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BUENOS AIRES 62;o
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FLY NOW with
tfte people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1958
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issary Employes Fired
MISS SANDRA HUGHES,
Queen of the Canal Zone Po Police
lice Police Association, boards a
COPA plane at Tocumen this
morning to go to David where
she will represent the Canal
Zone at this week's Patronal
Celebration. The attractive
Canal Zone Junior College
student is ian official guest
for the three-day program,
,and carried with her the, pest
wishes of the, people of the
Canal Zone to all Chiricanos
for a successful ce'ebration.
$25,000,000 Loan Negotiations Show...
tart OeJit Good
On AY Stock Exchange
ThwvA is rrmsirlevflhlp interest, nn r.he NfiW Yavk
stock exchange towards buying bonds issued by the
ranam a, .government, it was reveaiea toaay oy fin finance
ance finance Minis; er Dr. Gilborto Arias and Comptroller
Genrral Roberto Heurtematte.
The two government officials, who returned
frbrt) the United States over the weekend, disclosed
tnat ranama s good credit rating najs ciearea uie
way for the negotiation of a $25,000,000 loan on the
New York stock exchange at the lowest possible rate
oi int erest.
Arias, Heurtematte and Ricardo Arias, Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Ambassador to Washington, comprised a in investigation
vestigation investigation and study committee appointed by Pres-
negotiating a loan to refund portion of the coun country's
try's country's internal debt. k
Tho unhmittad an extensive re-iinav even be as low as 4 pfir
Don 10 rrestueni. ue xa uuuia,ui.
Wat mWS- W m wP? ": .t BbJbbHB
iSsaaa aa ,HHHHH
RUMORS that Labor. and Health
Minister Mrs. Cecilia R e m o n
would be sent to Peru as Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador have been flatly denied by
high government sources.
The same sources said Mrs. Ra Ramon
mon Ramon is presently occupied in ex ex-tenaing
tenaing ex-tenaing the services offered by
her ministry in the interior of the
yesterday and declared today that
the President wouia De aDie to
announce withn a few days
whether the loan would be nego negotiated
tiated negotiated or not.
Arias and Heurtematte told
newsmen today they considered
the offer of a $25,006,000 loan at
an interest rate ot not more than
4V4 per cent for 35 years as "feasible."
tofi ae taker
f and when
made for the
Thev Domted out that this
was 'indicative of high regard J
in which Panama it held en
the stock exchange. They com compared
pared compared the offer with a $15,000, $15,000,-000
000 $15,000,-000 loan granted to the Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam city government earli earlier
er earlier thit month at SV per cent,
and a simitar loan to the Union
of South Africa in January at
5.7 per cent interest,
Heurtematte pointed jSJ$t
nhm their Duroose rtecsei knoWji,
maWreraest is tae atmosfiat ws
loan, the interest
ru. ..mw a( civ mam teen-
egers have paid $5 fine$ to ob
Cisco de la Caleta where teenag teenag-who
who teenag-who inn arreted by the police
on the tnet aHer 9 p.rn.
t .jlitinn Mavnr JOSe v-
... trolo imnnsed a $60 fine on
ffl ZrJFto in San Fran
cisco de la Caleta where Teenag Teenager!
er! Teenager! were arrested during one of
the after-curfew raids by the Na National
tional National Guard.
Two Line Officials
Arrive To Examine
Muck Arosa Sun
Two offficials from the Arosa
Line flew down to the Isthmus
today to be on hand when the dis disabled
abled disabled cruise ship Arosa Sim i
towed into Cristobal torn o r r o e
Meanwhile, a seaman, Ernst
Wsemin, who was burned in
explosion aboard the cruise ship
and brought here on a passin
ship, was considered to be
Ithey eould haVe closed tne
S Plans for the loan, if given fi
nal approval by the government,
include the cancellation of pend-, ossihiv as much as oo years or
Ing obligations totaling some 13,10re.
M 1A million r1nt1niC inplllfiintJ Sul I n i n -v 1 'j iL
Kl At lUllilUli UUliai o, hiviuuiiij)
tiflo.oeo to the 'CMiriaui Land- Co.
GETTING READY for a low-level flight across the Isthmus is the panel of consultants here
to studv the Interoceanic canal problem. Sho Wn left to right are Dean S. C, Hollister, Cornell
University; Bernard Zincke; Francis S. Fr,iel, of Philadelphia; Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold;
John Ei Slater, of New York; E. S. Randolph, of Baton Rouge, La., and Hartley Rowe, or
Boston They made the trip yesterday afternoon. Members were slated to go through the
cut this morning. Yesterday they held their first formal meeting in the board room of the
U.S. MOON-ROCKET STATEMENT SOON?
WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) Sigh defense officials said the United States, now that it
has two satellites spinning around the globe, may announce plans to send a rocket to the moon
Meanwhile a high-ranking scientist said Russia may have halted jts satellite launchings in
hopes oi lulling Americans into complacency in the space race.
Anoiner guess as TO wny ine ivieinuu na hw ov-"inn M
Moscow may be seeking to spring a major triumph by shooting a man into space and bringing
iff J&k&$L m j -. JsJlSLJm. tk- -iM-1.
orbit rmmtfuTrew out 4vHh to some 8511 mlleyJl(awee arth.
Because of its heifiht far above
DiKcia'c Snutniks I and II and
tie U.S. Explorer I satellite sci scientists
entists scientists predicted a life fiMr it f
and an equal sum to the World
Bank an the redemption of
some bond issue earning 6 per
cent per annum.
The ret of ,he JZS.OOQ.oot
loan will be used to carry Pub Public
lic Public Works feeder roads projects
in conformity with the authorl authorl-ty
ty authorl-ty vested in the executive pow power
er power by the National Assembly.
After the background and the
reasons tor the proposed negotw negotw-Unntt
Unntt negotw-Unntt mr the Inan wpre eiven by
Hho RMnanpo Minister the f'nmn-
; ..... .iiuuiv ..v Jr
ii'i,llnr Avrtloino1 that thp iAAa is
. .1 1AUH..J1VM U.H. u. .uvu
tn hp m i-... i
"fair condit on today at Gorga veeotlatinB a ioa at 4 oer cent
Hospita Authorities said the 28-,t0 pav oi obligations earning 6
year-oia seaman was suu on the .j. cent
The Secret Police aye thwart thwart-M
M thwart-M a $110,000 swindle with the ar
TJr V pLoIoc Hein Meverowitz
MCI Vll VU
who is wanted in Venezue a on
charges of a iw.
Meyerowistz me to Panarna
from Venezuela about twoeeKs
?go with a
3ft with which he was trying to
feiotiS the purchase iof property
WoS $110-000 1 he was nab nab-bed
bed nab-bed by detectives and sent DacK
serinustv ill list
A message received by the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Port Captain's Office today
from the tug Taboga set the ex expected
pected expected time of arrival of the Aro Arosa
sa Arosa Sun at about 10 a.m. tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. tug personnel reported they
made contact yesterday with the
shin, which is about 40 .mile s
north of Cartagena, Colombia, and
Degan tne two soon anerwaras.
There are 200 passengers aboard
4U 10 AAA 4 km T) n
LIIC IDfWU'LUJl JT d lid 111 el "Hag pdSSeil
1 i l-
" Mexican comedian Cantinflas is
.aidlo have oropped $5000 m tw
days at the casino rh Hotel El Pa
He said the real purpose is
to ut ino ouect a pin to im improve
prove improve the economy of the re re-puonc
puonc re-puonc oy pumng a large quan quantity
tity quantity of money bacK imo circu circu-lanon,
lanon, circu-lanon, tnos encouraging certain
proiects whicn will increase em employment,
ployment, employment, in adoition to the
tremendous benefits which wi'l
come from providing ready ac access
cess access to now aimost-inaccesibie
Anouier reason given oy di-
Dr.' John P. Hasen. head of the
Navy's Project Vanguard which
aiter many setbacks ured the radio-equipped
orb into space yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, said today his first esti estimate
mate estimate of a five to ten year life
for Vanguard I was "conserva
Thp npw Vaneuard is exDeded
to outlive by several years a "bo
nus satellite tnat is trailing it,
scientists reported today.
wnen America s t.-incti alu aluminum
minum aluminum baby moon was blasted
into orbit yesterday morning,
the thi. J stage of the Vanguard
rocket that launched it went
into orbit a short distance be
hind the sphere.
But the burned-out rocket stage
can be expected to fall back in
to the dense atmospherp and dis-
intppratp Innff hefnrp the satellite
proper comes down, technicians
How long the far bigsjer and
heavier rocket third stage win
remain up can not be' estimat estimat-ed
ed estimat-ed accurately, on the basis of
information available so far,
technicians Said, but they guess
ed it wil maintain its oroit tor
at leasfc&leveral months.
An informed source ad that
because of its greater mass the
tmra stage oi me vnmuaiui.
tually would sink closer ind clos-
t th ornund. and fina'lv dip
intn tho thiek air close to the
pnrth and hum UD.
third stace wciens aDoui
I In order .to pdt the satellite in in-to
to in-to orbit the final stage of the
thrpp-staee vaneuara nan io ouan
the shiny little sphere to a speed
ot ib,oou mpn some uu mues
bor the earth.
When orbital speed was reach
ed, the satellite was sprung
true from the third stage, but
the burned-out solid fuel rocket
also had achieved an orbit and
trailed along just boning the
Tho last slaep nf the rocket
urhiph nut Russia's Snutnik II in
to orDiL leu into tne aimospnere
ana Durneo. aDout two monins an
Put On Probation
Klinptpon lornl-rrite emnloves of the Sales and Serv
ice branch of the Supply and Community Services Bureau
were tired i today as a f result ot trie recent commissary
Fivp other emnloves were downaraded and transfer
red from their present positions, and a number of other
Sales and Service branch personnel were placed on pro
Ilnnffir inl cnurees understand that those employes
downgraded or placed on probation were also all local
Thp rikrinlinnrv nrtion came 12 davs after the Pan
ama Canal publicly admitted that an inventory check had
shown an extraordinary commissary shortage. The "ex "excess"
cess" "excess" shortage was later put by Supply and Community
Service rlirertnr L A Ferausott at $1 7.011. Total short-.
age for the six-month period covered by the inventory it
understood to be $il,UUU.
A ennkesmnn for Loca 900. AhbLMt. ArL-LIU SOla
oday that thc union would decide wlwf ijttion to take
after union otfictah upeok to I
he employes side of the case.
ine iuuu ai-flsc wtiQiiw v t
50 pounds and is about seven feet er the satellite was launched
long anu io liicues m muici' i uju. -
USAF Space Crew Happy to See Stars
The carnoanv's officials whn ar
rived here are Erhard K 1 u g e,
who represents the president of
the Arosa' Line, and M- Metcalf
of the company's Miami office.
The Panama CiW Council is
tunning full-page ads m local
newspapers showing that more
than half of the citys 195 (
tmdRet of $1,12939.11 went to to-wards
wards to-wards public health, charity and
toublic health programs
The figures ere advanced
as proof of; the ''honest man manner"
ner" manner" in which city funds are
CZ Money Orders
WASHINCTON, March 18 (UP)
President Eisenhower signed
Into law a bill enacting a statute
f limitations on money orftsrs
issued by the postal service in
-the Canal Zona.
Under the new law, a money
rder issued in the Zone will lose
e'Vct if not paid wifhin 20 years.
At present no limitation exists.
ger treighter, and agent Boyd nance Minister Arias for consi consi-Brothers
Brothers consi-Brothers today reported that they ,enng the possibility of the loan,
were all safe. They embarked at . ,u norament i under
Ft Everglades Fla., for a Carib- JtoS
bean cruise which was originally immMO internal debt within
scneauieu io an a to w aays. ft t four y.ars.
with the loan the government
would be able to fulfill these obli
gations, in addition to putting ns
vast feeder road plan into e'fect
3 Drivers Fined
fared the Balboa
Tiaoistrati" todav on charges of
For Burglary Try
At Lockridge Home
A charge of burglary was lodg-
ed today in Balboa Magistrate's
Court against Pedro Saavedra, Jr. riving their buses with the doors
i The 27-year-old Panamanian de- open.
fondant was accused of entering I Two of th& defendants, Eladio
ciarters 551 in Ancon, tKe hone 'e Gracia, 38J and Agustin Her Her-cf
cf Her-cf G. C. Lockeridge at 3:45 this nandez, 36, both Panamanians,
norning. ere .each fined $10 for the viola-
Thn nico wa e fAtl tint aA until 4' nn m
llic to rvoa vvuuiiuvw uni" uvli. ,
"hursday morning. Bail of $1,000 Charles M. Mulgrave. the third
vas set. v idefendant, was fined $1.
At Balboa Heights
RalhnQ Hpiphts vesterGav after
noon jomea witn otner poinis ui
the Isthmus in setting record high
temperatures lor the year with
thrmnmet(r readings Ot a ae-
Fariipr this month near record
temperatures for March had been
renorted at Cristooai ana Maa-
The nffipial thermometer at Bal
boa Heights touched 95 degrees
at 1:30 p.m. The temperature
dropped back to 93 degrees at 2
'innlr hut rrvcp strain 15 minutes
VJ v n'v tjv -r, -
later to 95 degrees and stayed
there for one hour,
vuu man tho hiohpst tpmnpra
l IH.1 T.aa v..w "-o -,
tore registered this year at Balboa
vioiohu thp nrevious men oi o
""B 1 . 7. ,
Aaaraac hplnd rPPOmeO 18SI f fl
av ond Satitrdav. Yesterday's
(high reading was nowhere a rec
ord, but it was tne nrsi uay n
March since 1954 with such a high
rrho Vinat vpsteraav was lenioe:
ed somewhat by a relative humi
iiitv nf nn v 4 nercent ano a
DAYTON, Ohio, March 18 (UP)
The crew of an Air Force 'space
ship' was back on earth toaay,
and happy to see me swis.
The five officers "landed yes yes-..j..i
..j..i yes-..j..i odor fi Havs in a mock-
up space -ship m simulated flight
at an amtuae oi n.oou m
Preliminary study ot mgni
to onH the mpn themselves in
dicated they haa performed with
out dif acuity tnrougn me iuu6
Th men themselves said' their
biggest complaint was that they
couldn't see out.
ai. Russell v. urewmgiuu,
of Houston, Tex., "tugm .com
mander, said he'd nice a wmuuw
he ever maices a reai u',
"I could look at the stars if no nothing
thing nothing else." Mrtl n T
Co-pllot Uapt. wuuai"
ston. 33. of Chattanooga, ienn.,
nodded in agreement.
rru. inot mi made at the aero-
medical laboratory at Wright air
development center nere to wp
the reactions oi a ""
.j pnnfinpd toeether under
Thp tent was an extension of
nrevious 56-hour lone test made
ast year. The lzo-nour penou
was an arbitrary selection.
Lid Still On Pol
Of Bulgy's latest
Brew About Summit
LONDON, March 18 (UP)-Brit-ain
and Russia were expected to
day to lLt the id on Russia's lat latest
est latest brew of suggestions for Sum
Snvipt Prpmipr Nikolai Bulaanin
kept the pot boiling yesterday with
a 3,uw-wora letter to uriusu rre-
mier Harold Macmman. ine tet tet-tnr
tnr tet-tnr in Russian was delivered to
Macmil!an by Soviet Ambassador
Jacob Malik, who stayed only 10
minutes after handing it over.
First rpnnrls inriipatp1 that the
letter contained little if anything
mat uuiganin naa no aireaay
caiH ahnut thp nrnsnpets nf Sum-
u. r --
mil tallre .nrl i fnrnlfln minietprQ
nn fliah't pnnHitionS fOr an eX- nfnfmiAn tn thpm Tn.
ormeo sources Denevea tnap tne
phrasing was the main difference.
British foreign o ticiais worked
until late last night translating
the letter for Macmillan. Mean
while they, like Malik, refused to
comment about it.
wiiiim Sinclair hp union's tn-
, llliUIII v.. MV.
ternational representative said to today
day today that Gov. William E. 'Potter
and Ferguson hav kept the union
informed of the progress or weir
tul r nmino Sinclair was call-
ed to Ferguson's office and noti
fied of the disciplinary action.
Sinclair said today that four of
the fired employes who have al
ready contacted the union an
from the Atlantic side. He said
he felt thst many of the work workers
ers workers may want to appall their
cases to the Governor.
"They have the right to appeal
under Chapter E2 of Employes
Poiotinn s rpoii atinn. ne saiu.
Sinclair claimed the union is try-
ine to locate all of the people wno
nrora H tn "hear then side of
the story, and deciae wnat action
He stated that He wws anxious
to hear from the employes regard
less of whether they were union
members or not.
When the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company first admitted that there was
a shortage; on May 6, Ferguson
stated that it would be lnvestigat lnvestigat-a
a lnvestigat-a .mi "ritrppt and seeedv action
taken to correct the situation and
prevent its recurrence.
sale investigation of eoVmtasarf
The union had also objected
strongly to insinuations made at
a recent US-rate commissary
forum by a representative of
US-Kate employes regarding La Latin
tin Latin Amirican employes in su supervisory
pervisory supervisory positions.
The Administration assured the
union that those remarks .in no
way reflected the attitude of the
24 Zone Buildings
Will Gel New Look
Thirteen public buildings,
seven quarters buildings and
four garage buildings are in included
cluded included on the Pana Can!
fourth quarter" paint schedule.
Bids for the work are now be
ing solicited ana are u
opened the afternoon of April
2 in the Administration puild-
i 11 TTalahti "...""Wo-
lr at. Ralhoa Heizhts
Tr rinded in theTwork is
breeze on the Pacific
2 J.l nAtilAfl
escape section o me auu ,.
said all present
that they performed well. Com Com-ir,tornrotation
ir,tornrotation Com-ir,tornrotation of test data
will take several weeks, however.
During the live aays, me sjiacc
ship" theoretically made six and
o frartinn orbits of the earth at
the 17,650-mile height.
Privates Get Less, Generals More In New Pentagon Pay Bill
ry pay raises, charge, that The P-JSS; Jtl 5e5Stot or .dKi pay
Q HPBW DBABCAM
uj iij " i a
WASH1NGTON. March 18- Gen- would mean average monthly cuts
erals will get a pay boost of $424 of $5 for privates, $4 for privates
a mdnth while privates will be cut
$5 a month, accormng to a con.ir
dential analysis ot tne new fenta fenta-gon
gon fenta-gon pay bill.
Only; a tew congressmen nave
seen the analysis. They want to
keep it out of the hands of Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon lobbyists.
However, John B'andford, chief
counsel of the' House subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee which is considering milita-
Ifirst class, $9 for corporals, $1 for
sergeants, ano ?a lor second lieut
The savings would go to help
boost the pay of the higher ranks
from an average $19 for first lieu
tenants to $424 a month tor gen
The ton enlisted erades wou'd
alsn set salarv increases up to
$80 a month.
r l iimc "nrnviries an average
imu wain, f-- r
33 percent increase for generals,
a 28 percent increase lor ueuien-
ant generals, a 25 percent increase
for major generals, a za percem
increase tor brigadier generais, a
31 percent increase for lieutenant
"The major, the captain, ana
the first lieutenant receive an 8
percent increase, a 5 percent in
crease, ana a 6 percent increase,
rrsnprtivelv. At the same time,
Ithe average second lieutenant will
proposal when fully implemented
wilt pnd nn with an average pay
increase of 9.9 percent for offi
cers and 1 percent tor enusteq
nersoiine'." Bland.ord continues,
"Thprp are nine times as many
oniictpri nersonnel as there are Oi-
. T j
ticers in our armeu serviteo, uui
under the Department ot ueiense
pay proposal, tne costs ior w iters
will be four times greater man me
increased costs for enlisted personnel."
Fired In Wales
Goes Off Course
Employes also heard that the,
customer would have to make
up the commissary shortage
when Ferguson spoke before the
Customers' Forum of local-rate
The investigation moved along
at a fast clip when union leaaers
ioi .uoolr in antirioation of disci-
plinary action, announced public public-l..
l.. public-l.. A Marph 12 that they wou
take a "strong stanu agawsi
nir aption which might be taken
against innocent employes
suit of the shortaga.
Tlr, a nninn waft eiven comolete
assurance bv the Governor at that
it--i 4i ...Tinirl ho nn "mass
imp tnit 1.1111 e wuuiu v ...
rhanae in the
administration's policy of upgrad
ing qualified non-emzen empiujca
to fill higher level jobs.
rru union was pmDhatlC in its
t that thpv would fieht a
siavcuiciiv i - ...
shin-iina nf twrsonnel which
would entail down-grading m posi
tion or pay as a resun oi wnwc
LONDON, March 18 (UP) A
British guided missile fired from
a test station at Aberporth, Wales,
on March 6 went off course and
crashed near the range, a Min
istry of Supply spokesman an
"When it was realized irom tne
nA that thp missile was COinZ
iOff course, it was rendered dyna
mically unstable ana maoe to
crash." the spokesman said.
"The missile crasnea on some
waste ground and no damage was
done anr lio one as rnjurea. ne
ROME. March 18 (UP) Noted
Italian painter Antonio Privitera
will nav the price Easter Sunday
for betting on the losing 'team
in vester'dav's bia soccer game
between the Roma and Lazio
. Lsfcio won, 2-1. Privitera backed
Rcwa in a wager with fashion
z ... ... ...
