The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02507

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
TOURIST FUTES
io NEW YORK
AND TO SAO PAULO
RIO BUENOS AIRES
BRANIFF
.vxwiii;;:
tHE OAIlV NEWSPAPER
Satiama American
Tel. Panama 2-WJ5
let d Popi mot fw irmfc and tfo country u rfM Abraham Lincoln.
i
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1958

ft

hbi wmmmm mmbm anna iMWMBMHMBMHMMBBiMHBMMig

33rd TEAR

W ITS

Explorer III Streaks
Round Oops Orbit
(2000 Miles Out 100 Miles In)

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., March 27 UP) The
Army gathered precious data from Its erratically orbiting
new Explorer satellite today and aimed its efforts toward
bigger and better man-made moons.
It took the Army, just 21 days to recoup from the
unsuccessful Explorer II launching March. 5 by putting
Explorer III mto orbit yesterday with the powerful Jupiter
C rocket!
It was this nation's third satellite against two for
Russia. The other U.S. moons are Explorer I, launched
Jan. 31 and the Navy's 14-pound Vanguard sphere blasted
up March 17.

Roberto Arias
Tells British
Of Resignation
' LONDON, March 27 (UP)-Dr.
Roberto Arias, the Panamanian
ambassador in London, called to today
day today at the Foreign Office and m m-foflmitt
foflmitt m-foflmitt officials that he was re reigning
igning reigning as ambassador.
Dr. 'Arias told United Press
i that h, had today received tha
! acceptance of hit rasignaiHon
! f r5n hii government in Panama
: He said: "I am doing this be be-ronncp
ronncp be-ronncp t feel 1 can better serve
!my country. Panama, by helping
!to maintain the freedom; of
the
!press,
. Aria added: "Wen the 90
! ernment indicailad that tht a
! torial c
' shouh
sianed as Treasury Minister and
I as ambassador because we
will not implicity or explicitly
compromise our papars.
He said he would be returning
to Panama next week to take tip
once again his legal practice.
He said as his practfqe concern concerned
ed concerned international contracts he hop hoped
ed hoped to visit London frequently.
Ike Orders New
Voluntary Cutbacks
In Oil Inroorts
I WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)
President Eisenhower today ord
eied- another cut back in oil im
iports under his "voluntary" pro
gram from 771,400 to 713.000 bar
rels a day.
The president also issued an ex ex-iecutive
iecutive ex-iecutive order intended to put (teeth
;in the voluntary program. It prov-
f lided that the federal government
will noo buy petroleum products
ifrom any domestic producer who
Idoes not comply with the volunta voluntary
ry voluntary reductions.
The new quota covers only oil
imported for east of the rockies.
The western part of the nation is
excluded.
i The reduction was a victory for
Congressmen from oil states which
"have been forced to cut down pro production
duction production in recent months.
It was considered a defeat for
the State Department which has
been fielding strong protests from
Canada and Venezuela against re reducing
ducing reducing further U.S. imports of
! The new program also excluded
U.S. brokers who have been im importing
porting importing foreign oil. But it brought
In several U.S. refiners which had
Pot been assigned individual quot
as under the old "voluntary pro
gram which became effect
CUV
re last
summer.
Colon Singers,
Armv Band Join
II n Easter
I Turn musical srnuns
will
combine their efforts in rounding
but a program of worship at the
Atlantic Side Easter sunrise
Service schedule at Fort Davis at
6:00 a.m. Easter morning.
The 79th Army Band under the
leadership of CWO, w2, Ernest
K. Hoch, will journey across the
isthmus to provide the prelude
and accompaniment for the
hymns.
Two Easter antnems will be
sung by the Rockwell Glee Club
from Colon under the direction of
Percival Thomas.
The Atlantic Side Easter sun sun-Hse
Hse sun-Hse service is sponsored annual annually
ly annually by the Armed Forces and the
j 11 li i- i: .17.

ritmmt f at papa.

ova, mwiwiiT

Sjk nuauue nengions movers as-
tociaUon.
. All persons living in the Repub-
fc of Panama and the Canal
W-pe" irrr trmrhjjfy hTvtted to Join
p the interdenominational serv-
I

The new man-made moon, 8,0
inches long and weighing 31
pounds, was streaking out some
2000 miles from the globe, but

as dangerously close as about j
100 miles.
More accurate figures on te
apogee, farthest point, and
perigee, nearest point, were ex expected
pected expected today.
Predictions of its Jifesnan
ranged from two days to two
weeks.
Rut a spokesman said last
night this latest launching
winds up the Explorer phase
of the Army's satellite pro program,
gram, program, unless authorities in
Washington change their
minds and order a fourth one
launched.
He said it may be June or
July before the Army is ready
to send Its next "moon" into
the sky, and ,that it will be
"bigger and more sophisticat sophisticat-ed
ed sophisticat-ed than yesterday's 31-pound-er.
But he did not say how
much it would weigh.
He did say, however, that
the present plans are to
launch it from
veral instead of
t place from
W blasted into
South orbit to take It over
more populated areas and the
poles.
There were indications the
Army may graduate to its in intermediate
termediate intermediate range Jupiter mis missile
sile missile for the next satellite
launching, but this was uncer uncertain.
tain. uncertain. VFW Post 3835
Says C. H. I est
Nol Their Member
Members of VFW Post Oen.
Qeorge W. Goethals 3835 todav
have asked that it be clarified
that Charles H. Lester, an
American who vesterdav ; was
charged with forgery in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court is no
longer a member of their post.
"Our post is not involved In
any way in any swindle," a
spokesman said today in replj
to many calls he says his or organization
ganization organization has received regard regarding
ing regarding the matter.
(Yesterday's report said the
posi naa been victimized.)
Lester, an unemployed Amer American,
ican, American, is charged with cashing
a $75 check in the Balboa Com Commissary
missary Commissary to which he is accused
of forging tbe signature of "A.
Krankowsky" as co-signer
Krankowsky is department
commanaer or tne Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Department of the FW.
me arresi report stated that
Lester
tried to defraud th
"Chase Manhattan Bank of
New York, Balboa Branch? the
Commissary Division, and the
Post Gen. George W. Goethals
No. 3835 of the VFW" by pass passing
ing passing a check which he had
forged.
The VFW spokesman said to today
day today that Lester was formerly
a member of their post, but
had transferred to another post
some time ago.
Lester's case was bound over
for trial in the U. S. District
Court at Ancon after probable
cause was found.

wfteeerit matt .rors.

RP Foreign Office Says Rep. Flood
Not Well-informed, Confused

A high official of the Panama Foreign Office said today
that Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) is net well-informed, and
in his confusion pretends to ignore the extent of the rights
the United States may exercise in the Panama Canal Zone.
According to reports of a recent Congressional speech,
Flood, called on Congress to declare that th United States
should not in any manner "surrender to any government or
authority its jurisdiction over and control of the Canal Zone,"
and its ownership, control and operation of the Panama Canal.
The Foreign Office official described the Canal Zone as
an area dedicated to the rendering of services of an interna international
tional international nature, and an area in which the Republic of Panama
has always maintained its sovereignty.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
A SPOKESMAN for the Pana Pana-menista
menista Pana-menista Party of ex-President Dr.
Arnulfo Arias was quoted today
as saying Ms party will have its
own presidential candidate if it
decides to register and participate
in me iou elections.
The Panamenista leader is re
portedly scheduled to visit Argen
tins shortly.
Employes of the government's
Imprenta National who joined a
printers' strike last February
and later returned to work aft after
er after baing premised a ttn-ctnt-an
hour raise by the Minister of
Education have still not receiv received
ed received the salary increase.
According to an afternoon tab
loid, a spokesman for the Educa
uon Ministry said the raise can
only be granted through an exe
cutive decree,, which has not yet
been issued.
Another tabloid speculated to today
day today that Cuban Conialez Ale Ale-man,
man, Ale-man, former manager of the
bankrupt Aguila Imperial insur insurance
ance insurance company who Is being
sought by the police, may hive
been killed during his attempt
to escape armst by traveling
through the wild Darlen region
towards Colombia.
The paper quotes reliable Da
rien sources as saying that the
last time Aleman was seen he
was carrying a suitcase filled
with gold and money m big bills
These sources are of the opinion
that the Cuban may have been
killed and robbed of his suitcase.
The government is said to be
making the steps to legists
chaoses into the new tariff law.
which went into effect recently m
to "correct transcription er-
morning tabloid speculated
that economic Interests may
bring pressure to bear in hep
of promoting additional changes
in the new tariff law, claiming
transcription or typographic or-
Safety inspection of all vehicles
going beyond Arraijan during Holy
Week is scheduled to being Mon
day

The traffic department of the'weather, which has been wet and

National Guard has announced
that the inspection will be con conducted
ducted conducted free of charge and will be
conducted in the usually manner
at the National Gymnasium, oppo opposite
site opposite the National Guard headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. The use of mechanical inspec inspection
tion inspection equipment will not go into
effect until April 7, when a fee
of 75 cents will be charged for
each vehicle inspected.
Canal Zone inspection stickers
will be honored at the Arraijan
checkpoint.

Pedro Miguel Los Rios Have
Least CZ Juvenile Delinquency

At a Pedro Miguel Civic Coun
ii mnetine last nieht. Mai. B. A
Darden, the Canal Zone police
chiei, discussed problems of juve
nile delinquency betore an inter
estftri audience
Darden made a comparison of
the problem here with that in du
ferent parts of the States.
Th, Canal Zone record is ve very
ry very good, he revealed, en com comparison
parison comparison with the U. S. crime
rate for juveniles from age 12
to 14.
"We have a low record of in
fractions." Darden said.
The lowest rate, he aded is in
Los Rios and Pedro Miguel.
(Civie Council officials in Pedro
Miguel, which was shifted to Lat Latin
in Latin American occupancy several
months ago, are determined that
delinquent habits win not gain a
foothold there.)
Someone from the floor asked
about a probation o-ficer to whom
delinquents could be taken.
Darden said the question was
brought before the Governor some
time ago, and was turned down.
Pedro Miguelers asked what

B

&

SCHOOL? CLOSED SUBJECT
Easter vacation starts tomorrow afternoon for thousands of Canal Zone school children
in the U.S. citizen schools.
The last major school vacation before the end of the school year in June, the Easter
vacation will continue until Monday morning April 7 when classes win be resumed in all
grades from kindergarten though high school and junior college.
Some .of the students those in the elementary grades and junior high school Will
start their vacation even sooner due to the fact that the annual achievement tests, now be befog
fog befog given in these grades, will be completed this afternoon.
It will be no extra day of vacation for the theachers, however, since the students are to
be excused from classes tomorrow only to permit the teachers to tackle the tremendous job
of gradinr tbe test papers.
No official school activities have been planned for the Easter vacation week, it was announced.

Members Of Canaf Zone
To Attend Annual Meeting

The- annual meeting of mem members
bers members of the Canal Zone United
Fund, Inc. will be held at the
Balboa Theater, Balboa, on
April 8, at 2 p.m. for the pur purpose
pose purpose of hearing reports of offi officers,
cers, officers, electing trustees of the
company for the ensuing year,
and the transaction of any
ether business that may pro properly
perly properly come before the meeting.
Under the by-laws nf the
United Fund, the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of members is held the sec-
Churchill Can't
Stroll Outdoors
For Several Days
ROQUEBRUNE, Cap, Martin,
France, March 27 (UP) Sir
Winston Churchill probably will
need another three or four days otl
stal
He would then have to accustom
himself to outdoor temperatures
so as to give him physical resist resistance
ance resistance for the return trip to Lon London,
don, London, they added. And it may be
two weeks before he is ready for
the journey.
In any case, Churchill will have
tn wait for Ions chanae in the
raw alons tne mviera an mis
week, before taking his first stroll
in the French air.
ROMULO RETAINS POST
MANILA, March 27 UP)
President Carlos P. Garcia said
today Brig. Gen. Carlos P. Rom Rom-ulo
ulo Rom-ulo will retain his post as Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to the United States in ie
forthcoming reshuffle of the Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine foreign service.
Romulo is scheduled to leave
Manila tomorrow for Washington.
could be done to have the ques
tion brought up again. Darden
said a very good reason would
have to be advanced as to the se seriousness
riousness seriousness of the need for such an
officer.
The question of mere vacation
fobs for Pedro Miguel young youngsters
sters youngsters was raised. Darden said
the matter should be taken up
with the Civic Council, which
has direct contact with the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's office.
Girl Scout progress was report reported,
ed, reported, i
First-aid training for both a a-dults
dults a-dults and teenagers was discuss discussed.
ed. discussed. Miss Msrion Farrell will
make a survey to see who is in interested.
terested. interested. Council ppresident Cleveland
Roberts said it was his feeling
that every boy and girl who can
read should know something a a-bout
bout a-bout first aid. He asked thata sur survey
vey survey be made along these lines.
The commissary forum and
shirtsleeve conference were dis discussed
cussed discussed at length.
:
Presley Trades
FORT CHAFFEE, Ark., March!
27 (UP) Elvis Presley traded his
black and shocking pink socks to today
day today for a pair of olive drab and
received the praise of a brigadier
havior during his first three days
in the Army.
The 23-year-old rock V roll
singer, accustomed to staying up
all night in civilian life and lift lifting
ing lifting nothing heavier than bis gui guitar,
tar, guitar, staggered under the weight
of 75 pounds of GI clothing
crammed in a duffle bag.
"I'm going to have to itfl
"I'm going to have to lift
. . .
. nciuiB ui suuiircuunK 10 gel in
good enough physical condition to

K

ond Tuesday of ApriJ each
year. Every person or organiza organization
tion organization that has made a contribu contribution
tion contribution to the United Fund is au automatically
tomatically automatically a member, and all
are Invited to attend.
Among the reports to be pre presented
sented presented will be those of Gov. W.
E. Potter, president of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone United Fund, Inc.,
andWllliam C Schmitt, man manager
ager manager of the Chase Manhattan
Bank, Balboa, treasurer of the
United Fund.
Principal item of business on
the agenda is the election of
approximately one-third of the
trustees of the corporation
whose one-year terms are ex expiring.
piring. expiring. As provided in the by bylaws,
laws, bylaws, a nominating committee
was appointed by Potter. The
committee has submitted a re
port which is available to all
interested members of the
United Fund
request
made
cel. sec-
a
sjwsisted of Col. L. L. Msml?,
chairman. Edward A. Doolan.
SHIS L. Fawcett, Fred DeV Sill,
Raobi Nathan witkln,
Upon adJournment of the
annual meeting of members,
the board 6f trustees of the
United Fund will immediately
convene for the purpose of
electing officers and an exe executive
cutive executive committee for the fol-
Governor Promises
Local Rale Council
More Improvements
Gov. W. E. Potter announced
the allocation of $1,000 for a play playground
ground playground at Pedro Miguel during a
meeting with Latin American Ci Civic
vic Civic Council Officers in the Admin Administration
istration Administration building Monday.
The Governor said designs are
being worked up to proceed with
the construction of a playground
within the funds currently availa available
ble available for this purpose.
At his executive session with
the officers, the Governor also
stated that the Pedro Miguel
School will be available as a
school for Latin American stu students
dents students soon after the close of the
U.S. school system on June 3.
The Governor said a request
that the Rainbow City Service
Center be enlarged was under stu study.
dy. study. On matters involving Trinidad
Street in Rainbow City, the Gov Governor
ernor Governor said he would recheck a
request for additional speed lim limit
it limit signs and that a proposal to
widen the street was under study.
He also stated further considera consideration
tion consideration would be given to requests
for opening several service roads
in that community to one way
traffic, with no parking permitted,
and that a request for fencing
three culverts in the area was be being
ing being evaulated.
, Potter said work on an addi additional
tional additional snack bar in tie Balboa
Dock area adjacent to building
No. 28 would begin as soon as
workers were pulled off rush jobs
in Coco Solo April 1.
The Governor called on coun council
cil council officers to support the Health
and Welfare Agencies fund rais raising
ing raising drive which will epd April 5.
Shocking Pink
lift this bag," Elvis said.
Presley and his 51-man induc induction
tion induction platoon were outnumbered by
reporters and photographers as
they lined up to draw the Army
gear they will wear for the next
two years. They all stripped as
they entered the clothing issue
line., Off came Presley's check
erea sports coat and black Ivy
League trousers. Off came his,
flashy socks and "cat" boots.
In then place, he put on an
Army green fatigue suit. GI socks
and a pair of size 12 Army boots.
Col. Tom Parker, Prwitey'g
manager in civilian life, asked if
ne coum get me new soioier onei
of the shoestring neckties he usu

, upon
. J. Pao

Now

United Fund
On April 8
lowing year. The nominating
committee's report also includes
nominations for these elections.
In general, the nominating
committee is recommending re reelection
election reelection of present trustees and
olficerse and executive commit
ee members. Nominations for
ill nncitmne mill nle. k i
all positions will also be
ac
cepted from the floor at
meeting of member's or
board of trustees.
the
the
Lt. Gov. Arnold
On Coordinating
Committee ForCZ
The appointment of Lt. Gov.
Hugh M. Arnold as the Canal
organization representative on
tne
annni
waiter Williams, chairman of
the President's committee. The
appointment is the result of a
nomination by Gov. w. E. Pot
ter.
The function of the "coordl.
rating committee Is -to act as
the working staff for the Pres Presidents
idents Presidents committee on fund rais raising
ing raising within the Federal service.
The committee is composed of
prominent representatives from
all branches and aeenclp nf
the Federal Government.
Arnold is already .chairman
of the Governor's Council for
Voluntary Giving which Is the
agency established in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone last year for admin admin-lsterine
lsterine admin-lsterine the several fund-rais-lne
efforts of various agencies
within the Canal organization.
CZ Credit Union
Silent On Protest
By Panama Govt.
The Canal Zone Cr'it Union
preferred to remain silent to today
day today on -what possible action
they may take to counteract a
protest recently filed 'by Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Foreign Office asking the
U.S. Embassy to close down the
union.
A meeting of the board of di directors
rectors directors of the credit organiza organization
tion organization was held yesterday But C.
J. Browne, president of the un union
ion union declined to comment on the
outcome of the meeting.
"We discussed things, that's
all." he said today, adding that
no concrete action was planned
for the moment.
A Panama Insurance firm
sparked the protest last April.
It contended that the Canal
Zone Credit Union was operat operating
ing operating illegally in' the Canal Zone
in violation of the RP-US
treaty of 1936.
BUY TOOL STOCK
SAN FRANCISCO. March 27
(UP)-Yuba Consolidated Indus Industries
tries Industries Inc. has moved into the con consumer
sumer consumer products manufacturing
field with the purchase, for an
undisclosed sum, tf the stock of
Magna Power Tool Corp.

MUH 4 Mm 1 u .m. Mill a I 1 J-.i tje

irncen in wasnintrr.nn mr 4 .ra. i

Hose For Olive Drab Socks

ally wears.
"No, sir," Presley replied.
I wore a string tie in here, I'd
have to take the pun'shment, not
you."
Presley slept 10
night and then ate a
Lours last
breakfast of.
cold pears, cereal, a fried eg!!.
mux, oacon. toast, enter and a
pecan roll
Then he went to Ket his new
clothes. In the line he
"sirred",
everyone, from privates to ser sergeants.
geants. sergeants. But when a colonel asked
him if his fatigue cap fit, he sim
piy rephed, "Ys.' The
eotoneif
did not say anything.
Brig,
Gen.
R;Uph R. Mece
l commandant of Fort Chaffee, an

Only

Khrushchev

Holds

Stalin's

Powerful

MOSCOW, Morel, 27 (UP) Nikita Khrushchev took
over Russia's premiership today in a major reshuffle which
eliminated Nikolai Bulganin from the nominal summit
post.
The 63-year-old Ukranian who rose to supreme lead leadership
ership leadership after Stalin's death was immediately nominated

and acclaimed as premier by
.

gamn delivered his resignation by proxy.
Khrushchev, now the summit leader in name as well
as in fact, will announce his cabinet ot a later session of

the Supreme Soviet.
Bulganin formally submitted
his resignation to the first
joint session of the newly-elect-eJ
Supreme Soviet this after afternoon
noon afternoon in accordance with the
constitution.
P. A. Lobanov, speaker of the
Poviet of the Union (Upper
House of Parliament), read
Bulganin's resignation for him.
Then,' instead of Bulganin's
used for re-
A Ukrainian
who rose to the top of the
soviet Commu n i s t Party
within a few short years of
Stalin's death was elected by
acclamation.
The tense drama, which was
being watched by all the world,
was acted out in the former
throne room of the Kremlin
palace.
Bulganin's ouster long had
been rumored, and Khrushchev
was considered a logical choice
to succeed him.
But his decision to accept the
premiership came as something
of a surprise to most Western
Lapse Of Payments
To Ex-Wife Brings
Man Into Court
A manlwho was called into
the U. S. District Court today
for failure to make mainten maintenance
ance maintenance payments for his children,
found out, to his dismay, that
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe' has ex excellent
cellent excellent vision.
The. defendant. Josenh A. So-
beranis, an employe at Corozal
Hospital today presepteoVa se
ries of receipts om April
through November which he
Said proved he had made pay payments
ments payments for the support of his
cKnafen.
The Ju-'ge looked closely at
the receipts and found they
were pati in 1955, not last
year.
He then cautioned Sobeianis
that if payments lapse i again,
he would be sent to jail.
Scueranis, who divorced his
first v.ift, Cynthia, has remar remarried.
ried. remarried. He told the Judgj today
he has three small children by
his second wife.
The Panamanian defendant
.said hr earned $56 every 15
days. last year he wai -rder-ed
to pay $12;50 out of his pay
twice a month towards the
support of his other children.
He fell into arrears In the a-
mount of J129J0.
The Judge today ordered him
to pay a total of $15 each 15
daya to his first wife in order
that he might, in time, make
-up the money due,
nounced that Presley and 19 oth-
Ilier recruits will leave Frirtnv for
Fort Hood, in central Texas, to
take their basic training.
Mace told a news conference
that Presley's induction was
"unique."
"I feel the Army has shown
that it is trying to make an or
dinary soldier out of Mr, Presley,
the same as all the other fine
young men who are with us. and
that he has been afforded no sue
cial privileges," the general said
"I believe Presley should make
s tremendous snccesj of his Ar
my operation. At least in my
' in a marvelous manner.
opinion, he has conducted himself

n mio nainr nrnii

K

Now
Posts
the Supreml Soviet after Bui-
' TF mmw
observers. The names of Fro!
Romanovich Kozlov and Alexel
Irrarionovich Klrlchenko had
been mentioned for the job.
There was no indication
whether Khrushchev might put
the nominal party leadership
into the hands of a protege.
there had been specula-
first significant
occupant of the two lobs
since Stalin held them from
1941 until his death in March
1953.
When Stalin died Georgi Ma Ma-lenkov
lenkov Ma-lenkov nominally held both
posts for a few days March
5 to March 14, 1953. But he quit
the party leadership on th
day the supreme Soviet con confirmed
firmed confirmed his appointment t6 the
post of premier.
Bid Of $618,460
Seems Low On ROTC
Unit Auditorium
An apparent tow base bjd of
$618,460 was entered by the
Isthmian, Constructors, Inc. on
the construction of mqaern
headquarters for the Balboa
Unit of the Reserve Officers
Training Corns and a como)ee como)ee-ly
ly como)ee-ly air-conditioned activities
building and auditorium.
Bids were ooened yesterday
afternoon in the Board Room
of the Administration Buildr
intr.
Only two other contractors
made offers on the project.
They were Bildon. inc., with a
base bid of $628,780 and Fra Fra-morco.
morco. Fra-morco. S.A. with a base bid of
$639,095 on the two buildings.
In Addition to the base bids,
the three contractors made
other offers which Included a
number of alternates.
A thorough studv of all bid
Rnd alternates submitted will
be made, lt. was announcer by
Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr.,
Engineering and Construction
Director, and a decision wi'l be
announced by the close of the
dav's business tomorrow.
The new ROTC building, to
be adjacent to the nresent
H!?h School building, will con consist
sist consist mainly of two classrooms,
and an air conditioned audio audiovisual
visual audiovisual room for ROTC instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. The auditorium and ac activities
tivities activities building will be con constructed,
structed, constructed, on the site of trie nre nresent
sent nresent ROTC buildine and will be
used for comntunity activities
as well as school functions.
Walter Rossi
Dies Of Cancer
In Gorgas Hasp.
Walter Rossi, .an American sales
man in, Panama City died of can
cer today in Gorgas Hospital.
Mr, Rossi, a native of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, was 49 years old. He arriv arrived
ed arrived on the Isthmus 14 years ago,
and has held several, positions
with firms in Panama since.
He was a resident of Rio Aba Aba-jo.
jo. Aba-jo.
Mr. Rossi entered Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital on March 13. Previous
ly he had received treatment at
Santo Tomas.
Local funeral arrangements aft
being made for the burial.



page two

THE PANAMA AMERICA. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1951

i

THE PANAMA

me e Mumt mr thk Panama MmetN

WW

Wnmt NMON WOUNaiVKki. m
HAMMOOIO AMU, CMTO
07. M aYMTT O BOX 134 PANAMA or r
Tumom t-OT40 B Uweer" t

Cam.i acbwmi panamumcan. Panama
.Gate it it ciNTWAi Avenue MTwim rw am istw Hiiti
NMMM RtPMMNTATtvM. JOSHUA 8 POWtft. INC
S4S MADIAOM AVC NSW VOMC l7 N T
LACAL IV tl
Nr Mm m abvamsa I TO t BO

KM Ml MOMJTMA IN
T N vtAM 11 aDVAMCB

TMH ft'TOt fOAOM THt MAPI'S OWN 4B0fcUMN

1
Ltftr t
it an a 1
i BjffaifMv
ma toruMi
i li-a a letter den t

eat aty. Lcttan art publithre in tha order reeeWeeV
Msbm try M keep tha lattan limited to an aaa lent
Idantttr ot lotto wHtert it hW in ttrietett -erif iaence
Tbia newspaper mumti na responsibilihr Hr ttatementt ar oplnlom
expressed in letter from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

Sir:

I would like to thank Woodie Post for his comprehensive,
well-written letter concerning little league baseball, i was not
. aware that some of those situations existed, and am grateful to
Mr. post for pointing them out to all of us7
1 It was particularly gratifying that he took the time to write

that long letter to the Mail Box

. CAUV, X BUI OU1C 11WUJ paiClHO, IIOC UIJTOCM, WCiC giCatlJT
enlightened after reading it.
, I also hope that some of the coaches on the teams read his
letter. It seems to me that If some of the rules set forth by Mr.
Post were abided by, there would be no gripes at all. Our kids
would be playing the required number of games. Perhaps after
this rule was pointed out, it will be fresh in the minds of some
of the coaches who have permitted youngster's to "warm the
! benches" for game after game.
Baseball Mom

Sir:

As manager of a Little League team I am truly sorry that

"Baseball Mom's" Mail Box. March 14 son has to sit on the

bench. As she seldom sees him

out and watch the practice sessions. Perhaps tnen she win
understand why her boy does not play in all the games.

