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J PANAMA, I f, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1S58
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fk'.,
March 26 (UP) The Army
sent another Jupiter C
rocket blazing into a cloudy
sky today to try to put a
third American satellite in into
to into orbit around the earthy
J HE PULSE
MORE CHANGES in the. cabinet,
of President Ernesto de ia Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. were predicted today by
an editorial in a morning tabloid.
The editorial said the changes
would have to be made because
the President needs to surround
himself with people who have
his entire confidence.
A columnist in the same tab tabloid,
loid, tabloid, who is said to be one of Dc
la Guardia's closest advisers, re reported
ported reported that the President and ex ex-President
President ex-President Ricardo Arias, now Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador in Washington, would
take steps to completely reorga reorganize
nize reorganize the National Patriotic Coali Coalition
tion Coalition in August.
The columnist said tht reor reorganization
ganization reorganization would take place fol following
lowing following Arias' reeurn to Panama
to take part in a series of con conferences
ferences conferences with U.S, Undersecre Undersecretary
tary Undersecretary of State Roy Rubottom
and Dr. Milton Eisenhower.
The city was alive with com comments
ments comments today over the award of a
contract, the validity of which
had been challenged, to a for for-egn
egn for-egn construction company for the
building of a stretch of the Inter Inter-America
America Inter-America Highway.
ward. was made during a
,ir moetins of
Guardia and his cabinet to the
Campania- InterameHcana de Es Es-tudios
tudios Es-tudios y Empresas.
A number of local firms had
presen od a demand asking for
the annulment of the bidding,
charging the company which
had presented the low bid did
not fill the requirements speci specified
fied specified prior to the bidding.
The Education Ministry receiv received
ed received authority yesterday to rent
two buildings to house two local
high schools at a rental of approx approximately
imately approximately $l00a month.
Spoiled Brats Get
CHICAGO (UP)-An anthropol-
ogist has warned that the nation
may face an enure generation ut
spoiled brats by 1980.
Dr. Francll L. K. Hsu.
man of Northwestern University's
Anthropology Department, told
Hip 101 si annual meeting of the
United Charities of Chicago ye?
terday that children are being
spoiled by getting "more' conces concessions
sions concessions every dfcy."
Another spelter, Willy Ley, au author
thor author and roclit expert, predicted
life on other panets in the space
age may tuSrout to be "sim "simply
ply "simply a crashing: ere"
Ley said that although man
ii,To in Hrpam homes and
111 a .1 . .. J ..inf.
travel in space,' the isolation and,yiets
boredom of life on other planets
may make him wish for the
"good old days" of 'crowded com commuter
muter commuter trains and coffee breaks.
Hsu warned against the modern
tendency of parents w
and prearrange everything fo the
convenience ana please ".. I frequently voiced demand that
children. He aid when this is t .,evel conference be proper proper-done,
done, proper-done, children have a tendency to,. Jeparcd at. .lower diplomatic
grow niutu lBic uciuw-a.
Hsu said mothers and fathers of
the future may be forced Dy ne necessity
cessity necessity to orgahize a "national. as association
sociation association for the protection of
parents from their own children.
Ship Makes First
Trip Through PC
The Russian cargo ship Mitshu
tinsk was making her first voy
age through the Canal today ait
er having been admeasured
rfF.ie 5300-grqss ton motorship is
hound for Nadhodka in the Fjr
East. She is carrying a cargo of
sugar from Cuba.
The Russian vessel arrived Mon
day in Cristobal. She was delay
e- h hr transit until the job of
admensufing her. could be com
pleed yesterday afternoon.
MitsnursasK carries a crew
Arosa Sun Damage
Damage to the cruise ship Arosa Sun which was
towed into Cristobal last week so far has been estimated,
at $40,000, it was learned today.
The Swiss Line ship was disabled on March 15 by
a fire wd explosion in the main engine foom. Two crew crewmen
men crewmen died as a result of the blast, which also injured two
None of the 216 passengers, who ere on a Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean cruise was injured.
The ship was towed intoi
Cristobal by the tug Taopga a;
week ago and since then has;
been undergoing repairs at the
Industrial Division pier. Many!
passengers 'flew back to the
States, others returned on the
Empress of Scotland last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Boyd Brothers, local agents
Charles H. Lester
Charged In Forgery
An unemployed American, who
was formerly an official 'in the
Veterans of Foreign Wars post at
Cocoli, today was charged "'th
forging a signature on a $75 ch t.
The defendant, Charles H Les Lester
ter Lester of Panama City, waived a
preliminary hearing in a Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Cdurt today,
and was bound over for trial m
U.S. District Court. Bail of $500
was not posted at press time.
Lester is chargel with cashing
a $75 check in the Balboa com commissary
missary commissary which was drawn on the
Chase-Manhattan Bank of New
York, end forging the signature of
"A. Krankowsky" as co-signerA
Krankowsky, department com commander
mander commander of Post Gen. George W.
Roelirtbj No. 3835 W'the VFW said
todft iM Lute Wis formerly
aVprtfledt quartermkstet for the
organisation but was expelled on
Feb. 21. Two si-matures are re
quired on the .VFW checks,! it wai
I The 44-year-old Anerican de defendant
fendant defendant wis formerly employed
as a guard for the Navy Tank
The check was cashed on or :i :i-bout
bout :i-bout March 14, and cajne to the
attpntinn of the treasurer of the
Panama Canal Company when the
co-signer's signature did not tally
with the one they have on file. It
had been cashed at the Balboa
commissary, police said.
Latest Soviet Terms
For Summit Talks
WASHINGTON. March 26 (UP)
Hnretarv of State John Foster
Dulles today rejected Russia s
iatest soviet terms for an aasi-
west summit meeung. n u
i the United States would lose its
chair-jphirt" if it accepted them,
Dulles told a news conference
the Soviet conditions, outlined m
'a note handed U.S.
Llewellyn E. Thompson Jr. in
. .1lJ.ii ,.,milH M.
in Mnscow vesieiuaj. irouiu
tract a terribly high price
A reporter asked whether he
felt the Russian "price tag for
a heads o government meeting
was "too high."
'"I do," the secretary replied.
Dulles said he believed the So-
were willing to negotiate
urther despite the harsh tone of
their recent notes. But ne saia
the outlook for a summit meeting
was dark if the latest Russian
note was an lultimatura.
He emphasized that the umtea
states, was not about to "cave
on Pregident EiseBhower
Reading from a prepared state
ment, Dulles ticked off these un unacceptable
acceptable unacceptable Soviet "price tags" for
a summit meeting:
Treatment of he captive, east eastern
ern eastern European satellite govern governments
ments governments on the sane, basis as free
Western European nations like
France and Italy.
Acceptance of "the legitimacy
of the eastern. German puppet
regime" and "acquiescence in the
continued division, of Germany."
Ending o.' Joint U,S.-Soviet
responsibility for the re-unifica
tion of Germany as reaffirmed atk
ueneva in was.
Acceptance ot me soviet
claim for "numerical parity" in
certain United Nations bodies
"enabling them to invade the will
of the great majority", and, "hir "hir-ther
ther "hir-ther weakening" the U.N.
of items lor a
summit meeting in such a way
lthat "virtuxlly every item 9 out
W 11 implies acceptance of a
oasic soviet tnesis mat tne west
ern powers reject."
for the ship said today they
hoped that the Arosa Sun
would leave on Monday,
She will go to Baltimore for
.-rmpletlOB of repairs
Two englneeri from Bethle-
hem Steefvof Baltimore arrlv-
efl on the Isthmus earlier this
week are carrying on consulta consultations
tions consultations here.
Meanwhile certain valves and
piping which were not available
on the Isthmus were flown In
from the States to complete
Although it was hoped that
the Arosa Sun could be back
in service early next month,
it was not yet known wheth whether
er whether this will he possible.
TWO Other ShiDS. the ArrtKa
Sky and the Arosa star con
tinue to make Cariboean
cruises. In May they will be
finished with these cruise, and
will resume their trans-Atlantic
Panama Line Waiter
Acts Up; Pays $25
Fine At Cristobal
Because he "ac
fused to ideatM;
Planum ne -war
of the pier tale
terday, a waiter oiV
Line's Criitobal ended lip in court
Philip Rivera, a 41-year old
Puerto Rican, was stopped yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon as he wan leaving
the deck gate carrying basket
Wieh customs inspectors asked
him where he got the plantain,
Rivera refused to answer, and be began
gan began yelling and using profanity.
Haifled into Cristobal M a g i s s-trate
trate s-trate Court today, he was found
guilty of disorderly conduct 'and
Police1 said that he had been
drinking before leaving the pier,
but was not intoxicated.
French Reds Won't
Accept De Gaulle
As 'Supreme Savior'
PARE, March 26 (UPW- West Western
ern Western Europe's second largest com communist
munist communist party has warned it will
fight any attempt to install Gen.
Charles de Gaulle as a 'supreme
savior" or to strengthen the ex executive
ecutive executive branch of France's ps-renially-rshaky
Red boss Maurice Thorez told
the Communist Central committee
that any attempt to put the war
hero m place of Premier Few
Gaillard would prove 'neither
smooth nor peaceful."
Thorez also denounced propos-
France's system of parliamentary
responsibility with a nresirlpntial
stem like that the United Stales.
The commurust leader s re remarks
marks remarks were made at a "closed"
session Of the committee's meet meetings
ings meetings in suburban Genevillier3.
Party members "leaked" them
to the press today.
ThoDez was scornful in his re
Section of a "supreme savior" for
France. He did not mention De
Gaulle by name, but he left to
doubt as to whom he had in mind.
Some politicians had honed the
Communists would be willing to
accent a government headed hy
De Gaulle rather than an extreme
right-wing regime if the current
nariiatnentary deadlock forced a
change in the system of govern-
la. Cristobal vp-
Temperature Again Hits High 95
In Monthly Of Blistering Weather
is reached at Balboa
;hed at Balboa
when the thermometer at
graphic Branch station registered a high of 95 degrees.
It was the second time during this month that the tem-
?erature in Balboa 'rose to that level during the day time,
'he first was March 18, which was recorded as the hottest
day this year.
Weather so far this, month on the Pacific tide has been
well above average. All 26 days so far this month have
averaged a maximum 90.3 degrees with a d?.'!y average of
8j3.5 degrees. This fs rfiore than two Cf-r- higher than
the daU average of 81.2 degrees which was maintained in
last year.-'1!1 .'.
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other than weather, recently. A weafier Daiioon munched traveled job.ooo ft., or approxi approximately
mately approximately 20 miles up and fell within 100 yards of the, launching site 3& hours later. A rare
y&nA condition cancelled the effects of the various Winds on the trip up arid down. Airman
David Mason, Albrook weather observer holds the remains of the balloon that landed on his
rar The balloon was launched from the building in the. rear. (Official USAF Photo)
Extremist Agitation Regarding Can a
WASHINGTON, March 26
(UP) Ref. Baniel J. Flood
of Pennsylvania said in a
speech prepared for delivery
today that the State Depart Department
ment Department or congress itself should
make some declaration to
counter extremists' agitation
concerning the status of the
In tlje prepared text of an
address to the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives he scud that the na nationalization
tionalization nationalization of the Suez Canaj
by Egypt in 1966 was followed
by voluminous communist pro propaganda
paganda propaganda aimed at .vrestinf;
ownership and control of the
Panama Canal from the Un t t-ed
ed t-ed States and transferring its
Wails As Admirer
RIO DE JANEIRO (UP)- Ac Actress
tress Actress Linda Christian, ex-wife of
Tyrone Power, complained today
that a new Brazilian admirer who
h savs insists that "I've got to
marry him" is holding on to her
passport to make sure she doesn't
Miss Christian said she wants
to recover the passport from tex textile
tile textile millionaire Dirceu Fontoura
not only for travel-purposes hut
as a mbmento of the places she
visited on whatfwa&to have been
a round-the-wor'd tBp with Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Pignatari.
The Pignatari romance fizzled
out in Brazil, and recently the
actress' ex-admirer picketed her
hotel here with signs saying "Lin "Linda
da "Linda go home."
in a month of Mistering
Heights yesterday afternoon
the Meteorological and Hydro
'"j1 $ i m
The-Albrook AFB Weather Station recorded a phenomenon.
Says US Should Counter
lurjsdictkn to some interna
tional or other authority.
He !-a'd also that national nationalistic
istic nationalistic agitation in Panama In Involves
volves Involves serious dangers to the
Flood :is a member of the
House committee on Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations and of the subcommittee
which handles affairs pertain pertaining
ing pertaining to the Panama Canal com company
pany company and the Canal Zone Gov Government.
ernment. Government. Flood asserted his friend friendship
ship friendship toward Panama and La
Eisenhower Says Russians
May Get US A-Tesf Invite
WASHINGTON, March 26
(UP). President Elsenhower
announced today that foreign foreigners,
ers, foreigners, prdbably including Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, will be invited to witness
a U.S. nuclear test "in which
radioactive fallout will be dras drastically
tically drastically reduced."
The test will be one of a
series starting next month at
the Eniwetok-Bikini proving
ground in the Pacific.
The President said American
scientists have been making
progress in reducing radioactive
fallout from nuclear explosions
"In the hope and belief that
basic advances in both the
Deaceful and military uses of
nuclear energy will .thus be
The President announced
at bis news conference that
the United States plans to
ask the United Nations to
select group of qualified
scientific observers to witness
what he said would be a
"large nuclear explosion."
He voiced hope that the
United Nations would select the
15-natlon U.N. scientific com committee
mittee committee on the effects of atomic
radiation to. witness the test.
He pointed out that the Soviet
Union and Czechoslovakia are
on this committee.
The President said the ex explosion
plosion explosion will demonstrate the
progress that American scien scientists
tists scientists .are making in reducing
radioactive fallout from nu nuclear
clear nuclear explosions.
The President at the same
time left open the possibility
that the Ilnit4 ctt mliv
tin America! and said he
would ot ad vi! te any pol
e of justice ana
"However," he said, "I do be believe
lieve believe that tht time has come
when extremj and radical de demands
mands demands for th surrender by the
United State, of all Its power
and Jurisdiction in and about
the Panama Canal require a
frank expression of views by
these in authority In the Unit United
ed United States."
split up its disarmament
"package," long rejected by
the Soviets and agree to an
arrangement to suspend nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests in the future.
Up to how the United States
has insisted a weapons cutoff
along with a test suspension.
This county has also insist insisted
ed insisted that any test can be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by arrangements for an
inspection system to prevent
The President also.
Reiterated that any East East-West
West East-West summit meeting with
Russia must be carefully pre
pared in advance. Asked why
the Russians talk, about a sum summit
mit summit meeting with such "urgen "urgen-"
" "urgen-" the President said they
Hieve they are convincing the"
vorld they really want peace
and that any East-West agree agreements
ments agreements would be sound and en enforceable.
forceable. enforceable. i
The United States, he said,
wishes to be' conciliatory. But
it will not get into the posi position
tion position of appearing to accept
every point the Soviets are
making in discusions of a
Said he has no fears about
what Soviet Communist Party
boss Nikita Khrushchev would
do for propaganda if he came
to the United States for a
summit- narley. The President
said he has not changed his
views that It might be better
to hold a Summit conference
'in the United States if it were
to last a long time.
Lists No Hearings
In Near Future
WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP) No immediate
action is contemplated on the bill to eliminate the dif
ferentials in the wage scales
nouse committee sources said today.
The bill, written as implementing legislation to put
into effect the provisions of the 1955 treaty concerning
wages scales, passed the Senate lafe.last session.
Hearings onit were held last year by the House con con-mittee
mittee con-mittee on Post Office and Civil Service, but no further
action has been taken.
Committee sources said
whether the bill will come up
They said at any rate
it for the next few; weeks.
Sosa Smokes Again, But This Years
Only Damage Is To Creosoted Piles
Sou Hill went up in imejs?
gain yesterday afternoon.
The annual spectacle of the
burning of Sosa Hill took Balboa
residents as well as Balboa fire firefighters
fighters firefighters by. surprise this year
when school children allegedly sta stationed
tioned stationed in the vicinity of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa swimming pool set fire to
the dry grass at the base Oi" the
Three fire rigs, one from Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal and' two irom Balboa were
called out immediately and stood
by under the command of Chief
W. R. Jones of the Balboa Fire Fire-District
District Fire-District to protect buildings and
other installations. The Ba'boa
ire men were assisted by the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa police, who sent out two cars
to patrol the area and direct traf traffic.
fic. traffic. The fire was a spectacular per performance,
formance, performance, as, always, and with
the assistance of a good north
wind, was completely burned out
within an hour or so.
The only casualty this ve'ar was
the destruction of a number of
creosoted pilings which has been
stored by the Maintenance Divi Division
sion Division on the quarry side of thhe
hil'. The pilings, which had been
13 Top Scientists
From NATO Nations
PARIS. March 26 (UP) Top
scientists irom is JNortn Atlantic
Treaty Organization nations met
here totfay to figure out how to
keep NATO abreast or ahead of
Russia m technical achievement
Thje scientists are members of
a special science committee decid
ed upon by the NATO chiefs of
government at their December
conference here to help the orga
nivtion combat what seemed then
a clear-cut Russian lead in missile
and satellite technology.
American Dr. Norman F. Ram
sey, recently appointed science ad
visor to NATO Secretary-General
Paul-Henri Spaak, wilt head the
four-day conference which will stu study
dy study ways to increase the supply of
technically framed men m each of
the NATO nations.
