The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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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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AN INDEPENDENT HE. DAILY NEWSPAPER
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TIME PAYMENT
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Airway
Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln,
13rd XZAK
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH It. 1958
FIVE CENTt.

5

Potter, Union In Shortage' Meet

Guards Round Up Minors-Ai...
Heurtematte Raps
Crime Books, Films
Before RP Censors
Minister of Government andWtfce Ma"Heurtemat Ma"Heurtemat-U
U Ma"Heurtemat-U today urged the Board of Censorship. to adopt sterner
measures and recommended the banning of all movies and
comic bookt dealing with crime and juvenile delinquency.
Heurtematte told the censors he was gravely con concerned
cerned concerned over the apparent increase in juvenile delinquency.
He added that drastic measures re being taken by the
National Guard to avoid a repetition Qf the incident which
)rought about the killing of a policeman on plainclothes
duty by a 15-year-oJd boy in suburban Betania Monday
night. 1

Nickerson Formula For Space-age Education:
Afore Compulsory Courses, Less Extra-curricular Activity

An immediate stepped-up program e advance science studies in our school system two
yean, was recommended yesterday by Col. John Nickerson, guided missile expert, who spoke be

fore members of tae Diablo pta last num.

Aiinougn ne iaurea inciuaiiw mree semester nours oi main ana science in inr cunuun

of al) hlrh school student, whether thev are rientlfi-minded or not. tn hrinc the US on a

level with the Russian program of science education, Nickerson felt this should be done with without
out without sacrificing in any way our system of liberal education.
The Ft. Clayton officer who is considered a leading authority on missiles, drew a capa
city crowd of almost 200 persons yesterday. This included, parents, teachers and several high

school students.

Nickerson stressed In his talk the fact that there are too many electives permitted at the

present time. More courses should be made compulsory, he said.
He also called on parents to cut down. many of the extra-curricular activities which rob
their children of precious hours. He said parents should set a fixed study program for their
children, and make them stick to it each day.

A. an aftermath of the luffing.
3S Siting Z'Zor.
after 9 P-ffl. Aprowwtely. j 58 JJ
end one M P&tf.

inas to stay vfhe Lrels d

Htu

ship B

wha
it e

vent

DBWi.igO,"". VTr.II. He also suggested

onileVf iweewf ry rwr 0 COmbat iuvenl

I ri iiviii tr tvptivo u and Ih. nrmilmn

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, p, touiKiaiwdmtatttwiae

HI 111 I J "'Mu "J iv est. t use a

in wnriti Yest

VI wa

ed by crime movies end comic

beaks.
The Minister also called a meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing tor Friday of all magazine dis distributors
tributors distributors to notify them that future
shipments ol comi. books dealing

with crime and sex otdd be con

fiscated by the Post Office Depart Department.
ment. Department. He also requested the board to
supply a list of all movies which

have been labelled "for adults or-

the creation

raise fu

it delinquency

of

funds

tamps,

erday. National Guard com

mander Col. Bolivar Vallarino
blamed the incident which led to

the fatai stabbing of policeman 0-

nei osono Luna by Carlos A. Te Te-jada
jada Te-jada on laxity on the part of some
parents. He warned that they will
be held responsible for the crimes
committed by their children.
Under questioning yesterday,
th. bey denied being member
of either the "Blaek Eagle" or
the "Caliph" teenage gangs
which have been staging fre

quent "wars" in the Betania

Nickerson opened his talk by
asking: "Why are we here to tonight?"
night?" tonight?" "You're here tonight not only
in the interest of your children
who are in school, but also for
the interest of your country as
a whole," he said.
"The United States is in a
mortal struggle with the dicta dictatorship
torship dictatorship of Russia.
"Modern science is capable of
building long-range ballistic
missiles. They can be equipped

with atomic warheads.

"We know that Russia has
built hydrogen warheads also
from the fact that they
launched the first satellite.
"This situation is a turn for
the worse for the US as a whole,
and for our children in parti particular."
cular." particular." He said that the main problem
facing educators was what could
be done to bring the US educa education
tion education system up to date.

vm W
mi IH

The missiles expert also men mentioned
tioned mentioned the use of psychology be between
tween between parents and children.
H said that one of the great

est handicaps facing a child is

lack of confidence in nimseii.
He said to build up this confid confidence,
ence, confidence, it was important for the
parent to devote a great deal
of attention to their offspring
r but added that It was worth
the results,
Nickerson mentioned that we
must strive for a higher moral
standard than ever before in
our schools
'There's too much cheating
going on in our schools We
must crack down' on It," he
stated. Nickerson felt it was
basically associated with the
idea that you eonld get some
thing for nothing.

He concluded his talk with the
concept that a basic liberal

education, with the proper ac

cent on the scientific will neip

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

Several Panama City Council
men are said to be facing the pos

sibility of being brought to trial

on charges of misuse of public

funds, according to a morning ta
bloid.
The, paper predicted that At

torney General Her mogenes de la

Rosa is about to order, an inves

tigation into charges made against
the Councilmen, who were hot

named, by some of their col
leagues.

The charges include the al alleged
leged alleged existence of "betellas"
(appointees who only come ar around
ound around on pay days to 'pick' up
their checks).

Local 900 Told

val

Government contracts authoriz

ing bauxite mining operations are

scheduled to be sent to the Per

manent Legislative Committee for

approval.

Minister of Labor, Health and

Social Welfare Mrs. Cecilia P. Re

mon and Public Health Chief Dr.

Alberto Bissott Jr. left Panama

City yesterday, on a tour of the

Ministry's public health installs

tions throughout the province of

Herrer

man during a struggle because he
thought he Was hoodlum who

en. io Deat mm up.

Relaxing

Tension Dictates
Summit Meet Hope
wxiit k Marrh 12 (UP)

Sectary State Jeta ; Foster
Dulles said today the United.
States was wiffing to
"Summit" meeting there
9 riisarmament

ft0Pe world berough.

SW . 1 u,Tejado. Said he pulled, his spring-

! in a major policy, .pro- uiaue anue ana aiaooed the police

ei?n ministers conference, h ? r ?,
id the present jor d tendon
gifff'to
ncaOd to study the hreateu hreateu-ing
ing hreateu-ing 'sttuation m Indonesia.
Beer-Drinking Is
t Soort, British

i .i

ustice Pecides

t .fiNDON. Marcn w

u.nkin of a steel

ony d

IPM .' f. eFal- learning aaoe. I'm inSre the' SbhBRw?190 K.th st" W

must oe orournt mm

I National Brewery's

i

today tv r
:VtT'' Tct who S

S "brn,nn, that beer

WcoS !Xsir Ch
spSrtsmen-employes of the .Eng .English
lish .English Steel Corp., who do their elbow-bending
exercises ta i t heir
ewn club on .r 15-acre site near
fmhi ruled otherwise,
the club would Hke lost a partial
exemption and been forced to pay
$11,200 in additional' taxes.
rnV, in,ai cAtincil hart sought to

u-.t th. metre taxes from the

club on toe grounds that beer beer-drinking
drinking beer-drinking was not an outdoor ex exercise
ercise exercise within the terms of refer-

Harman ruled that the bar was
only a "subsidiary to the game?
and sporting facilities-enjoyed by
the members."

Hours Of Service
Chanqe At Diablo
Postal Windows

tne

edge

play, including nontechnical

subjects.
He eigbbrated by saying that
arious -phases of mechanics, air
dynamics, chemistry, 'thermo 'thermodynamics,
dynamics, 'thermodynamics, hydraulics, advanced
mechanical devices, optics and
metallurgy all play an importa'rit
part in its development.
"Before the missile can be
used, it must be produced." he
said. "This involves anywhere
from 4000 to 10,000 US firms, so
economics, business a n finance
is used.

"It can't be fired before troops

are prooeriv trained.
"In addition, it also requires

Seven of th tepnso.r. th. combined diolomacy on the Dart

14-year. old girl picked up by no-iof th militarv and th 8tate
fice tfuthoriti last nioht ,.V- Department: it involves inter

national law, the studv of trea
ties, add an extensive knowl

edpe of geography in its broadest

senp."

From this example, Nickerson

said, k was easy to see that the

problems that face our country

are y comolex.
"Tats reouirea.ru members
of a democrat to have a
broad basio education, to be
able tn attack with ffHtv
pn- new problems that come
u

v.Tnn nolnted nrt, tt

wetft 'nf fH ocnumu'pWon Or
Vnmvliw". o Vp-r s oHtM"
"ohsnloiolir f(nt',." TfP-
rit.rf ht wfi oonid pxrte- tv tv-"rt
"rt tv-"rt 10 years to be even great greater.
er. greater. Th mnhN on nciene h
nt. to h lne(M ft! (rrir t"
t.av st" P"hoo' tried
t, hr'n tviu in; nVii h r"e r"e-'on
'on r"e-'on i.. hav Jrm"hi ft In
ft rmiicW'J 4crnt, evpnk
r.prn -i 'idicate they have not'
Mipnrnn tViot rur nnn nnn-tir
tir nnn-tir Vr tw.s.H ylarm )n
"ove- 'n 10 -a "hat It takes
ttj t- in n,
t mn't w unv PYue for

K fiat pn-tlon wnalrl"1 anv

mi.ctrom.nn wWh an Ineres-

lice authorities last night were

iouna m Dars drinking liquor. The
owners of the bars were also ar arrested
rested arrested and placed under the juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction of the Mayor.
Despite the police raids, bur burglaries
glaries burglaries were committed last night,
and one car was broken into yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Early yesterday evening, thiev thieves
es thieves broke into a school t Pueblo
Nuevo and toff all the pots
pans ana9 ether equipment used
for classes in domestic econo economy.
my. economy. The automobile was broken in into
to into at Cathedral Plaza and a
bundle of clothes stolen.
American Woman
Appeals Charge

Of Shoplifting

An American resident o' Mar

garita has sppealed a conviction
for shoplifting in the service center.

mts. Frances urassei, m, was

found guilty last week by the Cris

tobal Magistrate of shoplifting in
the Margarita Service Center,
where she is employed as a "stew

ardess. She was given a sus
pended sentence.

She immediately appea'ed the

conviction to the U. S. District

Court

arnlng

students

One nf th tl rat. think

cscfuld be done, he sell, is to step.
tip two years the preaent scienca

curriculum.

This would start with the

eighth grade, where Nickerson
would recommend students be

gin with, first year algebra, in
ninth, grade, he aald, they could
have second year algebra.
r T 4 All. -X TT.. 'JI A

in ivm siuaenis couia lacKie
plane and solid geometry and
trigonometry, and in 11th they
should be taught college alge algebra
bra algebra and analytic geometry. He
feels in 12th they would be ready
for differential calculus.
"We'll never get anywhere
unless we set high standards.
These courses should be re required,
quired, required, not electives. We're al allowing
lowing allowing too many electives," he
added.

Nickerson recommended also

that one year of biology, three

years of physics and three of
chemistry -shojild be required in
high school.
By the time students graduate

from junior college, they should
have had one year of mathe mathematical
matical mathematical physics, including Ein Einstein's
stein's Einstein's theory of relativity.
On that basis, Nickerson feels,
they will have a "reasonable
start." He said he is convinced
the students can do It without
being overworked.

The one-hour talk brought an

enthusiastic round Of applause
for the officer, and was follow followed
ed followed by a -question and answer
period.
He5 was introduced to the pub public
lic public bv Dr. Richard 8. Qstenso.
of Gorges who is president of
the Diablo PTA.

Plait' Offers

avor

No Mass Layoffs'

In Commissaries

Union Leaders of Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-CIO to today
day today took a strong stand against any possible action
which may be taken against innocent employes as a result
of the recently reported $30,000 commissary shortage.
In addition, they said they would fight ony shifting
of personnel which would entail downgrading in position
or pay as a result of wholesale investigation of commissary
activities.
At a conference held yesterday atternoon with Goy,
William E. Potter, they were assured that there would be
no "mass lay-offs" as has been rumored and there was
no change in the administration's policy of upgrading
qualified non-citixen employes to fill higher level jobs.
However disciplinary action to control any "organiz "organized
ed "organized thievery" in retail stores will be taken in those cases

where any such action may be found necessary,

err

ScUl. Wised

Tiertdger Held For
Kickinq, funchinq
Hioh School Pupil
NEW YORK (UP) A 16-year-

old high school boy faces assault
chatges on comprint of a moth
er who charged him with beating
her daughter while the teacher

was out of the room.
The Voy, Gary Allen, punched
and kicked Elaine Rice, 15, and
hit her with a chair, breaking
her wrist, Mrs. Ruth Rice told
police. Both pupils are white.
The incident took place at the
Thomas Jefferson High School in
Brooklyn, the one in which a 17-year-old
Negro, Maurice Kessler,
threw lye into the face of David
Czersky, 16, lsst fall, temporar temporarily,
ily, temporarily, blinding him. That incident
led to a current grand jury in investigation
vestigation investigation of violence in public
schools.

A new beer was placed on sale
today by the National Brewery in
an operation that reportedly cost
$5,000,000.
The beer was brewed at the

brewery's new plant oa the Trans-

Isthmian Highway, 'which has an
annual production capacity of 36
000,000 liters, in the most mod modern
ern modern cooking tanks and fermenting
and aging vats under the super supervision
vision supervision of Danish brewsmaster Ole
Humle, who has been with the
brewery for over a year.
The new beer is said to hi of a
completely different flavor to the
brew wWch had gained quite a

hit of acclaim among beer-guzzlers
from all over the world.
With President Ernesto de la

Guardia Jr. attending, th new
nlant was officially inaugurated

this imrtrn with a recepBea for

invited guests.

The general public Is layitcd

to visit the plsnt and taste the
new beer between 4 and p.m.
today.

The brewery aiso announced
that the plant will be open "to vis visitors
itors visitors every Monday and Thursday
hereafter at 3 p.m.

been
mat

from now eh

permitted to make pureha
ing the lunch hour, as ha
the practice up until now)
They were also notified

etch empleye's lunch box must

be, deposited in ene central.
res.
Union spokesmen took strong ex exception
ception exception at the meeting with the

Governor yesteraay io wnai u.c.y
termed were "insinuations against
Latin, American, employes m su supervisory
pervisory supervisory positions made recently
at a US-rate confmissary torum
by representative of U.S.rate em employes.
ployes. employes. Today they said they were
alvon complete aasuranee by
the Governor that these re re-mark
mark re-mark to i way jrefl.ted
attitude e the Administration;
neither 4M rhfY rV
Si. er pelkles e the par par-sennel
sennel par-sennel bureau.
During the course of WO"
. nrxirprxvP th UOyW'

nUUl lUI'l vv i ...
nor referring t(9, eommissarj jhort jhort-sges,
sges, jhort-sges, said that they
cessive when corn-pared to srm. srm.-lsr
lsr srm.-lsr acUyities in the United

ICKal-Sr the

was somewnai. u..f.-".-- -Canal
Zone 1. compat tea. jj
inventories taken luring the P

dmlnistr?

'Admirals, Generals For A Day Contest
Winners Face Busy Two Days Qf 'Command'

"Admirals and Generals for a
Day," a contest sponsored by the
Veterans of Foreign Wars in the
last Canal Zone came to a close
last night when winners of this
vear's -contest were announced by
George W. Lpve, VFW project of officer.
ficer. officer. Winners of the i w a r d Air
Force Generals were Sheila Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds and Frank A. Rybicki, Jr.,
both from St. Mary's School; Ar Army
my Army Generals were Jo Ella Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins and John W. Carlson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High School; Admirals

Divine Moxie Of Female Spurs Spectacle Sale Si

By DOC QUI 06

The public

NEW. YORK (UP) -A promi prominent
nent prominent scientist in a congress of
'earned men in Los Angeles
made so bold as to declare that

service windows at the world has had ho women

the Diablo Heights Post Office

will remain open until 4:30 n.m.
instead of JfcOO n.m., effective A A-pril
pril A-pril 1, it has been announced by
the Postal Division.
Other hours of operation at
Diablo Heights will remain im im-changed.
changed. im-changed. The public service win windows
dows windows will be open In the morn morning
ing morning at 8: W and close at 10:30. In
the. aftcrronn, the wmdows will o o-pen
pen o-pen at 2:30. S

geniuses, and even as he was
speaking, the Moscow Radio was
telling Russian women they
should not wiggle as they wslk.
Some people just don't know
genius when they see it.
No geniuses of the sentler sexe

Has the min never heard of ap-

r'e pie. or strawberry shortcafcee

a balancing feat of genius incar incarnate.
nate. incarnate. The man who so unwisely stuck
his neck out in 'Los Angeles was
a Britisher, and presumably he
has plans to spirit himself out of
the country before hell-hath no no-fury
fury no-fury hits him.
His name is Dr. V. B; Green Green-Armytage,
Armytage, Green-Armytage, former president of
the Royal Society of Medicine,
who prepared a paper c a 1 1 e d
"The Paradox of Genius" for a
moetine of the International Con-

sress of Surgeons. Part of the

paradox is his assertion that most
of the world's geniuses have suf-

There invention was sheer genius, fered from alcoholism, narcotic

Anrf how about the women who sddirtion, tuoercuiosis, er memai
walk on high spike heelse There's! instability.

And, he laid, not a one has

been female. But on the same
day that his words buzzed around
the wor'd, another- dispatch, giv giving
ing giving the lie to his contention, came
out of Stockholm. There, lady

corset models Increased sales of
their wares 150. per cent by one
act that is touched with the fire
of creation they all put on horn
rimmed spectacles, along with
their corsets.
Nobody but a genius, and a
lady genius at that, would have
the divine moxie to know that
heavy-rim specs would sell cor corsets.
sets. corsets. The dispatch said that now
a'l the smartest gir's in Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm srp wearing horn rims,
whether they need glasses or not.

included Carol Bruland and Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Scheidegg rom Cristooal
Junior High School.
This year's winners will wear
their fjve stsrs on Friday when
they honorarily command the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command, U. S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean and the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District.
Tht contest winners, writing
the best essays on "What Arm Armed
ed Armed Percei Day Means to Me,"
were selected last night by P.
L. Roland of VFW Pest 3174;
George Alexander, VFW 3835;
Carl Hight, VFW Pest 322;

Mrs. Shirley Henry .auxiliaryof

Mrs. Shirley Hinry, auxiliary of

'.est 3135; and Saul J. Kaplan,

se ef Post 3135.

A busv dav awaits the Admi

rals and Generals on Friday when

thev jwill bei awarded their rank

by Maj. Gen. Truman H. Lan-

don. Commander-in-Chief, Carib
bean Command. Personal e a ll.s

will also be made to Gov. W. E.
Potter, in the Administration
Building; iBrig. Gen. Milton Og Og-dent
dent Og-dent Deputy Commanding Gener General,
al, General, USARCARIB; and Rear Adm.
George Wales, Commandant, 15th

Naval .District. I
After the young commanders
have made their personal calls,
each Service will provide a full
schedule for the Admirals an d
Generals to inspect their com commands.
mands. commands. The day's sctivities cl?e

eJbaallv at 5:45 p.m. when the

Admirals snd Generals appear on

the CFN-TV radii program "Pa
aorama."
On Saturday, Armed Forces
Day, rhi Generals and Admi Admirals
rals Admirals will be seated IfltheVIP's
section ef the bleachers ef Port
Davis and Albrook AFB te wit wit-nasi
nasi wit-nasi the demonstrations.