True, one of the main objects

play and sportsmanship, but it is also supposed to teach baseball
Only nine boys can play at a time, and all the boys want to win.
; Little League Manager

WHAT HAVE YOU
Sir:

Many months have passed since Sputnik I and II and the
individual members of our democracies are becoming dangerously
complacent again.
The terrible responsibility of Democracy's leaders is that

their sense of freedom be not allowed to become a sense of las lassitude
situde lassitude and acceptance. The price of freedom is eternal vigilance
plus the advancement of knowledge In all fields.
It takes no courage at all to belong to the large, static

conservative group, honoring our ancestors. But progress requires
questioning, restless, reasoning minds. And progress is greatest

when this type of mind meets,
ideas.
Do you have the courage of
sjiv mav be true but the test of
What have you done lately to

and justice under democracy and to surpass tne enorts oi your
regimented counterpart in Red China and Europe?

A DAY AIJ
"t. . j i
aooay is a nice dav to Pull
icAvca aim Diner irasn lirnss
1 But first'hefore you start on

wour yard a little you had better find the Dry Trash Can if

possible, to despose the mess in.

iuu aireaay as me aay Deiore it was not completely emptied.
If you call the engineer and ask were to get a Dry Trash
flan, they just pass the buck around. The day is over nothing

opnoexcept can one telephone

ioe rniy na ora oarreis xnat can oe used for Dry Trash Barrels.
No Can Do
I TEENAGERS
siA
1
'Teenagers have some good ideas and viewpoints on different
subjects, and some are worth a great deal. The Teeners don't
think that their word is always correct. They make mistakes
like lany other human beings. Some Teeners are more capable
than, some adults; others are not.
The Teenagers are the future builders of mankind. The
Teeners of today are the leaders of tomorrow. It's un to the a a-dults
dults a-dults to see that their offspring get the best out of their educa education
tion education and go .into a promising career. We live in a great land of
freedom and opportunity.
The Teenagers can be responsible humans If they were on only
ly only given a chance to prove that they tod can Wave a responsibili responsibility.
ty. responsibility. I am sure that there would be less delinquency if the Teen?
would have active doings after school whether it be a part-time
Job or an extra-curricular sport. It Would be quite worthwhile If
the Teenagers were kept busy in a worthwhile project.
A Teener from Santa Claus Lane

CREDIT UNIONS
Sir:

I'm sure he'll be horrified to hear it, but the protest Foreign
Minister Aquillno Boyd was conned into making about the Canal
Zone Credit Union is as nimble a step towards Communism as
has lately 'been taken on the Isthmus. Not .Communism In the
half-baked sense of Union 8quare oratory, nor the phony Com Com-munisjn
munisjn Com-munisjn which Latin American strongmen undertake to combat
if given a big enough handout of United States guns to keep
their countrymen away from the ballot boxes. The type of com communism
munism communism which Boyd encouraged is that which stems fromthe
despair of people who feel they haven't got a chance of savoring
the comforts of life except by grabbing tffctri at bayonet-jwint.
This description does not cover the US Raters who are mem members
bers members jof the Canal Zone Credit Union. They have the nickel atm
the knowhow to sort out their own salvation, protests or no pro-

rcsi3 irum oujru.

But what are the Local Raters to think when their own for for-minister
minister for-minister demands that they be thrown to the loan sharks?

eigil

Torn
at in

. their own credit unions the
inimum rates. With these

sea

Ie which at the same time lifts their own standard of living,
ouickens the streams of trade in Panama. Boyd would ap

am

parently toss then to the usurers who -chaijfe rates of interest
sol extortionate as to choke these streams of trade, and ensure

iar indefinitely depressed standard of living for the usurers'
Are these victims, in this day and agejgoing to sit still for
1 sfch treatment? Of course not. Yet when tie treatment is meted
iqbt to them by the leaders of their own jform of democracy,
i where are they going to turn? Where did the Russians turn when
1 the Romanovs were callously indifferent to the well being of the
'p&J-'iortunate classes?
' The Romanovs were politically myopic from, .birth, and this
iMftUed vision was further impeded by the bfinkers imposed on
Ythmn by the feudal oligarchy at court, f -W
f President Ernesto de la Ouardia Jr. .seems to me to taiw
(done as much, if not more, than any recent Panamanian presi presi-Jdent
Jdent presi-Jdent to bring about a more equitable and socially sound distri distri-I
I distri-I button of wealth in his country, it would be a pity, in my MMn MMn-r
r MMn-r Ion, fpr his efforts in this direction to be nullified by such spec spec-itacular,
itacular, spec-itacular, propaganda-packed concessions to the feudalists and
TMSurcrs as are implicit in Boyd's protest regarding the Credit
.Union.
1 In simple terms, Boyd has been maneuvered into demanding
that Panamanians who now are able to borrow money from
I Credit Unions at around one per cent per month, borrow it in instead
stead instead from loan sharks at 10 per cent per week.

is neither smart politics
ie but a Romanov would
! Of those Romanovs?

AMERICAN

0 13 00
i oo
-r
tot reaeert e The America
connaemiai
bt lmoti if II doatn't apat tha
explaining the conditions that
in a game, I suggest she come
of Little League is to teach fair
DONE LATELY?
exchanges ideas, encourages new
your convictions? What you

vour manhood is what do you do?

secure your heritage of- freedom
CrULICK
4 .....
weeds, trim an mr un mim
man nppns niir.t.iriw irtnHa inn it
such stuff as trvin to beantlfv
As the garbage can is half
number after the other. Surely
AND COMMUNISM
Local Raters can now get loans
loans they can purchase on a
nof enlightened government,
agree. By the way, what ever
,
One Percenter

Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTO RIESEL
Bavton. TJ. ?W?,iph is the real
jimmie Hoffa?"
Is he the suave diplomat at the
"sUnilJit" in urhanp rirploc n(
Washington and New Yora or the
wanora now racing through as
many of his regencies as hp ran
letting his hair and intentions
down at little-publicized local
meetings as oe pieuges to tnou tnou-sands
sands tnou-sands of cheesing lieutenants that
a vast offensive soon will he
launched against all comers?
In the East, where Hoffa is a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting trial in a New York Fed
eral Court on April 8 on cnarges
01 illegal wire-lapping, his state statements
ments statements are as Droiound and nol-
ished as the graduates of playing
fields of Eton. His slick publica
tions state that the time has
come "to put personal feelings a a-side
side a-side and cooperate with all those
who seek a better life."
But out here, as you wander
through some of the areas winch
have had his flying visits, you
near mat riona and ms aides are
settling up million dollar war
chests for new campaign some
he walks out of that federal
Court.
ff IS-..
Up in Toledo, for example. Hof-
fa'a genial trouble-shooter, one of
the hard-boiled egghead cabinet,
has a hard-riding local of Team
sters. His name is Larry Stein
berg. Steinberg's culture is as
broad as his back. He's the new
type Teamster official on whom
Hoffa. now leans more heavily m
this mind-over-muscle era. About
a mpnth ago, Steinberg summon
ed some 500 of hts local's stew stewards
ards stewards to "meet Jim Hoffa" in the
ballroom of the Hotel Commodore!
Perry.
' t -if i
They're still talking about the
ipeech Hoffa made there. And If
I weren't writing about the
Toamstor high command, I'd say
that Jimmie gave them on of
those damn-the-torpedoes, full full-speed
speed full-speed ahead talks which
shouldn't be lost to posterity.
"I question strongly whether
there ar any Unas of jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction wherever there are unorga unorganized
nized unorganized workers," he shouted.
"Are we going to stand by and
let them give us mimeorgraphed
orders as to how many we can
organize? If we are to operate
outside the AFL, I say there should
be no limits as to where we orca
nize. The first duty is to organize
the workers and then we'll sit
down' and discuss the question of
whetAer they are in it riant u-
nioa or not.' j 4
And where did Brother Hoffa
tell the boys he would organize?
"The Teamsters will try to or
ganize every place a truck pulls
into or backs out of.
The onlv other wider ioxisdiction
is the one claimed by a labor chief
who said everything produced un
der electric lights was his.
The Teamsters have no desire
for a labor war,' Hoffa asserted.
But those who are seeking to de
stroy us must expect from us the
same kind of treatment they have
been giving us and no holds bar
red.'"
This was tough talk even from
Hoffa, who isn't known for his Bi Biblical
blical Biblical sallies. But that was only
part of his hostility. At a larger
gathering, at a banquet at the end
of the conference. Teamster Secre
tary-treasurer, John English, roar
ed that he. "has a complete list of
those who voted for and those
who voted against" the Teeemiars
at the AFL-CIO convention where
the union was ousted from the
national federation.
The list will be used, English
warned. Apparently there will be
ample opportunity for its use. Hof Hof-fa's
fa's Hof-fa's people have a way of using
regional organizations for experi experimental
mental experimental projects---and the Toledo
local has a million-dollar mecha'
nism which would be mighty han handy
dy handy in future strikes.
This is the first such strl,ke
fund of its kind. The million dol
lars will be raised out of special
dues money to cover the local's
8,000 members. Once, the fund hits
the million mark, "any member
involved in a strike or other la labor
bor labor dispute will receive an a a-mount
mount a-mount that will brtrig his weekly
income to $50 a week until hfi
inh ic -WaI-AtI."
J""
This means that any local mem
her who loses a job not only on a
picket line, but in a clash with
other unions during some future
battle, can count on at least a $50
weekly check, for years, if neces-
aarv.
Hoffa and his aides don't sound
nearly as pacific out here as they
do amid Washington's marble
halls.
Tit..

11 XI

1

Modern

Walter Winchell I

THE HEADLINERS
It's Rodgers-Hamnierstein Week
on Broadway. The movie version
of numerous enchanted evenings,
"South Pacific," is beguiling au audiences
diences audiences and "Oklahoma!" had a
happy revival... The saga of R
nd He as inaugurated as a re result
sult result of inexplicable circumstances
and had momentous consequences.
Call it fate, destiny, luck or coin coincidence.
cidence. coincidence. Some years-ago, a writ writer
er writer approached Theatre Guild oJi oJi-cials
cials oJi-cials with the idea of transform transforming
ing transforming Lynn Riggs' comedy, "Green
Grow the Lilacs," into a musical.
Strangely, they had already dis discussed
cussed discussed such an adaptation with
a composer. The writer-composer
team was., formed and rtodgers rtodgers-Hammerstein
Hammerstein rtodgers-Hammerstein created "Oklahoma.
Happiness, that merry ghost, is
a grand and elfisiv thing, Loretta
Young's marriage crackup has
made unhappy headlines. Recent
ly, while discussing her jxcellent
tv series, Miss Young said: "I
always hope that maybe we, in
some smalt, minute way, are help helping
ing helping even one person lind an answ answer
er answer to his problem."
Ironically, Miss Young was un
able to lind an answer to hers.
The co.umn hopes 'that the ru
mors (as We cha-cha to press) a-
bout the Greg Bautzers (Dana
Wynter) are phonus-bolonus. But
we are afraid they are hot. .Too
iBad. Nice People.
Leslie Caron's performance in
! the soon-due "Gigi" movie is get
ting a wow buildup from pie pie-viewers.
viewers. pie-viewers. Miss Caron is now a Satr.
...She arrived in Hollywood several
years ago with a cloth' suitcase
held together with a rope. The stu studio
dio studio registered her at a swanky ho hotel,
tel, hotel, but she moved out after one
night and ended up in a-W-bed-room
apartment ov.. a garage.
The first day on the set Miss Ca Caron
ron Caron appeared with a strange hair hair-doodle.
doodle. hair-doodle. It seems she cut her own
tresses using a bowl.
Clark Gable is mischief-making
in tho "Teacher's Pot" mo movie.
vie. movie. Ho portrays a newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman at ho did in hit all-time
danler, "It Happened One
Night." Incidentally, when Frank
Capra catt Gable as a comedian
on Ihon, instead of his cuttorm
ary solemn romantic role the
calamity howlers forecast tho
ruin Of Capra and Gable... Early
in hit career, the ttar wat drop dropped
ped dropped by a ttudio after tho ttudio't
Big Brats came to the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion that he lacked tex appeal.
. .Moral: Sucoitt comet to
those who refuuse to succumb
to failure.
Betty Hutton has reconciled with
her groom and her career is
zooming again. Betty is aware
that personal and professional suc success
cess success require perseverance as well
as the embrace of that everlovin'
doll: Lady Luck... She began sing singing
ing singing on the street corners in Bat Battle
tle Battle Creek, Michigan. When she was
a 14-year-old pert little bundle of
zing, she urged her mother to take
her to New York. After making
the endless, discouraging rounds
of booking agencies, mother and
daughter returned home... She se secured
cured secured a singing job with an or orchestra
chestra orchestra in a Jocal hotel. Fortuna Fortunately,
tely, Fortunately, the first night she sang Vinc Vincent
ent Vincent Lopez happened to be dinning
there. He offered her a job with
his crew. That was the springboard
to StardustviUe.
Maybe Lauren and Frankie will
and maybe they won't. Both de deserve
serve deserve happiness, of course. Miss
Bacall recently confessed: "I love
children. I think I'll have some
more. Guess I better get married
first. Ring-a-ding-ding. My son,
he's a gasser. My daughter, when
she's around men, she swings her
hips. What instinct! I've forgetten
it mysel'. Guess I'll have to bor borrow
row borrow some of it from her."
Curiously, Lauren it eager to
wed for the sake of having more
children and Frankie is reluct reluctantfor
antfor reluctantfor fear of the effect on his

Man Jekyll and

,t BjWF jaJJlgglMlMJpJ iBBHaKraYlBCaaaBBBMaH

n
Trace th origin of success
and you ar constantly fascinat fascinated
ed fascinated by th strong turns, th a.n a.n-tastie
tastie a.n-tastie twist, th incredible vo volution
lution volution of Stardust... Danny Kayo,
who is now ectting th sharpest
kayepers in "Merry Andrew,"
cicled tht vaude circuit for many
years. Ho paiyod in London and
Japan without attracting much
notice. One evening, ho was
strolling in Broadway and met
Sylvia Fine and Max Liobman
who wore planning a revue.
That Was the turning point... He
not orily married Sylvia, but th
good notices in the revue rocket
ed hit career. When he was des described
cribed described as "an overnight sensa sensation,"
tion," sensation," Danny groaned: "What no
one seems to realize is that for
twelve vars I olaved varw
whistle stop in America and beat
my grains out all eyir the
4 ij
Prancoiw Sagan, the 22-year-old
French novelist queen, has marri married
ed married her publisher. For Someone so
young, she has a deep insight into
the most mysterious emotion. Her
books about love not only made
her famous-ibut helped her gairr
a groom. Mie once pointed out:
"True love requires intelligence
and comprehension. So many times
a girl will accept security or sim
-minute
Picture-in-a-
j seauttrai
finished pictures yours
to see, to show, to enjoy
in Just 60 seconds.
You'll never miss a pic picture
ture picture because you see
results right away. If a
shot's not perfect, you
can snap it again before
it's to late.
And the Polaroid Camera
is so easy to use! Easy
drop-lh loading. No tanks,
liquids, or fuss. Come In
today A and see the
world's only 60-second
camera In action.
ON SALE IT
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Distributor for Panama
and canal Zone
Camera Store
Hotel Panama-Hilton
News stand
Tocumen Airport
In colon
Castillo, Jewerty store,
Front Street
All Clubhouses In tht
Canal Zone
Guabito, Bocae del Toro
ALFONSO MALCA

m w 1 -Aa-eer

Hyde

NtA Service. Ia.
New York
pie adventure. My greatest am ambition
bition ambition is to live well with some
body. It is a most difficult thing
to do." Miss Sagan knows that a
woman s greatest success is to
succeed as a woman.
In Commonweal magazine. Gun
nar D. Kumlien (who visited the
Soviet Union) reports a conversa-
tion with a depressed Russian citi
zen who told him- two 9N in
zen who told him: "There are in
numerable unemployed in the U.
S.S.R., but we are not officially
recognized. We can only hope to
eke out a living on all sorts of
odd and miserably paid jobs."
The Satevepost comments: "In
Russia,. there is no unemployment
just men out of work" By the
way, unemployment insurance
gives a jobless American more
than a Russian worker earns.
History is the conjposiiejof count
less biographies. And no biogra biography
phy biography has had "a greater impact on
history thin Sir Winston Chur Churchill's.
chill's. Churchill's. His just-published "The
Great Democracies," a wise and
provocative book, has a profound
sense of history. In this age' of
despair and, cynicism, it is well
to remember his hopeful nelu-
sion
sion: -me future is unknowable,
but the past should give us hope."
Prlncett Grace is now starring
in "The Story of a Happy Moth Mother.
er. Mother. Curiously, motherhood play played
ed played a 'major in her life long
Deiore sne met the Prince.. Jen Jennifer
nifer Jennifer Jones was originally assian
prl in tha In a rlin rt famm. a1a 4m
The country Girl" flicker. In
advent. of a blessed event ramrwl
led her to forsake it.' The producer
than sought to borrow Miss Kelly
from MGM but the studio was
reluctant to make the deal. Where Whereupon
upon Whereupon Miss Kelly threatened to quit
the movie business unless she re received
ceived received permission to appear in
"The Country Girl." From that
acting triumph emerged a star
who gained an Academy Award
and the wide fame which resulted
in her marriage to the Prince. Now
she has something more important
than Oscar. She has Caroline and
Albert. Truly, a happy ending.
At vi reach our own Sunset
Years we brood whenever one
of the boys or girls we grew up
with (or Went to school with or
knew) is Called... .The most rec
ent to Go is James Sauter... Mr,
and Mrs. United States have pro
bably never heard of James Saut Sauter
er Sauter but Mr. and Mrs. Show Busi Business
ness Business knew hrm... Jimmy was a
fellow who never sought publicity
of any kind, but was always round rounding
ing rounding up performers to entertain
your sons, fathers, uncles and
brothers when they were in uni uniform
form uniform overseas... This is a better
world because men like James S
er lived and did good.
2000 up to the minute rooms
Sensible Rates Include
Television t Air Conditioninf
tAlf
at Wast NEW YORK
ON TIMES JJE T "
Atarax: HOTEITAFT

merry
Washington, Here are tome
contrasts regarding the collection
of taxes from the A m e r i c a n
people.
contrast No. 1 Two Internal
Revenue agents called at the
tiny watch repair shop of I. Hall,
at 807 11th St., NW, in Washing
ton. They started to atlach his
automobile in order to satisfy an
income tax claim of $68.
Hall has been partly paralysed
since 1938 lies on a reclining
cnarr wnicn snaes unaer ms wore,
bench as he repairs watches. Aft
er he became paralyzed, D.C. voc
atkmal rehabilitation officials
declared his case hopeless and re refused
fused refused to give him technical train training.
ing. training.
Despite this, he managed to stu
dy .watchmaking, now has a tiny
shop, a wife, and a nine-year-old
boy.
Last May he' owed $200 on his
1956 income tax, got a bank loan
to cover it, but still owed $68 on
his 1955 tax.
Treasury agents first tried to
attach his bank account but founo
it contained only $20. Then two
agents called to attach his 1 car
om which he still owed $1,700.
He told the tax agents that with
out a car he couldn't get 0 work.
If hey wanted to put him out of
business he would become a com
plete charge on other taxpayers
Finally a friend, John Bedsworth
happened into the shop, asked
what was going on, and wrote a
check to pay Hall's taxes.
Interesting fact is that the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury would use the time to two
tax agents to collect $68,
Conrracst No. 2 Senators arriv
ed on the Senate floor in dinner
jackets for a night session recent recently
ly recently to vote on a $124,000,000 tax
concession to the big insurance
companies.
The date was March 14. If they
did not vote that night the insur insurance
ance insurance companies would have pay
taxes under the regular itax law
passed by Congress in 1942, and
the same Treasury that sent two
agents to collect $68 from Halt
the watchmaker, for his back
taxes had recommended that
companies of their back taxes for
1957. 1
L '"""we'h raV,..V
1 Johnson, who has been urgin
Furthermore, Sen. Lyndon
special economic action to rem
edy the business slump, had c
led two night sessions to make
sure the insurance companies got
their tax concession passed.
Night sessions of the Senate are
unusual at this time of year. The
Senate has taken a leisurely
course all winter, will soon go into
Easter recess.
IBut to pass the insurance com
pany 1 retroactive tax bonanza,
Johnson called two night sessions,
summoned Senators away from
dinner to vote.
WORTHY SEN. GORE
"The United States is meeting
in a night session on the nigh
before due date for payment,'
reminded Sen. Albert Gore of
Tennessee. "A tax reduction th'
is retroactive I submit is a very
questionable procedure.
"The taxes are owed" he
continued, "and have been owed
since Jan. 1. They are fully ac accrued
crued accrued and the due date is tomor
now. Yet we are summoned in
special night session to vote them
retjiictive tax forgiveness.
Gore went on to point out that
. c t 'r' X 1 ;rr
IC9 H0U UCCU 0J VY111LCI1 mot in
years 1947 and 1948 they paid no
taxes whatsoever.
Yet for several years the msb
ranee companies had asked tr
have the reeular 1942 law susoend
ed. Gore pointed out that the 1942
Jaw primarily taxed income from
investment, not the premiums
policyholders, and he went on to
show tne tremendous wealth are
Cumulated by the 10 big insurance
companies.
Are the Senators aware, he
asked, referring to Metropolis

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
- Criitobal
KHIBUERAS MArch
YAOtE April 5
T,T" Awll 12
HIBUERAS April 19
rtjrd 2b"
ULUA ......May 8
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New Orleans Service c,
"METAPAN" March 31
"PARISMINA" April 1
rni"pn ; AnrM 14
f RA BERLANGA J. '. '. '. i . 1 . . . . . ". '. '. '. '. '. April 21
, t... wv, k- .j . .1A11 J&tf
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans. Los Angeles, San Francisco
' and Seattle.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES PROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.00
To Lob Angeles and Saa Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles ......... $270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00

TELEPHONES:
242V PANAMA

CRISTOBAL

"Washington!

go -Round
f Alio
Lite, "that one insurance com
pany has assets equal to those ot
General Motors, the Ford Motor
Company, and U.S. Steel all adu adu-ed
ed adu-ed together?.
"We always hear about the
widow who has a policy. The pre president
sident president of one company draws a
salary of $134,5W," said Gore,
referring to L. W. Dawson, pres president
ident president of Mutual Life of New York.
"I suppose that is approved by
the widows who hold policies. Th
10 largest insurance companies
have total assets of mere than
$62 billion. Oh, the miracle of
compund interest!"
NO INSURANCE DEMOCRACY
Gore showed that these 10 com companies
panies companies would get a ta benefit of
$81,4000,000 underibe law which
Johnson was holding night ses sessions
sions sessions to pass.
Metropolitan Life, with a net
income from investment last
year of $508,244,047, would be for forgiven
given forgiven $20,000,000 in taxes.
"It is said 11 the policyholders
run the mutual insurance compan
ies," Gore continued. "But al-'
though Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York has a mil million
lion million and a half policies outstand outstanding,
ing, outstanding, how many votes did its dire',
ors gfet? Each candidate got
exactly 136 votes by policyholders
present.
"This Is a democratically '. run
institution," continued the Sen
ators from Tennessee sarcastical sarcastically.
ly. sarcastically. "The miracle of compund in
terest na placed this concentra
tion of wealth and capital in the
nands of a few men.
"Why on the night before the
due date for taxes is the Senate
to do this?" Gore asked. "What
about the inequity of giving $81.
400,000 m tax forgiveness to 10
companies? Is that equity? Ia
that fariness? Who says so? On
what evidence"
Despite this plea, only 10 Sen Senators
ators Senators voted against the tax con concession.
cession. concession. Johnson, the Democratic
leader, was paired for the big
insurance companies. All the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans voted with him except
Smith and Payne of Maine, Laag Laager,
er, Laager, N. D., and Williams, Del.
The Democrats who voted with
the insurance companies includ included:
ed: included: Byrd, Va., Eastland and Sten Sten-nis,
nis, Sten-nis, Miss., Ervin and Scott, N.C.,
Fullbright and McClellan, Ark.,
Kennedy, Mass., Kerr, Okla., Jen Jennings
nings Jennings and Symington, Mo., Hill
and Sparkman, Ala., Frear, Del.,
Johnston, S.C. Magnuson, Wash..
Mansfield, Mont., Long. La., and
Smathers, Fla.
The name marionette comes
i from Italy. During early Ital Ital-i
i Ital-i i a n Christmas celebrations,
1 small nativity figures including
the Christ Child and the Moth Mother
er Mother Mary, were made to move
by strings. These puppets were
called Marionettes, or little
Marys. Now the term, changed
to the French word marionette,
is used for all puppets animat animated
ed animated by strings from above'
Brltannlca Jr. Encyclopedia
1
2-2904



THURSDAY, MARCH 2T, 1951

TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

PAGE

v t

ssk v .W. L .Mfltt-.

v numapiTT. v 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i i -m. dm a r 1 mm

THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ONLY

f7S SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN

Liti'J ffi o icfik 11 4 Bat.

MIA'.' SAMUEL J5. AHUMkoUlV icenwrj, muuuunij ihwci ''
taUon, Fort Davis, receives his first oak leaf from Col. Gines Peres, Army Atlantic commander, as
Mrs. Anderson watches. The presentation was made at a party In honor of the major's

promotion from captain. iu.b,' army rnpw;

J-

Lower Prices Better Than Tax Cut,
Some Government Economists Feel

WASHINGTON (tfP)-Some key
government economists believe
lower prkes would give the econ economy
omy economy a stronger shot-in-the arm
than a tax cut.
Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon also feels a "buyers' market,"
brought about by price cuts, is
necessary to reopen the road to
recovery.
This new approach by persons
in or close to the administration
doe' not rule out a tax cut. Some
top administration financial and
political advisers regard a tax cut
as inevitable this year. Their only
question is when and what kind.
' But one official who plays a
prominent role in shaping govern govern-'
' govern-' ment economic policy called
prices "the key to the recession."
"They've got to come; down down-tax
tax down-tax cut or no tax cut," he told
the United Press.
These economists Jiave no pat
' answer to the question of how to
: bring prices down. The govrn govrn-1
1 govrn-1 ment's cost-of-living index hit an another
other another record high last month,
i Some prominent business fie

tires, who agree prices should

iMIHImlrT &!

come down, likewise seem to
have little answer other than to
suggest some sort of "understand "understanding"
ing" "understanding" between labor and manage management
ment management to avoid another inflation inflationary
ary inflationary spiral.
Nixon believes all levels of bus business
iness business must engage in a big sell selling
ing selling program, lowering prices and
competing for the consumer's dol dollar.
lar. dollar. He thinks labor should help
management in this program by
taking it easy on wage demands.
The vie president admits there
is a limn to how low sellers Can
cut prices. He does not take the
position there should be no wage
increases this year, but contends
these should be related to in increased
creased increased productivity lest the re result
sult result be more inflation.

government economists backing

a price-cutting campaign argue
that consumers have money to

spend and just won't do it because

of recession-born timidity. They
point to income figures showing
total U.S. income last month was

actually 'higher than at th same
time a year ago. 7

William A. McWrthel!'. St. Louis

banket1 and indothing preldent of
the U.S.i Chamber of Commerce,
has stated his firm belief tfiat the

current recession will not be
cured by the government but "in

the market place" and that lower

prices are vitally necssary to
lure buyers intb the market place.

une government official traced

an object lesson in the recent ac

tion by General Electric in taking

its appliances out of the fixed

price or iair iraae ciassitica

tion. The result was a sudden up

surge m retau sales of UK appli appliances
ances appliances as stores in fair traifo

states cut prices to appeal to con

sumers.

