The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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: A TOURIST HITS
Etn lo HRK YORK
II AND 10 SAO PAULO
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AN KDffBtDEHT NEWSPAPER
Mama Merican
'Let the people know the truth and the country it Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R P., PH1DAY, MARCH 14. 185
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Thunderbirds, Jet Bombers
Will Put On Shows tomorrow

One of the biggest arrays

residents of tne istnmus mbktow, jmnw j v uy.
Open houses for the public will be staged at both Fort

Hbk Air Force Base on the
Since 1850 V. S. military

a,tar us Armffift Forces Dy. Prior to na vmv eacn service ooservea weir own jay oc poo

irwpection ..Power for Peaee' has been the theme of the
.t...i. riatinshin hetween the U. S. national strenrth

JaW Althoifth. Armed Forces
25..M.it.t.tn.,iiief Caribbean
to have th observance coincide'
hlfiHfr the ooservancc.
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Gen. Hifhtower
Sent To Office
Of Defense Sec.
Secretary of the Army Wnber
cjktr today ahhohntap. fm
lent Of ana. Ben. Loon
V, Hightower, ehlef offotaff of the
Caribbean Command, to the office
of the Secretary of Defense in
Washington, D.C.
The general, who will report to
Washington in June, will be a
member-of the' Army element of
he. Defense Department's Wea Weapons
pons Weapons System Evaluation Group. He
has been Caribbean Co m m an d
thief of staff since June 1957.
1 Brucker simultantously an announced
nounced announced that Brig. Gen. Paul R,
Weyrauch, present $commanding
general Of the U., S. Army Anti
titer aft Artillery and Tank Train
center at ron &iewart, ua.,
be assigned to. Headquarters
bean Command May 1 to
ed Hightower as Chief of
je Weapons System Evaluation
p rn the office of the Secre
of Defense is jointly staffed
icers from the Army, Navy
Air Force, and served to ad
the Secretary of Defense on
reamers concerning tne military
applications if new weapons sys
terns of the three services.
jPlghtower arrived in the Canal
.J35ne m January 1856 from, duty
in the Pentagojt where he served
as chief of the organization and
training division of G-3, Opera
Uons, Dtpartment of the Army.
War to his assignment to Head
quarters CaribbeJB Command he
served successively as chief of
staff and Deputy Commanding
General of U.S. Army Caribbean
Jlfoyrauch is also a gtfaduate of
the U.S. Military Academy at
West Point and the National War
College.
During World War H he served
su tne B. S. bin Army in me
Southwest Pacific as executive of
fleer of Army. Artillery and later
istsnt G-3 of th Army head-
era.
u. '
res Birth To Heir
Monacan Throne
$10lSTE CARLO. March 14
)-Princess Grave gave birth
a to a boy. insuring tns con-
aance of. the Monacan Monarch-
t and securing this postage-stamp
ntry against French income
palace announced ttaat 'a
uncing bany prince was born
' 13 .50 a.m. Grace's second
lid but, being a boy, the heir
lithe throne.
bus the yearning ambition of
co Rainier and alt his sub-
was realized. It happened on
Imy spring day and th jtibi-
boommg of a 101-gun salute
ed the news across the little
principality
"Grace's first Child, Princess Cari
oline, was born on Jan. 33, 1957
but the boy will take royal pre
cedence.
iife weighs tight pounds even
ounces.
lis name is Prince Albert Alex
ra Louis Pierre.

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of military equipment and demonstrations will be offered to thel

ractiK aw.
services by, proclamation of "the1

Day will not be obs;-ived in the United States until May 18, thf
Command has received permission for the second straight yaw:

with the Panama dry season,
Gates will open to the public at
Fort Davis at 8 a.m. and remain
open until- 4 p.m.
At Albrook the public may enter
at ir a.m. With the gates closing
at JS p.m.
The Atlantic side program start starting
ing starting at 9 a.m. will last until 11 a.m.
During this time spectators will
see a joint military review and
welcome address by Col. Gines
J erez, commanding ofiicer at Fort
Gulick; a chemical demonstration;
the Cristobal High School KOTC
Drill Team; and an air show in including
cluding including U.$. Army L-19 and Beav Beaver
er Beaver aircraft; USAF Canberra bomb
ers and the official USAF aeroba
tics team "Thunderbirds" flying
supersonic F100 Super Sabre jets.
There will also be. open houses
staged at Battery "B" at fjort Da
vies, the service club at Fort Gu
lick, the swimming pools at Fort
Davis and Fort Guick aid the
Fort Davis gymnasitfm.
A Albrook, rh public is invit invited
ed invited to insp.ct static displays and
exhibits from 11 a.m. until 1:30
p.m. whon the demonstrations
begin on the ran.p ara.
The' U.S. Army Caribeban Che Chemical
mical Chemical Section will present a chem chemical
ical chemical demonstration followed by the
Inter-American Geodetic Survev.
also of U. S. Armv Caribbean:
model airplane groups of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone will present a control-line
model flying demonstration; and
the Balboa Hi eh School nhrr.
Drill Team will windup the ground
iwruun oi me demonstration.
At approximately 1 p.m. fh.
, r whih will In
clude B-57 CamberrH bombers
end n U.S. Army "Ottor'; a
rh.
"Thunderbirds.''
The weather factor plays'in im
portant pari m he Thunderbirds
demonstrations.
" To perform property they must
..aye celling Oi iu,ooo feet with
Junes v.aiuuuy. However, a mo mo-dified
dified mo-dified version of the performance
can oe accomplished with a 3,000
Jity.
cct ajciijnv ann rnrAP mt ne iriaiki
Du. to rh. large amount of
smok. now present in the- Itth.
mus atmosphere from dry sea season
son season brush firos, th. final deci decision
sion decision of whether or not they will
perform Saturday wi d,eid.
d by team leader Mai. J. A.
Robinson only minutes befor.
their show bea ns
ShwaS?t" .permittin8. the f u 1 1
w wi be performed.
The hour followine thp sir
may he spent in visiting the exhi exhibits
bits exhibits and displays. At Albrook, o-
cwaes ai b p.m.
Arrangernents are being made
to handle the largest crowd yet to
attend an Armed Forces Day ob observation
servation observation ift .the Canal Zone.
Special attention will be given
to keeping the traffic moving in
and out of Fort Davis and Albrook
nir rorce ase, Saturday.
m ootn areas, military police
wilj bp. joined with forces of Air
Pohce and Shore Patrol personnel
RiP, CZ Officials
Invited To Ship
Taking Manganese
Top-ranking officials of Panama
and the Canal Zone were invited
to a small reception scheduled for
early this afternoon aboard the
Danish freighter London at bar
Cristobal Pier. The event inarksl
me- nrsi snipmeni o manganese
ore from the Republic.
resident Ernesto de la Guar
dia, Jr., and his cabinet headed
the Panama list which mctudof
governor of colon Province Jose
M. Gonzalez and Mayor of Colon
Jose M. Vives.
Gov. W. E. Potter of the Canal
Zone was expected to come or
send a representative.
The, London is due to sail this
weekend with an estimated 4.500
tons of ore en route to Mobile.
Ala.
The mineral is destined He steel
mills in the Birmingham District,
Gay Chorines
LONDON, March 14 (UP)
Twenty chorus girls in 1 1 g h t
sweaters,' short skirts and black
knit stockings ran giggling
through London's business section
"for art's sake" today.
It was an event that would
have jammed traffic in most oth other
er other cities but bowler hatted bro
kers hard'y turned their heads.
There were a tew arms, a ew
more raised eyebrows but not a
single wolf whistle
The girls from the Tiller
School which trains them for Lon

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Dayis on the Atlantic tide and
President haye obseryed one da;
observance since ft so'
and peaceful aspirations.
so that the weather wlH not k
to direct the flow, parkins and!
crowd control on the installations.
The Canal Zone Police will as assist
sist assist the military police and handle
the traffic on and off the two loca
tions.
Visitors at Fort Davis will ent enter
er enter from Bo'ivar Highway through
gate 1, and exit by gate 3 to At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic terminal cities.
At Albrook, all traffic will enter
from Gail'ard Hignway through
the main gate, number 1, and exit
through gate 2.
Visitors are aked not to ride
bieyel.s to Albrook, as they will
be required to park them outside
the main gat. at their own risk.
Bicycles will no be allowed on
the base due to the hazard to the
rider of the backwash from air aircraft
craft aircraft in the demonstration area.
The joint Armed Forces Day
committee also announced that
youth organizations will operate
cold drink and hot dog stands at
both "Open Houses" for those visi visitors
tors visitors that wish to arrive early and
remain during the lunch hour.
'Explorer' Film
Due Ar Ft. Davis
Showing Tomorrow
the first public showing of a new
film "Explorer" about the U. S.
satellite will take pjace tomorrow
norning aa part of the Armed
Forces Day owervaoce at FArt
DirViti
The filmv showing the develop development
ment development and launching ef Explorer,"
will be shown in the U.S. Army
Caribbean School exhibit, andhas
been made available by JtJM In Information
formation Information Service as part of Its
participation in Armed Forces Day
on both sides of the Isthmus. There
also wi'l be a special USIS exhibit
at Fort Davis.
, Meanwhile another U.S. film on
missiles, "Defensive Skypower,"
will be shown by the Army Signal
Corps exhibit at Albrook Air Force
Base tomorrow. This feature al also
so also has been provided by US
Information Service.
Both films are scheduled to be
telecast by CFN, as well, at 3:15
tomorrow afternoon, t
Two Charges Added
To Car-Theft Cases
Against 100-Miler
Two additional charges of try trying
ing trying to steal cars were lodged to today
day today in Balboa Magistrate's Court
against a Panamanian already in
jail on five counts of automobile
theft.
The new cases today against
Quintin Gonzalez were continued
until 1:30 this afternoon so that
certain witnesses might be called
in iui esuiy.
Gonzalez, alias Virgilio J. Vuel Vuel-Vas,
Vas, Vuel-Vas, a 22-year-old unemployed Pa
namanian with a long criminal
record in Panama was i i r s t
brought to the police station on
Jan. 27 following his capture on
the Trans-Isthmian Highway.
The defendant had led both Can
al Zone police and Panama Na Na-tionol
tionol Na-tionol Guardsman a merry chase
Which at one point allegedly reach
ed loo m.p.h. He was- driving a
stolen car when caught
Residents of Ancon, Diablo and
Cocoli as well as Raraiso were
berelt of cars as a result of the
wave of automobi'e thefts last
month.
Today Gonzalez was charged
with grand larceny which involved
stealing a car woth $350 from
Robert H. Buker on Feb. 9 in An Ancon.
con. Ancon. A second charge, of attempted
grand larceny, was filed against
Gonzalez for trying to steal a car
rom Devello Wilday on Feb. 26
at Cocoli.
Bail o.' $500 was ordered in each
of the new charges
Race Through
don's beat vaudeville- and televi television
sion television shows ran a relay as a
publicity stunt for the first new
theater in London's mile square
business district in 250 years.
Just before the stunt began, a
frowning po'ice inspector read the
girls excerpts from a 1934 law
which forbids such actions within
three miles of Charing Cross.
Then he gave a broad wink
and. the relay started at, the Roy Royal
al Royal Theater in Drury Lane, iusi a
few blocks from Charing Cross.
Running in pairs, the girl re

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SETTLE THEIR DISPUTE WITH SABRES Police Minister Jorge Fernandez 8toU (right
attacks Senator Wilson Sologuren during their sabre duel In Lima, Peru. Stoll challenged
Sologuren after the senator publlsaed a letter ,ne minister found offensive. StoU resigned
Hi post, since Peruvian law forbids dueling, but the government informed him nis resigna resignation
tion resignation would not be acecpted. The duel ended quickly when Sologuren received wounds, none
of which was serious.
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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
FIVE-DOLLAR fines are being
imposed by Mayor Jose E. Cajar
Escala on the parents of minors
over 14 years of ago. who are pick
ed unby the National
(jpApbreels after wp
Thoto under 14 years old who
have been arretted have to re.
main In custody until Monday
when Juvenile Court Judge Cla Clara
ra Clara Oomalez Bonringer returns
from a trip to the prvlnco of
Chriqui.
Eeleven more teenagers were
arrested by the National Guard
last night after the 9 o'clock curfew
for minors.
Certain elements amani th Inc
w ivavuvi e f aovbtBuwi a i c aaiu w
be planning to challege the consti consti-ttitiqnality
ttitiqnality consti-ttitiqnality of an amendment to So Social
cial Social Security regulations recently
approved by the National Asstra-
Ny.
Main objection to the amend amendment
ment amendment is centered around the pro provision
vision provision which bars retired govern government
ment government employes from accepting
employment from private institu institutions
tions institutions under penalty of lorfeiting
their pension?
The body of Panamanian cyclist cyclist-musician
musician cyclist-musician i&nneth (Chino) Wil Williams
liams Williams was recovered from the
waters of the Cnucunaque river at
Yadiza yesterday, about 15 miles
from the spot where he went down."
After an autopsy, which deter determined
mined determined that Williams had just eaten
when he went swimming and may
have sufiereo a cramp, the body
was buried at El Real with Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' lather and a brother, who
flew Ja from Peru, present.
Air Crash Victims
Still On Serious
List At'Corgos
Two Canal Zone youths
who!
were injured In a light
plane
crash over the week end were
stiiron the seriously ill list at Gor
gas Hospital today. Authorities re
port their condition to be "UaV
cnanged."
Richard Can of Balboa
and
Douglas Schmid of Ancon, eacH
21, received severe third degree
nurns when the small rpivate
Diane thev were in crashed at
Santa Clara iiast Sunday afternoon.

Two other passengers .n therNew York City ballet led- by faul

plane, Julio Wright of Panama

City and William T. Coffev of BaWa

boa. walked away from the crash
witn only minor ourns and lacer
alloos.
PAIR oy P i

London To Mermaid Theater

layed a. torch lighted from the
flame of the theater in Drury
Lane to the new Mermaid Thea Theater
ter Theater in the heart of the business
district.
Most of them were giggling so
hard they could hardly run.
"It's the first time any of us
has run in years," gasped curva curva-ceous
ceous curva-ceous Delia Wicka, 20, at the end
of the relay.
A po'icj car followed the route
to guard against accidents.
A truckful of photographers al also
so also followed, speeding through two

Warning Given

Airconditioning, Modernizing
Building Will Cost $942,307

A contract lor air cojtwwna
mi modernizintr tne Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights
Has been awarded to Huffman,
Wolfe Southern Corporation, of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Georgia, it was announced
yesterday at Balboa Heights.
The firm entered a low bid of
$942,307 for the work, which will
include the relocation and .-encva-tion
of several offices and instal installation
lation installation of a new elevator in addi addition
tion addition to air conditioning and a mod modernized
ernized modernized lighting system. Bids
were opened last month.
HP Postal Chief
Reports 45,000
Unclaimed Litters
Panama's Postmaster General
Catalino Arrocha Graell defended
the republic's postal system, which
he said is sometimes unjastly
hlamed for delays and the loss of
f letters that actually occur at for
eign post ottices.
t At a press con'erence yesterday,
Arrocha Graell also declared that
some 45,000 unclaimed letters are
cluttering the local post office.
These letters are incorrectly ad addressed
dressed addressed and do not have the send senders'
ers' senders' addresses. Arrocha Graell
said the letters will be, opened in
the presence of an auditor from
the Comptroller General's office
in order that checks and money
orders may be recorded and held
for delivery if possible. The rest
of the letters will be burned, he
said.
In his defense of the local post
of ice, Arrocha Graell s-h o w e d
newsmen a letter from a Wash Washington
ington Washington cost office reporting the
theft Of nine letters addressed to
Panama residents.
Th nostmaster general also
told of letters being delayed at
the point of mailing in devious
wavs. with the result inai mey
i local post office usually gets the
blame.
BALLET TROUPE ARRIVES
I TOKYO, March 14 (UP) The
Szi'ard arrived today by plane for
one month tour of -Japan. The
troupe will make its Japan debut
in Tokyo on March 17. It will
leave Japan for a tour of Austral Australia
ia Australia on April 13.
red light and starting down a
one-way street to keep up with
the girls.
At the entrance to the half half-completed
completed half-completed Mermaid Theater, at
Puddle Dock, the last pair of
girls handed the torch to comic
Norman Wisdom.
He lighted a pile o" fagots un under
der under a claret punch.
"All these dancing girls are
young and single," an announcer
told the crowd of 400 reaching for
the steaming grog.
The girls giggled again.

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additional work included
alternate plans. Money availaoie
made possible acceptance of two
o. tne alternates which cover the.
office remodelling work.
The contracting firm Will have
about a year to complete the en enure
ure enure project alter receiving notice
to proceed. This notice will be giv given
en given alter compliance with neces necessary
sary necessary lormalities in connection with
the contract.
The tist extensive, change to
be made in the building since its
construction in 1914, the principal
alterations other than the instal installation
lation installation df air conditioning and flu
orescent lighting, wiii be provision
in the basement for the studio and
laboratory o, the Official Photo Photographer
grapher Photographer and the conversion of a
suite of offices now occupied by
the Executive Secretary and t the
Military Assistant to the Govern Governor
or Governor for use as a Board Room. Space
in all rooms in the new suite will
be increased by the use of the
existing balconies.
The Executive Secretary, the
Military Assistant and the Admi Administrative
nistrative Administrative Assistant to the Govern Governor,
or, Governor, and their secretaries, -will be
moved to a suite of rooms across
the ha'l from the new board room
and the of ice of the Marine Su Superintendent.
perintendent. Superintendent. The new elevator will be instal installed
led installed in the existing shaft, and will
be provided with both manual and
automatic controls.
No structural changes are!' in involved
volved involved in the plans and th build building
ing building will present much the same
outward appearance ofjoday with
the exception or the insta'lation of
elass doors to all outside entrance-ways.

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IKE GREETS HIS MAMIE Pre-fttfent and Mrs. Wsenhower
wstlic arai-fn-erm to their limousine after the Pirsfc Lody ar arrived
rived arrived in WashlhjC.on from a vacation at an Arizona health
resort and a visit with her mother in Denver, Colo.

CZ Schools Get

2 Hours

Of Today's Show

Caribbean Air Command todav aave Canal Zona

school authorities more than two hours notice that a pair
of Canberra jet bombers would be making low runs down

ftiorooK runway this atterhoon working out for tomorrow's
Armed Forces Ddy show.
Some parents of children in the' various schools neor
the end of Afbrook runway complained that the crack
supersonic jet acrobatic team, the Thunderbirds, startled

rne scnooicmidren with their high-speed, low-level run
over Albrook yesterday before going into the most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular demonstration of jet-age precision flying ever
seen on the Isthmus.

No warning of the show

cause the Thunderbirds, flying down from the States, did
a. I a.1 l a .a Tm

nor Know rnemseives whether they would be going through
their paces or not till they looked over the weather at
their moment of arrival. Clouds or drfseason haze can
hamper their maneuvering.

I he abrupt arrival ofHie Super Sal

ftepJe, and tin mot WIKty
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long-standing argument oyer

in four concern amona teachers nnrl

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rignr ott rne eno or an airrieia runway.

It was reported that two high
school gir.s .ainted irom the shock
of hearing the roar of the Thun Thunderbirds
derbirds Thunderbirds tighl over the school.
A few schoolkids became hyster hysterical
ical hysterical and were sobbing bitterly af
ter the jet demonstration was over. I
I closed my eyes, one of tne
scared youngsters recalled today,
"and thought in a minute IM
be dead."
An indignant parent argued:
"Do we parents have to stand
by and dig our own children's
graves belore they do anything, a a-bout
bout a-bout it?"
One woman who was standing
in ,ront ot the Balboa Post Office
just as the first lone jet went over
said today the rush of air made
the tops of the palms sway.
"There was such a terrific blast
then I turned and saw that all
the adults' had turned white with
fright."
A Balboa housewife today claim claimed
ed claimed she ran out of her house sream sream-lng:
lng: sream-lng: "My God, they've bit the
school."
An employe at the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building today remarked:
"It was a strange feeling, look looking
ing looking 'down at those jets."
Many objected to th. fact that
ther. was n. advanc. warning.
"It wouldn't hav. bowi half
so frl.jM.ning If thty had told
us in advanc," a tchoeltcaeh tchoeltcaeh-r
r tchoeltcaeh-r .remarked..
"There should de initely be a
rule or regulation against this
sort of thing," another mother sur
mised. My kid came home from
4-

Notice

was possible vesrerdav h.
switched on th
a In1 ,i
ring Climbs, cadi
children. It also tnA rh
the wisdom of having schools
school frightened out of her wits
As soon as the first swoop of
jets came over the school a re re-cecess
cecess re-cecess was called and youngstelfs
were, dismissed fr$m clas to stand
outside watching the maneuvers.
Aan think this was elen mora
dangerous, getting them out like
tnat, one ooserver said today
working in Balboa iMc.m. so
Pln'am "" Sr
burn hoi. in th. board.
hiihJgh 8chp' students in a
'Lt,0day agreed th4t 'bey were
plenty snook up."
"In fact," remarked one pret pret-eS.
eS. pret-eS.
A young student cimt hnn,. ..j
reported that his teacher hid u
der her desK when th. ...3.
starts ,.,u;i- Jcl l
classrooms screaming. i
Several civic councilmen &&
wondered "whatever haTSed',
he Air Force decision of last y,a?
h trMSur alVheir cuvitiei"tO
the Old Howard IT ,.M d
Are thev en'ma i i.,-.
i--- v. mcy gei one
comment-
cu.
Kids Able To Throw
Invited To Attend
P. Miguel Meeting
been asked for next -Wednesday
evening at the first of two meet meetings
ings meetings to be held that night by the
Pedro Miguel Civic Council
Both gatherings will take place
in the basement of the first build building
ing building off the highway whidh is be being
ing being used as a community gather gather-ing
ing gather-ing place.
The first meeting set for 0:30
p.m. is for "kids whn pan thrm,"
land for teenagers up through
nign school grades.
It wjll be followed at 7:30 by a
meeting for adults.
Questioned today as to whether
Pedro Miguel .had bien troubled
with rockthrowing, Civic Councfl
president Cleveland Roberts re replied:
plied: replied: "There's been a iittle. Nothing
much has been hurt. ,bHt we don't
want thii thing to get started."
The presence of parents, parti particularly,
cularly, particularly, is requested, for the T: 30
meeting.
A number of factual reports
mil be made. These .n to in include
clude include a report from the housing
manager, one from the fire, de department,
partment, department, another from the police,
plus a summary of the commissa
ry forum discussions and H
at the Governor's shirtsleevo
ference.

