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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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
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Panama -- Panama

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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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UL IN THE GAME Pvt. William T. Sears Is congratulated after receiving the US. Treas Treasury's
ury's Treasury's lifesaving award by screen actress Terry Moore, left, and his mother, Mrs. Lloxu Sears,
of Santa Clara. Sears was presented the award by Gov. William E. Potter, in cerermnlei held
at Balboa Stadium yesterday, for savins; the life of a Boston dentist at Santa Clara beach
last summer. (U.S. Army Photo) Ej

BILL

GETS HIS MEDAL

iM wiu by

At a colorful and dramatic ce ceremony
remony ceremony jcaiuuay at oaiuoa 6ta-
Uiuui, i vi. vviiiiam X. seaib, a
mcuioer oi Uie unst Airborne Di Di-Vioiwi,
Vioiwi, Di-Vioiwi, run iampeu, aj aim a
resiutiit oi aautai uara, received
um u.a. ifeasurys suver uit uit-svuis
svuis uit-svuis uieuat trow, Gov. William
jj. ruiiet.
i ne medal was presented him
far kwimm.ng in e roon tea
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y.steroay to.rescto tr. ReH
reuoiot, a oosion, Mass.,
cwtinsi, wno had been swept en

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oi rauaM 6verumeut ana mtti mtti-uaictaiv
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iioua oeari, oi oanta uara,v saw
siiiT receive tn coveieu awaru
. &.Jir aiter a citation ac-

1. Ulll ww-
toaipanyms the medal na been

lau Dy tapi. Uiristopner wueei wueei-....
.... wueei-.... ,.ictrtt nrfifessof of military

science and tactics, Balboa High

School.
The silver lifesaving medel is
the rst of its kind to be present present-j
j present-j i. nu. rnl Tan.

c..J ..,. then nresented with

a combined honor guard composed
-l t (rnm the. 1st Battle

ri.,.n. 90th Tnfantrv and 764th

AAA Battalion, the USARCARB
i ,i nlatnnn of RUXLr

cadets from Balboa High School

arid .the 79th Army cana.
;.i a Pntter and-Capt

1 nv iire .
t-i rt ir mrlitarv assistant

to the -Governor, in reviewing the
honor guard.
Sears was given special leave
from his unit to fly by MATS
tilane to receive the award m the
Sal Zone. He arrived last Satur-
da ftosMMt Hlh Seh001
whre Sears formerly was en enrolled,
rolled, enrolled, were dismissed from das-

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE ALTERNATES of the three

members ol the Civil Service

Board" who resigned last Fgday

have also submitted their resig
nations, leaving the board minus

all its memDers.

The resignations, which were
submitted to President do la
Cuerdia, claimed lack of -interest
and cooperation on the part
of the President.

Two Night Drivers
Fined for Using
GiariM Headlights

tn.he a crack-

Ajwb on night drivers' who fail to
Eve $! bout dimming
their lights on Caml
two drivers were each fined
fa mm Magistrate's Court to-
, dhe fine tor this traffic rnfrac rnfrac-'
' rnfrac-' tm?h.s usually ranged at a lower
??re,..-l- "nnrnnrnte beam"

for U9fft r j j
headtight so that the rays blinded
neB j,; fines were im

F ulgencK) inn
1 namanians. a n
Both were picked up on Bruja
; a'nda, in addition, was convict convict-J
J convict-J jXving no windshield sicker

imposition .oi msuvcuwj

was graduated from Balboa Hieh

School in June 1957 and enlisted
in the Regular Army after taking
a bicycle trip through Europe.
He, is currently assigned to B
Company, 1st Battle Group, 501st
Airborne Infantry, of the 101st
Airborne Division, at Fort Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Ky.
In his freshman year at high
schortL he was inter scholastic div-

fnff chamnion on the school team

and in 1956 won the uanai Aone

diving championship during the

July 4 swimming meet.

During his last year oi scnooi

he was employed as a lifeguard

at the. Ralboa swimmine pool.

Amone the many firends who

watched the ceremony with MrsJ

stars were Dr. and Mrs. Frank

and fatailv. the Very

lWainert J. Peterson, dean

of St. Luke's Cathedral, and Mrs

Peterson: Siguard E. Esser, sup-

The Panama Rpfininif Porn. Re-

fineria Panama S.A.) has" decided
f KeHrlnn nloni (nw ik- t n ct a 1 1 1

tion of an oil refinery on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side, a morning tabloid re-
nnrtaH tnHav

The paper said it was unable to

get any details other than the
biggest shareholder in the firm
had miller! nut nf the nnnporn

A considerable amount of mon money
ey money has been spent by the compa company
ny company in preparatory work for the
installation of the refinery.
U.S. financier D. K. Ludgwig,

who is known to be one of the

owners, visited here recently a a-board
board a-board his yacht.
ROTC Field Night
Set For Friday

At Mount Hope
The tenth annual field night of
the Cristobal and Balboa H i e h

I School ROTC units, appearing a jrt

m. in Mount HorW stadium.

This is the high point ef the
school for both cadet battalions
and the competition to take home
the awards provided by the Gov

ernor and various civic organiza

tions on the Canal Zone, is usual

Keen.

Ceremonies will ODen with a re

view in honor of Canal Zone Gov
William E. Potter. After the open

ing review, competition will be

held to determme the best squad,
platton, and company in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone ROTC. The best three in

dividual cadets in the ROTC U-

nits will also be chosen, based on
the cadets' appearance, bearing,

and Knowledge of Military sci

ence.

After completion of the compe competitions,
titions, competitions, performances of the drill
teams of both iBalboa and Cristo

bal Hieh Schools are scheduled.

The evening will conclude with

tlw nresentation Of awards and a

final review by the Cadet Regi

ment.

The Regimental staff for field
night as announced by Maj Rov Rov-ert
ert Rov-ert N. Stores, professor of mili military
tary military science and tactics of the
fanal Znn ROTC. will be: reci-

screen star Terry Moore; Einar mental commander, Cadet toi.

Paul Bennett ot Bamoa, resiiucu resiiucu-tai
tai resiiucu-tai Merntive' officer. Cadet Lt.

Col. James M. Brooks of tristo-

hot rofimental adiutant. 111161

Capt. Claude E. Cabanllias of
Criistobal and regimental opera

tions officer, caaet api.
Zardon. .
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oen o-oen to the general public. Suffi-
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cient parting space wm
iAA tr those wishins to attend.

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The National Guard this morn morning
ing morning arrested a 15-year-old Panama

nian boy after an all mgnt searcn
and charged him with the fatal
stabbing of a young policeman

last night in the suburban oor-

ough of Betania.
Carlos Augusto Tejada, who
stabbed policeman Onel Osooio Lu Luna,
na, Luna, 21, twitfe last thight, was ar arrested
rested arrested in the Fruta de la Pava
shanty town, on a hill behind the
new brewerv, and ibout a mile a a-way
way a-way from the scene off the stab-
hi no

Two more teenagers, Bilirto
A. Canales ed Patricio Pela Pelade.,
de., Pelade., .re hW for ques questioning
tioning questioning regaining; the stabblns).
They nd Tieda; are membere
of the teeneiii "Bl.ck lagle'
gang, which has been terroriz terrorizing
ing terrorizing the Betenie community a a-lom,
lom, a-lom, with the "Caliph" an the

"IMack Fleet"1 gangs.
Existence of the gangs, whose
members' stage "wars" against

each other or stana on
ictino oirk who walk by.

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has been causing considerable con

cern among the residents oi te tetania
tania tetania for some time.
Osorio was one of four police policemen
men policemen assigned to plainclothes duty

in the Betania area iasi

a move aimed at curbing the ac
tivities of the juvenile gangs.
Accompanied by Carlos Dacos Dacos-ta,
ta, Dacos-ta, a fellow guardsman, Osorio
came noon a erouD of boys stand-

ine near a hbuse and ordered

them to break ud the gatnenng

1 Instead of obeying the order,
Teiarla is said to have Dulled a

switchblade knife with which he

threatened Osorio, who was unarm
ed except for his nightstick.
Tejada and the policeman
then engaged in brief a Strug Strug-lo.
lo. Strug-lo. during which Qterio was

,!.t.Wy strtbe.tbJ thnh.

ana on mi

en his left sWe i
while the other
their heels.

beys took to

Ferguson Tells
Local-Rate Forum

Panama Canal commissory customers will have to
make up the shortages discovered in some commissaries,
Supply and Community Service director L A- Ferguson
told last night's Customers Forum for Latin American
MMmnniliAc

The shortages have been unofficially estimated at a a-bout
bout a-bout $30,000.
Feirnucnn cnid thnt nlttiAiiiik lnc uAre rnncirlr.

able in comparison with normal operations in the past,
t U NMmmlc ihuaIuaJ fnftl m .nl n I iia in imiiiKiii,iiiil mi

IIIS UMIUUMIJ IIITUITtU IUIUI U 1HUMISIJ 11191 Mil IVUII t ftVt-
centage of overall operations.

He said the shortages are about one-tourth ot such
losses normally expected in Stateside business with com-

parable sales volumes.

The investigation of these losses is being continu continued,"
ed," continued," Ferguson said. "I can assure you that the necessary
corrective measures will be taken, and at a very early

UUIC.

Several representatives at last niaht's meetina ex

pressed resentment that Latin American employes in the

mfct had been publicly owmfd ju a group by represen-

iren groups Before tfny official announcement had been

made on the exact sources ot the losses.

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Tryouts For New
CuiM Production
Scheduled Tonight
Tryouts for the new Theatre
riuiM niav "The Tender Trap,

will he held aeain tonight at 7:30

, at the Theatre Guild in Ancon.
"! Tender Tran." under Ihe

-direction of Kathy Wilber, calls
'for a cast of our men and four
uiaiw an

AH those- interested nT-psrT t

BILL' SEARS, now of the 101st Airborne Division, Fort Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Ky., receivea the U.S. Treasury's silver lifesaving award
from Cams! Zone Gov. William E. potter. (U.S. Army Photo)

ses to attend the stadium cere- erintendent of Canal Zone Schools;
rr ir.. ij

invMjr. Mjiecu situ icily miKue; fjinar

An outstanding athlete, Sears T. Anderson, first secretary of the

uintcu amies uuiwaasjr ill raua-
ma; Henry Donovan, director of
Civil Affairs, Canal Zone; Max
Heurtematte. Panama's Minister

of Government and Justice, and

Mrs. Heurtematte.
Sears is scheduled to spend

few days leave with his mother

before returning to his unit at Fort

Campbell, Ky., next Saturday.

Driver Of Parked
Death Truck Held
For Manslaughter

Prnhohle pause was found In

Balboa Magistrate's Court this

morning in a charge of involunta involuntary
ry involuntary manslaughter brought against

AUraAn Msrin 34. a Panamanian.

niiivuv -j

Marin is charged witn navmg

miifiii v and un aw hi v naraea a

dump truck on Thatcher Highway

at 5:55 a.m. March 3, ana mspiay mspiay-ino
ino mspiay-ino nn warning sienals. thereby.

without malice, causing the death
nt Nnrhcrtft Rivas.

The accident victim, Rivas, was
IrilleH instantlv when a c h i v a

crashed into the parked trucK m
the pre-dawn darkness.
Four other chiva passengers died

later as a result ot tne smasnup
rfocorihoH as One Of the WOTSt in

Canal one history. The accident

occurred hot far from Arrarjan.
In Pnin-t tnflav truelr driver Ma

Ui - -
rin 1-iinierl that his vehicle was

moving at the time lt was side-

swiped by the chiva.
Several other witnesses, howev

er, told the court that not Only
was the truck stopped, but Marin

was outside of his vehicle.

Thomas Edison's

Son Is Visitor

At Gatun Locks
rharles Edison, former Govern

nt the state of New Jersey

nil enn nf Thomas A. Edison, the

famous inventor, was a Visitor at

Gatun locks Monaay. a passenger
aboard the cruise ship .Homeric,
Edison took the tour of the locks

together with other passengers a
Wji-h the liner.

in addition to serving a term as

Governor of New Jersey, Edison
was also assistant secretary of the
tt e Maw from 1937 to 1919 and

Secretary of the Navy from 1:139
to 1940. He now lives in L'ewfllyn
. .i n XT T 1 :

Fane, wesi urange, r.., anu is
frntirot the various Edison -inter-

Eight New Employes

Join (anal Company

nm omnlnvM One from

the United States, joined the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization during the asi
,n weeks in February, according

to the regular report issued by

the Personnel Bureau.
Recruited in the United States
was William C. vyilToughby, a na

tive of Scootsbluff, Nebraska,
has been employed as a graduate

intern engineer on the r&ci ic

Locks. He served as a maciumai
r,iir.a u,ith ths Panal from

mis in low and was emnloved for

iJW W 1

a short time in 1952 as a macum-

ist.

Three of the new employes ai-
k.J nrovinnc evnerienre With

the Canal. They are Victor n.

May, locks security patrolman ai
A Me Arthur, grad

uate intern construction engineer

in the Engineering uivision; anu
Joseph C. Stokes, wood and steel
carman in the Railroad Division.
Other new employes are Rich Richard
ard Richard D. Mehan, policeman in Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mary N. Overstreet, staff
nurse at Coco Solo HosDital: Bar-

hara Tt. Tteiishrh. staff nurse at

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Korea Hnsnltal- and JOnn n.

US Tanker Mantis
Makes First Transit
Thru Panama Canal

On her first trip through the
n.n.i fnn.v is the big US flag

l-i. ni..ii uih fh arrived in

tanner ... jtL

Cristobal Sunday trora iu
a cargo of gasoline and. diesel oil

a 1 I unn

lor lotai uoc.

The payload was consigneu .v
Esso. Fernie and Company are
agents for the 661ft long tanker,
built in Baltimore. The vesse is
oo i wide and has a dead-weight

tonnage of 33,000 tons
After discharging part of her car
go in Cristobal, the Atlantis came
s T ake vesterdav and

isPProceedingBa boa today

She wu oiscnarge uic "-"-----er
of her cargo on the Pacif c side
and then return northbound in bal

last. .. .. u the

The Atlantis is "?
Mar-Trad Corp., of New York.

nn;n in the aid of the eompa

i hion, Dacosta disarmed Tejada but

released him when usono tea io
the ground bleeding. Dacosta ran

to pick rum up.
Meanwhile, Tejada comman commandeered
deered commandeered a bicycle from Ptrico Pa Pa-lacio,
lacio, Pa-lacio, 15, who happened to be

riding bv at tne momeni, auu in

serted the scene.

An all night search failed to pro

duce Tejada until tms mon...B
when was found hiding in the

shanty town toiiowing a ".uua. w w-house
house w-house search.
Telada's adopted mother, Mrs.
Saturnine Avile Tejeda, told po police
lice police feday that she M not
knew him to carry e knife anei
that he had always been weM weM-behaved
behaved weM-behaved until recently when
started stayln9,eut until late at
night with ether boys.

-j tK.t vesterdav he had

Sne SHM1 le
i.m since 2 TJ.m. WWhOUt

leu iiuiuc

returning. y. . v..-

The oeaa pwi"'. -.,,
a member of the National Guard

for little over a yei.

The
Judge's Bench

was ouisiue m "'o venture. u. ;--
jiirrge John E. Denting st fctttStmstm, commissart supervisor in
kt i son nr Marin 1 the SuDOlV Division.

the Supply Division.

Youth Swipes Truck

Outside Clubhouse,
Gels Fine, Sentence

A 17-year-old boy who took a
commissary truck witteHrt permis permission
sion permission and turned it over whiU driv driving
ing driving tit without a Canal Zone li license
cense license faced justice in.Belbot
Magistrate's Court yesterday.
Nicolas Kuruklis was lined $50
i.uiy. o vehicle unlawfully for

lor la luiifi
temporary use. He was also givn
a 5-day jail sentence. But the jail
term was suspended and tne
..tt. i.,c nut nn one year s pro

bation on the condition that he

break no law, and mat ne reim reimburse
burse reimburse the Panama Canal Compa Company
ny Company within 30 days for the dam;
age to the vehicle.

He was aiso. uncu xv w
ing no license.
Young Kuruklis is a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizen. His father is i con

cessionaire at the curunou serv service
ice service renter The truck was stand

ing outside the service center
when Kuruklis took it.

Th incident occurred at 11:35

a.m. on Mar. 8.

Hezekiah Coleburr 69 a British
West Indian, was fined $10 in Bal
VagiCdoay

having overir.c, ,alr
on Thatcher Highway withou mak making
ing making sure it could be V. Y r
For loitering m Ancon t e sir
Augusto Reyes, 22, Panamanian
ftU?Br.u Anaricio. 19.

ana .smei
Panamanian, were fined $10 and

tTSEw, with defective brakes

-Dt jre Eduardo Sousa, 24,

W V D .
Panamanian, a $15 line.
...ut Aik.tn Avals. 24. Pana

JUliu niuo"
manian, was lined for overloading
u... j riM r.eoooldo San-

niS UUo, an" M"
chez. 31. Panamanian, was fined

for having no windshield sticner

First Aid Classes
At Rainbow City,

Santa Cruz Slated

n Millor first aid instruc

rvuuicv iuimw -- t .r .

i ...ill dart classes in lirsi aia

IUI fw
t the next meeting o the Rain

bow City Civil Detense voiumeer
Corps. The volunteers wld meet

at the school at e:3U p.m., wow-

row.

The regular Santa em volun volunteer
teer volunteer Corps meeting will be held
Wednesday a the Service Center
8 p.m. William H. Gordon!, first
aid instructor, will continue with
this civil defense first aid class.
All mem hers nf the ClVil De-

fehse Volunteer Corps are urged
in. attend the meetings and the

general public is invited.

The making up of shortages was

a'so a feature of an entertaining
discourse, bi W.C. Bain, head of
the wholesale grocery unit, on the
wonders of "Royal Jelly," a prod product
uct product of the honey bee recently in introduced
troduced introduced in the retails stores.

He explained that the Com

missary Branch has had diffi

culty 'in supplying the demand

for Rove I Jelly which is reput

ed to have exceptionally invi

gorating qualities.

I
Ha nrnmiseri tn allocate a nuan-

tity to the Latin American stores
soon.

Ferguson announced that Gov.

William E. Potter has approved
eYtensinn nf the deferred navment

plan for non-citizen employes with

commissary purcnase privileges.
The deferred payment plan was
recently instituted in the U. S. S.-rate
rate S.-rate retail stores and a request for

its extension to au employes naa
been made at a forum in Decem

ber.

Ferguson announced that the

same plan will be in effect in
ail stores. This provides for pay

ments uy payroll deductions tor
purchases of household and sim similar
ilar similar items with a unit nrira nf

$50 or mere. Th payments may

be spread ever e maximum pe period
riod period of 10 months.

The nuarterlv fnrum last nicrht

3 A--, i 1 .. A i. i.

was aevoiea in large pari io ie
presentation of merchandise re recently
cently recently added to stocks in the re retail
tail retail stnres

The hie conference tahli in Ihe

board room of the Administration
RnilHine where the fnrum wa held

was covered with various displays

oi tood, snoes, ciotning, and novel novelty
ty novelty items.

Attending the quarterly session
were heads nf various whnlesnle u.

nits of the Commissary Branch to
nresent the new lines and answer

questions raised by the various re

presentatives rrom organizations m
the Latin American communities.

Ferguson particularly urged re

presentatives to canvas the mem-

uersnip oi ineir organizacions In
advance on soecific nuestinns tn

Be raised during the forum and

to take back to their organizations
reports on the meetings.
After a discussion e theater
end motion pictures shown in
the Letin American towns, Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson asked representatives to
canvass residents en the ques question
tion question of scheduling new movies
more promptly et increased!
prices.
Representatives also asked for
a wider distribution of the week-
lv movie nrnrr-jmc

A detai'ed explanation of the
term "special stock" was given
after a question on the subject
was raised by one representative.
Much of the time last night

was devoted to a ouestion-and-

answer period on specific items of
merchandise at the various retail
stores or desired by customers.
Attending the forum was a re representative
presentative representative group from all Latin

American towns.

Burned Victims
Of Plarie Crash
On Serious List

Late this morning, Gorges Hos- J

pita I reported that tht condition
ef two young Zeniant who suf

fered third degree burns in e
Sunday plane accident is unchanged.

Richard Gau, II, of Babee,
end Douglas Schmidt, 21, ef An Ancon,
con, Ancon, ere still in a serious con condition.
dition. condition. The condition of Merto Raneel,
aeed sever), a Panamanian boy
who wes seriously injured yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a noon bus accident
en Theteher Highway, is termed
fair, end he ie slifhtlv imprev imprev-Jut
Jut imprev-Jut he, too, is still ,on the
seriously ill list.

Kids, Maids Flee

As 5-Foot 'Gator
Visits Margarita
The residents of Margarita prob-'
ably feel that they should qualify
these days as exoerts in jungl
training-.- in the alligator depart department
ment department anyway.
A reminder that in the tropics,
the jungle is never joo iar from
civilization came yesterday when
startled house owners found a
five-foot alligator slithering happi happily
ly happily along a drainage ditch in that
section of the town nearest tha
East Diversion.
Women, chi'dren and m a i d a
ran for cover as the- Cristobal po-

lice arrived to dispose m uie mg
reptile. The fata' shots were fired
hv srt William Hushes, who re

ported it took two volleys of

buckshot to do the deed.
Although alligators come in
much larger sizes, a five-footer
can be dangerous, police reported.
It was surmised that this par particular
ticular particular customer came from the
East Diversion where dredging o o-perations
perations o-perations are now being carr:d
on by the Dredging Division as
part of the drainage work on the
Atlantic side for mosquito control.

Expert On Rockets
Nickerson Sneaks
To PTAers Tonight
Col. John C.Nickerson, the roc rocket
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before the Uiamo aeignis rait-u.9.
Teachers Association tonight on

(he subject oi science ana auwr
tion. -The
meeting js to begin aTJ
p.m.

are invited.