Frank A. Rybicki is the son of

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Rybick;;,
employe of Civil Aeronautics Ad

ministration; Sheila Reynolds,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward S. Reynolds employed at Mi

raflores Locks, Panama Canal
Company; John W. Carlson is

the son of Mr. and Mrs. John G

Carlson, employe of the Marine

Division, Panama Canal Compa Company;
ny; Company; Jo Ella Jenkins is the daugh-l
ter of Rev. and Mrs. Joe C. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, Panama director of the
New Tribe Missionary Society in
Arraljah; Carol Bruland is the

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
R. Bruhred, employed at the' In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division in Cristobal; and

Raymond Scheidegg is the son of

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scheidegg
employed at Gaton Leeks, Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
have sponsored the "Admirals and

y." .-iiiaLi. that the

K and invesKga-
nxetatp5g
which aH .IrtSre h.
tian and as a result, mere n
seme shifting emplT"
m aa

"Former
will tellew as seen as such
S. rTlneSsaHKl In e to to-tlTest
tlTest to-tlTest ef the eempany. h add-

It the request of the uni"Lr

mem oi - t,atin

traimnfprSi- ..

in th

conference

in many eases

ploves on hiehar inrvinrv in.

els did not give necessary sup.
port, and proper recognition ta
non-citizen employes la superviso supervisory
ry supervisory or semi-supervisory positions.

In many cases, was pelnt.
ed out, instruction given to
subordinates by non-citiien su supervisors
pervisors supervisors were countermandod
by U.S. rale supervisors which
would indicate to lower level
omplyes that they should ignore
their Latin American supervi supervisors
sors supervisors union men said.
This resulted in employes losing
respect for thetr supervifer m
some instances and in someca s-

es the supervisors

become frustrated

attitude of mdiffj

The Governor

consideration to

maae oy union sv

inventories should be

regularly as was done

a month.

At the adjournment of the con conference,
ference, conference, the Governor assured u u-nion
nion u-nion officials that he would call
in the union again as further de de-vejepments
vejepments de-vejepments come about to discuss
any action to be taken to insti institute
tute institute corrective measures.

Attending the conference for the
union were Harold W. Rerrie,
chairman for Local 900, Harold
W. Williams, legislative represen

tative, and William H. Sinclator,

AFSCME, AFL-CIO International
representative.

would tend ta)

aim anopt an

okesir

give

uggestion

n that

morn

e once

General for a Day" contest

since 1950 in tne tanai o n e.

PoinM Exhibit
Now On Display
At French Bazaar
In keeping with Point Four
Week, as proclaimed by President
de la Guardia, Jr., the United

viswy trainman u- rm.i states Information service ano

American toPror8 "l;i.r to that SICAP have set up an interesting
nnv -Government, similar I exhibit at the French Bazaar on

r- n e H,7n Will t n f

now gVen v'a' T
i..- .mnlvs In supervisory

lorted te

sponsibilHies

Current Will Be

Off In Paraiso
Thursday Morning

Electric current will be turned
off in the town of Paraiso Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning between 8 and 10:30
a.m., it has been announced by
the Electrical Div'sion.
The power will be shut off so

that electrical services conriletions

mere

duties

and re-

Central Avenue in Papama City.
It shows the benefits derived
by ah agricultural family from
El Higo through the-technic si as assistance
sistance assistance program and mutual co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. This graphic exhibit, shown last
week afthe Agricultural and In.
dust rial Fair in Montije,
Province of- Veraguas, has a huge
map ef the Republic, the various
projects thst have already bees
completed, and others in the. pre
cess ,o" development.
Under the map ia the Presi

dent's proclamation, explaining
what Point Four and its techa! techa!-cal
cal techa!-cal assistance program really
mean to Panama.
The show window housing the
exhibit is on Saota Ana Plaza.
Officials of the program have
PXDressed the hope that all real.

dents of the capital city and the

Each year contest winners are can he made to energize the ex-jcanal Zone Pacific communitiea

given service caps and nve-siar, nertmemai ninnn? msiuairon a- win laxe ins pifi ivumj sajafaw
miionia for the resoective service; long the east bank of GalltaTd spect thj. exhibit. It wi l remahl

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which coat aiy ."" are doui ne -y.
STiaie at the comm" for $15. The markup on clothes made
by the posh Panama shops is truly I?- Tf u
EVentheir so called sales ate a farce. If the price is
moderate the aarment is a mess. When Brutus says Zone
SSTltt huy SemSves "any .SsJSi' IS
In Panama," he is quite correct. The "old" is particularly ap-
PJ? Ruiama itore managers evidently ieel that it ts iftlto iftlto-&Ea
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to greedy businessmen who pay
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piare the absurdity of spending
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eral who will suceeeo the late
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boat, crew. If this is true, and
iih win mr ihn balance
mom and the kids travel farther

ink longer wrrenever tney are bh.
- ja tBhis the new order, or Just the Aokermin trend? Surely
the spirit of economy that the Armed Forces are trying to teach
the rink and file, snould start at the. top.
W: How can you expect a Pfc-, to save paper clips, when he
knows that a general can wipe, out the feeble efforts he ana
his buddies can make in onf gesture? Not Just the incoming

general, but any general.
I
HIGH-PRICE

I'l have read with considerable amusement the distress
inced by many of the local ladies concerning the high prices
ofidresses to be stocked by the' Supply Division.
I This is certainly indicative of the type of plebeian think think-Ing
Ing think-Ing so commonly found among our feminine society. Don't the
women realize that Quality will go along with the high prices?
I, for one, am at lift, glad that I shall have an opportunity
to buy quality merchandise. I was used to it before I came to
the Isthmus and have deplored its lack, since my arrival. Cheap
etothln makes me feel eheip; quality clothing will increase my
will-being and make me feel more like living until we return
td the Btates .which isn't far off, thank heaven!
!l So more power to a fancier dress shop! Even if it means
high prices.

REMINDER FOR GRIPERS
Sir:
i Gripers about our pleasant, easy-going way of life down
here used to be reminded that "a boat leaves ever? week."
Since the Canal sold one vf its ships this Is a Slight exaggera exaggeration,
tion, exaggeration, buf may I advise the gripers that there are at lea! half
a dozen planes a day Stateside out of Tocumen. and that the
latest published total of unemployed Stateside is 5,200,000. Bon
voyage.
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the aaickels saved by naving
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And
(Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
Inside the Communist Party lor
many years, novelist Howard Fast
was a soft spoken man-island u
sensitive calm in the midst of
whirlwinds of political violence.
Many comrades came to him be
fore he swirled away from cue
Party. One who sought him out
was a national leader who ofini-

er itataiiplained bitterly that, the Commu

nists had some $2,000,000 cached
away, but let the man rot in jail
for eight months rather than give
the Impression the Party could
easily raise a $20,000 bail bond.
Neither Howard Fast nor I
have counted the Moscow gold
blocks in some private under underground
ground underground Fort Knox. There is good
reason to believe, however, that
the Communit Farty- still is hea heavily
vily heavily financed and still has a net network
work network strung across the land. How
it works only one man, J. Edgar
Hoover, Director of the FBI,
really knows. To him are tunnel tunneled
ed tunneled the reports of scores of so
phisticated Bureau agents and
their informants.
Now J. Edgir Hoover his writ
ten book, "Misters of Deceit,"
published by Henry Holt, Monday,
March 10. In it race the. story
lines of a thousand exciting
cloak ind lagjjer iilventurcs
etch proving Mr. Hoover's the
sis that a man may walk like a
man in i tweedy jacket and
pipe, and a girl can amble dan-
tily and wear the trimmest polka
dotted blouse and skirt, but they
can be and some are spies,
working for the Soviet state with
in our state, infiltrating plums to
sabotage our defense indutries or
providing hivens for Kremlin cour
iers pissing through the U.S. on
secret 'Soviet missions.
If an underground Cemmuniit
reads this, he's in for a sura
case af thft jitters. Far hera J.
Bdflar Heaver confirms that the
FBI knows the umfurareund's
techniques and jargon.
On some of the book's swift
pages we ire told that an under underground
ground underground Communist is considered
"dirty" if it is elieved that the
FBI is suspicious of him. If this
checks out, the secret Communist
operative goes through a protec
tive process called "dry-cleaning."
Or he is furloughed "upstairs"
into the open Communist Party
until the heat is off. Or he is put
in a "deep freeze" for a year in
some trusted comrade's home
where there is no family, no
maid, no doorman and no eleva-
ator wnp migttt become
The underground Communist
state has its own Police, its own
courts and its own punishments.
For example, one Communist with
an underground assignment, which
kept him away from his family
for some time,, secretly saw his
wife against Party orders. Rem em
her, this man is an American ci
tizen. The Party discovered the
visit. He was hauled up on charg
ed before a "people's court" sit
ting in some underground rendez
vous and was severely punished.
The underground Party has jts
roving police inspectors, Mr. Hoo
ver says. They make spot
checks, suddenly stopping one of
their agents on the streets or
dropping in on his new home,
room or office in a business set
up as a front.
Na ana is permitted ta break
discipline. Not even te see Ms
palia-ttrickan &ild, as Mr. Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover discloses. The ardars
strict. American citizens with
underground assignments far
the Russians are ordered even
te chaneo appearance, get
their faeus remade, ta aln 4$
pounds, ar lose them "so thai
not even a wife would receg receg-nize"
nize" receg-nize" the operatives.
These passionate party disciples
sometimes leave their homes for
years. They are told how to
dress, how to set themselves up
in small towns, how to recreate a
social and sexual existence how
to use store windows as mirrors
and,- how to drive cars at slow
and high speeds to escape detec detection.
tion. detection. Mr. Hoover described a maze
of escane routes and tells how
the party holds its clandestine
sessions. It took the party six
weeks, recently, to bring 20 im
portant Communists together tor a
national underground conference
The use of "rear-guards," look lookouts
outs lookouts snd paper picker uppers so
no notes are left behind ts de described.
scribed. described. Mr. Hoover wrote this
book because, in his own words:
"The Communist Party, never
forget, is a state within i stite.
tt has its own svstem of 'courts.'
Uuislalive assemblies, school alnd
pres. It enforces Its own hw,
has its own standards of conduct,
and offers it own road to Utopia.
The party member may physical physically
ly physically reside in the U.S., but he
'lives' in a Communist world. .
The Party's objective is to pro-
4,,.. 'nnlitipallv mature COm-

tor oner

l feunoui

rade 'Communist man who
will work ceaselessly for the revo revo-lutron
lutron revo-lutron that would make eul Lnrt Lnrt-ed
ed Lnrt-ed States part tt the Soviet syi syi-tern."
tern." syi-tern." CHANDI TO U.$.
WASHINGTON (UP) President-elect
Man Echandi of Costa
Rica has iceepted an invitation
from President Eisenhower to vis visit
it visit Washington Inter this month.
The White House and the Costa
Rican foreign ministry are still
working on final details for a
three-day visit, possib y beginning
March 17, authoritative surces
id
4.

"That'll Be Exactly the Shirt $ff

The Wellington Merry
y DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower told Republican Congres Congressional
sional Congressional leaders the other day that
he was confident his private -Arrangement
with the Vice President
for Nixon to become acting Pre
sident m case rf his own disabili disability;
ty; disability; would "never have to be put
into effect."
"Some people," the President
said, apparently referring to De Democrat
mocrat Democrat critics of the' disability
pact, "are exaggerating the signi
ficance of this, It was just a pre
cautionary arrangement, with the
Vice President.
' I do feel rather strongly that
we should have a constitutional a-
mendment to deal with the ques
tion of a Presidential disability,"
he explained.
"'However., thr
M
mr arrangement with Mr. Nixon
was solely to deal with possible
complications while such an a-
mendment is in the process ot ra ratification."
tification." ratification." In a jovial manner, Ike added:
"Let me assure you gentlem in that
I have every intention of serving
out my term of office. There are
no doubts in my mind that my
heallii will not interfere. Ndne of
us cm foretell. the future, of course,
but I feel confident that the pre
cautionary measure we have taken
will never have to be put into et
feet.'
The President also informed Re-
Dublican leaders that he sooon plan
ned'to send a prdposed amendment
to Congress that would eliminate
& spending Restriction hi the shper
highwiy act, so that an addition additional
al additional $600,000,000 ould be spent on
the highway program next year.
This, he said, would help to shore
up the national economy and might
even have a beneficial effect on
the current recession, of road con contractors
tractors contractors can begin tooling up in
advance for the additional federal
spending.
The government is saving about
nine per cent on road contract r
now being let, due to unexpected unexpectedly
ly unexpectedly low bids, which indicates, the
President said, that contractors
are "hungry" for the work.
SEN. MORSE'S HORNS
Wayne Morse of Oregon is a ver ver-satile
satile ver-satile Senator. Leaving a tough de
bate on the Senate floof last week,
he flew to Baton Rouge, La., to
exhibit his red Devon cattle in
the Louisiana State Cattle Show.
Showing cattle is a skilled job.
It's not one .for a novice.
The Senator from Oregon, how however,
ever, however, was his own herdmin,. ex expertly
pertly expertly managed his own cattle in
the show ring. His prize bull, which
he had hoped would win, lost 300
pounds weight in transit between
Maryland and Louisiana, and plac
ed second. But the Senator came
off with honors for the top herd.
Afterward, Dr. A. E. Darlow,
vice president of Oklahoma State
College, who served as judge, came
up to Morse.
"Where did you learn to snow
cattle?" he isked.
Morse replied that the credit be belonged
longed belonged to his father, who had
taught him as a boy.
"I've heard a lot ibout you,
Slid Dr. Darlow, "but I never ex expected
pected expected to see you under these, cir circumstances."
cumstances." circumstances." .
"You probably heard I've got
horhs." slid Morse. "But I -wpe
I've demonstrated that the horns
ire on my cattle."
SBNATI SICRECY
Members of Congress complain
about secrecy in the e x e c u t i v
branch of government, but here is
what happened inside the Senate
Labor Rackets Committee when
Sen. Pat McNamara, Michigan De
mocrat, moved that there be no
more' secTet session 1
"Certain members on the Repub
lican, side are leaking their ver versions
sions versions of these .committee- sessions

... 1
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to the public," McNamara said.
They have been claiming that the
Democrats are protecting Walter
Reuther.
rne .omy iair tnmg to ao, con continued
tinued continued McNamra, is to make pub public
lic public the full record of these hearings.
then the press can see who is pro
tecting whom. I therefore move
that tbe hearings be made public."
By a vote of 7 to 1 McNamara
was overruled. McNamara Was the
only Senator voting for the right
of the public to know what happen happened
ed happened in a meeting which had nothing
to do with national security.
DEFENSE RELIEF AGENCY"
Despite worse economic distress
than anv time since World. War II.
'tJ jelbe PRrtment strangeljii
nas shopped using us auuoruy to
award military contracts to relieve
unemployment.
This failure to grant contract
priority to "distressed areas" s
headed for a showdown inside the
Cabinet between Defense toopliz toopliz-er
er toopliz-er Gordon Gray and Secretary of
Defense Neil McElroy.
Gray intends te demand why the
Defense Department hasn't award awarded
ed awarded a single, contract under the iis iis-tress
tress iis-tress program in six months. Out
of 150 major industrial areas in
the country, almost one third have
been classified as "distressed a a-reas,"
reas," a-reas," yet the Defense Department
hadn't acted.
The distress tag is tied to an a-
xea its .Unemployment hits sjxjjer
cent, nus automatically entities
the area to special priority in re receiving
ceiving receiving Federal contracts.
In 1955, 125 contracts totalling
$23,000,000 worth of business were
set aside for labor-surplus, areas.
The number dwindled in 1956 to
30 contracts worth $10,000,000. As
unemployment benan to..n.e m
1957 the number dropped to 13 con
tracts valued at only 3,8O0,0O0.
Thi decline" in contract aid at
this particular time when it's most
needed is blamed upon the agency
which' hands out most of the go government
vernment government business, the Defense
Department.
ACROSS
1 Occasional
flurries
5 Preparatory
school
9 Morning
maisturt
12 Cavity
13 Couch
PI Employ
15 Visionaries
17 Musical
direction
IS Flower
19 More
. perceptive
21 Asterisk
23 High priest
24 Sorry
27 Plaything
29 Geraint's wife
in'Arthurian
legend
32 Newspaper
executive
34 Photographic
device
36 Mom or Dad
37Expunger
31 Allowance for
waste
St Italian river
41 Compass point
42 Weep
44 Elevator
inventor
4Gets
49 Titles
33 Hawaiian
wreath
54 Kind of lace
55 Mr Durocher
57 Within
(prefix)
. Ireland
59Pminine
appellation
60 Burn
(1 Disparage
DOWN
1 Vessel
2 Protuberance
3 Bread spread
4 St ops .suckling
5 Greek letter
6 Prayer beads
1 Newts
8 Adh ive
9 Drought
result
10 Italian city
11 and tear
16 Dramatist,
Bulwef Bulwef-20
20 Bulwef-20 Moslem
schqlars
22 Great krHV

Weather Forecast

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- Go lnd
't
The attitude of military brass is
that the Deiense Department is
not a roiief1 agency.
C II C'n-. J rnnmu...
men are also against dishing out
emergency coniracis to distressed
areas. With the South still prosper
ous, they iear the program would!
take government contracts away
from Southern factories.
However( Gray, himself a South
erner. will not oniy can upon mt
Elrov to use, his contract authority
to help fight off the recession, but
will recommend appointing a spe special
cial special director of contracts in each
government department to funnel
contracts to needy areas.
Note: Forty -five industrial cen centers
ters centers are notcia ssied as labor sm
nins areas. Wor3t-hit states .ire jai
CMg Ohio, Pennsylvania I and
West Virginia.
CAPITOL CHAFF
Colorado well brushed Sen.
John Carroll beat out Ohio's un un-brushed
brushed un-brushed Sen. Frank Lausche in
a'backstage battle for the Demo Demo-ratir
ratir Demo-ratir vacancv on the Senate Ju
diciary Coin luiii.'C. bauscne aiso
tried to get on tne aeuaws Aiauyi
Committee, but the AFL-CIO rais raised"
ed" raised" such a protest that Democratic
leaders hastily assigned the va vacancy
cancy vacancy to Texas Sen. Ralph Yarbo Yarbo-rough...
rough... Yarbo-rough... At one point, the AFL
CIO even asked Carroll to let Laus Laus-che
che Laus-che ha the Judiciary vacancy,
so he would give up his bid to get
on the Labor Committee. Carroll,
however, theo. 'I e"d'
Lausche, losing both fights, be
came the only Senator with just
one committee assignment.
TRUCK DRIVERS WARNEP
HELSINKI, Finland, Mafh 12
truck drivers from picking up
young girs -on their trips.
The comrn'utiications ministry
noted there had been a nomber
of cases where drivers picked un
"young, adventure hungry gir's
,and warned: "trucks are only for
transport ofc gods." i
Answer to ffijvious Puzile
KMnl 1 1 f )
SkuRJR
SPA
SSJiilfcll 1 1
P ft. N H
24 Fall month ; to Girl's name
43 Dismayed
25 Hebrew
month.
(exclamations
45 Auctions
'46 Spanish jar
47 Existed
41 Not one
50 Post
51 Unbleached
26 North or
south
28 Odor.
'30 Angers
31 Venn-;
33 four.t" efixl foreteller
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BOB
I have
from
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a mend
Rale
and is brooding aloud about how
he made it to the anesthetic. It
turns out h
went shopping for
a
birth-lay presfiftt .fflC toJ.Q-aftf

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uio inoppei wwiswajvii an angry oepsteaa me otner day.
yourself, un-nsggflted aMMp. ; I went to iijlpect the new fishpool
Eight buck Opt jHVHl of a friend i n interior, -kcora
drain, and fMTSr mm' tors dead sfee lunged at me and
meal toy hoWf' aHdent torork knocked mM' in the dead ot winter
assembling same. linto the icerimed pool.
"There wereenougn instruc-, My body la, -generally a mass of
tions," sayshe;'WT!iuild t rocketbrt.ves from, contact with inani inani-to
to inani-to the moosT Sort of 'Fasten Pmrres suddenly nossessed of lives
A to Part fojeg JML fesferis'of their own. The simplest suit suit-joins
joins suit-joins the efiunUW,WWing case fastening barks my knock

down the aroifan iwilh a crouch-
goggle. Tighjen the cifpsetUr,
then angle in Part C it
time line upwtthute groihenjain't
Etc..."
Three das our frjiamf ttdHtfff;
on this proiecr, witnsmT :spav,
hanging around looking super-
cilious. "A child," he writes.
"straight out of 'Bad Seed.
never reany oeiievea in mai pwy
Deiore. bv tne ume cnua is
contemplating pushing me out the
window, to see if I could fly, dear
olde dadde hasnt aMmgernail in
tact, a knuckle unskinned, and
the doll's crib is still m a state
of Gaul -tres partes divisa est.
I chastised my issue into her
downy cot, and then rushed out
and hired a carpenter to shove tnis
torture chamber into some sem
blance of shape. I then retired to
the infirmary.

