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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1938

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10,000 At Ft Davis

Ernestifo Uses Shove

At Loading Of Manganese

Marking the first exportation of
manganese ore from Panama,
President Ernesto de la Guardia,
Jr., yesterday swung a man-size
shovelfull of the black mineral
into a loading bucket. The buck bucket
et bucket was then hoisted aboard t h e
Danish freighter London.
On Cristobal Pier 16 for the
ceremony performed by the Pres President
ident President were mosfof the members
of his Cabinet, Go'on Gov. Jose
M. Gonzalez, the Colon Mayor J.
M. Vives, and other Panamanian
officials.
Also present as hosts for the
small reception which then fol followed
lowed followed aboard the London were
Richard Vosburgh, general man manager
ager manager of Exploraciones Rosario S.

a., wnicn is in cnarge o: the o-

perations, and R. W. Owen of Fer-

nie and Company, agents for the

ship,
No representative of the 0:fice
Of the Canal Zone Governor at attended.
tended. attended. Early this afternoon the London
was in process of being cleared
for, Mobile, Alabama. From there,

the manganese wi;T be shipped to

Birmingham, Alabama, lor use in
making steel.
Unseasonable rains at the open open-pit
pit open-pit mine in wooded country eist

of Colon slowed shipments at mid

week, necessitating a day's delay

in getting the ore aboard.

The Rosario- (irm is working

the mine under a concession

from an American concern the
Hyatt-Panama Mining Co., which
bought the property outright 36
years ago. The deed was signed
by the late President Belisario Po-

rras on Jan. 22, 1922.

Last week a claim was filprf in

Colon alleging that the Rosario

concern was digging ore from
adjoining properties.

THE X-17 EXPERIMENTAL MISSILE arrived today at Albfook AFB at 7 a.m for display during Armed Forces Day. The
missile, a three-stage ICBM, is designed to solve the re-entry problem of surface friction. This and many other military
exhibits were viewed by the thousands of spectators. (USAF Photo)

Maybe

No I

Something Smells Fishy, But There s...

dinted Meat In Commies,

Balboa

Hei

Anno

unces

"No tainted meat is being solj at the Can.ii Zone commissaries," a Balboa Heights source
said today wWi asked to check on reports to ,Ms effect.
It was added that the reports probably aro e am the fact that approximately one quar quarter
ter quarter of beef and beef products stored in the c hi!l box of Balboa Commissary were found to to-he
he to-he giving off "a jsHght antiseptic odor."
Severa) families renorted they rjed to eat meat which tasted peculiar. One housewife
said she at first thought some chemieal had fallen on her meat while she was taking it home.

In connection with the matter, (been made in all other retail out-

, Another, thought sohaething had
grilled in her refrigerator until
she tried to use another piece of
meat which had gone straight into
her home freezer.
Both of these women reeeiv
d refunds for ttolr meat, as
did several other customers
who returned the meat, or de described
scribed described their plight promptly.

VN Commander Sees
Ks Immediate Red
Threat !o-.c, Iwea

HONG KONG, March 15 (UP)
mQi. Oeorss H. Decker, Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief of United Na Nations
tions Nations Command in Korea, said
yesterday he did not think Com Communist
munist Communist forces would attack South
Korea again in tl-s immediate fu

ture.

Gen. Decker, aciomnamed by
Mrs. Decker, flew into Honj
Kong aboard an Air Transport
aircraft.
He told newsmen that he was
in Hong Kom "bec?u?e I've loard
so much talk about this fabulous
place."
At a planeside press confer conference,
ence, conference, Gen. Decker said that the
schedule! wtbdrawl of Chinese
Commuaist forces from North

Korea Was "hs'aM because as

early as in 1950 the United Na Nations
tions Nations had called for such a with withdrawal.
drawal. withdrawal. The four star General added,
however, that he would not know
whether the Red Chinese pull-out
ha1 anything to do with the U.N.
call.
"In any case," Decker deelar
d "the Chinese are only with

drawing into Manchuria where
they cap regroup and cross into
North Korea again within the
shortest period of time if they so
desire." .u i
The UN Commander" said that
4ko T?prT Chinese military pull-out

from North Korea "has indicated i

to me that the Reds don't want
to do anything militarily agamst
'pout Korea in the immediate future."

iBalboa Heights stated:

"A representative of the
Zone Health Bureau was

in immediately and examination
revealed that other than the odor,
the meat was in good condition
and tat every respect edible.
"The meat 1 had assimilated
the odor from th ecleansing a a-gent
gent a-gent which had been used to
clean the meat cutting machi machinery
nery machinery immeidately prior to cut cutting
ting cutting and packaging the meat
involved.
"Only a small amount of the
meat had found its way to the
retail sales counters. This was

removed from sale as soon as

the "ic"tion w? .reported and

the box holding the meat was

steam cleaned.

lets-to assure that a similar con-

Canal ,dition does not exist elsehwere.'

called

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE POSSIBILITY of the Na

tWbsl Patriotic Coalitria (CPN)
and the opposition Libera P"ty
launching a single candidate in

the I960 elections was aired to

day by the tabloid daily La Ho-

ra.
Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd

was menuonea as me possioie
candidate' who would have the

backing of both parties, because

he has the support to at least two
factions in the CPN and is relat related
ed related by blood to influential mem members
bers members in the Liberal Party.

At the same time, the newspa-

Panel Of Consultants

Arriving To Study
PanCanal Problems

A full program of conferences
and field trips has been arranged

for the panel of consultants who
will arrive here-Monday to spend

nve days in the Canal Zone study

mg Panama canal transit fact

tics snd ether phases pf Jthe C

capseitjr prtWem.

The tentaawe schedule prepared
for the visitJn the Canal Zone in includes
cludes includes a low level flight over the
Canal, a tour of all important Can Canal
al Canal installations, inspection of Con Contractors
tractors Contractors Hit and the locks over overhaul
haul overhaul worKf and conferences with
the Governor and other Canal of officials
ficials officials on the various Canal im improvement
provement improvement programs in relation to
traffic growth and the growth in
the size of ships.
Members of the group expect

ed here Monday are Francis S.

Officials Convinced

Bourguiba's Report
Mo !J!!!nwm To 0!

WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
U.S. officials today were convinc convinced
ed convinced Tunisia has no intention of
breaking its pro-Western ties de despite
spite despite President Habib Bourguiba's
reported "ultimatum" to the Unit United
ed United States.
Bourguiba In his weekly renort

to the Tunisian oeonle Thursday

cauea on

Thunderbirds Beat

Rain; Crowds
Stream to Albrook

Though reining themselves back below the speed of
sound, the Thunderbirds managed to weave through their
routine and hightail it out of Ft. Davis just before Colon's
dry season rain doused the Ft. Davis Armed Forces display
this morning.

About 10,000 Atlantic Siders, from both the Zone
and Panama, were on hand to watch these world-class
flyers.
Though their Pacific Side show was not scheduled

till 3 p.m., thousands were" streaming into Albrook from
early this morr.ing.
At Ft. Davis the Thunderbirds were obliged by low

ciouas ro resrnu rneir act to what they call a "flat type"
performance, below 3000 ft. Good weather at Albrook
gave promise for them to be able to give Pacific Siders
the full treatment at this afternoon's show.

But there will still be no piercing of the sound bar barrier.
rier. barrier. Seems the local military budget does not provide for
mending every window which has been cracked or broken
on the Isthmus since the last sonic boom here.

oeiween tne iwwvnatwns. He ap ili. 11 C

peared t6 be giving the United I MI f VlX V U! X

states only a week to make up
its mind.

Another

srf the Ft. Ds-

EeI "firr "uTr PrW, engineering executive. from

t lllll UL LitC Ul XI ID LIUVITWH "w

Young Plane Crash

Victims Remain On
Seriously III List

Gorgat Hospital reported todoy
that Douglas Schmidt and Rich Richard
ard Richard Gau, two young Zonians who
received third degree burns in a

light plane crash at Santa Clara,

are still on the seriously ui list.
Schmidt, however, is described as
"a little better."
Another accident victim. 7-year-old
Mario Rangel of Panama,

who w?s hurt in. a bus crash, is;
also still on the seriously ill list..

support behind Minister of Govt,
and Justice Max Heurtenvatte and
Dr. Carlos E. Mehdoza, manager
of the Lottery Office.

A thanksgiving mass will be
sponsored tomorrow morning in
the San Miguel Church in hon
or of President and Mrs. de Is
Guardia by the recent fire vie
timt new living at Santa Crus
in emergency housing.
The mass is KheWd for 10
a.m. with Archbishop Francis
Beckmann present.

since But his condition is good.

Name Makes News

. SEOUL, Korea (UP) A U.S.
Armv officer assigned-to 'the Ko

rea Military Advisory Group here
lias b-vsn t-kins a lot of Kidding
tivce th? big push on missile tn
3fcra?s began. He is Maj. Thor
firing.

"A thorough check has

Philadelphia; Dr. S. C. Hollister,

dean of engineering at Cornell U-

niversity; E. Sydney Randolph, in

dustrial engineer from Baton

Rouge, La.; Hartley Row,. vice
president of United Fruit; and
John E. Slater, consulting engi

neer from New York City. Lt. Gen.
Leslie R. Groves, the sixth mem

ber of the panel, will not come to
the Isthmus at this time. The
group will be acepmoanied, how however,
ever, however, by Bernard J. Zincke, coun

sel of the House Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee.

The members of the panel were

appointed last November oy Ke
oresentative Herbert C. iBonner

chairman of the Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee which
handles Canal legislative matters
in the House of Representatives.

iBut informed sources here saidj
the United States received assur-!

ances Tunisia did not intend the
Bourguiba remarks as an untima untima-tum.
tum. untima-tum. As a result, the United
States remained convinced Tunisia
has no intention of cutting its ties
with the West.
American officials were nonethe

less gloomy about U.S.-British ef efforts
forts efforts to find a compromise solu

tion to the Franco-Tunisian dis dispute.
pute. dispute. Tpey refused to discuss de details
tails details of behind-the-scenes efforts
of Deputy Undersecretary of State
Robert Murphy to find a com compromise;,
promise;, compromise;, solution. But they made
it clear ,he had not worked out an
acceptable formula yet.
4
Practical Cupid
CHICAGO (UP) Peter Don Don-breneo
breneo Don-breneo takes a thorough practi practical
cal practical approach to playing Cupid.
Donbreneos, a head waiter, con

firming .'that he was sending $5, $5,-000
000 $5,-000 to he offered as a dowry for

cond

Beautiful Queer

TEHRAN. Wan, March 15 (UP)
Iran'aris today mourned the div divorce
orce divorce of their second beautiful
aueen who was unable to give Shall
Mohammed Reza Pahlevi a son
and heir to his throne.
The 39-yearold monarch stayed

in near seclusion in his richly-ap

pointed nalace, where photographs

and portraits of 25-year-old Queen

Soraya were removed before he

announced the end of his mar
riage yesterday. The Shah's eld
ers, or advisers, meanwhile wond

ered with the rest of the Iranian
neonle about his ouest for his next

bride, whom he hopes will bear
him a son.
Some sources believed the Shah
might hint at his plans in a speech
scheduled for next Thursday. He
traditionally makes a formal ad address
dress address to his neople on March 20.
the Iranian New Year's Eve.
But it was certain he would mar mar-rv
rv mar-rv aeain. He had a daughter by

his first wife, Egyptian Princess

which

were demonstrate j

simulated atomic bomb whfch
madfi 8kS "rTbomfe?
oTsfriongrUnOVerthedcm-
Other activities in the live show
were a, parade which officially not-
J e, of, acUvtes and dent dent-onstra
onstra dent-onstra ted the slogan of "Power for
Pead with its massed formation
of troops, and the Cristobal High
School Drill team which demon demon-strated
strated demon-strated precision close order drill.
In the static display area the
visiting crowds were allowed not
only to get close looks at every
piece of, military equipment from

coraoat ooots to helicopters and
tanks, but also to handle the equip equipment
ment equipment and ask any questions which
might come to mind about U. S.

fighting forces and their

ment.

his nrnhanori mere in fireere. ex- Fawzia. and divorced her Wlien

plained, "The more money offered she failed to produce a son. Soraya

the better the husband." 'nan no cnuoren

equip

An open house at Battery IB of
the 764th AAA Battalion gave spec spectators
tators spectators a glimpse of the way U.S.
forces liye and operate during
peace time. Battery B is on 24
hour-a-day alert to defend the Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama Canal from surprise attack.

FAMED MEXICAN COMEDIAN Cantinflas turns bullfighter
for his Fanama appearances, tonight at 8:"0 and tomorrow
at 4 SO n.m. at La Macarena Bull Ring. The veh-known
actor of "Around the World In 80 Days" fame will demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate his comic skill and dexterity with a young bull.

Minister of Govt.m and Justice

Max heurtemaite has ordereu the
release of ail minors arrested

this week and behing held for

hearings Monday in Juvenile

Court.

The order was issued in an

swer to a request trom the Pana Panama
ma Panama Students Federation, but is
limited only those whose parents
show up to claim them.

Embargo On Military
Use Of Outer Space

Agreeable To Russia
MOSCOW, March 15 (UP)-The
Soviet Union said today it would
agree to a ban on the use of out outer
er outer space for military purposes if
the western powers would disman dismantle
tle dismantle their military bases in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, the near, and Middle East
and Africa.
It also proposed a broad agree
ment linkine disarmament in

these fields wfth wide-scale inter

national cooperation for study and
exploration of outers pace.
The nroDosals were made in a

$l,500-word statement released by

the foreign mmistry.
i The soviet nrnnnsed an agree'

ment which would Include the fol following:
lowing: following: Outer spate would be prohi

bited for military use and govern

ments would agree to launch

rockots into" ovter srjace only m

accordance with an international

program.

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EARLY ARRIVALS at Albrook Air Force Base today are shown viewing one of the many military activities offered I to the
public. The exhibit is one of the ISth Naval displays showing the handling of cargo aboard ship. The small fry at
watching the model actually Duttteg on and taking off its cargo. (Official UbAF Photo)

4



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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exprcued in letters from reaeen.
THE MAIL BOX

DOLLARS AND

Sir:
Manv of our critics overseas accuse Ameiicans of being
mon?yad to toe extent of valuing dollars beyond all else up
to d including human life... other people's s jmywa I
havealways maintained that this is not so, but lately many
things haw made me see why we would give that impression
Onefnftance that springs to mind is the fact that right
bere we have an airfield and a High School next door to one
another. Everybody agrees that this is a poor
the jet-buzzing that occurred yesterday brought tola problem
gharply into focus again. .
What is preventing us from building a new school some somewhere
where somewhere else? Everyone agrees that we need schools throughout
the Zone, but nothing is done. Why? Because it will cost money
What are we doing with the mOney the Panama Canal
makes. Can't we spend it on our schools? Or shall we wait
until a tragedy takes place and a plane goes through the high
chool roof? .
If that happens we will all send flowers and weep a few
tears for the young lives lost, but will those people who scream screamed
ed screamed at the thought of spending the precious dollars care? I doubt
It They think our children should take a calculate. 1 risk with
their lives so that they can get an education.
Shame.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
fir:
Looks like I am going to lose contact with Panama as my
! old friends are dropping faster all the time.
I Thanks to Sr. Arango I am up to date so far. I was flood"
ed with Panama Americans until last week, then a sudden let
tip, ind my old friend Maas (retired Canal employe living in
I Ban Antonio) left me stripped. He gave me a long call Satur Satur-l
l Satur-l day, and took the last copy.
" After a blind rids of two hours, around town, I came back
t ind found that Mrs. Maclan Benagh (Cappy) was m town. But
have been unable to contact her. Would sure like to see Cap
I t former Isthmian again Saw where she was in Corpus Christi
j a few years ago, but missed her.

more fresh snow falling today.
I think my eyes are improving and may be able to do bet better
ter better soon. Or is it imagination? Let's hope I'll have the luck to
follow in my grandmother's footsteps.
The groundhog is stili in his hole and we are likely to have
a freeze to kill the fruit. We have had a few real ho; days.
I Before the weekend, I want to find someone who can let
me know what's going on down there. j
Time that somebody strikes oil down in Chiriqul. It's there.
C- C. McDermond told me they lost fhelr bit in oil-prod vcing
and at around 3800 and were told not to fish.

I Next power will be uranium,

er wiu pe uranium, and don't depend on Texas
for owaiupply is too limited.

for all of It, for on:
effort wi
holds out. ffhere
pent, Just get the money

THOSE THUNDERBIRDS

Sir:
I hope the stories of Danic in

Jets went over are exaggerated. I don't like to think that Canal
Zone kids fall such easy prey to hysteria. Granted that the
planes' arrival may have been sudden and surprising, I have al always
ways always believed our kids to be too hardy aibraed to react to sur surprises
prises surprises in so craven a way as the stories would indicate.
My own idea is that the kids, though some perhaps were
startled, kept a good grip on themselves and proceeded to enjoy
a stirring demonstration of American air power. It's the Moms
who panicked, by remote control hours later when their kids
told the tale.
I've never yet heard a story which- didn't become twice as:
horrifying or three times as scandalous in the course of being
passed round by Canal Zone Moms.
Military Father

T.V. PROGRAMS

Bir:

I've been here for a year now, and during that time I have
often heard CFH-TV advise viewers to consult the CFN-TV Guide
about programs. Nothing would please me so much as to have
this guide, but as I do not work for the Army I cannot get one.
It would be nice if CFN could send one to every Canal Zone box box-holder
holder box-holder each week.
Mrs. W.J.G.

WHO GETS
Sir:

I am proud nf the administration of the Panama Canal
Zone. True to its tradition of first things first, it is taking
care of its own comfort by alrconditloning the cool airy ad administration
ministration administration building, high on a hill, while the schools in the
valleys are left to tweltei to a sweat spot.
I see that this self indulgence will cost $942,307. Fire. When
that U finished, stert building more and more administration
buildings. You'll have to if you want to take care of tne feather
bedding that's going on in the present one.
When you sta-t these new buildings, it will De Interesting
to note if you intend to put any of them on the end of the
Al brook runway. I doubt it. You don't care about the children.
You don't care whether they learn anything. You don't care
if a plane comes through their windows, you don't care about
anything but your own precious skins.
Enjoy your comfort, it's later than you Ihlnk. There is no
future for people who care nothing about the future generation.
Live It Up.

Talking About Your Hobby
Doctors aay that an absorbing hobby is the best pre preventive
ventive preventive medicine for ulcers, hypertension and writing to
the Mailbox. To many people, construction of a lawn
and garden is the most fascinating hobby of all.
If Golf is your hobby, a private putting-green on your
own lawn will improve your game. The amateur photog photographer
rapher photographer finds in his flower garden the perfect setting for
color and black-and White. And if your hobby is the Na National
tional National Lottery, the Casino and the Races, Brother! you've
never seen a bigger gamble than starting a garden in
the tropica.
Much of the gamble can be taken out of your lawn
and garden by getting expert advice and assistance in
the elimination of tropical insects. "Pronto" Service, the
pest-control branch of the Agricultural Development Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, is waiting at telephone Panama 3-7977 and
Colon 1777 to help you enjoy your hobby. We would like
to hear from yen.

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DANGER
and don't depend on Texas
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Balboa High School when thosa
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Comment
By VICTOR RlfSIL
nLl? $r5 time m y
Operating Engineers Union will be
without a private Navy and Air
,Ce' These luxury craft la"0
and sea are up for aaie. The u-
nion S new nrpsirlont k,,cb., r
Delaney, is offering the $30,000
twin-motored Beechcraft, the $20
000 Chris Craft and the $35,000
Arco which sleeps eight to
possible buyers.
lhe craft are bargains. Delaney
Will have no diffipilltv OaHma mil
of them. He'll have more difficulty
i.Uuiag me union of other sym-
uuis ui me corruption which has
corroded this most Stratnoii uninn
for years.
Delaney, who took over after
the exunsurp nf th lUnPuii..
. - wit UlVViCUUl
Committee forced out tough, 77-year-old
dictator William Maloney,
ws neu clean up. Delanv says
he has a reform program and
that no one can stop it. No one
"owns" him, he adds, not even
powerful old Joe Fay who once
turned this union into an empire
as powerful nolilirallv
supreme indusjtrialy.
That makes fascinatine
sation. But what makes it a story
is Deaney's statement that he has
the full backing of AFL-CIO nr-
sident George Meany. Furthermore
says Delaney, Mr. Meany wiU put
himself on record on April 12.
That day, the Operating Engineers
will publicly dedicate their modern
Washington heariauartprs m a.
n.v. SDeakme as head nf A
labor movement, will stand up a-
longsioe Joe Delaney as the star
speaker knowing full well that
under the old regime this union
had a reputation as black as an
Al Capone scrap book.
This it the tamo Georgn Mea Meany
ny Meany who, like granite hawn out
Of the rock of New York wham
he and Joe Delaney ware -ised i
together, has stood up against
the toughest man inside labor.
And the toughest threats, too.
Maany isn't putting the crusada
in mothballs. And there's the dra drama.
ma. drama. George Maany is putting his
hand and label on Jco Qelaney's
shoulder.
What these old friends are say saying
ing saying to the public is that labor can
clean up the toughest of the' unions
exposed by the McClellan Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. The Senate probers don't think
they can. Much of the public does
n't believe this can be done. Inside
this union the reform groups sneer
at the effort. These forces point
out that only 46 per cent of the
!
members of this union have the
right tp, syate in jtbeir union's af-
Dp anpv xava ha know! what hp's
taking over. He points to the u u-nion's
nion's u-nion's palatial'; new headquarters
but a few miriutee walk from the
White House ill central Washing
ton, D. C.
we re going to put a union
in that building and I mean the
Operating Engineers," Delaney
said the other day. "We're issuing
financial statements. We're looking
for economists, statisticians, re
searchers specialists in each
of the divisions of the union. And
remember, this is important be because
cause because you can't start building much
whether it's a missile field or a
sky-scraper, in this country with without
out without our union people."
"We're going to list the salaries,
the expense accounts, and nothing
is going to be hidden... I know
what I'm stepping into. I'm goins
to keep some of the men the Sen
ate Committee has criticized. But
I say we're going to clean up this
union."
If Delaney makes good, this
will be the first union to be clean cleaned
ed cleaned vp after being exposed by
the McClellan Committee. None
of th; ethers have not the
Teamsters, not the Bikers, and
not the other smaller outfits.
To clean up the union, Delaney
must restore the rights of 101,000
members in the nonl. -voting
"branch locals and 51,000 mem members
bers members in 12 locals under "supervi "supervision."
sion." "supervision." Delaney says that by June
there will be only four "supervis "supervised"
ed" "supervised" locals left.
To clean up. Delaney neMs to
remove from membership in
this union hundreds of employers
who not only now have the right
to vote but also sit on many im
portant committees.
To clean up, Delaney needs to
restore membership rights to many
reform leaders who were beaten
and ousted by the old regime. De
laney say he will and is sitting
down with them as quicsiy as pos
sible.
Delanev says. "Put it all on re
cord and then watch and judge
me." Okay. It's now all on re
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Broadway Rockets
The theatre's nawast Cinderel Cinderella
la Cinderella is Betty Jane Watson, a last last-minute
minute last-minute replacement in the "An "Annie
nie "Annie Get Your Gun" revival, who
was adored by reviewers. Mer Merry
ry Merry gloss slippers and happy
pumpkin coachl ... "The Broth Brothers
ers Brothers Karamazov" has some gee gee-whiz
whiz gee-whiz dialog. For example, one
Russian wolf roars: "My ambi ambition
tion ambition is to have every woman.
My field of battle is the bed, and
eventually I will die there!" ...
The brushoff treatment of Dody
Goodman is unfunny, unfair and
un-Ughl She gave the show most
of its zing. For this dop't, at any
rata ... If you enjoy expert finger-jigging,
spin Teddy Wilson's'
disc of "I Gat Rhythm" ...Time
the scandal mag, reports: "Jean
Paul Getty, the richest Ameri American,
can, American, dyes his hair and had his
face lifted in a London clinic."
Mr? Presley had his sideburns
shortened an inch ariri it me h;
news in many papers ... Skitch
Hendersons real name, you may
be astounded to learn, is Lyle ...
Sophie Tucker, the Girl Scout, re rescued
scued rescued Jerry Lewis' tv show from
vuuipicic uiaaaici ... auuc L.ane is
a big-big movie star in Italy .
Playwright John Osborne
his war against London's critics.
wewsweeK records his latest blast
..'jeventy-bix Trombones," from
'The New Yorker mae's smmn.
inthenight: "Then onp iiav whpn
he came home cold sober, I dis
covered i was married to a louse."
Eighteen Of the 28 Wit thpairos
are controlled by the Shuberts. A
hal -dozen are operated by the
htevens-Dowling interests, inplripn.
ta'ly, the immense wealth of the
snuoert empire is the best re response
sponse response to the-theatre-is-dead cliche
... A platter beenmp a hit
it passes the half-million sales
marK . Leonard Bernstein isn't
satisfied to make music. Wants to
play the typewriter, too. Has book book-writing
writing book-writing ambitions.. .Colyumist John
Crosby reported: 'The grandfath
er oi an tnose surveys was Hood Hood-er,
er, Hood-er, who claimed that his rpcpnrnh-
ers, many of" them women inval
ids, maoe tnirteen phone calls in
thirteen minutes. Did you ever try
making thirteen cals in thirteen
minutesP"
Have a tlirnahnnt talp- MiHnn
Berle clicked as a serious actor.
And Sir Laurence Olivier Is doing
a miltonberle on the stage v i a
ine amertainer ...Jacquelyn Mr Mr-Keever,
Keever, Mr-Keever, who collected happy no notices
tices notices in "Oh, r.antainl" in..
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ECCSTRAORDINARY BABY SETTER-Louise, tne hen who went to the d motners A
pups Duke and Duchess in Bloomington, Ind. Mama, at left, is Princess, who flnds that a baby
setter is something to cackle about. The animals are the pets of 3-year-old Mark Anderson.

