The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH I, 1958

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THE PULS
OF PANAMA

THE THREE-MAN civil service
'commission appointed by the gov government
ernment government resigned an masse yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, charging President de la
Guardia and his cabinet with dis disregarding
regarding disregarding their recommendations
for expanding the civil service to
cover all 'government employes.
A report accompany the
resignations revealed that Hie
foar-vear-old civil service is
confined to the Public Registry
and the Internal Revenue Office.
However, the commissioners
n: A I Rnrmi'idez. LlllS E.

ezZZiim rt' Paredes and Emilio

phareed that trans

fers, dismissals, promotions and
appointments have been made m
the Internal Revenue Office in
violation of civil service regulations.

Owners of coastal Vessels which
MvMin Panama and ua-

rien have reported threatened to
. oil on strike if the government

tint nut into oneration the

lights to facilitate night naviga
tfon.

The owners complained that
the government readily collects
fgvx fmm them, but has made

no effort to repair the lights which

have gone out.

Shutting Down Dispensaries
Saves USARCARIB Money
Expected savings of approximately $465,165 and exeessed
equipment valued at nearly $92,263 will bring total benefits of
$557,391 to U.S. Army Caribbean as a result of cost reduction
activities during the second quarter of fiscal year 1958.
These facts were revealed in a recent Management Im

provement Report compiled by the office of the Comptroller, f

Headquarters, usakuakjb.
The Department of the Army's drive for economy during
fiscal year '58 brought .renewed efforts in all operation to ob

tain reductions.

i.

Transportation Ofiicer resulted in

approximate annual savings ot

w,5SK. A study snowed that the
elimination of mainline hauls re

duced traffic below the point of

economical ownership ot the e-

quipment. and that the Dresentlv

reduced volume of traffic could be

handled at less cost over hitrhwava

by Army or commercial freight!

rswwwa. flings ui BVU1C 3,UD in
annual salaries for two civilians
and an estimated $3,000 required

for maintenance and operations

were realized, in addition two loco loco-motives
motives loco-motives and three rail cars valued
at an estimated $47,500 were ex exeessed.
eessed. exeessed. Progress made in effecting cost
reductions durine the first ho if

FY '58 through organized manage management
ment management improvement effort for Wk

- v ( w UVUl
ranama and Antilles areas, total

eoumaiea 1,UU,6(H.

Presidencia sources yester yesterday
day yesterday said they had no idea where
the report came from that plans
its afoot to appoint new gover governors
nors governors and mayors all over the republic.

The sources said President de
la Guardia as no plans in this
regard.
Scripps Brothers'
For California
The Novia Del Mar, which fin
w copnnH on the recent lwO

mile San Diego-Acapulco yacht

race sailed out of isaiooa
j. VinunH for San Diego.

The owner f th atfoot sailing
t,t. Tohn p SerioDS. of a well-

known newspaper family, claimed
yesterday that his ketch is now
the fastest sailing boat afloat on

the West Coast.

crirtn said that he received

a w sunrtav that the first

www
a wat the Windward,

blown ashore on the toast of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico by a" sudden wind ann 'be 'became
came 'became a total loss. The crew were
.i. when it occurred.

c.:nn. ha ik owner ot t n e

John P. Scsipp newspapers,
ui hrnther James C. Scripp,

Principal owner of the Sinpps
League of Newspapers, were sihed sihed-uled
uled sihed-uled to left yesterday aboard the
i..iut Tnmorair. Tney are as-

sompanied by their wive and a
auest Mrs. Vmtoria Nelson, h
After the San Diego Acapulro
rahe Scripps said he decided tc
cruise down to Panama.
The Novia del Mar Is being
taken back to San Diego by her
regular crew of foor headed by
Capt. Sam Davis.
PanCanal Lists 7.6
Vacant Positions

iu tue becouu quarter the USAR USAR-Crtivio
Crtivio USAR-Crtivio oigaai Uuieo ai Lwozai re re-puneu
puneu re-puneu uuoc utkjtaV "laiiugvuieul
impioeuifcins, ne most siguiiicaat
uwi uie couaGuuttuUtib uie C
muuicauon Center at r'ort Aamdor

wuu uie one at uuauy neigut

wnich produced benefits vamea at

an estimated $59,941 per annum.
Tnis action resuueu iu reaucous
o4 aamimetrauve overneau costs,

equipment maintenance and taDor

tApeuses anu me release ot vaiu

aoie ouic space. Tne same vo

lume oi u'a..it is bemg naudied
and the same services are being

iuiuished with less manpower anu

equipment.

itecent consolidation of Army dis

pensaries on uotn stues oi uie ism

mus wui bring expecteu oeneiits

ot $53,155 lor the USARCARIB

aurteoii s Unce. by closing tne

nor. Uavis dispensary ana caring
or the patients at the i on Guuck
aispensary, closing the Fort Araa Araa-aor
aor Araa-aor and cozozal uispensaries and
reiernng the patients to Fort
Clayton $46,15 was saved in mi

litary labor costs, and about 7,000

wortn ot exeessed equipment was
returned to suppiy.
A joint study, conducted by the
CkjAiivit-nj aiuu auu irauspor-

talion otlicers, resulted in the trans

ier of respoosiomuy tor tne au au-ministration
ministration au-ministration and operation oi the
Sienal Service motor D001 to the

Transportation maotor pool officer

Beneticts m maltary manpower, re-

uuctwns amounteu to live spaer.i

wim esumaled salaries ot 14.J10
annuaiv. iMVe civilian spaced were

eliminated resulting m turther sav

inas ot $16,036 m annual salaries.

Xhe Antilles yuanermaster at

Fort Buchanan, P. it. derrlr4Je-

Muta unanas awwnd. 'iSt,m by

translerring ait troop issues uu
bulk sales irom the smaller Fow

Brooke commissary to the fort
Buchanan commissary. The conso

lidation of bulk sales, admmlstrat

overhead and accounting activi

ties resulted in e releaae os six
civilian empioyes.
Tho Hisnnsai of Armv owned

railway eqripmeht by the Antilles

Nixon's

RP

Views Hit

cur cur-Canal
Canal cur-Canal the

Twenty-Six positions are

issued by the Personnel Bureau
Two of the positions are tor cler
typists in the office of the comi
clerical, clerk, cier

!c ..t.i window clerk, pipe-

shop foreman, graduate trainee
!n". trolman, heart

10CK.S vu. r-- t

tUt Oftice neipei,
LLL cf-f nurse, supet

clerical 'assistant and time, leave,

PM oayrou ciera..

Salary Increases
Due Next Month
For Local Raters
Nearly 500 regular full time
employes and several hundred
part-time and other employes of
the Canal organization on the lo locality
cality locality Wage rate rolls lare sche scheduled
duled scheduled to receive salary increases
next month.
The nay increases are for the

automatic in-grade raises given
each quarter to certain employes
nn the locality rolls who have

completed a year's satisfactory
service. The administrative with within
in within grade promotions also are
given quarterly for part-time and
other employes whose perform performance
ance performance of duties or length of ser service
vice service warrant such Dromotions.
The pay raises, whieh Will a a-mount
mount a-mount to an average increase
og over $50 a year for employes
on the full-time rolls, will be become
come become effective iwith the pay pe period
riod period beginning April 6, 1958.
Japanese Request
To Halt A-Tests

Rejected By U.S.

, Emphasis on cost reduction ex exerted
erted exerted by the Ad Hoc Committee for

Management improvement "Pro.

ject Paydnt" and Work Simplifi.

7 7 u 8 18 exPectea to pro provide
vide provide the impetus necessary for the

ot an estimated $2,000, $2,000,-w
w $2,000,-w in benefits and

cost reduction efforts of the com-

luanu m iiscai year 1958.
Second Polio Shots

To Be Given CZ Kids

On Wed. Morning

Polio Vaccine miectinnc wiH K

BBBBSWliiBHwL iiiOf ire

siven mr scnooi children of B

ww "y and Santa Crw
Floudav mosnhtfy iMgnininft

s omfcir, it was announced Tri-

flay at the Health Bureau.

inesst -will be second injections

, series oi twee. Arrant.

monts for these to be w.i.iTiv

done were necessary since schools
are not in session. The vaccina-

lions at Rainbow City will be giv
en at the Rainbow City Elemen

tary scnooi and those for Santa

Cruz school children will be given
at the Gamboa Disnensarv.

At raraiso school children have
been eoming in on an individual
basis to get their second polio vac vaccine
cine vaccine injections. Those in that town
who have not done so already may
come to the Aid Station there any
afternoon.
Children to be vaccinated should
bring their blue record cards, it
was announced. However, chil children
dren children who do not have the cards
should report for vaccinations a-nyway.

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mil a r ..-i-

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Besi.

Yemen Enters

United Arab

States Orbit

UTW dt-ttfp, lOTeiv BMjdrji Hughes, cop-

: oi vne if Qiieemtui B unu last, h:h na

litre talHId t the Union Club, over 1000

trathtrnA for the 20th annual ponce Bail yesterday.

ies the present hlef, WtJ. B. A. Darden, a former chief,

retired Maj. George Herman, also graced the bati. de is nere
with his wife visiting the Isthmus. An Ancon resident, Mrs.
Hazel Brooks won first prize of a Hi-Fi set with built-in bar;
and Capt. George Black of Tt. Clayton copped second prize
which was a silver service sat. The third prize, (ticket 2977),
has not yel been claimed.

TOKYO. March 8 (UP) The

Unuea States nas rejected a Jap

anao rpmiest lor suspension o.

nuclear tests scheduled at Eni Eni-wetok
wetok Eni-wetok Atoll in the Pacific this

spring, the foreign office an
nounced today.

It said a u. S. note received

Wednesday stated the tests could
not be suspended in the absence
of an international agrement on

nuclear disarmament.

Japan has protested agains

British and American tests in th

Pacific in the past on groundr

that there was danger to Japan

from radioactive clouds.

New US Attempt To Launch Vanguard

Rocket With Satellite Is Postponed

Four Panama Firms
Awarded $107,470

In Army Contracts

Contracts totaling $107,470 were

awarded to local contractors dur

ing the latter part of January and

the early party of February, the

Engineer, U.S. Army Caribbean

announced t.is week.

A contract in the amount of S86,-

375 for 25 to 60 cycle electrical

conversion in Fort Clayton was
awarded to contractor L. R. Som-

mer.
Two contract totaling $9,514
went to E. O. Hauke Construction
Co. for the installation of alumi

num jalousies ana screening in

Building 115, Corozal, and for the
remodeling t Fort Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Onen'Mess.

One contract in the amount of

T 226 for the installation of Ter

razo tile in Building 119, Quarry

Heights, and -another for repair?

to tile surfaces -and accessories in

various buildings in tort iWDDe
wort tn H. I. Hnma Co.

TV co"trction of a 80-cyclc

primary feeder to Buildmg 40
Jorozai, is to be accomnlised b b-Bildon
Bildon b-Bildon Incorporated, for the a
mount of $4,355.

y n

at Huntsville, Ala.

Previous firings of the Van

guard on Dec. 6 and Feb. 5 ended
m explosions. The latest difficul

ties may have, been caused by

water from the heavy rain leak leaking
ing leaking into some vital part of the
rocket necessitating a thorough

'drying out" before a new launch launching
ing launching attempt could be made.

The Navy emphasized that the

prime purpose of the Vanguard
launching was a test of the rocket
itself. The Navy's main effort to
put a satellite into orbit probably

will be made later this month
with a fuly instrumented 21-inch

mon.

headquarters

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.,

March 8 (UP)-A new attempt to
launch a Navy Vanguard rocket
with a test satellite in its nse

was postponed yesterday. Anoxner
try may be made in the next two
days.

A brief announcement, re

leased here and in, WaShmgwi,

said "minor tecnmcai anucui-

fnrrprf the nostoonement.

The troubles may nave woneo
from a downpour Thursday am
while the Vanguard restedhxnits
launching pad for the long pre pre-firing
firing pre-firing checkout.
Two previous Vanguard firings
arAtA in ."ailiirp

The Navy announcement said

daylight firing, was "a w

objective of tnis parucmai uw

Raveais Anorntr wmi
The Pentagon said another at-

tomnt to set the 72 foot, three-

stage missile oif the ground and

6.4-inch test ssiewie inw m

,,,ith F.vnlnrilr T and SDUtniK 11

would be made "at the earliest

nracticable date."

win e navv men wurncu uwi

the Vanguard m advance ot an
niher lonu countdown, the Army

,i7s hpiipved to ne reaayinK an

k.r Vvninppr satpiiite to replace

tho nnp that failea to EO mw

m V- v..-.
m-hit WpHnpsriav

Dr. Jack Froehlich, deputy

phipf nf lne let nroDulsion labora

f uihiph rtpnipns the Army sat-

ellites ana ine imat imec avu avu-fpi
fpi avu-fpi staces of the Jupiter C mis-

-iio inrticated much of the equip

meiit for the Explorer substitute

was on nana nere. ciean.up operations by the Ar
.?C" thP firirt my wereWn an assist by grate

r "uT!, r: ; , bi Q. wh0 swooped down on

havl Z SnStt Nft th. beach for some tasty morsels.

. 1

DAMASCUS. March 8 (UP)

The ancient kingdom of Yemen

touav joined Egyot and Syria in a

new organization to be know as the

umteu Arab Mates.

The agreeement unlike the one
which merged Syria and Egypt
into the Unueu Arab Republic, teit
Yemen witn its international sta status
tus status and government regime.
The document was signed by
Mohammed Self Ul Islam El Badr,

crown prince of the mountainous

nation of Yemen, and U.A.R. Pre

sident Gamai Abdel Nasser.

It invited other states to join the
United Arab States' with the

same status as Yemen.

Yemen's linkup with the U.A.R.

brought 75,000 square miles and

4,50,000 people into Naser's plan

for a united Arab world.

The' agreement specified that the

citizens oi the union will have

the right to work and accupy pub.

lie posts lm the united countries

"without discrimination."

It also abolished restrictions for

traveling among the union memb

ers.

The agreement said member

states would follow a single fo

reign pokey to be drawn ud bv

the union and in some cases will
have single political and consular

representation abroad.

It said the union would have uni.

tied armed forces, a customs u

nj.on and "coordinated" economies,
transportation .'''n m eddejj

tionai facilities.

ii
Nickerson Slated
To Give Talk
Before Diablo PTA

"Science and Education" will h

the topic of a talk to be aiven

Tuesday night by Col. John Nick

erson, prominent U.S. authority

on rockets and missiles who will
speak before members of th? Dia

blo Heights Parent Teacher As
8ociation.

The meeting Is scheduled to be

held in the Diablo School gymna
sium beginning at 7:0 pm.3.

The general public is invited to

attend.

Nickerson Is presently with the

office of the USARCARIB Engi Engineer.
neer. Engineer. Refreshments will be served fol

lowing the meeting.

Political Scientist

Mocks Friendly

Interpretation

TALLAHASSEE, March 8 (UP) A political scientist
last night quoted Vice President Richard M. Nixon's
statement that the United States and Panama "have a
tradition of friendly and peaceful cooperation" as evi evidence
dence evidence of the "shocking shallowness" of Nixon's under understanding
standing understanding of Latin American relations with the US, and

ud-ranama reianons in particular.

Dr. Philip B. Tavlor of Tulane University said: Where

the, US and Panama have gotten along is in times when

we controlled the domestic political situation of Panama."

Nixon s statement, when quoted by Taylor, drew a

roar of laughter from delegates to the anifual Southeast-

.am a i :'.

ern conference on Latin American studies here.

Taylor said that articles written

by Nixon following a 1055 tour of
Central American and Caribbean

areas contained "false and ridicu

lous" statements.

Nixon wrote that the US and

Panama "have a tradition of
friendly and peaceful cooperation

and for over 50 years have satis

factorily resoivea mutual proo

lews."

Early Death Toll
40 In Brazilian
Four-Train Crash

n aiM-iilrt

Wald.

tries histories

or politically and "history is
spotted with difficult situations
which have not been solved in a

friendly manner.''
He said 'where the U.S. and

Panama have gotten along is in
times when we controlled the do

mestic-political situation of Pan Panama."
ama." Panama." He saW e relationship could
be likened lo that of Soviet Rus Russia
sia Russia and Chechoslovakia.

He said none, of Nixon's articles.

"are indicative of any understand

ing on the vice president's part of
the true situation and they show
a shocking shallowness on his part

of the true status of u.5.-fanama-

nian relations.

Me called Nixon's statements
"blaBd and meaningless generalizations."

this (CI') An engineer Who failed (o

disasters in Bra-

de Janeiro la:

of the worst rail

zilian history, police said todi

Recue workers had recovered 3S

bodies up to this morning and four
more persons died in hospitals,
bringing the death toll to 40.
Some newspapers said the death
toll might go as high as 80.
Authorities at first believed only
three trains were involved. (But to today
day today they saidt hree electric trains
were stalled ot. the tracks by a
rain and hail storm near Pactencia
Station and a iourth barreled into
them.
They said a station master at
Campo Grande, the station next
to Paciencia, warned the engineer
of the fourth train to slow .down
because of the weather but the en engineer
gineer engineer apparently ignored it.

Amador Beach

Reopened After

TworDay Closing

Hundreds of sardine-like fish

washed up on the beach at Ft.

Amador caused officials to close

the facilities to bathers for two

days.

The Amador beach was reopen

ed to the public this morning, ac
cording to an Army spokesman.
An unusually high tide Thurs

day, followed by an exceptionally

low tide resulted m tne small fish

being washed on shore, covering

a good portion of the bathmg area.

AIRWAYS SIZZLE AS IRATE CHURCHILL REFUSES TO DISCUSS SISTER

NEW YORK (UP)-SU- Winston
Churchill's son Randolph' lambast lambasted
ed lambasted an interviewer last night
in a televised tiraoe sprinkled
with Hells" and one shocking
British 'Bloody."
Chusiliill, who has ust com completed
pleted completed a lecture tour in this coun country
try country was touched of when
w'mv "Night Beat" interview-

e? Jeton Wingatc asked if he'

t'lauflX th Amencr.n .press nan
he i fair in its "extensive .-".id af
times bouyant" coverage o:
'thn uniiir.iinatp incident involv

ing thk erert of your sister, Sar-
ah, in Cali ornia.''
Die station said that by twoi

hours after the close of the 1

n.m. show it had received 571 tel

ephone calls from listeners. It
said slightly more than a third of

them thought wtngate s question

had been out ot une. ine rest,
tho ctntinn said, rfbiected to

Churchill's language and suggest suggested
ed suggested he "go back to England."
Winaita EiH h hart not asked

; Churchill to discuss Miss Church-

: i f s 'Trc: r?lf snrt. at n t 'e
mentioned what it was lor dis disorder
order disorder y doraluet restilHr'! from an
rvw nf alcoholic snirits.

Churchill started at a Slow dqu:
"I never discuss matters relat relating
ing relating to my family with total stran

gers such as yourself . .You are

a total stranger iu mc auu
tha tow hundred neorile look-

ing in at the small television sta station"
tion" station" which has not yet managed

to get itselt a networn, mat mey

are most ot mem suocis w

m. .."

Wingate said: "liet me say
that you underestimate the audi-

ence
I wouldn't ttiink o as-'"i yci"
about your sisters,' Churchill
fumed back.
"I was warned . They said
'Don't you trust them. They'l
spring something dirty, mean,

caddish on you.' I've not been dif
. i I 1 i. fitnlr

appomtea oy wnai my mcuuo
said." ;
urtin tnM vnu not to trust

usP' Wingate asked.

ces of information," Churchill re-
i ... iiti - -...K.., nnf q

pnea. i m a journauoi,
television interviewer...
"One's only doing you a fayer
by coming. I mean you're making
a 'ot o. morev out of it. I'm not
. r-.i.: uiu tlio kail

geung a iarmuig.
shou d I let myself be bulbed

arnnnrt hv V0ll No. I WOn't sj-

low it. Frankly not. I'm a citfsea
of. a fnie country . We're not

vinhinnivH nf the nress. We're

not frightened of te'evision. We're

grown-up peopic. we ao as we
choose arm we just don't take it

b.oody lymg down.
It sems to me that. .."Win

gate began.

"I man t oouier to wox up

what vhhr sister has. done or

what vmir mother had done or

who your father was," Churchill

said.

"T Han't nven know if Vou had

a father, or if you know who your
father was," Churchill added.
At that point, Wingate managed
to change the subject.

