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AN INOEPEHDEKI cT Hliils DAILY NEWSPAMR
"Let the people know the truth and the country is afe" Abraham Lincoln,
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958
Russian Nuclear Testing
Continues At Fast Clip
WASHINGTON, March 22 (UP) The Atomic Energy
Commission announced last night that Russia has tested
two mora nuclear weapons one relatively small and the
ther "in a large range."
Tjie explosions were the seventh and eighth report reported
ed reported by the AEC since the current Soviet test began Feb. 22.
AEC chairman Lewis L. Strauss said the small burst
occurred Thursday at the Soviet Union's "usual Siberian
testing grounds." The second was held yesterday some somewhere
where somewhere north of the Arctic Circle. f f
There was no official indication as to the kind of
nifclear weapons involved.
HOLLYWOOD, March 22
(UP) Showman Mike Todd,
SO, was killed when his private
plane plunged into wild moun mountainous
tainous mountainous terrain of New Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, a representative said to today.
day. today. Also killed in the crash with
Todd,'whoe wife is. film star
Elizabeth Taylor, was screen screenwriter
writer screenwriter Aft Cohn, and two pilots
of Todd's twin-engine private
The six-passenger plan
crashed in stormy weather at
approximately 10:30 last night
near grants, N.M., according
to publicity man Bill Watters.
Todd's film star wife was list
ening to a news broadcast when
she heard the report of the
plane crash and the death of
her husband, a friend who was
at her Beverly HUls home re reported.
ported. reported. The friend, Mary Crosswell,
said Miss Taylor became hys hys-.sirteat
.sirteat hys-.sirteat ami Dr. etrarieavjone
: Tne family physician placed
ti Baylor under sedation
said she was in no eon eon-Mi
Mi eon-Mi to discuss the accident.
Miss Taylor's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Taylor, were on
their wax to their daughter's
home to have breakfast witK
her, unaware of the accident.
To Take Stand
On 4th Polio Shot
. WASHINGTON (UP-Top polio
specialists were expected to take
a stand today on the question
Of a fourth or "booster" Salk vac vaccine
cine vaccine shot to give mow protection
to the public.
U.S. Surgeon General LeRoy E.
Burney called the all-day closed closed-door
door closed-door conference to iron out the
auestion of an extra shot and to
review progress of the vaccina
tfon sroaram in general.
The idea of a booster shot after
the oresentlv-recommended serres
of three is completed was dis discussed
cussed discussed favorably at. the American
Medical Association conference
last spring. Burney has said he
personally would favor it for his
Getting the nation's population
under 40 to take xthe necessary
three shots estimated to give
up to 90 per cent protection is
a matter of growing corfcern to
the health agency.
Burney said Thursday "serious
outbreaks" of polio could come
this summer unless vaccination
programs are speeded up
But there has been speculation
the Russians have been testing
both smaller atomic weapons lor
tactical battlefield use and larger
warheads for strategic use against
cities and other major targets.
Some Congressional experts
have expressed belief that the ao
viets already have tested an oper
ational or combat ready nu
clear warhead for an interconti
nental ballistic missile.
They based their belief cheifly
on the pace of the Russian tests.
Tests of experimental devices re
onire elaborate preparations
which sometimes take many days
The AEC announced a double
barreled Russian neclear test last
Friday the second of its kind in
less than a week and then an
nounced another test Saturday,
THE MINISTRY of Social Wel
fare is expected to reject the
chance that it encourages pros
titution among' teenage girls by
issuing identification cards.
Main argument win De tne
fact that permits are issued by
the Ministry of Govt, and Jus
tice and the Welfare's Ministry's
only function as far as the girls
are concerned is to issue health
The charge had been made by
National Guard Commander,
Col. Bolivar vallarlno.
Illness Puts Eneri
LRAEP, Eneri (UP) Internal
strife, fatigue and illness today
signaled the impending collapse
of the nation of Eneri,; now in its
fifth day of existence.
El Panama America announc
ed yesterday that new mayors
would be named soon by the ad administration
ministration administration of President de la
The DaDer auoted sources close
to the administration and said
the candidates for the different
mayoralties were many.
he Ministry of Public Works
is reported as planning to effect
an old project to unite via Por
ras with the Trans-Isthmian
Hhighway in another move aim
ed as easing traffic congestion.
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Mrs Irene -Ct.
neri (Irene spelled backwari
lashed out at the vice presrawit
from a sieJfHed m her hiding
Mrs. Cliett, confined to bed by
fatigue and a severe cold, re
vealed the formation of the coun country,
try, country, near Waller, Tex., had been
the vice president's idea.
I do not approve of it and i
wish that Lucy (Mayberry, vice
president and Mrs. Cliett's sister)
would stop doing things like this,
she told newsmen.
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RELAYS QUEEN FRANCES PAIGE (center) and her attendants Lillian Ward (left)
and Joan Dlmpfl admire the trophies which a re up for grabs in the current ninth annual
Balboa Relays. The track meet opened last night and continues tonight at Balboa Stadium.
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NEW YORK, March 22 (UP) Matthew O'Hara was
booked on a misdemeanor charge of transmitting false
information after he telephoned the Journal-American
yesterday saying that a bomb had been planted, aboard
the incoming Panama liner Ancon.
O'Hara, 52, and who calls himself a free-lance pho photographer
tographer photographer telephoned the Journal-American first at 5:47
a.m. and asked for $5000 for "an exclusive news story"
to be paid only if the bomb exploded. DanielT. Brigham,
reporter, sard tie Would have to talk to his editors first.
When he called again at 7:02 the reporter kept the
line open for two hours and five minutes while the call was
traced to a West End Avenue address.
Meantime agents searched the liner which was held
at anchor for several hours. V
She also said her 19-year old
daughter Angeline, who dropped
her studies at Sam Houston State
Col'ege in Huntsville to help her
mother in the fight, was also op opposed
posed opposed to the idea of Eneri.
Mrs. Mayberry, however, con
tinued in her role of handling dip
lomatic relations, and announced
she had sent a telegram to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
seeking foreign aid from the Uni United
ted United States.
She also maintained guard at
Lraep (Pearl spelled backward),
the capitol city.
At least three persons had ap appeared
peared appeared at Eneri by early today
offering financial aid to Mrs.
Cliett in her legal fight to keep
tne vui acre ranch that was
turned into Eneri. The federal
; government says she does hot
even own the land.
Indonesian Govt. Steps Up Air-Sea
Campaign Against Sumatran Rebels
Outside of muscular aches and
ins, the young Venezuelan diver
rho was flown to the Isthmus
with a serious case of the bends
seems to be doing well today.
, Gabriel Daboln, the stricken
diver, was taken out of the de
compression chamber at the Ga-
tun Salvage Depot at 3 a.m. to
day and transferred to Coco Solo
Doctors seem- optimistic about
Daboin's condition and say he is
responding well to treatment
They expect him to remain, in the
hospital for a week or two under
The diver, who was unconscious
practically all of the time since
his arrival last Wednesday W
Shell Oil Company plane, recover recovered
ed recovered full consciousness 7 a.m. yes yesterday
terday yesterday and asked for food ana
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Dabom was stricken with the
bends eight days ago in Maracafi
bo, following a 100-foot descent in
Lake Maracaibo. He failedJa
respond to treatment in Venezue
la and was flown to the Canal
Zone for further treatment.
.SfltoAEORk March 22 (UP)-
The Indonesian Government
stepped up its sea and air cam campaign
paign campaign against Sumatran rebels to today,
day, today, firing on a Danish freighter
bound for the rebel port of Pa-
dang and throwing warplanes in into
to into the battle for the important
city of Medan.
But American, refugees arriving
in Singapore from Medan predict predicted
ed predicted its fall to the rebels within a
The commander of the Jakarta
earrison defending Medan ap
pealed to the rebels to "end fur
ther bloodshed," an appeal inter
preted as a call for quarter.
Rebel Interior Minister' Col
Djambek Dahlan said in a broad
cast from Padang that "there can
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dp no peace as ions as irreai'
dent) Sukarno remains in power."
There were these other import
ant developments in the Indone
sian conflict: k
A rebel spokesman claimed
revolutionary forces have occu
pied the u.S.-owned Goodyear
Rubber plantation near Medan.
Lt. Col. Sukendro. chief of in
telligence for the Jakarta govern
ment, charged that arms had been
shipped in to the rebels from Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China in American
planes. He did not accused the
Chiang Kai-shek government di-
Br Mw Met
Dap Starts Mission
To Moscow, Refuses
Details On Agenda
NEW YORK, March 22 (UP)
United Nations Secretary General
bdag Hammarskjold left last nigh'
for Stockholm on a mission to
Hammarskjold refused to die
cuss his plans for private talk?
with leaders in the Russian cap-
He said at a news conference
two days ago that, there have been
continuing developments in disar disarmaments,
maments, disarmaments, and other key issues
also have come up before the- Gen General
eral General Assembly.
"That is all I can and you
should not take that.s an indica indication
tion indication we will talk about them r
Moscow, Hammarskjold said at
24 Panama Canal
Twenty-four positions are cur
rently available with the Canal
organization, according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin issued
by the Personnel Bureau.
Two of them are for chauf chauffeurs
feurs chauffeurs !n the Motor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division In Cristobal and
The following types of imploy-
mert are listed as available
clerical, clerk, clerk stenography
clerk-typist, forge shop foreman
graduate oersonnel trainee, locks
security patrolman, head nurse,
telephone installer mamtainer
helper, machinist, towboat mas
ter. medical technician; nurse
anesthetist, office helper. twing
locomotive operator, plumbing
inspector and staff nurse.
ACE OF RACE Some of Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's new playwrights have
been called "the angry youhg
men but actress Wendy Craig
is apparently doing her best to
prove that the London theater
has its angry young women as
well. She's rehearsing for a
play about "disoriented" youth
called "The Sport cf My Mad
fvi other' wriy.en hy Ann'Jelii Ann'Jelii-coq,
coq, Ann'Jelii-coq, who is probably peeve at
To Attend U.S.
Maj. Frederick! M. Wells, US
ARCARIB m5e d i;c a 1 equipment
maintenance oaicer, Maaaen wye,
is scheuled to attend the Institute
for Personnel Officers at Walter
Read Army Institute or Research
vrom March; 31 tO'Apm 4, Head:
quarters, U.S. Army Caribbcar
ropflv 'hut said. it. was "kno
that the 'rebels made contact with
some general ana ministers iu
Dahlan countercnargea xne
Jakarta government was flying
military equipment secured from
Russia to government torces ai
Medan. He said the arms and
munitions were delivered Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in Jakarta by Russian ships.
-Premier Djunaaa ot inaonesia
met separately today in Jakarta
with U.S. Ambassador Howard P.
Jones and Australian Ambassador
L. R. Mclntyre .No details of the
discussions were disclosed.
-The Jakarta government
bowed to a veiled threat of an
international shipping embargo
and returned 33 impounded ships
to tha Royal Dutch KPM Shipping
Co. Lloyds of London had threat threatened
ened threatened to cancel insurance of for foreign
eign foreign shipping entering Indonesian
waters because of the seizures.
wnl With New Top Soil
Employes Get $25
Bonuses To Fight
HAMPTON, Iowa (UP) Seven
merchants have begun an anti antirecession
recession antirecession fight by paying bonuses
Ten New Employes
Join Canal Staff
xen permanent employes, one
from the United States, joined
the Canal organization during
the first two weeks in March, it
was announced by the Personnel
The new employe from the
United States is Donald W. Date,
a native of Detroit. Mich., who
has been employed as a general
engineer 1n the Engineering Di
vision at Balboa Heights.
Other new employes are Cliff
Beaty, dipper dredge mate in the
Dredging Division: Elizabeth T.
Meir. and Charlene W. Robinson,
staff nurses at Oorgas Hospital:
Gwendolyn H. Blakeiy. medical
technician at Oorgas Hospital;
Thomas W. Drohan. Richard A
Staab and George B. Willis, locks
security patrolman: R'.chard J
Gayer, time, leave, and payroll
Each employe of the merchants
has received a $25 bonus during
the past few days, with only one
stipulation on how it J is to be
spent. The money has to be spent
in Hampton within a week for
"non-essential goods" or the
bonuses will be .deducted from
their pay checks next month.
Banker u. u. bramweu, hard
ware merchant Kooert iNeison
and clothier Lowell Swartz decid
ed to fight the recession in their
own way. a'though they-nave not
detected any signs of recession in
Hampton, a town of 4,600.
Up to today four more mer
chants had joined the campaign.
A total of 44 employes received
about $1,100 in bonuses.
The employes were happy about
it. They used their bonuses or
various purposes, from giving
birthday .parties to buying fishing
equipment. One lady got a per permanent
manent permanent wave.
Each of them has to make a
report to his employer on how the
money was, spent,
Gardener spare that plant!
Strange as it may Item, that
rich black top soil now being
delivered to Canal Zone gardens
by the Grounds Maintenance
people, can smother the roots and
do the favorite hibiscus bush no
According to Walter R. Lindsay,
Panama Canal agronomist, the
top soil is just dandy for making
new flower beds, covering bare
spots in the lawn, and filling in
holes for new plants. But it-is no
help at all if it is piled in mounds
around the roots of existing plants
ousnes and trees.
1 The roots, says Lindsay, should
be allowed to spread. With top
sou pued at the base of plant,
water is kept out and roots have
a tendency to grow up instead of
spreading out as they should.
Many Canal Zone amateur
gardeners, with the best inten
tions hi the world, have been us
ing uie cop son tor this purpose
and probably are wondering why
their favorite bush is beginning to
Lindsay also announced that the
last of the loads of top soil which
had been ordered several weeks
ago, in the Canal Zone would be
delivered by grounds maitena'nee
force over the coming week-end.
Gets Year s First
The U.S. Army Caribbean quar
lermaster laundry at Corozal has
received the first year's shipment
ot. new equipment under a three-
year plan for improved production
Six wash wheels, two 54-inch ex
tractors for removing water, one
fatigue coat presser, one 30-inch
extractor and three dryers have
already arrived. One dry cleaning
press and two shirt presses are
The laundry serves all members
of the armed forces stationed on
the Isthmus and services approxl
mately 600,000 pieces of laundry
Within the next two years, ad
ditional washing, cleaning, press
ing and drying equipment will be
received by the laundry.
Shot In Heel
ly Irafe Cuban
Panama confrarfnp "Rinhor? nr
lOMk, 59. WHS "arrMnnfalK-" .Ui
Jne "eel yesterday by an irate
uuan resident of Panama City
who went to Bil-o nick's' Golf
"cigius nome demanding
he said was due him
Cash Donations Complement Cancer Exams
made by a doctor is a cancer de
"Physicians do" not ordinarily
examine their patients with just
one disease in mind unless tne
patient has symptoms of a given
disease. Physicians are observant
for any physical abnormality
when examining patients. Con Contrary
trary Contrary to what many people be
lieve, women, and, men, who have
had a general physical checkup
In recent months do not need a
special examination just for can
Wiley also urged all Zonlans
Col. N. H. Wiley, director of
Gorgas Hospital and a member
of the Canal Zone Cancer Com
mittee, sai today that the phy physical
sical physical examinations being given
t the hospitals as part of the
ancer detection program are"
iot essentially different 'from
other Physical checkups regu
larlv aiven at Gorgas.
Wiley stated: "Many Canal
Zone women have requested a
'cancer examination as a result
if the Cancer Committee's cur current
rent current educational program. The
xam'na'lons now being spon
ored bv the committee will un
ovpr manv pigments besides to complement physical examl
anwr Hp nddpr) "fin the nth-1 nations with a monetary contri-
:r hand, every physical checkup button! "One Is just as impdrtantWThem.''
as the other. The checkup satls-
nes your immediate neeas, ana
a lihpral nnt.rihnt.1nn ti thA no
tional health agencies campaign
will help to defeat this scourge
that sooner or later curses most
"The American Cancer .Society
and the Canal Zone Cancer
Committee are doing all they can
to save lives and reduce suffer suffering
ing suffering through research, education educational
al educational and service programs. Canal
Zone wage earners should whole heartedly
support this worthy
effort by placing s generous do donation
nation donation in th national health
agencies envelope which has re-
cenlv hen distributed to each
To Test Clothing
The USARCARIB Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster Section has been selected by
the: Department of the Armv.'s
Quartermaster Research and En
gineering Command to test, under,
outdoor conditions, specially pack
ed orates of clothing.
Thirty bales of" compressed
clothes are expected to arrive in
USARCARIB sootv This new form
of packing clothing is designed to
save space in shipment.
the bales will be stored on a
wooden pallent in a testing field
at Corozal for 60 Says and during
this time the USARCARIB Quar
termaster Section will keep a
weather control chart. At the end
of the testing period the bales will
be returned unopened to the Re
search and Engineering Command
in Natick, Mass.
By RPr Zone Groups
Thirty-five librarians and staff
members from librasy facilities,
in the Panama and the Canal
Zone were guests the week on ;
special tour arranged in observ
ance of Library Week.
They represented libraries of Ar
my, Navy and Air Jf orce uistaua
tions, the U.S. Information Serv
ice. Panama Canal CO., Panama
schools and government institu
After viewing operations at the
Canal Zone library, Albrook Air
Force Base library and the Fort
Amador library, members of the
group were Rhonored at a tea at
List 2 Holidays
Army commissaries at Fort Gn
lick, Corozal and Fort Kobbe will
be closed April 1 for inventory and
April 4 in observance of Good
Disregarding their regular sched schedule,
ule, schedule, thf three commissaries wif,
be open during normal weekday
lours oh Monday, Wednesday an
Thursday, amk until noon on Sat Saturday'
urday' Saturday' during the week of March
31 through April 5 only.
Greeting the guests were Brig
Gen. Milton L. Ogden, U.S. Army
Caribbean deputy commanding
general; Col. John D. Coney, com
manding officer of Fort Amador
Lt. Cel. Leslie C. Wood, chief of
Special Services, USARCARIB
and Chaplain Koy A. Morden, as
sistant chaplain, usakcakib.
Three special displays were ar
ranged in the Amador library for
the tea. "John Doe. Meet Senor
Lopez" featured Latin America,
"U.S.A. Past and Present" was
a pictorial representation of U.S.
history, and "Were Proud of our
Military Men" highlighted pic pictures
tures pictures and biographies of army
After a brief discussion with BiT
lonik, Armando Rosell Martmr
a well-known Cuban refugee, pull4
ed a 45 pistol and fired four shots'
into the floor apparently in an
effort to scare the contractor.
.toesnots went wild and
nicked Bilonik in the right heel
Rc-sell fled after the shooting,
but later gave up himself to po
nce wno are Holding" him on an
Bilonik Was given mariixil olt
tion at the Santo Tom ai Hospital
and sent home.
Engaged Girl Hurt
In Auto Accident
Near Madden Dam
A Margarita girl who was lust
enga"i received haH
last isit after the car shp i
driving home collided with 9 tavi
bound for Panama on the Twns Twns-Isthmian
Isthmian Twns-Isthmian Highway near the Mad Madden
den Madden Dam crossing.
Inga Sue Prier. dauehter nf Tir
V. Prier was resting comfortably
ai nome tooay alter receiving
head injuries in the accident
Her only passenger in the ear.
Father, Edward J. Copper, 96, who
is an old friend of 4he family vis
iting here from Guatemala, cme
away mm no injuries.
Colon Police said toda they
were still mvestigiting the acci accident.
dent. accident. Driver of the taxi was iden identified
tified identified as Rafael Frife, a 36-year-old
Panamanian. It was bound for
Panama from Colon.
The accident occurred at 8:40
last night near an area known at
'Barriada Juan D. Arosemena.
Miss Prier's engagement to Cant.
James B. Wallace, a Canal pilot
was announced earlier this week.
Weekend Of Golf
Starting For Ike
AUGUSTA, G8-, March 22. (UP
President Eisenhower arrived
'ore at 10:33 a.m. today abi-r
the presidenfi-l nla;"; Columbine
III for a weekend of golf and rest
at the Augusta National Golf
Off Bergen sfjord
Dies At Hospital
Miss Florence Quinland. 75-year-old
American passenger on
thtt fktfll ic?A ch i v. HaMMnaf(A1Ml
died in Gorsas Hospital at 1:47
yesterday afternoon. Miss Quin
land was taken oil the cruise
ship Thursday afternoon short shortly
ly shortly after the ship docked In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and was admitted to Gorgas
Hospital at 6:15 p.m. She was a
native of Washington. D. C.
The Bergensfjord, flagship of
the Norwegian-Amer'can Line, is
returning to NeW York after a
cruise to the South seas. The
ship was maKing tne i;anai
'transit northbound Friday.
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TW. UM .. twin far raadtra of Tht 'immi Amtrican
Utter are mobitW iriNiitY umJ ate handM ie -a wtwlrt eerrfWetHi.'
CMtrikota a letter don't t Impatient If ft doBin't appa.i Hi
Lrttcn N) published in th ereer rcceivtd.
ttnn lean tha latter limited to on. pane leneth.
Ii.rlii a um.i .riHR i, haM in ttrietotf r.enfidance
Tfcu ntwspaptr aitumei no rasponijbilito tor itatanMnt' or oplnlom
express1 in latter from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
SERVICE PAY RAISES
AftPr reading the front bane story by Drew Pearson March
is iCTtha service nav raise, it seemed to me. as it must to all
GIs; Jhat the Pentagon wants to keep only the generals in the
service, ana pot me iuwei-grucu uis.
I remember reading that the origin! idea of the pay raise
wafsto retain tradesmen in tne service, me lower siucia c
theiones who need the extra money if tjjey are going to stay
in but who get the raises? the generate.
They should give the generals a $420 raise, instead of $820
as planned, and give the $400 difference to the lower grades.
Certainly if they want the lower grades to stay in they had
better give us a raise rather than take $5 away from us.
If this pay raise as described by Pearson goes through they
had better have enough generals to fight the next war all by
themselves The lower graders will certainly be working some some-wleres
wleres some-wleres else, unless they get a u Gndtt
1 "Waiter's Blues" (Mail Box, March 10) should stop sleeping
and wake up. The Sky Room brought relief to those of us who
have been mistreated and underpaid for so long. Let our Latin
concessionaires worry about competition from a place on the
I Formerly we were hired at 50 cents an hour, or $3 a night at
the Sky Room. But during that time tne concessionaires were
persons from the Canal Zone who know what service is, and who
1 court u muvi. V
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' Then, wltn the uanai z,one r-uace oau on us way,
feoncesslon goes to Mr. politico, who likes to be a Gringo on the
Canal Zone and a Panamanian in Panama. This is what he did
tor the waiters at the Sky Room:
1. Salaries were cut to $1 a night;
2. Only one ice hoy was hired to chip ice for 28 waiters,
erving 500 guests; ., y
Some Of tne guesis coma noi nave ureir cuvwe v uum.