Another economist, nnintinir tn

it.- . s r

me sagging mantel tor new cars,

rvDVUnwir a

A vuuuinyn x A11U a UWIUU1CI1U-

ing letter from the Deputy Com

manding General of U.S. Army

Caribbean, Brig. Gen. Milton L.
Ogden, climaxed 16 years of loyal
and exemplary service for Daniel
W. Caffrey, who retired from the
USARCARIB Engineers Division
last week. Cffrey first came to

the Canal Zone 17 years ago and
went to work for the Engineers
la shert time later at Fort Davis.
In spite of the shifting around
of engineer personnel here in the
iCZ, Caffrey remained on the job
fin the electrical section at Fort
Davis for the next 16 years and
retired as foreman of the section.
Ogden, in his letter; joined
personnel of' the division ih
i extending best wishes for conl

tinued success in any future

endeavor Caffrey might under

take. He left aboard an Army
transport Sunday, to join his

wife and son in Miami where

'they have been residing for the

past two years.
(U.S. Army Photo)

K AW m
LK. mm

RECALLED All Amini, Iran's
ambassador to the U.S., has
been recalled from Washington
for making unauthorized pro proposals
posals proposals for the distribution of
Mideastern oil profits. Amini
was quoted as saying that Mid Mideast
east Mideast oil income should be dis distributed
tributed distributed for development pur purposes
poses purposes in proportion to the size
of the countries concerned.

expressed belief that auto manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers faced with a backlog of

more than 900,000 unsold cars

may reduce prices in the' near future.

None of the federal officials

with whom the United Press
talked suggesetd a return to gov government
ernment government wage price controls.
They generally voiced hope busi business
ness business and labor will see-the logic
of improved trade via the route of

price, cuts.

Garment Trade Plug
Among 18 Convicted
In Narcotics Case

NEW YORK, March 27 fUP)-

uarry (Nig Rosen) Strombere,

former Philadelphia garment dis

trict strong-arm man, and 17

other persons were convicted by
a federal court jury today on

charges of belonging t a ring

that smuggled 20 million dollars

wunu ul unrcouts lino ine united

States. v
The 18 were charged sper fica

with conspiring to violate the nar

cotics law.
Stromberg was the alleged fi

nancial backer of the ring. His

alleged lieutenant, Henrj Teitlt

baum, and three former customs

inspectors also were convicted.
The jury of nine men and
three women reached the verdict
after deliberating 2V4 hours today.
One woman was among those
convicted. She was Mrs. Jane
Pierri, 29, New Milford, NJ.
Others convicted included George
Brisboii, 51. an Ottawa hotel own owner
er owner and alleged Canadian represen representative
tative representative of the ring ahd former customs-inspectors
Benjamin Danii,
49, Saul Snyder, 46, and Herman
Samnick, 45, all of New York.
Four of those found guilty were
In prison. They were JohnBucel JohnBucel-lr.
lr. JohnBucel-lr. 47. Allston, Mass., in Deer Is

land Prison: Jean Aron, 55, in

Atlanta Penitentiary ; Nathan
Jiehrman, 44, in Attica, N.Y.,
svVte prison, and Martin de Sa-velo,-
41, in Auburn, NY., state

prison,
The others convicted were Sal
vatore Maimone, 44; Anthony Mir

ra, 30; Nicholas Lessa, 36; Leo
Seto, 47; Steve Puco, 39; Daniel

Lessa, 40, and Frank: Fasqua, 29,
all of New York.
Maximum penalties could be
five years in prison and $10,000
in fines for the 18.

COLDSPOT

REFRIGERATOR

88

Very eonomical

K

'Big capacity

22.00

Guaranteed
rteg
wcW Modern squared, line, over
Spectacular low P-ed enameleB
U ft. shelf area. Hs easy
mterlor.4' hold, up to 26

I guarantee.

CONTRACT AWARDED
AKRON, Ohio, March 27 (UP) (UP)-Catalytic
Catalytic (UP)-Catalytic Construction Co., of
Philadelphia, has been awarded
the general contract for construc construction
tion construction of Goodyear Tire k Rubber
Co.'s new $9 million videne plant
t Annie Hrnve W. Va.. it was

announced today. Catalytic will be
responsible for engineering and
procurement of materials in addi addition
tion addition to plant construction.

KENMORE KEROSENE

RANGE

Down

20.00
Monthly
10.00

Now Kenmore has the style range
that you like best. Tall chimneys
and adjustable wicks. Big value for
this price, has 3 burners for cook cooking
ing cooking .and two separate for oven with
extra oil tank. Glass door on oven.
Compartment for pots and pans.
Beautiful easy to x clean enamel
finish.

tS
ft04-n; iot 00

fOown

Washi

IlOlir

auton,

is

lint

,.atr t2- tW

witj,
atic

free

this

C

'eal

,0vabJ

can

Lb.

e"amei

cloth

LUP to

Porcel;

ajn

es.

tini,

?r fi

sh

wash

tub.

blue

SEARS SERVICES WHAT IT SELLS
SPECIALIZED TECHNICIANS
INSTALL AND REPAIR ALL
SEARS APPLIANCES

KENMORE

GREAT DAY IN THE MORNING!

NEW INSTANT
BEECH-NUT
CbFFEE
NOW ON SALE IN ALL
COMMISSARIES

COLDSPOT
FREEZER
349.95

Down

35.00

, Monthly. 17.00

EXTRA CONVENIENCE,
ECONOMICAL STORAGE

10 cubic feet, 350 Lbs. capac

Exclusive cold-retaining wall

construction.

Crips modem styling, built ir

lock.
Porcelain enameled enterior,
blossom white finish.

WRINGER WASHER

88

.29

pown -( tfl

Montniy ...149.95)

"'1

Reg-

' this ecoAt

Buy no d up u
mlcal wMWr. Wastt

ol clothes, has V tock8
.5wlngs in W
' ' 'Wf

pOBIW ,aj

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR YOUR MONEY BACK
.OPEN FROM 8:30 to 12:00 and from 2:00 to 8:00

SEARS

PANAMA Tivoli Ave,,,-;, 2.Qm
LOS ANGELES Transisthmiau
Highway 3-I955
COLON Bolivar Ave 1137
.



"1

(AGE FOL'R
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 77, 1951

3

octal ana

tim tf dMMaummls, Wlarriaau, EirtL, Parli and jMiJ SkmU If

it

U rmJ if uLfko

MISS DARLENE WALKER ENGAGED
TO MBLTHOMAS WESLEY PASSMORE
ifFtJol. and Mrs. Robert H. Walker St Petersburg,
Fla., have announced the engagement of their daughter
Darlee to Thomas Wesley Passmore, son of Ms. John T.
Passmore of Plnehurst, Ga. "J-
MBss Walker, who was born m the CanarZone, is the
cranMaughter of Mrs! Lita Deakins a former Zone .resident
now flVing in St. Petersburg. She is a graduate of felberton
HighSfehooi. Elbetton. Ga., and is employed as a secretary
at StSAfithonys Hospital.
J. Passmore has just completed serving two and a half
yearsjairtth the Army in Germany.
' llkey will be jnarried on May 10.

Mrs. Vis Enttrtairrtd
At Tea This Afiurnoon
Mrs tkaiel Vasse,; wile of the
Ambassaio of France in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, entertained at a tea at the
Embassy residence this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Ricardo-J.- Alfaro was
guest cjf honor.
Italian Ambassador
Entertains At Dinner
The Ambassador of 'Italy in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Mario Mali will
be hosts at a dinner this evening
for a group of their friends at the
Embassy residence.
Local Film Executive
Entertains Art Reception
Mr. Mario Ghio, local manager
of Paramount Film, will be host
at reception this evening from
6-30 to 8:30 at the El Panama
ATTENTION
TEENAGERS
Sell ticket
TEENO BOOSTER DANCE
Call or see Mr. Meyes Slotkin
Tel. 2-3407, TENNO'
That sells most tickets will
be awarded a portable radio
& Record Player combination
So Let's go TEENO'S.
"SELL SELL TICKETS"

only 90 minutes away!

HI

See your travel Agent today to plan, to
spend any one of your honeymoons in
colorful, romantic Costa Rica.

ALL EXPENSES FIRST CLASS TOUR ON EASY

MONTHLY PAYMENTS... NO PASSPORT NEEDED.

W Includes:
0 Round trip
Q Reception
port.
. .0. Transfer to
m.

herwiSe

in

By Staffers $

or flnm'4741 2-0 7.4? Ltw.
Hilton. Hdnored guest wiH be Mr.
t tz r, I ' j I
of
the film corporation.
Guatemala Ambassador
Arrives For Visit
The Ambassador of Panama in
Guatemala Uumberto LeiBnadier
arrived on Tuesday fir a visit:
with his family.
Open House To Honor
Stateside Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Leor.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb -C
golf and.
Uements
will hold open house
ise tomorrow
tomorrow

evening from 8:00 until 10:30 ,1'!
the Clement residence, 253-B Ga-1 are invited.

tun. The partfwill honor Mr. and
mu nonor jyir. ana
R. Eg'olf; Mrs.
Mrs. Geon
Genree D. Foole. Mr. and 1Wis
Vivian Couse. of Scnenectady; N.
Y.: Mrs, Blanch Horine of
ing, Pa., and itr. Leon E. De-
Friends arnvjted to call dur-tJ
?, iL. -ll'l
4.
ing me evening.
Dancing At JWB
Sunday Evening
On Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m.
the USD-JWlfc Armed Forces serv service
ice service center vlrjll be the scene of a
gay orchestra dance. Besides the
of tempting refreshment, good
music and the. chance to spend
an evening among fiirerids the
special feature on the dance wfll
be mambo and ch aha lessons'
given during tip intermission.

.1 MONTHLY
plane passage Q First or tourist-class hotel
at El Coco Air- TJbjee complete' meal daily
; '' a nofjtl

hotel
TwfcSifer

See your Travel Agejjt special travel plons
for fomily vocotionittbtfrs within Costo Rica, etc

t, f i
' Cn ;ARE
&)sta Rica
only 90 minutes

CALL YOUR TRAVEL AGENT TODAY

Box

134,
Janarna
wwyfy It hox-utmlv Juan.
9:00 J 10 sm. mtf.
The military and their depend
ents are cordially invited to at
tend.
Linen Shower Honors
Bride To Bt
Mrs. Norma Lee of Cristobal
pntprtainerl at her home recently
with a linen shower honoring Miss
. w .-.. : II
ureia Mon. miss mon win man)
lister Combs on Amil 6.
Guests were Miss Mon s mower
Mrs. Margarita Mon, and M e s s-dames,
dames, s-dames, Thelma Mon, Anita Mon,'
v.i Rarria Dorthv Tom. Clarice
Archibold, Dorothy Tang. Angeli Angelica
ca Angelica Wong, Aurora Holloway and
the Misses Isabel Harris, Rose-
mari Lee, Velia Martinez, Arie Arie-ne
ne Arie-ne Lim, Elizabeth Wong, Helen
Wong, Alicia Menendez, Patricia
Choy and Joanne Tang.
Golf Tournament
For Elks Saturday
VIV I rwtop No. 1542 will hold
their annual golf tournament Sat
urday morning starting at 8:30 a,
m. at the Brazos' Brook Country
Club. There will prizes and Elks
..iik with luncheon following
1 1 1 1 1 n .. "... p. ; ..
k. tn.irnimpnt Admission Will
"SF r S.-:- rA
KLLS FO0R
SUDE K,LL5 POUK
.., t.t baith

T. V Math (UP)-A famiW
Read-I' MJ ?aS7nd ffi
f our w?f? ZTZLa landslide

landslide
buried their home in this village
25 miles north of itome toaay.
Police recovered the bodies of
Fiore De Felice, 30, his wife,
Edda. 26. their daughter Gabriel-
la. 4. and their 40-day old son,H
Ugo.
BACK TO WORK
HOUSTOft, March 27 (UP) -Some
440 furloughed employes of
A. O. Smith Corp. and Armco
C I 1 n CkUUM iti,iiD,f,n
were ordered to return to work
this week to fill new oil and gas
pipeline orders.
9
to El Coco Airport
7
OR BU"
away!
I.C.T.-36-2

VP.

Should Wife Back-Seat Drive?
Safety Commissioner Says Yes

DES MOINES, Iowa (UP)
State Safety Commissioner Rus Rus-,n
,n Rus-,n Dmum tndav the black-
r6bed high justices o Pennsylva
nia appear to do asuaenuK
"iront-seatism ... a state of mind
that causes hardening of the at attitudes."
titudes." attitudes." i
Brown himself is an ardent ad advocate
vocate advocate of "back-seatism" a phil philosophy
osophy philosophy which promotes highway
sa.ety by encouraging back-seat
driving wives to speak up before
their husbands run the' car into
an accident.
He rouses a national tempest
in the family car a year ago with
his tirst pronouncement of the
doctrine.
The Penn sylvanis Supreme
n.,,r wacn't pnnvinred It has
vuui --
handed down a decision which in
e fect tels the ladies to "shut
up."
Wife Should
The court ruled in connection
with a car-truck collision in Ches Chester
ter Chester County, on Jan. 24, 1954. Har Harry
ry Harry S. Cole, the driver, his wife
and a four-year-old son were in
jured.
Cole said a lower court ruled
against him on the ground Mrs.
Cole did not make her husband
stop the car as it approached the
truck on a snowy road. Mrs. Cole,
the lower court held, was guilty
of contributory negligence.
The Supreme Court reversed
the lower court ruling.
Justice Michael A. Musmanno
wrote the decision.
"If there is one thing that a
wife should do when her husband
is at the Wheel of an auto, it is
to do what Mrs. Cole did, and
that is to remain silent," it said.
, Musmanno said the authority of
thn hnehanri "halt nndprfnnp con
siderable shrinkage" in recent
years.
Less Than Absolut
"He is something less than an
absolute monarch. But the husband-father
is still king at the
wheel of his car."
"Granted," safety man Brown
dissented today. "But he's a con
stitutional monarch Dy virtue oi
the marriage contract. And that
means h is subject to advice
from the gallery."
"Much as I am in awe of a
body of Supreme Court jurists,
I'm afraid their remarks smack
of front seatism," Brown said.
"That's a state of mind that
causes h ar d e n i n g of the at attitudes."
titudes." attitudes." Bfown went on:
"A wife has more purpose In
a car than to bang her head
through the windshield if hubby
M aram as1 rltitrinc micf1a T'm
uinnvD a, uiiiuiQ iiiitvorvc J, ill
dead set against nagging in a car,

our Jog eats
AS WELL AS WE DO

I

- L
nourishing,..

but if a woman's only defense is
her tongue, I say she should use
it."
Brown said he's an "expert wit witness."
ness." witness." He's married.

Wisconsin (ops War
On Sadistic Vandals
At Kohler Homes
SHEBOYGAN-, Wis., March 27
(UP) Sheboygan County law
enforcement officers today brand brand-H
H brand-H t "sadistic" th new outbreak
of vandalism at homes of employ
es ana tormer woricers ai me
strike-bound Kohler Co.
They promised maximum jail
terms for vandals who hit at five
homes in three days. Officials
said the violence was sparked by
the Senate Rackets Committee
hearings into the four year old
strike of the united Auto worx
ers.
District Attorney David Weber
released a joint statement which
included po'ice Chie' Steem
Heimek, Sheriff Harold Kroll, po
lice Capt. Oakley Frank and po
lice Chief Henry Villman of 5he 5he-bovean
bovean 5he-bovean Fal's as signers. They
met last night to discuss
methods of handling the first
strike connected vandalism in
18 months.
They pleaded with citizens to
forward any information which
could possibly lead to the appre
hension of the people committing
these sadistic crimes, the state
ment said.
"It is the intention of the dis
trict attorney's office when these
cases are brought to trial that
the maximum term be meted out
by the court rather than a fine,"
the statement said, including no
concurrent sentences if one per
son is responsible.
Door and window panes in three
homes were broken Tuesday at
two homes of non striking Koh Kohler
ler Kohler employes and at the home of
a former employe. Last Saturday
night the front window of a Koh
ler employe was broken when ball
bearings were fired at it. An
other home also was hit that
night.
Weber Sad the believed the
Washington hearings had stirred
up the new acts of vandalism.
PURER
FINER
RICHER
For finest nourishment at low
cost, give your dog wholesome
Ken-L-Ration. Hell enjof
choice cuts of horse meat in inspected
spected inspected by the U.S. Government
to guarantee quality. These ten tender,
der, tender, juicy pieces of lean red
meat are tasty and wholesome.
Ken-L-Ration is a complete
foodYour dog need eat nothing
else.
Your dog's food should be as
tasty and nourishing as your
.own. So get thrifty, flavorful
Ken-L-Ration today!
RATI ON
.economical

i iinnmivufli a..

Each noHee fat inclusion in thu
column should bt lubmitttd in
type-written form and mailed to
tht boil numfctr listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivcrtd
kv hid to tht office. Notices o
meetings cannot bo accepted by
telephone.
Resorv Officers
Meet Saturday
"The Leo A. Mclntire Chanter
Refe" Officers' Association of
the United States will meet at
1:00 p.m. Saturday at the Quarry
Heights Officer's Club Canal
Zone. Chapter officers for the
coming yeor will be elected
candidates for department of officers
ficers officers will be selected, and deleg
ates to the department and na
tional conventions will be named.
All members and interested
Reserve Officers are urged to at attend.
tend. attend. Refreshment will be served.
Mrs. Roptr Cancels
Lectuitjs at USO-JWB
The lectures scheduled to be
given by Mrs. Harlin J. Roper at
the USO-JWB Monday ond Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening have been cancel cancelled
led cancelled due to the fact that Mrs. Rop Roper
er Roper has been called to Dallas, Tex.
These lectures were the last two
df a series of talks for women
only.
Retirees of N.A.ft.C.E. Chapter
38 are requested to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting which will be held at the An An-con
con An-con old post office building today
at 4 p.m.
Information will be given ouL
3 Firemen Killed
In Auto Agency
Fire In Chicago
CHICAGO, March 27 (UP)
Three firemen were railed ana at
least seven others injured today
when an explosioacaved in a roof
and buried them mder debris in
a five-alarm fire at an automobile
agency.
The victims were not immediate immediately
ly immediately identified.
Authorities said the dead and
injured fire fighters were spray spraying
ing spraying water on the front of the build building
ing building from a narrow sidewalk when
Mast, annarentlv from gasoline
in one of the cars, caved in the
roof.
The dead and injured were pull-
bH from the hurnine weckaepyhv
fellow fireinen and rushed to Jack-
son rufj 'nusjmai. t
Cause of the blaze, which broke
out early today at the South road
Lincoln-Mercury showroom; was
not' immediately determined Fire Firefighters
fighters Firefighters sard the agency, one of
the city's largest, was jammed
with new and used cars.
The blast occurred after fire firemen
men firemen had been battling the flames
for more than one-half hour.
Easy Way To Ki
Roaches And Arts
Scientists recommend that yon con.
trol roaches anil ants the modem
way with Johnston's NO-ROACH.
Brushed just where you want It
(table legs, cabinets, sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless coating kills
these pests. It's effective (or months,
sanitary, and easy to use.
i oi. 89c; pint 1.6 at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commis commissaries.
saries. commissaries. DIRECT
NON STOP
n
II
ommlalton
Service to
Via
GUEST
AIRWAYS
ONLY 6 HOURS
LOWEST FARES
Connections in
Mexico for alt
of North America
Consult Your
Travel Agent
GUEST AEROVIAS
MEXICO
Tels. 3-1057 & 3-1698

MEMO

ROCK-A-BYE PATIENT It's out oTthe nursery and into the
hospital lor the "iock-a-bye." At' least that's true for some
stomach ulcer patients who will receive a gentle rocking on j
this X-ray examination table designed by General Electric. For!;
some examinations of this disorder the pqtierrt fs rolled and
tilted in a variety, of positions. This allow'the radiologist to
see the barium, swallowed by the patient, as it qows'trOm one
partof the stomach to the other. Dr. 'Richard Schafzki, radiolo radiologist
gist radiologist of Brookline, Mass., writing in Your Radiologist magazine,
says, "gentle rocking of the patient will bring the proper amount
of coating over the area desired and leave the ulcer filled with
Taarium.

Humphrey Wants Nixon To Use
Influence On Farm Price Bill

WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) appealed to vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon today to
use his influence to get President
Eisenhower to sign the bill pro providing
viding providing 'or a one year freeze of
farm price supports.
He also told the Senate he had
sent the President a telegram
urging him to withhold his expect expected
ed expected veto of the measure. He said
Eisenhower could show "a deter determination
mination determination to use the powers of gov government
ernment government to check the economic
decline" by signin the bill.
Meantime. Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson told
the Senate he wanted to congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate Republican senators who
yesterday asked Eisenhower to
sign the bill. GOP Senators voted
17 toUTlt W$ ftfodle to
urge that the till be signed.
The President, wiio has crit crit-ioized
ioized crit-ioized "the bill as a "180 degree
turn in the wrong direction," re-1
fused to tell his news conference
today what action he would take
on the bill except that it would;
come soon.
However, an administration
source said yesterday thot a veto
message was being dfafted and
probably would be submitted to
Congress later this week.
Congressional farm bloc leaders
have conceded they cbuld not
muster the required two thirds
majority of the House and Sen Senate
ate Senate needed to override a veto.
However, Humphrey told the
Senate that everyone should
"stand up and be counted" and
that Nixon should give the public
"the benefit of his advice and
counsel" on the issue.
GET BOILER CONTRACT
NEW JfORK, March 27 (UP) (UP)-Babcock
Babcock (UP)-Babcock & Wilcox Co. has re received
ceived received a $2 mil ion contract from
Deroe Shipbuilding Co., Bay City,
Mich., to lurnisn eignt Doners ior
two guided mssile carrying Navy
destroyers.

New ARRID w.h PERSTOP
Stops Perspiration Stains and Odor!

Used daily, new Arrid with
Perstop is 1 Vi times as effective
s all leading deodorants tested.'
Arrid stops odor m contact and
iutps it away for 24 hours.
Non -staining -Arrid is ap approved
proved approved by the American Insti Institute
tute Institute of Laundering.
Don't be half safe.
Be completely safe.
Use ARRID
to be sure.
CirUr rnducU lwdmritBlr galfon.tM

New Way To
Wash Face
Blemishes Gone-BolySoft Skin Returns in 7 Days

'"

He said the vice president had
spoken ou: on tax policy, and other
questions and expressed hope that
the vice president would "encour
age" the Chief Executive tojig
the farm bill.

Humphrey also said the bill
represented "the first real test of
this administration's willingness to
curb the recession." He added
that a veto would be "an open
invitation to further-economic de deterioration
terioration deterioration and decline."
On the other hand, he said, the
President's signature on the
measure would give "belated but
effective assurance that the gov government
ernment government -is entitled to'halt the re recession."
cession." recession."
Sponsors of the Democratic
drafted bill contended it would
ut f aran Incalel" pro?
posed administration cuts in
dairy, wheat and feed grain sup supports.
ports. supports. Johnson, in congratulating GOP
Senators who urged the President
to sign the bill, said it would bo
"welcome news to the American
farmers that members of both
parties in Congress are willing to
come to their help."
He said the bill was "an issue
which should not be partisan" ber
cause when one segment of the
American economy suffers it af affects
fects affects all segments.
"The measure passed by this
Congress is not more than an act
of simple Justice," the Democrat-'
1c leader said, "It says only that
the powers Of this government
cannot be used to force the farm farmer's
er's farmer's income lower than it was
last yeari"
FIRM SHUTS DOWN
DETROIT, March 27 (UP)
The Great Lakes Steel Corp.' divi division
sion division of National Steel Corp. an
nounced it will shut down its steel
making operations for two to
three weeks beginning April 4,
The- division supplies steel to the
auto industry.

1
I'
J

Lather your fact a full minute morning and
night with marioloua Cuticura Soap. Apply
Cuticura Ointment at night. See exciting new
Softness, smoothness, freshness begin in 7
daysl Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away-and to speed relief get amazing new

greaseless Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during the day. And do try new Cuticura

Talcum with C-? Hexachlorophene).
CUTICURA



INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWS? API
page nn
Famed Jazzman
Tom Brown Dies
In New Orleans

FAN AM A AMERICA?

MAJ. JACK E. COMPTON. center, upon betas sworn into the Regular Army as a captain In

the Adjutant General Corps, receives the congratulations of Col. C. A. BeaU, adjutant general,
UJpBtfmy Caribbean. Compton, who is chief of the Military Personnel Division of AG, was
nominated by the Department of the Army under its augmentation program on list No. 5, which
was released In January. At the right is the major's wife, Maria. (U.S. Army Photo)

Brown, whose career added
"Jaai" tn tka nim. ,,1J. I.

. WU1HI3 re
gitimate vocabulary, died here to-

uj i urc age ih o.
Brown, i famed bass and
trombone player and leader of
Dixieland bands, entered a hospi hospital
tal hospital twn Hove tm iimJ..m

I -7- v uuiu( 11 UiH

wuuvaiai pneumonia.

BrOWII. Whn HI hnrn k.

WWII HCTC
Tnomas Philip Brown on June 3,
1888. was the first tn Wu th.

birthplace of jazz on the Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and introduce it in Chicaeo

in 1914 at Lamb'.- Cat Th n.

easement there ftf Prnnm onH Hi r

Dixieland troupe made history.

The music from New Orleans

Was a success and natrons lined

up outside the restaurant to hear
the "ragtime" from down the
Mississinni. It was in rkiasn

that Brown called the new sounds
'jazt," at first spelled "iass."

His success there caused rival
musicians to launch a whispering
camnaim. "Slav iav tmm

Brown's outfit," they said. 'What
they play is jazz music."

The word 'jazz" was intended

to brand the music as something

"mar, a 1,01 outrignt obscene.
But the public's aDoetite had al

ready been whetted and 1azz

swept the nation.

