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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT iHEW DAILY NEWSPAPER
Banama American

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"Let the people know the truth and the country it tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
33rd EAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1958
PIYB CENTS

POTTER ANNOUNCES VENTILATORS
FOR BALBOA JUNIOR HICH SCHOOL
Plans to install two power-type roof ventilators at Balboa Junior High School
were discussed yesterday at Gov. W. E. Potter's March conference with U.S. Civic
Council Officers.
Th ventilation system, with individual adjustable registers from each of the
classrooms on the second floor, will remove about 20,000 cubic feet of air per minute.
During his executive session with the officers in the Administration Building,
the Governor reiterated it is his policy to back up the councils in their recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations in the area of community relations whenever possible.

THE RULSE
OF PANAMA

GOV. ALBERTO ALEMAN and
Panama City Mayor Jose E. Ca
jar Escale exchanged jobs yester yester-uay.
uay. yester-uay. Caiar resigned his mayoralty

post was immediately appointed

governor of the province ot Pans Pans-ma
ma Pans-ma bv President de la Guardia.

Aleman, who held the guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial post, -was also immediately

named to replace Cajar as May
or.

He specifically
new community

where that council is attempting
to establish a policy on centraliz centralizing
ing centralizing hobby shops and boat storage

and other activities in areas not the present 2:00

iihmtdiately adjacent to housing p.m. schedule.

Tivoli Protest Irks CZers

mentioned the was presented to Atlantic side

of Coco Solo, council membertllor comment.

It was proposed to change the
afternoon hours K the Margarita

store, from 2:3ft to 5:30 instead of

p.m. to 5:00

quorters.

In ether matters, the Gover Governor
nor Governor said a special 12-man crew
had completed its household
spraying program in Coco Solo
and was about to move into
Margarita.

Ex-presidetrt and: publisher
Dr. Harmedio Arias IttfTHntre
last night to attend a meeting
of the board of directors of the
Inter-Aimrican Press Associa Association
tion Association to be held in Montage
Bay, Jamaica, S.W.I.
The IAPA directors will discuss,
among other, things, attempts a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst freedom of the press in Lat Latin
in Latin America,

The spraying is designed to re

duce the sandfly problem on the

Atlantic, side.

An employe proposal to change

the closing hours of tee Marga

rita retail store, after the Coco So- scheduled to begin operation

lo Retail Store is in operation, 4hat date

The councilman were advised

that plans for beginning the o o-peration
peration o-peration of services at Coco So Sole
le Sole are continuing as schedutoo".
Those include a grovery area
en the first ftor of the we
opened next Tuesday with court court-story
story court-story commissary building to be
opened next Tutsday with coun council
cil council president Peter W. Foster
cutting the ribbon at an 8:30
a.m. ceremony.

The gasoline station also is

on

Army Secretary Brucker Is Arriving
For Official Conferences, Lectures
A joint guard of honor will be.nama Canal Company and the Ca

neia tomorrow morning tor becre- nai itone Government is unique

tary of the Army Wilber M. in United States Government serv-

A morning tabloid resorted to

a,-u that shrimn fishermen have

MJ
oecided to strike against the, local

companies wnren n

Brucker, who is scheduled to ar

rive at Albrook Ah Force Base

for a three-day visit in the Canal

Zone. He will be accompanied by
Hugh M. Milton II, assistant sec

retary of the Army for Manpower

and Reserve Forces.
During his visit, Brucker will
consult with Caribbean Command

and U.S. Army Caribbean officials

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The flshorman claim fhat th
small shrimp the captains had
been holding out and silling us us-ed
ed us-ed to bi thrown a.way by the
companies.

A group of Panama newsmen
from several newspapers are or organizing
ganizing organizing a party in honor of for former
mer former ex-Finance Minister Dr. Gil Gil-bkto
bkto Gil-bkto Arias and his brother Dr.
Roberto Arias, until recently Pa Panama
nama Panama ambassador to London.
The party Is intended to be in
Peeognition of the stand taken
by the two Arias brothers with
regard to freedom of tin press.

Gilberto Arias resigueu -nance
Ministry this weelf after dis disagreeing
agreeing disagreeing with President de la
Guarma over an issue involving
press freedom. The Ambassador,
ttWwrfn submitted his resignation

immediately after learning that
his, brother had quit the cabinet.

He will also confer with, U.S.

Ambassador Julian vp. Harring Harrington,
ton, Harrington, and will visit foreign Min:
istor Aquilino Boyd and Presi President
dent President Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.

Brucker. who will deliver an

address Monday afternoon in the

"Ortward Look" series, has been
prpminent in Midwest and nation national
al national polities for many years.
The address wil be rebroadcast
by CFN radio at 8 p.m. for the
benefit of those who cannot get
to the theater.
Brucker's address Monday
scheduled at 4:30 p.m. in-thn
Balboa Theater, will be of in interest
terest interest to employes of the Canal
organization and Army person-
The position of the Secretary of
the Army with relation to the Pa-

ice. While there is no actual

stock in the Canal Company, his
relation to the company is that of
being the sole stockholder by des designation
ignation designation of the President of the

United States.
He is also the President's des designated
ignated designated representative for the su supervision
pervision supervision of the Canal Zone Government.

in the Canal or-

anart from

ry of the Ar

Government

dependent government a

gene? and the Canal Cdmpanf is

a corporate entity or tne eovern-

ment. The 'position of the Secre

tary of toe Army to the Canal or

ganizatwD is misunderstood bv ma

ny because no other government
agency is! operated under this set

up.
On Monday, the Secretary will
confer with Harrington at 10
a.m.; end will visit Boyd at

10:30 and the President at 11.

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. Veteran American business man
tn f!nlnft. Max Bileray is Quoted

in. a local interview as coming out
in favor of a greater exploitation
ttu advantages offered by the

flfllon Free Zone.

Bilgray added that the economrc
situation in Colon is extremely
imUsrifMiR and recommended the

adpption of drastic measures
ve it.

to

FIRST GUIDES ON WAY

fes-w vnfiK aiPW The first

10. of 160 young people who will

represent the Unitea jsiaies ai me
ssels World's Fair arrived in

Driver Who Cut Off
Diablo Lights Pays
$50 Reckless Fine

Oliver L. Riesch, an employe of
the Panama Canal Comptroller s
Office, was fined $50 today in Bal

boa Magistrate's Court on a
charge ot reckless, driving which
involved a freak accident in Dia Dia-bldV
bldV Dia-bldV The ST-yearld American drove
his car into a street light on Hain Haines
es Haines Street last Saturday night,
knocking down the po'e and caus causing
ing causing lights and fire alarm boxes u
Diablo to be short-circuited.
His 195T Ford sedan which
name tn rest diaeonally astraddle

the knocked-down streetlight pole,

was badlv damaged in the ac

cident. In court is was stated that
repairs to the car will run about
$500.