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JineducU ft Grad, found
are about the serious problen. of Wbe
'.nurtured in over-crowdea ,"ltionsi floating around
I It is dift-cult to understand why there is .aviate the
or petty hn8jmProve'ntfn 1 Junior S Building. As a
'tSUlSV&fiA ft Sor Hifi building is a
fWK dont we parents organize jfft.
nation
;'will prove. Another DUguited Paret

CARIBBEAN GIRLS STATE
Or behalf of all Caribbean Girls' Staters. I would like to di di-i
i di-i rect this letter to tJfVfflbbMii Girls' State has not been
! 'Wteii' State a girl will actually live the role of a vot-

ib sesaiun i J oot

i state, iisox eov uwui, ;
, f Cirtt' Stale wasi

. tk.t haoriened to me. I am
pvei iMpiKrcu ......

knew the thrill of attending rjfst

, M actwe cttirn. oi

tive citiran of an acuve, aemww. B,r,v : ;

yJ SmZ S
j and become Letter future citizens

SPEND, SPEND. THEN SPEND ON CX

Sir:

W just about to come to the defense of the s Better Dress
; Shoo" "hen I saw that this small, improvement with a it others
t add? t the commy is goinc to cost the Canal Zone pub he $150 000.
Great fhions boysT just what to this dress shop going to be?
I rm for trying out some better-grade dresses well-bought for
the (5e of Zonian who has the 'money to pay The tock of such a
1 i3tc on the Zone has been a cause of outcry tor the past i years
Bin look bovs or girls, or whoever you are. A whole lot of ply ply-w
w ply-w J PVrtiUonXtly good for this .experiment, can be bought
Md "crio'e" win whitoeta who belong
itp 3LS Cinlthey do this desning without
the aovernment having to pay an architectural consultant?
! AIT this (tin the dress shop) is exactly what some of us pre predict
dict predict when the Ancon commy was put out of bus -i
th.t it wouldn't be long before some excuse could be found for an
! is not wrone some 8150,000 was spent on Balboa commy.
I I co2er tWs "commissary,, renovation
! of a two-sto:y addition, downright disgraceful. fThis is what critics
J mean when they refer to Wri JS&mmk 4l SMnt on

Meanwuue tne Ancon commy
it to make tine roomy offices for
anyway. And a mUlion bucks to
Building, already comfortable

: Wc were torn wnen Anton nus- rvrr,
I the joad. Weit officials deccittul, or just sort-sighted?
J Part of i! s my money, and I don t like it. Biwned 0lf
! COMMISSARY'S EXPENSIVE STRESSES
f Sir:
whn nrntest the stocking Of

tSXZ, to

J belong to the" mall group of Zonians who want to keep flraones. as
i in fo-ir-fimfly slums and save for the future-

i to look good .ii it.

ndKeT wm yohappj with youimorie. or

feey be c tagged with the bitterness pt eiernai lM
9 t ivi smd lei live Just beoause one is childless, it doesn t make
Live ana ve. ,tnr -hiWren's shoes. Just be-

er.se to say me com..., r

I XVto aT.ntWed that "isthmian womn have forgotten their

femimity.fcave tty
and taw pnue ana ju, ui

RIO ABAJO HOODLUMS
tilr:
The Kttional Guard and the Secret PofVSlioare
hat we residents oi La Boca Town and 4th St., Rio ADajo. we
menaced daUy by 30 to 40 Teenagers, ruled by uch char char-apt?
apt? char-apt? as Bobo Flash Tony, Bolo and others.
The"Sa marijuana smoking and gan J ware
They use the foulest language, have no respect for anyone, and
make life miserable for the whole community. They are Me
leftovers from the Paraiso and La Boca gangs Which were seni
to the Gamboa pen by the Canal Zone police.
Monday night n gang war at La Boca Town had the reaw
dents ducking hundreds of stones. The gangs hava lookduts
a.-- i ,.V. k I T kU.nl. t. n ink fnf 'hp Rpprptft

At the same time they might
Rio Theater.
I know Night Judge Juan
young thugs.
Peace

r

MTW1IN J"1 T"1
YOUR. N
a a no
- 00
I; t4 oo
'
. ,.i..u.c- u,B war
in the Balboa Junior uign
for narpnts of 8th urade stu-
fto "?J th
nuiui). lnn
Grade class numbers 400, JJy
order to: Ca
w ----
dnriul thine
only sot
every girl cannot
... v. ,nri nf heme
TrrrottiyeA
this
S GirlS'
of our United SUtes
Lieutenant Governor
1957 Caribbean Girls' State
y"' T- r jj
employe jjo "J."?
air-condition the Administration
... ,. M
U seem; to me.that they must
. the mogt
. - -----
preUy ho(U weU tended g,rdenS)
Un t Up
investigate the damage at the
,
Santamaria can handle these
- Leving Rio Abajo Resident

laalmr News
And
( .omment

By VICTOR KIISIL
(This Is tha first of two raports
on labor's '51 political stratagy.
Thaso columns ara based on
eontidltil documents now in
tha hands only of labor's nation national
al national chiefs.)
If anyone believes that labor's
high command plans to sit out
this Congressional campaign', he
is .iving in the penthouse suite .n
some ivory tower. True, labor has
said little about poiUcs, but there
is a w-page eiueprint- or-acuon
in the files of the Com mi tee On
Political Education COPE,
the AFL-CIO's own national politic political
al political committee. Marked "confiden "confidential,"
tial," "confidential," it painstakingly provides ins instructions
tructions instructions for getting millions of
im .,
union memDers. into uie precincts
au.
The report promises its people
wi.l distribute it least .44X000.-
OOO niaras nf lilaratiira in Ih. h..l
..... ui ICQOl W,VUV.-
000 Dipees nf lileratnrp in tha nevt
eight months.
"During this election year COPE
nlanc an intanaii7A nuklii nalafiANn
campaign which will utilize new
I 1 11 -n
icaueis ana nanaoius, posters, spe-
tnl nnnio 1 4--. L'i
vaat lit WO ICLCio, pdflipil CLS, Spe Spe-fia1
fia1 Spe-fia1 htlilofinc ir nnwtimilA
where particular situations war-
iam, iuras, raaio ana television ..
Thf. nipppe ft lifproliirA u,o ...ill
use should total,between 40,000,-
AAA nrtA CA Ann aaa m i
ww ouu uu,vw,wv, me report re reveals
veals reveals on pagel6.
' fT r ia win vy l o
central headquarters in Washing
ton, labor s high command has
Oarm ai1rarl mtn. tfoni AAA i
.I 4uu,vw 10 piace
full time labor-politipal directors
in states where the unions are
least influential and have special
faronlc tr Al r.
a .u ucicdi. uu pages iwo
and three, the report revea's:
"Jbe success of failure of the
COPE program rests basically on
Selections are won in the pre precincts
cincts precincts more often than in the head-
iina (uugiam conieni conieni-plated
plated conieni-plated that COPE will match up
to $5,000 a year, funds put un bv
a state COPE for the purpose ol
employing a full-time COPE direc director
tor director or, where a full-tim COPE
uuecior is aireaav emn ovprl
full-time dirpptnr nf WnmAn'-.
tivities.
"Nesnlifllinns fn lannoh ...u i
" I..UV.U OUUH H
program are under way in the
following states: Nevada, Utah
Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Wyom Wyoming.
ing. Wyoming. New Mexipm flklah
Dakota, South Dakota. Niwacir
Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia
South Carolina, North Carolina,
Maryland, Delaware, Vermont,
New Hampshire and Maine.
It is, expected that this pm pm-gram
gram pm-gram will substantially stimulate
activity on the sate- level in the
pvmicai ue o
Part of this activity will be one
of the most sweeDine nniitio.ii
drives ay organization has at attemptedthe
temptedthe attemptedthe registration of everv
one of the AFL-CIO's 13,500,000
members.
Th. drive springs from the
recommendation of George Mea Mea-ny
ny Mea-ny that "registration should not
be merely part of a short-lived,
high-pressure political campaign
but should instead start the day
after Slontinn .-J 1 .J
- -- vi..7ii aim uecume an in integral
tegral integral part of the normal, every everyday
day everyday work of each international ad
In 1 1 unnutuuUBI all
iuv.i uiiiuii oreanizai nn
KlCht
commit commit-in
in commit-in each
lees are Deing set
U it f .11 iiV I jt
UD
local union the
goal
some 60,000 and each local cen cen-tral
tral cen-tral body, The drive was launch launched
ed launched because of what the political
leaders rpnnrt hac hoo "-i..
.. r"" a ia.se
seu-coniidence, a feeling that
nosi oi our people are register-
"This is simply not true: Most
of our rteonle ara not raic...j
.1,1 : -'-V IVftlOltlCH,
When our peope learn the facts,
they will be shocked into action
In some unions less than 10 per per-cent
cent per-cent of the membership is register-
Al Anf all MM Ik 1 k. A i T
v.. it" 10 voie- Tnis is
ueuer man m 1854, when it was
learned that m. nnu.. u.j
. "",v- uii.ujis iidu as
ew as one-and-a-half percent eli eligible
gible eligible to vote.
Therefore COPE has quietly
started "a natural inventory of
registration." This is the first time
i we nisiory of Amer.can labor
that such a country-wide invento inventory
ry inventory has been taken. COPE seit
"c er to each of the AFL
....iw. kucae national out outfits,
fits, outfits, In turn, are writing to each
of their loca's. The local nra
PXDPpfpH tn fill in a..J. i L-
can vote and then rus the infor information
mation information back to central heldauart-
ers.
Ulk.k T U. .
u k uve reporiea nere s
but the sketchiest of details on
just a few o the hiehliriita nf
1 i. ",e "iKnngnis oi
lanors orive to defeat score
".isiessmen u Deueves too con-
servauve or unfriendly. Soon nub
lln l4t a!11 U J 1 a
lie war will be declared on labor's
political opponents. at a special

vmi
early
't -avaa vviuA VllVv
this year in the midwest.

e urar nna rnntoron" a.i.,.uu. it iu.i v.

NOTICE 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) quoWn January
1st, 1958 $3.69
HAMILTON FUNDS (H-DA) quotation February
1t, 1958 $3.83
HAMILTON FUNDS (H-DA) quotation March
3rd, 1958 $3.88
For further information, please contact contact-William
William contact-William B. Lyon P.O. Box 5290
District Manager Panama, R. P.

i, m Phone Panama 3-7063

A

Hflgjgrjtfjisistfs'sfl

r i.'ist. repeived a membershiD
hiani from the Khi Klux Klan,
sent on by something named
Harold L. Aiken, from No. 1
Bragg Street, Greenville, S.O. It
is a most amazing document.
It says: "I, the undersigned, a
native born, true and loyal citi
zen or tne unitea aiaies oi n n-merica,
merica, n-merica, being a white male Gen Gentile
tile Gentile person of temperate habits,
sound In mind and believer of
the tenets of the Christian reli religion,
gion, religion, the maintenance of White
Supremacy and the principles of
a 'pure Americanism,' do most
respectfully apply for member membership
ship membership In the Knights of the Klu
Klux Klan through..."
just alongside the "Application
for Citizenship in the Invisible
Empire," in mg type, mere is a
scrawled noiaiion in airan
handwriting, surprising me tnai
Via pnnlri write at. all Tt. savs.
"YOU ARE REFUSED BX 1
KLAN.
The accompanying screed b!
Allran te nat.nr3.llv written 01
iiiin... .w .v---rf --
lined copybook paper, as I find
nnnst.ant, wltn ail aeoyie wuu
sien themselves "True Ameri
cans." ...
uo nca tha worn "niffeer ra
ther frequently, and he advises
ma tn innv at. thp nualiflcatlons
for membership in his social or organization.
ganization. organization. He says: "Look at
i,mirsalf "anil spp if VOU COUld
qualify for the Klan. I am sure
when you come to. ine pari wnwn
says you must be a white Gen Gentile
tile Gentile American citizen you will
have to say No."
tv, n rAA thlno- is that T am a
k lie u....n
white Gentile and an American
citizen, and. a jsouinerner w
Kiifr T otn ofrairi T COuld IlOt
UUUU, AMW X Clt AAA -
qualify for the Klan any more
than I couia quaniy ior me
communist Party. One meets
ciinh firarifiil roDlfe In organi
zations of th:s sort, and they are
literally of the same stripe, ri ri-kv,n..v,
kv,n..v, ri-kv,n..v, nnnneorl in aim Tnvarl-
ably they have dirty fingernails
to matcn tneir minus,
tt. has alwavs amazed me that
the White Supremacy boys, or
. a l a lit! A i- f .in.
tne aeep-ayea iuiwrai.es u. .kji
special Bund, invarably write on
lined paper, or butcher's paper,
and always, but always, sign
themselves as "True Americans"
nr MT.nvnl AmoripBns Thev seeir
to think they have a corner on
. A I ll.a..
the market just Deep use vnoy
once shoved a Negro off the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk or wielded a cluh in a wild wildcat
cat wildcat strike basicallv dictated by
foreign-born rreketeers.
Tt raflapts rather harilv nn the
most of us, who are true Ameri
cans wh'.ch boils oown simpiy
to the fact that We were born It
Americr, have fou?ht her bat battles
tles battles and paid her taxes, obeyed
her laws and have not forced
violence, on her citizens, no mat matter
ter matter whit the creed or color.
I would not' call an inciter to
riot and mob vengeance a true
American. I would call him a
hoodlum, sheet or no sneet to
mask his identity
I wouia can
him a lint-headed bum so low on
UaUI tt, A.UU"ACCkUCl VUA.1 OU U TV V
the totem that he has to seek
' A I a I
out someDooy ne regaras as m

Cage Within a Cage

Membership Refused
By BOB RUARK

ferlor to kick ln order to confirm
his own inferiority.
his own inferiority; i
i U"li 'illVUWllVJ,
Tf oil VlA "loir-Aofirtfv mVtOa
WAAW VS V0.VAAAK WIlllV
trash that ever attended a Kon Kon-klave
klave Kon-klave were gathered under one
big sheet and painlessly put
attlftv the cnplol etriiAinM nf V,n
" J v.... ovvw Vk VlklC
South would be considerably lm-
nMn.,.n r,..t.ll.. iu x.
p.uveu. ueitauuy- men mere
would be some eta'm for whiia
I equality.
TViara I. .nn. fin. l kUl.
thing which is almost pathetic.
"I guarantee on my honor to
conform strictly to all rules and
regulations reD-ulatlnB- mv 'nat
uralization' and at all times a
uiiiziuoii ana ai an umes
Strict, anri lnval nnarilanpa n .,",
. w.ro,. uuv.ib iiw jfwu,

i vJ

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constltiitlnnai anthoHtv anri tha

wZtibtSrtA th7 ZZ
wLumu.! ouujvinj mm me
f?uti fLndiw? J
p'Zir.rpf'.S'"
.,
,v"'"' "r".".?. viwwuui
ArinttoTirito.MA
w". .9 to United States of
iTould imlme ffi
i snouiaimagme that this ren-'

since TJhSSS!Si -will come along later and
AWPW-JMS"? ln trv ta pollePt for it. So the scient-

born rtreT and equal and enti
S-TJ'S?- liW'ul1. ln.?:
wvr., "'.r11'
Aiken POnPlllrip with- "T am a
KlansmaS now and I win di a
Klansman
I
to we need any sort of punch
line here, or shall we -merelv
auine here, or shall we merely
- Unn. n. u. u..i.
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Merry
y
UAEUIr.TnV nieistrMmnt
in ".'ISM U A V41 WW wwav
continues among Eisenhower eco
nomic aavisers regaramg ine Desi
uiiv tn Mri tha "rfpnrossinn"
word which Ike used lor the first
lime last ween.
One group believes a tax cut
and wage contro.s will, do the
trick. Ike himself sides with these
auvisers.
He inclines toward the Heroert
Hoover theory, twice expressed in
in pasi two weens, inai mere is
LU pV IWU nCCAB, LUtsi WW? IB
nntnind mnyk nimncf wiHl tSha ain.
iiwkAAAu sait.u wiyu( niw vav vvv"
nomv which a little public confi-
An-nrtA ah amva A nUino tin
rtpnrp won't nirp A rhins-im firs.
side chat mav attempt to reftdrv
uisit vuiuiucuve,
Other advisers are more
wor-
:Ama
ried, believe it will take some
i ca f uui-ik imiua kiu iuci w off-
UC cui in me f eaerai neserve re requirements,
quirements, requirements, and a sizable boost of
consumer buying power bsfore
there is a business pick-up.
They favor a real reclamation
program tor the West and a speed
up in- the slow-moving Federal
highway program, plus a much
i.lj ; !.
Domer easing oi creuii.
nuer easing oi creuw.
What worries them is the fact

that consumers have bought soiuntil the November election

heavily on the installment plan
that buying power is at a low ebb.
Auto production' is at a discour discouraging
aging discouraging low
Until hnvino nnuinr i raamrftri
White House advisers warn there
win De no picK-up in ousmess.
NAVY SCIENTISTS SACRIFICE
There's ben a lot written about
the tragic setbacks of the Navy's
satellite Vanguard, but little tv
hnut thn hernip offnrs nf Nsvv
scientists to overcome those set
backs.
Onp inlprpsline feature is that
budget officers, anxious 10 ke?p
down overtime pay, gave ngict in instructions
structions instructions that scientists should
work no more than eight hours a
day. 40 hours a week,
'lhese orders have been com-
Pleteiy. though secret'y, ignored
Tha epprppv results from me
he? that 'Xvy scientists don't
. w&r
wt to get ino a wrangle with
va.K w KCl tuu a n.auftis
budget oLicers. They simpiy worn
A-l(WBrtime hllt dnn-t eoUect for it.
hiidcet ofaeers.
The Budget Bureau frowns on
orHmB ffovernment em-
i" have kept their overtime to
tiemselves.
Thi. thmw, ciffnifieant licht on
mis "OWS siguuitaiii (ut uu
e money-ahead-ol-space-conquest
attitude of budget officers.
Thv rtan't cpem intaresteH in
the fact that4he United States has
hst ereat world nrestiae as a re-
snst great world prestige as a re-
n Zt .k'.i.i klUi.J In
suh Ul aciuua ucuuiu kvuoaia u

WE ANNOUNCE
WITH PLEASURE

Go -Round

MAIIOH
the Sputnik race. What they art
interested in is dollars.
1KI ON BENSON
Pumtklinaat f1AnB.aH a
av,uvaaiuj wwim caaiucn a, i.
iTm Mill a nu.-r m..
iavw awvuaca iuu rim rv caver ox
'Nebraska knew the edds were a-
Urainet tliMM ,. U ,L... 11 i
rnicu vnc wsuxeq SJ
u nesjuent tisennower s oil
tha ntKM. b if 1 . .I
mc h; w 3UUUU UUl AKB QU
whether he would oust his bloody-
IWUfUUUVWCU OVCTCUU7 OI AgrlCUl"
Pturo Cava Tn D.K
muv, si Oa j. flAlf 0VawHHsB
"There are consideri
I It J 1 a.k...
tlitical nature, Mr. President.
illor mtiA "1 . "!-
in th air th.t .... A
RepubUcan Congressmen from our
'nnrf t tlm aa.... -mj
'part of the country are motivated
rk uk mc vuuuu j are mouvaiea
solely by their own political fut-
11aa
auo
I "iBut our party is in real troubht
in farm areas. Every poll and1 re recent
cent recent election shows this to be true.
The reason we came here to today,
day, today, Mr. President, is to respect respect-Jully
Jully respect-Jully request that, something be
done about Benson. Our party will
iiuuuuue 10 lose prestige With the
farm vote if he remains in nftip
DAIRY SUPPORTS
v
The President thought for a
moment. thn favnrArl hi tricU..
I With the traditional Eiaenhmi
grin.
"Cpntlpmon T ln.w u.
A kutn uiv jjiii
pose of your visit today and I ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your frankness. I shall be
cMumijf nans wiin you. i aave
given this matter a lot of thought
recently and want you to l.now
that 1 recognize and am sympa-
thatip With thn nmhUm. nf D
., y.UMkV10 VI kC-
publican members of Congress in
farm areas.
"However, I have no intention
of requesting the resignation of
Benson. You may not agree with
me, but I am convinced he is do doing
ing doing a good job. I could not in
conscience fire a man I think is
doing a good job."
fritai. u ovkkavu vuiuiita. r'y uk

urs m resignauonf asked Kep.
rfiiier. "Do vou mind tellina us

Jpw you might be disposed in that
vent?"
"Well, that hasn't been done,"
rmlied the President, "and to the
lest of my knowledge is not in
nrosDect.. But I think I can tell
vra. .hat Seeretarv Benson has a
juu.um ocsicvakj wv.ii.uu ay
greed to reconsider his support
price order that is effective on A-
nril 1 At the ronnest trf the White
House, he is giving this ..further
study arid may haVe an announce-
gtndy ana may na-ve an announce-
. ...n
IllCllt duuii.
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Answer to Prrrioui Puis

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7 Scotland it

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45 0baerve
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12 freebooter
85 Conductor
56 Expunf er
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endowmtm
58 Victim of.
leprosy
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appellation
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I Kind of, tint
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S Summer (Fr.)
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(ah.)

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IS Withdraw
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nauigtdreek
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ST Japanese
gold coin

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S7 Deeltra
40 Early Emlisb
(b.)
41 Drive off
42 Scottish
petticoat

43 Notion
44 Transact
4( DemolUo
47Pajaein
the brain
48 Sea. (Pr.)
50 Fruit drink
51 Number
53 Anger
54 Knock

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Judy Garlands Marital Life
Hits New Low After Divorce

HOLLYWOOD (UP)-Judy Gar Garland's
land's Garland's roller-coaster marital ad adventure
venture adventure plunged to a new low to today
day today following er divorce suit
charge! that Sid Luft, husband
No. 3, tried to strangle her.

ti,. n..Hm nue-nosed child

star went into seclusion, refusing
r. o n A friends OT to fflSCUSS

tu 55
future plans.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written far Hi A tardea

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Opening leadO Q

The 34 year-old actress' stormy
marriages coincide with her
eauallv temrjestuous career. She

climbs to dizzy heights only to

crash to rumous depths ending in
suicide attempts, public brawls,

lawmit and tiie divorce courts.

Her. tinging career was on the
unsurste onlv last New Year's

Eve when sha flounced off stage

at Las vegas riammgo nora Be

cause nnasiders hoote.o ner

chubby girth.

Began t 12

Judv's uos and downs began

when the left her sisters' vaude

villp act at the age of 12t o be

MUM a mnvie star. She started

at MGM in the "Andy Ha,rdy"

nnirklv mnvinc to starting

rnies in such oictures as "Babes

on Broadway" and "The Wizard

of Oz."

The funnv and sometimes atartk

me adventures of a Phi arinMiia

lawyer woo took up iiymg a smau

mane aurmg me wetx-enas, is
told in "Weekend Pilot!" one of

the books released for circulation

this week ny ue canal zone u

hrarv. t

With candid nnd humor. Frank

Kinestnn Smith tell how hp learn

ed to fly and dispels the prevalent

impression mat week-ena rtymg

i daneerous and exnensive. The

book is i 11 u s t r a t e d with the

author's own nhotnffranhs.

The titles ana names oi tne au authors
thors authors of the books placed in circu circulation
lation circulation this week by the library

follow:

Non-fiction: World of Water,
Cook; Dati on Modern Art, Dali;
France in Crisis, Gilliam; Manual
of Office Reproduction, Herrmann,
Determined to Live, Hessron; a
Guide to Bird Watching, Hickey;
The Essence and Christianity, How How-lett;
lett; How-lett; Understanding Grief, Jck Jck-Survev.
Survev. Jck-Survev. Jensen: Ensign O'Toole

and Me, Lederer; Going into Po

litics, Merriam; tne mew Age oi
Franklin Roosevelt, 1933-1945, Per Perkins;
kins; Perkins; Weekend Pilot, Smith; Lunch

with a Stanger, Walker.
Fiction: Price of Courage. An

Hers- Creatures Great and Small

Colette; Death of a postman,

Creasey; Glorious roily, ue worn;
nrv Neighbor' Wife. Disney:

Houseplan; An Angel Grows Up,

Hios; uo ana caicn a r .mug mi

nnWufi' Haseie-Now. amitn:

A Bit Off the Map, ana otner

Stories, Wilson.

Marie McDonald Accuses
Spouse Of Bogus Kinaping

. v-..!. syru s commumst rany wno
Once a .c,'-kKyffi5 fid the Middleasfe wjiahe
hoofer, Judy became a pronTein United Arab Repubc was 7H
child at Metro. Sh refused pic- Svria and EByDt Febi diplo

EXCHANGE STUDiNTS

BLOMINGTON, Ind.. March 8

mv Indiana Universitv bas

been named one of seven Ameri-

..n universities to narticioate in

a 1958-59 exchange of graduate

students with Russian universities.

TV evchanee. unaer an agree

nut cionpri .Tan. 27 between the

iTnitsH States and Russia, will at

low American students to study

nr undertake research work at

the Universities of Moscow or

t oninorari In return Russian stu

uuiii.
dents will study at Indiana, Har

vard, CfllumDia, rrinceionj aii
fornia, Washington and Chicago,

SYRIAN REDS GIT ASYLUM

VTF.NNA YITP Russia and

Czechoslovakia have granted do

!... 1 A- 1W. 1 3. 1

imcai asvium io me ieauers ui

Svria's Communist Party who

H7TTOT"C nnamfl WaS good

eximple of theak two bid which
is niade with a hand just belotf
an opening one bid in high card
strength and with a good six card
suit. Sometimes the bid works and
sometimes it boomerangs against
its user. This time it worked io a
JtMM

North was not going to be shut,
out and from the moment he stuck

in his three nean yercau msaiue
was in trouble. Soith made things
v., his asriae af .bids arm

when West came up with the kill

ing opening leaa we eventual pen
olhr WOO B minimum.

West's opening of tb queen of

diamonqs was reauy uiasut uu
vat hxaed on (rood bridge sense.