By VICTOR RIESEL
CLEVELAND Some people are
stiu eating take. r'or uiem, an
auio company a ere is buiiawg a
car caneu tne Argonaut some
models oi which wiu cost Jzu.uuu
to roh home. The Argonaut Corp.,
wmcn bunas its cttabMS nere auu
assembles tne regal coacnes in 1-
taiy, apparently isn t worried a a-bout
bout a-bout customers or the backlog o-
luO.Oou unsold cars of tne insom
niac auto companies over in De
If the sleepless Detroit execu
tives need someone to taut to tnese
nights, they can telephone an e-
qtuay disturbed Wa.ier Reuther
wno nas the problem of slowly ap
piymg power brakes to, the big
strike machinery he and his col
leagues threw mto high gear a
couple of months bacK.
In these nours beiore the Auto
Workers' Union bargaining team
walks in next Tuesday morning to
begin negotiations with General
Motors me naked tact is that
Reuther and his aides do not want
a strike at this time.
Throwing hundreds of thousands
of auto workers on the picket lines
this summer would cut them off
from virtually everything but
bread and butter ind soup kitch
en rebel. If instead, the men are
laid o.f by the companies as ma
ny will be they would be eligi
ble to take home state relief and
a special additional sum from the
company itself under the partial
guaranteed annual wage, known
as supplemental; unemployment
beneiits, a gimmick the car com
panics agreed to in their lust con
Furthermore the companies are
in a periect position to sit out a
strike until the end of the summer
when they have to set into produc
tion of their new models. Much of
the country's hope for some eco
nomic recovery depends Ah the
sales of these new models next
winter. In the meantime, the 'au 'auto
to 'auto industry could sell the 1,000,000
szw piled-up autos and make a
profit without running up any ex expenses
penses expenses if their plants were shut
uuwu uy presets.
What's more, Reuther is as sen-
Thev' Trnri tn takf. Smir Cola or do without. Naturally they
reasoned: "Why should I tip lavishly for such miserable service? sltive to the pub ic denunciations
ind why should I, after this Panamanian example, usven w wu wnicn rouow poor public relations
Df equal work for equal pay?"
DRY RIO ABAJO
as a mother is to the simper of a
i.ewiy porn imani. Keutner knows
i-iai any aeiay ot tne production
of new models could have the nub-
c blaming him personally fori
striking against "prosperity" it
Can. Spring Be Far Behind? .
the positioa of encouraging ra
beUioh against President Sukarno,
put tin rebe s did see ether Asia Asiatic
tic Asiatic reprasenUUves of the free
world, including the Philippines,
and arrangements were marl m
give them undercover aid.
The Indonesian rPVOlf Urac rna
of the most important questions
discussed at the meeting. Optimism
tuevAuea mat ine rebels would
DANGEROUS SU1 REDUCTION
Secretary of Defens
cut the Navy's request for Polaris
submanes from nine to six at the
personal suggestion of President
Eiseahower. This was a very sig.
mficant cut and in direct contrast
to the administration's claim of
all-out defense eLort.
But at m WhitA Hon.. muAaAWm
Ike quesdoned the miliUry value
of the submaries even thn..rh
mey'll be able to fire 1 Polaris
missiles 1,200 miles fronyuder the
Walter Winchell In New York
"prmr. to conffratulate President Ernestito and his of-!. So his first strategy is expected
nt,t fnr t.hatr ffnrtii durinc and following the San Miguel fire. t be a bii for iour-month exten-
A aVDbAU v e
Thev could contnue the good work by swing that we in Rio son of the Big Three auto con con-Eto
Eto con-Eto coufd wtsonl watlr. M present we aBre without it day t ac s coveriagM Eord. and
0.1 J V llj'.
Nothing is more Pitiful than a
fool demonstrating he is one. The
foregoing was dismally illustrated
by Randolph Churchill who den denounced
ounced denounced Americans as "frightened,
bull-dozed and bullied" and con condemned
demned condemned U. S. newspapers as "the
gutter press." Of course, Randolph
Churchill's case, the sole excuse
is that he is apparently under the
intiuence oi ignorance ...Sir Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill deserves our pro profound
found profound sympathy. A t i t a n has
spawned a pygmy. Randolph Chur Churchill,
chill, Churchill, who Inherited a fine namel
is doing his darndest to defame if
The factr that Randolph Churchill
lis a pompous boor and a deadly
uure is naruiy news to tnose who
know him. His tantrum-tossing in
front of a tv camera merely made
it page-one news.
Sadly, the son of a great man
is just another son-of-a-gun. j
Mr. Cohn believed he could make
anybody a stat. He observed:
"Bring me your wife or your aunt
and we'll make stars of them."
Cohn had no illusions. He frequent frequently
ly frequently stressed: "They all betieve their
publicity after a while. I have
never met a grate-ul performer
in the picture business." Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, alter he passed, many per performers,
formers, performers, publicly expressed their
gratitude to him.
of their major clicks. Throughout
the lengthy run, however,, they
never -elt that one .scene really
jell wed. Consequently, before the
hit went on tne road, th stars
rehearsed that single episode for
two weeks beiore they were satisfied.
, Moral:. The origin of Stardust is
By late summer the nation will ....i. ...if c-iZ. .?'
know if we're on th wv hfc in wnere ine Aremmva
? :" .waL DacKL ruthless clowns have never given
li. nu ui auu, the neon e unvthrno l.uoh ;k,
ri" iLTJi Bob Hope's Should beTx:
tremely re.reshmg. He is concern concerned
ed concerned only with making people laugh,
another car in every garage. If
tie country's economy is picking
i p, iieutners union will, of course,
lein a stronger bargaining posi-
I hear that machines have, b"
school rooms to measure temperature
hit a STpn in uie nitiiL uucuuuu, v . M
. The effect on health of -.bM&tf Tropl w
nas long oeen nqwiei iu o.u-, .u i moke siglnals .rorn Sohdarity
peen iouna inai uie """'""".i"" Z52LhSZ i louse, Reuther's naUonal head-
learnea, as wic urimeua ucv nave, wye w.Am o.iu.i
to some extent; they learned the value of the siesta.'
I hope the-Governor will make every effort to hpe the
schools air-corpitioned. Unless or until alrobndlt4onin?ih be
accomplished, however, let's Institute a school, day in which-the
children can accomplish more, yet with less drain anastraln
on health. ..
There will be some, of course, who oppose the recently recently-recommended
recommended recently-recommended school day. The working movers mjy In some
Opposition is mocfe likely to come, in myopi!oif, trom those
children get on tneir neryes prewy oawijr. ?
But let's face facts: Our children are piioshirdren, and we
should not expect the schools to look after them for us, especially
under conditions not good for them. To the Junior HJgtflMother
Mall Box. March 19 who opposes closine the schools at 12:30 on
thf hasis of its eivine the students the afternoon in Which to do recotiatinna richt. over the rems
nothing but hang around the clubhouse, ride around in cars, and, s on, with a three dollars a week
in general, generate trouble, I would sayTit's the responsibility jackage increase.
of us parents to prevent tnat. i ne scnoois snuuia give us a scnooi
day that Is best for our children, and we, as parents, should take
care of the rest.
I sort of go along with Robert Ruark on the idea that I want
It known as to who Is "Pappy" in tins household, and that Pappy
holds the reins.
If the school officials institute the school day that has been
' rpcnmmended. T think mv children will rather quickly get ac
customed to, and enjoy, taking a sieaVBtet luneh-'and doing jackage if necessary
their homework on a refreshed and comiortaDie basis when tneir
minds and bodies are rested. I believe It will pay dividends.
uawers. The industry knows it
h.s the Auto, Union with almost
41 '00 memhers..jobless, at its
.est since tne boys sat down
it, in during die '37 strikes.
Last week, one of President El Elsenhower's
senhower's Elsenhower's top aides was in De De-roit
roit De-roit for a series of talks. He came
ly with the impression, that
companies' will ask lor a one-
war extension of the present con?
f .-act. This would mean no raise
and get a big "NO" from Ruth.
The companies then are expect
ed to counter wiu the offer of a
tvo-year contract, to airift the
arie McDonald is a beautiful
girl who has had the mis.ortune
to create unlovely headlines. A hon
ey-blonde with emerald eyes and
a gee-whiz torso, Miss McUon-Sden, a man drove up m a truck,
aid seems i to have everything fle praised the Hoover garden and
iry for a happy life except tld him: was supposed to del-
The fine reviews for J. Edgar
Hoover's "Masters of Deceit" will
undoubtedly make it a best-seller.
The famous law-enforcer is not in-
vicible ... Some years ago, while
tne FBI chief was tending his gar-
happiness ... Her current mar marriage,
riage, marriage, which has reached another
stormy peak, has been full of
thunder. She has been married to
Harry K.arl tnree times ana di
vorced from, him twice. There
have separations and. fecorfeilfc-
tions. une oi me more mzarre
touches in the turbulent marital
saga happened when Miss McDon McDonald
ald McDonald contended she' was allergic to
her husband and became ill when
she was near him. Several weeks
people everywhere. In Bob Hot)e., liter, thaw were soooo in love a-
the Russians will not only see an! gain.
outstanding entertainer, but one of i SO
our leading capitalists. Roberto is I John Barrymore once told critic
r shrewd businessman ... Some Tercy Hammond that he was plan plan-years
years plan-years ago, a Hollywood business l ing to visit a friend. It inspired
agent asked a bank official to try tie reviewer's classic retort:
to swing him the management of "fake me alone. I've never seen
Hope's affairs. The bank official a friend" ... The other night, how- el her new groom as "the only
replied: "Bob Hope should be hand er, a critic dmonstrated that man; in. my worhtiwho made me
ling1 yours. He is a combination! 1 e has friends among actors, iitl "intensely female. A stallion
of Joe Miller and General Motors." t lay wrights and producers. And type.' Apparently, Miss Metali
tiey honored critic Brooks Atkin- ous iivmg anoiner chapter oi
reter una Haves and Marv son with a surprise oartv.
Hcaly have clicked in "WN6 Was Several years ago, Mr. Atkinson
That Lady I Saw You With?" uenned the fol'owlng valentine to
Their greatest success, however, is,i hespians: "On account of my post memoirs: "My children keep
mauc ui suiiiemmg more import- segregated pioicssion, aciurs uo i ; uu me uisl i wiu soon nave
ant than names-in-lights or rave; i ot associate with me if they can t slow down, that I will have to
notices: It comes from the sue- help it. and they can. And since s op working and that I should
uct this fertilizer down the road.
but they're not home. How would
you like to take it for half price.
Only thirty do lars" ...Hoover lat later
er later showed his aide, Clyde Tolson,
hit hip Viaroain Tn'lsnn a nnun.
try boy from lews pointed out1 that
the' fertilizer wa mostly 1 dW ami
sawdust and then grinned: "You've
been conned out of thirty dollars."
Mister f ni never cracked the case
of The Great Fertilizer Robbery.
By the way, Newsweek's review
nf "um... f nAii t
our comment about native Reds,
which was pooh-poohed by a N.Y.
WASHINGTON Cahimt m,m
bers snoulu uiow beaer man irv
10 uiiiuence Speaker Sam Kay burn
uy oy meaiw oiner tnan wnat's
i.-ou .or tne u. a. A.
Certauuy Postmaster General
summer netd should know taut
now. he made Sam a political of of-.er
.er of-.er th otner dav and was almost
kickeu out of the Speaker s ouice.
sou know, Sam told arenas
afterward, "that little -t came
in here and tried to buy, my vote.
"he wanted me to go for the
live-cent stamp. And when I said
no, he turned on a chessy cat smiie
and sahl: 'Mr. Sam, you could use
a few nice POSI oaices in vnnr
district, couldn't you?'
Mr. ban didn't detail what hap happened
pened happened a.ter that, but his aides say
the Postmaster General left immediately.
Note During the Senate debate
on the five-cent stamp, tne Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General moved into Vice
President Nixon's oJice while a
stream of Republicans, plus some
democrats, med in tp get promises
oJ new post offices.
Summeriield had a map on the
desk. Under the new post office
construction bill a lot of new post
olfices will be built, and a lot of
mem were pledged just before that
FAIR HAIRED MACK
To get an Idea how the IT S sn.
ate has been shirking responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility for checking on the qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications of public officials, here is the
record of the Senate Commerce
committee showing how senators
viruitiiy Kissed mc&ard Mack on
both cheeks when they first con con-JfmS,hlm
JfmS,hlm con-JfmS,hlm as a commissioner to
the FCC in 1955.
The Senate committee spent a a-bout
bout a-bout 10 minutes staging not an
investigation of Mack's record, but
a sort of backslapplng reception
Sen, Georee Smathur f ul.i
welcomed: "We are pleased that
the President has seen fit tn nH
over his (Mack's) name as a no nominee.
minee. nominee. It has been mv nU.n,..
to have known Richy Mack for a-
uoui w or s years and I have
always known him to he a verv
..uuucui ygung man, , conscien
tious in me things he has done and
very able in 'the jobs which he
has undertaken, and it is my own
memoir oi me commission.
This was not what Smathers said
three years later, after Mart- t
in hot water. On March 5, 1958,
Smathers state. "I have never
had any clce pffkonal association
The glowing endorsement Smutti
er had given Mick three years
cmer was on June 18, 1955. If
he had real the Washington Merry
o-Round, as Smathers always
VrM I.""0' Wctive. it stateTl'"trkf.t "JS"
1955 that Mkck was described asTf.c.-aicc5?t,llce fw to count.
Grace Metalious, who parented
'Peyton Place." ii hardlv the in-
hiblted type. She public'y describ-
Mrs. FDR concludes her Sateve-
cess of their real-life roles as hus
band and wife, mother and father
... The other night, on a teevee
show. Peter recalled the time the
hte Joe Frisco told him how for-
TV rVirrl it nin Mat tn Mie mKet
:eaZ ""n you. Don't let her sober up!"
settle for but it won't ne $3 a
veek. The companies know this
my knowledge of them, with few not do any strenuous campaign
exceptions, is confined to their iig in 1960. But I notice I can o
nerfnrmanres T have inclined to ttli keen eoine loiterer than thpv
share the 1 hero-worshipping atti-and it is not easy to know what
tude of the public. It seems to me one will do or not do in the future.
tunate he was to have a wife like that the prestige they have in Am- At seventythree, I 'sometimes feel
Mary, rrisco quipped: "Pete, erica is based, first, ot course, ,'ery mo and sometimes very
you've got a good thing gding for 'on 'the uniaue talents each of them young."
Vas hut. second, on the fact that! Age cannot be measured hv the
4 as a profession they have ah ad- calendar alone. You're as old as
Harry Cohn. one of Hollywood's mirable sense of miblic resoonsi- yiur heart and spirit. And Mrs.
CCA, lllK UUIHUtfllltra KHUW L US i . 4 a. at
. ji.. .kI ..v.k.-..T..;'Jist angry men, would have been tihty.' t ioosevet it young in both
w c in inn rr CAmo rt t met rinnnn rfm
Federal visitor, the mdustry wi 1-",". ln"- hr. Jk
PORT AMADOR NCO GLU8
Between the cockroaches at the Ft. Kobbe NCO dub and
other comments concerning the Albrook NCO Club, let's cast
our eyes on tne in. Amaaor wuo uiuo.
go up to a six dollars and wsek ""SjV i"..,?"
kace if necessary.. This will : W c.
le about 15 cents ah hour p e r J? J? ,WJ" a rarin?
man more in wage and .ringe ben "P0"-
efits costs. iT-4 P anX,thml 8d,
The Aiitft TIninn nennle ahn' me nuuouy wl" oeiwve 11.
haven't given much recent thought
to the profit sharing proposals,
have been thinking of a $10 week
package, or about 25 cents an
The Lunts, who havc been en enchanting
chanting enchanting Broadway for years, will
soon display their sorcery again.
The source of their magic is that
old-fashioned thing cared hard
Iwork ... "Idiot's Delight" was one
, They are reportedly willing v to
come down to $8 weekly or 20
Recently a new board of governors, elected by the active !. r S!m7 tvSu'
membership of said club, took office and began discharging their lH?se "XtrT wh5 would be
not altnoethor clmnle Hntle Tholr fn.f. 4 .T. HOUSe ODServerS WnO WOUW OC
deserve a lot of thanks and certainly a feeling of encouragement
on our part. We do have among us (the general membership)
a few rumor-mongers, vho could neyefetoe, satisfied even if they
were guests at the Statler Hotel or the El Panama Hilton,
It Is however surprising to note that those who complain the
loudest, frequent the Club the most. These complaints range
from: Not my brand of beer on free beer nights, to why does the
bar close at 23:00 hours? i
I am a member in good standing and I have the following
called in to help settle the conflict
that the field of battle mow nar
rows down to .that nickel differ difference.
ence. difference. In any event, there will be
8 guou sizea wage increase oy
In the industrial areas through
which I've been driving, the boys
will give you odds that it will be
won without a strike this year.
1. The Ft. Amador NCO Club is being managed properly.
2. The food is better than good, and reasonable.
3. The entertainment has improved 100 per cent.
4. I welcome the return of Bingo.
5. The waitresses are slow (But who can teach an old dog
to do new tricks?)
I. Luke Is still the best bartender on the isthmus.
7. The board of governors is doing a fine job.
8. We don't have cockroaches.
9. Those members who, do not like the place should get out.
ATLANTIC SIDE SAFARI
I think one day soon I will have to go on a Safari. I will
hire -natives to carry tne loads, put on combat boots and arm
myself with a machete but before going l must trim my grass,
clip hedges and pull weeds and unwanted flowers.
rftiuL. yhv the safarl? Most; any Atlantic-slder can tell you. We
will leave out at the crack of dawn seeking a very rare thing.
GOING STATESIDE ?
Whether you look forward to retirement, a
change of station or just a long vacation . be
sure you do not carry unseen "f res-riders" in your
furniture or luggage. ..' j
Tropical termites established in your favorite
chair or bureau will continue their destruction in -a
northern climate and may infest your next home.
Winter clothing, stored in the tropics, should be,
protected against moths. Books and papers often cur curry
ry curry the dreaded silverfish borer.
Fumigation by modern methods is safe, odorless
and convenient. Furniture and personal possessions
can be sealed and fumigated in your own home at a
minimum of expense and bother. You owe it to your yourself
self yourself to protect your own property.
''PRONTO" Service, the scientific pest-control
branch of the Agricultural Development Corporation,
specializes in the control of tropical insects. A tele telephone
phone telephone call to Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777 may save
your worry and expense later .
a Florida utilities commissioner
reported to ne a friend of the tel telephone
ephone telephone company." Smathers had
three Weeks to check further on
Mack. Instead, he eulogized him.
sen. Housnd of Florida did the
same. He saiff Mack would' do
"a KnlanriiH Ink."" hA ..ul
of experience which should highly
qualify him," etc.
The only Senator who bothered
to ask, critical questions was Mike
raonroney of Oklahoma, a former
Other SeiiatOTs Buovantlv:' -iov.
ously embraced m Florida com commissioner
missioner commissioner who later was to be fh
ed from the FCC
AID FOR INDO-RBBELS
Most interesting Inside develop development
ment development at the recent SEATO confer conference
ence conference aside from intimations by
our Asiatic allies that they want wanted
ed wanted to pu'l out of SEATO was
a visit of Indonesian rebels to
They hoped to see John Foster
Dulles to urge aid for the revolt
against President Sukarno and his
aiiegediy ned-intntrated govern-
Dulles refused to see thorn nn
the ground that he couldn't be in
Adm. Hvman RiaVh,.. l.
ther of the atomic submarine, has
pointed out that 27 Polaris sub sub-marines
marines sub-marines could tlmut
tth.ckednUed StaU!? W0UW ot
By hiding under the Arctic u.
pack they could retaliate imme immediately
diately immediately against the cities 'of Rus-
. wng as me Kremlin knew
they weret here rearlv t
Rickover believes Russia would
never attack the United States.
Marshall Zhukox f .tin
nuing his ait-dowrT .,.1
party chief Khrushchev and flatly
refuses to accent anothar ih Uy
wikov, returned from his Cri.
mean vacation, is living in a smlu
HeTw Sift ASS
acceni a JH d?m?ted Won't
iH 2ft." "Jl"0' Jfl" is determined
to retire. zhuvov ls t
S.URhe7ArUl SUPPrt iDSid'
SLANTING ATOMIC NEWS?
Admiral-trauss's Atomic Ener Ener-gy
gy Ener-gy commission has satisfied Con.
gressmen that it didn't mean to
misstate the facts about ttSSJut?
ffi MPloiion, ktlsm
heard 10 times as far awaas thi
But ft mav hav miu Ait
ficult time explaining a directive"
i , r me"1?ers laneied "For Of-
ujf Only," giving public re re-ations
ations re-ations directions lor the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming Pacific atomic tests.
.?We confidential i-
? w rescuons to the
In other words, this secret public
relations memo indicates in ad.
yance that the news will be slanted.
n.c"Ic.AG0x Vice President
Richard M. Nixon, calling on Rus Russian
sian Russian leaders to talk sense in pre preparing
paring preparing for a summit conference:
"The Soviet leaders are block blocking
ing blocking the road to the summit by
insisting on conditions which they
know and we know will assure
MOSCOWComedian Bob Hope,
at an American i!,nioa!s.- ..uv:
"How about that vodka I?'m
surprised the whole country Isn't
up with the Sputnik."
WASHINGTON -r House Speak Speaker
er Speaker Sam Rayburt),
to push immediately for an anti antirecession
recession antirecession tax cut:
"It is still too early to jump."
TH! INSIDI FACTS
' GREENSBORO, N.C. (UP) -Tohn
Gunther, author of "Inside
U.S.A.," "Inside Asia" and other
VInside" books, has a young ad admirer.
mirer. admirer. He is high school student
Jerry Sawers, who built a dis
play of the human resolutory
system for a science fiir and
titled it 'Inside John Gunther."
cat landlocked see in the
world, is the remain of a buch
larger body ol water. A few
million years ago, this greater
tea, called Tethys by geolo geologists,
gists, geologists, extended eastward across
southern Asia. Later the shores
Of Tethys were thrust together
as the earth's crust contracted.
Much of the sea bottom was
pushed up and wrinkled to
form such mountain systems as
the Alps, Apennines and Atlas,
ft Britannic Jr. Encyclopedia
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Attorney aul A. Porter said to
day that a member of the House
subcommittee investigating theer outside influences
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Attornev Charoes Solon Once I'Dear Friends' Winlhrop Rockelelle
J. rr T i r j In US Help Keep Settled Mien
took Up K,t lelevision Use Xuciaito Comfortable On Bobo And Son
r I NAPLES, Italy (UP)-Derjorted'lAckerer settled $6,393,000 on
WASHINGTON. March 22 (UP) coda of ethics bill was deaianed Yor vce king Chsrles hie wife, Barbara (Bobo) Sear
to shield officials of government
regulatory agencies from improp
Federal Communications Commis
sion Rep. Charles A. Wolverton
(R-N.J.) once interested himself
in an FCC television case.