ly 2 years ago.. .Get Danny Kaye's
aibum "Mommy, Gimme a Drin Drin-ka
ka Drin-ka Water." Small lry will love t
... This gives you an idea of tee tee-vee's
vee's tee-vee's idea famine: One of the new
shows of.ers viewers an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity ot play bingo ... In "Time Re Remembered,"
membered," Remembered," Susan Strasberg litor litor-allye
allye litor-allye ats orchids ... The Music Hall
is a little world. Requires a staf
of 600 to run it ... In addition to
her more obvious assets, Sophia
Loren is an expert cook. (Wotta
dish) V

Sal Mineo began paying income
taxes at an eariy age. He p!ayed
the Crown Prince in "King and I"
during its long Broadway run ...
Then there's Augustine Rios, the
10-year-old delight in "Jamaica."
He, began working for a living 5
years ago ... The Big Eye's im impact:
pact: impact: After a single tv appearance,
Mary Martin received more mail
than during the entire run of
"South Pacific" ... Lowell Thomas
gets tbejfidgets when he iSn't bu busy.
sy. busy. He roams the globe, has been
on the air 29 years and has au authored
thored authored 45 books. Moral: Hard work'
not only pays lhe landlord but
prevents you from paying psychia psychiatrists
trists psychiatrists ... Novelist Francoise Sa Sa-gan's
gan's Sa-gan's observation: "To be a wri writer
ter writer is to have your own interior
life separate frin the 'real one.
And it is one in which you can
never cheaj, yourself." (Troo.)
The roller-coaster story of the
film industry: Movie attendance
averaged 90 million a veek dur during
ing during the 1945-47 peak. It has now
skidded to about 40 million. ..Bran ..Brando's
do's ..Brando's big yen: Hopes to become a
director ... Don't try to regale Ka Katie
tie Katie Hepburn with sinful sal'ies. She
contends that such humor baffles
her ... Kirk Douglas makes sense:
"The dnly real security for a mo movie
vie movie actor is in having a little tal talent
ent talent and a lot of luck." Talent is
the best luck ... Freedom-of-the-press:
The N.Y. Times recently
published 2 leters-to-the editor
panning drama critics. Hmf. No Nobody
body Nobody ever criticizes critics for
their praise.
The Tell lt-AII Age: In her au au-tobiog,
tobiog, au-tobiog, "First Person Plural,"
Dagmar Codowsky records her
romances with several married
celebs ...Warning: The network
are planning 11 new quiizip ...
Sponsor mag reports an odc'.ty:
Some of the new tv Westerns re refuse
fuse refuse to be labelad "Westerns"
... Shirley MacLaine, the eyeful eyeful-thiemful,
thiemful, eyeful-thiemful, is a do-it yourself er:
Builds table-), lamps and book book-eases
eases book-eases ... Anna Maqna ii doesn't
take reviews lightly. She con confesses:
fesses: confesses: "I go crazy worrvina

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New York
what the reviews wi'l be" ...The
nation will soon be r u I e d by
Queen Doll: The Census Bureau
discloses that there are now 4, 4,-400,000
400,000 4,-400,000 more women of voting
age in the United States than
there were at the time of the
1950 census. (Men, unitel)
Anne Bancroft won her star -making
role in "Two for the Sec Sec-saw"
saw" Sec-saw" with one audition ... Lotsa
toil and trouble go into the mak making
ing making of a half-hour film tv snow.
The Danny Thomas frolic, for ex
ample, has a staff of 129 ... Biz is
never bad for something good:
Cecil B. DeMille's report that his
"Ten Commandments" grossed 33
million in 18 months is slightly re remarkable.
markable. remarkable. "Gone With the Wind,"
the all-time champ, grossed $10
million ... Nat King Cole's accur accurate
ate accurate reporting: "In television at
the present time, entertainment is
not the essence. Quality is not the
thing. Everybody wants to know
how '-many -people iai;e looking?"
Ironically, nobody rea'ly knows
how many people are looking.
Many movie episodes are shot
twice. One is sexy, the other "vir "virginal."
ginal." "virginal." The former is for the Eu European
ropean European market ... Skewp: While
attending high school, Dinah Shore
was Miss Rahrahrah. A cheer
leader, if you require explanations
... The reason for Miss Monroe's
hip-swiveling Walk: She has
double-jointed knees, whatever that
is ... Katie Lee's "Spicy Songs for
Cool Knights" album is the Cool
est ... Suzy Parker's controversial
comment: mamageMs ior wom women.
en. women. I've never met a rea'ly mar married
ried married man" ... Marlene Dietrich is
at the Deauville (Miami Beach)
at a six iigure salary, plus 4 fidd fiddles
les fiddles to augment the orchestra and
3 swanky suites. (When theyiwant
you, they kiss your cheeks; when
they don't, they kick them.)
Shirley Temple has no worries
about droptions. She saved $3 mil million
lion million from her movie earnings ...
William Holden is one of the more
Wurable stars. He has enhanced
52 dickers ... Scandal note: Terry
wxuuic uau III 01 Utile WI1CH SIIC
was 16 ... If there is an emphatic emphatic-tit'e
tit'e emphatic-tit'e trophy, it should go to the
movie tagged: "Damn Citizen"
Teevee is an international mon
ster: Movie attendance in Britain
dropped 25 percent last year... The
Peter Lind Haves-Marv Hsalv ra.
dio show is jolly and tuneful. Their
basic nice-guyngal quality comes
across.. .Ben Hecht's recent Win Win-kelberg"
kelberg" Win-kelberg" drama has a quotable
quote: "Wars have been the same
since Nebuchadnezzar old men
are losing arguments and young
men are losing their lives.

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WASHINGTON It
tremely interesting U
happens to Sen. Clinton
drive to let distressed
get tax concessions sin
for the undistressed,
companies.
The' New Mexico Den
stlf an insurance man. has warn-
ea colleagues:
"We have been told in the nast
. i .
inai we cannot go at, tax revision
uu piecemeal oasis. y now the
hav.Tp''thU
have One Of th finpcl fohtuni
Washington, come along and want
- mi
..,.
piecemeal legislation' which Would
give them tax concessions of $124,-
uw.uw.
"The insurance bus ine s s is
booming. If they are going to get
piecemeal legislation, why not
some piecemeal legislation for the
auto industry, wbich is in t
slump? Why not remove the ex
cise taxes on cars? Henry Ford
says wis would help the industry
and I think he s right."
Anderson also proposes that if
the insurance companies are go
ing to get piecemeal tax relief,
there be piecemeal legislation grv
ing a personal tax exemption of
$650 to each family, plus removal
of the transportation tax, plus a
lowering of the rate on the first
$1000 of earned income to help
small taxpayers.
It will be interesting to see how
Senate leaders, who have been urg
ing measures to revive the econo
my, operate backstage for or a
gainst the big life insurance com
panis.
DECORATING BINGE ON GUAM
The ouster of Maj. Gen. John
"bidet" Ackerman, 13th Air Force
commander in the Philippines, for
his decorating binge, revealed on
ly part of our military decorating
in the Pacific.
The Navy has a case of its own
involving Adm. W. B. Amnton,
Commandant of the Marianas,
whose ambitious wife has kept the
island of Guam in a dizzy whirl
of decorating and gardening.
Every woman likes to "change
things around- when moving into
a new home. However, the changes
charming Mrs. Ammon has made
since she and the admiral took up
residence at "Flag Circle" on
Guam would make the average
taxpayer's wife, who is footing
the bill, green with envy.
One of her more famous projects
is facetiously known as "Opera "Operation
tion "Operation Jackhammer."
Mrs. Afflmbn, according to oth other
er other Guam residents, didn't like the
coconut palms planted by Adm.
Chester Nimitz on the driveway
in front of "Flag Circle." Appar-
ontlv thpv weren t. riicniHen a-

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With her husband's approval, thi CTO

trees were cut down and replaced
by royal palms which are taller,
statelier, and minus coconuts.
The whole iob feauired two
weeks of sweating toil by Navy
personnel ano cost tne taxpayers
around $1500. Since Guam is a cor
al island, ackhammers had to be
used to drill holes big enough to
accommodate the replanted trees.
The admiral's lady also has en engaged
gaged engaged in rather extensive interior
decorating. She has had her liv living
ing living room and sun-parlor furniture
done over at least three times at
an estimated $2000.
When Guam merchants couldn't
supply some of the reupholstery
material she wanted, she had the
material flown from a New York
department store. The bill came
to around $225,' plus $80 for air
express.
LAMPS FROM HONG KONG
Mrs. Ammon also wanted, some
ornate, oriental lamps, which were
not stocked by Guam merchants
or the naval exchange. She bought
them in Hong Kong. She also

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TEXAS R Aft R IT Like evervthine else in Texas.1 the snnw

sculptures are something extra. This giant rabbit is the work
of E. C. Woodruff, left, and R. D. Hildebrand, both of Midland,
Tex. Midland was hit by a heavy snowfall, but, as you can see
from these sport-shirted sculptors, it didn't last long.

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had the Navy put in an electric
drjer and dishwasher in her quart quart-It
It quart-It took six months for the gov government
ernment government to finish equipping' and
remodeling her quarters, at an es estimated
timated estimated cost of over $10,000.
Tm included an expensive Chi Chinese
nese Chinese lattice work partition be between
tween between the living and dining rooms.
The Amnions also went in for a
auawe gardening ana renovating
program arourtd the officpr.' p1.,iT
"dmiral's geet howe, and his'
inl..; i.t
f 7 ZTT?' -civ..
il rp. ntri iirniKnMip natnr net .1.
fan 10 over szu.ooo.
These improvements all became
property of the Navy and were
not in violation of regulations.
However, the decorating splurge
did not make for good morale a a-mong
mong a-mong other naval personnel on
Guam.
Before the Ammons moved in,
there were four gardeners serving
the homes of the, admiral and staff
officers on "Fag Circle." Two
would have been enough.
But Mrs. Ammon coaxed her
husband into increasing, the gar gardening
dening gardening crew to six. Total cost to
the taxpayers is about $18,000.
Navy friends say the vivacious
Mrs. Ammon can talk her husband
into compliance with most of her
desires, though she frequently us uses
es uses the, direct approach and givea
the orders .herself.
AVERELL LOOKS AHEAD
It's a long time between now
and the 1960 presidential conven convention,
tion, convention, but Governor Harriman of
New, York is already trying to
make a secret compact with Cali California
fornia California Democrats to control the
convention.
He has sent word to Pat Brown,
Democratic candidate, for govern,
or or California, and to Paul Zif Zif-fren,
fren, Zif-fren, Democratic committeeman in
Los Angeles, that, the two biggest
states in the Union, New York
and California, have enough dele delegates
gates delegates to dominate the convention
if they stick together.
Harriman did not ask the Call Call-fornians
fornians Call-fornians to support him for presi president.
dent. president. What he wanted was a pact
to guarantee a liberal Democra Democratic
tic Democratic platform on such problems as
schooT integration and labor. He
also wants to make sure that the
south does not pick the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic candidates.
This move is more important
than appears on the surface. It
means thst liberal Northern gov governors,
ernors, governors, including "Soapy" Wil Williams
liams Williams of Michigan, Bob Meyner of
New Jersey, plus Democratic lead leaders
ers leaders in Pennsylvania and Illinois,
can just about dominate the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic convention.
The fact that some of them are
rking at it thia,ea,rly.is, signrfi-
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IF your parents and your hus husbands'
bands' husbands' parents are all dinner
guests m your home, seat your
mother on your husband's right
-'"M Your father is on your left
and your husband's mother on
,,Uvir nusband's leit.
All you have to remember is
that the piece of honor is to the
right of the host or hostess, and
and that each of you gives t h
other's parent the place of honor.

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SURVIVAL CREW Armed Forces Day visitors at Albrook Air
utilized by United States Air Force crew members today. Basic
1 ing School of tha 5700th Operations Squadron, to all air crew
other U.S. Services, and in some cases air crews from strate
(above) from tha Survival Training School prepare an evening

"the USAF is confident that crew members will ge tne best
survive

Force Base will view many items of "Survival Equipment"
survival procedures are taught by the Albrook Survival Train Train-members
members Train-members on Albrook, personnel of Latin American countries,
gic and tactical commands in the United States. Students
from food found in the jungle. Through this type of training,

training possible, nd if an emergency should arise, they will

Northern Ireland

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
1 Northern
Ireland is
. of the
United
Kingdom
lit a
population
of 1,369,579
8 Its is
5,238 square
miles
12 Operatic solo
13 Period of
time
14 Approach
15 Lighting
device S
18 Decay
17Trial:
18 Hebrew
ascetic
20 Shield

bearings
21 Legal point
22 Three times
(cqm&form)
23 Atomic
26 Appearing
30 Lubricant
31 Health resort
32 Female rabbit
33 Individual
34 Paving
substance
35 Before

36 Sewing
. implements
39 Intends
41 Male sheep
42 Food fish
43 Leather
thong
4'8 Indolent
50 Group of
players
51 Golfer's term
53 Allowance
for waste
54 Pen name of
Charles Lamb

55 Exist
56 Within
(comb, form)
57 Small
children
58 Existed
59 College
official
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2 Brazilian
macaws
3 Edges
4 Small candles
5 Rabbits
6 Since
7 Harden,
as cement
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of its counties
9 Stagger
10 Comfort
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20 Mineral rock
22 Rip
23 Benefaction
24 Row
25 Toward the
sheltered side

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circuit
39 Witticism
40 Redacted
42 Apple centers
43 Let it stand

44 Tissue (anat.)

26 Health resorts 45 Incursion

27 Notion
28 Demigoddess
29 Driving
command
(pi)
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37 Stage plays

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measure (pi.)
48 Bristle
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Atlanta Board Asks Dismissal
Of School Desegregation Suit

ATLANTA (UP) r- The Atlanta
board of education has asked the

federal court to dismiss a school
d e s e g r e g a t i o n suit here on
grounds that p 1 a i n tiffs have
shown no evidence or racial dis-

crimination in the city's public
schools

The motion to dismiss the suit

by seven Negro parents oa beial
of minor school age children: was
one of many legal steps an the

efforts of Negroes to break down

Georgia segregation barriers.
No date was set for a decision
on the latest motion, nor has even
a tentative time been arranged
for an actual trial on the suit.
The school board proceeded on
the same legal course that was
responsible for throwing out of
federal court last year a suit by
Negro Horace Ward for admis admission
sion admission to the University of Georgia
law school. The maneuver was a
contention that the plaintiffs had
not "exhausted administrative
remedies" before coming into
court.
City Attorney Jack Savage
and Newell Edenfield and B. D.
(Buck) Murphy, special counsel
who also defended the state board

of regent in .-.the Ward case, filed

me uiuuun ior dismissal.
They contended that "no con controversy
troversy controversy of a justifiable nature"
now exjssis on the desegregation
matter at this time between the
Negroes and white people of the
eity.
The motion also set forth that
the plaintiffs had failed to seek
"administrative remedies" ih that
they had not sought a hearing be before
fore before the eity school board nor had
they taken any adverise action
from that board before the State,
Board of Education.
It was noted that the plaintiff:
had come into court with a so-

called "class suit," an all-inclusive
action whereas it was main maintained
tained maintained the matter should have
been on an "individual, personal"
basis.
"It does not appear that the
plaintiffs have been denied ad admission
mission admission to any school on account
of race or color," the dismissal
motion said. "The plaintiffs mere mere-'ly
'ly mere-'ly seek to enjoin the operation of
segregated schools and to have
the court rule that each minor
plaintiff is entitled to attend the
school ol his choice without show showing
ing showing that such (desire) has ever
been denied."
the desegregation suit was filed
Jan. 11 asking for a federal in injunction,
junction, injunction, against operation of seg segregated;
regated; segregated; schools in Atlanta.
The State has strict laws
against integrated schools, apply applying
ing applying to Atlanta as well as other
systems. All state money would
be wjttflrawn immediately upon
any Iferijj; of integration, the pub public
lic public school-system would be closed
and a private system would be
inaugurated.

Altamira Club
Plans Picnic
To San Carlos
Plans are at present being
made by the Chib Altamira for its
annual punic to be held at San
Carlos.
The picnic slated to come off on
Sunday, April 20, is a new ven venture
ture venture by the group.
The mavnr nf Son n.i u

, w..-, mu auua lias
assured the club of his complete

uu uurescrvea cooperation.

be had from anv mem her nf tha

a...M.SW. V. Ulb
club.

Teenage Hoodlums Beat,
Shoot Boy In Brooklyn

NEW YORK (UP) Teen-age
hoouiums Deai ami snot a 1-yeai-old
boy on a Brooklyn street
last night in what police believed
may have been a iresh ouioreak
ox juvenile gang vioince.
'me victim, iviaiiuei Aodriguez,
hit on tne nuau witn a gun and
snot in ine back, was taxen in
critical condition to Greenpoint
Hospital, wnere he told poUce ne
ma noi know way he was at attacked.
tacked. attacked. Kouriguez and a friend, William
Casiro, aiso 14, botn Puerto Hi Hi-cans,
cans, Hi-cans, were waking along Keap
Street in Brooklyn's Williamsburg
section when six teen-agers
stopped them, Castro said. One
pointed to 1 fioAfigue and Mid,'
That's him."
One Ox the six hit Rodriguez
with a pistol, which fired, the boy
said, and they started to run. One
of a larger group of boys who
had been watching trom across
the street iired at them and the
bullet hit Rodriguez in the back.
Police rounded up half a dozen
boys lor questioning but reported
little progress in uncovering the
reason for the attack. Their in investigation
vestigation investigation was complicated by
the claim of the youths that they
could not speak or understand
English.
Police were investigating the
possibility that the incident in involved
volved involved gang friction similar to
that in the Michael Farmer mur murder
der murder case.
Two of seven teen-agers
charged with first degree murder

in the slaying of the 15-year old

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The biography of Barney Ross,
boxing champion and war hero,
is among the books placed in cir circulation
culation circulation thisweek by the Canal
Zone Library.
This is the story of the man
behind the headlines who .ought
through all his ordeals, and who
mustered the courage to face gaint
odds. The book is written by Mar Martin
tin Martin Abramson, former newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman and radio writer and has an
introduction by Eddie Cantor.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
NON FICTION: The Fabric of
Memory, Belmont; Etiquette in
Business, Garney; Our astonishing
Atmosphere, Cook; Hold that Ti Tiger,
ger, Tiger, Dunton; The Man who Pre Presumed,
sumed, Presumed, Farwell; Memories of Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Vermont, Fisher; The
Stamp Collector's Handbook
Grossman; Platero and I, Jime Jimenez;
nez; Jimenez; Reflection on Hanging, Koes Koes-tler;
tler; Koes-tler; Russian Conversation and
Grammar, Lemieux; Kids Say the
Darndest Things!, Linkletter; An An-thology
thology An-thology of Best Short Stores,
1957, OberfisVNo Man Stands A A-lone,
lone, A-lone, Ross; The Western Hemis Hemisphere
phere Hemisphere Idea, Whitaker.
FICTION: The Green Helmet,
Cleary; The Silver Mountian, Cush
man; Shoot the Works, Dresser;
A Time of Fear, MacLeish; Onee
a Widow, Martin: The Incident,
Rivette; A Male Child, Scott; Pea Pea-C0S2L2S?
C0S2L2S? Pea-C0S2L2S? Avarice, Warren.
ADDED TO THi VlkTlCAL
FILE: Boom and Inflation Ahead,
Kiplinger; Let's Go Camping;
Let's Go Trailering; Trail-R Club
of America, 1957.

Farmer boy last July 30 testified
Wednesday at their trial that the

Egyptian Dragons gang to which
they had belonged met frequently
at a social club at a junior high
school where a woman teacher
"supervised" it.
Charles Horton, 18, one of two
Negro defendants, testified

that he came to New York from
Alabama. Describing his earlv

childhood, he said he began work working
ing working in cotton fields at the age of
7, picking cotton from 5 a.m. to
7 p.m. In the winter, he r.aid, he
cut wood, washed windows and

cared for lawns.
Supt. of Schools William Jansen
disclosed that 138 more boys and
girls have been suspended from
public schools in the crackdown
on delinquent or disruptive pupils.
The suspensions, during a two two-week
week two-week period ending, last Friday,
raised to more than 1,000 the
number of suspensions this year.
Jansen said 173 of these have
been assigned to special schools
for delinquents and 215 have re returned
turned returned to regular classes under
pledges of good behavior.

Through support of the CARE

Food Crusade as part of the Feder

al Service Joint Crusade, person personnel
nel personnel of all branches of the Federal
government and military instil

lations throughout the continental
United States and possessions will
again have an opportunity to aid

CARE m quick and decisive ac

tion in the case of natural and

man made disasters overseas.
The speed with which CARE
swings into action in case of di disaster
saster disaster was exempli ied when re

cent flashfloods of the Makton Riv

er in Korea destroyed the homes

of more than 75,000 people. Food

packages, blankets, shoes, under underwear
wear underwear and other textile packages,
tools and other supplies were im

mediately dispatched from the

stockpiles of the CARE Mission

in Korea to aid the most needy

among the families made home

less by the floods.

in similar decisive manner
CARE has brought aid from the
American people to the drought

stricken area of north central Cey

Ion and the Alto Piano region of
Peru, to the victims of the Cali
explosion in Colombia and Arab

refugees from Post Said, the Si Sinai
nai Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip.
When Hungarian refugees began

to flood across the borders into

was there as the first American

agency to greet mem with food,

blankets, warm clothing and other

supplies. A toal of $1,143,431 in aid

was distributed to needy Hunga

rians, much of it m the form of
CARE Food Crusade packages,

that went to individual families

or to refugee reception camps, or orphanages,
phanages, orphanages, schools and other ins

titutions.

