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MIf fAe people know the truth and the countryi U $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
TL Panama 2-M75
PANAMA R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958
THE PANAMA government is
reportedly seeking a loan of ap approximately
proximately approximately $30,000,000 in the
uinictor rir Gilberto
Arias and Comptroller General
Dnturtn Wenrtpmatte left for the
U.S. last week with instructions to
negotiate the loan, if possible, ac according
cording according to published reports.
However, there has been no of official
ficial official word concerning the mission
of the two officials in the United
The tabloid daily La Hora pre predicted
dicted predicted today that local opposition
political groups will form them themselves
selves themselves into a third party as soon
as the new cedulas have been is issued.
sued. issued. .
Some newspapers today earned
facsimiles of the application
blanks for new cedulas, which witt
distributed starting Monday ai
le Civil Registry.
Attorney General Hermogenes de
la Rosa has ordered the Secret
Police to investigate a charge that
the late President Jose A. Remon
Was assassinated by the interna international
tional international Mafia (Black Hand) organ organisation.
The charge was -made by Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan President-elect Manuel
Ydigoras Fuentes to Stanley Ross,
elitor of the Spanish language
Diario de NfieVa York, during an
interview, and echoed by a local
r.rirw fflhTcho) de la Ouarm, a
brother-of President Ernest de la
Guardfa Jr., and Emanuel Verga Verga-ra
ra Verga-ra are to be named as director
and assistant director of the new
Housing Institute recently created
by the National Assembly.
Chico de la Guardia presently is
director of the Urbanization De Department
partment Department of the Institute for Econ Economic
omic Economic Development, and Vergara is
chief engineer of the same outfit.
Breaker Gels Year
i For breaking into' the display
window of the Rainbow City Com Commissary
missary Commissary last December, a youth
rt(rtri was 8611-
tenced in the Cristobal Division of
the U.S. District Court to spena
one year in Jail.
In addition, an earlier probation
Was revoked, and the defendant,
ex-convict George L. Ashby, age
16, will have to spend an addition additional
al additional vpar in iafl.
Ashby, a resident of Rainbow
City threw rocks into the window
nf the commissary on the night of
rpr 13. together with another
youth. They took two boxes of
'Shirts which were on display, ana
sold them the same night to a taxi
driver and a Chinese merchant.
The Panama Secret Pplice pick picked
ed picked up the shirts from thje purchas purchasers
ers purchasers who identified the vendors
through the rogues' gallery file in
Ashby 's accomplice in the bur bur-lrv
lrv bur-lrv was Alexander White. Jr.
who entered a plea of glUTty, and
Is still on parole, alter Having jeen
placed on one year probation.
Dade Will Hea'd
CZ Joini Crusade
Philip L. Dade, Chief of Civil De Defense,
fense, Defense, has been appointed Feder
al Area Chairman of the Joint Cru Crusade
sade Crusade Campaign now underway a
mong federal employes in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
The appointment was made in a
letter received by Dade yesterday
! ,1 T W WTMIi Y, 1 r.
rom vvaiier wmiams, uncier oec oec-retary
retary oec-retary of Commerce of the United
States, who is the National Chair
man of the Federal Service.. Joint
Crusade. Dade was nominated by
Lt. Governor Arnold.
Two agencies are participating
in the Joint Crusade Campaign:
the Crusade for Freedom and the
CARE Food Crusade.
Williams, as National Chairman,
ts assisted by more than 200 Fed Federal
eral Federal Area Chairmen, all full-time
employes of the federal govern government
ment government throughout the nation.
They provide volunteer local
' iership and direction io the
Crusade Campaign. In addi addi-i
i addi-i j:i he is assisted by the combined
field staff's of Crusade for Freedom
said today that classified Federal workers in the Canal
Zone would be entitled to the pay raise voted by the Sen Senate
ate Senate late last night, but that it appeared the pilots, as well
as so-called blue collar workers and others especially em employed
ployed employed would nqt.
The pay raise bill as it passed the Senate provided
for a little better than a 7.0 percent increase for classified
Federal. employes, but there is still no assurance that the
bill will finish Congress in this form.
But It must still be approved
by the House, and it is indirectly
linked with the debate over the
general postal pay raise bill and
tne increase m postal rates, so
that the outcome remains uncer
There was 110 specific men mention
tion mention of Canal Zone workers In
(If passed, about 39OQ classified
employes In the Canal Zone will
receive the Civil Service pay in increases,
creases, increases, according to Rufus M
Lovelady, national vice-president
New, Bigger (Z
Going On Sale
Th nw rpviaprl Panama fannl
telephone directory for 1058 will
be distribute! to suhrribprx and
be pUea on sale to an 0 t h er s
next week, it hat been announced
by the Communications Branch,
Thp mainr rhanup in the tain.
phone directory flus year is an
increase in the page size, from
6 by 9t inches for old directories
to 8 ty iovi inches. This makes
wv uuvvvvij UIU1U1 111 HI a c
with those issued by the Armed
The large size Dermits Hip. list
ine of the Drivato tplpnhnnp num.
bers in double columns on each
Base which imorovps thp rparinhi.
lity of this section. Another new
ieaiure is iits inclusion pi a map
section in tlie back of the hook
shoowing the various own sites
in the Canal Zone together with
street names and house .lumbers.
Thp nrpahizatir.nal erHnn nUp.
ed yellow, this year is listed 'first
in the new book; the residence
teiepnone section, colored 'white,
comes second; and the commer
cial interests settiwo, colored
Breen is third
Other changes rlreadv adopted
by both the, Armed forces and
the Panama Canal Co. in the J957
directories include a unrf'orm me
thod of listing emprppnrv nniS.
bers; dialing jnsturetion oc the
inside of the front cover; abbre abbreviations:
viations: abbreviations: Dafgp tittincr- taH nf
Sontents and the tiling arrange
lent of ?ecfi-ms.
'mrii JMM HI
PLENTY TO TALK ABOUT Airman Donald C. Farrell didnt
enjoy his seven days in a small space chamber at Randolph
Air Force Base" nearly as much as being shut up in a phone
booth with his girl, Jo Ann Borden, of Niagara Falls, N.X N.X-Farrell
Farrell N.X-Farrell had flown to New York to appear on a television show,
, and Jo Ann was a surprise guest.
(UP) Congressional aide
of the American Federation of
includes at least 125 non-citizen
employes on civil service rolls of
uie uuuipuny-uuyernmeni orga
Stations To Be
Set Un In Zone
For Polio Shots
Next month special vaccination
stations will again be-set up to
give Canal employes an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to obtain inoculations against
paralytic poliomyelitis, it has
been announced by the Health
While these temporary stations
will be established primarily to
administer me third injection to
the iter tttri fhrtoyn r!:o
obtained their first and second
lniectiens at the special stations
let up last ;lu!y and rAtteuest, a-
ny employe or dependent who has
not already done so may initiate
the series at this time. The sta stations
tions stations will n gain be established tn
the Administration Building and
the Industrial Division, areas m
Cristobal and Balboa..
i 1 1 i :" "'V
Since a period of at ; least sev
en months must elapse between
the second and third inoculation,
the last of the scries of three,
required for adequate protection
against polio, will come due in
April for those who received their
second injection in August.
The vaccination stations will be
fcllrup primarily for the conveni convenience
ence convenience of the employes in the spe-,
ciffij areas although employes in
other awsas and dependents may
also obtain the injections. The
Salk vaccine may Ve obtained at
any time at cither Coco Solo or
Gbr'gas Hospitals or at any of Uie
community aid stations.
The injections are being given
free of charge to adults through
the Canil -'one Chapter of the
National Fwmdjtioh ol Infantile
Paralysis and to children under
the provisions of the Poliomyelitis
vaccination Asiiststvce Act.
NfVAJO BITES THE DUST Those sequence photos show a
Navajo guided mWslle Wasting ofLaa; it lwMhln-pa4 at at-Cape
Cape at-Cape Canaveral, Flft. and eaploimi aftr fbelng in flight for
. less than half a minute. The Air Force laid the engine cut
off prematurely after 20 seconds ojf flight and the range
safety officer had to push the "destruct" button.
USAF Gets Minuteman ICBM Job,
Told To Think About Polaris
WASHINGTON, March l-(UP)
TV, Aii- Vnrro tiwtav nndprtook
nit j." .
to develop the new "Minuteraan"
America's first 5000-mile solid-fnel
intercontinental ballistic missile
Th ripfpnse Denartmen t late
,,..trHv Hisr-1npd that the Air
JfClTI.CAW J .......
Force had been ordered to handle
the historic Minuteman assign-
ment. tt sam missile cmei wimani
H. Holaday Issued the directive
uni..v in tniH the Air Force
rfpvplnnmpnt of llQUld pro-
pellants to replace the present
U UUU" VV
tricky uquw oxygen ior use m me
coming Titan ICBM and future
long and short range missiles.
The Air Force was firmly in-
trurted to "consider the use" of
the Navy's new Polaris solid-fuel
1500-mile rocket as a successor to
Damage Feb. 13
RICHLAND. Wash. (UP) -The
Atomic Energy Commission said
today a fast chemical reaction inj
a proceaslng cell at tne naniora
Atomic Works here Feb. 13
caused between $75,000 and $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 damage:
The AEC said the damage ap appeared
peared appeared to be minor and at first
was thought to have been caused
by a brdken steam line. There
were no workers injured, the AEC
said, nor was, there any radioac radioactive
tive radioactive contamination.
By DOC QUIGG
NEW YORK, March l-(UP)-r
Americans are the world's great greatest
est greatest merchandisers, and the con constant
stant constant struggle of industry to re repackage
package repackage and rebuild its product in into
to into a new image of worth every 20
minutes is Wondrous to behold.
A recent review in this column
on push-button cans and squeeze
bottles drew some blithe comment
fro ma big man in toothpaste a a-bout
bout a-bout the joys and brainstorms of
that valuable business.
"The toothpaste industry Is
great fun," he said. 'Somebody
sold that leading medical journal,
the Readers Digest, an article on
ammonium ion as a great tooth tooth-saver.
saver. tooth-saver. So all of us in the man
the liquidauel Thor intermediate
range ballistic missile (IRBM)
The services have been working
for some time on solid-fuel rockets
with short and intermediate rang ranges.
es. ranges. But the Minuteman program is
the first announced for developing
a 5000-mile missile with solid pro
At Cape-Canaveral, Fla., yester
day, the Air Force fired a Thor
carrying the blunt nose cone it
could use to deliver nuclear de
struction from space.
The new nose cone, attached to
the Thor for the first time, would
permit tite missile's warhead to
descend through the atmosphere
from hundreds of miles above
without damage from air friction.
Thatcher Ferry, which has
been out of operation for repairs
since early in January, will re
sume service tomorrow at 6 a.m
It was aanounced by the Naviga
tion Division. The service win De
resumed on regular scneauies.
The repairs were done by the
Maintenance Division forces on
a 24-hour basis.
The work included the over
haul oL both ferry ramps and
Lthe reaecklne of the east ramp
One of the principal phases or
the wbnf was the replacement or
fender filing at both slips.
Durine the time that the fer
rv was elosed. all vehicular traf
fic was routed over Miraflores
ufacturing business had to rush
out an ammonium ion toothpaste
whether df not our research
showed it did or did not help the
"Tbep another writer sold the
rt i J '-wn : i
saiuroay javening rose a piece
revealhtg that chlorophyll rea'ly
tn f.tvK nninnlniid inMnnlinnf Cn
we all had to come out with a
i. , i, i .1 1 1 .i
cniuropnyir paste, c a 1 1 e u ine
greens" in the trade.
"Then the press discovered a
utue town in Texas where nobody
had any cavities. The answer:
They had fluorides in the reser
voir. So we all bought a litt e
fluoride and stuck it in the pub public
lic public demanded it. This fad lasted
a couple of months.
WASHINGTON, March l-(UP)
Russia has agreed to a foreign
ministers meeting and U.S. offi
cials said todav "this is a honeful
sign" an East-West summit con
ference eventually can be arrang
Their cautious comment was
made as Soviet Ambassador Mik Mikhail
hail Mikhail Meshikov said that it would be
"easy" to work out arrangements
for a summit conference once it
was agreed that one should he
Russia's surprising reversal of
its previous refusal to consider a
meeting nf fnrpirrn mtnisfaro Ko.
O -" "O "ItllUIlV, O Wl.
fore a summit confprpnop wna nn.
nounced by the Foreign Minister
Officials here said the "same
general idea" was expressed by
the Russians in a note handed to
U.S. Ambassador Llewellyn E.
Thompson Jr.. in Mospnw
They described the latest Soviet
position as a "hopeful sign" and a
'steD forward" in Fa
uauons on tne summit issue.
!e! For WMwdav
At Balboa Heiphfs
A customers forum has been
sc(necwieci from 7 o clock next
Wedoertay wight to th; hftapd
room of the Adminiitratfon Rmld
mg at Balboa Height by officials
of the Supply and Community
This is a quarterly meeting ofJ
Dureau representatives with repre
entatives of various civic and
women's organizations in the U.S.
rate communities. Quarterly fo
rums are also held for represen
tatives of the Latin American
towns in the Zone.
According to an announcement
by L.A. Ferguson, supply tnd
community service director, the
meeting Wednesday night will be
largely devoted to the presents
tion of new merchandise Whole
sale managers for shoes, drygoods
cold storage, housewares, and
groceries will attend the forum
to discuss 'ires of new merchan
dise being offered tn the retail
In addition to this feature, as
decided at the previous forum,
there will be a review jf ques
tions raised by organization repre
sentatives at the previous forum
Ties Heat Record
With 96 Degrees
The Pacific side continued to
have relatively comfortable veih
er yesterday but the alltrme hieh
temperature for February whs be
mg neo elsewhere.
The Madden Dam mcteorologic
al station reported a top temper
ature of 96 degrees yesterday aft
ernoon, tying the former record.
Two February records were bro
ken Thursday on the Atlantic
side when Cristobal reported a
high of 02. degrees, and- th" ther thermometer
mometer thermometer soared to 94 degrees at
Slightly lower temperatures
were reported on the Atlantic
side yesterday with maximums of
85 at Cristobal, and 92 at Gatun.
The top temperature at Balboa
Heights yesterday was 87 degrees
and that was tempered by a cooi
hreeze from the Pacific.
Salesmanship and Bombs
"Now you can't sell ammonium
iron or chlorophyll or fluoride,
just as we suspected. This makes
it easier for the druggist too be because
cause because he doesn't have to carry
four variations of each brand. But
lately there has been a dearth of
lay articles on new ingredients to
excite the public. Gue3s the wri' wri'-ers
ers wri'-ers have turned their attention to
"The result was, the consumer
having returned to the white
toothpastes, things got prettv dull
I can tell you. So we thought
about packaging . some of the
boys now are going in for bombs
"These are great fun. Give a
child a bomb and the little darling
can have a great deal of innocent
76 Of Them Win
$3387 Each In
Panama Canal nilnrc will
U5 as a result of rher suit
vwmpuny rur overnme and travel compensation.
A final ordor entered yesterday in U.S. District Court
directed that Capt. Robert F. Boyd, and 75 additional
pitot$ recover the sum of $3,387.08 each in a suit which
sought to recover overtime and travel compensation al allegedly
legedly allegedly due them since July 1, 1951.
In addition, the erder stipulated that from now on
all travell time will be calculated as work time.
Although the award is far under the $28,250 com compensation
pensation compensation originally sought by each man, there are cer certain
tain certain beneficial principles they will receive as a result of
The final order, entered in ac accordance
cordance accordance with an opinion issued
by the pourt on Jan. 10, 195S,
concludes a lengthy and volum voluminous
inous voluminous case which was originally
filed alrhost four years ago.
In issuing the order Judge
Guthrie f. Crowe also ruled that
the attorneys for the plaintiffs,
Charles E. Ramirez, Woodrow de
Castro and William S. Tyson
have "worked diligently and
W'r "for o:tfcree-and-on4
half years in this action to thef
benefit of the pilots, and are!
justly entitled to one-third of
the judgment awarded each
member of the class.
Part of the order follows:
Now therefore, In accord accordance
ance accordance with its decision of January
10, 1958, and in accordance with
the aforementioned considera
tions, it is hereby
ordered, certilted, decreed and
adjudged as follows:
1. (a) That Robert F. Boyd is
the representative plaintiff rep representing
resenting representing the interests of all
members of the class of Panama
Canal pilots; and
(b) That the above-entitled
action is a representative action
within the meaning of section
138, title 4, of the Canal zone
2. That plaintiffsWe not enti entitled
tled entitled to recover any amounts un under
der under Section 202(8) of the Classi Classification
fication Classification Act Of 1949, 5 U.S.C. 1082
(8), as that statutory provision
does not apply to them.
3. That sections 102(d) and 606
of the Federal Employees Pay
Act or 1945, as amended, 5 u.s.c.
902(d), 946, do not apply to
4. (a) mat piainuns are and
since July 1, 1951. have been sub subject
ject subject to the provisions of Sections
102(c) ana 205 (iormeny section
otn k nan onooi 011 ni fh
Federal Employees Pay Act of
1945, 59 Stat. 296. 297. as amend
ed, 5 U.S.C. Sec. 901 et seq.;
(6) That plaintiffs under the
Drovisions of Sec. 205 (formerly
Sec. 203) of the Federal Em
ployees Pay Act of 1945, 5 U.S.C.
913, shall recover from defend defendant
ant defendant overtime compensation at
time and one-half their basic
rates of pay for all hours work worked
ed worked in excess of forty in each
workweek since July 1, 1951;
(c) That plaintiffs under the
provisions of Sec. 205 (former (formerly
ly (formerly Sec. 203) of the Federal Em Employees
ployees Employees Pay Act of 1945, 5
U.S.C. 913, are eptitled since
July 1, 1951, to have included
as hours worked and shall re recover
cover recover compensation for ail
time spent in travel either in
going away from their home
station preceding a transit or
partial transit of a vessel
amusement. The best of them wi
squirt 10 feet. Then you whale the
hell out of the brat.
"Confidentially and don't tell
the Blatnik committee about this
we're working on a 20-gallon
tank filled with toothpaste. This
fits on the outside of the house
and a hose runs into the bath
"You simply hold your brush
under the hose, turn it on and
there you are. Our service wagons
deliver the tank! as they are
needed. We are also setting up a
home service so you can send
your teeth in to us and, we will
e'ean and return them, painted in
stripes or any design you may
specify. One day service if you
call before 8 a.m."
K nriiv;nH toct
'"VVIIIIIJJ VI IU1UI Ul
against the Panama Canal
i5?Ufh lhe Psnana Canal or
t on after transiting or par-
r m CanU' when h
iJtl, i u me 0ccwe after the
lortieth hour of work in their
workdevk?r ring their non-
.1. accordan?e with
the travel time allowance or
iu Wrr'S i"fffHl Wwce. es-
In g! YLtZT1,-
(d) That thetand b"' or
V ?Ct lin Is not allowable,
and defnses of laches
ffdJgffir Me not availabl
fen'rirnff paents made by de de-nprwPf
nprwPf de-nprwPf ? ?laintis during the
Period in Issue shall not be used
as a set-off or credit Tgainst S
compensation f0und Xe pll
work time and travel time' (al (al-owance)
owance) (al-owance) did not amount to o -ty
hours exclusive of work on
shall be set off against travel
nl?intfC,0mp!n5ai.lon de such
plaintiff under this Court's deci decision
sion decision for travel time occurring on
weekn"WOrkday ln hat rk-
iiibij.hat monty pld eah
ove i Mm"" JU,y 1951'
overtime compensation for
work m excess of forty hours
in a week in accordance with
re Prescribed by Section
201 of the Federal Employees
Pay Act of 1945, shall be set
off against overtime compen compensation
sation compensation due such plaintiff under
fSiniS.of that fk
(O That where straight-tima
compensation has been paid to a
plaintiff since July i 1951 for
hours Worked in excess of forty
in a week and such hours under
Section 205 of the Federal Em Employees
ployees Employees Pay Act of 1945 are com compensable
pensable compensable at time and one-half,
such straight-time payments can
be set off against the time and
pTalntfff compensation due such
,7- That, the money amount due
plaintiff Robert F. Boyd from
J"ly 1. 1951 to October 5, 1957,
under the terms of this decision
and of this order, certification,
decree and judgment, is $3,387.08
with interest at six per cent
i6J irom date of Judgment.
. Th'-it, In accordance with
Rule 54(b) of the Federal Rules
of Civil Procedure, this Court
certifies that there is no just
reason for delay in the entry
of judgment for representative
plaintiff Boyd in advance of
the computation of the monev
amounts due other members of
, the class under cash of their
several claims, and the Clerk
of Court Is therefore hereby
expressly directed to enter enter-judgment
judgment enter-judgment on behalf of plain plaintiff
tiff plaintiff Boyd m the afore-men-t'oned
0. That execution under said
iudgment for plaintiff Boyd and
the computation, entry of iudir-
ment and issuance of execution
9ft amounts due other members
of the class be stayed until:
ia) Expiration of the sixty sixty-days
days sixty-days period permitted for appeal,
If nb appeal is taken, o1-
fb) If an rppcal is M:en. ter-
mlwtiori of the appeal and re
ceiDt of the mandate from in
Court of Appeals for the Fifth
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OLD SOLDIER SOUNDS OFF
r. K.nr a ardent reader ol the mail
"." rM,;' ;parnff vmir Oh so witty poem
bpx I couio iy p "wTf TrVtikA me lone either to
r t could na;
-Snze voUr are also a sympathizer with Sleepless. Good lor
ffi, fV a such crumbs the two of you have a predeter-
JXS'JTSi fhatt'Secessary to wrije th,
. 1..wo.1rt! .il L ot that vou aroused my coloied blood
aaA a a nerson. AS a memoer ui a v r
By VICTOR RIISIL
Behind the civil wir now divid dividing
ing dividing that once perfect bi-partisan
union known at the McCltllan
racket-busting committee, is the
belief that the million dollar Sen
ate probe has only 10 months to
There are forces on both aides
which are saying they'd like to
wind up the anti-corruption cam
paign by the end of the year and
fight for laws to stop the looting
It is also pointed out that there
are three Senators who must go
back home and campaign for re reelection
election reelection before them. They are
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona
sen. irvmg lves 01 rew iom anu
Sen. John Kennedy of Massachu
setts. If they do what comes nat
urally to political leaders, they'll
have to be away from committee
hearings throughout most of the
summer and early fall.
This would leave five Senators
sitting on some mighty edgy is
sues and chairs, xnese live are
not above the political battle and
will also want to go out and dig
up votes for their party. So, as
the election draws closer, nerves
will be more taut.
It takes no psychiatric insight
to understand how Sen. Goldwa Goldwa-ter's
ter's Goldwa-ter's GOP colleagues on the com committee
mittee committee will feel when the Arizona
labor leaders begin to pour the
heat on in an effort to drive him
irqm office. Nor is it difficult to
iinrierxtand how Democratic Sen.
