The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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1 FIRST VICR rKESIUBHl ie ie-mittecles
mittecles ie-mittecles Diaz, who belted tht
National Patriotic Coalition
iCPN) lost year, will temporar temporar-ily
ily temporar-ily tako ovtr th presidency of
the republic if President Ernes Ernes-to
to Ernes-to da la Guardia Jr. accosts an
invitation to visit Argentina, tho
tabloid daily La HOra speculat-
According to the paper there
is a strong possibility that Presi President
dent President de la Guardia will accept
the invitation to attend the inau inauguration
guration inauguration of Argentine President-elect
Arturo Brondizi, although the
leaders of the CPN are divided
in their opinions as to Whether he
should go.

inoa wno aro opposed to
tho visit argue that during tho
proposed ton day absonco of
President do la Guardia, Diax
may tako it upon himself to
rriak, substantial changes in tho
govornmont, especially among
cabinet members.
Other sources were reported as
saying today that President de la
Guardia is not worried about tak taking
ing taking leave irom his office despite
last year's split with Diaz."
, .According to these same sources
the visit may serve to heal the
diiferences between President de
ia-Guardia and his First Vice
.President and probably bring a a-beut
beut a-beut Diai' return tn the. naUv

Still another source was said
to. be of the ooinion that ii Diaz
took over, tho misters who
would be forced to leave office
Jjjstice) and- Victor Juliao (Educa (Education)
tion) (Education) unless they were members
of the President's party to Buenos
Aires.- i

Fired Commissary Workers
Visit Union Headquarters

Some of the 19 Commissary employee fired yester yesterday
day yesterday as an outcome of the $17,011 "excess" commissary
shortage visited Local 900 headquarters today.
It is understood several of them were not union
Union officials told them that the union was unable
to do anything about appealing the dismissals, whether
of members or ion-members, unless the workers gave
them all particulars.
No action was taken today.
Meanwhile it was learned that no criminal actions
have yet been initiated against any of those who have
been fired. This does not necessarily mean no such ac action
tion action will be taken in the future.


Sun Towed


While the 19 employes fired
and the five downgraded are all
local raters, it Is understood
that some US raters in super supervisory
visory supervisory capacities are among
those commissary employes plac placed
ed placed on probation following the
Investigations into the shortage.
The 19 employes fired were
all dismissed with objections to

The same tabloid reported that
several cases of malaria have
been reported irqm suburban a a-reas
reas a-reas of Panama City.
Of 25 cases attended yesterday
at the Rio Abajo Health Unity,
ae-were malaria cases. La Hora

saia, aaauis mat at 'east n

5 cas- to be

es have been resorted from an of th

area irf"San f rm n r i r r n dam li-Mtirttrrrn

tea sab -rrlrzr kt h

iAt tho same time, Public
Health Chief Dr. Alberto Bis.
sMt Jr. sent a note to Mayor
At Cajar Escala suggesting to
o city govornmont lhat tho
pm of $10,000 could solve the
problem brought about by tho
existence of large number of
'fculex" mosquitoes in and a-

fund Panama City.

letter said the Pnh'ie

ftaith Council would like the Mu

nicipal Council to author-ze t ie
sifin .or the purchasei of. equp equp-mnt
mnt equp-mnt and supplies and the em-

PUBCHicnt of additional persrvinel
toeradicate this year's swarm of


Work On W n
Over Canal 5tarfs
With Hole Teillir

Apnrovim"telv 70 erMor'torv
fosf ho11' ''a "4s hcn MU1 to
depths rap"in" from ?9 to P0 feet
in the La Boca. Gavilan and Wst
Bank Areas as a phase of the
work now being done in connec connection
tion connection with the construction of the
hi"h level ridee across the Canal.
The which has been in
progress for the nast several
weeks, was necessary to deter determine
mine determine the tvne and deoth of the

lH rock nreseht in those areas

where the hrHe approaches are

locate". The tvpe ana aew-n

hrt rocK. win in iurn, w-

it the most ncoBomieal type

ride anornarh and span.

The renort of the types of bor

inmm marie hv the Canal engineers

has been forwarded to the firm of

Kvp.rdrun and, Parcel. Inc.. of ht

Louis, contract designers tor tne

bridge. Recnmmepftiens for the

alignment of the bridge approach

es wui ne presented ai a iarer
date by this firm.

TJie new bridge, wnicn win oe

one of tne manesi m tne worm,

Will have a 201-foot clearance tor
ship traffic. Because of the height
and location, long approaches will
be required.

2 New Burglaries
In Gavilan Area
Rouse CZ Sleepers

Dogs barked wildly along Santa
Claus Lane in the Gavilan Area
about 4 a.m. today. Several peo

ple rose trom their beds, peered
out, and seeing nothing went back

tor another snooze.

Meanwhile, Canal Zone police policeman
man policeman Jamea Mar chuck on regular

patrol along Balboa Road observed
Jose Antonio Villanueve, a 19-year
old Panamanian; heading for the

Limits with a bundle under his

The young man was found to
have a pressing iron and other

small objects.
Immediate investigation reveal revealed
ed revealed they had come from the base basement
ment basement storage closet of G.S. Bow-

en of Santa Claus Lane.

After daylight another burglary

in Gavilan area was reported.
Tn Ralhna Magistrate's Court

later, Villamwva was charged with
entering the storeroom of the

Bowen quarters witn tne intention

oi commuting



trr has boon ordered by Gov Gov-Alberto
Alberto Gov-Alberto Aleman to take imme imme-dfato
dfato imme-dfato stops to avert a possible
war between the Kuna Indians

? Agua Clara and the Chocos
e.: Sambu.
The .mayor was also ordered to
name a committer to investigate
the Kuna charge that the Chocos
of invading their territory, destroy
JPg property and stealing their
.They threatehed to repel the
repeated invasions with arms.
Second Burglar
Of Ancon Home
In Police Hands
A second defendant charged tn

me Durgiasry of the home pfG. C.
Leckridge of Ancon was in cus cus-m
m cus-m y of Canal Zone police today.
Bodolfo Enriquez Ladeos, alias
mte Ladeos 20, Panamanian,
who ran hup Panama while po polio
lio polio were chasin? him, was tiirn tiirn-jfepver
jfepver tiirn-jfepver to the Zone by the Pana Panama
ma Panama National Htiarrl

tBis companion, Pedro Saave

27, also known as Santiago Ji

hoc, was picitea up earner.

CZ Policemen Ms
Wonlrf-Be Burglar
A Canal Zone police roundsman
who spotted a broken lock on the
Boy Scout building in Rainbow Ci City
ty City Monday night caught his man
before the would-be burglar had

time to operate.
, Discovering the lock of the
main door broken, policeman J.
L. Collins notified the station and
took up his position at the back
of the building.
Presently he heard footsteps in inside.
side. inside. In a few minutes, Gurllermo
Mojica, 26, a Panamanian resident
of Colon, crashed through s
screened window in an attempt to
Later Mojica told police he had
broken into the building with he
intentioi of stealing what he
could find, but had hot had time
to take anything.

In Cristobal Magistrate's Court

he was bound for trial in U. S.
District Court.
. Bail set at $300 was not posted.

Railroad Performs
Mission Of Mercy
For Frljoles Woman

About $100 worth of

stolen from the Lockridge home

was recovered.
kSavedra is awaiting trial in U
Sv District Court. r

1 -r- r

An iinnciial tvrw of sppvipp npr

: farmed by the Panama Railroad

has been reported by railroad of

Upon a report by Gatun Police
that a resident of a land lease a a-bout
bout a-bout one file south of frijoles
WPS in need of immediate hospi hospitalization,
talization, hospitalization, the Panama Railroad
arranged for the northbound train
to make an unscheduled stop near
the woman's residence and brine

her to Balboa and by ambulance

to Gorsas Hospital.

It was necessary to provide a

stretcher and send members of
the train crew to the nouse to
bring her to the train. The mis mission
sion mission of mercv delayed arrival of
afternoon train about ten minutes.
The woman who was stricken

jn a special information bulle-, ill was Mrs. E'kabeth Tales, a
tin, the Governor called attention! 76-year n'd resident of the lnd
to the importance o a sormdi'ea." .'rP anoea.1 for helrr Waa

Sdtrer Invites CZ

People To Support
11 AI

rary Ubservance

jJHesidents 'of the Canal Zone

Hae been invited by Gov.-W. E
Potter to lend effective1 SMpPOfl
this week to the observance of Na National
tional National Library Week.

The ease


was af connected wot w sec second
ond second of last night's burglaries. Po Police
lice Police are continuing its investiga-
Te defendant has a record of
one conviction for pettit thievery
in the Canal Zone.
Safely Precautions
Of H-Bomb Toting
Argued In Commons
LONDON, March 19 (UP)-The
Unked States has informed Brit Britain
ain Britain of new1 safety precaattona to
he taken when H-bombs ate car

ried in the air. Prime Minister

Harold Macmilian said today.
He to'd the House of .Commons
the new instructions resulted from

the accidental dropping oi an
atomic bomb near Florence, S.C-1

March 11.
Faclne a barrage of questions

from Opposition laborites, Mac-

miiian saia uie nvreuw, uinuu

nroved it was sale to carry nu

clear weapons on routine military
flights. He argued that it backed
un his statement 'last 'aft that a

r ... ,j i. -li..

nuclear explosion wouia ne nigniy

unlikely even ii One o the planes

should crash.

The cause of the Florence ac

cident, in which six persons were

niiired bv the exmosion ot isie

TNT detonating charge of an A

bomb drooped from a U.S. Air

Force B47 was "qukk y known,

Macmilian said.
Left wing Laborite Aneurin Bev Bev-an
an Bev-an pressed the Prime Minister to
explain whether the bombs could
be "primed" in flight to make
them lethal. The bomb dropped
in the F,k)rence accident was not
Macmilian did not give a direct

answer but said nuclear bombs

Were "never loaded or armed "by1

the apparatus m the air."
Labor Party Leader Hugh Galt-

ske'l also demanded assurance
the bombs could not be primed
during training flights from Brit

ish bases. It so, ne asked, wny
carrv the tombs at all.

Macmilian replied: "Dummy
bombs are used as much as
possible ... but we must train
our air and around crews to han

dle real but unarmed weapons
. i .1 . i . -Jr:

. .SO iney can uo meir job evi evidently
dently evidently and have confidence in the
whole system."

1 iS

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Hatcher Fired
From CZ Police
Canal Zorie authorities confirm confirmed
ed confirmed today that Sgt. James L.
Hatcher has been dismissed from
employment with the Canal Zone
Hatcher was a longtime presi

dent of the Canal Zone Ponce As

sociation. He was also active in

forming the sew police union.
It is understood that the asso association
ciation association is taking up an appeal of

the case.

Zone officials termed the matter
"a personnel action:"
RP Ratifies Three

American Treaties
Adopted AI Caracas
Panama ratified three inter-American
treaties today that were a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted at the 10th inter-Ameri

can conierence ai Caracas m mm.
The treaties ratified are:
1. Treaty on territorial asylum.
2. Treaty on diplomatic asvlum.
3. Treaty to develop cultural
relations among the American
In a ceremony at the Pan Am American
erican American Union, Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Ricardo Arias said his
government was honored to rati ratify
fy ratify thes treaties that are further
steps towards closer relations a a-mone
mone a-mone the family of American nations;

Jose A. Mora, secretary-general
of the Organization of Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can States, congratulated Arias

Firemen Stand By
Injured Crewman
Dies In Gorgas

The crippled cruise liner Arosa Sun arrived at Cris Cris-r5bol
r5bol Cris-r5bol in tow of the Panama Canal tug Taboga this morning-
About two hours bffore the ship arrived, German
seaman Ernst Winselman, 28; who .had been injured in
the Arosa Sun engine room blast, died in Gorgas Hospital.
Aboard the Aiosa Sun was the body of another crew-

man who hod been killed by the explosion.
This Arosa Sun's 214 passengers are to be flown from
Tocumen to Miami tonight. Two specially-chartered PAA
DC-6Bs are already here.
The Panama Canal fire department men and equip equipment
ment equipment was standing by at the dock as the Arosa Sshmh Sshmh-rived.
rived. Sshmh-rived. Two Canal chemists checked the ship for any po$.
sibility of further explosions.

The Taboga is estimated to
have taken about 37 hours to
bring the Arosa Sun m from the
scene of the blast, about 40 miles

off Cartagena, Colombia.

Off With Bilt

:e, On With Kike

Anybody want to buy an educat educated
ed educated bicycle?
There's a well-traveled R a lei eh

sports model looking for a home
l 1 11 L., i. :

irere, ana a sugniiy leg weaiv own owner
er owner who rode it to Panama from
A personable young Englishman
who emigrated to Canada, Richard
Dugdale actually, began his safari
ih Kitimat, British Colombia, when
he left by boat fee Vancouver.
There, for S150, he bought his
bike, specialty aoipppid with
four vaars and a fany lighting
unit, and took off Nev. 1 of last

He had a companion as far as
Mexico, but the grind proved too

arduous tor nrs pal wno returned
to Canada.
Dugdale pedaled through Seat

tle, Wash., Portland, Ore., San

Francisco. Los Angeles and San

Diego. Cal.. Gila Bend and Tuc

son. Ariz. On the first leg of his

journey. It was. in San Francisco
that he had his one and only acci accident
dent accident The wheels of his bike caught
in the tracks Of a cable car and
a eood sound tumble was the re

sult. Dugdale says he has a nice

man of the. Bay area on his

well, ms thigh.
In Mexico he plodded through

Nogales, Hermaslllo, Mazatlan,

Guadalajara, Mexico uty, i-uema,

Oaxaca and Arriaga. In Guatema Guatemala
la Guatemala he got acquainted with Tapa-

chula. Retaluben. Esquinta and

Guatemala City.

Santa Ana and San Salvador in

El Salvador bear the print of his

wheel? as do Tegucigalpa and a

caonie in Honduras and Managua,


Althoagh later he was to have
no trouble with the Panama Na

tional Guard's frontier custodians,

he did have a brush witn some
za's boys in Nicaragua.
There, white snapping a pie pie-tura
tura pie-tura of tb presidential palaca,
he was unceremoniously usher ushered
ed ushered l i o the paddy wagon and
taken !o Guard headquarters.

Threatened' with confiscation m

The Ta bog
jobs $100 an

i's price

en such


ma has again shown Us devotion
to interamericanism by its action
today. Mariano Oteisa, alternate
Panama delegate to the OAS, ac accompanied
companied accompanied Arias during the sign signing
ing signing ceremony.

Inundation in the skill of reading made to Gatui Police bv her h"
and to the j"i! i-M prk'e ffc-iiihnrl. i,w Talis, who tnde tl

in the Ca-W 7 1"

ai Zone library units.

aftprnc"! trpin from Frijoles

aaeke the request.


Plane Crash
Victims Still
Seriously III

The condition of Charles Schmidt

is termed "good" today by Gor
gas Hospital authorities. His com

panion. Richard Gau, is described

as "fair."

Both young nun are still on the
seriously ill list as a result of

thif.-l degree bums suffered i

to i week ago Sunday m a Santa Cla
' ra plane crash.

the long trek on wheels?

Thre was bitter cold in the
northern U.S. it the beginning aim
food bought from supermarkets.
There was stifling heat in Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala and grub gulped in any
handy bistro.
Some days Dugdale traveled as
much as 170 miles, on Mexico's
fine roads, for example. Others,
notably through the precipitous
hills of Costa Rica, as little as ten.
In addition to cold and heat,
there was fog and rain.
Perhaps most painful of all
there v.we hundreds of punctur punctures
es punctures all. of which were repaired
by Dugdale himse'i, squatting a a-longside
longside a-longside the roads that caused
. nMNKwHEp1-'

Next n-the agenda for Richard

is the ol his bicycle.
He plans to pedal to the Pana

i ma American office each dav a

bout noon to display his wares to

prospective purchasers.
Then hel hit the road again.

With the proceeds from the sale

ol ms Jtnieigh, he hopes to buy a
ruckftOTnaybe take a bus to

unepo ajM men start nooimg it
throughftlie Darien country, along

the coast to Colombia.

In the farther future is the hope

to hitchrlake his way to te south
coast of 6uth America, pay a vi visit
sit visit to the West Indies and even eventually
tually eventually rejurn to England.
But the bike must go. There are
shoes to J)uy and some provisions
to acquire. Why not drop by and
have a look at -it?
Gorgas All Ready
To Treat Diver
Suffering Bends

from Venezuela.

An ambulance and a doctor

waited at Tocumen Airport yes

terday for Gabriel Daboln, who is

believed to be an employe of the

hell Ofl. Company. However, the

Goreas Hospital has been set

for the last two days to give all

his film and other dire oossibili-i possible aid to a diver who has

ties, Dugdale talkied his way out f the bends and Is being flown in

of his difficulties and under me
watchful eye of guides was able
to return to bis picture taking:
Slogging along through Uberia,
San .-Jose; Cartago, San Isidro de
General and Golfito in Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Dugdale htt the Panama bord border
er border at Puerto Gonzales on fitting fittingly
ly fittingly enough St. Patricks Day.
Gonsales frontiersmen refused
to allow Mm to continue on un until
til until he checked his way through
Puerto Armuelles; tMn his jour journey
ney journey drew to a close through Con Conception
ception Conception and David, te Panama

City, where he lies holed m at a

modest pension on C ille v.
And what of the highlights

Peeper Inured
As Two-Ton Truck
Plunges Into Ditch
One man wao injured yesterday
while ridlmz as a passenger in a

two-ton truclf proceeding from Co Colon
lon Colon along Army Road S-l. When
the vehicle was some nine miles

from Gatun. the left front tire

blew out.

Driver Gilberto Polonia tried to

control the truck but it zig-zag-

ged for some distance before go
ing into a three foot drainage
Meanwhile, passenger Ruben Da Da-rio
rio Da-rio GaribaWo, 30, Panamanian,
had attemDted to jump from the

truck and was straddling a rail
nf thfl truck's body just as it

lurched upward while going intc
the ditch.
Dario Garibaldo suffered a se-

Mnw in the crotch and a

hrnlron nplvif hnnft.

Driver Polonia took the injured

tn Caen So o nospiiai. ne

was later brought to Gorgas

where an operation was perform
His condition is reported good
CairC Paintings

Now On Display
At Jewish Center

of paintings depicting

ies of the Caribbean

d are, now on aispiay

allery of the jewisn

ir in Hainoa.

es done by six artist

the American Socie-

rators were fainted m

1956 during a trip to the Isthmus

and South America.
The group consists of lfr paint paintings
ings paintings done by such well known ar artists
tists artists as John Pike, Allen Saalburg,
Walter Richards, John Moodie,
Hardie Gramatky and Homer Hill.

.Oak -iaa i. ... A 1

mkMWmm beard today.' Ttsu

:lMK'sW-fMfan sightseeing In
the afternoon and were te have

dinner at II Panama Hilton
before taking off tfer Miami a a-bout
bout a-bout 11 p.m.

The cruise, which left Port E-

verBlades. Fla.. March 6, was due

to return there March 22.

No passengers were hurt in the

engine room explosion, but it is
reported there is at least one in injured
jured injured survivor among the crewmen.
Winselman was brought here
by the New Zealand-bound Shaw
Savlll Jiner Southern Cross Men-

Tftft fVaiff ttwfam


day after a mid ocean
,r,m Ar"a Sun.
The Arosa Sun fiels the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian flag, and is owned by a
company with headquarters in
Bremerhaven, Germany.

A gn

the ac

Air Coi

in the


The pi


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I lust

Blood Pressure
Victim's Sedan
Hits Parked Car

A Passenger car bound for the

fprrv yesterday was badly dam

aged when its anver suiiereo an
attack of high blood pressure while
nrnceeHin? alon? La Boca road.

Thp vehicle ran into a narked car

which also was severely damag


Manuel Olivares, 56, a resident

of Panama City, was-driving a
Chevrolet sedatf when he suffered
the attack. The car swung dia diagonally
gonally diagonally left across the road and
smashed into a parked car re re-eiatered
eiatered re-eiatered in the name of Willis

Woolems, an American who lives

in Balboa.
Olivares Was, first treated for

hieh blood pressure and shock at

oreas. Later he was transferred

to Panama Hospital.


During February
There "were 700 commercial o-cean-going
vessels using the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal during February, ac according
cording according to the official, transit fig figures
ures figures released at Balboa Heights
this week.

While this number was 44 less
than the total transiting Hiirins

the month of January, it repre

sentee a aaiiy average of 25 com commercial
mercial commercial ships or an increase ov over
er over the daily average of the previ previous
ous previous month.
Tolls collected during February
totaled $3,161,216, of which $55,360
were credited from Government Government-owned
owned Government-owned ships. Cargo carried thru
the Canal aggregated 3.458,509 long
tons as comnared with 4,016,433
tons during February J.957.
Shios using the Canal during
the eight months of the fiscal year
carried 32,714,759 tons of cajrgo,
an increase of 730,000 tons ever
the caro brought through the
Canal during the corresnoindin?

period last year. There were 6,378
transits ny ocean-going commer commercial
cial commercial and government-owned ships
from ugust 1957 through Februa February
ry February 1958.

New Type Trap



patient did not arrive

At latest reports, ne was

early this afternoon.

