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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN
DAILY NEWS!
wmama American
Ll the people know the truth end the country it tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
sL Panama 8-0915
S9rd VEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1958
FIVE CRNTf

Hi

Panamanian Manganese Ore
Being Loaded For US Firm

What Isthmians believe is the first shipment of man manganese
ganese manganese ore to be mined in Panama and shipped abroad
is being loaded in Cristobal aboard Jj i Danish freighter
London.
Described as a black mineral "but not quite as
brack as coal" the manganese is being brought to Pier
16 in trucks from, the open-pit mine of Exploraciones
'Rosario, S. A- in Colon province east of the Canal Zone.
It was reported yesterday that the Terminals Divi Division
sion Division had so far loaded 1400 tons.
They are using clam-shell buckets for the job. The
need for special handling of the bulk cargo required the
division to rent the clam-shell buckets from another sec section.
tion. section. I

These haven't been in operation
since the coal plant in Cristobal
as closed down seven years ago.
Only in an emergency has the
Terminal Division been required
to use these buckets since that
Iiflje. There have been several in incidents
cidents incidents of ships running aground
in which use of the buckets was
required to un'oad shipments such
as wheat.
. Duc to heavy rains at the mint
yesterday, actual loading is sus-
2 ended today until a working
cklog of ore is accumulated at
the pier.
Meanwhile, Rosario's general
manager, Richard Vosburgh, Aid
he was uncertain as yet how ma many
ny many ,tons of ore would be nut aboard
the London.
Fernie and Company, agents for
the ship, said they too could hot
estimate the cargo with any ac accuracy;
curacy; accuracy; but other sources said it
tp "ht nin around 4500 tons
The London arrived Monday
from Mftraeaibo, Venezuela, and
I sail late this week entf for
Mo'ii'e, Alabama.
Voiburgh said he dees not
lw which ef the several steel
m is In the vicinity of Birmina-
V Alp, bat bought the
irtent, which was sold thru
- Tli8r;jne -ippa piece of pro-
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
school year through the re-
eublic will begin as usual this
Tyear on May 5, but will end on
;Dec. 24 instead -of in February
according to a decree issued by
Ithje Education Ministry.
However, next year the school
year will beirin during the latter
3art of MarJh.
Attorney General Hermogenes
de la Rosa is reportedly plan planning
ning planning to extend his investigation
to determine whether "bottllas"
re being carried on government
payrolls, as far as the National
Asjumbly and tome ministries
to see if there are any employes
whose only duties are to collect
their paychecks.
4
Fifty-three more rnmnr mi
arrested last night during raids
made by the National Guard af after
ter after 9 p.m.
Some have been accused of rob robbery.
bery. robbery. Police also report the arrest of
a minor identified as Ernesto Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, whose pockets were found
to be loaded with stones when he
wis arrested early this morning
at San Francisco fle la Caleta.
Benjamin is said to be a mem member
ber member of the "Bad Seed" gang whioh
operates in suburban San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. The National Guard also has
reports of a "Black Jack" gang
operating in .Vista Hermosa.
Specialist Will
Speak On Cancer
M RP University
Dr. Georffe V. VtcV in aminnnl
cancer specialist, will deliver a
wciore lomgni at o'clock at the
Panama .University as a part of
the university's cultural extension
program.
Dr. Pack, who is Considered one
nf the most distinguished doctors
to be invited to take part in the
University's summer school, will
soeak on "An Optimistic View of
tbe Cancer Problem1."
'He is also scheduled to
a '"dure tomorrow night
deliver
in the
faculty
'orium of the medical
a' he Santo Tome Hospital on
'"('he Treatment of Primary Cah Cah-eer
eer Cah-eer of the-Liver."

, i
perty purchased many years ago
by, the Iferatt-Panama Mining Co.,
an American concern in which a
number of Panamanians and Am Am-erica
erica Am-erica resident in both the Re Republic
public Republic ;$nd the Canal Zone were
the original investors. Some of
them still own stock.
The Rosario concern, which has
considerable mining operations in
Latin America, operates on a con concession
cession concession from Hyatt-Panama".
Vosburgh said yesterday the
concern's tit' e is clear and good.
The original title to the property
was sighed by a late President of
Panama', Relisario Porras on Jan.
22, 1922.
Jt
"We are used to having attacks
and claims of this kind Vnshnrirh

said when asked to comment on
Rosario had been accused for ex extracting
tracting extracting manganese ore from
private property outside the lim limits
its limits of its rights.
(The charge was filed before
the Governor of the Province of
Colon by ex-President Ricardo J.
Alfaro, Cesar A. Guillen and
third individual, the tabloid
said.)
tite concern had infringed on any
other prof erty-owner's rights.
The Site is in woodland cotfptry
some So-old miles southeast of the
Trans-Isthmian Highway, heatat-
eri. There are several deposf of
ore" '!''' ?
He also recalled that decades a a-go
go a-go he and other investors had in invested
vested invested considerable sums of mon money
ey money to develop this mine.
"And don't think we'll ever get
it back," he added. The best
we'll do now is to salvage some
part of our losses."
This investor, too, confirmed that
the deed was an o'd and solid one.
"The investors and the develop development
ment development concern are stable well-established
Panamanians and Amer Americans,"
icans," Americans," he observed. "There's no nothing
thing nothing fly-by-night about the opera
tion."
Sneezes In Style
But No Eoidemic
Says Health Dept.
Do your bones ache Do you
feel as if your body is broken in
two? Are you sniffling much late lately
ly lately
Well, don't worry about it.
Take the Health Department's
word for it you only have a
mild "respiratory in ection."
Today they issued thir rosular
announcement which comes
out once a year to the ef ?
feet that: "Nothere is no epidem epidemic,
ic, epidemic, but yes, there has been an in increase
crease increase noted in the usual, mild,
seasonal upper respiratory infec infection
tion infection
HUM..
Kerchoo ... and gesundheit to
you too.

JHHHHH pti

AID PAID FOR First Lady Mrs. Mercedes de la Ouardia, president of the Panama Red
Ovtm, delivers a cheek for $4006.80 to Leonard ,1. Meyer, direotor of operations of the Amer American
ican American Red Cross, as payment for the emereghcy supplies given by the U.S. Army and the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Co. to the victims of the recent San Miguel, fire.

THE THUNDERBIRDS, the USAF's supersonic acrobatle team, arrived over the Isthmus in their F-100 Super Sabres with a
whoosh ami a roar this morning. By way of announcing their arrival on the Pacific side they went straight into a series of
maneuvers whioh convinced some of the more observant Zonians that this was not. just another DC-3 arriving at Albrook.
They have two acrobatic shows scheduled Saturday 10:30 a.m. at Ft. Davis and 3:30 p.m. at Albrook. The shows will
highlight Aimed Forces Day displays. In the upper picture Maj. J. A. Robinson, the Thunderbirds' leader, is' seen briefing

the rest of toe team at.Haward
tion: catrt. Samuel R. Johason.

High Level Probe For Atomic Drop
But US Won't Stop Carrying Bombs

WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)
The government launched a high high-level
level high-level military inquiry today into
"wider implications" of the Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, S. C, atomie accident.
At the same time Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Neil H. McEiroy made it
plain U.S. Strategic Air Command
(SAC) bombers will not stop car carrying
rying carrying unarmed atomic bombs in
round-the-c ock training flights in
these "perilous t i m e s" despite
fresh "ban tHe bomh,." demands
from Russia and others.
Ignoring U.S. claims that un unarmed
armed unarmed bombatycannot produce nu nuclear
clear nuclear explosions, Radio Moscow
declared that an accident like the
one at Florf'ce could touch f
World War III if America; order

$17,011 Disagreement

Field. From left are CaDt.' Robert H. Mcintosh, who flies left

srJL man: Robinson: 1st Lt. -Homer F. whitlow, new wing: ana

wWLifcell l ii in I HMlWSfc. JM. i

ed its striking forces into action
in the mistaken belief an enemy
attack had started.
Defense officials, without issuing
any formal caunter-statment, indi
cated there is virtualy no danger
of starting a major atomic war
by accident. They said there are
major precautions:
There is a foolproof system
for reeal'ing U.S. atom bombers
if they start a retaliatory attack
that proves Unwarranted.
The bombers cannot by law
drop nuclear bombs without the
President's specilic approval.
McEIroy announced that chiefs
of three major Air Force Com
mandsMateriel, Research ih
Development, and SAQ have

Uje. TnuiJBSur. uper

been ordered to setu p" "a hign
level group to investigate the wid wider
er wider implications of this unfortunate
occurence."
McEIroy said the commanders
have been directed "to determine
if there is any action which should
be taken, which has not already
been provided for, to insure the
maximum safety of our opera operations."
tions." operations."
February Was
Unseasonably
Warm, Humid
Unseasonably warm and huhiid
weather prevailed during 'he
month of February on both sides
nt thp Isthmus, according to the
vnnnthiv ronnrt issued bv the Met-
erological and Hydrographic
Branch.
tWp fiiohpst February teniDer
atures on record were reported
by the weather stations at Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Gatun and Madden Dam,
with 92 94 and 98 degrees respec
tively. The maximum of 98 de
grees recooded at Madden Dam
Voh on onnallp.H the all time
maximum temperature on record
in the Canal Zone.
Rainfall during the month was
above normal over the Atlantic
and central areas of the C a n a 1
Zdnp and was particular y faver
able for runo f in the Gatun Lake
drainage basin. The total avera
rainfall from 12 stations was 1.
inches, which was .76 inch above
nnrmal
The runoff from Gatun Lake
Basin was 56 per ,cent above the
45-year average and the fifth
highest February runoff on rec
ord.
Six of the 20 seismic disturbanc disturbances
es disturbances recorded at Balboa Heights

.snarss 'rsra c. w. chase, cicrflcz
rated at Force IV, was of suf.i- council meeting held last night in the Board Room of the
cient intensity to be felt locally. I Heights. On his right are Wary Brigham and Sam Roe.

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;

win in the diamond fo
1st Lt. cnane,
saores are m
PG Engineering
Director Back
On The Isthmus
Lt. Col. Robert Drown, Jr. Pana
ma Canal 'engineering and con
struction director, returned to the
Isthmus Wednnsday morning by
plane after a trip ttf the United
States on official business connect connected
ed connected with the construction of the
high level bridge across the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.
Arrnmnanieri hv Elmpr B. Ste
vens, chie ot the structural
branch of the Engineering Divi Division
sion Division Brown conferred in St. fjiuis.
Mo. with members of the firm ot
Sverdrup and Parcel, who are
design contractors tor tne new
bridge. He also spent some time
in Washington, D. and New
York.
1Win0 his ahspnrp. E. M. Brow-
der Jr., acted as engineering and
construction director.

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Is Commissary
Loss Any Concern
Of Civic Council?

There was brief disagreement at last night's Pacific

Civic Council meeting as to
$17,011 excess losses was any
Council chairman C. W.

not. for Us (the council) to discuss. All I know is what I

have read in the papers."
Councilman Rufus W. Lovelady disagreed. "I feel it
is pdrt of the council's business," he said. The matter had
been brought up by councilman Roger C. Hackett.

Several other times during the meeting Chase held

various issues to be no part

rather the affair of management.

The specific figure of $17,011 for the miich-discuss-

ed "excess" commissary losses was announced Tuesday

by Supply and Community Services director L. A. Fergu

son.

An official source reoortedfv But the total loss far

the six-month period at $31,000. Thfs figure, however,

covers spoilage, oreaxage ana so rorth.

One commissary customer said

tp hir
Ferguson had said the

j "hiahly abnorma

than normally expected in merchandising on comparable
sales volume."

Some other topics raised last
night which Chase insisted were
the "decision of management"
and not the council's concern in involved:
volved: involved:
1) The question of why Pan Panama
ama Panama .Canal Company architects
coulti not draw up plans for the
Balboa commlss a r y improve improvements
ments improvements and for new schools.
ai Whv Anenn Commls s a r v
was closed down due to "lack of
business" when funds were now
being allotted to expand the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa commissary to accommodate
fVta infrpispri business
Other points brought out hy
councumen put tne oiame ior
the recent curtailment of service
onri maintenance at, florcas Hos
pital squarely on the "unrealistic
budget for 1958."
A good portion oi tne iwo iwo-hour
hour iwo-hour meeting was devoted to
a discussion of the proposed
$150,000 improvements to the
Ralhna nmmissarv
Phase stated that he felt all
the information which had been
printed which gave the impres impression
sion impression that this amount would be
snont fnr o swank dress shon was
"extremely narmiui." tie saio ne
wonted tn make lt Clear tnai
about $15,000 was slated for tne
dress shop, whlcn wouia De uv
from luxurious.
In answer' to a councilman's
query as to whether the $150, $150,-000
000 $150,-000 would include the entire
program of improvements to
the Balboa Commissary, Chase
explained this was probably
Just the first phase of a three
phase program.
"You don't get much for

whether the commissaries'

concern Of the council.
Chase said: The losses are
of the council's business, but
today
figures
$17,000 figure 'Is much less
$150,000, Just the teste build-
in," he said.
"Then don't you think that
much more money will be needed
to install the fixtures In this al
most empty shell of a structure?
a councllwoman, Margaret Ren-
nie asxea.
"Probably so," Chase replied.
Councilman Charles McBrandl
said he felt there has been soma
"emotional attachment" appar apparently,
ently, apparently, to the word dress shop
which to some people seems to
imply high quality and expensive
merchandise.
He said that he queried Fergu
son on this and was informed
that less than 1-34 percent of
the dresses sold in the commis commissary
sary commissary are above the $40 range.
Mai. B. A. Darden commented
that he wondered what th
ground rules were for the ciyle
council.
"Must we always oppose ev everything
erything everything the administration
does?" he asked. "I can't be believe
lieve believe they're wrong every tine.
It seems that every time they
make any announcement we
object automatically without
waiting to investigate and find
out the facts."
At least two councilmen agreed
with Darden.
Chase announced that he had
heard several rumors to the ef effect
fect effect that the Diablo C6mmissary
was to be closed, and could as assure
sure assure the council that there was
no truth to this.
"That's just for now, though,"
one councilman asked. 'fWhat
about later?"
(Continued on Page lW
Administration Building aVWiW,



THURSDAY. MARCH 13, 19
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THIS IS rOUt K)tUM THI MAPES.S OWN COtUMN
THE MAIL BOX

Sir:

DO-IT-YOURSELF JUNK YARDS

I wis a witness to democracy m action at toe uiabio Town

meeting. Governor Potter impresses me with his fairness in sub subjecting
jecting subjecting him sell to questioning and I believe we are fortunate to have
a Govugoor who seems to be really interested in the problems of all
Zonians While Governor Poier cannot do everything the commu community
nity community wcild hie I believe he is trying to comply with the wishes of
the people, and would do more if his hands were not tied to a cer certain
tain certain excent. t
I was particularly interested in his attempt to beautify the Zone
commuiiitie with flowers, trees, paintings of homes, etc.. Ifhe can cannot
not cannot five us lower prices in the commissary and air-conditioning of
the tcnools end commissaries at this time, Jie seems to be interest interested
ed interested in giving us something nice to look at. After an, "Man does not
live by bread alone."
Since Governor Potter has made an attempt to beautify various
sections of the Zone, I am wondering why it is that junk yards are
allowed to exist under various quarters on the Zone?
1 am not adverse to people having hobbies but I do not tronic
the law allow? tenants to commercialize their hobbies and make
the huil-Jings they live in look ghastly to their neighbors and to peo-
1. ...U. J l I

T. it fair to thre tenants in a four-family dwelling to have to

nut up with the noise of saws, paint sprayers, hammering ana
pounding, on the part ot a tenant who is merely paying rent on one
j. a. ...in t MAuItt H

I don't know the answer but perhaps a shanty town coulq- be es

tablished on the Zone in a remote site fW"

their downstairs quarters witn every na n iu.m7

CANAL ZONE TAXES
8lrS Your paper March 11 quoted the Supply and Employe Ser Service
vice Service Wwctor aa saying that the customers "il
mount of the loss his commissary has sustained through theft
rTS k'So&Sto haTlKem' include this amount in their
AjendSi donation? Foreign relief? J
A Rent panel selected by Congress IS

XZ SSe

2K! J.TSrS9. The record is there

roeomuiciiu--""- ----jyi . r-.,i, were n lavor oi em-
the U. S.

rrjSSa v.n are now in a fund aroe

uinwrai." -- T ,,,. VRrv much, snoma can

panes W,"u"rL -wlief on our Income tax pay pay-next.
next. pay-next. year. Perhaps can obtain u ft be n0

A. Noledy

sir:

I am wondering wr

IUITOES

tli: wir.h -authorities art th

-nnaiR. o r

tnayor is going to wo suburban reel

starved ouu

Which

dents

These pei

But they

"harmless Cuiex moaquiw, -- f ny moV8
to the city of Panama itself and still we don t he J

towards exierminwiui. -it- to
official of the health ministry nai.nc
11 ifrlt.

other day, .S&Iiffiw W
do any harm to anybody. h2L3wfci to bed at nights rum rum-offlcua
offlcua rum-offlcua to JttSmSm or feel the bites,
soaked so that he T of mosquito colls helps to
I have discovered that the use b when
Wtbem ntimfi1 theskeets

fitfS KfSemal& much higher
pheles mosquitoes coma bwi :to ton0g0afmexPiBining to do.
flies are certainly going to have a lot oi ew
RAN ANTONIcTbUGLE

. fv.iuw f hrnnnn in unr uiv-i' w i v

a sore msiaes. nuicu "B"

asirt

ttoin.

hnw Wltn a Dliz."1 i - ;
snuw wiwj th t ost me ia

back home, but not w nd am at lt

les. jpuuea uumu r
. i ii-u inorv vpsterdav which I en-

&ftut for an hour s arive win nft.n trave

too early. Most likely won't make it.
'iA -i ,nH thev are trving tb

Work onur roRtf movm. r- My safest

;,Taii or a rip crossings. It's all unoer wo"",

iid so

crossings.

and then. xUi, nof. nrennan. is still

i Would iike to take Tomaa Guardia oyer .t
iv sav the h'ghway to Panama will be opened hi WW,
y say me n-"""i .wnt tKo hamteable altithde.

By VICTOR RIRSIL
There are over 5,000 separately separately-owned
owned separately-owned telephone companies in tho
land including one belonging
entirely to an Amish "plain fplk"
family in Pennsylvania. You can't
buy into that one. But there is an another
other another communications outfit known
as the American Telephone and
Telegraph Co., which is selling a
batch of stock, below the market
price. Howeverfyou can't buy into
that bloc either unless you're a
member of the AFL-CIO's Com Communications
munications Communications Workers of America.
Soon, that bloc of stock totalling
some 7,000,000 shares, worth about
$750,000,000, win be own(Kj Dy

union s membership. The union

and its leader, 47 -year-old Joe
Beh-ne, want the members to buy
into the-company.
Beirne, rapidly moving into the
upper echelons of the AFL-CIO
Executive Council, has for weeks
been urging his 250.000 followers
employed by A.T. and T. to over oversubscribe
subscribe oversubscribe the stock issue, ever
since A.T. and T. offered it to the

workers.

Ieirne, as modern as next year's

Explorer and moving iust about

as fast, recently called together

i.ooo ot tne uwa s local presi dents

and officials. They met in Chica

go s Hotel Sherman on Feb. 26 and

27. As Beirne relates it, he had

received strong support for the

stock purchase move from all ex except
cept except "the one guy you find in eve every
ry every crowd.
"The fellow got up and sahi he
was through with the union for
telling him to buy int.) the com
pany and help it with further fin financing,"
ancing," financing," Beirne reported.
"The fellow said this would di divide
vide divide his loyalty between the com company
pany company and the union. I told him
what I believe and you can kid
me about it sounding pollyannish.
But i( makes real sense to me to
help the outfit you work for to ex expand.
pand. expand. "I told the cenulainar that It
is net the union's purpose to take
all the loyalty from the workers
and leave none for the compa company.
ny. company. It isn't t question of loyalty
anyhow. This is a union which
bolievttt in our oconemic sys system,
tem, system, the American economy In
general, and specif ieally in these
companies whose workers we
represent. Wo went the) firms
to be successful."

The company, on Jan. 15, offer-
I X. 1 AAA AAA 1

u sei asiae ,uw,vw snares

iperiod for its em

;o buy it 15 percent of the

arket value.
There was oniv one condition

Ine stock must be selling for more

than S 100 a share on the Exchange
on April 30. There seems to be not
the slightest chance that the stock
will dip under that. This week it
is selling n the neighborhood of
$170 a share.
This means that each employe
buying a share will immediately
make a $25 profit if the market
holds steady.
Since A.T; and T.' was the na nation's
tion's nation's biggest money maker last
year, this means that each Union
member will also be sharing in
the profits of a mighty successful
company from now on.
Furthermore, the stock can be
bought by the union members on
the installment plan. The compa company
ny company has agreed to take regular pay payments
ments payments out of the weekly pay checks
of those who want to buy the stock.
The number of shares to which
each union member is entitled will
depend on now much money the
particular worker is earning on
April 11. The xact formula can
be obtained from the union or the

company.

of ilFW

m

The Panama Canal Review, thanks to Pete Brennan,

jusfd'ldn't know how many friends I did hava until Dig-
SrieaTtoi IB at Brownsville
Tlaat aroundhJz aid we'd have a month more of this. Well
u S7; atand it.. I can- And I hope this slight

imtove'mentonDthe eyes will hold over into summtf

a
. a

Sir:

CANCER CHECKUPS

Yi. i w. tv,r,,,ah th hudsret. is aroint to defeat the gal-

lant fighters of .ancer. I have been reading the excellent
material in your newspaper educating the public on the symp symptoms
toms symptoms and dangers of early neglect in this dread disease, and I
think this is a fine public service you are performing.
But what happens when one goes to Gorgas to check up
on something that looks suspicious. Long waiting lines con confront
front confront one as overworked doctors and nurses try to cope with
the influx of canc?r-conscious individuals as well as their reg regular
ular regular flow of patients.
Everything your paper says about cancer is true, I am sure,
and I am confident that you mean well by urging us to have
regular check-ups. But why doesn't someone tell the Panama
Canal Hospital budget department the facts of life. Or don't
accountants get cancer?
Provoked

It Is important to remember
hire that the national labor law
requires union agreement bo-

keeps ,or tn company can offer a

srocK pvrcnaso pian tw hi worn worn-era.
era. worn-era. Two days after this plan
was announced by the company,
Joe Btirne and Ms colleagues
agrrtefVtoTt.
Wheji asked why the union mov
ed so swiftly. Beirne answered:

"Union meiribers have invested

their time, energy, talents a n d

skills in the business. They should

not be afraid to invest their mon
ev ...

"The union. CWA, believes that

the need for new capital for the

expansion Of our business is so

cially and economically desirable

both for the public ana tne mem
bersXnf our union. It means in

creased, and improved service to

the pubPie. Such expansion means
more jobs and hence more wagef

and income.

And vwat bettor moment is there
than today to help more people

earn their daily bread.