The automobi'e.natt to De wwea

CUTTING THE CAKE for guests at the opening program of Caribbean Girls State and Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State are, left to right, Don Randel, outgoing boys governor: Theo F. Hotz, prin principal
cipal principal of Balboa High School and arie Bleakley, last year's girls governor. Opening session
took place at Fort Clayton last night. (U.S. Army Photo)
Nickerson Tells 150 Girls, Boys Staters
Freedom Plus Caoperatim Equals RGiuffi
Col John C. Nickerson Jr. of USARCARIB Engineer Section spoke of the difficulty of com com-i.it
i.it com-i.it ij!i.,oi ircnm with th pnnnerative effort necessary to major accomplishments in

his keynote address at the opening program of Caribbean Girls State and Crossroads Boys State
at USARCABlB's headquarters annex building at Fort Clayton last night.
Describing individual freedom and critical thought as the "driving force behind the achieve achievements
ments achievements that our Western civilisation has attained," Nickerson went on to state: "...human end endeavor
eavor endeavor Is prettv puny when based on a single individual.
"An individual acting alone, no matter how much freedom he has, can't do much unless he
has coTOeratioh from other people.-And this cooperative effort on a large scale, or on a minor
scale, with other human beings, is so essential to accomplishment of any major project, parti parti-iriv
iriv parti-iriv oomethint like a Panama Canal. This necessity for cooperative effort is not consistent

with the principle of individual freedom, in all respects.

Saturday Night
Dances Give

Panamanians Jobs

Fly-sheets adveVriiing the newly inauqurated bi

monthly dances ot the Tivoli Guest House were never dis distributed
tributed distributed in Panama City, a well-informed Canal source

said today.
The statement was in connection with a new protest
filed against the Tivoli by the Panama 'Foreign Off ico
yesterday charging that the management of the guest
house was distributing fly-sheets in Panama City. It was
the second time in a week that the Foreign Office of officially
ficially officially protested an activity in the Canal Zone as a vio

lation ot the Panama-US agreement.

The source said that rather than hampering Pana

ma s economy, the dances are boosting it by:

U Hiring extra waiters from Panama to handle the

increased work load,

2) Buying all the shrimp, lobster and fish their
biggest selling items for the dinner dances from Pan Panama
ama Panama City,
3) Purchasing extra liquor from Panama to meet the
needs of guests, and
4) Hiring Panamonion organisfLueho Azcarraga and
other Panamanian musicians to entertain.

New York this week. They will away by the Motor Transporta Transporta-sail
sail Transporta-sail on the lifter America tomor- tion garage in Ancon. Riesch, who
row tor Brussels, where they .will was alone in his car at the time
serve is guides in the American of the accident, suffered no mjur-

on. ies

pavilion.

30 Persons Apply
For CZJC Entrance
Examinations

Approximately 30 persons have.

already made applications to take
tht Canal Zone Junior College en entrance
trance entrance examinations, which wfll
be given Monday morning for e-ducationally-qualified
non Unit United
ed United States citizens.
trance examinations, which will

in Room 304 in the college building

on nooseveit Avenue, will be for

those persons who wish to matri matriculate
culate matriculate in the Canal Zone college
as full-time students at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the fall term next Septem

ber. The examination will begin

at 8:30 a.m. and will last about

three hours.

Students passing the examina examination
tion examination will be interviewed by Dean
Roger C. Hackett and notified of
the results within one week.
The examination is open to all
non-Uniiid States citizens who
wish to enter the Junior College
for the first time. This includes
graduates of Balboa High School,

Cristobal Hfgh School, Paraiso
High School, Rainbow City High
School, and recognized secondary
schools in Panama and elsewhere.
Residence will not be a factor in

determining admissibility of non-

citizens.

"in the solution of these con conflicting
flicting conflicting requirements Is where
we make the progress that
really determines the kind i oi
achievement our civilization
attains," said Nickerson,
As an example, he pointed
out," most of pur progress
in the scientific field is based
on the determination of con con-Inconsistencies
Inconsistencies con-Inconsistencies in

'JSt, the examination of
these inconsistencies ano
their elimination."
"Our purpose And objective
here is to teach this new gen generation
eration generation the techniques for re resolving
solving resolving this basic inconsistency
In democratic government; to
oass on the things that we

know; to teach them to Him
for themselves, and to make
Improvements. We are trying
to do this on local, state and
national basis," said Nickerson.
He finished his address by
reminding the boys and gins
nnrtlrinatinff and the adults

present of the Bovs State
motto: "Democracy depends on
About ISO Boy? and Girls'
Staters, their parents and
friends were present at the
oneninr program, over which
Don M. Randel, Crossroad
Boys State Governor of 195T,

presided.
The Girls State chaplain.
Mary Coffey, gave the invoca invocation.
tion. invocation. Don Randel gave the wel welcoming
coming welcoming address for Boys State
and Marie Bleakley, Caribbean
Girls State Governor for 1957,

gave the welcoming address for
her organization.
Mrs. Elinor Becker, depart department
ment department president of the Ameri American
can American Legion Auxiliary, repre represented
sented represented the sponsors of Girls
State.
Nickolal L. Olson, depart department
ment department commander of the Amer American.
ican. American. Legion, department of the
panamKCanal Zone represent
ed the sponsors of Boys State.
Col. Kenneth de Gon repre represented
sented represented the commanding gen general
eral general of USARCARIB, and Col.

Walter KlUalae, commander of

Fort Clayton, attended.
Alfred J. Gauvln, Boys State

director, and Mrs. Bertha

Brown, Girls State director,!

'were present in their official

capacities.
Both Boys and Girls State
presented de Gon with scrolls
of appreciation for Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, com commanding
manding commanding general of USAR

CARIB, expressing their ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the Armv's
support which has made the
week-long nrogram possible.
During the evening Don
Randel dedicated the program
and the activities of the com coming
ing coming week to Claude E. Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, founder of Boys State in

Zone Workers Reminded 4-Agency Drive Closing

Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zone Government person personnel
nel personnel were reminded today that
only one more week remains for
returning special contribution
envelopes which will effect the
future programs of four agen agen-?es
?es agen-?es participating in the cur cur-lont
lont cur-lont consolidated solicitation
for funds.
In a memorandum prepared

for distribution to' all employes,
Lt Gov. Hugh Arnold as Chair Chairman
man Chairman Qf the Governor's Council
For Voluntary Giving called at attention
tention attention tJ the fact that the

simultaneous Fund Raising ef

forts of the National Heaun

who already has not done so
will shortly turn back to your
keymen your contribution en envelopes,"
velopes," envelopes," the Lt. Governor said.