Since 1945 CARE has distributed

more than 260 million dollars woth
of American aid on a person-to-

person basis to the needy through throughout
out throughout the free world.
One of the two programs served

by the current Federal Service
Joint Crusade, the CARE Food

Crusade is not only a major wea-

non in thYfieht against need and

disaster throughter tne tree woria,
but it also constitutes a major ef-

U. S. government, CARE, and the

American people as a whole.

The food contained in each 22

pound food package was put at

the disposal of CARE for overseas

relief purposes by the U.S. govern

meat. CARE in turn is asking the

American public and employes of

the Federal government m all the

branches, including the Military

Service, to join the crusade by
contributing $1 per package, to
help cover the cost of packaging

and distribution m each of the re
ciDient countries. Each food cru

sade package is identified as "a

gut from the American people.

Contributions from personnel in

toe Canal Zone may be made
through your Key Man for the Fe

deral Service Joint crusade.

fort in active cooperation by the March 13.

7 Army Officers
Get Promotions

Seven officers from U.S. Army
Caribbean were notified this meek

of their promotions
Effective Mareh 11, the USAR
CARlS Inspector General, Lt. Col

Hugh P. Osborne, was promoted
nt the rank of colonel and on the

same day Lt. Col. Francis C. Fitz-

patrick, who is with Military Mis Missions
sions Missions in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
also became colonel. Osborne's

basic branch is artillry and Fitz
Patrick is An armor officer.
Other promotedt o the ranks in
(Heated were: Mai. Samuel E.

AnrWsnn. Artillery. 764th AAA Bat

talion. Fort Davis; Capt. Charles
E. Williams, Quartermaster, U.S.
Army Technical Services P icifie,
Fort Clayton, both effective March

Major Jefferson B. 'Nauglt,
Corps of Engineers, Headquarters.
it s Force Antilles and Military

District of Puerto Rico; Capt. Mize
lohnsnn lnfntry. 1st Battle Group

20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe; ana

Capt. Fred L. Smitn, signal u. a.
Army Signal Communications Ser-

ice, Quarry tieignis; au euevuve

Ingrid's Attorneys.
Rossellini's Both
Search For Proof

ROME (UP) Attorneys for In In-grid
grid In-grid Bergman and Roberto Ros Ros-sellinj
sellinj Ros-sellinj sent urgent queries
throughout the world today for ev evidence
idence evidence to strengthen the grounds
for annulment of their eight-year-old
marriage.
The search for evidence became
necessary Wedriesday when a
Rome civil court postponed for
the third time a hearing on Ros Rossellini's
sellini's Rossellini's suit pending receipt of
pertinent documents from Stock Stockholm,
holm, Stockholm, Mexico and elsewhere.
Rossellini, 51, filed the suit
against the mother of his three
children in December on the
grounds Ingrid's divorce from Dr.
Peter Lindstrom was not recog recognized
nized recognized in Sweden. She is not con contesting
testing contesting the suit, brought because
divorce is illegal in Italy.
The actress and movie director
acquired a legal separation last
November. But Rossellini is re reported
ported reported anxious to marry Indian
Sonali das Gupta and Ingrid is re reported
ported reported anxious to marry Swedish
entrepreneur Lars Schmidt, whose
Swedish home she has been visit visiting.
ing. visiting. While the Italian court gave-the
couple until May 7 to produce the
necessary documents from Swed Sweden,
en, Sweden, Miss Bergman's lawyer Er Er-cole
cole Er-cole Graziadei left for Mexico to
check necessary documents there.
Ingrid and Roberto were married
by proxy at Jaurez in May 1950.
Miss Bergman, who has seen
Schmidt in Rome, London, Paris
and Copenhagen, is to resume
film work in London shortly while
Schmidt attends to business in
London. Rossellini is to- leave soon
for Rio de Janeiro to begin some
film work.

Nicaraguan Nurse
Takes Special MAP
Training At Corgas
Arrangements have been com-
Dieted jointly bv H.iariciuarfora II

S. Army Caribbean and the Canal

am government for a nurse -die
Utian from the NiCar.reuan Nation

al Guard Hospital, Managua, to

atrial naming nere unuer
the Military Assistance Proaram.

Mrs. Clarice Hislop was due to

arrive nere yesterday to spend a
month observing the management
and operation of tiw gorgas Hospi
tal food service department.

THE SAYINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the fate
Pays 2 Interest Anquaily on SavingYAcounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantMt on first mortgage
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

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

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.

CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Sub-Manager

Q. A. De ROUX,
Manager

HOURS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

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CAPT. AND MRS. JENS NILSEN ENTERTAIN
AT COCKTAIL PARTY FOR CAPT. AND MRS. HEARS
Capt. and Mrs. Jens Nitoen of Diablo Heights entertained
but Iftnhu at cotkUil-dlnner party held at the Albreok
Officers' Club tn honor of Capt. and Mrs. Jack II. Hearn of
Ancon who are leafing Mrch 86 to toAke their home in Cali-
'""other hohor fcufcsts included Capt. and Mrs-Harr L. Bach
f Balboa wM tea ye nest Tuesday for their retirement home
In SAn Francisco. Mt
Approximately It persons attended the affair.

Reception Honoring
Ambassador and Lady Henderson
The British Panamanian Cultur Cultural
al Cultural Society will hold a reception
on March 25 from 6:30 until in the
evening honoring the Ambassador
of Great Britain and Lady Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. . . th
The occasion is m honor of tne
recent knighthood bestowed upon
Sir Ian by the British govern government.
ment. government. Members of the Society
will participate.
Miss E90K Honored
At Bridal Shower
Mrs Starfod L. Churchill, Mrs.
fcarl Wrenn and Mrs. L u g e n e
fhipley of Margarita, entertained
Jointly at the Churchill residence
on Wednesday evening. The sur surprise
prise surprise linen gift shower was given
fo honor Miss Barbara Egolf
whose wedding to Louis pedes ux
Will take place within the fort fort-bight.
bight. fort-bight. Bluebirds of Happiness were us used
ed used to decorate thfc buffet table
Which centered a floral arrange arrangement
ment arrangement and entwined hearts. Tiny
jeweled bluebirds were used on
Tk. sii taiwi. in the silver can-

delabra which flanked the center

piece, t
Tk. inoitsH oiiet nffirpts ant

Substitute officers of Coral Chap

ter W0. 3, U. Ii. a., inciuuen: mrs.
Leon J. Efcolf, Mrs. William

Badders, Mrs. Harold Small, Mrs.
J. A. Plaisance, Mrs. Ernest Stie Stie-britr,
britr, Stie-britr, Mrs. Porter Crawford, Mrs.
Arthur French. Mrs. G. L. Coo

per, Mrs. Richard Pennington,

Mrs. M. F. Greene. Mrs. George
Roth, Mrs. David Marshall, Mrs.
Merle Webster, and Mrs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Montayne.

ney, Sandra Spinney. Becky Paul Paul-so.
so. Paul-so. .. Uiaries Biystone, John Fisher,
Carl Compton and Leonard Allen.

AtuMMffi&.-h mm

Wise Wife Keeps Hubby s
Faults Strictly To Self

A tactful wife- if It really matters. Most rimes
Never asks her susband how he it doesn't,
came out when h gets home a ter
an evening of poker with the boys. A SITUATION SAVIR

She can tell just by looking at nis

Mrs. C. L. Lucas joins
Husband in Ecuador
Mrs. C. L. Lucas her son
Mark, and her mother, Mrs. fr
dith Kelly are leaving today to
join Mr. Lucas in Qukj Ecuador,
for i period of several months.
Before their departure they were
the guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Car Carson
son Carson Davis of El Cangrejo.

Cristobal Women's Clob
Holds Card Party
The Cristobal Woman's Club
will hold a dessert card party at
the Margarita Service Center on
Tuesday, March 18 at 1 pm.
There will be table prizes ad

door prites.

The public is invited and asked
to make up tables and bring play playing
ing playing cards. Tickets may be pur purchased
chased purchased at the door for one dollar.

Nl Compton
Culebrates Birthday
Neal Compton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John McGlade of Los Rios
celebrated his eleventh birthday
with skating party at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Rollerdrome on Saturday Aft After
er After skating the children returned
to the McGlade home for refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments.
Neal's guests were Russell
Poore, Glen Evans, Patricia Comp Compton,
ton, Compton, Roger Hoenke, Martha Spin-

mama Lln

Sailings
Tbe Panama liner Cristobal is
scheculed to sail uom New York
iiipkiiiv with 73 oassenaers ior

Cristobal anu 14 passengers for
i'on-au Prince, Haui.

The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list tor the Cfisiubal lollows:
Alit Margaret Asttinun; uen. and
Mm. b. i. Barron; Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Bearup: Mr. and Mrs
a. rt Carpenter, Ji; Miss Judith
il Carpeiner; Mis:, n o r m a
Charles; Mr. and Mrs. Josph Co1
lacurcio; Miss Oiivu Edgerley;
wr. anu Mrs. Manuel Epstein; Mr.
ant; Mrs. Michael Fiore; Mrs. Ma Marian
rian Marian V. FitzpatTick,; Mrs. Rodney
L. Hoare; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
E. HoCkeflbury;
Also Mr. ana Mrs Ralpn H.
Johnson; Alfred W. Jones; Miss
Marion Jones; Mm Marian Kle Kle-man;
man; Kle-man; Mr. ina Mrs. William Krist;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langalis and
son, Miss Helen MacGregor; Miss
Louise MacLeod; Mr. and Mrs.

'William T. Migoon; Geoflrey Mar-
'!. .,1 f til. am .1.1 Martin Mice

UIi; XUI5. Ullliail 1H. luwuu)
ltuth V. Marlin; and Mr. and Mis.
Robert R. Micek :md five children,
Also Mr. Albert Miggies; Miss
Helen Porteus; S. G. Russell; Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Schuihuff; Mrs.-tihir,
ley Simm; Miss Sallie Simm; Mr.
and Mrs. D. B. Sloan; Dr and
Mrs Alexander Sollosy; Mr and
Mrs. 8. Stein; Mr. and Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert G. Stern and son; Mr. ami
Un ToRnv V Str.ishnrer. Mrs

Gladys A. Thompson; Mr. irtd

Mrs, Joseph ToScano; Mr ana
Mrs Ingersoll D. Townsend; Miss
Elizabeth- C. Van Geel; Mr. andi
Mrs. Ellery L. Vogel: Miss Frances
B. Williamson; Mrs. Lawrence M.

willson; and Miss Katharine

Young.

face, for no husband has enough
of "a poker face to 106I his wile.
Never goes up to her husband
when he is charming an attractive
woman and makes a remark like,
"Don't you think we'd better leave
now, darling? You still have to
take the baby sitter home and
you know- you have to get your
rest."
Never reminds her husband in
front of others of how she kch
him from making a serious mis mistake.
take. mistake. Or, on the other hand, how
he made, a mistake because he
didn't listen to her.
Never corrects her husband when
he is telling a stry, unless he
Is misquoting her. And then only

Never leaves her husband with
his foot in his mouth U she can
right things by a light remarK
or smooth over his tactless state statement
ment statement by somehow turning it into
a compliment.
Never tells a story that make
her husband out as stupid stingy,
stubborn or lacking in courage.
In fact, she never tries to get
laughs or sympathy at her hus husband's
band's husband's expense.
Never tries to impress others
with the- lact that her husband
couldn't get along without her. In
seed, she gives tbe impression
that just the Opposite is the cas.
Never lets it be known that she

cou.d have married better than

she did.

Regional Aviation Assistance Group
Aids Panama Via Point 4 Mission

Another phase of the Point 1
oiogram in Panama of which the
seneral public likeiy has little know
ieage cohslsts of the activities of
tho Regional Aviation Assitance
Group. This Group consists of nine
technical specialists from the Unit

ed States Civil Aeronautics Aami

ntsiration under the Direction

u. o. Frederick

and conduct of projects of a ve
cialized technical nature.
Pt-nama was selected as its head
quarters when the Grouo was esta

blifhed in 1952 because the coun country's
try's country's strategic location and avail

able communication facilitie, give
ready and convenient access to

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column timid tutaltted w
rm-trtflttt Htm n mult it

lft Ma nmr ditto" 4tv So Social
cial Social sad OtkarwiM," delivered
hd to rht aHica. Not.eoi of
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taleaJiaaa.
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Will Meat Monday
The Panama Canal Zone Chap Chapter
ter Chapter oi rfi'EBSQSA will hold their
regular meeting Monday night
March 17 at the Agewood Bonio
of the National Distillery on the
irans-Isthmian Highway.
Plans are progressing for anoth another
er another of the famous close harmony
snows with new music being pre prepared.
pared. prepared. There is a special need
ior tenors and basses. Any men
interested in this Gay M's style
oi singing will be welcomed, 'the
meeting tarts at 7:30 p.m.
Either Circle
Mt S MatMty Evening
-0 Esther Circle of the Sal Sal-boa
boa Sal-boa Union Church will meet Mon Monday
day Monday evening at 7:30 at the home
of Mrs. Naughton, Davison, 1127-fi
Almond Street, Balboa. Mrs. E.
C. Flowers is co-hostess.
A talk illustrated by slides will
be given by the Rv. J. W. Lim Lim-kemann.MrS.
kemann.MrS. Lim-kemann.MrS. T. W. Wompole will
give the devotions.

tea

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Back panels are shaped to your

curves to lijt firm, Hatter .

The members of the Regional

Group are specialists in the fields
of aircraft and engine mamtenacu
air traffic control, airport engine engineering,
ering, engineering, airport management and
operation, tele-comunications, elec electronic
tronic electronic engineering, flight opera operations
tions operations and meteorology.

Their Wide experience includes

jet and multi-engiiu transport pi pi-iiling;
iiling; pi-iiling; radar air traffic control ope operations
rations operations and systems development;
planning, design, construction and
inaagement of complex eletroij
devices for air navigation and air
traffic control systems; supervi
sion and development of aircraft
aa? engine maintenance programs

and the establisnment of meteoro meteorological
logical meteorological systems including th ana ana-lysis
lysis ana-lysis forecasting and reporting uf
weather.
The Regional Group suppor.s
the various Point FPrt Missions
throughout Central and South A'

menca, assisting m uic planning

of the other countries oi Central and

i South America

The Regional Aviation Grouo car

ries out its Work in collaboration
with the, Chief of the Civil Avia Aviation
tion Aviation Division of the Point 4 Mis Mission
sion Mission in each Of the countries, In
the case of Panama, this is John
F. Wsrlick.

Projects tfith. which

Group personnel ha

Regional

ave participated!

direct v in Panama include assist

ajice in planning improvements tor J
iterior airports and for Tocumen,

International Airport wmcn, most
recently, has invo.ved the plan plan-n'rig
n'rig plan-n'rig and design oi the airport's
expansion so as fo accommodate
jet transport aircratt; the layout
and Installation of equipment fftr

the conroi tower a TOCumen and
the 'training of PanamaMi tech

nicians in Its maintenance and one-

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Have the natural, nO-airdle look! War

"VIVA!". Pra-shapad back panels conform to the nalnral

curves of your body, eliminate the flat, unfeminine look.
"VIVA !" was designed for Formfit by Emilio Pucci of Capri,
famous Italian sportswear designer ... to it's made specially for
all your sports and casual clothes. Lightweight nylon
net with cotton-dacron uplift back panels. Easy
to buy in your regular misses dress sice,

Designers Collection

ration: and the planning of air

navigation aid. area traffic con

trol tele communication and meteo

rological services.

.

STAMP OF BErHADETTE-
lssued V the Vatican postal
authorities to commemorate
the centennial anniversary of
Lourdes, France, this 15-lire
stamp shows the Shepherdess
who became St. Bernadette.

Reddish brown in color, the

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly

wood and Grkpe Vice: Hollywood's

Cheesecake Queen cuddly Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Nichols may be a pin up

dolli n 50,000 U.S. barber shops,

but she's just a laugh to Aldo

Ray. In a new movie. That is.
Barbara of the celluloid-melting
ways plays Ray's unfaithful wife
in "The Naked and the Dead"

and it's her hysterical laugh, in

stead of her curves, that haunts

his memories between moments of
World War II combat.

This time, in fact, It was (Bar

bara's hkh pitched, infectious
laugh that won her the role. Be Before
fore Before you start hearing Barbara's

crazy laugh on the sound track,
you'll just see her in a cheap cot

ton dress with messed up hair
and looking rather frowsy.
Hilly wood cheesecake going
matter.

industry sponsored affair.

stamp is one of six honoring
the Roman Catholic shrine.

.. SATURDAY, MARCB 18. 1IW
1

AWARD CHECK-Elizabeth M. Rogers, civilian emoje of the
Corozal Army Sales Store, receives a check for $25, and a De Department
partment Department of the Army Suggestion Certificate, for aft&twtlng the
Installation of sideboards to the check-out r-ounten of th

store. The sideboards, strips of plywood two and onj"half feet

iung aim iour inccies nign, are designed ror the purWB Of pre preventing
venting preventing commissary Roods nackased in fraaile conUiner fmm

slipping off the c mveyor type counter and falling to th,4 floor.
Mrs. Rogers who resides In Balboa, c.Z., has four" year.? govern government
ment government service. Doin j the presenting is Maj. James Van Ernst,
sales store officer. (U.S Army Photo)

Colcannon Is More Than
Soup-It's Almost A Meal

BY GAYNOR MADDOX

THIS sturdy soup irom 'he o!
country made of potatoes and cat
bage cooked in sto could mak
derful dish to serve after a ska'
a meal in itself, ft makes a won
ing party on a clear cold night.
Colcannon Soup
(Yield: 6 servings)
Cook 2 cups diced caw. potatoes
2 cups finely shredded cabbag
and J.-4 cup finely chopped onior
in 2 cups boiling beef or chicker
stock until very soft. Remove froir
heat and mash until fluffy. Stir v
2 cups milk along with 2 teaspoon
salt, 1-8 teaspoon ground black
pepper, and 2 tablespoons: bacoi
fat. Heat- serve hot with V4 slice
of crumbled bacon sprinkled ov
the top of each serving. Garnish
with chopped parsley if desired.

is the forerun-

Notc: If stock is not available,
replace it with 2 beef or chicken
bouillon cubes' and 2 cups boiling

ii v., i water.

nei V ooyir iena was Darned on.BI,i, -uu,.u
n-nm h, fnh srresn rhubarb

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HARRY BELAFONTE is due
for New York hospitalization for
an "adjustment" on his evs. .

eMartha Raye andAC-TV are

mscuasing a mmed comedy series.

A cat may have nine lives ev

ftrywhere else, hut in Hollywood
it's 12. Or should we sav 108

I?t's like this. A bliie-yed bundle

of tawny fluff named Pvewackot

plays Km Novak's Siamese cat

Frank Sinatra is slated fnr tpa'w'.Un the film version of "Bell Book

ina UMih Ikk Ii....k -.- . !- .itlriaill. o U ...in .l,

"' mo ritiicn actress, nrig-
ltte Bardot, in the first of three
movies she'll make for Columbia.
Unless she gets around to -learn-mg
English, iBrigitte's voice will
be dubbed in the first flicker.

JACK BENNY picks up anoth another
er another $100,000 in July for ribbing
himself in a Las Vegas saloon.

His last year's co star, Giseie

MacKenzie, join him in the act

. .An audience of 75,000,000 ts

theta rset for the March 26 Aca

demy Award telecast. The boxof

fice draw of every mg-name star

in Hollywood will be behind the

sr of spring and this 'Pan Dowdy
i the forerunner of dessert satis-
iction.
Fresh Rhubarb Pan Dowdy
(YieWt 9 servings)
Cut 3 'pounds of fresh rhubarb
nto 1-inch pieces. Mix with lVi to
: cups sugaj, 2 teaspoon ground
cinnamon and 3 tablespoons quick quick-coking
coking quick-coking tapioca. Place In a 9 x 9 x
2-inch pan. Dot with 2 tablesnoons
cutter or margarine. Sift together
'V4 cups sifted all-purpose flour,
I teaspoons double acting baking
jowder, 1V4 teaspoons salt and 3
tablespoons sugar. Cut in Va short shortening
ening shortening until mixture resembles
coarse crumbs. Stir in Mi to 2-3
cup milk. Knead a few seconds on
a lightly floured board. Roll to 14 14-inch
inch 14-inch thickness in a 9-inch square.
Place over rhubarb. Trim antl turn
under edges. iBake 45-50 minutes
or until done in a preheated hot
overt (425 degrees FA Serve rhu rhubarb
barb rhubarb side up. If desired, top with
Vfcj cup whipped heavy cream.

Miami's Jordan Marsh Store
To Observe Panamanian Week'

and Candle." Buu it will take a to

tal of 12 tabbies to do all the
tricks demanded to Pyewcket in
the script.

"sLtSff WU h"Ve "I Thore's 'Tanamanlan W,ek

Or as Movie Cat Trainer Frank! ie".f, 1011 "eTns y- Vonai

Panamanian arts, handicrafts,
archeological and historical trea treasures
sures treasures from will be-exhibited dur
ing a week-long celebration of "Pa "Panamanian
namanian "Panamanian Week" by one of Mia Miami's
mi's Miami's leading department stores,
Jordan Marsh.

Inn explains it: "You can't teach!

one cat to do 12 tricks but you
cab teach 12 cats to do one trick
each."
Audlennes, though, won't know
the difference. All the cats look
alike. Just as half a dozen dogs
who have played Lassie looked a-

No. 1 on the HOllvwonri 1u4hlhke-

parade this week: "Have voul -...ZTZZ

read h new nitniki inut in i tit- vmti: niiy

It's called TenW.ys to 8tm: Hg TiTtlrlotep
I men happy than to m9a k e one
TONY CURTIS, who wind! un1 man miserable."

minus an ear in Tne Vikings."

will have a false nose as a chain
gang convict in "Defiant Ones."
They're not only re writing scripts
in Hollywood these days, they're
also re-bullding famous facts.

THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS.
JONES: Arthur Godfrey congratu

lated Jack Warner on the excel

K. Miller, chairman of the board,

said the Panamanian exhibits will
occupy store-wide display space.
The store said this is the first
exhibit of Ihis scope to be held in
the United States, according to Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian government officials.
The project is sponsored by the
government Of Panama, the Uni University
versity University of Panama, and Aerovias

Panama, in conjunction with the

Miami store.

Dr. Alejandro Mendez, director

of the Panama Museum, will head
an official three-man government
delegation to Miami.
Rita Burrell, Queen of Panama's
Carnival, will be present at the
opening day ceremonies, dressed

ing reproductions of a series of old
maps and a pictorical exhibit on
current shipping in the canal, the
first inter continental railway, and
other aspects of life m the Canal
Zone.
Other displays material will in include
clude include exhibits from the Universi
ty of Panama, Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, Aerovias Panama, El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton Hotel, the Depart Department
ment Department of Economics Agriculture,
Commerce, and Tourism, and tho
Institute for Industrial Develop Development.
ment. Development. These will include paihtings
by prominent -Panamanian artists,
tiles, pottery, jewelry, woodwork,
weaving, costumes, flags and pictures.

Itnce of the movie "SHr." tt 7 'VWnm
'J&UW' u-L? jk performed by the Panamanian

A half-hour is long enough for

TV's "Restless Gun." NBC tried
to talk John Payne into doing it
as an hour show next season, but
he gunned 'em rather, talked
em down. .Dick Contino wasn't
the type for his film biography.
Ron McNeil will play Dick while

Dick just plays the accordion mu

sic for the score

movie fan but. .V No one got

fired, though. The studio repinted
the letter in a trade paper ad.