Pat McNamara, himself out of
the old AFL construction trades
unions, will feel as other labor
men are pu on the witness chair
during the coming c a m p a i g
" " .7 .." JU 14
ypu termed it, and I am giaa tnat ,o .
t a m an American uuc wuu ww.-w
life I brieve mthe Constitution of the United fltatesand all
IS!! .Jl w t m firm believer in the "everyday fact
that til men ar created equal, and though I know I can never
SSvinceTne such as you of thi. fact I hate to think that one
such as you, a carrier of American Ideas and customs, has the
ottportunity to warp tne mums ui umiw. .,...
, i,i., .,,mpH that, vou are a white American
wMyPinr r onetime no one would.begin the color thing
T.'TS.l wi.nt tv.n.mh it. hAA At. one time or another pos-
an AmarlcHns nere on tne we cuuia
Ybu are of the type who has caused hatred in all corners oi
iL" rr,, have been. Those signs "Go home
X "American take off.' etc., race haters such as you have
ciused Uncle's good dollars. m
Do you know what you are or do you Just think that you
know? wnitei wo. mere is ui.n r- r v.
... t.. av a freak of nature, as same as thera is no
such thing as a colored race. People are natural and thlng
else. Just what God willed them to be, after -his own image l
.a imair. that horv in vnru home town you had a white uoq
and a Black God and a railroad in between. I eantfutWully
a int. ahmit. vnn in a few words you told tha popula
tion here about just what you really its. The type Airierlcan
no one really wants around for, eventually, you will attempt to
poison tne populace wn your iui.cu wmguv.
v nitoht and Dav. vou are a real corker. You and your
thoughts of superiority. Let me relate something to you, some
thing that I realize win not neip you ior yyu j
hut mavha a vnunc one of vour kind may read it and think it
over and turn out some day to be a good brdtlrtJ-loVlng human
being, if nothing else. v
When I was younger and growing up, one day it dawnea
nnn m t wasn't, the color of each, and everyone that I met.
Being curious as children will be, I asked my mother: Why iS
my friend of one color and I of another? Why aren't we the
satne in that respect? I can beat him; swiro iajther than he
aid even out run him. Why then?" (At that time i felt the
deeds a boy could perform or the fights he could win made him
superior as so many people still feel today.)
. ; My answers were given this way. "Son, some flowers are
red other yellow, purple and still some are blue. They range
through all colors. They are planted on God's earth and in
u'anH if niantaii Wether thev crow that way. People are the
same. It does not particularly make any one flower better, than
m .. . juj.UMt tu. TamI .a!l 'tUaea
tle otner, inougn some say umeiem., iw uc jvi am uv
are my flowers.'"
Kow. it eould have been, that the yellow flower envied the
blue or vice versa but still they are God's flowers and neither
hid any control, from the day it was just pollen until the day
itwas a bloom, as to what color it was to btv That was under
all. .MMt.nU nvaSWaii maat.ar than vhA noun Mr. Nlffht
Day, can't you see that you could haveflRlfl? the one dps
if; God had willed Us? W:-W
one more xaci, men i snan gu. mai uuiuicu jrw -Ar.ma f the
A,n H-h t .m nrnnrt to he a Dart of. i? real vl ed orobes. But the drama ot me
- r---- uu" L. ... r.f mrrnr. violence, 1001
Duiiaine up. maims m jruu um "ui mo rv tJvr -- p
rce that you ate so proud of Is, shall I say, "fading oit."
If you do not believe me, just take a few moments of time
nd look around you. Listen and heed me well, you are on a
sinking ship, It Is so written in the stars that the dark will
come to light. Foreigners are greedy for American money and
Ideas. But any one of then will ten you, your way o: living
j With people like you writing junk like that poem, I know
iu were proud of, I'll expect to see a sign atop of Mirafiores
iks one of theses days saying -reoei go home.
Believe me. dad. and take it from a old soldier, your ideas
and way of living were fought over and died with tne great
American Civil War. So remember this, slingshot, then is a
pretty flower, a. ugly flower, flowers of color and rotten-egg
M. B. H s
Thus you have the basis for
the conflict which cut into, the
committee's effectiveness thi
Dast week. The issue, according
in some insiders, went deeper
than when Walter Reuther and
Hterbert V. Kohler would be sworn
in. The issue was the Republican
bloc's challenge to the authority
of Chairman John McClellan.
As oresidina Senator, he al
ways had the right to set tne
hearing and call witnesses. The
four Republicans have had, and
stUl nave, me nsi" lu
to just not show up.
. t.t -mm J
WMt tht K.pUBIIii. mtm
wying, ,in et. Is that they
want the- eommitto. to prob.
beyond th. rackets. By r.fuaing
to go along on th.i Reuther.
Kohltr sehodul. first sot by
Chairman McClolUn, the Rosb Rosb-licans
licans Rosb-licans wore serving notice that
they want to sot other schedules
. .thar dramas.
c.a r.iriwater. for example, for
some time now has wanted the
committee to look into labor s po po-litical
litical po-litical contributions, mass picket picket-in.
in. picket-in. secondary boycotts, picket picket-Neither
Neither picket-Neither Sen. McClelland nor his
W-burly of industrial war.
line violence and the general hur
crusading committee counselor.
Bob Kennedy, nave attempted to
steer clear of these aynanuw-v
Walter Winchell In New York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Laurence Olivier is on the
Transatlantalk phone to Vivien
Leigh almost day-and-night, ac according
cording according to. members of "The En Entertainer"
tertainer" Entertainer" troupe. .Sherry Brit Brit-ton,
ton, Brit-ton, star stripteuse (estranged
from her groom), has a hand handsome
some handsome (young) pursuitor in million millionaire
aire millionaire Onassis' nevview Peter. .
To the thief who burgled Mrs.
iBennett Ceif's gems at a swwik
Florida hotel: The gold butterfly
(green enamel over gold and a
few pearls) is a sentrhiental
thing. Please return to WW (at
the Roney Plaza Hotel) and no
questions asked. .Marie McDon McDonald
ald McDonald was showing her load of
gems to Mrs. Richard Rodgers.
All fiifts from Harry Karl "(weal
thy Coast shoemaker), from whom
she's having a pnffftuauon ior
the steenth time. .Marie qmp qmp-nerl:
nerl: qmp-nerl: "There's no business like
Tuesday eve'g. Many spots are greed to a melting. She
expected to fold. .Rock Hudson portedly conferring with
Truman, holding old hone week
with friends in Washington, told
about his protocol problems when
he dedicated bis library m Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. "I had the ex-President of the
United States, Mr. Hoover, as my
guest," he explained. "I also bad
the Speaker of the House ol Re
presentatives, the majority leader
of the Senate, the minority lead
er oi tne House.
And 1 didn't knew what nrecc-
dence to give them or how to
handle them. So I wrote Mrs.
Helm and asked what I should
He referred to Mrs. Edith
Helm, social secretary and arbi
ter of the White House during the
"What do you suppose she wrote
back to me?" continued Mr. Tru Truman.
man. Truman. "She said, 'You never paid
any attention to protocol while
you were Psident, why should you
worry about it now?"
The Teamsters Union won't have
to worry now .about letting Dave
Beck live in his swank Seattle
home which he once sold to tne
union for $60,000 but wants to
continue occupying. Beck will now
live in the "big house" as the
guest of Washington State.. .Pres .President
ident .President Eisenhower was beverage
neutral during his bridge-playing
marathon in Georsia. His partner s
were Ellis Slater, former head oi
Frankfort Distillers, a whisxy man,
and William E. Robinson, head
oT Coca-Cola, a soft -drink man.
. .The Democrat who is going to
run against Congressman. Hesei Hesei-ton,
ton, Hesei-ton, Massachusetts Republican, fol following
lowing following his attempts to hush up
the TV investigation, is Dr. James
Burns, Williams College professor
and author of the famous book on
FDR, "Roosevelt: The Lion and
The Fox ".
Betty. Beale, vivacious, society
columnist who usually writes in-
Since the war Dr. Ceooelinia
has progressed from a sergeant
and a prisoner to' being one of
the foremost doctors of Italy.
uae ur. sneDa, be too is a blood
specialist and was greatly inter interested
ested interested in Dr. Sheba's plan to fur
tber search the' blood traits of the
The ex -war prisoner and hit
former captor will research togeth
and Lauren Bacall luncheoned at ters. All happened last week.
Romeo Salta's, chaperoned by the Actress June Lockhart (unwinding
Henry Fondas. .Her chums say
that when Mrs. Dan Topping gets
her divorce from the Yankee'
harrisside society for the Washington
Star, has written 'inside George Georgetown"
town" Georgetown" for Esquire Magazine now
frnm hii hushnnrii anri John on the stanos. . .some memoers
Lindsay are as breathless as a of the Harris Committee are cy
Palm Beachcomber tooir; "A" is
that Mrs. Itorjfrio Rubirosa
Smirnoff vodkatini. (End of plug,
again send a Case of HO. . .Current
quip about our favorite pinch-hit
landlord she may try it
with a member of the wealthy
Widener elm. .The next Win
chell national television tally wiil prefer Chinese girls?"
appear in t few days.
ing possible perjury charges a
sainst Perrine Palmer, Jr., ex
Mayor of Miami, who asked
Don't-lnvito-te-A n y ShoohVg
Gallery: Milton Berle and agent
Mickey Shaw. Large pnewo
'They do his laundry !"... Gin Ginger
ger Ginger Rogers Hind her New York Ci City
ty City beaumance (Dr. Paul Schnie-
der) are Vegas coosome, it sez
Cona chief Julie Podell and Ben km, .The Spike Joneses (love
Maksik, owner .of .Town ..and jly Helen' Grayco) expect their
Country. .Gwen Verdon C t h e ijttle tack in July. . .Francoise
"New Girl In Town" star) N Yofk (r1lkc
Tab Hunter. She t reportedly dis-l .J T T1
UPointod that Tab was "loom--
4. ha har laid no. man in a tuck
er. .Norman Mailer, the slay slay-wirhgt,
wirhgt, slay-wirhgt, and Grace ("Peten
(Pisco") Motalious. Ho blested
her in a toevoo Interview . .Lou
Walters' Cafe de Pris governor
Max Solotte end Harry Specter
of th. Miami Latin Q. .Den't w-
A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
At last the real problem has been aired. It's aoout time
that somebody has brought out in the open the horrible situa situation
tion situation that exists in the Balboa Junior High School.
i What I cannot understand is why the administration Is so
quick to ask for and get money for an ROTC building, and so
loath to fight for a junior high school that would meet normal
standards of heaith and sanitation.
Perhaps the ROTC thing is being pushed by the military,
biit it certainly is unfair to have hundreds of children packed
Lite sardines into sub-standard classrooms with a hot tin roof
overhead in this climate.
The woman who spoke up at the Diablo Town Meeting was
' absolutely correct in presenting the case of the crumm school
building, and many of us listening wondered how Henry Dono Dono-vajn
vajn Dono-vajn could be so calm in announcing that next year things
would not be better, but possibly worse. Perhaps he has no chil children
dren children attending school in that building or he certainly could not
remain calm about such outrageous conditions.
j The students who have several classes In the high school
building must run out in the rain up three flights of steps and
across an enitre building sometimes all in the space of seven
or) eight minutes.
; Then they send circulars urging us to take care of our chil children,
dren, children, to prevent overheating, overfatigue, etc.. because of the
increase In respiratory Infections.
Where, Is Justice?
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
! Had two of Franks nephews air cubs at Lacklani for
8u nday dinner ana a long drive which didn't do my eyes any
go)d, though they have shown a marked improvement in the
uu t week.
J Prom what I hear on the radio, half the labor in the coun country
try country is unemployed, and the rest to follow soon.
; ,"ltn satellites, it's all luck; and one is likely and one is
Uafly to get away and hit us any time.
I Political tongues are beginning to wobble, and it seems the
Democrats have found a man in Lyndon Johnson. He claims. he
ijfctn't want it, and prefers his senatorial role. But I see very
1 The job is too big for one man, but there is a slew of good
aoviaers available. jliat.
J t?ljld fJ1. lot 5 St of my wasn't for the
cigarette advertisers fHag xkkr products.
When I was a boy, a boylbout my age tried :o get m to
pJt one of them in my mouth. 1 refused. And he has been
dd for fifty years, and still I haven't put one in my mouth.
We called them "cofflr. tacks," and I still consider them the
cahcer bug's best friend. We know they promote run cancer
una io orea5L cancer ui women.
ing and disdain for the r-ma-fill
have kept th. estigatori
busy and eager to spotlight the
At the moment, investigators
PWUrielDhia. Chicago and
points west have reports piling up
r . .. r ...u.t lum to ne
which can wr
, t in mnrs nl'OheS. I lie u
ai least i .- ---- m,
which was originally set for a
one week hearmg, got a three
week aUg. And its Philadelphia
CWcago units are still on the
weeks, could run weU over a
mTh?'ioint then, is what hits
J'spoffit first." The GOP bloc
SO mucu vl ij-ui fnr
decided it would make a fight .to
it nmhers. too. mis mey
Ortile Rhdrn) IS la Wathlnatan. D.C., MXS 9T'
. KtA.fAn plarpss mi fliPV al- snmmirt PmWx Grant and Willi
lege, whenever Her renowuea wou cons'rr to tne anw
merely sez "hullo" to any pretty I .. .Lou.Ha Para.ni
fare. .Actress tieraiftinc moons u.eht. . .Tanuian
ter: "Why does Lee Mortimer j pointedly whether there was a
Answer: wire recoruing inaue ui mo am-
ments to Congressional investi investigators.
gators. investigators. Informed that there was
not, he proceeded to backtmck
on what he had told investigators.
One investigator who interviewed
him was Oliver Eastland, nephew
of the Senator from Mississippi,
a highly competent prober.
KINDNESS PAYS OFF
You eon never tell when a
eood deed is going to come home
to i-odst; or so Dr. Haim Sheba,
famed Israel medical expert, touna
when he visited New York tlio
Dr. Sheba. 'director of the Tel
Tel Hashomer Hospital in Tel A
vlv, has been working on some
fascinatine blood history which
eoes back to the lost tribes of Is
rael. When he asked funds trom
and Sieve Aliens tow v igaier
Herb Sargent middle-aisle March
a Bervl Tow.nn
at "Bells". y she does tne mg cna cna-pha.cha
pha.cha cna-pha.cha number). vj3 fitted i'h
a huge diamond betrothal ring ngeR. to the some party."
fmm Dr. Richard Bacnracn.
and emotress Joanne Lin
ville rezoomed at The Embers.
. ."Mrs. FDR" will be married
April., That's Mary Fickett,
Who plays Mrs. E: Roosevelt, in
the Ralph Bellamy smash hit,
"Sunrise at Camjpobello." (End of
eyebf w-lifler, tee-hee )
Members of the Ways and
Means committee, trying to figure
out what to do aoout cutting tax taxes,
es, taxes, pricked up their ears as Paul
Zirferen, Los Angeles Democratic
National Committeeman, told
"The only people who pay the
full tax rate toaay are the con
scientious or powerless."
Zifferen, contended that execu
fives who pay regular salaries
and workers who are paid regu
lar wages are subsidzing the Tex
"The idea that we have a pro'
greassive rate of taxation is only
a facade," Ziffren told th.em.
"Though our tax bracket goes
way up, actually the effective
tax rate averages only 28 per
''"This is because those in the
upper brackets can avoid taxes
through capital gains, through de
pletion allowances, and through
state and local bond issues which
are tax free.
Even (or those who make a mil
lion dollars or more per year, the
average tax collection is. only 50
per cent instead of around 90 per
cent as it should be.
"In 1956," continued Ziffren,
"the personal income of the Unit
ed States was $325 billion. But
the total tax collected on that was
only $32V4 billion as a result ot
the loopholes m our' tax laws."
Ziffren pointed out that all gjrts
of industries now have depletion
allowances. The oyster ai'd Cam
shell industries are permitted de depletion
pletion depletion allowances, just as the
oil, gas,- and coal industries. The
oil depletion allowance started ia
1918 with a 5V4 per cent allow,
ance for one year. It was increas
ed in 1927 up to" 27Vi per ixycA,
where it remains.
Ziffren advocated a bi-partisan
committee to s'udy taxes and
produce equality in taxation. Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen Eberharter of Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. Mills of Arkansas, and Kin?
of California, Democrats, seemed
to like the idea. Congressman
Reed, Republican of New York,
author of the present tax bill
which provides the loopholes, sat
stolidly, said nothing.
dancing star submits the
Booth. .Former showgirl wurqio
u.i..h who hat btautiful hands.
Mouse and Donald
vite Mickey Mouse and ponaia
N.Y.) -esurKed five bookies w t Tt,11,ff.ro 0nMltai. The
. evHenee wei base,! "iT";rThn.,Bht h
.It was a'tneriiof ov tk. ,..rnnnA hiit
WHS kCCLLllIK U1C iuuhiwhuu,
court .rc.r. .If hls
u wlretapsing will bo a
t time. .If the Higher
shortly thereafter Dr. Ceppelini, a
young and stocky ltaitan, nounc
7 -I into his hotel room.
dn't rovem mnV ?mV ..Don,t you remember me?" he
Berson will win fresdem. . .A
One of the smartest'spots in the The Errol Flyn proilv.wontBty. v t)uh (ntt far frtni
us sue. chaUeng-
ine the chairman. The aecioea
..V: t them -Walter
"tart wouldiave been a batm
aown wiv tc
... .. .ktn hv the
mittee will ciose v -y -j
land served only four dinners listBehy'tti but pals insist they've (- Manhattan) cost ,a fortune te o
-rn. It i anaaodly luauing rue
aAr ehox. .Tommy 5no)a
hit motor will swell in separate
apartments. He's a big bey, new.
. .Add twosomfts at the Broedway
m-omioro: Playwright Tenn. Wil Williams
liams Williams and hit thermos bottle. It
it 'r awdtd with bourb.n. .Jam
Ruttotl will Ht the Queen of the
oh Annual Teunment of Coif
Champ'.na at Wilbur Clerk's po-
WV.,V that the Com-
-weren't me leca th
S th7 new Senate committee
ing outer space.
h Senator, devoted as ne is
is known w vz- th
from the y f.
tant committee hearmgs at
by this year s end thejnvestiga
tion "ness that there ought
convince Congress vnai
va laws Just wnai i
w in't take com-
fort. There'll be lot f Jrame
before the curtain finally falls.
BIGHT LOSf LIVES
CALCAUTTA, Feb.' 28 (UP -ferry
capsized during a storm in
the river Brahmaputra near Gau Gau-hait
hait Gau-hait in Asam province yesterday.
Eight persons were missing and
feared dead. Twelve other per per-ssons
ssons per-ssons swam ashore, reports reach reaching
ing reaching here said. ....
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. .Bing, Bob and Wal'nr will s s-san
san s-san (he shew with a putting eon-
t.t. The Wtttr sank three forty
foot suttt on the Honey Plaza
green yesterday, to look out
Oopt, the Csl'm negtaterf to
lint the Miami Beach Cafe de
Paris George Matson. His caray caray-!ee
!ee caray-!ee nonsense is hilarious-Friendship
card from strip-star Evelyn
West: "Thanks for the mention,
mister. Want you to know that
following the plue In the Miami
tieraM. the 5 o'clock rh did
Saturday night hurfness Monday
and Tuesdav all niht". . Moss
fort 'tohiograohy lit ends on
the ruW the gret om e d y
smash. "Once In a I'etime." pr-
miered) will he oubUshH In '59
by Random House. .Attractive
mmnanta in ahmv ni whan
PeStgy 'llyan, a natural femme-
r"an, ult ler nirtner -"shand
fHay Mirfmald) on the Eden
Pee nodit'm,' "d neruade
r'nhje mles to ''o the old int
shoe with hot (which she tnh
es in 75 seconds). Tt is great fun
. .June Magee Wmche'l's hus
band may resume newscasts in
the near future, thanks to the
American Broadcasting Company
soonsors nermitting. .We mean
DetHu (which picked up our op option)
tion) option) must confer with a'l con concerned
cerned concerned to keen "The Wiuchell
File" sponsorship (If any) from
clashing, etc. .An embrace to
the many viewers and teevee
wirters for They Know What.
Dr. Shaba admitted he didn't.
"I was your prisoner," said
.-j nr. ueppenni. i was yum piio
n r' .... JL'a It.li.i.
er OI war. i w m uir hu
Army during the war. taken pris prisoner
oner prisoner by the British and sent to
Palestine where I served under
'vou. I was a sereeant and you
nlaod me in charge of one of
r A ... t ---111 M
your laDorarories i wi uw
forget your kindness to me and
to all the other Italian prisoners."
The first shots of the War
Between the States were fired
at Fort Sumter, in Charleston
I Harbor, by command Of a con con-j
j con-j federate officer who had been,
but a few months before, su superintendent
perintendent superintendent ot the United
state Military Academy at
West Point. He was Brig. Gen.i
Pierre G. T. Beauregard, a'
member of a wealthy and aris-j
tocratlc Louisiana family.
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IN A BRIEF CEREMONY at Gorgas Hospital, Dr. E. P. Shirokov (right) chief of Surgical
Service, Gorgas Hospital and chairman of the education subcommittee of the Canal Zone.
Cancer Committee, presented a number of training films and slides on cancer to the hospital
training officer, Maj. Robert' L. Hughes. Col. Norman H. Wiley (left), Hospital Diretrtos,
thanked Shirokov and stated that the films and slides are a priceless asset for advanced edu education
cation education of physicians on the Isthmus.
HOfctYWOOD (NEA Ex
Yours'! Bathing suits that
"movie dLq-ud eirh of
War; 31 have joined the
fleet. New whistle-bait
the space age ia shortie
. nightgowns. And I'm still in orbit
alter waicning- sniney J ones, in s
shortie, singing "I Haven't Cot a
Thing to Wear" in U-Ps "Never
Steal Anything Small:" Yup, the
same ail-American girl Shirley of
"Oklahoma!" Janet Leigh wiggles
into one for a new movie, too. And
when the South American hot ta-
i -male, Linda Cristal, wore a "shor "shores
es "shores tie" for a scene with Tony Curtis
? Jin "The Perfect Furlough," he
groaned to me:
'Only my mother will notice I'm
in the picture.1'
v si sHaw' ,! wj If' Hi
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AT A SURPRISE CEREMONY in the office of the Commanding
Officer of the 1st Battle Group, Col. Robert W. Garrett (right)
presented Sfc, Clarence A. Brown of Headquarters and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Co. with the "Driver of the Month Award." The award
Is a monthly presentation for the demonstration of safe driving
habits, courtesy to pedestrians and observance of traffic rules.