"No dollar quotas have been
established, but I am con confident
fident confident that your support
rendered in the spirit of true
voluntary giving will assure
the continuance of the good
work of these agencies."
The ciftmpaign begun on Feb.
24 is being conducted through
the approximately 500 keymen
who form the Governor's coun council
cil council For Voluntary Giving, utiliz

ing materials supplied by the

local chapters of the four par-

Agencies and International ticipating agencies: the Ameri

voluntary Agencies win oe can cancer society, inc., tne.a

completed on April 5.
i "As this six-week effort nears

,rlimrav T Knna iiiot aVPrV

iV0 VUHIftA, J. VliVV
yompany-Government employe

tional Tuberculosis Association,

CARE ajid the Crusade For
Freedom;
The on-the-job solicitation

has the full support of the
Federal Government and of the

Federal, Government Agencies in

the canal zone, ana is eins
carried out simultaneously in
the Army, Navy and Air Force
installations in accordance with
the White House policy for
fund-raising within the federal
establishment.
Every employe has received
information about the work of
the two national health agen agencies
cies agencies and the two international
voluntary agencies and indi

vidual contribution envelopes

for each campaign. The enfe enfe-lones
lones enfe-lones are to be sealed to in

sure privacy of giving and all
envelopes are to be returned to
keymen. None will be opened

until they have been turned m

to the local bank which
handles the account of the par particular
ticular particular agency. The giver may

indicate on "the envelope how

he wants his gift apportioned.

Gon Potter has endorseo tne
Federal Service- campaign as,
has President, Eisenhower, who
urged support of the American
Career Society and the Na

tional Tuberculosis Association
"to help .-.v tintain ou- tional

health.
"To give to these deserving
causes does more than pro provide
vide provide them with necessary
support It helps to fill our
personal need for serving the
cause of mankind."

in endorsing the Federal
Service' Joipt Crusade campaign
on behalf of the Crusade For

Freedom and CARE, the Pres

sident asked that federal gov government
ernment government employes "share our

privileges, both material and
Spiritual, with neighbors overseas."

Army Jungle Gang

Cheers Haworth's

Winning Of Oscar

Ted Haworth, art director for

the recently-shot motion pic picture,
ture, picture, "The Naked and the

Dead, was the subject of con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from many mem members
bers members of USARCARIB this week
when it was announced he won
an "Oscar" for the art direc direction
tion direction of "Sayonara."

Haworth was responsible for
the' location, design, and con construction
struction construction of all of the "Naked
and the Dead" sets on the
Isthmus, particularly 'the huge
bivouac scene near Venado
Beach, which could have been
transplanted directly from a
South Pacific island command
post,
During his stay here, the
popular Hollywood artisc was
made an honorary jungle Ex Expert
pert Expert by the 1st Battle Group
of the 20th Infantry.
His outstanding set in "Sayo "Sayonara"
nara" "Sayonara" was described as the
Japanese house used for in interior
terior interior scenes. Complete in ev every
ery every -detail, the house was built
on the Warner's back lot In
IfcHywowf -Kfter the major se sequences
quences sequences were shot in Japan.

COL. JOHN C. NICKERSON
urges his audience to adopt
the Boys State motto "De "Democracy
mocracy "Democracy depends on me,' as
he gives the keynote address
at the opening program of
Caribbean Girls State and
Crossroads Boys State at Fort
Clayton last night.
CU.S. Army Photo)
the Canal Zone, who has since
served as a board member of
the organization. Campbell is
national executive committee committeeman
man committeeman for the American Legion.
Last night's program began
seven d4ys of educational and
social activities for 115 dele delegates
gates delegates tcVthe 1958 Boys and
Girls State.
During the week two boys
and girls will be selected by
this delegates to represent
the Canal Zone at Boys and
Girls Nation to be held in

Washington, D.C., under the
sponsorship nf the national
Legion organization.

The youngsters wm oe quar quartered
tered quartered at the annex building.
Representatives from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side assembled at the
Mount Hpe railroad station
and madet the trip across the
Isthmus en the "Crossroads
Special.' .Upon their arrival at
Balboa they were made by Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side Staters and Legion
officials. 4-
Once wpaainted with hteir
living quarters at Fort Clayton,
the youm. delegates attended
a pet-together supper prior to
the opening ceremonies.

The fly-sheets mentioned in the

Foreign Office's protest were dis

tributed at the Balboa Commis

sary together with the regular
commissary bulletin.

Several fly-sheets were placed

in the lobby of the Tivoli Guest
House, the source eiterated, "but
not one was distributed in Pana

ma."

We cater strictly to a Canal

Zon crowd," a hotel employe ob observed
served observed today.

The Saturday night dances,
started on March 28, war aim aimed
ed aimed it providing family tntrtain
mtnt to Canal Zona residents,
many of whom complain that
they had "nothing to do" with
their leisure time, it was reported.

Meanwhile throughout the 'Canal

Zone, many persons reacted viol
ehtly to ther new protest.

"What is the matter with those

people have they gone crazy
What comes next, I wonder?"
One remarked:

"I go along with Flood it's
time someone put their foot down

somewnere. (Ui Hep. JJaniel J.
Flood (D-Pa.) yesterday criticized
the attitude of Panamanian offi officials
cials officials who have called for larger
benefits for Panama from the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.)
I "It looks to me," one bystand

er claimed, "that they in Pane Pane-ma
ma Pane-ma are getting reedy for a visit
from om bigshot in the State,
and want all this adverse publi publicity
city publicity to hit thorn when they
come."

tion throughout the Canal Zone to today.
day. today. A group of women gathered at
early morning social in Balboa
today could dicuss nothing else.
"It is to utterly silly it's
laughable," on, remarked.
A white-collar clerk said that ha

felt maybe there was s o m e just

ification if the Foreign Office
would object to banks and ship shipping
ping shipping companies operating in the
Canal Zone, but added: "It seems

comoletelv unbelievable that

they should attack the Tivoli."

