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'Lf th people know the truth end the country is $afe' Abraham Lincoln,
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1958
Two freak accidents, one in Diablo and the other in
Camp Coiner Saturday, cauied considerable damage to
the two vehicles involved as well as to Canal Zone proper property.
ty. property. Lights and fire alarm boxes in Diablo were short-circuited,-
as a result of one of the accidents.
Only one1 of the, drivers, James C. Raymond, 57, re received
ceived received cuts on the nose. The other man involved, Oliver
L. Rlesdh, 37, was not hurt. Both are Americans.
Police report that Riesch drove
into a streec light 'on Haines Street
in Diablo, knocking down the pole
and baring 'the wuing of a lire
alarm box which was attached to
the pole. ,
Three light circuits .and all fire
alarm boxes in jDiabio'were short shorted
ed shorted and disrupted as a result of the
accident. Bis 1957 Ford sedan
came to a stop diagonally astrad astraddle
dle astraddle the knocked-down streetlight
Large electrical flashts shot
out of the live bare wires under
the vehicle, and residents in the
ares ran out te Ineestiaate.
Police said the tire division im immediately
mediately immediately responded to a po'ice
call with a lire rig and moved the
car away from the live flashing
Employes of the Electrical Di Division
vision Division also came out to cut off the
On Madden Lake
With Girl Friend
A Panama City djpigist out rid riding
ing riding on Madden Lake with a girl
friend, wis stranded for sever,
hours yesterday when his boat
broke down due to engine trouble,.
Today the 34-year-old Panama
man. Wll lam neuiimn, au
ho adventure, "excew swr mm
mosquitoee eating us up;
A launch from the Meteorolo
rii.nl and Hvdroaraphic Office was
notified that the stranded passen-
.gers were at the requeni UUd in
Me San Juan de Pequeni River of
The launch left Madden Dam at
10:30 p.m. yesterday and arnvea
t. the club two hours later. They
tnok the stranded coupleand their
boat in tow, arriving back' at the
landing at 4- a.m.
Miss la Guardia. 22, is em employed
ployed employed in the Comptroller's Office
at Ft. Amador. Newuman owns
the Newuman Drug Store, in Pa Pa-nam
nam Pa-nam a City.
Chiefs Of Sovief
MOSCOW.- March 24 (UP)-U
nited Natiem Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold met with Sov
iet foreign miiusiei miiuci uiu
myko today in the first df several
talks on disarmament and other
There was no immediate dig-
closure of the specific topic of the
conversation today. However, the
U.N. chief was believed to be at attempting
tempting attempting to, break the East-West
deadlock on disarmament and fa facilitate
cilitate facilitate a summit meeting.
Hammarskjold is expected to be
here several days.
First Deputy Foreign Minister
Vasfly Kuznetsov, with whom Ham
marskjold had an earlier separate
meeting, attended today's session.
Semen Tsarapkin, member "of
the Foreign Minister's collegium
(advisory council), and Pavel
Chernyshov, head of the Foreign
Ministry's Department of Internal
and Economic Organizations, comr
pleted the gathering.
Kuznetsov led the Soviet delega delegation
tion delegation which greeted Hammarskjold
last night when he arrived at Mos Moscow
cow Moscow from Helsinki.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., March
24 (UP) It was established defi definitely
nitely definitely today that Mike Todd,
multi-millionaire Hollywood show showman
man showman and husband of actress Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Taylor, was one of four
persons killed Saturday when
nit private airplane crashed and
burned in the New Mexico wil wilderness.
derness. wilderness. The identity of the 50-year-old
producer of "Around the World
in Eighty Days" was made
through dental examinations.
But the identities of the other
victims were mere difficult to es establish
tablish establish as definite. However, it
was known that Todd was ac accompanied
companied accompanied on the fatal flight
from Los Angeles to New York
by Art Conn, 49,, prize-winning
screen writer, and two pilots,
wntam Vefner, 45, of Fair Hav Haven,
en, Haven, N.J., arid Tom Barclay, 34, of
current leading to W demolished
streetlight, They made the neces
sary repairs to the light circuits
and fire alarm boxes so that they
were back in operating condition
in about an hour.
There was considerable damage
to Riesch's vehicle which had to
be towed to the Motor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation garage in Ancon. He was a a-lone
lone a-lone at the time the accident oc occurred,
curred, occurred, at about 10:30 p.m., and
suffered no apparent injuries.
Riesch, who lives in Diablo is
employed by the Budget Branch
of the Comptroller's Office
Preliminary police investigation
so far has tailed to disclose the
exact cause o" the accident, and
they are continuing to probe the
The second accident eccured
when Raymond, a Margarita
resident, was backing his 1953
Pontiac from a parking space
en Nevis Street in Camp Coiner
and the accelerator reportedly
The car continued diagonally a
cross the street in reverse. jumP'
ed the curb and travelled oa the
grass in a semi-circular manner
for about SOfeat, When he finally
was able to shift into a forward
motion, the accelerator was still
stuck, police reported today.
in its torwardmotion the car
travelled in, the same semicircul
ar manner it did whil ft was mo
intr in rtvpru Th oari nrncu
curb and crashed, into the
concrete pillar that supports
stairwell of Building 6518-A.
Raymond was taken at Coco So
lo Hospital where he was treated
for nose laceraions and released.
Extensive damage was done to
the front end of his car. Meanwhile
temporary wooden supports were
placed under the stairwell of the
building by Maintenance Division
employes. Investigation of the ac accident,
cident, accident, is continuing.
Widow Says Smoking
Killed Hubby At 65;
Sues For $779,500
NEW ORLEANS. March 24 (UP)
A widow went into Federal Court
today contending that smoking
caused her husband a two-pack-smoker
since 1889 to die of can cancer.
cer. cancer. Mrs. Victoria St. Pierre Larti
gue, or Franklin, La., demanded
$779,500 from Liggett and Myers
company and the R. J. eynolds
A 12-man jury heard the dam damage
age damage suit that raised to court saus
he conroversial issue or wheher
smoking causes or conribues o
Mrs. Lartigue charged that her
husband's death in 1955 of lung
cancer was cused or hstened by
hisheavy smoking since he was
nine years old.
Lartigue died at the age of 65
shortly after undergoing surgery
for removal of a vocal cord. Cause
of death was attirbued o lung
and hroat cancer.
The defendants categorically de denied
nied denied any liability. They said in
pre-trial statements that "the pre
sent state of mediccl knowledge
aoes not permit placing blame for
cancer on smoking."
"The claim that smoking causes
lung cancer amounts to no more
than a hypothesis which cannot be
proved," the companies said hi a
Prove Todd Died In Flaming
The bodies were still in an Al
buquerque mortuary today.
The four were killed when the
plush 6-passenger twin engine
plane, named "The Liz" in honor
of Tood's wife, "iced up" during
a thunderstorm and crashed.
The $100,000 airplane, equipped
with additional interior luxuries
such as a bar, was last heard
from at 2 a.m. yesterday when
one of the pilots reported icing
on the wings. Almost six hurslfuneral arrangements for Todd
later, searchers found the smoul
derma bits of wreckatge'and bod bodies
ies bodies in the Zuni Mountains, 30
miles1 south of Grants, in an
area in northwest central New
Mexico known as "The Bad Badlands."
lands." Badlands." A spokesman for the Civil
Aeronautics Authority said the
plane must have hit at a 4S-de-gree
angle, and then exploded.
Miss Taylor had planned to
Ike Readies Anti
A barefoot Panamanian who
seemed to be taking the long way
around to eet to Paraiso early
this morning slugged a Canal Zone
policeman, led him on a tootcnase
around Anco, and ended up in
Policeman E. V. Amason, while
on duty on t rangipam street i at
one o'c.ock this morning, noticed
someone crossing the street car
A quick investigation revealed
that the man, Herma.i Cedeno, 30,
was running under house 0422 in
Ancon, carrying his shoes in his
When the policeman tried to
hold him, Cedeno slugged him in
the stomach. Amason said he had
to use is blackjack on the de
fendant several times, but he
managed to break the hold and
Amason chased the barefoot
Panamanian all around the quart
ers area until another police
man, who happed kymanaged
to corner Cedeno.
"When I asked him to set into
the police car, he said he d go go-but
but go-but dead," the policeman testified
The defendant, who appeared
without his shoes in court, said
he had been hunting the day be-
lore; tat ne snot a deer wit is
sotgun, but coujidn't carry both
of the bush, so he took out
aralso to eet his eun bark out
of the jungle.
Judge John E. Demine sentenc
ed Cedeno to soend 30 davs in
jail, and fised him $25 on the loit
French Police Hope
To Break Up Duel
Between Old Gents
PARIS, March 24 (UP) Po Police
lice Police said today they will not let
two elderly gentlemen of the
theatre wejrid fight a duel to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow if they Can help it.
The Marquis de Cuevas, Chilean-born,
magnate of the ballet world,
is scheduled to meet Serge Li Li-far,
far, Li-far, France's topVballet choreo choreographer,
grapher, choreographer, on the field, at dawn.
Duelling has been strictly for for-bedden
bedden for-bedden in France since Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal Rlchelelu's edict three cen centuries
turies centuries ago.
There still was a good chance
some face saving would be found
But "we have exchanged sec seconds
onds seconds and chosen the weapons."
the Marquis said. "I wish It
could have been a cat o' nine
tails but finally we decided on
The insult to the honor of the
two men took place last Friday
night when the new ballet sea season
son season of Cuevas International
Ballet opened at 'the Elysees
One of the ballets displayed
"black and white" was by Serge
Llfar. It was the bieeest success
of the niirht but Llfar hart obj
ected to its presentation. Cuevas
did not take any notice of Li Li-fa
fa Li-fa r's objections.
Llfar threw his lice handker
chief in the face of Cuevas dur
ing .the first Intermission. Cue
vas slaprjed Llfar during the sec-
make the trip, but remained at
home in Hollywood because of
illness.' She became hysterical
when' informed of Todd's death.
Todd had been enroutet o New
York City to accept a "Showman
of the Yeat" award at a Friars
Club dinner, scheduled for last
night. The dinner was cancelled.
John F. Simmns, Albuquerque
attorney and former JJew Mexico
governor who is handing the
Todd legal interest here, said
and the two pilots had not been
set. Arrangements for Cohn will
be conducted byV the r Groman
mortuary in Los Angeles.
There was no word today as to
when the remains would bo ready
for removal for services. Morti Morticians
cians Morticians were still sorting the bro broken
ken broken bodies, and a dentist was to
fly here from Los Angeles to
help identify Conn's body.
Frank Goldbogen, Todd's
Three Bella Vista Maids
Seek Cash Meet Cop, Judge
Three maids from the Bella Vis
ta area who tried to engage in
some extra-curricular activities
in the Canal Zone to supplement
their meagre incomes, found in instead
stead instead of making money, it cost
them each $10 today.
laty went brought before the
Balboa Magistrate's court this
morning en chrges of vagran vagrancybeing
cybeing vagrancybeing found in the Canal
one without legitimate
business. All three Panamanian
gists pleaded i J guilty.
First woman to be chrged was
Carmen Gonzalez, 32. Policeman
E. V. Amason told the coort that
she Whistled at aim while he' was
driving on Frangrpani Street in
Ancon at 8 p.m. Saturday.
When he stopped his car, he
said she came over and asked
him where he was going.
Just driving around, he re
"Are you a policeman?" she
"No, he said.
"Well then you must be a civ
ilian, she concluded, "because I
have, seen you around a c o n
She said she's like to go for a
ride, and told Amason that she
only made $25 a month in (Bella -Vista
where she worked as a
She added that about three
times a week she takes a run
over to the Canal Zone for lit little
tle little extra incomes.
The buxom deft wd ant denied
remarked hew beautiful end
clean It was, and hew the would
love It liv in fhe Zone, have a
refrigerator and stove and nice
She denied whistling at the po-
ROQUEBRUNE, France, March
24 (UP) Lord Moran, physician
to Sir Winston Churchill for ma
ny years, left London today by
plane to visit the ailing statesman
who is sufffermc here on the
French Riviera from a recurrence
Lord Koran was accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Soames, the youngest
daughter of the 83-year-old Chur
Both indicated before boarding
the plane that the visit was not
due to any emergency, and doc doctors
tors doctors in Roquebrune said there was
no cause for alarm over Church
"I was going out about this
time to see ifne was fit to come
home," Lord Moran said. "I had
no definite date for the visit, but
in view of the latest reports and
because I understand he wants to
come home I am going" now. That
is the purpose of my visit."
Mrs. Soames will join Churchill s
eldest daughter, Diana, wife of
British Defense Minister Duncan
Sandys. Mrs. Sandys arrived yes
Mrs. Soames, clad in a fur. coat
and white woolen hat, told news
men she definitely had not been
"I would like to make that very
clear." she said.
VI have not seen Siy father since
Christmas and as he is convales
cing very slowly, I thought
should go out to see him.
brother at Highland Park 111.
said Todd probabjy would be bur
ied in -Chicago tomorrow.
The bodies were so badly man
eled and burned they taken
from the crash scene to the
French-Fitrterald mortuary here
in a cardboard box.
Besides his wife, Todd is sur
vived bv a daughter, Lisa,
months, and Mike Jr., bis 28
year-old son by a previous mar
Totd was known for his "spec
tacutm" He onde thew a $200
000 chamoaene party in a Lon
don amusement park, and later
tossed a $250,000 party inMadi
son Sailare Garden.
Only recently Miss Talker an
nounced publicy she was giving
up her career devote her tirne
as a housewife. Besides Liza,
Miss Taylor has two sons by a
he omuising any propotiTien witn me Aneon area
liceman. She said he called her
over to his car.
"Smce I always pay attention
wlen I'm called, I went over."
she told the Judge.
Alter, more testimony was aiven
sne Decame indignant saying:
I wonder how long this state
of aiffairs will continue, that a
Panamanian woman can't walk
in the strtetr sefely any mpre
I intend to publicize it. I am a
married woman with five? chil children,
dren, children, and live in San Francis Francisco."
co." Francisco." Judge John E. Demmg asked
"But you admit you got into
car at night with a man you did
"Yes, but I wasn't committing
a crime," she satd.
The defendant denied hotly that
she had offered to take the police policeman
man policeman to her home.
"How eould it be that I should
dare to take him to my house
when my husband is there?" she
Judge Dming advisee tht wo
man that i fand wwen sht does
publicize the case that she r r-membtr
membtr r-membtr to mention that she it
a married woman who went wil willingly
lingly willingly in a car with an unknown
man jit night.
The' Other two defendants, Eloi Eloi-sa
sa Eloi-sa Quintero and Carmen Caballe Caballe-ro,
ro, Caballe-ro, both 21, appeared in court
dressed jauntili-y in pedal-pushers
and bright blo'ises. Both alleg-
geaiy wopos isned Amason in
and both said
t been here for a long
time," pleaded Eloisa. "I have
been behaving myself."
A long time turned out to be two
months ago when she was picked
up on a similah chrge.
All three were each fined
Only Gonzalez was able to
Bob Hope Praises
LONDON, March 24 (UP)-
Comedian Bob Hope summed up
his trip to Russia in a recorde,
Moscow radio interview today
and the key word especially for
Kussian vaudeville was great."
The English-language broadcast
heard here quoted Hope as say
ing he saw many Soviet vaude
ville performers and tlje film
clips he took for use on his TV
show would show them "in a
Hope, who returned to the Unit
ed States Saturday, said he
thought the persistence of Rus
sian vaudeville was a good thing
because it gave young perform performers
ers performers there a place to get started.
The American comedian added
that in the United States, televi
sion "has sort of gobbled up"
Asked about his impressions of
the movie people he had met m
Russia, Hope said:
Well, they are wonderful. it
just proves one thing to me. It's
the same all over the world. A
beautiful girl is a beautiful girl,
and you sure have, a few there.
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FIVE CANAL ZONE YOUTHS enlisted in the United States Air Force at the Albrook recruit recruiting
ing recruiting office recently for a period of four years. 1st Lt. Frank D. Cox (left), assistant recruitlnp
officer, administered the oath. The enlistees are, left to right: Frank S. Stabler, from Bal
boa; John M. king, Fort Clayton; Mike w. Tavlor, Balboa; George N. Kintner, Balboa; and
Stanley T. Fields, Balboa. The new airmen we re assigned to Lackland Alr' Force Base, Texas
to receive basic military training. (Official USAF Photo) x
Is Top Union Bid
In Motors Talks
DETROIT, March 24 (UP)
The United Auto Workers puts
its 1958 contract demands on tne
bargaining table at General Mo
tors corp. tomorrow.
Walter P. Reuther, UAW pres-
jdent, has emphasized the Im
portance of the opening of tnis
year's negotiations by announc announcing
ing announcing he will attend. Reuther In
recent years has joined the con contract
tract contract negotiations only after
thev reached a climax.
The top men for General Mo Motors
tors Motors 20-man team tomorrow will
be Louis G. Seaton, vice presi president
dent president of personnel staff, and Earl
R. Bramblett, labor relations
chief. Reuther and UAW-GM ds ds-mrtment
mrtment ds-mrtment director Leonard
Woodcock will head the 15 15-member
member 15-member union group.
The present three-year con contract
tract contract with General Motors ex expires
pires expires at midnight May 29. Ford
and Chrysler contracts expire
June 1, UAW-Ford talks will
start next Monday; Chrysler
talks will begin Tuesday, April
The union is asking for an an an-m'H
m'H an-m'H wage boost of at lr-st 10
cents an hour, bigger and long longer
er longer unemployment benefit pay payments,
ments, payments, a 20 per cent boost in
pensions, Job-security and sfcx sfcx-erance
erance sfcx-erance pay in plant closedowns,
and manv other economic im improvements,
provements, improvements, industry spokesmen
have said the "'economy package'-'
asked wi'l .total 35 cents
an hour or better.
But much of the attention
will be centered on the union's
for a share
POLLYANNA Judi Meredith
insists dh calling herself
"lucky." At 15, an ice-skating
star, srle broke her back. "Lucky
I wasn't killed," she says. She 1
went skiing, broke her kneecap. 1
Doctors forbade' active sports. "1 1
was lucky. It gave me time to
study acting' There were other
bits of such "luck," but now
she's okay, playing the role of
Alice in "Dick Whittington and
His Cat" for TV's "Shirley Tem Temple's
ple's Temple's Storybook" series. '!
return tnTrWlorth (to
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13 More Weeks
To Ease Hardship
bower today put final touches
recession plan to add up to "13 more weeks of unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment benefits to relieve jobless hardship and create th
new buying power.
l he measure is expected ro go to Congress shortly.
Administration sources said the Treasury would put
up the nerissary money but the states would be expected
to pay it back eventually. This appeared to clear up an
earlier misunderstanding on the part of some governors
that the funds were to be a Federal gift.
The Chief Executive, rested and slightly suntanned
from a weekend golfing holiday at Augusta, Ga., also has
before him two anti-recession bills recently passed by the
He is expected to sign Into
law one of the measures $1, $1,-850,000,000
850,000,000 $1,-850,000,000 housing bill even
though it calls for a bigger mon money
ey money outlay than he had planned.
Sponsors claim it will create up
to half a million new )ods.