9 i

1st LT. GERALD D. DYER, left, a rotary wing aircraft, pilot
in support of the Inter American Geodetic Survey in Central and
South America,, is sworn into the Regular Army by Col. F. J. Tate,

director of IAGS, in a ceremony at IAGS Headquartters, Fort

Clayton. The 27-year-old lieutenant, named into the ranks of
the Regular Army by the Department of the Army under its
augmentation program, was commissioned a 1st Lieutenant in the
Transportation Corps. Dyer, a member of the 937th Engineer

Company (Avn) (IAGS) has been fn assistance oi geoaetic
survey parties at Barranquilla, Colombia for more than a year,
(C.S. Army Photo)

Attorneys To Ask New Trial
In Louisiana Cancer Suit

NEW ORLEANS (UP)- Attor
neys indicated today they will
seek a new trial at the earliest
possible date in a damage suit by
a woman who claimed cigarettes
causeil her husband's death from
lung cancer.
A hearing broke down on its
first day in U.S. district court
here Monday when it was re revealed
vealed revealed an investigator for the
plaintiff had hired a woman to
contact prospective jurors in the
case prior to the hearing. Judge
Herbert Christenberry ordered a
mistrial.
The civil damage suit was filed
three years ago by Mrs. Victoria
St. Pierre Partigue of Franklin,
La., claiming her husband's death
by lung and throat cancer wan
caused or hastened by heavy
smoking. She said he smoked two
Sacks of cigarettes a day from
899 to 1954.
She filed for $779,500 damages
against Liggett fcMyers Tobacco
Co., makers of King Bee tobacco
and Picayune Cigarettes and the
R. J. Reynolds Co., makers of
Camel cigarettes. She said her
husband smoked their products
almost exclusively.
The judge said communication
with the jury oould amount to
tampering, a serious federal of

fense. "I will leave no atone un-tseif.

turned to find the culprit," he

added.

Earl J. (Jimmy) Dominguez of

Baton Rouge, La., a former po

lice detective, took the witness
stand Monday and answered

questions after Christenberry
warned him his testimony might

be used against him. Dominguez

ueennea tne Finn Amendment.
The investigator said his sister

Mrs. Teresa Michelli of New Or

leans talked with the Brosoective

jurors and asked questions about
ii it. i I. t. ,

weir smoKing naDiis, uieir ages

ana information about then fam

ilies. The survey was made for

Loyola university of the South
he said.

"This has never happened in
the history of this court," Judge

unristennerry said, "it is a very
regrettable occurrence."

Dominguez denied under oath
that he knew his sister had ob obtained
tained obtained the information directly
from the jurors. He said he did
not advise her how to go about

getting tne information.

"I don't believe you." the iudee

said. "The story you tell is in

credible.
The trial ended after Christen

berry had carefully interrogated

some so memoers ot tne jury pan panel
el panel before finding 11 acceptable to

both sides in the case and to him

Weeks To Investigate Lumber
Used To Make Jap Plywood

WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)
Commerce Secretary Sinclair
Weeks said today he had heard
"rumors" that some Japanese

wood being sold in the United

ates was made from Russian

lumber.
Weeks promised the House

Wyaa arafl Means Committee be
would investigate the rumors. II

they prove to be true, he said,
"I don't approve of the practice.''
Weeks testified as the adminis

tration's final witness in support

of President Eisenhower's bill to

extend his tariff-cutting authority
under the reciprocal trade pro program
gram program for another five years.
Weeks supported Labor Secre Secretary
tary Secretary James P. Mitchell who told
the committee yesterday that any
failure to pass the bill would jeop jeopardize
ardize jeopardize job opportunities in this
country and prolong the business
slump.
Weeks said i flye-year exten extension
sion extension of the program would give
a "strong boost" to the economy.
Like 1 Mitchell, he said foreign
trade, pi oideri jobs' for more- than
4.500.000 American workers.
l!o added that the administra administra-tioa'h
tioa'h administra-tioa'h bill would, give "fresh as assurance
surance assurance of expanding opportuni

ties for business, agriculture and
transportation."
His, arguments on this point
were promptly challenged by Rep.
Richard, M. Simpson (R-Pa. a
foe of the legislation. Simpson
claimed the 24-year-old program
had thr.own Americans out of
work and said the administration
wanted "more of the same."
Sjmp'son produced a statement
bv Reb. Russell V Mark n.

Wash.) that he had information

tnat tne Japanese were using Rus Russian
sian Russian logs in the manufacture of
plywood sold m the United States.
Besides hurting the lumber in industry
dustry industry of the Psoifie Nnrthuraot

Mack said, American buyers of

tne piywooa are "indirectly trad trading
ing trading with Russia."
"Is it any wonder," Simpson
asked, "that members of Con Congress
gress Congress object to this program when

Americans are being put but of

WOWCV"
When Weeks acknowledged that
he had heard reports of the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese practice, Simpson asked
Weeks if he would support an
amendment to bar such imports.
'I don't know that I would
agree, to any amendment," Weeks
replied. But he added that he

Senate Rules Group
Approves Measure
To Hall Filibuster

WASHINGTON Mar..h M OTP)
The Senate Rules Committee

approved a resolution, todav to

make it easier for the Senate 1o

choke off filibuste.s.. There was

no cnance tne senate would go
along with the change this year.
The proposed new rule would

permit 49 senators to impose

limit on debate after 15 days of

consideration of any legislative

matter.

Under the present rule, a vote
of 64 senators is required to- curb
the Senate's traditional practice
of unlimited debate. No limitation

whatever can be imposed tn pro
posals for changing Senate rules
however.

Advocates of strong civil rights

legislation have contended i
change m the present rule is nec

esaary to prevent t a 1 k a thons

against antl discrimination bills

uy guuuiciu iGiuvviai.-).
Only last year. Sett. Strom

Thurmond (D S.C.) set a new

Senate filibuster record of 24

hours and 18 minutes m a last

ditch effort to block the civil
rights bill that eventually became

law.

The Rules Committee approved

the proposed change by a vote

of 5 to 4. Under its provisions,
any 16 senators could file a clo cloture
ture cloture or "gag" petition to limit
debate on any bill.
The petition would be brought
automatically to a vote 15 days
later. K supported by a vote of

49 senators a constitutional Sen Senate
ate Senate majority the petition would
permit each senatorr to speak for

only one hour thereafter until tne

bill was put to a vote.

Committee Cha'rman Thomas
C. Hennings Jr. (D-Mo.) said the
proposed Hew rule would go a
long way toward eliminating the
evils in the present anti-filibuster
regulations. He called for early
Senate action on the resolution.
"I shall do everything in my
power to see that it is brought

before the Senate for debate with
out delay," he told newsmen.

Asked about the chances of
Senate adoption of the proposed

Lrule change, he replied, "I just
rdon't know."

Si

WALTER D. RICHARDS captures the activities around the US AF Mission plane as tt lands in Quito In his above painting
entitled "Mission Plane Quito." This is oneof 16 paintings currently being exhibited in the ball room of the Tivoii Guest
House until April 4. The 16 paintings depict the activities of the Caribbean Air Command and were done by the artists as as-a
a as-a contribution to the Air Fopce Museum program. (Official USAF Photo)

V,

Bandy-Legged Killer
Pleads lucent
To Murder Charge
LINCOLN, Neb., March 27 (UP)

Charles R. Starkweather, hand handcuffed
cuffed handcuffed and girdled with a chain,
pleaded innocent today to two
murder counts, the first pre preferred
ferred preferred against Mm as the result
of his cross-country crime spree
during which he killed 11 persons

by his own admission.
The 19-year-old, bandy legged
former gerbage hauler was

charged with killing Robert Jen Jensen,
sen, Jensen, 17, of Bennet. Neb., and

young Jensen's girl friend "with
premeditated malice" m a rob robbery
bery robbery attempt on or about last

Jan. 27.
The teen-ager, his shaggy red
hair in need of a cutting, an

swered "I do" in a low voice
when Judge Harry A. Spencer
asked whether he understood the

charges. Spencer then ordered

him held without bond for trial,

tentatively scheduled for May 5.
Throughout the hearing. Sheriff

Merle Karnopp held the end of

the chain that circles young

starkweatner s waist.
Starkweather admitted killing 11

persons, including 10 in the Lin-coln-Bennet
area of eastern Ne Nebraska.
braska. Nebraska. He was captured Jan. 29

while trying to flee to the state
of Washington in a stolen car.

would "sit down and talk with
you about it."
Weeks contended the trade bill
would "have a tremendous impact
for good on our foreign relations
and national security." iBut he
emphasized that the extension

would be instrumental ine nding

me tun em uusmess stump.

tjl b Bto S9B4KVjka2MBBHBiaBi HsnaVisVvl WfHiBfctAtkk.
fl Lim. saH B5te-tt ftwalfer 'jafa gS sVaSu SVaF
sMrriiisssstL ""H vtsi'VlV Ififc
S B Bl9 BS 811 j

TRUCK TIRES
, .'! ' ''yylwA'mi'i i

PASSENGERS TIRES
First Second

M5
1L45
12.95
1145
17.95
1835

550600x15 Tube type ?lack Wall 4-ply 16.95
670x1 5 Jube typ Black Wall 4-ply 22.95
760x15 Tuba type Brack Wall 4-ply 25.95
710x15 Tuba type Black Wall 4-ply 24.95
760x15 Tubelest White Wall 4-ply 35.95
800x15 Tubeleaa White Wall 4-ply 37.95

700x17 6-ply .....
700x18 S-ply ...
700x20 8-ply
750x20 8-ply ,.

First Second
3535 1735
44.95 2145
4235 2145
5335 2635

ALLSTATE CAR RADIOS

Down
Monthly

S49J5

For better tone reproduction
S Tubes, oval 6x1 speaker

CAR TIRE' PUMP

Reg 2.39 1.88
Reliable in any emergency emergency-easy
easy emergency-easy pumping action

ALLSTATE CAR BATTERY
Reg. ....... 1S.95 1638

ALLSTATE CAR RUGS

Pair "... 5.98

Guaranteed 15 plates, 125 Colorful flexible rubber ruS.

amperes 6 volts.

FLASHLIGHT
Special a44
Very light and bandy
Uses two batteries

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR YOUR MONEY BACK
OPEN FROM 8:30 to 12:00 and from 2:00 to 6:00

SEARS

Easy to clean

PANAMA Tivbli Ave 2-0931
LOS ANGELES Tranaisthmiau
Highway 3-1955
COLON Bolivar Ave. ..... 1137



ami art

TOt PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPIWHOT DAILT OTEK-SPAPftt
Coinage

i
I

-
9

64 Compound
ether
ti Salary
DOWN
1 Son of
Seth (Bib.)
I Apple center
I Russian river
4 Ankle
t Girl's name
6 Geared
wheal part
TEnist
I Business
account book
I Greek coin
10 Impertinent
II Biblical
garden
1 Afrioan worm
21 Era
23 Paused
14 expatriate
Win vessel
! SS Play part
of host
5S River (Sp.)
1 60 Tear
61 Slow (music)
42 Paid notices
In newspapers
43 Summer (Ft,)

ACAOil
1 French oin
replaced by
louii d'or in
140
ttUvtr coin
of Thailand
Igwedish
brenie coin
It Correlative
of neither
tl MeiiM
14 Undeveloped
host
J5 British money
of account
11 Stormed
ITPoem
J I Vend
JO Physician
IIPwouo
94 Entreat
tl Enclose
3 Rugged
mountain
eresta
lllind
II Milt offspring
It High mountain
9 Feminine
appellation
IT Three-psrted
(comb. form)
II Compart point
11 Bristly
42 Dirtied
45 Masculine
nickname
44 Houn (ab.)
4T Doctrine
SO Perfume
54 Eucharistic

SATURDAY MARCH 29
EASTER SALE

f0 AT

VIA ESPANA, CAMPO ALEGRE BUILDING
FACING HOTEL PANAMA HILTON

HE REVENGE MIDDLEWEIGHT F

SEE IT NOW ON FILM!

BETTER THAN RINGSIDE!

giiifi
M MM S g-al
DON'T MI5S IT!

TROPICAL

In Th
Up to 5
more storage
space with
Yale
Warehou
WITH EXTEND-A-FORKS
Only the Yale Warahonser with
Extend-A-Forks allows you to
perate in aisles lesa than 6 feet
in width without logs of speed
and safety in load positioning.
The Extend-A-Forks reach out
with a stroke up to 30 inches to
pick up loads... pull back to

Local Representative
M. A. POWELL S. A.
TEL. 74-106 Colon P. O. Box 89

I
ar
CAPITOL 10
25C. mm i ,15C.
BANK! $125.06
SON OF BELLE
STAR
With Keith Larsen
Fighting Trouble
with La Panciilla

llMMzil

25 Japanese
outcasts
36 Number
27 American
44 Devotee
4T Weight
deduction
4 Eaude
ll Bar k'of neck
coin
21 Silver eahW "tl Jnara
30 Otherwise
31 Raced
34 Correlate
of aimaf
40 Individual
41 Colonise
43 Speaker
Verdi
63 Optimistic
64 Legal point
IT Entomology
(ab.)
II Goddess of
infatuatioa
- VERY SOON!
Theatre
carry load tucktd-in and tilted.
The bne-harfd Operation means
maximum visibility for accurate
spotting of Joads. Yale Ware Ware-housers
housers Ware-housers with Extend-A-Forks
are available in capacities of
2,000 and fiDOO lbs. For detailed
information, phone u$ today.

i b fc
i r -Jn
rwr lr--hrn
r Tirr-gi ;

w h r"""
m.rttniE

mm i t

Su&Ml

J

z H HP

1 II

WeWww-,:':Ra1

7 VOL I
He. -n mi.
Prohibited for Minors
DE8HOJANDO LA
MARGARITA
. r. MSfY, -' ....
FERIA DE
' MUJERE8

25c.

Open at 3:00 p.m.
Spanish Pictures!
Soy Charro DeL,
Ranch o GrAnde
RAPTO AL SOL
with B. Ellzondo

y QIWALO 4AC0IY
Wrltrtn far NIA lervite

NORTH (O) II
KQJI
JT
rJi
AKQJ1SI
WIST CAST
4VT4I AI6I3
Kill A94
IIS A ATI
4 3 2 A 7 S
SOUTH
A A 10
VQiOIS
KQ1043
AM
No one vulnerable
North RWt South West
1 Paw I A Paaa.
1 A Pass 2 N.T.-'Paw
INT. Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead V
ONE of the cardinal princlpleg
of defense is to try to work out
some play that will beat the con contract.
tract. contract. Now put yourself In the place
of Eaat and look at the East hand
and the dummy only.
The opponents have reached
three no-trump alter an opening
club bid by North, a. diamond
response by South, spade rebtd
by North and a jump to two no
trump by South. Your partner
has opened the deuce f hearts
and dummy has played the seven.
Whit should 'you do?
The answer to your problem ll
that you should play the nine of
hearta.
Duirty hag 14 hih card points
and you have 13. That leavea on only.
ly. only. 14 for South and Wait, and
South ids most of them for his
two no-trump bid. There is only
one chance to beat this hand. That
chance is to find your partner with
four hearta to the klngelght.
Now look at the whole hand and
you aee that,, your partner, has that
exact holding. Declarer will prob
ably lead a club. You win ymir
aee, lay down the ace of heart
and take your aee of diamonds.
This last is important. Now you
play your last heart and your part partner
ner partner gathers in two heart tricka,
Why wag it important to cash
your ace of diamonds before lead leading
ing leading the third hearty Your partner
might not lead th diamond bak
and declarer could get hia nrna
tricks in the black suit.
what would happen it' you play
the ace of hearts at trick One?
South should have two heart stop
pel's and make the
Q The bidding has been:
Baat Bouth West Norm
1 Pass 1N.T. Paw
2 4 Pass Pass If
4V ?
You, South, hold:
4.KJ97 ft AQ65 K I T I
What do you do?
A Douhle. This haa gene far
mouth 4r4 re sr wind
nesL
TODAV S QUESTION
West runs to three clubs and it
is passed to you. What do yeu,
toutn, ao now?
Answer Toflierrow
FOUR WOMSN DIP".
LOURDES. France. 'March 27
(UP) Four women were killed
and 18 other Dassenaers were in
jured near here todaywhen a bus
carrying Roman Catholic pilgrims
to this shrine city crashed into a
tree.
The bus was carryingZ4 per persons,
sons, persons, members of families from
the Pyrenees Village of Mezeres,
East of Lourdes.
0
rODAY-ENCANJO-.25-.t5
Camerdn Mitchel in
'GORILLA -AT LARGE"
Jayne Mansfield in
"WAYWAR1 BUB"
I DRIVE-IN
tiOc. 1lsP4A 7:
30c. VMH T 9:0(
SPECIAL ATTRACTION I
RICHARD WIDMARK
DOLORES MICHAELS in
"THE LIMIT"
I
'omorrow
POPULAR NIGHT!
11.10 per CAR!
RICHARD BASEHART
Patricia Roc in
"CARTOUCHE"
baa
mmmvi
HELL ON FR1ACO
BAT
with Alan Ladd
- Also: -MIRACLE
IN THE
RAIN
with Van JOhnson'

TODAY

RIO VICTORIA

MQVIIS-TIUVISION
by Engine Jehnsen 11

HOLLYWOOD (NBA) e
mnu we atcreen: we nave wim us
tne mcweat gin in rieuywooo.
If you undergtaad femlnlnii lo
gic, that is.
But first you ahould know that
our lucky, lucky heroine, pert, 21-
Sar-old Judi Mere Nth, will be on
th theater and home screens
this month, She's In two new U-l
movies, "Summer Love" and
"Wild Heritage," and on March
23 she's the romantic inspiration
m 'Diek Whittiniton and His Cat'
for TV's "Shirley Temple's Story,
book" aeriu,
Now about this luck of the pret pretty
ty pretty Portland, Ore,, mfsi.
AT II, WHIN she wai a (spe (specialty
cialty (specialty akater with -the Ice Follies,
Judi fell from a aecond story
window and broke her back.
"Boy, was that lucky," aha told
me. "I might have been killed."
After recovering, she went ski skiing
ing skiing and broke her kneecap.
ri was real lucky," aays judi,
"The doctors said I would have
to skip active sports, which I now
do, and look at all the energy j
conserve, giving me time to study
acting."
While studying acting in Hol Hol-lywpod,
lywpod, Hol-lywpod, Judi had an attack of ap-
Sndicitis, complicated with peri peri-litig
litig peri-litig and gangrene,
"Boy, was I lucky," says Judi
"that friends got me to the hos hospital
pital hospital in time.'7
Lucky thing! "Juat happen" to
Judi, she says,
But maybe ifa a lot more than
just feminine logic it'g way to
look trouble In the face and laugh,
THI DAFFY PRQIIIMS Of
televlilon that Howard Duff and
Ida Luplno mix up with their wild
adventures as movie stars pro provide
vide provide many a laugh in their TV
series, "Mr Adams and Eva,"
But jtheir lateat TV problema 4i
for real and no one n laughing,
Especially Ida and Howard,
it happened to them oft cam
era In- typical Adama and Eve
style. There was a phone call
from a New York sponsor's agent
to their agent, who called them
with aome bad news. The bad
news was that they were exchang
ing time spots with Phil Silvers,
Ha was moving into their Friday
night 9 o'clock time, which they
had bbilt -up, after a year, to a
nice audience ratmg average of
18. Now they were moving Into
PhiVi Tuesday night I o'clock
time.
"Why?" demanded Ida, a little
hysterical about it alL "Yeah,
Jap Railway, Bus
Unions Walk Out
In 1-Day Strike
TOKYO. March IT (UPWUnlon
members qf Japan's private rail
way and bus companies waiMfl
out wtwy ipr m noun m wmr ma
feat weekday atrtke In HUtorr,,
Eleven 01 me maior private ran
way Jinei ihd 44 of the majjmm
and email llnea were Idle, affect affecting
ing affecting the transportation of l0,ion,0Q9
commuters to government offices,
bank and business offices in to
But the seml-iovernment rail
ways eorporatlon stepped up its
service with Increased tralnr in
an effort to relieve the traffic tie tie-up
up tie-up ag members of the striking
union looked on with hostile eyes,
it was estimated that the affect
ed private railway companies suf suffered
fered suffered a loss m revenue of $500,400,
Negotiations collapsed between
union and management represen representatives
tatives representatives early today. Management
refused to pay mote than the $2,
78 monthly increase suggested by
the Central Labor Relations Board
Union representatives insisted pay
ment of "allowances" in addition.
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA S:15 4:0!
June Allison Rossano Brazil
"INTERLUDE"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
Jammi Cagney Dorothy Malme
"MAN OP A THOUSAND
FACES"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Ginger Rogers
Barry Nelson
"FIRST TRAVELING
SALESLADY"
GATUN 7:00
"LURE OF THE
SWAMP"
MARGARITA :1S, 8:35
Sal Mlneo
John Saxon
"rock pretty
AbY"

PARAISO SANTA CRUZ
:M :S8 ":lg A 8:45
"Blues "lure or the
BUSTERS" and SWAMP"
"FIGHTING "THE STORM
LAWMAN" RIDER"
CAMP BIF.RD :6 c 4:4
"THE CHINESE" RING" and
"MEXICAN MANHUNT"

why?" echoed Duff,
Well." g4d
ratintr
meir agent, "Phii'g
hfpn dinning r r i 6 d
fte seaaon. Rig show ig in tmible
Both of you have the lame iponw
He ordered the iwiteh
BUM QUHo g TV tog to
" be competitiw Phil cmjfim't
haadJe, Two programs, the War Warner
ner Warner western, '"Sugarfoot," and
he George Gohel Eddie Fiahe?
show, spelled out Sgt. SiHkF,
trouble! new eempetjtlw
would ha Frank Sinatra aVrl-
mHB, wmon 4oa and Duff
bean outpointing.
L.ii.J ...1. : l .
JtZpWl Mi and Duff a
Adama and Eve on TV t
real thi time but the change was
made Lateaf rating: Pha lOvora"
23; Adams and Eve, 5.
"W'r be inn thrmmn tm
i,Jf' Movietown'gnlgii.
ned "Walk of Pama" on If-iiC.
wood Blvd. will skip the name of
Charlei Cbaplin....Osear nominee
Ruse Tamblyn wilj report for Ar.
my induction MarcF24 two dav!
before the, Oscar TV show...Lew"i
Hayward, Who once starred as
TV'g Lone Wolf,1' is platting a
?W Prlviti'iy aeries based op
Leslie ChartlM' eharacter of
"The Saint."....A witer'
Idea for a TV giveaway show
'Stop 'the Monev". Wimi.r
win music!.Emle Xovaes' word word-ale
ale word-ale about a March of Dimeg
benefit in La Vegas ; "t's noth
ing new, really. Dlmai never
top matching into La Vegas."
Ted Pot, who directs "Gun-
amoas we try 10 make our
weaiern cnaracters a oeiievable
a they were before the movies
made them unbelievable."
Pakistan President
Urges US, Britain
Toward Clear Policy
.KARACHI, Pakistan, March r
vr presoeni iskander m
Of Pakistan today ureed the Unit-
id States and Britain to adopt a
''more elegr-cwt" policy toward
their allies In the anti-Communist
camp.
Mini', in an exclusive inters
V ew. ss Id Prime Minister Malik
PlrOf KhlA Noon wag "misunder "misunderstood"
stood" "misunderstood" when his recent statement
to Pirllamant wai Interpreted as
i threat to take Paktitan out qf
western pacts if the United States
cut ore muuary aid, refcistan is
g member of the Southeast Asia
Treaty Organisation and the
Bainnid Peet,
"We firmlv adhere to the integ
rity and ideology of the free
werld-ind I im iimri you the
armed force are aoo per cent be.
hind this," Mini said,
At tna same nme. the 57-year-
old President said the United
State and Brita n ahould have
"t mora clear-cut" policy toward
their allies.
"Pon't take ui for granted," he
warneo.
Mima laid Noon "felt frus frustrated,"
trated," frustrated," hY Ango-Ameriean over overtures
tures overtures to India which has been em
broiled with Paklstaa m a long
diaoute over Kashmir.
"We don't understand it when
our allies go out- of their way tp
nearer to those 'nations who
like our very existence," Mirza
WllT "Don't act sorry about your
alliances it makes our. task 100
times harder ... be friendly with
India but leave us out of it."
Asked about official statementa
that Pakistan would rather he
dominated by the Communists
than Hindu India, Mirza replied:
"W accept domination by no
one."
Mirza said there appeared no
basis for rumors circulating here
of a possible confederation of the
Moslem members of the Baghdad
Pact Pakistan, Iran, Iraq enfl
Turkey.
Hungary's Rulers
Clamn Down Hard
On Attorneys
VIENNA. March (UP) The
Budapest Communist regime has
disso'ved the Hungarian "law "lawyers'
yers' "lawyers' Guild" and banned private
practice by attorneys, Communist
newgpapera reaching here today
disclosed.
The newspapers said a decree
announced by Hungarian Ultice
Minister Ferenc Nezval diabanded
the guild and replaced it with the
Supreme Board of "Lawyera Col Collectives."
lectives." Collectives." All Hungarian attorneys will be
compelled to close their private
offices and work within the "Law "Lawyers'
yers' "Lawyers' Collectives," the newspaper
Magyar aaemzei quoien ivi as
telling a news conference,
"All undesirable elements will
be purged from the ranks of the
lawyera," the justice minister
gaid. He added that disciplinary
commissions composed of "relia "reliable"
ble" "reliable" lawyers and party member
wi'l investigate the affairs of the
lufld.
Observers here saw the new
move aa the severest blow against
Hungarian lawyers since the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the Communist ra ra-pime.
pime. ra-pime. The observers said t h e
Communists appeared to have
particular 'aversion to the lawyers
because many of them played im important
portant important roles in the 1956 revolt.