Wolverton, who is sponsoring a
code of ethics" bill for the FCC
and other agencies, said he did
nothing wrong. He said ft was
perfectly proper for members of
Congress to represent their con constituents
stituents constituents before government
Porter produced at the subcom
mittee hearing a March 30, 1953,
letter from Wolverton to Paul
Walker, then FCC chairman. In
it. Wolverton said he was 'Very
much interested" in the request
of South Jersey Broadcasting Co
for TV Channel 17 at Camden,
(Lucry) Luciano had court sup- Rockefeller, and son' in a 1954
port today, for his claim that he divorce settlement, it was re re's
's re's Just an honest businessman, vealed for the first like Thurs-
The support came from a mag- day.
istrate's tribunal here. It threw i 5
out a police reauest to "exile"! toukpfllr' .ttnin-v Timothv
Pieiffer, made the disclosure
tacted by Katzentine in hit e- f. oui-or-jne-way island or moun-In testimony in the suit of n n-forts
forts n-forts to win the Miami TV ehas- hamlet as "socially danger-other attorney to col'ect $100,000
nel. The station was awarded by ous- ii counsel fees for his claimed
Wolverton also took the lead in
. An U M.LMWMlat t
LS1MBK UU LUC IB limill laiHIl VU -
Mnnn fiAm iMttAn ati- him ironi this busy port citv to N
i FCC to
by Erskine Johnson
MA Sfeff CtrraspWtnf
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On Onstage,
stage, Onstage, Offstage and Upstage: Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's big March Academy
Award TV spectacular will be com commercial
mercial commercial free-the film industry is
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for Nl A Service
No cate vulnerable
INT. Pass 3N.T.
Opening lead f 5
paying the bills this time and it
couldn't have happened at a more
With an outside sponsor crab
blng the checks, even old Oscar
might have 'been roped into ioin
ing the western stampede. Ablate
lobster supper the other night
gave me a horrible dream that
a sponsor WAS running the show
this year and I have some
nightmarish- notes today on what
ur ga the
case at a
day and to
erwise appears to
be in the pablic Interest'
Wolverton's request for an early
hearing was not, granted. Walker
replied in an April 16 letter that
the case had been deferred be
cause, it would have been con
trary to commission policy to
take up at That uine.
The FCC awarded. South Jersey
a construction permit lor the rv
station in 1954. However, the
station is not yet on the air.
Porter told' the subcommittee
he brought up Wolverton's letter
only because of "unjustified crit-
itiktm" nt hie ilionf A TTi.tinlM
uawuMiic, iim jtuviuiij sena senators
tors senators in behalf of his unsuccessful
bid for TV Channel 10 at Miami.
This is the case now being inves
tigated by the subcommittee.
Wolverton told Forter. a for
mer FCC chairman, that "there
ia absolutely no impropriety in
any congressman even though
this was a contested case at the
time making a representation on
behalf of his constituent."
At the time of the correspond correspondence
ence correspondence Wolverton was chairman of
the Hduse Commerce Committee,
which oversees the FCC. His
the f cu to a
Hollywood Was lucky to escape.
EAST eovered the dummy's sev
en of hearts with the nine and
Generous George won with the
East remarked, "Where is your
well-known generosity? Couldn't
you let us have that trick?"
George replied, "I might have,
but chose not to. However, as you
well know every day is Christmas
with me and I will show you my
hand. Take a good look and you
will see that I have to guess where
the queen of spades is. If you
were as generous as I am. you
would tell ma and save me a lot
George proceeded to play out
all four rounds of diamonds. East
discarded two clubs and West let
the three of spades go.
This was all George needed to
tell him where the queen of spades
was. East could well have afford
ed a spade discard and West did
not need to hang on to both his
clubs. Obviously both opponents
were trying to double-cross him.
George played West for the queen
and made his contract.
If East and West really had
wanted to make things hard for
George they had two ways to do
it. One wav would be for each to
discard a soade: the other for
neither one to let a spade go.
Or if they had been able to out outguess
guess outguess George, East would have
got rid of a spade white .West
would have guarded his queen to
the limit. In tha,t case I believe
thev would aurelv have fooled
In my hair-raising dream the
show was titled, "Oscar Rides
Again,' and .aiUthe atars arm
ed at the theater in stage coaches
surreys, covered wagons and on
horseback. The marshal-of-cere-monies
was Bob Hope, who pack
ed a nair of colt .45 s. when Deb
bie Reynolds refused to sing
Tammy" aeain. Bob nennered
tne noor around her, feet with but
lets while saying, ;'S i n g, gal,
sing' &ne sang.
INSTEAD OF that nice follow
from Price Waterhouse and Co:,
a yeinng galoot on a horse from
me rony express ganopen on
stage with the sealed- envelopes
There even was a showdown gun
fight for the best actor title. While
the orchestra played the "Gun
Fight at the O.K. Corral" 'theme,
Alee Guinness and Charles Laugh
ion, trigger lingers itcning, stalk
ed each other around the stage
rjnaiiy uiev orew ana nrea.
Both dropped to the floor, were
carried out and Marlon Brando
took the Oscar home.
The best sound award, of course
went to tne Winchester Rifle Co
BUT I REALLY didn't think the
sponsor should have insisted on
changing the shape of all the Os
car' trophies on diiplay. Putting
Oscar on r horse, I thought, was
overgoing it a little.
Davis Jr. delaying plastic surgery
to give him a better profile, until
after filming of 'Porcv and Bess.'.
: Producer Sam Goldwyn likes him
with the nose flattened by surgery
when he lost an eye in that auto
HALF A DOZEN buddine
thespians playing a scene from
"Bus Stop" just before closine
time in tne cottee shop of the
Sands-Sunset Hotel. One of the
customers. Dick Powell, watched
the emoting and asked two of the
eager ,0 beavers & have their
agents contact him.- Even acting
is on menus in Hollywood.
Wolverton, who is retiring this
year after 32 years in Congress,
asked why Porter picked his let letter
ter letter out of the FCC files instead
of one from some other' subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee member.
'I felt that your stature was
such that nobody could challenge
the propriety of this practice,"
Whan Pnrter added that he had
a great deal of resepct for Wol Wolverton.
verton. Wolverton. the congressman com commented
mented commented that he bad a funny way
of showing it.
Wolverton said he had testified
publicly in the Camden TV case
"so there wasn t any question of
going in a back door" by writing
a letter to the FCC chairman.
In his letter to the FCC, Wol
verton said that Westinghouse
Corp. bad withdrawn aa applica application
tion application for the Camden TV channel,
clearing the way for approval of
South Jersey's anriication. Was-
ungnouse was aouin jersey s on
ly competitor at the time.
FCC Chairman Walker replied
to Wolverton 16 days later. He
told Wolverton that the FCC had
considered his request for quick
action but rejected it because
that would have been "a devia
tion" of, previous FCC procedures
"and might raise serious ques
tions concerning the legality of
Walker also said that another
application had been filed for
Channel 17 five days after Wol
verton proposed the FCC should
award the channel to south Jer
sey. The new application made
the channel again a contested
LUClSnO annarentlv rnnvinrrl ,( in nMaintna thn cottlomnt
the judges be now is Irving a life fjr Mrs. Rockefeller. The settle settle-beyond
beyond settle-beyond reproach, despite repeated ;ment bad previously been esti-
"X u.o. w enforcement mated at around 5 million dollars,
officers that he still "pulls P eiffer said it provided a S2, S2,-strtngs
strtngs S2,-strtngs In the American under- 393,000 cash settlement for Mrs.
The tribunal ruled he Is "a free
citizen who, as has been proved,
conducts a perfectly regular life
which gives no grounds for cen censure."
Lucky blamed his latest trip to
Ht on "ovwtantlv f,W
on "evidently false"
Rockefel'er, trust funds for her
in the amount of 11,500,000, and
trust funds totalling $2,500,000 for
Boston attorney Joseph Sax is
suing both Rockefellers for the
$100,000 fee, .claiming he made
the financial arrangement which
Police had wanted to know
where he got the money to live
"in luxury." He said he showed
hV dOn t VOII ffllV 1mv ma Imi nil in fin.l (mm hv
I tit, nao in wvi uui 111 imai wi ii mj
t m oemMiaea of re-other lawyers,
Mrs. Rocke'eller testified by
deposition from Florida that she
Ke.fl ViiroJ Ca.tr AnKr in atfAnt x
. . "Mvnvu iiau uucu wan vutj w ca,t.(.v
tax reports to the tribunal to reconciliation, on the understand understand-woye
woye understand-woye that savings, legitimate lie that she would pay him only
business interests here and some $100 and expenses if he failed,
help from "dear friendx" In th .nt h.f .ha tiA v.i in.m.n!.
T Ta - v.v wu win u mm in cm. null tuiuinu-
United States provided him a'afelv after mMtintf for that
comfortable," living. Ipurpose did fail.
VI IL 1
TOKYO. March St (UPWaM
nese military pilots have been in instructed
structed instructed not to try to shoot down
foreign aircraft which violate Ja Japan's
pan's Japan's air space, it was learned
The Japanese Self -Defense
Aoencv ordered nilots of its com
bat air unit to fire only warning
w mat nt anv aerial invader
to force them to land or drive
them Off, sources said.
WHAT'LL YOU HAVE? "Bossy." one of eight head of cattle
that broke out of a truck delivering mem io me saj'u.
Chicago, acted Mke she knew ber way around the city. She
headed straight tor a nearby tavern but was captured before,
being able to sample any of its products.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER IMS)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" March 25
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KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUD, SPAIN
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tona) . .April 2
SJ3. "REINA DEL AR" (20,225 Tone) April 13
" TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
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' S.S. "COTOPAXl" April S
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD HOLLAND
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North East Seath Wast
IA Pass 2 Pass
SV Pass 3 4 Pass
You, South, hold:
AK t VK I e'j 7 C 4 3 A Q 10 4
A Bid seven etaba, tear
partner has tehee the treofcle to
j y in hearts awl then gene
right to ate etaba. Be east have
a diamond loser aa
and swart kings m
any losers in those setts.
Instead of bidding six clubs
your partner merely has bid four
spades. What do you do now?
The reason I woke up, I guess,
during every one of his commer commercials.
cials. commercials. AFTER OUTWITTING .whole
armies, hungry lions and Anita
Ekberg in his movies, Vic Ma
ture, rm sure, win save no
trouble with Indians on his trail
in "Escort West? now before the
cameras. But it s a more sub
dued brand of Mature actpg and
bravery, says the big hunk of
man with a never-say-die record
of heroism in 44 movies.
"More the quiet Gary Cooper
type, ne grinned.
It's also a rather racy race
across plains and desert with
Vic riding herd on two gorgeous
aous, uiame Stewart and Faith
Domergue, who, give him, more
trouble than the Indians.
ELAINE'S TRESSES are bru
nette again, after she turned
blonde for a U-I flicker. But
never again. "It came out butter
yellow, and with brown eyes,"
she winced, "I looked like Main
St. after dark,
Mature about his golf: "Terri "Terrible,
ble, "Terrible, but a caddy told me I have
the best TV drive in the country.
-When I asked him what he
meant, he said: "If a TV camera
followed your ball, your slice
would give the people a view of
the entire aolf course."
Hollywoodites Are Talfing
Comedian Ben Blue's new night
club eatery in Santa Monica and
the new Scandia Restaurant on
the Sunset Strip. Ben's drolleries
toe thj sesi Jsiigli shaw in tfawt
and Scandia's decor matches the
excellence of its cuisine.. ..Sammy
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PAGE rOUl TUt PANAMA AMKRK AN AN IffttEPENDIOT DAILf Hf8WSPAPKfl
Social and Oik
Smithsonian Associate finds
Bird Ventriloquist In Panama
Htaal ana Ksmenvue
Suff. y pc
ft. li I 71 I'll I i
Jt H L cJ If uttflmm
MR. AND ma. muWM r.
HONORED AT DESPEDIDA LAST
M. .nH Mm Ullllam P.
farewell dinner held iMt etenlnt in W Till Guest House.
Host! were employes of the Accounting Dhrleion Iron which Mr.
Browne It retiring After more than 30 yers of service.
Following dinner. a floor show renderod with all parti participants
cipants participants heing employes of the Accounting Divlelon. A comedy
gfiad matic by an orchestra. 1m compoeed of smplove. was
fendered during the evening. Mr. Browne was presented with a
St Xch while his wife received cologne a ncf perfume
TheBwwnei are leaving the first week in April for the
gtae?tnd pUnto return to Coata Bica where they will make
BMlhMrlM and Construction
SST? Honor U. Oovernor
per-dence to be given Saturday
Kg, April 19 at the Tivo
Guest Mouse. Honor guests will
be Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Hugh M.
Arnold, who are leaving the tanai
Si I early in July for their flew
post at Fort Bragg.
Music for dancing until mid mid-night
night mid-night will be furnished by Lucho
Azcarraga and his conjunto.
Tickets, at $8.50 rr person,
$T a couple, are available from
the various Branch Chiefs or Su Supervisors
pervisors Supervisors in the Engineering and
Construction Bureau. The price
includes drinks beforo dinner, a
buffet supper, entertainment, and
dancjng Reservations should be
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Jones
Will Leave Isthmus This Weekend
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Jones
are leaving the Isthmus this week
end for Miami, Florida and plan
to go from there to Arizona where
4hey will reside for the present
tfttie. Mr. Jones has retired after
32 year of service with the Eleo Eleo-trical
trical Eleo-trical Division of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal co:
Ex-Wife Of Hitler
Youth Leader Asks
Freedom For Nazi
llONDON. March 22 (UP) -The
blonde ex-Wife of Hitler youth
madder Baldur von Schirach ap appealed
pealed appealed to the British Foreign Of Office
fice Office personally today for the re release
lease release of the 82 'year old Nazi
from Spandau Prison.
She said the 13 years of im
prisonment had taken a heavy
tol on him and she feared for
A Foreign Office spokesman
told her any such decision must
be left up to the four occupation
powers Britain, France, the
United States and -Russia.
Mrs. Von Schirach divorced her
Imprisoned husband eight years
He is one of only three prison'
ers all convicted Nazi war crim
inals in Spandau. The other two
are Rudolf Hess and former Nazi
Supply Minister Albert Speer. Von
Schirach was sentenced to
HAMILTON FUNDI, INC
from ordinary Income
QlL it Pr share
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foyoifc Ap JO, I95S, fo ianhcUm
WWIAM S, LYON, Mrkt
ra a un, rum i-rm
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INVERSIONES GENERALES, S A.
Jose Francisco (tela Ossa No. 38
m 'Li 2-0740 20 Ul Uw.. 9:00 a J 10 ...
Brottne Were faOBOTtd ffttMtl At
The Jones wep honored guests
at a cocktail bu.fet given In the
Garden Room of the Tivoii Quest
House Thursday evening, Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 40 guests attended
Luncheon At British Bmbaisy
The British Ambassador and
Lady Henderson were hosts at a
luncheon at the British Embassy
yesterday in honor of Mr. CW.
St. J. Turner of the Bank of Eng England
land England who is visiting Panama.
Among the guests were Mr. C.
W. St. J. Turner Mr. and Mrs.
Jean Valley, and Mr. Mrs D. I.
Abou Saad Shrine Holds
Informal Dinner Dance Tonight
The Abou Saad Shrine party to tonight
night tonight will be an informal, sport
shirt dinner-dance, beginning at 7
pm. at the Ancon Masonic Tem Temple.
ple. Temple. All members are requested
to wear their fezzes, but coats
and ties will not be the "order of
The chicken-in-the-basket din dinner
ner dinner will be served shortly after 1
with dancing from 8 to 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Arundel A. Hall
of Parque Lefevre announce the
birth of a daughter, their first
child at Gorgls Hospital on Thurs
utiKN, switierland, March 22
(UP) The lower house of the
hwiss Parliament today approved
a constitutional amendment to
give women' the right to vote in'
The issue will be nut to a ref
erendum later this year.
FRANKFURT, Germany (UP)-t
Walter funk, Hitler's economics
minister, has returned to a West
German rest home after a suc successful
cessful successful gall bladder operation, it
was disclosed today. Funk, 68wa
operated on at t clinic m Wuerz Wuerz-burg
burg Wuerz-burg a few days ago.
COPPER EXPORT! LISTED
SANTIAGO, cnne.(UF) Chile
has sold eight million dollars
worth of copper wire Jo Ruaaia
and various Eastern European So
vlet satellites, the government
saia toaay. most ennean c
Unpurchased by the united
from lecuritlai profit.
I sf from Ueuriri..
of April 1, 1998.
us a visit.
day afternoon. The baby girl
weighed in at eight and one-half
punds and mother and daughter
are doing well.
Cristobal Women's Club
Heidi Desert Card Party
The Cristobal Woman's Club
held a dessert card Party at the
Margarita clubhouse on Tuesday,
The doorprile donated by the
Cristobal Yacht 'Club waa won
by Mrs. R. E. Bond. Mrs. M. F.
Greene received a lovely door door-prize
prize door-prize from Alfeacen Central and
Mrs. E, A, Dyer won the urise
from Cyrnos. Mrs. A. J. McLean
Wat chairman of the card party.
Fire In Farm Home
By Wis. Authorities
PLAINFIELD, Wis. (UP) A
fire of undetermined origin today
destroyed the unoccupied "house
of horrors" farm home of Ed
Gein. Authorities investigated the
possibility of arson
rne ramming two-story
building in which Gein housed
skuiis, tace masks and other hu human
man human troDhlea was to have been
sold at auction Palm Sunday.
Clergymen and townspeople
were reported to be opposed to
sale of the home on a holy day,
and resentful over the alleged
plana of some groups to aelt post postcards
cards postcards and lunches during the auc auction.
tion. auction. They claimed it would ''com ''commercialise"
mercialise" ''commercialise" Gein's crimes.
The fire was spotted by Plain Plain-field
field Plain-field o'iicer Burt Carlson who
saw flames shooting from the
house early today. Carlson noti notified
fied notified the local fire department, b
Ed Marofla, editor of the week week-ly
ly week-ly Plainfield Sun, said there bad
been talk in town recently that
"someone should burn down the
Gein farm home" as "one way of
cleaning up the Gein case,"
The nation was shocked last
November when authorities dis discovered
covered discovered the 51-yeat-old bachelor'
"house of horrors" and its grisly
collection of human remains,
Gein later confessed the but butcher
cher butcher slayings 0 two plainfield
area women and the tontine nf
about a doien craves to tal
parts Of women's bodies WO
nin lira nhnfrtnA t: j
" vnigcu wiui iirsi ae-
gree murder and was committed
w a siaie mental hospital as
Mr. Harmodio de Icaza, an
efficient employe of Sears Roe
buck Of Panama, will leave
shortly for Caracas Venezuela,
where he will take a special
course In refrigeration March
24 through March 29.
The cost of the course will
be taken care of by Sears Roe-
uuvga. on( wantia gi-i tumvt-
red this honor upftn Mr. icaza
because of his seriousness, hon honesty
esty honesty and sense of responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility in the performance of his
- Best wishes for success In
his studies are extended to Mr.
..3j.:.:; flBK 'raSJb
in the Panama Jungles there is
a bird ventriloquist.
This curious creature, the grey greyheaded
headed greyheaded dove, Is described by Dr.
Alexander We more, former Sec
retarv of-the Smithsonian Institu
tiofl and now Smithsonian research
associate, iit a publication On the
birds of Coiba island. Dr. wet
more reports an extensive study of
tne bird life of this Pacific con
The ventriloauist. he aavs. was
one of the most common birds in
the Coiba forests.
"They live and feed on the
ground," he reports, "usually two
or thrte together, rising to low
perches on logs or branches when
flushed, if not too badly frighten frightened.
ed. frightened. Occasionally i had random
glimpses of them, walking with
bobbing heads among the sha shadows,
dows, shadows, or standing completely mo motionless,
tionless, motionless, when it was difficult to
distinguish them in the dim light
of their haunts.
"Some of the males Were call calling,
ing, calling, a single hooting note, So high
ly ventrlioquiat tnat we never
succeeded in following it to see,
the actor perform, though we
were certain of the source.
"Usually the birds when eatl.
ing appeared to rest on lew
branches near the grown, where
they were completely eeneealed.
Whan we cam too near they
became silent and flew or walk walked
ed walked away, lut always the Im Impression
pression Impression was that the sound
came from the trees rather
than from the undergrowth near
Amana tht mar abundant birds
of thla tropical! sland are several
members of tne humminmora fam family.
ily. family. Concernlna the habits of Rief-
fer'a hummingbird, Dr. Wetmore
reports: "They were especially a
bundant at the flowers of the
white mangroves and at the blos
soms of tne guayaoo trees growing
in the open. The flowers of the
manofnv were so large that to
feed on them easily the hummers
usually percnen on tne ena or tne
oetale and then reached with their
long bills to probe the centers."
a nest he describes as "built
on a shaded horizontal branch a a-bout
bout a-bout seven feet from the ground,
the entire structure being formed
GRACE LINE NAMES
A group headed -bv Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner end imith
and including Paine, Webber, Jackecm At Curtis, flmlth, Barney
t, nn wviifn twoirt Xr en and f. Eberstadt & Co.. has been
designated as underwriters for
Line inc. of government insured bonds secured mr ft first pre preferred
ferred preferred ship mortgage on the new "Santa Rosft" And "Banta
Paula," it was announced by Lewis A. Lapham, President,
Thla type of public financitiR is new in the mrtory of the
American Merchant Mftrine and it is expected that develop developments
ments developments will be watched closely by investors, and the maritime
In tho flrat and necessary
program, Grace Line nas formally applied to. tne Feaerai Man- gnow?
time Administrator for ship mortgage insurance under Title XI i should she worry about her chil chil-qf
qf chil-qf the Merchant Marine Act of 19Se as amended to cover ftp-1 iren's s0Cai adjustment or about
proximately $21,000,000 of financing. ; j, , 1 1 national problem of social a-
The Insurance for which approval Is reauested, amoun utmeat involved in the integra integrate
te integrate approimately 75 of the cot to Grace Line of the two ne irm nuestion
300-passenger, 20,000-ton ship, the "Santa Rosa" and "Santft
pauia" now Duiiamg at Newport News, Virginia. Tne "Santa
R0a" is scheduled for delivery this June and the "Sfthtfi
PftUla" in early fall, at which time they will enter service be between
tween between New York and the Caribbean and south America.
Title XI provides a pledge of faith of the United States to
payment Of W0 of the principal and interest of such bonds,
we have it!
m v" .'
I PANAMA COLON
of fine shreds of plant fiber. The
outer surface waa grayish brown,
decorated with a few bits of lich lichen.
en. lichen. The female perched on the
Mos common bird of be Coiba
edge of the neat beside the y
stridina steadily at larae ants
ran back and forth along the
Moat common bird of the Coiba
forest undergrowth was a White White-throated
throated White-throated robin. When Dr. Wet-
more imitated its call as manv
as a dozen Would come flying into
the branches above him where
they would remain motion ess un
til they detected Some movement.
Then they would dart to denser
cover, to remain closely hidden a
An interesting little bird waa
the yearbero, or yellOW faced
grassquit. It was a creature of pas pasture
ture pasture And fhA a4 So nt iUn foa
congregating especially where tall
irasses have rinenlnr stori
"They feed,' saye Dr. Wetmore,
"by balancing on the grass heads
as these sway and bend beneath
their slight weight. At headouar-
ters dozens came to feed about
the mill that hulled the rfce. Thev
were completely tame and often
came hopping about the feet of
men sitting on benches."