But he is lifcely to veto the
eeod bill, to free farm
prize supports for one year, -despite
a last-ditch plea from
Senate Democratic leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson.
Johnson said yesterday a
Presidential veto w'juld be "a
crushing blow" to agriculture
and would add to unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. He said it would further
reduce farm purchasing power
and hence, the demand for
However, Eisenhower has al already
ready already called the bill a "180 de de-pree
pree de-pree turn in the wrong direc direction"
tion" direction" and is exoected to stand
sou"relv legislation 'would force
up food nrlces "unjustifiably."
The. President also mav con
sider whnt, if any, actinn to take
or the long-range problem of
Vice-President Nixon said over
the weekend that he personally
favored a cut In taxes over an
cxoanslon of'oublir works.
Bv.t he reported thu, adminis
tration hadn't decided which
should have Priority if further
Of Syrio, Israel
DAMASCUS, March 24 (UP)-A
military spokesman reported here
that a one hour exchange of fire
took place on the Syrian- Israeli
He said that the United Arab
Republic had lodged an urgent
complaint with the United Nations
mixed armistice commission.
No further details were disclosed.
24 (UP) President Eisen-
on an administration anti-
inti-recersion steps become nec necessary.
essary. necessary. ,
Meanwhile In Chicago the
American Bankers Association
wm warned-today that rising
prices coupled with, a decline
H business may tak govern govern-merit
merit govern-merit intervention to halt the
OSrl B. Allen, president of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, also warned dependence on
the government to assure price
stability could deal a- "death
blow" to ortvate enterprise and
"We can hope that manaire manaire-nient
nient manaire-nient and labor will recognise
that lasting rewards cannot
come from, constantly increas increasing
ing increasing prices," Allen told the NBA NBA-sponsored
sponsored NBA-sponsored national Installment
They must realize, he said,
"that their mutual interests
and the well-beine of the
country both require price
Allen said he hoped the gov government
ernment government would refrain from in intervening
tervening intervening in the current reces recession,
sion, recession, "pendin? a reasonable op opportunity
portunity opportunity for all of us to adjust
to more normal conditions" after
an extended boom period.
No Auto License
Pal $20 In Fines
For permitting his buddy, who
had no driver's license, to drive
his car Saturday afternoon on Pa
lo Seco Road a soldier, Frank B.
Sanchez, was fined $15 today in
Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Judge John E. Deming found
Sanchez guilty" of permitting an
unauthorized person to arive nit
In addition. Roy C. Sandgren,
his 30-year-old soldier buddy, was
fined $5 for driving without a li license.
cense. license. The arrestine officer todayleav
tified that this was a routine case
until Sandgren refused to sign the
police copy of the citation. San Sanchez
chez Sanchez told the officer that as long
as Sandgren was going to the sta
tion, he would accompany him.
Both defendants naa Deen ariiuc
me. the ooliceman reporiea io
day, but Sanchez was "a little ov
Iu l J.K U. !J tkal
Sandgren had apparently had a
few drinks also but was still soberi
When asked whether he wishi
ed to testify on his own behaif
"I have nothing to say."
Tomperer Of Cars
Near Tivoli Gets
30 Days, $50 Fine
For tamnerins with two
ed cars near the Tivoli G 14 1
Panamanian today faced t
The defendant. Jose Gonzaiet
was sentenced to spend 30 daya it
jail on one of the counts, WBJCl
involved a r uru seun.
The second car tampered wfnj
a 1950 Bujck, belonged xo jsj
Mattinely of Balboa. Gonzalei 1
fined $50 on this count.
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THE MAIL BOX
AIRCONDITIONING AND USURERS
I betook myself and my pup to the breezy area of the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building for a spell over the weekend, just to cool
off and meditate. I perched on a parapet beside my panting
pet and let the cool air fan my steaming brow.
Though I wasnt picked up for loitering, I probably would
have been if the dwellers therein could have read my mind. I
got to thinking how much the $90,000 earmarked to air condi condition
tion condition that already naturally air cooled edifice could do for our
sweltering students. It made me mad and I started to get hot
Forcing my thoughts to other matter, I brooded about Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's latest demand on the Canal administration to shut down
the Credit Union. This line of mediation didn't help lower
my blood pressure either.
This outfit isn't in business primarily as a profit-making
concern. It offers a service to Zonians during time of trouble,
when a sudden emergency makes an immediate loan at less
than usurer" rates the difference between suoeess and failure.
If in the process, the Credit union also makes a modest
sin so do the commissaries and other Zone enterprises.
And if Uncle Sam is sap enough to bow to this 20 years too
late ultimatum, I for one shall be thoroughly mortified.
SHARRS AND USURERS
I am sure Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd did not at first
realize the full Implications of his demand that the Canal Zone
Credit Union cease operations. The effect of complying with this
demand would be to throw all Credit Union members on to the
thorny mercies of a bunch of usurers and sharks in the financ financing
ing financing business in Panama.
With one eye on the present slump in the States, Boyd can
scarcely think he 1 going to do much for Panamanian business,
and the circulation of money, by in effect upping interest rates
in loans from about on per cent to in some cases 30
""haTbeemlwested to me that the automobile distribu distributors
tors distributors along Automobile Row are among those who pressured
Boyd into making his protest. I know they have been losing
business through Credit Union financing of automobiles Zon Zon-ians
ians Zon-ians buy in the States and bring down here themselves, mainly
when returning from vacations.
' my have Zonians taken to giring the business to State Stateside
side Stateside distributors? Because the Automobile Row trew is Just
When a'man can buy a car Stateside, pay for transporting
it to the Canal Zone, and still finish up saving money on the
price of a duty-free car in Automobile Row, it shows Just how
greedy the local distributor are.
" t-i.' .11 t. him nn Panamanians, either. There
... f AiMtriranx in Automobile Row. But they have
TI..v.v h iAiai vinu areed. srreed. greed.
down if the competition gets hot. No, go b
fita aovernment. Anything to avoid giving
f?ocal merchants at large would wise up to that funda fundamental
mental fundamental principle of free enterprise, Le., giving the customer a
break they would do more for themselves and their country
than any .mount of crying Treaty blues. PfrCefrter
ig instead to
CONFORM OR ELSE...
Well, Jim Hatcher really laid it 0 nttw line,
nect a rebuttal an honest one at least. Hi case typifies stand standard
ard standard procedure here for years-conform or get out. Conform to
what, you may ask. IH tell you gentle souls. Conform to toe
arbitrary dictates of our military overlords, with no regard for
the rights of individuals or groups.
Sure, Flasn JsuiD wane nas uecu wc-wii .,....-..
specially in minor, insignificant matters, but don't ever believe
thM gloves don't encase iron fists. It's rattier pitiful and a
onunentaiy on their average Intelligence, to observe the
number of docal local citizens who' have been taken in by an
artificial smile and a pat on the back.
StS thto boy to shrewd. He mates a number of petty
eoncesstonsto toe peasants. He presents himself asa target for
nttiTverbal.abuse. Lo! We have a martyr. It would b un un-American
American un-American to bother this poor fellow with a request fo r .some .something
thing .something important and worthwhile. And it's too bad. because
Ke S!r realise how Plash Bulb e J a
same question with the same answers of former governors a
big, fat no.
And let's not hear that old wheeze about his hands being
tied. He's mighty free with his hands when he wants to remove
an annoying object, (translation an enlightened' peasant).
The fact that he flashes his choppers and strokes your shoul shoulder
der shoulder doesn't lessen the effect a bit
When P. T. Barnum made his famous remark, he hadn't
beard of the Canal Zone. There are two born every minute
The Study of
ly ROBERT C. RUARK
I was in Paris a vfew weeks a
go wnen the sad sack was just
Kborning in the spring showings of
ut couture. And I reckoned
wee mat ior the first time ma ma-dame
dame ma-dame was in far nm rul
ble With her menfolk.
Mv talent smut ha itli iafitn-
ed from the wilds of New York.
Ana she says- that for the first
time m her memory the menfolk
re reaiiy stomping a loot and
speaaing in loud clear terms a a-bout
bout a-bout the ugliest fashion-mess that
a bunch of Paris delicate hov
ever landed on a bunch of sheep sheeplike
like sheeplike dolls.
Thoro it no doubt that tha sack,
chemise or old bag call it what
you want to is tho most re repulsive
pulsive repulsive pioca of drygoods that
those silly chicks have ever al allowed
lowed allowed themselves to bo conrtod
into. These shapeless shrouds
might bo useful to conceal ad advanced
vanced advanced pregnancy or centra
band. But they completely hide
the salient points which make
woman appear differently from
And the men are furious. They
don t admire old bags. A cam
paign has started. And not a ve
ry subtle one. Several comptrol
lers of the family exchequers
have flatly refused to allow so
much as a buck to be spent on
these jumped-up jelabas. Papa is
really quarreling with Mama
And I aav food for Pana.
One gent I know, whose wife is
a top fashion executive, has a
well-planned campaign to insult
every member of his wife's clien
tele that he spots in a shroud. If
he should happen to see them 1st
er in shorts or slacks he affects
great amaisment and. says,
"think the Lord, you haven't
changed. I thought that you were
either, pregnant or had gotten ter terribly
ribly terribly fat." This is not making a
hit with his old lady, who sells
these new fashion fads to the men mentally
tally mentally impoverished American fe female.
male. female. Another gentleman I know, a
rather testy type, has suggested
legislation to make it illegal for
a woman to appear in a sack un unless
less unless her basic measurements, such
as 34-26-36, be painted boldly on
her back, so that people will know
what's inside the shroud. Another
gent suggests that they wear
buttons of political convention di dimension
mension dimension stating, "Believe it or
not, I'm a girl."
I have just glommed some of
those bright red, blue or black
Inns atoekinaa that have iutt bios
mnmaA fAi-th anH a mnr horrid
sight I never saw on a leg. And 1 loves-cat news... Keely Smith's
have come forth with another sl0- uetln8 How Are Yotf Fixed
tun. This would be. "I am not
reallv a ballet dancer locked out
of her boarding house." Or sim simply,
ply, simply, "Sorry, I've been skiing and
forgot to take off my long drawers."
By OIIW MAtSON
ft (NEA Same, lac.
Walter Winchell In New Ybfk
THI BROADWAY REPORT
The adoring notices for Peter
Iind Hayes and Mary Healy in
"Who Was That Lady I Saw You
Wth?" delighted one and All.
Peter Jolly and Mary Dolly are
more than talented. They are Nice
People... Junacy, (Inc.: Jackie
Gleason's show wss a rating vic victim
tim victim last year. Now the re-runs are
attracting lofty ratings. And Bob
Hope, who always has the tallest
retings., is only half-sponsored. 0-
ohhhhh!... The City Center's or orchestra
chestra orchestra includes 4 dolls... Steve
Allen's full name is a mouthful:
Stephan Valentine Patrick William
Allen... The gala tossed in honor
of critic Brooks Atkinson bv show
folks demonstrated that a critic
has friends. This is bigger then
man-bites-dog news. It is mouse
As an old time ground pounder I am wondering about
these characters who seem to want to run down our NCO Clubs.
Having been on the Isthmus for several years I too have visited
all or most of the NCO Clubs In operation. If they are so darn
bad as "Weac stomacn" (Man box, xnarcn i ana m Air Airman"
man" Airman" (Mail Box, March 18) say, why Is it they go to these clubs
Tt. a because thev mav use their credit?
4 Granted the Albrook Club is fine so far as a building goes.
to one will deny the Air Force goes all out in securing the best
lor its personnel, but we who have been in the Army for some
lone years iuuy realize mat ours is a line uutnt too.
Itow to those who find fault with Rlobbe NCO Club, permit
me to ask a few questions. If Kobbe club is as bad as you
would have it be, why do groups of Air Force personnel have
their banquets at Kobbe Club? Have you folk attended any of
the parties that Kobbe nas naa recently nave you oeen w
ether club that appreciates the business enough to fur
amali rorsaires for the ladies on Party nights? Bet the answer
en all nneat.inna Is no. j
Then it must be concluded that the only time you patronize
st club is when you are hunting something for little oy nothing.
Tw nme of tha delicious meals the Kobbe Club nut out. Qive
your wife a break and let her enjoy an evening out also. Try
In vet. seat, nn THne-n nieht unless you set there early. All
these little things go to making a good club and speak
I offer congratulations to the management -of the Kobbe
NCO Club as I am aware of the minority group there who would
like to be boss but are too narrow to pitch in and help for the
Mod of the club. Hooray for the Ground Pounders Club at
Just a Ground Pounder
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I speak for a vast segment of
the male population when I say
completely without kidding "I will
not allow my spouse to appear
publicly in these atrocities. Nor
will I have one in the house." If
she persists, the joint bank ac account
count account we have had suddenly be
comes disjointed. But not one cent
of tribute will l pay to inose iscy
little men in Paris who sit up
nights making women uglier than
usual just because they don't like
As long as we're en the sub subject,
ject, subject, this stsltanned, Frenchified
hair-do has ot to go as well.
You would expect to see that
raf s nest of a tousle on some
gin-soaked old bag in skid row.
And your would oxpict nor to
be wearing clothing similar to
that which new
ThU la one vou aren't going to
win, ladies. Mostly we put up witn
high necks one yar, low necks
the next, dipping skirts and lifted
hems. But at least you looked like
what used to be called the fair
sex. What you look rose now is
a sort of unsuccessful Miaaie
Eastern street woman who, has
forgotten to comb her han or
wash her face. And frankly, the
male revolution is of such dimen dimensions
sions dimensions right now that you'd better
mend your ways or else. We are,
...Monday's advance news on
Chance-Vought was confirmed
Thursday. It went up over 3 points
in 3 days.
In the upcoming "Stage Struck"
movie. Susan Strasberg recites
the entire balcony scene trom "Ro "Romeo
meo "Romeo and Juliet." Miss Strasberg's
Big ambitionis to protray Juliet...
Variety reports: Robert. Colwyn's
"I Was a call fcirl," which has
been touring England, has been
retitled. The new label is "Be;
tween the Sheets"... As if there
isn't enough throuble, Maris Schell
is offering meow-like opinions of
Jayne Mansfield' via interviews.,.
Sal Mineo is a member of the
musician's union... The quote of
the week is Sophia Loren's: "Sex
appeal is 50 percent what you've
got and 50 percent what people
think you've got. Smce most peo people
ple people think I've got far more than
I really have, I try not to disillu
sion them."... Franfceee's Capitol
release in June is titled: "Only
For The Lonely," a torch medley.
C T 1 1 .
ror Lave wiin Sinatra (aue on
the 24th via Tamarisk Music Co.)
is the column's latest pet. Talent Talented
ed Talented wordage plus a bouncy beat...
The Fontainebleau (where Frank
Mnatra is the King of Miami
Beach biz) turns away over 300
unhappy rich people Vat every
show. The star appears to be more
at home before this kind of an
audience. Sport and their ladies,
gamblers and gbnnifs and gla glamorous
morous glamorous guys and girls. "They 'are
my kind of people," ssys Frank.
Wait'll you see France Nuyen in
the "South Pacific" movie, Such
a lace, sne s cnmese-Franch-Ame-rican.
Miss United Nations.. .There
are no secrets, folks. The Reader's
Digest "sexual technique" piece
is the most candid birdsnbees les lesson...
son... lesson... Adlophe Menjou gives a fine
performance in the "Paths of Glo Glory"
ry" Glory" flicker. One of Movieville's
more enduring troupers. He's 87
...Sid Caesar could go on a quiz
show as an expert on the Civil
War. Devours tomes on the subject
...Archibald MacLersh's "J. B.,"
a full lenth poetic drama, is
halied by the Saturday Review's
critics as "a classic"... (Brigrtte
Rardot's next has the darndest
t'tle: "The Da y That Heaven Fo'l years, has a staff of 129, and has
Errol Garner's "Soliloquy" al
bum tinkles beautifully, the piano
never had a better friend... Loret
ta Young is a really tycoon. Owns
a batch of buildings in Los An-
geles... While preparing herself for
her role in the "Pavton Place"
flicker, Diane Varsl read the novel
a mere 40 times. Obviously, she
isn't queasy... Natalie Wood's hob
by: Studies acting techniques by
viewing old films... Dinah Shore's
contrib to philosophy: "Feminini
ty is an attitude It's a feeling
you gave out. It's not merely your
bust measurement"... Most ot
Ed Murrow's critical mail comes
from viewers who object to his
smoking on teevee. Things to fret
about, huh?... The Broadway
impact: Ann Bancroft appear
ed in ifi movies and was practical
ly unknown. She clicked in one
B'ways how. "Two for the See
saw and noW is a star.
Danny Thomas has quite a re record.
cord. record. He's been on teevee for 5
you know, rainer
Half a century after Galileo
discovered that a pendulum
swings st perfectly regular in in-tervals
tervals in-tervals of time, Christian
Huygens made the first pen
dulum dock based on this
principle. He presented this
clock to the Soatoa-Ooneial of
his native Holland in 1667.
His major contribution to
physics was in the field of
joptics. He developed the
.achromatic lens and formu-
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never fired anybody... Godfrey
earns over $1 million annually....
When you read about Hollywood
starlets securing 7-year contracts,
don't be envious. They generally
have 13-week options... Teevee gets
only 13 percent of national ad advertising
vertising advertising budgets. Dailies and
mags get 40 percent... "The Ent Entertainer"
ertainer" Entertainer" is not Sir Laurence Oliv Oliver's
er's Oliver's initial singing venture. He
yodeled in "The Beggar's Opera"
movie, some years ago... Miami
Beach is where the sun makes peo people
ple people healthier and the moon makes
them happier... The Mr. and Mrs.
United States column (about the
Constitution of Mar. 5th) Was in
cluded in the March 11th Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Record.
Nancy Walker's mischief-mak
ing in the "Wonderful Town" re reprise
prise reprise is only for people who enjoy
laughing... What's wrong with tee teevee
vee teevee was recently explained by an
ad exec: "Nobody is looking for
new ideas anymore. Everybody
is looking for capital gams Aiex
Guinness winces when he is des described
cribed described as "a star." He is -rflash!
a modest actor... Cecil B. De De-Mille
Mille De-Mille expects "The Ten Command Commandments'
ments' Commandments' to earn $200' million during
'ite next 6 years. It cost $14 mil million...
lion... million... Elia Kazan's favorite ac actress
tress actress is Julie Harris... Don't invite
Somerset Maugham and Franchi Franchise
se Franchise Saean to the same litree tea.
He has a low opinion, of her ho hovels...
vels... hovels... June Allyson aptly describes
scandal mags as "those monstrous
explorers of closets."
The Music Hall's' massive gol golden
den golden Curtain weighs 3 tons. It re
quires 13 months to move it.. Bran
do confession: "If I'm unhappy,
I eat creampuffs and candy."