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

Only a few short minutes change the atatus quo and upset

the applecart. Yesterdays man Drougni me me i
death of my lifetime friend, W. Q. HasMna, at Olewein Iowa
Bill hau never hinted to me his real condition and I had no
idea of it until I received notice of that long caravan from. La Laredo
redo Laredo to Olewehi. r . ...
SL.' In our half century of continuous contact, I lever met a
better man. It was at Olewein where I last met WS'ter Chrys

ler with a dismantled auiomooue ww buw o XrJJilV
Bill Haskins, to my knowledge, made that trip on Old Betsy
from the factory in Rhode Island to Panama Talked many
toes of his stop" at the place where the Comal Mm nui nJ
of the hill to make a two-mile navigable river whence. 1 runs
into the Guadalupe to produce power to run the- omai eouon
"Many'of those old. springs lost their force to the long
drought, but are returning. That special session of the
ture -provided for a lot of pools and fresh ponds, and that
should bring the valley more water.
They came near getting a freeze down there to kill them
out. But they missed bj a degree.
I have made several drives through there and always want
of th hpst, down that way.

... Wonder if that fancv cows butter at 80 cents a pound will
ever be able to compete with Wilson County peanu: margarine
.. at 2iJ:!n!t.f. v. ann t rtn't tell the different.

So will pet my eyes arid hope for results. They do feel
ttr "Pep" Wriglu

Ruarlcous
Comments

A-

BUZZING

Sir'
Now I suppose the irate citizens and cranks will complain
about the spectacular flight of jet planes over the community
and schools of Balboa very narrow-minded! Or they will
comnla'n that the pilots were most inconsiderate in having
their flight disrupt the 9 a.m. coffee break at Balboa Heights.
Very d"1 respectful!
However, the observant arid appreciative spectators noted
that the exhaust from these kerosene-burning jets unsi ed just
like the Sanitation Division's mosquito spray, so tha:, in real reality,
ity, reality, the eommuntty benefitted to the extent of an additional
fliQUito-klUlng spray tUs week.

TURNS AT BAT
Sir
' iSwonder if somebody Impartial would investigate the situa-ux-
...U4M. in thp T.it.iip League teams with regards to

" ... ..I ua f .nn ri4 h

the coaenes. rTom my own epciiciiv, vi
friends, it seems that coaches in the canal Zone need a few

wons w hit yi i jkv.".... . ..
Th hnv. noto these thines and it reflects badly on that

fine democratic institution known as baseball.
They constantly use the few good prayers on a team over
and owr agalit-frtrile all the other kids the ones who really
need the practice sit around warming up the bench.
It was my mistaken idea that the main purpose of having
Little League basepall was to teach our youth all the principles
of fair Play, eood sportsmanship and brotherly love. However

thai wav the? coaches are carrying J jwsgBaceiui. Te toy

tOt nt mt the Mmv.OfnSev watch Two compl

games and then are permitted one chance up at oat on the

'several of the boys have mentioned that it seems as if the
aih am nnl interested in the score in winning the game

at the expense of hurting the feelings of the young players

who are not considered to ne txwemeiy conupeueuv, wu
must sit and watch without getting a turn at bat.
' Perhaps no one has complained about this situaMon but,
It) Is widespread In Little League games, arid shouldn't be. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps the top officials of Little League would make a check on
this set-up: They might find out some Interesting fact that

need adjusting.

y ROBS AT C. XUARK
When John Held, Jr. pegged out
f Ka Atk.N -1 r i -.

wwi uaj, i imagine mat a
great many of my age' group telt
suddenly very old indeed. The kids
won't know the name, but anybody
who ever owned a painted slicker,
a 'coon akin coat, or a rusty jalop jalop-py
py jalop-py with mottos half painted on it,
will certainly remember John Held.
Ht was the official artist nf th

jsi age. He worked for the now

aeiunct college Humor, for the
dead Judge and for the old life.
His cartoons were as stylized as
Japanese art, but his flappers look looked
ed looked more like flappers Mian the ac
tual article, andh is sheris in
their 'cooskin coats, with their 26 26-inch
inch 26-inch pants cuffs, were niWrfiit

sheiksy. .

One of the bieaest

life was when Collee flumnr

boughta cartoon of mine' and it

ran across the page from John

new, jr.
I was fit to bust for a week.
Even today, rummaging through
a 30-year old book, I will find arn arn-less
less arn-less drawings of my own that tried

aesperateiy io capture !ne essen essential
tial essential Held, but never succesaed
Tk. 1 Al T

auo rcAi napper age eame n
the mid-twenties, just after wailers
like Scott Fitsgerald had thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly bored the world with that fiddle-faddle
about lost generations.
It was in full blast as I tentative tentatively
ly tentatively approached the subject of girls,
and Joe College was a national
hero.
It was a compliment if Some Somebody
body Somebody said: "He looks real." And
the returning freshman made a
bee-line for his high school, in ord order
er order that he mi?h? allow the wor worshippers
shippers worshippers to worship.
I will never forget the unifom,
quite possibly the ugliest ever de deviled
viled deviled for both male ne female

uur nero, as i recall, had a p.iir
of pants whose cuffs projected -beyond
his shoe tips. They were snug snugged
ged snugged up so high that they cut just
under the armpits.

"That tlankety-Blank Tree Is'Spoiling the View"

Bvtst Bat
BntH LtBlv

BHHW ABA TVt W.I SmSbT BhOb 'nra MT

WASHINGTON It WrVof tl

Naiio.Ui Auruiicc p.ej. ,u -Baker
and congressman John
Bell Williams, tne Misiissippi lhx lhx-iecrat,
iecrat, lhx-iecrat, had rehearse J their ;esii ;esii-uony
uony ;esii-uony wueu ha;r it-tciM a.i a.i-ed
ed a.i-ed beiore the ham comnnuee.
Iueir subject was tn auinor oi
this co umn. Here it what they
said:
Rep. Williams: Mr. Baker, at
this point l waflt to ai,uu a
very u-iendly question.. You don't
have any objections to that, do
you?
Adker: I would not haye any
objectives t6 any question. I whi
autwer any queitioAis, rienojy gr

uiuriciMity.

l-resumably, Baker and Wil'iama
think that because Usorge is tiit
son if Juoge Thurman Arnold who
i or Ltr, who in turn j tie lawyer
for ratzentine, who in turn app.'ied
ior CaanneJ lt in jiami, I navt
seme connection wlia this case
, l,'Aai ouasisi lS nntrue.
I houW like to rtmind the con congressman
gressman congressman from .Mississippi that
my name, aares, uuinoer
are in the phone boot; 'and l am
availab e to straighten him out on
th.s pomt any time -: wants the
facts.
UOWER PHONE RATES?

Williams: In Answee us? ih 4 von SUrvi.. ...i "er,,f

nun vour wnn; flT" :' ZZi i"llr': 1 eaerai

l.fc UuoueS tae y.',,H j 0rde7 he BeH TeleFh
please explain what connection youl to reduce governm-e S
inicnt fmn httwoan Mr Kot

Walter Winchell tn New York

Batebail Mom

"...THEY'RE COMING THROUGH THE W1NR0W"

ppntiv mv hoxhand and T took a niuht off. hired a baby

iltter and lit out for dinner and a night of bingo at the Ft.
Kobbe NCO Club.
The meal wa ordered and an efficient waitress, for a
change, was on the ball. Everything looked rosy. The waitress
brought the food to us at one of the booths and the meal it it-self
self it-self was cooked to a T," and plenty of it too. However, (and
here comes the gripe) the minute the steaming, deadens mea,
was put upon the tfcwe, hordes and hordes of roaches began
awarmtag over the seat and down the wall, with full Intent on
getting to the food before we did.
Honestly now, is the Army sinking as low as the Navy in
flowing such conditions?
I One expects io be over-run with roaches at Navy bases, but
heavens to Betsy, not in Army establishments.
We didn't win the $300, either.
t Weak Stomach

RINGING DECLARATION

Don't vou Just love to be knocked out of bed oy the nng-

i&lng of church bells every Sunday morning at 6:30? I think that
tlt la awful that the people of Albrook have tojse reminded
T "that it la time to r,o to church by the ringing of bells. On the
i ither hand. I feel that the people who care to attena know

hours Of worship ana need not be pestered by the constant

jglng of bells from 6:30 a.m. until 12 o'clock noon.

W. The Air Force is kind enough to puonsn a oar.v nuneiin,
which is available to every office on the base, giving all perti perti-r
r perti-r nent information concerning base activities.
i'ft You will never know how annoying the ringing of these
' i bells can be unless you live In the immediate vlcintty of the
chapel.
I have no objection to church In fact, I feel that, every every-i?
i? every-i? one should atteaej the church of his choice. However, I do not

leel that the loud, annoying ringing of church, bells is neces neces-1
1 neces-1 ttry.
An Annoyed Resident
PANAMA CITY STREETS ARE BETTER
The Improvement in Panama City streets since the present
Minister of Public Works and Mayor of this capital took over"
is noticeable.
Potholes that used to lie in wait for the unwary driver
have disappeared from the main thoroughfares.
Many blind corners have been eliminated. Other sharp sharp-angle
angle sharp-angle corners which caused traffic jams have been eased off.
Streets have fr;en opened up to give more ready access to
homes and places of business.
Irregular, gon?-to-pieces sidewalks have not been elimlnat elimlnat-p
p elimlnat-p ed; but some have been improved.
Good judgment has been used in marking tranij lanes at
many Intersections.

Let's give a hand to Messrs. Lopez Fabrega and Cajar Es-

It's all too easy to forget what goes into a well engineered

ml;

Driver

MORE BASICS, PLEASE

Of course Col. Nlckerton is riarht about our tehooia naedinr

mor honest-to-goodness learning, less frippery.
And let's have done with this foolishness about being to
sure we live the dlmwitz a break that we fail to develop the
bright, industrious students to take the lead for tomorrow.
Almost any high school or college teacher will till you
privately, with none of the school board's family around that
extracurricular activities nibble so much time off real study
tfial .-lots of students are not getting their money work to
education.
Let'. Look

The shirt collar eas always two
sises. too large, and was dragged
down to the pants by stout elas elastic.
tic. elastic. Under the collar renosed a tie
whose knot was the size cf sn I I-dahn
dahn I-dahn potato.
With this costume went the
slicker, a rakish soft had of bril brilliant
liant brilliant blue, green or red. and a
pipe. i
Man, I was so hot that youjcould
smell me sizzling. "j
The Charleston left as I eniertd.

But we indulged in a cafsthnntc
Allied the sh A:i! ui.n n tnnl.nl

ft rattfetf the bfems. H

It possessed so many fancy, tfos

that the older people came to the
Saturday dances just to watch the
young folk and Is check on wheth whether
er whether daughter was showing too much
pink silk pants as she twirled.
(This was an age when girls still
wore bloomers.)
I do not thmkMhat we had acol acol-lectivt
lectivt acol-lectivt brain in our heads until the
depression came and sobered up
ail the Joe and Janes.
A cheerleader was no Kngor re regarded
garded regarded as a hero, skirts lengthen lengthened
ed lengthened and the bloomer got itself re replaced
placed replaced by the girdle.
Joe College suddenly reverted
to the Harris tweed coat, the gray
flannel pants and the white (snd
dirty) saddle shoe. Anybody with
wide pants and a licker was meter

ed at as very corny.

But we depression kids hsd not
nearly as much fun as elder broth brother
er brother and sister. Nobody had any mo money,
ney, money, bar the odd Rockefeller, and
coilege was ratl-tr a chore to at

tend.

H you flunked out you were not
a gay, debonair swashbuckler. You
were a jerk, because education
cost money, and it was powerful

hard to come bv

heW thinkers. And nothing ts

were a pretty gloomy greup of

heavy thinkers. And noajing is
aufte so ridiculous as a Teenage

doon.ihinkpr Fverv third hrn

rim was kind of Communist1, and

there was much talk, of ihe mean

ing of life.
I think I even underwent a stage

when I tackled tne Japanese hokku

as a poetic form. I never msioageu
the Japs, I hasten to tppend.'
T5ut John Held eotv'.iited thrjugh
his period to draw his young folks
seen them at Sebright

of the silly twenties, and somehow

nvde you feel guoi-evemiuougn

vou kn,ew the er? or w ouaerjiu ni-n-sense
was finished, and uMbmg

much hut sweat and toil w over

the hill.
Farewell. Mr. John Held, Jr.
i hnno All the aneels In yont vici

nity have 'coonskln coats itid play

a very hot narp.

THINGS I NEVER KNEW
(About tht Academy Awards)

Memo tt all the troupers, great
and small, who have due en for

the most precious accolade within

the gift of filmdom and lost.
The industry counts iU mum
mers by the thousands, but only
23 living women and 21 living men

hold the top Academy Award for

acting. These are the elite of the
screen world. In their tinsel crowns
shine real jewels the perform performances
ances performances that won the prize. Yet, so
performances that lost by a hair,
shine almost as brightly in me memory
mory memory as those that topped them.
Their only fault was in their tim timing:
ing: timing: Had they been given in years
when the competition was less
breath-taking: ;they might aave

t won. So, withPthe Big Night com

ing up again. (March 26), tie"s
a salute to console some of the
Oscar winners who might have
been.

Who will tvtr forget Garbo's
Camillt or Jantt Gaynor in "A
Star Is Bern"? Both perform performances
ances performances came in tht stmt year,
yet neither get the Oscar. That
was when Lttiist Rainer swept
tht beards with her exquisite O O-Ltn
Ltn O-Ltn in "Tht Good Earth." And
tht year before that, it was Rei Reiner's
ner's Reiner's consummate Anna Held of
"The Great Zitgftld" that tut
out both Irene Dunne' delicious
comedy performance in 'Theodo
rt Gtts Wild" and Gladys Ge George's
orge's George's hendkerchief-drencher in
"Valiant Is tht Word for Carrie"
both contenders of top caliber.

And, if imitation is the sincerest
flattery, what about Charles Laugh
ton's Captain Bllgh, which became
part of the repertoire of every
mimic p That happened to be the
year Victor McLaglen suspassed
himself (and everybody else) and
won the award as Gyppo Nolan
in "The Informer."; Bligh came out
a loser, too. And "Informer,"
though recognized as one of the
all-time greats, lost to the master masterly
ly masterly "Mutiny on the Bounty." And
Frank Llloyd, who directed "Mu "Mutiny,"
tiny," "Mutiny," lost to John Ford, Who di directed
rected directed "Informer." How's that for
a handful of broken blossoms?

Frank Capra's "Stagecoach" (with

jonn wayne and Llaire Trevor),
Judy Garland in "The Wizard of
Oz," Laurance Olivier and Merle
Oberon in "Wuthering Heights,"
Burgess Meredith and Lon Cha Cha-ney,
ney, Cha-ney, Jr., in "Of Mice and Men."
All lost but to the picture of
pictures, "Gene With the Wind."
And the top acting awards went
to ien Leigh's Scarlett O'Hara

and Donat's "Mr. Chips." All the

otners were a so-rans just like
you.

Miracle." Maybe she'll win the
aarri thing yeu

Among tht magnificent losers
put down Ingrid Bergman's glow glowing
ing glowing and poignant Maria o" "For
WhOm the (Bell Tolls.' That year's
gilded statuette went to a brand brand-newcomer.
newcomer. brand-newcomer. Jennifer Jones, for her

electrifyoft, screen debut as the

Pnun in "W Songnof BernatfetU.v

both lost to Joan Crawford in the
picture that brought her back with
rockets "Mildred Pierce." And
Bergman in "Joan of Arc." Oli

via DeHavilland in "The Snake

Pit," Barbara Stanwyck in "Sorry,
Wrong" Number," Irene Dunne in
"I Remeber Mama" all lost to the

transcendent Jane Wvman of

"Johnny, Belinda."

Fredd't) March's memorable

Jack Barrymore in "The Royal

f amily was crowded out -by r

Lionel in "A Free Soul." Olivier's
superb "Henry R" and the won wonderful
derful wonderful impersonation by Larrv

Parks in the title role of "The

But I give yen 1931 there,
ladies and gentlemen, was the year
of vintage years. 1 1 save us Bette
Davis in "Dark Victory," Robert
Donat and Greer Garson in
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips," Dunne and
Boyer in "Love Affair" (just re remade
made remade as "An Affair to Remeber"),

And one of the biggest upsets in

many seasons was Jimmy Cae-

ney as the Gimp in "Love Me or
i ...... j r;,,,, r

JJCflvc iuc, lilllll ivcdll V MMW
one oc the most imitated) in East
of Eden," and Frankie Boy in

"The Man With the Golden Amr"
all left at the post by dark
horse Ernie Borgnine in "Marty."

Tht great acror-dirtctor Erich
von Strohtlm, scratched by
death -from this ytar's rtet, ne never
ver never get an Academy Award of
any kind. His magnificent
"Greed" wts mad in pre-Aca-demy
days. D. W. Griffith was
out Of tht industry when the
first Oscars were given (to Emil
Jennings for "The Way of All
Flesh" and Janet Gaynor and di director
rector director Frtnk- Borxage for "St "St-venth
venth "St-venth Htavtn"), but in 13 tht
Acadtmy governors presented
the men1 responsib'e for tht
mile-stonts called "The Birth of
a Nation" and "Intolerance" with
a siitcial for "creative achieve achievements,
ments, achievements, invaluable initiative, and
lasting contribution." That yea
'S HppntoS wts tryinV,
fr a eomebacklrtd couldn't get
t tb.

Most famous of all livins di

tors is C. B. DeMille. In i49 he

was nonorea with a special "for
3li of brilliant showman
ship, five years afer his "great "greatest
est "greatest Show on Earth', won the a
wajrd .or best picture, and that
year he got' the Tbalberg Trophy
given for consistent high uualitv
of production. But C. B. neer got
an Oscar for best direction.
(Hmphf.)

Will Rogers left a name so fa

(an auoiiCAti, or ui

xuiamiAanu Mr. brew eaxsonV
Ana i do 'hos you wul us? .nr.
lrunjun's tecnigue in discussing
Mr. Pearson.,
Baker: as i .understand jt, Mr.
Arnold, the. sun. oi u. Arnold of
Mr Pfirter'd laui irm c fho ertn-

in law of Mr. Drew Pearson, he ha
readme Mr. ii,cw He.Ai'.u.r .v ..,

a leak SOIUPWiIPIP. It tnil'l rnma

from the cpmroiitee, I don't think,
or maybe the stai,.
Williams: You mean to imp y
that Mr. Pearsoi was not telang
the truth?
Baker: I have that said be ore,
and the fact that Mr. AfnoIJ'w'as
a son o. the law partner o Mr.

nrter and the son-in-law of Pear

son, that would be an obvious con

nection.
Williams: Do you eel that Mr.
Pearson has an interest in this
matter?
Baker: I don't know a finan financial
cial financial interest?
William.. .,ny kind of an inte interest.
rest. interest.
Baker: I don't know, but the
scanda mojigexingTas he has been
coing for these many years, that
is his interest.
Williams; Go right ahead. You
are doing fine.

naKer:. l will bate tor' look at

D.-1 '

,,7a f lVl2orousiy fighting the
nreo;n1bSCaUSe U miht set a
preceoent or recucing home tele telephone
phone telephone rates, too.
eZlJ'0- the FCC l re regulate
gulate regulate te ephone matters. But ex ex-commissioner
commissioner ex-commissioner MacJr was very
close to Southern Bell Telephone,
whde ex-chairman McConnaughey
ZZLWl beiai
appointert to the FcC
WINCHEU AND -FiGLiR
kI?Vc mmory- is- short. Now
hat Congress discussing two
important problems' -health d
abor raeke eering -it's interest-

Wese lieids lB

m-18 years ago, w a le r
IVmchell initiated the irsi great
fXtftm'm -P'obably a
record for any one man to pile
dw.,I5an-V0Hrt'10' so Flori Florida
da Florida Southern Colloge'lt is giving
ter an honorary degree -Doc.
tot of Human Letters
iSiJKfaifago, another
newsman, Westbrook P e 1 e r
showed & labor icketeerfng hi
Hollywottf sent twTfamous l"
bor figures, Browne ;nd Biof, to

his column tomorrow mnrnin i jft. jail.

er I said that, but it is the truth, i .This was the first real expose

Jazz Singer" both lost to Maechfi"s ".nas een..giyen to a high high-in
in high-in "The Best Years of Our Lives.'; ." .Jl"yl?n ?a.te Park. and one of

we uissesi iortunes.any entertain entertainer
er entertainer ever made, but that's what ne

Garbo, many of whose b e s t

performances were given before
the Academy was born, never did
get a best perfroamances Oscar.
Once she lost to the first lady of
the theatre, Helen Hayes, once
to the always formidable, Bette
Davis, once to a comparative tyro,
the inspired Katy Hepburn of
"Morning Glory." Famous and re revered
vered revered though she was, was there
never a bit of heartbreak even
for the great Swede on Oscar
Nightp Finally, the Academy's
board of governors gave her a
special award ( a statuette that
looked just like the others) (or
"her unforgettable screen perform
ances." But that, kiddies, was 14
years after she had made her last
picture. Now she's being asked to

return and play the abbess in "TJie

WAS an pntprtainor !,

.... v aim ne
ma t Acadey Award. Neither
aid Jeanne Eaeles. whom a.h

cut down while her screen career
was just beginning; or Leslie Ho Howard,
ward, Howard, Lon Chaney, Carole Lom Lombard,
bard, Lombard, Edward Arnold, Jean Har Harlow,
low, Harlow, Ruth Ettihg, or W. C. Fields.
Maurice Chevalier hasr't won one
yet. Ditto for Noel Coward (ex (except
cept (except a special, and that as a pro producer),
ducer), producer), and the No. 1 glamour
gin Since sound IUdpI.h. n;

a j Avaaej iic"

"Sua. f 1

inis year, tht first time the

guiienng awards event has besn
sponsored by the iilm industry
ft.-,'8 ?ear wnen the show
Will be Waded with stars and the

mggest audience m its history is
expected to be watching via tv
screens the competition is as
keen as it has been at anv time

since World War II, and the ca-

suamies are bound to be high.
So this column is for all contend contenders
ers contenders to clip and for the ldsers to
read when they get home. I hebe
it makes them feel a little better.

of a vice on which Senator Mc
Clellan i committee has made re
cent publicity mileage
id& $ongreslis taking about
cutting down the appropriation
Jr rwarch in cancer, heart, and
Other diseases Th Mn.'n.