MANILA (UP)- Police provid provided
ed provided a book in which Visitors to
their exhibit on how criminals op operate
erate operate miffht write fomments. To-
A., iUmt dl tilitYi nkanrtn thU
before but after looking at your
nnh "T ,) lmltv Hllfdlir
posters, you bet m be a better
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Jtst such lightweight fabric. Urn-
iily, this bulky look is reserved
l appears in an uie vuiicvuuun,
veaves ana Knit-nae wooiens,
mixing Orion W,ith WOOl,
It gets more and more difficult
for a woman to know what til
Should she worry over Junior
who is out in the family car or
over the military significance of
t.putnjk, numbers I and II?
Should she worry about Sis tak-
iJg on CO many outside activities
that she doesn't snend.enouftb time
on studying, or over the Russian
educational system that seems to
be turning out scientists faster
than we are?
Should ahe worry about giving
her children advantage) or wnetn-
er her children will bring up their
cwn chi dren in the kind ot world
SM nas been iucity enough
! Should she worry about family
inances, or the larger problem
I Should she worry about being
I s good a homemaker as possible,
r should she be worrying over
t3nse situations On foreign fron.
Should she worry about how the
family is aolng to manage to
finance a new car before the old
one falls apart, or how the coun country
try country is going to manage to get the
money to catch up in the missile
Rer small, personal family wor worries
ries worries seem shamefully insignificant
whenever she picks up a newspap
er, listens to a news Droaacast or
sits down to read a new maga-
And yet if women don't con
centrate on family oroblems who
So most women todav seem to
be' doing what women must" al
ways have done: thev wbrrv a-
bout big events with the back of
their minds while making home
and family matters their first con'
Viet Nom Regime
On Commy Charge
SAIGON, Vietnam. Mapch 22
(UP) The government today an
nounced the. arrest of nine Viet
namese newspapermen on charges
oi communist underground aetiv-
Informed sources said a 10th
person, a, Vietnamese employe of
the U.S. Information Service, also
A government communique said
the- mine confessed they had been
conducting communist propagan
da work. They were not identi
fied, but an informed source said
they worked for 6. of Saigon's 25
Poris In Spring
A Shivery Thing
PARIS, March (UP) Paris
shivered in the sorine todav.
The sun was bright and the sky
was blue, but the wind was cold
and the temperature was near
A wind from the Seine River
swept through budding trees in
the T u i 1 e r i e s Gardens. Frost
nipped -the forsythia blossoms
llJardund the windmill of Long-
Nevertheless, spring must be
here, for the. Folies Bergere,
closed these past winter months,
I will reopen tomorrow night.
lightweight taffetas and- light fabric used in the Paris -coilee-chifions,
prints which simulate t ons. Ensemble-(left) has Jac Jac-wpoljsns,
wpoljsns, Jac-wpoljsns, lloral prints and print-ues Griae's barrel silhouette. Fa
ed stripes oflfiifrona are just arte soft, lightweight mauve chev chev-some
some chev-some Oi the fabric ideas making U in orlon and wool. The color is
new nauve. Three'Quarter lenght coat
; ,is worn over slim, stfaight skirt.
Colors are luscious: mauve, Young-looking dress and lack lack-bright
bright lack-bright turquoise, periwinkle, or-,et in iorget-me-nOt blue ia by Jac Jac-artge
artge Jac-artge and pink and light blues, dues Heirn. Dress has sleeve less
alMond green. OODDV red and, ton' and toifo.nlaatoH tilno,l
Ibrlght yellowish greens apaiK the
L We show here two of the new
How About A Meat
Of Iguana Or Boa
At YMCA-USO Meet!
Ever tried eating iguana meet
or boa contrlctor steak? If you're
th type of person who is willing
to try something' new, you'll be
pleasantly surprised next Tuesday
evening. That's wheh Mrs. H.
Morgan Smith will bring some of
the exotic foods. Of Panama to the
"Adventuring in Panama" pro
gram at tne Balboa YMCA-USO
Sample of many different foods
-M ilr? V iP were' still in hospitals today.
rin thP?lM.?2; Mitical conation ware
Ig JK?LflL2l.t,ii,,kIiIIrt' The,ma Brown- 26 who lived
lKff:Mte2S5,JS.tt ough the. holocaust in a -metal
to taste the foods, They will in
elude, in addition to boa and 1
guana, such native dishes and
drinks as bollo chango, cocada
and cafe con leche.
Mrs. Smith ir the wife of H.
Morgan Smith, survival officer at
Albrook Air, Force Base. They
both hail from St. Petersburg, Fla.,
put seem to thoroughly
their new home in Panama. Marge,
as she Is known to many.-is ac-
five in seiebtific fields' havine
done some, research here about
the, Cimarrones, the slaves from
pirate Heriry Morgans time. Her
educational background has been
Marge's interest in these unu
sual local foods stems, she savs.
form the fact that she likes to eat.
and comes from a family .that
likes to try1 hew foods, tlere on
the Isthmus over three years,, she
nas DUtlt un. a know edae of local
foods and their preparation, which
she is anxious and ready to share
wjth anyone who is interested.
inis is me trim m tne current
Adventure series, which1 is geared
to provide, military and civilian
personnel with information and ex experience
perience experience in interesting things to
do while In thePaBama area. It
starts at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,.
GILLINGHAM. England (UP)
The- local road safety committee
today panned a safety poster with
the slogan "good drivers keep
welL to the left." The committee
feared that with civic elections
coming up the poster might be
miswken for Sociahst Party prop
ClA HINWUaX ..
skirt. Short boxy jacket Has boat
(neckline, Tha fabric is a new
novelty weave of dacron and wool.
New Set Of Fire
NEW YOBK (uP)-Mayor Ro'
ert F. Wagner's' legislative aides
prepared a new set of fire and
building laws today in" an efrort
to prevent repetition o: the tragic
garment factory blaze in which
M scream id g workers died
A tire deMnhlent investigation
confirmed that delay in soUndmg
t. ,a tut
Dox into wnich she tumbled ac accidentally,
cidentally, accidentally, and Edward Wine, 38,
a truck driver whose skull Was
fractured when he steooed back
from the Hie net he was helping
to nom to nreaK tn fan of a
woman jumping wide of it.
Fire commissioner Edward F.
Cavanagh Jr. said investigation
showed no violations of existing
fire laws in the gutted building.
iw V p-T stirwiJ8- V
ffislbll.to v,rt"al'y u 0L
!'ms.' T" ,8ett u. b jinoat un
touched by fire when Cavenaah.
Wagner and newsmen entered the
blackened building Thursday.
A'so untouched, by either hand
or flame, was the red fire alarm
box past which three persona fled
after they failed to extinguish the
gas oven blase that burst into the
factory above them.
AMMAN,, Jordan, March 22 -(UPwordan
charged today that
Israeli forces opened fire across
the demarcation line and ki'led
Jordanian farmer yesterday.
A protest filed with the Mixed
Armistice commission said Jor Jordanian
danian Jordanian soldiers fired in self
defense and believed they wound
ed some Israelis.
RADIO R I PORT
CAIRO, U.A.R., March 81 (UP)
The United Arab Republic has
protested to Saudi Arabia about
Mecca KadV report that a crowd
threatened to attack the UAR Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Jeddah. the newspaper
Al Ahram said today.
The Mecca brbadct st, on March
13, said security forces had re restrained
strained restrained the mob,
VIN10A IOLIVAR TIM. COLON
TM F AH AM A AMEBIC AH AN CTDrftJTOCTT DAJLT MEWSPAFIB
p. qi rm
Church 01 Christ
. IBnrrow, IMBW
American lcoc tail.
,day M am 11 s.ov
HOUM no- MM V o
aicon Blvd. &
cocou lAniit cmmcH
nil uja stolu
Uhiw4 B. UUWtll Mate
ktuu bait wenneeeaj..
7:00 p m
7 tie p.
VviVikJ "i Monday
BDtist Training union .... ;.
ff M S Bible SAudj thur-
7 .00 o,lh
I Aft Alt A U'f)
T JO H"Mi(
11:00 iloiiness Meetins
Ip1 aftafc. Ilesele,
a:0o sii aav san Sol,
tl:00 HuiHies Meeting.
3:00 Sucday School.
7:30 Solvation Meetins
iiailr t ftpk IM Mrs, C. Moonaawmy.
1 4th Street Phone: 31-743.
OOLOn 1H1RU STREET
7:30 SkivatioD Meeting.
m Aev Oicir W. Olsen, pastor
ialbea Xbad at Sin Pibltr Street
1 I'ltlli Church Oftlnd 2J23I
a.m. Chiirch School rcu bus
aarvlce. Classen tor all sees.
10130 l.m. worship service The
Bxpanded Session for Nursery. Kinder
tartan, and Primary, Olptt. Church
tune nursery tar children under 3 yrs.
6:00 p.m. Junior Mlh fellowship
roai ntgn retrowsnip.
7:00 p.m. Senior Hlfh Fellowship.
V .30 p.m. Evening Service.
The Rev. Ray M. Blskcly Minister
Church School, With Adult BIB I
Class, 1,45. :
fervlde of Worship, 11:00,
oufh Pellowship, 5:45.
irlarita Ave. and Bolivar Jlwy.
v. Theodore E. Franklin re
MM' Oftlre. S-2842. Re.
li a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Clatw; Nursery througn adult.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship,
NNiifr- for infant and small chil-
A loWnteta schedule of auxiliary c
Uvities and official meetings ss an announced
nounced announced from week to ween.
Rev. Walker M. Alderton. Pastor
Of s 8-470 Res 6-130
f!30 l.m Sttnrlsv Scmtnl
lotto a.m. Mowing worship
Offielsl meetine snd week-aa
vltias ss announced
' Miliaria. m
Weidill C. PU1
rMdRV . .. ... S:30 0.fn
Cfcerchet a Hit mia firths kfl the Canal Zene, IBs) the tefBHaai eities
MM desk hi srrrtleg br Wedneediy MM If tie litest of ny crUftf.es
t Panama and Colon. Republic of Panaaa. extend s welcome af III
tiejsee H men and women of taw armed servicss. and to civilian ncigh ncigh-bon.
bon. ncigh-bon. ftieads and stringers.
A I publH servile, TM Plflimi AsMrtBae litH bWw, by Senomi Senomi-asrioes,
asrioes, Senomi-asrioes, noticel af Marl el Mtiltip aM other regain acfrVltiei.
Listings are rotated lre time to Mat. Danominationt having only
one or two congregation art Rated under "Other CMfaMe A Servieat."
A special lilting it included for services at Army posts. Ait 'area bases
and Naval stations.
Mmieterl, church idtretaries and chaplains ire asked ta inform the
far the coming Saturday's church page.
tttlam U Jt a.a
and ftOt B.BL
aiuroay, 1:30 ta :M
and 7:00 to 8:00 pm Th
SH p m
Oataaiumi auai' altar toa I
Oat Study Clul I J p m an
hw biv buwimi lit anJ iiM
hOO a.m. TnuMaat batata firm
' faJ1?aartmbavotlan! TiOO PM. sat
Ca'eeWa Clami till ta iat pm an
Ou LAOS 01 f AT1MA Ctu-uala
Hau at iwa a.m.
m m miss at i:3u p.m.
we ta ana pan. eat aan-
hlatt Olaaai gaturday l:N ta 10
CoieMions:SaTurd'ty 33?'to tilt and
in tn 7 an
CatMhlMB Clim: aVMay UN la noO
JUmuloua aieoai Novenai IM p.m
convert inewuauenai tnuraoay ia
SI. VINtklNTaV-Fiiiaai Oitf
Sunaay Masses! 6:00 and 8 30 a.m,
HOlv Day Manses: 8:30 and 5:06 p.m
(Kit fills on Situfdiy ths Misses art
nog ana iiw a.m,i
aipna: Saturday 1:00 to 5:00 and
p.m Tnursdiys oeiors rir
Iday J (40 B.m
Convert Class. 30 p.m. tUattUp and!
SUndae Mass: ilBO s'.m.
Holy Day Miss: 6:00 l.m. (It It UUs
to 5:00 p.m on
Cantemtomi 1:00 ta 4:30 a.m Sunday
t. JOHN jsaptis;
Ok LA BALLS
Sunday Mantes: s:
Hid 8:30 ajn,
iM MM., Thurs
rnof.ldruii 1:80 ta 4iM ana 7:uo to
Miraculous meuai noiwu. """j
P'5? . .... a....
CwvS ctlM Mo ndty 7:TB.m
i 7 :00 a,m.
Miss: 1:30 B.m
Confessions i ajewroay eiau i
Thundiy before First Friday 6:30 pin.,
Ceilam Oleas: T:15 pJB SUBday
-m. . A- ., a..an a- 1 itti sat saw
SacfM Heart N ovens: i:i pro, o
MV'.. .... rv..
Caflvart viaaai aiao vim ....-
Sunday Masaesi tub. l'-
Hell Day Mles: 5144 and BiOO a.m,
ConiesSlons: Bwuruay t:w w .w
Miraculous stee SI novenai nuiinwi
0:18 and 7i00 p.m. j M-
Sierea rienn norm, inw '.!
Sunday Evening Serviies 7i00 p.m.
convert Classi Till p.m on Mondays
f'alerhl!! C SIS'. SUnQSy IUU3 ajn. w
IIM a m, 3:00 p.m, to 4iOo pm.
Mum m m Eanoaltton of Moat Rlaea
ed Sacrament all day IteposlUon at 1:30
a.m. Slturoay morning.
First Saturday oevotions to our uaay
of PatimaTne JMiy Rosawaiw a.m
CI Cmminlnn tnatrtirl Inns for Shll.
dren Monday ind Thursdays aiOO to
r:oo p m
Sunday Masses: 7:0
8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
llelaarai. I VVi O.W ail wie
y Muse: 6:04. :0O s.m and
Confessions: Saturday 4:80 to 4:00 and,
7:08 toTlM p m Alter Rosiry elch eve
Miraculous Medal N Ovens: 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. or. Monday. ,,
Catechism Class: Aftet 4:00 Mass on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School year,
first Saturday i
Miss st 8:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH lb Msrgarlts
Sunday Misses: 7:30, 8:30. 11:5. e tu
First SaturdaV Mast! 0:00 a.m
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
Si.urdiy .. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Nov ana 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m
Confession .', 3:44 Pm to 4:44 p.m
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7 wo p.m
Group 7:40 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions
7:oo p m
ST VINCENTS Rainbow City
Marness: 1:30 am snd 8:00
Hois Day Masses: 6:00 a.m and BUM
laMMWOns 4:00 to 6:00 snd MM to
8:00 p.m Saturday
CStechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Clss every Monday It 7 JO
Miraculous Medal Nov ana: 7:00 o.m
sacred Heart r'ovena: 7:00 pjss. an
Sundav Mass' 8:15 s.m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 o.m
Confessions! 6:30 to 7:00 n m on Sat
vawnrsm mass s isi nm An Mnnnv
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7:00 snd 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 a.m and 5:0C
lay it 7:00 p.m and
atter an evening
apt sms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Nnvens 7'00 B.m
Sacred Heart Novens
J bo p.m on
KunriAV ScHdoI: 3:10 Dm mi Sunllaa
drWp.rWuratr ,or ch"
neiigious insirucuon tor adults (con
ducted in Smruini: 7 mo D.m an mop
Convert Instructions by appointment
The tt Rer 8.
Ike Vat Ml,
THE CATtttDRAL Of ST, LUKE
7:30 ajn. Holy Communion.
:U ajn, Chureb Sebaol (Holy Com
m union 3Ta Sunday).
1" 0:30 a.m Santa Communion, ltd Sun
lscul Osminlilt tilt i m
TiToo t.n atorninf Ptayar ana ut
non, Holy communion in stussay.
7:00 p.m. Bvanlnl Service.
lily a m. ttaiy OatMiiinirai
1:00 Dm tvaruna Prr
1 100 ajn
(: a as
Churck M Si Andrew
The Rsv WUUam W. Blldwta,
Pitaat m ckasaa
loiy Communion 7:30 a, m
iy rrayar ana
h School IM I4S
Mty CoSHBunitR anA
gPlyerA Sermon U.Oo 14ft
ly CeaWSuBiSB i00 a.m
Chapel af The Goad Shepherd
The Ray cm
ilafance W, Mayes,
it ta c
8:00 l.m. Morning Praytef.
(R.C. first rriaay escn ateniD)
The Ray. j8ohnS8pear!
Choral Suehkrist Ind Ser-
r. hurwi SchodV : .
3:00 p m
i:m p m
1:00 a m
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
WHDNMDAYS THUMDAYS ,
oly Communion ......... I'g
81mn?Au,charlsf JiJO an.
Office of compline tare p.m.
The Re. John Spear. Priest In Charge
tnrnUl Pravar and OBUrak
. 7" A, AM
Cotlfirmailan Clast .... .
Choril BuehirlSt and Ser-
cnool ..... ... :" "'
:j a m
moo .. low ajn
Hoiy Siptltm M2T
Evensonj ind Address .... 7:40 pm
Woffiini Auxiliary f p.m
THURSDAYS er FSAtt OAVS
Heiy Oommunlan 0:00 am
Chapel of the HoSr ComfeeW'
Ven. L B. Shirley. Print la Charge
1:30 sm. Holy Communion.
Church of St, Margaret
ElplVe and Sresos Blvd.
The Rev, Jesse K Renew. Recto
7:30 a.m, Holy Communion.
S:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
11:00 a m, Choral Euohirlst.
THURSDAYS ait HOLY DAYS
1:30 l.m. Holy Communion,
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest in Chsrge
Ths Rsv. David A Osborne.
r. l. ..a
. vicar ciuci.ua
sun da y
4:00 s.ik. Choril Eucharist A Barman
:30 a.m infant Baptism.
8,1)0 th Shurch School
IheiC lulliH P''
5:00 p.m Youth Fellowship
1 Iti i ft. Evensong and Address
2nd and 4thJ1?toNESDAYS
1 .30 o 10 Woman s auxiliary
St Paul's Cbuich
rhe Ven Lerdael B. Shirley. Rector
Thl Rev Fltl R. Atwell OeSCob
0:00 a.m. HBip communion
00 s.9i Sung Eucharist A Sermon
iO:4S sAi Morning Prayer and Churei
r,.Bi Solemn Vespers
8:30 a,ni .Holy Communion
7 :30 p fn.. Evening Prsyer and Sermon
a.-ou a. Hoiy communion
7:00 p.h.. Evening Prayer
L'HURMiAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 Hi Holv Communion
8-00 a.m. Holy Communion
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
TBI Rev. lames Ptter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Heavy A. Blake. Assistant
6:00 a.m.' Holy Communion.
IiM s.m. Mornifll' Prava.
9:00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 ajn. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and
MONDAY, TUESDAY THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. HOly Communion.
7:00 a. m. Morning Prayer.
SM p.m. Evening Prayer.
6 :00 a.m Holy Communion.
7:00 a. m Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer end Sermon
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m Children's Eucha
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
0:00 l.m. Holy Communion
7:00 a.m Morning Prayer,
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7 30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
10th Street, Parque Ufevrc
The Rev Clarence W Hayea.
t.m am ttaiy camanunian
7:41 a,m Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon
HJt ajn Morning Prayer and Churck
tm MB let ana are. waaaBB's Auai-
IiM B J unior Dsughtsrs af UM
at and Reunoui
Confirms ttaa Cuas.
09 tn MAAAIRMR
It. Anaaa, OX
h ............ f lei l.m
lee m MM a m
j......,., a pm,
fu"::r lis SS'
.v. "..'.?! 'iiS a
NATIONAL IAPT1AV CKDRCR
0iv1fiTWortiiip7. .TT0 a.m
7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abljo, F.F.
Sunday School ,.,
1 100 p.m,
MinsTi5Si4psWaf "to1? .. ana
undays at 4:00 pm Win Mattidtlll
SW Mitwa Road Balboa
1 an Ml
Building 400. Schoolhouie Road, Gitur
Sunday School; sunaay iiw a.m.
Sicriment Meeting: Sunday 11:00 i m
CUHUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCR
"A Wwm H8rtd Ctourch"
K Laldls. Mnlstee
THiiTV, Ot 43-4104
A ehureh nursey in provided.
OLD CA1HOLIC CMUML'H
7 JO pjn
v f rtiia o 0
7:30 p m
44 rirlt Street
UrbanizaciOn El Carmen. Panama City
informal Talks and OlatuiaiaH
Thursdays ,.8:0O p.m.
Colon, 8th Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar)
.Thursdays. 7i30 p.m
ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
lunday: U;00 a.m Worship Service
:00 p.m. lunday School.
7:14 p.m. Gospel Mrtrtee. ....
Mondav: 7:30 Youna People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 8:00 ChoK Rehearsal
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So-
THE CHURGh'oF GOD
Mrs Maude Hlaas, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 am,
Morning Worship ., 11.00 sm
Night Service 7 JO p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF UOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad fHS.
Rainbow City. Cansl Zone
Rev. Wm. Livingston, filter
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7034 Eighth Street Coldn
Rev. G. W. Grandtsen. Pastor
Sunday School 4:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10 JO a m
Night Service 7 JO p m
Mnrnlne Worshtn 9:00 a.m
unaay acnoo iu:w a m
light Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abate
Monte Oscuro Rd. 16th Bt.
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 s.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH Of GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev, B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone -428, Box" 213, Gamboa
Church at Paralso, C.Z (Rev ind
Mrs Herman Q. Whytei Colon. R.P
(Rev. Pemando Lorencel, Rio Abajo
iRev. and Mrs. Charles Ha.vnesi. ant
Cativl (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greavesj
Sunday and weekdays services It ill
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near DiiMo scneoi)
Rev. Clrf V. Thompson. Minister
Box 31 Diablo Heights C.Z.
Sunday Schooi in 10:00 a.m.
Worship service .......... ii:00i.m.
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
EvangelisUc Service 7:30 p m
Wednesdsy: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m
REEbEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Re Robert r Gdsslck. Pester
P O be BBS. Balboa
Sunday School. Bible class 9:0V m
Divine service I0:ia s.m
Hely Communion, first Sunday of the
farmer chapel of Our' Saviour's Epis
copal chapel 3rd St. and Mellndea Ave.
-. . ... .
IWT. -aaagaiiaFaBpaBBaaw' aapH a'
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
i Holy fmunlon. last Sunday of the
awa am ttaiy comm
f 00 sdR lyenini Pre)
Ma a m Junior
Me. Utser C
Sea aft Balboa.
routn narv re
Bunaiy a:oo p.m,
sdsv IiM a.m,
Jewtv-i rteilare Hoard Bin 1S2.X i m
doca Soau Balboa. CX Rabbi Nathan
serete- rrlo., tm oj Saturday
tic otr mm'
l9mi h uetlnea M Jnriik l.mu
under eou Base and Stations i
beasjreswHeei IM Sheariui UN
m jaeja a bm
aanaej um am weaneedap IM p n
Posts and Bases
ffiui?uraaHurry' 'iehcii'.'.' ioiod
MBflSP BaJMOi (SUiitufll Ms.