(How rugged)... You may be as astounded
tounded astounded to learn that F. Sinatra
devotes most of his spare time
to reading books. Loves litachoor
Kim Novak adores going bare
footed. (Some skewp)... Cole Por Porter's
ter's Porter's pooch has a mighty elegant
tag: Pepin le Bref. (Terribly chi
chi)... Anna Magnani s aisc, aa
pricttatelio," proves she is a greet
actress. Almost convinces you that
she can sing... Teevee is a strange
medium: Talent doesn't guarantee
success and- tne success.ui are
n't always talented... Kaue Hep-
burns' self portrait: "I have an
angular face, an angular Dooy ana
an angular personality which jabs
Desoite the film industry's dip,
more actors are now working in
Hollywood than at any time a
ts history thanxs to tv... jean
Kerr's "Please Don't Eat the Dai Daisies"
sies" Daisies" best-seller even has laughs
in its index... Noel Coward does
his writing from 6 ayem tin noon
.PlavwriKht John usDorne now
has two hits on Broadway, "Look
in. in Aneer" and "Tne r,mer-
(inor Onlv 2 vears aco, he
dwelled on an old houseboat... A
bout 140 seats are earmaraeo tor
the working press on opening
niaVito Several months ago. Ju
dy Garland prophetically wrote in
McCall's: "Problems have been
th. atorv of mv life"... Bob Hope
ffnino to Russia. The Reds have
no faith or chanty, temporarily,
however, they'll have hope.
WASHINGTON It looks as if
the White House
opportunity in tilling the shoes of
ousted Richard Mack on the Fed Federal
eral Federal Communications Commission.
The man Ike annotated th
Cross, is a likable pedestrian bur
eaucrat, an honest engineer, but
without special ability and with
no real concent of the i mnnrt .n.
the FCC can play in the American
"a J VL IMC
However, he comes from Art.
ansas, home state, of Congressma,.
Oren Harris, now cnairman of the
legislative oversight Investigatiu
Committee, and toe White House
Wat SO anxious tn nlease the Mi.
who was about to cross-examine
Sherman Adams. Ike's hrnther.in.
law, and others close to the White
House, that Cross was rushed in
to tne jod.
That Cross is enmnletel
is indicated by his own descrip-
uun oi flimseu to tne press u
"not smart." At least he's frank
enough to admit it.
Meanwhile, with Congress talk talking
ing talking about making the FCC the
kind of agency it was intended to
be, here are soma fairlv si'mr,
moves that aould lift it out of the
slough of political favoritism:
1. Pick hltrh Calibre comm. ..-..on
ers, not routine bureaucrats.
i. Appoint commissioners for
more than seven- years, so thr
Won't have to ert iob hnntino lif
ter seven years among radio-j
executives, a commissioner now
tilinks twice before he antssnni?
the networks, tor iear he'll soon
be looking for a job from the net
3. Subject the broadcast indus industry
try industry to public utility regulation that
would limit profits to be ma a
frqoi a TV channel or radio sta station.
tion. station. This would encourage more
public service programs.
4. Make it a criminal offense
for anv outsider, incluriine Con
gressmen, to talk a commissio n
aoout tne award ot a license un
der adjudication. Congressmen.
who are constantly harassed hv
constituents to pressure FCCom-
missioners, would welcome mis.
Gridiron Club skits were so
rough on the Eisenhower Admir
stration last week that assistant
president Sherman Adams, who
had accepted an invitation to see
a repeat show on Sunday after
noon when ladies are invited,
changed his mind about coming.
He'd had enough the night before.
One skit featured him telephon
ing the FCC for TV channels for
favored Republicans to the tune
of the song:
"Sugar in the mornin', sugar in
"Sugar at supper time,
"FCC our baby :
'And TV ain't no crime."
Secretary of Commerce Sinclair
Weeks, reportedly Involved in the
award of Channel 5 in Boston to
the Herald-Traveler, looked glum.
Bob Choate, publisher of the Her
aid-Traveler, sat nearby. He look
EZRA BENSON'S FRIENDS
Ezra Taft Benson is a mrv ..
cere gentleman with Strang
cuuive oi menas.
Hardlv an hour after Pn.iAmnt
Eisenhower announced his unqua-
uueu support oi te son, tne em
battled Secretary of Agriculture
telenhoned Dr : flV rH A Puma.
ly. the Often-investieatert lnhkvi
for right-wing causes.
rou have been foremost in
upholding my wor," Benson said,
"so I wanted you to be the first
to hear of this endorsement by the
Rumely was jailed as a German
agent during World War I and
now operates the Constitution and
Free Enterprise Foundation, whic
uses Congressional franks to flood
the country with propaganda and
copies of Benson's book, "Farm "Farmers
ers "Farmers At The Crossroads."
Benson follower up his phone
call to Rumely with a lettsr ur -ing
more financial support for
"the fight to regain and preserve
for American agriculture.
"The fight seems to be intensi intensified,"
fied," intensified," wrote Benson. "There i$
so much at stake that every b
ness firm in this country finan financially
cially financially able to do so should be w' '-ing
ing '-ing to provide a few thousand dot
lars to help in this fight to retei'i
add preserve freedom for Amert-
Rumely resionde'i by ordering
" million copies of an r
Earl Hughes, caned Met' Set
he intended to use the' free mail mailing
ing mailing privileges of Congressman
Rajph Gwinn of New York to cir circulate
culate circulate the million copies at the
expense of the taxpayers. T h i s
would save his contributors $30. $30.-000,
000, $30.-000, figuring three cents fore ach
Rumely alto announced he
would distribute 150,000 copies of
a pamphlet written by Benson.
This rs how a lobby, financed
by big business, is trying to sell
the public the Benson farm pro program.
gram. program. Note: IBenson is preparing a
campaign to seek city support for
his farm program ont he argu argument
ment argument that lower farm prices mean
lower food prices. However, while
farm prices have gone down, food
prices have gone up. It's the mid mid-delmcn
delmcn mid-delmcn who have profited.
STUDY TO MAKE A STUDY
It is common practice in the
Pentagon to duck difficult deci decisions
sions decisions by referring them to com committee
mittee committee for further study.
Assistant Defense Secretary Paid
Foote has now gone one step furth further.
er. further. He has appointed a commit committee
tee committee to study whether or not to
make a study.
As the Defense Department's
research chief, he has assigned-
group to conduct "a study of the
feasibility of making a study of
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his neck and holding an old town crier's bell, Scoby shows)
' off some of the 150-odd dingers in his collection. He's in dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished company. Sir Winston Churchill is among the
world's foremost bell collectors, says Scoby.
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Army Lists Tentative Schedule Of Spring Courses Under Florida State U. Auspices
A tentative schedule of courses composition 101. They will be of
to be offered during Florida State
University's spring term II and
the registration dates for these
courses have been' announced by
FSU and Headquarters, U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean.
Registrations will be held April
2 and 3 at the Fort Clayton and
t Oil UrllUCSt. BUUCauuu t c ii i c i a.
Hours wi 1 be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Classes will start April 7 and 8
and will continue through May 28
F'orida State University resid resid-aence
aence resid-aence courses are open to, all mili-
Wtary personnel who have been
graduated from high school or who
have a high school equivalency
Military dependents and Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company employes who
are citizens oi the United States
and Who meet the above educa education
tion education requiremests may also enroll
in Florida State courses.
Meeting on the Pacific side at
Fort Clayton wi'l be advanced col college
lege college algebra 217 and general as astronomy
tronomy astronomy 105 on Monday and
Wednesday evenings and business
law 322 (second half), Spanish 202
(fourth semester) and intrducto-
ry sociology 106 on Tuesday and
fered. on Tuesday and Thursday
Classes will be he'd from 7 to
9 p.m. on their respective nights.
With the exception of calculus I,
ail courses carry three semester
hours of credit. Calculus carries
Advanced college algebra is a
recn'ired course fnr a 1 maiors in
mathematics at FSU and recom
menced or majors in p. wi; ;,
chemistry and engineering. Prere Prerequisites
quisites Prerequisites are college algebra 11,7
and plane trigonometry 118, their
equivalents or permission of the
instructor George R. Cash will in instruct.
struct. instruct. Burton K, Philips will lead class
meetings in business law for which
business law 321 is a prerequisite.
Fourth semester Spanish will be
taught by Seymour I. Barkowitz.
Two years of high school Spanish
or one sear of college Spanish
are prerequisites. Credit may be
earned independently if prerequi prerequisites
sites prerequisites are satisfied.
Educational psychology is re required
quired required for all who wish to enter
the teaching profession and is nor nor-mal'y
mal'y nor-mal'y a prerequisite or corequisite
to all other courses in education.
Psychology 205 or its equivalent
Offered at Fort Kobbe on Mopvs required before taking the
day and Wednesday evenings will vuirse. Henry W. Finn will in-
be history 429 and on Tuesdays
and Thursdays educational psycho psychology
logy psychology 207.
Industrial relations 335 and west western
ern western civilization 182 will be offer offered
ed offered at Albrook Air Force Base on
Monday and Wednesday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday evenings re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Classes meeting on the Atlantic
side at Fort Gulick will be calcul calculus
us calculus I (second half of the 16-week
course), another section- of west western
ern western civilization 182 and English
History 429 has been approved
by the Florida State Department
of Education for certification pur purposes
poses purposes and is recommended for
all who intend to major or minor
in history. Prerequisites are histo history
ry history 181 and 182, history 215 and 216,
or their equivalents. Classes will
be taught by Edward A. Kieloch.
Western civilization 182 does not
count as credit toward a major in
history, but history 181 and 182
are required for a baccalaureate
degree from Florida State Univer
sity and are normally required for
other FSU history courses. There
are no prerequisites.
Dr. Calvin J. Billman will in
struct western civilization classes
meeting at Albrook AFB and Ada Ada-mary
mary Ada-mary Anderson will teach Fort
Out Roar Sermons
Industrial relations 335 will
taught bv Alhprt A Ti
Credit from this course' mav
be used toward a major in econo
mics or social science, toward a
minor in several fields or free e-
lactive credit. PrprAnni sites nr. p.
COnomics 201 and 202 nr their a.
John E. HnllinPswnrth will In.
struct classes in introductory so
ciology, a course lor students Who
elect departmental courses in "gen "general
eral "general education. This rnnrsp fnr
which there are no prerequisites,
is recommended for those who in-
SYDNEY, Australia, March 24
(UP)-Fifteen U.S. F86F Super Super-Sabrejet
Sabrejet Super-Sabrejet fighters on a "good "goodwill"
will" "goodwill" visit to Australia broke
windows and disrupted church
services with their noise in Bris Brisbane
bane Brisbane yesterday.
The planes made low passes
over the city, shattering windows
in a number of homes through throughout
out throughout the Ipswich district.
The roaring of the planes
drowned out church sermons.
At St. John's Cathedral, where
Queensland Gov. Sir Henry Abel
Smith and his family were It It-tending
tending It-tending services, Archdeacon
Knight turned up the public ad address
dress address system to full volume and
still was forced to stop his ser sermon
mon sermon twice.
A Royal Australian Air Force
spokesman said the Supersabre
pilots were trying to use up fuel
to reduce weight before landing
at Amberley Air Base.
Ten thousand persons gathered
at the air base to greet the
planes, which are en route to
TOKYO, March 24 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist North Korea and East
Germany signed a barter aaree
ment Saturday, the Communist
New China News Agency said to-
aay. rne agency said North Ko
rea will supply East Germany
with non-ferrous metals, canned
fish and farm products in ex
change for machinery chemicals
and tele-communications equip
be, tend to take th advanced pmipooc
h sociology that will be offered
during the 1958 summer term.
. vaicuius i is a continuation of
the present course and is open on only
ly only to those now enrolled.
English comnositinn has tin nro.
requisites. Basic problems of eram
mar. nHnetna'tinn ot.
paragraph structure are studied as
they arise in the student's writing.
If a student has received but three
hours of credit on Part I of the
UJbD he Should tnlra fhic
or, if a deficiency in reading nnri
writing the FWHch i, ...
... -- language CA"
ists, regardless of the amount of
credit earned on the GED, the
iuueni may enroll for this course
teu oaur win oe the instructor.
Earl O. Dailev will he the in.
structor for classes in general as astronomy.
tronomy. astronomy. Which mav he UBpH as
elective credit in Area V (Natur
al Sciences) of the general educa
tion work, with Florida State Uni University.
versity. University. There are no prerequisites.
New enrollees must pay a one onetime
time onetime $5 registration fee in nririi.
tion to the regular course fee.
Enrollments will not be consider considered
ed considered complete until all fees are paid.
Payment of tuition assistance is
available to all military personnel
in an courses.
Permission to enroll after s n m
April 3 will be granted only bv
the Florida State director of the
Canal Zone program.
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MR. AND MRS. L. R. BARTAIN OF ANCON
' ENTERTAIN AT RUFFET DINNER SATURDAY
Mr and Mrs. L. R. SarUin entertained at a bnXfet din dinner
ner dinner at their home in Ancon Saturday evening. Their guests
numbered approximately 50.
Among those being honored were Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hugh
M. Arnold who will be leaving the Isthmus in June.
Gov. And Mrs. Pottor
Have Guests from States
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Luuing
'tiKi- unMr Ark lnnetime friends
,of Gov. and Mrs. William E. Pot Pot-iter,
iter, Pot-iter, are visiting the Potters along
'with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Van
Derbur of Denver who are staying
at El Panama Hilton. The Van
Perburs are the parents of Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Elaine Van Derbur, Miss A A-merica
merica A-merica of 1958.
The couples arrived last Wenes Wenes-day
day Wenes-day for a week's visit on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Entertain For
Mrs. Alfredo Melhado of Campo
Alegre entertained at a champag champag-'
' champag-' nada at her horn Saturday eve-
of nins in honor of Mr. ana Mr
Porter Eugene Marshall who were
married on March 1 in Daytona
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall arrived
yesterday and are temporarily at
the Tivoli Guest House.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
iBud Haberstick, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mo-
ran, Mrs. ADbie de Linares ana
Me. and Mrs. William Kirkiana.
Sell tickets for
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Call or see Mr. Meyes Slotkin
Tel. 2-3407. TENNO
That sells most tickets will
be awarded a portable radio
St Record Player combination
So Let's ro TEENO'S.
"SELL SELL TICKETS'
NOW IN STOCK
Choice in Colors
Mr. and Mrs. .Octavio Lacayo
anri their children arrived on
Wednesday from Nicaragua to vis
it Mrs. Lacayo's parents, ur. ana
Mrs. Jose Daniel crespo ot ueua
Parents of Baby Girl
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mul-
lins, Jr., of Balboai are the par'
ents df a baby girl, Kegina Marie,
born Mareh 8 at Gorgas Hospital.
The baby is their second child.
Visit El Valle
The Minister of Foreign Rela Relations
tions Relations and Mrs. Aqi ilino Boyd and
their children spent the weekend
in El -VaUi.
The Atlanticside Newcomer Club
want hv hns recently to see the
umrirctnn nf the Canal Zone neni
tentiary at Gamboa. Next was a
tour of Summit oaraens ana
short stop at the USO gift shop.
Members attending were Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Dorrs May, Alice Chaphe,
F.va Hadeer. Frances Bereer. Bet
ty Gorgstrom, Kay Chichester, Bet Betty
ty Betty Crichfleld, Dorothy F r a z i e r,
Hester Hartley, Virginia Jones,
Kit McClean, Nora Perry, Gwcn
Sharp, "hyllis Stevens, Janet Val-
dez, Dorothy Van Tine, baaie uu uu-ree,
ree, uu-ree, Mildred Ingram and Audrey
Guests attending were Mesdames
Vergie Gerspach, Helen Curran,
Bermce FricKer, iviajei neimni-
mer, May Snow, Janet MacBride,
Marie Viani, Gilda Vega, also Mr.
and Mi's. James Van line.
I'liih was held last Wednesday
u'hpn the Snanich memhers nf the
club decided to celebrate a Pana
manian luncheon with a Crazy Hat
Beautiful Dolleras. inonlunos and
hats attached to coconut palm
leaves gave the new community
building all toe atmosphere of i
Panama fiesta. A disDlav of all or
naments and jewelry to be worn
with a oollera aloniz with a dis
play of Indian and pottery found
in Huacas was the center of at
traction. Tamborito music cum
bias, and puntos added the final
touch and made the members ano
guests feel in the middle of a car
The buflet was o.rved on bateas
loaned by Mrs. Nancy Mokray. Ta-
Winners of the crazy hat c o n n-trimmings,
trimmings, n-trimmings, plus other favorite Pa
namanian dishes were prepared
by Mrs. Thelma Guibert, Mrs. Ce Cecilia
cilia Cecilia Metcalf. and Mrs. Eva Lee.
Coffee was served by Mrs. Thel Thelma
ma Thelma Valentine.
Winners of the crazv hat c$o n-
test were Mrs. Marjorie Redding
for the most beautiful; Mrs Lee,
the most original, and Mrs. Cori Cori-na
na Cori-na Walker, the funniest.
The Committee-4n charge of the
luncheon was composed of Mrs.
Thelma Guibert, chairman, Mrs.
Lee, Mrs. Melida A. Bembenek,
and Mrs. Cecilia A. Metcalf. Mrs.
Bembenek and Mrs. Metcalf were
in charge of decorations.
Members and euests attending
were Connie Roichart. nresident.
Bet', Dill, Cecilia Metcalf, Lily
Blumberg, SODia uacKman, Meiiaa
A. Bembenek, Miriam SimmS Bea Bea-tri7
tri7 Bea-tri7 Milk Liana Diaz Granados.
Lillian Stillman, Carolina Cobb,
Annaberta Leap, Mar) Redding,
Caroline Au. Buchon, Man Britt
Hoicroft. Pollv Hamilton, Jane
Brady, Margaret Johnston Lucy
Cvtnn Rettv Sheffield. Eva Ste-
nhnn Eva Lee. Marv Robertson,
Vi Walitarsky, Toni Raymond.
Also xsaomi Frangioni, l,iz ioen ioen-on,
on, ioen-on, Jo Therrell, Gloria Brown,
Thelma Valentine, Lorraine Zent,
Hatty Laird, Genevive Curb, Thel Thelma
ma Thelma Guibert, Paula Reeves, Le Le-moyne
moyne Le-moyne Winslow, Betty Vallman, C
cilia Ruiz, Elisa Bonilla, Elvira
Contreras, Corina Walker, Shirley
Maedonald. Chela Piaia, Rose Mar
tin. Cathv Dav. Edith Bard of
Temple, Pa., Dolores Cleveland,
Mildred Mailahan, Gertrude
Smith Versa Mailahan from Mi
nnia i.ifjia de Lomz: Fula Thorn
as, Lydia Thomas irom ra., anu
Mrs. Joe RuzicKa.
lack notice for inclusion la this
column should bo submitted ui
typs-written term an) mailed eo
the boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," ot delivered
b hind to the office. Notices of
meetinos cannot bo accepted b
The Altar Guild of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke will hold its
monthly meeting this evening at
7:30 in the Guild Room.
