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A INDECBIDEMT tWg DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1958
ii BR AH IFF
Seconds After Miami Takeoff
Chiricjui Girl Dies In Crash
Of Tocumen-bound Airliner
MIAMI, March 25 (UP) A Panama-bound airliner, spewing fire from one of its
engines, plunged into the soft mucklands on the edge of the Everglades today and
exploded. t. x
Seven persons died in the fiery crash but the other 17 aboard escaped, some
Only Isthmian among; the dead was Rosario Rodriguez, 17, of Concepcion, Chiri Chiri-qul.
(Her relatives were waiting at Tocum en this morning to welcome her home
when they get news of the crash. Rosario had been vacationing in New Orleans.)
There were no other Isthmians aboar d the crashed plane, but three dead crew-
regularly stopped1 over
The big four-engined Braniff In International
ternational International Airways DC-7, en route
to Rio de Janeiro, roared off thr
runway hire a lew minutes after
midnight, climbed to almost 1000
feet with a ball of fire shootrng
from its right side and then plum plummeted
meted plummeted earthward.
An explosion racked the plane,
cutting off the flaminp right wing.
It was the ..firs' ft"'1 '7Hp'1'
tn 10 year on Bramff's interna international
tional international servicesT
The nlane with IS nasser
and nine crewembers bnr bnr-whs
whs bnr-whs enueto Rio with JcHW JcHW-ed
ed JcHW-ed stw t Panma. Lima, rem
in San Paulo. Brazil.
A conanv jmopsm;" W."
Vrp Cv eJvert
UA tnwke Wht did not ar ar-x'm
x'm ar-x'm M a ml in time.
bed to near tapwitv
rfai-v caused wvral P"
ithr eeiwli r t tak oher
F.mili" fianut of SfO-B'
Drill Boa' V
B Vmtm Co.
The Panama Canal boat Vulcan
' which was purchased by the can,
S orgainzation for service in the
fed S construction projects
isTow being Offered for sale by
SeTanama" Canal Company
Bids are being solicited both on
foe Isthmus and m the United
States. They are scheduled to be
opened Jane 27 in
the superintendent of the. Store
bouse Branch in Balboa add in
theKKp-the Procurement Div Division
ision Division jn f$w York City.
Built in 141 by the Bethlehem
Steel Corp.. the Vulcan, together
with the drill bt Thor, was us used
ed used for the few years for sub subaqueous
aqueous subaqueous drilling tjn connection
with the work on the third Locks.
In 152 the Vulcan received hull
damages when 1,234 pounds of
dynamite placed in the bottom ot
15 holes drilled by the Vulcan,
were set off prematurely by light lightning.
ning. lightning. The drill boat' has been lit little
tle little used since that date.
The drill boat Thor., which also
was used on the Third Locks
project, has been.: laid up and in
a reserve status since about 1950.
The Vulcan, its equipment, and
spare parts are now located in
Gamboa where it can be inspect inspected
ed inspected by prospective purchasers.
CZ Motor Vehicles
Will Not Undergo
Motpr vehicles registered J
the canal Heme and bearing a
Canal Zone inspection certifi certificate,
cate, certificate, will not be required to
undergo inspection by Panama
authorities in order to travel
to the interior during Holy
Week, Recording to information
received today by thS Canal
Zoiie police from the Panama
TJ".e aecisivis to x :iapt mo motor
tor motor vehicles registered in ihe
Canal Zone from the regular
Holy Week inspection require requirements,
ments, requirements, was announced by Maj.
Arlstidtts .Hassan, chief of the
Traffic Section of the Panama
$1,000 Bail Set
For Young Suspect
In CZ Burglary
Bail of $1000 was set today
in the case of a Panamanian
youth charged with burglary,
whose case was bound over for
trial In U. S. District Court.
Probable cause against' Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Cedefics lj, was found In
Balboa Magistrate's Court, and
the defendant was remanded
to la)l to iwalt trial.
Cedeffo Is charged with en entering
tering entering the home of Lisle E.
,Corham at 3202 Holde-.i Place
n BfHboe. earl? CWy morn morn-lii?g.
lii?g. morn-lii?g. with intent to commit lar larceny
W. JHnP: niHb
wkSSc aft? Bawawawawafe
zil, son of a (Brazilian textile manu manufacturer,
facturer, manufacturer, walked sway from the
crash unhurt. He said the plane
had just left the ground when "I
looked out and saw the right en engine
gine engine on fire."
"I told him (Hlilbn Soares of Rio
de Janeiro) to fatten his seat belt
and then we hit ... and I don't
fete Vigna, a CAA employe in
A $200,000 admiralty suit was
filed yesterday against the
Panama Can! Company by the
Luckenbach Steamship 1 Compa Company,
ny, Company, involving an accident that
occurred two years ago.
The action seeks to recover
damages and losse sallegedly
suffered by a Luckenbach ship,
SS. Robert Luckenbach, in an
accident which occurred on
March 24, 1955, in the Panama
The ships ran aground in
Gamboa Reach on that date,
the suit charges. She was pull pulled
ed pulled free by Panama Canal
The action states also that
the Luckenbach ship was trav
elllng at full speed, under or-
hci? vi one raimnl Put,
on board, as she passed In close
oroximity to a shoal area ex extending
tending extending t bbut loa'feec into the
Canal. The ship sheered to port
and ran agroundj
The libel charges that re refloating
floating refloating operations included the
use of the Panama Canal
dredge Cascadas, the operation
of the Robert Luckenbach's en engines
gines engines and the discharge of
about 10TW tons of cargo on
The action states that dur dur-int
int dur-int vie conduct of these oper oper-ntiota,
ntiota, oper-ntiota, "the dredge repeatedly
struck the hull and Propeller
of the shljpi the scaling rings
and lmpeQers of t main cir circulating.'
culating.' circulating.' bump, th refrigera refrigeration
tion refrigeration coolef pump; the sanitary
pumn antl the auxiliary cir circulatory
culatory circulatory pump were.scored; and
cargo was1 torn, dented, crush crushed
ed crushed and otherwise damaged,
pilfered and lost overboard
while being handled by long-
shoremen in, the employ of thei Todd's son, Michael Jr., 29, who
Panama Canal Company." j; expected to take over the reins
Attorneys for the Luckenbach c his father's fabulous enter enter-Company
Company enter-Company are De Castro anr' -. flew to Chicago from New
Roblet. York last night for the funeral.
Pvt. Elvis Rolls
FORT CHAFFHEj Ark,, March
25 (UP). Pvt. Elvis Presley,
the rock 'n' roll Idol, rolled out
of bed 30 minutes earlier than
50 othe less famous Army re recruits
cruits recruits today.
' "I. had a good night's sleep
and I decided to get up," he
By the time a sergeant flip flipped
ped flipped on the lights in the bar barracks
racks barracks to wake the others at
5:30 a.m., Presley was making
his bunk. It looked nretty good
fw wfcn with fail) iitMe, 4w
days in the Army and still in
his civilian clothes.
Bogota, Colombia, sard he noticed
Ire in the No. 3 engine on the? emDW n wa uno5' ""gallon to compel- Certain sectors
"At first I thought it was just
a big backfire but then it get
werse and the plane went down,"
Vigna said, gesturing excitedly.
After the crash he said he found
himself with two other passengers
and a stewardess. "We made our
way through the galley, which was
turned upside down, and out into
Martin Hansen, chief airport
traffic controller, sard he saw the
crash "from the airport tower.
After the plane made a right
turn, he said, "a glow was observ
ed and the plane made a rather
abrupt descent, followed by a lar-"-explosion.
This was only 30 or 40
seconds after takeoff."
For Russian Ship
With Cuban Sugar
A Russian cargo ship loaded
with suear is being admeasured
in Cristobal before making her
canal transit Bound ior nau-
llin Uuiuv-Ki-UOB TO
Mitshurinsk arrived In Cristobal
from Cuba yesterday afternoon.
Because this is he maiden
transit through the Canal, the
snip must be measurea, beiare
staring her transit. The ad ad-measurer's
measurer's ad-measurer's office began meas measuring,
uring, measuring, the ship yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and wpects t6 complete
th job sometime today.
Officials said the Russian
ship's transit was being treat treated
ed treated as a ''normal" transit, with
only the usual precautionary
measures being taken.
She carries' a crew of 40.
Skipper of the ship is Capt. V.
Final Private Riles
For Showman Todd
Held In Chicago
CHICAGO, March 25 UP)( UP)(-Last
Last UP)(-Last rites for Mike Tood. flam-
want showman who lived for
"meiigm, wm oe new mis
mrf, -H Ki.
widow, actress Elizabeth Taylor.
Todd, 50, who was killed Satur Saturday
day Saturday in tne flaming crash of his
private plane, will be buried in a
suburban cemetery at the foot
of his father's grave. The area has
been roped off to keept he press
and public at a distance.
The remains of the millionaire
producer arrived in Chicago be before
fore before dawn today, encased in a
sealed casket aboard a Santa Fe
mall train from Albuquerque, N,
Miss Taylor was scheduled to
arrive by plane from Los Angeles
about 8:30 a.m., with a numb
er of close Hollywood friends and
Accompanying Miss Taylor
were her physician, Dr. Rexford
Kennamer; her brother, Howard
Taylor; singer Eddie Fisher;
Richard Hanley, Todd's executive
secretary; Helen Rose, a studio
designer and iriend, and Bill Lyon
(No Rock), Out Of Sack 30
Presley got into Fort Chaffee
about midnight from Memphis,
Tenn., where he was inducted
so his "good night's sleep" a a-mounted
mounted a-mounted to less than five
Presley breakfasted on a
baked apple, two cups of milk,
three slices of toast, scrambled
eggs, cold cereal and strawber strawberry
ry strawberry jam.
Although he is officially a
$78 a itonth private In the
Army, Presley was sail Being
puided, to an extent, by Col.
Tom Parker, a civilian and rusiftoi's training school.
Credit Union Row Loude
Gilberto And Roberto Arias
Resign From Official Posts
from the cabinet of President
first open indication of a break between Arias' father, ex-President
Harmodio Aries, and the. President.
Dr. Roberto Arias, Panama's Ambassador to London, also
submitted his resignation this morning after learning that his
younger brother had quit his cabinet post.
The 36-year-old Arias told the President in his letter of
resignation that he did not share his oninion that
vi wic nee uqnpuiwui. press to support we government.
"Althought I respect your
opinion on the matter, I regret
that 1 do not share it, since I
feel that the Mass ...must maun-
mn at au times us ireeaom oi
. T .. "T1 a .
i rvn names were meuuuneu. uui
. -: i v..
it was clear that the reference
was to th newspaper pub'isned
by the Minjater's father.
Businessman Fernando Eleta,
was named as Arias' successor.
A communique issued by the
nresident's uress secretary an
nouncing Arias' resignation said
"The President.:. .decided on a
step forced upon him inescapable
The communique explained that
"certain organs of the press-have
CZ Stamp Collector
Clears Up Kenan's
Fear Of Mails
Canal Zone stamp collect-
business through the
w 1 II III II i mi
The question came up when
a residents Wlcjita, Kansas,
wrote to R. D. Donaldson of
Diablo Heights, a stamp: col collector,
lector, collector, and enclosed an article
that said "Postal Carriers Seek
Money and Stamps."
Datellned Balboa, canal Zone,
the United Press story said
that police held three postmen
after discovering 5000 undeliv undelivered
ered undelivered Chriltmas letters in a
home. It Bid not specify that
the incidtfil of the mail theft
occurred In Panama City.
The Kansan, who wanted to
purchase stamps from the
Zone, said he was a little dubi dubious
ous dubious after reading the story as
to whether it was safe to send
money to the Zone.
Donaldson, in his reply,
cleared up the misunderstand misunderstanding
ing misunderstanding about location of the mail
Says He h Now
'A Very Well Man'
u,ii o mpsir Winston Chur
chill appeared today to have all
but recovered irom a return oi
lung trouble. His local physician
coin fou, u!pU nf tromf weather
would make him "a, very well
Dr. David Roberts of Monte
r.rin Ws1hman who looks aft-
er Churchill when he is visiting
the Riviera, descripea nis ibui ibui-ous
ous ibui-ous patient as having suffered a
"mild recurrence of a fornfer il illness
lness illness that has been passed off."
He said tne ua-year-co siaws siaws-man
man siaws-man is "in very good shape eat-,
ra wall and ie a vrrv haDDV
man" Whaf's rAnrp he added.
Churchill once more is smoking
his famous cigars.
The former i'lness Roberts refer referred
red referred to was a bout of pneumonia
and pleurisy thak sent v Churchill
to bed last Feb. 18 at tne viua
La Pausa where he has been vis
iting his host and publisher, Em Emery
ery Emery Reves.
Paatker said he was hanging
around to "look after the
boy. . see that he gets every everything
thing everything he needs."
At' breakfast, when; Presley
and the 50 other recruit were
outnumbered four men ry re reporters'
porters' reporters' and photographers,
Porker told PIO Capt. Arllt
Metheny: "Let the boys (take
all the pictures they want to."
After breakfast, Elvis and the
others marched off for clas classification
sification classification tests to Ictermtne
whether he can ewiily far, ah
I Metheny said that If he
Gilberto Arias resigned yesterday
rnesto de la Guardia Jr. in the
DR. GILBERTO ARIAS
undetaken a tenacious campaign
clearly aimed at misleading the
country's opinions to the meaning
and the aims of the govern government's
ment's government's activities."
France Nixes Peace
PARIS. March '2S mP1Pm.
Ier Felix Qaillard told anglo-Am-erican
"good o'fices" negotiaors
Robert D. Murphy and Harold Be Be-filey
filey Be-filey today there wouid be no
peaceful relations with Tunisia
Unless it stopped supporting the
The French' demand was pres presented
ented presented by the premier and his key
minister as a "minimum" for re
sumption of direct negotiations
with TunisiaT It amounted to a
Observers believed Tunisian
president Habib Bourguiba almost
certainly would reject the French
Both sides were under, strong
Nationalist pressure not to yield
any major concession. Fears ar arose
ose arose again that the six-week good
offices mission might' not succeed.
SWKL i WsSMBSi
I If TtinicU (hma
canai Hiucimii Knur n
Brucker Speaking At Balboa Monday
In Fourth Of Outward Look' Series
Secretary of the Army Wllber
M. Brafiier has accepted an ln-ylittim-
by Gov. W. E. Potter
to deliver a talk In the "Out "Outward
ward "Outward Lok" series of addresses
by prominent visitors to the
Isth-ttW during his forthcom forthcom-i..
i.. forthcom-i.. 4ft tn HVip rnnal Zone.
BrnpVar's address will be
Biven t 4:30 p.m. next Monday
in tne, uw-v. w-
...l.i.of ct -::: aridrPSS will b6
v,.;n,mnprf later. While the
"O'twtM Loc':, series i plan plan-nd
nd plan-nd pjffinariiv to permit Canal
eniplcxes and their families to
i-.ear utstaiirt'u-ii; speakers, the
genetfi public will be welcom-e'-lPhe
Army Secretary's ap appearance
pearance appearance Monday afternoon.
. Anton the prominent men
who have given "Outward
Look" addresses previously
were the President of Notre
Dame University, the Mayor
of st. Lonis, and top AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO labor leaders.
mm n i n..1.M. ...111 l.n1
in WUK Oy DiUri will uuiv
special Interest to both Canal
and Army personnel nere oe
makes a "composite score" of
110. he can take a test for
OCS. The results won't be post posted.
ed. posted. "This is a pretty personal
thing," Metheny said. "It's for
our own information, not the
Acfordlng to Metheny, Pres Presley
ley Presley will be told Thursday where
he will go for eight weeks' basic
He could take it at Fort
Chaffee, an induction center,
but Metheny said, "that will be
deckled la Washington. . it
will depend on the Army's
A CONTRACT authorizing baux
ite mining operations in the pro
vince of Chiriqui was signed yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the Panama govern government
ment government and the Kaiser Aluminum
The contract was expected te be
sent to the Permanent Legislative
Committee for ratification.
thirty-seven new licenses for
the operation of bars and cock cocktail
tail cocktail lounees have heen issuer)
far this year, it was revealed to
day oy tne commerce jdepat
Of the 37, 14 were granted in
the Province of Panama, six in
! Colon and the rest in the other
About 100 chaufferurs who
work for the local Micro Taxi
company went on strike today
reteshng against company rules
mich calf lor She wearine of
white shirts and black ties,' and
prohibit them irom carriyng pas passengers
sengers passengers on the front seat of. the
Dies Aboard Ship
The British master of the
freighter Lynton collapsed on' the
bridge of his IsMti in Cristobal n.
chorage yesterday, and died a
short time later.
I Police report 'that Capt. Nor Nor-nan
nan Nor-nan Beresford Money was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced dead at 2:30 p.m. yester yesterday
day yesterday after Cristobal firemen had
applied artificial respiration un-
-Mrs. Marffarpt Mnnev hie uifa
who was a passenger on the ship
torn ponce mat ne naa Been com-
Dlaininc of indippstinn far tha
past three days.
The skipper was 49 years old.
He was a native of Northfields.
The, body was transfered 'to
Gorgas Hospital where an autopsy
vill be performed.
cause of his position as top
man for both agencies.
As the stockholder of record
of the Panama Canal Compa Company,
ny, Company, he is directly responsible
to the Panama Canal. He is
also the Cabinet member re responsible
sponsible responsible for the Canal Zone
The Secretary of the Army
last visited the Canal Zone in
January 1955 when he was here
to attend the annual meeting
of the Board of Directors of
the canal Company, of which
he is a member, and to inspect
various Army Installations
Brucker and his party are
expected, to arrive Saturday
for a three-day visit. He will
be accompanied by Mrs.
Among others in the group
are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Iil Iil-ton
ton Iil-ton II. Milton is Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Army for Man Manpower
power Manpower and Reserve Fordes.
Bernstein To Play
Conductor Leonard Bernstein
will also play the efano durincr his
forthcoming appearance here as
leader of the New York Philhar Philharmonic
monic Philharmonic Orchestra, It was announc announced
ed announced today.
Bernstein has chosen a Ravel
concerto for this particular numb number
er number on the varied program to be
given at the Rio Theater on the
evening of April 29.
More than 300 tickets have al already
ready already been sold this single per
formance of one the world's
and. $2 at Morrison's.
$ 'St 1 aiqeiiBAB w sjaipii
W J' .
A Panama Foreign Office explanation of irs protest
against the operations of the Canal Zone Credit Onion
got a rough greeting today from some credit union mem mem-oers.
oers. mem-oers. "Hogwosh," said one.
"Outrageous and silly," said others.
The Foreign Office, in its explanatory statement yes yes-terday,
terday, yes-terday, said the Canal Zone Credit Union, at present in incorporated
corporated incorporated in Delaware, is fully entitled to organize a
Panamanian corporation, in compliance with the laws of
Panama, to render the services which it claims to provide
Canal Zone Credit Union officials today declined to
comment on this or any other aspects of the Foreign Of Office
fice Office statement It will be discussed tomorrow night ot a
meehng of the board of directors of the Credit Union
Ordinary Credit Union mem.
lers were less reserved than the
ctflclals regarding the Foreign
"Next they'll be telling us that
we can't borrow money to buy
ur organization Is owned
and operated by Canal Com Company
pany Company employes for our mu mutual
tual mutual benefit. Why does it con concern
cern concern them at all?" demanded
The Foreign Office said its
protest was not Inspired by pet petty
ty petty or selfish Interests, but by
the desire to protest against any
violation of international trea treaties
ties treaties or agreements.
Manv Credit Union members
today reacted as If they be believed,
lieved, believed, on the contrary, that
the protest was inspired by
nothing but petty and selfish
The Foreign Office statement,
issued yesterday, said: i
"With respect to comments
oublished In the local press with
respect to the cessation of acti activities
vities activities of the enterprise known
as the Canal Zone Credit Union,
which has been officially re re-r.uested
r.uested re-r.uested by Panama, the Forelen
Office desires to make the fol following
lowing following observations:
"1 On April 25, 1957, Raul V
Gasteazoro, manager of the firm
SerVlclos de Seguros, S A. (In (In-surrnce
surrnce (In-surrnce Service, Inc.). address
ed a compiPint to tnis Foreign
Office over tb unfair comoeti comoeti-tlon
tlon comoeti-tlon by this Union against in insurance
surance insurance companies established
"The following statement was
made In that letter of com comprint:
print: comprint: ""This Credit Union in the
Canal Zone, in addition to lend lending
ing lending money to emoloyes of the
Panama Canal Company, en engages
gages engages also in other commercial
activities such as the sale of au automobile
tomobile automobile Insurance to its mem members.
"The sale of automobile in insurance
surance insurance bv this organization
should not be permitted, in insomuch
somuch insomuch as tMr activity is a
direct comnetftion against the
insurance eomvanies and tHe
general insurance agent who
re Jeo-ally established In the
RnuhHc of Panama.'
"2 The letter of eomnlahit
was referred for consu't,Mon to
the National Council of Foreign
Relations, in order that this a-
ency should determine whether
the pctlvitles fo the canal Zone
Credit Union art a violation of
the existing agreements between
the Republic and the United
"3 On February 10 to this
year, the chairman of the Na National
tional National Council of Foreign Rela Relations
tions Relations reoorted to the Foreign
Ofiice. that in the unanimous
opinion of the council 'the es establishment
tablishment establishment In the Canal Zone
of the corporation known as
'Canal Zone Credit Union' as a
commercial comnany, engaged
in all tyoea of financial opera
tions, after March 2, 1938, vio
lates the provisions of Article HI
(section 6) of the General Treaty
siened on the afore mentioned
date, and, therefore, recommends
that tne Foreign oriice unaer-
take the necessary Tepresenta
tlons towards the cessary re
presentations towards the ces
sation of activities by that en enterprise
terprise enterprise in the Canal Zone.'
,rired!1 was incorporate
liMhe terms of Article 3 of
inwwr or the
SSuW ?' Prftt. (The
v,.u. union nas reported its
The Sflirt Arflal. a .. ..
Charter containing list of
tne nurnosps nf th. i T
momr whin H a"
Tn r" "uc louo wing:
S,.15?1?- and simulate sav;
o, w iuan, money to a her her-anions
anions her-anions set tnrtv. in im t... -r
?,r & 5, "ffflrf Directors;
uu a, ul8CUuI1' ana other otherwise
wise otherwise dlSnnx nf nr Haol 1 i
1 SUed bV anv IWrmn
poratlon, association or Govern-
' 10 purcnase or otherwise
acquire, own, or deal in articles,
goods, merchandise and movable
HaT .ny Klna 0r descrin descrin-tlon
tlon descrin-tlon to enter ntn .t...,.
person, firm tuH.n
- ., ""Moviuu, turuo-
ration or Kovernmenfc ann.
and to maintain one or more of of-nces
nces of-nces and to conduct any or all
of its operations and affairs in
or outside the State of Dela Delaware,
ware, Delaware, without restrictions as to
puce or amount.
5 Article 3, section 5, of the
Cenern rest,, nf loin ; j
that with the exception of Iff.
terprises which are directly re related
lated related to the operation, mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, sanitation or protection of
ihl.Caila1' tnat to say. cable.
iiavignuou, petroleum or fuel
companies the nnirai cut..