(U.S. Army Photo by SpS Joe Tomko)
TENNIS, ANYONE? E
Dickerson, Texas Poster Qirl,
plays her favorite game the
year "round on the courts ol
San Antonio. Our scouts tell ui
he wins most of, her game
too, as male opponents have i
tough time .keepjngtheir eye:
mi the balL ;
NO MYRTLE, "The Man who
Wouldn't Talk," a new movie, isn't
about Marlon Brando and his mar
riage to Anna Kashfi. The film
stars. Zsa Zsa Gabor.... Kirk
Douglas is plotting a new western
for himself. Adult? Natch. 'We'll
use older horses," he says "Too
Much, Too Soon," the Diana Bar
rymore biography, Daily Variety
reports, is back before the came
ras because "after a rough cut
screening, decision was reached to
expand Dorothy Malone's role of
Miss Barrymore." I'm not surpris
ted the studio wound up with "Too
Much" of Diana's pop, the late
John Barrymore as played by Er
rol Flynn. But getting lost in your
own filmbiography is something
nw, even in Hollywood.
NOW THAT HE'S free from his
NBC-TV contract, Roy Rogers is
plotting a new western show idea.
But the sauint-eved buckaroo will
continue to play himself and, 'We
will have singing in it, too."
But Roy ain't gonna compete
with all those adult western stars
He's quietly changed his billing
from "King of the Singing Cow
boys" to 'King of the Singing Cow
Not on Teleorompter: Matinee
Theater Director Albert McCleery
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Pifee-wianinj; Numbers In the Ordinary Drawing No. 2033, Sunday, February 23, J9S8
j 1116 whola tl(et has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" to "B" of 26 pieties each
First Prize 4368 $ 52,000.00
Second Prize 4705 $15, 60 0.0 0
m-y" Third Prize A AH c 7 nnn 7)0 &
mm ,a r w w r .. r
We. PtiiM No. Nw No. Mm No. Prise. No. Priaef No. Prim No. prim No. Priza. No. Mim
llS "' So 1?" is. on MM J' i?K" if!"4! B0M '"-OO 7068 188.00 8068 M.M 8068 IM.OO
1x68 168 00 2268 1S0 lit 1nS Hit JMS Ml !,. HMO 71M .IM.OO 8168 156.00 0168 156.00
1388 2800 00 2368 2600 On lm mm i8!2 156-00 II88. ?8 l"-00 8288 156.00
1468 156 00 TiT Tslft' I? ??'000 8388 260000 28W.00 T5t4 ISoVi.OO 8388 26000 0388 28000
1568 156 00 2568 iMaX All i till HM0 iin li6M m l0 lt60 8"8 l"-0" 8 IM.OO
1668 166 00 2668 AAn ill imSS till 1 568 ltS'00 6668 l"- S-00 86 l"-8"
1768 156 00 2768 15fi'o2 AA tilt ll lltS UtM 66,8 18S-00 1,888 l8 8888 "8- 888 18-
1868 166 010 2868 AHi lilt till llM 8768 1M0 8768 158 0' 7788 titM 8788 188
1068 156 00 2868 AUt 8?? ?5JaS till UAl f 26f 186-00 8868 .00 7888 186.00 8868 156.00 0868 156.00
lan.WQ Z9SS 166.00 6668 136.00 4968 166.00 6968 166.00 6668 166.00 7968 156.00 6968 16.0J 9968 166.00
Approximations Derived From First Prize
sis 'ndisn 'hi lis 'gs "' 7 9 9m m 9m I
j il ' 620 1888 ,2J 4869 520 4871 820 4I7J 526 4375 120 4877 120 I
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
WW m 17,8 1 W 706 '.,0 ,705 $'260 7705 1 266 I 8706 2.0 ,tW
s sss a;' ass g & s jg-gg- art jg .T7j;
( Approximations Derived From Third Prize
' ll4 18 ltt8 188 8 "4 ,$ 166 4S $ 1186 7248 186 8248 $ 16 24 16
as ig gs jg gg ,g gg .jg gg ,g g g; Hp is. Si gs lisTlg
- 'i utuuiu( til V ui JjVO KTailtUA
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in S and not Included in the above list win Fifty-two Dollars (S52.M) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieibes divided In two series "A" to "B" of 26 pfeces each
Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama. Ced.: 47-12155
ii (wia-KuwuT8 w me iTeas,ury jaime de LA GUARDIA Jr.
WITNESSrS- rapine 8 Tu rlA Od loi
, v ... ,' V V... AQ.tfTMIl
gherto Eduardo Peres, Ced. 47-867.3
JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public Panama
PABLO A. PINEL
NOTE" ? winning tickets with the last cipher and with the two last
'VLlT-ciphers apply only to tile First Prize.
Th i BMrsrt Prize and tin 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn separately The ap approximations
proximations approximations are calculated on the First Second and Third Prizes. In cX
ticket should carrrfte numbers of each prize, the holder is. enUUcdto
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, February 23, 1958
Sunday, February 23, 1958
First Prize 58
Second Prize 05 3.00
Third Prize 48 2.00
P'1." w.U1b Ji" to, with the Official List of Panama in
the "f fifes of the M.honai Beneficent Lottery situated on Central Avenue
Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 2034 which will
take place March 2, 195S
Divided in two series of 26
1 First Prize, Series A
1 Second Prize,
fractions each denominated "A" and
and B. of 126.o00.0n rh -r
SrlM A an A n VMAM 1 t
1 Third Prize. Series A and B. nf .t ann m .h
1 Approximations, Series A and B, of 260.00 each series
9 Prizes. Series A and B. of 1,300.00 each series
90 Prizes. Series A and B. of 78.00 each series
908 Prizes. Series A and B. of 26.00 each series
18 Approximations, series A arid B, of t
9 Prizes. Series A and B. of
18 Approximations, Series A and h, of J
9 Prizes. Series A and B, of
68.00 each series
130.00 each series
6200 each series
'8.00 each series
Price of a whole ticket $26.00
Price of a fifty-second part ...... .$. ..50
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
ibout Sarah Churchill- "y h.'.
hard to handle bat on the, day of
we snow soe s aiways were and
sue alwavs eives a fine r.rfnrm
ance. Sarah is worth any extra
ame a producer can pve her."
HAL KANTER, who. dirtied
George Gobel In 'I Married a
Voman," appears briefly in one
fne. "I had to do it," he told
me, "Alfred Hitchcock wasn't a-
THE WITNST: Sign "in t beach
fe near Hollywood: 'Where the
iebris meets the sea.".
This Is Hollywood. Vr Tnneg
trma-brained cherus girl to her
grocer: "I'd like a quart of harm harmonized
onized harmonized milk, please."
A COUDle of weeks isn it th
C " M.V
Milky Way Awaids ballot for the
oesi juvenue performances of the
year. Now it's the annual Putcv
Awards for animals. My votes':
The horse, Beauty, in 'Wild Is the
Wind" and, in TV, Lassie, of
SINS CROSBY'c nlil ,,,,-ki;--
----- -- w m wiu nai uj i 4S
job wun raui wnueman's band is
still open for him. Paul, opening in
"Newcomer nf 1Q9A" t h n.
. V. IV icg
ert Inn in Las Veeas thU mnnth
weo. mm an otter to return. Mav
do ne u send Gary. . .Oh, no. Oh,
yes. Now it's a snne titled floo
Lips Will Kiss." Quote of the
month: Movie cutie Fav Snain a.
bout guys in Hollywood making
"I Cot more. when T h
w . -I M J Ull
erette in Iowa."
m wLWW m
I mm 1 I
I'M WADPfBVl VL it p
- w auuui use ii .n
Soviet Russia cultural exchange
Bouii, aim narry umring, a read
er, is worried about I Was a Teen
Aft 11'., .
" "cicwou siarung a, cycle
iubi can ppr nut nf honi ur-i.
Y T m-- w ..niiu, TV A 1X3
I suppose now there uilt
teen-atre wectema tii i
-------- xau iu me
Saddle Shoes, Rock 'n' Roll-Away
x-.ao.uj' ana 1 was a Teen-Age
, !ooper- miseries: Reb Rebel
el Rebel Without Corpse, The Thin Boy
THE PRESENTATION of a De-
oartment of Army commenda commendation
tion commendation for Meritorious Civilian
Service was made recently to
Robert H. Carpenter, chief of
the Quartermaster maintenance
division, Corozal. The award
cited Carpenter's outstanding
accomplishment in supervising
a large work force free of em
nloyee grlevlances and hq lost
time accidents, This resulted in
substantial pains to the govern
ment through high standards of
production and workmanship.
Col. JoMe J. Dixon. USAR
CARIB Quartermaster, made tile
presentation at the Ouarter-
master Headquarters, Coro2l
Carpenteri who joined the Quar
icrmasier nere m me uanai
Zone ill 1947, has served in top
level jobs with the U. B. Gov
ernment, with the Panama Air
Depot and the Panama Canal
Department. He currently lives
with his family at Curundu
Heights. (U. S. Army Photo)
WIFE'S TOUGHEST JOB
LONDON, Feb. 28 (UP) Dr
R. Passmore reported today that
the housewife's toughest job is
Passmort. in an article in the
publication Family Doctor, said
a research team in Glasgow
Scotland, fitted men and women
with masks and meters that
counted the heat units they, ex
pended On household jobs.
He said they found that bed
making took 4 units per rr.in
ute against 3tt for dusting and
two for cooking.
TRENTON, N.J., March 1 (UP)
The Army anounced today its
former deputy commander bad
been arrested for complicity in a
It said Gen. Vali Gharani, was
among a group of persons arrest
ed yesterday on charges of plot plotting
ting plotting to overthrow the regime with
"the aid of a foreign power.''
ACCEPT ASSES OFFER
CHICAGO, March t (UP) -Di
rectors of Diamond Motor Car
Co. voted to accent the offer o
White Motor Co. to buy certain
assets of Diamond T. Involved in
the transaction are inventories,
tools, fixtures, and patents. De Details
tails Details will not be disclosed until
.early next month, a spokesman
said. Stockholders will vote on the
proposal March 28.
Blamed For Death
Of Old Spinster
LONDON, March 1 (UP) The
coroner closed the book today on
the accidental death of spinster
Hilda Matthews, 64: who wet
frightened by some noisy Russian
dancers and took an overdose of
Miss Matthews had lived in a
hotel many years, content with
her life of retirement.
Then SO gay, boisterous Russian
dancers moved in and frightened
her with their endless balalaika
sessions and war whooping
dances- Miss Matthews began tak taking
ing taking sleeping tablets. A coroner's
inquest ruled yesterday she acci accidentally
dentally accidentally took an overdose and
and The Teen-Age Butler Done It
And in the east-meets-west catego category:
ry: category: A Leather Jacket for My Hi Hi-rohito,
rohito, Hi-rohito, Teen Age of the August
Moon and I'll Say Sayonara To To-morra.
morra. To-morra. The climax, the mostest,
probably will come," believes
Harry, 'when they finally make:
'1 Was a Te.tvAo Octogena
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safsty deposit boxes, for jewelry and
. documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA COLON BRANCH: 1
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
0. A. De R0UX, CARLOS M0UYNES V.,
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from S:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
On March 12th you will know
all about the wonderful
held in store for you
H r '
What it is?
Til PANAMA AMHUCAft All IHDWlNDRfT DAILY WlWiPA!
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, Mi
i nil z ?ja
aai ana vsineiwue
4 Sufi ri
ff a f-yay -nfr. Js J 2wf .iUfl L mmU fUmfAf a Ltmmlm dLe
aV J iy ifU. Mr AW MM ft 5-0?l Ll M J M 4
COflM HV AtCiPTION AT UNION CLUB
AMBASSADOR OF VENEZUELA AND WIFE
Members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama
mm A fflt fWptWfl At the IniOh CiUb last ilitht iA honor
T tft MSmtsMot of VnMlieia, Col. Rste&Bn ChatbaUit Car Car-Staff
Staff Car-Staff OAtf MS ifl, Who will M leaving Won.
BWrW the Writ the hoQOreM were presented tn
IIRWM farewell flft. I silver Way,
Mr. Anthony F. Raymond, dean
f master of r'nrHmdniea Will baa
on hand again this year to keep
--. - 1 Inniann tltincffl tfAintf TlAkaL u.-tll Ail
ggggg aransW fBUUi jr c if as I B v ii) chiiiqb ajwiuaj. innrn vtiii -rv wn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. sale at the door at fifty cents a
Jtnnison of Balboa, became the piece. All pioceeda from the Pen Pen-Wide
Wide Pen-Wide of Mr. Thomas .loseprl Nti- fly Social will go into the Educa Educa-16
16 Educa-16 on T&tifsday, Jan. 30 It 8t tfaflal Fund of the Club from which
Tfcomas Aguinas Chapel, Berkeley, a Cristobal High School senior will
Cllif. The Rev. Joseph L. Qunn, obtain a scholarship.
C. S. P. otfeiated. i
The bride, who was given away Mr. Horine Honored
by her tatter.: wire f thttfl waltis j With laky Shairtr
length lace over satin gown witnj Mrs. Lawrence E. Hofihe was
a fitted bodice, high neck with, the guest of honor at a surprise
SOarl-appliqucd fWefs arottttd biBy shaw? ftveb recently by
f... oe Upv Aire BAhrti-t I'hbrtitlih t her hump
ldttg gloves were of lace, and she i in Ancon. The gifts were present-
. . . . W kU. Dm 1 : M.TUil kaBeW
camea a wwiwi m "' i m iw sua. uauu.
die and PHalaenopsis orchids. A Mrs.. William BfooRs of Marga Marga-vell
vell Marga-vell of imported Chantilly l a e 6 Me presided at the coffee table.
hime from a coronet, tiei weimnifc i nose present wun me .lull".
" n. T. .i, ... ., u. ..- m ...
guesi wore ner inutiiei, mis. mci mci-Wflod
Wflod mci-Wflod Sttey. her mother-in law,
Mrs. Georje Horrne. 8nd the Mes-
flarnuG RavmnnH Rl ;h (. P (i r 1 0
JRaUUII va, jivmiw .-.. t i . .
Je-hnison WaHdHer of Sail Diego, iWaUtei1. MlfiM Lucas, Raymonii
drss wis the one tier sistei the
fofmer Marilyn Jefihison. 0 1
when she was married here in 1951.
Matron of honor Mrs. Marilyn
Calif., wire wallztents .dress
of fuchsia nylofl net over ianeia.
Sh carried a bouquet of pink ca
A< Waggoner acted as fbwer
sin. She wore pmK vcivei iu u.-
tininvi) mpiiwu 1
Mills, John Pewell, Jiffies Dykes,
Br onsmi Poen, Titeod'tfe Hotz,
Ross Anderson, George, Lockxidgp,
John Pettingill, Oscar Olsen.-Wil
Hath iflroeki, Jehtt Fiwett( Lee
lt. Damar. Tnrcf if H91TV
fegdlf; til Egolf, Caleb Clement,
girl, one wore tmiii ihivi 1 jiguu, n "gnu, v..v v-v "77'--i
riftl an old-fashioned nosegay of. Waiter Mikulich, Walter Fischer
el-roses and carnations'. r ; and Mrs. Chapman.
The Wst rAai. was Mr. .ioMttoi
A Cannata of PUbarti. 'WwiaiO AttwW Miating Of
District rtomen s Axmary
More than two hundred women
from' fifteen fliffefeitt ihurches of
the Panama Canal Zone Mission Missionary
ary Missionary CiStflet fif '.he Episcopal
Church attended file f wetitifet',1 An Annual
nual Annual Meeting of the District Wom Woman's
an's Woman's AttXilhry, Which convened at
the Cathedral of St. Luke in An Ancon,
con, Ancon, at a day ong session Thurs Thursday;
day; Thursday; Fib. 8 followed by a morning
--ri tho iichers were Mr. IhOln
as Connolly, of Sacramento, Call
fortia and-' IkM, Mi Cf bfllall of
PHtaburg. Calji- u
following the.ehi, a recep reception
tion reception was held hi Lantana Lodge,
Pifdmont Ktc, Bwhky.
The bridl is A student m Bef
thttd year at the Unltreriity of
California, sM-a graduate of Bal-
The groom, wno is i"5 ""i" v meeting on r.imiv,
thi late Mr. and Mr?. John ;J. M At the bjlBttrilg of the Thursday
- ill 1. a dilrlort! 111! ihrt ,iinti krv v;elenm-
hit Hnal vear at the Univcrsto of I ed by the Rt. Rev. R. Heber GoOd GoOd-CaSa
CaSa GoOd-CaSa He served in the &.. ,, Bishop .if this Missionary D
.. 1 1
GwendaHn Bhiriey, Mri. Ayhtti
Harm. Miss VlVltn WRiet, Mill
ciaif often, Mrs. Iumb Bwi)
and alternates, Mt. t. 3 i't r,
Mrs. Elisabeth Rene, Mri. John
spar, Mm. A. Hernia and Mfi.
Yurly rewrti were resentefl
By officers and delegates and a
new budget was adopted, (it spe special
cial special interest was t lively ''Suss
Session" held Thursday afternoon
on the subject of "virowina in Pray
M," With Mra Evetyh C. 3dsh nf
Cocoli icting as moncrater.
Among tne dtietatei present
were ten laflies trem ceiomhia,
whn irrivea blue Tiiesfl? fw
a fetir-flay visit. They were Mrs.
Henry Lee, Mill wrfthla ee,
Mrs. Do A 6 BUItell, Mfs Ralph
trite, Mrs. Leu Lertla, xh. Efl
wird Verdin md Mrs. Ear ui
falrfM rtf l'll- artd Mvs. 060116
itedweii. Mrs. Raymond feaker
inrt Mtfb tnnma Devlf. of Car
tagena. Also present from wertitn
Panama were Mrs. ene w unan'
,iinni. Mt- Allen stuhi from Al-
hlirantei and Mfs. Hirbedr tt Bft-
cas del T6ro.
A collection taken eh Thutsdity
Will be presented to the B6U Vts Vts-ta
ta Vts-ta Children' Mome of PaftaBU City.
MARIE E. MADISON, A civilian employe of the USARCARIB
Signal supply section, Madden Wye, demonstrates to Signal
supply oftlcer Capt. Henry Smart how effectirely a new filing
system she devised operates. Mrs. Midlson rMeritiy wn pre presented
sented presented with a cash award under Project Pftydlrt foe suggesting
the Improved method of filing suspense yotidhers, which elimi eliminates
nates eliminates the necessity of maintaining duplicate folders.
(UJ Atftiy fhoto)
ma-i- '" 't '" ' I
Introducing Grace Line s
New Santa Roia and Santa Paula
w.iiiunrn In KnrM.
Army """B"" .... -r-
the bride wore a 'navy blue
shantung suit with velvet trim and
naVy and white accessories for
fcjfcfymoon trip to Yosemite Na Na-tidhU
tidhU Na-tidhU ParK- L
They wUl make Uwir hoiUfe at
12l Echu Ave., Oakland 11, Cair
AfWu.l Panhjf Solll
Will Be Held
At Strang! Cluk
6n Satufdiy, Mifh 8. tha Ca-ft-haan
CnltaJre Club Will titesent
uj .muni Pennv SUelfll dl thd
Stf angers Cllib beglnttlhu it":30
p.m. with Mrs. Vera Jones and
Mfs. Rhoda Brians as cochair cochair-men.
men. cochair-men. the combo of Billy Gibron, Jim Jim-taf
taf Jim-taf Brooks and Jerry r,a,,-n will
entertain the guests with their live lively
ly lively music from 7 to 7 30 p.m.
At 7:30 the pnaes from table no
a LIS 1 ikn liiytb-ar in in
-J k.t iKa Tfl VfV J.' J.
in a" aHW iiVM"
i, -. i?..mm.h I : 1 1 .AT ,if inp
m. narie, auiiinsau r ....
Diocese of Dallas, lexas. Special
tat Mrs. Peter Ma
Uevsky-Malevitch, president of the
Second Protnc-!, iew iors 4
New Jersey, iw came to ine iui
..n.,.,'jiij in attend the con-
lliua cau. ..
vention. She spoke on the general
theme of 'Ttayer.
Presiding couvution was
Mrs. Virginia W. PeterSdB, wh
was assisted tft arranging for tl
business meetings, and Alio for
me couee now v i ii
ed in the iardah of the Lathedril,
BJ tnemoets 01' tne vanoiwpui
Highlights ol the meeting includ included
ed included the elec tn and installation ol
District jffi:ers for 1958 They re
Mrs. Euleai Harris, President;
Miss Claire C. Ofideij, 1st Vi
n..ij-nt. Mrs Lillian Martin. 2nd
Vice Preside Miss Vivn Wit
. At.7:30 the pripes xrom i iieno. ivice -;.. Mrs Gwen(lo
1 Will be given 10 me lucny wm-.iei, ... fnr
..ThisVe is Uy ;r lino ShWey.
th children. There. will be more:
entertainment at 7:45 p.m. with
refreshments being served at 8 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. Prizes from tabla No. 2 will
be given at 8:30 wiw another add added
ed added attraction at 8:48 and then table
N. 3 prizes at p.m.
the nominatiotf committee vas pie-
sented by MSA. Mary Alice in.mi-
Also electi m was held of dcle dcle-aates
aates dcle-aates for a Irmnn'al lectins? to
i bpld net October in Miami
Beach, Florida. They atd Mil.
task nttife er tAAlUfcMK la
cilimn ihould iUIMiMd
typt-written oim nd mHM b
the box nymber lilhtji datlv M
c.l .nd fitharw...." At dliVIHd
fc, hend to th. IMM. NSIIMi 6
mtttinfi c.hn.t b. .cc.pt.i If
Will Meet fMftneir .,,
ifiMnp a Albriflhr of GatUn will
apeak on reeeflt discoveries at Por-
to imUO ai we miwiaw wvf
wMtiH will will tekP ftla(P At the
Hotel WoU It TlW p. bn Mon
Mr. Alorigni wm aiaoweus
itudlei in tne Arehrve? .of tiie In
rtu in Maririr and the Lonares'
sional Library in Washington
titma am and Ink drawina mad
during the colonization of Porto
T).ll ...Ml Vu Hicnlavwd
xciiu mi i wr.-rf
All meetings of the Histories
Society are open toHhe general
TOKYO. March 1 (UP) -Fpr
Japanese couples the eiintn and
i4tn yeari ot mamage if e tne
one to biWare.
Those are thl years, according
to the TOkyo family odhft m
Which a marrlaife is most likely
to b?e8k up usually DtCause
one of the mates looks to younger
narlnorc Tho rpnort was based 00
a study of 202 euses of orpken
homes caused Dy maruai miiae.
FRENCH POPULATION GROWS
PARIS, March 1 (UP) The
population of France has risen by
435,000 in tne past year 10
289,000, the National Sstatistical
Institute reported yesterday.
