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The Panama American
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anama American
"Let trw people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1958
FIVE CENT!

JIA
PROPOSED CHANGES among
provincial governors and city may mayors
ors mayors are being persistently rumor rumored
ed rumored by several newspapers.
" Regarding the Panama 'City
mayoralty, the tabloid daily La
Hora reported today that the
brothers Julio and Roberto Cle Clement
ment Clement are being mentioned as
possible appointees to replace
Mayor Jose A. Cajar Escala, a
former newsman who is currently
engaged in a hassle with the Ci City
ty City Council over his xeto of a vill
creating a new S125-a-month posi position
tion position in the city government
Defeated 1956 Liberty Party
presidential candidate Victor F.
Goytia was quoted today as say
ing that he does hot aspire to be
Bis party's presidential candidate
in I960.
' Goytja also denied reports of a
rjtft in the ranks ot the party o o-ver
ver o-ver the choice of a1960 presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate.
- Unionized Panama City bus driv drivers
ers drivers are considering the adoption
Of "drastic measures" as a result
of the continued detention of a
number of their fellow workers
who were arrested and charged
with terrorism during the recent
printers strikes.
Union members have authorized
their hoard of officers to take,
whatever action they deem neces neces-ary
ary neces-ary if the men are not released
sad the charges withdrawn.
The .capture by the National
Guard of the vessel Quo Vadis
with contraband goods from
r'Mnmhia in thr San Bias islands
was reported today by a morning
i a mora. :m
AVW-Wftrt said the captain ,f
the vessel, Julian Gonzalez, was
found to be a brother of the pilot
f the National Guard launch
which made the arrest.
Rice, sugar, salt and a wide,
variety of 'merchandise s said to
be among the contraband goods
fjbund aboard the Vessel.
"I President de la Guardia anu
is cabinet will discuss new pass pass-Sort
Sort pass-Sort regulations at a, cabinet
faeetmg next week, El Panama
America reported yesterday.
' According to the new regula regulations,
tions, regulations, provincial governors will be
relieved (of the responsibility of
Issuing passports, asfl this chore
Will be handled .instead by the
Foreign Office.
Chief of Correction Capt. Pedro
i. Perez is quoted as saying that
;jio attempt is made to reform
prisoners during the time they
are Panama prisons serving out
their sentences.
He recommenned thaa system
toe devised to teach prisoners
some useful occupation so they
will not be tempted to return to
Crime aftef their reUase.
MONEY WIND-BLOWN
CRANTON, Miss (UP)- James
Stewart is combing the woods for
J100 bills. So far he has found
about half of his $1,700 savings
mat a tornado scattered when it
flattened his house last Week. The
.money had been hidden in a
yeezer.

I Or

Congressional Consultants Due

The panel of consultants ap appointed
pointed appointed by the House Merchant
.Marine and Fisheries Committee
to study Panama Canal transit
.facilities and other broad phases
of the Interoceanlc Canal prob problem
lem problem will pay a five-day visit to
"the Canal Zone this month, the
tlfanama Canal Review discloses.
The group, composed of six
'prominent members of the en;i-
tieermg profession in the United
States, is scheduled to be here
'from next Tuesday through- Sat-
ly. A tentative schedule ot
ctlvities prepared and submit-
to the panel tor its approval
alls for a bnsv neriod. It in
cludes visits to the principal Ca-
ial Zone installations, and the
provision of much background
material on Canal operations,
and other facets of the problem
which is attracting national at-
tention.
The consulting board was
named last November by Rep.
Herbert C. Eonnef (D-N.C ),
chairman of the Merchant I
J$nA, and Fisheries Commit
which handles Canal legislat
matters in the House of Rep

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PCers Group Insurance Plan
To Provide Further Benefits
The group hospital insurance plan for Panama CansJ.
Company-Canal Zone Government employes will provide
additional benefits under the amendments made to the
master contract with Mutual of Omaha.
These new amendments will become effective April
1. Negotiations for changes in the hospitalization plan
were conducted by the Croup Health Insurance Board dur during
ing during the visit here last week of Gale E. Davis, vice presi president
dent president of Mutual, and John P. Boler, manager of the firm's
franchise department.
While details of the new master policy art stijl to be
adjusted, Robert Van. Wagner, chairman of the Insurance
Board, today announced some of the major benefits it will
provide.

It is planned to extend t h
group insurance c6verage for em
ployes after retirement.
Other features of the new plan
will include:
Surgical benefits to cover pre
operative and diagnostic service
before hospitalization for surgery',
Increased maternity benefits:
; J J I 1
An increase in major mueicai
benefits;
Full coverage for emergency
surgery in case o f accidents
when hospitalization is not requir required;
ed; required; An Increase in payments for
medical services when employes
are away on vacation.
In connection wik the increas
ed benefits. Van Wacner said no
j UMfreases wiH be made in pre premium
mium premium cost to employes.
An important change in thr
new Dolicv wll be the pxtunsinn
of insurance on a non selective
basis, to a considerable group who
joined the plan since the initial
enrollment period enaed.
Fifth Death Added
To Toll Of Chlva
In Truck Accident
A fifth death was added inAav
to the toll of four killed in an
early morning accident near Ar Ar-raijan
raijan Ar-raijan last Monday when a chiva
crrshed into a dumn tuck narfcpH
without lights.
Santo Tomas Hospital reported
the death of Benigno Navarro, a
34-year-old resident of Capra
who was on the chiva when the
accident occurred on Thatcher
Highway.
A woman and three other men
died on the day of the accident;
and several-of the chiva passeng passengers
ers passengers who were Injured were hospi hospitalized.
talized. hospitalized. Meanwhile In Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court, the government ask
ed for a continuance until Mon
day afternoon of the case against
the dump truck driver, Alfredo
Marin, who is ,charged with in
voluntary manslaughter.
Bail of $3,000 was set for the
34-year-old Panamanian who is
now in Balboa jail.
The accident was termed one
of the worst traffic accidents, with
regard to number of persons kil killed,
led, killed, recorded in the1 Canal Zone
in many years.
appointment, Conner said that
the special committee consult consult-ants
ants consult-ants are expected to review and
re-evaluate various proposals
which have been made in the
past as the result of studies on
the Isthmian canal problem.
"I feel that It is the urgent re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of the Merchant Ma Marine
rine Marine and Fisheries Committee to
be fully informed concerning the
adequacy of the existing Canal
and the neeft foa addition
additional fac
ilities either in the Canal Zone
or at alternate locations in the
Central American: Isthmus," he
stated.
The panel, members, all of
whom are expected to be here
next week, are:
Francis S. Friel, of Philadel
phia, president of the ena-incer
Ing firm of Albright and Friel in
Philadelphia, and vice president
of the American Society of Civil
Engineers.
Lt. Gen. Leslie R. Groves, USA,
Ret
of Darien, Conn., formerly
lead of the Manhattan Proleft,
ind now a vice president of
lemington-Rand, Inc.
Dr. S. C. Holliter, of Ithacr,

J.Y.. Dean of Engineering at

In this connection. Van Wagner

said that it is Planned to hold an
other membership campaign soon
at which time employes who
have not joined may do so on a
non-selective basis, which means
that no physical examinations will
be required.
Further details of this member membership
ship membership drive will be announced lat
er.
PanCanal Tugs
Soon Will Look
Like Mail Boxes
A new color scheme, designed
to give a new look to the Pana
ma lanais i
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navigation ujviw
The ArrtSmMPi
unHer the new naint nrnffram
blosomed forth in a spanking
lew color combination of dark dark-blue
blue dark-blue hull, white superstructure,
red stack.
Eventually the new lighter and
brighter colors will be applied to
all floating equipment, including
ferry boats and dredges as well
as to the eight Panama Canal
tugs.
The spick-and-span paint job is
replacing the work-a-day bull and
black, which has been standard
for the Canal floating equipment
'or years.
SHE'LL DANCE TONIGHT I
Lovely Dolores Kosan will be one
of the featured attractions tonight
at the Canal Zone Policeman'sjBall
which win be held in the Union
Clup, startiny at 8 p.m. A star
chirftBMi variety oroeram is sihed
uled. Miss Kosan who specializes
in Soanish dancing, studied in
Spain.

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Cornell University.
E. Sydney Randolph, of Baton
Rouge, Lt., industrial engineer.
Hartley ftowe, of Boston, vice
president of the United fruit
Company.
John E. Slater, of New fork
City, consulting engineer ana se senior
nior senior partner of the firm of Cov Cov-erdale
erdale Cov-erdale t Colpitts in New Yojk.
Rowe and Randolph are .both
well acquainted with the Canal
and its operations. Both were
employed here for many years
and both held1 responsible engi engineering
neering engineering positions with the orga organization.
nization. organization. Rowe came to the Isthmus in
1905 and was Municipal (now
Maintenance) Engineer when he
left the organization In 1919. One
of his first jobs with the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Canal Commission wad the
location, design, and construc construction
tion construction of the masonry dam to pro provide
vide provide the water supply for Pana Panama
ma Panama C'.ty rvd Zone towns on the
pacific side.
During his 14 years here, he
had charge of installing' much
o? the ew
pill
facilities for the Canal and for

the Army and Navy. Among the

At

COL. ROBERT W. GARRETT, commanding officer, 1st. Battle
Qroup, 20th infantry Regunen presents the comemndation
ribbon with metal pendant Sfc. Dexter Ha of Company D.
The award certificate was signed by officials of the Depart Depart-m'ent
m'ent Depart-m'ent of the Army. The citation commended the sergeant for
the superior performance of duties as Mess Steward in charge
of the field mess set up by U.S. Army Caribbean in Panama
for victims of the recent San Miguel fire. The servant Su Supervised
pervised Supervised the serving of an average of 2100 meals "a?h day, a
duty normally assigned to a commissioned officer Hall's
meritorious achievement reflects great credit upon himself
and the military service. (U.S. Army Photo)
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Hew Zone Town Forming At Coco Solo

The Canal Zone's fastest-
growing community- Coco Sole
will be' about hair crown Dy the
end ..of this month, after which
it will begin to take on some at
tributes of other Zone towns
accoding to The Panama Canal
"Review.
Many of the plans for the
community facilities are still
in the development stage.
However, by the first of next
month Coco Sale residents will
be able to restock their food
larders, boy a tank of gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, ret a restaurant-cooked
meal, or buy their drug sup supplies
plies supplies within the confines of
their town.
Most of the town's activities
will focus around Building 100,
the big two-story structure which
formerly housed the Navy Post
Exchange and sales store on the
first floor and a gymnasium on
the second floor.
Approximately $150,000 will be
spent in renovating this build building
ing building and making the necessary
alterations for its use as a com community
munity community center.
In addition to the restaurant
and food-sjtore, other facilities
to be located in the building
will be the retail drygoods and
shoe stores which will be trans transferred
ferred transferred from the Cristobal Com Commissary,
missary, Commissary, a beauty parlor, barber
shop, tailor shop, and shoe shoe-repair
repair shoe-repair shop.
According to 1. A. Ferguson,
Supply and Community Serv Service
ice Service Director, all remaining
units M the Cristobal Com Commissary
missary Commissary are to he moved to
Coco Solo by about August 1.
Presently, ft Is planned to use
the upstairs area for the dry dry-goods
goods dry-goods sales unit and shoe store,
while the housewares section
will be housed In an adjacent
building. Part of the plans of
Army and Navy projects were
France Field and the Coco Solo
Submarine Base, for which he
had charge of the design and
constructs..
Randolph also entered the Ca
nal service during the construc construction
tion construction period and was continuous continuously
ly continuously employed for almost 3d years
before his retirement in Marcn
1946, During this period he held
many Important engineering
posts in the organization, includ including
ing including Office Engineer, Designing
Engineer, and construction en engineer.
gineer. engineer. He was in charge of the design
and later the construction of
Madden Dam md Power Plant.
Later, as Designing Engineer, he
was in charge of the early inves investigation
tigation investigation and work on the Third
Locks project.
Friel has had charge of all en engineering
gineering engineering work for his firm for
the past years. He specializes
in numerous fields of engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, amone which are flood con-
frtl lam- nrmrai nldnfc anH In
dustrial buildings, and various
types of
works.
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it known for his

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the Sales' and Service P ranch
is the establishment of an at
tractive gift shop similar to the
unit recently opened ii. Balboa.
Although an exact date has
not been set, it is expected that
the theater at Coco Solo can be
reopened by July 1.
After installation of these fa
cilities at Coco Solo, both the
Cristobal Commissary and
Theater are to be closed. The
building which houses the
theater will be demolished.
It is planned to keep the
restaurant in the Cristobal
Service Center in operation,
perhaps on a modified scale,
because of the large number
of individuals employed in the
immediate area and the con considerable
siderable considerable number of bachelors
livinr in the vicinity.
The development of Canal
Zone Government facilities at
Coco Solo will be at a much
slower Dace since money for
necessary alternations and im improvements
provements improvements must come from ap appropriated
propriated appropriated funds. The first
major, government facility to be
made ready will be the elemen
tary school.
It Is olanned to establish the
Atlantic-side high school in the
new Zone civilian community.
The building to be used for the
high school will require exten extensive
sive extensive alterations.
The development of recrea
tional facilities for Coco Solo
residents Is still largely In the
planning stage. This phase of
community me in tne new civ civilian
ilian civilian town, will be developed
partly as part of the school pro
eram and partly by the initia
tive of the residents, as the
former Naavl base has several
buildings which can easily be
adapted for group, activities by
eivic and fraternal organizations

Engineers Randolph, Rowe

Project during which he was In
complete charge of tne develop development
ment development and planning for the uo
of the atomic bomb.
Among his many important as
signments Were as officer-ln-charge
of construction for the
Quartermaster General during
mobllizatnn of worm war ii,
and as commanding general of
the Armed Forces Special Weap
ons project for fa? Department
of Defense after the close of the
war.
Since his retirement In 1948, he
has been associated with Rem
ington-Rand.
Holl'ster has headed the Col
lege of Engineering at Cornell
for 20 years. His specialties are
municipal, structural, and- flood
control projects. He has served
on many important government
al and private commissions for
engineering projects.
One of his services to the Unit
ed States government was as a
member of the Commission on
Organization of the Executive
Branch of the government, bet
ter known as the Hoover Com
mission, from 1953 to 1955.
Slater specializes in transpor

47 New Cristobal
Houses Marked
For RP Salvage
Forty-seven old houses in the

New Cristobal area of Colon
have been put up for bids by the
new Housing and Urbanization In Institute,
stitute, Institute, it was revealed yesterday.
The disclosure was made yes yesterday
terday yesterday during an inspection visit
by President de la Guardia and
bis brother, Carlos, who has re recently
cently recently appointed director of the
institute, to areas No. 1 and No.
5, New Cristobal.
Conditions 'of the sale cal for
the immediate demolition of the
old buildings.
It is understood that the land
occupied by tne buildings will he
sold later.
Decdline Six Weeks
Away For US Taxes
Zohians, as well as other U.S.
income-tax payers, have only a
little over six weeks between to
day and April 15, closing day
for filing tax returns, for 1957 the
Panama Canal Review has re reminded
minded reminded its readers. Estimated tax
returns are due the same date.
Pacific aiders who have tax
problems may either contact any
of the 25 Canal employes who
were coached on tax problems
last month, or see Wendell Lind
say, Internal Revenue Bureau re-
presmauve, ai nr yvu -m
Rtiilriintf.
For the convenience of Atlantic
aiders, Lindsay will be in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal all next week. Except for
Wednesday, when he will be St
Coco Solo Hospital, he will be a a-vailaWe
vailaWe a-vailaWe in Room 300 of the Post
Office Building between 8 a.m.
and noon, and 1 to 4 p.m.
Payments must be made to the
International Division, Internal
Revenue Service, Washington, 25,
D.C.

Mayor Wagner Interrupts Vacation
To Mediate In Dressmakers Strike

0
NEW YORK, March 7 (UP) -Striking
dressmakers and their
employers counted on an emergen emergency
cy emergency meting with Maor Robert
Wagner today to lead to a set settlement
tlement settlement of the strike that has
stopped all production in the sev-en-itate
ladfes garment industry
Wagner promised to mterrupt a
vacation in the Bahamas and fly
here for late afternoon talks with
both sides in the dispute that now
has idled 134,000 workers., accord according
ing according to union figures.
City labor commissioner Harold
A. Felix said only the Mayor's
personal intervention could break
the deadlock that has tied up the
billion-dollar-a-year industry just
as the peak of the Easter sea season
son season demand approached.
"Even then," an industry spokes spokesman
man spokesman said, "It will tike time to a a-chieve
chieve a-chieve a settlement.'
Louis Rubin, executive chairman
o' the popular priced Dress Man Manufacturers
ufacturers Manufacturers Association and infor informal
mal informal spokesman for the 2,300
tatlon and marine engineering.
In addition to serving as a mem
ber of the consulting engineering
firm of Coverdale & Colpitts, he
is president and director of the
American Export Lines. He aiso
has served two years as cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man of the Board of the New
York Shiobuildlna Corporation.
They are tentatively scneauiea
to meet Gov. Ptter Tuesday
mornins; for a brief orientation.
This will be followed oy a man man-arement
arement man-arement review and a descrip
tion of bureau operations and
later in the morning by a flight
alone the Canal route.
The afternoon will be largely
devoted to a presentation and
general discussion of the Canal
capacity prob''m, arranged by
Lt. Gov. Arnold.
Among the Installations to be
visited bv the panel members
will be the locks, Gaillard Cut
and the construction project a
Bend 1868, the Dredging Division,
the LeTourneau towing aevices
at Gatun, MEraflores Locks over overhaul
haul overhaul operations, and the marine
control operations at the Balboa
Port Captain's Office

$16,000

$150,000 Shop,
High-price Dress
Row Gets Noisier

The Panama Canal today declined to give an esti estimate
mate estimate of the apparent shortage in commissary inventories,
but it is understood to total at least double the $8000 al already
ready already reported for two commissaries.
An unconfirmed story aoina the rounds in commis

sary circles today said that in one cold storage section
what was supposed to be a pile of hams proved upon inven

tory cneck to be one vertical
this facade had disappeared.

Panama Canal Supply and Community Service direc director
tor director L. A. Ferguson has said the Canal is trvina to find out

whether the discrepancies are

aue ro oooKiceeping errors.
Meanwhile the furore oyer the sale of high-priced
dresses in the Balboa commissary grew noisier.
"We have the commissary shortages to absorb, atnd
now this," complained one Pacific Civic Council member.

A Panama Canal anounoement
today that a contract has been
signed by the company, for the
New York architectural fittn of
Ketchum and Sharp, for the prep preparation
aration preparation of plans for extensive
improvements to thj; Balboa corn-
lerguson told Mrs. Margaret
Rennie at Wednesday's Commissa
ry Consumers' Forum that $150, $150,-000
000 $150,-000 scheduled to be; spent on re renovating
novating renovating the commissary would
go mainly for fixtures for the
dress shop.
Mrs. Rennit indicated today
that she did not much like get getting
ting getting the nws that way.
"I wouldn't call it exactly a a-bove
bove a-bove board," she said. "We have
Town Meetings and Commissary
Forums and Civic Council meet meetings
ings meetings where 'improvements' of this
dresmaking shops involved, said
the chances of settling the dis
pute beofre next week l o o k e a
"very poor."
Talks bstween tne international
Ladies Garment Workers Union
and Employer Associations col
lapsed Saturday and the union
went on strike Wednesday morning
to1 enforce demands for a 2 per
cent wage and hour package in
crease. The industry nas onerea
per cent.
Felix, federal mediator Frank
Brown and impartial chairman
Harry Uviller met with union
and employer representatives yes
terday but reported neither side
would budge.
Felix said he expected Wagner
to formally ask both sides to sit
down with him at City Hall in an
effort to end the deadlock.
REACHES GOAL Dr Vivian
scou aase, Antarctica, on
tarctlca expedition. Fuchs,

returns to England, said the 99-day, 2100-mile ioi
a success and that a "picture of Antarctica is beg
emerge."

layer. All the hams behind

actual stock shortages, or
scope should be announced to the
general public in order to get
their reaction. They are going to
pay for it, aren't theyp
"Of eourst, if I can fisurt
my constituents (Balboa H.ights H.ights-Ancon
Ancon H.ights-Ancon art Pacific Civic Cewv
HK If&Thirt mi b aborbd
by fht few wtio can afford to
pay for a specialty shop com comparable
parable comparable to many we hav in
Panama, then it i allright
with me.
'The civic councils have a def definite
inite definite responsibility to the people.
It seems to me that the general
trend of thinking is necessities
first a fan or a water cooler in
the Junior High School, for ifc ifc-stance."
stance." ifc-stance."
As for the contract with the
New York architectural firm,
she said "It looks as though our
own architects are pretty limited
in their field of design when we
have tq bring in a New York firi
to make plans for Commissary
improvements."
The Cnal' announcement
said that the New York will
prepare preliminary plena for
the construction of a two-story
addition to the main retail
start at Balboa and submit in interior
terior interior designs, including furnish furnishing
ing furnishing and fixtures for a "better
quality" dress shop In the
main building.
Also included wil be specifica specifications
tions specifications and preliminary cost esti estimates
mates estimates for a merchandising layout
and fixture design of the second
floor dry goods section and the
first floor groceries section.
Morris Ketchum, Jr., partner of
the firm of Ketchum and Sharp,
spent several days in the Canal
Zone this week conferring with
Canal officials.
He was. accompanied by Rosa Rosa-rio
rio Rosa-rio D'Agrosa, an associate of the
store design group of the compa company.
ny. company. (NEA Hadio-Telep
Fuchs smiles triumphant
tne completion oi his wan
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thi matter, because the summary recall 0 a major pneral
mieht harm United States prestige. Well, if V. P"'',"
to? KiiSpnea rests on this man for its foundation, what good
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diacouraee the same kind of thing all down the une.
All It ufwho were here during World War n remember
similar Instances .where little or no rap was administered. There
was the popular commander of the Rio Hato Base who was
relieved of hia command after non-appropriated funds flowed
in unauthorized directions (shortly afterward he pipped UP
with a new command stateside)... And the Navy officer who
beat the rap on almost building a country cottage with non non-wcess"
wcess" non-wcess" materials And the high-ranking general against
whom no action was taken because of the "prestUe damage
somebody foresaw.
Sure it hurts prestige when a big man serving overseas re re-ouires
ouires re-ouires bouncing. What does it do to morale and prestige when

he's kept on?

