The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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SSrt YEAR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 17. 1958 1V

After Months Of

VANGUARD HITS SPACE ROAD
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., March 17 ( UP) The Navy triumphantly hurled a neW
American satellite into space today in the nose of aVanguarri which overcame past
failure in the bursting flame of a spectae ular launching.
President Eisenhower made the victor ious announcement that the United States
had put a new baby moon into orbit aroun d the earth. It will be called Vanguard I.
After one crushing disappointment after another, the Vanguard, a pencil-thin
thin? of silvery beauty, cast off the mantle of frustration and with a roar of triumph
hurtled straight up into the Florida fckies.
In Washington a top government scientist disclosed that the Vanguard has put
two objects in orbit the 5 pound baby moon and the third stage rocket weigh weigh-big
big weigh-big afiout 50 pounds.
"I want to emphasize that we put two objects into. orbit with total weight in
excess of 50 pounds," Dr. John P. Hagen, chief of the Vanguard project, told reporters.

Some two hours and 30 min minutes
utes minutes after the 7:18 a.m. launch launching,
ing, launching, the official announcement
was made from Washington that'
the Navy had accomplished what
It dared not hope for the or orbiting
biting orbiting of a new moon in the
The announcement freed anxi ous
wajtchers at Cape Canaveral
of Ions; weeks of tension ten ten-si6n
si6n ten-si6n that had built up through
two actual Vanguard launching
failures find a third "scrubbine."
The news touched off a wild
celebration in the blockhouse
haffl by the Vanguard launch launching
ing launching platform.
The nation's Chief Executive
used' Just fwo rhort sentences tc
make known to the free worid
the results of the isWy jwwat
and toil that went into today s
launching.
Vanguard I Joined Explorer I,
fired by an Amy 3vxHtta-C m.a m.a-sile,
sile, m.a-sile, and Russia's Sputnik II m
the great mysterious chasm of
The President said he had Just
been lniermea vwk
vehicle has been placed in orbit
,nrt the earth, by the Van-
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To frneslito, Wile
As spiritual leaderof the Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic Churph in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Archbishop Francteco Beck Beck-mann,
mann, Beck-mann, yesterday morning at the
San Miguel Church, expressed a
vote of public thanks to Presi President
dent President dt la Guardia, his wife,
prd all persons, civic and gov governmental
ernmental governmental entities in Panama
and the Canal Zone, who aided
in the rehabilitation of the San
Misuel fire victims,
The Archbishop's sermon eu eu-larrlzed
larrlzed eu-larrlzed the record time in .which
the rfe la Guardia administra
tion had furnished provisional
shelter for hundreds of persons
many of whom, he Observed, are
more "comfortable today than
they were before ihe January
disaster."
He said he hoped this govern-
nisntal action would extend to
. other" areas of national problems
, so as to assure to an the people
of this countrv social as well as
spiritual welj-being.
Msgr. Beckman acknowledged
. it "a special privilege" to have
been asked by the residents of
i the Santa Cruz townsite to of of-i
i of-i ficlate at the riites of thanks thanks-!
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"The orbiting is part of a
series of tests which will be
conducted prior to the launch launch-in?
in? launch-in? of Vanguard satellites as
part in the United States'
participation in International
Geophysical Year," the Presi President
dent President said.
Hagen announced that the
Navy will "try very soon" to
put into orbit the reeular 21 Vj
inch scientific satellite, which
originally was scheduled for
launching by March 1
Hagen said that Vanguard I,
which went into orbit this morn
ing, will circle the earth "for a
preat many yeprs certainly
five or 10 years."
H said it !s circling the earth
at a: speed of 18.000 to 19,000 mph
and is taking about 135 minutes
to complete each trip around the
earth.
In its orbit around the earth,
Vanguard I reaches a maximum
height of 2500 miles and comes
as close as 400 miles above the
earth, according to very rough
preliminary calculation.
If this proves to be apprbxlm
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lpares
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mum altitude of 1575 and mini
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Explorer J,
Hagen said both miniature ra
dlo transmitters in Vanguard I
are "oneratintr successfully."
One is operating on 108.00 me megacycles.
gacycles. megacycles. The other sending" sig sig-rials
rials sig-rials on 108.03 megacycles.
Hagen said the Satellite will
transmit radio signals "for a
long. Ion while" because one
of the transmitters works on
US Mooitshooters
WASHINGTON. March 17 (UP)
The Defense Department has
given a go-ahead' to an effort to
shoot a roeket to the moon "not
too many months ahead." Army
Secretary Wilber M. Brucker re
vealed last night.
He did not say which military
service or services Will make the
attempt. But he hinted stronely
an Army Juniter Will be yie ini initial
tial initial blast-off rocket.
Informed military sources said
the moon rocket no doubt will be
a multi-stage missile With the
Juniter acting as the first stage.
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likely any rocket fired at t;
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sun's light for then power.
BV monitoring the two fre
quencies, Hagen said, scientists
win &e able to neremme-'.
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satellite.
Hagen said; it was not until
E3S a.m. or two hours and 19
iantes after the firing at Cape
Canaveral, that scientists were
sure the satellite was in orbit
1 At that time, he said, the sat
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near the end of its first east east-bound
bound east-bound trip around the earth.
"It was not until then that we
were sure it was in orbit," Hagen
said
Get Green Light
In the first official disclosure
that the much talked-about
Hioflra project has been given a
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heared to intimate !n a television
interview that the rocket would
not be shot directly at the moon
but only in its general direction.
Qualified sources close to
Brucker said, however, the sec-
etary meant the rocket shot
would be "to the moon."
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U said the Army is preparing to
launch a second Explorer satel satellite
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Asked if the launching will be
attempted this' week, he replied,
frouYe getting close."

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Bid To Aid
Diablo postmaster William
Halvosa had a close shave yes
terday afternoon when he dived
oil a disabled auxiliary ketcn to
rescue a Canal Zone school schoolteacher.
teacher. schoolteacher. Miss Christine Odom Gibson of
Ft. Kobbe was knocked over overboard
board overboard by the mainsail boom of
the 30-ft. pleasure craft Robert
E. Lee while she was maneuver maneuvering
ing maneuvering off Taboguilla island.
Halvosa, 42, and the 32-year-old
Miss Gibson were swim swimming,
ming, swimming, floating, and treading
water in a rough sea for two
hours before the disabled ketch
could come within rescue dis distance.
tance. distance. Darkness was coming on as the
ketch after repeated tacks a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the wind came within
range of the two swimmers.
Alfred Krausnlck, another
member of file boating party.
dived overboard with a line and
brought Miss Gibson. She was
found to be unharmed.
RP Manganese Ore
Heads For Stales
The amount of manganese ore
shipped from the Republic of
Panama on Saturday aboard the
Danish freighter London was a a-bout
bout a-bout 2000 tons, the shp's agent,
Femie & Company, said today.
The vessel carrying the ship shipment
ment shipment for the Rosario Mining
concern -sailed for Mobile, Ala.
The ore will go to a.Birmingham
steel mill. It was the first to be
exported from here.

Taught Him Bullfighting In A Hurry?

Mercy Liner

Can tint las

CANTINFLAS, bullfighter extraordinary, came to town
yesterday and subjected the toros to about every surprise
that can befall a fighting bull short of a ride in that
"Sound the World in 80 Days" balloon basket, while most
bullfighter's pant; are short from waist to knees, Cantin Cantin-flas'
flas' Cantin-flas' pants are short from the dirt to well south of the
Waist. Left, he captures not quite all the dignity and ele elegance
gance elegance of the corrida. The Suit of Lights? That must have
gone off Saturday nif ht with the rest of the lights. Below,
the perfectionist ritual of the bullring veronicas, mano mano-letinas,
letinas, mano-letinas, rumbas and the Charleston.

Dives From

Tecrcher Knocked Overboard

Halvosa, who suffered a back
injury Jseveral years ago, had
shipped; quite a bit of water dur during
ing during his ordeal.
Krajusnlok gave him artificial
respiration. Later Halvosa was
ordered to Gorgas Hospital where
he was iaaid to be suffering from
shock, but he is not on the seri seriously
ously seriously ill list.
The Robert E. Lee Is the
property of Robert Knapp, who
works on the Pacific side looks,
and his brother, Zeno, who is
employed by the Navy. The
craft's: engine failed off Tabo-,
guiilm about 4:30 p.m.
The mainsail was hoisted for
the win home, which had barely
started .when Miss Gibson was
knocked overboard.
Zeno JCnapp said today that
that those aboard the ketch are
more accustomed to maneuver
ing BOer-craft than sailboats.
Hence it Probably took him long
er to come about and beat their
Pedrfc Miguel Boy
Missing; Police,
Dad Join Search
Ten-yfar-old Clarence Hay
wood, of Pedro Miguel, is the ob
ject of a search by his father
Christopher Haywood and Canal
Zone awtiorities.
The Panamanian boy was
wearingidungerees and a blue
shlrfwM9 last seen at Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel rauroad station about 5 p.m.
yesterd

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Disabled Ketch

way back to the swimmers than
skilled sailors might have taken.
while the ketch was tacking
gasoline-soaked rags were burn
ed as a distress signal.
The signal was picked up by
the motor cruiser Tony A. whicn
was off Taboga.
The Tony A. brought Hal Halvosa,
vosa, Halvosa, Miss Gibson, two other
teachers, Miss Annie Laurie
Laurie, and Miss Jane Wooden
and Zeno Knapp to Balboa.
No sharks were seen in the
vicinity at the time of the inci
dent.
Zeno Knapp remarked today
that even after they had gotten,
Halvosa and Miss Gibson aboard,
"We mieht still have been in
serious trouble had the Tony ,A
not come to help us."
Cancer Committee
Planning Priority
System For Exams
The Canal Zone Cancer Com Committee
mittee Committee announced today that it
soon -will send questionnarics to
all women who have attended its
special educational program.
From answers to the question questionnaires,
naires, questionnaires, the committee will set up
a priority system for giving its
free physical examinations to
those women whose symptoms in indicate
dicate indicate that an examination should
be given without delay.
Appointments for women who
have no symptoms, but who de desire
sire desire a precautionary, annual phy physical
sical physical examination, as recommend recommended
ed recommended by the committee, will follow
as soon as possible thereafter.

Southern Cross Brings

Badly Burned Crewman

From Crippled Arosa Sun

A crewman aboard the

was seriously burned Saturday in an engine-room ejwlo-

siun wmie rne snip was orr tartagena, Colombia, was
brought to the Canal Zone today aboard another passen passenger
ger passenger liner, the Southern Cross.

When the Southern Cross arrived off Cristobal break breakwater
water breakwater about 4 a.m., the condition of Ernst Winseman, 28,
a German, was so serious that it was decided not to trans transfer
fer transfer him to a local vessel while the ship was in the bay.
Instead he was taken off at GatunAocks, while the South Southern
ern Southern Cross was transiting. An ambulance brought him td
Gorgas Hospital.

Meanwhile William T. Boyd of Boyd Brothers, agents
for the Arosa Sun, said he had no details of th nrridtnt

Nor did he know whether the

DaiDoa, or wnar rurure plans will be made for her 217
passengers.
The Panama Canal's salvage tug Taboga sailed yes yesterday
terday yesterday to tow in the Arosa Sun, expected to reach Crist6 Crist6-bal
bal Crist6-bal Wednesday or Thursday. Boyd said th tug was due
to make contact with the ship around noon today

The 16.231-eross-ton Arosa Sun
flies the Panamanian
Iavtriutii lush o Derate
Arnsa line which has
quarters in Bremernaven, oer
many.
First reports to the German
headquarters said that two crew crewmen
men crewmen were injured.
No passengers were hurt.
The Arosa Sun had picked up
its cruise passengers in Miami
and was making a tour of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean ports.
No details were available today
nt th mid-ocean transfer to the
Southern Cross which is en route
from the United Kingdom on a
round-the-world voyage.
Thp southern Cross is due In
Balboa about 4:30 p.m: with 750
passengers and is scneauiea io
sail at 6 a.m. tomorrow of Tahiti
and other ports.
Ccnal) Consultants
Briefed by Potter
A group of consultants sent
down to make special studies for
the Merchant Marine and Fish-
prlps pnmmit.tfie of the HOUe Of
Representatives arrived in Pan
anui over tne weeicena.
This morning they went. Into
a brieflne session at Balboa
Heights with Gov. W. E." Potter
and other oniciais. rney are to
visit numerous localities in con conjunction
junction conjunction with their study of the
whole auestion of lnter-ofceanls
canals, both here and elsewhere.
The consultants are stopping
at El Panama Hilton.
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whether the luxury hotel should
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Ten persons have attempted
suicide so far this month ac according
cording according to reports by the Pan Pan-aam
aam Pan-aam Secret Pplice.
Several methods have been
used in the suicide attempts, in including
cluding including the drinking of gasoline,
the reports said.
Three persons were killed arid
17 Injured over the weekend in
and around Panama City.,
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old Panamanian Emiliano Caba-.
Hero, who drowned yesterday 57
ternoon in a pool in the MirS MirS-flores
flores MirS-flores borough, off the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway.
The other deaths were two
children who were burned to
death in Limones, Capira, when
a group of them set fire to some
bush in a field.
The injured were hurt in auto"
accidents.
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CANAL ZONE SCHOOLS

Sir:

Now I've been reading with interest the various Mail Box
epistles dealing with Canal Zone schools the need for new
ones built on safer sites and the need for renovation of existing
ones which appear to be hot, overcrowded and downright miser miserable
able miserable generally.
I think I can claim to be an impartial observer in this fracas
since I have no children and no member of our family is in the
school teaching business. What's more we don't pick up our
mail at Balboa Heights or fraternize with the Building brass.
So I shall put in my two cents' worth and say that I feel our
educational setup should get a thorough overhaul and steps ta ta-en
en ta-en to see that our young people get a chance to learn the three
It's in something. like comfort.
I But it is mv firm belief that Uncle Sam showd steflbjnto the

TJicture. I don't feel Joe Zonlan should ;jh.ave P rtf bill,

along with commy losses and other routinf monetary burdens.
. Just what do we get for our tax dollars anyhow?
. Observer
B.H.S. vs. ALBROOK

t The clear solution to the vexed Issue of the Albrook runway

And Balboa High School is for us to eliminate both education
and the Air Force here on to Canal Zone
ov irnrvkinir nut a few walls and partitions, the school could

lie converted into the largest bingo hall in the area. By elimi-

Jating classes the Kids coma spena an ineir scnuoi tune, Kb
nd other extra-curricular avctivities, unhampered by crummy

n.HminfttiAir the Air Force vou make the Navy happier

fhan It's been any time since Billy Mitchell's courartial
f Peace It's Wonderful

PRATER, FASTING AND SHORTAGES

fir:

t n..t th Trai Rater has been the butt of every

shabby injustice in the Canal Zone. Now it Is the great $17,000
ilus inventory shortage. Again the Local Rater is the fall guy.
This injustice hurts deep down to the very-Mly.
As in the past, theUS Rater goes scot-tree of blame. The
white man doesn't steal,, he merely takes; When a white man
to caught taking he goes to Gorgas hospital for observation. On Only
ly Only the Local Raters steal. A y
T The shortage In the commissaries is due to a combination
of bad management, overworked Local Rate employes, cheap i-
f HlSSShleh brings In a' great profit yearly to
the commissaries goes like this: A Local Rate cashier s bank
Ihorts five, 10 r 20 dollar. (This Is what you are told, and
voS havefto way 1T finding out whether it is so $ not The
lashiw must pay the shortage. If it is over $10 she can do so
mstalments He check is being held up by a US Rate cash cashier
ier cashier who in turn takes out the amount owed, or the Instalment on
it This makes the US Rate cashier over by that amount. Where
does that money go?
f There should be an employe fund whereby shorts should be
made up from overs. Of course, If a Local Rate cashier is con consistently
sistently consistently short she should be replaced.
J if we place the overs at one Commy at an average of $50 a
their good work. Don't
ile down on the job. Give the boss 100 support. Bear neither
hatred nor grudges. Relax. Continue to do good.
. You ask whether! the situation mus i remain the same or
Whether you can do something about it. The answer is that you
KTnothlng. The union can do nothing. The government
fcan do nothing, Mr. Ferguson can do nothing. But w (
There are no buts with God. Join me in 15 days of prayer
and fasting for release from this bondage. I will be praying each
day at 6 a.m., 12 noon and p.m. Pray while you Work. Pray
Jn your heart; If you fast, pray in your lunch hour. If you can cannot
not cannot fast, pray double. (Mark 11, 22 to 26).
' I extend this appeal to all churches, local and abroad, to re remember
member remember the Local Raters In their prayer meetings. i
' Remember that God aiiswers prayers in His own way.
1 1 Jt Peacemaker
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By ROBERT C. RUARK

I have read with more than pas

sing interest that a Mrs. Cornelius

Vanderbilt Whitney has asked a

tiny 15 grand a week as tempora

ry alimony form poor Mr. Whitney

as me price oi ner oisencnant-
merit.

She also asks $150,000 for law

yers fees, and I rise to remark
that any lawyer who can secure
the lady the sum of $780,000 a
year, plus iees, plus house, is
earning his money, no matter what
the stab tor counsel.

The chances are that Mrs. Whit

ney, whose ex-everioving is now
married to another gal, will not
reap this golden harvest, but the
idea that she asked is rather more
than staggering.

Certainly, a wife is entitled to

some compensation lor the best
years ox her lile "if she's put in
enough time, sepecially if she has
no'skiil or career or there are chil children
dren children to rear, but the business of
punitive alimony has laways an annoyed
noyed annoyed me. (As I am reaching for
20 years this summer with the
same broad, I grind no personal
axe.)
Womankind in recent years has
yowled like a tortured tomcat for
equality of all sorts business
wise, socialwise, and otherwise.
But the second Mama starts

slopping around the nest ennush

to drive Papa out into the night,

one iiuucis iHJur-uu e gin ana im immediately
mediately immediately calls in a herd of law

yers to take the old man for his
pants and shirt.

Perhaos if Pane is nanoht..

boy and deserves to get divorced,
he owes Mum a decent living aft after
er after he's rushed off with the red-head.

But there is always the off off-chanie
chanie off-chanie that what made Papa a
naughty boy might be founded in
the fact that he Dlain iust drrln't

like Mama enough to hang a
round the lodge any longer.
I should imagine the likes' of
C. V. WhitnpV as 9 nrantinina mil

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lionaire, can afford anything they

nana on mm, Dut i aon't see why

a guy siiouiq get penalized for just
being rich.

I also don't reallv p whore w.

al counsel is worth a lone, rnaran

yard and a half in thousands un

less mere is a definite e'fort to
take the disenchanted hubby for
oil .li..... ui. S a

a, uwauie iranic. 1 Know all
about hardshio eases, but nobody
really needs 15 grand every s.

ven days to keeD the wnlf nut

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"Last One In Is Out"

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

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; I remember1', resigned from the Panama Canal on April 1,
1914, with a very bad case of asthma, and AhftjHnall group to see
me off decided two clean shirts would be all I needed.
, t atili neeri a few more shirts, and March 23 I will complete

to first, or vears and feel eood enoueh to run a foot race, only

ly feet are slow in moving and it takes two sticks to guide me

I'm looking for a few to gather around that cake daughter

has, and pernaps a lew ims or "huu- or r-aiswii no ijuue oi,
' ffittty opinion the poorest brew on earth.- - -.
There's stHl a little frost In the air and that ground hog re refuses
fuses refuses to come out. Look for a bunch of Panama Americans be before
fore before that time to pass around. My old friend Mads came over
from Hilltop and cleaned me out last week.
Daughter's just brought in, to show me a nice cabbage ahe
paid two cents a pound for. Some things re, still cheap.
I put in 31 years in Boquete and left-the place well stocked
with navel oranges that I am told have produced a juice factory.
Tht navel oranges In the valley here haven't the flavor, nor the
Juice nor the. color inside that those in BOquete have.
. Thanks to Mr. Arango for the clipping. I fear no one can
i take the place of poor Mr. Haskins. Old Bill is another good one
that has passed away. The medico down on the corner still has
' me on the century list.
Wish to say here that the depression is not hitting us as we
have too much road and other public work a big highway sys system
tem system and B60 roadside parks to look after.
Will see what I can dig up for next week.
Pop Wright
PANAMA'S JtJVENILE DELINQUENCY
iir:

It took something like the killing of a policeman for the

powers that be In Panama City to start doing something aDout
juvenile delinquency. -r-

For some time now I have been wondering why the police

uiuuv uu ouiiKwiiuj auuub uje nuoiDcr oi xeenage ooys ana gins
who frequently get insolently and disgustingly drunk in bars at

ait nours oi me nignt.
Although parents come in for a greater portion of the
blame, bar owners who allow this sort of thing to go on time
aafl again in their establishments are also largely responsible for

aging ucuxiqucncy.
I go along with the idea of barrln minors from seelne crime

movies and from being able to purchase comic books which
graphically depict the commission of crime with all the grue gruesome
some gruesome details, but I think much more should be done by schools,
parents and civic organizations working in close cooperation with
the government to provide wholesome entertainment and activ activities
ities activities aimed at building moral character and imbuing youngsters
with more ambition.
Let's hope that something is really going to be done this
time toward solving the problem of juvenile delinquency in
Panama.
Hopeful

Washington

Ierry-Go. Round

By BMW flAMQM

Walter Winchell In New York

Mr. and Mrs. United States

In the matter of career ladies,
I see no real reason why a di divorced
vorced divorced doll should get a cent from
her husband.