The Institute attributed the in increase
crease increase in population to the intro introduction
duction introduction of foreign workers ifi the
The new "Santa Paula," Oripp
Lute's second U6-miiaon gtup,
left the waVs of the Newport
News ghipbulldins and Dry Dock
CohidanV. Newport News, Vlrfei-
nia, ati jarUarjr 9, ld5S. At pres present
ent present both this ship and her twin
sister, the new "Sah Rase'
Ihunched last August, At at out outfitting
fitting outfitting piers in the builders'
yards, being readied for service,
lloth snips will be entered on the
dre.ee Line'l Caribbean route to
the Netherlands West Indies arid
rtol-th coast of South .Americb.
The new "SAnta Rose," Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for delivery Sometime In
June, 1938, ana the new. "Santa
Paula" in September, They will
be operated on 12-day cruises
leaving New York every rtiday.
the two ships, designed By the
New York navai architects oibbs
t cox, inc., embody the molt
modefA developments in Ship
construction, the latest safety
and flre-retarflative features,
and newest factors contributing
to seaworthiness, stability, and
The new. "fianta Rosa" and
nidations for 300 passengers, all
m nrst class, ana win provide an
passible abpdintrhents and facil facilities
ities facilities for their eonveniihca ana
comfort. In addition, thly have
attractive stateroom aecommo
datibns and indoor and Outdoor
recreation areas for Officers
ana aod crew?
The new Oraee t.insrs have all
outside paSsenger staterooms
eacn with private bath a fea feature
ture feature that has been almost a
trademark of all passenger "San "Santas"
tas" "Santas" and has conlflhuted greatly
to their pctpufteity.
car gd space is pro
n nunir. tp
ana 8i,4S0 t
Die feet fdr dry
I W DESTILERIA CENTRAL, 8. A.
-EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS DISTRIBUTORS-I
I DISTRIBUTORS-I I
I II 'I I aKL M jtSKmI I
l '' mWm Pulr' JjbfflmWWW JT Am I
SCOTCH WHISKY A
t tVfUl lit aHlIlrilMht
wlil be empioyil for the. rap;
and efficient handiini of fre 8ht
and ''tianta f aula" enter serv service,
ice, service, it is antliiBAted that they
will fee as ehtfiusiast eally re received
ceived received by travelers from the
United states and the caribBftan
Countries as the illustrious ships
tney rouow ana wnosi names
"Santa Paula" will have aocoffi- they near. (Adv.)
f v- ..
Iced Tea with
(Eauol pom ol Tta oM carbohvdroni)
INST ANT-f asv TO MAK J Just a turn
of the cold water fftucet, inii en enjoy
joy enjoy full strength iced tea, instantly.
No tea bag mess No water to boil
f HUSHING, NJU STAINGTH HAVOR.
Nestea bursts with deliciou pure
everytime. Alwayi tlear--never
cloudy Enjoy iced Nestea 1
Beauty ttiight be only akin deep,
"J? 1 A ffllIBty inportiflt eon eon-odity
odity eon-odity for a air And it's uo to
nAt la haltt aa ahiu u
if your lfttle gtrl has protrude
k ears, taie tne treueie to dreaa
r hair ifl auth a i that thov
will ha hidden VanMf a kaii
ihe humiliation of being teased by
her friends and. at tha iam time.
teach her one step toward mak
the most of her looks,
If your child's teeth protrude,
she should be given proper den
tSl cr titK tool It ..at ..a
a child who lenses she is unat-
teaailvS Will rl.fcolnM l.ob r.i
cortidenee that will causa her
SO watch vour child, Study her
fiaure and AatueM ai aht wawi.
rteip her to he ittraetive, for be
auf, as well as a mod mind and
well adjusted emotions, is i very
If vim til in )h aaiaa mii hah.
remember tnai tha mamcHv ni
successful hair tintihis don't vary
more thin three shides from the
natural color. And if you don't
cnange tne shade of your hair
too aris uciiiy, you'll be able tb
go. a mt longer between toueh-uos
it's wlie, if you've changed the
coiot n your nair( to weir a halt
tvlUw iwldi eleirjart or
a ugmiy ortwoiea narriitte,
thli will make less obvious the
diffeMfltoolered roots of the new
iy growing hair.
A permanent will change the
color of tinted hair to some de de-eras.
eras. de-eras. I Mt Altft uamum ouh
" ffVW WITO 111 Blrl IIIIU
allow at lent a day or two be-
you use any nair coiormg.
Miff tifltiflf it a simple project
then diyi, lu it's wlie to re-
mttrW 4Hat U MHIiletJiai 4ai
thought and Attention than natu
ral flwerint. h unless you
plan to make the necessary effort
w keep it looking lovely,
teiH-lien WhO Irriva in alaa.
on i rimy am, with thai,, h.u
id flltl fllfl Bfl Wlajflll IUh la
est eTethes certainly can't feel mis-
eu ana aiiraetivt;
Since everyone khOWl It'l go go-ina
ina go-ina tn rain annnaa hk latai,
VVI t ow.i m miri wil V
not plan your rainy day wardrobe
An attractive riihcoat. a iv
unbrens.an pretty JjJsstic boot'
unoreua ano pretty jHStic boot
will protect any clAtHltlg yeii ChOOS
iu wear Deneaui tnem.
Tf Mil hiua titi, kiuJ d ti.i.
251 fLIJw. tot rttodrpp,
inn n rmnyaay nwrao. YOU
M;k i. . i ....
imgui uy wearing it straight hack
disregarding waves, and hOldiril
it lh tiUoo l.lh A i,.o J
rihoofl, or you could arrange it
in an unswept fashion, held to-
aolhor at tho Inn M i i 1 1 A ui.
nimiflt or bow. It will be pretty
and you'll avoid the use of pin
vuiia vi curiers ui PUOIIC
ipinte are low enough on a
dreary, Uafttp day. 'No need to
maite yourself feel any lower by
umeujo wai you 100K awiUl
fl Bb bB
- -t iaii
lARk bist, electrical geheral
foreman witb the Office of the
Engineer, U.S. Army Caribbean,
Fort Clayton, who recently re received
ceived received an oUtSatndihg perform performance
ance performance award. Best was cited for
his accomplishment in supervis supervising
ing supervising the conversion of the electri electrical
cal electrical power system from 3.1 cycle
to 60 cycle current at Army posts
Without a power interruption and
ah accident free record for his
Work, forci during the period
May 1956 through June 19)7.
Best, who is a native of Crete,
Nebraska,, has been employed by
the Engineers continuously since
December imq. He lives at obr obr-B,
B, obr-B, Curundu Heights with his
Wife and five yOung children,
(u. S. Army Photo)
MANY SPACE VOLUNTEERS
LONDON, March 1 (UP)-Iiadio
Moscow Slid today that soviet
scientists were not ready to send
a man up into space.
The broadcast heard here said
Russian scientists had received
many offers irftm persons all oVer
tne world volunteering to go up
in future Soviet space test vehi vehicles.
cles. vehicles. But Radio Moscow added:
"Soviet scientists canhot as yet
accept such services until several
scientific and technical questions
A hiahlitht of the recent Carnival waa a
sua uu.l. .I..-. .. I 1 . . 1 ail M u AOiT. t
"f psnj liven ai int noiei m ranama union nr tne
laffer fan Company of tort Madison, Iowa, The event wai
in honor of
Rita Burrell, Miss Panama? i
pagne party given at the Hotel Ki Panama
sneaner ran c
tenriquei. of Cia. Atlas. IA,, representa
Marina Kuluaga, mm
aalea. Carnival oueen of the Union Club) Miss fatriela Be
un nngnt, mng Ecuaaor) miss lui
y wno is currently visitint the isthmus, The a
f the gifts was made with the assistant f Miitnn
satlve of gheaffer'i in
CeTombiar and Miss CrB Co doba." M ff nS. R H
who is currently visit!
A MheaffPh Ntinrttnl trnn and tmnrll ai wa MaaaaHta4 4 ak
girl by William 1. Hush, retloHal iireetol of the ihiaffae
tne canal rone.
The othfi- da t wt nhhtit a
.iealous little brother, tte felt a.
desperate need to pry some of
His mother's admiration away
ftom his hahv sisfpr Arrnrrtinolv
he dlimbed up on the sofa to
snow ner now he could straddle
its back and ride it like a cowboy.
He got a scolding instead of ad admiration.
miration. admiration. At once he turned frbhl
ah excited and hopeful little boy
""v a jpuciui auu ueiiani one.
I sailT that his enitalUrthoeo us I.
despair of his mother's love..
you may not believe this. When,
After SDeakin? shanrlv fn
child, you see Him spiteful
aim aenani, you may not reeog reeog-hlie
hlie reeog-hlie the chsnge as despair of your
love. Instead, vou'll think "Jim.
my's being nasty because he can't
have his own way."
This is because jyoahave such
1 POer oblHiOH Of vonrsplf that
you cannot credit your love with
any importance to Jimmy,
.Which is why child guidance ex experts
perts experts can give us so little heip.
Self-disparaging creatures that
Wfl m'f1. we rinn't rpallu holinvo
bur We is important to ahyone.
so when the spiteful change cdmes
over Jimmy, it, arouses discourage-
mem ana anger in us instead ot
the certainty that the lbVI is heed
Aetually, our only real problem
as parettts is our poor Opinion of
This nnnr nnininn is what molroc
our self-respect ta dependent on
Jimmy's conduct that we have to
constantly pursue him for polite-
ness, good school marks and
other aehievements that will re
fleet credit on us. it's what turni
us into slf sacrificing martyrs
who only come alive when some
hotly else tells them how noble
It's whit makes us into naggers
who must diffuse their demands
on Jimmy into vague, indirect eom
plaint! lest then Offend him, by
making the demands direct and
definite. BedSusp nnr nnnr nnininn
of ourselves makes us uncomfort
Me with anything but perfect dls-
ciulinp rtf .Tittlffly. ft mtltat M AL
ficUlt to give him any disciplae
ROB BANK TRUCK
MILAN, Italy. Feb. Jg fUPi A
gang or masked bandits, all dres dressed
sed dressed in blue overalls, rammed a
car irttO a bank van in downtown
Milan today, overpowered the
stunned guards and escaped with
an estimated $40,000.
The bandits converged on the
bank truck in four cars and
crashed one of the automobiles
into It. They then quickly spilled
Out Of the other cars and con converged
verged converged on the guards, jolted by
. Using hammers, the bandits
transferred eight sacks of money
from the van into two getlWly
"TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEt" Is a drama that1 links a
strange race track accident In Spain to a Cairo smuggling
racket! A drama that explodes into an international man manhunt
hunt manhunt Robert Taylor star as the ejt fighter pilot who lost
his nerve ana nearly lost his life. Lovely Dorothy Ma Ma-lone,
lone, Ma-lone, who won the Academy Award Ih "Written en the
Wind" is his co-star. Don't miss "TIP ON A DEAD JOCK JOCKEY"
EY" JOCKEY" OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 8th AT M LtJX
HI 1 mm m mm
Once upon a time...
Vnu wsM irkM it, pthol It wai
IM HIS for ihc Mil t lolei. ind 160 taill
. lAtagirlft llwbuMn't ftl ttilhr lanjilv
ejtf, so you all staved home. And
than one day. several years afco.
That father was Arnold Peterson;and
ihat'show FOLDA ROLA happeneo
ont a laihtV's with to make lil hi0,iet
completejine ol now lamnua sjnaltty
Peterson FOl.DA R;odiirrs
I 1 hev all (old. o, course
10 discount C. Z. Employees
:H 1, 1S58
TBS JANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER V
Life Of Cadets
At Military Academy
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TONIGHT 7:30 PM.
Church of Christ
Sunday io:w -- j
faced AUvd. A
Drawn INN ""
I ,tiUUt ,1.11.4111
,1 vidian. JOJL'Jif !!
SunAA (m BJh
.iT.u...... W:w am.
Sunday School .iiiiui
Morninc Worihif ,'
9:30 a m
Baptist Training Union ...
W.M.S. ffiMt Stud9 Tbura-
Hkit iPM hK II
MargariU Avenuo at 5th Strati
"MarwrlUi Canar Zone
w.nrt.ii t. Pltker. Pastor
ilwr litis 7:00 BJh
Ssflayl i 1 :w P
IX Asm iiiiiiiililMtllMl JB
(Mon-OeiHiinbwtgU Evang elll
Mnrrtini VtHHIUP .11
Bantist ftalHlrif Uhl.n
G.A., R.A., A
GSptain at :
11:00 lioliness Meettng.
... nlar I'al
He v. Dselt W. Olsen, Pistol
jua Road at San Pablo Street
.ie 2-1484-Chureh Offic 2-3238
j a.m. CHurch School Free bus
..e. Classes for all aaea.
' Ude3 'siWA'fdf rfllrtisryi stlnde
(II Ml Pflmirv Deptl. Church
i(NM i snWJWOS1 3
7 M t m. Senior Him fiUttwihin.
.30 p.m. Bvenmg
GtHMUv. Riy M. RlaMly Mltllite
Church School, with Adult Bible
fervlce of Worship, 110.
OUth fellowship. 5:45.
Mrirlt AVe. iftd BBllvit HW.
9:45 a.m. unurcn aenopi. du hcivivb,
8:15 PJh YdU
A OBRiptM sdteBUli Of iuTttniry ac
tlyltles,. and Official meetmi
nouhcea from weH 6 wtelt.
tivitles and Official meetings a,
Wilker M. Alderton, Pastor
- Bis.j s-i:
in. jo am. Mnrnlnc Worshln.
Official meetings, and wMk-day "cR-
rltiM is innouncea
t nfl Mrs. C. M
t PiMm and Salon, Republic of PiAlBlt MNM I MlMM At Aft
rime tt M4t IM women of Mm $ttf tmimM Mi M tlvilllA Mi
B8H. IrlMtt IRI HtMftft. T . v
At pensile service, The Panami AMIrsAAB WH kM. If ktmfr
aitienij nti of hrtlH f worship in. tfhlf rtftjllf iMIflMAs.
kiitfAfi ja ftffi ifoM liftft n nfrti p0tiiiiiiHirit kif iflf tuff
Bt Ar two i rtiMt ra kHM uAaM "MMf CMntl V Itff ItM A
A Iptctil liitlAa. mcl44 til (At! If AAT Mtii Ait rSMI IMM
ind Hlvil stlHenl.
Mtoitttrt, (fcurek MittfiM nti chiplilM IM Mkil t MtM Mm
for HM MMiRf IIMirdlt I tn.rck i.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH-4M1MA
SUndai Mamast 1M Brit. 10:00 Mia
"rftoP MaJAasi 5 36. B:(a. I
CatKhioi alase. after to 1:00 mam
fflah&rtiool Stud Qtttfe t:M MR 6n
T'ln a aw a m
MRiay liM MkllojM
Soorat Hurt DavntlMll f -OB ML M
Catechism 6lwi 1:11 to 4:45 pa on
HhlV Ba U1M It 1:30 ink
II lit W tal $M m UV
Class I Saturday 1:10 to 10
t 1JN and :U URi
ClOAl SUBRlf t:00 tt 4t0
Miraculous Medm Noyenai
7 DO p.m
Convert IrJtruetionll TtiUrsday 7:00
STi flNCfiMt1 I
inUav MtatMi :B
l:ou ana g:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 8:00 to 9:00 and
:00 to 8:00 p.m. THuridays before First
'riday 7:30 p.m.
Ubnl of ftl.fiirdsa: friday 7:10jp.iti.
CatlcRim 61I1S : Alter 8:30 mass an
ConeH ClisJ: : Bb.' Tuesday Mt
iss: 0:90 a'.m. (It tt fill
M 1:00 A In
C8hfttloni 1:0 ib 8:30 Am. Sunday.
IX. JOHN HAPTIS Dl LA IAU1
WW iiavs Mass: A0 Hon.. Thuri
m. ana aat tlHt RVItJav mau' A no a mi
leS Ky Mai ro0 to :0
Confessions: 1:30 to 4:30 and 7t00 tt
MZZ l:.Pr.da, 7Dd
I1 ji ..aa :....
uaiecnism v.iai : o :(iv p.m. mi ouuu
I' IB 7 ai m m
GBhvert mBi BlM p.m. TRUrtdir
Sunday Missei: 5:45. :Mndil,!'S;
Holy Day Masses: 1:45 and 8:00 i.m.
-Mf&lSnTi Sitllrdlf !B tt I KM Bfld
ad Hnft nov
Heart fiovena: rnoay i:i p-m
eniftg Services 1
lisiiniiS pJR. At. MMiaay
Class: Sunday 10:19 i.m. M
ii. in m m ai liio n.m. to 4:00 D.rii.
Iren Mondays and
Confessions: Saturdiy.4:00 t 1:69 ihfl
iM t 8:00 pim. After Rosary each evi evi-""fvliricUloUs
""fvliricUloUs evi-""fvliricUloUs MA1 Nvni lilt al
"?? .H". on m!&??:. 44
tirsi 'friday ExBMIUMI 111 lit dUrtAil
First Saturday: Mas it 8:00 am.
ROLt FAMILY CHURCH tt MitfirlM
OLY famiijX umuiw;m n
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:30.
... cttn am
8 too I .m.
... 7:00 b.m. to 8:00 B.frl
Medal Noveni 7:00 p.m
v Day Missis: 7:30 i.m. S:li fl.m
CohrMslbA .. 3!45 i m. tA 4141 B.I
Discussion nqulry Oroup
lstVerridy DevAtlofli ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
7:30 b nt
RT. V1NCIWTS RamBttw City
Sunday Mimesk: 0:30 i.m. and 8:00
Y M01V Day Masses! 8:00 lit.. Add lilt
"Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 7i to
t!8tt Am Saturdly. A
Clticfilsm Class: 10:15 Ant. oh Sunfllt
Convert Class tvery Monday at 7i00
i MMll NoVIni: 7:00 A M
eirt ttavajtii 7!00 pm. or.
Suhdav Maw 9 IB i.m
CatrniswjL'iaw a tip n,m on Mnnrtlv
uuix or hood counsel
Masses: 7fl0 and 8:30 int..
Masses! 6:00 i.m. and 5:00
CMtflatlBM Saturday It 4:00 p.m BBS
liter all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7HW ohl
Socred Heart Noveni: hk p.m en
Sunday ScHool: 1:30 0.m. on Suhdia
Religious Instruction Clls for Chll
dfen. 4.-00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction lot adlllt IL'Od
micted In Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mon
Convert Instructions by appointment.
0?? fcav 1Ka
II MM LJIIM
ftl VNf IftL MilMH J
m, Mi sTMMIulWh..
taiuwri mmm imiy cum
J8 uflu CMRa union, hi nun
Tn. .1. TV- tHt.-l Dl 1 1I a as..
7:00 pro tvenlni Prayer.
8:00 am Hery ffcfjmunion.
I'M am Heap sitmjpnier.
ti 4 ft. Uoffilna Privet
t?:00 Mij-da Miwionary Prayers,
Ilv rVillliiM tV lallwtt.
Priest la Chug
7:30 a m
Cuthirtfl and Set-
i i 1 1 ..i . . i ii r..
and PRlDAtl u.,.
nin ptiyer and tioiy
Holy Communion .iifnii
the Rev. John SptaV WlSt In Chari
aVliaala41 Pr.vsar Afflll f?hlirCh
p&itfMi : Wii' V. u!!! I S"
2H8rD Rulhlrlst and JM At,
urits tBR pJRi
tHURSDAYS At PEAST BAY!
AYS At ft
,iii,.. f im ami
of tht Ml
8:30 i m. Holy Communion,
The X?tm &tS, IMiM
7:30 a.m ttBlV C
li5 4.10. M0ttlinJ
11:00 Affi. ChAfll
Bey, DiWd' A OiBBrnl
1:09 a.m. Cho:
9:30 a.m. tofi
3.00 mil. 3RU
ihe.d in Bill
5:00 pjn. Youth
7 M m. EvensoRf Ind Address.
Jnd and 4to WroNBRpAYS
remans nuxu.arj ana aai-
Tt,. v.n Leatbel R. Shlflef. Hti
Th. Rpv Pita K atwen. ueacon
RUNDAVC s .
8:00 a flt. Holy cnmmtmiaa
9 00 a -n Sung Bucniriai aermon
10:45 i. ii Morning
45 I ni liarnmg rrayer ana unurcn
htf H6i Bitttlsm
t'OO li.m Selemn
liiO I m HBIi Comih
7:30 p m. Evening Pri;
yer iftd ttrYnSfl
a mil an. Ha.1 C
7:00 p.rt.. Evening
t.rti. Evening PrapAr
l'HURS;'AS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 ( m. HBiv CbntmuAion
8-00 a.m. Holy communioas.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Oppoalti Hq1I Wi
The Rev. James Pttir,
1:00 a.m. HA!
1:30 a.m. Moi
tm I.m. Bnari
10:30 a.m. Church
TM p.m. Solerhft
7:00 a.m. Mornint Priyer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
B:4 i.m. Holy Communion,
a.m. Children's Eucharist.
d.tn. Bvnlrt friylr.
6:00 am Holy Camrhuhlb!
7:00 a.m Morning Prayrr
5:00 o.m Evening Priyer.
7:30 pjn. Compline ind Meditition.
Wrim?ldfllof. .t. ...... liOO IJH
Henry a biara AanatiM
Eucnar iat anfl aarmMi
SEV?BSdftg Ml Sr-
IwiP mt lufbtHst
M. iMHRl AUflt'
BIr DiumtRN M to
CHticR or fill naiarrni
44 t4hjli4hl St. AAeOA C R.
Hf. EHB O NIIMB, PHIBt
Halboa. C.Z. T41
MM i 1 1 1 J
I Srrict ....in
'Viti, WMi it. 1
UBCH OP THE NAXAftfcNR
icwfili stneai oymnium
Pastor Ralph Lf Bysong
Write: Rox 6010 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday fteh6r ...... .lilt Ith.
Iteming Worship 11:80
Evening SlfVie 7:So B fh
MATlddAL BAPTIST CHURCB
Btvlne Worship :30 a.m
Sundav School 3:00 p.m
SUflflly MIMM i::iiirtil TUB
Rio Abajo, R.P.
Sunday School ...i.
Sundayj at 4:00 pro. Win Memorial
80S Balt.ua Koan Baiooa,
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sundav School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
aunaay aw p.m
! iw am.
BhlKlrlk M0. IfcbMlhMlM Mill, dlttttl
8llHd SIMM .....M.I-i :80 a m
A church hurie tt BfOolflid.
tJOi KAlttOU. UHURCR
Holy Cucharist: Sunday ai 10 B
TnaariaTs. Wednesdays and TburdiV
ir.lormal raina ana
(upstairs American Baiaar)
Study Clastea ThursdayA 1:30 p.m
REtrttt. MlSSIDR t rttJACR
Espalaba St., Paralso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba tt Stfwart,
Sunday I lWt l-m. Worship SitVtce
aianAav 7 ran YOun
n PeBplrl Society
.Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week ChrlsUan
Thuraday: 8:00 Choh Rehearsal.