The uoreas doctor detailed

. T .

meet iiaooin at pianesiae wm ae ae-cide
cide ae-cide after examining him whether

the sanbnlance will bring him to

Gorgas or to the Canal's decom-

hamber at Mt. Hope.
Diver William Badders

it wt is f"yr

SAN JOE, Calif., March 18
mpi A liaht Plane was "shot"

by a golfer during a landing at
Hillview Airport, the pilot report report-ed
ed report-ed tod Ay
Air Force Lt. Robert A. De' De'-nronzn
nronzn De'-nronzn sairi he was flving at 150

Ifeet over Hillview Golf Course in

to a landing approach yesteraay,

when ne nearo a Dang in me
plane. Upon landing he found two

golf ban size noies m we zuseiage
behind the rear seat,
fan Ha'stead. who was practic-

a : J la.

x on ine course, sam u Jrvas

Ppfction Cases
Aired In Court
Two cases of violation of nroba

tion were aired yesterday in the

Cristobal 'Division of U.S. District
Court. One man had his probation
revoked; the other gained a con continuance
tinuance continuance of his probationary Sta Status.
tus. Status. Juan Esfanislan Salazar, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, who had been convicted

of wand larceny, was taken off

probation and sent to Gamboa
pen to serve his one-year term.

The probation of Jose isanet

Matns. a conwicted huraar. was

continued on its original terms

Standing by at Mt; Hope., jably one of his shots that hit

Medio take the strickenlthe plane. He, said he used a

-4 wood.


American Bov
Cauqht Stealing

In Balboa Commy
Canal Zone police confirmed to

day that an American boy had

been caught trying to leave Bal Balboa
boa Balboa commissary with a pair of
bathing trunks for which he had
not paid.
As the bov was a iuvenile with

no previous record, police exer

cised their prerogative of hand handling
ling handling the matter as a "juvemis-case-.'

No charges were filed, but the
boy's parents were brought in for
The attempted theft was spot
ted by a commissary employe.

Pcroiso Bov
Found In Colon
Clarence Haywood, the 10-year-old
son of Christopher Haywood of
Paraiso, has been found in Colon,
Canal Zone police records reveal revealed
ed revealed today.
, Parents asked police aid in look looking
ing looking for him on Monday. He had
not been seen since the evening
before, when he had been at Pe
dro Miguel railroad station.


TAIPEI. Formosa (UP) The

United States has combined its
two major military organizations
on Formosa into a single com-

mandi The shake-up merges the
U.S.-Tarwan (Formosa) Defense

Command and the Military As

sistance Advisory Group (MAAG),

with Vice-''- ustin K. Doyle

tn top command. -4

10 Proof
BRISTOL, England (UPV-Cide

used to be the curse of Mrs. Irhl

Jenkins, out the cure was what

landed her in court today.

A doctor had prescribed a tome

to help her break the alcohol hab

it. She was charged with stealing

20 prescription forms and forging
a doctor's signature to get more
of the stimulating tonic.
"It bucks me up no end," she
told the magistrate.


It Gets Curiouser and Curiouser"
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3? .Uma ViUcnd the static

Why the poor tekPj0?' T5!JiS? J?h henreceive a

I am a resiaem M
t r ... jiu w .it t .an hear on the une

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fioesn t come irom




fourlparty conversation llneg we

ST'w. SS aSi to&rwhy,cto'tomhing h. aone

Statio Hearer

tect the sy stem i


front page swy. Mints: "Decorating

;tnere were two ff homm''. So well worth

Guam luiu



A. Zonian


, wonder &ZS

also are Being BW'TT"7.Tti fii station. It is

55i mad mnch TesT&I poor, under-fed

lien W ariTo w

idents of Paralso. r fh. nni. -it day. To

fit a tfd

endure au tia-rate town this raw

am sure V nn ill night as It does now. wny
not be permitted to go on ail roam to sleep
mmJlSSih wo to

re i am 5 v"r 7 nPk than human nerves can aiu.
to endure it all night U more man whw racket

I am sure that If Paraiso w now. Why

Id not 0
. 1 j

- v ii-i. to rome numc ... -.

uw uutov. v ir Vnnw wOrlC nas TO uo uuiic

K7not work till say JO p..

can ge sw

Wove the Canal, but not

quit, so we ana our

i.'SzS.hi r.wtiit we -wlllWHt to go to ww. u.

tapieu w r-'
nWrBinH' Paralso BwWent



would like

. i iuV MmU Toy T

lUlorringJo- previous WJ t 12:30, giving

me Btuuwiw w Vide around in cars ana, m Boutw.


.Trnfortable do not believe the sltuatn s

rable or out schools would not tou wi a bu
ffiaSl.IV thesehool heads

urth.M' 1 .rrLternort of fterand conference room
If alr-conditloning Governors "hicc u v
i seldom accomodates morran half the 'tudenum

oom. and tnat i? ?lfY"then surely there U

ove thfi. comm,

icatlon p tarconaMvu w


- A Junior High Mother


Some people always complain about the noise the planes are
n.ivuv. ttltfh Rr.hool. if Russia were to attack today.

nf.nv wniiiri comDlain about the noise? Every Balboan

would be more than glad for the Thunderblrds to be on his side

They would even say tney never compwinea. m
t if fh nunnift who were at Pearl Harbor would com

.ut. .i,,t tvio nnio if t.hev were here and alive today. There

were more good Americans killed at Pearl Harbor In the defense
of their country than will ever see Balboa, if the viewpoints ex

pressed In Friday's paper are inose 01 wuwa-"'"""v..
mils letter isn't for the purpose o arguing with the people
of Balboa but for the sole purpose of letting them see themselves
as the people who have the right to call themselves Americans
suppose the Balboa people will try to delete the Navy next
because they are making the beaches muddy and are scaring the
fish so the weekend fishing trip is not as good a sport as the
Balboans would like It to be. ,
's about time they realised, armed forces are in 1 Pana Panama
ma Panama for the good of America. We are here not to please Balboans
but to defend the standards of living and the right to worship
God which we Americans cherish, and which Balboans do not
emt0' Remember Pearl Harbor

There was a time when nation national
al national la Dor leaders, on their way to
see the President of uie.lj.
walkea onu, me Waite House
grounds or uuuerj in. i'hose wue
me us .when you couiu sit wim
uie uiuuu caims and toe fresiuem
and heai- tnem reter with caina-

rauerie 10 Mr. KooMtveit or ait.

iruman as tneir "nest ousiness a a-gent."
gent." a-gent." inursday morriing, the AFL AFL-CIO's
CIO's AFL-CIO's mgu' command arivieu ai
the White House m cnauueured U U-luuusxnei).
luuusxnei). U-luuusxnei). ims was a lormai ar arrival
rival arrival ior a tormai couiereuce with
a President they knew iney wotua
v uucuuxg suarpiy withm a lew
nours aner ibey leii tne pre-noun
Inside the President's office the

air needed no conditioning it was

cool tnough ofiidaaiy "cordial."
For a hail-hour Mr. Eisennowcr
listened most oi tne time and
mostly at a disadvantage, ior ne
was listening to the experts in
uieir neiu. ihe eight lauor cniets
displayed what they felt tneir
respect tor Mr. Kisefinower and
then friendship for Lauor secreta

ry James Mitchell, taut they also.

evinced the determjhauon to "lay
it on the line" with figures to bol bolster
ster bolster their contention that there

are really 6,000,000 jobless A

great many of them union mem


Labor's high command was load

ed for bear and UepubDicans.
No political issues were directly

raised. But as the lauor men

spoke, it seemed to some present

tnat the president had the ieeling
he personally was being held re responsible
sponsible responsible for what had happened.
Aides who had briefed him earli earlier
er earlier reportedly had told him that

official AFL-CIO literature was re

ferring to the wave of unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment as the "Eisenhower recession."

George Mtany was correctly
eondial at the matting. The lat latter
ter latter with the fivi-peJnt labor

program which Meany left with
Mir. Elsenhower had been dic-

ratM personally by th afl-cio
president. The Economic and
Research Departmaht in t h m
house of labor, directly icross
the square fnms the White
House, had keen working lata
into the nights gathering up a
mass of impressive statistics.
' Meany believes there are really

8-,500,000 workers no longer earn

ing a living. He reckons this on

the basis of some 3,000,000 work

ing only part time. If you add up

their lost time ana divide n oy 1

five-day week, you would add an

other 1,300,000 to the number of

persoositotiUy unemployed over

ano aoove tne announc

ed by the government, says the

AFL-CIO leader.

Furthermore, the labor leaders

said that the jobless figure was
going up, not down. Meany noted

that 24 nor cent of the nation s in

dustrial machinery is idle. The

Steel Workers' chiei, David Mc

Donald,, had his points to make,

too. And so did Walter Keuther

To understand their positions,
these figures must be known. The

government's count of over 5,000,-

000 jobless was made on r en. 15
At that moment, the steel indus

try was producing at the rate of

53.5 per cent 01 its ioiai capacity.

On the morning the labor men

talked with Mr. Elsenhower, the

steel industry had supped off to
52.5 percent of capacity. This

means that the jobless figure in

steel at least, will be higher in

March than in February.

When the unemployed count was

made in February, the auto m

dustry was turning out 100,000
cars a week. The morning of the
White House conference almost
a month later the industry was
down to 83,000 cars. This means
there are fewer auto workers em employed
ployed employed this month than last.
Reuther's point, too, is that the
auto industry will make 4,400,000
cars this year. In 1957, the figure
was 6,100,000 and the previous

year it hit almost 8,000,000.
These statistics impressed the
President and he esked that
the labor people whip up a
memorandum far him and get
the document to the White
House. They said they would.
Then Dave McDelend rushed a a-cresa
cresa a-cresa .to his Hotel Carlton
rooms to wash, look at some
notes end head for leber's
mergency unemployment eonfer-

fafa. aA I B
I .' j

NEA Seric, Uc

Walter Winchell In New York

The Sidney Cha'plbvNancy Olson
idyll is in tatters. She is the re recent
cent recent wife of a "My Fair Lady"

co-parent who shelved the "Bslls

Are Ringing leading i man for

the brilliant and handsome Em-

men Hughes, one of Ike s chief

ghosts. .Chance-Vought will earn

about $2 per share (ior the first
quarter of '58; as against 93
cents same periid a year ago. .

The FBI has reopened an inves-

tieation of two New York news

papermen. One on a morning dal

ly and the other on a mag. .

Fans of Amos and Andyl On
March 19 they celebrate their
30th ann'y as partners. (Martin

and Lewis can Learn a lesson

from that). .It's a son at Mt.

Sinai Hosp. for the Arthur Stan Stan-tons.
tons. Stan-tons. The mudda is actress Joan

Alexander. Pops' the Volkswagon
biggie in Manhattan. .Cesar Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's newest distaffairAis nam

ed Gail Helton. one of Okla's

rlcnest gels. That v "friendship
ring" Jane Allison (colymiss for
the Indianapolis Star) flashed at

the Penguin is from A. K. yuere
shi. the Jim Hagerty of Pakistan

...The CAB is investigating a pos pos-possible
possible pos-possible merger between a -major

airline and two smaller ones.

The WBite House has offered Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Hall the appointment as Min

ister to Israel.

Is Bardot getting too big for
her brigettes?. .AGVA is crack crack-ing
ing crack-ing down on booking agents who
double as "personal mcrs.". .

After theater biz in most spots in

the midtown sector dived to the
lowest level in 29 years during
the past month .The Mutual net network
work network is for sale ir you have a
few million bux. .New York will
have its first ebony daily: The
Defender. '. .Donald Nelson, recent recently
ly recently divorced, may wed actress
Lena Peters. (He was war pro production
duction production chief for FDR). . .The
heat will sizzle underworld people
when the racetrack season starts
Apr. 1st. Stands will be more
scrutinized than ever by sleuths.
. Klnino Mav has hrrn rlivirllne

her o'f-stage faffs with droodle droodle-bug
bug droodle-bug Roger Price at the Embers.
. .The President will shortly
name Federal Judge Irving Kauf Kaufman
man Kaufman to the CourtTof Anneals to

succeed Judge Medina. Kaufman's

probable successor will be Charles


wh ftfiMn "Another Crank" (Hail Box. March 18) and

people like him try to do something about the Balboa school be beta
ta beta In the why of the airplanes? All these people seem able to
Is cry bout It all the time. They sell real nice crying towels In
tJW 'commUwary, but I guess it will take the loss of many young
lives ot get them on the stick regarding that school
7tv y --Enllated Airman

I Those who are worried about the Balboa schoolchildren and
their teachers getting scared the other day should not blame it
on the Thunderblrds, but on the backwoods life we live down
hjsre away from the facts of modern life.
! I don't imagine there are too many stateside schools where
the kids regard the sound of a jet airplane as any more unusual
tun that of a car backfiring on the road outside.
Maybe you could Still jolt Stateside kids by launching a Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard unannounced just outside the classroom, but the way
things go these days it will not be too long before even that
noise is commonplace.
, In the Interests of correct perspective It is appropriate to
note that the Thunderblrds were not coming in to land at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook when they stirred up the school, so the juxtaposition of
the) runway, and the school is not germane to this particular
They were doing local taxpayers the favor of showing them
something of what their payroll deductions have bought. For
me. it was an inspiring and reassuring a demonstration that I
anr getting value for my money. 1 .1

t.:4: : Thunderbird Fan

McDonald, who replaced Reuth Reuth-er
er Reuth-er as a speaker at Reuther's own

request at tne wmaup luncneon,
called for a "continuous Prosperi Prosperity
ty Prosperity Commission" of leaders of In

dustry, .labor and the public "to
dan ahead and avert recessions."

Reuther had to rush back to

Detroit to attend to auto indus

trv negotiations and put the

touches on his personal war with
the Republican Party, which,, he

will face in the shape of Sen.

Barry Goidwater when Reamer
f?et.s to the McClellan Committee

witness stand, probably next

The others, mostly New Dealers,
such as David Dublnsky, Jim Ca

rey and George Harrison, return returned
ed returned to their own trenches from
which they will wage heavy poli

tical war on tne nepuDucans,
starting with this spring offensive.

SAN JOSE, Calif. (UP) Now
it's a political issue. The Califor Califor-nia
nia Califor-nia Republican Assembly passed

a resolution today which states:
"The girls they don't please us

"That wears the chemises.

Metzner, 'former' assistant to Atty.
General Brownell. "1
Jeanne Dru and- Law Avres

plotting an elopement? She alleg

edly pnoned a gai pal (long-distance)
asking her tp be Maid of
Honor. (Happy-Happy!). . .Hard
to believe, but Close pals of "Suc "Successful
cessful "Successful Authoress" Francoise Sa Sa-gan
gan Sa-gan insist she is flat broke. .
Don't be startled if Statuesther
Williams and Ben Gage reconcile.
The Dan Cupids are their tots.
(Totz Nize). .The McGuire Sis Sisters
ters Sisters asked for a quote lor their
ad in this Week's Variety. We wir wired:
ed: wired: "My favorite sister act since
Savoy and Brennan!". .The bi bible
ble bible of show biz rejected the quote

on the grounds Savoy and Bren

nan might be 0 fended. O, balder

dash! Savoy's dead and Jay Bren Brennan
nan Brennan (and many old-time big-tim

ers) would nave enjoyed the chuc chuckle.
kle. chuckle. .The McGuire's make Life's
front. Plus-a four-page pic-spread.

They rate it. .Th Stripper who
threw tomatoes at Anita Ekberg,
to get on the front pages, also
committed suicide as far as this

column is concerned. She had re

cently written me her gratitude

for a one line plug which me said
got her $1,000 a week and a
month's "hold-over." (C h e e p.

cheep, cheep smalltime, spotlight


Don't invite (to the same par
ty): Edith Piaf and her newest
protege Felix Marten. .Katy Ju Ju-rado
rado Ju-rado ahd Gilbert Roland shoitld
never be asked to the same-bullfight.
. .Don't invito Wajter Pid Pid-geon
geon Pid-geon and Lou Nova (ex fight
champ) to the same ringside. It
started when they appeared In
Pidgeon's recent show. Jennifer
Jones and former D. O. Selxnick
manager Arthur Fellows. . Mar Martha
tha Martha Raye and Sylvia Sims.' The
reason: Martha's ex-hublnd Ed
Segley (not the star) who Is now
Sylvia's groom. .Nancy Olson
and Judy Holliday unless you en-

toy chilled apic. .Never Invite

Marilyn, Gina, Sophia, Sabrlna, A A-nita
nita A-nita (the ek) Brigette or Jayne
to the same poddy. Unless ya
wanna smother I

WASHINGTON In a town which 63.5 ceaU on Moore's shipment,
highlighted the dog troubles 0. ten. Jack Kennedy of Mamurhu.

Euiot Roosevelt, the marital trou sills introduced a bill (irom which
bles of Jimmy Rooseve.t, and the he later withdrew) which would
Trujillo troubles of Franklin Roo- have given the colonel's sugar
sevelt, Jr., it's nothing short of special treatment
a public relations miracle that for The fact the P r e s i d e t's
five years litte has been said a- brother-in-law has been aa dose

bout the operations of another re- law with the Dominican dictator

lative of another president Col

uoroon Moore.

This week Col. Moore, the Pte-

has not been lost on other Latin

tommies where the Unit

ed States baa been) trying to en-

sident s brother-in-law, came be- courage democratic governments.

me nan 15 investigating VsfjBi-

r This' writer, who was the first 'curTty ANDT
to report that FDR Jr. waa work- -hv a relation uritt, Rnt, n.w

ing for dictator Trujillo and who 1 executive vice president of this
aroused considerable White House Ibakk, which wrWmake otttf duS-

"'U1 .iU1 icpoiuijK on me menus iessmen green with envy,
of Maj Gen. Harfy Vaughan, be-. He is able to walk in and borrow
lieves that no presidential friend hrge sums with almost no colla-
SL"r UIe.uWh,,uUS,s, tte rVt t3r1: once borrowed $50,006 for
prestige of the White House shoJdtie Air Coach Transit Association
be immune from public scrutiny, on no real security other than
No president, of course, can pick .office furniture,
the man his sister-in-law marries. Moore runs a factoring business
But he can see to it that his whereby he borrows money from
brother-in-law does not use White Baker's bank, then loans it to
House dinners and telecasts to fur. small nonsked airlines which have

ther his private business, epeciahy
when that business involves influ

ence oeiore government agencies.
Moore is a charmine. llkahl .v.

army officer who was discharged
rom the service Sept 7, 1951, whose
economic fortunes have skyrocket-

tD wait to collect from the tins.

paying government. For this fac

toring service he charaes 1 ner


(Capital transit com

introduced his friend and formtr

been able to invite George Baker,

uunn m national Air lines, to
? PreSdenUal stag dinner Feb. 1,

, uivue ouier clients to re

When Chalk was trying to buy the

streetcar ana bus lines which serve
tae nation's capital.

oner alter offer bad been tirade

ceptions for the Queen of England; t buy Capital Transit, of which
a s?n himself in the hack-Baker was a director. Some of
ground of telecasts when the Pre-ties, were better than Chalk's.

v U1 ls unueo States renorti

ing me a nervous wreck. I feel
like a has-been. My psychiatrist
is sending you the hill!". The
Hollywood Reporter's TV editor
Leo Guild reported: "Most lauded
action show of the year ('Walter
Winchell File') was cancelled by
Revlon (after Mar. 28) because
of sagging ratings. A. lot of peo people
ple people don't believe in ratings and
you can't blame WW for being 'Ope

of them". .From a reader y "V

recall during your -TV poll that
Time mag teased you for listing
Ed Sullivan's show as "Toast of
the Town' and you replied that
the Donnelley Corp. (which tabu tabulated
lated tabulated the votes and got all the
(mail) called if-that because the

viewers so described his program

TTniloH Qtstaa

tft thA .""

wuv uauuirr
It also hasn't hurt

thT. .Mr?- JMoore were among
tVlim.lted number f
mvited to the most exclusive din-
ner given at the hite House in
five years that 'for the Queen

oi cngiana.
Moors business has zoomed to
Such extent that he hot only oc occupies
cupies occupies a nice house opposite Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador JoexDavies' palatial es estate
tate estate ner the Washington Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral but he also hhs a .weekend

iBut his was finally accepted.

Moore acknowledecd to this co

lumn that he had helped put the

aeai across in a small way.

-Shortly before Ike was nominated
Roy Chalk gave Moore a job.

$6,500 ay ear in charge of public

relations for the Air Transport As Association,
sociation, Association, later made him, vice Pre President
sident President of" Trans Caribbean Airways..
No longer vice, president, Moore
has branched out far beyond this
early job; and so has, Trans Canb-

estate "Hniidav p..-. j ru oean. ian. a u oecame tne
WuRVtnL Wc-Ml aWine jft the history of
thm iSK -l"04 w IKMo get..gttUrly schedul-

ed route irom New York to ruer-

tion of northern Virifinia

nere are- some of the mteresSngto Rico


ousiness, ooperauons involving
-Moore has been part owner of a
Dominican shipyard, financed by
Trirjillo, with George W, Gibbs.

jr., and John W, Cross, vicepresid-

as execu-

... It go tbis route despite' the f ors

l opposition of tge Puerto R
Governfhent, which filed a b

favoring Capital Airlines.

U. S. AIR LINES In the ;

$lM3i, U. S, Air Lmes, a nonske

laced bankruptcy, its oanx accoo

was overdrawn, it had only one
DCr3 that could get of the ground,

Ps insurance Jtiad been canceled,

the CAB had canceled permission
to fly military passengers and was

threatening to revoke its certificate


days after it appeared In the Mir-J some me, has madel Suddenly th President's brother

.rowi-sthe- Dunes (Vegas) stoned. .J" uaw iTuimo,-iaw managen to put szs.ouomti

Anyway, this week's Variety (clip !ly "tVaZLx a-Ju"'
attielie in t0 tht h n National Airlines,

TnC ri iZ. m ""T ,, It ves. Glbbs was later fireil hv TW

strip-star Pat Amber Hall'ady: "Vd0l hM ndw sold Ws
want you to know that nobody ev- V.mZ. a ...
er reviewed my act b e f 0 r e. JTS? f0I$ ue4d
Thanks for tbwluwe dIub. Four ij?1 dictator of the Ca-

w, f 5? r nnnan tnt mmn u j

Kie tor a repeat bookifg Parting

.T"" raw uwejHiu nnuie line iuu'

May 1 at top (I reneaW toD.mon- tor .tne importarain one short week, stock In U. .S

. . . - 1 1 Kill ri 1 t rnnp rtt mmahh .i...ini 1 a.

r..' it vSi. a""1 ausar Air L.messr

I know your embrace did it. f, ".A-H?A J?


lie line and' became an executive.