Certainly, aeain. she's ontiriert

to half of what they bui't togeth together,
er, together, from "furniture to the current
baik account, but to punish him
because his grandpa had talent

ana riggea up a fortune seems
rong. Ajid to take jilm for his
future earning potential seems
wronger.

if I ever got unhooked from mv

crown of thorns, I should endeavor
to cut the books and the dogs
and the piano down the middle,
hack the bank account in two parts
and give the fugitive her choice
Of the furniture. I should also
take an avuncular interest in her
non-starving future.
But if she hit me the big blow,
t WOUld do a verv aimnlo thin

I .would run away, not do any

wo, ana aety the lawyers to find
me in Tahiti. Tn wor'l miht

miss a lot of dubious irtemfnrn

but the firm of Habeas, Corpus,'
and Lynchlaw would grow no richer.

As the business ttt aovnai

hty stands today, I gee no reason
why women should not pay alimo alimony
ny alimony to men, especially if they are
possessed of a knack for making
a buck. 6

My nersonal wsnfen i.

business, for instance. Why should
she not keep me in high style aft after
er after all these vears that TV

gered into print? I'm tired, ho-

mcj. i jusi aon t want to work
no more.

Kidding aside, the divnrro i sure

are awful archaic, and in the brave
new world of outer soace and the
fresh fashions from Paris, the old

rates no Better than a dead
heat, to be based entirely on need,
not vengeance.

The unsatis actor v wif h9i k...

e.atin fSe for years, wbile Paoa

siavea. mere is ro need to guar guarantee
antee guarantee her future, it she can't earn

ucr cep in uie nome.

rilHiSeJeJr' Ve- 4

MUSIC MAKER A beauty!
who brought her own music to
the beach, 'Judith D' Andrea
shakes her maracas while ca cavorting
vorting cavorting at Miami Beach. The
gourd-like instruments are of

Only a very few, experts realize

n Dut our country is on the verge
of the greatest constitutional crisis

n its history. The headlines are

misleading the country into be-

lieving that it is a fight over the

reorganization of the Defense
Dept. That is merely the surface

struggle. Beneath it is the offered

new concept that Congress can

sign a blank check for any Gov

ernment department including De
fense without directing where it
goes. The issue, therefore, is not
whether any department gets a

blank check but whether Con

gress has the constitutional pow

er to give it at all. There are men

on both sides of the aisle on Ca-.

pitol Hill today Republican and

Democrat who will tell you that

me nrsi oiank eneeff uonffess ev

er signs for any Government dept.
will not be an appropriation bill-

it will be the death warrant of the
Congress itself.

That's why the coming fight
on the Hill will be to the death
the death of. our oldest consti constitutional
tutional constitutional principle or the death
of the now usurping on. The
fight will not be at the barri barricades
cades barricades nor at the bloody angles.
It will be by debate and vote.
3ut tht effect on ourcountry will
not'' be less deadly. Because, if
fhi Congress loses, it will, like
the Reichstag, have voted itself
our of useful existence.

It is an American tradition that

every crisis produces the man to

solve it. This crisis is so deep that

it has produced two: Congress

man Carl Vinson (Democrat of

Georgia), Chairman of the House

Armed Services Committee, and
Republican whip Leslie C. Arends

of minors. These statesmen have

dropped all party lines to defend

the basic principle that the Amer

ican people, xne tnanxiess and

desperate fight they are waging

will bring them no monuments. If

the fight is won, America will con

tinue as a country having Armed

Forces; if they lose, it may fol

low the European pattern where 000 American, casualties to correct

the Armed Forces think of them

selves ? having a country.

The amazing thing is that the
American people are not amazed

at the turn of events. Why do we

have to have a Vinson to tell us
that the Weimar Constitution of
Germany was patterned on ours
and that Hitler was able to twist it
into the Nazi swastika by simply

giving the chief of the army High
Command unlimited funds beyond
the control of the Reichstag? On
that issue you would think 350,000
White Crosses and Stars of Daviu
speak for themselves. And why

does Senator Symington have to

yell that the refusal of the Defense
Dept. to apply the sums voted
for the purpose Congress intended
is already hereand that,,tJ(is the
moST dladly threat to 'civilian' con control
trol control in this 20tW Century? Our ad ad-mittedly
mittedly ad-mittedly defenseless skies prove
his point.

Why does a selfless American
like Leslie Arends, Republican
whip, put aside all other consider consideration
ation consideration to uphold the banner of Con

gressional control? The answer is

the same lor tnem asit is lor you.
Threv have children and grandchil

dren and they know the second
the purse strings go out of the
hands of Congress, they will be become
come become the hangman's rope around

the Statue of Liberty's necK.

Already, the pre'sent state of the
Constitution is enough to wither

the stntues of the founding fath fathers.
ers. fathers. For example, the Constitutiin
provides that the Congress alone

shall declare war. mut me iaci is,
the Coneress has never declared

war: In every case, it has declared
that war already existed because
the Executive branch had thrown
the Armed Forces into action. A-

gain, it will astonish most Amer
ip-ins to learn that the Slate Dent

consented to Japan's grabbing of
Korea back in 1904. By Constitu

tional threat? No, by secret Exe

cutiye agreement and it took 100,

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Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS

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34 Gated
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37 Last
38 Glacial snow
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53 Past
54 Dish
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57 Idea (prefix)
58 Misfortunes
59 Worm
60 Skin (suffix)
61 Suffix
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11 Morning
moistures
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muffins, for
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that lapse of Constitutional Law.

Moreover, it will shock most
Americans to learn that the pub published
lished published national budget once the
absoluto bedrock of integrityis
now false. Why? Because with
the consent of a few leading peo people,
ple, people, hundreds of millions cif dol dollars
lars dollars are concealed' under false
titles for secret intelligence pur purposes.
poses. purposes. All of these clevises may
spell out the terrific pressure of
the times; but they else spell out
that the American people are
losing control of Jkkk, gov't. And
if Congress abdicates control of
its appropriating power, it will
be only a metier of time before
the American people rose control
of their gov't completely.

This writer can well sympathUa

with them. When, ten years ago

this column urged 70 air groups,

and Congress appropriated the

money for them, the great brains

across the Potomac cut them down

to 41 on the ground that full de

fense might lead to rationing. Iow

120 aren't enough. The same "school

of thought now wants to grVe one

man as yet unnamed (and by sta

tute yet unborn) the power td cut

the Fleet, whittle away 'he Army,

abolish the National Guard, ground

half the Air Corps and sketeto

nize the Marines without a word

of public debate. The method s all

too deadly simple. All you have to

do is to secretly cut the appropria appropriation,
tion, appropriation, by someone not rospimsible

to the people. It is a quiet death

bv comma and semicolon, see

what I mean? ironic any enugn u

precedent holds true, the unknown!

oerson and his few unknown as

sistants (who will make tnese ae-j

cisions behind closed doors) as ot
this time orobably haven't hail

two weeks of actual combat ex

perience between them.

After 20 vears in this struggle,

this reporter can tell his 'fellow
Americans the only really hard

Llessons the 20th.C(Vtury Caches:

When it comes to war, there ts no
second money. You can't place or
show in the power game. Vou e'lh e'lh-er
er e'lh-er win or lose. And no body of peo people
ple people have a better understanding of
this than the civilian Congress
that body of Government closest

to the neonle.

His opposition is trying to point
Chairman Vinson as a man who

wants to keep closest to the na nation's
tion's nation's pocketbook. His long and
magnificent record however shows
he is closest to the American peo

pie's heart. His mtejrity speaks
fofc itself: What he would die to
protect from the country's ene

mies ht most certainly wouin nev nev-e1r
e1r nev-e1r vote away to even its closest so so-called
called so-called friends because he believes
it belongs tothe American people.
This is still a free, country. You

don't have to stand around with

your hands in your pockeU wniie
the Hon. Vinson, .Arends, Sy.ning-

ton and Kilday fight for your
rights. You can use your mitts,

too. and this reporter upends tn.

Tn the Hon. Carl Vinson. Leslie

Arends, Stuart Symington and
Paul J. Kilday: To the best of

mv ability. I'll heln defend your

powers of appropriation as part of

the name creat OOCUmeni which

ouarantees me a free tyoeweriter

And by virtue of no power wh?t wh?t-soever
soever wh?t-soever in me vested,, I hereby ap appoint
point appoint you to the most honorable
title any American could wish:
Fighting Watchdogs of the United

States Constitution

HAD HIS DEER J,
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (UPi (UPi-William
William (UPi-William Moore of West Olive was
sentenced to five days in jail foi

killing a deer out of reason. Con Conservation
servation Conservation officers gave th3 vem vem-son
son vem-son to the sheriff, and it w.is on

the prisoners' menu the five days 111

nnonimiiun mis town is

full oflobbyists. hey are a dime
a dozen in the halls nf r.nn-.

and the cocktail lounges of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Some are out to --get tax

Lumressions ior me life insurance
companies. Some are out to pro-

luuvu more reaerai Dousing appro appropriations.
priations. appropriations. Some are out to block
oil imports into the United States

But none of them fcre out to lob-

oy ior tne children of the United
States.
in li .

r or apDroximatelv in veers

there has been talk about passing

a acuuui dlu, dui only taut no ac action.
tion. action. Chief reason for the lack of
action: no lobby us pushing a

school bill.
Children aren't lobbyists, and
most teachers aren't either. Up
until this year their- National Edu Education
cation Education Association has been sitting
on its heels in Washington, twid twiddling
dling twiddling its intellectual thumbs -without
taking an energetic stand on
school aid.
What thev don't realize is that

the big highway bill for $18 bil billion
lion billion was passed because of lobby lobbying
ing lobbying by the Teamsters Union, the

mg tire and truck companies, the
oil and gasoline companies. Thev

combined into a lobby which Con

gressmen couidn t resist.
Teachers could do the same.
They could get the Carpenters U

mon, wnose members need em

ployment, the Bricklayers Union,

the other building trades, the

building contractors, to combine

m pushing a school construction

bill.
Sen. Lyndon Johnson goaded the
administration into action on a

public works program. Public

worKs are needed to end the de depression,
pression, depression, and one of the most im important
portant important public works built in
Roosevelt's day was school build buildings,
ings, buildings, i
Note Harry Truman once said:
"The public doesn't have anyone
to lobby for them." Ike, however,
isn't doing it in regard to schools.
"NO AUTOGRAPH" IKE
It took two phone calls from
the White House, plus an hour's
personal call frrm a presidential
assistant to say that President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower would not give a Con Congressman
gressman Congressman an autograph.

it all happened when Congress

man Jack Dingell of Detroit re

ceived a request for the Presi

dent's signature from Jim Ritchie

in Cedar Springs, Mich.

I don't know if you see t he

President or not." Ritchie wrote

Dingell, "but someone told me
that you received letters with the
President's actual signature on

them." Ritchie asked the Congress

man to send him a letter signed

IKC ,u; 4

he Detroit Democrat, explained

that members of Congress rarely,

ii ever, receive airect communica communications
tions communications from the President in this

administration. They got plenty

irom now itooseveit and Truman.

'The letters I have received

from the White House during the

present administration have all
been signed, by one of the Presi

dent s assistants, Dingell wrote

But he. said- he would send Rit Ritchie's
chie's Ritchie's letter to the White House

with a request that an autograph
be supplied.
At the White Hluse, Drngell's

request produced a flurry of acti activity
vity activity and after about 10 days a

formal reply from a presidential

aide, Jack Z. Anderson.

"I am sure he (Ritchie) will re

alize that if the President did this
in response toevery request he
would have little time left for the
more serious business of running

the government," Anderson wrote.

On Feb. 28 Dingell reported this

to his constituent.

"I have received two calls from

memWirs of the White House staff

and a personal visit from Jack

Anderson administrative assistant

to me President, wrote umgen.

''Andeison is In old friend of
mine and a most personable and

decent gentleman. He spent the

letter part of an hour explaining
o me that if your request wen
icceded to, every other citizen
Would have a right to the presi presi-Jential
Jential presi-Jential autograph.
"I assume that this is the Pres-'
ident's position and must confess
that I am somewhat astonished
at the trouble they went to avoid
getting- the President to "comply
with your request
"It appears, in view of the a a-mount
mount a-mount of time and taxpayers'
money spent to avoid giving you
a presidential autograph, that it
would have betn much cheaper
and easier for the President to
pause at the first Jtee long enough
to sign a card to be sent to you."
SMART ATTORN1Y GENERAL
It's beginning to dawn on mem members
bers members of the Harris investieatin

committee that handsome young

Attorney General Bill Rosters miv

have outsmarted them.

Bill is a past master at investi

gating. He trained first under

Tom Dewey when Tom was a
young crime-buster. Later in
Washington, Rogers investigated
MaL Gen. Harry Vaughah,
John Maragon, and various in.
fluence-wielders. In those days ha
was smart enough to be hired by
Democrats even though investigat
ing Democrats.
Today as Attorney General, Rog Rogers
ers Rogers has called a grand jury to
probe scandals in the indenpendent
agencies which was his duty.
But in doing his duty, he may
have also saved some of bis
friends around- the White House
such as Sherman Adams from
embarrassing testimony before
the Harris committee.
For a grand jury has prece precedence
dence precedence over a Congressional 'com 'committee,
mittee, 'committee, and courts have also held
that testimony) taken by a Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committee cannot be
used, constitutionally, in a subse subsequent
quent subsequent criminal prosecution.
Therefore, Thurman Whiteside,
the alleged Miami "fixer," had
the law "behind him when he re refused
fused refused to appear before the Harris
committee because he was to ap appear
pear appear before the grand jury.
Sherman Adams faces no crimi criminal
nal criminal action and therefore can't
plead the Fifth Amendment. But

ht probably can get out of testi testi-fyiag
fyiag testi-fyiag before Congress on the
ground that the general questions
being investigated are before tht
grand jury.
Moral: It's a smart attorney
general who not only does his du duty
ty duty but simultaneously saves the
administration embarrassment.

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Milky Way are so far away
that they cannot be seen as
separate stars without a tele telescope.
scope. telescope. Alpha Centauri, the
bright star nearest the earth,
is sb far away that anyone
traveling at the speed of light
180,000 miles a second or
6,000,000,000,000 miles a year year-would
would year-would take more than four
years to reach it. At the same
speed it would take 100,000
years to go from one edge of
the Milky Way to the other.

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"WILL IT FLY?" That, says Kenneth Lundgren, is the question he's asked most by aamirers
who see his do-it-yourself auto on the streets of Houston, Tex. Dubbed the "Globester," it's
18 feet long, 8 feet wide, has 3 .wheels, and a body shaped like an airplane fuselage. Lund Lundgren,
gren, Lundgren, a mechanic who spent five years building it, describes the "Globester" as, "principally a
' Ford motor and rear end with a Chevy frame, Jord trim ort the outside, Plymouth wind windshield
shield windshield wipers, and features of other caw." Steering is controlled by the one wheel in the rear.
I "Will it fly?" "Don't know, never' tried to says Lundgren.

Vincent Lopez Tries
Hand At Dixieland

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA) Vincent
Lopez recording Dixieland? Sure,
why not? Even Lawrence Welk
has done it, so Lopez can do it,
too.
Vincent, the "Nola" man, was
out of the recording field for IB
year until last summer, when he
came back with a vengeance. Frist
for Coral, came an album of 32
Lopez tunes. Then this past Christ Christmas
mas Christmas he put out an album of 24
Christmas songs. Now there' this
Dixieland album, again on Coral.
"Dixieland is right up our alley,"
lays Lopez. "Our repertoire in includes
cludes includes Dixieland, cha-chas, me me-reiigues,
reiigues, me-reiigues, calypsos, bop even
rock and-roll. Styles change in mu music
sic music just as they do in clothes, and
I've had to keep up with them.
"from all these fads, I've learn learned
ed learned one thing the music is nor
,thing without the melody. That's
why Hoagy Carmichael's 'Star 'Stardust'
dust' 'Stardust' has endured for so many
years.
"The one thing that lasts, year
after year, is melody. A band lead
er who sticks to playing recogniz
Loftbifdo and Welk are giv
mem, in i lit
Yes and Lopez, too.
One of the prettiest of recording
artist is also one of the least least-seen
seen least-seen in nightclubs. Her name is
Shaye Cogan and the reason she
isn't sen very much is because
her husband understandably wants
her at .home.
Shaye is married to music 'pub 'publisher
lisher 'publisher Phil Kah'. He's a reason
able "man, but he figures the
no point in her beating the one
.night-stand bushes.
"He doesn't want me to do night
clubs," Shaye says, "unless have
a big hit record and can command
big salaries. He likes me home
and I think when a woman marries
she should stay with her husband
I cook, too."
Then she thought a minute and
added, "Besides, I've had my fill
of nightclubs."
There's a good reason for her
feeling that way. Shaye is a veter
an m show business, despite her
youth.
It all -started back in Hudson,
Mass., where her father was a
dentist-pianist and her mother a
mother-singer. When she was five,
she and her two older brothers
were already a professional act
"The Musical Cogansi' singing
and ca voting around New eng-knd.

Shaye Cogan Vincent Lopei
Shaye used to love it when they
worked on weekends it meant
she didn't have to go to shool on
Friday arid could sleep late on Mon
day morning.
She quit at 13. to go to hieh
school. And, after a dull postedu-
cationai iimg at .telephone -operat
ing; she was back in it at 17. She
sang on radio. TV. movies fin
eluding a cOmtag picture with the
awe-inspiring title, "The Rock-arid
Roll Schoolteacher") and acted in
summer stock. New she's one of
the better talents recording, for
Roulette.
Her. real ambitiin, she says, is
a TV show. Considering the way
she sound and more important
the way he looks, that should
oe a cincn.
Capitol Ferlin Husky' seems head
ed for a bright movie career. He
just finished a film, "Countrv Mu
sic," in which he costarred with
Zsa-Zsa Gabor. And now he Seems
to have the inside track for the
lean in a planned film biography
ot the me of western singer-com
poser name wmiams.
DICK'S PICKS: The songs from
Lerner and Loew's "Gigi" keep
iioiamg uie mantel, nappiiy, like
thus week's best "I'm Glad
I'm Not Young Any More," by Al
Hibbler on Decca. Others: "A Very
rrecious bove" tine Ames Bro
thers, RCA): Got Trouble
(Stan Freberg, Capitol); "Marin
dy" (The Techniques, Roulette)
"Whole Lotta Woman" (Marvin
Rflmwater, MGM); "Baby, You've
Had it" (Joyce Paul, Dot); "May
be Baby" (The.- Crickets, Bruns
wick); "The Swivel" (Al Taylor
ana the Foodies, United Artists)
"Walk' to the Dance" (Sonny
james, uapitoi).
Two good late albums of Tchai
kovsky favorites on London,
tistoularl and the London Sym
phony play highlights form his
ballet, "Swan Lake"; on Colum
bia, Mitropoulos and the New York
Philharmonic play his Symphony
wo. 6, the ratneuque.