Our contused friend says he is'dence. The simple act f changing

moving fm New York City to
r.i ZiiSm MM.jtMtM'..
Rochest
y. aiiitc 'ia
at a Newj
read t
York S
yman, one
Lawrenc
the father
of eight, ms
ed a bill. Ru-
lison has encoun
similar dif-
ficultres m putting together gadg gadgets
ets gadgets for his e ht hvd if young young-uns
uns young-uns and, apart from swearing,
has done something about it.
He introduced a bill in the Le Legislature
gislature Legislature to restrict the sale of
assemble-it-yourself toys
at least the, kits have UUe so
clearly labeled lhat poll: lld pa
won't buy anything more compli complicated
cated complicated than a yo-yo.
U fri.nH writes: 'You know
what the father of the 10-year-old
nr does? He plans to move 1o,
Syracuse", the home' district of
Lawrence M. Rulison, so he can
vote for thjs fina -Wcent, n. Jt

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could be h4!U vote more
once just! to be sure."
than
I could not be more svmnatho.
tic with Ra&straw, because 1 too
are an afflicted of Allah in terms
ot inoimai ODjec -s. i was reach
.ed out for tad bh'en severely by
t an angry
Jes
SCTrjeried reoently to put a pres pressure.
sure. pressure. -lamp together and managed
ie make tt exnlode. wreakin
great havocjpn my mustache, eye-
ii,Kri)WS and 'what chair or a card
table is generally good for a week
m hospitalsand anything so sim-
I;nle as rhanMne a fuse nluc blows
; up the join
only yestlfday i shorted out the
Car by trymg to insert the lgni
i tion key iniso ce ; reraiK- re
; served for efcarette lighters
It is amai
ng to me that I can
draw with
ess than moderate
skill, or fui
le out a few million
words on a?
pewriter. but I have
never learned how to change a
ribbon witlrtj'- woundhvf mysflf.
I stab myself with letter open
ers, although l live oy ci.rreppoii-
tire defeats me jnd i cannot
i ..nil. a .t
open a parcel w.nuu ii i ikying "u
mv fingern? j)'.
I have heard ol gieen tliump? as
applied to fiitdeVMiblil 1 rise to
remark that?I have green thumbs,
ton. H
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TUNNBL COMPLETED
MOJL Jai
n (UP) The world's
irst undenj
ter tunnel with two
decks,
one:
or psdestrians and
one tor fioior veitio,
opened today between the ) main
Japanese isjSinds o Honsh" jHI
Kyuhu. The tunnel is slightly
,. fir. a : r.im- in is
more than two miies long, u i
22 years to build no work was
done on it during the war years
and 53 nerjrwere killed on the
job. '.
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GORGAS NURSES FETE MRS. JACK HEARN

AT SUPPER PARTE IN TIVOLI PAT1U

Gorgas nurses will fete Ethel Knixa (Mrs. Jack) Hearn
at a despedida supper party to be held in the patio of the
Tivoli Guest Hoase this evening
The Hearns are tearing March 26 to make their home

in California.

Visitors From
States Feted
At Coffee
Mr vviiiiam N. Kirkland enter-

tamed with a coffee in the Gar-1 Richard Strauss: Four last songs

aen Room of the Tivoli Hotel yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning in honor ot tnree
visitor from the Umttd States.
Guests of honor were Miss al alia
ia alia juoolt, who is here irom Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, Mrs. James D. Coons,
wuo is visiting her son and daugu-ter-m-iaw
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Jangle of Balboa and Mrs. Eber
Keenev who is here from East

Lansing, Mich., to visit her son

and i daughter-in-law Mr. ana Mrs.
Earl Keeney of Diablo.
A! centerpiece of hibiscus and
colored leaves and a batea of
tropica) iruits gave a tropical au auto
to auto tne occasion.
Mrs; lit Pick
Gives Connert
For' Soropti mists
Mj-s. Use Pick will give a Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi toncert at her home at No. 3
52nd Street on Friday, March 21
at 1:30 p.m. Donations may be
made following the concert for
the benefit of the charity fund of
thejSoroptimist Club.
The program will be as fol follow:
low: follow: Mozart: Concierto No. 17 in B
Fla( Msjor for Piano and Orches Orchestra,!
tra,! Orchestra,! Allegro Larghetto, Allegro,
la jCasa, Soprano, Vienna Phil Phil-harm.
harm. Phil-harm. Orch., Carl Bohm, cond.
J S. Bach: Branderburg Con Con-cieJto
cieJto Con-cieJto No. 4 in G Major, Allegro,
Andante, Presto, Chamber Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra Jof lie Vienna State Opera Fe Felix
lix Felix 'Proheska, cond.

, INTERIM
During which refrehsment will

be served

Beim Schlafengehen September,

Fruehling, Im Abendrot, Lisa Del Del-la
la Del-la Casa, Soprano, Vienna P qil-harm-
Orch. Carl Bohm, cond.
Beethoven: Sonata for Piano and
Violin, No. 5 in F. Major (Spring)
Allegro, Adagio motol espressrve,
ScherzOi Allegro motto. Rodno:
Allegro ma non troppo Wilhelm
Kempe.'f, Piano Wolfgang Schnei Schnei-derhahn
derhahn Schnei-derhahn .Violin.

Atlantic Side
Bridge Winners
The winners of the regular
week y bridge games played on
Monday evening at the Margarita
Service Center were, North and
South, first, Mrs. Dorothy Sanders
with Mr. Julius Loebe and sec

.rvnrl Mr onH Uft danran A Till.

U1IU, 1UJ. UOU HUOi Jt.VI gl. . XU1

ly. aast ana west, nrst, Mr. ana
Mrs. W. Woodruff, and second,
Mrs. Julius Loeb with Mrs. Hay

den Jones.
Ft. Clayton
NCO Wives Welcom,
New Members

The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club Held its regular monthly
meeting on Tuesday evening,
March 4, in the Fort Clayton
NCO Open Mess. New members

who joined the club were Mrs
Virginia Aydelott and Mrs. Rhine!

Mrs. Addje Meurer was also wel

comed to the c ub as a visitor.

The resignation of the treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, Mrs. Jean Collins was accept

ed with regret. Mrs. Joan Hu, a

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

Satina...
fit BIO ironing

aid in the little box.

new member, volunteered to fill

the vacancy and was accepted as

the new treasurer of the club.
Mrs. Eva Moore presented in
formation in regard to joining a

Joint Women's Club Welfare Board
of the Isthmus. It was voted to
join for six months and to dd dd-nate
nate dd-nate to this worthy plan each
month. Mrs. Moore resigned as

cnairman ot the Clayton Welfare

Board of the Wives' Club and
Mrs. Ethel Snee, a new mem member,
ber, member, volunteered and was accept

ed as new chairman of the Wei
fare Committee.

Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Grace Bowers. Mrs. Bettv

Brogan, Mrs. Wilhe.mina Metcalf

and Mrs. Jean Mappin.

Activities on the social calendar

for March are: March 12 at 9:30

a morning coffee at the NCO. 0-

pen Mess with hook reviews

featured as the program. A hus

band -and wife social will be held
on March 18 with Captain Tovar
presenting Panamanian dances
and music as the entertainment

.or the evening.

Members wuo wish to make re

servations may cail the hostesses

tor the evening, who are: Mr s.

Pat Swanson, Mrs. Eva Moore,
Mrs. Jean Jonea and Mrj. Esther

Moore oi Fort Clayton.

PORK is now in abundant sup

ply, according to the U.S. Depart
ment of Agriculture. One of tH
most important of meats nutri

tionally, and one of the most po popular,
pular, popular, it must be thoroughly cook;

ed. t.

Raw or underdone pork products

...-..- -. &

-may cause trichinosis, rew ot

the millions of hogs killed each

year for food have uvmg tncni tncni-nae
nae tncni-nae in their muscles, but since

there are some, you always
should eat only thoroughly cooked

pork. Cooking pork unta well
done kills the worms, according to

Veteran's Club
Mill Hold Dance

Posst 3822 ot ihe Veterans' Club
of C'urunuu will celebrate Armed
Forces Day with a dance next
saiuroay night, beginning at 8

p.m.

A barbecue-picnic will also be
held Sunday from 1 p.m. to 3 m

the altcrnoon on the c 1 u b's
grounds. Tickets for the dance

and picnic are SI ior adults and
50 cents for children under 12,
and can be purchased irom any
VFW member.
Funds from the two functions
wiU be used by the veteran group

tor their Christmas charities in

Panama.
British Ambassador,
Lady Henderson
the British Ambassador and La Lady
dy Lady Henderson gave a luncheon at
the British Embassy today.
, The guests included Wing Com Commander
mander Commander and Mrs. R.I.M. Bowen,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. George Welter.

Capt. and Mrs. Warner S. Rodi-

mon, Mr. and Mrs., Hugo Navarro,

Mr. jnd Mrs. w. ti. Duel, and
Mr. Carlos de Obaldia.

fAlbrook Offtttrs'
WWWIII Kid
Hail, arwJW Coftte

Thelbrook Officers Wives Club

will hold their regu'ar monthly
"Hail and"' Farewell" coffee on
Friday, March 14 at 9:30 am. in

Israelis To Hunt
Treasure Mentioned

In Dead Sea Scroll

JERUSALEM. Israel.. March 12

tv Israeli archeologists have

begun preparations tc search for
a hoard of precious metal through
clues in the Dead Sea scrolls.
Yigal Yadin, a former Israeli
army chief of. staff who resigned
to return to archeological studies
at Hebrew University, said the
actual hunt would begin soon.
Yadin made the disclosure at a
conference held yesterday to
commemorate his father, the late

Prof: E. L. Sukenik, who discov

ered the significance ot tn

scrolls.

Yadin said the scrolls described

how an ascetic sect hid treasures
in various parts of Judea, most of
which now lies within Israeli

territory.

The sect intended to use the

metals as offerings in the temple
when the Messiah came, Yadin

said.

Many scholars believe the sect

flourished before the time of

Christ.

The conference also heard a

warning by Haimz Gvaryanhu

that some still undeciphered
scrolls might be lost to scholars

permanently unless fragments in
Jordan were collected, j i
He appealed to Jordanian au

thorities to permit photographs to

be taken of fragments in their
possession.,

the main lounge of the Albrook
Officers' Club. All members are
urged to attend.

Mr. Gerta Stern
Guest of Honor
At Shower

Mrs. Gerta Stern was guest of

honor at a shower given this after

noon by WIZO at the Beneficiencia
Israelite of Panama.

By 6AYNOR MADOOX

P r'

he Agricultural Research. Serv Service's
ice's Service's new leaflet No. 428.

According to the leaflet, in cook-

rag pork, remember that large
pieces must' be cooked longer
than small ones because heat pen penetrates
etrates penetrates slowly into the center of
the meat, Large pieces that are
well cooked in the outside may
be underdone or raw at the cen
ter. Take particular care to cook
pork chops well done. A good
test for "doneness" of chops and

loin roasts is to make small cuts

next to the bone and .into the.
thicker part of the meat. If the

-neat is still pink, it is .not well
'one.
Using a meat thermometer, heat
tenderized picnic shoulders to an

internal temperature of 170 de

grees F., cured hams to 160 de

grees F., and fresh pork to 185

degrees F. Without using a meat

thermometer, cook large, or very

cold meat takes longer to cook

than meat of room temperature
Here's the complete list of plen
tiful foods for.. March:
Pork
Dried prunes
Canned, frozen corn
Dairy products
Eggs
Canned, pears
Apples
Peanuts, peanut products
Wn rt
few International
Communist Organ
Will Appear Soon

JWOSCQW, Marob 12, (UP-The

Soviet Gommunist Party newspar
mr Pravda todav announced the

foundation of a new international

Communist magazine.
Pravda Mid publication of the
magazine, to begin shortly, was
decided at a meeting in Prague of
"some Communist and workers'
parties."
( A Prague -radio announcement
heard in Vienna reported that the

meeting was held last Friday and

Saturday. It said tne decision to
publish the magazine followed a
wish expressed at last Novem November's
ber's November's Moscow conference of inter international
national international Communist parties.
(Observers in Vienna saw the
move as a Soviet effort to light
national Communist "heresies"

and coordinate activity of safe
ellite Parties.. Ilso ftld bejT
smaH step toward revival of fne

1

YOU can't carry on a telephone

conversation and a conversation

with someone, in (he room with

you at the same time. Yet some

people try.

But it is always to the annoy

ance of the person who is on the

other end of the line.

SOME women always

to say the wrong

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Written for NEA Service

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last notice for inclusion In hn
column should be submitUd Hi
ryac-written form and mailed to
the bea number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Orherwisa," or dalivartd
bv hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted bv

Catholic Daughters

Change Meeting Date
Members of Court No. 874 Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Daughters of America are
reminded that in the future thev

will meet on the third Thursday

of every month at the Knights of I

uoiumous noma m Margarita, rne
next meeting will take place on
March JOth. ....; .......

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MATCH point duplicate produces

some very unusual bidding se

quences. In a rubber game North
would never have entered the bid

ding but the game was duplicate
and he refused to stand by and

let East and West make an easy

part score.

His double produced a two

spade bid by South and when it

came back to East he made a

straight match point double. He

was sure that his partner could

make two hearts and he decided

that he would get almost as bad

a score for two spades made as

for two spades doubled. Converse

ly, if he could set two spades one

trick aJHoiile wouMymve aim a

top wrlne aipass wotHPleave him

plus 100 only for a poor result.

East's gambling double paid off

beautifully. West took his ace and

kmc of hearts and followed with

the ace and another club, East
grabbed his king and returned ihe
suit.
Declarer won and played ace,
king and anpther tramp. This
threw East in the leadanrThv; had
a fine chance to chuck the iand
right then and there. All he had
to do was to lead a diamond and
South would be able to pick up all
the diamonds and make his con contract.
tract. contract. East was too smart for this. lie
counted the hand and saw that
South was marked with "four dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. Hence, a ruff and discard
would do him no good.
East led a heart and waited for
the diamond trick.
ST

telling you they

they wail, "Why

hairP u looaea

(But of course these same

en never told you how mud

liked'it long until, you had it

chopped Oil).
Hang blue draperies at your
iving room windows and theyM
be sure to tell you that they hope
you haven't made a mistake,
since blue fades more easily
than most colors. (Never mind if
they get blue draperies, too, lat later
er later on. At least you wont hear any
more about fading).
Say you have a vacation trip

all planned, and if you intend to you

go dv car. tney u letr you mat

you really ought ,tp fly. (it doesnJt

realty matiefiHp
said you were going

have

asaea, "Why don't

go ou can ia.Y$ .vour

ana rnsrfad
s a Mat, to

wonderful job

You ha

w:uuy proud o

women who haw, knack fo
saying the wrongtting 'mraediate 'mraediate-ly
ly 'mraediate-ly start sympathising with you
net ; Miie your $0n iob is going
to take htm to another state.
Snow th,em yoilf dew camrelfai
and they're sure to say that they
used to grow camehas, but found
them too much trouble.
Serve them a imii mi

they'll wail about their diets untll

to ail

delicious

little Italian Girl
Who Got US Bridge

Repays Eisenhowei

WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON, Marc

A pretty little Italian girl whom
U.S. movie makers save a bridge

reciprocated today vta an arm
i i i. t t :j j. w;

ioaa oi gins ior rresiaem cisen
hower and his grandchildren

Nine year old Marsia ieorizio
gave the President's three grand granddaughters
daughters granddaughters small handmade dolls

dressed in elaborate n orthern

She gave the President's 9-year

old grandson, David, a bridge

model. The President got an al

bum of watercolors of Leghorn,
Italy, by Maurello Sarielli.

Mrs. John Eisenhower, the
President's daughter-in-law, re

ceived the gifts for her children

and the President on the south

portico of the white House, rne

children were not present, t
After calling at the White

House. Marsia had lunch in the

Senate dining room. Later she was

guest of honor at an ice cream
party at the Italian Embassy."

The dark haired little Italian
girl received her bridge from the
producers of the film "Bridge on

the River Kwar after she asked
Bifana, the Italian Santa Claus,

for one.

She told Bifana that she had to

miss school when a bridgeiess
stream on her four-mile route to

school was flooded.
The American field service gave
her and her father a trip to

merica.

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Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
I Pas? ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Bid three diamonds. Yoo
want to Show strength and fine
diamond support at one and the
same time.
TODAY'S QUESTION
' Your partner continues with a
bid of three spades. What do you
rin now' 1 t

Answer Tomorrow

ctress Whc uicd

On TV Grieves

Later For Fiance

LONDON. March 12 (UPj-Ac-

tress Ann Firbank, who "died" in

a TV play last night, grieved in
real life todav for her fiance.

As she walked off the set of the
controversial play "Doomsday for
Dyson," by author J.- B. Priest Priestley,
ley, Priestley, she was told that Patric Doo Doo-nan,
nan, Doo-nan, 31, had. been found dead in
his gas-filled apartment.
During the play, the 23-year-old
actress played a jpjrt which cast
her as a victim of a hydrogen

bomb explosion.

As Suicide Mommy
Dies Beneath Train
NEW YORK (UP) A four-year-old
boy hung by one foot be between
tween between the ties of an elevated sub subway
way subway plat.'orm for five minutes
today screaming ior .hjs"mom .hjs"mom-my."
my." .hjs"mom-my." She was dead beneatft' the
wheels of a train." r
. A hundreds watched and
prayed in the street ) feet Bttow,
tfro policemen: braced themselves
to rfatch the boy. He wis Mall
pulled ttt safety at th trackJevel
by the train's motorman, juid a
transit policeman. His ankle was
bruised, but he was otherwise un unhurt.
hurt. unhurt. Police said Mrs. Marie Vitucci,
30, had picked up the youngster,
Michael Jr. and deUberately
jumped with him into the train's
path. On the platform she left
packages containing new clothes
for her two other children Lu Lucille,
cille, Lucille, 8, and Christopher, 11.
Mike fell head first between the
ties and one foot caught in the
structure.
"Mommy! Mommy!" he cried.
"Help me!"
His shrieks brought crowds

from the stores on the Brooklyn
street below and the two officers
from their beat.

The youngster was bv then un. 5

der the train, which motorman
Matthew Reiss, 42, had been un un-ab'e
ab'e un-ab'e to stop in time to avoid the
mother. Reiss and transit patrol patrolman
man patrolman John Roselje jumped to the
tracks and reached under, work working
ing working frantically to free the boy
without dropping him through the
ties.

CHEMIST LOSES FIGHT

GENOA, Italy, March 12 (UP) (UP)-Chemist
Chemist (UP)-Chemist Luigi Burlando lost a 17 17-year
year 17-year legal fight, for 1 JOn.OOOJire
($2,270) in damage! front tfte Jov Jov-ernmeht
ernmeht Jov-ernmeht today. A civil court
ruled he had sued the wronff

1 1 agency:1 11 r

Reds Hay Release
Downed US Flyer
To Armistice Group
PANMUNJOM, Korea, March
12 (UP) Informed sources pre predicted
dicted predicted today that the Communists
would call a new meeting of the
Military Armistice Commission
within a few days to release the
Dilot of a U.S. Sabre shot down

ast week over North Korean ter-

niory.