'Mmmittee may wind up its hear

..aiiiy soon.
But newspapfer pioneerine in
these, fields will go on.
DULLES ON FORMOSA

(. reason why Secretary Dul

rormosa lfr ts.

.... ...... uc.u,, IJMIIMI V.I11. 1
Kai-shek is that qhiang is de de-manding
manding de-manding a big increase in Ame American
rican American military and, economic a'd. v
T ll TM.- tn X

...looiuoiyji uuicoaiiidii ik Ait;a rr CO ' V
fcrrins to the fact thot mv cnn'.in. I he's hleolrmiilino :ti ii.iiJj

. z ""A r,....w,M..a, fcutt uu.uru
law, George L. .Arnold, how ah States, beiore w.il.aee to allow
attorney id Los Ange.es, represent- missile bases' on his territory,
ed Dr. Schwartz for one day, when Dulles is expected to give in on

uiuwaim -was uusieo oy tne. vot- more economic aid; also may
gressional, committee and sub- wind up inyitintf Chlanff to make

THE FACTS
Baker is the airline executive
who wrote a letter tb chairman
Harris describing as "pure fabri fabrication
cation fabrication and vicious lies" mv renr.rt

that National Airjines hjtd uscm

miiuence inrougn rnurman wntte wntte-sideand
sideand wntte-sideand Commissioner Mack to
secure Channel 10 in Miami.

vommigsioner ivtacx has low I
resigned. The Committee now TiasH

evidence that he received $41,000

from outsitje sources, nic uding

wnuesioe wmie on theFCC. j

in.e....-Pfve vwmm ot ,n

and wuuams does not make en

to many people.
Presumably, however, the Na National
tional National Airlines executive and the

Mississippi Congressman are re

poenacd tb testify be 'ore it.

This and That

a formal visit! to the White House.

Answer to Previout Puiile

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PILLARLESS DOME One of the most fantastic of Henry J; Kaiser's diverse business in interests
terests interests it "Dome Enterprises," which he formed in partnership with Hollywood's Mike Todd,
Pat Weaver, former president of National Broadcasting, and Frank Llyod Wright, the famed
architect. The product of Dome Enterprises is a hemispherical roof made of diamond-shaped,
curved aluminum panels. They are fastened together and raised on a central mast until they

art built out to the circumferential foundation. Then the mast is taken down, leaving a pillar pillar-lets
lets pillar-lets dome which can be used as a pavillion. One above, located at Kaiser's Hawaiian Village
Hotel, it 49Vi feet high, 145 feet in diameter and can seat 1,800 to 2,000.

ACROSS
i land
' mouse
; 4 She out
the dance
8 Teach your
grandmother
to -r eggs
12 Maria
13 hi,
own horn
14 Needle ease
15 1 and heir
16 Those away
fronrthe coast
18 Sign
20 Relaxes
21 Sullivan
and others
22 Mend :
24, ahd ,!
heroine
26 Be gloomy'
27 Noise
30 Opposed
32 Star (prefix),
34 Throws
35 Revised
36 the table
37 Sma f
amounts
39 Cape
40 Foundation
41 Weight of
India
42 Mechanic!
man
45 Raged
49 Non-dieter :
SIGeoreeand

Gerthwii
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sound
53 Remove
54 and tuck
55 Vehicle used
on sttbw
56 Poems
57 Worm

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shut
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SSortst"
4 Mixes
5 Electrified
partiitles
Ohlo
7 Musical
direction
8 Closed car
9 Shoshontan
Indianfc
10 Heal tf::T
11 ,n
make up
l" Sea nymph
19 Scents ;if
23 Church
recesses

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24 Coats and
2JCryof
; bacchanals
26 Plateaus
27 Decide
2 Angers
29 Bows ihghtly
31 Staid
33 Pullman car
38 Conquered
40 Drilled

41 Painful places
42 Flag-maker,
Bettys
43 Egg-shaped
44 Prayer
46 Far (prefix)
47 Discord
goddess
48 Drops bait
lightly
50 Much J
about nothing

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mounted on the tail. They .are the Vickers VC-10 (bottom photo) with four Rofls-Royce Con!
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US Businessmen To Slash Spending
For New Plants, Equipment In 58

WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)tion reporting an income decline

The government reported to tonight
night tonight that American businessmen

plan a 13 per cent slash in spend spending
ing spending for new plants and equipment
this year.
The report was bad news for
the' administration's anti-recession
fight. New plant and equipment
intentions are considered one of
the nation's most important eco economic
nomic economic barometers.
A Commerce Department sur survey
vey survey showed that business planned
to spend 32 billion dollars on such
projects in 1958, compared with
last year's record figure of near nearly"
ly" nearly" 37 billion dollars.
The department .said the 1958
spending plans "mark the end of
the recent boom in capital invest investment."
ment." investment." The cutback also was
sharper than the government an anticipated
ticipated anticipated in December.
Meantime, the federal Reserve
System reported that while .many
consumers see "hard times''
ahead, but three-fourths of them
expect to be making as much or
more next year as they were
earning early this year.
Large Dtclint
In January and Febroary of
this year, the reserve said, 26 per
cent of the consumers polled re reported
ported reported their, rate of income be below
low below that of a year ago. On the
other hand, 36 per cent reported
their income had risen..
"This was the largest propor-

for any survey in recent years,

the report said. This percentage
of those with higher income was
smaller than in any survey since
early 1950.
Some federal economists said
the upshot could be that admin administration
istration administration might have to adjust its
Slans to handle a recession of
mgthier duration than originally
anticipated. The developments
also could speed an administra administration
tion administration decision on tax cuts.
The plant and equipment fore
cast was considered particularly
important because such capital
outlays can create thousands of
new iobs.

The Commerce Department's

office of business economics pre predicted
dicted predicted that the decline in plant

and equipment expenditures j

would continue at leasi inrougn
the first six months of 1958. It
began in late 1957.
All major industries expected
to reduce their outlays this year
except public utilities.
Turning to sales, Commerce
said manufacturing firms expect
ed an overall decline of about i
per cent from last year.
Tfie federal reserve said its
maumir finance survey showed

that tie proportion of individuals

planning to buy new auiomoD.ies
this year was "substantially be below"
low" below" other recent lyears. Con Conversely,
versely, Conversely, there was "a sharp in increase
crease increase in those planning to buy

-OCKH1ID GITS CONTRACT

WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB

Ohio, March 14 (UP) Lockheed

Aircraft Corp. s division at Mari Marietta,
etta, Marietta, Ga. has been awarded a fis fiscal
cal fiscal year 1959 contract for major
modification and overhaul work
on 203 B47 jet bombers, the Air
Materiel Command announced to today.
day. today. The award assures continua continuation
tion continuation of the B47 modification-Iran
program at the Lockheed oper operated
ated operated Air Force facility until Oc October,
tober, October, 1959.

MARINE SfeRVICeS HILD
ATSUGI, Japan, March f4 (UP)
Joint Protestant Catholic me memorial
morial memorial services were held at the
Atsugi Naval Air Station today
for members of the U.S. Marine
fighter squadron 323 killed in the
air collision of two Marine planes
off Okinawa last week. A total of
26 Marines were killed.

Indonesia Seizes
Time Magazine's
Mar. 10 Issue

JAKARTA, Indonesia, March 14

(UP) All copies of the March 10
issue of the American news
magazine Time were ordered
confiscated today by the Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian government.
The issue carried a picture of
President Sukarno on the cover
and a feature article on Indo Indonesia.
nesia. Indonesia. A spokesman for the Jakarta
military command said the con confiscation
fiscation confiscation was ordered because the
article "harmed the good name
and struggle of the Republic of
Indonesia at home and abroad."
He warned "steps" would be

taken against all persons falling

VICE PREMIER N.

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36 per cent favored does, and

only 12 per cent voted for sexv.

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by her father, wore a lace and
nylon net gown over taffets. Her
veil was finger-tip length, and she
carried a bouquet of white roses.
Mrs. Betty Blackburn was ma

tron of honor and the bridesmaids

were Misses June Bar.ow, Ai een

smith and Florence Bauchman,

The best man was Mr. Eawsrd

Welch, the brother of the groom.

ushers were Alfred Lombana, Jr.,

the bride s brother, Charles Mc Mc-Arthur
Arthur Mc-Arthur and Rolando Linares.
A reception was held at the Ti-

voli Guest house following the ceremony.

WWWWj.

New Attitude, Not Money

Will Improve Scholarship

MR. AND MRS. GERARD J. WELCH
MISS MARY GRACE LOMRANA BECOMES BRIDE
OF MR GERARD J. WELCH AT ST. MARYS
ub. mm r.rar Lombana. daughter of Mr

and Mrs.

Alfred Lombana of Balboa, became the bride of Mr. uerarn

at wpirh at St. Mary's cnurcn, oaiDua. ua oimuj

m. Amy mtta

W

March 8.

Tk. Jwnnmt I the Mil

of Miami, FU,, and a member of the

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Lim

Mr, Mr.Llm
Amount EWn (
OPFHrh Child
a Mr. Alexander F

nil, UU
announce the birth of their fifth
child, third son at Gorgas Hospit Hospital
al Hospital on March 11.
The baby has been named Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Phillip.
Etbotrical Division
Employs Plan Despedida
For Mr and Mrs. Jones
Employes of the Eelectrical Di Division
vision Division are planning a farewell par party
ty party for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones
which is to be held at the Tivoli
Guest House on Thursday, March
20. Mr. Jones, who is an employe
of the division, is retiring.
Reservations for the party may
be made by calling the Electrical
Division Field Office 2-1236.
ft. Patrick's Day
Ball Tomorrow
It will bo "Erin Go Bragh" to to-mArow
mArow to-mArow for all who attend the St.
Patrick's Day Ball to be held at
the Sky Roof from 9 p.m. until 2
a.rp. with a lot of good music, in including
cluding including all the Irish ba'lads, by
Lueho Azcarraga and his orches-

rou

a grand door prize will be a

d trip for two to David with

at th

Ed

Army

The bride is a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School. The groom is a

graduate of Balboa High School, ?P ncm7 it?
Canal Zone Junior College nd; nstog 117

UKianoma A and M.

Mrs. Wlech wore a brown suit

with brown accessories as she left
for Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, where

the couple will make their home.

"Why should anyone pay you

for using the brains God gave
you?" my father once asked me

when I showed him my report card
and mentioned hopefully that some

kids' fathers gave them a dollar

for every A.

It struck me as a sensible ques

turn then. And it strikes me as

a sensible question now, even when

the suggestion that students be
pard for good grades comes not

from a child hoping for handout

from Fipa but from some ol the

nation's leading educators. These
edacators think the handout ought

to come from the government.

If a young person is fortunate

enough to- have a good mind, why

in the name ot common sense

should his government pay Mm

(Continued from Page 6)
Moses Chisholm
Jr. Dies At Home
Moses (Lasel) Chisholm Jr..

30-year-old Panamanian, died

home m Rio Abajo last night aft
er a brief illness.

at

Mr. Chisholm is survived by his

iainer, moses sr., nls mother.
If TM .1 't it

mrs. viciorra Lnisnoim (now m

the U.S.), his sister, Mrs. Lena
Thomas, and other relatives in
the U.S.

Funeral arrangements have not

Deen annotated.

CANCELS EQUIPMENT PLANK

SYOSSET, N.Y.. March 14 fUPi

me ait rorce nas cancelled

procurement Plans fnr arlvanrpH

photographic equipment for the
new supersonic B58 "Hustler" jet
bomber, Fairchild Camera and
Instrument Corp. disclosed today.

If he needs encouragement to
use his mental abilities to full

capacity, there's a better way to

make him take pride in the ability

to learn and to think than by pay paying
ing paying him for the effort.
PLAY UP SCHOLARSHIP
All we have to do to make scho

larship count for more m our pub
lie schools is to start playing it
up, and playing down outside activities.

What are kids working for in

public high schools today? Let's

face it. The girls are working to

ward being "class favorite," "bea-

ty queen," "c h e e r 1 e a d e r" or

"friendliest girl."

And most of the boys afen t work-

ins verv hard at anything if they

haven't a chance to make the foot

ball or basketball team except,

perhaps, to get a little attention

for themselves by being smart a

leeks.

There are a few kids, of course,

interested in more than just get getting
ting getting by scholastrcally. But the

other kids look down on them.
"He's a brain" is not a compli

ment in teen-age parlance. It's

on a par wife saying "he's
square." nes

fh.f i! money for good grades

. guwg hj caange the teen teenage
age teenage social order. It's prestige. Give
the srnnlar tks n-j T ...

-- u"u UI DUUd-UP
that has been reserved for mem members
bers members of the football team and for

ucauiy queens and then being
"Grain" won't mean being
"square."

A

MAWHUENDS

monj.

Welch H

eers. M

a weekend at the Hotel Panamonte

there. There will also be six other

door prizes which have been do donated
nated donated by the merchants of Colon
Tickets may be purchased at the
door. Reservations will be closed
at noon today. If you haven't made
yours yet, do so now by calling
Mr. Jerome Schofie.d at Fort Gu Gu-l'ck
l'ck Gu-l'ck 650 or Sgt. Diomcdes Rivera
at Gulick 274.
Mrs. Zillar Nair
Feted At Shower
(men By Mrs. Clain
Mrs. Zillah Naar was guest of
honor at a surprise baby shower
a week before her baby son, Ro Robert
bert Robert was born on March 10. Mrs.
Carol McClain was hostess, and
the party was given at the Ft.
Amador Officers' Club.
The buffet table was decorated
with a stork figue and another
large stork held a baby diaper,
which guests filled with silver dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Among those present were Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Goldsein, Delvalle, Flor Florence
ence Florence Guzna, Anne Cardoze, Lotte
Zlenka, Kay Fidanque, Adelaide
Fidanque, Pat Moline, Novella
Sumner, Gloria Halman, Penny
Fidanque, Pat Papcan, Millie de
Lima and Ruth Darling.
The bride, who was given-away

Certainly
you'll enjoy

our outstanding

attractions!

SUNDAY BARBECUE from 11:30 a.m.
, informal fun at the pool side.
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET from 6:30 p.m.
line food and dancing under the stars In
the patio to the music of Albert Escobar
and his Conjunto.
'THE HAMILTON TWINS!
NOVELTY DANCERS performing
twice nightly (except Sunday) in the
Bella Vbta Room.
CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra and their wonderful1
music Bella Vista Room with Betty Williamson
singing and Anoland Diaz playing the piano
and singing at intermission.
JOHNSON BOYS featuring
calypso and rock 'n roll nightly.

LI I

HERE'S A tin for th. m

lhe fact that you are at

party and have f! drirSt ih your
nnt"dJ!!fS?lgive right to

rv jvvu ami arouna every wom woman
an woman you talk to. A fow .

be pleased by your sudden chum-

,u.B, uui inere u be some who
wnl be annoyed. i

And the ones who will be annoy

eu may De wrves of men wh(.re

guua opuuon is important to you.

Talent Night
To Be Presented
By Baptist Youth
The officers and member of the
Calvary (Baptist Church Youth

1 1 L. .'

wuu are maaing elaborate plans
for a talent mght program to be
bed Monday, March 24 at 7-30
pm. at the Calvary Baptist
Church, Panama City.
Several Christian youth groups
on both sides of the Isthmus have
been invited to take part.
Refreshments will be served to
these in attendance immediately
after the program by the mem,
bars of the youth club.
Parents are invited to. attend.

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MEETINGS

teh notic tor inclutioa km rat
column should ko vtmrnttM at
Sac-wriHM tm ind mM m
box uaibtr HH4 4ailv ia
CM and Otherwuo," or delivarotf
hiid to th. aft tft. Noticat at
iMctinas cannot ba acceptad b
talrphona.
D.A.R. To Held
Coffee Pariy
Meeting Tomorrow
Reseivations for the coLee-par-ty
meeting of the Panama Canal
Chaptei daughters ov the Ameri American
can American Revolution, which is to be
held tomorrow at the home ot Mrs.
Donald W. Journeay, 0597-B. Ba Ba-yano
yano Ba-yano Street, Ancon, should be in
today and may be made by cal calling
ling calling Mrs. Journeasy, Balboa 1691.

or the Regent, Mrs. Jens Nilsen,
Balboa 3612.

Thsi will be a closed meeting

(no guests) as financial matters

will be discussed and a nominating

committee appointed.

St. Luke's
Tower Club

The Tower Club os the Cathedral

of St. Luke, Ancon will meet on
Monday evening. March 17. in Bi

shop Morris Hall. A corned beef

and cabbage supper will be serv

ed.

The program will consist of a

panel o. experts composed of the
Rev. Robert Gussick, Chaplian

Aigan, uie Kev. Edwin C. Web

ster and the Very Rev. Mainert

feterson.
Reservations may be made bv

ca ling Mr. and Mrs. Dunscombe.

2-6304 or 4fce CathedraJ Office 2
2655.

Flower Arrangement

Class Meets Monday
The class in Flower Arangement
will meet at 9 a.m. on Monday,
at the Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.SO
The subjects at this session will
be dried and-or exotic arrance-

ments Mrs. Pat Morgan will olfer

qeipmi analysis of these arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. P'ns for the flower show to be
held on March 24 will be complet completed
ed completed at this session.

Little Bit Of Erin
H For st Patrick s Day
aaaaKiBSlNaiaH

GREEY

shill

Large

cellophane

is the 'keynote for this Irish party-from favors to

e,a"n wooed with green marshmallows.

Y GAYNOR MADDOX

bowls with greeu

wrapped favors tied

OR 1-3 cup finely
nninn o

with ureen s dreamers. wliut-l hmriiin . .vu"-fa'

paper shillelaghs with green

stripes, pistachio ice cream m
little glass cups, topped with

green tinted marshmallows weU

mere's the beginning of your St.

Patrick's Day party-.- Oh yes,

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SI'
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Capt. Sullivan
Will Address
Rosary Society

Captain Francis J. Sullivan of
Fort Clayton will be the guest
speaker at the monthly meeMng
of the Altar Rosary Society of
Scared Heart Chape' on Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. at the Sacred Heart
social hall.
Capt. Sullivan will speak on the
Chnstopherm o v e m e n t which
strives for Christian influence in
daily li e.
Mrs. Ann Jones, Mrs. Cathrvn

r-m. and Mrs. Ann Hanni

stesses; for the? evening,

be h

if i

Fine workmanship in
UPHOLSTERY
DRAPERIES
Dealers in KIRSCH
Ciit-to-nieasure TRAVERSE RODS
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don't forget the white clay pipes

with a shamrock fastened to eacn

and the toy harps and the fcrm
Go Bragh flags. It's a great day
for the Irish and for everyone

alaa.

If it's to be a buffet party, here's

a mepu with a hint of Ireland in
it. Large platters of cold sliced
corned beet, horseradish mustard,
potato at,i green pepper salad,
molded lime avocado and grape

fruit salad, buttered rye Meau

relish tray of green oiives;";waw!e

cress tutts ana neans i

white cake with green pisiacmo

m,t inino vanilla ice cream wn

srhino cherries and

large glass bowl of fresh
rA oraon Pranp.s.

Here t a pieasnai canape

for your party.

i aw rtini

ns in st an w

minced onion
chopped raw

Two tablesploi

Vacation Bible
School To Enter
Second Week

The Bethel Missioa Chprojh of
Paraiso wfll enter irito itCecond
week of vacation Bible School
Monday.
Students and teachers have
shown considerable interest in the
dai'y activities and are looking
fooward to a successful climax on

Friday, when a closing prograwi
Hi ulj. Hi' J

win ue iiciu. j
This program.o which all par

ents and friends are invited, .will

oegm at b p.m.

ny OSWALD JACOBY
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AQJ 1054' AK962
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SOUTH
4 AS
VK98542
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Both vulnerable

Norm, Eaat South
1 Paps w
2 Pass 2
3 V Pass 4 V
Pass Pass
Opening lead A Q

West
Pass
Pass

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PANAMA
Opp. Banco Nacional

COLON
Front St. ''

"EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE"

, .'Ll. 1 I

IN the recent unner n.; w l.

WLl-UnSca.

-T.epjF wm ana South nah
mched the heart game JJJ
West player opened the queen of

spaaes.
South won with th. ...

Plved the. ace ,d kL of
trumps. When Vest showed8 .u!
eacn South saw tht h- k.j

L qu!fk ef spot of ms
osmg spade and declarer held his
losses to td trumps and one club.
When Charley Coleman of Cor Corpus
pus Corpus Chnsti, Tex., held the East
hat eto e comment from
the unfortunate declarer. 'Couldn't
you have stayed home?"
AH Charley did was to drop1 his
queen of diamonds on the first
lead of the suit. Now declarer real
ly had to abandon the diamond
ptyy. It appeared cejftain that
Charley would. ruH -Ufsi second dia diamond
mond diamond and get in, fjis spade trick.
South could not let that happen
and get in his spade trick. South
could not let that happen and at
ter all the club finesc michi work.

He led the nine of clubs ami let it

tide. Charley won wfttt IBs king
and was able to get in his king of
sDades to set the hand and brina

him a top score.

Q-The bidding has been:

ww East sooth West

SI' s 6 Pass

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' What H .. "MJ

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1 t ciuoa. ion aave
ahead, tin oj, at 5re

, wm you can arroas
OHa.w now.
TODAY'S 9UE8TION

'u".r PwwsBBsiiuaped to

uve aiamonos directly over your

"cc uiamona rescense. What do
you do in this case?

tablespoons

pa c kagjes

water, 2 (3-ounceJ
cream cheese.