Vetith riViowshVpliundsV .-d
B Worship 10:3
la WorabJa t-n
Ifenhip jmlsi Madden Wye 7:0
'leer's Christian Ofliah 1
ALSROOK AIR FORCE BASE
ihg Worship ...... ilii k 10:44
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
sunoiy Benoei 9:30
Morning worship u:l
noiy communion first Sunday
MO HE ADUU ARTEM CHAPEL
dib ststion, summit...
liena. Saturday ...4:40 A
Confusion Siturdly ,. 1:44 A 8:00
roji : AOBBB
MIBfAay 'Jewlsea ni.i.,. B:00
aunaiy Masses ........ i:oo at 11:43
Monday Novens Devotions 7:30
Con,fisslonsSstui'dsy.. 8:00 7:30
OK AIR FORCE BASI
MpW ii.t a ai t e 1 1 s 1 1 ie 8.00
i a i 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1
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ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
ivi mug sv us .is is jj ii iiiii Mi
flayer reuowship Bldg. 253
Choir Practice Wednesday -Post
Chapel mi muiii
Youth fellowship, Sundiy .... 6:30
Bible Stud v. Wednssdsv 7:30
Ladies cnapel Guild, lit Thurs. ISO
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
sunosy School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion first Sunday
Dally Man : VA
Sundiy Misses 7:44 A
Confession!, Saturday .. 6:00 &
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dlily Mail 4:00
Saturday Miss 8:30
sundiy Mass 9:00
COCO SOLITO -?H
Sunday Mass 7:30
Greek Orthodox services sre conduct
ed at tha Chureb at the AnnnrlalinM
Via Beiissrio Porras, San franclsco de
la Calela, Paniml City, R.P., and at
tne cnurcn ot St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P.. on alternate Sun.
days nt 0:30. for further Information,
can uie umce oi tne Army chaplain
Weekly Service! in aU churches
Sabbath Schooi 9:30 ajn.
Divine Service U:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study snd Prayer Service
Pacific Side Panares
Paster W. ri. Waller-Tel 28-3-3506
Cebo Verde. Ave. J. f de la Oass
No. 17 Chorrlllo 25th No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sts. Rio Abalo 11th No. 27 Gambol
Pastor Q. D. Williams-Tel. 6 580
Pastor A. A. Qriizle Tel. 6-101
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panaml
faster Norberto quiror
Panama. Calls Darlln No. 3
i Pedregal & Nuevo Guarare.
Pstor G. A. Jeffries-Tel. 38 826L
Cristobal English-16th & Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanish -16th & Bolivar Ave.
0844 Cavilsn Road-Tel. 2-1859 & 2-3431
ft LB HO
Accused Of Trying
To Intimidafe Solon
MINDEN, L. (UP)A Nefro
businessman who complained
about vote registration policies to
day was under indictment On
chATftJ he attempiAef to intimi intimidate
date intimidate g stite senator.
Mcvicker Monroe Coleman Sr.,
57, part owner of a funeral home,
wag iflcuxtaq by tna Webster Par'
ish grand jury Thursday
A Mend paid hit $1,000 bond
and he was freed. Coleman faces
possible crimlflgl prosecution for
allegedly attempting to threaten
Stite Sen. Herman Wimpy Jones
Coleman slid the indictment
violates hut freedom of speech and
was as effort to ilow Negro vote
The Indictment earns after the
grind jury went into a hastily
cal'ed session to question Cole Cole-man,
man, Cole-man, six fBt agents, Jonei sod
District Judge James Bolin told
toe jury to determine if there had
bean violatione of vote registra registration
tion registration laws. Dilt. Atty. Louis Pad Pad-sett
sett Pad-sett said the jury alio began look looking
ing looking for tenons who may have
attempted to intimidate parish of'
nciais in connection witn vote
Some 10,000 Negroes were
purged from North Louisiana vot
ing rolls in early 1956 ih drives
by tb Citizens' councils to re reduce
duce reduce Negro voting power. Cole Cole-mm
mm Cole-mm said there were i,7oo Ne-
iroei registered at the end of
938 in Webster Parish. romnarnH
wun 73 waay.
He Mid he recently ran into
Jonei and Coleman asked him
when the vote rolls of the parish
would be open to Negroes. He de denied
nied denied making any threats vor at
tempting to intimidate Jones.
Gives Rouqh Ride
BONN. Germany. March 21
(UP) Socialists and Free Demo Democrats
crats Democrats shouted angry insults today
at each other in a bitter Parlia
ment foreign affairs debate that
hinged on plana to equip the
West German army with nuclear
Chance lor Konrad Adenauer
again tojd the deputies that Ger Germany
many Germany could not become patty to
an atom-free zone. He said Ger Germany's
many's Germany's only hope was to become
a strong, atomic-equipped partner
Socialist Deputy Helene Weasel
compared applause for the gov
ernment's atomic arms plan to
applause for Hitler when the Nazi
Enabling Act was passed 25
The Enabling Act gave Hitler
powers 10 govern Germany with without
out without reference to PlWlement 'and
paved the way for the later ex excesses
cesses excesses of the Nazi regime.
Her two-hour speech was inter
rupted constantly by boos and
catcalls from the government
Adenauer's supporters shouted
at her "get out" and "pfui" ai
me speaker cianged the bell re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly trying to restore order.
Mr4. Weuel told the parliament
that ths German people had ex expressed
pressed expressed overwhelming opposition
to atomic arms in public opinion
She charged Adenauer with
blocking German reunification
with hlg policy of strength and
adherence to the NATO alliance.
Adenauer, Intervening three
timed in the debate, said West
Germany must cling to Its NATO
membership as the only means of
insuring security and obtaining
He repeated warnings that Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man refusll to accent atomic
arms would mean NATO's col collapse
lapse collapse and would weaken the free
He wag backed UD bv a series
Of government party speakers.
Mrs. Wessel I0t Solid mnnnrt
for other opposition speakers.
Be Good For US,
Mike Todd Says
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (UP)-
froaucer Mike Todd said yester
day the recession could be "very
good for the nation."
"People get fat and loosen their
belts when things are too good,'
Todd said. "A recession stimu
lates everybody to go out and hit
a utile Harder.''
He said the ecoonomic slutnu
had affected show business but
predicted ;it would jar those in the
proiesgion out of their lethargy
and force them to "really get to
Todd addressed a luncheon
meeting, then held' a press con
lerence surrounded by guitars
arid mandolins in a Latin musical
group bA'ore flying back to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood and his wife Elizabeth Tay-
He came here to "cet ac
quainted with a typical American
city, wnicn nappesed to be show
ing "Arojund the World in 80
uays- at a local theater.
POP AND BOOT
ATLANTA (UP) Fatherhood
and the Army have separat separated
ed separated identical twins Jerry and Ter Terry
ry Terry Watkins.
The brothen have been almost
constant companions, even since
marrying. Their wives reported
today that both men were
"upset and broken hearted" at
the tfact Terry has been drafted
hut Jerry has net, because Jerry
Is a father.
Tomorrow being fasslon Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, there will be s choral Com Com-m
m Com-m union at St. Peter's church in
La 1 Boca, starting 10:30 a.m. The
Rev. John Spear will officiate.
Film Sunday rites will be held
on the following Sunday with the
blessing and distribution of palms
A procession will precede the eel3
The eucharist on Easter, known
as the Queen A Feasts, has been
advanced from 10:30 to 7 a.m. At
this celebration, which will be the
only one for the day. children and
parishioners will present their
lenten mite boxes.
The choir ia rehearsing a canta
ta, which may be presented in the
evening St 7:30.
Celebratlna the feast of the
Annunciation of the (Blessed Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Mary, next Week's celebration
at Pedro Miguel will take place
Tuesday morning it 9:3o instead
of Thursday. Beginning tomorrow,
evenina braver will be held at Pe
dro Miguel the fourth Sunday of
each month at 7:30.
Tomorrow morning at the 11 o' o'clock
clock o'clock worship hour the Curundu
Protestant Church will have as
their guest speaker tha Rev. Dr.
Harlin J. Roper.
fir. Roper has pastored the Sco Sco-field
field Sco-field Memorial Church in Dallas,
Texas, for 31 years. The church
has a membership of 1400 at
the present time.
Dr. and Mrs. Roper will be leav leaving
ing leaving on Wednesday to tour Central
America and visit some of their
missionaries which they are sup supporting.
porting. supporting. Tne subject of the message by
Uhe Rev. Roper is entitled "What
II Essential Christianity'?'
At 7 o'clock in the evening Dr.
Ernest Steury, will be the eve evening
ning evening preacher. Stuery Is not only
a medical doctor but an ordained
minister, Both he and his wife
will be lesvtng the isthmus ta
June to prepare ttr o to Africa
as medical missionaries under the
World Gospel Mission.
The other services are Sunday
You'll like the friendly rlepie,
Ihg excellent music,
the eespll messegsi,
the reverent worshipful spirit
"'$ A FIACE FOR YOU
D:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Claswi for ill ages)
The teacher is the key to effective teaching; is the
teacher ft consecrated, dedicated, Bible trained, and
separated Christian? Without this S.S. can be an
empty form and of little value to tto child. Here
are 8 departments under dependable consecrated
8:2fc-TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"THOSB WHOM GOD CALLS LIARS"
To call a man a "liar" is a serious charge; yet God
brings this charge many, times. Could it be that
God fcharges you of being a "liar"?
6:30-BAPTlST TRAINING UNION
730 "ST. PATRICK GOES TO CONFESSION"
History has at times been horribly twisted this is
a .vise in point. Patrick was an evangelical gospel
preacher, and New Testament truth came alive under
his evangelism. From the word of God he tells i
what an evangelical Christian believes.
( In every clime and weather
I X Men of like faith gether, I
I OA Hearts to raise In reverent praise
j Y. And worship thl King together. I
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
A good place to study your Bible is where it it taught. Be
a studetit of what God says. If you are new hvthe Zone
get the family started back in S.8. and church.
11.00 "WHAT IS ESSENTIAL CHRISTIANITY?"
Dr. HARLIN J. ROPER
Is there any difference between Bible Christianity and
other religions? Do all religions lead to the same place?
How may I know which Is true?Dr. Roper will answer
this for you. Come and hear
fi:00-JET CADETS & HI SCHOOL
Special planned programs in both groups.
7:00 "CONSIDER YOUR WAYS"
Dr. ERNEST STERY ,M.D.
"There is a way that seemeth right untq man but the
end is destruction. All men must one day give an account
of the way he has lived."
NURSERY EVANGELICAL MISSIONARY FRIENDLY
School at. 9:80 a.m. and Youth
Fellowships Bt I p.m.
On Wednesday, at 7 n.m. Dr.
Don P. Shidler Will speak in th
Curundu Protestant Church. Dr.
Shidler is president of the Gospel
Missionary Union with headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Kansas City.
I Panama City
A corporate communion
members Of the Knights Oi
Poul will be celebrated at
Paul's Church during the sung Eu Eucharist,
charist, Eucharist, and sermon commencing
at I octock tomorrow morning.
Preceeding this service there
will be Hojyvearmmunion at 6 a.m.
and the uauaAs e a s i o n of the
Church School Will be held at
10:4. Solemn vesWs and sermon
takes olace at 7 pS.f
Next Tuesday morning at 6 o-
clock and 8:30 there will be cele celebrations
brations celebrations of Holy Communion in
commemoration of the feaet of
the Annunciation of the Blessed
Promise To Spurn
LONDON, March 22 -(U)
The 18 members of the all-girl
Dagenham pipe band put all
thought of romance behind them
today and sailed for a tour of the
Manager David Lend hid a
signed contract with, each stip stipulating
ulating stipulating that nonr would marry an,
American snd quit the band whil.
on the two-month tour.
The' last time the band went to,
the United States, in 1939, there
were 25 members, and one-hird
of them married Americans. The
band almoit broke up. It takes
five years to train a good girl
This trip is being sponsored by
Abe Saperstein, owner of the Har Har-lemi
lemi Har-lemi Globetrotters basketball
team. The girls will open thaw
tour March 30 ta New York. Thef
were traveling aboard the liner
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Athletic Club Takes Slim Lead In Balb
Logart In 6th
NEW YORK, March 22 (UP) -Virgil
Akins of St. Louis, a boxer
who has retired three times, last
night won the right to fight for
, the world's welterweight c h a m
pionship by sending Cuban Isaac
Logart to the canvas twice after
opening a cut over his right eye.
. The TKO came after two min minutes
utes minutes and 53 seconds of the sixth
Akins' victory which was a
surprise for many, in this bout
held at Madison Square Garden,
.earned him the right to fight
Vince Martinez for the vacant wel welterweight
terweight welterweight crown June 6, probably
at fit. Louis, Mo.
This was the only knockout in
the three fights between the two
The two previous bouts were in
1955, but Logart was a two-to-one
favorite over Akins because of the
iood fights he had fought since
Up to the sixth round, it looked
J like the fast-moving Logart would
I score another win. But the refer refer-I
I refer-I ee and the two judges had the
i Cuban ahead, winning four rounds
and losing one, at the end of the
j At the beginning of the sixth,
J the hard-hitting Akins staggered
Logart with a one-two to tne neaa.
Then he carried him against the
ropes with two more rights, follow followed
ed followed by a left hook. A right to the
head started Logart towards the
canvas, but Akins hastened h e
fall win a left hook.
Logart, although groggy, got up
when the referee reached five
and waited until he counted to
eight. Akins immediately threw a
tremendous right to the head
which felled Logart on the lower
ropes of the ring. That did it. The
referee stepped in and halted the
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Omaha Copt First Half By
Beating Tropelco 3-2
Mutual of Omaha
Last Tuesday the Omaha team,
placed by brillant performances by
A. Phillips and E. Cooper, defeat defeated
ed defeated the last place Tropelco team
3-2 to win the league's first half.
The 'winning tally came in the
seventh inning when Phillips, the
the winning pitcher, singled to left
and went to third on two passed
balls by losing pitcher A. Clark
than scored on Cooper's safe bunt
The loser was A. Clark.
(Bastd on 20 times at bat)
Players Ab H Avo.
F. Singh (TM) 21 10 .476
F. EUinghton (MO) 36 17 .473
H. Stewart (TM) 27 11 .396
M. Small' (MO) 21 8 .380
L. Robinson (SS) 27 10 .370
R. BttWiiiME) 27 10. .370
A. Phillips (MO) 30 11 .366
F. Shaw (N) 28 10 .357
A. Dabriel (SS) 30 10 .333
ATOMIC PHYSICISTS MEET
GENEVA, Switzerland (UP)
More than 200 scientists from a
pnnntrwis are expected to meet
here this summer to attend 10
seminars on the fundamental
properties of the atomic nucleus.
The sessions arc a continuation, of
a series previously held tor seven
years at Rocnesier, tJN.,x.
A 11:00 P.M.
"INW5ETION OF AN
7 V O L
FACE IN THE
with Patricia Neal
BAjJD OF ANGELS
with Clark Gable
Open at 3:00
TAMMY, AND THE
HELL AND BACK i
DEPORTIVO BABY SALAS
WINS FIRST GAME; FRED
SAPP PITCHES TWO-HITTER
BY HERBERT MOISE
Playing behind the brilliant
pitching of Fred (Mr. Perpetual)
Sapp, the Depotrvo Baby Salas
team easily beat Powells 12 to 1
yesterday at Rainbow City.
Sapp was the whole show as he
held the "strong on papeT"
Powells to two measly hits.
Francisco Lara, a newcomer to
the Rainbow City Softball League,
started for Powells but lasted only
a third of 'an inning, with Leslie
Drayton relieving, but faring no
better. Just the day before, Dray Drayton
ton Drayton had looked like a world beat beater,
er, beater, but Mickey Robinson and his
boys lashed out 13 hits and eight
off the lanky, carefree hurler.
From the first inning it was
evident that the Salas men were
hitting. They talked four times in
the first, two in the second, three
m the third, and one each in the
remaining innings to run their
total outDut to 12 runs and 16 ruts.
The Salasmen played errorless
ball with manager Robinson him
self leading the Druixam piays.
Rnhinson was also the co-star
in the hitting department as he
collected three hits in three tries
with Sapp having two in two.
Sapp s record now is l-o ana
AT WEST PALM BEACH
New York 210 004 0007 10 3
Kan. City 410 001 101-8 10 1
Kucks, Ditmar (2), Freeman (7)
and Berra, Howard (4); Garver,
Craddock (4), Dickson (8) a n d
Smith. W Dickson. L Freeman.
Home Runs New York, Man
tle; Kansas City, De Maestri, Lo
at st. Petersburg
Pitts. 000 140 0005 10 2
St. Louis 301 031 00x-8 11 2
Cross. Williams (5). L3a m a b e
(7) and Foiles; Jackson, Jtabe
(6). Muffett (8) and H. Smith.
W Jackson. L-WiHiams.
Home Runs St. Louis, Dark.
Boston 000 102 041, 8 10 2
Cinci. 100 115 03x 11 14 3
F. Sullivan, Borland (5) and H.
Sullivan; Nuxhall, Kjely (7), Jeff
coat (8) and iBurgess, uoiterer
W Nuxhall. L Borland.
Home Runs Boston, Piersall.
Wash. 000 010 040 10-8 9 2
Philn 002 003 000 117 14 4
McAvoy, Hyde (4), Clevenger
(7), Kaat (li) ana norcnecK, uer uer-beret
beret uer-beret (7); Simmons, Farrel (7),
Miller 8), Hacker (11) and Lon:
nett. W-Hacker. L Kaat.
Home Runs Pholadelphia, He
Cleve. 000 000 2002 8
Baltimore 000 000 000-0 5 2
McLish, Tomanek (5) and Jones,
Nixon (8); Harsham, Barth (6),
Zuverink (8) and Triandbs.
W Tomanek. L iBarth.
Home Runs Cleveland, Colavi Colavi-to.
to. Colavi-to. AT MESA
San Fran. 201 201 020-8 10 0
Chicago (N) 000 020 000-2 7 3
McCormick, Poholsky. (7), and
Testa; Littrell, Schaffenorth (4),
Nichols (8) and Thacker, S. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor (8). L-Littrell.
Home Runs San Franciscl Kirk Kirk-land.
land. Kirk-land. AT BRADENTON
Chicago (AL) 000 022 000-4 II 1
Milwaukee 003 000 30x- 7 1
Wilson, Pierce (4), Keegan (7)
and Battey; Spahn, Rush (6) and
W Rush. L Keegan.
Home Runs Milwaukee, Aaron.
paist.KY. Scotland (UP) Sid
Smith, Frank IBonello and Harry
Seiden scored in the last 10 min minutes
utes minutes to lead Canada's world ana-
tiM.r horkev champions tea 9-5
win over tne raisiey riraies.
Audle Murphy in
"Guns of fort Petticoat"
in Megascope and Color 1
Ben Gazzara in
"THE STRANGE ONE"
The Spy Smasher
Chapters 7 9
Mercury Takes 1-Game Lead
In Atlantic Twilight League
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SUGAR RAY COMES PREPARED Mrs. Ray Robinson exam examine
ine examine the boxing gloves draped over the shoulders of her hus husband,
band, husband, Sugar Ray, on their arrival in Chicago. Robinson will
meet middleweight champ Carmen Basilio in a title bout
March 25 in Chicago stadium.
FIGHTING BULL Tliis 900-pound native bull from the Kel Kel-K
K Kel-K farm ih Chiriqul will be one of the two half breed bulls to
take part to tomorrow's corrida at La Macarena bullring.
Named Chiricano, he and his brother, Campesino, will match
their 'bravery against the two matadors along with two
Mexican nure-bred bulls.
Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT
LA MACARENA BULLRING
With permission of the authorities and weather permit permitting,
ting, permitting, the 5th Bullfight of the season will be held on
Sunday March 23rd, 1958 at 4:30 p.m.
Debut of the Brave Panamanian fighting bulls from the
KELSO Ranch in Chiriqui wearing blue and red colors.
They will alternate with two brave Mexican fighting
bulls from the Quiriceo Ranch.
MARIO CARRION (Spaniard)
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelin) (Mexican)
Outstanding swordsman Manuel Chavez, with their
respective teams of Banderilleros and Picadores.
Teodoro Arias, Dr.. Anibal Ramos and Dr. August Ramos.
1st Row Reserved ....5.00
2nd Row ...4.0fr
3rd Row 4.00
General Admission 3.00
General Children 1.50
TICKETS ON SALE: At MERCEDES Ice Cream Parlor,
Cuba Ave: and 36th Street, Tel. 3-6724; IBERIA Restau Restaurant,
rant, Restaurant, Tel. 2-0958; CONCORDIA Drugstore, Tel. 2-2954; Tick Ticket
et Ticket office of Macarena beginning Friday at 2:00 p.m.,
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: In case of suspension of the
bullfight due to ajny cause after the placing of baifderlllas
on the first bull there will be no refund. Due to the fact
that they are Caste bulls there will be no reservations.
1st Row 2.50
Bleachers) General . 2.00
Bleachers Children . 1.00
Atlantic Twiliaht LaaatM
Team w l Pet.
Mercury Outbd. 5 2 .714
CHS Alumni 3 2 .600
Powells 2 2 .500
CH.S. 15 .206
Thursday's R fault
Mercury outboard 5 CH.S. 4
Mercury vs CHS-Alumni 1
CH.S. vs Powells.
By TREVOR SIMONS
Mercury Outboard gained pre
cious ground in the rapidly clos
ing 1958 Atlantic Twilight League
season when they over came 3 run
deficit td edge Cristobal High by
a narrow 5 to 4 count at Mt. Hope
Stadium Thursday night. The loss
eliminated CH.S. from any math
ematical chance of winning the
second half and boosted the Mer
cury lead to a full game over
the second place Alumni.
Charlie Hinz started for Mercu
ry Outboard but was greeted in
tne first frame by a barrage of
Cristobal hits topped by George
Kirkland's three base blast just
inside the bag on the third base
line, Cristobal scored three big
runs arid brought about a new
pitcher for Mercury. George Trim Trimble
ble Trimble made his first appearance on
the hill for the winners in relief
in the second frame and set CHS
Trmble struck out nine batters in
down on two hits and a lone run.
Trimble struck out nine batters in
his six inning stint. Trimble was
credited with the victory.
Dick Vinas went all the way for
the Tigers and gave up seven
hits, three of which came in the
big Mercury fifth' frame when
they scored four runs. Cristobal
came back to knot the count with
a hit batsman, a single by George
Kirkland and Joe Ciceros bad
throw to first in an effort to re retire
tire retire the side.