PrlBlri 7B Wnmen's Missienir So
mi. ....... iV aaaii
THE CHURCH Ot OOD
4...H,. Srhflfll .... 9:30 a.m
Mnrnlna Worthin ............ 10:30 fl.m
Night ServlCi 7:30 pit
Morning Worship ...........
Sunday School ..............
1:00 a AY
TtU CHURCH OP OOD Rl ABIJ
MAfltt OMBM RB.-ISth St.
Rev. Was. J.
9 .30 a m
Morning Worship iOifO a
Right Servlti VM p
CHURCH Ot GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. I
E. Wauon, Oversiir
Phone 4-428. Box 253, Qamboa
CUUtchtu At Piraiso, C.Z. (Rev. ind
Herman Q. Whyte), ceion. n.r.
Fernando Lorence), Rio Aoajo
v and Mrs.
ad Mrs. Charles Hayhea), and
Ciilvi (Rev. AAA
wMkdayi services ti ill
10 Heights, C.Z.
li iw ui
lay; Bible: Study
REEDEMSB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wifbt Street
Sunday jSaaVBAk RtBiA bias 9i00 a .m.
HAly Communion, first
undiy of the
former chapel of Our Saviour's Epls Epls-jatl
jatl Epls-jatl chapeljrd St. and MelAnde! Ave..
. MrStuge'ne H. Dinoer, Vicar
Sunday School, Bible Clam 9:00 am
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
1 Holv Communion, laat Sunday of the
ItRBIal MMUM PtiM Ml
..iSlMl 5s3w8s5l llPRIM
liM I m Na1 traa.imuaia
liM ML funiM
MiBfll RllIMi. CBtlStUr. 47IRKR
x. jim, a
Mr Mania NiflM.
Hint SerViBI ...
II onvin ,....,
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
.tfrrn 1414 Mtfl M. .M1I.U
aeH RaiMi 6 wbm niirm
It" rriBAJh W ML UrUHMy
tar & m?
Posts and Bases
Sunday School :K
Sttllfig WeriAtt ........... u.i HI
urch-timi NurMry School... 10:00
Tfluth Fellowship Sunday
SuBday schoil ........ t ...... 1:90
Morning Worship 10:30
WRrship Service. Madden Wyl
vrarsnip service. Hi Hill
Christian Youth Fell
Chtistian Youth FeilAVfchlb ..
SolAiBt'i FillowshiD thurs.
Officer's Christian UnioH-Thurs.
ALBROOK AIR FORCR RASS
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:1
Morljing Worship 9:30 A 10 ij
U.S. NAVAL STAHOn. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Warship u 11:00
Holortutiunlon First bunda
iSth N"b kEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worship 9:00
tnory communion First Sunday
adit ItAUBH, Bumrnit.
Confessions Saturday .. 1:30 A 8:00
Daily Mass .,' 8:15
Saturday MatlM lUit.ii.uiu 9:00
Sunday MiMBI ........ 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novella Devotions 1. i. 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 4:00 A 7:30
Sunday Man 10:39
HOOK. AIR FORCE B AAA
Mliy MM .ii. .lit... i. nun, tit
y ........ i.
U. rjAVAL ITATIOK. Rodman
Blindly Mis iMiiuiiiiiiil.jt
ALMflSbft AM fohcl IAII
I WortolA .....Wi... ii:i
'3, XiaZ 7:00
x ucauay .v.
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel BlM
Choir JPraelBi Wednesday
PAlt Chtftti 1:30
t it. i.
liui. iat mm.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Morning Worship ........ ..
Holy CpfflrtunldA first Suiy
I BRMBtAfiisi tWday ' . .' ;:',:! m
......... ..... in i.
is ...... in..
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
SUndiy Mitt ...1....1111..1....
Btlndly MAM .1.1
TUeidiy . ............. 1 ,i,.a
x services are conduct
iren of thl AHtineiatlo
Porias, Sah Prartcisco 1
la Caleta, Panama City: R P.. And at
the Church Of St. Anthony, Avenida
MeiendM. cnihh p p. m. j tafhata s.ih.
days it 9:80, For iorUter IHfdirfiltloH
call the Office of the Army Cnlbliin
In all ih.irfchaa
honl 8:31) a.m.
villi 1i m'l i m.
YottftVl Meitinl 4:30 tdn.
and Prayer Service
Clbd VSfH, Ave. J. F
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Pastor A. A Griztle Til
Churches Pacific Side Panama
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Panama. Calle Dlriert NO.
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During the last few years at
e U.S. Military Acadefny there
is been eehSlUfAbM liberaliza-
the lift of the cadet
U. Gen. Garrison H. Davidson,
sufltrirttenaent of the USMA. has
BlM that his own sons haVt rW-
tn him I f rein viewpoint oil
some of the long-eBtaBllehetl
traaitions of the academy. I
In audition te a more liberal
leave peliey, hazln Is'a thlria of
the past, according to Gin. Da-
Most important chahgC of all,
howevef W the mtieh gfeater- ac accent
cent accent rn "positiv leadership." By
tnis the general meins thtt
ttinen a nlMf. i.i mitiished for
sflffle InfrlCtiOh, he Is ntlie t
unierstlrtfl the rellotM iMhlflO
the rule thtt lift vioiAttd.
These ehltltel have btln
BfOUght tBdut MSB UN they pro pro-flue
flue pro-flue setter soldiers, During
WMIfl WRr II it was found that
a man trained unoer more lib liberal
eral liberal conditions, that is, strict
lit sympathetic was apt to do
more thinking as well as to be
better Asclpl"hed. fw. cBBtrtW
to puir& opifiwn, a libefii mi
cy With Utfttlties f 6f ffiisBehaViOH
improves diseiplifr. it teiehts
a in to aiscioiirie nimseit ana
ves hlffl ft retet Aenee of te
As Davidson's "2500 sons" fol follow
low follow thrOUin On his hlW poiiey,
8fe and rnofe younq iBplrants
Aft thinking Of applyinf for ap-
pointment to the "Point."
Here in usaruabib a fori
rlavton enlisted man has fol
lowed in the footsteps of Fort
(lullr-lc's Lt Tom Breznik. Brez
the f i-BtaffiM lh this eom
mand to apply fbr the UflMA thll
f3p2 Geraia k. Mcuaiiiawr oi
the Sienal Service. Port Oltytoh,
recently forwarded his applica
tion. He comes from acrantoh,
LONDON (UP) Mrs. Phyllis
Buriess received a divorce from
her husoand, Ronald, ifter teiui'
vli)g that for a major portion of
their ii-yeir mtrnue he said
"goodbye" to her in the momin,
"heiV 1H tht evening, and noth
A K J 8 3 2
S If .If 9
No one vulnerabie; ffOMh
- And South do on score
North Rial Sdulh West
IV' Pail 14 Piss
Opehlrtf. led- 2
Larceny Lou had some support
for hearts Arid tiad every reason to
expect that North could make
sdrne contract in that suit if al
JdWed tO Bliy lt. He also noted
tlllt the MOBde suit probably be
longed to East Ana west Aim mu
one spade in an effort to steal the
Uit from tijem. . ..
His effort suceeeaeei too wen. He
atMe the snides from nil otltio-
rithts all risht bat he also stole the
hearts from his, partner. With 90
oft score. North pissed anti lou
hit! to struggle with ah irhpoSsl irhpoSsl-blf
blf irhpoSsl-blf contract. ,
Lou recognized the opening lead
for a singleton and went right Up
with dummy's see. A low club was
led and East took his ace and
played the queen.
Lou's king ot citiM Jnaoe ms sec second
ond second trick antt he flMfed A hertrt.
West diicardiH tn lour oi aia aia-ntOnds
ntOnds aia-ntOnds And nW Lou had three
tricks. His next plAys were the
acfe and deuce of diamonds. Wfesf
was in With tht king and led a
Lou trumped this for his fifth
trick art died a third .diamond. Now
it was too late for West to beat
the harld. Actually he discarded
his last club Attd Lou wal able to
ntAke one of dummy's small
trumps for trick six. The ace 01
tyumps was 1 legitimate tric't
North could have made three
hearts by cartful play, but East
and West could surely have made
two ro three spades and would
have found the suit against any
one but Lou. So in Lou's case, At
letst, crime continues to pay.
Q-mWWlRi ha Beth:
North East South West
1 Pass i A Paw
3 4 Pass1 3 Piss
3 A Pass 4 4 PKS
4 Pass ?
48 7 VK J6 AQ 109 65 4AQJ
What do you do?
A Pas. You have told ydttr
fill story and your partner has
made a bid that you tan pass
s TODAY'S tWESTlON
Instead- Of bidding four hearts1
your partner has bid Ave dia
monds. What do you do?
... ... .
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Ted Williams' Publicized Ankle Goes On Exhibition Today
5NRADO SARGEAN f
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Major Leagues Officially
Open '5$ Spring Training
By FRED DOWN
NEW, YORK, March 1 (UP) Ted Williams
puts the most publicized ankle this side of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood on exhibition for the first time this spring to today
day today when he officially starts his 17th campaign with
the Boston Red Sox.
The 37-year old Wil hams who
won bis fifth American-League
batting title with a .388 average
last season, has been undergoing
Seatment for an ankle injury suf suffered
fered suffered while fishing last fall ui Can
da Red Sox trainer Jack Fad Fad-den'
den' Fad-den' saVs the W-rrw,.
Ted's training but Red Sox play
r won't be satisfied until tney
we Williams take his famous cut
Williams insists "anything is pos pos-gible"
gible" pos-gible" for him this year -if ne
makes a good start.
"I was able to train hard
without injury In the apring for
ithe first time in years last sea season
son season and I hit .388," he says.
"Give me another good spring,
plus good start and why can't
I do it again?"
General manager Joe Cronin re reduced
duced reduced the Red Sox' unsigned list
to one player on the eve of the
"big opening" when catcher Sam Sammy
my Sammy White and infielder Rilly Klaus
agreed to terms. White hit .215 in
111 games last season and his job
is in jeopardy. Klaus hit .252 in
' 127 games.
At St. Petersburg, Fla., mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, manager Fred Hutchinson
announced that he will put the St.
Louis Cardinals' new infield on
display, Monday. The infield will
have Stan Musial at first base, Don
Blasingame at second. Eddie Kas Kas-ko
ko Kas-ko at short and Alvin Dark at
third. Musial, seven-time National
League batting champion, weighs
185 two pounds over his playing
Manager Paul Richards of the
Baltimore Orioles was annoyed
when he received a message from
Cuba that shortstop Willie Miranda
(TODAY ENCANTO v35- 201
Sophia Lor en in
I "PRIDE AND THE
! Brian Donlew in
"ENEMY FROM SPACE"
Till) A -tlttntrax-W AY
CAP IT OLIO
35c. i 20c
THE PRINCE AND
with M. Monroe
with G. Montgomery
T 6 D A Y
I i R E A
TM YOUR LAW
will be "eight days late" reporting
to Scottsdale, Ariz. rt
Miranda, fined $1,000 for being
three weeks lade last spring, got
a raise this year on a promise
he would be on time. Ha mes messaged
saged messaged the skeptical Richards
that he's involved in "transpor "transportation
tation "transportation difficulties." 1
Ted Kluszewski worked out with
the Pittsburgh Pirates for the sec
ond straight day -and reported no
recurrence of his back ailment.
Ted, acquired from the Cincinnati
Redlegs this winter, is the Pirates
big hope to provide the power they
need to step up into the first di division.
vision. division. NEWS FROM OTHER CAMPS:
General manager Frank Lane and
manager Bobby Bragan of the
Cleveland Indians agreed that Min
nie Mifioso will play left field r-
and not be tried in center.. Tom
Bowers, Red Worthington, Don
Zanni, Mike McCormick, Dave
Jolly, Joe Shipley and Joe Mar Mar-gpneri
gpneri Mar-gpneri were the pitchers assigned
to work m the San Francisco Gi Giants'
ants' Giants' intra-squad game today.
Tom Sturdivant, a 16-game win winner
ner winner in each of the last two seasons,
signed with the New York Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. He is. the only Yankee so far
who has taken his case to general
manager George Weiss. ..manager
Walt Alston watched closely as
rookie Bobby Lillis, up from St.
Paul in the American' Association,
worked out with the Los Angeles
Dodgers for tfie first time. Char Charley
ley Charley Neal may be switched to sec second
ond second base if Lillis impresses enough.
Outfielder AI Smith left the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox at Tampa, Fla.,
for treatment in Chicago of a
growth above his right, ankle. .
manager Cookie Lavagetto said
he'll experiment with athree-ball,
two-strike count instead of the tra
ditional four-and-three in today's
intrasquad game ... Havana re reported
ported reported that Mifioso and Washing
ton's Pedro Ramos and Julio Bec-
quer left by ferry for Key West,
Fla. All had their cars with .them
...George Crowe, last Cincinnati
with Jock Mahoney
- Also: -FLOOD
' with George Nader
MAN IN THE SKT
with Jack Hawkins
T WFEKEND R li
.yet yon tell me o forget
about Violence and Murder!"
Wnttm b U nL L MM PntaedH AiM MSMilH a mum
TODAY MIDNIGHT SHOW I
at JANE RUSSELL in
11:00 p.m. "FOX F J R E
Ahernathy Uni sport
C. N. Pan Liquido
Ft. Kobbe H. Co.
1st. Battle Group
LIBBY FOODS UPSET
FT. KOBBE REGULARS
Don Bowen's food producers,
Libby Foods, surprisingly broke
into the Pacific Softball League
win column by upsetting Ft. Kob
be's Svkes Regulars 12-to-4.
Willie Bowman was the fame's
hery. bringing homeLibby's first
win this season a six-hitter over
Kobbe' s Nieto nd reliever Cham
A homer by Tochterman in the
Fifth clamped the game lor lid
K Fnntc whilp most of the win
nprs runs were acauired in the
early frames. Four runs each in
th first and' second were enough
to back the support given oy ud
by Foods to Bowman.
Ft. Kobbe loss merely came
after costly errors that had smiles
all over thi red and white Libby
Sceere by Innings
c-vVm Rpffulars 030 000 1 4 6
T iKKv Wnrid. M41 030 X 12 9
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Happened to ..
LUIS ANGEL FIRPO
Luis Angel Firpo, the "wild bull
of the Pampas," was the victim
but almost the winner in perhaps
the most thrilling heavyweigm
championship fight hi history. On
u. nf Sent. 14. 1923, Ihe
powerful but unskilled Firpo
blasted jacx uempscy v.c
.i .l. ;., in tho first round.
oi me is ,
Dazed, Dempsey struggled back
not entirely unaseisieu,
i u. ..;i and eventually re-
tained his title by flooring Firpo
nine times before tne nnai
in the second round, mm whs
high point and the end of Firpo s
short boxmg career. . ;
Whatever happened to Luis Fir
. n m J n.... fil hA in a IrOS
po t Lway, i
nerous cattle racher near Buenos
A 1 1 -.rrnAm llamniOV
AITVS IUU i,CKaMo wvihi.ii
vhom he has visited on trips to
the U.S., as one of his greatest
A 4 I
BLOOD AND SAND Colombia's contribution to the dangerous sprt oMhe "cape and sword"
Vasquez II will make his local debut at La Macarena bull ring tomorrow afternoon at
4:30. Vasquez II will work two bulls while Mexico's Miguel Angel, who was a hit during the
season's opening bullfights, will alternate with two other bulls. Vasquez- is shown here per performing
forming performing a difficult pass recently in Bogota.
Champ Montreal Canadians
May Set 4 Hockey Records
Runnerup Kobbe, Loop Leading
I f, ...j;". V.
Albrook Win In PAAF Games
PAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS
as of Feb. 20)
Won Lost GB
14 4 .1.
Albrook AFB ..
Fort Kobbe. ..
Fort Clayton .
Fort Amador .
Clayton 10, Amador 4
Albrook 8, AA 6
Kobbe 16, Amador 0
Clayton 10, AA 3
Kobbe 6, Clayton 5
Albrook 10, Amador 8.
Despite a last-ditch, flve-ruti
ninth inning rally by the never
say-die Fort Clayton Cavaliers,
Fort Kobbe's Regulars emerged
victorious 6-5 Wednesday after
noon at Kobbe's Kencher Field
Vol ( Vi VtT lllamsnn D a ff it 1 a v
"".I, ...,.,1,,, J.V V. & U .
righthander, coasted into the fl
nai canto with a 6-0 margin and
had only one base hit. Then the
Cavaliers came to life. Banging
out four base hits, the Cavaliers
pushed five big runs across the
plate before the flreballer man managed
aged managed to get the side out.
Centerfielder Gary Davis pac paced
ed paced the Fort Kobbe hitters with
three hits In four trips to the
plate including a ,double. First
baseman Cal Edehlll collected a
double. No Cavalier batter got
more man one nil.
In Up And Down Career Today
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Ted Wil
liams faces another crisis today
in a career which has had more
ups and downs than a run away
The, splendid splinter reports,
along with the other regulars, to
the Boston Red Sox spring train training
ing training camp. But he does so hesi hesitantly.
tantly. hesitantly. For Williams has confided to
friends that the ankle he sprain
ed while fismng last tan pains
him sharply and constantly.
Doctors have assured him that
the ankle will be all right. Yet the
pain refuses to go away and Wil
Hams is worried that there may
be a permanent nerve .n jury.
Still, you can't bet against Ted
even though he feels as if he is
walking on a pin cushion. He has
proved too often'the soundness of
the old adage that you oan't koep
a good man down. Ana, whetner
vou like him nersonsilly or not
that's the five time American
League batting champion.
Robbed of Honors
Ted. who was robbed of Most
Valuable Player honors in a cock
eyed vote after winning the bat batting
ting batting and slugging championships
last season, has come back often
before. The record is a tribute to
his courage as well as his class.
The last man to hit .400, with
his .406 in 1941, he repeated as
batting champion in 1942 and then
spent three years in service dur during
ing during World War II as a Marine fly flyer.
er. flyer. Coming back, he finished sec second
ond second in the batting race in 1946
and then won two titles in a row.
Then, in 1952, he was hitting .400
in six games when he was -recalled
to combat action in Korea
at the age of 34.
Ted got back late in 1953, hit hitting
ting hitting .407 in 37 games, and was
eagerly anticipating the 1954 cam
paign. So what happened? He re
Both hurlers went the route
with Williamson getting his third
win in three decisions and Clay
ton's Cy Brady (4-4) the loss.
Wednesday night Fort Ama
dor's fourth-place Troopers
jumped off to a 7-0 lead over Al
brook in one and one-hair in
nings but couldn't hold onto the
lead and fell before the oniush oniush-ing
ing oniush-ing Fryers, 10-8.
Trailing 7-0, Albrook picked up
one run in the bottom of the sec second
ond second and then exploded for six
hits and seven runs in the fifth
inning to go ahead 8-7. They in increased
creased increased the lead to 10-7 with one
run in the sixth and seventh in in-nines
nines in-nines and then, held off a belat
ed Amador rally in the eighth
and ninth stanzas to cop the
Wt 1 v ') i f.
Arnie Daniel and Bob Langef
paced the Albrook batters with
three hits apiece, irv riaynes ana
Jack Kaps led the Amador hh hh-ters
ters hh-ters with two safeties apiece.
Big Dick Greenfield relieved
starter Carl Smith and pitched
6-23 innings to gain credit for
his sixth win in eight decisions.
Bob Hansen pitched one inning
of relief for Greenfield.
Jack Kaps and Mike Rivera
pitched four innings "each for
Amador with Riyera being
charged with the loss. His record
is now 0-1.
ported for spring training and had
been on the field 10 minutes when
he took a tumble and suffered -a
broken left shoulder. A steel pin
was inserted to hold the shoulder
togerther and Ted returned to ac
tion in mid-May.
v All he did that season was hat
.345 in 117 games but was ruled
ineligible for the batting champion championship
ship championship because he was 14 trips srort
oi ine required 400 at bats.
Ted, who now has an amazin?
.350 lifetime average, slioned in
the ahftWAi hnnoa i-n 41,.. r
1956 and injured his left iiUtep.
He couldn't start for five week
but came back to play 136 earnes.
30 of them as a pinch-hitter, and
Most Dangerous Hitter
Last season, at 39. he was sen sensational.
sational. sensational. The perennial kid"' be
came the oldest batting champ
with a .388 mark, 23 points uead
of second place Mickey Mantle
and still was the mosf tljnsprnns
hitter in the eyes of the pitchers
ire receiver ii MtcnMonal
walks against 23 for Mantle.
Williams also won his ninth
slugging crown with a .731 aver average
age average bas4d on 307 total bases in
420 at bats, the highest mark in
the majors in 16 years. The best
before was a .735 mark also his.
Ty Cobb said recently that Wil
liaihs should be as effective as
ever until he is 43, an age at
which the "Georgia Peach" also
called it quits. Williams indicated
that he felt the same way by es estimating
timating estimating he had "several", sea seasons
sons seasons left.
Williams is at an age where
that painful ankle chin possibly
could force him to the sidelines
before even hee expected. But'a
heartening aspect is the manner
in which he has beaten the Fates
and the fractures so often in the
MONTREAL fUfl-The Mont
real Canadiens their 10th Nation
al Hockey LeLague championship
clinched at one of the earliest
dates in history may write a
grand climax to their fabulous
season by equalling or setting
four league records.
The Canadiens mathematically
wrapped up .the title when they
wnpped the Toronto Maple Leafs
41, Thursday night to give them
85 points in 60 games. The second
place New York. Rangers would
finish with only 84 points if they
won their last 11 games and the
Canadiens lost their last 10.
But cOach Toe Blake made it
plain that he'll do everything be
can to keep the Canadiens up
for the Stanley Cup playoffs
and that could mean a netlull of
new marks for his team.
scoring 23 goals in their
last 10- games (only 2.3 per
game), the Canadiens will equal
the alitime mark of 236 set by
Detroit in 195051.
By winning seven of their last
10 games the Canadiens would
equal the record of., 45 wins in a
Season by the 195556 Montreal
dub. The Canadiens' current rec
ord is 38 wins, 13 losses and nine
Eight wins from now until the
end of the season would enable
the Canadiens to equal the 195051
Detroit Club's mark of 101 points
in a season.
The' Canadiens' current mar
edn of 2 p3oints over the second
place Rangers is only one point
fewer than the aiiume winning
margin of 24 points established by
the 195556 Montreal club. Six or
seven more victories probably
would be enough to give them
"The Stanley Cup is the tblg
thing, of course," said Blake in
the surprisingly subdued Mom
real dressing room. "We want to
win that more than we want to
accomplish anything else..