The committee, which is meet meeting
ing meeting for the first time, will convene
again periodically to review pro progress
gress progress realized in carrying put its
Only Iceland and Luxembourg
among the 15 NATO nations have
no representatives on the commit committee,
tee, committee, which will also study means
of coordinating scientific achieve achievement
ment achievement among NATO members.
STILL GOING STRONG
GREENLEA, Scotland, March
26 (UP) David Ramsay today
credited a daily bowl of porridge
and hard work for his virility.
Ramsav's wife gave birth to
twin girls yesterday, their eighth
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ana nmin cnuaren. mrs. nauuajr
is 39. ny .ia 86.
of the Panama Canal Zone,
today it is not vet known
there is nothing scheduled on
liftMfejiilft .Thatcher Ferry
were a total low. Although
u II mi HWU .1 ...
Mff from the smoke, firemen
stood by the smouldering pilings
'Safely Good Turn'
At Seoul Luncheon
A "kick-off" luncheon at the Ti Ti-veil
veil Ti-veil Guest House yesterday mark marked
ed marked the opening of the Canal Zone
Scout Council's "Safety Good
Turn" program for 1958.
Over 100 people, representa representative
tive representative of the Canal Zone communi community,
ty, community, gathered to hear about tome
of the highlights of the campaign
which is stressing the need for
helping the youth to observe im important
portant important rules of safety.
The idea for the program was
based on a suggestion by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower made last July
to the Boy Scouts of America.
Making the entire community
"safety-conscious" will be the goal
of the capii?:"'i which was
Chairman o. ocout Council s
Health and Safety Committee, Col.
Charles O. Bruce stressed the fact
that there is no safety vaccine,
hence the importance of the task
of making safety a habit among
Gen. George F. Schlator,.ii! Schlator,.ii!-Ident
Ident Schlator,.ii!-Ident of the Canal Zone Scout
Council of the Boy. Scouts ot A'
merica and Gov. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter were among the speakers.
Scout Commissioner Dan Dan Daniels
iels Daniels reported on the activities of
the scouts for 1958.
Three representatives of
cies closely connected with
for children spoke briefly a
luncheon. They were Maj.
Darden, chief of the Canal
Police; Fire Marshal W. G.
Ian and Siguard Esser, ;
superintendent who spoke
departments' participation ia
coming safety program.
-If It's Water
LONDON (UP)-Today's posen
Is it unparliamentary to say
lawmaker drank his lunch?
Some back-bench members of
Parliament think it is. They spoke
up after Socialist Robert Edwards
interrupted a speech by Conservative-Dudley
Williams and accused
him of "having his lunch out of
Furthermore, Edwards added,
"it is the bottle which is speak speaking
ing speaking and not the honorable mem
The deputy speaker of the
House of Commons, Sir Charles
Mac Andrew was asked by the
backbenchers if such a statement
was "proper and seemly."
The deputy speaker ponderer)
and ruled it's not improper "if
there was nothing except water"
n the bottle.
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CABS, CASH AND QEEDFT UNIONS
i am atiii wonderine what really Li behind the Panama Foreign
Office' protest against the operation of credit cooperatives in tne
Caunal Zone. I say "credit cooperative" because that's exactly what
the Canal Zone Credit Union is. And that goes for the rest of Canal
Zone organizations operating under the title of credit unions.
c-von fhniiah mnv Znnians borrow monev from the credit unions
'And buy automobiles in the States at a great saving, much to the
'displeasure of Panama autmobile dealers, i think the automobile
dealers would hesitate to make any such request because some
limart Zonians still buy automobiles from them even though it
means shelling out a couple hundred dollars more.
You see, the automobile dealers prefer a cash to a credit sale
By-day: leas paper work, quicker turnover and more ready money
"'ermanent or semi-permanent Zone residents who go ahead and
buy cars in the States, find out a few years later when they start
twin about new car that they can't think of trading it in with
their statewide dealer and find it so hard to find a buyer that they
have to sell at a loss so that it won't cost a Panama purchaser too
much after he has paid the duty to bring it into Panama.
So jwi see, the savings made when a car is origmally bought
Stateside ia eventually lost when the car is to be sold locally so that
theowner can buy a new one from the same Stateside source.
-As 1 said before, there must be some other reason behind the
Foreign Office request. If it's just another sly way of trying em emphasis
phasis emphasis the sovereignty Idea, why m't they come out and say so
r t lj ii uA vtfeor av with nm of the long time leaders 01
tht cooperative movement in Panama, a- Panamanian who can be
considered an expert on cooperatives, and he can't seem to fathom
'the Foreigr Office's reason eitner. k tt c va
tt. uTMraiiianpp exercised bv the U.S. red'
i eral Wes (credit unions) operating n the
!Kai 'on. and maintains that they are no different in nature to
those now operating in Panama with the encouragement of the ran ran-,ma
,ma ran-,ma government. uimatar Bovd has made an-
josWndstake m his eagerness to please the economic .interest! i of
!oWe of his friends a mistake which won't increase his posterity
Iwith Panamanian employes of the Cana Zone and one which will
i lower his prestige in the eyes or. noin aomans mm v
ii ft 4.U avtrtBrinO flT PTPM 1 I- LUliUllO 111 lIl Viui
wnetner or JL3Tta W.tv much heside
,& t .tT5. date." cTiuchrnation cTiuchrnation-,,
,, cTiuchrnation-,, kir, Trtiii one wav or the other
!22"S CSS rrStTwi.'.
fgefc together for the purpose of of
!that nobody tan make. ""iirt'wiMited for
ISfcS- and othcr costs
5?e kept down to the ,5, to people of limited
The result is that ,maU ZXo the
means at a reasonable ,iiy ip 3 0 1 per
eharge by tne usnw i"" v- p
montn. j... ftf credit union among a recwa
'Etoup of M. LtTi,3BVa given VmnM-
rhv one 4tmembera lhm the usual financial
cation by one .oritsfimwii JCmm.rCial loanS.
an nrlmarily eittDianea iow"--" ,.,nt..r.st than the
Alio it la in A ponuon ro f; g0urce of credit
loanVk-which are gently tfXXge self-re-ther
tean frlenda and "'"'"cent as a last resort.
Specting indlvldnal does not care to go people Uvtag
is a credit union worthwhile for a group 01 mlnlstriltton
- in the RDepublic of Jf thtok so The brganizaton
S the RepuOblle of Pan am Sa by the Point
dent de la Ouardia. residents Of Panama are they
atfk the need
If jaffSE? and condoned
"Credit Unions have tor years cal &nd reUglous
SotbSere that vmgrta ellmln ellmln-rnovement
rnovement ellmln-rnovement to elimin W fJoS ti severe blow to the
ation of credit unions ito the zone wu crtainiy a
credit union nwvwiwuv "lveliberaliitti in the country,
setback to the owth JlJStitonw f1
ttz-z" of communisro
ln tM8. f credit unions in the Zone serves as an ex-
in tne zwne l"rv" ultimate aim of Mr. oyar
Ey VICTOR RIISEL
CINCINNATI I've just arrived
by otu-tashioned iron norse hum
Dayton, where an Air Force space
snip landed after a -five day tri
around the earth, h was a aummy
suip on a maae-belive flight ba,
the boys as Wright-Patterson Air Air-base
base Air-base were excited tor, accorumg
to tneir reckoning, the thing would
nave accelerateu and aeccieidie
so periecuy man u woula have
passeu over the Kobiei-Keutner-
aheDoygan-ulilwaukee strike area
at 1&,U00 feet.
This souuueu like a mighty safe
venture so 1 inquired aoout it tur
ther not out 0t sciemuic curiosi
ty but because I've been in uum,
a mighty cnarat .ensue inaustrial
state, trying to find our lor my
self who is working and who is
not and what's happening to tne
economy. Will missiles, space
ships and the new electronic wi
zardry make millions of new jobs?
Mow l know thay oy iiu well
be able to plot a course to Mars.
But I'm also told mat tins na
tion cannot count on the missue
industry to hit us out oi tne reces recession.
sion. recession. True, here in Cincinnati, you
find the Baldwin Piano Co. has
gohe to war, so to speak. Along
with firms here wnicn are oetter
known for making watches, wasa-
ing machines, radio and TV re
ceivers, tne purveyor oi tunes is
a manufacturer oi pans lor the
Pentagon. These firms are Knows
as component makers in the bal ballistic
listic ballistic missiles sub-contracting sys
tem, involving tens of thousands
Some have added a few workers
to their payrolls. But the tact is
that total employment in tne mis
sile field is falling even now. L. De Deployment
ployment Deployment in the aircrait, missue
and component parts industry dur
ing 1957 averaged bvb.iuu wor
ers. The ficure is much lower now
At the last count, in December,
itras 787,200. The biggest decline
came during the Octooer-Novem-ber
month when 41,000 worner
lost their iobs. Despite Sputnik,
Explorer and Vanguard, the de decrease
crease decrease continues.
True, well over a billion dollars
has been added to the missile pro
gram, but that won't make joos,
lk takes far fewer men to weave
together .one of the missiles than
it did to trundle out a 10,000,000
iB-52. Once you have several thou
sand missiles stockpiled mat s u,
except for shipping some back to
the factory lor an overnauiing ana
dumoine the few that go bad.
It's much the same, 1 ve learned
on this trip, in the atomic bomb
am. We have some jo.uw a-
bombs started except for the one
that fell on Carolina. The flyboys
know how ttf M three or four A-
bombs together to trigger one Hy Hydrogen
drogen Hydrogen bomb. But it takes mighty
few of the H-bombs to keep in
shane for Khrushchev's chess
During the Suez soiree, we nao
100 Hydrogen bombs in tne air
at all times. Today we have some
35 and the military, believes that's
25 or 30 more than is necessary
to wipe out an enemy's will to
toy with civilization.
Thus, production ox manneu air
craft anrt euided missiles will, re
quire fewer men. Those needed
will have tube argniy ssiueu. mere
MXBfrU WW j
WASHINGTON Reason (or! Supporting them is Bob Ander-
conflicting statement out of the son, the Texas rancher and oil oil-White
White oil-White House on the business re- nan, now Secretary of the Trea Trea-cession
cession Trea-cession last week a serious split sary whose job it is to raise the
inside the Cabinet, plus the fact l money. If he was the neryoOs type
that bad news has penetrated he'd lie awake at night worrying
through the White House .guard) where the money is coming from
wiin run iorce to ixen imse,i ano u congress simultaneously cuts
he is alarmed. itaxes and goes on a psending snree.
Just one week ago Ike's Secre- Percival Brundase. the director
tary of the Treasury Bob Ander- of a the Budget who bowed out of
son had gone to his-fellow Texan; oLice suddenly, agreed with this
Speaker Sam Rayburn, and patch- group up until a ew days before
eu up a truce regarding taxes. ms resignation. They he flew into
natner than nave Democrats and t panic over the ptunging econo econo-Repubncane
Repubncane econo-Repubncane outdoing each other my and switched frantically tA
in promising tax cuts,. they agreed toe move-now group.
hj. say no more, oo no more re-i sigmflcanUy, WilUam McChes McChes-garding
garding McChes-garding Ux cuts withoufprior no-ney Martin, chairman of the Fe-
Vlivuvu. .Qwai neserve uoaro, orother In-
Four days later this truce was law of Sir Roger Makin, the ex ex-broken
broken ex-broken by the President himself. British Ambassadoor in Washing Washing-Senate
Senate Washing-Senate Republican leader Bui ton now charged with watching
Knowland, leaving the White-House British economy, is a member o
after a long conference with thethe go-slow group.
President, aanounced that it would
be at least two months before the(. Tbe Federal Reserve Board
administration makes a ilpision is supposed to be indenendent nt
on cutting taxes. l the Administration, but there was
The Knowland statement came note-comparing under the Deomo-
at 12:11 p.m. At 12:59 p.m. the "ats as there is under the Repub Repub-Fresident
Fresident Repub-Fresident promised a group o, Jeans today. Martin believes tho
cheering. Republican women that recession may have a healthy ef
ect on the economy in toe long
un by forcing orices down. Ha
wants to wait and see.
Also belonging to the wait-and-
he would cut taxes If necessary.
This threw the tax-cuttine fnt
right back into the fire, it also
ignored tne m-ivate warnihj from
Detroit automobile manufacturers s-e group are Secretary of Com-
inoia m oi wxea omy neio oacK ici ce oinciair v eeKs, tne blue blue-the
the blue-the buying of automobiles. I blood Boston banker; silver ma-
The public, they warned, a KmSSSm 5i'MS?cfaT ?"
not going to rush to buv cars as HeFaW Traveler; together
long ITtheVcan how or f $200 lvith sincer?' conservative Secre Secre-reducfion
reducfion Secre-reducfion o excise tes per car. of Afrieuttuw Ezra Taft Ben-
Walter Winchell In New York
WAR AGAINST RECESSION
Jublic. Certainly, h fwth
fa the Zone would have the ef MR w M eo d?
in the RDepublic. Is that the ultimate aim oi Archbishop
, I would like to V,'"v hiismessman in Panama (tnere
Beckman and or not the
I must oe some j m '"T tv,i ranal Zone is an innuence iyi
gooa or ior "r""T "0,di,reaarding for the past
M5ft8! S SSS be printed in the
I epanish edition of the Panama American
I v' tfHAT GOES ON?
I "'.f Promina of Psnama? For us Panamanians it used to
I rrV&sof war her.. Atg.35p.rn. Vm JXl
WSiS-lM"lTliD Abajo judge marches
' F16" Tuli jimn anri orders some of those same
pan to gTt out of the movie and 1 take their kids with them
I P You c exercise your right to freedom of speech by a
i whars wrong that only a few minutes after paying for your ticket
SlwttSout of the movie. If you do exercise your freedom of
J SfftaSS way you are taken to jail for what the judge claims
' ta .Si'IV!- T,..r. Everyone knows
I mow a poircemau -j avjTW" v .11 frise
who that Teenager was. Then aeai wim me
n t Snfthit thrVyears ago our President wgs killed, Nc Nc-SSS
SSS Nc-SSS httft who kffled him, but at least at that time the
THE DEADLY DEPARTMENT
The Chfef of Staff of the U.S
Army is the top soldier of the coun country.
try. country. He must be a soldier's soldi'
er the top professional. He was
once the connecting link with his
only two superiors (the Secretary
of War and the Commander In-
Chief) and the battlefield.
What has happened to that great
and all important office? The pre-
sent Chief of Staff, Maxwell D.
Taylor, has solemnly warned
"There are 19 civilian officials be between
tween between the Chief of Staff and the
Commander In Chief who either
command or influence the Chief
of Staff's conduct of the business
of the Army." This could be the
most important fact in your life;
the cause of yourdeath.
New hear some of the great
names who earned the great title
of Chief of Staff: Generals Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Wood; Tasker H. Bliss, Joan
J. Pershing, Douglas MacArthur,
George C. Marshall, Omar Brad
ley and Dwight David Eisenhow
er... General John J. Pershing
cracked the Hindenburg Line, Ge
neral Douglas MacArthur recap
tured the Pacific, and Generals
Marshall, Bradley and Dwight Da
vid Eisenhower toppled the Man
war machine, 'all, so far as the
history books tell, without help
This is a vu ry serious charge the darkest picture. For the first
but Senator MansfeM has set if
in Congressional Re
The Move-now Group Chief ad
vocates of drastic -anti-recession
action inside the Cabinet are Se
cretary of Labor Jim Mitchell and
cord for an a mated nation to
. is simply no question
on the facts; The Defense De Department
partment Department has token the mony
appropriated by Congress for
the nation's fighting men nd
converted It to Its own uta...ln
civilian life, any bank president
in similar types of. operations
would have to have a good ex explanation
planation explanation for the district attor attor-i
i attor-i i.y
The misdirection of feonares
sionai appropriations by, the De
fense Department started crippl
tag the Air Force over six yearsj
ago. as a resun, our mastery ui
the skies is now open to question question-In
In question-In turn, the United States Marines
are the latest fighting men to feel
this flight of, bureaucracy.
As the clouds of war gather from
Cairo and the Euphrates and from
Suez to Yemen, it is obvious that
additional heavy burdens are ne
tag placed upon the Marines. Our
international responsibilities have
increased by thousands of miies
while the Department of Defense
has cut down the Marines by thou
sands of -men... Even this is not
Meanwhile, the White House rc-
embles Ike's offices during the!
economic reports are scanned r k b : "'t. .rn'a
as anxiously aT were scanned the SJ2f r ensident Vhclef, e.c0 e.c0-reports
reports e.c0-reports from the 106th Division lTLJE SM"
Getf..Tony McAuli'fe's 101st Air- S but fav0rs cer"
borne Didision durini that rrP i ."iS nn-recession moves.
inn in histnrv the Tathrnrk V.tl. ; tu aj t i. "Ml WOmeS the mOVe-now ffrnnn
will not have sufficient por supe- nund Christmas of 1944. ini?resent recession shows
rior equipment. The truth is thati what the Pmaident'a ecnnomiP ?A"? ?t hng much severe than
the advance in Red field weapons
is even more spectacular than their
advance in space... No United
States Marine was ever outfought.
But to the great danger and great greater
er greater disgrace of. this country, the
Marines are now insufficiently arm
What the President's economic tlose "f
dvisefs are watehinir ara- i 12S1 i??89 Ud 1953-54
Fighting this fight of the Ameri
can people and the United States
Constitution against the depreda
tions of the Defense Department,
Senators Mansfield and Syming
ton are determined that the cons
1. New construction contracts;
. new ousiness oruers;
3. Insurance companies' invest
4. Advance ) financing for new
5. The fluctuation of the stock
They believe these give the
business barometer better than
unemp yment' figurs.