Sir:

Strictness Favored

COMFORT FOR KIDS

The powers-that-bs must feel very pleased with toe selves,
planning their own air-conditioned comfort while the children
of the Zone try to study under sub-standard conditions in
sweltering classrooms. v I suppose most of the administrators
have children old enough to be going to college in too States.
So they just don't care. .r 1

A country is jungea oy i auiwiac wwafus ui
education. Unless an administration considers these the most
vital factors in the community, it is headed backwards instead
of forwards.
The old Ancon commissary (which would have made ex ex-cellent
cellent ex-cellent claWdpmsi is being renovated. For what? For more
pencil pushers. The Building .is growing so top-heavy that
more and morebuHdlngs are necessary to house the personnel.
Why? Because the systems are so involved that nobody can
understand them. ..'...
, Every time a Tauilding is improved it Is for adults. One
ijwould think that t?e lived in the dark ages to see the lack Of
thought given to, the schools.
We have fine teachers. In that, we are more fortunate than
many Stateside communities. But no teacher can combai the
iMlt.iiri of afternoon heat in the Zone.

ive up and lust send the KUU to scnooi in me morn morn-wotffti
wotffti morn-wotffti t'o better to sleep al home In the afternoons
to the accrtmpanimonf of the poor, ivsrheated teqh-
- Hot Air

Sir:

IAN ANTONIO BUGLE

It will be an effort to get in a word. The old boy caught
cold yesterday and didn't get an honest wink all night.
Tha stack show folded uo last nieht and thev are parking

what's left. Somebody parted with the $800 for the champion

steer ana donated it tq aoys Town, imormea sues prices were
Bond.

That stiff wind out there was what gave me my cold, but
if hromo-aulnine ana cascara hold out I will soon set rid of it.

Parke-Davis introduced my father to it 85 years ago, and I
was the guineapig. I've been using it ever since.
Still a bunch of snow-diggers down here that can't get
home. Everything snowed under in the Panhandle and still

coming down.
An hour's rest and sleep has put me in better shape to
finish this.

Last week I got hold of some copies of: The Panama Amer

ican that had be3ii noaung around tne country ior over
month, and a few that made it in 20 davs.

Weather man tays more snow is beginning to fall a short

way north. Let it snow. I don't have to go out in it ana lee.
safe as lone as the cascara holda out.

That brings to mind, the Rexall Drug Company's 1-cent
sale is on. You get two for one, plus one cent. Helps a. bit, as
I get six-months stock.
Frank's cousins, the Air Force cubs, are in town but they
are not letting thrm run around much. Seems as if they are

speeders and cause most of toe accidents.
"Pep" Wright

ly VICTOR RIISIL
Most everybody believes that
under Walter Reuther's profit-sharing
system, an auto worker will
awaken one bright morning, go to
his mail box and fish out an en envelope
velope envelope containing a $500 check with
a note from the company say saying,
ing, saying, "be our guest.'
(But most everybody hasn't read
the small print. There is no auto automatic
matic automatic bonus for each auto worker
in this imaginative '58 model de demand
mand demand of the Auto Wokers' Union
from the industry. Fact is the
workers may never get any cash
at all.

If the profit-sharing plan is a-

greed to, there must be a vote first
in every local union before a com company
pany company turns over its share of the
profits. Under the majority vote
of any Auto Unio; local, the mo money
ney money may go for any conceivable
project and even for some not

yet conceived.

The members of the XYZ Horn
Blowing Corp local in Yazoo

Groves may, for example, vote to

use their total share of the firm s

profits for a rest home or a gro

cery store or even divide it up

with workers of a competing firm

which made no profits because its
horns didn't blow so good.

The plan specifically says there
is no limit on the use of the shar shared
ed shared profit so long as the local
union, or the council of unions in

any firm, takes a vote on the mo
ney's disposal.

The Auto Unions' national lead leadership
ership leadership makes some definite sug suggestions.
gestions. suggestions. But nowhere included
in these is specific mention of dis

tributing the profits to each work

er in a lump sum after tne firm
has come out of the counting house.
Inquiry on how the union's na national
tional national chiefs propose to distrubute
profits,' it the campaign is won,
led to this section of the Auto Work Workers'
ers' Workers' written demands:

"They money available for the

supplementary package would be

allocated to various; purposes by
the workers themselves through

the democratic machinery of their

unros, it says on page 16 of the
Administrative Letter of the Inter International
national International Union of Automobile, Air Air-craaft
craaft Air-craaft and Agricultural Implement

Workers of America; dated Jan.

13, 1958.

Under this profit-sharing system,

presumably, the company would re

port the amount it is ready to

share. The union would check the
records unless the fraternal

spirit is so overwhelming thafthey

use the honorf system. The local
union leaders would then call a

meeting and ask wfiat the brothers

and sisters pleasure. The leaders
would, of course, have to sumit

varied proposals in resolution

form.

The union's membership then

would vote, either on the floor or
by secret ballot whichever is

the prevailing practice.

Mark this alocsl could vote

to worlt a four-day week at five

days pay. The bonus money would
simply be paid them each week for
the day they stay away. That
would give Walter Reuthers loc locals
als locals a four-day wee'k, after all. This
was definitely suggested by Leo

nard Woodcock, a UAW national

vice-president and head of the u-

nion's. General Motors Council

which covers some 350,000 work workers.
ers. workers. The union's high command made
seven specific recommendations
for locals to consider if profit
sharing ia won, of course. These
are:

Sir:

EARNING TAXPAYERS' MONEY

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Nathan Leopold s Parole
By BOB RUARK

in such perilous times America can no longer afford the
luxury of maintaining Inept nincompoops in comfortable mill mill-,
, mill-, tary positions. There is one two-bit tyrant on toe Isthmus
who, by way of earning the taxpayers money with which he
. Is paid, goes around filling the air with foul-mouthed tirades
against his female employes. He further chisels the taxpayer
by using government-paid repairmen to maintain his personal
property, and that of hi fellow officers.
Leadership is not- achieved bv causing your subordinates to
hate your guts. If this be leadership, give me Attila.
1 Sic Semper Tyrannit
SUPERVISORS AND ASSISTANT
Sir:
No money for immediate or near-future improvement of
the congested condition of toe Balboa Junior High School build building?
ing? building? Here's how plenty could be obtain ed, but. fast. Eliminate
the deadwood in the Schools Division. From the number of
"directors" one would be led to believe the Canal Zone schools
comprise a big-citv educational system. Why a Director of
Elementary Education when there are two Supervisors of in instruction
struction instruction and 10 principals to do the work?
Why a Director of Secondary Education when everyone
knows the principals of the junior and senior high schools can
carry toe work load?
Why a Director of Physical Education when there is a large
and capable staff of coaches and Instructors?
Last but not least here are the "assistants" assistant
superintendent, administrative assistant and assistant to the
administrative assistant. Just what role does the Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent of Schools play in this comedy?
How has this cushy setup missed the eagle eye of manage management
ment management for so many years?
Perhaps this explains why the junior High School will con continue
tinue continue to be overcrowded an ideal situation for branding de delinquency.
linquency. delinquency. Or did you know we have none on the Zone?
Disgusted
: BLACKBIRDS AND DEMOCRACY
Sir,: 1
Poor Mr. X (Mail Box, March 3) cries about Panamanian
democracy and that practiced on the other side of the 4th of
July Avenue. He and his kind think a man who has invested
money in a business has no voice as to who he should Aire.
Why do people like Mr. X have to force themselves on peo people
ple people who do not want them? Other people are satisfied to atay
among their own kind, but not the Mr. X. They nave to shove
themselves in where they are not" wanted.
Mr. X should take a Xaeon from God's creatures. Even the
blackbirds don't try to force themselves in among other birds.
Why doesn't Mr. X and his kind do likewise?
Wondering

1 The money could be turned
into additional wage increases.

2 The profit sharing could be

turned into additional hospital-me
dical insurance protection.

3 The money could be paid out
when there are short work weeks

and layoffs.

4 The money could go to help
families hit by the shift of plants

from one area to another, ami to
ease matters for those affected by

"technological changes which

clearly means automation.
5' Pensions could be improved

8 There could be additional paid

holidays.

7 Vacations could he lengthen
ed.

8 This point has excited by far
the most interest. It says the shares

of profit can be used for "any oth

er purposes which they deem ad

visable, m

Thus each local union could share

its new wealth by cutting it up

among the members or even go

ing into business. To esch its own.

There is no other profit sharing

like this.

Mina was one of the loude&t

voices against chtf parole 01 Ma Ma-than
than Ma-than Leopold, but the parole has
hn ifranted and it is to be hop

ed that the statement issued by
the thrill-killer of little Bobby
Franks will remain as fact.

Leopold, ireed "after 333 years
int he clink, says he has repent

ed of his sins and that he is a a-cutely
cutely a-cutely conscious that his own fu future
ture future hangs in the balance. "Thou

sands pi prisoners, na sai a,
"look to me to vindicate the reha rehabilitation
bilitation rehabilitation theory of imprisonment,

I will my best not to tan in inai

trust."
It is said that justice must be
tempered with mercy, but there

is a hanging clause wmcu nugm
define who is eligible for mercy

and who is not.
- A rich homosexual who kill
S child for a thrill, togefr)
with his other perverted ineud,
Richard Loeb, and who hs spent
the last 33 years in the highly
frustrative atmosphere of a prison
in a sea of men, might be open
to question. .....
I never knew a jail to improve
anybody but O. Henry. He at
least managed to stay out of the
clink after hia stretch in the Ohio
State academy for bad little

boys.
One of his fellow alumni, a me mechanical
chanical mechanical genius, invented a new
kind of electric chair, and in rec recognition
ognition recognition for his service ,to the

state, he was evemuauy paroieu.
He more or less promptly knock knocked
ed knocked off somebody and came home
for the annual reunion, which
they celebrated by toasting him
to a turn in his own invention.
That Leopold is alive at all is
a lucky swindle by th-st able old
ham, Clarence Darrow. who apart
from Bill Fallon was possibly the
best criminal lawyer who ever

lived. He got the aarling -ncn
boys off with 99 years when a
poor guy would have been excut-ed.

As it was, the case never went
to a jury. Da'rrow made them plead
guilty and Loeb and Leopold
drew life as well, for murder, a-

part from the 99 years for kidnap kidnaping.
ing. kidnaping. The prosecutor, the late Robert
Crowe, said bitterly of his "pair
of rattlesnakes" that if the case
had gone to the jury, both young
gentlemen would have been exe executed.
cuted. executed. Loeb, of course, is not around
to applaud the parole of his part partner,
ner, partner, since he was stabbed fatally
in a homosexual witch fight in
prison. In a way you might say
that he was not so much murder murdered
ed murdered as ironically executed for his
crime.
Leopold app'ied for parole three
times and was turned down. He
sought executive clemency from
Governor William Stratton, and,
was refused. Now all of a sudden
he's to go free.
Maybe he will justi'y the ac action.
tion. action. .maybe not. He is not an
old- man at 53. He started his
young manhood as a pervert, and
prison does not discourage perver perversion.
sion. perversion. We will see. .

There are several aspects of
crime and punishment, vengeance
by the state and possible renabi renabi-litatlon
litatlon renabi-litatlon of the sinner. It depends
on whether you. seek deterrence
or a kind of college education m
behaving like a decent human .bo

rn0.
I will cite you a stark exam example
ple example of the failure of deterrance in
England. Since the hanging penal penalty
ty penalty has been virtually abolished,
the murder rateAhas jumpod, and
the motiveless murders haVe leap-

eu even nigner

Married to ofle of the most beau

tutrutterred

Mful that

din reversal by Mos

COUNTS R-SW1TCH

an opinion Dy Allen mules, ao

heaU oi Central Intelligence, tnat
Russia sincerely does want a

truce in the tolu War. Hitherto

Dulles, brother of the secretary
0 state and a powerful opinion-

mo der for the White House, has

not agreed with Harold Stassen
that Russia really wanted disar

mament.

tu,.in Tknm'., in the Ackerman's we 1-appointed
in Moscow has agreed with Mas- Uu. Pntnma. thm li

or expensive furnishings, bidets.

other extras, which aroused the
cupidity 0 other Air Porce wives
at Clark Field.

Ackerman is considered ana of

the most brilliant young officers

Washington,

Oench the genen
arated when he
to the Philippic
man remained in
for a time it seen
she would join hi

FinaLy he persuaded her to ef effect
fect effect a reconciliation and come to

Manila. In Manila, Air Force
headquarters were not exactly as
in tk A.I,.....'. 1 i. I

sen and so have some 01 the under

of icials in the State Department

Now the potent recommendation

of Allen Dulles joins them Uwt

Russia would like to easetensions
"or ss much as ten years. Du les

is not so cheerful about what may
happen after ten years.

COUNTIR-SWITCH Na. 2-Last

week the State Department eab ed

secret instructions to Thompson

in Moscow to sound out the Rus Russians
sians Russians on their conditions ior a
summit conference. Thompson

was told to use his own discretion

in quiet talks with the Soviet for

eign of ice, but to make it abso

lutely clear Eisenhower would ne

ver agree to a summit conference
unless the Kremlin agreed to tome

kind of preparatory talks at a

lower level.

This was a switch for 'he Ei

senhower Administration which

hitherto had demanded a for

eign ministers' conference.

Hardly had Thompson dehveied

this message than the novin for

eign minister came back with his
switcheroo to a foreign ministers'
conference.
Chief conclusion to be gained
torn all this maneuvering is that
a summit conference wi I definite

ly be held this summer It may
be restricted, hut it will be held.

Note Stassen in ms inai re

port to the President suggested
holding the summit conference in
New York at UN headquarters
with UN secretary-general Dag

HammarsKjoid sitting n; then in inviting
viting inviting Bulganin and Khrushchev

Capone, also will be paroled aft after
er after 24 years in the clink on a sen sentence
tence sentence 0 199 years for prisone s
cape. He still has another 18-

month hitch to serve before he

comas loose.

Personally, I would rather see

Roger free. than LeoDoM. ( com

piex personalities enter the argu- 10 me ueuysDurg tarm tor per
ment. But the basic argument re- sonal talks. One problem Eisen Eisen-mains.
mains. Eisen-mains. If both bovs were so bid hower faces in a summit con er

as to draw a combined sentence I ence is the difficulty of prolonged

01 99 years, puis me on tne wnversauuns. mey ure.mm

side, what is the point of setting

mem iree u jau is to De used as

"BIDIT" Glt FRAL

Inside fact about the recal' of

in the Air Force. He was picked
by superiors ss a man likely to
end up as chief of the Air Force.
Tragedy is that because of his at

tempt to keep a beautiful wife hap happy
py happy in tropical Manila, he's likely
to end up with the' name John

uioei ackerman, not John Be-

vier Ackerman.

BtNSON'S MI AT FftlIND
The meat lobby 1s so anxious

to keep secret its relations with
Secretary of Agriculture Benson
that meat lobbyist A ed P. Davies
tried to retaliate .ast week against
the Chicago Daily News reporter

who reported that he had advised

Benson on how to answer attacks
by Republican congressmen.
Lobbyist Davies was in the Na National
tional National Press Club bar boasting how
he helped write the statement Ben-"
son issued to the press, and how
Ezra had phoned him ior advice.
But when Chicago newsman Wil William
liam William McGaffin storied checking oh
Davies' boasts, Davies phoned to
say that si statements made in
the pressi club bar were of"-the-record.
'
'Hogwash," I replied McGaffin,
the newsman who dared ask Ike
about his expensive helicopters.

old

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notice tnat RoEer -Touhv. the

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COMMUNISTS ARRBSTSO
SEOUL, March 7 (UP.) Th
South Korean Army Counter Counterintelligence
intelligence Counterintelligence Corps announced to today
day today it arrested 59 Communist
agents; during 1957. Officials s J
the agents eit.h"f h''
Armistice line- from North Korea
or had landed on, the

MTICE TO INVESTORS IN
Hamilton Funds
In the interest of the many Hamilton investors in this
area, we will publish the Hamilton share quotation on the
1st of each month.
HAMILTON FUNDS (H-DA) quotation January
3 At, 1958 $3.69
HAMILTON FUNDS (H-DA) quotation February
lat, 1958 ......$3.83
HAMILTON FUNDS (H-DA) quotation March
3ra 1958 $3.88
For further information, please contact
William B. Lyon P.O. Sox 5290
District Manager Panama, R. P.
Phona Panama 3-7063

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s Armed Forces Day will oome
to the Atlantic side this year on
.March 15 at Fort Davis with the
"public invited to witness demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations and exhibits which will
-fiiustrate the AFD slogan of
"Powerior Peace."
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Activities will get under way at
I a.m. with a parade of Army,
Navy, Marine, and Air Force
units. At 8:30 the review will be
followed by live demonstrations of
explosives, drill teams and an
Air Force Air Show. The parade
And demonstrations will take place
in front of a 4000-seat grandstand
Which has been constructed in the
opn area between the troop bar barracks'
racks' barracks' and the Engineer W a r e e-houses
houses e-houses at Davis.
The opening part of the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration will be conducted by
111 .,,I.,U.

IN HER STRIDE There's
(talk of a supporting-role Oscar ;
If or blue-eyed, blonde, 22-year-,
old Hope Lange for her acting'
in the flim, "Peyton Place." I
But Hope isn't surprised at the :
acclaim. She's convinced she
can reach stardom. She's been
working hard at acting since
ahe appeared in a, Pulitzer Prize
plajr at 12.- Overnight fame?
She laughs, "Even the Eskimos
don't hav eights that long!"

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Armed Forces Day Parade Begins
At 9 A.M. March 15 At Fort Davis

the USARCARIB Chemical War
fare Section. This demonstration
will consist of actual use of ther
mite grenades as well as other
types of chemicals and explosives.
The finale of this portion of the
program will be the detonation of
a simulated atomic bomb.
The final event of the live dem
onstration will be an air show
featuring a helicopter demonstra
tion by the U.S. Army Caribbean
Aviation Detachment and a per performance
formance performance of aerobatics by four
Air Force f-iou's known as the
Thunderbirds." The final even will
be a flyover by U.S. Air Force
B-57's.
During the demonstrations a
complete narration of the events
as they occur will he given in
both English and Spanish over a
public address system.
Following the demonstration 29
major static exhibits will be o-
pened to the public. These exhi
bits will be found in the Trans
Donation Motor Pool area at
Fort Davis. Some exhibit' h i a h
lights will be the Navy underwa
ter cuung oi steel, dssic infan
try weapons, such as mortars,
machine guns and rocket launch launchers,
ers, launchers, audience Bartiqipation exhi exhi-bits
bits exhi-bits such as the finger 'printing
Of interested spectators by the
miuiary rouce, operation of cer certain
tain certain radio transmitters and receiv
ers by the USARCARIB School
Signal Section, nontoon. nridees.
and a display of equipment bv
CFN radio and TV to include
some on-tne-spot tape recorded in
terviews with the visiting public.
une extra anaea attraction will
be open house at Battery "B'Vof
the 764th AAA Battaion. A shut
tle bus will run from the static
oispiay area to the Battery site,
wnere me puouc win be permit
ted to inspect all the facilities
01 an actual combat reirlv ami.
aircraft artillery unit. Open for
buouc inspection will be tW Bat Battery's
tery's Battery's living quarters, weapons, e-
uuiumeni, ana omer laciuties.
bus transportation from Colon,
coco bono ana Atlantic Are
nilitary housing, areas will be a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable on Eagle Bus Co. buses.
SPIRRY NAMED
DAYTON, Ohio, March 7 (UP)
Sperry Gyroscope Co., subsidi
ary of hperry Rand Corp., has
been named manager of a new
Air Force radar development pro program
gram program and has been awarded a $21
million contract to begin develop development
ment development and production work on the
project the Air Materiel Com Command
mand Command announced today. The Air
Force refused to comment on de details
tails details for security reasons.
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School officials today cleared
brusque-spoken junior high school
teacher of charges that she shout
ed profanity in the c'assrooms
and bartered good grades for
green trading stamps.
Supt. of Schools Thomas N.
Johnston, however, advised Mis
Elsie May Peters to be more
careful in her "use of words.'

Johnston's

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ublic hearing
alnt 25 y

five-day pu
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veteran of
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Junior High Schol students.
They claimed she gave "A"
grades to students who turned in
trading stamps while failing some
who did not. Several parents ac accused
cused accused Miss Peters of downgrading
their children's intelligence quo quotients.
tients. quotients.
She denied the charts.
"It is my finding that the com

once called a student a

"jackass.'
While not constituting profanity,
the "jackass" term in its context
"could be construed as improper

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rate separate ventures has transformed the face of
the Earth.
The Swiss watchmaking industry provides
employment for 70,000 persons in Switzer Switzerland.
land. Switzerland. Its exports (topped 300 million dollars
in 1956) place it as the nation's second
largest bread-winner. Yet, how many of,
those who make Swiss watches, of those
who sell them and of those who wear them
are aware that this vast world-acclaimed
Industry has been founded on three revolu-,
tlonary principles the precision wrist'
watch, the waterproof wristwatch and the
selfwinding mechanism and that these
principles are largely the fruit oi one man's
vision. That man is Hans WilsdOM, ths
founder of the Rolex Watch Company.
THAT A WRISTWATCH SHOULD
COMPARE IN ACCURACY TO A
MARINE CHRONOMETER
At the turn of the century, the wristwatch
was treated as a joke. The public ridiculed
the idea that so small a mechanism, so
vulnerably situated, could keep good time.
Hans Wilsdorf ignored their scorn and, to
prove his point, in 1912, disregarding the
cost and risk involved, he ordered the Rolex
factory to create a wristwatch whose preci precision
sion precision would compete with that of a marine

Profanity In Classrooms

plaints were not supported by evi evidence
dence evidence or they addressed i n
selves sole'y to .matters of admin admin-instrative
instrative admin-instrative correction," Johnson
said.
rs, a
COMPLETES PURCHASE
PITSBURGH, March 7 (UP)-
National Electric Products Corp.
announced completion of arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to pur chase Frequency
Standard, Inc. a New Jersey mak maker
er maker of electronic apparatus and
equipment. No financial details
were disclosed.
only
but millions
chronometer. The assignment seemed im impossible,
possible, impossible, but two years later, on 15th July
1914 at the Kew Observatory in England, a
small Rolex wristwatch, 25 mm. In diameter,
was awarded the coveted Kew A certificate
after 45 days of testing in five separate
positions and three different temperatures.
This trial was identical to those undergone
by marine chronometers...
THAT A WRISTWATCH SHOULD BE
TRULY WATERPROOF...
Humidity was the arch-enemy of every
watchmaker. For centuries such devices as
double crystals and double case backs were
constructed In the attempt to exclude net
only water, but dust as well, from the deli delicate
cate delicate movements. But it was not until 1926
that Hans Wilsdorf. patented the world's
first genuinely waterproof watch the
RolexOyster. The problem of how to protect
a fine precision movement against all exte exterior
rior exterior elements was solved. In 1927,a young
stenographer- from London, Miss Mercedes
GJeitz, swam the English Channel with a
Rolex Oyster on her wrist. It was quite un unaffected
affected unaffected by the ordeal, thus providing spec spectacular
tacular spectacular proof to the effectiveness of the
Oyster waterproof case. In later years, in
a litigation before the Swiss Supreme Court
in front of expert witnesses, it was found
that the Rolex Oyster watch case was in indeed
deed indeed the first truly waterproof case ever
created.
THE INVENTION "OF THE SELFWINDING
WRISTWATCH
The 18th century knew automatic watches,
but they were without exception large-sized
pocket watches, selfwound by a "pedometer"
mechanism, and never very satisfactory.
Their manufacture soon died out. It was
not until 1931 that Hans Wilsdorf invented
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STUDENTS BOYCOTT
VIENNA, March 7 (UP) A
Hungarian Communist newspaper
reported today that university!
students were boycotting the Red
Youth OrganUation and openly
de'ying the Budapest Communist!
regime.