America, shall nnt mrmit
private commercial neterprises
ucvome esiaDnsnea in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, other than tho,al tho,al-ready
ready tho,al-ready existing there at the time
of the signing of the treaty.
ane canal zone Credit
Union Is fully entitled to the
right of organizing a Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian corporation, in com compliance
pliance compliance with the laws of the
republic, to render the ifcrv ifcrv-ice5
ice5 ifcrv-ice5 with which It claim to
provide its members.
"7 Therefore in fillno- th
protest, of the National Govern
ment against tne activities of
the Canal Zone nrerilf. TTinn tha
Foreign Office has limited Itself!
1. 1..K1111.. ii
to luuming one or lis primary;
duties, which is that of watch-'
inp nut fnr t.h faithful an-l
n "-w .v..v...m. u. VA
complete observance of the trea trea-trles
trles trea-trles between the Republic and
, "There is no justification,
hence, for the reaction by a
certain ctoud which opposes
the protest filed by the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office, when the press
and all the Panamanian na nation
tion nation are clamoiinr. with in.
nrnanlnr vfrnr. for enerareitia
and firm action by the For
eign Office m defense or tne
men national interests.
"Tn rnno.lnsinn t.h Wnraim
Office would like to set forth
specifically that neither m this
case, nor In any other, it is
omlrtan' hr not.tu IntarMt enA
that at all time It shall fulfill
its duty to protest any vioiauoa
of obligations deriving from in
ternational treaties or agree agreements.
ments. agreements. In the certainty thai
thus it will better serve the na
tional interests in accoraanc
with the princiole of the .sover
eign ana junaicai
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PENSIONS AND A VOICE FOR FORMEf PRESIDENTS
f u iu. l.k.. ninn an4 citizen BTOUtlS Oil the
Bone get behind some legislation that isn't .directly -concerned
frith their pay or pensions
Or maybe they'd like to opose it.
Heluva Way to Run a Rbiiroad
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Anvwftv. lets iook mro me miwr ma'"! ,
ffi? a bUT before the Congress to gjye citable pens on
office spact to former American President.. I'm all for It!
. how nna livina- ex-President from each of
the major parties, it seems an ideal time to do something on a
f "J., J liout oHr ,o Americans have OVer-
pon-paruzan oasis buvuu mv
fTO ni- T.MHkS .t. .nits the British situation and thflf
kmerican suits us. But we can learn from each other. For a
KgtX U's been clear the British do a better job of con con-terving
terving con-terving and utilizing the training and experience of former
Premiers ana uaDinei, memucio
t i..l.o oven thp PrPS
By ROBERT C. RUARK
I certainly am not sore at a Mr.
Jules Goldstein of the National
Outerwear and Sportswear Asso
ciation, Inc., for a recent letter
hustling his own trade, but it
serves as a sure springboard tor
a piece on unwarranted sensitivi
Brother Goldstein takes me to
task ior referring to some young
bums as "leather -jacketed, blue blue-jeaned
jeaned blue-jeaned young hoods," and says
that you consider this attire to
be the uniform of hoodlums."
He also points out that the late
and generally unlamented Albert
Anastasia "was wearing a high
ly tailored (No. 6 tailoring) suit
when he was shot down, but this
does not signify that highly tailor
ed clothing is the uniform of the
I rise to remark that Mr. Gold
stein is right. But I also will say
tnai (i) young hoodlums to wear
a uniform, which consists" of leath
er jackets and blue "jeans, or var variants
iants variants on the theme. And (2) rich
old gangsters generally, go very
foppish in their personal haber haberdashery
dashery haberdashery and tend to veer toward
the sharply-cut, hand stitched
Have I suddenly insulted the
sportswear poeple, or impugned
fie honor of the guild of custom
Cowboys wear blue jeans, the,
iTAPt. are Just turned loo .to-
i..mV,.Tt Drpcirtpnr. inn executives uu uui iu
feadily avaUable for consultation, because they have no 'aiu; nice young gals in high schooL
! For our ex-Presidents, I would not stop t a penaon nt i wear blue jeans, and people who've
Office space. iW never Been convicted of crimes
I would give each one a desk in the puse and another W wear ieather jackets, khd crt crt-Ihe
Ihe crt-Ihe senate with the privileae of the courtesy of the- ,lor ana inl anyboay wiUl enou& doueh.
he right to be recognized, and to speak, at aU times, r course fc?1 or ulegar to a decent
they should have no vote. uor. is nuis it ne doesn't patro.
i 5miat do you think? would you write your congressman nize one. who needs to look like
and" Senators? & wlU do your general cause rtortn f()rw- a uggjan diplomat?
JngWn legislatojfa to get tne iaea ywun '''
1 ogpr-''.A aEK
amjrt 'NlBiSjSllrffaMaLaaS HboI
Pro Bono Publico
BANK OFFICIAL TRIED TO OUST CREDIT UNION
niimi Army people may remmber a-mowe. during. World
wTrTto pthe ATmy and Navy Credit Union out of
?t.V-..a Ao io4 it o. rianniinreri to Ouarrv Heights
and'when "the wnole Mng"w it was found that
Me, I buy my clothes mostly in
Aome, wnicn aoes not make me
an Italian, either Fascist or anti anti-Fascist,
Fascist, anti-Fascist, nor do the shoes I buy
in England make me a Tory or
Laborite, and the Pendleton plaid
jacKeis oon i cost me the neces
sity of paying taxes in Oregon.
I hold no franchise in Bermuda.
despite the flannel shorts, and you
cannot call me either East Aj-i-can
because the African Boot
official of one of the American banks on the Canal Zone Shop makes my) hunting shoes, or
QII1CUU 01 one ui wic .u. ...Hit ..ntnn was Rast Inri hu.. 1 l.
1 i utv.aac n if in c C
A & deal to an Axrny officer that the credit union was
"il aifted down, the Command
ing 'g&ZffX unions bothin
jX1V OMUV4V4l mmmm-mm
Walter Winchell In New York
MAN READING THI PAPERS
bleau closing night audience show showered
ered showered him with. And some of us
out front liked very much the
tender way he' spoke of Jimmy Du Durante
rante Durante and Joe E. Lewis.
policy in US Federal esiaDiisnmenvs.
(The officer who tried to tear down the credit union was
transferred to Puerto Rico. Horrors!) ril..t ot
This bit of history doesn't bear directly on the pwntiV
tempt of skinfUnters in Panama to wreck the C. Z. Credit un
i0n,But tt Just goes to show what the cooperative and self-help
moves of employes have to canterld withe Remeftjber wh
, j i VX JJIUVAO 4-aWBklllOVUIo Ul v
Bros, whip me up a hunting jae-j viewer panned the 2 next shows.
" i oral: A critic is a critic is a en-
I ftv.j. C '' ; 4 n TV iiintAmni... onnA.n.
itiiaia crcijuuujr so nervous f-
Prineass Oraca, who married a
Prince, gave birth to a Prince-of-a-Feltow.
Con-grace-ulation! . .
Until last week, the Atlanta Jour Journal
nal Journal banned the word "recession"
from its paper. This is free
oress?. .Sen. Lundon Johnson
is winning mag votes. He is get-cf bar North Shore friends who
ting the profile treatment in 3 hve bean picking up bar tabs far
current periodicals.... After show- years ara beginning to rebel. El El-folds
folds El-folds flipped a shindig in honors hasn't shown any disposition
of critic Brooks Atkinson, the re- to reach for bar own check at
Prom a tang Island paper:
Since Elta Maxwall hit tha blue
chips as a money-maker,
one of those Plaza luncheons (for
the ladies and ana of them snort
ad her Indignation this way: 'El
on a movie Villain and thp nrea.
nized Italians have a go at you.
You call the same villain Smith
and all the Smiths move in with
Comment, on Balboa Stadlun JHUMC
ing the summit confab is becom-sa has never picked up a check
ing more confusing. Clearly, the, anywbre in my memory and
mand conceded that nuclear
bombs are probably flown over
tha city. .The "Desire Under tha
Elms" movia is highlighted by
Burl Ives' ga muting -if ng. ... .A
missile it complex-as-hell. It is
composed of 37,000 separate items
.. .Why there is a recession:
soma Froduction of cars and trucks in
(the first two months of vss drop
ped nearly N per- cent below
output levels for the same memni
of 1957. A resurgonce in the auto automobile
mobile automobile industry will signal the
and of tha recession. In economic
terms the highways represent
Easy Street or the Read to Ruin
WASHINGTON Senators don't
talk about it publicly, but private privately
ly privately they reseat the manner to
which Vice President Nixon hat
become an absentee presiding of officer
ficer officer of the Senate.
When he's absent a Senator has
to tabs his place to presiding ov over
er over the Senate, which causes ex extra
tra extra work for already busy legislators.
Nixon's office is now costing the
taxpayers more than that of any
vice president to history.
He has an automobile with chauf
feur which Senators do not have
plus a large staff, including one
colonel, a major, and a press a
gent. His budget is $101,925 a year
compared with $11,460 spent by
Truman. Yet his absenteeism has
set a record.
Careful scrutiny of the Congres
sional Record shows that the late
Vice President Alben Barkley
worked at his job about four times
as much as Nixon.
Hera is a breakdown of the time
spent by both men working at the
job given them under the consu-
tution as Vice president oi tne u
In 1949 when Barkley took of
fice, the Senate sat for a total of
1124 hours and 53 minutes, out ot
which IBarkley presided for 464
hours and 40 minutes.
In 1953 when Nixon took office,
the Senate met for 763 hours and
35 minutes, of which Nixon pres
ided 162 hours and 45 minutes.
In 1950, Barkley's second year,
the Senate was to session 1265
hours and nine minutes, with Bark
ley presiding 527 hours and 50
In 1954, Nixon's second year, he
presided only 120 hours and 31
minutes. Yet the Senate that year
was in session more than during
Barkley's second year a total of
1198 hours and 17 minutes, ryxon
worked at his Job just one-fourth
of the time Barkley did.
iy one Senate vote almost 30
So, the other day. Judge Parker,
a little tired but never bitter, went
on to the next world.
If to that world he should meet
William Green and Walter While:
the men who defeated him, he'll
be just as kindly, just as philoso philosophical
phical philosophical toward them as he was ta-
wara weir movements wnen m
life hew rote ringing opinions m
"r""" w flnHa rar.aH .the kforTiMt'lieW) Oi
Manama amcnu iov u
i. .i .nmmnt nn in nia nen nuuse in
Lnal hours of a darfroTnight. Suspecting a prowling
skunk" he got out of bed, clad only in his long-nanaieo unaer unaer-wVar
wVar unaer-wVar picked up the trusty old double-barrelled shotgun and
started for the henhouse. ; - nn
Unknown to him, the old hound dog had f ollowed Mm out
or the house, and also unknown to him was the fa $ that the
rear flap to his long-handled underwear was unbuttoned and
hanWhenthe farmer paused at the dcMo the henhouse the
hound dog failed to pause likewise, and when tiog'i coW
nose madi contact with the exposed posterior of the farmer
Soth barrels of the shotgun went off, killing a dozen of the
Mo'S' of this story Is, unless you know what Jjjehtad the
cene and can properly place the blame, it is beer to keep
your flap buttoned. Not An Architect
My mob. the Irish, are ahnut
he worsl-pf aJJ. The times I have
weh invited to ehaner mv hnms.
ly handle from Ruark to some-
Hung else are innumerable. I ev even
en even got knocked brainless (diffi (difficult)
cult) (difficult) once for cOming out in de
fense of candy. And a guild of baby-sitters
once beat m tn mv
Back to Mr. Goldstein and his
plaint, that I "seem to have got
ten me iaea mat luveni ri in.
iucui:y 1S associated witn a uni uni-forto"
forto" uni-forto" again I depose that a'l
juveniles, delinquent or not, are
aaauciaiea wim a unilorm. and
am t my fault if soma nimnie
tmost adolescents have pimples
Mr. G.) young punk either buys
or steals his uniform whiph T,nrd-
elpus, is the same as the Bov
Scouts and the Air Force wear.
circles diplomats are going a a-round
round a-round in are not good turns.
. .Colyumist Roscoe Drummond's
significant report: "I think it is
accurate to say Mr. Nixon is now
deputy commander of the entire
Two Fridays ago (while enjoying
the wonderful people of Florida
Southern College at Lakeland) we
offered one of our skewps to Mike
Morgan, the Tampa Times' Big
Leaguer. That Ike wants to go
home as soon as p o s s u b 1 e. So
what? So this. The latest edition
of Gen. Mclnerney's Washington
newsletter leads off with "The
talk persists that Ike wants to
quit for Gettysburg.' See, Mike?
though she's given us a great
deal of amusement and
The two shows that perished in
the tryout-towns last week repre
didn't mind carrying her when sented a loss of more than $270,
I hava another ariavnue utt
from my professional father, Rafe
nacssiraw, on oie subject of his
dependents, which says:
"Wondering" (Mail Box, Match ,7) undoubtd,5tS
the ingredients of ignorance which serve as the fundamentals
for his expressed conceptions expressed. .
Ebony-skinned Panamanians are proud 0T tBer a lety
and pigmentation and have never cherished the ideo togy of
SSaf Integration, or any other form qf integration, ugh
or Panamanian Magna Carta gntde us all the righto to
do so. m
i. .tt.oiutaW no raasnn for us to f orce ourselves
pen "Wondertag's" kind. Who have attaint d aft the culture
necessary for s to fce.pnr opprewor, proudly. 'Wondering s
opinions are of no surprise to us. Thy are ohly a reflection
of his prejudicial attitude, of a sort practised daily among his
tvae. However, we will continue to demand our Constitution Constitutional
al Constitutional rtohts, which we are deprived of within that part of our
own territory winch is the Canal Zone.
Sure, businessmen have a voice as to who they should hire
Dut they have surpassed that velee and has used their
nhiianthrophy"' In influencing authorities and .bllndsfoldlng
them against protecting patriots and enforcing our Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional righto.
"You try to instill some ordina ordinary
ry ordinary good taste in dress. The nip nippers
pers nippers want no part of this Thv
want to dress like their contemp-
uu ena up wearing oiue
leans, neayy white socks, and
loaiers. Appeals are a waste of
i me. iney also wear something
that looks like the old Dr.-Den,
tons, but Without the flan aaat
and in horrible colors, 'but every everybody's
body's everybody's doing it, Daddy, and you
wm me 10 iook uxe a freak?'
The answer is yes. of cnursa t
want you to look like a freak, but
1 get nowhere."
It so happens M. Goldstein,
eMS. T 1. a. a
uiai i nayp just cnanged out Oi
my blue Jeans and leather 1arkt
into my No. 6 tailoring zoot suit,
nu n anvDOdV snoots ma whan
) go to the barbershop this after
noon, I shall hold you personally
responsible and come back to
haunt you. Boo!
Tha first time we enjoyed the
, IcGuire Sisters was when we
' isht their delightful act at
ie Byline Ball for the Newspa
per Reporters Ass'n- of New York,
of which this column is a proud
member. .Thhe reporters turned
the money received over to the
Runvon Cancer Fund. .Monday
night, we caught their best act
yet at the handsome Deauvule,
Miami Beach, where tney
a smash. And that hoofing
thse. cirls!. .We don't know
whether it's the hoo'ing or Jhose
gams. Anyway, it is all most at attractive.
tractive. attractive. .The Murray Kane spe special
cial special arrangements and numbers
are also Big-Tfme Broadway. .
Frank Sinatra will never forget
she had very little money, we feel
she ought te to mora of a sport
new that she's financially suc successful?'
cessful?' successful?' (Mmmmmmeeeeoooo-
Tha committee investigating tha
FCC has the darndest official
name: The House Subcommittee
on Legislative Oversight.. .From
United States News-World Report:
"Egypt's Nasser, squeezed by a
costly trade deal with the Soviet
Union, is beginning to look for
ways to get back in the good
graces of western nations, uic-
000. .Foreign affairs experts of
fer an abundance of profound
judgments to explain the interna international
tional international crisis. The complex quality
of 'their analysis, however, fretjnet fretjnet-ly
ly fretjnet-ly skips primary human factors.
For example, the United Nations
recently disclosed that half the
world's population, had incomes of
less than $100 last year. Translate
it in the form of human misery
and you can fathom its perilous
. ,!.!. T.1. IT
unpui'Qiions. .uiane varsi, wnu
looks like a teen-ager, has been
married and divorced twice. .In
"Sunrise at Campobello," Ralph
Bellamy, (who nortravs FDR)
tators who play with lire wind Kans a paper and remarks: 'Al-
up like Hitler ashes!. .Jum-imost six million unemployed and
my Cagney's next flicker has a
darling title: "Never Steal- Any Anything
thing Anything Small". . Just call Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Stewart perfessor, He has a
degree in architecture from Prince Princeton
ton Princeton U. .A tax cut of' only $3 in
the weekly pay check would add
about $5 billion in consumer buy buying
ing buying power. What is Congress wait
ing for . .Lena Home offered
were a quotable definition of racial e-
rou-1 quality: It means being a Die to
enjoy what others enjoy.
Why newspaper rearnrs gat
woozv: A. staff officer in Wash
ington declared that nuclear
bombs are never flown ever New
York City. The following day, an
the love and affection the Fontaine-officer In the Strategic Air Com
A GENERAL'S PAY
So "Disgusted Lower Grader" (Mail Box, March 22) has
been reading Drew Pearson again. He should remember that
this noted columnist to noted for, among other things, being
86 percent wronV percent of the time.
As for "Disgusted Lower Grader's gripe on the general of officers'
ficers' officers' pay raise, let's take a closer look:
Generals used to receive $9500 per year when congressmen
received $5000. Congressmen have seen fit to raise their own
nay to $25,000 a year, and the general now earn about $13,000.
Since 1940 the private soldier's pay has! beep almost
quadrupled, and the general's pay has been increased by 30
A general has been with the "company," so to speak, for
80 years or more and has reached a top executive position. Why
Shouldn't he be paid well. Ill bet the rice-presidents of Gen Gen-era!
era! Gen-era! Motors earn a lot more, and we don't hear any crying
from "Disgusted Mechanics" on the assembly line.
Most general officers have a college degree, nave seen
professional soldiers for 30 years, have participated In two
wars and one "police action," and have been judged ouwana-
Ing in all respects. Can "Disgusted Lower Grader" meet these
Last, but by no means least, we have numerous to men
tion here. It's nice to know that if as a private you nave tne
drive and ambition, you too can earn some of that big money
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M. Menshiko v. tha new Soviet
Ambassador in Washington, is full
of smiles. Trouble is, when a Red
smiles he shows his fangs. .
Yul Brynner is quite a guy. A
mong his other talents, he speaks
8 Ungos. .Actors are like this:
Tony Franciosa is quoted: "The
most negative criticism I've re
ceived in the past was being ig
nored. Critics ignoring me just
not mentoning me." In other
words, an actor would rather, have
a rap than a snub so long as you
spell the name right. (They
mean spell the name wrong).
Miyoshi Umeki (who is so good
in "Sayonara") has a delightful
name. In Japanese it means "beau "beautiful
tiful "beautiful life" The bitter 4 year
Kohler strike demonstrates again
that strikes are like wars ev-
rybody loses. ,Despite the cynics,
this is still the Age of Miracle
Aladdin's Lamp is the Torch of
Nixon's record in 1955 was ev
en worse. This was nis tnira year
as Vice President and he sat only
47 hours and 14 minutes. The Sen
ate was in session 559 hours and
During Barkley's third year as
Vice President he sat 335 hours
and 24 minutes, during which the
Senate was in session 996 hours
and 46 minutes.
In the first year of Nixon's sec second
ond second term,) 1957, the Senate was in
session 860 hours 4an4 -toinutta,
and he s In tire pMMdtng prn prn-cer's
cer's prn-cer's chair, 124 hours and 32 minutes.
This is why some Senators are
talking about putting a time clock
in the Senate cloakroom for the
Vice President to punch when he
goes to work.
THE OTHER CHEEK
An old man died last week who
refused to become bitter. He had
every excuse to become bitter, h
had been appointed to the highest
court in the land only to lose
out on Senate confirmation by one
The people who rallied the Sen
ate votes to defeat John J. Park Parker's
er's Parker's appointment to the Supreme
Court back in 1930 were organizea
labor and Walter White of the Na
tional Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People.
IKE'S GOLFING .PARTNER
The depression to western mines
has knockVd one of the Presidents
most vocal boosters off the Eisen
He is Dan Thornton, the cowboy cowboy-booted
booted cowboy-booted ex-Governor of Colorado
wh used to golf with Ike jhiring
those Colorado vacation days and
was a frequent visitor at the White
Thornton has now become a
trustee of a newiv formed rninn.
do organization called American
Metal Mine Owners. Inc.. a bipar
tisan group aimed chiefly at cri criticizing
ticizing criticizing the Eisenhower adminis
tration over the condition of west western
ern western mines. The group includes Jo Joseph
seph Joseph F. "Little, former Colorado
chairman of the Democratic par party;
ty; party; WrHtom Lloyd, former GOP
state chairman; and John Me ti tiger,
ger, tiger, former Democratic Attorney
vxenerai 01 Colorado.
In a statement recently releas
ed, Little charged that the "small
American metal miner has been
tne victim of a deliberate camo-
aign aimed at his extinction."
Tungstein miners, Little alleg alleged,
ed, alleged, have been double-crossed, with
the government contracting to buy
their tungsten and then refusing.
"The same prospect appears in
store for the small uranium min-
Ler," Little continued, "and the
U.S. Government is also' trading
its surplus farm products for cheap
ly mined foreign lead and zinc."
This is strong talk to been dors dors-ed
ed dors-ed by the ex-golfing partner, ex ex-governor,
governor, ex-governor, ex-UCLA football star,
ex-cowboy, and ex-Hollywood ac
tor who was so close to Ike in the
1956 election that he was named
head of the Farm Division of the
Republican National Committee
Note Little has asked to testi
fy at hearings regarding the de
pression, held by the mining sub
committee of the Senate Interior
Committee. He claims that 15,000
individually Owned claims have
suffered because of hostile de decrees,
crees, decrees, acts, and laws" qf the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration.
Western miners also charge that
the White House failed to live up
to its 1952 pledge to build a heal
thy mining industry. W
. . re
Yet instead of becoming sour,
Parker turned the other cheek. He
became then: best legal champion.
In decision after decision, he up
held the rights of Negroes and of
labor as presiding judge of the
4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
I used to see Judge Parker when
he came to Washington for court
conferences. He would q pad
through the lobby of the Mayflow Mayflower
er Mayflower quite unobtrusively, looking a
little lonely, but not sad
IB v one vote he had missed the
greatest court in the nation, yet
he kept his sense of humor, went
about his everyday routine just as
if nothing had happened, even
took on the drudgery of the Nur
emburg war crimes trials in Ger
The late O. Max Gardner, Gov
ernor of North Carolina, a Demor
crat, tried to get Parker, a Repub
lican, appointed to the Supreme
Court when other vacancies oc
mi-red 1 wrote several columns
Miami Herald Nove'ntte: Andre, ..mine it. After the last column
the msitre d' (d for de Luxe) a wrot several columns urging it
popular tBen Novak's fabulous Fon- ifter the last column I got
tainebleau hotel, demonstrated I friendly note from Judge Parker
what a gentleman looks and acts th.nVmf me hut savins he ha
like the other night when Frank grven up an thought of attaining
c ; -1 .. .. WnA k!m anil ha . i i u 1 ..... u .......
omaua a vvnc iruto rne COUrl 19 wnicn lie was ucuic.
couldn't go on for two perfs, . .1
Frank had been doing three shows
a night 20 to 25 songs plus clown clowning.
ing. clowning. ("And come up smiling, kid,
no. matter how rotten you feel.