So far, the barometer is not hope
ful. Employment usually rises in
March' with spring construction.
titutional issue on appropriated but unemployment figures so far,
funds go to a finish... congress congressmen
men congressmen Vinson, Arends and Kilday
are carrying the battle in the House
The fundamental question is very
simple: The American people vot
ed the money foor the Air Force
and the Mirtae--and they don't
get it. If our country can afford
three and a half billions for fo-
though scattered, whow a continu
ed drop in income
This indicates that more neonle
: ... . v :
are hosing their jobs and that
those Who are keeping their jobs
are getting eitner pay cuis or less
SPLIT IN CABINET
Basic difference in that th. re
cession has been caused partly
by a slowdown in capital goods.
Manufacturers have been ordering
cos umicnai to produce consume
er gows ano tne economists claim
this is a bad sigh.
NEW COMPUTER READY
PHILADELPHIA, March. 2
(UP) Philco Corp. announced
its entry into the computer mar market
ket market of its a'l-transistor large-scalo
2?S?Sler sns for between
$700,000 and $1,250,000 and rente
for about $14,000 monthly.
of the bureaucracy brigade.
ST !tJ:r, civiUan Departfaent o De"
- -i .Hn...a inn .(anni i i ( i r i i
ups and downs lor the rest of us?
' .... ftl J. i 1 .,Anlc
It so nappens mat t
m t e J
my n ir", T,'" it mS to be now
nt wshduld adults have to be in by 11 p.m.? IOs this a con-
nicians. Maehnist Union people,
who work on the Atlas, tell me
that it generates 3,000,000 horse
Po6.1": . ... t,
".This is equal o au mat
nots, lowa ana iNeorpBua can ge generate
nerate generate at onftime,1: I'm inform
ed. This kind of "engine" takes an
immense amount of wiring but re
latively few people can handle the
job compared wun w m f1"
Hnrtinn inps necessary lor inamieu
aircraft. The bulk of one of the
big rockets is in the nuge tanic
which carries the fuel. And this
takes little manpower, too.
Illustrative of the comparative
handful of workers needed on the
final rocket assembly lines is wnai
nnmirrori th other Week at the
Chrysler Warren plant outside De
troit. There they Degan looiing u-
for the Jupiter intermediate rauc
They'll soon be in high gear on
the hurtling hardware. But the
ttai inh increase reported to date
is 500-and this program is part
of a $52,000)00 missue contravi ui ui-d.r
d.r ui-d.r for mnv Michigan plants:.
There is only one missile area
which wUl hold steady while the
,w. rUMin That's in the pro-
duction of air-toafrm i s s 1 1 e I,
ground-to-ar missiles, etc. These
are Uke artillery shells. We have
to have them ready everywhere
for defense shooting. But we 11 soon
have enough of these, toot-m a
"cVvS the way back o full
homes; new hospitals. There'll be
more jobs on the path to peace
than on the roaa to t-
The Commanding Admiral of the
United States Nayy is also its top
professional. As chief of naval i i-Derations
Derations i-Derations the CNO and its No
1 onerational flag officer, he must
be a sailor's sailor. The present
Chief of Naval Operations (Admir (Admiral
al (Admiral Arleigh Brurke ) has a long lino
of tiny Hags on his desk 11 in ait
Are thev the standards of our al
lies? Or the ensigns of our battle
fleets? Or of the speedy men-o-
war he commanded when he won
- i mwy
The leK'of my country have done this for me and my conn-
Tcaused many commissaries to be closed, throwing hundreds
out of Work; -m-iriUarles closing, grocery
SS TwouM b opened "to PanamTw those who had .tat
th eomssaries jobs could get work. Sure the grocery
.toes werTopX and not one dark Panamanians work-
l Contriy?dto have a lot of their own shopping done for them
i. ccnwiveo w nave Army wives whose
noti here "on thVlsthmus iannoteven shop in
MSVPlZniSiiA the commissaries
r&L L2? tTZArV t U that time there has never been a
K"w blg astoe onerSently discovered. The shortage Is just
.Kef raly ay to get rid of a few more Pf"Xilr,,dv We
Many thousands of Panamanians are out of work already. We
Z1 -n.,rh nrimarv schoo s. e thT. You enroll your kids
toa senool OK one year, then the next year they can't get in because
there isno snace. This is toe sort of thing that makes juvenile de-
the fighting title oi "31 ivnoi
Burke"? Not at all. They are-the
flaes. if you mease, of the non-
seagoing civilians of the Defense
Denoratment the C.N .0. must con-
sn t before he gets to tne com
Admiral Dewey, at Manila Bay.
Admiral Samnson at Santiago, Ad
miral Sims in theNorth Atlantic,
Admiral Spruance at Midway, all
swept the sleas of our country's
enemies without a ueiense uepi.
The hamstringing of the Army'
Chief of Staff and the Chief of
Naval Operations is more than an
identification of the Defense De-
nartment's bureaucracy: it is the
tragic definition of the present pa pa-raivsix
raivsix pa-raivsix of our armed forces ...
Worse still if could be the epitaph
of the United states oi America
The Defense Secretary's organiza
tion now consists of 2,900 peopb.
Thev function, believe it or not,
under the titles of Under Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense, Assistant Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense, Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense, Special As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the Assistant Secretary
of Defense, director, staff direc direc-tw
tw direc-tw rienntv director, deputy salf
direcor, coordinator, deputy co co-ntinatnr
ntinatnr co-ntinatnr etc.. etc.. with an aver-
age allowance cil bdou iw t""'
flunkies per title, and of course,
The Department Defense
has the firing power over the ob
of every earcor fighting man in I
the fighting services, and it is
not above using it, as witness
the departure in disgust of Ge
neral Gavin. Further, this .bun
gling bureau ef bureaucracy can
paralyze our Army, immenbilue
our fltnt, ground our Air Force
and mutilate the Marine Corps
without moving from behind Its
parapet of typewriters. Moreov
er it has used this power. How?
By simply taking the money Con-
arwat iDnronriatai if or the fight
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155 Central Ave.
Distributor lor Panama
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"tk'LTL mlilKev MeakwhUe, here is how the-Ca-have
toe additional 350 nutoey lMt u rf ht dwn tht ,miA.
heed t0.P"te?Ly.Trf?2n,,.n 1 e regarding the business slump:
milhons in foreign aid were squan- Go.t,w G8Up The ma.ori
dered or stolen in Iran and Boll- Cabinet group believes in taking
via alone... The ofiicial reports say no hssty actf;on until mid.May,
that proper books weren t teA -They more worried over in.
kept. Yet the same amount oi flation thn depression, believe the
wasted or sioien money mw administraUon was panicked back
raise toe Marines to whef4 tney, n 19354 moved too quickly to
couia at least oeieno inemaeives i,ead 0f a recession, with the
Todathey are below 275,(K-a; r2SUit that the recession was 'ov-
bout the equivalent of asking jbck crcured" and started prices on
Demosey to fight Fnrpo with a tieir inflationary spiral.
broken left arm. Only on a much They don't want to made this
lareer scale, it's Uncle Sam si nistake again, are willing to gam-
Aroused Statesmen on t,apnm 1 e mat tne economy win pun out
Hill are determined to rescue the its skimp,
nation', t iohtine streneth... In the A tax cut now, they argue, would
meanume, tne uepartmeui a c.v um imu, uuuvuns
fense bears the terriDie responsi- te Duaset, iea to mgner prices,
u:im.. ,h. livoa nf the under-1 more iniiaaon. 1
ouitj m m --r--- rVli. ...wi,-- wi- ..,u .J
j mmmaj-i inn tinnpi ar 1 viuci ai Liuir i l u liiis wnii-niiu-
Zllariser '?m dyiser Gahriel Hauge, the
T piDe-smokms. tweed-suit economist
l--.'alii .ntioiiv nails who has been with Ike since the
TO BIS r1.11, .ini
i: a mum. Mtii no, ni ,,,
2JS bTtET imTrican rM is comes from
conk. Juslanother-bigger g SSmSSHi
hureancrat! The Constitution pro iP" nA- '"fr J..U01.l.ern(l..S
vide; that the Preaidentilone .hall nSTS the White House
ne uommanuer-ui-viuji. u- on domesuc policies, bar none
failed to perform the duties of bis.
office? If he-nas, tne uonsuiuuou
provides that he shall be impeacn-
ed. lout you can Dei mat u
ll A 1- ftl.' TVrOtf
II planners won 1 is ui w
Iffu want to deprive the President
Of ms powers, not. in iua uuiv.
Thai ara 3g civilians between
the fighting services snd their fin final
al final high command. But there is
only one man between you and
your Congressman and Senators:
The mailman, use mm...
message can be pimple. If no
additional money for the Air Force;
and Marines, then no foreign aid;
And don't defeat the Big .Plat:
v;n Mi After all. what's more U-,
nifvine' than a Concentration
Although a variation of golf
was played by the Romans',
French and Dutch before tha
18th century, the game took its
I present form about 1750 in
I Scotland. The Royal and An An-I
I An-I cieht Golf Club of St. Andrew!
I was established in 1754. The
first permanent type golf
course in the United States,
the-St. Andrew C4olf Club, was
i started as a six-hole course in
1 1888 at Yonkers, N.Y. Chicago,
.is credited with having built
'the first 18-hole course In thd
I United States. I
Jr Brltannlca Jr. Eyeopelt
Cook Book Look
Answer to Previous Puizto
1 Corned beef
5 -roe 2 Mine entrance
9 fishcakes 3 Caterpillar
WASHINGTON Secretary O
State John Foster Dulles, testify testifying
ing testifying before the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committee on behaf oi
the President s toreign am
rTn' Mit these funds would be
to cut employment here at ome
as yeu as endanger our nauou-
FORT CHAFFniiii, Ark. -4 Elvls
Presley, arriving here to begin a
new career as an Army privatet
"I'm as nervous S3 when I
made my first stage appearance."
WILDCAT MOUNTAIN, N.H.--Page
H. Jones, a witness to the
plunge of a- runaway ski lift in
which two persons were injured:
"I rushed outside ana saw some
of the cabs hurtling along the ca
We. TheV were trave tag like bul
lets. As each one hit it soundsd
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18 Bring to a
21 Thin board
23 Be seated
5 Pots' for
8 Scandinavians. 26 Sedateness
9 Hired for 28 Of bees
exclusive use 30 Require
10 French river 31 Advantages
1 1 Deceased 33 Is indolent
16 Refer 35 Follows
20 Ventilated 40 Ointment
27 ZT Mj0r 01 22 Amphitheater 43 Pepper plant
29 City in
39 Sad cry
41 Dentist tab)
57 Cry of -bacchanals
58 High oards
59 Abstract being
24 Competent 45 Calyx part
i p ft ? t p j p ft n
r f r r
r "-9 f r
l 17 -fS
iiii r i i I i r I 1 1 -ii
ing men and using it for itself..
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY VFWSPAPEH
Curondu Cub Seowt Pek 7
Holds Annul Treek Meet
Last Saturday, Summit Park be became
came became tue scene o. atmetic acuvity
ior toe Cud scouts ot tack 1, tu
runau, wno had gathered to par participate
ticipate participate in Their annual Ufa
Vis is odfe of the big club high high-ligiU4.0i.
ligiU4.0i. high-ligiU4.0i. we year wucu uie Cuos
meet to euiuse in eompeuuve ac-
tmaes vuu cucu ouier auu. wvuc
tneir orouiers, sisters, parents aftu
menus 10 orwg a iunca ana cneer
tnem en to vicauy. ims year me
tieu anu irac meet was luwapea
by over loo peopie.-inciuuiug tae
xae cubs were to arrive wtvh
theu- Jauu.es ai,-t .iu. reaoy w
join in uie tuu. riowevei some
"Uiy arrivals xound tne pack com-nuuee-jnemuei'a
iiMMeoar.uk a awuut pit m e
broaa uuu m jumps; senwg a
sm.a nt)D wanon reauy to uispuise
vni.a raij to tmrsty auueies
nn tnp.r tjiiuims: onu reauyuig
aruas ior a aO-yard uash,, a dea
reiav rae ana a oaseoaa Uirow.
'ihese live activities were the e e-vents
vents e-vents scneduieo -or the uay.
After families had arrived and
deposuea tneir picnic preparations
for a ieast .ater in tne uay, tne
Cubs v.-j registered and, separat separated
ed separated intu -o groups according to
size. Group I comprised the taller
boys ana, Group II the smaller
boys. Fkteen Cuds were registered
in Group I and 23 in Group II. ;
Group I started the events with
the broad jump. The winners in
' this event were: Pat McCarrragh McCarrragh-er,
er, McCarrragh-er, first John Bates, second; Nqr Nqr-ris
ris Nqr-ris Fussell, third; Geoerge Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, sourth. Group II winners in
the broad jump were: Kenneth
Scott, iirst; Robert Donley, second;
Billy Gough, third Dennis Palm Palmer,
er, Palmer, fourth. The winning jump in
Group I was 12 feet 7 inches, and
in Group II was 9 ieet 5 inches.
The second event was the high
jump. The winners of Group I in
this event were: Donald Tucker,
first James Nichols, second Can
Ferah, third; George Stanley
fourth. Group II winners in the
high jump were: Billy Gough,
first;, Kenneth Scott, second, A A-lan
lan A-lan Blumberg, third; Orval Sear
cy, fourth. The winning lump in
:l j .iucues auu
ie objects of tne d a s e o a 1 1
throw which was the nexLevent,
was to determine which Cub Scout
in each group could throw the ball
the longest distance. The winners
of this event in Group I were:
Pat McCarragher, first Donald
Tucker, second; James Fehren Fehren-back,
back, Fehren-back, third; Norris Fussell, fourth.
In Group II the winners were:
Billy Gough, first Robert Donley,
second; Alan, Blumberg, thrid, Ed Ed-mond
mond Ed-mond Andrews, fourth.
A favorite event each year is
the 50-yard dash. The winners in
this event in Grout) I were. Pat
McCarragher, first; Geoerge Stan-J
ley, secona uonaia lujCKer, tnird;
John Bates, fourth. In Group
u tne winners were: Kobert Don Donley,
ley, Donley, iirst; Dennis Palmer, second
unaries Fontaine, third John Shi Shi-rey,
rey, Shi-rey, fourth.'
The fifth and last event was
the popular deii relay race, in
which the members of each den
participate in a relay. The winners
of this event were: Den 5, iirst;
Den 3, second Den 2, third; Den
4, fourth and Den 1, fi.th.
Upon completion of this event,
the Cubs gathered with, their fam families
ilies families in Den groups and did their
Moms and Dadas proud by con
suming most of everything edible
wiuun seeing aistance. Tne tree
pop wagon was a favorite sppt all
day, and the pop was dispensed
Dy Mrs. cnarlootte Kennedy, the
chief den mother. Alter everyonne
had finished cleaning up the pic-
mi; guuuieis, uie i.ud scouts were
cauea.to (rder for a brief 'pack
ine pacK meeting was opened
vy uen o conauctmg tne flag cere
mony. Kobert Hamilton was then
inauctea into the pack as a bob
cat. ioltowing the induction of
this new Cub the following Cub
Scouts were awarded the desig
nated badges and pins: Robert
mil,- toia Arrow on Lion badge;
transfer1 to Webelos den; Jimmy
Dearsom, pear Daoge; Jimmy Ji
chols, Denner Stripes; Billy Gough
rehrenback, two-year pin. Happy
assistant denner stripes; Jimmy
Donald Tucker, Lion badge and
birthday was sung to Constantine
Kocos, and although George Bra
dy was also to have b6en honored
With a happy birthday song.
was learned mat be was Hi in
' the hospStal and all his friends
wished to be remembered to him
nd hoped he would be at Den
meeting again soon.
The text item on the agenda
Was the announcement of the new
pack committee and the den mo
thers and den fathers who had re
gistered for the new charter year
commencing April 1, 19S8. The
committee leaders are as follows
institutional representative, Jo
leph A. Wertz; pack chairman
John, R. Gough; cubmaster, Ro
bert M. Donley; assistant cub
master, William amrey; as
gist ant cubmaster, in charge
V'cbelos Den, James G. Sheffield
chief den mother and secretary
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy. The re
mainder of the pack committee,
which consists of the den mothers
and den fathers is as follows
i Den 1. Mr. and Mrs. William S
pirn; Den 2, Mrs. Betty She.'field
Den 5, Mrs. Kathleen Gough and
Mr. Rpscoe Cleveland; Den 6, Mr.
and Mrs. Val D. Lynch and Den
7, which is just being reactivated
Mrs. Barbara Scott.
Following these announcements
the cubmaster asaed the cubs to
give a howl of thamcs to the mem members
bers members of the 1957 pack committee
who were retiring, Mrs. Rosalind
McCarragher and Messrs. J. H.
Nkhols, H., C. Searcy, and 0.
The cubmaster then thanked the
fathers and mothers who had help
ed to make the 1958 field and track
meet a huge success and the com
mittee members who has planned
the meet and acted as judges in
the sports events. He then made
the presentations the Cubs had
been anxiously awaiting the
trophies and ribbons for the win winners
ners winners of the day's events.
Points had been totaled for each
club winning a place in each event
and had then been credited to their
respective Dens. Mr. Gough an announced
nounced announced the winner of the coveted
field and track Trophy, which is
earned by the Cub receiving Vj
highest number of points.