The Communist Yoitfh wekly
Magyar Ifjusag complained that
'counter revolutionary elements
had been tearing down posters of
the Communist Youth Organize
tion in university law schools.
"Anti Communist slogans
have repeatedly been painted on
the wal's of the university build buildings,"
ings," buildings," the newspaper added.

er Columbus

have benefited from the discovery of America

the "rotor" Perpetual selfwinding mech mechanism
anism mechanism and thus resolved the century-old
problem of the automatic wristwatch. This
had greater importance than the mere
avoidance of the need to wind a watch. The
constant tension of the mainspring in a
selfwinding watch in itself makes for great greater
er greater accuracy. The tremendous effect of this
invention became doubly evident when, 15
years later, the Rolex patents having ex expired,
pired, expired, the majority of Swiss watch manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers adopted the same principle for
their automatic watches.
"
the Wrist chronometer
Only those watches which have successfully
passed the rigorous trials of an Observatory
or one of the seven Swiss Institutes for Of Official
ficial Official Timekeeping Tests are awarded the
title of chronometer. EveryRolex chronome chronometer
ter chronometer is immediately recognizable by the Red
Seal -attached to It, and each one has its
own official Timing Certificate. In the past
thirty years, out of the phenomenally large
production of Swiss wristwatches and move movements,
ments, movements, only 487,647 have been officially
certified chronometers. Of this figure 312, 312,-220
220 312,-220 were made .by Rolex, almost twice as
many as all other Swiss manufacturers
combined.
THE MOST ADVANCED
WRIST CHRONOMETER IN THE WORLD
With so unique a record in. inventiveness
and pioneering spirit, it is little jwonder
that the world looks to Rolex for the most
advanced chronometer of today. Picture
each one of these epoch-changing innova innovations
tions innovations incorporated into oneatch; add to
them a calendar mechanism; add to them
a brand-new mechanism which spells out
the day of the week in full on the dial:
such is the latest Rolex creation the Day-

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date. Thanks to its creator, who was the
first to set himself to prove that a preci precision
sion precision wristwatch was a reality, it has the
unrivalled accuracy of an Official Certified
Chronometer movement, which has a a-chieved
chieved a-chieved the distinction ."Especially Good
Results." Thanks to its creator, who was the
first to solve the problem of complete pro protection,
tection, protection, It is a hundred per cent proofed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst water, dust and dirt by the now f a a-moust
moust a-moust Rolex Oyster case. Thanks again to
Mr. Wilsdorf, whose inspired direction gave
birth to the first satisfactory automatic
wristwatch, the Daydate is entirely self self-wound
wound self-wound by the "rotor" perpetual mechanism.
It shows the day of the month, magnified
by the "Cylops" lens and changing auto automatically
matically automatically and instantaneously every mid midnight,
night, midnight, in a neat dial window. And, unlike
any other watch in the world, it shows the
day of the week, written In full, also
changing automatically and instantaneous instantaneously
ly instantaneously every twenty-four hours.
The Daydate is the watch of the future,
but it will appear on the market very short shortly.
ly. shortly. It is fitting that this chronometer, which
Is perhaps the most advanced and up-to-date
of its kind, should be produced in the
lifetime of the man who has contributed so
largely to the fantastic growth and devel development
opment development of the watchmaking Industry.
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DISTINGUISHED VISITORS FETED AT PARTY
GIVEN BY JUAN PRANCISCO ARIAS AT UNION CLUB
Juan Francisco Arias entertained the owners of the
yacht NoVia Del Mar at a cocktail party at the Union Chib
on Wednesday night.
Guests of honor were Mr. John P. Scripps, owner of the
John P. Scripps Newspapers and James G. Scripps, principal
of the Scripps League of Newspapers and their wives.

De La Guerdie-Tolederw
Nuptials Tonlaht
Tonight Miss Jeanne Arline To To-ledano,
ledano, To-ledano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roberto S. Toledano, becomes the
bride of Mr. Guillermo E. de la
Guardia Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guilermo de la Guardia of Pana Panama
ma Panama City. The maid of honor
wil be Miss Marisita de la
Guardia, the best man Mr. Rog Roger
er Roger R. "Toledano. bridesmaids will
be Misa Vilma Delvalle and
Miss Rita Duran, acompanied by
the groomsmen Mr. Hector Val Val-dfez
dfez Val-dfez HI and Mr. Juan F. de la
duardia. The Junior bridesmaid
will be Miss Olguita de la Guar Guar-dja.
dja. Guar-dja. The train bearers wil be
Marisla Midence .and Marianela
Diaz, ring bearers Alonso de la
Guardia and Mario Alberto Diaz.
The wedding dress was made
by Madame de Hond, and the
hridescake by Mrs. Marita de
Fool.
After the religious ceremony,
Which will take place at the To To-ldano's
ldano's To-ldano's residence,' there will be
a reception at the Panama Golf
Club at 8:30 p.m., to which
have been invited friends and
relatives of the couple.
uckllns Hare On
Way To Arftntina
. Capt. and Mrs. L. B. Bucklin
sfre stopping at Tivoli Guest
irjouse for I few days en route
to Argentina Where he vill direct
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a US-Argentine bi-national center.
He was formerly in the same
worn ior the U.S. State Depart Department
ment Department on assignment to Brazil.-
Mesdames Rtmon, BaHetta
Return From Coave Rica
Mrs. Cecilia P. vda. de Remon,
Minister of Labor Social Wei. are
and Public Health and Second
vice-president and Mrs. Heraclio
Barletta returned on Wednesday
from San Jose, Costa Rica, where
they went as delegates to a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Ministers of Public
Health of Central America.
Gulick NCO Wives
See Color Slides
Of Monterey, Calif.
The regular monthly meeting
of Fort GUlick Non-Commissioned
Officers Wives! Club was held
Tuesday in the Bamboo Room of
the Fort Gulick N.C.O. Club.
Mrs Nora Perry presided over
the meeting. The announcement of
committee members were as. fol follows:
lows: follows: social director, Mrs. Fran Fran-cis
cis Fran-cis Berger: hospitality chairman,
Mrs. Viola Him: publicity chair chairman,
man, chairman, Mrs. Vivian Ralph; hospital
chairman, Mrs. Rita Gomez; bin bingo
go bingo chairman, Mrs. Gilbert a
Brown; and the calling commit committee,
tee, committee, Mrs. Loraine Dustin. Mn.
Betty VaSilake, Mrs. Dorothy Fos Foster
ter Foster and Mrs. Lettie Dotson.
The highlights of the evening
consisted of the presentation of a

I farewell gift to Mrs. Nancy John Johnson
son Johnson by Mrs. Viola Hirn for the
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uud ana a uavei log oi oeauu oeauu-ful
ful oeauu-ful colored s.ides of Monterey,
Calilornia by SFC Joe Hua was
enjoyed by all.-
The White Elephant was won
by Mft. Ruuh Criss.
Reireshment was served by the
Club Oifteers and the Board of
Governors.
Members attending were Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames Nora Perry. Kathryn tu

lip. Audrey Barsi, Francis Berger,

Lorraine Dustin, Kuu criss, o
Henning, Nancy 'ohnson, Viola
Hirn. Louise Wilcox, Isabel San Santos,
tos, Santos, Francis Gilbert, Joanne Hid Hidden,
den, Hidden, lrmagard Morrison, Sylvia
Brittle, Rita Gomez, Virginia Sta Sta-delman.
delman. Sta-delman. Barbara Krieger, Jennie
Robertson, Lettie Dotson, Clara
Hollenbaugh, Hester Hartley, Do Do-leres
leres Do-leres Car, Ane St. Cyr, Clara
Blasingame, and Vivian Ralph.
A special welcome was extend extended
ed extended to new members, Mesdames
Martye Saunders, Mavis Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, Lynne Simpson, Edith Cona Cona-ry,
ry, Cona-ry, Bridie Sheppard, and Dorothy
Foster.
The following guests were pres

ent for the meeting, Mesdames

Margie Koch, Betty Vasilake, and
Elizabeth Henry.
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Ingrid To Meet
Lars Schmidts
Family, Friends
GOTHENBURG. Sweden, March
INGRID TO INSIDE

businessman Lars Schmidt, said
today he was bringing actress In Ingrid
grid Ingrid Bergmsn home this weekend
to meet .his family and friends.
Mrs. R. Schmidt, whose son

has dated Miss Bergman inLon-

don. Paris and Rome, disclosed
that she had received a telegram
from her son in Paris.

She -said she and her husband

would give a dinner for the ac actress
tress actress Ssturday. inviting Lars'
brothers and sisters and closest
friends.

Miss Bergman flew to Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen Denmark', yesterday from
Rome. She hinted to newsmen she
might see Schmidt this Week, but
she said nothing about any visit
to his family here.
The actress is separated from
movie director Roberto Roscllinl

Fifm Qn Swimming
Will Be Shown
At USO Tomorrow

Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the

USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa, a special film

bssed on swimming and swimming

teenmquet win be shown. These
films are available through the

usis.
Included in the evenings show

ihg will be the, film of the 1952
Olympic Games.
The public of Panama and the
Canal Zone, and the military are

cordially invited to attend. There

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PIBST AID GRADUATES Recent graduates of the Red Cro
given at the Cocoii Clubhouse by Mrs. Edith Balblrnte, of the
shown at graduation ceremonies with Capt. K. W. Hlnea, USN,
Hospitalman First Class K. J. Kelly, who assisted Mrs. Balbir
row), Hasel Plggott, Shirley Martin, Louise Edwards. Nancy B
USN; Diane Smitn, Dorothy Marshall, Mrs. Robert Stephenson,

ss First Aid and Disaster Relief combined courses which are
Rodman Naval Station Disaster Relief Training Office, are
Commanding Of ficcr of the Rodman Naval Statldn, and Navy
nle in the First Aid training. Shown here are (1. to r., front
eckermeyer, Egla Bouin. (L. to r. back row), HM1 K. J. Kelly,
Barbara Osmolinski, Peggy Beard and Captain K. W. Hlnes.
(Official U.S. Navy Photograph)

FIRST BAPTIS CHURCH
Balboa Heights
A series of Bible lectures will

open this Sunday at the First Bap

tist Church of Balboa Heights. Dr.
R. I. Humberd of Flora, Indiana,
will be the speaker. The confer conference
ence conference will feature the use of Bible
charts; each night a new chart il

lustrating the (Bible truth.

This is the first time such a

Bible conference has been pre-

sented in Panama. It is designed
to make easy and plain the more

difficult teachings of the Bible.
Dr. Humberd will begin Sunday
at 8:20 a.m. and 10:40 a.m. with
the subject, "The Resurrection Bo

dy." Sunday at 7:30 p.m. he will

continue with, "The Kesurrection
of Christ."
On Monday and Tuesday eve

nings, his ministry will continue at
the Bethany Baptist church in

Rainbow City, returning again to

the First Baptist Church of Bal

boa Heights on Wednesday and

cofctmtfnfcjMi through WetoesJly
Mar. 19.

His subjects will Include: 'The
Virgin Birth," "Laid to My 'Ac 'Account;"
count;" 'Account;" "The Person! and Work of
Christ," "Symbols of the Holy

Spirit," "The Mark of the Beast,"
"Crowns at the Judgement Seat

of Christ,' "The Day of Redemp
tion," 'Lessons from the Taber

naele," "How I, can be Absolutely

Sure of Heaven," 'Spiritual Bless

ings in Christ," and "The Coming
of the Lord Draweth Night."
Dr. Humberd is a frequent speak speaker
er speaker at seminaries, Bible colleges,
and Bible schools as well as a na nationally
tionally nationally known speaker throughout
the United States and Canada.
Everyone is invited to enjoy the
lectures and take advantage of
having the deeper truths of Cid's
word made plain and simple. The
meetings begin at 7:30 each night,,
nurseries are provided.

him umiiui niilt h nravlifaft in

only ov i 'VH . ... j-
the form of solos by the minister.
This Sunday's solo: "Babylon," by

Michael Watson.

Each Sunday evening during

Lent, special Lenten Prayer Serv-
ipo snnnsored bv the Youth Fel

lowship, will be held. At any time
during the half hour from 6:30 to
7, persons may enter the Church
for nraver. The Chnrch School and

Adult Bible Class meet at 9:45 a.

m. each Sunday; the Youth Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship meets at 5:30 p.m. each

Sunday of Lent.
The Church Membership Class,
taiiPht hv the minister meets

Wednesday at 8 p.m. People of
all denominational backgrounds
are welcomed to all services.

UNION CHURCH

ward the question "Where Were
The Children?"

On Sunday afternoon the Youth

Fellowship wiU enjoy a time of

picnicking, recreation and worship
at the Jorstad-Maedl beach resid residence
ence residence at Pina. The Junior Fellow

ship will meet at its regular time
5 p.m., under the direction of Mrs.

Chester S. Harrow, Jr., The .group
will continue its discussion series
"Ways of Finding God."
The Church Council will meet
Monday evening at 7 p.m. for its
monthly meeting. A number of
important items will be discuss discussed,
ed, discussed, among them plans for the con
gregation's tenth anniversary
which will be observed the week weekend
end weekend of April 20.

Wood Alcohol
Toll Reaches 27,
Five Men Held
NEW YORK (UP)-The death
toll trom lethal bootleg alco alcohol
hol alcohol stood at 27 today. Five men
are held on homicide charges for
stealing and selling the wood al alcohol
cohol alcohol drink in the Puerto Rican
slums of Manhattan and The
Bronx.
The latest victim, Henry Dis Dis-dier,
dier, Dis-dier, 33, died shortly before mid midnight,
night, midnight, a few hour after he was
admitted to Metropolitan Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. A number of victims are
still under treatment, some in
critical condition and at least one
nearly blind.
The poison alcohol was traced
Wednesday to a New Jersey
Chemical iirm Worker who police
said admited stealing 60 gallons
of wood alcohol and selling it to
others who mixed it with water,

GUESING games are all right
at a party. But the telephone isn't
the puce to play them. If you call
up someone who hasn't seen you
in years when yon are visiting in
another city don't be coy and say,
"I'll bet you can't guess who this
is."
Your unexpected call will make
far more of a hit if you ssy,' "This
is Joe Smith who used to live a
cross the street from you in Toledo."

Chinese White
Supremicist Nixed
On Princeton Talk
PRINCETON, N.J. (UP)- Seg Segregationist
regationist Segregationist David R. Wang, who
is trying to set up White Citizens
Coimdls in Itriy League colleges,
receved a flat "no" to his rei
nuest to address Princeton

University debating club.

The refusal was Made by the
undergraduate president of the
Princeton Debating Society Jon
Golden a member of the junior
class' from Atlanta, Ga.
In a letter to Wang, Golden de
clined lo sponsor Wang in a
speaking engagement at the uni-;
versRy.
Golden said the speeches
were "ridiculous farces" based"
on "bigotry and ignorance."'
Golden said Wang was "a dis-!
orsca in himself and his race."

Wang is a Chinese graduate of

Dartmouth, woe emigrateo to me..
United States under the Political;
Refugee Act of 1953.
Wang and white supremicist.:
John Kasper are co-founders of"
the North American Citizens for ,"

the Constitution.

fruit juice and soda pop and, sold
it as "King Kong."
The chemical worker, Franciico
Padih, 32, and Pedro Rodriguez,
26, a tannery worker, are hela. on ;
charges of being fugitives from
murder charges in New York
City. Three others are under" ar-
rest in The Bronx on homicide
charges.

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UNION CHURCH
Gatun
On Girl Scout Sunday. Girl

Scouts and IBrownies of are invit

ed to attend the U o'clock worship

service of the Gatun Union Church

in uniform.
! The sermon by the minister will
be "Growing Up Spiritually." A
special feature of all Lenten wor-

MargarHa
Annual Picnic

The entire church family of the
Margarita Union Church will gath gather
er gather on tomorrow at Rancho Raraos
(Police, Range) for its annual out outing.
ing. outing. Games and competitihe sports
for the children wiU rasrk the o o-pening
pening o-pening of the affair at 3 p.m. A
pot-luck supper will be enjoyed' by
all attending at 5 p.m. Communi Community
ty Community singing and other activities are
being planned for all who attend.
Mn Jumps H. Haean and Mrs.

Frank McGilberry are in charge
of arrangements.
Girl Scout Sunday will be ob observed
served observed Sunday morning. Girl
Scouts of the church will attend in
a body and share in the conduct
ing of the worship service. The
pastor of the church, the Rev. M.
Theodore E. Franklin, will con continue
tinue continue his series ft sermons entit entit-ij
ij entit-ij "Wnoo. Around The Cross."

JCU
The sermon will be directed to-

PLANS LIQUIDATION
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WILMINGTON, Del. March 7
(UP) Cuban Atlantic Sugar Co.
stockholders have approved liqui liquidation
dation liquidation plans, the sale of six sub subsidiaries
sidiaries subsidiaries known as the Hershey
companies, and disolution of the
parent company. All three phases
are to be accomplished within the
next year.

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ST. LOUIS Secretary of La Labor
bor Labor James P. Mitchell on the na nation's
tion's nation's unemployment:
"February figures to be re released
leased released next week will probably
show about five million nnem
ployed, but the March figures,
available next month, will show a
downturn."
PASADENA, Calif. Dr. W.
H. Pickering, director of the CaJn CaJn-iornia
iornia CaJn-iornia Institute of Technology Jet
Propulsion Laboratory, on the
whereabouts of the second Explor Explorer
er Explorer sateLite:
"There is a great probability
that it is not in orbit. .It could
even be down in one of the
oceans."
CINCINNATI, Ohio Actress
Marie (The Body) McDonald, on
her of .-again-on-again husband's
most recent request for a di-
Oh. fiddle-dee-dee. I love Har
ry and Harry loves me. The chil
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Harry gets over this latest bit of
foolishness."
STOCKHOLM A' rmirt amirp
on how Princess Margaretha will
present Robin Douglas-Home, to
whom she is believed enlaced, to
her grandfather, King Gustav
Adolf:
"The princess would just walk
over to her grandparents' private
apartment in tne palace and in introduce
troduce introduce her boy friend."
Ike Accepts
Resignation
Of Judge Medina
WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)-
President Eisenhower today ac
cented the resienation from 'ac
tive service" of Federal Circuit
Judge Harold R. Medina who pre
sided at the famed 1949 trial of
"first string" Communist leaders.
The President praised the New
York jurist's "distinguished rec record"
ord" record" and said he was grateful
that Medina would be available
for -duty when needed.
The 70-year old judge has ben
on the U.S. Circuit Court for the
Second District in New York since
1951. Previously he served as a
federal district judge- for four
years.
Under the law. a federal jurist
who serves 10 years can retire at
70 and sit at his pleasure. Medina
was 70 last month.
The judge wrote the President
that although he wished to retire
from active service he was in ex
cellent health and expected to re
turn to the bench "fresh as i
daisy" after a summer vacation
Medina gained nationwide fame
when he presided over the trial
of the 11 r"first strong" Commu
nist leaders. The trial ran from
January to October in 1949.
Indonesia Demands
Return Of Vessel
Seized By Dutch
THU WAttTTW Tha Vathai-laTiih
March 7 (UP) Indonesia today
demanded tne return of the na
tionalizprt K P.M froiohlcr Yaaim
bar. aeized taut mnnth hv the
the. A Dutch foreign ministry
spokesman said the demand
would hp rpiapfort
Indonesia made its demand in
a 300-word note delivered to the
Dutch commissioner far Indonesian
affairs ny Indonesian charge d'af
laires Max Marimis
The note requested the return
oi tne snip, its Indonesian crew,
14 Indonesian soldiers and 24 pas
seneers. It also aslroH full nomr,
pensation for all damages, finan
cial losses and possible vicums
resulting from the Dutch armed
action.
The Kasirabar, a former Dutch
K.P.M. vessel nationalized by In-
donesia last year, was seized by
the Drenthe Feb. 21 in the Macas
sar strait between the islands of
Celebres, and Bbrneo.
The note claimed the ship legal
ly Belonged to Indonesia.
Mohammed Wants
3-Naffon Union
In North Africa
RABAT, Morocco, March 7 7-(UP)
(UP) 7-(UP) King Mohammed V of
Moroco today proposed the es establishment
tablishment establishment of a North African
federation Unking Moroco, Tunis
ia ano Algeria.
The monarch asked that a con con-ference
ference con-ference of leaders from the thre
states be held at "an opportune
moment to outline the form
such a union shouldt ake.
The King made his declaration
during an audience with 14 visit visiting
ing visiting French newspaper editors. The
declaration was pub ished here
wis morning.
Nationalist circles have been
urging the formation of such a
North African union along the lines
of the new Egyptian Syrian fed federation
eration federation as a Dossible counter
weight to the influence of Egypt Egyptian
ian Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser in the Arab world.
Observers here said icine Mo
hammed's declaration apparently
indicates he did not consider
Frahce capable of establishing
peace in Algeria, which has been
wracked by a nationalist rebelioh