Atlanticside Newcomers Club
The Atlanticside Newcomers
Club will hold their next meeting
Thnrcriav at the service club at
Fort Gulick. Miss Audrea Roweil
and Mrs., Charles Williams are co
The Management Forum will
meet at the usual time 7:30 n.m.
tomorrow at the Panama Canal
Company training center. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements have been made to show
one, or possibly two, technicolor
Case of the Cosmic Ray" and
"The Untamed Goddess"' (about
the weather). These animated
films are part of a series on scien scientific
tific scientific subjects presented by Bell
Telephone Company on their tele
vision program m tne u n i t e a
h be mas e
m mm 'AHnBrnaTBaTiW'- jmspv i
M MM Jr M I WHIM Ml
I jt A mm lWliiiii
the United States overseas mission to Panama, to a sesison or me x-aay seminar oeing conaucrea by
department io the Ministry ct hea't vv? ituv r t in tne auditorium of the buildmg of the
in ioaia kttAMHA rtii vi finipa i ennivi nrnnirprc in rrir n
St. Mary's Bazaar
Workers Meet Tonighr
Thoro urii: he a meetina tonicht
of the bazaar workers at 7:30 in
St. Mary's Hall, Balboa. It is re requested
quested requested that all workers be pre
development advisor, witb.
tne meaicai social won
liiiinsiry, tin; seminar
v n. ih ifi m nrip u r v m nam nnnrinnu cpuc i rr c inn linan rna
history and philosophy of medical social dew'iCy, u Hvu.. k.pno. and case Work technioues In the hospital setting. Gordon's
lecture OUtlineq tne puouc relations leciuimucs tusi ntuai, uc ujm uy mcuiuai suuai wumtij m eApiainuig mcir acuviLies to
the -general public. Seated in tire first row left to right ar? Miss Elsa G. Valdes, director of the Department of Social Welfare;
Miss -Rosa Castillo, director of the Social Work Department in the Social Security Agency and Mrs. Maritza L. de .Navarro,
chief social worker in the Ministry of Health.
tiniroti are nnw available for the
uini-io w .
joint welfare board moneyraising
raffle, with the winner of firs'
prize scheduled to reeeive i giant
silver punchbowl for tke lucky
In keeping with the straw-tnaicn
ed surroundings of thtf.bohio, door
inoluHinff a handbae. coast-
er, and a place-mat set, all made
of straw were awaraea Mrs. vic
tor Swan, Mrs. J. T. uorsey ana
Mrs. H. L. Swan.
Mrs. M. W. McLaren, club pres president
ident president presented wood-rose corsage
to Mrs. John G. Campbell ana
Mrs. H. Wilder denotmg their de departure
parture departure from the post.
Guests for tne occasion were
Mrs .T. T. Dorsev. Mrs. fc. u.
Burchard, Mrs. James H a g e n
and Mrs. L. H Yefyer.
US To Resume Efforts For ftelease
Of 6 Americans In Red China Jails
Gulick Officers' Wivoi
Enjoy Tour and Brunch
The Fort Gulick Officers' Wives
Club held their monthly meeting
following a tour of the USARCA-
TJTk schnn on ThursdriV. Unon
completion of the tour of various
sections, the ladies enioyea a
brunch at the club. Hostesses
were Mrs. Atillio Lopez, Mrs. Al Al-rirles
rirles Al-rirles Reves. and Mrs. Lawrence
Shields who had decorated the ta tables
bles tables with colorful rabbits and Eas Easter
ter Easter eggs.
The resignation of Mrs. Ray:,
mond Wilson, club president, was
announced by Mrs. Ghres Perez,
Mrs. Keelean, Mrs. Shapparo1,
and Mrs. Roy Barber were intro introduced
duced introduced as guests of the club along
with Mrs. Oliver guest of Mrs.
Juan Raigoza, and Mrs. Fuchs,
guest of Mrs. Lonez. A welcome
was extended to Mrs. Augusto Ba Ba-haman,
haman, Ba-haman, a new member.
Going-away gifts were present presented
ed presented to Mrs. Joseph Rodriguez and
Mrs. Donald Wong who are leav leaving
ing leaving the Isthmus. Mrs. Louis Ma Ma-rullo
rullo Ma-rullo won the door prize.
The slate for the forthcoming c c-lertinns
lertinns c-lertinns was nresented bv the
nominating committee. Mrs. Ar
thur May, Mrs. Benjarin Valdez,
and Miss Andrea Koweu were e-
Teeteri to fill vacaeies for the
present term of office.
The next meeting will be a des
sert-coffee on April 17.
WACHTNir.ThN March 24 (UP)
The United Slates is expected
to resume ef torts soon to gei ncu
China to release six Americans
still -held in Communist Chinese
jails, it was learned today.
The drawn-out aiscussions nave,
been dormant since Dec. 12 when
U. S. Ambassador U. Alexis
Johnson and his Chinese counter counterpart
part counterpart held tHtjir last meeting m
.inhrisnn. the ambassador to
rechoslovakia. was commuting
more than 40 Americans. Geneva
was chosen because the t w o
countries do not have diplomatic
relations and thus have.no regu regular
lar regular point of contact.
About a month after the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations began Red China agreed
to tree a 1 the prisoners "expe "expeditiously."
ditiously." "expeditiously." It since has released
most oi them in a small irregu irregular
lar irregular trickle but still holds six.
Besides discussing return of
the remaining Americans, the
Geneva negotiators have been
tryio? to draft an agreement re-
IJZeCnOSlUVBMa, "oa ----. - .u. n
i u-rt ir. finnova in con- nouncins use of force in the For
u. niatinnQ He has mosa area. Red China has re
Kobbt Beach, Scene
nf Officers' Wives' Meet
a iininiielv attractive setting in
the main hohio at Fort Kobbe
beach provided the background for
the Marcn misiness ana suciui
meeting of the K o b b e Officers'
Wives' Club Thursday. Under the
expert guidance of Mrs. Benjamin
Taylor and her co-hostesses, Mrs.
Arthur Underwood and Mrs. John
Haevo the t.vnicallv rural Pana-
manian shelter was lent a com completely
pletely completely nautical theme with large
conch shells and hibiscus of a
matching salmon hue grac
ing the tables ana an eyt caicn-
i ..nurr,i(.or nf pracefullv
gnarled and bleached driftwood,
laden with lines ana corai, auu
draped with fishnet on the central
nr nht nf he hnnio. io comDieie
the informal seaside theme for
the eoffee, members woere swim
suits or shorts.
Hail and Farewell Coffee
For Albrook OWC
Members of the Albrook Offi
urc wives oninved the tradition
al "Wearing of the Green" at the
recent monthly hail and farewell
enffee when ereen-tinted dahlia
corsages were pinned on eacli
guest. Carrying out the St. Pa Patrick's
trick's Patrick's Day motif on the coffee
table, a large green shamrock fash fashioned
ioned fashioned from a palm branch back-
ed masses of wnue aanuas.
Four new members welcomed
were Mrs Llovd McGrady. Mrs.
Fred K. Durni. Mrs. Carl. Rough
garden, and Mrs. Eduardo Mon-
toya. Orchid corsages were worn
hv the new arrivals. Pink rose
corsages and embroidered evening
bags were given to Mrs. jvermu
n Rnhinenn and Mrs. Haskell E.
Lane, who will be departing from
UUVL siai Cr V ,i
since been transferred to Thai Thailand,
land, Thailand, leaving the Chinese Com Communists
munists Communists with no one to talk to
Inlormea sources sam wie
iused to accept U.S. proposals on
this pbint so .ar.
Once thj Question of American
prisoners and renunciation of
Department would decide soon orce are settled, the talks are to
ZKz.. Tv..n' successor turn to other practical matters
Mrs Hnhert W. Garrett, honora
ry president of the club, led a dis dis-nussinn
nussinn dis-nussinn nf nrosnects for the es
tablishment of a nursery at Fort
Kobbe as an aid to parents who
are either permanently or tempor temporarily
arily temporarily without domestic help. Oth Other
er Other husiness during the meeting
consisted of progress reports from
..,h.M,.r Tnhnsnn's successor
John M. Allison, would take oyer
the negotiations or wnetner me
job will be given io someone eiac.
thp Chinese Com-
munists will be notified promptly.
Al ison, until recently u.a., am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Indonesia, now is in
Washington being briefed on his
new job. He will be sworn mto
the post tomorrow anu piouaui
will leave for Prague in about a
Officials said there were suouy
arguments against Allison MS
the Hnal role Of ambRS-
sador to Czechoslovakia and ne
gotiating with the uunese com communists
munists communists in Geneva.
nno is the fact that Czechhs o-
vakia supplies Red weapons to
countries. inis manes
turn to "other practical matters
at issue between" the two coun countries.
tries. countries. Red China wants an end
to the U S. embargo on trade
with therChinese mainland and a
mnp np ne wppn spitp ,arv 11
State John Fostes Du les and
the rted Chinese foreign minister.
. . rrBHue an iniuui taut
Presidinc at the coffee table dur- rnfl 6nm officials
, VL UBueiiius V"oi.
ing ine murmui, re x KeHeve being amDassaaor is a
Hodge, Mrs. William u. &amn Jr.,ul,.time jQb
Mrs. Dean E. Mansfield, and Mrj.l Tn(J united States opened the
Robert B. Ferguson. Arrangements Geneva talks with Red China
for the coffee were made by Mrs.!more than 2Ms years ago when
the Communists were holding
James E. Potts, coffee chairman,
assisted by Mrs. Thurman D. Au Au-mer,
mer, Au-mer, and Mrs. Clarence W. Stephenson.
Col. and Mrs. Hastings
Entertain For The Hecks
Col. and Mrs. Howard Hastings
entertained at a buffet supper at
their Fort Clayton quarters Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening in honor of Lt. Col.
inH Mrs r.cnrut Heck The Hecks
the various committee chairmen, are leaving the Isthmus on April
J At.. i li.k A rn. frt,,,. r rlnt.r in iVia CtafAc
Curundu Women's Club
Gsti To Fiusta
the year for the Curundu Women's Harvey Haynes announced that
It was announced that several club
members had offered to assist in
the conduct of the organization's
many charitable artivities. Among
them were Mrs. Ernest Knight,
hospitality; Mrs. H. L. Swann, Le Le-nrosorium;
nrosorium; Le-nrosorium; Mrs. Lawrence Tills,
service club baked goods and Mrs.
E. D. Tapscott, thntt snop. Mrs.
HONG KONG, March 24 (UP) (UP)-Roman
Roman (UP)-Roman Catholic priests are bein
brainwashed to a point of near
surrender in Communist I China,
informed sources said today. The
snnrces said thev received a let
ter from a Chinese priest in Red
cnina saying mat communist
"indoctrination courses are dead deadly
ly deadly and there is no escape.
Can vou euess whether it's Ma
ma or Papa speaking?
"I'm not being hard on the boy.
He simply has to learn to take
"You expect too much of him.
After a'l, he's only a child,"
"What do you mean sne nas to
have a new formal? Whats tne
matter with the one she nas
"A ter all, you can't exoect her
in wear the same dress to every
nonce Hesirles. all her friends are
getting new dresses for the Junior
"Quit wnrrvins about that bo.V.
He's old enough to take care of
"You can go to bed it ypu want
to. but I'm going to wairup for
"That hnv friend of Dorothy's
must think he lives here. Doesn t
he have a home of his own"
"Shssh..." Do you want him to
hear you? You'll embarrass Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy to death!"
'A 14-year-oia Doy having to sena
corsage to a girl for' a high
shcoo! dance! That's the silliest
thing I ever heard of."
"Girls exnect corsages. Of
course, he has to send her one."
"That's the laziest Kid I even
saw. All ne noes arouna nis nouse
is eat and sleep. When I was his
Vnu ciieased it riant every time.
How could you" have missed?
For Higher Wages
TOKYO, March 24 (UP) Jap Jap-ah
ah Jap-ah s pjLi.i.o iuj.i.y Uiimu wuiu.-
C1S Vvciiii Oil a i.i-..dUl' jsUIKe 10-,
uay as a ic.ii iviie in lauoi' 5
swng onensive lor increases
n was esumateu Uiai iu,uuu,uon
hull WitUUui. lUeu UoiOU
a'aaspvi'luwuil as i.v,o0u WOl'iiel'S
aitu uui aQu suojycJ service
on li major imes ai.a il meoium
x smau railways uuouguuiu
major cuies o4 ioko, ivyo ivyo-to,
to, ivyo-to, osaivu, ioue anu i'Un.uuiia
vue uie yiiiiciyai areas aiiecteu
uy Uie WaJkOUWi.
0u,ne ou.uuu worKers were laie
out were waa-fliiig nesouauoiia u.
i,w.eeu union auu iiia..uemeni re-
iiiey were reauy to return to
iheir joos lmmeuiaieiy on set
ucnvent ol tuu wuge uiSiiu'iies,
voinci'b oi, ine iOivyU uue in 'i'o
ko l'Cbuuiea io woik ai o a. in.
touav and' agreeing- on a compro
niise moiuhiv wane mciease of
i,4iu yen Uj.9uj. iiiey liaa on
gaiaiiy ucniaiiuci 2,d0i yen and
..laaariemeiil ofierea 1,000 yen.
Workers o. tne private railways
in Nagoya City also caLed efi
theis strike easiy today alter a 20;
minute walkout when they accept
ed a compromise monthly in
crease of 1,350 yen.
Union representatives of Tokyo,
Nagoya and a third line the
Keihln railways in the Tokyo-Yokohama
area had been conduct
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Indonesian Commandos Seize
2 Sumatra Points; US Newsmen
SINGAPORE, March 24 (UP) (UP)-Tndnnesian
Tndnnesian (UP)-Tndnnesian government comman
dos have captured two key areas
in north and central Sumatra,
taking two American correspond
ents into custody in one ot, tne
actions, the Central uovernment
A government communique is is-ciierf
ciierf is-ciierf in Jakarta said government
troops reoccupied Prapat, in the
Lake Toba area 45 miles soutn
of Medan, and took into custody
"two American correspondents
carrvinff identification cards is
sued by the rebel government.'
, The names of the correspond correspondents
ents correspondents were not. disclosed imme
diately and there was no word on
what had been done with tnem.
An earlier Jakarta government
troops yesterday occupied the im
port oil field area ot nengai nengai-i.irik
i.irik nengai-i.irik site of a critical pipeline
link in the American owned
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It's easier to vote for something
than to work for it?
U.S. Gets Blame
for Newsmen Ban
On China Visiting
TOKYO. March 24 (UP)-Com-
mumst China today accused the
Unite Staffs envernment nf nrev-
antino the mutual visits nf Red
Chinese and American correspond
A commentator in the People'-
nailv nffictal mouthniece of the
Peiping regime, was quoted by
the New China News Agency .as
saying that a recent statement by
a TT S State Denartment official
tried to create the impression that
the responsibility restea on me
The commentator claimed that
afler August. 1956. Communist
China had successively approved
the applications of a group n
American correspondents to vis visit
it visit that country.
"At that time, it was the U.S.
government which imposed a
strict ban against their visit "In
order the American people from
knowing the truth about New
China.' the commentator said.
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The maneuver gave government
forces two air fields within a:-
hour's flight time of the rebel
canital of BukTuineei and the
chief rebel seaport of Padang.
The Jakarta communiques gave
no details of the action in Pra Prapat
pat Prapat but the government radio at
Medan, capital of North Sumatra
said Indonesian Air Force planes
had attacked and scattered 80C
rebel troops in the Lake Toba
It said the planes caught the
rebels in a 22-truck caravan. The
broadcast said a "Russian" jeep
loaded with ammunition was de
stroyed and the rebel troops were
being pursued by government
- Medan radio launched some
psychological warfare against the
rebels. Women and children pur purporting
porting purporting to be the wives and sons
anit daughters nf rehel soldiers
called tearfully over the airwaves
for the rebels to eive ud.
Meaan raaio said Lt. loi. ua-
pore termed the Indonesian gov
ernment reports an lies Dut de declined
clined declined to eomDlv with a tennrt
er's request to answer each claim
The Central Government con considered
sidered considered the canliirp nf the Ren.
gat-Lirik area as second in im
portance only to tne recapture
last week of Pakanharu. head
quarters of the California Texas
Pacific Oil Co. s operations 100
miles to the northeast.
The Jakarta communique said
foreign nationals were evacuated
from the Rengat Lirik area
March 19-21. It said there no gov government
ernment government casualties but it did not
say what if any fighting oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Medan radio made no mention
of the Padang radio claim yester yesterday
day yesterday that two rebel planes had
bombed Bandung, 75 miles southeast-
But a United Press dispatch
from Jakarta quoted Husein Sas Sas-tranegara,
tranegara, Sas-tranegara, military staff com
mander at Bandung airport, as
den;vng such an utt-ek occtrrfd.
Traffic between Bandung and Ja Jakarta
karta Jakarta ,was moving normally o-
Draviia Cave bnait
Claims On foviet
LONDON, March 24 (UP)--Jap-
an was aftfiia o making unjust unjustified
ified unjustified territorial claims of the
Soviet Union by the Soviet Com Communist
munist Communist party newspaper Pravda
today Moscow nauio reponea.
The broadcast, quoting a Taas,
official Soviet New? Agency, dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, said the newspaper at attributed
tributed attributed the unjustified claim! to
a move to deliy conclusion of a
oeace treaty between the two
It is c o m m on Knowieage
Pravda said, that territorial
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Atjeh province of North Sumatra,
had given the government assur assurance
ance assurance that his reeion would not
be used as a rebel counter at attack
tack attack base. '
The rebels claimed last week
tries had already been resolved
by such international agreements
as those emboited at the Yalta
and the lime on the Japanese
"These are obvious JaDanese
thst fwn hattalinns nf Arhineseratt.emnts it added, "to revise
international agreements, ana k
goes, without saying that they aro
both legjlly and morally unjustif-
tribal warriors were moving on
Medan from Atjeh but nothing
has been heard of them since.
A rebel spokesman in Singa-
MONDAY, MARCH 14, ISSt
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN PmEPFNTlPNT DATT.Y NFWSPAPfR
Science-Minded Man Of Today
Puzzled By Bible's Miracles
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MAJ. GEN. HARLAN C. PARKS, chief of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, examines
merchandise with two employes of the Fort Clayton post exchange during a three-day .trip
to the Canal Zone. Shown, left to right, are Donald Forsyth, Parks, Ralph Navarro and
Ma. Alvin E. Weber, u.S. Army Caribbean Central Exchange Officer. Parks' schedule includ included
ed included briefings on exchange operations in the co mmand. calls at headquarters of the Caribbean
Command, U.S. Army Caribbean and the Caribbean Air Command, and a visit with Canal
Zone Gov. William .E. potter. He also toured Army and Air Force exchange activities at in
stallations nere. tu.s. Army rnotoj
The miracles recorded in the t separate this faith from the
bible may have served in .past miracle stories" o. the new teat-
generations to strengthen laith. i nent.
But many clergymen feel that "One common source of confu-
the situation is reversed today, s on is the habit of regarding
Modern man has been condition- niracles as identical with magic,
ed by a scientific age to look for id t.ius out of place in a modern
natural, cause-and-ef ect explani- nan's view of what is possible
tions of all phenomena. He tends i i our universe,
to look with skepticism on any "The truth of the matter is that
religion that takes miracles sen- miracles and magic have nothing
ously. Thus for mi'lions, in and in common. Magic, if there were
outside of the churches, the any such thing, would claim to be
"mignty wortcs of ood related a Kina of occult or mvstic science
in the Old and New Testament that students of the subject could
have become stumbling blocks to 1 arn to practice by their own
faith. usource. A miracle, on the other
This problem, which cuts across ;d' j? L"otKcontro1 ed- fty
all denominational lines, has re f?" d"5' bI "i
ccntly engaged the attention o a Ztt aLJ r
number of Protestant and Catho- f ,r i "' a"SIora
lie scholars. Of several books j,h' ,,"7"" ne.w scaments
tn.iPhinir nn the s.ihWt iwn o 11 story o miracle-the mi-
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hes To Belief" b7 Norman F 't; -from death to eter
Langford Westminister Pres;.