Under terms ot tne net, rnvi-
tera will have to stroll down
Rome's fashionable Via Veneto in
the Easter Parade leading four
ewwe attired iiiiJitdefweaa U ba
specially designed by Ferinandi.
evterinr naintins; of the;
.(.r.. rptoil gt.nrea at
apd Rainbow City ana mrwi
of the Commissary shoe styre
nthpr miblie and office build-'
ines to be painted are the gen
eral storehouse in the Indus
trial area in Balboa, .ne mam
storehouse at Mt. Hope, tne
lubricant warehouse in Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City, the theater burMtBg
ut Camp Bierd. the gJisouna
stations at Margarita and Ga Ga-tun,
tun, Ga-tun, the icecream and milk
bottling plant at m. Hope wja
the machine shop at Mt. He.
Seven frame houses locJBW
at pedro Miguel are listed. jtr
exterior painting as are the -tericrs
of four 'sarage bum-
inps In Cristobal.
Thp evelone fencme
the lubricant warehouse
Rftinhnw Citv also is to M
painted on this contract.
Move To Building
Personnel and equipment of
the tabulating section of th
Arcnuntinsr Division have been
transferred from Building 23 in
the storehouse area to the
bafement of he Administrauon
Building at Balboa Heghte.
The movp just completed in involved
volved involved 18 employes and 17 ma machines
chines machines which are used to tabu tabulate
late tabulate statistics and financial re-
rnnrtc fFir the Offif.e Of utlfl
comptroller, Supply Divisinn,
Personnel Bureau, bxccwtivo
Planin? Staff, and other Company-Government
move places in one area ai: ac accounting
counting accounting marines other than
payroll equipment and accom accomplishes
plishes accomplishes more effective utiliza utilization
tion utilization of space.
Hereafter all finance l ana
statistical projects on the me mechanical
chanical mechanical equipment will oe
handled by the wttiiUt"
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I i wonder what the people of the Canal Zone will And next to
tripe about. This latest about the jets is about the mtt fantas fantastic
tic fantastic thing I have ever heard. The very idea of a few jets scaring
o many people out of their wits! .
r Do these people have any idea how weak and helpless such
ktories make them appear? I wo,derwhat they would do 1 ertf ertf-tav
tav ertf-tav jets should suddenly appear someday. I doubt if they wouia
K to worry about being killed with bombs They would be
-cared to h before they were ever ; touch b a bong
I lili toTeethemPu ed. Ate T should thy -t on the
"-.' ."SSI .nri deteriorate? We should be proud that
? By the way, 1 nuns w
Albrook Field on Armed Forces
; "My God, they've hit the school." It would have probably
. i. i. ii u nr on A to IPnvna famllv
teen an improvemeni h uicv uw. yyc
nd very proud to be associated with a fine organization, un underpaid
derpaid underpaid but still willing to defend even Canal Zone citizens
In most areas the Air Force provides excellent schooling
if or dependents combining excellent instruction, Adequate facil-
-- u..itL.. ininon otmnenhArA to ortsw in. The teacn-
lues ana nemmy niiu
rs&t hide under
tivermnd chudren are encuumseu- wj uwvw
aayArittedTy in Tdecadent regime founded on a long Jine of
SHtaTK more so we would think, tri sight the
tS& market basket maneuvers in the Balboa Commissary
X iticlsm of fine, well-trained American mm dedi dedi-riefendinii
riefendinii dedi-riefendinii all of us is a typical example of the bigoted,
?h thlnff "Company." Instead of
Sey talk in dire terms of maids burning holes in ironing boards,
St fit in with our isolated little empire.
i uMJ.. rfiJ'f run cprpamltld' f mm thP
.jii-i. i .- tv- triT ni nn aeruuiaiic un-kiWt. -. .
wavlna nalms. and rules against
school when these awesome noises were infliifed on tneir aen aen-cate
cate aen-cate ears. Our first-grade daughter came Mm
praises of those "real fast planes" and fortunately we wont be
here long enough to subject her to the brainwashing so neces neces-iary
iary neces-iary for successful hiding under beds. jiK
We tninK pernaps .mlu.-2t
T n n
h ho a
" TriTrT rThiidreA
uuinuci vi y
' I Iamas nttnai
8ir This letter is directed to all the "corriy'-feonians" who were;
.ma .si t. ,. eWe snrnn1isfiil TriiinfiorhirHc afroflroH
' SHOOK Up WIlcIl tliuoc rv uiiuta ui iuun"v,i wjiuvi nuiuvnv,M
the Zone, so to speak, Thursday mbrning without any warning.
J, Utt-IiCU VJUt Ui UlC UVUOC HJ av-c wa-v vaiv.
me, it wasn't fear which moved me so fast. It was the chance
! to view the most wonderful spectacle I have ever had the pleas-
ure to see.
The complainers can thank their lucky stars we have planes
like these and boys, bless them, like hose to fly the planes.
Without either those. might have been Russian jets. Then those;
Zonians would have really been "all shook up."
One teacher dived under her desk from fright. Is this the
kind of teacher we have in our schools? Why, the baby across
v. ..f n,i, hocn't hnen wnikinir round too lone was out witn
his little eyes sparkling, pointing
to nieces over what he was seeing.
; me more than the one headed
,nvA. t Am.rif.Qn Th.
,; XUKnt s runaina.
ralseonlv criticism or tnose
all ha nrnnrl tn call Our
t wmilri Hkd tn nrpne with
14). The stories he heard about panic in the schools were true,
i He would panic too If he were in the school and a jet came over
real low: I am Balboa High School student, and I would like
to say I saw some military girls crying also, it wasn't only the
Zone kids. Many of the teacher were a little shaken up. If
the teachers were, I'm sure Military Father would have' been.
And Just ask the people up at the Administration Building what
their reaction was. ,
Kids did panic, and I can't blame them. I am a Zone girl
and I wasn't scared, but who wants to be a human guinea
pig? That Is just what we are. I have many times said some
prayers as a plane went over, looking as if it was going to come
through the window. I guess I have become immune to planes
toWhyedoesn;t Oovemor Potter have the RCyflc building built
some other place?' He is asking for trouble putting the new one
where thcold one is. I sure would hate to see some innocent
kids get hurt to prove the airfield or the school has to be moved.
I think it should be the school. People who are hurt and
brought in by plane get to hospital quickly from Albrook. If
they move the airfield sOme place else these people might not
get to hospital in time.
Looks like the Air Force is on top as far as NCO Clubs are
concerned, judging by a letter written by 'Weak Stomach"
(Mail Box, March 14).
I'll admit the Club at Albrook used to be pretty lousy, but
recently the service has been excellent, and I would like to
thank the people who are responsible for 'the change. By the
way, I've never seen any roaches at the Albrook NCO Club
A few weeks ago we look our guests with us to dinner at
the Albrook Club, and they were quite impressed. The food was
excellent and was served by a young male waiter who was very
friendly. He made us teel that we were very special and was
anxious to please us in every way.
Perhaps, someope should get the officials of the Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be NCO Club "on the hall." Meanwhile, here's three- cheers for
the Albrook NCO Club.
i An Airman
I was really astonished that more people did not come out
and praise the letter by Annoyed Resident (Mail Box, March
14). I for one am In the immediate vicinity of the chapel and
those bells sound as if they are in the same room with me. I
at:end church, but not at that awful hour of t)630. I do not be believe
lieve believe the ringing of those bells shows consideration for peonly
who are tired, sick or resting. I know the time I go to chuu Y
and other people know the time they go, fo t -is published 1n
the Daily Bulletin and in The SPauama American.
Annoyed Resident II
TO I IM
tO IS 00
e SO 14 00
let leeeen et The 'anemasAmsries-
d It i
ready for our defense if it shoum
0-0ii.nr nerformance at
anything anf everything that
ru r in uiii.ii i.iir iiiuiuih. iskw.iww
mnir 1 1 ilesfniinnn 01 nn;
killed maimed and" wounded bf
: Old Sarg
at the airplanes and thrilled
No article has ever disgusted
"Jet Wtrning Given minw
nnininns auoted contained no
- m , ,., ,-
gorgeous, iru-".e ho
vj- T am T.f t
Military Father I Mail Box. March
r VICTOR RIESEL
Mid-day this past Afondav. n
Uo r 'i," C Jim
"-av. uver tr.e j-e P,mj ...
voice of an old friend, though hard hardly
ly hardly political allv i r
MeanMr. X; eL2 'H
like to "' c: m WW
,H v" 'Vltil,he Prd Prd-cn
cn Prd-cn nd tii abo,it orkir.g thines
out to get tho.5
000 jobless back T; work
In a short ti -. ma.
ers is the emoarUed Walter Reu;h-
u.r ,TJrwe ;u un Thursday.!
Hagerty had gon Kick l0 ,h,. Pro!
er could rorae
the meeting hut isge.Ved that
Labor Secretary amen Mitchell
be called. That channel was clear clear-erf.
erf. clear-erf. Vice P;j.. .!!
cmont Vf- s
doing most ot the om.all Arimi Arimi-nutration
nutration Arimi-nutration planning got call, too,
U is understood.
The eight labw men who were
asking to see the President are
r t i!" -, i
8 "in J'resiurin ivcc. Some
had criticized hi-n righ' up to the
very hour during -vh.cli M:any bad
been on the pirme with Hagerty.
But both sides wanted this ses session
sion session and on Tuesday morning,
Mesny was able dramatically te
announce te the AFL-CIO Emer Emergency
gency Emergency Economic Legislative Con.
feVence at the Sheraton Park Ho Hotel
tel Hotel that the Executive Commit
tee would be talking with the
President on the rally's thorns,
"Put America Back to Work."
Seldom has anyone asiced. or
been permitted, to cut so quickly
into a presidential day. But his
is one "summit" meeting for which
the Administration is eager. It
wants the jobless back at work,
It knows rt ran't mntrk ik..
(uu-i.i I IV Ua. Ill
suggesuons of the veteran labor
chiefs who have been through ajl
this once before. But the White
House seized this chance to show
the nation that is is wili'ni; c dis discuss
cuss discuss the secession even with the
men who blame it for the down downtrend.
trend. downtrend. Howiever, the session, and the
rallies these past few days were
but the opening parries in labor's
first hard hitting offensive since H
merged. TyDical of what's to come
are the battle plans of Walter Re
uther's United Auto Workers U U-nion.
nion. U-nion. It's all set to fight first for no nothing
thing nothing less than a throe-month mo mo-ratimum
ratimum mo-ratimum on withholding taxes. And
it will all be done with characte
ristic Auto Union ingenuity.
ihe pattern for natmual action
is first, being tried hi New Jersey
where auto and aircraft plans have
been hard hit. Reutner's union has
been making a survey of work at
each factory. With these details
down on paper, the regional lead leaders
ers leaders have been called to action ral rallies,
lies, rallies, the final one beina scheduled
for March 22 at the Alexander Ha
milton Hotel in Paterson, N. J.
From mat session there will fan
out special committees whose taste
it will be to converge on all Un Unemployment
employment Unemployment Insurance :fftces.
Tables and chairs will be set
upon the streets. Printed petit 'ins
to the President of the U. S. will
be offered to the j'Aliss or sig signature:'.
nature:'. signature:'. The petitions will nsk
lor higner unemploji.-rit relif be
nefits and for a Federal -Law de
clarmg a holiday on withholding
The petitions will follow up a let
ler Reuther Wrote to Tresident Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower on Fob; 19. in Ih it let letter.
ter. letter. Rmt her said that such a tax
holiday would put !h! equivalent
of about half a billion doltars a
week into added Jhvin- power.
"If such a moratorium were de declared.
clared. declared. Reuther wrota, "the bulk
of this amount woui'.i he s;jent tm
mediately, since the henefceiaries
would cinsist mainly of relatively
low-income wage and salaries work
ers with enormou unnfr-t needs...
Since less than half a billion dol
lars a weeK migtv prove sufficient
under relatively favorable circum
stances to' bring ih economy out
of recession, the standby legisla
tion could be so wnn?n as to en
able vou to declare partial mo
ratorium say d Hi ''first five
or ten dollars of tax-a that nd
otherwise be withbe'd weekly from
each worker's pa ink'ead in the
Reuther adoej iba ivngress
could extend the moratoiruim until
the Ad 1'hustration n id launched
a wide Dublic works, lousing, hi-
pital and school construction, pro pro-r
r pro-r i-t 4L.
gram w iase up me aiv.
After tens of inoasanns un-
empiived sign thsia n'titons hi
New Jersey they win De lanco oarR
to local union headauartu. Each
union plans to hir bus-'v mi lie n
uiifh lolaeationr -siryln," 'he pe-
titinns and roll lhln rii'lit up to
the White House. Tn3 plan is to
present them to J n. Hagtny ior
transmittal to the President
The New Jersey pa urn v;t do
thr tta'ioii with 'it-
user's people taking the lead, of
PANAMA AMEKlCAff AN
iImea Service, fee.
Walter Winched In
uc w vnsfBRc abb
NBW TOKKcRS ARB
Judy Garland's marital mish
masn. ute nasn ot oeen a song
for the star who sings si bead'
tifully... The just-married Paulette
Goddard-Ench Maria Remarque
design for living: They maintain
separate apartments. How uncozy
...Reader's Digest (page 38) doing
the soundinthemght bit. Idea-swip
ers are a crime-a-dozen... Play
wright Tennessee Williams paying
the price of success. Visits a psy
choanalyst 5 times weekly at
$50-an-hour... The N. Y. Mirror's
Ken Kling's winner-picking. Clos
ing day at Hialeah he gave lovely
Jean Bach several long-shot Firsts
...Why doesn't he call his Mirror
Track Selections: The Kensey Re Report?
port? Report? A new tome, "The Call Girl,"
which is a detailed analysis of
Sinderellas. (Sin is not always fun.
folks)... Next season's exciting e-
vent: A musical version of "Grand
Hotel," starring Paul Muni. That
should be sum pin'... The epidemic
of bingocasts destined to dominate
the daytime tv hours. End of
warning... Miss Bankhead, in Good
Housekeeping, listing the perils of
being an actress. The hazards did
not stop Tallulah, however... The
quick flopaloozas, "Portofino" and
"The Day the Money Stopped."
They cost backers $375,000... Na
than Leoplod's book, "Ute Flus 98
Years." His bitter summation:
"What a rotten writer of detective
stories life is!"
The shocker in the Kinscy Report
via "McCairs: "Police and other
officials often allow known abor abortionists
tionists abortionists to practice in their com community
munity community since it is felt there is a
need for their services"... Bela-
fonte's platter, "The Marching
Saints." Full of rousing sounds...
The Roxy discarding stage shows.
Only the Music Hall will offer a
movie plus s.s... The new Rodgers Rodgers-Hammerstem
Hammerstem Rodgers-Hammerstem show, "The Flower
Drum Song." Ehie in the Fall.. The
Museum of Art's Korean art mast
eroieces. Momemts of beauty and
terror captured forever... Alexan
dra Danilova's show-stopping bal
let-beauty in "Oh, Captain! "..She
is 54... Japan losing another war.
It has been invaded by rocknroll.
Banzai, Elvis... Jane Morgan, a
hit at the Plaza.
The nation's economic distress
At the same time, th U.S. will
spend almost $4 billion for fo foreign
reign foreign aid. You figure it out. .Ma .Maria
ria .Maria Schell, who speaks 5 lingos
..."Who Was That Lady I Saw
You With?" the new comedy.
It cost $125,000. The average 1 1-heur
heur 1-heur variety show eests $200, $200,-000...
000... $200,-000... Esquire's report about
newsletters. For $10,000 you can
become a publisher. The Lunts,
who will soon brighteninn
Broadway In "The Vlst... The
Republican Htrald-Tribune's con
cession: "Some of our best men
are Democrats as well as Re Republicans"...
publicans"... Republicans"... Debbieddie's oh-boy
event... Hermione Cingold des describing
cribing describing Elsa Maxwell as a
"witch." Hoppy eyii-seretehing,
The Oscar swooptakes. The sta
tuette stands 10 Inches high, weight
7 pqunds and is valued at $100.
In box-office terms it Is much
more valuable, of course... Man
mag's shudder-inducer about nerve
gas. Another product for Night Nightmare,
mare, Nightmare, Inc.. The cast of capables
in "The Dark of the Moon" re reprise
prise reprise at the Carnegie Playhouse..
Madison Avenue's gold touch: The
100 largest ad agencies (reports
Advertising A?p) have billings in
:"?(s of $3 million... Evelvn Ru Ru-rV
rV Ru-rV in "The Oift of Love" t'lieker.-''-ling...
Colyumist Stewart Al
.c's metaphor: "The members
oi the Federal regulatory agencies
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Who Said We Didn't Have a
(.eg to Stand On?"
' ymm gkw
might be compared to mice trying
to ride tigers in the dark!
The starcess story of Diane Var-
si, who is so geod m the "Peyton
Place" movie. She hitch-hiked to
Hollywood 2 years ago. Miss Varsi
arrived with $50 plus beauty,
talent and hope... The fact that
only 3 dolls are listed among the
first 25 recording yodelers... Ma Maria
ria Maria Callas' family problems. Suc Success
cess Success makes failures of many peo people...
ple... people... Brigitte Bardot's comment:
"Americans are puritans." Huh?
So howcum her stripsy-dQodling is
so popular here?... Sophia Loren
spending 5 hours a day studying
Eeengleesh, Her torso speaks an
international language... Anna Ma
gnant's little-known talent: She's
a gifted pianist.
Kim Novak, who is still working
toward a Univ. of California de degress.
gress. degress. Smart girl. Fame is fleet
ing; knowledge endures... Marilyn
Monroe who spends hours apply applying
ing applying makeup before an interview
until she is satisfied that she looks
like Marilyn Monroe... Jerry Lew Lewis
is Lewis paying his puff licit y man $1,000
weekly, it says here... The cost of
developing a guided missile: Over
$500 million.. ABC's telecast ofrich wear trousers over legs like
a boxing match from Havana. More
magical than the flying carpet
The tv comic who publicly scolds
his studio audience for not laugh laughing.
ing. laughing. Hamminess is more foolish
The femmtertaining cover oif
Abbe Lane's record album... Lo Lo-retta
retta Lo-retta Young's tv series among
the upper-bracketeers for 5 years
In the co-axial roalm, that's e e-quivalent
quivalent e-quivalent to a century... Liz Re Re-nay,
nay, Re-nay, the plunderworld queen,
now playing Miss Cheesecake
ONLY 6 HOURS
t, Mexico for all
of North America
Tels. 3-1057 & 3-1 69c.
for the dailies... Peron's Mob
winning an election In Argentina.
Makes you wonuir and wonder..
The report that the Mafia "has
offered $5 million to get rid of
Cuba's Batista." Hal... Harry
Truman, who gave a bad per performance
formance performance as Chief Executive, be becoming
coming becoming the loudest critic of the
President... Oro of Jean Paul
Getty's ex-wives, who is now
writing a book about him... Lois
Ray's opening- at the Coconut
Grove-Hotel Ambassador (L.A.)
April 9th... Miami Headline: "Os "Oscar
car "Oscar Nielsen Drowns in Bay!"
(Dammet! The wrong Nielsen! )
The Miami Htrald Spicial: Mar
lene Dietrich's debut at the Fon-
tainebleau was slightly marred
by backstage accidents. As soon
as she started to charm the crowd
her. own private mike went dead.
The comic ahead of the star Had
Ino trouble whatever with his. You
could hear every word! Marlene,
however, demonstrated what a
Pro looks like under fire and
didn't let the unhappy incident
erase her contagious smile. But
in her dressing room, whe was
on the verge of tears. Questions:
How can a girj like Marlene Diet-
nersv... tomeu Monica, a person
able newcomer-old joke teller, had
trouble too, getting the crowd. He
eventually won them. Poor chap,
every comic in town had stolen
bis stuff. Such jokes as his first
one. "I'm not going to tell any
weather jokes. I came down for
the Winter and 1 found it"... Sel Sel-ma
ma Sel-ma Marlowe, the choreographer,
is the one to be clapplaudcd loud
for the JDiisa Costello-Lucernc
Hotel swift e how-staging. Miss Mar Marlowe,
lowe, Marlowe, is gathering the girls for Jim Jim-mv
mv Jim-mv Durante's premiere at the
Fontaineableau. Vikki Taylor was
the first beaut picked for Jimmy's
show. She is the ex-wife of ex ex-champ
champ ex-champ Jake LaMotta, a lovely N.
Y. girl..'. Sinatra-opens there Mon Monday
day Monday for five nights. A complete
sellout, with that hotel's guests
getting first crack at the pews...
The column bows low before the
Messrs. Dave Barry and Stan fish fisher
er fisher the expert 'entertainers (Ban
ryVwith the Tony Martin frohc
and Fisher's with the M. Berle La Latin
tin Latin Quarter riot), for omitting their
names in ou5 rec haste. Barry s
cbmedv on any Big-Time menu..