WalterWinchelllnNewYork

MAN ABOUT TOWN
iriglfte Sardot's ex-groom (Rog

er Vadim) and Annette Stroyberg
merge in a fortnite. .S a n d u
Scott tells intimates she will be become
come become Mrs. Geo. Sanders. But

Zsa-Zsa's husband ain't talkin'. .
Farvel Van Rensselaer (jBabs Hut Hut-ton's
ton's Hut-ton's dreamv-Dool bousht new

Caddy at T recent Parke-Bernet

gallery auction. . .Gay Poling
(former spouse of ace Hollywiod
director Bruce Humberstone) and

Jacques Chambrun (the swank lit-

ree agent; adore Chapeau Rouge.
. .Ava's pals here she will have
ficial surj next month. The med

ic is Miami's Dr. I. D. Shorell...
The Diners' Club annual poll

(via night club editors and coly-

umists) will reveal these win

ners: Comedy: Danny Thomas.
u.l. Vaa.i rv..-i. c:.i

.luetic vuvai. x-iauiv OUIAUfl.
Fern me Vocallure: Eydie Gorme
. .Variety Show: S. Davis, Jr.

Arthur Murray Is suing a Mid

west dance studio which calls it

self: Art Murrays. What happens

if it happens to be the man's real

tag?. . .Cugat's barristers stop

ped a new rhumband chief in

Chicago from billing the act: Xa

vier Kugat. (Carambal). .How

"ugh!" can they get? A Green

wich Village curiogem store of

fers earrings made of human

teeth. .How come Look Mag's

New York number hasn't one

line (or photo) of any New, York

night club ?(Are they all that

dead)?. kTough about Columbia

Pictures prexy Harry Cohn. He

was a fighting tycoon one of

the reasons he was the only one

left out there, who owned his stu

dio. .Travel exec Bill Fugazy is
flying the whole show from the

Lido (Paris) to Las Vegas for

me opening or me siaraust Ho

tel. .Joe Hyams' article about

Lauren Bacall (in the March

Redbook) is a darling about one.

.Griping about Teevee Ratings
-has anyone ever called Trendex
"Trendeath"?
George Wood of the Wm. Mor

ris Agency (a long-time bachelor)
and lovely Lois O'Brien (of the
B'way shows and nitworks) are
expected to surprise their i n t i i-matos
matos i-matos when they are in Rome in
April. .Lois Ray opens at Lou
Walters" new Broadway sport in
late April. Her first visit to The
Big Town. A lovely song end
dance gal who writes children's
books between shows in her
dressing room. J. Meyer Schir.t)
signed her for the Hotel Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador (L. A.) Cocoanut Grove Grove-Marie
Marie Grove-Marie McDonald show April 9.
, .George D. Sax (one of the
Runyon Fund's first Santa Claus

es) is Chairman of the Board at

Chicago's Exchange National

Bank. It now has deposits of over

100 Million S. Baciuse of th.

death of Columbia Picture prex

HrtlrPohr.. 1he Screen Writer

bed to kill one of thuir big acts
from their March 12 Annual A A-wards
wards A-wards affair. The hilarious come

dy act was titled: "The Bridge
Over Harrf Cohn."

Art Linkietter, interviewing a
four-year-old on his delightful pro program,
gram, program, asked: "Who won the

war? Was it Eisenhower?".

4 No, was the reply, it was

Walter V inchell". .'Well," howl howled
ed howled Link. "Now we know!" (pro (professional
fessional (professional jealousy). .Nicky Hil Hilton's
ton's Hilton's pals say he vowed to follow
Italo actress Marisa Allasio to
Hellton. .Success saga: About 18

months ago, a lovely Latin Quar

ter shov. girl named Carmen
Phillips (of Chicago) joined our
table with all the other dolls in
the show at the Chanticleer, Bal Baltimore.
timore. Baltimore. That was the last we saw
of her and them (after ham and and-eggs)
eggs) and-eggs) but her beauty got this
oneiliner: "Carmen Phillips is des destined
tined destined for Hollywood". .So what
happened, fergoodnessakes?. .
Carmen was just signed by MGM'.

Liz Renay of the front p a .1 e s

was never Miss Arizona. (Thanks,

let's make it public). . .Think

New York's so tough? Houston,
Texas, has 20 murders so far

this year.

J Sunday -(1): Slav

.i moKaricK. .j: nvencocx.

Thanks to you all for voitr tee

vee pet-show mail,' PS. THE WW
"File" shpyv. has been cancel canceled
ed canceled by the sponsoif, following the
March 28 program! Reason: "The
ratings show that competitors have

larger audienqes. j (They have
and 3 times as many hookups!)

Reuben H. Donnelley Corp. of
N.Y.C. tabulated the WW teevee
poll. .'.Lawrence Welk was voted
favorite program over a national

network by our readers in the 48

states. .Como 2nd. .Here are
the night-by-night leaders via our

readers:

Monday (1): Price Is Right.

. .2: Lawrence Welk. .3: 21

Tuesday (1): Tell The Truth.

. .2: Skelton. .3: Fisher-Gotol
Wednesday -(If! Wagon Train
. .2: cret. M Millionaire.
Thursday (l): Groucho.

2: Playhouse 90. it .3: Tenn. Ford.

Friday (1):'WW File. J:

Sinatra. .3: ZaneJGrey

Satdee (1): Coiio. .2: Welk.

3: Gunsmoke.

Allen

.2:

Tickets for the premiere (Wed.

night, Ajh 2) of the Ringling
Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus

(for the Damoh Runyon Fund and
the Bravest and Finest Fund for
widows and orphans of cops and

firemen killed on duty; go on

sale today. Leon Leonidiff will

stage the event. .Earl Wilson

and other New Yorkers are invit

ed to emcee the premiere for, us

as we are due at the Moulin
Roug'e (H'wood) that night, where

the Saints and Sinners will mi

croscope us. as "The Saintliest

Sinner of 1958". They are do
noting a hefty sum vto the Run

yoh Fund in return for our allow

ing them to throw all those base
balls at our head.

LEARNING TIME
Sir:
Colonel Nickerson's talk to the Diablo PTA was inspira inspirational,
tional, inspirational, and I think he hit the nail on the head when he said
that children will have to miss aome of the extra eurricular
activities and concentrate on school work, if they are going to
keep up with students In ether parts of the world.
We have too ousy entertaining our children Instead of edu educating
cating educating them. Let' hope it Is not too late to make change.
It distresses .ne to read that so many people want Shorter
school hours, for the children here because of the oppressive
heat. Surely In this day and age, there are more clvilhel -ays
of taking care of the problem. How many years is lt since the
Canal Zone Schoois were built? Why can't we have some new'
air-conditioned b'lildingt or air-condition the old ones'' To
abut down the amount of learning-time is a step backwards, not
forwards. We'll never catch up with the Russians that way.
Three Rs

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The Miami Herald Special: Don Donald
ald Donald O'Connor's big time frolic

at the handsome new Deauville
Hotel is another Miami (Beach
"must." The versatile star toys
with the crowd. His chief aide,
Sidney Miller, had them howlihg

with laughter. . .Ballantine a
mad magician) is another high

spot. .The 5 Boginos keep Don

aid's swift show swifter. . .The

Barry Sisters-are a click at the
Empress Hotel. .B. S. Pulley's

Place Pigalle (deleted by the edi

tor). ..Buddy Rich's rhyhms

make the Dreain Lounge part ot
the midnight fan. Jack Carter,
a very funny fellow, stars at the
eyefilling Americana. D o r e 1 1 a
Morrow's beauty and ear-caressing
thrushing co-star. The Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Kraft Dancers are always
pace-setters who guarantee enter
tainment. .Tempus Fugit Sec Section:
tion: Section: In 1522 Conquistadore Gil
Gonzalez Davila arrived in Nica

ragua (in a Spanish galleon) to

start a Spanish colony. Now. a1

direct descendant, Melchora Davi

la (chief stewardess of Lamca

Airlines) flies to the same spot

from Miami in turbo-jet prop pow

ered airliners thrice weekly. .The

Miami Herald has more pages
daijy than most Sunday newspa newspapers
pers newspapers have in th.e United States.
. Jeanine McCormick is Lou Wal Walters'
ters' Walters' newest looker for his Cafe
de Paris. While in Fla., she is di divorcing
vorcing divorcing talented Steve Condos of
"Say, Darling". .Walters may
soon lose strip-star Beldon Katie
man's El Rancho (Vegas) and
Havana's Nacional. .The Roney Roney-Plaza
Plaza Roney-Plaza Hotel's Bamboo Room of offers
fers offers music that makes Bellmen
(at the Oui Oui Room) rocknroll rocknroll-hV
hV rocknroll-hV "Love for Sale (Mad, Reellee
Sweengs). .Jerry La van is Chic Chic-kie
kie Chic-kie James' latest conquest. She
was gifted with a full length fur
coat. Jerry apparently d e s n't
want us paying customers to en enjoy
joy enjoy Chickie's nudity, at'which she
stars at the Cafe de P. The Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Saxony's stuff for N. Y., Lon London,
don, London, Paris Rio or Dubuque.

WASHINGTON" Ten grim-fc

ed Alabama state legislators made

a pilgrimage to Washington last

week to lay before Congress tne

life-or-death situation confronting

couon iarmers in tne southeast.

The picture was a solemn one,
summed up in the words of a cot

ton farmer, E. F. Maulding of

Leighton, Ala., now serving as a
consultant to the state legislators.

uur iarmers are more aemor

slized than ever before." Mauldin

told the House Agriculture Com
mittee.

"They Jind farm labor ito n e

their tenants vanished of

existing, their plows rusting, their

tractors down, their mutes con

verted to dog meat, their fields
vacated and lying idle, their rural
communities disappearing, sad

their ciuntry homes, churches,
and schools standing vacant like
corroded monuments to haunt the
memory of what once was a cher

ished and respected ay of life."

The causes are low prices rana
a gigantic 35 per cent slash, since

1957, in the number el acres ai
lowed to be planted is- cotton un

der Secretary Benson's flexible"

support system. For. as the na nation's
tion's nation's cotton surplus mounts, the
acres planted to cotton are cut.
Meanwhile, the Southeast -Alabama,
Georgia, Mississippi, North

and South Carolina has borne toe

hrunt of th decline;

ereae of such Western states as

California, Arizona and New Mexi Mexico
co Mexico has fared proportionately bet-

ter. 4?

INDIVIDUALS DON'T COIJNT
This is because a state's share

of the national cotton acreage is

based upon its average acreage

in the preceding five years.

And With poor couon iarmers
in the Southeast abandoning the
soil for city jobs, Alabama s lllot-

mpnt has decreased. Which has

penalized farmers remaining on
the soil.'
For. when their neighbor quits

cotton farming, other farmers get

their acreage cuts, so that some
individual allotments have been
cut 70 per cent since 1953 m con contrast
trast contrast to the national acreage de de-pro
pro de-pro a ca nf lv 35 oer cent.

Mauldin, is

that (Benson's plan reckons in
terms of states and countries;1
the fate of the indiviaual farm farm-ar
ar farm-ar ii crasalv iandred.

Result: In Alabama m,W0

farmers have signed up witn uie
State Employment Service for off off-farm
farm off-farm iobs. One tractor dealer re-

that ho sold so tractors n

1955, only 32 m 1951 ad just 14 in
1957. Most of the 14 he sold in 18a7
had to be repassed when farmers

couldn't me,et their peymenu.
Ginners, bankers, crashers, farm

laborers, fertilizer manmaciurera,
warehousemen, and cotton mer
chants are all affected.
CITY JORS DON'T HELP

ers and tenant farmers whdse jobs
disappear whenever an acre oi
land goes into the soil bank.
MERRY-GO-ROUND

Senators wisecracked in Capitol
cloakrooms that two of then- col colleagues
leagues colleagues voted on the postal bill
according to whether they had
their pictures on the front coven
of Time and Life.
Hard-working Lyndon Johnson
was on the cover of Life; voted
against increasing the rate for Life
Magazine and other second-class
users of the mails. Handsome Jack
Kennedy of Massachusetts had his
debonair visage on the cover of
Time twice; also voted against in increasing
creasing increasing second-class mail rates
... Life Magazine cost American
taxpayers $9,316,000 last year. Mr.
and Mrs. 'Henry Luce, who own
Life, Time, and Fortune, contribut contributed
ed contributed $30,875 to Ike's Campaign in
1950... Congratulations to Pan Am

erican Airways for its special be

nefit for the young widow of a Pasj
Am clerk, Paul Krug, who died af-

fter a year hi the hospital. Enough

money was raised to pay Mennen
Williams for bringing the 3000 for
eign students, studying in Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, to the State Capitol to -see

the government in action. William
Day, Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
president, neaded the special ci

tizens committee whicn planned

" a; the event.

The parachute is probably
the oldest idea for man-carrying
"aircraft.'! Leonardo da
Vinci sketched one in his note note-book
book note-book in 1514. Fausto Veranzio
published a description of a
workable parachute in 1593. It
was Andre Jacques Garnerin
who made, the first ''live" para- j
chute jump from a balloon in j
Paris in 1797. Modern para- j
chutes are simply Improve Improvements
ments Improvements on the Gasnerln designs.

1 BHUimlo Jr. Encyclopedia

According to Maynard Layman
firm -ditor of the Decatur Daily

the solution is not in moving farm

ers off the land.

What Alabama needs, he says,
rcinal farmers, not

fnupr

w. nninti out that it doesn't

solve anything for farmers to sell
out and move to the city. There
they merely add to unemployment

rolls and create an ainas oi
problems.
Moreover, in many cases rt s

4,,ct niain imnossible for a man

vuhrt his heen a farmer Sll his life

tn male? the shift to city life at

Ikn ii. nf if or SO.

lilt f, v. v ,

"A pestilence nas oeen viskcu

nnnn tne lana oi cuiwu,

Mauldin told the House commit

tee. He proposed these solutions:

1 An mcrease in couon-acre-

0iintmnt not across tne

board by state, but just enough to

guarantee every tarmer nis msiu msiu-ric
ric msiu-ric share of the' nation's psodue-
tion. ..
2. A Brannan plan fr cotton,
whereby all American c S 1 1 o n
would be sold without price sup supports
ports supports at the normj1evel: By: let

ting the price see its own level,

cotton would Defer compete wun
nylon, dacron, And other synthe synthetics.
tics. synthetics.
inslpaH nf .nrtcfe supports.' farm

ers would receke direct produc production
tion production payments, to the extent neces necessary
sary necessary to raise tfeir income to pari parity
ty parity with industrial workers.
Note The aoll bank hasn't help helped.
ed. helped. A total of 70-.000-Alabama farm

ers were frqzen out of the soil
batjk by insufficient soil bank funds

many ot tnem auer urey "u
their imolerhents. .iSBB 3?j

Even if Congress appropriates
more soil bank funds, it won t
help the thousands of farm labor-

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WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)
The United States is conducting
a scientific study to find out
whether nuclear tests could be
suspended in the absence of an
overall disarmament pact with
Russia, it was learned today.
Administration officials said the
inquiry would cover the number
of check points, mobile insjeclion
teams and other safeguards which
would be required to, guard
against any .illicit nuclear test testing.
ing. testing. President Eisenhower Was said
to have ordered his scientific ad adviser
viser adviser Dr. James R. Killian Jr. to
go ahead with the study some
weeks ago. epresehtaHves of the
Atomic, Energy. Commission, He.
fense and other departments aire
working with' non-government act
enlists Vjfojtfrvif-
Any decision to divorce 'nuclear
testing away from a general dis
armament "package" would be a

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IH E A LTH Y TN"n Follow

Rng Pea iniJyNovefnber,

nauonwiae aeams irom wnu wnu-ensa
ensa wnu-ensa and pneumonia tumbled,
then started a steadv climb at

the beginning of the year, U.S.
Public Health Service officials
watched it closely. Now, how however,
ever, however, latest reports show a slight
decline in the first week of Feb February.
ruary. February. As far. as can be deter deter-minea'A'sttrUiu
minea'A'sttrUiu deter-minea'A'sttrUiu was not an im important
portant important 'factor In the recent in increase,
crease, increase, though the Health Serv Service
ice Service still recommends vaccina vaccinations
tions vaccinations against, it, especially lr

eiaeriy persons wno are naxaesv
hit by respiratory diseases. j

maior switch in allipri nolirv Th

Allies have insisted that any test

armament proposals, including an

East-west agreement to nau pro

auction oi atomic weapons.
Officials; refused to predict the
outcome of the Killian inquiry.

They also emphasized that a fi

nal decision was months in the
future.
Britain and France were said to
be reluctant to halt nuclear test testing
ing testing at this time. They trail the
United States in this phase of nu

clear development. 'Britain wants

to hold more tests. France has not
yet held a nuclear test.
Another question is whether Rus Russia
sia Russia could "cheat" on an atomic
test ban. It-had been suggested

the Soviets could explode a nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapon underground and
thus avoid the tell-tale radioacti radioactivity
vity radioactivity whreh accompanies a surface

or air burst.

Aside ton espionage, the only
nflie known, way to detect such

a test would be by pickin?, up re

suttant earth tremors on seismo

graphs.
The AEdtold newsmen March
c that earth waves nroduced by a

deep U.S.- underground shot last
Sept. 19 weredetec ted at a max maximum
imum maximum distance of 250 miles. This

apparently lent strngtn to argu arguments
ments arguments that this country could not
detect Soviet underground blasts.
,wnt Soviet undereround blasts.

However, the commtssiot an an-Monday
Monday an-Monday that the U.S. test

actually was detected 2,3020 miles

away The AEJ mamea me in inaccurate
accurate inaccurate statement" on ''an inad;
.... tnt error hv the AEC stall.

It said it was corrected as soon

as possible.
ELECTRIC PQWSR SALE
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Commenting on the future, Presi President
dent President Philip Sporn predicted that
the age system in 20 years will
have to quadruple its energy pro production
duction production facilities and raise its an annual
nual annual energy generation to nearly
100 billion kilowatt hours.
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Calif., points do a world globe as he issues a statement about
the missing Explorer satellite. Dr. Pickering said, "There is
every indication that the satellite fired March 5 did not func function
tion function normally and thereMs a great probability that it is not in
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THURSDAY, MARCH 13. US

SYRIA CHARGES INCIDENT
DAMASCAS, United Arab Re Re-pubic
pubic Re-pubic (UP) An Israeli unit
opened fire on an Arab shepherd
Id an attempt to steal his herd
of cattle in the Banias area of
the Syrian, Israeli and demilitar demilitarised
ised demilitarised zone today, a Syrian mili

tary spokesman said. The spokes
man '-said Syrian army units
rushed to the ahopherd's aid and
savedt he cattle. There were no
Arab casualties, be said.
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micc TTinrrn ANN WAV BECOMES ENGAGED

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TO MR. HAROLD A. EBERHARD,

LCDR. and Mrs. J. P. Ry, MSC, USN, of Portsmouth,
New Hampshire, announce the engagement of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Judith Ann to Mr. Harold A. Eberhard. Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold A. Eberhard, Ozone Park, Queen?, New
York.
Both Miss Rav and Mr. Eberhard are of the graduating
class at Parsons School of Design, New York City. Mb Ry
graduated from Balboa High School. Mr. Eberhard served
with the Army in Korea and Tokyo. He Is presently attend attending
ing attending New York University.
LCDR. J. P. Ray is a member of the Chagres Lodge,
Masons. Mrs. J. P. Ray is a member of the Fern Leaf
Chanter. 0. E. S.

Col. and Mrs. Bnice
Entertain For Visitor
fnl nH Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce
entertained a small group of their
friends, at their Herrick Heights'
home last night. The guest of hon honor
or honor was- Mrs. Dolly Corbin, Mrs.
Bruce s sister, who is visiting
frdm Washington.
Mrs. Corbin arrived here the day
before yesterday. She plans to
stay for about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan
Honored At Reception
Chaplain Donovan was host at
a reception at Ft. Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club lastweek on honor of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Donovan, who are making their
second visit to the Isthmus from
their home in Baltimore Md.
The Donovans plan to stay
bout a month.
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Reception at Golf Club
Follows City Council
Mf and Mrs. Richard Dehlinger
and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fisher
were hosts to a group including
officials of the City Council and
friends from the American Colony
in Panama, at a reception at the
Panama Golf Club on Friday eve evening
ning evening following the presentation of
the keys of toe city to Mr. Deh Dehlinger
linger Dehlinger and Mr. Fisher. A buffet
supper was served and there was
dancing to the organ music of Lu Lu-cho
cho Lu-cho Azcarraga.
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Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Jr.
Announce Birth
Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Hoffman
Jr., of Annanda'e, Virginia, an announce
nounce announce the birth of a daughter,
Katrina Anne, on March 8.
Mrs. Hoffman is the former Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth McKee who resided in the
Canal Zone when her father, the
late Col. William H. McKee, was
stationed at Quarry Heights.
Mr. Hoffman is the son of form former
er former Canal Zone residents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl P. Hoffman of Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, New York.
Mrs. William H. Allen of the 15th
Naval District, and Major Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Hoffman of Okinawa, are the
baby's aunts.
Bob Wills Nmd
To Dean's List
Bob Wilis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wills of Balboa, and a last
year's graduate of Balboa High
School, has been named to the
Dean's list at Duke University,
Durham, N.C., where he is a fresh freshman.
man. freshman. He was the only freshman
who attained the grade of "A" in
naval science. Wills has been
pledged to Phi Kappa Phi Frater Fraternity.
nity. Fraternity. Mrs. Duntrnmhe
To Hold Open House
For Former Zonian
Mrs. Wilbur C. Dunscombe will
hold "nnpn hniise" at har hnma
hwmww mw v. uviuv,
21S-B, Ancon (Fishbowl Area)
this evening at 8 o'clock in honor
of Mrs. Margaret Hardy of Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. Florida, who is a former Can Canal
al Canal Zone resident. y.
Mrs. Fred Weed
Feted At Shower
At Hotel TivoU
Mrs. Fred Wead
the sur
Lpnsed
a qapy
showe
last
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lorv and Mrs. Betty Rnhinsnn
The attractive huffot tahlo w.
decorated with miniature baby
strollers, ribbons and pink carna carnations.
tions. carnations. A nlavnen whirh was thn
gift of the hostesses, was filled
witn gitts.
About 50 ladies attended.
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DEVELOPS NEW TRACTOR
BIRMINGHAM. Mich.. March
13 (UP) The Ford Motor Co.
announced today it has developed
a new line of diesel powered
farm and industrial tractors
which it claims are "the lowest
priced diesels in their field."
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Each notice for inclusion la Hut
column should be submitted in
tyac -Written form and mailed ee
the boa number listed daily hi 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
ev hand to the office. Notice at
meetings cannot b accepted by
Spanish Conversion
Class To Meet
The Canal Zone Snanish Conver
sation Club will hold a regular
meeung at 7:30 p.m. on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, March 19, at the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club. All persons
who are eligible for membership
in an officers' club are welcome
to join as members. This is not
classroom instruction, but is an
ODDOrtunitv for members and thpir
guests to improve their abilityto
i-uuverse in apanisn. au levels of
fluencv are WAlcnme Thoro fit A
no rules regulations, dued or form-
amies. Spanish speaking guests of
uiemoerg are particularly wel
come, uress is sport shirt or com comfortable
fortable comfortable attire.
For further detail nhrma f.nt
C. E. Mott, USN, at Quarry
neigms u or 4286, or Mrs. L. H.
De Armas at Balboa 2-4281 by
Monday. March 17.
Unity Lodge No. 1084
Of IBPO Bib. .Tier
Will Meet Saturday
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the
IBPO Elks of W., will convene
a special session for the Initiation
of candidates on Saturday, at the
- ..uu uuuge nu, session will
begin at 7:30 p.m.
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EVEN though a secretary types
most Of vour letters rfnn'r
a letter of sympathy. That should
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Even in this a Cfa whan mnrf tart
ters are typewritten, when you
write a letter of sympaty 'you
should actually "take pen In
hand."
ADLAI PLANS TOUR
Helsinki. Finland. March
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson will
visit Finland in June while on a
Scandinavian tour sponsored by
the Ford Foundation, the Finland Finland-America
America Finland-America Society said today. No
date for the trip has been re revealed
vealed revealed as yet.
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Later Years Can Be Rich
Or Empty; It s Up To You