Tha frnnhv this vagi a hoanti-!
ful bronze track man' mounted on
a mahogony base, was present presented
ed presented to Pat McCarragher of Den 3,
who Was outstanding for his a a-chievements
chievements a-chievements during the day in
the various events. 'The Den cup,
Which is awarded to the Den re receiving
ceiving receiving the highest total of points
by ratio of the number present
anid participating from the Den,
was won by a victorious Den 5. In
second place for the' Den cup was
Den 2, and in( thrid was Den 3.
The cup will be kept by Den 5
for one yearuntil the 1959 field
and track meet, at which time it
will be awarded to the winning
nen m mat Meet. Ribbons of
Blue, Red, Green and White trim trimmed
med trimmed in gold and white, and sig
nifying in which event if was won,
were presented to first, second.
tnira and lourm place winners
of each event in each group.
Den 5 (lead by Mrs. J. H. Ni
chols, dean mother) then put on
a brief skit in which each member
of the Den recited a prepared verse
dedicated to the outgoing cubmast
r, Jflfon R, Gough,. and .ptesented
him with a token gift of thanks
for his sincere interest and help
and leadership in pack activities
for the past year. AH the Cubs
and their parents and friends then
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HARD Luck Joe ruffed the sec
ond heart lead, pulled trumps and
remarked, "Well, partner, we
missed a slam," and showed his
"Down one at five," growled
West was right. The possibility
of a five zero break in clubs had
never entered Joe's mind.
Joe complained about his hard
luck and as usual he had manufac manufactured
tured manufactured it all by himself.
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W. C. Hondy Again
In Critical Shape
NEW YORK (UP) W. C. San Sandy
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dition condition at Sydenham HosnlUl tnHavl
with bronchial pneumonia.
The 84-year-old "father of the
blues entered the hospital a
week ago He has been in coma
since shortly before midnight, hos hospital
pital hospital officials said.
A motion picture life story of
the blind fclegro music maker is
scheduled for release shortly un under
der under the title of his most famous
song "St, Louis Blues." A Car
negie Hall concert of his work
is scheduled for net month as
part of a year-long birthday
celebration begun on his 84th an
niversary Nov. 16.
Totally blind for about 17 years
and recently confined to a wheel wheelchair,
chair, wheelchair, Handy has nonetheless
survrved two critical illnesses. At
the age of 70 he fell from a sub
way platform and fractured hrs
skull; his life was in the balance
ior aays. iwo years ago ne was
again critically ill with a stomach
obstruction from which he recov
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East South West North
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ond second ehoiee but yon. aren't quite
You hold the same hand. The
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East South West North
14 Pass 1N.T. Pass
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What do you do?
There was a simple way to guard
against the bad club break. All
Joe had to do was to lead one
trump to dummy's ace and play
a club from dummy. If no one
bowed out Joe could then draw
trumps and claim his slam.
If East runea, Joe wouia sim-
piy wm East s return, draw trumps
and claim me oaiance. wesi
could growl but he could not get
If East discarded on the .club
the nlav would be slightly more
comDhcated but Joe would still
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H. Landon, CAlrC commander, upon the announcement of Dr.
Webb's promotion to colonel. Looking on are: Col. Joe Stan Stan-cook,
cook, Stan-cook, CAlrC Comptroller and Col. Arthur P.Hurr, Albrook
commander. (Official USAF Photo)
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He would win that club trick
and play a second high club. East's
best play would be to ruff and re return
turn return a heart. Now Joe would trump
in and ruff a low club with dum dummy's
my's dummy's queen of trumps. This would
clear the club !suit and he would
again be able to pull trumps and
make his contract.
joined m singing "America" and
the meeting was adjourned with
everyone feeling that his was the
biggest and best Pack 7 field and
track meet to date.
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Mrs. Mercedes de la Guardia, Panama's First Lady and
president of the Red Cross, and Miss Graciela Remon Red
Cross executive secretary, will be guests on the Ladies Home
Varietr Show over CFN-TV tomorrow afternoon at 3:15.
They have been invited by Mrs. Thelma, Rolado (wife of
rant Victor H. Rolado of Albrook), producer and moderator
of the show, to discuss the workings and problems of the
Red Cross here in rn.
Clayton Officers' Wis
Ta Hold Luncheon in rinsma
The Fort Clayton Officer.' Wive.
Club will hold their regular lunch lunch-eon
eon lunch-eon at El Panama Hilton next
dnesday, at lJrd
eon will be preceded by a tour oi
the Mveum of Panama.
Transportation will depart the
Fort Clayton Officers' Open Mess
ft 10 a m All members and-their
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Mrs. Dolly Cbrbin, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles
o iRrticp for the oast two weeks
will leave tomorrow for Daytona
Beach, Fla. There she will spend
some time with her parents be before
fore before returning to her home in
Former Zone Couplt
Parents of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Merrill Ru Ru-off
off Ru-off of Dallas, Texas, have announc announced
ed announced the birth of a daughter, Dianne,
born March 18.
Mf. and Mrs.. Al Ruofl of Los
Rios are the paternal grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents while Mrs. Norah Rathgeber
of New Jersey is the maternal
Mr. and Mrs. EgoV
To Visit Family Here
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Egolf
of Cort Madera, Ca., will arrive
on the Isthmus by plane tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. They will visit members of
the family here and attend the
wedding of Mr. Egolf's sister, Bar Barbara,
bara, Barbara, to Louis Dedeaux. Mrs. E E-golf
golf E-golf is the former Roberta Wil Williams
liams Williams of Cristobal.
Leon E. Dedeaux, Jr.
Arrives For Wedding
Leon E. Dedeaux, Jr., of Fitch Fitch-burg,
burg, Fitch-burg, Mass a former resident of
Pedro Miguel will arrive on the
Isthmus via plane tomorrow. He
will serve as best man at his
brother's wedding on Saturday
evening. While on the Isthmus he
will be the guest of his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Richmond of Margarita.
Engaged Coupe Honored
At "Mr." and "Mrs." Shower
Mr. and Mrs. William Badders
and Mr. and Mrs. William A. Van
Siclen, Jr., of Gatun entertained
at the Van Siclen residence Sun
day evening with a buffet supper
party. The affair was in honor of
Mi Barbara Egorf and her fiance
Louis Dedeaux. After the supper
they were surprised with a Mr.
and Mrs." gift shower.
Those who enjoyed the evening
with the honored guests included
Captain C. B. Fenton, Mr. aqd
Mrs, Leon J. Egolf, Mr. and Mrs.
Caleb C. Clements. Mrs. Aliee
Clement, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Mrs. George D. Poole, Sr.,
Miss Vivian Couse, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred A. Newhard, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Swearingen, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Hall.
Miss Egolf and Mr. Dedeaux will
be married at The Holy Family
Church in Margarita at six o'clock
on Saturday evening. No invita invitations
tions invitations have been issued but all
friends of both families are invit invited
ed invited to attend the wedding and the
reception which will be held at
the Brssos Brook Country Club
from sevep until nine o clorx.
Gulirk NCO Wives
The Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Club held a splash party at the
Fort Gulick swimming pool re recently.
cently. recently. The event was well attend attended
ed attended and a eood time was had by
all. Refreshments consisting of
punch and doughnuts were served.
Among those attending were Sgt.
Frank Curran and family, SFC
Charles Perry and Family, M-Sgt.
E. J. Berger and family, M-Sgt
A. R. Barsi and family, SFC Wil William
liam William Criss and family, M-Sgt. R.
0. Wilcox and family, M-Sgt. R.
L. Townsend and family. M-Sgt
Harold Foster and family, SFC
Clifford W. Ralph and family, M M-Sgt
Sgt M-Sgt Carney Hartley and family,
Mrs. Isabel Santos and children.
Mrs. Margaref Williams, SFC Joe
Him and family, Mrs. Eleanor
Webster and children, M-Sgt S.
C. iBlasingame and family, Mrs
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Reception at El Coco Airport
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A Tourist class hotel accommodaiions
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Three meals daily at your hotel
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Trips are for a minimum of two days.
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children", Monalisa and Jorge, and
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and son Nicky, from Pana,ma and
Mrs. Julie Griyg of California.
Hosts At Cocktail Buffet
Mr. Millard G. Gamble, presi president
dent president of Esso Shipping Co. in New
ork, along" with a group of officials
cials from the company visiting in
Panama, were hosts at a cocktail
buffet Supper at El Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton last evening.
Invited guests included officials
of the Panama Canal Co., and
other dignitaries from Panama and
the Canal Zone.
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Passover Seder Dinner
The Passover Seder dinner will
be held at the Tivoli Guest House
April 4, at 6:30 p.m.
Those civilians of the Jewish
faith who wish to attend may make
reservations by calling Balboa 10 10-72.
72. 10-72. Reservations will close April
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HnT.T.YWnOD March 26 fUP.Y
Hollywood presents its splash
iest event oi me year me acu acu-emy
emy acu-emy Awards tonight with Eng England's
land's England's Alec Guiness and Deborah
Kerr heavy tavomes to la ae
try for the first time, the awards
show will take, tne torm ot a wie
vision spectacular with one of the
greatest arrays of entertainment
taipnt in show business history
participating in the 30th annual
Ironically, the Hollywood "com "community
munity "community project" has in e f f e c t
overshadowed the nominees if
only by sheer numbers. The NBC NBC-TV
TV NBC-TV show boasts 70 stars including
Clark Gable, John Wayne, Greg Gregory
ory Gregory Peck, Gary Cooper, Rock
Hudson, Jennifer JonesKim No Novak
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and its director, David Lean,
were expected to walk off with
top picture and directing awards,
edging out "Sayonara" and
Elizabeth Taylor emerged 'as
sentimental favorite for the best
actress Oscar lor her role in
"Raintree County." The tragic
plane crash death of her hus husband,
band, husband, showman Mike Todd, last
Saturday, however, came too late
to influence voting for the awards.
No academy bal'ots were counted'
after March 20.
A year ago, it was Todd who
stepped up to accept an Oscar for
his film, "Around the World in 80
This year's Osear presentations
program at tne damages xneater,
105 minutes in duration, has been
tagged Hollywood's outstanding
social event and an all-time spec spectacular
tacular spectacular fashion show.
The combined world-wide audi audience
ence audience estimated to see or hear the
show was expected to top a quar quarter,
ter, quarter, of a billion. Some 90 mil'ion
in the U.S. alone are expected to
watch it via the network's coast-to-coast
telecast from 10:30-12:15
Master of ceremonies include
James Stewart, Bob H6pe, Rosa Rosalind
lind Rosalind Russell, Jack Lemmon and
Donald Duck. The Disney charac
ter will monitor a six mmutt
"History of the Movies."
Among special acts, is a "Baby,
Its Cold Outside" duet by Mat
West and Rock Hudson.
Neither best actress nominees
Miss JCerr ("Heaven Knows, Mr.
Allison"), Miss Taylor nor Anna
Magnani ("Wild Is the Wind")
will be present. Other nominees
are Lana Turner "Peyton
Place") and Joanne' Woodward
("The Three Taces of Eve.")
Best actor nominee Charles
Laughton ("Witness for the Pros Prosecution")
ecution") Prosecution") and Guiness -("Bridgo
on the River Kwai") will both be
in London tonight. Other1 nomi nominees
nees nominees are Marlon Brando ("Sayo ("Sayonara"),
nara"), ("Sayonara"), Anthony Franciosa, ("A
Hatful of Rain"), and Anthony
.Quinn ("Wild Is the Wind").
Red Buttons ("Envsnara"" V Vtt.
torio de Sica X"A Farewe'l to
Arms"), Sessue Hayakawa
("Bridge on the River Kwai"),
Arthur Kennedy ("Peyton
Place") and Riisc Tamblyn
("Peyton Place") are best sup supporting
porting supporting actor nominees.
Up for the supporting actress
award are Diane Varsi ("Peyton
Place"), Carolyn Jones (YBaehe (YBaehe-lor
lor (YBaehe-lor Party"), Els a Lanchester
("Witness for the Prosecution")
HopeLange ("Peyton PI aee")
and Miyoshi Umeki ("Sayonara").
Spotted through the program
are best song nominees: "All the
Way;" "An Af air to Remem Remember;"
ber;" Remember;" "Tammy:" "April Lovr'
and "Wild Is the Wind.
BLAST KILLS THREE
March 26 (UP) A U. S. Army
tank exploded and burned on a
firing range here yesterday, kill killing
ing killing the three men. inside it, the
Army announced today.
A lieutenant and a .corporal
'rom the 2nd Armored Cavalry
itegimem in nuernDerg ana a
segeant from the 76th Tank Bat Battalion
talion Battalion in Munich were the virtimc
Their names were withheld pend
ing nouncation of Kin.
The explosion lb the turrents of
the tank occurred as the crew
was taking part in target practice
with 90 mm shells.
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BRIGHTW ALTON. En. (UP)
All the villagers who knew Chris
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IN WE OF HIS LAST OFFICIAL DUTIES as the Fitfeenth
Naval District administrative assistant for Naval Reserve, Lt.
Cdr. Henry B. Mulder administers the oath of enlistment into
the Nival Reserve to James L. Doran, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Dorkn of Diablo Heihts, during ceremonies at the 15th
Naval District Headquarters, Fort Amador. Doran is to depart
from the" Canal Zone today for the Naval Training Center,
Great Lakes, 111., where he will undergo 12 wee'ks of recruit
training. Following completion of recruit training, he will be
assigned to active duty with the Navy for two years. Doran
graduated from Balboa High School in June 1957. Mulder left
the Canal Zone March 22 for release to inactive duty.
(Official U.S. Navy Photograph)
Family Buys Back Malemute
Who Served In Antarctic
DAVISVILLE, R. I. March 26-;
(UP)- A New York father and
three of his daughters fidgeted
for 20 teise minutes today while
sealed bids for their former dog
were opened-Mft, a Navy auction.
The. they leaded that their bid
for the "best friend we ever had"
wrt the highest.
"I'm very, very happy," said
the father, Jerome Hellmuth, (of
81 Jane St.). assistant director of
Elisabeth Irwin High School in
"I won't believe it until he's in
my house," said his daughter,
Object of the bidding was Sitka,
an 8-year-ofd gray and tan Alas Alaskan
kan Alaskan malemute, who was declared
surplus pr erty after serving as
a sled dog for the Navy's deep
freeze expedition m the Antarctic.
The Hellmuths had appealed in
vain to President Eisenhower and
Navy officials" to sell their dog
back to them without putting it
up for public auction; The NaVy
cited regulations that required
closed bidding. A booklet was sent
to prospective bidders, listing a
suggested bid of $233. The Hell Hellmuths
muths Hellmuths bid $234.
The second highest bid of
$202.80 was entered by the Chi Chinook
nook Chinook Kennels of Wonalancet,
N.H. The Hellmuths had been
forced to part with Sitka after the
dog fought other neighborhood
pels. Sitka was sold to the Chi
nook Kennels then for $50. The
Navy bought the dog shortly
The Hellmuths still have tp
wait 10 days for formal approval
of their bid. Three other huskies
were auctioned at the U.S. Naval
Construction Battalion Center
Hellmuth drove here yesterday
with Karen; Jana, 13, and Thane,
10. Waiting at home for the out outcome
come outcome of the bidding were Heil Heil-imith's
imith's Heil-imith's Wife and their other
daughter, Darien, 5. Sitka also
will be reunited with Ootak, a fe female
male female malemute also owned by the
family.' Ootak had nine pups by
Sitka before he was sold.
Hellmuth said he originally
bought Sitka at the' 'Rutland, Vt,
County Fair more than six years
ago. The dog became a family
favorite by pulling the children
around in boxes.
A real man's man stalwart
of the British Legion Veterans'
organization, wartime member of
the home guard, a pretty good
hand at the Stag Inn where he
(topped for a pint of beer in the
The hoy who called Chris dad
grew up to join the merchant
navy. He was at sea today, ap
parently unaware that Chris, 73,
died last week. The young woman
died 12 years ago.
Mrs. Annie Giles, who runs the
Stag Inn next to the Williams cot cottage,
tage, cottage, said a discovery by doctors
just before Chris died "is fantas fantastic
tic fantastic news."
"He was a grand old boy al always
ways always ready to help everybody,"
she said. "He often did odd jobs
for me such as gardening and
lifting buckets of coal. Nobody
knew he was a woman."
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NEW YORK mP) Prinri. Alw
Khan, the international playboy,
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dor amoassa-dor to the United Nations, enter-
ladies in honor of Pakistan's "re "republic
public "republic day."
Eiehtv ner cent nf tho invitori
guests showed up as compared,
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Hol today with an every-day
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Dave Sisler Apparently Ready To Carry On In Tradition Of Famous Family
Hurls Five Perfect Innings
For Nine-Inning Total Plus
27 Batsmen Retired In Order
fly FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 26 (UP) Dave SisTer seems
ready at last to carry on in the tradition of one of base baseball's
ball's baseball's most famous families.
The son of Hall of Famer George
cicior a sofl-nitcher tor. me ous
ton Red Sox in his first two big
league seasons, Dave is the hot hottest
test hottest hurler on the Grapefruit cir circuit
cuit circuit He's pitched nine innings ot
no-hit ball and retired the last 27
batters he's faced in order. The
only man to reach base on him
this spring the first batter he
faced was safe oh an error.
sislpr a 27-vear old right-hand
er wio stands 6 feet, 4 inches
and felghs 200 pounds, turned in
fivenore perfect innings yester yesterday
day yesterday when the Red Sox beat the
Milwaukee Braves, 4-3. The Red
Sox won by rallying for three runs
in the sixth inning against Bob
Buhl" after the Braves built a 3-1
leadit the expense of Tom Brew Brewer.