Ui nortnor had to have a gOOd

htind. North and South had been
floundering around desperately
and had finally found some sort
of a fit in the. diamond suit and
he wanted to stop a possible cross
ruff.
The lead sure stoDDed the cros

ruf. Dummy's king covered the

queen. East won with the ace and
continued with the jack and deuce.
South dropped a high diamond on
the jack and won the third dia diamond
mond diamond lead with dummy's seven.
His next nlav was the king Of

hearts. East played the ace and

South ruffed.
This allowed him to make

trick with dummy's queen of
hearts. He also made the ace of

clubs, the ace of spades and three

trumn tricks for a total of six.

Not very good when his contract

was tor li.

tures failed to annear for roles

But she bounced back, eloping

with Lutt, a tneatrrcai agent,

.Tune ft lfliU. Toeether thev clot

ted her comeback a smashing

success that had London Pala

dhim crowds standing on their

chairs.

In October 1951 sit broke all
racnrda at New York's Dalace

theater where police were forced

to block off Broaaway to control
enthusiastic crowds, Judy was at
the top again. She gave the credit
to Luft saying, "I could never
have made it without Sid."
She returned to movies in 1954
with "A Star Is IBorn." Originally
scheduled to be made in three
.nnthd t enst of three million

lUVMHlO a
dollars, Judy's temperamental

outbursts ana penomc uinesse
shot the coat to ftve million dol
lars and necessitated a year of

filming.

matte sources sata toaav. Aiiaiiu

Bakhdash. secretary general of

the Svrian nartv was JimonP

group of Syrian Reds who arrived
in Prague recently, the sources
said, Others were reported in the
Russian Crimea. In Egypt the

Communist Party is outlawed.

THOSE FTRST DAYS of Army life, more often than not, re

a lummea mass ot coniusion w mo oraim UOw ipi.;
the complicated looktaft moving parta of a Weapon don't help
the situation. Here Pvt. Jeffry F. Slaughter, a former Canal
Zone resident who recently donned Army khaki, registers
confusion and chagrin as he attempts to reassemble a M-l
-in. iu t Tt c irmv riarHmn Port. Amftdor.

IUK ui uxc urns iwiu ui a. t-. iw.., --
Standing? at Slaughter's elbow andw earing a know-it-all look

18 BPS wen r iieeKjr, armorer iur umw. iuc w-jw-v.u
i. iu. -M i. j li Dantomln TP fltaiivhtpr Or

private ib wio sun oi mi. um wo. bvujmuu .
Gatun, a PanCanal employe from -KingsvlUe, Texas. Slaughter
Is slated to leave the Canal Zone for Ft. Dlx, N. J., where he
will undergo basic and later qualify for airborne training. He

1 .5 i il l. 1 ,, MSWlSt .. it

or Master sergeant in me scnoois nun- uun.
(U.S. Army Photo)

CINCINNATI. Ohio (UP)

Marie (The Body) McDonald was
all tangled up with the law today
as a result of her latest trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental love fight

Los Angeles ponce investigators

are en route nere ny niane w

question the blonde actress on
her statement Wednesday that
her husband, shoe manufacturer
Harry Karl, had engineered her

much-publicised Kidnaping in Jan

uary 1957.

Los Angeles county uist. Atty

Wiliam McKeson said he had
already asked county authorities

here to question the actres.

"Her press statements indicate

that both she and Karl commit

ted perjury before the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles grand jury" which investi investigated
gated investigated the kidnaping, McKeson
said. 'She also charges him with

conspiracy to commit kidnaping,

anouer felony."

Kidnaper Paid

Miss McDonald was abducted

from her home by two men and

released about 24 hours later in

the desert near Indio, Calif.

sne told a press conference

Wednesday she had paid the kid kidnapers
napers kidnapers $5,000 for her release and
the information about her hus husband's
band's husband's part in the abduction.

She said she confronted her

husband with the Information and

"He told me he did it in a fit of

anger. He said to my mother:
Tfl ruin this girl.

"He begged me not to say any anything
thing anything about it," she said. But she

said she got "siek and tired of

having been the laughing, stock of

tne country ana taking the blame

ior my Kidnaping being a hoax."

Prompted by New Tiff
Sha was also nrnmnUd imut

ently by a new tiff in her 11-year

marriage name with Karl. The

counle was divorced once and haa

been senarated several Hnu

since their re-marriage. Miss Mc-
: T" 1 J : vat is a

uunaia saia nan canea ner lues
day morning asking for a recon

dilation and then collar!

- -..v.n ajcaill

Tuesday night asking for a di

vorce, wmcn sne refused.

Karl issued a statement in Hol-

lywod saying he was "shocked

ana stunned" at his wife's "sb-

surd and ridiculous" charge.

"I think it's in bad taste to get

publicity through this method. I
feel quite sorry for Maaie. She
needs a great deal of help."

Miss McDonald promptly called

anotner press conference to re

tort:

"Oh, fiddle-dee-dee. I love Har

ry and Harry loves me. The chil

dren and I wU be wattta until

Harry gets over this latest bit of

fooushnea. I've had v to contend

with this many timesUn the past

u years.'

'in spite of everything, I love

v a a

Economic Advtsoi

To US Presidents
Dies Aged 72
NEW YORK. March 8 (TJPV

Dr. Walter W. Stewart, promtnet
economic theorist, died yesterday
after suffering a heart attack at
the Columbia Presbyterian Me Medical
dical Medical Center here. He was 72.

Stewart, a resident of Gladaton.

N. J., served as an economic ad

viser to Presidents Coolidge, Hoov Hoover,
er, Hoover, Roosevelt and Eisenhower. H
also acted as American adviser
ot the Bank of England. For many
years, he was a professor of ecw
nomics, first at tne University of
Missouri and later at the Univer University
sity University of Michigan and at Amherst
College.

the man. But I'm also afraid of
him.'

SHOWN with Rear Adm. Georgt Wales, USN, CommajpJant
Fifteenth Naval District, is Kenneth R. Lee (left) and Calvin
Fishbough, who recently entered the Naval Aviation Cadet
urogram. Both men art now undergoing Naval Air Basic
Training at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida. They
commenced training Feb, 23. Following his graduation from
Balboa High School, Lee completed two years of college at
Purdue UrJvjSBSto. In Lafayette, Indiana. He Is the son of
Mr!and Mrs?Fred H. Lee of Balboa Heights. Fishbough has
also had college training since his graduation frcm High
School. He has two .years study at the Canal Zone Junior
College, and one vear at the Alabama polytechnic Institute,
at Auburn, Alabama. He is the son of Mrs. Ruth A. Fish Fishbough,
bough, Fishbough, of Diablo Heights. Upon completion of thSir Naval
Aviation Training, both men will receive their commissions
as Ensign,' USN, and will be Qualified Naval Aviators.
(Official V.i. Navy Photograph

DEALS SATlCFar-rriDv

RTTDWns A TP ire ttd i

..wm wtj naui
Ondarts, head of an Argentine
trade mission which visited sev-

ci L-uunines in eastern Europe,

nam i ruiav inA n..i. ....... j

. --j tut. ucais k-UUCIUUeU
during the tour were verv satis-

facforv Tha j

- j w uitaiuu leiurnea
from behind the Iron Curtain

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wo make loans with guarantM on first mortgage
or other securitioi
25c. 50c, $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety depoiit boxas, for jewelry and
document, In 4 different elites.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave, at
corner of "I" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
17th St.

0. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Manager Sub-Manager
HOURS :
From 8:00 a.m. to U:N p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 1I:N noon

mmiNiatw-jTi

O The hiddin haa tt.

rt. 8iik Wert
1 Pass la Pa.t

12 4 Pasa. ?

You, South, hold: r
AIT KJ Qlfl5AQJ
What A

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an uu .h. v

. vmww i BIT
DPIklamhlv an vaim. .1

- tt tw sutm

nu want 10 aian proceedincs by
showing yaw good dabs. Your
partner will not pan.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner's next bid is
three diamonds. What do you do?

(Htaat

Neminated and Lest
Judy was nominated for an

Oscar and lost. Her career and

marriage headed down again.
The doe-eyed singer then took
a whirl att elevision, but her
weight p r 0 b 1 e m and outbursts
with network officials nipped her
video career in the bud. Critics,
too, took unkindly to her TV ap-

j V.- J.. iiTnni frt atraiPT

I .OCT VP-r JUUY WCUt w vvua.

again. This time to sue CBS for

$393,333, for allegea weaca oi
.Antra t and one "million dollars

, w.u and defamatory" state

aaiH Wavra ll 9111 a ho ut

menia aire nv.t.
her by the network.

Since then Juay s career ns

been in limbo, umitea to occa

sional nightClun appearances.

U.S. GRANTS LOAN
ii!imr.TMN Marrh 8 (UP1

-The U.S. government today an

nounced it aas gramea
dollars to India in loans. Of the

total, 150 milUon doUars will oe

supplied by tne axporx uami.
-d.Jv w mirAhaaa. of irrieation,

MU. .vi f"
power development, coal and iron
. n A ttt.ilrtinir finmmunifS

mining, rosu uuiituue

tions ana mausinai equipmcuv i
u- tt .0 Tho 75 million dollars

LIIC W.U. "
balance will be loaned from the

new Development uian runu ioi

transportation ana cement iaciui-

tes, the nouncement saia.

MOONSHINE EXPLODES
DETHOIT. March 8 (UP) -Judge
John P. O'Hara smeHed out
a crime yesterday in recorders
court.

Patrolman Jack Hughes was
nnvmlnn o flint nt mnnnt;liinp in

his coast pocket as evidence

against a liquor vip ation aeiena
ant. The bottle burst with a bang
TWnito thp Ins of lintiid rvi

dence, O'Hara ruled that the aro-
M.1 ui.tf ciifi.fiortt In pnnvirl and

sentenced Macy Legette Jr., 22 to

I iff w:y'W::y'

1.750.000 people "under ground" in Buenos Aires.
Every day, 1.750.000 people travel underground in Buenos Aires, on the
way to their work. An extensive network of subways stretches the length
and width of this great cosmopolitan city. Four of the six existing tunnels
cross each other at different levels at one, point' in the centre of town.
Only Panagra offers 10 flights via El Inter Amfcricano DC-7 de luxe and
El Pacifico DC-6B tourist class to Buenos Aires, the only south american
city that has an underground transport service.

Panagra
PAN AMHICAN-GRAa AIRWAYS

For further information, consult your Travel Agent or Panagra's offices:
Panama Agencies Co. Colle "L" N 3 Tel. 20556 20557 Panama, R. P.
in l i ii on ii n Jl

AGAIN, TOTAL VICTQp;
for PATEK PHILIPPE
Wrist Watches
at the Geneva Observatory
' : ;
Results of the 1957 Competition announced
on February 27, 1958
ALL FIRST PRIZES
First Place in individual classification
Firs) Place in series classification for manufacturers
First Place in series classification for adjusters
ALL RECORDS FOR PRECISION
Record for individual watch i
Record for manufacturer's series
Record for adjusters9 series
PATEK PHILIPPE BROKE TWO OF ITS OWN RECORDS
IN 1957
PATEK PHILIPPE
The Master Watchmakers of Geneva

Caa fatlich
CENTRAL AMERICA'S
LEADING JEWELLERS
161, CENTRAL AVE.

IN COLON: COLON JEWELRY CO. 10th and FRONT



SATURDAY, MARCH t, ISM
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Sox 134,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDKPKNDfNT DAILY NIWKFAPCK

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SANDRA HUGHES CHOSEN AS POLICEMEN'S QUEEN
A GALA BALL HELD AT UNION CLUB LAST NIGHT
MiM Sandra Hughes, daughter of Police Sergeunt nd
Mn. WlUiam Hughes of Margarita was crowned qneen of
tilt Policcmena Ball at the Union Club Wat nlfht
mm swiuw fcfant rmrn with fold

rvfties ou me ouuite
Visiting Girl Scout
Leaders Entertained
Ait Overy Haights
The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council aid the International Girl
Scouts were hostesses on Thursday
night at a buffet dinner given at
Quarry Heights Officers' Club in
honor of delegates to the West Western
ern Western Hemisphere Regional Commit Committee
tee Committee of Girl Scouts.
Senior Scouts of Troop SB serv served,
ed, served, wearing native costumes of
Panama, the pollera,3 montuna.
montuno and San Bias mola and
skirt. They moved among the
guests, giving them ample oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to study the costumes.
Slides were shown of a trip
made to the San Bias Islands by
one of the Senior Scout troops,
and senior scouts Caroline Zirk Zirk-man
man Zirk-man and Carolyn Corn showed
slides they had made during their
trip to Doe Lake Canada, where
iey represented the Canal Zone.
These sttdet were especialy in interesting
teresting interesting to the chairman of the
visiting group Miss Henriette Os Osier,
ier, Osier, who hails from Canada.
Bill Sears
Horn To Receive
Decoration
Pvt. William T. Sears, son of
Mrs. Llona Sears of Sanra Cla Clara
ra Clara ariVes today at Albrook vie
MATS. He was flown her for a
If ODAY ENCANTO .35.201
Double in Cinemascope!
Robert Wagner in
'STOPOVER TOKYO"
( Victor McLaglen In
"THE ABDUCTORS

DRIVE -IN

TODAY
ONLY.'

SPECIAL DOUBLE FEATURE ATTRACTION!

i A wanted
I" '." starring
"psal BIRCH Beverly GARLAND I Cam. mmi uun mm iM
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TOMORROW
WEEKEND

STRAIGHT INTO A RING OF I
I RED TERROR THEY RODE I
H m ...every treacherous
jjefc mile every step- I
m f-MM bringing them closer
B M M to the hell-pit of ,Jm
R m IW sudden ambush I -4Kfl
Lav -A :Bht n-AkwvM
I m jfl IT

SULLIpN O'KEEFE FREEMAN I0RAB0
DRAGOON WELLS

MASSACRE

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ceremony in which he will re receive
ceive receive the Treasury Dept.'s Life
Saving medal on Monday at the
Balboa Stadium.
Mr. Sigmund Barger
Leavee for New York
Mrs. Sigmund Berger, who has
ben visaing ner son and uaugn-ter-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Marun
Merger ol Manama returned io
her home in New York this wek.
Miss Ella Look
Visiting Hert
Mis Elia W. Look of Vineyard
Haven, Mass., arrived yesterday
lor a stay of several weeks visit visiting
ing visiting with friends on the isthmus.
6he is staying at the Tivoli Guest
House.
St. Mary's Bazaar
Will Start April U
at. Mary's bazaar workers met
last month to lormulate plans for
their anual basaar.
This year St. Mary's annual
charity bazaaf will be held on the
nights of April 16, 17, 18, and 19,
with a special children's matinee
on Saturday afternon.
In cnniunrtlnn with the bazaar
there wil be a special raffle con consisting
sisting consisting of three prizes:
1st orize Westingnouse Auto
matic Washing Machine or dryer.
2nd prize Wallace sterling
silver service for 8.
3rd prize Vacuum clearner.
High School Group
Entertain
Gorges Patients
During the carnival season the
nation! an several of the wards
and in the chest section of Gor
gas Hospital were entertainea Dy
Miss Julie Davlla of Panama Ci-
0.60
0.30
COLD-EYED STRANGER...
A wanted
Killer who
& MONDAY!
RELEASE!

CihemaScopE
COIO& mi DE LUXE
a L1NBSLEY PARSONS production
Associate Rroducei JOHN H. BURROWS
Directed by HAROLD SCHUSItR
Screenplay by WARREN 00UGIAS

ty, who wore a beautiful po'era,
and by representatives of the Intern-American
group of Balboa
High School, dressed in colorful
ppUeras and momunos, udder the
direction of Miss Claud Aycock,
who gave a program of native
dances. These programs were un under
der under the auspices of the Red
Cross Hospital Director.

ZINC CUTS OUTPUT
NEW YORK, Mareh 8 (UP)
National Zinc Co. announced it cut
Sroduction by 18 2-3 per cent on
larch 1 by closing down one zinc
furnace block for 'repairs."
Spokesmen said "economic condi condition"
tion" condition" would determine when the
furnace block would be started up
again. The company operates a

US Farm Law Writers Get In
Double Blow At Benson's Plan

WASHINGTON, March I (UP)
Senate and House farm law
writers struck a double barreled
legislative blow today at Agricul
ture Secretary Ezra T. Benson's
plan to slash dairy and wheat
nrice suonorts later this year.
The committee actions, taken in
the face of veto threats, under
scored previous tarm b oc predic
tions that Benson's longer-range
call for an even deeper cut m
overall government price supports
didn't have a chance.
In rapid-fire order:
The Senate Aericulture Com
mittee voted 12 to 2 to freeze all
price supports and acreage allot
ments at not less than the 1957
level. The bill would cancel Ben
soft's reductions in dairy, wheat
and feed gram supports. It was
promptly scheduled for Senate
action next wek.
A House agriculture subcom
mittee voted 5 to o to approve a
bill to reverse the dairy support
cut. House farm leaders hoped to
incorporate the bill into a pack package
age package similar to the Senate's whn
tne run House committee consul
ers it next week.
Benson ordered that milk sup supports
ports supports be slashed from $3.25 per
hundredweight to about $3.03 as
of April 1. He ordered wheat sup supports
ports supports slashed from $2 per bushel
to $1.78 effective July 1. Lesser
cuts on feed grain supports would
take effect later this yest.
Benson said the dairy support
cuts, widely opposed by dairy
state congresmen, were expected
Each notice for Inclusion in thu
column should bt tubmittad
trot-written form and mailed eo
tin box number lilted daily In So Social
cial Social and Otherwise,'' or delivered
by hs.nd to the office. Notices el
meetings cannot be accepted fey
telephone.
Pen Women Met
At Tivoli
On V.ewiesdiy
'flie Canal .one Branch of the
National League of American Pen
Women will meei at V:au p.m.
Wednesday at the Hotel Tivoli.
flans tor the Biennial Exhibit
wil be maue anu eiecuons wui
Oe discussed.
Engineers will"
invar At Locks
me Marca meeting of the Ca
nal one rost, bocieiy of Ameri
can Military bnginers win pe
held on Monday evening, at 6:uu
p.m. on ine .ast Wan, Mira.lo Mira.lo-res
res Mira.lo-res locas. iolowmg a fish din
ner, Mr. Hoy t. atockham, Su Superintendent,
perintendent, Superintendent, Locks Division, will
discuss jiock overnaul procedures
and an inspecuon oi the overhaul
win oe maue. jf or those interest interested
ed interested in a control house inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, a locks guard wia be avail available
able available at 5:30 p.m. tor such a tour.
Keservations may be secured
from Col. Rogers, 87-211o; Mr.
George Abel, oo-zj5; Mr. George
Kruse, Navy 3238; or Mr. Jonn
nolcn, Balboa 291.
Union Church
Auxiliary
Meets lue'day
tne Women Auxiliary of the
Balboa Union Church will meet
on Tuesday morning at n o'clock
for a coffee hour and business
meeting. v
' The uevotional wil be given by
Mrs. John Herrick, and Mrs.
John Sundberg ot the Salvation
Army will be the speaker.
Quarry Heights
Oficers' Wives
Meet Wednesday
The monthly meeting of the
Quary Heights Officers' Wives
Club will be a luncheon meting
at the 0,ficers' Club on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, March 12 at 12:30 p.m. The
guest speaker will be Mr. Ray
mond Gordon ot tne Point Four
Program in Panama. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
Hostesses will be Mrs. C. E.
Mott, Mrs. W. A. Franks and
Mfs. J. H. Merriam.
Oatun Civic Council
Will Meet Monday
The Gatun civic council will
hold its next regular meting at
the Gatun Service Center on Mun
day night, March 10 at 7:00 p.m.
The Summer Recreation Program
for Gatun children will be one of
the main topics on the agenda
for the evening. All residents of
Gatun are urged to attend this
meeting.

JEETINfiS

Dinh aflM nmenn hat luit

told you he never misses a certain
TV program is noi me ume w
critic by panning the program. Be Because
cause Because then you are not only saying
j;j,,'t Hi.. th nroeram. but
you are implying that the person
who dia UKe u nai wu
inferior to yours.
t. v. knt vnn win t
JL IUJ ire aw
win any friends by pointing it out.
....I -1 .1. klnnlra mith tntal f 2-
IULA1 Ul IU uwvm "
pacity of 3,50 tons of zinc month
ly-
to reduce the retail prices of milk,
about one-half cent a quart and of
butter about two cents a pound.
The dairy state protests have
been taken to President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. Some Senators have ssid
they have been given hints that
the President would not oppose a
bill reversing the Benson dairy
order alone.
However, Sen. George O. Aiken
(R-Vt.), ranking GOP member on
tne senate Agriculture commit'
tee, said he expected the Preii
dent to veto any .overall freeze
similar to the bill approved byt he
comittee. But Aiken voted for it
anyway.
Committee Chairman Allen J
Ellender (D-La.), who also
Backed the mm, indicated earlier
he expected Benson' to recom recommend
mend recommend a veto. But hn aM "T hnn
and pray" Eisenhower doesn't
neea Benson s recomendation.
"If he rirw if will Imnltr, An
" 1. 1 (J i utl (J-
en the denrciiiinn.' ha uli "Hf
guess is he might sign the bill."
me senate committee also a
proveo a separate resolution to
freeie dairy supports and two
otner mils.
One would boost 1958 corn acre
aee allotments from jhnnt vt mii.
" M V W. 11,..-
lion acres, to 54 million. The other
woum ease sou nanx regulations
lor iarmers m counties added
this Vear tA the "inmm. .,
corn area where acreage controls
2 Marine Aircraft
Crash Off Okinawa;
4 Bodies Recovered
NAHA, Okinawa. March 8 ruth
Okinawa police reoorted tnrlev
Al a - "feT
me aiscovery of four bodies of
me a persons feared killer) in
me in-night collision last night
"i u.a. marine "nymg cof coffin"
fin" coffin" transport and a Marine fight
er bomber off Okinawa.
rouce saia me oodles were
washed ashore about eight miles
irom the crash scene. It was not
immediately known whether the
four Included three bodies origin-
any announced aiicovered by U.S.
military authorities.
The Marine R4Q transport a
Marine Version of the Air Forc
es' twin-tailed, twin-engined C
119 Flying Boxcar carried 19
passengers and six crew members
when it collided with an ADS Sky
raider minutes before it was to
land at U.S. Navy base here.
The C-119 has been dubbed the
"Flying Coffin" because of its pe
culiar shape and high accident
rate.
The AD5 is s propeller driven
plane thar carries only the pilot
The Navy said that both planes
were en route to Okinawa from
the Philippines where the troops
participsted m tne Operation
Strongback Marine-Navy vaneu
vers.
Cause of the accident still is
unknown.
SAr-ElY l"IKl aimiuus"!
unmarried at the moment, ever- )
laughing Amanda Blake, who is r
the non-laughing Kitty ot-TV'sy
"Gunsmoke," wears a wedding
'rine. Twice-married Amanda i
I says its makes her "feel a little
safer because I live alone."
She's even been thinking of
; marketing "Kitty Wedding
Rings for Girls 4 Who Are
Friahtened."