baruer this week tne Foreign

Office registered a protest against

tne operation of the canal Zone
Credit Union charging that this
was in violation of the RP-US
agreements.
The U.S. Embassy ill Panama,
with whom the protest Was lodg

ed, said thaey were consmring

uic ticuu uiuuit luauci. ""roar ; ''
No concrete action has been
taken yet. -mmm

(It was noted in this connec connection
tion connection that U. S. Secretary of the
Army Wilber M. Brucker arrives
on the Isthmus tomorrow morn morning,)
ing,) morning,) "Where exactly would they like
us to go, and take our families
out for an evening of entertain entertainment?
ment? entertainment? Their honky tonks in
town? an irate wondered today.
"Who can afford to go to Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's luxury hotel? We certain certain-ly
ly certain-ly can't."

lhe protest against the Tivott

Contract Is Let
On CZ Auditorium
For Schools Use

Isthmian constructors, Sic-,
a well known local construction
firm, has been awarded the
contract for the construction of
the new air-conditioned actlvl-"
t'en building and auditorium in
Balboa.
The company, which made a
base bid of $541,000 for the
construction of the activities
building, also was low on a
ioint base bid for the construc construction
tion construction of both the new acttvitie
building and a new headauar headauar-tert
tert headauar-tert for the Balboa Unit of the
Reserve Officers Tralnrng
Corps.
Bids on the ROTC building,
however, were rejected by the
Canal Zone Government and

reparations are now bemg

was the main topic of conversa- made to rndify tne design of

vertise the work at an early
date.
Bids on the two buildings
were opened Wednesday by Lt.
Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., En En-Kineerlnij
Kineerlnij En-Kineerlnij and Construction Di Director,
rector, Director, In the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The activities building will b
constructed on the site of tha
present ROTC bulldinar and will
be used for community activi activities
ties activities as well as school func functions.
tions. functions. The main feature of the new
building will be the auditorium
equipped with a full sized stage,
which can be used for any nor normal
mal normal theatrical production, ai
well as for movies anr. con

certs, in addition there will b
a work thoD for the construc construction
tion construction of scenery and sets; an
orchestra pit; dressing rco:n
facilities; a recording studio,
r.iusic library, band room, cholt
r m. id- savf at- private f'
tlce rooms.

Bob Glud Drove
Ambulance To Site
Of Todd's Crackup
Bob Gud, son of Panama busi

ness man "Hi wua, played a

part in recent efforts following

tne plane crash in which show
man Mike Todd was killed.

Bob, who is a senior at the Uni

versity of New Mexico in Albu

querque, drives an ambulance as
a spare-time job.
After the plane crash, he. was
summoned to drive to the site
of the accident to pick up the bo bodies
dies bodies of the victims.
Bob was- formerly a student at
the Canal Zone Junior College.
His narents reside in Panama.

where his father is active in the

sports world.

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TREATY INTERPRETATION
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blico" (Mail Box, March 25). Indeed a chap with not only the "out

ward" but blessed with the "forward" look as well. 1 too say let s
legislate for others as well as ourselves.
I feel A. the Credit Union fracas, along those concerning Al-bj-ook
Field and curtailment of the old-timers' Commissary privi privileges
leges privileges were settled, we could give a moment or two toward the wel welfare
fare welfare of our former Presidents.
' T X3v La solve the Credit Union fracas, let's abstain from sell

ing insurance and all will be well. The commercial aspect will be
bpnisfced and the employe groups can continue to borrow and save
'ta their heart's content. ''The insurnce angle is the only item de depending
pending depending upon interpretation, possibly conflicting with the U.S. and
Panama Treaty. , ',,
. As for the Albrook Field death, trap, maybe the labor unions
cfcn explain why they blocked the investigation by a Government
official of the Albrook Field hazards. I have it upon reliable au authority
thority authority the unions wired their officer in Washington last year to

layoff this issue. Why?

' To the retired U.S. Raters residing in Panama, I'say someone

has read into the treaty language not encompassed therein, item
u, a nf ihA Momnranrinm nf what T call Misunderstandings reads:

6. The United States of America agrees, effective December
31, 1956, to withdraw from persons employed by the agencies of the
rw.,.nn..,t nf ho TTnitoH states nf America in the Canal Zone who

aire not citizens of the United States of America and who do not
actually reside in said Zone the privilege of availing themselves of
service's which' are offered within said Zone except those which ara
essential to health or necessary to permit them to perform their

WAfU-r' checking my views and conferring with legislation-wise
friends, I wish n6w to explain for the layman what Item No.

The wording "Who Are Not Citizens of the United States of
America and who do not actually reside ia said Zone' is not part

of the two sentences, but of a single sentence. ""Zn",a
citizens not residing in the Canal Zone are prohibited om avail

ing themselves of Service center ana ummwaiy i....b,-.
To si'bsiantite this, they make exception -for those non-U.S. cl
tijiens to purchase lunches and or medical items while they are em
ployes of the Canal Zone.

To summarize: Nowhere In the treaty or memorandum are
retired U S citizens of the Canal Zone mentioned Bv no stretch of
tHe 'mapination nor by usual State Department doubletalk can any

one construe Item 6 to mean oinerwisc.
Panama claims they wish naught but to adhere to the treaty.

let's slop appeasing them, and ask them w start "g

Ruarkous
Comments

By ROBERT C. RUARK

Nobody ever accused Conrad Hil

ton of stupidity, and in his new

est venture, the gent has really

nailed one on the mose. The hotel

magnate has just announced piani

to build a flock ot inns :los a

board the airports in the major

cities 300-roon units with modern
facilities lor eating and amuse

ment.

He may lose some business from

bis big hotels, but with the super-

jet age upon us shortly, he s going

to make a flock o. fresh friends.

He's already made oute out of me

lor merely having the idea. 1'U

doss down in a kennel if it will
eleiminate those long, dreary hauls

from airport to city to hotel, when

al l need is a night s sleep ana

a connection in the morning.

This idea os expediting ground

traffic applies particularly now

that wet eeter on the edge of uni

versal jet transport. Vice Presid

ent Walter H. Johnson Jr., of

TWA was saying recently that in

10 months' time the advent of jet

service would "shrink the travei

size of America 40 percent." Ui I

mentioned that tne tiying time oi
seven and a half hours from Los

Angeles to New York will be but

to three and a half hours.