NEW TV SHOW ideas in the
Hollywood starting gate: "Blue
Angels" story of jet fliers: "Pony
Express," about you know what;
"U.S. Border Patrol" to be film filmed
ed filmed in the Florida Everglades, and

.Bob Crosby's "Diplomat," documented drams

daughter, Cathy, and Barbara Hut-1 of the U.S. state department to be

ton's son, Lance Reventlow, arc; hosted by Clare iBooth Luce,
dating. This time Bob approves, i

team of Raul and Mimi, who per

formed at the Festival of the Am Americas
ericas Americas in the Orange Bowl a year
ago.
The museum is sending a col collection
lection collection of pure gold "huacas" and
other artifacts discovered in in in-dian
dian in-dian graves dating 'to the pre-Col-umbui
era. The archeological dis display
play display will include pre-Hispanic mu musical
sical musical instruments, sculpture plates,
vases, etc.
The Panama Canal Co. is send-

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SATURDAY. MARCH IS IMi

IB PMCftMA AMERICAN AN rNTJEfEHDENT DAILY NEWS? APR
paoi rm
MAN CHURCH NOTICES
4jpr w

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I

Church of Christ
f. Burrow. tvaaggUtt,

leieptoont J-360J
iix.il Balboa load
Service 9ulWav io ou .m OaW a.m
Sunday 4 JO bjb
Unitarian
Bldg. Ml
UICOD uv.
siamay Plaaat
.Vncori
,aai uiviiaUMi
ta unetal
muuoti
ClUOLl taw
Sui'oUiuut .VS
I'tlilUJ. uAiuu
Biouieruooo u iuonuay... 7.utnu
t iKst MAKUS'l CUUHtU
Balboa HOtghlt. C 2.
tUJ lYncon Boulevaro
drawer 8 Balboa Height
Phone elalboa 1727
William H Beeby. Pallor
Sunday Sehool m
Morning Worship 10:46 a, rfl
iafttlsl training Union .... 8:30 p.m
Kangellatic Service -7:30 o.m
Prayer Meeting. Wednetday. 1M prft
W MS Bible Study llkm-
Brotherhood (Laal
Monday in month
:llt ajB
im om
HltSl BAF11S1 CHliKCH
Margarita Avenue at 6th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone.
Rev. Wendall C. Parker. Faator
& a ra
Morning Warship
Baptist Uhlpn
Sro1hoorl!rVusday.'
Prayer Setvldei, WeOnesdayt
W M.U. 1st 3rd Friday
G.A.. K.A.. St Sunbeams
Prtdaya '..
11:00 a m
6:30 pm
7!45 D m
7:0(1 nm
7i00 pm
S:30 p i
Salvation Army
Nn-.). umiiialional Kvangelittit
Meetings)
rANAivi UT)
Captain At Mrs. H. Grant
la reb bur. Street, Phone 28-20054
11:00 Hi.liness Meeting.
3:0ft sLnday School.
7:30 SaWation Meeting
LA B'C CI
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No lOSO Phone: 2-285:
11:00 iiuiiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Station Meeting
SAMAiiSi C.Z.
nvoy & Mrs. C L Moteiey
Cuter sueet
OH Sw.aa.v School.
U:(i(i HDiinew Meeting
3:00 Sucday School
:3fl Srflvatlr.ri Meeting
COLON CiNTRAL
14th Street, PhuM;
1H1KL St'KfiST
7 30 Saivatioi Meeting.
Union Churches
BALBOA
The evr qtrar W. Olaen, ftttor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-148Churcli Office 2-3236
11:30 a.m Church School Free bus
eervice. Classes for all aees
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nurterv Kinir
larten and Primary tBp. Church
...lie iiurry lop-cnuaren unqer 3 vrs.
6:00 p.m. Junto) High fellowship
rosi nign reiiowsnip.
:00 pan. SenidriMS 'Fellftwihip.'
.S0 p.m. Ivening Service,
6ATUN
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Telephone. 5-355
Church School, with Adult Bible
Class. 9.45. "i t
Service of Worship, 11: M:
Youth Fellowship. 5:45,
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Paster
Phones: OffiCt. 3-2842. Re 3-14M
Sunifav flarvtrae:
9:45 a m. Church School Bus service
Classes: Nursery through aouit.
11:00 a.m.. MorninE Worship.
Mnr en fn) infants and small chil
dren.
8:00 p.m. Jvmlnr Fellowship.
6:15 nm Youth Fellowshin.
A romnlett schedule of auxiliary ar
tivittes tnfl official meetings as an
nount-ed from week to weeK.
GASiBPS
Rev. Walker M. AMerton, Pastor
(V ; g-470 Re 6.180
1:30 a.m Sunday School
10:0 a.m Morning Worship.
Offlelal meetings and week-day -crl-Titles
as annmmced
-4vm

gg, .rafRggealgRK ff j
BBaMgRawPnark

Cburchet of the many faiths ht the
newt ei in writing by Wednesday

ot fgnanra and Colon, Republic of Panama, extend a welcome at all
times to men nd women ot the ardnad services, and) ta civilian neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, friends and ittangtrs.
As g public service. The Panama Amgrtean lists below, bv denami denami-kattoni.
kattoni. denami-kattoni. notHtes of hodts at wtrthk and1 other regular activities.
Lrttinjt are rotated from time to time. Donominatrnat having only
ant ar two congregation, art Hsrtff under 'Other Churches b Services
A special listing it included fat services at Army posts. Ait Forte bases
and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains grg asked to inform the
tot the censing Saturday's church page.

Ceithoiic
ST MARk'b CHUHCH-ltalboa
Sunday Masse: 7:00. 1.00. 10 00 ana
12.00 a.m ...
Hoiy Day Btaarte: aaa. s ou itwin
and 5:90 p.m
Confessions Saturday. 3:30 to 5 U0
and 7:00 to 1:00 pm Thursday befnte
First rr'fttv tm to g:o p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena i:tv p.m
on Monday.
Catechism class- after the glOO
on Sunday-
High School aiuay ciuo owr p.m or
Wednesday
SACUKU HhART Aneo
Sunday Masse. 5:55. 7:30 k :3fl a.m.
Holy Day masses- i U am tnj I (Hi
i-tftn TS
Contesslohs SatisrdPJ 30 teluOD and
1:11 lbfiop.i. Thu'eajk ofe First
Friday f0 ..
Sgend Heart Devouonsi iw oja on
rf....
catecmsn ias: sua m :v pm or
Thursday
OUR LAD Ot r ATIMA CurunCo
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.th
W&WS&'Sk on
nrrlaV
Catechism Class: Saturday i:30 to lu
a.m
it. JOSKPH-Faratee
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a m
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m
Weekday Masses: :00 a.m
Confession- Saturday 3:30 to 4:3 and
fi-Sfl tn 7-SA
Catechism Class: sur.aay i:ou to two
p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1.00 p.m
on Friday
Convert instruction! rnuraaav irw
pm
ST. VINCENTS Panama L'lty
Sunday Masses: 640 and 8:30 a.m
Hnlv hsv Missm: 8-3(1 mnri 5:(H1 nm
(It 'it falls on Saturdav the Masses are
6:w sna a: ami
Confessions. Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 ana
l:oo to 8:00 p.m Thursday' Before rtrsi
Friday 7:30 p.m
MlraeulMj Medal Novena and Sta
ttonn of the Cross: Fridav 7:10 U.rn
Catechism Class: After 1 10 mass on
Sunday
Thtirtrlav
Convert n' 6:30 pm Tuesday ana
ST. THERESA'S coeoll
Sunday Mf: 8:30 am.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 am lit It tall
on Saturday -8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class 3:30 to s:ou pm or
Monday
Confessions : a:uu 10 t;u a.m ounoay
ST JOHN HAPTISl UK LA aALLl
Parque LefeVre
Sunday Masses' 6:30 and 8:30 a.m
Wk linn Mass: 8:30 Men.. Thurs
evi im flat Pint Fridav mass : 6 :00 a m
Ho v Dv Masses: HOT im 10 b:oh
p.m
Confessions t 3:30 to 4:30 aha IttIO tc
8:09 p.m. on Saturday
MlraCUinUB nirnai woven : r rm t u,,
p.m
COhVert Class- Monday 7:30 p.m
Sunday Mass: 1 :00 a.m.
HOly Day Mss: 3:30 p.m
Cnnfamlnns Saturdav 6:30 to 1:30 P.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 Q.tti..
Catechism wiaas: a:ta pm on oununj
srrd Heart Nfivena' 7:00 om on
idsy .rt.....
Convert VIBSni m;ov p.m un mumuBj
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST
JOSEFH'S COIOB
Sunday Masses, 6:45, 8:08 and am
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 nd 10 am
anrl 5:45 n m
Confessions: Saturday 4 :uw 10 a:uu ano
7l0fJ tO 8:00 p.m
Miraeulous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. rrmay i:ie p.m
flilHrittu STtrMln Servlpeit 7:00 n.m.
Convert Class- 7:15 o.m on Mondays
anH TriiirlftVS
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m to
11:45 a m 3:u p.m 10 :o p m.
First FrirlsvExDosltion of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at litti
a.m. Saturday morning
First Saturday uevntion to our baay
of Fatifhe-The Holy Rosary -5:00 a m
Firat Communion Instructions for chil
dren Monday and thursnay BtPO to
uu p.m
MIRACLILOU9 MEDAL CHslbbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8 00 and 10:30 .m
Holy DaV Masse: 6100 00 a.m and
5:15 D.tn
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 ano
7 :00 to 8 :0O p m njtgf Rosary each eve-
ling..
Miraculous Medal Novena 1 3:15 and
7:00 om. or, Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mat on
Sunday
First Friday Exposition all day during
tne school Year.
First Saturday: Mas at 1:00 am
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
sunaay Masses: 7:10, 1:30. u:;, an,
First Saturday Me: ... 6:00 am
Weekday Masses: 8:00
Sa.urday 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 o.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:36 am 5:15 p.m
Confession 3:45 pm to 4:48 p.m
every Monday
Parish Family Rotary and
- Benediction 7:00 p.m
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group 7:30 p.m
every Friday
1st. Friday Devotions
1st. Saturdav Devotions
i ST VINttTSRalnhow City
Sunday Masses- .: lm and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 0:00 e.m. and 6:00
p m.
Confessions: 4:00 to Srnn tnt tia
8:00 p.m Saturday i
caiecntsm class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Clasa- every Monday at 7:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medat NoVena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Uaton
Mindav Mas- 8:6 a m
Holy Day Mast: 5:00 p.m
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 pm on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Catechism Ola- 4 00 o m on Mnngg
OUR LADY OF GOOD croimsif
QamfJoa
Sunday Matt: 7:00 end 8:30 tat.
Holy Day Messes: 640 a.m and t:Dt
B,m,
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. end
after all evening devetluna
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraeulous Medal Novena: 7:oo p.m
on Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pro on
Friday
undei Sthpoii 3 so pm on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chll
dran. 4:tr0 p.m on Thuraday
Religion Instruction for adults (Con.
dueled In Spanish)' 7:00 n.m on u.n.
day
Convert Instructions bjr appointment

Canal Zone, and Hie terminal
noon at the latest of any cha

Episcopal
The etl Kb ft Mebtt Ge44ea. g.T O
rkt vM Rev Maineri i petersoa.
B.T.B. Dean
M UN i.a
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST
SUNDAYS
LUKK
SUNDAYS
1. mi am noiy lomiiiumon.
8:15 am Church School iHolv Com
munitin 3rd Sundbyi
9:30 am Santa Communion 3rd sun-
Etcueia uomnucai w:u a.m
11 -00 a m Morning Prayer and Her
moe, Koly communion 1st aunoay
7:00 p.m. Evening aervice.
WkXiMUSlJAirS
Holy Communion
Fvenmt Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
hoiy Communion
Holv Communion
SAtlt
O.30 an,
7:00 ore
e:O0 an,
4-Sii arc
a m Mornlna Prayei
17:00 Ml B
Missionary Pray era
COtOLI
Church ot grl Andrew
The Rev William W : Baldwin,
Frlett In Charge
SUNDAYS
Huiy Currununlop 7:30 a m
Family Prayer nd
Chureh school to u
tAlao holy CnmrdunioTi 2nd
Sunday each StMh
Morning Prayer ,m. Sermon llflf1(i
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communtoti 8:00 a.m
COROZAL
chapel of The uuod Shepherd
The Rev Clarence VV Haye.
Prieet In Charae
FR1DAVS
8:uu a.m. Morning Prayer.
IH.C, first Friday each Month).
oaMmoa
St. Simon's Ckittub
The Rev John Spear. Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
ChOril Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7:00 a.m
Church School 3:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
RvenaBhfl and Sermon .... 7:00 pm
MONDAYS. TUISJPAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning rrayer ana noiy
Communion f :00 e m
Evening Prayer .. . 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS 'THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ..v. ?:uo a.m
Morning Prayer i. :00 a m
Evening Prayer 7:00 pjn
caTtmnav:
Family Eucharist :au a.m.
Office of Compline 8:00 p.m
U.--.ftOC Hf.Mf
91. reicrs -iiun
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la charge
Morning Prayer and cnurcn
Scnool Oioo gjn
Confirmation Qaas 1:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon
iu:a a.m
!)M
.1
HOly Baptism j.,.....
Evensoni and Address ..
:M 1 noon
r:su om
3rd MONDAYS
woman- ugiuary
7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion : a.m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy comforter"
Veti L. R Shitlty. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 im. Holy communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Esoave ahd Brr llvd
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew. Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m Morning Prtyer and
Church School
11:00 a.m Choral Eueharltt.
THURSDAYS am HOLY DAYS
8:30 m. Holy CotnmunlMt.
PAKAiSO
The Rev. Allan R,
Wentt.
Priest In Charge
The
Rev. David A Osl
borrte,
Vicat Emeritus
SUNDA
4:00 4.1 Choral CuehatlM A Sermor-
1:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
3. mi 1. Church School
the'o li Suildirii 131
5:00 o.m Youth Fellowship
1 no ,ni ElialisoiiB end Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i .30 in woman s Auxiliary ana
ta- Guild Meeting. s
PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Chatck)
At
The Vtn Lemuel B Shirley, Rector
Thi Rev Pitt ft Atwett. Deeron
SUNL'.'";
6:00 a.m Holy Communion
a -on a it Buna Eucharist 4k Sermon
10:45 .11 Mnrhine Pfitfet nd Church
Schooi
I IX 100 tun HOty agntltm
7-09 r.m solemn vespers
I'UESUAVP
K 30 a m Holv Communion
7:30 nm Evening Prayer and Sermon

7:00 pm. 1.WEDMSSDAY8
7:00 p mq o:))!, n, Hoiy Ccrnmunlofi

7:00 p.n.. Evening Prayet
t'HURMiiA YS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 n, Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
. 6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
t
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon. TP.
(Opposite Hot-I Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
,:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Pra.ver.
9:00 a.m Choral Euchgrist
10:30 a.m. Chureh School.
and Sermon
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong
mon.
IM Mr-
MONDAY, TtJI
0:00 a.m. Holy
7 :uo a.m,
R8S:
3:00 p.m.
9 .00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 kitt. Morning Prtyer
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
i .nn I
i w a. ill. ineniHlg rrayer
9 00 a trr. Children V Kiicharlat.
6 .00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
J 5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
i :jo p.m. uimpiine ana Meaitauon,

Rio AB.XJO
St. Christopher's Chtrreh
10th Street. Parque Lefovre
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest In Charge
The Rev Clarence A CragweU.
Aariilaed

SUNDAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion
7 JO a m Sung Eucharist and Srmon.
19:39 a.m Morning Prayer and ChUrch
School
a OO noorr Holy Baptism
MONDAYS EV,n"0n, In
7:30 o.m 1st and 3rd. Woman 'I Ausd Ausd-Bar.
Bar. Ausd-Bar. TUESDAYS
6:30 0 m Junior Daughter of the
Kin.
iw tit Holy Communion.
I m Evening Prayer and Religious
I,,eM.ollnM.
THURSbAYS
O.-09 p.m Olrts Friendly Society
8:00 p.m 1st and 3rd. Sineletonn
SATURDAYS
:30 ajit Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Franglpanl St. Anctin C.Z.
Rev. Elmer 0 Nelson. Pastor
Box 297 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
8:45 a.m
worsrup service ..
Youth Service ....
10:45 am
6 :43 p m
EvaniMittle Service 7i30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. .. 7:30 pm
CHURCH OP THE NAEARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paator Ralph L. Hysong
Writ: Box 5011 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: S-1583
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
Mottling Worship 11:00 a m
Evening Service 1:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 23rd Street Eaat
ttev h IM Brown. Minister
Diving Worship 9:30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. RJ.
Sunday School
1:00 p.m
JKHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Mt-etlnan Thursdays at 7:30 o.m and
Sundays at 4:00 om Win Memorial
AO Rait Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meetlhg Sunday 8:30 .m
sunaay school, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 61OO p.m.
Relief Society, Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MlAl Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
frimary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
elephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, ,8choolhout Road. GatUn
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11 AO a.m.
CIIRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wrm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg, Minister
Phone Ret 83.7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 9:10 a.m.
(A qlas for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
P evening Worahln 7:00 p.m.
raver and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
tjlLl C A 1 HOLtt- CHUKCIt
Si Raphael The Archangel
01 warn nt j
1st Sunday at :t0 a m
ednesdgy and Thtirsdav"
Mount Halibet. ChrUttan Church
Panama R P
Kl ttev t ,amet D D dish 01
officiating
Morning devotion 6:00 a.m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Divine Service 7:30 p.m
BAHAl'S CENTER
14 First Street
Urbanizaclbn El Carmen. Panama City,
inlormal Talks and Discussion
Thursday.., .8:00 pm.
Colon. 6th it Front treett
(npstalrt American Bazaar)
Study Clase...... Thursdays. 7 -JO o.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Pal-alto. C.Z
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15
n.m. Gospel Service
Monday t 7730 Young People's Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mr. Maude Hinea. Paator
aunoay bcnooi
10:00 a.m
Morning Worship
Night Service ....
11:00 a.m.
7 :30 p.m
PIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev, Wm. Livingston. Pastor
THE CHURCH OF GOD
lliit Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grandison. Pattor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Service
7:30 p.m
Morning Worship
Sundty School ..
Night Service
9:00 a.m.
10:30 a m
7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajo
Monte Oscuro Rd.-lSth St.
Rev. Wm. I. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo . .' 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:10 a.m.
Night Service 730 p.m
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev B. E. Wataon, Overseer
Phone -428. Box 253 Gam boa
Churcnw at Paralto, C.Z. (Rev ana
Mrs Herman G. Whytei. Colon. R.P
(Rtv Fernando Lorance), Rio Abajo
tnev. ana mrs. unaries naynetl. anc
Cativ (Rev. and Mr. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday services at all
churches.
COMMUNITIT CHAPEL
Diablo Height. (Tz.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
J&ox 39, Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Schooi 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
fangeusnc aervice 7:J0 o m
m Mlnertayt Bible Study
and Prayer Service T:90 p.rrt
Lutheran
REBDICMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rv Robert Jr. Ouwlck Ptstoi
P O Box 880. Balboa
Sunday School, Riltte class 9 00 m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
monin.
Atlantic Side
former chapel 6f Our Saviour's Epls
copal chapel 3rd St. and Melandea Av.
New Cristobal.
Mr. Rttten H. Denner, Vicar
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 a m
Divine Service 10: is a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sundav ot the
pivntft.

iaio

'AanraBt&l
tre ReU

eJtodavTrfl WrV a

Jewish

jewm Aettare Board Bla iM-A La
doca Ctoau Balboa C.Z Ribbi Nathan
Witklii Director
Servic" Friday 1:30 nm Baturaay
:3T pm
I See a listines ot Jewish ervicm
upe'er osw Bases and SUt.onaV
Congi4iiion Kol Shearitn Israel Ave
tiua Cuba and 36th Street Bella Vlsu
Pnam City Services 8.-09 p.m
Christian Scientist
CUKIbilAN BClUNCt CMiiBLHES
rat Church ot Christ, sciential, Aneot
M0 Ancoc Soulevara
-uiida U:WI. Wednesday 8:Ot oxn
Sunday School 9$0 .an
irst wnurcb 01 Chrtai. scwntiai. cruiutw
11th Streei St tlolivai Highway
4unrlav Vnnni 4:8ii gj
Sunday 11:00 a .at. Wednesday 8:00 p.m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDe.
Protestant
r ORT AMADOK
Sunday School 9:0v.
Morning Worahlp 10.UV
Chtkcli-time Nursery School... 10:09
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School iBuiltting No.
128) S:uu
Morning Worship 1U:30
Thuraday Evening Mid-Week
Service 1J0
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Sefvice. Rio Hatb .... 9:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier s FellbwihipThurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBftOOK AIR FORCE BASE
SUnday School 9:30
Adult. Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:3V
Morning Worship UiOO
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month 1
13th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Of Month).
Naval Radii. Station, Summit... 6:00
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass 6:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 & 8:30
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:30 & 7:30
Sunday 0:00 & 1:2
tOR'l CLAYTON
Daily Mats 6:41
Sunday Masses 7:46 & 9:0u
Confessions Saturday .. 6;30 & 1:00
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass 6:15
Saturday Matsea 9:09
Sunday Masses 8:00 & 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 & 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Matt 10:30
ALBROQK AIR FORCE BASE
Dtily Mat 6:00
Saturday, Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Spanith 7:oti
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:09
F Confessions-Saturday 7:0v
U-SlA-vAPATlbs. R
(,mrl4 TLf.au. Q in
ouiiun Mati a vt twuv
Jawlafei
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Z:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday 7:30
ALBHOOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday 1:39
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuetday ; 7:00
KYBB-Wednesday-Post Chapel 6:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:30
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 1:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladle Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Firat Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Dtily Mast
Sunday Mass
Confessions'. Saturday
Sunday
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:45
FORT GUL1CK
Daily Mess"
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
7:00
7:45 It 10:13
. 6:00 St 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo J
Daily Mat .'. 4:00
Saturday Mat 8:30
Sunday Mitt 9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mast
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuetday
7:15
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunclatlon,
Via Belisario Porras. San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
dayt at 9:30. for further Information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
82-3119.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churchet
as follows:
SATUKDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth'a Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p.m.
Pacific tide Panama
Pattor W. H. Waller-Tel 28-3-1508
Cabo Verde,. Ave J F de la Ol
No. 17 Chorrlllo 25th No. 27 Pue Pue-blo;
blo; Pue-blo; Nueve 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Stai Bio Abajo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
ana rrijoies.
Pastor G. D. Williams Tel. 6-580
Putnr A A arili-l Tel. a.109
Spanish Churches Pacifle Side Panama
Pastor Nornerto qutroa
Panama, Calle Darlln No. S
Pedregal St Nuevo Guarare.
Atlantic Side
Pattor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 38 828L
Col6n
Cristobal Engltah-lth Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanith-16th It Bolivar Ave.
Central Office:
0844 GavUan Road-Tel. 2-1859 Jr. 2-3531