London Press Hails

Newsman As Choice
For Palace Officer
LONDON, March 17 (UP) The
London press today hailed the
appointment of an experienced
newsbanerman to be Dress officer
for Buckingham Palace as a step
in breaking down the barrier be
tween the crown and the people
Esmond Butler, 35, a former
United Press correspondent in
Switzerland and later an execu
tive of the International Union of
O'ficial Travel Organizations, will
take over in about one week as
assistant to Cmdr. Richard Col Col-ville,
ville, Col-ville, the "Buckingham Palace
spokesman for the last several
years.
Butler win be the first palace
information man wo has had ex
perience in writing and reporting
tor newspapers.
The press had complained in
the past that the palace has been
too secretive about Queen Eliza Eliza-too
too Eliza-too secretive about Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and her children.
Meanness, Jealousy
Immaturity Claimed
Too Marriage Threa!
LONDON, March 17 (UP) A
doctor writing in the authoritative
British medical journal tne Lan
cet said today meanness, imm a
turity and jealousy were the worst
thats to a huopv marrriage.
Dr. Carlos Blacker a happily
married man according to 'riends
sam oo on every iuu men ana
75 op every 100 women would make
good, "general purpose" husbands
and wives.
One in three of the remaining
should never marry because they
-J r- f ,(ui ...
are immature, mean or jealous,,
the doctor said.
Blacker said Immaturity pro
duced the wilt equivalents for
the tantrums of childhood" and
marriages thus strained might en
dure if the spouse was indulgenv
or nhable.
Meanness he .said, would anta
gonfze a wife even more than viol
ence. He contended they often will
nut Up with violence if it were fbl
lowed by real regret.
But women have very different
reactions to intractable meaness
or jealousy, he said. These are re regarded
garded regarded as "despicable" traits and
slowly undermine any affection and
respect a woman may nave had tor
her husband Blacker (aid.
AGREE TO SHOE ORDER
ST. LOUIS, March 17 (UP)
International Shoe Co. and the
Federal Trade Commission have
agreed to a consent order under
which the company will not re
quire retailers to handle its pro
ducts exclusively but admits to
no violation of law prohibiting this
practice, it was announced today.

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South West North East
INT. Pass 2 Double
2 A 4 V Pass Pass
4 4 Double Pass Pass
Pass
Opening lead V 6
HOW would vou handle the Nnrth
hand in response to your partners
opening one no-trump?
probably the best bet is to bid
iwu spaues ano piay tor a sure
prom, or if you are playing the
Jacoby transfer bid you can bid
two hearts and piss when your
partner bids two spades as de
manded.
Actually four snades is a nrettv
good contract. All you need to
make it is to be able to hold your
trump losses to one trick and
with nine trumps including the
king-queen and 10 you really are
a favorite.
When this hand was played In
a n cent duplicate, all North nairs
decided on the conservative course
and every one was plus 140 for
two spaaes made with an over-
trick. That is, everyone was plus
except one North-South pair that
was unfortunate enough to run up
against Jackie Begin of Montreal,
one oi our top women bridge play
ers.
This particular North and South
were using the JTB so North re
sponded two hearts. Jackie Bkes
to bid whenever she can and this
was a wonderful opportunity, sne
doubled two hearts for business.
South went to two spades and
now West jumped right to four
hearts. He had quite a hand with
his partner showing strong hearts.
When it got nacK to soum ne
had a problem. West was bidding
like a man who expected to make
four hearts and actually he would
have if he were willing to play
South for ace-iack s m a 1 1 of
trumps.
Smith bid four sDades as a sac
rifice. West doubled and with the
badlspade break South was aown
me men. ivi wwui
Q The bidding hat been:
North East South West
1 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
K2 VK2 JT7 643 A Q 10 4
What do you do?
A Bid two clubs. This ta a
very tou-h problem and there is
no criticism of a two-diamond
response. Two no-trump is In Inadvisable
advisable Inadvisable because of the unbal unbalanced
anced unbalanced distribution.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner rebids to two
spades. What do you, South, do
now?
Answer Tomorrow
JET ENGINE CONTRACT
WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)
The Air Force has placed a
$6,446,050 contract with Continen Continental
tal Continental Aviation & Engineering Corp.
For improvement of the J69 jet
engine and a $2,300,000 with Cur-tiss-Wright
Corp. for similar work
on the J65, it was announced to today.
day. today. TO ATTEND CENTENARY
THE HAGUE, Holland (UP) (UP)-Prince
Prince (UP)-Prince Bernhard will leave early
in May 'for his scheduled trip to
Canada and the United States.
He will go first to Vancouver on
the occasion of the Centenary
celebrations of British Columbia.
Then he win go to San Francisco,
Washington and New York before
leaving for home on May 23

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Riol Cops Converge
On Paris To Thwart
Threatened Trouble
PARIS, March 17 (UP) Hun

dres of riot police have been rush
ed to Pans from all parts of
France to head off Communist
and right-wing violence that
threatens to erupt tomorrow when
Premier Felix Gaillard faces a
critical confidence vote in the Na
tional Assembly.
The Communist party today re
newed its call for an "anti-Fas
cist demonstration tomorrow eve
ning. Extreme right wing com
mando groups are 'also threaten
ing to march throughout the city
tins week.
In addition, Pans police have
said they might try to demon
strate again tomorrow afternoon.
Nearly 7,000 Paris police beseigei
the National Assembly for three
hours last Thursday, in a near-riot
that led to the resignation of the
Paris police chief.
Series 01 Talks
By Pastor's Wife
At JWB Tonight
Mrs. Harlin J. Roper from Dal
las, Texas, will start a series of
five lectures tonight at the Bal
boa USO-JWB to share with the
Isthmian women what she has
found true m her own life eon
cerning these matters.
As a pastor's wife of a promi prominent
nent prominent church in Dallas, Texas,
where her husband ministered for
31 years, Mrs., Roper has long
years of experience in counseling
with women of alt ages and walks
of life.
Her many experiences in dealing
with the problems of women has
helped her to understand women
in a very special way. Her coun-

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Costello Still Free
As Court Reserves

Decision On Appeal!
NEW YORK, March 17 (UP) -Gambler
Frank Costello won at
least another 10 days of freedom
today.
The U. S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals
peals Appeals reserved decision on a mo motion
tion motion to set aside a lower court
ruling which denied Costello a
new trial in his conviction in 1954
of income tax evasion.
The gambler was continued free
in $25,000 bail for 10 days.
Costello's lawyer, Edward Ben
nett Williams," argued that Coste
llo had been convicted illegaly be
cause the government used state state-obtained
obtained state-obtained wiretap evidence, illega
ly kept watch on his mar, and
checked the income tax returns
o 150 prospective jurors for his
trial.
Arthur Christy, assistant U. S.
attorney, said there was ample
evidence of Costello's guilt with without
out without use of the wiretap informa information.
tion. information. Costello served 11 months of his
five-year sentence. Federal Judge
John F. X. McGohey rejected his
request for a new trial last Dec.
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and hopeless souls from tragedy:
She his ministered effectively in
restoring broken homes and has
helped many women to find them
selves and to start a new life pur
pose and usefulness. Thousands of
women, have benefited her teach
ing in the Scoberrean Club, which
she established to minister to
business women especially.
Mrs. Roper entitled her series
of lectures :"The Woman's Place
m This Top8y,-Turvy World." hev
will take place in the USO-JWB
auditorium tomorrow, hursday.
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beginning at 7:30 each evening.
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Four 25-pdiind Royal Chinook salmon were recently flown'
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to Hollywood for a fishing derby in a local cafe's private fish
pond. It was the high point of a party for 25 ABC-TV stars.
Sere Kathy Nolan, who plays Kate in "The Real McCoys,"
presses delight or Something at the sight of, the beauty
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Shnnfis and their ladies at ne

Aneon Masonic Temple Saturday
evening at ? o'clock.-
The dinner win eature chicken
in the basket with all the trim trimming.
ming. trimming. Music will be iurnisned by
Hans Janowitz, his organ and or
chestra, with dancing until mid

night.
Attendance at the affair will be
by reservation with admission 52. 52.-50
50 52.-50 per person. Reservations ac accompanied
companied accompanied by check should be
sent to Recorder, Box 3668, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Masonic riends are invited.

Lt. and Mrs. Kaufman
Leave or States
Lt. and Mrs. Louis A. Kaufman
and children, Colette and Louis,
Jr., leit today for Presidio, Cal.,
where they will make their home.
He pans to work on his Master's
degree at the University of Cali California.
fornia. California. The Kaufmans have lived at Ft.
Kobbe tor the pst three and a
half years where he has been sta sta-t
t sta-t onea witn tne iiguai Corp. While

uere mey were active in the Tnea Tnea-vie
vie Tnea-vie uu.i. um.i -JUI..I ami red in the
Guild's rcent production of ""in ""in-uer.i
uer.i ""in-uer.i tne .mu.

MISS BARBARA EGOLF, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Leon J.
Egolf, who will marry Louis Dedeaux on March 9-

GENERAL AND MRS. LANDON ENTERTAIN
DIGNITARIES ON ARMED FORCES DAY
Mai Gen. Truman H. Landon and Mrs. Landon entertained
at a releSn at Albrook Officer's Club Saturday af ernoo m m-medlately
medlately m-medlately following the program in observance of Armed Forces
D Among the guests were Rear Adm. and Mrs. George Wales, Brig.
Ren 'and Mrs Louis V. Hightower, Brig. Gn. and Mrs. Milton
Ogdi members of the Diplomatic Corps, and pilots of the Sabre
Jets and Thurdcrbirds who participated in the show.

Frtth Cauliflower With Egg
Sauce (4-5 servings)

Melt 2tablespoons butter or mar-

gannt in a saucepan. Remove
from heat and blcud in 2 table

spoons flour. Gradually blend in l
cup milk. Add 1-4 teaspoon sail
and 1-8 teaspoon ground black pep pepper.
per. pepper. Cook until thickened, stirring
constantly. Remove from heat.
Beat in 1 lightly beaten egg yolk.
Gradually beat in 2 tablespoons
melted butter or margarine: then

2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice.

Fold in 1 sieved hard-cooked 'egg.
Serve over cauliflower prepare
as follows: Remove outer leaves

and stalks from a medium-sizea

head of cauliflower but leave tend tender
er tender inside leaves on head. Cut out
center core. Wash and drain. Place

head down m boiling salted wat

er and cook 10 minutes. Turn head

right side up and finish cooking

1.2-15 minutes longer. Place on serv

ing dish and spoon sauce over the

cauliflower. Sprinkle with ground

pepper.
Curried Fresh Carrots and
Pineapple (4 servings)
Combine 2. cups coarsely shred shredded
ded shredded carrots, 1 cup firm fresh pine pineapple
apple pineapple wedges, 2 tablespoons light
brown sugar, 2 tablespoons butter

or margarine, 2 tablespoons hot

water, 1-4 teaspoon salt and 1-4

teaspoon curry powder or curry

oowder to taste. Cover and cook
3-7 minutes or until pineapple and
carrots are tender. Serve hot.

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Egelf-Dedeaux
Wedding Date Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Egolf of
Gamboa announce the approach approach-hg
hg approach-hg marriage of their daughter
Miss Barbara Ann Egolf to LiTO
Dedeaux. The wedding ceremony
will take place in the Holy Fami Family
ly Family Church in Margarita, Canal
Zone, on Saturday evening, March
29 at six o'clock. Mr. Dedeaux is

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon E.
Dedeaux who recently left the
Isthmus to make their home in
Gulfport, Mississippi.

The reception will ba held at
the Brszos Brook Country Club
from seven o'clock until nine; No
invitations have been issusd, bi t
all relatives and friends of the
fam'iies are cordially invited to
attend.

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from my waist waist-line
line waist-line and 8 inches
from hips .
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in 10 years I've
dared wear a
skirt and
sweater." M. C.
"So pleased .
after ten day
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duced reduced my waist
2", my abdomen
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Fartwell Dinner
For Bachs
Lapiaiu and Mrs. Howard R.
Jonnsoii entertained last evening
with a small dinner pany at then then-home
home then-home lhDiab.o Heights in honor
ot Captain anu Mrs. uty u Baca
of iBalboa who are saline tomor

row on Uie ih-a xuicuor to make

tneir nome in ,tne aan Francisc
Day area of California.

Husband and Wile', Social
At r-ort Clayton
The NCO Wives Club of Fort
Clayton will hold a "husband and
Wile Social" and dance Tuesday
evening in the Fort Clayton NCO
Open iviess. The program will con consist
sist consist ot music, dancing, and sur

mise reiresnments. Hostesses will
be Mr. Vivien oucnaoee, Mrs.
Esther Moore, Mrs. Eva Moore,
and Mrs. Kay Rogers.
Miss Diana Boyd To
Attend Gulf Park Collem

- Miss Diana Bovd. who is now

attending Nuestra Sra. de Bethle Bethlehem,
hem, Bethlehem, has been accepted for enroll

ment in the High School Division
of Gulf Park College in Gulfport,
Miss., in September.
Miss Boyd is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique I. Bovd

Avenue N. de Obarrio, Panama,
sisters, Matilde and' Cecilia Na Nanette,
nette, Nanette, also attended Gulf Park.
Announce Birth
. Dr. and Mrs. Gene U. Cohen,
ormerly of Gorsas HosDital. hav

announced the birth o a son born
March 10 at Mercy Hospital, Iowa
City, Iowa.
MEETINGS
Albrook Pest 3(22
Election Mooting
J2 Frank P- AlDrok. Post
8m'uXtexrt.a,?s of Fore'8n Wars
will ho'ff their annual election of

onicers at the Post home this eve evening.
ning. evening. Dinner will be served at 6
o'clock with the meeting following

ine rosi commander urges all
members to be present.

One evening Claire's homework
included making a crayon map
of her state.
She was carefully tracing a riv river
er river in green when her little brother
grabbed her other crayons. As she
needed them to -define the map's
towns, mountains and other fea features,
tures, features, her face tightened in anger.
But after a moment, she went
back to work on her river.
Whereupon her little brother rush rushed
ed rushed back, gave her a sharp poke in
the ribs, and yelled "I've got your
crayons!" He then ran to the kit kitchen
chen kitchen door where he wated eager eagerly
ly eagerly his eyes dancing for response
to this jew affront.
In the living roqm Claire's moth mother
er mother said to her husband, "Chip is
teasing his sister again. Stop him
Jim. He's got to leave her alone
when she's doing her homework."
Chip was suppressed.
I wish he hadn't been. If he'd
been allowed to bait his sister a a-fine
fine a-fine thine would have hap

pened in her. Her ,anger would
have overwhelmed her impression
that she must always be "kind'
n hpr little btother. She'd have

jumped from her chair ano given
r.hiD what he wated-a good

banging about.

Chip is a better friend to his

sister then her parents are.

He knows there is something

wrong and artificial about her n
gid self-control. As a healthy lit
tie boy, it makes him uncomfort
able. So he teases Claire constant
ly in the hope of wringing a gen
uine resrjonse from her.

We blind adults can learn much

from the way brothers and sisters

treat each other.

If Bill gets all puffed up over
makme the school ball team, it

will be his little brother which

brings him back to earth by
snprrinr. "Who do sou think you

are-Yogi Berra?" Let Sally get

all mnonv over some movie star

and it will be her brothers and
sisters who giggled at her wasteful

infatuation.

where we ate blind to Bill's ex

aggerated pride and Sally's dream-i-v5
.nm- children will instantly

register them as undesirable, and

by their spiruea uevwi
wti ct i nn

While Claire's parents ignore her
vor.pnntrhiierl shvness, her little

brother is waging good battle a
gainst it.

,cu,vnN March 17 (UP)'ed States so Jif.Ml 'SS;

ir. fm-oion economic aid as'i-ee'

mease o j
a forerunner of a 25 billion do lar
a yew world investment program.

The program,, described as a

nnn no llicai Kiam ucav-c a.

prosperity plan," would create a

JEETIIfiS

Each notice for inclusion in Hill
column should be tubmitted w
type-written form and mailod eo
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
v hnd to the office. Notion of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telephone.
Women's dub Board
The board of the Inter AmeJ

can Women's Club will meet
Wednesday morning at 9:30 at the

xivoi Hotel.
Board members are urged to at
tend.

Economists Propose Increase
In US Forf&gn Economic Aid

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NEW YORK (NEA)- The over over-blouse,
blouse, over-blouse, looking its best on a slim
a -: willowy figure, goes into a
second spring this year.
It's worn both with suits and
skirts. In either case, it can achieve
a costume look since it is meant
to have fashion importance. Then
you buy one of the new over over-blouses,
blouses, over-blouses, it's a good idea to try it
how it's going to look.

The chances are that will look in bateau, modified scood or dran dran-its
its dran-its bpt with a slim and narrow ed 'scarf form, t
skirt or one that's pleated. Gener- We show here two versions of the
ally, it s banded m at the hipline spring overpluses. It appears (left)
wmcH means it's not a fashion in whifp rHch ...u.

for those with a hip fproblem not I neckline and double fron closin
for verv short nennlo f ... v -wat"a;

. w. v rvUr,v.

Blouse- collars follow the stand stand-away
away stand-away trend of suit collars this sea season
son season and emerge cuffetf, cowled,

vi peon uuuons. Miaay. version
(right) is in pretty cotton rose'
prmt with open collar neckline and
soft organza tie. Both, blouses have
the banded hipline.

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WOULD FACI OPPOSITION
Any great increase in foreign
aid would face powerful opposi opposition
tion opposition in Congress. The administra administration's
tion's administration's present $3,900,000,000 aid

yiuw-y r f ; 4A call ma aireaoy ibccb u 's""
World Development Corp. to sel bi-partisan backing,
its stock throughout the world at "P". Keyserling

and Javits said their plan could
be started on a jsmaller se e if

Every last one of us has a
beauty problem of some sort. This

includes women who ore consider considered
ed considered beauties. And we can do one
of two things about our problem:
ignore it or do -something about it.
In this day and age, something
can be-tfone abouyiJMy any beau beauty
ty beauty problem extant; There is help,
lor problem hair, lumpy figures,
poor skin, small eyes, or poor color
ing.
iBut if you choose to ignore your
problem and-live witjrA then ra
ly ignore?. it.iDortHBf you're get getting
ting getting around it by citliajl attention
to it before others cart. Don't feel
that you're excusing large hips by

saying to others, "Oh, I could never
wear that. I'm so hippy." They

know that you're hippy and there

really isn't an answer to a remarK

like that.
So, if you're going to- pretend
your beauty problem doesn't ex

ist, maintain the illusion all tne

way by never reiernng io u. iu
won't be the, first woman who's
used this method successfully.

Am mate
Here's Your Chance, Girls
to Join W.W.W.W. Club

be

the

$5 a share. The stock would

sold in tne unueu oiaies uu

installment plan.
Economists Leon Keyserling
and Benjamin A. Javits, who pro proposed
posed proposed the plan, called it "a giant
step" toward winning the cold
war.

Javits. brother of Sen. Jacob

K. Javits (R-N.Y.), said the cold

war must be won in tne world e e-comic
comic e-comic arena because "if it gets
into the military area we're both
dead."

Keyserling, chairman of former

President Truman s Council of
Economic Advisers, said the Unit-

MRS. MALIK ILL
LONDON, (UP) Mrs. Jacob
Malik, wife of the Soviet Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to London, is ill with a cold

'and "some complications," It was

announced today. An embassy
spokesman said Mrs. Malik was
at the embassy.

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'Party Of Panic'

WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)

Repubican National chairman
Meade Alcorn said today the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats have become the "party of
paitx" and Republicans must wor

at their "historic role as the par

ty with a purpose and a program."

necessary. But tney saia mai ini initial
tial initial large increases in government
foreign investment were essential
to lay the groundwork (or the
larger private investment pro

grams they proposed.

The Javits Keyserling pi an

proposed:

An immediate increase of pub

lic and private. U.S. foreign m-

vestmant to io Diuion aoi ars a
vear for the next live years. They

said this would mean a billion
increase in private investment
and a $4,500,000,000 in government
investment.
After five years, an increase
of normal private overseas in investment
vestment investment to 10 billion dollars a
year; the addition of io billion
do lars a year from the World De
velopment Corp.; and continuation
of the 5 billion dollar-a-year gov government
ernment government program.
Javits said he was "very en encouraged"
couraged" encouraged" by reaction to the plan
so far by persons in and out of

the government.