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Letters ata received frarefully and ara handled i a wtusllv confilrUI

Labor News

And

Comment

It Won't Budge

By VICTOR RIESEL

If von contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it deots't appear the

sat day Letters arc published in the order received
lease try to keep the letters limited to one page length
Identity at letter writers is held in strictest ronfidence
This newspaper assumes no responsibility to statements or oaIaIam
expressed In letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

LETTER OF APfrBEClATlON
I'd like to make a lew comments in reference to a letter
of appreciation mat is oemg cucuiaveu aiounu me suops ui
tue engineer at n. uavis, so an employe loimeriy i tne
Auanut aiue now uansaeneo. to ihe i-acaic siue. ne letter

unmtu u:njU7 man nnurs without, a iOSl-illlle aCClueill aud

i..i.uuH miies without a venicie accident, n ceii-amiy is a u,g

joKe or uon t the imhet ups reaiiy know wtia, is guuig oil.'

ttnat about ihe cieciucian who ieii oil a iaaaer some ago

ntwi stni nas not icen reieasea lo ao Dacn 10 worn. nai

about tne man who lost nis lingers in the equipment snop
and hau to leport back to tne snop alter the docoi .vas nnsu nnsu-ca
ca nnsu-ca with him, to hang around ana get nis time, just 50 a -ost
time report would not be made up on mm? vvuat aoout tne
lenow wbo broke bis five toes and bad to report oasn into tne
snop in pain, just so a lost time report would not be make
tor him? i'nen the poor iellow was sp bad oil one day he
took sick leave and didn't come in to work, and the man who
got the letter of appreciation made them change it to annual
leave instead of sick leave. It's nice to be able to report so
much time without a lost time accident and so man miles
without a vehicle accident but it shouldn't be done at the
expense of the injured employe, after all he's human.
I also know of several vehicle accidents that happend not
so very long ago.
As far as the employes at Davis are concerned the letter

of appreciation Is a big joke. For everyone knows lis not a
true picture, and they bnow at whose expense it was gotten.
It is a farce and should be looked into by the right people,
for this letter of appreciation is not deserved.
Oite Who Knows

SOCIAL NOTES FROM RIO ABAJO

Sir:

Known as "Splash." and a resident of Parque Lefevre, I
have been wrongfully accused by "Peace-loving Rio I Aba jo
Resident' (Mail Box. March 8) of smoking marijuana and of
being a former annate of Gamboa penitentiary. The writer
of th eletter referred to "Flash," but from the contex: ne'was
clearly meant' me. I am not a marijuana addict nor and

alcoholic and I nave never served a sentence in Gamboa.
"Peace-loving Rio Abaio Resident" could better have occupied

the writing time he spent staining a young man's morals in

utging time out to kui tne roaches and mosquitos in his own
home.
Splash

Sir:

WMtr 4 JW I 1 r 1

"'y 1 sumeone wirn xnownow take over the program
scheduling for CFN-TV? Who ever does it now is out to lunch, so to
ir-JVtlV' theiT Progrm wr 3 Pm. to 8 p.m. Monday, March 12:
3:00 CFN News.
3:15 Dinah Shore advertising 1956 Chevrolets.
3:30 College News Conference. I'm -sur housewives and kid kiddies
dies kiddies enjoy this.
4:00 Winky Dink. Whacky.
4:30 Kid-Jies' Komer. Crackv.
5:00 Roy Rogers. Hacky.
5:30 to 7:00 Tjhis is the most useless program of the day. Ar Articles
ticles Articles discussed here could be covered in base or organization pa

llia, lime iui ranorama snouia ne cupped to 15 minutes hews and
sport wa.;ch:ng it as it is now, I become so bored I shut off the
set .nd go to the movie.
T:00 General Psychology No. 9. Leave this off. and inform the

ui 'i can oe suiniea through UvM l.
"7:30 Twenty One, I don't believe these big-money answer games
are Tf interest to anyone except those profiting from being on the
program.
So from 3:00 to 7:30, or four and a-half hours, there is nothing,
absolutely nothing of interest to televiewers.
Yoii can gel four and- a half hours of equal boredom at the

same time on the same station, most every day.
Out to Lunch

Peppery' little Dave Dubinskv

neeua more puoiicity ake juaruya
Aiouroe neeus more curves, with

me puis ana neeaies oi ten tnou tnou-sauas
sauas tnou-sauas wnirnhg sewing machines,
wiin the huge eagie-oeaked biack

scissors ana the, electric cutting
machines, Uubinsky s gentle, ar-

gumeniauve, oack-weary x.auX

uaimem MiorKers nave smcucki

lUadiaer an empae wnich has

savea governnieuis aoroad and

oeai oacK underground tommumst
"apparais."
it nas icnt millions tb employers,
ruu a college, prouucea a suiusu
nn musical ajki a ami. It has gone
lmo par mer snip wan the hocaetel hocaetel-lers,
lers, hocaetel-lers, worked cioseiy wan uie v a
..v ., puvmeu nousing for sol sol-uicrs,
uicrs, sol-uicrs, sailors and uyoos, otiilt a
quarter 01 a baiiou aouar porUo porUo-bo
bo porUo-bo of tunas pui, uuui uus weex,
naan t run a uress strike in 2o

years.

bouie years ago, another nation national
al national laoor cmei, wiiese name is a
nousenoia oy-woru, seat a commit
lee to tiuomsKy asKing just uuw
'D.D.'.' stayed m the news wiui wiui-out
out wiui-out treating regular rucicruoes.

Wtao was Have puoucilygenius?

tne committee asxeu.

uuDiasxy looKeu out of his glass-

plaicu omce at K10 xtroauWay,
iNew tone uty, m wnat was iorm

eriy tne eastern neadquariers oi

tne rora motor Co., ami im

pishly said, "1 am. The commit

tee retmned to tne lniemationaily

prominent labor leaaer wno sent

tiiein auu reported' mat uu-

oinsKy reiused to reveal ms secret.

imuinsity's secret was and is

the smashing or la Dor's provinc provinc-ahsiu.
ahsiu. provinc-ahsiu. ne uas' oeeu aDie to tee

peyoud tne rag jungie irom which

mere jet streams over two buiion
uouars worth 01 lauies' dresses,

cioas;8, suits aim toveaer unmeu unmeu-tionaoies.
tionaoies. unmeu-tionaoies. uuoiasKy is the "boss" and has
been tor ia years, tie rioes in a
teiepnoac-equippea limousine waen
ne isu t Dicyciuig or sucaKaig uown

to ianuy s ana ott ms uiet. iitut
"littie uavia has pickea on tne
giants.
wnea the Italian Communist Par Party
ty Party uaeaieiieu to taKe over itaiy
iubmsky auu ms pedpie neiped

uuuu an opposition party, tiaea

oommunist minaators m our Ai

liea ivianary Government in Ger
many provmea Communist unions
wmi enougu paper to print aisuioii

uugazuiei, in tne post-war iteich

ami denied anti-tommuiust laoor

even afleam 01 ouioasiuii paper

aufioinslt ahd ms peopie ncipeu
resurrect k Demoorauc Germany

witn money typewriters, tooa ana

car 0011 sneets tne weapons ot a
new type war.

rrrH,m. lim rfAW w?.

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merry-go -Round

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Walter Winchell In New York

Sir:

STAMP COLLECTOR.

I would be grateful if vou could nut me in contact with some

one with whom I could exchange stamps in your country.
Coral Sayers (Miss),
Bermuda News Bureau,
50 Front Street,
Hamilton, Bermuda

NOISES AT NIGHT

Sir:

Why is It necessary for all trains and shifts passing Ft. Clayton
to blow their horns all the time'' Anyone living on the front side of
this post cannot get a good night's sleep, neither can thev keep their
habits and small children asleep. Even the cranes working on the
locks add to the confusion at night by blowing their horns.

Most people who are housed at the front of Ft. Clayton try to

get quarters tanner pack, or try to be sent to Ft. Kobbe or some

piac ise wnere they will be out of the noise.
Thfre are bells and gates at the crossings. If neoule usinir these

cronine. can't hear the bells they would never hear the whistle, so
Int .- mamb.aw L 1 j : l .

pqgjrvvuriuci tire people irjing 10 gei some sleep.
Anri if it if necessary for ships to say goodbye, then let whoever
is concerned go aboard and shake hf.nds instead.
But let's stop some of this unnecessary noie.
No Sleep Charley

Sir:

BALBOA JUNIOR HIGH

Earn and every magazine or nanpr w nfrlr un U olorino with

the need foi educating our young for the next generation. The lit little
tle little rd schnolhouse age is surelv over How, then, can those stuffed
shirts in Balboa Heights sit by and ignore the deplorable condition
of the local junior high?
Why do we need an air-conditioning system in a spacious con-,

crete nuiiaing. percnea in a vulnerable position for trade winds?
iFew rooms there accommodate more than 'five or sit; glorified clerks

wna manage to get themselves elected to grade 11 or better jobs.
Let them all move down to that shack for a couple of years, and
I m surn the administration of the Canal will increase in magnitude.
Will Governor Potter please pay Balboa Junior High a visit
dunn? class session, or at change of -class time. Can he ever re remember
member remember attending school under the ame conditions?
Word to the Wise

HIGH-PRICE DRESSES

Sir:

In all this talk pro and con the $150,000 dress shop in Balboa
commissary there has been suspiciously little mention of how easy
it is for these hard-done-by Canal Zone dames to buy themselves
any old higl -priced dress they like in Panama. If it's high prices
they want, l'.mama can oblige. i

vicking honorably as alvavs tb the understanding that their
purpose is to supply Zonians only with, the essentials of life, the
commissaries have come,ip with the decision that high-priced, fan-
ocluail dresses are every bit as basic to daily living as a pdund
ot rice and t can of beans. So be it. Naturally if the dress is basic,
so is the je elry to go with It. So we'll have the commissaries in
tne diamond business. Only essential diamonds, of course.
Brutus

But he never neglected building
the international auies Garment
Workers Union irom aa ouaa
whicu was $2,000,000 in tne hole
in lazy to the taoor empriie at to today
day today witn -maj,uou,u0u in trusted

weaare ami pensin tuaus ana

SaO.Oou.Uou in tne garaen variety

treasuries.
'Ul tnese monies, almost $90,000,

000 soon will oe investeu m iow

cost uousmg some in partner

ship witn tne Koceietler iaC
housing Corp., ana some for tne
men wuo win be flying out of a

new inter-contmentai tfallietic

Missile range.
Back in 1932, the union had
850 shops unoAr com race loaay,
titer Aim over U,uu. then, the
union covered on.y 26 cities-'
today, it is in J3b. Tiven, they
had ii locias tooay, there aio
more man 0. Tnen, tner were
lets than 24,004 vnioniitd ntioie
workers including tome mig.ii
ty hungry ones, I can personal personally
ly personally at tesi. Today, there are 441, 441,-000
000 441,-000 or 85 percent of the in'
dustry.
Mo one man runs such a labor
empire, then, be ILGwU had no

outers ana siau members, lo

aay, there are almost l.'fOu. Then,
they pincnea together some $80,
000 for organizing purposes.' lo
day, more than z,000,000 a year
is spent on membership recruiting.
Dubinsky s neeole trades work workers
ers workers were tne first to launch a inn

ing Institute, to make certain that
professionally preparea career careermen
men careermen took over irom the Self-eau
cated garment workers of 1910.
..Uniaue anywhere in this world,

this labor college provides a year

of full-time training for future u

nion organizers, local managers,

eaucation directors and' other la
bor careerists. No tuition is charg
ed. And each year the school gra

duates 25 men and women who

join the union's permanent staff.
Some $3,000,000 a year is spent
on 20 health centers and four mo mobile
bile mobile medical units. The union has

a mountain top summer piaygruuuu
for the members and an in industrial
dustrial industrial engineering departent
to help keep mpWers efficient.
Samll wonder this D u b i n s k y
swings like a rusty .gate when he
strikes. He's been pretty busy with

some other things.

COLYUMIST IN A HURRY
The G-Men are hep to the under
ground buzz that top racketeers
are al eeedly tryinu to Durchase

Tropical Parck racetrack (Miami)
and the Bowie track i Maryland.
Presumably using respectable
"front-men" in the dealsf. .

The bookmaking and numbers
rackets (around the 48 states)

are rapidly dwindling because FBI
agents keeD "inauirine" ahont

leading hoodlums and racketters

muscling m, etc. fThe most tor torrid
rid torrid scandal (in the Broadway a a-rena)
rena) a-rena) involves the romantic di

does of a leading femme figure
fin1 o nnrt nin hil'n J

a nil a Ul aula UCUL.

If the gal's husband ever finds

out he will commit murder. .
Don't invite Tony Randall "(the
topflight actor) andbook writer
Al Morgan CWBreat Man'T)
to the same round table. .DonH
plan a shindig with Lex Barker

ana Gina Lulu's hubby getting
your invites. .Insiders say Ger German
man German actress Maria Schell. is not
CO-opping with MGM's uress HPnt

which is trying to give her a
fmmine buildup. .You pan in

vite those odd pairs (but-they-are-

me-uesi-oipais; aept: Helen Kel
ler and Harnn Marv u i.

---- . .nun
Hudson, who plays heroes, and

A.uri Aaznar, wno plays villains

. .jenniter Jones, who is so shy
antj introverted, and Elaine

atriicn, who ain't. . Don't invite
milliners Walter Florell and Mr.
John tb the same fashion show.

. .Ana aon t subpoena to the
same courtroom Nathan Leopold

ana Meyer Levin, author of

compulsion.
Add Don't Inyjtes: MGM direc director
tor director Richard Brooks and a Los
Angeles cinema orac e, who rap rapped
ped rapped "The Freres Karamazov."
Coasters report the Metro exec
will wring the critic's neck"
. .(Now Richard! Freedom of the'
press, you know). .Raos are
always interesting when they are
about the other fella's movie.
Elvis just witnessed Brigitte Br Br-dot
dot Br-dot (for the first time) in a fiJn
and flint. He raves: "She the liv liv-in
in liv-in end!". .(O, I dunno). .The
reason Venetia Stevenson has that
new very short hair-don't! She
tried to give hersel' a i o m e
perm and sizzled her trpa

Trend of the times: Movieland!

tne fan mag, becomes a teevee
mag with the .Tulv nnmW

Robert Lowery (of teevee's 'Vir.

cus Boy") has eone limn fnr

Frances Crane, an Arthur Murray
beaut Bon Roi-sT (ontVi'o ... i-

, miui o die 111
the talent casting section) has
that pained expression for Iovp

of Liz Renay, ex-"Miss Arizona."

back from a return booking at

tne uunes in Vegas. Lovely un
draped cuticle all cirl. . .Mrs

Sam Daroif (affectionately known
to pals as Bee) is reportedly get

ting unmarnea to wed a hand handsome
some handsome iellow. Bee is heiress to the
"Botany 500" Philly phamily. .
Tbbi Gordon, dghtr of George
Gordon, one of the Desert Inn
(Vegas) landlords, beepmes the
briae of Dick Golub in June.

Yurropean moneyhoon, Soooo mad madly
ly madly in hi f. . .George DeWitt
breathlessly reports colyumist Lee
Mortimer (escort for local Chi

nese and Japanese beauties) "has

just been admitted to the UN!"

Milton Berle's riotsHislv funnv

hour and a half show at the Larr
in Quarter, in Miami Beach
make fkfl attractive place the

Ben BltisfS of the last. . .A

capacity crowd almost choked
from laughing continuously. .We

nave never witnessed Berle as

fast and funny as he was this
premiere. .Donn Arden produced
the exciting girl stuff. . .High

spots include newcomer baby
doll (in silk diapers) Gina Genar-

di, a diminutive ball of fire: one

ot japan-s loveliest rjirls, Mittukj
Morigai; a beauteaus prima don.
na named Martha Errolft; Bett
George, the eye-filly, who gives
the show a lot of its topic "A"
and three of the swiftest preci precision
sion precision hoofers of all time, the Dun-hills.

which of them would wait on Gi

na LoJobrigida. .Teevee critic
John Crosby says: "No one be

lieves in ratings." Mr. Cros by

means, except trenaex, meisen,

ruise, and American Research!

. ."Lawrence Weik gets highest

rating in wws teeveepoll .

tong-raung-iations!) it was a
Welk-away. .Overheard in Lin-

dys: 'The weather's cleared uo.

Let's get back to knocking peo

ple .Juay Lewis, dghtr of Lo Lo-retta
retta Lo-retta Young, and Joe Tinney. TV

exec, hold their betrothal party
at Bi ly Reed's Little Club March
16. .Harry Kurnitz is doine the

screen story for 20th Century-Fox

on the life o Mike Ramanotf. Ti Title:
tle: Title: "Czardust". .Curtain Call:

Victor Borge's 60-minutertbig time
tevee show. .Marilyn Monroe

is learning Yiddish, IHuHo Bubi)

8& Wk

"Pat" Amber Halladav. rrin.

teuse star, resumed at l.ou Wai.

tefs' Oui-Oui Room at his gay Ca Cafe
fe Cafe De Paris, Miami Beach. Just

The Damon Runyon Cancer Fund
treasure (thanks to' all of vnn in

the 48 States) can report "that the

runa nas reached thirteen mil million
lion million dollars. It has bequests (via
wills) coming in next week that
will put the Fund over the 13
million mark. P;ease attend
the ooenine performance nf thp

Ringling Brothers and Bi'Ttum a

rsauey urcus at Madison Sq,

uaraen on tne April 2nd night.
The Runydng Fund gets the en

the proceeds )that nleht) or the

second time. .Spectators will

see more "first time in Ameri

ca" acts than the Greatest Show

on fcarth has boasted in 18 years.
. .Thanks again to John and
Henry North for their generosity
and to all their perlormers. .
The Runyon Fund's only boast:
"Never a penny ever deducted
for expenses from the donos's dollar!"

The Torch Is Like This: When

you've become iust another buy

. .( It's over when she become
just another girl). .When the on

ly thing longer than your face is
your memory. .(It's over when
you quit thinking of her as your
old girl and start picturing her

as an old woman). . .You are

carrying the torch when your on

ly nourishment is eating your

heart out. . .(It's over, man,

when the pain in your chest is

merely indigestion.)

WASHINGTON- Contrasting

moves to remedy the business
slump have been made at both

ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. Here
are some of them:

AT THI EAST END OF PENN PENNSYLVANIA
SYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Sen. Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson of Texas moved with
amazing efficiency to ram a series
of public works housing, highway
measure through the Senate
They include:
1. A new housing bill totallina

nearly two billion to pump new

nte into the construction industry

It should become law within a mat matter
ter matter of days. Another housing bill

win loiiow shortly

2. Two resolutions urging speed

on qrvil and military Pulbic works.
Though a Democratic' resolution,
18 Republican Senators climbed

aboard, 10 of them candidates for

re-election.

3. A new spped-up highway bill,
which will concentrate highway
construction in 13 years are instead

of more than 20 years as desired

by the administration,

4. A farm bill refusing to take

Secretary Benson's farm price

cuts. This will probably have e-

nough votes to overcome a White
House veto.

5. A reclamation bill, though

Still in Senate committee, will be
passed soon.

Johnson, a past master at par

liamentary procedure, is determin determined
ed determined that most of the above legis-

result by buying Government bonds
from the banks in (he open mar market.
ket. market. r
By lowering the Reserve requlr.
ments, however, the Federal Re Re-serve
serve Re-serve enriched the banks by $500
000,000 tab! eouldjiave been made
available to the Government..
Such are the contrasting move
at each end of Pennsylvania A A-venue.i
venue.i A-venue.i MUCKER'S RED FACE
Reddest face in Washinotnn u.t

week was that of Secretary of the
Army Brucker. Attending a recep reception
tion reception for the West German- Minist Minister
er Minister of Defense, Franz Josef Strauss
Urucker announced:
"The second United States satel satel-lite
lite satel-lite is feeling good and going strong
fm going to hurry back to the
telecom room and track its pro progress."
gress." progress." "I hope the Secretary of the
Army isn't still tracking," remark remark-ed
ed remark-ed one guest laler.- "If so,, he won't
be home to dinner."
WHICH l SOCIALISM?
In" Nashville this

bilt University's Vice Chancellor
John St,ambaugh invited Eisenhow-

jouh reaetai state Action Com Com-mittee
mittee Com-mittee to campaign for "more'loc "more'loc-al
al "more'loc-al responsibility" 'and less Federal
money for slum clearance, voca vocational
tional vocational education, and other welfare
projects.

This put Chancellor Stamburch

lation will speed through the sen-!an.Eisenhower consultant, in

Nat Cole's delightful line (be (before
fore (before doing his steenth encore) at
the Eden Roc: "You're a lovely
audience. If there werea't so ma many
ny many of you, I'd pick up the check"
. .Swank Colonv Restaurant

waiter? tossed coins to decide

This colyum got "Stardust" off

the uusty she.ves of the Mills
Music firm in the early '30s. .

We heard it for the fifst time in
a Greenwich Village honky -tonk,
where a Negro pianist didn't
know its name. He iust keot tink

ling the haunting tune for $1, tips.
. .It was Eddy Duchin at the
Central Park Casino (just ater
he inherited Leo Reisman's piano

mere) who heard us hum it and
said: "That's 'Stardust' ". .And
So, wherever we went those
nights, the orchestras played it to
make us feel good. .Paul While While-man
man While-man and other radio stars featur

ed it on their menus as "W i n

chell's second National Anthem"
and Hoagy Carmichael, who wrote
the great instrumental (no words),
got richer because we '.oved his
beauti ul melody, .Then, the

Mids firm sent ibr Mitvh Parish
(who writes many of the torch
:or "Stardust". .Last night Nat
(King) Cole recited it to Gordon
Jenkins' aranfiement at the E-

den Roc, Miami; Beach. . .The
muted fiddles escorting tho Kin?

maae a lot ot use out front wee:i
a little. .Get Mr. Cole's record

ing and thank us for the-tip. .
We think it is in his Caoitol al-

bum: "Just One of Those Things"
. .Sorry for the haste. Gotta

ne p nampee a benefit.

ate within a week or 10 days. It

still be the biggest Blip to the

over all national economy this yar

AT THE WEST END OF PENN

SYLVANIA AVENUE Things

move slowly. There have been
good intentions, considerable gro groping.
ping. groping. The President has indicated

the cure to the economy was a

matter of renewed buying by

the American people.

Some of his economic advisers

have been concerned that these
statements might be too much like
those of the last Republican Pre

sident. Herbert Hoover, uttered

on the verge of his depression.

Kindlv Sherman Adams has been

concerned over pictures published
in the New England papers of long

lines ofu nemployed standing in

the bitter snowstorm at Btadeford.

Saco, Maine, where 30 per cent

of. the population is out of work.