Combine instant minced onion,
chicken bouillon cubes and water
and let stand a few minnfpi

until cubes are, disolved and onion

is moistened, ( if-xaw onion is : us used,
ed, used, jt may be added after bouillon
mixture is mixed with hioL

Soften cheese with ork ami hLn.

in ohibn-bouilloh mixture. Use as
spread or dip for crackets or
chips. Garnish "with aheSit.

cut from a

parsley or watercrer W Win

TOMORROW'S DINNER: Boll Boll-4
4 Boll-4 corned beef md

butter or marsarin ri

tresh oranee. ffratfrit

linustod grapes, s9mk4Ar

to

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TP PAKAMA AMMCAW AH WBff ENOBn DAILY RIWIHFB

Gay Party Was End For Ronnie, 6 Whose Father Ended Both Lives

A young mother lay in state of
complete aqocjc today, oerot of
both her fcusbud and son .in 1
strange, atsnoet tender, murder murder-suicide
suicide murder-suicide plot
Authorities, in an effect it
shield Mrs. Gladys Larson. U,
from farther snguish, withheld
some of the details af how her
estranged husband took their' 6-year-old
son for a wonderful

"ni

in

All

tuner

penctingvCMfs. talawa's recovery.

ueiaus er tive-pa

withheld

jstory.e

pieced

lain of events

began twi

Larson's apartment. The father

ar-old son for a wonderful
"bed Jfr t0 de"'" 'un?
All plans for an Haftest and
neril oewicea were delayed

weeks ago when Mrs. Larson end- called the apartment house ear

a monws ot domestic strife oy tas. Mrs. Lillian Stosftburaftr

leaving ner nusDand with their to meet his son.
blond. 6-year-old son. Ronnie I Ronnie was in seventh huaver

kjLananc, Agncujtur Department jH& Uce was smared with candy

WDorer, rows a single oasement

room and brooded about his loss.
Last night, white his wjfe was
away from her anartmen! bar

son came and took Ronnie away
with him. v

The father and boy had a won won-wful
wful won-wful time together. Thev dined

the home, of Iriends, Mr. ai tacked Ronnie, fully clothed, into
rs. Kenneth Bison, and then left bed under a imi cmrimt Ac

tier in Disun's car. the bov droosed off to aleen. th

later the two turned np father took a 22-caliber rifle and

urea a smgit snot tnrougn nls
son's head.
Some time later, it is believed,
Larson lay down beside his deaa
boy. DroDDed the rille muzzle

against bis right temple, and sent
a bullet through his own brain.

Upstairs, neighbors heard tw

and his arms were laden with

toys and more sweets. As the
door to Larson's one-room apart apartment
ment apartment closed, Mrs. Stoneburwr

beard the father say, "be careful

not to spill your milk shake. Ron

nil.

Then, police theorir,ed, Larson

K-Listo will make repairs on the distribution

system and will suspend the electric service.
Between 12:01 A.M. and 5 A.M. on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, March 15 in the following areas:

Central Avenue and Avenue B between
12 East St. and 16 East St.

Veraguas and Carlos A. Mendeta Streets.
Central Avenue between 9th St. and
Clement St.
Pedro A. Diaz Street.

thumps, one

other at 9; 30.

at 8:30 and

two
m

Radio Equipment, Teletypes Used
By Squadron Also Going On Display

At 10 p.m.. a frantic Mrs. Lar

son called the Disons asking for
her son. Dison went to Larson's
apartment, got no answer, and

returned. At bis wife's insistence,

Dison went back once more.

The door was unlocked, but

Larson bad shoved a refrigerator
against it. Dison and Mrs. Stone Stone-burner
burner Stone-burner pushed their way through

ana louna tne bodies of Larson
and his son, lying side by side on

the bed.

Cm

; mmm it lumuy Zuz

Agriculture Dept.

Contradicts Claim
By Some Taxpayers

WASHINGTON. March 14 (UP)

The Agriculture Department
gave the lie today to those com com-nlsinincr
nlsinincr com-nlsinincr taxnavers who av that

once Uncle Sam starts spending
- 1 A

money on a project, ne never
stops.

The department disclosed that
It plans to abandon research
projects designed to provide im

provements in the feeding of

goats, the raising of rabbits and

the care, and feeding of minks,

martens and foxes.

The goat project was started in
1928. It is currently going strong

at a cost of 114,000 a year. The
rabbit project launched in 1927
and the other fur-animal projects
started in 1937 are costing $75,000

this fiscal year.
But you can't expect abandon abandonment
ment abandonment nt that, nraiaeia to show

up in lower spending in the new
fiscal year which starts July 1.
Tn testimony made oublic today

by a House Appropriations sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, the department ex-
. . . . i i -1 a,

piainea mat ii piana i nail uicse
and other projects costing $805, $805,-nnn
nnn $805,-nnn vear so that the money

can be diverted to other "more
urgent" research.

ahi11v anenrilne U likelv to

n nn not Hnwn Overall, the de

partment Is asking Congress for

$4,600,000 more tor researcn man
it got last year.

I .

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Son is capable of sending and re receiving
ceiving receiving messages to 'various points
throughout the world in an amaz amazingly
ingly amazingly short period of time. A mes message
sage message could be transmitted to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. and answer received
within a one-hour period, through
the use of communications in this
section.
The Albrook Airways station, a
pert of the Communications Sec-

DAT AND NIGHT, personnel of the M78th Airways and Air
,BiS?tl05J,wvlce uadr0n operate tnntroltowers
on Albrook and Howard Air Force Base Above Mbraak TnJir
radio communicaUon Is maintained, between tower and aircraft
n landing and take-off.

FROM THE

FACTORY

TO YOUR HOME

Whether its to aid mint it

in the air, transmit a classified

mmin. or mtvM. flight M..

for the pilot, the 1978th Airways

mw nu vvwutuiucauona service

uijuauiuu.

When a pilot is lost, his iafety

ii w iuo lianas or me control
fir nnarotnr Whan .l...ii.j

sage is transmitted, cryptographic

When a pilot wants a flight plan,

to action. These functions are per-

lormea aauy oy Whit the person personnel
nel personnel of the unit refer to as the "best
outfit in the Air Force."
The 1978th Airways and Air
Communications Service Squadron,
a tenant organization on Albrook,
ii under the jurisdiction of the
Southeastern AACS Region at Rob Robins
ins Robins AFB, Georgia. The Area head headquarters
quarters headquarters for the squadron is loc located
ated located at th f'nntinant.l lira A

rea, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma.

There ara fnnw

" uiwriuuxi ect;-
Hons in the 1978th Squadron:
Fllfllt Fariliitai Xf.lnt...... j

Supply, Communications, and the
Personnel Section.

The Flight Facilities Section Is

responsible for the operation of

ine control towers on Albrook and
Howard AFB, and the Air Traffic

control Center on Albrook. The
towers control the flight line traf-

uc aircraii are guided in through
the use of the URD-2 direction find finder
er finder (oscilloscope). Communication
between aircraft and the tower is

laamiamea py radio, for landing
and takeoff. The Air Traffic Con
trol Center, a vital part of the 19-

iou.. uuuirais an aircratt operat operating
ing operating under instrument flight rules

uom an area approximately 320
mi es to the north, and about 470
miles to tfaa south of Panama. The
center issues control instructions.
Climatic data nnH nlk.. ...

information to provide a safe ord orderly
erly orderly flow of traffic.

The M.int...... ..J e

- ".rami auu HUDD1T
Section maintain. .11 --j:-

La ""7" uiu, air

r. "'puiwii., ana te teletype
letype teletype machines m smooth run run-ning
ning run-ning order. When new equipment
is required, or in need of repair,
'thia Matlnn tu i

UUC9 UB WU1 K

Communicatinna i a UL

. IHJ 1(11"
nortanr plpmant nt ami ...u wi

r ...Vu w4 .11 J mill 1 uc
Communications Section in the
1927th Snnarirnn with thai.

, , WTOJU

midlines nanaies ail classi classified
fied classified and unclassified messages for
electrical transmission. This sec

tion, is presently monitorial Ifakaw

vt 1U sianon also
maintains radio contact with van-.
wl Air Force Bases, and relays
information to the air traffic cot cot-trol
trol cot-trol center.
. J0thaPSh" org'niMtion
as the 1978th, requires consider considerable
able considerable administrative work. Thia ad administration
ministration administration is handled by thTner- 4
sonnel section. The section con-
trOtS all nfirsnnnal ...i.

trans'era, leaves, and accompHah- I
ed other nerprt-rv ... j

ministrative wirk. .,Jm

Mamtaimng a smooth running

if w" vvui txiuiilv AllsjaueT
service is important to everyone
connected with the United States

ait rorce, and tne personnel

ine IlfKTn AAI S SnniHn. ..-I.

their duties "sans difficulte.-

HAVE "THE LUCK OF THE IRISH"
. . gei on Monday what you'll win
Sunday!

HJ Choose the Right Number
WL The Item of Your Choice 1
at a Fraction of the Cost! I
'aja,. afettfsfl

If you don't know how our
Club System works. .Ask us.
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4th of July Ave. and H" St. Tel. J-07M
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W A I T
BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CAR

CHECK THESE BARGAINS IN

e e

t

Panama Mahogany Living Room Set
$2(6.00 P

Monthly... $1

PONTIACS

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
NEW JERSEY, U.S.A.

and

"CARIBE" living Room Set
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CHIEFTAIN 4-Door Catalina

Hydramatio
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$

2863.00

4 Units in different colors.

COUPE DE VILLE
Radio, Heater
E-X-l Glass, Fog Lamps
Posture Seat Adjuster
Electric Oper, Trunk Lid
White Sidewall Tires
Color: Desert Bronze

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as

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tin

No. ISO Dinner Set $299.50
Monthly... $ 12.00

Five floors
exhibiting the
best furniture

CHIEFTAIN 2-Door Sedan
Hydramatic
Radio
Lamp Group
Mirror Group
Safeguard Speedometer
White Sidewall Tires

Color: Sunmist
Yellow Black

w e e

$2699.00

3 Units without Hydramatic

And MANY OTHER MODELS

SEDAN DE VILLE Extd. Deck
Radio, Heater
E-Z-l Glass
White Sidewall Tires
Color: Black and White and
one in Cobalt Blue
4-DOOR HARDTOP SEDAN
Air Conditiong
Radio, E-Z-l Glas,
White Sidewall Tires
Color: Somerset Blue
and SEVERAL OTHER MODELS.

DUE TO DUTY INCREASES, WE CANNOT IMPORT THESE UNITS INTO
PANAMA THEY ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU AT BARGAIN PRICES.

CIVA, S. A.

PANAMA Phone 2-0870

COLON Phone 1369

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN WDCTENDEVT DAM NKWtPAPEB

SociJanJ

Raymei Of den
Addresses Quarry Heifhts
Wmin'i Club
Point Four and its work in Pa
sum was the subject o the Wed
nesday luncheon meeting of the
Quarry Heights' Women's Club,
with Raymond Gordon, com muni
ty development advisor, the guest
speaker.
Addressing the group of more
than 50 ladies attending the regu
lar monthly meeting at the Quarry
Heights' Officers' Club, Mr. -Gordon
told of the agricultural and
technical assistance programs
now under way in the Republic
Mr. Gordon explained how the
point Four promm helps to im
prove the productive capability
and living standards of the peo
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Cars at
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1853 Dodge, 4-Joor,
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1953 Ford, 2-door,
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1954 Ford, 2-doo
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FAST FRIENDLY
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Panama 3-7010
Colon 446

The Internationally Famous Movie Actor
Will arrive in PANAMA from MEXICO

VI A MCSA
SEE HIM

An Experience too Unique to misst

Iacsa

JUSTO

Oik
dinlriuul

pie on farms and in the village
o( the interior.
Much progress is being made
and excellent cooperation has been
received irom the Panamanian
Government, but there is still mu
to be done to help the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian people help themselves, ac according'
cording' according' to Mr. Gordon's report.
Mrs. Landon, wife of Major Ge General
neral General Truman H. Landon. Com Commander
mander Commander of the Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, was guest of honor at the
luncheon. Mrs. Dorothy Ashton,
Club President, introduced Mrs.
Landon and Mr. Gordon and pre presided
sided presided at a short business meeting
following the address.
Hostesses for the March meet meeting
ing meeting were Mr. C. E. Mott. Mrs.
W. A. Franks, and Mrs. J.H. Mer-
nam Table decorations were ori original
ginal original designs by the hostesses.
Legion Will Held
Cocktail Party
To Celebrate Birthday
Legionnaries of Panama Canal
Post Mo. 1 will observe the 39th
anniversary of the birth of The
American Legion organization,
which occurs March 15 through
17 at their home in Ft. Amador
on Sunday.
A semi-formal cocktail party will
be held, from 3 to S p.m. on
the top floor of the American Le Legion
gion Legion Club. Although no formal in invitations
vitations invitations have been mailed, all
Legionnaires, Auxiliary members
and supporters of American L
gion programs are invited to join
the Legion in its birthday cele
bration.
In making the announcement of
the cocktail party, Actlvltes
Chairman Bob Knox, Pott 1 Vice
Commander and Post Commander
Silas Charbonneau both comment commented
ed commented on the fact that, although coin coincidental,
cidental, coincidental, it seemed fitting that the
local observance o Armed Forces
Dajr and the Legion Birthday both
fell within the same period.
CECILIA
I THEATRE T
STARTING
4 TOMORROW night
AT 11:30 P.M.
Something new! Something
different! Daring! Spicy!
Titillating! Tantalizing!
'STRIP
TEASE
HOLD-UP
Every moment scorches trie
screen! Starring: B"ways's
most de-luscious! Most
deloveliest!
Glrlesque!... As you like it!

Mario Moreno
CANTNFL AS

TODAY AT 4:00

Al THE MACARENA

Next Saturday at 8:30 P.M.
and Sunday at 4:30 P.M.

, ..a'-- :
AROSEMENA AVENUE

Chid Crime Causes
Are Universal,
Says Woman Judge
BY GAY PAUL BY

NEW YORK, (UP)- The rate
of child ertme varies from coun country
try country to country, but its eauses are
universal, says a British woman
magistrate who specialises in ju
venile court work.
"Lack of home training the
amount of money young folks
earn without any instruction on
what to do with, H. Divorced par parents
ents parents and divided loyalties. All
these are reasons," said the jus
tice, Mrs. Gertrude Muriel Fen
ntll Bishop.
"A secure family, both mother
and father there... A home with'
out heavv drinkine and earn

blmg...A home where religion hnsjkndwi the review and rewarded

a rote. These help keep
headtd" right," she said.
Never lure
child
"Yet one can never Be sure,"
she continued in an intrview.
"I've had tearful parents say to
me, "I don't know why my boy
got into trouble. He had every
thing he wanted."
"It ie just as bad to over in indulge
dulge indulge a child as to deprive it."
Magistrate Bithop, whose home
base is Leicester, is in this coun country
try country for 10 weeks study of our ju juvenile
venile juvenile courts and prison methods
from New York to California.
Prison reform is another of
her
specialties.
Justice Bishop said "There is a
great deal of teen-age crime in
my country; how it compares
with yours I don't know yet.
"Some of the things we read in
the papers, at home and here,
are startling. But it is very im important
portant important for us to remember ju
venile crime is not new. What is
new, is our universal conscience
wad concern."
Apprevnd School
She said the British Home Of Office
fice Office runs approved schools, where
many of the juvenile delinquents,
boys or girls, are sent for regular
school work, medical care and
emotional guidance.
Many British officials, magis magistrates
trates magistrates included, advocate strong
measures to handle the delin delinquent,
quent, delinquent, she said. "But I'm in the
minority here," she continued. 'I
do not believe in violence in any
form.
"But I'm not for leniency eith either,"
er," either," she said. "It is difficult to
administer iustice. but I think
our Jlte always should be t&kecp
the child from becoming an habit
ual."
;ODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.2C
Burt Lancaster
Tony Curtis in
"Sweet Smell of Success"
George Montgomery in
"STREET OV sLNHKM
P.M.
I
SERVES THE HEART
PAA AFFILIATE

mg2 1V7

EL SALVADOR GRAND CAYMAN
SAN JOSE MIAMI HAVANA
BETWEEN 31st ami 32nd Sis. TEL. 3-7011

Monday morning at 11 school
was dismissed in order to attend
a ceremony in the Balboa
Stadium at which Pvt. William C.
Sears was awarded a silver life
saving menu oy uov, w. je. rot
ter.
Billy is pretty well-k n o w n
among the students of BHS as he
was a senior lsst year. Billy
saved the life of Dr. Rene Pet
zoVi, a 72 year old Boston den
tist, when he was swept shore at
santa Clara beach by a ten-foot
wave. That was not the only thrill
that was presented to (Billy at the
review, however. Terry Moore,
the well-know movie actress at
him with a kiss.
Tuesday was the long awaited
for day. as this was our senior
class trip. We not on buses at the
school and rode to G a m b o a.
There we all boarded the ferrv
and went through the cut of the
Canal and landed at Pedro Mi Miguel..
guel.. Miguel.. It was surely a lot of fun
and lots of cameras were click clicking
ing clicking that day.
Aff the ferry moved through
the cut, Mr. Hart spoke over a
microphone and spoke on very in
teresting facts about the Canal.
The trip also wss a field trio for
the senior class of Cristobal High!
ociiuui aim a lew iuuuDeri 01 me
C .. I. 1 I 1 iL.
Junior College. The groups mik
ed pretty well and it wal nice
talking to our friends from across
the isthmus.
Practice has really been going
strong for the production of the
play "Lute Song," which will be
put on by members of the BHS
drama club at Jadwin Hall some
time in the very near future.
By the way, they are in bad
need of lots of tembleques, so if
you have any you wish to loan to
the cast, they surelly would ap
predate them. Because of all the
rehearsals for "Lute Song", the
rehearsals of the Glee Club have
been cancelled for the next two
weeks.
Last Friday night was the "Dog
Patch Hop", more often times
called the Sadie Hawkins Dance.
This dance is the one dance of the
year where the girls can retaliate
and take the boys. It is all done
by sophomore committees, as it
Is their dance.
That same Friday .evening
wasthe annual Canal Zone Polict
ball, Congratulations are in order
for the lovely new Police Queen,
Sandra Hughes. I think BHS did
pretty well to have' a representa representative,
tive, representative, Linda Pearl, in the court as
all the girls except her -are mem members
bers members of the Canal ono Junior
College.
In the line of sports, there Is
softbaij for the firls and track for
the boys. Quite a few gals went
out for softball this year and
that's very good. Track is coming
at top speed and we certainly
hopet hat our runners will run
OF THE AMERICAS

tiff

MEXICO PANAMA

xWwmS .'rf

u Hi

NAME YOUR BRAND Well
branded is this telephone booth
in Tucumcari, N.M. What ap appears
pears appears to be "Greek" lettering
on the glass of the booth is in
reality the cattle brands in use
throughout the area. Every pay
phone booth in Tucumcari is
decorated with the brands to
let visitors know that they
really are in cattle country.
DRUG GROUPS ME RGB
NEW YORK, March 14 (UP)
The American Drug Manufactu Manufacturers'
rers' Manufacturers' Assn. and the American
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers'
Assn. have been meraed into
single industry group called the
rnarmaceuueai Manufacturers
Assn., it was announced today
R I QUI IT NEW PLIGHT!
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)
capital Airlines. Inc. ha re
quested the Civil Aeronautics
Board to negotiate with r..H.
for new flights between Toronto
no Montreal ana a number of
v. a. cities, capital has no aerv
lotto Canada at the present time
that war. A serinux thr.t tm.
year again, seems to be the track
team irom the air force base, Al
brook.
The Chess Club started its
scotch foursome tniirnamant ..
dav. The rule ur writtsn ami
drawn up by Fairlee Skinner and
14. l I J t 1
u snoum prove just one more way
to make chess an intertstintf
game. However, this is one club
where the boys out-number the
gins, so come on girls, let's show
those boys we're intellects, too!
Term papers seem to be the
"headache" of seniors at the
moment. I'm writing mine on, se
datives, and with all the things I
nave to OO, I couta sure use one
Read this column again next
week for some more news on the
whats and whys of BH8.
Incidentally, after reading all
the hub hub in the Mail (Box about
air conditioning the Canal Zone
schools. I began to notice that it
really was stiffling in there, so
here's one definite vote for air
conditioning the schools!