The winning tally for Mercury
Outboard came in the sixth frame
on a single by Trout, Mel Fields'
error of Chase's alow grounder to
short and a single to left by Joe
Wally Trout, with 2 for 3, was
the leading hitter for the Mercury
Outboard nine, while George Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland arid Don Humphrey each
had a pair of hits for the losing
Big Twinbill Tomorrow
Mercury Outboard will have an another
other another big opportunity to moVe out
into a decisive lead tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon when they meet their
nearest contender, CHS Alumni, in
the first of a scheduled double double-header
header double-header at Mt. Hope Stadium.
The Mercury ace, Charlie Hinz,
came Up with a sore arm after
Thursday night's first inning and
will, in alt likelihood, hot be a-
vailable to bitch this one. Louis
Charles' logical choice will be his
all-around star, Lem Kirkland. who
has done excellent work at every
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innuuuu uii me diamond wis year.
Bill Hughes will send Pat Ouin-
lan to the hill in an effort to move
the Alumni nme out into a nar
The first game starts at l
p.m., with Powells, another strong
second half contender and champs
of the first half of plhy, scheduled
to meet c.H.s. in the afterpiece.
The box score:
Trimble cf, p
Flvnn rf. ef
Kirkland L. e
Hinz p, cf
13 5 7 21 7 4
AB R H PO A E
4 114 11
Kirkland G. c
2 1 2
1 0 2
2 2 1
3 0 0 2 2
3 0 0 2
2 0 0 2 0
2 0 0ft 0
0 0 2 0
Gibson W. lb
27 34 6 21 11
Score by Innings
Mercury O. 0 0 0 0 4 1 05 7 4
C.H.S. 3 0 0-0 1 0 0-4 6
In Return Bout
Lightwtlfhts Fanlty Meeker
and Redelfe Francis meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night in a tan-round
main bout at the National Gym.
Francis will bo making h I a
first appearance since he and
Hookor wire suspended by the
Colon Boxing Commission near nearly
ly nearly a year age for their "poor
showing" In a match at the Co Colon
lon Colon Arena.
In 'the semifinal Tito Marshall
and Beailie Williams swap
punches In a scheduled six-
Albrook Flyers Second,
Balboa High School 3rd
At the end of six events, the Athletic Cluh Rama
hold a slim two-point lead
with tne Balboa High Schol Bulldogs a close third.
With this the situation, the Balboa Relays will
go into the second and final night tonight at 6:30 on
the Balboa Stadium track. A.C. has 16 points, Al Albrook
brook Albrook 14 and B,H.S. 13.,
There are a total of 7 events
for tonight in the open division,
and this Is where the meet la
going to be decided. The finger
points- to the possibility that the
Rams and Bulldogs have done
a good percentage or tneir point
scoring, while the Flyers can
still look forward to some of
their strongest events coming
up. The Fort Amador Troopers
are slated to cause some of these
teams trouble, but they don't
have the strength to win the
In addition to the open divi
sion events there will be two
elementary events and three
Junior High events. This pro
gram of 12 events win close out
the 1958 Relays to night before
an anticipated sell out crowd.
There were very few seats va
cant In the Stadium last night,
and meet officials plan on an
even larger crowd for the final
There were no records set al although
though although the Albrook 880 yard ri -lay
team of Herman Trufant,
Ted Anemone, Dan Mescall, and
Al Ouidet edualed the standard
of 1:34.3 held by a team from
Panama and another from BHS.
Charlie Morris of J.C. got off
a nice toss in the shot put of
53 ft. 10 in. to take the gold
Herman Daniel, an unherald unheralded
ed unheralded speedster from Ft. Amador,
was a surprise winner in the
100 in the good time of 10.0.
He was well In front of John
Chaplin from Ft. Clayton,
while the pre-meet favorite,
Henry Jones of A. C. was never
in contention for the first
spot, and finally finished
third, a step ahead of Al
Guidet of Albrook.
Bill Gibson from Cristobal won
the broad Jump as expected with
a leap of 21 ft. 4 12 in. He had
to do this on his very last Jump
to beat Dan Mescall of Albrook
who. has been leading In the
event since ms third Jump of
21 ft. -1 12 in-Solly Toussieh
got a surprise third here to help
me auiiaog cause along.
The strong A.C. quarter of
Leroy Rogers, Henry Jones, Henr
ry McFarlane, and Ed O'Con O'Con-nell
nell O'Con-nell won the distance medley
relay by a wide marein. Their
time was a nce 4:55.1. Albrook
was a distant second,while the
two high schools, BHS and CHS
lougnt it out tor third with the
Bulldogs finally getting it.
The Bulldogs picked up six' of
their 13 points in the pole vault.
Bill Halvosa, one of the defend defending
ing defending champs, tied for first with
Larry Horine of A.C, while
Terry Corrlgan, Lloyd Brown,
ana A.en juueton naa a triple
tie for third. The winning
height was 11 feet. With the
bar at 11 ft. 3 In. neither Horine
or Halvosa could come close. On
his ftoal try at this height, Ho-'
rine had one of the aluminum
poles buckle under him, but he
got out without injury.
ine Dig upset in the one. el-
ementary event was the defeat
of Ancon. Running the 440 yard
relay all out, the Balboa team
of Bauman, Corrlgan, Bradshaw,
uu uusny mjok me iirst place.
several. line efforts were
turned in by the Junior High
boys. Joe McGoff of Cristobal
high jumped 5 ft. 2 in. and
Tony Soottino of Balboa get
ft. 2 M in. broad Jump.
The Balboa 440 relay team of
Nesjs, French, Scottino, and
Tunes won their race in 49.2.
The colorful ooeninir fersmnnv
got the big meet off to a nice
start as the chamn whn w
back defending their titles won
last year were introduced to th
crowd. The honorary referee of
the meet, Mr. Henry Leisy, ex expressed
pressed expressed his hopes that the meet
wimia continue as an outstan outstan-ing
ing outstan-ing event for mahv ve&rs to
come, while the Relays Queen,
Frances Paige, officially wel welcomed
comed welcomed all athletes, spectators,
and officially opened the 1958
The bOX Office at the Stadium
will be open at 6 p.m. tonight
for those would would like to
get their tickets earlv. Field
events win start at 6:30 and
quauiying races in the junior
liPV v?en high hurdlestry, while in other areas he may
held bere any of the
nnai track events are caJled,
ami. wug Ub I OU pm
Last night's results:
Elem. 440 Relay: 1. Balboa
(Bauman. Cornea n Rrarlchaur
Lusky), 2. Ancon, 3. Diablo.'
J ?i-120 1. Boswell
ff1,2- ?resi,ott (B. 3- Caesar
(St. Mary's) Time- 1 a
j Jr. Ifl. Jump: 1. McOoff (Crls.),
. rrencn leai.J, 3. Allen (DM.)
neigni: 5 ft. 2 in.
Jr. HI. Broad Jump: 1. Scottino
(Bal.), 2. Ness (Bal.), 3. Bowers
(Crls.). Distance: 17 ft. 2V in.
Jr. Hi. 440 Relay: 1. Balboa No.
1 (Ness, French. Scottino, Tu Tu-fton),
fton), Tu-fton), 2. Cristobal, 3. Balboa No.
2. Time: 40.2.
Jr. HI. 1320: 1. Patton (Crls.),
2. FxanMin (Bal.), k DeVore
(Bal.). Time: 4:13.6.
Open 880 Relay: 1. Albrook
over the Albrook Flyers
(Trufant, Mescall; Anemone,
Ouidet), 2. Balboa Hitrh. t. Ft
Amador. Time: 1:84.3 (ties the
Open Shot Put: 1. Morris (JO.
2. Horine (AC). 5. Clark (Al (Albrook),
brook), (Albrook), 4. Reeves (Ft. Amador).
instance: 53 ft.. 10 m.
Open 100: 1. Daniel (Ft. Ama
dor), 2. Chaplin (Ft. Clayton),
3. Jones (AC), 4. Guidet (Al (Albrook).
brook). (Albrook). Time: 10.0.
Open Broad Jump: 1. Gibson
(CHS), 2. Mescall (Albrook). S.
Toussieh (BHS), 4. Detore (CHS).
Distance: 21 ft. 4 in.
open pom vault: 1. Halvosa
(BHS), and Horine (Albrook)
tied. 3. Fulleton (AC). Corrlgan
(BHS) and Brown (BHS) tied.
Height: 11 ft.
Open Distance Medley Relay:
1. Athletic Club (Rogers, Jones.
McFarlane, O'Connell), 2. Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, 3. BHS, 4. CHS. Time:
Score In the open division with
the five events included: 1. Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club (16), 2. Albrook (14),
3. BHS (13), 4. Ft. Amador (8),
5. CHS (6ft), JC (5), 7. Ft
Clayton (3), 8. Marines (ft).
To Battle II Out
For NCAA (age Tide
LOUISVILLE. Kv.. March 22
(UP) Kentucky and Seattle, two
teams that weren't supposed to
make it,' battle it out tonight for
the NCAA basketball championshi j
because of a hard-dlaSBaH
namea vern nation ana a iami-
lous character named Elffa Bay
.Htton, a, six-three mcna our our-head
head our-head who staved in his home town
of Lexington, Ky., to play basket
ball for Adolph Rupp, broke Tem Temple's
ple's Temple's hearts for the second time
this season when he 'Mated along
the base-line to sink a twisting re
verse layup shot with 12 seconds
on the dock and beat the Owls,
61-60, in last nignt'e semi-finals,
Hatton left the NCAA recofd
crowd of: 18,586 limp but Baylor
left 'em laughing a he led Seat Seattle's
tle's Seattle's ehieftainst 0 a startling 73-51
tie's chieftains to a startling 73-51
that was 1 supposed p sueceea
North Carolina as the new nation national
al national champion.
Kansas State, with three players
measuring six-eight, or better, was
nearly helpless under theback-
boards agamst u six-nve inajwr.
who scored 23 points and gather gathered
ed gathered in 22 rebounds.
Field & Stream
By AL McCLANE
PonnU often ask why fishing
guides charge such high prices for
Actually, a $15 to $25 per da? pa
scale isn't very much m this busi
ness. For one thing, a guioe aoes-
n't work every day; his season
averages about five months ot mo
year, mayoe less, au no my
only be booked 50 per cent ef the
time. Bad weather in Florida this
winter caused so many eanceue-
tions that some guides reported
working one day out of seven, us
a tough business at best.
Lumping fishing guides in ono
group is impossible. Their jobs
differ greatly, and the sportsman
oavs according to the type of serv
ice and equipment he gets.
There are local regulars, wno
an show vou where the fish are
in a pond or stream just outside
of town r anu paaaie mo canoe
while you cast. This is the least
specialized pro and he rates the
minimum tariff. If the guide takes
you back into wilderness waters
by canoe or 1001 ana aoes me uauy
camp chores also, then he earns
a bit more.
In the far west, your guide may
supply riding horses and even a
pilot his own plane. These extras
rate considerably more money,
usually in the $60 per day and up
The 'same soes for a regular
charter boat skipper whose fuel
bill and insurance demands mat
he ask better than $65 per day.
This latter group doesn't include
head boat operators who handle
10 or more people at one time,
nor sea skiff guides working the
tarpon and striped bass trade. Their
fees- are lower usually.
There aren't many places left
1 the world today where a 'man
can hire "anybody m ttwn wno
I?n't working" just'
the fishing. Good fist
to show him
shine is off the
beaten path and it must be or
ganized in advance.
when a, man arrives at camp
today, he expects to find the boat
ready, the skillet full of beans, the
guide full of stories the tackle rig rigged,
ged, rigged, and the fih hungry.TF eWT
THE PANAMA AMERI1
AN IN!EP UNDENT DAII.T NFWSPAPfR
Alvin Dark Helping Cards Lead Grapefruit League Standings
ITl RDAT. MAR
m li KAMI
S IB E H
!TAKE A HINT1-Genp'-al Rocket, who lost two in a row by a
nose at Hialeah, was presented with a model of our space
rocket by stablehands, who hoped the idea would get across,
what with the, high cost of betting on a loser these days.
Has New Home
At Third Base
NEW YORK, March 22 (UP)
' -in Drlj,has found a new
homt at third bast and it's no
.Jt.i.i ni.i tha St. Louis
Cardinals art leading the Grape
fruit League standings.
Only three years ago Dark
resisted a similar change attemp attemp-ed
ed attemp-ed by Leo Durocher of the New
York Giants but he's given Fred
Hutchinson all the cooperation pus
sible this spring. And theres no
question he's helped strenghten
the Redbirds by permitting Eddie
hasko and Don Blasmnigem
to team in what should be one of
the league's top double play
The 35-year old Dark demons
trated yesterday that hes right at
home in his new position when he
led the Cardinals to an 8-5 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The
win gave the Cardinals an 8-3
record the best record compiled
by any team in the south or west
TAMPA. The Pira'tet' name ,sbeen! introduced;' The Reds had
-. . 1 .I.L. VI.. J.'
in here lor I spot oi uuer-ieague
calisjtyentics yesterday with .the
Chicago White Sox, but the man
the populous press corps wanted
to see and talk with wasn't among
(Big Td Kluszewski, a home
tuff krng'-four short years' .o,
now n ominous physical question
mart; had elected to remain; be
hind in the dub's, camp at ft.
Jyer3&,' it was expttmed,
he is "getting in shape ra'nw own
lurtaufih. Bad not arrived at
game time., being occupied else
of the, junior varsity, so one xrf
his coaches obliged as best foe
could, scoring 4plus in gracious gracious-neis,
neis, gracious-neis, D-muuts in enlightenment.
"Until big fellow gets in a
gam: and really bears down no
body can be sure whether he'll
make rt or not. At that he looks all
right Takes a full cut at the ball
Last season the condition wors wors-and
and wors-and meets it well. Apparently it's
only in the field that his back
gives him trouble, Yoti know, the
quick starts and stops a first base baseman
man baseman must make."
In the spring of '56 Klu slipped
a disc in his back, and though he
had a .302 season with 35 home
runs, there were unmistakable,
signs of physical impairment,
enefft he started only 23 games,
was used mainly to pinch hit and
in December the Reds traded him
That the Reds were willing to
settle for so little in return, Dee
Fondy, a third stringer, was re regarded
garded regarded as significant. In '55, $300, $300,-006
006 $300,-006 couldn't bave bought his cont cont-ract.TThere
ract.TThere cont-ract.TThere could be but one conclusion-;
Klu was through and the
Reds knew it.
Of late a new explanation has
grown unhappy with Klu for rea reasons
sons reasons apart irom uis diminishing
usefulness. The playei and the
manager, Birdie Tebbetts, were
feuding, and in the interest of har harmony
mony harmony a change had. to be made.
Also, Klu's refusal to submit to
corrective surgery, had done no
thing to raise his esteem in the
front, office, especially m view of
the fact that at $85,000 he was the
highest salaried player in the his his-toty
toty his-toty of theCrnernnati club.
True or not, we feel certain the
Reds were motivated by only one
consideration, i.e., niu s day as a
big leaguer had come to an end.
They could be wrong, but since
they are pennant minded, and
need all the help they can get,
they must' have susfantial reason
for believing they aren't.
No one would have a better line
on Klu than Tebbetts.iWhat his
private and public throughts are
maybe two -distinctly different
things, To baseball writers here,
he predicts, the big. guy will be, of
great.valUe. to the Pnites... "You'll
note we were careful not to' trade
him to a contender, a club that
might hurt us."
As a matter of fact, a physical physically
ly physically sound Klu can hurt any club.
If he's able to play, say, 125 games
at anything near his Crosley Field
form, he can make the Pirates
very formidable, indeed. May ev even
en even put them in the first division.
The Pirates, a young, improv improving
ing improving club, can '-even now be aw awfully
fully awfully rugged on any given day.
They have some good pitchers,
and are strong, down the middle.
Where they hurt most is at the
plate. One big bat could make a
whale of a difference. Big Klu's
their big" hope ... but, as of now,
he's strictly a question mark.
Alvin, who has an 11-year .292
batting average, slammed a hom homer,
er, homer, double and single to lead the
Cardinals' 11-hit attack. But it
was the fact that he started two
double plays from the hot corner
that really brought a wide grin to
Shortstop Roy McMillan, an another
other another key inf relder on a pennant
contender, had three singles rfnd
a double to- lead the Cincinnati
Redgles to aji 11-8 triumph over
the Boston Red Sox. Joe Nuxhall
went seven innings and allowed
two runs for the Redglegs and
Frank Sullivan pitched four for
the Red Sox.
Hank Aaron's three run
seventh -inning homer, his
(fourth of the spring, lifted the
world champion Milwaukee
Braves io a M decision turned
in their third straight impres impressive
sive impressive i:rformances of the spring
although each has his consecut consecutive
ive consecutive shutout inning stint broken
by a two-run White Sox flare up.
Manaeer Fred Haney announc
ed after the game tlUt World Ser-
PACIFIC LITLE LEAGUE
Elks 6 2 .750
Spur Cola 5 2 .714
Lincoln Life Ins. 5 3 .625
Gibraltar Life Ins. 3 5 .37j
Police 3 6 .333
Seymour Agency 2 8 250
Gibraltar Life 1, Police 0
Gibraltar Life Ins. took another
close game irom the Police by a
1 to 0 score. Dick Ebdon and Ed Eddie
die Eddie Wilder pitched scoreless bail
up until the last Inning. In the
last inning Ebdon got on base
through an error and scored on
Barrett was tha only player on
either team to get more than one
hit. Besides his double, he got a
single and was bit by a pitched
ball for a perfect two for two,
Alves and Weade also had doubles
for the Police.
Gibraltar life Insurance has been
getting fine pitching from Hermany
and Ebdon, and with their fine
array of young players, should oe
a leading team next season.
The box score:
G angle, ss
21 1 4
torse Harry Cooper
Chalks up Mileage as World's
Only Ocean-Going Golf Pro
ies hero Lew Burdette will1 make
his spring debut agamst the Fit
ates on Sunday. Burdette was i
holdout until march 13.
The Cleveland Indians beat the
Baltimore Orioles for the second
ot-oinht time '-0 as Cat Mclish
ko five hits. A home run by Rocky
Colavito and a sacrifice, fly by Car Carrol
rol Carrol Hardy produced both runs for
the Indians in the seventh ining.
Danny O'Connel had four hits
and Willie Kirkland drove in three
runs as the San Franciscp Giants
whipped the Chicago cuds, n-i:
Mike McCormick, bonus lefty
from California, and Tom Pohol Pohol-sky
sky Pohol-sky combined to limit the Cuba to
Willie Jones, battling to hold a
regular job, singled home the
winnine run in the Uth inning
f th PhilaMsWI Phillies' 7-8
decision oveflMi Washington iSVn iSVn-ators.
ators. iSVn-ators. Curt Simmons hurled the
first nit innines for the Phillies
and Dermitted only One run and
five hits in the "longet outing of
the spring by a pmiaoeipnia nuri-
The Kansas City Athletics took
advantage of Tony Kubek's third
error of the game and Rookie
Mnrlr Freeman's wildness to
score an 8-7 victory over the New
York Yankees. Mickey Mantle
sin?eed his fourth homer of the
spring to give the .Yankee? a 2-0
first-inning ieaa oui in? auuu
.ir Vrk fmir runs in their
first, highlighted by Joe de Maes
tri' homer. Murry uicuson, u
year old right-hander, shut out the
Amoriran l.pafup champions for
the last three innings to gain cred
it for the victory.
Police AB R H
Dunn, 3b 2 0 0
Catron, 3b 10 0
Danden, ss 2 0 0
Blystone, ss 10 0
Riley, cf, ss 3 0 1
Weade, c .301
Weade, c 3 0 1
Wilder, p 3 0 0
Alves, lb 3 0 1
Evans 2b 10 1
iBrennan, If 10 0
Burda, If 10 0
West, rf 10 0
Myers, rf 10 0
Totals 23 0 4
Gibraltar Life Ins.
Frank, ss 2 0 1
Hunt, 2b 2 0 0
Ebdon, p 3 10
Hermany, cf 2 0 1
Barrett, c 2 0 2
Lawyer, 3b 2 0 0
Thompson, R., If 2 0 0
Nordstrdn, lb 2 0 0
Thompson, G., rf 0 0 0
Totals 17 1 4
Uweln Life 7, Seymour Agency 1
Although held to only four hits,
Lincoln Life Insurance tood ad
vantage of the breaks to score
a 7 to i win over Seymour Agency.
rcua anu .am eacn gave up
but for hits, but Lincoln Life Ins.
took advantage ot their walks to
score the runs.
Coy for Seymour Anencv and
Farnsworth for Lincoln Life were
the only players to get more than
one nit as tney each went two
for threee. Bobby Ostrea had
aouDie, two wanes, and score
Ptricos Win From
League Leading Pumas
By DAN DES LONOES
Second Half Standings
Teams W L
Conejos 5 2
Pumas 5 3
Macaws 4 2
Palomas 3 4
Pericos 2 5
The Pericos took their second
game this half by downing the Pu-
mas six to two. This loss puts the
Pumas a half a game behind the
league leading Conejos
Al Corsale Leads Early
Qualifiers For Medalist
In Juvenia Tournaments
Al Corsale has taken over' the1 from 0 through 9. The first flight
medalist spot among the early qua
lifiers in the 1958 Juvenia Watch
u "!. rr ... U
2riuuu luuruinmu uuw uting piaj-
ea ai uie aummu nms lion ana
Country Club, with a one over par It ise xpected that well over 109
71. The Summit club is expected golfers will attempt to snag on
to be crowded this week-end as. of the 64 qualifying sports.
qualifying rounds may be played
Tho P.pins hio inmno was tho'up to Sunday evening.
firct i.n th.u onrAH thro nine' In the ladies divison of the Ju-
on three hits, then went on to, "cs"' 'A"'- i
score one run in the fourth and and Me8 Ausnehmer tied for the L. Jones (12) vs P. Zon (27).
two mere -insurance runs )n the!meclalist honors and will have to J S. Carpenter (9) vs L. Long more
sixth. The Pumas scored iir their ; P,ay extra noies to ; oecioe inj.
runs in the bottom of the first
limitations are 10 through 14, se second
cond second flight 15 through 18, and the
third flight 19 through 24.
The oairings for the ladies are:
E. Mathieson (13) bs H. Owen
Garu ess of the Pewcos pitch
ed a beautiful game. He struck
out ten and walked only three.
Gary really shows promise in his
who takes home the beautiful wo
men's Juvenia watch.
There is still plenty of room for
the male golfers to get into this
tournament as there are 16 qua
ptching. With a little more SUp-hgymg positions for each of the
Dort. the Pericos mieht turn into! four flights. The ; championship
, til rtU ...III U J L.
uiviii win ik liinue up ui uiuce
golfers with handicaps ranging
a mucn improved team, uaieman
started for the .Pumas but was re relieved
lieved relieved by Kenny Pearl in the last
Of the first inning.