Now that their children are
grown and gone from home, the
Browns, in then jate forties, are
having the trme of their lives.
They are as companionable, as
full of plans, as vnuch on the go
as they were during the first few
years of their marriage. Now as
then, they are able to do pretty
much asthey please and they are
making the most of their freedom.
The Grays are about the same
age as the Browns and they,, too,
have reared their family and earn
ed the right to think first of them
selves and what they want to do.
(But there the resemblance be between
tween between the two couples ends, for
the Grays are miserable with their
new freedom. They talk about
"rattling around in their house."
They are two lonely people who
no longer know how to have fun
together.
- What has made the middle years
a happy time foe one couple and
a lonely, frustrating time for the
other?
HOW YOU LOOK AT IT
Mainly it is a matter qf attitude.
The (Browns never allowed them
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By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA)- Arnold
Maxin, the new president of MGM
Records, is a man w4th a mission.
He wants to make the big movie
stars- "the household names,' as
he calls them into record stars.
And he has a lot of experience
in taking non-singers and trans transforming
forming transforming them into big record sel sellers.
lers. sellers. When he was at Ipic, he did
the very same with Sal Mineo and
Tony Perkins.
"The way the music business is
today," Maxin says, "you can take
anybody and make a singer out
of him well, almost anybody."
the first victim, or beneficiary,
of his plans with MGM is the hand handsome
some handsome French star, Louis Jourdao..
He'll get the Maxin treatment ce
incident with his coming movie,
"Gigr," which has Jourdan sing-
Ing some
Loewe tunes
tSSL
classicist.
li
as
never
let mv own
dislikes in
terfere with
professional ca-
reer.
His theories about music are
honest and incisive. Like his ana
lysis of the three types of popu-J
lar music record companies musi
turn out
For the untrained ears, the 12-to-lT-year-olds,
we have to have
songs with simple, basic rhythms.
For the 17-to-23-year-olds, who are
a little more sophisticated, the sngs
have to be a little more sophisti sophisticated
cated sophisticated the Johnny Mathis king of
thing. And, for the over-23s, we
make albums."
Similary, Maxin has divided pop
music into three categories "the
Kinu mai la most ouijeai ai)u e.-
presses the most soul is the real
Snvthm arwi Mnw nat rnmoa
country and western; an innocous
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third is straight pop songs."
It's easy to understand why
Tnpw's MfiM's Darent comoanv
hired Maxina nd gave him carte
blanche to run the company. He
combines the best features of mu musician
sician musician and businessmen, with the
added plus of intense likability, In
his first month with MGM, sales
zoomed 100 per cent. He's putting
the emphasis on promotion and
publicity; has cut down the num-
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selves to think that the time when

the children would be gone and
they would be alone should be a
time to be dreaded, Instead they
thought of it and talked of it as
a time they intended .to enjoy to
the utmost, just as they had deep
ly enjoyed the family years.
wnen tney lound tnemseives a-
lone at last, they were prepared
in their thinking and in their plan planning
ning planning to make the most of then then-new
new then-new freedom.
But the Grays never considered
their children's growing up and
leaving them as anything but a
terrible loss. They dreaded the
day when they would be left alone.
And when they were, they had
no idea of what to do with them themselves,
selves, themselves, except feel lonely and sit
around talking the the "empty
house." They let a big part of
their lives moveoht withobt mak
ing any effort to fill the gap.
Forthnately there are many more
Browns than Grays today, as more
and more couples see the middle
and late years as a time for do doing
ing doing some of the things they never
had time to do difrtag the crowded
family years.

He'll Make Almost
Anybody A Singer

ber of MGM releases, putting out
two where the old regime issued
a dozen; he's made sweeping
changes in the MGM executive set setup:
up: setup: he's designted Joni James as
Jus project No. 1 in an' effort to
bring her back to the spot he teeis
she deserves in the single field.
With Maxin in command, watch
MGM's smoke.
Gretchen Wyler, the large blonde
who starred in the Broadway mu musicals,
sicals, musicals, "Silk Stockings," "Damn
Yankees" and "Rumple," is cur currently
rently currently doing her singing in the
swank night club; Le Cupidon.
"I think it's a good idea," she
says, "for musical comedy starts
to work the clubs between shows.
Lit keeps them from getting rusty
btrangeiy, Gretchen has never
been approached by a recird com
spany. And it kind of mikes her
anad.
"Nowadays, sne say eve
body who isn't a linger is sinel
but real singers don't gel asked to
sing."
"Impossible," the Steve Allen
closing theme, has finally made it
orr a record. Steve wrdte some
words for the song and the Hi-Los
have waxed it fof Cohinibia. It's
anotner in Jsteve s recenl big pa
raae ot records
DICK'S PICKS: Tonv Perkins
first try as a song writer turns out
weu in "Indian Giver," his new
one via RCA. Others: "Glei" (Bil
ly Eckstine, Mercury); "Make
tioom tor Me" (The Rover Boys,
Vik); "Chant of Love" f Jack Ham
T0ucn
mer, Roulette); "The Sentimental
(Roger Williams, Kapp);
, ,she, i, Mt nn,!i.L, rii.u Ji
kXe rw f R
S.".1 Mercury), "MeXICall
1 Kanv TM RlA KnnWi r.niUll
"iri... t i. iif ,, r "'i
HonKy-Tonk Woman" (Tp Hh.
sell, Roulette); "Can't Walt" (The
Del Vikings, Mercury).
Good late poo owno albums on
London, W, Atwell plays "Fif "Fifty
ty "Fifty All-Time Hits," which is a lot
of good music for the money; on
Dcea. Bill Snyder plays "Themes
n' Distinctidn Froni Great Motion
Pictures": on Co'umbia, Erroll
Garner plays "Soliloquy," some
delicious stuff: on Capitol, George
Snearmg has help from" his auintet
and a vocal group and some lovely
sot star called "Nisht Mist"; on
Verve, Teddv Wilson oivac nut
with "I Got Rhythm" and otherd
mat move.
MGM's new Arcadv' series of
spoken records contains some fas-o-natirw
items, cnief of which is
Alec Guinness reading selections
from the works n Jonathan Swift,
inr.u"!"" oart of "Gullfver's Tra
vels, men there are a couple of
albums featurinc authors readme
heir own creations, such as Wil William
liam William Fanlkner nd rqr!nti McCaul McCaul-lers.
lers. McCaul-lers. And there's Sir Ralph Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, with a voice litre the sea.
doing justice to some bits ?nd
pieces from Joseph Conrad's works.
TRAIN DISASTER AVERTED
BELGRADE. Yugoslavia.
March 13 (UP) A 14-year-old
boy today was eredited "with a a-vertin
vertin a-vertin a major train disaster bv
sounding the alarm that halted
te crack international Ba'kan
Exnress within yards of a huge
bo'er on tV tracks.
Miroslav Krunic spotted the
hntildp' on the tracks yesterdav.
The TaniuT News Agency said
"if trig train had hit the rock it
wosM certainlv have been de-T-fl'le
and wou'H have overturned
Into the canyon."
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LOOKING FINE Despite a driving snowstorm, Mrs Mamie
Eisenhower appears to be very happy In these photos as she
arrives in Denver, Colo., to visit her mother. Newsmen ald
that Mrs. Eisenhower who had spenLtwo weeks at a Phoenix,
Ariz., beauty resort; looked a bit slimmer.

Spanish Conversation Club
Great Help To Its Members

Conversation, according to Web
ster, is the oral and usually friend
ly interchange of views and a uni
que Canal Zone clnb where only
Spanish is spoken is' twice-monthly
giving greater meaning to that
definition.
Modern N.Y. Cafe
Specializes In Old
Roman-Type Dishes
By JEANNE LESEM
NEW YORK (UP)- The bus!- 1
ness lunch is as old as imperial
Rome, according to Alan Lewis,
manager of 'A new 'Manhattan res-
Wtaurant that serves nttfife li 'the
f tradition of early Roman feasts.
The Romans talked shop at pri private
vate private banquets because there were
no fancy restaurants, he explained,
but today's VIP's do business in a
public dining room as grand as
any banquet hall the Caesars knew.
You don't have to be a business
executive to eat at The Fotum ofl
the Twelve Caesars. But to the
few weeks it has been open, this
restaurant has become a favorite
lunch and dinner spot for many
such men and women.
The management, Restaurant
Associates, Inc., did the interior in
what it called colors of ancient
Rome, with dark red fabrics cover covering
ing covering the walls. Waiters and cap
tains wear jackets in purple and
red. The establishment got its
name from early Italian protraits
of the 12 Caesars, which hang on
the wals.
But there's not a classical col column
umn column in sight.
The restaurant provides conven conventional
tional conventional chairs and tables and ban banquette
quette banquette seats instead of the couch couches
es couches and low tables of imperial Rome
Pancy Items
And the menu is in English, not
Latin.
The food, however, Is claimed to
be authentically early Roman.
"Straight from Apicius' cook-
bookv" said Lewis. "Apicius was a
Roman epicure, the first ro write
about cookery.
"But so far, the incredible rich
food described in his Cookery and
Dining in Imperial Rome hasnt
led any of mr guests to eat a io io-course
course io-course meal, as some early Ro Romans
mans Romans did."
Yet, it's amazing what happens
to a normally moderate eater when
faced with a bill, of fare that in
cludes:
Oysters with pink caviar.
Belgic pate with wllOo'af. serv
ed with Damscus plum sauce.
Artichoke with oyster puree fill filling.
ing. filling. Pheasant Scipio, roasted then
simmered in a sauce of orange
juice, grapes AfriCanus, rmts and
brandy.
Truffle-stuffed quau Cleopatra,
wrapped in Macedonian vine leaves
and baked in hot ashes.
Venison sauteed with truffle
and sauce vitae.
Vegetables seijved whole in the
early Roman ffshion.
A staggering! array ef desserts,
includh'g several varieties of thin
pancakes served with a flaming
sauce.
And so many other flaming dish dishes
es dishes that a guest almost wishes he'd
worn an asbestos suit.
History Lessons
The Forum may well be the only
restaurant in the world that gives
its staff history lessons oeiore
sending them mto the dining room.
"Many of our guests are inter inter-MfeH
MfeH inter-MfeH in the history of the period
and we like to answer as many of
their questions as we can," Lewis
explained.
If the menu leads you to expert
ment at home with Roman recipes,

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J The Spanish Conversation Club
as it' is formally called. Ooeratea
withoht dues, rules or regulations;
with the only requirements for
members being their MfgibiHty fr
membership in an officers' club an
agreement that regardless-of fluen fluency,,
cy,, fluency,, conversation during meetings
will be, carried on in the Spanish
language.
Organised by Mrs. Louis DeAr DeAr-mas,
mas, DeAr-mas, Spanish language instructor
who has been teaching several
courses to Caribbean Command
personnel at Quarry Heights, the
club was originally, designed only
.,as,a means of increasing, the mem members'
bers' members' ability to speak the language.
During -its more than 3 months
of. operation, the informally run
club his grown m size to over 20
members with increasing numbers
Of visits by guests from Panama
an opportunity for conversation
with their Panamanian neighbors
without having to ..worry, about be being
ing being embarrassed by mistakes.
This crossing, of tie language
barrier has, in the, opinion of Capt,
C. E. Mott, USN. Caribbean Com Command
mand Command deputy chief of staff and
club president, ?erved jto brings at
least some of the people of the
Canal Zone and Panama closer in
their understanding of each other
through friendly conversation.
The meetings, which are held
interchangeably in the four offic-
l..k.. am I1,a Vin-fin ciHn turipA
pl O C1UU9 UK UM m.imv oiuwun.vv
each month, ar erun informally wit
members instructed to come m
sport clothes and to "start talking
in Snanish to the first person they
meet". All members' re also in invited
vited invited to bring a Spanish-speaking
guest.
The club, in Its drive for more
members has issued an isyifation
to all persons interested in improv improving
ing improving their Spanish speaking ability
and who are eligible for member membership
ship membership in an officers' club, to attend
the next meeting which will be
held Wednesday, March 19. The
time and place cn be obtained
by calling iCapt. Mott at Quarry
Heights.
GETTING READY -Elvis
Presley, in a move to prepare
filmself for an impending Army
haircut, shows how he has had'
his Jocks trimmed to a "normal"
length, including abbreviated
(for him) sideburns. Presley,
photographed in Hollywood,
Will report for Army duty in
" after completing a movie.
we can offer these hints from Apt-
cius, via the Forum:
Many fowl and meat dishes wore?
cooked in a pickle marinade or a'
combination of wine, brock (or
stock), vinegar and oil.
Leeks, those large, succulent
members of the onion family, were
served as a vegetable course in ad-
cuiioa to their use in sauces
And it was Apicius who first ad
vised chefs to put a pinch of bar
1 ing soda in cooking water to keep
vegetables green.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 13. 1151

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT 9AILY NEWSPAPER

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RECORD SALES REPORTED
EAST PATERSON, N.J. March
IS (UP) Grind Union Co.,'
chalked up record sates ot $427, $427,-876,672
876,672 $427,-876,672 in the year ended March
1, Lansing P. Shield, presi

dent, reported today. This repre represents
sents represents a 14.4 per cent increase

over the previous sa'c record of

$374,155,488 in fiscal $956, he not

ed.

completed

Signal Oil 4 Gas Co. reported
completion of a gas well near
Lake Charles in Calcasieu Par Parish,
ish, Parish, La. Spokesmen said the well
flowed at a rate of 2,507,000 cubic
feet of gas and 417 barrels of 52.8
gravity of distil' ate from an inter-

val between 13,230 and 13,260

feet.

Drugar complained today that
some Bulgarian students prefer preferred
red preferred to dance the rhumba than
study Russian. It said students in

a reading room were aiscoverea
dancing rhumbas "to western
Mrs" behind locked doors when

they were supposed to be listen listening
ing listening to a lecture on Russia.

ROYAL DETECTS INCREASE
PORT CHESTER, N.Y., March
13 (UP) Royal Mc Bee Corp,
said it has detected an uptrend
in sales of office typewriters, The
company said although its sales
in these products are running be below
low below the first quarter o' 1957, de deliveries
liveries deliveries in February were the
highest for any month since last
October.

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Another excursion group take off to see Mexico about to board LACSA's Super Convalr
348. All arrangements for the excursion were made by travel agents Manuel Castillo, of the

Colon Travel Agenev, Monin de la Uuarcna, ranama Travel service; warns aiareie, rersons
Travel Bureau. Joining the vacationers on their flight was Manuel J. Grajales R., general
nager for LACS A in Panama. Midway during their sightseeing in Mexico, they will be
joined by another excursion group which mad e a stop-over of 15 days in Miami. Both groups
win return to Panama via LACSA.

Soclat an J Otherwise
(continued

Cristobal YMCA USO
Will Sponsor
Armed Forces Day Dance
The Cristobal Armed Serviets
YMCA-USO will sponsor its an annual
nual annual Armed Forces day dance on
the Atlantic side observing Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Day.
Members ot the Girls Service
Organization will serve as dance
partners. Music will be furnished
by Ivan Thorpe's Band. A phone
rail tn thn folks hack hom in tne

states will be the door prize tor

the evening.

Married service couples are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.

Mrs. Paul Thompson
Will Hold Open House
For Mrs. M. Hardy

Mrs. Paul Thompson of House
790 X Tavernilla Street will hold

Ocen House for Mrs. Margaret

Hardy, a former Canal Zone resi resident
dent resident who is visiting from Miami,

Fla.

Talk On Economic Planning Given

At Panama U By Point Four Deputay

' Before a select audience gather gathered
ed gathered in the library of the University
of Panama last Tuesday, Don
Stoops, deputy director of Point
Four, spoke on the. subject of "E "E-conomic
conomic "E-conomic Planning", in which he
emphasized on the importance of

attracting investment capuai.
Stoops' talk was based one of
the subjects being discussed in .the
Seminar on Problems, Technique
and Development of Fubhc Admi Administration,
nistration, Administration, currently being held at
the University.
He stated that the subject of eco economic
nomic economic planning has been very
much to the neWS m Panama re-
a.l ''

and that to a press release issued
t. v Prnaiitant Ernesto ae la

Guardia Jr. attached the greatest

of importance to economic- pun punning,
ning, punning, and assigned (he responsibi responsibility
lity responsibility to the National Economic Coun
v mi.:. hv the President

Stoops believes, will prove to be an
. in Panama s nrott-

cram for economic development.
Communities, states and ia ia-tions
tions ia-tions all have resources, inciudmg

people, characteristics, and faci facilities
lities facilities which lend themselves to ad advancement.
vancement. advancement. The major problem of
exonomic develonment. then. is

most often that of tying these to

gether in an integrated program

wnere greatest progress wru re

suit

Jetstar Transport
Sets New Mark
Calif. To Georgia

midipt-pi c,.. March 13

(UP)-A newly developed Lock Lockheed
heed Lockheed JetStar set a new unofficial
, speed record for small transports
today, averaging 557 miles pet
hour on a non-stop flight from
Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.,

The prototype of a new small
utility jet transport built for the
i Air Force covered the 1,928-mile
in nohhina Air Force

' Base, near here, in three hours

'and 29 minutes, Lockheed an
i MAIHIrlAl)

UUUllLVUi
Lockheed said the 10-paasenger

Jetstar was far aneai ot tne out
niuml nt five hours. 15 min-

i. ) 96 .ennnrts net on ADril

9, 1954, by a larger piston-engine
' Delta DC-7 on a ffifbt from Los

Angeles to Auama.
he Jetstar was built with Lock

heed Jetstar set a new unofficial

quest at Lockheed's Bur bank,
r.lif nUnt Tf annrnven bv the

Air Force, it will go into produc-
i t TJUiMtaal'a Msriptts nlant

An Air Force evaluation board

will meet here this week to make

the production decision.

One difficult step in this process
wilt be the availability of adeauate

ranital for develonmont nroirt

whether they be in the private sec

tor or in tne puduc sector, ton?
trary to the common belief, neith neither
er neither nrivnte individual, nnr crnvavfl.

ments are standing by breathless

ly, waiting anxiously to meet the
needs for investment capital. Such
canital ia usuallv available, hut the.

burgen of seeking it is upon the
country or area or community
which needs it, and to justify its

use, this process of orderly econo
mir nlannins ix vp.rv imnnrtant.

"When I sneak of investment ca

nital I An not refer nnlv tn foreign

capital. Capital tor financing de

velonment nroiects mav be obtain

ed through several different ways.
Some of these are as follows, and
they will all involve one degree

or another of government supervision:

1 1roueh increased domes

tic savings. This can result m a

combination of different means
such as taxation, voluntary sav

ing; import policies which place

ho hiffhest rmtres on luxury boohs.

Animstip ptoAH nnliciea which will

UVlllv.wv r
discourage speculative investments

and encourage productive invest

ments, etc.

Judiciary Group
OKs Amendment

On Vice-PreSident

WASHINGTON, March IS (UP)
-A Senate hidicrarv subcommit

tee today approved a proposed con-

sututional amendment to permit

a vice president to serve as act

ing President if the 'president is

disabled.
The subcommittee sent the bi

partisan amendment to the full

Senate Judiciary Committee which
appeared certain to approve it.
Nine of the 13 members of the
committee are co-sponsors of the
proposal.
In order to be effective, however,
the amendment must be approved

by two-thirds ot tne House ana se senate
nate senate and ratified by 36 of the 48

faiafi

The oltimate congressional fate
of the amendment was in doubt,

h House Judiciarv Committee

only yesterday rejected a Repub Republican
lican Republican sponsored propoosal for a

similar constitutional amendment.
The House vote reflected the

if! AW nf House Democratic lead

ers that a mere act of Congress Congress-riot
riot Congress-riot a constitutional amendment-

would be sufficient to resolve me

169-year-old problem of the disabi
lit., a the President.

Ill, Ul j
Tk nminiMrat on has insisted

X lit; a vj.

that a constitutional amendment

would be required Atty. Gen. wu wu-t
t wu-t Dawn has served notice

that he'll recommended a presides

tial veto of anrbUl dealing witn

U,C .UMJ

The proposeq amenumeu w
-j i il. Cmfa nhrnmmittee

en ay uic owiv -- T

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The Manna Bible Institute he.

gan classes on Tuesday at their

new location on uarios Ycaza t
San Miguel, in the Nazarene Chris Christian
tian Christian church.

Matriculation has been extend extended
ed extended td all persons. Enrollment can
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wart, Stewart, the Rev. Brewster, the Rev.

Oneal, or any ot the teachers.
The institute is in Its third year

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FIRE FIGHTING On Armed Forces Day Saturday at Albrook Air Force Base, spectators
will have an opportunity to see fire fighting equipment of the Albrook Aircraft Crash-Res-
i cue Unit. Above, personnel of the unit practice fire control on actual aircraft in the Cu Cu-rundu
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IN HOLLYWOOD.