"But," he added, "it would be
nice to ecnial or set at least some
of those records and you can bet
we'll be going allout in every
came. If we let down in our re
mainine leaeue flames, how can
we be sure we can get 'up' again
for the playoffs'
Buffalo ,Tchrs. 83 Albany N.Y.) 54
Cortland 65 Potsdame 48 s
Oswego 68 Oneonta St. 59
Iona 82 St. Francis (N.Y.) 77
I Wagner 51aHf,str; t2,
Syracuse 66 Colgate 52
Rutgers 76 Montclair Tchrs. 73
Utica 70 Harpur 56
Pittsburgh 75 Westminister 74
Manhattan 95 New York U. 77
Plattsburg St. 75 iBrockport St. 59
Morgan St. 76 Elizabeth City 73
Virginia St. 75 Vayetteville 60
Furman 90 Citadel 74
Tenn. Wes. 61 ErooryaHenry 43
Mississippi St. 91 Mississippi 60
Beilarmjne 63 Berea 50
Milligan 72 Tucukim 55
Transvlvania 89 Plkeville 79
North State Conference Toornoy
At Lexinaton, N. C. (1st ROtttKi)
Western Carolina 68 Elon 57
Lenoir Rhyne 77 Catawba 7
John Carroll 74 Wayne St. U. 57
Findlav 119 Denison 8
Augsburg 88 Concordia 78
Dayton 103 Loyola (La.) 69
Drake 94 Marquette 76
Southwestern Kan. 58 Emporia 57
Arkansas Tchrs 95 Ark. Col. 81
Idaho St. 91 Colorado Mines 42
Utah 74 Brigham Youug 56
PITTSBURGH (UP)- Al Kb Kb-ski,
ski, Kb-ski, veteran minor league player
and manager, has been named
manager of the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' new farm club Jt San An An-gelo,
gelo, An-gelo, Tex., in the newly formed
Sophomore League. Kubski, 8, is
a native of Baltimore.
TNTH CARIBBEAN SERIES
C P PR V W
Totals.. 2 3
The line scores:
Cuba 020 003 500-10 13 0
Venezuela 000 001 010- 2- 7 5
Cuba FbrnielWn.tn an v..
Sanchez (7), Cirimele. (7), .Alvarez
9) and Ratfov I
Panama 000 000 000-0 2
Puerto Rico 203tKB 00x IB
Manama Davi rn.n it.
Driest a) and Shantz; Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico -i Pizarro fl-0) anrf Thomo.
-uoa 000 000 000- O 4 0
Panama 000 050 Ota s m n
UUOa Kamos fO-lV irin tr.
Oliva (5), Werle (8) and Noble;'
x-diidina noDinson (l-o) andtto andtto-bos.
bos. andtto-bos. Seconal Gam.
Puerto Rico 410 010 060-6 9 1
Venezuela 000 000 100 1 8 0
Puerto Rico Nelson (Mi) and
inomas; Venezuela Monzant (0 (0-lVLadera
lVLadera (0-lVLadera (1), Cirimele (8) and
Manama 010 000 00fti s i
Venezuela 010 220 00x-5 in n
Panama Benedict fO-D. Avl-
mer (8) and Cbbos; Venezuela
Bracho (1-0) and Battey.
Puerto Rico 200 ooo 2oni a n
Cuba 100 200 002 i in 1
Puerto Rico Santiaeo. Frira-
no (0-1)', X9), Pizarro '9) and
Thomas; Cuba Shaw, Ramos (1 (1-1)
1) (1-1) (7) and Noble.
aiATiSTics of the recent Ca-
riDDean series neid in Puerto R on
provide many, indications of the
creditable showing made by Pana Panama
ma Panama in the tenth renewal of the an annual
nual annual classic.
am tne great job done by the
Panamanian who played a kev rnl
in all of the series games at San
Juan's ancient Sixto Escobar Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, is hot shown in those rnlri
You had Jo see the man in ac action
tion action to appreciate his work. The
man in question is umpire Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo (Willie) Hinds, who hecama
the first native son to represent
Panama as an arbiter in a Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Series.
Hinds, a veteran of 17 vearx In
the umpiring profession, is the
dean of active Panamanian arhi-
icio, auu nas oeen a memDer ot
ij 1 i
me ranama fro League staff
since the loop's foceptkm in 1945.
As is the custom in Panama, the
balding, six-foot-three, 235-powid
man in blue, down through the
years had called 'em in a tieless
and coatiess uniform.
But fop his San Juan dutv Hindi.
like Venezuela's Roberto Olivo.
appeared every night smart!?
dressed in a full suit and tie. The
qjher two umpires, Cuba's Bob
Burns and Puerto Rico's Don Fish
er, wore the more comfortable,
uui incomplete uniforms.'
Burns, who worked in the Dom Dominican
inican Dominican Republic during the nast
winter, was assigned to represent
Cuba because the Cuban League
failed Itp send one of its umpires.
THERE WERE hardly anv
squawks about the plays called by
Hinds, during the 12 contests.
btrangely enough, the only loud
protests came from the Panama
players following a disputed play
in the fourth inning of the second
game with Puerto Rico in which
both Fisher (at second base) and
Hinds (at third base) were involv
The heated argument started
after Fisher ruled that leftfiider
Ronnie Samford had made a shoe
string catch of a sinking liner off
the bat of Billy Shantz with Ihe
bases loaded with one out and the
score tied 1-1.
Whitey Schmidt, who had scored
from (bird without tagging up on
the assumption that the ball had
drooped in safely, was called out
by Hinds after the, ball was thrown
to third base and 'Schmidt was not
So, instead of' being credited
wtih a hit, a RBI, and starting a
rally for his team, .Shantz and his
mates found that the catcher had
hit into an inning-ending double
The angy, disappointed players
cussed out Hinds for a good three
minutes, but he stood on the basis
of Fisher's decision regarding
ShaaU' blow.. i,
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Venezuela 440 000 000-13 0
Cuba ooo 001 oooi a 1
Venezuela Mnmmnt n.i nnA
attey; Cuba Fnrnipfoc run
Oliva (2), Werle (8) and Noble.
Puerto. Rico 000102 0QO-3 9 4
Panama 010 033 l3x it n. i
Puerto Rieb vrhounn tt.?
Blaylock (5), Deliepd (7) and
Thomas; Panama Duser (10)
000 000 001- 1 8 5
533 011 20Y15 17 A
Pahama Umbricht fo-ii. AmU
mer (1), Franco (3) and Shantzi
Ramos (2-1) and Noble.
Venezuela 010 200 0306 7 2
Puerto Rico 003 030 0017 13 j
Venezuela Cueche, Ladera (3),
Brancho (l-l) (8) and Battey;
ru,ertVC0 Prro, Santiago
(8) and Thomas.
T 1 L
Venezuela 000 020 000--2 1 0 0
Panama 103 01000x-5 11 0
Venezuela Bracho (1-2), Mon Monzant
zant Monzant (3), Cueche (5) and Battey;
Panama Robinson (2-0) and Co Co-bos.
bos. Co-bos. Second Game
Cuba 000 000 002-2 6 1
Puerto Rico 000 000 000- 0 3
Cuba Shaw (1:0) and Noble Noble-Puerto
Puerto Noble-Puerto Rico Nelson (l-l) and'
Almost everywhere on want
during the series there was favo favorable
rable favorable comment about Hinds' um umpiring
piring umpiring and he had a hard time
convincing Fisher and Burns that
he had never umpired out of Pan
ama, mey both insisted that he
must have had Stateside experi
Probably the' most significant
compliment paid Hinds came from
National Association president
George M. Trautman who "shook
his hand and told him after the Se Series
ries Series was over: "You did a darn
WILLIE HINDS collected only a
modest sum from the financially
weak Panama League, which took
a bad beating this year.
Willie did not receive anything
near the $1000 fee and $27 a day
expense account which the rich
Venezuela League paid Olivo.
But Willie can be as nroud of
himself as his fellow Panamanians
are of him.
Let him be assured that Traut Traut-man's
man's Traut-man's words, 'You did a darn fine'
job," were as true as any ever ut uttered
tered uttered by that plainspoken baseball
Pacific Cricket pop
To Open Tomorrow
Cricketers and fans are remind reminded
ed reminded that the Pacific Cricket League
will be opened tomorrow at Pa Pa-raisO
raisO Pa-raisO with a match between th
Ckvelly C.C., last year's champion
and Paraiso C.C.
Game starts ai 12:30 p.m.
A R AGON TO MEET VEJAR
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UP) -Art
Aragon of Los Angeles has signed
to meet. Chico Vejar of Stamford,
Conn., in a 10-round bctf at the
Hollywood Legion Stadium, Marco
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iJuly 2-5 The Huskies have been barred" from National Collegiate Athletic Association regat regattas
tas regattas because of too vigorous football recruiting. No fewer than 142 oarsmen turned out.
Basketball Bettors Blocked
Only By Jimid Pricemakers
(ete Nakamura To Get Chance
"o Prove He's No One-Shotter'
' By OSCAR FRALIY
InIW YORK (UP) The Japa Japanese
nese Japanese aandman is going to get a
dftnce to prove that he wasn t a
That's little Pete Nakamura,
w lo beat the world'! best golfers,
ineluding Sam Snead and Jimmy
D maret, in the International Tro Tro-b
b Tro-b y matches at Tokyo last Octo Octo-h
h Octo-h r. Completing a grand slam, he
aid hit partner, Koshi Oho, also
copped the two-man Canada Cup
Now they are coming here to
eompete in the Masters Tourna Tourna-knent
knent Tourna-knent at Aususta. April 3-6, and
. i a nAoaini iiv in a i nnv win
lay a Miantt. exhibition against
nead and Demaret.
i Snead would probably walk to
Jjliami from Boca JEtaton anu De-
maret conceivably wouia truuge
all the way from Houston tor an
tiler crack at the two Japanese.
Because Sam and Jimmy were
"all shook up the d
played the two Japanese he,
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Balboa High Defeats Kent;
Takes Pacific Twiloop Lead
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Team Won Lost Pet.
Balboa High School 6 4 .600
Kent Cigarettes. . 7 5 .583
Lueky Strike 6 .501
Jrnior College .... 3 7 .3M
Balboa High 4, Kent 1
NEXT GAME Monday Night
Junior College vs. Lucky Strike
ARMED FOR REBOUND Scrambling in the -foreground
under the St. Louis basket at the Detroit Olympia are, left
to right, Jack Coleman of the Hawks and the Minneapolis
Lakers' Larry Foust and Art Spoelstra. Lakers wqrt in overtime.
Wen Hands Down.
Nakamura shot a three
r 68 that day and Ono
lie Demawt had an even par
and snead bounced to a 74.
the tournament was over.
kamura had walked off with
the Individual low with a 10-un
r-par 274 against Snead's sec
a place 281. The Japanese won
th team title with an fl-uttder-pfer
557 against the Snead-Denur-ei
second place total of 568.
Demaret had a bemused look on
bis face after that round with the
two Japanese olavers.
mey aon t hit the ball out of
tkeir own shadow," he grinned.
but how they can score.".
"Every time I looked at m."
e said, "all I see is arm and
slbows as they bent- over to pick
neir sau out 01 me cup.
The two Japanese oiavera were
red hot. For example, on one nine
mow-stretch the tiny, squat Naka-
inura was in rive traps and fin
jnea the nine holes five under
mar. He holed out ffom three
traps and one-putted after exolod
ing lrom the other two.
Practiced a Let
They had practiced assiduously
for that tournament, even tbotgh
they were given little chances in
pre-tournament figures among the
best pairs from 30 other nations.
The ever-smiling Nakamura nad
worked so long that he had a
callous the size 'of a walnut on
the calm of his left hand from
the constant rubbing of the end of
the club shaft. One, a lanky Man Man-churlan
churlan Man-churlan who is a naturalized Jap Japanese,
anese, Japanese, also had practiced end endlessly.
lessly. endlessly. The Japanese players will be at
a disadvantage of sorts here be because
cause because they must use the larger
American ball instead of the
smaller British ball which is
used in Japan. In international
matches, players may Use either
ball. But in tournaments and ex
hibitions here they would use the
'It wouldn't matter to me
which ball thev used." Snead said
when edvised they were coining
to the United States. "They won
fair and square in Tokyo but
I'd sure like another crack at
Iheth If a game could he ar
Neither Snead or Demaret has
forgotten that seven-stroke shel shellacking
lacking shellacking they took from the two
Japanese in that head and head
round at Tokyo, You can find an
inference in Sam's tone that there
would be courtesy but no, mercy
if they ever hook up again.
Little Pete, who looks like an
Oriental Gene Sarazen, had really
better be ready this time.
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) There
are several reasons why i h e
New York betting crowd a grum grumbling
bling grumbling these wintry days."
They are receiving no coopera cooperation,
tion, cooperation, for exan'pie, from the police
department. This was: made clear
in Brooklyn the other r,ifht when
a game of chance played with
dwrm by Anniello Krcole, or
Mr. T as fighters he managed
called him, was raided by con constabulary
stabulary constabulary and 62 players were
carted to the poky.
Then there is the policy pur
sued by Florida race tracks of
holding up. transmission of results
for a full ahlf hour. Beoaas? of
this, the superior player in Nw
York can be found !aneing a-
round until almost seven o'clock
at night waiting for the ninth at
It Is bad enough fending off a
wife because you've lost money
betting without compouding the
felony by coming home too lave
FINALLY, Hi BASK ST 3 ALL
handicappers have shown virtual virtually
ly virtually no moxie. Game after game
has been taKen on me ooarus oj
bookmakers, not due to fixing
possibilities but because no au
thorltatlve line has been issued.
"If; say, Maurice Stokes of the
Vmc nhat Rova s is hurt.' a DOOS
maker moans, "the handicappers
won't issue a price. They try to
tell you that without a stickout
like Stokes a team should, be a
big underdog. (But sometimes a
team plays over its neau wnno-ji
the star, me priceiiiancia
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scored a moment later on anoth-i Morris. 2b
er passed ball. Ryter. ss.
Schoch held Kent to a single Ness, lb.,
in the fourth and a single in the Horine If
sixin wiin oniy iour men reacn-i Trimble, c
RID WINOS LOSI M1CK0SKI
DETROIT (UP) Left wing
Nick Mickoski today became the
18th player lost to the Detroit Red
Wings this season when it was re
ported he has developed phlebitis
in his left leg and will be out
of action indefinitely. Mickoski in-
lured the knee Feb. 16 and the
phlebitis apparently was an out
growtiP of the injury.
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PIqxq de Toros LA MACARENA
Empresa Taurina Panamena-Mexicana
j Announce with pleasure to Panamanian fans
the presentation of the
2nd Bullfight of the Season
SUNDAY, MARCH 2 AT 4:30 P.M.
4 MEXICAN BORN BULLS L
! New Stock from the Breed of the Bros. Jim
with the reappearance of the Bullfighter
Mivjutu ANistL (Mexican)
icnez ael Moral
and presentation of the hero of Plasa Santamaria
YASQUEZ II (Colombian)
With their respective Bandillera Men and Horsemen
S3.00 Bleacher ...:$1,50
(Children) J.00 Bleachers (Children .1. 0.75
want to dabble in human nature,
so they take the game oft 4 Ira
"Next thing you know everybo everybody
dy everybody is around saying the game
was taken down because of a fix
and people start shying away
hottinff the baskets, it s bad
for business. The people solving
out a line are paid good m.mcy
their responsibility to come
up with a price on every game.
The bettors are eager for action,
but there has to be a price.
'tui siason. FOR exam
ple, the pricemakers wouldnt
give us anything to work on yi
?h. Philadelphia Warriors. Right
euervhodv started aying
net w .
.ktno- watt wrrniss una t n e
:;:. wrote about it. Ther
..... .mtrtfnff the matter with
the club, that's all. They were
ni.vine mueh worse than .they
should have. They were down
n..f 4hv ad the COOd 10 DOSt 8
nuhmtv. That guy Neil Johnston
41 J PCVW 1
"So the' handicappers five that
the human nature bit. They lont
,,n with a orlce. 'That club
got dissension,' they tell me. We
don't want to touch them until
thev straighten themselves ou and
ti.vins likP they can.'
Sinn yimj- m ----- - ,.
"That's fine but n ooesn i niii
. ty.u o.t (Via
urn- rmsiness. rcuwn;
wrong idea and they shy away
from hetthig the baskets. And e-
ven little kjds on tne stress m
we got to mane
BOXING LIIAVIS MiN who
in.. ht!na action in an even
i'" v,t one informed box
tag man betting a few hundred
dollars on an average televised
M.i.t nhanffes the price. There s
ii... iiftiA wa0irine.
Am r.Kcnt niaht we stood
n the front wall, as
"uu "n w..t 49th Street, of
rV"1.7 Hotel while a fight
guy tried to get rid of $500 worth
.Vy.ntiAn nn some nondescrtpt
match scheduled to go off at 10
0'CHlChad to dole it out SW at
time to anybody who would take
it. In the not too long ago,
lir McGinley, Pete Reilly
Glassman would walk Into the
Madison Sauure Girden lobby an,
and bet $10,000 on the main e e-vent
vent e-vent just like they were saying
hAs' the oldest, bettors teU ypo,
the winters get colder every year.
MIAMI BEACH, Carmen Ba Ba-silio
silio Ba-silio had rejiggered his schedule
to accommodate the critical
scrutiny of a few transient Jour Journalists,
nalists, Journalists, but overnight the Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Pip, a Florida version o(
Asian llu, had caught up witft
It' was characteristic of the
pleasant middleweight cham champion
pion champion that he must come 'to the
old Fifth Ave. gymnasium and
present his regrets in person;
against an obligate of unmusi unmusical
cal unmusical sniffles he admitted to a
parched throat and "stuffy
It's draughty in here ana i
picked up a bug. Just a com,
I'd say. But the doc wants me
to take it easy fo a day or so.
won't miss the worn at an.
I'm practically ready for the
florht. now anvwav.
p ... "n j
As uasino sweaterea up aKainai,
the cold, and talked our eyes
roamed over' the sparse, scrubby
place and occurred to us we
fcaye never seen one workout
gym that differed m any notice noticeable
able noticeable detail from another. This
could have been Stlllman's in
New York. Couln's In Chicago,
Faherty's in San Francisco.
. .Even the smells are the same,
dank and astringentg, curiously
reminiscent of old ponce sta
tions. A suggestive thought, but
one that would interest a socio
logist more than a sports re
porter. In the ring two big men
worked, their thudding feet and
wishing blows mingling in fam
iliar but distinctive Harmony.
One of the bla men was readi
ly recognized. Joe Maxim, the
cneerlui. timeless rine cypsy..
"I'm booking him into Germany,
Sweden, France, maybe even
"The car's waiting downstairs"
..uut oeiore he could disen
gage himself there was one more
question.. "If Robinson beats
you, will you try to regain the
the question neither embar
rassed hor offended Basilio. In
a level voice he said: "I'm kind
of a one-way thinker and all "m
thinking of now is beating Ro Robinson.
binson. Robinson. If you're asking me if I
can still make the welterweight
limit, the answer Is yes., and
because I can, I want to make
certain l won't have to'
uasiuo hadn't come throueh
very clearly; would he mind
playing that one back again.
"As a fight middleweight I
don't have to worry about the
scales. Meanwhile, I'd learned
how nice it is to sit down In a
restaurant and he able to say,
give me the worjks.L"
Morgan Schoch, righthanded
aee of the Schoolboys, pitched
the Bulldogs into first place
Wednesday night with a neat 4
to 1 victory over Kent Cigar Cigarettes.
ettes. Cigarettes. Schoch held the former
league leaders to four scattered
hits and would have had a shut
out except for a twd-base infield
error that put a run in scoring
position and led to the only Kent
run of the game.
Kent scored the run in the
third with Pete Salas collecting
a single for the second hit off
Schoch and advancing to third
base when Trimble's plckoff
throw went through Ness at first
base. Lombana followed Salas
With a base on balls and then
stole second base. Bob Carlin
laid down a bunt and Salas scor scored
ed scored as Schoch threw out Carlln at
first with Lombana going to
third base on the play. Schoch
struck out Tochterman for the
third out of the inning.
Bill Pretto gome alter ms
fourth win without a defeat had
no trouble with the Schoolboys
in the first three Innings retir
ing six batters on strikes, getting
four of them in succession until
he issued a walk to French in
the third inning. However, three
singles, two walks, & sacrifice
and a costly error at short gave
the BulWofrs three runs.
Don Ryter opened the inning
with the first hit off Pretto and
Gary Ness worked Pretto for a
base on balls to put the tie
breaking run at first base. Larry
Horine advanced the runners
laving down n MJerfect sacrifice
bunt. George Trimble singled to
score Ryter and Ness followed
hfH in when Marty Saks threw
wildlv to third base attempting
o cut, down Ness. Trimble scored
the third'lHigh School run after
stealing second base pnd coming
around to score on Schoch's sin
gle to rierht.
i The High School scored an in insurance
surance insurance run in the sixth when
Ryter singled and stole second.
A possed ball permitted Ryter to
reach third safely and Ryter
ing base in th? last four innings.
It was Schoch's third mound win
without a defeat in the Twiloop
and the big righthander struck
out eight batters and walked on
ly two in putting his team back
In the top rung.
Pretto suffered his first loss
after chalking up three straight
wins retiring rune patters on
strikes and grvin nn five bases
Don Ryter paced the winners
at the plate with two hits in four
trips while Rivera with two lor
three led the losers at the plate
Score by Innings
Balboa High School 000 300 1-
Schoch. p .
Kent Cigarettes AB
P. Salas, c. .. .. 4
Lombana, 2b .... 3
B. Carlin, lb .. ..2
Tochterman, If. .. 3
Rivera, cf 3
Blog, rf 2
M. Salas, ss 3
Pretto, p 3
T. McKeown, 3b . 2
yPedersen . .. 1
The box score:
001 000 01
xBatted for P. S a 1 a s in the
4 7th. yBatted for T. McKeown In
Balboa High Sch. ABB H PO A
French, cf.. .. ..3 0 0 2 0
the 7th. Struckout by Pretto 9,.
Schoch 8. Bases on balls
Pretto 5, Schoch 2. Sacrifices
Horine and Carlin. Umpires W.
Williams and Hilzlnger. Scorer Scorer-Mead.
Mead. Scorer-Mead. Time of Game 1:40.
Joe Brown Considers
Next Defense Of Title
HAVANA (UP) Lightweight
champion Joe Brown, unharmed
by Cuhan rebels or by southpaw
Orlando Echevarria, happily con considered
sidered considered his next defense of the
135-pound crbwn today, with his
unbeaten string of bouts stretched
to 16 by Wednesday night's tint tint-round
round tint-round knockout.
Brown of New Orleans floored
Cuban EcHevarria twice with
straight rights to the chin for a
knockout at 2:50 of the first round
at the ooening of 'Cuba's new
$2,000,000 Sports Palace, ringed
by hundreds of police and at least
a dozen prowl cars.