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Written far NIA Service
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3 V Pass 4 Pass
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Opening lead 4 K
FRANK WESTCOTT of North
Attleboro sent me today's hand
Frank, who is the leading life mas
tor of new England, calls it a
double-barreled end plsy.
Frank found himself in four
hearts after bidding clubs on the
way up. West opened the lung of
clubs and shifted to the deuce ot
spades. The king forced Frank's
ace and it was up to Frank to
play the hand.
On wflv tn nlav the hand
would he tn tak hia kins of dia
monds, enter dtjmmy with the
kmg oi hearts, atscaro me ten ox
spades on the ace of diamonds
and go after the clubs.
Thi nlav would have worked
lit- a tpn-rphr watch. With trumns
breaking four-two and both miss
ing clubs in the west nana ne
would have wound up with a snap-
py eight tricks.
Frank wn aura tnai tne ciuos
would break- hadlv. He did not be-
lipve that West would have led
the king without the ace and tne
tapir. He knew the odds were a-
gainst an even split of the trumps
and he saw a sure way to onng
home his contract against any
romhination of cards.
All h did waa draw t r u m P S,
..h hia kins of diamonds and
lay down the ten of spades. It did
not matter to him what happened
thereafter. Either1 opponent could
win the trick and lead anything
Hi. man 'with the oueen oi
.n.da rould let the ten hold
There was no possih1! way to beat
the hand any more.
, Q The bidding has been:
North i Beat Sooth Wert
I 1 Pass 1 Pass
14 Pass 2N.T.t Pass
3 4 Pass ?
You. South, hold:
87 vKH QlDSISAQji
What do you do?
A Bid three no-trump. Yonl
are not interested la a five-duty
rente as arc Interested 1st no
"i TODAY'S QUESTION v
You hold the aama haiut and
have responded one diamond to
your partner's opening club bid j
ne naa jumped to two spades.
What do you bid now?
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Knowland Feels Presidential
Disability Issue Needs Solving

WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP);
Senate Republican Leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland said today the
presidential disability problem
must oe solved because the coun
try "cannot afford a hiatus" of
leaderahlp under present world
conditions.
Knowland made his statement
as the House Judiciary Committee
met and was said to have split
along party lines m an attemot
to draft legislation creating ma machinery
chinery machinery for temporarily replacing
a disabled president.
Knowland told a news confer
ence he was worried that Rus
sia might take advantage of a
period of presidential disability to
"start another Berlin blockade, an
other Korea or, on a wider range,
expand m western Europe."
Knowland praised Eisenhower
and Vice President Richsrd Nixon
for their agreement to let Nixon
take over as "acting president"
if the president were unable to
continue.
He said their agreement was
"particularly necessary in view of
the fact" that tt undoubtedly will
take Congress considerable time
to agree on a constitutional solu
tion to the problem.
Members of 'the House judici
ary Committee, meanwhile, were
reported split "after what Chair
man Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) des
cribed as a "very exhaustive
discussion" of the issue. Celler
said the committee will meet a-
gam next Tuesday to try to reach
agreement on some legislation.
Celler said Democratic members
were "pretty well lined up" in
favor of a simple bill to set up
a commission of congressional and
Educators Adopt
Resolutions Calling
For Integration
CHICAGO (UP) The Assn. for
Higher Education has adopted res
olutions calling for integration of
schools "with all deliberate
speed" and for an increased pro
gram of federal scholarships.
The resolutions were adopted
Wednesday at the close of the as
soclation's 13th national confer
ence here. The resolutions drew
no protests from among the 1,000
college administrators who at
tended the conference.
The integration proposal said m
part, "We therefore tn;ge public
and private agencies in those
states which have made little or
no progress to work with all de
liberate speed to- eUiBteatejaciaJ
segregation from educational Insti
tutions."
The resolution was strong
than similar ones adopted in 1956
andJ957 wWfh called for integra integration
tion integration "over a period oi time hi
the light of existing and evolving
social relationships."
The assocation also asked Con
gress for funds for at least 2i,000
new four-year scholarships a year,
about double the number asked
by President Eisenhower. The as as-sociation
sociation as-sociation urged that students he
allowed freedom to choose their
course of study, rather than re
strict the scholarships to science
students ss proposed y the ad
ministration.
IN
STORES: TIVOLI

cabinet officers to determine the
president's insbilty to carry en

his dimes.
Republican members of congress
were holding out for a constitu-
tional amendment
President Eisenhower and At
torney General William P. Rogers
have said they believe only an
amendment to the Constitution
would settle the legal Questions
involved once and for all.
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ALENCON, France, March 7
(UP) Three children wave
killed here today when a rajrway
refrigerator ear jumped t h e e-tracks
tracks e-tracks and smashed into the cot cottage
tage cottage of a grade crossing attend attendant.
ant. attendant. The gate keper and his wife
were injured.
TRAINS COLLIDI
LONDON, March T (UP) Six
persons, including two children,
suffered slight injuries today when
two trains collided at suburban. suburban.-Croyden.
Croyden. suburban.-Croyden. A railway spokesman said the
accident occurred when a steam
passenger train ran into the rear
of suburban electric train.
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PU Trip
P. LUIIH
At am, Mineral MMhm
At Um February meeting of the
Cuil usat Gem tod Mineral So Society
ciety Society in aalboi, Mra. A. U xWM xWM-tier
tier xWM-tier gave aa interesting account
Ot ner recant trip ay freighter
down Lbe weit cvait of souw A
menca. The anip stopped at ma many
ny many porta on the way to San Anto Antonio,
nio, Antonio, Uule which was the last
port of oali on the trip south,
hiop-overs ranged trom a lew
hours to several days, and side
trips inland were made nere it
was possible to do so. Rums of
pre-Incan origin and stories con connected
nected connected with them were very in interesting,
teresting, interesting, and Mr. Roe ssier
brought back some small pieces
0. urns she had- found. Minerals
were exhibited from the mines
she had visited or were eaportea
from mm the country.
Tom Sellers gave what lie cal cal-a
a cal-a "rambling" talk on field trips
he had taken since he became a
rockhound, and bits and pieces
of information on various subjects,
lsint nnlv has he gotten out by

himself quite a lot these last few

months, but he has also necoma
cnnaintpfi with visitors from the

States and other parts of tht

world passing tnrougn ranama,
and taken the" along with him.
These new friends have in turn
sent him specimens of rocks and
tfm material from their homes.

fo telling the story of how he got
started in his new hobby, he con
vinced everyone that If you have
a bit of 'horse trader' In your
Mood, and have anything at al'
to trade, you've really got It

C on ti nut J

made. It seems that after Insert Inserting
ing Inserting an ad in one of the rock rock-bound
bound rock-bound magazines stating he had
guns to trade for rocks and gem
. M.ih A Ant ft fit

specimens, imu f,k
with an elderly gentleman with

bb ne t --
They were both of the aame

mmd to iraan. u r
ant Ume Tom ia lull getting ma material
terial material trom the gentleman m the
north, and said genleman has
traded Tom out of practically a I
Lt. .nil.i;f tt mine R O t 0

01 niS CUUCtuun ui -
... ..n.tiA and further

parties ..
ilustrates that you can further
vnnr hnhhv if vou have some

thing to swap.

anliahtened all pre!-

ant on how to shape a cabachon

by hand with no macninery v
small monetary cost. After ob obtaining
taining obtaining a piece o. material, pro proceed
ceed proceed to grind It by hand un

piece of Droicen grinaing wue
shape it. Many hours later after
;t 1. tk Aa.iroA ahaM. it is sa'.ld-

il ia r -'
ed on sand paper of coarse anfl

fine texture end nnaiy, poiisnou

with a small amount oi pousning
nowder. If VOU

have held out this long, you now

have your finished stone, w
course the materials used do not
anvthtno heintr of the

"scrounge" type; the only thingi

you hive lost are your anger anger-nails,
nails, anger-nails, skin of both hands, a -u-
11v mnnv rtlanosilion and had

words with your spouse BUT-you

have a cahi
Of great Interest to all mem members
bers members was the announcement by
im Mnrrnur ahnn chairman.

that a Highland Park power slaw
saw had Been ordered for the

TH1 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWsPAPl

HHHHHH r

IS

FIRST TIME IN PANAMA
Bibk c&iduAM
by
Dr. R. I. HUMBERD
"A Bible Conference with Bible Charts"
DIFFICULT TRUTHS MADE PLAIN
March 9, 12, 14, 16, 19
"The Resurrection Body," "Crowm At tht Judgment"
"Tht. Virgin Birth "Symbols of tht Holy Spirit,"
"Absolutely Sure Of Heaven,"
"Perton and Work Of Chrltt"
First Baptist Church
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C.Z.
! EVERYBODY WELCOME

A DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY "Certificate of Merit for Safety" was presented to Col.
Merle C. Bowsky, Signal Officer. U.S. Army Army Caribbean, by U. Col. John 0. Wiikerson,
who represented Col. Walter Hillilae, post commander of Fort Clayton, during a, mint pre presentation.
sentation. presentation. The Signal flection, Pacific Area, recorded 406,000 man-hours worked without a
disabling civilian Injury during the calendar year 1957. Congratulations were expressed to
tho representative group of Signal Section emp loves for this outstanding achievement through
initiative, diligence and sincere attention to performing their Job in a safe and efficient man manner
ner manner (U.8. Army Photo) J

club's work-shop, and should ar arrive
rive arrive within the next month. This
saw will be available to club
members who will be expected
to supply their own Wade. A u-
ii. i J- ..i.Ua will aim ha m-

nu ior aiiuumi
stalled with members supplying
their own grinding whee's. This
will be a Wonderful oppprutn ty

for beginners lor tney wm u, in instructed
structed instructed in the use of the saw

and grinding unit ior a

small ouuay ou m
...iiinn mill ho crivpn hv mem-

&UUCUUU " o Jt
bers of tiia thop commttee.

A tieia trip ia bh vb ."
to the Chepo area on March 9.
Everyone .uncreated in this trip
will meet at the 0. and M. c ub ub-house
house ub-house at 0700 Sunday morhlng.
Since it wll probably .be afl all-
. ix ....... i .1 k m. hit.. tA tava

oay trip h wouiu uo wiac

SOmetning to eai ana uiiim.
Local visitors for the evening
were Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Munger,
Mrs. Norma Hamilton Mrs.
Bruce Morow and Sgt. and Mrs.
Gallagher. Viators from the States
i flaBaa B.

were iwr, ana mrs. pwc
Austin from San Bernardino, Cal-
a -a T UU t) twi rl

It., ana iwra, uim ckj wih
Michigan.

IAWC Plan

To Make

1 T-l-

wanai i rip
An iatamting trip through a
portion of, the, Canal Zone has
been, arranged by the Inter-American
Women's Qub for Tuesday.
March 16., Club members and

their guests will leave the Pedro

Miguel launch landing at 10 a.m.
by launch for an eight-mile ride
through Gaillard Cut, and then
into Gatun Lake where box
lunches and soft drinks will be
served.
Members Interested In making
the enioyable. cool trip should
notify the club's office at the Ti Ti-soon
soon Ti-soon as possible. The deadline
for reservations is Wednesday,
March 12.
Flower Ihew
Slated Per Marsh 24
The fifth lesson In the cufent

classes in flower arrangement will
be held Monday at 0 a.m. at th

Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O.
Students are requested to bring

all the necesary materials for
making an arrangement of fruit
and-or vegetables to this session
Work space will be provided so
each student can make her i ar arrangement
rangement arrangement or Pat Morgan' help helpful
ful helpful criticisms.
Plans are being made for a
Flower Show on March 24. Any
former students who wish to
place eiitrles in the Flower Show
are asked to call Balboa 2 8 3 9
and leave their name with the
desk clerk.

All Star Circle
Celebrate
Three Birthdays

At tho mMtinff Of thp A Star

Circle at the Scottish Rite Tern

pie on Wednesday, three mem members
bers members whose birthdays occur this
week were especially honored.
They were Mrs. Mary Engelke
who will be 86 oh 'Saturday; Mrs.
Harriet TewinkVand Mrs. Phyl Phyllis
lis Phyllis Turner. Table decorations car carried
ried carried out the St. Patrick's Day
theme and the birthday cake,
which was made by Mrs. Wil William
liam William H. Allen, was decorated in
green and white.

There were twenty-two women

present to enjoy tne covered dish
luncheon. Foilowini a short busi business
ness business meeting, cards were played.
Guests were Mrs. Marjorle John Johnston
ston Johnston and the Misses Amefle and

Avelyn de Castro.

J 445 IS fffieV (f ehftttaftaMk fcSe
eelaiaa tkM be wswittaa) m
ryparitte torn eat Mile ee
Hie lew Hvmker lifted daily It fa facial
cial facial and Otherwise," et drtleW
ey htvia) to ftu etftM, Hatteaa tt
mtitlnt eauasr fee aiefetned fey
MlfeAeshv

Numlantatlc Staitty
Will Meet Menday
The regular month'y maetlni of

the lsthmisn Numiimaik Society
will be held en Monday, March
10 in tht Margarita Service Cen Center.
ter. Center. The meeting will' commence
at :;30. Persona interested La the
Sudy or collection of coins, cur cur-tncy
tncy cur-tncy or medals should contact

one of the Ofleers for Informs-

uon (capt, Kerley, 3-1461) (Mn.
Hauke, .Coin- 6). All aembers
are requested to attend this meeting.

Marv'a

iary Attar
lety Meets

I rasTHVtatW yMAnthlw maaitiM

' apiTSn JSJVIIUl'J IUVCUU1 UA

uirau v t o ii i ii v,
fcH lp'ln Sf. Mara thurch
hall in Balboa immediately follow'-

um Miracuioua neoai novena.
All members are nrged to attend
the bualiiaii muiim a.ui

hour which 'will foliowi.

Bob Hope's Soviet
Visa Ready After

'Wronq Way' Trip

Don't Lose

Hope!

St. Patrick's Oay
Dance On Atlantic Side

'The Kmahts of Columbus .will

hold their anual St, Patrick's
Day Dance on Saturday, March

is. mis w one of the moat out

stnadlng events held On the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side, every year. There

will fie plenty 'ot fun, goo enter

tainment and the beautiful and

daneeable music of Lucho Azca

rraga and his orchestra. Tickets
at one dollar oer person mav be

obtained from"ariy of the Knights
or at the door on the 16th at the
Sky Room over the Chase Man

hatan Ban on the corner of ilth

Streeta nd Bolivar Avenue.
. i (continued on Page 1)

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Sia bv flvinfi 3.000 miles hi the

Bob Hope got a visa to visit Rus-

aia hi iiyina j.uu miles in rnp

wrong direction.
; For days Hope cooled his heels
in l.nnrlnn UTlititiD fnr lurnicsinn

.wg .vi y n..a,uii
to go to Moscow to film a tele

vision snow. -Jfinaliy, he gave up
and flew here yesterday to find
the Soviet tntbasy more than
happy to grant him the visa.

ADDarentiV thev saw mv

show, said Hope, who described
himsplf it a ,inltiiis I awnViat.H

. uu m .W.H.B1 AUi.ailC.
He plans to leave for Moscow on
. ...... i- ,

marcu A.

The fast-talkint onmif aaiH hk

reception wai entirelydifferent

from the "lot of trouble' he had
at the Rusian Embassy in Lon:

uun.

in,,, t.ii ...

i npv iraaian mi iiva t

. u.v line 4 W dO
Red Skelton or Pinky Lee," he

ooiu.

Tamara Mamednv thp vmhu.

1 ... J
sy s tall, dark cultural attache,
Said Hnnp's visa nac uiaitUn inn

him in London.

Of course we1 can give it to
him here too,", she said with a
shrug, "Mr Hope, he is to fast.
Technical things are not so fast,"
Hope strode un th 'mWcv

Steps, Smiling and chewing gum.
The Russians jovially pumped his
hand and led him to an ornate
gold-trimmed room on the secortd

uuur.oi me nuge Victorian em embassy
bassy embassy building. They chatted with
mm for nearly an hour.
"I'm a cultural exchange," he
said later. "But they haven't de decided
cided decided what to exchane for m

yet. They haven't sot Miekev

Mouse. They wanted me to bring
Old Dad with us -that's Bing
But I said no."

Hope said he honed to hvi

SOme Ruaian airle 1m lit. imi

r B" .o ill .up x v
Show but he didn't know which
ones.

"I don't know it Ihoro r

., mi w.v.v ,HIC MUX
Russian Jayne Mansfields," he
said. 'I don't know what typos
they grow there,"

HODe Dnnnpri a anlAAinmA Dm,.-

sian cigarette in his mouth. Some-

ne jigntea it ior mm ana asked
how it tasted.

Like caviar," he said, taking
another Russian ricartia with

five-inch filter from his pocket
and squinting into it.
"Ah, Khrushchev's picture," he
said.

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"JOIN THE NAVY, and see more Of the World" Is whit:
Frederick D. Andrew, (left), son of Capt. John D. Andrew,
15th Naval District intelligence Officer, decided following his j
graduation from Balboa High School on Jan. 24. John has
already lived in several different places, moving with hia
father to a new ''duty station" every two or three years. He
ii shown being administered the oath of enlistment Into the
U.S. Naval Reaerve' by hla father, in ceremoniee held at the
Headquarters, 15th Naval District, on March 4th. Enlisting
iri the Naval Reserve aa I Seaman Recruit, Andrew will de depart
part depart from the Canal Zone on March for the Naval Training
Center, Great Lakes, 111. (Official t.S. Navy Photograph)

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Policeman's Ball
At Union Club Tonight
The Folicemens Ball at the U U-nlon
nlon U-nlon Club tonight prom ilea to be
a gala affair. The queen wil be
selected from five attractive Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone girls, during the eve evening.
ning. evening. Dancing starts at I o'clock.
lalboa Union Church
Will Haiti Picnlr

Tomorrow At A to rook
A picnic at the Albrodk Picnic
Area, has been manned bv th

Balboa Union Church tomomw at

9:30 a.m. The picnic area is in

side tne Aiorook back fate and
Is wel shaded, it is easily locat located
ed located by the "Zoo" with nnnu. and

Other animals between Curundu
and Albrook. All families of the
church and their frienda are In-

vuea.

Those planning to attend are
asked to bring plates and silver
for their families; a pot luck disk
to share and meat or sandwich sandwiches
es sandwiches ior their families. Games be begin
gin begin at 10:00, lunch, at 12 noon.
Each family is to furnish Its own
transportation.

'Arstnlc and Old Lace"
At C.H.S. Tonight
"Arsenic and Old Lace" will
be presented tonight by the Na National
tional National Thespians Troupe 217 and
the Cristobal High School Drama Dramatics
tics Dramatics Club at the school's audito auditorium
rium auditorium under the direction of Mr.
Louis Fattorieo and Mr. Lim.
The price o: admission is seventy-five
cents for adults and twenty-five
cents for children.

Canal Gets Exceptiona

Enrollment For Training

C0LPAN MOTORS
TELS. 2-0625 & 37010 AUTO ROW

When the training office of the
Canai s Personnel bureau announc announced
ed announced last montn mat tney were rea rea-uy
uy rea-uy to start coupie ot new super supervisory
visory supervisory training groups, tney ex expected
pected expected to receive a possible 30
nominations.
instead, tne Panama Canal Re Re-View
View Re-View reports, wneu u uie mmu-

pany-Government'a umaions had

oeeu nearu iroui, me training oLiee
xouna itsett wun a list a man
ami women nominees tor tne train training
ing training course.
Consequently, instead of the two
groups ot 15 or so each when, were
planned origuany, toe ob noni noniuses
uses noniuses have been uivlued into tour

groups, one of which is made up
entirely ot women. There is one
husband and wile, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K. Cross, among the
trainees; they are in' ainerent

training groups.

Two of the groups are meeting
Mondays and i'Uursday ana tne

other two on luesaays ana Fri Fridays.
days. Fridays. Since mostoi tnose enroled

in the current courses are Jfacmc

aiders, me meetings are held at

the training Center near Corozo

crossing. Ail ot the groups are
being led by Lloyd a. Murpny, As

sistant Training Uffioer.
Twenty-three Company Govern

ment divisions or units are repre represented
sented represented in me four groups. The Ac

counting Disision leads wth 17

representatives. The Administrat

ive Branch, Gorgas Hospital, and
the Engineering. Maintenance,

Navigation, and Terminals divi

sion have four each. The Electrc-

al, Motor Transportation, and Sup

ply Divisions have each sent throe

employes to the taming courses.

The remaining employes in the

four groups come from the Claims

Branch, industrial Division, Intern

al Audit Branch, Postal Division,

Accounting Ponces and proce

dures Staff, Contract and Inspec-

ton Division, Library, License Sec Sec-graphic
graphic Sec-graphic (Branch the Sanitation,

Schools, and Wage and Classifica

tion Divisons.

Members of the four groups

are:

Group 1: George A. Black, Jr.,

Robert L. Coffey, Mahlon D. Da
vis, Richard H. Egolf, Preston G

Gau, William E. Hall, Theodore

D. Melanson, H. E. Musselman,

Robert F. Roche, and James H

Selby, all from the Accounting

Division; Robert M. Graham and

drover D. Luce, internal Audit

Branch; Donald M. Parr. Account.

ing Policies and Procedures Staff;
Tt TA

xiarry u. nay mono, Claims Branch

ana jjestet M. Fennel, Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic Branch.
Croup 2 (alt women); Catherine
M. Sigl, Marv G. Livlnnton.

Frances L. Journey, Helen D. Mc
Keown, Eva M Grassau. Marv

H. Foster, and Ruth H. Ehch, Ac

counting Division; E. June Hop
kins, Vinnifred E. Seeley, and Ri

ta Gnbbons, Gorgas Hospital; R
marie J. Kenealy, Claims Branch;

Nita IB. Hartman, Contract and

inspection Division; Miriam H.
Hawvlchorst, Electrical Dvlson:
Mae B. Cros, Engineering and

construction Bureau; Eleanor D.