European flights ars already
chopped down to a long day's
haul, and whan the trans

oceanic swiftiss really get mov

ing, your tima changes will gtt
vou there almost' before you

Itavs. You have to pay for this

privilege of tims on the return
trip, but tims aloft is only so

many hours, no matter what the
clock says, and it's all fast. And

will bp faster.
"Jet planes," Johnson said,
"will double the amount of pas passenger
senger passenger seat mileage. But will tou tourists
rists tourists continue to fly in turbine air aircraft...
craft... aircraft... if upon arrival they receive

service which borders on the ob obsolescent,
solescent, obsolescent, are lodged in piston-aged
hotels and motels and find resorts
commercialized to the point of
nausea?"

What the man is saying, of

course, is that a fellow who can
afford to fly at all might rather
continue on from Denver to Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda than w,aste a lot of time
fighting his way into New York
to spend the night and then fight fighting
ing fighting his way back to the airport

to go through the whole mess of
customs and baggage location once
again before he takes of" for Ber Bermuda,
muda, Bermuda, where he was headed in the

first place.

'what gives with these Panamanians? 'All you hear is close
this close that, and now they want the Credit Union closed
because they think it is contrary to the treaty.

Why is it that when ine,uanai r"tT" r" i,
ts sunoosed to b doing, Something eontfary 'to the treaty it is
do something contrary to th etreaty it s perfectly all rignt?
For insunce'panama government cars going to the ; Balboa gas

trary to the ioo Kemun-iMseuuuww "V"
sane treaty denies me and a few hundred more retired or still still-wotkirtg
wotkirtg still-wotkirtg employes of the Federal government of the United
States the right to get gas at the Balboa gas station
I know what I am talking about for I saw a Panama gov-
also notice a Panama government car go to the Diabjp com commissary,
missary, commissary, The qccupant went in nd bought food there. That
is also contrary, to the treaty. There are also all the Panama-
im in the Tliahln enmmissarv.

AiiAia wi a r". II. J.j iu. T V,owa et.

' If Panamanians ignore tne ueaty m un jo
ou,, what in the hell do they mean by yelping about treaties?
It doesn't make sense at all.
. SAFARI II
Sf Having spentVa very busy week end working on my yard, I
now have seveiloads of trimmings and as many natives hired to
carry them for flfe. ....
T Tomorrow morning we leave, seekmg, as I said in my former
cdrespondence, a very rare thing on the Atlantic side, a dry trash
barreL Safari Girl

Bit

COLORED VOTING POWER

. Ufa tteafl MmmPTltlTV that colored Panamanians are not

particularly race-conscious nor politically enlightened.
'"This marginal, exploited minority represents tremendous
purchasing power and significant, if not decisive voting strength.
This group ought to be vocal and demanding in the pursuit of
its rights and should insist in a proportionate share in the
economic and civic, activities of this society They have always
borne more than their portion of the burden, obligations and
attendant hardships. The time is ripe for a resurgence of the
masses, the common man.
' The largest chain of supermarkets operating in Panama
Cl&r does not employ one member of this group. Yet in cer certain
tain certain localities where these supermarts operate, more than 50
ofitheir sales are made to colored Panamanians. It is obvious
then that the colored Panamanians' dollars enable these retail
outlets to prosper, make a profit. Their continued solid patron patronage
age patronage is ever a big factor in the overall planning of these retail
merchandising establishments. Therefore colored Panamanians
,hoW a strong position to demand certain services and considera considerations.
tions. considerations. The management will make concessions if proper action
Is taken.
It is suggested that aggressive, intelligent persons living in
the communities where these marts are located draft a peti petition,
tion, petition, requesting the employment of members of their group, and
obtain at least 150 to 200 token signatures of regular custom customers
ers customers to evidence their purchasing power. After the petition is
duly written and signed, it should be presented to the manage management
ment management of the chain of supermarkets involved. This Is the pre

scribed democratic process of handling such a situation.
Colored Panamanians also have enough ''voting strength to
elect three deputies in the Province of Panama, two in the
Province of Colon,, and one in the Province of Bocas del Toro,
if they vote In a bloc. The 1950 census bears this out. In I960,
census results might even be more promising,
i
In order to accomplish this objective, they must finance
the political campaign of their candidates in addition to back backing
ing backing them at the polls. Do this and all segments in the Republic
of Panama will respect and appreciate them as a group' for
such Intelligent action. They should stop asking (on begging)
for handouts. They should use their power. This is a democ democ-racy.
racy. democ-racy. For if the wealthy continue to finance the campaign of
the colored Panamanians' chosen candidates, vote-splitting and
a series of compromises are inevitable.
The manager of our largest hotel is said to be a man of
convictions a rare and welcome sight in Panama. If this re re-(port
(port re-(port be true, the Hilton high command will soon move him up
'higher in their ever-expanding empire. Incidentally, does the

Winken, BHnken and Nod

s s I ei

m merry-Go-Round

ft pi Ait os

Walter Winchell In New York

NEW YORKERS
ARE TALKING ABOUT ...
Randullph Churchill replacing
brain-in-head with foot-in-mouth.
Apparently, the British lion has a
few jackasses ... The combatants
in another war: The New York
and Los Angeles sports historians
covering the Dodgers. (May the
best typewriter win!) ... Broad Broadway's
way's Broadway's roulette: "Happy Hunting"
had a 52-week rur. and lost $74,001
... Maestro Daniel Kaye conduct conducting
ing conducting the New York Philharmonic.
Danny has conducted 5 other sym symphony
phony symphony orchestras. (Happy git-gat-gattle,
Mr. fieethovenl) ... Lee J.
Cobb's grand gamuting in "The
Brothers Karamazov" flicker. He
is an Actor ... Jayne Mansfield,
the darling who is different. She
has gold ink in her pen. (End of

geeMMuz news).

Especially on flights from the

East Coast of America to Europe,

a more or less two-day vacunum

has been accepted for the man or
woman who comes in from the
West. This has comprised big tour touristy
isty touristy business for New York's ho-

teje, restaurants and night clubs.
Its' -about to fade fade already

urged along by the fact that you

can fly over the Pole from the
West Coast in verysmart time.
The commercial jets will have
you from San Francisco to Rome

about as fast as they can lug you

from San Francisco to Miami.

The ordinary transient hotel has
taken a ferrific clobbering from
the motels in recent years, in the
motorist trade. This is known' as

convenience business, as opposed
to semi-permanent stopover or va vacation
cation vacation accomodations. It deals with

the one-night stands.