Rose Hardaway, Who bills herself
"The Accentuous Singer," is ac-i-.niiv,
a ennhr?ticated Holy-Roller
who delighted the Nautilus HoH
i-i (i..,c tmsip ana inai r
gure star again at the Concord
The first coins made in the
United States, after the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the United
States mint at Philadelphia in
1792, were silver half dismes
(later spelled dimes). Accord According
ing According to old mint tradition these
coins were made from George
Washington's table silver,
brought to the mint from his
quarters just two doors away.
They were struck on a band band-operated
operated band-operated screw press.
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WASHINGTON A summit agree agreement,
ment, agreement, though still not certain, is
much closer than the public an announcements
nouncements announcements indicate.
l3ason is that Eisenhower and
Buiganin, while writing each oth other
er other stern letters, have hen rfitor.
ing secretly Over the diplomatic
Eisenhower has leaned murh
more toward a summit rnnforono
than either his Seeretary of State
ur ms joint unefs 'of Staff.
When Soviet stroncman Khrush
chev offered, to come to Washing
ton ior me cowerence to spare Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower the ri
it was John Foster Dulles who vi vigorously
gorously vigorously opposed.
we claimed it might cause a bad
reaction just before the November
elections, areued that the visit
WOUld eive the Kremlin a ana cn-
da! recognition wnicn me United
States ought to withhold. We should
treat them as social inferiors be because
cause because of their "international gang gangsterism,"
sterism," gangsterism," Dulles told ike;
As a result the meeting probably
will be nld in neighboring Cana Canada.
da. Canada. ; j
Ike has insisted that the- summit
meeting must have the United Na Nations'
tions' Nations' blessing a cio n d i t i o n
which Khrushchev readily accept accepted.
ed. accepted. Ike is also insisting both private privately
ly privately and publicly that the heads of
state should not meet unless there
is some hope for worthwhile a a-greeements.
greeements. a-greeements. He is still didcering
with Khrushchev over .what sub subjects
jects subjects should be taken up. Here is
wnat ne wants y
TV IN SATELLITE
I: We will modify the American
position on banning nuclear tests,
1 J .1
proviueu me suspension is super supervised
vised supervised by the United Nations.
2. Soviet American coorwratinn
in exploring outer space; the two
great powers would work together
through a UN space agency to
send research rockets to the moon.
3. His old "open skies' plan, to
permit aerial surveillance on both
sides of the Iron Curtain. He will
probably introduce a new gimmick
namely a Sputnik equipped with
TV cameras, which w6uld constant constantly
ly constantly encircle the earth, watching for
arms movements below.
4 fterrrian unifiratinn
The President, is guided by two
A He's HertirateH tn the rrlea of
bringing about world peace and
lias laun in ms auiin; tu muueuci;
B. He's convinced the country
must eithr reach an agreement
with Russia or switch to : war wartime
time wartime economy and compote with
the Soviet arms build-up.
Note: The Joint Chiefs of Stalf
are opposed to a summit confer conference
ence conference 'rf'iieh thev believe can onlv
hurt the United States.
The big issue at the summit,
they argue, must be limiting nu nuclear
clear nuclear weauons. If anv agreement
is reached banning tests or con controlling
trolling controlling nuclear weapons, they
claim it would increase Soviet
strength because of her superior
i i Xt i
ground iorces ana conventional
If no agreement is reached, it
will make propaganda for the
Kremlin, so, eitner eay. tne
Joint Chiefs araue. the United
States wij lose.
NO AUTO STRIKE
Walter Reuther is nlavinc it
smart regarding an auto, strike.
Two months aeo a lone auto strike
looked Hke a sure thing. Now it
isn't. If both sides are sensible
there'll be no strike at all. Rea
1 The Win nnfl-oar snrnlns nnw
in the hands of dealers plays into
the hands of the auto manufactur
er-s, against the United Atuo Work Workers.
ers. Workers. 2. Walter Reuther's AutoWork-
ex- nave" ciiecneu uver uiyu vu,-
000,000 strike fund and figure it I
er-s have' checked over thfir $50,
1 Fail in duty
. 2 Printing
3 Castle, Dunne
5 Head covering
6 Weight of
8 Bridal paths
13 Shrill cries
24 City in
' 1 Screen star,
6 She in
1 1 Overdue
20 Summer (Fr.)
22 Goddess of
33 Depot (b.)
36 Sea eaglet
39 Dutch uncle
' of Mindanao
45 Narrow inlet
SI She h'as co co-starred
starred co-starred with
55 One who
57 cck of hair
r ----! j--.
J lI J.I
K"ttt i M i m I
111111 ' 1 1 h
TUESDAY. MARCH IS, 19St
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y IHi 1AQB
won t be enough to strike the en entire
tire entire industry. They estimate it will
cost $8,000,000 a week to strike
General Motors; $4,000,000 a Week
to strike Ford. This is for soup
kitchens, foods to strikers, etc
Result: Reuther will take com compromise
promise compromise terms if they, are reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. If not, he'll strike Ford first.
If he can win from FnrH ho'ii
after the others later. It would be
a losing battle to strike the entire
industry all at one time.
Chances are that if the industry
meets Reuther anywhere near half halfway
way halfway there will be no strike at al.
WEAR1N' O' THI GREEN
Now the Irish and the friend
oMhe Irish have celebrated their
famed anniversary, it's interest interesting
ing interesting to note that a charming and
effective" "foreign agent" is now
working in Washington and the
He's the son of one of the most
loved and revered Irishmen who
ever captivated the hearts of A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans and an awful lot of
Irishmen have. eantivntoA it
hearts Over here the Irish te
nor, jonn Mccorinf..
Count Cyril McCormack, son of
John McCormack is nfi
to persuade American capital to
invest in oirj Ireland.
. Ireland is not an 9 nniii ant
U. S. foreign aid. And though she
received Marshall Pn did most
ui h was m me torm of'Ioans, and
Ireland is now lAnnHiv anH
CUlOUSlv navmcr tatoreet u
McCormack, wno gets his title
as a Papal Knight, has found a
lot of interest among Americana
in investing in the old country.
5 And while Ireland is minding
er own Jcnitting so you don't hear
mch about her except on the an an-ftual
ftual an-ftual tribute to St, Pat, the Irish
will soon begin the inauguration
of a direct plane from New York'
to Dublin with either President
Sean T. O'Kelly or Premier Ea Ea-mon
mon Ea-mon de Valera making the first
Plan To Tear Down
Joan Of Arc House
Causes Bitter Row
. f:t.f jEllV.
ORLEANS. France. Mareh it
(UP) A bitter controversy raged
in historic Orleans today over a
decision by city official to tear
own tne nouse. of Joan of Are.
The dwelling, long a local land landmark,
mark, landmark, is scheduler! tn he
V- wv Ak HUVU I.V
make room for a modern apart
The often-reconstructed house
contained the rooms where Joan
of Arc lived at the time she
forced the English to lift their
siecu of Orleans in April, 1429.
Decision tn tear it rlnwn h
raised storm of protest. Critics
have, denounced the move as
"sacrilege" and "shameful bar barbarism."
barism." barbarism." But city fathers, backed by Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic authorities and ar ar-cheological
cheological ar-cheological experts, explained that
the house has been rebuilt so ma many
ny many times in intervening centuries
that it has lost its historic value.
Their task of persuasion was
difficult, however, in .a city
which calls itself "Jan's town"
and -where the memory of t ha
"Maid of Orleans" is venerated.
The low house, built of stone
and 'bricks, was last reconstruct reconstructed
ed reconstructed in 1904. It was severely dam damaged
aged damaged by German bombs in 1940.
It -was in the low house that
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TUESDAY, MARCH IS, 1951
TUB FAN AM A AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Menshikov Discusses Dulles, Rye Caribbean
UNARMED NUCLEAR DEVICE FALLS IN YAB D This Is the home of William Gregg In
Florence, S.C., that was heavily damaged when an ifiarmed atomic device landed in the back backyard
yard backyard after being accidentally Jettisoned from a B-47. The atom bomb did not explode, but its
trigger device went off, injuring Gregg and five members of his family, none seriously.
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clear nuclear device on Florence, S.C., are questioned b y Lt. Col. Ralph J. White, Deputy Commander
of the 308th Bomb Wing, at Savannah, Ga. Members of the crew are (left to right) : Capt.
Charles Woodruff, pilot; Capt. Bruce Kulka, ob server, and Capt. Earl Koehler, aircraft com commander.
mander. commander. White is at far left.
WASHINGTON Mirth 18 MTP1
Russian Ambassador Mikhail
A. Menshikov resumed his whirl
wind courtship of U.S. public opi opinion
nion opinion yesterday bv discussant John
Foster Dulles, Bob Hope, caviar
and Russian elections on a na
tionwide television snow.
The suave, neatlv groomed
Menshikov. sDeakin? ernmno but
fluent English, found no difficulty
reaching diplomatically correct
positions on all four matters. To
Nikita S Khrushrhev not
withstanding, it is not up to Rus Russia
sia Russia to tell President Eisenhower
whether he should fire Dulles a
secretary of state because "our
policy is not to interfere In the
internal affairs of other states."
He has never mut Rnh Hnne
who had to fly the Atlantic the
wrong way to get a visa to Kus
sia, but he hoped the fast-talking
comecuan wouia Dnng dsck some
movies depicting the Soviet peo
ple ana culture as they actually
Russia would like to sell
more caviar for American dollars
as part of a general step-up in
The Russians never vote
down a candidate for political of
fice because they are all care carefully
fully carefully screened by varlons nomi nominating
nating nominating groups in advance. Soviet
office seekers, he said, "are
known to the people and that's
why they were chosen."
Menshikov was interviewed by
pfLnel coliege-age youngsters
m the NBC-TV program, "Youth
Wants To Know." it was billed
by the program as the "first ma major
jor major live appearance of a Soviet
ambassador on a U. IS. television
The ambassador, who previous previous-iLad,Tbeaten
iLad,Tbeaten previous-iLad,Tbeaten a from the
,, vuujjicoo ttllfj va-
nous government agencies with
incuasmp pieas, took it all in
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this appeared due more to lan
guage prowems than any em
barrassment even whan
youngster popped up to ask if
suppression 01 tne
Floor Fight Looms On Demos'
Price Support Freeze Program
WASHINGTON, March-18 (UP)
7ouse Republican farm leaders
said today they would wage a
flnnr finht tn slan a 60-dav limit
on a Democratic proposal to feeze
price supiuris wvutuf invmna,
wheat d other crops.
irp momhpra nf the House
VI vi vy
Agriculture Committee planned to
huddle behind ciosea aoors iomur iomur-row
row iomur-row morning to map specific stra strategy
tegy strategy for the drive.
The 'Democratic-controlled com committee
mittee committee was scheduled to act on
the measure tomorrow afternoon
in hopes that final House action
could be completed by the end of
Tha ftsnate, in a direct slap at
Agriculture Secretary Eira T.
Benson, whopped the measure to
passage last Thursday by a vote
of 50 to 43. However, the vote
was Ifar short of the two-thirds
PANMUNJOM Capt. Leon
Pfeiffer of Kenosha, Wis., after
bsing released unharmed by the
Communists lrom 10 days of cap captivity
tivity captivity that began when his jet was
shot down over North Korea:
"I have a wonderful feeling to
be back. I am very tired."
WASHINGTON Army Secre Secretary
tary Secretary WUber Brucker, on Secretary
of State Dulles' statement that he
expects Russia to beat his coun country
try country to the moon:
"They'll have to hustle it they they-get
get they-get there first."
CHICAGO A 12-year-old boy,
in giving his reasons tor setting
a $400,000 school fire with his
"I hate teachers."
majority required to overricfo a
predicted presidential veto.
The Senate measure would
freeze all farm price supports
except for corn grown by fann
ers Who ignore planting curbs
at not less than the 1957 levels.
This would reverse Benson's or
der slashing 1958 supports for dai
ry products, wheat, rice, flax,
beans and some feed grains. The
measure also would rule out any
cuts in planting allotments below
1957 levels except for tabacco.
Benson told a news conference
shortly before the Senate show
dovtii that the President was "al
most sure" to veto the measure
if it cleared Congress in its prs
Democratic farm leaders still
were confident they could push
the bill through the House com committee
mittee committee without change. But they
said the stand taken by GOP mem
bers meant it would not pass the
House by the easy margin they
had anticipated earlier.
The Republican strategy ap apparently
parently apparently was aimed at attracting
the votes of congressmen who
want to be recorded against cut cutting
ting cutting price supports but who
hesitate to tie the administra administration's
tion's administration's hands indefinitely.
Under the Senate plan, the
price support freeze would be
continued until Congress could
work out new long range farm
TO BUILD HOSPITALS
TRIPOLI, Libya (UP) -The So Soviet
viet Soviet Union will help Libya build
and equip two hospitals under a
$2,800,000 aid program, a Soviet
embassy spokesman said4 today.
The Russian aid program inc udes
training of Libyan health workers
at Soviet universities, the spokes spokesman
man spokesman added.
ROME, March 18 (UP)- Italy
today dissolved its quarrelsome
Par iament and set May 25 as
the date for new general elec elections
tions elections that promised to be the big biggest
gest biggest test of strengh in a decade
for he country's moderate Chris
tian Democrat leadership.
President Giovanni Gronchi for
mally dissolved the. Senate and
Chamber of Deputies. Premier
Adone Zoli, a Christian Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, called his Cabinet together
and set the election date. It alls
on Sunday, traditional European
election day. The new Parliament
will convene June 12.
The date for the elections must
be submitted to Gronchi for ap approval,
proval, approval, but that was considered
a mere formality. The law calls
for elections 63 to- 70 days after
dissolution of Parliament.
The elections were expected to
be the most critical since the
Christian Democrats beat the
The elections will decide wheth whether
er whether the Christian Democrats can
win enough votes for one-party
rule or whether they 1 will be
forced into coalitions that may
cause more instability.
The Communists and some So Socialists
cialists Socialists planned to campaign on
the issue of church state rela relations,
tions, relations, with charges of church in inter
ter inter erence, and on a "ban the
H-bomb" platform with particular
opposition 10 any American mis missile
sile missile bases in Italy, a NATO mem member.
ber. member. The Communist, Party has lost
some ground since the 1956 Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian revolution, but still is re regarded
garded regarded as the biggest in the
SAFETY TALK SLATED
WASHINGTON (UP) Preven-
I Jon of injuries to youthful rocket
TV ii - Mi 1 1 x . 1 1
1 liuusiasis win oe a topic ai me
President's Conference bn Occu Occupational
pational Occupational Safety here March 25-27.
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HEAT FOR CONCRETE Supported by temporary timber framework, this tarpaulin "over "over-coat"
coat" "over-coat" keeps winter's freezing touch away from newly poured concrete in spillway of Brown Brown-tee
tee Brown-tee Dam, Idaho Power Company's big hydroelectric project in Hells Canyon of the Snake
River. Stream of hot air is being literally "shot" under canvas cover by portable space heater
at right Spillway, when completed, will be a 168-foot-high structure containing 'more than
, 115,000 cubic yards of coeter-enough to build a two-lane highway 66 miles long.
Near US Air Base,
- inu vai com-
sion near this U.S. Air Force base
last nieht Mitai
a i " j cur 01a
American boy and Injured five
irosuus, mciuaing Ms moth
er and three sisters.
. Mrs. Erma Andrews, of Hoi
0nJ -wfo of S. Sgt. David
.uicWS jr., was driving with
her son, David, and three daugh daughters
ters daughters when her car was hit by an
automobile rirlvon K r
Maoon, of Dannemora, N.Y.
xiio uoy was inuea. Mrs. An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, her 7-year-old daughter.
iJiana. ana 4-mnnth-nM hmnf n
na and Divaine were rushed to
me oase nospital with serious in
Magoon was not Injured. His
passenger, Sgt. Arthur Mattingley,
of Fairmont, W. Va., was hospi hospitalized
talized hospitalized with multiple injuries.
AH the injured were reported
mailing sausiactory progress.
Britons Shook Up
By 'Sokes Alive1
CHALFONT, England, March
18i (UP) The local dramatic so society
ciety society was trying to track down
Thornton Wilder today to ask per permission
mission permission to ehanep "sates oltW
to "goodness gracious" in one of
When t.hp snr-iotv AaniAaA n
-v uvwum w UlU"
duce Wilder's play, "The Happy
Joumev." mpmhors nt tha ntt
T v.a.wKn VA M1V VA0I.
blanched at American colloquial
isms, rroauoer Margaret All-
WOrthv. 28. snlvpH tho nrnhlam kt,
substituting Bath, England, for
Ameripanisms uroro utmmlr fum
the script ruthlessly. "Sakes
anve" oecame "goodness gra
Then someone mentioned the
convriaht laws. Wilder r-nnM uta
if the words were changed with-
uui ms permission.
The fast tried tn nunh WilHor
W AVHVM iyJV-1
at his home in Connecticut but
learned be had gone to California.
Miss Allworthy said she would
make one more try.
Failing mat, it will have to be
"sakes alive" with a British ac accent,
cent, accent, she said.
Hungarian freedom revolt "in "increased
creased "increased Soviet prestige in neutral
countries such as India.
Once he got his words in focus,
Menshikov allowed that "these
people who knew the actual facts
ami understood them. .aonroved
the actions by the workers and
peasants and government-of Hun
He meant, of course, the Krem
lin style government which put
down the bloody revolt.
Menshikov also renewed Rus
sia's repeated proposals for a
heads of government summit
meeting, said German reunifica reunification
tion reunification was a matter to be initiated
by the Germans themselves, and
declared that Soviet leaders
would be glad to come here for
a summit meeting.
NORTH (D) S
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1 Pass 14 Pass
S Pass JV Pas,
3 A Pass 4 4 Pass
4 4 Pass 4N.T. Pass
5 4 Pass 8 4 Double
Pats Past Pass
Opening lead 4 4
LARCENY T.OTT AA nn( 111, AX.
, t,- - uu uui uhb Ulf
brdding. He never likes it when
uie opponents bid a slam against
mm. It also occurred to him that
the slam snouid mik u. a; a
til- .t- .77 1-- c u,u Jiuv
hke the position of his king of
emus w iront oi the opening club
w "vvmvu CvC3-
sarv and Tnn Amaa u
, r wvaou vimt d
aouoie might cause South to go
Lou's next itAn wn amu
four of clubs. Without the double
south might weU have taken the
puu oy me horns and let the lead
run around to his nnen W
South was positive that Lou had
fo De leaamg a short suit.
South went up with Dummy's
ace. ruffed a cluh in his A urn
hand, cashed the king of spades
and led a spade to dummy's ace.
At this point Lou snowed out of
spaaes and South realized that
he had been bamboozled. Unfor Unfor-tunatelj
tunatelj Unfor-tunatelj for him there was noth
ing mere he could do about it. He
Went UO With the spp rntfuA an.
other club, ruffed a heart hi dum
my and ruffed a fourth club with
his last trump.
He still had some faint hope of
makinc the hand. Perhans the
queen of diamonds would drop
or mayoe tne aeiense would sup
He cot back to riummv with a
diamond and played a club. East
ruitea ngnt away ano. simpiy snot
a heart back. Lou did have that
ace and played it to force dum dummy's
my's dummy's last trump. Dummy's little
j: 1 .:n 1 .. i
uianono was sun a losing ixick
and Lou's double had paid off.
Of course, Soirth might have
gone down without the double.
Also he might have made the
hand. We will never know.
Q The bidding has been:
I notch Eats bomb wees
'14 Pass 2 4 Pass
'2 4 Pass ?
j You, South, hold:
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' A Bid three no-trump. Tea
have IS points and stoppers fat
all suits. Tour partner might pass
V jrou only bid two no
You hold the same hand. In Instead
stead Instead of bidding two spades your
partner has bid three spades,
what do you, South, do now?
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To Regular Army
Five officers of the TT S Armv
Caribbean have been selected for
appointment in the regular army,
according to wont received m Ft
nama this, week, on list No. 6.
The five bring to 68 the number
named to the regular army from
this area on the six lists. The
latest list included 461 offcers,
bringing to 5073 the number ap appointed
pointed appointed to date on the augmenta augmentation
tion augmentation program. Originally it had
Deen announced that a total of
7000 officers would be shifted from
the Reserves to the Regular Ar
my. This goal later was reduced
to 6300. This would indicate ap
proximately 1227 selections yet to
be made, presumably in this fis
cal year. At the present time,
there are still outstanding a total
of 192 applications from officers
of USARCARIB who are seeking
List No. 6 included the follow
ing local selections :
Capt. Lawrence R. Chase, Ad
jutant Generals Corps, Headquart
Capt. Robert E. Kruger, Milita
ry Police Corps, 542nd MP Com
pany, Puerto Rico.
First Lt. William H. Russell, Jr.
Military Police Corps, 549th MP
Company, Fort Gulick.
Maj. Olin E. Smith, Infantry,
1st Battle Group, 20th Intantry,
Fort Kobbe, was named a captain.
Capt. H. L. Swann, Jr., Infan
try, Research Unit, Fort Amador,
was named a first lieutenant.
BRIDE WEDS AGAIN
TAPEI, CUP) -A Kansas bride
who married a U. S. Information
Service official on Formosa by tel
ephone last January, arrived here
today and went through a seconu
wedding ceremony, this time in
person. Mrs. Helen Harrison said
"1 do" a few hours after arriv-
ine from Olathe. Kansas to loin
her husband, William s. Harrison.