"You'll just have ttf get used to
the new silhouette," said the sales

lady, in the tone one uses to an

unreasonable child. I had balked

at trying' on a sack dress with
a bow where, in 'my personal opi opinion,
nion, opinion, -no bow belongs.
Wellr this is fair notice that I
don't have to get used to the sack
dress. And I don't intend to get
used to it.'
. I've gotten used to wearing glas glasses
ses glasses when I read.
I've gotten used to seeing some
"silver threads among the gold"
when I look in the mirror.

I'm, even. getting weed to theide?

that whoever, reaches the moon
first will control the earth.
Some changes just come along
and there's nothing you can do a a-bout
bout a-bout them.
Rut no little man in Paris Is

going to tell me that I've got to
get used to some outlandish style
he happened to dream up to keep
woman from looking like women.
AND SAY "UGH I," TOO
If I want to I can shudder every
time I see a woman in a sack.
I can swear I'll never get i"t0
one myself and stick by the c' i i-sion
sion i-sion if I'm not afraid of looking
as though I'd missed the last three
issues of VogUe magazine.
And that is exactly what I in intend
tend intend to do. You have go get used
to enough things in life without
trying to get Used to sack dresses.
And I'll be glad to have any
worn an who feels the same w w-I
I w-I do join' the W.W.W.W. (Whats
vroiig With Waits?) Society u
America. s

Buy American' Policy With Foreign
Funds Wanted To Stem U.S. Recession

AMERICAN women have a rt rt-putation
putation rt-putation for being diet and figure
conscious. And many of them are.
But many more of them are prone
to talk diet.
They will they say as they fork
up preamed chicken, begin a diet
the first of the coming week. Or
they accept a piece of cake, mur murmuring
muring murmuring that they really shouldnt

since they re oieuns.
There's only one way to ge at
here to it but never refer to It.
diet: adhere to it faithfully. Ad

here "to it but never reier io
It is not a sparkling topic of con

versation. Learn to say, "flo, ui
. ..IK. nncGlh P

you," 85, Picu

when you re wiereu iwn.s v
And let if go at that, without ex

planation.
AN unplesant expression can rob
r u..itv n matter

any womon oi ut ""i being spent ir.
how she may be endowed by na .

" 1 X a tf Ar H

the (timlet eye, the nam ww

The GOP leader predicted the
American people will turn increas increasingly
ingly increasingly to the Republican Party for
"the kind of leadership best equip equipped"
ped" equipped" to handle the economic re

cession.

Sen. Javits said he liked "the
idea very much" and hoped after
studying it to "undertake its es espousal
pousal espousal to the Congress." But he
said he did not know i" he would
keep it "in its present form
Keyserling said the plan was
'an effort to begin to awaken
sensible peop'e" to the Russian
economic threat. He warned (hat
if Americans did not awake the
present "dire course of e v e n t s
will be projected in an .accelerat-

He said an "unparalleled record ing,50U"e-",
peace, progress and prbsperity" .. P" more
during the first five years of the the underdeveloped countries
m t j;;.t..4i than we are," he said. "We can

iaeiuiuwci awuuuuu pi uvea j.t. j
the GOP can solve the nation's x9ct hem. ."'P10? m0M.
H. I more resources to other parts of

problems.

Alcorn praised the Republican
record and assailed democratic
"pessimists" and "demagogues"
in a speech prepared for delivery
today to the sixth annual Repub Republican
lican Republican women's national conference.
The conference opened last night
with a reception for Vice Presi President
dent President and Mrs. Richard M. Nixon
and cabinet meraters and their
wives.
President Eisenhower is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to address the conference tomorrow.

the world."

ture. The brows drawn together,
2..! .... fh. hard lines of

SvJi.i.tbn from nose to mouth

t0 not offer a sight lovely to the

beholder
They make any gal, be she teen teenager
ager teenager or grandmother, look 10 yea"
older on the dot. The forbiddi,
or withdrawn, expression is tne
equal of the unplesant expression
for driving people away in a hur hur-t
t hur-t a sunny, .cheerful expression
can and does, every dsy, turn a
olain girl into the semblance of. a
beauty n act, an expression is
." sure tiling fcr making
"and drawing people to your.
fhe fact is, it's irresistible.
SAIL FOR HOME

; WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)
Senate Republican leaders pre predicted
dicted predicted today that Congress would
demand a "buy American pol policy
icy policy with foreign aid funds to pro provide
vide provide jobs for the unemployed in
this country,
The forecasts came from Sen Senate
ate Senate GOP leader William F. Know Know-land
land Know-land and Chairman Styles Bridges
of the Senate Republican policy
committee. They referred to aid
dollars spent in foreign nations to
buy military supplies for U.S. al allies.
lies. allies. The administration has assured
Congress it was reviewing, the
program in view of the recession,
but it made no commitments on
the question.
Foreign aid chief James H.

Smith Jr. said today that a "good
deal of the money in question is

this country .on

projects that benefit and stabi

ued overseas aid purchases if it,
would save -money. But he said'
another provision of the foreign
id law rnleH out such purchases
if the President found there

wtuld be an unfavorable effect
on the U.S. economy.
"With about 20 cents of every
dollar of mutual securitv funds

going to foreign markets, it be.

hooves the administration to ex explore
plore explore the situation to see whether
a greater proportion can be di directed
rected directed to U.S. suppliers and, thus
help alleviate unemployment hero
at home, Bridges sard.
Percentage Rises
He said the International Coop,
erstron Administration had paid
43 per cent of its procurement
budget for nonmilitary items to
foreign suppliers during the fisr
cal year ende'd last June 30. The
percentage rose to 45 per cent

lize the economy. As for the rest.during the first six months of thia

rtTP)-The

The government recently resort- re kw transport Bexar saucu

ed that Russia within the last few ; vesterday for 5an Diego, tain-,
.... i i ...) vii if? ...:r (mm Camp

. ---- 7.. r ,. W1UI A, av .

oped nations.

In his speech, Alcorn charged

many Democratic spokesmen with

to "sow seeds of panic a

bout the business slump. He styl

ed them the jumping jack set."

11 Irvine

"ATOM CITY" EXPANSION
v
MOSCOW (UP) The newspa

per Lenin's Banner said today
the nearby "atom city" of Dubna
is slated for vast expansion plane

which will make it one of the
leading nuclear research centers
of the world. The world's largest
atom-smasher the 10-billion elec election
tion election volt synchrophasitron and
a laree complex of research lab

oratories already have been built

at Dubna.

he said. "We can't live alone in

this world.
Knowland told reporters it was
"quite likely Congress would

write a restriction into the for
eign aid bill this year to limn

the amount of money paid to

foreign suppliers. He snid such

contracts could be diverted to

U.S. manufacturers, particularly
in areas with heavy unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. 1
Action May Ba Forced
Bridges issued a statement say

ing "C'ngress may be forced to

take action unless the current
trend in offshore procurement Is

reversed.
"In mv iudement. he added

"the. Defense Department ought
to channel more buying within

the United States and neip pro

vide jobs for American workers.

Bridges said Congress autnor

fiscal year, he said.

Smith, the foreign aid .chief,
was interviewed by Rep. Harold
C. Ostertag (R-N.Y.) in a filmed
program for showing over sta stations
tions stations WROCTV in Rochester
N.Y., and WBEN-TV in Buffalo.
Smith said a large share of
U.S. aid money spent for weapons
to be sent to other free nations
actually goes to American manu manufacturers,
facturers, manufacturers, Ostertag then said that
this helps bolster the U.S. eco
imy.
'.'Thats right, the aid chief
said. "A very large percentage of
i. us money in military assistance
is spent within the United States;
and in economic assistance, about
half of it is spent here in th
United States and the, other half,
we believe, creates foreign trade
between the other countries aid
ourselves.

lion do'lars in credits and other pend'eton who participated in we
foreign aid mostly to underdevel- recent "Operation StrongoacK

war games in me rnmin""" rnmin"""-The
The rnmin"""-The Bexar is scheuled to men

the west coasi po mait-u n.

PLAGUE BREAKS OUT
cair.nN Smith Vietnam (UP)

The Saigon health department has

begun a voluntary immunizauun
program following discovery of
three suspected cases of bubonic
plague in a nearby rural area,
authoritties said today. One of the
stricken persons died last week
after a 24-hour fever, the health
ministry reported.

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MONDAY, MARC

H 17, ISM

Til PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWHPAFI
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Filipinos Mark Death Of Magsaysay;

Rice, Dollar Shortages Harass Isle

THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT-Showing how a low man
reaches a high note (with aid of a chair) is Mike Combs, 4' 9",
practicing a trombone lesson with Gail Mutchmoie, T t". Both
boys are members ct the Lincoln High School Batid in Vin Vin-cennes,
cennes, Vin-cennes, Ind. Mutchmore, rfot surprisingly, is also a member
of the basketball team.

Solon Claims Evidence' Of Stock
Speculation By Commission Member

MANILA, Monday, March IT
(UP) The Phihipines today
marked the first anniversary of
the death of Ramon Magsaysay,
the moat popular president in the
young1 republic's history.
Jt was one year ago today,
March 17, 1957. that the 44-year-

old Communist toe died in a

f anting plane crash atop towering
Mount Manunggal on Cebu Island.
Today he has become a legend
in the Philippines.
Moat of his pans, aimed at li't li't-in
in li't-in the yoke of poverty from the
Filipino masses, were being, car carried
ried carried on by the admtnisration of
President Carlo P. Garcia.
Garcia was closely following
Magsaysay s policy o firm anti anti-Comounism
Comounism anti-Comounism and c'ose relations
with the United States.
However, the island nation one
year after Magsassay's death is
caught ud in a serious economic

crisis. Dollar reserves are danger dangerously
ously dangerously low and there is rice
shortage. Prices and unemploy

ment are up.
Corruption in government has
been reported rising to a level

which would never have been

tolerated by the fiercely honest
Magsaysay.
Supporters of President Garcia
say that mn" o" th proent PPo-

nomic troubles were the direct
growth of Magsaysay own poli policies.
cies. policies. But Magsaysay men, put a great
deal o' the b'w on last Novem Novem-der's
der's Novem-der's national elections in which

they claim mil'ions of dollars
were spent to insure election of
Garcia.
When Magsaysay died there
were reports and rumors that his
twin-engine pline had been sabo sabotaged
taged sabotaged by Communists or political
opponents.
These1 reports, rrostly forgotten
now, have never been completely
disproved. The of.iciai reason for
the crash has been given as a
small broken part in one of the
engines.
Many a'so still blame the pilot's
error and the overlading of the
presidential plane on the fateful
night it crashed. There were 25
persons aboard. One survived.
PoitL'iUy. it still is considered
suicide in the Philippines to cri criticize
ticize criticize Magsaysay.
This was proved in last Novem November's,
ber's, November's, elections when Ma gsay say's
most bitter opponent during his
life, Senator Claro Recto, went
down to de'eat in the race fr
President. He ran on an "anti "anti-Magsaysay"
Magsaysay" "anti-Magsaysay" ticket.
In Hani's today, Magsaysajr's
beautiful widow, Luz, and his
three children were guests of ho honor
nor honor at ceremonies marking his
death.
By Philippine political stand standards,
ards, standards, Magsaysay died a poor-man.
The Philippines Congress, how however,
ever, however, provided his widow and fam family
ily family with more than $50,000.
Mrs. Magsaysay also,, collected
$10,000 from his U.S. veteran's
insurance policy. He served as a
guerrilla leader during the war.

WASHINGTON, March 17 UP)(
Rep. Morgan M. Moulder (D (D-.Mo.)
.Mo.) (D-.Mo.) said today House investiga investigators
tors investigators have "evidence" that a mem member
ber member of the Securities a Exchange
Commission specualted in stock
issues -pending before the SEC.
Mnulripr also said there was

"no ni9tion" in his mind but

what "White House influence" fig figured
ured figured in many cases brought be
fore the Federal Power Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. Moulder Is a member and lor lor-ivipr
ivipr lor-ivipr chairman of a House Com

merce subcommittee investigating

federal reguratory agencies, tic
recently predicted that the resig resig-natinn
natinn resig-natinn f FCC member Richard

A. Mack would, be followed by oth

ers urine agencies i"vmvtu,
MnniHor akri said the' subcom

mittee lias not made any inves investigation
tigation investigation of charees against Col.

Gordon Moore, Mrs. Mami Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's brother in law, al al-thouflhjhey
thouflhjhey al-thouflhjhey should have, been ;;
suffiiehrbasis to call for irAme
diate action."
Moore, whon is scheduled to tes testify
tify testify before the subcommittee to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, was described by one
witness as the "key" figure in
the FCC's award last year of
Miami's television Channel, 10 lo
National Airlines: Later testimony
attributed the charge to a mis misunderstanding.
understanding. misunderstanding. Moulder said in an interview
that the subcommittee did hot
have "enough evidence" of the

Solon Bids Old Foe
Reulher To Debate
Work Law In Public
WASHINGTON, Vrch 17 (UP)
J-Sen. Barry M. Goldwater (R (R-Ariz.)
Ariz.) (R-Ariz.) todav "invited his old foe
Walter P. Reuther to a public de debate
bate debate in Arizona on their feud over
'right to work laws and other
labor-management Issues.
nut ho laid "I am not eoinz

to call Walter Reuther a coward

it he can t accept because of dusi dusi-r.ic
r.ic dusi-r.ic rii This was a slaD

at the "coward charge the Unit

ed Auto Workers prestaent lev
elled against Goldwater at a re
cent news conference.
,. Kovoral ni-nnosals for a Goldwa

i tor Reuther debate have been
i .iiori recuntlv. Mneciallv in con

nection with the Senate Rackets

Committee hearings into tne uaw
strike against the Kohler Co.
Goldwater appeared on the
CBS TV show, "Face The Na Na-t'm;
t'm; Na-t'm; which has arranged for
Reuther to appear next Sunday.
The senator was told that there
was "some talk in the Reuther
camp that you have been dodging
! a debate with Reuther." The sen sen-'
' sen-' ator replied that there were oc oc-,
, oc-, casions .when Reuther did not
, agree to the proposals.
But he said he would take the
occasion to' "invite Reuther to
debate in Tucson or Phoenix,
Ariz., at any time.
"He can pick the time, Gold Gold-water
water Gold-water said. "I will get the hall.
Goldwater was asked about the
charge of Sen. Pat McNamara
(D-Mlch.) yesterday that the se select
lect select Senate committee on labor labor-managvment
managvment labor-managvment practices had "out "outlived
lived "outlived its usefulness. McNamara,
a committee member, saidi the
committees Kohler hearings were
"farcical.
Goldwater said he did not know
how McNamara could make such
a statement because he hadn't at
tended the hearings "very much.
A 4-ri i,p was not criticizlne

McNamara, who apparently was

hnett with nthpr thinffs.

Goldwater refused to criticize
r,.,- t- r- '' man John L. Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan (D-Ark.).
. .er re :orted that two
mcmbars of the committee stal
urnrn Innkino into thp activities ol

Richsrd Gosscr International vice
prewlent of the UAW and former

reonal director in xoieao, unio

SEC member's alleged stock spe speculations
culations speculations to warrant public hear hearings
ings hearings immediately. He indicated a

preliminary staff investigation

wouia Be necessary to establish
the facts.

But he said he understood SEC

members forced their colleague to

sen tne stocks wnen they learned

of the transaction.

Moulder cited the so called
case as one in which, he said,
there was "no question of White

House influence in Power Com
mission affairs FPC.

He said "many other cases" al

so showed that the White House

had intervened to influence FPC

decisions. Like the SEC and the

FCC, the Power Commission in an

independent agency.
Moulder resigned as subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee chairman in protest of t h e
subcommittee's ouster of chief

counself Bernard Schwartz.
He said that before he stepped
down, to be succeeded by Rep.
Oren Harris (D-Ark.) he had a-

greed to a staff investigation of
Moore's alleged operations in the

Miami TV ease.
Hesaid the charges clearly war warranted
ranted warranted such an invvstigation but

that "nothing has been done to

follow this up."
As a result, 've said, the sub
committee's files contain "no evi
dence" as to whether Moore con

tactr any member of the FCC

on the Channel 10 case.

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PARAMOUNT, Calif., March ll
(UP) Douglas (Ml Co. of Calff.
win receive a "substantial por portion"
tion" portion" of its crude oil requirements
from San Jacinto Petroleum Corp.
Under a long-term arrangement
jointly announced today by the
two oil concerns. Spokesmen said
first year deliveries should
amount to about two million barrels.

EDUCATION CIRCLE The children attending Vista Mar school in Dalv Citv Taiif ho,,M
SSTS? Sh8P 0t their -ins SS'SSwi
thVE2? u kinderartens. )t is of glass and concrete block construction The area inside
SostTv 'I "P P'y Thecircular building, left, background, wul have
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WHAT2IT? We might say, "Your guess is as good as ours,"
but the man told us what it is. It's a rear view of one of four
jet engines that powers a big Boeing 707 jet airliner being
readied for delivery. The tubes are part of a noise suppressor
system which will make the 145-passenger, 800-mile-an-hour
airliners as quiet as present piston-type planes.

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she's deserting revealing cos costumes
tumes costumes like that above. In "the
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Aldo Ray's- unfaithful Wife,
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with messed-up hair and gen generally
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MONDAY, MARCH 17, INI
Chrysler-Plymouth Brookline Tourney Pairings

0

1st Round Matches To Be
Completed By March 23

The draw for the first round of the Chrysler Chrysler-Plymouth
Plymouth Chrysler-Plymouth golf tournament at the Brazos Brook
Country Club was made this morning and the con contestants
testants contestants have until Sunday evening, March 23, to
complete their first round matches.