Somebody on the papers or mags
may be looking!"). .And so the
frogs in his throat kept him from
heltine out all those boy-and-girl
songs. .The grown up rich-raff
fdisaopointed to not being enter
tained bv the star) walked out
without oaving their checks, al
though many of them had dined
and drunk the Fohtainebleau'i food
and frammis fooch. .'tney just
refused to nay ana 'laisea away.
But not all of them. .Many of
these false friends of Sinatra de
manded that Andre and his cap
tains return the tips (for tables)
stuck in ther palms. .This is
where Andre, the guy with Class,
cooly lined them up, against the
wall and In his soft, continental
tone, said: "Now, gentlemen, all
of you are on your honor. Tell me
what you gave mt and you'll get
it back".'. .Andre wound up get getting
ting getting the worst of R. Even his own
bp-rnll of $35 disappeared for
". .Meaning someone told
'I'" 'TB"2!m - '"' 1 ' '"""V"
The word history comes
from a Greek word meaning
inquiry. It was Erst given its
modern meaning by Herodo Herodotus,
tus, Herodotus, an Ionian Greek. In the
middle of the fifth century!
B.C. he wrote his "History,"
an inquiry into the causes of
tlw long wars between the
Greeks and the Persians. Even ;
though he was not an accurate
historian, Herodotus recon-
structed a past period and 1
made it live again. j
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: If you are a
Johnny Mathis fan and if you're
not there's a good chance you will
be you can thank Hollywood for
putting the boyish-faced, 22-year-old
singing phenomenon into
high-gear on the road to fame.
c. Unllvwnnri fnreot tvoc-
easting-and let Johnny stag what
be wanted w sing ;
being compared to Nat Kmg Cole
and Frank Sinatra.
A year and a half ago, Mathis
was unknown except in San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, where Mathis cultists pack packed
ed packed themselves like sardmesinto a
small fright club to hear him sing
everything from sweet balladas to
"We're ersteful that it it m
longer fashionable for Indians to
say ugn m movies and on TV
but were fast becoming the van vanishing
ishing vanishing race on film, too".
rroaucer Mirisch mnu
but here are no Indians in ''Mai!
nt tlu. 117 ji im. . 7
v ure t?cbi. xue cowuoys, you
see, fight among themselves.
Without even a cigar-store Indian
as a spectator.
Dept. of Hollywood Confusion
Fess Parker in a movie trade
saner about his zoom tn tamo m
Davy Crockett; "Type-casting is
me oesi ana surest way for an
actor to achieve and maintain
sucess." Fess to a columnist:
"I'm fed up being rugged. J
want to go romantic."
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written far NIA Service
UO TYPE One of the hot-
test personalities on Holly -I
wood's song horizon, is 22 -year -lold
Johnny Mathis, unknown a
year andva half ago except to a
coterie of Mathis fans who
jammed a small San Francisco
nightclub to hear him. Colum
bia issued a record of his jazz
songsrand typed him as a jazz
singer. Johnny squawked that
he could "sing anything" and
proved it with a tender ballad
in the movie "Lizzie." Now
they're talking about Johnny in
Herms of Nat King Cole and
BUT FOR HIS first record al album
bum album "Johnny Mathis", Columbia
decided he should just sing jazz.
The album didn't sell and John Johnny
ny Johnny -comolained. "They've got me
typed as a jazz singer. But I can
sing everUthmg and i want to smg
verything-if they'll let me."
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A Hollywood movie, izzje".
was Johnny s escape natch trom
being typed in the recording
world as a jazz singer. He played
the small role of a night club
entertainer, singing a tender bal ballads,
lads, ballads, "it's Not for Me to Say." But
it was for Johnny to say he could
THE SOFT-VOICED ballad did
it for the one-time star high
jumper at San Francisco State
who set the Nevada state record
of 6 feet, 6 12 inches. He's been
sailing higher and higher in show
business ever since.
IT'S TIME TO lo, the poor In Indian
dian Indian again.
The adult western trend has
been "toward Indian-less stories.
depriving many Indians of
work." Producer Walter Mirisch,
euidins" Gary Cooper's new film
"Man of the West." received the
written protest, from a member
of the Miwok Indian tribe. Ob
viously a college, man, perhaps
from Stanford, the Sonora, Calif.,
Hollywoodites Are Talking
About: Joan Caufield being gun gunned
ned gunned down by a new outdoor ad
venture TV show, "Jefferson
Drum, which replaces "Sally" in
mid-April.. ..William Goetz, the
producer of "Savorana ." naeins
Marlon Brando for the role of
Cortez the Spanish conqueror of
Mexico. Ava. Gardner playing an
Aztec pricess would be added box box-office
office box-office wallop.... Ben Alexand
finally winning a promotion on
"Dragnet." But the just-completed
film won't be seen until
September.... Art Linkletter quip quipping
ping quipping about a vacation in Jamaica:
"I picked up a nice tan but lost
it when I sot mv hotel hill."
All of Shirley Temple's 19 big
Fox movies slated for neighboi neighboi-hood
hood neighboi-hood theaters after four of them
won high TV ratings.... Lee J.
Cobb's acting as the lecherous
father in "The Brothers Karama Karama-zov."
zov." Karama-zov." Maria Schell. the German
imnort. nlavs the Grushenka role
Marjlyn Monroe talked about for
On Ifmn Tj 11 mimi Un.il.n. ...I rt
ov mug. uui cicu uiaiuyki a wig
sle couldnt have stonned Cobb
from stealing the film. Even Oscar-winner
Yul Brvnner comes off
-second best in the acting duel.
Variety Dance Show
By Dorese Waifes
School On CFH-TV
Students from the Dorese Wait-
es School of Dancing will enter
tain with a variety dance program
over CFN Television tomorrow
from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m.
The half hour revue will include
toe, tap, character and acrobatic
"Little Swingsters" a tap dance
featuring Christine Meier. Leo
Wiznitzer and Miriam Gonzalez
will open the show followed by an
"Oriental Dance" with Twinkles
Allen, Patricia Albritton, Gay El Ellen
len Ellen Jones, Carolyn Whitelaw, Ca-
t 1 Ll- T 1 T- 1
roi raroaman, jennie Dianey
Next comes "Tappin' in Style"
by Honey Bailey: JAccordion Solo'
(Oh My Papa) George Garcia;
"Norwegian Danle"; Adele Farb-
man. Sheila Murohv. Beth Sneir.
Jeanine De La Pena, Pamela Hol-
comb, Cheryl Thomas, Vecky
Fall, Nellie Terracma; "Three
Tiny Tappers", Peggy Andrews,
Susan LaBeau, Joana Aries;
"Limber Lassies" (acrobatic)
Lani Vbortmeyer, Janeth Utley;
"Rhythm Tap Dance", Dickie Taf
fe: "Baton Solo Sharon Smith:
"Toe Dance", Patricia Bain; "El
Reloj" on the accordion by
George. Garcia; "Modern Jazz
Dance", Annette Rybicki, Susan
Trim; Phoenix, Julie Hightower,
and Gail Albritton.
They will be accompanied at the
piano by Avinal Ward.
Today's hand was batted back
and forth like a Dine none hail
The bidding and early plays
were nne. west opened the queen
of clubs and continued with the
jack after South ducked. South
won the king and played the ace
to see if the suit would break.
East discarded the queen of
Now South Droeeerieri tn mi
play the spade suit. He led the
king and continued with a low
one. finessing dummy's jack. East
a k;. .. i t i ...
uaou ma quceu auu lea we JSOK
of hearts. South won in dummy
and played dummv's are of
East discarded a diamond and
now the hand should have been
set. However, it was the turn o.
the defense to slip.
South played the nine of
spades and discarded his last
club. East let a heart go and
West won. West could have play played
ed played any red card at this point and
South would have been a dead
duck but the temptation to cash
his good club was irresistible. He
led the good club and East was in
the clutches of a pseudosqueeze.
He studied awhile and finally
let another heart go whereupon
South discarded his low diamond
and made the rest of the, tricks.
How did South misplay the
spadf? He should have made a
Safety play by cashing the ace
and king rather than finessing
jack. In this event he would hava
wound up with four spade ticks
and at least four odd.
Of course that would be ex
tremely lucky but the point is that
South would surely have made
the hand except against four or
five spades to the queen-ten in' the
East hand and there would con
tract against either of those com
S This or is
8 He had the
lead in a
12 Operatic sole
13 King (Fr.)
14 Genus of
1$ Surf noise
21 Goddess of
28 Fall flower
31 British money
32 Upper limb
38 Get up
39 School (Fr.)
48 "My Gal
47 Solar disk
51 Gull-like bird Iff
53 Allowance for BT
55 Note in
4 New Guinea
Piece of baked 27 Remain
1 1 German eity 37 School
19 Declared blackboards
20 Kept back 38 Lessen
23 Givers 40 Puff up
25 Kind of bomb 43 Capable
8 May (Fr.)
10 Opposed to
33 One who
45 Icelandic tale
50 Female saint
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Pope Blesses Group
Bound For Lourdes
To Open Basilica
VATICAN CITY, March 25 -(UP)
Pope Pius XII today re
ceived in special audience mem
bers of the International Commu Commute
te Commute for the Centenary Celebration
The audience took place in the
Hall of the Little Throne.
The delegations of some 30 per persons
sons persons was headed by Msgr. George
Roche, secretary-general of the
Also present were the pilots oi
the French aircraft that was to
fly to Lourdes this afternoon tak taking
ing taking Angelo Cardinal Roncalli, who
wi l represent the Pope at the
inauguration of the Leurdes Basi
lica dedicated to Pius X.
Members o the committee will
travel aboard the same plane.
The Pope delivered a brief
Crowe Refuses To Disbar Attorney
Who Concealed Libel Conviction
Judge Gruthrie F. Crowe has ai oath, and Judge Crowe ruled this
lana :iaim immaterial, stating
O The hiririina ho u
East South West North
I You, South, hold:
What do you do?
"us type of hand is to sit back.
The bidding continues with
one no-trump by West and passes
"J fbw ana tsast. What
u jvu uu now?
dismissed a suit by the
one Bar Association to have a
Washington lawyer disbarre
from practice in the U.S. District
of the Canal Zone.
The Bar Association filed suit
Oct. 5, 1956 against Charles Henry
It charged that when Flasphal
er petitioned tor admission to
the local bar on Jan. 21, 1944, he
concealed the fact he had been
convicted in November 1933, in
Steuben Country, N. Y., of crim criminal
inal criminal likol. Th New York court
had sentenced Flasphaler to
four months in jail plus a $500
Flasphaler was serving with he
the armed forces on the Canal Zone
when he applied for admission to
the bar. It was granted July 17,
His conviction in Steuben Coun
ty came to light in 1952 when he
applied for admission to practice
before the U. S. Circuit Court
of Appeals for the District of
Theareafter some correspondence
was exchanged between the lo local
cal local U.S. District Court fpr the Ca
nal Zone and the Committee on
Admissions and Grievances of the
Court of Appeals. But some four
years elapsed before the local
bar association was informed of
the situation in June 1956.
In fighting his case, Flasphal Flasphaler
er Flasphaler alleged that in making his
application he had told C. T. Mc
Cormick, Clerk of the Court
here, of his conviction in New
York State and was told "You
have nothing to worry about.
McCormick denied this under
Flasphaler was a graduate
lawyer at the time of making the
application with full training m m-matters
matters m-matters of lwgal responsibilities...
which was further demonstrated
by his ability to pass the bar ex examination.
amination. examination. He cannot take refuge
in the defense that the Clerk of
the Court advised him to make a
false application oven though it
were an uncontradicted fact.'
Judge Crowe cited legal preced
ent supporting a stand that pas
sage of time does not act as r
barrier in proceeding in the Canal
Zone to disbar an attorney. He
also nottV that the Court may con consider
sider consider particular circumstances.
Then the ruling held:
"For the Court to go bsk four fourteen
teen fourteen years to the t.te of the ap
plication of despondent and disbar
him for making a false statement
concerning me commission ot a
misdemeanor that did not involve
moral turpitude in the light of the
time limitation fixed by Congress
in both civil and criminal matters
would seem to be unfair and un unjust.
just. unjust. "This Is partlcualrly true with
.the judges otf the Court of the
Canal Zone having had some
knowledge of the matters since
at least four and one-half years
before the commencement of
the proceedings and the lack of
proof of any other misconduct on
the part of the responennt eith either
er either before or since his admission
to the bar."
The Court also took note that
Canal Zone Bar Association was
acting properly initiating the
Viet Nam Pledge
Peace For Region
MANILA, March 25 (UP)-Vie!
Nam and the Philippines have
pledged their mutual support to
help preserve peace in southeast
Asia, according to an official com
munique issued today.
Republic of Viet Nam President
Ngo Dinh Diem left today with
his nine-man party by a specially
chartered plane or Saigon, end ending
ing ending a five-day state visit to the
The communique, issued jointly
by Malacanang palace and the
local Vietnamese embassy at the
end qf Dient's visit, said the two
heads of state conferred on the
current international situation
particularly on "the political pro-
Diems ot southeast Asia.
The communique said Diem
and President Car'os P. Garcia
pleged their mutual support to the
end that "the peoples of this re region
gion region (southeast Asia) could devote
more of their energy and a forts
to the farther development of
their economy and the elevation
of their standard of living."
Bl mm r
Inspired by Paris, the trans-
lation from the French into
distinctively American Fash Fashions.
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A complete Selection of
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Underdog In Race
WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
Reports trom California indie
ate that Senate Republican leader
William F. Knowland is going into
the campaign for Governor of his
home state as the underdog. He is
not accustomed to the roie.
If he should be retired to pri
vate life his departure from the
political scene would leave a void
to be filled in the leadership of
the conservative wing of the GOP
No potential successor is yet in
Knowland decided last year
against seeking another term in
the Senate. His later announce
ment that he would be a candi candidate
date candidate for Governor was widely re
garded as a move to set up a
stronger political base from
which to launch a campaign for
the 1960 Gop presidential nomination.
While he has stopped .short of
Gen. Shermas s disavowal be has
since convinced almost everyone
he will not complete with his fel fellow.
low. fellow. Californian, Vice President,
Richard M. Nixon, for the 1960
Meanwhile, however, California,
Democrats have developed great
er unity and real optimism about
their changes of winning the gov
ernorship and picking up congres congressional
sional congressional seats in the election lnext
Polls have shown Knowland
trailing his prospective Democra Democratic
tic Democratic opponent State Attorney Gen-
1 i V, T
erai cmiuuna u. Brown.
Named to a Senate vacanev In
1945 Knowland was elected tn a
full term in 1946 when he defeated
the Democratic candidate bv a
margin oi more than quarter
ot a minion vots.
He was a shnn-in in whan
be won both the GOP and Demo
cratic nominations under Calif
ornia's cross-filing system.
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ANGLO-PANAMANIAN SOCIETY TO HONOR
AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
The Anglo-Panamanian Society will hold a reception at the
Union Club in Panama this evening from 6:30 until 8:31 in hon hon--
- hon-- or of the British Ambassador and Lady Henderson.
The occasion is in recognition of the K.B.E., Order of the
' British Empire, conferred on the Ambassador this year.
Members of the Society and their wives will attend.
J The new Ambassador of Ecua
; dor in Panama, General Gabriel
i Briceno Pacheco, arrived Sunday
I He was accompanied by his fami-
Cocktail Buffet Honors
I CWO and Mrs. Willi.m 0. Har Har-iris
iris Har-iris entertained at a cocktail buf buf-(
( buf-( fet supper at their quarters in
Tort Claytor recently.
Honored Guests were Capt. and
iMrs. Victor Fernandez and Lt.
jand Mrs. Edward Tates who are
leaving shortly for a tour ot duty
in the States.
Emblem Club Preionts
t The ballroom of tHe Tivoli Guest
! House took on the air of spring
Thursday evening when a group
of lovely models from Panama and
the Canal Zone presented the lat
' i r l-1 u.. ... ...Ikh .nl
esi lasniuns iu we new atu'"B
ors from Felix Maduro, Sarah
Fashions, and Mottas. Especially
attractive were the Easter hats
from Sarah Fashions.
, The fashion show was sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the iBalboa Emblem Club
which is a non-sectarian organi organisation
sation organisation composed of wives, daught daughters,
ers, daughters, and mothers of members of
the Elks Club. All proceeds of the
ichib's activities go to various char charities
ities charities in Panama and to selected
activities in the Canal Zone.
Dr. Morris Will
Study At Columbia
Dr. V. L. Morris, the district
dentist at Gatun, will be on vaca
tion from April 1 to May 15. He
plans to do postgraduate work at
Columbia University in New York.
I Mrs. Morris is now attending the
SHIRTS made to measure
at the well known
Opposite the Lux Theatre
Sell tickets for
TEENO BOOSTER DANCE
Call or see Mr. Meyes Slotkin
Tel. 2-3407, TENNO
That sells most tickets will
be awarded a portable radio
& Accord Player combination
Sj let's ffo TEENQ'S
"SELL SELL TICKETS"
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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tone) ...April 2
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Former Zone Couple
Parents of Son
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Haydel
of New Orleans, La., are the par parents
ents parents of a son, Kenneth Francis,
born March 1 in New Orleans. The
baby is their first son and second
child. Mrs. Haydel is the former
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs,
Albert Saarinen of Balboa and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward H. Haydel oi
Mrs. Saarinen returned on
Thursday after a month's visit with
her daughter in New Orleans and
a visit to Miami.
Guests From Cuba
Visit Dixon at Fort Kobbo
Captain and Mrs. James H. Dix Dix-nn
nn Dix-nn nf Fort Knhbp had as their
guests ii the weekend. Mf. and
Mrs. Harley Johnson of Guant; Guant;-namo
namo Guant;-namo Bay. Cub?. The Johnsons
made the round trip on th USS
Will Visit Casta Rica
Mrs. Francis A. Reimann of
Curundu will leave tomorrow for
a visit with her family in Costa
Curundu Women To Hold
The Curundu Women's Club will
hold a card party at the home of
Mrs. Lily Blumberg m curundu
on Wednesday morning. Guests
Vacationing In Boquet
Among recept guests at the Pa Pans
ns Pans monte Inn at Boquete have
been Miss Nancy Hart and Miy
Arlene Nyman from New Orleans;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McRavp"
for the Canal Zone, and. Miss Dia Diana
na Diana Vergara, Mtss Qlga D i a 7
Messrs. Rodolfo Garcia de Pare Pare-des.
des. Pare-des. Rodolfo Estripeaut, Alejan
dro de la Guardia, Jr.. anH Manuel
Orellana from Panama City.
The Hugh M. Linn's
Announce Birth of Sen
Mr and Mrs, Hueh M. Linn o'
Margarita are the parents of a son
born Sunday at the coco soio Hos
pital. The baby, wno win De nam named
ed named John McAllister for Mr. Linn's
late father, is the second son and
Mr. Edward B. Webster of Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli is recovering after surgery
at Gorgas Hospital on Friday. He
is employed in a civilian capacity
with the navy at Rodman. Friends
may visit him m ward four.
Announce Birth of Sen
Mr. ancTHrsV Richard- Marcial
Lomedico of Panama announce
the birth of their first child, a son
. .Mirch 27
.... April 10-
O CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Richard Marcial Jr., on March 17
at Panama Hospital. Mrs. Lome Lome-dico
dico Lome-dico is the former Sharon Lea
Hammond. Sharing honors as
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lomedico of Panama an:'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammond
Viewed By Crowd
At Flower Show
Several hundred persons were
present at the YMCA-USO Its
evening when Mrs. Truman H.
Landon cut the ribbon to official
ly open the flower show which had
been arranged by members of
Mrs. Pat Morgan's latest class in
Judge Guthrie Crowe was pre present
sent present and presented the prizes to
the winners who had been select
ed by a panel of judges earlier
in the day.
Awards were made ra four class classes.
es. classes. In cut flowers Yvonne Nunn
placed first; Caleria Wells, sec second,
ond, second, and Elvira M. Dejernette,
third. Temple Plowman, Rachc)
Dickerson, Ruth Wallace and A A-nita
nita A-nita Bell received honorable men mention
tion mention in this class.
For their arrangements of fruits
and vegetables, Rachel Dickerson
received first prize; Mildred Hie.a Hie.a-cl.
cl. Hie.a-cl. second, and Milmar Myers,
In the dried (and exotic subjects
class, first prize went to Elaine
Barnes, second to Galeria Wells,
and third to Anita Bell. Helen Mer Mer-cooloff
cooloff Mer-cooloff received honorable men mention.
tion. mention. For the special occasion table
arrangements, with a- committee
in chftge of each table, first prize
was awarded to the buffet table,
first prize was awarded to the buf buffet
fet buffet table, Temple Plowman, chair chairman;
man; chairman; second place to the wedding
tea table, Helen Bowser, chair chairman;
man; chairman; while the formal dinner
table, Mrs. J. H. Barfield, chair chairman,
man, chairman, placed third.
Judges who placed the ribbons
earlier in the afternoon, were Mrs.
Tina Hamilton, Mrs. Haydee Sues Sues-cum.
cum. Sues-cum. and Mrs. Helyn Utley.
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"GAY CROONERS TO
The Gay Crooners and other
artistes are stremously rehears rehearsing
ing rehearsing for their third floor show;
"Jail House Kock to be pre presented
sented presented in the Gamboa Theater on
There will be seven production
numbers: "Thiefing Calamity."
Belly Woman" "Night Club Jam
boree", "TttmXft Strikes
Twice and d
i Among the artistes making part
in the show are Ziggy and Zaggy,
The Sattelight Boys. Costa and
Virginia and the Moonneans,
There will be two shows, at 6
p.m. and 9 p.m.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I.. March 25.
(UP) March 23 is an ea3y date
or the family of Vincent Monti
Yesterday a daughter was born
to the Montis. Their first daugh
ter was born on March ?3 and
Monti and' his wife were born on
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Local WO AFSCME
A general meeting of Local 900,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO will be held
tomorrow night at 7; 30 m Parai
The Isthmian Toastmasters Club
will meet April 1 at 6:30 in the
Fern Room of the Tivoli Gues,
The following members arc
scheduled to speak: H. Armitage.
Richard Stemper, Gibb Stuckey, Al
France. Alfred lerrazas, and A
Alexander. Toastmaster will be
Keith York. Miles Gehm wilt lead
the round table discussion as to topic
pic topic master.
Guests are invited to attend.
To Moot In Colon
The Soroptomists Club of Colon
will meet Wednesday evening at
7:30 at the Hotel Washington.
Kohler Co. Reports
Despite Long Strike
WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
-The Kohler Co. said today is
production was better than ever
despite the violence rjdden, Unit United
ed United Auto Workers' iour-year old
strike against it.