The pilot, Capt. Leon P'eiffer,
Kenosha, Wis., parachuted to
North Korea Thursday after his
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auVCAU was auuuiv vy vtmi niutuoi.
ground fire. An accompanying Sa Sabre
bre Sabre returned safely to base.

Return of the capturea puon
was demanded by the United Na Nations
tions Nations Command yesterday in a1
Panmunjom raeetinj of the Armi-,
stice Commission,
U.S. MaJ. Gen. Ola Kyster ad admitted
mitted admitted at the meeting that the
U.S. jets had violated North Ko-!
rean air space through "naviga "naviga-ttonal
ttonal "naviga-ttonal errors." -But he accused the

Communists of being "trigger "trigger-happy"
happy" "trigger-happy" in shooting down the
plane rather than intercepting it,
and demanded punishment for
Rid personnel responsible.

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ON DISPLAY The three T-33 jet trainers above are part of the frying operations
A'.Broolc APB and Will be on display; on Armed Forces Day Saturday.

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BIRDS EYE qMick-f rozcn foods are farm- Enjoy your favorite fruits7, vegetables
fresh and flavorsome. Grown exclusively fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-
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Bible-Raised Backwoods Outlaw
Dies Of Heart Attack In Prison

PARCHMAN, Hiss. (W Ken Ken-nie
nie Ken-nie Warner, 56, a Bib e raised
backwoods sharpshooter who be
came one of the South's most no notorious
torious notorious outlaws, died of a heart
attack today in ths Mississippi

Kstate prison which he once said "I

helped to found."
Wagner was born into a God -fearing
pioneer family in the Ap.
palacRan Mountains near Gate
City. Va.. and there learned tn

i Jove horses and dogs and guns.

in nis teens, ne left home to
join a circus as a dog trainer. He
left the circus to become a boot bootlegger.
legger. bootlegger. He was iirst arrested for
stealing a watch at Grenada,
Miss., in the early 1920s.
On Christmas Eve 1924, Wagner
killed Sheriff Murdock Macintosh
as he and other officers attempted
to arrest him on suspicion of rob robbery
bery robbery and jail-breaking. Wagner
fled on a horse with a buckshot
wound in his back.
Three months later, at Kings Kings-port,
port, Kings-port, Tenn.. Waener killed three

officers attempting to arrest him.

spent tne night at the farm
a friend who persuaded him to
sOTender "to save your soul." j
lie was Iried "at Blountsville,
Tenn.. and sentenced t the elec electric
tric electric chair. In July he escaped and
made his way to Arkansas, where
he found work at a saw mill near
Texarkana in August, he killed
two i drinking companions during
an argument and surrendered the
next day.
Arkansas sent him back to Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi to sand trial for the
Christmas Eve slaying. He was
sentenced to life imprisonment.
Wagner escaped from the prison
farm m 1927. again In 1940. and

again in 1948, for a long stretch

m ireeaom. ne was recaptured
Jan. 30,-1956.

Modern Arts

ingers Plan

Night Of Fun

The Modern Arts Singers will
sponsor s night of fun Saturday
at the Barnett's home, 14th St.

Rio Abate.

There will be daneing. Mmes.

-cake sale and other surprises.

. A "whoopee trme" will be in

store for all who attend.

REQUEST FARE BOOST
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 12 (UP)
St. Louis Public Service Co. an announced
nounced announced it has filed with the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Public Service Commission

for a rate boost on fares amount

ing to roughly 10 per cent of its
gross revenue.

He had been in the prison hos hospital
pital hospital with a heart ailment most
of the time since. He-died in the
prison kennel '"where he had been
taken at his sexruest to see a Ger German
man German shepherd dog he had trained
and her new litter of pups.
"The more I see of dogs,"" he
once1 said, "the less faith I have
in men."
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Refusal To Divulge
Nude Pose Details
Sends Girl To Jail
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CHICAGO, March 12 (UP)-A
girl was sentenced to IS days in

jail today for refusing to answer

questions about a nearly nude

photograph of her that appeare.1

m a magazine. One of the ques
tions concerned her age.

Attorney Julius Sherwin, repre representing
senting representing the girl, Elizabeth Ann

Rogers, obtained a 60-day stay

pending an appeal en the con

tempt of court sentence. Shy was
released in $200 bond.
The girl's mother. Up. Cathy
Darnell, became hysterical when

sentence was imposed by family
Court Judge George B. Weiss.

eammg tnat "tney took her.
y'114iit her," she Was removed

from .the courtroom

MrsY Darnell and Hugh Hefner,
publisher of the magazine Play
boy, were charged with contribul
ing to the delinquency of a minor.
Weiss ordered those charges

stricken with leave to reinstate-

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ra uic (ui uiccu iu answer
one question; That Hefner was
not .present when the full-length

pnotograpn was taKen. Tne char

ges could be reinstated at any

tune.

Miss Rogers refused to say
where the photograph was taken.

who else was there, or to state

her age. The state charged that

she was 16 years old when the

photograph was taken.

Shprwin ureed Weiss tn errant

fan immunity waiver which would

protect the grrl against action by

the federal government or by any

other of the 47 states in which

legal action might he taken be

cause of the photograph. Weiss
said he had no such immunity

power.1

Sherwin said that a constitutional

question was i involved, and he

wiuld appeal the sentence to the

U.S. Supreme Court If necessary

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MANILA AiMhWiu. a?i

Minister R. G. Casey, addressing

we acAiy conference:
' "Communist subversion i lite

it deadly snake in a dark room.

d&Aiu is turning on tne ii;iu.
The man in the room still has
to kiH that snake for himself. But
he has a mucii better ?hance of
doing so if he can see."

BUENOS AIRES Newsboy
Leynico Morales, who vatehtd
fromc20 feet away as a jet fighter
crashed in A suburban street, kill killing
ing killing 10 ptrsons. many of fhoc.
children:
"1 was tr:,'ntened tn dQnth am1
the only thing I :ould think of

was to cover my face with my

hands."
DALLAS Designer Pocket Mor Morton,
ton, Morton, on the latest thing in ladies'
pants:
"Capri pants come as tight as
possible and still let yous it down.

We do make pan's vhii.-!' r

looser, but liieso are strictly for
gardening and aren't stylish."

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BUS BURNS IN INDIA
DUBIA,, India ,(UP) A char chartered
tered chartered bus caught fire and mer
turned near Dubia today, burnins
to death 38 members of a bndal
party. The iire apparently was

caused by a carelessly dropped

cigarette. ,

NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND A development that may s
provide a "clean" way of exploding; nuclear devices is revealed ... ,,
to newsmen as they are taken on a tour of an underground"
blast site by Dr. Dale Nielsen (center), of the University of Cali- ;,
fornia's Laboratory, at; the Nevada Proving Grounds. The tun.- c
nel is deep beneath a desert mesa where a 1.7 kilotron device u
was detonated last September. The earth successfully smother- ...
ed the heat and radiation of the blast. Scientists of the Aisu j
estimated that half of the future atomic tests in the U.S. will, j
be underground detonations with no fallout problems. au4

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FOSTER'S Corteges and Largo
Beach Horn. One mil past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oc.anside Cottages
Santa Clan R. d P. Phone Pa Panama,.
nama,. Panama,. 1877 Critrootl 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT Three bedrooms
chalet, hot water, with or with without
out without furnished. Golf Heights.
Tel. 3-4630, S a.m. to 12-2
p.m. -6 p.m.
FOR RINT BOQUITE Fur Furnished
nished Furnished throe bedroom house,
electrically equipped kitchen,
utensils and dishes. $80 for last
1 three weeks April, or weekly
, $35. Telephone 3 43.
FOR RINT Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house, 2 bedrooms, for
one month. Phone 3-4817.
FOR RENT 3 room house
with running pipe water and
5000 meters land, Maria Euge Eugenia,
nia, Eugenia, Collier, $10.00. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-2474.
FOR RENT Beautiful resi residence.
dence. residence. Preferably A m o ricen
family. If interested please
phone 2-3145 Panama.
RENT Furnished Chalet
bedrooms, terraces, parage.
ining room. Phono 3-
Rooms
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FOR RENT Furnished room
(responsible for bachelor, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue, No. 18-18, third
floor, tel. 2-2140.
Commercial Sites
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FOR RENT Comercial locales.
Justo Arosemena Avenue No.
37-1 1, Information Novelties
"II Siglo" Central Avenue
Phono 2-2341.
Opportunity For Rent The
modern Hotel "Rex" in Chitre.
Call to Bolivar Marques Jr. at
3 7371 or 3-4569 from 7 to 9
p.m.
First Aid Teacher
Will Be Guest
Speaker On CFN-TV
Tomorrow from 3:15 p.m. tc
3:4S p.m., the second m a series
of Red Cross Program! will be
I seen on CFN-TV.
J Mrs. Thelma Bolado of CFN
: will interview Mrs. Charlitte Ken-
nedy on the "Ladies Home Vaiie
;ty Show."
Mrs. Kennedy who is an out
standing Red Cross First Als In
structor and has conducted class
j es for many years, will discuss
the changes in techniques in the
' sew revised first aid course.
1 First aid is one of the most
' popular Red Cross programs be
' cause of its universal application
and appeal. 'As for its need, the
i tragic accident toll each year m
I the United States provides sad
l testimony: 95,000 deaths and more
I than 10 million injured. Helping
to reduce this loss of life and ac-
cident rate by predentin accidents
j and providing emergency care for
accident victims is the primary
objective of this program.
During 1957. the Canal Znite
j Chapter of the American Red
i Cross trained and awarded First
Aid Cards to 660 Canal Zone resi
: dents.
PROMPT
COURTEOUS
TV SERVICE
CALL
2-2374
All Work Guaranteed
Call Till 10:00 p.m.
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ATTENTION. O. I.I Just euik
modem furnished apartments. I.
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water
Phono Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT:-On April 15. fur furnished
nished furnished throe bedroom apartment,
m?id's room, hot water. Berate.
Phone 3-2279 from 2:30 p.m.
FOR RINT Two bedroom
furnished apartment, Ave. Justo
Arosemena and 43 Street No.
21. Tel. 3-4849.
TOR RENT $50.00, furnish furnish-id
id furnish-id apartment with all. North
American neighbor, 82nd Street
tfo. 48, phone 3-04712-3343.
FOR RENT Two bedroom a a-partment;
partment; a-partment; living dining room,
maid's room. Juste Arosemena
Ave nue, 3711. Information
Street 37, 4-23.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom a a-partmenrs,
partmenrs, a-partmenrs, unfurnished, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, largo 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 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 to
Tivoli Ave. 21A24 Apartment
No. 7, office hours.
FOR RENT Beautiful Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse at Campo Alegre, three
bedrooms, terrace, etc. For in information
formation information call Panama 3-4041.
FOR RENT Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, one bedroom,
lot water. Perry Hill 2A Street
No. 11. Phone 3-2694 or 3-
0533.
House Group Tells
Defense Dept. Not
To Cut Guardsmen
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP)
The House Armed Services
Committee unanimously called on
the Deiense Department today to
aD4ioj:J?ins w a iu per ram
siasn in ine Army s a i i e n a i
(xubtu ana reserve torces. -The
committee also decided to
ask the House Appropriations
Committee to vote an additional
$87,400,000 to enable the Army to
maintain the guard and Army re reserves
serves reserves at their present strengths.
The guard now has 400,000 men
and the Army reserve an author
ized strength of 300,000. The Ar
my plans to cut them each by 10
per cent jn the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1959, because of a short
age of funds.
The plea to the Appropriations
Committee will be made by Rep.
Overtoil Brooks (D La.), chair chairman
man chairman of a subcommittee .which
held hearings on the matter, and
Rep. Walter Norblad (R Ore.).
ranking Republican on the sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. The Armed Services Committee
adopted two resolutions recom recommending
mending recommending that the Army funds be
restored.
It also adopted a third resolu resolution
tion resolution demanding that the Defense
Department and the Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau release 90 million dollars in
previously appropriated funds for
construction of armories, training
centers and other facilities for the
guard and reserves.
The committee said the funds
were frozen last August and the
situation was causing "undue con confusion
fusion confusion and delay, in the plans and
programs" of the states, which in
some cases have put up matching
funds.
The committee estimated it
would cost an extra $51,800,000 to
keep the guard at 400,000 men in
the coming year. The added cost
for the Army reserves would be
$35,600,000.
The resolutions said the funds
should provide for 55,000 new six six-months
months six-months trainees for the guard, in instead
stead instead of the 22,000 now planned,
and 36,000 for the reserves, in instead
stead instead of 17,000.
American Matador
Says Spanish Jail
Nice, Calm Place
SEVILLE, Spain, March 12
(UP) American bullfighter Syd Sydney
ney Sydney Franklin was-re'eased today
irom a Spanish prison after
serving nine months of a two two-year
year two-year sentence for custom vint.
tions. He announced immediately
mai ne wouia resume his bullring
career.
The 54-year-old matador from
Brooklyn, was pardoned bv the
fovernment of Generalissimo
rancisco Franco following the
reported intercession by the U.S.
diplomatic mission in Spain.
Franklin, the first non-Latin to
gain the rank of full matador,
was jailed last June after he
failed to pay a 204,100 peseta
fine (about $4,000) for keeping his
car in Spain beyond the legally legally-permitted
permitted legally-permitted period.
Franklin also said he found the
prison experience to be the "mpst
calmest, moot reatful period fv
spent in the past 30 years."

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Automobiles
FOR SALE 49 DeSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wring,
ei-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 SALI 1952 Chevrolet
four-door sedan. Standard Shift.
C.Z. Inspected. $495.00. Please
Phone Cristobal 2544.
NIKON
Cameras
at
u.aiiiii
(Across Banco National)
PANAMA COLON
TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
temperature of the sun
only $32.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama BjEik
Jm
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Service Persoi
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
representing
Government Employees Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 25, 195$
Fidanque Travel service
Tel. 2-W61
HEART FLUTTERER As a
result of his role as the German
U-boat commander in the film
"The Enemy Below,"' German German-born
born German-born Curt Jurgens is not only
Hollywood's most In demand
star but the foremost flutterer
of feminine hearts. The film
was his first Hollywood effort,
although he has' behind him a
20-year, 94-picture career as
one of Europe's top box-office
movie stars.
SPACE AID PROGRAM SEEN
r a otrtMriTriM C1TP1 Wun.
FrnV T Rnw (R-Ohio) shuddered
tn think what roilkl haD-
nen if Coneress some aay starts;

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"junketing around outer space." fyhen he reaches his spiritual
He foresaw such things as a destination,. Dysbn is put on trial
"space aid" program, demands on charges his apathetic attitude
for an irrigation system on Mara; was responsible. He is allowed-to
and use of the U.S. Information call scientists and U.S. and Rus Rus-Agency
Agency Rus-Agency to "promote better under-isian air force of icers and It dc
stanHine of America in the Milkv velnns thp Russians dropped the

Way." Bow, in his weekly news-
i n j :i i

teuer to tanauiuem, sdiu utj missive retaliation u in-
"lelt a chill WPPrehensaOT."TlWesl. !?1!T?'?

SERVICES

3-miner t car wash St.
cleaning el motor $'5, waxing Of
cere $6. Aato-Bano. Trans-ltrh.
Highway near Soars.
FOR THE (1ST IN TV RIP A IRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
T1UVISI0N All service C. O. D.
Dependable TV
Service
Reasonable
citable
adie TV
euajr
Crawford Agencies
Tel. i-1905s
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Bos 1890. Panama, R.P.
DESTROYS OWN HOUSE
OCALA, Fla. (UP) Stephen
Sheppard Eatman set fir to his
house today, remained inside)
and urged neighbors not to rescue
him. He was rescued and charged
with arson.

Doctor Advised To Fight
Cunning Lawyers In Court

LOS ANGELES (UP)-A lead
ing neurosurgeon tongue lashed
the legal profession, Monday night
for its treatment of medical wit witnesses
nesses witnesses and advised fellow doctors
to "come out fighting'' the law
yers with their own "tricks" and
"cunning."
'When a doctor goes to court,
what happenes to him should not
happen to a dog," Dr. Emil Se Se-letz
letz Se-letz told about 3,000 members of
the International Congress of
Surgeons. His fellow doctors gave
him thunderous applause.
Seletz, is chief of neurosurgery
at Los Angeles' Cedars ef Lebanon'
hospital and a member of the fac faculty
ulty faculty at the University of Southern
California medical school.
In a frankly fighting speech, he
said that when a doctor takes the
witness stand in court he is "bad "badgered,
gered, "badgered, bullied and shouted down,
impudently haraaied, pushed
against a wall, and EfAlly c
cused of bearing falsa wnnes
of lacking in medical knowledge
or namoring prejuuice...
Advice to Fight
u: .Hxnlit, In Khrnrlc hit hrm-
1J.19 UigUlbJ wm. wv.w, r"
4l.il ahil'fv rlnnhtprl
the doctor's famed equanimity
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becomes a jest xor wurv jv,
he said.. ,. y
These sMBJUties, na saw, aru
inflicted y lawyer wlo .viewa
his business a cunning jh
court appearance as "a lame
and is there "for the sole lurpose
of making money.''
'Do as he does," Seletz advised
the doctors. 'Shake hands and
. M,f fi-rthtincf
tunic vuv u)u-v
"It is high time we put a stop
London Critics Pan
Priestly's New Play
Attacking H-Bomb
e m rXI HS..h 14 HIPV
fritics todav panned
licwopaii - -. j:
-about the hydrogen bomb as lu
i r, r I icaub j o
rid, "emotional ana, yivvw
Priestley, well known for his
myatery stories, uuea Vw
f.T ; fnr nvison." It was
.,jh nn ftritnin's lndeoendent
lUUUUtu v - .
television network last night.
"Rehearsea in secret, n
pugnaciously at tne commesu-.
TV audience that if the H-bomb
is dropped it is their own fault,
the Daily Express said. "Apathy,
said Priestley, may aesiruy
The Express eaid that "as an
argument, it failed, replacing
balanced discussion by emotion.
The Dally Mirror said -Priestley
had used "the. theater as a pul pulpit,
pit, pulpit, as a plat-orm for propagan propaganda,"
da," propaganda," The News Chronical said Priest Priestley
ley Priestley appeared "less concerned witli
art hete than getting his; point
across. His aim was a drama dramatized
tized dramatized pamphlet as simple, lurid
and effective as he could man manage."
age." manage." The Daily Mail said that with
the play "television became for
the first time the servant of a
gifted creative writer arguing in
the most persuasively powerful of
all forms, the dramatic."
The play centers around a man
named Dyson who was apathetic
to what Priestley has said in
public statements are the dangers
of the H bomb. Dyson dream?
one drops near his home and in
the dream he kills his wi'e and
chi'dren to keen a promise to
thorn h wnii H rin so
bomb by mistake and forces
a s;.t u.. it.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 15 See babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
FOR SALE Ward's Rotary til tiller
ler tiller 2 hp. $140. Two-wheel
traitor tmesis $45.00. 20428
Cumndei. C.Z. Tale. 7217.
SALE 4 Vert, blinds
(l 13x70 in. (1) 83x56 in.
One street No. 20. Also house house-held
held house-held items. Can 4:30 to 7:00
p.m. Balec 2-3305. House
5412 Diablo.
FOR SALE Fisher upright pi piano,
ano, piano, $150. Call Balboa 2-6353
for appointment.
AWARDED MISSILE CONTRACT
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP)
The Army has awarded Western
Electric two prime contracts to to-ta
ta to-ta ing $129,592,708 fot production
of nuclear tipped Nike-Hercules'
anti-aircraft missiles and related
ground equipment.
to this disgraceful imnnxitinn nn.
on us by a group of men who use
us and abuse us for their own
personal gain."
. Seletz nrPKCriherl taokniniiea In
battle what he said were two of
the more common abuses the
casting of doubt on a doctor's in integrity
tegrity integrity bv askine what lie Itis
been Da id for aneearin'sr. anrl ttm
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quesuuniug iu ins pruuciency oy
demanding "yes" or "no an answers
swers answers to Ions, involved Questions
outside nis medical iieid.
How to Answer
"You have every Tight to ad
dress the court when abused," he
said. In the case of a complex
question, he said, the doctor may
ask the judge: Do I have to an
swer that, regardlessof truth? His
questions are not intelligent.
To the fee question, he suggest
1 a doctor reply: "A hundred
How much will you get, Mr. at
torney?"
Seletz said the court will repri
mand a doctor for that one, but
he'd rather be scolrtt d by a judge
than "bullied by the tallest law
yer in, Beverly Hills.
COLD BRINGS ULTIMATUM
Some visiting Russian dancers
derided to put up wun meir
drafty hotel today after the man man-appr
appr man-appr tritik stens to protect t.iem
from Manchester's neari e r o
weather. Twenty members of the
mn-man Ukrainian State Cossack
Company issued an ultimatum to
"warm up the hotel or we wau.
nut The mariaeer ouicklv issued
niriors to his staff to cnacK ueo
WIUVl U
9anim liaisttAPI am. kpPH firPS hUItl
IWUIU a-wi.w
ns n all, rooms. 't is more
frigid in Manchester than in some
of the worst uussiun winters,
one dancer Said.
ENTIRE FORCE ENGAGED
BELHAVEN, N.C. (UP)- Half
of Belhavep s po'ice force en engaged
gaged engaged the other half in a brief
patrolman Bill Dodd tangled with
off-duty officer Russell Williams
at tne scene oi a lire, uoaa ana
Williams are the entire Belhaven
police force.
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 Till
John Payne
"HIDDEN FEAR"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
John Hills Eric Portman
"THE COLDITZ STORY"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Jock Mthoney
"JOE DAKOTA"
I
OAMBOA 7:M
Walter Brennan
"GQO IS MY
PARTNER"
MARGARITA S:15, 7:S5
Dane Clark
Belinda Lee
"BLACKOUT"
FARAISO
6:tf A S:S
Alan Ladd
"THE BLACK
KNIGHT"
Repeat Runs.
SANTA CRUZ
6:15 k 8:35,
"SOUTHSIDE
l-iooo and
'TRAIL OF THE
ARROW
CAMP BIERD 6:15 ;M
Edward G Robinson
"ILLEGAL"