Burnham, Canal Zone Library;

Beatlrce M. Rhyne, Division of

ScholS; Margaret L csighy, Sup

ply Division; and Virginia M

Dixon, Wage and Classification

Division.

Group It Charles K. Cross,
George Q. Vieto, Edwin C. Jones.

and Fred E. Wells, Administrative

Branch: Harold, W. Griffin, Gor

gas Hospital; Michael Zombory,

License Section; Robert m. image-

ly, Jr., and Maurice L. McCullou

Motor Transportation Division; c
D. Bowman, Jr., Navigation Di

vision; Dick R. Brandon, James

D. Dunaway, Postal service; ita

mei H. Masters, Division oi sa sanitation;
nitation; sanitation; Robert H. Adams and

Sumner E. Ewing, Supply Divi

sion: Worden E. French and Ro

bert A. Rathgeber Terminals Di-

vision.
Group 4: P. T. Green, Eletrical

Division; Julian Hearnej Roger

Howe, -Rubelio D. qiuntero, ana

Allen Miller, Engineernfl uivson
Walter T. Schapow and Lt. K. T.
Shelley, Industrial Division; F.
S. Biumbach, R. G. Laatz, H. W.
Oshorn, and H. D. Smith, Mainte Maintenance
nance Maintenance Division; Paul R. Kuyoth,
Motor Trahsportatiin Division;
Ernest C. Flowers, Eugene E. Ha

lm, and Rufus O'Neal Navigation

Division; and Barnard uortman
and William J. Rose, Termnlals

Division.

ACQUIRE RAISIN STOCK

LOS ANGELES, March 7 (UP)

Alpha Beta Food Markets inc.
has completed negotiations for the
acquisition of 75 per cent of Rais Raisin
in Raisin Markets' outstanding common
stock for cash and long-term sub subordinated
ordinated subordinated notes equivalent to $4. $4.-60
60 $4.-60 a share.

Ready Treatment
Of Cancerous Moles

b Recommended

CHICAGO (UPi Immediate

medical treatment of a cancerous

mole or one undergoing change
into cancer is urgent a 'Mavo clin.

ic dermatologist said Wednesday

night.

Dr. Hamilton Montgomery said
"any person, regardless of his

age, who has a mole that is becom

ing darker, growing rapidly, show

ing a tendency to bleed or to form

a crust or ulcer should immedi immediately
ately immediately seek proper medical ad

vice."
He noted "many patients have
been reported as havingsbeen
cured, or at least having the can

cer arrested without return, 5 to
10 years after surgical removal of

the original tumor and adjacent

lymph mode."

Montgomery, professor qf derm dermatology
atology dermatology at the May Foundation,
Rochester, Minn., told the annual

clinical conference of the Chicago

Medical society "most moles are

harmless, only a few undergo

cnange hho cancer'
However, "cancerous moles con

stitute one of the worst types of

cancer," ne said. "Most of them

grow and spread rapidly."

If a cancerous mole is suspect

ed, he added, intensive treatment

and surgery are needed.

The dermatologist said change
of an ordinary mole to a cancerous

type "is rarely seen before me
age of puberty or adolescence, oc

curring most frequently during
adolescence and also in associa association
tion association with pregnancy."
Dr. John Lawrence, chairman,
Department of Medicine, Univer University
sity University of California School of Medi Medicine,
cine, Medicine, said a patient who requests
specific informaton as to whether

he will die should be told the

truth.
Breaking such news to adult pa patients
tients patients "requires the art of medi medicine
cine medicine at its best," he said.
, His comment was related to a
talk about Leukemia, or "cancer
of the blood," which normally is
fatal.
"Life expectancy and related
topics should not enter into the
discussion unless specifically re requested,"
quested," requested," he said.
"It is only fair to tell the pa patient
tient patient What he wants to know inso insofar
far insofar as you know," Lawrence ad added.
ded. added. "The facts should be told,
but it is wise always to leave a
little hope."

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EPENDENT
TAPER
Camilo Garcia Handicap Tops Tomorrow

TRB PANAMA AMERICAN

8th Series Thoroughbreds
Get Crack At $1000 Purse
Another former Juan Franco owner-trainer's
memory will be honored tomorrow at the President
Remon racetrack with the running of the one mile
Camilo Garcia Handicap for eighth series imported

thoroughbreds.

Capita, aa Garcia wai called
by hia legion nf friends, never
owned a large stable but he scal scal-ed
ed scal-ed the height a nlsK?J?2
Hond staged one of the biggest
upsets in local turf annals by beat beating
ing beating odds-on mutuels favorite and
track champion Wishful Thought
in the President of the Republic
Classic. .
Tomorrow's handicap will hm
no horaea of the cahber of. Wish Wishful
ful Wishful Thought or Robin Hood hut
the seven participants, all group grouped
ed grouped in the lowest class for im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds, will be try trying
ing trying just as hard to win this one
as if it were the President Claa

The Princesa Vanidad-Nogaii-

.ntrv ii nir to CO "ft the

odds-on mutuels choice. They ap

pear to be lengths better man im

rest of the tiem. me umw
duled starters are Amat, Puesto,
Ocala Miss, El Fakir and Merry
SliTher'secondary attraction should
be a much more thrilling race
than the feature. Sculptor and Af Affiliation
filiation Affiliation Order, two reportedly
high-priced English thoroughbreds
that have been disappointments
to date, will clash in a virtual
match race.
Fieltro and Recife, the other
two scheduled starters in tha $600
one mile sub-feature, appear to he
outclassed. ....
.Affiliation Order, which is usual usually
ly usually ridden by Ruben Vasques, will
t,,ro TnB Tata vera aboard in

stead because Ruben will be guid guiding
ing guiding Sculptor. Vastly improved ye ye-r.n
r.n ye-r.n Crlos Bovil wffl handle

Heltro's wins while leading Joe
ky Braulio Baeza will de the boot
We on Recife.

,fiiiintnr' last start was in the

one mile and one-eighth Carnival
Classic in which he wound up a
bad last. Affiliation Order finish finished
ed finished sixth last week to become ele-

Pacific Softball
League

Half

gible for the March 16 Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic in case any

of the ten horses that qualified is

withdrawn.

Fieltro and Recife, both win winners
ners winners their last times out, havtn't
shown enough to indicate that
they may score in an upset. F:e' F:e'-tro,
tro, F:e'-tro, under a competent ride by
Bovil, last week whipped Golazo,
Picararo and Picudo over six fur furlongs.
longs. furlongs. The previous week, Recife
came from the ruck- to nip mu mutuels
tuels mutuels favorite Narcotico in thj last
lump over seven furlongs.

Because of the "uncertauitv of
the turf," however, the "experts'
are not completely ignoring the
two outsiders. They concede thai
anything can happen in a horse
race.

The debut of exnensive native

throughbred Don Luis should be
an added attraction. Jose Torchia
bought the big dark bay two-year-

oia son of Barretra-Little Lulu for

-$3,000 at an auction sale in the

racetrack's paddock on Feb. 3. He

shelled Out $1,500 cash and will

pay the rest in cash.

Don Luis will go against the
maidens Ciria, Don Vito and Noti-

Huon. According to renorts. Don

Luis should score easily.

Nine other prospective thrillers

are included on an attractive pro

gram, i

Standings

Teams
Cerveceria
Abernathy

Ft. Clayton

Bokel
Hq. Co. 1st Battle G

National
Unisport

Cavaliers

W L Pet.

0 1.000
0 1.000
0 .odd
1 .000
1 .000

Race Track Graded Entries

Hort

Jkoy St

Oddi

lot Race 7th Sortae Imp. 4 Paaifnw $400.00 Pool Closes 1:00

Or TMf

let RACE

DOUBH

1 Violin Viejo S. Carvajal 108 -Early speed only
2 Miss P. F. Justiniani 97x Nothing to indicate
3 Silver Heels H. Gustines 110 Jcokey may help

A. Ycaza 115 Should score again
J. Talavera 105X Lacks eary speed
A. Credidio 105 Excellent effort last
B. Baeza 115 Returns in good shape
C Ruiz 115 Could surprise
A. Vaaquex 110 -Has late foot

4 Dagon

5 Bradomin
6 (Fifito
7 (Matriculado
8 Rutilante)
9 Resuelto)

101
15-1
3-1
3-2
501
3-2
3 2
4 1
41

Pool Clos 1:30

Next Game
Thur. Abernathy Unisport vs
Hq. Co. 1st Battle Group.
Fri. Ft. Clayton Cavaliers vs
Bokel.
Mon. Abernathy Unisport vs
Cerveceria Nacional.

Tuesday's Results
Abernathy Unisport 8 Bokel 3
First half winners Abernathy

Unisport, sparked by first inning
homers off the bats of Bob Taht
and Al Husted, trimmed the im improved
proved improved Bokel nine 8-to-3.

Pitching the victory for the u-

nisporters was Lou Hilzinger while
slow ball under-armed artist Sim

ons took the loss.

Three runs in the first, two more

in the second and fourth iced the

same as an. insurance tally came

in the fifth for the winners. Two

runs in the first and one in the

third kept the Bokel hoys fighting

for then first win in the second

half.

De LaMater. with two singles

in two trips, led in hitting.

2nd Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fos. Purse $450.00

2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 As you Like Her B. Baeza 113 Knocking at door 3-2
2 Jumn Quick A. Vasauez 113 Fastest sprinter here 21

B. Aguirre 110 Dangerous contenaer s
H. Gustines 108 Can take it all H
E. Julian 112 Unknown quantity 15 1
A. Valdivia 110 Disappointment to date 151

3 La Generala

4 Jack Bit
5 (Now Then
6 (Gottat

3rd Race "H" Natives 7

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The Pacific Minor Baseball

League will hold a doubleheader

at the Balboa. Little League Park

tomorrow afternoon.

The first game, scheduled to

get under way at 1:30 a.m.. wtil

be between the Balboa Pilots and

the Fidanque Travel Agency.

ine second game, which will

begin at 3 p.m., pits Pan-Ameri- Lomedico

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The box score:

Taht

Malene

Jones

Hilzinger
Husted
De La Mater

Dunn :

Trout

Chance

Cheney

AB

R H
3 1

0

2 1 :
200

Gayer:

Tochertman

Nesbrtt

Lawyer

Mead

Young

Lombana
Nickisher

Simons

AB
3
3-

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1 0
0 1
1.1
0 1

Fgs. Purt $375.00
ONE-TWO

Pool Closes 2:00

Whatever
Happened to .
R. LINDLEY MURRAY

Tennis was in the early years

of its ''big game" boom ben R-

Lindley Murray, a slashing left

hander, began his climb to MB

top. In 1917 he was regarded as

national champion for his victo victories
ries victories in patriotic tournaments and
in 1918 he made it official by

turning back the challenge of a

Philadelphia phenomenon Wil

liam T. Tilden IH n the fnal
round. The iollowing year, Mur Murray
ray Murray dropped to No. 4 in the rank rankings
ings rankings as little Bill Johnston and
big Bill Tilden reigned supreme.
But for the seasons of 1917 18
there was no more versatile play player
er player than Murray.
Whatever happened to R. Lind Lind-ley
ley Lind-ley Murray? Today, Marray is a
top executive of the Hooker Electro-Chemical
Co. of Niagara Fa'ts,

N. Y.

I:.

1 E1 Pequefio H. Reyes 115 -Should go all the way
2 Aviapa 1 H. Talavera 103x Serious effort now
3 Filbn J. Gongora 106 Can make it here
4 Guacamaya M. Hurley 113 -Rates good chance
5 Bagdad C. Quiros lOOx Has strongest finish

3- 2
4- 1
2- 1
3- 1
2-1

4th Race "O" Natives

7 Fgs. Purse $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Certamen
2 Don Manuel
3 La Gazza L.
4 Mr. Tivoli
5 Presidente

G. Gracll 113 Seems much the best
J. Talavera 107x Distance to liking
F. Justiniani iu7x Could surprise
S. Carvajal U2x Depends on start
A. Alfaro 109x Should be close up

1-2
4- 1
5- 1
3-1
3-1

5th Race "Non-Winners" N. S F.PurM $300.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1 Ciria
2 Don Vito
3 Notvcion
4 Don Luis
4th Race 4th

M. Hurley 115 -Will fight it out
A. Credidio 103 Improving slowly
F. Hidalgo 112 Still a bit' green
B. Aguirre 112 Triumphant debut

3-2
8-1
8-1
3-5

Series Imp. 4
1st RACE

Fgs. Purse $400.00
OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 3:40

1 R. Of The W
2 Vergnieux
3 Guadalcanal

4 Oro Purito
5 Cartillero
6 Escazay

Gustines 112 Fastest at getway 4-1
F. Alvarez 115 Should be close up 3-1

B. Baeza 115 seems best nere &t,N
J. Jimenez 108 Usually fractious 25-1

J. Talavera I05x Lacks early speed 30-1

A. Vasauez 115 Returns in good shape 2-1

7th Race Sth

Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Pur's
2nd RACE OF THE

$500.00 Pool
DOUBLE

The winner:? of the first game
will be the first half champion,
providing the Pilots win a play playoff
off playoff game with the Grace Line
this afternoon.
The second game winner will
finish in third place in the first
half of the aeries.

This is the Minor League's
first year and it "consists of the

four teams that will play tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow plus the Grace Line.
The players all attend the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools and the ages
range from eight to 12 years old.

There are a total of 80 players, U-Paraaretta

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1- Dagon
2- As You Like Her
3- EI Paqueno
4- Certamen
5- Don Luis
4-Guadalcanal

7-Cervecere
t-Nogalino (e)
9- Distingo
10- Affillatlon O-

Fifito (el

Jump Quick

Bagdad

President

Ciria

Iscaiay

Cellfato

Princasa V. ()

Golato

Sculptor

Elogido

1 My Friend
2 Don Dani
3 Chiviliango
4 Picudo
5 Introduction
6 Colifato
7 Cervecero
8 Nerval

B. Baeza 112 Jockey may help
A. Alfaro 102x Early speed plus
A. Gonzales 104 Has strong finish
S. Hidalgo 115 Ran well in last
J. Talavera 103x Nothing in months
A. Credidio 13 Could be upsetter
R. Cristian 115 Seems best here
E. Julian 108 Question mark

Closes 4:10

2-1
10-1
5t
i-i
30-1
4-1
EVEN
34

Sports Briefs

RETURNS TO RING
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.N.

(UP)- A.ter a two-day layoff,
Rav Robisnson. who meets cham

pion Carmen Basilio for the title

at Chicago latei this montn, re resumes
sumes resumes heavy training today. Ray
has been idle since Sunday when
he engaged in a particularly rug

ged four round sparring session.

CLINIC COACHES PICKED
COLUMBIA, S. C. (UP) Earte
Edwards of North Carolina State
and Jack Curtice of Stanford have

been picked to give football lec

tures at the annual cnnic 01 me
South Carolina Athletic Coaches'
Assn. here Aug. 3-8 to promote
better coaching in South Carolina
high schools.

Ith Rate 0th Series Imp. 4 F

Q

NIELA

Pol Closes 4:45

AWARD TO CUNNINGHAM
NEW YORK, (UP) Fordham
forward Jim Cunningham today
was named the winner of the
Haggerty Award, which goes an

nually to the metrooputan area s

outstanding collegiate oasKetDan

player. Little Chet Forte of Co

lumbia won last year s awara.
AMERICANS" ADYANCE
BARRANQUILLA, Col. (UP) (UP)-Grant
Grant (UP)-Grant Golden of Chicago, Gard

ner. Mulloy pf Denver, Tony Vin-

cent 01 Miami, ria.. jacn rrusi

of Monterrey, Calif., and Budge
Patty of Los Angeles all advanced

to the third round ot tne aarran
nuilla International Tennis Tour

naihehf Tuesday against Colombi

an opohents.

BILL HALVOSA will be the number on Balboa Hteli School
pole vaulter in the Balboa Relays this year. Bill tier! for tht
gold trophy in the 1957 Relays with his then teammate Ken
Fulleton and the Albrook Flyers Jim chudy. Chudy has gone
this year and Fulleton will be vaulting for the A.C. Halvosa
has a top practice vault of 11 ft. this year, and hopes to
improve that by several inches for the Relays on March 21-22
at Balboa Stadium.

CHS Seems Well On Road
To Becoming Traqk Power
In CZ School Loop Again

1 Amat
2 Puesto
3 Ocala Miss
4 El Fakir

5 Merry Slipper

1 P. Van. a

R. Aguirre 110 Jockey may belt
J. Talavera 105x Nothing to recomend
G. Graell 108 Has good finish
B. Vasauez 103x Nothing in ages

J. Avtla 115 usually gets left

Gustines 110 Can win here

7 (Nogallnn R. Cristian ll5 -Should score easily

2-1
4-1
4-i
50-1
50-1
1-2
1-2

Hi Race Ith SerUr Imp.

7 Figs, purs
ON F TWO

$500.00 Pool Closes 5:15

TOMY-Ji-TQDAY

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Spanish Program
LAS VIUDAS DEL
CHA-CHA-CHA
-Also:
LA SOMBRA
VENGADORA

1 Opulento
2 Golazo
3 Distingo
4 Cypress Bull
5 The Squire
Picararo
7 Narcotico

R. Vasquez 115 Returns in good shape
B. Baeza 13 Usually disappoints
F. Alvarez 15 Form indicates
A. Ycaza 110 Has strong finish
J. Talavera HOx Doesn't seem likely
H. Gustines 105 Ran well in last
H. Ruiz 10 Could go all the way

2-1
5-2
2- 1
4-1
30-1
8-1
3--1

10th Race 4lh Series Imp. I Fgs Parse $400.0 Pol Closes 5:45

1 Sculptor
2 Affiliation
1 Fieltro
4 Recife

R. Vasquez 113 Jockey may decide
J. Talavera 107x Hard to beat here
C. Bovil 108 Seeks repeat victbry
B. Baeza 108 Leading jockey up

EVEN
75
5-1
4-1

1th Race 1th Series imp. 4 Fgs. Purs $400.0 Pool Closes 4:15

1 Cachafaz
2 Lyrical
3 Elegido
4 Panzaretta

A
H.

103 Can gel; up here 5-2
C. Ruiz 113 Distance to liking 3-1
Credidio 13 Good recent races
Gustines 15 Seems best here 3 2

BASILIO LOOKS SHARP
SYRACUSE. N.Y. (UP) Mid

dleweight champion Carnjen Ba

silio will spar again tooay in

preparation for his defense

against ougai ivay wu"""" i
Chicago March 25. Basilio cut
loose Monday for the first time
in training and had a sparring
partner in trouble, three times.
SPORTSC ASTERS ELECT
NEW YORK (UP) Guy LeBow
a sportscaster for WOR-TV, is the
new president of the New York
Sports Broadcasters Assn. Other
officers are Mel Allen of the New
York Yankes. first vice-presi-

fdent; Charles Morey of the Asso-

ciaiea tress, secona vice-president;
Frank Litsky', of United
Press, secretary, and Joe Gala Gala-gher,
gher, Gala-gher, CBS-TV sports producer,
treasurer.

lfODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.2t

Double in Cinemascope!
Robert Wagner in
"STOPOVER TOKYO"
Victor McLaglen in

"THE ABDUCTORS"

Cristobal High School seems well
on the road to .returning to its
former position of a real track pow power
er power in the Canal Zone Interscholas Interscholas-tic
tic Interscholas-tic League. Back in the middle
1940s the Tigers could give the
best of them a real run for their
money, and the 1958 squad, under
the guidance of Paul Moser, seems
to have the potential to get the
job done in the same minner. It
must be said -that for dual meet
competition the Tigers lack the
depth necessary, hut in a two day
meet such as the Balboa RelyaS,
they will be much stronger.
Moser. will have to do a master

ful bit of juggling with his person personnel,
nel, personnel, and also come up with some
great foresight in placing his lads,
but with boys like Bill Gibhson,
Charlie DeTore, and Irl Sanders
he has the material to get results.
With the Relays still acouple of
weeks off, and the conference
meet yet to be held, the Tiger
mentor has some time to pond ponder
er ponder his problems. Entries for the
Relyas are due by March 14, for

the big two night track and field
carnival is slated for the following
weekend, March 21 and 22, at the
Balboa Stadium.
Bill Gibson is potentially a two
event winner in the Relays. He
has shown well in the broad jump
with a 21 ft. 6 in. effort and the
discuss with a throw of 142 ft. 4
in. Both of these were early, sea season,
son, season, efforts, so Bill can be count counted
ed counted on to improve each mark. In
addition this versatile young ath

lete is probably the top high hurd

ler m the league and might well be
one of the best at the high jump
and shot put.
Detore gives the Tigers another
top caliber performer in the high
hurdles, and also a boy with e e-nough
nough e-nough speed and spring to do well
in either of the jumps : of the
sprints. Sanders in the top school

boy miter on the cinder paths this
year and could well improve hi

uroe 10 piace in the Relays.
Hush Tomnkins. a

this year, has come along very

wen. ano wm prove to be very
tough in the 440, or maybe even
as a relay man in the 880 baton
passing event. Gary Irving sur surprised
prised surprised almost everyone by winning
the half mile event, apainst th

Bulldogs the other day, w h i c'h

means inai ine xrgers have that
all important anchor man for the
distance medely relay, a new e e-vent
vent e-vent in this year's Balboa Relyas.
. About the only place the Tigers
really seem to be hurting is in
the sprints, possibly shot put with without
out without Gibson, and the pole vault.
With five relay events in the Re Relay
lay Relay this year, more importance
than ever is attached to these e e-vents.
vents. e-vents. The CHS thinclads will find
U tough going in the 440 and 880
yard relay events, but even then
might pick up the 1 point going

10 ine lounn piace team tnrs yar
for the first time. j
In the two medley relays and
the mile relay the Tigers should
be right in there battling for
she top honors. Tompkins gived
them a fine anchor man for the
mile relay, or if they prefer, the
spring medley which finishes with
a 440. Don Humphrey, Detore, Irv-'
ing, and Jim Brooks can all post'
good quartermile times to round
out the mile team.
All factors considered it looks
as if the Tigers chances of picking
up points m the Relays is the best
it has been for many a year.
Whether than can muster enough
to challenge the potent Albrook
team, or the potentally strong A.
C. team, can only be answered on
the nights of March 21 and 22 when
the Balboa Relays wiH be run in into
to into the record books.