UNION CHURCH
OOtun
The sermon by the minister it
the 11 o'clock service of worshiD

this Sunday it the Gatun Union
Church will be "This Uspsettina
Christ."
In addition to the anthem by
the choir, special music will be
provided in the form of two solos
from Handel's "Messiah," "He
Shall Feed His Flock," Miss Calire
White also soloist, and "Come Un Unto
to Unto Him," to be sung by the minist minister.
er. minister. Other Sunday services: Church
School and Adult Bib e Class Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning at 9:45, and the Len Lenten
ten Lenten Prayer Service from 6:30 till
7 in the evening.
The Youth Fellowship meeting
for this Sunday will be held at t
San Lorenzo, the young people
meeting at the Church for a picnic
and outing at 12:30. The Church
Council will meet Monday even
ing at 7:30; the Church Member
ship Class Wednesday evening at
8. The choir will rehearse Monday
and Wtdnesday at 6:30 p.m.
Margarita
At the March Council Meeting
of the Margarita Union Cnurch
Carl F. Maedl of New Cristobal
succeeded Wilber G. Bowen of
Colon as chairman of the Church
Council.
Bowen, manager of Coca Cola
Export, haS been transferred to
the company's office in Mexico
City, where he plans to assume
his duties next week. However,
his famijy will remain on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus until the end of the school
year.
.Maedl, instructor at Crsitobal
High School, has been serving as
vice chairman of the council. He
has also served as chairman of
the Cristobal Union Church Coun Council
cil Council Elmer F. McClelland, executive
secretary of the Cristobal YMCA YMCA-USO,
USO, YMCA-USO, was elected as vice chmr-
The church also announed today
that beginning Sunday, the Sunday
School woujd sponsor bus service
to and from Coco Solo. Sunday
School busses will arrive at Coco
Solo at 9:45 a.m. and return about
llam A. T. Marsh has been se selected
lected selected as the transportation co-or-dinator
for the bus set -viee. Inter Inter-ested
ested Inter-ested parties may call either the
church office or Mr. Marsh to
make arrangement? tor this tree
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EAST
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WEST
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Pass
Opening lead J
THE unlucky expert blocked my
path. "Don't dodge!'' he smuea.
"I finally made a hand in spue
of everything."
I was trapped ana saia, onooi.
Here is his triumphant tale in his
own words.
"When mv Dartner lumped me
to four spades I would have bid
seven If 1 weren't tne uiuuciuest
nlaver in tho world. As it was I
checked for kings and then hit
denied holding the one i missed
settle for the small slam.
"Dummv came down and I saw
that my luck was still horrible.
Three hearts opposite my ace-king-queen,
the useless doubleton
queen-jack of diamonds opposite
my doubleton ace-king and thiee
httle clubs opposite my ace-ten
nine. It looked as If I were a gon
er as usual but there was one slight
chance and I took it.
'My first play was the ace of
clubs. East recognized what 1
was up to and desperatetf drop
ped his king but nothing could
save him. I drew trumps,, cashed
a 1 ray red cards and led the ten
of clubs. If West went up with the
queen he would drop East's jack
and establish my nine. If he
ducked, East would win the jack
but would have to lead a red
card whereupon I would ruff in
one hand and discard from the
other. Nice?"
"Very nice," I said. "It is also
very nice to know that the sun
is shining again and that even
you can bring home a slam con
tract. Lome around the next, time
you make a hand.1
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 O Pass 3 Pass
5e Pass ?
You, South, hold:
S1 VKJ eQ 10 96 S AQJ
What do you do?
A Pat. ITour rata to throe
diamonds was sound but your
haul i unsuitable for atom.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South Wert
1 V Pass ?
You, South, hold:
gKt KI )J 7 6 4 S AQ104
What do you do?
Answer Monday

service. Bus sevice will also con continue
tinue continue as long as necessary in New
Cristobal.
At the church on Sundav thp fta.

tor will continue in his Lenten se
ries of sermons entitled "Faces
Around the Cross". The particular
group to be considered Sunday
monring will be "The Religious
Leaders The vouth arouns will
meet Sunday afternoon at their
regular hours. The Missionary
Sewing Group will gather in the
church Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. The
choir will have its regular rehears
al Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Dur During
ing During Lent a special series of mid midweek
week midweek devotional services have
been held oh Thursday at 7 p.n.
The group has been named "The
Upper Room Fellowship" and
meets in the tower room of the
church. Those in the community
interested in such a service are
invited to participate.
BAPTIST CHURCH
Cristobal
Regular Services will be held
tomorrow at the First Isthmian

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER JERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SAUNAS" March tS
M.V. "SARMIENTO" Mttfh w
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUD, SPAIN
AND FRANCE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (1S.000 tons) ..March SI
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons.) April 18
(Air-Conditioned)
"r TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. '"SANTANDER" March 10
S.S. "PIZARRO" March 23
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S, "LOCH GOWAN" March 30
S.S. "POTARO" ... . .March U

TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "LOCH LOYAL"
S.S. "DINTELDYK"

ALL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO

TELEPHONE: CRISTOBAL 3-6545

IS PASSING
YOUR WAY
Let muile fill your
heart al God't lev
lifts your soul t a
higher plane of Grace
...Werthip every
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this church your church
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
A growing Sunday School that your children wiH
love to attend, all 8 departments well .equipped, to
suit the needs of the entire family. Adtilti as well
as children enjoy sincere-Bible, teaching.

8:20-TWO MOftNING SERVICES 10:40

"THE VIRGIN BIRTH"
Dr. R. I. Humberd Message with chart

6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
The 6 departments make a family affair in the
business of church training.
7:30-"HOW TO BE SURE OF HEAVEN"
Bible message with chart
" '.' "" J
EVERYBODY WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED

Personal Peace

Heart -filled Happiness
A Lift For Living

BRING THI FAMILY TQ CHURCH SUNDAY
YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU CAME

9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL

Twenty classes, all teaching the Word of God, from Nur Nursery
sery Nursery through Adults. Why not come with all the family?
Get started today in a S.S. that will help you to grow
spiritually. We look for you.
1 1 :00 "THEY DARED TO STAND"
Qod has called every Christian to stand as a soldier of
the cross. Compromising unstable believers cause much
confusion In the mind of the sinner. Christian disclple disclple-shlp
shlp disclple-shlp demands total Obedience to Christ.
6:00-JET CADETS & YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
Panel on "teen-age dating". Bring your friend along.
7:00 "THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT"
The Holy Spirit is a person as much is Christ. He Is In
the world now working in His Church as well as with the
unbeliever. But what does He do? Don't miss hearing
this message?
NURSERYFRIENDLY CHURCH WITH A MESSAGE

Baptist Church.
The Rev. David A. Morgan of
the Bethany Baptist Church will
deliver the Sermon at th Mem.

tag Worship. At the Evening Wor Worship
ship Worship the Rev. J. W. Limkemaan.
secretary of the Central America
agency of the American Bible Sv'
cioty in Cristobal, will be th
rreacher.
Monday through Friday at 1:39
p.m, the annual Vacation Biblo
School continues. The school hat
classes for all ages. Corns One!
Come All!
ST. PAUL'S.
Services at St. Paul's Church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow will follow the usual sched
ule, commencing with Holy Com
munion at 6 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning and close with Solemn Vespers
and sermon at 7 p.m.
At 9 a.m. the Sung Eucharist
and sermon will be celebrated and
the Church School meets at 10:45.
A Requiem Mass for the reposo
of the soul of the late Rev. Fitt
Reginald Atwell will be held next
Wednesday morning at 6 o'clock.
March 24
........March 21
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

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CHURCH
(JUIT ACftOft WK)MIALOAM.ITATIO4
CrucUled
Coming Again
YOU"
(classes for ail ages)

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THI PANAMA AMWUCAH AN INHEFENDKNT DAILY NEWSPAPSB

Hutchinson

How To Keep .467 Hitter
Out Of Starting Lineup?

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 15 (UP) Jersey Joe Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, who's got a quip for almost any question,
is posing a beaut for St. Louis Cardinal manager
Fred Hutchinson: How do you keep a guy hitting

.467 out of the starting lineup?

Hutchinson'! early spring plans
called for the 27-year old Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham to fill in for Stan Musial at
first base, do heavy pinch-hitting
duty and play the outfield when
Del Ennis, Ken Boyer or WaHy
Moon is injured. Used in that man manner
ner manner last season, Cunningham hit
.318 and his sensational pinch-hit-ting
made him "the Dusty Rhodes
of 1957."
But thel. 80-pound Cunningham,
a native of Saddle River Township,
N.J., isn't satisfied with that role
and insisted at the start of spring
training that he's going to hit his
way into the lineup.
Joe's been as good as his word
to far with seven hits in 15 at bats
and 13 runs batted-in in the Car Cardinal's
dinal's Cardinal's seven games. He drive in
four tallies with a 3-for-4 outburst
yesterday when the Redbrrds
whipped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8 8-5,
5, 8-5, and raised their spring record
to five wins and two defeats.
The world champion Milwaukee
Braves and American League
champion New York Yankees,
meanwhile, indicated they're a a-bout
bout a-bout ready to shake off their ear early
ly early spring doldrums. The Braves
squared their record at 3-3 with
an 8-1 conquest o the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies and the Yankees won
thh sprnnd fame in seven tries

when they beat the Cincinnati Red

legs, 5-1.
Warren Spahn, Bob Rush and
Juan Pizarro teamed up in a four-

hitter for the Braves who were
oiAaA hv ihrpp Philadelphia er

rors. Both Snahn and Rush pitch

ed one-hit ball for three innings
each extending his shutout string
to six innings for the spring and
vinrrn vipiripri two including Har

ry Anderson's second Grapefruit

League homer,
nnn Larsen turned in the best

Elgin Baylor's
30-Foofer Gives
Seattle Upset Win
By JOHN GRIFFIN
Flpin Ravlor's dramatic 30-foot

shot with two seconds left to play
and Kansas State's "stopping" of
Oscar Robertson were the high

lights of the NCAA BasetbaU
Tournament today going into the
final rounds of the four regional

eliminations.

Baylor uncorked the most lm-
nnrlont backet n far in thi COUrt

JI ....... UUUl'l uw

pitching job by a Yankee this carnival last night to give Seattle

spring when he yielded only two a 89-67 victory over aan irancu
hits in a five-inning job and Bob o in the regional at San Francis

Grim and Mark Freeman finish finished
ed finished up. Casey Stengel, irked at the
Yankees poor spring form, used
regulars Gil McDougald, Hank
Bauer and Bill Skowron. Mickey
Mantle went hitless in four tries
and his average dipped to .188.

The Detroit Tigers snapped the

Boston Red Sox' four-game win-

SkSS atv fficS 1-"- ran!rd,

and whipped I thi T Washington. Sen- regular season.
7.0 fnr tYiar fourth Win in' .. ,i tl ..Minn

a wis, -., -.v. ni Here's tne lineup ior me icS...,.
five games, and toe Baltimore 01 finals toni ht.
Jm.mul too PniPaffO CUDS. .. m i-ix- XT n Tamn n v

lrODAY-EMCANTO-.35-.20

Burt Lancaster
TonyCurtts in
"Sweet Smell of Success
fipnree Montgomery In

"STREET OF SINNERS"

ro.

Robertson, Baylor's arch rival
for the national scoring champioi champioi-hin
hin champioi-hin fniiioH nut with four minutes

left to play in overtime at Lawr

ence, Kan. as nis uncinnsu leam
bowed to Kansas State, 83-80. The
defeats of Cincinnati, and San
Francisco plus that of West Vir

ginia on Tuesday complete a ciean

the

rioles downed tse Cnicago

7-8, in ither games.

Reno Bertoia knocked in fous

runs withtwo singles and a triple

to lead a 17-hit Detroit attacx mat

overcame an early 7-3 neu aox
lead. Tom Morgan shut out the

Red Sox f( the last give innings

after Frank Lary, plagued DV wria-

ness, yieiaea au nosum s
During one second-inning wild

spell, Lary walked six consecuuv.

batters.

Basketball
Results

Dartmouth

At Leington Ky. -Notre Dame
vs. Kentucky
At Lawrence, Kans. Kansas
State vs. Oklahoma State

At San Francisco uaiuurma

vs. Seattle. -

National

Invitational Tournament
At New York

First Round
St. Johns, (N.Y.) 76 Butler 69
St. Jos. (Pa.) 83 St. Peter (NJ) 72
NCAA Small College Tournament
At EvanSville, nd
Semi-Finals
South Dakota 64 Wheaton 60
St. Michael (Vt) 78 Evansville 70
NAIA Tournament
At Kansas City, Mo.
qtorrtor.Finals

Tex. Southern 98 Coe (Iowa) 78
Western 111. 70 Youngstown 67
Tnnn Cf fll tToot Ta.m Ct 9

5eo'town (Ky) 83 W.Va. Wesly. 74iy(ung boxers

wmm

Whatever

Happened to ..
LEI SAVOLD
Lee Savold, a six-footer out of
Marshall, Minn., campaigned
among the heavyweights for 17
years. He ran up several impres
sie knockout strings, but the good
big men kept knocking him off
ii-ct whpn hp was knocking, on the

door o freal stardom. Buddy Baer

endtd one streak, wy
srped another and an ver-the
hi" Top i.nnis cut short his last

bid in 1951. Savold twice knocked
out Lou Nova and gained some
attention in 13"0 by flattening

Bruce Woodcock in London he-foi-
Louis knocked him out diir
ing Joe's final drive to regain the
heavyweight criwn.
Whatpvpr hanivnpil tn Lee Sa

vr'de Now 42, Lee bowed to the
irwitahip and n ts onencd a bar

ir- New York City. He also la in-

tdvested in several premising

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Cristobal Track Field Night

Monday At Mt. Hope Stadium

The second annual track and

field night will be held on Monday,

March 17, at Alt. Hope Stadium.
All the Atlantic Side Schools will
be represented in thrs meet. The

eiementarys wili be lined up with

Cristobal, Non'i Margarita, South
Margarita and Gatun. Cristobal

Junior High School will have a

Gold and Blue learn running lor
them, and the rh Scowl will al also
so also have a Blue and Gold Team.

Included in this meet will be Al-

brook Air Force Base, and sever several
al several unattached runners from Ft.
Kobbe and Ft. Amador.

The meet will rtart 'vith 60 yd.
dash for elementary boys and fea feature
ture feature twenty-three track and lield

events.

The mile run, will have an out outstanding
standing outstanding group oi uiincrs, led by

Lockrig and C r i s t o b a l's High

School's ace, Irl Sanders.

The 70 yd. high hurdles, will tea

ture a personal dual between Al-

brook's Don Mescall and John
Clark. Bill Gibson, Cristobal's top

field man will try to break the

Canal Zone broad jump record
when he competes with Mescall

and fellow teammate Charles De
Tore.

The elementary boys will have

a tight race in the 440 yd. relay,
when they all tangle for the cham championship
pionship championship of the Gold Coast From
the latest word, it looks as if South
Margarita will take this relay.
The field events will start at
6:30 p.m., and the first running
event will be at 7:00 p.m. Admis Admission
sion Admission is free and all are welcome.
ORDER OF EVENTS
1. 60 Yards Dash (Elementary,
Boys)
2. 50 Yards Dash (Elementary,
Girls)
3. 50 Yards Dash (Junior High
School)
4. 75 Yards Dash (Elementary,
Boys) K
5. 75 Yards Dash (Elementary,
Girls)
6. 75 Yards Dash (Junior High
School)
7. 440 Yd. Belay (High School)
Open
8. 70 Yd. High Hurdles (High
School)

9. 1330 Yd. Hun (Junior High

bcnoon

10. 100 Yd. Dash (Elementary,

tiiru)
11. 100 Yd. Dash (Elementary
Soys)

12. 100 Yd. Dash ( Junior High

school)

13. One Mile Run (High School)

open

14. 220 Yd. Dash (Junior High

School)
15. 660 Yd. Run (Junior High
School)

16. 440 Yd. Relay (Junior High

School)

17. 440 Yd. Relay (Elementary,

Boys)

18. Shuttle Hurdle Relay (Exhibi

tion) Open
19. Mile Relay (Open)
20. Broad Jump (High School, Jr
High, Elem.)

21. Shot Put (Elementary, Jr.

High, Sr. High)
22. High Jump (Elementary, Jr.
High, Sr. High)
23. Discus.

CHS-Alumni Outslug Mercury
For Atlantic Twilight Lead

BHS Never Lower Than Third
In 8 Years of Balboa Relays

Balboa High Shool has never
finished lower than third in the
eight years the Balboa Relays
"p bn held. In 1952 and 1953
they won the team title, in 1594
juxJ iiiashea second to thc A.C..
while in 1955 they were second to
the USACrib team. Fdr the last 2

years they have been third, with

Albrook the winner. High hopes
were held for the 1957 Bulldogs.

but Albrook showed far too much
strength and made a runaway for
the team competition. Now comes
the Ninth Annual Balboa Relays,
and how do the current Bulldog

thinclads stack up?
The BHS track team is consider

ed y most to be stronger and in

better balance than the 1957 team,
but it still seems to lack the one or

two outstanding boys to make it a

really great team. In competition

as tough as that found in the Re

lays, it takes the very best to win
In this respect then, the Bulldogs

Will find the going plenty rough as
they match strength, speed, endur

ance and spring with the best the

Armed Forces have to offer, a vast
ly improved A.C. team, and the oth
er school entries.

Charlie French probably holds
the key to the sucess of the Balboa

team. He has been hampered all

year with a contrary leg mt'sci

Just the other day in the meet with
the Albrook Flyers he was on :s
way to what most observers felt
was a sure 10 flat 100, only to pull
up at the 80 yard mark and prac practically
tically practically walk across the line. It was
that same muscle again. With al almost
most almost two weeks of rest he mipht
be able to force that muscle to the
limit then again he might find the
old leg giving him trouble again.

With French the Bulldogs would

have three Relay teams, the 440,

830, and sprint medley, that could
hold their own with any team in
the Relays, with the possible excep

tion of the 440 yard event, where
the Flyers are rated tops. Mthoat
French, the Bulldog baton passing
quarters in these events will be no
better than third for fourth. In ad ad-diftsi
diftsi ad-diftsi to his, Charlie is the defend defending
ing defending champ in the open 100 yard
dash.
The Bulldogs have other vefy ca capable
pable capable boys, but none with the sped
of French. Carl Toothman uas de

veloped in leaps and bounds in the
last two weeks and is a detimte
contender in the high jump, and
might pick off a place in the high
hurdles. He will also help on the
relays, particularly the mile relay.
Bill Halvosa gives the Red and
White a top pole vaulter and if

he is on this weekend, he is going;

to be tough to beat. He tied for
the gold trophy last year. If Sol Solly
ly Solly Toussieh can get off one of
his better road jumps he will be
right up there in the long jump.
This just about sums up the field
event strength for the Bulldogs,
however.
Abel Lagassie should be among
the first four in the mile, and if
the elongated runner can find a bit
extra for a finish he will surprise
plenty of railbirds.
The Bulldogs should make the
best showing of the three schools
in this big meet, but just how good
that will be when compared with
Albrook, A.C, and other military
entries is the big question to be
answered some March 2122 at Bal Bal-oa
oa Bal-oa Stadium.

ILPaHj 2 ft

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

USARCARIB MP Team Cops
Panama Area Pistol Matches

The 1958 Panama Area Pistol
Matches cam to an end Wnrinps-

day with a quartet of sharpshoot sharpshooters
ers sharpshooters from the USARCARIB Milita Military
ry Military Police Pistol Team copping top

nonors.
Scoring 1001 points out of a nos nos-sible
sible nos-sible 1200, the MP squad beat all
other entries in .the match, with
the second place team 83 points
behind them
Second plaee went to the 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group's Red team with a 9W
total. The USARCARIB School
Fort Gulick entry was third.
Members of t:i? winning team
were Capt. Don ;d G. 'arger, Spc
Puiip A. Mr-lo'wh.JSfc Kenceth
. Simpson and Pfc Harry L. Blair-
Or the seeiud place 1st Battle
O-iip team were Sgt. Joseph K.
hioka, Pfc Jacob E. Usl. Sgt.
-fan Perez-Pen? and Corp. Elli Ellison
son Ellison C. Turner
From Fort Gh Icic were M S.
John Borgstrjm nt William A.

0.x, and Sgt. Lowell E. Ericksvn
cd Jose Gar rivOcasio.
Winners of the individual match matches
es matches were: Match number seven, 5G
yards slow fire, 20 rounds, Capt.
Joseph P. Bednarz, A Battery,
764th AAA Battalion, first; Sp2
Robert K. Baugh, D. Comapny,
34th Armor, Fort Kobbe, second
and Mcintosh, 534th MP's, third.
Match number eight, 25 yards,
timed fire, 20 rounds, Specialist
Mcintosh, first; Capt. Barger, sec second
ond second and M-Sgt Gerald G. Stokea,
Headquarters and Headquarter!
Company, Provisional Battaliwk
1st Battle Group, third.
Top. positions in match numbe
nine, 25 yards, fkpid: fire 20
rounds, went to Baugh, first; Capt
Bednarz, second and Sgt. Peres,
Match number 11, the aggref.
ate match, was won by Mcintosh,
first; Bednarz, second and Stokes
third.

Head-and-holster above the others!

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THUNDER IN GOD'S
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Ray Mllland
Maureen O'Hara
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GAMBOA 6:15
FRISCO TORNADO
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RUN OF THE ARROW"

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STANDINGS
Atlantic wilight Baseball
Teams W L Pet

CHS Alumni 3 1 .750

MercOry Ootboard 3 2 .600

Powells 1 2 .33-
C.H.S. 1 3 .250

Thursday's Results
CHS Alumni 16, Mercury out
board 8.
Tomorrow's Garnet (Sunday)
C.H.S. vs Mercury (1 p.m.).
Powells vs CHS-Alumni.
By TREVOR SIMONS

The CHS-Alumni were rapidly

earning the name of "hiless" won wonders
ders wonders n the Atlantic Twilight
League. In the eleven games
they had played before Thursday
nifeTit they had managed to col collect
lect collect only 51 hits, or less than an
average of five per game.
They wound up last in the first
half with a one and seven rec

ord, but managed to stay close
to;.toe. lead in, .the second half de despite
spite despite no visible improvement in
their hitting. But Thursday night
Bill Hughes' charges staged a
complete burnabout with a 16-hit
assault on two Mercury Outboard

pitchers to sweep into a half

game lead in the second half

race.

The game was a free hitting

affair in which Mercury collected
8 bits off the offerings of the A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni ace, pat Quinian. Quinlan

went alt the way to earn his

third win of the season, but it

wasn't until after the lead had

changed hands three times; for

not until the sixth frame, i when
Alumni broke an 8-8 deadlock with

a 5-run inning, was the issue de

cided.

Lem Kirkland started for the

losers and stuck around for 3 1-3

innings during which time he was

nicked for six hits and an equal

amount of runs. Charlie Hinz took

over and finished off the game

he too being unable to halt the

newly found big bats of the Alum-

Hinz allowed 10 hits ana lu

runs and was charged with the

defeat, his second of toe season

Alumni second-baseman, bt. lyr,

was the big suck tor me mgm,

contributing greatly to the .Alum

ni win with 4 hits in 5 trips to the

olate. Three of St. Cyr's four bits

went for triples in his first three

appearances at the plate, uapisn

also baneea out a pair oi mree-

baeeers and had a 3 for 5 record

for his nieht's work. For Mercu

ry. Trimble and Ridge each naa

2 hits to pace the losing attack

Tw inbill en Tap Tomorrow

Tomorrow afternoon starting t
D.m.. the Atlantic Twilight

will feature another dou

ble-header. Cristobal Hign acnooi
is slated to meet Mercury in the
onenine same at one o'clock and

tha upnnd half leaders. CHS A-

lumni will take on the first nan

champs, Powells, in the nigntcap.
For the threetop contenders, Mer-

Aiirv p owe ii a ana aiuiuui,

- . . ...14. U I-.

th e w he a hie uOUDie neauci,

fr.r Mercury and Powells win

could throw the second nan race

wide-open into a three team ai
fair.
Sports Briefs

Heart, Extra Try' May Pay
Major League Dividends For
New York Yankees' Cicotte

PARAISO 1:15, 8:25
"SHOWDOWN" and
"drums or FU
MANCHU" 7:46 only

SANTA CRUZ
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William Holden
Lloyd Nolan.
"HUNK OF HELL"

CAMP MICRO
0:15 ft 9:i!U
"The Avengers"
"drums o rru
MANCHU" T:4S only

By OSCAR FRALBY
NEW YORK (UP)- It requires
a great deal of class and cour courage
age courage to make the grade in the ma major
jor major leagues.
Those biessed with extra talent
find it the easiest. Others make
up in heart what they lack in
ability, giving it the extra "try"
which pays big league dividends.
But none has needed more of

both than a man namea ai ci

cotte. t
His have not, been the greatest
mthin0 talents' in the Same. Yet

for 10 years he rode the bus and
hamburger circuits in a personal

crusade to reacn ine nig iime,
which carried him

to Burtler, Norfolk, Kansas City,

Binghamtop, uiraingnam, wea weaver,
ver, weaver, and Richmond.
Last season, qwetty, ha iOjadp
it with the Yankees. Just. Be

cause AI Cicotte saw little action,
aonearine in only 20 games and

compiling a scanty Zt record
over 65 innings.
Now again, as the Yankees
train in Florida, he is battling to

stick.