Visitor From Texas
Mrs. Harlln j. Roper

Adressej Isthmians
Mrs. .Harlia J. Roper of
Texas, guest of Miss Mabel
of the Central American Mi
Panama Citv. has effertrve lv enter
ed into the Ministry scheduled for
ner among tne fflHerent women's
groups in me tone.
Her husbano, pr Roper, is the
pastor of KKefd Memorial
Church. Dallas. Together they.have
had 31 years of Bible teaching m
then- church as well as to many
Other groups throughout the City
ana Mates.
On Wednesday morning at 9:00
a.m. 32 ladies gathered at the Cu
rundu Protestant Church Annex to
hear th message entitled "Fcing
the Challenge".
On Thursday morning at 9:00
a.m Mrs. Roper spoke to the week
ly Bible class at the home of Mrs
Philip Steers, Ancon. Her subject
was: "The Infallible Psychiatrist."
Twenty-eight ladies attended
' She began on Tuesday evening
a series of talks both to men and
women in the Curundu Protestant
Church on the subject: "The life
I now Live in the Flesh." The third
of this service will be at T: 00 to
night.
Mrs. Roper will start another se series
ries series of five messages next week on
"The Woman's Place in this Top
sy-turvy World". This series will
be presented st the USO-JWB au
ditorium in Balboa on the follow
ing dates: Monday, March 17, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, March 18. Thursday. March
20, Monday, March 24, and Tues
day, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. All
women are cordially invited to at attend
tend attend this up-to-date and interesting
series.
Dr. Harlin J. Roper also is plan planning
ning planning to spend a week on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus arriving on March 25. Curing
his stay here, he, too, will fulfill
a number of speaking engagement,
on which the announcements will
appear later. Dr. Roper is the edi
tor of the widely known Sunday
chool course "Through the BibW
Study".
Before returning to the United
States Dr. and Mrs. Roper will
make a tour throughout the other
,. ij ios of Central Amenta.
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TWO HUNGARIANS EXECUTED
VIENNA (UP) Two Hungari Hungarian
an Hungarian "counter revolutionary crimi criminals"
nals" criminals" were executed recently in
Budapest, Railio Budapest said to today.
day. today. The febjyliist identified
them as Imre Varga and Jozsef
Nagy. Tht radio M rot specify
the crimes committed by the two
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Proof of the benefits that esn be
derived from. joint effort, is be being
ing being given by the community of La
Mata, xa subsistence agricultural
community ox 4 persons (includ
mg 84 children of School age) in
me. rrovince of veraguas.
Thanks to this feeling of unity
and to the valuable help given them
by the Point Four Mission in Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, the community of La Mate
today-lives a better life.
ln Auguat of lASZrfoint Pour be
came tsneraatev m La Mata
Through a meeting arranged by
a scnooi inspector m VeTnguas,
the ides of self-improvement and
representative group of the com
munity.
It was pointed out htat Ihcrei
weie many uunga mey mignj ao tor
. u . a. ii .x
meir own improvement u mey
were willing to engage in the com community
munity community development process.
Three meetings, Mer, the lead
ers in the community decided that
they wanted t do. something about
thei Own situation.
The first step was a social cen
sus of the resources and needs con conducted
ducted conducted with assistance from the
School Inspector and the Commu
nity Development Section from
SICAP. The results of this survey
formed the basis for community
planning.
A temporary committee screen screened
ed screened the findings, found that there
were some problems that they
could solve by themselves, others
required technical assistance plus
governental aid.
The people of La Mata became
interested in what was going on
inihe world and other communiti communities.
es. communities. Pictures secured from the Unit United
ed United States Information Service Film
Section were shown each Saturday
night when the entire population
gathered to discuss progoress show
ed how other communities tn oth
er parts of Latin America had lear
ed to solve their own problems
through their own efforts.
Enthusiasm mounted. A perman
ent central committee, democrati
cally elected, replaced the tempo
rary committee. An advtsory Com Committee
mittee Committee of the sanitary engineer,
the school inspector, the agricultur agricultural
al agricultural extension agent end the social
worker was formed. Problems we're
divided into long and short term
projects.
Christmas was approaenmg ano
the wives of the officers of the
United States Embassy adopted La
Mata as their holiday project.
Each child was supplied wan a
toy and a gift, and the other fights
wereturned over to the school for
use of all children. There were mo
than enough gifts for tne cnunren
of La Mata. so children of a neigh
boring village were invited by La
Mata to share.
The Community Development
Section1 artafiged for the CARE or
ganization in Panama to contribute
agricultural tools and a sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. A low-cost block-making ma machine
chine machine was loaned to the central com
mittee. The community j decided
that the first tiling they wanted
to do was, to a school kitchen and
a community eenter where they
could meet.
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Funds were secured through
fair. The school kitchen was built
with volunteer labor.
Sub-committees of the central
committee studied plans for a com community
munity community center, scheduled classes
in sewinf Instruction, checked fii;
ing Bits for suitable pictures. In
seven months, the community e e-merged
merged e-merged for a casual relationship
among neighbors to a unit interest,
ed lb improving its own situatioi
ttareuA ft ma efforts.
Today; i sign along the main
highway proudly proclaims ,thf
weds "The Community of La Ma
ta". ;
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Working with Panamanian offli
dab, Roint Four fostered comma
nity organization among the pe
pie of La Mata. It showed what
could be done in cooperative effort.
It supplied tools, equipment and
plans so productive labor could be
Channeled for community improve
ment It presented ideas that they
might follow. It helped them a
chieve community identity.
It interested outside groups m
La Mata. Through, its staff if gave
them technical aid and advice, it
encouraged them to weave them
selves into a cohesive unit.
It helped the members of that
community to find their tongues,
to analyse their situation, to ex
amine possible solutions, and to da)
something about their own prob problems.
lems. problems. 'Oceans' Contest
At Cativa Church
The Cativa Methodist Sunday
School will present a "contest of
the Five GreaV Oceana" in aid
the Church Building fund on
March 1 at 7 p.m.
Those taking part part in thfs
contest, are: Carlos Lewis repre representing
senting representing Arctic Ocean;' Jean War
ner, Antarctic Ocean; Millicent
Kidd, Atlantic Ocean; Sonia Hill,
Pacific Ocean and Sylvia Jones,
Indian Ocean.
Superintendent Alan C. Belgrave
and his staff of officers are pre preparing
paring preparing a variety program to sup supplement
plement supplement the contest,
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NEWS

Senate Calls On Ike To Rush
Public Works, Aid Employment

If all the nations of the world
including those comparisaig the
United Nations, Individually and
collectively, would p,a 1 1 e r n the
"scouting movement" a world
organization founded by that great
patriot the late Lord Bitfen Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, with its foundamental princi princi-oles
oles princi-oles and Ideals based on amity

and universal friendship; & there

would be little eiuse for "ten "tension"
sion" "tension" and "cold War" not to
mention "hotw ar," which the na nations
tions nations of the world are at present
in a quandary trying their utmost
best to avoid.
This was forcefully broflfnt out
at the dinner given in honor of
the visiting delegation of the West Western
ern Western Hemisphere Regional Cora
mittee of the' World Asociatton of
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts which
included:
Chairman Mis Henriette Os Osier
ier Osier of Canada, 1st vice chairman
Mrs. Jabez Pratt of New Yor k,
executive secretary Mrs Ethel
Rusk Dermady of New York hon honorary
orary honorary secretary Mrs. Lyman De Delano
lano Delano of New, York, honorary
treasurer Mrs. Robert S. Tange Tange-men
men Tange-men Of Indiana, Dr. Marjorie S.
Hallett of Bermuda, Mrs. Roslta
Bahiana and Miss C. Mendez
Hanson of BratlL Mrs. Thomas
Bata of Canada, travelling com commissioner
missioner commissioner Miss Gladys Gomian of
Chile, Mrs. TJalllng Wijerandus of
Curacao, Mrs. Roy F. Layton of
Washington, D.C., Mi;s. Alan
Means of California; at Quarry
Heights Officers Ciiib list apon
ored jointly by the Canal Zone
Council, Girl Scout of America;
Muchachas Guias of Panama and
the International Girl Scouts of
Martha Hamilton, president of the
Canal Zone Girl Scouts, as miss miss-tress
tress miss-tress of ceremonies.
As a climax to the three-day con conference
ference conference of the committee held at
the Hotel El Panima H.llton,
March 4-0, tht dinner, which was
a delightful fanctfon. wis held in a
beautiful elng surrounded by
atately palm, trees and enhancing
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March 14 (UP) twoyeW,. old
floor apartment. An X-ray,, exam examination
ination examination today showed no injuries.

trantral 4Uwm n4 iliiKki

decorated with vari-cokwed light

ing wiw aan easateugnta yt sym symbol
bol symbol oi the ever burninj flame of
love and friendship within tht
breast of every scout for a fellow-scout)
centering each table.
The fraternization of the gather gathering
ing gathering before and after the delicious
repast was truly inspiring and
typical of scouters the world o o-ver.
ver. o-ver. Following a welcome address by
senior scout Violet Gaskin of the
International Girl Scouts, each
visltine euest (members of the

WHRC) get up and identified
themselves giving their nationali

ty, position in the committee, ami
hrif ir-munt of the (tart thev

are playing for tie fostering and

perpetuation of the movement.
Mrs. Lulllta Mrrarquhar, proa
Mm of the International G i r

Scouts, also gave a word of wel

come to the guests and express expressed
ed expressed the hnoe that their visit will

ha the means of inspiring local

leaders to the exert greater zeal
. T ... L

tor me progress w mt m v e e-menf
menf e-menf in Panama and the Canal

A talk on Panama's, foiklore

was then given byMrs. Dayti,
to.Her nt Troon 90. CZGS. after

which a group of Sr. Canal Zone

Girl Scouts aancBti me lamnwi lamnwi-to
to lamnwi-to in native costume The enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable evening's entertainment con concluded
cluded concluded with the screening of in interesting
teresting interesting film strips of the "World
Centennary Csmpu held in Cana-

the Centennary (18574957) of the

foundinf of the woriowwe move movement,
ment, movement, and a trip to the San Bias
..d r.rin Indian Islands, by a

IliU r-
group of Sr, Girl Scouts diaper-

oned by tneir ieaaw
. The Western Hemispher Regffn-
.1 n.Hte'm next session IB

slated for 1960 and may be held

at the Cabana in Memo, ecu ecu-tive
tive ecu-tive secretary Mrs. Dermady in

timated.

URIELS KILL MOSLiMS

gerian rebels have killed 11 Mos-

lems, inciuaing uiree wmwi -tworchiWren,
at the village of
Slim, 135 miles South of here,
French military officials said to-

a nec of retaliatory at-

(mv v m mw r,
tacks on Moslems suspected of

pro-rrencn sympatnies;

WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)

The Senate approved 93-1 today

an anil -race Mien resolution call calling
ing calling on President Eisenhower to
step up spending on public works
projects from funds already pro provided
vided provided by Congress.

The resolution was introduced by

Scute Democratic Leader Lyn-

Johnson and co-sponsored
other senators. The lose

vote was cast by Sen.

(R-N.H. who said

that "soeedv loendine"

only answer to unemploy-

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vote

eame as

President asked Congress for an

additional $85,603,000 to speed rec

lamation' projects as part o toe

administration's anti recession

program. It would be added to
sums previously sought for the
fiscal year starting July 1.
White House Press Secretarv

James C. Hagerty said the Presi President
dent President also would ask Congress next

week for an additional 125 million

dollars to speed work on harbor

and flood controls projects as part
of the fight against unemploy

ment.
Hagerty also said the Psesident

hoped to send Congress before, the
week end his proposal for extend extending
ing extending the period of unemployment
compensation payments by 16
weeks. A similar Democratic pro program
gram program already has been intro

duced in the House.
In still another development.

the Defense Department reported
that it planned to place contracts
for moreJhan two billion dollars
worth of military construction and

housing by June 30. About $1,180.-

000,000 would oe obligated in this

country.

thriiii favor.

resolution because it was "mean "mean-ii
ii "mean-ii ess." He also said it was
filled with "grandiose sugges suggestions'
tions' suggestions' 4hat the way to deal with
the recession was by fast spend spending.
ing. spending. He feared "its psychological

A similar resolution urvin

speedup of military construction
projects was approved today bv
the House Armed Services Com-

miuee,?Z4-2, and was scheduled!

My (U-Mont. ) ana jonn r. s.en-c.bo. '-!:;::. -r"v.u,

dy ,D-M...), were announced tommo" COBS'aera

Senate Reoublican Leader Wil

liam P. Knowland joined Sen.

Johnson in support of the resolu

tion. He said the administration
and Congress must work togeth together
er together to solve the business slump
with no thought of partisan ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. ai

Johnson aam tne resolution was
"only the beginning of the begin beginning"
ning" beginning" of an anti recession pro program
gram program and must be followed by
action as soon as possible on leg leg-illation
illation leg-illation dealing with housing,

highways, farm prices and credit

tor smau Business.
The resolution does not have the
effect of law. It merely expresses
the view of the Senate that con'
struction programs for which
Congress already has voted mon

ey "should be accelerated to the

greatest practicable extent.
An amendment written Into the
resolution by the Public Works
Committee commended the Pres

ident' and the administration for

actio which they already had ta

ken to speed up the public works
program.
Sen. Cotton said he opposed the

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track picture is their strong boy Charlie Morris. He Is the
top shot putter in the interscholastic league and can also do
effective work 'n the discus event. Morris has been con consistently
sistently consistently over 50 feet with the shot and 130 feet wtth the
discus this year. He will be among the favorites '.n the Iron
ball event for the Balboa Relays on March 21-22.

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e) Air Pump (optional) It Tire change Tool Kit
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i Teams

Buick
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Buick, who bad just clinched a
tie on Wednesday, became the
1958 champions by virtue of an
assist from Morland's Jets.
The Mottas, playing without the
services of two of their star play-
j r 41 Im K a B t

ers, piayea one oi ueu u
eames of the season in going down

t to 3 against Karpinslu and com company.
pany. company. Motta scored one run in the
first but this was quickly tied up

as Belanger of the Jet hit a

home run in the bottom nan u
the inning.

After battling on even terms ior

four innings, the Jets tinauy goi

rolling, scoring lour Dig runa n

a pair of wauts, a aoume uy -miani,
a bunt single by Belanger
and a hit by Self.
The Mottas threatened in the
sixth, loading the bases with two
but. Davis hit a clean single to
right, scoring two runs. Goguen
grounded out pitcher to first to
end the threat. Belanger with a
homer and single, and Damlani
with two for four led the Jet at attack;
tack; attack; while Davis had two hits
for the Mottas.
There is still one week of play
left for all the teams. Sanders
and Greene, who will manage the
Atlantic All-Stars, will be using
these games to select the boys
who will represent the league.
Although the league cannot place
boys who will be 18 prior to Au August
gust August 1 on the all star team., it is
planned to make up a team of
these older members for a warm warm-up
up warm-up game.
The Atlantic AJl-Stars should
present a well-balanced elub in
their efforts to gain several sports
in the V.F.W. tournament.

Cinci, Frisco. KC,
Temple, Open Bids

For NCAA Caae Title

Cincinnati. San Francisco, Kan-

j sas State and Temple, ranked
hehind West Vireinia in that or

der in the final United Press bas basketball
ketball basketball ratines, open their bid

Friday night for the NCAA major

rnl pt rhammnnshiD.

The nattonwtUe program lists
efg ht games 1n four r regional

playoffs, lining up this way:

East at Charlotte, M.U. lempie

f24 vs Maryland (21-8) and

Manhattan (16-8) vs. Dartmouth

(21-4).

Mideast at Lexington, Ky. No-

tre Dame (23-4) vs. Indiana (12-

10) and Kentucky (196) vs. Mia

mi of Ohio (18-7).
Midwest at Lawrence, Kan.

Kansas State (20-3) vs. Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati (24-2) and Oklahoma State (20-

7) vs. Arkansas (18-8

Far west at Berkeley, Calif.
San Francisco (241) vs. Seattle

(20-5) and Idaho State (22-4) vs
California (19-8).

Kent Rallies to Beat JC 6-3;
Plays BHS In Fina le Monday

Pacific Twilight League

Team W L

Balboa High School 9. 5

Kent Cigarettes 8 6

Lucky Strike 8 7

Junior College U

Wednesday's Result
Kent 6, Junior College 3
Monday Night's 6am
Kent vs Balboa High School
Kkent Cigarettes with eliminali

from the 1958 pennant chase star

ing them mt he face rallied for
four runs in the sixth i n i n n g
Wednesday night and then went
on for a 6 to 3 win overt he errac errac-tic
tic errac-tic Junior College nine.

Action by league officials

Wednesday afternoon on a protest protested
ed protested game played early in the Sea

son in which Kent used an ineli ineligible
gible ineligible player deprived the second

lacers of a chance to tie Balboa
ligh School for the league lead.

Officials declared forfeited the
game played between Kent and

Lucky Strike on January 19 in
which former Balboa High School
player Lena Kirkland played for

neni witnouc tirst securing a
er release from the Balboa

School team.
Kirkland, who figured to he the

ace of the Bulldogs mound staff,
opened the 1958 twiloon season

Kent and Balboa High play on
Mondav nieht to wind uo the 1958

schedule and a victory for the Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog will give Balboa High the
championship, whereas" a Kent win

wm create a tie and send the two
teams into a three game playtJff
for the pennant The playoff dates
are tentatively .set for the follow-

wun a i io o wm over wumpr uownng Monday and Tuesday and a
lege on January 14th and left the third game if necessary to be play play-Bulldog
Bulldog play-Bulldog squad lour da vs later and ed on Wednesday nieht.

piayea centenieid tor Kent in a
game in which t h e Cigarrillos
blanked Lucky Strike 7 to 0.
It was decided at the time of the

violation to delay action until such

a time as the protested game had
a bearing on the final outcome of
league play.
The decision to forfeit the game
to Lucky Strike was reluctantly
but unanimously, made by the
league officials with Kent and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High school involved in a dbg
fight for the 1958 pennant.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

The Friday winners will meet

i Saturday niaht in the regional fi

nals. The four regional winners

then move oh to Louisvftle, Ky.,J

ior tne national semiunais ami u-

nal March 21-22.

North Carolina, which tllmaxed

an unbeaten season Dy winning

this title last year, failed to quali qualify
fy qualify for the tokurnament this year.

The regional favorites are tem

ple in the east, Notre Dame and
Kentucky in the mideast, Kansas

State and Cincinnati in tne Mid Midwest
west Midwest and San Francisco, the 1954

and 1955 national champion, in the
far west.

Eieht newcomers are scheduled

to make' their debut Sunday at the

President Remon racetrack: Ne-

drev. Golden Rocket. Pepin, Cor-

viglia, Platano, Bathina, Deunga Deunga-lope
lope Deunga-lope and Florete.

Golden Kocket and renin are

scheduled starters in the fifth

race, corvigiia, riatano, uatnina,

Deungalope and Florete will go

in the eighth and Nedrey is list

ed to race in the tenth.

Nedrey is a highly rated five-

year-old chestnut son of Chocks Chocks-Parabola.
Parabola. Chocks-Parabola. The Chilean-bred racer
is owned by the Stud Buena Fe

and trained by Luis H. Farrugia.

Golden Socket, an Jfinglish-ored

three-year-old brown offspring of
Rockefella-Golden Cascade, is the

property of the Cuadra Mexico

and is trained by Larry Tomiin Tomiin-son.
son. Tomiin-son. Peoin. a bay three-year-old Eng

lishc olt by Wilwyn Road Sense,

is owned by Miss Tit' Melendez

and trained by Henry White.

Corviglia ia a Chilean-bred two-

year-old filly by Hardendale out

of Corazdnada. She is woend by

the Stud La Pomarada and tram

ed by Luis Rodriguez.
Platano, an Argentine-bred two
vear-old colt bv Pesv out of Orti

ga, is owned by Clifford D. Mor

gan ana irainea Dy aimeon Alien.
Bathina is a speedy chestnut
filly by The Bath Road out of Di-

vina. This Chilean-bred will race
under the colors of the Stud 4:30

and Juan A. Jimenez III doe the
training.
Deungalope is t two-year-old Argentine-bred
Chestnut son of Pesy-

Alcoba. He is owned by The Syn
dicate and trained by Henry

n hub.
Florete a twi-ytir eld bay
by Den Flore eat of Cocorecha,
is the only leuaderean bred

racer at the lef track. He Is
owned and trained by Antonio
Iiklldsen.
Ntdrey 'and Bathina are the
two most Impressive ones among
this group of newcomers.

Several horses changed owner ownership
ship ownership during the week. Those re reported
ported reported to the 1 track's office in include:
clude: include: Petronila, formerly owned and
trained by Augusto W. Newman
Jr., is now the property of the
Stud Rex and is being readied by
Jose P. Ramos.
Picararo, until this week a St.
Mary Stable liability, was acquir acquired
ed acquired by the Stud Rio Grande and is

being trained by Eustaciu Garcia

de Parades.
The Chumungu Stable sold Dan
to Stud The Gemini. -His new
trainer is Milan Thomas

Golden Corn II will race under

the colors of Lorenzo Romagoza
in the future. Prudencio Pinillo

Perez continues to train him. Pi

nillo has also taken over the

training of the Stud Boby's Soft

Note.
Puesto was bought by the Stud
El Brujo and "will be trained by
Jose Oscar Mendoza.
Irish thoroughbreds Blakemere
and Merry Masen left far Chile
last Saturday. The two former
dassy Juan France performers
will be used for stud purposes
in the South American country.
oOo

Trick officials should take steps
to prevent a repetition of the Don
LuEM Brote cases of l a s't

weekend. Don Luis, a i!jftiWttW
year-old thoroughbred, and Brote,

an Argentine-bred two-year old,

both performed miserably. Din

Luis went off an oddson mutuels

choice while Brote was a heavily-

backed second favorite.

It was lter officially revealed
that the colts were suffering

from "sore shins." It is this

serines opinion that since sore

shins can be easily detected, the

track.' veterinarian should keen a

sharp watch on the large number

of young animals now competing
and order any of them scratched

when found to suffering from the

ailment.

Pete Seta opened Wednesday

night's game with a single and
Lombana followed with a perfect
sacrifice to send Pete to second

base. Rivera singled and Sales

raced home with the first Kent

run.

College got going in their half

of the first inning when Ronnie
Mead singled with one out. Sch Schneider
neider Schneider worked Wally Trout for a

walk and both men scored on oon-

ny Alexander booming triple to
the right field fence. Alexander

camenn with the third College run

when Marty Salas booted Hat-

ehett's ground ball.

wally Trout and Alexander men

pitched on even terms preventing
further scoring with each pitcher

allowing only two use nits up to
the fateful sixth inning.
Mary Salas grounded out Hoch
to Hiffiard to start the sixth but

Trout was safe at first on Hoch's

error. Pete Salas singled and Trout
went to third from where he scor scor-ed
ed scor-ed when Spurlock dropped Lorn Lorn-bana's
bana's Lorn-bana's fly ball to left. Rivera hit
a hot grounder through Blackburn
at second and when Schneider
threw wild to the plate both Salas
and Lombana scored and Rivera
headed for third. Cody retrieved
the loose ball at the backstop and
threw wildly to third to allow Rij
vera to score the fojirth run.

Kent shoved across an insurance

run in the seventh when Billy Mc Mc-Keown
Keown Mc-Keown laid down a perfect buht

single and then stole second oase.
Mrtv Sales went down on strikes

but Wally Trout' singled to right to
score McKeewn.
College threatened In the seventh

with Ronnie Mesa collecting nis

second single after Linares went

out on a flv bill to second tor me

first out. ith the College's top of

the order -aoming up it looked as
though Coflege might still pull the
stmt out hut Lombana took Sch

neider's grounder and tagged Mead
on the line and threw to first to
complete the double play to end
the game.
Wally Trout posted his fourth
win of the campaign scattering

five hits stalking out six and walk

ing three batters. Alexander lost

his third same, in five outings

es on balls.

Pete Salas led the winners at
the plate collecting two hit in four

trips and Ronnie Mead and Don

Alexander with two hits apiece col

lected four of the. College's five

hits.

Higgins' Boston Red Sox are

the only unbeaten team" oh --the
Citrus Circuit with a perfect 4-0
slate cimpiled desnite the fact

lhat Ted Williams hasn't played

inning. And Stengels New

York Yankee fctye the worst, rec, Wc- five hits.
nrH in tU I... : j f 1

iwy uuc win una U-VC4
losses-despite the fact that Mick

ey Mantle and- Yogi Berra ..have
been in continuous action.
The Red Sox made H four in a

row yesterday when they whipped
the Yankees, 1-0, on run-scoring
single by Bfuy Consolo follow

ing a double by Sammy White.

In those four gsmes. .Red Sox

pitchers have yielded a total of

nine runs and 27 jut while, beat beating
ing beating the Yankees twice snd the
Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago
White Sox once each.