AGBNClAt
CM LOST
Central An
PAKMACM
ui
Home Articles
FOR SALE Lovely Wrought
Iron Dining Room Sort Re Reduced
duced Reduced from 195.00 to 150.00.
Rattan Living Room Soft 150.
00, Mahogany Living Room Sett
98.00. Double Bods complete
44.00, Mahogany; Dining Room
Sets 69.00, Modern Vanities
65.00, Cheats of Drawers 19.00,
Bunkbeds 44.00, Folding Bods
35.00. China Closets 19.00,
Basket Chain 12.50. Easy Terms
'Club Flan, Chico do Ore Stamps,
Almaetn HX (Household Ex
change) Notional Avo. No. 41,
Tel. 14911, 1-7348.
L
FOR SALE Mahogany Living
Room So. Sofa with 2 chairs.
Tel. 3-6790.
FOR SALE V tns. brown,
new "Philco" air conditioner. Al Also
so Also will trade 8mm. mpvic pro projector
jector projector for 3$ mm. slid projec projector.
tor. projector. Call 3-7755.
FOR SALE 1952 Kenmor
Automatic Washing Machine.
60 cycl. good condition. $80. $80.-00.
00. $80.-00. Albrook 3181.
Real Estate
St. Petersburg, Florid. Ditch
Digger Headquarters! We sail
good value. Attractive home at
reasonable prices. Also can as assist
sist assist you In obtaining good ren rentals.
tals. rentals. See TROY HAYES, co
Whir Robinsog Realty, Inc.,
Realtors at 121 9th Street
North, Telephone -0344.
FOR SALE -GrW-away price.
Residence at Santa Clara with
accommodation for 13 people.
Three thoutand motor of land,
cultivated with garden and fruit'
trees. Artesian well. Telephone
3-0019.
FOR SALE Completely fur-,
nished cottage at Gorgona
Beach, Swim, fish, relax. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ocean view. Bargain, trans transferring
ferring transferring to States. Phono Balboa
4474.
FOR SALE Unique type cot cot-tag
tag cot-tag for sal at .Santa Clara. So
Mr. Webster Casino or call
2-2830 Balbo.
Don't March any more. W hv
the bouse that foe need. THREE f
from which to choose. Each
house it built on a lot 330 m2
on 9th Stmt, Puablo ( Nuevo.
The only wood used throughout
the house it termite-proof "Ma.
ria." Roof art "Alumalife", all
masonry canttruction, and tile
floors. Electrical lamp installed
in ovary room. Each heat con consists
sists consists of: livuig-dining room, 2
bedroom', bathroom, modern
kitchen, porch, gang, laundry
facilities, garden at front and
back. The price re: 1.6,400. 1.6,400.-00;
00; 1.6,400.-00; B.6,300.00; and B.6,200, B.6,200,-00.
00. B.6,200,-00. Make your offer on the ini initial
tial initial payment. For further details,
picas call Tel. 3-7820.
FAINTING PUZZLE OFFICIALS
NOTTINGHAM. England, March
12 (UP) Railway officials were
puzzled today by the case of tne
fainting school girls.
Twelve girls fainted one after
another in the carriage of a train
taking them home from a trip to
Lonan to seeiatuEoay's lmerna-
tional field hocfe&lgerne between
England and Scefiind.
All but one of xthe girls had
been released from the hospital
by this morning.
lfODAY-ENaNTO-.35-.20i
Double in CinemaScope!
Robert Wagner in
"STOPOVER TOKYO"
Victor McLaglen in
"THE ABDUCTORS"
r--- --i
I DRIVE-IN
7:00 TODAY' V.OO
' n n ... 4 nrri
rumi-iAit muni i
11.10 per CAR!
I
I
I
JOHN AGAR
Maria English in
'FLESH AND THE
SPUR"
I Tomorrow! j
gj
I JAMES STEWART I
i i
Iaucne murpny in B
"NIGHT PASSAGE"
InJTCHNPCOLOR J
CAHTOLIO
85c. ,88c.
THINDER OVER
ARIZONA
- Also :
TRACK THE MAN
nnuiM
Top
with Kent Taylor

treat No. n t)

emena. Am Tano JJM

Miscelljaneous

0X211 Cf1T0iAircX
Hfecjhe m,,.dll.l,: BER BERNARDINO
NARDINO BERNARDINO DIA2 i, no longer
"fd to oftoct tt e,
colWctions for HUMAN R. BAY.
Therefore, w will not bo ro ro-sponsibl
sponsibl ro-sponsibl for aey transactions
offoct.d by Him.
Export brut making. Call Crit Crit-fobal
fobal Crit-fobal 3-326.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-22 ft. .eilboet.
"Koren", Inboard motor. Good
ail. CaH ialbe 2-6145 after
S.:00.
FOR SALE 22 ft., 85 h.p.
'"bo.rd cabin cruiser. Lice.sed
for 8. gufpood. Phone 8230
FOR SALE 22 HorMpdwA
Jonnson outboard motor. Just
overhauled. Make
offer. Phont
Balboa 6317.
FOR SALE 1957 Johnson
outbotrd meter, ,85 hp. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent running condition. $285.
Will give demonstration. McLel McLel-land,
land, McLel-land, Navy 3674 or 3268.
,Quake-fj;opf,iJ.S.
Embassy Build,n9
In Mexico Planned
MEXICO CTTV Murph 10 rn
-rrfHeminl!
aonar earthquake-proof" United
States Embassy 1 Building 'here
will get under wav hv th nH f
- wstHvur
ure yeai, no8Saoor pe U
mil announced tooay.
The six -story structure will
compare in size and architectural
beauty with the new embassies
planned fpr London and New Del-
Fronting dn 'thfe'reenea 'ti 'ti-seo
seo 'ti-seo De La Reforma,' the city's
main avenue, the Embassy will
be built on a "ftoatine" fminria.
tion to absorb earthquake shocks.
r; t

SALE

Farm in Lidice. 60
hettares. For in$?Mon,
Cxtmilo A, Porras,

1M 3

'
DEMT

sbdee f br offices.

' '' '' W A(jm
Camllo A. Porijas. Transisthmian

Highway across from

Roebuck.

st

BANK $125.00

BANK NIGHT!

Secret Affair
G0U rnse
- Also:
W.OMAN

WAGONS ROI

NAME

AT NIGHT
with H. Bogart

- Also -NO
HOLDS BARRED

WANTED

utntfhmt.
Dwor fr rM Truck, iastor iastor-view
view iastor-view 4:00-6:00 p.. Panoosd
Sales Service Sfrt 15, 13 Ave
nue.
Panama Line
Sailings
.The Panama liner Ancon is rh.
dued ro sail mm Cristobal Sa-
luraay wun 76 passengers for New
York and two passengers for Port-AH-Prince,
Haiti,
Mr and Mra. jf. Royee Hubert
are the passengers booked for Hai-
and4 Rogelio Atoro; MiasrMarje
Ahtr,;,.Dr- rate E.luringer,
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Bate; Miaa
MWhr Blumeattal,-' Mr. and Mrs.
DunSanRriggr, Mr. and llis. Rich
ard Campoefl- Mr,' and Mra. Wil.
ham H. Casswell; Mr. and Mra.
Charlea Victor and-daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W. E. eiarte;
Miss Eleanor L. Colbert; Mr. and
Mrs. Harold A. Davids6 Mj. and
Mra. elwyn DurUng; Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe S. Dutrhpr- nmuM u
Gallie; Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. (Jay-
Ineult 111.. TT-1 -1
jiu, mms neien iiooaman; miss
Sara Goodman; Miss Miriam
Goodman; Mr., and Mra. Reed
Grtifaden; Mr. and Mrs. Frateis
a. namngton; Mr. and ,Mrs Frank
" "cuuceajr; ru, ana Mrs.
O. "E.
Hoskinson: Mia
Hoskin.
sOn: Mi Am,
and Mr.
Wd Mr. Pfed!
mr. arw Mrs. SheMob Kaplan:
eJ W; WW Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert ,E. cBrioe and three ehii ehii-fteai
fteai ehii-fteai Mrs tna Manley; m, and
Mrs. Gerald Miner; iMr; and Mrs.
4eorge j Newman ; Mn and Mrs.
M-L-ptry; Wanrea Fitman; Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Forner; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Rubinsky and daa daa-ter
ter daa-ter Mr.' and Mra John Stierly;
Mr- "d Mrs. Charles, IThier: Mr.
and Mrs., Braxton W.TTeadwell;
Mrs. Frances Van Cleff Miss
Claudette Villafranca; Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred G. Vogel; Mrs. Susan
Warren; and Mr. and Mrs. Ste Ste-phen
phen Ste-phen Whitney.
- 6411
Tcl. 3-6411.
VICTORIA
i5VUUJUu
Spanish Pr(rajn
MIS TWES,VITJDAS
50.u
WITH
- Also:
QUE BRA V AS SON
LAS COSTESAS

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1958

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Dialing
Around;. ."YtjitJUked for .It," I
guess, ha.mde a lot ofrW ans
happy Jot.uiwcfiag tl arndest
' requests handcuffed fellow

parachuting-from a plane (he got

the cuffs off in time); a tud if
war bet-wee!' tractor and an ele elephant
phant elephant ffV elephant won) and a
dog walking a tight rope.

But you should hear about the
things people, ask for but don't
get.

Thaumber "Sadists twirling
tv dfai Tmmmrt mWr
o see an acu acu-tual
tual acu-tual gas chamber death at Cali California's
fornia's California's San (Juentin Prison and
someone pitying Russian 'rou 'roulette";
lette"; 'roulette"; wltt a revolver 'containing
a reatballet!
Twatraini 'trashine head on

would be "delightfuly" to' see one
woman wrote, and a real catty
doll k6eps"'wttt!nriHat she'd like
to see Marilyn Monroe, Jayne
MansffiM-Gina. LolMbrigid.,. and

Sophia -XWeii "Uned up together
and befTg taeasured to end aU this

. ''Yuri p asted for it, but

you y.nH have it also includes, to
date,. Elvis Presley "performing
in slow motion a tour of a nudist
amp; The Lpne Ranger removing

his mask; a horse race between
Gene Autry and Roy Rogers; the
inside 'of a Sultan's harem and,

when Harry Truman was presid

ent, a sequence showing H a r r yv

playing the piano. One of his se secretaries
cretaries secretaries r replied:
"This ftoo presiiptubus to
present fw the' President of tfte U U-nited
nited U-nited States." '
. Or did. Harry say it?

direct it, too. A chain cigar smok smoker
er smoker (20 per day), Kovafcs smokes
only Sgarets for his latest movie
role of aany writer in the film
version of "Bell, Book and Candle."
He's wincing: "It's like asking
Yehudi Menuhin to lay aside Ms
violin."
Now it's Sophia Loren saying
she'd like to appear in a western.
Can't you just see Sophia wax out
in front on a horse?

FIVE MOVIE deals are Dend-

ing for Jimmy (Honeycomb) Rod-

gers. Six months ago the lad had
.nli. tt j4k. U 1. o.iL

viujjj fi ui uic uaiu... Ann aovnern
took off her "Private Secretary"

glasses to win the Sun Valley Skeet

Shoot competition for women.

. This Is Hollywood Mrs Tnnot-

Janet Leigh, in b ts, raincoat and

rainhat, dashing through a heavy

ram u a movie set where she

spends the rest of the day being
photographed in a bathtub.

The Wknetr Someone offered to

sell Joe Frisco some stock in a

new quarter-horse race track at
Palm, Spritgs. "Quarter horses,"
Joe winced. "I can't do any good

with whole Horses."

ieVejs a little applause!

BUT

I belie

even, if "You Asked for It" couldn't

delive4&wrc)e:. n j
"Id Jike M W the type of
freighter ship that hauls U.S. tax
money. Ato, .Europe."
. If you've, Ibee s ordering what

happened to long-time host Art
Baker on the show, here's the low-

down. He quit to host "End of the

Rainbow" and was replaced by

Jack Smith; Then 'End of the Ram

bow" fleeWed, Art wasn't the type
for the show and Art wis replaced.
'You Asked for It," I suspect,
wilL be getting another request it

Ain't an twar

"I'd' like to see" Art Baker back
' on the show. (Signed: Art Baker.)"

S BOB L1USB1!

1 ... 1.i. D.tn tfH,'o Blnot"

las a telefilm seal re

'to release him frwMlWon

Not in the Script: David Niven

to a maKe-up man before a scene

in 'Separate Tables" requiring
him to look misty eyed:

"Give my eyes a squirt from

the Oscar (glycerin) bottle!"

j J

IT

mat

For

To The Moon, Don't
Forget Picnic Eggs

Jack Webb's Mark Vtl Company,

with Jack supervising, will put
the series before the cameras in
May. A Paul Newman or pen Gaz Gaz-itara
itara Gaz-itara is Webb's idea of an.: ideal
Kelly... Ernie JCovacs has written
four stanzas of "Edie," the TV se series
ries series he's scriDtine for his wife,

l Edie AdanasJaM Data Mae of

1 Broadway'sHbnIiF If the

show is sold" Ernie would like to

CHICAGO (UP- At least one
man would not be surprised if the
countdown on some future rocket

trip to the moon were halted be
cause somebody forgot the hard
boiled eggs.

That man is Sidney Maduff of

the Natjonal Egg Foundation. He
calls eggs the .ideal foijd for space

travel. The idea of a oru 'UDstitu

ting for a meal is silly, Maduff

said.

"There's no getting around the1

need for a minimum of one pound
of dry weight food per day," he

said

-What's whv an nld fashioned

mmHe "bTues a- piJnktyle me'al of hard boiled

renreiams me nsneci iuuu

gh space. Its Comm

and ff has a maximum of

energy-giving protein packed lit

a minimum of space.

Eggs also keep the spaceman
alert and best able to keep his

mind on the controls of his rocket

ship, Maduff said. He cttetf Air

Force surgeons' finding that an

down on ine ac

ilots at a West

mmmmmr- Essssssssrev" mmmmmr-

csii breakfast cut

"I'll venture to

j Gold Coins Shown
SocielfHehg

The Isthmhsmit'tc Snrie,
ty, an affiliate" of the' American
Numismatic Association, held its
regular monthly meeting in t he
j Margarita Service ;entef artd in
i addition to the regular Atlantic
: side mejnbers, several members
from the '-Pmrnr side attended in including
cluding including A. Heller, who displayed
a large collection of Uii'ted States
coins including a complete set of
Indian head cents with dates
back to the Civil ftar days.
Several ancient and Biblical
itnino iijopb naccpH aifninfi for in-

spection m addition' gold eolfiafl

of the world including the popu

lar $20, $10 and
I coins, which are

'day except whan
lectors gatherSPr

! Meetings arWieldPEle wmiA
Monday of each month in the
visitors are always welcome.

predict that the

first man on the Tnoon -will ge

there on a diet of eggs during his

2"0,000-mile trip," Maduff conclud

erl.

Maduff didn't mention it, but the

trio oucht to Bo much better if the

' w 1L 1

kspaeman.aiiotHBpirers me ssu

Hk. at

a 'Mmp of coiiJUB rJKm

dHHssiolL xnd

Religious m 11

THE
BUYS of

BUYS

IN USED CARS

COLPAN

il

7J"

usTT

M.M Olds

1956 I I d! C

2-door, 6 Cfl. 1695

1954 Ford, 2-door,

Radio, 2-ton.',

msa Doi

Radio, ,: 925

995

00
00

00 -1

.00

00

The Balboa YMC.A. U.S.O

ifilms one tomorrow and the oth,
er on March 27.
The first witi be "The Ma miti miti-cnt
cnt miti-cnt Adventuref'jfAaisWry C5l
of Tarsus, kffoVnVtAiir as'ffafht
Paul. It follows 'he Jibe story
of ,the first great Cr.ristian iris-
The second film will be "I Be-

Ke'd Ht

. last ds

BoWV

the ev

There-

lie isfljv

BATTECftfeES; Mici., Matdh
12 (UP)v Wuipnieitt Co.
1 an ounci$; t WdusTria .track. di division
vision division has purchased Ut Truck
t.i Cnn. nor ? S(W .000. Assets

inolude 550 fork trucks and W V

maintetihcefyehfctes. the com-1
pans said 'Clark' Rental Corp., a I

1956

1954

1955

1957

i

C t A R K BU YS f I JIM

Mercury, 2-tone,
reydoSr. 1950-00
Ford Ranch
Wagon, Radio,
6 CyLr im.p
Chevrolet, Bel
Air, 4-door, 2 2-tone,
tone, 2-tone, Radio . 1495.00
Ford Sta. Wagon,
4-d6r," Radio;
V-8 2900.00

m wm

1895.00

FAST FRIENDLY
FINAiNCiNG

GOLPAN

PANAMA'

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i ii

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ment in the New York, New Jer
ley and Connecticut areas.'

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, t JA
SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY S. Ufit "Q J
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WlMl to, feW

setexceplion ln bea.tlfu,

of the best r tV eom-
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cream s loaoS of cioin-
rortable nd long lasting (mlrror

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C0il 8prmi NIGHT TABLE
i

jj

SILYERTONE Radio TV Record Player f
Have your own entertainment center at, home ail in one
unit. Modern console with large 24 inch brilliant TV
..,n l.Ut.n to vnur faynriff rfinnrds on the DOWerfUl 2

Wtr word pltfir conrplete wtth" diamond
needles, 45 RPM splindle, automatic record changer and
plays all 4 speeds. Easy control switches you to local ra radio
dio radio programs.