Always Fighting
"I struggled and fought for
everything I ever got,", he says
quietly. 'Tm not through yet,"
He did have to struggle and
fight, more than most.
Because the name of Cicotte for
38 years has been anathema in
baseball.
Back in 1919 there was another
Cicotte Al's uncle. That Ci Cicotte,
cotte, Cicotte, first name Ed and nick nicknamed
named nicknamed "Knuckles," had acres of
talent. Hurling a "shineball," .he
was one of the brightest pitching
lights in the game, In 1919 he
won 29 games and led the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox Into the World
Series against the Cincinnati Red Red-legs.
legs. Red-legs. The White Sox, overwhelming
favorites, lost.
It was a year later before in investigation
vestigation investigation revealed that a num number
ber number of them had "sold, ont" to
gamblers. Cicotte, who lost two
games, was banned from base baseball
ball baseball for life along with eight
others. Their records were wiped
from the books and their dis disgrace
grace disgrace was complete.
Baseball has never forgotten
those names, holding them in un un-diminishing
diminishing un-diminishing contempt.
Coming Back
And, while that was 38 years
ago, AI Cicotte is the first rela relative
tive relative of any of them to attempt
to regain the old glory.

Certainly the stain should never

have been transferred. But it had
tJ?Jtn added burden the six
rignthander from

nft? UDCLe d iever tioned'

t :l "lways warned me
tostay on the straight and nar!
AI always has. But it wan'r

of Eddie Lopat. Trying too hard
SwKnJ" He "ad t
a gooon "1" evy Pitch
- kW f theije another year.
Exhibition
Games
AT PEERSBURG

Cincinnati (N) 000-000-001-i5a
New York (A) (KmWux-sTq
Haddix. Puri TZr Ls-Q.

2nd Buess; Larsen, Grim (6)
Freeman () and Howard; Wp'
Larsen. LP -Haddix.
A BRADENTON
Philadelphia iN)
" OOO-OOO-lOO-l I-J
Milwaukee (5N)
001-230-02X-8-70
Bob Conley, Cardwell (C and
Lopata; Spann, plUSh (4) pjzar
ro (7) and S.m-atcn d;.

Crandall (7). WP-Spahn. LP-Co

jy. xifto-aaivatski. Anderson.
AT ORLANDO
Kansas City (A)
u, ..- i 500-000-000-5-7-0
Washington (A) 000-10000-1-5-1
Maas, Taylor (6 and Chiti: Ra Ramos,
mos, Ramos, Mesa (3), Hyde (6) and Ber;
beret. WP-Maas, LP Ramos. HR HR-Turtle.
Turtle. HR-Turtle. AT Ff. MYERS
St.. Louis N) 200-000330-8-15-0
Pittsburgh (N)
200-000-003 5 11 2
Kuzava, Mabe (4), Flannigan
(7) and Smith; Friend, Kline (4),
Witt (7) andFoiles. WP-Mabe. LP-Witt.

TPDAY-CJCLUA
STARTING AT 11:30 P.M. TONIGHT!

DAMS SIGN TWO

LOS ANGELES (UP) Half Halfbacks
backs Halfbacks Tony Kolodziej of Michigan
State and Bobby Marks of Texas
A&M have been signed by the

Los Angeles Rams of tne nation national
al national Football League.
KERR NAMED TO CCNY

NEW YORK (UP1 William

Kerr, former varsity baseball and

freshman basketball coach at Fur Fur-man
man Fur-man has been named freshman

baseball coach at the City College

of New York.
TROJANS, PANTHERS MEET
LOS ANGELES (UP)-The Uni University
versity University of Southern California and
the University of Pittsburgh will
meet in football Nov. 18, 1861 in
Pittsburgh.

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Chrysiei -Plymouth Tournament a Get Under Way Tomorrow

AMEMGij

tJOLF CHAMPS Sergeant First Class Archie F: Stubbs,
light, medalist and post champion of the Fort Kobbe lntra, lntra,-Post
Post lntra,-Post Golf Tournament, receives congratulations from Private
First Class Warren Nesbltt, runner up, at the conclusion of
their 36bole match play at the Fort Clayton yjolf course.
Both are memoirs etf Headquarters and Headquarters Com

pany, 1st Battle Group, awn
ALTNATIC LILE LEAGUE
(Standings March 12)
WU 6b
Coca Cola
Police Pals
Mutual of Omaha
Elks
Pirates
Legion
0
3 Yh
2 2t
3 S
4 4
0 66
Coca Cola kept their record un unblemished
blemished unblemished as they downed the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates 4 to 1 for- their 6th straight
win on Monday afternoon. Ricky
Sanchez was the winning pitcher,
his eighth of the-year, without a
loSS. ' u
The Pirates unfurled a P'
er in Jimmy Ebdon who held the
powerful Cola men to three hits
and were it pot for five Pirate er errors,
rors, errors, could easily have been the,
victor in his outing. Tommy ffic ffic-key
key ffic-key WthetrW!laAinhing for the
Pirates after Ebdon was lifted for
pinch hitter Shelley the 5th
Each team was hunted to three
hits with doubles by Charlie Mac
Clelleand and Harry Murray be being
ing being the only extra base hits of
the day.
The box score:
Coca Cola
Campbell-2t
Wilder-lb
Sanchez-p
Crouch-c
McClelland-ss
Conley-rf
Hutchings-lf
McLeed-W-
Pacoe-3b
Bender-cf
Tttate
The box score:
Pirates
Motta-lb
Murray-2b, 3b
Alberga-ss
Hlckey-3b, p
Henriquez-c
Urriola-lf
Wtbergrf
Chriatoph-cf
Ebdon-p
(a) Shelley
Tortorici-2b
Totals
Ab R H
3 2.0
3
3
2
v
0
0
1
1
3
3
2
0
1
0
2
2
24
Ab R H
3 0 9
3
2
3
3
1
2
2
1
1
0
21
0
1
: (,) riied out for Ebdon in 5 th
ikx mnines
CU 110 110-4
Pir.tei 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Tuesday afternoon the Police
Pah Sgained their wmning pat pattern
tern pattern by downing the Legion, t tab
5 to 1 "although Greg Hanson
lowed tWem only 2 tats- Here a
ttta -errors were greatly rcspon
sible for a fink pitching perfoim perfoim-,nce
,nce perfoim-,nce suffering the loss.
WW was the winnerfor he Pn
lite as
scattered and was .We to
vn wnen w.
CCCmwa, the batting
rtjfof the day with two hits an
ttM and a double: Kenny Karpm Karpm-fki
fki Karpm-fki .ho clouted a double the only
other extra base blow of the day.
The box score:
Legion
Clement-ss
, Redman-3b
1 Shlrk-c
) Hakanson-P
(iBlair-lb
Coffin-2b
I McBride-cf
' Paulson-cf
Wood-lf
Holcomblf
I Claytor-rf
Totals
Police
Crump-2b
McElhone-ss
Will-P
Karpinski-c
Ab R
a &
3 0
3 0
3 1
3 0
3 C
2
"1
1
n
l
22
Ab R
3 1
3 ;'
13
2 0 1

iniantry. iu.a. army rnow)

Park-3b
Barber-lb
Bernstein-lf
Clancy-cf
Smith-rf
Mason-rf
Totals
15
Score by innings
Legion
Police
0 0 0 I o fl
ood 2 3 X-
Mutual of Omaha stayed in the
second half race by shutting out
the Elks 8 to 0 behind the three
hit Pitching of Bob Ha user, who
took his second win of the year.
Nicky Brooks started for the
Elks and twq bad innings proved
his undoing. 'Mike Burza put the
game on ice in the first when he
game on iee in the first when he
hit his third home run of the sea season
son season with Dougie Billison and Bob
Hauser 'on base-.. .auo
Bum had one Of 'his best days
at bat with 3 for 3, a homer and
a double plus five RBI's. Pancho
Motta collected collected 2 of his
teams three hits.
The box score:
Elks
Will-lf
Pabon-3b
Sanders.Jo. ss
Brooks.D.P, cf,
DeBoyrie, cf r
Motta-c
Achesonlb
Brooks-F. 2b
Colbert-rf
Brooks R- If
Bedsworth-c
Sanders, Ja. 2b
Hopkins-rf
Totals
Ab R H
2
2
1
1
0
u
20
Mutual of Omaha
Dockery-c
Billison-ss
Hauser-p
Burzalb
IBrians-cf
Leen-rf
Highley-2b
Seeley-lf.
Riefkohl-3b
Mansrf
Totals
Ab R H
4 1 1
1 1
2 2
3 2
3 0
2 0
0
1
I
0
I
Sebyinnitooooo-b
Mutual 3 0 0 5 Ox-
AMERICANS HOLD SPOTS
CAIRO, Egypt i (UP)
Bead Knode ol Fores Hills N .,
meets Colette Holvoet uf delgni i.
today in the women s singles ft
nal of the Cairo International ten tennis
nis tennis tournament. Barry MacKay of
Dayton, Ohio, advanced to the
men's singles semi-finals with a
6 3 6-2, wfn over Egyptian cham cham-piotf"
piotf" cham-piotf" KfrnwPwe
CLINIC SET
NEW YORK (UP) Football
coach Bud WiBfinson of Oklahoma
and former Long Island U. bas basketball
ketball basketball coach Clair Bee will be
th principal lecturers at a foot football
ball football and baiket&all cftnic for high
0 school coalChe! at Monticeuo,
0 NT., June 23 through June 26.
3 U.S. HOCKEY TEAM WINS
l BOFORS, Sweden (UP)- Paced
0 bv Dick Meredith of Minneapolis,
01 Minn., Who scored two goals, the
United States hockey team de de-!
! de-! eated the Vaermland All-Stars,
7-1, i Wednesday.
v use, illini Meet
LOS ANGELES (UP) South South-E
E South-E ern California and Illinois will
0 meet in football on a homeand homeand-0
0 homeand-0 home basis beginning in 1961 at
0 the Lbs Angeles Coliseum. The
second game will be played at
0 Champaign, 111., in 1962.

.'.isntwts Uriels

Brookline Play
Scheduled For
Brazos Brook

The 1951 Chrysler Plymouth
Tournament gets underway at
tha Braies Brook Country Club
tomorrow morning. Up to this
morning 21 two-man terns had
entered for this popular Brook Brook-lino
lino Brook-lino Tournamont.
Tha drawing for tha first round
was sot for this afternoon with
competitors allowed until Sunday
evening, March 23, to play their
first round.
M. A. Powell S.A., Chrysler Chrysler-Plymouth
Plymouth Chrysler-Plymouth dealers in Colon are
sponsoring this event and the
prize list is outstanding as the, the,-winners
winners the,-winners will Jie dividing SSOO
worth of merchandise which they
can personally select from thi
Pio shop.
Particulars of the first round
draw will be published in Mon Monday's
day's Monday's Panama American.
Ft. Kobbe Avenges
Loss To Albrook
With 1-0 Victory
The Fort Kobbe Regulars got
revenge or a recent ueart-breatc-ing
1-u, 10-innihg loss to the Al Al-hmnk
hmnk Al-hmnk Fivers Weunesaay aiternoon
! Rencher Field by aowning tne
Flyers 1-0 in an li mning thriller.
As in tne last game tension anu
excitement proved to be the. turn turning
ing turning point. A throwing error cost
Koobe the previous game and a
dropped fly b.aJ cost the Flyers
this one.
Just when the action took on
the aspects oi a long, long ball
game, the ice broke.
With two out in the last of the
11th, Regular centerUelder Jim
Weeks got hold of a fast ball and
sent a long curving fly ball to deep
left-field. Flyer fielder Arnie Dan Daniel,
iel, Daniel, maneuvered over to the ball
and finally got it back into the in infield,
field, infield, Weeks streaked all the way
to third base. The "next batter,
ri htdelder Tom Turner, then lin lined
ed lined a-solid single right over the
box to bring Weeks home with the
winning run.
Both pitchers hurled superb
baseball Wltlf- Wilflaltlon "leflinl
the nod over Albrook's Bob Han Hansen.
sen. Hansen. Williamson allowed only two
hits while striking out nine. With
the exception of the fourth and
fifth innings, he retired the Flyers
three up three down in every in inning.
ning. inning. He faced 37 batters, which
was only tour over the minimum
for 11 innings. He Walked one and
one man got on With an error.
Williamson is now 5-0 for the
season. Hansen has a 5-3 mark.
Pacific Softball
League
Teams
Abernathy Unisport
Cerveceria Nacional
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
W L Pet.
4 J 1,000
2 1 .067
1 2 .333
Hq. Co. 1st. Battle Group 0
3 .000
ABERNATHY WINS FOURTH
Bill De La Mater's first half win
ners, Abernathy Unisport, nbsed
out the Ft. Clayton Cavaliers 6-to-
3 on Wednesday
Lou Hilzinger was the game's
winning pitcher as he and Charles
Caratini engaged in an impres impressive
sive impressive pitcher's mateh but Caratiri
was touched by hard luck.
The Ft. Clayton boys came back
to life in the fifth as they tied (he
Unisporters at three runs. Three
in the fourth and an even amount
in the sixth was the turning point
for the winners after Flynn and
Hilzinger tripled in the tallies.
A home-run by Papetti with two
on accounted tor tne uavauers
runs in the fifth.
The box score:

ABERNATHY Ab R H
Malene 5 11
Jones 10 0
Woodruff 3 '2 2 1
Flynn 4 2 2
Hilzinger 3 0 2
Taht 2 0 0
Trout 4 0 o
Chance 4 0, 0,
De La Mater 3 11
Dunn 0 0 0
CLAYTON Ab R H
Jenkins J 0 0
Lorimore 3 0 1
Sotomayor 3 9 0
McDermott 3 11
Matasic 3 0 0
Caratini 2 10
Smith 2 10
Smith 2 0 0
Papetti 2 11
King 2 0 0

MISS BROUGH WINS
EAST LONDON, South Africa
(UP) Louise Brough of Beverly
Hills, Calif., defeated Sandra Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds of South Africa, 7-5, 6-2,
Wednesday in the opening matcti
of a tour of seven South A;ricar
cities.

Chamberlain, Robertson Top
UP All-America Cage Team

SCARES

MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams
Pan-Am Jets
Fuerza y Luz
Seymour Agency
R. C. Nehi
Lucky Strike
El Rancho
Europea Furniture'
H. I. Homa and CO.

W L
58V4 3d1 j
54Va 41V
53 43
49 47
47 49
43 53
39 57
38 58

Lucky Strike 3, Pan Am jets 1
I
The Pan American Aiarways'
Jets, feeling snug in first place,
were struck down by the Lucky
Strike smokers for a 3 to 1 count.
The opening round was the only
time that the Pan AM Jets were
in the winning mood, when they
sneaked in by two pins. But from
then on the Lucky Strike caught
fire and burned the Jets to a fraz fraz-zlc
zlc fraz-zlc Jorge Soto was the king size
Striker with a rousing 596, and
Earl Best and Bob Morrow were
close by. For the jammed up Jets
it was Cas Cascio with 589. De Despite
spite Despite the beating, the Jets retain retained
ed retained their hold on first place, be because
cause because the runnerup team "was not
up to it and they too lost htree
points.
Pan-AM Lowande 506. Albrit Albrit-ton
ton Albrit-ton 568, Sullivan 444, Nunes 491,
Cascio 589.
Lucky Soyster 537, Morrow
570, Voss 445, Soto 596, Best 571.
Seymour Agency 3
f Fuerza y Luz 1
Seymour Agency, in third place,
ha not conceded the champion
ship. They are going to, make it
rough in the closing weeks of the
campaign. Seymour is only 1V4
points out of second place and out
of first place Dy y points.
On the other side of the ledger
sheet, the runnerup team, Fuerza
y Luz, muffecLa golden opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to close in on the leaders who
lost three. Only in the first game
did the Power and Light Kilo Kilowatts
watts Kilowatts generate enough power to
register a win. But after that the
lights went out on the Kilowats,
except for Andy Fistonich whose
fust stood up under the Seymour
load, when he hit 600 right on the
mie.,.$r, the Insurance Mmtt:
Hon, a too were abtmt even, Art

by
JOE WILLIAMS

LAKELAND, Fal. When the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers switched Hank Greenberg
from first base to the outfield ih
the 40s they wanted to get anoth
er big bat in the game Rudy
York's. And first was the only
place the lumbering, slow foot
could play.
On the whole, th experiment
was a success. Greenberg and
York set seasonal RBI and home
run records, and Hi '45 they were
instrumental in winning the pen pennant
nant pennant and downing the Cubs in
the World Series.
Power is a minor consideration
in the current switch here which
sees Harvey Kuenn moving to the
outfield atter five seasons at
shortstop. Two interlocking factors
are involved.
(1) Kuenn, though only 27, has
lost' his facility as a piay mawi,
his speed has diminished and
with it, his ability to range. (2)
Room must be made for Billy
iwartin aeauired in trade and
hnrt i the onlv snot open to
tha farmer Yankee fireball.
The Tigers finished fourth last
season, a large pan ot men
mwliate future denends on the
Martin experiments. Kuenn
k' had little experience in the
outfield. Martin's skills are best
suited- to second base, already
more than adequately filled by
Frartk Boiling.
Hiah hooes abound in all
sDrina camps, and this one is no
execution. The manager. Jack
Tiahe. reminds you he was here
tha vear of the Greenberg con
version. ."end 'if Hank could
do it, Kuenn's a cinch." ...There
is a difference. Greenberg went
to left field, Kuenn is in center,
a much more difficult and re
sponsible position.
Characteristically,
Martin
."If you
you can play any place. Besides,
I've played a lot of shortstop.''
Perhaps Martin will make it.
Anyway, he can be counted on to
go all Out. Still, we recall that
when Casey Stengel had to choose
between Martin and MccDougald
as shortstops, the latter got the
call. There '"as one thing Mc Mc-Dougald
Dougald Mc-Dougald cou'd do better than Mar
tin go far. and deep to his rignt.
Casey Betrayed Him
Martin has retained much o
his old swagser and ebullience.
. ."I like Detroit. It's a big
league town" Inferentially, this
made Kansas City to which he
was demoted by the Yankees, fol
lowing the historic night club
brawl mucch less attractive to
a man of his cosmooolitan tastt.
"Yqu know, it would be swel

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Graham 568, Don Rudy 564, and
Bill Co.fey 558.
F and u boyer 536, Davis 511,
De Luca 453. Fistinich 600,
Gleichman 526.
Seymour; Rudy 564, Bowers 502,
Bates 4972, Graham 568, Cof.ey
558.
H. I. Homa 3, R. C. Nehi 1
H. I. Homa may have occupied
the basement for practically all
season but they are determined
to break the lease and vacate the
premises. The first step in that
direction was beating K. C. Neiii
soft drinkers for a 3 to 1 verdict.
This was most unpopular for the
Nehis because with Pan-Am and
F and L losing three they had a
chance to creep up in the ladder
of standings.
The two opposing captains put
on a personal duel, and while the
Nehi's Chuck Almeda came out
on top with 598, Homa's Bud Bal Bal-cer
cer Bal-cer was more pleased because his
team won three and his 582 was
nothing to dismiss lightly.
Homa: Pahl 551, Thomas 494,
Klumpp 487, Balcer 582, Jamison
559
R. C: Almeda 596, Allen 500,
Kaean'469, Luttenberger 486, Todd
553.
El Rancho 3 Europea Furniture 1
While the former fun place, El
Rancho, may be a dead place,
the bowlers who still carry the
name of the deceased are very
much alive on the bowling lanes.
This animation was best demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated against the Muebleria Eu Eu-rnDea
rnDea Eu-rnDea salesmtn. when the Ranchi-
tos captured three games against
one less.
This week's result left the Eu
roc-ea iust one point out of the
cellar. The furniture dukes h?ve
been fflirting with that cellar po
sition and unless they put on a
winning spurt, they may find
themselves reposing in that base
ment. Ted Snhmidt stacked enough
pins for the Europea to be the
best with 572 and El Rancho's Del
Charter recorded a 555 series
Ranch: Rogers 453, Minor 511,
Charters 555, Spinney 498, Kunkel
529.
Europea; Lane 511, Fernandez
IMP m- T1
if this club could beat the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. Boy, would I make life mis
erable for Ole Case!,
If this was a hint that Martin
Is still resentful of the Yankees'
action it was the only one we
caught. It may be yignificant
that singled out Stengle. At the
time of the trade Martin com
plained that Stengel, for whom
no played in the minors, had be betrayed
trayed betrayed him.
Whether the Tigers can beat
the Yankees, or the White Sox
for that matter is a q u e s s-tion.
tion. s-tion. It is interesting to note, how however,
ever, however, that both Stengel and Al Lo Lopez
pez Lopez (amanager of the White .Sox)
call them the most improved
team in the league.
This much is clear. The Tigers
have added catching, infield,
pitching and bench sttmth.
Whether they've added enough to
bridge the. 20-game gap that sep
arated them from fire place a
year ago, deponent knoweth not.
No. .300 Hiter
"We knew where we had to
have help," said Tighe, "and, for fortunately,
tunately, fortunately, we" were able to make
the necessary deals. That's not
always easy to do, you know."
The manager ticked off the
deals. From Cleveland came vet veteran
eran veteran Jim Hegan to serve as the
No. 1 catcher; from Kansas City
(in addition to Martin, pitchers
Tom Morgan end Maurice Mc McDermott,
Dermott, McDermott, also Gus Zernial and
Lou Skizas, outfield reserves,
with pinch-hit bats.
"And we have a young pitcher,
Bob Shaw, up from the farm,
who is almost sureUo stick. Our
pitching generally should be bet better."
ter." better." The gentleman, swirling deliri deliriously
ously deliriously in March optimism, neglect neglected
ed neglected to state what the Tigers were
going to use for base nits. De Detroit
troit Detroit didn't have a single .300
hitter last year.
MATCHES SET IN DETROIT
DETROIT (UP) Heavyweights
Johnny Summerlin of Detroit and
Artie Miller of New York will
meet in a 10-round bout at the
Motor City Arena March 22. Mid Mid-dleweights
dleweights Mid-dleweights Henry Hank of Detroit
and Willie Russell of Toledo, Ohio,
will meet in an eight-round semi semi-inal
inal semi-inal on the same card.
CAIRO SEMIFINALS TODAY
CAIRO, Egypt (UP) Barry
MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, meets
Nicola Pletrangeli of Italy and
Giuseppe Merlo, also of Italy,
olays Badr Eldin of Egypt today
in the men's semi-finals of the
Cairo International tennis tournament.