With unemployment compensa

tiQn exhausted, they,

reuet ra

corn mdal, cheese,

dered milk. Merch

over Maine, plus other parts of

New England, contnoutea nsn,
poultry, macaroni.
Finally the Portland Good Neigh Neighbor
bor Neighbor Committee got in touch with
Sherman Adams. He promised to
find some additional federal food
from Secretary Benson's larder-r-if
possible, frozen hamburger,
eees. and butter.

-Also at the White House end of
Pennsylvania Avenue, the Federal
Reserve Board gave the banks a
green light to expnad their loans
$3,000,000 in order to inject new
life into business. This was done
by lowering Reserve requirements

1 hit cent.

'

ants iiuisr?au som

unique and somewhat conflitino nn.

sition. On the one hand, he preach preached
ed preached slashes in Federal aid. Yet on
the other hand, more Federal funds
flowed into his own university.
After Stambaugh took office as
vice chancellor in' 1956, the Feder Feder-al
al Feder-al Treasury suddenly seemed to
open up to Vanderbilt.
The Housing and Home Finance
Admmsitration in Washington came
through with a" $2,000,000 loan to
consturct a men's dormitory on
the Vanderbilt campus.
The Public Health Service in
Washington awarded two contract!
to Vanderbilt for air-Dollution etui

dies. These have already brought
$103,400 to the university with a
promise of more to come.

Now the Veterans Administra Administration
tion Administration is erecting a $1,5000,000 veter

ans hospital in Nashville. If tho
site turns out to be close to the

Vanderbilt campttAV nobody will be
surprised.
It is no secret that Stambaugh's
pisition as a "special consultant"
to President Eisenhower has help-

act f ederal funds to Van-

e officials wonder whether

Federal handouts for men's forms
at Vanderbilt are any less social
istic than Federal aid for better

housing and slum clearance.

Note The joint Federal-State
Action Committee, of which Stam

baugh is a member, was set up
by the White House to get the Fe Federal
deral Federal Government out of state and
local projects, including aid' to
universities.

TO OPEN OFFICE

NEW YORK, March U (UP) (UP)-Lockheed
Lockheed (UP)-Lockheed Aircralt Corp. today an announced
nounced announced it will open another of office
fice office here for the purpose of re-

t n.HAiii- iv, ttpoWaI ReSarve 1 cruiting 600 engineers and scien-

onnin have accomplished the same ists in the New York area for

v-.uv.

FIRE DESTROYS WARBS

PARIS, March 11 (UP) Fire

broke out in the glass domed
grand Palais Exhibition Hall here
early today and destroyed part of
a housewares show before the
flames were brought under con-

tro ;K ms

Fourteen engines and 150 lire-

men fought the blaze the land

mark half olf the Champs Ely Ely-sees.
sees. Ely-sees. Damage to the building, it itself
self itself was described as slight.

its missile system division. The

company said this division plan
hiring about 3,000 technical peo people
ple people in the U. S. in 1958.
PRINCE PHILIP V RRIVES
LU EXE BUR G.- Germany,
March 11 (UP) Britain's Prmco
Philip landed here by "helicopter
in a snowsor vi f for a visit
with the 8th .King's Royal Irish
Hussars Regiment, of' which he1 is
colonel-in-chie?. s
The Prince has Been in Ger Germany
many Germany since Saturday on a 10-day
private visit.

Screen Actress

Ahswer to Previou Puzzle

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RlTtHNRER DIES IN' train WRECIL A trainman looks at the wreckage of(?-S?ilght
train which was derailed near Belleille, 111., killin! the engineer and injuring two crfvmW.
open switch is believed to have caused derailment of the engine which in turn lack lack-knifed
knifed lack-knifed the 17 heavily-loaded freight cars.

ACROSS
1 Actress,
Krieger
7 She is in
the
13 Dormant
14 Beast
15Sketcher
16 "Love apple"
17 Scottish river
18 Light knock
20 Driving
command
11 Theatrical
sign
23 Steal
25 Oriental coin
26 Health resort

4 Biblical name
5 Present
month (ab.)
6 Perfuihe
7 Entangle
8 Onager
tcomb. form)
9 Vigor
10 Likenesses
1 1 Consumed
12 '.lack thorn
' (ruit
19 Cooking
utensil
22 Kitchen
implement
24 Unclothed

25 Condescends

2 Smll pastries 28 Balttc uif

ou wan 1111
32 River (Sp,)
33 Seine
34 Self-esteem
35 Punitive
37 Mimic
39 Courtesy title
40 She demon
42 Mariner's
direction
44 Steamer (ab.)
45 Conger
47 Greek letter
49 Biblical
mountain
53 Harass
55 Open to
public perusa)
56 Card game
57 Races
56 Misfortunes
DOWN
1 Pleased
2 Household
gods
3 Musteline
mammals

31 Westernstate 46 Crazy (slang)
35 freebooter 48 Shoshonean
36 New Guinea Indians
port 50 Scottish
38 Compound sheepfold I
ethers 51 Too
39 Leather Thong 52 Size of
41 Coupled- shot(pl)

27 Prayer ending 43 Desolate 54 Vegas,

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iifpartment OF THE ARMY Outstanding Employ? Rating was presented recently to Edward T. Brown, third from left,
$ PaWanian civilian employe of the Perishable Subsistence Warehouse, Quartermaster Supply Division, Corozal. Brown,
whn has more than 16 years employment with the U.S. Gover nment, and is currently a supply clerk for the Quartermaster,
wh? ,l So)Ly Ir JJni ?J t.h presentation ceremony, were:1 front row. left to right, P. Fishback, chief of receiv-

L an? wftrehous'ne- A. Shatrosky. chief of the subsistence section; Brown; Lt. Col. R. W. Hechingher, chief of supply divi-

ioV A E Gentner. chief of the storage branch; and E. B. Ba umbach, chief of tne issue section,
group of co-workers ol the cold storage plant. (U.S. Army Photo)

In the backgrouni is a

Nixon Assures Britons Ike 'Still Running Show'

LONDON, March 11 (UP)-Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon last
night assured Britain that Presi President
dent President Eisenhpwer definitely is
"running the show" and personal personally
ly personally making "the great decisions"
in the United States.
In a TV interview filmed in
Washington and shown in Britain
Nixon sought to assuage
European lears over the Presi President's
dent's President's health, the time he spends
ftn the inh and the United States

stand on the proposed summit
conference.
President Eisenhower is in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition mentally, physi physically
cally physically and temperamentally" Nix Nixon
on Nixon told British interviewer Robin
Day. ..
"I know there has been consid consid-.
. consid-. erable talk with regard to how
much time the President is spend spending
ing spending on the job, and as to whether
or not he actually is making the

great decisions,' ne saw.
"Now my answer is without
qualification President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower is running the show in the
United States.
Nixon turned aside a question
as to whether he would accept
the Republican presidential nomi nomination
nation nomination in 1960.

'That is one of the few ques questions
tions questions that I would be unwilling

to comment on," he said.

He explained to his British au audience,'
dience,' audience,' that under American con constitutional
stitutional constitutional procedure, there is
"some doubt" as to what would
happen if Eisenhower were too ill
to carry on.
He repeated the statement

made by Eisenhower last week
that the two Americans elected
leaders have "an agreement"

whereby Nixon Would take over,
But Eisenhower could at any
time return to the Whitp HOuse if

he felt well enough.

Nixon said he wanted to em emphasize"
phasize" emphasize" that all such comment
was strictly "theoretical."
"We don't expert it to happen,"
he said.
He stressed for the benefit of

Britain, where feeling in favor of

a sum nut conference is running

high, that the United States also
wants a meeting if it will reduce
tpncinn.q

But he warned against putting
too much faith in the outcome of

any top-level meeting with Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. And he offered this diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic rule of thumb:
"As far as a summit conference

is concerned, we must realize sues on which "there is some
that if there is a big buildup and -possibility of agreement."

greai expectations, ana men a une ui uie musi eiieuuve ways
letdown and failure and even dis- for the Russians to "prove 'they

illusionment, this woud increase

tensons rather than

them."

The vice president said the

United States favored a meeting
with Russia oniy "if it is not

going to end in lailure.

"History shows that the road

to war is paved with conferences

He emphasized the American
belief that there must be "pre

paratory meetings" to make cer

tain that the -agenda for the sum

mit conference would contain is-

ivo m J noun v a cuuvq rausiuua

reduce I Nixon said, is to agree to "neces

sary preparations for a conference

which would define the issues so

that the leaders.. .could make

some real progress in deciding

these issues.

He said the American people
"are willing to have, and want

to have any international meet

ing which would reduce tensions

and which would contribute to

peace. K

EXAMS EXIT
CALCUTTA, India, March 11
(UP) Behar University officials,
said today they had been forced'
to call off scheduled examinations
because young masked bandits
stole he eam papers from a
mail car during a midnight train
robbery March 5.

MESSAGE TO GARCIA

MANILA, March 11 (UP)-Phy
sicians today pronounced Philip

pines President Carolos P. Garcia

today to be in good health" fol
lowing a thorough medical check

up.

The President's physicians were

expected to give Garcia additional

"minor examinations before he

leaves Luna hospital where he has

been undergoing his annual medi

cat examination.

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MACARENA" BULLRING

, March 15th at 8:30 P.M. and Sunday, March 16th, at 4:30 P.M.

At last in Panama
MARIO MORENO

who will fight and kill any way he can, 2 Half -Caste Bulls.
and the matadors

i i-.

JOAO DE GAMA
(Portuguese)

and ANTONIO CUELLAR

(Mexican)

who will fight two Santin Bulls.

ADMISSION PRICES FOR SATURDAY, March 15th at 8:30 P.M.

PREFERENTIAL

2nd
3rd

Shade Adults

GENERAL

12.00 1st Row Barrier
10.00 2nd
8.00 3rd
5.00 Sunlight Adults
4.00 Sunlight Children

8.00
...... 7.00
6.00
4.00

ADMISSION PRICES FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 16th at 4:30 P.M.

SHADE
1st Row Barrier 12.00
2n& " 10,00
3rd " 8.00
Shade Adults 6.00
Shade Children 4.00

SUNLIGHT
lt Row Barrier 8.00
2nd w 700
3rd " ... 6.00
Sunlight Adults .. 3.00
Sunlight Children 2.00

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VISITOR FROM 0 At LAS, TEXAS, FETED
AT TEA GIVEN RV MRS. WILIF STEERS
Mm. Hrlln J. Roper of Dallas, lew, was feted at
tea fiV.il by Mrs. rhflip Steers at her Balboa HelfMs home
yrat58ryiHeSr of "honor wore blue nylon laee, pawdor blue
hose and pointed blue satin slipper. A blue bandeau on
her silver' hair and an orchid corsafe completed her en-
''"Mr.. William H. Bebby and MM. Robert U. Brown, Jr.,
poured at the attractively appointed tea table. Mrs. L. B.
Sartain and Mrs. Edward Browder, Jr., served punch.

Miss ishtlie MeNama
Will Wed Midshipman Teyler
At Navel Academy
Mrs. Terence AicNamee, o. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Beach, Virginia, wil act as
matron of Honor at the wedding
oi Miss hheila ann MciNamee, oa
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mc Mc-Namee,
Namee, Mc-Namee, ot fort Amador, ami MiU MiU-smpman
smpman MiU-smpman fhihp Harley layic-r, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Franknn 0. ray ray-ler.
ler. ray-ler. jr., ot Sarasota, r lorida, wiueb
will take place on Thursday
June & at teu-uurty o'cloca m at.
Andrews Chapel, Chapei ot the
Lnuea stales mavai acaaemy, An Annapolis,
napolis, Annapolis, Maryland.
me Driaesinaitts will be. Miss
Mama aieinnart, rilouinsburg,
jfenna.; Miss mane Decner uer uer-by,
by, uer-by, Summit, Penna.; Miss Barba Barbara
ra Barbara K. uuii-ougnt., iiexeu mil, i'en i'en-na.;
na.; i'en-na.; and Mrs. Ktcnard Delenanty,
ayshore, mw xorK.
Mr. r ranKlm C. Taylor III, shall
act as oest man or nis oiotner.
The ushers include: Midsmpman
Rouen, vn.sOn in, Warren, Pen Penna.:
na.: Penna.: Miashipman Wayal k-. Palm Palmer,
er, Palmer, Lawton, UKiahoma; Midsmp Midsmpman
man Midsmpman Paul E. Westphal, Jr., Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Virginia; Miosnipman Lee c.
Wright, Park Rapids, Minn.; Mid Midshipman
shipman Midshipman James A. iviciviula, Vir Vir-ginnis,
ginnis, Vir-ginnis, Vermount; and Midship Midshipman
man Midshipman Albert N. Yost, Lancaster,
Penna.
A reception will immediately fol follow
low follow the ceremony at the Qtucer's
Club of the Naval Academy, An Annapolis,
napolis, Annapolis, Maryland.
Miss Head Celebrates
Birthday With
Dinner Dance
On Saturday evening, Miss Oui Oui-da
da Oui-da Rochelle Head celebrated her
eighteenth birthday with a dinner dinner-dance
dance dinner-dance in the ballroom ot the Ame American
rican American Legion C ub. Among those
attending were Misses Elaine Bai-
Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor
v-a
to a trademark
of the
maken ot
Campbell's Soupi.
The juices of 8 different garden.
J fresh vegetables re blended into
this famous drink. You'll love its
! lively flavor, and thrive on its
I vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meals-V-8
S gives you the refreshment
you want; and the nourish
merit you need.
' 4ms nirtalM li Mfi wIm it tMaes.

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Friday, March 14th

CLEARANCE

ifXl

wxn
erwiSe
ley, June Barlow, Agnes Howard,
Marilou Jordan, Emma Kaan, Lin Linda
da Linda Pearl, Doris Stringer, ulivia
Winstead; and Messrs, Homer
Beck, Lee Bloom, Shtrlin Bosey,
Robert Carr, Joh,i Chaplin, Robert
HeiUmann, and Richard Wood.
Chaperones were Mrs. Kuchelle
Head and Mrs. Emma Barlow.
C.pt. and Mr. Hill
Entertain Fer
Capt. and Mrs. lech
Capt. and Mrs. Mortimer C. Hill
entertained with a supper parly
at their borne in Diablo Heights
last night in honor o. Capt. and
Mrs. Harry Bach.
Capt. and Mrs. Bach will mave
on M.S. Toreador March U lo
make their home in San Francisco.
Balboa Emblem Club
Holding Fashion Show
The Balboa Embiem Club, is
sponsoring a fashion show to be
held in the ballroom of the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Guest House .at 7:30 p.m. Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, March 20.
Lovely models from Panama and
the Canal Zone will appear in
gowns offered by Motta's, Felix
Maduro and Sarah's.
There will be refreshments antj
door prizes. Tickets at $1 are avail available
able available from any member o. the Em Emblem
blem Emblem Club or from thethreestores.
Proceeds will go to charity.
Colonel P'rei1'
Addresses Cristobal
Woman's Club
Colonel Gines Perez, Command
ant of the United States Army
Caribbean School and commander
of the Army Atlantic Area, was
the guest speaker at the March
meeting of the Cristobal Woman's
Club last Wednesday. Colonel Pe Perez
rez Perez explained the purposes oi the
USARCARIB School, one o. which
is to foster friendly relations and
strengthen bonds ot Inter-American
solidarity. He related the his history
tory history of the school and told of the
many training courses offered' the
for Latin American students.
An enjoyable musical program
was atso presented by Mia. wii
liamNeison, pianist. Mrs. iNelson
a former student ot the Koyai A'
cauemy oi Music in London ami of
Protessor Cardona o. Panama,
playeu "Ciair ae uuie" by Deous Deous-sy,
sy, Deous-sy, "Granada" by Albunez and
iiebussy s "frfst nrauesque '.
During ine business mecmg Mrs.
Wm.' orauy. uiauman oi u.e ,,
mwating ComnuUee, sumiued
Ine following list 01 nominees m
oncers oi me uuu ior me iwu iwu-lUoa
lUoa iwu-lUoa cmb year: pi turnout, aits. m.
t Greene, iri vice presiuem,
jtars. j.'m. Purvis, jr., b-oM vice
presiuem, Mrs. a. wauer, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary, airs. P. W.
Duncan, recording secretary, Mrs
J. E. Agee, treasurer, wrs. w. w.
raiion. iiominatious wt. remain
oocn until the April meeting at
wnlch time the election wili be
held.
Mrs, W. Drooks, president, an announced
nounced announced several activities which
the Cmb is planning tor the near
future. A batea painting class is
being organized, and. memoers in interested
terested interested in attending it should con
tact Mrs. A. Metzgar at 5r479 or
Mrs. E. A. Dyer, at 3-1J45. Mr.
Arthur Mokray will be the itisuuc itisuuc-tor
tor itisuuc-tor at a series oi eigut lessons to
be given on Friday evenings
A .asliion show wi 1 je ns'.d at
the Club's Annual Luncheou to
take place next month, j'hose mem'
bers interested in modeling their
own creations are asked to call
Mrs. J. Purvis, 3-2947 or Mrs. A.
Logan, 3-1921.
The Club will sponsor a Dessert
Card Party to be held at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Clubhouse on Tuesday,
March 18 at 1:90 p.m. This card
party will take the place of the

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on hand!
No. 16 Ave. Tiveii

Box

134.
anama
Club'l annual Silver Tea. Tickets
may be purchased trom board
members or at the door. There will
be table prises and door prises.
Those attending are asked to bring
their own cards.
,t allowing the meeting a tea was
served by Mrs. W. CJute and her
committee. Presiding st the tea
table were: Mesdames J. Purvis.
W. Caleutt, D. Rusodimos and
W. Dixon.
Guests attending were; Mrs.
Gines Perez, Mrs. R. A. Gardiner,
Mrs. R. A. Edmondson, Mrs. Burt
Watson. Mra. B. Dowler and Mrs.
N. Rowell.
Naval Officers' Wives
Club Plan Swimming
Party At Tabega
The Naval Officers' Wives Club
will hold its regualr monthly meet meeting
ing meeting at Taboga Island on Tuesday
March 18. it will be a swimming
party. Luncheon will be served in
the bohio of the La Restinga res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. The ship taking the members
to the island will depart trom pier
three of the Naval Station Rod Rodman
man Rodman at 9 a.m. A bu tor the la ladies
dies ladies residing, on the East bank of
the Canal will leave from behind
the Adminstration Building of the
Fi teenth Naval District at 8 a.m.
Late reservations or cancella cancellations
tions cancellations may be made by calling Mrs.
C. R. Habgood at Navy number
3786.
Misses Marshall, Degenaar
On University Honor Roll
Word has been received from
the Woman's College of the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina, fn
Greensboro, N. C, that Miss
Melinda Marsha l and Miss Joan
Degenaar, have been named on
the Honor Roll of the college for
the first semester. The Honor Roil
includes the upper 8 per cent of
the Freshman Class. The irls ere
graduates of the 1957 class oi Bal
boa High School and are room room-at
at room-at the college.
Toastmasters Will
Celebrate Anniversary
The Isthmian Toastmasters Club
will celebrate the second anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of its charter by Toastmas Toastmasters
ters Toastmasters International at 7 p.m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, March 18, in the Fern Room
of the Tiyoli Guest House.
Isaac Harrouch, toastmaster of
the -evening, has. scheduled toast toast-masters
masters toast-masters A. Friedman, S. McCiain,
V. Biaba and R. Clark to give
formal speeches be'ore a critical
audience that will include wives
of the club members. P. J. Moran
is an alternate speaker.
A special feature of each club
meeting is a session of jmoromp jmoromp-tu
tu jmoromp-tu speeches known as "Table To Topics."
pics." Topics." C. E. Mott will preside as
the topic master.
Members not schedu'ed to malte
formal speeches are required by
the topic master to make extem extemporaneous
poraneous extemporaneous remarks on the subject
he selects.
. Installation of a new slate of of officers
ficers officers and the induction of new
members also is on the program.
Reservations may be made by
calling Frank Mendez, 85-4132.
Requiem Mass
A requiem mess fer the re
m, soul ef th,t lata Ed Ed-Win
Win Ed-Win Morris will be held et Si.
op.icr'i Church, Parque Le Le-fvre,
fvre, Le-fvre, tomorrow morning et
o'clock,
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Lord Jeffrey Broiled
Salmon Is Bay State Treat

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SALMON steaks, either fresh er frozen, have let ef feed
thins done to them in this favorite recipe from Massachusetts.
By GAYNOR MADDOX
0

IN Amherst. Mass.. we hari nna
of the finest salmon dishes. We
mned at the Lord Jeffery I n it,
ngnt on the edge of the beautiful
Amherst Collese cammis. Norman
Enman, the manager, and our
nost, suggested broiled salmon, re reminding
minding reminding us that the lordly salmon
is a fish most Massachusetts
cooks treat with loving care.
Certainly, the Lord Jeffery sal salmon
mon salmon steaks had been treated that
way. They were filleted into 8
ounce portions tender yet pro
perly firm and easy to flake with
your fork. However, as it would
be difficult for home cooks to buy
salmon that way, we have chang changed
ed changed the inn's recipe to Salmon
steaks. Furthermore, because most
of our readers will buy frozen
sieaKs, we give instructions for
them instead of the more diffi
cult to get fresh salmon.
Broiled Salmon Steaks,
Lord Jeffery (Makes 3 servings)
Three salmon steaks, fresh
frozen; Vt cup melted butter or
margfrine. Vi teasnoon salt, dash
paprika, V4 cup crushed saltines,
Vi cup crushed ootato chins. Ipm-
on wedges,, parsley.