HOT 'NlWt?-Smt dreaaed.for.thtHwld Eskimos crowd around
compwini room of tho Fairbanks (Alaska) News-Miner to watch

San. Lehman Hits
At Seniority
System In Congress
NEW YORK (UP) Former
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman sad
today that' the prannt sygtem
of congressional leaciersmp is ut utterly
terly utterly unrepresentative of the coun coun-try"
try" coun-try" and is particularly unroprer
aentativo of the- nation's Pemo Pemo-cratie
cratie Pemo-cratie voter.
' For his own Democratic Party
he seriously questioned the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of resting party leadership
in genate Leader Lyndon B. John-
son and House Speaker Bam
Ray burn, both oriented "to the
voter of Texas rather than to
the voters, of the nation aa a
whole."
Lehman, speaking before the
National Democratic Club at a
lunch honoring his aoth birthday,
two days hence, said Johnson and
Rayhurp, both "man of outstand outstanding
ing outstanding ability and patriotic devotion."
were nonetheleii the prime archi architects
tects architects of the Democratic defeat in
They failed to egtiblish a re'
iponsib'e opposition to the Repub Republican
lican Republican administration, he aid by
doing "almopt everything to pre prevent
vent prevent any controversial issue from
being aeriousjy joined or vigor vigor-ouslyydjfoiteov
ouslyydjfoiteov vigor-ouslyydjfoiteov
men sam ne was not as opti-
muc as most pollsters about a
title vietpry in this fall's
sHgfltonal elections or m 1980 i
presidential year. He said con-
gressmnai Democratic leadership
IV, "substantially, better" than. it
wiffli'the last Congress and
Sat Democratic chinges are also
jtter because leadership of the
Eisenhower dministration "ha
been considerably worse" then lo
its first term,
Lehman said be believed both
parties ahould hold annual or bi biennial
ennial biennial conventions to "lay down
narty policy and give the eountrv
a better picture of the national
leadership" than is possible
through the dominance of congres
sional teaaers.
He laid that aa a result of the
cwrgreasienal seniority system,
the South has "all the advan advantages"
tages" advantages" in congressional leader leadership.
ship. leadership. In addition to the two Tex Texan,
an, Texan, he pointed to Arkansas, a
comparittVoly small state whose
rwesentatives held chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of four major congressional
committees.
"Meanwhile, representatives of
the states e New York, Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California, the
four largest states in the umop
with mote than a .fourth of the
total population of the nation,
have no chairmanships whatever
in the Senate and together have
onlv two ehairmanshin nt rela
tively miner committees in the
nouse.
'Jaxz-O-Rama' Set
To Beqin Here
Ntxr Sunday
A series of janii Sessions caller
'Jatz-O-Rama if scheduled to
begin Sunday gt Cafe Estadio and
Salon W,M
TKe-sggion is scheduled 'o be begin
gin begin at noon, featuring gom of the
best local musiciini, with drinks
at regular prices at both bars.
, I addition, a prise will he of of-ferfi
ferfi of-ferfi every Sunday (er the 'harn 'harn-et"
et" 'harn-et" looking woman or girl nt the
jazz session.

going to the interior during Holy Week?
Take your Kodak camera and plenty of film!
24'hour developing service.

KODAK PANAMA, LTD. '.727

. ; i
MmW BBBBBSalfe sfl
J mm MsV. f mmmr. 1

THE HOLE TRUTH Patron at Blosser's netaurnt in
Logant Ohio, not upiy get the conventional doughnut When they
order jsiv and sinkersMlw get the oooked hple, to, like those
shown m the plate at left, Minnie Green, who displays the
unusual cembinatior,, says there's nothing "holey" stirtlinl
about it; she's been doing it this way for years.

I 3 :,.! r 1,
PSM:: ;. SHBJBJ BV
aapwRiteff-lit' 'Sjgga
W SgsHEBmBlBH JKBW .V mm Lmmw
flgi a Tafsraga bjs gev gegj
WWMf sjpijg jiHL n
f W m m immv-W m
Br M Wm mJ i
mm

PLAYFUL PRESIDENT In a striped and polka-dotted
nutivft uORtume and Tieaddress, gurmese president U Wp
Maung carries a swprd as he hapjfilv takes part-in the "dajiee 1
of the' tribes" at Rangpoh. Hq's followed by Bu Hmu Aung,
speaker of Burma's Chamber of Deputies. The- peremohy wag
part of the Union Day celebration.
I IPI ll' "I li I ..ill
ATTENTI0NII
Owners of Independent Shrimp Boats

We pgy the beet
Large Headless Shrimp
Tiger Brand Headless
TUtis Headless
Tttis with head
PinlM Hedlws .. ....
Pinks with head
AND VV

CAMBRA HERMANOS, S. A.

a linotype machine in the
foreman IrV Tadd ply hii

prices forJ your Shrimp
912
0.35
..lt
PAY CAHH



mm PANAMA AMMIGAV AM DnJOTOTOT DAILY KEWSPAMfc

i -

Menshikov Booked Tickets For Club
To Speak At Dinner AjoPjf

For Journalists j Indications are that tickets for
Ith Altamira Club's picnic to San
NEW YORK. March K (UP)- WjL Dj .LT'.l
Mikhail A. Menshikov. Russian JQ& T thtt i,t U WM
ambassador to the Unite States. mealed today

will be me maw speaKer May 15 Howefer-, the club is
at tha Sigma Delta' Chj national Pians to accomodate all
journalistic fratrnity'i a n n u a 1; desirous of going on ti e
awards dinner at the Hotel Pla' Atlantic siders may
here, it was announced today. Mrs. Una Genore, Miss

Raid (134-1. Colon) ani Vicent

in-

making

ct

Bethund

,"HNOTINO.TINq"-"ChioHng," Formosa's outstandtof dog
r, IS pUttiM tilt Wtt on residents i Taipei in a house-to-house
solicitation for contributions to Nationalist China's winter
relief fund. He's as famous on Formosa as America's lpna Ine
1 ef caniflt Mtai. each known hare at "Lint; Tijig-Tinf ."

The fraternity's fellowship
awards will be presented at the

dinner to Frank H. Bartholomew

president o United Press; J.
Mentiomery Curtis, director, of
tha American Presa institute, and
Thomas B. Powell Jr., editor and
publisher of the weekly Anamo Anamo-sa
sa Anamo-sa (Iowa) Journal and Eurkea.
Elmer C Waller, financial ed editor
itor editor of United Press and president
a tha DeadHne Club, will be in
arte of the program. Interna International
tional International News' Service columnist
Bob Con.sidjpe will be master of
ceremonies.

fimeikle for tickets or for any

formation raiardin? the picnic.

m c. ..in. u

Panama City at 7 a.m.

CRAIH KIIH Alt

CALCUTTA, March a? (UP) -!

All 20 persona aboard died in the
crash of an 'Indian Airlines DP
transport near Katmandu yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, It was reported today.
The wreckage of the 'aircraft,
missing since yesterday, was
sighted today about 16 miles from
Katmandu.

m am m m SB II

ESI v

IBM

"FOR HIS ingenuity in developing improved Air Fores
construction WOtbOdf." Calvin H, Johnston (rlifct), RoAia and
Grounds Foreman, Albrook AFP Installations Engineer office, was
recently presented a suggestion award of $86,00. 1st, 14. Robert
0. Ffriel, assistant installations engineer, made the Presentation.
Johnston designed a pneumatic pressure cone for the application
of MReraUi, asphalt and mortar, thus saving wmMmAIi Wt
previously spent m Mixing e4 carrying materials to job sites.

FCC Member Protests Ruling
On Payment Of Hotel Bills

-. Q wmmt

Srn.r7 ruling &t Tfc

nay

wment duty

Hyde told House investigators,
r& produced the ruling, it would
m 4treou? tnvtojf
niintf to aetions he and ,tn,r

torn

who

u. niitriaoua

W'J i ru.miiiinitians

"conflicting" opinion.

Charles A. WQlvertw i.

WW

His plan would require attor attorneys
neys attorneys practicing before the agen agencies
cies agencies to police their clients and
their friends. The attorneys would
be barred from practicing before

any agency where off-therecord
attempts were made to influence
the regulatory efoeujte.
Hyde said he already had taken
iteps to get the f CC to diseour diseour-age
age diseour-age letters and telephone cilia on
hehairof applicants for radio and
TV licenses by making H such
letters or calls part of the "pub'
Up record."

...irino Hominueau un

nn

comptroller general, J ore pa
5.I2t:ir Wwn "on all sides

o'tS fancc on the Wei faaue,
Campbell's ruling was made w
, Feb 11 letter to k ?
Chairman Oreij Harris gfcMM;
HArta askrd ior an opinion on
iff rSSt7 f a Bovernment of-

a trom too gocl
oteTTm wai i paid by an out-

aider."
IntHled To Allewansa

11 rephed that a goyern-

eiil travel

da v allow

govern-

as on

.v i.

u eapena-

r

anca for act

t. ..iH "th navment of

th hotel expenses by an ootsid-
r wnuld-fae orohibited by the U.

S, code "assuming they were re

ceived ag pam w
Iu. J.J1 iim Ma Mvernment".

.Itased thVt he and

' jr::;;m.nt officials

SXCTSSa MUM Which

Qowi Collection of government

exoensa a lowances even inu"B
incfiffiy roup piekgd up the tab
Vnnm and m S.

He cencaded he collected a total
of $192 in government expenses
for five trips to broadcast indus industry
try industry Sneetings and that the wdus-
h.rsh treatment" to b accused

now oz lmpropneues wr
the i 1954 etmplroller general s rul ruling.
ing. ruling. H sajd the comptroller gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral shouir not change his mind
and give "conflicting opinions
I from year to year and month to
month." r
Woivertoo Baid.Hy4e was ''ab ''absolutely
solutely ''absolutely iusWied in resenting" the
suggestion i Campbeirs pew rul ruling
ing ruling that hp or other offieials had
violated a law for following "a,
custom recognised through all ad administrations."
ministrations." administrations." The committee member said
Congresi, should clarity the law
so "reputable officials'' like Hyde
would not suffer damage to their
reputations.
Rep. Peter Mack Jr. (D41U,
who -read Campbell's ruling into
thf record, aaid he agreed Hyde
waa a "fine" man.
Woleyrton also suggested legis legislation
lation legislation to make sure that members
agencies were not subject to "out
aide influence."

Forty students from the chemis

try and physics depertments were
selected to go en a field trio to

CrN on March 13. A motion me

Hire was snow" to we eumenie in
a tiny air-conditioned studio. The

film wag aponsored by General

Motors Corp. on its 50th aftmver

StL movie emphasised tie. de

sperate need for good scientists

ID seyeral branches of chemistry

ana Physics.

withrJomu Sa the dcover
er of the polio vaccine. An added

feature of the trip was a short lec

ture given by get. Nordouist ef

CFN about the work done at the

television studio.

He informed the students that

the personnel at the studio cannot

do much about the programs which

are shown because these are sent

to them at the discretion of the

branches in the States. He added

that maybe if the public knew the
causes for some of the things that

happen over TV, there might not
be so many letters about it in the
Mailbox of the Panama American.

Mocambo Club
Ready For Easter
Sunday Dance

The Mocambo Club of Colon will
.i 1 A. A 1. 1 1 .1 1

nag u easier oau ai me grang granger's
er's granger's Club on Easter Sunday.

The dance will get underway at
S p.m., to the music of Kile Perez
and his "Television" orchestra
from Panama City. There will be
lota ef surprises, guest artists, and
prizes donated for the best-dressed
couple.

The honor roll for the first six
weeks period of the second semes semester
ter semester gives much due credit to the
students of BHS. Twenty five
Students made the A honor roll

and J75 made the B honor roll.
The B honor roll Is much too loha

to name but Students malting
the A honor roll are: Alfred Ar Archibald.
chibald. Archibald. Barbara- Barlett. Rutliie

Bennett, Michele Bettsak, -Joanne
Branch, David Browne, Susan Dav
is, JO'Annf Fields, Kay Flowers,
Vicki Hill, Jackie Ilbell, Richard

Mf on, Naomi Utvtn, Susan live lively,
ly, lively, James Marshall, Patricia Mc Mc-Guire,
Guire, Mc-Guire, Martha Miller, Jeanne
Nickerson, John Nlckerson, Judv
Paltincfor T ilio fiiKo.ii.to T

Sikerski, Grace Vale, Jaime Ward,

Betne M)u wneaton. congratula congratulations
tions congratulations kids!
Yesterday thf school was dis dismissed
missed dismissed at 10:80 so the students
could attend the National Honor
Society's spring initiation, held in

aiooa nearer, u was a very
nice ceremony ,with the guest
speaker being the Rev. Lester
Soerheide. Janet Tribe spoke pn
"Character,' Bon Ryter on 'Schol 'Scholarship,"
arship," 'Scholarship," Paul Bennett on "Lead "Leadership,"
ership," "Leadership," and Caroline Zirkman
spoke on "Service." Vena Bennett
sang a lovely solo. The new mem members
bers members are of NHS are:
David Brown, Holando Chaois
Katherine Cox, Ana Haskill. Judy
HoU, Carlos Kiameo, Martha Mil

ler, Feggy Morgan, Myrna Pierce,

ler, and Chriatopher Tate.

Poo

Ortn Sa

It surely is an honor to be chosen
for NHS, so those kids have some something
thing something to be proud about. Fresh

men should be urged to strive for,

gooa graoes wnen iney are 'irst
starting High schosl. I didn't and
ndw it's too late.
NpYt wpp It will he rievntpH main

ly to 'information about mvs' and!

iris' state and the. proceedmcs

y are enacting.

SATURDAY MARCH 29
EASTER SALE

' r

VIA KiPASA, CAMFO ALKORE BUILDING
FACUiU HOTfiL PANAMA HILTON
,

Is. for. beauty... so is
SUPE R R OYAL C RE A M
Grmaine Monri purs or yogr fingertip! one of Nature's rnoit mysterioui gifts to boouty
the amazing substance callod Royal Jelly.
Scientists have, known for yean that Royal Jelly can turn an immature bee into a fertile
and beautiful Queen 'with o life span up to forty times longer than her subjects' but only
recently has it been found that this potent combination of vitamins and proteins has a won wonderful
derful wonderful effects on thetskln.
Now Germaine Monteil combines Royal Jelly with vital esential oils and natural emollients
in a cream so beautifully effective youMI see its benefits from the very start. Try it and see
hew clear how fresh and radiant you skin con be!

IB

man

nsusv

lssssssH -JM?1 N T
m' 1 mmm

mgkm. mW Jit fill
WHSsisKeoiiswViisasiMi mmmKtwsHmmwMwmmWfaifga, -. S ii m I B I m

Today...ydu eari put radiant color on to stay...
ail throigh the day-without dryiixgyour lips

Now you don't have to jmt lipstick' on . and
on ... all through the day! Heylon's Lanoljte
Lipstirfc is the wonderfully new and different
aen-ioeax type lipstick longer lasting and
ereamy too. It puts luscious color on to stay

without drying your lips. It's the only non non-smear,
smear, non-smear, type lipstick enriched with Laholite,
Revlon's exclusive moisture-protecting ingre ingredient
dient ingredient to give your lips the fresh, mdist look!
Choost from .30 fabulous Revlon colors today'.

" 11 i Hi" jr- i i ii i i ,i mmmmmm

MADURITO

MADURITO

AT"

MADURITO

MADURITO

MADURITO

MADURITO

ffantzen

MADURITO

Oantzen

MADURITO
CO TO THE BEACH TOGETHER

I. L. MADURO JR
Affiliate of "Cuentag Comerciales"
PANAMA COLON

i (H

1



Til FAAMA AMERICA! A WPEPEWPEWT DAILY MEWSPAPES

PAGE EIGHT
Friend, Kluszewski Fair Bets To Be In Pittsburgh's Opening Day Lineup

Bob Hurls Nine Innings;

i Back Feels Fine

Ted

By FRED DOWN

Exhibition
Games

At SiriwM, Fla.
Milw. (N) 210 000 000 S
Boston (A) 001 003 OOx- 4
Conley, (Buhl (4), Johnson

NEW YORK, March 27-(UP)-It's a pretty, g ItilXtil

5 2
5 1
(7)

(4).

fair bet today that the Pittsburgh Pirates will have
both Bob Friend ahd Ted Kluszewski in their opening-day
lineup.

These are the two key men in

tn

1 e sf i

last spai

, PiMW nlnns to move into

the first division for the first time
;.. 1948 and consequently it was

a big day for manager D a n ny

MurtaugU yesieraay wuen -combined
their efforts in a
victory over the Los A n g e
Dodgers,
n'riend. a 14-fiame winner

PaSon and a potential 20 game

winner, struck out seven and
yielded nine hits as he went the
full nine innings. The hard-throw-ii-k
right-hander shut out the Dodg Dodger,,
er,, Dodger,, after the third inning when
th y scored all their runs.
Kluszewski, the 240-pound first first-v.coman
v.coman first-v.coman npniiired from Cincinna

ti during the winter, tested hi

ailing bade in game- couif""""
for the first time and reported
"it felt fine." Kluszewski batted
three times. He beat out an in infield
field infield hit in the first inning and
then scored all the way on a dou double
ble double by Bob Clemente a feat that
probably surprised even big Klu.
"We got Kluszewski on a
gamble," concedes Murtaugh.
"But we feel we have a chance
to make th first division if he
comes through."

Whitey Ford, out with an ailing
: arm part of last season, also went
vnsterdav and tne

i, vvrv Yankees thus were a

i ble to laugh off a 7-3 loss to the
, st Louis Cardinals. Ford pitched
i for the Yankee "B" team while
the varsity took its lumps from
the Cardinals, and came up with
a 12-strikeoutr four-hitter against
i Richmond of the International
Terrific slugging-as in custom customary
ary customary at this time of the year when
the teams are playing to short
minor league parks-featured lour
o the live other Grapefruit
League games played yesterday.
The Chicago White Sox scored
in double .figures for the second
straight game and wailopea the
Kansas City Athletics, 1-1; the
Sau Francisco Giants conneoted
for five home runs in a 7-5 con con-1
1 con-1 quest of the Baltimore Grimes;
! th Chieaeo Cubs beat the Cleve-

lnH Indians. 10-5. with another

I five-homer barrage; Joe Adcock
: hit two homers as the Milwaukee
'Braves whipped the Philadelphia
Phillies, 10-2 and the Boston Red
1 Sor downed the Detroit Tigers,
' 4-2, lor their fourth win in a row.
Billy Goodman knocked in six
runs with two doubles, single
and a walk s the White Sox
pummelled five Kansas City
pitchers for 13 hits. Billy
Pierce, a 20-game winner last
season, went the first six in innings
nings innings for the White Sox and al allowed
lowed allowed only one run.
Willie Mays and rookie Orlando
Cepeda hit two homers each and
Daryl Spencer also homered for
the -Giants, who fell on George

Zuverink for four runs in the

first, inning. Ruben Gomez was
tagged for four runs in five in innings
nings innings by he Orioles.
Dale Lone, Walt Morvn. J i m

Bolger, Johnny Goryl and Elvin
Tappe homered for the Cubs, who
have scored 60 runs in their last
five games. Ed Mayer, rookie left lefthander
hander lefthander Who Was 8-13 at Ft Wnrth

last season, relieved Don Elston

m tne tourtn inning and shut out,
the Indians the rest of the way.
Adpck's two homers produced
all three Milwaukee runs off left left-y
y left-y Curt Simmons but the world

champions pounded Don Cardwell
ior live in utelast two frames,
including a pair on Ed Mauiewa'

nomer. rhil Fame, Joe Kay ana
Carlton Willey held tne rnilues

eight nits.

rank Malzone's two-run single

a tnp-e oy Biuy Consoio

ked'tne Reo Sox to tneir

uuiih victory in u uames. uiuy
Martin singled in the miadie oi
the Detroit scoring inning and

knocked .in the second tally with

another single.

ner Sisler. Loser Buhl.

At Tampa, Fla.
Wash. A) 100 000 000- 1 5 1
Cincinnati (N) 021 000 OOx 3 6 1
Ramos, Pascual (5) and Berbe Berbe-ret.
ret. Berbe-ret. Purkey and Bailey. Loser
Ramos. HR Robinson.

Powells Trounce Alumni 11-4
For Atlantic Twleague Lead

Along The Fairways

At St. Petersburg, Fla.
L.A. (N) 000 010 018- 8 10 1
St. Louis (N) 000 000 000- 0 7 1
Drysdale, Labine (7) and Pig Pig-natano.
natano. Pig-natano. Mizell, V. McDaniel (7).
Kuzava 9) and Landrith. Winner

Drysdale. Loser Mizell. HR

Neal,
At Lakeland, Fla.
Kan. City (A) 101 111 040- 8 13 2
Detroit (A) 111 120 000- 6 10 0
Mass. Taylor .(6) and House.

Shaw, Morgan (6), Daniel (8) and

Lau. Winner Taylor. Loser Mor

BRAZOS BROOK CLUB

HANDICAP TOURNAMENT
"The lady golfers of Brazos
(Brook Country Club have just
completed their annual Club Hand Handicap
icap Handicap Chamoionship Tournament.
Ruth Tortnrjci played exceptional
golf throughout the tournament and
in the final match against Jane
Huldtquist overwhelmed her op opponent
ponent opponent in a 4 and 3 victory.

RUTH TORTORICI VICTOR IN gan. HR-DeMaestri, Lau, Martin,

Lopez, Boiling, uerv.
At Clearwater. Fla.

New York A) 130 000 OOOr- 4 1

PhUa. fN) 002 120 OOx 5 11 0

Cicotte, Grim (6), Freeman (8)
and IBerra. Semproch. Farrell (7)

and Lonnett. Winner bemprocn.
Loser Cicotte.
at Phoanix. Aril.

Chicago (N) 020 016 501-15 1 0
S. Fran. (N) 001 110 010- 4 10 3
Brosnan, Rodriguez (7) and
Neeman. Antonelli, Burnside (7),
Poholsky (7) and Schmidt, Katt
m. Winner Brosnan. Loser-An-

tonelli. HR Long 3, Kirkland,

Tanner, Banks, Goryl.
At Tucson, Ariz.
B,lt. A) 2H ooo 131- 8 M 1
Cleve. (A) 103 001 000r- 5 9 0

Beamon, Moeiier t, w
(6), Heman (?) and Triandos. Mc-

T ih Tnmanek (6 inomaa u ),

rlpv and Nixon, winner

Heman. Loser Thomas. HR --Hamric,
Hamric, --Hamric, Robinson (2), Carrasquel.
Decathlon
Finals Tonight

STANDINGS
Atlantic Twilight Baseball League
Teams W L Pet.
Powells 4 '2 .807
Mercury Outboard i 3 .625
CHS-Alumni 4 3 .571
C.H.S. 1 .143
TUISDAVs RESULTS
Powelis 11 CHS Alumni 4
rftuir.uT't eiuEt

yowens vs Mercury
By TREVOR SIMONS

Powells, the perennial champions

of the Atlantic Twilight League

swept into the second half lead at

Mt. Hope Tuesday night witn a io io-hit
hit io-hit attack against the CHS-Alum

ni that moved the latter out of

first place and down to the No. 3
spot, only Vt game off the red hot
pace.
Powells are the winners of the

first half and defending champions

of 1957; but they got off to a slow

second-half start with two conse

cutive losses. Since then they have

steadily fought their way back
and are now percentage points fe

lt Is interesting to note that both
these ladles are childhood 'chums'

graduating from Balboa High
School together and have continued

their friendship thru the years.
This tournament, however, is the
first time they have ever met in
competition against one another.

Much- credit for the success of
ILL. i. lJ ..

mis wmriiameni is 10 oe given 10
Louise Reynolds, who organized it
ahd was the medalist with her ex excellent
cellent excellent round of low net 69.
One of the most interesting
matches played in the tournament
was between Ruth Puller and Ruth

Tortorici. These two ladies play-!

ed 36 holes before iiutn Tortorici
was able to overcome her oppo opponent.
nent. opponent. Ruth Puller is to be com commended
mended commended for her excellent eame.

Another interesting match was
between Nellie Smith and Nellie

Humphreys. This match w i

"touch and go until the 18th hole

when Nellie Humphreys came out

the victor.

Nellie Whitney, in her match

with Louise Reynolds furnished
much excitement when she made

a wonderful recovery on the back

nine, but Louise- had just enough

holes ahead to win by a very close

margin

Cleo Burns, our club champion,

was unable to play m this tourna

ment due to illness and was missed
by all.
An interesting Ringer Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament is in progress at the club
-7v nd will be completed on
March 31.
Manv fine new golfers are play

ing with much enthusiasm at the
club now including Beth Daughcr-

ty, Aggie Allen, Rae Wilder, Eve
Badger, Midge Horan, Carmen

Butler. Marcela irannao, uiga san
Filltppb to name only a few.
An informal Ladies Day is pre'

centiv being held on Tuesday

head of Mercury Outboard who
they play tonight in one of the
most crucial games of the fast
closing 1958 season.
Noel Gibson started on the hill
for the winners and was credited
with his tenth victory of the sea season.
son. season. He gave up eight hits, but
was in no trouble after his team teammates
mates teammates had combed the offerings
of Eladio Hernandez for six hits
and eight runs in the first two in innings
nings innings of Tuesday night's contest.
Obviously mind. ul of tonight's
scheduled game against Mercury,
Gibson left the mound after the
fifth frame and Haas finished up
for Powells. Hernandez weit the
route for the Alumni and was rak raked
ed raked for 10 hits while being charged
with his second loss of the season.
Louis Dedeaux and Freddy Sapp
each had a pair of bits for Pow Powells,
ells, Powells, whi'e St. Cyr, Quinlan and
Eladio Hernandez each had two
for the losers.
Powells vs Mercury Tonight at 7
Powells can, place themselves in
a commanding position tonight it
they are able to overcome the

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado SargearU

The final five events of the C.Z.
j..ui will h held tonight at

the Balboa Stadium starting at
6-30 p.m. Scheduled for tonight
are- 120 low hurdles, discusi broad
jump, pole vault, 660 yrd run.
.u.iuinn of the first five

events held last night the official

standings are:
1. John Clark, Albrook 2242
mil r.ihson. CHS- 2140

' nin Mescal. Albrook 2118

i, Herman Daniel, Ft. Amador

2052

r.ri-Tnotiiaman. B H S -1884

6. Charlei Detore.C H S -1676
7. Bill -Halvosa, B H S 1588
8. LeRoy Rogers, AC 1566
9. Lloyd Brown, BHS- 1072.

It will be a nip and tuck battle
lonight for the first four place men
with Rill Gibson being given a

slight edge since his favorite ev

ents the discua ana oruau jumy
will be run off tonight. It is any-

ones' guess as to wnom win wina-

mornings and all lady members! up in number one apot but you

are cordially invited to come out

and play with those presently participating."

ran be sure of seeing some top

notch competition. The public is
invited, no admission charge.

i

only I MINUTE ow

when you buy it!

Activated after
you buy it!

Hard-riding little Manuel Ycaza
wrenched his back while leaving
the gate aboard Curious Roman
in Tuesday's $11,000 Dinner Stakes
for two-year-olds at Gulfstream
Park. He required medical atten attention
tion attention but was well enough to re resume
sume resume action yesterday.

Curious Roman, a co favorite,

finished third despite the injury

sufiered by Ycaza. Manuel gets
another shot at big money Satur Saturday
day Saturday when he will be aboard out outsider
sider outsider Grey Monarch in the $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 added Florida Derby.

Other top jockeys who will be

in the Derby are Bill Hartack a a-board
board a-board 6-5 favorite Tim Tam, Ed

die Arcaro on Whitley, Willie
Shoemaker on Martins Rullah, Tad
Atkinson on Talent Show and

Howard Grant on Li'l Fella.

oOo
Several Spanish-language c o 1-

umnists, most of them not inter-'

ested in horse racingg. have voic

ed the opinion that an electric tel

euraer is noi necessary at i me
President Remon racetrack.