Love-Letters: Telegram from
Barbara He'ler, (femme star 0

Ben Blue's laugh-riot Joynt) in
Santa Monica: "I haven't been In

your column for weeks. It's mak

Taking a Trip

Answer to Previous Puzzle'


1 Jersey
4 Cod,
8 Site of Taj
Mahal in India
13 Hall!
13 Measure
of land
14 Hurried
15 Footlike part
16 Shielded
IB Dinner
20 Corridors
21 Dance step
22 Walked
24 Midday.
26 Dispense

27 Greek letter
30 Puzzle
32 Desert wind'
34 Superficial
35 Dress waist
36 Superlative
37 Chest bones
39 Lateral part
40 Site of
Tower in Italy
41 Encountered

42 Drawing room h h-45
45 h-45 Llauor F

49 Advance
51 Feline
82 "The gloomy
53 British
84 Monkey
85 Negative votes
56 Employs
57 Permit

1 Back of
the neck
2 Level
3 Military post
on the Hudson
(2 words)
4 Containers
5 Hurt
6 Fast
7 Lamprey
8 Forward
9 Female
10 Stagger
11 Augments
17 Wliite, earthy
- Grazing land
23 Corrodes


24 Glacial snow
25 Individuals
26 French city
27 Concerned

28 Vended

38 Bowls
40 Fleshy fruits

41 Excavation
, 42 Whirl
43 Italian river
44 Theater boit

"46 Corn bn

29 Arrow poison 47 Woven 1

31 Soft wool 48 Let it sti

33 Hoarder 50 Greek letti

it n : h
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wm B" m

Li 1 1 W mf fc-J
nrr itLlia!
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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Rockford, III. Gazettes Please
Copy: School teacher Connie Ahil-

M becomes Mrs. Frank St. Ange Ange-lo
lo Ange-lo (a bachelor for soOoo v r y
lon) on Apr. 1. Bet man
b. Michael St. Angel, Hollywood
leading man, and husband of
Mar jorie Halliday, ex-20th Century-Fox
dollpuss. .Kim Moran,
wed to the late James Moffet
(FDR's Federal Housing Chief)

nd her third groom (turfman

Kooert Tracy) are reported, going
asunderground. (Nobody in their
set is happy about It). .Gag A A-round
round A-round Town: "Hear about the

new atomic bra? It's 85 par cent
falloutl. .Thanks to the Florida

Turf Rldirs Ass'n for They Knew

What!. .Lovely Vikki Taylor's

kid sister "Pat" belongs In any

snow's girl-line, .Don't miss
''This Is Your Life" April H. .
Henry Dormaon (II Morocco

plug-planter) weds Alice Kathleen

Arwtraason on our birthday A-

pril h .The Show Biz' set new
refer to psychiatrist as "Wigpeek "Wigpeek-ers."
ers." "Wigpeek-ers." The Miami Herald Tisker: Re Recording
cording Recording firms are recommended to
George Darcy's thrashing. He's
the Seville Hotel bartender. .
Don Rickles, the star there, con

vulsed nearly every comedian in
town the other 2:30 a.m., ihc
ing this former shrugger. .Louis
Prima and Keely Smith are pack packing
ing packing the Eden Roc. We n e v ejr
heard such whistling and dapping
and hollering in our 37 years of
piaygoing for the papers. . .The
Mambo Aces start the show with
a zing and click big. But no won wonder,
der, wonder, they prackily sto'e all of qttr
steps!. .Dietrich's 2nd perf (at
the Fontainebleau) was a differ
ent as pepper and salt. The beau beauteous
teous beauteous Marlenah is now- a beaoh
tiwn the other 2:30 a.m., includ includ-Barry
Barry includ-Barry College, Fla. "Dr. of Hi Hi-lariosity!'
lariosity!' Hi-lariosity!' Ask him to tell you
the one about the husband who
thawt he was dead,, etc. (You'll
choke laughing). .Ruth Berle's
line "I never made a. mistake
and I have tw6 ex-husbands to

nrove it". .Thinem arfe so du'l

thf Palm Poortl-l nvfla that ttawtn'

i'.lj "vni,u oi.a (.iint, jJtup

ff wno don t Da v their bi s aren'

buying and men are dating their
own wives.

Linesshot from 12 1-2 cents

tip to 36 cents.
. Thiaf is indicative of how things

we boomed for the affable army

Classification Of fifi S rente !.

tat the sugar was not charged

against the Dominican quota. o'ficef since those dsrk financial
Later When the TT S rinlnm. n., : inn t...t titttdm. ru'. li-

T3au reversed Itself and rharaA tmn


The scholarship commission decided to extend the term for raetv'
llf-SSl'""0?8 unU,.An 30, 195S, due to to the past 'strike of the
printers and to permit the natives ot students who will gradaate thto
yw tln Countries to inform them of this announcement.
Reflneria Pansms, S.A., tti accordance with Its contracts with th
Government of Pahamt, will award five sehdUrahlm i Panamantaat
craduate engineers to take post graduate studies In Colleges of Univer.)-.
ties of highest standing in the United Slates, The studies will, he far
sneclalisatlnn in Petroleum ptrin pn.iM.t. i. m'J

nesj AdminWlratlon In the petroleum field, and ether course related
to the petroleum Industry.
Interested persons should address their applications to:
Mr. Victor J. rabrega Jr. ;
Secretary, Scholarship Committee r.
Bo S270'
Panaiai, R of P.
The scholaf ships consist of a monthly allowance of $250.90 and atri

annual rouna
of the studies
the scholarshl:

inp neetween ranama ana we university. The duration )
will be aa required by the university and determined by

d committee. Upon completion Of his studies, the student

will be obliged to work for the refinery the same length of time as than

duration ot his jcholarshto. Provided the refinery reauires Ms services, he

will be given the same salary and working conditions as foreign tech technical
nical technical employei commensurate with relative experience.



Great White Fleet

New Orleans Service
1,1 1 '!,

.....March 22
.March 29
April 5

..i in j

April 19


Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New Orleans Service



..f if if''

... March 24

. .March 31

.....April 1n

. ...f i.t

....April 21 i

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.


To New York and Return $240.00
To Lob Ahreles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles ......... 8270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00



PANAMA 2-2904



Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Monday only

Use Sears easy payment plan


uftUr WAe KiryPD LIKE THIS It's not even fit weather out lor penguins at Brooklyn's
worst atom in recent years. ,.

Judge Rejected For High Court Seat
Dies Of Heart Attack At Age Of 72


the off stage fight

..WASHINGTON, March 19 pP).kwuled i
. i l PiVlrpr raoainst him

was in the capital for the open

ing tomorrow of the spring meet

mg of tne

Ua nnlv man whose aDDOintment

10 the Supreme Ccurt was reject reject-"ed
"ed reject-"ed by the Senate, died here yes'
ferday of a heart attack. He was

Parker, who was chief judge of

the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court ot
"Appeals, also wrote the decision
toholoing the "separate but
equal" doctrine for school facih facih-ties,
ties, facih-ties, which was overturned by the
TBI' courrin49B4.
He missed bis own appointment
.16 i the Supreme Court by a single
Tote in 1930, largely: Decause of
"Sitter labor oppositMl'-stemming
froih his stand in the failed "yel "yellow
low "yellow dog" contract case'. John h.

Written for NBA Serviet

Judicial Conference

the United States.

Stricken At Hotel


A AQ J7 4
v tt
A J 101
4K82 4653
VJ7 5 4
62. 4 87 54 3
J 10 9 2 I734
1 .VAKQ1083
North and South vulnerable
North East South West
14 Pass 3-? Pass
3 4 Pass 4N.T. Pass
5 V Pass 7 N.T. Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 8


i MY old friend, Frank Perkins of
'Boston, has been playing and writ writing
ing writing about bridge for even a longer
time than I have. Teday hand
is one of Frank's more recent ones
jince he played it in 1941.
Like many bridge experts, Frank
has always claimed to be a bad
holder and his holding in the West
scat was no exception.

nowejer, nis iour nearis w me
jack in back of South's heart bid
'gave promise of a potential trick
against the grand slam; Also, he
had a, nice convenient safe club
lead and most players would have
relaxed compkcenjUy, opened" the
jack of clubs and sot bach to cash
In a trick somewhere.
iMost players would hve been
lighty disappointed. East would
ave shown out on the second
eart lead whereupon declarer
Would have had to fall back on the
tpade finesse. It would have work worked
ed worked and the grand slam would have
,i Frank is never complacent. H
Jboked at his heart stopper end
his, nice clubs. He also looked at
His three spades .ft the king and
j "J 'hat he had better put the
pade finesse right up to South.
J; came the eight of, spades.
Now Sbuth had to make a deci decision'
sion' decision' at trick one. He looked hard

t Frank but after K yeafs' ex

perience I can assure you that he
got no information there1. Finally

South went up with Dummy s ace.

J:tr a'l, he o- reeded a" break
th ho art i 4n hrinff hnmo his rnn-

tract and' it seemed alHy to risk it
trick one.
ii Up came the ace of spades and

flown went south.

He was stricken last night in

the lobby of the Mayflower Hotel.
He was rushed immediate. y to

George Washington University

Hospital where he died at 9:10

A staunch Republican, Parker

had been mentioned frequently in
recent years as a possible nomi

nee for the high court.1 Despite
his earlier rejection, he was held

in high esteem by the adminis

tration and the legal profession.
The Fourth Circuit? Court of Ab

peals sits in Richmond, Va.; Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Md.; Asheville, N.C., and
other cities in Mary and, West

Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina
and South Carolina.
As chief judge, Parker handed

down many decisions affecting r a

cial relations in the South in ad

dition to Jus "separate but equal"

ruling, f
Appointment Fajl

There was some talk that he
Would be aODbinted to the hich

court several Veirs aco when the

late Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson

fUecL.tJut tne appointment did not
materialize and some b'araed it

on tne school segregation decision

A Charlotte newspaper said if
that were the case, it was an
"even eraver injustice" than iht

done by the Senate when it reject-.

ea t-arxer oecause he was ac
cused of being anti-labor.

ihe newspaper s'aid Parker
"has probably decided more cases

aenxui to u:b. Negroes than any

uiner juage in ine land.

ranter was appointed to the An

peals Court in 1925by President

uoouage. He was named to the
Supreme Court at the see of a

by President Hoover but the nom

ination was rejected oy the
ate by one vote.

NATO Makes Offer
To Exchange Infox

With Weslem OAS

Th North Atlantic Treaty Or

ganization has offered to exchange

scientific, intelligence ana uui
information with the 21-nation Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
(OAS), it was disclosed today.

The suggestion ior sucn ex exchange
change exchange between non communist

regional alliances was made to

the NATO conterence at ana w
December by Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and, at about
the same time, "by President Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Prado of Peru.

Formal proposal of the ex

change has now been made by
NATO secretary general Paul-

Henri Spaak in a letter to OAS sec secretary
retary secretary general Dr. Jose A. Mora,
it was disclosed.

, The United States, memberx of
both organizations, has favored
closer ties between the two groups
in part because it believes NATO

can learn a great aeai trom me
130-year-old Inter American or


Suggestions for a formal alli

ance of the two groups have been

determinedly opposed by several

Latin. American countries, includ including
ing including Mexico, which believes OAS

should not involve' itself outside

the western hemisphere.

The council of the Southeast A-

a treaty Organization (SEATO)

last week approved a resolution
authorizing its secretary general
to work out with' Spaak a system

of informational exchange with


"Yellow Do8 Contracts

His defeat was attributed pri-

muii; iu Hie iorces surred uo

u :wia, piesiueni ot tne united
Mine Workers. He Was angered
b .Parker's stand on "yelloW

uojj contracts ,ip wnich an

pioyer extracted a promise from

uio wuiscib not to toin a tininn

Workers who ev nM n-.

ises were contempbusly referred

vy uy leuow worKers as "yellow
dogf. ? Parker's decision ultimate ultimate-led
led ultimate-led to passage. othe Norris
Guardia Act whirh ,ti..j

oucn amr-a nor agreements.

i"B ouineme uowrt vacancy

R bcrt Jusuceowen J

Parker was awarded th iw0h,i

of the American Bar Assn. in 1943
for "conspicuous service in the

Ju American jurispru

i was tne autnor of. sev

iegai wonts. i

Q The bidding has been:

4orth Eaat Sm Wert;

114 Pass 24 Pass ;

1 4 Pass .7

You, South, hold:
4K2 Vlt J74 3 4AQH4
What do you do?
; A-Md Bve p6m. TMaJia a
tlansy bid tat yu thoaM invite.
! aUm aaA this la the beat way
o do It.
I Your partner continues with a
(bid' of six clubs. What do you,.
(South, do now?

U "s

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NEW YORK (UP) -, Applica

tions for rejief in New York City

are being made at a daily rate

three times higher than that of
a year ago, Welfare Commission Commission-fer
fer Commission-fer Henry L. McCarthy said today.

HOLi.vwoon rrip ttriv

Patterson, 66. a nws dealer, cel

ebrated St.' Patrick s Day by giv

ing away a green trading stamp

with every paper sold.

Answer Tomor

San Marino Gets

Two-Headed Govt


(UPK The Council of this post postage
age postage stamp republic Jast night
elected -two new captains regent
who Will jointly ran? San MariSb
April 1 six,month lm starting
The new antl-Conrmunist ma majority
jority majority in the Council named Chris Christian
tian Christian Democratic Party Secretary
Zaccaru Gidvanni Savoretti and
dependent Socialist Stelio Moq Moq-tiToni
tiToni Moq-tiToni as the new top (Sxecutive
The Communists and left-wing So Socialist1
cialist1 Socialist1 cast blank ballots in,pro in,pro-test.
test. in,pro-test. v ,' l .. '

l'ne anti-Communist majority

tasi year luwartea a communist
attempt to retain power through
force which focused world atten-'
tion on the Apennine republic.
SEOUL, March 19 (VP) Ko

rean National Railway officials

complained today that their trains

nave become "hitch hiker ha

jns. They si 66.344 civilians
werecaught riding trains illegal illegally
ly illegally avmvp, ..ani.i e?

the number of military .ree-ioad-





1953 DODGE,
4 door,
radio, VS.


1954 FORD
Ranch Wagon,
radio, cyl.. -1.195.0S
v.. I l i .' l
1957 FIAT Conv.
radio, W.S.W. 1.895.00
1950 FdRD-Cust.
2 door,
6 cyl. 1.695.0S
Bel Air, 4
door, 2 tone,
radio ... ...M95.00
4 door,
PGUde .... .L550.0O
1951 BE SOTO,
4 door 295.00
'' '
Hardtop 275.00






Dowfl 1 2.00
Monthly m 6.00

... . :: a,.'-
We are not reducirik flcUclous prices. We'iare. i)Mf4
our everyday low price, on this 20 Inch gs:rtfir that
features a 4 burner top and 16 Inch oven. Broiler
pilot for automatic light.



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Reg. .
J 19.95

Down . k 8.00
Monthly 5.00
This Is the Ideal range for any household
Perfect for kitchens where space Is a problem.
Has two burner top and large oven. Finished
in beautiful white enamel.

mm i

Regular, .... 1496
Down ....... 14.00
Monthly 7.00

Buy now and save
on this economical
washer. Washes up to
7 lbs. of clothes, has
gravity drain. Wring Wringer
er Wringer swings in full
Circle, locks in

Jjoh of food Jbbhaqst Apace;
ifsd Much low OAt.J

8.2 Cubic foot

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9$ ifou mala spuM
a JOmmoM Chdomaik




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M6nthly 10.00
Unheard lof Low Price for a Roomy
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not Cplds-not packs alot of storage inac-;. . and
Us price 1s wdv as. its lines! Over 10'
sq. ft. of shelving with an 18-Ib. ftreeaer
chest, yet it's only 24 Inches wide.

r save : s


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Down ....... ...26.00
Monthly 13.00

Full automatic operation!
Just load it and forget
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you of extra cleanliness.
3 water temperatures 2
speeds. Washes big loads,
up to 8 lbs. Has rust
proof, Wash basket and
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PANAMA Tivoli Ave, ...... 2-093"
Highway ." 3-1935
COLON Bolivar Ave. 1137

ers at 12,000 a day.


tmt rotre

cial ana

Bi Staffers

-3 StKSagti


Dr. and MM. Vern Prier of Margarita hate announced
the engagement of their daughter Inga to Cpt- James
Bay erd Wallaee, son of Mrs. Spencer M. Wallace, .on K Mn.
gpencer M. Wa.iace of Rochester, N.Y, and Kennebunk
Me., and the late Mr. Wallace.
Miss Prier was born on the Atlantic side, spent a year
at Colegio Sion in Costa Rica, attended, St. Mar n In
Peekskill, N.Y., and Mary A. Burnham in Northampton,
Mass. She was graduated from Skidmore College a: Sara Saratoga
toga Saratoga Springs, where she majored in romance languages. She
Is currently employed by the TJS Arjny, "lnter American
Geodetic Survey at Cutundu.
rontain wallop is a traduata of the United State Mer

chant Marine AqSdtmv Kingl poidt, NX, an ha, rJfe

ed in the MercObni Marine
the second world war.fce i

wKh the Panama Qanal Co.
An early wedding is planned.

Naval Officers' Wives Club
Excursion To Taboga
Beautiful weather and delicious
food highlighted the Nayal Offi Officers
cers Officers Wives Club's excursion to Ta-

Nose Cuugested? Use Astra Inhaler!
: cool fresh sanitary

l "' sj&;.v2: . h
to the
PANAMA, MARCH 18-26, 1958

June X to 5, 1958 DALLAS,



2-0740 r 2.0 74 Mwm V.00 U O .. My.

for yen during anu am
at P'esent an apprentice pilot
boga Island Tuesday. The mem members
bers members departed early in the morn morning
ing morning from the. Naval Station Rod Rodman
man Rodman to, spend the day lazily sun sunning,
ning, sunning, swimming, shelling, and

and remember that BRANIFF is the only
connecting Latin America and Dallas with
one-plane service!

For further information and reservations reservations-CALL
at Ave. 14 Tivoii 21A-38, Tel. 2-0975 or El Panama Hilton
,3-1660, Ext. 130, or Panama 3-4726.
in Colon: Tels. 797 and 779.


Box 134,
promptly U luHtmml tk
walking about the island. They re re-urned
urned re-urned laden, with pretty shells
and fresh DineaDolei.
A Chinese luncheon was served
in the bohio of the La Resting
The club's business meeting was
held on the boat during the return
trip from the island. Mrs. Thomas
Rvan. club president, weicomea
as new members Mrs. John Reade
and Mrs. P. R. Clark; and Mid
farewells to: Mn. C. W. Harrison,
Mrs. R. E. Classen, Mrs. H. B.
Mulder, and Mrs. R. S. Halal.
Miss Jane Armstrong was the
euest of Mrs. C. J. Van Cott, Mrs.
Carmen Hensler of Mrs. N. Pro-
bak, and Mrs. Earl Dowlen of Mrs.
J. H. Dowlen.
Doctors' Wives Te Held
Morning Ceffte Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Doc Doctors'
tors' Doctors' Wives Club will be held next
Wednesday morning at 9:30 at
the Ttvoli. Wives of residents and
interns, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Tony Jackson, will be hes-
Mr.' Manuel J. Cuoalon, repre
sentative from Brand Airways,
will address the group on ''Air ''Airways,
ways, ''Airways, Towns and, Trips in South
Caribbean Callage Club
The Caribbean College Club neia
its regular monthly meeting Tues
day "evening at the unstooai neu
Cross building.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle K. Rambo
nf Las Cumbres presented the pro
gram following" tne theme of In--dia.
They showed slides taken
while they lived there several
vears aeo where Mr. Rambo was
connected with the Point
The Nominating Committee pre-'to
eohtpH a new slate of officers tor
consideration by the club for the
coming year and a report wis giv
en on the suecess of the annual
Penny Social held last wee oy
h pnnv Social chairman. Re
freshments were served following
ihp nroirm
jf- "a-
Dr. and Mrs. Edwards
Stop in Balboa A .
Dr. and Mrs. a. m. aawarus 01
Cleveland, Ohio arrived in Balboa
Sunday aboard the Nieuw Amster Amsterdam
dam Amsterdam and spent the day with Capt Captain
ain Captain and Mrs. L. C. McCloud of FoU
The Edwatds are on a two .week
Caribbean cruise and spent a few
days in Balboa.
Dr. and Mrs.' V.rn frier
Move te Msrfarrta
Dr. aid Mrs. Vern Prier, form formerly
erly formerly of Cristobal, have moved Into
their new home at 8459 Alcora St.,
The house was made ready and
grounds arranged With garden fur;
niture and Kiki torches for a house
warming Monday ,eventag.
Captain and Mrs. Batcheller
Entertain Per Visiters
Captain and Mrs. J. K. Satchel Satchel-r
r Satchel-r entertained at a St. Patrick's
ay party at their 15th Naval Di District
strict District Quarters on Monday eve evening.
ning. evening. Guests of hdnor were' Mr.
and Mrs. Edw. Browder, Mr. Rol
timore, Md., who, are visiting their
son Chaplain H. t. Donovan, US'
ARCAR1B, at Fort Amador,
Present with the guests of honor
and Chaplain Donovan were Fr.
Schumaker of Albrook Air Force
Base, Captain and Mrs. T. F. Ry
an, Captain B. suiuvan, i;ar. ana
Mrs. R. Miller, Capt, Purdie, Mr.
and rs. Edw. Browder, Mr. Rol Roland
and Roland K. ''award. Mils Helen Ow
ens, Miss Maria Htlnslcker and
Mr. and Mn. Paul Duran.