You couldn't fence m into ci-
tw traffic anil Info nnA U.(iil;..

sd hotel, with elevators and bell j "ayes 'h.?at on April 9

captains and parking problems
and tipping all over, if 1 can
drive my car to soma pleasant
motel en the outskirts, enjoy its
swimming peel, tip nobody, and
not have to ring down for ice
because there's an ice machine
on the veranda.
The airline trave'ers are enino

to demand the same thing. If in
the future it takes vou two hours

to get from Idlewild to Rancho
Boyeros in Cuba, you are not go going
ing going to want to spend twice that

time iumniing for overnight acco-

muaauons, ana double customs.
Mr. Conrad Hilton, who runs

more big hotels than anybody, has
already seen the jet-age writing
in the sky. If he can whisk you
off that iron bird to comfnrthl

accomodations within spitting dis distance
tance distance of the field, allowing you to
leave most of your luggage In es
crow for the flight tomorrow, with without
out without all the bother of hue

taxis and tips and bageaee checks

give you a decent dinner and

some entertainment and a nearby
bed he Won't have tn mnrrw

u..a l ; ."."

j """Jg any money at the Wal
arof. He'll keen his chain stinkin.

lery in "Who Was That Lady I
Saw You With?" The daffiest dil dil-ly
ly dil-ly ... Martin Mayer's book, "Madi "Madison
son "Madison Avenue, U.S.A." A fascinating
insight into a $10 billion industry
... Following our "scloosul" a a-bout
bout a-bout Wyatt Earp's blazing rom romance
ance romance with Linda Jones,' gorgeou
Cafe De Paris girl-girl, we asked
Hugh O'Brian: Did he wish to de deny
ny deny or affirm. He giggled: "When
I get back to California how can
I explain this to my horse!"

Russia's ambassador in Wash Washington
ington Washington doing the charm-boy bit.
Newsmen there call him "Smiling
Mike" ... The stars in City Cen Center
ter Center musicals who earn $100 per

week. Their understudies get $110
... New flickers with unusual tit titles:
les: titles: "Chase a Crooked Shadow"
and "Count Five and Die" ...Pafta ...Pafta-chou
chou ...Pafta-chou in the "International Soiree"
show. Mademoiselle Oohlala is a
femme Chevalier ... "Love Me Lit Little"
tle" Little" winning raves aplenty in New
Haven. It opens at the, Helen

lire nn Ann fl Revnhn

. r"

Place" finally dropping) out of

the best-seller list after 75 weeks

Mr. Justice Hand's essay on

rights, powers and courts in the

Saturday Review. Read lit and

learn ... Modern Screen quoting L.
Bacall's confession: "I'll say yes

to f rankie!"

keen his rhain stint.;!

rich in the suburbs with his jet-

Iton chain have an incentive-award proeram for. their em

fcloyes? Can they institute a career system for employes below
the managerial level? It might pay off handsomely in greater
monetary profits and international goodwill.
What we have in mind is rotating the department heads.
Kep the heads on their respective bodies, though.
Disgusted Patriotic Panamanian v

an
atSjgjeejjeejeejgBSjBjBjBSJV Bjeseeeeeeeeeeeeese-eeee--'-'-'-S
EE3

The Congressmen demanding an

inquiry into reports that the lat
est cut in the Federal Reserve dis

count rate had been leaked to pri

vileged persons. (It's about time)

The moth-balling of the Navy's

latest battleship. It was built less

than 15 years aeo at a cost of sioo

million ... Petefxind Hayes' drol-

The FCC mess demonstrating

that Washington's biggest business

consists of influence-peddling .

George' Jenkins imaginative sets
in "Two for the Seesaw'K.. 20th

Century-Fox deriving 5325,600 a-

year from "the oil wells on its
nronertv ... Carol Lvnlev irr th

'Blue Denim' drama. She has taf

fy tresses and the bluest eyes

Harper's, the high-falutin' mag, of offering
fering offering an interesting essay shout
s-x...The soundtrack of the "South
Pacific" movie, A wonderful reu reunion
nion reunion with happy sounds ... "The

Call Girl" tome which disclose
that sinful-eyefools earn $'n,000

(tax-free) per annum ...The ies ies-pians
pians ies-pians who do teevee commer commer-shills.
shills. commer-shills. Manye am over $50,000-per-year.
And they don't, have to wor worry
ry worry about gr-r-r-r-atings.

Leonard Goldenson. the ABC

Paramount chief, pointing out that

six current flickers wl I oss he
tween $5-and-$10-milUon. An indi
cation of the motion picture in

dustry's basic vitality Sinatra's

disc of the oldee-dandee "If l f or
set You." A smooooth ballad

The Academy Award ceremonlc

which are expected to De viewed

and heard by an audience of 225

rmllroh ... The blush-inducing dia

log in "The Long, Hot Summer"

movie. Especially the Anthony

Francidsa-Lee Remick girl and

boying ...Walter Slczak's grim but

accurate size-up of the acting pro

fession: "Acting is a sad business

where you crawl from hope to

hope.

The seduction episode in "De

.ire Under the Elms."-The movie

makes no compromises with O'

Weill's original script.. .Mrs. FDR's

blast at Tammany m the Sateve

post ... Nancy Walker, who said
she was quitting the stage several

months ago, enjoying another per

sonal triumph in the "Wonderful
Town" revival ...Tln skeleton in
Bob Hope's closet: flis original
tag is Leslie Townes Hope ...Judy
Garland, who told an interviewer
several months ago: "I think when

I found Sid Luft I was finally thru

looking for a father" ... Johnny
Mathis, who was studying to be become
come become an English teacher only two
years ago Then he recorded a

tune that was full of good turns.

He Will earn oVer a half-million $

this year ... Helen Hayes perform

ance' in "Mrs. McThine" on TV

I demonstrating how bright a star
tan shine.

' WASHINGTON The Catholic
Church has a fine obligation prac practised
tised practised by members of its faith which
the rest of us non-Catholics should
follow especially newspapermen.
It's the obligation of confession.
J want to follow it now in regard
to some mistakes I have made.

CONFESSION No. 1 Pertains to

Louey Johnson, the former secret secretary
ary secretary of defense. In reporting some
of the reasons why we were be behind
hind behind Russia on missiles and satel

lites, I stated that Johnson had
curtailed these two programs in
the interest of economy when he
Was running the Defense Depart Department.
ment. Department. This was 50 per cent in er error,
ror, error, which I now want to correct.
Louey, who conscientiously tried
to knock heads together to prevent
Pentagon bickerinz. did cut out

"the satellite program started by

ms preaecessor. However, he did
not cut the far more important

missue program started Jan. 10
1946', when the Air Corps let a con

tract to Convair to build the MX-

774.