Aradi is a Catholic, L,ang ord a
Both writer draw a clear dis distinction
tinction distinction between believing in
principle that miracles -can hap happen
pen happen and believing that any par particular
ticular particular miracle did take place.
The rationalist argument that
miracles are "imposible" is based
on the belfef that the physical
laws of the universe are inherent inherently
ly inherently unchangeable. But Arandi
points out that this belief cannot
be "proved" scientifically.
It is just as much an act of
faith as the belief that the author
of the universe can intervene in
nature to produce ef ects which
seem to be outside of its normal
To deny the possibility 01 sucn
intervention, Arandi says, is to
deny God!s omnipotence or "by
implication, his very existence".
That, of course, is precisely the
position that atheists take. But
neither Arandi nor Langford are
speaking primari'y to the com comparatively
paratively comparatively small percentage of
people who are atheists. Their
books are addressed rather to the
large number of people who do
believe in God but who say they
"cannot believe in miracles".
This number, Langford notes,
includes many professing Christ Christians
ians Christians who accept Jesus Christ as
a unique revelation of God's re redemptive
demptive redemptive love but who would like
iy JOHN D. HOLLEN, center, cnats with i'niup l. steers, Jr., (left) president of the Federal Gov-.
.ernment, Accountants Association and Val D. Lynch, acting president of the Institute of In Internal
ternal Internal Auditors at a dinner meeting last week. Hollen, who is chief of the PanCanal Execu Executive
tive Executive Planning Staff, spoke on long range planning at a joint meeting of the two professional
PCs Planning Staff Chief Explains
Master Plan At Joint Dinner Meeting
In a discussion of long range
planning, John D. Hollen, chief of
the executive planning staff to the
Panama Canal Co. told 'ocal : ii ii-nancial
nancial ii-nancial management personnel of
the development of a master plan
for improving Panama Canal and
Canal zone government operations.
The master plan was authorized
by Canal Zone Gov. William E.
Potter and initiated during august
Hollen spoke at a joint dinner
meeting of the Institute of Intern Internal
al Internal Auditors and the Federal Gov Government
ernment Government Accountants association
held Thursday evening at tort
Clayton Officers' Club. The meet meeting
ing meeting was jointly presided by Val.
D. Lynch, acting presidnet of the
institute and Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
president of the FGAA. Steers in introduced
troduced introduced the speaker.
Hollen told his listeners that
long range planning is a modern
management technique that co coordinates
ordinates coordinates the utilization of money
manpower and facilities of an en enterprise
terprise enterprise in the achieve of ulili-
terprise in the achieve of prede
It is the third dimension of man
agement, born of critical, pains painstaking
taking painstaking and minute analysis design designed
ed designed to accomplish the cardinal rule
of business which is "to do the
best that can be done under a giv given
en given set of circumstances."
The Panama Canal philosophy of
planning iSjhased on the democra democratic
tic democratic method of bottom-up planning.
This concept provides for the for formulation
mulation formulation of plans 'for all compo component
nent component units at the operational level.
Then these plans proceed up
through a staff unit and planning
committee which provide guidance
and review and the final planning
is approved by top management
and the board of directors,, who
also direct policy.
The executive planning chief
pointed out that the primary pur purpose
pose purpose of a master plan was to de develop
velop develop a coutfse of action upon
which to base present and future
decisions. This should place the en
terprise in a better position to
meet its future responsibilities and
take advantage of its short and
long range opportunities.
Hollen explained that Panama
Canal planning is not autocratic
nor does it suggest the use of tech techniques
niques techniques that border on dictatorial
Planning within the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal organization is positive, he
said; however it is sufficiently
nexiDie to permit the substitution
of alternative plans to meet chang changes
es changes in conditions.
This type of planning eliminates
inherent guesswork, reduces the
number of crisis decisions and
provides the organization with a
tangible program considered essen essential
tial essential to meet objectives. (
The speaker, offered examples
to show just how master planning
worked. He showed how it acted
as a clearing house to see that
major changes in one unit were
traced down to determine collater collateral
al collateral effects in other units.
After his talk which was illus illustrated
trated illustrated with charts, Hollen answer answered
ed answered questions for quite some time.
The question and answer period
was the liveliest experienced in
recent meetings and indicatd the
interest of the auditors and finan financial
cial financial management personnel attend attending
ing attending the meeting.
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NEW YORK, March 24 (UP) -Storm
- weary Easterners kept
a wary, eye on slowlv-risina Wv.
era and streams Today, alert for
any "real" flood threat from the
thaw of a savage spring snow.
Although a sudden thaw o
deep snow -and heavy rain coult
trigger major flooding, weather weathermen
men weathermen felt the potential a flood
threat was lessened beeauiu. nn
combination of thaw and rain
was forecast for the immediate
Meanwhile, two bands of se
vere tnunderstorms ripped
truss ine soumern plains int.
the lower Mississipjfi Valley and
headed eastward across the Gulf
The storms dumped from about
one half to an inch of rain, and
were accompanied bv itrom
rains and hail. Ponca City, Okla.,
ano Laxe Charles, La., both re reported
ported reported downpours of better than
half an inch.
The major flood menace was
the great volume of water Iockc
in the three to 10 foot showy
cover of northern New Englan
According to weathermen, the
rate of flow at which this sno,
runs off as the season progresses
will determine the "real" ut
of flood danger.
No immediate flood threats
were repofted.in the Mid-Atlantic
States, which also were savagely
hit by the storm that knocked out
communications and power ovci
But power and telephone sys systems
tems systems generally were restored to
normalt hroughout the East yes yesterday
terday yesterday by crews working around
Cleanup operations tohtinued
from the storm which slammed
out of the Atlantic and whipped
its fury across the East Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday, snapping trees
and poles and causing other dam damage
age damage At least 58 lives were lost
in the storm.
But deep drifts, ranging in
depth up to 15 feet, hampered
the cleanup and snow removal.
REDS CO HOME-Soviet soldiers on their way home to Russia wave to East Germans from
a trtln at Fwstewalrle. tWrHariy.' Limited withdrawal of Red Army troops wfll take about
41,000 soldiers out of East Oeemany, leaving an estimated 400,000. Western newsmen and pho photographers
tographers photographers ware Invited to watch the first group leave.
SID MANDELL of New York
writes: "In the recent Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan team of four I was on lead a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst three no-trump.
"My opening lead was the king
of hearts and when my partner
dropped the deuce I knew that a
shift was called for.
"Everything looked unattractive
but I asked myself, 'What would
Generous George do?' and play played
ed played the deuce of diamonds.
"Dummy playedl ow and South's
nine gathered in the trick, He
thankejd me politely for having led
dummy's suit and played out the
rest of the diamonds, discarding
the jack of hearts and queen of
spades from his own hand. The
club finesse worked all right but
since he could not get to dummy
again he had to lead the second
club from his own hand and was
held to five odd.
"When my partners and most
others played the hand, West
shifted to the four of spade.
South won and played ace and one
diamond finessing the jack. Then
the club finesse was worked while
dummy still held another diam diamond
ond diamond entry. This allowed a second
club finesse and South wound up
with all the tricks for a small
An interesting hand, indeed.
As Sid points it frequently
pays to be generous.
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live heart to a close second
choice but Ire pde is Inade Inadequate.
quate. Inadequate. TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding ha been:
East South West North
You, South, hold:
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INCHON. Korea. March 24
(UP) Health officials today
Quarantined a. section of this Ko
rean port city, some 25 miles
uipat nf Spnul In hpiiri off a DOS
sible typhoid epidemic. The offi
cials said at least 33 persons
have contracted the disease and
three have died.
singing cowboy Rex Allen
thinks the time ha come for
the singing cowboy 1o assert
himself against the grim-faced,
rough garbed, pistol clinging
cowpokes so popular in TV
westerns right noW. "What'a
; wrong with a clean shirt, a
mmttir has rtl4 Wnltrn sing-
iingT" he asks. He' heading
Ifor a showdown and says
i "Have tonsil--wiU try."
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OBSERVE LIBRARY WEEK One of the stops en a tour arranged for Panama and Canaf
Zone librarians, in observance of Library Week, was the Fort Amador Library where guests
were greeted by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, U.S. Army Caribbean deputy commando gen general."
eral." general." Shown with Ogden, left to .-ighr,, are Dr. Cmcha Pefta, sub-director of the Bbliotec
Nacional; Shirley Welshlnger, USARCARIB staff librarian; Eleanor Burnham, curator of the
Panama Canal Library; Evelyn Branstetter, Caribbean Air Command librarian; Ana Maria
Jaen J., director, Biblioteca Nacional end Nuria erson, SICAP Library. (U.S. Armv Photo)
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TANKERS from D Company, 34th Armor, Fort Xobbe, maneuver through the bare hills of the
Rio Hato training area while on an extensive training problem. Here an "aggressor" tank
rumbles along seeking "friendly" forces. The tankers have been undergoing reaiistb train training
ing training at Rio Hato since mid-February and will return to Fort Kobbe early in April.
(U.S. Army Photo)
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A GROUP OF PAINTINGS depicting activities of the Caribbean Air Command are presently
on display in the TivoH htee Hooee. The painting done by ator teeeaiiaes U. B. illttehwitoi
were painted in' John Pike's "USAF MUsion Plane Over Ecuador" is one of the group
that Will be on display until April 4. (USAF O fficial Photo)
MONDAY. MARCS M, l5t
Only One Upset In First Round Chrysler-Plymouth Golf Tournament;
Wainio-Huldquist 5 & 3
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
At Balboa Wed.
TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AH IMPKFENPBHT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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The first rouod of the Chrysler-Plymouth golf
tournament was completed yesterday at the BrazosJ
Brook Country Club when most of the matches
turned out as generally predicted with one excep exception
tion exception which was provided by the Ferro-DeBoyrie
team who clobbered Wainio and Huldquist 5 and 3.
The Meehan Hover son team
justified their position as pre -tourney
favorities by defeating
the strong combination of Galindo
and Alberga 4 and 3.
Other results were:
Morland-Owen over Dick Brown
Meisinger-Daugherty over Rica-monf-Smith
3 and 2.
(Bell-Nelson over House-Gesink 4
Comptort-Middlemas over Mur-phy-Nordstrom
4 and 3.
Prier-Wallace over Tortorici -DeRapi
4 and 3.
Simon-Maduro over Finnegan -Brown
I and 2.
TV WhHnev-Hevd vs Wilder
McLean match was not played so
a double forfeit was declared Dy
the tourament committee in toe
abscence of any explanation a to
why the contestants could not get
The second round has to be cojs
pleted by next Sunday evening,
March 30, with the pairing as
Morland-OWen vs bye.
PftUer-Humphries vs Meisinger Meisinger-Daugherty.
Daugherty. Meisinger-Daugherty. Noonan-Tony Raymond vs Bell-Nelson.
Terro-DeBoyrie vs Frenlh-Burns.
vs P. Francey
Simon-Maduro vs Hamlin-John-
if ODAY ENCANTO 35-.20
Audie Murphy in I
I "Guns of Fort Petticoat"
in MegaScope and Color! I
Ben Gazzara in
"THE STRANGE ONE"
Score Easy Wins
In Service Loop
The Albrook AF Flyers explod
ed for 18 hits off two Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador pitchers Wednesday afternoon
at McCardell Field to down the
Only two of 10 Flyer batsmen
who saw action hi the fame fail failed
ed failed to get a hit. Mario Sierra,
Frank Gandarilla, Frank Luco Luco-vich
vich Luco-vich and Roger Zimmerman had
three hits a piece.
Centerfield Herm Daniel paced
the Fort Amador batsmen with
three hits in three trips to the
"Big Red" Greenfield set the
Troopers down on seven scatter scattered
ed scattered hits. He was only in trouble
one time when the Troops put
together hits for two runs in the
sixth canto. Greenfield struck out
to increase his league-leading to total
tal total to 98. The win gives him an
Jack Kaps pitched the first five
innings for Amador and suffered
his seventh loss in 10 decisions.
Mike Rivera hurled the last four
The Fort Kobbe Regulars kept
pace with the Flyers Wednesday
evening by downing the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Cavaliers 5-0 behind the foi'r foi'r-hit
hit foi'r-hit shut-out pitching of Keith Wil Williamson.
liamson. Williamson. The Regulars loupled a hit a
Clayton error for three runs m the
third and added one nore in the
sixth and seventh innings to sew
Rightfielder Tom Turner and
third baseman Gene Tapscott col
lected two hits apieqe tp pace the
Williamson hurled beautiful ball
for the Regulars in allowing four
scattered hits. He also struck out
eight batters and gave up only
two bases on balls. The win gives
him a perfect 6-0 slate.
Cyrus Brady went the route for
the Cavaliers to suffer his sixth
setback in 11 decisions.
The fifth annual Canal Zone de decathlon
cathlon decathlon championship will be held
on Wednesday, marcn a, auu
Thursday. March 27. at the Bal
boa staoium. The decathton con
sists of ten events, uve oi which
win be held each night.
Wednesday nigh tne program
will consist of: iu yds. high hurd hurdles;
les; hurdles; high jump; 100 hds. dash;
snot put; iO) yus. oasn. un inurs inurs-day
day inurs-day night the program will con consist
sist consist of: 120 yds. low urdies; dis
cus; broad jump; pole vault; 660
yds. run. The meet will start at
6:30 p.m. on both nights.
John Clark of Albrook Field
who won the championship in 1956
and 1957 will be on hand to de de-lend
lend de-lend his championship and hu
record point score oi 4642 which
he set in 1947.
Dan Mescall of Albrook fifth in
1957, Le Roy Rogers of the Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club, sixth in 1957; Raul Bar Barbara
bara Barbara of BHS, 7th. in 1957; Charles
Detore of CHS, eighth m 1957;
John Chapiin of the Army and
Ken Fulleton of the Athletic Club
will again be on hand to compete.
In addition there will be a numb number
er number of newcomers to round out the
entry list and chalenge last
If you like track and field be on
hand at the Baiboa Stadium on
Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30
p.m. The public is invited to at
tend. There is no admission
FEATURE RACE WINNER Gabriel Ossa Vic una's speedy little Chilean colt Aguador shows
his heels to a field of the President Remon racetrack's first and second series yesterday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Leading jockey Braulio Baeza gave the colt a perfect ride to get him around the
oval in 1:39 for a mile. Joselito was second. King's Park, Melendez and Gavilan were far
back at the finish.
Abolengo Survives Foul Rap
To Win Rotary Club Handicap
'36" Derby Winner
Bold Venture Dies
LEXINGTON, Ky., March 24
(UP)-HBold Venture, winner of
the 1936 entucky Derby and
Preakness and sire of two Derby
winners, died rnday night at
King Ranch near here.
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ueain was am muieu 10 an un
determinated intestinal disorder
thought at first to have been co
he. Burial was in tne horse ce
metery on the ranch.
Unbeaten as a three-year-old,
Bold Venture was by imported
St. Germans out of Possible by
The 25-year-old stallion was the
only Derby winner to have sired
more than one Derby Victor.
One of his sons, Assault, won
the 1946 Derby and went on to
take the Peakness and the Bel--mont
Stakes for the triple crown.
He won $675,470 and was named
"horse of the year" in 1946.
Middleground, 1950 (Derby win winner,
ner, winner, also won the Belmont Stakes.
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DISPUTED FINISH Abolengo, the odds-on mutuels choice
to win the $1,000 featured Rotary Club Handicap, crosses the
finish line ahead of Silver Heels. Youthful Heliodoro Gustines,
who rode Silver Heels, lodged a foul claim against Chilean
Fernando Alvarez who Was aboard the winner. The stewards,
however, disallowed the claim and ruled Abolengo the official
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Pacific Cesmepelitan Mixed
. 24th Week
. . WIS IS THE TIRE WITH
BUILT-IN PEACE OF MIND
Colonial Insurance 2,
Abattoir Nacionai 1.
Ladv Luck smiled on the Colon
ial Insurance-men and as a result
thev maintained their 4-poini lean.
The Abattoir Nacionai "meat -cutters"
couldn't find the sharp
knife and lost the first two games;
one by 10 pins and the second by
6 pins; but pulled themselves to
gether to wrap up tne last game
and save a shut-out. Sub Al Todd
and Bettv Coleman wrote the
highest policies for Colonial Insu
rance, 573 and 4B, ana mr ADai-
toir Nacionai it was sub Les rani
and Myrtle Albntton, 545 and 453,
to be high scale-tippers.
Colpan Motto 1
Tahiti Jewerly 1.
Colpan Motors had that little
ertra when it counted and motor
ed away with the first two games
over Tahiti Jewerly. Then they
ran out of gas and Tahiti Jewerly
Dtrked uo for their one ooint win
Raul Alvarado scoring 201 and 599
to be high man. Al Minor was
the only Colpanner to scoreo ver
500, but Vi Rudy scored 481 to
A P A 2, Spalding Dot 1
With a37 pin handicap, Spald
ing Dot couldn't keep APA down
and APA kept up with Colonial
insurance and garnered a two
point vicotory. Sub Chuck Almeda
and Murrel Mitchusson wete the
aces" of APA while George
Legs" Riley was the high scor
er for the Dots.
Tivoli Motors 2
Tasco Battery 1
Ted Schimift, 613, and Lil Gunn.
510, combined talents to keep
alive Tivoli Motor's chances of
repeating as champions of the Pa
cific (Josmopo'itan Mied League
and lead Tivoli over Tasco Bat
tery. Marge Rodgers, Tasco Bat
tery, was the "light" of the night
as she rolled a 233 game to set
new high single gam for worn
en for the season and her 547 was
also high for the Tasco team
With only six points left to nlav
for, the four point lead of Colo
nial insurance looms bigger and
bigger. All of the teams have
been eliminated except Colpan
mows, nvou Motors and APA.
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The Stud Electrlco's odds on
mutuels favorite Abolengo had to
survive a foul claim lodged by
second place fnisher Silver Heels'
rider before his number was flash flashed
ed flashed with the "official" sign in the
featured 1,000 Rotary Club Handi
cap yesterday afternoon at the
President Remon racetrack.
Fernando Alvarez, up on Abo Abolengo,
lengo, Abolengo, said that his mount twice
shied and veered outwards to
twice disturb Silver Heels because
of his fractiousness. Abolengo's
cnances were impaired by .the
horse's shvine too because he -was
seen to slow down before dashing
Silver Heels, under good ratine
Dy starring jockey Heliodoro Gus
tines, came on when sent and clos closed
ed closed with a strong rush that landed
only a half length short of victo
ry. Clarucha was a poor third and
Ann Drake wound up fourth after
running all over the track under
a nde by Jorge Phillips.