By ERSKINE JOHNSON
f HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly Holly-woodites
woodites Holly-woodites Are Talking About: Mel
! Torme's escape out of the fog
(velvet) into the new role of 'dra 'dramatic
matic 'dramatic actor. His performance as
Mickey Rooney's brother in 'The
Comedian" paved the way for an another
other another non-singing role with Dana
Andrews in the movie, "The
Fearmakers." Mel claims "T h e
Velvet Fog" tag hurt rather than
helped his career.
"It bugged tvtryen including
mi," he says. "But I couldn't
stop it; It just kept rolling a a-long.
long. a-long. It turned out to bt an I I-ron
ron I-ron Fog for mo around Holly Hollywood."
wood." Hollywood." Elvis Presley telling pals he
hopes the Army will assign him
to truck driving duty his best
pre singing talent. There are
' some mothers, isu spect, who are
hoping the Army assigns him to
the first one-way rocket to the
moon. Mike Todd nammcr nammcr-ing
ing nammcr-ing home the news that "Around
the World in 80 Days" isn't head headed
ed headed for home screens. He's using
a series of clever newspaper car cartoon
toon cartoon ads. One of them shows a
couple stranded on a South Sea
island, with the girl telling the
boy:
"What good would a TV set
be? 'Around the World in 80
Days' will never be on televi television."
sion." television." Sneakv preview audiences hail hailing
ing hailing 10 year-old David Lass as a
new star in "The Proud Rebel,"
in which he appears with his pop
and Olivia de Havilland.
LIVING ROOM movie going is
costing theaters 89 millions cus customers
tomers customers a month with owners of
the nations Bijous and Ritzes

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screaming to Hollywood, "Stop
selling old movies to TV. You'll
ruin us."
So now Paramount, last of the
majors to do so, has sold its pre pre-1948
1948 pre-1948 backlog of 7i0 m3o vies to
TV for 50 million dollars. "If it's
a Paramount Picture, It's the
Best Picture in Town" was the
studio's ,ong time slogan and
the Paramount tilms now neaded
for home screens are among Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's best, with Bing Crosby's
most memorable musicals and the
greatest of the Crosby-Bob Hope
comedies in the block.
WHY DID Paramount sell its
films to TV, ignoring the Went
and frantic SOS irom t h e ae r
owners? Theater owners and mo moviegoers
viegoers moviegoers will be happy to knojw
the money will be poured into Mg,
high-budget movies for theaters
ONLY. There may be iewer thea theaters
ters theaters in the future, but resh TV
money has given Ho lywood's ma major
jor major movie studios their best
health rating in five or six years.
Here's the way a high-level film
maker described the revolutionary
changes in the film industry to
me:
"Theater owners are still say
ing there is nothing wrong with
their business that good pictures
won't cure, but Hollywood can't
make enough really good films to
supp y their demands.
"Today, and I'm sorry thtattr
owners will have to face it,
there is nothing wrong with tho
film production business tht a
few loss theaters won't euro."

It's Stubby Haye's funny about
the drive-in theater that listed a a-faong
faong a-faong its coming attracions:
"Reurn of the couple in the
brown coupe."

Till

DEAN MARTIN and Jerry Lew Lewis
is Lewis are becoaung a "together a
gain" team ami there'a nothing
they can do about it. Paramount
is re-issuing their movies, "Jump "Jumping
ing "Jumping Jacks" and "Scared Stil ."
But a Martin and Lewis on the
same stage isn't the only thing
Hollywood is reviving these days.
Since Warners announced a 3-D
return of "House of Wax," U-I
says it will return with "It Came
From Outer Space" and "Crea "Creature
ture "Creature From the Black Lagoon." So
you can start adjusting those pes pesky
ky pesky glasses again, but I suspect
there wil be a repeat of, "Peo "People
ple "People don't make passes at movies
that demand the wearing of glass glasses."
es." glasses." Pius XII Observes
Coronation Date
In Usual Manner
VATICAN CITY, March 13 (UP)
Pope Pius XII auietlv nhsprvoH
the 19th anniversary of his coro
nation yesterday with his regular
Wednesday audience in the great
Basilica of St. Peter's.
He canceled the traditional cor coronation
onation coronation ceremonies usually held
on this day as a sign of grief
over the conviction of the 'rishop
of Prato on charges of defaming
an Italian couple.
The 82-year-eid Pontiff descend descended
ed descended into the Basilica to greet and
bless more than 5,009 pilgrims
from all ova the.- world. He made
no formal speech, confining his
remarks to minor exchanges with
individuals.

PANAMA AMERICAN A

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Strvic.
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North and South vulnerable
North East South Weil
Pass Pass 1 V Pass
4 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead 2
I HERE were a ht of mistakps
in the bidding of today's hand but
none m the play.
South toyed with the idea of bid bidding
ding bidding a heart, decided to open one
ciuo ana neara one neart bounce
out of his mouth.
North thought that two no-trump
would be a beautiful bid but was
a little afraid that his partner
mignt mi approve as he sure
wouldn't have! With two no-trumD
thrown in fhe junk heap a raise to
three hearts was in order but
North bid four and the party was
on.
West opened the deuce of dia
monds. Dummy played the jack,
&ast the queen and south the ace
The queen of spades lost to West's
ace and West played the nine of
clubs.
South went into deep thought
and decided that the nine spot had
to be a doubleton. Hence dummy
played low and East's jack was at
lowed to hold the trick. East play played
ed played back the seven of clubs and
dummy was in with the queen.
A low heart brought out declar
er's king and West s ;,ce and the
eight of diamonds .vas led.
Dummy's king was played. West
had only six cards in the two mm
or suits and had snmvn up vilh
both major aces. If West held
five spades he would urely have
stuck in a nonvumerable overcall
Hence, West only neld four spad
es and would have three hearts.
South discarded ms remaining
diamond in the king of spades,
ruffed a diamond to get back to
his own hand, led the nine of
hearts and let it -ide East
showed out and South spread hie
hand.
Q The bidding has been:
North Cast South Wast;
1 Pass 3 Pass
3 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
S7 VKJS OQ 18985 AQJ
What do ou do?
ABi4 three no-trump. The
j nine-trick came looks easier than
the ll-trick tame and If there is
a tlam In the hand, your partner
'will hid stain.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner does bid ain
and his bid ia four diammula
I What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
Nuclear Reactors
Present Problems
Of Resonance Level
LEMONT, TO. (UP) Scientists
are working out the bugs in pro producing
ducing producing commercial electricity with
boiling water nuclear reactors at
Argonne National Laboratory.
So far the biggest bug they have
found is one called resonance in
stability.
Argonne technicians described
resonance instability as a waver
ing in reactor output when its pow
er level reaches a certain point
They say it is caused by feedback
between the activity of the rea
tor and the power it puts out.
Boiling water reactors operate
on the principle of atomic mate materials
rials materials heating water into steam,
which in turn drives an electrical
turbine. So far all boiling water
reactors have shown evidences of
resonance instability.
This would seem to end hope of
building a boiling water reactor
that could supply a high level of
sieaay electrical power, oui Ar Argonne
gonne Argonne scientists hope they have an
answer.
They say this obstacle can be
hurdled if the reactor can be de designed
signed designed so that resonance does not
develop until a safe distance above
the proposed maximum operating
level.
The reactor now in operation at
Argonne supplies much of the lab
oratory's electricity needs. But
even scientists operating it still do
not know the resonance level of
the power' plant.
They are now working on ways
to determine its resonance level level-without
without level-without pushing it to dangerdus ) )-peration
peration )-peration points When hey have
learned how to determine reso resonance
nance resonance levels, they can design boil
ing water reactors to work effi efficiently
ciently efficiently within these limits.
USUI HEALTH WARNING
ARNOLD, England, March 13
(UP) Health officer Dr. Hill Hill-frove
frove Hill-frove Robinson warned today that
the frying pan was "me of man's
worst enemies."
Robinson said a chief cause of
coronary thrombosis deaths be
tween the ages of 60 and C5 was.
"the over eating of fatty foods
over a long period coupled with
too little exercise."

INDEPENDENT DAItT II1WSEAEE1

NEW HOME Construction of a new building (above) to nous
N.M.S., began this month in the former Maintenance Division
Terminal hangar. Plans for the new building, which will be
slon building, were drawn last year by architects G. A. Doyle,
Hickman. Estimated cost for the structure is $25,000. The col
dolors of the Shrine: red, green and gold. The walls will be
house Temple property and still afford sufficient room lor pa
and similar activities.

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Darden, R. P. Meehan, E. G. Mika, D. A. Hope, Henry L. Donovan Civil Affairs director, and Sgt J F. Morris 'trainini offi officer.
cer. officer. Back row: j. A. Parsons G. tt. Tochterman, J. M. Corso, and J. E. Van Hoose.

Probationary Ql Policemen
Get Copies Of Ethics Code

Seven probationary policeman,
who have just completed a two two-week
week two-week indoctrination course, were
presented Tuesday with copies pf
the Canal zone mice code oi
ethics.
The presentation was made at
Canal Zone Police Headquarters
by Maj. iB. A. Parden, Canal Zone
Chief of. Police.
The brief Ceremony was attend
ed by Henry L. Donovan, civil
affairs director, who addressed the
probationary policemen briefly on
the importance and significance of
the Code.
The text of the code follows:
"As a Law Enforcement Offic Officer,
er, Officer, my fundamental duty Is to
serve mankind; to safeguard lives
and property; to protect the in in-nqcent
nqcent in-nqcent against deception, the weak
'against oppression or intimidation
and the peaceful against violence
or disorder; and to respect the
Constitutional rights of alf men to
liberty, equality and justice.
"I will keep my private life un
sullied as an example to all; main maintain
tain maintain courageous clam in the face
of danger, scorn, or ridicule;, de develop
velop develop self-restraint; and be con constantly
stantly constantly mindful of the welfare of
others. Honest in thought and deed
in both my personal and official
life, I will be exemplary in obeying
the laws of the land and the re
gulations of ray department. What Whatever
ever Whatever 1 see or hear of a confiden
tial nature or that is confided in
me in my official capacity will be
kept ever secret unless reveiauon
is necessary in the performance
of mV duty.
"I will never act officiously or
permit personal feelings, prejudi prejudices,
ces, prejudices, animosities or friendships to
influence my decisions. With no
compromise' for crime and rettm
less prosecution of criminals, i
will enforce the law courteusly

and appropriately without fear or
favor, malice or ill will, never
employing unnecessary force or
violence and ever accepting gra gratuities,
tuities, gratuities, f
"1 recognize the badge of my
office as a symbol of public fath,
and I accept it as a public trust
to be held so long as I am true
to the ethics of the police service.
I will constantly strive to achieve
these objectives and ideals, ac
dicating myself before God to my
chosen profession... law eniorce
ment."
The probationary policeman are
R. D. Meehan, E. G. Mika, D. A.
Hope, J. A. Parsons, G. R. Tocb
terman, J. M. Corso, and J. M
Van Hoose.
Rev. Limkemann
To Deliver Sermon
On Easter Morn
Chaplain C. O. Chaphe, Post
Chaplain at Fort Gulick and chair chairman
man chairman of the Atlantic Side Easter
sunrise program, announced today
that Rev. J. W. limkemann. sec
retary of the Central America a a-gency
gency a-gency of the American Bible So Society,
ciety, Society, will deliver the sermon at
tfie Easter sunrise service to be
held at Fort Davis. The Rev. Lim Lim-kemann's
kemann's Lim-kemann's topic will be "The Re Resurrection
surrection Resurrection Today."
TRAIN HITS TRUCK
RICHMOND, Va, (UPV-An At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line train split a
tractor-trailer truck in half near
here today, killing one man and
seriously injuring another. The
Victim war Walter 'farrow Cautrell,
35. Albert McMurray, was hospitalized.

e the paraphernalia and activities of Abou Saad Temple, AA.G.,
area, adjacent to Gaillard Highway and the old Civil Air
erected around a steel frame of a former Maintenance Dlvi Dlvi-Jr.,
Jr., Dlvi-Jr., and D. A. Yerkes. Contractors for the work are Dillon to
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Of gjass or concrete block. When completed the building will
trol drills, holding of the ceremonials, meetings of committees,

Point 4 Director Ralph Will Praises
RP's Urge To Raise Living Standards

Ralph Will, director of Point
Four in Panama, has extended
his greetings to the people of Pa'-
nama, in keeping with the spirit
of Point 4 Week", as proclaimed
by President Ernesto d'e la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr., The director said:
"It is a source of satisfaction
to us in the Point Four Mission
to note thereat desire of the peo people
ple people in Panama to nelp themselves
toward acquiring technical, know
ledge and skills so that they ( can
contribute effectively toward rais raising
ing raising the standard of living, creat
ing new spurces of wealth and in
creasing productivity
"This is the purpose of the Mu
lual Security Act of 1954".
Security Act of 1954
"This same spirit is stated in
the preamble of the Cnarler of the
United Nations... 'To promote so social
cial social progress and better standards
of life in larger freedom' ".
"If we m Point Four have con con-trbuted
trbuted con-trbuted something .toward the well
being of the people and. future
prosperity of the Republic f Pa
nama, we shall be very happy".
Will also said that the success
al Credit Seminar held in Panama
of the recent Regional Agricultur Agricultur-in
in Agricultur-in its impaot on other nations in
Latin America is attributed "in
large measure tti the careful pre preparation
paration preparation by the government of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. This statement Was made in a i
letter, sent to Victor Navas, Minist Minister
er Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and
Industry. Twenty other Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican countries were represent represented
ed represented by 122 representatives at tho
seminar.
The latter also asks, the Minist Minister
er Minister to convey to President de la
Guardia the thanks of the United
States government for the interest
shown by him in the Seminar and
the official support given by his
personal appearance at the open opening
ing opening session.
The latter said in part:

THTRSDAT, MARCH IS, 119

Zdhe Police code of ethic
"The Seminar afforded timely
discussions in an important field
of economic development. It is sig significant
nificant significant that 122 representative
from 20 countries of the American
Republics participated itt the ffr ffr-mlnar.
mlnar. ffr-mlnar.
, "If JmMVLWM? ivfn
to the Seminar speaks well of the
purpose of the 'meetings and field
trips, primarily designed to exa examine
mine examine varioiis probelms involving
agricultural credit, to exchange
ideas and experiences, and to for formulate
mulate formulate technical recommendations
for consideration of the respective
countries in the establishment and
i operation of the agricultural cre-
Hit fivntems
VFWPost 3822
Sponsors Donee,
Barbecue-Dance
The VFW Post No. 3822 wil!
soonsor an Armed Forces Day
dance Saturday night from 8 p.m.
Saturday night at the post Worn
m Curundu featuring door prizes,
games and dancing till almost
dawn.
The post has also announced a
pre-election barbecue and dance,
offering "all yoU can eat," draught
beer, sodas, door prizes and gamta
at $1 per ticket. Tickets for chil children
dren children under 12 are" set' at 50 centi.
Tickets for" the 'barbecue-dtnee
are being sold by VFW members.
ADVERTISING INCRBASIf
NEW YORK, March 13 (UP)
National spot advertising revenue
increased 26.5 per cent over 1951
last year to" $183,987 ,000, accord according
ing according to the Stitfon KepftsentaJivei
Association Inc. The SRA said the
upward trend Is continuing m
1958.

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functions of Detachment 4, and
otheri like it throughout the-world,
are to collect, evaluate, edit, and
publish radio facility charts and
other essential data necessary for
air operations 'in Central aid
South America and the islands of
the Caribbean.
The preparation and mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of stantUrdiied radio facili facility
ty facility charts and other data, is based
upon an agreement between Ihe
United Stater Great Britain, and
Canada wherety the world has
been divided into segments and
each segment assigned to elem elements
ents elements of the Royal Air Force or the
United States A-r Force. Thoe
phases of the project for which
the United Stat is com milted rr
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with the Air Forie "espwsible for
the publishing. The information is
gathertd,from a ariety of sources
such as ye national governments
of Lath. America the Latin Am American
erican American military organizations, com
mercial airlines individual plots,
U.S. military orcanzaliins, and
personal contacts. Since thn radio
facility charts are made available

completeness constitute
oortion of Detachment

a major
4's work-1

Detachment 4, publishes, bi bimonthly,
monthly, bimonthly, the Radio Facility Charts
for the Caribbean and South Am America
erica America which lists all radio aids m
navigation and airfields which ean
be used by solitary aircraft ThY
charts are distributed to all au
thorized persons and agencies, civ
U and military, within the geogra
phic area covered. Corrections

are issued every two weeks in the:
form of "Military Aviation Not-j

ices A second pumicaiion, tnc
Supplementary Flight Information
Document fof the Caribbean and
South America, is prepared on an
annnal basis to supplement the
charts. It contains data if a more
permanent nature for (he use ot
pilots and crew member.
The gathering of data, its evatua.
tion. analysis, and editing for pub publications
lications publications are functions of 'he lo local
cal local detachment. Tbe actual print printing
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ment also processes intrumnnt
approach procedures for publics
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handbooks. The handbooks, offi official
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proach and letdown procedures,
are published by the Aeronautical
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St. Louis, Missouri. Through the
assistance of the Aeronautical
Chart and Information Office at
Albrook, pilots stay on course.

DRAFTING CHARTS A member' of the Aeronautical Chart
and InforniaUon Office at Alorook Air Force Base, drafts a new
page for the Radio Facility Chart used in the Caribhean and
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IB PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEPBNItliW DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY. MARCH
Mercury Plays CHS-Alumni f or Atlantic Tmloop Lead Tonight
Nachio May Sign
Gil Garrido Jr.
For KC Farm Club
Second Annual Track & Field
Night At Mt. Hope Monday
Powells Wallops CHS
For 1st 2ml Half Win

LGfc

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

STANDINGS
Atlantic Twiliflt Baseball
Teams W L Pet.
Mercury Outboard 3 1 .750
CHS-Alumni 2 1 .666
PoweUs 1 2 .333
C.H.S. 1 3 .250
Tuesday's Results
i Powell! 26, C.H.S. 2.
Tonight's Game
C.H.S.-Alumni v(. Mercury,
By TREVOR SIMONS
Powells bounced back Tuesday
night from, their two consecutive
defeats and made merry off the
offerings of three C.H.S. hurlers,
combing their offerings or 20
hits and a 26 run total Noel Gib Gibson
son Gibson was the winning pitcher, bis
eighth for the season.
The Powell hurler had a no-hitter
going until Jon McGraw open opened
ed opened the bottom of the fifth with a
single to left. Gibson turned the
mound chores over to Louis De
Deaux in the seventh frame, and
the Tigers collected three hits,
one a triple by George Detore,
for a pair of runs.
When the smoke cleared from
the massacre, Laurel Hightey of
Powells had collected five hits
in six trips and Noel Gibson had
aided his own cause with a per perfect
fect perfect 4 for 4.
Dick Vinas started en the hill
for the Tigers and was charged
with the defeat. He was followed
by Billy Gibson and then George
Kirkland as C.H.S. failed to do

anything right all night. In addi addition
tion addition to surrendering 20 hits the
trio of Cristobal hurlers gave up
11 walk and usually dependab.
C.H.S fielders were having a bad
night afield with a total of 8 er errors.
rors. errors. Battle for First Place Tenight
A battle for the second half
lead will be the feature tof to tonight's
night's tonight's activity at Mt. Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium with the C.H.S.-Alumni sched scheduled
uled scheduled to meet Mercury Outboard,
the winner to become undisputa undisputa-ble
ble undisputa-ble holders of first place.
Bill Hughes has been saving
his ace. Pat Ouinllan for this
"big" one, even to. the extent of
holding hrm out of last bunaay s
Kit defeat that the Alumni suf
fered at the hands of Cristobal.
The Mercury mentor might come
uo with a newcomer to the 1958
Atlantic Twi-loop tor thia one
'Cookie" Stemnet has been on
the Mercury roster foe a couple
of weeks now but has seen no
action to date.
. If Louis Charles decides against
starting Stempeel, he might go
himself against the strong second
half contenders, or might elect
to send Charlie Hinz oot after
win No. 7. At any rale both Merco
ry and Alhmni have their mound
staffs in fine condition after a
ennH 4-riav rest from Sundav.
Mercurv holds a slight edge in
the hitting department with such

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

New names continue to be re
gistered weekly in the President
Remon's statistics and Stud Book
office. Here are some of the
names of two-yearold thorough
bred natives that will soon make
their debut:
Titita, chestnut daughter of Key
haven-Glory's Ace.
Mohicano, bay son of Tamesis
Sensitiva.
Jabalina, chestnut daughter of
Keyhaven-Jam Roll.
Domitila, bay daughter of Key
haven-Stalaban.
Silverio, roan colt by Keyhaven
Certa H.
Buscapleitos, brown filly by Ta
mesis-Mrs. Cristina.
Sahri, bay filly by Keyhaven-
Callmedear.
fBargal, brown filly by Barretin
Argyle Street.
Luis H. (Mago) Farrugia Is
completing arrangements for a
trip to Miami, Ha. rarrugia is
reportedly interested in buying a
good horse to compete in the May
4 mile and five-eighths $15,000
added President of the Republic
Classic.
li oOo
i Former track championship can candidate
didate candidate Mossadeq, an Impressive
winner in 1:39 2-5 for a mile last
Sunday, has been put up for sale
by his owner, Claudio Endara.
oOo
The beautiful silver trophy that
will go to the owner of the win

TOnAY rfW

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notable stick-men as Joe Criero,