Red Sox Only Unbeaten
Tearti; Yanks Now 1-5

Bjr

DOWN

EW YORK, March 14 (UP) Grapefruit
Lfe results may not be worth a handful of citrus
seeds 'but It's obvious today why-Mike HiMina h'-.
beamin' and Caey Stengel is steamm'.

The Yankees, who are mak making
ing making every pitehur, they face
look like World Series here Low
Burdctto, new have boon shut
out three times end scored a
total of 11 runs in six games.
Nothing has gen r i g h t for
Stiingel' and he shewed his dis displeasure
pleasure displeasure yesterday when he
stamped around the Yankee

clubhouse in high dungeon. Ca Casey
sey Casey hates to lose tven then
when it's only for fun.

JAYWALKERS WINNING

NEW YORK (UP) New York

pedestrians are such confirmed
jaywalkers that a campaign to
persuade them to obey traffic
lights Is progressing "very, very
slowly." Police Commissioner

Stephen P. Kennedy conceded

today.

Frank Sullivan, who has a 2-10

lifetime record against ihe Yan

kees, pitched perfect ball for the
first three innings yesterday and
Geirge Susce end Al Schroll con

tinued firing the goosefgs. The

yanKees' sole consolation was a

three-inning shutout performance

turned in by 48-year-old Sal Mag;
lie in his spring debut.
The San Francisco Giants scorefc

their third victory in four games

when they crushed the Chicago

Cubs. 132, with the help of two

home runs and a pair of singles

by shortstop Datyl Spencer. Rook

ie Jim Davenport also homered
for the Giants and Willie ,Miys

walloped a triple tn the 14-hit at
tack.

The world champion Milwaukee

Braves rocked Johnny Podres for

six runs in the first two, mnjnas
and went on to'beat the Los An

geles Dodgers, 8-2. Felix Mantilla
smashed two doubles for the

Braves, now 2-S in Grapefruit-competition,
while Felipe MOntemayor

homered for the Dodgers.

, The Washington Senators comb combed
ed combed 1957 rookie of -the year Jack
Sanford for eight runs in-the sec

ond inning and walloped the Phrl

adelphia Phillie, M. Nora In

cms smashed two doubles and
Harmon Killebrew one in the big
frame. Ralph Lumentr, Truman
Clevenger, and Chuck Stobbs col collaborated
laborated collaborated ip holdmg the PhiUiee

Outfielder Bobby Gone Smith
?Jrm !" rvleo as a
the Sf. Louis Cardinals' 3-2 win
vtr the White Sex when Gone
.Green's 14th-innina .ku .it.

jhjd, ken Beyer with the Win-"

ninsrrun. sr. Louis manager
Fred Hutchinson tossed Smith
Into the fray es a pitcher be,
cause JI his ether available
hurlers are already used In the

Tne Detroit Tigers hammered,
out six homers with the aid of
a strong taiiwind to snap their
four-game losing treak with an
8-6 decisiin over the Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics'. AI Kaline and Franfe
Boiling hit two homers each and
Jim Hegan and Lou Bkizas hit on
each. Bob Shaw, Detroit's promr"
ing right-hander, gave up only
three hits in six innings.
Vada Pmson, Roy McMillan and

i Stan Paly homered to lead the

Cincinnati Redlegs to a 7-3 win
over the Pirates, behind the five
hit pitching of Jerry Cade, Bill
Wight and John Smith. Steve Vjl
ko, the Redlegs' -250-pound first first-baseman,
baseman, first-baseman, had four hits in tout
trips.
Other eamp news: Red Sox
shortstop Don, Ruddin w dis dis-charged
charged dis-charged from the army at Fort
MePhersori; Ga. veteran bullpen
coach Bob Keely of the Bray.ee
resigned because of ill health.
Jimmy Gljlaghher, one-time geaer?
al manager of the Cubs, signed
with the Phillies to assist farm
system director Gene Martin.

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WIDDtNG fARTY KILLED
CALCUTTA, fiidian, March 14
(UP) Thirty eight members
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arid mlrned to death when.dtheir
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today.
The driver and: two other pas passenger
senger passenger escape, but the -latter sat
fered serious burns. Police sid
the driver Jumped'- frohl the bus
when he -spotted the fire and the
vehicle ran out of control and
overturned. The accident occurred
near the village of Diibia in As-

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MARCH H, IMS

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Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hette

Jeckn St.

1st Race 7th Series Imp. S Pgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 1:00
1st RACE OF THi DOUlLf

1 Fehrero II
2 Resuelto
S Escoriil
4-IPrincesa V.

jthMAtftmic S.
Ve-Fifrto

J. Phillips 100 -Nothing in ages
. K. FloreiW -Lacks early spied,
J. Jimenez 110 Cin beat these
H." Gustines 113- -Depends on itart
Bam 115 -Fwm iMflkatea

G. Sanchei 108 -No. 1

10-1
I 50-1
J-l
2-1
EVEN
. 8-2

2nd Race 4th 5rr I we. 7 Fts.Purse 1400.00 Peel Close 1:30

1 Fenix
2Reeife
3 Red Label
4 Empire C
5 Orna. Star

I fi-iKine

if 7-Grecj

2r Race "H"

1 Yoylta
2 Ciria
2Rapa
4 iFilon
5 EL Pequeno
6 Guacamaya

d i r eironua
9 Tanganica)
10 Guarare)

S. Carvajal 113 -Could make it here
R. Cristian 115 -Has strongest finish
M. Hurley 115 Dangerous contender
A. Credidio 103 Nothing recently
B. Baeza 115 Should be close up
F. Hidalgo 113 -Nothing to recommend N
G. Sanchez 110 Should go all the way

4- 1
2-1
34
15-1
5- 2
8-1
2-1

Mossadeq, Sculptor, Forever, Yvon Durelle Battles

Joselito Clash In Wide Open

Race For 2nd & Third Series

Eight of the best second and third series im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds will battle it out for the ma major
jor major shire of a 756 purse over seven furlongs in the
main event at the President Remon racetrack to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.

Natives 4 Fgs. Purse $J7S.00o Pool, Closes 2:00
ONE TWO

J. PMUps HO -Bah well hulas
H. Hurtey HO -First try at. distance
A. Douless ll2x -Returns from Uyotf
J. Gongora 110 ,-Last was" excellent
H. Reyes 113 t-Quit badly in last
J. Talavera 107x -Usually quits too
G. Sanchez 108 Ordinary; no cjass
H. Gustines 110 Can beat these
A. Credidio 111 His beaten better
J. Cadogan 102' -Fair effort in last

2-1
5-2
15-1
2-1
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-2
4-1
41

4th Race "B a C" Nats. 4 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Pool Closes' 2:30

QUIN1ILA

I--Argyla
JM-Frijolilo
-Chito
4 Linda Susy
5 Tanara
6 (Brae Val
T (Don B.
8 (Yosikito

H. Gustines
A. Credidio
E. Dario
C. Ruiz
G. Sanchez
, J. Phillips
F. Justiniani
A. Reyes R.

113 Much the best
112 Strong effort last
102 Not whith this rider
115 ohould be close up
114 Tast doesn't count
108 Depends on, start
102x loor recent races
115 Dropped in class

5th Race "O" Native I R i a. Purse $375.00 Peel Cleies 3:00

1 Don Manuel
2 Olimpico
3 Certamen i
4 Presidcnte
5 -Bagdad

IB. Baeza 108 Lacks early speed
H. Gustines 115 Fastest at getawsy
B. Agulrre 115 Long overdue
A. Credidio 108 Good early speed
C. Quiros 103x Not againt these

fth Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 3:40

At RACK OP THi DQUBXl

1 The Gipsy
4 U..1

3- -Coronation D.
4- jCartillero
Wfambervell
6 (Blue Zulu

R. Vasquez 113 Should score here
F. Alvarez 106 Showjng improvement
B. Baeza 108 Jockey insists
H. GU3tin.fi. 11$, -Has Strong finish
F.Justiniani lOOx -ir-fceirlil lasit
A. Alfaro 105x Nothing tb indicate

7th Race 7th Series Imp. S Fes.Purst $400.00 Peel Cleses 4:10

1, 2nd RACI OD THI DOUBLI V

1 Colmado M. Hurley-115 Seeks third straight
2 Matriculado C. Bovil 108 Should be dose up
S Valdina Jeep B. B'aeta 112 ?m betr here
4 Zumar H. Gustines 118 Dangerous contender
5 Violin Viejo F. Aharei 106 Distance to liking
6 3tutilante C. Ruiz 115 -Fastest at getaway
7 (Tony J. Gongora 118 Completely washed ..

8 (Dag

on

F. Justiniani 105x Last

doesn't

count

UP

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

The probable mutuels choices in

this race are highly rated Sculptor

and former Juan Franco track
champion Mossadeq. Both were

easy winners last week. Ruben Vas

quez will guide Sculptor while
Guillermo Sanchez .back after serv

ing a two-meet suspension, will

be aboard Mossadeq.
Sculptor galloped to an easy ten ten-length
length ten-length victory over one mile in
1:40 2-5 while Mossadeq beat a si
milar field by only two lengths
but in the excellent time of 1:39
2-5 for the eight furlongs.
Also sure to be heavily backed
in the mutuels are Joselito, whhh
dropped a half-length decision to
Aguador in 1:11 over six forlongs,
ancl promising Forever, which wee
thrid behind Horacro and Germa Germa-nio
nio Germa-nio in a blanket finish a fortnight
go.
The track's two most exciting
riders at present, youthful Helio Helio-doro
doro Helio-doro Gustines and Braulio Baeza

will be riding Joselito and Foree
respectively. The two teenage sad saddle
dle saddle stars, whose backers are about

evenly divided, will clash on five

ither occasions during the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Germanio is also a scheduled
starter in this race. If his last per

formance is an. indication of his

present from, he must be reckon reckoned
ed reckoned with. Fernado Alvarez replaces
Amado Credidio in Germanio's

saddle. Kadir, which will be ridd
by Jorge Phillips, will go in an
entry with Germanio. Both are

trained by Antonio Eskildsen.

Town's Wall and Singful com

olete the list of starters. Town's

Wall is a probable upsetter which
will have Aljandro Ycaza to do the

booting, Singful, third behind Agua Aguador
dor Aguador and Joselito last week, will
again be ridden by Franco Justi Justiniani.
niani. Justiniani.
Nine other interesting races are

included oh an attractive program.

EVEN

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ON COMEBACK TRAIL The Stud'Miura's one-time leading
candidate for the Juan Franco track championship and a
consistent winner at the president Remon racetrack during
its tlrst year o( operation, Mossadeq. Is making a bid to climb
back to the track's top class,. Last week Mossadeq "cored an
easy victory over one nolle in the fast time of 1:39 25. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow he rates a good chance to make it two straight in
the featured seven furlong sprint for second and third series
. ., imported horses.

American Legion Baseball Loop

Peel Clems 4:40

Mi Race 8th Series Imp. 7 Fas. Purse $400.00

OUINIILA
1 Soft Note J. Talavera i05x Should be retired 50-1
2 Panzaretta H. Gjistines 113 Weak, effort in last 3-1
S Lyrical C. Ruiz 113 ttCouW make it here 2-1
j4 Nogalinno R. Cristian '112 Shot'ld be close up S-l
5 Lanero .1. Jimenez 106 -Trailer for months 30-1
I Puesto R. Gomez 108 -Brief earl, speed 100-1
7 Ocala Miss G. Graell 168 Has strong finish 5-1

a El Fakir r Justjni, S7x Could be upsetter 8-1
9 (Reflector G. Sanchez 113 Returns from layoff 3-2

10 (Paquetito F. Alvarez 115 Should beat these 3-2

tth Race 2nd a 3rd Se

Purw $750.00 Peel Cleies 5:15

ONE TWO

1 iForever J
2 Singful
3 Mossadeq
4 Sculptor
5 JoseHto
6 Towns WaU
7 (Kadrr
8 (Germanio

B. Baeza ll3 Consistent performer
F. JTistinL OTx Regaining form slowly
G. Sanchez 113 attack in best form
R. Vasquex 113 Danger card here
H. Gttstines i -if fight to finish
A. Ycaze.,113 -'5ouM get up now
J. Phflhps 106 Laeki early speed
F. Alvarez 105 -Last was a beauty

2-1

51

3-1

5-2
2-1
8-1
4-1
4-1

. .-.. :

Mth Race 5th, Seri.t Imp. ? Ps. Prt $SN.N Peel Cleies

1 Guadalcanal B. Baeza w Jockey may help
2 Thunderstreak Gustines 116 -Seems best here
-Elko B. Agulrre 106 -EWly speed only
4 Drstingo ., F. Alvarez 110 -Enjoying good form

M

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EVEN
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8-1

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Standings
Teams
Wettinghouse
Orange Kist
Snur Cola

Ef Panama Hilton

Panama Insurance

I
W L Pet.
3 1 .750
1 2 .500

3 3
2 3

2 3 .400

Weekend Schedule of Games
El Panama Hilton vs Spur Cola
Saturday, 2:30 p.m. (Balboa Sta Stadium).
dium). Stadium). Panama Insurance ys Westing Westing-house,
house, Westing-house, Saturday, 2:30 pirn. (Mt.
Hope Stadium).

JSl ranama Hilton vs westing

house, Sunday, 2:30 p.m. (Balboa

Stadium).
; Spur Cola vs Orange Kist, Sun
day, 2:30 p.m. (Fort Davis).

Scoring six times on five hits

the hitelmen of El Panama Hu

ton shut out the 2nd place sodamen

ox Orange Kist in Wednesday's

game of American Legion Junior

Baseball played at Balboa Stadium,

Jeff Kline went the whole route

for El Panama Hilton and allowed

but 4 hits while striking out 8

Big man at the plate for the El

Panama Hilton Legtonnaries of

ost One was Danny Des Londes.

anny had two for four including

his first home run m American

Legion Junior Baseball

r or tne losing urange Kist tune

third baseman Hitchcick

three of the four hits, his team

collected as well as doing an ex

fiehent job defending the thrid sack.

Spur Cola, of Gatun Post Three
heat the Panama Insurancemen

of Cristobal Post Two by a score

of ninet o 4. Details of this game

will be reported in a later edi edition.
tion. edition. 1 The bote score:
II Panama Hilton
Ab R H Po A I

Baggott, c
Wallace, ss

(Bright, If
Spradlin (a), If

Kline, p

Pearson, 3b

.Sanders, lb

Eiseiman, rf

Dec tides, 2b

Kiamco, cf

Mu?ler, 2b
McCullough, If,
Stahl (c), p, ss

Totals

29 0 4 27 7 5

(a) Shoch replaced Stahl as pitch'

Tony Anthony Tonight

By OSCAR FRALIY
NEW YORK (UP) Yvon Du

relle, the Canadian Sampson who
ranks as the number two light
heavyweight challenger, once was
canned as a bouncer.

He started too many fights.
The fighting fisherman figures

to have his primeval urges well

satisfied tonight at Madison Square

Garden when he tackles Tony An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, the winner to get a shot

at Archie Moore s title.
Cut the fistic festivities should
be entertaining for a number ot
reasons including the fact that both
men hit like Mickey Mantle, An Anthony
thony Anthony has a cut glass chin and

Durelle is a throwback ti the old

school of box fighters who brawl

ed primarily for the sheer love of

cpmbat.
Per Pet er Pun

The old time lodge members en

gaged in the manly art in or out
of the ring, for fee or fun, simply

because they loved to clout some

body on the whiskers. John L.

SulUvan delighted in announcing

"I can lick any man in the house"
ahd it set a precedent which held

for years.

Mickey Walker and Harry Greb,

after a disputed decision, chanced

upon each other in the later hours

and decided to continue the en

counter on the sidewalk, To hear

them tell it now, eight men were
slain and 16 were maimed. But

this is believed to be exaggerated.
However, there is no dehylng their

willingness nor that of such latter

day protagonists as Lew Jenkins,
Rocky Graziano, et al.
Durelle is of this stamp. Added

to this inclination is his personal

feeling that he is stronger than

Olvmpic weightlifter Paul'Ander

son. Here are some examples of

the fishing fleet owner's claims:
'"I can lick any four fishermen
in my fleets
"I have the biggest wrist in

er m 7th Inning.
(b) Cunningham batted for Hern
in 5th inning.
(c) Stahl replaced Shoch at Short Shortstop
stop Shortstop in 7th inning.
j
SUMMARY
Home runs: Des Lohdes. Three
Base hits: Kiamso. Two base hits:

Kline. Double plays; DesLondes to
Wallace to Sanders. Pearson to

Des Londes to Sanders. Passed

hallar Corriaan 1. First base on

errors: El Panama 1, Orange .Kist
1. Stolen bases: Baggott, Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. Muller. Sacrifice hits: Mul-

ler. Earned runs: El Panama 2.
Left on base: El Panam 8, Osange
Kist 4. Pitchers record: First on
balls iff Kline 1; off Stahl 5; off
Shoch 1. Struck out by: Klme 8;
by Stahl 5; by Shoch 3. Off Kline:
0 Runs and 4 Hits in 9 Innings. Off
Stahl: 6 runs and 5 hits in 6 1-3
innings. Off Schoch: 0 runs and 1
hit in 2 2-3 innings. Winnings pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Kline. Losing pitcher: Stahl.
Score by Innings
El Panama Hilton
, 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6
Orange Kist
0 00000000 0

boxing, nine inches." It's "only"
eight inches, hot who's going to
argue with Jiim?
"I can lift five men it once."
Reft Boxer
This would seem to make Du Durelle
relle Durelle a cross between a human
derrick and a grizzly bear. He is
also a fair had at "le boxe" as
conducted ihsiee the ropes. Eager
Yvon has won 72 of 93 bouts, draw draw-V
V draw-V the curtains on 37 of his ad adversaries.
versaries. adversaries. At 28 he is no longer a young youngster
ster youngster but you have to take into con consideration
sideration consideration that success came late
to may of our clontlhg characters.
Jersey Joe Walcott was 38 when
u.'.JT hvywigat corwn,
Marcel Cerdan was 32 when he
climbed the middleweight throne
nd Moore, who rules Durelle'g
division, set an all-time rcord. An Ancient
cient Ancient Archie claims he was 39 when
he took the light heavy tauble. Ac Actually
tually Actually he was 42 and will be 45
in December.
Anthony, 23,. is the, favorite to
knock Durelle into one of his lob lobster
ster lobster pots. Tony has scored 23 kno
outs in winning 30 if 39 bouts. A A-side
side A-side from one draw, his five losses
ajl were by knockouts.
Among other things, in this one
he can win the championship of
Durelle's fishing fleet. It means
real fight.

Detroit Tigers Turn To NL
In Search Of Infield Help

iy Lie) H. PITIRSIN shortstop for five years, but
LAKELAND. Fla. fUP to center this spring.

Detroit Tieers hav tnrnw iu! . ee1

was

National League in their starch
for infield help.
Johnny McHale, the energetic
young general manager of the Ti Tigers,
gers, Tigers, disclosed that he has hAn

talking with Brooklyn end at least

one other National League team.
"We need some infield reserv
help and I haven't been able to
make a deal in our own league.'
McHale said. "I'm going to talk
to the Red Sox again but the pros prospects
pects prospects of making a deal with them
are not too bright.
Doubtful, but Trying
"It's also doubtful whether we
wm be able to get the kind of a
man we want waived out of the
National League, but we are try trying."
ing." trying." Manager Jack Ttghe seconded
McHale's opinion that Detroit
needs a good utility infielder.