P. Trim (9) Vs C. Bishop
M. Ausnehmer (26) vs P. War Waring
ing Waring (14). s
Ruth Linoln 1) vs V. Sharp (21)
A. French (14) vs B. J. Nelson
M. Buster (14) vs M. Dalton
Spur Cola S, Police 1
By OSCAR' FRALEY
NEW' YORK (UP)-"Lighthorse
Harry" Cooper is on the briny to today
day today chalking ud his 90.000th mile
as the world's only sea-going golf
pro while proving once again that
goft doesn't have to be the crawl
ing contest which most pros
Ou? of the first great 'fexans
of the fairway, Codper earned his
uicKiiaiiiE yiiich lie wuh we un
Angeles Open m a record two
hour and 30 minute round. He's
still under a full head of steam,
literally and figuratively, 'as golf
pro of the S.S. Homeric on its
luxury cruises among the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean ports.
In the process he has every
body from the -bead cook to the
captain waggling a golf club and
speaking an anheard of nautical
jargon concerning birdie buffets
and bad-lie longitude.
Like Tidal Wave
. Cooper sweeps over the ship
like a tidal wave, discussing a
looping backswing with the head
as many as 60 passengers at a
WEST COMPLETES SQUAD
NEW- YORK (UP)- The West
team for the annual East-West
All-Star Fresh Air Fund college,
basketball game aty Madison
Square Garden March 29 was
pnmnleted Wednesday when Bob
rnuvubvia cav a f
time and giving private lessons' Plump of qutier ano jacn aum
from sunup until dusk.
"You've got to jceep moving,
just Ukje they should on the golf
course," Cooper says in his machine-?
manner. "Players take
entireTy too long to pay a round
of golf these days. Those five
hour rounds are a disgrace and
there should be stiff penalties for
autii siuw-mumm piay. i
Cooper is making his 14th cruise
aboard (the Homeric.
Threw Clubs Overboard
xhe golfers aboard cear their
awing deckside under his critical
eye and, when they reach port,
Cooper conducts them to the local
golf -course for a morning round.
That leaves the. afternoon for
shopping, which makes the sea
borne golf widows happy again
At the final port of' call, wher
ever- it may be, Cooper runs a
tournament which is decided un under
der under the Callaway system. Prizes
are awarded -at a dinner party
the filial 'night aboard.
yniy onqe. nas cooper oeen
litz of St. Louis were named.
Thpv ioin Archie Dees, Indiana;
Hub Reed, Oklahoma City; Dave
Gambee, Oregon State; Red Mur Mur-roil
roil Mur-roil Drake: Gene Brown and
Mil Farmer. San Francisco;
Rnv ripWifz. Kansas State and
Joe Stevens, Wichita.
TOKYO, March 22 (UP)-Radio
Peiping today reported tne arrival
nn the Chinese Korean border
of the artillery units of the first
group of Communist Chinese "vol
unteer forces witnarawn irqm
The broadcast, monitored in
Tokyo, said a particular warm re
ception was given to the men of
one company "famous for its out"
standing service dunng the war."
.bartender, advising the dishwash-! sHocked by his pupils.
' An timu in nlav a hall hlll'ia1 Ana tVlam uiltaJ nm In fVA
CI W w ,psj a "mi ivuiivi, UUfi Vt i(is VTCUACU UfJ IU
saucer deep in, water, conducting ship, looked disgustedly, at the set
daily clinics on- the- sundeek fori of clubs he was carrying, andJaptain Bligh.
then snorting "the Dickens with
it," or words to thet effect, tossed
the clubs overboard.
It was only a gag cooked up
for the teacher with an old. set
of clubs. But Harry thought for
a moment it was time to settle
down on dry land. As it is, h
liable to be around longer than
, J ni:L
The box score:
Coy, If, c
Watson, 3b i
Lincoln Life Ins.
Engelke, L., cf
AB R H
3 0 1
The box score:
3 0 0
SO MUCH. .
VtnNDS 0H GOOD BRAKES
22 1 S
Spur Cola tied Elks for the lead
in the second half bedefeating Po Police
lice Police 5 to 2, Colin Brashow patched
one of his finest games a tu JBarWfftiUipi, ,rf
ilL -Jl u- t i i m.i i
bvn wnen lie anuweu oui uuce
hits. Spur Cola in the, meantime
went on a hitting rampage, collect collecting
ing collecting ten hits.
1 0 0
1 0 (T
I -0 0
Ab R H
3 0 0
20 7 4
RALEIGH. N.C. (UP) Temple
Tucker of Rice and Nick Davis
of Maryland Wednesday were
named to the South team for the
annual North-South All-Star col college
lege college basketball game here March
28 to complete the squad. The
-"me will feature 21 of the na
tion's senior stars. Everett Case
of North Carolina State will coach
the South team, While Joe Lap Lap-chick
chick Lap-chick of St. John'i (N.Y.) will
coach the North.
Don't wait until your brakes are dangerous. Bring your car
in for regular check-ups and dependable service. Preventive
brake maintenance with genuine Wagner Lockheed hydraulic
brake parts and fluid are your best insurance for safety.
BRAKE PARTS ami FLUID
O, S. A.
Smith, Bradshaw and Walker led
the Spur attack" with two hits in
three tries. Bill Catron also had two
hits in three times at bat. Jim
Riely was the only other Police Policeman
man Policeman to get a hit, and his hit
brought in one of the Police's two
Spur Cola slated the game away
in the second inning when they
scored fine runs on fine consecuive
The box score:
Arnold M., 2b
Perahlie, T., 3b
Riely, Jim p
Riley, Jeff, is
3 0 0
27 S 10
19 2 3
Gibraltar Life t, Elks 1
Gibraltar Life Ins.' made 10 hits
and eight runs in defeating the
league leading Elks. The Elks could
score but one run off Hermany.
Gibraltar turned in one ot their
finest games of the season. Their
fielding was flawless, Ebdon, Bel
den. and Hunt turned in fine field
ing plays. Ebdon had to come in
from, deep center field at full
speed to rob Bob Burgener of a
hit. Belden and Hunt made fine
stops of hard hit grounders to nip
potential rallies in the bud.
Belden had a perfect three for
being a double. Hunt, Hermany
and Barrett had two hits. Hunt also
had a double. The Elks could get
only four hist off Hermany and
Tommy Gangle got two of the four.
The box score:
Gibraltar Life ABRH
Frank, ss 3 0 0
Hunt, 2b 3 2 2
Ebdon, cf 3 2 1
Hermany, p 4 2 2
Barrett, c 3 12
Belden, 3b 3 13
Thompson, r., If 3 0 0
Crosby, If 3 0 0
Boughber, rf 2 0 0
ifetals 27 til
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IKDEPFN1PNT DAfl T NrWSFPE
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1951
THIS SPACE IS FOH SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
C L A SSI F I ED S
THIS SPACE )S FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottaees
L.Rti Clan R. da P. Phone Pa
nama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RINT Penthouse, nlco
viaw, thro bedrooms, terrace
etc. For information call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4641 during office
FOR RENT Small furnished
Chalet, one bedroom, with in interior
terior interior tervice, living, dining
room, kitchen, good yard, for
information, itroet 50 No. 6.
FOR RENT OR SALE Beau Beau-tiful
tiful Beau-tiful and comfortable residence
In Urbanisacion Obarrio. Call
Julita Madura. Tal. 3-2671.
FOR RENT fa Comfortable two
bedroom chalet. Via Porrai, cor corner
ner corner 13th. Opposite Golf Height.
Call 3-2957. ...
aonaalf at eRWington Beach,
CTaC Jane May (atli like taking
a for foj ibt snake like a
enchlnj operation l to hit rior rior-wtMjBxpIom.f
wtMjBxpIom.f rior-wtMjBxpIom.f ftiDl WIN
vrvrriHAMA. Japan (UP)
HL ttfSsaiTtflfl H
fifty high school girls ttreatened
-tnass suicide because their teach teach-r
r teach-r refused to show them how to
make western-style dresses, it
was disclosed today. Authorities
'at Aiko Agricultural High gave in
and transferred the teacher after
students conducted a fund-raising
drive to buy enough sleeping pills
to kill the whole class and dis distributed
tributed distributed eight pills to each student.
-SERVICE CENTER THEATERS-
BALBOA Sat. Matinee
2:30 4:30 6:30 8:25
"OCR MISS BROOKS"
(ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY)
"Wells Fargo Gun Master"
k Serial 7:00
Snjoy a xfyMt out
$o to a $ood
(Also Showing Sunday)
6:15 & 8:15
S'.IS & 9:25
"Woman of The
North Country and
"DRUMS OF tV
MANCHU" 7:45 only
ATTINTION. 0. I.I Jut twOt
sedsrsi tait)llhts apartments, I,
2 eesrsosae, hot. cold
Phono Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT Furnished three
bed-room apartment. Hot water.
Television. Garage. Special price
for 5 months. Phone 3-2279
after 6 p.m.
FOR RINT Large cool two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
porches, maid's room. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, Caile 49 No. 13, Grecia.
FOR RENT $50.00 furnish
ed apartment. North American
neighbors, yard. Tel. 3-0471,
2-3343 for information Lom Lom-bardo.
bardo. Lom-bardo. FOR RENT 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living dining room, balco balcony,
ny, balcony, garage, maid's room, hot wa water,
ter, water, elevator. In 5th floor, 50th
Street and Ave. Manuel Maria
Icaia. Tel. 3-4944.
FOR RENT Nicely furnish furnished
ed furnished two bedroom apartment, hot
water in the kitchen and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. For Information, call 2 2-1957
1957 2-1957 from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment over Swift and Co. No.
TI-132 4th of July Ave., living
room, bedroom, kitchen and
bath. Inquire Janitor or Phone
Hopkins Balboa 2966, also 4
bedroom apartment unfurnished.
FOR RENT Attractively fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment,
moderately priced, Belle Vista,
close El Panama Hotel. Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, 3-5024.
FOR RENT Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment
in Cangrejo, living room; dining
room, kitchen, balcony, maid's
room, garage. Alberto Navarro
Street No. 48, Tel. 2-2883.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP)-A
n.voar.nlH man Dlaved Russian
'""r . i j .jj.
roulette against increased oaus
and lost, police reported yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Lewis Poulos put four shells
In th rviindpr of a revolver in
stead of the customary one ana
shot himself to death when the
cylinder failed to stop on an mp-
ty chamber, ,pouee saw.
WASHINGTON (UP)-Ths AFL
CIO opens an exhibit of pictures
in Union Station today which it
says will show the "horrors of
Communism." The exhibit, called
"Soviet Empire 1917-1958" pre
viously was sponsored in New
York City by a refugee group
called the Assembly of Captive
" SOME CHANGE
TRENTON, N.J. (UP) The
worst snowstorm since 1915 forced
the Geological Society of New
Jersey to cancel its scheduled
meeting at the state museum
last night. The planned dis discussion
cussion discussion topic was "the earth's
ututtvn Mure uvea
Sat. Mat. 2:30 p.m.
"THE SEA HORNET"
& Serial 7:00
Cary Grant Jajne
"KISS THEM FOR ME"
in Cinemascope & Color
A M B O A"
Sat. Mat. 6:11 P-m.
THUNDER IN GOD'S
COUNTRY and Serial
LAST of the BAD MEN
G A T V N
Sat. Mat. 2:30 p.m.
THE LADY WANTS
MINK and Serial
Alan Freed FranWe
"ROCK, ROCK, ROCK"
Sat. Mat. 2:30 p.m.
& Serial 6:15 7:55
"THE OKLAHOMA N"
in CinemaScope & Color
6:15 & 8:25
' I1RUMS OF FU
MANCHU" 7:45 only
UtATE TOOT AD WIN
BABDO No 2t
PUBLICACIONES No 1 l-ntf... pi... ri, VT, rwi . i nii.nii iauirT-l '..uiilll a t'AKMA
"B" ItrMt miaiianaiZSV-. 7':. W..Y"V i'. ""1" i ,VMin Vnhs iruiriraL us
164 Central Avenue a HfllKnmn roraauon . ... ,, mrn nnv ArncMnr, and 33 S a
Street No S3 a FARMil'll mt I; VI. p.m. lit a VflVminM A THIS
m. mi. in ineaus. UiUWH! central A venae litis T.l m
Will pay spot cash for good late
model cars. Phone all day, Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4966 or 2-2616. Autos
Eisenmann next to Coca Cola
FOR SALE 1957 Ford con con-vctible
vctible con-vctible hard-top, air-conditioned,
with all accessories. Phone
3-5966 Panama. Pablo Herrera.
FOR SALE 1956 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 2 door with air conditioning
standard shift, beautiful car, on only
ly only $1895.00. House 73-D Co Coco
co Coco Solito.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILE
1954 Chevrolet 3105, Vl ton
panel. Under ,50,000 miles.
Good Shape. $650.00 or bast
higher offer. Call 2-2294 Pan Panama
ama Panama 7:30-4 p.m. Not duty paid.
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet,
2 -door, powerglide, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Cristobal 2457.
FOR SALE 1948 Nash Coupe,
railio, $150.00. Call Ancon 2 2-2398
2398 2-2398 after 4:30.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet
2-door sports sedan. $1600.
5289-B Diablo. Tel. 2-3435.
FOR SALE '57 Plym. Bel Belvedere
vedere Belvedere V-8.4-D sedan W.S.W.
backup lights, sport-tone paint.
Excellent condition. Phone 83 83-2209,
2209, 83-2209, house 670 Curundu Htt.
PANAMA o COLON
vnim rckv hurt?
trained Chiropodist wfll relieve
any loot trouble, corns, callous-
sea, ingrown tee nana, ion ma
safe, etc. J,
J. Areaemena Ave. 33-18
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Barrow on roar
present car through
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
. DECISION REVERSED
PARIS (UP) s France's su supreme
preme supreme court last nightj re reversed
versed reversed the convictions and 'conse
o.uent death sentences of two 1&
vear-old Algerian girls accused of
oarticipating in rebel bomb at
tacks on two Algiers lootDaii sta
diums a year ago. The court over
ruled a Dec. 22 decision by an
Algiers lower court on technical
grounds. The girls, whose names
were withheld, must stana trial
We offer you the best In
Upholstering. Expert Up Upholsterer.
holsterer. Upholsterer. Finest materials.
GARAGE IT IAS
Opposite Roosevelt Hotel
ONE OP Oim AOrNTf on nire nmm a r mm rmiMt- LlHRKHIA PReXIABO 7 Street Ne. 13
FOR SALE Complete House Household
hold Household furniture and furnishings.
Gerhard House 19, 7th Street,
fiotf Heights Friday and Sat
urday 8:00 to 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE 1956 Frigid.ro
Automatic washer, used nine
months, like new. Call 86-2125.
FOR SALE Swedish living,
dining-room, bedroom sets,
bamboo sots, rugs, lamps, TV,
Airconditioner, r e f r j gerator,
washing machine, etc. Leaving
country. Call 2-2126, evenings
FOR SALE Like new Kelvina Kelvina-tor
tor Kelvina-tor washing machine. $195.00.
Phono Albrook 86-7118,
FOR SALE Deluxe Bilt-Rite
baby carriage, play-pen, Norge
clothes dryer, almost new. Phone
FOR SALE Electric fan, house
type, 1957 24,". 2 Ward and
2 reverse speed, cools entire a a-partment
partment a-partment $40.00. 80-H Coco
Solito. Tel. 8618. J
FOR SALE RCA Whirlpool
washing machine, 1957 model,
less than year old. Leaving Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. $75.00. Telephone 3124
Leaving must sell living room
set, gas stove, deep freese 7C
ft., electric dryer, miscellaneous
household effects, Tel. 3-3525.
FOR SALE Bendlx Dialama Dialama-tic
tic Dialama-tic washer $50.00. Portable
sewing machine $55.00, Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler 1950, De Soto 1949. Quar Quarters
ters Quarters No. 647 A, Kobbe. Call 84 84-6147.
6147. 84-6147. FOR SALE Double bed,
springs, mattresses, and foam
rubber mattress. Balboa 2752.
FOR SALE Custom designed
hi-fidelity radio phonograph
combination, has Knight am-fm
tuner, Bogen DB-20 DF ampli amplifier,'
fier,' amplifier,' Webcor automatic changer
with diamond strlii, university
tri-axlal speaker, in Beautiful ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet $300, also fable
model RCA radio, $15; small
Silvettone radio, $7.50, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons living room chair $1500,
Kodak 620 folding camera, with
Kalart flash gun, $20. All in
excellent condition. Ph 83-2209
House 670 Curundu Ht.,
FOR SALE Asheraft Corner
Step Table, Coffee Table, End)
Table, and Contour Chair. Alt
2 lampe and. Vacuum .Cleaner.
Call Curundu 3297.
EASTER SEALS -A pretty
little girl, looking forward to
discarding her crutches in favor
of roller skates, features one of
two designs for the 1958 Easter
Seals. The seals messengers of
hope for crippled children will
be mailed to more than 38 mil million
lion million American homes when the
month long Easter Seal appeal
gets under way on March 6. The
seals are in bright Easter color
tones of rose and blue.
We are proud to announce the ar arrival
rival arrival of the new GERMAN FORD
(Taunus 17 M) in
AGENCIAS COSMOS, S. A.
Corner of NVJonal Stadium A Frangipani
Tels. -4586 2-4680
FOR SALE Small factory pro producing
ducing producing construction materials.
Product has good market. Of
special interest -to Atlantic Side.
Priced to sell tjuickly. For infor information
mation information write "FABRICA" ce
THE PANAMA AMERICAN.
THE CURUNDU RESTAURANT
offers invitation to bid on con contract
tract contract to operate RADIO b T.V.
REPAIR SHOP in Curundu, C.Z.
Prospective bidders are invited
to visit the operations. Bid
should be submitted in duplicate,
. in sealed envelopes properly
identified on the outside, and
enclosed in another envelope ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Installation Offi Officer.
cer. Officer. Bids will be opened 1400
hours on 15 April 1958 in the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information call Curun Curundu
du Curundu 6205 or 4268
FOR SALE Amateur Radio
Equipment: Three beams, 10,
15 and 20 meters; Rotator with
power supply, Phone patch,
Panadapter, Genset Super-six
Converter. Leu than one half
original cost. Overall, K25HO.
House 6251, Los Rio..
FOR SALE New "Garrard"
four speed single record playing
unit as low as $27.95. Address
Panama Sales and Services
FOR RENT 3 room apart apartment.
ment. apartment. No. 462-B Carrasquilla.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a RA RADIO
DIO RADIO and T.V. REPAIR SHOP in
Curundu, C.Z. Prospective bid bidders
ders bidders are invited to visit the op operations.
erations. operations. Bids should1 be submit submitted
ted submitted in duplicate, in sealed enve envelopes
lopes envelopes properly identified on the
outside, and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to the In Installation
stallation Installation Officer for the atten attention
tion attention of the Post Restaurant Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Bids will be opened 1400
hours on 1 April 1958 in the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information cell Curun Curundu
du Curundu 6205 or 4288.
FOR SALE Returning homer,
Will sell new coat suit, dresses.
Reeaenable. Call 517 ) Colon.
FOR SALE Pair Love Seats;
1 949 P I y m o uth, DeLuxe;
Quarters 427-B, Ft. Clayton,
FOR SALE Desk, Inquire Jan Janitor
itor Janitor In rear of Swift end Co. Ne.
FOR SALE Collapsible Eng English
lish English baby cart with fringed top.
Mattress, new. Tel. 3-1659, calle
Mattress, new. Tel. 3-1659, ca calle
lle calle F, No. 10 El Cangrejo.
FOR SALE Round trip ticket to
Lima, Peru for APA air line.
$100.00. Tel. 3-6779 Panama.
FOR SALE Gilbert Electric
train complete, with accessories.
Price $20.00. Tel. 3-6779r Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR SALE New "Garrard"
four speed single record playing
unit as low as $27.95. Address
Panama Sales and Services.
. FLY NON-STOP
RAMSTEIN, Germany (UP) A
enimrlron of U.S. Air Force super
sonic jet fighters will fly non-stop
from Oklahoma to Germany be between
tween between March 24 and 26, Air Force
officials said today. It will be the
first non-stop transatlantic hop for
i re; e : J
an entire squaaron, omciais saiu.
MISSIONS GO EAST, WEST
ACCRA. Ghana (UP) Two gov
ernment trade missions will leave
in July for separate six-week
tours of countries in the East and
West, including the United States,
it was announced today. One mis mission
sion mission will visit Jamaica and Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico as well as the U.S. The
other will go to East Germany,
Czechoslovakia and Russia.
FOR SALE -t- Six lots, beach
fiont, at Palm Beach, San Car Carlos,
los, Carlos, sold separately or all togeth together
er together 2500 square meters. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Telephone 3-0193.
FOR SALE Completely fur fur-ni'Sed
ni'Sed fur-ni'Sed cottage at Gorgona Beach.
Swim, fish, relax. Party who
wished to buy unable raise mon money.
ey. money. Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house
and lota at 105 First Street, Las
Cumbres. Best offer. Phono Na Navy
vy Navy 3121.
FOR SALE $7,800 New Cha Chalet,
let, Chalet, two bedrooms. $3,500 pay
down. 3rd Ave. 98th Street. 2
blocks Supermercado Lisac.
FOR SALE Beautiful house at
Cerro Axul, 3 hectares of land.
For information call Monday
Phone 3-2001 at 8 a.m. to 12: 12:-00,
00, 12:-00, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Write A A-partado
partado A-partado 902 Panama.
ISoats fir Motors
FOR SALE 15 H.P. Evinrudc,
cutboard motor good condition.
Navy 3197 or 908-A Rousseau.
FOR SALET22'Cabin Cruis Cruiser
er Cruiser "Gabi." Kermath 62 H.P.
with 2 x 1 reduction. Fully
equipped including galley, head
and outriggers. Celastic covered
hu'l, cabin tops and decks.
Launched January 1957. Per
feet. Moored Balboa Yacht Club.
Panama 3-0354 to 3:30 p.m.
evenings, Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE 15' outboard cab cabin
in cabin cruiser, 25 H.P. Evinrude
motor, 1955, trailer, all acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Gatun 5-300.
Reward for' return of small black
cocker spaniel named Levey.
Tel. 6232 Curundu.
JET JOCKEY "Get a horse"
might be a fitting phrase to
hurl at Col. J. H. Bulkley, a jet
pilot modeling his supersonic
"spurs" at Hamilton 'Air Force
Base, Calif. The heel attach attachments
ments attachments actually fit into the ejec ejection
tion ejection seat ot the Lockheed
F-104A Starfighter, a twice-the-speed-
of- sound interceptor
which is the newest addition to
the U.S. Air Force combat team,
' afl HMp?
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axel a a-OKOxoanxw
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Dan Duryea Burglar
Jane Mansfield Bait!
RELEASE TOMORROW AND MONDAY AT
THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE!
Luscious Jayne Mansfield is "bait" for vljjtance i and
murder in Colnmbla Pictures' new thriller, "THE BUR BURGLAR,"
GLAR," BURGLAR," opens tOMORROW and MONDAY at the DRIV DRIVEN
EN DRIVEN Theatre In weekend attraction, starring Dan Duryea in
the title role, Miss Mansfield and Martha Vickers. One of
the most daring and original suspense stories ever filmed -on-the-spot,
far from Hollywood's beaten path, "THE BUR BURGLAR"
GLAR" BURGLAR" reportedly offers the curvaceous blonde star a role,
rich In excitement, drama and, romance.