1957 Clipper Traffic Reflects
Surging Latin American Economy

Records In air nassaneer am
cargo traffic set by Pan .Ameri
can worm Airways in 1957 marks
an Increasingly stronger beat In
the economic Dulse of T.at.in
America.
Contributing to the rise Over
1956 figures were imm-oved din.
per services inaugurated as Pan
American passed 'the 30th. an anniversary
niversary anniversary of Its pioneering Florida-Havana
flight in 1927, which
first linked the US to Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. by air.
Clippers of PAA'S Latin Amer American
ican American Dlvialon carried 1,336,025
passengers during 1957, accord according
ing according to final figures compiled by
division statisticians. This was
119.286 or nearlv ten nor pent
more than the 1,216,739 traveler
counted in 1956.
Tney flew 1,289,706,000 revenue
nasseneer miles nn T.at.in imarl.
x o wr" j wm iiuivi a
can routes-i63;988,000 of 14 per
tern mure man me previous
year.
' Even lustier cratnc In air oaron
volume were shown In the year-
ena tany. cuppers airlifted 72,-
mz,bb pounos or ireight be between
tween between the Americas, which was
17,127,466 or 31 per cent over the.
ioo totai or a8,3jp.U00 pounds.
Cargo ton miles (2,000 pound3
flown one mile) roe in ms7 t.n
50,290,509-10,705 211 or 27 per
ceiu more man me 3,a8a,2a8 re recorded
corded recorded in 1956.
Miami asain was the busiest
of Pan American's seven U. 8.
gateways to Latin America, and
the New York gateway was sec second
ond second to Miami in Latin American
traffic,
Comparative totals for other
gateways with 1957 Hated first
were:
Brownsville, Texas passen passengers,
gers, passengers, 35,941 and 24.636; cargo
pounds, 1.589,415 and 129,419.
nouston passengers, 49,034
and 53,036; pounds, 1,484,149 and
2,Ma,OJ8,
Los Angeles passengers, 30,-

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If frozen steaks are used, let
thaw on refrigerator shelf or at
room temperature. Dip each steak
into melted butter, seasoned with
all anH nanriVo ttnll in Mmkiri.
PV MW f VUHIW"
ed crushed saltines and potato
chips, nip lightly in the butter a
gain and place in preheated broil
er 4 inches from, source of heat.
iBroil until golden 'brown, about
5 minutes. Turn steaks carefully
and broil 5-8 minutes more or un
til fish flakes easily when test tested
ed tested with a fork! Brush lightly with
any remaining buteer and garnish
with parsley and lemon slices.
STORM THREATENS TRIP
PORT LOUIS, Mauritius, March
11 (UP) Stormy weather today
threatened to maroon Bnta.n's
Queen Mother Elizabeth for an-
otner 48 nours on tms rainswept
Indian ocean island.
Cyclone conditions forced a de delay
lay delay in the Queen's flight home
from Australia. The storm pre
vented the flight here of a relief
plane bringing parts to repair the
Queen Mother's airliner, stranded
here since Friday because of en engine
gine engine trouble.
Parts of the two planes were
recovered from the sea today.
856 and 88,748; pounds, 1,251,245
ana 1,179 ,627.
New Orleans nasseneers
23,359 and 23,877; pounds, 4,M
oio ana ,D7,im.
San Francisco passengers,
9,550 and 7,851; pounds, 314,961
and 283,855.
Keeping pace with the boom
ing demand for air transport in
Lawn America, Pan American
continued to improve service.
Daily flights between Nassau
and New York were Inaugurated
in February, 1957, and British
Barbados was linked to pAA's
global routes in May.
In April, speedy luxury flights
with DC-7B type Clippers were
Inaugurated down the east coast
of south America to Buenos
Aires. The (same type of 350-mile-an-hour
Clippers were placed in
service between Havana, Miami.
Port au Prime, Haiti, and Cara Caracas,
cas, Caracas, Venezuela, merging there
with, the blue ribbon service
down the east coast.'
Concurrently, Pan American
retired the last of its two-engined
aircraft, the convairs, frbm
service, making all Its Latin
American flights with four-en;
glned airliners.
First class service between
South America and paa iate-
ways at Los Angeles and San
Francisco, through Central
America, was inaugurated In
September. Super 6 Clippers,
with both tourist and f Jrt class
sections on eight flights a week,
imaea Guatemala: San Salva Salvador;
dor; Salvador; Managua, Nicaragua; San
Jose, Costa Rica; Panama; Bar Bar-ranqullla.
ranqullla. Bar-ranqullla. Colombia, and Mara-
calbo and Caracas, Venezuela,
witn the Cainornla terminals.
V
Dual Super 6 service also was
begun between the same Central
and South American cities and
Miami.
Both these services ware step
pea up in uecemoer. Aavt.

They'll Now Call
Your Job By New

Name; It's Sweeter
CHICAGO (UP A clerk is not
a clerk snymore. He's an assist assistant
ant assistant to the boss.
A Chicsgo employment service
(Roland's) reports that an epide
mic of 'sssistants-to' jobs is sweep
ing the country as part of a trend
toward up-grading business titles.
"Strange things are happening
to job titles tbeaa days," the agen agency
cy agency reported in a recent newsletter.
"Oa the upper levels, there are.
directors'Of, vice preidents-in-j
charge-of, as well as sssitant-to.
At the other end of the economic j
scale, some sweeper; are caUinel
themselves sanitation engineers."
Even as far back as 1849, San
Francisco's washerwomen tried to
dignify themselves 'as "clothiag re.
freshers," the agency said. I
a New York savings bank that
changed its account clerks to "new
business representatives" also was
cited. The bank reported the sbgnt
change raised the stature of em
ployes, impressed rntenfial cus customers
tomers customers and brought in hew busi business.
ness. business. Propositi To Revise
Operations Of TV
Hit By NBC Chief
WASHINGTON, March U (UP)
-Robert W. Sarnoff. president of
the National Broadcasting v.u.,
urged the f'eaerai wimmu--tions
Commission today, to reject
the maior proposals of a study
fir revising television network
operations.
He testified before the commis commission
sion commission in opposition to the "port of
the study group, which recom
menaeT reaerai --
networks and a board overhaul o
their business memuua. x
The 13-member group was
headed by Roscoe L. Barrow,
dean of the Law School of the
University of Cincinnati,
Sarnoff told the commission ot
.. U rfocnnd Week Of
hearings that adoptn of the B
row proposals wvmu .w.----
impair" and "ultimately mig
destroy" the enJal
networks to perform their essential
He deseed these functions as
providing a comprehensive n a
tional program service to the pu
Tionai vi" stations aud
KKoSarcirculotion
to advertisers.
Sarnoff's testimony was m line
with the positions taken las tweek
by officials '.of thft ..?e,lU1
Broadcasting System and Ihe
American Brrt,aLenda.
be based on pre ed
He Ilia me
parentiy we "L" ,m n
. 1 .tor nn iiik uitwi
that "what is strong, nvi
weakened nd what is big should
be tragraeumwv.
Camboa Church
To Sponsor Trip
Through Canal
is thfi Gam
boa Catholic Church will jPOOSPf
an excursion through uie ranauw
Canal.
ti !..,. Volhna at A a.m.
11 "Will IM'I '"iM""
for Gatun and return to Gsmftoa,
a trip of about ten noyrs.
Tickets are already on sal? in
r hn Kio Ana O. l.IUUUie, ua,-
w,ui.,
, n
DOS ana raneiun vw
m:.i.-i. ho nhtalned from
fommittee members and- form tne
uaboa wwm uu..
Strong Quake
NAHA, Okinawa, March U (UP)
.Savaral nprsnns were reported
killed and many infured today
when a strong earthauake snaner
ea nouses ana openeu giuunu
nri nn Ishieake and Miyako is
lands sourttiwest or UKinawa

Panamanian t IKE TO TRAVEL A Coleglo Javier group conducted by Reverend Fathet
iSiSS AguirV. mad?.WanSue Travef Sarvice tour through Europe via 1 1ML, Royal
Dutcl rA1rllnei.-Fro left to right, Mr. C. Hof man, KLM Station Manager at Tocumen; Mr.
F B Bauer, KLM General Manager in Panama: Rev. Father Joai Maria Afujrre: Rev. Father
Benlgno AcheromWos; Miss Mercedes Mendoza) Miss Mart M. Figueroa; Miss xenia Dnqtje:
Mr. WdlS Tarra, Jutting; Mr. Jnan A. GjdzadojMr -lA1 Jmxii

oareta tie rarenes; Mr. ceear Tsrmniifi wi. "nn. m .-"r 7"
de Guizado; Miss Miriam Brid; Miss Maria EsArada; Miss Elena Henrlquez;
.. n, ma. uaM..Ai e.M ,i)n A 1M. Thmhai A I.innA. r iriannnp a

us; mr, msnin Isaac uonunu;
Travel Service Manager.

Life's Difficult For Teen-Age
Girl With Managing Mother

It's hard on teen-age girl to
have a mother who
Doesn't show especially good
taste in choosing her own clothes,
yet Insists on picking out her
daughter's clothes.
Thinks that her daughter's life
is so much more exciting then her
own that she wants to hear every
detail about everything her daught daughter
er daughter does.
Takes her daughter's setbacks
and minor disappointments every
bit s hard as the daughter does,
instead of helping, her to see them
in proper perspective
Is so self-sacrificing where her
daughter is. concerned that the
daughter takes and takes, but is
never expected or even allowed
to give in return.
Does so much bragging abom
her daughter to friends that they
are bored with the daughter be
fore they ever get to know her.
Is determined to shape her
lach notice fer Inclusion in this
column should pt ubmid in
typt-written form and mailed oe
tho box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise, er delivered
bv hind to the office. Notices et
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telephone.
St. Peter's Church
Mutual Benefit Society
The St. Peter's Mutual Benefit
Society will hold a regular session
on Thursday night, March 13, at
the new meeting place, Building
131, St. Alban's Parish Hall, Pa Pa-raiso,
raiso, Pa-raiso, Canal Zone starting at eight
o'clock p.m.
Plans tor fund raising activities
to b conducted throughout the
year which were formulated by
the special efforts committee und
er the chairmanship of Lola George
at a recent meeting of this com
mittee will be given at tomorrow s
meeting. .
applications far membership which
Members of the society are re reminded
minded reminded to speed up the processing
0. the unusually large number oi
applications for membership Which
are. floating around the various
communities, and are likewise Urg Urged
ed Urged to attend the meeting,
Members of the committee are
Lola George, K, L, Harris, C. E.
Haywood, A. A. Hall, A. Riney,
W. Johnson, L E Haywood, I
McKenzie, M. Pond, E. Best H.
C. Bayne, F. Jones,E. Jones, C.
Blackman, E Harris, W. Mytie
and'E. Hihds. fi
This committee which' is entrust entrusted
ed entrusted with the efficient management
of the organization heartily wel welcome
come welcome any suggestions or ideas fr
the members which might be a
means oi raising additional funds
for spreading more mutual bene benefits
fits benefits amongst its constituents.
Evening Guild
Of St. Iwkes
Meets Tonight
The Evening Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral will ho d a meeting to tonight
night tonight at 7:30 at the home'o Miss
Eunice Monroe, 5716-a, Shorts St.
Diablo. j
Beard Meeting
Of Rainbow City
Civic Council
The Delegates of the Rainbow
City Civic Council are reminded
of a special board meeting slated
for. Wednesday, March 12, at the
Rainbow City High School Board
Room.
Among the topics to be discussed
are reports of activities from the
committee chairmen and the can cancellations
cellations cancellations of privi'eges caused
through excessive commissary pur pur-chases.
chases. pur-chases. This meeting will commence
promptly at 6:00 o'clock and all
delegates are urged tjusMke every
effort to attend:
Pen Women Will
Meet Tomorrow
The Cartal Zone "Branch of the
National Leaeue of American Pen
Women will meet tomorrow night
mi. niuc utuv
-

IHTIIM

TUESDAY, MARC

daughter after her awn iniH in
stead of encouraging the girl to
uevciup iier uwu iinu, persona personality
lity personality and interests.
Wants so much for her diucV.
er to be popular that she acts
more line a stage manager nan
a mother.
Tries to be cute and cqy wtth
the boys her daughter brings to
the house. .
Repeats to her friends the things
her daughter tells, hrt tbinkmg
that thev will he keot in strierf
con idence.
Is not only prettier than the
daughter, but takes wide in being
the one who sets the most com
pliments.
Instead of teaching her daught daughter
er daughter how to da thtnai ilwavi cv
impatiently, "Here, let me do that.
xou re qowg it all wreng."
Doesn t really remember what
it was like to be the aj her
daughter if,
Top Management
Seminar Here Set
For March 24
More than 40 applications to par participate
ticipate participate in the Top Management
Seminar, to be held here neat week
has already been received by the
Industrial Development Center of
the Institute for Economic Devel Development,
opment, Development, (IFE).
The seminar will be inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated by. President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr. on March 24 at the
Bella vista Room of El Panama
Hilton Hotel. It will continue until
Saturday, March-28.
-The applications received so far
are from directors and general
managers of several local indus industrial
trial industrial and commercial qrganiza qrganiza-tiins
tiins qrganiza-tiins of Panama City and the In Interior.
terior. Interior. The seminar will be directed by
four administrative directors from
top industrial concerns in the Unit United
ed United States. They were brought spe specially
cially specially for this purpose by the U.
S. Point Pour program.
The whole program is under the
sponsorship of the IFEfc Industrial
Development Center working m
cooperation with the University ef
Panama, the Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, the Industrial Guild, the
National Association of Sales Exe Executives,
cutives, Executives, and the Society of Engine Engineers
ers Engineers 1 and Architects.
Bible Lectures
To Be Resumed
At Baptist Church
Resuming his series f Bible Lec Lectures
tures Lectures with descriptive charts at
the First Baptist Church of iBsl iBsl-boa
boa iBsl-boa Heights tomorrow night at 7
Rev. R. I. Humberd will be spfk spfk-ing
ing spfk-ing on "The Mark of the Beast '.
Each person attending will be
given a copy of Revelation to help
in following the lecture. On Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Rev. Humberd will speak at
7:30 on "The, Symbols of the Holy
Spirit".
On Friday at 7:30 his biibjeetwil 1
be "crowns at the Judgmant seat
of Christ". ,
The public is invited to all ser services.
vices. services. Nurseries are provided.
' x
at 7:30 at the Hotel Tivoli. A'l
members are asked to be present.
Pacific Civic
Council Will
Meet Temerrow
The regular monthly meeting ef
the Pacific Civic Council will be
held in the Board Room, Admin Administration
istration Administration Building, Balboa Height!,
C. Z., at 7:30 p.m., tomorrow.
The puhlic is invited to attend
these meetings.
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TT1SDAY, MARCH II, 1ISI

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN TNUEPEVDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

y OSWALD JACWY
Wrlrttn for NIA Sarvic.

(NEA Radio -Tolephoto)
REUNION' IS PANMUNJOM At Panmunjom, Willis Hobbs, pilot of the Korean airliner that
Wi hijaclted by Bads and forced ,io land in Communist territory Feb. 16, is reunited with
his wife, Norma, after he and the 35 bther persons aboard the plane were released by forth
Korea. At right is Air Force Lt. Col. Howard w. McClelland, who was also aboard the plane.

J f by Erskine Johnson II

men and stuffy
won the girl.

guys who never

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guys
and Dolls: Rita Hay worth's first
try at emoting in a high-powered
dramatic role Ingrid Bergman
would have loved to play will be
on view this summer in the film
version of the stage hit, "Sep "Separate
arate "Separate Tables".
The flame-haired charmer, often
mentioned but never a winner in
the Oscar derby, has her fingers
crossed. The role of Burt Lancas Lancaster's
ter's Lancaster's ex-wife in the f i 1 m is a
meaty one minus lie usual heady
Hayworth glamor s and dncing
designed to melt celluloid.

HER FINGER CROSSING is
justified, After hears of cha-cha-cha
glamor, she's playing a fallen
Narcissus facing life alone and lone
ly with approaching middle age,
no longer able to trade on her
wiiea. If the nerfonmanpp is flnnrl

ana moviegoers accept ner n ;

new career for her.

NOW IT LOOKS as if he's off

to the light comedy league with
another laugh role in "Tunnel of

Love," the Doris Day-Richard
Widmark comedy for MGM re release.
lease. release. In Case vou'vp fnrpnt!pn Clio is

the only actor in, Hollywood who

never recefved the trick billing:
"Gig Young Played by Gig
Young." It was for the 1942 movie
"The Gay Sisters." He was orig originally
inally originally billed with his own name,
Byron Barr, but when all the
preview cards mentioned G i g
Young, the studio thought it would
be a good stunt for him to adopt
his character name. He was all
for it, laughing:
"I always did think. Byron Barr
sounded too theatrical."
He's also the fellow who mar

nej. Konert Montgomery s ac

Gig co-star in a forthcoming Stu

' dio One TV show form Hollywood

Volunteers Sought
To Fight Juvenile
Delinquency In NY
NEW YORK, March 11 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The New York City Youth Board
appealed today for 300 volunteers'
to work with adolescents in the
Williamsburg section of Brooklyn

to combat the high rate of jure-j.ii-........
n i

in e uenmjuenty mere.
The board said the plan was a
"pilot project" which would be
extended to other areas of the ci city
ty city if successful.
, Adults are asked to volunteer
for two or three hours a week
work teaching sports and crafts,
leading Scout troops and working
with young people in recreational
groups. Ralph W. Whelan, execu execu-tive
tive execu-tive director of the board and spe special
cial special co-ordinator of the Mayor's
special program aggainst y n'11 1 h
qrime, said the volunteers will be
trained "on the job."
The Wi'liamsburg section was
selected because it is a low in income,
come, income, notably "tough" neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Whelan said the recruitment
project was suggested by 'Brook 'Brook-iyn
iyn 'Brook-iyn District Attorney Edward S.
hdver. He said questionnaries had

wen ieni earner to agencies in
the ares, asking their volunteer

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'I've always been bored", she!
was -telling me the other day,!

with the empty glamorous stuff
I've had-to play. I kept happy in
the midst at it because I could
dance. But I've 'al fays beep hap happiest
piest happiest when I've had a definite
charaoter slant to a role, like in
'Pal Joey', 'Blood and Sand,' and
'The Strawberry iBlondc'
Director Delbert Mann is in
Rita's corner, "J think she will
prove", he says, "that she's a nat
ture performer."

SHORT TAKES: George Burns

let in fly at a testimonial dinner

for Dean Martin: "At the ago of

6, Dean's mother and father ran
away from him." Burn's humor is
ways the most. Like the other

day when I was lunching with
him and a friend who hadn't seen
him for some time stopped at
the table to ask:
"How "are you feeling,
George?"
"Outside of fainting a course of
times a day." Burns replied, "I
feel wonderful."
The Dehra Bagel-David Street

marriage, already is on Shaky

ACTING CAREERS for Rita'ms
daughters, 13 year od' Rebecca
and 8-vpar-olri Yasmin nnw at

tending public school here and' Street.. .Stfcky Nelson's slated for

.living with Rita and her fifth SIOO.QOO, maybe more", m royalties
husband, Producer James Hill? I from his Imperial Records this
"Thev haven't mentioned itlvear Dale (TV's Wells Furso

yet," she smiled, "but they are in star) Robertson and ox wife Jnc

ballet school and well I won't nueline shelved all ideas of re-

nisapprove of theatrical careers I marriage.
when they are old enough to de-

cide for themselves."

GIG YOUNG'S grim study of

an alcoholic in a 1951 movie won

him an Oscar nomination but a

hangover jn a 1958 film may do
more for his career.
The alcoholic Gig was in "Come
Fill the Cup but the Gig-Gig Gig Gig-ling
ling Gig-ling Gig is played for laughs in
''Teacher's Pet."
It's a comedy gem and a
blusher for Hollywood.
Until Movie-makers Bill Perl

berg and George Seaton saw Gig

laughing it up on Broadway in
"Oh, Men! Women!" he was the
fellow Hollywood liked to cast in
"stuffy" rples stuffy English-

U.S. Wants Latins
To Cut Arms Costs,
Up living Standard
WASHINGTPN, March 11 (UP)
American offipais tropes -today
Latin American nations will cut

militarr snanding despite strong

oDDosition of soma of Costa Rica s

disarmament niooosal.

The officials appeared confident
the idea will generate enough

government and ppou'ar support

to overcome nauanausi ana com communist
munist communist contentions it would fur further
ther further U,S. "colonial aspirations."
The United States hopes Latin
America will find way sf limit

ing arms purchases and turning
more money te projects that

wt-uld raise living standards.
A Costa Bican proposal for con concerted
certed concerted action by all Latin Amer American
ican American nations te reduce convention conventional
al conventional weapons and ban H bombs
was ;shilvid by the Council of the
Organization of American States
Thursday after a healed two-day
debate. Mexico, the Pominican Re.
puK1'" 'and Nicaragua led the op op-position.
position. op-position. While sympathetic to the Costa
Rican idea the United States, ap appears
pears appears te favor a more gradual ap approach.
proach. approach. This country Is expected
to go ahead with plans to offer
increased assistance to Latin A A-roerkan
roerkan A-roerkan nations wishing to use
XV a v fnn : I rill i rvn n A !L Unl! ife 1

Quote Unquote
LONDON Vice President Nix Nixon,
on, Nixon, turning aside a question on
a filmed TV interview as to
whether he would accept the GOP
presidential nomination in 1960:
"That is one of the few ques questions
tions questions that I would be unwl ling to
comment oh."

WASHINGTON Secretary of
State Dulles, in telling a Closed Closed-door
door Closed-door House hearing that he
doesn't see much point in the
United StateB spending huge sums
to shoot a rocket to the moon
when, Russia probably will win
the race anyway:
". .How much are we justified
in making our taxpayers sweat to
produce a result which has no
let us assume it has no practical
value?"

STOCKHOLM Maj- Henry
Douglas-Home, father of Robin
Douglas-Home, on the Swedish,
royal family's treatment of his
sob's romance with Princess Mar Mar-garetha:
garetha: Mar-garetha: "The Swedes have made mv
son the laughing stock of
Europe."

UN Admits Plane

Violated Air Space
Over North Korea

PANMUNJOM. Korea lUnmW

March 11 (UP)- The United Na

tions command formally admit

nuiean Air space when
it was shot down Thursday and

cu pr me pilot s immediate
-return "for "for appropriate

punisnment,"
U.S. Maj. 'Gen. Olaf TCevtr

heading the U.N. delegation to a

meeting 01 me truce commission,
answered the North Korean charge
it. 4 11 T T . .

mai me u.a. ngnter Had Violat Violated
ed Violated the armistice agreement by
flying north of the truce line. He
admitted that U.S. aircraft had
been guilty of three violations on
that day.
"Our side is aware that c e r r-tain
tain r-tain violations occurred, Key Key-ster
ster Key-ster said. "Although our investi investigation
gation investigation is not complete our tide

XjIDTute ii i

numna uiree ciud nifl was a

aiayman response and asked

South to show a four card major
suit If he held one. East's double
of three clubs was pointless. No
one was going to play clubs and

he. did not particularly want a
club lead.

West did open the six of clubs

and South looked over dummy

carefully, if he could pick uo the

queen of hearts everything would

be one. Normal play would be to

lay down the ace and king but
East's double of three clubs had
indicated club length. East had

to be short somewhere; maybe it
would be in hearts.