The Wisconsin plumbing ware
firm said it was also "holding its
own competitively" despite the
UAW's national boycott against
Kohler genera counsel Lucius
P. Chase told the Senate Rackets
Committee in a 44-page statement
the Kohler Co. has been able to
persevere despite the strike be because:
cause: because: It has "the finest work force
in our history, mostly veteran
The boycott has both hurt and
helped sales. Lost orders have
"been more than offset bv other
business (received) directly as a
result of the stand" the company
has taken during the labor dis dispute.
pute. dispute. Lyman Conger, Kohler manage
ment committee chairman, to'd
the committee the company has
won the strike and overcome, the
Asked if he thought there no
longer was ahy need to bargain
with the UAW, he replied: "We
are always .willing to entertain
the idea of ending the strike."
But he said the company would
not negotiate a new contract with
the UAW on grounds the union no
longer represented a majority of
Chase and Conger testified as
the committee's investigation of
the marathon moved into its fifth
week with the end not de inltely
Committee Chairman John L
McClellan said he didn't "see
much chance" of the investigation
ending this week as he had
hoped. But Sen. Barry Goldwater
(R-Ariz.), a committee member,
said he thought the investigation
could be concluded tomorrow or
Thursday with the testimony of
UAW, President Walter Reuther
and kohler President Herbert V.
Reuther yesterday proposed
that the strike be settled by sub submitting
mitting submitting it to arbitration by- for former
mer former Wisconsin Gov. Walter J.
Kohler, a nephew of the compa company's
ny's company's president.
Ground At Houston
HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) Two
huge ships an American tanker
and a Norwegian freighter
rammed into each other in the
Houston ship channel early today,
then both vessels ran aground.
No injuries to crew member! of
either vessel were reported.
The ships were tic Albert E.
Watts and the Norwegian freight freighter
er freighter Melross. The Watts belongs to
Sinclair Refining Co.
Capt. E. J. Johnson of New
York, skipper of the Watts, re reported
ported reported both vessels re floated
with the tide abdut 8 a.m., but
that a survey of damage wou'd
have to be made before it could
be known if either ship would go
into drydock for repairs.
The tanker was outbound for
New York with a full cargo of
petroleum products, and carried
a crew of 44. The freighter was
coming up the ship channel to
CALIFORNIAN DISS IN ITALY
VENICE, Italy (UP) Araer Araer-can
can Araer-can tourist Oil r -ve-n Noyes, 53,
of Palos Verdei, Lot Ang",'
died of a hcari a ae i his sleep
at a hotel here yesterday.
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PREPS FOR TV Panama's First Lady Mrs. Mercedes de la Guardia (left), Miss Graciela Remon (right), secretary of the
Panama, Red Cross and Mrs. Thelma Bolado pose with, some of the children cared for by the Red Cross while going over the
format for; a TV show scheduled for Thursday afternoon at 3:15 over CFN-TV. Both Mrs. de la Guardia, president of the
Panama Red Cross, and Miss Remon will be interviewed on "L adies Home Variety Show,!' conducted by Mrs. Bolado, on the
vast operations of the Panama Red Cross.
The Panami Liner Ancon i'
scheduled to sail from New York
today for Cristobal with 35 pa
sengers tor Cristobal and aa pas
sengers booked for Fort-au-r rince
The complete advance passeng
er advance passenger list for
MUa Florence Blatchford: Mr.
Nissim iBtesh; Miss Herlhiia K.
Crespo; Mr. and Mrs. unanes
Epstein; Dr. and Mrs. wuuam &
Ferguson; Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Goldstein; Miss Leonore Holzer;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joyce;! Rich Rich-ar
ar Rich-ar Mallett; Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Moore; Mrs. Ramona Navarro
and Miss Eloisa Navarro.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Orf;
Mrs. Carrie Perkins; Mrs. Helen
L. Smith; Mr. and Mrs, James
Steele; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
E. Thornton; Mrs. Franklin W.
Travis; Mrs. Augustus Walden Walden-burg;
burg; Walden-burg; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
C. Yocum and five children.
. .i t :ri
Bernard J. Zincke. counsel for
the Merchant Marine and Fish.'; -iea
Committee, is among the 83
passengers scheduled to sail fo
Nu Vnrlr tnmorrnw aboard the
'Panama liner Cristobal Zincke ac
companied the Congressional Pa Panel
nel Panel of consultants who spent the
past week on the Isthmus study-
ina Tanal ranaritv niohlpms.
There are no passenger book booked
ed booked for Pot-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for New York follows;
Mr and Mrs. James R. Bearup;
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Carpenter
Jr.; Miss Judith R. Carpenter;
Miss Norma Charles; James Car Carrol;
rol; Carrol; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Colacur Colacur-cio;
cio; Colacur-cio; Elia de Alfaro; Mr. and Mrs.
Than .1 de Salba: Jams Donlan;
Mrs. Oliva Edgerley; Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Epstein; Mr. ana
Mrs. Siegfried Fallenbaum and
three children; Mrt and Mrs.
Michael Fiore; Mrs. Marian V.
Fitzpatrick-; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
H. Hearn, Mrs. Rodney L. Hoare;
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Jones;
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kenigson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Klein; Miss
Marian Klemani and Mr. and rs
Miss Helen M-cGregor Mr.;
anri Mr 'William T. Maggon;
Mr. Lilliam M. Martin: Missl
Ruth V. 'Martin; Mr. Geoffrey
Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T.
elanson; Robert Menzi; Albert
Niggles; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
O'Connors; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Parshall; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pincus; Miss Helen Porteaus.
Mrs. Virginia K. Roberts; Mr.
and ns Herbert E. Rothwell;
S. C. Russell; Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Schulhoff ; Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
Sloan; Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Sollosy; Mr. and Mrs. S. Stein;
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy V- Stras Stras-burger;
burger; Stras-burger; Mrs. Alice E. Sulsman;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toscano;
Mr. and; Mrs. IngersoU D. Town Town-send;
send; Town-send; Mr. and Mrs. Travers A.
Trueblood; Mrs. Ruth P. Vallarl Vallarl-no
no Vallarl-no and three children; Claudette
Villafranca; Mr. and Mrs. Ellery
L. Voge Mrs. Lawrence M. Wll Wll-lson;
lson; Wll-lson; and. Bernard J. Zincke.
VIENNA, March 25 (UP) (UP)-Czech
Czech (UP)-Czech police have arrested an
"anti-Communist terrorist" on a
chargec of murdering a Commu Communist
nist Communist woman party official, the
Prague Communist newspaper
Rude Pravo said today.
It reported the man, Antonin
Landstolf, was head of an under underground
ground underground group working against the
Communist regime. It said he
killed Communist official Anna
Kvasova at Dutna Hora (Kutten
berg) in central Bohemia in 1952.
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through 19 at St. Mary's Hall,
Second Try Made
To Rescue Injured
Man Aboard Vessel
REYKJAVIK, Iceland, March
25 (Ui')-ilie U.S. Air Force
maue its second try in 24 hours
today to rescue a Norwegian
seaman lying injured aboard a
ship trapped in pack ice.
An Air Force Globcmaster took
oh from Keflavik airport near
here at GMT to fly to Mes Mes-tersvig,
tersvig, Mes-tersvig, Greelanu, center of the
Aborau was a hoist1 needed to
make a Sikorsky helicopter oper operational
ational operational for the mercy ilight. The
helicopter was flown to Mesters Mesters-vig
vig Mesters-vig yesterday but because no hoist
was available it could not be put
on its wheels ready for tlight.
Air Force ,otflcials said it war
hoped the helicopter would be
able to take off later this morning
to rescue the injured man from
the freighter Droit. The Drott is
hemmed in by pack ice 625 miles
northwest of Iceland.
Al First Mass In
LOURDES, France, March 25
(UP) American pilgrims arriv arrived
ed arrived today to take part in ceremon ceremonies
ies ceremonies consecrating a vast under-
ound basilica dedicated to rius
The crrnno of Americans disem
barked in Cherbourg from the
Queen Elizabeth yesterday to be
here in time for today's first mass
m the cathedral.
Angelo Cardinal R n c a 1 1 i.
natriarrh nf Venice and soecial
papal representative, opened the
gacona ana nnai aay ui conso conso-cratin;
cratin; conso-cratin; ceremonies shortly after
dReucof saints will bs solemnly
deposited today at altars adorn adorn-ingS
ingS adorn-ingS the world's largpst undsr undsr-ground
ground undsr-ground church which can accom accommodate
modate accommodate 20,000 faithful.
SOCIALISTS WIN VOTE
PNOM PENH, Cambria, March
25 (UP) The Popular Socialis,
Puriv nf rulinc Pi-nice Noroiliii Si
hanouk won all 81 seats in the
nations parliamentary election,
results showed today.
The only Communist candidate
nnlled SIM votes to 13.542 for his
Popular Socialist opponent.
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Of Jesus On Film
Booked At T
A full length religious sound
film will be shown at the Balboa
U.S.Q-Y.M.C.A. on Thursday, a
7:30 p.m. The subject is "I Beheld
The picture Is the story of the
last days of Jesus as told by Corn Cornelius,
elius, Cornelius, the Roman Centurion, wh
heard it from his friend Thomas
.bout the events concerning h
t,ast. Supper, the Trial, Crucifitf
ion and Resurrection.
This Is1 the last in the series t
three cutstanding religious film
show during Lent at the YCA.
The showing on Thursday even evening
ing evening is free and the public is cord cordially
ially cordially invited.
scheduled this year April II
Germany, Mtirch 28
irobably will tour oou.-i AinjjfjRa
and then settle in Switzerland or
France, Iranian Embassy spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen said today.
The officials denied British
newspaper report that the Shah of
Iran has been telephoning Soraya
daily. The report said Soraya re reused
used reused to speak to him. The 'Shah
divorced her. by Tror'Tti'tlo- Mm
wfeks ago bt'H- not yet signed
Ihe divorce papers.
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Opposite the Lux Theatre
VtTttDAY. MARCH U, MSI
THt PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Dulles, Mitchell Spell Out Need
For Foreign Aid As World Bulwark
WASHINGTON. March 25 (tJP)
Two cabinet officers toon i s
offensive against critics of Presi-!
dent Eisenhower's foreign aid a Uand with less safety.
tra programs today. They said Twining made the statement in
nithiki in either urogram woui recent closed-door testimony be-
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles testifying before, we be-1
ate Foreign Rotations Committee,
described the1 $3,900,WMOO a
program as an anti recession1
measure ana saia propim uuues mho me oennie ruicigu
slashes would "cut employment"! Relations Committee every Amer Amer-and
and Amer-and "endanger our security." 'ican wanted "additional roads,
A few hours later. Labor Sec- schools, reclamation projects and
retarv James P. Mitchell told tire, other facilities" here at home.
House Ways and Means Commit- But he said the country will
m aiii i art bp niwri nww w
W12m unber cues
tioning that some Anwricsn
probably have lost their jobs
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Mid MuiT" ., "i,tveig muitary ana economic aia m
tor in the rise of Wffa new iiscal year beginning July
to a 16-year high of 5,W000 in h He mM pfWgm w sn
The labor secretary said this
country's- import and export trade
provided jobs for about 4,500.f
Americans or one out of every 14
workers. He cited this- as prw.
that "foreign trade generates employment."
The House group is considering ers and workerg.
S Sca Trade Ac, ij-jg-J Jf or
controversial pn, which f ace States for th,
rouh ,congreSsona '' 1 product of United States indus-
authorize the Chief Executive to jes Md agrici),ture -cut
tariffs up to 25 per cent, .,To ut these fund5i-- he added
Meantime. Gen. Nathan lT. y be to cut empl))mi!nt
Twining, chairman of the J o i n lMrett homeag weu as endau-
cmefs oi siap, saia juniuua ""
With Wife Over
a-. Ti. MaAm 7ft hr
Kmgfish" of "the Amos 'n' Andy I
a miiaeiMmr tws
taking a shot at his fn-
a quarrel over a roast beef -that
disappeared; from theif refngera
Moore was jailed after the quar-
rel last January. He readily ad-
mitted firing the prttoi.
The bulky W Tre
s m-laws of raiding the wtri-
nr.. hav the charsti!.!"?- ''.?. V""
lrM. f .ssault-with a
y "'V. i- .t b.. fh,
harges later were reduced to il
legally using a firearm in e
The couple since has reconcile reconcile-and
and reconcile-and Mrs. Moore blamed her hus husband's
band's husband's appetite for their diffic diffic-ties.
ties. diffic-ties. She said he ate constantly
and became irate whri he con consumed
sumed consumed a turkey 'dinner then dis discovered
covered discovered the roast beef had dis
Moore horned a not guilty
your honor'1 plea as he entered a
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plea rep. 13 ana suommeu wona war n nero, wii visit
case on the transcript of a pre- West, Poiht soon to make final ai
liminary hearing. j rangements ,or accepting Presi-
Superior Judge Richard C. Fil-1 dent Franklin D. Roosevelt's
dew returned hts verdict after a, standing invitation for him to at-25-minutc
non-jurv trial on the re- tend the military academy.
,in Vk.r Mnore was linr 'I It was after Cf.pt. Colin P. Kel-
$100 and olaced on One-year sum-,ly
Of Stores Planned
WASHINGTON (UP)- A group
the nation's capital has called for
a boycott Qj..nv aowntown stores
The Rev. E. Frank to daK-
son, leadet of the movement, said
206 ministers appealed to their
congregations at services Sunday
join in staying away .from the
eity's fwe largest department
Mores in profit against the stores
reiusal to hke Negro clerks
Jackson said. "This is not a
punitive measure."' He said he
told members of his congregation
to "do all Ae shopping they
want" tomorrow r Fridiy.
But he added, "We want to show
them we have purchasing pow power,
er, power, and get them .to see that the
Negro gets a better break in em employment."
ployment." employment." The board of commissioners,
the governing Jwdy in the District
of Columbia, has been trying to
mediate the dispute. Jackson said
he planned to talk with them
ABG Cuts Back
To Save Losses
NEW YORK (UPKThe Amori Amori-can
can Amori-can Broadcasting Co. radio net
work will cut baet its networkj
pruiiamming ay approximately
50 per cent e fective April S in a
move to reduce losses estimated
at 2 million dollars annually.
Programs will be curtailed
from the present 70 to SO liours
a week to about 35 to 40 hours a
week, the. company announced.
In addition, the network's all all-live
live all-live music shows will be cut back
Irom tlie current 20 hours a wee!;
TBTHye HWITI i Week. The net
wort: also pans to shift its em
ptosis from entertainment fea
tures to news fcnd commentary
WASH1NGTOIN (Un- a grouP'det in ,the U.S. Military Academy
WnV W"4 Poin," Roosevelt wrote.
aid program would force th
country to "aev.se a wnoie new
military strategy" at greater Co
fnfV the Hnnsp Forpisn Affair;
Committee which also is consjd-'
ering the aid program. He said
any strategy DAseo, on an ena 10 ;"" y
the program "would almost l2S?. Sfto iJSESSffi
evttabiy be of the lortress Amer-rPle JS
ka' type." es developed naJiOBs.
we. recklessly tear
,ree world wmcn manes it oossi
ble lor us to enjoy in peace and
the material blemg, we
pprove President Kiienhower.s
jfull S,900,000,000 request for for-
"absolutely essential part" of U.S
The secretary reminded the re recession
cession recession conscious senators that
three-fourths of all foreign aid
iunds are spent in the United
States. He estimated that the
program in 1955 directly provided
fUMl nOO inh nr American farm.
ger our national se purity.'
tn nontral ct naitnn. lit. Inrf,
and to the Communist regimes in
Yugoslavia and Poland.
He said the fall of .ntlii 'o
Communism would be a "com "comparable
parable "comparable blow to the Communists
taking oyer, the mainland oi Chi
na," He added thst Yugoslavia is
"independent of Moscow" and Po Poland
land Poland has shown a "measure ot in
dependence" entitling it to special
iiWe don't ignore humanitarian
,"" "( """i"
M. "We VUJI
-m sentimCTtaK reasons but to
ompte and advance the cause
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"ffct'Hmnting tide has altered
somewhat, thp rnmn'Bvinn nf Pnm
dead-.uij ?w r?r?lyf?."iexie. Rebel leaders had de
,c,,ou; IU -n capuve
Colin Kelly III,
Son Of Hero, May
Enter Wesi Point
iiiuuay aou live ur & men auvai
Marci 25 (UP)- Colin P, Kelly were believed -to have drowned
mt 17 suu. Mi America's -irst
III T .... ... 1 I
Jr., bomber pilot, met a
wrote a letter addressed to "the
President of the U.S. In 1956" in
which he asked that young Kel'v,
called "Corky," be considered i6r
appointment to the academy.
"Consider the merits of a young
American youth of goodly heri heritage.
tage. heritage. .. 'or appointment as a.ca-
Roosevelt's wish will be car
Corky's mother, now Mrs. J.
Watson Pedlow, said that she and
her son would visit West Point
soon to find out more about acad academy
emy academy entrance requirements and
"We just want to find out how
I he quietly and unassumingly can
i enten) est Poinl .. sne
The name Co in P." Kellv went
down in mjlitary annals on Dec.
10, 1941. That was the day young
Corky's father flew a B17 bdmb bdmb-er
er bdmb-er to his death. Keily was ordered
to make a bomb'g run on Ja Japanese
panese Japanese warships off Luzon, Hf the
An Army communique dated
Dec. 10. 1941, said his nlane
; scored three direct hits and two
close alongside a Japanese battle battleship.
ship. battleship. 4
When all the availab'e informa information
tion information was pieced together after the
war, iUwas revealed that the Ja Japanese
panese Japanese ship attacked by Kelly
was a heavy cruiser, which did
not sink. Kelly's plane dropped its
bombs from 22,000 feet. The crew
thought a bomb had struck
squarely amidships, but it had
In any event. Kelly's nlane was
shot up by Japanese iighter
p anes as it returned to base. Kel Kel-iy
iy Kel-iy ordered his crew to jump, and
all of his men parachuted to safe safety.
ty. safety. His body was found later near
the wreckage of his plane.
SPANISH RIBIL DIES
MADRID, March 25 (UP) Li.
Gen. Maximino Barlomeu Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez -Longoria, one o the key
figures of the Spanish Civil War,
was buried here today.
Barlomeu, 70, died yesterday in
a military hospital. He was note:!
as one or tne initiators, aionir
lwlth Generalissimo Francisco
Franco, oi the North African ris
ing that touched off the Spanish
Civil War on the mainland.
countries as Hungary, Poland and
He noted that the Russians "art
ale engaged kr vigorous efforts
to increase their trade with na
tions to all parts of the free
Thus, he said, "we must also
counter the Communist e iorts to
He Will Counter
)ftLft U TLrftll
HAVANA (UP) Cuban Presi President
dent President Fuigencio Batista warned
yserAay he will take whatever
measures are necessary: to coun counter
ter counter a rebel threat of "total war'
a.ier we eno ot obai
i.iaA o 1 1 a nurt pnnfflP
ence in the Columbia Army
Camp to denounce last week's ul ultimatum
timatum ultimatum by rebel leader Fidel
Castro as "arrogant."
(In a manifesto last Monday
Castro called on all Cubans to
stop paying taxes after April 1.
He gave the Cuban armed forces
until April 5 to lay down their
arms or be considered "traitors."
He said judges and civil officials
must resign immediately if they
wanted to keep their jobs after be
Batista said this "so-called reb rebel
el rebel ultimatum is not t e first" the
rebe s have made to his govern government.
ment. government. Batista said his government
is willing to grant a "eneral am am-nestv
nestv am-nestv to its oDDonents prior to the
general elections he has postponea
W0U1U uw una
tion shows good faith."
The opposition must "lay down
its arms and renounce its bloody
plans" before an amnesty will be
granted, the president said.
He said he opposes "ioreign in-
United Nations or the Organize-
: -t Cf .U. 'if tho
"V1 v .f .v..
"Snte Aeuero. brother o
Sovernmenrs candidate for
presiaent m the elections, went
ta Venezuela last
k d rebel thwits
asain.t hi. m'
Conte Aeuero, who has been the
radio "voice" for the opposition
Cuban PeP;e' Party- t0,d United
Press he saw "no hope" for the
uture of bis country.
Victor Pedroso, Havana banker
and member a; the uwuceiMul
mediation commission appointed
by the Roman Catholic Church,
nounced both men as "tools of
Batista," contending their peace
ef orts were a "cover for govern government
ment government machinations to deiraud the
CREW BELIEVED LOST
BREST, France March 25 (UP)
A fishing boat ran aground and
capsized off the port of Loctky
today and live or six men aboard
..it wm. 1 n.
ine vessel, me c oie war, sent
an SOS. A li eboat crew found the
ship bottom up and no sign of
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"JUNGLE SURVIVAL" pointed by Homer Hill (abovo) Is one
of 16 paintings depleting the activities of the Caribbean Air
Command now on display In the ball room of the Tlvoll Guest
House. The paintings' done by six prominent U. 8. illustrators
were accomplished in 1956 during a trip the artists made to
Central and South America. The paintings, part of the USAF
Museum will be on display until April 4. (Official USAF Photo)
MA J. ARTHUR W. DODSON, Operations Officer, J-3, Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters Caribbean Command, is shown receiving a letter of ap appointment
pointment appointment and commission in the Regular Army with the per-,
sonal congratulations of Brig. Oen. Louis V. Hlghtower, chief
of staff of the Caribbean Command. (U.S. Army Photo)
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Glamorous Metropolitan Star
Flies From Place To Place
. By DOC OUICC
NEW YORK (UP) Do you
think of opera stars as ponderous
creatures who live at an 18th
Century pace? Think again, you
Take a look at Mildred Miller,
Metropolitan Opera star. Onelook
at her spells galmour. She's a
beauty with a slim, trim figure
that is build right around a whop whopping
ping whopping but velvety mezzo-soprano
But that is not the subject of
today's sermon. Let us delve, in instead,
stead, instead, into the wy that voice
gets around. Sometimes we just
don't realize what the airplane
hath wrought in terms of world
shrinkage. Miss Miller m o y e s
Her husband is an Air Force
lieutenant onlan.l V.f u..lr i.
. V) .,VVn ill
and week out, she averages twice
or three times as many hours in
the air as he does. Each year
after a three-month Net! Vnrir
Stay with the Met, she embarks
on a dizzying concert whirl that
is hard to believe.
! Even Movs Home
Take last summer. In June she
was in Washinaton. All rpaHo
Go. For concerts, she flew to
Frankfurt, Germany, Stuttgart,
Germany, back to Washington for
three days; to Ipswich, Mass., to
Vancouver, B.C., to San Francis
co ana men back to Washington.
Her husband was being trans transferred
ferred transferred from the Pentapnn tn Hon.
ver. She packed, moved the
nousenom to Denver, hopped to
Brevard, N.C., for a concert and
then returned to Denver for four
weeks of homebodying.
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F. Knowland (R-Calif.). on the
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have to accelerate production ol
missile, anrl nfa
MOSCOW Unitd Nation.
Secretary General Dag Hammai
sKjoia, in saying he felt optimistic
about his chances of helping re relieve'
lieve' relieve' East-West tensions:
"You've got to be optimistic".
BEVERLY HILLS. Calif-Slnu.
er Eddie Fisher, after spending
tne day with Elizabeth Taylor,
whose husband Mike Todd was
killed Friday in plane crash:
"She's going to be all right.
She's i stepped calling-, for hip
TOKYO (UP)-The Kyodo News
Agency said today 164 fa mi lie:
committed suicide in Japan dur during
ing during the first two months of 1958,
an average of three a day.