Lem Kirkland and AdieJ Flynn.
not to mention Tomterman, a re recent
cent recent addition to the outfield, who
had 3 for 4 against Powells last
Sunday. Game time tonight is 7
o'clock.
Pownlls
AB R H PO A E
Hall lb
Dedeaux ss-p
Gibson N. p-ss
Highley 3b
Hooper ef
6 3 3 11 1 0
6 3
4
Sapp 2b
Haas If
Rosenkrani e
Rankin rf
C.H.S.
Sasso 2b
Palumbo J.
Humphrey cf-lb
Vinas n-cf
AB R
2 0
H PO A t
0 3 3 2
Kirkland c-lb-p
Cabandlas 3b
Fields ss
McGraw rf
Bruce If
Detore G. If
Gibson W. lb-p
Totals
27 2 4 21 8 8
Along The Fairways
GAMBOA GOLF
AND COUNTRY CLUB NEWS
Gamboa Golf and Country Club
is announcing that there will be
two golf tournaments held during
the month of March.
The first tournament win oe a
two-club tournament that is be being
ing being held the weekend of March
15 and 18. Each member will be
required to use the putter as one
club, but the other one can be
of his own choice.
There la an entrv fee of 50
tier member, and the arizes will
be determined by the cumber of
entries. So. let's have a ng turn
out for,, this tournament.
The second golf tournament will
be the annual Cerveceria National
tournament for all lady Golfers of
the Isthmus. Qualifying rounds
will be held March 22 and 23.
The monthly PWG A Tournament
will be held in connection with the
aualifvins rounds of the Cervecs-
ria National tournament on March
22. The course will be open for
practice rounds fror.i this date un until
til until the qualifying rounds.
U. S. STARTS WIN
CAIRO, Egypt (UP)- Dorothy
Head Knode of Forest Hills, N.Y.,
and Barry MacKay of Daytin, O O-hio,
hio, O-hio, advabced to the mixed dou double's
ble's double's semifinals of the Cairo In International
ternational International tennis tournament Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday with a 6-4, 60 victory over
Konrad Zanger of East Germany
and Mrs. L. Hara of Egypt.
ning thoroughbred in S u n d a y's
Francisco Arias Paredes Classic is
now on display in the shew win
dows of the French Bazaar.
Speaking of the classic, there
is the likelihood that Double
Four's three-quarter mile track
mark of 1:10 1-5 will be smash smashed.
ed. smashed. This conclusion has been
drawn by many after last week's
record-breaking and near record
times.
The owner of the winner of Sun
day's classic will collect $7,800
65 per cent of the purse which
ia $4,875 plus $2,925 in added mon
ey from the entrance fees. The
place horse will earn $1,500, the
show horse $750 and the fdurth
place finisher. $375.
oOo
The owners of Embassy have
reportedly offered little Heliodoro
Gustines $270 more than his reg
ular share as a bonus if he wins
the Francisco Arias Paredes. Em
bassy, one of the rank outsiders.
is not given much of a chance by
the "experts." The winning jock
ey's share is $780 or ten per cent
of the winning owner s cut.
oOo
Golden Rockets Pepin, Corviglia
Deungalope, Platano, Bathina and
Florete are newcomers scheduled
to make their local dsbut this
Sunday. Golden Rocket and Pepin
are English-bred three-year oldss
The others are all South Amen
can two-yearolds.
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GIL GONZALO GARRIDO JR.
1 A OaU.. It ...
uaacuau scum joe iacnio is
i- jrosted in having 17-year old
snortstop gh Gonzalo Garrido Jr.
join his Kansas City Athletics or
ganization, a reliable source re
vealed today.
-A product of the local Lions
Club leagues, young Garrido is at
present a student in Spain where
recently won an interscholastic
.batting championship with a .580
ixacnio nopes to worn out ;ome
T LI. I .
'"naement with Gonzalito's par
entswhen the lad returns home
uu vacation in June. It is plan planned
ned planned that he complete a business
course before he plays profession
al ball.
Fancy-fielding Garrido Jr., who
has developed into a husky ado
lescent since going to Europe over
a year ago, will form part of
bpanisn au-star team wnicn is
scheduled to tour Germany, Italy
and Holland early in May.
His father, Panama's director
of sports and physical education,
was a star shortstop with the Pro
League's Policia National club club-during
during club-during the 1940s. The elder Garri Garri-do's
do's Garri-do's baseball activities as a (.lay (.layer,
er, (.layer, manager and instructor have
taken him to many countries in
Central and South America and
Europe.
Nachio. who was Garrido's for
mer teammate in 1943, piloted the
Chesterfield Smokers to the 1955
56 pennant. Hi3 Carta Vieja Yan
kees copped the Pro Loop flag
last season and finished behind
Cuba in a second-place lie with
Puerto Rieo hi Tine tenth Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Series held at San Jua last
month.
Joe was co ownsr of the cham champions
pions champions and also served as general
manager.
Exhibition
Games
(VERO BEACH, Pla.)
(Braves (N) 000-012-0003-53
Dodgers (N) lU-KMK)l-4---l
Jy, Rehm (4), Willey (6), Mc Mc-Mahon
Mahon Mc-Mahon (8) and Rice, Sawatski ( )5;
McDevitt, Harris 5), Mauriello
(7), Negray (9) and Walker, Sher Sherry
ry Sherry (5). WP-Negray. LP-McMahon.
HRS-Aaron, Mathews.
(LAKELAND, Florida)
Cincinnati (N) 300-100-104-9-16-1
Detroit (A) 3000000-121-7-140
Wieand. Pena (7) and Dotterer;
Hoeft, Roxman (4), Byrd (7), Dan
iel (9) and Wilson, Thompson (7).
WP-Pena. LP-Daniel. HRS-Kuenn,
Kaline, Dotterer 2, Taylor.
(St. PETERSBURG, Pla.)
'R i -m, rain)
New York (A) (XWOOO-o 1 0
in. Louis. ( N ) 022-20006 7 0
Turlev. Shots 4). Duren (6)
and Btjrrt, Blantiiard (5); Miiell,
Miller (5) and H. snuw. wr-jni-sell.
LP-Turley.
(TAMPA, Pla.)
(7 innings, rain)
Pittsburgh (Nl 002-000-0-2-7-1
rhif3rn rAl 000-000-5 5 O
Williams, Blackburn (4), Doug
las (7) y FoUes; Donovan, ataiey
(4), Derrington (i) J uar. o
Derrington. P-Douglas.
(AT SARASOTA.)
Boston (A) vs. Washington
(rained out).
(A)
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GETTING INSTRUCTIONS Tony Womble is seen getting some
instructions from his coach John Petting'ill, on the fine art of
discus throwing. Womble will be a Bulldog entry in both the
shot and discus for the Balboa Relays on March 21-22 at Balboa
Stadium.

Pacific Softball League

Second
Tuami
Half Standing
W L Pet.
3 0 1.000
2 1 .667
1 1 .500
Abernathy Unisport
Cerveceria National
Ft. Clavton Cav.
Hq.5 CK 1st. B. G.
Bokel
0 2 .060
0' 2 .000
Abernathy Edges Pan Liquido
2 to 1
An outstanding pitching per
formance by Lou Hilzinger be behind
hind behind Abernathy Uhisporters' sharp
fielding edged the second place
Cerveceria' National Monday 2 to
l. Mcwair Lane again went down
in defeat by Abernathy.
Both teams scattered four hits
as Hilzinger and Lane had goon
control on the mound, Abernathy
captured the game in the lowe:
third, scormg two runs on two
singles backed by two Pan Liqui Liqui-do
do Liqui-do errors. The Beermen's only
run came in the lower seventh on
three errors by Abernathy.
Most of the thriller saw rapid
infield action as well as master
plays by the supporting outfield
ers.
No one player acquired more
than one hit.
The box score:

Cerveoirla AB R H
Kosik 3 0 1
Padron 2 0 0
Ostrea 3 9 0
Lane 3 0 0
Lane 3 0 0
Huertas 3 0 1
Blog 3 0 1
Carlin 3 10
Pfhal 3 0 0
McArthur, G. 10 0
Campise 2 0 1
Total 26 1 4
Abernathy AB R H
Taht 2 11
Malene 3 10
Jones 3 0 1
Hilzinger 3 0 1
Husted v 3 0 0
Flynn 2 0 0
Chance 2 0 1
De La Mater 2 0 0
Dunn 2 0 0
Tital 22 I A

Pan Liquid Wins Second
Sam Catlett's runners-up m the
first half continue their winning
streak by an 8-to-3 score. The Ft.
Clayton Cavaliers were the Beer Beer-men's
men's Beer-men's opponents.
'Big Mac" Lane pitched master masterly,
ly, masterly, allowing six hits including a
home-run by McDermott do deep
left in the seventh. Caratini 'suf
fared the defeat after seven
times and also giving up one
hime-run. Huertas connection the
Beermen's roundtripper.
Cerveceria National tallied
three bis runs in the third and
sixth innings attached to two
the first.
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The box score:
Clayton
Leonard
Larimore
Sotomayor

AB
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
2
1
ff.
2
2
AB
h
2
4
1
3
3
1
O
2
3
H
0
0
0
Robinson
0
1
1
1
McDermott
Matasic
Caratini
Smith
Jenkins
Williams
Ficken
McPerry
Cerveria
Kosik
Padron
Ostrea
Lane
Blog
Huertas
McGlade
Campesi
Pfhal
McArthur
0
0
2
1
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Basketball
Results
Arkansas 61 SMU 55
NCAA REGIONAL
First Round
At Now York
Dartmouth 75 Connecticut 64
Manhattan 89 West Virginia 64
Maryland 86 Boston College 63
At Ivanston, III.
Miami (Ohio) 82 Pittsburgh 77
Notre Dame 94 Tenn. Tech 81
At Oklahoma City, Okie.
Oklahoma St. 59 Loyola (La.) 42
NAIA
First Round
Win Mont. 88' Assumption 73
AnH'snn (Ind) 102' Union (fgnn) 86
v. Te St. 66 Dul. Br. of Minn. 59
Youngstown 88 Quincy 61
t Sou. 79 Okla. Baptist 68
Wm OHinois 74 Georgia Tchr 62
N'm fS D. St. 71 St. Benedict 52
Geo'towri (Ky) 93 Rider (N.J.) 76
Sports Briefs
U. S. WINS
GRUMS. Sweden (UP)- The
United States ice hockey team
which. ifinished fifth in the1 world
amateur championships last week
end. scored a 64 victory over a
Swedish ail-star team Tuesday.
RACING DAYS MAY GO UP
ALBANY, N.Y., (UP) A bill
to increase the legjl limit of rac
ing days in New York from 210 to
215 appeared headed for almost
sure passage by the State Legis
lature.
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table vegetable pais help stimulate the flow
of liver bile. Soon your digestion
atarts functioning properly and
you feel that happy days are her
again t Don't tvtr stay aunk.
Alwayt keep Carter's Little liver
Pills on hand. Ask your druggist

The second annual track and

field night will be held on Mon Monday
day Monday evening, at 7:00 p.m. at Mt.
Hope Stadium.
This will be the night when all
schools on th Atlantic Side will
compete against each other. Cris
tobal High School, Cristobal Ju
nior High School, Cristobal Ele
mentary, North and South Marga
rita Elementary, and Gatun Ele
mentary in addition to Armed
Forces and unattached runners.
There will be twenty-two events
to pick from in the track schedule,
ranging from the 50 yd. Dash to
the mile run. Also, included will be
a new event, in fact, R may be
the first time it has been run in
school competition, and that is the
Shuttle Hurdle Relay.
This will give all the scnoois a
chance to run through their re-
lays under competition, before the
Balboa Relays. So if any service
man would like to enter this meet,
please call. Coach Moser, 3-1817,
anytime during the oay.
The public is invited to attend
this meet and the admission will
be free. So come out and watch
the boys and girls run, from the
ages of 8 to 25.
Pericos Down league
Leading Macaws
Sy DAN DES LONDES
Second Half Standings
WL
4 2
Conejos
Pumas
Macaws
Palomas
Ocelots
Pericos
Tuesday the Pericos won their
first game of the second half from
the Macaws five to three. This
created a three-way tie among the
Conejos, Pumas and Macaws.
The Pericos Winning inning was
the second when they scored four
runs. They also sewed ah insur?
ance run in the fourth. The Ma Macaws
caws Macaws scored all thdir runs in the
sixth when Smith nt a home run
with two men on
This game was
ore or less a
pitchers' duel bet
en Gary Ness
and Bob Fortune,
ess ending up
on toD. Ness st
k out 14 and
Walked only four
Fortune did a
good job but be
alked just too
many batters.
The Pericos uttl
shortstop' Bob
Bowen really save
them from los
ing the game whe
in the fourth
inning the Macaws
lad bases load
ed and Doug Prie
came to bat
ana smasnea ; wnat looked iike a
sure hit good for a'counle of runs
but Bowen made a leaping dive at
the hard hit ball, rolled over on
his back and came up with it for
the third out.
the box score:
Perices
Ab
3
5
2
2
3
2
2
4
4
Ab
4
3
2
4
3
2
3
4
4
4
1,
Marcum
D, Ness
G. Ness
Carroll
uerger
Weade
Green
Bowen
Barnes
Macaws
Priester
Watts
Smith
Fortune
Thompson
Clkyton
MfcGowin 0
Stielov
Chase
Chase
rteVore ,
IAMI BEACH. Fla. iRWhhv
"Jpergs, 133, Chicago, outpoint
eupuigei Komnson, 133, Havana
cuna' (in).
. 1 hat i
CHICAGO Ernie Terrell, 193
nycago, stopped Johnny Harper
215, Steubenvrlle, Ohio (1): Sonny
uston, zio, St. Louis, stopped Ben
wise, aw, oawand, calif. (4).
BOISE, Idaho Roque Mara
viHa, 177, Nampa, Idaho, knocked
out Billy Lanza, 175, Seattle,
WfShr., (6).'
RICHMOND, Calif.-Vic Cardot
14(1, Oakland, Calif., outpointed
Buddy McDonald, 142, San Fran
cisco, (8).
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"LIFE AT STAKE"

a J

Cerveta Balboa moved out in
front by winnine all four eames

from the 'Marlboro" team, it
was not easy for the "beer-men"
to take them because the "cjgar-ettes-men"
fought all the way and
lost the third game by only one
pin. Torres, G. carried Ms team
to victory with a neat 562: be
received help from Sais, R. with
406 On a losing cause Hervey
tried real hard and camer oot
with 447 while Domingucz helped
with 409.
The "Ramble's of Hull Motors"
decided it was time to start to
go "UP" so they took three from
the "Rodelag" team. Serma, M.
and Taylor, A. were' the big fac
tors on the winning side with
498 and 438 while Montoya and
Rhm shipped in with 492 and 405.
"Mercurio Jewelers" and
"Smoot and Pareaes" spent the
night counting and re counting
that first game but it all added
up to 849 a piece so they settled
for point per team.; from then
in it was "the cats men" out in
front with 2 more wins while th
lewelers took one. Morehouse. 0.
with 455 and Cruz with 3S4 help
ed the winners. Hddgo improving
each week contributed 435 i or
best effort while DeArza helped
him with 385.
'La Mascota" made their sec
ond game useful and it was their
spring-board to take two games
from the ''Vblkswaeen" team so
thev settled? for ,-JJd gentlemen's
snlit. Nunez; M: SflEUra, J., va.
j MuT 1 w M.-
nuez. J ana rsoH, v. ?
fmir hi oh niit of the two teants
with 518, 473; 4BS ana respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Movt week we expect to see a
xvu ea
battle for first place and for the
rest of the teams a oaue ior
u.tt nneit nn in the staniing.
We heard someone mention mat
ucttu r"-'-'" ,
the name of this league was go
ing to De cnangeu
Bowling league" to 'The fancy
.ui.t. Dnmimo leaeue One thing
is sure:
evprvone was
with the serectibn
you next week.
PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Colonial Insurance i?
j44-2B
TivoB Motors
39-33
Colptji Motors '3a3aswwtt
APA
Tasco Battery
Abattoir National
Tahiti Jewelry
37-35
36-36
35-37
dO-42
Spalding Dot
27-45
Colonial Insurance 3
Colpan Motors i
Colonial Insurance picked up two
nnint in tMS VlMWa
T .1 elinCTITllllItU ui wv
ui iiorr,, Kiumno. scuu
uie . t ipw.
leading Colomai insurance.
1? j" t.. rA and Vi. scored
age one pomt ana uiew, ---.ui.j
niaarsi hi the team
lam ui"
8UndinA8- t.w.1. Motors 1
APA by winning two points
. fr:..ll Mntnrfc Hew itttO
Sh Place, Dik Syster pUotod
APA with 604. ror ."r'
. ftVilv Coffey could motivate
bis black sphere, scoung
lead his team.
551 to
Dot 1, Tasee BaHery 1
Spaldint
A 64 pin handicap played an im im-t.nt
t.nt im-t.nt nsrt in Soaldihg Dot win-
twopmts-oneb.onepm
and the otner ny nw
nk Rnimr), soared rOVer
-i,,rv mark ohilf? Bud
Balcer

tmwer for the!
f

574, generated
battery-men.
Abattoir H'"fii
Tahiti Jewelry 1
theur nrsv i wjj
1: i..nj:n whs not needed
Hill llaaf ",TT r u
this contest as Thelma Camby
with 469 waahhigft scorei w
Jewels of Tahiti.
. With only four more uights i
bowling left, Colonial Vce'
with a four point. t ntas
good chance to dethrone las year
champ, Tivoli Motors. Other
teams with a chanea to win are
APA, Colpan Motor, and Tiwli
Motors.
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams
Life Savers
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Firestone Tires
Gillette Blades
Turco Products
Ebonite Tornadoes
Shaws Gift Shop
Grecha Music Store
National Eelectric
Vaux Hall Cars
Biyd Brothers InS.
Aldens Mailrder

Wen Lest
21 9
18 Vt
17V I2V4
17Vi 12Va
17 13
S 15
14 16
13 17
13 17
12 18
11 19
11 19
(Men's mvi-

shm) Mead, Glotr, Stinson.
(Women) Manglea, Burchett. Sto Storey.
rey. Storey. Lite Savers 3
Boyd Brothers Insuranoi 0
The Life Savers introduced twe

new flavors in the form of Pope
and Schnieder and both proved
real life savers to the league lead leaders
ers leaders cause, Spotting the Boyd Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Insurance a dividend of 87
pin handicap, did not deter the
Life Savers from their winning
ways, especially when the two new newcomers
comers newcomers blasted the pins all over
the boards.
Pope came up with a 590 scratch
series, and Schneider a 505 scratch
and 532 handicap set. "'urthcrmrre
the Life Saver's captain Dick La
Beau produced a 565 series. For
the Pelicans of the Boyd Brothers
it Was their misfortune to run into
the deluge, because Ihree of their -policy
writers wrote in some nice
figures. Nancy Murphy had a pre

mium 523, sers, Don Rudy Jr.
a 509 and "H.B.R." Rouse 504.
Pabst Blue Ribban Beer 2
Firestona Tires 1
The "make-mine Pabst" kids
made it in two games, but faltered
once when the Firestone Tires did
not skid all over the lanes and ga
thered a win. Biackie Miller and
Stick Stinson with their 507 and
526 led the Pabsts into second place
replacing their opponents of skid skid-ding,
ding, skid-ding, Bob Storey of Firestone skid
ded all over the lanes for many a
foul. The Hill family came through
with flying colors. Ann amounted
to 550 and Jerry felted 568, and
John Edens eked out 513.
Grtcha Music Store 2
Gillette Blades 1
All the instruments in the Grecha
Music lineup were in harmony,
each and every one tuned in on a
500 series. Marie Moore tooted the
best melody of 558, F. Labram
lauded 544, Jess Pate patted 534,
Bud Moore 523 and Bertha Pate
519.
Despite this topnotch bowling,
e Grecha had one Sour note. In
e first game my wd 903 but
harder in the second game because
the Blades continued to be keen,
but not keen enough because they
lost by 14 pins.
ml -1- -t AjJt.i. t.1 1 1
xue uacii oi vrtueie uiaues aisu
had heroes and a heroine. Jim Bow Bowen
en Bowen bowed in With a 515 scratch
and 569 handicap set, and his bet
ter half, Carol, 514. Both were as
sisted by Al Kleuefels 526.
Turco Products 3
Shews Gift Shop 0
Turco Products enjoyed
their
best night of the season when they
caused a rampage in the Shaws
Gift Shop and swept up the Shaws
for three winning points. Four of
the Turcos cleaned up at the ex
pense ot tne snaws.
Lou and Helen Glud grabbed 525
and 517, and Albrook Airmen's
Russ Arnold and Mel Leidner land land-ed
ed land-ed 501 and 506. This match produc produced
ed produced an awkward situation for Lena
Burchett in the last frame of the
last game. Lena needed one pin to
earn a three-of-a-kind patch. How
ever, she sacrificed personal hon hon-irs
irs hon-irs for team effort and picked up
8 pins.
For the Giftless Shaw's Gift Shop
only (Bob Carlin went over 500, by
20 pins.
National Electric Center 2
Vaux Hall Cars 1
The two representatives from
automobile row in Panama went
at, it with hammer and tong. The
first riund went to National Elec Electric
tric Electric Centers by a century figure,
but Vaux Hall cars went into high
j in 99 nin win'
With honors ail even, National E E-lectric
lectric E-lectric Applicahces applied the pre
sure and won out by 88 pins.
This was a match that procuced
only one 650 series and the Belle
of the Bowl was Jo Andrew with
her 538 fir the NationsL For the
Vaux Halls Earl Freund was the
closest to reach the promise land
with a 498,
Ebonites 3 Aldens Mailorder 0
The Ebonite Tornadoes, especial especially
ly especially the male species, tore into Al Aldens
dens Aldens Mail order store and left them
in shambles tor all three points.
Joe Burgoon was especially devast devast-ing,
ing, devast-ing, with 526 scratch and 586 han handicap
dicap handicap sets, Jorge Soto also mada
500 scratch right on the button
and a 545 handicap, and Curly
Bates battered the maple pins for
540.
This week's Aldens special cata catalog
log catalog bargains were-J. R. Williams
503 and "Easy" Haynes 565. This
clean sweep of three games enabl enabled
ed enabled the Ebonites to advance in the
league standin. They are now in
the first division.
Honir Roll: (200 or better )-Pope,
222, Bowen 200.
ROBINSON TAPERS
GREENWOOD, LAKE, New York
(tP) Ray Robinson, who meets
champion Carmen Basilio in a
middleweight title bout in Chica Chicago
go Chicago March 25, plans to wind up
his training program next Monday
and leave for Chicago.

... W T'.f.



v.
THURSDAY. MAKCH 13. 1951

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AH CTPEPENUEHT DAILY NEWSPAPER
paor mm
J I Sports Names Should Have
Special Ear Pleasing Ring

1 i

Miim i

PACIFIC LITTLi LEAGUE
Team Standings

CLASSIC HOPEFUL

Gouvernant, Ricardp A. MW's iiaprov-

ei snrinf star rnulri h t,hp "MecDer' m the 47,500 added SIX

ftirtong Francisco Arias Parcdes Classic next Sunday. The hefty
Chilean-bred bay son of Treble Crown-Marvel has been razor razor-hari'
hari' razor-hari' during his recent woikouts and may finally justifx the
hiuh price his owner paid tor him. Alejandro Ycata will guide
the Aguslin Soane Jr. -trained sprinter. His groom is aboard m
this picture.

Elks
Spur Cola
Lincoln Life Ins.
Gibraltar Life Ins.
Seymour Agency

.833
.600
.800
.800
.200
.167

CLASSIC HOPEFUL Canoe, considered Just another1 over overrated
rated overrated flop a few weeks age, has finally rounded into form and
is considered a dangerous outsider in Sunday's rich Francisco
Anas Parotic Classic. Hustling VirgiHo Castillo can be depend depended
ed depended upon to t,et the best out of the Irish-bred four-year-old brown
son of Mcrcentum-Nokomis Canoe is owned, by the Stud Rio
Grande. In this picture, trainer, Eustacio Garcia de Paredes
lead Cant,e towards the, track whje Bitt jAguirre is on his back.

Elkt 4, tnymeur Agency 1
The Elks continued their de determined
termined determined drive to win the second
half by defeating Seymour Agen Agency,
cy, Agency, 4 W 1. Jay Losky pitched him him-sef
sef him-sef oat of several tight spots to
win. In the fourth inning 'Seymour
Agency, filled the bases with no
outs, only to have Lusky force one
man to pop up and two to ground
out to the Wield.
Tommy Gangle turned in ode
of the top de ensive plays of the
season when he caught a potential

Texas Leaguer while, backing up

at, lull speed. After making the

catch Gangle did a back somer-

salt, but managed somehow to
hang on to the ball.
Included in Seymour Agency's

seven hits, were doub'es by Moses
and Perra. Moses also had a single

to give him a perfect two for two

for the day. Jay Lusky with two

single was the only Elks player to

come up with more than one hit.
Both Lusky and Farrell exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited line control. Each pitcher gave
up only one base on balls. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour -Agency had seven men left

on base to the Elks two. A timely
hit at the proper time might have
made a difference in the outsome

of the game.
The box score: "'

Seymour Agency
Blaney, ss
Perkins, cf
Farrell, p
Coy, U
Bauman, r'
Watson, 3b
Perra, 3b
Robinson, c
McCullough, lb
Carlson, lb
Zambito, 2b
Moses, 2b
Totals

JOE WILLIAMS

CLEARWATER, Fla. New

York City fans, reduced to video video-cy
cy video-cy by the westward migration, can
look forward to well-balanced en

tertainment when the Channel 9

nine, otherwise-the Phillies, appear
on their TV' sets this coming Sea

son.
The script ... tentatively titled
"the sweet smell of. fresh green greenbacks"
backs" greenbacks" ... promises to include all

the traditional staples of show biz,'

oathos, bathos, laftos, etcetera,
two episodes in preparation

m here are assuring! y indicative of

producer, Bob Carpenter's desire
to make his product worthy of the
$600,000 the network is reportedly
paying him to salvage the aband abandoned
oned abandoned metropolitan market.
If should be noted, parenthetical parenthetically,
ly, parenthetically, that Carpenter, touched by the
pathetic plight of deserted fans,
moved into this operation wholly
in the spirit of altruism. Being a
Du Pont, his repugnance to the
profit motive is widely known.
One of the aforementioned epi episodes
sodes episodes Is pure heart throb. Work Work-ins
ins Work-ins title: "Has Robin Roberts had
it?" The story of a dince great
pitcher struggling to stay in the
big -time. Housewives in all the
fivA boroughs Will turn off "Por

tia Faces Life" for this emotional

binge.
The other is designed to strike
a happier note. "Jack Sanfordl goes
for 20." The story bf"a pitcher Who
rame un late, won 19 his first sea

son and was acclaimed "rookie of

the year." A stirring inspiration
theme for the easily discouraged.
Apart from the dramatic con contrast
trast contrast so essential to diverse view

r anneal. Roberts and Sanford

loom importantly in the immediate
destiny of Carpenter's club. They
must pitch winning ball if the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies are to be .contenders.
On the reasoning there are only
so many pitches in, a, pitcher's arm,
Roberts, going Into biS lp sea season
son season may have reached, a desperate
crisis in his career.