Sisfcr had a 9-8 record and 4.63
earnfd run average in 1956 and
last season bad a 7-8. mark ana a
fer's performance yesterday
the best of several outstand-
iitching jobs that could lead
Drysdale continued, h I s
spring snowing wntn ne
six shut-out innings in
.Los Angeles Dodgers' 1-0
virterv over th St. Lews Cardi
nals. Clem Labine, ace Dodger
reliever, pitched the last three
innings. It was the second,
straight shutout for the Cardin Cardinals.
als. Cardinals. Bob Purkey, a key winter acqui acquisition
sition acquisition from the Pittsburgh Pirates,
became the first Cincinnati pitch pitcher
er pitcher to go nine innings this spring
when he beat the Washington Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, 3-1, on five hits,' Purkey
walked two and struck out three
as he shut out the Senators af-
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- Also? -SPANISH
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ter a walk and a triple bv Jim
Lemon produced Washing-
ton's run in the first inning.
The Chicago Cubs walloped the
San Francisco Tiiants, 15-4, the Bat
timore Orioles scored an 8-5 win.
over the Cleveland mdians, the
Philadelphia Phillies rallied to
down the New York Yankees, 5-4.
and the Kansas City Athletics beat
the Detroit Tigers, 8-6, in other
Dale Lone, who went on a rec
ord homer binge for the Pirates
two years ago, hit three homers
and just missed a 'fourth yester
day as the Cubs combed three San
Francisco pitchers for 21 hits. Er
nie Banks and Chuck Tanner also
homered for the Cubs while Willie
Kirkland homered for the Giants
Brooks Robinson drove In four
runs with two homers to lead a
12-hit Baltimore attack en four
Cleveland Pitchers. Robinson's
second homer, with two on-, in
the eighth, wipec' out the In
Rookie first-baseman Frank Her Her-rera
rera Her-rera doubled home the tieing and
winning runs in the fifth inning as
the Phillies tagged Al Cicotte for
all their runs. Yogi Berra,- break breaking
ing breaking out for only the second time
this spring, knocked in three o."
the Yankees' runs with a single
and a double.
Joe Demaestri, Hector Lopez
and Bob Cerv homered and Dave
Melton hit a two-ran double to
spark Kansas City's attack. Billy
Martin had a perfect day for the
Tigers with a homer and two
singles. Harry Taylor Wanked the
Tigers on one hit in the last four
OTHER CAMP NEWS! Tort vine
zewski, question-mark Pirate first-
naseman, is scheduled to play his
nrsi exmoiuon game today against
the Dodgers ... Indians added Bil Billy
ly Billy Moran, hitting .319 this spring,
to their roster. He's a second second-baseman,
baseman, second-baseman, apparently slated to suc succeed
ceed succeed Bobby Avila unless th Nar.
leski-Richardson trade with NT
rorK goes through ... White Sox
dpstaied Dick Ditusa, Joe DaMke
and Chuck Lindstrom and Tigers
optioned Ron Rozman, young
righthander who had a 15-1 record
ttl Charleston last year.
UNITED STATES LOSES i
NOTINGHAM, England (UPyJ
uespite a pair of goals by Wen
dell Olson of Marquette, Mich.,
the United States Amateur ice
hockey team suffered a 6-5 toss
Monday night to the Nottingham
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Spur Cola I 2
Elks 6 3
Lincoln Life Ins. S 3
Gibraltar Life Ins. 3 5
Police 3 6
Seymour Agency 2 6
Spur Cola 3. Elks I
In the game that .probably de
cided. the championship for the
second half, John Arnold pitched
a no-hit no-run game to give Spur
Cola a 30 win over the Elks. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold pitched what was probably
the best game of the season. It
wasn't until the last faming that
the only Elk player reached first
and that was on walk. Spur Cola
immediately retired the side l
fore any damage was done.
Craig Stoundner was almost as
effective as Arnold. It wasn't until
two were out and the bases empty
that Spur Cola was able to take
advantage of lapse in the Elks
defense to score their three runs.
Stoudner participated in 15 out
of the 18 outs made by Spur Cola.
Spur Cola attempted to get on se
veral times by bunting, only to
have the strategy beackfire when
stoudner fielded his position flow
lessly. Stoudner had ten strikeouts
and Arnold had five.
Spur Cola hid three hits in what
was. strictly a pitcher's day
These hits were timely and de
cided the contest.
The box score:
Elks AS R H
Matheney, cf 3 0 0
Gangle, ss 2 0 0
Bridwell, 1st 2 0 0
Poore, 1st 0 0 0
McGrath, c 2 0 0
Stoudner, p 2 0 0
Hummel, 3b 2 0 0
Egolf, If 2 0 0
Brown, 2b .100
Totals II 0
Abernathy, If 3 11
iBradshaw. cf .210
Arnold. M., 2b 3 11
Perantte, 3b ,301
Smith, ss 2 0 0
Mikulich, c 2 0 0
Edwards, rf 2 0 0
Hoenke, lb 2 0 0
Arnold, J., p 2 0 0
Totals 21 3 3
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By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK.(UP)-One jump
ahead of HpTJswood, which used
to be in the Pacific Coast, at the
absolute request of nobody we
give you today the unheralded Os Oscar's
car's Oscar's oscars for the outstanding
sports theatrics of the year.
There will be no big party. This
will not be televised.
So you better read it here and
let's get with it:
Best production: "Kwei Me A
River," starring the Milwaukee
Braves. A moving story, in tech
nicolor, about a bunch of re reformed
formed reformed night club patrons who
beat a bunch of night club pa patrons
trons patrons while people in places
like Brooklyn and Manhattan
"kweied" and "kweied" and
Best actor: Walter Francis
Atn.ll v t
ance in "Say-oh-no-ah," which isr"
iBrooklynese for goodbye and get
lost, you bum. The O Malley was
particularly convincing as a man
who wanted to repay the loved
ones who supported him for years
but couldn't because baseball ill
a sport and not a business where
heartstrings are used as purse-
Best supporting actor: Horace
Stoneham, for his supporting role
to O'Malley in "Say-oh-no-ah" and
the co-lead in "Go West Young
Second best supporting actor:
Ray Robinson in "a farewell to
harm." Unsurpassed acting talent
in the 14th and 15th rounds of his
losing middleweight fight to Car
men Basilio. giving btrth to the
theme song, "Diamonds May Be
A Girl's Best Friend But A Man
Can't Knock Money."
(Best direction: Fred Haney in
"Kwei Me A River." Superb ar artistry
tistry artistry with a dubious script.
Original story: Duke Snider,
Johnny Podres and Don Zimmer
for "we were coming home from
the movies when the car left the
Best song: "Money, Money,
Money I Love," even though it
was a steal from "Tammy."
(Theme song of "Say-ohrho-ah.")
Best short subject: Adelbert
MACQNALP 4 MUlt LIMITIO. OMillr.. LW.K,
Little League Title
Begin Friday P.M.
Of The Year
(Ping Pong) Alcazar, world midg
et wrestling champion.
Special Award To Rupp
Best v costume design; Ricki
Starr, who won by a sequin ballet
supper over 'Mad Mountain
Abou,-the "Shriek" of Araby.
Best sound recording: District
Attorney. Hogan's office, for
thriller entitled "The Madison
Square, Garden Wire-Tap Case."
Special effects: Silky Sullivan.
who sends shivers up and down
and even around your spine when
he storms down the stretch like
last chow call in a boarding
And, in the special awards
class: Best comeback by an ac actor,
tor, actor, Adolph Rupp, whose "fid
dlers" won the NCAA basketball
Best comeback by a director:
Jim McCafferty, hanged twice in
effigy and made them digest their
dummies by winning the NIT bas basketball
ketball basketball crown.
Best impersonation: Pete Rade
macher. as a heavyweight chal
lenger. (Almost strong -enough to
challenge for best actor
Mrs. Philip Cudone
Wins North & South
PINEHURST. N.C. fUPIMr.
Philip J. Gudone of West Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, N.J., taking advantage of
her foie's putting' weakness, 'de
feated defending champion Bar
bara Mclntire of Lake Park, Fla.,
1-up Monday to win the 56th
North and South Women's Ama
teur golf championship.
Mrs. Cudone, a member of the
1957 Curtis Cup team, is one of
the few medalists ever to win the
tourney. And Mrs. Mclntire was
the latest victim of t "jinx"
against defending champions in
arc thinking as they aim for the
U.S.. NAV.X r HUTUUK Al"H )
The World Series of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Little League begins on Fri
day afternoon at 4:30 p.m. when
the Police Pals meet the Coca Co Cola
la Cola Bottlers in a best two out ol
three game series.
The Police Pak walked 6ff with
first half honors when they com compiled
piled compiled an 8 2 record, while Coca
Cola has eight wins and one loss
in the second half with one game
left to. be played.
The series should be. a great one
as the two teams appear, to be
perfectly matched. The Police Pals
are sponsored by the Police As Association
sociation Association and are manaeed bv
Howard Will and coached by Bud
McElhone. Coca Cola is sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Coca Cola Company and
is guided by the Wilder brothers,
Art being the manager and Al, the
The two teams oaph hwa h
iirst class pitchers. The Po'ice
tno of Will, Karpinski and Park
have done excellent mound work
all year. Will was an eight game
winner while taking only two set setbacks.
backs. setbacks. His earned run Averairo
. ... uu i b uavt
was 2.20. Another twitW i vhn
Karpinski with four wins and two
losses, a no-hitter and an earned
run average of 2,82. The third of
uieoiice trio is Allen Park who
during the season who three and
lost one while building an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding earned run average of 1.57.
..0n the opposite mound will he
the Coca Cola pitchers headed by
the League's leading ace, Ricardo
Sanchez who has won eight games
without a loss. Every game he
started, he finished and won with
n earned run average of 1.82, one
of the finest in.th Ban n.,
Wilder with a four flrlii Ana ran.
iu snouio De ready for action af-
iei sunenng a foot injury last
week. His season's earned run av-
pro oa 1 at T i .
6 nj i.os. ljpsi, Dut Dy no
Menus ieasi or tree coia trio, is
Ralph Bender with four wins and
e loss ana a season's earned
run average of 3.25.
. The two infields are the finest
m the league and there is not
much to choose between t h e m.
ilus is demonstrated by the bat-
rf i oups. Coca
Colas infield batted a strong .345
while the Pals did practically the
same thing as they averaged .343.
Three Uoca Cola infielders, Wlld-
oti; "nd Rosce batted
over .400 this season while Police-
UkTwSrPenter a"d McE'h0M did
.iTp?06 will Probably line up
with Richard Carpenter behind the
plate Deryck Barber at first, Ron Ron-n
n Ron-n e Crop at second, Kenny Kar Karpinski
pinski Karpinski at third and Mickey McEi McEi-hone
hone McEi-hone in the short stop slot
rhe Coca Cola infield which per performed
formed performed so well this year is made
Wilder first base, fad Campbell
second, Dickey Roscoe third and
J" the. teki, the Police 'have
kir2LHw ClWcy' wSth Roc"
l,so' Kenny Carden, Ronnie
ZZ. I?y, Sm,th- 811 fit year
boys, filing in around the diam diamond
ond diamond where needed.
BoSugnSlg? Sy nfe3?
the outfield, fin th u j
ooooie no Hoilis, Tommy
McLean and M k wimr,i
Chief Umpire Georca Tutio
leigue's foSr ie-
suini umpires in panh nam. T-
addition to Tully, the umpires wi"
mvZ R2?MkM?. J' Wood,
and Eddie May. The scorekeeper's
duties will be performed by the
cague tniei score keeper Sher
uwu at. a. mi p.m. it a third game
is necesssary, it will played on
Tuesday afternoon April 1st at 4: 4:-30,
30, 4:-30, All games will be played at
the Atlantic Little League Field in
In addition to the opener on Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon, the second game
will take Place on Saturdav after-
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1st Round Pairings
Have you seen the beautiful
prizes for the Cerveceria Nacio Nacio-nal
nal Nacio-nal Tournament at the Gamboa
Golf. Club? They are on display
in the Pro Shop.
In the qualifying round Irene
Robinson and Cieo Burns tied
with an 84 so they will have to
play 18 holes for the decsion on
There were 38 iadie. to qualify
and each received their six bot
tles of the New Balboa Beer.
Those who haven't received theirs,
please pick them up at the office
of the Gamboa Club.
All players qualified regardless
of their scores. Even the low han han-dicappers
dicappers han-dicappers had troubles and came
in with higher scores than usual.
Maybe the cause was the free
Balboas and sodas that were giv given
en given out during the round. The
Gamboa course was in good
shape and is one of the few cours courses
es courses which has, green grass on most
of the fairway during the dry sea season.
son. season. The following are the matches:
Komnson vs rerantie.
McCue vs Mathison.
Burns vs Waring.
Trim vs Carpeenter.
Bishop vs French.
Jones vs. Huldquist
Dilfer vs Purdy.
Lincoln vs. Owens
Fortorici vs Longmore.
Wallace vs Hughes.
Wright vs. Nelsen.
Jenner vs Sullivan.
Lacroix vs. Mallory.
Daniels vs Hennon.
Sewell vs Batson
Stevenson vs Jackson
Claire vs Zon.
Batchellor vS (Bye.
Thompson vs. Christiansen.
Sharp vs Bye.
Marches are arranged by the
contestants and if no arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are made, Sunday 9:00
a.m. is tee off time. All matches
must be played off by 7:00 pp.m.
March 30. Any ties are played off
for "sudden death." No handicap
is used in matches. The public
is invited -to watch these players
during the next few weeks.
San Hodge Captures
U.S. Golden Gloves
NEW YORK (UP) Dan Hodge
of Wichita. Kan., a former Olym
pic wrestler, today reigned as the
new national Golden uioves
heavyweight boxing champion.
Although he has been boxing
only five months, Hodge looked
mighty impressive Monday night
in scoring a. second round techni technical
cal technical knockout over Charles Hood
of Monroe. N.C. in the annual
East-West Golden Gloves competi competition
tion competition at Madison Square Garden.
The other champions crowned
were light heavyweight James
Hargett of New York, middle middleweight
weight middleweight Jose Torres of Puerto
Rico, welterweight Emile Griffith
of New York, lrghtweight Carmie
Price of Ambndge, Pa., feather featherweight
weight featherweight Norman Smith of Washing-
tnn Tt P hantamnrnicrht Anthnnv
Tozzo of New York, and flyweight
Antonio Castanon of Puerto Rico.
SOON! THE REVENGE FIGHT
BASILIO vs. ROBINSON
W L D Pts.
2 1 010
m i m i
1 1 1 7V4
1 2 0 5 j
Considerable interest is being
evinced by local fans in the acti- 1
vities of the Atlantic Cricket
League as the four clubs Mid
land, Wanderers, Excelsior, and t
Surrey in their quest of cham- f
pionship honors, present an excit- f
ing game each Sunday. With the
schedule now half completed, ;
each group confidently consider it- f
self the eventual winner roust.
quentty, an aU-out effort can b J
expected in the final games.
In last Sunday's encounter ex-
celsior C.C. rebounded from what i
seemed imminent defeat to gain
a thrilling win over the Surrey C.
C. As a consequence their follow
ers now loudly proclaim them:
"Champions of Surrey." Batting
first on an impaired wicket, Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior nevertheless racked up 120
runs thanks to the timely willow
wielding of K. Griffiths (22). A.
Hamlin (21), A. Campbell (14),
M. Brown 13), L. Maloney (13;,
and P. Harper, M. Perch, and M,
barrett with 10 runs each. Lead Leading
ing Leading Surrey bowler was Marcus'
Grannum (4 for 21), followed by
C. DeSouza (3 for 50), and Roy
Waterman (1 for 38).
Surrey got off to a flying start
with Grannum and P.. Appleton
taking the score to 42 before a
wicket fell. They lost their 4th
wicket at 81, 7th at 99, 8th at 102.
9th at 105, and 10th at 106 as the
steadily accurate trundling of
Griffiths and Campbell took a
deadly toll. Griffiths garnered 2
for 4, Campbell 4 for 36, G.
Small 3 for 89. and M. Perch
1 for 21. Grannum top scored
for Surrey with 36 runs, DeSou DeSouza
za DeSouza 19, F. Nozterre 16, P. Ap Appleton
pleton Appleton 17, and Ben Allen 10
Marcus Clarke and Irvin Kennedy
were the Umpires.
Following are the remaining
matches on the Schedule:
March 30 Excelsior Wan Wanders.
ders. Wanders. April 6 Surrey-Midland.
April 13 Excelsior.Surrey.
April 20 Midland-Wanderers,
April 27 Wahderers,Surrey.
May 4 Excelsior-Midland.
COLTS TO MEET EAGLES
BALTIMORE, Md. (UP) Th
Baltimore Colts wilt meet thl'
Philadelphia Eagles in a pre-sea-sob
pro football game at Hershey,
Pa., Aug. 16. he Colts also have
lined up exhibition games with
the Washington Redskins, Aug. 29,
and the New York Giants, Sept.
14, both here.
BALBOA 6:15 A 8:05
June Allison Kossano Brazzl
James Jagney Dorothy Malone
"MAN OF A THOUSAND
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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MARGARITA 1:15, 8.45
6:15 A 8:25
'LURE Of THE
CAMP BIERD 6:15 A 8:05
Guy Madison Felicia Farr
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Si MARCH M, W
. mm I e f f A I F 1 f If Ail I J
or Roy Robinson Undecided About basnio Kuppermaicn
May Retire To
Go Into Movies
NEW YORK Eddie Andrews,
1581. Lowell, .'lisa., 'knocked
eat Tony (Tex) Gonzalez, 159,
East Orange, N.J. (1)
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Charlie
Norkus, 197, Port Washington,
N.Y., outpointed OUie Wilson, 195,
Hartford, Conn. (10)
... iiJ j iiknlr APR intramural rtnlf Tmirnou nrnnrllv rtisnlav th-ir
"lr.re-i8S!2lt?tf p t i vpIv ftol a! Kturr (holding squadron trophy), U- Col. C. Babb and Capt. J. Hosklns.
captain). Major wr- uu, .