Actually South would have play

ed West for three hearts to the

queen if he had not noted anoth

er possibility.

He led the ace and a low heart

and went right up jth dummy's

king just as if he had no care m
the world. His next play was a

low spade from dummy and East

ducked. He did not know that his

partner had a trump trick and

was looking for two tricks m spad

es.
Of course he wound UP with
none. Once the king of spades
held South went right after the
diamond suit and dummy's two
remaining spades were quickly
disposed of.
East's play had been tragically
bad. He should have seen that he
just wasn't going to gt two spde

tricks in any event ana mat ne
had better take his ace while he

had the opportunity.

4v

Gumshoe Shadowinc
01 U.S. Newsmen
Denied By Hagerty
' WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP)
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said today he
did not believe a published report

that the administration has "gum-i

shoes shadowing newsmen to
learn their secret news sources.
The New York Times said news
men's telephones have been tapped
and "bureaucratic hawkshaws"
have been assigned to trail re reporters
porters reporters whenever the administra administration
tion administration discovers that one of its
"secrets" has been leaked into
print.
When the dispatch was called
to his attention, Hagerty told
newsmen:
"It's certainly news to me, and
I just don't believe it. This is the
first thing I have ever heard about
anything like this."
Hagerty was asked specifically

SOVIET VESSELS RITURN
ISTANBUL. Turkey, March 11
(UP) Three Spviet motor ves vessels,
sels, vessels, part of a Russian fleet that
sailed into the Mediterranean
March 2, returned to the Black
Sea today via the Bosphorus, it
was reported.

if the practice was ever followed
to determine tin source of White
House news sources.
.."You bet vnnr Ufa thorn l

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anvthine like that Hnno h

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plied.
He conceded, however, that a
check is made in government per personnel
sonnel personnel whenever a confidenl-ul
item like the secret Gaither Re Report
port Report is Jeaked to the press.
The Times dispatch said it has
become "standard practice... to
force (governmit) underlings to
sign affidavit swearing they did
not leak the story" whenever a
supposedly secret item gets into
print.

Mr. RAFAEL GONZALEZ
Manager of the Econogas
(Branch Short)
announces to the public the tronsfer
of the Branch Store from Avenida
Tivoli to Calle 32 and Avenida
Justo Arose mena,
where they will be at the public
service, up usual.

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strength and there must be a
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A past would be cowardly.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand. YoU;
partner has opened one diamond.
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

is prepared to admit the viola

tions."

Communist newsmen at the

truce village for the meetine dis

ciosea me nussing pnot, c a p t

Leon rieiffer of Kenosha. Wis

was alive and well after parchut

ing from his Sabre disabled by

worm Korean anti-aircraft fire.

It was the first word on the

fate of the flier.

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rebbetts Has New Pitching Problem This Spring

Cincinnati Redleg Hurlers
All Look Good In Workouts

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 1 1 (UP) Manager Birdie Teb Teb-betts
betts Teb-betts of the Cincinnati Redlegs has a new pitching prob problem
lem problem this spring his hurlers-all look good.
It'f a mighty big changt for the Chuck Essegian singled and walk
nennant-conscious Tebbetts, who .ed as a pineh-hitter for the Phil
. a.- VI- !. mhrlA line

loet cAocnn tnrp out his hair while
inept pitching tore the hearts out
of hit sluggers, ine ream
At nil slUKKCIa. luc
. .o. infkv
collapsed in rtuguai
to frnish fourth with a staff whose
.462 earned run average waa me
worst in the National League.
Oral in U1C Jiawguw a ( i
But the industrious Cincinnati
front office gave Birdie seven new
hurlers and a start totaling
flingers this spring and it looks
today like the Redleg pitching de definitely
finitely definitely wnl be improved,
1 Harvty Haddix, obtained from
the Philadelphia Phillies, and
. ..:u.l Jrnm th
BOD runny a"!""
Pittsburgh Pirates, provided Tob
belts with reason for hopa yet-
terday with fine performances
l ..!-. .. h Kansas
m a a- vismrj v.
City Athletics.
; Earlier, Bill Light ana jerrj
Cade, also newcomers to the start,
had turned in strong exibition per-
kHaddix"' 10-13 with the1 Phillies
In 1957, yielded two runs in a stea steady
dy steady three-mning deliut yesterday
and then Purkey, a
sidearmer who was, 11-114 m 5
came through with three perfect
innings in which the AthleUcs fail failed
ed failed to hit a baU out of the infield.
Purkey was returned the winner
when Smoky Burgess
3-3 deadlock with an eighth-rnning
homer and the Redlegs added an
insurance tally to give them a 2-1
record in Grapefruit League com-
5fl1' Boston Red Sox, moan moan-while,
while, moan-while, joined the fun ;
pens of the New York Yankees
when they whipped ttw Amen Amen-'
' Amen-' can LeLague champions, 8-5.
was the third straight loss for
the Yankees, who also saw roc roc-I
I roc-I kie sensation Dor on Johnson
k strike out throe times and take
an 0-forJ horsoeollar.
Jackie Jensen tripled with the
bases filled for the big blow in a
four-run fifth-inning uprising by
the Red Sox. Dick Gernert a n d
rookie Joe Tanner paced Boston s
13-hit attack with three blows each.
n'Wa Phiiariplhhia Phillies routed
, c. PorHinals 18. the
Wasgton Senators Scoped 7
fhi? Pirates, the Lbi
cago White Sox edged -out the De-
tli,. i, : in inninos and
trOl' 1 IE"!!,, -O-l, Ui
the 16s Angeles Dodgers beat the
Milwaukee Braves, 7-5, In other
exhibitions. San rrancisco, v-c
..l- iD.ii mnro ann i.ievenoiiu
suwp not scheduled.
The Phillies combined five sing-
les, five walks and two errors u.
score 11 runs m the seventh in inning
ning inning after the Cardinals had built
early leads of 4-0 and 7-4. Willie
Jones had three hits and drove in
two runs, Richie Ashburn has three
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The White Sox scored their wir
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nini run when Detroit catcher Tim
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Thompson missed a tag play at
me piare. me igws uu u.
score with three runs in the ninth
'
Billy Martin and Harvey Kuenn
delivering the key hits.
Albie Pearson, the 5-foot.
inch rookie, doubled home two
runs off Bob Friend and singled
home a pair off Ron Kline to lead
the Senators to their first victory
of the spring. It was the second
straight defeat for the Pirates,
whose two errors made three
Washington runs unearned.
The Dodeers rallied for four
runs in the eighth inning at the
expense of 20-year old rookie
Claude Raymond after two other
Milwaukee voungsters Rav RiD-
plemeyer and Dale Hendrickson
allowed only two runners to
reach base in the first five frames.
Rookie Dick Gray started the ral
ly with a double and Gino Cimo Cimo-li
li Cimo-li and Charlie Neal also doubled
during the outburst.
OMiar camp haws: Vic Wertz
suffered painful injury to big toe
when hit with foul ball during
practice ... Willie Mays scheduled
to make spring debut for San
Francisco vs. Cubs today.. .Orioles
sent "steak-eaters" Ken Tippery,
Dick Nebmger, Jerry Gilbert and
Anglo Dagres to their minor
League center at Thomasville, Ga.
Marciano Says
'No Thank You'
To Million $ Offer
Louisville, ky., March 14
(UP) Rocky Marcano said a
polite "no, thank you" today to an
offer of $1,250,000 to come out of
ogiwsaient and fight Floyd Pat Pat-terscfr
terscfr Pat-terscfr for the heavyweight title.
Kearns, a boxing promot-
er
ana
mnnaopr made the Otter
Ur, ennrtaoacfer Harrv Wisme s
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radio program here. Marciano, in
town as master of ceremonies of
a sports snow, aiu c
tprpfi nv ine oner uui auueu.
"1 don't have any desire to
return to boxing
Kparns nredicted that a Marcia
nn.Pattprsnn fight would draw
$5-6,000,000 with theater television,
nut Marriann who retired as un-
Hpfoafprf nhamninn in April of.
1956, didn't seem to be swayed.

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PANMUNJOM, Korea (UP)
Thp IlnitoH Statoc irlmitto iul.u
its planes violated North Korean
air space three times last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday but told the Communists they
uau violated ine spirit oi me Ko Korean
rean Korean armistice agreement by
shooting down one of the planes.
The pilot of a downed F-86
Sabrejei, Capt. Leon Pfeiffer of
Kenosha, 'Wis., was disclosed by
the Communists to have par
achuted safely. They said he was
receiving "humanitarian treat treatment"
ment" treatment" and would be returned
when they were ready to return
him.
Pfeiffer and Lt. Ronald E. Mar
tin, 25, of Cincinnati, Ohio, were
training with South Korean ground
troops when they flew, over North
Korea and were fired on by anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns. Martin returned
safely but Pfeiffer's plane was hit
and he jumped.
U. S. Army Maj. Gen. Olaf
Keyster admitted the violation
and said a second flight of two
F86s also made a navigational er error
ror error which took them over North
Korea while looking for Pfei'.ter.
A helicopter did the same thing
on its search mission, he said.
Palomas Down Ocelots 13 to 6
By Dan Des Londes
Second Half Standings
Macaws
4 1
Conejos
Pumas
Pa. onus
Ocelots
Pericos
The Palomas took Monday's
game by trouncing the Ocelots 13
to 6. This win for the Palomas
Hives them a chance to stay in the
running for a second half title.
The Palomas were really hitting
the Ocelots pitchers around as
thpv rnilprtpH ten hits in six in
nings. They scored n ost of their
runs on hqroe run hits, riuaqieston
hit a grand slam hojne run in the
fourth to eivn thpm four of theit
13 funs. Allen of the Palomas also
hit a nome run.
The Ocelots big inning came In
the fifth when they scored four
runs on four hits. Young Lou
French of the Ocelots hit his first
home run this year.
Pajak, the winning pitcher went
all the way for the Palomas. Bet-
tia atartprl for thp Hpplnte hut wnc
relieved in the first inning by Mc McLean
Lean McLean who pitched up to the fifth.
Then Worden French came in to
relieve and went the last two in innings.
nings. innings. French did a good job as
he pitched to six batters and
struck out five of them.
The box score:
Palomas
Ashton
Alen
Huddleston
Pajak
Browcler
Boatwright
Caldwell
Rager
Russ
Corrigan
Rathgeber
Ocelots
T. Albriton
L. French
Morris
Ammirati
K. Anderson
G. Anderson

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CLOWNING World-famed Mexican movie comedian Cantinflas Is shown during one of
his recent side-splitting, performances in Mexico City. Cantinflas, whose real name is Mario
Moreno, will be featured at La Macarena bull ring over this weekend on Saturday and
Sunday. Besides the comedy aspect of the programs, there will be regular bull fights with
several animals fought to the death.

Flyers Continue Local Track,
Field Dominance; Whip BHS

HOOF BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

One of the biggest names in lo local
cal local horse racing during the for forties
ties forties will soon be back in the
"sport 6f lungs," which many
prefer to think of as the "king of
sports."
Karl Rennert, former owner of
such Juan Franco stars as Ti Ti-grette,
grette, Ti-grette, Julian, Fe Fo Fum, Lina Lina-judo
judo Lina-judo Ginger Ale and many oth others,
ers, others, has acquired a reportedly ex
pensive three-year old English
colt which arrived on the Isthmus
last Friday. The colt is Bright
Spur, by Hotspur out of Scarlett
Thome.
Abolengo, which had to be
scratched from Sunday's nightcap
because he is suifering a sore
shoulder, will most likely be
scratched from the $7,500 added
six furlong Francisco garias Pare Pare-des
des Pare-des Classic which will be run this
coming Sunday, Marc 16.
First legibkt Affiliation Order
can take Abolengo'j place. If
Affiliation Order is also with withdrawn,
drawn, withdrawn, second elegible Geyser
will become the tenth starter
in the sprint clastic.
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:50
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CRISTOBAL 7:0
"LURE OF THE SWAMP"'
DIABLO HTS. 7:90
Rory Calhoun
Mary Cost
"THE BIG CAPER"
GAMBOA 7:00
Jock Mahoney
"JOE DAKOTA"
GATUN 7:1
Dane Clark
Belinda Lee
"BLACKOUT"
MARGARITA 6:15 at S:10
Charlton Heaton Julie Adams
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:15 a 8:15
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"SPOOK CHASERS" and
"FLAME OP THE WEST"

Brilliant little Braulio B a e z a,
who is apparently getting better
all the time, increased his mar margin
gin margin of wins over the weekend at
the President Remon racetrack.
Baeza pushed home seven more
winners to up his total to 44 win winners
ners winners since Jan. 1. Runnerup Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquez has only 21 victories.
Bias Aguirre is third with 19.
Baeza is in for much -tougher

competition now that hard-riding
Henoaoro buslines is back from
a suspension. Gustines pushed
nome live winners over the week
end and hooked up Sunday in i
sensational stretch duel with Bae
za while riding Thunderstreak. Al
caraz, under excellent handling by
Baeza, barely nose out Thunder-
streak in. the thriller.
Geyser also participated in this
race. Although be was out in
front for most of the distance, he
was aDout halt a length behind
Alcaraz and Thunderstreak at the
Unish.
6o
Beginning this Week, the track's
large scale will be available to
owners and trainers who want to
weigh1 their horses between 4 and
5 p.m. This measure should be
of great aid to the trainers.
oOo
As a selector, this columnist
was red-hot on Sunday. We failed
to pick Linda Susy to win the
first race, but were correct in
our predictions for the next ten
races for a total of 60 points to
smash a long-standing record for
one meet in the selectors' con contest.
test. contest. The former mark was 56
points.
oOo
Several trainers were fined and
their horses suspended for minor
irregularities over the weekend.
Eustacio Garcia de Parades,
and Agustin Soane Jr. ware
fined $10 each for tending Re Re-suelto
suelto Re-suelto and Posiblemente, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, lata to the receiving
barn.
Luis Rodriguez netted a $5 fine
for using the wrong colors on San
Cristobal.
Bradomin, I Forget and
Gazza Ladra were set down
meets eac for refusing at
start.
oOo
La
two
the
Track officials shofld take steps
to see that a repetition of the Don
Luis and Brote cases does not oc occur.
cur. occur. These two-year-olds were re-
Fuiieu io oe sunenng from "sore
shins" after both turned in poor
performances.
Since sore shins are easily de detectable
tectable detectable and the track's veterina veterinarian
rian veterinarian can examine scheduled start starters
ers starters at the receiving barn long be-
juie ume, mere is no excuse
for allowing animals that are un unfit
fit unfit to go to the races.
This writer was surprised that
Don Luis was allowed to start be because
cause because his shins were an hadlv in
flamed that the swelling was vis

ible at a distance.

The Albrook Flyers continued

their dominance of local track
and field last night by defeating
the Balboa High team in a dual
meet 58 to 51. The Airmen took
first in, 10 of the 13 events and in
many cases they only had one
man in an eVent.
This was the final tune up
meet for the Flyers beofre the
Balboa Relays and their showing
in the meet stamped them as fa
rites for their third straight fee-
lays title. The Bulldogs showed
well in several events but seem
ed to lack the outstanding 'per
formers that it is going to take to
win the Relays.
John Clark was a triple winner
for the Flyers, taikng the shot put
with 50 ft. 7 in.,t he high jump
at 5 ft. 8 In., and the 880 in 2:16
His teammate Dan Mescall got a
brace of tirsts and ran on the win
rung 440 relay team. He took the
broad jump with 21 ft. 1 in. and
me nign nurdies m 16.5.
The best of the Bulldogs was
Bill Halvosa who who won the
pole vault with 11 feet. Carl Tooth Tooth-man
man Tooth-man surprised with a win in the
aiscus Dy getting one out 120 f,
in. The only other high
otuwi win came in the mile re
lay wnen a team of Charlie
French, Al Nahmad, Carl Tooth Tooth-man;
man; Tooth-man; and Tom McKeown won by
iriue margin in dial. 4.
mere is no question, that the
Flyers are spread plenty thin
wnen it comes to numbers, but
wnat tney lack in sue, they have
m quality. Mescall, Clark, Trufant,
Guidet Heinzman, and Anemone
give them a sextet of the very
vcsi in iocai iracK and field. Gui
uei, wno is a past master and
getting the most out of his men,
and placing them tn th artet
advantage, is confident of winning
j ,a "na rlm nw lt is
doubtful if anyone could give him
avu icauu wny mey shouldn't.
inis meet served as a tune up
for the Bulldogs for the chni
ma i
meet this Thursday night at Bal-
uua aianium when thov 11 k
host to Cristobal and J. C. in the
annual Interscholastic League
ueuiai ineei.
AMERICAN WINS
MOSCOW (tjp) Tommy Kono
of Sacramento, Calif., defeated
r eaor iBogdanovsky of Russia
Sunday m a 'middleweight weight
lifting match. Kono lifted a total
of 918.5 pounds to 907.5 for his
rival.
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Morrice, Babb, Arango Win
Esso Tourney Round Matches

Raul Arango, medalist in the
championship flight in the 1958 Ea
so Golf Tournament which start started
ed started during the past week at the
Panama Golf Club, startled some
ot tne top golfers Sunday when he
finished off Al Corsale in th.e first
rouna alter 36 torrid holes. Com Coming
ing Coming in all even at 18, the two play players
ers players went at it hammer and tongs
in the final 18. Corsale, with a
low handicap of 3, gave Arango,
with a handicap of 8, two strokes
on each side, and Arango astonish astonished
ed astonished Corsale with some splendid
play chich matched his own.
In the final 18 holes, Corsale
finished with a smart three -over'
par 75, with Lul steaming m only
one behind with a fine 76. The med medal
al medal score, however, was to no avail,
with Arango winning by a. score
of 2 and 1 over the 36-hole route
Jim Hinkle, striving to compete
in two tournaments at one time,
was unable to cope with Babb in
another championship flight match
losing 2 and 1. Hinkle gave Babb
oniy one siroKe, ana aon was
equal to the occasion to come
thru for a fine win.
Frank Morrice, until recently
ambassador to Costa Rica but now
back in Panama, knocked over the
popular Gordon Dalton by a lop lopsided
sided lopsided score of 5 and 4, with the
help of two strokes. Morrice was
particularly strong in his match
while Dalton seemed unable to
straighten those long putts for
which he is famous. Morrice lost
none of his former ability at the
Panama course and he appears to
be a player to watch from now on
m the championship flights.
Complete resuts of the champion
ship flight in the first round match
es are as follow:
Upper Bracket
R. Arango de Corsale
(36 holes)
Babb d. Hinkle 2 and 1
C. Arosemena de Moreno 2
and 1
Leonard d. Plaiz 3 and 2
D. Westman d. Torres 2 up
F. Morrice d. Dalton 5 and 4
Beall d. Arman up
Lower Bracket
Saarinen d. Walker 1 up
A. Arias d. Morris 1 up
Des. Londes d. Ernesto
de la
Guardia Jr. (default)
Moran d. Lively 2 and 1
Martinz d. F. Baldwin 3 and 2
Kade d. Gracy (default)
Mueller d. Elich (default)
In the lower bracket, Landon
and Medinger had a doable de default,
fault, default, since neither are on theIsth theIsth-mus.
mus. theIsth-mus. In the upper byaeket, Dr.
Massnt Snd LetBrun tied at the
end of 18 jand willplay off Thurs
day to (determine the winner ot
the match.
In the 1st flight matches, medal
ist A. de Mena, with a 19 handi
can. defeate A. Tapia with a 16
handicaD by a score of 10 and 9.
Brick Hattler had a hard time de
featrne Cain, with the later receiv
ing eight strokes advantage. iea
Wither was knocked over by a.as-
cher by the same advantage in
strokes and found it too much. Bill
Swenson, recent trophy winner,
cave four strokes to Berger and
found himself on tne losing enu
hv a score of 1 un. as did Har
rington, who gave Chandler four
strokes and lost.
First flight match results
as follow:
Upper Bracket
are
A. de Mena d. A. Tapia 10 and9
Gleichman d. Valdes 3 and l
C. Kline d. Willis 1 up
Hattler d. Cain 1 up
Halman d M. Monzo 1 up
Exhibition
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Urban, Maas (4), Johnson (7)
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iBurgess.
At Orlando
Pitts. 010 021 000 4 lOi-2
Wash. (A) 004 200 10X 7-r-0
Friend, Kline (4), Witt (7) and
Foiles, Rand (5); Pascual, Byeriy
(3). Ramos (6) and Korcheck.
WP Byeriy. LP Friend.
At St. Petersburg
Boston (A) 000 142 001 8 13-4
N. Y. (A) 002 030 000 59-0
Smith. Delock (4), Wall (6),
Schroll (9) and White. Daley (5);
Monroe, Ditmar (4), James (6),
Dick (9) and Blanchard. WP
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BILL LOSES
CASABLANCA (UP) Cherif
Hamia of France, the European
featherweight, champion, took a
10-round decision from Bobby. Rail
of Youngstown, Ohio, Saturday

Doel d. Romangoza 2 and 1
Rupp d. R. Boyd 2 and 1
Baugardner d. Heurtematt (de

fault)
Lower Bracket
Berger d. Swenson 1 up
Chandler d. Harrington 4 and I
A. de Janen d. P. Sosa 3 and l
J. Boyd d. Richardson 5 and 3
J. Westman d. AJeman (default)
Kaplan d. Duran 1 up
Shaw d. Abad (default)
Kascher d. Wilber 1 up
Following the listed the upper
and lower bracket matches in the,
championship flight, which are to
be completed by 6 p.m. next Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening: (handicaps shown in
parenthesis)
Arango (8) vs Babb (5)
C. Arosemena (7J vs Winner of
LeBrun-Massot match
Leonard (7) vs D. Westman (4)
Morrice (7) vs Beall (4)
Saarinen (4) vs A. Arias Jr. (6)
Des Londes (8) vs Moran (6)
' Martinz (Bye)
Kade (7) vs Mueller (1)
All of the golfers who were de defeated
feated defeated in the Championship and
first flight matches fell into Con
solation Flights (called Champion,
ship Consolation Flight and First
Flight Consolation). Pairings in
these two flights ate as follows:
and these matches should afso be
played off by next Sunday even evening:
ing: evening: CONSOLATION FLIGHTS
Championship Flight
(Upper Bracket)
Corsale (3) vs Walker (8)
Leonard (7) vs F. Baldwin (8)
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. 8)
vs loser of LeBrun-Massot match
alton (4) vs Gracy (7)
LftsWyl
inkle (4) vs c. Mot
ir(7)
Torres (6) vs ((Bye)
Moreno (6) vs Lively (7)
Arman ) vs.Elro (9j
First Flight Consolation
(Upper Bracket)
Tapia (16) vs Swenson (IS)
M. Monzo (16) vs R. Aleman (15)
Willis (14) vs P. Sosa (16)
R. Boyd 19) vs Abad (15)
Lower Bracket
J. Valdes (15) vs Harrington (11)
Romagoza (15) vs Duran (19)
Cain (22) vs Richardson (13)
Wilber (11) vs Heurtematte (13)
Basketball
Results
East
iBrown 76 Rhode Island 67
Wilkes 73 Albright 67
Syracuse 75 Connecticut 70
Manhattan 69 Fordham 67
St. Francis (Pa.) 91 Duquesne 77
Bucknell 79 Muhlenberg 71
LaSalle 75 Villanova 64
Temple 91 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 77
Midwest
Indiana 75 Michigan St. 72
Michigan 95 Iowa 92
Cincinnati 80 Xavier (Ohio) 68
Northwestern 88 Illinois 72
Kansas 61 Kansas St. 44
Bradley 88 Detroit 71
Southwest
Oklahoma St. 74 Wichita 50
St. Louis 83 Houston 76
Brigttam Young 77 N. Mexico 55
West
Denver 74 Utah St. 68
Colorado 54 Nebraska 52
Montana 75 Wyoming 55
Utah 105 Colorado St. U. 79
Idaho 62 Oregon St. 55
Stanford 74 Oregon 53
UCLA 89 Washington 68
Atlantic Coast Conference
Tournament at Raleigh, N.C.
Final Round
Maryland 86 North Carolina 74
Southern Conference Tournament
at Richmond, Va.
Final Round
W. Virginia 74 Wm. a Mary St
NCAA Small College Regionals
At Waltham, Mass.
Final Round
St. Michael's (Vt.) 97 Adelphia 58
Consolation
Brandeis 71 Repsselar Poly 69
At Now York
Final Round
American U. 72W agner 65
Buffalo 77 Phila. Textile 7S
At Springifield, Mo.
Final Round
Southwest Missouri St. 73 Regis 65
Consolation
Arkansas St. 83 Centenary 70
At Vermillion, S. D.
Final Round
South Dakota U. 102 Knox 51
Consolation
Wartburg 83 Gustavus-Dolphus 73
At Grambling, La.
Final Round
Grambling 88 N. Carolina AST 7t
Consolation
S. Carolina St. 80 Phil. Smith
At Santa Ana,, Calif.
Final Round
Chapman 12 Fresno St. 48
Consolation
Chico ft. 78 Iinfield 83 ;

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Balboa High Increases Margin In Pacific Twilight League

TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 195

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mils telay team, and In all probability some of these lads will see duty in the medle relays
as Well. These lads will be out to regain some of the prestige the Bulldogs lost last year by
not winning one of the relay races in the Balboa Relays. Balbino Caldito (880), Tom Mc Mc-Keown,
Keown, Mc-Keown, Abw Lagassie (mile), Al Nahmad (440), CharJie French (sprints, 440) ana Ernesto
3harp (440) are making plans now to take their share of the gold trophies, on the nights of
March 21-22, at Balboa Stadium. ".