CAMILO "CAPITA" GARCIA HANDICAP

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
DUPLETAS
Ird and 9th RACES
ONE-TWO

aMiaaawaaiaBHeaiHOMMMiMi
Children Are Not
Allowed At The
Race Track

PURSE $1,000.00

8th Race 8th Series Imported 6 Fgs.

QUINIELA

1. AMAT ........, .- .. B. Aguirre 1.10
2. PUESTO .. ..J. Talavera 105
3. OCALA MISS r.., ..... . .G. Graell 108
4. EL FAKIR .... .r. . ; ... ............ .B. Vasquez 103
5. MERRY SLIPPER . .. J. Avila 115
6. PRINCESA VANIDAD .H. Gustineg 110
7. NOGALINO R. Cristian 115

COLON:
For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
the SAYOY.

i-i ii
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th Races

PRESIDENT REMON RACE

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INDVENDD
7e Congress Anti-Trusi Law Would Kill Baseball

IMA A WE!

StretchSurner Silky Sulli van Commissioner

Favorite In Santa Anita Derby Praises Bill

Of Football

x ARCADIA, Calif. UP) The .the final quarter and three-eights
moat talked-about horse in Auier- of races thai dockers say they
ici today is flame-colored Silky couldn't believe If they didn't see
Sullivan, a colt that was hardly it n their stopwatches,
known last fall but tiow is the He has been called the heart
prerace favorite for tomorrow's attack'1 horse because one of nis

$100,000 Santa Anita Derby.

Although he hai won only $40. $40.-150,
150, $40.-150, a price of $350,000 was pnt
on the three-year-old and refused.
And almost every track in the
country has tried to entic Ms

owners into entering him in races

ners ot racing history like Whirla-

way, Need es, fonder, Stymie and
even Old Malicious.
Perhaps the greatest effort put

forth by Silky Sullivan and the

one which sent him skyrocketing
across the turf firmament like a
skyrocket was in the $50,000 Add

ed California Breeders' Champion

ship Makes, m the brief space of
less than a half-mile Silky Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan made up someVhere between

one 31 and 35 lengths and was only

Silkv Su'livan's fame has bern'ture. Silky Sulhvjn is being com-

achieved by spurts of speed in'jpared with the great stretch-run-

owners, Tom Ross, has heart
trouble and is under doctor's or orders
ders orders not to watch Siiky run for
.car it may bring on a fatal attack.

' Although he has won out

stakes and that not a major lix-! beaten by a neck by Old Pueblo.

This Saturday a special corps of

I 1
K

PRIZE-WINNING COCK Luis Navarro poses with his prize prize-winning
winning prize-winning fighting cock which won the Carta Vieja trophy at,
the recent Fiesta de la Candelarla held at the inteiior town
of Conception. Navarro received the trophy fcom Chirl Chirl-qui
qui Chirl-qui sportsman Alcides Morales, who represented tha Carta
Vieja firm.

dockers has been assigned to
time Silky Sullivan alone., He
trails so far behind that the clock clockings
ings clockings o the pace-setters do" not in indicate
dicate indicate his speede ven with count

ing ue lengths be is behind.

Silky Sullivan is a son of Irish Irish-bred
bred Irish-bred Sullivan who os a sprinter,
and his dam, Lady in Silk broke

down before she made an impres impres-lion
lion impres-lion in racing. Ross and his part partner,
ner, partner, Phil K'ipstein, bought the colt
for $10,006 at the Del Ttfar Year

ling Sales.

NY's Charles Hood
Pick For US 'Heavy'
Golden Gloves Title

NEW YORK (UP)-Streamlined

Charles Hood, who became the

new Eastern Golden tJloveai

heavyweight champion through a

sensational victory over a highly
touted "muscle man" Wednesday
night, must face another bopper

wun ouiging mceps from the West
in a fight for the national title
at Madison Square Garden,
March 24.
Because of his impressive upset
bictory ever Tommy Carcone, the
"Astoria (N.Y.) assassin," Hood
of Howard University (Waahine-

'ton, D.C.) doubtless will be fa

vored to beat ex-wrestler Dan

Hodge of Wichita, Kan., on the
24th.
The two teams that will com compete
pete compete for the eight national G.G.
titles were formed Wednesday
night in twin tourneys at the Gar Garden
den Garden and at Chicago Stadium, four
final bouts of the Western tourney
were televised nationally.
Garden fans were electrified in
the heavyweight semi-final when
Hood, 22 and weighing 187 pounds,
smashed the muscular 190-pound
Carcone to the canvas in the first
round and gave him a bloody

I

Don't Lose Hope!

On March 12th you will

Know all about the

wo

SURPRISE
held in store for you

nderful

"svJk i mi
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What is it?

NATIONAL BREWERY

WASHINGTON, March 7 (UPi-

Lawyers representing baseball's

major and minor leagues told

Congress today that a proposed

sports anti trusV-law would kill
the game.
Commissioner Bert Bell of the

National Football League has

praised the legislation. But the
baseball lawyers said it would

hurt baseball and other sports.

iney spelled out their objections

in an eight page statement sux-

mttted to the House Judiciary

ommittee. The bill recently was

approved By a subcommittee

which held lengthy hearings last

year.

The lawyers said the measure

would invite court tests of every

baseball rule, agreement and

practice.

"No more. effective way to-de-

stroy organized baseball could oe

devised," they said.
RuHnf Discussed

The Supreme Court has ruled

that baseball does not come under

federal anti trust laws. But it

later ruled that professional foot football
ball football does, and implied that hockey
and basketball do, too.

The bill seeks to place business

aspects of the four sports, such a

tadium ownership, under the anti

trust laws. It would exempt prac practices
tices practices which are "reasonably nec necessary"
essary" necessary" to equalizing team

strengths, team territorial lights,

ana tne preservation or pumrc

confidence in the honesty of the

sports.

The baseball lawyers said the

bill "simply subjects baseball to
the anti trust laws and says

justify your practices mcourt
Lawyers State Point

The lawyers said enactment of

the measure would:

"Wipe out completely" base

balls anti trust exemption de

clared by the Supreme Court in

1922 and reaffirmed m 158.
Put baseball in the same po

sition as "ordinary commercial

enterprises."

"Permit and provoke endless

litigation of every rule and agree agreement
ment agreement regulating the sports as

pects" of baseball.

Make "uncertain and unpre

dictable" the legality of baseball

rules and agreements, such as the

player reserve clause.
"Jeopardize the continued ex existence
istence existence of baseball by the burden

of harassing litigation."

SW ANSON A FATHIR
FORT MYERS. Fie. (UP)

Pitcher Art Swanson of the Pitts

burgh Pirates has extra incentive
for making good this season. His
wife gave birth to a nine-pound,
three-ounce daughter, Laurie Sue,
Monday at New Orleans.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sogennt

national Brewery CFN Radto-Tv
Goli Tournament Sports Schedule

To Sart March 20

Four of the last five of a group
of Argentine two-year-olds boucht

by track manager Pablo A. Tha
yer were scheduled to be auction auctioned
ed auctioned at 5 p.m. today at the Presi President
dent President Remon racetrack's paddock;

Ramo, a chestnut colt by Rob

Son-Travesura; Don Torcuato, a
dark bay son of Bucalbo-Petate;

Renata, a chestnut filly by Rob-

son-Chiclata; and Don Cirilo, a

dark bay offspring of Bucalbo-Ba-

lucha.

The other colt, Pintarraco, suf

fered injuries to his forelegs a-

board the plane which brought

the horses to Panama.

Only four newcomers are sched
uled to make their debut this

weekend: Now, Then, Don Luis,
Vespucio and Alucinado.

Now Then and Don Luis wtii

race tomorrow while Vespucio and

Alucinado will bow info the pic

ture on Sunday.
Now Then, a three-year-old dark

bay daughter of Preciptic-Capitu-

lation, is owned by the Stud Los
Vencedores and trained by Bernar Bernardo
do Bernardo Dominguez. She is a schedul

ed stArter in tomorrow's second

race for imported non-winners.
Don Luis, a big dark bay two-year-old
son of Barretin out of Lit Little
tle Little Lulu, will try to make h i i
first start against the native maid maidens
ens maidens a victorious one. This colt,
which was tared by, Louis Mar-

tinz at his brook farm at Cerro
Punta, Chtriqui, has impressed in
his workouts and wilt be an odds odds-on
on odds-on fahorite to win. He goes a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Ciria, Don Vito and Noti Noti-cion
cion Noti-cion in the fifth race.
Alucinado is an impressive Chilean-bred
two-year-old brown off offspring
spring offspring of Aloraye-Finanza. He is
owned by the Stud Chumunu
and trained by Ernesto E. Fen Fen-ton.
ton. Fen-ton.
Vespucio, a handsome Chilean Chilean-bred
bred Chilean-bred two-year-old son of former
Juan Franco great, The Bath
Road, is owned by the Cococha
Stable and trained by Arturo Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. Alucinado and Vespucio are
both scheduled starters for Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's eighth race.
Bernardo Dominguez is the new
trainer of the Stud Los Vencedo

res. Under his care are Now

Then, Cohete and Don Manuel

La Generala and Don Vito, re

cently acquired by Garrido and
Lasso, are under the guidance of

trainer Eustacio Garcia de Pare
firs.

LvricaL.The Lord and Puesto

will race under the colors of Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Pris, in the future. Paris
will train the animals himelf.

Porker-faced Braulio Baeza is

makina a runaway of the first

semester jockey contest. He leads

second place Ruben Vasquez by

17 winners, having booted home

37 winners as. compared to Vas-.
quez' 20. Bias Aguirre, who con con-tinues
tinues con-tinues to be dangerous when the
chips are down, is third with 18.
Fernando Alvarez has IS.

Guillemo Rivera, Alejandro Y-

caza and Alfredo Vasquez with

ten each, Amado Credidio nine,

Cristian Rebolledo eight and He He-liodoro
liodoro He-liodoro Gustines seven complete

the top ten.

TFN bn "(.- tw blow blowing
ing blowing sports schedule. Any changes
ii ,lhe scheiue wH be announced

The Cerveceria Golf Inurnament

prl mnm than uii tko ..,,... I. ..u..;iJ iu . 0 O CJOCK.

.... ....w Mlt U1UU11L 13 SLIICUUltU lU Lilt IMll

compiled by runnerup Vasquez o' March and will be held, as In

previous years, at tne uamoos

Gol Club.

Bacza's mounts have also earn-

a, 807.50 against $10,642.50

The top three imported money

RADIO

m u ft. ntl V. '--fk.ii rt

This is the one "for lady Miers 'S" n"J:

w.nning ho-ses this year are Ga- tournament sponsored b.y a UmVersity of Washinaton it

vilan

r con am .. Panama firm Tha Aiidt.Ailinrt

&v, oduor so.oue.du and - wwuiu(

Hostigador $2,622.50. The lion's onated y Cervecena Na- M.r(.h 14: NaUonaklnvitaiional

snare oi uawian s earnmgs were 7 c "i ",c BasKetball Tournament at l p.m

me result oi his smashing upset i
victory in the New Year's Clas-yenf' r m
tic s.n Ko..i..- ill u- Qualifymg rounds will be n v-
st S 2 w ZlH ed Tursday through Sunday. Marra
the Carnival Classic. fc. determined by the number par-

Both Saoor aid r.avti.n k..,. f,cpatin. There will be a conso conso-otmstVeiVcS'd
otmstVeiVcS'd conso-otmstVeiVcS'd ""It !-. JW pavers who are

. u.: j. eieimioauea in rne nrsi ma'.cnos.

The March PWGA tournament

will be hie'd at the Gamboa Gold

Club. Saturday. March 22. and

players may qualify for the Cer

vecena tournament at this time.

tw

while Hostigador has scor-ri fm,r

times already.
Romancero, with four victories
and a place in five starts, tops
the natives .with earninas of sa

055. Sandokan is next with S2

047.50 and Pancho Lopez thied
with $1,762.50. Sandokan sports
four wins, two places and a show

while Pancho Lopez hasv won
four and has been second ttir.,

times. I.

TOURNEY FIELD SIT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Un Tht
four-'"""1 fl"1''
day for the annual Bluegrass Hot-

19-20 at the Kentucky State Fair Fairgrounds
grounds Fairgrounds Coliseum. Notre Dame
a "reed Monday to join North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, I linois and the. host team
rom the University of Louisville
in the tourney.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

American Legion Baseball Loop

Teem Standings
W L Pet.

Westinghouse 2 0 1.000

Orange Klst 1 1 5.000
Panama Insurance 1 1 .500
El Panama Hilton 1 2 .333
Spur Cola 1 2 .333
Nest ftames
At Mount Hope Stadium Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Panama Ins.
Estinghouse.
Spur Cola El Panama Hilton
At Balboa Stadium- Sunday,
2:30 p.m. Westinghouse Spur
Cola.
At Fort Davis Stadium- Sunday,
2:30 p.m. Panama Ins. Orange
Kist.
American Legion Junior Base Baseball
ball Baseball will se action at the Mount
Hon. Stadium thi KatunUv wifh

a double header beginning at 1:30

.pm. in me nrst game tne league league-leadinsr
leadinsr league-leadinsr Weitine-hnua nin nf P..

nama Canal Post No. 1 will bat-

re it out with the Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance team of E.S. Wald Post
No. 2 of Cristobal. A win ,by West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse will give them a respect respectable
able respectable two game lead, however the
Insurancemen are nut tn tin un

first place.

Spur Cola of Gatun and El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton o' Post No. 1 will be
vightine it out in th

to determine who will be "cellar
dwel'ers."

Orange Kist of Ft CAavtrm pm

No. 7 will have the day off, but
will be back in action Sunday at

ri. uavis against Panama Insur Insurance.
ance. Insurance. ALSO OB jSlllMiav t fh Tt.1.

boa Stadium Westinghouse plays
Spur Cola. Both of the Sunday

game wui Deem at 2:30 p,m.
Wednesity's Results

house of Balboa Post 1 took a
full same lead in th. im..;.,.

. nuiuivau
Legion Junior Baseball League by

Dealing me i ranam Hilton team,
also of Post One, 5 to 3 at the
Balboa Stadium.
Helping Post No. 1 into first
place were the Spur Cola Legion Legionnaires
naires Legionnaires Of Post No. 3. Who Trnostked

oft' Panama Insurance of Critobal
Post No. 2, 15 to 4. Panama
l InillfftHjlal tflri iailsalaliitwiaia warm

tied for first place going Into Wed Wednesday's
nesday's Wednesday's game.
The box score:
IL PANAMA HILTON

Pearson, as
Sanders, lb
Spradlin, cf
McGriff, c
Kiamco, If
Dolan, If
Kline, p
Bright, rf
DesLondes 3b
McKeown, 3b
Womble, 2b
Morris, 2b

Ab R
3 0

H Po A I
0 0 0 1

0 1
0 0
1 1
0 0

Totals

21 3 1 21 7 4

WESTINGHOUSE

Lastiuger, If
Scott, cf
Pedersen, ss
LaatZ, cf
Barbier, If
Chase, c
Thompson, 3b
Reynolds, lb
Bradshaw, 2b
Eberenz, rf
Snodgrass, rf
Martin, p
Totals

1. 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
2 3 0 7 0
0 0 0 0 0
1110Q
1 0 8 0 0

4 0 13 12
2 0 0 10 0 0
3 0 12 2 2
1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 1 0 4 0.

27 5 7 24 14 4

Summer
Two Base Hits: Kline, Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. Home Runs: Barbier. Earn Earned
ed Earned Runs El Panama Hilton 0,
Westinghouse 2. Lett on Base: EI
Panama Hilton 9, Westinghouse
7. First on balls Off Kline 4, off
Martin 4. Strike Outs by Kline 8,
by Martin 7. Hit by Pitcher;
Snodgrass by Kline. Passer Balls:
McGrii 2. Pitchers Record: Mar Martin
tin Martin 3 runs 6 hits in S innings, Kline
5 runs, 6 hits in 7 innings. Stolen
bases: Lastinger, Pederson, Mc McKeown
Keown McKeown and Morris. Sacrifice Hits
Bright, Snodgrass.
Score by Innings
El Panama Hilton
200000. 0 1- 3

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Call 2-2141.
Song PMf March 11
At Ft. Davis Ball Park
Plant have been completed for
a tons feat to be held at Fort Da
vis ball field at 4:15 p.m., March
11. by the Atlantic side Girl
Scouts as their part in Girl Scout
Week, District Chairman, Mrs. C.
V. Torstenson announced today.
Al '4 troops in Distrist will
lake part. Troop contributions for
the Juliette Low World Friendship
Fund will also be made at that
timo. aa a Dart of the ceremony.
Buti, cnairman ana cvostuhiiwi
for the sonf rest.
araflra, oBSrYet
. ... mm uaw
At Weoftinerron notwi
rwr an Intermediate and Sen
lor Girl Scouts, with then: lead leaders,
ers, leaders, from 12 troops in District 1,
Atlantis side, attended eampfire
and buffet dinner at the Hotel
Washington. Tuesday night, m
honor ef tho delegates to the
Western Hemisphere Committee
farasarsi
Mrs. Cecilia De Leon of Colon
mi the, TWuchachaa Gias was m
harM ca? the arrangements for
tk tmnraaaiva Catherine.
' nrisinal Diana for a eampfire
preceding the dinner had to be
cancelled because of rain, but the
ftra was started later in the eve-
ing, and enjoyed ny an.
itlantte aide Girl Scouts will
ebserha Girl Scout Sunda by at attending
tending attending the church of than- choice
In uniform. Churches of the vari
ous denominations are making
plans to show recognition ot me
Girl Scouts as a part of their pro program.
gram. program. Rev. Franklin of Margarita Il Ileum
eum Ileum Church has planned to have
the Girl Scouts take part in the
service, with girls from the varl
ous Brownie, Intermediate, Senior
Service, and Mariner Ship partici participating.
pating. participating. .
STBIPPBD FOR ACTION
MTJSOGON, Mich. (UP)
James R. Kilbsne stripped for ac action
tion action to settle a traffic dispute,
cnurh to his ream. Kubane told
police he took off Me jacket and
tn.H it onto the trunk of a car
th.t hod, humrjed his parked car
nt before any battle started the
ether motorist drove off-jacket
and all.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
Canal Zona
United States District Court For
Tho District ot The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
William E. Crothers. Plaintiff vs. Co
u Marie Crothers, Defendant. Sum
aeons Case No. 4646. Civil. ClvU Docket
Action for divorce.
To tho above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In cue of your failure to so appeer
and answer, judgment will be taken a-
gainst you by default for the relief de
snanded in the complaint
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
this March i, 1958.
C. T. MeCormlek, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By 's 'Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
To Cora Marie Crothers:
The foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order ef the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated Merch 4. IMS, and entered and
filed in this action In the office of the
Clerk of sld United Stat; District
Oil ws DivWon of Balboa, m
T'-"'i I, jr:
r. ST-Cormlck. Jr.
' -...-
V Lois F Harrison
Hemity Clerk

Houses I

Apartments

ATTINTION. I.I Jtrof kaflt
I.
kat. cold
1-4941.
FOR HINT: Comfortable fyr fyr-fiiihttd
fiiihttd fyr-fiiihttd opsrtmOnt, ons bsdfoorn,
bat wafar. Parry Hill 2A Straat
Na. 11. PImm 1-2694 or J J-0533.
0533. J-0533. FOR RINT: Madam apartment
2 hodrooms, living, dining ream,
maid room and farafe. Justo A A-roMUMM
roMUMM A-roMUMM Are., 3711 Straat
37-A Ka. 4-23.
M a d a r eaaitmeati far rant.
Fhono 3-2392 Panama. After
5:00 a.m.
FOR RENT: Modern and beau beautiful
tiful beautiful two bedroom apartment!, in
aw building, Aye. juste Are Are-aemcna,
aemcna, Are-aemcna, corner 45th Straat fact.
Call, Cartel Julia Quijana. 8th
Straat Na. 5-30. Phone 2-271 S. v
FOR RINTs-On April 15, fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom apartment,
maid's room, hat water, garage.
Phone 3-2279 from 2:30 p.m.
FOR RINT: Furniihed 2 bad bad-room
room bad-room chalet far ona or two
mentha. Phone 3-4317.
FOR RINT: One bedroom fyr.
nished apartment, living ream,
large) kitchen and porch all
screened. Marichal Boyd, tele-
2-1603.
FOR RINT: Cool and comfort-
one bedroom, apartment in
Call Oarian No. 7, suitable for
a couple or email family. Cad
telephone 2-1455 during office
hours.
FOR RINT Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments two bedrooms $60.00.
Via Perns 101, Telephone 3 3-2561.
2561. 3-2561. FOR RINT Apartment with
r without furnished two kad kad-room,
room, kad-room, stave, refrigerator. Bella
Vista Street 43, No. 64.
FOR RINT Ona bedroom a a-partmant,
partmant, a-partmant, m e d em, $45.00,
Francisco Files Street No. 9,
Viste Harmesa.
FOR RINT Two bedroom a a-partmcnt,
partmcnt, a-partmcnt, 16th Street No. 8,
San Francisco (Yellow Chalet).
$70.00.
- - "ifiTl
Police Search For
'Quiet. Dangerous'
Massachusetts Boy
-saw v i i
NEW YORK CUP) Police
searched today for a "quiet but
dangerous" Massachusetts boy
who apparently tied to New;, York
after Us parents ana younger
brother were found slain in their
home.
The boy. Robert C. Clifford Jr
17. was charged in Hampden,
Mas., with murdering his 13-
vear-old brother Ronald. Police
believe he also was the killer of
his father and mother.
The Clifford family ear turned
up in a residential street here
Wednesday. Police watched it
from 10:15 a.m. until after 6 p.m.
in hope that Robert would ap
pear, out no one attempted to
enter the car or drive it away.
Finding of the abandoned car
was "our toughest break in the
case," u. Richard IN. cotter ot
the Springfield, Mass., district at
torney's ofice said early today.
Mow were just looking lor a
boy who looks like thousands of
other boys."
A dorman at an apartment
house on 78th Street near where
the car was found tod police it
had been parked about 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
Massachusetts authorities said
Robert was "quiet but moody,"
probably was armed and was
"considered dangerous."
He also may have taken sever several
al several hundred dollars from the Clif Clifford
ford Clifford home, Cotter said. The state
police officer said the boy's fa
ther, Robert G. Clifford, 47, hsd
cashed $562 in checks last week
but none of the money was found
in the house where his body and
that of his wife, Mane, and son
Ronald were found.,
' ill
FLY TO SAN BLAS ISLANDS
Thirty minutes from Colon via
Smooth Coasts. Alt ante
Over Portobelo and other Historic
towns In New
CESSNA 180 AIRPLANES
For further information call
COLON AVIATION
. Tab. 14 & 48
FOR RENT
Space for commercial estab establishments,
lishments, establishments, measuring 230
meters by 162 meters, In re recently
cently recently constructed building.
Ave. Justo Arosemena, cor
ner East 45th Street. Apply
to Quijano, 8th Street, Housr
No. 5-30, Telephone 2-2711.