Along The Fairways
A lull handicap tournament vritt
fee held: at the Fort Amaoor uon
,.i..v .11 Hv Saturday. Marcn
29. The tournament will consist a
ifnuruimei. with a twerve pounu
amoked ham being awaroea to me
,.nnr of Mch foursome, a-
Handicap will ba s of March
1 No contestant may win more
than one ham. All members (male
or female) art eligible and, are
encouraged to compete.
"' ") '.., Mtt up
vniw f. will be il.25 ner Dlav-
r. Reserve starting time by cafc-
ling 12-5230 or 82-5231.
Pacific Softball League
Thi i tha lait week of the Ad
mial Women's Handicap Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Ft. Amador. The last play
off day Is March 30. Pairings are
Ethel Perantie vs B. J. Nelson;
Jo Alexander vs Helen Owens;
Ethel Wright vs Zel Batchellor.
There is a consolation flight for
the ghrls who lost their first round,
nanttly Glaydys Wiley, Margaret
Hastings, Irene Robinson, Connie
iRishnn, Linda Lonemore. Jean Sul
livan T Kav Herre. Bobbie Hushes
and Marion Maliory. nay on win
be meaai piay, iuu nanaicap, wiia
lew net the winner.
I V i
Last Thursday "Stableford" was
won by Margaret Hastings, nm
fliffht- Zel Batchellor. second flight
Irene Robinson and Ruth. Lincoln
tied, for low gross in the, first
flight the loser wins the putting
ball for, that flight. Jean Sullivan
had low gross in the Secondflight
and Kay Herre had low putts.
We will nlav medaf Dlav. full
handicap this week so, that any
one in the consolation flight who
desires to play Thursday in the
whole tournament may do so.
' Standh 9s
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co
1st. Battle Gp.
5 0 1.000
. 4 2 .M7
4 2 .667
1 5 .167
0 5 .000-
valiers are the team to beat for
the second half title. Second string
players aided in the hitting prac practice
tice practice against the Bokel nine.
CHICAfiO. March 26 (UP) Su
ar .ii.iiiiM).!. me riu s "rail'
ac.e man" wno iOUgiu m heart j
OUl 10 Wul me unuuicwcigm uv"
for an amaung tutb urae, was
too exnausiea iuday to deciae a-
bout a EUboer mai.cn wim ner ner-pic,
pic, ner-pic, haL-ttunued Carmen Basilio
'1 hirty-seven-year-oid Robmson,
who nad to De nau-carneu out oi
tne Cnicago stamum aiier recap
turing me iou-pouna crown uom
ealiant. h noa-smeared Carmen, lay
listlessly on a bed this morning
as be una a press comerence
"He's the toughest quy i ever
Muant and I'm too alt-in to
consider fighting him again
He was uncertain whether to
continue in tne ring or to retire
a champion ana go into me movies.
Promoter Jim Norris said, "Id
be delighted to arrange a third
Rnhinaon-Basilio match in June
alter their two great .ights."
Many boxing men oeueve me
"rubber match" would draw a
million-dollar gate at Yankee Stadium.
Ctorgt Gainford, Sugar Ray's
acting manager and long-tima
advisor, said, "if my personal
pinion that Ray might fight Be Be-eilio
eilio Be-eilio in Juna if proper arrange arrangements
ments arrangements can ba made."
Ftnhinsnn. a 7-5 unriprdns ha-
ranso hp- had lost the title to the
30-year old Basilio of Chitlenango,
n.y., on a spin decision at New
York's Yankee Stadium last Sept September,
ember, September, last night treated 17,976
tana to one oi tne greatest per performances
formances performances of his 18-year career.
And Basilio with his left eye
tightly closed from the sixth round
to the finish, made one of tne gam gam-est
est gam-est de'enses ever seen in any
rinir as ho risked the title for
the first time m a zig-zag oattie
that had the fans on their feet in
almost every round.
NEW ORLEANS Charley Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, 158. New Orleans, La., out outpointed
pointed outpointed Randy Sandy, 59, New
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
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000 100 2-3
Fort Clayton Cavaliers
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The Ft. Clayton Cavaliers made
it another, win as they swamped
the Bokel nine 18-3. Winner Cara-
tini allowed six-hits. The Cavaliers
caught hold of the offerings of spin spin-ball
ball spin-ball artista Simons of Bokel for
14 hits. McDermott hit two hom homers
ers homers for the Cavaliers. Bases and
balls along with erros of the Bokel
fielders helped the winners' cause.
With Clayton tieing Cerveceria
Nacional for second spot, the Ca-
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH M, 199
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PHILLIPS Oceanide Cottage
Santa Clara R. de P. ?tion Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 36S1.
FOR RENT Chalet three bed bed-rot
rot bed-rot rm, Avenida 9 No. 40 (La
Cretta) $175.00, Tel. 3-4669
FOR SALE Famished cottage,
Gorgona Beach. Beautiful ocean
view. Just take linens and move
in. Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR RENT Spaces in com commercial
mercial commercial building to be located
ft corner of Juste Arosemena
and 43rd Street. Phone 3 3-4641.'
4641.' 3-4641.' lund-Raisinp Fairr
A gigantic country fair and car carnival,
nival, carnival, sponsored by the local posts
of the Veterans 'of foreign Wars.
wilTget underway Fr'dav at R n.
m. on the gropd of the VFW
pot at the enfc of Curundu.
This is the first hie effort hy
the VEW to raise funds to sere
the local VFW teens ee baseball
team to Herhey Pa. to, defend the
title they won there last year?
The carnival will run through
next week Tuesday, with the gate
ooenlng at 2 o.m. on St:,,v
and Surd?" an'' at P vm. nn M"" M""-day
day M""-day and Tuesday. However, the
merry-flo-round will po into oper operation
ation operation at 3 p.m. on the last two
The fair will feature all the re regular
gular regular games and a number of new
ones, in addition to the "slide for
life", which proved to verv popu popular
lar popular during the recent Kobbe car carnival.
S.S. BOCA MAULE
Is scheduled to sail to,
HABANA', CUBA and
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas
loading on or about
Agents L. k. Cofer,
Balboa 2572 and 2998
I Bookcase 9.50
China Closets 15.00
! Mirror Top Coffee
I Wrought' Iron End
Chairs from 2.50
; Springs 12.50
Basket Chairs 12.50
, Other Bargains Tn
" New TJseit
41 Auto Rota 3-4911
We Pay Cash For
Your Old Furniture
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
t mini, from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences in Suites and Bungalows,
all with private bath. Hot and cold water.
Prices: $6 and $8 daily, with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen Horse riding.
For reservations P. O. Box 4459
SBtnager: Bill and Etenor Jaspers ,
ATTENTION. O. I.I Just butt)
modern furnished apartments. I.
2 bedrooms, hot cold water
Phone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENTV Beautiful mod
ern furrufftd two bedroom a a-partmenH
partmenH a-partmenH $160.00 Ave. Pe
FR RENT Apartment, living,
dining room, kitchen, two bed bed-reams,
reams, bed-reams, independent services.
Ave. la San Francisco, No. 43.
FOR RENT Apartment, two
bedrooms, living, dininq room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco, Front church.
Botica del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
FOR RENT Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, lurch in erte, refrigerator.
4th of July Ave. Phone 2 2-1140,
1140, 2-1140, 2-5347.
FOR REWr From April 15
to September IS, completely
furnished three bed-room a-
partment, hot water, garage,
$150.00. Phone 3-22T9 from
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Apt., master bedroom
airconditioned. Avenida Chile
final. Call 3-0611 or 3-4398.
FOR RENT Best located,
small furnished apartment. Near
all bus stops. 43rd St. No. 13.
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors,
yard. Tel. 3-0471, 2-3343 for
FOR SALE Sedan Oldsmobile,
4 doors 1949. Perfect condition,
liesh painted. Call Arturo Un Untie
tie Untie 3-1683. office hours.
FOR RENT Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms with or
without furnishings near Hotel
For Theatre Guild's
'The Tender Trap1
MRS. KATHY WADE
Under the direction of Kathy
Wilbcr. rehearsals have starteri
for the Theatre Guild's production'
of "The Tender Trap."
A cast, headed by Charles
Walsh and Shirley Meyer, has
been selected. Bruce Quinn is de designing
signing designing the stage set, which will
represent a modernistic New
York apartment of an eligible
bachelor, whose open arms but
closed heart encourage some of
the craftiest marriage-traps ever
set by lonely career girls.
Kathy Kade, wife of Capt. Char Charles
les Charles Kade of Albrook Field, has the
lead role of Sylvia Crewes, play played
ed played on Broadway by ,Kim Humter.
Mrs. Kade, a newcomer to the
Theatre Guild, brings to the role
a natural talent that won the of offer
fer offer of a scholarship by Ezra Stone
the well-known actor, director,
and producer, when she graduat graduated
ed graduated from Washington Irving High
ocnooi in ew xorK.,
Other in the cast are Earl Alm Alm-quist,
quist, Alm-quist, Edna Lang, Angela Valen-
mic, nai uuuuuuugn, ana rail
'The Tender Tran" .will V nro-
sented at the Ancon Playhouse
about the middle of April.
April 11 to 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
SU?V AD WITH OIW Or OVI
UABDO-N. H "B Stmt MOR
in. Bell. Vtat. Tbe.tr.. COI ON
FOR SALE 1950 Nash 4 4-Door.
Door. 4-Door. Very good mechanical
condition .and a p p e arance.
$385. Phone 2-2575 after 5: 5:-00,
00, 5:-00, 6-731. House 11 OA,
$$$$ 2000 save 2000 S$$$
1957 Mercury hardtop Mon Mon-.
. Mon-. terrey automatic, power brakes,
power steering, air conditioned,
twotone. 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 wilt be closed 5 April.
FOR SALE 1952 Oldsmo Oldsmobile
bile Oldsmobile "98" sedan, radio, house
0922, Amador Road. Price
FOR SALE 1949 Packard
4-doer, $100 00. Halicrafter
radio $50.00. 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,
FOR SALE Bargain, leaving
Isthmus, 1953 Singer Sport Car.
Perfect condition. Call 2-2825
during office hours. Mrs. Aran Aran-go
go Aran-go or 3-4860 after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE 1947 Chrysler,
4-door Sedan, 3 new tires tires-good
good tires-good mechanical con dition,
$250 Telephone 3-4073,
FOR SALE 1949 Buick (Dy (Dy-na
na (Dy-na flow) 4-door Sedan, motor
just overhauled, good paint,
fine appearance, excellent tires,
radio and brand now battery.
Bal. 2800 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE 1953 Ford Con Convertible
vertible Convertible with Fordomatic, radio,
heater. WSW and nylon top.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick
condition $250 cash. Phone
Panama 3-7455 or 2-771, Mr.
FOR 'SALE 1952 Ford Cus Cus-tomline
tomline Cus-tomline 2-door sedan. Low
mileage. Recently painted and
upholstered. Phono B a I boa
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. fork Colon
die McLevy way Bod; Manage,
Excercising Machines. Turkish
Mth. Trained operators lot ladies
ind (entlemen Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-4S
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
tel. Panama 2-0552
Arc eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present ear through
No AUTOMO.E ROW
Pho-e 3-4IIX4 3-4M5
AGENTS OB OOTT, OFFII
N fc "jol, i
ntr.l J nH
- j luiumi-
tic Model '58. Price $375.00.
a, 2)2451 or
Call Mr. Rudhhelm,
FOR SALE Oho dining set
mahogany, 5 chairs, table, buf buffet.
fet. buffet. Curundu. Phono 2248.
FOR SALE I metal dresser,
I metal chrffonaire, 3 dining
chain. Phone Balboa 1792.
FOR SALE RCA Television
end attaching record player.
Pickwick swivel model. Call
FOR SALE Household arti articles,
cles, articles, eld stylo cayuco 20, fit fitted
ted fitted for outboard $55, odd and
ends. Taylor 231 IB Saturday,
Sunday. Tel. 2-1327 Las Cru Cru-ces
ces Cru-ces or 83-5162 Balboa.
By HERBERT MOISE
Paul Walker's fighting Cafe
Coo spot Firemen are still leading
thp nark in the Rainbow CitV Ooen
Classification Softball League as
they survived a two-inning, xour xour-run
run xour-run outburst to pull up tied with
Henry .Thomas' Powells in another
of the thrilling games being play played
ed played in this league,
The standings have been the
same since Friday as Deportivo
Baby Salas and Hermanos Yon Yon-ros
ros Yon-ros played to a 6-6 deadlock on
Saturday. In this encounter, the
Salas boys came from behind a
three-run deficit to knot things up
in the closing stages of the con contest.
test. contest. Today's match will have Pow
ells aaainst Hermanos Yohros. Ma-
nolin Pejret, Yflhros manager, aa
completely revamped his lineup
and therefrom served notict to
the other clubs to "watch my club
Hermanos Yohros from now on.'
This c ub pulled a surprise on the
young season by slamming Carlos
Joseph all over the lot, but was so
amazed over their own perform performance
ance performance (hat they fell over backwards
to finish the game in a tie.
On Monday the Figuring f ire ire-men
men ire-men again displayed the ability
that has made them winners. Trail Trailing
ing Trailing 4 to 1 in the second inning, the
Firemen necked away at this de
ficit and pulled up even to maint
ain their undefeated string, iney
have won 14 straight 12 last sea-
by Erskine Johnson
NtA Stall Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) A
year ago Hollywood's Oscar der derby
by derby had a wide-open field of long
shots. This year's 30th running of
the (amous classic for the TV cam cameras
eras cameras March 26 -to ay be remem remembered
bered remembered as "The Cinch Race."
There's a heavy favorite in every
position, according to the Holly Holly-umnH
umnH Holly-umnH and vinp touts and I'm in
the same betting mood. for' my
A restricted vote on the nomi nominations
nations nominations could upset the favorites
at the wire, however. In the past
the entire Academy Award mem membership
bership membership of near y 3,000 In various
guilds and crafts made the nomi nominations.
nations. nominations. This year, except in the
Best Picture Category, members
voted for the nominations by in industry
dustry industry divisiqns. 1
ONLY 250 ACTOR members
voted on the best acting nomina nominations
tions nominations in their particular fields.
The Best Picture nominees, as' it
will now on the final winners.
The change was made to re restrict
strict restrict the political campaigningg
members of the Academy, It was
felt, could be swayed in the nom nomination
ination nomination voting by drum beating
So here we go again with the
Johnson crystal ball:
BEST PICTURE: "The Bridge
on the River Kwai." (Could be:
BEST ACTRESS: Deborah Kerr
in "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison."
(Could be: Joanne Woodward in
"Three Faces o.' Eve."
BEST ACTOR: Alec Guinness
Kwai." (Could be: Charles
Laughton in "Witness for the
BEST SUPPORTING. ACTRESS:
Diane Varsi in "Peryton Place."
(Could be: Miyosnip Umekin "Sa "Sa-yonara.")
yonara.") "Sa-yonara.") 1 BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
i Red Buttons in "Sayonara."
.(Could be: Sessue Hayakawa in
"The Bridge on the River
Kwai." (Could be: Joshua Logan
BEST SONG: "Tammy" from
"Tammy and the Bachelor.''
(Could be: "A'l the Way" from
"The Joker Is Wild.")
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE
FILM: "The Nights of Cabiria,"
Dino de Laurentiis Prod. (Ita'y.)
BEST SHORT SUBJECT:
"''ViU'ir. Antarctica," World
BEST DOCUMENTARY: "Al
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l lv. is l.ntlUDCa PHARMACV-18I La CrTsoulll a FARM A CIA LOM
rvirrA. Tirol! No. 4 a PARMACI
Osm Ave. No. 41 O POTO DOMYJnlo
I Street r ABMAC1A -Mar--vii rerr
FOR SALE 1955 Ariel Motor
Cycle 650 cc twin. Now tires.
Phone Navy 3929.
FOR SALE Booklet Facts A A-bout
bout A-bout the Lctfery. For sale at
all newsstands. Only $0.75.
FOR SALE Kenmore Wringer-type
washer. Good condition.
Best ptice. Phone Panama 3 3-5079
5079 3-5079 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE Complete eat
Kenneth Smith golf clubs. Phono
2-2495 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE Any part or all
of following shares: 750 Cuen Cuen-tas
tas Cuen-tas 8 Pfd. 75 Finansas 10
Pfd. 75 Firranxas Common.
Priced' to give 9Wk return.
Call Jack Scribner 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. Softball Loop
nn and turn en far this vear. Their
usually good defense faltered, but
their combative- and team spirit
enabled to surge aneaa and neip neip-pri
pri neip-pri thpm tn ti the name in the
next to last inning with some dar
After Chester uebouza fanned,
MrCnllins sinslprl ovpr Leslie Drav
ton's bead to the light of second
base. He stole second weni to intra
while I.nvpll was heinC walked.
This set the stage tor p double steal
. i i 1 1 : : i T ...... 1 1
Wlul ivu'L-oiuns scoring auu uuvcu
going all the way to third on Spald Spalding's
ing's Spalding's nnnr throw In the tllate. Lov-
ell tied the game as Brown field
to deep center.