NEW YORK (UP)- Wilt (The
Stilt) Chamberlain of Kansas, Os Oscar
car Oscar Robertson ot Cincinnati1 and
Elgin Baylor of Seattle were over over-wueimmg
wueimmg over-wueimmg choices today for tne
1958 United Press All-America
oasxetoall team.
Guy Rodgers of Temple and
litt.e Don iiennon o. Pittsburgh
won the two other positions on
the United Press team selected by
the votes ot 257 sports writers
and radio and television broad broadcasters
casters broadcasters tnrougnout the nation.
This year's team was unique in
at least four respects:
1. Chamberlain, the seven-foot
Kansas center who was chosen
tor the second year in a row, ap appeared
peared appeared on 96.9 per cent of the

oallots cast. This represents an
all-time high since the United
Press All-America was inaugurat
es m ma. cnamoeriam attracted
225 lirst-team votes and 24 for the
second team. The previous high
percentage was 55.5 received by
Bill Russell of San Francisco in
1956.
Throe Dominate
2. Never before had three play players
ers players dominated the balloting as
Chamberlain, Robertson and Bay Baylor
lor Baylor did this year. Robertson, who
actually polled five more first first-place
place first-place votes than Chamberlain,
was mentioned on 95 per cent of
the ballots, while Baylor's popu popularity
larity popularity was 94.6 per cent.
3. This is the youngest academ academic
ic academic team ever to make the United
Press All-America. Rodgers is the
only senior. Robertson is only the
third sophomore ever to win Unit
ed Press All America honors
Chamberlain, Baylor and Hennon
are juniors.
4. Four of the five players are
Negroes all except Hennon.
This year's team, if ever sent
into actual competition, would
make a superbly coordinated unit.
Chamberlain is a pivot man with
a multitude of shots.
The 6-foot-6 Baylor and 6-foot-5
Robertson are ideal forecourt
men.
Rodgers, at six feet, is a re remarkable
markable remarkable playmaker and feeder.
ne is tne taxe-cnarge-guy" on
the court.
Hennon, a "mighty mite" at
5-foot-9, is primarily a shooter,
dui a great one.
Boozer Leads Second 5
Hennon won the fifth place on
the team by a- sizable margin
over Kansas State's Bob Boozer,
wno neaaea tne secind team. Fo
lowing Boozer in the voting was
Archie Dees of Indiana, Dave
uambee of Oregon State. Mike
ffMimoo oi- elojii i gswiin md
lorn mwKins or none Dame.
Lloyd Sharrar and Jerrv West.
two members ol West Virginia's
nauonai cnampions, was picked
on the' third team. Other choices
were Bailey Howell of Mississinni
State, Pete Brennan of North Car
oiina ana jonnny ureen of Michi
gan atate.
CANADIANS WIN
BASEL, Switzerland (UP)-Can
aoa s world amateur hockey
cuampion team the Whitby
Pun'PS defeated a Swiss team,
o-o, neanesaay.
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SANTA ANA Mar. 28 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 7
SANTA OLIVIA Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 14
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CLASSIC CONTENDER King's Park will most likely be the
second choice in the mutuels tomorrow in the $7,500 added
six furlong Francisco Arias Paredes Classic, the first of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's triple crown events. The Stud Siboney ace is enjoying
top form and will be ridden by the veteran Bias Aguirre, one
of the all-time greats among Panamanian jockeys. There
will be no admission charge to see tomorrow's races.

CLASSIC FAVORITE The Cococha Stable's sprint ace,
Double Four, considered by many the sprint champion of the
President Remon racetrack, is expected to go ofl an even
money favorite in tomorrow's $7,500 added six iurfong Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Arias Paredes Classic. Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
will ride Double Four. Admission to the racetrack tomorrow
will be free.

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PHILLIES Oceanside Cottage
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
leach House. One mile past the
Casino, Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT Chalet, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, parch, garage, lit Street
No. 10, Carraaquilla. Inf. Tel.
3-3749.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom house, garage, street 61
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
$60.00.
FOR RENT Beautiful resi residence
dence residence ef three bedrooms, maid's
room, three bathrooms, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
open porch, terrace, garage, hot
water calefaction, big -patio, all
fenced, screened windows with
Venetian blinds. Pre ferable
American, family. If interested
Phone 2-3 1 45 Panama.
FOR RENT BOQUETE Fur Furnished
nished Furnished three bedroom house,
electrically equipped kitchen,
I'tensils and dishes. $80 for last
three weeks April, or weekly
$M.t Telephone 3-6943.
i?R RENT Modern ocean
view 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom,
s.v.i-furnished house. Exclusive
residential neighborhood. Gar Garden,
den, Garden, terrace, hot water, maid's
quarters. Panama 3-3319.
Rooms
FOR RENT Large bright fur furnished
nished furnished room, aemi-privata bath
near Bella Vista Theater. Con Convenient
venient Convenient transportation. Panama
3-1081.
Gen. H. G. Parks
Arriving To Inspect
Exchange Activities
Mil Gen. Harlan C. Parks.
USF, chief of the worldwide Ar Ar-mv
mv Ar-mv and Air Force Exchange Ser Service
vice Service will arrive in the Caribwan
a three-day Inspection and brief briefing
ing briefing tour.
The general will be accompani accompanied
ed accompanied by five members of his New
York staff. He and his entounge
will stay at Albrook AFB while in
the Canal Zone.
"Monday morning, after a i brief
ine by Maj. Alvln E. Weber Cm
till Exchange Officer Gen. Parks
will call at headquarters of the
,, ii r.,n,nH it s. Army
Caribbean and the Caribbean Ait
Caribbean and tne auuucu
rorrmand In the afternoon he will
visit exchange activities at on
Clayton and Albrook AFB.
"Che general will eil G.
William E. Potter at the'. Canal
v ,re Administration Buildins in
Palboa. After luncn ai u.c
Tilboa Alter i un i-
tfrtWw' Officers Open Mess, he
Will tOUr exchange n-uvii
Fo l Kobbe.
Koooe. A
Tentative plans are being maOe
for Gen. Parks to visa w -t'vmge
activities on the Atlantic
Accompanying him to Panama
nill be: coi. wlu
Col. Benjamin F. V-ood L t.M
Sammie Burns, Theodore F. FranK
and Francis meu. & 1
Prior to becoming chiet ot w
dual-service exchanges,en. r
a o. thp senior memDer 01
the United Nations command c m,
ronent of the MJWary Armistice
hJ?SXSr
jci nis uicb-v
l956,
WHeT4lajigJiieis
01 Perez Jimenez
Arrive In Miami
deposed Venezuelan President
Marcos Perez Jimenez arrived in
Miami last night.
Jimenez' family were whisked
,way in City of Miami Beach li limousines
mousines limousines after a lengthy trip
through Customs. ..,
They refused to discuss their trip
to the United States from the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic where Jimenez
has been in exile since he wag
kicked out as Dictator of the Ve Venezuelan
nezuelan Venezuelan Republic in January.
Accompanying the party was a
man identified as TeO'ilio Parra
Mendoza (apparently an aide to
Jimenez), a governess and a
nurse for the small children.
The group arrived about 11:15
p.m. aboard a Dominican Repub Republic
lic Republic Airliner from Ciudad Trujillo.
It could not be learned if or
when Perez Jimenez expects to
follow his family to the United
States or how long the family
plans to remain here. Accompa Accompanying
nying Accompanying the party were more than
20 large pices of baggage.
CHICKS
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For Delivery March 19
$5.00 per hundred
Ttle&umt 3-4514

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ATTENTION. 0. U just ha
modern furnished apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, he, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT Two-bedroom a a-partments,
partments, a-partments, unfurnished, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, large dining and living
room, separate maid's room with
bath; hot water, and garage. In
high, cool locality, all screened.
El Cangrejo. Office hours 2 2-0321.
0321. 2-0321. After hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT 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 Urge cool apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Three large bed rooms,
each has large closets and bath.
Maid room with toilet and lava lavatory
tory lavatory wash tubs. Also a two
room furnished apartment. $65.
Inquire janitor at 7-7 132 4th
ul 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.
FOR RENT Small furnished
apartment in best residential
area. Near bus stops. 43 rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT Furnished, apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, three
bedrooms, cool. All comfortable.
Via Porras No. 46.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, including
rock-gas and electricity (pri (private
vate (private entrance) 114 Via Balisa Balisa-rio
rio Balisa-rio Porras.
URCHE5
. PETER'S
La Boca
Alfhnnati T o ; ,,i..(
ed, services are still debing held
at St. Peter's church, whim was
established 43 veers aim anon aft
er rnnctvilption rf tr, Unn,
ine attendance kept up well,
nna ineiuoers coming rrom uam uam-lina
lina uam-lina Pamisn Pprfrn Mionol mH
Panama to the services.
fourth Sunday in Lent, commonly
V1 vUUl"lVtT lC
cauea neiresnmeni aunaav. are
morning prayer at 9 and choral
cucharist 10:30 a.m. Celebrant and
nrfcaener at. tup Mionarist wi rip
tne Kev. John Spear, priest in
rnarffe
w-- ova
Ufin is neld in Pedro Miguel eacn
maay morning dt :3i lor tne
""""s a- r;
convenience of members residing
there and nearby. It takes place
lL 1 A K 1-
in me casement ut tiouse sm. Be Beginning
ginning Beginning this month, evening pray prayer
er prayer will be conducted there the
fourth Sunday of each month.
Presently the choir is rehears-
-
ing and plans are underway for
wic uaorei atMnua at 01. 1 cici rt.
American Educators
To Observe USAFI
Procedures In Zone
Dr BrotllerSi ssistant
director for education, United
i'jw.
gcheduled to arrive
- Car;bbean f0r
week',, visit today.
Also visiting the command din dining
ing dining the next week wilj be Dr. Walt Walter
er Walter Agnew, secretary of the Defense
rienartment advisol'v committee
on education and an employe, of1
me Office of Armed Forces imor imor-mation
mation imor-mation and Education: Dr. David
Loekmiller. Dresident of the Uni
versitv of ChattanooKa. Chattano
oga, Tennessee and Dr. Thur.nan
Wnite, dean of the extension divi division,
sion, division, University of Oklahoma, 'Nor 'Norman,
man, 'Norman, Oklahoma.
Brothers during his visit will ob
serve the procedures used in the
BDnlication of USAFI materials at
the various armed forces educa
tion centers rn the Canal Zone and
will coordinatn the local USAFI
branch with the main office in
Madison.
TTnOn rOtrmletion of his business
here, Brothers will fly to Puerto
R;co for similar observations "no
to coordinate USAFi activities
there.
Agnew, in his capacity as secre secretary
tary secretary of the advisory, committee,
will be acting as escort to LocKmu LocKmu-ler
ler LocKmu-ler and White, who arenew mera mera-fcers
fcers mera-fcers of the committee.
Their visit is part of an orien orientation
tation orientation tour to acquaint these new
members with the academic edu edu-caion
caion edu-caion program of the armed ser
vices
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the Bell. Vista Theatre. COIIIN:
Automobiles
FOR SALE 49 DeSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine. Call
Fanamd 3-7882.
FOR SAL! 1954 Chev. 4
door sedan. $800.00. May bo
seen at Qtrs I A, Ft. Clayton,
Phone 87-4140.
FOR SALE Ford, 1955 Coun Country
try Country sedan. Air conditioned,
Fordomatic, sunvisor, tinted
glass, radio, heater, only 15,000
miles. E x c e llent condition.
$1975.00. Quarters 56, Al Al-brook.
brook. Al-brook. As equipped this car de delivered
livered delivered at $3835.00. Oct. 1.955.
Call Donald T. Jones, box 353.
Albrook AFB, C.Z.
FOR SALE J 95 1 Chevrolet.
Very good condition, new tires,
no rust spots. $650.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3580. Leaving for States.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick 4-dr.
Dina-Flo, Radio, Tinted Glass,
Good Condition. $475.00 Phone
84-3184.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford Cus Customize
tomize Customize 4-Dr. sedan, automatic
radio, WSW tires, new uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, Tu-Tone. We take trade
ins. Autos Eisenman, S.A. Tels.
2-2616, 2-496C.
FOR SALE 1948 Pontiac
Fordor. Very good condition,
$200.00. 1511 -A Akee street,
Balboa. Call 2-2675 after five.
Bargain, take advantage ef op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. Wagon "Chevrolet"
Brookwoed 1958 4-door 9 pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, used one week, $750. $750.-00
00 $750.-00 less than cost. We accept car
in exchange, also financed. In
front Coca Cole plant, phones
2-2616, 2-4966, Autos Eisen Eisenman.
man. Eisenman. FOR SALE Model "A" Ford
Sedan. Excellent condition. Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
FOR SALE 1950 Buick Dy Dy-naflow
naflow Dy-naflow 2-rone, new tires, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, new
battery. A bargain at $350.00.
Call Panama) 3-0826.
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet
station wagon, 2 doer, two-tone
powerglide. Fort Kobbe, 84 84-3126.
3126. 84-3126. FOR SALE Ford Custom 300
6 cyl. 4 door with radio, 5500
miles. New car condition. 0861 0861-B
B 0861-B Oleander St. Balboa, Tel. 2-
3307.
FOR SALE 1952 Studebaker,
Commander, coupe $400.00.
Excellent running condition, du duty
ty duty paid. Only run 31,000 miles.
Car was stored for thran nm
Hopkins, house 5453, Diablo near
Commissary. Phone B a I boa
2966.
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"AIRES"
Cameras
9 LiaiiMi
PANAMA COLON
TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
temperature of the sun
only $32.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
call
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Csr or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLIN0ER
representing
Government Employees Finance C.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Pantma City.
Phone 3-49843-41185
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fidanqite Travel Service
Tel. 8-1661

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Home Articles
FOR SALE Mahogany Living
Room Sat. Sofa with 2 chairs.
Tel. 3-6790.
FOR SALE Laundromat Wesf Wesf-inghouse
inghouse Wesf-inghouse automatic, modal 58.
Frice $375.00. Call at Mr.
Rudesheim 2-2451 or 2562,
FOR SALE Dining Room
Set, Wardrobe, Baby Carriage,
Baby High Chair. Via Porras
No. 60.
FOR SALE One pair spun
aluminum floor lamps, glass
shades, $35.00. Two aluminum
Venetian blinds. 4 ft. wide, $4. $4.-00
00 $4.-00 each. 582-A San Juan Place.
Phone 2-1393.
FOR SALE Solid mahogany
drooleaf dinina tihU
$140. Phone Balboa 2-4455.
FOR SALE Leaving country.
Living room, dining room, bad bad-room
room bad-room furniture and other house household
hold household articles. Also Ford Fairlana
1955, 2 door, abort Wave radio,
push-buttom windows. Hi-fj
equipment, 21" Dumont televi television,
sion, television, almost new. Refrigerator
and gas stove. Can he seen all
day Sunday, No. 7, Ave. Coro Coro-nel
nel Coro-nel J. A. Jimenez, Perejil. Apt.
3, second floor. Phones 2-3486,
2-2456.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE 1955 Ariel mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle 650 cc twin, fust like
new. Phone Navy 3929.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE Cabin cruiser, 20
ft., two 30 h.p. outboards, with
trailer. Tel. 3-4955.
Quote Unquote
Quotes From The News
WASHINGTON United Auto
Workers official Donald Rand, aft after
er after being accused by a Senate
Rackets Committee member of
"out-Jimmying- Jimmy Hoffa" in
offering vague testimony.
"I resent the remark. My union
is in a life and death struggle
with Jimmy Hoffa and I think
the. .remark lends support to
Hoffa."
GLASGOW. Scotland Socialist
leader Hugh Gaitskell, comment
ing on the Conservative Party's
loss of its second by-election with
in a month:
"It shows once again how the
government has lost the confi-
Ldence of the country."
WASHINGTON Rep. Clare
Hoffman (R.-Mich.O, in charging
mat tarmers sometimes do not
get a fair price for their onions
aner au tne woric ana expense
tney go to in raising them:.
"It's those Chicago birds, those
city slickers, who get the money."
NEW YORK Bob Hope, de
parting to turn two shows in Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, after glancing at his visa to
enter Russia:
"I don't know Russian, but I
tmnK at tne bottom of this thing
it says, 'Yank, go home'."

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SPACE VOLUNTEER Sue
Evans,' a professional harpist
known in private life as Mrs.
Robert Stivers of New York
City, wants to be the first wom woman
an woman to orbit the earth. Sue said i
in Palm Springs, Calif., that she
had written to Dr. James R. 1
Killian Jr., science adviser to
the President, about her space
ambitions. For her qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications she said she. was very
small, 5' 1" and 102 pounds.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 15 $., babe. 2
motors and trailer. Call 1749,
Balboa.
FOR SALE One electric stove,
60 cycles, commercial type.
$350.00.11 3-1039.
FOR SALE MoncTyo and
Ecuadorian paintings. 2 single
bed springs $10.00 each. 1947
Dodge sedan $150.00. Tel. 2 2-1275.
1275. 2-1275. 6333A Los Rios.
FOR SALE Portable Radio
$15, Golf Cart $10, Beaded
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 type, I transcriber
and cylinder shaver. Quantity of
cylinder rides included. Tel Ft
" Co,"P'' Pe
$275.00.
FOR SALE Hand op,rarea op,rarea-tee
tee op,rarea-tee Cream freezer 6 quarts $8. $8.-00,
00, $8.-00, Westinghouse refrigerator all
?"' p"fte condition
$75.00. Beautiful rug. wool,
beige, like new $70.00. Coffee
percolator, electric, perfect con condition
dition condition $8.00. House 801 5-B,
Margarita, Phone 3-2474
FOR SALE Call im Flynn,
Telephone 3-0623 for your tiek-
Hill 24 Does Not Answer.
FOR SALE Necchi portable
sewing machine, used twice.
Phone Navy 3395.
FOR SALE Lester Spinet pi pi-ano.
ano. pi-ano. Phone 3193, house 2723
Cocoli.
CLAIMS INTERFERENCE
UNITED NATinlMc m v
March 15 (UP) Communist Hun
gary today accused the United
Mates Of attomnHna In ill i
in its domestic affairs by seeking
w uty,ermine me rate of 21 per persons
sons persons who figured in the October
1956 revolution.
u. s. Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge announced yesterday that
Hungary had failed to provide in information
formation information on a list of persons de despite
spite despite an explicit invitation to
make an inquiry.

Caifthl?!? l?n K U?trS0 ground tes's Torrance,
ihi U S Armv-&ak Model 16 VTOL (vertical take takeoff
off takeoff and and) research vehicle, which combines the advan
lLnellCPteartd conventlonal airplane Moble ducfed
M?Jn?Unted' 8J thC Wingtips enable th S revea ed
arstvs sarstt

"SLAUGHTER ON

The story of the men Mid women who fought to smash
the mobsters and the lawless code of the roughest, tough toughest
est toughest docks in the world! See Richard Egan, Jan Sterling,
Dan Duryea and Julie Adams in the picture "SLAUGHTER
ON 19th AVENUE," OPENING NEXT WEDNESDAY AT
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j j Real Estate

St. Petersburg, Florida. Ditch
Diggers Headquarters! We sell
good value. Attractive homes at
reasonable prices. Also can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good ren rentals.
tals. rentals. See TROY HAYES, eo
White RoSinson Realty, Inc.,
Realtors at 121 9th Street
North, Telephone 7-0344.
FOR SALE Three adjoining
lots, Calfe El Condor in Las
Cumbres, can be seen anytime,
4100 meters at 1.60, 2700 me meters
ters meters at .65 and 3200 meters at
.85. Write Box 4331, Panama.
FOR SALE Farm 43 acres
fenced, clear title, running wa water,
ter, water, 6 miles from Chorrera.
Phone Curundu 83-2288.
FOR SALE Three houses, 9th
Street, Pueblo Nuevo. Living-dining-room,
kitchen, bath, 2
bedrooms, porch, garage, front
and rear garden, masonry con construction,
struction, construction, tile floors, "Alumalifa
roo. $6,400.00; $6,300.00 and
$6, 200.00. Make your offer on
initial payment. Call 3-7820.
FOR SALE Beautiful house
at Ccrro Axul, 3 hectares of
land. For information call Mon Monday
day Monday Phone 2-4614 at 8 a.m. to
12:00, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Write
Apartado 902 Panama.
FOR SALE ,3-Bedroom house
and lots at 105 First Street, Las
Cumbres. Best offer. Phone 25 25-3121.
3121. 25-3121. FOR SALE 4 bedroom Cha Chalet,
let, Chalet, call 2-2994.
FOR SALE $5000.00 cash.
Acquire and occupy immediate immediately
ly immediately $30,000.00 4-bedroom. 3
bathroom ocean view modern
house. Hot Water terraces, gar garden,
den, garden, maid's quarters, etc. Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively residential neihgborhood.
Details Panama 3-3319.
BOMB EXPLODES
BUENOS AIRES, March 15 15-(UP)
(UP) 15-(UP) A bomb exploded today in
a third floor apartment where a
group of top followers of ousted
dictator Juan D. Pern were
meeting.
Two of them, not identified,
were injured.se bomb set fire
to the apartment which formerly
was occupied by Peronista Party
Leader John William Cooke, now
living in exile in the Dominican
Republic with Peron.
lOlh AVENUE"

Miscellaneous

A, DIABLO
X J2I1. CRISTOBAL, CZ,
WANTED Furnished
bedroom apartment or houso in
Sod residential district raouired
Lesson
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero
ro Romero 1 Conversational System. Be Be-9'ners
9'ners Be-9'ners and advanced pupils.
Lessons mornings, afternoons
and evening,. 4t of july Ave.
TI-352 .n front of Quarry
Heights.
LOST Siamese cat, vicinity of
La Cresta. Findar will receive
generous reward. Phone 3-6372.

HAPPY MQMENT Col. Hugh P. Osborne, InspeX: Gen General,
eral, General, USARCARIB, is congratulated by hi wif Thursday
upon his promotion from lieutenant colonel to Colonel. The
short ceremony took place in the office of Brig. Gen. Mil Milton
ton Milton I, Ogden, left, deputy commanding geneal of USAR

CARIB, who presented the
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SGT. VERNON A. G ASCII of the 549th Military poliC3 Com Company,
pany, Company, Fort Gullck, receives the Soldier's Medal from CoL
Glnes Perez, Army Atlantic commander, during a review .in
his honor. The sergeant won the award for rescuing ?.
child from drowning during a flood last Nov. 7. On duty
directing traffic around a flooded area, Sgt. Giasch saw
five-year-old Patricia Garvey fall into five feet of muddy
water rushing 'through a drainage ditch. Without hesita hesitation,
tion, hesitation, he dove after her and pulled her to safety, unharmed
except for a few scratches. (U.S. Army Photo)

GARRARD CHANGERS
We now have a good supply of famous Garrard
HI-FI Recordchangers, RC88 & RC98
Special C.Z. Prices!
CASA SPARTON
Central Ave. 26-109 Calidonia

WANTID lU Wik
salesman, part or full lime s-
inj. Apply in writing stating full
HualifitatioiH and enclosing pho pho-rograph,
rograph, pho-rograph, P.O. Box 617 Panama.

WANTID Experienced hand
re help take 50 ft. Auxiliary
cutter to Florida. Yacht "Here
Mau," Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
SERVICES
3-mmure car wash SI, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing ef
iM $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-lsth-
nsian Highway near Sears.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Dependable TV
Service
04 easonable
D eliable
K adio TV
epair
Crawencje,
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Box 1890, Panama. R.P.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served m our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 de Mayo."
CAMERA REPAIRS., All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NA NA-TERS
TERS NA-TERS 103 Colon, 8057 7th
Street.
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Murderer Inspired By Novel
Sends Crime Clue To Police

TURIN, Italy (UPJ-Diabolic",
the unknown confessed murderer
who took inspiration from a dime
mystery book to kill once and pos possibly
sibly possibly twice, may use an explo explosive
sive explosive charge to strike again in the
next few hours, it was feared
here today.
Police officers refused to com comment
ment comment on the case but took no
chances and started a 24 hour
watch around a building in down downtown
town downtown Turin where "Diabolic"
homicide squad feverishly studied
a mystery novel written by Rome
newspaperman Italo Fasan under
the pen name of "Bill Skyline,"
in the hope of picking, up some
clue to the identity of 'Diabolic."
The 16-cent novel, published a
few months ago, tells of a mys mystery
tery mystery killer who wrote letters to the
police and newspapers to inform
them of "perefct crimes" which
he was going to commit or had
just committed.
Based on Fiction
The Turin murderer followed
the same technique and used the
same signature as the fiction kil killer
ler killer "Diabolic."
The first murder of the real
life "Diabolic" came in mid -February
when Mario Giliberti, a
27-year-old worker, was stabbed
to death in his room. No one
noticed his disappearance for ten
days, until the Fiat auto works
sent one of its officials to see why
Giliberti had failed to pick up his
salary.
A few hours before the murder
was discovered on Feb. 25, a lo lo-a
a lo-a letter signed "Diabolic" which
boasted he had committed a per perfect
fect perfect crime.
"If you read this letter care carefully,
fully, carefully, you can find where I com committed
mitted committed my nerfect crime," the
message read.
Alert newspapermen found out
that the last letter nt oanh Una

formed a clear address," Via

ron-xa-iNe-si-20" (20 Fontanesi
Street), where the body was ac actually
tually actually found a few hours later.
Poisoned Drink
Alarmed police investigated the
theorv that niahnll. ...m -i--

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have been the murderer of Anton-

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who dropped dead Feb. 24 after
gulping down a few drops of what
he believed to be mineral water.
It was sodium cyanaide the
poison given another victim in the
novel.
The fiction story ineluded a
number of different ways to kill
from the use of knives, sticks, re revolvers
volvers revolvers and poison to the elabor elaborate
ate elaborate trick of blowing up a villa and
its inhabitants in order to divert
police attention from another

prospective, victim.