Abolengo turned the mile in 1:42
and paid $2.20 win and $2.20 place
The Abolengo-Siiver Heels one-two
Gustines, who was Saturday's
leading rider with four victories,
once more iook toe play away
from leading jockey Braulio Bae
za by booting home four winners
iBaeza pushed home only two, the
same as Alvarez.
Guadalcanal, which won h I s
fourth straight victory, returned
the day's best win odds $8.40.
Aguador, one of Baeza's two
winners', whipped a strong field of
tirst and second series imported
stars by four lengths in 1:39 for
the mile. He rewarded his backers
with a $7.20 dayoff.
1- Collen's Wish $6.20, $2.20
2 Goliat $2.20
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lose your shirt
SHOWING THE WAT TO THE CHAMP Caimei Basllio.
world middleweight champion, gets directions from Policeman
Al BUecki after his arrival in Chicago. Basilio will place his
title on the line March 25 When he meets Sugar Ray Robinson
in Chicago Stadiuni4
American Legion Baseball
Game Tonight Under Lights
At Fort Clayton Stadium
1- Jump Quick $4.80, 2.40
2 Zumar $2.20
First Double: $15.20
1- Mimi $5,40, $3.80
2 Damadura $4.40
1 Blanquita $3.20, 2.20
2 ffapa $2.40
1 Pichoto $5.60, $3.40
2 Toxic 3.20
1- Galisto $4.20, $3.20
2- Mikel $3.20
1 Aguador $7.20, $4.20
2 Joselito $4.20
Second Double: $18.20
1 Embrujada 2.80,
2 Ornamental Star, Dead-Heat
3 Greco $2.20, Dead-Heat
1 Abolengo $2.20, $2.20
2 Silver Heels 2.20
and keep it on
El Panama Hilton
American Legion baseball
swing back into action tonigh
when the top running Yestinghouse
nine meet with the Orange Kist Kist-men
men Kist-men of Fort Clayton in a bail
game that will see the Post Seven
team of Fort Clayton trying their
best to gain ground on first place.
Today's game will be a depar departure
ture departure from the usual being played
under the lights at Fort Clayton
Stadium., Game time is 7:30 p.m.
This will be the first time that the
legionnaires have played under
All league games are scheduled
for the afternoon at Balboa or
Mount Hope Stadium. This change
was due to recently completed Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Relays which tied up the stad stadium
ium stadium at Balboa since last Wednes Wednesday.'
day.' Wednesday.' "Willie" Gonzalez fireball man manager
ager manager of the Westinghoose contin-
eent representing Post One of Bal
boa promises to put up an all out
fight to keep his lead on first
Dlace. Incidentally this will be
Gonzalez last game in the Canal
Zone as he has been transferred
to Albama effective April 34d.
Both Gonzalez and Charley Wil
kins, manager of Post Seven are
coine to field a very strongt earn
Pitching for Westinghouse will be
"Chico" Martin who has a 3-1
record. Wilkins is expecting to
start Moe Schock who has had a
fine record in the high school and
the recentely completed Twilight
A win by Westinghouse will
give them a 4-2 record as compar compared
ed compared ot their closest competitor El
Panama Hilton who has a 4-3
score. El Panama Hilton is idle
until Wednesday when they will
tackle the Post Seven Orange Kist
Orange Kist by winning Mon Mondays'
days' Mondays' game will have a 3-3 record
tied with a loss by Westinghouse
whose win loss standing will be
W L Pet. 3-3. A tfin by Orange Kist will put
the idle El Panama Hilton hotle-
men m first place. Snur Hols nf
Gaton will advance from fourth
second. Panama Insurant will
bring up the rear with the Kist
and Westinghouse team hut nno
half game ahead. Based on per
centage points there will he
three way tie for second dIsp
between Orange Kist Spur Cola
Rodolfo Francis, TM last
night scored an upset TKO vic victory
tory victory over Fenley Hooker, 132 132-Vi,
Vi, 132-Vi, in 2:20 of the fifth heat of
a scheduled ten-rounder at the
Referee Isaac Herrera stop stopped
ped stopped the bout sifter Francis had
pounded a defenseless Hooker
unmercifully for a full minu'i?.
In the six-round semifinal Ro Rodolfo
dolfo Rodolfo Marshall, 127, gained a un unanimous
animous unanimous decision over Basilio
Roy Best, 125-Vi, was a unani unanimous
mous unanimous winner over Serafih Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, 124-, in one four round
prelim; and in another Juan
Chacon, WS-Vi, earned a split
vnrdict over Panama Castillo,
lGuadalcanal $8.40, $4.60
2-Pibe Lindo $3.60
1-Canterina $3, $2.40
2 Nedrey $2.40
RED AID WELCOMED
BERLIN, March 24 (UP)The
Communist East German news
paper "Neues Deutschland to today
day today quoted Ceylonese Premiei
w R. D. BanaaranaiKe as
. . A J
( nn he we cornea soviet anu
Communist Chinese economic aid.
Bandarainake also was qucw?d ar
saying he favored trade and cul
tural ties with East Geramny.
Tale Of The Tape
CHICAGO, March 24 UP) The
"tale of the pi" on middleweight
champion Carmen Basilio and
challenger Ray "Sugar" Robin
30, age 36
152-Vi, weight (A) 160
5' 7-V4", height 5' 11
67", reach 72-W
36-", ohest (normal) 36-Vi"
39", chest (expanded) 38"
29", waist 2$-Vj"
IS", neck 15
15", rock 15"
20-", thigh 19-y"
13-", calf 13-'
13-Vs", biceps 11-"
15-", forearm 10-"
11", fist 11-Vi"
103, ankle 9"
6-", wrist 7-W
(A) Exact weight to be determin determined
ed determined at official weigh-in Tuesday.
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER
Ace Lew Burdette Hasn't Lost Pitching Skill Over Winter
Hurls Three Hitless Innings;
Humberto Robinson Duplicates
Feat to Help Shut Out Pirates
dy JOI SARGIS
NEW YORK, March 24 (UP) (UP)-Lew
Lew (UP)-Lew iBurdette, the Milwaukee
Braves' "best bet" in the 1957
world, series, hasn't lost over the
Winter a bit of the pitching skill
mai mesmerized the mw York
Yankees last fall.
The taU right handerlrom Ni-
tro, W.Va., who didn't permit the
Yankees 'a single run in the last
24 1-3 innings he worked against
them in the series, laced batters
for the first time this year Sunday
after a' long holdout siege
and made only u pitcnes in rack
ing up three hitless innings at me
expense of the Pittsburgh Pirates
aurdette finally signed his 19m
contract on March 13, two weeks
after the official opening of sprint
training, but apparently he didn't
need the neadstart, Taking t n e
mound on competition for the first
time since the series, Burdette,
who WLped the Yatucees three
times wane permitting them only
one run, ran through the Pirates
in just about equal fasnion. tie
faced only nine batters and allow allowed
ed allowed only one better to hit the ball
out ot the infield as the Braves
downed the Pirates, 4-0, at Braa Braa-enton,
enton, Braa-enton, Fla.
Dci Kaiser, who came to Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee from the Chicago Cubs
in the winter along with Bob
Rush, was battered a little hard harder,
er, harder, but he managed to keep the
shutout going. Humberto Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, back tfor another chance at
a starting berth, closed it out
with three hitless innings, strik striking
ing striking out Rvo, walking two batters
end hitting another.
The Braves, who won their eighth
Grapefruit League game against
six losses, scored ail their runs
off VeiNon Law, who worked the
first six innings. Wes Covington
and Casey Wise each had three
hits to pace the attack.
Meanwhile, the Yankees, led by
big guns Mickey Mantle and Bill
Skowron, rallied for five runs in
the eighth inning" to beat the Los
Angeles Dodgers, -, before a
crowd of 12,043 at Miami. Skow Skowron
ron Skowron belted his hird homer of the
spring, a grand slam, to highlight
the raUy, while Mantle accounted
for his fifth round-tnpper in the
The Chicaeo White Sox. who are! Detroit
going to need all the extra -base
hitting they can get out of a line
up dominated by singles hitters,
coasted to a 14-5 win over the Cm
cinnati Redlegs with big Ron Jack
son driving in six runs on parr
of homers. The win. the White
Sox' eighth, snapped a three-gam
losing streak. Tito Francona also
drove in six runs with four straight
The Sox. who had stranded 88
runners in their previous 13 exhi
bition games, didn't leave a man
on base until the eighth inning as
they teed off on Haddix, Johnny
Klippstein and rookie John Smith.
Shutout pitching by Frank La La-ry
ry La-ry and Hank Aguirre and Bob
Lemon's first test of the spring af
ter an arm operation brightened!
the hopes of the Detroit Tigers
and Cleveland Indians somewhat.
Lary worked seven of the
frames and Aguirre thu last two
as the Tigers downed the St.
Louis Cardinals, 4-0. Bill Taylor,
Gail Harris, Billy Martin and
Lou Skim, all newcomers te
Detroit flannels, produced the
Lemon, the mainstay of the
Cleveland staff who had bone chips
removed from his pitching arm
during the winter, hurled two in innings
nings innings while testing his salary wing
in a "B' game against the Chica Chica-en
en Chica-en Cubs, won by the Indian "B"
squad, 10-1. The Cuba varsity, how
ever, built up an 8-0 lean eariy
and went on to score a iu-n victory
in the second game of a twinbill
at Tucson. Ariz.
Elupwhere. rookie outfielder Don
Taussig's three-run double in th
eichth innine at Phoenix, Ariz.,
provided the San Francisco Giants
with an 85 win dver Bait, as Oriol
es b(wJs baby D. Nicholson swat
ted a home run; the Boston Red
Sox scored two runs in the seventh
inning to shade the Philadelphia
Phillies, 5-3, at Clearwater, Fla.,
and the Kansas City Athletics bu
ried the Washington Senators, 7-1,
at Orlando, Fla., as Bill Tuttle pok
ed a triple and three singles."
Pittsburgh 000.000 000-0 4 1
Milwaukee 012 010 OOx 4 1
Law, Daniels (7) and Kravitz;
Burdette, Kaiser (4), Robinson and
Sawatski, Rice (7).
At St. Petersburg
020 002 0004 8 6
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 10 1
Lary, Aguirre (8) and Thomp Thompson;
son; Thompson; Jones, Martin (6), Meritt (8)
and Landrith, Rice (7).
W-Lary. L-Jones. Home run
Cleveland 000 000 5218 12 1
Chicago (N) 203 201 002-10 15
Garcia, Daley (3), Bell (6), Stryk
er (8) and Porter; Phillips, May Mayer
er Mayer (7), Lown (8), Nichols (9) and
W-Nichols. L-Stryker. Home runs
Chicago, Moryn, Bolger.
Boston 000 300 200-5 12 t
Philadelphia 003 000 000-3 11 1
Fornieles, Smith 5) and White,
H. Sullivan (5); Meyer, Gray (6),
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Nakamura Did a Walter Hagen
For Japanese Golf When He
Beat Snead In International
ABERN ATH Y UNf SPORTS Winners of the fir st half of the Pacific Softball League 1Back
row, left to right) : Bob Dunn, Al Husted, Frlta Cheney, Wally Trout, Larry Chance Lou Hll Hll-ringer,
ringer, Hll-ringer, and league umpire-in-chief Marv Metheney. (Front row, left to right): Bob Taht Dick
JohnaoBtJohn Ma ene Larry Jones, AbbyFlynn, and. Bill De La Mater team captain and
manater, Not in plctuft are: Woody Woodruff, Pom Roberto, and C. R. Taht team trainer
BALBOA MIN'S LIA6UI
(Next ti the final week)
Teams Won Lost
F. Icaza y Cia 63' 20Vi
Zenith T. V, 49 35
Duran Cpffee 48 36
Pens! Cdlas 47 37
Tlvott Travel 48 39
er,t Cigarettes 45 39
unlop Rubber 44 40
arum vermouth ;
lue Star Milk 36 47
alboa Beer -WA 51 M.
llmkn Cars 30 54
anada Dry 24 60
Leading averages Paw m,
Coffey 172, Luttenberger 165, Hele
163, Walker 161.
F. leases Scett-Atwater 2
Tivoli Travels 2
With the championship; all wrap-
d up, the Scott-Atawater were
st Staying out the shedule,
whereas the Tivoli Travel Agents
were bent on traveling and climb
ins into .the second spot of the
league, for which spot five teams
are m contention.
Tivoli opened fast and furious,
aking the opening round. They
ontinued rubbing it into the
hamps by capturing the second
ame by six pins. The champions
ot accustomed to such a treat-
ent, demonstratd why they are
hamps by rolling a 926 game aou
eaking even lor the evening.
The two Albrook musicians took
are. Dick La Beau found the
nes to his liking tor 515 ana Ron
mato, honored at the Tivolis
Guest House Saturday night as
e Isthmian All Event Handicap
hamp, tamed 545. The nvout,
e traveling with two bunds
ch did not help, but Bill Good
had a 528 for the Travelers.
Kunt Cigarettes 1 Zenith TVs 1
The Kent Cigarettes playing with
a partial pack, did not find rough
in putting the Zenith TVs out of
skelter by a 3 to 1 count. This did
not help the Crawford Zeniths bid
for second place, which they are
holding by the precarious margin
of one point with four other teams
breathing down their antennas.
Even in the game won by Zenith
it was way below their standard,
but it happened that the. Kent Ci Cigarettes
garettes Cigarettes burnt themselves out,
When in the game their highest
score ws Bill Coffey's 149. De
spite this letdown Bill managed to
be the only one to break 500 right
down to the last digit. For' the Ze Zenith
nith Zenith Ray Walker was the leader
Blue Star Milk jj Cafe Duran 1
The Blue Stan Milkmen played
a uirly trick on 'the Duran Coffee
drtnkew, who arfc fighting to gi"
permanent possession of second
place by spilling! the five cups
Duran Coffee for, a 3 to 1 "count.
The night starter" harmlessly e-
Kansas City 021 201 0107 15 2
Washington 001-000 0001 4 1
Terry, Herbert (8) and Smith.'
Griggs, Kemmerer (5), Oliva (9)
W-Terry. L-Griggs. Home runs
Kansas City, Lopez. Washing
Baltimore 001 202 000-5 8 i
San Francisco 011 200 04x 8 11 1
Johnson, Ferrarese (6) and Tri-
andos; Barclay, Crone (6), Gris-
som (8) and Thomas.
W-Crone. L-Ferrarese Home
runs Baltimore, Johnson, Trian-
dos, Nicholson, Pilarcik.
At Miami i
New York 101 002 050- 12 1
Los Angeles 100 032 0006 12 1
Larsen, Shant (6) Kucks (8)
and Howard; Newcombe, Erskine
(5), Mauriello (8), Collum (8)
Giallombardo (9) and Walker, Pig
W-Shantz. L-Erskine. Heme runs
New York, Mantle, Skowron,
nough but then the Milkmen sour-
ed the Duran coffee for the next
Les Pahl of Duran departed for
Alabama with a 516 set, but out outside
side outside of him the other Duran Cof Coffees
fees Coffees were weak. Lou Hack of the
Blue Stars missed by 11 pins in
making 500 but was high for his
Pepsi Colas 4 Balboa Boer 0
Pepsi Colas now that the end of
the season is nearing is fizzing
all over, the lanes. Instead of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Beer being stronger the Pepsi
Colas proved they carried the
punch by sweeping all four points.
and now find themselves only two
points out of second place. Ski
Prusinowski one of the many Na Navy
vy Navy bowlers in the league put to
gether three nice games for a 549
series, and Balboa Cervzas lead leader
er leader was Curly Bates with 468.
Cauda Dry 4 Dunlop Rubber I
Canda Dry demonstrated that
being ceVar champs was all a mi mistake
stake mistake by cutting up the Dunlop
Rubber Band into shreads for all
four points. This was costly to Dun Dunlop
lop Dunlop because it eliminated them
from gaming the runnerup spot.
For the Canada Dry the line lineup
up lineup was well shakened, and the mix
ture did some good to Lou Glud
with his 513 and Don Rudy 506.
The top series for the Dunlop quin quintet
tet quintet went to Lou Lehman with a
mark under 450.
Martini Vermouths 2 Hillman 2
This was a whiz bang affair but'
m the end it was all even. The
Martinis Vermouth, mixed up the
pins with enough zip to van by
three pins and the Martinis were
really potent with a 16 pin win in
the next one.
Then the Hillman Cars located
the proper gears, released the
brakes and pulled away from the
befuddled Martinis for a 69 pin
win and with that the TP mark marker.
er. marker. Jack Voss made a partial re recovery
covery recovery from last week's disaster
by being the strongest Martini
wit'i 492. or the Hillman Cars,
Bernstein burned up the lanes
slightly for a 501.
Honor Roll (200 games or better)
Pahl 204, Prusinowski 202, A-
Cincinnati 020 000 0305 6 3
Chicago A) 005 001 62X-14
Haddix. KliDDStem (6). Smith
(8), and Dotterer; Wynn, Fischer
(6) and Battey.
W-Wynn. L-Haddix. Home runs
Cincinnati, Thurman, Chicago
(A) Jackson (2).
Macaws Lose te Palomas
Second Half Standings
Saturday at the Fastlich Teen
age Park the Palomas took the
Macaws 152 to 9. This is the second
eame in a row the Macaws have
lost since they were on top.
The Macaws started the game
off fast when they scored three
runs in the first inning and fouow
ait un with two more in the fourth
However, the Palomas were still
in there fighting. They scored two
run? m the first to maxe, ine score
-52 by the fourth inning.
Ten in the bottom of the fourth,
the Palomas had bases loaded
when young Warren Ashton came
to. bat and hit one out of the field
ti score all three of the men on
base. This then made the score
MIAMI BEACH, "In almost
no time at all I was dancing the
Add CRECIA Sorpresa delMUNdo
latest step ... felt as much at home
on a ballroom floor as on the
field," says Dodger star Duke
This engaging intelligence is
made known to the public in a
testimonial advertisement m a loc local
al local gazette. Dominating the text is
a picture of the Duke in his base baseball
ball baseball monkey suit taking a violent
swing with his bat.
Whether this is the Duke's idea
of ballroom formals, whether he
finds it necessary to carry a bat
to get dancing room (ballrooms
can be horribly lammed, y o u
know), Prof. Murrays' copywriter
does not say. Perhaps it's simply
an old Hollywood custom.
Being more interest in the Duke
as a sweaty athlete than as a
pirouetting Astaire, we were en-
NEED ONE MORI BAT
Bavasi's approach to the prob problem
lem problem created by the tragic most is
his bat. Another catcher is not' ne necessarily
cessarily necessarily the answer. Loss of Roy
Campanella is ingenious... "What
we'll miss, an extra bat will serv.
we same purpose." ... and the
man said he hopes of deaing for
Bavasi could have had the Reds Reds-Ed
Ed Reds-Ed Bailey, a home run hitter and
the best catcher in the National
League... "They wanted Don New New-combe,
combe, New-combe, the Rose Bowl and the oil
rights undet our new plant," the
gentleman frowned. "We don't
need Ft. Knox bad.'