CI ay ten Makes It 2 Straight
Over League Leading Al brook

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RARE THRILLER Alcaraz (3) noses out Thundevstreak (2)
while mutuels favorite Geyser finishes third in a race that
left many hoarse yesterday. Leading jockey BrauUo Baeza
received a tremendous ovation for his excellent rldn aboard
the winner. Heliodcro Gustlnes, aboard Thunderstreak, and
Crlstian .Rebolledo, cn Geyser, also rode creditably. In this
picture, Geyser appears to be leading but the official photo
of the finish shows him third, more than a, necs behind
the leaders.

FEATURE RACE WINNER Mutuels favorite Aguador out outlasts
lasts outlasts Joselito to win the $750 six furlong main event; at the
President Remon racetrack yesterday. The little Chilean colt
sped the three-quarter mile over a lightning fast track in
1:11. Alfredo Vasquez rode the winner while Braulio Baeza
. had the leg up on joselito.

Along The Fairwayr.

Presentation of the trophy will
be made at the next monthly PvV PvV-GA
GA PvV-GA tournament scheduled for
March 22 at the Gamhna r.nt

Club. This is also the date on

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PANAMA TEAM RETIRES
MERCURIO TROPHY
'
The second and final matches
of the 1958 Panama Women's Golf
Association Interclub tournament
were completed at the Ft. Davis
Golf Club last. Saturday.
The Panama' team scored 517
points winning by a wide margin
over Ft. Amador with 447 points,
Brazos with 405 points and Summit
Wi$h 359 points. Sylva Carpenter
was highman in number of points
scored by an individual team mem member.
ber. member.
This being tlfe third consecutive
year that the Panama team has
won the PWGA irterclub tourna tournament..
ment.. tournament.. thf Moroi-.'n trrt-.Vi. ...;n

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The Fort Clayton Cavaliers

made it two in a raw over the

Jeague-leading Albrook Flyers Sa

turday night at Beam Stadium by
downinc the Fivers. 3-1.

The Cavaliers iumned into what

proved to an insurmountable lead

in the lourth inning when center center-fielder
fielder center-fielder Manning Weaver doubled,
riehtfielder Walt Sauerburn trinl-

ed and catcher Billy Reavis singl

ed, accounting lor two big runs

They picked up, one more tally
in the fifth stanza on a solo home

run by leftfielder Rav Rameavlt

Albrook's only run crossed the
plate in the eighth inning by vir

tue of a double by catcher Manuel

Lopez, a hit batter and two bases

on bans.

Reavis and Ramczyk had two

hits apiece lor Clayton and Bobbv

Langer collected three safeties to

pace the Flyers.

Cav hurler Joe Sehufritz picked

up his second wm in seven deci decisions
sions decisions and Flyer righthander Bob
Hansen absorbed his second loss

in seven decisions.
At Kobbe's Renchcr Field Sun

day afternoon the Fort Kobbe Re

gulars overcame a 3-1 deficit with

three runs in the sixth inning and
went on to beat the Fort Amador

Troopers, 5-3.

A double by second baseman

Bill Bridges, a hit batter, a base
on balls and a fielder's choice

accounted for one Regular tally

in the opening stanza.

Amador combined four hits with
8' sacrifice and a base on balls
to take a 3-1 lead in the second

canto.

Five hits and two Amador errors

accounted for three Regular runs

in the sixth and two hits, two ba
ses on balls and a fielders choice
produced one more Kobbe tally

in the seventh.

'Bridgesv.had three hits for Kob

be and shortstop Mike Rivera pac
ed the Troopers with two safeties

Doug Norton picked up his eighth

win in 12 decisions for Kobbe and

Amador's Jack Kaps was charged

with his sixth toss in nine deci

sions.

Sports Briefs

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PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE

Team W L

Balboa High School 4
Kent Cigarettes 7 S
Lucky Strike 7 8
Junior College 4 10

Last Night's Result
Balboa High 6, Junior College 1
Tonight's Game
- Kent vs Balboa High School

The Balboa High Bulldogs de defeated
feated defeated Junior College last night 6

ro i ana increased tneir lead over
Kent to one and one half games.
Tonight the Bulldogs could wrao

up the 1958 championship by scor

ing a win over Kent.
Kent has three games left to
plaj but they cannot afford to lose
tonight as a loss win put them out
of the running. The Cigarettemen
have one game with Junior Col College
lege College and one mor game with Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High. The JC vs Kent game is
scheduled for Wednesday night
and the postponed eame with thp

High School will be played next

weea.
Will Pretto, defeated by Hign
School 4 to 1 in their last meetine.

will be on the mound for Kent

ine loss to High School was Pret

to's first this season after the Kent

righthander had racked up three

straight wins. Pete Salas will
handle Pretto's slants behind the
plate.

Morgan Schoeh, victor over Kent
in the 4 to 1 win for High School,

win oe on tne mound for the Bull
dogs shooting for his fourth win,

The Schoo'boys- ace righthander
haa won three and lost none so

tar this season. George Trimble
will be behind the plate for High
School.
Last night Balboa High, behind

tne tour nit pitenmg of Fred Har Har-ley,
ley, Har-ley, handed the Junior College

meir tentn aeceat of the season.
Balboa High scored two runs in

the second without getting a base-
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mi. smuicr leu uu wuming uon

Alexander lor a free pass and rac

ea arouna to tnira wnen uoay
grabbed Thompson's attempted sa

crifice and threw wildly past

first base. Thompson went to sec

ond ont he bad throw. Barbier stole
home for the first run with Thomp Thompson;
son; Thompson; going to third base. Thompson
also, stole home for the second run

as Cody could not come up with

Alexander s low pitch.

Balboa High scnore two more

runs in the third when the Colle
gians kicked the ball around mak

ine two costly errors and a wild

pitch by Ronnie Mead let in one
run. Balboa High scored their last
two runs collecting three base hits
in the sixth with Larry Horine
driving in the runs with a hard
smash oif the1 glove of Hoch at
third base.
College scored their only run in

the fourth when Ronnie Mead

singled with one away. Mead

reached second base on a passed

ball and came around to score on
Spike Cody's single to left field.
Harley went ail the way for Bal

boa High scoring his third win in

five games giving up four hits,
walking one and striking out six

batsmen Don Alexander starter for

College and gave way to Ronnie
Mead in the third inning when he
suffered a blister on his throwing
hand. The defeat was charged to
Alexander to even his pitching rec record
ord record at two wins and two losses.
Don Ryter led the Bulldogs at
the plate with perfect two for

two with Ronnie "Tweetie" Mead

led the Collegians with two singles
in two ofiicial trips to the plate.

The box score:

Junior Celltgt
Linares, cf
Hatchett, lb
Mead, ss, p p-Alexander,
Alexander, p-Alexander, p,
Cody, c
Schneider, rf
Dolan, 1l
Hoch, 3b
(X) Hilbard,

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2 1 2

0 0
0 1
0 0

0 0

0 0

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Balboa High
Blevins, rf
Horine, cf
French, cf
Morris, 2b
Ryter, ss

Trimble, c
Ness, lb
Barbier, If
Thompson, $b
Harley, p

Ab R H Pe A

Standingi
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(Second Half)
Teams W L Pet

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(X) Singled for Hoch in the sev

enth.

Score By Inninat

Junior College

000100 0-148

Balboa High

0 2 2 0 0 2 x-6 5 10
Errors: Hatcehtt: Codv (31.

Blackburn 2. Struck out by Har Harley
ley Harley 6, Alexander 3. Mfead l. Base

6n ba'ls Harley 1. Alexander 3.

Mead 2. Pitching records Alex Alexander
ander Alexander 2 runs o hits in two innings,
Mead 5 hits 4 runs in four in innings.
nings. innings. Double plays Harley to
Ness to Trimble. Winning pitcher

Harley (3-2). Losine nitpher

Alexander (2-2). Umpires P. Cor Cor-ngan
ngan Cor-ngan and Womble. Scorer Mead.

xime -ri:47.

TRIPLE CROWN
NEW YORK f UP Th. rnint.

bla Broadcasting System will tel telecast
ecast telecast and broadcast exclusively

the 1958 triple crown races for
three-year-old horses. The series
includes ilheKentucky Derby May
3, the Preakness May IT and the
Belmont Stakes June 7.

Mercury outboard 3
CHS-Alumni v 2
C.H.S. N 1
Powells 0
Sunday's Results

Mercury 8 Powells 1
C. H. S. 4 CHS-Alumni 3
TONIGHT'S GAME
Powells vs C.H.S.
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Atlantic Twilight League
second half race was thrown into

a wide-open four-team affair bun-

day afternoon with, Mercury Out

board sweeping into the lead by

a half .game, scoring an 8 to 1
victory over the first half winners,
Powells.
, It was the second consecutive
defeat for Powells without a win,

both at the hands of the MercUry

nine. And the second half leaders

received an assist from CristotMi
High School when the Tigers took

the measure of alumni by a 4 to

3 count in a thrilling battle that
raged white hot right down to the

final winning run that came a-

cross in the bottom half of the last
frame.

Behind sunerb three-hit pitching

by Charlie Hint, the Mercury nine

served notice on the rest of the

loop that they are in the fight for

the second half in earnest. Hinz

pitched no-hit ball for five innings

and the lone tally scored was a

home-run off the bat of Haas in

the bottom of the sixth.

It was Hinz' sixth win of. the

season against a single lbss. Noel
Gibson, the league's top pitcher
for many seasons, met with some
rough" treatment as he failed to
finish three innings against the
Pacific Side entry in the Gold

Coast loop. Gibson gave up six hit

and aas charged with six runs in

two complete innings, leaving in

the third without retiring a bat
ter.

Highley took over in the third

and held Mercury to four hits and

a pair of runs. The loss was uib

son's second of the season. He has
ton seven. Tochterman and, Trout

were the big guns for the Mercury

attack, the latter getting 3 for 4

and Trout 2 for three.

The night cap even which Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High took 4 to 3 against the

Alumni, was a thriller Atlantic

Twilight League fans will not soon
forget. Mel Fields, -going all the
way for Cristobal, allowed 7 hits,
but was tight in the clutches as he

registered 'his first win of the sea

son. Fields had 5 strike -outs and
walked 5 batters. Lapish started

for the losers and allowed only

scattered hits. He struck out 11
and walked 6, the bases on balls

comine in for much of the scor

ing along with a couple of untime untimely
ly untimely errors.
Cristobal High scored a pair in
their half of the first inning on

two walks and an error. Alumni

tipH the score in the upper half of

the third on singles by Hayden and

Campanella and a three base Diasi

by Pat Quinian. Even uiougn n-

n ah struck out tne Siae in me

lower third, he managed to give

up three walks and a smgle to

fipnree Kirkland and cristooai

High again went out, in front.

The Alumni threatened io uirow

tha same wide ooen in the upper

fifth, putting togetner inree uare

hits, two of which went lor exira

hasps hut scored only once. Rez-

nick singled, stole second ano wem

to third on a wild pucn, scoring

moments lajer on a passea oau.

Bell tripled, but was cut wwn
st the plate trying to score. Hay Hayden
den Hayden doubled and was caught off

base, Fields to Sasso, ano mue

went down swinging io eno m.
r-iiH. rahanillas and Bill Grb-

aon opened Cristobal's half of the
.,th -frame with back to nacic

singles, Cabanillas moving to third
' vt rrv, Ti ciora tried

on uioson s diow. x -----

th aoueeze. but sasso iauea w

ia iiown an outside pitch and Ca

banillas was out st the plate. Don

ald Humphrey hit a snarp 8r"";
er to second which was hobbled
,mntrilv bv St. Cyr. who then

threw high to home in an effort to

cut Gibson down si me piaie, uu
the Cristobal first-baseman easUy
slid in for the winning tally tally-POWELLS
POWELLS tally-POWELLS PLAYS CHS TONIGHT
The team that was nearly un unbeatable
beatable unbeatable in the first half, Powells,
will be seeking their first win of
the second half tonight when they
meet C.H.S. at 7 o'clock. Either
Diek Vmas or Billy Gibon Will be
Cristobal's mound choice, and the
first half winners will probably
come back with Noel Gibson who
worked onlji 2 innings against Mer Mercury
cury Mercury Sunday.
The box scores:

First Game

Mercury
Cicero 2b
Ryter ss
Alexander 3b
Kirkland L. c
Trimble 'f
Tochterman ef
Ridge rf
Trout lb

Hinz p
Powells
Hall lb
Dedeaux ss
Gibson N.
Highley 2b-p
Hooper cf
Downing 3b
Sapp If
P.osenkrantz c
Haas rf

Score by Inninat

Mercury Outboard

"016100 ft 8 m

Powells

o o o 0 0 1 ft l

3 4

Second Game
CHS Alumni Ab R H Pe
St. Cyr 2b 4 0 0 1
Campanella 3b 2 1 l i
Perez 3b 10 0 1
Quinlan cf 2 l l 2
Reznick ss- 3 l i i
y b 3 0 11
Weigle lb 0 0 0 0
c 4.039
2 0 0 1
Brittle If 2 0 0 1
rf 3 0 0 1
Lapish p 2 0 0 0
Sasso 2b 1 1 0 3
Detore G. 3b 0 1 0 l
Humphrey ss 2 0 0 0
cf 3 0 0 0
Kirkland c 3 t) 1 4
ace If 3 0 0 0
Fields p s 0 0, 1
MGriw rf 3 0 D 0
Cabanillas ss-3b 3 0 2 0

Gun Club Notes

CRISTOBAL

Cristobal Gun Club scattershots,
with the C.W. Stewart Memorial

Trap Shoot not due until May 4,
persisted in their long war upon
the clay pigeons at last Wednes

day s regular afternoon session,
but, in light-hearted and merrv

mood, did plenty missing.
"Shorty" Schexnayder continued
on top in Sheet scoring, 20-gaug
ing 22, Frank Chollar managing the

same number, but a larger bore.
Art Sutton and George Lopp ac ac-cunted
cunted ac-cunted for 21 each, using a 20, and

ueorge a 12.

"Nobby" Keller, generally srood

for a long, straight run, led the
16-yard Trap shooters, but with

only 21, while Sutton outscored
the 20-yard handicap group
by soundly ruining 20 birds.

p. C. Casanova, working hard
to get his doubles score uo where

it belongs, improved a bit over

the prior week, and knocked down
IS.
Trap shooters presently are ac accorded
corded accorded preference in use of the
range, pending the C. Z. State
Shoot, and opportunity, for practi practice
ce practice each Wedenesday at 4:30 p.m. p.m.-Registered
Registered p.m.-Registered Trap shoots are held
on the first Sunday mornings of
every month.

Palumbo J. lb 0 10 8 0
Gibson W. lb 2 118 1
23 -4 4 21 IS
Score by Innings
CHS Alumni
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Littler, Maxwell
Venturi In First
Hound Golf Tie
NEW ORLEANS (UP) Gene
t Littler was the first of three pro
golfers tied for the lead of the
$20,000 Greater New Orleans Open
Tournament to tee off today for
1 the second round.
Littler, of Singing Hills, Calif.,
fired a four-under-par 68 on first
round play to match cards by
? rookie sensation Ken Venturi of
San Francisco and Billy Maxwell
i of Odessa, Tex.
Young Venturi, who turned pro
i some 16 months ago, was four un under
der under par at the .end of 10 holes in
the first round, Ihen slipped for

a bogie on the 13th hole. A gal gallery
lery gallery favorite, he camp back witn
two birdies on the final two holes
to match low scores posted by
Maxwell and Littler.
Close behind the leaders was
another trio, grouped at 69 4T3iIly
Casper of Apo!e Valley. Calif.;
f0I.(J of Mahopae. N.Y., and
Goalby. Jo'in Bamum. Frv?e
'inson anrl George Bayer were
ined at 70.

1 Apartments

ATTSNTION. t. I.I jroat bsj
modem furnished ipartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941
Modern opartments for rent.
Phone 3-2392 Panama. After
5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: On April 15, fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom apartment,
maid's room, hot water, garage.
Phone 3-2279 from 2:30 p.m.
FOR RCNT Modern apart apartment
ment apartment on the 5th flor, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living, dining rooms,
maid's room, large balcony, hY
water, garage, etc., in 50th St.
Manuel Maria Icaia. For infor information,
mation, information, call phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT Attractively fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment,
moderately priced. Bella Vista,
close to Hotel El Panama. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Attractive two bod bod-room
room bod-room spacious, modern apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Maid's room, porches, hot hot-water.
water. hot-water. 49th street No. 13 "Gre "Gre-cia"
cia" "Gre-cia" Bella Vista.
FOR RENT Two bedroom
furnished apartment, Ave. Juste
Arosemena and 43 Street No.
21. Tel. 3-4849.
TOR RENT $50.00, furnish,
id apartment with all. North
American neighbor, 82nd Street
No. 48, phone 3-04712-3341.
,
FOR RENT Two bedroom a-
partment; living dining room,
maid's room. Justo Arosemena
Avenue, 3711. Information
Street 37, 4-23.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom a a-partmonts,
partmonts, a-partmonts, unfurnished, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, large dining and living
room, separate maid's room with
bath; hot water, and garage. In
high, cool locality, all screened.
El Cangrejo. Office hours 2 2-0321.
0321. 2-0321. After hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT Small furnished
apartment in best residential
area. Near bus stops, 43 rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in a modern clean build building
ing building on Tivoli Ave. Includes lin linen
en linen and everything for the house.
Cool and comfortable $95.00
monthly. Apply personally o
Tivoli Ave. 21A24 Apartment
No. 7, office hours.
Albrook Defeats CHS
In Dual Track Meet
Albrook's Flyers tuned-up for the
Balboa Relays by coasting td a
58 to 42 point score in a dual
meet last Wednesday evening at
Mt. Hope Stadium.
With an unusual downpour of
rain the night before the meet,
the times suffered to some extent
because of the wet track. The Air
Force men took nine first places
in this meet and Al Guidet and
John Clarjt ted the running Blue
to victory with their double wins.
John Clark the outstanding per
former of the meet, tied for first
In the 70 yd. High Hurdles with
his teammate John Mescall. Clark
also won the Shot Put and the
High Jump.
Cristobal, was able to score a
first in the 880 yd. run when Ga-v
ry Irving, remained undeteated
in his half-mile race. Also sooring
first was Billy Gibson who was
the only double winner for C.H.S.
Gibson, missed the Canal Zone
Schools record in the Broad
Jump by li", when he jumped 21
ft. 10N" and he also scored a
first in the Discus with a heave
of 143' 10".
Results of meet:
Event, time and distance, first
place, second place, third place,
fourth place. ,,
70 Yd. High Hurdles, 9 sec,
Mescall, Clark, AAF, Gibson C,
Hall C
100 Yd. Dash, 10.5, Guidet, AAF,
DeTore C. Anemone AAF, Brooks
C
Mile, 4.50, Hehuman, AAF,
Sanders C, Lorenzo C, Sterling C
440 Yd. Dash, 56.7 Trufant
AAF, Newhard C, Bath 60 C Bial Bial-kowski
kowski Bial-kowski C
AO x 4, 48.5, AAF, C.H.S, 50
880 Yd. 2.14.6, Irving C. Brack Brack-ins
ins Brack-ins C, Hunter AAF x
220 Ydd. 24.4 Guidet AAF, De De-Tore
Tore De-Tore C, Elliott AAF
Broad .lump 21' 10 ft" Gibson
C, Mescall AAF, Kulig
Shot Put'49'2" Clark AAF,
Jones AAF, Brooks. C Pabon C
High Jump 51' 5" Clark AAF,
Pagon C, DeTore C
Discus 143' 10" Gibson C, Bai Bailey
ley Bailey C, Jones AAF Pabdn C
Spring Medley 1.39.4, AAF, C.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet
Station Wagon. 9 passenger 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Call 6-134 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE 49 DeSoro Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine. Call
Panama 3-7882.
FOR SALE! Oldsmobile 1952
$500. Week days 82-3160.
Ernst or Qtrs. 2006-A after 4
p.m.
FOR SALE 1952 Chevrolet
four-door sedan. Standard Shift.
C.Z. Inspected. $495.00. Please
Phono Cristobal 2544.
THE
NEW
canon
OAMBOAO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama N. fork Colon
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevjr way. Body Hassan,'
Excercising Machines, Turkish
bath, Trained operators tor ladles
end gentlemen Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car' through
Agency
DICK DEHL1NGER
representing
Government Employees Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-49843-4085
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
NY Knickerbockers
Still Alive For NBA
Playoff Position
The New York Knickerbockers
are still "alive" today in their
battle for a National Basketball
Association playoff berth but the
patient's condition couldn't be
more critical.
The Knicks, who staved off the
crusher with a 123-81 triumph
over the Philadelphia Warriors
Sunday, can tie for third place
duly by beating the champion
Celtics two, straight games in Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Even then, the Warriors
would have to lose their remain remaining
ing remaining games to St.' Louis and Syra Syracuse.
cuse. Syracuse. The Knicks' chances of beating
the Celtiqs twice in Boston may
be assessed by a simple statistic.
The Celtics' season record at
home is 24-3 the third lost a
121-107 deciion 4o the Cincinnati
Royals Sunday. The two games
are scheduled for Tuesday and
Wednesday nights.
George' Yardley became the
first pro basketball player to
score 2,000 points in a single sea
son as the Syracuse Nationals
beat the Detroit Pistons, 111-90;
and' fie Minneapolis Lakers fte fte-fealed
fealed fte-fealed the St. Louis Hawks, 107-99,
in the other Sunday games.