I'm all set, for starters, but if

one of my four regulars should be
injured for any length fo time, we
really would be hurting." Tiahe

said. He has Gail Harris, the form former
er former Giant, back of Ray Boone at
first, but nothing much to help

out Frank Boiling at second, Billy
Martin at short and Reno Bertoia
at third
"Of course, In an emergency I
could bring in Harvey Kuenn
and shift Martin to either second
or third.
Kuenn was the regular Detroit

He leeks real good out there
and he'll do the joh," Tighe said.
"He told me he hoped he would
sUy ifl the outfield and I told him
I d keep him there. But I know
Harvey would be glad to go back
to short on a temporary basis if
we needed him."
Right now, the leading infield
reserve caodidates are Steve Bor Bor-os,
os, Bor-os, who hit only .146 in 24 games
with the Tigers last year, and to toman
man toman Veal, who isn't even on the
Tigers roster. Veal played with
.Charleston last year.
"He's a real good gtove man
at short and could do the job in
the field," Tighe said, "but he'll
have to improve his hitting a whole
lot. If we can't make a deal, how however,
ever, however, we'll be forced to keep him."
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Tm PANAMA AMMICAN AN DAILY KWSPAM
yRJBAf MARCH 14, 11
C L A S S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
TH'S SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
Isl

Resorts

FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Reach House. Out milt past Hm
Cuius. Phone Balboa l6C.
PHILLIPS Oteeniide Cottage.
Santa Clara R. do Phont Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1671.
Houses
FOR KENT Chalet, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, garage. 1st Street
No. 10, Carraiquilla. Inf. Tel.
3-3749.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bed-room
room bed-room hout. garage, itrttt 61
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795,
$60.00.
FOR RENT Beautiful reii reii-dentt
dentt reii-dentt of thrtt bedroomi, maid's
room, thrtt bathroomi, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
open porch, terrace, garage, hot
water caltfaction, big patio, all
fenced, screened window! with
Venetian blinds. Fro ferable
American, family. If interested
Phono 2-3145 Panama.
Conejos take sVst Ploeo
By DAN Dlt LONDII
Half Standings
Too mi
Conejos
Pumas
Macaws
Palomas
Ocelots
Pericos
W LL
5 2
Hit Conejos took yesterday's
Same by downing the Ocelitt eight
to four. This win for the Conejos
puts them a half a game ahead
of the other two second place
teams.
The Conejos won the game in the
first inning by scoring five runs
on two hits, The Ocelots big in inning
ning inning was in the third when they
scored three runs on three hits.
flipper went all the way, lor
flu Chnminm and was the winntltS
pitcher. Although French was the
losing pitcher Be pitched a gooa
game but eouldn't get enough sup support
port support from the nit of his team.
Miller was the winning team's
big man as he collected three hits
for four times at bat. two singles
and a home run with a man on.
Morris and Ammarati of the Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots each had a perfect day as
they both got two for two.
The box score:
Conejos
Brandon
Rogers
Miller
Klipper
Stewart
Joyner
Lloyd
Hare
Linfors
Ocelots
Cook
Engelke
Ab R H
Ab R H
,if! to
French L
Ammarati
French, W
Albh-ation
K. Anderson
G. Anderson
Dehlinger
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1 1
SISTIR WILLID 4S CINTS
Mi,rnffnffTV SPntflanH March
si, (UP) Richard Mack left his
aister 45 cents pi nis ano.uw
a!. i ... h- in IF
laie Decauoe sue twuow --
eept his suggestion she give up
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moKing, nis win snuweu wuj
EMPLOYES SET STRIKE
ROME (UP) Employes of
Italian embassies and consulates
all over tht world will go on a
two-day strike March 21-22 to pro protest
test protest non-application of a law
granting mem aaoruonai dcucius
the Confederation of Italian Work
ers Syndicates said today.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
Tht District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
William E. Crothers, Plaintiff vs. Co Cork
rk Cork Marie Crothers, Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Cast No. 4646. ClvU. Civil Docket
21 Action for divorce.
To tht above-named defendant;
Tou are hereby required to appear
nd answer tht complaint fifed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
titer the first date of publication.
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judae. United States District
Court tor the District of the Canal Zone
this March S, 1958
. 1H III 11 St, tTI,
Clerk
(Seal)
By a Lais E. Harrison
ueputy Clerk
To Cora Marie Crothers:
Tht foregoing summons Is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court lor the District of the Canal Zone,
dated March 4. 1958, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
March 4, 1S58. n umi, win, i,., ilfi
C. T. McCormlrk. Jr.
Clerk
By Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just bu.lt
"ssllltJ forntshod apartment!. I.
2 hodrosn. hot. cold water
PhoiM Panama 1-494 1.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom a a-partmtntj,
partmtntj, a-partmtntj, unfurnished, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, largo dining and living
room, separata maid's room with
bath; hot water, and garogt. In
high, tool locality, all screened.
B ftPPftai Offloo hours 2-.
0321. After hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT Beautiful Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse at Campo Alegre, three
bedrooms, torraca, etc. For in information
formation information call Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista 48th St. 2
bedrooms, dining, drawing room.
Apply 47th Street No. 17, Tel.
3-1399, $65.00.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-mtnt,
mtnt, apart-mtnt, North American neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. Phonos 3-0471, 2-3343.
FOR RENT Apartment, un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Large living-dining
room, kitchen, 3 Bedrooms. Via
Porras No. 85.
FOR RENT Beautiful spa spacious
cious spacious modern 2 bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Ave. Peru
37-20.
FOR RENT Largo cool apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Thrtt large bod rooms,
oath has largo closets and bath.
Maid room with toiltt and lava lavatory
tory lavatory wash ibs. Also a two
room7 furnished apartment. $65.
Inquire janitor at 7-7 132 4th
July Ave. Phone Hopkins Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $55.00 military inspected
Via Porras No. 99, Tel. 3-2068.
Pacific Softball
League
Second Half Stadings
Teams W L Pet
Abernathy Unisport 3 0 1.000
Cervecena Nacional 2 1 .667
Ft. Clayton 1 1 .500
Bokel 1 2 .33-
Hq. Co. 1st. B. G 0 3 .000
Bokel Enters Win Column
The first half underdogs, -Bokel,
got an early win in the rieid sec
ond half race by clubbing Ft
Kobbe Hq. Cx. 1st. Battle Group
i -to-3 on ruesaay witn Bowman
hurling. Chambers started for the
losers and was relieved by Aulet
ti in the fourth.
Hq. Co. 1st. Battle Group jump jumped
ed jumped Off to a two-run lead in th
tniro Dut were overtaken by the
Bouei boys in the lower half of
the third with four runs, scoring
On tWO doubles anrl a hnmor hv
Niccisher. Five consecutive hits
aOCOUnterl fnr the runs Turn
more in the fourth arid sixth as
sured the winners of the encoun
(Bowman contributed to the win
with a double and tripe in three
trips along with Nickisher. Pro Pro-haskia,
haskia, Pro-haskia, with two in three for the
Regulars also led the hitting de department.
partment. department. The box score:
Kobbe
Dreher
Grill
Garcia
Hardesty
Campbell
Prohaskia
Owens
Eigenher
McAlvain
Chambers
Tullier
Auletti
Bokel
Lombana
Nickisher
Gayer
Nesbitt
Cody
Simons
Durrett
Young
Bowman

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3 10
3 0 1
3 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 2
3 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
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1 1 0
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4.1 1
3 12
3 0 1
110
3 0 0
4 1 1
2 10
2 1 1
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he Bella Vlrtj Theatre a COION: rentre! Avenue l?.Jta ( Tel 431

Automobiles j
FOR SALE 49 DtSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$35.0 or btst offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine. Call
Fanamo 3-7882.
FOR SALE 1952 Bulcfc Spe Special,
cial, Special, two-door Riviera. Excellent
throughout. $750.00. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 2544 or see car at 88-B
Coco Solito.
FOR SALE 1954 Chev. 4
door sedan. $800.00. May bo
seen at Qtrs 1A, Ft. Clayton,
Phono 87-4140.
FOR SALE Ford, 1955 Coun Country
try Country sedan. Air conditioned,
Fordomatic, sunvisor, tinted
glass, radio, boater, only 15,000
miles. E x c o Merit condition,
$1975.00. Quarters 56. Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. As tquipped this car de delivered
livered delivered at $3835.00. Oct. 1955.
Call Donald T Jones, box 353,
Albroek AFB, C.Z.
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet.
Very good condition, now tiros,
no rust spots, $650.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3580. Leaving for State.
FOR. SALE 1951 Bulck 4-dr.
Oina-Flo, Radio,, Tinted Glass,
Good Condition. $475.00 Phono
84-3184.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford Cus Customize
tomize Customize 4-Dr. sedan, automatic
radio, VVSW tiros, now uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, Tu Tone. We take trade
int. Autos Eisenman, S.A. Tals.
2-2616, 2-4966.
Bargain, take advantage of op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. Wagon "Chevrolet"
Brook wood 1958 8-door 9 pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, used one wtek, $750. $750.-00
00 $750.-00 loss tban cost. W accept car
in exchange, also financed. In
front Coca Cola giant, phones
2-2616, 2-4966, Autos tisan-
ii cm
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama N. York
Colon
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous,
ses, ingrown tot nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"'
Products
J. Aibsemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co',
for rates and information
Tel. Panimr4-0552
1
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Aw.,SUlfbl 10 nnee that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on tout
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
representing
Government Employees Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE KOW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4984 3-4BS5
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1861
MAKES COURTESY CALL
TAIPEI, Firmosa, Mirch 14
(UP) Newly appointed U.S.
Ambassador Everett F. Drum-
right today paid a courtesy call
nationalist Chinese fremier o.
K. Yui. It was their first meeting
since Drumright arrived here,
early this month to assume hist
post.

- 4th of Jnl in a J n enna

Home Articler
FOR SALE Mahogany Living
Room Set. Sofa with 2 chain.
Tel. 3-6790.
FOR SALE Westinghouse
Laundry mat. RCA 21" console
television, Capehart Hi Fi with1
built in tape recorder. Albrook
86-4289.
FOR SALE Laundromat West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse automatic, model 58.
Price $375.00. Call at Mr.
Rudesheim 2-2451 or 2562.
FOR SALE Mahogany cabinet
for radio, $20.00. Modern ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bureau, $20,00. One pair
spun aluminum floor lamps, glass
shades, $35.00. Two aluminum
ventian blinds, 4 ft. wldt, $4.00
each. 582-A'San uan Place.
Phone 2-1393.
FOR SALE Dining Room
Set. Wardrobe, Baby Carriage,
Baby High Chair. Via Porras
No. 60.
Atlantic
Softball Loop
Tigers Club Wins First Half Plav
Standings W L
Tigers Club o
Elks Club 1542 I S
Chevrolet o s
With the first half coming to a
close this week, the Atlantic Soft Softball
ball Softball League will have a revision
in its schedule.
The second half play will bo a
series Of carries between th first
half champions, Tigers Club, and
me commnea teams of Elks Club
Chevrolet teams. 'This will be
a good series to watch since the
combined team of Elks-Chevrolet
can not match the superior pity
of the Tigers Chib.
Revised schedule is as follows:
March 17 Tigers Club vi Elks-
PhovHiUi r
Mach tW fcWg-dnevrelet e
tigers uiud
March 24 Tigers Club va Elks-
Vnevroiei
March 27 Elks-Chevrolet ts
Tigers uiun
March 31 Tigers Club y Elks
Chevrolet
April 3 Elks-Chevrolet vi Ti
sers Club.
All games will be played at

Bill Gibson Top Star
In School Track Meet

The 1958 Intershcolastic Meet is
in the books and the thin clad
athletes can now turn their atten attention
tion attention to the Balboa Relays which
will be held this Friday and Sa Saturday
turday Saturday at Balboa Stadium.
Balboa High was the top team
in this annual affair, taking 30
places out of a possible 50. but it
was Bill Gibson of Cristobal to
took the greatest share of the glory
with his three first places, one of
which went ior a new record.
Gibson's first victory came In
the high hurdless when he was
pushed all' the way, hurdle for hur
die, by BHS's Carl Toothman to
16.0 time.
Next the lanky Tiger star turned
his talents to the discus, where
on his very first toss to let one
go that didn't come to earth until
it had Sailed 151 ft. 7 1-2 in. This
not only bettered his own Inter-
scholastic record, but also the Can
al Zone record, and the league
meet record.
Not content with this, Gibson
then jumped 21 ft. 1 1-2 in in the
broad jump for this third blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. He was far and away the
outstanding athlete in the meet.
Junior College's one man track
team, Charlie Morris, took his spe speciality,
ciality, speciality, the shot put, with a good
heave of 51 ft. 5 1-4 in., and got
a second in the discus.
There were two upsets in the
track events and Charlie Detort
of the Tigers figured in both of
them. First ne Upset the dope by
winning the 100, which was really
107 yards through official error,
from Johnny Morris of BHS.
,In the low hurdless, however,
the situation was reversed, for here
Carl Toothman, BHS track captain,
hit the tape inches in front of De De-tore,
tore, De-tore, who was considered the best
low timber topped in local shool shool-bqy
bqy shool-bqy track.
Toothman's time of 21.7 was good
enough to prove that his win was
no fluke.
From the closeness of the com competition,
petition, competition, the 440 and 880 were the
top races. With the favorite, Hugh
Tompkins out of the quarter for
the year due to an illness, it was
anybody's race until the final 80
yards. Here Al Nahmad, BHS ve veteran
teran veteran quartermiler, made his bid
and whipped past Tommy McKe McKe-own
own McKe-own and Carl New hard to bit
the tape in 55.8
In the 880 it was touch and go
from wire to wire with Gary Irv Irving,
ing, Irving, Dick Scott, and Ralph Blevins
fighting tor the lead with every
stride. Blevins made his bidt oo
soon and it wasn't until Irving be began
gan began to pour on .the coal 110 yards
from home that a winner looked

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 15 Sea babe, 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balboa.
FOR SALE 4 Vert, blinds
13) 83x70 in. (1) 83x56 in.
One dress No. 20. Also house household
hold household ftems. Call 4:30 to 7:00
p.m. Balboa 2-3305. House
5412 Diablo. i
FOR SALE Fisher upright pi piano.
ano. piano. $150. Call Balboa 2-6353
for appointment.
FOR SALE One electric, stove.
60 cycles, commercial type.
$350.00. Call 3-1039.
FOR SALE A toe brand new
Philco Ah Conditioner. Alio wlH
trade 8 m.m. movie projector
for 35 m.m, slide projector. Call
3-7755.
FOR SALE 10 ton capacity
garage jacks $75.00. Generator,
HQ volts 3 kilowatts 50 or 60
cycles. Tal. 2-3268. Ferrettria
Sun, Ave. Balboa. Same building
at SICAP.
FOR SALE "Swedish Birch"
table and chairs $125. Horse
$35. Miscellaneous. 2308 B
Balboa 2-3715.
FOR SALE Moncayo an!
Ecuadorian paintings. 2 single
bed springs $10.00 each. 1947
Dodge sedan $150.00. Tel. 2 2-1275.
1275. 2-1275. 6333A Lot Rios.
FOR SALE Portable Radio
$15, Golf Cart $10, loaded
Movie Screen $10, Electrolux
Vacuum Cleaner $25. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3 1959.
FOR SALE Complete dicta dictaphone
phone dictaphone set consisting of 3 dicta dictators,
tors, dictators, electric typo, 1 transcriber
and cylinder shaver. Quantity of
cylinder rides included. Tel. Ft.
Amador 5219, Complete price
$275.00.
DISCOVIRS OIL FORMATION.
CHICAGO, March 14 (UP)
. n:i -- : ..ui- ...Uk
STure wi vo. ui utuuiowuy Wim
Signal Oil and Gas, Standard Oil
of Ohio and Hancock on has dis
covered a new oil bearing forma
tion in the fourth well being
drilled by the company in Lake
MaracaiDO, Venezuela. i
Margarita Elementary School soft-
oau field, ana the games will start
at 4:45 p.m.
in. Scott was astroncr second ahnut
8 yards back. Irving't time was
a fine 2:12.2.
With the Tigers Irl Sanders laid
up wun tne nu Dug, Abel Lagassie
made a runaway of the mile and
turned in nis nest time of the year,
4:56. Tht Bulldogs toodk both re relays
lays relays without opposition.
Toothman waa the only nerann
other than Gibson to take two
firsts. In addition to his low hurdle
win, he took the high jump with
a fine jump of 5 ft. t in., about
2 inches better than he has ever
done before.
Both high schools appear to be
in top snape tor tne fteiays and
with the exDeeted return nf tfu
halt and the lame to full time du
ty, both will be out to pusn the
favored Albrook Flyers to the hilt
on the evenings of March 21-22 at
Balboa Stadium.
The resutls:
Shot Put: 1. Morris (JC), 2.
Womble (B), 3. Snodgrass (B), 4.
Boyett (B). Distance: 51 ft. 5 1-4
in.
High Hurdles: 1. Gibson (C), 2.
Toothman (B), 3. HalvOsa (B), 4.
Pajak (B). Time: 18.0,
100: i. Detore (C), 2. Morris
(B), 3. Rathgeber (B)g4. Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey (C). Time:11.0 (actual distance
run was 107 yards thru official
error).
High Jump: 1. Toothman tB),
2. Leves (B) and Adams (B) tied,
4. Phbon (C). Height: s ft. 8 in.
Mile: 1. Lagassie (B), 2- Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo (C), 3 Feeney (B), 4. Sterling
(C). Time: 4:56..0
440: 1. Nahmad (B), 2. Newhard
(C), 3. McKeown (B), 4.- Sassa
(C) Time: 55.8.
440 Relav 1 Ralhn C.T Kuara
Stewart, Engeike, Gorham). Time
180 L. H 1. Toothman (B). 2.
Detore (C). 3. Barbara (B). 4
Humphrey (C) Time: 21.7.
wu: i. irving V), i. scott tu,
3. Brackins (C), 4. Blevins (B).
Time: 2:12.2.
'Discus: 1 Gibson (C), 2. Morris
(JC), 3. Bailey (C), 4. Byett (B),
Distance: 151 ft. 7 1-2 in. (new
Interscholastic, Canal Zone, and
Meet record).
220: 1. Sharp (B), 2. Bailey (C),
3. McKeown (B), 4. Woodruff (C).
Time: 24.5.
Medley Relay: Balboa (Morris,
Rathgeber, Sharp, Barbara) Time
1:44.6. I
Broad Jumo: 1. Gibson (C). 2.
Detore (C), 3. Toussieh (B), 4.
Pajak (B). Distance: 21 ft. 1 1-2
in.
Pole Vault: 1. Halovsa (B), 2.
Corrigan (B), 3. Brown (B), 4,
Richardson (B). Height: U ft.

PABMACI

Real Estate
St. Petersburg, Florida. Ditch
Diggtrs Headquarters! Wo sell
good value. Attractive homes at
reasonable prices. Abo can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good ren rentals.
tals. rentals. Sea TROY HAYES, co
White Robinson Realty, Inc.,
Realtors at 121 9th Street
North, Telephone 7-0344.
FOR SALE Give-away price.
Residence at Santa Clara with
accommodations for 13 people.
Throe thousand maters of land,
cultivated with garden and fruit
trees. Artesian welt. Telephone
3-0019.
J
FOR SALE Chalet, tile floor,
living, dining rooms, two- bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garage, sanitarv services,
water, electric light. 1000 mo motors
tors motors at 80 maters near road,
mortgage with Banco' Nacional,
situated in new Arraijan. Mod Mod-orate
orate Mod-orate price. Sao Luis Sanches,
Banco Nacional branch.
FOR SALE Three adioining
lots, Calle El Condor in Las
Cumbres, can be seen anytime,
4100 meters at 1.60. 2700 me meters
ters meters at .65 and 3200 maters at
.85. Write Boa 4)31, Panama.
FOR SAt.E Farm 43 acres
fenced, clear title, running wa wafer,
fer, wafer, 6 miles from Chorrera.
Phono Cqrundu 13-2281.
FOR SALE Beautiful farm,
two houses, modem comfort,
nice climate, eight hectares,
fenced around, pasture for cows.
Ask for American of the green
pickup. Road to Caliada Large,
Chilmre. Phone 2263, Curundu
during working hours.
FOR SALE Throe houses, 9th
Street, Puoblo Nuavo. Living-dining-room,
kitchen, bath, 2
bedrooms,, porch, garage, front
and rear garden, masonry con construction,
struction, construction, tile floors, "Alumalifc
roof. $6,400.00; $6,300.00 and
$6,200.00. Make your of for on
Initial Payment, Call 3-7820.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of the Canal Zone, :
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
L. Lux, deceased. Notice to Creditors
P rotate No. 9474.
LEGAL NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given that the
Public Administrator of the Canal Zone
is the administrator of the estate of
Samuel L. Lux, deceased, and that ell
persons having claims against the said
decedent are required to file them with
the necessary vouchers In the office of
th Clerk of the Unjted States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
at Ancon, Canal Zone, or to exhibit
therrt jgjth the necessary votfbhert at
me onree or tne FUDIIC Administrator
Room 87. Civil Affairs Building. An
con, Canal Zone, not later than Jan
1J 1AM
Claims not so presented by sail date
win he Darren.
jambs Marshall
Public Administrator.
swia
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CRISTOBAL T:N
George Montgomery
"LAST OF THE B ADMEN"
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DIABLO HTS 7:00
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Fr ankle Lynion
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STORM CENTER
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Joel McCrea
Barbara Hale
"THE OKLAHOMAN"
GATUN 7!M
Robert Walker
Joan Collins
"STOPOVER TOKYO''
MARGARITA 4:15 A 8:0S
Rod Steiger
"BUN OF THE ARROW I
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Social. Sporting
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of th Paelfir Commi!sarv Socia'
and Snortinc Cluh will tke
May 30, and the site will be Peno Peno-nome.
nome. Peno-nome. The club's anhivWry will take
nlarri nn imit On aj
tipn of sortie kihd will take'lace
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is this Pangolin, or scaly arrteater, a native of Formosa. This
specimen is almost three feet long and it's body is covered with
horny scales. The anteater travels only at night on. short
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8:00 Steve Allen
9:00 Tic Tac Dough
9:30 Mike Wallace
10:00 Wrestling
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Yanks l-b Record

GOP's Big Tax Cut May
Stimulate Simulation

WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP) A mjor tax cut
it being mapped by the Administration, it was teamed
today.
The proposal would put millions of dollars in the
hands of consumers and business firms in hopes of end ending
ing ending the recession. Only the exact details of the bill and
the time fhe Administration expects to file it were not
divulged.
At the same time A"FL-CIO leaders prepared to hand
President Eisenhower facts and figures to back up their
claim the business downdrift will get worse and a tax

reduction Is needed
now.
,1
The AFL-CIO memo will tell

the resident unemployment wm.ranKs tnis month.

stay the same or rise from the 16
year high of 5,200,000 it reached
in February. Laborl economists be believe
lieve believe privately another 200,000 per-
Memorial Service
For Mrs. Denning
Monday Afternoon
Memorial services for Mrs.
Charles 0. Denning, of Balboa,
who died yesterday morning at
Gorgas Hospital, will be held at
4:30 p.m. Monday at St. Luke's
Episcopal Cathedral in Anccon.
The services will be conducted
by the Vary Rev. M. J. Peterson,
Dean of the Cathedral.
The family has requested that
. l L I f.i an A C
no iiowers De sen
ntrihnt instead to the Cancer
Fund.
Mrs. Denning, the former .Miss
m, oienn Fields, lived most of
her early life in the Canal Zone.
After her marriagt she lived for
-.onv vears in Texas and return-
.j ih. isthmus last vear to
make her home with her brother
John B. Fields, who lS employed
in the Community Services Divts Divts-sion.
sion. Divts-sion.
Okinawan Woman
Reportedly Seen
With American Baby
NAHA, Okinawa, March 14
(UP) An Okinawan woman car carrying
rying carrying an American baby was re reported
ported reported seen today in a yi'lage near
the home from which the 6-weeks
old son of a U.S. Air Force civil civilian
ian civilian employe disappeared.
American and Okinawan police
immediately investigated the re report
port report but could not find such a
Authorities leaned, to the theory
that a' childless and deranged
woman had kidnaped baby Brady
D Hitt. son of Terrence D. Hitt,
28, of Plymouth, Mich. Hitt savd
the child disappeared from his
crib in the Hitt home between 7:45
and 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The father made a dramatic
televised nlea for the safe return
of the baby last night. He hopeful hopefully
ly hopefully included the infant's formula.
He said he hoped the balmy 70
degree weather on the Pacific is
land would helo the babv survive.
The child's distraught mother,
Mfldelvn, 26, remained at home
w'th ail older daughter, Terrilyn 3.
Hilt increased his reward offor
from $500 to $1,000 for the safe
return of his son. although Ihere
has been no indication the baby
ws kidnaped for ransom. The
17th communications sousdron, 'or
wb. Hitt worked, added another
$5f0.
LITTLE i,IX 1
j About the only known way to
oppeor young is to grow old
gracefully.
eathcr Or Not
This weather report for the 34
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prenared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 93 83
tow 75 80
HUMIDITY:
Hirt 91 86
Low 55 81
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-22 N-17
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 83,
SATURDAY, MARCH 15
High
11:88 nJU.
Low
8:01 a.m.
:34 p.m.