Pitching?... "That's our strong strongest
est strongest department. Keep an eye on
Fred Khm. a new hio firah.innn
left-hander. And watch Newcombe
come back big. Got more stuff
man ever.".. .This would of course,
By OSCAR PRALEY
NEW YORK (UP)- Pete Naka
mura, the Oriental Gene Sarazen
who did a Walter Hagen for Japa
nese golf, doesn't give himself
much chance today of beating
aiammin bam my snead again.
Nakamura attained movie star
proportions in the land of the ris
ing sun last uctooer wnen ne won
the individual International Tro Trophy
phy Trophy against the best from 30 na nations.
tions. nations. He jnd Koichi Ono polished
it off by winning the two-man
Canada Cup and beating Snead
ana jimmy uemaret in the pro
"This time it will be different.
I think," Nakamura grimaced as
he and Ono arrived to olav in
the Masters and incidentally tan
gle with Snead and Demaret
again in exhibition play.
They will hook uo at Boca Ra
ton, Fla., on Snead's grounds this
ume, Marcn zb in a special exhi
POST tfnnnc line bition. And. following the Mas
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Th vn-t vwu- t:.. I iure weeKS or exhibition nlav
i wii nuuuc Lin e naspnn rj
team Thrusday night highlited MiMSirJi'Sf
lars to satisfy their yen Naka
mura and Ono are happy as kids
in a candy store.
steps. Implying, as it did, full re
covery from a recent knee opera
Presently we We to learn
E. J. (IBuzz Bavasi took a
what less rapturous view of
matter ... "On what we've seen
of him down here we ean't tell
Anvwav. if he can't play center,
he should be able to play left,
certainly in our home games."
Bavasi is responsible for assemb
ling the Dodgers on the field
knowing and articulate, he is i
better, sounder source of guidance
than the stone face, monosyllabic
manager, who aater four years
hasn't yet adjusted (o the big
Because the Dodgers urgently
need his bat, room must be made
for Snider, even if it should devel
op his. mobility has been impair impaired
ed impaired ... "With our short left field
(250 feet) in Los Angeles, Snider
would never have to go back on
a ball," Bavasi pointed out. "The
play would always be in front of
him. so with no quick turns or
starts to make, there'd be no pres
sure on his knee.
seasons' league game tournament
by shutting out Its Fort Clayton
counterpart 13-0 in a oerfect cam.
meir nrst ot the season play played
ed played at FortKobbe's Landron Field.
In addition to the oerfect camp
pitched by John Street, the Fra
K'Obe "Panthers" have maintain
ed top position in the league stand standing.
ing. standing. Latest team standings are as
follows, which are based on the
Kobbe game yesterday and one
between Westbank and Caribbean
Command with the former emerg emerging
ing emerging victoriously:
Fort Kobbe 7 2
Westbank 5 4
Fort Clayton 3 n
Caribbean Command 3 6
By the end of the first innine,
Kobbe had Clayton 9 0. Kobbe
pitcher John Street newcomer
to th 'earn this year was credit credited
ed credited wT pitching the "perfect
Pull a Hagen
"Winning the International
matches at Tokyo was a great
hm 'or us." exo'ained the stub-bv-
W-Var-oM Nakamum, who is
a Far East ringer for Sarazen.
Next Friday, March 28, will
cumax the season with All-Star
?ames. tame time is 7 p.m. at
Fort Clayton's Jarman Field.
Inclnr'od in the schedule of ev ev-its
its ev-its will b th nresent'tion of
The GnrM'K Tronhy and n ad address
dress address by Major General Thomas
L. Harrold. commanding general
USARCARIB, along with individual
trophy presentations by Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral George N. Wales, command commandant
ant commandant of the 15th Naval District.
Actually, he and Ono pulled a
Back in the years when Sir Wal Walter
ter Walter first went to Great Britain to
play in the British Open, profes professionals
sionals professionals were not admitted to the
club house or the locker rooms.
They dressed in their automobiles,
or any bandy shed, and left the
scene to the social elite as soon
as piay ended.
Hagen broke down these bar
riers. At first he changed his
clothes in a limousine parked
squarely in front of the clubhouse.
When he became a great social
favorite, his admission to the
sancrosanct quarters paved the
way for the acceptance of all the
rest of the professionals. Today,
as result of his par-busting path path-finding,
finding, path-finding, the golf pro is one of the
social lions anywhere.
"We are very popular in Japan
now, Nakamura asserted. Doors
are open to us which always were
closed be 'ore. And as result of
our victory, golf enthusiasm has
increased greatly among the poor
er people and it no longer is ex-
c 1 u s 1 v e 1 y a game tor me
Nakamura and Ono earned it,
They won the Canada Cup with
a two-man 72 hole total of 566,
nine shots better than the second
place Yanks. Little Pete took in individual
dividual individual honors with 274, a mat matter
ter matter of 14 strokes under par, while
Snead was tied at second with
281. In their head and head round
with Americans, Nakamura shot
68, Ono 70, Demaret 71 and
'If Snead had shot the game
he can, and been closer) I might
have felt I beat him," Nakamura
said. "But that 74 told me the
course beat him, not me."
The little man is a crack golf
er, however. In 1952 he fired a
30-2757 on a par 72 course and
you can t take that October tri triumph
umph triumph away from him. Right now.
though, he is obviously fearful
that a vengeful Snead is going to
knock some of the shine off his
From all indications the Dodgers
all tied up In the fifth the Pahvf are in for massive changes. Prob
mas scored five more runs,
went on to win the game.
SPAIN MAY GIT ICING
VIGO, Spain, Marcn 24 (UP)
The wife of Generalissimo Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Franco returned to Spain
today from a visit to Portu"
which increased talk of a return
of the Spanish monarchy. Mon Monarchist
archist Monarchist circles were jubilant over
three meetings which Don?
Carmen Franco had with thr
Spanish pretender, Don Juan, I
Lisbon and the Maderia Islands.
She was reported to have caUV
him "yotir majesty."
The box score:
REESE IS THROUGH
Gino Cimoli would go to center
... "and wouldn't hurt us at ah"
out there." ... Don Demeter,due
out of the service soon, is thefhest
future bet. Excellent fielder, hrm hrm-ed
ed hrm-ed with lethal wood. Flip Mont Mont-mavor
mavor Mont-mavor is the current outfield rave
with a .360 bat, a seeming Carl
An R H
2 2 2
4 0 0
,2 0 0
3 3 3
3 2 1
1 2 1
2 0 0
0 0 0
2 0 0
nm- 'Wll mm T Ami
ablv only Gil Hodgers will survive
among the infielders, and if the
left-handed Norm Larker sucks,
Hodges won't always be on first.
"We'd want Hodges' bat in eve every
ry every game, of course," said Bavasi.
'So if Larker can make it... and
we think he can ... we'll platoon
against certain pitchers, moving
Hodges to third and using the new
guy at first."
The Dodgers have finally given
up on Jim Gilliam at second.. ."He
can't make the 1 big double play
for you." ...This job goes to Char Charlie
lie Charlie Neal, who moves over for Bob
Lilhs at short, a light hitter but
superb glove man. Dick Gray, who
hit .297 and drove in 111 runs at
St. Paul last season, it the new
Where does all this leave the
great Pee Wee Reese? It leav
him under the sunkist avocado
tres with his scrapbook. At 39,
the Little Colonel, around' whom
the great Dodger teams of the
past Were built, is reduced to in
It also leaves him with more
time to assimilate the fine ooints
of masterminding. Reese can
scarcely miss being the next man
ager, and the time may be less
than a year away. The Dodgers
finished third in '57, 11 games out
actually, closer to fifth than
Don't let the return of Charley
Dressen confuse you. He needs
two more years to be eligible for
pension as a coach ( manageftM
years -rent included). And iBava-
'tement: "We weren't a
third place club," is a challenge
it between-the line readers.
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-iwnniii; Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2037, Sunday, March 23, 1958
The whole ticket has $2 pieces divided in two aeries "A" ft "B" of 26 pieces each
' Third Prize
$ 7,800 00
Ne, Prliw No. PtI
074 15S.-J0 1074 156.00
0174 156.00 1U4 1SS.O0
S274 ISS.N t$74 1SS.M
374 2.SO0.OO 1374 2,(00.01
0474 154.00 1474 156.00
0574 158.00 1574 156.M
874 1SSM 1S74 156.00
774 156.00 1774 156.00
074 156.00 1874 156.00
0074 158.00 1974 156.00
S PrUr-S 158.00
2, BOO. 00
9074 1 58.00
Approximations Derived From First Prize
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9nM WM 8370 520.00 4372 528 00 I, (375 5200 8377 520.00 8S79 S20.90 (381 520.00 6383 520 00
" 1 1 1 ', x ; 1 .. ). i i i-
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
t s s t t s- t i
O5 2M.W 1045 260.00 2045 20.0t 404S 2S0.O0 504S tUM 6045 260.00 7045 260.00 845 260.00 9045 280.00
3036 130.00 3038 130.00 3040 130.00 304? 1300 3044 1MM 3047 lMJM 3048 130 08 18SI nii lim iiTii
337 138.00 3039 130.00 3041 IS.- 3843 130.00 384 138 3Q4S ffiSS mi MM MSI 1M.M 3054 MM
Approximatipns Derived From Third Prize
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.00 IPS 15S.0 20(0 156.08 3S '"'' 400 moo Sot 19 ((( fjj.M 7(M XstM mm 'HM
7(1 14.(0 73 1(4.1:0 7995 104.8 78(7 10 i 788 104.00 88M 164.00 8004 104 00 80A8 ium mm iu na
7 Hi 1(4.00 I 7(94 14.00 7(98 104.00 79(8 1(4.80 8(01 104.0 8003 104 60 8005 104.00 8007 104.M 8009 104 00
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at The 1st, 2nd and 3rd In Panama. V
The Nirte Hundred whole tickets ending; in 4 and not included in the above list win Ftftj Two Dollars (52.M)
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 2d pieces each
Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama. Ced.: 47-12155
The Representative of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL SILVERA
witnesses: uemetrio Icaza Ced. 47-ZZ5 ALBERTO J. BARSAM.n
Notary Public, Panama
Manuel A. Satliabal CM. 47-12137
PABLO A PINEL M.
hlftTp. Che t'luiiDtji tlbxet wltli the last clphei nd with Uhi two tul
''Vl i. rtnhtf mh onlv to th First Prl.
Pho Ptr Prtro ohd tin 2nd nd 3rd Prize, or (Jrawn setMiratelv Th on.
proxliwtinn oro- coirmoted on th Flr.it. Secorid and Third Priien In can
a tirket should capv ti e numbers of each priit. th holder to entitled to
riaim navment (nr each
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
V SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1958
Drawing; Number 738
fh ; will I jm phii fat accurdance lth the Official
th fflre. lh l hmt, Rneflrenl Lottery situated
Uat of Panama in
nn Central Arenoe
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 231 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE MARCH 3, 1953
Divided ip two aeriw of M fractions each denominated "A and
I First prize. Ser les A anil n f
1 Second Prize, Series A and B. of
1 'Third Prize, Series A and B. o
18 Approximation!. Series A and B. of
Prizes. Series A and B. of
M Prize, Series A and B, of
(00 Prizes. Series 'A and n. of
$28,000.00 each series
7,800.00 each series
3,900.00 each series
2(0.00 each series
l.noo.oo each series
18.(0 each series
28.00 each series
18 Approximations, Series A and B. of S 85 00 each series
9 Prizes. Series A and B. ot 130.00 each series
18 Approximations, Series A and H, of $ (2.00 each series
( Prizes. Series A and B. of ,8.00 each series
Price of a whole ticket
Price of a fifty-second part .T."
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIXY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY. MARCn 2i 5
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THJ SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 1
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PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Small furnished
Chalet, one bedroom, with in inferior
ferior inferior service, living, dining
room, kitchen, good yard, for
information, street 50 No. 6.
FOR RENT Chalet Parque
Lcfevre Golf Heights, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's quarters, hot
water, large grounds. Call 3-4630.
FOR RENT Spaces in com commercial
mercial commercial building to be located
at corner of Justo Arosemena
and 43rd Street. Phono 3 3-4641.
FOR RENT Furnished room
independent for bachelor or re responsible
sponsible responsible lady, Perejil 1st St.
KID CRIME HITS JAPAN
TOKYO, March 23 (UP)- A
police "white paper" warned to today
day today that teen-age lawlessness in
Japan is increasing at ana lam laming
ing laming rate and said that 40 per cent
of all crimes last year were com committed
mitted committed by students. It blamed all all-night
night all-night tea parlors and employment
of students by adult gangsters
ATTENTION. 0. I.t Just
modem furnished apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, not. cold water
Phone 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 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 Apartments, fur furnished',
nished', furnished', one, two bedrooms $50. $50.-00,
00, $50.-00, $60.00. Via Porras. Tel. 3-
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.
FOR RENT Large cool two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
porches, maid's room. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, Calle 49 No. 13, Grecia.
FOR RENT Beautiful mod modern
ern modern furnished two bedroom a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. "$160.00 Ave. Pe Peril
ril Peril 37-20. 1
FR RENT Apartment, living,
dining room, kitchen, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, independent services.
Ave. la San Francisco, No. 43.
FOR RENT Apartment, two
bedrooms, living, dininoj room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco, Front church.
Botica del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
for a large part of the teen-age
Senate Whip Mike Mansfield
Would Call Russian 'Bluff
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
Senate Democratic Whip Mike
Mansfield said today the adminis adminis-tion
tion adminis-tion should call Russia's "bluif"
by agreeing to' part of the Soviet
Union's proposal outer space
The Montana Democrat, a
member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, said the
State Deoartment then should fol
low up by calling for a special
ession of the United Nations
General Assembly to work out
But he agreed with Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles that
this country could not agree to
Russia's companion demand for
withdrawal of U.S. forces from
Western Europe. He said this
proposal should be "turned down
The Senater leader made the
itatements in a filmed television
ihterview with Hep. Kenneth B.
Keating (R-N.Y.) for showing
over several New. York stations.
Mansfield said space control
originally was this country's idea
but that Russia seized the proba proba-Nsanda
Nsanda proba-Nsanda and political initiative by
taking it over and coupling it
With unacceptable conditions.
Now, he said, "We ought to ac accept
cept accept the first part of the proposal
(for space controls), congratulate
the Soviet Union for taking up
this .American idea and turn
down flatly as Mr. Dulles has the
second (troops) part of the pro
He noted that both President
Eisenhower and Senate Demo
era tic Leader Lyndon B. John
son (Tex.) called for an interna
tional agreement restricting
apace to peaceful purposes be
fore Russia ever came up with
its recent proposal.
Mansfield also said:
"All indications point to i
tax cut." He called for a biparti
san approach to developing a tax
reduction, bill and said he favored
giving the greatest relief to
thoste with the lowest incomes.'
The foreign aid program
"could be reduced considerably"
and grant features should be re
placed as much as possible by
long-term, low-interest loans.
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uiiusnni,, ir ruoidtriviunEJ uontn run i
BABDO No M "B" Street MORBISON lit, of Jar
mnmnvin ivA-io unni n venue nuusr mn.ll
VAN-UKK-Jis so street No si a farmacia an.
in Bens vista Theatre.
B A TURBO P.,
COl ON: Central Avenue 1MSS Tel. 431
I CAS A 7 A I.DO- Central Ave. lATVSUitB niw-i "STiSS inrtaL7il i rfnl iw
Ave A J fit LEWIS SF.BVlCfc Ave Tlvafl No: i FABMACI1 kSlADOS rjNlDCj-U9 Central Ave
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Automobiles Home Articles Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 195T Ford con convertible
vertible convertible hard-top, air-conditioned,
with all accessories. Phone
3-6966 Panama. Pablo Horrara.
FOR SALE 1948 Nash Coupe,
radio, $150.00. Call Ancon 2 2-2398
2398 2-2398 after 4:30.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sport sedan, $1600. 5289 5289-B
B 5289-B Diablo. Tel. 2-3435.
FOR SALE 1950 Nash 4 4-Door.
Door. 4-Door. Very good mechanical
condition and a p p o arance.
$385. Phono 2-2575 after 5: 5:-00,
00, 5:-00, 6-731. House 11 OA,
$$$$ 2000 save 2000 $$$$
1957 Mercury hardtop Mon-
' terrey automatic, power brakes,
power steering, air conditioned,
twetone, excellent mechanical
condition. $2595 yes, only
$2595. Trade in yours and fi finance
nance finance the rest, Autos Eiten-
. man next to Coca Cola plant.
' Tels. 2-4966, 2 2616.
FOR SALE Sedan Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile,
bile, Oldsmo-bile, 4 doors 1949. Perfect
condition, fresh painted. Call
Arturo Lindo 3-1683, office
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. York Colon
President Eisenhower "will
be lucky" if h sets a three-vear
extension of the reciprocal trade
program.compared with the five
years he 'requested.
Mansfield said the administraf administraf-tion
tion administraf-tion had been "too optimistic", in
predicting an upturn in the econ economy,
omy, economy, and had operated "on a
too little and too late basis."
However, he said the President
seemed to be "becaming more
aware of the difficulties which
confront the country."
He said these wag no under undercover,
cover, undercover, bi-partisan agreement on a
tax plan. But he added that he
hoped an agreement would be
worked out when taxes are cut.
NEW YORK (UP)-Rieht wine
Andy Bathgate, New York's top
scorer mis season, was voted me
most valuable member of the
Rangers Thursday for the second
straight time. Chuck Rayner and
Lynn Patrick were the only other
Rangers ever to earn the distinc distinction
tion distinction two seasons m a row.
the McLevy way. Body Maaastke,
Kxccrcising Machines, Turkish
bath. Tralned'operators tor ladles
tnd gentlemen. Gel results.
i. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
155 Central Ave.
SOUTH BEND, Ind, CUPKTom
Hawkins and Gene Duffy, two of
Notre Dame's top players during
the past season, have been elect elected
ed elected co-captains of the 1958-59 Irish
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Irfformation
Tel. Panama 2-0552
SAN JUAN, P.R. (UP)- Budge
Patty of Los Angeles and Paris,
Jack Frost of Monterey, Calif.,
and Earl Buckholtz of St. Louis
all scored victories i Thursday in
the Puerto Rican International
Tennis Tournament. Patty defeat defeated
ed defeated Donald Dell of Bethesda, Md
Frost eliminated Wfario Llamas of
Mexico and Buckholtz beat Iyo
Pimental of Venezuela.
Are eligible to finance that -NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
' present car through
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
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 N.'ion?.l Stadium A, Frangipani
V Tels. 2-4586 2-4680
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
FOR SALE RCA Whirlpool
washing machine, 1957 model,
leu than yoar old. Leaving Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. $75.00. Telephone 3124
Leaving mutt toll living room
set, gas stove, deep freest 7C
ft., electric dryer, miscellaneous
household effects. Tel. 3-3525.
FOR SALE Bentfix Dialama Dialama-tic
tic Dialama-tic washer $50.00. Portable
tewing machine $55.00, Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler 1950. Do Soto 1949. Quar Quarters
ters Quarters No. 647-A, Kobbe. Call 84 84-6147.
6147. 84-6147. i
FOR SALE Double bed,
springs, mattresses, and foam
rubber mattress. Balboa 2752.
FOR SALE 1 set porc.li furni furniture,
ture, furniture, 1 Television, 1 sofa, 1
glaxe desk with two chain, 2
kitchen chairs, 1 dresser, 1
Chevrolet '54 perfect condition.