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CA8A ZALDO-Cwtr.1
Julj Ave, J at o LEWIS
Home Articles
FOR SALE Lovely Wrought
Iron Dining Room Sets Re Reduced
duced Reduced From 195.00 to 150.00.
Rattan Living Room Sets 150. 150.-00,
00, 150.-00, Mahogany Living Room Sets
98.00. Double Beds complete
44.00, Mahogany Dining Room
Sets 69.00, Modem Vanities
65.00, Chest's of Drawers 19.00,
Bunkbeds 44.00, Folding Beds
35.00, China Closets 19.00,
Basket Chairs 12.50.' Easy. Terms
Club Plan. Chi:o am On .,.
Almacen HX ( Household Ex
change) National Ave. No. 41,
Tel. 3-4911, 3-7348.
ECUADOR JOINS AGENCY
VIENNA, March 11 (Up)8ec (Up)8ec-uador
uador (Up)8ec-uador has become the 6th mem member
ber member of the International Atomic
Energy Agency, it wdj announced
here today at agency headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Teams
Wen
Lett
F. Ieaza y Cia.
Zenith TV
Duran Coffea
57V4
48
44
43
41
41
39
35
33
29 V4
25
20
18Vi
28
32
33
33
35
37
41
43
464
ol
56
Dunlop Rubber
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travel
Pepsi Cola
Martini Vermouth
Blue Star Milk
Balboa (Beer
Hillman Cars
Canada Dry
Leading Avpraups
Pahl
175,
Coffey 173. LuttenDerger 165, Kele
in, nassier xtu. i
Scott Atwater 4 Martini 0
F. Train's Srritt Aiwa tor MnaYu-
had their fuel tanks full of high
yvnvi uuvviuig, aim utcy MUH AWJ
the pins from beneath the Martini
Vermouths for all four points. The
Vermouths gave the pennant hound
Scott Atwaters a stiff tussle m the
first turn cramps hut pnulrl nnr Irtfpn
up the pace and were swamped
L. 1 A iS
Dy plenty in me lasi game.
Jim Rnwen for the motors never
relented one moment all evening
and came out witn a sei series.
For the Vermouths of Martini, Si
Baldwin made his presence felt
with 526.
Zenith TV 3 Hillman Cars 1
The Zenith TV's as the runner
tip team in the loop, cannot afford
to droD anv points in the few re
maining weeks of bowling, did drop
the second came and had to be
satisfied with three points. Unless
the Scott Atwater Motors tau apart
in the last three weeks, the Zenith
TV's will have to settle for second
place money. Ray Walker walloped
the pins tor me top mar ior ma
Zpnith teams for the Hillman Cars
it was De Luca all the way with
479.
Cafe Duran 2 Pepsi Cola 2
Here was a nice friendly get to
opthpt- With all honors even at
two points ieach, despite the fact
that the Pepsi's bad two lads who
went over the 500 mark Ray
m T ..a.
Schneider and poitsioer iony wii
tenberger doing the kick.
Fnr the five cues of Coffee Du
ran. there were no heroes but
neither were there any chumps
because all the kcglers were about
even. Captain Nash nabbed 461 lor
high and Al Sass summed 433 for
low, and in between there were
T.ae Pahl and De Carter with 462
and Frank Hager 460. The split
was costly tor tne uurans Decease
they have an excellent chance for
the runnerup position.
Dunlop Rubtor 3 Blue Star Milk T
Dunlop Rubber's old bugaboo
showed its ugly presence wheu the
Dunlop Rubbermen dropped the
opening game. If the Dunlop Rub Rubber
ber Rubber bounce in these opening ses sessions
sions sessions with wins, they would be
pressing the league leaders. Once
the second game is on its way
the Dunlops develop the winning
touch, and this week it was no
different,
After dropping the first pent,
the Rubbermen rubbed out the op
posing Blue Star Aliumen iur ma
next three points. Slim Pay Kelly
was the king-pin of tbn Dunlop at at-atck
atck at-atck with a resounding 526 series
performer for the aairymeni mm
ertT
Kent Cigarettes 2 Tivom iraveii,
Before tne Dame aianou.
two teams were tied for fifth place,
j ...u. ik. hnctiiities ended their
aim wiieu ,
r.miinprl unchansed. the
Tivoli Travels departed on the right
road by winning the opener by
38 pins, but the Kent Cigarettes
filtered tnrpugn m
games by very sum maiBHi,
ning the middle game by four pms,
and the last game by two.
r-,u harf their champs.
Tivoli' s Bill Good was ready good
with 517, and Al Turner
a OOv. a w i
.... TnHaii tallied 522 and Bill
acy
Coffey conked 535 pms.
j. rirw 2 Balboa Beer 2
Here was another case of a team
...i-niis tum sames and yet losing
W HUH v.. w O
the total pin marker. In the oprter
Balboa Beer apuieo me pms u
over the lanes, ana moopea up a
104 pin advantage, but the Canada

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE 15 Sea babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balboa.
FOR SALE Ward's Rotary til tiller
ler tiller 24 hp. $140. Two-wheel
trailer chasis $45.00. 2042-1
Curundu, C.Z. Tele. 7237.
FOR SALE Foe Golf "Ken"
neth Smith" Stainless chrome,
three wood, putter "Federsen,"
pucker in cloth. Good price.
Phone 3-7596.
FOR SALE 4 Vert, blinds
(3) 83x70 in. (I) 83x56 in.
One dross Ne. 20. Also house household
hold household items. Call 4:30 to 7:00
P.m. Balboe 2-3305. House
5412 Diablo.
?nrythn.iitbedeni'dPUtonf
to their nin m. u.;
and took the next two games, but
could not overcome the I04 pin de-
Curley Bates gave the youngsters
on hoth outfits a sample of top
wnaae Dowung with a barrel full
529 series for the Balboa Brewers
For the Canada Dry Hi-spots occup-
,vi me iuw spoi joe Sullivan
tossed a 497 set. With th .Hrlitinn
of Don Rudy in their lim!in thB
Canada Drys are hoping to vacate
me ceiiar oeiore the season ends.
Honor Roll (200 or better game)
Bates 202, Turner 205, Good 226
Walker 204, Bowen 203.
PACIFIC WOMEN'S BOWLING
(Cotton and Oortvt League)
Vm W LL
Miscast 65 39
Misbehaved 62 41
Mism 55 49
Missaya f 51 i
Mischiefs 51 52
Mistake 46 58
Misled 44 60
Misfit 41 kj
While their doings have not been
related m print the ladies of the
Friday norning Coffee and Donnt
League have been going quite re regularly
gularly regularly at the Cteyton Keeling Pa
lace. In fact only two more weeks
remain on the schedule. While the
Miscasts have a three points over,
tne runnerups the Misbehaved are
.hopeful of catching up with the
leaders during the stretch drive.
Miscast 3 Mischiefs 1
The Miscasts with Marg Sewell
as their skipper are rushing to
naildown first place and be crown crowned
ed crowned "champions", and woe to those
who are in their way to this ob objective!
jective! objective! Last week three of the Miscasts
Crew went over that 500 quota quota-Damsels
Damsels quota-Damsels Johnson 516, Lund 517
and Sewell 501. This effort helped
a great deal in the Miscasts cap
turing three of four points from
the Mischiefs.
The morning was not complete
ly wasted for the lowers, because
they had some fun in topping the
Miscasts for the last point. Prin
cess Reichert was the only one of
tne Mischief s roster to break 504.
Misbehavod 4 Misled 0
The Misbehaved, lodged in the
runnerup spot are hanging for dear
life determined to catch the lead leaders.
ers. leaders. With eight more points to go
the Misbehaved quintet is set on
winning ail of them. Last week
they picked up one point on the
leaders when they swept the series
from their opponents, Misled.
A trio of the Misbehaved ladies,
W. Morgan 500, Pat Hill and Rose
Anne Morrisey 518 and 517, con
tributed .most to the winning cause.
But it was a bowlerette in the
enemy camp that posted the high highest
est highest scratch and handicap set, Mrs.
Winkler 478 and 574.
Misfire 4 Misfit
Bea Lambroia 503 and Marie
Moore 510 teamed up for the Mis Misfires
fires Misfires to lead them to a clean sweep
of their match with the Misfits,
who seem to have taken a long
lease for the basement of the
league.
In the opening game, the Misfits
nearly won a point but fell short
of this by 14 pins. After the open opening
ing opening effort the Misfires were rather
rough on the gals of the Misfits,
none of which could break the 500,
although Myrt Mangels came close
with 492.
Mistakes 4 Missys 0
The Mistakes made no mistake
in running rough shod over the
Missys for all four points. Mimi
Metzger went to town with a 496
scratch and 556 handicap set, and
her side kick Joe Andrew came
through with a 517 set.
This surge of power on part of
tne Mistakes lifted them from se seventh
venth seventh to sixth spot. Too bad that
these girls didn't use this power
earlier m the season and be among
the leaders.
For the losing Mrssys Kit Van
Ernst did her task with 541 set but
the other lassies could not find
the range for strikes and spares

SERVICES

I-mimrte cat wash $1, stoesa
claanint el motor $5, wasJaej el
ears $6. Aute-BaAe, Trans-Isthmian
Hiejhway near Sears.
FOR THI BIST IN TV MPAIRS
Telephone Panama 1-7607 U. S.
TILIVISION All service C. O. O.
Dependable TV
Service
Reasonable
eliablc
adie TV
a pair
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Bex 1190, Panama, R.P.
7
Real Estate
FOR SAL! Juan Franco lets
with restrictions either for pri private
vate private hemes, apartment houses
or business sections. Easy pay payment
ment payment plan. Apply Manifaga'e
office Ave. Cube 25-43 Tel.
2-0411.
St. Petersburg, Florida. Ditch
Diggers Headquarters! We sell
good value. Attractive homes at
reasonable prices. Also can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good ren rentals.
tals. rentals. See TROY HAYES, co
White Robinson Realty, Inc.,
Realtors at 121 9th Street
North, Telephone 7-0344.
FOR SALI Give-away price.
Residence at Santa Clara with
accommodations for 13 people.
Three thousand maters of land,
cultivated with garden and fruit
trees. Artesian wall. Telephone
3-0019.
FOR SALI Completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottage at Gorgona
Beach, Swim, fish, relax. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ecean view. Bargain, trans transferring
ferring transferring to States. Phone Balboa
4474.
FOR SALI Unique type cot cottage
tage cottage for sale at Santa Clara. See
Mrs. Webster at Casino or call
2-230 Balboa.
Bankrupt Railroad
Real Estate Snarl
Hearing Postponed
NEW YORK, March U (UP)-
Federal Judge Archie O. Dawson
todav adiourned a hearing in a
trustee plan of reorganization for
the bankrupt Hudson A Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan Railroad Co., until March 24.
The delay was requested by
trustee Herman T. Stichman and
his chief counsel. They said they
needed additional time to work
out various phases of the plan.
At the same time. Dawson ap
nroved a 12-vear lease between
Stichman and the Chemical Corn
Exchange Bank for space occu occupied
pied occupied in one of the Tirrinal Build
incs at 58 Church Street. The
lease carries an eight-year re
newal option.
However, opposition developed
to a five-year lease for space in
the building at 30 Church Street
by the ALCO Products Corp.
(American Locomotive Co.), call-
ins for a $3.75 per aquare foot
rental rate.
A bondholders arouo presented
a real' estate expert who had
made an appraisal inspection of
the place last Friday. The expert
said that the rental rate should
be between $4.50 and $5 a square
foot.
Stichman, in urging approval of
t e lease, said that ALCO was a
long-term tenant and had spent
$250,000 improving the premises.
The trustee said that within the
next 12 month period he was
faced with a lot of 240,000 square
feet of space in both buildings,
and that the long-term rental for
ALCO Was in 'the best interests
of the bankrupt company.
DaWson said he was "not im impressed"
pressed" impressed" by the testimony of the
real estate expert and approved
the ALCO lease.
Dawson also adjourned a hear hearing
ing hearing brought by the Hanover Bank
and Trust Co., representing a
group of bondholders. The com company
pany company had requested that the real
estate property be separated from
that of the railroad proper, be because
cause because there was a danger that
the former would operate at a
loss if its income were used to
operate the railroad.
SEARCH ABANDONED
NAPLES, Italy )up) -The hunt
for a missing U.S. Navy jet plane
from the aircraft carrier Sarato-
fa was abandoned Sunday night,
our ships scoured the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean 'for two days without find finding
ing finding a trace of the plane. The pi pilot's
lot's pilot's name has not yet been re released.
leased. released.
CANADIAN SALBS DECLINE
OTTAWA, March 11 (UPV-Ca-nadian
department store sales in
the week ending March 1 declined
inree per cent from a year' ago,
the bureau of statistics said to
day. Increased sates in the thrc-
prairie provinces were more than
offset by declines elsewhere.

Miscellaneous j

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWS -A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALI: 22 ft. sailboat.
Karen", inboard motor. Good
saris. Call Balboa 2-6345 alter
5:00. r
-T-
FOR SALI 22 It., 85 h.p.
inboard cabin cruiser. Licensed
for S, equipped. Phone 3230
Balboa.
FOR SALI 22 Horsepower
Johnson outboard motor. Just
overhauled. Make offer. Phone
Balboa 6317,
FOR SALS IS Sea babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balnea.

Boats & Motors I

Ezra Stands Firm On Farm Slashes
As Law Writers Rush To Block Him

WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP)
House farm law writers today
put fresh steam behind the con congressional
gressional congressional drive to block Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson
from slashing 1958 farm price sup
ports.
Democrats and Republicans on
two House agriculture subenrnmit-
tees overwhelmingly endorsed a
Senate bill that would freeze all
farm price supports at not less
than 1957 levels.
The House agriculture cotton
subcommittee headed by Rep. E.
C. Gathins (D-Ark.) endorsed the
bill 5 to 0 with one member vot voting
ing voting present. The agriculture rice
subcommittee headed by Ren;
Clark W. Thompson (D-Tex.) en
dorsed it 4 to 0. .lb'.
The bipartisan Senate bilk which
is scneaujea
or, Senate faction
iM block Benson's
m supports,,April
this week wou
plans to cut
It also would prevent scheduled
cuts in wheat and feed grain sup
ports later this year. 1
House farm leaders said earlier
the House would take up the bill
as soon a it cleared the Senate.,

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ROME STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE Ignoring a comrade's re restraining
straining restraining arm textreme left), a university student hurls him himself
self himself upon a helmeted policeman during a clash in front of the
Ministry of Education In Rome. The demonstration was one of
several occurring recently by students protesting a new examin examination
ation examination law whfth Imposes post-grad stateXAminations for pro pro-feeional
feeional pro-feeional Jobs.

NOTIC E

Mrrdward P., Powell is no longer associated in
any way whatsoever with, this firm and is effective

immediately We will
transaction conducted by

For Sale:
Store on Plaza 5 de Mayo Camilo
A. Porras, Panama, Tel. 3-6411
during Office hours; Residence:
3-0434.

WANTED English speakinf
salesmen, part or full time wil wiling.
ing. wiling. Apply in writing Mating lull
qualifications and enclosing pho photograph,
tograph, photograph, P.O. Box 617 Panama.

Driver for Panel Truck. Inter Interview
view Interview 4:00-6:00 p.m. Panama
Sales Services Street 15, 13 Ave Avenue,.
nue,. Avenue,. Domestic Empl&yment
WANTED English speaking
maid live-in, children, cooking,
cleaning. 79QC Tavernilla, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Apply Sunday, Wednesday
mornings.
WANTED Maid who knows
house cleaning. Apply Call 21 A
opposite Aneon School, Tivoli
Avenue, house 12 Apt. 25.
However, the House Agriculture
Committee planned to meet Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and might take up the bijl
even if it had not cleared the
Senate.
The action of the two subcom subcommittees
mittees subcommittees indicated that the full
committee would give the Senate
bill swift approval whenever it
does act.
But Benson, apparently backed
by President Eisenhower, was
standing firm in his refusal to
verse the dairy price cut despite
appeals from dairy representatives
and predictions of GOP political
defeat nexl November.
Benson has charged that the
price support freeze bill would
"add unjustifiably to the nation's nation's-food
food nation's-food and tax bills." He has said
the dak cuts would reduce the
retail priee jdf milk and butter.
v Re A. U Miller (R-Neb.),
chief ppdkesinan for the bust-
xfeuauu giuupj
policies wouM
cans 20 seat!
congressional
has said his p
to tha RepuM
has said Benson's
cost the Republi Republi-in
in Republi-in the November
elections. Benson
ilicies were an asset
can.
not be responsible for any J
him. TROPELGO, S. A.



TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1958

PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPEND!
DAILY NEWSPAPER
IlttI AMD TH rnUTSM
GEORGt
THE STUBS Off MARTHA WAlNE
Ready for the Act
By W1LAOM SCR COG
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7-Time Violator
Of Trdffic Laws
Gets CZ Warning
A bus driver who has already
been brought before the BalbOa
Magistrate seven Unties this year
on traffic violations, received a

starn warning yesterday that he

might lose his drivers license
should the infractions continue.
Aubrey N. Weeks today was
found guilty on three charges
and fined a total of $30 by Judge
John E. Deming.
On Feb. 28. he was picked 'up

for not having an inspection stick

er on his bus and fined $5. Ex Exactly
actly Exactly one week later he was back
again on the same charge. This
time he was filled $15. In addi

tion, Weeks failed to answer a ci

tation.
Another $10 fine was imposed,
plus a stern warning by the
Judge that Weeks had better be behave
have behave and abide by the Canal
Zone laws.

Chinese Girl
Slayer Jailed
For'29 Months
ALOR STAR, Malaya, March U
(UP) A pretty 17-year-old Chi Chinese
nese Chinese girl today was sentenced to
29 months imprisonment for shoot shooting
ing shooting and killing a British rubber
planter who spurned her.
Ben Siew Hoonh, a former tick ticket
et ticket seller at a theater, was. con convicted
victed convicted of culpable homicide in the
slaying of Brian Paul Thorpe, 23,
of Yorkshire!
The prosecution charged that
she shot him when he told her
he had no intention of marrying
her.

RECEIVE BLESSING
ROME, March 11 (UP) -Hund-reds
o" Roman drivers parked
their vehicles under the ancient
walls of, the Co'iseum today to
receive an archbishop's blessing
in the name of St. Frances of
Rome.
St. Frances of Rome shares the
role oF patron saint of motorists
with St. Christopher.

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As Unemployment Rises to 4,500,000 .
US, Soviet Radios Wage War
Over Current Business Slump
WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP) Russia and the( United States are fighting a new propaganda battle over the
seriousness of the American business slump.
Russian newspapers talk about soup lines in Ame rican cities. The Soviet radio says the "alarm signal"
has been sounded.
The radio "Voice of America" replies by confidently referring to the "Underlying strength of the American
economy." It compares the current recession with the s lumps of 1949 and 1953, both of which were moderate

and short-lived.
A spokesman for the U. S. Information Agency, parent of the "voice," said his
Russian exaggerations by keeping the story of the U.S. re cession in balance. But the
ft doesn't want to wage a big campaign" spotlighting the nation's economic troubles.

The Voice has made a consci conscious
ous conscious effort to steer away from
the term "recession" as much
asjpossible.
When President Eisenhower
used the word "depression" at
his Feb 26 news conference the
Voice did not repeat it over the
airwaves.
In a commentary written last
week, the Voice acknowledged
there were 4,500,000 persons out
of work but noted there were
62,500,000 employed.
Furthermore, it said, "jobless
ness in 1958 does not mean hun hungry
gry hungry men standing in lines for
handouts of bread."
None of the adjustments that
have occurred so far indicate
any basic change In the under underlying
lying underlying strength of the American
Pre-Bidding Parley
On 2 CZ Buildings
Scheduled Thursday
A pre-bidding conference on the
construction of the Reserve Offi Officers
cers Officers Training Corps ( building .and
the new activities building in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa will be held Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 1 o'clock in he B o a r d
Room of the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights.
All contractors who are interest interested
ed interested in entering bids on the project
are invited to attend, it was an announced
nounced announced by the engineering and
construction ddrector.
Any changes to the project that
maj become desirable as a result
o -that conference will be includ included
ed included in the addendum which will be
issued on or before March 17, it
Ws announced.
Bids on the project are now be being
ing being solicited by the Canal Zone
Government both on the Isthmus
and in the United States. They
are scheduled to be opened March
26 in the Administration Building.
Plans for the two buildings,
both of which wtyl be of one-story
masonry construction, were pre prepared
pared prepared by Reynolds, Smith and
HP! of Jacksonville, Fla., from
preliminary designs made by the
Panama Canal architectural
Blanch.