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radio, W.S.W. 1.895.00
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Bel Air, 4
door, 2 tone,
1951 DE SOTO,
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Murano 30 and 50
En lone Chfp
Italian Figurines . 20
German Figurines.. 20
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TUESDAY. MARCH It, 1151
Social and OtL
Hating Housework Just
Isn't Worth The Strain
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TRANSPORTATION CORPS OFFICERS' WIVES BID
FAREWELL TO MRS. HECK AT DESPEDIDA LUNCHIsO.
Mrs. Georse Heck was honored guest at a despedida
lunchSn ilVen by the Transportation Corps Offers' W.ves
Club at the home of Mrs. Spurgeon Messner today.
Panamanian dolls in polleras waving adios in a se t,ng
of wood-roses and hibiscus formed the table uesora.kms.
Mrs Heck was nresented with a set of demi-tasse P"ons by
th"ctab i T addition to a shower of lottery tickets brought
by club members.
Mrs. Fred P- Bowser was also a guest.
A llower snow, marking ine
completion of another course gag gag-:
: gag-: en oy' Mrs. rl morgan, win ue
held it the Balboa YMCA-USO
Juoiiday trom V until 10 p.m.
A special feature oi this show
wi.l be taDle settings for special
occasitms, such as an mlormal
dinner or a luncneou. These wi.i
be p'anned and carried out by
groups ot stuuents. m aauition
students will piace, enuries in the
usual three categories cut iiow iiow-ers,
ers, iiow-ers, truits and vegetables, and
dried arrangements competing
Mrs. Truman H. Landon, guest
ef honor; will cut the ribbon to
open the show at 7 P.m. The show
is open to all members of tno
armed services and residents o.
the Canai Zone and Panama.
Balboa Teen Club To Hold
"Booster" Dn APril .
The' Balboa Teen Club will hod
a "Beoster" dance on April 18
from p.m. until 1 a.m. Continu Continuous
ous Continuous (fence music wm be played
by Lucho Azcarraga and Al Mar Martin
tin Martin arid his band. A variety show
will be featured. The door prize
will be a five piece silver tea and
All 'adults are urged to attend
and support the cIud. Tickets at
$100 ftiay be purchased from any
teenager, member of the Pacific
Youth Association, and at com commissaries
missaries commissaries and service centers.
The Canal Zone Art League met
yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. P. S. Thornton in Diablo
Plans for the annual Beaux Arts
Ball to be held in May were
discussed. The League voted to
extend its membership to include
high school and junior college
students, thus increasing particip-
r ion and interest in art and in
the work of the'lfcague.
Guests were served from the
tea table by the hostess.
Diplomatic Ladies Tea
At Uruguayan fcmbassy
The monthly tea o. the Ladies
of the Diplomatic Corps wi 1 be
held at the Uruguayan Ebassy on
Tnursday, Marcn i0, with Mrs.
Felix Polleri, wife of the Abas Abas-sador
sador Abas-sador of Uruguay as hostess;
Miss Lindo To Sing With
Beaver College Glee Club
Miss Lyanne Linao, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Lindo of
Panama, sang wiui the Beaver
Colleee Gee Club when the club
nresented its combined concert
with Princeton University in
Murphy Chapel, Grey Towers, in
Glenside, Pa. recently.
Miss Lindo, a ueshmen at
Beaver ana a luemoer oi the
ineuical lecuilOlofej' uopauiiieiu,
is a graduate o. bsuavas uti
aaoo u. de Jesus high scnooi.
Former Balboa feiuaent
Maxes Honor Ko-i
itss i e&KV marie Foiles. gra
duate o, iiiOOa nikii ociiuoi udSS
of al is amoag u..c uuue
tne honor rou at me university
oi Artcansas the past semester.
ine academic nonor rou is iimit-
eu lo me upper ten percem oi tuc
Miss t oi es is ue daughter o.
Mr. and Mrs. C. l,. rones oi
booneviue, Ark., fomeriy oi Bai-
tenner, Joe Baker, and Nibby
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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TTmtv Tomnlo Nn 7S9 IRPfiF.W
will holds its regular seesion to
morrow nignt, wiui eacn memoer
schedu ed to bring a pacnage.
100F Lodge To Moot
The Isthmian Canal Rebekah
Lodge No. 1, 100F, will meet at
the Wirz Memorial Hall this even
ing at 7:30.
Miss Evans Entertains
Quests on Birthday
Miss Erncstina rivans celebrat
ed her birthday with a buLet dm
ner at her home in Curundu last
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walt
er Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon
Voga, Mr. and Mrs. Ane Van Van-Gelder,
Gelder, Van-Gelder, Mr. and Mrs. Redhead,
Misses Maria Vivas and Vera Ro Ro-daniche,
daniche, Ro-daniche, and Messrs. Richard
Bruhn. Richard Rome, George
Atook, Reynaldo Cprdere, Pepe
DEL FARM PURCHASED
CHICAGO, March 18 (UP)-Na
tional Tea Co. today announced
acquisition o Del Farm Food
Stores, a 12-branch chain, for an
undisc osed sum.
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REVERSE ENGLISH A de deliberate
liberate deliberate lure to prospective cus customers
tomers customers is this "Chish it Fips"
sign outside a fish and chips
shop in Leatherhead, England.
The intentional misspelling
' causes many passersby to stop,
and usually results in a sale oi
the favored British snack.
NEW LOOK Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, who returned N to
Washington looking chipper and trim after spending two
weeks at an Arizona health resort, is shown at the White
House The First Lady Is wearing an emerald-green pleat pleated
ed pleated chiffon brocade dress.
US Pavilion At Brussels World Fair
Ready To Make Architectural History
CAY BLADE James N. Kinder
proves he's a gay (old) blade
as he laces up his skates pre preparatory
paratory preparatory to cutting some fancy
figures on his 8?nd birthday.
Now a resident of Topeka, Kan.,'
the nimble octogenarian says
he's been skating since before
ha left Illinois way back in
18N. Kinder has 12 children,
30 grandchildren and 8 greatgrandchildren.
Andrews is the ideal
laxative for kiddies. Its
exciting sparkle and plea-,
sent taste make it readily
acceptable. Its gentle
action it perfectly suited
to delicate young systems.
Acts Like Magic'
Fine, toft, delightful delightfully
ly delightfully fragrant Cuticura
Talcum contains de deodorant
odorant deodorant antiseptic
C-8 (Heiachloro (Heiachloro-phene).
phene). (Heiachloro-phene). Keeps tho
skin fresh and sweet
heat and diaper rash,
foot irritations. Buyl
By DOC QUIOC
NEW YORK, (UP) -When Ed Edward
ward Edward D. Stone, the distinguished
and much-honored architect, gets
to talking about his new Ameri American
can American pavilion lor the Brussels
World's Fair, he gets a sort of
inner glow of pride and enthusi enthusiasm.
asm. enthusiasm. And it makes him happy to
quote the' architect o the French
pavilion that the best thing about
the Russian pavilion is the fine
view it affords of the American
The straight fact is that the
American pavilion leaving the
matter of beauty aside is like
no other buildjng ever built. It's
a thing of audacity. The most in in-t
t in-t e r e s t i n g feature is the roof,
which is like no other in history,
and therefore there's no name in
the books for it.
"I guess," Stone says, "that
you'd call it a suspension roof
worked on the principle of a
wheel. No p'ace in history has
this large a roo: ben built with without
out without interior support, and this
give us one of the most dramatic
interiors the world has ever seen.
"The roof is very bright and
airy and when you're inside it's
pretty hard to figure how it stays
up. It covers the largest circu circular
lar circular building ever built S50 feet
in diameter. You could put a
football field inside with p'enty
of room for the spectators."
Stone" says the roof is "made
like a bicycle wheel."- An outer
ring of steel is connected to an
inner ring of 60-foot diameter by
80 cables pulled so taut that they
hold up the inner ring. The cov covering
ering covering is a sandwich of ivory ivory-colored
colored ivory-colored p'astic, which admits
I light, connected to an aluminum
I Underneath the plastic, Stone
has hung a lower ceiling o: gold
colored aluminum disks connect connected
ed connected with metal tape into a sort
of coat of mail. The exterior
wal's are a white and. bronze
metal lattice holding transparent
"You look right through it
sort of a modern version of the
old crystal palaces," he says.
"It s a gay and inenoiy jook jook-ing
ing jook-ing building but at the same time
dienified and serene," Stone says.
"It's a thruimg experience to get
inside it. It's not a creature-from
Mars thing, which some exposi
tion buildings in the past looked
like. But it does explore radical
structural innovations in the rooi
and exterior walls.
"You' 1 pardon me for saying
so, but l tninK it win maxe ar
The woman who hates house
work and does a slipshod job ot
running a home is o.ten tireder at
the end of a day than the woman
who doesn't waste any time hat hating
ing hating the job, but gets at it and
does it well.
There are several aood reasons
why the woman who hates her
job jets so tired, even though she
aoesn t turn out as much worn
as the wife who takes satisfaction
in being a good housekeeper.
One It takes a lot of enerav
to hate a job. Itou can eel good
and tired just thinking how much
you dread to do a chore.
Two It's mifihtv tirine tn do
any job if a'l the while you are
doing it you are wishing you cou d
be doing something more inturpst.
Three If you put off work and
let it accumulate and finally have
tu uu ii in a rusn, you get a lot
more -fatigued than you would if
SETS WORLD RECORD
NEW YORK, March 18 (UP)-
Tide water Oil Co. today a a-nounced
nounced a-nounced its Delaware, refinery has
broken the world s record tor con
tinuous operation of a fluid coker
unit. Spokesmen said the oil "up
graded has been Operating for
190 straight days and still is go
WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
The Atlantic Conference an
nounced a $10 increase on tourist
you pushed your work and never
let it push you.
Four If you hate a job so bat!
that you aren't interested in how
you do it, you never get the lift
in spirits that comes to the per person
son person who takes pride in a job and
in doing it well.
The woman who early in mar marriage
riage marriage deeides to waste no time
by hating housework and to waste
no energy by putting off the things
that eventually have to be don
is starting out wih an attitude
hat will in time make housework
easy and the results of her labors
satisfying to her.
Since this is so, it's a pity so
many young wives not only think
that it a woman "hates house housework"
work" housework" there's nothing she can do
about it, but that hating house housework
work housework somehow proves to the world
that she is superior to the job
she has chosen for herself.
Dish Is Simple But Hearty
BY OAYNOR MADDOX
Sunday night supper can be a 23 minutes. Serve immediately
pleasant and relaxed family meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Ask in a few close 'riends
and neighbors, p'an a simple but
substantial supper one or two
good thing.? rather than a bt of
class areas and a $17 increase onuttle dishes and keep things
first class rates on transatlantic 'mlormal and unhurried.
passenger liners during the ssum- l
mer Season of i tnicKtn and Mushroom
Ca'Soro't (Makes 4 servings)
STAMFORD, Conn., March
(UP) Two small boys picked up
for taking a rowboat without per permission
mission permission promised po'ice; yesterday
hey would never taKe a Doai
ike that again."
"Like what?" police asked.
"Without oars, of course."
Two cups cubes cooked chicken
18 il cud cooked elbdw macaroni. 1
cup finely diced celery, 1-4 cup
broken walnut meats, 3-nunce cm
A-Experts Believe Russia Has
Beaten US On Warhead Tests
Help Yourself to
AMERICAN PILOTS FIRED
PORT SAID. Egypt, March 18
(UP) The Egyptian Suez Canal
authority has fired two Ameri Americans
cans Americans employed as canal pilots on
grounds they attempted to carry
out "union organization" activities
among other pilots, U was report
ed here today.
The pilots, identified as A. An Anderson
derson Anderson and B. Kennal, have left
WASHINGTON, Marsh 18 (UP)
Some U.S. atomic experts be believe
lieve believe th.' recent rash of Russian
nuclear tests mean the Soviets
have beaten this country to the
punch in testing complete war warheads
heads warheads for intercontinental mis missiles.
siles. missiles. The Russians have exploded six
nuclear devhs since Feb. 23 in including
cluding including two double-headers. Last
Friday, they conducted tests al almost
most almost simultaneously at different
proving grounds a thousand miles
apart. They toiiowea up witn a
single blast Saturday.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash.),
Wash.), (D-Wash.), a member of the Joint
Congressional Atomic Energy
Committee, said the Soviet pace
indicated "they have been testing
a complete family of weapons" to
be delivered by a variety of sys systems.
tems. systems. He said he believed this includ includ-pd
pd includ-pd i:?00 mile intermediate and
5,000 mile intercontinental bal
Dr. Raloh Lapp, a nuclear
Dhvsicist who writes about atomic
matters, agreea tne tests wcic
"nnrational" .rather than "diag
nnstic" meaning they involved
field tests of completed assembled
weapons rather than scientific ex
periments with nuclear aevices.
Chairman Carl T. Dmrham (D
VATICAN CITY, March 17 (UP)
Pope Pius XII today appointed
Eugene cardinal nsserant,
French born dean of the College
Creamed Chipped Bcof in Biscuit
vups (Manes 4 servings)
One cup biscuit mix, about 1-3
cup milk, 1-4 cup butter, 1-4 pound
chipped bee;, 1-4 cup flour, 1 3-4
cups rich milk, 6-ounce can sliced
broi ed mushrooms, 1-8 teaspoon
Place biscuit mix in bowl. Add
milk and mix to lorm a ball of
dough Roll out about 8 inches
square and cut into four 4-inch
spuares. Put each square in small
individual pie plates or large muf-
m pans ana Dress loeethpr tn
N.C.) of the Congressional Atomic
Committee viewed the new Soviet
tests as definite proof the Rus Russians
sians Russians are testing actual atomic
weapons, "probably" missile war warheads.
heads. warheads. Dr. Willard F. Libby, scientist
member of the Atomic Energy
Commission, said in congressional
testimony last week that the Unit
ed States had not yet field-testea
a nuclear warhead for an inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental ballistic missile
(TCRM) to make "sure that the
thing will work."
Tests along this line are expect expected
ed expected to be conducted during this
country's spring series of tests in
the, Pacific, starting next month.
The aim will, be to explode an
atomic charge above the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere to find out something about
the .effects of such blasts m
iBut Sen. Jackson believes the
Russians already have both in intermediate
termediate intermediate and intercontinental
missiles ready for use and that
they have staged operational tests
of both rockets, complete with'
He also believes the Soviets
have field tested surface-to-air
and air-to-air rockets designed to
defend against ballistic missies.
chopped broiled mushrooms, l-2lform a cuo with the corners stick stick-cup
cup stick-cup mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons ing up. Bake in preheated 400 de
wiiii aauce, i teaspoon graieo grees r. oven until lightly brown brown-onion,
onion, brown-onion, 1-2 cup fine buttered crack- ed, about 15 minutes. Meanwhile
er crumDs, i-i cup snreaoed A-1 melt butter in skillet over moder moder-merican
merican moder-merican cheese. ate heat. Add chipped beef which
Place chicken, macaroni, celery jhas been torn into pieces about
and walnuts in mixing bowl. Drain -inch square. Saute, stirring fre fre-mushrooms,
mushrooms, fre-mushrooms, reserving broth, and cuently until beef is curled at the
add mushroom to chicken mix-rdges and beginning to crisp. Add
ture. Blend mushroom broth into (f our and blend. Well with fat and
mayonnaise and stir in chili sauce leef. Add milk and contents of
and onion. Pour over contents m ran of mushrooms. Cook, stirring
mixing bowl. Mix together lightly constantly until gravy thickens
irT1 H mJ0 IQ-Ounce end comes to bfcUAdd pepper
individual baking dishes ndcnd salt if needJ; Arrange bis bis-spnnkle
spnnkle bis-spnnkle lightly with b u 1 1 er edi curt cup's on serving plates and
- - ".w. i.uctac, j.um tieaiiieu cnippea oee ana
111 picncaicu oou uegrees r. nusnrooms into each. Serve im
uvea uiuii uioiouKiy not. aDOUt mediate v.
EMBASSY CAR CRASHES
PARIS, March 18 (UP) Two
Canadians were killed and three
others were injured today When a
Canadian Embassy car in which
they were riding skidded and
crashed inlo a tree near uourg-
of Cardinals, to represent him atEn-Bresse, 240 mi'es Southeast of
the Lourdes Congress this ftil. pans.
Every morning's a good morning
when you feel fit and healthy. If
you don't, then your system proba probably
bly probably needs the help of sparkling
Andrews. Just do this
(i) Get out your tin of
Put one tcaspoonful into
water and stir briskly.
Drink it as it effervesces.
Andrews cleanses the entire
system freshens the mouth and
tongue, settles the stomach and
tones up the liver. Lastly, Andrews
gently clears out wastes
and promotes healthy
Just one teaspoonful is
correct for most young
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As Lilian turnejd and twisted her herself
self herself a"bout before the skirt depart department's
ment's department's mirror, her mother said,
"The red pleated one is much pret prettier,
tier, prettier, dear. That skirt is too tight
across the hips. If those sheath- j solence. It is a phony feeling hid
type things don't fit you perfect-: ing from her her real one of huri
Lilian's mother is always trying
to "understand her daughter's
behavior. By analyzing it, she
achieves nb feeling of scientific, de detached
tached detached superiority to the girls in
With calculated rudeness,' Lilian
said, "Who asked you for an opi opinion,
nion, opinion, Mother?
In the painful moment that fol followed,
lowed, followed, her mother thought con confusedly.
fusedly. confusedly. "Lilian snaps at me like
this because she is insecure. All
teen-agers are insecure. She is fu-
rinilQ fit mp hnp'Jltcn T Vnminrlo
ner that she is too fat to wear
This was -an accurate diagnosis
of the feeling behind Lilians rude,
Did her mother's knowledge cool
the flush on her face? Did it losen
the sense of tightness in her chest?
Did it restore her calm? Did it
tell her what to say to Lilian?
No. It did none, of these desir desirable
able desirable things. But what it did do
was most undersirable. Analysis
of Lilian's rudeness simply enabl enabled
ed enabled her mother to avoid all uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable awareness of her own help helpless
less helpless response tc it.
Like many other parents today,
As all children ace sometimes
rude to us, we all share the feeling
with Lilians mother. And we soon sooner
er sooner or later have to recover from
it so mat we can say to Lilian,
"OK, ;my dear. Act on your
own opinion and 'let's see what
Avoiding ourselves by analyzng
the other fellow is a well-known
escape device in group psychothe psychotherapy.
rapy. psychotherapy. I recently heard psychiatrist Dr. I
Alexander Wolf dicuss it before v
the American Group Psychothera Psychotherapy
py Psychotherapy Association. Speaking of tht
special problem presented by pa1 pa1-tients
tients pa1-tients who are always ready to
diagnose the other fellows trou troubles,
bles, troubles, he said, "To get well such
patients must be helped to recog-'
nize their own feeling of inade inadequacy.
quacy. inadequacy. Knowledge of why children re resent
sent resent us is only made alive by our
direct experience with our own resentments.
JULIO V 0 S 8. A.
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Campbell i Soup
The juices of 8 different garden garden-freah
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DO TELL! Almost all head, this Mola mola draws Its mouth
up into what looks like a surprised "oh" as it gets its picture
taken. Rare in captivity, the fish is the latest acquisition of the
Miami Seaquarium in F16rida. The Mola mola is df the sunnsh
genus but is slightly larger than the more familiar kjndr-beinf:
sis feet long md welirhinf 450 pounds, f
TOWDAY. MIRCH II, 1951
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN
AN WniPENDlfNT DATLT VFWSPAP1W
Social and Otli
Among the recent guests vac vacationing
ationing vacationing at the Panamonte Inn in
Boquete were Captain Victor Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez and Captain and Mrs. Pet Peter
er Peter Grosz from the Canal Zone;
Char'es Payne, Jr. from Teaxs;
and Messrs. Octevio Garrido, Au Au-relie
relie Au-relie Jimenez, Juan Enrman and
Tomas Guardia from Panama
T Mtt Tonight
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Curundu Protestant Church will
TAPt MIAMI COMIT TRES
RUNAWAY BOY RETURNS
SYRACUSE, N. Y., March 18
(UP) Policeman Robert Dixon
sympathized with a 7-year-old
runaway boy yesterday but
brought him back home anyway.
ine ooy 101a uixon ne ran- away
because his parents ordered him
to stop watching television.
hold its monthly meeting this
evening at 7:30 at the home o.
Mrs. Dejernette on 2310 8th Street
(oniractors Area, Curundu.
Ladies of the church and the
community are invited to attend.
CAB APPROVES INCREASE
WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
-The Civil Aeronautics Board an an-nouaced
nouaced an-nouaced tentative approval of
i 4 economy class passenger serv serv-jhe
jhe serv-jhe for transat antic ilights with
fares lower than the present tour tour-list
list tour-list class rates. In addition CAB
'said it will ajjow transatlantic
lnes a 5 per cent fare increase
on tourist first class and deluxe
INSTALLS NEW EQUIPMENT
GRANITE CITY, 111., March 18
(UP) -Granite City Steel Co. to today
day today announced it has halted op operations
erations operations t its Cold Strip mill for
about four weeks to allow instal installation
lation installation of new equipment to in
crease output. Spokesmen said the
expansion is part of a 33 mi'lion
dollar program begun in 1956.