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sons will be added to the jobles
Highly-placed informants said
the Administration is considering
a tax measure which would pump
large sums into the coffer of busi
nesschiefly smaller firms to
let them stock their shelves, ex expand
pand expand their plants and get the e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy rolling.
"A tax cut that would just put a
couple of bucks in the consumer's
pocket would not be enough," one
informant said. 1
Hie indicated the proposed cut
would be somewhat similar to the
Administration backed 1954 tax
cut which gave major benefits
to business firms and stockhold
ers but also boosted deductions
for medical expenses, retired
workers and farmers.
Indonesia Charges
'US-Made1 Arms
Dropped To Rebels
SINGAPORE, Maich 14 (Uf'l -Indonesian
Premier D j u a n d a
charged formally today that "A-
merican-made" arms were air airdropped
dropped airdropped to rebels in Pakanbaru
ji'st tefore loyal paratroops attack'
ed the central Indonesian town
Wednesday.
Djuanda told Indonesian news newsmen
men newsmen in Jakarta he could not con confirm
firm confirm local press reports that the
plane which dropped bazookas,
machine euns and small arms lo
the insurgents bore Australian Air
Force markings.
Australian officials in Jakarta
said the report is completely un untrue."
true." untrue." There was no Indication as to
the source of the a"ms. Off eials
in Jakarta refused to say wheth whether
er whether Indonesia intends to protest to
the United States.
"Wait and see," was all a
try would sav
rry wouia say.
Previous Jakarta statements had
announced the capture of Pakin
baru. Indonesian Army headquar headquarters
ters headquarters said today loyal troops also
are in control of Dumal, the U.
S.-owned Caltex Company's oil ter
mlnal on Sumatra's east coast.
Mohammed Of Iran
Divorces Queen
'With Her Consent'
TEHRAN. Iran, March 14 (UP)
The Royal Palace announced to today
day today that Shah Mohammed Reza
Pahlvi has divorced Queen Sora
ya, who has borne him no chil children
dren children m seven years of marriage,
with her consent.
"The Queen. . forgetting her
personal feelings as opposed to
the nation's good, has made the
decision for, a sparation (Iranian
for divorce)," the palace an announcement
nouncement announcement said.
Court circles said the dissolution
of the Shah's second- marriaee
pro'ably will not affect his Dlans
for an eight-week tour of the U-
nited States, th Pacific and the
Far East, starting May 19. They
said he will think over the ques question
tion question of a new Queen during the
trip.
Today's communique read al almost
most almost exactly the same as the one
issued 10 years ago, when Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed divorced Egyptian exj
Princess Fawzia, sister of ousted
ex-King Farouk. She had borne
him one child, a daughter, who
under Iranian law could not inher inherit
it inherit the throne.
Likt any other Moslem, Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed can get rid of ah un unwanted
wanted unwanted wife merely by saying
three times, "I divorce you." The
statement that Soraya decide on
a separation was regarded merely
as a courtesy.
Foreign Aiders
WASHINGTON. March U (IIP
Foreign aid chiefs conceded to
day mey once sent an electronic
microscope to a recipient who had
no electricitv to run it Thev anlv
ed the problem by building a
power plant to furnish the cur current.
rent. current. However, the officials tnW Cm.
gress they did not use taxpayer;
dollar to:
Conduct a Kinsev-tvDe survev
of sex habits in India.
Build roads in Iran to no
where.

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DISCUSS UNEMPLOYMENT A sign reading "How about our right to work?" Is prominent prominent-iy
iy prominent-iy displayed as hundreds of people gather in tha Bushnell Memorial in Hartford, Conn., 'to
discuss the unemployment situation. The meeting, called by labor leaders, was in connection
with the legislature's public hearing on unemployment.

Army Missile
Third Explorer
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.,
March 14 (UP) With the navi;
Vanguard out of action, attention
swung today to the other missiles
at Cape Canaveral: an intercon intercontinental
tinental intercontinental atlas and an Army rocket
that may be part of a new Jupiter
C satellite launcher.
The army missile, which look looked
ed looked irom a distance like the red red-stone
stone red-stone that forms the main stage
of the Jupiter C, was hoisted in into
to into a service tower yesertday.
Bu it probably will be at least
another week or two before the
army gets rqady to launch a third
Explorer satellite and try to re
coup from the failure to out Ex
plorer 11 into orbit on March 5.
The Atlas now in the ojrvice
tower has not been static-;ired,
but it is expected to be launched
before the army rocket perhaps
some time next week. Six of the
intercontinental giants have been
launched so far.
The last two Atlases flew well
Pair Of Swindles
At $2 Each Jail
'Son' For 35 Days
A new twist to the old swindle
fame was uncovered by the Bal-
oos detectives when they picked
up a Panamanian who passed
himself off as the wrong man's
son.
The case Carrera,
27 fjrst came to poliCfi &m,lon
T? aL1 TPa comi)1,amed
that the defendant had falsely re
presented himself as the -so l of
cne of them, and managed to getl
sz from two different men on t,o
occasions.
Balbca Magistrate John E. Dem Dem-ing,
ing, Dem-ing, after hearing testimony from
several witnesses, found Cai'rera
guilty on two counts of "obatain "obatain-ing
ing "obatain-ing money under false pretenses,"
and sentenced4 him to spend a to total
tal total of 35 days in jail.
The first case developed some sometime
time sometime in October when Carrera ap approached
proached approached a bus driver Ernesti. J.
Vorgara at the Tivoli bus termi terminal
nal terminal and told him that he wa s des desperately
perately desperately in need of $2. Carrera
pretended to be the son of Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Perdomo, another bus driv driver
er driver who happened to be out on a
trip.
Vergara "lent" the defendant
$2 on his promise that the alleg
eo father would pay him back.
The second occasion occurred on
Monday, when Carrera worked the
same trick on anotner driver. An Andres
dres Andres Grajales. This time, he told
the man that he worked for a
tailor, Julio Suarez, and that ha
had to collect 12 for driver's uni
forms from Sfallles. Again he
promised that Ms 'father' Perdo Perdomo.
mo. Perdomo. would return the money The
man. asked Carrera to sign a re receipt
ceipt receipt f6r the $2 which he did.
Suarefe, was one of the Witness
es called into court this morning.
He' testified that the defendant
had never, worked for him, and
was not now employed by him.
, iaii,
FUJI ORDERS FURNACE
SHELBYVILLE, Ind., March U
(UP) Fuji Iron a Steel Co.,
Tokyo, has ordered an annealing
furnace capable of producing
enough tin plate to lay a five-foot
wide band around the earth each
year from General Electric' co.'s
industrial heating, department
here.

Deny Surveying Sex In India, Posies In LA

T-Provide Cambodia with col collapsible
lapsible collapsible toothpaste tubes.
Build a village in Italy in
which no one wanted to live.
The officials also said there was
good reason for some of the oth other
er other things they did and for which
they've been criticized.
For instance they:
Built bathrooms on small lots
in Manila, hoping local citizens
would build houses around them.
The plan Bidh't Catch on but tthe
Philippine government later made
good' use' of the plumbing. It built

Hoisted Into Setvice Tower,
Attempt To Be Made Soon

for about two minutes but veered
high in the sky after their engines
had cut off, and broke into pieces.
Engineers of the Convair lirii,
which builds the air force mis missile,
sile, missile, hope they have the prcolein
licked and that the next Alias will
not be aimed the full 5,500 miles
of its range limit for some time.

Minitrack Stations Report Daily
To US On Progress Of Explorer T

White the U.S. Army's satellite
"Explorer" orbits our world, Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard Minitrack stations through throughout
out throughout Squth America and the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean are beaming daily to the U.
S. information received from the
first U.S. "moon.".
The Inter American Geodetic
Survey (IAGS) last year was as assigned
signed assigned as its role in ,Project Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard the task of providing an o-
perating agency for participation
of U.S. Army Caribbean in the
construction of these Minitrack
sites and their current operation.
IAGS was also given the re
sponsibility for the accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment of thia program, including
the rendering" of administrative lo logistical
gistical logistical and support through agen agencies
cies agencies of the U.S. Army.
To accomplish this mission, a
separate organization within
IAGS, the Vanguard liaison office,
was established to utilize all a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable IAGS facilities wherever
one of the organization's projects
is located.
Minitrack Stations In South A A-merles
merles A-merles are located at Antofa Antofa-gasti,
gasti, Antofa-gasti, Chile; Quito, Bcuaderj
Dull, Low-Paid Job
Best For Una Life
British Poll Finds
LONDON, March 14 (UP) A
dull job at lo'w pay provide the
formula for a long life in Britain,
a government survey indicated
today.
A renort of the registrar gen-
eral, who records tne nauon s vi-
tal statistics, Indicated the price
of success came high. It found
that:
Doctors and highly paid en entertainers
tertainers entertainers had a high suicide
rate.
Bookies met more untimely
deaths than sales clerks.
Bartenders lived longer than
bar-owners.
Journalists had a high death
rate from heart trouble and were
more likely to cbmmit suicide
than lower-paid persons with more
hundrum jobs.
Civil servants had a high
coronary rate, but teachers had a
very low death rate.
Dr. Arnold Brown, chief medi medical
cal medical officer of the British County
of Cheshire, said the high death
rate among success "ul persons re resulted
sulted resulted from "the physical stress,
the' mental wear and tear, the
neceslty to make decisions.
"No amount of comfort can
make up for the worry. The big
car, the nice house and the hap happy
py happy family are all very well. But
they do not .bring any peace of
mind, or health, to the man who
is forever being plagued to make
high policy decisions," he said.
the houses itself for minimum rent
occupancy.
--Made a survey of the repro
duction of a Latin-American flow
er "whh could reasonably be
mistaken as ornamental" because
it also if useful as a hemp and
burlap substitute.
The denials explanations and
rebuttals were contained In a re report
port report answering a list of 85 ques questions
tions questions and criticisms of the foreign
aid program. The list was drawn
up by the House Foreign Affairs
Committee and submitted to the

Annoying Sfenge

The .Vanguard, which failed three
times m six days to iet off the
ground with a 6.4-inch satellite in
its nose, was partly disassembled
in its service tower. The rocketi
was besieged with. "multiple troub-'
les, tnat probably will keep it
grounded until next week, if not
longer.
Santiago, Chile) and Lima, Pe Peru.
ru. Peru. Other sites in the western
hemisphere art in Havana, Cu Cuba;
ba; Cuba; Fort Stewart, Oa.; Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C; San Diego, Cal Calif.,
if., Calif., and the Island of Antigua
in the Carribbean.
Construction oiE the fives sites
in Cuba and South America, un
der the supervision of Lt. Col. Les
lie M. Gross, the Canal Zone re
presentative of the Jacksonville,
Fla., district engineer, was com
pleted in July 1957.
Today, high frequency radio e-
quipment and teletype machines
in these stations are trnasmitting
the data in coded form to the
communications relay center at
Quarry Heights, which is automa
tically relaying the information to
the Army Communications Center
in Washington, D. C. From that
point, the data goes to the Naval
Research Laboratory in Washing
ton and finally to the Project
Vanguard computation center for
final analysis.
The Quarry Heights center was
also constructed last year follow following
ing following the beginning of the Intrma-
tonal Geophyscal (Year (IGY)on
July 1. IGY will continue through
December 1958.
The installation of the electronic
equipment for the Canal Zone re relay
lay relay center was completed by personnel-
of the U.S. Army Signal
Service.
Information on Explorer's skin
arid internal temperature, micro micro-meteroritt
meteroritt micro-meteroritt impact, cosmic V r a y
count, rate and densty of meteor
dust in space and the abrasive ef
fect of this dust passes through
the relay center.
Each Minitrack station is operat operated
ed operated by a group of approximately
20 U.S. technicians from the Ar Army
my Army Map Service and the Naval
Research Laboratory. Tbey are
being assisted by Interested indivi individuals
duals individuals from the IGY committee
of each country where a station
is located.
Red Lapp Expelled
By Commies; He
Became Rotcrian
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Marcn
14 (UP) The Communist' party
has expelled its Lapland leader,
Atne Ylipaa because he loined a
Rotary club, it was reporter to
day.
Ylipsa is a building contractor.
I!e recently joined the interna tio ri
al service club whose membership
includes tnousands of other busi
nessmen.
The Stockholm newspaper Alton
biadet said he received his Com
munist walking papers at a local
party meeting in Lapland durng
which he was charged with fail failing
ing failing to toe the party line.
International Cooperation Admin Administration
istration Administration ICA, which handles the
aid program.
In its reply, the agency acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged it sent two electronic mi microscopes
croscopes microscopes to the Philippines and
that use of one at the Universi University
ty University of the Philippines at Los Ba Ba-nos
nos Ba-nos was delayed because !sf a
lack' of power.
When the anticipated power
source failed to deliver, the fCA
said the United. States helped the
university build its own general
ing plant.

Eisenhower, Macmillan Will Huddle
To Plan Summit Conference Strategy

LOVnnN Mar,.h ia d'P)
will lav down the West's noint
thev meet in Washinrtnn June

A inint announcement thstt MABSSSSSSSBSSSSSfl

ond time this year to go to the
Mnrmillan and fnrrivn
President and secretary of state
. j -. .
But the U.S. attitude has
between No. 19 Downing Street
w
the meeting, which was billed
night.

Conservatives Take Another Beating
In British Parliamentary Election

LONDON, March 14 (UP)- Op-
positiqn Laborites, jubilant over
their second special election victo-
ry in a montn, said ioaay me
Conservative government should
"get out."
The Laberitts' most ricmt
victory, in an tlection called
in a Glasgow district to fill a
Parliamentary stat vacated by
death, increased tht three- the
number of sfats the opposition
has captured from the oovarn oovarn-ment
ment oovarn-ment in 34 special elections
since 1955.
r
Preventive Shots
For Cancer Soon.
Says. Specialist
Dr George Pack, one of the
world's outstanding cancer special specialists,
ists, specialists, lectured on cancer Thursday
night at me university ui
mo Auditorium. He will speak a
eain at 8 P.m. at Santo Tomas
llncnilnl.
rr Pack reviewed the progress
that has been made in the man management
agement management of cancer, and was op-
u: ,(ii, flint an ear-
umisuc hi mo uunw -ly
solution would be found to cert cert-nroblems.
nroblems. cert-nroblems. His most stimulating point was
his opinion that effective antibo antibodies
dies antibodies may soon be developed to
prevent many forms of cancer. He
said that the injection of human
cancer cells into laboratory ani animals
mals animals has recently been shown to
prodoce antibodies in the animals
blood. When these antibodies have
been injected Into human cancer
cells of the same type they have
destroyed the cancer cells in the
area of injection. If this promising
lead develops as he expects, it
mav nnt he Ions before we will
have "shots" to prevent certain
forms of cancer.
' The nroeram. which was spons
ored by the Panama University
Medical School, was open to the
general public and was well at
tended Dy zonians aa weu a& um
versity students.
Paris Cops March On
Assembly, Demand
'Danger Money'
PARIS, March 14 (UP Prem Premier
ier Premier Felix Gaillard today called his
Cabinet into an emergency meet meeting
ing meeting to decide what to do about po police
lice police who marched on the National
Assembly demanding danger mon mon-ev.
ev. mon-ev. Some 7,000 of Paris' finest, wear wearing
ing wearing plain clothes but blowing lusti lusti-w
w lusti-w nn their nolice whistles, sur
rounded their headquarters build building
ing building yesterday demanding an "au "audience"
dience" "audience" wili Commissioner Andre
Lahillonne.
They said they wanted a $17.40
monthly bonus for the risk they
face from Algerian gunmen bent
on pressuring France into grant granting
ing granting Algeria independence.
Whtn the commissioner refused
to discuss it, 2,000 o the gendarm gendarmes
es gendarmes headed through pouring rain to
the doors of the greek-perticoed
national assembly.
A hastily;summened contingent
of 50 members of the Federal Re Re-nnhiiran
nnhiiran Re-nnhiiran Guard armed with sub
machine guns clanged the build
ing s huge iron gates snut ano de defied
fied defied the irate cops' bid to get in.
Some demonstrators climbed fhe
railings and shook their fists at
the building.
US Hopes To Build
Faster, Bigger
Ocean Liner
NEW ORLEANS, La. (UP)-
The government hopes to develop
an ocean liner which would cross
the Atlantic carrying more than
300 passengers at speeds of more
than 100 knots.
The government also is working
on plans for a nuclear.-driven cargo-carrying
submarine w h i.c h
would be ab'e to move beneath
the surface of the sea at speeds
ranging from 40 to 60 knots.
The two projects were outlined
by E. Robert Seaver, general
counsel for the Federal Maritime
Board and Maritime Administra Administration,
tion, Administration, in an address before the
propeller club Wednesday.
Seaver envisioned development
of a prototype of the fast ocean
liner in about 10 years.

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United States alss
litattd
crrretarv Sflwtn I )...
- j uJVTir c Riiuwii
John Foster Dulles to meet

ime Minister

been softened by a flood of lettes, cables and telephone calls i
and the White House over tht past few weekL,

r fcv nuMu me rrrmicr ana rresiQrnt I mail y agreed n
as "business talH between friends" tn an annnn...f I LH

.- -....vu..tVnn,iiV ucic inat
,i

o
In the Scottish balloting, Labor Labor-ite
ite Labor-ite Mary McAlister polled 10,210
votes to 8850 for Mrs. Walter El Elliot,
liot, Elliot, widow of the deceased Con
servative M.P.; 1622 for Independ
ent Liberal David Murray and
587 for Independent Laborite Wil
ham Park.
The government has suffered
a body blow," Mrs. McAlister
said at a victory meeting. "If
they have any decency, they will
get out. j
"The result is a glorious one
and cannot be interpreted as any
thing but a serious mater for the
government."
Laborite leader Hugh Gaitskell
said the result proves that "the
government has lost the confi
dence of the country."
Although there has been no
indication that Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan intends to
call a general electon before
hh has to win 1960, he might
have to unless his subordinates
can control Conservative anbsen anbsen-teeism
teeism anbsen-teeism in parliament.
The government, which normal
ly can count on a majority of a
bout 50, was deieated 158-155 in
a vote on a minor issue late
Wednesday night because a num
ber of Conservatives had left the
House.
Conducted Tours
41 Summit Garden
Skip Tomorrow
The conducted tours through
Sumit Park, scheduled for Satur
day mornings during the dry sea
son, will not be held this Satur Saturday
day Saturday because of Armed Forces
Day, it has been announced by
the Canal's Grounds Maintenance
Branch.
. A popular outing for hoth local
residtnts and Isthmian vtsitors,
the tours started early in Janua January
ry January and will continue on all other
Saturday mornings for the remain
ed of the dry season.
t lowering trees, shrubs, rare
tropical plants and even alligators
are some of the interesting sights
to be seen in the Canal Zones
beautiful public park which was
formerly a botanical experiment
garden.
Recently, several new tropica)
walks have been build through
the garden and a number of rare
and colorful plants have been
added to the land scaping. This
month the lily pond is in ful M
bllom and several hew orchids
can be seen in the Orchid house.
Walter Lindsay, Panama Canal
Agronomist and authority on
tropical horticulture, takes the vis
itors on the two -hour walk
through the gardens and not only
identifies the plants and trees but
gives their history, and Origin.
ine summit Garden has a
small zoo and aviary where vis visitors
itors visitors may set a number of small
tropical animals and birds. The
park alligators, which now in
clude a passel of youngsters, live
in the lily pond and may be seen
by visitors on occasion.
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WIUMai
DOLORES ABTH
MICHAELS OCONNELL
MtOOUCID t iHrtfO a. It til
DAVID W9SBHRT HENRY LEVIN WINSTON MILLER

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story on page 12

I Macmillan and President Eisenhower
an East-West summit conference when
today. s.r ...
election -conscious Britain far thr m.

that the summit talks will not
. .'
the Russians at a heads-of-rov-
Li I nr mnra iniwni thin
I A spokesman at Wo. 19 Bows Bowsing
ing Bowsing Street sought to emphasize
that Maemillan's trip to the
nniie riousa was incidental to a
long-standing invitation for him to
receive ah honorary degree at De-1
pauw University, Greencastle, In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. The university asked him last
July to visit Depauw where his
maternal grandfather, Kentuckian
Dr. Joshua T. Belles, was the
first medical, graduate.
The University's commencement
exercises at which Macmillan wiU
speak and get an honorary de?
gree are scheduled for Jutfc 8. He
plans to meet the President June
9 and 10.
Sources Close tn the R r i t i k
government indicated that as a
result of Maemillan's trip the
summit meeting would be .planned
in three stages;
These sources said there first
would be a foreign ministers con
ference in Geneva from late A A-pril
pril A-pril until early May to work, out
an agenda and fix the time and
place, whtch the Russians have
said could be Washington.
Seminar Directors
Arrive Tomorrow
For Orientation
The Top Management Seminar!
directors will arrive in PanSma
tomorrow to receive orientation
about Panama's industrial and
commercial development before
beginning their work it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
The erouo will visit the ton
industrial and commericial orga-
nizatipns in order to receive a first
hand account of their activitiei,
and to interchange ideas with
their managers.
The seminar will begin March
24 to 28 at Hotel El Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton and will be attended by 80
Panamanian businessmen. This
seminar is being sponsored by the
Industrial Development Center of
Panama's Institute for Economic
Development, and co-sponsored
by the University of Panama, the
Society of Engineers and Archi Architects,
tects, Architects, the Chamber of Commerce,
the National Association of Sales
Executives, and Panama's Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Guild.
, i 1 i
Tunis President
Gives Anglo-US
Peace Team Week
TUNIS, March 14 (UP) The
Analo-Americah trouble shooting
team of Harold Beeley and Rob
ert Murphy worked against time
toftav to nrevent Tunisia deserting
tf& West and aligning itself with
the Communist blotf
Murphy, deputy assistant U. ,S.
SJfersecretary of State, and Brit Brit-islf
islf Brit-islf Foreign Office official Beeley
were given one week by Tunisian
president Habib Bourgiba yestef yestef-dav
dav yestef-dav to prevent the defection.
A-. .ili- 1 LI.. l
rsuurguiDa saia in ms weeniy ra radio
dio radio address to the Tunisian na
tion that the, United States afld
Britain have until March 20 "to
prevent eye from turnins; toward
the Communist mock or otner
countries."
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