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Then, like a bolt, she was off to
New York for the Ed Sullivan TV
show, then back to Stuttgart for
two weeks, back to Denver for
one night. Next day, Klamath
Fails, Ore., and, every other day
thereafter, concerts in this order:
Palo Alto, Calif., San Angelo,
Tex., Chicago, New Oneans, Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ga., Waycross, Gas., Hick Hickory,
ory, Hickory, N.C., and into New York for
the Voice of Firestone program.
This is just a cross section.
The movement seems to be al almost
most almost perpetual. I caught this
fleeting lark as she buzzed into
New York one morning during a
No Rest on Road
"Onlv had three hours sleen
she said. "Hotels! Hotels! They
have no snunrinrnnfiiioi This man
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this morning he was so happy happy-he
he happy-he woke me up whistling in the
next room. And men's conversa conversations!
tions! conversations! Thev're riearltv All niohl
long they keep it up-Mardi Gras
"War and conventions seem; to
have something in mmmnn
feeling of everything goes. The
nieeisesi or men Decome demons
at conventions. A singer is sup-
DOSed tn set hpr rest at ni.ht
she'll have a beautiful fresh voice
ror tne concert next day. Oh, that
from last night?" I asked.
"Kinaton, n.c." she said. "Had
a concert. And .before that I was
in Kentlirkv. and hoCnu. W
Kansas, and before that, Arkan-
Army Will Offer
Sale On April 7
The U.S. Army Caribbean pro property
perty property disposal officer announced
today that 50 items of foreien ex
cess personal property will be
ptacea on sate April 7. Bids will
be opened at 9:30 a.m. on the
morning oi the sale In the bid
room at building 706, Corozal.
Several lots of miscellaneous
equipment are being offered for
sale. Also one brake drum univer universal
sal universal lathe, less eauioment. and nn
sur luce grinder will be disposed
ot. All property is located at build building
ing building 713, Corozal. It may be inspect
ed on weekdays, except houdays,
between the hours of 7:30-11:30 a.
m. am? 3:30 D.m. until the morn
ing Of the sale. Further informa information
tion information mav be obtained bv contact
ing the property disposal office
at telephone 85-4149.
Are you kokmi for a fine
Visit the D E L U X E
Opposite the Lux Theatre
"Mercy sakes. You pausing
"Goodness, so." said thp IovpIt
ladv. "I'm leavine tomorrow for
Newfoundland. Got to get my
nair done now. See you around.
It has just been
The Forniture and
Home Furnishing Store
4th of July Ave. & H St."
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. MAKCS 25, 19
Fraley Predicts Knockout Victory For Robinson 1
Al Corsale Medalist With 7Thinks Sugar Ray
Esso Golf Tourney Semi finds
Coming Weekend At Panama
In Mercurio Juvenia Tourney
Lower Boom In Seventh
TLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standing March 22)
Mutual of Omaha
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i Thursday afternoon the Elks won
their fifth game of the second half
by downing the Pirates 13 to 4. John
Sanders, the Elks twirler won his
fitfh game when he went the route
and limiteu ine ruw
Tommy Hickey started on the
mound for the Pirates and gave
up' 5 runs on 3 hits and 7 walks m
iiTj i inninoc hp worked. Stan
me mice "'"." "-: j
Mdtta took over in the fourth and
finished up tor me nraies.
At bat Hermie Henriquez led
with two doubles followed by Dou Dou-gi
gi Dou-gi Alberga and Jerry Pabon who
each hit safely twice. Of interest
was the Elks' fifth inning where
they scored eight runs without a
, the box score:
Metta-lb, p 2sl
Mirray-2b S 0
Hdnriquez-ss 3 l
Alberga-Sb 3 0
Hfckey-p, lb 3 0
Christoph-c 8 1
Shelley-rf J I
Physicians To Check
Use Of Coagulants
CHICAGO (UP) Ring physi physicians
cians physicians have been ordered to climb
into the corners Tuesday night
during the Carmen Basilio-Sugar
Ray Robinson title fight and pre prevent
vent prevent the use of any forbidden co coagulants
agulants coagulants on face cuts.
r hairman Frank Gilmer of the
Illinois State Athletic Commission
made that disclosure today and
added, "It will be the first time
in boxing history for such preven preventive
tive preventive action."
Drs. Irving Slott and John Prib Prib-ble
ble Prib-ble will do the policing during
this return 15-round match at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Stadium in which 36 or 37-year-old
Robinson tries to recap recapture
ture recapture the 160-pound crown from 30
year-old Basilio. 1
"We are doing this to prevent
any possible repercussions in case
either fighter suffers face 'cuts,"
Gilmer explained. "We believe
t the managers of Basilio and
Robinson have been making
mountains out of molehill with
their shouts about cuts, but we're
taking no chances."
George Gainford, acting manag manager
er manager for Robinson, twice asked Ga Gainer
iner Gainer during the past week to pre
vent Basilio's handlers from us using
ing using a blood-stopper that allegedly
nnntainpn cniuruiumi ouu
(hen rubbed from jsasiuos
jived brows onto Robinson's nose
ig clinches in then Hgni lasi
Member, "almost stupiiied and
aided him." i
J Sugar Ray appeared today as a
P5 underdog in the betting.
;prnm'oter Jim Norris reported
ah advance Bale of $275,000 and
aid. "we're still shooting for
laoo.ooo. but I'm berinning to
! dbubt that we'll make it."
60c. TAPiAV 7 00
30c. I UUH 1 9.00
ONE DAY RELEASE!
GLYNIS JOHNS in
ALL MINE TO fclYt"
$1.10 per CAR!
ANTHONY QUINN in
with Burt Lancaster
KNOCK ON WOOD
th Danny Kaye
Brooks N. ss
Brooks, R. cf
Score by innings
Pirates 2. 0
Elks 0 3
The Coca Cola Bottlers and the
Police Pals staged a preview of
the coming play-off when they
met on Saturday afternoon with
the Police winning 8 to 2 behind
the no-hit pitching of Kenny Kar Kar-pinski
pinski Kar-pinski had a no hit, no run, no
man reach first game going, but
lost his control in the fourth and
the Cola men scored twice. Ken Kenny
ny Kenny also led the stickers with two
doubles in his three trips. s
Coca Cola sent a young team to
the field and outside of a bad
first inning, they did very well.
Terry Tobin started his first game
as a pitcher and was the loser, but
he showed great promise for next
The box score:
Coca Cola AB H E
Williford-2b 2 0 0 0
Roscoe-2b s 10 0 0
Tobin-p 3 0 0 1
Campbell-lb 3 0 0 0
McClelland-ss 2 10 2
Gnffon-B; If e 110 2
Bender-lf 1,0 d 0
Conley-3b 10 0 0
Griffon-H. rf 10 0 1
McLean-rf 0 0 0 0:
Hutcmngs-c s 2 0 0 0
McLeed-cf 2 0 0 0
Totals If 1 I i
Ab R HE
Score by innings
Coca Cola 0 0 0 0 2 02
(0 3 0 x 8 10
The Atlantic Little Leaeue will
hold a meeting on Wednesday
evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Mar
garita Service Center.
The main purpose of this meet
ing will be to discuss the new cut
off age date, which has been pro
posed lor the Atlantic Little
All interested parties are invit
ed, to attend and particularly the
parents of Little Leaguers whose
birthdays fall in the months of
Aprrl, May, June and July.
Other business to be handled
will be the details connected with
the play-offs and the awards
dinner for the 1958 Little League
The play-offs have been schediil
ed to take place on Friday, March
za, at 4:3U p.m., Saturday, March
29, at 3:30 p.m. and if a third
game is necessary on Tuesday
April 1, at 4:30 p.m. The 1958
championship contenders will be
Howard Wills Police Pals, winner
of the half and the Art Wilder
managed Coca Cola Bottlers who
won the second half.,
The awards dinner will take
place on Friday evening April 11
at 6 p.m. at the Margarita Service
tenter. The community is invit
ed and tickets may be procured
irom any Little Leaguer.
TODAY ENCANT0-. 25
Van Heflln in
THE GOLDEN MASK"
John Bentlev in
Open at 3:00 p.m.
Show of The "8"
FACE IN THE
with Patricia Neal
BAND OF ANGELS
with Clark Gabie
Panama Golf Club s Al Corsale's
71 over the Summit Hills Go'i
course stood up against almost
200 challengers for medalist spot
in the 1958 Mercurio Juvenia watch
golf tournament. Carsale played
his qualifying round early in the
week giving almos. all golfers
.something to beat.
Corsale s one over par round was
one shot better than the 72 turned
in by Tony Jankus.
Listed below are the first round
pairings. First round matches
must be played by Sunday, March
Al Corsale (71) vs R. W. Kapp
T. Jacks (74) vs A. F. Stubb
H. Bell (73 vs F. Moran (77).
R. Collins (76) vs E. Schlegel
T Jankus (72) vs J. T. Dou-
E. Wyaocki (74). vs T. Conno.
W. LeBrun (74) vs W. Hearne
J. Hinkle (76) vs J. E. Smith
D. Leonard (79) vs. t. F. K.
P. R. Crush (80) vs W. A. May
Jr. (84). c
R. McAmis (79) vs M. Muller
H. Mahone (H vs B. Elicti
J. Whitelaw (79) vs A. Kline
Frank Day &W) vs Dr. Masse
CAmpton (10) vt H. F. Bono-i
J. I. Kincaid (81) vs W. L. Wick-
H. L. Lehman
Mike Greene (82) Vs A. C
R. W. Wickihstad (81) vs R. s.
H. Engelke (82) Vs H. Peranict
W. A. Dutfus (80) vs H. Errhalt
L meter (82) vs E. H. Drew
L. C- Wood (81), vs H. Dockery
J. Olson (),v w. Bliss
w; De LaMater ('.) va..E. Stern
J. E. Cavanagft () vs W. D.
M. L. McCuUough (84) vs W.
W. S. Wiggs (80) vs S. R. John Johnson
son Johnson (89).
E. M. Turko (83) vs J. Hawkin-
W. D. Akers (88) vs N. B. Sfe-
J. A. Smith (84) vs B. Swenson
R. P. Knock (87) vs A. f. Ve
R. Waitws (Mrvs S. B. Purdie
C. Sorrell 90)- H. W. Emer
son (94). v
E. P. Kelly (87) ti T. K. La La-Chanelle
Chanelle La-Chanelle (92)
P. Rankin (91) vs M. Kaplan
, ;' '
John SaRerio (87) vs S. C. TJn-
coln (92). . m t
H. A. Shoff (90) vs E. T. B. Sul
R. Butler (87) vs Joe Salterwj
J. Hernandez Sr. (91) vs J. F
Are you looking -lor a fine
Visit the DE LUXE
Opposite the Lttx Theatre
UNDER THE GUN
with Rlchnjd Conte
with Rock Hudson
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) The road
show of "Carmen" goes before a
tpugh second-night audience in
The first time around, they re rewrote
wrote rewrote the script. Carmen, instead
of being tragically "moidered."
startled the demon drama critics
oy winding up m a warning posi-
There is a suspicion here that
they'll get back to (fee original
theme this time and Carmen will
end up on the deck.
Carmen, of course, being Car Carmen
men Carmen Basilio. And the' role of Don
Jose, who in iBizet's tragic opera
does Carmen in with all the fi finesse
nesse finesse of Murder, Inc., will again
be played by that gladitorial
Thespian, Sugar Ray Robinson.
Originally Pour Acts
The bit about the gypsy who
toyed with. Don Sugar Ray's. feel feelings
ings feelings originally was written in four
acts. The last time it went 15 and,
while this was longer than antici anticipated,
pated, anticipated, there is a feeling here that
Don Jose Robinson will pull the
stiletto this -time around about the
Reviews of the premiere by this
cast as usual gave Carmen the
best of the going. When last pre presented
sented presented at the Met, by less mus
cular if more articulate and pret
tier professionals, the drama critics-wrote:
"On a canvas crowded with
movement and colorful personali personalities,
ties, personalities, Carmen was the dominant
Ernie Banks Making Other
Home Run Sluggers Look
Sick In Spring Training
By JOHN GRIFIN
NEW YORK, March 25 -(UP)-For
a guv who insists that he's
just looking for "base hits" this
ear, Ernie Banks, of the Chicago
ubs sure Is making the other
home run sluggers in spring train
ing look sick.
Banks, who has hit more hom
ers in one season than any short shortstop
stop shortstop in big-league history, wallop
ed his eighth fourmaster of the
year to lead the Cubs in a wild
13-8" victory Monday over the
Cleveland Indians at Mesa, Ariz.
That puts Skinny Ernie way
ahead in the Grapefruit League's
Banks banged No. 8 in the first
innbig with two on to touch off a
12-run rally the biggest inning
by any team this spring.
The second time up in the same
frame, the 32-year-old shortstop
doubled to drive in two more run runners,
ners, runners, a total of five runs-batted-in
for the inning. If this had been
a regular season game, that
would nave heen only one short of
the modern big-league record for
RBI'S in. a single frame.
Pretty hefty hitting tor a guy
who announced ust last week,
'I'm going to go for the base
hits this year and if the home
runs come, that will be ust so
t Actually, vou can see whv th
wants a tew more base hits. He's
just, missed the .300 circle three
straight times with averages of
296, .297, and .285.
If he can hold close to hi an-
omer ugures tor the 1957 season
43 homers and 102 runs batted
in and lift his average over .300,
W Team Stretches Unbeaten String
As Pucek Wins Softball League Debut
.Manager Willie Parcells and his
Boite W softball team today were
unanimous in agreement that their
club still enjoys an unbeaten sta
tus mainly because of the specta
cuiar relief pitching turned in last
nigm aama Kita Dan parK ny a
stocjey red-haired U.S. Army ser
geant named Melvin Pucek.
Boite W defeated d e f en d i n g
champs Maurieio 10-7 in eight in
nings before a large crowd.
Making bis debut in the Pana
ma Softball League, Pucek came
to the box in the fourth inning to
quell an uprising' with his team
trailing 7-3, and he hurled score
less ball the rest of the way,
Boite W had got off to a good
start with three runs in the top of
the 1st. inning but Maurieio plat
ed six tallies in their half of the
initial frame to take a 6-3 margin.
The losers threatened again Li
the bottom of the fourth when they
got another, marker, off starter Ed
dy Morrell, who was yanked in
that frame for Pucek.
I Four W tallies in the top of the
fifth deadlocked the score at 7-7
and to it remained until the top
of eighth when Maurieio starter
Lew Ihlzinger, who went all the
way, gave up three runs, most
ly through his wildness.
Pucek held Maurieio at bay In
the lower half of the eighth as
Boite W picked up their ninth con consecutive
secutive consecutive triumph. Each team gam
ered six safeties.
Sloppy fielding on both sides mar
This held for the first amateur
night show at Yankee Stadium
last September when CarirV.n of
the Basilios held perfectly to the
script as far as making a bum
out of Don Jose Robinson. But
then the plot went all haywire
and Carmen copped the Duke, all
of vhich must have come as a
great surprise to Escamillo, the
toreador who all down through
operatic history has seen his be beloved
loved beloved Carmen take the count.
Quito a Reversal
No report is available on how
the elite of the diamond horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe took this history-making and
precedent-shattering upset. But to
the lads who fill the bronze horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe at Dempsey's it was quite
a reversal of form.
Things won't be entirely as
written, even if Don Jose Robin Robinson
son Robinson gets the opera back to normal
by lowering the boom on Carmen.
In Bizet's original, the artful
aria which brings house down
is the "Toreador Song." The mel melody
ody melody this time will be the "Cash
Register Calypso," Some afficio-
nadoes suggested, mat this was
the underlying theme the last
time and that Don Jose Robin
son was so enthralled with the ob obligate
ligate obligate hat he felt obliged to with withhold
hold withhold the accepted coup de grace
which usually removes Carmen
from the opera house premises.
One thing can be said for cer certain.
tain. certain. Carmen likes the new way
the opera ends and will struggle
manfully to keep from going back
to the hackneyed finale of old.
it could pay off in all sorts of
awards. Who knows? It might
even lift the Cubs out of last
Yesterday was a day Cubs hit
ters are likely to remember fond
W some hot summer day when the
hits are hard to get. Not only did
,the varsity have a 12-run inning
out ine a team got eight m
one frame, the third, to beat the
Indians' B team, 8-7.
The Baltimore Orioles also
made news on a generally rainy
day at the camps by purchasing
intieider roster tastleman from
the San Francisco Giants for an
estimated $30,000 for what manag manager
er manager Paul Richards called "infield
insurance." Castleman, 27. has
been hampered by bad knees in
the past efforts to make the
Giants but has been hitting this
spring with nine blows in 12 at at-bats.
bats. at-bats. Rain wiped out five scheduled
exhibitions. Besides the Cubs -Indians,
the only other played
saw the Cincinnati Redlegs come
from behind -with three runs off
l'om Qualeters in the sixth to
beat Philadelphia, 4-3. Homers by
Francisco Herrera and Chuck Es Es-segian
segian Es-segian produced all the Phil runs.
Elsewhere: The Dodgers cut
their roster to 33 by farming or'
nine players. The Braves farmed
out six, including southpaw Vic
Rehm, and said Juan Pizarro
may go, too. unless he picks up...
Manager Bill Rigney of the
Giants, wants Johnny Antonelli to
go six Innings today in his drive
nacK irom a bad (12-18) season...
and the Kansas City A's farmed
etchers Rip Coleman and George
red the contest. Maurieio fielders
ma a total or 9 miscues while
tne wonners committed two boo boo-boos.
boos. boo-boos. Puo! gained credit for his first
triumph. Hilzinger's record is now
Last night's was the first major
loop soitDeii game played under
me ngnis at santa Rita in ten
ALEXANDRIA. Esrvpt rtTPY
U.S. Davis Cupper Barry MacKay
oi uayton, Ohio won the men's
singles title in the International
Tennis Tournament here Sunday,
whipping Orlando Garrido of Cu
ba, 6-4, 7-5, 6-2. MacKay teamed
with Dorotny Head Rode of
Forest Hills, N.Y., to win the
mixed doubles title.
CANNES, France (UP) Bill v
Knight of Great Britain won the
men's singles title in the Gallia
Club Tennis Tournament Sunday,
defeating former Wfmbledon
champion Jaroslav Drobny of
Egypt. German star Edda Bud
ding downed Maria Theresa Riedl
of Italy to win the women's title.
The 1958 Esso Golf Tournament
now being played at the Panama
Golf Club moved into the quarter
final round this past weekend,
with only four players left in the
championship and first flights of
Dr. Massot sprung a small
surprise in the championship
flight by defeating Lul Arango,
who had previously taken over Al
Corsale 1 up in a 36-hole first
round match. The straw -.hatted
medico, with only one advantage
stroke with a handicap of 9 over
Arango's 8, defeated his oppenent
4 and 2 to advance to the quarter quarterfinals.
finals. quarterfinals. Massot had previously defe defeated
ated defeated Bill Le Brun in a 36-hole
match and won over Carlos Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena by default.
In the second match over the
weekend, Beall defeated Dave
Leonard 1 up, despite giving
Leonard two strokes. Meanwhile,
Al Saarinen took, over Moran by
the same score. In the final match
of the championship flight, Gu
Kosik, with a one-stroke advant advantage
age advantage took over Gracy by a score
of 1 Up.
In the first flight matches
Brack Hallter, giving up seven
strokers to A. de Mena, still had
the ability to win by a score of
4 and 2. Paul Baumgardner, taking
a stroke from Billy Boel, won by
a score of 2 and 1 over his op op-pnent.
pnent. op-pnent. Jorge Boyd, Club Presid President,
ent, President, won over Chandler 2 and 1,
and, in the final match in the
first flight, John Westman defeat defeated
ed defeated John Shaw 2 and 1. Both had
the same handicap.
In the consolation round of the
championship flight, Bill Le Brun
won over Jim Hinkle by default;
Roberto Torres defeated Arman 2
and 1; Capt. Kade defeated F.
Baldwin 5 and 4, and the popular
"Ernestito" won over Bob Walker
In the consolation round of the
first flight, Tapia defeated Willis
up; M. Monzo defeated R. Boyd 2
and 1; Harrington eliminated So So-sa
sa So-sa 3 and 2. and Paul Duran with
the aid of three strokes, took over
Pablo Abad 1 up.
Club President Jorge Boyd an announced
nounced announced yesterday that extensive
excavations are being made in the
area between No. 10 tee and fair fairway
way fairway and No. 14 fairway. Several
large trees have been removed
and the completed area is being
bull dozed to make it a topogra topographically
phically topographically attractive space.
The work, Boyd emphasised, is
for sanitary reasons to eliminate
the mosquito menace which be becomes
comes becomes much worse in the west
season, and to eliminate the po potential
tential potential mosauito breeding grounds
which formed due to the rough
contour of the area.
Boyd further announced that
with the smoothing off of this
area and the elimination of the
big trees which separated the two
fairways, a new practice tee to
the left of No. 10 tee which will
formed, permiting drivinff pract practice
ice practice into No. 14 fairway, This will
reduce, Boyd stated, the present
undesirable practice periods
No. 9 and 18 fairways when play
ers are approaching these greens.
Another feature which will' and
to the effectiveness of the club is
that no. 10 tee will be provided
with a back tee by removing the
line of buches now in the rear of
No. 10 tee. This will permit leng lengthening
thening lengthening the distance on No. 10
hole and provide and better dis distance
tance distance for professional play during
the 1959 and future Panama open
Panama Club Ladies
Win Inlraclub Plav;
Retire Meratrio Cup
The lady golfers from the Pa
nama Golf Club, led by Irene Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, won the Panama Women's
Golf Association intra-uiub cnam
pionship play after mafch play on
both sides of the Isthmus, accord
ing to Jorge Boyd, president of
the Panama Gdlf Club.
Boyd, in announcing that the
Intra-Club Championship Cup had
been won for the third time by
the Panama Club lady golfers,
and thus were retiring the cup
donated by Mercurio Jewelry of
Panama, stated that the cup wpuld
be presented to the Panama La Ladies
dies Ladies team at a ceremony to be
held at the Panama Golf Club at
1 p.m. today.
Irene Robinson, beading a team
composed of herself with 16w
handicap, followed by Sylva Car Carpenter.
penter. Carpenter. Kay Purdy and A 1 y c e
French, won both sets of matches
on the Pacific side where they
garnered 44 points. They then pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to the Atlantic side where,
after the smoke had cleared away
it was found that the Panama
team had won by a clear majority
of 70 points over all other teams
from Fort Amador, Summit and
Boyd also announced that Mer
curio Jewelry of Panama, the ori
ginal donor of the cup, advised
him that it would now donate a
new cup for play in the annual
intra-club matches between the la ladies
dies ladies teams of Fort Amador, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Summit and Brazos (Brook.
REPORTS ON HONDURAS
UP)-Whiting Willauer, former
U.S. ambassador to Hondur
was scheduled to leave for Wash Washington
ington Washington today to report to the State
Department on problems faced b b-Honduras
Honduras b-Honduras in the field of inter inter-American
American inter-American policy.
By Conrado Sargeant
Amado Credidio and Elias Or Ortega
tega Ortega were the only jockeys su suspended
spended suspended at the President Remon
racetrack over the weekend as
the riders continued to adhere
strictly to the rules.