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GIRL SCOUT DELEGATES from seven different conntriea get
SrTf at lBnSf,nt7-H?tomuTPOm'l,It to rlght
ne if1? n? ? Chile, tod vice chairman, Mrr. Berta
New York, 1st vice chairman Mrs. Jab Pratt of Illinois. Mrs.
Kf DMiiwdr of New York Dr. Julieta R. Burda-of

Two BHS Seniors Commended
By Scholarship Corporation

Two seniors at Balboa High
School have been commended by
the National Merit Scholarship Cor Corporation
poration Corporation for their outstanding per
formances on a nationwide college
aptitude test, according to prin principal
cipal principal Theo. F. Hotz.
The seniors honored are Caro Caroline
line Caroline Zirkman and David Tate.
The Balboa High School stud students
ents students were Canal Zone runners up
in the 1957-58 Merit Scholarship
competition. Each will be sent a
letter of recommendation by the
corporation for use in aplying to
colleges.
John M. Stalnaker, president of
NMSC, believes that the 7500 stud students
ents students who received the commenda commendation
tion commendation rank in the ton one or two
per cent in ability in the senior
classes of their respective siaies.
"While the students receiving
this commendation did not quite
reach the finals of the 1957-1 Me Merit
rit Merit Scholarship competition, each
of them has demonstrated highly
superior ability and outstanding
promise to benefit from college
r . ..a 1 Pl.t. .1rK
training, aeciareo mr. ainr..
"I hope that every one of them

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I?uStti the oath of enlst-

.NT". TX thl ti s Naval
II where hewlll undergo U
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compvj
tive duty
tt b Haw
from Bal
High School Jan.

Teenage Boys Peddle Marijuana Fags
At Center Opposite Polite Station

NEW YORK (UP) Police today
snuaht a 15-year-oid Doy ana neiu
his 16-year-old pal on charges ot
peddling marijuana cigarmwe
children in a school recreation
center across tne street irom a
po ice station.
Two unidentified teen agers
tipped of police that two youths
were selling narcotics isuen
nicrarottM to cirls and boys in the"
recreation center at Public School
132 in Upper Manhatan.
Police arranged for the youths
to buy a cigarette With a marked
dollar billi then seised Louis Min-
guela, 16, ana a younger com companion.
panion. companion. Minguela, a Puerto Rlcan, was
ordered held in $5,000 bail on a
charee o: seline narcotics. His
companion, released on parole alt alter
er alter the arrests Wednesday night,
failed to show up in court and a
warant was issued for him. His
mother, it was disclosed, had re requested
quested requested a warrant for his arrest
the day before on a charge of in incorrigibility.
corrigibility. incorrigibility. The recreation center is open
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
in the school building almost di
rectly acros the street from the
Wadsworth Avenue police station.
Charles H. Silver, president of
the Board- of Education, mean
while submitted a statement to the
special Senate subcommittee in investigating
vestigating investigating juvenile de'inquency in
which he urged a long range
program to combat youthful )aw )aw-lessnes.
lessnes. )aw-lessnes. Silverp roposed smaller classes,

iW. H maW "atMiiilsM

will mike a special effort to ob
tain the best college education pos-1
slble. Our country needs more sbie
people like these." i
The annual National Merit Scho
larship competition offers the larg-
est system of privately nnancea
scholarships in the United States.
The program is open to all high
school seniors in the United States
and its posessions.
This year, over 280,000 outstand outstanding
ing outstanding seniors from over 14,00 high
schools entered the competition
which began with a nationwide
serening examination in October,
1957. About 7,200 students, who
have already ben named, are
now in the finals of the current
competition. Over 1,000 iour-year
Mrit Schniershins worth an es
timated $5 milion to the winners
and their colleges wil be award awarded
ed awarded about May 1, 1958,
NMCS was established m 1955
through grants of $20.5 million from
the Ford Foundation and Carnegie
rwnnrarlnn of New York. Over 80
busines and Industrial firms of "er
four year uouege cimhmbuf
through its facilities.
ieorge Wales,
recent cere cere-District,
District, cere-District, Fort
yean, Slegel
Training Center, Great Lakes,
weeks Of recruit training Upon
Mearel will be assiitne.l to ac-
"A? t ieire He oraduated
for two vestrs.
cj
24. tuniciai u.a,,nTj ru..
expansion of educational and vo-
canonai guiaance. more aim iugn
er paid teachers, and more re
medial work among delinquents.
A grand jury that has been in
vestigating crime in tne city s
schools met asain and was re
oorted to have asked Mayor Rob
ert Waener to appear before it
next Tuesday or Thursday. Wag
ner has criticized the jury as civ
ing an "unfair" picture of schol
problems.
Defense attorneys for seven
teen age gang members charged
with, murdering 15-year-old Mirn Mirn-ksl
ksl Mirn-ksl Farmer prepared to ask for
dismissal of the charges when the
trial resumes Tuesday. The pro
secution rested after presenting 24
witnesses and the alleged confes
sions of all seven defendants. It
Ws reported at least one defend defendant
ant defendant would take the stand.
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ARIZONA
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DOWN

together at the annual- -meeting of the Western Hemisphere
are chairman Henrietta 0r of fAnada "avellini
Healy of Panama, honorary secretary Mrs.Iyman Mahoof
TJalling WJjerarfus of Curacao, executive T secreta? Mfs.
Panama honorary treasujerMrTiiobert E rUA Jt-

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MISS HELEN NITA shown at' her installation as Worthy Ad Ad-,7
,7 Ad-,7 .visa- of PJdro, Miguel Raihbow Assembly No. S.

Trapeze Silhouette Featured
In Short Robes For Home Wear"

By OAY PAULEY
NEW YORK tUP)- Around
Manhattan:
The trapeze sulhouette, sprung
on the fashion world a month ago
by the Pans House of Dior, al
ready is showing in at home
wear,
Robert Rosenfeld, one of the
style leaders in the lounge wear
field, is featuring the trapeze's
free-swinging silhouette in short.
silk prmt robeB with zipper front.
The robes are cut narrow through
the shoulders, fitted through tne
bust like the ohf-time empire sU
houette, and hang free the rest of
the way.
Unlike Dior, 'who uses petti
coats under the suits and dresses
to make them stand way from
the body, we depend on the fab
ric to do the job, said the de designer
signer designer manufactuer, '.The silks
have plenty of body, are stiff c-
nough for the trapeze effect,"
To look at some of the new,
flowing at home clothes you'd
think the tight-fitting, or toreador,
pants w:re on the way out.
"Not at all," saiJ Rosenfeld.
"They're going strong, even strong
er than in some otner seasons.
W make them more feminine
with detachatable overskirts of
organza. Typical of these cos costumes
tumes costumes is one in which the trou-
FORCED TO RESIGN
MOSCOW, March 8. (UP)-The
government newspaper Izvestia
charged today that Secretary o"
State John Foster Dulles forced
U.S. Disarmament Adviser Harold
E. Stassen to resign because of
his "serious" ?efe"h for a
disarmament compromise with
the Soviet Union.
The newspaper, in a front-page
editorial, said St3s?en especially
was an advocate of the cessation
of nuclear weapons tests.
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UNDERSEA
KINGDOM
- Also:
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ADVENTURE
with Joan Evans

LOTTERY NIGHT!
Open at 3:00 p.m.
THE LIVING IDOL
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THE WN&'i
with Ed. 1

sers are of T floral creen anrl r4

print. The volumninous overskirt
is moss green.
A far cry from Rosenfeld's so sophisticated
phisticated sophisticated lounge clothes is the
newest fad for the teen age or
college set. It's a moder jacob's
coat, a crazy-a.uilt mixture of
prints, stripes polka dots, florals
and geometric designs all of broad broad-cloth.
cloth. broad-cloth. The man tailored, bytton-down
collared coat is designed to serve
as nightie, beach coat or to tuck
into dungarees or shorts. Under it
go boxe. shorts of an equally crazy
collection of -patterns. Comolet-
ing the outfit is a kerchief in bold
stripes. In one of the costumes
- 11 ,cntd 28 patterns.
us u an wrung, us ngm,
said President Fred Kaufman of
Slumber Sue, Inc.
.Polka dots in, all sizes are fea featured
tured featured in summer daytime and
cocktail clothes. Designer Hannah
Troy even adds polka dot sequins
to a short cocktail frock, with two
flared tiers of white organza for
the skirt. The top is of small small-checked
checked small-checked black and white gingham,
with the black-sequined polka
dots added for ornamentation.
Ft. Kobbe Service
Club Plans 1-Day
Snfi Bias Trip
The Fort Kobbe service club
has planned a one-day excursion
to the San Was Islands on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, March 16.
Enlisted men assigned to Fort
Kobbe should contact Mrs. Doris
Caldwell, club director at M-4128
for reservations.
Cost for the trip, including round
trip bus fare, lunch and'transporta and'transporta-tion
tion and'transporta-tion among the islands will be $15.
, Buses will leave the service club
at 6:45 a.m. for Tocumen Airport
The plans to the islands will de depart
part depart at t a.m.
VICTORIA
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School
Worship
8:30 a.m.
10:43 a.m
4:30 p.m
Training Union
tvangelistio Service
rayeV MeaUng. Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p m
W HA BIM SWOJ thurt thurt-days
days thurt-days
Wen's Brotherhood (Loot
Monday to month) 6J
leejaanie enue'at Jth Street
fastor
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Salvation Army
OKen-ilei.ominathjnal EvangeliatK
Meetings)
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Captain lira, tt. Grant
ttlabrvor, Strtat, Phont: 24-20044
11:00 iioline Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
LA HOC. C.Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
ulldinn No 1080 Phone: 2-285!
U:0.1 iloiinesji Meeting.
1:00 f-undaj' School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
PAJUUHO, C.Z.
Envoy tt Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiam Sueet
4:00 s'i i.day School.
11:00 Miiiinesb Meeting.
1:00 Sui'day School.
7:30 idi vati on Meeting,
Colon central
enter t apt. and Mrs C. Moonaawmy.
I4tb Seet Phone: 38-743.
COLOn lHlKb STREET
7:30 Saivation Meeting.
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2.1486 Church Office 2-3236
i:so a.m. cmirch School Free bus
ervice. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service Th
expanded session for Nursery, Kind
Marten and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery lw children under 3 yrs
:u p.m. junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7. JO Mn. Evening Service.
CATUN
Th Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Telephone. 5-355
, Church School, with Adult Blbi
Class. 9.45.
Service of Worship., 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 3:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. ThMdora E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842 Res 3-1498
Sunday Sarvlren:
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service
, Classes: Nursery through adult
ll:0O a.m. Mornlne worsnip
tir en
dren.
fr infant' snd smart enn
5 :00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 n.m Youth Fellowshln.
A comolet'e schedule of auxiliary (
tivlties and official meetings as
tiounced from week to week.
CMRO
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, Paslor
Of : 6-470 Fes
OJO am Sunday School
10:49 a.m Morning Worshin.
Official meetines end week-day -eO-etti
as annnutit?d

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Aocen Blvd.
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el Panama and CIm. RepuM of Panama. stand a welcome at all
timet t men ana! wan en el the armed Mrvkcs. and to aJviUaa mm)-
bars, friends and strangers.
As a public atrvic. Tha Panama American lists below, by denemi denemi-aitens.
aitens. denemi-aitens. notices of hcurj worship ana) other regular activities.
Lit ttfifS atftt rotftod tfoift tiittf p ffJrVMc OipiomindrtiaMii kivinf only
oe er twe aWjalne ate lisMd" under "Other Church.. Services
A special littrnc Included ter services at Army posts. Alt force bases
and Naval ttatie'nt.

Minnrter. cAureRjecretaries and
fee the earning Saturday church pace).
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Catholic
Sunday Mama: 7.00. 1:00. iokw no
INI am
loiv Day III I St. UKijb
iTnu: Saturday.
lo SflO
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and T:W to :oo P rn inuiwaj,
rirat Mdeyj 7:00 tq 8:60 p.m.
atiraculou ataoai novena: r:vs pjb
on Monday
Catechise elaaa aftat tha 1:00 mm
on Sunday
High School Study Club I JO pjtt. an
Wednesday
U(X0 REACT Aneaa
'aid
rnhaliiM. Saturday 14 to 6:00 AM
:lt tolioo p.m. Thuraday before first
ivid.v 7:00 a.m.
sacrea nean unnra.
IWW .......
Csteeruran vuaar aua m m.m p at
Thursday.
OUR LAD 6t rATlMA Curund
Sunday -Mm at 8:60 a m.
Eoly Day Mm i at 8:8 p.m.
Confessions: 4:00 to I '44 p.m. on Sat
urrlav
catacmam uiw aaturaay ov to aw
ajn.
ST.
Sunday Maaaaa at 7:00 and tot
'Holy Day Mat at 6:00 pm
WMirla v l&aaaai . .OA a jsl
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
30 In 7 -an
Catechism ciaaat stunney iuu te mmi
Miraculous Medal Kovenai 7:00 p.
en Friday
Convert
instructional Thuraday 7:09
pm.
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 tnd 8:30 a.m.
Rnlvbav Masses: 8:30 and 5 AO nm
(It It falls an Saturday the Mass are
09 ano a JO a.m. i
Confessions; Saturday 1:00 to 4:00 and
oa la 8:00 nm Thuraday before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m
Catechism Class: Alter b:ju mas on
ounusj 1
Thursday
Convert Close.
6 JO p.m Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Cocoll
Snnrlav Mas' 8.-80 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 6:00 am (It tt tails
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: aav w e:w p.m. on
niy J. ..J
COiueaslons: :uu to a.w a.m. oununj.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DP LA SALLE
Parque Lefevre
Atinda! Masses: 6:30 and 8 JO a.m
vv.ir iiav M3S B:30 Man.. Thurs
rri inis First Frldav ma'. 6:00 am.
Holv Day Masses: 6:00 am to 6:00
p.m.
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 70 to
:M pm. on Saturday
Miraculous meaai novenni iraw ..
n mi
catecnism tiass: a ov p.m. nwr
ti. rHKREsrs L
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m
Sunday Mass:
7:00 a.m.
Hniv flav Mass: 5:30 P.m
Day
rnnfKinns: Saturdav 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday eao p.m
Catechism Class: 3:15 pm on Sundy
Sacred
Heart Novena: i:uv pm.
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Convert Class: o:ju p n. wu
ATLANTIC SfDP
ST JOSEPH'S 0ol4n
Sunday Masse
5:43, 8:00 and:I8ahi
Holy Di
uv Masses: 8:45 end 8:00 a.m
and' 5:45 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to S:00 no
7:0t to 8:00 p.m. j
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sarred Heart Novena; rrioay i:i p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Cfass: lilt pm on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Clay: Btwuay wji m
1 1 .lit u m 3 -on n.m tn a -on n m
fltrt Friday-Exposition ot Most Bl Bl-ed
ed Bl-ed Sacrament all day Reposition tt 5:30
i.m. Saturday morning.
First saturaay oevouona 10 our un
of Fauma-Tne mow Hueary aura a m
First Communion instructions inr enn
dren Monday and Thursdays :oo tol
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crlstobsl
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holv Dv Masses: 6:00. :00 .m. arid
5:15 p.m
Confessions; Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 6 JO pm. After Rosary each eve-
n Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:11 end
7:00 p.m. or. Monday..
Catechism etas: After a:oo nasi on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mas at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday masse: van, :3U, ii:3u an.
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass: 8:00 a.m.
Sa.urday 7:00 pjn. to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:13 p.m
Confession 3:45 p m. to 4:45 p.m
every Monday
Prish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 P4n
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m
every Friday
1st. Friday Devotions ... 7:00 p.m
1st. Saturday Devotion .. 7:00 p.m
ST VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Mantes : 6:30 am and 8.-00
am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m and 6:01
pm
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 and 7J0 to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7:06
p.m.
Miraculous' Medal Novena: 7 JO pre
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena
Friday
7:00 p.m. on
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatdn
Stindav Mas' 3:15 n.m
now usy Mass; i MO o.m.
contention: 6 JO to 7
IJO pm. on Sat-
urday.
Cftnehlstn C1- 4 0 o.m nn Mnnrtav
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gam be
unday
dly DTt
70 and 3:30 a.m.
Menses: 6:00 e.m. and S:0f
pm
ConfMlon Saturday at 1:00 p.m. and
after all evenln dnwi..
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Meuai n..vttai 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novn: 7:00 p.m en
Friday
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Religious Itintruetlon Class for Chll
drtK4:00 p.m on Thursday
RaMAalll lot I nat r lift 1 An trr Hialtai 1 1 'n a
jTFtw aaawtjirciiuii iwt flautist tLtni 1
ouctea in Spanish)! 7:00 p.m on Mnt
day
Convert Instructions by appointment.

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t th latest t any changes
chaplains are asked te interm the
Episcopal
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Malneft i. Peterson.
R.TJL Dean
JtCttR. IJt
THE CATHEDRAL OP IT. LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 am. Holy Communion.
9:15 am Church School I Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday)
0:30 am. santa communion, am oun
Eacuela Dominical 1:15 am
1140 am Morning prayer ana oar
man. Holy Communion let Sunday.
7:0 pm evening aervict.
WEDNESDAYS
4 JO am. Holy Ccariraunlon,
7:00 pre KV sauny rrayer.
HOLY DAPS
iM am Holy. Communion.
4 30 am Holy Communion.
4:14 am. Morning Prayer
17.00 Mii-day Missionary Prayer.
COCOU
Church at St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 1 JO am
Pamliy Prayer and
Church School OJO am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
klornina Prayer Sermon UM am
WEDNESDAYS
Holy communion :w am
Chapel at Th Good Bfcw
Th Rev Clarence W. Hayee,
Prleat sa Charge
FRIDAYS
0:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
OAMBOA
St. Simon's Chaucs
The Rev. John Spear. Prleat In
SUNDAYS
Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser
Church School
7.-00 am.
3:00 p.m
Hp.m
7:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong end Sermon
Evensong and sermon
MONDAYS. TTJWDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer
and Holy
communion
1:00 a.m
7:00 pm
Evening Ftayar ..
Woman1 Auxiliary.
and and
Wtr.rJNESDAYi at THURSDAYS
u.i.. r..n.if.lMt MS in
nvi; twt .........
Morning 'Prayer .......... t:00 a.m
Evening Prayer
7:00 Xn
8 :30 a m
9J p
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist
on ex ipeapiine
LA BOCA
Peter' Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charg
Morning rrayer ana vmirai
School !5 Jv
Confirmation Cla 3:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Bar'
ItVOsl e ,1 .. 1 e
. 10:30 a
13:00 noon
. 7:30 p m
Holy Baptism
Fvensnne and Address
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary iaP
THURSDAYS Ot FEAST DAYS'
Holy Communion 3:00 a.m
PALO SECO
Chapel of tha Holy Comforter
Ven L. B. Shirley, Priest la Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Chnrch of St. Margaret
Espave and Braao Blvd.
1 The Rev. Jen K. Renew, Reel
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.At. Holy Communion.
9:41 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ano HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
Th Rev. Allan R. Wenit.
Priest in tlurg
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAVfe
4:00 s.in. Chort Kucharlst
Bortfior
9:30 .m. iniani rm.
l.W n u Chutch ScHool
(li.o U fuildtmV 131
5 Maim Youth Fellowship
i 00 m. EvaMpna and. Mdroa.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 .30 0 10 Woman s Auxiliary
U? Guild Martina
Al.
PANAMA CITY
St Pantl
Chmeh
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
Thi Rev PtU R Atwell. Deeeon
SUNLA".
6:00 .m. Holy 1; Oram union
ami n.m Sune Eucharist 4k Sermon
10:45 di Mnrnin Prayer and Churcr
1 (Irt . UAI- UanliM,
Baptia
7-00 r..to Solemn
Vesper
1TJESDAVS
8:30 a m Holy, tommunlpn
7:30 om. Eyening
Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
0:011 m Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
l'hURS;;AYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH SY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
(Opposite0 Hotel Wshlngtoni
The Rev. June Peter f armer, Barter
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a m Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10 30 a.m. Church School
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong
and
MONDAY, TUESDAY 4r THURSDAY
6:00 a m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m, Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Pnyer
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucliarlat.
5:00 p.m. Evenint Prayer.
SATURDAY
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
s:ut) p.m. evening rrayer
7:30 p.m. Complin and Meditation.

RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's Church
10th Street. Parque Ufevre
The Rev Clareawe W. Hays.

meat te -ajjaaaga
The Rev. niasami A C
SUNDAYS
DO am only Communion
7 JO a m Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon.
ib'ju am saomrna frayer ana uwrcn
acnooi.
UM nooa Hety Baptism
OJO Bjn tnng and
MONUAT9
7:30 nm 1st and 3rd, woman's Aun
Han.
TUESDAYS
6:30 pm Junior Daughter Of til
7J0tom. Youth Fellowahm.
WEDNESDAYS
t:O0 a m Holy
70 pm Evening Prayer and Retigioua
ISUHZWnBfBL
THURSDAYS
S:00 pm GIHC Friendly Society,
at) t sat and 3rd. Singletons.
SAturuAYS
I JO em Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENR
dot Frangipani St. Ancon, CX
Rev. Elmer O Neleen. Pester
Box 27 Balboa. CX Tol 21603
Sunday School 9:45 .m.
Worship Service .' ... 10:45 am
Youth Service 4:0 pm.
Evarrgellstlc Service 7 JO pm
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 30 p.m
CHURCH OF THE HAZARENR
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Phnna: 1-1688
Sunday School 45 a m.
Morning Warship 11:00 am.
Evening Service 7 JO p.m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ.. 23rd Street Cast
ale R N Brawn. Minister
irsurina Warabln :S0 a.m
sennoi aw D.m.
....I. ma uai
Rio Ahain. R.P
Sunday School I:0 pjn
HUllVint WITNESSES
Meetlhm Thursday at TOO pm. and
Sundays St 4:00 pm Win Memorial
HM samoa 0U'Hn
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SftlH
(Mormon)
Chape on stgW
d Meeting: Sdnday 8:30 a.m
eeung
ol: Sui
ScBool; Sunday low a.m
Meeting; Sunday 6:00 pm.
BoeletyATtiestUiy '0 a-rn-
Wednesday 7 30 p.m.
: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4237.
Atlantic Brnch
luildlng 300, Schoolhous Road. Qatun
Sunday School;. Sunday tvao am.
crament Mtlng: Sunday 11:00 a.m
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WRUH Hesrted Church"
LeMle. Minister
116 Ot. S3-I10S
8:30 .m.
. 11 JO ant.
. 6J0 p.m.
Youth Fellowfhlp
evening worsnir
in imi n.m.
Prayer afhJ Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A ehurah nursey in provided.
OUt CATHOUC CUUKCI
Tedvosdylnd Awnta'S
4:30 a.m.
Sacrament at unction mtwni ow
vice) First Sunday of each month a
7 JO pa.
Chtatdaa Chareh
Panam B P
Rt lev gf, um
Mnrnlne devotion 1 4:00 am
afMMn 11:00 am
rwHW K
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
(aeslalrt American Bstaarl
Study Class Thursdsys, 7 JO p.m
imirffiair??
Re. Waldaba N Stevvart, Pastor
tunday; UrjOO am Worship Service.
:00 p.to. Sunday School.
.7:15 fi.m. Gotcel Service.
Monday: 7 aw xoung rmpin ??'
Wednesday: 7 Jo Mid-week Chriuan
rtlnwh!n.
TBUfSdsy: a:00 WWm. nnearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Mlslonry So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OP OOD
New Providence
Mrs. Maude Hint. Fatter
Sunday School 10:00 am
. ... 11, .Ul..
wiuuiuia nuiauir .....
Night Service
ii:uu a.m.
Tat pm
FIRST CHURCH OF OOD
Cor. Jamaica and JTdnldad Sta.
Rainbow Ctty, nl Son
Rev. Wis. Livingston, Pester
THE CHURCH OF 800
7938 Eighth Street Colon
. Rev. G. W. Grandison. Pastor
Sunday School :W a.tn
Mnrnlne Worshin 10 JO a.
Night Service 7:30 pm.
Morning Worshin ........... 9:00 .m
Sunday School 10:30 a.
Night service
THE CHURCH OF 600 Si A bale
Monte 001X0. Rd. 16th St.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunriav Arhftil 9:30 .m
Motfrtng Worship 14:30 .m
Night Servic 7I3U pm
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gam bo
Churchw at Paralso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs Herman G. Whytei Colon. R.P
(Rev Fernando Lorence), Rio Aba
i Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hayneni. ano
estiva I Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves
Sunday and weekday" services at all
churches.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Halghta. C.Z.
(near Oiaolo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Bo 39. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phone: Home. Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Service 11:00 a jn
Youth Service ., 7:00 p.m
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 o.m
Wednesday: Bible Btudv
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m
Lutheran
REKDKMEB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al fflaal Street
Rev Robert P Gusslck. Pastor
P O Bin 600, Balboa
Sunday School. Bible star :00 a a.
Divine Service 10:15 a n,
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantic Side
former chapel of Our Saviour' Epis
copal chapel 3rd st ana auiandea Ave
el
New Cristobal
it'
. Mr. Entene H. Denner, Vlrsr
Sunday Bebool. BittU Claw 1.00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday ot th
niuntn.

a

Relief

MIA:

Primary

Milton K.