, Each of the estimated 10,000
spectators had been "frisked" for
weaDons as he entered the palace,
and the arena was studded with
Dolice. alerted following the. kid
naping Sunday of auto racer Juan
Manuel f angio.
It was the first fight ever tele
vised from 'overseas" to the
Louisiana Joe. who weighed
135ft pounds to Echevarri'i
136u, and did not risk his title,
said today his next defense might
be made against third-ranking
Ralph Dupas, also of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, "although of course that's
up to my manager."
Echevarria. 27. tried to make a
fight of it but was quickly out
gunned. He tore across the ring
and forced Brown into a corner
with a wild barrage of hooks. But,
32-year-old Brown came out and,
in an exchange, nailed Orlando
with a right to the jaw that
dropped him on his back for a
count of eight.
Echevarria rose, again rushed
the fast-stepping champion about
the ring and landed a few hooks.
Then Brown staggered him with
a left-right to the face. He fol followed
lowed followed the woozy but still-game
southpaw and smashed him on
the chin with another straight
right. Echevarria fell on his back
again and was counted out by ref referee
eree referee Johnny Cruz for the second
kayo and 20th defeat in his ca career
reer career of 70 bouts.
Brown, favored at 5-1, regis registered
tered registered his 31st knockout and 69th
victory in 94 bouts.
TICKETS SOLO AT: Refresqueria "MERCEDES," Cuba
Ave. and 36th Street, Tel. 3-6724; 'IBERIA" Restaurant,
Tel, 2-095; Hotel PANAMA HILTON. Tel. 3-1660: Taauilla
H l-i Pla-i (frrm Thunrinv t ?rnW n.m ) Tr-I S-M.
Russia, next summer," enllght
ened Jack Kearns, propped lan
guidly against the ring apron..
"He can still dick all the guys
they got over there.
"Not Russia,' protested Max
lm, a few minutes later, his
work for the day -done. "Once
they see me fight, they'll know
for sure they got nothing to
fear from America."
FIGHT CALLIO OFF
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UP)-Next
Monday night's scheduled bout be between
tween between Dave Rent of Battle, Ens Ens-land
land Ens-land and Ray Gamely of New York
has been called off because the
fecal promoter was unabhr ttrftir
Kearns echoed Maxim's laugh laughter....
ter.... laughter.... "There's a fellow who
can't, and never could, punch.
Yet we must have spilt, close to
a million dollars. It's a mystery
why some big fellows can punch
and some can't. Maxim can do
everything else as good as any
fighter that ever lived. But a
heavyweight without a punch.,
still, as I say, we made a lot of
Chris Dundee, the Tex Rick Rick-ard
ard Rick-ard of these parts, had joined
the Baslllo group.... "I'm see seeing
ing seeing that they Rut an electric electric-heater
heater electric-heater in your dressing room to
morrow.' The champion
smiled his thanks.... "That
really isn't necessary. I'll prob probably
ably probably he as good as new by then."
Someone asked Basilio if he
nadn't made a mistake in using
an upright stance In the early
rounds against Sugar Ray Ro Robinson
binson Robinson last September.
"I guess I did. To tell the
truth, I didn't realize I was so
upright until I saw the films of
the fight. I'm a small guy and
I've cot to crouch and weave.
and, of course, that's the only
sensible way to right Robinson
on account of his extra height
and reach. I'll make sure though
I'm crouehing from the start
when we meet next month in
Basilio has the fight films
with him; he and his co-manag
ers, joe weiro anu jonn oejonn,
hold frequent clinical sessions
as the stirring brawl is refouaht
in shadowy Images oh the small
silver screen in their hotel
The champion said, yet, in a
general sense, such sessions had
proven neipiui "you get a
clearer understanding of a
fighter's style and you see cer
tain moves you recognize as nat
ural and instinctive. You can be
pretty sure he'll make the same
moves m tne same situations
what had Basilio found out
about himself from the films?
"That I got hit too often.' he
xrowneo, renectiveiy rubbing
A gym attendant tapped the
champion on the shoulder....
DON'T LOSE HOPE
On March 12th you will know
all about the wonderful
held in store for you
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AIRLINER SETS RECORD
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) A
United Airlines DC7 knocked four
minutes off a 15-month-old com commercial
mercial commercial record last night
when it flew from New Yorft to
San Francisco in seven hours and
32 minutes. Company spokesmen
said the plane, piloted by Capt.
D. E. Tobie of Los Altos, Calif.,
averaged 375 miles an hour
Inspector General's Team
Due Tomorrow For Amy Visit
Maj. Gen. Edward H. McDan McDaniel,
iel, McDaniel, Deputy Inspector General, De Department
partment Department of the Army, will arrive
In U.S. Army Caribbean tomorrow
tor the annual general inspection
of Headquarters, USARCARIB, and
In New York
By DONALD 1 ROCKWELL
An engagement In the exlusive
Empire Room oj! the Waldorf Ho
fttl is an accolade for any enter
4tainer. The subdued elegance of
the rich decor and the cosmopo
litan character of the appreciative
patrons challenge .an artist to sur
i With suave Emil Coleman's su
perb music to back up her special
song material and breezy, inti
mate patter. toDsheif Peai-i Bat
ley really glows with sophisticat
A i- 1 1,.
u jui-aucsuence aner dinner and
for the midnight supper crowd.
A nostalgic note is introduced
wnen sne encores with that senti
mental oldie, "Bill Bailey. Won't
You Please Come Home.'' While
enjoying the taste worthy creations
to in waiaori s ginea cnei, danc
ers have a change of beat from
Coleman's velv.ety orchestra to
the exuberant rhythms of B e I a
Babai's gypsy band.
. Rememtrer Shirley Booth tn
"Come Back, v Little Sheba"?
She's just as wistfully lovable in
"Miss lsobel" at the Royale
JTheater a play that accompMsh accompMsh-s
s accompMsh-s the difficult task of making
the somewhat fanciful seem heart
Under less skillful direction the
jfragile beauty might have been
Jost and the whimsical inversion
of the mother -daughter relation relationship
ship relationship might well have become
unconvincing, but Cedric Hard-
wicke guided the proficient cast
with his customary sensitive
gauging of mood. Peter Larkin's
ingenious setting of an old man mansion
sion mansion and garden in San Francis
; co lends illusion to the production.
J. As a change from theater-gv, ng,
$ New Yorkers and outof-town vis-
J itors often attend the interesting
industrial expositions at the Co Co-'
' Co-' liseum in Columbus Circle. Re
cently the tour floors of this spa-
, cious exhibition palace have been
filled with 455 boats plus motors,
1 accessory equipment and gadgets,
J displayed by 399 exhibitors ir. the
; i 48th Annual National Mot'ir Boat
1 For ten days boating .mthusi
i psts7 and yachtsmen have been
I feasting their eyes on every typ
of craft from dinghy pram and
canoe to outboard rtC inboard
runabout, class .ail boat, sleek
t racing yacht and luxurious 'win
J screw cabin cruiser. Wood, steel,
- plywood and aluminum r u o b e d
i gunwales with molded plastic
beauties of startling streamline de
"sign and attractive new color
FLY TO SAN BEAS ISLANDS
Thirty minutes from Colon via 1
Smooth Coast a Air Route
- l'ortobelo and other Historic
towns In New
CESSNA 180 AIRPLANES
1 i '-jrl'icr i-'torp'dtlnn call
Tfls. 11 tt 4X
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just baft
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2kaJnMma t- --1 J I
t7fiarWiTlaV, HIM CVIfl WRTWP.
Phon. Pinama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
-4386. Now A Ih am bra Apart Apartment.
ment. Apartment. 1 Of h Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment rooms
$40.00. $25.00. Via Espana 50 50-10
10 50-10 A. Phono 3-3644.
FOR RENTIn modern concrete
house, clean furnished apart apartment
ment apartment includinq glassware, linens
etc., at Tivoli Avcnua. American
neighbors. $125.00. Phone 2 2-5377
5377 2-5377 Panama.
FOR RENT: Beautiful 4-bed-room
house unfurnished sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by garden, corner Via
Espana and Federico Boyd Ave.
opposite Catholic curcfi near
Hotel Panama Hilton. Telephone
WANTED TO RENT :- Amer American
ican American lady wants one bedroom
apartment furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. Tel. 83-6141.
across the country with the ehlp
of a mile-a-minute tailwind. The
revious record was also set by
special inspections of selected U.S.
Accompanying the general from
Washington will be Lt. Col. Ste Stephen
phen Stephen J. Beaudry an dLt. Col. Ralph
u. Mengel II,
Six members of the IG team ar
rived at three U.S. Army Missions
earlier this week. The inspections
of the missions in El Salvador,
Panama and Colombia were held
Wednesday, yesterday and today.
The three two-man teams will join
McDaniel for the inspection at
The general will arrive hart by
air from Puerto Rico after com completing
pleting completing an inspection there. Ha
arrived In U.S. Army Antilles
and the Military District of Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rice yesterday.
After an official call on Ma..
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, com commanding
manding commanding general, USARCARIB,
Monday morning, McDaniel and
his party will attend a command
briefing and planning conference.
Following a courtesy call on Maj.
Gen. Truman L. Landon, USAF,
commander in chief, Caribbean
Command at Quarry Heights, the
rest of the day will be devoted to
visiting the four general staff sec sections
tions sections and the Comptroller Section
Tuesday morning the general
will fly to the Atlantic side to in inspect
spect inspect the U.S. Army Caribbean
School at Fort Gulick. That after
noon he will visit the Junele War
fare Training Center at Fort Sher
man, where a class of the NCO
Academy of the 1st Battle Group,
20h Infantry, is presently training.
Wednesday, McDaniel will visit
the 1st Battle Group at Fort Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, IAGS and the 764th Antiaircraft
Battalion at Fort Clayton.
Thurrday will be devoted to
completing final Segments of the
inspection and prenarinq repots.
A conference will be held on Frl Frl-dav
dav Frl-dav and the cieneral and hi staff
will depart for Washington Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Aiding General McDaniel will he
his staff: Col. Ted I. Sawyer. Col.
Farold V. Maixner, Lt. Col. Tsaac
Hoppenstein, Beaudrv, Lt. Col. Fi-
jnos O. Briley, Lt. Col. Mentrel, Lt.
I Col. Leo W. Manning and Lt. Col.
i Walter K. Wojcik. f
STAMf OF PLENTY A
robed figure holding a horn of
plenty, symbolizing the bounti bountiful
ful bountiful earth, is the main feature of
a new three-cent stamp com commemorative
memorative commemorative of gardening and
horticulture. To be released at
Ithaca, N.Y., on March 15, the
stamp has a background ol
fruits, vegetables and shrubs. A
rose and a columbine, two of
the most Domilar fwirc ir,
US, appear in the upper right-'
hand corner. y
LEA YE TODS All OJIIH nm n mrm
VAN-OEB-JIS St Street No SS FARM
the Bella Vtata Theatre. COLON: Central Arena 12.165 ToL AH
FOR SALE. 1949 Chrysler 4
door 1958 Inspection $225.00.
2-4 J 97.
FOR SALE: 9 passenger station
wagon 1956 Chevrolet "210"
4 -dr. with standard shift, low
mileage, excellent condition.
FOR SALE: Late 1956 Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile 2-door Holiday coupe.
Perfect condition. One owner.
Famous 240-h.p. rockket engine,
exceptionally low mileage, hardly
breker-in. Fully factory equipped.
J e f a w a y hydramatic, power
brakes, duel exhaust, white side side-wall
wall side-wall tires, 'deluxe radio, under under-coating.
coating. under-coating. Beautiful 2-rona com combination
bination combination finish with matching
deluxe interior. Call Telephone
C. Z. 2-1604 (during working
hours) for appointment.
With F 1.2 Lens
Pan ami N. fork Col6n
temperature of the sun
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2318
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0SS2
February 9, 1958
Fldanqne Travel Service
Critics of Benson
By GOP Congress
WASHINGTON (UP) A group
o' Republican congressmen iouy
labeled critics of Agriculture Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Ezra Taft Benson "ignor "ignoramuses"
amuses" "ignoramuses" who will live to see his
The counterattack by Benson
supporters was the strongest in
manv months. It came after Pres-
iricnt p.ispnhower reiterated nis
backing for his embattled farm
chief and Benson nimsen uemeu
he was a political liability to Mid Midwest
west Midwest Republicans.
nor. Thomas B. Curtis (R-Mo.)
tA tho Unnco th secretary's cri-
lirs are "isnoramuses and don't
. 1 ,l L.
economics of the farm problem.
He said uenson s soiuuuhs jhbj
nAf M.nrir hut at least he is leading
from knowledge in trying to solve
LI1C jnUM'vui. . I
Unn rharlnc M TpaCHfl f R-L
XVVft V11H VU
Calif.) said Benson was, trying io
put the farm program on a sound
economic basis "God bless him
and more power to him.' Rep.
Henry A. Dixon (R-Utah) prom promised
ised promised "We'l live to see the dsy
when Benson s policies win oe
Backing for the embattled sec sec-retarv
retarv sec-retarv also came from GOP Reps.
Perkins Bass (N.H.), Harold R.
Collier (111.), Stuyvesant wain
wright (N.Y.) and John 2. Hen
Thev spoke out after Rep. H.
R. Gross (R-Iowa), one of about
40 anti-Benson Midwest epubli-
can law makers, said Benson had
outlived his usefulness. Gross also
said the President should take
time out "on his next quaiishoot-
ing and go'ting trip to acquaint
himself with what s happening in
There aDneared to be Httl
chance Benson's foes could bring
about his ouster.
Reps. A. L. Miller (R-Neb.) and
Phil Weaver (R-Neb.) said they
would keep trying even though
President Eisenhower turned
down their demands during a 1 .... . .. -.i ... ., ..'
White House conference Thurs- 1 COL. GINES PEREZ, Army Atlantic con mander, cuts the ribbon to signify tHB opening of the
day. They said they hoped meel- tlrst One, Tv.o, ThreD club, oii the Tottjmus The club will provide entertainment and refresh refreshings
ings refreshings with "adition?I groups" 'I'll merit for p"lv?.tes grede E-l throir i E-3 inclusive. At the left is MSgt. John D. Vasllake,
might change the President's nrc;ir:eiit of the Fort Gulidr NCO Clua which operates the One, Two, Three Club as an annex
mind about his farm chief, 1 in building 216 at Fort Gulick. - ( (U.S. Army Photo)
nmumm nm .
"mn exchange- r" e.
At U Fl iati sen-.....
FOR SALE : Household furni furniture.
ture. furniture. 203 New Cristobal. Phone
2992, Mrs. Lowe.
FOR SALE: Small radio, coffee
table, end tables, gas stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, dinette set, 1306
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Frigldaire
with freexer compartment $150i
Mahogany dining table 8 chairs
6' buffet $200.00. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Dining room set,
mahogany t coffee white, table,
chair, buffet, good condition,
new upholstery. $148.00. Tel.
3-4628 Alberto Horn.
FOR SALE: Simmons products
10 Disc. C. Z. mp. Mueble Mueble-riel
riel Mueble-riel Inglesa 7 St. and Bolivar
Ava. Colon, i
FOR SALE: 9 eu. ft. refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator $70.00. See Jorge Villa Villa-nueva
nueva Villa-nueva y Tejeira. Deposito Fede Federico
rico Federico Boyd.
FOR SALE: Drop leaf maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining table six chain.
$140. Bell portable sewing ma machine
chine machine new $40.00. Floor lamp
$4.75. Balboa 2-4455.
FOR SALE : Simmons ofa beds,
$40. 5627-D Hecker St. Diablo
FOR SALE: 6 Vi eu. ft. General
Electric refrigerators, bamboo
chair and settee, dining table and
chair, misc items. 2-3555.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds
(3), mirror, floor lamp, pleated
cloth valance. Call Navy 3150.
FOR SALE: Kenmore vacuum
cleaner, all attachments for sale
$30.00. Albrook Field 6208.
FOR SALE: 1 Settee, 2 arm
chairs; all innerspring. I coffee
table. House 2247 Carr St.
Balboa, telephone 2-3776.
The following sports schedule
has been announced by CFN. A
ny changes in the schedule will
be announced over Panorama
each evening at 6:45 o'clock.
March 2: College basketball,
U.C.L.A. v. Oregon State Col
lege at 1 p.m.
ACQUIRES NEW ASSETS
TEHRAN, Iran, March 1 (UP)
Thiokol Corp. today announced
it has made arrangements to ac
quire the assets of Hunter-Bristol
Corp., ground support equipment
maker for the missile industry.
erms were not revealed.
'ialim iSk mm
......... innrai a MvninA ,i n a AGKNCIA8
Va a sTrorb foMv :.
,.. fibmrii a"vi Pone
DRY WOOD, Class "B", planed,
for ceilings, floors, partitions,
and other construction require requirements;
ments; requirements; all dimensions.
ASERRADERO EL CHAGRES, S.
A. Trans-Isthmian Hilghway -Pueblo
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10: 10:-30
30 10:-30 a.m., February 7, 1958, In
the office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for
gasket and tube fittings; valve
and valve fittings; pipe fittings;
railing fittings; faucets and
faucet part; brackets; cocks and
connections. Invitation No. S-58-390
may be obtained from
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Brandt, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. j
FOR SALE: Various types of
carpenter's tools House 10-18,
Room No. 32, M Street Panama
City, R. P.
FOR SALE: Remington Rand
typewriter 11" carriage standard
keyboard. Very good condition.
Telephone Gamboa 462.
FOR SALE: Beautiful cottage
at Saacliff Acres (One mile
i East of Santa Clara) beach front,
completely furnished, owner leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus, a bargain, for
details contact Cucalon & Co.
Real Estate, 36-50 Cuba Ave.
REJECT SEATO WARNING
MANILA, March 1 (UP) The
Philippines today rejected a Soviet
warning uu utc oi,v ,oj6h,"v
of SEATO nations favoring Amer
ican built nuclear weapons instal installations.
lations. installations. Acting Foreign Secretary Eelix Eelix-berto
berto Eelix-berto Serrano sai4 Russia could
be expected to try4o prevent the
free nations from, strengthening
I The Philippines will be host to
nka Motv.li 11 Fnroisn Minlatare
Conference of SEATO (Southeast
Asia Treaty Organization).
HAIRDRESSER KILLS SELF
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. 'UP)
The third suicide Han in four
months from the Sunshine Skyway
across Tampa Bay occurred
Wednesday whert Alexander Mac Mac-Kenzie,
Kenzie, Mac-Kenzie, 56-year-old hairdresser,
jumped 155 feet to his death. The
spectacular span is part of a 15-
mile linkage of bridges and cause
ways across the water.v
111 a MOVED AD Ea A THIS Beefee
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
With fairness to all. Bast equip equipped
ped equipped and, most dependable shop
one day service). Member of
Natesa (National Alliance of
Electrical Service Association).
Crawford Agencies Corp. Phone
2-1905. Box 1890, Panama.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacionai "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 de Meyo."
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 14' boat, equip equipment,
ment, equipment, 12 h.p. 1956 Elto motor
and trailer. $300.00. 85-2219
US Steel Official
Calls Senate Report
WASHINGTON (UP)-The bead
of U. S. Steel Corp., charged to today
day today a Senate subcommittee major majority
ity majority report calling for an investi investigation
gation investigation of steel pricing was "thor "thoroughly
oughly "thoroughly biased ana distorted."
Roger M, Blough said, however,
that the report of the majority
on the seven man antitrust and
monopoly subcommittee "comes
as no surprise."
The report said the government
Should investigate possible anti antitrust
trust antitrust violations by steel producers.
It charged $6 a ton increases in
steel prices last year were not
justified because they "substan "substantially
tially "substantially exceeded" increases in pro production
duction production costaT
It also criticized steel industry
management for what it called a
lack of "responsible leadership."
In a statement Blough laid the
subcommittee followed a "pecul "peculiar
iar "peculiar procedure" under which Sen.
Estes Kefauver (DTenn.) 'in
vites' you to testify a&d then is issues
sues issues a flood of statements to the
1 press denouncing the character,
7 i x
motives aim aiiieccucuia 01 juur
Blough charged that Kefauver
began last year's hearings with a
Statement pronouncing the steel
industry "guilty of all kinds of un unsavory
savory unsavory practices." Later, he said,
the chairman promised 'in a
friendly maner" the subcommit
tee would conduct an unbiased in
But when the "true facts" were
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
It's economical to reconstruct
a tire. "Reconstructora Nacio Nacio-nal"
nal" Nacio-nal" offers guaranteed work.
They cost less and are mere dur durable
able durable than new ones. Peru Avenue
No. 7. Phone 2-0406, Pana-
For that new Easter Bonnett, the
Diablo Beauty Shop offers, a
lovely cold wave; special for
$7.50. call 2-1322. Diablo
Service Center. Upstairs.
Would like to find employment
for my maid. Especially good
with children. Call 3-7384.
WANTED: One blond Cocker
Spaniel, AKC reg., call Colon
MANAGING EDITOR RESIGNS
DARMSTADT, Germany (UP)-
The resignation of James H
Quint of San Francisco as man
aging editor of the U.S. Army s
unofficial newspaper, Stars and
ktnpes, was announced today
Quint, 43, had been managing ed
ltor since September, 1955. and a
member of the paper's staff for
aeven years. He said he resigned
to return to the United States
with his family. Quint formerly
worked on papers in New York
uty, uoiumtms and Lama, Ohio.
PARTY WAS ROUGH
NEW YORK. March rUPW-ThV
death toll from a weekend wood
alcohol drinking party in East
Harlem rose to eight today.
Ramon Velez, 40, died in Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Hospital today. Vincente
oomez, 32, aiea in the same hos hospital
pital hospital last nisfht. Six nthei
died previously from drinking the
Dresenied. thr wr 1ir4
misused,'' Blough said, and Kefau
ver ana nis nan produced a re re-sort
sort re-sort cottfirmintr t h "nrcenh.
ceived notions" in the opening
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Army Caribbean Quartermaster Laundry to facilitate handli
bundles of fresh la-ndry. Prior to installing the roller convey
bundles of laundry were loaded onto a laundry truck and pus
ed by hand some 60 feet to be loaded on vehicles for delivc
The newly adopted method, above, is estimated to save 35 m
hours each week for a total of 1820 per year. This converted
a monetary unit means a turnback to the command of near
$1000 each year. (U.S. Army Photo)
SERVICE CENTERS TODAY! j
CRISTOBAL 7:00 DIABLO HTS. 7:0 I
Tm, w "LES GIRLS"
I Br, Sunday "FULL or LIFE"
"THE OKLAHOMAN" "DELICATE DELINQUENT"1"
Sunday "LISBON" Sunday "STOPOVER TOKYO"
1 A 11
PARA1SO f.lS, 7:45
WANTED TO RENT: Vacation
quartan desired by Americt
couole. (na children) i.
month or February, April anal
May or any part thereof. Tal.
Modern piano instructions. Be
ginners or advanoad. Call Ban
nett, phone 3-3653, Panama.