Herman Afrarrl. in relief was al
most untouchable as he held the
Powells' big hats silent while his
maips ramp from behind. Leslie
Drayton of Powells also pitched
good ban in re'iei, dui ianea o
get good support from his mates.
Powells 4 5 1
Coolspot 4 3 3
Harding, Drayton and Atherley;
Charles Wood,, Agard and Brown,
Schedule f8r rest of the Week:
Thursday. Cafe CoolsDot Vs Her
Friday, Powells vs Dep. Baby
Saturday. Den. Baby Salas Vs
Sunday, Herm. Yohros Vs Dep.
x This game was rescheduled
to dissolve tie played on Marcn a.
bert Schjwsitzer," Hill and An
derson rrod. Louis de Rochemont
BEHIND OSCAR's riACK- Fi
of. the 20 nominees for the four
acting awards are foreign play players,
ers, players, reflecting a big oevrseas in influence
fluence influence on film making, ."Sayo ."Sayo-nara"
nara" ."Sayo-nara" with 10, on the most
nominations in all categories, foi foi-''Peyton
''Peyton foi-''Peyton Place," 9; and
"The Bridge on the River Kwai,"
with 6. . .Only nominee this year
to win a double nomination in one
category: Hugo Friedho er for the
musical scores of "An Affair to
Remember" anri "Bn nn ni
phin. . .Charles Laughton and
"o naniciiesier are uie tirst Mr.
and Mrs. act I can recaRin the
Oscar nominations. Elsa isin the
uesi, supporting actress race for
WitneSS for thp PrnMt.
which won Laughton a nomina-
CAROLYN IAMEC x-
The ReehoW ;t.," :
i act a new
brevity -on-the screen record .. for
no ct aumumliMM .
o. oupmiuus aciress. snefwas
seen in thef fi mjor a total of on only
ly only five minnfoc co ...
It. -....V..VO, ua scluuus. An Anthony
thony Anthony Qumn's ll-minute role in
T.I,cf fn. TS ,, '.t-S
, "c' wn,cn won nim
Pf?,r, ?st year, held the
J .(our o ine
nominees Oninn Mi.n t
,.M) ,,, di mii-
do, Anna Magnani and Laughton,
luwuci ustar winners. Laugh Laughton
ton Laughton won his back in 1933.
Star billing again was ignored
by the Academy urhio irrnn.j
its own rules. "Peyton P 1 a c e"
sKirrea Artnur Kennedy and
Russ Tamblyn, but they won.
Best Suoportiog" nominations.
Vittono De Sica was starred in
"A Farewell to Arms," but he,
too, was dropped to supporting
p ayer category by the voters.
NfW NAME BETTER
NEW YORK, March 26 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A proposed name ehanee nf Al.
lied Chemical & Dye Corp: to Al Allied
lied Allied Chemical Corn "will mnrp
clearly re :lect the broad nature
oi roe company's position in the
cnemieai inausiry." according to
president Glen B. Miller. The
stockho ders, would become elec elective
tive elective by May 1.
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Arrwrmrr.a Ate. ami S3 St o PABMAC1A
in ,huvedade ri oanor
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE Two leading
bargee. L.C.M. type. Hulls in
perfect condition. Each barge
equipped with two new 4-71
CM. Diesel engines. For infor information
mation information phone Mr. Ramdeen or
Mr. Gotti at Panama 3-74U,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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AnW?JnN ?AJ,(m'iB0YS STAJf,R whj wrived yesterday morning, via KLM -from Seroe
Colorado Antlllles, as representative of American Ltgion Post No. 1 Amba Ksso Is greet greet-ed.uy
ed.uy greet-ed.uy fred auvin- director of CrtwwdfeBoys Staefe, Mrs. Oauvin &nd their daughter Do Dorothy.
rothy. Dorothy. Warren was selected by the school faculty of 'Lago High f3chool to attend the 4th
annual session of Croaaroads Boys State beginning 'at Ft. Clayton tomorrow. He is most
enthusiastic about his visit to Panama, and his participation in Boys State.
Girls, Boys State Sessions
Open Tomorrow At Clayton
The American' Legion and the
American Legion Auxiliary an announced
nounced announced today that plans have
been completed for the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming session of Crossroads Boys
State and Caribbean Girl State.
The session, which begins on to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and ends on April 3,
will be again held at the Fort
Clayton hospital building through
the courtesy of the United States
The welcoming ceremony will be
held at 7:30 p.m. iomorrqw. the
1957 Governors, Marie Bleakley
and Don Randall, will preside at
the joint opening. Col. John C
Nickerso will be the guest speak,
er. Parents are invited to attend.
It provides an opportunity for
them to participate, as self-governing
citizens, in a mythical
"State" of the United States,
where they learn, under the best
leadership available, the. duUe".
privileges and responsibilities of
citizens of the U.S.A.
Girls State and Boys State Is
a nation-wide American Legion
and American Legion Auxiliary
program to help- girls and boys
of high school age better to un un-dertsand
dertsand un-dertsand the structure and func functioning
tioning functioning of the government of the
United States and to prepare
themselves for active citizenship.
It provides an opportunity for hem,
to particinate, as self governing
citizens, in a mythical "State" of
the United States, where thoy
learn, under the best leadership
available, the duties, ririvileges
and resrionsibilities of citizens of
In order that girls and boys, in
this area miirht have an eaual op opportunity
portunity opportunity with those living in the
United States to benefit by this
type of oroTam, the American
Legion Auxiliary .initiated Canb-
bean Girls State in 1949 and the
American Legion started Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State in 1955.
The programs are operated each
year with the approval of the Gov
ernor of the Canal Zone, who also
participates in certain of the tunc
Hons, and are endorsed by the
Schools Division. Prominent mem
bers of the local pommunities giye
special instruction, with emphasis
being placed on good city, coun
tv and state government.
Girls and boys who attend the
sessions will not only receive in
struction and guidance In good ci
tizenship,-, hut will actively parti
c'Pate in the running of their own
'State," electing their own cty,
county and state officials.
Each one will be a citizen of a
city throughout the session and
will belong to one of the two noli
tical parties. Ecch one may try
for ?pv office and v'H a go1'-rri-if
notion. v-'Vr by e-
Jrp'ini or !niointrMnt.
There will also be a well-jrpund
O RAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.I.
Export Dress making. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-3256.
"YOU CAN BE SURE" if P. P.-meta
meta P.-meta (just down from New
York) or Mary (15 yean ex experience)
perience) experience) grooms you for the
Easter Parade. Genell's Beauty
Shop. Cocoli Clubhouse. Navy
WANTED In "U, Cumbres"
house preferably furnished. Pay
cash. Write details price, Stewart
Eagan, El Valla, giving telegra telegraphic
phic telegraphic address.
ed program of recreation, fun,
church attendance and nHemiate
rest periods. Each group has a-
Financial support for the local
Boys and "Girls State comes from
the American Legion and Ameri American
can American Legion Auxiliary, Department
of Panama, and from many oth other
er other -organizations with an Interest
in citiienship trailing arid recog recognition
nition recognition of its value to youth and
to the United States.
Each girl and boy who attends
in sponsored by one of these
groups, the sponsorship fee is
Two outstanding citizen! will be
chosen from each group at the
close of the program to represent
Caribbean Girls State and Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State at Girls Nation
and ; Bovs Nation in Washington,
D.C. this summer.
Grls aod Boys Nation stresses
"overnment nn the national level
Transportation cost to and from
Washington, are also borne by the
local units of the American Le Legion
gion Legion and American Legion Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary in accordance with the rules.
laiH down bv the national oreanW
Kliihilitv rrniirementa incliilo
that the boyor girl must be In
me junior year of senior High
School; thev must have a "went
Who is a citizen of the United
States, except for two observers
wno attend in the nromoqon of
goon-win; they must have shown
food tllialifif'ntlnns" in Isarferehin
character, courage, honesty, schol scholarship
arship scholarship and cooierafiveness and
they must be physically fit.
.TlintAr Pnilncolnrc Iwim IVia ma
vious sessipn of Girls and Bovs
aiaie, aiso attend and assist the
On TV At 5:30
' Gustavo Si'esky, dramatic tenor
from Costa Rica, will appear on
CFN radio and television today
and Friday at 5:45 p.m. in a pro program
gram program of-ooeratic selections.
Silesky, well-known throughout
Cenntral America, is noted for his
roles in such operas as O t e 1 1 o,
Tosca, Pagliacci and others.
, InPanama he performed at the
recent regional convention of Rota Rotations
tions Rotations and he is scheduled to ap appear
pear appear at the Univo'ity of Pan?
during his stay here. Silesky w. i
be accompani'J on the piano by
3 -minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxiag of
can $6. Auto-Bafto, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears,
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 Ul
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Box 1890. Panama, R.P.
Termite damage can be de destructive
structive destructive as fire if not controll controlled.
ed. controlled. Protect your homo and
furniture by calling Pronto
Service, Tel. 3-7977 Panama,
staff in the presentation of the
Mrs! Eleanor Becker, Depart Department
ment Department President of the American
Legion Auxiliary, said today, "It
has been through the courtesy of
the United States Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean and the Carihhaafl rnmmnJ
that facilities have been made a-
vauabie each year and the assist assistance
ance assistance rendered on the program
has made it possible for the prr prr-gram
gram prr-gram 'to continue in the Canal
Zone and to be outstanding and
"Wifh -these fine contributionss
from the U.S. Army, the assist assistance
ance assistance of leaders in our communities
and the financial support received
from local organizations and indi,
viduals, the eligible high schooi
students of the Canal Zone ahve
not only the opportunity to stiv
out government, but they also
learn the oHe sswa-hWiw.
that are nnrt nf ai.1m1.h
t w iiuci iiaii tier-
As our young people receive
more instruction on government
and their part in the over-all pic picture,,
ture,, picture,, the preservation of our gov government
ernment government for future fenerations' is
made more certain."
Anyone interested in more infor information
mation information on the profrarhs "may
call AI -Gauvin at the American
Lefion Ckib. Fort Am dor after
7:00 p.m. or Mrs. F. M. Brown,
Marg?rita. Ganvin and Mrs. Brown
-rP tb directors, of Boys and
Girls State jfcspectively for 1958.
' Curuiifi" dwell
This' evening-In the Curundu
Tr"ecfant Church Dr. Don P.
Sh'd'er, the president of 'he Gos Gospel
pel Gospel Missonarv Union will deliver
Shidler is well kjiowiV In the
Isthmus apd has friends in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The Gospels Missionary Union
s a missionary organization work
in" in Panama and 14 other na nations.
tions. nations. Tie Hrnr o' service will be T
m. fhjlder will be arriving from
On Friday evening at 6 p.m. in
the Church annex, the congrega congregation
tion congregation will have their monthly Fa-
Tpnv ieiiowsnip supner. Each fa fa-milv
milv fa-milv is urged to attend. Bread,
butter, and beverages, will b
fiirnis''d hv the rhnmh r.niii..
are rske-' brine rnuereH riicho.
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3:1.5 Face the Nation
4:00 Mr. Wizard
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7:00 Clauroom Camera
General Psychology No. 14
7:30 Dennis Day
8:00 Chevy Show
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:30 People Are Funny
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WASHINGTON, March 26 j(UP) Th e crash of a Panarna-bound DC-7C yester yesterday
day yesterday may lead to stepped-up research on airbohe fire' detection, aviation experts said,
The plane, which crashed near Miam i, Fla., after an engine caught fire, was
equipped with the latest fire detection de vices. Whether these devices gave adequate;
warning of the engine fire will not be known until surviving crew members can be
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ljucaiiuncu mj .v......
r..x il. wTo!nn InHnctru
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warning pilots of dreaoea Tiigm Tires, uovernmeni ana
present methods are subject to both frequeent failure and
"'The fire detection system on
the Braniff plane consisted of
red warning lights in the cock cock-plt
plt cock-plt combined with a loud ,gong.
These theoretically are ac activated
tivated activated at the first sign of a
-blaze anywhere in the plane
The system not only warns pf
engine fires but also notifies
crews of fires in the cabin and
carbon dioxide, an xunguisu xunguisu-u
u xunguisu-u dniH mtn a renorted tire.
a 11 U1U) l"l -M (
M.anurhiie in Miami. Fed
ivieau wiiiic tv
eral inspectors sought today
to determine if the Braniff
. airliner exploded before.
crashed in flames, kUHng
nine of the U persons aboard.
! The pilot, Capt. Thumas Don Don-ald
ald Don-ald George, 50, of nearby Coral
.Gables, still was in critical con-
.... j.-J-.. Ana .ithar
tlltion eany "nc
among the 15 survivors alsoi26
.,oc nn the eriMr.al list n WU
liam 3. O'Brien or juasron,
Conn., a passenger.
But two survivors who receiv received
ed received only minor injuries .Hil .Hil-'on
'on .Hil-'on Soares of Rio de Janeiro
and Emilio Ganut of Sao pau pau-lo
lo pau-lo said they thought' the
plane broke apart in flight be before
fore before it slammed into the Ever Everglades
glades Everglades marshes shortly after
takeoff early yesterday.
However, other witnesses,
both on the ground and In the
plane, reported, they, thought
the earth-shaking explosion oc-
.nrreH iust. as the hie. four-
I t 1 VA Uv V ------ t mm I
the critical nsi wu-
engine craft hit, some six miles
irom me ena or me runway.
There was little doubt,
though, that the No. 3 en engine,
gine, engine, on the right side next
to the passenger compart
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 4
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Braneh of the
Panama Canal Company:
(max. mph) NW-15
(Inner harbors) 78
(inner harbors) 77
THURSDAY, MARCH 27
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Pal Joey and
Pal Joey says:
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a dame like a
lady... and a M
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Fire Detection Devices
hoc Inna he) en seeltino- better nni4N faster methods
j . - e
ment, burst into flame mo moments
ments moments after the plane left
. the ground.
That fact was confirmed by
fJAA tower operator.- and other
witnesses on the ground and
in the piahe.
And T. C Sokel, a former
airiiite mechanic who was at
the airport when" the arliner
leaded, sa'd "there was an un unusual
usual unusual blue sparking from the
No. 4 tiutboarri- eng:n" on the
Sokel said two mechanics
Winston Churchill Up And About
After Brief, Worrisome Relapse
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ROQUEBEUNE, France, Marchl
lxytuonuitr,, nance, wiartn
(UP) Sir Winston ChurthiU
Was ud and about aearn veater
was ud and about asam vester-
day following a brief but worri-
some return oi me cnest trouble
he suffered last month.
An announcement said the 83 83-year
year 83-year old statesman had made
such good recovery 4hat he could
return to England as soon as the
weather was favorable.
Churchill had taken to bed last
Saturday because of a slight set
back in hi, s recovery from the
pneumonia and pleurisy that
struck him here Feb. 18.
But his personal secretary, An-
mony Montague Browne, an
nounced this afternoon that the
"Old warrior" had won another
battle. He issued a communique
"Sir. Winston is now getting
aboqt again after a passing set setback
back setback and will be able to return
to England when "the weather is
Churchill's secretary explained
that his announcement was "not
meant to be a medical bulletin
since the situation does not war warrant
rant warrant one." He said there probably
would be no further communique
because "there is no reason for
Churchill was reported chafing
for a spell of sunshiny weather
that would permit him to Teturn
home to England. But England
had wet weather in the 40s today.
It was in the 50s here on the
Riviera with a steady downpour
Churchill Is known to want very
much to go t Washington as orig originally
inally originally scheduled in late April. But
TOWN STILL HAPPY
BLANDFORD, Mass., March 26
lut j nesiaems oi mis nui iuwu
kept their sense of humor despite
recent heavy snows.
A sign atop a huge pile of the
Ui .L..te it j. ; i ..
white stuff savs: caution no ar
hnnn fifnpunrl i
SHOWS: 1:00 2:60
vr I HE BROADWAY SMASH HIT!
"It ain't the size
of the fiddle..
it's the tune
JOHN OMAHA RKHMID kODGERS UKN2HUT
KOHLMAR GEOKE SIDNEY COUTMWA
. . w.
I 1 i I
inausxry experts concede
worked on the engine for' some
time, but tnat ne mv.-i twy
worked 'on the opposite tide
from which l noticed the magr
He said the mechanics "ap "ap-narcnfly
narcnfly "ap-narcnfly figured they had the
trouble corrected becaise the
plane took off on schedule."
Two minutes later the hitf
silver, red and blue craft, its
passengers, crew ana rjerscnai;
effects lay broken and burnling,
strewn over a mile-wide area
his physicians are understood to
ras pnysiwans are uiiuei siuuu iu
bejieve he should not risk the Jong
vovaee in view otnis age ana
voyage in view ofhis age and
VACQtfT. f.wmmv March 2fi
(UP) Thousands of metalworker
a i :t. Uaa
siagea a wiiucai sinnc hcic id id-day
day id-day in West German labors first
a ftf lirA Anm nnctfltintl a Cf OI net
government plans to equip Ger-
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man armea iorces wim bwuuc
The protest walkout by an es estimated
timated estimated 2,000 Henschel locomotive
workers coincided with a warning
tolporam tn Parliament frrim ren.
resentatives of 18,000 North Ger
man iron and. steel workers.
Both moves were timed to back
an opposition Socialist attack in
Parliament on Chancellor Kon Kon-rad
rad Kon-rad Adenauer's NATO-based pol policy
icy policy that envisages atomic weap weapons
ons weapons for West German forces.
Workers from the giant Hen Henschel
schel Henschel plant marched through Kas Kas-sel
sel Kas-sel streets to the main square
where they staged a protest dem demonstration
onstration demonstration before moving on to
trade union headquarters.