"THE BURGLAR" was filmed In Philadelphia and in
Atlantic City, With Miss Mansfield playing the heautiful
young woman who helps Duryea lift a fabulous diamond
necklace rlcht from under the noses of the police. Holed-
up until the beat dies down, and they can convert the
cold-brilliant gem into cool cash, Jayne and Duryea run
into trouble with other members of their gang.
Opportunity for assistant chief
accountant (mala) American
firm needs Panamanian age 30
to 40 with college education or
equivalent. Must write and apeak
English fluently and have three
to five years experience, prefer preferably
ably preferably with U.S. firm, including
one year in supervisory capacity.
Write giving qualifications to
ABC, Box 134. Panama, R.P.
Opportunity for accounting clerk
(female) America,! firm needs
Panamanian 20 to 30 years old
with high school education and
two years experience in account accounting
ing accounting work. Must have knowledge
of bookkeeping and typing and
speak and write English and
Spanish. Write giving qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications to ABC, Box 134, Pana Pana-ma.R.P.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Expert Dress making. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-3256
Diablo Beauty Shop, offers you
a lovely cold wave special for
$7.50. For appointment, call 2 2-1322
1322 2-1322 Diablo Service Center up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. WANTED Enlargcr VA x
2V4 will pay cash. Call New
York Studio, Tel. 391 -A, 11th
St. and Central Ave. Colon.
SPORTS LITTLE LEAGUEKS
ATLANTIC LI I It-fc UMtfue
Standings March 19
W L GB
8 0 0-5
5 0-5 4 IV
4 3 3V4
4 4 -4
2 8 6
1 7 7
tual of Omaha
The Legion opened the final
week of the Atlantic Little League
second half by defeating the Elks
8 to 3 in a gme played on Mon-
ilov oftprnnnn I
For Greg Hakanson the Legion
mnundsman. it was win number
turn Nickv Brooks was the oppos
ing and losing pitcher. A big four
run fourt4inning put the game on
fnr the Lesion.
Tom McBride of the Legion led
the stickers for the day, with three
for three while Nicky Brooks,
Jack Blair and Henry Shirk each
doubled for the games owy extra
The box More:
2 0 0 0
2 0 0 0
4 1 0 0
3 0 2 0
3 0 0 0
10 0 0
3 0 10
3 0 0 0
10 0 0
26 3 5 1
3 10 0
3 0 0 0
3 12 0
2 0 0 0
3 3 3 0
3 0 10
2 IV 0 0
23 8 7 0
Brooks, m If
Brooks, f 2b
Score by Innings
0 0 1 2 0 03
1 1. 0 4 2 X 8
Tuesday afternoon the Po'ice
Pals pulled a 4 to 2 victory out of
the fire when they came up with
3 -minute car wash SI.
cleaning of meter $5. waxing of
ears S6. Ante-Bene. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Soars
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Bex 1 890. Panama, R.P.
Cutter ants, chinch bugs, gar garden
den garden insects exterminated at lew
cost. Quick service, results guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. "Servfcio Pronto." Tel.
Panama 3-7977, Colon 1777.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacienal "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 de Mayo."
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NA NA-TERS
TERS NA-TERS 103 Colon, 8057 7th
Girls! tell him you want an ex extra
tra extra special gift this Easter, e
beautiful, soft permanent insteed
of rabbits or flowers. If he
squirms settle for the latest
spring hairdjp. Genell's Beauty
Shop, Cocoli Clubhouse, j Navy
2 runs in the seventh I to defeat
the Pirates who had tied the
game at 2 all in last of the sixth.
Hermit Henriduez led the stick stickers
ers stickers wih 3 bits in four trips, one
of which was a long double to cen cen-terfield.
terfield. cen-terfield. Mickey' JrtcElhone and
Ken Shelley were other two bag
.rkAlleLP,"Ik tarted ,0" P-
, leLft the, game at the end
of the sixth with the score tie at
2 uail.JWill Will came on to pitch
... ie.cuui tue sevenin gna was
credited with the win Jimmv fk.
don started for the Pirates and
wonted four inning. Tommy Hick Hick-ey
ey Hick-ey took over in the fifth and was
charged with the loss when Mc Mc-Elhones
Elhones Mc-Elhones double drove in what
proved to be the winning ran.
The box score:
Police la sua
Wil cf, p
Murray, 2b, ss
Henriquez, ss, 3b
Hickey, 3b, p
Ebdon, p, 2b
28 4 4 2
AB R H E
29 2 7 1
Seer by Inning
100100 24 4 2
100 0,0 1.0-2 7 1
The Coca Cola Bottlers won tha
second half of the Atlantic Little
League when thv defeated Mu Mutual
tual Mutual df Omaha 4 to 2 in a thrill thrill-ing
ing thrill-ing game played On Wednesday
The game was-a scoreless pitch
er's duel between Coca Cola's
Richie Sanchez and Mike Bum
of Mutual until the bottom of the
sixtn wnen coca Cola scored their
four runs. Eight men came to the
plate and Bender's single was tha
only hit of the big inning. Mutual
inen came to. oat m the sixth and
back to back doubles by Hauser
and Burza tallied two runs, but
Sanchez then tightened up and
retired the side.
Both pitchers twirled fine ball.
For Richie Sanchez, the win was
his seventh without a loss. Burza
wasfthe loser to make his record
7 wins and 4 losses.
The box scoree
AB R HI
2 0 0 0
3 0 0
Evans, 2b I
22 2 2 2
A R m n
2 0 0 0
Hutcbings, if -Sanchez,
22 4 4 1
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WASHINGTON, March ,ft (UP)
The House Appropriations Com
mitted threw away President Ei-jHouse takes up the committee'i
senhowers budget for indepeId-te,5;920(90u, bfll to finance mora
ent government agencies today in
lavor ot a new one 10 per cent
higher partly to help "fight the
The Democratic-controlled com committee
mittee committee also ordered the President
to revise some of his bookkeep
ing methods and to revamp pro
posed construction plans for fed
eral buildings. It said the latter
recommendation wiuld save the
Trinidad To Hold
Meg To Be There
The action was certain to touch
off an angry floor fight when the
FASTEST MEN Fastest men on th3 track last h'ght were 100 yds! winner Herman Daniel
(right) of Ft. Amador, John Chapman (center) of Ft. Clayton who placed second, and third
man home Henry Jones of the Athletic Club. Daniel's time was 10 seconds flat. AU three
are expected to see action again in tonight's everts.
Courts Of North Carolina Clamp Down
Soundly On Activity Of Ku Kiux Klan
rri a L-O-N-G WAT UP' Ralph Horlne of the Athletic Club (left) and Bill I
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First Day Of Spring Finds Northeast Buried;
Storm Churned By Winds Paralyzes 13 States
BOSTON, March 22 (UP- A
torm churned by winds that ap approached
proached approached hurricane firce in some
areas lashed the Northeast yester yesterday
day yesterday on the first day of spring. v
At least 30 persons died in ac accident
cident accident attributed to the storm.
Thirteen states felt the force of
the storm as it spun slowly
Northward, leaving snowfalls of
up to 36 inches.
More than one million homes
and offices were without heat,
lights or telephone service for
'varying intervals. Thouands of re-
Weather Or Hot
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High i, i. !-' 96
(max mph) W-14
RAIN (inches) T
(Inner harbors) 76
SUNDAY, MARCH 23
nairmen battled wind, ice and
snow in a back-breaking attempt
to restore power and communications.
STATE OF EMERGENCY
Gov. George Leader declared a
state of "extreme emergency" in
hard hit Pennsylvania. Other
state of emergency were de declared
clared declared in New Jersey. In those
states and elsewhere, thousands
of persons were marooned along
highways and in rural areas,
transportation was crippled,
schools and colleges cancelled
classes, and serious flooding oc
curred along coastal regions as
tides surged in.
The storm dead included Arn
old Bearce, 24, Billerica, Mass.,
whose car collided with a train
at Beverly, Mass.' Bearce was
the father of the deaf-mute boy
who was drowned two weeks ago
after becoming lost m a swamp
unable to hear the calls of searchers.
The effect of the storm reached
even to the White House, where
President Eisenhower was forced
to cancel a scheduled flight to
SUBWAY S PLAGUED
Snow piled up on elevated sec
tions plagued the New York city
Bulldozers bit through six-foot
drifts to reach some 1,000 per
sons who had been marooned for
24 hours in a restaurant on the
Pennsylvania Turnpike near
Reading. The rescued included
babies, college students. Amish
farmers, newspapermen, sailors,
dancers.' artists, clergymen, rock
'n' roll musicians, soldiers, state
troopers, and tourists from for
George L. Bliss, 61, KocKy
River, Ohio, died of a heart at attack
tack attack yesterday after abandoning
his car and attempting to reach
the restaurant on foot.
12:55, :07, 4:14, 6:21, 8:44
Idlewild Airport was similarly
The storm was the worst to hit
Pennsylvania in 16 years. At the
oeak of the storm, some 400.000
homes in Philadelphia were with without
out without power. There were drifts up
to 36 inches near west cnester
and Reading. Highways were
closed. Whole communities were
Gov. Leader authorized munici
pal authorities to cut red tape
wherever possible to expedite aid
to stricken areas.
He directed state agencies to
"cooperate with public utility
companies in efforts aimed at the
restoration of essential service.
The Bell Telephone Co. leport-
ed that there were still about 90, 90,-000
000 90,-000 telephones out of order in
For the first time in the his
tory of Philadelphia, the Red
Cross set up "mass care centers"
to provide for persons left with
out power. The, Weather Bureau
warned that a rapid thaw could
touch off major floods in the
LONG ISLAND STYMIED
Some 75,000 homes were with without
out without heat or electricity on Long
Island, N. Y. The Long Island
Railroad planned to send a spe special
cial special 10-car train out to the island
to pick up refugees and take
them to Red Cross shelters. The
railroad said those rescued could
spend the night on the heated
train if they wanted to.
The paralyzing touch of the
storm also reached the United
Nations. Secretary General Dag
Hammarsklold was forced to call
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CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UP)-For
the second time in a week the
courts of North Carolina have
clamped down hard on the ac
tivities of the Ku Klux Klan.
Judge Zeb V.' Nettles Thursday
ordered stiff prison sentences for
three klansmen for their part in
an attempt to bomb a Negro
school. He called the sentences a
"warning to those who would take
the law into their own hands."
A jury deliberated more than
four hours before convicting the
three klansmen on charges grow
ing out of the Feb. 15 attempt
to dynamite the Woodland school
here. The jury acquitted two
other members of the KKK splint splinter
er splinter group.
Lester Francis Caldwell, grand
wizard of the group, received five
to 10 years tor anempung 1 w
homb the school, we receivea a
suspended three to five-year term
for conspiring to bomb it
Nettles sentenced wnuam apen-
i ii n T.
cer, 28, ano iirmur oruwu n.,
33, to two to five years each for
Jack Ayscue, 28, and David
Quick, 23, were acquitted. Ayscue
had' been charged with the bomb bombing
ing bombing attempt and Quick with con conspiracy.
spiracy. conspiracy. Attorneys for the three convict
ed mn served notice of appeals
to the State Supreme Court but
Nettles ordered them held without
bona pending the appeal.
-As he passed sentence, Nettles
The storm that began in the
waning hours of winter Thursday
CHILDREN AMONG STRAND tu -dumped six more incnes oi snow
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Several of those stranded
praised 'some 50 truck drivers
who went time after time into
the blizzard-like snows to rescue
persons stranded in stalled buses
and cars. Forty of the rescued
were children, who had been air
lifted to the restaurant from a
snowbound bus by a helicopter
from Olmstead Air Force Base
Navy vessels in Narragansett
bay were prepared to move out
to sea if the storm worsened.
Winds inland were measured up
to 74 miles an hour.
Lincoln Downs in Rhode Island
cancelled its racing program
Bowie in Maryland cancelled its
program yesterday. Three feet of
snow on the track forced officials
to call off an auto race at Read
1 The storm picked up intensity
in New England as the center
whirled over Providence. R. I
Parts of New England braced for
up to 15 inches of snow.
PLANE FLIGHTS CANCELLED
Hundreds of flights from major
Eastern airports were cancelled
because of the storm. At mid
day, LaGuardia Airport in New
York City had not had a landing
for more than eight hours, and
there were only a few departures
on New Jersey. ov. Kooert
Mevner alerted the National
Guard to throw open its facilities
as emergency centers to nouse
and feed refugees.!
RIGHT EXTRA MAN-POWER
Utility companies drew extra
manpower from as far away as
Ohio and Connecticut into crip
pled central and southern New
Jersey where thousands of homes
and offices have gone without
power since Wednesday night.
The storm dumped up to 25
inches of snow in parts of New
Jersey. George Whitely Jr., head
of the Weather Bureau at Tren
ton, called it the "greatest snow
of the century" in the state cap
ital area, A state of emergency
was in effect there. Camden,
N.J., also declared a state of
emergency as repairmen toiled
to restore heat and lights to
about 30,000 homes.
At the height of the storm,
more than 400,000 homes, offices
and industrial plants in New Jer
sey were without power, and
about 70,000 telephones were out
of order. A Bell spokesman said
storm damage would cost the
By Senate Leaders
WASHINGTON (UP) The
House's "big three" lined up to today
day today to make an extraordinary bi bipartisan
partisan bipartisan appeal for pensions for
ex-presidents including Herbert
Hoover, Harry S. Truman and
Dwiaht D. Eisenhower when he
Snnaltflr Sam Ravburn, Demo
cratic leader John W. McCormack
and GOP Leader Joseph W. Mar Martin
tin Martin Jr. nlanned to make the plea
at a rlosed-door session of the
House Civil Service Committee.
Thmr annearance toilowed re
ports that a bill to give $25,000-a-year
pensions to all ex-presidents
present and future faced a
tough fignt in ine committee.
The bin was nasseo Dy me aen
ate Feb. 4. 1957, and has been
hanging fire in the House com
mittep ever since.
Ravburn told the United Press
in advance of his appearance that
ex-presidents snouia oe granted
retirement anowamres so wey
could "live in dignity and secur
"A former president ougnt not
to nave to write articles to mane
a living," he said. He noted his
appearnace today was his first 'in
a long time betore any congres
The Senate-passed' bill also di
rects the government's General
Services Administration to pro
vide "suitable office space," sec
retanes and clerks for ex -presi
dents. They also would get free
Another provision would grant
widows of former presidents reg
ular tensions of $10,000 a vear. In
the past Congress has from time
to time provided S5,ooo-a-year
pensions for president s widows'
The House committee held
brief hearing on the bill a year
ago with JHcuormacK the only
Now eligible for benefits under
the bill would be ex-presidents
Truman and Hoover and two
presidents widows Mrs. Wood
row Wilson and Mrs. Franklin D
Premier Of France
Bains Key Victory
By New Amendment
PARIS. March 22 (UP)-French
deputies today voted away their
power to overthrow governments
unless they offer an alternative
policy to replace the one they
, The constitutional amendment
was included in a package of gov
ernment DacKeo amendments
which passed 308-206 at the early early-morning
morning early-morning end of a 10-hour debate.
Senate approval of the amend amendments
ments amendments is expected, but they would
not take force until the passage
of new electoral laws and parlia
Approval of the amendments in
the lower house was a victory for
Premier Felix Gaillard. He has
been trying for months to
strenghtenl France's administra administration
tion administration and promote political stabil
under the kev amendment, no
deputy may vote simply against
overnment-proposed law. He
. A successful man is one who
keeps looking for work offer he
hos found a job.
s proposals or fi
ment's proposals or for a party party-proposed
proposed party-proposed motion of censure which
includes a positive policy to re
place the government's.
Every deoutv must vote unless
he is excused by illness or for
other serious reasons.
rne government can be over
thrown only by a vote of an ab
Another amendment strength
ens the government by removing
the assembly's right to introduce
legislation that would diminish
state revenue or increase state
said, "These gentlemen were try
ing to have a super law enforc-
ment agency. Certainly we don'u
need. .any crowd Of men trymg
to throw dynamite around and
trying to scare people."
He said he did not know wheth whether
er whether any of the defendants were
resDonsible for two recent at
tempts to bomb Jewish syna
gogues here and in nearoy uas uas-tonia.
tonia. uas-tonia. But, he said, "Those colored
people have the right to go to
school out there undisturbed.
Those Jewish folks have the right
" go to church undisturbed. .
'mat's an American principle."
Nettles said the klan was not
organized "for the purpose of
promoting citizenship. .but for a
selfish purpose. I think this jury's
verdict is right. .This verdct is
a notice that they cannot, take
th law into their own hands."
One week ago today, Judge
Clawson Williams at Lumberton.
N. C, sentenced Grand Wizard
James W. Cole of Marion, S. C,
to 18 to 24 months for inciting
a rint nt Maytntl. N. C. and
James Garland Martin of Reids-
ville, N. C, former klan grand
titian, to 6 to 12 months.
A police undercover agent in
the Caldwell group testified that
the bomb plot and a previous
cross-burning at the school had
been staged to obtain publicity.
Safety Field Day
Program To Be
Held At Sta. Cruz
The Committee for the fourth
annual safety field day today an announced
nounced announced the program to be he'd
on April 12 at Santa Cruz.
The Droeram will beein with a
Darade from the Gamboa rail
road station to the Santa Cruz
school at 8:15 a.m.
The kick-off program will be
held in the Santa Cruz theater at
Safety exhibitions will be dis
play, demonstrations on first aid
by the C.Z. Fire Dept., the Navy
and other groups; competitions,
and a line throwing contest.
Specifically for this event, the
bus fare irom Panama to tramnoa
will be 15 cents instead of 20
To celebrate the opening of
the Federal Parliament on April
L22, a i ten-day festival is to be
held In Trinidad, to be known
as the West Indies Festival of
Arts. The opening, on April 23
will be attended by Princess
Margaret. The following in information
formation information about plans for the
festival Is taken from local press
The aim Is to present the best
exhibitions of (the cultural and
artistic t achievements of British
West Indians; to encourage a
healthy national sentiment, em emphasising
phasising emphasising the indigenous aspects
of British West- Indian art and
culture; and to indicate the cul cultural
tural cultural contribution that the West
Iiiti.if can make to the world.
The festival will include mu music,
sic, music, drama dancing, exhibitions
of painting sculpture, architec architecture,
ture, architecture, ceramics and other, crafts,
and ah historical exhibition. The
Caribbean Quarterly will devote
its next issue to an anthology of
West Indian verse. Artists from
all over the West Indies will take
part, and distinguished West In
dian artists abroad have been
invited to return home and par participate.
ticipate. participate. Support for the festiya Is not
confined to the West Indies. As Assistance
sistance Assistance has come from West
Indians living overseas, the Ca Canada
nada Canada Council, which is making
available the manager jot the
Sratford Theatre in -Ontario,
and the Rockefeller Foundation.
whose flnstnoial help has made.
tecnnicai experts available to
help the planning committee.
man a dozen independent federal
agencies in the new fiscal year
starnng July l.
The President had requested
S5,H22,3,500 for the agencies.
The committee refused to grant
200 million dollars of the request.
On the other hand, it voted to
give him- 827 million dollars he.
ara noi asK.
The committee recommended
extra funds of:
-$589,000,000 for the federal
employes' retirement fund to pre
vent the governments deficit
from increasing. The effect would
be to increase federal spending1,
by that amount. The president
has been withholding the govern government's
ment's government's full contribution to the
fund to make his spending bud
get iook smaller.
Korean Crated Boy
Case Nay Result
In Reduced Charge
SEOUL, Korea, March 22 (UP)
A U.S. military spokesman said
today Army investigators had on on-covered
covered on-covered new evidence that might
result in reduction of charges
against an Army captain in tne
case of the Korean "crated boy."
fie said the Korean, Kim Choon
II, actually was 19 years old and
not 14 as he claimed. Investiga
tors had determined Kim Was
born on March 25, 1939, the
Korean national nolice disclosed
Kim also had a po'.ce record.
One of the three charges
brought against Capt. Marvin E.
Kemp, 34, of Kilmichael. Miss..
was "unlawfully assaulting and
striking a child under the age of
The military spokesman said
the new facts about Kims age
meant the maximum punishment
Kemp faced if convicted would be
three and one-half years impris imprisonment
onment imprisonment instead of five. The cburt cburt-martial
martial cburt-martial is scheduled for next
Kim was caught stealing in the
ouarters of a unit of the Eighth
Army near Ascom City Feb. 15.
His captors allegedly shaved and
tarred his head, stuck him with
a knife, nailed him inside a crate
and shipped him by helicooter 2
miles away before releasing him.
1177,255,000 t finance con
struction of 66 public buildings
projects. The administration
wanted to acquire the buildings
under lease purchase contracts.
Under this system the buildings
are constructed privately and the,
government buys them on the in
stallment plan through long-range
rental payments." The commrt-
tee said this system was "much
more expensive- and cumber
some than direct government
The committee allotted $4,932,
210,000 to the Veterans Adminis
tration, instead of the requested I
$4,967,552,000. It recommended an I
additional $8,356,000 for in-patient
care and 10 million dollars fori
construction of VA hospitals butl
more than offset these increases
by reductions in funds for pen pensions
sions pensions and benefits.
Benefi: ; under the Veterans
programs are fixed by law. Thus,
the committee was merely scal scaling
ing scaling down the administration's es estimate
timate estimate of what these programs
would cost, rather than achiev achieving
ing achieving any actual savings. Congress
would have to make up any shor
The committee also made mi minor
nor minor reductions in budget reauests
for the Federal Communication
commission, tne federal Kowrnfl
Commission, the Federal Tra del
rnrnmissinn and a nuiMMtr
It recommended 115
dollars for the National
Foundation, compared with a)
Duaget estimate oi xw minion
Secretary Oi Army
To Visit Canal Zone
Headquarters Caribbean Com Command
mand Command tdday announced that Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Army Wilber M,
Brucker will visit the command
between March 29 and April 4.
He will be accompanied by Hugh
M. Milton II, assistant Secretary
of the Army for. manpower and
Brucker is expected to arrlv
at 8 am. March 29 at Albrook
Air Force Base. While in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone he will consult wHSi
Caribbean Command and U. S.
Army Caribbean ortwaais on
command matters, ana wrai oov.
Potter concerning the Panama
The secretary also plans to vis visit
it visit Puerto Rico for three days, ar arriving
riving arriving there April 1.
Included in Brucker's party, in
addition to Milton, will be Mrs.
Brucker; Mrs. Milton: John B.
Milton, If; Col. B. F. Taylor, ex executive
ecutive executive to the Secretary of the
Army: Lt. Col. -Lester C. Bieler,
executive to the assistant Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Army; Lt. Col. Arnold
J. Hoebeke, military assistant to
the assistant Secretary of the
Army; and Capt. John R. Davles,
The pffleial party will stay at
the TiVoli Guest House while,
they are in the Canal zone.
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school cheerleader doesn't have six legs. That's four other
cheerleaders behind her. Th effect
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