Plan Now to Attend the

air line


Macaroni Tastes Deferent
With Shrimp Creole Sauce

gtmagttwHgV X X m'W&L Igts&flfl

MACARONI Is a versatile food that can serve as the basis for a
variety of dishes. Here It's with shrimp create sauce.

MACARONI is a nutritious, ev-
ervdav iood that can be the ba
ns 0. many elegant oisnes. nere s
one we served to guests last
week. Their excitement over its
flavor convinced us you might en
joy it too,
Mscironi With
Shrimp Creel Stuca (6 servings)
Two tablespoons salt, 44 quarts
boiling water, 4 cups elbow maca macaroni
roni macaroni (1 pound), u cup butter or
margarine, 1 cup chopped 1 clove
garlic topuonaw, 1 laoiespwn
. 1 j n ..j
COjnsiai til, iwu J.-JAUHU, aH aim
pepper Mo taste.
Add 2 tablespoons salt to ra
pidly boiling water. Gradually add
macaroni so that water continues
boil. Cook uncovered, stirring
occasionally, until tender. Drain in
colander. Meanwhile, melt hotter
or margarine; add green pepper,
mushrooms and onion and garlic.
Cook until tender but not brown
ed, stirring occasionally. Add corn
trch and blend. Drain tomatoes;
ireserve juice. Gradually add tqma-
ti juice to cornstarch mixture.
Cook over low heat, stirring con

Your World Narrows
If You re Stuffy

1 ( i

"I COULDN'T Dossibly do that."
Whenever you automatically start
to make that protest it's time 0
ciieck up on yourself.
The person whose first response
to a challenger or a hard job or
.. i u-t
a new experience is, 1 cuumw 1
possibly. .", is a person who us
narrowing ms me aown 10 a smaji
circle of activities, whether He
knows it or not.
So before you protest tnat you
can't do a thing, stop long enough
to ask yourself why not.
The fact that you've never done
It before isn't a legitimate excuse.
The fact that you think you
haven't- the ability probably isn't
a legitimate excuse either. How do
you fyiow, unless you try?
THERE might be half a dozen
little reasons you could give to
prove it would be impossible for

Stops Perspiration Stains and Odor I

U4 daily, new Arrid with
Pentop is 1 Yi tines ts effective
es all leading deodorant! tested.
Art id stops odor memtut tai
kttti it wty for 24 houn.
Nm staining Arrid is ap
proved by the American Insti Insti-ite
ite Insti-ite of Launder ina.
Don't be half soft.
Be completely safe
- to be sure.
s && all
' QuidoohA.

r i


stantly, until thickened and clear.
Add tomatoes; mix well. Cover
and cook 10, minutes. Serve over
Here's another meatless dish i
deal for hungry people at lunch
Mactroni-Strimp Salad
(Makes 44 servings)
One tablespoon salt. 3 auarts
ooiung water, z cups elbow ma
caroni (8 ounces), one 5 ounce
can shrimp, drained; one 10-ounce
jar mandarin orange sections
drained; Vi cup chopped walnuts,
V cup French dressing, Vi cup
salad dressing, l tablespoon lemon
juice, crisp lettuce leaves.
Add 1 tablespoon salt to-rapid
ly boiling water. Gradually add
macaroni so water continues to
boil. Cook uncovered, stirring oc
casionally, unui tenaer. Drain m
colander. Combine macaron
snnmp, orange sections and wal
nuts; mix lightly. Combine French
dressing, salad dressing and lem
on juice; mix w. umiDine ma
caroni mixture and dressing mix
ture; toss lightly. Chill IVi hours.
aerve on lettuce.
you to do a certain thing. But
maybe they're just minor obsta
ctes tnat could be -overcome, or
small conflicting responsiblkies
that could be worked out.
The people who' keep growing
and developing' and having fun
through the years are not the ones
who are quick to say, "I couldn't
xney are tne ones who say,
"That sounds like fun," or "I'm
not sure I can do it. but I'm will
ing to; try,',' or "It will take! some
arranging, but I think I can work
things out."
So if you have fallen into the
habit of ducking any new and
challenging experience, trv acceDt
lig the next one and see what
Chances are you'll find your
world a nttje wider and your opi opinion
nion opinion of yourself' a little higher for
saying, "I'll try," instead of
couldn't possjljly., .."

Mmm i

SSIiiwu; faetos

WHY yell. "Joe. you're waateej
on the telephone," when you cam
o.llr Uui .tan. nA tall In. hi
" M m VVU WW 1
is wanted? You don't make a
good impression on the telephone
caller when you shout to the per'
... ...U I. J
And your yeBlng may not he
appreciated by Joe, either.
Each netict for iaclution in thtt
celunie (haul) bt submittt. in
tya.-wrttten farm ,ni mailaf te
tha em nembar liatat daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
y h.d te tha office. Neticta at
ntattnfls cjnaet be accepted be
Dinner Meeting-Institute
Of Internal Auditors
Val D. Lynch, acting president
oi tne institute ot internal Audit Auditors,
ors, Auditors, his announced that his orga-
luauun wiu join witn tne r eaerai
Government Accountants Associa Association
tion Association in a Joint meeting tomorrow
evening at the Fort Clayton Offi
cers uuo.
Speaker st the joint meeting will
be. John D. Hollen, chief of the
executive planning staff of the
Panama Canal Co. His topic will
be "Long-Range Planning."
Hospitality hour will start at T
and a chicken dinner will be serv
ed at 7:80.
Members of both orgamrations
are encouraged to bring guests
Reservations may be made by
calling N. H. MeCauley t Balboa
Z104, ueorge TWbddeau at Balboa
2575, Maj. A. A. Tlsone at Albrook
2221, William J. Ambrose at C6-
rozal 2297, Roscoe Cleveland at
Amador 3247, (Bob Roche at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1332 or Bob Bowen at Balboa
Balboa Yacht Club Plans
Rendezvous Friday
ThelBalbos Yscht Club will hold
a Rendezvous Friday evenina at
. tr Tfl 1 U 1 111 I
rree muiieii win ui proviu-
For Women Only
Mrs. Harlin J. Roper is giving
a series of lectures entitled "Women's-
Plsci Jn This Topsy-turvy
World" at the USO-JWB Thursday
evening and Monday and Tuesday
of next weex. The lectures, sched
uled for women only, will start
at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday at 3 p.m. Junior
Elks of Panama will meet at the
Elks construction on the Sabanas
Items on tbe agenda are: 1.
Inspection of site and construc construction.
tion. construction. 2. Distribution of tickets for
Sunday's summit treat. 3. Select
tion of contestants for annual
educational Contest.
The regional director is urging
all parents to see that their
youngsters are on. time.
Here's a way to main
day more ion
Ever Ready
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treat for the whole family.
So chocolaty and delicious-
So nourishing, too!
EverReady contains rich,"
whok milk and sugar. All
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Capehart Accuses Democrats
Of Freezing Out Republicans

Washington; March i tup)
-See. Homer K. Capehart t RO
lad.) today accused Senate Dem
eeraUc leaders of 'ireeslai out
Republicans in consideration of
legisation on the Senate floor
and in commiHMi
He told a Senate bsftting sub-
cMnmitiee nearing ttist ne was
'sick and tired" of it ind intend-
(m ngnt it.'' He said "It
'looks like a situation where the
minority is completely blahke
OUt in tr DrrfinM nt Cnn.
did not elaborate, but
he apparently refjerred in part to
the mass of anti-recession meas
ure, being pushed trroufh the
SenaWTby the Democratic TTiadsr-
His outburst came aa the sub-
Mike MonroMy M)Okla.), opened
Bearings on Monroney's bill to
set up aa international develop-
meni association whlcft. would
imance long-term "soft" loans to
unaeroeveiopeo countries.
iTeesury secretary .Robert B
Anderson,, the opening witness,
said 'Monroney's proposed agency
might be helpful. But he took the
position that the time had not
, instead. Aimers on said, "w
must continue to implement the
deve opment loan fund as a nart
o' pur national polfcy." The loan
fund was set up last year as
part ot tne foreign aid proyarii
Penwy, NY Central
Railroads Ponder
Benefits Of Merger
(UP) Tne Pennsylvania and the
New York Central Railroads hone
to determine in the near future
whether their merger is "of prac practical
tical practical attainment" and consistent
with the puWlc Interest, PennsyL
vama rresment james at. symes
tain today.
From the standpoint of stock
holders and ooher investors, ha
said in the Pennsylvania's annual
report, tne merger would "greatly
strengthen the two properties
snd "greatly im Drove our. com net-
titive position with other forms of
transportation. ."
t Symes said the. business 'reces
sion sirucK ms rose, tne nation's
largest, "withs evere and unex unexpected
pected unexpected force."
"What hsd been a moderate
decline in carloadlngs for the first,
nine months turned into a sudden
and accelerating drop through the
si uiree months of the year. In
spite .of drastic reductions in em-
P oyment and other economies,
November snd December each
produced deficits of more than a
million dollars."
Symes said the road continued
to operate st a deficit in the first
quarter because of the continued
oeciine in Dusiness ana an eisnt-
J-l! S ?1U ..
the severe snow storm in Febru
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It is administered by the Inter-
national Cooperation Administra
Sen. J. William Fulbrieht (D-
Ark.) touched off the squabble
when Caperart was quesUoning
Monroey aoont a tag opening
statement which Monronev was

reading. Anderson had been eT
the stand for half an rour with without
out without beginning his testimony.
"I for one came te hear the
escretsry," Fulbright declared. r
Capehart then accused Monre Monre-ney
ney Monre-ney of "acting like a witness" in

i ms long statement. Cape Capehart
hart Capehart said he In turn, as top te te-publican
publican te-publican member of the banking 1

committee, had a right to ask all
the questions he plessed.
He complained of a arowine

tendency, both In committees snd
floor debate, "to Mock out the

minority from taking part in de-
Monroney's bill would make
the new agency a substitute fur
the present development loan
fund. It also would be an adjunct
to the world bank, which now
makes only "hard" loans to coun countries
tries countries which can repay them en
rigid terms.
No Decision Yet
On New Archbishop
For Chicago, III

(UP)-Pope Pius XII has net ;
made a decision on replacing
Samuel Cardinal Stritch as arch- ;
bishop of Chicago, Vatican
sources indicated today.
The sources ssld the situation

probably would be defined eftefi ',
the Cardinal arrived here April f

24 to assume his new duties as

jwopreCect of the Sscred Congre-
gation for The Propagation of the,

Since the post usually demands
residence, 1 Rome or. the Vati- J
can, there has been great specu-
latlon en who would direct the, ;
Chicago diocese.
There Is s possibility Cardinal
Stritch would remain Chicago's
srehbishop snd spend1 part of the
year there. But the prelect of t&,
congregation, Ptetro Cardinal Fu-
masoni-Biondi, is U and ailing. 1
Cardinal Stritch, an active 70, is

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burden of the leadership here. )
Mentioned as possible succes-
sors to Cardinal Stritch ip the ;
Chicago archbishopric are his

three auxiliary bishops, William
D O'Brien, Bernard J. Shell and

Raymond P. Hilllhger. However,
any American bishop would be 1

ible ion the pest.
O'Connor, rec
cal North Amer-
lean Col ece in Rome, had an au

dience with the Pope yesterday j
and immediately there: Was spec-
Sation he might be in line for
e post. It was considered mere I
likely, however, that the Pope j

merely consulted Mm about pes- 1

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Honoring Col. and Mr Hock
Col. tnd Mrs. Frank D. Miller o
Quarry Heights entertained at a
St. Patrick's dinner and bridge at
tkeir quarters on Sunday evening
for Col. and Mrs. George Heck of
Fort' Clay ton who are leaving on
April 4 for their new post at Fort

Eusfis, Va.
Actcass June Lockhart today held
a chvorcb decree from Dr. John
F. Malonev. New York, on testi

mony that he "drank to excess"

and stayed away from, noma
night. Miss Lockhart, daughter

the late actor Gene Lockhart, won

the decree Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Young
Parents of Sen
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Young.
Jr. of Los Rios are the parents of
a son, Michael Steven Young, born
Feb. 27 at Gorgas Hospital. This
is their fourth child. Mrs. Young

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Changes In Rules
Of St. Peter's
Society Announced

The announcement of minor

changes- in the rules of the St

Peter's Mutual Benefit society

has been made by the committee

of management.
The rules affected are: Rule 4

"place of meetings; Rule 8,
"scrutinizefs"; Rule 17, "when

entitled to benefits"; and Rule 36,
members leaving the Isthmus".

These changes were said to be

have been necessary because of

the transfer of activities from La

Boca to Paraiso, and will be read

for the last time- at the regularly

scheduled meeting which begins
at 8 p.m. m the new meeting

ace, St. Alban's Parish Hall, Pa
iso, Thursday night.

Mimeographed copies quoting

the changes in detail are bei'
prepared and wiL be distributed
to-the membership after the fino:
for their future guidance. Presid President
ent President Karl L. Harris' theme "big

ger better end brighter" hast

beeJfMml y special tWork
Committee under the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of Lola George for three
major fund raising activities
which will be conducted wrought
the year..

Baa OVat BbbL "CB

Soviet Russia's hydro-electrical
power production now ap approaches
proaches approaches and will soon sur surpass
pass surpass that of tho United States.
Individual power plants in the
U.S.S.R. are far bigger than the
largest installations in America.
Those statements and many
more as surprising were made'
by Maj. Gen. Emerson C.
Itschner, Chief of the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers in!
recent testimony before' the!
Senate Interior and Public j
Works committee.

Pacific Elks Hold
Annual Picnic
To Summit Sunday

'Pacific side Elks of the IBPOEW

lodges teal sponsor their grand

annual dry-seasoa slcnic to Sum
mit Gardens next Sunday.
Arrangements made by the or

ganizing committee are aimed at

providing an even more enjoyaoie
time than in previous years.

The picnic is scheduled to get
underway at 8 a.m. with the

return trips beginning at. 5 p.m.

Jabao Jarvis and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing
and refreshments and sandwiches
will bet on sale.
No special buses will be provid provided
ed provided for the trip to the picnic site

but the committee has arranged

US Navy Institutes
Hunt For Possible

Foreign Submarine

Requiem Mass

A requiem mass will be held
at tht San Miguel Church at
7:31 Saturday morning for the
repose of the soul of the late
Edmund V. SandHord, form former
er former president of the Canal Zone
Retired Workers Association
who died on March 10 last
A light repast will be offered
at the home of Mr. Sandiford't
widow en Airport Reed, inmed inmed-iately
iately inmed-iately following the mass.

US Steel Blasts
Trend Of Corporate
Income Taxes

NEW YORK, March 19 (UPV (UPV-U.S.
U.S. (UPV-U.S. Steel Corp. today blasted

personal and corporate income

taxes winch "have reached levels

where individual incentive and

job providing industrial growth

are being seriously endangered
The annual report of the world's

biggest steel company suggested

that tax trends perhaps are de

signed to make "the enterprise

system unworkable.
"The sayine. 'the power to tax

involves the power 'to destroy,' is

not an overworkKd adage; it is a

rteadfc warning to which, at this

incture of our history, heed had
est be paid," the report said.

A' previously reported the, re re-March
March re-March 19 (UP) r0rt showed "bie steel" chalked

Former President Harry a. iju- VJ je highest sales and earnings

man charged last rugni mai me j, lts history ast year. Sales
Repubnxan Party is putting cimbed to $4,413)6,173 from $4,-

the wrager" r retracing uic 28,877,24l in 1956. Net income
number o; farmers and letting rose to $419,406,956, equal to $7.33

big business dominate tnoae s common share trom 5348,098,916

Truman Lashes Out
Al Administration,

Farm Price Program i


(UP) The Navy conducted

secret three-day search last week

end for what,. might have been a
foreign submarine lurking off the

California coast.
The Navy said the search for

the "unidentified underwater ob

ject" had negative results.
The "object" was detected by
aircraft during a routine na
exercise 50 miles northwest of
San Francisco's Golden Gate on
Thes Navy rushed 11 destroyers
from San Diego to take part in
the search: Also taking part were
the submarine Diodon; the des destroyer
troyer destroyer escort George; the Coast
Guard cutter Gresham; the mine

hunter Waxbili; three squadrons

of patrol bombers from the Ala

meda Naval Air Station and two

squadrons sent from Los Alamt Alamt-tos
tos Alamt-tos near Los Angeles.

The search ended Monday night

after the ships and planes had
scoured 225 square miles of ocean.
If thev had found the unidentifi

ed submarine, they had orders to
fire signal charges asking it tp

lott nn tho land

Truntih, in a prepared address
hfore the biennal convention of

the National Farmers Union, Tan
the gamut in putting the blame
for what he described as a four four-billion
billion four-billion dollar yearly loss, to rm
revenue on Agriculture Secretary

Ezra Taft Benson, rresioeni Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and the policy of the

Republican Party.
"Special interest people. .real .really
ly .really pull the strings in the Repub-

ncan r.rvo', e
"If you want to know who they
are, just take a look at a few fig figures.
ures. figures. Farmers' prices have
been going down, and consumer
prices have been going up, said

"The spread has been getting
larger and larger, and the farm-

a 'ers' share ot me consume

has been getting smauer mm
smaller. Now the big question is
who has been getting the differ-

ence. wnen you imu mc
to that, you will have solved the


In answering the "mystery,"

Truman said in the Democratic

administration ot is me larme

got 47 cents out ot every uuu
snent bv the consumer for. food

bought in retail stores while m
n. ttpmihlican administration of


1057 tho farmer BOl only i

IWi j
.onto nut if everv retail dollar

"t think those figures tell the

story. I think they show who pulls
the strings in the Republican
Party and in the Department of

"nn vnn trinlr thev run the De

nartmont of Agriculture for the

benefit of the farmers, or for the

meat packers and processors i
Truman asked. V

or $6.01 per share in 1956.

In his message to shareholders
Board Chairman Roger M. Blough
called 1957 a "good" year despite
lower operating rates in the latter


He noted that labor negotiations
last year did not involve large
groups of employes because of
the three-year labor agreement
between the United Steelworkers

Union and U.S. Steel, signed in

August, 1956.
The total number of strikes
against the company was 118,

against 133 in 1956. Man-hour

losses in these strikes were down

more significantly. There were
less than one million man-hours

lost in 1957, against 44 million in


Discussing steel orices Bloueh

said in its etiort to maintain

proper cost-price relationsrip for
its product "U.S. Steel ii neces necessarily
sarily necessarily limited by competitive con conditions."
ditions." conditions." The company last raised

prices on July 1, 1957 and some

rade sources look for a further

ncrease this year.


LONDON. (UP) Actress Rita

Hayworth arrived here yesterday

from New York on an extended

honeymoon with her fifth husband,

film producer James Hill. They

were married five weeks ago.

The JB Nest

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NEW YORK, Mai-ch 19 (UP) (UP)-Celanese
Celanese (UP)-Celanese Corp. of America today

announced price boosts of one to
two cents a pound on acetate fi fi-ber
ber fi-ber in staple and tow forms.



td haW' sufficient buses oti hand w The presence ot a foreign sub- t0an Assns

at the' end of the day to provict
all picknickers will transportation
back home.

nn vnnif March 19 (UP)

4ew York State's 235 Savings and

increased tneir net

marine beyond thet hree-rttile lim- S1vings by $19,572,945 in' February
it would not of itself be a hos- j -fleeting a substantial decrease
tile ae. But the Navy w o u 1 i i withdrawals, the Savings Assn.
like to have known what its mis- j ;ague said today. ,The SAL said
sion wav It would also like to -t the close of the month total
have gotten any details of its con-j. vings in these institutions had
struction and operation. i -n to a new high of $3,125,402,-

It was one of the largest sub

marine searches off California
since world war II.

V th. TTohruarv W5R Sain

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xceedirig, the February 1957 gain
y 16.7 per cent.


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AL '57 'Rookie Of Year'
Smashes Four Base Hits

'NEW YORK, March 19-(UP)-The New
yoric Yankees' American League rivals can forget
fcbout any so-called "sophomore jinx" as far as Tony

ubek is concerned.

pulski, Frank Herrera, Wally Post

and Willie Jones were the nomer

, Kubek, the league's rookie f
the year in 1957 when he played
four positions, is playing shortstop
this spring but doesn't figure to
start" the aeason there. Instead,
he's expected to take ofer at sec second
ond second base with Gil McDeugald,
nursing a sore arm now, playing
' But, regardless of where he
plays, the 22-year old native of
MilVaukee continues to swing that
'educated bat."
Yesterday, for example, he lash lashed
ed lashed out two triples and two singles
tas thp Yankees stretched their win winning
ning winning streak to five games with a
17-3 triumph over the Detroit Ti Ti-Wr
Wr Ti-Wr Wnnkie Mark Freeman, Bob

by Shantz and Zack Monroe held
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the Tigers 10 seven nus, w.u
three runs coming off Shantz.
! Kubek, who plays M poi poi-1
1 poi-1 tions except pitcher, xatehflr and
I first base, played mostly In loft
' field lo t season. That job is now
a fight between rookies Norm
I Sioborn and D o r o n Johnson,

while Casey awngei ui Mian
to form a now double playroom-

t The Chicago White Sox' four four-lame
lame four-lame wmaing streak ended when
(the Washington Senators combed
tKreo rookie pitchers for nine runs

4n four innings en route to a 10-0
Victory. Whitey Herzog had a
Single, two doubles and three runs

batted in wnue neru news
'triple, and two singles for the Nats.
Ralph Lumenti, a southpaw bonus
baby from the University of Mas Mas-sachusets,
sachusets, Mas-sachusets, worked the first six m m-nioja
nioja m-nioja f"- the Senators,
: fhe Philadelphia Phillies blast blasted!
ed! blasted! four homers off x-teammate
Harvey Haddix and whipped the
Cincinnati Redlega, 6-3. Rip Re-

hitters while rookie Ray Semp-

roch Ditched five shutout mnings

for the Phillies. Semproch now has

allowed ,nly one run a 11 exhibi

tion mnings.