Cable Heights 0301, Ancon,
FOR SALE Laundry automa automatic
tic automatic Model '58. Price $375.00.
Call to Mr. Rudi.!im.
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 should 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 call Curun Curundu
du Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE Pair Love Seats;
1949 Plymouth, DeLuxe;
Quarter1 427-B, Ft. Clayton,
Boats b Motors
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL C.Z
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 upstairs.
Expert Dress making. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-3256.
FOR SALE 22' Cabin Cruis Cruiser
er Cruiser "Gabi." Kermath 62 H.P. -with
2 x 1 reduction. Fully
equipped including galley, head
and outriggers. iCelastic covered
hu'l, cabin tops and decks.
Launched January 1957. Per Perfect.
fect. Perfect. 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. Evihrude
motor, 1955, trailer, all acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Gatun 5-300.
FOR SALE Two loading
barges, L.C.M. type. 'Hulls in
perfect condition. Each barge
equipped with two new 4-71
G.M. Diesel engines. For infor information
mation information phone Mr. Ramd'een or
Mr. Gotti at Panama 3-7411,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Reward for return of small black 1
cocker spaniel named Lovey.
Tel. 6232 Curundu.
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MAJ. DON R. GEORGE (left) commanding officer of the 937th
Engineers (IAGS) of Port Kobb presents a Certificate of
Achievement to 1st Lt. Thomas W. Coley. Coley, a pilot with
the 937th Engineers, receives the certificate for his many
hours of trouble-free flying over the jungles of both Central
and South America. The certificates was awarded by the De Department
partment Department of the Army. Coley is also assigned to the 937th
Engineers (IAGS), a unit stationed at Fort Kobbe.
(U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Charles Desiderio)
UN Head In Korea
Says Red Troops'
Shift Means Little
TAIPE, Formosa, March 24
'(UP) General George H. Decker
United Nations commander in Ko Korea,
rea, Korea, unhead that the pullout of
350,000 Red Chinese troops from
Mn-th lTnrsa rtnps nnt mean anv
change in overall Communist od-
i Decker pointed out mat torn torn-mnnict
mnnict torn-mnnict rhinPQP frooDs can cross
the Yalu River and be Tiack in
Nnrth Knre in a matter of days.
The four star general left for
Seoul today after a three-day visit
tn fnrmn that included meet
ing with President Chiang Kai
rwlror said thp Communists
hoii viv1atH thp Korean truce
terms so often in a military way;
mar rnp unuea iaiiun.- in i k n i
Kind it necessary to bring new,
n'anes and weaDons into South i
(?) Enemy Launches
(3) Target City Launches
. Intercept Enemy
in Its Arc
LllkV- 1) Early Warning Radar .a I
Detects Missile. Flashes
VtltttAu Wnrninn Rnrlnr
Detects Missile. Flashes
Trajectory to Target Cir,
Entmy Launches (2) tor Flashes Targ City
Finned Missile T-i-,r w l..rk..
WWCoVi5!0tiC Target City Counter-Missile
(4) Re-enltrs Atmosphere, -XV'a'
Course Is Changed
to Entirely V V
THRUST-COUNTERTHRUST Ottr main defense against
Russian intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) may even eventually
tually eventually rest onvthe Nike-Zeus system. With a 10 to 30-minute
warning, the defensive rockets would, be launched to intercept
the enemy missile in its predetermined ballistic arc (see upper
panel). Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army Chief of Staff, is re reported
ported reported to be in favor of an all-out drive for protecting the
VS. with Nike-Zeus by 1961. But a warning against investing
heavily in juch a system comes from another quarter. Maj.
Gen. John W. Sessums Jr., vice commander of the Air Research
and Development Command, urges research into defenses
against "more sophisticated ballistic missiles" yet to come.
He says that the Russians, by adding fins and automatic con controls,
trols, controls, cohld make their missile travel a complex course once
it re-entered the atmosphere, eluding the defense (lower panel).
FOR SALE Cash, registrar
manual electric "Victor" add adding
ing adding machine. House 1,000 me meters
ters meters of land in Rio Abajo Tel.
WANTED Enlargcr 2 x
IV will pay cash. Call New
York Studio, Tel. 391 -A, 11th
St. and Central Ave. Colon.
WANTED In "Las Cumbres"
house preferably furnished. Pay
cash. Write details price, Stewart
Eagan, El Valle, giving telegra telegraphic
phic telegraphic address.
3-mhMita ear walk SI.
cleaning of motor SS. waxino of
cart $6. Auto-Bano. Tram-Isthmian
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Jack Frost Replaces
At Annual Festival
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
Cherry Blossom Festival offi
cials, plagued by blossomless
cherry trees, today made Jack
Frost the symbol of their 32nd
The officia's said the 1958 Cher
ry Blossom Festival would open
luesday on schedule.
They had 53 Joveiy cherry Dlos
som princesses. f
They had 50 crack college drill
They had dozens of high school
But they bad no blossoms.
A festival spokesman said a
man dressed as Jack Frost would
appear at all events, grinning on
extra cold days and looking sad
"if the temperature should go
Edward J. Kelly, National Cap
ital Parks superintendent, said a
week of temperatures in the 170's
was needed to make the trees
"There's nothing we cau do,"
he said. "We've tried smudge
pots, we've even tried hormones
in the past. Nothing works."
The weather bureau offered lit-,
tie encouragenent. A spokesman
said the long-range forecast was
for temperatures below normal.
"Normal is about 58," he said.
The festival spokesman said it
would be impossible to just call
the whole thing off for a week or'
"Too many schedules, too many
reservations, too many every everything,"
thing," everything," he said.
"We'll just do what we have in
the past when the weather was
bad. We hold events indoors in instead
stead instead of in front o: the Jefferson
The spokesman said the festi
val committee had been lucky
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Clergyman Chides Rocketeers
For Blatant Use Of MM
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the past in ".guessing right
jut the blossom."
"If they missed, usually the
blossoms came too early. But
then we always had some blos blossoms."
soms." blossoms." "Every year it's a gamble," he
said. "We figured this year we
had a three-to-one chance, It
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
An Episcopal c ergyman chided
Navy rocketeers today for putting
a religious medal in the rocket
which hurled the Vanguard satel satellite
lite satellite into orbit for purposes of "di "divine
vine "divine guidance." ,
The Rev. Dr. Charles D. Kean,
rector oi Epiphanv Church, said
that using the St. Christopher
medal as a good luck charm was
"blatantly superstitious." He Said
the action "carricatured" the
Christian faith and affronted
He added in a sermon that the
iniident was on a par with the
war-time practiced giving testa testaments
ments testaments and prayer books to de departing
parting departing soldeirs "not so much
that they be read, but in o r d e i
that they wardof bullets."
A navv spokesman confirmed
that a small medal of St. Chris-
toDher venerated by BKOM
Catholics as the patron saintof
travelers was bolted to the Gy
roscopic guidance apparatus of
the VANGUARD rocket s second
He said no such medal was in
cluded is the first two Vanruard
rockets which fizfcled, dealing the
United States a proparanda set setback
back setback and handing Navy morale
a sharp blow.
The spokesman saia t n e
"change order" which added the
religious medal to the Vanguard
originated with the Martin Cot,
contractors fr the project. It
was approved by a Navy official.
The spokesman also confirmed
the Rec. Kean's assertion that
the "change order" stated that
he purpose of the medal was "for
divine guidance" o" the tall,
slim rocket. S. Christopher med medals
als medals are often worn by travelers
going on long trips.
The clergyman said "a great
many people" felt the Navy
might as well have assigned a
man to each stage of the rocket
launching process "to cross his
fingers and say, 'Muggles'."
He also asked whether anyone
had "thought of attaching a four four-'eaf
'eaf four-'eaf clover to the missile," which
was, launched on St. Patrick's
"The fact that a symbol or
word is associated with tradition traditional
al traditional Christianity does not prevent it
being used in the most blatantU
superstitious manner possible,"
"The fact that there are reli
gious and moral ideals in our
Western "heritage, which we be believe
lieve believe our military establishment
he ps to preserve, does not pre
vent these symbols irom being
caricatured so that hot only is
the symbol itself made ridiculous
but the faith behind it is turned
kinto childrfen'f Hrivialty."
Kean sad he incident is one
more example of the need for
concerned people to work with
ever more consecrated purpose
on behalf of the faith that makeSfuw
men free including freedonM
from the primitive mind."
For British Groom
LONDON, March 24 (UP) -A
Romanian dance trouple left Lon London
don London for home today withoutits 23-year-old
star because ehe chose
love instead of Communism.
Romanian Embassy official I.
Grosu said before the troupe,
flanked by Communist security
guards, boarded its Prague-bound
plane, that he had received word
irom Doina Trandabur, who dis disappeared
appeared disappeared Friday irom a Liverpool
"She wrote to another girl in
the company to say that she is
getting married to a youngman
and cannot return with us, Grosu
"I do not kiow if she will be
returning to Romania. It depends
on whom she is marrying. I can cannot
not cannot say where she is because that
is up to her to say. This matter
has been 'rather embarrassing to
He refused to identify the girl
who had received the letter from
Earlier, it was believedshe1 was
hiding with friends Until the folk
dance troupe left for home be behind
hind behind the Iron Curtain and then
would ask for asylum here.
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Koohe, nave oeen undergoing training in tnn' rugged terrain around Rio
irom the 1st Platoon moves through a pass between two gorges in an ap
gresor-held" territory. The unit will be engagea in training problems ,s
tth Armor, Fort
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Athletic Club Wins Relays
After Albrook Disqualified
JIM HEINZMAN, of Albrook, wins the mile jsUst .4 of a second outside the Balboa Relays
record. His time, 4:43,5.
Saturday Night's Results
Junior High 880 Relay: 1 Balboa (Ness, Gerardi, French, Tufion); 2 Cristobal; 3 'Balboa
No. 2. Time: 1:45.8
Elementarv 60: A Moses (St. Mary's); 2 Framsworth (Diablo); 3 Dockery (South Marga Margarita)
rita) Margarita) Time :8.1
Junior High Shot: 1 Camby (Balboa); 2 Ness (Balboa); 3 Ramirez (St. Mary's). Distance:
39 ft. 5. in.
Elementary Broad Jump: 1 Van Loon (Diablo); 2 wilder (South Margarita); 3 Fiaia (St
Mary's). Distance: 13 ft. 10 3-4 in.
Junior High 100: 1 Tufion (Balboa); French (Balboa); 3 Scottino (Balboa). Time: 11.2
High Hurdles: 1 Perkins (Athletic Club); 2 Mescall (Albrook); 3 Clark (Albrook); 4 Tooth Tooth-man
man Tooth-man (BHS). Time: 15.4
Sprint Medley Relay: 1 Albrook (Anemone, Guidet, Tnifant, Mescall); 2 Athletic Club: 3
BHS; 4 CHS. Time: 1:38.6
Mile: 1 Heiiysman (Albrook); 2 O'Connel (Athletic Club); 3 Lagassie (BHS) ; 4 Lorenzo
(CHS). 8ime: 4:.9
High Jump: 1 Horine (Athtletic Club); 2 Coffey (Junior College); 3 Clark (Albrook): 4
Forman (Ft. Amador). Right: 5 ft. 9 in.
Discus: 1 Gibson (CHS); 2 Horine (Athletic Club); 3 Morris (Junior .College); 4 Reeves
(Ft. Amador). Distance: 147 ft. 10 in. (new Relays record)
Mile Relay: 1 Athletic Club (Jones, Perkins, Rankin, McFarlane); 2 BHS; 3 Marines; 4
CHS. Time: 3:38.5 (a new Relays record). Albrook finished first but was disqualified.
440 Relay: 1 Albrook (Trufant, Anemone, Mescall, Guidet); 2 Ft. Amador; 3 BHS; 4 Bovs
Club. Time: 45.0
The Canal Zone Athletic Club upset the predictions by win winning
ning winning the Ninth Annual Baliiaa Relays oyer the weekend at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium. In as tight a race for the coveted team trophy
as has been seen in several years, the Rams edged the Albrook
Flyers 40-36. Balboa High School maintained its record of hav having
ing having never finished lower than third by scoring 23 points.
A near-capacity crowd was on hand to watch the second
night of the Relays Saturday and saw the Athletic Club win
the meet in the very last event, the mile relay, when the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook team was disqualified for using a runner in 'too many
races of 440 yaros or greater.
Actually the point totals be
came mighty confused when
tnere was a aisquanncauon oi
tjie Marine team in the 440 yard
relay for interfering with the
the Athletic Club quartets
The A.C. team was given the
right to run their race again
fm- time tn see if thev could
how up the scoring of this event
until after the linaiome reuay
had been run.
As it turned out tne teams am
not re-run the race and things
stood in tne original oiaei.
At tHo end nf thf events Fri
day night the Rams held a slim
16-14 leaa. Alter tne urai mu
Hvi.atftn pvpnt.s had been
run Saturday night, the Flyers
were in front 2v-ii-
When Larry Horine won the
high Jump for the A.C. they
went pack in front and stay stayed
ed stayed there for the rest of the
meet, with Albrook always
4kuaUnln anA nushinif.
The big share of the credit
for the A.C. winvcan be given to
five men Ed O'Connell, who
doubled as coacn ana runner,
Henry Jones, sprinter, Henry
Mniiwianp T jrnv Rogers in the
middle distances, and the star
of the field events, Larry nonne.
These boys picked up four firsts
and a tie for first, while the Fly Flyers
ers Flyers got four first Places.
Bill Gibson of Cristobal H-h
was the only clear cut double
winner, wlnrtinc the broad
iinnp Friday night and the
discus Saturday with a record
toss of 14-ft. 10 in.
Horine won the high Jump,
ij ( -flrct ln the nolp vault.
j nAAnn n In hp hnt, And
discus to easily take Individual
honors for the two-aay meeu.
r. .ittnn t.n oibson's re
cord in the discuss, the A.C. mile'
relay team or Jones, reruns,
Athletic Ghjb 40
Balboa HS 23
Cristobal HS 144
Ft. Amactor 13
Junior College 10
Ft. Clayton a
Boys Club 1
Ft. Davis f
Ft. Kobbe q
20th Infantrv n
Rankin, and McFarlane won the
,k.jiu nine ui a.OOJO.
Thp t.Wn marllnv i li.
new events this year, will go as
records also. Athletic, Club got
the distance medley in 4:55 1
BUI Gibson, CHS,
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Two farmers were killeo and a
third seriously injured when a
mortar shell they were trying to
dig out of a field exploded, police
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ATHLETIC CLUB TEAM CAPTAIN ED O'CONNELL accepts the
Relays trophy on behalf of his team from the honorary
refere of the meeting, Henry T. Leisy.
CHARLEY MORRIS, of Junior
College, heaves the shot 53 53-ft.
ft. 53-ft. 10-ins. for a gold first
.the broad jump, and
. .the discus. He set a new
Relays mark of 147-ft. 10-insi
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HIGH JUMP CHAMP LARRY HORINE who took inflividual honors in the meet
his 5-ft. 9-ins. high jump win, a tie for first in the pole vault and second place
discus and the shot put.
in both the
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IT'S HORINE AGAIN, this time getting altogether too chummy with the pole vault bar.
and Albrook the sprint event in
Jim Heinzman of Albrook
made a gallant bid for the
mile record of 4:43.5 only to
miss it by four tenths of a
second. He has a 62 'sec. first
lap, a 2:16 half, and a 3:22
1320, but early speed was a bit
too much for him and he just
coult not keep up the pace.
He was an easy winner, how however,
ever, however, with O'Connell of A.C. sec second
ond second and Abel Lagassie of BHS
a fine third.
After Horine had on the
high jump at 5 II. in. he elect elected
ed elected V tiy for a new Relays and
bar at 6 ft. 3 in. he had three
Canal Zone record. With the
off with his trailing leg each
Albrook's great sprint relay
team nf A ftnidet Heihunn Tni
fant, Ted Anemone, and Dan
Mescall won the 440 baton event
in .the' fine time 45 flat. This
missed record by only .8 seconds'.
Ari reruns 01 me a.v. upset
thp done hv winninc o pinsp
hurdle victory from Mescall in
vhaf. irac Ana nf fVto hocf pqoq.
of the meet. Perkins' winning
time was 15.4.
In the Junior High section,
the boys from Balboa domi dominated
nated dominated the events, taking first
in all three of the events held
drPnrOB POBlhw nmn ik
the team of Dick Ness, Sal Ger Gerardi,
ardi, Gerardi, Louis French, and RolaiA
do Tufl6n won the 880 relay, atP
lunon, jrencn, ana Tony Scot-
tino finished In that nrHo in
Charllfi AlOSAS frniYI St IVfam'a
streaked to a win in in
dash, nipping Jim Parmswojtti
v.l ummo a 1 vne tape Dy aorjftt
Dirk Van Loon nf nf nfohi
won the broad 1umn n t.ho i-
"mentary division with a jump
ui u 11. iu 3-4 incnes.
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RELAYS QUEEN FRANCES PAIGE addresses the athletes as the Belays open.
Atomic Papa Warns
Setup Sadly Behind
TTTTf"rnw March 9A, CUT?)
-Rear Adm. Hyman G. Rickover,
lather 01 me ,l"u; j iT t
warned the nation today it must
greatly improve its educational
system or face a cut in its stan standard
dard standard of living.
TT C Tlllhlic
1- thpir students
with a "bag of know-how tricks
;wood nf intpllpctual trainme ana
He said at at. Aioaiis ouiuui
50th anniversary celebration that
the schools oiten vsie
of a young AmericV by offering
him 'trivial',, recreational and ya-
Cation SUDieclS uiai my
come a "pleasant, raceiy man mannered,
nered, mannered, young, person able to get
along with whatever group he
'Kvp.n for the average pupil,
Giihiantc are not mentally
stimulating they barely touch his
mind,' he. said.
Presidential Science Adviser
t T Villi an ininpH in thp. at-
ddlUCD v ii ----
tack on the present educational
system froms tne same piauorm.
He called for a, "weeding 6ut oft
trivial, modern educational
theories that insist one 01 me
keys to good education is teach teaching
ing teaching a- child adjustment to society.
"We snou'd not nave to support
if urowonl nn mnrp than
aLiiuuio 11 " ..v
'adiustment'o f children to life as
it is," he said. "Children learn
this in simpler societies just Dy
Rickover said "we have
cnnnnlt" tn Tirnviflo Vftllth With the
V V j
fjpnpral knnwledee needed to
provide youth with the general
Knowledge neeaea to mase ueci
"Tn aonniro suph Vnnwlpflop fact
Upon fact, taKes time ano euori,
he said. "Nothing can really make
Ripknvpr said F.nrnne has al
ways demanded more of its chil chil-rirpn
rirpn chil-rirpn hppansp thev "must work
harHof anA mnrp intolliffpntlv'
than Americans to west a nign,
standard of living from less nat natural
ural natural resources.
But he said the day is ap approaching
proaching approaching when America must
change. "We may find that vr
shall have to make a choice: ed educate
ucate educate our chi dren better or down downgrade
grade downgrade our standard of living", he
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