SILVERTONE TABLE
MODEL RADIO

SAVE
2.07

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15.88

Regular price
17.95

The Ideal low cost radio radio-companion
companion radio-companion for the Kitch Kitchen,
en, Kitchen, den, bedrooms, etc.
Clearly marked dial is easy
so read and tune.
HARMONY HOUSE
FLOOR LAMPS

Special
Purchase

17.88

!

Beautify your home with one
of these high class, low cost,
modern floor lamps. Get
yours today! Limited quantities,

(Chair not illustrated)

HARMONY HOUSE
SOFA-BED AND CHAIR
I

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Month,y 'Reducdto IK 8R

IVI .ww

Regular price

209.95

The style and beauty of a luxury sofa and comfort of an
innerspring bed .all in one piece of furniture
Convert 'quickly to comfortable bed, easy to open.
Perfect for guests
Built for long wear; sturdy rigid frames, coil spring
seats, attractive covers and plastic arm rests.

3 PC. HARMONY HOUSE LIVING ROOM SET

Reduced to . Jj 38
Down ." M
Monthly 1M

Rich .modern styling that
imparts a new fresh beau beauty
ty beauty that's ever in good
taste.

KENMORE AUTOMATIC
SEWING MACHINE

STEP STOOL?,

Sellout .
Original price
2.8

.88

HARMONY HOUSE RUGS

Reduced 9"xl2

KENMORE Floor Polisher

64.88

All in wrought iron
Perfect for many uses

Reg. 79.9J

Down 7.0?
Monthly 5.0C
Colorful cotton loop pile rugs
of modern design. They are
non-skid, washable.

29.88

Special
reduction

Rec 39 M

Down 5.0'
Monthly 5.01
You'll be amazed with the
way this polisher beautified
your floors. Works on tile
linoleum, hardwood etc.

Wmt

199.88 Jflftt Ml

I REGULAR PRICE
f ,249.95 1

Down 20.00
Monthly 10.00
Performs hundreds of sewing Jobs. Ger German
man German made, sews forward and rerers
Has selector wheel for various patterns
sews two colors at a time with double
needle. Sews on buttons and makes
buttonholes, attaches tippers. Complete
With accesories .Guaranteed.

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COLON Bolivar Ave
DAVID "B" Street North

2- 0931
3- 1955
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LATELY? HE'

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CANDLES OUT OF

HIS UPPER

'STORY

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CHIN ON
ANOTHER.

FIDDLE-

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Of 'Karma Indian
Politician Says
CALCUTTA, Mrch 12 (UP)
Veteran politician C. Raiacopala Raiacopala-chari
chari Raiacopala-chari today urged Americans to
try a Hindu religious formula to
escape the "tension of hell ;thw
are suffefinf' because o'.the cold
war, po Hies and unemployment.
Rajagopalachari, at 80 one of
the world's oldest active political
figures, said United States suffer suffering
ing suffering was caused by "Karma,"
Sanskrit for "past deeds," large largely
ly largely brought oh by the atomic

bombing of Hiroshima aad Nagff
saki in World War Two.

uniy repentance anq prayer will,
provide a cure, he said.

"Unfortunately those sins have

heen trebled due to the alseiree;
ELlBTHCrTY. NfcTaipl

Revenooers say their own air
force here is paying off. federal
alcohol tax unit aepnts tnnV In th

air in helieooters and found eitrht

dootleg diftilleries m two days

Mysterious Subs,
Planes Sighted
Off Philippines
MANILA, March 13 (UP) -The
PhUlrppine constabulary reported
today that three mysterious nib
marinei and two unidentified plana
had been sighted twice la it month
in the southern tip of tht Phi Philippines.
lippines. Philippines. The constabulary said reiidents
of three islands in Sulu reported
seeing the submarines and planes
on Feb. 27 and 28. It said the
twin-engined planes flew "very
low" over the coastal towns.
Government security and intel intelligence
ligence intelligence agencies were ordered, it-

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10th anniversary. Shown left to right are Mrs. S. Harmono, Mrs. Z. Blumberg and Mrs. S. Dabah.

DECORATIONS

FOR POLICE BALL

Five contestants for the title
of Queen of the Policeman's
ball are shown with last
year's queen Camille Ellis
and hairdresser Arturo. From
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JNESDAY. M ARCir 12, 1958
Easter Fashion News
at FELIX'S
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The latest Dresses are utterly feminine, absolutory
flattering .'. in exciting fabrics and colors .

CinCT IAIW fHATC Mr8- William E. Potter, wife of the Governor of the Panama Canal is shown with
nitol LAUI .nil3 Mrs Durtcan Macay (rjght) and Mr8 Harjn j Roper at a tea given in honor of
WITH VIS TOR lattflr hv Mr3. Philio Steers on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Roper, wha it wife of

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PANAMA AMOUCAjr AN WDEPBIPIW DAILY NEW SF APEX
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WEDNESDAT, MARCH II,
Annua CZ Inter scholastic Loop Track-Field MmB Ib&cto

No Team Winner; Only

Individual Achievement
Goes Into Record Books

The Canal Zone Interscholastic League will
hold its annual track and field meet tomorrow night
at Balhoa Stadium. The meet will feature the ath athletes
letes athletes from Balboa High, Cristobal High and Junior
College. The opening events are scheduled for 7
p.m. i

It is the quaint custom of tins
League to conduct its one big meet
without scoring team points. There
wil. thereiore, be no team win

ner, only individual achievement.
And it is anticipated that there
wiii be some mighty keen compe competition
tition competition for the biue ribbons.
Balboa will have the largest
squad, Cristobal will have the
gifted few, and J.C. will be so
short in numbers that they will be
hard pressed. With the probable
loss of Bill Coffey via the air airplane
plane airplane accident, the J.C. ranks
were thinned out even further.
Chariie Morris, the Green De Devils
vils Devils numbers one boy in track and
field, will be heavily favored in
the shot, and might even get the
inierscholastie record. He should
also pick up second place in the
oiscuss, ior un ess Cristobal's Bill

Gibson breaks his arm, he isn't

about to get beat in the platter
spinning event.
In addition to his discuss work,
Gibson should win the broad jump,
and here the record of 21 it. 11 in.
is definitely in danger. He will pick
up this third blue ribbon in the
high hurdles, although he will be
pushed here much more than in
the to field events
Balboa runners should dominate
the sprints, with John Morris, Bob
Rathgeber, Raul Barbara, Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto Sharp, and George Barbier do doing
ing doing the honors. Charlie Detore of
CKS and Carl Toothman of BHS
w t battle it out in the low sticks,
with the Atiantit Side runner hav hav-lir
lir hav-lir a decided edce.
It is the so called middle disr
tances that should produce '.he

best races of the night. Tiger
runners are favored in each of
them, but it wouldn't come as too
much of a surprise should a Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog sneak into the tape in one or
two cases. Hugh Tompkins in the
440, Gary Irving 880, and Irl' San Sanders
ders Sanders mile, are the favored trio,
with Tompkins about the best bet.
The Bulldogs depth should tell
in the two relays, the 440 yard ev event
ent event and the medley, for they should
take these two handily.
The following predictions for .the
winner in each event and the win winning
ning winning e fort are based on what the
boys have done this season, the
known status of their health, and
the assumption that their coach
will enter them in that particular
event.
Pole Vault- Bill Halvosa yBHS)
10 ft. 9 in.
High Jump Carl Toothman
(BHS) 5 ft. 7 in.
Broad Jump Bill Gibson CHS)
21 ft. 8 in.
Shot Put Charlie Morris (JC)
52 ft. 11 in.
Discus Bill Gibson (CHS) 141
ft. 8 in.
100 John Morris (BHS) 10.8
220 Ernesto Sharp (BHS) 24.1
440 Hugh Tompkins (CHS) 55.3
880 Gary Irvin (CHS) 2:12.5
Mile Irl Sanders (CHS) 4:57.3
High Hurdles-Bill Gibson (CHS)
15
Low Hurdles Charlie Detore
(CHS) 21.2
440 Relay Balboa
Medley Relay Balboa

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Games

At Sareseta
Chicago (a) 200 010 000 3-81
Boston (a) 000 003 001 4 11 1
Pierce, Moore (4), Fischer (7)

and iBattey; Baumann, Fornieles

(4), Scene (7) and H. Sullivan.

WP: Stone. LP: Fischei.

At Tampa

New York (a) 112 000 100 5-8-fl

Clncin. (N) 300 000 000 3-6-1

Sturdivant, M. Freeman (4). Ct-

cotte (7) and Howard; Schmrdt,
Lawrence (4), H. Freeman (8)

and Dotterer. WP Sturdivant. LP

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At Ft. Myers

Wash. (A) 000 030 000 3-7-3
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Griggs, Wiesler (4), Saban (7),
Snhnltz (i) and Fttegerald: Daniel.

E. O'Brien (4), Gross (7) and Pe-

terson, Kravits (7). WP-E. 0 Bn
en. LP Wiesler.
Along The Fairways

ISTHMIAN GOLFERS
AND DUBS
Pairings for the first matches
of the annual Women's Handicap
Tournament. March 16 is the last
play off day. We hope these pair pairings
ings pairings meet with the approval of all
concerned.
Medalist was Ethel Perantie
who shot a beautiful round net
66. ,
Championship Flight'
Ethel Perantie vs. Margaret
Hastings.
Irene Robinson B. J. Nelson.
Connie Bishop vs. Betty Hennon.
Linda Longmore vs. Bev Dilfer
" First Flight
Marion Mallory vs. Jo Alexander-
Bobbie Hughes vs. Rene Iibell..
Eve Wright vs. Bye.
Gay McMichael vs. Bye. J
Second Flight
Helen Owens vs. Jean Sullivan.
Kay Herre vs. Marge Sewell,
Gladys Wiley vs. Bye.
Zel Batchellor vs. Bye.
Winners of March 6 tournameet
were :
First Flight Ethel Perantie,
low gross i Irene Robinson, low
net Margaret Hastings, putts.
Second Flight Jean Sullivan,
low gross Gay McMichael, low
net Zel Batchellor, putts.
In the February 27 tournament
we apologrze to Be"v Dilfer for
not recognizing her tee to green
score she may collect two balls
at the desk.
We are trying to give to each
flight one ball for low putts. Two
balls for low gross, and two bails
for the game being played. How However,,
ever,, However,, this must be based on Feb.
6 there were three girls in the
first flight, and in January
there was a week when only A A-lyce
lyce A-lyce French appeared. So bear
with us gals and come on out e-

ISTHMIAN LITLE LEAGUE
By W. WALERS
Standings

Teams w L

Mutual of Omaha 6 l
Sommers Park 7 2

Tivoli Motors 4 3

Elga 4 4

Tropelco 1 6
Nehi 1$

Last Friday, the Sommers Park
team, behind a- brilliant perform -anct
by their young southpaw T.

Fula, defeated the league leading

Omaha Jay a lopsided score of 11

3. It was the Omaha boys' firsti

defeat of, the seasqa.

Highlights of the was a homer
by C. Hogan, the slugging second
baseman for tht Sommers team,

and the brilliant fielding of A.

Cooper and F. Ellinghton.
The losing pitcher was E. Wal

ters, who dropped his first game

after three consecutive wins.

The box score:
Omaha
A. Cooper
F. Ellinghton
A. Cummings 3b

A. Phillips c

AB1HI
4 0 3 0
3 0 2 0
2 112
3 0 0 0

ven though you think the game
being played is a stinker.
Thursday, March 13 we wBl
play "Blind Low Net Twosome."
Partners will be 'drawn after the
game and one half combined han handicap
dicap handicap will be used. Hope to see
you all.

M. Small lb
G. Todd If
F. Britto rf
K. McFarlane rf
C. Savory rf
E. Walters p
Semmtrt Park
L. Mitchell If
C. Hogan sb
L. Robinson e
F. Warren lb

E. Mendoza 3b
T. Fula p
A. Dabriel ss
L. Couloote
F. Edward rt

0 0 0

AlRHI

2 2 10

-Replaced Britto in 3rd.
.Batted for McFarlane in th.
Winning pitcher T. Fula.
Losing pitcher E. Walters.
ATLANTIC LITLE LEAGUE

(Standings March I)

W LOB

Coca Cola 0
Elks 3 2 2
Police Pals $ 8 2s
Mutual, if Omaha 4 2 2V4
Pirates 2 3 3
Legionv 0.5 5
The Pirates won their second

eame of the second half by turn

ing back the Legion Club 10 to 2
on Thursday afternoon behind the
five, hit niching of Tommy Hickcy,

who chalked up hvs tourtn win a
eainst three losses.'

The Legion opened strong with
a two run assault in the first. Mic

key then settled down and held

the Legionnares m chek tor the re

inamoer of the tamo. A six run

fourth inning meanwhi e put the
game on ice for the Pirates who

Were able to collect 13 hits off the
curves of Greg Hakanson. ;
Hermie Henrique, Ronnie Clay-

lor, ana genry Shirk all hit Oou
hies while Tommy Mickey eouted
a triple to centerfieid in the Pirates
big fourth inning.

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Plrato 4
Motta, lb
Alberga, 3b
Murray, cf, 2b
HiCkey, p

Henriquez, 2b, ss
Ufriola, U
Ebden, ss
Shelley, cf
Wiberg, rf
Chrrstopb, e

Totals

- The box score:
Legion

Thomas, rf
Holcomb, rf

Blair, lb

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Hakanson, p
Claytor, If
Redman, 3b
McBride, cf
Shirk, e
Clement, ss

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RIFLE CHAMPION Brlgnater General Milton l. ugaen
deputy commandin? general, USARCARIB, presents Major Da David
vid David B. Parsons of the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort
Gulick with a plaque at the 'conclusion of the Panama Area

Rifle Matches (Friday March 7). Major rarsons, wno iook iop

honors in the matches with an aeereeate score of Ml (36v),

has won many honors including the National U.S. Junior Rifle

Championship in 1939. (U.S. Army Fnotoj. 7

Mario Moreno

Totals
Pirates
Legion

The Elks almost added another
victim to their growing string of

victories, but a 3 run tuh inning
rally gave Friday's game to Coca

Cola by a score of 4 to 3.

Ralph Bender was the winning

pitcher only after Walter Crouch

had to be called in to put down

a 6th inning Elks rauy John San

ders started for the Elks and was

charged with the loss

The Cola boys went into the fifth

on the snort end of 2 to l score.

McClelland opened the inning with
a double, and Hutchings iliowed
with a single. Crouch was safe

on an error as McClelland scored

Campbell grounded out scoring

Hatchings. Roscoe then singled to

coring Cro

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Crouch, 2br p
Campbell, 3b
Roscoe, e
Sanchez, lb
Bender', p, 2b
iConley, rf
McLead, cf
McClelland, ss
Nutehings, If
Totals
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DeBoyrie, cf, p

Acheson, lb
Cblbert, rt
Will, R., If
Totals

Mitt

Score by Inninos
Cor Cola- inn 030 470
Elks '"f; 0020 1I 333
Mutual of Omaha downed the
Police Pals 11 to 4 on Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon as Mike iBurza pitched him
self to victory number 5, and had
a 3 ior 3 batting holiday with 5
RBI's.
The Muttial bovi nikoH

Bruns in tjh first two mnmgs to

give n.ennj!vfpinski his first de defeat
feat defeat of the year. Alvin Park 'came
on in the fourth to finish up the
Police pitching chores. The loss
was the third of the second half
for the Police who won the first
half with only a single loss.
Richie Carpenter's double and

triple were the PoBce only extra
bse hits. For Mutual flurza and
Park each Idoubled as their team
kept alive its chance of a second
half victory.

The box score:
folic 1
McElhene, ss
Will, lb, 3b
Carpenter,. e
Karpinski, p, 8b, t
Park, 3b, p
Crump, 2b
Barber, If, lb
Mason, rf
Bernstein, cf
Owen, If
totals
Mutual of 6maha
Bnlisen, ss
Btins, cf
Hauser, c
iBusza, p
Sanders, lb
frilht, rf
f eifkohl, 3b
Seeley, 2b
Rief, If
pockery, If
TotoBitAnKiat

AB R H I
2 1 0 0

1 0

1 2
1 2

0 1
0 1
0. 1
0 0
.0 1

t
t
2

2
3
3

3

, STAMOINftS
Teams
Westinghouse
Orange Kist
Panama Insurance
Spur Cola
El Panama Hilton

Next Game
Wednesday, March 12
At Balnea Stadium
Orange Kist vs El Panama Hfc
ton

Panama Wstirar.ee vs Ps

la
Saturday's Results

Panama Insurance 7, Westing Westing-house.
house. Westing-house. 5 Spur Cplae El Pa

nama Hilton 1

Sunday's Results
Westinghouse 9. Sour Cola 1.

Orange Kist 0, Panama Insurance

us not polite to best your
guest but this didn't apply to the
American Legion Junior Baseball
League. During the week ends
both games played on Saturday,
at Mount Hope were won by the
Atlantic Siders while on Sunday
the Pacific siders brought home
the bacon in their own Back yard.
In Saturday's twin bill played

ai Mourn; Hope stadium Panama
Insurance took the measure of (he
league leading Westinghouse team
7-5. This win put botl teams in
a tie ior 1st place. In the night

cap Spur Cola of Gatun roundly

trounced tne vtsitng, El Panama
Hilton legionnaires from Poet One
by a score of 9-1. 'JSP
Taking their cuejJ&ni the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side the Jpfnic ft i d e s
team came backJinh a vBgeance
on Sunday. sendBg the Star Cola

team back to Gatun with a 9-1 shel

lacking White toe Orange Kjstmen
unleashed a barrage of hits which
overwhelmed Panama Insurance

W UHWUIl v a
In Saturday's opening game Bill

Gibson went the route on the
mound for the winning, Panama
Insurance-' nine. In trouble only
once fine fielding by his, team
mates gave Bill the win 7-5 over
Westinghouse.
In the second game of the dou double
ble double header saw the Spur Cola
boys play some outstanding ball
resultine in nine runs to one for

the hapless El

This v ctorr for Sour Cola

El Panama Hilton the dubious ti-

tlT of "Cellar Dwpjgn.
In Sunday's gamo'Apur Co!

: Kim Humphrey,

airomnerX.- Stoon hr.J

uli (1), Favoi

ti) unassiste

orris. Umpired

phrey (

double

Miles and

Stromberg 3b
Marshall ss

2). I

I M

; Ai

rtioerca, f

martin rf

BarSeU

Bozemfa

Total

Reynolds lh

fcot.. A. (a) lb
Pederfn

Barbier If

chase c
Scott, R. cf
Thompson 3b
Lavender rf
Eberenz (b) rf
Bradshaw 2b
Martin p

Tbtals

0 110

0 1 1
0 2 1
2 1 1
1 1 12
3 2 1
0 3 1
10 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
2 1 0

34 o ii qi

117 i

v? spur coll

Two
dersen.

Reynolds

thase. s

oer. Don

vorite to

ersert.

r-.m. f f i n

we w

jvarwnski

3f T

omnson ft

1US. K B I

se Barb e

ompson 3 Lave

ays: Kuhg to F

Bradshaw

Stolen Ba

sen, Sacrifil

Baroief.

ana; fcavenaer. PasA R l

HKLaEF.

nil

was not so lucky. Playing agai

a.rejuvennated Westinghouse, the
Gatun legionnaires went down to
defeat before a steady onslaught
of hit producing runs while Chico
Martin held them spellbound al allowing
lowing allowing only one run to score and
chalking up his third win in as
many starts.
. Also on Sunday the Kistmen of
Post Seven climbed all over their
opponents in the second inning
scoring four times and then scor scoring
ing scoring two more in the 4th to beat
out the Insurancemen 8-5.
Sunday's loss by Panama Insur Insurance
ance Insurance and Westinghouse win gave

them, a one game hold on first

house,
8.

ta Insurance vs Westing Westing-It.
It. Westing-It. Hope Saturday, March

Player ?