Gil Hodges singled home the

winning run in the us Angeies

Dodgers' 5-4, 13-lnning win over the

Kansas City Athletics nut manag

er Walt Alston sweated it out un until
til until X-ravs disclosed no fracture to

pitcher Clem Labine's right amue.

Labme was hit by a liner on tne
bat of Bob Cerv. He left the game

but is expected back in action in

a few days

Eddie Kaski knocked in all three
runs, including the last two on a

lOth-inning single as the St. Louis

Cardinals beat the Boston nea aox,

3-2. Dave Sisler, son of the Hall

of Famer. turned in tne outstand

ing Ditching performance of the

same four perfect innings for

the Red Sox.

CUarlev Beamon and Hector

(Skinny) Brown combined to hold
the San Francisco Giants to eight

hits as the Baltimore Orioles scor

ed a 1-0 victory. (Brown, who yield

ed three hits over the last three

innings, drove in the game's only

run with an lnlieid grounaer. uar
yl Spencer had three of San Fran
rispn's hits.

The Cleveland Indians, sparked

by Fred Hatfield's two-run triple
in the fifth inning, downed the Chi

cago Cubs, 6-4, despite the fact

that Cub shortstop Ernie names

wailfraed his fifth Grapefruit horn

er. Dick Droit, a 15-game winner

as a Cub rookie last season, sut

fered a sprained ankle in a play

at the plate and will be sidelined
several days.

Wanderers Upset

Midland In Fast

Cricket Match

With two victories in as many

starts, Midland C.C., regarded as

I the dark horse of the league, came

out last Sunday in search of an

other win, and firmer grip on first


However, their opponents, wand

erers C.C. had other ideas as they

proceeded with scant ceremony to


Electing to bat first on a well

prepared wicket, Midland was
soon in dire difficulty, with wick wickets
ets wickets tumbling In rapid succession
to the pace bowling of Reyes Es Es-calona,
calona, Es-calona, who took the first t?ght
for 15 runs, and Elbert Belgrave

2 for 10. The side was all out
in one hour and 20 Minutes for

a total of only 34 runs. Top scor scorers
ers scorers were S. "Butch" Hewitt 11,

E. McKenzie 10, and "Buu- Bas

er 5 not out.

In turn, the star-studded Wand-

ereres C.C. found the going equal

ly roush as they struggled to over

take the Midland total. S. Brown

captured 3 wickets lor 16 runs,
and E. Walcott 2 for 21. With 37

runs for five wickets on the score

board the Midland club called it

a dav.

High scorers lor wanaerers
Brown 12. V. Mc-

Farlane 5, E. Roberts 8, and

L. Mortimer 6, the latter two

imifofpateri- The oDimon was ex

nrocceH hv manv of the fans that

had the Micuana Daismeu stuicu
a few more runs, the game might

won hate had a fllllerent enow

This Sunday It will be Surrey
versus Excelsior. Game time' 12:

30 p.m. at itainouw v,ny.

m :

s w

Fastlich League

. Conejos TrowJee Palomao

Second Half Standings

6 2


' Thm Coneios downed the Palo

!mas 15 to 4 yesterday. This win
huts the Conejos in a tie tor first

place with the Pumas.
The Conejos were really alive
as they got eleven hit and only
gave up four.
"Klipper was the winning pitch pitch-Mr
Mr pitch-Mr as he gave up only three bases
on balls and Struck out- five. Pa Pa-iak
iak Pa-iak started for the Palemas but
was relieved in the fifth by Aro-

Stewart was the big h.Mer for

the Conejos as he got three for
lour. The Paomas also collect collect-thvn
thvn collect-thvn home runs, one each by

Stewart, Miller and Klipper. Pa Pa-iak
iak Pa-iak was the Palomas big man as
he had a perfect day getting two

tor two.

Ocelots Take Pericos
The Ocelots won their third

game this half by downing the Pe Pericos
ricos Pericos eight to one Monday.

The Ocelots had their batting

eyes Monday as they collected
nine hits. Ammirati was their big
man as he collected two for trree,
one of which was a home run. The

Ocelots pitchers gave away only
two hits, one to Weade and one

to Cary Ness.
Ammirati was the winning pitch

er but was relieved by Bettis in
the third. Bettis was relieved by

trench in the firth. Gary Ness

started for the Pericos but was re

lieved by Bright in the sixth who

went the rest of the way.

The box score:

The box score:


Ab R H

5 1



L. French

K. Anderson


G. And

14 15 11

', Russ



D. Ness

G Wess




Ab R H
5 1 2
4 0 0
3 2 1
3 2 2
4 11
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 1 1
0 0.0
1 0 0
10 1
2 0 0
31 8 9
Ab R H
2 0 1
4 0 0
4 1 1
4 0 0
,1 04
10 0
2 0 0
0 0 0
2 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 0
1 0 0
22 1 1

It 4


Burt Lancaster
Tony Curtis in

"Sweet Smell of Success"
George Montgomery in



ZERMATT. Switzerland (UP)

Toni Mark of Austria won the

four-mile Gornergrat Derby down
hill ski race Sunday in 7 minutes

0.3 seconds, while Sonja Sperl of

Germany and EriKa Netzer of

Austria tied for first in the worn

en's category. Americans Terrv

End and Tammy Dix finished 14th

and 16th, respectively in the worn

en s race.


Braves Have What It Takes
To Repeat In National Loop
y CEO H. PETERSEN Wichita last season, also is get-
ting a shot at the job and the vet vet-BRADENTON.
BRADENTON. vet-BRADENTON. Fla. (UP)-The fan Andy Palko will be around

Milwaukee Braves appear to have t r utility duty.

what it takes to win fhe National Haney may platoon first base

League pennant again. t is year, using Jqe Adcock when

i le t-oander pitojpes against the
They have the pitching and the 1 raves, and the better-; ielding

power the combination which rank Torre when a rightie goes

m isav carried them to the i aunsr mem. There are those
world's championship. They seem vbo think Torre can beat Adcock
to, have the right balance of vet-ut of the job, making Big Joe
erans and youngsters, and unlike available in a deal for an out out-so
so out-so many championship clubs, thev lelder.

man t siana pat during the otf'


Infield All Sot

The rest of the infield will have

veteran Red Schoendiest at sec-

WINNING PISTOLEERS The four-man pistol team of the USARCARIB Military Police re receives
ceives receives the first place plaque from Brigadier General Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding
general, after winning the Panama Area annual pistol shoot at the Fort Clayton ranges
(March 11 and 12). Members of ths team, from left to right are: Sp3 Philip A. Mcintosh,
Sfc. Kenneth T. Simpson, Pfc. Harry L. Blair and Capt. Donald G. Barger, with plaque,
(U.S. Army Photo)

The Braves made a deal with.

tne Cubs, which most other man

agers called "a steal," and Ufcn- ond, Johnny Logan at short and

ager t red Haney believes it wu Mathews; at third. The Braves
improve the club. arted to click last season when i


Upsets Continue In Esso Golf

Tournament at

WMi LA 1 itnev scquired

and predict a Pennant Haneu i Tt'. ...v. il. ..n. i'i

Calls his nitrhinc 'j-rt, Vs. U'i "r."?. U,C P"Cn

in the i S'M'SaP
&P"LAn' ddil.Ma- bairns, lisIingTw BurSe,

...v.o uu itcs vuvinEion nave Hnhi InH o i

vet tn rearh thai. .-ol r""'"uu Pauu,



W Softball Team
Stretches Unbeaten
Streak To S Gaines
The unbeaten Boito W team
f the Panama Softball Leagu.
strotehod its victory streak to
eight when it downed last
place Corvoza Balboa by a 10 10-t.1
t.1 10-t.1 score at Santa Rita park

Tuesday evening.

Tho eonsoeutlvo win skoinfd

. ..,.i which had boon sot

by Mourlcio during tho

and 1957 seasons.

Another record was equalled

when Cerveia Balboa wont

jn ia s eiahth conscunv

v;i..t. to share tho dubious

JUrinetlon with the Santo Do

mingo club which set th. marx

last year.

In Tuesday's game Boito W

pounded out eight hits, two of
whkh wore homers by F rid

Morgan and pitcher eddio
Morrell, who picked up his

trird win without a setback.

Morroll allowed three safeties

Cerveceria Ladies

Golf Tournament

To Begin Tomorrow

The Cerveceria jfocional Ladies

Panama Invitational golf tourney

gets under way tomorrow.

Tee off on March 20, 21, 22 or

23' for the bieeest ladies toitrna

mint ever to be held in this area.

Qualifying round will consist of

lg holes of Medal Play at the

Gamboa Golf and Country Club

Make up your own matches for
anv nne of the above dates, girls.

Play must be in z. a. or oau

matches. No practice rounds on

qualifymg days, u.s.u.a. ruiesTor
medal nlav. as amended locally.

will govern ail piay during quau-

fvfnp rounds.

Oualitying scores win db useu

to crotm nlavers into flights with

three-nuarters handicap being al-

1 J ?Vi:.:..ll. rnnnili mill ha


18 holes of match play dunng eacn
successive week, following qualify

ing rounds until the winner ot

each fllaht is determined. U.S.G.A

rules for match play, as amend

ed locally, wfll prevail.
In case of tie for medalist, play
off will consist of 18 holes of med

al play. In case of tie in any

. i rr i : i i

matcnes. piay-un wiu pe ay auw
den death." 1

CARACAS (UP) Top-ranked
Althea Gibson of New York and

young Carol Fageros of Miami,
Fla., teamed to win the doubles
title of the Caracas International
tennis, tournament Sunday, beat beating
ing beating Maria Ester Bueno of Brazil
and Janet Hobbs of Seattle,
Wash., 6-3, 6-2.

The championship flight of the
1958 Esso golf tournament. now

being played at the Panama Golf
Club suffered several setbacks o o-ver
ver o-ver the past weekend as some of

the lever handicapped players

were knocked out of the play.

Right Field Doutbful
The only position on tho rih

which isn't set is rieht field. 'with

Bill Bruton on the doubtful list
because of knee trouble, Aaron
will shift to center. Covington will
play left.

"It might be we will have to



s the

tm three men.

Back of them he has Bob Rush,
the key player in that Cubs' deal;
Juan Pizarro, the southpaw la labelled
belled labelled as "a sure star";" Gn3
Conley, whose 9-9 record was dis disappointing
appointing disappointing last year; Bob Trow Trowbridge,
bridge, Trowbridge, who had seven victoriei
last year; and Humberto Robin-
enn no 10 mmmj i. m

malfo o rlol tl.. -. .. al, ao-gaiiie winner WHO 10-
make a deal, Haney says, "but ronto last .year.
foUtraH0eWJ?t0h WW" 1 Fr there wi &
A? m.SS' f CiUb n t0P hhnW' one of the ace b'1
Wo,u mitters stand Bob .men in the league, and young Don
5"Jlei ? "f!!! nU.P.t0 the flub McMahoh, who "I- h"

aa hit iwY -ulon wa.s,.nu world Series, that he could reljv
SSvS hf rhfif !?68, "e (t ball. Other relief posi posi-&
& posi-& A?51!' track for hiiities include Don Kaiserf oh
the third outfield berth. John De- ined from the Ch with ni

uCrl Wisconsin star ,nd. Joey Jay, back for anolhcr

At the 15th Naval District, A-

marior. Navv Chief Warrant Ofli-

rec Pat Kimbley has through his
efforts launched a program which

coujd be a spnngboara ot a move

ment that couia sweep uie

miis more than Little and Teen

Age Baseball, swimming and
more established sports.

With emphasis placed on the

present day teenagers, his pro

gram becomes more apyrciuve

and gives tne teenager an uypui uypui-tunity
tunity uypui-tunity for a wholesome recreation recreational
al recreational activity. The program does not
limit itself to either girls or
boys, but gives equal and ample
nnnnrtunitv for both in a compe

titive past time which is regular
honest-to-coodness bowling, with

strict adherance to all rules, in including
cluding including foul judges.

Harvey Beall gave Frank Mor- Jor whom the Braves paid a $75,- fcitl after winning 17 at Wichita

the number of the fair ladies in to 7u o i top 3 rt n the "hS u" rZLX pl

and 2. Raul Arango, with a two- i 33 games with the team watski. Bob Taylor probably wfll"
stroke advantage over Babb won 1 at season it looks 'ike he will te sent out for the St i
out by a score of 1 up, while Leo-1 3 sent out for experience. i All in all the Braves" outlook
nard, taking tWp strokes from, Ray Shearer, who hit .316 at is

novo Wastman ome thrAnoh with I uuc.

a 4 and 3 victory.

The admirers of the league

claim that it is the first of its

kind in the history of Fort Ama

dor. The writer will go further
and state that to his knowledge
it is the first teenage bowling
league in the Canal Zone, let a a-lone
lone a-lone Amador.
This Amador Teenager Bowling
leasue consist of teenage depend

ents of tne wavy. Army, Marine
and Civilian personnel residing in
Amador. Spreaking of unification

of services, this is it. aacn ot tne
six teams has four members and
there are both girls and boys on
its roster.

The cirls share with the boys

team leadership because on two

of the six teams, captains, are

girls and this is in proportion to

the leaeue.

Every Friday night tne six
teams sauare off and strive to

imitate adult leagues. In some re respects
spects respects the adults could learn from
these youngsters. As the weeks
go by, the teenagers arc grasp grasping
ing grasping more and more the finer
points of bowling technique and
some of these teeners display ta

lent and promise in becoming top

notch bowlers.

The leaeue has field its appli

cation to the Junior Bowling Con

gress for its sanction. Also in a a-dult
dult a-dult style, the teenagers will at
the conclusion of the league, May
2, have the usual bowling league
party and trophy awarding cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. The only thing missing
will be some of the hard stuff
which very often appears at a a-dults
dults a-dults affairs.
The teeners have their own of officers,
ficers, officers, Jerry Sullivan is the Prex Prex-v.
v. Prex-v. Judy Sullivan the secretary,

and Jane 'Miller is Miss Bags ra rain
in rain olain language 'the Treasurer.

Only aautt invoivea is wvu rai
Kimbley, who sort of oversees the
whole operation. His official title

is Sponsor, but he acts as coordi

nator, referee, coach, scorer or
whatever would be required to

make the league a success.

Present Standing of Teams

Team Captain W L
Pin SoUtters Larry Dial 19 13

Pin Boys C. Concannon 17 15
Cherry Pickers J. Sullivvan 16 16
Rockets Judy Sullivan 16 16
Aces Dennis Baus 15 17
Ghosts Patty Andres 19 19

Complete results of the second
round in the championship flight
of the tournament were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Arango beat Babb 1 up.

Leanard deteated Westman 4
and 3.
Beall beat Morrice 3 and 2.
Dr. Ma,ssot defeated C. Arose Arosemena
mena Arosemena Default).
Saarinen beat A. Arias 1 up.
Moran' defeated DesLondes 4 and


Kosick beat Martins; 1 up.
Gracy defeated Muller 2 and 1.
In the first flight play results
A de Mena won over Gleichman
1 up.
Hattler eliminated C. Kline 1
Doel defeated Halman 1 up.
Baumgardner beat Ruup 2 and


Chandler eliminated Berger 1


Jorge Boyd defeated de J anon

and l.

J. Westman beat Kaplan 4 and


Shaw eliminated Kascher 2 and

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Not Enough To Win Relays






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It was predicted, that Albrook
Flyers would take a slim lead in

the field events in the Balboa Re

lays, not enough to be the big fac

tor in the wumlng of the Relays.
All the teams that are anv threat

to the supremacy of the Flyers are

still well within striking distance

irom uic anticipated results m

the shot, discuss, broad j u'm p,

nign jump, and pole vault.

Al Guidet, Albrook coach and
sprinter, has never Won the Re

lays 100, and there is nothing more

he would like to do: He is very

consistent tn the 10.1-10.2 catego category,
ry, category, but that isn't eoine to be en

ough to win this year. John Cha

plin on the other times, but rlgnt

now it looks as though unapnn is

a bit faster.

In the consolation flieht. sever

al defaults were registered due
to trips of players to points away

from the Isthmus. Results in the

consolation round of the cham
pionshio flieht were:

Kmkle defeated Corsale 1 up.
LeBrun beat Moreno 1 up.

Torres eliminated Plaia De


Arman defeated Dalton (De


Walker beat Morris (Default).
E. De la Guardia Jr. eliminat

ed Livelv (Default).

F. Baldwin defeated Landon 2

and 1.

Kade heat Elich 1 up.

In the consolation round of the

list flight, results were as fol


Tama eliminated J. Valdes 3

and ?..

Willis defeated Cain 3 and 2.
M. Monzo beat Ramagoza. (De


R. Bovd eliminated Heutematle


Harrington defeated Swenson

and 2.

sosa neat Kicnardson defeauin

Duran eliminated Alertian (De


Anad defeated Wilver 5 and 4

. All players plaving in all flight
must complete their next round

of play not later than Sunday

Scores should be posted on the

tournament sheet by the winning
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The boy who is going to take

all, however, is the slim speed

ster irom the A.C., Henry Jones

This will mean the dethrownihg
of the defending champ, Charlie

trench from BHS. French, both

ered with a bad leg most of the

season, will battle it out with Ted

Anemone of Albrook and Carl Tut-

tle of the A.C. for the fourth spot.

The order of finish m what might
be the closest race of the entire

meet will be: 1. Jones (A.C), 2.

Chaplin (Ft. Clayton), 3. Guidet

(Albrook), 4. French (IBHS) Time:

Albrook, favorite to win the
meet handily, has the most

strength in the high hurdles, where

t'ley should get he firs 2 posi
tions. Danny Mescall as been vir

tually undefeated in local compe

tition for 3 years, and there is no

reason to? believe he will be upset
this week, end. His closest compe

tition will come; trom his team
mate, John Clark.

Clark is probably the most ver versatile
satile versatile athlete competing, and will
give Mescall a good run for the
money. There have been rumors

-going around that Art Perkins of

the A.C. and Howard Forman of
Ft. Amador will beat both Mes Mescall
call Mescall and Clark, but this cornor
doubts it. At any rate these four
seem to have too much for the top
school boy hurdlers, Bill Gibson

of CHS and Carl Toothman of BHS,
It will be: 1. Mescall (Albrook),
2. Clark (Albrook), 3. Forman (Ft.
Amador), 4. Perkins (A.C.) Time:
Jim Heinzman will have the bat

tle of his running life on his hands
in the mile when he matches
strikes and strategy with canny

Eddie O'Connel of the A.C u

Connell has many races under his

belt, and if the outcome depends
on the past experience he will win,
but right now it looks like Heinz Heinzman
man Heinzman will be too fir in front to

make this the deciding factor

'i Snwlers, Cristobal's y.oung

miler. would ordinarily be figur

tu Wkhi up there, but a recent ill illness
ness illness has kept him from practice
for the oast 2 weeks, and it is

doubful if he will be in the type

of rnndition for this rugged com competition.
petition. competition. For this reason, Abe La La-L..ssie.
L..ssie. La-L..ssie. Balboa mller. will be far

ored for the third spot, even though

Sanders has defeated him once

this year.
At the tape it will be: 1. Heinz Heinzman
man Heinzman (Albrook), 2. O'Connel (AC).

Lagassie (BHS), and 4. Sanders

(CHS) Time: 4:46.3
In the 3 individual track events
there are a possible 33 points. Al Albrook
brook Albrook will garter 15 of these and
now the difference begins to show.
The A.C will pick up 9, BHS and
Ft. Clayton 3, Ft. Amador 2, and
CHS 1. Team scores with all but;
the 5 relays will stand: It Albrook
27), 2. A.C. (18 3-4), 3. CHS (11),
4. IBHS (10 1-4), 5. JC (7 3-4), 5.
Ft. Clayton (7 1-4), 7. Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador (6).
Tickets for the Balboa Relays
can be purchased after 7 p.m. at
the Balboa Service Center, or at
the Stadium gate the nights of the
meet. Field event and prelimina preliminaries
ries preliminaries in the track events will start
as erfrV as 6:30, opening ceremo

ny at Friday at 7:15, and the

first of the final events at 7:30

both nights.

(10 Innings)
St, Louis (N) 000-010-000-23-41
Boston (A 000-000-001-1-2 -9-1
Barnes, R. Blaylock (6), Clark'
(10)sand Green; Sisler, Susce (5),
WalUMi R. Smjth (10) and Da Daley.
ley. Daley. WP-R. Balyfock. LP-R. Smith.
Detroit (A) 00-003-000-370

New York (A) 12OrJrXr-7-l0-3

Earsen, Aeuirre 45), Rizman
(7) and Hegan;' Freeman, Shantz
(5). Monroe (8) and Howard. WP-

Freeman. LP-Lary.