NEW YORK, March 18 (UP) (UP)-Convair
Convair (UP)-Convair division o General Dy Dynamics
namics Dynamics Corp. announced receipt
or order tor tour aaauionai ie-
trnnnlitan 440 airliners from Scan
dinavian Airlines system. Convair
also said it has received an eight
million dollar Navy contract for
pilot line .production ot lanar
ST., LOUIS, March 18 (UP)
fn line Rariin Cn todav an
nouneed it will lay dff one 'third
if the work lorce at ijs Dallas,
Toy .nlmtt. hv Aub. 1. reflecting
a phasing out of government work
orders. A total of 600 workers will
be af ected.
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Bans Visiting Red
From Sfraving Far
WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
I la a.aie Department touay
permitted Soviet Embassy. Coun Counselor
selor Counselor Sergei R. Striganov to drive
to the University of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina to make a speech. But it
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Hmm n uu iiuni sugywg iar
Mnsanov reouested Dprmissinn
to drive to Chapel Hill and travel
up to 40 miles outside the city
while there. He didn't say where
he wanted to go.
The university invited Striganov
to speak tomorrow at the Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Symposium of Public Af-
lairs. The program, extending
over several days, featured
speeches by Sens. John J. Spark Spark-man
man Spark-man (D-Aa.) and Henrv M
The State Department, which
regulates Russian diplomatic
travel because the. Russians curb
travel of Americans in Moscow,
permitted the trip.
But it banned the extra travel
after consulting with the univer univer-siv.
siv. univer-siv. A SDokesman said the nni.
versity assured the department
me extra travel was not neces necessary
sary necessary for the speechmaking.
ROK Patrol Ship
Fires On Japanese
MOJI, Japan, March 18 (UP)
A Republic of Korea patrol ship
fired on a Japanese patrol vessel
last night in waters between the
two countries, dispatches to the
coast guard here said today.
It was the second such incident
reported during the day. Another
Japanese coastal naval vessel re
ported that an unidentified ship
fired 50 to 60 shells at it.
No damage or casualties were
reported in either incident. Both
Japanese ships fled and continued
to patrol their assigned areas.
There has been friction between
Japan and Korea over the "Rhee
Line," which established Korean
territorial waters 60 miles from
The first Japanese vessel was
attacked near the Rhet Line, 50
miles East of Cheju Island, the
second reported it was 150 miles
East of the island, far beyond the
TUNED TO SPACE Designed to probe outer space, this
massive 61-foot diameter antenna dwarfs a workman at the
experimental radar statipn being developed for the U.S. Air
Force by the Stanford Research Institute at Menlo Park, Calif.
The 100-megacycle transmitter is used to gather data on the the-behavior
behavior the-behavior of very high and ultra high frequency radio signals
" "1 reflection from meteors.
WALL OF FAME Her name is up in lights as a new Broad Broadway
way Broadway stir; now actress Ellen McRae, leading lady of the play
"Fair Game," will have her portrait on the wall of the apart apartment
ment apartment she just moved into. By way of housewarming, artist
Yoram Kaniuk volunteered to supply the paint job. Kaniuk,
born In Tel Aviv, now lives in New York, "Where his workssare
j currently being exhibited.
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The factual story of NX's savage waterfront- wars! .
and how one man challenged the lawless rackets, how
ruthless mobsters joined to break him . how others
by courage, by love by sacrifice helped him to smash the
brutal, violent code of the docks! See Richard Egan, Jan
Sterling, Dan Duryca and Julie Adams inv "SLAUGHTER
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Ten On Trial
SEOUL, March 18 (UP) -Ten
leaders of the outlawed Progres
sive Party, including a one-time
cabinet member, went on trial to
day on charges of trying to over overthrow
throw overthrow the government of Presi
dent Syngman Rhee.
A 68-Daee indictment accused
them of violating national se
curity laws Dy supporting ine
Communist -sponsored "peaceful
unification" plan t6 unite North
Korea' with the Republic of Ko
rea to the South.
One of the defendants is Cho
Bong Am, 60, Moscow-educated
chairman of the Progressive Par Party.
ty. Party. He was a Communist who re renounced
nounced renounced Communism in 1945 and
gsi-vpH as minister of agriculture
in Rhee's cabinet in 1948. He also
served as vice chairman or ine
National Assembly and unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully ran against Rhee in the last
Cho has been charged separate separately
ly separately with espionage.
Puffs Final Mile
v art crtNSTEAD. Enehnd
(UP) The 17-mile-long Bluebell
and Primrose Kaiiway puuea it itself
self itself out of existence Sunday, vie. vie.-tim
tim vie.-tim of risine costs and more
The line wnicn naroiy ever car carried
ried carried more than pne or two pas passengers
sengers passengers a day in its single ccach
outdid itself as 700 sentimental
Sussex residents ciimoea aooara
eight cars and were taken from
Eat Grirtsted to Lewes.
Tf had heen named the Bluebell
and Primrose because it ran so
s'owly passengers could reach out
and pick flowers along the way.
Well-wishers threw flowers ;n
the path of the train. Someone In
a rear compartment blew a hurit hurit-mc
mc hurit-mc horn Someone else nulled the
emergency cord and the train was
38 minutes late on Its last ride.
Arthur Rose, 65. wno had been
the engineer for the past 40 years
drove the last train. "If'l be a
real wrench to leave the old Blue Bluebell,"
bell," Bluebell," he said. "It was always so
up to th minute rooms
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He's No COPer
WASHINGTON. March ni (UP
Col. Gordon Moore, Mrs. Ma
mie Eil'senhnwrr c hrnthr-in. laut
ninted broadly today he was not
Chairman Oren Harris tD-Ark.)
of a House investigating subcom
mittee asiced Moore whether he
is a Republican or a Democrat.
"If that's an embarrassina Ques
tion," Harris said, "you don't
have1 to answer it."
"Mr. Harris," Moore replied,
when I arew un in Texas, thev
only had Democrats in Texas."
BACK TO SCHOOL Samrnle Dean Parker, 16, who was
expelled from Little Rock's Central High Schcol February 28,
walks to school with her father, Jay D. Parker, after the
school announced she" would be reinstated. The reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement came after the girl reportedly wrote a letter to school
superintendent Virgil Blossom promising to conform to the
school's rules. Samrnle atated that she did not write the
letter, but that the school did.
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interested in his supper, even though it is being served to him
by a pretty nurse, Carolyn Moore, but maybe he's gota reason
For a two-year-old, Corkey has had some troublesome times.
By the time he was seven months old, his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Letson. of Birmingham, Ala., had nursed him
through three major Operations. Then for a year he got by
without serious mishap. But, last October, his troubles returned,
In an automobile accident, Corkey suffered a broken leg. It
was back to the hospital for five weeks. Out of the hospital
again, things looked rosy for a couple-of weeks. Then Corkey
slipped and fell. What happened? You guessed it. The satne
leg was broken. Now he's back in University Hospital and
thinking of the better days that are houtd to come.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1US
NY Yankees Once Again Looking Like Champions
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Torn WL Pit.
Elks 6 1 .857
Spur Cola 4 2 .667
Lincoln Life Ins. 4 3 .571
Seymour Agency 2 5 .286
Gibraltar Life Ins. 15 .167
Elks 1, Lincoln Lift I
Hie league leading Elks took
another close hard fought game
from Lincoln Life Ins. by a 1 to
0 score. Stoudner and Ostrea were
both in fine form and as a conse consequence
quence consequence the batting averages on
both teams suffered. The lone
run of the game was scored on a
walk to Gangle, who went from
first to home on a passed ball.
Ostrea, besides pitching will en enough
ough enough to win most games, also had
a perfect day at bat when he col collected
lected collected three hits in three tries.
Duran collected the only other
hit for Lincoln Life Ins. The Elks
collated three hits, all singles,
but oddly enough did not figure
in the scoring.
VIENNA, March 18 (UP) The
first fashion show in Communist
Czechoslovakia at which women s
underwear was modeled was off
limits" to men, a Prague news newspaper
paper newspaper reaching here today re reported.
ported. reported. The newspaper Slovobne Sloyo
said bathing suits also were dis displayed
played displayed by mannequins at the
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Stoudner and Ostrea exhibited
the fine control that has featured
the pitching in the second half.
Each gave up but two walks,
stoudner had his curve working
nicely and ten Lincoln life batters
struck out as a consequence. Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln life left fielder Kiamco, a
converted catcher, turned in two
fine catches, to stop potential Elk
rallies befei they could get
The box score:
Lincoln LLif Ins. Ab R H
Engelke, L. ss 2 0 0
Duran, 2b 2 0 1
Ostrea, p 3 0 3
Farnsworth, c 3 0 0
Joyner, rf 2 0 0
Marti, cf 2 0 0
Kiamco, If 2 ff 0
Nelson, lb 2 0 0
Deming, 3b 10 0
Engelke, R. 3b 10 0
Totals 20 0 4
Mathenev. cf 3 0 0
Gangle, ss 3 11
Brown, 2b ..... 100
McGrath,' c 3 0 0
Bureener. rf 3 0 0
Stoudner, p 2 0 1
Hummel, 3b 3 0 1
Poore. lb 3 0 0
Bridwell. If 2 0 0
Totals 23 13
Seymour 2; Poliet 1
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and Richard Parkins Ditched on
even terms. Each pitcher allowed
only one run, white rouce were
collecting but two hits and Seym'
our three hits.
As has been the rule in the sec second
ond second half, both pitchers exhibited
remarkable control. Riley gave up
nnlv nnp walk and Perkins two.
there were no batters hit and no
wild pitches or passed balls.
The winning run came on some
heads up base running. Moses
went from second to third on a
fielder's choice play, and, when
the relay throw teiporarily got
away from the Police third base basemen,
men, basemen, Moses continued on home
without stopping at third. The
throw to home was in time, but a
perfect slide by Moses brought the
winning run in.
Coy and Moses with two singles
each led the Seymour Agency.
Jim Riley had a double and a
single for the only Police player
to collect more than one hit.
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Wilder, lb, 3b
Riley, Jeff 3b, 2b
Watson, 3b, 2b
Perkins, p, 3b
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Twiloop Lead After
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Ttiams W LPct.
Mercury Outbd. 4 2 .667
CHS-Alumni 3 2 .600
Powells 2 2 .500
C.H.S. 14 .200
Mercury Outboard 3 C.H.S. 2
Powells 2 CHS-Alumni 0
CHS-Alumni vs C.H.S.
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Atlantic Twilight LeaguefTigers their only two runs against
second half race wm thrown into
a wide open three team affair
Sunday afternoon after a pair of
thrilling pitcher's duels swept Mer Mercury
cury Mercury back into the league lead,
one half a game ahead of Alumni
and brought the first half winners,
Powells, back into contention, one
full game off the pace.
Charlie Him pitching tight 6-
Here Are Probable Winners
In 9th Annual Balboa Relays
The old crystal ball i all polish
ed add ready to go in an eiiort
to name the winners in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Relays. The Relays this year,
the ninth running oi the meet,
will be held on Friday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday of this week at Balboa Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Preliminaries and field events
will be eld between 6:30 and 7:30
both nights, with the first final e-
vent getting started a 7:30. un
Friday the opening ceremony will
be at 7:15. Tickets can be pur purchased
chased purchased at the Stadium the nights
of the meet, or they are availa available
ble available in the evenings at the Balboa
Lawrence Keeves Is back this
year with the Ft. Amador team
to defend the shot put title he
won last year at 51 ft. V in. It
looks as if the champ will be de dethroned
throned dethroned this time, for Charlie
Morris, J.C. shot .putter, has been
over this mark every time this
year, and he has one or two prac
tice tosses over 55 leet.
Reeves should get the silver tro
phy, but Larry Horine, A.C.
weight man, mient edge m nere
Lack of practice win nurt both
these men, but they should beat
the rest of the field, unless John
Clark of Albrook gets off his best
ever effort. Clark is a great com-'
petitor and just the type to get
his best when it counts the most
Order of finish should be: lMor-
ris (JU), z. tteeves ut. Amador ),
3. Horine (A.C), and 4 Claw iAi-
brook), Distance, S3 ft. 2 in.
If there was ever a clear cut
favorite it is Bill Gibson in the
discus He has broken all local
records with a throw of 151 ft.
Vt in., which is about 9 feet bet
ter than anyone else is known to
have gone this year.
Behind the Cristobal star things
get considerably tougher. The Al
brook strong boy, Clark, figures
in here and so do Morris, Reeves,
and outside chances go to Carl
Toothjnan of BHS and Noel Gib
son of the A.C.
On the basis of what has been
done this year the order of finish
should tead: 1. Gibsan (CHS. 2
Clark (Albrook), 3. Mirris (JC),
Reeves (Ft. Amador)! Distance.
148 ft .8 in., which will) be a new
Bill Halvosa is odds An favorite
in the pole vault, ana proDaDiy
the best bet Balboa Jttfgh has for
first place in thy entire meet
Halvosa's big trouble is lack of
consistency. Last' week he looked
great going oyer 11 feet, but this
week he cMd be having trouble
with 10 Art in.
-Unless one of the unknown mill
tary entires slips in here, Ken
Fulleton of the A.C. should come
after Halvosa. These two tied last
year for the first place, but Ful
leton has had trouble getting in
practice this year, which should
give Bill the edge. Terry Corri""i
another Bulldog vaulter and Bill
Burgess of Ft. Clayton will be
the main contenders of the re
maining two places.
Order of finish: 1 Halvosa.
(BHS), 2. Fulleton (AC), 3. Corri-
gan (BHS) and Burgess Ft. Clay
ton) tied. Height: 11 ft.
Unless some of the boys have
been winning the high jumps thus
far suddenly sprout wings, things
don't look too bright for any great
neignt nere. rive feet io in. won
last year, and it will be good e
nough for a win this year.
Larry Horine of A.C. and John
STARTING AT 3:00 P. M
DIFFERENT!. . SPICY!...
Every moment scorches the
Qirlesque As You Lika It!
hit ball against Cristobal High
School in the first game, chalked
up win No. 7 on the season, hav
ing to overcome only a shaky first
three innings in which all six hits
were collected by C.H.S. A three
base blast by Dick Vina in the
first inning, followed by a single
off the bat of George Kirkland
gave C.H.S. their first run.
iBack to back singles by the
singles by the same two batters
in the third frame, with an error
oy Ai bomoana tosseo m gave me
toercury." From that point onward
it was all Charlie Hinz as the Mer Mer-cu'f?
cu'f? Mer-cu'f? hurler walked Gibson in the
fourth frame and then proceeded
to retire the rest of batters in ord order.
er. order. Bill Gibson went the route for
Cristobal and turned in one of his
best performances of the season,
allowing only 5 scattered hits and
Clark of Albrook can almost al always
ways always be counted on for 5 ft. 8
in. and as that is more than can
be said of the other jumpers
they shouid be the co-iavorites. It
is possible, however, due to limi
lations on the number of events
a man con enter, that neither of
them will jump.
Bill Coffey oi J.C. would ordinar
ily be the lavorite, but he still
hasn't recovered from his injur
ies received in the plane crash
so he won't be at his best. Noel
Gibson, aiways dependable, is und
ine age creeping up on mm,
and Can i'oothman, ona s late
coming jumper, might figure in
the top place, but it is doubtful
Norm Pederson of Boys Cob, Bill
Gibson, Cristobal, and Jim Thomp
son of A.C. have outside chanc
The final finish looks like this:
Horine (AC) and Clark (Al
brook) tie, 3. Coffey (JC), Chap
un (Ft Clayton), N. Gibson (AC),
and Tootnman (bus) tie. Height
ft. 9 in;
-The fifth and final field event
is the broad jump. With 17 men
entered in the event, picking the
top four is really tough. Number
one should be BUI Gibson of
Cristobal, who has the best jump
ins year, within a traction of an
inch of 22 ft. However, on the
uphill pit at the Sqadium, Dan Mes
call of Albrook might prove to
re the better jumper.
John Chaplin of Ft. Clayton has
to De counted in the money, it for
io other reason than his expe
r.ence and speed. Fourth could go
to any one of 5 boys, Detore Tons
sieht Coffey, Noel Gibson, or that
mail again, John Clark. Clark
gets the nod just on his competi
Order of finish: 1. Gibson (CHS)
2. Mescall (Albrook), 3. Chaplin
(Ft. Clayton), 4. Clark (Albrook)
Distance: 21 ft. 9 in.
There are 55 points possible m
the live events. If these predic
tions hold true Albrook will 12 of
them, Cristobal High 10, A.C.
N, J.C. 7, BHS 7tt, Fort Clay
ton 4V4, and Ft. Amador 4.
would appear that the competi
tion is going to be so well divided
in the held events that the even
tual meet winner is going to have
to look to the rack for their de
cisive point spread.
The next article in this series
will deal with the 100, high hur
dies, and mile run.
Banquet For Bowling
Saturday At Tivoli
This Saturday night, March
22, at the Tivoli Guest Hous, at
6.30 p.m. there will be a ban
mint in honor of the winner of
the recent 17th annual Bowling
Tournament for men and for
the WIBC in the woman'
After the banquet and the
presentation of awards, there
will be dancing to the music of
The entire fraternity e bowl bowlers
ers bowlers and bowlerettes on the
Isthmus are invited, but reserv reservations
ations reservations must e made by Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night with Curly Bates, or
telephone call to the Tivoli
A romantic tale of young girls
swept from their homelond
by men with f dreed them to
become their wives!
. .Isle of stolen women
DONT MISS IT IT'S
walking four. Two unearned runs
in the first frame paved the way
far the Cristobal pitcher s 4tn de
feat of the season. The only earn
ed tally against Bill Gibson was
the winning run. scored in the
fifth frame. Lomedico opened with
single and was sacrificed to sec
ond by Hinz. Cicero walked and
after Trimble had gone down
swinging. Wally Trout singled in
to left field to score Lomedico
The fielding gem of the came
came in the third frame when Mer
cury threatened to run away witn
the decision. A walk to Hinz, an er
ror by Fields and a smgie Dy
George Trimble loaded the sacks
with none away. Wally Trout fol
lowed with a screaming line drive
ust off Gibson's ten ear. me
Cristobal pitcher stabbed the drive
for the out and then threw to third
to easily double Hinz off the bag
and kill the rally.
Powells Got Back Into Race
Slow to get started in the sec
ond half, Powells bounced right
back and are now in the thick of
three way battle for the Atlan
tic Twilight League Title. Noel
Gibson, pitching nearly flawless
three-hit ball, easily tamed the
bats of the CHS-ALUMNI to knock
the latter out of first place.
Gibson struck out seven and
walked only two. He faced a total
of 24 batters and only twice had
runners on third base as he easi
ly notched his ninth win of the
season. Eladio Hernandez went
the way for the losers.
Two walks, a hit batsman and
sacrifice fly gave Powells their
first run m the opening frame,
wlvh turned out to be all they
ready needed. The winners added
another in the seventh when Gib
son singled home Haas who had
walked and moved to second on
Louis Hooper and Louis Dedeaux
each had two for three to lead
the Powell's attack. Noel Gibson
had one hit in three tries to drop
his batting average to .418, but
still leads the loop 18 points bet
ter than Pat Qumlan of the Alum
ni who went 0 for 1. Dedeaux 2
for 3 moved the Powells short
stop up to the No. 3 spot in the
batting race with a .369 average
2, points ahead of Bucky Hall who
went nitless in two tries.
CHS Plays CHS-Alumni Tonight
Tonight at Mt. Hope Stadium
Cristobal High School returns to
action, against the Alumni. The
Tigers, practically out of the race
with 4 defeats, have been playing
good ball recently.
With the exception of their 26 to
2 defeat at the hands of Powells
last Tuesday, they have scored
4 to 3 win over Alumni, and Sun
day afternoon threw a scare into
Mercury by dropping the deci
sion by a narrow 3 to 2 margin
These two teams have met five
times this season and Cristob
holds a wide margin, 4 to 1 over
The box scores:
Detore, G rf
Kirkland, G. lb
Gibson W., p
Kirkland L. c-cf
SCORE BY INNINGS
C.H.S. 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-2
2 0 0 010X-3
Hall, lb 2
Dedeaux, ss 3
Gibson N., p 3
Highley, 2b 3
Hooper, cf 3
Downing, 3b 2
Sapp, If 3
Rosenkrantz, c 3
Haas, rf 2
6 21 10 1
St. Cyr, 2b
Hernandez M., 3b 2
t V 1 O V u
0 0 14 ll""
10 0 10 01
I Breznik, ss 3 0 0 1 0 0
Lapish, cf 2 0 0 2 0 0
Johnson, c 3 0 0 7 0 0
I (Brittle, If 2 0 1 1 0 0 1
Hale, rf 20010 0
I Hernandez E., p 2 0 0 0 2 0 1
22 0 3 21 7 I
SCORE BY INNINGS
I Powells 1000001-2 6 1
CHS-Alumni 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 lg
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Scowl Off Stengels Face
NEW YORK, March 18-(UP)-asey Stengel V
can stop scowling today because his New York Yw
kees once again are looking
Stengel was mighty unhappy
last week after his American
League champions dropped five
of their first six exhibition
games. But today they're Tiding
a four-game wlnnlne streak. In
cluding two straight wins over
tne worm cnampion MiiwauKee
The Yankees staged their best
show, of the spring yesterday
when they clobbered the Braves,
15-8, with a 17-hit attack on
four pitchers. They got off bad
ly when Bob Turley was raiceo
for five runs In the first inning
but got fine pitching over the
last seven frames from- Tom
Sturdlvant and Johnny James.