Panama Inturam

R H I

wsb : --:t;i 0
Totals 43 T .4 1

Snodg

1 D

n-armnsw 2, Chase l. First ba
on Errors: Westinghouse 3, So

o i lje? 00 Base: Spur C?

" "J!,'W'e it by Pitd
er; Barbjer, by ,Kulig. Fir 1

oaus Off KuUg, 3, Off Mart!

ovuck out ay Kulig 7,
Martm 11.
Pitchers Record
Off Kuhg 9 Runs and 11 Hit

s innings. Off Martin 1 Rut.

5 Hits in 0 innings. Earned Ru

LSsjyestinghouse

Time of Game 2 hours and 5 ml

Pacific Softba

League

Standings
Teams
Cerveceria Nacional
Abernathy Unisport
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers

Ft. Kobbe Regulars
Rnk.l

W LP

2 0 l.od

2 0 l.OCl

1 1 .5C;

o g .on

9 2

way

rass rf

Ki P

36 5 7 3

Summary

LFirsi on Balls Off Barbier

12, Martin 1. Gibson S. Struck nut

by Gibson 7, Barbier 5, Mar-

on naafjmu on a

nil w rvit-iii-

uiDson a, martin v.

pur Cola rt SI P

ton, Mt. Hope; Saturda

aroier

. i w-

1 4 I
At R H I
2 2ii

22 II 7 A

Scert by Inninas

Police 0 00130 480

Mutual 3 4 0 2 2 xU74

Spur Cola
Humphrey e

Bruce If

Venos cf

Kuhg ss

CabanUa 3b

Stromberg p

Wiet'2h

Favorite lb
Karpinski rf

Totals

II Panama
Morris 2b
McKeown p
Kiamco rf
McGriff e
Klide cf
SpradUn lb
Wallace as
Bright

AB R H PO A E
3 1 0 13 0 0

3 1 0 0 0 0
.410100

4 3 1 2 0

3 10 10 0

m si ?

112 11
0 0 0' 1 ,0

25 9 '4'2t' ,7 2

3b

AB R H POA I

4 1 1 l 1 3

0
0

1

0
1

I,

1

4
2
3
3
2
4
3

(1) rt

2 0 0

10 0

i i
1 0
0 0
A 1
0 0
1 0
o

(1) Eisenman replaced Kiamco
Summary
Struck out: By Stromberg Id;
Stromberg t; MeoS X
Stromberg l. Passed Villi):' Mc

tri f. 3 Base hits: Morns, Strom

berg. 2 Base hits: Knife R u n sjl'asadena 80 Hasting (jfleb. 55

Bokel

Next Games

Mar. 11, Sykes Regulars vs H

Kei
Mar: 12, Abernathy Unisport
Ft. Clayton.

Mar. 13, Bokel vs Cervecerfa N

ci

ton vs Syk

isport

Regulars 2
rled the Ah

nathy Uniswi 6 to 2 win ovl

Bill Chambers and his Ft Knif

neguiars. This was Abernath

second win. It Aave them a tie

Cerveceria National for the seo
half lead. Kobbe drop their seco

siraignt aunng tne weeks play

vision squads

ardest (Ft.'Kd

hernathy) hid

Aoernathy
lead until Ki

m the seven

res for the IT

the fourth; fii

-hlttpr mmm ha

, .

nunea oy uneney until the seven
Malene with two in three 1

me outers.
iL Clayton H Bokel 5
The Ft. Clayton Cavaliers pi
tered the Bokel nine ia t

Caratini hurled the Clayton squad
first win in the wrnn h.ir 4

chertman started for the losJ

wi reuevea oy wood in t

A triple by Matasic and Fickl
Hla home-run by Matasic aloT

un oases on ha i s nft ih nf

pitchers was enough to elinch t

win.
Tochertman homered for1 the 1

V o.
The Linaxrar.

Jel 011 000 2

v -Btrn. 25 X li

unrpireacn

HlOg.

Scorer: Stanley Hall

join the second di

- Home-runs By H

9HHn i no MHHI

otlw scoring-feal.

larv Metheny aj

Results

"tlW

Seattle r.!i48Iey 74
Iowa St. 63 Missouri

Cslrforma 57 Oreson Sta

NAIA Tournament

At Kansas City, (Me.
First Round
Platteville St. 77 Austin .'Tex

Indiana (a) St. 98 Trov fAla

W.Va. Wesleykn 1 Ark! lech

Pacific, Luth 76 Eastern N.Mex

Goo 61. f orttand vOre.) U. 61

TMtt. 113 Northern Mich

Drury (Mo.) 78 Lenoir Rhyne



tm PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSFAPM
PAGE
Kent ets Chmce To Tie For Lead In Pacif ic Twilight League Tonight

MLjR HLa 'H 4fk',',,l T
1 I

Second Place Smokers
Wdlop istTiace BHS

Standing
Turn Wl
Balboa High School 9 5
Kent Cigarettes' 8 5

Lucky SMike v.- fa
Junior College 1 -4 10

M

y!ft.n-bred,Mn.'fr LAms'VpaVecv Classic

$7,500 .added

M8rcA- ,T Vtrin -lih Gabriel" Arfirfr on his

lfled with aa uBprswe,4iWrA,plac!s
: Four and Canoe.

Double

InHlHl rW4 mm
5 flRnuSBRS IV RH Hbhb&k-
, iil If
' ill
iS a" m

Last Nijht'i Rtsutt
Kent 11, Balboa High School 5
i t 4 ;
Tonight's Cam
Kent vs. Juniof College
Kent Cigarettes kepi their 199
penhant hope alive Jast night
defeating Balboa High. iSeftiol 11
t 5 and cutting the league lead leaders
ers leaders margin to ine hah game.
Kent plays Junior College tonght
and a wm lor the Cigarrillos will
put them in a temporary tie lor
first place.
Kent and Balboa High .are; .-to
plav one game next week to com complete
plete complete the lM-cttttaancheaule.
Balboa High's 'aihire to put fine
cBticher on last ight-brought cut
th nnssibili'v of a playoff of' a

nmiiiini 0am earlier in the sea-

sin when KeJt isod an ineligible
niavpr in iv-iinine a Eame over

Lucky Strike. League otftciai will

make no decision on ne proiesi-

ed game penning?, 'jiu --vji3

the next two xarsx-s,

voni rionrftts sooiaul 11 runs

in the first thrjc innings' to take

. inmmaiul i2 ".ad ovr Haiuoa

High. Morgan Schoch was tagged

for his first losa aner posnng
three wins. Schoch was .nicked for
u haxohifa in this thvee, inning

tint on the mound with jevff

Kline commg'tn-inthf: fouifh and
finishing up allowing or.ly two base

hits.

Pete Salas collected a single and
a triple m three .rips to the
niata Jnhnnv Unrrit u iha

r .......j .. .. .....
leading stickman for Balboa High

iwu oniiws n Miur iipd auti
George Barbier collected a run
nrndiirrne :nnls for th II 1 a h

School's only extra base tfow..

R-Smkh End Two-Year
Reign Of LeBrnn-Hinkle In
National Distillers Tourney

Kent

Balboa H.

. momrsnra m&lnnMotf I Tr n film! hiiii In rHlfnnn 1'inrrr

v that taCW Uner, Tine' SUKS Ol m VWBiniu" uvrnwsuwuaiuia,
7 will be seeling his second vicoryT jn' the rftrfcWcft Arias Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes Classic. He won the last running -of this annual feature
at the now defunc) Juan Franco racetrack when Polemon
Was the victim of a baa ride.; EduardO Julian is aboard the
son of Liccijcibsg-Alicia in thi picture.

Score by Innings

3 17 0 0 0 0-11
0 0 2 1 2 0 06

11

Errors: Kline. Parker. Ness.

Ryter 2, Lombana, M. Salas.

Struck out Dy rceno 8, Mine
1. Bases on balls Pretto, 3,
Kiine 2. Pitching records Schoch

11 runs 9 hits in three innmgs,

Kline 2 hrts 0 runs in 4 innings

Two base hit Trout. Three base

hits P. Salas. Barbier. Double

layi Ryter to Morris to Ness.

Hit by pitcher ,?. Jxalas Dy

Schoch. winning pitcher, Pretto

u:i. Losme Ditcher vnocn

(31!). Umpires a. AT-iliams and

P. Corringan. Scorer Mao.

Time 1:50.

Knt

P. Salas, c
Lombana, 2b
Rivera, cf
Tochlerman, If
Btogcff1
Trout, lb

M. Salas, ss
T. -McKeown,

Pretto, p

Totals

3b

AB ? H PO A
3 2 2 8 0

2

1

2

2

1
2
1

4 2

4 1

51.

32 U 11 21 8

wm Pre' io new. he bciiooiiwvs

in check giving uo I runs m tm
third, one nnn hi the fourth and

High School's final tjvo runs

the fifth innlugi Pwtto ss;ait
eight tuts ovr the seven, in

route and str.iax. it ,it(ht bat

while walking three, if was P

to's fourth win in five pitching
decisions this season.

Balboa Hiih
Kline, rf, p
Horine, cl
Mwris, 2b
Ryter, ss
Trimble; e1

to I Ness, ; ib

llkinson

If
3b
P

Scott, rf

ErriK'ir amcF,,

i

AB R M PO A

4 1111

1
2

1

0
0

0
i

iH I

Ugtio

f in?

.n a, i.

Tom, McKeown led the winners
with a perfect two tor two and

l o

Totals

31

5 I 21 13

(X) Ran for Ness fat seventh.

George Riley and Jack Smith
enuea the two year reign of Ril
LeBrun and Jim Hinkle as chani
pions of the National Disti Disti-Best
Best Disti-Best Ball Tournamtnt as the new
champions from the last Summi
GoK Club turned in a 4 and 3
victory last Sunday. (
Riley and $nm ioved into a
3 up lead at the end of the
nine and ended me match on the
15th hole with Riley's bird.
Smith had put his team out in
front with a par on No. 5, Smith
picked up another hole with bird
on No. 7, and Riley entered t h
act with a birdie on No. I,
Best ball scores withe winnng
teams shown first:
Championship Flight
Out
G. Riley J. Smith, 554, 364,
443. 38. v

Hinkle LeBrun, 554 354, 33'

35.

i In

G.' Riley J. Smith, 454, 352,

(Won 4 and 3).
Hinkle Le Bruo, 454, 353.
First Flight
Out
M. Smith Duffus, 554, 453,
453". 38.
Thonias i- Roger. 484, 44,3
In
M. Smith Duffus, 454, 353y
(Won 5 and 3).
Thomas Rogers, 455, 364.
Seceral Flight
Out
Badonsky Eberenz, 554, 463,
553, 40, '
Wigg HflWie, "764, 354, 454,
42.
In
Badonsky Eberena!, 556, 464,
443, 3. (Won 1 up 19th,). 1
Wigg Hardie, 455, 464, 444,
4.
Third Flight
Out u
Coleman LaChapelle, 665 464,
544, 44.
Monteath 868, 464, 554, 51.
In
' Coleman LaChapelle, 564, 34,
(Won 5 and 4).
Monteath 55x, 46.

Wemtn's Flight
Out
French Lincoln, 433,' 353, 533
32.

W. Riley I- Zon, 344, 353, 442,

In

French Lincoln, 445, 263, 4,
(Won 3 ahd 2).
W. Riley Zon, 356, 354, 6.

Santa Cruz Sports

Boys Class A
Softball League Standing

Teams w L

Parallel 8 4
Dustbowl 8 4
Church Square 7 $
Front Square 5 .7
Last Monday the four teams in
class A were in a three-way tie.
After the gamts were played.
Church Square, leaders for the
last two weeks, ended in third
place.
The Parallel boys defeated the

last place Fron Square and

help share the league with the
Dustbowl boys who defeated the
strong- Church Square team pag paged
ed paged by a brilliant performance by
A. Martin.
Parallel, after being in slump
for the last two games, finally
regained their form to whip the
Front Squarers 7-4. The winning
nitcher for the Parallel team was
R. Toppin and the lostr was W.
Warren. Scorers are P. Malcolm
W. Walters and the umpires were
C. Lindsay and W. Millet.

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SINCE OPENING IN 1944
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Interscholastk Track Meet Tonark

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on Re 12

Anti-H-Bomb Britons In Uproar
Over Accidental A-Drop In SC.
LONDON, March 12 (UP) Angry Leftwing opponents of th H-bomb announced today that they will raise
the South Carolina nuclear accident in parliament in mew attempt to ban U.S. strategic bases from Britain.
The Florence, S.C., incident was bannerline news across Britsirt, where plans to install U.S. guided missile
bases already had set off the biggest internal political storm since Suez. ;
Sir Frederick Messer, leader of a powerful group of Laborite "rebels" which has been campaigning for one onesided
sided onesided renunciation of the H-bomb by Britain, said "this incident is a clear indication of the dangers involved
in statipning the H-bomb here."

Meanwhile in Washington a
Congressional leader called today
far a military report on the drop dropping
ping dropping of the unarmed nuclear bomb
s determine whether future ac accidents
cidents accidents can be avoided.
Chairman Chtt Holifield ID ID-Calif.)
Calif.) ID-Calif.) of a joint Congressional
subcommittee en nuclear radia radiation
tion radiation said Air Force bombtra ai
rule never carry training wea-
sotting off a nuclear oxplo-
Heas ked for a report to his
subcommittee on whether this was
he case m the accidental bombing
Of a rural homestead near Flor
ence last night.
Six persons were injured when
the bomb's high explosive trigger
Weary, Hungry
Convicts End Riot,
Return To Cells
TtETROS, Term., March 12 (UP)
- More than 300 dangerous con convicts,
victs, convicts, weary and hungry from two
'daTs of rioting, were back in what
was left of their cells today under
a shaky truce with prison officials.
The prisoners went on their se second
cond second major rampage yesterday,
breaking cellblock fixtures over-
Iooked iq their outburst the previ
us day and ripping away bars
from most of the cells. But two
spokesmen for the inmates pro promised
mised promised during a ihuddle with pri prison
son prison authorities last night that the
trouble would end.
There was apparent compliance
with the peace agreement early
today.
All was quiet in the dark four
story cellblock that houses pri
soners serving terms of 99 years
or life.
But prison officials, remember
tag the renewal of violence yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, feared the situation might
get' out of hand again.
Guards and state troopers stood
watch at the troubled maximum
security prison through the nigbl.
Officials planned to move into the
cellblock after daylight and if
there was no trouble-,- give the
convicts breakfast m the adjacent
messhall.
The prisoners sent two delegates
to talk with officials last niyht.
Warden Frank Llewallen said they
asked that negotiations be held on
a list of convict grievances, m
cludins alleged cruelty and failure
to administer equal punishment to
m-isiners committing the same
infractions.
Puerto Rico's Marin
Calls On World
lo Honor Galindez
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP)
Governor Luis Mufloz Marin of,
Puerto Rieo said today the name
of missing Columbia University in instructor
structor instructor Jesus de Galindez stands
as a symbol of "opposition to tyr-
nny L 1 J
In a statement, issued on the
eve of Galindez' disappearance in
New York March 12, 1956, the
Commonwealth Governor said it
u an "imperative duty" to re
member Galindez' fight against
dictatorship.
Mufloz made his remarks in a
telegram to Alberto Uriant, pres president
ident president of the (Basque center in New
York City Which rs sponsoring a
Galindez memorial program tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening.
Mimof who came to Washing
ton- to testify before the Senate
Ipreign Relations Committee, said
Jjo could not auena we cereiuunj.
Weather Or Not
lit This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
Eared by tre Meteorological
Hvdrograpric Branch of the
una Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
Htrh 1
Lew 74 0
HUMIDITY:
High 91 89
Low 58 78
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-14 NW-17
RAIN (inches) 0 T
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 83
THURSDAY, MARCH 13

-High
9:56 a.m.
:27 p.m.

Low
3:44 a.m.
4:13 p.m.

detonated, chewing a crater 75
feet wide and 35 feet deep in the

ground.
The Air Force said no nuclear
explosion occurred, but official
warned there was some hazard
of contamination from breathing
dust in thn area if the b'ast des destroyed
troyed destroyed the nuclear material in
the weapon.
Rep. Charles 0. Porter (D-Ore.)
said the incident pointed up the
dangers inherent in the use if nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons because they are
"in the hands of human beings."
He said it bore out his conten contention
tion contention that an accidental nuclear ex
plosion was "probable."
A strong advocate of banning
nuclear tests, Porter said a re reliable
liable reliable source told him "wo have
enough atomic bombs in Eurcoe
now in West Germany to blow
the entiro country off the map."
He said "I'm not saying we
shoukftlisarm, but the American
people and the world should be
made more aware of the fact that
we have thousands of nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons ready for instant detonation
add they are in the hands of hu human
man human beings
Next Navy Vanguard
To Carry Tiny Moon
On Orbiting Chance
CAPE CANAVERAL, Match 12
(UP) The Navy Vanguard roc rocket
ket rocket was reported nearly ready to today
day today to fling itself toward space
with a tiny "new moon" in its
nose.
Officials of the
ject have not said lust when they
plan to shoot the sleek rocket be because
cause because they want te avoid the ten tensions
sions tensions of an hour by hour hu'ldup
toward the firing. But they indi indicated
cated indicated after postponement of sehed
uled launchings Friday and Sstur
day a new attempt would 'ome a.
bout the middle of this wek
The Vanguard is not likely to
De launcnea in ground winds high higher
er higher than 15 or 20 miles an hour,
and would also be .grounded if jet jet-streamtwintfs
streamtwintfs jet-streamtwintfs high in the sky over
the cape were too severe.
But officials have said this Van Vanguardcalled
guardcalled Vanguardcalled "Test Vehicle Four"
in the Vanguard program must
be launched in the daylight in ord ord-,er
,er ord-,er to provide the best possible
optical tracking conditions and lo
give solar-powered radio transmit transmitters
ters transmitters m the satellite the best chance
to perform property from the star.
The 6.4-inch sphere actually was
given but a small chance of going
into orbit, and was put in the "ose
of the slender rocket print 'My
on the long-shot chance thai it
would.