: The event is a Brookline tour-
nament whereby the players all
drive from the teen and then each
team decides which drive they
will play, using alternate strokes
until they hole out.
For instance, A and B decide
to play B's drive which means
that A will take the second shot
with IB hitting the third and so on.
Matches will be payed over 18
holes with ties to be setted on a
sudden-death basis when the
teams have the same handicaps.
Others will play an additional
nine holes. Three-quarters of the
handicap will be allowed.
In order to ffecilitatt the play playing
ing playing of these matches, provisions
have been made for a substitute
to lake theplace of player who
is unable to be on hand. This sub substitute
stitute substitute must not have a lower
handicap than the player from
whom he is pinch-hitting and he
must also play, off the same han handicap
dicap handicap than the player whom he
is pinchhitting and he must also

Spring-Time Fence

Neil Chrisley

Consecutive Home

i NEW YORK, March 17 (UP)
this would be the year that out outfielder
fielder outfielder Neil Chrisley, -perrmual
spring-time fence-buster and summer-time
bust, will make the
grade with the Washington Sena Senators.
tors. Senators. The six-foot-three, former full fullback
back fullback from little Neaberry College
turned in the best slugging show
of the exhibition season yesterday
when he unloaded three successive
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olav off the same handicap as
that person.
Here is the draw:
Whitney-Heyd (32) vs. Wilder
McLean (32).
Morland-Oueen (28) vs. Dick
Brown-Horan (27k
Puller-Humphreys () vs. bye.
Richmond-Smith (24) vs. M e i
singer-Daugherty (2$).
Noonan-Gorin (2L) vs. bye.
Hause-Gesink (2t vs, Bell-Nel
son (24).
Murpby-Nordstrpm (23) vs
Comptori-Middleirias ( 25 )
McGilberry-Dunean (19) vs. bye
Ferro-DeBoyrie (30) vs. H u 1 d
quist-Wainio (20).
French-Burns (25) vs.
Prier-Wallaee (20) vs.
bye.
Tdrtorici-
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Francey bs. bye
Alberga-Galmdo (21)
vs. Mee-
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Raymond-Hamlin (20) vs. bye.
Simon-Maduro (26) vs. Finne Finne-gan
gan Finne-gan -Dave Brown (24).
Lewis-J. P. Johnson (19 vs. bye,
er
Blasts 3
home runs., one with the bases
full, to give the Senators a 10-6
victory over the Detroit Tigers,
Chrisley. obtained from the Bos-.
ton Bed Spx In 1955, got his first1
two homers off Paul Foytack and
added his third off Mickey Me
Dermott. Russ Kemmerer, anoth
er former member of the Red
Sox, pitched the first six innings
for the Senators and received
credit for the victory.
This is Christy's third trial
with the Senators. He looked
like Major League timber in
the 1954 spring camp but
wound up with Louisville of
the American Association, bat batting
ting batting .292.
The 27-year-old lefty slugger
from Calhoun Falls, S.C earned
a late season trial with the Sena
tors last year after clubbing 15
homers and hitting .343 with In
uianapolis of the American Asso
ciation.
Now the Nats are giving Chris Chrisley
ley Chrisley another shot at big league
pitching, ana Dasea on ms early
stick work he may get a chance
to earn his letter this year.
Two other sluggers who already
have made their mark in the Ma
jors also enjoyed big days at the
plate m yesterday s exhibition
games.
Mickey Mantle, held hitless in
13 previous at-bats this spring,
slapped a pair of doubles as the
New York Yankees whipped the
Milwaukee Braves, 4-1, and Stan
Musial smacked a three-run horn
er to give the St. Louis Cardinals
a 6-3 triumph over the Cincmna
ti Redlegs.
Yogi Berra also had a hand
in the Yankees' third straight
triumph with a run producing
double and a 'single. It was the
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Can Kentucky, the last team to
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the Owls' 25-game winning
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Can Kansas State overcome the
scoring feats of Elgin Baylor he
same way it overcame Oscar
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These are the big questions in
college basketball today and they
all be answered at Louisville, Ky,
Friday night when Kentucky and
Temple clash for the Eastern
NCAA championship and Kansas
State faces Bayor's seatue team
for the western title, Friday win winner
ner winner meet Saturday for the nat national
ional national prawn.
.Judging from what happened
last Saturday when these four
tannic wnn regional finals to
Qualify for the Louisville compe
titinn iuct about anythrng can
Vianrum
Here's how the regional finals
went
At Charlotte, NC. Temple 69,
Dartmouth 50
At Lexington, Ky. Aemuc&y
, Notre Dame 56
At Lawrence, Kan. Kansas
State 68, Oklahoma state ai
At San Francisco, uain. aeai-
tle 66, California 62.
Basketball
Results
NIT at Now York
First Round
Xavier (0:) 95 Niagara 8$
Fordham 83 St. Francis (Pa.) s
.Quarter-Final
St. John's 71 Utah TO
St. Bona. 79 St. Joseph's 75
NCAA Regional
At Charlotte, N. C
Championship
Temple 69 Dartmouth 50
Lonsoiarion
Maryland 59 Manhattan 55
At Lexington, ny.
Championship
Kentucky 89 Notre Dame 56
Consolation
Indiana 98 Miami (O.) 91
At Lawrence, Kan.
Championship
Kansas St. 69 Oklahoma St. 57
Consolation
Cincinnati 97 Arkansas 62
At San Francisco
rU.mnlMtthla f
Seattle 86 CaKfprpia 62
Consolation
Sah Francisco 57 Idaho St. 51
NAIA at Kansas City, Mo.
Championship
Tenn. St. 85 Western 73
Consolation
Tex. Sou. 121 Georgetown 109
home on Musial's first homer of
the spring. Charley Rabe limited
St. Louis to only one hit over the
first five innings.
The San Francisco Giants scor
ed two runs off Herb Score in the
first three innings and went on
to edge the Cleveland Indians,
6-5. Score gave up four hits,
struck out two men and walked
two in his first official appearance
since suffering a serious eye m
jury last May. Dick Williams and
Minnie Minoso homered for the
Tribe.
Elsewhere, Don Drysdale pitched
one-hit ball for the first three in
nings as the Los Angeles Dodg
ers whipped the Red Sox, 5-1; the
Pittsburgh Pirates edged the Phil
adelphia Phillies. 6-5, in 10 in
nings, and the Chicago White
Sox breezed to an 8-2 victory over
the Kansas City Athletics. A game
between the Baltimore Orioles and
the Chicago Cubs was postponed
and will be played as part
of a
doubleheader Thursday.
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Tony Curtis in
"Sweet Smell of Success"
George Montgomery in
"STREET OF SINNERS"
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Double Four Races to Victory
In Francisco Arias Classic

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CLASSIC WINNER President Ernesto de la Guardla's
classy Irish-bred six -year-old grey sprinter Double Rour
strengthened his claim to the President Remon racetrack's
sprint championship yesterday afternoon by scoring a one one-length
length one-length victory over Embassy in the $7,500 added six furlong
Francisco Arias Paredes Classic. The grey son of Whitehall Whitehall-Remembrance
Remembrance Whitehall-Remembrance is shown surrounded by admirers In the win winner's
ner's winner's circle. The President's son Joaquin (standing in white
shirt) was on hand to congratulate leading jockey Braulio
Baeza for his perfect ride.

1957-58 Basketball Season
Rushes Into One of History's

Most Dramatic
By JOHN GRIFFIN
It's Kentucky vs. Temple and
Kansas State vs. Seattle, in ine
semifinals of the NCAA basket basketball
ball basketball tournament as the 1957 58
college season rushes this week
to one of history's most dramatic
climaxes.
These are the pairings for
games rriday nignt, wnen me
four teams, who were crownea
regional NCAA champs this week
end, gather at Louisville, Ky.
TnP Friday night winners will
battle Saturday night for .the na
tional crown.

The National Invitation Tourna-'NAIA

ment also winds up baturaay.
Sith a nationally televised title
urre in the afternoon. So far
only St. John s and St. nonaven nonaven-ture
ture nonaven-ture have earned semifinal
berths.
The Temple Kentucky clash
will be a reolay of one of the
season's greatest games. The two
teams met in early season on
Kentucky court and; the Wildcats
gained an nana decision ra mine
overtime. Temple hasn't been
beaten since, winning 25 straight
eames since that loss and it is
anxious to avenge.
Rodger The Spark
Temple gained its berth In the
semifinals (which will settle the
Eastern NCAA title) by drubbing
Dartmouth, 69-50, Saturday night
in the finals of the Charlotte,
N. C. regional. Sparked by Guy
Rodgers, who led the scoring
with 17 points and ran the team,
Temple led all the way. Rudy
Larusso had 19 tor tne losing
Indians.
Kentucky, three-time NCAA na
tional champion, sained the semi
finals for the fifth time in history
by crushing Notre Dame, 8956,
in the regional finals at Lexing
ton, Ky. The Wildcats opened an
18-point lead in the first barf and
romped as Vern Hatton took
scoring honors with 26 points.
Kansas State easily rumbled .to
a 69-57 victory over Oklahoma
State in the regional finals at
Lawrence, Kans. The Wildcats'
height dominated both backboards
and 6-8 Bob Boozer led the scor scoring
ing scoring with 26 points.
But Boozer was overshadowed
at Lawrence by soph Oscar Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson of Cincinnati, who set a
new NCAA Tournament single-
game scoring record by tallying
so points in a 97-ez victory over
Arkansas in the consolation
game. Robertson's feat erased
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Climaxes

the record of 48 set by Hal Lear
of Temple in 1956.
Seattle Clips CAL
At San Francisco, Seattle was
forced into overtime to beat Calr
ifornia 66-62. Charley Brown's
corner shot for Seattle with three
seconds left created a 60-60 tie
and forced an overtime, and he
then sparked the extra period
drive.
Elgin Baylor scored 26 points
for Seattle but lost ground to
Robertson in the battle for the
national scoring championship.
Roberson now finished, has 35.14
points per game; Baylor, 33.38.
Tennessee A. A I. won thp
championship at Kansas
City, handing Western Illinois its
first loss in 28 games this year,
85-73, in the final round. Charles
Carlton scored 18 points to lead
the third seeded Tennesseans,
who thus avenged a four point
regular season loss to Western
Illinois.
St. John's' advanced to the
semifinals of the NIT by edging
Utah, 71-70, on Lou Roethel's 20 20-foot
foot 20-foot hook shot at the final buzzer.
St. Bonaventure blew a 21-point
lead and then rallied to win Its
quarter-final from St. Joseph's
(Pa.), 79-75. v
In first rounders, Fordham
sank 59 per cent, of its shots to
beat St. Francis (Pa.), and Xav Xavier
ier Xavier of Ohio downed Niagara, 95 95-86,
86, 95-86, despite 41 points by Alek
(Boo) Ellis.
In NIT quarter-finals Tuesday,
Dayton will play Fordham and
Xavier will play Bradley.
In other NCAA consolation
games, Maryland downed Man Manhattan,
hattan, Manhattan, 59-55; Indiana beat Mia
mi of Ohio, 98-91; and San Fran
cisco defeated Idaho State, 57-51.
Robinson, Basilio
To Windup Training
Schedule In Chicago
NEW YORK, March 17 (UP) (UP)-Middleweight
Middleweight (UP)-Middleweight champion Carmen
Basilio and ex-champion Sugar
Ray Robinsdn will go to Chicago
tomorrow to finish training for
their return title fight there
March 25.
Basilio, who won the 160-pound
crown from Robinson at Yankee
Stadium last Sept. 23, will fly
from Syracuse, N. Y., and Sugar
Ray will entrain at New York,
6 p. m.
At Chicago the champion wii'
conclude his .preparations at
Johnny Coulon's Gymnasium, ; and
Robinson will wind, up at Joe
Louis' Gym. Each has already
reached the peak of conditioning
Basilio at Syracuse and Robinson
at Greenwood Lake, N. Y.
Carmen is favored at D-5 to
keep the title.
In New York tonight for an ap
pearance on the Steve Allen TV
show, Basilio said, "I'll prove
that Chicago is not my jinx city
although I lost all three of my
fights there to Chuck ; Davies,
Billy Graham ana Johnny saxton.
At least the officials said I lost,
although the only one who really
beat me was Graham.
Robinson sparred four pounds
today at Greenwood Lake and
then broke camp and motored in
to New York. Two sessions each
with Bobby Lee and Lee Williams
brought his rounds-total to 68. Dr.
Vincent Nardiello examined the
ex-champ and pronounced mm in
super condition.
Trainer Harry Wiley said, "Ray
is 30 per cent better now than
for the September fight. And he's
hitting much harder. All of his
training this time has been di directed
rected directed toward a knockout."

The 'Cococha Stables Double

Four yesterday afternoon raced to
a one-length victory in the $7,500
added six furlong Francisco Arias
Paredes Classic at the President
Kemon racetrack. Embassy was
second and Canoe third. The time
was a relatively alow 1:12.
Double Four got off to a good
start and quickly was battling for
the lead with Mend, which broke
on top, and speedy Nagir. He shook
them off in the third furlong and
entered the hometretch with a
comfortable three-length lead.
Embassy, outrun to the home homestretch,
stretch, homestretch, was, third passing by the
final furlong pole and gained by
leaps and bounds in the run to the
wire but he ran out of distance
and landed second. Canoe was two
lengths back of Embassy at the
end. Next came Nagir and Menel,
noses apart, in fourth and fifth
place. Melendez, King's Park. Ga
vilan, Affiliation Order and
Gouvernant trailed in that order.
Double Four, a six-year-did grey
son of Whitehall Remembrance,
paid $4 even and $3.60 place. Em
bassy returned a juicy $25 to place.
The one-two paid $78.60. Braulio
Baeza gave Double Four his usual
effective ride while Heliodoro Gus Gus-tines
tines Gus-tines had tolgh Isck aboard Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. Gustines and Baeza, once more
monopolized the riding honors.
Gustines swept the first four races
while Baeza won three of the last
four. Baeza's victory aboard
Quickie in the seventh race left
the stands in an uproar. Here the
poker-faced rider outgener allfid ve veteran
teran veteran Ruben Vasquez, who had the
leg up on mutuels favorite Jalisco.
Mutuels choices virtually swept
the card. Ann Drake's $9 was the
days best win dividend.
The dividends:
FIRST RACI
1- Colifato $3.80, $2.40
2 Venganza $2.80
SECOND RACI
1 Jump Quick $3.40, $3
1 2-Golrat $7
First Doubl: $6.40
THIRD RACI
l'-Monaco (Excluded from
bet-
ting)
2-Mimi $6.80
FOURTH RACI
1 Damadura $8.60, $4
2 Toxic $3.80
Quiniela: $19
FIFTH RACI
1 Ann Drake $9, $3.80
2- Jackbit $4
One-Two: $23.20
SIXTH RACE
1- As You Like Her $6.40, 4.40
2 Clarucha $6.20
SEVENTH RACI
1 Quickie $6.80, $3
2 Jalisco $2.60
Second Double: $29.20
EIGHTH RACI
1- Vespucio $3.40, $2.60
2 Mulchen $3.
Quiniela: $3.40
NINTH RACE
1 Dquble Four $4,
2 Embassy $25
Oro-Two: $78.60
TENTH RACE
1- Abolengo $2.80, $2.20
2 Riotous $3.
i Furnas Down Falomas
To Tie for. First Place
By DAN DIS LONDES
Second Ma If Standing
Team W L
Pumas 5 2
Conejos 5 2
Macaws 4 2
Palomas 3 4
Ocelots 2 5
Pericos 15
The Pumas took Saturday's play playoff
off playoff game by trouncing the Palo
mas 12 to 8. This win puts the Pu
mas in a tie for fust place with
the Conejos.
The Pumas wrapped up the
game all the way by scoring four
runs in the first then six runs in
the third and two runs in the
fifth.
This game was good batting
practice for the Pumas as they
collected fifteen hits.
Roe went all the way for the Pu
mas and was the winning pitcher
Pajak started for the Palomas but
Was relieved in the fourth by
Browder who went the rest of the
way.
Pearl was the big hitter of the
day as he had a perfect day get
ting four hits for four times at bat.

The box scire:
Palomas Ab R H
Rathgeber 2 11
Ashton 3 0 0
Huddleston 2 2 1
Pajak 3 1 l
Browder S 1 1
Boatwright 110
Caldwa 3 0 0
Rager 110
Arosemena 10 0
iBMdshaw 3 0 0
Total 17 7 4
Furnas Ab R H
Dempsey 110
Williams 3 0 0
Bateman 3 3 2
Schwazrach 3 3 3
Pearl 4 2.4
Finlason 4 2 2
Rot 3 02
Potter 3 11
Fraunhein 2 11
Zelniek 3 0 0
Pearl 10 0
Mm mis

Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT

SCARES

PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
25th Week
Colonial Insurance
45-30
41-34
41-34
39-36
37-38
35-40
32-43
30-45
Tivoli Motors
Colpan Motors
APA
Tasco Battery
Abattoir Nacional
Tahiti Jewelry
Spalding Dot
High Average
Men
Balcer
Coffey
Rudy
195
194
184
Woman
Hicks
Camby
Rudy
155
154
154
AP A 2, Colonial Insurance 1
APA had little respect for Colo
nial Insurance as league leaders
and took them for two points. (Bob
Toland and Harry Klumpp col
laborated to win the one point for
Colonial Insurance. Andy Fiston
ich (554). Earle Best (537) and
Dick Soyster (505) led APA and
Bob Toland (572) was the only one
to go over 500 for Colonial Insur
ance. This was also the highest
score for the night.
Colpan Motors 2, Tivoli Motors 1
In the match between vehicular
representatives,. Colpan Motors
emerged the victor and moved in
to a second place fie with the van
quished. Al Minor, Colpan Captain,
Don Rudy and Vi Rudy did the
most toward winning while Billy
Coffey. Ted and Reggie Schmidt
were high for the shirt-less aggre
gation of Tivolt Motors.
Spalding Dot 3
Abattoir Nacional 0
This was the first time
that
Spalding Dot applied the
white-
washing brush this season,
Wield
ing the heavy hand were Geirge
Riley (556), Bob Boyer (542), and
John Barbour (512). Going over
the five century mark for Abat Abattoir
toir Abattoir Nacional were, Mac Lane (530
and Ted Albritton (510).
Tahiti Jewelry 2; Tasco Battery 1
In this match of give and take,
Tahiti Jewelry wound up with
two points and Tasc Battery one.
Leading the Tahiti Jewelers were
Vernon Camby and Eva Stinson
while Ted Melanson was the high
generator for Tasco Battery.
Team Captains.
Please report at 7 p.m. next
week, for a short business meeting.
CLASSIC LEAGUE
sam
El Panama Hilton
Seymour Agency
Agewood
Cardoze Lindo
Carta Vieja
Austin

W L
6OV2 43V2
59 45
54Mi 49Mi
54 50
52 50
32 72

Leading averages: (Balcer 198,
Cascio 192, Coffey 191, Toland 190,
Damian 188.
El Panama Hilton 3Vi
Agewood Vi
The scheduled crucial set of
games lived up to all advance no notices
tices notices for tenseness and thrills.
Agewood team possessors of a
winning streak clashed head oh
with the Panama Hilton, who
were determined on holding to
their first place spot.
The first game was settled by
one pin with El Panama Hilton
coming out on top. An old sport sporting
ing sporting world proverb proved itself,
that is the winning team gets
the breaks. In the last frame the
El Panama Hilton received their
first break, when Agewood's two
perfect game bowlers, Balcer and
Damian missed getting oouDies in
the last frame despite pocket bits.
In the second game it was an another
other another .close tussle and the game
was agam deemed in the last
frame on a break. Bill Coffey mis mis-cued
cued mis-cued and was off the pocket but
came up with eight pins and gain gained
ed gained a tie. By the time the last
game rolled around, El Panama
Hilton took complete charge by
averaging 206 per man.
With sixteen more points or
four weeks to go no team except
Austin can be counted out of the
race.
Agewood
150 196
186 197
173 179
206 165
Ba.lc.er
Boyer
Knoll
Damian
El
Lane
Schmidt
Meianson
Coffey
Totals
221
155
163
172
567
538
515
543
Panama Hilton
162 191 237
202 147 212
169 178 167
182 221 207
590
561
514
6i
716 737 823 227b
Seymour Agency 3 Austin 1
The Seymour Agency shook up
their lineup, but in the first game
it appeard that the snake up was
of no value because Austin pranc
ed to a 117 pin win. However, in
the second game, Austin slipped
75 pins from their first game and
Seymour, improved, net result be
ing a 17 pin win.
This still meant that Seymour
was on the short end of the total

JA

Pms by 100. However, Richardson
5 got hot Md blarted
252 and 221 which not only won
the last set to but overcame thho
deficit by getting a 104 pin ma.
m. Austin rollad well as a team
but it was not in the cards tor
them to win.
Seymour Agency
Bowers
Nunes
Richardson
Cascio
Totals
156
168
176
182
192 189 537
158 179 .505
211 252 639
180 221 583
82 74 1 841 2264
Austin
Best
Pahl
Soto
Samaniego
Totals
Cardoze-Lindo
210
m
180
187
143 20 5356
222 178 622
149 201 530
210 1 155 552
799 724 737 2260
Cart Vieja 0
rinlw iLVinfude Motors of Car Car-doze
doze Car-doze Lmdo had sumcient power at
ment. In the tost encounter it
was not close, Evinrude all the
a2y JSf margin. BUt
in the middle game whtn Carta
Vieja got stronger the Evinrudet
gat got tougher and wo fa
same was a reneat
performance with Evinrude wm wm-m
m wm-m by 24 pins. This clean SweS,
of four points enhanced the Evil
rude chances for toe title, and de-
Vilia RZ,frp0iDt l0". Carta
Carta Vioja
Almeda
Brown
Hudy
Gleichman
Totals
161
173
170
174
198
176
149
188
190
147-
480
535
491
162
li
64 718 674 2056
Soyster
Lowande
Kunkel
Toland
Totals
.W0 731 698 2209
COFF1I AND DONUT LEAGUE
Miscasts
Misbehaved
Misfire
Mischief
Missys
Mistake
Misled
Misf3it
67
65
58
52
54
47
45
43
39
4?
50
55
54
61
6
65
Miscast 2, Misfits
the hinlf H8t toe Misfits are m
a d,d not deter these
damsels from battling the leaiai.
The Misfits carried the first game
gained enough margin to earn
themselves the bonus for tota"
Pins. Gloria Julian with 510 and
512u were the stnd,r
bearers for the Misfits, and for
the Miscasts G. Wiley with a 548
was the standout bowlerette.
Misbehaved 3, Mistake 1
The runnerups Misbehaved
duchesses closed the gap on :
iS??1. leaders when they took the
Mistakes into camp by a 3 to l
5ariin- 0nIy m 1,18 second game
did the Misbehaved misbehave and
dropped the game by 41 pins. Two
df the belles of the Misbehaved
rung up 500 series. Wally MorgaS
with a 507 and Jo Mack with 509.
The Mistakes also had two dolls
that stook out with Wolitarsky
having 510 and Mimi Metzger
with 542.
Misfire 3, Mischief 1
The Mischiefs sisters had their
fun early in the morning when
they beat the Misfires by 15 pins,
but then the ladies of the mystic
body of Misfires got warmed up
and burnt u p the rest nf the
games and total pins. Two chics
of the Misfires went home happy,
Mary Arnold with her 529 and
Lee Wihslow with her 530. The
Mischief maidens who enjoyed
their frolicw ere Pat Hill with 502
and Lucy Ross with 561.
Missys 3, Misled 1
The Missys were on their way
to a clean sweep, when the Mis Misled
led Misled revolted and salvaged the last
Kne of the morning session at
Clayton Center. The Missys
gained their victory the hard way
because only one of their fair la ladies
dies ladies hit the 500 marks, the honor
going to L Beler. The loss was a
tough break for the Misleds be
cause two of their kegierettea
gained the 500 summit, when Lois
Crummit spilled 516 pins and N.
Marohl managed a nifty 521 set.