Supersonic Aerobatic Team Highlight Of Armed Forces Day

The world's first supersonic ae
rqbattc team, flying North Ameri American
can American F-100C "Super Sabres," will
present an exhibition of precision
formation aerobatics at Albrook
ARB and Fort Davis on Armed
Fopces Day, Saturday. The dem demonstration
onstration demonstration will begin at approxi approximately
mately approximately 10:30 a.m. at Fort Davis,
at 3:30 p.m. at Albrook.
Flying their red, white and blue
"century series" fighters, the
Thunderbirds, USAF official aerial
demonstration team, will perform
loops, rolls, vertical "U" turns,
corkscrew rolls and other maneu maneuvers
vers maneuvers in a close knit four plane
diamond formation. Wing tips o o-verlapping,
verlapping, o-verlapping, they will maintain a
five-foot separation at speeds rang ranging
ing ranging from 150 to 750 miles per
hour.
In between the diamond form formation
ation formation .maneuvers, tho solo pilot
will oomonttrsto procisien 4 4-point
point 4-point and 8-point roils, and in inverted
verted inverted past, aileron rolls and
vortical rolls all at. low a 1 1 i-
The Thunderbirds' performance
w"il end with the ''bomb burst,"
n which the planes in k the dia
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 85
;,.lw 76 81
HUMIDITY:
High 91 89
Low 5 73
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-17 NE-17
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors 81 82
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12
Hish
8:50 a.m.
9:14 p.m.
Low
2:41 a.m.
3:08 p.m.

Seeks

economy,", said another Voice
broadcast beamed overseas.
"And there is every reason to
believe that a major depression
can, in fact, be avoided," chimed
in another broadcast in mid mid-February.
February. mid-February.
World War Allies
Paid $36 Million
On Loans In 1956
WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP)
President Eisenhower reported
to congress today that this coun country's
try's country's World War II allies paid
about 36 million dollars on their
lend lease accounts in 1956.
He also pointed out that during
1955. and 1956 American observers
witnessed the destruction of 75
U.S. Naval vessels which had
been turned over to Russia. The
Soviets had offered to destroy
them because they were in "de "de-lapidated"
lapidated" "de-lapidated" condition.
Russia reported that three other
U.S. craft foundered in the Bar Barents
ents Barents Sea and another was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in a small Soviet river
with no U.S. witnesses.
This country turned over 11 bil billion
lion billion dollars worth of goods to Rus Rus-said
said Rus-said during World War II. Ever
since the war it has been trying
to collect on those items which
still were usable after the fighting
stopped.
The United States originally
placed the Soviet lend 'ease bill
at more than 2 billion dollars. It
later reduced this to 800 million.
The Soviets offered 300 million
dollars and negotiations stalemat stalemat-edthere.
edthere. stalemat-edthere. However, Russia did re return
turn return some usable naval craft to
this country.
The President said in his report
to Congress that final agreements
with all nations rail for eventual
payment to the United States of
$1,578,000,000. As of Dec. 31, 1956
some 610 million dollars had been
paid, leaving a balance of 968 mil million
lion million dollars.
mond formation break away from
each other while climbing straight
up. With afterburners ignited, they
separate toward the four points
of the compass, trailing white
smoke and leaving a track in the
sky like a bursting bomb or sky
rocket.
Then, diving toward the ground,
the F-100's approach the f i e 1 c
from opposite directions to cross
head-on at a selected point in
front of the crowd, with speeds
up to 750 mph.
Sjnce the Thunderbirds activa activation
tion activation m June, 1953, they have pen pen-formed
formed pen-formed before more than 19,000
000 spectators in the' United States,
Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Canada and
12 Central and South American
countries. They have presented
more than 350 demonstrations and
traveled more than 1,000 0P0 miles.
In June, 1956, th Thunder

TIGHT TURN In close diamond formation, the Thunderbirds, USAF precision demonstra-i
Urn team, execute a perfect 360 degree turn, r0 orf in markings of their North American
F-100C Super Sabres show clearly as they fly oasE the audience at near-supersonic speed
Tne Thunderbirds will perform at Albrook Air Force Base and Fort Davis on Saturdav Armed
Forces Day.

To Clinch

Anti -Depression Proposal
Take Tax Off Automobiles

WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP)
The Administration is think thinking
ing thinking of asking Congress to re repeal
peal repeal or reduce the excise tax
which adds $150 and more to
the price of a new car, a high
ly placed informant said today.
This proposal to give a vita vitamin
min vitamin shot to the depressed auto
mobile industry was reported to
be a probable subject of discus discussion
sion discussion at President Eisenhower's
weekly conference later today
with Rpuoiican Congressional
Another Administration
source said, however, that
killing the automobile tax was
just one of a number of tax
reduction proposals under
study.
He said these studies were
being made in case the Pres President
ident President decides as he was not
yet done that the big weapon
of tax relief is needed to check
the business slump
Republican Congressional lead
ers expected tne president to
spell out his latest anti-recession
thinking today, including
details of the public works, un
employment benefit and other
proposal she outlined publicly
last weekend
The Federal government now
levies a 10 per cent tax on the
manufacturers' price for autos
a tax that yields the Treasury
about a billion dollars a year.
This accounts for $150 and up
of the retail price of each au automobile.,
tomobile., automobile., Vice-president Richard M.
Nixon told reporters yester yesterday
day yesterday he favors an across-the-board
tax cut instead of "mas "massive"
sive" "massive" public works spending
if more government action is
needed to combat the reces recession.
sion. recession. Jt was clear he was talking
about a tax reduction as an
(alternative to the public works
birds became the world's tirtt
supersonic acrobatic team when
they were equipped with the
North American F 100C Super
Sabre. This aircraft, powered by
a 10,000 omjd thrust Prart-Whit-rcy
J -57 engine, set the world's
first official supersonic speed
record and was the first super
sonic fighter to be in active
service in USAF fighter units
throughout the world.
Leading the Thunderbirds and
commander of the unit is Maj. J
A. "Robby" "Robby" Robinson
Wayne, Ind. Flying the right wing
is u. Homer Whitlow of Kress,
Texas; left wing is Capt. R. H.
Mcintosh, of Hollywood, 'Cel., and
the slot-man at the rear of the
diamond formation is Capt. Sam
Johnson of Dallas, Texas. Flying
as solo pilot is Lt Charles "Fish"
Salmon, of Port Jervis, N.Y., and

agency is trying to combat
agency is hampered because

works program now getting
priority consideration Dy senate
Democratic leaders
Navy Probes Faults
Of Vanguard Rocket
Prior To Launching
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Mar.
11 (UP) Crewmen checked the
Navy Vanguard rocket today for
any faults whioh might hold up
the next attempt to launch it with
a small earth satellite.
Barring serious last minute
technical troubles or unfavorable
weather, the seven-foot Vanguard
is due for launching in the next
day or two.
Officials have not announced the
scheduled launching time in or order
der order to avoid a down-to-the-minute
buildup toward the firing, which
could easily be frustrated by
trouble that would postpone the
attempt again.
The Vanguard, bearing in its
nose a 6.4-inch satellite slated to
follow the Army's Explorer I in into
to into an orbit in space, was set for
launching twice last week, but
was postponed both times.
It was learned that the Navy
had another chance to send the
slender rocket aloft Saturday, but
did not realize it because a wea weather
ther weather report was wrongly ?valuat ?valuat-ed.
ed. ?valuat-ed. "All weathermen did was give
raw weather data to project of'i of'i-cials
cials of'i-cials directing the Vanguard oper operation,"
ation," operation," an informed Air Force
source said. "The data was re reported
ported reported correctly, but it was inter interpreted
preted interpreted wrongly."
He said that as the result the
rocket remained grounded when
actually it could have been launch launched."
ed." launched." narrator for the demonstration ts
Capt. Bill Scott of St. Petersburg,
Fla. All members of the Thunder Thunderbirds
birds Thunderbirds are veteran combat pilots.
The weather factor plays an
important part in the Thunder Thunderbirds
birds Thunderbirds demonstrations. To perform
properly they must have a ceil ceiling
ing ceiling of 10,000 feet with 10 miles
visibility; however, a modified
version of the performance can
be accomplished with a 3,000 ft.
ceiling and 3 miles visibility.
Due to the large amount of
smoke now present in the Isth Isthmus'
mus' Isthmus' atmosphere, due to dry sea
son brush fires, the final deci
sion of whether or not they will
perform Saturday will be decided
only minutes before their show
begins by Maj. Robinson; howev however,
er, however, with weather permitting the
full show will be performed.

Twiloop Crown Tonight

CANCER IS
No. 2 KILLER
This is the eighth in a series
of nine articles telling the
public what is known about
cancer.
8. CANCER'S VITAL STATISTICS
80. How does cancer compare
with other diseases at a cause
of death?
Cancer is the number two kil killer
ler killer with cerebral hemorrhage,
certain diseases of early infan infancy,
cy, infancy, pneumonia and general ar arteriosclerosis,
teriosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, following in that
order. Heart disease remains the
number one cause of death.
81. Its Cancer Increasing?
The number of cancer deaths
tannually in the United States
nas increasea from 41,000 in
1900 to about a quarter of a mil million
lion million today. The major reason
is the growing number of older
people in a greatly increased
population, and the fact that the
longer people live the more like likely
ly likely they are to die of cancer.
Moreover, lung- cancer, which
was a rare disease in 1900, has
shown the most notable increase
of all types of cancer. Improved
diagnosis and better reporting
of deaths are other factors that
explain the increase.
82. How many people are be being
ing being saved from cancer today?
For years the American Can Cancer
cer Cancer Society reported that one in
every four who had cancer was
being saved. The latest analysis
of records shows that today that
figure has changed to one in
three. In number, 800,000 Amer Americans
icans Americans now living have had can cancer
cer cancer and been saved.
83. How many more could be
saved with present medical
knowledge?
At least 75,000 more people a
year could be saved if their can cancers
cers cancers were found, and treated ef effectively.
fectively. effectively. 04. Are people or one race
more Mkely to get cancer than
of another race? v
Statistics are not yet' conclu conclusive
sive conclusive on this point. Present fig figures
ures figures do show that persons M
white skin account for a larcer
percentage of skin cancers and
cancer oi the breast than Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. Negroes, however, more
frequently get cancer of the
prostate, stomach, and the
womb. Jewish women seldom
have cancer of the rervix and
Jewish men rarely have cancer
pi tne penis. Among the Bant
tribes of South Afriga, cancer of
the liver is more common than
among whites. Cancer of the
esophagus is more common
among Chinese men than among
white men.
Cancer Programs
On Pacific Side
Slated This Week
It was announced today by the
Canal Zone Cancer Committee that
the women's programs on cancer
will be continued on the Pacific
side this week with the following
scheduled. This will terminate the
educational phase of the program
in the Pacific, area.
March 11, Quarry Height. 9
a.m., Uterine Cancer;
March 11, Santa Cruz. Autitn.
num. 8:15 p.m., Uterine Cancer Cancer-March
March Cancer-March 12. Fort AmarW a i m
I Uterine Cancer;
-warpn iz, Kodman 2 p.m., U U-ferine'
ferine' U-ferine' Cancer;
March 13, Fort Amador 9 a.m.
Uterine Cancer;
marcn is, Uamboa 7
Breast Cancer;
March 14, Rodman, 9
p.m.
a.m.,
rreast cancer;
March 14, Quarry Heights, 2
p.m., Breast Cancer;
March 17. 15th NT) Cum,
Hall, 2 p.m1., Uterine Cancer;
March 17, Paraiso High School
7:30 p.m., Uterine Casncer;
Hafl'yim' th NA- Cummi"3S
nail 2 p.m., Breasf Cancer

Shah To Separate From Childless Wife;

Love Match With Commoner Now At End

TEHRAN, x Iran, March ll (UP)
A nigh official said last night
mat me anan ot Iran and his child
less wife, 25-year-Qld Queen So-
raya, will be legally separated
witmn a week.
A formal divorce will follow in
the near future, the official add
ed. He said there was no longer
any question of a reconciliation
netween tne Shah and the beauti
iui commoner he took as his
queen seven years ago.
The announcement dissolving
the marriage was expected to be
issued later this week by a group
of elder statesmen now working
out details with the Shah hbnself.
Their first meeting was held this
morning at the Imperial Palace
in the presence of the Shah.
The elder statesmen agreed in
their meeting today that a disso
lution of the marriage was the
only solution and that the Shah
should re-wed in an effort to give
Iran an heir to the imperial
throne.
The 39-year-old Sha married
Soraya Feb. 12, 1951, in what was
hailed as a love match, but the
union failed to produce any orf orf-spring.
spring. orf-spring. The Shah previously divorced
Princess Fawzia, sister of ex-
King Farouk of Egypt, because
she failed to bear him a son. The
couple had a daughter but wok

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Dulles Warns SEATO Conference
Reds May Be Planning Aggression

. J"1"0 11 UP-retary of State John Fester Dulles waned the opening sea
sion of a SEATO conference todav the Coaunonht. i.n. -, .J

east Asia
JS the in.teMicfi?n
could indicate new plans "which

ranisa fo ln7 CTTstJ 31 ?W?S !SA As Or

Peiping said the United States,
' making use of the Mdbila ag aggressive
gressive aggressive bloc," has been inter interfering
fering interfering in the internal affairs of
many Southeast Asian nations
and recently has moved against
Indonesia
The Communist broadcast
said this will "certainly give rise
to serious consequences."
"Communism would prefer
to take us over without a
fight," Dulles told the open opening
ing opening session in the Hall of
Flags at the Philippines for foreign
eign foreign affairs office where
SEATO was born nearly four
years ago.
"And if we are prepared to
resist, that, according td" corn corn-charge
charge corn-charge at this time, in relation
ger.
"The intensification of that
monism, makes us a warmon-
to this area, should alert us to
the possibility that there may
be a new aesrressive Communist
plan for this area, plans which
nie communist ruiers lear
bEATO might block"
Dulles said the propaganda
attacks were more a recognition
of the effectiveness of SEATO
tnan a threat.
"Soviet press and radio com comment
ment comment for the last few weeks is
6-Day Strike Ends,
Dressmakers Agree
To New Contract
NEW YORK, March 11 (UP)-
Agreement oh a new contract to
end the six-day strike of 105,000
dressmakers was announced early
today.
Ratification of the contract
terms was expected in time to
send the dressmakers back to
work on Easter finer; in more
than 2,000 shops tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. I, ':
David Dubinsky, president of
the International Ladies Garment
Workers Union (ILGWU) said the
three-year agreemonl provides for
a wage and other money increas increases
es increases of 11 V4 per cent in each year,
a total of 33 per cent, of which
eight cents each year will ,be di direct
rect direct wage increase.
Louis Rubin, speaking for five
employers associations, said "the
new contract is very costly, but
we feel a new day has arrived."
Britain To Probe
Status Of Ex-Nari
Judges In Germany
LONDON, March 11 (UP-The
government today promised to in
vestigate laborite charges that 200
former Nazi judges purged after
World War II now are back on
the bench or are acting as public
prosecutors.
Foreign Under Secretary Ian
Harvey told the House of Com Commons
mons Commons thatt the West German gov government
ernment government was making an inquiry
of its own and hat Britain was
"quite prepared to look into the
matter further."
The Potsdam agreements of
1945 forbade the judges ever to
sit again on the bench.
Laborite Sydney Silverman
charged that "however much we
may have forgotten in the last 12
years, these kind of neoole are
not fit to be associated at least
with the t administration of jus justice."
tice." justice." en are not eligible to ascend to
the Iranian throne.
Informed- sources said the Shah
is expected to pay Soraya a lump
sum of 10 million rials ($133,333)
as a divorce settlement as stipu
laieo in tne Moslem marriage
contract.
The formal announcement also
is expected to make clear that
Soraya, now on a European va
cation, would not return to Iran.
Sources said the break became
inevitable following a 35-minuto
telephone call two weeks ago be between
tween between the Shah and Soraya, now
in Cologne visiting her father who
is Iran's ambassador to West
Germany.
soraya, it was reported, was
"very angry" over reports that
the Shah was planning to take a
second wife as an alternative to
a divorce.
It was following this heated
conversation, the sources said,
that the Shah dispatched Soraya's
uncle, Amir Jang Bakhtiari, to
Germany to see her last week.
The uncle told her that Iran's
elder statesmen were insisting on
the early need for an heir to the
throne. With Soraya apparently
unable to bear children, it be became
came became clear that the marriage
had reached a turning point.
Under Moslem law, it is not
necessary for Soraya to be pres

J ijiuu m soma-
Oommatost Chinese propaganda charges against SEATO
the Communist rulers ttar SEATO might block.

punning to intervene in the Indonesian civjl war.

seven times that of the com
parable period before last year's
mPPtinir K
"It is alleged that SEATO is
aggressive and a threat to the
peace. That's the standard
Communist line."
Behind the scenes of the
Manila pact ministers confer conference
ence conference the Western Big Three Three-Dulles,
Dulles, Three-Dulles, British foreign seretafjr
Selwyn Lloyd and French

Indonesian Government Says Troops
Advancing Against Sumatran Rebels

JAKARTA, Indonesia, March
11 ((UP) The government re reported
ported reported today that loyal troops
advancing against the rebels in
central' Sumatra have captured
inree towns in the offshore Is Islands.
lands. Islands. An Army communique iden identified
tified identified the towns .as Bengkalis,
Sungai Paknlng and SelaJ Pand Pand-iang.
iang. Pand-iang. All three are in the Beng Bengkalis
kalis Bengkalis islands, where loyal inva invasion,
sion, invasion, forces landed SDunday.
(The official announcement
did not say how many troops
were involved in the landing.
The Amsterdam newspaper Vrlje
Volke .estimated the force at
8500 men, grouped in three bat battalions.)
talions.) battalions.) The islands, off Sumatra's
east coast in the. strait separat separat-in
in separat-in the island from Malaya, are
about 95 miles from Pakahbaru,
operations center of the U.S. U.S.-owned
owned U.S.-owned Caltex oil company.
'Shameful' Wriggle
Of Western Lassies
Scored By Soviets
LONDON. March 11 (tjJv-The
Marilyn Monroe wriggle may be
an right for Western girls who
"shamelessly indulge in rock 'N'
roll, but Russian women must
walk the straight and narrow, Ra Radio
dio Radio Moscow said today.
') '",'
A home service fashion broad
cast stressed that no self-respect
ing Communist woman would pose
as some women do, with the ex
press purpose oi displaying un unnecessarily
necessarily unnecessarily the mobility of their
nips while walking.
"This may be-good training for
girls. of fashion abroad who shame shamelessly
lessly shamelessly indulge in rocktaroll, with
its hideous stamping, wrieeline
ana somersaulting, tne radio saw.
"but this is not at all suitable
for our girls.
The commentator male also
thought the women. should not
drape themselves in material more
suitable for curtains.
"I have frequently seen ladies
ooviousiy dressed in curtain ma
terial," he complained. But he. ad
mitted: "We still quite often feel
the 'shortage of materials for
dresses and perhaps women have
no choice.
(But he drew the line flatly
gainst One more thing: The cus
tom of appearing in pajamas at
beach resorts is tabu; he said.
ent here for a divorce. The Shah
need only write her a letter in informing
forming informing her of his decision.

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foreign minister Christian Pi Pi-neau
neau Pi-neau were trying to reach
agreement on a united ap approach
proach approach to a "Summit" confer conference.
ence. conference. Dui;es met with Lloyd today
for the second time when he in invited
vited invited Lloyd, Australia's Richard
Casey and New Zealand's Wal Walter
ter Walter Nash to lunch at the.U. &
emonies
Embassy after the opening cer-

(In New York; a Caltex spokes spokesman
man spokesman said wives and children ot
employes in Pakning and Du Du-mai
mai Du-mai are beingr transferred te
Singapore in the company's ri
ver boats. Employe families In
the island Minis, Perawang and
Dorl areas are moving to com company
pany company headquarters at Rumbai.
(Rebel sources in Singapore
said about 4000 rebel troops
have landed at Dumai, north of
the islands, for a drive toward
Pakanbaru and Rumbai.
(The U.S. cruiser Bremerton
and the; destroyers Skelton and
Eversbltf are standing" by in
Singapore, ready to aid in re removal
moval removal of the oil workers' fam;
ilies if needed.
Man Held For Nine
Murders To Face
High Glasgow Court
j OLASCOW, Scotland, MarcB
11 (UP)-Peter Manuel, the 31-year-old
New York horn wood woodworker
worker woodworker charged with nine murd murd-ert,
ert, murd-ert, will go on trial at Glas Glasgow's
gow's Glasgow's high court next month, it
Was announced here.
Maftuel, whose parents brought
him to Britain when he was
five years old, will make a first
formal appearance in Glasgow
sheriff Court on April 3. The
high court appearance is sche scheduled
duled scheduled for April 14,
ThA K n i x
, woises against Manuel
Include two triple slayingsi in
Scotland. One of the murders
of which he is arensprt tnv
place in England.!
uLocal feellnsr rain so high
that when Manuel was taken to
a magistrate's court recently to
be charged with one of the
muraers, ne nac? to be whisked
from the court through a side
door, a crowd of women beat
with their fists against the po police
lice police van in which he was being
taken back to prison.
The list of the accusations
against Manuel:
The irrarder of Anne Knei Knei-lands'in
lands'in Knei-lands'in January, 1956.
."YheJrlpIe murder of Mrs.
Marion Watt, her rtamyVitar w
vienne, and her sister, Mrs. Mar
garet arown, in seDlember, 1956.
ine muroer of taxicab driv driver
er driver SJdnefy John Dunn, near
Newcastle, England, in Decem-
Der iaoi.
The murder nt Tohll
Cooke on Ja. 19, 1958.
- The triple murder nt .pu
Smart, his wife Doris and son,
.Sooner or later every map prat I
obly wishes he had married ths'
good cooker instead of the good ,,
looker. wa

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