Credidio got eight meets for
crowding Panzaretta with Elegido
in the homestretch during Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's fourth race. Guillermo San San-ches,
ches, San-ches, who had the leg up$n Pan Panzaretta,
zaretta, Panzaretta, was also penalized for not
telling the truth. He was fined $10
for failing to accuse or place any
Mame of the incident on Credidio.
Ortega waa set down four meets
for failing to control Amin Didi
properly at the start' of the same
Jockeys Bias Aguirre and Juan
Gongora were fined $20 each- for
not having their feet in the stir stirrups
rups stirrups at the start. Aguirre was
Mamed for impairing Now Then's
chances in Saturday's second Tape
while Gongora was found guilty
of the same charge aboard Tony'
in GiimjI...). j i
in uuuuay s awimu race.
Assistant starter Carlos Baeia
also had to shell out $5 for net
notifying starter Victor Manuel
Alvarado that Aguirre was not
rdy for the start with Now
Tiziano, a bad trailer in Satur Saturday
day Saturday s seventh (race, was given ah
eight-meet' suspension. Fitfee Girl I
was set sown ar 15 days for pull pulling
ing pulling up lame after Sunday's sixth
race. Paquetito, winner of Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's fourth race, was alio given
15 days because of lameness.
Sixteen of the truck's best im imported
ported imported tbrouSbbreds were entered
yesterday for the Aorii is s,ono
added one-mile-and-one-eighth Na
tio"al Guard Classic. 3
The initial entry fee of 30 was
naid by the owners of Jalisco, Hos Hos-f
f Hos-f ador. Canoe, Abolengo. Menel,
Mahanddagua. Gavilan, Embassy,
Mossadeq, Minuendo, Guadalca
Teams Won Lest
El Panama Hilton 60M 47 V4
Seymour Agency 59 45
Agewood 57 50V4
Cardoze Lindo 55 53
Carta Vieja 52 52
Austin 36 72
Leading Averages Balcer 198,
Cascip 192, Coffey 191, Toland 189,
Seymour- Carta Vieja (postponed)
Because some of the bowlers
were absent due to the United
States Airforce Bowling Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament in Montgomery, Alabama,
this contest was postponed by
mutual consent. With Seymour on only
ly only one point out of first place, this
postponement leaves the leader-J
snip oi me Classic ueague unsett unsettled.
led. unsettled. El Panama Hilton 0 Austin 4
The mighty goliath, El Panama
Hilton, was smitten by the cellar
occupants, the "David" Austin for
all four ponts. The Austin lineup
was revamped and the, replace replacements
ments replacements came through in grand
style. Both Ted Albritton and Al
Todd were tops.
Last game of this upset sweep
originally came out tied at 711, but
recheck of the score sheet reveal revealed
ed revealed a one pin error. When recti rectified,
fied, rectified, Todd had one more pin and
the Austin another point.
While El Panama Hilton is list listed
ed listed on top the true picture will not
be determined until the postponed
match between Seymour and Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja is rolled.
183 183 140
185 175 179
156 184 167
194 150 225 569
711 42 711 2121
Cardoze Lindo 1 v
Cardoze-Lindo Evinrude Motors
took from Agewood 15 out of 20
points prior to this week. (But the
Agewood fully recovered frem
last week's let down came back
very strong, and gained sweet rev revenge
enge revenge at the expense of their neme nemesis
sis nemesis Evinrude.
Agewood rolled 2456, which is
a 205 average per man, and which
is the new high team series for
the league. Bob Boyer had his new
ball working just right and came
up with his best set of the year,
a 640. Dal Knoll also produced his
season's high game of 254, and
Pepe Damian of perfect 300 game
rolled a 625 series.
The Evinrudes after losing the
first two games and with a shut shutout
out shutout staring them in the face put
en a rally in the last frame of the
last game. Ed Lowande landed
his highest game of the classic
season, a 24 and Bob Toland.5 al although
though although having a "bad" night,
nal, Quickie, Canterina, Sapor and
A final quota of $60 must be paid
Wednesday, April 9, by the ownf-rs
of the horses that qualify for the
Begionfng nexNweekend, the
President Remon racetrack wHl
ouhlish r tabloid with xrp-"?ive
racing news. An attefnpt will Se
mafc to givetfocaJ turfite as much
iVormattoo as po''ble. The Spanish-language
weekly will ouM;'H a
'M"Jfc",'l"pr r' fVnrps on'' will
be' distributed free to racing fans,'
The main event a Inrjl
racefrack wilt be the $1,000 Buffa Buffalo
lo Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Handi Handicap.
cap. Handicap. A drawing wiH e ,wM
Wednesday to determine whVh ;
groun of horses will run in this
H'Ming HMiodoro ntf
made his fins h'ooy with p'-h
victories over the weekend f-"r
on ech irnraiti. Lep',i"', ""'fey
BrP"1io Paeza won only tr-e.
This, however, oes hr'i hr'i-ee
ee hr'i-ee that tH au'Hty o 's
r-rfllleiM rH'no fe off !-,
thoso two davs. Baeza vm'v J
didn't ho or-u"h ooH meynfi
T" em""a a beftar scr.-
R is this wur's .-t
at least one o Paezs's Vr i-'-uronT.
ayrrd Atnmje S :- 'r
Saturday' irst race. a d-'Hte-ly
the result f a pret ride
Tha ytiff crop of vk
thBaurthredi".cmM turn out to he
ps pooa as last year s s"i,r-'-ri-ducion
that save Ideal1" r-p' -such
"Odd ones a .Tanfna. rve.
Wn, RamanCero, Henco and San-.
The many excellently hre-1 ""1
well -developed vounstprs are pi pi-ready
ready pi-ready causing, the dockers to sit
up and take notice.
doubled up in the last frame for
his first double of the evening and
Evinrude eked a 16-pin win.
AMADOR TEENAGERS LEAGUE
The Fort Amador Teenagers
Bowling Lfiague began play on
January 24th. This league is the
first "all-teenager" bowling league
to be established in the Canal
Organized early this year by
Navy Chief Warrant Officer Pat
Kimbley, who fs attached to the
Balboa Naval Communications Sta Station,
tion, Station, the League meets at the 15th
Naval District Headqui.rters Annex
Bowling Alleys each Friday, night,
for weekly competition between
the six teams comprdsing t h e
The 24 teenagers who make up
the six teams are dependents of
Army, Nayj, Marine Corps, and
Civihan Personnel who reside at
Fort Amador. Currently in the 10th
week of play, the season is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be completed on May 2nd.
Team and i individual standings
to date, within the Fort Amador
Teenagers Bowling Ltiague are-
Team High Series
Team High Game
Girl's High Game Leslie East Eastwood
wood Eastwood (145)
Girl's High Average Patty And Andrew
rew Andrew (117)
Boy's High Game Rick Sexton
Boy's High Average Steve He He-hiel
hiel He-hiel (135)
Boy's High Series Jerry Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan (456)
IN BROTHER'S SKI TRACKS
WINTER PARK, Colo.v(UP) Colo.v(UP)-Loris
Loris Colo.v(UP)-Loris Wern?" 17-ve r-oM bri'hpr
of Ruddy Werner of Steamboat
Springs, Colo., won the ju... ...4
event in the 14th annual Natwnnl.
Junior Ski Championships Sun-i I
day. Second place went to JomtA
F. Bower Jr., of Auburn, Me,
who won the Nordic combined.
JD AT, MARCH SS,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AW iypCTKNPgWT PAItT NEWSPAHB
lumn Pcfy Powells Tonight In Atlantic Twilight League
Editor: CONRADO 5ARCEAN I
. i .11 1 1. i i j .... ... i
hiiv-v U hail HUT CDCCK-1 M IflC UC, K I UUUr well
h le Bismarck after a DC-7 enough to invest 2M,0OQ in Cal-
out of Miami ai m,w ...
uul T 7 .... ..in.H an- hi first winner at Afflla Caliente
UnriveW and vainly ior a ia '53, for which memorable ex ex-CoTthe
CoTthe ex-CoTthe Navy Vanguard, 'ploit e received $15. In the past
th nhnrw nn slx monins ne s iuu iwu fiw,wv
'ufflan Gibson calling from the winners
Carmen, he want'. I. W I
. a'lwayt wordlessly touch says. "l've tried to copy his style,
e,hI anvone especially, a, we are built alike and, as we're
dlewight champion,., c
.-?. ... i- thi manner
w' very Wtle thing by you?' J erby hope who doesn't start to
. n..iii until the race is virtual'y
PinT iust line. And how's ier. Harmatz had him
i th.nff kv Villi ?" i allowance race when he
IHl.e iui6 j J
Next time, Harmatz rode the
orse was in the Breeders Stakes
t Santa Anita.... "We lost to Old
Pueblo in a photo. I guess Slikv
" IL. o,.trhinir him et beat- fot to frisky. We were only 47
Ihv a breathless sliver on a Jmghts back when he started to
my h was nove."
t l snox. i"
Unt you to meet Willie Har
V caught ud with Willie be be-f
f be-f nlanea at the Gulf-stream
I" w ... i
er being 52 lenghts back. This was
this the first chapter of a race-horse
lor I story that has captured the imag
te 1 conversation
lUiauufr ..-.... .Vl t-vinff iiation of th rnimr.rv
m me omer m .' r
we regret r r.-
How Good Silky?
With 3-1 Win
Atlantic Twilirht Baseball
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Hank Stein Only Unanimous
Choice On All-Tournament
NIT basketball Qnintet
By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEw YORK. "March 25 (UP)
-Hank Stein, the- red haired
No. 12 team and they were
anxious to wipe out the numeral
two in that rating, said big Jim
McCatferty, who coached Xavier
CHS Alumni ....
comet who blazed the way to the to this title in his lirst year at
National Invitation Tournament we neim
riampionship iof surprising Xavi-
. a IBIlluluiloiIlt v uw wa. -vak
?1 er. won new honors today aa the
.ouu ,i unanlmmia s ition nn the
Won In Overtime
CHS-Alumni 3, Mercury 1
Powells 10, CH S. 2
CHS-Alumni ys Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
CH8-Alumni continued their
Ola Mi.Tnnmampnt team. Xavier. which lost twice th
13 1 ; I ayton in regular season jjames,
Stein, whose six Pint in the ljught to a 67-7 tie at the end
overtime period gave Xavier its t. regulation time in the nation-ittle-winning
71-74 upset of top-ally televised NI final. Then
seeded Dayton, was picked on the stein took over for keeps He had
first team by all 21 sports writ- 13 points for the game against 21
ers jwuea oy me uiuiw eacn .or case and McCarthy.
Frank Case, the sharp-shooting
soph who had 21 points in vain
lor Dayton, missed unanimous
selection by just one point, get-
bobbing back and forth, in and
out of the league lead, and
bounced back Into the lead in
me rea-noi secuua nan icau ui )ayton. AleXi
the Atlantic Twilight League ,,argi ,nd Jim
with a 3 to 1 victory over Mereu- ordham.
ry. The Mercury defeat, coupion
with Powells' 10 to "2 win over
C.H.S. In the nightcap, moved
Mercury out of first place and1 Named to the second team
Into the No. 2 position, percent- Vere Joe Viviano, Ducky Castelle
age points behind the leaders. nd Fr ik Tartacpn of Xavier,
pat Qumian pitcneo tnree-nitacit a. Jartny on uayion, ana
ing 20 first-team votes and one
econd-team vote. Also picked on
he tirst team were Don Lane of
)ayton, Alex, (Boo) Ellis of Ni-
Also Most Valuable
l. -ik.. a thro counts: (1
WUiU., "-, -7- ,in(.h
Jewisn. Ki) ne uwi
SuTty.SulUvwsaga. (3) Jn
In, you, .can 1 ieu
r soma odd reason racing has
Jewish naers. wauer
tk. or.atMt and you have to
lack to the turn of the century
What is there about this horse
that makes him try to do it the
haid way? "Like most horsea, he's
got only one burst of speed. He
can give it to you at the start
or the finish. I suspect the trainer
be'ieves the late drive fits hira
..'11 ... j . ..
' . t..... Ti. is oiikv Eooa enouen tn win th
tt a line on mm. auiw ';nKo xvu v"r
ofrrbT rlde WW "S't.?
... "One of the best naers 'so f,rr ,lThis mtteh y,u can count
w-: Vn. though; hell le. running over
te recoras agree. UV"T "; mvy turn ror nome.
years, o ana of, ; v""
winners man oiuci- j-
t nation, 388 and 334, respect-
V... and in his aay a earn
races, as against cigui,
m iiuiv Miller was Brook-
born and last we heard of him
ii tn ,a nursing uviuc.
ter Sammx Renica
ip alone, anu wwmc oj
I M V 1 c lt
r had a'var in which he leil.
l.iii .:Umirl with the u
Rode for lasnionaoie
leg, won haHowed nvtw,
ed a million duci.
been a few others, nui none
the class of Miller and Re-
iarmatz is a Cauforman Dy
of Wilkes Barre, ia. we a a-him
him a-him why more Jewish -boys
k't tak up riding, the ricnen
Ing job in sports. ... p.
kwfully long gamble. Very few
b ever make it big!, you know.
the work, at the stari,
Uoerv. Tin at dawn, cleaning
hies, wajkmg hots, hoping some
Kr Will give you a cnance,
She time working for peanuts
ir 27, Harmatz was liryear,
time out for service before
made it... "And i nayen
Be it big", he corjected. act-
y, I'm Just Beginning 10 cuiii
My big years, if I'm lucky
tistobal Gun Club fanciers 01
ti.rhii vied nowerfully for
id scores and fine comestibles
Ukjl-' n..i wAftlr'i1 ahnntintf.
rriirtev Shoot nromoted by the
kb's new prexy, Mr. J. Fettler
ed and mainly worxea Dy ah
ton, brought oiit members and
mds too seldom seen,, and re re-rded
rded re-rded these sundry folk with the
ellent edib'es noted:
Seerge Loop, one turkey and
Art Sutton, twe hams.
Fets" Parker, one turwy ana
Barney" IHhren, one turkey.
Chuck" Colburn, turkey.
Dec" Willard French, one tor-
I 031-11 1 A
By HENRY CLARK
Abernathy UnispDrt 5
erveceria Nacional t
Ft. Clayton Cavalicri 3
0 5 .000
FT. CLAYTON UFSITS PAN
LIQUIDO ON ONI-HITT1R
ball for the Alumni, two of
which he gave up in Mercury's
first inning when they scored
their lone tally of the name.
Wallv Trout went tne distance me
Man Seiden of St. John's.
Stein, who scored a grand total
if 90 points as Xavier marched
through four upset victories tr
'If we had done anv foul shnnt
ng (Xavier missed 18 of 30 free
throws) we could have won bv 15
points," said McCaffertv. 'at
must have been our worst game
iui anwiing iouis.
McCaffertv said hm riiHn't Ko
Jieve that either of two unnauai
lnmlaiHt. .l' -1.
we time ne was
hanged in effigy by Xavier stu student
dent student in mid-season or the snow-
oan Darrage aimed at the team
as it departed lrom the campus
vuuie ucre ior tne tourna
uieni nad much effect on his
IIL lheL n8ln- T don't
care if thev hanu m o 71
long as they don't hurt the play players
ers players or the aehnnl .i.u .t.
been voted the
The Musketeers' triumph goes
down as one of the most amazing
n the history of a tournament
hat has been famed for surprise
hampions. Xavier came into the
ourney with on'y a 15-11 record
after losing seven of its last eight
games in the regular season.
"The kids came in here as the
for the losers, and scattered
even hits. The three runs scored
In the fifth were unearned, the
results 01 an error by ngnt-neia-er
The sinele Mercury tally got
Its stort when Cicero walked and
moved to third on Trimble's sta staple
ple staple to center After Trout had
filed out. Carlin drove a single
tn left to score Cicero. The Mer
cury rally threatened to continue
when Lem Kirkland drove a
hard liner to left field. Brittle
came in fast and looked like he
mifjht make a shoe-strlne eaten,
hut let the ball drop. Trimble,
who had ont advn need, was etw etw-Uy
Uy etw-Uy forced at third.
Alumni scored the winning
tallies in the fifth. After Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez had struck' out, Hay den
nt nn i,,hn ho was hit, bv
uhA v,n T .ntsh wt hleh The members of the V. F. W.
t kott for infn ritrh field which teenage championship baseball
lrvvnn mt. under but dropped, c ub have long been bothered by
allowing Havden and Brenick to.fteir .dads, big brothers and
championship, earlier hadicoach. "And the snowballs well
tJ Ik. "Ua.I VolM.hU 1 Ann't 1M.L ivii well,
by the tourna-
To Gel Chance AI
VFW Barling Cage
keet and Trap shooting, laid
fthe ahade somewhat by the "get
groceries' boys, continued on
"hedule Wednesday at 4:30; p.
and on first Sunday mornings
each month) but only one tyit-
nding performance was turned
Joe Kueter, gingerly testing
.410 at Skket. elected to sub-
tute a high-flying pigeon for the
!h-house clay at station one, and
ught down the makings 0' an
cellent supper at well over 40
fhe best scores for the week:
Trap (U yards)
Lee Carr If
Jerome (Jr.) Schofield, new club
cretary, mocu'ated with the fly
clay craze, entered the wing
lot group with a fine first-try
pre of 18 on Trap, nd far sur-
ssed normal expectations r
novice by scoring two 14's in
tirst attempts at Skeet.
R. C. Casanova (20 ga.) 23
, Schtxnavder (Te aa.) It
r. Chlar 22
Kueter (410) 21
fatten (20 fa.) 21
The Ft. Clayton Cavaliers, be
hind newcomer Ausmus, gavj Cer
veQerm Nacional a heartbreaking
upset, in a thriller 2 to 1 on n bril brilliant
liant brilliant one-hitter. Ten Beermen bat batters
ters batters went down on strikes as Aus Aus-mn.
mn. Aus-mn. showed excellent control as
he punched his record to twenty
seven strike-outs in,,two games.
The loss was chajged to Ernie
Campise who gave up' five hit?.
Both teams were held scoreless
fw four innings. Ft. ClajHon open-
eo in tne tourth with sing.es bv
Ausmus and Patetci and a rur
scoring error by Phafl, the iiccr
men catcher, when Ausmus and
the home-Dlatp miairi enllirioH
The Beermen run came in the
fifth after Kosik bunted an ad
vanced second on thet hrowing
error men stole third. Phafl hit
a nacnnce lly to ltit, scorm Ko
Ausmus was the time's hero by
hitting two singles in three trips
besides acquiring the victory.
Cerveceria Naciona. 000 0101
Ft. Clayton Cavaiers 000 110-2
i r,; Irxy ::5tlj.V "I'V
The Abernathy Unisports were
able to register thnir fifth straight
win of the second half and also
pace the other teams in the race
to take the 58 season title as they
won the first naif. Tuesday's game
was 4 to 2 win ovr tne up and
running Bokel nine.
Fritz Cheney took the win for for-the
the for-the Unisporters, lieu ting Bowman
in a well. played contest. Cheney
held the losers scoiciess until Nie Nie-kisher
kisher Nie-kisher homered in the second in
ning with Lawyer or base. rrom
tbit point, not another run was a
ble to cross the plate.
Three runs in the first started
thp league leaders on three sin singles.
gles. singles. A home run ly pitcher' Che Cheney
ney Cheney to deep center in the fourth
; hook the Bokel threatened.
Hilzinger, Chance and Nickisher
were the only players with two
hits in three trip-,.
' uu 1 minx mere was any bit-
tness in that at think it
.W.h-Aevef 'x,yier students once
Kiuugm 01 Uieir tea.n nA tk.:.
coach, there was nn Hnnhi n...
joy wnen me final bu
ccincnLRn inoir im.u... .1
.UAU1SUII Uliarp KiMan ..
j.. xt 7. "-'wu rcaier-
now the team h.AA
hb : LI..
--v in nig ceieoraUon
chapter his been written' in one
w the most amazing stories o
... .s mine 10 me rix seven
imes-and lost in the fin., S
"I feel Hiuni.ii.. 4
score. Lamsn scorea iaier uo
Charlie Detore's single to left.
Respite the,ll hits hefgave w
Laurel Hiehley scored his second
win for Powells over Cristobal
High School 10 to 2 in the night
cap. Highley missed a shut-out
In the seventh frame when four
hits and an error by Louu De De-deaux
deaux De-deaux gave Cristobal their only
fwn runs Rill GlbSOll was the
w vi! fifth nf the season and
was nicked ior ten nits, sevcii v,
which Powells bunched together
m third frame for seven
' .ir mn1 nihson ln connecuon wiin me vounty
?mf"7i?u uLSS tedlnr lSTw and Carnival, which is being
boosted his leaRue-lead ng Bt on th. 0. th. VF W
tine averse to 44fi wun Votlt at the entrance to Curundu,
hits in four p to tl pltw.L . h .
,,abanlllas nao two ior -.u,.. batting 'ca wilh chi
rSso two ior inrce to throw the balls right over the
..1.4. rnL. ... 1,1 1 . 1,
jjmic. iney win nave oais 01 an
sizes and choices and the machine
will serve the balls as lone aa need
ed, so that all the advice givers
can step up show Junior exact
ly how it should be done.
They merry-go-round is beine
moved into location starting today
he others who play a whale of
a game while sitting in the grand
tend. They have heard the advice
that -they should have hit to right
r to left, or they should have hit
hat last one that was right a-
ross the plate.
The boys have always felt that
he odes giving the advice ceuid ceuid-'t
't ceuid-'t hit a basketball so now they
re giving them all a chance to
show the boys exactly how it if
In connection with the County
Are vou rooking for a fine
viwt the D E I U X E
e Lux Theatre
Cost no more
tire & Tube
yet gives all 3
3 POSITION 3 cell
RUST PROOF EVERr-ADY FLASHLIGHT
complete with 2 EVEREADY Batteries
Buy qn. Qui Budget Plan
Big Game On Tan Toniejit
Noel Gibson todk time off from
his mound duties Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon to ready himself for one "f
ta Ma pames standine in ws
oath of capturln? both halves of
i -nin,ifm tYitt neces-
Play aim riiiiiiuiv"".
sity of a enampiowiun p-j fnd will be ready, along with all
Tnnlffht at 7 O'ClOCK, rowcuaifh, nthB. ,ttp,-ti. few th a Anan.
meet CHS-Alumni in WJ'iig of the big affair Friday at 6
tnat couin j ip.m.
for both ciUDsai uio iao oww"
nears a close. Bill Hughes used
his ace, Pat Ouinlan, ajalnst
Mercury Sundaf-afternorx and
will probablv come with Laplsh
or John Coffey in an effort to
stem- the bitts nf -the powerful
"THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE"
The box score:
Dc La Mater
3 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 1
3 I 2
3 0 1
3 0 1
2 0 (
3 0 1
Tn the books on football
nn Kennv Washington
hailed as "the greatest Bruin of
them aH." A regular from vm
through 1939. Washington was one
of the most feared backs in the
Pacific Coast Conference, i true
triple-threater. He set a UCLA
crou' '-gaining record and ha
been named to the all-time Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast tonference honor
Whatever happened to Kenny
Washington Now 39, he Is a sales
representative for the Youngs
Market Co. and still lives in Los
Ft. Amador Survives
Ninth Inning Rally
To Nip Clayton 10-9
The Fort Amador Troopers sur
vived a last-ditch three-run Fort
Clayton rally in the ninth inning
to down the Cavaliers 10-9. Satu Satu-day
day Satu-day afternoon at McCardell Field.