Ike Rejects Anti-Slump Tax Slashes Now;
Expanded Public Works Projects Favored

WASHINGTON, March 12 (UP)
President Eisenhower joined
congressional leaders of both par parties
ties parties today in decidm? to hold off
any immediate antr-recession tax

cuts in hopes that business wiiljlenges and political jockeying

ivtirv t I'HHiii mi in
They called instead for aft ex expanded
panded expanded federal public works' pro
gram to provids jobs fits the
growing ranks of unenployed
which, the government reported,
reached a 16-year high of 5,173,-
000 in February.
The unemployment report
prompted House Democratic lead leaders
ers leaders to launch an immediate drive
to increase unemployment com com-Densation
Densation com-Densation benefits and to extend
for 16 weeks the period worker
can claim them. A more modest
administration plan- wis expected
tomorrow.
Anglo-American
Effort In Tunisia
Hits Stone Wall
TUNIS, March 11 (UP)-An An
glo-American effort to get France
and Tunisia talking peace has' run
into a stone wall of Tunisian resist
ance, observers belreved todav.
The smiles and official optimism
of American good offices repre representative
sentative representative Robert D. Murphy and
mg uniisn partner larold Bceley
were in striking contrast to the
stern look of Tunishn President
Ha bib Bourguiba they left
two-hour meetinz vesterrtav
Bourguiba was believed sticking
k. -t 1 ...... .
ucuianug ne maas 'mmecueieiy
after the French bombed im Tu Tunisian
nisian Tunisian village, of Sakiet Feb. 8 for
total evacuation of French bases

US Air Force Wants Its Bomb Back

FLORENCE, S. C. March 12
(UP) The Air Force appealed
today for return of fragments
found on a farm where a low-flying
jet bomber accidentally dump
ed an nnarmed atomic bomb last
night.
The fragments were scattered
about the rural homestead of
Walter Gregg, injuring him and
give other persons, when the
non-nuc'oar trigger device ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. All wore taken to a Flor Flor-ence
ence Flor-ence hospital.
Top Air Force officials and FBI
agents nfsfaed to the scene and
quickly closed the- blast area to
the public while contamination
teams made a preliminary check.
Guards posted on the fawn warn warned
ed warned newsmen to stay away from
Gregg's house, which was wreck wrecked
ed wrecked along the Several out-buildings
Argentina Makes
Formal Protest
On Peron Activity
BUENOS AIRES, March 12
(UP ) Argentina today lodged a
formal protest with the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic against continuing
political activities bby ex-dictator
Juan D. Peron and his follower
living in exile there.
The foreign o.'fice said an oral
protest was made to the Domini Dominican
can Dominican ambassador here several
days ago. A formal note was
handed to him today.
It charged that the Peronistas
were engaged in activities
"which violate the most elemen elementary
tary elementary rules of asylum." The text
of the note was n'ot made public,
but a spokesman for the foreign
office made it clear that Argen
tina was demanding an end to
"intervention" by Feron M Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine political activities.
Peron has been living in the
Dominican Republic since Jan. 27
when he was forced to v leave
Caracas, Venezuela following the
overthrow of President Marcos
Perez Jimenez.
NOTED NOVELIST DIES
PARIS, March 12 (UP)-Novel
ist Myriam Harry, 83, first win
ner of the Prix Femina, one of
France's top literary awards, died
in her suburban hpme (yesterday,
it was announced today.
Mi?s Harry, born in Jerusalem
in 1875, was the author of some
40 novels, most of, them set in
the Middle East or Orient. She
won the first Prix Femina for her
novel, "Little Girl from Jerusa
lem."
The immediate anti recession
plans of the administration and
congressional leaHovs were the
center of a day-long avalanche of
predictions, clanfic.i:icjs. ch.il-
It became evident however,
that both the administration and
Democratic congressional leaders
were studying anti-recession tax
cuts on an "if necessary" basis.
There also were signs of a
sharp split among administration
officials about a tax cut in the
event that he President's recent
anti-recession moves fail to justi justify
fy justify his prediction of a decline in
unemployment this month.
One bloc, hev'ed by Vice Pres President
ident President llichard M. N:xon and La Labor
bor Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell,
apparently lee's that a tax ct
would be preftrabia o any mas massive
sive massive public works program if the
slump continues. A second bloc
would prefer pub'ic works.
Mitchell totd an AFL-CIO emer
gency econonic conference the
administration was determined to
take "whatever acton is neces necessary"
sary" necessary" to stimulate the economy,
"including, when necessary, a
Si
substantial cut in business' and
personal Jaxes."
He added that a tax reduction
proposal "is ready for immediate
use as an additional stimulus to
the economy, and it will be used
if necessary.
AFL CIO President George
Meany told the same gathering
that both a tax cut and increased
defense soending are warranted.
He blamed both Congress and the
adminrstrsti m i.r imvg "ncthirg
up to no v.
Mitchell's statement prompted
White Hotse Press Secretary
.lames C. tugrtr t. tell newsman

in the explosion which sent up a
towering cloud of dust and smoke.
Th sentries told newsmen
they would "got snot before you,
got halfway here."
While the Air Force assured
neighbors who picked up fragments
that they were in no danger, or
radiation, they asked for return
of the debris.
Air Force information service
officer Harold L. Somerville, who
has set up an office in this South
Carolina town of 30,000 sard the
fragments would not give, away
any secrets about the bomb.
Gregg said from his hospital bed
that a "green, foggy haze" rose
from the blast and then a large
Black smoke cloud.
The concussion shook canned
goods off shelves in a store more
than three miles from his farm.
Tailor Says Mr. R
Sartorial-Minded;
Mac Not Too Keen
LONDON, March 12 (UP) -The
Kalian tailor who turned
rumpled NikiU S. Khrushchev in into
to into a beau brumrael today got the
brush-off in his attempts to do the
same for Britain's Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan.
Angelo Litrico, 29, arrived in
London with a fancy Wack and
gold striped waistcoat for the
nrim minister who never was re

tarded as clothes conscious and
ofter has been called "Ma the
sack."
Macmillan also has come under
fire for his shaggy mustache and
haircut, but Litrico cared nothing
about that.
However, No. 10 Downing
Street, Macmillan's office and
residence, put him off. It told him
onlv that he would be called when
it was decided what was to be
dorie with the waistcoat.
Tt is unfavorable," said Lit Litrico.
rico. Litrico. "Oriel would tend to think
that the Kremlin is more ap ap-prdachable
prdachable ap-prdachable than Downing Street."
Khrushchev, he said, welcomed
him with open arms and glasses
of vodka last year.
Litrico gave the Soviet Commu Communist
nist Communist Party leader an overcoat.
Khrushchev liked it so much he
ordered three, suits, which were
custom -maae anu snipped 10 mm
from Rome.
"Khrushchev slapped my back.
hugged my shoulders and thrust
glasses of vodka at me," Litrico
recalled. But he said he doubted
Macmillan would strain British
reserve to that point.
sume th administration had
tax plan i! r.-a ,y ft submission
to Congress a a moment's notice.
He said the Treasury is study studying
ing studying various tax reduction propos
als, but do find decisnn k hn
reached i-i the form anv cut
would tak'.-.
House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. ton cm v fMass )
said after a cM hour conference
with the President that he be be-ljeved
ljeved be-ljeved a lcc')'.' .i on a tax cu
"could w?!i be delayer.! for an
other month."
Senate Democratic L e a d e
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) an
Speaker Sam Kayburn prompt!
agreed that an immediate t:
cut would be unwarranted. Ra Ra-burn
burn Ra-burn callstT on the administrate
to "turn loose" billions alrca
on hand ( for approved milili.i
and public works projects.

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PRODUCTION PLANS FOILED
TUPELO, Miss. (UP)-Dairy
farmer Robert Earry planned to
switch production ,to a more
stimulating beverage. However,
police frustrated his ambitions by
discovering a shiny new moon moonshine
shine moonshine still in Earry's barn before
he could get it into operation.

I

Annual Checkup Is Among
Best Cancer Precautions

This is the last In a series of
nine articles telling the public
what is known about cancer.
,9. CANCIR AND YOU
85. How can I guard against
cancer?
First, iby having a complete
health checkup every year.
Second, by a prompt visit to a
physician if any of the Cancer's
Seven Danger Signals, appear, so
as to obtain an early diagnosis
and immediate .treatment if can cancer
cer cancer is discovered.
Third, by supporting research
so that a preventive or cure for
all types of cancer eventually will
be found.
86. Why do I need a checkup
every year when I feel perfectly
healthy?
Because it enables a doctor to
find cancer early often early e e-nough
nough e-nough to save life. In addition, a
cneckup which is thorough enough
to detect cancer will also disclose
early signs of many other diseas diseases
es diseases such as tuberculosis, diabetes,
heart disease.
Studies show that about half of
those who have a checkup for
the first time have some ailment
which they didn't know about,
and which can be successfully
treated.
87. Why is "early" so impor-
ust?
Because early cancer is less
likely to have spread, and is,
therefore, more easily cured.
88. How can I obtain a proper
cancer checkup?
By visiting your family physi physician
cian physician or inquiring of the local u
nit of the American Cencer Socie
ty, or your city or county health
department.
8. How can I learn whim "tan-
cer can be diagnosed and ade
quately treated?
By inquiring of your family
aocior, your local unit of the A
merican Cancer Society, your
county medical society, on your
county or city health department.
90. Can I get proper cancer
treatment in my small -local
community or must I go to a
large city?
It depends upon the type of can cancer,
cer, cancer, the facilities for treatment
in your area, and the experience
of local physicians. Your doctor
will advise you.
91. Why do many people wait
before consulting a doctor when
they suspect they have cancer?
Frequently because they do not
understand that cancer in its ear early
ly early stages is one of the most cur curable
able curable of all sertous diseases. Some
may fear cancer so much that
they prefer to remain in doubt
this is sad because bv delavme
they may lose- their chance of
cure. In cancer it is always 'bet 'better
ter 'better to face facts.
92. What should a person do
who Is afraid be has cantor?
Go to a doctor at once for a
thorough checkup.
Should all'molet bo remov removed?
ed? removed? .o. But when bluish black, hair hair-'ess
'ess hair-'ess moles are present, especially
when subject to rubbing or ifri-
tion, their removal should he
'iscussed with a physician. He
Iso should be consulted about a-
y mole or wart showing any
nange in size or ccJor.
94. Is unusual bleeding always
sign of cancer?
No, but on the first evidence of
ceding from the nipples, from
rectum or tne bladder, no
-------- uiauuu, iiu i
e snouid be lost in consulting
doctor. Unnatural vaginal bleed-
1

LAiNA TURNER

- LEE
in JERRY

1500 San Mig

Th.ank Erne

More than 1500 victims of
called on President Ernesto do
his administration to "alleviate
The seven-man committee
paS Zr ihl witcitj'

j"''r note mat witnm 30 nays alter tne fire "which
destroyed all our belongings" and cause Misestimated 500,000 of damage, the proYbtonsl
houses in the new barrio were erecte.i and oreunied. ...

The signers stressed the
the national government, the

as private organisations and individuals who worked to aid th.
The memorial to President de la Guardia said in part:

"Few or the Presidents who,
upon assuming the reins of go government,
vernment, government, have inherited so
many political problems and socio-economic
prtocupaljons.
"And it is the first time in the
ing, especially after the change
of life, is serious, and should al always
ways always be checked by a physician.
vs. What is meant by a "pre
cancerous leion"?
An abnormal condition or growth
that might lead to cancer if ne neglected.
glected. neglected. N
9. What are some of the more
obvious precancerous lesions?
White patches on the lining of
uie -mourn, ary, scaly, itching
patches on the skin, particularly
on me iaces or tne very old old-sf.es.
sf.es. old-sf.es. caused by jagged teeth or
ill-fitting dental nlates: and do-i-.
colored moles subjected to irrita irritation.
tion. irritation. Any such pondition should
be called to the attention of a doc-
iui. uuier conditions such as
small growths in the rectum may
be uncovered in a health check checkup
up checkup and should be corrected.
ii. is there any disgrace In
naving cancer?
No. There is no more disgrace
in having cancer than in having
a broken arm or a sore thrnat
98. Does cancer usually cost
rnero to cure than other major
onuses x
It depends on the type of can
cer.
99. Why are quacks dangerous?
rew are medically trained;
therefore, they have no fundampn.
tal knowledge about cancer. They
cause the patient to lose valuable
time that Shouhi be used lhv get-
uug unmeaiaie proper treatment;
me pastes ana meatcines us-
ea Dy quacks have no value in
curing cancer. The annV tav
the patient's money under fake
pretenses, thus depriving him of
means ior oDtainmg competent
treatment eisewnere.
. JJW. How con 4 toll a quack
from a reputable physiean?
. . The quack's treamtnt is
available only from himself and
nis associates.
. ... his treatment bears his
own name or that of what pur
ports to be a high sounding re
search organization.
.... His treatment is advertis-
ea.
! .... He claims he is being
persecutes. Dy tne "medical
trusts,
greatest supporters have only his
word for it that they had cancer
.... His "cured" pajients and
in me urst place.
He discourages or tefns-
s consultations with reputable
physicians. r1
101. How can more 1ivs bo
saved?
By three steps calling for per
sonal decision and personal ac
tion:
By early diagnosis Your fam-
rly doctor can detect cancer ear
ly when it is most curable. Your
decision to go to him for an an
nual health checkup and to con con-su't
su't con-su't him if you notice any of
Canker's Seven Danger Signals
may save your life. His alertness
and skill are your best protection.
(By prompt treatment Your de
termination to follow your doc doctor's
tor's doctor's advice without delay if can cancer
cer cancer is suspected of found is t
t?l to life. His thoroughness in
tapping the greater sources of
modern medicine and science safe safeguards
guards safeguards your future.
By searching for new answers
Your generous support of the
American Cancer Society helps
mobilize scientists and research
laboratories to find new and bet better
ter better Woys of detecting, diagnosing
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the San MlgTiet frre 'were repieseutetf
la Guard! vesterdav t vnr mahiu

their desperate rttuSoh'f
brought wh It memorial
fM othp flr

"new lease on life" brought through the comWned efforts of
Panama Red Cross and various Oimi 7M. '....! .. I

history of the Republic that an
administration has taken so groat
an interest in remedying the ne
cessities of tk pecpHj in so brief J
a period of time.
"As a single unit the- Panama
nian public responded to the oe
casion in- a gesture of utmost co-i
operation, letf-hy the dignified ex4
ample furnished by Your Excel
lency...
"We also wish "to eulogize the
generous effort vDut forth by the
National Red Cross, headed by.
1 i: a: ... i i ...it i
jyuur uisuuguisiieu wue, uuus
ivierceaes, in couauoravivn vmn
the Minister of Social Welfare and
all the subordinates of these two
institutions.
'In the name of justice we also
deem it necessary to pay special
tribute to the National Guard
whose members .contributed to lh,e
maintenance1 of order -..at, ajl
times; fir the' splendid work of.
the Santo Tomas Hospital and for
the altruism of the diverse civic
institutions which uAfted to miti mitigate
gate mitigate our grief.
"Quietly, but persistantly, asi s
his wont, the Minster of Agricul Agriculture.
ture. Agriculture. Commerei and Ifldustry, gsfve
his decideftlcoUaboiiMbn; W that
of his Ministry, so that oWf agettf
could be riteve4 as much as pos possible.
sible. possible. v. .- .. J-
"In the strictest iutHeo w' re re-eogniw
eogniw re-eogniw the spontaneous gesture
of the civil and military autho authorities
rities authorities of the Canal Zone, as Well
as the American residents there.
The Wholehearted support they
instantly voliWIWWd .furrrfahed
proof of the h-ue sonriments of
Rods Now Building
Baltic ICBM Stilt
As Answer to West
LONDON, Match 12 (W
Russia is building a score oi. in in-i..mAi;oti
i..mAi;oti in-i..mAi;oti Ranoe Ballistic MiSr
sile bases along the Baltic Coast
to pinpoint Western iwirope anu
Amiht-r Manned American bases,
diplomatic spatcho)rejwrtrd to
day. ""ll"w ftBVl4
Information reaching .L o n don
said some bases were tinisneo
and others were nesting comple completion
tion completion in an arc from' Estonia, Lat Latvia
via Latvia and Lithuania into Poland.-
Two basks were, believed to. be
.miiw nnstriirtinn in Estonia, one
east of TAUjin anariotttero, nthe
banks o.RiyyargelogfOfh-
ers were said OiCbe-btftt
on th. islands Saaremaa" and
Hiyumaa.
Wholesale evacvtati6hs ot the
base areas have been carried out
and the regions placed out of
bounds to civilians, the reports
said. -'c
As yet, no1 known American
IRBM 1 bases have been, estab established
lished established In Europe. An Anglo-American
pact signed two weeks ago
provides for construction of four
bases for 1,500-mile Thor missiles
in Britain. But the first one is not
expected to be operational until
early next year.
Other NATO nations; notably
France, West Germany. NorWayJ
and Denmark,, have been reluc reluctant
tant reluctant to avail themselves of the
American' 'offer'to' ''place' bases in
their countries, pririfarfly because
o tear ot soviet retaliation.
Last week, Soviet Communist
Party Chief Nikita S. Khrushchev
warned hi abetter to the Twick Twickenham;
enham; Twickenham; England, eouneii for the
abolition of nuclear weapons, that
Russia would be-forced to, estab
lish nucieaf '. rocket bases, aimed. I
at Britain if. Britain allowed
IRBM ranges tbeteerected on,, its
soil. , ,''
Diploniatie sources t said the,o the,o-viet
viet the,o-viet missile bases would serve as
a further deterrent against Amer American
ican American bases in Norway and Den Denmark.
mark. Denmark. The Soviet hi s t year
warned Oslo, and Copenhagen of
the nuclear chaos that would re result
sult result if war .came and American
bases were op. their soil.

A THRILLING AND EALrSTIC BOOH COMES
TO THE SCREEN IN A WONDERFUL SPfCTA SPfCTA-CLE
CLE SPfCTA-CLE OF HUMAN EMOTIONS! ..

ARTHUR KENNEDY DIANE VARSI

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thanks for the efforts

srpned 'by MOO residents of the I
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ooed-neighborliness, understand understanding
ing understanding and solidarity.

This support we' will never for-' I

get and. we respectfully ask th

wwr uenani you convey to tneflVi I
dUf heartfelt atudo... sl

- '.s.' uii uni rs. ml
"We fully realize 9rtt the test'
which we ha-w -just faced, painful
as it proved, fuftnshed you wit-
the opportunity to demonstrate
that you d sMvetann'are always
anxious to relieve the adverse for
tune of all elements of the Pffc
namanian nnnnlare ..."
Besides fHe tjayor of Panam1 Panam1-Cit.
Cit. Panam1-Cit. Jose A. Cajar Escala, othef'
national government officials and.
units to whom particular thanks
were extended included the Minist.
er of Government and Justice, Man
Heurtematte, the general manag manager
er manager of the Institute of Economic
Development, Mario de Diego, an.
personnel of IFE's allied agencies,
architect Ernesto der la Guardii,
III, and the Ministry of Public
Works.;

The delegation which presented J
the memorial consisted of Nicas- X

trn Hehrv. Arthur Jv John. Lull
E. Menese.s, Jorge E. Pacheco Br
Marf E. HaverV whb acted as se
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Legionnaires Hark
39th Anniversary
March 15 Thru 17
it"
tvit
Thf oughdiit" the Sntire world W
iionnaires wWl be celebrating the
9th birthday of the American Le Legion
gion Legion this week end, March 15
tltfouah it. Participating in birth
day-, celebrations will be some
ana i,m,-
from
14,000.
fi? HBlff
"The eight Legion Posts in this
Department, which includes the
Netherlands West Indies, Costa Ri Rica
ca Rica and Guatema and their give
Auxiliary units are all making
plans to hold some type of birth birthday
day birthday observance," stated Depart,
ment Commander Nick Olson in
making the announcement, adding
that each organization will make
their iftyf announcement as to
their plans.
The American Legion was born
at the historic caucus of dele dele-eatej
eatej dele-eatej from the first American
fftttaeirflJre m Paris.
Tral deT W jne organisation
was cumyieieu ai ine ai. inus,
.Mo. caucus, May 8 to 10, 1919.
The Jirst national convention was
held in MiWeajxilis, "Minn.; Nov.
10 to 2, 1919. The 40th national
cpnveiftlftn will' be held in ChiKl.
gb, III., Seft. 1 to 4.- it
Today the American Legion is
a tnree-war organization, drawing
its membership from the eligible
veterans of World .Was I and H
and of the Korean conflict. Its
programs are carried on. under
the guidance of 12 basic national
commissions and some 40 subor subordinate
dinate subordinate committees and boards.
This national committee structure
is paralleled on the state, district
and post levels, sivine The Amer
ican region a cnam ox commai
wmm can muster naiionwi
strength behind Its goals and
LIVING BOMB OUENCHED j
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NAGANO, Japan' (UP) A on
struction Worker who blew up:
bar here la t' might rat It r
than pay his bill threatener? ta
transform hftmself into a jivke;
bomb when poMce tried to arrttet
mm. yosftito Shigmura clutcspd
a stick of dynamite between bis
teeth and warned police that if
tne tnert to approach him- he
would "blow up myself and all
of you. rohce summoned fire
men, who drenched Shigemura,
nis extnosive cvgar-- and three
more sticks of dynamite in his
pockets.
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in Tunisia.

that it wis "not correct" to as