Roberts Dropped 22
For years the big right-hander
has been the pick and shovel man
of the team. He has had six sea seasons
sons seasons in which he worked more
than 300 innings. In five consecu consecutive
tive consecutive ones he led the league, dur during
ing during which his total was 1634.
. "t?r winning 20 or more, six
ses3onsvhand running, Roberts
dropned to 19 m '58. This was still
excellent, except that he also lost
more than any. other pitcher 18.
Last year was worse, much worse.
While winning only 10 he lesjt 22
In 250 Innings.
Even Roberts himself, certain
there was nothing basically wrong

Vfts winning form, became jittery

inn disturoea,.
Now v.-j find aim. ptaWsophicsl-

,inri "There s no t'se in

" . 1.

talking cooui uie peai

Elks
Matheliey, cf
Gangle, ss
Poore, lb
McGrath; c
Brirgener, rf
Stbudner, 2b
Hummel, 3b
O'Connor, If
Lusky, p 1
Totals

Ab II H
3 0 1
3 J 1
3 0 1
3 0 0
3 I
2 0 0
1 0 1
3 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
1 2
I 7
." "1 ;
3 0 1
3 1 I
3 0 0
3 O. 0
3 t 1
1 r
2 0 1
f t 1
1 9 2
n 47

"Well, I'm not adding any trick

pitches, if that s what you mean.

Pitching to me has always meant

a fast ball, curve change up, and
control. And, win or lose, that's
how it's got to be to the finish."
Waited Seven Years

Generally a first year pitching
success must prove, it the next
time around before he is accepted.
Sanford figures to be an excep exception.
tion. exception. He is 28, gets the fast ball
over and. knows what it's all a-bout.

Why had the Phillies waited sev

en years to bring him up?
"Oh, I've, been up before, but
last spring was tkp first time any
manager ever took a .second, look
at me. I think I had as much stuff
five, six years ago but nobody else

throught so."

PACIFIC LITTLf LEAGUE
Team Standing

Team

.Elks

Lincoln Life
Spur- Cola
Police
Gibraltar Life
Seymour Agency

1

Wt Pet

I ,1
SI
3 3
1 4
1

.833
.687
.600
.500
.200
.167

y OSCAR FRALEY

NWH YORK (UP) A rose by

any outer name may, as thev sav.
.1. )L. L . 1

prone uie proDoscis out you've
got to prove it in the world If

sports. v
If anybody named Algernon,
Fauntleroy or even Oscar ever
won the heavyweight champion championship
ship championship of the world it has escaped
the historians of the ring. And no nobody
body nobody tagged Aubrey or Choimon-

dolay stands out in memory as

a muscular marvel.

Which brings us to the titles of

tne naymtrners nominated for the
Kentucky Derby that, front the
sound of their monickers, are

more likely to wind up in a photo

umsn ai me giue factory.

There are some likely sounding
candidates for the rose run. Such
as, in one man's opinion, steeds
named Kentucky Pride, Kentucky
'(ing, Jewel's Reward, Liberty
Ruler and, Kind of Slick, Silky

OUUIV1D.
Seme Other Names

But get a load of some of these

outers:

Coasting Which he'll probably

ao an tne way.
Whodunit Really murder.

Spring Trainmg If he could

run he'd be with the Yankees

Chance It Tony Sure to roll

boxcars.

ree wee no place among
giants.
Hubcap Might go well at In Indianapolis.
dianapolis. Indianapolis. The Shoe Half-souled.
Bolero U No samba the
Derby; it's all rock n"roll.
Gone Flshjn' They'll wish he
had.
Loose Money Will take all
you've got.
Ambitwixt Betwixt fourth and
last place.
Jealous Rightfully so.
Dragon Killer Centuries late.
Hit the TraiMBum.
Red Hot Pistol Needs a bul bullet
let bullet proof vest in this company.
AdvUus Caution
there are many more such hor

rible handles among the 140 oat

cnurners nominated to the Ken

tucky classic and you'd think the

owners would be a little more

careful of their currency. Because

a look at the list of Derby win

ners indicates that winners sound,
11 in:. i

as weu as run, uxe cnampions

There is an ear-pleasing touch
of greatness about such as Count

Fleet, Exterminator, War Admi

ral. Whiriaway, Bold Venture,,

Flying Ebony, Assault and others

wno took we oianxet or roses;

-There is n ear-pleasing touch

of greatness about such as Count

Fleet, Exterminator, War Admt

ral, Whiriaway, Bold Venture,

Flying Ebony, Assault and others

wno took the blanket or roses.
But get a load of these men

strously-named nags who failed in

the past:

Bankrupt (heed more be said?);

(Boola Boola (a blues song finish

ing out of the money); Burnt

Cork (who left his backers blue

as well as black); Dogpatch (he
was); Honey's Alibi (who needed

one); Kentucky Farmer (who

should have stayed on one); Lost

Cause (aptly named); Mr. Mutt

(a real dog finishing 18th); Tan

nery (who should have been in
one); The Nut (a real squirrel);
Star Gazer (who did); Watermel

on (inaeea), ana ratcnes iwnicn

is what those who bet on him had

after he finished 10th),
So. hut to prove my point con

clusively and show how absolute

ly infallible is this theory of great

names, pay no anenuon to we
winner of the 1876 Derby winner.
He was lucky to win, eased up,
bv two leneths. Oh. yes, his

name. It was "Vagrant."

Esso Tournament
Consolation Flight
Pairings Changed

Rsraiiso of n error in the me

thod of computing the pairings of
the play in the Consolation flight
of the 1958 Esso Golf Tournament
now being played at the Panama

Golf Club, the pairing previously

nublished have been changed to

be as follows: (Handicaps in par

enthesis)

Lincoln Life 3, Police 2

(65

(5)

Championship Flight
Consolation
Corsale (S) vs Hinkle (4)
LeBrun (3) vs J.M. Moreno
Plsia (4) vs. E. Torres (6)
Dalton (4) vs Armsn (9)
Walker (8) vs C. Morris (7)
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.

vs Lively (7)
F. Baldwin (8) vs Landon (5)
Gracy (7) vs Elicit ()
1st Flight
Consolation

A. Tapia (16) vs J. Valdes (15)
Willis (14) vs Cain (22)
M. Monzo (16) vs Romagoza (15)
R.Boyd (19) vs Heurtematte (13)
Swenson (15) vS Hsrrington (11)
P. SoSa (16) vs Richardson (13)
Aleman (15) vs Duran (10)
Wilber (11) vs P. Abad (15)
In a rearrangement of cham

pionship flight plsy, Luis Marun?
will play Gus Kosik instead of hav having
ing having a bye. Kosik was qualified
throueh the previous arrangement

by Medinger to withdraw from the

tourney because of previous com
mlttntents.

In the playoff between Bill Le

Brun and Dr. Massot, who had

viously played 18 holes to a tie

Saturday, Dr. Massot pushed

LeBrun into the consolation flight

Tuesday afternoon by defeating
LeBrun 4 and 3 in the 38 hole total.

prev
last

HHHsCIBasui
El
W 'firm I J

FORMER BALBOA SWIMMING STAR Pvt. William T. Sears receives the congratulations of
Balboa Iligh School' swimming coach John Pettingill, who is also Canal zone Supervisor of
Physical Education and Athletics. The two met after young Sears wa presented with he
VS. Treasury's lifesaving award by Gov. W. E. Potter in ceremonies held at the Balboa Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. In his freshman year at Balboa High School, Pvt. Sears was inter-scholastic diving
champion on the school team and In 1956 won the Canal Zone diving champiimsiiip during
che July 4th Swimming Meet.

Whatever
Happened to .
LOU MEYER
Lou Meyer, first three-time win winner
ner winner of the 500-mile auto race at
Indianapolis, scored the first tme
he had a car of his own in 1928.
The year before he served as a
relief driver for the late Wilbur
Shaw and proved his worth so
handily he was assigned to a Mil Miller
ler Miller Special m '28 and won nt an
average speed of 96.48 miles per
hour. He won again in 1933-wkn
a new track record of 104.162 and
again In 1936 with another record
at 109.069. Meyer was national
driving champ three times 0928,
1929, 1933) and kept running at
"Indy-" until 1939.
Whatever happened to Lou
Meyer? Now 56, Lou 'still is very
much in racing. He is president
of the Meyer-Drake Co. at Los
Angeles, building the famed Of Of-fenhausen
fenhausen Of-fenhausen engines for America's
top cars.
GUN CLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL
A turkey sheet will held Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, March H beginning St 10
a.m. at the Cristobal Gun Club
range in Margarita.
There will be prizes of fivt
turkeys and five hams.

Rainbow City Softball Loop

Open Classification League
Concludes 1958 Season
' Preparations
By Herbert Moiao
With the season just a few days
off, the Rainbow City Open Clas Classification
sification Classification Softball League will con conclude
clude conclude its preparations for the up

coming 1958 season by calling a1

meeting of all the managers, play player
er player representatives and other offi officials
cials officials of the league tomorrow.
Opening date is Tuesday, March
18 at 4:30. Opening ceremonies
have not been announced pending
the acknowledgement of invita invitations
tions invitations sent out to officials from
both sides of the Isthmus.
Four teams will definitely be
granted franchises. Cafe COol Spot,
a new name in the league, will be
comprised mainly of the personnel

of the 1957 champions. These were

the Canal Zone Firefighters who

won the championship undefeated
in 12 consecutive outings. They

then played undera different spon

sor.

Making a reappearance ts the
powerful softball outfit, Dark Mil Millionaires,
lionaires, Millionaires, sponsored by the popular
business and sportszWan Jacobo

"Baby" Salas. This team once a

gain will have its roster replete
with some of Colon's best softball

players. Just before withdrawing

their, franchise from this league,
the DM's were being dubbed the
"perennial champions" as they

won every yesr except one that
they played in this loop.
As of this writing, the other two
teams are posing a mystery but
sketchy revelations of both ma managers
nagers managers indicate that they will have
good teams. Both these clubs, De
portivo Manolin and Powells, will
mix the old hands with new faces
to give the other teams a good
fight for the pennant. s
In the meeting scheduled for Fri Friday
day Friday in the Rainbow City Gym, se several
veral several 'points of general interest
will be discussed. On the agenda
the schedule, the standard ground
rules, roster, presentation of en entrance
trance entrance fees and the type balls to
be used for the season. Meeting
time is 6:30 p.m.
Through this medium, the RB RB-COCSL
COCSL RB-COCSL would like to make public
its sincerest gratitude to G. C.
Lockridge, Director of Physical
Education of the Canal Zone
School Division, for supplying them
with a long wanted scoreboard.

AIRLINE RECORD BROKEN
OorJOtrNErOermsny, March 13
(UP) A passenger was injured
today when a helicopter of Eu Europe's
rope's Europe's only commercial helicopter
service crash-landed in heavy fos
near here while en route to Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, Belgium. Six other passen passengers
gers passengers and two crewmen escaped.
A spokesman for Sabena Air Airlines,
lines, Airlines, which operates the service,
said it was the first accident since
the line was inaugurated eight
years ago.

Did he think
this year?

he could win 20

"I'll bust trying," he laughed.
This would certainly be a TV
first, a bit messy, perhaps but de
finitely off beat.

Sport

CANADIENS DOMINANT
I NEW YORK (UPx.The Mont

real Canadiens occupied four of

the six berths today J in the Na National
tional National Hockey League ; All-Star
team picked by Nllf team cap captains
tains captains for Hockey PicUft'laf maga magazine.
zine. magazine. The team ineldrtad Kualie

Jacques Plante, defeiisCman Doug
Harvey, center Henri Richard and

left wing Dickie Mooro, alio-f the Kiamco, If
PnnnrlinMP t-ftTl r At.l v n i P I aMh a 4 nttl

Canadiens, plus defensoman tlil!

Gadsby -bf New Yorii and right

wing Gordte Hiw ol Detroit.

The Linoln Life Insurance team

had to come from behind to nip
Police 3 to 2 in a close and excit exciting
ing exciting game. Police scored single
runs in the second and third innings
to take an early lead, butye ung
Marti settled down and shut then
out for the rest of the game.
It wasn't until the fourth inning
that Lincoln Life could put togeth together
er together threee hits off Wilder for their
first run. With the score two to
one against them in the last inning,

Lincoln Life scored two runs to

win the game.
Marti and Wilder pitche'' on even
terms practically the whole game.
Marti gave up but four hits, wsfk wsfk-fcd
fcd wsfk-fcd two, and struck out eipht. Wild Wilder
er Wilder gave up five hits. also, walked
but two, and struck out 13. Ostrea
ahd Farnsworth for LihetjlM' Life
Ins. each had two singles as did
Wilder for the Police,

The box score:
Lincoln Life Ins.
Engelke, L cf, Lb
Duran, 2b
Ostrea, ss
Farnsworth, c, lb
Joyner, rf
Marti, p
Dennirtg, 3b

MACK AY ADVANCES

CAIRO, Egypt (UP) Barry
MacKay of Dayton". Ohio, today
occupied a berth tn fhe 'bird
round of the Cairo Interna Hroal
tennis tournament. MacKay a 22-year-old
U.S. Davis Cunper, beat
Fathi Mohamed Ali of Egypt, 1-3,
6-3, 6-2-, Monday.

I'

lb

This

SILKY SULLIVAN PRIMES
ALBANY, Calif. UPi-Thi; 50 50-day
day 50-day race meeting at "Golden Ga i
Fields will be graccil by Silky
Sullivan, the future book favorite
for the Kentucky Derby. The
stretch-iiinntng colt, will run in
the $25,009 0?.klan$l Handicap here
before, snipping to Louisville tor
the May 3 Derby.
EX-CATCHER DEAD
' KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Fu-

year eral services were beinl planned

LiiJ ting c:.v sr." i T'
wi1' V2ci''3 where ip".' fu'nre. np. 1 toay for.'E... .Bjxtef .WiUianis, a

' Thiq rv:ch I l""or: i s a qucs-iun catcner lor me om jsosion i;rsve

nmmi i .11 i umii.i,

onl"

h tm. vm.mt. u s. iMimd

co!'fcfov iwre, died Mon
dry at the age of 5".

Gerwatowski,
Douglas, ef
Totals

Pellet

Catron, 3b

Darden, ss
Riley, Jim,

Weade, c
Wilder, p
Alves, rf 1
Brennan, rf
Evans, 2b
Riley, Jeff, cf
West, If
Lessiack, If
Totals

At
2
S
3
3
3
1
3.
2
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0 0
9
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3
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3
2
1
1

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INNISS ACCEPTS OFFER

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UPV- Al

Inniss of St. Francis iW&

Ralph Savarese of Tonj. and Jack
Powers of Manhatt are the lat latest
est latest basketball players to accept
invitations to play in the New
York-New Jersey All-Star game
March 23.

Mario Moreno

CAN

The Internationally Famous Movie Actor

Will arrive in PANAMA from MEXICO
FRIDAY, MARCH 14 at 4:00 P.M.

TINFLAS

VIA LACSA

SEE HIM AT THE MAGARENA

Next Saturday at 8:30 P.M.

and Sunday at 4:30 P.M.

SERVES THE HEART 0"F THE AMERICAS

An Experience too Unique to missi

I

LACSA

PAA.AFFILUTE

JUSTO AROSEMENA AVENUE

MEXICO PANAMA

EL SALVADOR GRAND CAYMAN
SAN JOSE MIAMI HAVANA

BETWEEN 31st ami 32ud St8. TEL. 3-7011

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PAGE TEN
TIB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INUIPEWIMEMT DAILY NEW8PAPE
THURSDAYMARCH 13, 1951
C L A S S I F I ED S
' THIS SPACE 18 FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceans Cottages
Santa Clara R. da P. Phone Pa
mm 3-1 S77 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
, FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
. Beach Haute, One mil past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1S66.
Houses
FOR RENT Three bedrooms
chalet, hot water, with or with without
out without furnished. Golf jftfkjhtl.
Tek 3-4630, t a.m. te 12-2
p.m. -6 p.m.
FOR RENT Beautiful resl resl-dence.
dence. resl-dence. Preferably A m e rican
family. If interested please
phent 2-3145 Panama.
FOR RENT Chalet1, twe bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, perch, oarage, lit Street
No. 10, Carrasqutlla. Inf. Tel.
3-3749.
Rooms
FOR RENT Furnished room
(responsible for bachelor, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue, No. 18-18, third
floor, tel. 2-2140.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT Comercial locales,
justo Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. Information Novelties
."II Siglo" Central Avenue
Hone 2-2341.
Opportunity For Rent The
modern Hotel "Rex" in Chitre.
Call to Bolivar Marquee Jr. at
3-7371 or 3-4569 from 7 to 9
p.m.
j Israelis CHe Use
Of Aqaba Gulf In
King Solomon's Day
GENEVA, Marclfl3 (UP)-An
Israeli diplomat cited the voyage
of King Solomon's ships to the
land of the Queen of Sheba today
to lask back at Arab claims to
the Gulf of Aqaba.
Michael Comay, deputy director director-general
general director-general of the Israeli Foreign Mi Ministry,
nistry, Ministry, told the territorial-sea com committee
mittee committee of the United Nations Con Conference
ference Conference on the Law of the Sea that
Jewish ships used the Gulf of A A-qaba
qaba A-qaba 30 centuries ago.
i He said Israel did not want to
make an issue of the Gulf at the
desired to put on record its objec objection
tion objection to astatement about "Arab
coast and waters" made by Saudi
Arabian Delegate Ahmed Shukairy
last week
Comay said Shukairy's descrip description
tion description of the Gulf as "inland Arab
waters under exclusive Arab ju jurisdiction,
risdiction, jurisdiction, as they have been fro r
immemorial time" was "based
neither on law nor on fact."
"The earliestr ecord of 'imme'
moriay time' would be found in
th Old Testament, in the period
of King Solomon nearly 3,000 years
ago, when our ancestors maintain
ed a port at the head of the Gulf
and enjoyed freedom of naviga navigation
tion navigation through it to the coast of A A-frica
frica A-frica and to the Far East," he
said.
The Queen of Sheba's kingdom
was located in the area now com comprising
prising comprising Yemen,
LEGAL NOTICE
iinitfii status or AMERICA
i Canal Zone
United States District Coert lor
Th District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Samuel Ofeller, Plaintiff vs. Anna
Maria Guitierrez Gfeller, Defendant.
Summons Case No. 4648 Civil Docket
21 Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
end answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within thirty days
after the first publication
In case of your failure to so appear

' , end answer, judgment will be taken

against you by default for the relief
' V demanded in the complaint.
' WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
J Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this March 5, 1958.
C. T. MeCormlek, Jr.
Cierk
I (Seal)
By Marian D. Bowen
! Deputy Clerk
To Anna Maria Gutierrez Gfeller.
The foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
i Crowe, Judge, United States District
. Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated March S, 1958, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Cleric of said United States District
I Court for the Division of Balboa', on
March 5, 1958.
C. T. MeCormlek, Jr.
Clerk
i By Marian D. Bowen

Deputy Clerk
YALE
Registered Trademark
INDUSTRIAL LIFT
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
Local Representative
M. A. POWELL, S. A.
COLON
fL 74.106 Apartado 199

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. l.l J,
Morftra fssnushed ipertmenh. I
f Mdreems, hot. eels
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: On April 15, fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom apartment,
meid't room, hot water, garage.
Fhono 3-2279 from 2:30 p.m.
FOR RENT Two bedroom
furnished apartment, Ave. Juste
Arosemena and 43 Street No.
21. Tel. 3-4849. E
FOR RENT Two bedroom a a-partment;
partment; a-partment; living dining room,
maid's room. Juste Arosemena
Avenue, 3711. Information
Street 37, 4-23.
! f
FOR REN
Two-bedroom a-
prrmvnrj,
unfurnished, 2 bath
rooms, large dining and living
room, separate maid's room with
bath; hot water, and garage. In
high, cool locality, all screened.
El Cangrejo. Office hours 2 2-0321.
0321. 2-0321. After hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT Beautiful Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse at Campo Alegre. three
bedrooms, terrace, etc. For in information
formation information call Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, one bedroom,
let water. Perry Hill 2A Street
No. II. Phone 3-2694 or 3 3-0533.
0533. 3-0533. FOR RENT Small furnished
apartment in best residential
area. Near bus stops. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista 48th St. 2
bedrooms, dining, drawing room.
Apply 47th Street No. 17, Tdl.
3-1399, $65.00.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, North American neigh neigh-bors.
bors. neigh-bors. Phones 3-047,, 2-3343.
Libraries Combine
To Promote Interest
In Library Week
United States Ibraries on the
Isthmuu will combine lor the
first tirrie to promote tire observ observance
ance observance of National Library Week
from March 16 to March 22
Miss Shirley Welshinger, staff!
iiDranan AISARCARIB is chair chairman
man chairman of tie Joint coitmitte,
which includes Canal Zone, army,
navy air force and USIS libra librarians.
rians. librarians. As part of the observance of
National Library Week there will
be a half-hour television program
on CFN-TV, Wednesday, march
19, at 7:30 p.m., which will con consist
sist consist of a book quiz called "What's
My Title'?' Members of the pan panel
el panel for this show will be patroiis
of different libraries on the Ca Ca-of
of Ca-of different libraries on the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and will include a
mystery panelist.
Members of the library profes profession
sion profession in -Panama will participate
the 'p-k's cptfhratinn whpn
ey will be guided on a tour of
the Week's celebration when
they will be guided on a tour of
several Canal Zone libraries.
Under the slogan, "Wake.- Up
and Read," librarians wish to
stress, in the words of the nation national
al national director of the program, ". .'.
the role of libraries as an im important
portant important resourcei n thee ducation
of Americans in an ever chang changing
ing changing world" and "emphasize the
rewards of reading as a leisure leisure-time
time leisure-time activity and the contribution
of reading to career advance advancement."
ment." advancement." Objectives of the observance ofi
the highest ltvels of leadeship in
economic, pofftssioanl arid cultun-l
al life of the country ; expose
the need for the extension nad
improvement of scnool and public
library services: offer opportuni-
tiis for librarians to work more
closelywit h advertising media in
broadening the use of printed ma materials;
terials; materials; attract wider pubtir atten attention
tion attention to library serviies; and pro
mote prestige for reading itself
bv showing the Vital role libra
ries can play in the rontribution
of reading to personal enjoyment,
to closer family ties and to ca
reer advancement.
Thrill Killer Leopold
To Soend Parole
Seeking Atonement
SPRINGFIELD, lit, March 13
(UP) The state Pardon and Pa Parole
role Parole Board announced today that
thrill killer Nathan Leopold, im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned more than 33 years for
the "crime of the century," will
be paro'ed to a mission hosoital
in the mountains of Puerto Rico.
The board said Leopold, now
53, could walk out of Stateville
Penitentiary tomorrow after 331
years, 6 months and 2 days be behind
hind behind bars.
Leopold will soend his five-year
parole as a $100-a-month X. ray
techrtlcian at the Church of the
Brethren Hospital at Castaner,
Puerto Rico.
There, the brilliant, balding
master o" more than 20 Ian-
guages will seek to lose himself