rS&c3.Si3 K52

i street No a
Automobiles
FOR SALI: 1955 Tudor Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, automatic transmission.
Duty paid. 17" Sitvertene TV.
Boys bicycle. Call 3-7105 -?M
0279 Panama.
FOR SALE 1956 Cadillac 4
door hard tap, radio, w w tires,
aire! windows, alec. Seats, power
brakes, new tires. This car is o
ceptionally clean. It is really
worth worth every cent of the
$3250 we are asking far it. Call
lack Weir, Smoot O Parades,
S. A.
FOR SALI: 1953 Ford conver convertible
tible convertible with Fordomatic, wsw,
radio, heater and nvlen top. Ci1
83-7200.
FOR SALE: Hudson 1950.
eOtr-drive, good running condi condition,
tion, condition, few door Sedan $250.00
International Jewerly, Central
Avenue No. 155 Tel. 2-231C.
FOR SALI: 1956 Raick Special
two-deer Sedan. Solid black; air
conditioning; standard shift;
Financing available. Beautiful
car. Telephone Gatun 359.
FOR SALI: 1955 Chevrolet
convertible, two tone, power power-glide,
glide, power-glide, radio, heater, new top,
only 25,000 miles. A bargain
far $1295.00. Ft. Clayton 2101.
FOR SALI: 1950 Raick 4 deer
Special, radio, beater, undercoat undercoat-ing,
ing, undercoat-ing, excellent condition, $350.
PImm 14-3211 er 14-2183,
after doty heurs. ,
PRICK TO GO . OidsmohiM
'52. 4 door $$00.00 Cadillae
'49, 4 deer, $400.00 Dodge
'54, hard top, 1,100.00, Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile '53, 4 door, $700.00.
Agendas Cosmos, S. A. Frangl Frangl-pani
pani Frangl-pani Street, corner .National
Stadium. Tel. 2-4586.
FOR SALI Chrysler '51 4-dr
grade New Yorker V-8, power
equipment radio. Navy 3411.
Excellent condition $450.
FOR SALE lata model 1955
Ford V-l, passenger country
sedan, radio end clock, standard
ehirr ply W.S. tires, lew mil mileage
eage mileage Isthmus only, perfect con con-Call
Call con-Call BanWo Z-74tv
FOR SALI 1957 Chevrolet
Station Wagon. 9 passenger 4 4-deer.
deer. 4-deer. Call 1 14 after 5 p.m.
. ...
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA' .COLON
4
T.rr STREAMLINED
both. Trained oentotater lad
and sentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
8ervices "SCHOLLtV
Products 4
leading
CAMERAS
international Jewelry
155 Central Are.
LIFE INSURiCNCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for' rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-4852
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible te finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHL1NGER
Government
ice.'Ce.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE I
ii i
SAN BLAS I
rviinr-iAii II
CAlUKdlUiN
March 23, 1951
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661

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Cameras

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Home Articles
Large 4 burner ranee with eve
and broiler, $75.00. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6195 days, nights. Pa Pa-nanM
nanM Pa-nanM 3-6435.
FOR SALE: Elect rolu vacuum
cleaner. Mahogany dining room
set (buffet also suitable for Hi
Fi equipment) sectional divan,
electric clocks. Venetian blind,
miscellaneous, household goods,
carport cupboard, 25 cycle Gar Garrard
rard Garrard motor. Quarter 2353-A.
Owen St. Balboa. Hours 4-1 p.m.
FOR SALI: 2 Rattan chain
cushions and ottomans $20.00
each. 4 wicker straight chain
$1.50 each. 2 single matt roses
$5.00 each, 1 set Royal Doulton
diahes, Felicity pattern $7.00, 1
Rattan magaiine rack $3.00.
Many miscellaneous articles.
House 356 Apt. II Anton.
FOR SALI Pa. Living room
Suite upholstered, $125.00.
1957 Ford Custom 300 4-dr.
Sedan V-8 1000 miles. Phone
82-3206.
FOR SALI 4 chain, bamboo,
I neat tables, bamboo, 1 cof coffee
fee coffee table, maple, I set dishes,
Royal Doulton, Miscellaneous.
Call Balboa 3252.
FOR SALI VM Hi fi, Record
player blonde and 12.6 cu. ft.
refrigerator with deep freeser.
Call Albreek 86-4113.
Basketball
Results
AST
Boston U. 83 Boston College 76
St. Joseph Pa. 68, Lemoyne 68
Princeton 58, Pennsylvania 55
Columbia 85, Cornell 65
Dartmouth 81, Brown 78
Yale 105, Harvard 87
Fordham 107. Rutgers 78
Duquesne 77, St. Bonaventure 54
LaSalle 80, Seton Hall 78
Lafayette 108 Wilkes 56
VaiUanova 81, Nuhlenberg 78
Niagara 78, Syracuse 61
South
Len. Rhyne 61, Belmont Abbey
II
Midwest
Eastern Illinois 66, Elmhurst 64
Quincy .63, Illinois Normal 12
Anderson 63, Ban State 62
West
Seattle 73- Idaho State 60
SINTINCED TO DEATH
AMMAN, Jordan, March T (UP)
A Jordanian military court sen sentenced
tenced sentenced three persons to death to
day in Nablus for posssssion of
explosives. Two of the convicted
men were sentenced in absentia.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zona
United f tales District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division ot Balboa
Samuel Gfeller, Plaintiff vs. Anna
Maria Gultlerrez Gfeller. Defendant.
Summons Case No. 4648 ClvU Docket
21 Action tor divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
Duvi-cnuuea action wiuun uuriy oars
after the first publication
in ease of your failure to. so appear
and. answer, Judgment will be taken
against you or default tor the relief
demanded m the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie r.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this March S, IMS.
C, T. McCormick, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
I. By Marian D, Bowen
Deputy Clerk
To Anna Maria. Gutierrez Gfeller.
The toregolnr summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie r
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal zone,
dated March S. 1958. and entered and
filed In this action In the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
I U 1MB
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
' Clerk
By Marian D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
PROMPT
COURTEOUS
TV SERVICE
CALL
2-2371
All Work Guaranteed
Call Till 10:00 p.m.
TELE-RAD
Corner "H" & Darlen St.

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Ave. 4S LOHUDK WARMAC-'S3
Miscellaneous
lost Armour fiber flea snd
Resins. Does net run, easy to ao ao-ply.
ply. ao-ply. Lass of estimate coat te cav caver
er caver your boat. Abe Pettit Marine
paints. ABBRNATHY, 3-6895.
FOR SALI: Relleimarin, under underwater
water underwater camera, complete w 3.5
Rellei, Tessar lens, underwater
flash, light holder, filters, slide
projector, screen, collection of
color slides, etc. Tel. Cristobal
2386.
FOR SALI: Piano Small Up Upright,
right, Upright, full length strings, German
made, tropicaliied. In excellent
condition, suitable for recital,
orchestra or as a really fina
practice piano. Phone Ft. Gulick
608 or 441.
FOR SALI: 14 ton. 230 volts
Chrysler air-temp air conditioner
used IVa yrs. Phone 1850, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. FOR SALI 2 cribs good con condition.
dition. condition. 0303 Cable Hts. Ancen.
FOR SALI Completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottage at Gargona
Beach, Swim, fish, relax. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ocean view. Bargain, trans transferring
ferring transferring te States. Phone Baibea
4474.
FOR SALI B.S.A. 500 c.c.
Gold Star A-1 condition $300. $300.-00.
00. $300.-00. fi Oldsmobile, food tires.
Radio $200.00. Phono Balboa
2-2438. f
FOR SALI "Swedish birch
table and chairs $125. Horse
$35. Miscellaneous. 2308-B
Balboa 2-3715.
Motorcycles
FOR SALI: 1956 ISA meter,
bike. 125 C.c. Perfect condition,
Fhono 83-4137.
Macaws Trounce Perleos 11 te
By DAN DIS LONDB5
Second Half Standings
WL
H 1
4 1
3 2
2 S
2 3
0 5
Macaws
Pumas
Conejos
Pslomss
Ocelots
Pericos
The Mafawa tied un the Fast-
lirh I ,ea sup strain bv downine the
Pericos 11-4 yesterday. With the
exception of the Pericos, it iooks
like a tight race for the rest of
the reason.
It was the Macaws sll the way
aa thev had scored eisfht runs' in
the first! two innings and the Peri
cos .nan scored none.
Fortune was the Macaws au tne
way as they had scored eight runs
in the first two innings and the
Pericosh ad scored none.
Fortune was the starting pitch
er for the Macaws but .'developed
a sore' arm by the end. of the third
inning so Bob Dilfer came in and
dm a fine joo tne next couple ot
innings.
Bright started for the Pericos
but this just was not his day as
he had trouble fielding the balls
hit to mm; Then big Gary Ness
came in to relieve and went the
rest of: the way.
Priester of the Macaws hit his
first home run this year to help
the Macaws cause. Gary Ness the
pericos pitcher lead at bat with
one for two.
The box score:

Macaws Ab R H
Priester 9 2 1
Watts 3 2 1
Smith 12 0
Fortune 4 0 0
Thompson 3 0 0
C'ayton 3 1 0
McGowin 4 2 1
Sticlaw 2 0 0
Chase 4 11
Dilfer 1 1
Pericos
Weade 2 0 0
Berger 2 10
G.ness 2 2 1
Bright 4 11
Carroll 3 0 1
Green 10 0
Barnes 10 0
Bowen 3 0 0
Cross 10 0
Asoron 10 0
Burton 2 0 0

Pumas Down Palomas
in Last Inning
By MORGAN SCHOCH
Wednesday at the Fastlich Teen Teenage
age Teenage Park, the Pumas downed the
Palomas seven to four.
, The came was a nitcheri' duel
until the fifth, when the Palomas
came across with three runs. Ken
ny Pearl came in and relieved,
did a good job in holding the Pa Palomas
lomas Palomas in check, also scoring a
win for himse f.
John Bateman of the Pumas hi
a homerun for the winners, wit!
K. Peatl and Wilkinson helping
the cause, by esch collecting two
for four. Huddleston was the big

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Aioscmms e
tit
TH eVetd"
SERVICES
3-minuta ear wash $1. steam
cleaning ot motor $5. wexia of
cars $6. Auto-Bane, Trana-lstb
mian Highwsv near Sean.
R
easonable
liable
adio-TV
pain
With fairness te all. Best equip equipped
ped equipped and most dependable shop
(one dav service). Member of
Natesa (National Alliance of
Electrical Service Association I
Crawford Agencies Corp. Fhono
2-1905. Box 1890, Panama.
Termite damage can ho destruc destructive
tive destructive as fire if not; controlled.
Protect your home and furniture
by calling Pronto Service Tel.
No. 3-7977 Panama. Colon
1777...
FOR THI BEST IN TV" MPAHS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C O. D.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in out modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-aa
aa "Pla-aa 5 de Mayo."
Boats b Motors
New fiber glass boats on display.
9 to 12 ft., 15 pounds. $199.00
F.O.B. factory. Excellent for car
tap and dinghy. ABBRNATHY
3-6895 Panama.
FOR SALE: 22 ft. sailboat,
"Karen", inboard meter. Good
aailt. Call Balboa 2-6345 after
5:00.
FOR SALE 12' out beard mo mo-far
far mo-far boat trf Uer, 1 h.p. mo motor,
tor, motor, motor cart cover. All excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Rodman
3662.
man for; the Palomas, collecting
one for two.
The box score:
Pumas

Ab R H
T O 0.
4.0 1
2 ,2 1
4 6 0
4 12
2 1 1
1.1 0
2 1
4 0 0
4 0 2
4 0 1
5 0 0
4; 1 1
2 0 1
2 0 0
3 0 0
1 1 0
3 1 1
3 0 0
10 0
0 0 0
2 1 0

5 earl, R.
iUiams
Bateman
Schwarzback
Pearl K.
Roe
Rowan
Finlason
Potter
Wilkinson r
Lol'er
Palomas
Rothgeber
Allen
Huddlestown
Pajak
Browder
Ashton
?oatwrigbt
aldwell
Arosemena
Frsndeg
Rager
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA CIS 7:SS
George Montgomery
"tAST OT THE BADMEN"
Sat. "ThrW faeea t Eve"
CRISTOBAL
o) Alan Freed
'hock, Hock, bock"
Sat. "Kiss Them for Me"
DIABLO HTS 7:SS
"BUM OF THE
ARROW"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE SHRIKE"
GAMBOA 1:SS
Judy Holliday
"full or ursr
GATUN 7:l
O Gene Kelly
"LES GIRLS"
(Color)
MARGARITA S.US. 4t 1:15
Jerry Lewis
"THE DELICATE DELINQUENT"
Owl -Show 10:30 p.m.
"TBE l"AR COUNTRY"
1 11 i mil 4
FARAISO
ous im
Tab Hunter
"The ttltl He
Lett Behind" -Owl
Show 10:30
p.m.
"BENGAL
BRIGADE"
SANTA CRUZ
HH f S:3S
"Attack ef The
Crab Monster"
and "Violence"
' ir i i
C AMI BIERD CIS A S:M
"THE D.I."
- Owl Show fjOMi iiiw
"Black Shield of Fahworth"
11 I

Experienced cooks

needed. Apply
Hotel Roosevelt lor.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," OIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Give-away price.'
Residence at Santa Clara with
accomodations for 13 people.
Throe thousand motors of land,
cultivated with garden and fruit
trees. Artesian well. Telephone
3-0019.
FOR SALE Cottage on Air Air-port
port Air-port Road. Tiled flor. See Mrs;
Webster at Santa Clara Casino
or call BalSoa 2830.
FOR SALE Hills Cottage at
Coronado Beach, two bedrooms,
rr.odern improvements, 2 power
plants and wall on property. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
25-3024.

Irate Man Breaks Through Guards
Into Princess Margarets Residence

' LONDON, March 7 (UP)- An
angry young rian broke through
a double securty guard into
Princess Margaret's royal resi
dence today and climbed all the
way up to the roof shouting for
the princess before police over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed him.
The princess herself was at home
when the, unidentified man, about
30, felled one police guard and
broke past two beaver-hatted sen
tries to enter the front door of
sedate Clarence House. But palace
uHniais sam me princess did n
see tne intruder.
The man dashed un th oranrl
staircase of the residence, shout shouting
ing shouting down theipaMsiBWys- With
police on hWrie climbed
out on the roof and yelled, "Down
with the Tories," at a gathering
crowd in the roval orecincta be.
low.
London police and a brace" of
embarrassed Grenadier Guards
finally cornered the intruder n
the palace parapet He was taken
10 a ponce station ana men to a
hospital for a mental examina examination.
tion. examination. Authorities refused to iden identify
tify identify hira.
It -was an incident almost with without
out without precedent id England, where
residences of the roayal family
are closely guarded. Clarence
House has a double guard a
tauad of uniformed bobbies and
sentries from the army's brigade
vu. vricuavuci uuoiub,

Two English Teachers, preferably of whom English
is the mother tongue, to teach in Our Lady of
Bethlehem School, Las Cumbres. For additional in information,
formation, information, apply to the Sosa Family, corner of Ave.
Peru and Calk 33, No. 6-11, Altos. Tel. 3-0261.

PROTECT YOUR UPHOLSTERY!
FOR CAR OR FURNITURE
"CLEARVrEW" PLASTIC
Heavy Gauge
Absolutely Transparent
Cuts and Sews Like Cloth
Cleans With Damp Cloth
COME IN AND SEE "CLEARVIEW"
AS WELL AS DUR LARGE SELECTION
OF PL4STIC AND UFHOLSTERY
SUPPLIES
EL EC0N0MIC0
Diamond y Cia. Ltda.
Calle "Q" No. 21
I
Opposite National Stadium
Tel. 2-0192
OPEN DAILY TILL 6:00 P.M.

WANTED: American announcer
tor local radio announcing. Tele

phone 3-7464 or 3-3168.
Piano player needed. Broad
knowledge of musk required.
Apply Hotel Roosevelt Bar.

WANTEO European family
interested in three or four bod bod-room
room bod-room unfurnished house with
garden in good neighborhood.
Phone 3-6147:
MONEY WANTED WiH give
first mortgage on all equipment,
business rights etc., for loan of
$5000.00 at 10 interest.
Money to be used to place busi business
ness business on firm footing. Pay back
at $150.00 par month plus in.
teres. White Aptdo, 4062, Pan.

ama, PJ. de P.
Civil Engineer ranted. Apply
T e e e n Corporation, Paraiso
Curve, Borinqnen Highway, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Phono Pedro Mi Mi-guar
guar Mi-guar 374.
WANTED; U.S. cititen to help
sail 30 ft.; sloop to Maryland the
end of March. For further infor information
mation information call Gamboa 6-203.
Palace officials politely main maintained
tained maintained the princess was undisuu o o-ed
ed o-ed by the incident. But it seem
ed more likely that she heard ail
the ruckus and may have look looked
ed looked from behind the damask cur curtains
tains curtains of her second floor apart apartment
ment apartment at the final scuffles.
The incident burst out suddenly
as the usual afternoon crowd of
sight-seers Was gathered outside
the three story Clarence House.
The man first attacked constable
Edward Fry, onejpf the regular
Scotland Yard uniformed men at
Clarence House. Several punches
dazed Fry -and he fell.
But Fry managed to keep a grip
on the intruder's coattails and
eventually v maneuvered his way
to a servant's entrance where he
gave the emergency signal on the
doorbell.
The two gtfardsmen sentries on
duty propped their rifles against
the gateway and rushed to Fry's
assistance.
But when police reinforcements
emerged to answer Fry's SOS,
the man burst loose, ran to the
front door, and lunged into the
house.
Once on the roof, he harangued
the crowd, attacking the govern government
ment government and the royal family.
At one point he hurled his coat
down at the crowdn. Then be tried
to drag a loose plank over to be
edge and drop it. But the timber
was too heavy.



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Because of the Slump There's a.-v
Donnybook Coming On Labor Front
Warns Top Government Mediator
WASHINGTON, March .7 (UP) The government's chief labor mediator hat told Congreea the economic,
recession "spells trouble" on the labor front.
The official, Joseph F. Finnegan, said industry-wide strikes causing "severe dislocation of our industrial
economy" may result from union wage demands on auto mobile, aircraft and other big industries.
"There is practically unanimous agreement on the part of labor and management people that we are in
for a bit of a 'donnybrook,' he testified.
"It has all the makings of more industrial conflict than we have had for the last five to seven years'

Flnegan is director of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Mediation and Conciliation
service
He testified at a closed, budget
hearing before a House Appropri Appropriations
ations Appropriations subcomittee Feb. 6. The
subcommittee made the testimony
public today.
Finnegan said labor found It
"easy enough to get increases
of five etnts, 10 eentt, 15 eentt
(an hour) in an oxpanding,
booming economy." But ho said
the business slump has created
"quite a different story" and
stifened managomont opposition
to pay boosts.
Meanwhile a Democratic led
drive to pump more Federal funds
into job making public works
snowballed today.
The Administration appeared to
be moving in the same direction
but less strongly.
Senate Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tax.) lined up
heavy Republican as wall as sol sol-id
id sol-id Democratic support for two
resolutions calling on the Ad Ad-ate
ate Ad-ate stepups in civil and military
'public works projects for which
Cingreis already has provided
money.
Johnson introduced the resolu resolutions
tions resolutions yesterday. He told the Sen Senate
ate Senate he does not "think we are fore fore-domed
domed fore-domed to depresion." But he
said "God helps those who help
themselves and we will not solve
our problems if we merely shut
our eyeS;" , ...
Senate Republican leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland (Calif.) said he
did, not plan to join 18 other GOP
Senators who have become, co co-sponsors
sponsors co-sponsors of the Johnson resolu resolu-tins.
tins. resolu-tins. He said he thought the Senate
Armed Services and Public works
committees "should hold hearings
on the resolutions and should call
witneses from the executive
branch of the government."
Knowland pointed out that In
If the shoe fits, o woman prob prob-obly
obly prob-obly didn't buy it. tNlA,
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
4 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
, fa prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographlc
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Haiboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

85
80
89
83
(max. mph) NW-15
BAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 79
NE-23
.01
83
SATURDAY, MARCH 8
High
5:31 a.m.
5:54 p.m.
Low
11:42 i.
m.
THE TOWN. .THE PEOP
ABOUT... ARE
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High 91
Low 77
HUMIDITY:
Hfgh 89
Low ......... 52
WIND:

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PHILIPS LUfYDs NOLAN DIANE
i'ARSI ARTHUR KENNEDY RUSS
AMBLYN -JERR MOORE DAVID
NELSON BARRY COE.

terior Secretary Fred A. Sea ton
has promised to announce Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday a list of public works pro projects
jects projects under his department which
can be aclerated.
President Eisenhower told his
news conference Wednesday that
public works projects already pro provided
vided provided for will be stepped up.
But he said freer consumer pur purchasing
chasing purchasing must provide the main
answer to the economic slump.