Jfoitce feared explosives might
be used today.
Defense Claims
'Savages' Broke Up
Maxlon Man Rally
LUMBERTON, N.C. (UP) A
defense attorney for Ku Klux
Klan Wizard James W. Cole
shouted to an all-white jury today
that "a bunch of savages under
encouragement of North Caro'ina
law officers staged the riot that
broke up a klan rally at Maxton,
N.C, Jan. 18.
Cole, of Marion, S.C., faces up
to two years in prison if convict convicted
ed convicted on charges of inciting a riot.
The klan was routed by whoop whooping,
ing, whooping, yelling Indians who swarmed
into the field shooting rifles, shot shotguns
guns shotguns and pistols. They were an angered
gered angered by klan demonstrations
against Indian families.
"Strip the clothes off those In Indians,
dians, Indians, put G-strings on them and
they were a bunch of savages
that night," the defense said.
"Somebody in Pembroke start started
ed started that riot," said defense attor attorney
ney attorney Charles Nye of Durham. He
charged that, in effect, law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officials winked at the
Indians and refusedto furnish
protection to the klansmen.
Nye said the Robeson County
sheriff had attended an Indian
meeting and told the Indians they
could carry guns. v
Before the defense began its
final arguments, soecial imm-ii.

tor Luther Britt Sr. demimWi

that the jury "render a verdict
that will stop this business before
there is bloodshed in Robeson
County."

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Phillp'f life la filled with braises.
8eAlrs weald leave tote home like new.
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4:30
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CFN MEWS 7:30
Tim McCoy 8:00
Paragon Playhouse 9:00
Men of Annapolis 9:30
Stars of Jazz 10:00
JAMBOREE 10:30
PANORAMA (including 'Tfa 11:00
Big Picture" at 5:45) 11:15
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Amateur Hour
P.erry Como
Highway Patrol
Zane Grey
People's Choice
Hit Parade 38 Dec 57
CFN NEWS
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WINNER of the competition for the best individual cadet, during the Annual Fie'd Night
held last night at Mount Hope Stadium, was Cadet Sfc. Graham Gross, shown here with
Gov. William E. Potter and B. I. Everson, .malor, Air Force Reserve. (VS. Army Photo by
Sp3 Vern Ritchie)
Balboa Boys Make Almos t Clean Sweep
At Annual Junior ROTC Field Night

About 600 proud mothers, fath fathers,
ers, fathers, sweethearts and friends from
both sides of the Isthmus turned
out last night for the annual field
night of the Junior ROC batta battalions
lions battalions from Cristobal and Balboa
High Schools at Mount Hope Stad Stadium,
ium, Stadium, with the Balboa battalion
winning an almost clean sweep.
Cadet Col. Paul Bennett, of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School, was regimental
commander. He is battalion com commander
mander commander of Balboa and became re regimental
gimental regimental commander in a compe competition
tition competition with his opposite number
from Cristobal.
The program started promptly
at 7 p.m. with a review by the
combined battalions in honor o
Gov. W. E. Potter.
Competition was judged by a
group of five officers, headed by
Mai. Olin E. Smith, Operations Of
ficer of the First Battle Group of
the 20tn infantry.
The winners and their awards
were:
Squad competition: Third Squad,
1st Platoon, Company "E" Cristo-
National Elections
In Russia Tomorrow
No Gamble To Party
MOSCOW, March 15 -(UP)-
Nearly 130 million Russians today
prepared to vote in Soviet nation national
al national elections which the Communists
cannot lose.
An almost 100 per cent turnout
at the polls was assured for tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, regardless of the weather, to
mark ballot containing the names
of single candidates running with
out formal opposition.
Party Leader Nrkita K h r u s h h-chev,
chev, h-chev, "campaigning" for reelec reelection
tion reelection to the Supreme Soviet, wound
up his speech-making yesterday.
He did it by saying m a major
address that the Russians were
"unhappy" that "so many Amer
icr1 p"onle are suffering" the ef
tr session.
That could never happen
P ho said, because his Par
ty Ms things under control.
i The surest way for o man to
) keep o secret from his wife is not
j to do it in the first place, onca
sr Or Not
This weather report for the 34
; hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
, prepared by tre Meteorological
; and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 93 83
Low 74 80
HUMIDITY:
High 93 86
Low 52 81
WIND:
'max. mph) NW-17 N-JjO
R.IN (in-hes) o 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 83
PUVDAY, PVF.CH 16
2? 7:09 a.m.
J:39 p.m. 7:40 pan.

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bal, commanded by Cadet Sfc.
John J. Boseman, Jr., first place;
Second squad, 2nd Platoon, Com Company
pany Company "C" Balboa, commanded by
Cadet .Sip Walter. Livingston, sec second.
ond. second. ach member of both squads
were presented with individual
medals by Elks Lodge 1414, re represented
presented represented by James L. Dalton, Ex Exalted
alted Exalted Ruler.
Platoon competition; First Pla Platoon,
toon, Platoon, Company "C" Balboa, com
manded by Cadet Lt. Ricardo Du-
ran, whr is also master of t'e Bal Balboa
boa Balboa drill team. The winning pla
toon was presented With a plaque
and mdivduai notions ny c, w.
Chase, president of the Pacific Civ Civic
ic Civic Council.
Company competitor): Compa Company
ny Company "A" Balboa, commanded by
Cadet Capt. Gtorgt Barbler.
Tht winning company was pre.
serited with 1 plaque and rib rib-bona
bona rib-bona by the Balboa Junior-Senior
PTA, mpresented by Mrs.
Edith Cotton.
The individual competition which
was neid; simultaneously with the
squad and platoon competitions,
was won by Cadet Sgt. Graham
Gross, of Company "B" Balboa.
Cadet Pfc. Luis Feliciano, Com Company
pany Company "E" Cristobal, won second
place, and. third place went to Ca Cadet
det Cadet Pfc. William Archibald, Com Company
pany Company "A" Balboa. The winning ca cadet
det cadet was presented with a medal
Ocean-Shipped Aid
From US To Italy
Over Million Tons
NAPLES, Italy, March 15 (UP)
Italy accepted its millionth ton
of ocean-shipped U.S. military aid
today in this ..port vhere Italy
welcomed American G l.'s as al allies
lies allies 15 years ago.
The U.S. Aircraft Carrier Cone
gidor brought a load of sleek jet
aircraft to top the million ton
mark. The ocean-borne aid was
only part of the $1,800,000,000 of
the defense aid America has (riv
en her Mediterranean av

.MTSir-,i" ProOf Middle Strata
Other aid under the program
has included ships and planes LONDON, Match 15 (UP) Rus Rus-flown
flown Rus-flown directly to Italy, naval iwftisia has started launching more

sailed from America by Ameri

can-irainea Italian crews and mil- uo" we siraiosonere us
itary equipment manufactured jniSmitniks fly so high to record,

Italy under the U.S. offWn p.i
curement Program i
ine Lorregidor was unloading
uue symnouc nr-4r jet in a dock dock-side
side dock-side ceremony here before taking
the nine other planes and other e-
quipmeni around the toe of theJ
uaiy ooot 10 tirlndisi.
End Of Parliament,
General Elections
imminent In Italy
I
ROME, March 15 (UPV-ItUm
senators ana UeDUties headed fnr
I the hustings today with dissolu-'
UOn Of Parliament and psillincr nf
general elections imminent.
The two Houses rppesserl vpcwV
uy uiuii nexi inursoay nut rt ap
neared almost certain that thel
lawmaKers would not get a chance
to sit again in the. present session.
President Giovanni Gronchi was
exDected-tr dissolve both louses
befire the scheduled rjtn: to
work March 20, and then set the
date for. nation-wide elections wiih-
in 70 days.
Parliamentary observers predict predicted
ed predicted the dissolution decree would
corns Monday or Tuesday al
though Grorchi might sijjfial the
end of this Parliament during the
weekend

given by the Reserve Officers As Association,
sociation, Association, representd by B. I. Ev Everson,
erson, Everson, transportation and termin terminals
als terminals director, a major in the Air
Force Reserve.
One other award presented dur

ing the competition was a saber
to the best company commander,
presented by William Bowman,
representing the 4th Degree
Knights of Columbus.
Drills by the special drill teams
from the two high schools closed
the annual field night.
Power Fails. Trains
Stall, As Deep Snow
Hits Northeast U.S.
NEW YORK, March 15 (UP) (UP)-Snows,
Snows, (UP)-Snows, up to two feet deep to
some mountain, areas, covered
muchV-r fth. -Sortheajitern- Uaited
States today, stalled trains and
downed power ltoes.
Weathermen sard the "sphere
of influence of the storm center
is amazingly large."
New England seemed hardest
hit, although Northeastern New
York was warned to .1 o o k for
more snow today and the storm
had dumped two feet over parts
of tne Catskms. Gale warnings
were posted and tides were ex
pected to run two or three fet a
bove normal along the Maine and
New Hampshire coasts.
Five Boston and Maine Railroad
trams, including four passenger
trains with hundreds aboard, were
stalled at Tyngsbiro, Mass., when
a pole fell across the tracks. Pow Power
er Power failures were felt to ma'ny
communities, including Manches
ter, N. H. Highways were plug
ged with snow.
Russia Launching
Rockets In Study
than 100 rockets to get imforma-
Moscow Radio sard today
A broadcast heard here said the
rockets already have been sent
aloft from Kheis Island in the Arc
tic and from the Soviet Antarctic
ship "Ob
The broadcast said valuable in
formation was obtained from the
Sputniks, "but Since they fly at
great heights information about
the lower strata can be obtained
only by launching meteorological
rockets."
They are "particularly good" for
studying the middle strata of the
stratosphere about 30 miles from
th Earth, the broadcast said.
FO'tnt' rOUf tXhlblt
To Open In Colon
Vfirtmn iiakImu
The Point Four exhibit telling
about various projects completed
in progress under the direction of
' auaiiiiuu anu UIUICQ Slates
technicians will have its Colon
'fwwing starting Tuesday. The ex-
niDit win ne on display in win
dows of the Pan American World
Airways on" Avenrda (Bolivar 8103
This exhibit features and enlarg
ed map of Panama, the procla proclamation
mation proclamation issued bv President Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia, and a picture
story of the Coronado family of
El Hi. LJK

t 1 mr'

CADET LT. RICARDO DCRAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dura.i of Panama City, is shown
here with the plaque presepted oy the Pacific Civif Council to the winning platoon in
the annual ROTC Field Night competition. Oov. William E. Potter is on the left. On the
right Is Emmett Argo of the Scottish Rite bodies with the saber which was al3o given to
Duran (U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Vern Rite hie

CADER FC JOHN J. BOSEMAN accepts a plaque as leader of the winning squad in the
annual competition of the ROTC battalions from Balboa and Cristobal High Schooi He
is from Cristobal High School. With him are Gov. Potter, left, and James L Dalton 'ilx 'ilx-Hlted
Hlted 'ilx-Hlted Ruler of Elks Lodge 1414. (U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Vem Ritchie)

Nathan Leopold Boards Plane
Seeking Oblivion, Atonement

NEW YORK, March 14 (ID (ID-Paroled
Paroled (ID-Paroled thrill killer Nathan Leo
pold left by plane early today for
Puerto Rico to begin a new life
as a servant of mankind.
Leopold, released Thursday
from the Joliet, 111., prison where
he had spent 33 years of a. life
sentence for Qie senseless slaying
of young Bobby Franks, received
a eelebrity'a greeting on his ar arrival
rival arrival at New York's International
Airport.
"I am sorry, but as part of my
parole I cannot answer any ques
tions, Leopold to'd newsmen as
photographers took pictures.
He spent almost an of the al almost
most almost four hours of his layover in
New York talking to his traveling!
companion, W. Harold Row, an
official of the Church of the
Brethren Hospital at Casaner, P.
K., where Leopold win wont as
US Sergeant Found
Dead In Tokyo
Murder Suspected
TOKYO (UP) A U. S. Army
intelligence agent who had been
missing since Feb. 4 has been
found dead in Tokyo Bay in cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, suggesting he may
have been murdered, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
An Army spokesman said pre preliminary
liminary preliminary examination indicates
that the agent, a 39 year old
master sergeant whose name was
withhe'd, was dead before he hit
the water.
Authorities at Camp Zama, the
VJ3. intelligence center in Japan,
have ordered an autopsy to de
termine the cause of death. Jap Japanese
anese Japanese police also are investigating
the case.
The spokesman was unable to
confirm Japanese press reportsJ
that the sergeant was investigat investigating
ing investigating Communist activities when he
disappeared.
"There is no definite knowl knowledge
edge knowledge that he was engaged in
cloak-and-dagger work at the time
of his death," the-spokesman said.
No water was found in the dead
man's lungs, making it virtually
certain that he did not drown. His
wallet was missing, suggesting
hat he may have been slain by a
hiei. .-. Ty?i

a $10-a-month hospital technician.

Leopold also telephoned poet
uan aanoDurg, one of the men
who appealed for his release, and
Ralph Newman, a Chicago book
snop operator.
Even before Leopold took 6'f
for what he hoped would be a
trip to oblivion, he was assured
of a warm welcome in Puerto Ri
co.
Samuel R. Quinones, President
of the Puerto Rican Senate, quot quoted
ed quoted Shakespeare in a pre arrival
statement in San Juan.
"Shakespeare answer for Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico," Quinones said. "T h p
quality of mercy is not strained.
it messes him that gives and him
that takes."
Quinones said Leopold will be
helped by Puerto Ricans.
"He can be sure that in Puerto
Rico he shall have what' he de-
Dl .qjuiiiuues saiu. rig na s
suffered and Ihe experience of
suffering shall undoubtedly inspire
him to help those who suffered
in flirt 1f1A L. : i i i.
in the little hospital near Adiun Adiun-ta
ta Adiun-ta s skirts."
Leopold and Row boarded their
plane in New York by a circuit circuitous
ous circuitous route to avoid other passen passengers
gers passengers They got aboard the plane
ahead o" other passengers.
When photographers asked Leo Leopold
pold Leopold to pose, he turned to t he m
without smiling.
French Socialists
Discuss Quitting
Caillard Cabinet

HevSn 15UP,-The po-jP-ese huVewife, Mr StV Mo-Iicy-makin"
nationa eommittno nflchizuk nf nt, L t

the Socialist Party .met today to
consrder pulling Socialist ministers
out of Premier Felix Gaillord s
Cabinet.
-- k,-
Gaillard so far has resisted So
cialist pressure to drop Interior
Minister Maurice Bourges-Maunou-
iy mr lacic oi urmness in handling
Thursday's near-riit of 7,000 Paris
policemen.
T4 1 ..111
iuonsau, uamara yesterday, ou-
siea rouce unief Andre Lahillon Lahillon-ne,
ne, Lahillon-ne, who had refused ti see the po policemen
licemen policemen who massed in front of
his office demanding bonuses for
risks run from Algerian gunmen.
Gaillard named 47-year-old Maur Maurice
ice Maurice Papon to Lahillone's post.

For Puerto Rico
In Mission Work

"Good luck," a newsman shout shouted.
ed. shouted. "Think you," Leopold replied
without turning his head.
Row said Leopold was "very tir tired
ed tired He had tried to sleep on a
sofa in the airport's private wait wait-wf
wf wait-wf rom but was unable to.
while m the waiting room, he
wrote a number of letters
Newsmen noted that though the
nat Leopold was wearing was
UfTt ,a.s shaped in the yie
of the 1920's. He was dressed in
a blue suit, white shirt, dark
Wue tie, black oxfords gray
gaberdine topcoat.
Leopold appeared to be in a
trance as he stood at th
At fZ ? ait"lg t0 be checked.
for S tlme J refused 1 Pose
for photographers but as Row dis-
22Lseem t0 fect to the
Row said r.onrr,M j .,
flight ."f"1" cujoyea tne
IlTJLT to New York
Hn i i 1 DOinerel by the
it,onL sickness that made him
iftn hie n.. t tt . c
mo mo-ill
ill mo-ill MysTeCylhTder
In Japan May Be
From US Satellite
TOKYO, March 15 (UP) Two
Japanese scientists examined a
mysterious object which could be
a part of a U.S. satelhte Explorer
that ame hurtling from the sky
with a bright fluorescent glow.
- i nam. in mi fnr.
ern part of Tnt
he saLd ll was cylindrical in
shape and about five inches long,
it came hurtling out of the sky a a-oout
oout a-oout 7 p.m. yesterday, and land landed
ed landed m an, open space near her
home.
The object was examined by Ja Japan
pan Japan s two leading rocket exnerts
Sadao Murayama of the National
Science Museum, and Prof. Hideo
Itokawa of Tokyo University.
Both agreed that it could be a
!?art of U.S. satellite Explorer.,
But Prof. Itokawa said that he
was more inclined to believe it
was an insulator from a high 'ten 'tension
sion 'tension power equipment.

Recession Worse Meany
Asserts In Tax Cut Plea

WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
-The AFL-CIO told President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower yesterday that unempioy
ment this month will at least
equal the 16-year high of 547300
reached in Fhrnarv lt i A
mere was no hone" far a hnsi.
ness upturn in March.
The federation made public a
memorandum delivered to the
President yesterday jax. whkh it
said that such economic indicators
as ailtn anri stool nktnn- i
, .vijwii,uw UU
Claims for unpmTITnvmpnr honafiu
show the recession has becomp
worse.
It predicted that industrial pro-
falling sharply in recent monthsH
wuuki srww another drop for Feb
ruary when it is anneunced Mon
fjf y- Government sources agreed
me inuex would crop one to three
points.
, hings are not growing bet bet-ter,"
ter," bet-ter," AFL CIO Present George
Meany told the President in an
accompanying letter. "They are
ia fact growing worse."
The AFL CIO submitted the
memo to back up its appeal for
an immediate tax cut. Top feder federation
ation federation officials told the President
a Jh"rsdtay vit that they
would submit the memo to bol bolster
ster bolster their tax reductipn caU.
The White House said the'pres the'pres-ident
ident the'pres-ident turned the memo over to
Dr. Gabr el Hauge, his e2Sng
adviser, for. study by administra administra-tion
tion administra-tion economists. The administra administra-Uon
Uon administra-Uon has put offV decisiSrontax
cuts pending a look at further
economic barometers.
Nuclear Destruction
Necesiary-Irinnan
To Japanese Victims
M:.Fm? Practdent Tru Truman
man Truman told til. iu.nl. t Hi.....'
"w,, cruciion or tneir e 1 1 1
"fthouJ,,,d, f ives
urgent and neparu l
Truman, in reply to a pretest
from the Hiroshima City (ffll
also refined- to retract a itat.
SS P Si""" PrS
gram that nuelaai. f'.j
be used whenever necessary.
HirnSsr revea,e? reeeiPt of the
Hiroshima rpsnlntmn a j
lt"& :5Jy. Ccil, prp,
..6 mC auove statement and
another remark that he felt "no
comnunction" attar a
atomic bombing of Hiroshima and
"vgasaai.
roe resolution- aM th.
President if that is true, 'As'H
gross defilement committed on the
people of Hiroshima and their
iauen victims."
The Truman reply, released yes
i! fi ai news conference m
his library and nuaeiim; stated it
was necessary tor me to remind
me uny uouncn of some histori
cal events."
Noisy Crowd Fetes
Birth Of New Heir
To Monaco Throne
MONTECARLO, Monaco, Moreh
w. (ur j a festive crowed of
3,800 danced around a honfifa in
front of the roval native last
nignt to celebrate the Mrth nf
Prince Albert Alexandre Loui
frerre., heir to the throne of Mo
naco.
They made such a ruckus that
a palace suard shushed them and
asiced them not to wake the ba baby.
by. baby. The eisht-Dound. eleven
prince was born yesterday morn morning
ing morning to Princess Grace Patricia,
once a Hollywood star and f or
the past two years wife of Mona Monaco's
co's Monaco's monarch. M
Prince Rainier proudly annouc annouc-ed
ed annouc-ed the birth of his heir to a
throng gathered outside he palace,
where the cheatnut-haired baby
was born. Rainier held 13-month-old
Princess Caroline in his arms
and raised her, chubby fists In a
victory salute to hej, new broth brother.
er. brother. The birth" of a son to Rainier
and Grace setoff far wider cele celebrations
brations celebrations in Monaco than did Prin Princess
cess Princess Caroline's arrival last year.
The new prince, like his sister,
enjoys dual nationality. Despite his
role as crown prince of his half-mile-square
principality, he also
will be an American citizen until
the age of 23. He must then
choose his nationality.
But unless' he goes to the U.S.
by that time and lives there five
years, he will lose his American
citizenship.
Proud New Father
MILWAUKEE, Wis., (UP) Ed Edward
ward Edward Keifer, a new father, put
up an 18-foot peon sign on the
front of bis hardware store It
reads: "It's a girkje Pftunda 11
ounces."

0 --

Normallyj;
Ploved droi
number of Ibln.
Februanr 1
and March.'
nt Dresu-i
Drably was?
On UU wh.nl
ne told a
l6U onn.M I
month that tie PYiwxti u
ber Of inhlss tn. rtw. :
in the Vrf32L W
, But the-AFJ-CIO said all siens
indicate that th. ik... .1.
hold steady or risp taw
mietc v-iT'-Jr l ;. LiDor econo econo-say
say econo-say believed another
enranks.oi the unemployed this
.In government, one -ffigh. off.,.!,,

the

Jhe Preside

counting

tie p.rri. t,r ct,UJC 16 not in
aS-W-i fcver' notherof-!

akeBcy said 7T?ni governmeat
dL iSL 11 was lmP3lble to
more, trar guess what w,,,i.
emptoyment s what March
for .he Sphelp f0rm tlK ba"S!
Services
W if St Luke's
hi I C. Buecbele
ah.J' at All SouI
Ancon for Jobr VCathedral
Wed arcMfi. hele, re-
Cnal ortionT ia F,Mm
tot. tiuechej
o J, died last
New York.
.who was M vo.,:
month in Albaiiy,'
i.Vr?n Peterson, Dean rf
family havered thT"
be at" ?d that no flowera
contribute tn thl A."
M iluu.'i wnn HMfik
M 0 r-. T vancer f und.
.He iniw th.T ,"T".
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also.workeirM STZJS
Pteito. Canal cJZZ,m" "5
Hooe
Leaves Copenhagen,
WIN Tour Moscow
COPENHARFM n .
March isTiipT i
onut of mirth, took off on the
last, stage pf his mission to Mi
cow today after Muscovite weath weather
er weather conditions delayed him here.
Hope had been due in Moscow
jsieraay Dut oaa weather three
times delayed hi flight i- tt
104 jet airliner of th a... I
uui Ainine.
Hope and his public relations
secretary Miss Ursula Hallorai
arrived nere yesterday morning.
Last night the American actor
attended the floor show in Copen Copenhagen's
hagen's Copenhagen's swankiest nightspot "At.
lantic Palace" where Josy and
Paul Delmes, nude dancers, are
the main attracttion on the car,d,
The afternoon Hope spent on a
visit to a local art gallery.
Hope toured the town almost
unnoticed just as he exneeteri tn
do it in Moscow. Onlv a few Dan.
ish fellow pedestrians .recognized
tne tamous actor.
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