The project was killed, not hv

Johnson but by the then chief of

staff of the Army, 5en. Dwight D.
Eisenhower, on July 1, 1947. The
Army was then in contM of the
Air Corps.

in fairness to Eisenhower, it
should be noted that he acted on

the advice of his military experts

But in fairness to Louey Johnson
I want to make it clear that he

did not kill the missile nroiect.

CONFESSION No. 2 pertains to
another Johnson, Sen.; Lyndon B.,
of Texas". Recently I reported that

jhe had acquired TV station KTBC
in Austin under a ouickie erant

from the, federal Communications

commission right after the freeze

was taken off the granting of TV
licenses.
While the Johnson TV grant was
included among the so called
"quickie" licenses awarded in the

rush of July 1952, there was no

compemion for it from any other
applicant in Austin, and the John

son license had been on file with
the FCC since March 14, 1952. The
freeze was taken off on July 1,
1952, and the Johnson application

was granted July 11. Another op
plicant in Austin got a UHF sta

tion the same day. Johnson's was
a VHP. I am delighted to make

these tacts entirely clear.

CONFESSION No. 3 pertains to
Speaker Sam Rayburn's disparag disparaging
ing disparaging remarks about Postmaster Postmaster-general
general Postmaster-general Summerficld when Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield offered him some new
post- offices in Sam's Texas di district
strict district as an apparent inducement

to win Sam s support for increa

Birds of a Feather

Answer to Previous Puzxle

ACROSS

Though the name of Hippoc Hippocrates,
rates, Hippocrates, the Greek "father of

medicine," is attributed to a
I great collection C works
I some of which were familiar to ;
the medical school at Alexan-i
Idria, Egypt, as early at 300!
B.C. he probaMy wrote few
of them. Still, after more than
2,000 years, the case histories
they Include are considered
models of clinics reporting
j and surprisingly modern.
e Brltannlea Jfr Encycloptala

1 Nisht bird
4 Song bird
Bird delicacy
12 Exist
13 Curved
molding
14 Wings
15 Corded fabric
16 Tricksters
18 Showed
contempt
20 Century
plants
21 Legal matters
22 Discord
goddess
24 Not clerical
26 Cereal husk
27 Mouth part
30 Last
32 Seaport in
rtaly
34 Metric
measures
33 Newspaper
executive
36 Bud's sibling
37 Philadelphia's
founder
39 Canvas
shelter
40 Chew
41 French sea
42 Number
45 Usual
49 Took
exception
51 Old sailor
52 Poker stake
33 French father
54 Measures
i'aft
65 Stagger
56 Wiles
97 Harden, as
cement

DOWN

1 Rowing

implements

2 Small modest
bird
3 Belgian hares
4 Attics
5 Askew
6 Submit

7 New Zealand 24 Minus

!

parrot
8 Room
separations
9 Spread for
bread
10 Unusual
11 Disorder
17 Won

25 Opposed
26 Assail
27 Those who
can read

41 Ancient
Asians
42 Mast
43 Sea eagle
44 Cast a ballot

28 Sacred image 46 Green in

28 impudent heraldry

.si Mourn
33 Saltpeter

19 Happen again 38 Tidier

23 Black bird 40 Pepper plant

47 Quail, for
instance
48 Formerly
50 Health resort

HM h K It 17 I h h lit III
B 1 F
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The Herald-Tribune's review of
Edgar Hoover's "Masters 0

Deeit." Must-reading for critical
editors ... Author James Jones'
harsh truth; "The more I see fil

people, the more it seems that we
all live by conspiracy. We say
ril-believe-your-lies-about-youj if-you'll-believe-mine-about
me" .

Khruschev, whose hobbies in

clude duck-huntin2. One of hi

hunting guns cost $000. Hmf. (A

capitalist) ... McCall's, the scand

al mag, reporting that Natalie

Wood (before she was married

went put with 55 different men in
18 months ... Carmen Mc Rae's
"Mad About "the Man" album. She

gives the cool treatment to Noel
Coward's swellodies .j. The unfun unfunny
ny unfunny TV clowns who make with the
jokes about the recession. Taste
was never more ugly.
' Francoise Sagan, the Gallic nov novelist
elist novelist queen, who is not only broke
but owes $48,000 to the tax. collec
tor ... Oscar Hammers'tein's coun counsel:
sel: counsel: "To succeed in the theatre.

you must have an irrational love

for it" ... The 72 lady cabbies in

the Big City ... The cost of produc

ing Broadway shows rooming 30C

percent during the past decade..

xony jpepnns' self-analysis:

need people to tell me I'm good,
because I can give so many rea

sons wny I'm not" ... Robert Pres

ton, the "Music Man" star, de

scribing the numerous cowboy e-r-ics
he made: "Only the horses
changed."

Susan Strasberg discovering she
is now grown up. She says: "When
people came backstage, they used
to pat me on the head. Now they
kiss me" ... Alec Guinness, who

is an expert on English medieval

literature ... The TV reprise of

Anchors Aweish' co-starrine Gene

Kelly and Frank Sinatra. One of

the few oldies that defies time

Brando's sinister description of

his eyes: "They remind you of a
dead pig" ... Henry Fonda, who
originally intended becoming a
newspaperman. He studied journ

alism at the U of Minnesota ...A.

Godfrey's comment in TV Guide:
"The moment you give a person
assurances of security, give him
a contract, he lets down on you."
PS.: Mr. Godfrey has the securi security
ty security of being a multi-millionaire as
well as long-term contract.
Marie McDonald, the Body
Blondiful, demonstrating that low
is not always lovely ... The dust
jacket of "The Mackerel Plaza"
tome which has a whimsical biog
of the author. Vereee funeee...Whv

no one should be surprised about

Paul Mum .appearing m a music musical
al musical next season. He launched his

career as a songndanza...Leonard
Bernstein, the successful musician,
who yearns to be a successful po poet
et poet ... Playwright Arthur Miller,

who doesn't forget. In the Sabbath

Times he panned the critics for

panning one of his plays five

years ago. Everybody has a good

memory for raps ... (We all forget
the r greases and ffffltmfrff the
bumps).

edaflfistage.
ryuite recei

s" backer

. .1 ... .. 11 I JfilAA fl 1

mi,

soe

recently, I now fin

the .incident actually happened at

the last session of Congress and
therefore applied to the four-cent:
stamp instead of the five-cent.
However, the point of e stpry
remains even more valid, because
if the Speaker was scve at the
postmaster general regarding his
tactics in trying to win support
for the four-cent stamp, he will
be even more adamant regarding
the increase to five cents. He has
indicated this recently in telling

the story of Summerfield's offer offering
ing offering him new post offices in order

to curry favor.
Siimmerfield also offered Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leader John McCormack

some new post office buildings m
McCormack said he preferred to
see people rent buildincs to rh

post office department so they

nuuiu cuuuuue 10 pay taxes to loc local
al local governments.
I regret the error regarding the
date of the Ravburn-Sum

incident.