Mickey Mantle blasted his
first homer of the spring and
also tripled, Andy Carey arid
Bank Bauer homered and
Norm Siebern had four hits in
five tries to lead the New York
attack. Siebern, who hit .349
for Denver last season, has
moved back into the lead in
the battle for the regular left
field berth, which earlier in
the spring, seemed to be going
to Deron Johnson.
The four straight victories
match the longest of the Grape Grapefruit
fruit Grapefruit League season and make
the Yankees' record 5-5. The
Braves now stand 4-5.
Frank Robinson. Richie Ash-
burn. Joe Altobelll and Frank
Thomas were also nexmg tneir
muscles yesterday In a manner
to siMsrest revision of the spring s
oldest cliche to read, "the hitters
are ahead of the pitchers."
Robinson smashed two homers
and knocked in six runs as the
Cincinnati Redlegs whipped tne
Washington Senators, 9-6, for
their fifth win in 10 games. Steve
Bilko, the 250-pound Redieg
first-baseman wno seems w De
nrlnn1nr a 1oh With the ClUO,
contrimnea a iwo-run numn w
a 13-hir. attack..
- ; t -i .1.1
Asnmirn siasnea qui a uuuuie
and three singles to pace a 15 15-hit
hit 15-hit attack that carried the Phil-
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
F. Icaza and C.
Blue Star Milk
Coffey 173, Luttenberger 165, Hele
164 Hassler 163.
Cia's Seott Atwater 4
It is all over, including the
shouting as far as the eaiDoa s
Men. t paoiip i concerned, i.
pt's Spntt Atwater Outboard Mo
tors ailed the championship by giv
ing the runner up team a gow
nno nf the motors had a baa
nisht with the low man having 482
and tup men man nun
... T 1 nM..au
donating a 506. Jimmy uowen nni
teammate had 501. For the m
TVs who were off the air and
went down for all four p o l n i s,
Pope popped a sot sei.
Now that the Senith TV's have
been eliminated from winning the
flag, they have a tough battle on
their hands to stay m second
pplace which they share wren va-
Cafe Duran 3 Dunlop Rubber 1
Duran Coffee poured three very
imnnrtant Doints into tne sweei
cud of victory. Ther opponents!
n.inrnn Piihhpr out forth a wui-
ning effort m me miouie gome uj
u r,tnc Thp three ooints gained
hv Duran out them wunin reaca
the second olace money. Duran a
overflowing cup oi wins was
oialln mora lastv wnen you guum
Jor that their men man uiu uw.
over 500. when Fran nager
tops with 484. r or me
Mkt VAM Ai 900
Sterling Hayden in
$1.10 per CAR!
Victor MATURE in
" e in TECHNICOLOR
15-8 To Wipe
adeiphla Phillies to a 6-2 victory
over me St. Louis Cardinals. Jack r
spring trial came hac WocteJ?Jo.Tr
iuv uaiu ill mix irsr.
to hurl five scoreless inntnCTVf'
Altobelll hit a homer dmh
and a single as the Cleveland
Indians beat the San Francisco
Giants, 9-6, for the first WM,
this spring. Catcher Sari AvSrlff
contributed a two-run triple to
the Indians' 13-hlt attack wnill
Willie Mays doubled ior the &U
ants, his third hit in 15 tries!
Thomas banged ottt two
homers but they weren't near nearly
ly nearly enough asvthe ChicTg
White Sox took advantage of M
vflve PMsbursh errors to beat
the Pirates, 7-4. The WMt1
Sox scored four rune off Ver-- 4
non Law in the fourth inning
with the aid of two wild pitch- i
er, two walla and two errors;
Walt Mdrynrs last-iiminsr.
three-run homer lifted the Chi- i
cago3ubs to a 5-3 decision ovep s
the Baltimore Orioles in a game
played at Scottsdale, Ariz., as the
second half df a double-he der
which also featured the San ,i
Francisco-Cleveland game. A
crowd of 1,800 turned out to sees A
the Cubs beat the Orioles for th
fourth time in five tries. i
Don Zimmer's lOth-inninsr sac
rifice fly delivered the run that
gave the Los Angeles Dodders a
3-2 decision over the Spokane
Indians of the Pacific coast
League. Prank Howard, bonua
outfielder recently stoned by the tn
Dodgers, had two of Los Ange- i
les' four hits.
OTHER CAMP NEWS: Ted ;
Kluszewskl advised man a gar
Danny Murtaugh of the Piratea u
that he is ready to test his h
chronic back in exhibition nlay ,j
. . The Braves sent out pitchers :
Jerry Nelson, Bob Hartman,
Claude Raymond, Terry Fox artf
Keh MacKenzie and catcher Sid i:
CtoMfader to Wichita and pitch pitch-er
er pitch-er Dale Hendrickson to Atlantic! i
en Dunlop Rubber, Pt.I$fl.Jp
kicked in with 506. I
Hillman Cars 3 Kent Ciflarettet J
In line with the pattern of the
night no one was bustanding 4t
scoring, in this game, but' the
Hillman cars knocked won enough
pins to gain three points, a n d
shoved the pack of Kents
nun to seventh slot ot the lea-
Bob iBarkr bobbed up with the
"high" series of 488 and loolcing
over the other scores this 488
was nothing to be sneezed over;
when you consider that the mas- ;
ter Bill Coffey on Kents had only" 4
tiA ronnhH'An nf Koincf tho tnutth'
est on the Isthmus. With only
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SDAY. MARCH II, 1951
TAMPA. Fl.. Putting one lit-
tie-word after another and what
ever became of money? The
Yankees' George Weiss tells news
men recession won t shrink Dase
ball leceDts. But in New York
and. other competitive centers the
mutuels may. A guy wiin tne
shorts is likely to be more interest
ed m a winning double at tne
track than a winning double
the taalTTwrk. A survey of the
American amusement dollar re
veals thathe tracks get the third
biggest siSre, topped only by
(1) movies and (2) country crabs.
Baseball is 11th in the fist. Bowl
ing, fast growing as a participant
sport, is sixth. And for the sixth
successive year, J. Sam Perl Perl-man's
man's Perl-man's records make racing the
natron's No. 1 spectator sport with
53,820,958 fans. Avarice, we fear,
has come to stay.
1XPICT FRICK OK? We pol polled
led polled six club owners down here
last weak and found all in agree agreement
ment agreement that Ed Bouchee will be
back in action aa soon as the wig
picker, who is capng for the Phil Phillies'
lies' Phillies' first fcaseman, gives the
word. Clearance by Ford Frick is
regarded as a forn.ality, aince the
commissioner has already set a
precedent with Jim Rivera m a
somewhat similar case. F r i c k
madethe White Sox owners res responsible
ponsible responsible far the outfielder's fu future
ture future conduct. Menawhile, pros prospective
pective prospective Philly, deals involving
fiTst.baaeman Joe Collins of the
'.Yankees and either Steve Bilko or
George Crowe of tne neas, awu
the psychiatrist's final decision on
WINNIR'S CIRCtI: At least
four more boxing contests are to
be televised out of Havana, revo revolutionists
lutionists revolutionists permrting, informs big
Jim Norris of IBC. N a s a ut
beyond the jurisdiction of the
crusading USGA, will hold a Cal Cal-mtta
mtta Cal-mtta nooli n connection with its
late March, three-daf golf cham championship'.
pionship'. championship'. On a $50,000 investment
in oil with Ralph Lowe, owner of
Gallant Man, jockey Willie Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker is said ti have made a mil million
lion million bucks in less than a yar. So
that's- what happened to mopeyl
KNOWS THi SCOR1: White
iox manager AI LUpei, wno n
lie young man in Cleveland tells
3 HeMo SCt JLpnnMua
ck problem i will ne comroi....
'indmg tne rix
wvs aiven mm iroume. nuw,
guarding against another aeci aeci-Jnt
Jnt aeci-Jnt (a line drive hit him in the
eye last season) he may try to
keep the pitch in view longer and
thereby impair the naturalness ut
his delivery"... Is Score as fast or
faster than Bob Fellerfe"!
never swung against either
of em"...Senbr Lopez s ee me d
mighty grateful the experience
had been denied him.
DYKES THE DEAN: Of all
atlrecent newcomers, Paul Waner
tabs tne waves tarn Aaron as
the game's most natural hitter
Anybody want Puddin Heatl
Jones? The Phills have just about
given up on the third baseman.
The best pitching coach in base
ball? According to cany wynn,
Mel Harder of the Indians is in a
class by himself. At 61, Jimmy
Dykes is the oldest big leaguer
in uniform. The Reds manager,
Birdie Tebbets, took a rookie to
Dykes the other day and said:
''Jimmy, show tfiis boy how Gen.
Abner Doubleday played the drag
bunt. mpvi old is, Satchel Paige?
A mere 52. Fellow tourist Stanley
Woodward has the veteran Negro
pitcher's birth certificate to prove
it. Detroi's Silly Marun predicts
this will be Mekey Mantle's great greatest
est greatest season. ..."May even hit .400".
SUCKER WANTED: Jersey's
popular Vic Ghezzi is winter pro
at abe Ruth's old course in
neighboring St. Petersburg Shuf Shuffle
fle Shuffle board capital of the U.S.A. Sign
in local pawn shop: "Marked
cards, loaded dice, tops and bot bottoms."
toms." bottoms." Just what Junior's been
crying for. A Tampa theater is
taking advance riders for the Ro-binson-Basilio
closed, circuit TV
fight..."All seat 4.52 includ includ-mg
mg includ-mg taxes."...Which reminds us
certain members of the FCC
geemed to have had tiieir own
version of pay TV. Add impos impossible
sible impossible jobs: A 6-10 basketball play player
er player who's been told to "get lost."
END OF FEUD: One of the
first things Walter Michael, new
head of the USTA did was to pay
a let's-get-together call on George
Monaghan, chairman of New
York's "harness commission.
Peace, it's wonderful. Incidental Incidental-lw
lw Incidental-lw th antitrust action against the
national trotting body was outlin
ed here in detail tnree wcom
before the government' findings
Were made public. Jake a bow
t zrtitM r b i nr.
Taylor Spink on long distance: i i
hit with -Onr-Eyed King tonay at
Gulfstream and he paid $60.60....
Hmmm. Well, at least Shoemaker
hasn't gotten at all.
W'Luvm r ir in r
ATLANTIC LITTLE LIAOUl
W L Ob
(Standings March 15)
oca Cola 7
utual of Omana l m
ice Pals 4 4 3V4
ates i a o
n 0 7 7
Tho" r.nea Cola Bottlers moved
nlnear tn Mia second half
pennant by defeating Cash Paul-
son s vouns ijckiuh tu" o.
a game played on Thursday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. For three innings the Legion
was out in' front, but once agam
Coca Cola came up with the big
inning to score 5 in the fourth.
The combined pitching of Henry
.f.d Jackie Bloir limited the
Cola iien to only four hits, he
, i wis charged to Shirk and the
win wis Ralph Bender's fourth of
' Tt whs not a batter's day and
only Greg Hakanson was able to
get more than one hit. He had two
singles. Tommy Coffin doubled for
tne only extra oase mow m wc
The box score:
Murray, c, 2b
Ah R H E
4 0 0 0
The box score:
Score by innings
Coca Cola o o 0 5 3 0-
Legion 6 l 0 0 0-4
On Friday aftsrrenn a three
run first Inning was enough to
earn a victory for Mutual of Oma Omaha
ha Omaha as they went on to knock over
the Pirates 5 to 2. Mike Bum
racked up his fifth win and, also
led the batters when he hit safe safely
ly safely three times. Pirate Dougie Al Al-Wff
Wff Al-Wff was the losinc twirler. 'Bob
Hauler of Mutual and Harry Mur-jtJofbert'cf
Ab R H E
3 0 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
2 2 0
2 3 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Mutual of Omaha
Score bv inninss
Pirates 0 0 0 2 0 02 5 1
Mutual 3 0 2 0 0 x 5 6 0
For the second time in the see
ond half, the Elks defeated tne
Police Pals 3 to 2 in a well played
game on Saturday afternoon. John
banders was 'the winning pitcher
While Kenny Karnmski was tak
ing his second loss.
The Elks went out in front with
three runs in the first, and they
were able to hang on for the rest
of the game. The Police had many
opportunities to score but when
Lie going was roughest, Elkman
John Sanders bore down a little
harder. Kenney Karpinski pitched
a fine game and aU three hits off
him were of the scrated variety.
At bat only Richie Carpenter
could hit for extra bases and both
his hits were doubles.
In Relief Win
PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
tJainoa High school 10 5
Kent Cigarettes 8 7
Lucxy btrike 8 7
Junior College 4 11
Balboa High School 6, Kent 2
The Balboa High Bulldogs wrap
ped up tne faciuc X wiught
League championship last night
oeteaung Kent Cigarettes 6 to 2.
Trailing Kent 2 to 1 in a tight
first five innings the Bulldogs e e-rupted
rupted e-rupted lor live Dig runs in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the sixth and turned
wnat looked like a certain deieat
into victory to give them their
second baseball title, Balboa High
aiso annexea tne lnterscnoiasuc
League title earlier toil season.
Waiboa High took a shortlived
lead scoring a run in the second
on a walk to Horine and succes
sive singles by Trimble and Bar
nier. Horine came in to score
when' Pretto fielded Barbier's bunt
single and threw wildly to first
gssk 1 fS
Kent came back -in the third in inning
ning inning when Benny Salas opened
the inning with a long aoubie to
left center and scored a moment
later on Marty Saias'b unt single
and Harley's overthrow at firdt
base. Salas advanced to third as
Pretto grounded out and came in
to score the second run when
Ness threw wildly to third .at .attempting
tempting .attempting to cut down Salas.
Morgan schoch took over the
mound for the Bulluogs in t h e
fourth and battled on even terms
wun iBill Pretto until the School-.
boys iced the game in the sixth.
Morns opened tne inning reach
ing first base safely on Marty Sa Salas
las Salas bad. throw and Don Ryter fol
lowed with a single. Horine popped
up to Lombana lor the first out (u
Trimble looped a high fly to
right field and Blog overran the
ball and just missed making a
catch when the ball trickled off
his glove. Morris came in to
score and Ryter went to t h i r d.
Carlin took iBlog's throw at first
and in trying to get Trimble go going
ing going to second he threw the ball a a-way
way a-way and Ryter came in with the
second run and Trimble went to
third. On the next pitch Trimble
started home and Pretto's pitch
sailed over Pete Salas outstretched
glove allowing Trimble to score
the third run.
George Barbier caught hold of
a Pretto pitch and hit it deep to
the fence in right center and cir
cled the bases tor a nome run
Ness singled and Thompson walk
ed and Schoch followed with a sin
ele to score Ness with the fifth
run of the inning. Charley Fre
was out on a tiy to right and
Schoch was picked off at first by
Pete 'Salas for the final out of the
Schoch retired the side in the
fourth and fifth innings without
much trouble getting the three outs
in the fifth on strikeouts. Kent
0 Ojjoaded the bases on two
ALBROOK TRACK STARS Two of Albrook's top tcack men.
are Jim Heirunan and Herman Trufant. Heinzman As favor favored
ed favored to win jtne mile In the Balboa Relays this weekend for he
has already pin u 4:49.6 mile. Trufant will run on several of
the Flyers relay teams for his specialties are the sprmta and
, Quarter milo.
Jy Conrado Sargeant
Franco Justiniani Was the only
rider suspended at the President
Remon racetrack over the week weekend
end weekend as the jocks apparently con
tinued to stick to the straight
and narrow path.
Justiniani was suspended for
eight meets after being held re responsible
sponsible responsible for creating the condi
tions Much led to veteran Marcos
Hurley being thrown off Colmado
at the far turn during Saturday's
Hurlev had accused leading jock
ey Braulio Baeza of being re responsible
sponsible responsible for the fall. Baeza in
turn argued that he had been
crowded by Hehodoro uustines.
However patrol judge Domingo
Casis, who was nearest the spot
where the accident occurred, clear cleared
ed cleared both Baeza and Gustines. Ca Casis
sis Casis pointed out that both Zumar
(Gustines) and Valdina Jeep (Bae (Baeza)
za) (Baeza) were more than a length in
front of Colmado when the latter
was crossed atumbled and lost
Casis reported that Matrlcula Matrlcula-do
do Matrlcula-do was the horse that crossed
Colmado. This w" corroborated
by Matriculado's lackey1, Carlos
Bovil. However; Bovll InslsWd
that Dagon, ridden by Justinia Justiniani,
ni, Justiniani, had crowded him persistent persistently,
ly, persistently, causing him to cross Into
r.imH'i oath. Justiniani did
not deny tho charge.
Two horsea which pulled up
lame after their races were sus suspended.
pended. suspended. Escorial gob 21 days aft after
er after trailing in Saturday's fir
raoe. Reflector, a big disappoint
ment in Saturday's eighth race,
was set aown tor is days.
jockey Alfredo Vnquei and
trainer James suvera received $5
fines. Vasquez was penalized for
dropping his whip while riding
Ezcasay in Sunday's sixth race
while Silvers was guilty of using
tne wrong colors on Presidente in
Saturday's fifth race.
A total of $123,345 was wagered
on the races over the weekend a
the local track. $51,736 were bei
on Saturday while Sunday the
r nutuel machines clicked to
the rune of $71,609.
This weekend's main event
will be the $1,000 Rotary Club
Handicap. There will be a
drawing among tho second
through the seventh series to
Seida which group of h o ru i
II participate for the prize,
Entries for the $3,000 added
one mile and an eighth National
Guard Classic will be closed next
vi Dudi nace n inner
iulAuii. malm 10 (US')-' Ul-
hciais awaueu the arrival ot
straggling uiiiSiieia eau; iouay iu
uecuue me overall wuuier ui tne
Sc. reiei'bDui'k-iidvaua y a c u t
iue 67-loot Crioho, sai-ed by Dr.
Luis Yidana o. Havana, leu the
iieet of 28 boats across the finish
line, arriving at 3:30.29 yesterday.
toe Lrioiio actually finished
twice. It crossed inside the finish
Buoy tne first time and lost lour
minutes doing it over again.
But the overall winner was to
be judged on corrected time for
the 360-mi e voyage around South
Florida's "horn". And the Criollo,
one of the large Class A boats in
the race had to spot hours of
handicap time to many smaller
yachts in the fleet.
The Criollo was defending
champion from the St. Petersburg-Havana
yacht race last
year. The limsh une was switched
to Miami this year because of po
litical uprising in Cuba.
. The best corrected time among
early finishers in the race was
posted by the 46-foot sloop Solu Solution,
tion, Solution, owned -by Thor H. Ranaing
of Greenwich, Conn. The Solution
finished fourth but had a corrected-time
of 48:04.33 compared to
Cibola, owned bv Wheeler Nar.
ro, of Houston, finished second,
followed by the non-handicapped
"scratch boat" of the fleet, the
big GUlfstream. owned bv M v.
Hemmerdinger of New York.
rum Demna tne So ll inn amo
the Carlbe. owned hv M s sw
ier or uucago; followed by the
vuiuae, a. a. ixng, New York
and Nassau, and the Malabar
Aiu, oamuei zorovich of Miami.
IT MAY BE YOUR LIVER
If life not worth living go out of life. That's when you
it m.v tw. vaiip liv-r 1 nd mild gentle Carter's Littla
it may bo your liver I s Uwt Th8SB f, y
It's a fact! It takes up to two pint table pUb help stimulate the flow
of liver bile a day to keep your of liver DUa. soon your ainanoa
digaativatractintopihape! Ifyour ataxta functioning properly and
liver bile la not flowing freely your you feel that happy days are nera
food may not digest... gas bloata again! Don't ever stay sunk.
up your stomsch . vou feel con- Alwavt keep barter s utm uvM
stipated and all the fun and iparkle Pilla on hand. Aak your druggiat,
Monday, March 24. The nvt
classic is listed for AprU 13 and
is an open event. Weights for
this annual blue ribbon event will
be assigned by handicapper Petro-
Local horse racing will take an-
otner Dig stride forward within
two weeks when saliva- tests will
be instituted at the President Re
Two Panamanian veterinarians
recently completed courois in
saliva tost techniques in Flori Florida
da Florida and will be in charge of tho
laboratory. They will instruct lo local
cal local owners and trainers before
tho new practice gos into af affect.
fect. affect. It is expected that formfiil rac
ing, which is usually the order of
At J A it. J T Wfel m
me oay ai me juan uiaz oval
will be even more prevalent.
and Bottled in Scotland
mm W Zsl
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IB I I
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Injured Guy Rodgers
Able To Play Friday
In NCAA Semifinals
NEW YORK, March 18 (UP) -Temple
orbits NCAA playoff meetmg with
Kentucky at Louisville rnaay
ooked much brighter today with
the announcement that All-America
Guy Rodgers will be1 able to
Rodgers, the speedster who
O'miarterbacks" the T e m P le
Quintet with .semaphore signals
on uic i uu, uiiwi
of treatment for a back injury in
Temple University hospital which
coach Harry Litwack and team teammates
mates teammates wrung their hands.