Evinrude
162 174 179 515
187 180 140 507
197 168 209 oi
242 093 170 613



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Ninth Annual Balboa Relays
To Have Total Of 24 Events

The ninth annual Balboa Relays
are set to roll for a two night
stand this year at Balboa Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. The first night of events will
be Friday, March 21, and the
final evenly will be on Saturday,
March 22.
In addition to the 24 track and
field events in three divisions,
there will also be the colorful
opening ceremonies Wich win
1 feature the honorary referee,
Henry Leisy, Relays Queen
Frances Paige, and the introduc
tidn of the boys who are back to
defend titles they won, last year.
All told 217 athletes nave enter
ed the big track and filed meet.
Forty-six of these are in the
junior high division, 58 in the
elementary, and 113 in the open
division. It is in theopen division
only that a team championship
will be determined, and 11 dif different
ferent different outfits have entries here.
Some of the field events will
start fis early as 6:30 p.m. on Fri
day, but the main action will take
place right after the opening ce ceremony
remony ceremony which is at 7:15 dn Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Saturday it is about the same
except that there will be no open open-,
, open-, ing ceremony so the first linal
event on the track will start at
7:30, Preliminaries and field
events will be the order of the
evening from 6:30 to 7:30 both
nights.
i In anticipation of another stand stand-,
, stand-, ing room only crowd, the Balboa
High School officials, sponsor of
the meet, have made 8arrange 8arrange-'
' 8arrange-' ments to out tickets on sale in the
Balboa Service Center starting
' Monday evening. Tickets sell for
' 80 cents for one night, or a 75
! cent ducat will he good both
nights.
Albrook AFB will have the
' favorities role for the third
straight year, but the competition
, in the 13 open events is expected
, to be very close. In the Junior
, High section of the Meet, Balboa,
. Cristobal, and Stt Mary's will bat bat-tie
tie bat-tie it out for individual honors.

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after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT $50.00, furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment with all. North
American neighbor, 82nd Street
No. 48, phone 3-0471 2 2-3343.
3343. 2-3343. FOR RENT Beautiful ( resi residence
dence residence of three, bedrooms, three
bathrooms, maid's room, living
rcom, dining room, kitchen,
open porch, terrace, hot water,
big patio all fenced, screened
windows with ventian blinds. For
immediate occupancy. Prefera Preferable
ble Preferable American family. If inter inter-ested
ested inter-ested phone 2-3145 Panama.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT Commercial site.
Justo Arosemena Avenue No. v
37-11. Information Novelties
"El Siglo" Central Avenue
Phone. 2-2341.
aii elementary teams will be
aiming to defeat the srieedv ATI-
con ads. These ads have dominat
ed me youngest section of the
Relays so many years on can
naraiy remember anyone else
winning. '4'ne word is out this
year that somme the other
schools have been working over overtime
time overtime trying to put together a 440
relay team that can take the
measure of the Anconites. Don't
bet' next week's grocery money
that any of them will get the job
done, however. 1
A series of three articles will
start tomorrow in your favorite
newspaper which will deal with
th, 13 events in "the open division.
Athough the old-crystal ball has
never neen orrgnier, rnere are
some dark areas in it that result
from the unknpwn ability of sev
eral of the military entries.
For example, the Marines from
RoVnan have a full squad enter
ed, b$ there is no dope on their
condition, experience or ability.
This is, also true to a less. degree
about the Fort Amador and Fort
Clayton teams.
It all adds up to the fact that
these men have to be ignored
when figuring th& order of finish,
when in reality they might be ca capable
pable capable of taking the honors in any
one or several events.
Teams that have entered the
meet with the number of entires
in paraetataeses are: Elementary
Gatun (6), Ancon (6),' Diablo (6),
South Margarita (6), North Mar Margarita
garita Margarita 6), St. Mary's (7), Balboa
(8), CristoDai (i), uamDoa t.oj.
Junior High-St. Mary's (12), Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal (15), Balboa V).
Open division-Junior College (3)
Fort Clayton (7), 20ih Inf. (1), Al Albrook
brook Albrook (13), Cristobal High (13),
Araletic C'ub (14), Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador 8), Marines (14), i Fort Davis,
(1), Balboa High (22), Balboa
Boys Club (17).

LEAVE rOUB AD WITH ONE Of OUB AGENTS OK OUB OFFICES AT 13-37 "V STREET. PANAMA- MBRF.H14 PKKCIADO-1 Street No. M AGENClAi
INTERNAL. OK PJJBUCACIONBS-Ne J Utter, Hate C ASA ? io--Ctr, 1 Av s LOOBD PHARMACY. -182 I C. squill. F ARMAC1 LOM LOM-8ARDO
8ARDO LOM-8ARDO No M "B Street MORRISON ttb of Jul, J St (IIWTS SERVH'V-A if Tirell No. 4 FARMCtA KS1AOOS UMDOS-14S Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX-114 Centre) Avenue HOUSEHOLD FX CHA NtiF 1 fa d. I. Ona Ave No 11 m fOTO OOMT -Jntfo Arewnw Ave nrt 33 S FARSIAOA

VAN-DER-JISSO Street No SI FARMACIA EL B ATtlRKn P.. f

the Belle Vtata Theatre, a CO! ON: Central Avenue 12,15 Tel. 431

Automobiles
FOR SALE 49 DeSoto Sedan
good mechanical condition
$350 or best offer. Also wringer-type
washing machine. Call
Panama 3-7882.
FOR SALE Model "A" Ford
Sedan. Excellent condition. Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
FOR SALE 1950 EKiick Dy Dy-naflow
naflow Dy-naflow 2-tone, new (ires, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, new
battery. A bargain at $350.00.
Call Panama 3-0826.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford Cus Custom
tom Custom 300 6 eyl. 4 door with ra radio,
dio, radio, 5500 miles New car con condition.
dition. condition. 0861-B Oleander St.
Balboa. Tel. 2-3307.
FOR SALE Mercury 1951
Tudor, good condition. Call R.
Hubert, Navy 22?5 from 8 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
FOR .$ALE 1957 Chevrolet
Pickup Vi ton. May be seen at
Coroxal Motor Pool 8 a.m. to
11 a.m. or at house 2068 Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu after 4 p.m.
NIKON
Cameras
Rt
l.l.lHIII
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
"GET STREAMLINED"
the MriLevj way. Body Massare,
Excerclstng Machines, Turkish,
bath. Trained operators tor ladlea
and gentlemen. Get resulta.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
I. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
TeL 3-2217
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave,
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RUXiE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present, car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
representing
Government Employees Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
&. Phone 3-49843-485
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
, NOT INTERESTED
CHICAGO (W).-4,uy5f
, iLn rViai n an
32,000 teenagers i v.6
area reveals they. not parti
cularly interesieu in o-'cuv?
politics, according to Illinois In In-Ititute
Ititute In-Ititute of Technology; Topping the
list of interest o? the Chicago a a-rea
rea a-rea teeriagert is "clotmng nd
personal appearanpe. Rankin?
far down the- list were science
and politics.
CHICKS
Male Hybrid
For Delivery March 19
$5.00 per hundred
Telephone 3-1514
YALE
Registered Trademark
INDUSTRIAL LIFT
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
i.ocal Representative
L A. POWELL, S. A.
COLON
Tel. 74.106 Apartado 199

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FOR SALE Solid mahogany
dro'pleaf dinino t.hU rtiairc
,$140. Phone Balboa 2-4455.
FOR SALE Fully automatic
washing machine; double bed
with boat spring and mattress.
Calf Curundu 5231.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE Cabin cruiser, 20
ft., two 30 h.p. outboards, with
trailer. Tel. 3-4955.
T
United Textile
Workers Elect
Hew President
WASHINGTON. March 17 (UPl
The United extile Workers U-
mon (UW) today Dresented
new president and executive board
tor the approval of the AFL-CIO
The 40,000 member union, on
probation by the AFL-CIO, late
yesterday chose 51-year-old Georee
Baldanzi as its new president and
rrancis acnauientm as scretarv
treasurer.
Baldanzi made labor histnrv
when ho left the old CIO Textile
Union in 1952, taking 20,000 mem members
bers members with him, to form the UTW.
Schaufenbil has recently been act acting
ing acting head of the union.
AFL-CIO monitor 'Peter M. Mc Mc-Gavin
Gavin Mc-Gavin indicated that he was not
entirely satisfied with the record
of all the officers elected. But the
union .did nbt appear to be in anv
danger of being ousted from the
parent organization.
Winding upxits two-day conven
tion here, the union also adopted a
resolution calling for merger with
its rival, the much larger Textile

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WELCOME Col. Howard H. Hasting, chairman of the U.S. Army Caribbean West Point exam examining
ining examining botod, extends a welcome to four of the candidates who appeared before the board here
last week. The candidates shown with Hastings are, left to right, Benjamin Donald Blood of
Buenos Aires, Argentina; Earl Albert Hart, of Rio de Janeiro,-Brazil; Jaime A. Tijerino Calonje
and Abaro Zamoro Soto, both of San Jose", Costa Rica. As candidates for admission to the U.8.
Military Acadeimy, they young men took mental medical and physical tests to determine-qualifications
for admission with the class scheduled to enter the Academy in July. (U ,S. Army
photo).

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IS THIS THE JOB YOU ALWAYS WANTED-Ifs no business, as usual, for T. H. Goddard
as he relaxes with his pet cat in front of the pot-bellied stove in his general store in Winkle, 111.
Goddard has no competition. In fact he's the last businessman in town and his only problem is
customers. Once a thriving town with a population of 500, Winkle now boasts only 15 homes,
eacris-enting for $8 a -nonth. It became a near ghost town when the mine which was its chief
industry shut down. Gxldard is sure the mine will never reopen, but says he's been a fixture at
Winkle too lorig to mov on, and is content to run thetore for the few people lelL.

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Miscellaneous
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 ret consisting of 3 dicta dictators,
tors, dictators, electric type, 1 transcriber
and cylinder shaver. Quantity of
cylinder rides included. Tel. Ft.
Amador 5219.. Complete price
$275.00.
FOR SALE Necchi portable
sewing machine, used twice.
Phone Navy 3395.
FOR SALE Lester Spinet pi piano.
ano. piano. Phone 3193, house 2723
Cocoli.
FOR SALE 24 ft. cabin boat
with 40 h.p. engine. Inspected
and registered for 8 persons
$600. Albrook 7131.
Kohler 1500 watts DC light
plant and one Briggs and Strat Strat-ton
ton Strat-ton 3 Horsepower gas engine,
$225 and $40. Both in very
good condition, Box 1892 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Workers Union of America (TWA)
The UTW was put under AFL
CIO monitorship after the Senate
Rackets Committee forced resig
nation of former president Amno-
ny Vatente and secretary-treasur
er Lloyd Klenert by turning up
charges the two had misused u-
nion funds.
PRETENDER ON CRUISE
LISBON. Portugal, (UP) Don
.Tnan nrotfinder to the throne Oi
- -- r t .
Spain, sailed toaay aaoaro. u i s
yacht Saltillo on a cruise which
may include a visit to the Uniled
States. The 54-foot ketch carried
seven passengers and a crew oi
four.

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111 NOVEDADES 4TH1S

Real Estate
FOR SALE Three adjoining
lots, Calle El Condor in Las
Cumbres, can be. seen anytime,
4100 meters at 1.60, 2700 me meters
ters meters at .65 and 3200 meters at
.85. Write Box 4331, Panama.
FOR SALE Three house. 9th
Street, Pueblo Nuevo. Living Living-din,
din, Living-din, ng-room, kitchen, bath, 2
bedrooms, porch, garage, front
and rear garden, masonry con construction,
struction, construction, tile floors, "Alumalife
roof. $6,400.00; $6,300.00 and
$6,200.00. Make your offer en
initial payment. Call 3-7820.
FOR SALE $5000.00 cash.
Acquire and occupy immediate immediately
ly immediately $30,000.00 4-bedroom, 3 3-faathroom
faathroom 3-faathroom 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.
Real Kiniolk
LONDON, March 17 (UP) -The
former president of the National
Society for Psychical Research
said today he has found twt
cousins who could read each
others' minds.
Dr. Samuel toal said J.6 year year-old
old year-old Glyn Jopes, of Capel CuiiJ
Wales, correctly identified 25 pic picture
ture picture cards "thought" at him by
his cousin, Ieuan Jones, also 16.
"The odds against this happen happening
ing happening by chance are 623,380,473,135,
120,-to-one," Soal said.
FIRE REPORT BRIEF
r.ot.TlMBUS. Ohio. (UP) The
ifire department here got a call
for the downtown section toaay
and sent eight trucks and one
chief to the scene. The chief's re re-nnrt
nnrt re-nnrt nn the fire Was: "Man dry
ing pants by stove, caught same
'afire, no loss.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL C Z.
Notice to four friends, custom customer.
er. customer. We are now open for busi business.
ness. business. Rateleg Ollar. Everything
in repair, rebuild and service
Radio, T.V. and Household ap appliance.
pliance. appliance. Your satisfaction is our
livelihood. If your electrical
equipment does not work, bring
It to 7-71 J. Street. Rapid serv service,
ice, service, quality workmanship, cus custom
tom custom installation.
WANTED In "Las Cumbres"
house preferably furnished. Pay
cash. Write details price, Stewart
Eagan, El Valle, giving telegra telegraphic
phic telegraphic address.
Dap endabla Seventh-Day Ad Ad-ventist
ventist Ad-ventist young woman desires to
work for American family; 3,
4, 5 or six days a week. Can
be contacted at house 207, Apt.
E, Paraiso, Canal Zone.

Rainbow City Softball League
Opener Scheduled Tomorrow

By HERBERT MOISE
Organizers of the Rainbow City
Open Classitication Soltball League
Will d.ow me iw on lup iugm buu buu-ball
ball buu-ball on the Atlantic side at Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City tomorrow for the sixth
year.
Deportivo Baby Salas and Cafe
Cool Spot will iace each oilier iol-
lowing the opening ceremonies,
League activities will ) begin
promptly at 4:45 p.m. on thnl play playground
ground playground adjacent to the gymnast
um.
Standford Graham. Panama Ci City
ty City business and sportsman, will
be honored guest and will t03s out
the iraditional "first Ditch."
Leaguerarectofs announced that
the opening ceremonies will be
simple, short and snappy.
The kickoff for the 1958 season
will open with Herbert Moise in introducing
troducing introducing the board of directors
and other league officials, the four
participating team managers and
guests.
League president Joscfelyn Ever-,
ing'wi l make a short talk, follow followed
ed followed by the raising of the league
banner. A ter the banner raising.
the Rev. Father Renaldo, will give
the benediction.
At this point in the opening cer
emony, vice president Jeff Joseph
will introduce Chester DeSouza,
last season's MVP, and award him
a rrophy donated by Colon's Mu
nicipal Treasurer, Aaron Abougns-
men.
Now And Old Faces
In this four-team loop, there
will be severa. new faces with the
old crowd pleasers coming back
to insure a balanced quadrates of
teams.
aacn team win play is games
AAtinit nnnU 4L.. kin !.
meeting each ream six times on
the season, which will run for ap
proximately seven weeks.
All games wi'l begin at 4:40 p.m.
on the Rainbow City Playground.
Deportivo Baby Salas. compris
ed mainly of the personnel of the
now disbanded Dark Millionaires,
will showcase such old hands as
Fred Sapp, the most talked about
pitcher in these parts; Alejandro
"Rio" Bovell, the jriskv pnd friv
olous ball hawk; Cecil 'Mickey
Robinson, the qu ck-moving iniie.d-
er with the deadly accurate throw;
Nugent "Tutu" Joseph, the always
electrifying ball player and Lou

"SLAUGHTER ON 10th AVENUE"

It's all on the Motion picturee screen! The story of
New York's savage waterfront wars! "SLAUGHTER ON
10th AVENUE" told the way it happened, with all the brute
force, the violence, the terror! "SLAUGHTER ON 10th
AVENUE." the drama of the men and the women who dar dared
ed dared defy the racketeers on the world's toughest doeks, star starring
ring starring Richird Ean as the investigator who dared to expose
corruption and gambled his life to prove it. Jan Sterling
as the woman who had to avenge the man she loved, also
starring Dan Duryea and Julie Adams. "SLAUGHTER ON
10th AVENUE" OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 19 AT THE- LUX.

WANTED English speaking
salesmen, part or full time sell selling.
ing. selling. Apply in writing stating full
qualifications ana) enclosing pho photograph,
tograph, photograph, P.O. Box 617 Panama.

WANTED Experienced hand
to help take 30 ft. Auxiliary
cutter to Florida. Yacht "Hera
Mau," Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. 0. D.
Dependable TV
Service
Reasonable
eliable
adio TV
epair
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Ava. 18-20
Box 1890, Panama, R.P.
Cutter ants, chinch tugs, gar garden
den garden insects exterminated at low
cost. Quick service, results guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. "Servient Pronto." TeL
Panima 3-7977, Colon 1777.
Hilzinger, nationally known twir-
ler. This team possesses the qua
lities to qualLy as a definite top
contender. Robinson will manage.
The Cafe Cool Spot, virtual de defending
fending defending champions, will present
the same team with added'
strength. This team changed
sponsors during the oif season.
.With dynamic Pau Walker at the
hem, this outft wiU field again
Chester DeSouza, the big man of
1957; Herman Agard, the hard
working ace of the staff, and Roy
nedman who has shown promise
of moving into the potential' ex expected
pected expected o: him these past years.
The addition to this club that
will improve its chance of repeat
ing it record breaking 1957 sea season
son season is Wally "Anddrson. onetime
batting champ pf the league.
wauy wi I add depth to the in
field and will bolster the hitting.
The Cool Spot team will be press
ed to maintain its undefeated sta
tus during this 1958 campaign.
Last season they won the title
without a loss. This is still a iooa
team and will battle right down
to the wire.
With the sagacious and flam flamboyant
boyant flamboyant Henry Thomas running the
Powell team we are iurt to find
the perfect combination of talent
and leadership on this club. The
Charles Brothers, Hugh and Her Herman,
man, Herman, George jKnowles, Luis Un Undo,
do, Undo, and Stanley Arthur are just
a few ot the staiwarts on this club.
If this combination works out
Powells wi!l stay in the light for
championship honors.
The fourth team, Hermanos Yoh Yoh-ros
ros Yoh-ros with Manoiin Perez as man
ager, brings back into this league
several old faces with an equai
number o; promising new ones,
Perez unlike Thomas is new in the
'league, while Thomas .is the only
Imanaaer who has run teams in
,this loop during all its campaigns,
1 mi. fll all j- J m il tr
The likes of Claude Tait, Ken
neth McClaren, Hank Cole, Ray
Simons and the Hardy Brothers
will 'definitely have the Perez
charges in contention. The new
faces on this new club make it
tough to predict their contribution
to the cause of the club, but Pa Pa-nolin
nolin Pa-nolin Perez has enough experi experi-enca
enca experi-enca on his club to balance out
the league. This team wiil win
its share of games and make it
"hot as possible" for the others
in this, loop.
A eomnletA rundown nf thi srhprf.
Wile will be printed in a later ar
ticle along with the roster of each
team.