Phone Roe. 83

Sunday School
(A das tor every age)

Mornlne Worship

Jewish

Jwm welfare Board Bid. 792-A La
doca Heart Balboa. CI Rabbi Nathan
WttkJa Director.
iervtc Friday. tJ pm Saturaay
J am
(See e'se listings ot Jewish service
under Pou
Bast ano suuoimi.
congraaanon Ral Shearlth Israel Ave
old Git and 30th Street Bella Vteu
Psnam city Serriee t ta tun.
Christian Scientist
cusuarTLVR aciRNca, hv sttTt
ftrat Church ol Christ. Scientist Ancor
510 Ancon Boulevard.
ll:00. Wctoadav t:0t am
School OJO am
In Church el Christ, sciential, Cristaoa
13th Streei sMJeai Hiahwav
Sunday School am
Sunday 11:00 m. Wedneaday 8 JO m
Posts and Bases
PACIPIC SIDE
Proteatant y
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School l:oc
Mornlne Worshin -r 10.00
CbUrch-um Nursery School... 10:00
PORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
136) 0
Morning Worship 10 JO
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KORRE
Sunday School 1:01
Morning .Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worshin Service. Rio Hato .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's FeUowship-Thur. .. 70
Officer's Christian Union Thur. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
ouiiunjr wvuwi ......... .....
9:30
9:30
Adult Bible Clan HUU C1UD .
Morning Worship
, 830 4k 10 :
xoutn re
Fellowship
SJ0
(JR. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship ., U0
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEAPquARTERS CHAPEL
morning worsnip
(Holy Communion First Sunday
ot Month).
' Naval Radio Station. Summit...
. . .1 Xi-
6:00
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass ...
Sunday Masses
Confession. Saturday
Sunday
6:30
7:00 A
.6:30
8:00 it
8:30
7130
8:2,
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mat
Sunday Masses
6:45
.7:4! A
6:30 A
comessions aaturasy
FORT KOBBI
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses ....
6:15
9:00
3:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions
7 JO
7:30
Confessions Saturday . 6:00
COROZAL
Sunday Man
10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Maa
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masse 7:45 A 12.00
Spanish
Novena Service-Tuesday
Confaaalnns-Saturday
lansh ':wi
. 7:0
. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION,
Sunday Ma :ao
, tmm
FORT KOBBB
Saturday
USO-JWB. Balboa
8:00
Friday 7:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASS
Saturday 4:ih)
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday :a
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg.
253
9:00
Morning worship
Prayer Fellowship Bldg.
10:30
6M
Tuesday
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel
Choir JPraetlca Wtfotaday
Post Chapel .r
7:30
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School f:so
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday ...... 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Sunday school ;
Morning, Worship ,u 11:00
Holy Communion Firrt Sunday
t Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily
7:00
Sunday
9 .0V
Confessions
Sunday ..
Saturday
.... 6:00
.... 1:45
FORT qULJCK
uany mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masse
Confessions. Saturday
7j
7:00
7:45 A 10:15
. 6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Matt
Saturday Mass
Sunday Ma
4:00
8:30
0:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
luesosy
7:13
Greek Orthodo
Creek Orthodox servic hi conduct'
cd at the Church of th Anunciation.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P., and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P.. on alternate Sun
days at 9:30. For further Information,!
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
82-3118.
Seventh Day
Adventist
wteMy services in all church
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbsth School 8:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's MetUna 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bibia Study
7:30 p.m.
and Prayer Service
Paciile Sid Panama
Pastor W. H. Waller-Tel. 28-3-3506
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F de la Oss
No. 17 Chorrino 25th No, 2 Put Put-bio
bio Put-bio Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Abajo 11th No. 31 Gamboa
and Frijoles.
Pastor G. D. Williams Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Sid Panama
Pastor Norberto Qulroi
Panama, Calle Dari4n No. 3
Pedreii.il tt Nuevo Guarare.
Atlantic Side
A. Jeffries Tel.
Paster
G.
38 828L
Colon

Cristobal English-16th Bolivar Ave.

Cristobal Spanish 16th A Bolivar Ave

Central Office:
0S44 Gavilan Road-Tel. 3-1859 2

3531

It isn't every day that a speak speaker
er speaker makes a "alido for Hie" to get
to his ilass.
Students at the Jungle Warfare

Taining Center, Ft. Sherman gap
ed in astonishment as they watch watched
ed watched Mai, Geo. Edward H. McDa-
mei slide 400 ieet along a one one-inch
inch one-inch rope across the Chagres Riv River
er River to reach the group when he
inspected the JWTC Tuesday after
noon (March 4).
The general, deputy inspector
general of the Department of the
Army, was testing the "slide for
life" which is a noted feature of
the training program at the JWTC.
The rope extends from a three top
40 feet above the Chagres on one
bank to a height of about six feet
abovr the other bank. The gener general
al general rode a sling which hung from
a trulley on the rope.
When Ittcuamei arrive! in ironi
of the class he slipped out of the
sling and launched into a talk to
the men on the importance of the
training that they are receiving
He said that the need for jungle
traminB had been demonstrated
when the fighting in the Pacific
beaan during World war u. Me
argued the students to take their
jungle know-how with them, use
it in rhpir units here and hem ins
truct in jungle warfare for the u-
nits which they loin later on in
the U.S.
The students were from the NCO
Academy of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantrv.
Tvnical of the general's inspec
tion was the arrangement to brief
him aboard an LCM traveling on
the Chagres River to the JWTC
obstacle-crossing class area. The
ST. PAUL'S
Panama City
The regular schedule ot servic
es will.be maintained at St
Paul's Church tomorrow, begin
fiing with Holy Communion at
o'clock in tne morning.
Sune Eucharist and sermon fol
Iowa at 9 O'clock and Morning
Prayer and the Church s c n o o i
tki Dlace at 10:45. Solemn Ves-
' ., j.
pers and sermon ciose me y a
devotions at 7 p.m.
Confirmation classes continue on
Wednesday evenings and Saturday
mornings for adults ana cnnuren.
ISTHMIAN BAPTIST
Crtttobil
f Young People's Day will be ob
served at the First Isthmian Bap
.i.i. rvinrxh tomorrow.
tiav
Th. rvrnacher at the morning
worship will be Deacon L. G.
.... Thn Rnv. Theodore Frank-
Un of'the Margarita Union
Church will be the guest speaker
at the evening worship.
Starting on Monday through
March 21, vacation ftible school
ni hp observed. The school has
classes for all ages.
Youths Arrested
In Class Shooting
Of High School Boy
NEW YORK (UPT-EigW
.....j -.r 9 h th school stu-
dent was shot in class face hear-in-:
npvt Monday on charges in
cluding assault and ilegal posses
-: t fi,dimi
aion ui mo. ...
mi. .:.l m.r. nrrlpred nelci in
bail VtaTing $7C5o in Brooklyn
nave V" .u .w
O'Dell, the ciassmaie
v:p I.. nM in $20.00 bail on
charges of felonious assault and
unlawful possession of a revolver
Vincent Leone, ib. e DC";"
others who police said had owned
the pistol previously, was ue u
15,000 ball for kicking and punch
ing a detective ouring queswuui..,
Bail of 7i500 each was set for the
other six.
c,mi nf Sr-hools Wiliam Jansen
disclosed that 14 invstigators sent
by the s"te nv Deeim ioukmii
into the NeW iorK scnooi sysieeri s
handling of its juvenile, Delin Delinquency
quency Delinquency crisis.
Jansen wo a news
that fwn seven man teams from
the State Deportment of Education
began their investigaion aner a
conference ot sate ana cny cuu cuu-cators
cators cuu-cators Tuesday.
nffirials of two newly opened
temnorary school for puoi's sus suspended
pended suspended earlier this year from re
gular clases Because oi vioiencr
or othef misbehaviour cracHed
down on the wearing of leather
iackets, motorcycle boots, blue
jeans and similar "tough guy"
rrarh
There Is no prescribed dress
for the pupils who are among 950
suspended so far this Jear frorn
regular schools, but official: said
neon ventional costume wouja not
be tolerated.
TO DELIVER MISSILES
LONDON. March 8 (UP) The

Bristol and Ferranti ComofatiOns

will deliver the Bristol Blood

hound, Rrltaln's 'irst prounfl-to-alr
missile to the Royal Air Force

within a few weks. the NOciety

of British Aircraft Constructors

anounced todav.

It said the missile, developed by
the two comnanies. was powered

by a ramjet waiahina lea than

the average motorcycle. It

can

cruise at 2,000 miles.

general was oriented by Maj. Mi- River on brush rait mad) from
ehael C. Chester, commanding of- a poncho and a shelter half. Tha
fleer of JWTC on the center's his-' t concluded their visit by tour-
. . alt n n e

tory. mission, organization ana.mg rort &an uirenzo ana the

program of instruction.
The general and his party cros
sed the Rio Indio on a two-strand
rope Bridge alter inspecting the
center s instruction in one, two, and
tnree-strana bridges. They also
saw the knot tying phase of the
cuff climbing and rappeliag phage
of the obstacle crossing class. They
were briefed on obstacle crossings
by First Lieutenant John Grow
Another demonstration which the
general witnessed was a two-man
crew paddling across the Chagres

Borguiba Threatens To Sever
Relations With Nasser Govt.

TUNIS, March I (UP)-Tunisian
President Habib Bourguiba threat threatened
ened threatened today to break off diplomat
ic relations with Egypt because ot
an alleged Cairo engineered plot
to assassinate him and overthrow
his pro Western regime.
Bourguiba, in his weekly radio
address to the nation, blasted
Egyptian leader Gamal -Abdel
Nasser and demanding that he
give "convincina clarification" of
what role Egypt may nave piayea
in the plot.
Tunisian authorities had dis
closed last night that 41 Tu
nisians were arrested in connec
tion with the plot which was said
to have been hatched Dy Bour
uiba's political rivals in Cairo.
Bourguiba charged today that
the chief plotter was a Tunisian
aide of exiled rebel leader Salah
Ben Youssef who had arrived
from Cairo with an Egyptian
passport.
Request Clarification
'In view of the propaganda
campaign launched some time ago
and in view ot a poucy which
aims at humiliating responsible
figures in the Arab states, the
Egyptian government should pro
vOVg?
Christ is able to
meet th greatest
needt of your Hid
...to
. 3
hearts .
to in-sidt
ErLalSal

souls.

9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes afl ages)
jidwatprs are looking for a new principle to replacB
the mriX humanistic centered pnilosophy of
educBtfon. The Bible offers a spiritual centered
Christ believing philosophy which brings peace to
the heart We place a redeeming Christ at the heart
of. our Sunday School.
o:2G-TW0 MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"THE REStiTBECTlON BODY"
Dr. R. T. Humberd

6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 "THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST"
Gospel Chart Bible Conference
BELIEVER'S BAPTISM

March Mi 14, 16, 19 Chart Mlrtlitry.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
' Hear Gospel Truths
Made plain

EVERYBODY WELCOME
WHERE GOD'S

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL, (classes lor all ajjw)
There is no need to go on ignorant about the Bible. Come
to a S.S. where God's Word is taught In every class
every Sunday.
1I:00-"BTH MARKS OF A CHRISTIAN"
THE LORD'S SUPPER
Can a person know that he it Mt lt
tells as the birth marks of a Christian. If y are not sore
don't miss this Bible lrtessatfe!
6K)0 JET CADETS & YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
7 :00-'WILL THE CHRISTIAN BE JUDQED?"
"Win hb be juflaed lost or sated? When wlU he be Judged
-Now, at CnrfatJs coming,. at end at .tM WorJAT W4
will he be judged for? Hear these questions answered ttim
God's Word.
NOTED BIBLE TEACHER MRS. HARL1N ROPER
Tuesday, Thwsday, Friday 7:00 pjn.

I

wSk w
w AWLwLm wmW&ma mkrWWWW WA

JWTC Zo.

With McDaniel were U. Col
Stephen J. Beaudry, of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Office and Lt. Col. Hngtr
P. Osborne, USARCARIB IB, both both-of
of both-of whom took their tarns on tttf
rope bridge and the "Slide For
Life."
Also accompanying the parry
were Col. Robert W. Garrett, com commanding
manding commanding officer of the 1st Battle
Group; Major Olin E. Smith, Group
S-3; and Captain Ralph E. Car Carpenter,
penter, Carpenter, executive officer of JWTC.
vide uae with a convincing clar clarification,'
ification,' clarification,' Bourguiba declared,
It should explain to us why
it isued a passport to a foreign
er. The Egyptian government
should provide evidence of its
good intentions: Otherwise it will
be better not to hive diplomatic
representation or relations Be Between
tween Between us."
Bourguiba Mid the Tunisian '.
Ambassador in Cairo was being
instructed to demand an explana explanation
tion explanation of the incident.
Bourguiba Protest
Bourguiba protested what h
called "the solicitude of Cairo'
for Ben Youssef, his chief political
rival who went into exile after
Tunisia became an independent
nation.
"We are awaiting precise infor information
mation information and details capable of
wiping out the cloud on our re relations
lations relations Bourguiba declared in
bitter attack on Nasser.
"These contradictions and con conspiracies
spiracies conspiracies are incompatible with
friendly and sincerities of coop cooperation,'
eration,' cooperation,' he aaid. "I do not ac
cept plots
hidden under cour-
teaies.
"We offer peace to tnose wne
o'er neace and We offer enmity
' to those who ofend us.'
BAPTIST
CHURCH
(JUST ACKOiS MOM IAUOA ,. STATION,
tAMO trnav- hoxo, tttjpt-,- .'J
W Priaca Christ
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Arnold Johnson Welcomes All Comers To Deal With Kansas City As

tighe Gives Detroit Tigers
Good Chance To Cop AL Flag

Motor Car Now A Symbol
Of Disaster For Dodgers

By OSCAR PRALRY
lU NEW YORK (UP)-Two missed
j torns made the motor or a sym sym-,
, sym-, .bol of disaster today for the Los
. .Angeles Dodgers.
The first was on Jan. 28 when
Roy Campanella reached the end
ot the baseball road as his auto automobile
mobile automobile overturned. The second
came Wednesday when Duke Sni Snider,
der, Snider, Johnny Podres and Don Zim-
mer all were banged up in a
'Florida erash as Snider also
missed a turn in the road.
The outcome of that first crash
is obvious from a baseball stand standpoint
point standpoint but only 'time will tell what
troubles the second will bring.
Campy's Career Over
Because Snider, Podres and
h 'Zimmer all were injured in al already
ready already vulnerable areas. Campa Campanella,
nella, Campanella, still paralyzed in his lower
extremities, at 37 must concede
that bis active baseball career is
ended. Snider, at 31, previously
was menaced by a bad kne
while Podres and Zimmer, com comparative
parative comparative youngsters, walked a
perilous path because of respec respective
tive respective spinal and head injuries.
Snider's knee; on which he re recently
cently recently underwent an operation,
was injured in the Florida acci accident.
dent. accident. Podres suffered a seven-stitch
scalp cut and a wrenched neck,
conceivably dangerous to a bad
back condition which pains him
constantly.

Zimmer, who once almost died

as result of a beantng, suffered
forehead abrasions.
The key man in this new inci

dent from a day by-day playing

vaus is auiucr. me uute is one
of the top power men in the Na National
tional National League, having hit 40 or

more home runs in each of the

last five seasons.
Hopas To Be Rudy
Duke figured that the off-season
operation would give him a new
lease on life. But even before the

accident he admitted that the leg,

immobilized for six weeks, need

ed a muscle buildup.
At best, Snider said, he hoped

it would be "right well" before

the season starts.

There was no early indication

as to just how much damage the

Duke did to the tender knee when

he rammed it against the steering

wheel as the tiny foreign car in

which he, Podres and zimmer

were riding, left the road and

piled into an embankment.

(But there is no question that
the wallop certainly did him no

good. Nor could it have done any anything
thing anything but threaten the dangerous

conditions of the always-paining

Podres and the game but oft bat
tered Zimmer.

Nor can you blame the Dodgers

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By LIO H. PETERSEN
t.AKTT.ANTJ Fl. ftlPU- Mn-

ager Jack Tighe, a fourth-place
finisher last season, todiy gave

his Detroit Tigers "a good

chance" to win the American

League pennant.

After all, the Yankees are not

invincible,' he said. "They won
last year because they beat the

Kansas City Athletics u tunes

They don't figure to do that

again.
General Manager Johnny Me

Hale echoed Tighe's optimism.

I really think we can win it

this year, McHale said. We got

off to a miserable start last sea

son and we had more than our

share of injuries."

That bad start still has Tighe

reeling.

Only Seven Victories

"Few people realize that by

Aug. 1 of last year, with the sea

son just about over as far as we

were concerned, Frank Lary and

Billy Hoeft, the two pitchers we
had counted on most, had- a total
of only seven victories between

them, Tighe explained.

"They went on to win a total

of 20 games,' nut that sure was

a long way off from the total of

41 they won in 1956.
"You cant let the second divi

ston clubs keep beating you like

that if you have any designs on

the pennant," Tighe continued.

The Tigers were one of the
rougher clubs in the league

against the Yanks and Tighe

looks for even more improvement

m his pitching this year due to

the addition of Tom Morgan, ob

tained from the A's along with

Billy Martin; left-hander Hank

Aguirre, acquired from Cleveland,

and rookie Bob Shaw, a recent

sensation in the- Cuban Winter

League.

"Morgan could be our fifth

starting pitcher this year along

with Lary. Hoett, Jim Bunning (a

20-game winner in 1957), and Paul

Foytack.
Kuenn for Centerfold Duty

The bald-headed Tighe has
every confidence that Martin will

do the job for him at shortstop,
thus freeing Harvey Kuenn for

"With Kdenn, Al Kafine and

Charlev Makwel. I think We'll

haye one of the best hitting out
fields in the league, T i g h e de
clared.

Until two weeks ago, Tighe's
most vexing problem was his
catching staff, but he is elated
with the recent addition of Jim
Hegan from Cleveland.
Tighe is counting on Ray Boone
at first, with Gail Harris to spell
him on occasion; Frank Boiling
at second; Martin at short and
young Reno Bertoia at third.
"That looks like a pretty good
ball club to me, he said. "And
if it lives up to its potential, I
dont think it is at all far fetched
to think we could take it all.

Claims He Traded With

Yankees Because They
Offered His Club Most

Mercury Wins 7-4 Over CHS;
Mt. Hope Tmhbill Tomorrow

o

By LIO H. PITIRSIN
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -(UP)
Owner Arnold Johnson

today welcomed all comers who
wish to deal with his Kansas City

Athletics.
Realizing his club has become
generally known ,in baseball folk folklore
lore folklore as "a farm club of the Yan Yankees"
kees" Yankees" because of all the deals he

has made with the American
League's perennial champions, he

bluntly declared:

"I'll deal with-any club. Up to
now tile deals I've made have
been with the Yankees and the
Tigers because they offered me
more in the line of what I want

ed than the other teams.

"But the other club owners
know the players I have on the
market and I've always given
them all an equal chance. It just
happened, until that big deal with
Detroit last winter, the Yankees
always offered me more. That's
why most of my deals have been

with them.
No Oub Excluded

"However, no club is excluded
when it comes to dealing as far
as I'm concerned. Why, I'm even

going to talk to Joe Cronm gen

eral manager of the Boston Red

Sox about a possible deal when

I'm looking for a second base

man. And certainly you don't talk

to the Red Sox when you are.

looking for infield help. That's
the one thing that Boston club

needs."

Without disclosing what players
Ms deal with the Red Sox may

involve, Johnson laid the Red
Sox, along with all the other
clubs in the league, knew that he

had Billy Martin on the trading

block.

"I don't mean that as a rap at

Billy In any way." Johnson said.

"But in our book; Billy is a short

stop and with Joe DeMaestri a
round, we dont need a shortstrop
So we figured Martin was ex
pendable."

Offers came in. While Johnson

would not disclose any of them

he was asked about a report that

the Red Sox, who have had m
field trouble for years, had offer

ed him Norm Zauchin, a first
baseman who can hit the long

ball but hot often enough, and

Leo Kiely, a left-handed pitcher
who was in the minors last year,

for Martin and pitcher Jack Ur
ban.
? Net for a Package
"Well, that's pretty dose to it,"

he reoiied. "But we weren't going

to give up eniy ana jsck ior any

narkase Ike that.

Zauchin is now with the Sena-

tors while Kiely, a zi-game win
ner with San Francisco last year
ctiii it with the Red Sox.

But Martin is with Detroit, the
key man in a 18-player deal last
winter, and the promising Urban,
who won aeven and losi 1 tour for
the A's last season, rs stiH w i t h

"I'm wHlinr-te trade any play
er on my ban club," Johnson de
.a "Riii w. has to be on a

vaiue-for-value basis So far that
,. hit resulted in a lot of

deals with the Yankees and that

one big one with tne Tigers, nm -r
rii listen to all offers. But

if the next one is from the Yan Yankees;
kees; Yankees; and it's the best 1 can do,
well, they can Keep (m calling us
a Yankee farm club."

Standings
2nd. Hast
Atlantic Twillghl League
WL Pet

CHS-Alumni
Mercury Outboard
Powells
C.H.S.

2 0 1.000
2 1 .666
1-jOOO
0 2 .000

Thursday's Rosults
Mercury Outbdard 7, CH.S. 4
Tomorrow's Games (Sunday)
Mercury v Powells
CHS-Alumni vs CH.S.
By Trevor Simons
Mercury Outboard moved up to
within a half game of the Pace Pace-setting
setting Pace-setting Alumni nine Thursday night
when they bested Cristobal High
School by a 7 to 4cou nt behind

the for-hit pitching of Willie Pret-

to, making his 1958 debut in the
Atlantic Twilight League. Willie,
a C.H.S. graduate, marked his
return to the Gold Coast wars with
eight strike-outs and three free
passes to post the win.
Billy Gibson started for the Gig Gig-ers
ers Gig-ers and was charged with hus third

loss of the season to even his '58
record at 3 and 3, Gibson all owed

only three hits In v in 1-3 innings,

but was wild in spots, giving up
nine walks, twice walking three

men in an inning. Mel Fields, Cris

tobal's classy short-step rookie,

took over and was nicked for only

one infield single. Fields, one of

the most promising baseball pros

pects in CHS today, was also mak-

ing nis ursi auiiuc i wiugiu ue

aonearanee on the hill.