WANTED: Woman (or gene
housework. Do nor- apply withe
references. Sleep in. No. 11-
A, oie Gabriel Duque, La Crest
WANTED: Maid' to work witl
American family for sever!
months. Possibilitiai of travelii
to the States for a 2-year min
mum period. Transported'
paid. Must slaap In, lika ehlMrl
and have good references. Ci
Maid available March I Spat
speaking, mature woman, g
with children, honest and eu
tual. Live In. Call Navy 3
Maj. Eder Leave;
For Safety Study
Maj. Herbert R. Eder
937th Engineer Company (
tion) (IAGS), Fort Kobbe wi
tend an aviation safety cour
the University of Southern Ca"
nia, Headquarters, U.S. Army
ribbean announced. i
The major will leave from T
men Airport in Panama to at'j
the course in Los Angeles, w 7
begins on March 11 and end j
May 8. J
THIS finU QUISTIONJ
NORFOLK, Mass. March 1 (1
The Norfolk Prison d if
team will uphold the affirm
in a debate tomorrow nig
a team from McGiU univei
montreal. he subject:
"Resolved: That today's 1
are too easy to rob."
SYSTEM is In use at the iS
"GUNS OF FORT PETTICOAT"
Sunday "OMAR .KHAYYAM"
Sunday "LES GIRLS'"
IM --l 4:05 :ia g:i$
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3:00 crN NEWS
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4:00 Paragon Playhouse
4:30 To fell The Truth
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8:00 Life of Riley
8:30 The Price Is Right
9:00 Highway Patrol
9:30 Our Miss Brooks
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MARINE TRAFFIC CONTROL PROBLEMS of the Panama Canal have been under intensive
study for the past two weeks during the visit to the Canal Zone by two representatives of
Oibbs & Hill, New York Engineering consulting firm, engaged to do the study. Above, R. L.
Kimball who heads the two-man team, is shown in shirt sleeves In conference with Lt. Col.
R. D. Brown, if., Engineering and Construction Director, center, and Capt. Warner S. Rodi Rodi-fnon.
fnon. Rodi-fnon. Marine Director. Kimball is being assisted in the on-the-spot studies by H, E. Mar Mar-inaros,
inaros, Mar-inaros, Electrical Engineer. . .
The two Gibbs & Hill representatives are here to collect information reauired for the
study on means to expedite the handling of the canal's Increasing traffic. They are collect collecting
ing collecting data on a wide range of operations such as the dispatching of vessels, number and types
Of ships handled, communications, 3jgnal3, lockages, weather conditions, and other conditions
which affect transit operations. The two representatives plan to return to New York early
next week. t '
Wright Brothers Of Colon Seem Low
On Bid For Work In Industrial Area
Wright Brothers, Colon con contracting
tracting contracting firm, entered apparent
low bid for extensive alterations
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
In prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograpble
Branch of the Panama Canal
SUNDAY, MARCH 2
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and other work in the Industrial
Division at Mt. Hope.
Bids were opened yesterday
afternoon at Balboa Heights and
offers were received from three
other local contractors.
Although a contract for the
work ,wlll be awarded to one
firm, bids were asked under
three schedules, with Wright
Brothers entering low lump
sum bid of 215.07 5.
Other bids received were from
Dillon & Hickman, isthmian
Constructors, mc, arm b. w
Tfeucke Construction Company.
The principal work is the con
version or tne existing rium aim
Rigging Shop buildhtg into a
modem oince Duuarag to nouse
the Industrial Division head head-niisrlMi
niisrlMi head-niisrlMi Th bulldlne will have
vinyl vtfr flodririg, suspended
acoustical ceilings, fluorescent
lighting, ana aluminum -type
The office area win measure
81 by 100 feet and will include
a private office for the Divi Division
sion Division Chief a conference room,
and a fireproof vault in addi addition
tion addition to the main office.
Start Monday At NY
NEW YORK (UP) .- School of officials
ficials officials pushed ahead today with
plans to set up a temporary
school for suspended delinquent
pupils to Greenwich Village de despite
spite despite strong opposition from neigh
More than 40 residents of the
area where officials plan to open
special classes for troublemaking
children Monday -protested the
plans at a Board of Education
The school is one of two sched
uled to open next week to handle
some of the 950 students wno nave
been suspended so far this year to
combat a wave of violence in pub
The Greenwich Village school
will be set up in a 91-year old
building scheduled for razing. It
adjoins a new puouc scnooi Duua
Mrs. Randy Stiles, 'chairman of
a PTA committee, told the board
that parents of children' at the
new school fear trouble from de
linquents who will attend the spec special
ial special u,..,l
But Irving M, Boroff, principal
of the special school, said the
boys attending k will arrive and
leave 20 minutes ahead of pupils
at the adjoining school, and teach
ers will escort them to subway
trams when clases end each day.
So far only 10 boys with records
as troublemakers have been as assigned
signed assigned to the school. Ten more
will attend opening classes in a
similar school in Brooklyn. More
will arrive at each school soon,
but classes will be kept small.
Boroff was optimistic, saying
"The boys will find themselves in
these schools. We have a dossier
on each one we know' their
frailities. On Monday we let by
gones be bygones. Tney start
RIDS SHELL QUEMOY
TAIPEI. Formosa (UP)-Com
munist Chinse artillery lobbed 22
shells onto the Nationalist Chi
nese-held offshore island of Que
may yesterday but failed to cause
any damage, the Nationalist ue
tense Mntsuy reportw lousy.
building the paint and rigging
operations win be moved into an
adiacent bulldlne now housing
the wood assembly shop, which
is to no remoaeieo.
Other work Included in the bid
schedule Includes the demolition
of one building and the con
structlon of a narking area.
The Industrial Division head-
auarters have been located in a
small temporary structure since
1950 when the principal opera
tions were moved to the Atlantic
side. The building was erected
during the early part of World
The old building will be de demolished
molished demolished and the space used
for a parking area after the
division offices are moved.
(Wright Brothers entered an
cffier or $67,198 lor tne remouei remouei-lng
lng remouei-lng work to be done to the two
main buildings, and $17377 for
alterations to another building,
demolishing the headquarters
building,, and constructing the
Specifications provide for work
to be started by the contractor
within five days after receiving
notice to proceed and to com complete
plete complete the work within 180 days.
Rebels In Sumatra
SINGAPORE (UP) Rebel
forces in Central Sumatra Were
reported throwing up fortifications
today in anticipation of an attack
by central government troops.
Some members of the revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary regime believed such an as assault
sault assault was imminent.
In Jakarta, Premier Djuanda
pledged the government would
avoid the use of force as "much
as possible" but hinted at military
action acainst the revolutionary
regime. He told Parliament the
Central Sumatra revolt -may con constitute
stitute constitute a stepping stone for for
"The Padang affair does not
longer constitute a." dispute be between
tween between the central government and
the regional administration, but
has assumed tne form at acts
which clearly bring foreign now
ers into play thus jeopardizing our
national life," Djuanda, whose
ouster has been demanded by the
Indonesian Army troops in the
Jakarta area began new military
exercises today. It was the fourth
such maneuver in recent weeks.
Them were persistent reports in
Singapore that Indonesian mili military
tary military chiefs were working on a
i . 1 1
man to siase an amuniuious iauu-
ing somewhere along the North
Reports from the rebel strong
hold of Padang told of an ever
increasing exodus of civilians
from the coastal areas. Entire
families were reported moving in
land from shore points regarded
f as, possible landing places for the
jaxana government torces.
An estimated one third of the
population of Padang. major port
in Central Sumatra, was already
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Troons assigned to coastal de
fenses were reported digging to
and constructing machinegun em emplacements
placements emplacements and other fortifications
at strategic points.
Some officials of the revolution
ary government believed an at
tack might come "within days."
Most of the civilian part of the
regime already had moved -into
the nwwlatoi around Bukittinggi.
RKO Veep Congratulates Cafib Command Six-Week CZ Drive Seeks
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ror umirrouiion i o raaxea
In a letter this week received
by Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general, USARCAK
IB, from Raymond A. Krone, vice
president, RKO Radio Pictures,
Klune praised the command for
its cooperation, assistance and ad
vice in the recent filming of "The
Naked and the Dead here.
The letter, written to Harrold
and forwarded through the U. S.
Army Information Office, os An
geles Branch, included an tnclo
sure by Maj. Gen. 1L P. Storke,
Chief of Information of the Depart
meat of the Army in Washington.
Storke said. "I would like to add
my sincere congratulations and
my personal and official appre
elation of your highly successful
efforts. Cooperation such as this
gees far toward maintaining the
optimum public relations we are
seeking between the Army and
tht motion picture industry."
Rhine's letter further stated mat
without the assistance received
from the officers and men of U.S.
Army Caribbean it would have
been Impossible for kko to nave
made the picture.
The cast and crew of "The
Naked and the Dead' arrived on
the Isthmus the first week m Dec
ember and spent six weeks shoot
ing 85 per cent of the movie on
various locations in Panama. The
shooting was finished -to Holly
wood on Feb. 7 according to word
received from the RKO officials.
Cooperating with RKO, Harrold
authorized the use of men ana e-
automent of U.S. Army Caribbean
for the South Pacific World War
Permission for U.S. troops to
Miter Panama was requested by
th IT. s. Embassy here and grant
ed by President Ernesto de Ja
.Several USARCARIB soldiers
had hit narts in the movie. They
included First Lt. TanK -ieucn
ner, formerly of CFN and now on
duty to the States who played the
Thomas Talmadge, D Company,
34th Ajmor, a coxswain in a
landing craft-, Pvt. Paul T. Camp
hell .Headquarters company, rro
visional Battalion, 1st Battle
r.rnnn 20th Infantry an airman,
and Sp3 Eitoku Oshiro, A Compa
To Clear Airport
ALGIERS (UP) French pffi
cials today authorized the depart
urn rrf IT. S. built B-17 bomber
forced down in Algeria Thursday
with a cargo of arms and ammu
An authorized source said inves
tigatiOn had shown the arms were
not intended for the Algerian reb rebels.
els. rebels. He said the plane and its
crew were free to leave Algeria
as soon as repairs were made.
A French government svwkes svwkes-man
man svwkes-man said Thursday the plane's
crew was made up of two Araeri
cans, an Englishman and an Is Israeli.
raeli. Israeli. He said they reported the
plane was ferrying the arms from
Israel to Venezuela.
The French government spokes
man reported the plane was
forced down by "mechanical trou trouble"
ble" trouble" and landed at Salines Mili
tary Airport near Oran. He said
military authorities, suspicious at
the plane's lack of identifying
markings, searched it and found
three tons of arms and ammunl
The planes cargo included "four
mortars. 292 bazookas. 100 sub
machine guns and ammunition for
each type of weapon, the ,spokes
French officials announced that
heavy fighting in at least four
separate battles resulted in 48
rebel deaths to the last few days.
French military headquarters
here said a total of 3,371 rebels
have been killed and 577 taken
prisoner this month. French los
ses were put at 297 dead during
the. same period.
THE LAST TRIP across the Isthmus In the cab of a Panama
Railroad engine was made yesterday by Bernard W. Mclntvre,
senior engineer of the Panama Railroad who retired from ac active
tive active service at the end of February. He is shown above in the
cab of old steam engine No. 905 which nulled the special train
across the Isthmus in 1955 to commemorate the first crossing
of .the Isthmus by the Panaam Railroad 100 years ago.
ny, 1st Battle Groip, a cr.ptured
Thomas Moy, a civilian em
oloye at Fort Amador, portrayed
j Japanese officer.
Almost all soldiers of OrierUl
ancestry were cast for pans W
volving the "enemy."
As many as 700 men from the
1st Battle Group 20th Infantry at
Fort Kobbe participated in some
scenes. Project officers from the
20th were Lt. Col. Johnnie C.
Brink, project officer; Capt. John
G. Oliver, and First Lieutenant
Thomas A. Halsted. Colonel Rob
ert W. Garrett commands the 20th.
Major John C. Seabury, S4, 1st
Battle Group, was in charge of
supplies and Maj. Wuhan! Voort
meyer, as me USAHUAKiB irau
sportation Officer's represen.ativc,
arranged and furnished the LGMs
and J boats used in the large land
tog scenes in the movie.
Cooperation wa3 given the ac
tors, particularly Cliff Robertson,
who wanted toget tne teei oi me
Army roles they were portraying.
Klune's letter, dated Jan. 30,
"On (behalf of our company I
would like to express to you and,
through you, to the officers and
men of your command, our deep
gratitude for the manner m whicn
To End Historic
McMURDO SOUND torch 1 1-(UP)
(UP) 1-(UP) British explorer Vivian
Fuchs is expected to reach the
oof nr,to-Vit ot. the end of a nis-
torlc trans-Antarctic trek. The
i.ov.nviarmnnli Marching ana
Welcoming Band" at this U. S
v.osp is readv to ereet him.
At latest reports, Fuchs was
less man iuu mue ui
nearby New Zealand bast which
will marie nis juiuw "-,"
four U.S.-made tractors carrying
his party were "bowimg ai""s
over easy terrain in excellent
WUthffg) William Berrie dfSan
ttit Y-mi crn nftifi an unpiannea
JEE avnpriition earlv to-
viaii w -i .j
day when someone nreo
flare as ne was pasauiK
a Canadian-built. Otter skiplane
Berrle, interpreting the flare
as a signal of distress, landed
near the British party only to
see their tractors churning on
into the distance
t -Bironir tv Andrea, of St.
oani Minn.. Berrie's co-pilot,
said 'the flare apparently was
meant as a greeting.
Shaw Trust fund
For Hew Alphabet
LONDON, March 1 (UP V- The
George Bernard Shaw Trust Fund
today opened competition tor a
Shaw-inspired alphabet that would
contain a separate letter for each
of the 40. sounds in E n g 1 1 s n
In a public notice in- the T'
the fund asked for an alphabet
in which 'every sound in our
speech can be written with one
graphic and easily written symbol
without even crosses or dots.
.The $1,400 prize will come from
the fund left by Shaw to abolish
the practice of using more than
one letter to indicate a single
Public Trustee B. O. Baulkwill
published the notice and said fur further
ther further information on the contest
could be obtained ,by sending a
stamped, self-addressed envelope
to hrm at Ktogsway, London V.
C. 2, England.
ROAD FATALITIES DIP
PABIS. Feb. 28 (UP) Police
statisticians reported today that
France's highway death toll
dropped from 8,283 in 1956 to 8,197
una i ne ueaa
you extended cooperation, assist
ance and advice to us in the mak
Ing of our motion picture "The Nak
ed and the Dead.' Please believe
me, that' without such assistance
it. would have been impossible
for us to have made this picture.
"Mr. Paul Gregory, Mr. Raoul
Walsh and Mr. Joseph Beam have
all reiterated on several occa
sions that it was one of the most
rewarding experiences they have
ever had in working wah any de
partment of the aimed lorces.
"While it may seem premature
since there are still about ten
days of photography remaining to
be done locally, we feel that our,
picture is going to be something
considerably more than 'he usua)
of its kind. This, in no small part,
will be due to the assistance ex extended
tended extended to us by you."
Union Asks NIRB
To Rule Racial
Agitation Is Unfair
WASHINGTON (UP) A union
urged the National Labor Rela Relations
tions Relations Board today to find that
use of racial agitation by an em employer
ployer employer is an unfair labor practice.
The plea was made in a brief
filed with the NLRBi general coun counsel
sel counsel by the International Union of
Eltctrical Workers. The IUE
appealed the refusal of the NLRB
regional director in New OrLeans
to issue a complaint against the
Neco Corp. of Bay Springs, Miss.
The union charged Neco of officials
ficials officials tried to stir up race hate
y alleging the union favored Neb-gi-oes.
The IUE was trying to sign
up workers at the Neco plant hut
but lost an NLRB election.
The regional director ordered a
new election after finding the em em-nlover
nlover em-nlover threatened the workers,
but said there was insutiicient
evidence" td bring a charge of
The union brief quoted sociolo sociologists
gists sociologists in an attempt to show that
workers in the small southern
town Would be "coerced" by ap
peals to -race prejudice.
"Refusal to issue a complaint..,
would be tantamount to an invita invitation
tion invitation to all southern employers of
the type of Neco to fight self -organization
of their employes by
inflaming racial tensions, the
Boxer Who Turned
On Stairway v
NEW YORK, March 1 (UP) A
once promising boxer who gave
up a ring career to become a
small time gangster was found
shot to death today next to a
funeral home in a lower East
Side area known as "Murder
Leo Milito, 33, who was re released
leased released from a federal peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary last November after serving
more than six years for hijacking
a truckload of radio parts, was
found on a rain-swept sidewalk, a
bullet in his brain.
Police said the shot entered his
right cheek and ranged upward,
indicating he might have been
standing on a stairway when he
was shot. It could not be deter determined
mined determined immediately whether he
had ben killed on the site or
whether his body had been left
The area has become known as
"Murder Mile" because of the
frequency with which gangland
victims are dumped there. Three
of Milto's pals, hijackers James
Rocereto and Micahel Langone
and small-time- hoodlum Abraham
Telvi, acid blinder of Labor Col Columnist
umnist Columnist 'Victdr Riesel, also were
found dead on "Murder Mile" in
Milito, described by police as a
"five-by five blubberball." won
43 of 45 fights durine his profes
The six-week fund drive to U.S.
Army Caribbean and simultaneous
drives by the other services and
the Panama Canal Company gotj
under way last week, with the ap appearance
pearance appearance of Canal Zone Gov. Wil William
liam William E. Potter on CFN-TV's "Pan
orama ShOW. ik JWsi J,;
The current drive is 'jointly aim
ed at securing operating funds for
national voluntary health agencies
and Joint Crusade agencies, ur ur-ganizations
ganizations ur-ganizations being supported local locally
ly locally under these categories are the
American Cancer Society and Na National
tional National Tuberculosis Association,
and CARE, Inc. and the Crusade
In kicking off the 1958 tampaiga,
Potter proclaimed official support
of the drive and pointed out the
reasons for a drive separate from
the United Fund which was re recently
cently recently completed.
Tht governor explained tnar
these tour agencies maintain af affiliations
filiations affiliations with national headquar headquar-ters
ters headquar-ters and, because of their nation national
al national charters, they were unable to
participate In last ftll'a United,
Potter also pointed out that this
is a consolidated campaign in
keeping with the White House poi
icy for fund-raising within the fed
Meanwhile, in U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Har
rold, commanding general, in a
letter to commanders, empnaaucu
the importance of such a cam campaign
paign campaign 'These worthwhile activities
are organized to serve our commu community
nity community by promotion of better pre preventive
ventive preventive health methods, as well as
treatment," he said.
The general further re-emphasized
the fact that again, as in past
drives, individual dollar quotas
would not be permitted He also
stated that no dollar goal is align aligned
ed aligned to U.S. Army Caribbean.
In conclusion, General Harrold
said: "In keeping with the desires
of the President, I urge that each
of you aggressively support the
appointed keymen with every
means available. v.iunt.rv
"Encourage 'true "1""
giving,' thereby nur tog thet all
3 us are afforded a full eppor eppor-tunity
tunity eppor-tunity to tuppert recognized to to-S
S to-S and national fund raising ef ef-Arts
Arts ef-Arts Give as wt have alwY
dm in the past-most generous-
'TiLuj- ncAnrARlB. project of-
.ZTZJETEX. T. J. Henderson
rtCi th Advocate Section
campaign chairman, and Capt. W
E Hall of the Special Services Of.
fice, USARCABIB project officer
have been named for Fort Kobbe
T-t tm.r vnrt Gulick and At
iJ installations. FOK
Clayton and special staff sections
an dseparate supruiu
mands located at Fort Clayton, in
eluding Corozal and qurundu.
Keymen have also been appoint
.j tff section of Head
quarters, USARCARIB and each
... onnorotp detachment as
Will Ul DtJ.- .
c..a ..!nr solictors. Each Key
1UUU J ,, c i
man will be responsble for not
more than 25 personnel, military
and civilian, in his respective sec-
tl0During the past week, campaign
materials have been distributed to
appointed keymen. Actual souciia
tions will get under way Monday.
Officials of the four local a a-gencles
gencles a-gencles are stressing as an Im Important
portant Important part of the current drive
a public education program.
While professional education Is
conducted throughout the year,
public education is for the most
part limited to the six-week pe period
riod period of the campaign.
To achieve this coal, education
al programs relating the mission
of each agency and the types of
work or services being penormea
by them are presently beiini car
ried through such media as cam campaign
paign campaign literature, newspapers, tel television
evision television and radio. Campaign liter literature
ature literature is being distributed by drive
Keymen will also, hand out two
envelopes to each potential donor.
One of these envelopes is for the
health agencies (Cancer Society
and Tuberculosis Association) whUe
the other is earmarked for the
SHOW OF UNMATCHED BEAUTY
TMI ( OBGANI1ATIOM HUIMTI
PAUL CIINNM-I. K. WAXW1U fHOOOCTION
FILMED IN EASTMAN COLOUR
GALINA ULAN0VA 5!k?la"adeyicheav
ind tht BOLSHOI THEATRE BALLET
OF THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSI C6VINTGARMN
Joint Crusade (CARE and Crusado
for Freedom). Contributions may!
be submitted to either or both of
On the Inside of each envelop
appears a space to which tbe don
or may designate how he wants
his gift apportioned. An unmarked;
envelope will indicate an evei
split between the two agencies
Sealed envelopes containing
dividual contributions are to be rei
turned to appointed keymen whoi
after receiving the assigned num number
ber number of envelopes, will forward
them to the area project officer.
No envelope will be opened unf
til it has been turned to to the lo local
cal local bank handling the account of
The fund campaign will end A A-pril
pril A-pril 5.
To Be Consultant
On Canal Problems
A former Panama Canal end-
beer has retired aftet 32 year
with the United Fruit Co. and in
retirement will act as a consultant
on Canal problems.
Hartley Rowe. who has made
his home in Boston for some years,
is giving up his post as a vice-
president, chief engineer and di
rector or research. He has also
served on the Fruit Company's
board of directors since 1950."
Rowe was born in Coodland
Ind. When he left school, he al almost
most almost immediately realized his am ambition
bition ambition to wdrk on the prnisfnioHAM
of the Panama Canal.
Joining the project as a civil en engineer
gineer engineer in 1904, he remained on the
Zone for 15 years.
Land recovery programs, flood
drainage and other development
work for United Fruit occupied his
time until World War I when hi
served in a technical adviser to
then General Eisenhower in the
European theater, and as a con con-sultint
sultint con-sultint to the director of the Lot
Alamos Laboratory in eonnectloii
with, the design and procuremehi
of the A-bomb.
He holds the United States' hik
est civilian award the Order o
Merit awarded in 1948 by Presi President
dent President .Truman.
Rowe will serve on the Panama
Canal Study Committee of the U.S.
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