We disagree. It is our opi opinion
nion opinion that an up-to-ditt modern
racetrack like the local oval
should have every convenience
conducive to th best interests
of th, bettor. The form player's
best friend is accurate timing.

The controversy began when J

was disclosed that track manager
Pablo A. Thayer had received
proposals of $25,000 and $15,000
for the installment of the "magic

j mi, ci. xiie uianKger, Howev However,
er, However, stated that at this time there
is no plan to acquire a teletimer.
oOo
Alcides (Chile) Rodriguez was
scheduled to leave for the V. S
this morning with Argentine thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Singful. The four-year-old
brown colt, owned by Juan Rami Ramirez,
rez, Ramirez, was reportedly old for $7,000
to Statesjde interests.
RodriMez, once an outstanding
local jockey, has reportedly receiv received
ed received a tempting offer to train hors horses
es horses in the United States.
i OOO

Classy native thoroughbred Hen Hen-co'has
co'has Hen-co'has been sent to a farm to

resi up and recover from a pin

unng job. Another racer that,
was recently pin-fired is, the rout

er Horacio.
.' o0c
Chilean turfman Sergio Kohon
Is expected to arrive here soma
time this weak with a ship shipment
ment shipment of nine thoroughbreds
from Chile. He is being accom accompanied
panied accompanied by jockey Enrique Saa-vedra.

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

jinx" Mercury has held over

them so far this season. In their
two previous meetings during the

second halt Mercury uutooaro

holds 5 to 4 and 8 to 1 wins. Mer-

curv also defeated Powells one

out of three times during the first
half oft a 3-to-2 edge on the season.

No starting, pitchers have been

named for tonight's game, but

Noel Gibson s removal from the
mound midway through Tuesday
night's contest would indicate that

he intends to be ready to return

again tonight.

Mercury ace, Charlie Hinz (8-2)

has been ailing with a sore arm
for nearly a week and would be

Louis Charles' logical choice to go
against Powells. Manager Charles
has indicated that he might even
consider going against the first
ha'f champs himself.

Uharies was once a terrific pitch

ing prospect, but has been innac innac-tive
tive innac-tive all year due to a sore back.

If neither Hinz or Charles are rea

dy, Mercury will have to select
from Willie Pretto and Lem Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland to try and notch this all-important
contest tonight at Mt.
Hope Stadium. But whoever be

the pitching opponent, he will have

to curb the big bats of Gibson, De

deaux and Hall if he is to put the

Pacmc-Siders back into the 1958
Atlantic Twilight league race.

Fraley Says Long Distance
Television Fights Must Go

y OSCAR PRALBY I CosteUo. Naturally I got the mus-
I tard and the drenchina.

NEW YORK (UP) Sugar Ray There were the usual amenities

Among the group are the high highly
ly highly rated horse Caracoles, and the

good tilly Sabena.
ooo

A large group of '"gentlemen

riders" have submitted their

names to participate in the "gen

tlemen jockeys race" on May 4.
They are Enrique Joaquin Yau

165, Lt. Tomas Alberto Douglas
135, Cadet Luis G. Suarez 140, Lt.
Marcos Justines 132, Jose A. Val Val-des
des Val-des 135, Jaime Morales 140, Lt.
Carlos J. Martinez 150, Lt. Pedro
160 and Enrique Roger 150.

ooo
Kensington and Surumeno, two
one-time track stars that have
been laid up with ailing underpin underpinnings,
nings, underpinnings, are working out once more
to make a comeback.
Clovelly C.C.
Leads Pacific

;et League

The box score:

CHS-ALUMNI.
St. Cyr 2b
Hayden c-lb
Quinlan lb-rf
Breznick ss
Lapish cf
M. Hernandez rf
Johnson c
Brittle If
Talbot If

Companella 3b
E. Hernandez p

Ab R H
4 J. 2

4 1
3 1
3 0

Po A

4, 0
2 0

C
2
t
3

1
0
0
0

3 0

Komnson apparently is here to

stay but at far as box fighting
goes there are three things which
have to go.
They are:

1. Watching them long distance, Gulfstream

by television.
8. Carmen Basilio, who up to
m Vino iUMX thn thflol'ir that a

man can take only so much pun-l :?e 14 lfl"Mwo ap-

ishment. f" muggers practicing m
3. The lady who sat in front of i LLubay- l thoSh.t theymad.

in the middle of the ring and then
a fellow vith 40-40 vision an-,
nounced to those with the sound
of a healthy tugboat that "they're:
off." Must have wandered in frnm I

Lite a Re-Run

me, wore an ostrich learner in
her hat and could have been no
other than two-ton Tony Galento's
big .sister, three-ton.
In retrospect, after watching
the cash register kid from Har Harlem
lem Harlem take back the middleweight
crown through the magic lantern

at a Broadway theatre, it wasn't

a mistake and picked up Hie re rerun
run rerun of "Dancing in the Dark" but
somebody, either in Chicago or
New York. Dulled a switch nr lu2

gled i lever and in came a pic picture
ture picture which was just about as good
as the old kaleidescope of "Birth
of a Nation."

You could follow it pretty well,

too bad really. I didn't have to u you aion t mina,

6-m"r a vcxiiiiu ueau&cne.

I did, particularly -men

make the trip back from Chicago.

29 4 9 IS 9 4

Hall 'lb
Dedeaux ss
N. Gibson p-3b
Highley3b
Haas P
Hooper cf
Downing 2b
Sapp If
Rosenkrantz c
Cummins rf
Angermueller rf

28 1118 21 0

, Scar by Innings
Alumni 1 0 0 0 2 1 0-4 9
Powells 5 3 0 3 0 0 x-11 10

Prom the Peanut Gallery
It must be admitted that 1 use
the word "watching" rather loose loosely.
ly. loosely. From my aerie in the peanut

11 1 M . l I

gaiiery n was u&e tracking iwo
trained seals through the wrong
end of a telescope in a snow

storm. The picture may have

been so fuzzy because on this
night he didn't have to look
sharp. The customers paid $5 a
head and at those prices, oh hap happy
py happy day, you den't have to watch

Mickey Mantle shave.
It was one of the few blessings.
Nothing was very clear, not
even to the ring announeer. He
introduced Spider Webb as a
"pieces of fighting machine''

while the camera Was focused on

Frankie Sinatra (featherweight j

and Gdorge Raft (obviously grown
into a heavy middleweight.) Oh,
yes, Hedda, Lauren wasn't there.
The lights went out as the par

ticipants clambered into the ring
and the man in back of me said
to his companion:
"Baby, run out in the kitchen
and get me a beer."

Habit, no doubt.

the

iauy m uacK tne stulied a
lighted cigarct m one of those ash

trays op the b'aat c" the seat
my seat. About that time I
thought it was Jimmy Cagney
paying the extreme penalty, with
physical effects:
"Fix up the eye, Sugar," some somebody
body somebody boomed in my ear.
He must have had inside infor information.
mation. information. I couldn't even make out
(Basilio's head.
But I see by the morning pa papers,
pers, papers, the guy must have read the
script, fhe next time, however.
I'n going to be there in person.
My eyes feel, worse than Basilio's.

Sports Briefs
TOWEEL WINS
LONDON (UP)- British Em Empire
pire Empire lightweight champion Willie
Toweel, 136, South Africa, scored
a decision 'over Fernand Poilet,
134u, France. Tuesday night hi
a 10-round non-title bout.

Clovully C.C. Leads In
Pacific Cricket Leagu
Another fighting game of crick cricket
et cricket at Paraiso, last Sunday, be between
tween between the Paraiso and Clovelly

C.C. gave the latter the lead in

the Pacific cricket league.

Three double figure innings of

34, 19 and 17 by C. Mike, C. Lash Lash-ley
ley Lash-ley and O. Rollax, respectively

were the ioundation on which

Clovelly's batting was laid. A

The scores were Clovelly 82

runs for 4 wickets and Paraiso .68

all out.

Bowling for Paraiso Williams

took 3 wickets for 20 runs, Shan

1 for 39, Capt. Bruton fl lor 4 and
Burns 0 for 12.

Umpires were J. Tudor and A.
Barber.
Prizes given by the league at
the end of every match wore won
by shipper Thomas for his bowl bowling
ing bowling in taking the most wickets at
a cost of just over two runs for
wicket and C. Mike for the high highest
est highest score for the match.

Next Sunday, Clovelly C.C. will

play the Womack American Whis

ky C.C, at Paraiso. Game starts

at 12:30 p.m.

PALMER HEADS FIELD
WILMINGTON, N.C. (UP)-De-fendmg
champion Arnold Palmer

The man in back of me came of Latrobe, Pa., heads a probable
umbdiith hptjdogs andlitartinz fieWot.l22 fot ;he $15,000
soft dWMIirit sittmg In my lap ftfalesO Jpen g" tournament
and thin domg an Abbott to my opening here on Friday.

CENTURY CLUB

PROVIDENCE, R. I. (NEAV (NEAV-Roddy
Roddy (NEAV-Roddy Dashnaw of Brown joined

the exclusive Century Club boost
ing his varsity hockey point pro
duction to 104.

" i

Guarantee good
Here... and in the U.S.A.

til 1

DRI CHARGED BATTERY

Available at your Service Station

ftmfotu
"THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE"
Transiftthmiaii Highway 31501
USE OUR BUDGET PLAN.

BULLFIGHTS
AT
LA MACARENA
SUNDAY MARCH 30 4:30 P.M.
BENEFIT PROGRAM for the
HOME of the BLIND
MATADORS
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelin)
and
ALFREDO LEZAMA
L Mexican caste bulls 4
POPULAR PRICES

rs Covered Section

$1.00 $2.00

Tickets on sale at the usual places.

I Don t get hot set KGDLS I
I Now with or without filter H
m Relax ... The next act will be better . MeanwhUe, why I'
. not light up a aoothing Kool. Here's a cigarette that's just
''mi packed with smoking pleasure... That's because Kools are B
W made with the world's finest tobaccos plus refreshing I
And Kools, are now available toith' or 'without filter! m
m They're fresher, too, because they're made right here m



HTJRSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958

TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAUP NINt
Florida Derby Stresses S-Year-Old Trouble
i

'
CLEAR TRACK

UMUKB TUB
0UMPtJ3T
$TKBTCH
OP TMS

lir. iTV lttT "eM r- &.

By .JIMMY BRfSLIN

Pacific Softball

League

STANDINGS

NEW YORK (NBA) "I train
hnrso 11 Cunnv lim ITittfiim mm

always says, lor a wnoie cam campaign,
paign, campaign, not just one race.
"li you do the job rignt, he is
stiil running in Novembti. But
a three-year-old is such a tricsy
iirnnnsition vou never know

what's going to happen.''
iae $1UO,0uO Kloriaa Derby at Yearns
GuLstream Park, Marl 29, is as Abernathy Unispert
good an example of the troub es j Cerveceria Nacional
o. handling a three year-old as 1 Ft. 'Clayton
can be found. 'Bokel
Mr. Fitz's hope, Misty Flight,! Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.

has been shipped back .o iew
York for a rest while they try
and figure out what's wrong witn
the colt. Nadir, the big, strap strapping
ping strapping winner o. The Garden Staie
last year, won't be in it, either
Bull Hancock's big guy flattened
out in the Flamingo stretch and
seemed to be ailing.
Not present, too, is Jewel's Re Reward,
ward, Reward, whose stretch duel with
Tim Tarn in the Flamingo was a
knockout. Kentucky Pride, Tim
Tarn's front-running Calumet part partner,
ner, partner, is in the barn.

W L
5 1

Pet.
.833
.714
.667
.167
.000

Next Games
March 27 Cerveceria Nacio Nacional
nal Nacional vs Bokel.
March 28 Ft. Kobbe Regu
lars vs Ft. Clayton Cavaliers.
March 31 Cerveceria Nacio Nacional
nal Nacional vs. Ft. Kobbe Regulars.
April 1 Abernathy Unisporl
vs Bokel.
Cerveceria Nacional Dweni
Abernathy I ii sport
S to 4

TNs loaves Gulfstroam with
Tim Tarn, an odds-on favorite to
give Ben and Jimmy Jones an another
other another $100,000 jackpot Li'l Fella,
strong at two last year Gray
Monarch, Lincoln Road, Dry Court
and Whitley.
The last named is a compara

tive newcomer to the picture, but

the mere fact that Max Hirsch,
the one they call Foxy Maxie, has
shipped him from winter quar quarters
ters quarters at Columbia, S. C. is enough
to intrigue.
Wheels have been flying off the
better three-vear-old Drosneet. in

wholesale lots. And before you men supported Lane as the Uni Uni-judge
judge Uni-judge what's left now, it must belsporters scored only in the first,
ke:Dt in mind that as often as not sixth and seventh inning.

the important name in March and Hitting stars were McGlade,
April is just an added starter with' three singles, and Jones with

later.

Gainine a full saint on the

league leaders. Cerveceria Nacio

nal Pan Liquido downed me Aoer
nathy Unisports 8-to-4 for their
first defeat in the current second

half.

Giving up only five hits, McNair
Lane got the win as he edged
Lou Hilzineer of the Unisporters,

who Bave the Beermen total of

siirhf hits for eieht runs.

Lane masterly controlled the V-

nisporters while receiving brilliant

infield backing Dy tne ueermen m-

larlrine Hilzineer for fours runs

i-n the second inning on a double,

two sigles and two fielder's choic-.

es, a walk and an error, tne ueer

wwy -jliB

I 11 m jS
jHH Js : : Hlsssl

P. JOtntd it

cheffing And Cubs Share

ine Consoling Thought; Only

lirection In Standings Is Up

By HAL WOOD
MESA, Ariz., March 27 CUP)-

Manager Bob Scheffing and his

Chicago Cubs share one consoling

thought: the only direction they

can travel in the standings is upward.

Scheffing and the front office

feel the Cubs "are on the read

back". But the first division still
appears a long way off. If the

Cubs can climb a few notcnes tnis
season, they'll be satisfied. Last
year they finished in a tie with
Pittsburgh for last place.

"We'll have better pitching, a

better infield defense and more
power at the plate than we hac!
last year," says Scheffing. "And

we'll win, more ball games.

Long and Banks: Power
The power men on the club are

first" baseman Dale Long and

shortstop Ernie Banks. Long bit

for a .298; average last year,

clouting 2l4iome runs; and Banks
smashed 43 homers while hitting

285 and driving m iuz runs, iney

furnish the one'two punch.

For second and third base mere

Is a wide-open race. There is the

possibility that a young man
named Frank Ernaga could nail
down the third base job if he con

tinues to show power. He has

been taking special batting les'

sons from Rogers Hornsby. He hit

Ait this time last year in Flori

da, Calumet seemed to have it

made. Iron Liege, Gen. Duke and

Barbizon were on the track. But
the day before the Derby, at
Churchill Downs, Ben and Jimmy

Jones stood mournfully in front

of Gen. Duke s stall and decided
the .horse's bad foot would keep
him out.

Iron Liege took it, but later in

the year Bold Ruler, Gallant Man
and Round Table monopolized the
field.

Putting a young horse is an de demanding
manding demanding a test as the mile and
an eighth Florida Derby this ear early
ly early in the ear goes against many
trainers.

' Hit rhev ran'r fiirtt iwiirfrnm

L11C Mlfi pUl 9C, aU 111 VC" "e

and a iu per cent-minaed jock jock-ey
ey jock-ey gives him a no-hold ride.

two singles.

The box score:
Abernathy
Taht
Malent
Jones
Hilzinger
Husted
Flynn
Chance
Trout
De La Mater
Cheney
Carvtceria
McArthur -,
Padron
Huertas
Ostrea
Lane
Kosik
BHg
Pfhal
McGltde

, TEENAGE BOWLERS Members of the Fort Amador Teenagers Bowling League are shown at the Fifteenth Naval Dis District
trict District Headquarters Annex Bowling Alleys, where they, meet each Friday night tor weekly competition between the six teams comprising
the league. They are: (1. to r. seated) Wally Steileau, Jim Rowan, Rick Sexton, Dennis Baus, Steve Mehiel, Bill Behan, and Earl
Drew. (1. to r. 2nd row Jerry Sullivan, Jane Miller, Leslie Eastwood, Judy Sullivan, Melinda Weisharr, Donna Brigando, Sally Jones,
Tudi Balbirnie, and Patti Andrew. (1. to r. back row) Terry Moore. Larry Dial, Charlie Concannon,' Joe Russ. George Metzger, Yank
Rowan, Wally Utley, and John Dwoark. (OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTOGRAPH)

a n n LJ

mo rv n

i 2 1

0

i

1
o
o

o
o

o

a

li

4 1
i i
5 1
A
t 2

S 0 1
3 0 3

Bilko Ready To
Pack Weight
TAMPA, Fla. (NEA) When
Steve Bilko reported to the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs this season. Birdie Tebbetts
asked him what he weighed.
"Between 200 and 300," Bilko
ancuiprprl Up actually MPS 251.

T ha inn hit Msninor R)H.

betts says, "I don't care what he
weighs. I'll buy all the potatoes
he can eat and haul 'em to his
house."
i This .attitude is -a far cry from
the Cardinals, who tried to. em employ
ploy employ Bilko's big bat in their line lineup.
up. lineup. Bilke reported weighing 265.
"At noon, the other guvs sat a-

roond the clubhouse eating bit?

sanawicnes and drinkme cokes.

he recalls. "What did thev cive

e? A piece of ictv I lost 40

pounds, and still wound up in

me minors, it i nad to go

"rougau again, i d quit base-
hall

.314 in 20 games with the Cubs

at the tail end of the season in

1957.

Scheffing can't put up his first

line of pitching defense right now

That's because Moe Drabowsky is

doing a six-months hitch in the
Army and won't be ddt until April

12. nut he is- counting on the

young right-hander in a jbig way

Rookie Impresses
"Our Jrst four (pitchers prob probably
ably probably will be Dick Drott (15-11)
Drabowsky (13-15), Tay)6r Phi Philips
lips Philips (32 with Milwatlke last
year), and Jim Brosnan (5-5),"
says Scheffing. "From'here on
down I don't know.
.r? '...V-
"But 1 mu say that I'm
mighty impressed with ,oile of onr
rookies, Glen Hobbie. ffe had a
15-15 record for Memphis in the
Southern Association last year
and has looked very strong so far
in spring training, camp."
The catching looks strong with
Cal Neeman and Sam' Taylor first
in line, followed by. Elvin Tappe,
Morrie Thacker and? Gordon Mas Mas-sa.
sa. Mas-sa. The iatter three are batting
for the No. 3 spot.
The first line of defense in the
outfield is made up of Walt Moryn
In. left, Chuck Tanner in center
and Lee Walls in right. But there
isn't a .300 hitter ia the lot.

Indians' Big Retread
Job Starts Too Late

GOOD BRAKES m
A SMALL
INVESTMENT
..MR LOTS Of
SAFETY

U Will cost you less to have brake service done befdre major
1 repair is necessary. It costs 'much more for grinding scored
drums, honing cylinders, or even doctor bills. -J

Wrier Safety if Concerned
Don't1 Compromise for Less
Demand The Beit...
..NU,N,Waihir
LOCKHEED HYDRAULIC
BRAKE PARTS and FLUID

Bex 1913 TEL. 3-4550
)

By HARRY GRAYSON
TUCSON, Ariz. (KEk) Base Baseball
ball Baseball attendance in Cleveland fell
off a shocking two million and
this year's advance sale is disap disappointing.
pointing. disappointing. And the outlook isn't any more
encouraging at Hy Corbett Field
in the sprawling desert health re resort
sort resort that is Tucson. The Indians
have gone over the hill and have
been slow in getting the retread
job started. There are too many
o'd players and the' young fellows
don't look like much. Frank Lane
came a year too late to get the
club anywhere in particular this
trip. Bobby Bragan will have to
do it with veterans, since few of
the kids are qualified to move in.
Herb Score will have to set
the strikeout records Bob Feller
and others predict to win with this
outfit.
General Manager Lane starts
worrying about what to use for
an infie.d. The Tribe is desperate desperately
ly desperately in need of a seebnd baseman
and Lane gave up on Chico Car Car-rasquel
rasquel Car-rasquel as a shortstop in Chicago
three years ago. Carrasquel has
been over-rated since his iirst two
years in the American League.
The idea is to play Bobby Avi Avi-la
la Avi-la at third, but the, Mexican is
far short of his championship
form. Lane took run-o'-mine Milt
Boiling from Washington just in
case he has to go with what he
has at second base. Larry Raines,
a fairly good hitter; could play
third base.

in the relief department unless

Hoyt Wilhelm stages a comeback.
Others are Cal McLish, Vito Va Va-lentinetti
lentinetti Va-lentinetti and the left-handed Bud
Daley and Hal Woodeshick, the
later acquired from Detroit with
J. W. Porter in the rather surpris surprising
ing surprising Jim Hegan deal.
Jim (Mudcat) Grant, who bag bagged
ged bagged 18 for San Diego with a 23.2
earned-run average, can really
throw, Dick Brodowski, also on
the San Diego roster, is attract attracting
ing attracting some attention.
'With Hegan gone, Russ, Nixon
is a good -bet to do considerable
catching, although Dick Brown,
Score's battery mate in high
school, will be discharged from
the Army shortly and is liked by
baseball men. The other catchers
are Hal Naragon and Porter, who
has yet to find a position he can
play well enough to be of help.
The Indians haven't much
punch. The infield is inferior, the
pitching declining
Not even Frank Lane .and Bob Bobby
by Bobby Bragan can talk them out of
that. i

Sports Briefs

RULER TOP RATED

LAUREL. Md. (UP)- Wheatley
Stabje's Bold Ruler, 1957 "Horse

of the Year, heads 53 nomina

tions for the $25,000 added Laurel
Handicap April 26. Among others

entered are Oncarchv. Oh Johnnv.i

and Paper Tiger,

HATTON WITH STARS
NEW YORK UP)- Vera Hat-

ton, high scorer for Kentucky in-

its nlaa championship victory
over Seattle, was named today as
a member of the College AU AU-Americans
Americans AU-Americans team that will'' play the
Harlem Globetrotters here Sunday.

PANAMA AMERICAN

WANT AD

PUROUE BOOKS HUSKIES
LAFAYETE, Ind. (UP)- Pur Purdue
due Purdue will open its 19K1 and 1962
football seasons with games
against the University of Washington.

kam v a,-i aus j itrssi-. w tto

LAIS FILL YOUR NEEDS!

THE SITUATION ISN'T helped
any defensively at- first base,
where about all Vic Wertz does i
ccatch the ball and Jim Vernon
is 40. Extra infielders are Fred
Hatfield, Bill Harrell and a Panaa Panaa-manian
manian Panaa-manian named Clarence Moore
from Louisville. Nothing much,

though Harrell can hit a bit.

The best part of; the club is thti i sophomore, end last year and

outfield composed of Minnie Mind Mind-so,
so, Mind-so, Roger Maris and strong-armed
Rocky Colavito, with Gene Wood Wood-ling
ling Wood-ling and Dick Williams in reserve.
Maris looks like a solid hitter and
nlavs center field well. Joe Caffie

is an accomplished and swift out out-fie'der.
fie'der. out-fie'der. but packs no power. Caft

roll Hardy, the- gxeat Colorado

athlete, is out of the military and
could stick around,
The Indians still have all the

pitching names, except for, Early

wynn, dui tne Dig years coma ee
behind Bob Lemon and Mike Gar

cia, although the latter is 20

pounds lighter and seems faster
than in more recent ampaigns.

The starters will be Score, Lem

on, Garcia, Ray Narleski and
Don Mossi.

STARING NARLESKI AND
OSSt leaves Mana'ger Bragan,
working in a strange league short

Holt Is New
Sooner Name

NORMAN, Okla (NEA) r-Jack-ie
Holt is Oklahoma's most improv improved
ed improved football player in spring prac practice;;
tice;; practice;; Now the number one left half halfback;.
back;. halfback;. Holt didn't letter last fall.
He shows good speed and lateral
motion and throws the running
pass well.

Steve Jennings played guard as

will probably go at left tackle

next autumn. Jim Davis, the
number two center last year, is
the top left guard this spring as
the coaches try to get all the best
players on one team.
i
Dave Baker and Bobby Boyd
look fine at quarterback. Baker
proved himself when he broke up
the Orange Bowl game with Duke,
scoring two touchdowns and for forward
ward forward passing another besides,
standing out on defense. Bnvd's

quick grasp this spring of strange

quarter&acking chores is noticea noticeable.
ble. noticeable. Ronnie Hartline, sophomore full fullback
back fullback who was voted the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding player in last season's Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma Oil Bowl and- Ntttontt All All-Star
Star All-Star games, has excel'ent form.
Another hard-hitting soph f u 1 1 1-back
back 1-back in Wallace Johnson.
V

e

. sV

"A

GRACE

LINE

NN0UNCES

The I

NAUGURATION

Uf'

FORTNIGHTLY
Service From United States And Canadian Pacific Coast Ports
Direct from Los Angeles to the Repijblic of Panama and Canal Zone

SAILS
VANCOUVER
Santa Leonor. ...... Mar. 12
Santa Juana. ..... . Mar. 27
Santa Flavia. Apr. 12
Santa Elian a. ....... Apr. 30
Santa Adela fl . Mav 15

SAILS SAILS
SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES

DUE
BALBOA

Mar, 23 Mar. 26
Apr. 7 Apr. JO
Apr. 22 Apr. 25
May 7 May 10
May 22 May 25

Apr.
Apr.
May
May
Jun.

3
18
3
18
2

Each Equipped With 27,500 Cubic Feet

1 Refrigerator Cargo Space
For Further Information Apply

Agencies Co.

CRISTOBAL, C. Zi
GRACE LINE BUILDING

TEL. 3-213-

PANAMA, R. P.
No. 3, CALLE '1"
-TEL. 2-0556

BALBOA, C. Z.