Bill Nickersher led the Mercury

hitting with two for three! while

Don Humphrey anq uick vmas
each had two hits in four trips fo

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y HARRY CRAYSON
BHADENTON, Fla. (NEA) Hen

ry Aaron doesn't want to play cen

ter field, but tne Braves meat ana
potato man appers stuck with the

assignment for the next 10 years.

HeM be there even if puled
cords which required an operation

on his knee did not threaten 'Bill
Bruton's career. Bruton did not
pack enough authority at bat to

play the outfield for a champion
ship club. Milwaukee did not win
with him there in four attempts.

WHIN BRUTON DROPPE'D out
in July, Aaron took over in center

field. He became an old pro at an

early age. Then Bob Hazel came
up irom Wichita to bat. 407 as the
.1 . ,j I -1 .1 J3

ngnuie mer ana auptuy we uu
ference.

It will be years before the
Braves find another swatter like

Aaron, if ever. And they'll look a

long while before locating a man

who can play center as well,' let

alone lead the league In home runs

and runs-batted-ln.

"Il l play tt if they ask me to,
but I don't like center field,' in
sisted Aaron, taking time out from
throws at Brsdenton's Braves
Field.
"He'll play anywhere, aust to
long as he can hit, c'ommented
Mathews. -a,

'I'm more comfortable in risht

field. That's where I want to play,
said the quiet," soft spoken ia ia-fon,
fon, ia-fon, now articulate enough to be

a puoiic relations man for a Mil

waukee brewery during' the
season.

Of'

Basketball
Results

last
Manhattan 88 Wagner 71
St. John's (N.Y.) 71 NYU 58
Rider Col. 52 Albany (N.Y.) 42
National Ag. 87 Jersey City 74
Indiana (Pa.) 93 Geneva 89
South
ACC Tournament
At Raleigh, N. C.
(1st Round)
North Carolina 62 Clemson 51
North Car. St. 66 South Car. 61
Duke 51 Wake Forest 44
Maryland 70 Virginia 66

Southern Conference Tournament

At Richmond, Va.
(1st Round)
Richmond 63 Citadel 59
West Virginia 91 Davidson 61
George Wash. 73 Furman 59

Wm a Mary 79 Virginia Tech 61

Midwest

NCAA Small Collet Rogi
Playoffs
At Ivansvllie, Ind.
Akron 76 Austin ,Peacy 61;'

evansvuie 70 wabssh 68
Southwest
St. Louis U. 84 Tulsa 66
Austin Col. 64 Wayiahd 54'.
West 4
Montana 51 Colorado St. U. 44
Denver 65 Brigham Young 57
Utah 11 Wyoming 74

MOVING PROM RIGHT to, en

ter field is like switching from

pitching to catching, continued

Aaron, at 24 the most valuable

player in the National League

I asked Hank If he felt that the
more complex duties of a center

fielder and the required wider
range might affect his hitting. The

reply was to the negative.
'Nothing would afect his hit
ting,' smiled Mathews.
"I'm fired of being switched a

round," Aaron went on. "They've
been doing that to me since I
broke in. You're struggling in a

strange position and ate likely to
make mistakes.
Like a number of celebrated

balplayers before him, Aaron
broke in as a shortstop with Eau

Claire of the Northern League in

1952. The next year he led the
South Atlantic League in everything

out noxei accommodations as a se
cond baseman.
WHIN THi BRAVES PUT Aar

on in the outfield in the spring of

19S4, mey were. sorely in need ot

a second baseman and a veteran

scout said he believed Henry

would fill the bill. I recalled this

to tne youngster.

That scout had beter not se

any more ballplayers so wrong,'

said Aaron. "If they kept me on

second base. I'd still be in the

minors. What was wroitg wifome
at second basef" Everything. I

didnt like these guys sliding into

me. I just Wasn't a second base
man.

Aaron played right and left field

for the Braves with spot of second

basing m 1955. Bruton had to be
badly injured to get him tn center

field, where he belongs.

Aaron was reminded that all the

classic ballplayers in the outfield
played center field right down to

Joe DiMagio, Duke Snider, Mi Mickey
ckey Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays. It
was pointed out that Henry had
a superior show window there,
could be considerably more valua valuable
ble valuable to the club.
'They can have center field.'

said Henry Aaron.

"Hell take It,' concluded Eddie

Mathews,' "Just se long, as he can

hit.

All four teams in the Atlantic

Twilight League will be seen in
action again tomorrow afternoon
in a doubleheader scheduled to be

gin at 1 p.m. Powells and Mercury
are scheduled for an appearance

in the, opening contest while the

league-leading Alumni nine win
take on Cristobal High School in

the afterpiece.

No starting pitcners nave oeen
announced, but it is a good bet
that Mercury wUl send Charlie

Hinz to the hill to face Noel Gib

son, the league's top winner with
s 7 and 1 record; Alumni's acc
mirier. Pat Quintan will be Hughes'

selection to keep ms team, on top,

while Palumbo rs expected to send
George Kirkland ut after Cristo

bal's first win of the znd nan.

anal

Doubleheader
Doubleheader

Tomorrow
Tomorrow

MfCIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

League Standings

W L Pet.

.800
.750
.600
.600
.200

.000

Bauman and Blaney with twa

three led the Seymour hitters.

Besides pitching a fine came.

young Wilder also had two hits in
thru itf.nnt. k. n.i:..

Elks f Gibraltar Life 4
The Elks broke a tight game
with Gibraltar Life by scoring
seven runs on six hits in the
sixth inning. Win threw Elks' in

to a three-way tie for the League

lead with Spur Cola and Lincoln

Life.
' Gibraltar got away to a flying

start with twor uns in the first

inning. Blks came back .with sin

gle runs in the second and dflh
innings to tie the score. Gibral Gibraltar
tar Gibraltar Life went ahead temporarily
in the bottom of the fifth; only to

have Elks come back with the

winning runs in the last mning.

Dicky Ebdon pitched fine ball
until the disastrous sixth inning
onlv to tire rapidly. Egolf, Elks

pitcher only gave up three hits,
but nine bases on balls kept him
in ht water throughout the

game. Fine fielding support by

the Elks, featured by a big

league style double-play from

shortstop Gangle, to second base baseman
man baseman Stoudnor to first baseman

Poore, helped Egolf out of sever
al tight spots.
l. ,,. t :r&i: ..... v

Craig Stoudnor with three hits

and a walk led the Elks hitters.

Included in the three hits was s

double. Matheney, G angle, and

Burgener each collected two hits

one of Matheney s hits being i

double. Gibraltar had three hits

divided between Hunt, Hermany,

and Barrett.

The box score:

Seymour Agency

Moses, cf, ss
Carlson, lb

Coy, c, cf

Perra, 3b

Perkins, ss, p

r arreil, p c

Bauman, If

Blaney, 2b

Canavagglo, r

Watson, rf

Total

Police

Catron, 3b, ss

Darden, ss

Blystone, 3b
Riley, cf, p

Weade, c

Wilder, pf 3b

Evans, 2b
Dunn, lb
Myers, rf

Burda, rf
Lessiack, If

Riley, Jeff, If
Total

The box score:

The box score:

Elks

Matheney, cf
Gangle, ss
Bridwell, If

McGrath, c

(Brugener, rf

Stoudnor, 2b
Hummel, 3b
Berger, 3b

Poore, lb

Egolf, p

Total

MERCURY OUTBOARD

2b

;co, n

Chase, c

Kirkland L
Pretto, p

Trout, lb
I Nickersher,

Hinz, cf
Tuttle, If

totals

C.H.J.
Detore, G.

Fields, ss,

Ah R.H.Po.A.E
2 2 0 1 3 1

ss

14 7 4 21 8 3

Ab R H Po A E

SS

p

2 0
10

Humphrey, lb, ss 4 1

Vlnas, cf

Bruce, If
Cabanillas,
Sasso, 2b
McGraw, rf

Kirkland, G c

4 0

3 0
3 0
3 1
2 0

.2 ?

Gibson, E., lb2 1

2 ,1
0 0
3 1
2 0

Totals V?1111 4
. Score by Innings
m n...LJ

Mercury vwiuu
1126210-7 43

CH.S.

0 0 1 1 0 0 2 4 4 4

Pacific Divisional
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Louisville (NEA) The Jasi

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neiie nag, rourtn in i3S unaer
Eddie Arcaro's first Derby ride.
LIP BEHIND MIKE

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Teams
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Fire Fighters
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NEW YORK (UP) Leo Dtt-iG. Griffith

rocher, former manager of thn!L. Colons

Mar. Fire Fighters vs Decco

Indians.

Mr. 7 Cerveza Balboa vs Car

ta Vieja.

, Mar. 8 Carta Vieja vs Fire

Fighters.

(All Games are played at Paraiso)

LEADING HITTERS

(10 or more official times at bat.

A R H Rbi Ave

Brooklyn Dodgers and New York

Giants, and Lindsey Nelson have

ben picked to handle the p'av-by-play
broadcasts for NBC's Sat

urday afternoon major league tei-

ims season, rney handled

eneres in

M. Sandiford

A. Diaz
C. Brath waite
E. Morrell
E. Roberts
Campbell
C. Castillo

10 I I 4 .700
11 4 6 10 ;546
12 5 6 6 .500
13 4 6 9 M'l
13 5 6 8 .462
11 3 5 8 .455
10 8 4 6 .400
11 5 4 5 .384
11 1 3 2 .273
13 2 3 4 .230
M n t M

AB R H

4 1 2

n
4
3
4
3
3
1
2
3
31

t

0
1
2
0
1
0
2
1

0 15

Gibraltar Life

Frank, ss

Hunt, 2b

Ebdon, p

Hermanny, cf
Barrett, c
Beklen. 3b

Thompson B., If
Nordstrom, If

Crosby, lb

McGraw, rf

Total

AB R H

2
2
3
2
3
3
1
1
3
1
21

1
1
0
1
0
0

0 0
0 0
r.
3 3

Seymour, Agency 1, Police 2

In the first extra inning game

of the second, half and to oner of

the most exciting games of the

season, Police came from behind

twice to even up, the score witn

Seymour Agency and then went

ahead In the extra inning to wm.

Wilder and FarreU pitched fine

ball until relieved' when they

pitched the limit allowed under
Little League rules. Farrell only

gsve up four hits and was very

effective with men on base.

While Wilder gave up six hits,

he struck out fifteen men in the

six innings he worked.

AB R H
4 0 0

3
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
1
27

AB R H
4 1 1

0

0

2

1
3
2

3

2
3

1
1

2 0
0 1
24 3

Elks I, Lincoln Life 2

The Elks made nine hits and

eight runs to Lincoln Life's two

runs on six hits. By winning this

game the Elks managed to break

temporarily the three way tie

for first place, sending Spur to

second a half game behind, and

Lincoln Life to third a full game
behind.

Craig Stoudner struck out thir

teen and, with the exception of
the first and thirdinn ing, retired

the Lincoln Lifers rn one, two,
three order. In the third inning.

Lincoln LLife collected two runs

on a hit, a walk, and a double
by Kiamco. Demmg also had a

double for Lincoln Life. Gangle,

witn two tor tnree, ana poore

with two for
tack.

The box score:

Lincoln Life AB R H
Engelke, L., cf 3 0 0
Duran, 2b 3 0 1
Ostrea, p 3 12
Farnsworth, ss 3 11
Kiamco, e 3 0 1
Demlhg, 3b 3 0 1
Jacobson, if 2 0 0
Stalling, If 0 0 0
Nelson, lb 2 0 0
Phillips, rf 2 0 0
Douglas, rf 2 0 0
Total 26 2 S
Elks AB R H
Matheney, cf 2 11
Gangle, ss 3 12
Brown, 2b, 3b 2 10
McGrath, c 3 0 1
Burgener, rf 3 0 1
Stoudner, p 2 2 1
Hummel, 3b 2 0 0
BridwelL If 0 10
Poore, lb 2 2 2
enger, If, 2b 3 0 1
Total 22 S t
XAVIER ACCEPTS BID ...

OKLAHOMA CITY (UP)-XaV-ier
University of Cincinnati has
accepted a bid to 'participate in
the 23rd annual All-College bas basketball
ketball basketball tournament to be played
here next Dec. 26-27-28. Xavier
joins Oregon U, and boat Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City in the eight team tour tourney.
ney. tourney. Five other teams will be

added later.

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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSP APEH
The 1958 ISEA All-America Basketball Team

TO PANAMA AMER

JN ORBIT

By MURRAY OLDRRMAN
NEW YORK (NEA) If anybo anybody
dy anybody knows a basketball player, it's
a guy like Fuzzy Levane, an All All-American
American All-American himself it St. John's, a
great pro, a coach in the National
Basketball Association and now a

full time scout lor the New York
Knickerbocker?.

When rum Levane says Elgin

Baylor has every shot in the book
and great strength, besides, you
listen and nod. Fuzz; knows, be because
cause because he's seen him. Just as he's
f own up to CorvaUis, Ore., to see
Dave Ganfbee pop -them for Ore Oregon
gon Oregon State, or down to San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco to watch Mike Farmer.

The St. Louis Hawks in have

men like Fuzzy canvassing thp

country 31 of them. And so do
the other pro essional teams.
To get a bona fide All-America
bajsketpall team, NEA Service and
The Panama American has gone
to these men whose hiicinp.es it is

to know the best. And these are

tneir selections.

The mt NEA All Amtric

tta m :

F Elgin Baylor, 4-, Seattle.
F Archie Dees, 4-t, Indiana.
C Wilt Chamberlain, 74 Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, G Guy Rodgers, 4-1 Temple.
G Oscar Robertson, 4-5, Cincinnati.

Loop leading Albrook

Wall

ops Fort Amador

FAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS
(As of Mar. 7)
Teams W L Gb
Albrook AFB 18 5
Fort Kobbe "14 7" 2'
fort Clayton d 12 7
Port Amador 13 8
Army Atlantic 5 15 lO'a
Week's Results
Amador 10; A A S
Albrook 1; Kobbe 0
Kobbe 20; AA 7
Clayton 5; Albrook 4
Albrook 11; Amador 0
Kobbe 9; Clayton 8
The front running Flyers from
Albrook AFB pounded out an ea ea-y
y ea-y 11-0 win over the Fort Amador
Troopers Wednesday afternoon at
Amador's McCardell Field.

Albrook picked up three runs 6n
one hit and two Amador errors in

the first inning, added, two' more

tallies in Ihe second, two in the

eighth and four more in the ninth

stanza.

Flyer hurler Dick Greenfield

went the route, scattering five hits

to pick up the shutout win. His

record his now 7-2. Trooper hight

hander Gene,, Childress pitched 8

2-3 innmgs and absorbed the loss.

He is 0-1 for the season.

Frank Lucovich had three hits

for the winners and Manuel Lopez

and Roger Zimmerman also poled

home runs for the Flyers.
Neil O'Donnell paced the Ama

dor batsmen with two hits includ

ing a double.

The Fort Kobbe Regulars and

tov-fche

coaches

oartKLu Association n-.-ft

the Fort Clayton Cavaliers hook hooked
ed hooked up in a slugging duel Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night at Jarman Field with
the Regular's' coming "out imp top of
a close 9-8 store.
Kobbe went into' the ninth to toning
ning toning with a 84 lead. Clayton com combined
bined combined two hits with.lhrej Regular
errors to Carrier twruWana7 had
runners on second and third base
when Norton finally struck out Ca Cavalier
valier Cavalier hurler Bil Donahue to
preserve the- win.
Gary Davis had a home run and
Jim Weeks had two hits, and lour

KBl's tOi.paee -the Kobbe hitters.

Ray Ramczyk pounded out four
hits and StanChristean.. and (Billy

Reavis collected ithree apiece for

the Cavaliers.

Fort Kobbe's ace chucker Doug

Norton absorbed his worst shel

lacking of the, year but went the
distance and got enough' backing

to pick up his seventh win in It

decisions. He was tigged for 16

Cavalier ljits. '.
Bon Thompson "pitched B 1-3 In

nings for Clayton and was charg charged
ed charged withvhis first loss in three de

cisions

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Club News

TIINV WEENY TOURNAMENT

he eenv Ween An ma mm

sponsored by the Panama Mariin
Club Was Successful! v enmnWert

on March 1 and 2. Although the

nsn were not as cooperative a

in past years, ft is felt., that all
who jartkipatefl.n.,the contest
enjoyed the tidal ride any way.
The following ii ahn .!! i.t

The following is an official list
of the prize winners as ruled by
the Panama Marlin Club board

oi judges: (angler, fish weight

ooai, prize;.

1 George Hudson, yellow

cormna, 10 ids, io oz., Contigo.
2 AL Bohert calvet, .yellow cor

oina, 8 lbs. 14 oz., Aloha.

iNo other qualified entries were

made in this class.

1 David Searle, silver corbi

na, io ids,, Contigo,

z George Hudson, stiver cor

bins, 13 lbs. 8 oz., Contigo.

I Ky Taliercio, silver corbi-

na, 13 lbs,, Agewood,

spring.
That is. if the Minneapolis
Lakers don't decide they could
use Archie Bees to better advan advantage.
tage. advantage. Minnesota coach Ozzie Cow Cow-les
les Cow-les called him "far superior to
Don Sehlundt," a former Hoosier
Al-Araerican.

Experience? Bavler. Dm anH

Rodgers are all seniors whove

Deen m every court and know how

to react.

Native talentP Has there vr

been a basketball player better
endowed than Chamherlain fhe

Big Dipper Of the Jayhawks, who

carries a mediocre team on his
tremendous, agile framep
Crowd anneal Rnhprfsnn the

sensational sophomore (and that's

tne only description you can give
him) would fill any arena in the

country.

Oscar. Wilt and Elem have boon

tossing coins all season for the na national
tional national scoring leadership, each
pouring in the points at a clip
Of 30 or more at an nutinir .Tn

Lapchick calls Robertson "the

greatest sophomore Ive ever
seen.' Edie Gbtlieb drools at
the orosoect of Chamberlain's v.

ailability td his Philadelphia War

riors in -bo. And Baylor may be
the top choice in the pro draft this

SECOND TEAM
F Dave Gambe, 47, Oregon
State.
F Mike Farmer, 4-7 San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, .
C Connie Dierking, 4-10, Cin Cincinnati.
cinnati. Cincinnati. G Hm Smith, 4-4, Steubenville.

rnk Howard, 4-4. Ohio

State.

D

Rodgers it the plymaker of this
quintet, whie scoring 20 points a
game himself, the flashiest colle collegian
gian collegian since Bob Cousy was fliDDine

them behind his back for Holy

cross. He s tne one "small man
who intrigues the pros ahead of
the big fellows who infest the game

today.
You'll get to see the-n all on
the same floor, too, as guests on
the Steve Al'en show where
they'll be presented with awards
in New York on Sunday, March 30.
The modern fast break game
demands adequate, relief, and the
scouts didn't have to go far for
five others of almost equal ability.
Gambee was tabbed by Utah
coach Jack Gardner as "one of
the best prospects I ever saw."
Farmer is a solid fundamentalist
on a solid team, well coached
and a good shot.
Conriie Dierking has exception exceptional
al exceptional speed for a big man and clears
the boards to set up Robertson's
displays for1 Cincinnati. Jim Smith
of litt e Steubenville College at attracted
tracted attracted the Same kind of attention
that Maurice Stokes once did at
St. Francis of Loretto, and for the
same reason Jhe does everything
superlatively. Frank Howard, tap tapped
ped tapped last year as an All-Ameriacn
in a surprise maneuver, was a a-gain
gain a-gain his barrel-chested, healthy
self hauling down rebounds and
scoring points for Ohio State.
Like all our AH Americas of
1958, .he's rated a cinch to make
it in the NRA if he decides to
play. How'ard will probably sign
a bonus baseball contract first.

Atlntic Arm'. J Forces
Little League
Monday's action io -m Atlantic
Armccl Forces Little League saw
the Coco Solito Cuhs knock out a
17 to 3 victory over the Fort Davis
Hangers. The Cuhs racked up n
hits r.s Cub pitcher Luther Quinn
smashed the League's third home
run of the season with one man
on.
Cub eenlerfiel'der Jack Drydaie,
who is leading the League with
two homers to his credit, slam slammed
med slammed a two-bagger in the fourth in inning
ning inning to add to the Cubs hitting
laurels.
The Rangers lone hit came in
the top of the fifth when pitcher
Ernest Little socked a single.
Boyd Crews scored twice, once in
the fourth and once in the fifth in

nings, completing the Ranger ef-

lorts.
Two 'games were pUayed n
Wednesday, one the regularly
scheduled Colonial Braves Fort
Davis Rangers contest and the

other was the VFW Fort Gulick

Raiders game which was rained
out on Tuesday:
In the regularly scheduled
Braves Rangers game the Braves
out-hit and out-scored the Rangers
with 11 hits and 13 runs to the
Rangers 3 hits and 10 runs.
Braves pitcher Efrain A y m a t
drove in Norm Fricker with
double, then Braves centerfielder
Tim Kennedy doubled to bring Ay Ay-mat
mat Ay-mat home, ail this action taking
place in the second stanza. Aymat
pitched until the fifth inning when
he was replaced by Roger Paris.
The Rangers staged a rally in
the fifth inning bringing in six
runs; two on walks, two on passed
balls and two more on pitcher
Alex Rodriguez' double which
brought home Larry Jones and
George Henning. With the comple completion
tion completion of the fifth inning the umpires
called the game because of dark darkness
ness darkness With: the win going to the
Braves.

The VFW Post 100 -Fort Gulick
Raioers tussle which had fa-ea
raued out oh Tuesday saw tht
Ruioers come off on lop of a 11
to 8 decision to put their Leagu
record to 3 and 2 in the second
half of uie season.
Counting as one of the VFW'i
two hits was first baseman Billy
Self's home run in the second stan stanza
za stanza driving in Rafael Garcia ynd
Bill Craig. Looing pitcher Alex "Ra "Ramirez
mirez "Ramirez doubled in the first innms
to drive home Juan Rivera and
Rafael Garcio.
For the Raiders, winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher Bcuny Passons went the whole

six innings and highlighted his
mound periorraance by blasting a
double in the fifth period which
brought home Robert Garcia.

LEAGUE STANDINGS

Colonial Braves
Coco Solito Cubs
Fort Gulick Rait'ers
VFW Post 100
Fort Davis Rangers

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Sports Briefs
EAGLES NAME CLARK
PHILADELPHIA (UP)- James
P. Clark, president of the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Eagles from 1949 until
1953, has been elected to the
clubs newly-created post of board
chairman. Clark gave up the pres presidency
idency presidency in 1953 because of business
pressure and became a vice pres president
ident president instead. The Eagles named
Frank L. McManee to serve as
president for the sixth term.

PHYSICALS SCHEDULED
CHICAGO (UP) The Illinois
State Athletic Commission has or ordered
dered ordered champion Carmen Basilio
and challenger Ray Robinson to
appear here for a physical on
March 19. The two meet in a ti title
tle title bout at the Chicago Stadium
six days later.