The suspense was 'mded late
tion to his tro-ne run. Bob Carlin, 'yesterday, however, when a hos hos-Kent
Kent hos-Kent first sacker, led the losers jital spokesman announced that
at bat with two hits in three trips Rodgers definitely wouW I be able
t th nlata. t) play although a ow bacK
and a walk in the sixth but Harley
French took Tochter man's fly ball
and then threw to second for i
rihnhlenlav to end the threat Wal
ly Trout, pinchhitting for Mart.f
Sales w Iked with two out in the
seventh but Pretto popped to sec second
ond second base, for the final out to end
Schoch pitched two-hit ball over
the last five innings, walking two
and getting four batters on strixes
as he posted his fifth win of the
: Pretto lost his second game in
five decisions giving up eight hits,
walking two and getting six bat batters,
ters, batters, on strikes.
Georee Barbier led the Bulldog
hit attack with a perfect three for
three getting two singles m auoi-
ray of the Pirates had two hits
each. There were no extra base
hits in the game.
The box score:
to the plate
The box score:
P. Salas, c
B. Carlin, lb'
B. Salas, ss
M. Salas, 3b
I strain" might hamper his
n 1 e iispokesman said. "It is a
AB R H PO
'The X-rays are negative", the
6 Iff 6 f(
AB R H PO A
back strain. He certainly can pay
basketball by Friday. He may not
be at full efficiency, but he can
Despite the encouraging report,
Rodgers was detained at the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. The spokesman did not say
when Rodgers would he discharg discharged
ed discharged or whether he would be able to
ractice with the team before it
eaves for Kentucky on Thursday.
Litwack was elated at the news
that Rodgers wou'd be available
for the NCAA semi-final game
with Kentucky, "it's wonderful
news,", he said. "It "will certainly
bolster our chances.
Meanwhile, coaeh Adolph Rupp
of Kentucky revealed that the
3 I ng layoff his Wildcats enjoyed
i lefore the start of the NCAA
0 tmrnament had a 'ot to do with
their upset vlcory over Notre
is6 e 8 21: 10 Dame in he mid-east regional final
SCORE BY INNINGS
Kent 90200;; 284
(Balboa High 0 1 0 0 0 5 x 6 8 2
(x) Walked for M. Salas In the
Errors Carlin, Blog. M. Sa Salas,
las, Salas, Pretto, Mess. Barley, S.truc'i
iut by Harley -2, Schoch 4, Pret
6. Uases1 on balls Schoch
j retto 2. Pitching records Hai
ley 2 runs 4 hits in 3 in 3 innin
Schoch 0 runs 2 hits in 5 innings.
Two base hit B. Salas. Home
run Barbier. Double plays R
ter to Morris to Ness. French to
Morris. Winning pitcher Schoc'
(5-1). Losing, pitcher Pretto (3 (3-).
). (3-). Umpires HHzinger awl P
r '"-i. Scorer Me3d. Tims
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BALBOA, C. Z.
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TUESDAY, MARCH llifSI
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-ean ft. a m
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it Santa Clara leach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile paat the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Occansiec Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Chalet, two bed bedrooms,
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No. 10, Carrasquilla. Inf. Tel.
FOR RENT Modern ocean
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venient Convenient transportation. Panama
(Continued from Page 6)
few exceptions, most bowlers have
lower averages in (Balboa than
Tivoli Travtl 2
Martini Vermouth 2
Out of ten bowlers, six of went
below 400. In due justice to the
bowlers, something was definitely
wrong with the elements other
than the bowlers. Heavy pins,
sticky approaches on one lane,
slippery boards on the other play played
ed played havoc and the scores register registered
ed registered were not a true barometer of
these bowler's talents.
More attention was devoted to
this unhappy situation than to the
task of knocking down the pins,
but When it was all over the hon
ors were all even.
Even with the dra- w the Tivoli
Travvel Agents, traveled upward
and are now in tie lor fourth
place. Si Baldwin for Martini had
a 488 and for the Tivoli Bruce
Hassler was not too elated with
his "high" 451.
Pepsi Cola 4 Canada Dry 0
This was a battle between the
bottles o ffiz waters. The Bottle's
marked Pepsi Colas out fizzed the
Canada Dry for all four points.
,'The Pepsi Colas came through
with a 12 pin win in' the first,
and the next one was closer, but
still the Pepsi softdrinkers pre
vailed with a 4 pin win.
Just to make the evening a com
plete bust for the Canada Drys,
the Pepsis outdistanced them by
28 pins in the finale. This about
clinched the cooler for the Cana Canada
da Canada Drv mixers who just can
not mix enough pins in the right
time to win.
Don Rudy of the Canada Dry
team did manage to score a 557,
including the only 200 game of
the league this week. For the Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi Colas, Dube and Luttenberger
showed no mercy on the basement
boys with their 529 and 510 sets,
Balboa Beer 3 Blue Star 1
Th Pan Liauido of tht Cerve-
ta Balboa clobbered the Blue
Star aairymen iur uuee pm,
uro inn no one set any records,
w the hnvs had fun. For the
Brwers, Manny Fernandez bottled
a high mark with a n outstand outstanding
ing outstanding (question mark) 461, and Blue
Star Hoper was the star perform performer
er performer for his team with 473.
AMMAN, Jordan, (UP) Joraa Joraa-Blan
Blan Joraa-Blan seenrity forces captured an
Israeli at the village of Beit fksa,
northwest of Jerusalem, yesterday,
press reports said here today The
reports said the Israeli vvas be
ing. held for investigation.
CAIRO (UP)-r President Gamal
Abdel Nasser (returned to Cairo
today by plane from the Syrian
region where he made a 22-day
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FOR RENT Furnished three
bed-room apartment. Hot water.
Television. Garage. Special price
for 5 months. Phone 3-2279
after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT Modern two bed bedroom'
room' bedroom' apartment, Bella Vista
$70.00. Tel. 3-6090.
FOR RENT Best located,
small furnished apartment. Near
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FOR RENT $5tf00, furnish furnished
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No. 48, phone 3-0471 2 2-3343.
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dining, living room, kitchen,
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2575 2-2575 after 3-7453.
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pzrtment a-pzrtment with stove, hot water,
refrigerator. Campo Alegre,
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At Rio Abajo
FATHER EDUARDO GOMEZ
Beginning Sunday and contin
ent; through Saturday, March 29,
a holy mission will be prepared
every evening by, the Rev. father
Eduard Gomez at the Church of
St. John Baptiste de la Salle de
The services will beeih at 7 D.m
and will be Consist of the rosary,
a sermon and Benediction of the
most Blessed SacrameVt.
A cordial invitation is extended
the general public by Fr. Jesus
Sanzol, pastor of Rio Abajo, to
attend the Mission.
The services will be in English
Mrs. Maude Fuller
Dies In Hospital
Mrs. Maude B. Fuller, who had
been vacationing with hjer hus husband,
band, husband, Theo Fuller, at the home
of her son-in-law, Rev. F. H. Wal Walters
ters Walters of Paraiso, died early yes
terday morning at Gorgas Hospi
In addition to her husband she
is survived by a brother-in-law,
Dr. Hartley Williams, who resides
in the United States; an adopted
daughter. Mrs. E. J. Walters, a
sister-ro-law, Mrs. riorence Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, who lives in the States;
five 'nieces, Mrs. M. Francis of
Kingston, Jamaica, and Mrs. E.
M. Thomas, Mrs. H. M. Dogue,
Mrs. V. L. Walters and Mrs. V.
M. Walters, all of whom live in
the States, three nephews, Frank
H. Walters and V. M. Walters of
the U.S. ana A. G. Walter of Pa Paraiso.
raiso. Paraiso. Funeral services will be held-a'
the Oorozal Chapel at 1 p.m. to tomorrow;
morrow; tomorrow; interment will follow at
the adjacent cmentery.
Free Thrill Killer
Given Red Carpet
Treatment In P.R.
CASTANER, Puerto Rico (UP)
Parolee Nathan Leopold was
welcomed on his first day in this
farm community as an honorary
citizen of Puerto "Hicth
"We regard Nathan not as a
Continental but as a Puerto Ri-
can, an elderly farmhand said
during services at the Brethren
Church. "We accept him not as
an enslaved laboratory technician
ut as a iree man who comes to
us to serve the worn of God.
Leopo d replied in Spanish.
"The best way I can exDress mv-
seif now is to say 'thanks'."
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE O? OU
4Vr55t ..? a'A-:,0NSN: 8 UM" Casa ZAJLDO-Ceitml Ave. LOUKnES PHARMACT-182 La CamsquHU PAKM
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TAL. Ok PUBIJCACIONES-No
7N--ff e. L ATURBO-P,n. Lefevte I
the Bella Vtote Tbratre. COLON: Central Avenue 12.185 Tel. ttl
FOR SALE Model "A" Ford
Sedan. Excellent condition. Pa Padre
dre Padre Miguel Boar Club.
FOR SALE 1950 Buiek Dy Dy-naflow
naflow Dy-naflow 2-tene, new tires, 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 cyl. 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 1957 Chevrolet
Pickup Vj ton. May be teen at
Corosal Motor Pool 8 a.m. to
tl a.m. or at Rous 2068 Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford, 4 4-door
door 4-door hardtop, Fordomatk, power
steering, "radio, heater, 14,000
miles. $1500. Call Kobbe 51 25.
FOR SALE 1957 Hillman de-,
luxe, 4 door sedan, radio, ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Mrs, Niskanen 86 86-4169,
4169, 86-4169, 7:00-3:30, 83-2198 aft after
er after 3:30.
FOR SALE T- 1953 Packard 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, two-tone, leather uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, whita walls, signal lights.
Excellent transportation. Call 83 83-6252
6252 83-6252 after 4:00 p.m. Any time
Saturday and Sunday.
t t.aiMii n.
(Across Banco Nacional)
. "GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way. Body Massage,
Excerclslng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
tnd gentlemen. Get results.
J.' Arosemena Ave.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. CO.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present ear through
Government Employees finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel service
US Combines Two
TAIPEI, Formosa, March 18
(UP) The Un-ted States has
combiwri its two major military
organizations on Formosa into i
single command to simplify com
mand structure in the Pacific, it
was announcea loaay.
The shake-up merges the U.S
laiwan (formosa) aetense com
mand and the Military Assistance
Advisory Group fMAAG), with
Vice-Adm. Austin K. Doyle in top
command. Although the official
announcement did not so, it was
reported Uie reoganization would;
make possible reduction of Ame American
rican American military pr.-sonnel on this j
Nationalist Chinese island strong-1
hold. i 1
AGENTS nil nrn nmrn iv n
1 Utter Plat. CASA ZALIM-Cntnl
1 Home Articles
FOR SALE Fully automatic
washing machine; double bed
with box spring and mattress.
Call Curundu 5231.
FOR SALE -1 Television set
RCA Victor 2) inches $90.00
45 street No. 4-102.-
FOR SALE Crib with mattress,
radio-phonograph Zenith table
model, short and long
Phone Balboa 2-4206.
Army Planning Two
Sales This Month
The U.S. army Caribbean pro property
perty property disposal officer nnounced
today that two sales of foreign
excess property will he
on March 24 arid 31. Bids will be
opened in the bid room of build building
ing building 706 at Corozal at 9 a.m. on
we morning ot each sale.
ifSeV?Bltefu,wU1 so 'on
March 24. Included are two 2 2-wheel
wheel 2-wheel utility cole tvrw trail,.-
gasoline engine-driven rotarv
'""i;,4 porta me generator
n imn -J ..
rci. urese uems are inuj
Corozal and the enrinaa
Us Cruees. '"iU ai
On March 31. 48 Mem. mJl
age and scrap property will be
disposed of. Promrt i.
at Corozal Chiva-Chtva and Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. All items may be inspect inspected
ed inspected from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and
from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on week-days,
except holidays,, until the morn mornings
ings mornings of the sales by contacting the
property disposal officer at tele-
pnone 85-4149. 1
KAISER HAS LAYOFF A
OAKLAND. Calif. Marh ie
(UP) Kaiser Aluminum & Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Corp. today announced it is
laying off 455 workers in further
aluminum production cutbacks.
The company said it win
down two potlines at the Mead,
,'HU' lacuuy ana one naif a pot pot-hne
hne pot-hne at the Tacoma, Wash, plant.
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LONG TIME TIL CHRISTMAS Looks like Santa will have to pack a special bag of front
teeth when he makes his deliveries up Winnipeg, Canada, way next Christmas. Turning on their
best smiles are, frortt, from left, Cindy Falconer, Lorraine Royal and Margaret Reid Rear, from
left Jimmy Stevenson, Margaret Frampton and Georginia Hubert. Youngsters are second and
third grade students at Winnipeg's John M. King school. i
GETTING A GOOD LOOK John Hegemann, seven months, takes a good look through his
glasses at a doll almost as' big as he is in his Chicago home. His mother, Mrs. Lawrence Hage Hage-marni,
marni, Hage-marni, says John is pretty good about the glasses now, but he raised a fuss when he was fitted
for them about a month ago. Every once in a while, she says, he tries to take them off and P18
with thorn, but even i he deee gaVUtem off he s aaie -they're shatterproof John was fitted with
glasses because his eyes, crossed at birth, were not straightening out satisfactorily.
TStiwa.' V1K1U1- t iRsmiA PEECIADO 7 Street we. 13
ve. 45 2 LOURDES PHARMACY-182
Street PAJRMACU Af'-Tbl Peiiee
FOR SALE Portable Radio
$15, Golf Cart $10, Beaded
Movie Screen $10, Electrolux
Vacuum Cleaner $25. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1959.
Kohler 1 500 watts DC light
plant end one Brigsjs and Strat Strat-ton
ton Strat-ton 1 Horsepower gas engine,
$225 and $40. Beth in very
good condition. Bex 1892 Bal Bal-'
' Bal-' boa.
FOR SALE Keystone 3 lent
turred 8 mm. reNFjlm camera.'
Model Capri K-27. Complete X
with 9 mm. F.1.9, wide angle
lens, 13 mm. F.L.9. normal lens,
25 mm. F. 1.9. wMe angle lens,
13. m.m. F.L.9, normal lens, 25
mm, F.I. 9, mm. F.I .9, telepho telepho-to
to telepho-to lens, universal view finder,
built-in f if ten, and exposure
guide. Camera has been used for
only ten months. Price new
$99.50, now $75.00. Call Tel.
FOR SALE Motorcycle '53
Triumph T-Bird G Soce $3.75
cash. Balboa 3712.
Camera sale: Speed graphic 600
dollars of equipment for 100
dollars. Call Balboa 4274.
FOR SALE Old style dicta dictaphone,
phone, dictaphone, $25. Assortment of
paints, $10. Flocking outfit for
rcfinishing fabric, $40. Electrle
drill, $15. Army 82-4124.
FOR SALE Engineers transit
and level also, tat men's golf
clubs. Phone Balboa 1860 after
SCHEDULES U.S. Visit
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March
18 (UPT Sweden's sports-loving
Prince Bertil will fly to the Unit United
ed United States May 5 for in official
visit, it was announced today.
Bertil, a 46-year old bachelor..
will have lunch with President
Eisenhower May 6 and then go
to Minnesota where, he will attend
that state's centennial celebra celebrations
tions celebrations May 8-12 as guest of Gov.
Orville L. Freeman.
La Carrasquilla 0 PARMACIA LOM-
111 MOVED AD ES A THIS
FOR SALE $5000.00 cash.
Acquire and occupy immediate immediately
ly immediately $30,000.00 4-bedroom, 3
bathroom ocean view modern
house. Hot water, terraces, gar garden,
den, garden, maid's quarters, etc. Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively residential neihgborhood.
Details Panama 3-3319.
Anniversary To Be
Al Bethel Mission
On Sunday, March 23 the Bethel
Mission Church m Paraiso will
celebrate its 26th anniversary
with a program scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 3 p.m.
Listed to participated on the
program are" several evangelical
ministers, churches and rndivia rndivia-uals.
uals. rndivia-uals. Anniversary, greetings will be
delivered by the Rev. Joe Jenk Jenk-of
of Jenk-of the New Tribe Mission,
Rev. A. W. Crooks of the Gamboa
Baptist, Rev. C. U. Jarvis or me
Christian Mission or ranama uu
Rev S. N. Brown of the Panama
Balitist with ftev. Paul Pretiz of
Hcte as chairman.
Others listed to appear on the
program are the ranama
..., !,. fkriatian Mission of Pa-
nama, the Sunshine Group, and
the CSurch Choir. The First
Baptist of Paraiso, in a duet, the
Chrrsuan Mission saw ww"
Ho in a solo, the Paraiso, Wes Wes-leyan
leyan Wes-leyan in a song, the Nazarene
Christian Church of Rio Abajo
and the Paraiso Salvation Army
in selected items, and, the King's
Four and a female trio of the
church. . ..
The general public is invited to
the program. v
BLAST RIPS STREET
ntro MnrNTRS. Iowa. (UP A
ga explosion ih the basement of
a large gowniown uuimnig
ripped up about 30 feet of side
walk and hurled chunks of con concrete
crete concrete through the windows of two
stores. No one was injured.
"WW A. UIABLD
ty J2II. CBISTOaUL, CL
WANTED In "Las Cumbres"
house preferably furnished. Pay
each. Write details price, Stewart
El Valle, living telegra telegraphic
phic telegraphic address.
D e p endable Sevenh-Day-Ad-ventist
young woman desires to
rk for American family; 3,
4, 5 or six days a week. Can
be contacted at hflut 7 A 7 Ani
E, PinitOg Canal Zone.
Boots & Motors
-FOR SALE 24 ft. cabin boat
with 40 h.p. engine. Inspected
ano registered for 8 r
5600. Albrook 7131.
Founder Of Union
With Heart Attack
. NEWARK, N.J. Mnrch 18 UP)
State Labor and Industrie Com
missioner Carl Holderman. one of
the founders of the Congress of
industrial organizations (C I O),
suffered a heart attack today and
was taken in critical condition to
Holderman, who is 63, suffered
a coronary thrombosis late last
night while asleep in his Nutley,
N.J,, home, a spokesman said.
Holderman had been connected
with the trade union movement
from 1925 until 1953 when he was,
named labor and industry com commissioner
missioner commissioner by Gov. Robert B.
Meyner. He was president of the
stale CIO from 1943 until 1953
in 1934, Holderman and Sidney
Hillman, then head of the Amal
gamated Clothing Workers of
America, conceived forming the
CIO while the two were leading
a textile workers strike m Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. Holderman actively joined in
founding the CIO in 1936.
For Okinawa Reds
Marks New Election
NAHA, Okinawa, March 18
ruiai returns tonignt gave
pro-American conservatives a
sweeping victory in Sunday's leg
islative elections over communist-backed
vuj iciuiu vi uus u.o. lsiana
basion to Japan.
The complete, but 1 unofficial,
count gave the pro-American for forces
ces forces 24 of the 29 seats in the
Ryu&yuan one-house national leg
islature. The pro-Communist Min Min-ren
ren Min-ren Party went down to disas disastrous
trous disastrous defeat, winning only five
seats. The Minren had 19 can
didates in the field.
The general election in the is island
land island chain generally had been
considered as test between the
conservatives favoring realistic
ties' with the United States and
the leftist Minren's extreme re
The pro-Communists ha4 been
conceded an edge over the di
vided conservatives by political
observers who had predicted the
Minren would take the election
About 79 per cent of 430,000 el
igible voters went to the polls in
the Ryukyu Islands, largest of
Efrt Dress Making. Call Cris Cris-oto
oto Cris-oto 3-32S6,
"Notice To Our Friends-Customers"
Everything In Repair Rebuild And Service Radios T.V.
And Household Appliances Your SATISFACTION Is
Our Livelihood. If Your Electrical Equipment
Does Not Work Bring It To 7-71 J-Street
v RAPID SERVICE QUALITY WORKMANSHIP.
LAM BR ETTA SCOOTERS
You're invited to examin and admire the new
LAM BRETT A Italian Motoscooters, 125 cc A
150 cc. We have special duty-free prices.
Central Ave. 26
WANTID English speaking
Mtasmen, part or full time sell selling.
ing. selling. Apply in writing stating full
qualifications and enclosing pho photograph,
tograph, photograph, P.O. Box 617 Panama.
WANTED Experienced hand
tc help take 30 ft. Auxiliary
cutter to Florida. Yacht "Here
Man," Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
3 -minute car wash $? steam
cleaning of motor $5. wlxiag of
cart $6, Auto-Bano, Trans-lsth-mian
Highway near Sean.
m THE BIST IN TV BJPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U St
TILIVISION All Jc.:0.
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Box U90, Panama, R.P.