' 010-006-201-7-4

Chicago (A) 000-000-80-0-5r4l

ps rascuai r; ana iouti-

ney; wynn, ijaiman nuay

(6), reapfs (81. ana caraey. wr-


Cincinnati (N)

000-002-010 3 7 o

Philadelphia (N)

Z10-20U-1UX (
Haddix, Wieland (5) and B,ur B,ur-gess,
gess, B,ur-gess, Dotterer (8): Semproch,

Green (8); Lipetri (8) and Lopa Lopa-to,
to, Lopa-to, Lonnett (9). WP-Semptoch. LP
Haddix. HRS.Repulski, Herrera,
Post, Jones.


Spokane (PCL)

iiq-oou-oo z s 2
Dodjers "B" (N)
Sackey, Daviault (5), Patrick
(8) and Koranda, Brunley (2), Bot Bottler
tler Bottler (8); Williams,-Negray (4),
Mauriello if) and N. Sherry, W


page nvhi'
Oscar Robertson Chosen UP. 'Basketball Player Of Yeaf
1st Sophomore
Ever To Win
What Happened to the Irish?'
Gets Oscar Fraley's Answer


Annual Award

NEW YORK (UP)-Oscar Rob Robertson,"
ertson," Robertson," the University of Cincin Cincinnati's
nati's Cincinnati's 18-year-old whiz kid, today
became the first sophomore ever
to be chosen Basketball Player of
the Year the annual United
Press poll.
In a vote of 251 sports writers
and sportscasters, Robertson, the
leading scorer m major college

ranks, .eceived 123 votes as the

best player in tne business tmi
Elgin Baylor of Seattle was runner-up
with 55 votes, followed by
Dave Gambee of Oregon Stat
with 12, Guy Rodgers of Temple
with JO, Don Hennon of Pittsburgh
with 8 and Bailey Howell of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State with 5. Wilt Cham Chamberlain
berlain Chamberlain of Kansas and Pete, Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan of North Carolina each had
four votes.
It was the second honor for

Robertson in the past week. Last
Wednesday he became the third
sophomore ever named to the

United Press All-America team.

TOMMY MrfKEOWN, BHS's moat Versatile middle distance run runner,
ner, runner, Is telling Baiboa Relays Queen Sis Paige .how he plans to
make his bid for the tape, coming into the final .turn,. Mc Mc-Keown
Keown Mc-Keown will see duty on at least two of the Bulldog? relay
teems this weekend.


TAMPA, f la., t News from the
Indians' camp in Tucson Was
heartening. Herb Score's vision
was going to be all right. Possibly
as good as ever. There was even
talk he would pitch the opening
Early Wymr, wearing a wind
breaker inside a rough, heavy flan
nel shirt, had just completed a lap
around the park here, and his
breath was coming in labored

"I saW Score a couple of months,

ago in Cleveland ana l was pret pretty
ty pretty certain then he was gding to
make it. He was seeing clearly
and I could tell, talking Withihim,
his confidence hadn't been shak shaken."
en." shaken." Wynn was on the fle'd last May
when a whistling line drive off Gil
McPougald's bat crashed' into the
i young left-hander's right eye;
"He never saw the ball at all,
so, of course, he had no chance
to block it with his glove, or even
to duck."
Score is a speedball. pitcher and
like most of the species, his fol follow
low follow through, an aid to leverage is
an elaborate thing. Equilibrium is
thus sacrificed to speed and, as a
consequence, the pitcher, for sec seconds,
onds, seconds, will o!ten lose sight com completely
pletely completely of the plate, action.
"That's true" nodded Wynn,
now, a member of the White Sox
staff, "but all pitchers lose sight
of the plate momentarily after the

pitch. When a pitcher transfers




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his weight to th othar foet, the
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focus out of line. That's how I get
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Bloody hut Unbowed

, The Indians were playing Wash Washington
ington Washington when Jose Valdivieso rilled
a liner down the middle that rip ripped
ped ripped the fleshy part of Wynn's chin,
necessitating surgical needling, a
dozen or so stitches.

I got a fleeting glimpse of the

Bob Hansen Hurls
Albrook To 5-0
Win Over Clarion
The Albrook Flyers took advant advantage
age advantage of two wild spells on the part
of Fort Clayton pitcher Joe Scbu Scbu-frittf
frittf Scbu-frittf to grind out a 5-0 win at Beam
Stadium Monday night.
In the second pining Albrook

combined esse hit willi eoe Clay Clayton
ton Clayton error and three bases on balls
to take i 2-0 lead. The Flyers sew sewed
ed sewed the game up in the fifth canto
by virtue of three runs on one hit.
three bases onfalls and'four wild
pitches. '
f 4tbn's one b scoring chance

came in the second inning with
runners on first and third and one
out. Schufriti, batting at the time,
got hold of a line drive down the

third base une; t iyer wira sc
Tji.-i, r.J.rill, mods Vwaii-

&'&bef0ltI. VM-int.? didn't ftifui stab and doubled the runner

off third to kill the threat.

Bobby 'tanker paced the Flyer
hitters with two safeties; Bill Rea Rea-vis
vis Rea-vis banaed out two hits to lead

the Cavaliers.

Rom micners weni me route

with Bob Hansen of Albrook allow

ing six hits to pick up his sixth
win in nine decisions. Schufrtz. suf

fered his sixth loss in eight deci

sions while giving up three nits.
Archer To Protest
Split Decision
Favoring Gorman
1 new YORK (UP) Welter

weight Jimmy Archer planned to
protest today to the State Athletic
Commission against the split de decision
cision decision favoring Johnny Gorman

after their TV fight at St. Mono-
Ino Amino Mnnriav niffht.

. Mike Snyder, manager Of New
Vrtrkcr Jlmniv. protested at the

rintiide teDan Dowd, the com

mission's executive secretary. But
Dowd told him to take his po potest
test potest to Chairman Julius Helfand


"That's exactly what I'll do,"

sajd-Sflyder. "it was lmpossmie

Idr Archei to lose alter nooring

Gorman tvpee in the early .rouses

and forcirfg the action tnrougn
nut n

doU of six writers

it rineside favored Gorman of

Brooklyn, 4-2. The United Press
hH riorman winning- on a round

basis, 5-3-2. Meanwhile m a fc h h-maker
maker h-maker Irving Cohen is. trying to

..r.riv return doui at. oi.

Nirlc's in Awnl.

underdog, was

floored once each m tle first and

Uecond sessions; bu he came on

u,ith nns lett laos anu

righta to win the votes of referee
-Ray Miller, MH, and judge ftffl
wrCt s-4-l. The other Judge,

i r t i p Schwartz, had Archer

1. A v w
ahead, 5-4-1.


HANDGUN EXPERT Specialist Third Class Philip A. Mcintosh, high individual scorer of
the Panama Area pistol, matches conducted on the Fort Clayton ranges Tuesday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday (March It and 12) receives congratulations from Brig. oen. Milton L. Ogden, USARCARIB
deputy commanding general, while Capt. Joseph p. P. Bednarz and M8gt. Gerald O. Stokes,
second and third place winners respectively, a wait their turn to meet the general.
(U.S. Army Photo)

nave ume xo Dring my glove up
high or quick enough to protect

Pitching is the most dangerous
work in' the -game, especial y in
these days of the hot-rod baseball'.
On the big league firing line for
16 years. Wynn must have had
his full quota of close, chilling
"The one with Valdiviesp was
the worst. And actually that one
wasn't too bad, Al Lopez (Indians'
manager at the time) wanted to
take me out but I kept insisting I
was OK. Finally, he said, 'Well,
if you are wipe that red stu'f off
your chin, so you won't look so un untidy!"
tidy!" untidy!" ... It wasn't until then that
I realized the ball had torn through
my skin." 1
Wynn couldn't say how often
he's been hit ... "MSybe 20 or 30
times. On the shins, legs, arms,
shoulders, once in the neck and a
couple of times I've had my cap
twisted clear around. As long as

you manage to get a glimpse of

tne Dan aijer it leaves the bat,
chances are you'll break the force,
even if you don'te scape altogeth altogether."
er." altogether."
An articulate, inlUligent, reHec reHec-tive
tive reHec-tive man, Wynn still recalls with
we the time Dale Mitchei, of the
Indians, hit Alex Kellner of the
Connie Mack Athletics in the mid middle
dle middle of the forehead ... "The ball
bounded sharply off Kellner's skull

high in the air to the left of first

base, and then rolled deep into
right field. Mitchell got extra bas-

es. AL Kellner got was a mild

headache." Amazing.
Considering the length of time
he's, been around it was inevitable
that at one period or another Wynn
would have found himself a team teammate
mate teammate of the peregrinating Bobo
Newsom,. It was in Washington
that their professional paths cross crossed.
ed. crossed. "Newsom had his own way jof
defending against the drive down
the middle, flejd come a 1 the way
around with his "delivery, bend ov over
er over and of 'er his backside as a tar target,
get, target, They tell me Dizzy Dean was
so impressed with this intresting
technique he adopted it himself."
Wynn vs. the Yanks
An influential factor in the trad

which brought Wynn to the White
Sox is 4he success he has ha"d in
beating the Yankees through the
years. .Would the gentleman mind
revealing his formula?
"The truth is they beat me al almost
most almost as often as I, beat them. No
pitchet- makes a practice of beat beating
ing beating them. I've read that I concen concentrate
trate concentrate mostly on Mantle and Berra.
That's, absurd. A- pitcher who

doesn't concentrate on every hit

ter is In for trouble.
"This much I will admit. I get
more satisfaction out.o beating
the Ifankees than any other club.
You might say I beat them with
my 'ego pitch.' Beating them does
something fc my vanity. It Isn't
that I cpnsclousiy try harder a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst them than. aav. the Sena.

tors or Athletics; the challenge is
just greater,
"Maybe it's the same in other
sports. Like beating Notre Dame
at football, or Gary Middlecoff at
golf. I imagine Eddie Arcaro can't
Help hut feM more stimulated rid riding
ing riding In the Derby than in a lesser
race. I guess it comes down to
this: You like to beat the best."
At 38, Early Wynn -200 -pound

prldp of Hartford, Ala., is an old

pro in more ways than one



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Kamensky, Oi Russia Won the Holl Holl-,,n.irniipn
,,n.irniipn Holl-,,n.irniipn ski iumD Norway s

xnvotoH snots tronhv Sun

day while Asten Samuelsttuen 4'

SteamDoat Bprinsn,
37th. Tormpd Knutsen of Norway
won the combined title with Al Alfred
fred Alfred Vimfelette of Highland Falls,

N.Y., fuustung law.

NEW YORK (UP) Andrew
Vaughan, Who coached fpotoall,
basketball and track St Ohio and
New Jersey high schools, has
been named Jreshman track and
field coach the City College yf
New York.

Military Police Team Wins

US ArCctrib Pistol Matches

NEW YORK (UP) Who was

the sporting spalpeen with the

temerity to ask "What happened

to the Irish?
When it comes to muscles, me

bye. the answer is "nothing." The

sons of the ouid sod are as wide widespread
spread widespread and wonderful as ever.

This mdeed, a. great day and a

great era.

There's no need to take a Tip-

perary rifle to the doubters. It's
burying them, you can be doing,
with a host of the finest Gaehc

handles ever to grace the athletic


Look at baseball, now, and the

fine strapping lads twinging ma major
jor major league shillelaghs. Oh, fine,
iine boys Briggs, Brosnan,

ounce, Brady and Wieo Carey
and Conley; Daley rnd Dono

van; Flanigan. and Fiaigan and

riooa; rarreu, Gorman, Meant
and Keegan; Kelly and Kelley;
Lynch, O'Brien, O'Connell and
O'Toole; Mann, McMahon and
Powers, and Kiely, Smith and

Muscles A-Planty
So it's muscles you're wanting:

Itow, now, for Parry O'Brien, far-

tier than who no man ever threw
tie shot, or hammer man Hal

tonnouy. ror speed of foot and

soundness of wind, take a look at

j'.on Delany, Tom Murgjhy, John
J. Kelley and that leaping mar marvel,
vel, marvel, Brendan O'Reilly.

Fighting, they would tell you. is

a lost art among those who hold
the patent. Look to a young wel welterweight
terweight welterweight named Mickey Craw

ford and mere are such, too. as

Pat McMurtry. Frankle Rvff.

Tommy Kelly and Jim and Joey


More muscles and grit can be

had among those in football.

A snapshooting Military Police

pistol team, sparked by tha ac accurate
curate accurate gun of Sp3 Philip A. .Mc .Mcintosh,
intosh, .Mcintosh, fired an aggregate score

oi iuoi x JL2W to iaae wp laureis
in the annual U.S. Army Carib

bean niitm matches held last Tues

day and Wednesday (March 11 and

12) at the Fort Clayton p i s t o i

Individual medals and team tro

phies were awarded respective

winners Thursdsy afternoon by

iBrlg. Hen. Milton L. Ogden, depu

ty commanding general oi UaAA-Carib.,

The versatile policemen bested
by 25 points the 1st Battle Group

of the 20th infantry Regiment,
Fort Kobhe, which placed second

in team competition with 976. A
team froih the USARCarib School,
Fort Gulick, trailed in. last with


Sp. Mcintosh, In addition to fir

ing individual aggregate of 812 x

1200 to pave the way for the win winning
ning winning MP's foursometopped two
other first place medals and one
third. He garnered a 195 x 200 in
the Timed Fire match, and a 268
x 300 in the National Match
Course. He posted a 173 x 200 as
a third place winner in the Slow
Fire match;
The win entitles the USARCarib
MP team to compete against the
best handgunmen of the Navy,
Marines and Air Force, in the
Caribbean shoot to be held at the
Clayton ranges during the latter
part of April, and, in addition, a
chance to represent USARCarib in
the All-Army matches at Fort Ben Ben-ning,
ning, Ben-ning, Ga., in May and June. High
individual shooters of the Fort
Benning matches wilL represent
the Army in the All-Army match matches
es matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, in Au August
gust August and September.
The Gold team of the 20th hv
fantry, winners of fast year's US USARCarib
ARCarib USARCarib shoot with s 1018 x 1200,
carried the command's colors to
the 1&7 All-Army.
When addressing the group of
eontestants at the sward ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony Gen. Ogden told them: "The
effectiveness of a soldier, from
the lowest rank to general officer,
with his basic weapon, forecasts
his qualities for being a success.
A complete rundown of scores
Match. No. If.
Course of fire--Slow fire, 50 yards.
Capt. Joseph P. Bednarz 175 x 200
Sp2 Robert K. Baugh 17' x 200
Sp3 Philip A. Mcintosh 173 x 200
Match No. 8
Course of fire Time fire, 25 yds.
Sp3 Philip A. Mcintosh 195 x 200
Capt. Donald G. Sarger 187 x 200
M-Sgt. Gerald Stokes 187 x 200

Match Ne. f

Course of fire Rapid fire, 25 yds.

Sp2 Robert K. Baugh 180 x 200
Capt. Joseph P. Bednarz 179 x 200
Sgt. Juan Perez-Perez 170 x 200
Match Ne. 10
Course of fire Slow fire, 50 yds.
Sp3 Philip A. Mcintosh 268 x 300

Ckpt. Joseph P. Bednarz 265, x 300

M-sgt, oeraid stokes 263 x 300
Match Ne. 11

Course of fire Aggregate of

matches 7, 8, 9, and, 10.

Sp3 Philip: Mcintosh 812 x 1200
Capt. Joseph P. Bednarz 802 x 1200

M-Sgt. Gerald Stokes 796x1200

Team Competition
USARCarib Military Palic

Capt. Donald G. Barger 261x300

Sfc. Kenneth T. Simnson 224 x son

Sp3 Philip A. Mcintosh 277x300

Pfc. Harp? L. Blair 239 x 300

1st BO, 20th Infantry

M-Sgt. Gerald G. Stones 262 x 300

Sp2 Robert K. Baugh 260 x 300

Sp3 Harley R. Sykes 232x300

Sp3 John A. Trudall 222 x 300

USARCarib School

M-Sgt. John Borgstrom 253 jc 300

M-Sgt. William A- Cox 220 x 300

Sgt. Lowell E. Enckson 224 x 300
Sgt. Jose Garcia-Ocasio 233x300

There's Art Donovan, an ail-

league tackle; Tommy O'Connell,
who waH only the league's best
passer, and a broth of a boy at
tackle named Mike MeCormack.

It's the wind of a William Jen.

nings Bryan you need for basket basket-baL
baL basket-baL So in the colleges you have

the luces of Fete Brennan, Tom Tommy
my Tommy Kearns, Jack Powers and Jfag)
Cunningham, while among tha
proa there are such as Brendan
McCann, Richie Regan, DicK Mc Mc-Guire,
Guire, Mc-Guire, Corky Devlin, Richie Guer Guer-in,
in, Guer-in, Pat Dunn, Jack McMahon, Ed

lonun ana Larry uosteuo.
Hear Mere ef Hogan
Golf will never get over man

named Ben Hogan, of whom you'll

be hearing more right soon, plus
a likeable lad named Jackie
Burke. And who put Philomena

Garvey of Dublin holds th Brit

ish Women's amateur titlee

In skiing, the U.S. slalom cham champion
pion champion is one Thomas Corcoran
and why don't somebody ask
"What happened to the Scindina-
The four-wall handball king is
Bob Brady, wrestling has a true
champion in Terry McCsnn and
hockey gives you such as Larry
Regan, Red Suliivan, Ron Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Red Kelly and Tom McCar McCarthy.
thy. McCarthy. And who but Sunny Jim FUz
simmons, 83 though he be, still
is the top trainer of them all?
Mickey Walsh is a leading train trainer
er trainer of jumpers and his nephew,
Tommy, cut from the fine wld
is one of the leading riders.
What happened to the Irish, in indeed.
deed. indeed. And, if you're still not satisfied,
sn Irish setter was in the best-of-show
finals at Westminster
and a horse named Silky Sullivan
is picked to Win the Kentucky
Derby. Erin go bragh, and past'
the bushmills.




tht 116 ironing
aid in f ho box.

round bout scheduled tonight, be between
tween between third-ranking lightweight
contender Ralph Dupas bf New
Orleans and Ramon Fuentes o'
Los Angeles has been postponed
because Dupas has a sore throat
and low blood pressure.

Happened to .
r"iff CaiitBi Mnhnmnra at Tll-

'line in 1930, won the national col col-hgiate
hgiate col-hgiate tennir chanalOnship and
bounded into America 'x first-10 m
lis first try at the big time. He

repeated as collegiate cnamp in
1332 and that same year attained
tha ItirrliActt natinnftl fanlrintf ftf his

HW BlUB. .UMWHI. W, ...... ft X
five straight years in the top W

No. 3. ciin naa an. ej oruess
game with smooth, flowing
strokes but lack of power and

daring in an era of the "big
U kin U.. nil

amv kci jm Alum guiug a,
the way.

Whatever hanpene to Cliff Sut Sutter?
ter? Sutter? Now 47. he is vi( nresi-

dent of one oi New York's largest
advertising agencies.


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be itch cotrag. Information call
4319, Balboa.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. On mile past the
Caiino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceansiae Cottage
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartment!
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT Modem ocean
view 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom,
aemi-furnished house. Exclusive
residential neighborhood. Gar Garden,
den, Garden, terrace, hot water, maid's
quarters. Panama 3-3319.
FOR RENT Beautiful resi residence
dence residence of three bedrooms, three
bathrooms, maid's room, living
loom, dining room, kitchen,
open porch, terrace, hot water,
big patio all fenced, screened
window with Venetian blinds.
For immediate occupancy. Pref Preferable
erable Preferable American family. If inter interested
ested interested phone 2 3145 Panama.
FOR RENT Penthouse, nice
view, three bedrooms, terrace
etc. For information call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4641 during office
FOR RENT Boquete three
bedroom furnished house, elec electrically
trically electrically equipped, kitchen uten utensils,
sils, utensils, dishes.- $80.00 for lest
three weeks of April, weekly
$35.00. Telephone 3-0943.
FOR RENT Large bright fur furnished
nished furnished room, semi-private bath
near Bella Vista Theater. Con Convenient
venient Convenient transportation. Panama
East German Reds
Punish Students
For Kissing Spree
BERLIN, March 19 (UP) East
German Communists today dis disclosed
closed disclosed the expulsion of a number
of students from East Berlin's
College of Fine and Applied Arts
'for indulging in such "decadent
Ibouregois amusements" as kiss kissing,
ing, kissing, dancing and near-nudifr.
In additiori, all Western liars,
movies and other entertainnr
spots were placed off limits to the
entire student body.
The students were told they
could no longer visit West Berlin
for "wild west times with taxi
girls." The Communists said they
could spend their time more prof
itably by working in lactones.
The drastic disciplinary mea
sures, growing out of a costume
oartv to celebrate carnival, the
'n i.ontpn rjeriod known as
'fochin" in Germany, were dis
'. closed today by the Communist
Party newspaper Neues Deutsch-
It said a meeting of the students
was called March 12 by the Com Communist
munist Communist Youth Organization whe
charged some of the party-goers
took off too many clothes.
Girls were "half-dressed or
wore "skin-tight sweaters with
tight black pants," the Youth Or Organization
ganization Organization said. Even worse, boys
.-J ..ifl. Hanrprl to rock n roll
jid kissed and necked in dark
American Consul
. In Colon Lists
New Work Hours
Effective tomorrow, the Ame American
rican American Consulate in Colon will have
a new working schedule.
For the benefit of those who for
gome reason or other have to deal
with the American Cbnsulate in
'Colon, Consul Brainbridfie Davis
has announced the following work work-ling
ling work-ling hours: 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon
and 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m..
I NEW YORK, March 19 (UP) (UP)-Current
Current (UP)-Current order bf"kln for Gener-
Jil Bronze Corp. is 33 million dol dol-?rs
?rs dol-?rs an increase of 150 per cent
Jover a year ago. President A.S.
8nh!r ?nnoun""l today. In a
implement tn bis annual report
f stockholders b predicted that
he company wi" reach new
po-ks in bookings dunng 1358
with "a sharp upswing" in the
'if'rm's activitv in the fields of
e'ectronics and architectural met met-Al
Al met-Al fabrication.
Reeistc-e Trademark
Local Representative
"ITaTpowell, s. a.
Tel. 74.106 Apartado 19!)