A VMM

V AN-Drn-JIS &S Stmt Na S3 m SA
the Belie Vteta Theatre, e COLON:
Automobiles
FOR SALE 49 DeSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine). Call
Panama 3-7882.
FOR SALE 1952 Buicfc Spe Special,
cial, Special, twe-door Riviera. Excellent
throughout. $750.00. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 2544 or see car at 8S-B
Coca Solito.
FOR SALE 1954 Chev. 4
deer sedan. $800.00. May be
seen at Qtrs 1A, Ft. Clayton,
Rhone 87-4140.
FOR SALE Ford, 1955 Coun Country
try Country sedan. Air conditioned.
I Fordomatic, sun visor. tinted
glass, radio, heater, only 15,000
miles. E x c e Kent condition.
$1975.00. Quarters 56, Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. As equipped this car de delivered
livered delivered at $3835.00. Oct. 1955.
Call Donald T. Janes, box 353,
Albrook AFB, C.Z.
FOR SALE 1948 Fentiac
Fardar. Very good condition,
$200.00. 1511 -A Akae street,
Balboa. Call 2-2675 after five.
FOR SALE 1952 Chevrolet
four-deer sedan. Standard shift,
duty paid. C.Z. Inspected.
$450.00. Please Phone Cristobal
2544.
Bargain, take advantage ef op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. Wagon "Chevrolet"
Brookwood 1958 8-daor 9 pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, used one week, $750. $750.-00
00 $750.-00 less than cost. We accept car
in exchange, also financed. In
front Coca Cola plant, phonea
2-2616, 2-4966. Can be seen.
NIKON
Cameras
at
l.l. MMM
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA CjDLON
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 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present ear through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
renreaentlna
Government Employees Finance Co.
no. nuiumvrJiL.E now,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4984 3-488S
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fld&nque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
for the rest of his life in an at
tempt to atone for .the wanton
murder in 1924 of 14 year old
Bobby Franks,
The board 'had granted Leopold
his parole last Feb. 20, but the
Stateville "lifer" had to stay be behind
hind behind bars while his plea to seek
torgetfullness in Puerto Rico was
weighed.
Leopold has insisted he is a
competely different man from
the "intellectual savage" of 19,
who, along, with "my best pal. and
my worst enemy," Richard Loeb,
plotted and committed a "per'ect
crime" in the Chicago of 1924.
Both Leopold and Loeb were
brilliant' scions of rich families
and both were cursed with a fa fatal
tal fatal moral flaw. For the thrill of
proving themse'ves supermen,
they picked a victim at random,
much nun wiui a umsei,, anu ne-
manded ransom of Bobby Franks'
stricken parents.
i
killed him with a chisel,, and de
COACH QUITS
.m x
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Edgar
Chirp Brenchley has resigned as
coach and managed of the Phila-
delnhia "'rs of the Eastern!
Hockev Leaeue

Po. do
KM A CIA EL BATURBO Pnn. t-W..
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J Home Articles
ST
HHP
FOR SALE Lovely Wrong
iron Dining Room Sets Re
duced From 195.00 to 150.00,
Kaftan Living Room Sets 150. 150.-00,
00, 150.-00, Mahogany Living Room Sets
98.00. Double Beds complete
44.00, Mahogany Dining Room
ffl-6!90' Mo4n VmMsi
65.00, Chests of Drawers 19.00,
Bunkbeds 44.00, Folding Beds
35.00, China Closets 19.00,
asket Chairs 12.50. bay Terms
Club Plan. Chico ate W ...
Almaeen HX ( HomehoM
chelate) National Ave. Ne. 41,
Tel. 3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE Mahogany Living
Ream Set. Sofa with 2 chairs.
Tel. 3-6790.
FOR SALE a trie, brown,
new Phileo" air conditioner. Al Also
so Also will trade 8mm. movie pro projector
jector projector for 35 mm. slide projec projector.
tor. projector. Call 3-7755.
FOR SALE 1952 Kenmare
Automatic Washing Machine.
60 cycle, goad condition. $80. $80.-00
00 $80.-00 Albrook 3181.
FOR SALE One mahogany
bed with spring and mattress,
I extension plastic chair. Apply
38th St. No. 2-52 Apt. 2.
FOR SALE Westingheust
Laundrymat, RCA 21" console
television, Capehart Hi Fi with
built in tape recorder. Albrook
86-4289.
FOR SALE Laundromat West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse automatic, model 58.
Price $375.00. Call at Mr.
Rudosheim 2-2451 or 2562.

HOUSEHOLD rtnnr.li

Womack C.C. Defeats Clovelly
108-99 At Paraiso Grounds

don f al r M,TLbfi,E- ?r"
aon and C. Murrell of the Wo-
ck Amerimn Whilrv r r
V TT
me Keynote in a match d aved
under the auspices of the Pacific
cricaei league oertteen the Clovel
iy lea by E. TJortas, and Wo
mack, skippered, by H. Kerr
which ended in a victory for the
latter at rarustMlst Sunday.
Scores were: W.A.W. 108 and
Clovelly 99 for ten wickets each.
Winning the toss and sending
his opponent to bat on a wicket
which played docile, Keer opened
tne oowiing with M. Kelly and M
Smith to tne batting of C. Mike
and L. Lamott. The pair on 24
runs before Mike went L.B.W: to
paceman Smith for 12 runs.
Mike looked good and seemed
well set for one of his big scores
until He got his foot to a straight
one from Smith. 3. Brathwaite
joined Lamott and immediately got
into his stride.
After they had taken the score
to 42 runs Lamott was caught at
midoff from Kerr's bowling for
15. Jemott partnered Brathwaite
and opened his score by hitting
Kerr to the boundary for 4, m.tak
ing strike to Smith s bovling
however, he was bowled his con
tribution being 4 runs.
R. Brown next man In, played
confidently until he mishit one
from Kerr, giving Smith a dolly
catch at point. He played sound
cricket for his 2 runs. Meanwhile.
Brathwaite and Moore settled down
to give an exhibition of s o u n a
batting but Brathwaite innings
came to an end by attempting to
drive one of Kerr's deliveries to
the boundary, missed and was
bowled for 19, and 5 wickets
were, down for 58 runs.
K. Brathwaite joined Moore, this
oair iotk the score to 68 when
iBratlwaite played one into his1
- As. Jti. m
wiCKeis aner inar.mis xu iw.
The defiant Moore was joined by
J. Alleyne who after knocking up
10 runs was bowled. Captain Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, next man in, was given an o-
vation by the players on the field
but Moore did not remain ioo",
with his capatain as he was neat neatly
ly neatly bowled and caught by M. Kel Kelly
ly Kelly for 3. R. Cyrus joined his skip skipper
per skipper but was immeddately yorked
by Kelly for the dreaded cipher.
The score was now .8 for 0
when Peters joined Thomas and
at once demonstrated that he is
a batsman of hooks, cuts and
drives as he slashed the bowling
all over the field. When Captain
Thomas was given out L.B.W. to
Williams first ball, the last pair
in had added 20 runs. Peters
share was 18 and Thomas 2.
Bowling for Womack American
Whiskey, F. Williams captured 1
wicket for 0 run. M. Smith 2 for
31, M. Kelly 2 tor 30 and H. Keer
5 for 34. t.
, Williams and Keer .opened the
. .,. .u. WAWCC to tne
att!fg0f!f 1 Allevne and E
bowling of J. All
Thmtiic hut after the pair maae
, Williams was rim out for
O. V. Savage joined Keer who add-
ed 6 runs to his score when he
'lifted one of AHeyne's deliveries
to Thomas at mid off.
E. Jordon partnered Savage ana
the pair took the score
to 19 on
ly to see Savage
cleaned bowled

PAN AMA

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 15 Sea babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balboa.
FOR SALE 4 Vert, blinds
II) 83x70 in. (1) 83x56 in.
One dress Ne. 29. Also house household
hold household items. Call 4:30 to 7:00
J i. Jafcea 2-3305. House
5412 Diablo.
FOR SALE -- Fisher upright pi piano.
ano. piano. $150. Call Balbea 2-6353
for appointment.
ft SALE Per Golf VKen VKen-neth
neth VKen-neth Smith" Stainless chrome,
three weed, putter "Pedersen,"
pucker in cloth. Good price.
Phone 3-7596.
FOR SALE One electric stove,
60 cycles, commercial type.
$350.00. Call 3V 1039.
FOR SALE a ton brand new
Phileo Air Conditioner. Also will
trade 8 m.m. movie projector
'wiJm.m. slide projector. Call
FOR SALE 10 ten capacity
garage lacks $75.00. Generator,
110 volts 3 kilowatts 50 or 60
cycles. Tel. 2-3268. Ferreteria
Sun, Ave. Balboa. Same building
as SICAP.
RICKIY BETTER
riTTSBUHGH (UP) Branch
Rickey, ailing board chairman nf
Ik- DUt.k.k r: IrTS""
! i nuuiugo riraies was 018-
cnarged from Presbyterian Hospi
tal uesaay "verv much imnrnv.
ed from a mild heart attarlr snf.
ierea reo. 18.
wa diggmg himelf if but
ReVno rl iftr .wf .. .-
ivejnuiu aner a snort ; stay was
WkW. to Alleyrie and 4 wickets
reji gown ior 39 runs.
Jacobs joined Jordon who was
now well set to defend the honor
of his club. With resolute batting
mis pair loos, tne score to 58 be
fore Jacobs wicket was knocked
back by Moore. M. Smith follow
ed but was given out, L.B.W. for
2. Temple joined Jordon and was
sent back by one of Moore's fas
ter half break ior a duck. 7 wick
ets were down for 64 when C.
Murrell partnered Jordon and this
pair by sound defense and power
ful hitting took the score to 9fi
when Jordon's invaluable innings
came to an end, L.B.W. to Moore
for 39 runs. Kelly, next man with
Murrell cooly knocked off the nec necessary
essary necessary runs for victory, taking the
score to 108 before Kelly was
bowled by Moore for 6. A. Cum Cum-mings
mings Cum-mings last man in, was promptly
bowled by Moore for a cipher. C.
Murrell was not out with 25 runs.
Umpires were A. Barber and
C. Walker. Bowling for Govelly
C.C. H. Moore took 6 wickets for
24 runs, J. Alleyne 3 for 41, E.
Thomas O wicket for 28 runs and
B. Brathwaite 0 wicket for 9
runs.
The next game on the Pacific
aide will be Paraiso vs. Womack
American Whiskey C.C. at Parai
so, Sunday, March 16. Cricketers
and fans are asked through this
mprihim to accent this M an in
vitation to attend thematch.
Slf venson Foresees
anqer In Proposed
Russia Heeling
NEW YORK, March 13 (UPV
ADlai E. Stevenson warned last
niht that the United States should
take a cautious attitude in an an-nroaching
nroaching an-nroaching a summi meeting with
Russia.
The twice defeated Democra Democratic
tic Democratic candHate for President sw
that the United States should be beware
ware beware of a meeting wi th the Sov Soviets
iets Soviets without first establishinC an
aeenda which had been worked
out with care'ul oreliminnry mee mee-ing
ing mee-ing at lower dip'omatic levels. He
also cautioned that too much
must not be exoected from a meet meeting
ing meeting between President E'enhnw.
er and Communist Party boss Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita S. Khrushchev.
Stevvnson, who spoke over the
CBS radio program, "Radio Beat"
said that a meeting without -ad
quate preoaration eould cime
trouble with America's aHie. He
warned that "it wouid he a very
unhaopy thing if we let the Sov Soviet
iet Soviet Union force us into a meetii?
where the United States is furth further
er further split off from its allies."
Stevenson saidt hat a summit
meeting would not result in great
changes in the cold war.
"There is, however, a reason
for hopes and optimism that we
might accomplish something on a
less exalted scale," he said.

Areaewena Ave. eAJ S3 84 FAB
Real Estate
St. etersbirrt, Merles. OMk
Differs Headouarten: We sell
foee' value. Attractive hemes at
reasonable prices. Alee can as assist
sist assist yew in ebtaimnf eeod ren rental..
tal.. rental.. See TROY TcAttt. ee
White Robinson Realty, Inc..
Realtors at 121 Jtfc Street
North, Telephone 741344.
SALI, Give-sway erica.
at Santa Clara with
actions for 11 oeoele.
Three themand meters ef lane,
cultivated with earden and trait
trees. Artesian wad.. Telephone
3-0019.
search any mew. We have
use that ou need. THRU
from which tie cheese. lach
house is built en a let 130 ml
on 9th Street, Pueblo Nueve.
The only weed used throughout
the house Is termite-proof "Ma "Maria."
ria." "Maria." Reefs are "Alunselife", all
masonry construction, and tile
fleers. Ilectrieal lamps installed
In every room, lach house con consists
sists consists ef : livinf dininf room, 2
bedrooms, bathroom, modern
kitchen, perch, faraoe, laundry
facilities, farden at front ami
back. The prices are: 8.6,400. 8.6,400.-00;
00; 8.6,400.-00; 0.6,300.00; and 8.6,200, 8.6,200,-00:
00: 8.6,200,-00: Make your offer en the ini initial
tial initial payment For further details,
please call tel. 3-7120.
FOR SALt Three adioinin,
lets, Calle II Condor in Las
Ciimbres, can be seen anytime,
4100 meters at 1.60, 2700 me meters
ters meters at .65 and 3200 meters of
.85. Write Boa 4331, Panama.
FOR SALE Farm 43
fenced, dear title, running wa water;
ter; water; 6 miles from, Chorrere.
Phone Curundu 84-2288.
FOR SALt
two houses,
nice climate
Beautiful
aodern ,, comfort,
eight hectares,
pasture for cows.
fenced around.
Ask rot A
can of the green
to Caleada Large,
pickup. Read
Chifjbre. Ph
e 2203,' Curundu
during work lip, hours.
s
Plans Fir Vanguard
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. MaVch
13 (UP) A forecast of bad weath weath-er
er weath-er made it unlifely the Navy, would
make another Attempt today t
launch the Vanguard rocket with
a 6.4-inch noon In its nose.
Weatherman said showers and
a low overcast Could be expected
There was a chance the Navy
would find it possible to launch
the rocket before the end of the
week. Yesterday's scheduled fir firing
ing firing was called off because of dif-
uculty with the second stage.
In Washington, meanwhile, came
fpfKpm Army Secretary Wilber
M. Brucker that the Army would
make another attempt to hurl a
second explorer sate'life into orbit
in the "Very near future." The Ar Army
my Army failed last Wednesday to nut
up a second Explorer with its
Jupitef C rocket.
COSTLY FORTUNE TILLING
NEWPORT. England fUP
raice read Harold Allcock's
palm and it cost him five rounds
($14). Alloock, 54, a bookmaker's
runner, was fined, that Amount on
a charge of illegally paising betr
ting slips in public, Police testi
fied today that the illicit testi-
were actually notes about custo customer's
mer's customer's bets thait he had jotted on
the palm of his hand.
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BALBOA : A; T:
Sterling. Hayden Anita Ushers
"Villi II"
CRISTOBAL 7:t
Virginia Mayo Jack Pala'nce
"THE SILVER CHALICE"
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Jttt Chandler
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MARGARITA SMS, 7:5
Jack Webb
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CAMP RIERO CIS 1:35
"THE ATTACK OF THE
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"VIOLENCE"

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Miscellaneous

M 1211. CmSTOtUL. qjL
"tective immediately: lit.
"AWINO PITTnemhl
uther.t.d to effect any Mies er
collection, for HUMAN ajAY.
Themfere, we will not hv re re-Mniihle
Mniihle re-Mniihle f any transaetioni
affected by him.
Boots & Motors
frr. 15 h o.
cabin cruiser. Licensed
PMd. Phone 3230
TP
4-
Ul 1957 loh....
utkeerd motor, hp. tttel tttel-lent
lent tttel-lent renninf condition. $215.
WW five demonstration. McLel McLel-fend,
fend, McLel-fend, Navy 3574 or J2.
cPHILM OPENS PLANT
SAN JUAN. Pnrtn Pi
March i-fUP Ph.Tn. i.:
Copper Products Corp. opened a
million dollar plant here for
production of insulated buUding
wires, cables and appliance
cords.. The plant will employ 100
worKers.
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HAVANA, March 1ST (UP)-
The Cuhatt cabinet resigned to a
sunqen crisis yesterday and Pres President
ident President rjilgehcio Batista immediate immediately
ly immediately formed a new government to
.meet arapid ly approaching show showdown
down showdown with the rebel forces of Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro.
The cabinet crisis coincided
with reports of heavv fichtine in
rebel-ridden Oriente Province and
with a government decree Sus Suspending
pending Suspending all constitutional guaran guarantees
tees guarantees and reestablishing press cen censorship.
sorship. censorship. t
Batista named Gonzolo Gue 1 Is
new prime minister. Guell also
took over the Mlniatrv nf State
me post ne held
HUeti a
r . . tit j,-
The cabinet
e hy the re
Minister Emilio
Portuondo!
who was appointe
only six days
appease Bati-
ago as a move to
sta's opposition.
"ebels Attack
Under the Constitution. 1 whim
the prime minister resigns the
remainder of the cahinet aim
most otter to mut.
Quitting with Nunez Portuondo
and not included in the new pa hi.
net wejte Communications Minis Minister
ter Minister Rjcardo Eguilior, Education
Minister Jose M. Perez Cabrera.
Health Minister Dr. Octavi6 Mon-
tero and ministers without port portfolio
folio portfolio Francisco Pando and Gusta Gustavo
vo Gustavo Nordeio
With those exceDtions. the now
cabinet cdntAined the same
names as berore,
Meanwniie, reports from San
tiago oe uuoa on the southeast
era coast said a well-armed rebel
force of about 300 men launcher!
dawn, assault fnom the Ml Par
nun mwn of Miranda 25 m s
to tne northwest.
'Til l 1 BBS
ine reoeis arrived in a rnnvnv
of ten trucks and jeeps. They
earned rifles and submachine
guns, and wrj Mfearms.
the assault group apparently
linked up with an 'estimated 150
reoelS Who bad been nneratinff in
the area. They kidnaped the fore
man nf a nearhv farm anrl -fa
him to guide them along the
Mangos de Baraaiia Road to the
towh of PalmAfio. about three
miles south, where thev clashprt
with army forces.
Hanes Begin Strafing
The Armv was renortert hnmh.
tog and strafing rebel positions
wth ;ttse punes. Artillery was
evideTtlrjr being used and two
small reconnaissance aircraft ho hovered
vered hovered over the area as spotters.
A possible indication of the s"-
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tograph, photograph, P.O. lex 617 Panama.

Incentive secretary. North
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years experience. Asume full ri
sibilities. Apartado 5470.
SERVICES
S-mlnitte ear wash $1.
cleaning of motet $5. waxing ef
FOR THE
Telephone
TV REPAIRS
3-707 U. 1
rviee C. O. O.
TELEVISION
Dependable TV
R
aafhsble
eliable
adio TV
Pir
Crawford Agenclea
Tel. 2-1905
Tiveli Ave. 11-20
e 1190. Paaame, I.P.
The beet dinner, and drinks
ate served In our modern air.
conditioned cafeteria grill ana)
bar Hotel leternacional "Pla "Pla-a
a "Pla-a 5 de Mayo."
New Govt.
flAMCMnaa Al i
i we situation "wail
" r "e government's order.
"'' iaw per cent 1114
crease in army strength thereby!
uie ioiai numDer of ac
Uve troops to 35,001).
Ap. army attack! supported bj
bombing and strafing planes, was
also underway against rebel posi.
tions- m the forest of Nayari ir,
w wraiiM ierr, crista!
.uu.im range, about 20 miles!
northeast of Miranda. Previously!
the government hart Him. tk.J
- ,,oiuu were said to Del
olice and other irmv m,J
were, rounding up all suspecteil
symatihners to a wid- ,3
frnm Vain., c :
.troservers here believed that all
e pvuueu ) a snowdown be-
STl Iadr Castro and
Batista within the next few days
Th situation will become morel
complex if a general strike lontS
France Commutes
Algerian Girl's
Of Death
PARIS, March 13 (VP
fovernment today commut I
eu ine peam sentence of Djamils
Duumreo, a pretty zz-year-old All
seuan girl who wis sentenced W
ine guillotine for terrorist activi
nesi(
The decisions was made by fhef
n ku council ot tne Magistrature
wnicn consists of top Frencn m
dicial authorities. They conferred
wun i-resioent Kene Coty yester
day and their decision was" an
nounced today.
jj.iaiiuia 5 aeatn sentence wai
commuted along with those impos
ed on two toehr girls, Djamila am
Jacaueline Netter.
Miss Bouhired was sentenced tJ
death by an Algerian military 'tril
ounai last July tor allegedly pari
ucipaun in a miiK-oar bombing
in Algeria which killed one persol
and injured 40 others, including!
many women and cmidren.
She denied she had taken pan
in the bombing. But she admitted
sne belonged to the National Libe
ration Front (FLN), the Moslem!
organization running the rebellioal
against France.
Sale:
de Mayo Camilo
Tel. 3-6411

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PRINCESS MARGARET TO INAUGURATE
BRITISH WEST INDIAN FEDERATION
LONDON, March 13 (UP) Princess Margaret who took the West Indies by
storm on her 1955 island tour will return net month to attend the birth of a new
nation, the Federation of the West Indiesiy v
The pretty sister .of Queen Elizabeth II will visit three British colonies during
her 16-day tour Trinidad, British Guiana and British Honduras. She leaves for
1inidad on April 20 and returns to London May 6. t
Mam event of the Caribbean visit wi II be the pert, dark-haired princess' formal
opening of the Federal legislature of the new nation on April 22.
The nation is composed of 10 British island colonies Antigua, Barbados,
Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevrs-Anguilla, St. Lucia, St. Vin

cent' ancl Trinidad-Tobago.
Pacific Civic
(Continued from rate 1)
"I can only speak for the pre present,"
sent," present," Chase said. "Who can tell
what will happen in years to
come? They may send a man to
the moon, In a few years. Why
don't we let future councils wor worry
ry worry about, future problems?"
Chase was full of praise for
the manner in which Mrs. ,D.
Mallory presented the case ol
the Canal Zone Junior High
School before the last Town
Meeting with the Governor.
He said that he felt she
brought up "one of the most im important
portant important subjects touched on
and did a beautiful job in her
presentation." j
He said that he hoped the
council will hear about possible
. action to be taken to improve the
school situation at the next
meeting with the Governor
Francis A. Castles, principal
of Balboa Junior High School,
commented that the has visit visitors
ors visitors to the school now every day
who are investigating the sit situation.
uation. situation. Mrs. Charles Denning
Dies In Gorgas
After Long Illness
Mrs. Charles 0. Denning of
Balboa, member of a well known
Canal Zone family, who grew up
in the Zone, died at 9:25 this morn morning
ing morning at Gorgas Hospital. She was
53 years old.
Mrs. Denning was the former
Mary Glenn Fields. Although she
was born in Texas, she came to
the Isthmus with her family at a
very early age. Her father, the
late J. B. Fields, was for many
years the Constructing Quarter
master of the Canal organization.
Mrs. Denning attended Zone
schools and was graduated from
Cristobal High School. She was
also graduated from thaUUniver thaUUniver-sity
sity thaUUniver-sity of Texas. After graduating
from college, Mrs. Denning re returned
turned returned to the Isthmus and for se several
veral several years she was employed on
the editorial staffs of the Star and
Herald and Panama American.
For about 25 years after her
marriage she made her home in
Texas. She returned to the Canal
Zone late last year and has since
made her home with her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Fields, of Balboa. She has
been in ill health for a long time
and last entered Gorgas Hospital
on Febraury 28.
Her husband died some time
aeo. In addition to her brother
here, who is employed in the Com
munity Services Division Mrs. Den
ning is survived by One brother,
Frank Fields, who lives m Texas.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced lated.
The man who maintains he's
nobody's tool is probably a bache bachelor
lor bachelor and on orphan. m
Jefther Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
Hgh 92 i M
Low 75 80
HUMIDITY:
. High 90 86
Low 55 77
WIND:
(max. mph) N-20 N-20
RAIN (inches) I t
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 82
; THURSDAY, MARCH 13
FRIDAY, MARCH 14
High Low
11:20 a.m. 4:50 a.m.
11:52 p.m. 5:53 p.m.