Clayton drew first blood in the
game, picking up four runs on four
hits and one Amador error in the
first inning. Amador scored one
in the first, three in the second
and three in the third to pull out
to a 7-4 lead. Clayton cut the
margin to 7-6 with two runs in
the fourth, but Amador picked up
1,vo more in the fith and one in
the eight to build a 10-6 margin
going into the rocky ninth.
First baseman Manning Weaver
collected four hits to pace the Ca
valier Datsmen. itignneiaer wait
Sauerburn added a home run.
Third baseman Neil O'Donnell,
catcher Irv Hayr.es and shortstop
Mike Rivera had two hits apiece
or Amador. O'Donnell-had a home
run and two RBTs.
Wayne Tolbert went the route
for Amador to pick, up his seventh
win in 11 decisons. Jd Schufritz
SERIES EVENED Ditched in the first .three innings
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UP) The'and was charged with the loss, his
New York College AU-stars, leu
by Jim Cunningham of Fordham,
evened their annual series with
the New Jersey College All-Starslnine hits and 13 runs in the first
at 5-5, Sunday whipping tne Jer
2 0 0
GEORGE DRIVES TO VICTORY
iSAYTON, Ohio. (UP)- Elmer
George of Indianapolis. Ind., won
the 30-lap feature race at the
Dayton Speedway's 1958 spring
car opening event. George also
won the opening eight-lap race to
earn $1,002.50 of the total tt.OOO
purse. Eddie Sachs of Center Val
ley, Pa., was runner-up in
seventh in nine decisions
The Fort Kobbe Regu'ars blast
ed Amador startei Jack Kaps for
two innigs and coasted to a 15-7
win over the Troopers Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Rencher Field.
Regular third baseman-manager
Gene Tapscott and leftfielder Bill
Dudley paced the 18-bit attack with
four safeties apiece. Tapscott had
Amador catcher IRV Haynes pac paced
ed paced the Troopers with two hits, one
a tnpie. ne also tamed twice and
drove in two runs.
Tom Thelean pitched- the first,
six innings and mcked ud the win
the in his first, decision. Kaps absorb-
1 'ed his seventh loss in 10 decisions
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1951
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
TH8 SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
Baldwin's furnished apartments
it Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceansicfe Cottage
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Chalet Parous
Lefevre Golf Heights. 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, maid's quarters, hot
(Water, large grounds. Celt 3 3-4630.
4630. 3-4630. FOR RENT Newly eonstruct eonstruct-ed
ed eonstruct-ed Chalet $150.00, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room,
large garage. Call 3-3948.
FOR RENT Spaces In com commercial
mercial commercial building to be located
at corner of Juste Arosemena
and 43rd Street. Phone 3 3-4641.
4641. 3-4641. Rooms
FOR RENT Furnished room
independent for bachelor or re responsible
sponsible responsible lady. Perejil 1st St.
Passover Services For CZ, Antilles
Announced For April 4-12 By Rabbi
Passover, "The Festival of Free Freedom,"
dom," Freedom," will be observed by those
of the Jewish iaith throughout the
world from sundown Friday, A A-pril
pril A-pril 4, until sundown Saturday. A A-pril
pril A-pril 12. .
This holiday, an epochal event
in the early history of the Jewish
people, is associated with the re redemption
demption redemption of the children of Israel
from Egyptian bondage in the days
of Pharaoh (Rameses II, 1300
Those of the Jewish faith serv
ing with the Army, Navy, Air
Force and Marin Corps is the
Panama areas and their families
will be guests of the National Jew Jewish
ish Jewish Welfare Board at the first sed seder,
er, seder, which will be held at the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Guest House April 4 at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin will officiate
at the traditional seder.
The Jewish communities of the
Canal Zone, Panama and Colon
have extended invitations for home
hospitality for the second seder
night, April i.
On his recent tour to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean and the Antilles, Rabbi Wit Wit-kin,
kin, Wit-kin, National Jewish We'fare Board
field representative, Armed Serv Services
ices Services Division, Caribbean command
made similar arrangements ior
members of the Armed Forces and
their families of the Jewish faith
at the U. S. Naval Station at Guan Guan-tanamo
tanamo Guan-tanamo Bay, Cuba; in Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico and at the U. S. Naval Station
Similar Passover services are
being held under the auspices o
the National Jewish Welfare Board
wherever personnel of the Armed
Eorces are stationed, bom in che
nited States and overseas.
Rabbi Witkin will conduct Pass Passover
over Passover services at the USOJWB
Chapel in Balboa on the following
Saturday, April 5 at 9:00 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 6 at 9:00 a.m.
. Thursday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m.
'Registered Trademark j"
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
M. A. POWELL, S. A.
Tel. 74.106 Apartado 199
We are proud to announce the ar arrival
rival arrival of the new GERMAN FORD
(Taunus 17 M) in
AGENCIAS COSMOS, Si A.
Tele. 2-45 C
ATTENTION. O. hi Just built
modern furnished apartments, I.
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT f- 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 KENT Beautiful mod modern
ern modern furnished two bedroom a a-partment,.
partment,. a-partment,. $160.00 Ave. Pe-
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, dinina room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco. Front church.
Bo'iea del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
FOR RENT Comfortable two
bedroom chalet. Via Porras,
corner 13th. Opposite Golf
Cours. Call 3-2957.
FOR RENT Army' inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, kitchinette, refrigerator.
4th of July Ave. Phone 2 2-1
1 2-1 140, 1-5347.
FOR RENT From April 15,
to September 15, completely
furnished three bed-room a-
partment, hot water, garage,
$150.00. Phone 3-2279 from
6:00 p.m. r
Friday, April 11 at 9:00 a.m. and
Saturday, April li at. :ju n.m.
and 5:30 p.m.
The Commanding Generate of
the United States Army Caribbean
and the Caribbean Air Command
and the Commandant of tne lain
Naval District have issued special
memoranda regarding the Jewish
As in i previous years, the Chap Chaplains
lains Chaplains of the Army, Navy and Air
Force are civine their fullest co
operation and assistance in ? ar
rangements for the Passover pro program.
gram. program. Paris Leaders Meet
To Halt Recession,
PARIS, March 25 (UP)- The
government called a second round
table conference in 24 hours to today
day today to study the threat of an eco economic
nomic economic recession, i
Labor Unions meanwhile order ordered
ed ordered their members to prepare for
The first strike call went into
effect at 10 a.m. today when 3,000
railroad 1 engineers struck for 24
hours to demand better working
The remaining 22,000 engineers
of the nationalized railway sys system
tem system threatened to walk out dur during
ing during the Easter vacation rush. They
did not join the strike of the little
autonomous labor union, claiming
the walkout was "ill-prepared.
The powerful Communist-dominated
confederation Generate Du
Travail (CGT) instructed its fol followers
lowers followers to be ready for a general
strike in the mines for higher
wages, pensions, and an unemploy
CUTS ZINC PRODUCTION
NEW tORK, March 25 (UP) (UP)-American
American (UP)-American Smelting and Refining
Co. will cut zinc production by
12V4 per cent or 500 tons monthly
starting April 1 at its Amaril'o,
Tex. smelter. The reduction will
alfect prime western grade, used
primarily in making galvanized
rSS SlP.Sr ff"
K ARM AM A 1.11- IU f Vnfrai Avmh m
VAN-DER.JIS- Street No t AKMAC1A EL BATIIRSO rmi Lefevre t
we Delia vista TBeafre. e CO! ON: Central Avenue 12.165 Tel 431
FOR SALE 1948 Nash Coupe,
radio, $150.00. Call A neon 2 2-2398
2398 2-2398 after 4:30.
FOR SALE 1950 Nash 4 4-Door.
Door. 4-Door. Very good mechanical
condition and a p p a arance.
$385. Phone 2-2575 after 5: 5:-00,
00, 5:-00, 6-731. House 11 OA,
$$$$ 2000 save 2000 $$$$
1957 Mercury hardtop Mon Monterrey
terrey Monterrey automatic, power brakes,
power steering, air conditioned,
twotonc, excellent mechanical
condition. $2595 yes, only
$2595. Trade in yours and fi finance
nance finance the rest. Autos Eisen Eisen-man
man Eisen-man next to Coca Cola plant.
Tels. 2-4966, 2 2616.
FOR SALE Best offer 1954
Ford Mainline. 8 cyl. Tudor Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Invitation to bid forms at
American Red Cross Field Di Director's
rector's Director's Office, Fort Clayton or
Fort Kobbe. Phone 87-4247 or
84-4283. Car may be inspected
at Field Director's Office, Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. Bids will be closed 5 April.
FOR SALE 1952 Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile
bile Oldsmo-bile "98" sedan, radio, house
0922,- Amador Road. Price
FOR SALE 1953 Singer
Sport Car. Perfect condition.
Call 2-2825 during office
hours. Mrs. Arango or 3-4860
after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE 1949 Packard
4 -door, $100 00. Halicrafter
radio $SO.0O. Phone Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 2-1009.
FOR SALE Mercury 1956
Montclair, excellent condition,
duty paid,' radio best. $2,600.
FOR SALE 1950 4 door
Oldsmobile 88, new tires, radio
and heater, reliable transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Call Gamboa 283 after 6,
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. fork Colon
the McLevj way Bod; Massage,
Excercislng Machines, Turkish
Dath. Trained operators tor ladles
ind gentlemen. Cet results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217 .
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Are eliethu tn rln.n ,.- um
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW.
April 11 to 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
t t srv l 1 r
m l ) a t
Tailor Shop ...
Opposite the Lux Theatre
"iff "m OmCW AT IWT
DAiicriinin SiZJtJ.- .?
FOR SALE 1 set porch furni furniture,
ture, furniture, I Television, I sofa, 1
olase desk with two chairs, 2
kitchen chairs, 1 dresser, 1
Chevrolet '54 perfect condition.
Cable Heights 0301, Ancon,
FOR SALE Laundry automa automatic
tic automatic Model '5. Price $375.00.
Call Mr. Rudisheim, 2-2451 or
I QUAKE IN TOKYO
SENDAI. Japan (UP)-A fairly
strong earthquake rocked this eitj
north of Tokyo today. The Sendai
meteorological station said tr
quake occurred at 5:30 a.m.
There were no reports of dam
Senate Group Says Union Officials
Probed Embezzled Over $10,000,000
WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
The Senate Kackets Committee
charged today that oificials of un
ions it nas investigated so iar
stole, "embezzled or misused"
more than 10 million dollars in
union iunds in the last 15 years.
The committee also charged in
a rpnnrt, sicned bv seven of its
eight members that "gangsters
ana nooaaims nan inuuraiea
some oi the unions and that some
iirms had "engaged m a number
of illegal and improper activi
The unions which have come
under committee scrutiny were
the Teamsters, Bakers, Operating
Engineers, United Textile Work
ers and Allied industrial w onc oncers.
ers. oncers. Expels Cerain Unions
The afl-cio since has ex expelled
pelled expelled the Teamster and Bakers
unions, put the United Textile
Workers oh probaion and opened
its own investigation of tne Op
It threatened the Allied Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Workers with ouster,' but
restored them to good standing
after they complied) with clean-up
orders. UTW officers and the Op Operating
erating Operating Engineers president have
Sen. Pat McNamara (D-Mich.),
a former union official, refused
to sign the 12,000-word first in installment
stallment installment of the committee's for formal
mal formal report on its first year oi
He charged the report had
"anti-labor bias," making it read
like a "blanket indictment of the
labor movement, lie caned the
charge involving loss of more
than 10 million dollars an unsup unsupported
ported unsupported "statistical perversion."
A high AtfL-ClO official, who
refused use of his name, accused
the committee of "headline grab
bing" and said the report would
widen the split between organized
labor and the Senate investiga investigators.
tors. investigators. He said top union leaders
would challenge its conclusions.
Joseph A. Beirne. president of
kthe Communication Workers and
an AFL-CIO vice president, said
BALBOA 6:15 A 7:50
Cleo Moore Hugo Haaa
"HIT AND BUN"
"THE GIRL IN BLACK
DIABLO HTS 7:00
"BEYOND A REASON REASONABLE
ABLE REASONABLE DOUBT"
, Jack Palance
and Color 1
i Sterling Hayden
MARGARITA 0:15 A 8:00
Spencer Tracy Katharine
"FAT AND MIKE"
:15 A 8:25
1:15 A 7:50
. "REVOLT OT
CAMP BIERD 1:15 A 8:53
T-.-rON FLY SQUADRON"
a: "BADSF, OY MARSHAL
BRKNNAN" 7:10 only
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jJL'vrT Jl .! nnuv-t.
enrt FAItaVAf U Aa' Via Forte.
FOR SALE Pair Love Seats;
1949 Plymouth, Deluxe;
Quarters 427-B, Ft. Clayton,
FOR SALE 1955 Ariel Motor
Cycle 650 cc twin. New Href.
Phone Navy 3929.
FOR SALE Two mahogany
room dividers 5 rx78 inches.
One large gas stove, four burn burners,
ers, burners, two upholstered chairs.
One upholstered stool, one five
strand Rattan chairs, three oc occasional1
casional1 occasional1 tables, Mexican paint painting,
ing, painting, f ra m e d or unf ranted.
FOR SALE Booklet Facts A A-beut
beut A-beut the I Lc'ery. For sale at
all newsstands. Only $0.75.
the report showed the seven sen
ators signing it had a "grudge
against unions. He said the com committee
mittee committee might have run out of
But Chairman John L. McCIel-
lan (D-Ark.) said in formally lay
ing, the report belore the senate
that if the group does as much
in its second year as in its tirst,
it will have done an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding job.'
To Introduce Legislation
McClellan said he would intro introduce
duce introduce legislation later this week
to carry out some of the commit committee's
tee's committee's proposed reforms. Senate
Republican Leader William F.
Knowland (Calif.) said the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming legislative proposals
should have a "high degree of
The majority jjenied the report
was a "wholesale indictment" of
labor unions. It said th commit committee
tee committee was "firmly convinced" of
the "overwhelming majority" of
labor unions and businessmen,
I However, it said its .iinvestiga-
Itions disclosed that unioft officials
Istole or misused "an average o(
five dollars outo f the pocket 61
every member of te unions cov covered."
ered." covered." The reoort included dpfaiwi
findings on alleeed imoroDer
practices by both union and com
pany officials and some lawyers.
TO INDONESIA Career
diplomat Howard P. Jones, of
Nyack, N.Y, is the new U.S.
Ambassador to Indonesia.
Jones, whose latest post has
been that of Deputy Assistant
Secretary of State for Far
Eastern Affairs, is en route to
Indonesia and expects to ar arrive
rive arrive there March 5.
Backed by an i m'p r e s s i v e
campus tower, the Rev. Paul
Adenauer, son of West German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer,
poses at Georgetown University
in Washington. A 35-year-old
Roman. Catholic priest, Aden Aden-auex.
auex. Aden-auex. is studying. American
small business policies at the
university. He seeks informa information
tion information useful to small busir"-'--men
Amumtna Ave. and S3 St PARMAHA
Ill NOVEDADES A THIS Bedet
' Boats & Motors
FOR SALE Two loading
barges, L.C.M. type. Hulls in
perfect condition. Each barge
equipped with two now 4-71
G.M. Diesel engines. For infor information
mation information phono Mr. Ramd'een or
Mr. Gottt at Panama 3-7411,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SEASICKNESS HITS MONKEYS
NORFOLK, Va. (UP) A load
of 183 monkeys stopped briefly for
seasickness treatment here yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, then continued their journr
to New York. The simians be became
came became ill on a 14-day voyage fro
Freetown. South Africa. Five of
them died before reaching port.
It recommended legislation to
control union funds, promote un union
ion union Democracy ,curb activity of
and clarify what it called a juris
diction "no-man's land'' between
state and federal.regulatory agen
cies. But it did not make specific
It reserved for a future 180,000
word installment mdst of the cm
Teamster Union and two of its
controversial officers past presi
dent Dave Beck and James Hot-
fa, the current president. It also
reserved for a future report find
ings on the Allied Industrial
Workers Union which featured
testimony on labor management
deal of New York hoodlum John
Thp rpnnrt also. Hid nnf. fnvar
tne committee s current invest!
gation of the United Auto Work
Pleased With Proposals
Labor Serrpt.arv .Tamps V
Mitchell, compntinff nn thp rpnnrt
said he was "pleased" that the
lafficl q f iiia rfMtio 1 a "atee fmm
they go . follow generally'
icgioiau r v jjiupyaato a a lai Oi
President Eisenhower's recom
He accused thn TTnu.u Dprnn.
cratic leadershin of "annarpnt in.
difference toward thp wplfarp" nf
the nublie and wnrkpre hv failing
even to schedule hearings on
wis vuaiiy needed legislation."
lie caiiea ior speedy action.
Pericos beat Conejos
in Overtime Gam
By DAN DES LONDES
Second Half Standings
Palomas ; 4
The Pericos beat the league
leading Conejos 5 to Monday in
an exciting eightrinning game.
The Conejo's loss now gives the
Pumas and the Macaws a chance
to win the second half.
The Coenjos started off like
they had this game in the bag
when they scored three runs in
the first inning when Klipper hit
a home run with two mens on.
The Pericos, however, never stop stopped
ped stopped fighting as they scored one
run in tne second, another in the
fourth, one in the fifth and one in
the seventh to tie up the score;
In the top of the eighth, Bright
came to bat and drew a walk,
Berger f lied out to the second base baseman
man baseman and Marcum got a hit to put
a man on first and second. Carroll
then got on by a fielders choice
to load the bases with one out.
Then Bright came home on a
squeeze play to put the Pericos a
run ahead. In the bottom of the
eighth the Conejos got a man on
third but the next three batters
were put out to reUrp heAside.
Gary Nss was he Pericos win winning
ning winning pitcher. Gary struck out 15
men. walked three and gave U'
only three hits. Klipper started for
me conejos nut was
the third by IBleakely
charged with the inss.
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DRAWER "A. DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
WANTED In "La Cumbres"
house preferably furnished. Pay
cash. Write details price, Stewart
lagan. El Valle, giving telegra telegraphic
phic telegraphic address.
WANTED Good job for re responsible'
sponsible' responsible' parson capable of
cooking1 and taking care of
home. Live in. Reference) re required.
quired. required. House 143 Gamboa,
WANTED Photographer to
collaborate with journalist travel
book Panama, etc. Give expe experience.
rience. experience. Box 134, Panama.
WANTED By visiting North
American contractor specialist
public works contact' others
seeking expansion. Box 134.
MSGT. MILTON R. BLASIUS of the 5700th Materiel Squall
ron, Albrook AFB, was presented the Commendation Ribbon
recently by Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook commander, for ex-i
ceptional meritorious service while stationed at Rhein Main,'
Germany, from April 1955 to October 1957. Blaslus has been
at Albrook since last December. (Official USAF Photo)
FRANKFURT. Germany. March
24 (UP) Scientists, church lead leaders
ers leaders and trade union officials today
joined a growing public campaign
to keep atomic weapons out 01
the hands of West German sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. Political observers viewed the
movement as the most serious
threat to 83-vear-old Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's popularity and
leadership since he took onice in
Max Born. Goettingen Univer
sity professor who won the 1954
Nobel Prize for physics, was
among 25 professors in Cologne
who added their names to an
anti-atomic declaration. The peti petition
tion petition already had 44 names on it.
There were veiled threats of a
general strike tp dramatize the
In Duesseldorf. will Kicnter,
president of the 6-million-strong
Trade Union Federation, said he
would see Adenauer soon to dis discuss
cuss discuss German reunification and
First Public Meeting
Richter was one of the speakers
at the lirst public meeting 0! the
"committee for the fight against
atomic death" in Frankfurt yes
More than 3.000 persons attend
ed the meeting and there were
frequent loud shouts from the
audience demanding a gener.il
Erich O'lenhauer, Socialist Par
ty leader, told the meeting he
would lend his personal support
td a general strike if it woulr
prevent Germany from harborin
nuclear weapons and rocke
The Central Committee of West;
Germany's Evange ical Church is
sued a statement today svipporfyig
the anti-atom movement.
You're invited to examine and admire the new
LAMBRETTA Italian Motoscooters, 125 cc it
150 cc. We have special duty-free prices.
CAS? A SPARTON
Central Ave. 26
3-mlntrte car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing f
ears $6. Auro-Baie, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
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Termite damage can. be de destructive
structive destructive at fire if not controll controlled.
ed. controlled. Protect your homo and
furniture by calling Pronto
Service, Tel. 3-7977 Panama,
S.S. BOCA MAULE
Is scheduled to sail to HABA HABA-NA,
NA, HABA-NA, CUBA and. CORPUS
CHRISTI, Texas leading on or
about April 1st, 1958
Agents L. K. Cofer, Balboa
2572 and 2991.
In W. Germany
It urged Germans to speak out
against the government to "bring
politicians to their sesnes."
A Moral Problem
The committee said that al although
though although the Protestant church Sel
dom interfered in German politics
it was taking a sttnd in 'this
question because it was a moral
In Bnn. Hemrich Hellweee.
the president of the German Par-x
ty, wmch belongs to Adenauer a
coalition government, said he
thought it better to hold off- a de decision
cision decision on atomic weapons until
after a summit conference.
The atomic .weapons question
has occupied the center of the
stage in the foreign policy debate
in the Bundesrat (parliament.)
The debate is scheduled to con continue
tinue continue tomorrow after a two-day
Afif Bizri May Be
Envoy To Cairo
DAMASCUS, Syria, March 25
HUP) Authoritative quarters ex
pected today that resigned Army
Gen. Afif Bizri; will be appointed
ambassador to Cairo by Presi President
dent President Nasser of the United Arab
Bizri,, whose resignation as com commander
mander commander of the U.A.R. First Army
was accepted during the weekend,
conferred with Nasser in Cari last
The Beirut mornini? newsDaner
'Sada Loubnan" reported today
fiat Nasser already had decided
01 the Peiping appointment.
(It said Bizri will replace Ihsan
ousni, one 0' the Arab Socialist
tarty leaders who was purged
from his party last year).
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Harry Truman, Jack Benny Team Up
For Laughs, Put Fiddlers On Feet
KANSAS CITY. Mo..' March ?
ITP1 J?nrmir President Harr
Truman and comedian Jack Ben
ny unleashed their musical ta
lents last night in a laugh-loadei
act before 2,500 persons attending
a benefit philharmonic concert.
Truman was guest conductor
and master of ceremonies nad
Benny played two violin solos,
headlining a two-hour, concert
which gave new financial life to
the Kansas City orchestra.
The sell-out concert raised at
least $50,000 toward erasing. a 160,
000 deficit and Truman said na nationwide
tionwide nationwide donations may complete
ly wipe qui me ueoi.
The 73-year-old former Presid President,
ent, President, flashing his famous smile,
exp'ained that the initial concert
plans began while he was makng
a "non-partisan Democratic
speech" in Lbs Angeles and "ran
Benny used a 825,000 Stradivar-
is to play the solo parts In Sa Sa-asete's
asete's Sa-asete's gypsy airs and the tint
novement of Mendelssohn's vio vio-in
in vio-in concerto.