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Catholic Church
Under Martyrdom,
Pope Pius Slates
UP) Pope Pius XII said that
the Roman Catholic Church today
is still going through "martyrr
dom" amid a furious "mud-shng
ing" campaign of vilification.
But the 82-year-old pontiff, in a
Generally optimistic address to
more than 100,000 Catholic Action
youths in sun-lit St. Peter's
square, said that the worm was
eme.rein from a nark and bitter
winter into a bright and splendid
"As in all springs, so in the Im Imminent
minent Imminent spring, there will be no
lack of wind"!, and storms, the
Pone said. "The church has not
ended its martyrdom and in these
days faces, unarmed and fearless
as always, the furious assault of
those who attempted to strike it
with rnMienant insinuations, with
'-su'tinj suspicion and often even
i-y throwi"? mud on its spotless
The Pontiff, sneaking from a
red-velvet covered podium at the
top of the massive stor sfeos
leadin" to St. Peter's basilica, an-
narentlv referrod to a current bit bitter
ter bitter anti-cleric il camnaieh by com
m'mists -"d teir follower enitn-
ed with their electioneering
claims of church interference in
Italian state affairs.
BERLIN, MarcB 19 (UP) A
Communist court has sentenced
Kurt Decker, president of the
East Berlin Railway System, to
two and one-half years in jail for
drunken driving, an East Berlin
newspaper said today.
National Zeitune said the rnurf
If-urnd Decker was intoxicated
I Feb. 5 when he smashed his car
in an East Berlin traf ic accident
I "nd killed two persons riding with
r m.
cidental deaths last year, paced
by highway slaughter, totaled
Isome 200 more than in 1056,
1 reports the National Safety
I Council. But because of popu population
lation population increase the rate was
down to an all-time low of S5.8
jper 100,000. Nevertheless, one
out of every 18 persons in the
U.S. suffered a duabiing injury
in !S.i7. The esUTn.ted f ..lohomic
'.. i'.cm n-j.'c.-n,' bah frl-l
r.:id ncn-fata!, was put at almost
12 billion dollars.

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dro Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
FOR SALE; I9S0 Buick Dy Dy-naflow
naflow Dy-naflow 2 -tone, new tires, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, new
battery. A bargain at $350.00.
Call Panama 3-0826.
FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet
Pickup Vs ton. May b seen at
Coroxal Motor Pool 8 a.m. to
1 1 a.m. or at house 2061 Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu after 4 a.m.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford, 4 4-door
door 4-door hardtop, Fordomatie, power
steering, radio, heater, 14,000
miles. $1500. Call Kobbe 5125.
FOR SALE 1953 Packard 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, two-tone, leather uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, white walls,' signal lights,
Excellent transportation. Call 83 83-6252
6252 83-6252 after 4:00 p.m. Any time
Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE Leaving Isthmus
1953 Chevrolet 210 Styline,
one owner. Standard shift $500. $500.-00.
00. $500.-00. Curundu 83-2183, Balboa
Will pay spot cash for good lata
model cars. Phone all day, Pan Panama
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Z canon.
rCT CAMS'- a
Model V
With F 1.2 Lena
l. Hll
Panama N. fork Colon
f 1 1 1
temperature of the sun
. only $32.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2316
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NI'W
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Government Employers Finance Co.
Panama City.
Phone 3-49S4 3-4085
if March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
Batista Denies
Newsmen Menaced
With Reprisals
HAVANA, March 19 (UP -President
Kulgencio Batista today
said charaes by the Inter-Ameri
can Press Association (IAPA) that
newspapermen who are op opposed
posed opposed his government were being
threatened with reprisals anl
even death were "total'y false."
The president admitted that
newspapers, in accordance witn
his decree of March 12, were
subject to censorship but he said
newspapermen never had been
"threatened or persecuted."
Batista and Interior
Ramon Jimenez Maceda con
ferred on the- charges made
against the government yesterday
bv John T. O'Rourke, editor of
tne wasningion uaiiy news ana.
president of IAPA, that "Cuban
nntirnnnarmA:) in t-tsvana nra ro. :
11c n apoti im. a. v una v
ceiving death threats from gov
ernment sources in
Havana as
weU as threats that their news
papers and properties will be de-
The associaUon said six Cuban
newspapermen had been threat ao ar anu unc ut uicui, oci-
g o Carfco, editor nd publisher of
Prensa Libre of Havana, had been
orced to leave tuoa lor Miami,

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- tin ot July Ave. A J at LEWIS
HrtiisrHOi ri rrnuimlli olal
Home Articles
FOR SALE Fully automatic
washing machine; double bed
with box spring and mattress.
Call Curundu 5231.
FOR SALE Television set
RCA Victor 21 inches $90.00
45 street No. 4 102.
FOR SALE Crib with mattress,
radio-phonograph Zenith table
model, short and long wave.
Phone Balboa 2-4206.
FOR SALE Crib, high chair,
play pen. All in good condition.
Phone 3-2940.
TURIN, Italy (UP)-' A Turin
court of appeals has ordered a
vermouth firm to pay movie
queen Gma Lollobngida $1,600
damages for using a picture of
her lor publicity purposes without
her permission. The picture,
which showed (imo sipping a
Sroduct of the firm, was pub pub-shed
shed pub-shed in two magazines.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., March
19 (UP)- The Bridgeport Com
mon Council last night voted its
approval of the new sack look for
AH 15 members approved a res
clution complimenting American
'omen on their "good judgment"
ii selectingVhat they wear.

RtiMH HST I lie'' 'm
1 .iXi-f iijaatrMal! B'

CALL OF THE OPEN ROAD Mrs. Fern Wood, 60-year-old
grandmother from Escondido, Calif., is shown in New York's
Times .(Square at the start of a hitchhiking tour to the Mardl
Gras festivities ift New Orleans. Mrs. Wood, a widow, mother
of 12 and grandmother of 32, has coverdd aU of the northern
hemisphere since she began hitchhiking, four years ago. Be Between
tween Between touring sprees she works as i practical nurse and oh a
book she is writing about her experiences.

Sheboygan Homes Strafed

With Shells
SHF.ROYGAN. Wis.. March 19
fUPl An Air Force investigate
team announced today that shell
fired from the cannon of a B4.
iet bomber strafed 1 homes an
streets in the Sheboygan area last
The strafing took place without
the knowledge 0 the three-man
crew flying the Lockbourne Air
Force Base bomber, the Air
Force said..
The bomber had been firing at
a target range in Lake Michigan
J nines southeast ot Sreboygan,
.. 1 : j ,i ,lL
tne announcemeni saiu. 11 meor-
ized that the rounds lett the bom
ber's 20-millimeter cannon after.
it had flown from the firing
The Air Force sent a team of
investigators, headed by Brig.
Gen. Donald W. Saunders 0, the
Strategic Air Command Base at
Westover, Mass., to investigate
the source of the explosive shells
which ripped the suburbs of She Sheboygan
boygan Sheboygan Falls and Oostburg.
Could Drop 10 Miles 1
Until Saunders announcemeni
late today, the Air Force hat
.conceded only that the Lack
I bourne-based bomber had been ic
1 II fll -1 -I 41-. .
me onerjoygan area snuruy dc
I fore'
1 lie gii
lugs splattered in t
Point Four Exhibit
- i
b 10 ted rOf LapiTQ
The evhihit fAsturino Prooidan-
Fmastn ab i nuarriia'a ni-m.1.

- ,mati0h for Point Four Week and,exP,oae- Tno unexplodcd shells
the benefits derived by the village w? "moved by polici.
'( VI H!da (mm mutual rn-...J The incident ffll I1W.H hv

tion. will be shown at the oranwt
- fair in Capira Saturday and Sun
oay. v;
it opened in Colon on Tueday
and will remain in tile window of

ithe Pan Arroencan world Airways' len t"e TNT triggering device
until Saturday. ent off.

urn iwiiii fjaanit PEKCIADO 7


SEKVICti Ave. Tlvou no. a r nuniovi.. VsnMAriA
i. n a. N. 41 m PATfl bOMT-Jort Aresemena Ave. and 3S SI fARMAClA

. rAUIACIA "" VU Pan"
Camera sal: Sawed 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. Electric
drill, $15. Army 82-4124.
FOR SALE Engineers transit
and level also set men's golf
clubs. Phono Balboa 1860 after
5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE Small factory pro producing
ducing producing construction materials.
Product has good market. Of
special interest to Atlantic Side.
Priced to sell quickly. For infor information
mation information write "FABRICA" co
FOR SALE Keystone 3 lens
turret 8 mm. rollfilm camera.
Model Capri K-27. Complete
with 9 mm. f:1.9, wide angle
lens, 13 mm. 1:1.9, normal
lens, 25 mm. f:1.9 talophoto
lens, universal view finder, built built-in
in built-in filters, and exposure guide.
Camera has boon used for only 2
months. Price new $99.50, now
$75.00. Call Tel. 3-1908 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. TOR SALE New "Garrard"
four speed single record playing
unit a low a $27.95. Address
Panama Sal and Services
Phone 2-2422.
From B-47
straight line through the heavily
emulated area.
Saunders said the shells could
ave dropped about 10 miles be
ore striking. At the time the
irafing took place, he said, the
347 was ilying at an altitude of
,6,000 feet on a northwesterly
"We visited all houses struck
and the projectiles recovered are
:ie same as carried by the B47
rom Lockbourne Air Force Base,
which was in the area at the time
on a routine training mission
practicing gunnery," Saunders
"The single holes in the houses
are not consistent with norjnal
firing," Saunders said. "We Oues Oues-tioned
tioned Oues-tioned every persdri and this is
the most ikeiy solution."
The general said the B47 was
tracked on radar from the Michi Michigan
gan Michigan side of the lake and also had
its own radar system, which
would have told the crew mem members
bers members when trey were off the gun gun-ery
ery gun-ery range.
-undejs, commander of the
Air Division, was joined ,n
t investigation by of ieera from
One of the shells exploded 20
eet upfront of the car ol Henry
Mllman, police chief at Sheboy Sheboygan
gan Sheboygan Falls.
A shell exploded In the cjoset
of the Lpyd Treune residchro at
Ooostburg and set clothinK afire.
Another shell tore- thrtruah the
TOO Of tha Francis Dealf.V hbmc
' in Sheboygan Falls, but did nnt
week the accidental droonine of

!P atomic bomb rom an AirlM

rortv uurnuer near r lorcncc,
i Tre -bomb r'id not oxplode, six persons .Were injured


FARM alia
-Ht Central
Reol Estate
FOR SALE $5000.00 eaeh.
Acquire and occupy immediate immediately
ly immediately $30,000.00 4-bedroom. 3 3-bathroom
bathroom 3-bathroom ocean view modern
house. Hot water, terraces, gar garden,
den, garden, maid's quarters, ate Exclu-
. a a a I
sively residential neings
Details Panama 3-3319.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 24 ft. cabin
with 40 h.p. engine. Inspected
and registered for 8 persons
$600. Albrook 7131.
FOR SALE Thundarbird boat
17 foot, completely equipped,
all fiberglass, practically MW,
easy payment. Call Tal. 3-7206.
Along The Fairways
The second round in the Ft. A A-nador
nador A-nador Womens Handicap Tourna
ment must be played by March
Pairings are; Ethel Jferanue vs
Betty Hennon.
B. j. neison vs oev umzi.
Gay McMichael vs Jo Alexand
er. ....
Hnlen Owens vs Rene lsbeu an
other net 68 with a hale-in-one on
No. 3. '
in the Blind Low-Net Twosome
last Thursday Jean SuMivan and
Rene Isbell were first, Zel Batchel Batchel-lor
lor Batchel-lor and Marge Sewel) second, He Helen
len Helen Owens and Bev Dilfer third,
Eve Monteath and Margaret Hast
ings fourth, Kay Herce and Ethel
Perantie fi th, G'adys Wiley and
Val Lucas sixth.
In the first flight Ethel Prantil
had low gross and' Helen Owens
low putts, In the second flight
Jean Sullivan bad lew, gross and
trl T ..... 1
v mi Liutas juw uii.a. i
Tomorrow we "will, play "Stable-
ford one point for bogey, two
for par, three for birdie and four
tor an eagle. Three-quarter band
icap will be used.
Teams W L
Omaha 91
bommers Park 82
Elga 5 4
nvou Motors 4 6
2M 2 8
Tropelco 19
Today's Came
Elga vs. Nehi.
Tomorrow's Game
Tropelco vs. 'Sommer Park,
LONDON (UP)- British Over-
seas Airways Corn, annnimr-ori tn.
day that turbo-prop Britannia air airliners
liners airliners will replace Stratocruisers
on ine mgntiy London-New York
service, starting in September..
The Britannia also will servhy
the U.S. Midwest, flying from
uonaon to Montreal and to De
iron and Chicago twice weekly
siarung in mia-Apm.
Jam Cagney Dorothy Malona
John Payne
Jack Pslano
Vlralrila Mayo
Repeat Run I
MARbARITA 1:15, S:t
Jock Mahonoy
Luana Patten
'1 j
S.-ll A S:0S
Guy Madison
Felicia Farr
Cartoon and
: A 8:5S
Badfs of Mar Mar-hal
hal Mar-hal Brennan"
7:40 only
Alan Ladd
Cartoon and News
Repeat Run I


WANTED I. "fa Cumbrw"
house preferably famished. Pay
caaH. Writ details price, Stewart
., II Veil, giving t.lgra t.lgra-Phie
Phie t.lgra-Phie address.
D e p endable Seventh-Day-Ad-ventist
young woman desires to
work for American family; 3,
4, 5 or six day a week.eCan
be contacted at house 207, Apt.
E. Paraiso, Canal Zona.
V. . v .
vvAniBB Teuni
know cooking. Good salary. Call
FOR SALE Ceahm.n
scooter oarti. BanVaa l.itii
FOR SALE 17 Inch TV Mo Motorola
torola Motorola $150.00. Call Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton SI 88.

Several Records Smashed
In Cristobal Track Meet

Monday evening, at 7 n.m.
Jam group of tract, participants
lined-UD for th twnntv.fmir- ovenr
track meet, at Mt. Hope Stadium.
Cristobal Junior High and Cris
tobal High School were divided
into Blue and Gold teams, fight fighting
ing fighting for their annual school cham-
n!.U: mk. Dl 1 u
muaui)i. iuc rjicuieiiiaiy scnoois
were competing against each oth other
er other in getting ready lor the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Relays. Running unattached
were the Albrook. Flyers, U.S. Ar
my personnel and geveratl Canal
Zone school, boys.
The results wrr xnrnriiin-r far
the stadium track as a v a r t
records werp hrnken in this mt
Thp turn ntitntanHfatff time
loth Betnired bylTlbrook runners,
JJanny Mescall ran -the 70 Yd.,
nign nuroies in 8.8 seconds,
wmcn is a new meet record and
.also looks as if he will take this
event, in the Relays. Nainvman
Albrook's miler, ran a good time
of 4 minutes, 40 seconds, which is
a new meet record, and also one
iiu.f. wii 1 f.i is
of the better times turned In on
the mile run this vr
In the Hish Schnnl iIa. th.
Blue Team beat the Gold Team
hy a 51 score to 45. In the
Junior High School Division the
Gold beat the B ue by a dose
score of 32 to 30. In th P.lomon.
tary Class the Boys and Girls
from South Margarita took ev every
ery every first place in their division.
Elmntary Schools
Results follow:
Event; time and distance, first
place, second olace. third nlarx
and fourth place.
Boys 60 Ta'rri risen l i i WII.
der, S. Marg. Ramirez, Cirsto-
oai; uocaery, s. Marg.; Self, N.
Girll 50 vrl Hash 71 Allan

Jini ao yd. dash, 7.4 Allen, inu" tT j morris, ca ca-Marg.;
Marg.; ca-Marg.; Mwgan, Cristobal; Pat ?Tai r Smith,
1, N. Margarita; Cotton, S. Mar-Ui,my (Ne Meet Record).

, w -.uw, HU-
J". S. Margarita; Ramirez, Cris-
1 k.T. 1TB HI KXni a H BmlBaVa I 'Ml si
uiuai; oen, in. Margarita; Brians,
Girls 75 vd. slash 11 rottnn
S. Margarita Welgle N. Marga Margarita;
rita; Margarita; Allen S. Margarita; Messer
N, Margarita.
Girl inn vA ... ia k n-i
ton, S. Margarita; Pattdn, N. Mar-
ania; Kamirez Cristobal. Eigl.
1. Margarita.
Bov im vA loch -100 urn
der, S. Margarita; Brooks, Cristo-
uai; aeu, Marganta; Brians
. Rei?y .-b8 "1-5, So Margari Margarita;
ta; Margarita; N. Margarita, Gatun, Cristo-
Broad Jumn iri" nr:u..
a. Marganta; Crouch, S. Margari Margarita:
ta: Margarita: TWIrarv C M.....U. .
N. Margarita.
Junior High School.
Event, time and distance, first
mace second place, third place,
fourth nlsaa
50 yd dash 6.5. Webster,
Blue: Sehiarlatfo OnlA.
F- rvv.
i ."i, jrvmva,
Blue; Davis, Blue.
75 Yd. dash i ( f.h...
Blue Stoher, B'ue; Manning Gold.
Tn Vii n An v. .
iu u. nuu .(M.i, r a iron,
Gold: Davis Blue: Oravtnn nina-
natn, ho:i (New Meet Record).
100 Yd. dash 12., Bower s.
Blue: Lute. Gold: Stoher. Blue:
Cooper, Gold.

We now have a good supply ot famous Garrard
HI-FI Recordohangers, RC88 A RC98
Special C.Z. Prices!
Central Ave. 26-109 Calidonia

WANTED Entli,h speekina
ulMinan, pat or full time sail sail-in.
in. sail-in. Apply in writing atating fui
euaURcatioM and enclosing phg.

rograpa, p.o. Bex 17 Pan
WANTED Experienced hand
to help take 30 ft. Auxiliary
cutter to Florida. Yacht "Hare
Mail," Pedro Miguel Boat Ctek
J'' 1 11 1 m-
3 -minute --eat walk $1.
cleaning ot motor $5. waxing of
ira $6. Auto-lane. Trans-lit,
mian Highway near Sears.
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Dependable TV
gag. easonable
D eliable
l adio TV
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Av. 11.20
Box 1890. Panama R.P.
Cutter ants, chinch bugs, gar gar-dan
dan gar-dan insects exterminated at low
cost. Quick service, results guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. "Sorvieio Pronto." Tl.
Panama 3-7977, Colon 1777.
a 220 Yd. Dash 27 R Rmmre
;Blue Leon, Blue;
1.... T nl t ; ... 1
Gold: Field. Gold.
oro yn. nun, fatton,
Gold; Gomez, Blue; Bum, Blue;
440 vd. Relav 55 2 Rln. Tm
flCA 1 T- A u m- .
Gold Team. '
Broad Jump 15' 1-2", Arine-
tfln RllIP- Pnnnor nU. I .
Blue; Bath; Gold.
"U!n Jump. 5' 1" McGold, Blue;
WHder, Golf; leon, Blue; Schic Schic-degg,
degg, Schic-degg, Gold.
snot Put p 35' V", Lutr, Gold:
Beardselv. Gold Christnnh mu
High School
440 Yd. Relav .in Rln. Tam.
Gold Team.
t 7n Vd Uink IT 1 M
ivjwiu, xcwre. niue: nan, aoia:
Humphrey, Blue (New Meet Ree-
Shuttle Hiirrlln Ttal.v it 1
Blue Team, Gold Team.
une Mile 5.19.4 S a s s 0.
GoW Pabbn, Gold; Brooks, Blue.
1 v svcwic. r m
nI8n -Binp a uetore, Pabon,
iB1"e Gold; Humphrey. Blue.
!,i1,",V S'- Gibson, Gold; Bal
1 iu., ioo uiton, uoio; Bai Bai-J7.
J7. Bai-J7. Re; PabonTGold; Kullg,
Blue (New Meet HnrA
Broad Jumn 21 v 'nih..
Gold- DrTri'.alH.:
Kuhg, Blue (New Meet Record).
'0 Yd. H. Hnrrll. a a
Record). m Meet
m"e A1ileJSun Heinz Heinz-maa,
maa, Heinz-maa, Albrook; Lockrig, U.S. Ar-
mLKUS- my (Nft
nign jump 5' 6". Clark- ai.
brOok; Smith, U.S. Mm? M
f .
ouui rm 7", Morris, Ca Call
ll Call Zone- PJarlr Alh..k. oL:.t
I Broad Jump 21' Uuca,
SDrint Marllav R.K
10, Albrook, C.H.S.
Farm League
Viceroy 5
Baby Aleman 5 1
Cerveza Balhna o
Capt. Segura 2 2
Ma ta Vigor 1 4
Pedro Miguel 0 6
Today', Gam
(5 p.m. at Santa Cruz).
Capt. Seaura vs. Orvaza Ral.
It "rttffHK'iiA
(4:15, p.m. at Paraist)
Viceroy vs. Pedro Miguel.
Tomorrow's Games
(At Santa Cruz).
Baby Aleman vs. Cervpza Ral.
(At Pedro Miguel).
Pedro Miguel vs. Malta Vigor.