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PAGE SEVEN
Balboa High-Kent In Pacific Twilight Loop Finale Tonight

MONDAY. MARCH 7. IMi

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PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Standings

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Balboa High School
Kent Cigarettes
Lucky Strika
Junior College

Tonight's Gam
Balboa High vs Kent Cigarettes

Spooner: All I Know
Is Playing Baseball

By HARRY GRAYSON

BALBOA RELAYS QUEEN Frances Paige is ail set to fire the starting pistol for Al Nah Nahmad
mad Nahmad and Joe Trower to get off to a practice race. Trower recently injured nis leg und
Is a doubtful starter In the Relays, but Nahmad will run on the mile relay team for the
Bulldogs, and possibly both medley teams. Ths Balboa Relays will be held next Friday

unci Saturday.

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JOHN PETTINGILL, Balboa High School track coach, is giv giving
ing giving some pointers to Al Nahmad and Abel Lagassle about ba baton
ton baton passing. In addition to his relay work, Lagassiewill run
the mile for the Bulldogs in the March 21-22 Relays. Nah Nahmad
mad Nahmad will probably see .action on several of the Relay teams.

i n
JOE WILLIAMS

CLEARWATER, Fla The pro producer,
ducer, producer, Bob Carpenter, was bedded
down with stomach distress and
the visiting Manahattan crick w
referred to Roy Harney, the cast casting
ing casting director, as a source of en enlightenment.
lightenment. enlightenment. "On the whole the cast, in its
present form, is somewhat less
than perfect,", admitted Harney.
"We have some excellent princip principals,
als, principals, but frankly we are weak, at
least uncertain, in several support supporting
ing supporting roles."
Harney was on his way to catch
a rehearsal and indicated a toler tolerance
ance tolerance for the visitor's company..
"Fortunately, in Mayo Smith,
we have a stage director of con consummate
summate consummate skill. By the time the
show is ready to open it could
be we'll have a soiid hit. Rememb Remember,
er, Remember, we surprised the entertainment
world a year agp."
Within minutes we arrived at a
large outdoor studio, with such
realistic stage propos as batting
cages, pitching lanes and sliding
pits. Smith, leaning against an
upended fire-engine-red costume
trunk, swept the spacious stage
and populous cast with probing,
practiced eyes. Channel 9's answ answer
er answer to the departure of the Giants
and Dodgers was in the prelimina preliminary
ry preliminary stages of productidn.
"We're having a review in
Yankee Stadium April 12th," Ha Harney
rney Harney said to the stage director,
"but this fellow can't wait. He
wants to know what the orphaned
National League fans can expect
to get from us on telcvison next
seaso"."
Smith Smi'ed nrofissitmrllv

"Well, vyou know the history 'of

summer replacements in the in industry.
dustry. industry. The viewing public is con conditioned
ditioned conditioned to mediocrity. Yet every
once in a while' a sleeper comes
through to confound everybody.
For example, whoever expected
to find us topping the ratings last
July?"
For more than half the season
the Phillies were indeed the sur surprise
prise surprise team of '58. On July 16th
they led the NL, then continued
into August only a step or so from
first place. Conceivaby they might
have gone all the way if Robin
Roberts hadn't had the worst year
of his career, and if Stan Lopata
hadn't run into a succession jf in injuries.
juries. injuries. "In spite of that, with one more
power bat, we might have taken
it all, Smith said, dreamily.
Power In Post.
An unprecedented burgeoning of
freshmen, seven in all, wrought
the near miracle. Foi:r pitchers,
two outfielders, and one infielder
made the varsity their first year.
Of the group, two were outstand outstanding.
ing. outstanding. Jack Sanford won 19 games
to become "Rookie of the Year"
and Ed Bouchee, with 17 homers,
hit .293.
. At this' time a year ago you
wouldn't have given a quarter for
the Phillies on rye bread. Then,
of a sudden, the pea greens began
to click. A shrewd Hnmpv riaai

pugged the short stop hole with
Jill.. n j

vnreu rernanaez, ana nome at attendance
tendance attendance soared to 1,146,230, third
best in the league.
Now Smith has the power hitter
he wanted. Wallv Post of the Reds

m exenange lor pitcher Harvey
Haddix. Also, Lopata is physically

7:00 p.m. Balboa Stadium
Balboa High School will try to
wrap up the 1958 Pacific Twilight
l eague championship tonight when

they tangle with the Kent Cigaret-

n: nine.
The game is the last scheduled

in 1958 season play and Kent will

have' to come up with a Win to tie

we ii oni running mgn cnooi.

victory for High School will make

the Schoilboys 1958 Twiloop cham champions
pions champions but if Kent should win the
two teams will go into a three

game eries scheduled for next
to determine the champion championship.
ship. championship. i 1 FMto with a three win and
one loss record will go ti the
iiuiuiu lor Kent and Morgan
Schoch will put his four wins and
one loss record on the line for Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (NEAt
It was a Marrh nioht at IfiA a

chilly night, and the Dodgers were
plying the White Sox is an exhibi exhibi-9
9 exhibi-9 5tion game at Miami Stadium. At
8 1 6 the end of the first inning, Walter
7 Alston sent Karl Spooner to the

H bullpen and started him on the

dismal, pain-racked road he now
travels.
Threee years, ago, Karl was
21-game winner for Fort Worth, a
fire-throwing left-hander who had
sturck out 224 Texas League bat batters
ters batters and then whiffed 27 Giants
and Pirates in his first two ap appearances
pearances appearances as a major leaguer and
Brooklyn chorused, "We shoulda
had Spooner sooner."

Intramural Sports

B League Bowling
Geotge Camby's bowling team
defeated Jim Freeman's team by
a 3 to 0 count and thus they won
the league by a narrow one game
morgin from Ralph Glazer's and
Dick Lawson's team which tied
for second.

The bowling competition in the
Balboa Junior Senior Highs was

much closer than anticipated when

the league swung into action sev

eral weeks ago. The surprise team

of the league was that captained

trail to end up tied for second.

Camby was the top bowler for
his team being consistently in the

200 bracket for a 2 game series.

Archie Carroll was the next in

line for honors with this team. Guy

Lord was the best blower for Gla

zers team, having only one series
under 200, and that was a 195 set.
Jim Stevenson was very close
to Lord, but in the final game he
slipped at 165 series, but other
than this he was well over the 200
mark each series. John McNall
was the number one bowler for
Lawson's team. In fact, when
Lawson's team got McNall they
started to win their games. Art
Edwards, Pete Greene, and Dick
Morris chipped in with fine series
for Lawson, but they weren't as
consistent as McNall.
Final Standings

He was a $40,5000 piece of pitch

er but this wmter the Cardinals

Houston farm team drafted a sore-

armed, dispirited Karl fdr $4,500

from Macon of the Sally League.

And it all goes back to this 'night

at Miami Stadium in 1955.
"Johnny Podres started against
the White Sox and I was to pitch
the three middle innings;" Spoon Spooner
er Spooner recalls.
It breaks your heart to hear him

recount it as he sits in the Cardinal

dressing room waiting for Dr. Bob

Bauman to rub his left shoulder.

l'odres was racked up for six

runs in the first inning and at the

end of the second told Walter Als

ton he had enough. Alston told me

to go to the bull pen, but the Dod

gert went out one-two-three and I

got in no more thar. 15 warm-upJ

pitches, if that many. I got rid of

the first hitter, but somebody beat

out a swinging bunt down the third

base line and then I walked a man.

"I decided to bear down a little
and the batter hit into a double

play. I had no trouble in the fourth

good. I never had arm trouble be-
iore.
"I couldn't throw at all for three
weeks and it Was July before I
could throw hard again, but with
four or five days rest, I did fairly
well.
"But couldn't pitch a lick in
1956 and it hurt every time I threw
a ball for Macon last summer. The
only reason I got anybody out was
that I could throw the ball where
I wanted it."
Last November," Spooner des'per des'per-au.y
au.y des'per-au.y turned to an operation in
which Dr. Herbert Fett, Sr., in
Brooklyn, rtmoved scar tissue and
adhesions from the tendon at the
point of his shoulder.
"I'm encouraged now," Spoon Spooner
er Spooner says. "I've already thrown hard harder
er harder than I have since the 1955 World
c : mi ti. i

acnes, mere s a utile pain oc

casionally, but I guess you have to
expect that even in a good ram."
Spooner believes he is better and,
as he tells you, he just has to be.

"I'VE GOT TO M-KI IT," he

says. "What else can I do? All

I know is baseball. I've got two

little daughters. My wife, Carol,
has been wonderful, but I've never
made much .' oney out of.baseball.
The most I ever got was $9,00!) aft after
er after my one good year."
Trouble always has plagued this
fine boy. An orphan, he worked

on farms to get through high school
at Oriskaney Falls, N. Y., outside
of Utica. Hey was born with flat
feet which handicapped him in run

ning at the start of his career. A
torn cartilage had to be taken from

his knee in the fall of 1954.

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m the fifth, i racl if hp ever reaain th. Inn...

limbed, explosive throwing form
that amazed everybody when, he
first icame around.

"JUST BEFORE LEAVING the
park my arm and shoulder started
to throb. 1 asked Harold Wendler,
the trainer, to rub in some oil to
keep the arm warm. I told him a a-bout
bout a-bout the throbbing. He said I had
to expect it the first time put. But
I felt at the time that his wasn't

"I haven't cut loose yet,"- Spoon Spooner
er Spooner says. "But I'll make it. Pve got
to" r
He is -the saddest part of this
spring.

CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!

Team W L Pt.
Camby 15 6 .714
Glazer 14 7 .667
Lawson 14 7 .687
Blaney U 10 .524
Forbes 11 10 .524
Nessler 9 9 .500
Freeman 8 15 .166
Jenkins 1 H .067

JOHN SHAPMAN, former Ca California
lifornia California High School track
man, will be the mainstay
for the Army in the Balboa
Relays. He is a versatile ath athlete
lete athlete for in addition to bis
favorite event, thj 440, he
can do well the sprints,
broad jump (above), and
high jump. He has a 440 time
this year of 51 seconds, i-

sound. Even so, Smith isn't much
better off than he was at the end
of last season when the Phillies
faded to fifth.
Bouchee, involved in a morals
oLense, may be permanently
through. Harry Anderson is to be
brought in from the outfield to
take over at first base. Granny
Hamner is to switch irom seond

to third... "if he can make the

bunt play"... and Ted Kazanski,
heretofore utility, is to go to se second.
cond. second. Thus an experinmental in infield,
field, infield, with only one position, short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, proved big league.
"You got to admit it's a no novelty,"
velty," novelty," said Smith. "Besides they
want you to be different Jn TV.
A Two-Way Loss
Bouchee is an unspoken name
here. However, if circumstances
Werp to nermit (he Phillips nrnuM

readily take him back. News of

ms arrest ana me nature ot the
charifp werp a stimninD ehn1r tn

the club. His deportment had been
perfect and on one ever knew he
was a psychiatric case.
Viewed stricktly in baseball teams
it is tragic to see a brilliant care career
er career shattered before it scarcely be began.
gan. began. This young man, 24, a father
of two, was on his way to geniune
greatness... "He can't miss being
the best hitter in the league in a
coup'e iof years," predicted Stan
Musial. And as a glove man he
was coming along fast.
A Phllly veteran told us: "He
was the fellow we were going to
boild arornd. The big man. He
would have been to us what Wil Williams
liams Williams is to the Red Sox. Mantle
to the Yankees, and Aaron to the
Kraves. We waited 25 years for
him, and look what happens,"

A League Basketball
The Hawkeyes won a tight one

point victory, 47-46, from the un

derrated Lakers, ana tnis set me
stage for the big game with the
Devils. Both the Devils and Haw Hawkeyes
keyes Hawkeyes entered this game With 4-1
records, so their game was for the

championship.

It was the Celtics, nowever, mai

made this game a truly champion

ship contest, tor on me previous previously
ly previously undefeated Devils, 34-27. Gary
Alexander went wildm this game

for the Celtics, pumping in 24
points, which almost enough to get
the job done in itself. The Devils
had an off afternoon, with their
usually reliable scorers not even

able to hit the bacK Doara, lei a
long get the bal in the basket.
Th Hawkeves win over the Lak

ers the next day came in the final
Kppnnds of olay when Simms Al-

lpn fouled Rov Culbreth. Culbreth

psimlv atenned ud to the ine and

dropped in two charity tosses and

this won tne nau game.

Tn thP hie same the Devils got

off to a alow start and trailed 9-6
at the end of the first quarter.
Their defensive play tightened
up conslderabley after this, how however
ever however and limited the Hawkeyes
to one basket while they were
racKhg up 10 points. From then
on it was all the Devils with the
final score being 41-33. Ken Hock,
Ronnie Mead, and Don Alexander
were the big scoreres for the De Devils
vils Devils "'hile Roy Culbreth's 16 points
was Kgh for the game and the
hawkeyes.

Pinal Standings

Team
TVevils
Hawkeyei
Celtics
Lakers

W L Pet.

.833
.667
.333
.167

COMMUNISTS EXPEL LEADER
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March
17 (UP) The Communist Party
expelled its Lapland leader be because
cause because he joined a Rotary Club,
the Stockholm newspaper Afton Afton-bladet
bladet Afton-bladet said today.
The leader, Arne Ylippa, is a
building contractor, the newspa newspaper
per newspaper said. He was charged with

failure to toe the party line.

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY CF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinrry Drawing No. 2036, Sunday, March 16, 19S8

The wh

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First Prize
Second Prize
Thhd Prize

1417
4991
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6617
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1412
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N,nC HUndred Wb,e UcketS end,n' ln m the .hove 8t win Plfty Two Do.lar, (62W, each
The whole ticket has 52 piects divided in two series "A" ti "B" of 26 pieces each

Slaved by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced.: 47-121M
Th, 0( fne Treasury JOSE MANUELSILVERA

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO

wojary FuMJc, Panama

miNfcfchKS: Luis Morales Perez Ced. I.C R.A.3MM41
, Marcos A. Salazar Ced. 28-14612

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DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1958
Drawing: Number 737
Fraction ticket

. 17 $11.00 $220.00

. 91 3 00
. 74 2.00

First Prize.
Second Prize.
Third Prize.

60.00
40,1)0

PABLO A. PINEL M.

Secretary.

PLAN OP ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2637 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE MARCH 23, 1958

Divldtd ir two ne. ot 29 fraction each denominated

ze, Series A and B. of

me, Series A end B, nf

A" and

first mm

S26.DO0.00 each (series
7.800 00 each series
3.900.00 each series
2(9.00 each series
1.309.00 each series
78.00 each series
24.00 each series

1 First Prim

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I Third Pr ze. Serlx A nrf

18 ADDroxlmatlons. Series A and B. of
Prtaes. Series A and R of
MB Prize. SmIm A ,nd B nf

0 Prizes. Series A and B. of

... Second prize
IS Approximations. Series A and B. of $ 65.00 each series
t Prizes, Series A and B. ot 130.00 each series
THIRD PRIZE
IS Approximations, Series A and B, of f 52.00 each series
Prizes, Serin A and B. of ,8.00 each series

i7 miea Total

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23.400 0
14.040 i
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Price of a whole ticket
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PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS, OR TAXES

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Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson Says .
Legislation Now In Congress
Means 2,000,000 More Jobs
WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)--Senate Democratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson estimated today that anti antirecession
recession antirecession legislation moving through Congress could provide two million jobs. That is almost 40 per cent of the
5,173,800 unemployed in February.
"I have a great deal more conf idence in the econom ic outlook now simply because the wheels have vbeen set
in motion and the government is actively at work to com bat unemployment," Johnson told reporters.
"I do not think the outlook is at all dark. We are d oomed to gloom only if we sit around wringing our hands
helplessly and asserting that nothing need be done -or should be done."
He said he had never conceded the country must go through "boom and bust" cycles. The immediate prob problem,
lem, problem, he said, is to create jobs for the more than five mill ion persons out of work.

"There is a potential of two mil millions
lions millions jobs in various measures
pending before Congress, ne
declared.
Johnson's statement was one of
the most optimisti by any De Democrat
mocrat Democrat since the current reces recession
sion recession began. It came anud these
other developments of the econo economic
mic economic front:
The federal reserve Board
was xpectod to rtport today
-that industrial output showed
another drop in bruary.
Treasury Secretary Robert
B Anderson expressed new con-
Former Isthmian
Elizabeth Williams
Dies In California
News has been received on
the isthmus of the death of
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, wife of
Walter D. Williams, at Novato,
Cal., March 9. She was 54 years
of age and had suffered a long
Illness.
The Wllllamaes were well
known residents of the Atian Atian-tie
tie Atian-tie side and he is a retired Pan Panama
ama Panama canal employe.
In' addition to her husband,
Mrs. Williams is survived by
four daughters: Mrs. Margaret
naiiarrin nf Panama City. Mrs.
Eleanor Wilcox of San Raphael,
r.n Mrs. Roberta Egols of Car
ta Madera. Cal.. and Mrs. Ann
Mitchum of Charleston, S.C.
ILJTTUELJXJ
KAnrp men would get married
if it wasn't so tough to support a
wife ond the government on one
paycheck.
Weather Or Not
This weather report f of the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, Is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
Low 75 80
HUMIDITY:
High 90 80
Low 52 78
WIND:
j (max. mph) N-13 NK-18
RAIN (Inches) 0 T
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 79 82
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TUESDAY, MARCH 18
High : Low
2:43 a.m. 8:53 a.m.
3; 06 p.m. 9:14 p.m.