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1 U Barry Chibpeaux. red inao-

per, 15 lbs. 10 oz., Flyrmg Scot.

Z Htrry Chippeaux, red snap snap-per,
per, snap-per, 15 lbs. 3oz.,- Flying Scot.
3 William Lax, red Snapper,
12 lbs. 4 oz., Flying Scot.

1 Edna Jackson, grouper, 37
lbs., Agewood.
2 William Lax, grouper, 85
lbs., Flying Scot.

1 Davitf Seaile, schook, 14

lbs. 3 oz., Contigo.

2 Leslie Adams,, snook, 13
lbs. 14 oz., Who Cares.
1 H. W. Post, pompano,' 7

lbs. 10 oz., Viking.

1 Clara Zapponi, jack, 11 lbs.
14 oz., Agewood.
1 Richard Clarke, mackerel,

7 lbs. 9 oz., Little Mpe.

H. W. Post. Dolphin, (largest

other specie), 11 lbs., Viking.

Edna Jackson, grouper (heavi

est fish by woman), 37 lbs.. Age-

wood.

I
Thp winners as listed above

will ho ftnnraitnrl Viu nri7P mm-'

mittee in near future. The pre pre-spntatinn
spntatinn pre-spntatinn of Drires will be an

nounced ast o place and time a

soon as trophys are oDtameu
Watch for the announcement.

JONES TO FIGHT
NEW YORK (UP)-Louis Jones

of Rockford, III., a former Na National
tional National AAU boxing heavyweight
champion, has signed to meet an
as yet unnamed opponent at the

Eastern Parkway Arena on Sat-

urday, March 15. Jones knocked
out Olympic champion Pete Rade Rade-macher
macher Rade-macher in two rounds when both
were amateurs.

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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 24)740

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDEFfNDENT DAII

Resorts

FOSTER'S Cottages atd Lnw
Buck Horn. On. mil past the
Casino. Nmm Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottaoes
Santa Clan R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT Three bedroom
ofcalet. twe aarrkat, porch, liv living
ing living dining room, garage. 19th
Street Pastille No. 88.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom house, for 2 months Of
: mort. Back yard, farage. ate.
N. 30, 46th Street. Phone 3 3-7804,
7804, 3-7804, 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. to
, mako aurt contact.
FOR RENT: A loroly and coiy
Bungalow with all modern con conveniences
veniences conveniences at La Carraiquilla.
Completely furnished. Ideal for
couple or bachelori. Tel. 3-7180.
FOR RENT: Chalet in the 50th
etroet, downstairs, living, din dining
ing dining room, kitchen, garage, maid
room with service, larva terrace,
upstairs with three bedroom and
terrace, all furnished. CaH 3 3-770C,
770C, 3-770C, t to 12 and 4 to 6.
FOR
RENT: Furnished 2 bed-
chalet for on or tw
months. Phono 3-4817.
FOR RENT Beautiful 4-bed-room
house unfurnished sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by garden, corner Via
Espana and Fadarico Boyd Ave.
oppoaito Catholic church near
Hotel Panama Hilton. Telephone
Balboa 2870.
Whatever
Happened to .
KIRBY HIOBI
Kirby Hiebe, a right-handed
pitcher, joined the Cuba In 1937
and never lacked for "color" in
hia various tours with four other
major league clubs. Once he left
the Cubs and went home to South
Carolina because he waa home
sick. But "Old Higgelby" as he
waa known affectionately when he
was a Dodger, racked up a 22-9
record and led the Brooas to a
pennant in 1941. He was a big
winner the next tnree seasons,
too. but after arm trouble and a
2-0 record in 1947 he went on to
Pittsburgh and finally the Giants
before leaving the majors in ww,
Whatever happened to Kirby
Higbe? Today, a month short of
43, "Old Htg" is a portal cienr.
in his native Columbia, S.C. and
coachea Columbia's American Le Legion
gion Legion junior baseball team.
Religious Movie
At Balboa YMCA
Thursday Night
The Balboa Y.JttC.A.-U.S.O. will
hew a second full-length motion
picture in its religious education
series on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Tb title is "The Magnificent
Adventure" and is the story of
ft. Jjpiil, the Christian warrior,
and 4Ae first great missionary of
Christianity.
There is no admission charge
and the public is invited.
FOR RENT
Two-bedroom apartments,
unfurnished; I bathrooms,
lame dining and living
room; separate maid's room
with bath; hot water, and
famfe.
In high, cool locality, all
screened.
IN EL CANGREJO
Office hours 2-0321
After hours 3-7708
PHOTO mm
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814
Manama Auto S. A.
Automobile Row
30-7 5
Id. 3-3050 1

Apartments

ATTENTION, 1 LI JHt ks
Modern apartments for rent.
Phono 3-2392 Panama. After
5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern and beau beautiful
tiful beautiful two bedroom apartments, in.
new building, Ave. (aire Aro Aro-somona,
somona, Aro-somona, corner 45th Street East.
Call, Carlos Julio Quij.no. 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: On April 15, fur furnished
nished furnished throe bedroom apartment,
maid's room, hot water, garage.
Phono 3-2279 from 2:30 p.m.
FOR RENT: Cool end comfort comfortable
able comfortable one bedroom, apartment in
Colin Parian No. 7, suitable for
a couple or small family. Call
telephone 2-1455 curing office
hours.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments two bedrooms $60.00.
Via Porras 101, Telephone 3-
2-568.
FOR RENT: Attractive two bed bedroom
room bedroom spacious, modern apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Maid's room, porches, hot
water. 49th street Ne. 13 "Ore "Ore-da"
da" "Ore-da" Bella Vista.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $55.00 military inspected
Via Porras Ne. 99, Tel. 3-2068.
FOR RENT Nice apartment
completely furnished, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, etc.
at Avenlda Peru No. 79. For in information
formation information call Panama 3-0955.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $65.00 per month. Apply
janitor at Ti-132 4th ufy
Ave. or phone Hopkins Balboa
2966.
FOR RENT Modem apart apartment
ment apartment in "La Crosta" three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, with living, dining room,
kitchan, wash tub, maid room'
with services, hot water, two ga garages.
rages. garages. Apply for information
Street 48, No. 12 La Crosta.
Four Top Industry
Men To Attend HP
es
Four U.S. industrial leaders win
arrive next week m Panama to
participate in an industrial man
agement seminar to be held here
March 24 to 28. under th sponsor
shtpo f the Industrial Development
Center of Panama's Institute for
Economic Development.
The industrial management se seminar
minar seminar will serve as training and
interchange of ideas for 80 top Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian businessmen interested
in getting acquainted wth mod modern
ern modern admnistrative methods. The
four top industrialists are:
Francis J. Van Poppelen, man manager
ager manager of the air conditioning divi division
sion division of the General Electric Corp.
Thomas G. Spates, professor e
meritus of personnel administra administration
tion administration at Yale University, and for
14 years a vice-president of Gen General
eral General Foods Corp. He was also ad advisor
visor advisor of the International LLabor
Office in Geneva, Switzerland.
Franklin H. Graf, manager of
the A. C. Nielsen Co., one of the
top market research organizations
in the United States, and a mem member
ber member of the American Marketing
Association.
Oni-sr- P. Edwards, oresident
of Woodruff and Edwards, Inc.,
one of the leading firms in the
iron foundtry industry.
Soldier At Clayton
Third Place Winner
In Freedom Contest
SFC Richard L. Errhalt of the
Inter American Geodetic Survey,
Fort Clayton, was one of 98 third
n1aor winners in the armed forc
es freedoms Foundation letter
writing contest. For his entry Er
rhalt is to receive $100 and an
honor medal.
First place in the world wide
contest went to an Air Force mas master
ter master sergeant, Charles E. (Bucha (Buchanan
nan (Buchanan of the 1709th Training Squad Squadron,
ron, Squadron, Palm Beach, Fla. Second
spot was awarded to two Naval
personnel, an officer and an en
listed man.
Errhalt, a citizen of the United
States since February, 1955, de described
scribed described the two opposing camps
in the world today. In his letter
on "My Task Protecting Amer America's
ica's America's Freedom," the Fort Clayton
sergeant expressed his thoughts
on freedom and democracy, dic dictators
tators dictators and world Communism.
The resident of Grosse Pointe,
Mich., is the personnel sergeant
at LAGS.
Another Freedoms Foundation a-
-j ;n i j r n;i
I waru Will ue picseuieu w mx. rvai
j ter H. Clajrl: Jr. of Headquarters,
I Ca-ibbean Command, Quarry
Heights, He won a Valley Forge
rairiot s award.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Tudor Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, automatic transmission.
Duty paid. 17" Silvertono TV.
Boys bicycle. Call 3-7105 3 3-0279
0279 3-0279 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford conver convertible
tible convertible with Fordomatic, wsw,
radio, heater and nylon top. Call
83-7200.
FOR SALE: Hudson 1950,
over-arrive, flood running condi condition,
tion, condition, four door Sedan $250.00
International Jewerly, Central
Avenue No. 155 Tel. 2-2316.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
convertible, two tone, newer
glide, radio, heater, now top,
only 25,000 miles. A bargain
for $1295.00. Ft. Clayton 2108.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4 door
Special, radio, beater, underrat underrating.
ing. underrating. Excellent condition, $350.
Phono 84-3261 or 84-2183.
after duty hours.
FOR SALE Late model 1955
Ford V-8, 9 passenger country
sedan, radio and clock, standard'
shift 6 ply W.S tiros, low mil mileage
eage mileage Isthmus only, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Call Balboa 2-2746.
FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet
Station Wagon. 9 passenger 4-
Call 6-134 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE 49 DeSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine. Call
Fanamo 3-7882.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick 4-Dr
with Dyna-Flo Radio Tinted
Glass. $550. Tel. 84-3184.
FOR SALE 1952 Hillman 4
door sedan, flood condition, good
tiros, good paint, good buy $395
Duty paid. Call Balboa 2-2801
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE Busito GMC
1950. Good condition, must soil.
Call Colon 762-L.
FOR SALI 1954 Hillman,
need condition, duty gold,
Phono 3-6526,
FOR SALE: Oldsmobilo 1952
$500. Week days 82-3160.
Ernst or Qtrs. 2006-A after 4
p.m.
NIKON
Cameras
at
9 LI.!11
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
IT aTRf-AMI.INKn"
the McLevy way Body Massace,
Exctrrising Machines. Turkish
oath. Trained operators tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'8
Products
J. Areeeroeoa Ave. J3-4S
Tel. s-ant
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
158 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0S52
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on roar
present ear through
Agency
DICK DEHL1NGER
representing
Government Employee Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4S84-3-4S8S
SAN BUS
EXCURSION
March 23, 19SS
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661

mm offices at u-n -ir nrnrrr. ft am a- wsbi
l.Mr. PWaa CAS A ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 e tOWtDSl PHARMACY

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Home Articles
Large 4 burner range with oven
and broiler, $75.00. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6895 days, nights. Pa-
J-6435.
TOR SALE: 2 Rattan chairs
cushions and ottomans $20.00
each. 4 wicker straight chairs
$1.50 each. 2 single mattresos
$5.00 each, I set Royal Doulton
dishes, Felicity pattern $7.00, 1
Rattan magasino rack $3.00.
Many miscellaneous articles.
House 356 Apt. 18 Ancon.
FOR SALE 6 Pc. Livingroom
Suite upholstered, $125.00.
1957 Ford Custom 300 4-dr.
Sedan V-S 8000 miles. Phono
82-3206.
FOR SALE 4 chain, bamboo,
1 nest tables, bamboo, I- cof coffee
fee coffee table, maple, 1 aat diahaa,
Royal Doulton, Miscellaneous.
Call Balboa 3252.
FOR SALE VM Hi fi, Record
player blende and 12.6 en. ft.
refrigerator with deep freoior.
Call Albrook 86-4113.
FOR SALE Wringer washing
machine 25 cycle, 0813 Plank
St. Balboa 2-4491.
ATLANTIC LILE LIAGUI
Standings
Coca Cola 4 0 0
Elks 8 11
Police Pals 8 2 1
Mutual of Omaha 12 2
Pirates 13 8
Legion 0 4 1
Monday afternoon, the Elks and
the Pirates met and after six in
nings of play, the score stood at
nine all. his tie will be played off
at the end of the season.
The Elks opened the game with
a bans and before the fans were
comfortably seated, five runs had
crossed the plate. The f rrates stay
ed in there fighting and thwn they
came to bat in the sixth they were
still four runs behind. A rally in
the sixth produced the needed four
runs and when Stan Motta was
thrown out at the plate on a close
nlav. the eame ended in a tie.
John Sanders was the big sticker
for the day with 4 for 4. Nickie
Brooks collected 1 hits, was the
Elks starting pitcher and was re relieved
lieved relieved by John Sanders in the hec
tic 6th. For the Pirates Urrioia,
Henriquez and Hickey had two hits
each with one of Hickey's and both
of Urrrola's being doubles.
Harry Murray, the Pirate second
baseman added 3 RJB.I. to his team
cause. Dougie Alberga started for
Pirates, worked 4 innings and was
relieved by Jimmy Ebdon.
The box score:
Iks
Will, H
DeBoyrie, rf
Sanders, Jo. ss,
Motta, c
Brooks, N. p, ss
Pabon, 3b
Acheson, lb
Colbert, cf
Brooks, F, 2b
Totals
Pirates
Motta, lb
Murray, 2b
Hickey, 3b
Alberga, p, ss
Henriquez, c
AB R H
3 0 9
1
2
1
3
1
0
0
1
30 9 14 S
AB R H
Urriola, If
Wiberg, rf
Ebdon, ss, p
Christoph, cf
Totals
32 9 10 4
Evangelical Council
To Present Concert
Next Friday Niqhl
The Evangelical Ministers Coun
cil of Panama has completed pre
parations to present a variety conr
cert next Friday', at the Geddies
Hall.
Many well-known local artist
are scheduled to participate in vo
cal, instrumental and elocutionary
numbers.
The program, which will begin
at 7:30 p.m., is being held in in-
terest of the evangelistic efforts of
j the council. According to announce
menu me council pians to oring
an evangelist from the United
States in the near future to con
i duct a series of evangelistic serv
I ices.
1 Tickets for the program may be
I secured from the following pas
I1
tors: urown, ranama oapusi,
Jarvis, Christian Mission of Pa
nama, Guachapali; Stewart, Be
thel Mission Church; Crooks,
Gamboa Baptist; O'neal, Nazarene
Christian Church Skeets, Christian
Miss:on 27th Street Chorrillo and
Sis. V. Hilary of the Sanctified
Church or from members of these
fll churches. '""y"'1"'

P ARM ACM

Oons Ave. N. 41 row DOMY-JikI"
Street a FAKMACLA "1A- Via Pom
Miscellaneous
Boat Armour fiber glee and
Resins. Does not run, easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Less of estimate cost to cov cover
er cover year boat. Also Pottft Marine
paints. ABERNATHY, 3-6895.
FOR SALE: V ton. 230 volts
Chrysler air-temp air conditioner
uaed IV yn. Phone 1850, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. FOR SALE B.S.A. 500 c.c.
Geld Star A-1 condition $300. $300.-00.
00. $300.-00. 51 Oldsmobilo, good tires,
Radio $200.00. Phono Balboa
2-2438.
FOR SALE "Ball and How Howell"
ell" Howell" Sound projector Factory re rebuilt
built rebuilt (List $597.00) only
$325:00. International ewelry,
Central Avenue 15$.
FOR SALE 15 Sea babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balboa.
-7-
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1956 BSA motor,
bike. 125 c.c. Perfect condition.
Phone 83-4137.
Score by Innings
Elks 511011-9 10 5
Pirates 230004-9 10 6
Tuesday's game between Mutual
of Omaha and the Legion was rain rained
ed rained out.
The game of the year was nlaved
on Wednesday when the strong Co
ca uoia team downed the firsthalf
winners, the Police Pals by a score
oi 2 to l m one of the best played
games seen in a long while.
The starting pitchers will OfPo OfPo-lice
lice OfPo-lice and Sanchez of Coca COla
matched pitch for pitch throueh-
out the afternoon and only by sen sensational
sational sensational last inning nlav did the
Cola men prevented the Police f
Isking tie game. Terry Conley's
nreatn talcing shoe string catch
off the bat of fiernsteain, with Al
ran on second, was the strawt hat
broke the camel's back for the
Police,
Will Will was charged with his
second loss of the season while
Kichie Sanchez picked up his six
win without a loss. Mickey McEl McEl-houne
houne McEl-houne with 3 for 3 was thel eadme
sticker. Doubles were hit by Mc-
cinone, r arte, itoscoe, and Crouch.
The box score:
Police
McElhone, ss
AB R H
1 I
Will, p
2
0 0
Carpenter, e
8
3
3
0 0
Karpinski, 3b
0
0
Park, If
Bernstein, cf
Barber, lb
Crump, 2b
Clancy, rf
Totals
Coca Cola
McLeod, 2b -Roscoe,
c
Sanchez, p
Bender, ,cf
Crouch, lb
Hutchmgs, If
Conley, rf
Campbell, 3b
McClelland, ss
Totals
2,
2
3
2
23 1 4 1
AB R
1 1
19 2 ,4 1
Score by Innings
Police 001 000 161
Coca Cola OOlOlx 241
Mocambo Club
Plans Easter Ball
The Mocambo Club is busy
making preparations for a Grand
Easter ball which will be held in
the Stranger's Club on April 6
from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Admission for men will be $1.25
and women 25 cents. A popular
orchestra will dispense the latest
hits. More details will be released
shortly.
NARCE Gets New
Office In Ancon
The National Association of Re Retired
tired Retired Civil Employes, Chapter No.
8,3 announced today that it has
been granted office space m the
old. Ancon post office building.
The pew NARCE office will go
, - Al ,
into lperauon monaay.
COURSI FOR BIRDS
NEW ORLEANS (UP) There
were a lot of birdies on the ninth
fairway of the city park golf
course yesterday.
Heavy rain had turned the fair fairway
way fairway into a lake that atracted
numerous seagulls.

POCiATrO-T Street Mo. IS e AGENCIAS
IS I ',.oum a, r Ait MA CI' LOM-

HTIADOS UNIDOS-IW Central Ave
Aroseuiena v n9 or hmu
ill C "vui ti
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of meter $5. waxing of
can $6. Aute-Bafto, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
R
aasonabla
elieble
adio-TV
opaira
With fairness to all. Best eguip eguip-ped
ped eguip-ped and meet dependable shop
(one day service ). Member of
Natesa (National Alliance of
Electrical Service Association).
Crawford Agencies Corp. Phono
2-1905. Boa 1890. Panama.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. 0. D.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Intcrnacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 do Maya."
MRS. NORINA SANCHEZ, a
clerk-stenographer with the
Chemical Corps Tropic Teat
Activity, Fort Clayton, re recently
cently recently was presented with an
outstanding performance a a-ward
ward a-ward for her service. Mrs.
Sanchez, who makes her,
home at 10 9th Stree;, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefeyre, has been a ci civilian
vilian civilian employ of the Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Office since 1952.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Baseball Player
Set To Undergo
Rehabilitation
SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) Ed
Bouchee, the Philadelphia Phillies
first baseman who turned 25 to
day, plans to leave soon for Hart
ford, Conn., where he will under
go rehabilitation.
Bouchee, who pleaded guilty to
a cnarge of indecent exposure in
voiving two minor gins, was
plated oh three years' probation
Thursday by Judge Ralph Edger-
ton. rne judge said he was in
fluenced by a promise from the
i-nuiies mat the club wants to help
the young slugger.
At Clearwater, Fla., where the
Phils are training, a spokesman
saia itoucne win enter the Insti Institute
tute Institute of Living at Hartford, Conn.,
at the club's expense,
Dr. Frank Braceland, director
oi me wei Known institution and
past president of the American
rsycmainc Assn. ww supervise
me treatment personally. He also
will determine how long Bouchee
wil require rehabilitation.
Judge Edgerton said Boucheets
trouble was "more medical than
legal" and could be controlled or
cured with proper treatment. He
could have sentenced Bouche to
prison lor up to 20 years.
wniie ueneral Manager Roy
Hamey said the Phillies hope
Bouchee will be able to nlav
again, he said Comissioner Ford
ncK would have to make a nil
ing. Baseball contracts contain
clauses moral turpitude.
New Bill Bans
Gambling Boats
On Potomac
ANNAPOLIS. Md. (UP) Gov
ineoaore Mc&eldin siened into
law yesterday a bill banning the
rotomac River gambling boats
that have drawn thousands of tour
ists to try their luck.
McKeldin turned down a brM
last-minute bid by two Colonial
Beach, Va., brothers who own
gamming interests on the Virgini
side of the river and claimed
"new information" to back a veto.
But McKeldin, who had backed
the measure in the General As
sembly, challenged Delbert and
Dennis Connors to present their
new evidence and they declined
until they could see their attorney
They disappeared and McKeldin
signed the bill.
It will ban, effective next Jan
1, a number of Maryland-licensed
gambling vessels and piers that
have catered to Virginians and
thousands of tourists who board
the boats from the Virginia side

of the river.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Give-away price.
Residence at Santa Clara with
accomodations for 13 people.
Thfoe thousand motors of land,
cultivated with garden and fruit
trees. Artesian wall. Telephone
3-0019.
FOR SALE Cottage on Alt Alt-port
port Alt-port Road. Tiled flor. See Mrs,
Webster at Santa Clara Casino
or call Balboa 2830.
FOR SALE Hill. Cottofle at
Coronado leach, two bedrooms,
modern improvements, 2 power
plants end well on property. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
25-3024.
FOR SALE Completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottage at Gorgona
Beach, Swim, fish, relax. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ocean view. Bargain, trans-,
forring to States. Phono Balboa
4474.
FOR SALE: Beautiful chalet
with M00 M2, all fenced $5. $5.-500.00.
500.00. $5.-500.00. For information 6a. Ave.
No. 22 Saai Francisco. Phone 3 3-3637.
3637. 3-3637. FOR SALE 3-bedroom house
at 105 First Street, Las Cum- V,
bres. Also 3' lets. Phone 25 25-3121.
3121. 25-3121. FOR SALE Beautiful house
at Cerro Aiul, 3 Hectares of
land. For information call Men Men-day
day Men-day Phono 2-4614 at I a.m. to
12:00, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Write
Apartado 902 Panama.
BARGAIN Small concrete
house on sale, 700 m2, fruit
traoa, S3.000.00. Information
Sstudlante 14-72 Apt. I.
FOR SALE Juan France lets
with restrictions either for pri.
vata homes, apartment houses
or business sections. Easy pay payment
ment payment plan. Apply Manifaga'e
office Ave. Cuba 25-41 Tel.
2-0411.

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PANAMA AMERICAN
WANf AD

"Stat
MAJ0l
LAN FILL

WANTED: American announcer
for local radio announcing. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7464 or 3-3 16B.