In several .episodes of mock dis disgust,
gust, disgust, Benny asked that three or
ehestrs mpmhpra whn hail
interfering with fiddling be banish
su irom me stage.
The former President conduct
ed the final nnmher Stara and
Stripes, with such enthusiasm he
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Phllarmonio nfficial hail nra.
sented the baton to Truman and
a sliver violin mounted on 4
plaque to Benny in appreciation
of their participation.
Benny remarked that his violin
SDnearances with an nrcheatra tit
professional musicians always
made mm nervous." -"It's
like being on an ialaruf
witn jayne Mansfield and her
husband. You have a ft
you're not needed," he said.
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Senate's Second Anti-Slump Bill
Aims To Speed Highway Program
WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP) The Senate called up for debate today its sec second
ond second major anti-recession bill.
Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.), floor manager for the bill, said its approval would
be "a major step toward putting America back to work."
Republican Congressional leaders expected to get Presideit Eisenhower's views
on the measure at trreir weekly conference with him later today. It represents a com compromise
promise compromise between a more ambitious speed ed-up highway program offered by Gore
and a less ambitious proposal advanced by the Administration.
The GOP leaders alsoexpect alsoexpect-ed
ed alsoexpect-ed to discuss growing pressure
within and without Congress
or a tax cut and the Presi President's
dent's President's still unfinished plan for
paying upplementary unem unemployment
ployment unemployment benefits to workers
whose compensation is exhaust exhausted.
ed. exhausted. The AFL-CIO executive
committee called last night
for an immediate tax reduc reduction
tion reduction of six to eight billion
dollars to help end the reces recession.
sion. recession. The eight-man commit committee,
tee, committee, headed by AFL-CIO
president George Meany, pre-
Col. Bruce Warns Weapons Against
Cancer Useless If Used Too Late
For centuries cancer was tanta tantamount
mount tantamount ,to a sentence of death. To Today
day Today one of every two cancer cases
could be cured. Vv
This new and hopeful look of a
disease that was once hopeless is
due in part to improved techniques
of treatment. But the latest in
surgery and radiation can t save
you unless the cancer is diagnosed
This warning was sounded by
Col C. O. Bruce, Health Director
of the Canal Zone .Government and
Chairman of the Canal Zoite Can Cancer
cer Cancer Committee, who today discuss discussed
ed discussed up-to-the-minute methods of
The annual Cancer Crusade Is
now on- it began on Feb. 24 and
35 continue until April 5. Point Pointing
ing Pointing out that the Canal Zone Can-
nmHiBo' nrive is education-
:.... ik nublic to "Stop, read,
"For a third successive year we
are promoting the formation that
a regular cmuP
.Msinct cancer. unite
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Prices Paid For
Paris 01 'Redstone'
, cTTTiwrtTni riTPI The Gen-
e0 i iwdces were paid for
sonaly high .Pces were v
parts ol me mm
The GAO filed a report with
2L.. iat week which cnti-
cized subcontracts awarded by
Chrysler Corp. under Army prime
contracts which totaled 124 mil
The reDOrt centered on "time
and materials" subcontracts in
.uhi.h the nrice Daid was based
on estimated labor costs, over
head, profit and materials.
narts obtained in
itially by time and materials sub subcontracts,
contracts, subcontracts, the report said, 20
wore bought later under fixed
price subcontracts at prices av
eraging bu per ceiii iuww.
The GAO said Chrysler paid an
avprafp o $36.42 for one part
Under a time and materials sub subcontract
contract subcontract and later awarded a
fixed price, competitive contract
for the same pan tar
For. another item. Chrysler in
itially paid $8.98 each and later
awarded a contract for 64 cents.
romDtroller General Joseph
Campbell said in a covering letter
that the use of time and mater materials
ials materials contracts was justified at the
start, of the work but later Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler should have shifted to fixed
price contracts as "more eco
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 4
hours ending 8, a.m. today, is
prenared by tre Meteo clo aca;
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
flifh 94 84
Low 76 80
High 92 88
High 52 84
(max. mph) NW-19 NW-13
RAIN (inches) 0, .04
(inner harbors) 77 83
"WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26
dicted a "continuing worsen worsening
ing worsening of the economic picture."
Press secretary James H.
Hagerty said the President will
send to Congress later this week
his plan for extending unem unemployment
ployment unemployment pay.
Hagerty gave no details, -but
it is expected to provide ap to
13 weeks of additional unem unemployment
ployment unemployment benefits with the
states or employers eventually
picking up the tab.
Hagerty also said Adminis Administration
tration Administration experts were studying
anti-recession bill No. 1 from
Congress a $1,850,000,000
continued. "So let's suppose you
are one of the wise ones; that from
now on you'll make a habit of a.i
annual checkup. Than let s sup
pose that you happen to be the
one in every four of us who will
someday get cancer for those
are the odds of the disease strik
ing you or me or our next door
neighbors. Finally, let's suppose
you have one of the forms of can cancer
cer cancer which is readily diagnosed.
We have now considered t
cancer diagnosed early enough
the first step toward cure. You'll
now want to know how the cancer
can be treated, the latest in surge surgery
ry surgery and radiation.
"Let me state flatly that human
cancer cannot be cured by drugs.
There are only two methods o.
saving life from cancer: surgery
and radiant energy. Always re
member this if anyone tries to sell
you 'a drug that cures cancer' or
any of many other 'cures' offered
by the cancer quacks who thrive
on fear and ignorance.
Discussing surgery, Bruce said.
"It's now possible to remove
growths from parts of the body
07 :e c(isidered inaccessible. And
sometimes, several months after
the original operation, in certain
oases, a surgeon will take "a sec second
ond second look" to make sure no rene
gade cells have been left to spread
to new sites."
He said more extensive surge
ry is now possible because of bet better
ter better anesthesia. Sulfa drugs and a'
L'oiotics reduce the "Tssibluty of
infection and hasten recovery. Ant'
improved methods of blood re replacement
placement replacement help control postopera postoperative
tive postoperative shock.
While no drug exists that can
cure cancer, many men of science
believe the greatest breakthroup,
to eventual control of the disease
will come in the field of chemo chemotherapy.
therapy. chemotherapy. The American Cancer So Society
ciety Society supports many projects in
this Vast area of research.
"Thousands upon thousands of
compounds are being explored,'
Bruce said. "Some have been
found that kill cancer in animals,
without killing the animals, and
number are qow being used in the
treatment of human cancer to
alleviate suffering add prolong
imit ine- intensive quest for a
drug that can poison human can cancer
cer cancer cells, yet leave normal cells
undamaged, continues. It it doubt
f'ul that a single drug will be the
answer to all human cancers. It
is far more likely that a series of
compounds will be specifie con controls
trols controls for different kinds of cancer.
"That is the great hope of ma many
ny many scientists Who believe it is only
a question of time before cancer
is added to the long list of diseas
es defeated in this splendid age of
"The day wheif such compounds
are developed depends to a great
extent upon each of us," Bruce
observed. "Research is expensive,
and progress can be made only 1
we all contribute generously. A
contributor s envelope has been
distributed by t'e health agencies
to every federal employe and to
every serviceman at his place of
work, so that each wage earner
can donate without inconvenience.
A liberal donation is an intelligent
investment in your family's wel welfare."
fare." welfare." Russian-Speaking
Hard To Find
LONDON (UP)- British Euro European
pean European Airways has hit a snag in
its plan to open a service to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, this summer it can't get
air hostesses who speak Russian.
"We have heard from a few
girls but either they don't have
the necessary qualificatidns or
i.hey're not interested in flying,'
a BEA spokesman said.
Passengers on the new rSi'r
will have to make do with hos
tesses speaking English, French
housing bill which Eisenhower
is expected to sign despite some
features objectionable to him.
It is designed to spur con construction
struction construction of up to 20&.000 new
Homes and provide an estimat estimated
ed estimated half-million jobs.
Ends World Trip
In Jeep At Brussels
BRUSSELS, March 25 (UP) -Former
Group Capt. Peter Towr-
send, whom Princess Margaret
rejected as a mate because he
was divorced, returned yesterday
from a round-the-world jeep trip.
The handsome ex-fighter pilot,
looking younger than Ms 43 years,
drove into this Belgian-capital ir
the battered Land Rover a Brit British
ish British style jeep that took him
60,000 miles in 17 months.
He met with newsmen later
after he had washed up. He was
qyite willing to talk about his trir.
but he Would not say a word
about Princess Margaret.
Jownsend said the trip had left
him with the impression there
were three kinds of people: Those
who are mad, those who are go
ing mad and those who are wise,
but most of these are primitives.
Townsend said he was "looking
forward to a new life" in Bel
gium, butild make: btW trip
to England ana take a holiday on
the continent first.
His immediate plans are to
write a book about his travels
He went through SO countries.
Townsend disclosed that he had
received several job offers, bu
had not made up his mind on any
of them yet.
Contest To Be Held
At 'Bohio' Friday
The sixth annual contest to
select the best bartender of the
Isthmus will be held this com coming
ing coming friday at the Agewood Bo Bohio,
hio, Bohio, according to an. announce announcement
ment announcement todav.bv Col. C. H. Dear-
wester, executive vice president
and general manager ot Deati Deati-ladora
ladora Deati-ladora Naclonal, S. A sponsor
of the contest.
Five bartenders from Panama
and the Canal Zone, selected
this past week by three judges
known only, to officials of the
distillery, will compete for tne
1958 title and $100 cash prize.
They are: Armando Rice, Ho Hotel
tel Hotel international; Egbert Dan Dan-kins,
kins, Dan-kins, ( Officers Club, Albrook
A.F.B.; Emmanuel O. Moore,
Tivoli Guest House; Alfonso
Green, Tropic Bar, Colon; ancj,
Benjamin S. McKlnnoh, NCO
Club of Fort Kobhe.
The contestants, who will
serve during the evening, at
special bars made, for each bar bartender
tender bartender on the grounds of the
distillery, will be judged by the
invited guests at the close of
the party on the following
points: personal appearance,
condition of the bar, attitude
with the public, skill and ra rapidity
pidity rapidity in serving and excellence
of mixed drinks.
The purpose of the annual
best bartenders contest is to
stimulate pride in their occu occupation
pation occupation among local bartenders,
said Deer wester, and to raise
the standards of bartending,
for the benefit of the public
and the bartenders themselves.
In addition to silver trophies,
the runners-up also receive
.prize money of $90, $80, $70 and
"Official tasters" will be ad admitted
mitted admitted ort plantation of in invitations
vitations invitations at entrance.
. . y
Bipartisan Bill Seeks To End Military 'Bureaucracy ;
Reorganize Defense Dept. By Abolishing 1800 Jobs
WASHINGTON, March 24 (UP)
Two key Senate leaders a
Democrat and a Republication
introduced a bill today to reor reorganize
ganize reorganize the Deiense Department
and halt the growth of military
The bill was offered by Senate
Democratic whip Mike Mansfield
(Mont.) and Chairman Styles
Bridges (N.H.) of the Senate GOP
Policy Committee. It was identi identical
cal identical to a bi-partisan measure in introduced
troduced introduced last month by Chairman
Carl Vinson (D-Ga.) of the House
Armed Services Committee.
De'ense experts saw both bi'ls
as an effort to beat the adminis-
itration to the punch in resolving!
I I H6fiiliiifii9llJ9IEPiPHHHHHSF
PICTURE PATROL When a policeman in Durham, England, turns the TV control knob it's'
for a different reason than to turn on the set or adjust the picture. They have installed an
Ingeniotis television traffic control system for, two of the city's bridges. Miniature cameras,
right photo, are f&ounted on the approaches to the bridges. The images are transmitted to a"
monitoring screen in the booth, left photo, where a policeman, snug and comfortable, controls
three set of traffic lights. Some 12,000 vehicles pass through the TV-controlled area daily.
Washington Officials Say Reds Do
Nothing To Break Summit Impasse
WASHINGTON, March 25
(UP) U.S. officials said to today
day today that Russia did nothing in
its latest note on a summit
meeting to break the impasse
over a heads-of-government
The Russians "didn't change
their position one bit," one of official
ficial official said.
The Soviet stand was outlined
in a memorandum handed to
U.S. Ambassador Llewellyn E.
Thompson in Moscow yesterday
and later made public by the
The Soviets' again rejected
one of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's main conditions for a
summit meeting and suggested
the United States might be
trying to "smear" the whole
idea of sch a conference.
The President and Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles were
said to have decided at a White
House meeting last Wednesday
to hold out for proof the Rus Russians
sians Russians would agree to a limited
disarmament agreement and
discuss German unification be before
fore before going to a summit confer
But the Soviet' note flatly re-
Rep. Mack Charges
Moore Got Rich
WASHINGTON (UP) Rep
Peter F. Mack Jr. (D-IU.) said
last night that Gordon Moore
Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower's brother
in law, made $188000 in the last
five years from firms doing bus business
iness business with the government.
Mack, a member of the House
subcommittee on legislative over oversight,
sight, oversight, said the group will want to
question Moore again.
Moore appeared before the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee a Week ago today and
denied under oath that he ever
tried to influence any federal
agency on behalf of anyone.
His name was mentioned alone
with that of Presidential Assistant
Sherman Adams in connectror
with charges of "improper" hr hr-fluence
fluence hr-fluence on federal agencies level levelled
led levelled by Bernard Schwartz shortly
before Schwartz was ousted as
The subcommittee was to re resume
sume resume hearings today on the award
of Miami Channel 10, the case in
which Moore's name first came
up. Federal Communications Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Bosel Hyde will be the
Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark.)
said over the weekend the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee actually has' finished
its investigation of the Channel 10
case and hopes to submit by
Easter proposed "legislative
changes' in the FCC.
However, he saw the group stir
wants to question the current
commissioners and four former
rs who voted on the Miami
the controversy over interservice
rivalry which flared after Russia
beat the United States into space
with its Sputniks.
However, these experts said the
bill appeared to seek less unifica unification
tion unification of the armed services in instead
stead instead of more as proposed by
many critics of inter-service ri rivalries.
valries. rivalries. The White House was ex expected
pected expected to unveil a rival plan early
The Mansfield Bridges bill
would abolish 1,800 of the 2,400
civilian Jobs under Detente Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Neil H. McElroy, including
14 of the 29 undersecretaries and
It also would prohibit the De
jected any discussion of German
The Soviet note was in reply
to a March 6 U.S. note which
demanded to know if the Soviets
iwere interested in "meaningful
decisions" at a summit meeting
or merely wanted an interna
tional "spectacle tnat would
provide them with new propa propaganda.
ganda. propaganda. The United States said in
effect the next move in the
lengthy negotiations for a top top-level
level top-level meeting was up to the
The Russia reply said the U.
S. note "cannot but disappoint
everyone who regards the sum sum-mlt
mlt sum-mlt talks as a dependable means
of relaxing international ten tensions
sions tensions and terminating the cold
war which the peoples have
come to hate."
It declared that the United
States apparently was "trying
to take the entire problem of
the summit conference back u0
a starting point." It likewise ex expressed
pressed expressed surprise, that the Unit United
ed United States feared a summit meet
ing might turn out to be only a
The) note then decried what it
Darden To Imk
At Pedro MNel
Canal Zone Police Chief IB. A.
Harden will be the chief speaker
at tomorrow night's meeting of
the Pedro Miguel Civic Council. He
will choose his own topic.
The meeting to start at 8 p.m.
will also hear a report of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's shirtsleeve conference with
Clyde Smith, president of the
Isthmian little League, will give
a talk on insurance for Iiittue
Lea' I! players.
Vice-President Cecil Calendar
will introduce his wife, Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Calendar, who will be the
new Girl Scout Leader.
Cleveland Roberts, president of
the Pedro Miguel Council, said
that testimony was brought out at
list week's meetings for juveniles
and adults that the mmor depre
dations and disorderly acts report
ed in, the community had sot been
committed by boys resident there.
Some residents held boys from
a nearby community responsible.
The concensus of the meeting
was that Pedro Miguel residents
would welcome arrests by Canal
Znno notice of boys found destroy
ing property, or who are caught
misconducting tnemseives. inose
at the meeting felt this would soon
show who irresponsible.
The Civic Council has taken an
active interest in minor miscon
duct. Its aim, Roberts says, is
I to prevent this' kind of thing from
J getting a footnoia.
fense Department controller from
exercising any control over the
requirements of military depart departments
ments departments and make the three serv service
ice service secretaries members of the
National Security Council.
Mansfield told the Senate his
bill would result "in a restora restoration
tion restoration of sound administrative pro procedure
cedure procedure and will effect a reduc
tion in the bureaucratic overhead
that today only serves to impair
strategic planning and to hinder
the accomplishments of the awU
tary servces. i
He said the measure would be
"constructive1 without being disruptive.'"
called efforts by some western
circles to "smear" the idea of
such a conference. It added
that "it is to be hoped that this
is not the attitude of the Unit United
ed United States government."
Bob Hppe's Gag rile
Rifled By Russians;
He Plans New Show
LOS ANGELES (UP)- Comedi Comedian,
an, Comedian, Bob Hope said Russian offi officials
cials officials didn't laugh at his jokes, but
someone went through his gag
file in his Moscow hotel room.
Hope came home by plane Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a six-day visit in 'Mos 'Moscow
cow 'Moscow with a souvenir Cossack hat
and a pocketful of new wise wise-cracks.
cracks. wise-cracks. He said he wasn't followed dur during
ing during his visit but he did return to
his hotel room once to find his
gag files laid out on his bed.
"Russia's a fascinating place,"
HnDe said. Since the Sputnik got
in orbit "they have a national
holiday over there every 92 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Everyone without a stiff
neck is considered a traitor.
Rone said he told a Russian au
dience: "I just gaye a taxi driver
five dollars and for change he
gave me back 12 kopecks, a jar
of caviar and a picture of Molo Molo-tov
tov Molo-tov in a bikini." He said that one
set officials of the Institute of
Culture whispering loudly among
Hope's trip was made to gather
material for a one-hour shqw to
be televised April 15. The comedi comedian
an comedian said he was going to "thaw
out at Palm Springs." after at
tending the Academy Award pres presentations
entations presentations tomorrow night.
18 In RP May
Miss US Benefits,
The Consulate Section of the
American Embassy is holding
official correspondence for a
number of persons, whose
names have been checked a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Panama City and Canal
Zone phone directories, old card
files and current registration
cards, wilhon luck as to their
The contents of these letters
may mean federal benefits for
these persons, because they are
all from the Civil Service Com Commission
mission Commission and Veterans Adminis Administration.
tration. Administration. The persons to whom these
letters are addressed are the
following: Archiboia, Antonio;
Balintlne, Robert; Baloco, Fa Fa-bio:
bio: Fa-bio: Boyce, Edwin; Brown, Clif Clifford
ford Clifford A.; -Clark, Alfred H.; Com Com-mings,
mings, Com-mings, Robert; Cortes, Rafael
A.; Green, Jr., Oeorge S.; Hall,
Louis; Milord, Didimo; Mitchell,
Erlck; Navarro, Urbano; Phil Phil-pott,
pott, Phil-pott, Victor; Service, John N.;
Webster, Mrs. Mary I.; White,
Robert Williams, Arthur.
Bridges said the Defense 1 De Department
partment Department had "erroneously sought
efficiency through increased cen centralization
tralization centralization and personnel." He
Said the bill would hit at the
"mushrooming beaucracy at the
top level of the Pentagon."
But Sen. Stuart Symington (D (D-Mo.),
Mo.), (D-Mo.), a supporter of greater Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon unification, called for a re reorganization
organization reorganization bill .that represented
"progress" instead of "tradition."
He called the present Defense
Department structure "one of the
most inefficient organizations
ever created" and indicated he
thought the Mansfield Bridges
Bill would do little to improve n
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Queen Elizabeth On State Visit
To Netherlands; Hostess May Quit
THE HAGUE, March 25 (UP).
today began a three-day state
reports inai ner nosiess, queen Juliana, might soon abdicate.
Elizabeth, one of the world's few remaining monarchs with
a throne, stepped ashore from her black-and-white Royal yacht
Britannia at nearby Iimuiden while artillerv oruhd nut
Royal salute over the lowlands of
ane will spend her time until late Thursday touring the
land of windmills, dikes and clogs that has been given a multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar face-lifting to impress her.
The visit is the first official one that Elisabeth has nude
to the Netherlands, although Dutch Queen Juliana a h..
husband, Prince Bernard, have
The Netherlands major news newspapers
papers newspapers welcomed the British
Queen with banner headlines
and front-page editorials in
English, which is a second lan language
guage language to most of the Dutch
While the Dutch press hail hailed
ed hailed the British Queen, some
British morning papers promi prominently
nently prominently displayed reports, from
their eorrespondents assigned
to cove: the tour that 'Elizabeth
might never get another chance
to return for a second state
visit with Juliana.
The British reports said
Juliana, who ascended the
throne when her mother.
Queen Wilhelmma abdicated,
would give it up in fayor of
her 20 year old daughter
The Laborite Daily Herald
quoted "sources close to the
Dutch Royal family" as saying
No Cherry Petals
Yet In Washington
But Fete Blossoms
Cherry Blossom Festival officials
today made Jack Frost the offi
cial symbol of their blossomless
Officials, glaring at tne bare
boughs, said the 32nd annual five five-day
day five-day blossom festival will open
today on schedule no matter
Schedules are set, reservations
made, events planned and every everything
thing everything ready to go. It would be im impossible
possible impossible to postpone it. officials
On the bright side; they noted
they have 53 lovely cherry blos
som princesses, 50 crack, college
drill teams, dozens of high school
bands and many other sparkling
They just happen to be fresh
out. of blossoms.
A festival spokesman said a
man dressed as Jack Frost will
appear at all events, grinning on
extra cold days, looking sad "if
the temperature should go up". A
weekof temperatures in the 70's
is needed to make the trees' blos
The Weather Bureau offered
little encouragement. A spokes
man said the long-range forecast
is for temperatures below normal
Normal is about 58.
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HERE COMES JOEY.
Britain's Queen Fliohoth'
visit to the Netherlands amid
been frequent visitors to Britain.
she will abdicate "in two or
The Conservative London.
Daily Mail's gossip columnist:
ram laniieid said people a a-round
round a-round the Dutch throne belleva
Beatrix "may become auee
sooner and more dramatically
than anyone thinks."
Both newspapers said Julia Juliana
na Juliana never wanted to be Queen.
The Herald added she feela
her relationship with Bernhardt
is 'not satisfactory enough for
a reigning monarch."
Groups Hold Rival
Parades In Nicosia
ttpJC2SIA-' CWaus, March 25
UP)-Cypnot left and right wine
groups staged rival processions to
day in honor of Greek independen independence
ce independence day but threatened violence
failed to erupt.
Both processions were permit permitted
ted permitted by security authorities on
condition they did not meet. They
passed through Metaxas Square
in the center of Nlrncia w
different times and without incid
A crowd Of 25.000 fathered in
the lauare cheered the nmr.
sions as they passed, but the
chttrt for the Right tang Nation Nation-llistl
llistl Nation-llistl were thunderous in compa
rison with those far the Left .wint
The left wing procession, orea-
ized by the communist-dominated
Trades Union Council, was t4m
poseo mainiy or elderly mw
chanting "unity". They were re received
ceived received with only mild handclaps.
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