Each Traffic Cop
On CZ Now Has
Own Safety Helmet
Those white-topped safety hel
mets you see traffic cops wearing
all over the; Zone are not really
just the same two test helmets
being swapped around.
The 40-or-so helmets Ordered
some time ago for Zone traffic
men have arrived and beeen dis
tributed as part of each motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle officer's standard equip
ment.
Under the shiny white tops, the
helmets have black rims, visors
and chin-straps. They are made
of glass fiber bonded with polyest
er resm. Their shock-dissipation
factor 'come 'from a helf inch
layer of crushable foamed polys
tyrene.
Exhaustive tests were make be
fore these helmets were chosen
for the Zone. Thy are "Toppex"
brand an have also been adopt
ed recently by the Crty of Los An An-eeles.
eeles. An-eeles. Each helmet weights about two
pounds, and they are reportedly
no hotter than headgear previous
ly worn by the officers.
International Drug
Ring found Using
Innocent US Airmen
TOKYO, March 7 (UP) Ja
panese authorities today announc
oH tho Hiwnverv of ah internatlon
al drug ring which they said has
been using U.S. airmen as unwit
tine emiifffflArs.
The Narcotics Bureau said the
arrest of four Chinese three in
.Tartan and one in HonB Kong
and the recovery of $83,000 worth
of heroin has broken the back of
tho rinff.
No U.S. airman has, been arrest-.
ed, and there is no evidence that
any had guilty Imowledge of the
ring, the Bureau said.
.tananpsp authorities had ben
on the trail of the smugglers for
thre years, but it was an acci accidental
dental accidental discover? by Air Force
Capt. James Pi Bowers, of Kings
nnrt Ton that cracked the case
Rowers haT asked another Air
Force capt:jjn to pick up a silver
chest he hall bought in Hong Kong.
His friend Jbrought bask not only
the chest fit a .suitcase which the
Hong KorB merchant said belong
ed to B 1
A davjw ''jo' later, Bowers got a
leter fm the merchant saying
there Jed been a mistake and ask ask-ine
ine ask-ine h In to hold the suitcase for a
frienf who would call to" pick it
UP- . '.
Tie Tennessean, his suspicions
ardised, opened the suitcase. it
tared to contain nothing more
n a few ods and ends of cheap
1 1 i . i i
rung, dui &. Closer examination
overed a'bout 1V4 pounds o
oin concealed in a double lid.
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WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP)
The government acted again to today
day today to encourage cheaper borrow borrowing
ing borrowing in a new effort to revive busi business.
ness. business. A one-half per cent cut In the
Federal reservo discount rata
was announced in the wake of
three more reports of sagging
business conditions and one re reflecting
flecting reflecting a strong point in the e e-conomy.
conomy. e-conomy. The developments:
The Federal Reserve Board
authorized its New York, Chicago
and Philadelphia, banks to reduce
their interest charges on borrow borrowing
ing borrowing by member commercial banks
to 2 1-4 per cent. The other nine
Federal Reserve banks are ex expected
pected expected to make similar reduc
tions.
Body Of US Army
Warrant Officer
- I. 1A.
To Be Buried Here
Thn aWf-ir nf TIC Arm v Ural.
rant officer, Cesar Sotomayor, kill killed
ed killed in a helicopter crash on Feh.
22 near Red Bluff, Calif., has
been flown to Bajo Lino, Chiri
qui, for burial tomorow morning
WO Sotomayor's body arrived in
the Canal Zone on Wednesday and
Was flown out today aboard an
Air Force plane. Capt. Victor Fer
nandez of Fort Amador is escort
ine the body to Bajo Lino.
Two warrant officer! and three
enlisted men were also killed in
the accident that took the life of
Mr. Sotomayor. The six men
were taking part in the transfer
of the 57th Transportation Corps
from Fort Riley, Kans. to Fort
Lewis. Wash.
Tomorrow morning an IAGS
plane will fly an Army firinj
squad to the province of Chiriqu
to take part is the burial servic
es. The squad includes: Sgt. Jay
W. King, Sp2 Gilbert Washburn,
ap3s nil Jfi. wells and isidro Lo
pez-Rios, Pfcs Alvm Evrage, Eu
gene P. Kwaske. and Harold R.
Triplett. All the men are from
Headquarters Company of the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry. Fort
AODDe.
Also included In the party leav
ing tomorrow morning will be
bugler, Pfc. William B. Simons.
He is also from Headquarters
Company of the 1st Battle Group,
ton Kobbe.
Mr. Sotomayor is survived bv
his wife, Gloria, a native of Bajo
Lino and a daughter, Sheila, two
years old.
PC Employe Loses
His CZ Quarters,
Commv Privileaes
An employe oi the Canal orga
nization on the Atlantic side has
been evicted from his quarters
at Rainbow City beacause of ex
cessive purchases of duty freeu
merchandise and tne purchase of
dutyfree merchandise for unau unauthorized
thorized unauthorized persons, it has been an announced
nounced announced at Balboa Heights.
The employe had quarters in
Rainbow City and is employed in
the Locks Division at Gatun.
Several cancellations of Panama
Canal quarters privileges have
been made recently because of
violations of this nature. When
such action is taken, commissary
purchases privileges also are au automatical
tomatical automatical canceled.

Cancer Should Never

This it the fourth In a soriot
of nine articles tolling tho pub public
lic public what is known about cancer.
4. HOW TO TREAT CANCER
47. How should cancor be treat
ed?
It should be treated by compe competent
tent competent physieians with surgery and-
or radiation (X-rays, radium, or
other forms of radiation). Hor
mones or other chemical sub substances
stances substances may also he used. Cancer
should never be treated with
"home remedies" or "secret cur
as."
40. Can cancor bo aUaanoaoaT and
troatod offectivaly in any hospi
tal?
No, not in every hospital. First,
the hospital must have an oper-
. .1 i- 1
anng room: men, access to a iao-
oratory for the microscopic diag
nosis of (issue; and X-ray equip equipment
ment equipment suitable for diagnosis, and
'or treatment. Fhiallv thr must

y adequately-trained physicians

The Comerce Department

reported manufacturers' sales and
new and unfilled orders all were
down more than usual in Janua
ry. Hard goods led the decline.
Federal Reserve reported de
partment store sales during Feb February
ruary February were off 8 per cent from
the same period a year ago. But
sales in the last week of Februa February
ry February were slightly above the 1957
figures.
The Commerce and Labor
Departments estimated construc construction
tion construction activity hit o February rec record
ord record of $3,177,000,000. The estim estim-ete,
ete, estim-ete, however, did net take into
account the unutuoh severe
weather of last month a spokes spokesman
man spokesman said.
In addition, the Treasure
nounced that it nM
bonds than were cashed in during
July 1956 stace
3Kl PuMfc bought 407 million
uuuara 01 new series E and H
bonds, 28 minion dollars more
moil u mrnea m IOr Dsvmunt
The discount cut thirii t-
w oi such reductions since
orm of lower Interest rates for
uvl JUHI15. i
Lower interest rati r.
and on commArrUi in... -n
tlw jprevtMM. two discount reduc-
MVUBi
R- K. Norris Claims
$20,000 Damages
For Aufo Accident
Dr. Frank
City took th
at Anc" t tes-
jujt in me szo.ooo damage suit
filed by a retired Panama Canal
employe Robert K. Morri.
moms is seeking to recover da damages
mages damages he claims ha miffari ..
a result of an aSitomobtle accident
uoa Dy a soldier. Robert M.
ruschke over a vr ia
ui. naymono testified that Mor Morris
ris Morris suffered permanent disability
to his left arm, also serious ner
vous reactions, Internal bleeding
and fractured ribs as a result of
tp accident which occurred on
Gaillard Highway when Plishcke'5
car allegedly crashed into a car
m which Morris was a passanger.
Testimony by the dirver of the
car, Preston Rambo, who was a
U.S. Embassy official, taken by
deposition before he left the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus was filed in court this morn morning.
ing. morning. Rambo saw a car coming in
the distance with an unsteady
weave, n pulled off to the edge
of the right-hand side of the road
during a rainstorm. Rambo claim claimed
ed claimed the oncoming car cut over to
the right and struck the hood and
door of Rambo's car.
mums is claiming tnat as a
result of injuries sustnefl in the
accident he cannot pursue his a a-vocation
vocation a-vocation of making ceramic t ob objects
jects objects because he has lost the use
of his left hand.
Dr. Raymond was the only wit witness
ness witness to take the stand today. The
plaintiff's attorney is Dr. L. S.
Carrington. Plischke is being re represented
presented represented by William J. Sherdan,
J-
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe said to today
day today that final arguments in the
case will be heard on March 21.
to make effective use of these fa
cilities.
49. Are X-ray treatments good
for all kinds of cancer?
No. Treatment depends on the!
type and location of a growth. But
some cancers that do not respond
to X-ray can be treated by surge
ry or other means, such as cert-1
am hormones, chemicals, and ra
dioactive isotopes.
50. What is a radioactivo iso
tops?
An isotope is a chemical "broth
er" of aa)y particular element.
(Elements are basic substances
such as iron, iodine, carbon, etc.)
It differs minutely m "weight"
but resets the same chemically.
A radioactive, isotope is one that
gives off rays of energy, like X

rays, but eventually will decom decompose
pose decompose and become inactive.
SI. Will radioactivo itotopot cure
cancar?
Yes, in some instances. Isotopes

MaajBkM.
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CALL ON IK! Russians Am
bassador Mikhail A. Mensnucov
leaves his car as he arrives at tne
White House for a meeting witn
President Eisenhower and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Dulles to discuss the
latest Soviet bid for an early con-
ference of chiefs -of state.
Cubans Expected
To Accept Election
Supervision By UN
ti a v an A fhiha rUP) The gov
ernment is expected momentarily
to announce its acceptance of
United Nations supervision of
general elections scheduled June
1 in a move designed to blunt the
keen edge of growing Popular
pressure for an end to Cuba s
political crisis.
Th announcement, according
to foreign diplomatic circles, is
to be made by the new Cabinet
formed by-' President Fulgencio
Batista early this morning ano
which will be sworn in durmg the
The new' Cabinet, the first gov
ernment change in three years
pnahles eieht of Batista's top fol
lowers to run for public ofice.
Under the Constitution, no otte
can hold a Cabinet position ana
run for an elective job at the
same time.
Government acceptance of U.N
annervision of the election repre
sents a complete about-face for
the Batista regime, which up to
now has maintained that it would
constitute "foreign intervention in
he internal affairs of a sovereign
nation."
The government change is at;
tributed nrimarily to the influ
ence of Emilio Nunez Portoundo,
Cuba's ambassador to the U.N.
It was Understood that he made
such a concession a condition of
his re-entry tot he Cabinet.
Immediate effect of the govern
ment announcement will be two
fold. It wil serve to apease
growing popular clamor for an
end to civil strife and Cuba 'i
more than year long politics
crisis, and it will take a lot of
steam out from the opposition,
British Defense
Minister Schedules
Visit To Moscow
LONDON, March 7 (UP)-Brit-
ish Defense Minister Duncan. San
dys today scheduled a spring vi-
Jl i.-. A 11 t
git to moscow reporteoiy to reas reassure
sure reassure the Russians that American
missiles are being stationed in
Britain strictly for defense.
The Defense Ministry announc
ed early today that Sandys had
accepted a Soviet invitation to
makeHhe trip, which most sources
believed would be sometime in
May. The invitation was extended
by boviet Ambassador Jacob Mai
ik after Russian and Western lead
ers began tentative plans for i
summer summit conference.
Defense ministry oficials refus refused
ed refused comment on reasons for the
trip.
Other sources said, however, 't
would almost certainly take m the
overall subject tof disarmament
They said it might pave the way
for resumption of East-West dis
armament alks which collapsed
in London last summer.
Be Treated
are a useful way of bringing radia radiation
tion radiation to certain cancers.
52. .Will hormonal euro Cancer?
Not yet, but treatment with
certain hormones may prolong
life and lessen pain in some breast
cancers in the female and some
prostate cancers in the m a 1 e.
Much research is being done on
how hormones effect normal and
abnormal growth.
53. It progress being made In
controlling pain caused by tome
advanced cancor?
Yes, X-ray therapy, radioactive
isotopes, certain surgical procedur procedures,
es, procedures, sedatives, pain-killing drugs,
or selected hormones can keep
pain under control in many pa patients.
tients. patients. 54. It cancar curable only in tho
oarly stages?
Yes, m a large majority of cas cases.
es. cases. But some cures have been ef
fected after a caneer has been

present for a long time. The

Panamanian-American Built

On Display At

In keeping with the Point Four
Week proclamation by President
Ernesto de la Guardra Jr., Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians and Americans working
together have built an exhibit
which, will be shown for the first
time at the agricultural and in industrial
dustrial industrial fair in Montijo in Vera Vera-guas
guas Vera-guas tomorrow and Sunday.
The exhibit tells the story of
how technical" assistance and co cooperation
operation cooperation improved the welfare of
one farm family in El H i g o.
Point Four week will extend from
March 9 to March 15.
The exhibit shows a large map
of Panama, and various projects
that have been completed or are
under way, are pinpointed on it.
Below the map there is a large
scroll bearing the President's pro proclamation.
clamation. proclamation. The exhibit has been built by
the joint efforts of the U.S. In Information
formation Information service, and the per-
cnnnoi nf SIGAP. After the snow-
inc in Montiio the exhibit will be
returned to Panama for, showing
at the Franch Bazaar n co-operation
with the Ministry of Agri Agri-and
and Agri-and Industry.
areeorio Coronado of El Higo
is the central figure in the exhi
Kit Seven vears aSO a U.O. Ictu-
nician from Point Jf our orougw
50 pounds of sweet potatoes to M
Higo and showed the farmers m
he trram T.n BTOW U1C1U. ""
with DAP agents he taught them
hm to control plant diseases
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and to get better yieras.
In the second year v,oron.
madt $400 from sweet potatoes
with additional prof Its from
corn, rice, beans and ether
crops. He was able to buy a
pair of oxen, a plow, and a
hand cultivator. Ho Incraasod
hi corn crop y n,n
hotter produelna varianoa,
. ami Salvador.
El Higo is a small farm i g
n., i in tne rroviuc
Panama, not far from San Car
ols. There is an mnaie spun.
!..; onnneration and pro
comuiuuiij ""r- i
gressiveness among tne peop peop-Toother
Toother peop-Toother they have tried to solve
mans of their own problems of
: fcooitk and education ae-
pite meager financial resources
!r. i,it their heed for a help
I Ur III lllat.
Recognizing their nefed
technicians from Point Four went
- w knnrl "OP N 111 Ji
w j in
essential materais ana e-
"SLk. la r.l.,h was organiz-
ed many of tne iarmei
Many Taxpayers
Expected To Gel
Break Next Year
wacutmctoN fUP)-The gov
ernmeni is expected
income taxpayers a
vear en listing their business
exjensls on income tax returns
c r -..Una renortedlv will
rmit emnloves who account for
their expenses to their boss i to ig-
nnre the now wu"'-
6(A) on the front page
1040, the so-called long form.
Last weekend Internal Revenue
Comissioner R u s s e 1 1 C. Har Harrington
rington Harrington said a modification of the
6(A" requirement wfould be an announced
nounced announced early this week. But the
m hoe nnt eiven final ap-
XICOOU1J uma o-
proval, it was learned, and the
announcement may not be untu
next week. As of last night Treas
ury Seci'etary Kooen o. -son
had not read the text of the
ruling. I.
StartTng next year, Harrington
has said, taxpayers must list on
line 6(A) all reimbursed expenses
they had during 1958. Although
the new line appears on 1957 tax
returns, (which must be filed by
April 15) it does not have to be
filled in. ,
Taxpayers' using line 6(A) will
also have to submit a detailed
explanation showing the when,
where and how of much of their
claimed expenses. Harrington has
advised keeping complete records
of business expenses so this in information
formation information can be listed.
Under the expected mofifica mofifica-tion,
tion, mofifica-tion, persons who account for
their expense money to their em employers
ployers employers will not have to give a
second reckoning to the government!

With Home Remedies'

chances of a cure often depend on
the type of cancer and the kind
of treatment.
55. Is there any chemical that
dottroyt cancerous tissue?
Many chemicals will destroy
cancer but they also destroy norm normal
al normal cells. About a dozen chemicals
have been found that appear to
be more destructive of cancer than
of healthy tissues. These chemic chemicals
als chemicals lessen suffering and prolong
life. They are not yet cures.
6. How long will an untreated
cancoSr patient live?
This will differ with each indi
vidual and with the locaton and
type of the growth.
57. Can th spread of cancor be
stopped or retarded temporarily?
, Yes. Even cancers now incur incur-aWe
aWe incur-aWe may he controlled temporari temporarily
ly temporarily by radiation or surgery or' by
the use of hormones or other che
micals.

Fair In Monti jo Tomorrow

to join, but when told this was
for children only they formed
their own group called Demostra-
cion Agncola. They met every
Wednesday with the local exten
sion agent to get instruction m
f arming practices and how to
market their crops. Point Four
technicians introduced new plant
seeds, cultivation and disease con
trol methods which the farmers
adopted.
Tho women of II Higo wore
no lots industrious and they
formed their own domonstrwtion
group called "Amas de Cases"
(Housewives). When they did
not have .enough money to buy
metal pots and pans, they ask asked
ed asked a Panamanian woman artist
to show them how to make
thorn. Tho men helped thorn
make 2.000 bricks to build an
oven in which to bake tho
clay pots. Tho women also
ttudiod dressmaking, cooking,
and how to improve wWr
homos.
when an addition to a new
school was needed. Point Four as
sisted with money and materials,
and the people hum tne scnooi
rooms themselves. They put up a
windmill to supply water to the
school and when engineers founu
it waa inadeouate It was repiac
ed by an engine pump which now
supplies all tne water wmcn,
needed.
The first consumer credit union
in Panama was organized by the
f.rmer of El Hiso in July, 1958.
Although this fund is not great
it is still growing, and members
nf the union have been able to
Kv much-needed seeds, tools, In
secticides, weed killers and ferti
lizers to carry on better farmmg
practices.
Britain Working
On New Missile
For Artillery Use
LONDON. March 7 (UP)-Brit
ain is working on a new nuclear
ffuided missile "complementary"
to the U.S. Corporal missile and
has offered it to its NATO part
ners. it was discldsed early today,
Julian Amery, ndex Secretary
of 'State for the War TOffice, told
members of Parliament who con continued
tinued continued army costs debate until
well oast midnight the new mis
sile was designed to replace hea
vy-caliber. artillery and would' be
lighter than the corporal.
Word that this country wa
workinf on a lighter, guided bom
hardment weapon first was given
to the house last year ny tne men
war minister. John Hare. Today's
announcement was the first indi
cation it was sufficiently advanc
ed to go into production.
Amerv recalled that the corpor
al is being introduced into the
British Army, and added:
"At present we are also work working
ing working on a British nuclear guided
weapon which will be complement
ary to the Corporal and lis design'
ed to replace heavy-caliber .arm
lery."
Gambler Lansky's
Quizzing Put Oft
Indefinitely
NEW YORK, March 7 (UP) (UP)-Gambler
Gambler (UP)-Gambler Meyer Lahsky must wait
a while before he is quesuoneo
by the so-called legislative "watch
doe" committee.
A hearing scheduled for today
has been put off indefinitely. The
committee wants to question the
55-year-old crime hoss about the
murder of Albert Anastasia last
October and the gangland conven
tion at Apalachin a month later
It has been rumored that Anas
tasia was trying to move in on
Lansky's gambling interest in Ha
vana when he was shot to death
Lansky already has told police
that he knows nothing about A-
nastasia's death. He has been
barred from re entering Cuba
where he is one of the shot in
the gambling syndicate.
58. Do surgical or radiation
treatments spread cancor?
No. On the contrary, such treat treatments
ments treatments not only limit the spread of
cancer, but are the only present
methods known to cure cancer.
59. It any progress being made
In cancor research? If to, along
what Knot? 1
Great and real advances are be being
ing being made in all fields of cancer
research. Experimental work in
chematherapy is especially pro
mising. Certain drugs have alrea
dy proved useful in controlling or
slowing down cancer growths. A
drug vs being sought to destroy
cancer in man, or to prevent these
abnormal growths.
60. What are tho chances of find-
inn a fun far all tvaaa Of cancar?
This is the biff aoal of cancer
research. Scientists are more hope
ful now than ever before that they
will reach that goal.

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Thus tho Coronado family la
only one of many families in El
Higo who have improved then?
way of life through cooDera the en.
terprtse aad aid from Panama-
wan agencies and the Point Four
technical assistance program. And
ru mgo is but one of numerous
communities in Panama Traiei
have received similar help.
I . L
y ww record of accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment the people of Bi Higo hav
shown what can he h ...un
friends and neighbors work to-
getner.
Moscow Offers
3-Poinf Agenda
For Summit Talks
LONDON, March 7 fWM
ww naaiD rnni v n m j ... l
I twee-point sum
jm. coherence agenda "that could
be solved right now."
Soviet commentator Vti t
usted these tonics nrntH v.-
the U.S.S.R.:
teg.h'n m DUClW WMPM
-Steps to extend internattonal
trade.
An atom free zone in Europe.
Kuznetsov said three vnuA
Czechoslovakia and East Germa
ny oi me tow countries includ. 1
ed In the Rapcki plan have a.
greed to a de-nuclenrireri im.
It is now up to West Germsny
ana countries stationing troops
there to complete the agreement,
he said.
The commentator maintained
that the qoestion of resnificatfon
of Germany "should have no bear bearing"
ing" bearing" on the proposal for a nu-
clear-free area in central Europ
The U. S. has staunchly held
that any discussion of the future
of Germany must be tied to the
question of reunification.
USAF Not Talking
About Sabre Down
Near North Korea,
OSAN AIR BASE, Korea. Mar.
7 (UP)- A U.S. Air Force spokes spokesman
man spokesman today declined to comment
on reports that the Sabre sh ot
down by Communist anti-aircraft
guns Thursday had flown over
Red Korean territory.
The pilot of the plane was last
seen drifting by parachute into
Communist territory. His fate
was still unknown. The North Ko Koreans,
reans, Koreans, thus far, have made no
mention of the incident.
The Sabre was one of two flv flv-ing
ing flv-ing low-level ground support train train-ing
ing train-ing misions for Republic of Ko

rea troops about 85 miles north of m

beoui near the demilitarized zone.
"We are not certain 'at this
point just where the plane war
when it was shot down," an Air
Force spokesman said. "All we
known is that it was near the de demilitarized
militarized demilitarized zone.' V
Freight House
In Cristobal Gets
Renovation Job
The Cristobal local freeght house
is being renovated, according to
the Panama Canal Review.
Under a major improvement pro program
gram program now going on near Dock 9,
the delivery platform if being wid widened,
ened, widened, a canopy constructed, and
twe street area in front of the
freight house widened.
Other streets in the. area are to
be resurfaced.
The changes will increase cargo
handling space by a third, and
facilitate cargo delivery, especial especially
ly especially in the rainy season.
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