TERMINAL BUILDING
TEL. 2-2150

I
J

il
Hi
in m



PAGE TIN

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 17,
CLASSIFIEDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
TH8 SPACE IS FOR SAU
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE J-0740

Bi AHIM

Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Octanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Chalet three bed bed-rot
rot bed-rot ms, Avenida 9 No. 40 (La
Ciesta) $175.00, Tel. 3 4669
1 :00-5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT Newly construct constructed
ed constructed Chalet $150.00, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room,
large garage. Call 3-3948.
FOR RENT Furnished house
2 bedrooms, living, dining
reoms, etc. Street 48 No. 25 Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Phone 3-1863.
TOR RENT House fully fur-;
nished in Bella Vista for Embas Embassy,
sy, Embassy, Consulate or diplomat, 3
bedrooms, drawing-dining room,
kitchen, 2 bathrooms, hot water
service room with bathroom,
air-conditioned, room space for
6 cars, garden patio, contract six
months or mora $200.00 47 St.
No. 17. Can be seen from 9 to
12 and 4 to 7.
FOR RENT April 1st. Pent Penthouse,
house, Penthouse, three-bedrooms, living,
dicingroom, terrace, large kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. For information call 3 3-4641.
4641. 3-4641. Commercial Sites
FOR RENT Spaces in com-
mercial building to be located
1 r corner of J into Arose me na
! and 43rd Street. Phone 3-
4641.
FOR RENT Offices Central
Avenue No. 28.
Hawks Have Chance
To Make NBA Finals
Before Celtics' Five
a
NEW YORK, March 27 (UP)
The St. Lours Hawks now have a
chance to beat the Boston Celtics
into the final round of the Nation National
al National (Basketball Association playoffs
It seemed that the Celtics would
hp the first team to land in the
last bracket Wit. they blew a
chance for a series sweep over
the Philadelphia Warriors last
night when they dropped a 112-97
decision at Philadelphia.
The defeat cut Boston's lead
in the semi-finals to 3-1 and post postponed
poned postponed the series clinching at least
until the next game.
t
St. Louis, holding a '3-1 lead o o-ver
ver o-ver Detroit in their western divi division
sion division series, can wrap that up by
whipping the Pistons tonight in
St. Louis. You could concede
home-court edge to the Hawks in
this vital game except that the
oniy loss they've suliered so tar
to the Pistons was in St. Louis.
Tom Gola sparked the Warrioers
to the victory that kept them at
least temrjorarily "alive" in the
eastern division. Playing a bril
liant floor game, he alsq notched
31 points to tie with teammate
Paul Aritin lor top scoring lion
ors. Nil Johnston chipped in
with 25 more while Tom Hein
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division ol Cristobal
Charles b. Malsbury, Plaintiff vs.
Ekuiy C. MalsDury, defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 2188 Civil Docket 10 Ac Action
tion Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in Ihe
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for relief demand demanded
ed demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie E.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this eighteenth day of March, 1958.
C. T. McCormiek, Jr.,
Clerk
(Seal)
By s David M. Jenkins
i Deputy Clerk
i To Emily C. Malsbury
The foregoing summons Is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the Dtstrlct of the Canal Zone,
dated March 17, 1958, and entered and
filed in this action- in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the, Division of Cristobal, on
March 17, 1958.
C. T. McCormiek, Jr.,
Clerk
By s David M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk

I Houses

Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
5 minis, from the heart ol
Son Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences in Suites and Bungalows,
all with private bath. Hot and cold water.
Prices: $6 and $8 dally, with meals.

For reservations P. O. Box 4459
Manager: Bill and Elenor Jaspers

'

Apartments
ATTENTION, 0. I.I Just built
moder furnished sp&fttneinti, J,
2 bedrooms, hot. Cold
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FR RENT Apartment, living,
dining room, kitchen, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, independent services.
Ave. la San Francisco, No. 43.
FOR RENT Arrtment, two
bedrooms, living, dilSaej room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco, Front church,
Bofica del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
FOR RENT From April 15,
to September 15, completely
furnished three bed-room a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, hot water, garage,
$150.00. Phone 3-2279 from
6:00 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Apt., master bedroom
airconditioncd. 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. lei. 3-0471, 2-3343 for
informatiin Lombardo. i
FOR RENT Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms with or
without furnishings near Hotel
El Panama, 3-7658.
FOR RENT Beautiful mod modern
ern modern furnished two bedroom spa spacious
cious spacious apartment. Hot water, Pe Peru
ru Peru Avenue 37-20.
FOR RENT As of May 15,
beautiful 2 bedroom apartment,
large sitting and dining room.
Two baths, maid's room and
bath. Situated on "F" street No.
374, El Cangrejo. Phone 3 3-0319
0319 3-0319 during office hours.
Rainbow City
Softball Loop
FIREMEN WIN STREAK STOP
PED BY BABY SALAS;
CARLOTJOWH HURLS
THREE HITTER
By HERBERT MOISE
With the largest crowd to ever
watch a softball in the Atlantic
side over 1,250 persons looking
on, the high flying Cafe Coolspot
Firemen were finally defeated by
the score of 4 to 1 by Deportivo
(Baby Salas, behind the fine three
hit pitching of Carlos "Carlibum"
Joseph.
This was the Firemen's first
loss in two seasons. They won all
their outings in 1957 and their first
two this year to run up a record
of 14 games with one tie game
thrown in. In losing, Paul Walk Walker's
er's Walker's Coolspot team went down like
champions, fighting grimly to the
very end.
Derwrtivo Babv Salas started
scoring early and continued scor scor-ing
ing scor-ing for three innings to run their
tally to four. The Salas kids scor scored
ed scored one in the first, one in the sec second
ond second and two in the third, while
Carlos Joseph held tho Firemen
scoreless until the fourth.
In winning, Mickey Robinson's
Salas team collected five hiis off
Bob Moolchan and Herman Agard
while Joseph, who went all the
way for Salas, yielded only three
hits, too of which went to Wally
Anderson. For the winners, Hiim Hiim-berto
berto Hiim-berto Arthurs also had two hits.
With this loss, the Firemen Cool Cool-spot
spot Cool-spot team dropped into a first
place tie with the Salas Club. This
is strange surroundings for the
high flying Firemen, who have
been front runners ever since com
ing into the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball League.
Lin Score
Dep. Salas
Coolspot
Joseph and Joseph.
Agard and McMorris.
R H E
4 5 0
1 3 3
Moolchan,
sohn led he Celtics with 20.
The Warriors had oply a 45-41
halftime lead and were on top by by-only
only by-only 71-67 with 1:45 left in the
third period. But then six straight
points by Arizin broke the game
open.
WASTE NO TIME
1 AUSTIN, Tex. (NEA) -Coaches
say it will take a world record
to win anything in the sprint re relays
lays relays of the Texas Relays, March
28-29.

LB AVE TOOK AO WITH ONK or mm

INTERNAL. OK PUBLIC ACIONES-No S Lotierj PlraaCMAZALOO Central
BARDO-No. M "BT Street MOBRISONlh of
FARM AO A LUX-1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD raCHANUE J Fed la
the Bella Vista Theatre, COLON: Central Avenue S12.1SS Tat 433

Automobiles 1 1
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. Rids will be closed 5 April.
FOR SALE 1949 Packard
4-door, $100.00. Halicrafter
radio $50.00. Phone Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 2-1009.
FOR SALE 1950 4-door
OMsmoSile 88, new tires, radio
anr heater, reliable transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Call Gamboa 283 after 6,
evenings.
FCR 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
good mechanical con dition,
$250 Telephone 3-4073,
Panama.
FOR SALE 1949 Buick (Dy (Dy-na
na (Dy-na flow) 4-door Sedan, motor
just overhauled1, good paint,
fine appearance excellent tiros,
radio and brand new battery.
Bal. 2800 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE 1953 Ford Con Convertible
vertible Convertible with Fordomatic, radio,
heater, WSW and nylon top.
Call 83-7200.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick good
condition $250 cash. Phono
Panama 3-7455 or 2-771, Mr.
Alemdn.
FOR SALE 1952 Ford Cut Cut-tomlino
tomlino Cut-tomlino 2-door sedan. Low
mileage. Recently painted and
upholstered. Phono B a I boa
1580.
FOR SALE Sedan Oldsmobile,
4 doors 1949, Perfect condition,
fiesh painted. Call Arturo Lin Lin-de
de Lin-de 3-1683, office hours. J
ON SALE 1958 Radio Am
teur's handbook. Get your copy
now at Morrison's "J" Street
and Fourth of July and Lewis
Service, Tivoli Avonuo.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Good family car. Dyna Flo,
Radio, Tinted Glass. Tel. 84-
3184.
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet
Convertible. Powergtido, radio,
heater, new top, WSW tiros, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, Army officer
leaving, must soil $1195. Call
Fort Clayton 2108 between 4-7
p.m.
"AIRES"
Cameras
U.lilill II.
PANAMA o COLON
TRANSISTOR'
ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
temperature of the sun
only $32.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
? Gibraltar Life Ins, Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
x representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-49843-4085
LIMA
EXCURSION
April n to 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel service
Tel. 2-1661.

'1

annm nm nn

Home Articles
FOR SALE On dining tat
mahogany, 5 chairs, table, buf buffet.
fet. buffet. Curundu. Phone 2244.
FOR SALE 1 metal dresser.
1 metal chiffonairo, 3 dining
chairs. Phono Balboa 1792.
FOR SALE RCA Television
and attaching record player.
Pickwick swivel modal. Call
83-2121.
FOR SALE Household arti article,
cle, article, old stylo cayuco ,20, fit fit-tod
tod fit-tod for outboard $55, odds and
ends. Taylor K. M. Foots, 2311
B Saturday, Sunday. Tol. 2 2-1327
1327 2-1327 Las Crucos or 83-5162.
Real Estate
FOR SALE Furnished cottage,
Gorgona Beach. Beautiful ocean
view. Jujt rake linens and move
in; Phono Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE Farm 43 acres
fenced, running water, 6 miles
from Chorrera. Phone Curundu
2288.
FOR SALE Concrete house,
Santa Clara Beach. Fully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, electric refrigerator, gai
stove, all tile floors and bath,
gaiage. Bargain. Phone Balboa
4319.
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams

W L
24 12
23 13
22 14
21M. 14V4
19V4. 16VSt
18 18
17 19
17 19
15 21
14 22
13 23
Men's di-

Lile Savers
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Turco Products
Firestone Tirea
Gillette Blades
National Elfectric
Ebonite Tornadoes
Shtiws Gifts
Grecha Music Store
Vaux Hall Cars
Boyd Brothers Ins.
vision Mead, Stinson, Glontz. Wom Women's
en's Women's division Mangels, Storey, D.
Williams.
Ebonite Tornadoes 1
Life Savers 1
This may 1e off season for tor tornadoes,
nadoes, tornadoes, but the Ebonite Torna Tornadoes
does Tornadoes tore into the league leaders
with full velocity in the first two
games. But "as devastating a
they were in the first two games
they turned cajm in the finale,
blew the same and the Life Sav
ers saved said game into their
own win column.
By dropping two, the Life Sav
ers, have hold of first place by
the margin of one point. Diminu Diminutive
tive Diminutive lassy, L. Lau led the Ebo
nites on the march to victory with
531, louowed Dy Dig George Soto s
515 and Curly. Bates 502. Th two
damsels for the Life Savers, did
the bulwark of the work for their
team while all the boys were out
of the running. Mickey La Beau
had a beauty of a set 550, and
binny De Veau a 525.
Turco Products 2
Firestone Tires 1
Turco Products climbed in the
league standings, wheras the Fire
stone Tires dropped a few notch
es. The Turcos in third pace are
wuiv iwu puuiis uui oi iirsi piace.
Spotting the Firestone Tires 18
pins, the Turcos cleaned the op opposition
position opposition quite easily in the open opening
ing opening and closing games but In the
PACIFIC MINOR LEAGUE
During the past week (March
17-21) there were five well play played
ed played games with all scores being wi
lder the ten runs mark with one
exception; which indicates that the
youngsters are beginning to learn
the rudiments of good baseball.
The standings of the teams at
th end of the week:
Teams
Grace Line
Fidanque
Balboa Pilots
PAA Clippers
Libby's
W L
5 1
DEMAND AMERICAN BOOKS
LONDON, March 27 (UP)-
Moscow Radio reported last night
that the demand for books by
'American authors is increasing
every year in Russia,
The broadcast said more than
four million books by American
authors were published in Russia
during the last tbree months of
1957. Soviet publishers plan to put
out editions of Edgar Allan Poe,
i Ernest Hemingway and Mark
Twain this year, the radio said.

iKaaaaaaaaaaaV. J

JLm ... kMtM. I mflll nrflADfl-1 Stmt No. IS AGENC1AS

Ave tt LOOTnS PHARMACY. 11! U CaMeswriB. r ARM AC1A LOM
FABMACI ESI ADOS ONIDOS-leS Central Av
Osm Aw N 41 FOTO DOMY Jnste Arowmens Ave. and 33 St FARM ACM

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Booklet Fact A A-bout
bout A-bout the Leitery. for sale at
all newsstands. Only $0.75.
FOR SALE Kenmore Wringer-type
washer. Good condition.
Best price. Phone Paneme 3 3-5079
5079 3-5079 after 5 "?
FOR SALE Complete tot
Kenneth Smith golf clubs. Phone
2-2495 5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE Any part or all
of following shares: 750 Cuen Cuen-tas
tas Cuen-tas lvPd. 75 Finamai 10
Pfd 75 Finanaas Common.
Priced to give 9Vi return.
Call Jack Scribner 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348.
FOR SALE Hot water heat heater,
er, heater, gas, 20 gallons in good con condition.
dition. condition. Call office hours 2-4611,
after 3-4613.
FOR SALE Medium sised,
saddle horse ideal for children,
very tame and in good health.
Sell eomnletc. including saddle,
L bridle, rope, etc. Only $42.00.
Call Panama 3-7493 during of office
fice office hours.
FOP. SALE 1 plate glass dis display
play display caae, f long glass (helves
and mirror doors. Eacellent con condition
dition condition $45.00. Tel. Panami ,3 ,3-4982
4982 ,3-4982 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30
P.
middle game, the Firestone flash flashed
ed flashed good form and rolled on the
winning side of the ledger.
The Turco Froaucts lineup was
studded with a quartet oi 500 se
ries. Mel Leidner won the Oscar
with 566, Lou Glud shipped in 540
and the two duchesses in the ar
ray Lena Burrjhett 540 and Heln
Glufl 505. r or the Firestone me
Hill family took over, Ann 11
548 and Jerry 511.
Pabt Blue Ribbon 3
Gillette Blades 0
While Hollywood was giving a a-way
way a-way awards, at the Balboa Lanes
they were giving away Blue Rib
bons to the five Pabst Beer. Ev
ery one of the Pabst pinslers cov
ered themselves with glory all
having 500 sets, and thev finish
ed in the same order as listd
on their score sheet.
Blackie Miller 549, Kitty Calla Calla-hair
hair Calla-hair 530, her husband Bill 516.
Stick Stinson 513 and Mildred
Neeley 502. With this out p u t,
Pabsts took all three points from
the Gillette Blades who were not
very sharp this week. The Two
dolls in the Gillette package, Ca
rol Bowen and Dottie Williams
came through with 508 and 515
and the anchor man Jimmy Bow
en 501.
National Electric Center 2
Grecha Music 1
National Electric had two can
didates in the 500 fraternity and
Grecha Music Shop had one, and
that is exactly how the match
came out, National 2 Grecha 1
Every game was closely contest
ed, National Electric appliances
applied a za pin win in tne open
er.
Grecha of Central Avenue reta retaliated
liated retaliated by winning by 12 pins, andd
the Electric came back by 25 25-pins.
pins. 25-pins. The Nationals standouts;
were Duane Cheatum with 542
and Mimi Metzger made 515. For
the Grecha Jess Pate's 513 was
the best tune played on the pins.
Shaws Gilt Store 2 Vaux Hall l
In the battle between Tiyoli Av Avenue
enue Avenue Shaws versus automobile
row's standout Civa Vaux Halls,
Shaws got back into the winning
ways by taking two out three
points. Shaws were giving away
a gift of 30 pips handicap and
this proved costly in the first
game because Shaws lost it by
4 pins. Alter that the Shaws
showered the pins into two win winning
ning winning markers.
The Vauxhall Cars were power powered
ed powered by the Freund family with
the Mrs. coming out ahead of
Earl 506 to 501. For the Shaws
the ladies were the main attrac
tion with Bev Lawson 562 and
Trudi Garni 540. Helping them
was bod loarun s ai
Aldent Mail Order 1
Boyd Brothers Insurance 2
Th two cellar occupants even
ly matched with only six pins
separating them came together.
4 and these six pin premium came
5 in mighty handv for the Bov d
Brothers insurance peddlers, be
cause it insured them from leav
ing the cellar. After drooping the
first game to Aldens Mailorder
out of Chicago and Panama the
Boyd Pelicans pinned down a win
by six pins. With this premium
the Boyd Brothers and sisters
went on to take the odd point.
As in many of the other match
es the ladies carried the load
Marian Howard and Nancy Mur
phy combmed to have the only
500 sets for Boyds, Marian a big
big 567 and Nancy 501. For Al
dens catalogers Al Barnes bar-
gam was a $5.01 Mem.

Boats b Motors

FOR SALE Two loading
barges, 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 3-7411,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE Excellent oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to acquire exceptional
motor boat. The famous Thun Thun-derbird
derbird Thun-derbird "Jerdnimo" 16 feet all
fiberglass with built-in flotation
chamber. Two 1958 Johnsons
35 H.P. plastic windshield and
special sun canopy. Practically
new, in perfect condition, speed
35 to 40 m.p.h. Also included
specially designed factory tilt
trailer for easy loading in shal shallow
low shallow water. Cost $2,740.00, will
sacrifice for $2,400.00. Ready
to launch. Call Panama 3-7493
office hours.
Todd Plane's Engine
May Have Failed
CAP Probe Shows
WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautics Board to today
day today blamed possible engine fail failure
ure failure lor the plane crash that
killed showman Mike Todd.
The CAB said its preliminary
investigation indicated that the
Starboard engine of Todd's twin twin-engine
engine twin-engine Lockheed Lodestar failed
13,000-feet over New Mexico last
Saturday.
The plane, bound from Califor
nia to New York, carried Todd
and three others to their deaths.
Todd was buried Tuesday be
fore 5,000 curious onlookers and
his lovely widow, actress Eliza
beth laylor, at Chicago.
ihe actress rested today in the
seclusion of her Hollywood home.
i.: i i i i uu : i .....
luuuaiiu aisu ueiu iiieuiuriai serv services
ices services for Todd uesday. Last night
it turned to passing out its annu annual
al annual Academy Awards with Todd's
Widow as a nominee for best ac
tress of the year. She didt not
attend.
The CAB said its field investi investigators
gators investigators reported that the oil sump
in the starboard engine of Todd's
plane "contained an abnormal
quantity of metal fragments indi
eating there may have been i
substantial internal failure." The
report also said the starboard
propeller had been feathered to
Keep it from windmulmg.
' The CAB emphasized that its
report was only preliminary.
A CAB investigator said at the
crash 'scene Saturday that one of
the plane's engines was buried
nearly four feet in the ground.
mai suggested tne piaen plum
meted nose first.
The investigator also said it
was possible that the wings had
iced up or that one of the engines
was not working at the time of
me crasn.
Todd's pilot reported, icing con
ditions some time before the
crash while flying at 11,000 feet.
He requested and received
permission to go to 13,000 feet.
The last word from the plane
was that it was flying at the
higher altitude.
CAB safety experts said nn n.
gine could not have maintained
me pane ai id,uou leet. But they
speculate it tnis alone
woum cause tne pilot to lose con
trol of the plane.
5 Children, Mother
Of Two Cremated
In Residential Fire
COLUMBUS. Ohin Mar!, vj
(UP) Five children and the
mother Of two Of thorn r1iH vac.
terday in a residential fire that
roared out of control for an hour
before a neighbor's dog roused
his owner to turn in an alarm.
A seventh pe.rson, James
George, 50, was found ciad in his
underwear and runnino har-ir ami
forth in his yard screaming,
''Save my family; oh, save my
family."
The victims were identified as
George's four children. Larry, 12;
Barbara, 10; Glenn, 7, and Mrs.
Betty Gallagher, 25, and her two
children, Debbie, 4; and Jimmy, 2.
Mrs. Helen Jordan, who report reported
ed reported the fire after she was awak awakened
ened awakened by her dog's barking, said
George made frantic attempts to
re-enter jtHe burning home but
was driven back by the flames.
"He kept running up to the
back door," Mrs. Jordan said, "it
seemed like he was trying to get
in, but the fire pushed him
back."
George said he was awakened
by the smell of smoke and found
khe house in flames. He said his
wife was spending the night with
a married daughter, Arlene. His
other married daughter, Mrs.
Gallagher, was separated from
her husband, George said.
I; rue uepaiunem nauanuu Viuei
i." .. i . n i i : fiLi.r
J. g. uxonnor said the blaze ap apparently
parently apparently had about an hour's head
start before an alarm was turned
in. He believed the fire started
in a davenport on the first floor
of the home, 'possibly from a
cigaret.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
bra ww "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
NAME NEW ENVOY
CAIRO. March 27 fTTP nr
Mustafa Kamel, present envoy to
India,, has been named to replace
Dr. Abmed Hussein
Arab Republic's new Ambassador
to me united states, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Kernel was pvn-ij t
to Cairo this week before eoirw
w f aouiugiuu.
BANS MAGAZINE
JAKARTA, Indonesia, March 27
(UP) -t- The Indonesian army to today
day today announced the American
news magazine Time has been
banned indefinitely from Indones Indonesia
ia Indonesia because of attempts 'to injure
the country's "good name."
Violators of the ban are liable
10 imes ana imprisonment.

Almost Everyone Conceding

A. L Pennant To NY Yankees

By LEO H. PETERSEN
ST. PETERSBURG. Fk. fUPW-
Almost everyone except a few
managers and officials of rival
clubs, are conceding the 1958
American League pennant to the
New York Yankees.
Managers Al Lopez of the Chi
cago White Sox and Jack Tighe of
the Detroit Tigers are the lead-
...... 4V. ii f .I:
maintains that the Yankees can
be beaten. On the other hand.
Cookie Lavagetto, manager of the
Washington Senators, predicts the
Yankees will wm by 15 games.
It s hard to see any team com
ing close to the Yankees unless
they come up with serious injur
ies to such key players as Mickey
Mantle and Bill Skowron. Even
old Casey Stengel, shooting for his
ninth pennant in the 10 years he
has managed the Yankees, agrees
hi. olnk "ic InoHnrl
V1U-SJ J.0 1UUUV Hjp
What Players to Keep
"My W probl is to decide
what players among our fine crop
of ydUngsters to keep," Stengel
explains. Because he has so many
established players and promising
rookies, only four players, outside
the pitching department, are sure
to play every day.
They are center fielder Mantle,
first baseman Skowron, catcher
Yogi Berra and Gil McDougald,
who will hold down one of tnree
infield spots second, third or
short.
Last year, McDougald bios
somed into the best all-around
shortstop in the league, but Sten
gel is giving sophomore Tony Ku Ku-bek
bek Ku-bek a shot at that job. If he
makes it, the chances, are Mc
Dougald will play second
Also in the infield j picture are
Andy Carey, a veteran and Jerry
Lumpe, a second-yax .num, who
are competing for third base; sec second
ond second sacker Bobby Richardipn;
rookie shortstop Fritz Briclciejl,
and Marv Throneberry, who wiU
understudy Skowron at first.
If Kubek doesn't make it in the
infield, he probably will play left
field. Otherwise it probably will
be Norm Siebern, who would have
started the 1956 season as a Yan Yankee
kee Yankee regular except for a spring
training injury.
Veteran Hank Bauer and rookie
Deron Johnson are candidates for
the right field post. Johnson hit
.302 at Binghamton last season
and has shown plenty of power.
Lack of experience may keep him
from making the club, however,
although he figures strongly in
Stengel's plans for the future.
Harry Simpson, otained from

$ SAVE MONEY $
You still can take advantage of
the marvelous SALE of
GRECHA
Discounts from 20 to 90
;'t. I
on Long Playing Records.
IT WILL LAST UNTIL
MARCH 29 INCLUSIVE

SERVICES

3-rJnst c wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxino of
-Ban, V-!tt
nan nrgnwav neat Sean
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U 1
,. wnn, v.. v, v.
Dependable TV
Service
R
ea ton able
eliable
adi TV
Jpair
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Ave. IB-20
Box 1890. Panama, R.P.
Termite damage can be de destructive
structive destructive as fire if not controll controlled.
ed. controlled. Protect your home and
furniture ( by calling Pronto
Service, Tel."' 3-7977 Panama,
Colon 1777.
The best dinner, and drinki
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-a
a "Pla-a 5 de Mayo."
. THOU
eieugei nasrrt mucn tO WOlTVfr
HMuub wiui use ew xoric Yan
ees m training, but tho i
perfesser wotks at it just the!
some eg aiways.
rr
"n" ny. veteran End
oiBugmer ana Bob Del Greco, th
National League castoff, are otht
uuuieiu candidates.
Howard Will Catch
Also, there is Elston Howard
wno can piay the outfield, bt
Stengel plans to catch him hohtn
Berra more this coming seasoil
Berra caught in 134 games lal
year, but Stengel believes his ad
ronaiirai ",.,M1 -J 1 ... W
wm uu ueuer wun a Dl
more rest." A rookie. .Tnh
tBlanOrd, is pushing Darrel
jonnson lor the third-string catch
ing jod
Stengel's regular starters fitnitl
to be Whitey Ford (11-5). who an
pears to bave recovered corn!
pletely from his shoulder ininrl
6! last season: Don Larsen (10-411
ihoo Tuney (13-6); Tom Sturdi
vant (16-6) and Johnny Kucki
For spot starting roles and rej
net chores there will be pint-size
Bobby Shantz (11-5), who held u
the Yankees in the earlv soin
last season when Ford was hurt
and 41-year-old Sal Maglie, wh
won two while losing none afte
he was sola to the Yankees lat
last season by the Dodgers.
The No. 1 bullpen man will f
Bob Grim (12-8) with Art Ditma,
(8-3) behind him.
All in all, the Yankee picture
seldom has been brighter.