Cutter ants, chinch bugs, gar
den insects exterminated at low
cost. Quick service, results guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. "SertJeie Pronto." Tel.
Panama 3-7977, Colon 1777.
Officials Act Fast
lb Avert Threats
Of Jewish Bombing
T NASHVILLE, Term., March f
wn-v-"y ana state oiticials act acted
ed acted swiftly today to avert further
threatened violence following the
bombing of a Jewish community
center here. The blast followed
by 18 hours the dynamiting of an another
other another Jewish building in vMiami,
C-uards were posted at a Jew Jewish
ish Jewish temple and another civic cen center
ter center here. FBI agents were as assigned
signed assigned to Federal District .Judge
William E. Miller who was
threatened with death, apparent apparently
ly apparently because of an integration" rul
tlrwr bVamlr ""II 1 rc
gff la tiiSil
State law, for information leadind
to me arrest ana conviction o
the persons who blew uo thi
Jewish Community Center hew
last night. Temple Beth El in
Miami was bombed earlier yes
terday. No one was injured in
The city of Nashville offered
$1,000 reward. Other rewards
were offered by citizens. Mayor
Ben West vowed that "no stone
will be left unturned to find the
perpetrators of this Outraee."
Clement said he was' "shocked
and swkened at the thought tha
anyone m Tennessee would com
nut the sacrilege of wantonly d d-stroying
stroying d-stroying a religious building."
Officials and citizens equal i
were aroused in Miami, wh'J
the Jewish hurlliner nut lrfW A.
its foundation by about a J
stick? of dynamite. Dama, i
the building was estimatt
wnich is Okinawa where the Unit
ed States maintains its strongest
Far fcast base.
American prestige was at stake J
in the election, the first national
balloting since the pro-American
forces suffered tht-ee successive
setbacks in municipal elections at
Naha, the Ryukyuan capital.
The pro-Corn niunist Minren is
led by Kamejiro Senaga, the Red
mayor who was ousted as head
of the Naha tjity regime by Amer
MORE THAN A SHOWER
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CalhV
(UP) There s no' doubt South
ern California has been havina
unusually heavy rains. Mrs, Aud
rey Zimmerman dropped her wal
let in the street. Before she could'l
pick it up, the wallet and $335
went swirling down a drain.
- 109 Calidonia
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"Exercise? Why, if I had this little car, just think of
the exerr" " et scrubbing and polishing K uft!"
IF a friend says something that
hurts your feelings, just remem
ber that the remark was probably
not meant the way you took it. If
you show that you've been hurt,
you'll strain a friendship.
And it may be for no good rea reason
son reason except that you are too quick
to take offense.
Lead Over Liberals
In Colombia Voting
BOGOTA, Colombia, March 18
(UP) The Conservative Party
took the lead last night in a see seesaw
saw seesaw battle with the Liberals in the
iirst free popular election in Co Co-'ombia
'ombia Co-'ombia in nine years. The out outcome
come outcome was academic since both
sides agreed in advance to split
the national and .provincial seats
Two persons1 were killed in e-lection-day
violence, but reports
indicated little trouble in moat a-
Earl returns gave the three
factions of the Conservative party
352,918 votes to 260,166 for the
Liberals. Some 4 million persons
we-e eligible to vote.
.'he -Liberals had Led earlier in
M the evening, but the Conservatives
surged ahead beiore the counting
office closed at 11 p.m.
(hittp'r life la fUted with bruise
Kofrklm would leave M home Hke new
1 A Classifieds (net the reh elite'
AOVlAS PANAMA AfiWAfS
MIAMI-SAN JUAN, P. R.
SAN JUAN, P.R. $
Today's IV Program
3:00 CFN NEWS
3:15 Dinah Shore
3:30 Report from Rutgers
4:30 Big fop
7:00 Blond le
1:30 Pat Boone
8:00 $64,000 Question
8:30 Burns and Allen
9:00 You Bet Life
9:30 Confidential File
10:00 Country America
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Eiicore: Kraft TV Theatre.
Courtesy of Aerovias Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA r 3-1057 3-1698 3-1699
Office Hours: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
THE 1958 "ADMIRALS FOR A DA." Carol fc'V fc'V-mond
mond fc'V-mond Scheideeg, have teir official commissions as Honor Honor-frTAdmSls
frTAdmSls Honor-frTAdmSls "for a Day signed bj the acting commandant
f thP Fifteenth Naval District, Capt. A. R. St. Anjeio. in
Adiirals'- accompanied by the Army,and Air Force "Gen "Gen-erX
erX "Gen-erX for a Day'' arrived at the 15th Naval District Head Head-ouartrs
ouartrs Head-ouartrs in a six-car motorcade with motorcycle escort. Also
"ih the "Admirals and Generals" during their call
?t Anoelo were their parents, and representatives of the
Caril Zone V F. W. (Official Navy Photograph)
rushchev Raps US Failure
I '':SA8 .. ; ..''.'
To Develop Young Scientists
MOSCOW, March 18 (UP) Communist Party chief Nikita
1 Khrushchev predicted today that American science is doom doom-ed
ed doom-ed forever to lag behind Russia becausof American failure to
develop young scientists. j,
Tha Communist Party secretary made the prediction in a
90-minute interview yesterday with three Americans who are
visitinr Russia to observe the Soviet elections.
Khrushchev told Prof. Cyril E. Black of Princeton Univer University
sity University Prof. Richard Scammon of the Government Affairs Insti Institute
tute Institute and Hedley Donovan, editor of Fortune magazine, that the
Soviet Union would remain ahead of the United States in
science because the young people in Russia have greater opr
portuQities for study.
The Americans diBclosed'Khrush
ohev's remarks at a press confer conference
ence conference attended by 60 American and
ftiey quoted Khrushchev as say say-ing
ing say-ing thai Americans "have lagged
$ because the American people
ate less talented than the Soviet
people but because here m the Sov
iet Union we have a greater choice
-f 'talented people."
Heir To Monaco
Gets New Title
?SONACO (UP ) Four-day-ol I
Prince Albert got a birth certi i
em ana a new uue ?"J
tas tnrone room ne wu. wmw
dav as ruler of Monaco.
. T.. J A
he orince. oorn rnaay io
See Rainier and his American
Princess Grace, was given
title "Marquis de Baux" at a
birth certificate signing.
tSux is a town in southern
ce where the Rainers have
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
! Balboa Cristobal
High ........ 5
: High 88
(max. mph) N-18
UN (inches) 0
(inner harbors' 78
I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19
Kpk)dM k a o-man's-land
PATHS OF GLORY
ftetetmi thrv MRld Artist
H Mlu VIJW WEDNESDAY U
i y 1
S vs. Alumni In
"Here vouns people have the
opportunity to develop their tal
ents. In America if young people
ao not nave tne opportunity to dev develop
elop develop their talent they wither a a-way."
way." a-way." The party secretary also com commented
mented commented on the present recession
in the United States.
He said that he wanted the So Soviet
viet Soviet younger generation "to learn
the shortcomings of your system
but not from Khrushchev who is
anti-capitalist out trom (George)
Meany who supports capitalism."
Uo aAAaA that h- AviWolarl in
v the American AFT..f!TO nres-
ident-s speech pub'jshed in the
Soviet press as an object lesson.
Jet Pilot Downed
By Korean Reds
RANMUNJOM (UP) Capt.
T ann Pfoif i a fit Vanneka Wio
the jet pilot who was shot down
by the Communists. 10 days ago
returned to freedom in this Kor-
rean border village today.
A Communist jeep brought
Pfeiffer to Panmunjom, but his
release was delayed for about an
hour while Al led and Red repre
sentatives haggled over the details
of the transfer.
"It's a wonderful feeling to be
back," was all the airman would
say. "I'm very tired."
Pfeiffer was taken at once to r
nearby Allied base for a medical
check-up and inte'ligence inter
Mrs. Pfeiffer. at home in Ken
oshift-jwas overjoyed by her hus-
bana s release.
"I'm so happy I hardly know
what to say," she told newsmen.
"I had the "eeling all last week
that he Would be freed, and he
Pfeiffer is dtte of two Americans
whose F-86 jets were fired uoon
by the" Reds when they strayed
wer Communist territory during
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LT. ( jg) M. J. NASH, gunnery officer of the Navy patrol Craft
USS Jasper, explains the uses of the ship's main battery, to
- "Admiral" Raympnd Scheidegg during his thrfee-nour cruise
aboard the Jasper yesterday afternoon. With Nash and "Ad "Ad-mirS1':nide'
mirS1':nide' "Ad-mirS1':nide' is Earl Hight, senior vice commander of
Post 3822, of Lhc Canal Zone Veterans of Foreign Wars.
. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph)
Bob's Quips Fall
Flat As Moscow's
Female Sack Look
MOSCOW, March 18 (UP)
Bob Hope attended a Moscow
fashion show today but his quips
fell as fiat as the sack look on
his Russian women audience
None of them could understand
a word he said and none even
knew who he was.
But that failed to deter the
comedian. He sat at the end jot
long runway in an audience
that included 200 stolid Moscow
women and watched eight of
Moscow's loveliest models go
through their paces with hew
A Soviet version of the sack
look brought the comment that it
looks "as if they just took the
ootatoes out of it." But he ad
mitted, after an hour's watching,
that "some of their sacks are
pretty good." He especially ad admired
mired admired what filled them.
The fashion show was a short
break for the comedian. He also
visited the Moscow documentary
film studio to arrange for filming
some Soviet theatrical attrac attractions.
tions. attractions. Ha wants to include them
in a TV show in the United
Statps main purpose of his yisrt
Tomorrow, he will show his
latest movie, "Paris Holiday" to
the U.S. Embassy staff. On
Thursday, an audience oft Russian
actors and arusis wm view u
Majority Of Dublin
Goes To The Dogs
On St. Paddy's Day
tmtrtik flip) Millions of
Irishmen around the world joined
yesterday in cejeorauons oi oi.
Patrick's Day and half of Dub-
Km aunt In the doES.
tw traditional holiday dawned
tin. ami rlear. and crowds turned
out for the parades and shows
which a'ways mark the day. The
best turnout of all attended the
dog show, which enjoyed one of
the two open bars in town.
The pnly other bar that was al allowed
lowed allowed to remain' open was at the,
railroad station, and to get a
drink there a man had to buy a
ticket for someplace outside the
country British Northern Ireland,
in most cases. .
Despite the lack of liquid re refreshment,
freshment, refreshment, Dublin was a gay city.
Public bui'dings and many stores
and oftice buildings were fes festooned
tooned festooned in the national colors.
After the dog show, tne most
popular event of the day was the
industrial parade, more than 150
brightly decorated floats repre representing
senting representing major Irish industries
rolled down O'Connell Street,
whi'e thousands of Dubliners and
visitors applauded and cheered.
Top officials of the city and the
country observed the holiday in
foreign parts. Lord Mayor James
Carroll and his predecessor, Rob Robert
ert Robert Briscoe, were in New York,
while Premier Eamon de Valera
and Foreign Minister Frank Aiken
were in London.
Hundreds of Irishmen in the
British Capital rioted Sunday
night outside St. Patrick's Church
in Soho Square, where De Valera
and Aiken were attending mass.
Th crowd was about evenly di divided
vided divided between supporters of De
Valera and hostile partisans of the
out'awed Irish Republican Army.
They fought each other and the
police with fists and bottles.
Atlantic Twilight Loop Tonight
Boys 6 Girls 0
Six babies, all boys, were born
at COCO Solo Hosnilal rinrino tha
week ending Wednesday at mid midnight,
night, midnight, according the retmlar tins.
f"' repon. uunng tne aame pe period
riod period 79 patients were admitted and
oo were aiseaarged.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of United States na nationality:
tionality: nationality: Maj. and Mrs. David
Parsons, of Fort Gulick and Mr.
and Mrs. James Collins, of Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Babies were born to the follow
ing parents of other nationalities:
Mr. and, Mrs. Osvaldo Arauz, of
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coo Cooper,
per, Cooper, of Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Tjit Tjit-ze
ze Tjit-ze Zuidema, of Cristobal; and
Mr and Mrs. Evaristo Sanguillen,
Retired CZ Worker,
Charles A. Blair,
Dies In Eno Clinic
, ,the Propagation of tne yum
Charles A. Blair, former Pan- Tne 70-year-old cardinal is the
ama Canal deputy collector lnfirst American prelate to oe hon hon-Cristobal,
Cristobal, hon-Cristobal, died yesterday after-1 ,red with a post on the Roman Ca Cartoon
rtoon Cartoon in the Eno Clinic in Co- tholic curia, which administers the
Ion. He was 79 years old. I affairs of the Catholic church
A native of Indianapolis, Ind.. 'throughout the world.
Mr. Blair came to the Canal I Stritch announepd his nlan a
one in 1906 and was employed
by the Isthmian Cana! Com Commission
mission Commission as a clerk and later as
when the Canal organization
was formed, he was employed turn to Chicago occasionally dur dur-as
as dur-as a paymaster and ater as jng vacations. He said his great great-deputy
deputy great-deputy collector in the Collect- est enjoyment in 18 years as
or s Office in Cristobal, a posi- Archbishop of Chicago has been
Hon he. held until his retire- when children call out to him, "Hi
roe in 1940. cardinal, how are you?"
Since that time, he has been Stritch was appointed to the Va Va-making
making Va-making his home in Colon. Fu- tican post recently by Pope Pius
neral services will be announced XIL He said he had "no idea who
l8ter- his successor might be.
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THE TWO BRONZE PLAQUES located in the wardroom of the
USS Jasper, are examined by the1 Carol Bruland ana Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Scheldegg during their three-hour cruise aboard the
Jasper. The plaques were awarded the Jasper for excellency
in nattle efficiency and gunnery.
(Official U.S. Navy Photograph)
Lookout Spotted Torpedo Heading
Towards Roosevelt's Battleship
NEW BRITAIN, Conn., Mafch
18 (UP) More details on the fir
ing o. a torpedo at a battleship
carrying President Franklin D.
Rooseve-t in 1943 were revealed
Angelo Zangari said he was the
first man to see the torpedo rush
ing toward the USS Iowa as it
plowed the Atlanticcn route to
the Tehran conference.
Zangari said he broke his 15 15-year
year 15-year silence on the near-tragedy
after he read of a report by the
survivors of the USS William D.
Porter that it was their destroy destroyer
er destroyer that had fired the armed torpe torpedo
do torpedo by mistake.
The secret was revealed at a
reunion of the Porter's crewmen
Saturday in Miami, Fla.
Zangari said he was posted as
a lookout at the midships section
For Vatican Soon
CHICAGO, March 18 (UP) Sam-
uel Cardinal Siritch, Roman Ca-
tholic archbishoo of Chicago, will
leave Chicago April 15 for the
Vatican and his new duties as;
iro-prefect of the Congregation for
press conference yesterday. The
cardinal said that When he leaves
he will tell his fellow Chicagoans
"God bless you, but not farewell."
Mntch indicated he hoped-to re
of the Iowa when he spotted the
torpedo about 4500 yards away.
"If one of the officers hadn't
yelled to the bridge that it wasn't
a dril'," said Zangari, "it would
have hit us sure as anything."
He said the torpedo missed the
Iowa by about 50 yards after the
era t made a quick 90 degree turn.
The missile was blown up by the
ship's guns, he said.
Zangari said the President was
carried to the ship's battle con conning
ning conning tower in his wheelchair, but,
ne aaaed, "i aon t believe
President ever knew exactly
Last Two Nights
01 Bible Talks
Al Baptist Church
Rev. R. I. Humberd a Bible
techer from Flora, Ind., will
sok at the First (Baptist Church
of Balboa Heights tonight tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night hi his last two appear appearances
ances appearances in Panama.
,,At 7:30 tonight his subject will
be "The Coming of the Lord
Draweth Nigh", v .study of Eze Eze-kiel
kiel Eze-kiel 37 and the parable of the
Tomorrow night service will
; start at 7 and the subject will be
'The Day of Redemption" found
in chapters three, four and live
of Revelations. Each message will
be illustrated with charts as has
been true inf. the entire series
The public is invited. Nurseries
will be provided.
Solon Feels Public
Should Know How
Much Autos Cost
WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP)
Sen. -A. S. Mike Monroney (D (D-Okla.)
Okla.) (D-Okla.) said-today the government
should arm prospective auto buy buyers
ers buyers with an important but hard
to discover fact: "How much
does the darn thing cost?"
Monroney said it's no, problem
at all to find out about "hydro "hydro-m.atics,
m.atics, "hydro-m.atics, mercomatlcs, fyna.low,
torsion bar suspension, seat lifts
with a memory and even dual
and triple fuel injection."
Salesmen swarm all over you
with such facts.
"But the one simple fact you
really want to know how much
does the darn thing cost? you
can't find out at all, the senator
said in a statement.
Therefore, Monroney said, he is
offering an auto labelling bill. It
would require new car dealers to
mark cars with data on the man manufacturer's
ufacturer's manufacturer's list price, method of
shipment and freight charges.
"It would not remove the op opportunity
portunity opportunity for retailer and i pur
chaser to engage in that great
American sport of bargaining
over, prices of both the new car
and the trade-in," he said.
"But it would arm the presently
bewildered car buyer with some
necessary facts and would do
away with the advantage held
now by a few unscrupulous deal dealers."
ers." dealers." He said.' a dealer who is hon honest,
est, honest, about the list price cannot
compete with one who adds a
price "pack" of several hundred
dollars and then pretends to give
a bonanza on a trade-in.
His labelling proposal would re require
quire require name, make, model, serial
number, freight charge, final as assembly
sembly assembly point, method of shipment
and dealer to whom shipped., as
well as the factory's suggested
LT. (ig) R. R. ROBERTSON, JR., CommandiBg Officer of ttr
jasper instructs "Admirals for a Day" Carol Bruland and
Raymond Scheldegg In the use of the ship's helm
(Official UJS. Navy Photograph)
Gl Eggheads Try
Rebels Say Lab Work Is Mighty
WASHINGTON (UP)-Sixty GI
eggheads have attempted a boy boycott
cott boycott of their mess hall at nearby
Ft. Bel voir, Va.
So far, the sixty "mutineers"
fledgling research scientists,
mathematicians and engineers
have gotten nowhere in their ef
fort to beat the Army system.
They re still being marched to
the mess hall eat or not. But the
post commander says he'll inves
tigate further a he gets a formal
The sixty rebels are all drafted
privates ifi Company R of the
Engineer Center Regiment, Work
ing in research laboratories. Some
of them have master's degrees.
They claim the lab work is dull
and unchallenging and the non non-coms
coms non-coms who run the regiment have
it in for them.
They told newsmeh their dis discontent
content discontent came to a head recehtlv
when a first' sergeant ordered
them to "shape up" outside the
mess hall one morning. They
complained he went so far as to
measure with a ruler tb ee if
their lapel brass was attached
according to regulations.
In retaliation, the young special
ists began refusing to eat after
they got to the mess hall. The
Bidders On Fence
Wright Brothers of Colon en entered
tered entered the apparent low bid of
$4,844 for constructing a four four-foot
foot four-foot fence alnnir th bank' of
the canal at the1 townsite ft
Paraiso. The bids were opened
yesterday afternoon at Balboa
Other bids ranging from $5, $5,-280
280 $5,-280 to $7,174 were offered by
Rogelio Diaz and Roberto
Guardla, S.A., E. O. Hauke and
Dillon and Hickman.
The new fence will extend
for 1500 feet along the bank of
the canal from the pump sta station
tion station to an area near house No
118. It will be a chain link
fence with one gate.
The installation of a fence
in that area as a safety ea ea-tur
tur ea-tur was discussed bv 30'vernor
Potter with representatives of
the Latin American Civic Coun Councils
cils Councils during a meeting held in
Just Family Men
LONDON (UP) r- "Is that you,
Mark?" called Mrs. Winifred Day,
thinking she heard her husband's
footsteps outside her bedroom
"No, we're bUgars,! reRbed a
The prowlers locked Mrs. Day
in her bedroom whMe they 'fan 'fan-sacked,
sacked, 'fan-sacked, the house and stole more
than $2,800 worth of jewels.
"You don't have to worry,"
they reassured her. "We're fam family
ily family men ourselves,"
BLAST SHAKES BUILDING
DES MOINES, Iowa (UP)- An
explosion Warned on escaping gas
ripped the basement of Des
Moines' largest offiee building
Sunday. Damage to the Equitable
Budding was estimated as high as
TODAY Af 9 P.M.
Mess Hall Boycott-
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10 can on tne breakfast forma-
mess sergeant's weekly fond ra
The rations for the current
week nr. hoaorf
men whn aknuiAH mm fA
miuiuiug 10 one 01 me re Del
spoksmen, the lieutenant com-
iiiauuig me company called
mem togetner, and said:
. "This is mutiny and the pun-
ounicui ur iiiuuny is aeaw.
mnrlA iham -ll . t ,
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snowea up te be counted, the
mess sergeant wnulH sat f.,n
The mess hall Wont. no.
mutely miiKen nnwn sine mn
"i me men nave run nut f .,
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gistrates commission yesterday
explain where he gets monev
live far above his annnrpnt man
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per will drow the line 1$ when
snes otwing up what she spent