Emergency police squads were
called out to keep traffic flowing
but there were no reports of any any-violence.
violence. any-violence. Local leaders of the metalwork metalworkers
ers metalworkers union said they had no part
in organizing the Kaese' walkout.
The strikers sent a telegram to
the trade union federation asking
iriivuivi me 4UC9UUU ui a
strike could be examined
wnemer tne question of a general
Metalworker union renreaenla
tives in Hamburg, meanwhile,
Snt a telegram to Parliament
warning tne government that the
rnsnltc nf ntnmii., rm,nrt nn.,M t
HWllllVIl 1 null. I.UUIU II UL
lL. ..ll .
be fully perceived yet.
6:50 9:05 P. M.
Joey says j
woman is hard
to find. ..but
ike Would Extend Benefits
For Jobless By 50 Percent
WASHINGTON. March 28 (UP)
President Eisenhower asked
Congress for authority today to
use federal funds tn eytenii the
unemployment, benefit period for
jobless workers by SO per cent.
An estimated two million un unemployed
employed unemployed would benefit The mn.
iraum neriod of Da-vmeata wnnin
fbe raised lrom the nresent 26
weeks to a total of 39 weeks in
most bie industrial state at an
estimated cost of. 500 to 600 mil
lion aoiars for the one-year life
of the special anti-recession oro-
The President told Conaress in
a SDOCial messaee th.
reflected "my strong conviction
that we must act prompOy, em emphatically,
phatically, emphatically, and broadly to temper
"1C "nip oemg experienced
Gen. Gavin To End
Career On Monday
Al Fort Bragg
FT. iBRAGO (TIPS Tt fw
James M. Gavin, Army research
chief, will end hi 30-year mili military
tary military career in ceremonies here
rue retirement ceremonies will
gj ft tatiuiiica win
of "the famed 2nd Airborne Drri-
oi me famed 82nd A rhnrne n;vi
sion which he commanded dm
World War II in Eurnne n
Wnr M w. tt j- t?
w uiig posi tnat ne returned the
division after thew ar.
, .. . "a
When he announrwi hi tmtAM-
. uip ill ICII
tion to retire last January, Gavin
mai, jiie nrniy was deterior deteriorating
ating deteriorating and he felt he could do
more for It outside.
Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer,
Army Vice chief n. staff ,m k
the highest tanking officer at the
iciucuiem ceremonies which also
will mclude the presentation of,
viavm secona uisunguisned Ser Service
vice Service Medal.
The Armv will lt n,tin t-
his distinguished service since
1945 when ha server! a
tion commander in Berlin as well
as commander of the 82nd Air Airborne.
borne. Airborne. J
He brought the division home
u ivw ana remained as com?
mander until 1949 when he joined
the Defense Department Weapons
System Evaluation Group.
The citation to accompany the
medals says that while serving on
the weapons grop until June 1951
Gavin contributed "substantially"
w ueveiopmeni oi sman atomic
weapons. The citation also nave
inouie io nis inspiring leader
ship to future Army leaders."
Calls Off Cherry
WASHINGTON (UP) Neither
maows nor freezes nor the fact
hoi a single bloom would
appear on time was able to force
postponement of the 1958 National
Cherry Blossom Festival
But yesterday a mild drizzle
When late urintai. ... j.
i auuws maue
it obvious that the annual sepe-
the people In charge grimly stuck'
to their nlana Thau u. j
ii r: "ou maue
lar in aovance, and they
Said the Official nnomn ,..u l.
k.i A i il Hi" WUU1U UK
held at the trdal haeln i,cl.,l...
niicu n snowea agam on the
first day of spring, the festival
iiiaiia8emeni again ruled out any
postponement, despite, the fact
that no blossoms would .be on
hand. The Japanese ambassador
and high federal officials had ar arranged
ranged arranged to participate.
(But tie planners finally caVed
in. They announced, the opening
ceremonies "had been postponed to
1 pun. today.
"We wouldn't want the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese ambassador and all those
government officials to get wet,"
a spokesman said.
Negro Teenage Bandits Beat, Rob
Teacher Trying To Protect Pupils
NEW YORK (UP) A teacher
who was savagely beaten and
robbed while trvina- to nrntont
pupils In- his outdoor gym class
from five Negro teen-age bandits
was reported in fair condition to today
day today in a hospital.
The attack on Arthur Santos,
36, a licensed minister teaching
in a school operated by the Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Day Adventist Church, took
place yesterday afternoon in a
public park in the Bronx.
It was the latest outbreak in a
series of tefen-aged incidents of
violence in parks, streets and
schools. In other developments:
Classes at the suburban Hemp Hempstead
stead Hempstead High School on Long Island
were called off yesterday as re result
sult result of two fires in 12 hours. Po Police
lice Police and fire investigators said
the first fire, discovered late Sun Sunday
day Sunday night, may have been caused
In Albany the Senate passed
and sent to the governor a bill
that would overrule a New York
city board of education regulation
that now prevents teachers from
using physical force against stu students.
dents. students. The measure authorizes in
Playoffs Begin Friday
by workers whose unemployment
has been prolonged."
Rllt ha sniH d ufso innvinMul
" mv na VVUrtlMVII
the need for such additional felkp
eral aid would be "of relatively
The President sent his request
to Congress after discussine it
with Republican congressional
leaders at their regular weekly
White House legislative confer
Senate GOP Leader William F.
Knowland (Calif.) said the plan
did not win' "complete aooroval"
C 4U Ortr, . .
w tue uur congressmen, nut ne
said there was a feeling it was the
best approach so far to the prob problem.
lem. problem. He predicted Congress would
Knowland also disclosed a sec
ond anti-recession step by the
admlnistraUon. He said the Pres.
ident would submit to Congress in
the next day or two legislation to
speea up ieaerai purchasing dur during
ing during the rest Of the current fiscal
Imam I I it. n ..
" we nionms auer,
111 IV I
Meantime, the Senate
w"" mvmmtmt IW01IVU
aheadi with its $5,500,00,000 anti antirecession
recession antirecession hiehwav conatmetinn hill
and Senate Republicans voted 17-;
it iU asK me iresinenr tn man
the Democratic drafted bill to
ireeze iarm price supports.
ine states would have to pay
back the federal funds thev re.
ceived to beef up the unemploy-
meni. compensation program. They
could do so in any one of these
The unemployment tax on
payrolls could be increased from
0.3 per cent to 0.45 per cent for
one year starting April l, 1963.
7-States, if they desired, could
reimburse the federal Treasury
either for direct appropriations or
by dipping Into their unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment trust funds.
If the federal advances were not
repaid by April 1, 1964. the fed
eral tax on payrolls would he
hiked to 0.6 per cent.
Idle workers whose
for unemployment benefits ex expired
pired expired after last Jan. 1 would be
eugiwe fo te exthended pay
ments, startme Anril 1 irnnuT.n4
' " "'U1IU
said, owever, that he doubted
Congress would complete ection
on tne measure by then.
The oroeram woiiM remain u
effect until April 1, 1959. An esti-
i.aitu uvru iiuuiun unempioyea
would benefit in that period. As of
now. 290.000 idle wnrlraro mkn
hausted their payments in Janu
ary ana reDruary would be eligi eligible.
ble. eligible. About 60 ner pent nf all InhUe.
workers are eligible for unem unemployments.
ployments. unemployments. During the
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ed March 8 there were 3,274,800
unemployed drawing payments.
This represented a drop of 7,600
"vci uic weex oeiore.
The .numher nf uioalro a) mmma
- Tivnp ui unem unemployment
ployment unemployment pay varies from state to
siaie. ine average is 26 weeks.
Gerald Morcan. the President's
special counsel, said the emer emergency
gency emergency plan was a federal pro program
gram program but that T.ahnr duimlonu
James P. Mitchell would try to
reach agreements for the states to
aamimsier it tnrough their exist existing
ing existing unemployment compensation
Morgaa said Mitchell wohH
I make other arrangements for pay paying
ing paying idle workers the aririitinnai
benefits if any state balked. But
ne saia mere naa Been no indica indication
tion indication that any state would refuse to
TOKY, MARCH lift (UP) The
iHnnncion Anfir. nn...n
Indonesian Antara news agency
today reported the detention by
military authorities of the eriitnre
Of the newspapers Indonesia
Berdjuang and Trompet Islam of
Bandjarmasin in South Borneo for
violatine Armv censorshin reo-nla.
The agency said the editors
were taken into custody several
structors to employ "reasonable
force in a moderate degree" to
"retrain or correct" a pupil.
In the trial of seven teen-age
gang members accused of the
murder of Michael Farmer, a de defendant
fendant defendant testified Monday that he
was drunk and dizzy from wine
the night of the killing.
The witness, Louis Alvarez, 17,
a former1' assistant president of the
Egyptian Dragons gang, denied
he s t a b b e d the 15-year-old
Farmer boy in the back, as other
tt wasn't so many years ogot
that only bull tighters wore tore-
Odor pants. ku
I i- ---
Trumpeters Of 776th AF Band To Sound Call
For Easter Sunrise Service At Amador Beach
i. T,W,hJtr!?mpeierJfr0 th "th. Alr rce Bnd AFB, sounding church call, tho
1,lJcned4uAnS!d. ?TK wrr!e,f 0f worsW wm et unaerway at 6 jn. Easter mornlnf,
Anril fi. in tho VAvt InilHnr heaoh urn "rT
C -ncnu me easier morning rites, being vanned
tfy Protestant chaplains of the armed forces In the Canal Zone with the asslatancVof hundred
Of citizens from Panama and the fanal Tnne
tot general puouc nas
Ch!plain ?L7 ltUOti?n istant chPialn, U.S. Army Caribbean, is project officer. As As-sisting
sisting As-sisting are representatives of various posts, technical and administrative services who are ar arranging
ranging arranging countless detaUs m connection with erecting bleachers, parking, insecticide spraying
of the area, providing programs, controlling traffic and setting np a public address system
Sneclal norkinr faellittea will h. In Ln tt j 3 T8??
,hin 7Ti.: iT;
"-rr-- v niv m.iivc, waver ureamasi
Open Mess and theHon Commissioned Officers Club at Fort
Thn whn nlan tn attenrl this
Pacific side service are advised
to make an early start, since hea-
W ie-fi t io antitinotawl
j "v io ttuuviyawu,
Spntina will hp limitn anrl wnr-
shinrwrft aro nrtfpn tn hrinir alrin?
nilchinn. a klnnlrate nn uikinh i ry
K "S 6 Prato-.-Wu
bF0dcas.t GFN radl0 S1"-
The entire proogram will be
nine at It a.m.
The sermon will be given by
the Rev. Eugene R. Bertermann,
of St. Louis, Mo., director of the
Mi. uuuifli v.. i I.VVW. v. nib
"Lutheran House" radio program
D L C I )
DOyS 0 VllflS L
Eight babies were born m
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Wed-
nocHov anenrrflnw tn the reir-
admitted and 75 were discharg discharged.
ed. discharged. The explanation of the Canal
Babies were born to the fol- and proposed improvements, pre-
Irnlni. nn.nnl. n TTnlta ClQtoc snntnrl hir AmnU ...k. 1-
luwuift jjtticnifl ti uiuvcu uiii-lvu
itli7en chin Snt anri lUIrs T7ll
V MgU U1IU 1U1 u
1 : a n 111.
n onn nlawtvnc nf nfiA finlHn
son; Sp3 and Mrs. Benton
powen, of Colon, son; sre ana
Mrs. William WilkieJof France
Field, son: Set. a.nd Mrs Rillie
Wiginton, of Coco Solito, son;
Sfc. and Mrs. Warren Keck, of
Gullck Heights, son; and Sfc.
and Mrs. David Howell, of Co,co
Babies were bom to the ofl ofl-lowing
lowing ofl-lowing parents of Panamanian
citizenship: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwin
win Edwin Daniels, of Colon, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
cumberbatch, of Rainbow City,
Says Mines Laid
Off West Sumatra
SINGAPORE. March 28 ttJPY
The Indonesian Navy announced
today in Jakarta it had- mined the
waters off western Sumatra to cut
the last supply routes for the In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian rebel capital of Padang.
There was some suspicion here
the mine-laying may have been
in connection with the long-expected
amphibious landings of govern
ment troops on the west coast of
A brief communique said mines
had been laid along a 6-mile stretch
between Pariaman and Painan
and that the area was declared a
danger zone closed to internation international
al international shipping. 1
The Navy earlier announced it
had minert waters off Ritiino- Harh-
or, a key port in rebel-held north
Painan is about 30 miles south
of the rebel capital at Padang and
Pariaman about 30 miles to the
The announcement did not say
uuw tar w sea iuc miufjs wcic laiu
but Indonesia last December is-
. J J .. .. I .1 ; I I 1
how far to sea the mines were laid
duo1 iIiiiwaii ovtonHrntf territorial
d 11 V. VI a UHl 1, V. vii..iiu.ii nA.in.iiui
waters from three to 12 miles off
ENKA, N.C., March 26 (UP)
American Enka Corp. has ac acquired
quired acquired control of Rex Corp., West
Acton, Mass. producers of plastic plastic-covered
covered plastic-covered wire and cable, for an
witnesses have testified. He said
there was "no blood on my knife"
after the attack in High Bridge
Park last July 30.
Alvarez, one 'of two Puerto Ri Ri-can
can Ri-can defendants, was tn underen
further cross examination today.
santps told police who arrived
too late to capture his attackers
that he had taken his 36 Puerto
Rfcan pupils into Crotona Park
in the afternoon for physical
education. He said he noticed five
boys 16 td 18 years old going
through the pockets of pupils,
mostly girls, they had lined up
under threat of attack.
When Santos stenned in one Af
the Negroes drew a knife. Santos
saia ne uea dui was caugnt. Tne
five took a baseball bat from him
and other bats from the nunrla.
beat him on the head, and took
his wallet and $16.
Doctors at Fordham Hospital
took 13 stitches in puts on San
tos' scalp and lip and reported he
naa suffered a Dram concussion.
Police said none of his studenU.
12 to 14 veara old. waa harmed
hilt nevoral hH tct MM! nnniili
I n-iwwi imu iwni piim, frcubUS
i ana small corns to tne Hoodlums
oeen invrtea to attend the Easter morning rites, being planned
fu. ""-r lZ" u'"';3
A combined chair' a CM
voices representing Protestant
chapels and churches in Pane-
I Mm iL. 'V.- lA
mm miv vanai Lgrw. vrga-
nia! ku tUm. Uani D ... u.:H
rt PaUrcAn An t c i ..i-.'.
I raL.J.I ...III tt iL. t
Cathedral, will offer the charal
invitation "Jesu, Lamb of God,
Redeemer"; 'I Am Alpha and
Omega"; "O Death Where Is
Thy Sting"; and the Halleluiah
Chorus from Handel's "Mes "Messiah."
siah." "Messiah." lllv wm UB CUIIUUCieu D Y
Neil ft. Branstetter, supervisor of
The. cboi will be conducted by
me department oi music, yanal
U k II T II
moia i aiK
Members nf the Tiiahle. ra mern
rii.u t.iiAj u i i.
Uis at niahin Hiht. w e..j...
afternrton and hiarf a Kre
by u Go H h M j0Jc.
J. .77 ugu m. ninoia inir-
I -...v.vi kij muuiu W11U IS rcCOgniZ'
ed as the authnritv nn th
ed as the authority on the canal's
lmDraVPltlAnt nrntfram waa rk.
first view of the program for ma-
ny in the audience. This field, trip
ami lecture was particularly inter interesting
esting interesting to 'the pamera lnh nhntn.
graphers who, as employes, con-
tfikiil. 1 U I ..
ivuie io uie canai s operation in
their daily work.
The field trin mi nne nt tiU
club's regularly sponsored visits to
a puuib oi iocai interest to permit
study as well as photography of
story behind those
shocking head headlines
lines headlines that reveal
road racing as
sport of all I
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Written by JAMES EDMKTOW and CORNEL WIDE TECHNICOLOR
In conjunction with the release of "THE DEVIL'S
HAIRPIN" at the Lux Theatre, a display of sports
cars will he held by members of the Isthmian Sports
Cars Club, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in front of the
theatre. Everyone is invited to attend and admire
their favorite sports cars.
story on page 8
... on n-nn to airect yr-
will De served DT the Offtcera
Zone schools, with organ accom accompaniment
paniment accompaniment by Prof. Hans Janowitx.
Soprano soloist will be Mrs. Syl-
vm a. luetzman.
Atlantic side of the Canal Zone
will be held at Fort Davis, at the
rear of the golf club. Beginning
at 6 a.m. on Sunday, April 6,
the Services will be highlighted
by an Easter sermon by the Rev.
. uiuKemann, secretary of
the Central A merifan A iuiii.il J
the 1.. sc: -".f??v'
The Pflll fn WArehtn 1411 ka A
lurmAAil U.. iL. i-i
eiycicu uy uie nev. jonn A
Spauldifjg, pastor of the Spiscopa
Ghlirch 111 PriRtnhal onl fk k
ediction will be. deUvered hw
. wmm. U11U U1C ucu
vuapimn uarrqu o. cnaphe,
Protestant chaplain for th AOan AOan-tic
tic AOan-tic side.
The 79th Armv Band frvn Pt
fU 1 s. .jj. ee
JClaytob, led by CWO Ernest Hoch,
I anil n l..l i -n m
vuuiai group wiu perform
and sing traditional Easter hymns.
Special Military Police guides
Will be on hand at Fnrt ni. i
. Vlfc lHll- 111
direct worshippers to the area
where the Easter services will be
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