WANTED European family
interested in throe or four bod bod-room
room bod-room unfurnished house with
garden in good neighborhood.
Phone 3-6147.
Civil Engineer tyanted. Apply
T o c o n Corporation, Parana
Curve, Borinquen Highway, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Phono Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel 374.
WNTED: U.S. citiMn H h,,,
sail 30 ft., (loop to Maryland the
end of March. For further Infor Information
mation Information call Gamboa 6-203.
Want to rent a house, rosiden.
tial area, furnished, two bed
rooms, farage, etc. For North
American family. Tel. 3-6631
and 3-783S, office hours only.
Lesson
Modern keyboard h a r m ony
taught, pianiat and other instru instrumentalist.
mentalist. instrumentalist. Zes Bennett. Phone
3-3653, Panama.
Domestic Employment
WANTED English sneaking
maid live-in, children, cooking,
cleaning. 790C Tavernilla, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Apply Sunday, Wednesday
mornings.
Boats & Motors
Now fiber floss boats on display,
9 to 12 ft., S5 pounds. SI 99.00
F.O.B. factory. Excellent for car
top and dinghy. ABERNATHY
3-6895 Panama.
FOR SALE: 22
"Karen", inboard
ft. aailboot,
oaile. Call Balboa 2-6145 after
5:00.
FOR SALE 12 outboard me-
for beat twHar 7t b.p. mo motor,
tor, motor, meter cart sever. AH excel
lent condition. Call Redi
S662.
David Wayne
The Three

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Serial 7:H
Robert Walker
Joan Collins
"STOPOVER TOKYO"
GAMBOA Sat Matin S:U
The Lady Wants Mink
and Serial S:U
Rod Stelger
"RUN OF THE ARROW"
GATO.V Sat. Matinee X:3S
Room For On More
T:
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Darren MeGavin
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Cornel Wilde
Debra Paget
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beleaguered by threats ot legal

suits, planned today to continue
his Australian concert tour.

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a huff Tuesday when Chappell

ana tjompany, ltd., threatened to
stte if he played any music from

we piay "My jyair Lady". The
" ny holds Australian riaht

on music from the Broadway

snow, which has not yet been
staged in this country.
"Never before in mv entire life

time have I been prevented from
expressing myself as a creative
artist," the wavy haired pianist
complained.

He changed his mind about
Quitting, however, after nrnmnter

Lee Gordon threatened' to sue him
for breach of contract.

"I could not disaDDoi-nt the ton

too wonderful Australian public,"
Liberace announced Wednesday

night after consulting his New"-'
York attorneys by radio telephone"
Following Wednesday's ached ached-hied
hied ached-hied performanre, at which Liber-n"'
are did not appear, crowds oPel-
derly women fans stormed ticket"
offices demanding their money'

r.acK. rouce cleared theater cot.
ridors of disgrhntled matrons who
hammered on the star's dressing

room door threatening to do mm
bodily harm.
Hotel detedtives patrolled out- s
side Liberace's suite Wednesday-
night while a lone elderly dowtfgV"
er picketed with a Discard sav-

tag, "Go Home, Mother's Boy"."'
The pianist was quoted as say-
ing Wednesday night: "I am ur" ;
happy but I will perform. I have
talked to my New York lawyers )
and they said apologies are forth-
coming from the writers and pub-
Ushers of the music which I have
been prevented from playing."

Faltering Philip:
ftulipl life Is filled with bruises.
PtftAfn would learn bJ home tike new
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3:00
3:15
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4:00
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His Honor Homer

Cthel and Albert
CFN NEWS
Tim McCoy
Paragon Playhouse
Bowling
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7:00 The Great Gildersleevt
7:30 Amateur Hour
8:00 Caesar's Hour
9:00 West Point
S:30 Zane Grey
10:00 Meet Mlllit
10:30 Hit Parade 14 Doe. ST
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Mystery Theatre: Dangerous
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GOV. W E. POTTER signs a proclamation designating March 9 to March 15 as Girl Scout
Week The ceremony Is witnessed by Mrs. Olivia Layton (center), honorary vice president of
the national board of the Girl Scouts of Ameri ca, and Mrs. Martha Hamilton, president of the

local council.
8 RP, Canal
To Take West
Thirteen young men from Cen
tral anri South American in
cluding eight from the Canal
Zone and Panama will appear
before a West Point examining
board at Fort Clayton". Wednesday
to take West Point entrance exa examinations.
minations. examinations. Candidates for admission to the
U.S. Military Academy wui unaer unaer-go
go unaer-go mental, medical and physical
aptitude tests to determine their
qualifications for admission with
, the class scheduled to enter the
Academy in July. Identical exami examinations
nations examinations are to be held simultanous simultanous-ly
ly simultanous-ly at aproximately 25 other Ar Army
my Army and Air Force installations m
the United States and overseas.
Local examinations will be con
ducted by a board oi oiuceis,
with Col. Howard H. Hasting as
president, appointed by Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, commanding
general, U.S. Army Caribbean.
Those scheduled to take the
tests here are: Pfc. John F. Rei Rei-neck
neck Rei-neck Jr., of the 584th MP Com-
nanv. Fori uiayion r ranis, u.
Miller Jr., Quarry Heights; Ter-
rence P. Corigan, Robert J. Si Si-korski
korski Si-korski Jr., and Charles C. Worn Worn-mack,
mack, Worn-mack, al of Balboa; Jon P. Mc Mc-Graw,
Graw, Mc-Graw, Cristobal; Victor M. Bar Bar-letta
letta Bar-letta and Raymond F. Sepulveda,
Panama City; Benjamin D. Blood
Jr., Buenos Aires, Argentina; Earl
A. Hart, of Rio de Janeiro, Bra Brazil:
zil: Brazil: Alvaro Montero Mejia, J. Ti Ti-jerino
jerino Ti-jerino Colonje and Alvaro Zamora
Soto, all from San Jose, Costa
Ricf.
Hart originally was scheduled to
take his examination in Puerto Ri-
e&v, but received authorization from
tile Adjutant General to transfer
to the board which will be con-
LITTLE L.IX
According to mony oportment
llondlords, chirdrfen should be
een ond not hod.
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Zone Youths
Point Exams

ducting the tests it Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Permission to take this exa examination
mination examination is limited to duly ap appointed
pointed appointed candidates, who have
been nominated from one of
the sources provided by law
and to whom tetters of ap appointment
pointment appointment have been issued by
the Department of the Army,
Washington, D.C. Hasting em emphasised
phasised emphasised that the local exami examining
ning examining board dees net have au authority
thority authority to issue appointments or
to proces applications for ap-
pointment.
The total authorized strength of
the corps of cadets and all sourc sources
es sources of apointment and admission
are specified by law. About 750
new cadets are admitted each
year. Applicants seeking a con congressional
gressional congressional appointment should ap apply
ply apply directly to their senators or
representatives and Hasting ad advises
vises advises that this be done a year in
advance of the intended date of
admis$ion to West Point.
AH young mfen interested in a
military career based on the col college
lege college training offered at West
Point are urged by Hasting to
address a letter or postcar to the
Adjutant General, Washington, D
t., or the Registrar, U.S. Milita Military
ry Military Academy, West Point, New
West Point catalogue.
This publication, which is free,
furnished detailed information on
al of the sources of apointment,
al of the mental and nhvsiVai
quirements for admission, an out-
w oi ine course of studies, and
of the U.S. Military Academy.
Serving with Hasting on the
fnd:TLt- Co1- Axel G. Kihl
gren, Maj. James E. Davis Jr
Maj Ralph C. Singer, Capt Gii Gii-Strlg.'
Strlg.' Gii-Strlg.' my and CflPt David i.
EASIER TO READ
TOKYO (UP) One of the big
gest complaints of foreigners here
is the Japanese bureaucracy But
one government office is going
out of its way to make things
easier for foreigners-the Income
Tax Bureau is sending out its
forms in English.
Men
Ms it the fifth in Mi-I. nr
nine articles telling the public
what it known about cancer.
5 CANCER IN MEN
41. Do morn
die of cancer?
men than women
Yes. Since 1049 more men than
women have died of the disease.
This is largely due to the rising
death till from lung cancer in
men. Also, more women are now
being saved by early detection and
effective treatment, for two rea reasons:
sons: reasons: 1) they go more regularly
to doctors and pay more attention
to danger signals, and 2) cancer
strikes women in more accessible
sites such as womb and breast
where the disease is more easily
diagnosed and treated.
62. Is cancer otf the lung a spe special
cial special danger for men?
Yes. This form of the disease is
much more prevalent in men than
in women and is increasing faster
than all other forms of cancer.
63. Does smoking cause cancer?
Recent studies have shown that
lung cancer occurs much more
frequently among cigarette smok smokers
ers smokers particularly heavy cigarette
smokers than among non-smokers.
There is evidence from the
American Cancer Society's study
of 188,000 men from 50 to 70 years
old that those who have stunned
smoking cigarettes have a lower

Potter Proclaims
March 9 To 15
Girl Scout Week
A proclamation designating the
period from March 9 to March 15
as Girl Scout Week and urging all
members of the community to join
in paying tribute to the Girl Scout
members and leaders, has been
issued by Gov. W. E. Potter,
In the proclamation, the Gov
ernor noted that in the Canal Zone
there are 1,263 registered Girl
Scouts in 6 4 active troops and that
362 Canal Zone citizens are serv
ing as leaders
In a special ceremony Tester
day afternoon at Balboa Heights,
Potter presented a copy of the
proclamation to Mrs. Olivia Lay
ton, former national president of
the Girl Scouts of America and
honorary vice president of the Na
tional Board, who is now on the
Isthmus attending the western he
misphere Girl Scout committee
meetings. Mrs. Layton was accom
panied by Mrs. Martha Hamilton,
president of m the Canal Zone Coun
cil
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
fa prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 91 gfi
Low 76 78
HUMIDITY:
High 96 88
Low 58 83
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-14 NE-19
RAIN (inches) 0 .01
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 83

SUNDAY, MARCH 8
High
6:20 a.m.
6:42 p.m.
Low
12:07 a.m.
12:27 pan.

Than Women Lose Their Lives

lung cancer death rate than thn
wno continued to smoke.
64. What it the best defense a
gainst lung cancer?
A chest X-ray to detect the di
sease at an early stage should be
a part of every annual checkup.
Heavy cigarette smokers should
be aware of the .risk they are tak
ing ana consult their physicians
about having more frequent chest
A-rays.
eo. wnar sormt or cancer are
more common among men that
women?
Opposition Solons
Badger Pakistani
Premier For Hours
KARACHI, Pakistan .(UP) -Opposition
members of parliament
badgered Premier Malik F. K.
Noon for five hours Thursday
night about what they called his
'suicidal" policy of alliances with
the West.
Noon, a strong supporter of
Pakistan's Western alliances,
warned the legislature not to turn
its back on the United St a te.s,
which is this country's 'mam
supp-ier of iOd and arms."
Leftist Leader Sardar F. Karim
denounced the Ba ghdad and
SEATO Pacts Pakistan's prin principal
cipal principal links with the West as
'worthless."

Rackets Group
Urged To Halt
Union Warfare

WASHINGTON, March 8 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United Auto Workers urged
the Senate Rackets Cqmmitee to today
day today to serve as a peacemaker to
end the tour-year-old "jungle war warfare"
fare" warfare" between the union and the
Kohler Co.
The union's proposal was
promptly rejected by Lyman C.
Conger, company attorney and
head of its management comit comit-te.
te. comit-te. He said the company would
not agree to any arbitration of
the terms of its labor contracts.
Several committee members ap applauded
plauded applauded the union's offer. But
Chairman John L. McClellan (D-
Ark.) turned down the idea with
the remark that it was 'not the
function of this commute to set settle
tle settle strikes.' V
Wisconsin jSircuit Judge Arnold
F. Murphy told the com committee
mittee committee his own efforts to settle
the dispute in September, 1954,
proved as futile as "gathering
goat feathers." He quoted conger
as saying at the time that the
company wanted "to teach the
union a lesson."
He said Conger told him the
Sheboygan, Wis., firm had "20
years of labor peace" after a 1934
strike and "felt this strike would
bring the same result.
The union's proposal to have
the comittee arbitrate the dis
pute was relayed to the senators
by UAW Secretary Treasurer
Emu Mazey in a relatively-quiet
the committee arbitrate the dis-
bulent hearings of the past few
aays.
He told the committee the union
was willing to submit the case to
a panel selected by the commit committee,
tee, committee, the president, the secretary
of labor, the National Labor Re Relations
lations Relations Board, or the Federal Me Mediation
diation Mediation Service.
But Conger quickly told the
committee the company Would
never relinquish its responsibility
for negotiating its collective bar bargaining
gaining bargaining contracts.
Sen. Pat McNamara (D-Mlch.)
termed Mazey's offer a "states "statesmanship
manship "statesmanship approach" toward cor correcting
recting correcting a 'bad situation.'
Conger said, however, that he
could not agree 'to aweping the
S'V ,r?e,r wt m "is late
date. His remarks strongly in indicated
dicated indicated there was no hope tor an
early end of the strike, now near near-tag
tag near-tag its fourth anniversary.
Soviet Concessions
Required To Insure
Summit Conference
WASHINGTON, March 8 (UP)
- U.S. officials said today that
Russia will have to make more
concessions if it really wants an
East-West Summit meeting.
They said that Soviet Prmw
Nikolai Bulganin's latest letter to
rreswent Eisenhower, delivered to
me wmte Mouse Thursday and
made public in Moscow vtorta
does nothing to break what the
rresiaent has described as the
impasse on proposed Summit
talks.
Eisenhower planned to confer
later today with Underarxrtarv
of State Christian A. Herter, pre-
sumaDiy aoout ine new Bulganln
message.
Secretory of State John Foster
imiies lett Washington yesterday
to attend the Southeast Atlantic
Treaty Organization meeting- in
Manila. French Foreign Minister
Christian Pineau and British For
eign secretary Selwvn Llovd alan
will be there and will hold nriv-
ate talks with Dulles on the Sum
mit issue.
Cancer of the month, throat.
phagus (gullet), stomach, rectum,
larynx, lung, kidney, bladder, skin
and brain are all more common
in men than m women.
ee. is cancer of the prostate
common? At what age does it gen
erally occur?
Cancer of the prostate to one of
the most common forms of can
cer m men over 80. A through ohv
sical examination, including a rec
tal examination, is the way to dis
cover this kind of cancer.
47. If you lose your vocal chords
by turgnry to remove a -cancer of
the larynx, can you learn to speak
again?
Yes. In a matter of months,
through a method called esopha
geal speech, most persons can
learn to speak again. Mechanical
devices are aiso avauaoie, a u i
their use is not generally so satis
factory or convenient as esophar
geal speech.
s -r
PROTESTS SPACE MONKEY
FRANKFURT Germany, March
8 (UP) The German League
for the prevention of cruelty to
animals today protested against
American plans to send a monkey
into space in a rocket.
The league said the plan, re revealed
vealed revealed by Dr. Wernher von Braun
during a British television inter
view, shmwed 'a serious disre
gard for man's duty to protect an an-mals
mals an-mals and a serious lack of hu
mane feeling."

MARGARITA'S DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS rolls and drums as two troops of exnlorer Seouto
the scout retreat ceremony at Fort Sherman. (U.S. Army Photo) explorer scouts

Camporee At
With Lasting
More than 200 boy scouts from
13 Canal Zone scout troops gather gathered
ed gathered together for the annual boy
scout Camporee at Fort Sherman
last weekend.
Activities began Friday after
noon with the setting up of troop
camp sites. Troops from Balboa,
Fort Kobbe, Fort Clayton, Ancon,
Diablo, Curundu, Al brook Air
Force Bse, Fort Gulick, Marga Margarita
rita Margarita and Coco Solo participated in
the Camporee. The scouts utiliz
ed two major types of camping e-
quipment, jungle hammocks sus
pended fro poles and two and
three-man scout tents.
Snonsored bv Canal Zone Coun
cil No. 801, the camp was direct
ed by Lt. Col. R. J. MacDonald of
Headquarters,. Caribbean Com
mand. He was assisted by Maj.
W. J. Moeller of the USARCARIB
Engineer Section.
By early evening the scouts
were preparing their first Cam Cam-pome
pome Cam-pome meal over open fires. Me-,
nus for the 2V2-dy camp out
were planned by the scout lead leaders
ers leaders of each troop and cooked by.,
the Individual patrols as a patrol,
function.
After dinner on Fridav evenine
the scouts held a song fest at the
campure circle.
On Saturday morning the camp
was aroused bright and early by
we crac&ung or camp tires and
smell of bacon being cooked. The
day's activities got under way with
a blindfold compass course, a flap flapjack
jack flapjack contest, a v sack race and the
tug-o-war.
In the afternoon the scouts com competed
peted competed in various patrol type con contests.
tests. contests. At 5 p.m. on Saturday the scouts
marched by troop to the flag pole
in front of Fort Sherman head headquarters
quarters headquarters where they held a re retreat
treat retreat ceremony complete with
drum and bugle corps furnished
by Margarita's Troop With the
dismissal of the assembled scouts
after the retreat ceremony pre preparations
parations preparations were, made for the eve evening
ning evening giant campfire.

Albrook Surgeon Describes

dancer Committees Work

The Canal Zone Cancer Commit
tee is "a unique group with no ov
erhead and 100 per cent benefits
to the community," the Surgeon
oi me Caribbean Atr Command
declared this week.
In an address over CFN. Lt. Col.
H. B. Webb, USAF, declared "ev
ery cent contributed to the com committee
mittee committee is spent for cancer.
"Thirty percent of it goes for
research towards the ultimate
control of that 50 percent of can
cers we cannot now cure.
The remainder, he added, "go
es ior services right in the Canal
Zone paying hospital bills, buy
ing raaium, teaching, physical ex examinations,
aminations, examinations, and public education."
Webb emphasized that it is "on
ly through examinations that we
are able to begin to apply known
methods to the cure of the 50 per percent
cent percent of cases now possible. Every
visit to a doctor, clinic or hospital
is an examination which will dis disclose
close disclose some kind of cancer if it is
present."
He said the free medical exami examination
nation examination being provided Canal Zone
women who attend the commit

SfPfi I

Fort Sherman Leaves 250 CZ Scouts

Memories,
All the scouts, their leaders and
some visiting parents assembled
in the campfire circle overlooking
Limon Bay where a giant bonfire
was touched off by scouts who ar
rived on the scene by a cayuco
dressed as Indians. All the troops
USAF Admits Sabre
Shot Down By Reds
Violated Armistice
SEOUL, March 8 (UP) The
U.S. Air Force admitted today
that a Sabre was flying over North
Korean territory Thursday when
it was shot down by Communist
guns.
The pilot, presumably captured
by the Reds, was identified as
Capt. Leon Pfeiffer, of Kenosha,
Wis.
"A violation of the armistice
agreement apparently did occur,"
an Air Force spokesman saw, as
the wreckage of the plane is in
North Korea."
The Sabre was downed while on
a low-level simulated "ground sup
port training mission with anoth
er Sabre for Repubuc of Korea
troops 65 miles northeast of Seoul.
Pfeiffer parachuted from t n e
doomed craft and the pilot of the
other plane, 1st Lt. Ronald E. Mar
tin, 25, Cincinnati, Ohio, saw ne
saw him floating into Communist
territory.
Shooting down of the plane may
be discussed at the meeting of the
Korean Military Armistice Com
mission which was requested by
the Communists for Monday.
Jt was almost certain that the
Reds would accuse the U.S. of
violating the armistice and invad invading
ing invading Communist air space.
In view of today's statement
by the Air Force spokesman, it
appeared likely the United Nations
command would admit that a vio violation
lation violation took place.
to Cancet
tee's educational programs "will
be a complete standard medical
history and physical examination.
"If this discloses reason for
further pathology tests or X-rays,
this becomes clinical medicine and
will be a part of the regular serv services
ices services provided by the Canal Zone
Government and the Armed Serv
ices."
Webb, noting that the cancer
committee pays all cancer bills
for eligihle patients at Gorgas and
coco mio Hospitals over and a
oove meir insurance coverage,
praised the staffs and facilities at
these hospitals for their ability to
cope witn cancer.
He said "Gorgas has X-Ray for
treatment, radium, blood bank
and laboratories necessary to sup
port au except experimental sur
gical treatment.
"The professional staff is up to
date in medical and surgical know
ledge, mis is one of the thmgs the
Canal Zone Cancer Committee do
es it provides teaching for doc
tors in order that patients may
get the benefit oi all the latest
knowledge, opinion, and techni

que."

Many Stories To Relate

put on skits, some humorous, some
with moral all were entertain entertaining.
ing. entertaining. After constant singing, skits
and other fun the boys returned
to their troop campsites to turn in.
On Sunday morning the scouts
began to break camp and prepar prepared
ed prepared for church services. (Both Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic and Protestant e r vi c e s
were held out in the open at the
campfire circle.
After church call an with fee
eating of the noon meal the Cam Camporee
poree Camporee was officially ended and the
scouts returned to their homes
with many stories to tell and me-
SEATO Military
Advisers Conclude
Two-Day Meeting
MANILA, March 8 (UP) The
military advisers of the Southeast
Asia Treaty Organization e n d e d
their two-day meeting here today
after discussing possible commu communist
nist communist aggression and subversion in
southeast Asia.
Delegates from the -"Philippines.
Thailand, Pakistan, Australia,
France, New Zealand, the United
Kingdom and the U.S. also made
progress in the development of a
SEATO military planning office in
Bangkok.
Another meeting, which will be
the ninth, was scheduled for Bang Bangkok
kok Bangkok in September, 1958.
The Philippines Secretary of Na National
tional National Defense Jesus Bargas clos closed
ed closed the meeting with an address.
The military advisers also:
Discussed forthcoming combin
ed military training exercises, mi military
litary military training on a bilateral bas basis,
is, basis, standardization of technics, ro rotation
tation rotation of SEATO personnel and ad administrative
ministrative administrative and budgetary mat matters
ters matters relating to the. military side
of the organization.
Following the closing of the mili military
tary military advisers meeting today, Ma Manila
nila Manila prepared to welcome foreign
ministers here next Monday, for a
SEATO council of ministers.
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take down Old Glory during

mories which will last at least un un-til
til un-til the next Camporee.
Saddened Explorers
Leave 18 Huskies
To Face Starvation
jSJkf JJPanes. explorers ar-
they hid to leWe 18 husky don
lo dMth Antarcti to
They explorers, erushed by fail-
nrli0 J winter D" t
Ongul Island, were brought her
i, JaPnes ship Soya Maru.
Also aboard were nine huskies,
all that remained of the 27 known
to have been alive at the base.
Expedition leader Prof. Takes!
Nagata said the other dogs were
stated out with food suppSes and
5t!j.m Portable ,as possible.
But he said he did not thtoklhey
would live more than three weeks.
The Soya Maru was unable to
get closer than 70 miles to the
base because of pack ice. Even
then it nearly was trapped.
A ski equipped plane ferried
out 11 men and nine dogs before
buzzard conditions made flying
impossible. The men and dogs
formed part of last year's expe expe-dition.
dition. expe-dition. Although a quarter of the relief
expedition's 430 tons of supplies
had been flown in, they had to
be abandoned, too.
Nagata said the expedition held
out hope up to the last minute
that a relief team could be flown
in for the winter and that is why
the dogs were not killed.
Ice Closet In
"But the Soya was unable to
remain in position because the
thick pack ice was closing in fast
and it had to get out quickly,"
Nagata said. "If I had thought
we would not be able to man the
base for the winter we would
have shot the dogs.'
He said he expected to face
heavy criticism when he arrived
home.
Capt. M. Matsumoto, skipper of
the ship, said the decision to
abandon the base was made very
reluctantly after long conferences.
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