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unidentified worker in the block

house from which the Vanguard

was fired Monday:

"We were real happy."
CHICAGO Dr. James B. Ed-

son, assistant to tne Army's di director
rector director of research and develop

ment, describing a future time

when people will live on many


"Wa fan Imavfn a Mm whpn

the destruction of mankind on any

single planet would be like the

loss, tn earlier times, of a city

or a culture a tragedy, but not

the end of everything."

LOS AN6ELES-Producer Mike

Todd, telling UCLA students about

his trip to Russia:

"The Russians are the most

mo-American people in the world

they like jazz, movies ana ouier

NEW YORK, March 19 (UP) (UP)-Continental
Continental (UP)-Continental Oil Co. officials today

reported a slackening in pressure

tor reduced prices on petroleum

and petroleum products in recent
weeks, reflecting general cold
weather and smaller refinery runs
than at any time in the past U


things connected with the Ameri

can way ox life.

Moore, Mamie Eisenhower's
brother-in-law, when asked by
Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.) If be
is a Republican or a Democrat:
"Mr. Harris, when I grew up
in Texas, they only had Demo Democrats
crats Democrats in Texas."


NEW YORK, March 10 (UP)

Crucible Steel Co. of Ameriea to

day announced tnat it nas pin

part oi us saianeo pcrauuuw
mill locations on a four day week,
reducing their pay checks by 20
per cent. No estimate was re released
leased released of the number affected. -1

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Today'8 fJ Program

Face the Nation 8:00
University 9:00
Hopalong Cassidy 9:30
Mr. Wizard 10:00

lassroom Camera 11:15

eneral Psychology No. 1Z

Hay Anthony
This is Your Life
People Are Funny
Wednesday Nifht FlShM
Encore: Colgate Comedy
Hour (Rpt. 12 May M)

Courtesy of Aerovias Panama Airways

Office Hours:

3-1057 3-1698 3-1699
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Robertson Named Cage Player Of Year

Congress Rushes Housing Bill
As Anti-Recession Measure
WASHINGTON, March 19 (UP) The House was geared to pasa and rush to
the White House today the first big anti- recession bill drafted by the Democratic
The measure, designed to give a shot in the arm to housmgy would make a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable $1,850,000,000 in Federal funds to channel into housing mortgages.
It would permit the President to raise the interest rate on new CI housing mort mortgages
gages mortgages to 4 per cent from the present 4$ per caofe
It would permit a reduction in the minimum down-payments required of Jam
buyers under the FHA insurance program.
The Senate-passed measure was call ed up in the House undar a parliamentary
procedure which barred amendments, limited debate to 40 minutes and required a
two-thirds vote for passage.

After acting on the bill the House
was expected to pass two Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leadership resolutions call calling
ing calling on the Administration to step
up spending of already appropri appropriated
ated appropriated funds for civilian public
works and military construction,
i The housing bill passed the Sen Senate
ate Senate last Thursday 86 to a despite
opposition of Administration offi officials
cials officials to provisions for channeling
Federal funds into housing. They
contended this should be left to
private investors.
The bill would make available
Immediately 1,550,000,000 in Fed Federal
eral Federal funds for purchase of government-backed
mortgages under the
yk and FHA programs.
Rioht Winn Revolt
TtoMtent To Tomsle
guard's fiorf,
: PARIS, March 19 (UP)- A right
wing "revolt" shaping up in the
National Assembly threatened to today
day today to topple Premier Felix Gail Gail-Jard's
Jard's Gail-Jard's government if he made any
jerioUs concessions to Tunisia.
Gaillard met his government to to-day
day to-day to discuss the latest Tunisian
.proposal brought from Tunis by
the U.S. British "good offices"
;team of Robert Murphy and Ha Ha-rold
rold Ha-rold Beeldy.
5 But as the cabinet met conser conservative
vative conservative and assembly groups were
5 a ... ..11

jreponea to De applying iuu pres pressure
sure pressure on Gaillard not to accept
certain proposals they believed
Tunisian President Habib Bour Bour-guiba
guiba Bour-guiba had made.
Gaillard won an assembly con confidence
fidence confidence vote only yesterday by
-282 to 196 but the anger sweeping
the ranks of his right-wing sup supporters
porters supporters brought a new flare-up of
talk that cabinet crisis was im-minent

Bankers Hail Reduction
In Reserve Requirements

NEW YORK, March 19 UP)
Bankers today hailed the latest
move of the Federal Reserve in
reducing reserve requirements
as a jolting shot in the arm for the
The latest movo, cut of a
half percentage point in, the
m. i i.. -r.

I amount or money biiiu iiiwsi

keep in reserve against deposits
will release 490 million dollars
in reserves. This can be blown
up at least six times to around
three billion dollars In credit.
That jump brings to six billion

dollars additional credit in less
than a month. At the end of Fe

bruary, the Federal Reserve sys system
tem system cut reserve requirements by

a similar amount to boost credit

by three billion dollars.

This vast sum will have a chain
reaction on the economy, bank

ers, said.

The process may take some
time-two or three months to get
into swing. But it is expected to
Kn MnA nt iha Uiaaoai lovnrc nn(i-

sible to lift the economy out of

its slump.
How ire you. going to force
people to borrow money just
because Ift availabb in larger

amounts? f1

The hankinc experts have the

answer to that:

"You don't think banks are
going to let additional, funds avail available
able available to them lie on the shelf.
They'll put them t! work just as
auicklv as possible, an the whole

process will mushroom into a real

Captain, MSgt.
To Be Tried For
Punishing Korean

Banks aren't going to ram

money down people's throats.

They will put it to work, how-J

ever, and the chain reaenon win
nattier momentum.

Biggest benefteiaries are expect
ed to be the municipalities now
raising funds at a record rate
for the construction of new
schools, roads, sewers, and other
public works.
First Disturbance

Reported In

New York School

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GOV. W. E. POTTER congratulated the winners 0f the "Admirals and Generals for a Day
contest in his office. The winners,, students from Cana! Zone Schools, were selected by the
Veterans of Foreign Wars In the Canal Zone for writing the best essays on "What Armed
Forces Day Means to Me." Left to right, AHmirals Carol Brulahd and Raymond Scheidegg
from Cristobal junior High; Army Generals Jo Rll Jenkins and John W. Carlson, from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior High, and Air Force Generals Sheila Reynolds and Frank A. Rybicki, Jr., both
from St. Mary's School. The group also met prominent military leaders in the Zone and
were given a "Cook's Tour" of all installations. v
(Official USAF Photo)

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Indonesian Loyalist Planes
Sfrcrfe, Bomb Rebel Convoy

JAKARTA, March 19 (UP) Indonesia's air force today
claimed to .have strafed and "completely destroyed" a convoy erf
rebel troops fleeing from Medan, Northern Sumatra.
An air force communique said rebel troops under the com command
mand command of Lt. Col. Naingolan were fleeing southward from Medan,
where they had risen in revolt against central government force
on Sunday.
Indonesian air force Mustang fighter planes discovered the
convoy and raked it With machine gun fire.
One of the four government fighter planes was shot down.
The World War II-vintage fighter planes swept low over the)
convoy of some 64 trucks and eight armored cars and blasted It
with gunfire, the communique said. Bombs were also presumably

The communique, the first from

the central government to men mention
tion mention casualties on either side in
the Indonesian rebellion, Said the

convoy was completely destroy


A briuge in the rebel convoy s

route was destroyed before the

convoy reached it, the commun

ique said.
Meanwhile the London Daily
Mail said today "guerrilla ar ar-nv,
nv, ar-nv, reported to number 150,000
men", hat joined the north Su Su-matran
matran Su-matran robels from the Atjeh

Mail reportef Denis Warner .said

the guerrillas are the Chinese

"u;h hovo hoon tficrhfmff thf Onv-

"w v o
. t-. j ... :

eminent oi rresioeni Bimarno ...
for eight years."
Prime Minister Djuanda in a

majorv policy pronouncement here

today warned that foreign inter

Vention'm Indonesia would cause

a troubled atmosphere in Asian

and African countries.

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 Carial Company:
Balboa Cristobal
High 92 82
Low 16 79
High ........ 92 90
Low S3 81
(max. moh) NW-21 NW-21
RAIN (inches) 0 .12
, (inner harbors) 78 82


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3:59 a.m.
4:15 p.m.

10:07 a.m.
10:26 p.m.

NF.W YORK. March 19 (UP)-

The first reported dlsturbanc oc

curred today at one ot wow wr

r t,f'c omprfem-v sDeciai scnoois

tnr trnuhlpmakers. A group oi

- a- ...

surly teen-agers scuniea wwn a
tf.axVioi- a'for hp. was sluseed by

a 15-year-old Negro pupil angered

by a rule against carrying cg

Police had to be called to halt
the disturbance and the boy,
vhose name was not made pub pub-l'e.
l'e. pub-l'e. was arrested on a juvenile

SEOUL, Korea (UP)-The U.S. celinquency charge.
Armv announced todav a cantaini Tre troub'e broke out in the

art! a master sergeant will be special school opened two weeks
tried for punishing a 14-year-old ago in Greenwich Village to keep
Korean boy by nailing him in a i uvenile delinquents segregatd
crate. An Army major also is in- from other children in the public

volved in the incident. j;hoois.
Thn nantnin ic Marvin tp. I One of the rules of the trouble

Kemp, 34, of Kilmichael, Miss.' kakers' schoo's is that they must
His trial before a general court- searched each morning for
mortioi Vuiri Viae v.non cof tnn. i issession of knives, guns ana

tt;i,r 07 nt ok Am ( her weaDons ana for cigarettes.

v,.. sv, c.p..i l o oupil is supposed to have

........ :. D.k.i v nearettes in classes.

,.B- .uT""1 r,.'i This morning', police said, when

Charges have been referred to aLteacner Edwa CarntptLrlrttief
special court-martial but the trial i SSSSttS
HtA h net hPPn ..t le, he was metwth opposition

Mai Thnmaa C Tampa in nlrwn BIVUV UI wya
Maj. inomas o. James, w, oiiu,. j.-.-ji hat ar

Plymouth, Pa

nem unaer me uniiorm vajw .u i..j ii. c;a

of MilHary Justice, but has the r8,c" ,w

FSSTLfl- s,"!u J; render their cigarettes, the 15

Lady Of Texas Declares Ranch Is Separate Nation;

Lays Down Law To Ike: 'No Planes Over Me, Please'

LRAEP, ENERI (iNear Waller, No immigration laws in, lect

Tex.), March 19 UP)( Mrs. no laws of any kind except

Irene Cliett, president of the new keeping deputy U, S. marshali

nation of Enert Irene spelled from setting foot on the proparo

backwards today requested Pres

ident Eisenhower to stop immed immediately
iately immediately all United States planes
from flying over her country.

Mrs. Cliett yesterday declared

her 703-acre ranch here a sepa separate
rate separate nation and filed a petition

with the United Nations asking

recognition as such, and also to

be seated m the U.N.

Lraep Pearl spelled backwards

the capitoi of toe new nation,

consists of two tents and some
, I." 1 .1 V . -I,

nousenoia iurmsnings. irs. uneu s
real home is on another tract of

the ranch some distance away.

So far, the only governmental

officers consist of Mrs. Cliett and

her sister. .Lucy Mayberry, who

is vice president. The two women
also compose the total population

of the country, and its total

armed forces.
Total armament consists of Mrs

Cliett's shotgun and her sister's


to keep them from serving legal

papers on Mrs. Cliett have been

passed by the country's govern

mesi so tar. An ultimatum was
issued forbidding military planes
from flying over.

"We don't mind people coming

here," Mrs. Mayberry sold, "at

long as they are friendly to us,

and nearly all the people in this

part of the country are.
Mrs. Cliett is on old-time1 resi

dent of the area. She's been here
since the early 1900's. She, claimed

she has owned the ranch since
before 1920. She was described

by the editor of the local news

paper as "solid as the Rock of

Gibralter," and "very serious

about the whole affair.'

It was Mrs. Mayberry, though,

who took claim for the idea of
seceding from the union and pe pe-tit'oning
tit'oning pe-tit'oning the U.N. for recognition
and a seat.
"Something had to be done, and

I thought this would ,be the best

way, she said.

The women also nave wruie

letters to President Eisenhower

and Texas Gov. Price Daniel ask

ing them to step into the matter

and stop tne government irom
trying to take away Mrs. Cltetts

Federal courts have ruled that

the heirs of a late partner oWir



a u pieosanr. cnh

Only About Two In Five Get Clean Bill Of Health
From Regular Medical Checkup, Says Cancer Society

part of the property. An injunc

tion has -Deen issuea to prevent
Mrs. Cliett from trespassing. So
far. Mrs. Cliett's shotgun has pre

vented service of the injuction.

Montgomery Ends
Weekend Visit
With Churchill

NICE, France, March 19 (UP)
Field Marshal Viscount Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery ended a week-end visit
with Sir Winston ChurchHl yester

day and said his wartime chief was

in "good shape" following his at-

iacK oi pneumonia.

Montgomery told newsmen the
83-year-old Churchill "has a good

appearance, sleeps nine hours
night and smokes cigars."

But Montgomery added: "I do

not smoke with him because

don't like cigars and I drink only
mineral water."

The remark recalled Churchill Churchill-Montgomery
Montgomery Churchill-Montgomery exchange during
Wor'd War II when Montgomery

was reported to have said,
neither smoke nor drink and

am 100 per cent fit." Churchill

was said to have replied. "I

drink and I am 200

Smoke and

per cent fit.

Political upheavals or armed
conflict were a reality in many A A-sian
sian A-sian and African countries he said.
"If this issue were made an ex excuse
cuse excuse for intervention it will only
create a trouble atmosphere
throughput Asian and African coun
tries and in this way will enlarge
explosive areas," he said.
Djuanda said this in turn would
make efforts to maintain world
peace ptore difficult.
The 20,000-ton Dutch Liner Or-
anee sped today from Singapore
toward Sumatra to ro$eue Am American,
erican, American, Dutch and British civil civilians
ians civilians threatened by the new out outbursts
bursts outbursts olf fighting fighting-.
. fighting-. Diplomatic officials said the big
liner would dock tomorrow at Bel Bel-awan,
awan, Bel-awan, 15 miles north of the em embattled
battled embattled northern Sumatra capital
of Medan, to take on 125 Ameri American,
can, American, 300 Dutch and 50 iBritish men,
women .and children.
Djakarta radio said today that
the Caltex and Stanvac oil com companies
panies companies have been allowed to re resume
sume resume use of Pakanbaru airfield
as of today.

The loyalist broadcast, quoting

ah air force communique, recall-

that private use of the air

field was prohibited during the bat-

Ife for Pakanbaru.
"Permission to Caltex and Stan Stan-vac
vac Stan-vac olanes to use the airfield Was

granted within the framework of
the' government permission to these

ou companies to resume opera operations
tions operations of their Oil wells in this re region,"
gion," region," - -i- it ; ii ;
More 'Volunteer1
Forces Leove
N, Korea For Home
TOKYO, March 1 (Up)- Com Communist
munist Communist China reported today
that a new division of her "vol "volunteer"
unteer" "volunteer" forces in North Korea
left Pyongyang Tuesday for home
"Despite the snow, local Korean
people carrying fruit and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments have been streaming in
since dawn from all directions to
the compounds of the departing
volunteers," the agency said in a
dispatch from the: North Korean
Radio Peiping reported yester yesterday
day yesterday that seven trains carrying
the withdrawing Chinese had ar arrived
rived arrived in Antung by Monday night.

option of demanding

martiaL -..
The charges arose from an in incident
cident incident Feb. 25 in which the Ro Roman
man Roman boy's hair allegedly was cut
off and his head tarred. He was
threatened with a knife and then
crated in a wooden box and
transported 25 miles by helicop helicopter
ter helicopter before being released.

Then eeneral scuffling and shov

ns look place.
Irving M. Boroff, principal or
the schoo', at "first denied there
had been any difficulty. He said
everything was calm during a
discussion with "on or two boys
who balked" at giving up cigar cigarettes.
ettes. cigarettes. "We called the police to set an

example," Boroff said.


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A busy executive walked into
Gorgas Hospital with heavy feet
a a a scowl, and demanded,
ow long will this business
, :? My wife nagged me into
fiing here; I'm healthy as a!"
"This business" was a checkup,
t took only a part of the execu executive's
tive's executive's day. And then the busy
man' left the hospital walking on
air and grinning broadly. The

checkup aa comirmed his healthy-as-a-horse
self diagnosis.

That man was lucky.
About two in every five who
go for r.guiar medical exami examinations
nations examinations are lucky enough to be
given a clean bill of health,
according to the American Can Cancer
cer Cancer Society.
Two in four have ailments of

varying importance that require

treatment, nut nave notning to

do with cancer.
The remaining one out of five
has a condition suggestive of can cancer,
cer, cancer, or which might become can cancerous
cerous cancerous if neglected.
These striking figures were re-

based by Dr. Shirokov, chief of

surgical service at uorgas Hospi

til and member ox the Canal!

ay recommended, regular health

examinations as a saieguara a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst cancer.

The checkup drive is part ot

the American Cancer Society's an- tublic as well as our professiona-

nual educational and fund-raising &i staff, has become more can can-campaign.
campaign. can-campaign. The national goal, this c:r conscious and "we are find find-year,
year, find-year, is $30,000,000. i g more and earlier cases be be-in
in be-in the Canal Zone the com- ,tause of it."
mittee hopes that contributions Here are some of the facts that

to be 'perfect health.' And even in early stages. But his
cancer diagnosed early can t orough examination may of nec nec-mean
mean nec-mean the difference between c sity be supplemented by labor labor-life
life labor-life and death." atory analyses and a crest X-ray
The Cancer Sociiety is using the i a clinic or hospital. If he dis dis-campalgn
campalgn dis-campalgn slogan, "Fight Cancer ( vers a "doubtful condition" he

With a Checkup and Check," f or v .a refer his patient to the ap-

toe third year, Dr. Shirokob point- opriate Specialist for further ac
ed out. He continued: ton.

We have definite evidence thntl 5. The most common cancer

our checkup drive is beginning to I sites in women are the breast
pay off. Slowly but surely,, pcope pelvip organs, rectum and skin.

are becoming checkup-conscious, these areas should be checked

"We know, for example, that ragular y.

right here in the Canal Zone! 6. Men who visit their doctors

more men and women have seen j lor an annual checkup should spe spe-their
their spe-their doctors for health examina- ciically be examined ior possibly
tions because of the current edu- J tent cancer of the lungs, pros-

cational drive. e, rectum and skin, since these
Dr. Shirokov said that it isy the more common sites of

difficult to evaluate the effective- incer in menV
ness of the current cancer educa-1 tj

tional campaign, but he added it mese, are tne essential wnys
is enlightening to compare the a checkup, said Dr. Shirokov.
operating schedules at Gorgas complete informational material
Hospital during this past weeki)mt cancer is readily available
with the schedules be.'ore the ed-f ?m th,e Canal Zone Cancer com com-ucational
ucational com-ucational campaign began. ntee.,
"During the week before the Dr- Shirokov also urged Zonians
campaign started oniy one major J contribute generously to fte
cancer was resected in QurHper- 1 Zone Cancer committee in
ating rooms, whereas in the past ( that the educational and

iive days the eeneral surcicali programs may De conti

Zone Cancer commitUe, Who to- section alone has operated On sev-

and also so that t he com-

en major cancer cases." 1 2e can support the American
Dr. Shirokov added that it was (a"cef Society's research pro pro-his
his pro-his belief that this was not just Sran-

coincidence, but that the general

will surpass the $21,000 raised

during its last campaign in
May, JM4j
Dr. Srirokob pointed out that
no fund-raising campaign w a s
held last year.
"The pleasure o" being given a

clean bill of health, from year to

the Canal Zone Cancer Committee
is seeking to instill in the pub'ic

1. Cancer can strike anyone,
anywhere, The renegade cells
invade silently. They can multiply

without signs or symptoms of

sickness that are obvious to the

year, is a good reason to lorm the patient.

habit of a regular checkup," Dr. 2. More than one-half of all can can-Shirokov
Shirokov can-Shirokov said. 'cers are in sites readily accessi-
"If you aren't one of the lucky b e to examination. They can be

ones, that s an even better rea- readily detected too if they are

son to get a physical examination oetected eany enough.

once a year; any ailment disco

vered in the checkup is more ef effectively
fectively effectively treated at an earlier
rather than a later stage.
"But the best reason for pe periodic
riodic periodic examinations is the pos possible
sible possible discovery of I einiir
which may be lurking under
the surface of what can appear

3. ntty per cent of all can cancers
cers cancers can be cured if they
are detected early enough, and
if they ere immediately and a a-dequafely
dequafely a-dequafely treated.
4. Any general practitioner can

give a complete checkup. He

rseds no special equipment to de

fd tne more common cancers,

CZ Boy Scouts
Told Thanks'

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The Canal Zone Cancer Com

mittee issued a public word of

"Thanks" to all the Boy Scouts

on the Zone today.

The Scouts have been helping
the Committee with its education educational
al educational campaign by distributing 12,000
namphlets to every home in the
Zone explaining cancer's seven

tianqer signals.

The Committee issued the pam pamphlets
phlets pamphlets through Dan Daniels and

Raymond George, executives of
the Boy Scouts of America and of

the International Boy Stouts, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. The Committee urged that the

Scout distributed pamphlets be put
in an accessible spot where their

message wouidn t be forgotten.

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