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fidence in the fundamental"
strength of the economy. Citing
encouraging" factors in January
and February, he said now is the
time for the wise businessman"
to hire salesmen, build the factor factories
ies factories and do the research needed
for the expanding America of
the future."
Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kan.),
an administration backer, said he
is preparing a standby bill to cut
withholding, taxes in half for the
last half of this year if Congress
decides on a tax cut. Carlson, a
member of th tax-writing Senate
Finance committee, estimated
his plan would save taxpayers six

billion dollars.
His action came as Sen. J. Wil William
liam William Fulbright (D-Ark.), chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Banking Com
mittee, announced ne wouio. ass
Congress,
to earmarK iwo pinion
Early Churchgoers'
'Operation Diaper'
Ready For Easter
Military and civilian persoonel
,hn attend the Easter Sunrise
cartvino at Fort Amador Will be
able to leave, tneir younasvere un
a nursery which will be set up
for the occasion in the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador service club.
"Operation Diaper," now an an annual
nual annual afiair, will get uMerway at
5:30 Easter morning, vym o
pervised by Mrs. Betty Haber
stirk. club director, a staff of vol
unteer enlisted men from Fort
Amador will be on hand to take
care of the children.
Last vear. with the aid of Mrs.
Haberstick and a registered nurse
from Gorgas Hospital, the ama
teur baby sitters looked after u
tots ran sine in aee trom iwo
months to eieht years.
The service club plans tiv bor-
kia nidi, nunc haflSl.
luw uauy ucuo, yiaj iv-ni, m.ww
nettes, bottle warmers ana a va
riety of toys to Keep me young
customers amused. Nursery
rhymes and children's songs will
be played on a ni-n set.
Facilities will be open to all
military and civclian families. En Enlisted
listed Enlisted men who wish to volunteer
for nursery duty should contact
Mrs. Haberstick.
Bulgy Dispatches
New Wordy Letter
To Britain's Mac
LONDON, March 17 (UP)
Soviet Premier Nicolal Bulga Bulga-nin
nin Bulga-nin today dispatched a new 3,-800-word
letter to British Prime
Minister after a 10-minute con conversation.
versation. conversation. This was Macmillan's first
communication from Moscow
since last week's announcement
that Macmillan and President
Elsenhower will hold their own
Summit talks In Washington
this June.
Some observers saw that as a
move to hurry the Russians a a-long
long a-long toward practical arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for an east-west confer conference.
ence. conference. Face terror
and disgrace
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dollars for loans to help localities
buid job-providing pubic works.
Fulbright said it was formal formally
ly formally agreed that the Federal go government
vernment government should help to end the
recession and "the only argu argument
ment argument seems to be as to thu
nature and the timing of the
steps which the government
must take."
Carlson, echoing the line taken
by the White House, told a report reporter
er reporter he still was not conviced that

tax reduction was necessary to
pull the conomy out of the dol doldrums.
drums. doldrums. (But he said that if Congress
should decide on such action he
I would offer his "quicke' plan to
slash withholding taxes in half.
He said he felt it would be the
best way. to pump new purchasing
power into me economy in a
hurry.
Employers now deduct and turn
over to uncle Sam 18 per cent of
an employe s estimated taxable
income what is left after family
exemptions and deductions.
Under Carlton's plan, the rate
would drop to 9 per cunt until
Jan. 1, 1959, and then rise again.
Taxpayers not subject to with
holding, such as physicians and
other professional men, would get
their tax windfalls when they sub submitted
mitted submitted their quarterly payments
on their estimated tax bills.
Both the adnnistration and
Democratic congressional leaders
are waiting a few weks before
deciding whether to push tax re
duction. t
They plan'to keep a close oy
en economic indicators for the
next few weeks especially the
March unemployment figures
4m next month.
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS:
Sen. John M. Butler (R-Md.)
said present high income tax
rates were "far beyond the pint
of diminishing returns" and "we
can no longer afford the luxury."
He joined those calling for tax
relief to stimulate business activ activity.
ity. activity. Senate Republican leaders
predicted Congress would
demand a "buy American" policy
with foreign aid funds to provide
jobs in this country. The forecast
was issued by Senate GOP leader
William F. KnoMand (R-Calif.)
and Chairman Styfcs Bridges R
(N.H.) of the Senate GOP Policy
Committee.
Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel (R
Calify called for "positive" gov
ernment steps to ease unemply-
ment and reserve the business
skid. But he vigorously opposed
"lead-raking" works projects and
cautioned against large-scale tax
reduction.
The House was scheduled to
act Wednesday on the first ma-
ior anti-recession bill of the ses
sion a si,so,oou,uvu housing
measure designed to spur con
struction of 200,000 homes and
American Pianist
Charlie Kunz
Dies In London
LONDON, March 17 (UP)
American born pianist-band
leader Charlie Kunz died yester yesterday
day yesterday at the age Of 61.
Kunz, a native of Allentown,
Pa., came to Britain In 1922 for
an eight-week engagement and
stayed 35 years.
London liked Kunz and his
friendly drawl as much as he
liked the English capital. It was
not long before his special
rhythmic style of "thumping"
the keys caught on In music
halls throughout the country.
Kunz' smooth mijsic touch
made him a favorite at such
hotels as the Savoy and on BBC
programs. He became ill two
years ago.
He Is survived by his widow
and three sons.

Shah's Ex-Wite Near Collapse With Grief

COLOGNE, Germany, March 17
(UP) Former Queen Soraya of
Iran today was reported near col collapse
lapse collapse in her grief over the break breakup
up breakup of her marriage to Shah Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Reza Pahlevi.
The beautiful, 25-year-old Soraya
remained in virtual seclusion in
the Iranian embassy residence
here. Her father is Iran's ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to West Germany.
Soraya's German born mother
told reporters that her daughter
was "completely exhausted. The
family doctor said Soraya needs
a complete rest to regain full
health.
The 39-year-old Shah divorced
Soraya by proclamation in Teh Tehran
ran Tehran Friday because of her failure

provide half a million jobs. The
Senate approved the bill last week
86 to 0.
Filbrieht's anti-recession bill

would increase from 100 million
dollars to two billion dolars the
amount now available for Federal
loans for community facilities.
The loans, would carry an inter interest
est interest rate not more than one-quarter
of one per cent higher than
the average rate for all govern
ment debt. That would be about
3 per cent at present.
Negotiators Back
In Paris With New
Tunisian Proposals
TUNIS. March 17 (UP) U.S.
and British negotiators Robert
Muroby and Harold Beeiey return
to Paris today with Tunisian coun
ter-proposals tor seining me uve
week-oid crisis with France.
Both trouble-shooters preserved
strict silence on Tunisia's reply
to French compromise suggestions
they brought here from Pans six
days agg. But informed sources
indicated that Tunisia has modi
fied its original demands.
Just after urencn pianes Domu Domu-ed
ed Domu-ed the Tunisian border village ; of
Sakiet Feb. 8, President naoiD
Boureuiba demanded that all
French iorces leave Tunisia imme immediately
diately immediately and that the French find
an "international" solution to the
Algerian rebellion.
He is believed to have brought
his demands nearer to the report reported
ed reported French compromise sugges suggestions:
tions: suggestions: re-groupment of French
forces in the billion-dollar naval
base at Bizerte, neutral 21 control
of French airfields in Tunisia.
Boureuiba is also believed to
have dropped entirely his demand
for discussion of the1 Algerian re rebellion,
bellion, rebellion, and to have agreed to o o-pen
pen o-pen French consulates which he
closed in reprisal for the Sakiet
bombing.
Zone Reenlisfment
Rate Drop Slight
A slieht droD in the command's
reenlistment rate has been report reported
ed reported by Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean. The monthly rate for
February was 42.6 compared to
January's total of 59.2.
The figure reached in January
was the highest ever attained in
this command and was 35.2 per
cent greater than the Department
of the Army's total.
Twenty-nine enlisted men reen-
listed out of 68 eligible in Februa February
ry February for th command's mark of
42.6. Sixteen of 22 E-5's and above
and 13 of 48 E-4's and below eli eligible
gible eligible reenlisted.
The post breakdown is: Quarry
Heights, 110 per cent; Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, 71.4 per cent; Fort Gulick,
66.7 per cent; Fort Kobbe, 58.8
per cent and Fort Clayton, 23.3
per cent.
Industrial Worker
Eugene I. Hay
Dies In Hospital
Eugene I. Hay, a painter with
the Industrial Division, died last
night at Coco Solo Hospital
where he had been a patient
since March 10. He was 46 years
old.
A native of Costa Rica, where
he was born Nov. 11, 1911, he had
been with the industrial Division
since 1930.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Maud Brayton, and made
his nome in colon. Funeral ar
rangementa will be announced lat
er-
during their seven-year marriage
to bear him a male heir. In Teh Tehran
ran Tehran today, the Majlis (parliament)
formally thanked the Shah for
the "sacrifice he made in divorc divorcing
ing divorcing Soraya for the good of the
country.
The Shah postponed signing the
official divorce register which
would formalize the end of th
marriage because of the visit of
Austrian Prime Minister Leopold
Figl. He is expected to sign with within
in within the next few days.
The Shah also put off a trip to
the Abadan oil fields where he
was scheduled to spend the Iran Iranian
ian Iranian New Year holidays beginning
March 21.

Ike Seen Backing Away

From Atomic
WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)
The United States is shying
away from president Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's proposal to let foreign Ra
tions conduct tneir own raaioac raaioac-tivlty
tivlty raaioac-tivlty tests at the forthcoming
U.S. Pacific atomic tests, it was
learned today.
There also has been no deci
sion on whether foreign observ
ers will be permitted at the tests,
starting next month. They will
feature a nuclear explosion in
space and a test of proposed de defenses
fenses defenses against intercontinental
ballistis missiles.
The President told a news con conference
ference conference July 3 that "If ever un under
der under any circumstances there is
another atomic test made. I am
going t invite any country in
the world that wants to come
onH ro its' rockets in the air
and see just exactly how much
radioactive fallout tnere is irum
these bombs."
Th. Chief Executive made
(ho ctatement rlurine one of -j
the recurring controversies as
to whether U.S. and Russian
nuclear tests were poisoning
the atmosphere with radioac radioactive
tive radioactive substances.
Eisenhower said this country s
purpose in conducting atomic
tests was "to make small, clean
j 4-a main n:or-
B ntfintaic in the state and
Defense departments and the
Atomic Energy Commission voic
ed strong douot toaay, uuc:
fhof oiissia or anv other country
would be Invited to make rocket
tests of the atmosphere during
the approaching Pacific tests.
The President dropped a hint
he was backing away from his
own idea at a news conference
ie. fhon month aeo. Asked
about his Julv offer, the Presi
Columnist Predicts
Passage Of Postal
Pay Hike Bill Soon
columnist Jerry
tri..t). Va nrerllcfced. that the
.ni nov-lrtr-rease Dill Wul
JShThhX nsed bv the U.S
Congress within the next week
r in rinvs. He feels, however,
that there is only a faint chance
ffrwadnnal action on the
pay increase fon classified fed federal
eral federal workers before the Easter
w . 1. A null
recess. The recess starw nui.
and continues tnrougn npm
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The Senate nas passea a r
srivine a seven-and-a-half per
cent pay boost for both postal
and classified workers.
Wnnsp Bill BHHH.wrucn Cri ico
an m nprrpm, raise is nuw m
the House. It was reported out
of committee during the absence
of its chairman, Rep. Tom Mur Murray
ray Murray (D.-Tenn.) who has been
hosnitalized for about three
weeks
The bill was reported out
while the acting-chairman, Rep
James H. Morrison tu.-u,;
headed the eroun. Morrison is
reportedly very much m favor
of a large nay Increase.
A report to vlce-oresldent Ru-
fus M. Loveiaay rrom tne na
tional headquarters of the A
merican Federation of Govern
ment Employes disclosed tnat
Speaker Sam Rayburn (D.-Tex,)
is reluctant to have the bill
brought to the floor while Mur Mur-rav
rav Mur-rav is ill.. Ravburn is said to
orefer to wait until Murray has
had an opportunity to recover
before proceeding with the leg
islation.
Columnist Kluttz has also ex
oressed the oninion that Presi
dent Elsenhower will allow an
elght-and-a-half-cent pay raise
to become law, wovldeH a first first-class
class first-class postal raise to five-cente
Is enacted.
Bills nrovldlne for both a
four-and-a-half-cent first-class
rate and a fie-cent rate are
now before a House, and Seante
conference.
Can find Schmidt
Still Serious
The condition of Richard Gau
and Douglas Schmidt who were
burned a week ago in a plane
crash is still serious, Gorgas
Hosnital said today.
The victim of a chlva accl-
Ident. Mario R.anirel 9H spv.in
1 Panamanian, was taken off the
'serious list yesterday.
Informed sources in Tehran said
the Shah was avoiding public ap
pearances oecause ne was dis
inclined to see the people so soon
aner mi arvorce. me snan al
ready made it plain that he is
unhappy over the end of his mar marriage.
riage. marriage. But under Moslem law
only a male heir can succeed to
the throne.
An embassy spokesman here
said that Soraya, in spite of her
condition, discussed her future
plans with her, family today. He
said a decision had been reached
on where she will take n resi.
dence but will be kept secret until
puouc interest has died out.

Proposa

lent said, "Well, I haven't done
mythine about it at all yet."
He added that he did not know
whether "It would be wise" to
nvite foreign observers. He did
not even mention- the possibility
chat foreigners might conduct
their radioactivity tests.
Meantime, the AEC ana tne
Defense Department announced
3ept. 15, 1957 that a United Na Nations
tions Nations agency would be invited to
designate an international group
to observe one of the Pacliic ex explosions
plosions explosions involving limited radio
active fallout.
In response to inquiries, the
United Press was informed
that "no decision" has been
made on whether U.N. observers-
would be invited to the
summer test series. v
Officials .said the matter wa
beinir discussed by represents
tives of the wmte House, otate
and Defense Departments, the
Atomic Energy commission, and
Joint Tpsk Force Seven which is
conducting the tests. A decision
was expected early next month
If foreigners were .invited to
witness the Pacific test, they,

would go to the last or next tojwhich had the names of the can-

the shot, according to present,
thinking. I
Russia conducted tne sixtn ex-
plosion in its current series ol
atomic tests Saturday. As always,
the Soviet tests are being con
ducted in deepest secrecy.
P7 Million US'Loan
jhVk h'"eed
-RP Negotiators
Finance Minister Dr. Gilber Gilber-to
to Gilber-to Arias, and comptroller Gen
eral Roberto Heur.ematte were
scheduled to report to President
de la Guardia today on their
efforts to negotiate a $27,000,000
loan in the United States to pay
off Panama's internal debt.
Both Arias and Heurtematte,
who returned to Panama Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a fact-finding trip, to
the States, declared that their
negotiations were successful and
its now up to the government
to decide, when the loan would
go into effect.
Along with Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to the United States,
Ricardo Arias, Gilberto Arias and
Heurtematte said they received
assurances for the loan at an in interest
terest interest rate of 4 per cent for 35
years with the $1,940,000 Canal
annuity paid to Panama by the
United Spates as a collateral.
Arias said he considered the
efforts of the three-man delega delegation
tion delegation bore considerable fruit in
.that they were able to get the
Irfan at the lowest possible, rate
of interest.
Recently, he said, a loan p" p"-sible
sible p"-sible similar to the, one sought by
Panama was granted to the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian government at a rate of 5V4
per cent.
RP Cement Firm
To Build Homes
For Employes
i
A new housing area for, the
pmniovfls nf the Cemento Pan
ama, company, will be built &
long the Trans-isthmian High Highway
way Highway adjacent to the company's
plant, it has disclosed by Au Au-pusto
pusto Au-pusto 8. Boyd. Jr., chairman of
the board of directors.
Thenew ufbanizatlon will be
located a auarter of a mile from
the cement plant, In th set'on
known as Quebranch?. 30 miles
from Panama City. It will in include
clude include 50 dtfplex homes for the
employes and their families;
three living quarter for bache bachelors,
lors, bachelors, and five chalet type homes
for. supervisory personnel.
The urbanization will have
paved streets, electrieity, water
onri ffiewatre 'svstem. a cuumu,
supermarket, playgrounds and a
clubhouse for movies anoAcum
munity activities.
F.aeh home will consist Of tWO
bedrooms, living ana aming
rnnm kitchen, bathroom and
front back gardens. Eacn oupiex
will house two families. The
hnmoK vlll be offered to emolo-
yes at a prices much lower than
fViPv cnniri De acouireu uuui
other sources.
Armed Forces Day
Theft Five Days
Stealing a purse out of ah
automobile narked at the Arm
ed Forces Day show at Albrook
AFB sent Luis Antonio Correa,
19, Panamanian, to, Balboa jail
today for rive days.
The young man pleaded guilty
to havlne taken the nurse valu
ed at $1 from Jo Ann Hawkins.
A younger Teenager was also
caught with tJorrea; but as he
was only 14 years old no formal
charges were placed against
,,); iyV-.
The thef ts was seen by an In
dividual stationed at Albrook.

Three American
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Russian Parliamentary Elections

LONDON. March 17 (LP).
three American election observers
on their reaction to yesterday's
voting.

Moscow radio said the meeting was at the 3U;xUon of
the three official observers Professors Richard Scamjoi. and

Cyril Black and editor Headley

What they told the Communist Party leader was nojlmme

diately reported.
The Russians elected 1378 mem members
bers members of the Supreme Soviet yes yesterday
terday yesterday in nationwide balloting j in
which virtually every voter went
to the polls.
The outcome of the elections
could be safely declared even be before
fore before the polling stations opened
since there was only a single
slate of Coommunists to vote for.
But official figures are expected
later to show as many as 99.9
per cent of the voters turned Out.
The American observers tour
ed polling stations and officials
showod them some disapproving
ballots to prowt that the voting
was not unanimous, Moscow ra radio
dio radio reported.
The broadcast said the Amen Amen-rans
rans Amen-rans saw clerks oDening the bal-
lot boxes and counting tne votes
and 4hat "several ballot papers
didate struck out, meaning wai
the electors had voted against,
were shown
There were no incidents report
ed nor was there any doubt as to
the outcome. Voters turned out
by the tens of thousands through throughout
out throughout the 15 republics of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Unioni cast their hallots, and
went on to speno tne aay at pat patties
ties patties and celebrations. The nation
was in a holiday mood.
Scammon commented that few
persons were using the closed
hooths.
"It was explained to him,"
Mcicow Radio said, "that this
occurs when electors know the
candidates well arid do not deem
it necessarv to BO into tne
booths."
Students' Appeal
In Bus Seat Case
Before High Court
WASHINGTON, March 17 (UP)
The Supreme Court may act
today on the appeal of three
college Students convicwsa Man
year of violating a new ous
seating ordinance in Tallahas
see. Fla. ,
The court meets latr In the
day to hand down decisions and
announce which apneals it will
accept for review. Then it ad adjourns
journs adjourns for a two-week recess to
permit opinion writing.
The iustices have been on the
bertch the last two weeks hear hearing
ing hearing important labor cases among
others. Therefore few written
opinions are expected today.
The three Florida students
one white and two Negro were
.enteced to 60 days -In jail and
fined 50i each by City Judge
Jon Rudd;
The Tallahassee ordinance
authorized bus drivers to tell
riders where to sit- But the stu students
dents students insisted on changing
places.
The court mav agree tb hear
arguments on the case or dis dispose
pose dispose of H some other way.
The
Judge's Bench
Driver isls Jose Martinez, 30,
Panamanian, was fined $15 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
for "cutting in to the right"
while passing another vehicle on
Thatoher Highway.
Albert Constance, 30. Panama
nian, was jailed for 10 days for
loitering near the Paraiso Club
house.
Bus driver Julian T. Bralth Bralth-waite,
waite, Bralth-waite, 40, Panamanian, drew a
suspended sentence for overload overloading
ing overloading his vehicle.
Stowaways Put Off
Shin At Balboa
Two stowaways who had board boarded
ed boarded the freighter Ocean Rose on
the west coast of SouthgArsrica
were set ashore in Balboa in the
Dost-midnieht hours this morning,
The vessel paused to put them off
before makmg a northbound tran transit!
sit! transit!
One stowaway understood, to
be a Spaniard, the other a Chile Chilean.
an. Chilean. Both are m Balboa jial await awaiting
ing awaiting repiYriation.
Civic Council
To Hold Meetings
At Pedro Miguel
Officers of the Pedro Miguel
Civic Council will meet with the
children and teenagers of the
community at 6:30 p.m. Wednes
day, council president Cleveland
Roberts said today.
The meeting with youngsters
will be followed byt one with a-
dults at 7:30 n.m.
Roberts said the Canal Zone
Police have furnished the Council
with a full report on the minor
disturbances that have been oc occurring
curring occurring m the newly) resettled
town.

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Observers Watch
MI
Nikita Khrushchev talle
in the
today for a first-nau
report
Supreme Soviet (Partunent)
Donovan of "Fortune."
In 1954, official tigurei showed
s.S8 per cent ot a) elijple vqt vqt-ers
ers vqt-ers over 18 years of agelost bil
lots and 99.'9 per cent hed fbr
the single slate of Corkunifti
ano non party associate.
Bob Hope Is $111
Just A Tourist
To The Russians
MOSCOW. March 17 (tP)
om""n non iJor :whi en awy
his firr full day m MoseowTbstft
day looking for just one Russian
give him a oub!e-take arid re re-ogniie
ogniie re-ogniie him. There were no takei.
As far as the average Hussin
was concerned. th wisecracki ;
TV, movie and radiostar in t
United States was just anothf
tO"nyt.
Jas night, Hope said, he wt
relieved -to find sememe mov'i
nurposefuHv towards him at tl
National Restaurant.
"i thought 1 had found ot
oerfnn knew m." slm sail
I fisured he was fromt to a
me for my ?"toenoh. turn
out to be a Frenchman.
Hope, who arrived yesterdaM
said he is having trouble wit
the language. He said it took him
30 mmutes to orner dre?kast
the Ukrainia Hotel yesterday mor
nine, and he exhausted the fou
words I knew."
He wanfc' b'mV.""d e?s. He
got a tray of bologna, overdone
eggs and a huge loaf of bread,
he said.
Then he went o'f sightseeing
at the Kremlin. Yesterday after
noon, he was a guest at a recep reception
tion reception given by U.S. Ambassador
Llewellyn Thompson for the three
Hon witnessing yesterday's parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary elections.
The visiting American star,
who wants to run his latest
movie, "Paris Holiday," in a
Moscow theater, went to the Rus Russian
sian Russian Circus yesterday and took it
in stride. (
When one of the performers
was described as "King of the
Clowns," Hope disagreed.
"I am king of the clowns," he
said.
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