Counci

"I like them. Let them
come," he stated.
Councilman Robert A. Stevens
made a motion that the possibil possibility
ity possibility of changing school hours in
the Canal Zone to alleviate the
present conditions be investigat investigated.
ed. investigated. This was one of the few con concrete
crete concrete steps taken at last night's
meeting, when the motion was
seconded and voted on.
Castles commented that the
afternoon sessions are "much
less productive" than the
morning classes due to exces excessive
sive excessive heat, overcrowding, lack
of good lighting and other fa facilities
cilities facilities missing in the school.
Sam Roe was appointed to look
into the matter further by going
to the Schools Division and in
terrogating them on the feasibil
ity and advisability oi sucn a
change-over.
The Canal's announcement
verifying the Shortage said in
part:
L. A. Ferguson, Supply & Com Company
pany Company Service director, announc announced
ed announced Tuesday afternoon the addi addition
tion addition of administrative measures
to tighten the receipt and sale
of stock in retail sales units of
the bureau as a result of recent
bhortages. 1
In six units where losses in
excess of normal have been esta established,
blished, established, the total amounts to
$17,011; according to unaudited
figures.
The extent to which this loss
is abnormal and directly attri attributable
butable attributable to pilferage has not
been definitely determined.
However, the total represents
less than one-half of One per
cent of total sales over the six six-month
month six-month period.
This ratio is much leas than
normally expected in mer merchandising
chandising merchandising on comparable
sales volume, but the short shortages
ages shortages have caused concern be because
cause because of the suddenness of the
discovery in a Canal Zone
business which has had an
exceptionally low ratio of
losses from pilferage or theft
over a long period.
While the investigation of the
shortage it being continued, the
pattern of petty pilferage has
been fairly well defined and dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary measures will be taken
in all Instances indicated, Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson announced.
The controls now being insti instituted
tuted instituted are normal in retail mer merchandising
chandising merchandising operations and are
to be applied uniformly in the
Commissary retail stores and in
the Service Centers and lunch luncheonettes.
eonettes. luncheonettes. Memorandums were issued
yesterday afternoon in English
and Spanish t o personnel
throughout the Sales and Serv Service
ice Service Branch of the bureau out outlining
lining outlining the administrative con control
trol control measures being adopted.
The four-point control mea measure
sure measure prevents the sale of food-,
stuffs in dented containers to
employes; all sales to employes
during duty hours, including
lunch period; bringing pack packages
ages packages into stores, except per personal
sonal personal items; and eating while
on duty.
Employes may bring lunches
in disposable containers.
These and such personal items
as umbrellas or raincoats will
be stored in designated areas.
Areas will be designated in
the various units for employes
to eat their lunches during lunch
periods only.
Driver Fails Test;
Details At Wheel'
Of Tractor-Trailer
A truck driver who failed to
pass a test to operate heavy equip equipment
ment equipment was picked up doing so short shortly
ly shortly after he wa'ked out of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone License Bureau.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court to today,
day, today, Roberto 0, Galeano told the
Judge that he took the test but
failed. Since he was told to come
back and try in three days again,
he proceeded on his way to the In Interior
terior Interior driving three-and-a-half ton
tractor and pulling a 10-ton trailer.
A police car picked him up a
stiort distance away from the Li License
cense License Bureau, and he was charg charged
ed charged with driving with a restricted
license.
The 26-year-old Panamanian did
have a license to drive commer commercial
cial commercial vehicles up to four tons, but
not heavy equipment. He missed
one question in the exam, the
court was told today.
The imposition of sentence was
suspended, and Judge John E. De De-ming
ming De-ming placed the defendant on six
months probation.

The three. other United Kingdom
dependencies in the Caribbean.

British Guiana, British Honduras
and the British Virgin Islands,
have 'decided riot to join the fed federation
eration federation for the time being.
Elections will be held in the 10
federation islands March 25.
The new legislature convenes
with Princess Margaret opening
the ceremonies April 22.
The legislature marks the final
stage in the progress of the West
Indies to full self-government.
For a while the British and
federation governments will be
working together, with the feder federation
ation federation government gradual'y tak taking
ing taking over more and more power.
The end is complete self-govern-mennt
for the federation and full
membership in the British Com Commonwealth.
monwealth. Commonwealth. Divers Don't Find
Body Of Musician
Drowned In Darien
Local authorities had nothing to
repon touay regarding tne searcn
lor the boay o. a 24-year-old lo local
cal local musician who orowned Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday atternoon while swimming in
tne Chucunaqiie river at Yaviza
in the Province oi Darien.
Up to late yesterday, native div divers
ers divers in piraguas were still search searching
ing searching the waters for the body of Ken Ken-nteih
nteih Ken-nteih Wmams, wno had traveled
to Darien Monday along with the
Victor Paz orchestra.
Local authorities believed the
search for the body may have
been suspended.
Wiiliams and the other members
of the orchestra sailed from Pana Panama
ma Panama aboarq tne is ion vessel Hil Hilda
da Hilda manned by a crew of five.
First reports reaciiing here yes yesterday
terday yesterday were that the vessel had
sunk and that four musicians were
missing. However, investigations
indicated that only Williams had
drowned while swimming, and
that no mishap had befallen the
vessel.
Reports from Yaviza yesterday
also said that two little boys
drowned Sunday at the same spot
where Williams went under in the
deep Chucunaque' river.
American Baby Boy
Believed Kidnaped
At Okinawa Base
NAHA, Okinawa, March 13 (UP)
U. S. military and Okinawan ci civil
vil civil police spread a search acrosd
the entire inland today for a six-
week-old American boy believed
kidnaped.
The missing child is Brady D.
Hitt, son of Terence D. Hitt, a ci civilian
vilian civilian working for the U. S. Air
Force at Kadena base here.
Authorities said the baby disap disappeared
peared disappeared between 7 and 8 o'clock
last night from his crib in his par
ents nome. rney live in a housing
area near the air base.
Hitt laid he had received no de demand
mand demand for ransom but he offered
$500 reward for information lead leading
ing leading to his son's sa'e recovery.
"The baby is definitely kidnap
ed," he said. He said the screen
had been ripped from the bedroom
window, the window was open and
tne room was "torn apart.
Hitt saio footrints also were
found in the boy's room.
A baby blanket printed with rab rabbits
bits rabbits was missing along with the
chi'd, clad in a white nightgown.

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KND OF AN ERA Lt. Charles Thorns Denner salutes the jOOO-ton battleship Wisconsin
after her decommissioning at Bayonne, J. The Wisconsin wss-ttw last battleship in- active
duty for the Navy, and her retirement leaves the Navy without a battleship for the firt time
since 1895.

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TOMATO SURPRISE Actress Anita Ekberg. stares coldly
after being hit on the left hip with a tomato by nisht club
stripper Evelyn West cjuring Miss Ekberg's appearance with
Bob Hope (left) at the Gables theatre, Coral Gables, Fla. Miss
west, who was taken to the police station and charged with
disorderly conduct and creating a disturbance, said the actress
snubbed. her during her night club act the-night before.

'Foreign Aircraft Said
Dropping Arms To Rebels

SINGAPORE, March 13 (UP)-
An Indonesian army spokesman
charged today in Jakarta that
"foreign aircraft" dropped arms
and ammunition to rebel forces
in the big Sumatra oil field area
around Pakanbaru.
The spokesman said the "for
eign aircraft" dropped the sup
plies to the rebels just as govern government
ment government paratroopers were leaping
into the area in a successful at
tack on Pakanbaru.
At the same time other Jakar
ta reports said Indonesian govern
ment troops landed at several
places on the west coastof Cen
tral Sumatra ana are arivmg on
the rebel stronghold of Padang-
The spokesman would not con confirm
firm confirm these reports.
T,t Col. Pirneadie. the army
snnkpsman. said the rebels appar
ently intended to destroy the A-
merican owned oil installations ot
the raltex Pacific Oil company
but were prevented from doing so
by lojfal commaados.
The naratrooners seized the bulk
of; the foreign-supplied arms and
ammunition before the r e D e i s
could seize it, he said. He would
not identify the foreign country
he said was involved.
Thp ministry oi information in
.Takara said there were other re
ports the rebels were arming In
donesian veterans, of the former
Dutch Colonial army m Indone
sia. He warned this meant di
saster" for their families.
Pimeadie said the paratroops
had entered the town of Pakan
baru and captured he airneia,
adding to the difficulties of rebel
supplies. This report :oincided
with a rebel report of rebel
nianps shooting down a govern
ment plane in thfe area.
He also said it was 'possible
that the government troops had
EXPiCTS SALES INCREASi
www YORK March 13 (UP)
Continental Can Co. Inc., which
had record sales "but lower earn earnings
ings earnings in 1957, expects 1958 to be a
good year and possibly a "veryj
good year," according 10 us an annual
nual annual ftsnort. The company said it
expects the expanding population
anA tho trpnrf tn hptfpr narkaeine
to boost sales volume even in the
present period of lessened bus business
iness business activity.

driven as far as 15 miles tord

the rebel "capital" of Bukittioggi
as reported by the Pia news a a-gency.
gency. a-gency. NY Philarmonic Ol
To Perform Here
At Rio Theater
For the first time in Isthmian
history, one of the great sympho symphony
ny symphony orchestras of the world will
perform in Panama.
In the course of a concert se
ries booked for Central and South
America, the New York Phiihar
monic Orchestra is scheduled to
play in the capital city on Tues
day, April 29.
Leonard Bernstein will conduct
the 120 musicians.'
Panama businessman A r t u r o
Maduro is sponsoring the perform
ance, and Maestro Herbert de
Castro will act as local manager.
The entire concert tour, includ
ing the Panama stop, is being
made through the efforts of the
American National Theater and
Academy, with the assistance of
the President's Fund of the Unit
ed States,
The orchestra is traveling in a
special plane.
Panama's concert will be given
at the Rio Theater, in Rio Abajo.
This theater seats some 2,500
persons. It was chosen by an ad
vance agent of the American Na
tional Theater and Academy as
the only large theater inx Pana
ma which has a stage big enough
to accommodate a 120-man or
chestra.' (The stage o? the Nation
al Theater is large enough, but
its seating capacity 1s limited.
Reserved seats for the sympho
ny will be $5, with general admis
sion seats at $3 and $2.
Tickets will go on sale later at
Morrisons, but may be reserved
now through Maestro de Castro,
whose telephone number is Pana
ma 2-0357.
JAP REPORT REVEALED
TOKYO, March 13 (UP)-Dep-
uty Chief Cabinet Secretary Tat
suo Tanaka today told a Parlia
ment committee that 1,700,000
Japanese military personnel and
168,090 civi'ians were killed or
wounded in World War II. TSnaka
said Japan also lost 48 per cent
o' its territory and 23.3 per cent
ot us pre-war wealth.

Bnft story on page 12
Odds Now 20-1 In Favor of Tax Cut
Declares Congressional Economist
WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP). -A congressional economic expert said today "the odds
theWeconomy 'n fTr ' CU" te n exceedin,y ,ast nd marked picks)
Be made the statement as Treasury Secretary Robert B. Anderson reported that he and
President Fisenhnuer u,Pr. nl nvin. a .HL.n.u ne na

. -v 'i I. . u -t. tajL cvutae x vi me presvni
.naWngantaprop p'obably would consult members of both, parties before
The congressional expert, who would not permit use of his name bat who has kern watch
m tax plans of both Republicans and Democrats, said Americans conhl safely bet on i d
ible reduction this year.

There is surprising agreement
between the administration and
congressional leaders on the kind
of tax cut that should lie enact enacted,
ed, enacted, if such action is considered
necessary to help, pull the coun country
try country out of the recession.
They generally agreed that:
'The cut would be a big
on. Democrats have secretly
drafted' a plan for a six or sev seven
en seven billion dollar reduction. Vice
President Richard M. Nixon and
Labor Secretary James P. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell have agreed that any cut
would be "substantial."
The cut would provide for re reductions
ductions reductions in individual income
taxes, corporate income, taxes and
also selected reductions m excise
taxes.
The excise slash would include
taxes on freight shipments and
probably on manufacture of auto
mobiles. Most of the individual
income tax relief would Hi to
lower income groups who would
be expected to put the money in
to circulation quickly.
Anderson emphasized after sn
hour long conference with the
Boys 6, Girls 6
Twelve babies were born in Coco
Solo Hospital during the week end ending
ing ending at midnight Wednesday March
3, according to the regular report
same period 85 patients were ad
mitted and 68 were discharged.
Babtes were born to the follow
inst parents of United States citl
zenshin: FN and Mrs. MUDurn
Ward, of Cocoi
soirto. son; Mr.
and Mrs. Georg-
Hiideins, of Mar
garita, daught
Edward Kot, of
ter; Lt. and Mr
; Mr. and Mrsj
ort Gulicfc, daugh-
Alistair Munro, of
Fort Gulick, s
Sp-3 and Mrs.
Leon Pearce, o
Coco Solito, son;
Sp-2 and Mrs
harles McCollum,
of Fort Gulick, )son; and Sp-2 and
.VII 3. I rt 1 IV Jiu'i
111 JninVltAt f
Babies were bbrn to the follwing
parents of Panamanian citizenship
Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Gondola, of
Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. noueri
u-nnic f fninn dauehter: Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Lewis, of Colon, dau
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Oswaldo Heil
bron, of Colon, son; aua
Mrs. Lackland Manning, of Camp
.Bierd, daughter.
In Needle Trades
Return To Work
NEW YORK, March 13 (WV (WV-ii
ii (WV-ii in.! iennn umrkers Of tne 103,-
000 who went on strike against
the dress makers last wee reev reeved
ed reeved Vders to return to their jobs
today. i 1
Officials of two major employer
associations that had held out a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst accepting a new tnree:year
contract with the Internaticral
Ladies Garment Workers Union
ratified the pact yesterday. Three
other industry groups had approv approved
ed approved it Tuesday.
Fifty thousand workers in seven
northeastern states went back to
work yesterday and 40,000 more
were to join them today.
Rut tho union announced that the
strike that began March 5 would
' : ni.lriiiarc nf
continue agamsi me chihj;o
15,000 workers in Pennsylvania and
upstate New York. The companies
involved broke away from the five
main employer associations.
The biggest secessionist, Jona Jonathan
than Jonathan Logan Inc., a jobbing firm
in New Jersey, rejoined the popu popular
lar popular priced dress manufacturers as association
sociation association yesterday.
Julius Hochman, manager of
the union's joint dress board, said
seven jobbers who had not pre previously
viously previously had union contracts also
had signed. He said this indicated
the union was succeeding in itself
ofrts to curb non-union competi competition
tion competition in the industry.
Pardisd Civil
Defense Will
Meet On Monday
The Paraiso Civil Defense Vo Volunteer
lunteer Volunteer Corps will meet on Monday
March 17 at 7:30 p.m., at the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso School. The residents of the
town of Pedro Miguel are "urged
to attend these civil defense meet
ings and to participate in the tram
ins sessions.
First Aid Instructor William H
Gordon will conduct classes for
which a supply of the nre Ame American
rican American Red Cfoss First Aid textbook
will be available. All members of
the Volunteer Corps are, nixed to
attend. The general public is invit
ed.

Little League

re-,
garding taxes has been made."
He said the final decsion would
be reached "only when the im impact
pact impact of current developments on
the future course of the economy
has been classified and after con
sultation witth congressional lead
ers."
The decision could come ear early
ly early next month when the admin administration
istration administration starts receiving statis statistics
tics statistics on unemployment in March.
The President and his I advisers
look for a business upturn this
Saharan Chief
Charges US With
Supplying Bombs
GOULIMINE, Morocco, March
13 (UP) A Saharan Nomad chief
has accused the United States of
supplying planes and bombs the
alleged Spanish and French mili
tary forces were using to drive
Sahara Moslems from their homes
The charge was made by Sheik
Mohammed el Aghdaf, an aged
leader of a giant Sahara Arab cln
and one of the respected spokes
man for roughly seven thousand
Moslem refugees camped on the
outskirts of tlie sunbaked town at
the Sahara's gates.
Moroccan officials said the sheik
is" a former delegate of the Sultan
of Morocco to Saharan zones under
Spanish administration, he told re
porters here there was no reason
"for the attacks on people of the
Sahara for which America has sup
pliedlthe planes.
Like many of the refugees here
he claimed the attacks had been
made both by French and Spanish
armed forces.
A group of international cor
respondents was flown here yester yesterday
day yesterday by the Moroccan government
to see the refugees, wno have been
streaming in from the battle-torn
Ifni enclave 10 miles to the north
west and from some Sahara region
farther south.
Moroccan sources have said the
re'ugees flow is symptomatic of
discontent with French and Span Spanish
ish Spanish rule in the Sahara territories
that Morocco claims rightfully be
long to her.
larceny" By Trick'
Plea Postpones
Trial For 2 Theil
Pleading guilty to a charge of
petit larceny, a Panamanian oe
fendant facing the Balboa Magis
trate today stipulated that it was
"larceny because of a deceitfal
action.'1
Judge John E. Deming however
felt that the man, Juan C. San
tos, aio not quite tuuy unaerstana
thee charge, and entered a plea
of not guilty for the defendant.
The incident, which occured last
December, involves the theft of
two $1 bills from Ernesto J. Ver Ver-gara.
gara. Ver-gara. It allegedly occurred in the
old Pacific Clubhouse.
The government said today it
may have several additional
charges of a similar nature to file
against Santos in ,the near future.
After the defendant told the
Judge that he was defrauded ( by
the owner of the money, ind was
therefore pleading guilty to the
larceny but wanted to add it was
"by trickery," the Judge said:
"You can't have hwceny by
trickery. I dpnlt. believe you un understand
derstand understand the charge."
The case was continued to per permit
mit permit the government to calls its
witnesses. Bail of $25 was set in
the case, and the defendant is now
in Balboa jail awaiting trial.
US Soldier Who
Killed Japanese
Gr's Commutation
SENDAI, Japan, March 13 UP)
The Sendai Court of Appeals to
day commuted to life imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment the death sentence against
the first American soldier sched
uled to be hanged under Japanese
cm law.
The decision paved the way for
the return of Pvt. Orvis Boone,
25, a Negro of Galveston, Tex.,
to the. United States to serve a
previous life term sentence hand handed
ed handed down by a U.S. Army court-
martial.
Boone had been convicted, with
his 22-year-old Japanese sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. Shigeko Sasaki, by the Sen Sendai
dai Sendai District Court last year of
murdering Kikuko M u r a k i, a
friend o' Miss Sasaki, on Sept. 4,
1956. Miss Sasaki's sentence also
was commuted.
Boone previously had been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced by a U.S. Military Court
for the bludgeon slaying of SP3
Edward K. Muanakea, 21. o' Hon Honolulu.
olulu. Honolulu. Under today's ruiinhe win
serve his sentence in a U.S.
prison.

President that "no decision

month. If the Marrh

figures, which will be announced
awui Apru iv, tail to show it, a
tax cut is just about inevitable.
Anderson, who said his atate.
ments had neenapproved in ad
vance by the President nnint.d
out that the Treasury conducts a
wusiam stuay of. the economie
situation.
xius mciuaes an estimate of
jcveuue gams ana losses frow
any change in tax laws.
"We must "carefully wmeh hth
the cm-rent implications and the'
long-term effects which might re result"
sult" result" from any tax reduction, he
Th tax-cutting initiative I
expected to come rom the
White House, rather than from
Congtoss.
Democratic leader?, who, have
been prodding tie administration
on public Works spending and,
other anti-recession measures in-;
sist that, as of now, they have no'
intention of trying to beat the ad-
ministration 1 the punch with a
tax-cutting drive.
wut the democrats are readv to
push for a tax-cutting program of
their own as soon as the admin-'
istration declares the such dras
tic action is required to revive
the economy.
Argentina Sends
Defiant Clerks
To Naval Brig.
BUENOS AIRES, March 13 (UP)
Motorized marines rounded up
about 1,000 drafted bank clerk!
who had defied military orderi to
resume normal "work and hustled
them off to the Naval Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering School's brig late yesterday,
it was announced today.
A marine "task force" with
weapons carriers and radio ears
swooped down on the Central
Bank, the' Provincial Bank and,
the Bank of the Nation to arrest
the defiant draftees.
The clerks, who were drafted to
i ; -1 i ij
pnn a crippun dbuh siorc. ie ie-turned
turned ie-turned to work on Army orders.
On union orders,' however, they
staged sit-down, strikes or slow
downs in most Buenos A i r
banks.
mfmmm
LAST DAY!
3:05 6:00
v 1.QO.50
9:00 p.m.
The town The people -Everyone's
talking about!
Story of youthful romance!
OPENS
TOMORROW
CinhmaScop
COLOR ky be LUXI

Mr mate v IHk

ire Ml OURS
Arthur Q'CONNELL

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