'. eaaaaetP 1
u

R&PPNTROL Caseyl

beside Central Theatre



TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT OAH.T NEWSPAPER
PAGE EI.PVE1

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 15I

1

- -71
. fURV AM Tdf rULAir "V UKUBUK WtNUH j rHK STOR Of LR1'HA WAINR What Ewy Husband C o 3 FU W1L841N S4l(iti
T '.U EVBAM&J HE COULD AT LEAST HAVE CAtlHji I
, '"'' rOT Another Affair? B AA tBBMSBB
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIRNW How He Doe It RBB1LL BLOSSRR --n 1 U nu DFAPiK
KTHIS TIME "YOU RE t mv)
i e I WRONG! IVE GOT TV4EM (FOOLED Ll.) LVLtfX'
fi iv 1 1 IaM 1 I ucv I -r,tT H iwA1 I'LL bet) -v IN -MY purse.' VOIDN'T I?7
. X TMOUGMT TMIS H T BAFFLES ME WM A: aSS blltwV I"" AoU FOr1ot if C
XikSklf $HOe-RACK WOULD ME WOULD HAN6 JS ANOTHER RINGER ,' ; I r7 V YOUR GLOVES J 1 jNe? WT i
frw "1 encourage lard mot lb oNeswoeoNjr -gjf C iriTlB '. 7"?T -i kg-aini! r- y s W? i hAL. '31 wrv
AMD NOT TUB OTMER. B : v-y VPF j
1 t sVQSUVjmi what a Pal! nr
ALI Here We Come, World! By f. t.lMIUII1 r 7

1 WW

I I. II' II I

I

BOOM AMD HRR BUDDIRa

Out of the Box

V RDOAR MARTIN

OM,MO JLV3T TOOh Pv
PPCVUV3E OF INSTWT
MIX, Pl)RCHWED (ST
THE LOCH. SUPER

MARKET I

I

tVVwTM STILL T IS! FROM WO OL.P -aBsfcr
! fcrSPftT. COULD THKT fi I'LL. BET. J I JRSU2
H WEtSVEKtLVOPOR B L- I r?
Krm 1 BE COFFEE r-J -fV "V

CAPTAIN EAST

Out of Prison

Bf LESLIE TURNER

r....-..-.Tf MJO WIU 5H00T TO KILL IP YOU 1

msc6. WQve 110 kttV 1
WATCH VOU LIK& HKrf7 A L J

tttti

IF VOUR IDPNTITV "OUIPB THB5S

LEAK5 OUT, THE DEAL 7 WALLS YOU'RE

15 OFf AMP YOU flO' B0 ANDRIX "..
BACK TC THE DEATH EVEN TO THE LAB
HOUSE FOR (300K PUT l TECHNICIAN MHO

OU THESE fiLA45P4' PITEPWR VOIJ t(fl

ml MV WIFE, CAPTAIN NOT TILL THE
fBBRl EASY? CAN'T SHE SATELLITE 15
f- J IbI LV WHAT I'M LAUWCHED! J

Okf&itet True Life Adventures

WINK5SOVBR
THE WATERHOLE

1HPeoU?EN EA6UE
KNOWS HE WIU. FINP
TtOOP AX THE OLP

kinuM 1 nse h4 AM ARP LAND.

"2t3l'Z? fcw TAKES HIS P'CK--

BBBBRBRBRBRR

... ANP

11-26 DWdMrf h 9m

SIDE GLANCES

Bv Calbraith

MORTY MEEKLR

You Are?

Bp DICE CAVALLI

' 1 -C" pl I VOUDONT ( I THINK 1 I f IN FACT, I THINK I'LL I
A INSTEAD OF A T W'ND, DO J IT'S A A ( DO THE SAME THING ;--Tw

OUR BOARDING HOUSE

MAJOR BOOTLB OUT OUR WAS

By J R. WILLIAMS

mmrbbeiMHIbMIHK:ome im .' uon i minl7 n i i f
'''''r-TUe BALL 6AT LAST W smf-tvimo i-p
BSssoffTaIha 1 IllJ
ferBBi PLACED rWSOMS ;, ASB WAhlTED TO Slf VM( STV P A
H rTV4ERE-AReWjj Br LOLL ABIES ALL flRL Ali
f ll-dwSX CAME W X VJA5 ; J U flgl 'f

u 1V60T here, i 28j&,ar--i -rxmmkmrn JEri i

fa ikxijm l i .m 1 ir nwvaRin hvr

Mi
TM I. u., r u. Otl.
1SP!t b( S.rk., too.

'You're right about money being worth so little, dear

I'm ture I could

one

iVHb iiivirej wvii tivi ui sv 'iniiR um
d have bought this coat a year ago for
fifth tiie price I paid today!"

DAILY FORTUNE FINDER

"Fortuiw" lor tody from tnt nan, wn in in mm
SphXt Sl-Sl J nunw. U-Ua.f
period in whlth yea wwe bom. You will find it tun,

fSiMI 1 W 14 IS I IT IS V
0 f f C H I III MNOHI STMVWXT

IS 5 lt 18 22 5 19 19 30 21 3

)AN. Il Il-ftl.
ftl. Il-ftl. 10

FEa. 21-
MAK.M

n 21 9 3- 11 20 18 1 22 6 12 i 12 a 1

MAR ll!

AM. 10

apr. at-
MAY 20

MAY 21

JUNI 11-

1 JULY 21

jOlYi
AUO. 22

AUG. 13-

HPT. 21

SEPT. 24.

OCT. 21

OCT. 24-

NOV. 22

HOY. 2 J-

OK. 22

DlC. 23-

JAN.21

! 3 8 I 14 1 5 8 IB 13 16 12 5 20 5 4

26 18 21 18 1 11 5 7

2 7 18 18 15 13 18 20 9 18 14

TOlfi'L-1-. o 1 tin is fi 19 19 1 7 0

V 13 10 10 0 w

1 18' 9 3 8 22 18 9 3 6

TiSiTib

A W

r

n k on on 15 R IS 5 14 20 9 19 7 10 10

"""" . u OA 10

18 18 5 20 20 9 8 18 7 1 "

4 25 12 21 3 11 8 5 12 16 18 28 18 il

12 1

28 15 21

7 5 20 1 14 8 23 8 8 1 14j 8

1 14 21 13 2 5 18 15 6 12 5 20 80 a 10 19

On 0t 0 GN aM5
C Kind Frtlum 8r4ll.

ISTHMIAN T0ASTMASTERS ELECT NEW PRESIDENT On
the left, Past President J. McNamara hands over the gavel to
the new President S. E. Taylor, who will head the local duo
for the next six months.

Faltering Philip!
PhlNpV life is tilled with brulset
Snvairs would leave h home like new.

'i A Classlfleds. fast the rirht elnef

AF0OVAS PANAMA AffWAYS
PANAMA-MIAMI ....$55.50
MIAMI-PHILADELPHIA 46.00

Phfladelphia $
Panama

Today's TV Program

101.

00

3:00 CFN NEWS
3:15 HOME VARIETY SHOW
4:00 Liberace
4:30 Golf Show
5:30 PANORAMA
7:00 I Love Lucy
7:30 Red Skclton

S:00 Climax
9:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford
9:30 What's It For
10:00 Men of Annapolis
10:30 Big Story

11:00 CFN NEWS

ri;15

Encore: Chevy Show.
In

Courtesy of Aerovfas Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-16(

&'M6"r THIgTVE TOO SCOi JZ 'J. ,T .-''"

OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.



Atlantic

Twilight

Loop Gam e
Da net tlrri em muk O i

Tonight

1 WHO ARE THE ATLANTIC SIDE'S BEST SPELLERS? By grades, it goes like this: Second Grade, Judy Oberholtzer of Gsi Gsi-i
i Gsi-i tun- Third Grade Kenneth Lebel of South Margarita; Fourth Grade, Marie Bruland of South Margarita; Fifth Grade, Ruth
I Mason of South Margarita; Sixth Grade, Terry Conley of Sou th Margarita. These are the results of the Caribbean College
Club's third spelling bee, held in the Cristobal High School auditorium recently. In the upper photo are Third Grade spellers
Rov Zimmeron and Gloria Leladier of North Margarita, Robert Griffon, Kenneth Lebel and Stephen Hull of South Margarita,
Pamela Maele of Cristobal and Rabin Hammetter of Gatun. Below are Fourth Grade contestants Kathy and Kathleen Wong
t of North Margarita, Mary Lou Shields and Marie Bruland of South Margarita, Linda Burza of Cristobal and Ginger Thomas

of Gatun. (Photos: jacn a. buisoiu n

Hi m Bit "isjjj iff
' ; 1

a M Bl ; t jpHH 1 1; y h
, " '

Doys-birls Mate American Uil Lompany Back In Business

Convenes Today
To Pick Leaders

Bridge On The River Kwai' Cops Five Oscars; Alec Guinness,
Joanne Woodward Win Best Actor, Best Actress Gold Awards

I HOLLYWOOD, March 27 (UP)
iFilmland turned out in its glit glittering
tering glittering best last night to honor Alec
i Guinness, Joanne Woodward and
i "The Bridge on the River Kwai"
'as the top actor, actress and pic picture
ture picture of 1957.
Red Buttons, comedian turned
dramatic actor in the touching
.love story, "Sayonara," was se selected
lected selected as the best supporting ac

tor as expected, but the choice of

his "wife" in tne mm, Myosni
Unwki, as best supporting actress
wasn't.
I : Nil- ,,

TODAY 75c. and 40c.
1:00, 2:50, 4445, 6:50, 9:05 p.m.

Elsa Lanchester was favored In, "Sayonara" scored with the
pre-award poHs of academy mem- "best achievement in sound rec rec-bers
bers rec-bers to win the supporting Oscar ording Warner Brothers" and
for her portrayal of Charles "art and set direction Warner

Laughtons nurse m "Witness or Brothers

The Prosecution,"

"The
Kwai,"

Bridge on Th
also obtained:

River

The Oscar for the best direc direction
tion direction which wer.; to director David
Lean, the best cimmatogroiiy,
best screenplay based on mater material
ial material from another medium, film
editing and music awards.

COLUMBIA PICTURES

The song "All the Way" from
the picture. "The Joker is Wild,"

was seiectea as tne top tune.

was written by Sammy Cahn and

jimmy van rieusen.

AWARDS

Seven days of, educational and

social activities will begin this
afternoon for 115 delegates to the

laaa aoys ana uuis State with wel

coming ceremonies at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, where the youngsters will be
quartered at Headquarters, U. S.
A f e

nrmy lanDDean Annex.
Following a get-together supper,
the seminar will be oDened fnrm-

mally at 7:30. Among those attend-

ins wm oe omciais ot ine canal
Zone, American Leeion end auyi-

iiary, which sponsors Boys and

Girls State; Col. Kenneth C. De

uon, chief dental sureeon. USAR

CARIB, who is to reoresent Mai

Gen. Thomas L. Harrold. com

manding general; Marie Bleakley

ana juon Hanaau, 1957 state gov

ernors, and Col. John C. Nicker-

son of the USARCARIB Engineer

umce, wno wiU give the keynote

aaoress.
The annual seminars seek to
Instill in American youth an
understanding of the basic prin principles
ciples principles of a representative form
'of government and also provide
a laboratory for the functional
study of citizenship.
In addition to receiving instruc

tlon on rights and responsibili

ties of American citizenship, prob

lems 01 government, judicial sys
terns and related toDics. the teen

agers hold model town meetings,
elect officials, conduct political
conventions and stage legislative

sessions.
Representatives are selected
from applications submited by
high school juniors at Balboa and

Cristobal, on the basis of citizen

ship, character anfl academic

standings, Sixty-five girls and 50

boys were chosen from the appli

cations this year by tne superin

tendent of Canal Zone schools.

These selections were reviewed and

approved by the American Legion

and its auxiliary.

This year the Legion initiated
a program of including young A A-merrcans
merrcans A-merrcans living in Latin Ameri

can countries in the Canal Zone
Boys and Girls State. Warren

Taylor, the son of an American
working with an oil company on

the island of Aruba, is the first

such visiting delegate.

Prominent men and women from

the Canal Zone government, the
armed forces in the Zone and ci

vic organizations have been sched

uled to address the delegates and

instruct them in various phases

community life. Gov. William
Potter will be the principal

speaker at Saturday evening's sess-

sion and is to participate in a

shirt-sleeve conference" demon

stration.

In Rebellion-torn Central Sumatra

civriDnDD mt.i mm vtd m a l ... N

ouiuiuuiu, 'tn hi luiN-int awci can-owned taniornia-Texas Caltex Oil Company

' UF ..... i-un area 01 reDcmous central Sumatra after
two-week shutdown, the Antara news keener r extorted todav frm ntnkrt

Antara said that tankers have began sailing up the Siak river, linking the Pakanbaru oil

wn 'm re ui carrying on irom tne rerawang storage area to Sungtl

""wiur t. 1,. manic 01 Vivcx ooeraiiuns on Kiima.tr mm KmrunmiiUnt. .

! n . vvi-vou-an-uufc tav iwim

sian news arency saia. mat nis comnanv nan snsninritMi aiMntinn oi .xi

wi j ., r r r truuv wncn una euter

Antara reported that Makle, in
answer to a question, said that
there had been no damage to
Caltex oil installations in the
area.
Meanwhil. local claims of
neutraly checked the Indones Indonesian
ian Indonesian loyalist drive into the hills
of west central Sumatra today
on one front, 175 miles north north-weat
weat north-weat of the rebel capital at Bu Bu-kittingi.
kittingi. Bu-kittingi. There was no inmediate report
heads of the three-pronged gov government
ernment government advance, which yester yesterday
day yesterday was reported within 50 miles
of the insurgent metropolis of Pa Pa-dang.
dang. Pa-dang. United Press correspondent Ro Robert
bert Robert Udick, who is following the
government advance southward
down Sumatra's west coast, re reported
ported reported from Sibolga that the main

loyalist force halted at the border
of Tapanuli province.

Government leaders appeered
willing at least temporally to
heed the argument of Tapanuli
officials that "we are uncom uncommitted",
mitted", uncommitted", even though some of
the rebel forces they were pur pursuing
suing pursuing came from the province's
3rd regiment.
the rebel regime reported six
weeks ago that the I a p a n u 1 i
regiment came over to its side
when Capt. Zita Pohan deposed
Maj. Hutabarat, its commander,

Belgian Queen
Flying To Moscow
In Russian Jel

Corib Blue Notes
Of Albrook Bring
Music To Gorgos

The Carib Blue Notes of Al-

fbrook AFB gave a musical pro

gram for patients on wards 13, 14
and the Chest Service as part of
the Red Cross program for pa

tients at Gorgas Hospital last Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
Airmen taking part in the pro

gram were S-Sgt. Leonard L.
Franklin of the 5700 Support
Squadron, soloist, who also acted
as accompanist for the quartette
and master of Ceremonies for the
group.
The quartette was up made of
A-lc Carlos Del Hoyo of CAIRC,
A-lc Eugene C. Flack of Material
Squadron, A-2c Richard B. Stitel Stitel-er
er Stitel-er of CAIRC and A-2c Leo A. Gir Gir-ard
ard Gir-ard of Material Squadron.
1
Mrs. Britta Dunn, service club

director of the Carib lounge, Al

brook AfB, who arranged the
show, accompanied them to the
hospital for their performance.

HOLLYWOOD, March 27 (UP)
Twenty-one golden "Oscars"
were presented last night by the
Academy of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences at a star-studded na nationally
tionally nationally televised program at the
Pantages Theatre.
The awards and winners:
Best Actor: Alex Guinness, "The
Bridge on the River Kwai."
Best Actress: Joanne Woodward,
"Three Faces of Eve."

usesi Picture: "Tne Bridge on

the River Kwai."

Best song: "All The Way," by
Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy

Lahn from the picture. "The Jok
er Is Wild;"
Best story and screenplay (writ

ten for the screen): "Designing
Woman," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,

story and screenplay by George
Wells.
Rpsl Kcrpennlav AhaHM) nn mate

rial from another medium): Pier Pierre
re Pierre Boulle, "The Bridge on the Riv River
er River Kwai."
(Best cinematography: Columbia,
"The Bridge on the River Kwai."
Best costume design: Orry -Kelly
for "Les Girls," MGM.
Best film editing: Columbia,
"The Bridge on the River Kwai."
Best music scoring: Columbia,

"The. Bridge on the River Kwai."

(Best sound recording:
Brothers, "Sayonara."

Best special effects: 20th-century
Fox, "The Enemy Below."
Best art direction: Warner
Brothers, "Sayonara."
(Best documentary production

(features): "Albert Schweitzer,"

Hill and Anderson Production,
Louis de Rochemont Associates,
Jerome Hill, producer.
Best short subjects (cartoons):
Warner Brothers, "Birds Anynym-ous."

(Best short subjects (live action

subjects): Walt Disney, "The Wet
back Hound."
Best foreign language picture

"The Nights of Cabina," (Italy),

1)1 no de Laurentis production.

Shooting Reported

On Israeli Border

JERUSALEM (Israeli Sector),

March 27 (UP) An Israely army

spokesman reported to d a y that
Syrians fired at Israeli laborers
in the Huleh border area in a

two-day series of incidents.

The spokesman Said the first

shooting incident occurred yester yesterday
day yesterday when Syrian snipers fired
four bursts at workers engaged in
a drainae oroiects south nf Kn-

Warnerileh. Israeli police did not fire

back, he said.

Classrooms, student dormitories
and mess facilities in the Head

quarters Annex at Fort Clayton

are being furnished by USARCA USARCARIB.
RIB. USARCARIB. The final program, at which
awards and recognitions will b
made, is scheduled for next

Thursday in the American Le

gion Hall. This event will be cli climaxed
maxed climaxed by a "governors' ball."
Two boys and two girls will be
selected by the delegates to re represent
present represent the Canal Zone at Boys
and Girls Nation, to be held in
Washington, DtC. under the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of the national Legion or organization.
ganization. organization. Proograms planned for the
youngsters provide time for ath athletic
letic athletic and religious events, social
hours, study periods, and day

quarters ciean-up

Tuberculosis Assn.
Chapter To Hold
Special Meeting

A special meeting of the mem members
bers members of the board of the Canal

Zone chapter of the National Tu

berculosis Association has been cai
ed by board president Daniel J

Paolucci for 7:30 p.m. Thursday

in the Board Room of the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights.
Included on tonight's agenda will
be a report on the progress of
the current health agencies cam campaign
paign campaign for funds and final discus discussion
sion discussion on the question of the local
chapter disaffiliating from the Na National
tional National Association and joining the
Canal Zone United Fund.
Because of commitments with

the National Association, the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Tuberculosis organiza organization
tion organization did not participate in the first
United Fund campaign several
months ago and did not sponsor
its annual seal sale at Christmas
time, waiting to join the current
consolidated Federal Service Cam Campaign
paign Campaign For National Health Agen Agencies
cies Agencies as annroved by the White

House for fund-raising in the

Federal establishment. Seals were

provided in the Canal Zone at
Christmas but were given away

at no charge.

While only six per cent of the

local oreamzation's receipts go to

the National Association, board
members in the Canal Zone have
expressed a desire to continue the
tuberculosis program os a basis
whereby there will be active sup

port of the national ettort in tne
fpelds of education and research.'
Meanwhile, the extent of activi activities
ties activities of the Canal Zone Tuberculo Tuberculosis
sis Tuberculosis organization during this year
is dependent upon the financial
support realized in the consolidat consolidated
ed consolidated on-the-job solicitation now un

derway among civilian and mili

tary personnel throughout the Ca
nal company government, Army
Navy, and Air Force.

ana pledged allegiance to the

insurgents. Hutabarat was said to

nave tied to the hills.

ronan iea tfle regiment north t

auptAMi maj. iwy&e iNBinggoian

"uuaroa a 1 iueuan. ine Tana

m.Ii r . r

uuuaus were reported m action

atrainat invulicf (upo.

iang aiantar and Frapat during

. Kucat uuwo me coast.

Belize PUP
Leader To Be
Arraigned Today

a buz British Hondurag

vur; teorge trice, a leader of

me t-vt- rarty, will be arraigned

waay on cnarges of'seditioua

uoei arising irom remarks ha

mnrln U A. r. T1! 1 i

mauc auuui wueen iiizaoetn 11 in

Lapeecn jrnaay.

BRUSSELS (UP)-Belgium's 82-year-old
dowager Qiieen Elizabeth
left for Moscow today to become
the first member of a European
royal family to visit Russia since
the 1917 revolution.

The sprightly old queen, famed
for her love of music, did not
run into any opposition even from
right-wing politicians when she
expressed a wish to attend the
Tchaikowsky musical festival in
Moscow,

The only known woy to keep
pride from leaving a bod toste in
the mouth is to swollow it. eeue

Meg's Escort
Slated To Win
Commons Seat
TORRINGTON, England, .March
27 (UP) Voters here cast ballots
today in a special parliamentary
election that was expected to
result in the governing Conserv Conservative
ative Conservative Party's third defeat in re recent
cent recent months.
Liberal Mark Bonham-Carter, a
30-year-old publisher and former
escort of Princess Margaret, was
rated a certain Victor in the
three-way election, made neces necessary
sary necessary when Conservative George
Lambert became Lord Lambert.
Bdnham Carter's opponents
were Conservative Anthony Royle
an insurance man, and Laborite
Leonard Lamb, a locomotive engineer.

The Russians assigned a special
TU-104 jet air liner to flv the

$ueen from Brussels to Moscow
m about three hours.
The Queen was accompanied by
Arthur Wauters. former Reioi.n

Ambassador to Moscow, and Paul

ouaer, musical director of the
Belgian national radio.
FJying to musical events Is
commonplace to Belgium's
"grand old lady." A few years
ago she hired a helicopter to fly
to France to hear a Bach organ
recital by Dr. Albert Schweitzer.
Two years ago she startled west western
ern western politicians by going behind
the Iron Curtain for the First time
to attend the Chopin anniversary
celebrations in Warsaw.
i
Hoover's Group
Was Once Barred

From Own Reports"

WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)

cy. faience j. Brown (R (R-Qhio)
Qhio) (R-Qhio) said today the Hoover Com-

inission once was denied some of
its own .reports because they had

ueeu stamped secret by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster DuUes.
Brown, who was vice chairman
of the commission on government
reorganization, said the reports
criticized waste and inefficiency
in the foreign aid program and
were preparedly commission in investigators.
vestigators. investigators. He said the ban was lifted only
after he protested to the then at attorney
torney attorney general, Herbert Brownell
Jr., who also was a Hoover Corn-

emission member.

vBrown related the incident at
a House Rules Committee hear hearing
ing hearing pp a bill to foster a freer
flow of government information.

V -trice was arrested Saturday

and released in $227 bail pending

jiuursoay s court appearance.

He nad been suspended from

the PYPPlltlva AfUinntl nt iUim D.U

i i. mi in 1 1 in liiih ill 1 1,

tumuy earner oecause ot an

approach made to Guatemalan

mha J-l 1 1 j

uoigc uarciu uranaaos during a

recent visit to London.

urticials here have declined

AAmmnnt a iU A. .a l

kumuiGin uu me nature oi rnce s

allA0ArilV eoiti AM tt wa m H m Va

vf-vuij otuniuuo icuidiKA r na

nay. unconfirmed reports say ha

Drougnt tne Queen in contempt"

by saving Irish Rennhliran

tnrew touet naner on her when

sne visited New York last year.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the H
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograprlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
' Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High ........
Low

Townsend Says He s No Suitor As British Press
Plays Call On Meg Above Queen's Holland Trip

HUMIDITY:
High
Low

WIND:
(max. mph)

RAIN (inches)

mwmmrm

88

76
92
62
S-14
0

WATER TE

(inner harbors) 79

89
' 78
88
60
NW-12
0
' 85

FRIDAY, MARCH 28
High Low
8:41 a.w. 2:51 a.m.
9:02 p.m. 3:18 p.m.

LONDON, March 27 (UP) -Former
Group Capt. Peter Twon Twon-send
send Twon-send declared (formally today he
is not a suitor for the hand of Prin Princess
cess Princess Margaret.
Townsend issued a written state statement
ment statement thsough his lawyers that
sought to end the flood of specula speculation
tion speculation that arose from his surprise
reunion with the Princess at Clar Clarence
ence Clarence House yesterday.
"There are no grounds what whatever
ever whatever for supposing that my tee teeing
ing teeing Princess Margaret in any

way alters the situation declared

in ithe Prineeas' statement in
1955," the statement said.
In that dramatic renunciation,
issued on the njght of Oct. 31, 1955,
the little Princess said her reli religious'
gious' religious' beliefs would not permit her
to marry a divorced man.
T ui n J AajJrija .atiBibkekitA
two grown beys by a former
marriage.
Townsend acted promptly a."ter

seven of the eight British nation national
al national morning newspapers splashed
the news of the reunion over so
much space that the important
state visit of Margaret's sister.
Queen Elizabeth, to Holland was
squeezed off the front pages.
Townsend returned to England
yesterday and immediately call called
ed called on Margareit. Court circles
sefd they met as friends, not as
lovers. v
Townsend arrived at Clarence
House at tea time and spent two
hours and 50 minutes with the
princess. He refused to talk with
newsmen a ter the visit.
In the Hague, Holland, where
Queen Elizabeth II is on a state
visit, a court spokesman said the
Queen knew about the. meeting.
"There was no mystery about
this visit," Commander Richard
Coiville, the Queen's
tary, said. 'Everybody, including
the Queen, knew beforehand that
Group Capt. Peter Townsend was

coming to Britain and that he
wanted to see Princess Marga Margaret."
ret." Margaret." Queen Mother Elizabeth wasjat
home during the meeting. Her
personal Hag fluttered from the
mast atop the three story state
residence.

Court circles here cautioned
against expecting "sensational de developments"
velopments" developments" from the Townsend
visit. They said there was no new
romance and that Margaret and
the hero-flier were just "very
deep friends."
The couple's courtship ended in
October, 1955, when the princess
issued a statement saying in ef effect
fect effect her religious beliefs would
not permit her to marry a di divorced
vorced divorced roan.

Her irienas said the princess

VISITOR Arrivins: todav is

.Tamns V. TforlHna ahovn

ricAiucu i ill: ram nut u me

bClliailUIIUi P mutt. J III,. rrl

kins is accompanied by his

wlfi anri hv Mr nnri Mrs

Henryv B. Gordon. Gordon i

T nfin A m avIha TMiniM v

ager for Paramount. Panama

t 41 r;...i TA1. 1 1

to Mic iuwi awu uu jrci Kins

itinerary which in the next
several weeks will take him
through South America.
Perkins, whd joined Para Paramount
mount Paramount in 1925, was appointed
executive vice president of
Paramount Interna 1 1 o n a 1
Films, Inc., in 1955 and in
January of this year was
named president. t

LUX

WEEK-END
RELEASE

Shows: 1:17, 3:11, 5:05, 6:59, 8:53
0.75 0.40

Townsend arrived in Britain

from Belgium this morning fol

lowing a 17 month tour around
the world1, by jeep. He gave no

indication to newsmen greeting
him that he intended to visit the
princess.
He said only that he planned to

sen his mother and his nwn col

lege-age sons by his divorced

wi.e.
However, Townsend arrived sev several
eral several hours later at Clarence
House in a chauffeur-driven green
limousine and walked tight-lipped
and impassively through the oak oaken
en oaken doors into the building.
Crowds immediately gathered
outside the gate and police joined
the sentries in an attempt to
keep order.
When Townsend emerged from
C'arence House he stared straight

had grown more devout and thatfaftwra as his car raced full speed

a marriage between the two
would .be even more impossible
now.

out of the enclosed courtyard and

made a circuitous route to his
Whitehall Courts apartment.

Th Story Of
"Tht King" King"-Who
Who King"-Who Treats
His Women
The Way

He Drives -Recklessly!

I i HI SI
PCj2r :, 'ifHHlilWii B"f" wh$tyoud4
HUH to your brothr, I
1 fcV gjP you art is 0jiiHy
presents Bb C'T,
mm.-. ecome car
Pctue.

TECHNICOLOR

Arthur Franz Mary Astor m& p com

t