CONFESSION No. 4 pertains to
Maj. Gen. Julius Klein of the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois National Guard, who has com complained
plained complained about certain reports I
have written regarding his lobhv-

mg are the return to Germany 61
alien property seized by the USA
in the USA during the war. 1
I find that I erroneously report reported
ed reported that Klein was founder of the

jewi8n,war Veterans. He was
not. He was national enmmanri,-

of the Jewish War Veterans, 1947-

o, ana nas been, chairman of their
executive committee since 1952. I
regvet the error.
. I do not, however, regret report reporting
ing reporting Klein's lobbying activities be because
cause because I think the public has a right
tO knOW about anv effort raowl

ing the return of alien property,
lobbying or otherwise, which

wirara result m -increasing our tax
bill about $150,000,000.
Klein seH-righteously denies
that he was hired to lobby for the
return of German property, but it
would be interestine to know wh

Herman Abs, the big German bank

er, is willing to pay him $40,000
plus expenses.

xviciu ciaims u s in order to
recognition of an international n

whereby property will not he aa

ed by foreign governments. Hot

ever, ne's registered with the JusJ
ice Department as a foreign ageMr
has made appearances before If
Congressional committee and m
troduced his client to Congressv
men, all in the interest of creat creating
ing creating a climate more favorable to
the return of German property.
Klein also claims that Herman
Abs is a poor victim of Hitler and
would have us believe that AbsoS AbsoS-posed
posed AbsoS-posed Hitler. f
The fact is that Abs was one of
thc top bankers under Hrtler. a
director of I.G. Farben, a direc director
tor director of the Deutsch Bank! and Seaw
Smathers of Florida has put irr
the Congressional Record proof
that Abs was a member of the
German bankers who participated
in wresting away Jewish-owned
property under Hitler.
Klein doesn't like me to men mention
tion mention his connection with the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish War Veterans. But one reason
he is paid $40,000 by Herman At
is because most Jews are opposed
to the return of German property,
therefore Klein's self advertised

cind in Jewish veterans ac-

helps make his lobbying
more Effective.

r. all, a great many people

still remember that Hitler murder murdered
ed murdered 6,000,000 Jews ---even if;.Klein
doesn't.-
I wish to apologize, however, for
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was merely past commander.
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WASHINGTON Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles, com commenting
menting commenting at bis news conference
on student riots before the U.S.
Embassy in Jakarta:
"I wouldn't attach too much im importance
portance importance to these student riots. I
remember when I was a student
at the Sorbonne in Paris I used
to go out and riot occasionally."

HOLLYWOOD BEACH, Fla. Fla.-Lloyd
Lloyd Fla.-Lloyd F. Scites, 34, sole survivor
of the crash of a rented small
plane which killed his wife and
child, and three members of his
wife's family:
, "Wilkison made a beautiful
landing in the water and we all
climbed out on the wing unhurt.
It' was then that we discovered
there were no life jackets aboard.
I tried to hold my little girl's
head above water, but later the
waves blew up and I realized she
had drowned."
CHICAGO Maj. Gen. Delmar
T. Spivey, USAF (Ret.), superin

tendent of Culver Military Acad

emy:

If our youngsters" behavior

and attitudes are not all we think
flier shpuft? "leTf is because

aauus eitner nave, given them a

wrong sense qi values .or no

values at all."

Red Flag Raising
In Tokyo Stirs
Angry Reaction

TOKYO, March 28 (UP)

rnme Minister Nobusuke Kishi

today told a parliamentary com committee
mittee committee the Japanese government
had no intention of granting a

Communist Chinese trade mission

the "right" to fly the Red flag

over Its headquarters In Tokyo.
The flag raising provision In a
trade agreement between Private

Japanese business interests and

the Peipmg regime provoked an angry
gry angry reaction In Formosa. The na-

WASHINGTON, March 28 (UP)
President Eisenhower has warn

ed Congress last night against en
dangering the jobs of 4,500,000 A

mericans by "blindly" crippling

his embattled reciprocal trade pro program.
gram. program. Denouncing "economic isolation isolationism",
ism", isolationism", the President said that the
trade program was "good for
America" because it helped cre create
ate create jobs, strengthened the nation's
economy, and promoted peace
throughout the world.

His speech climaxed a daylong

show of strength conference at attended
tended attended by some 1,500 of the na nation's
tion's nation's leaders to marshal support
for the administration's trade re request
quest request to Congcess. It was similar
to the recent bipartisan rally for
the President's foreign aid pro program.
gram. program. Preceding the Chief Executive
to the speaker's rostrum were
Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson,
Vice President Richard M. Nixon,
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, speaker Sam Rayburn and
a host of other Democratic and
Republican figures in and out of
government.
Stevenson, battling for the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic born program, said fail failure
ure failure to extend it would weaken
Western alliances, hurt U.S. world
leadership, and push the world's
underdeveloped nations into the
arms of the Communists.
Rayburn lashed out at "rich
and powerful" U.S. industrialists
who oppose the program. He said
they are "potentially more dan dangerous
gerous dangerous to us than Communists
among us" because they are rich
and respectable and "have so society's
ciety's society's unwitting sanction and un unknowing
knowing unknowing support."
The President has asked Con Congress
gress Congress for a five-year extension of

I his authority to .enter into trade

tionalist Chinese government im immediately
mediately immediately suspended all commer commercial
cial commercial relations with Japan.
Kishi told the Upper House
Budget Committee today that the
government "believes the time is
not yet ripe for Japan to recog recognize
nize recognize Communist China." He add added,
ed, added, however, that Japanese econ economy
omy economy made necessary the expan expansion
sion expansion of trade relations with the
Reds.

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rather than lower tariffs.
The President directly linked
the trade program to government
efforts to end the business reces recession.
sion. recession. He said that last year world
trade amounted to 100 billion dol dollars
lars dollars and made jobs for at least
4,500,000 Americans.

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Gines Perez, school commandant. The major, who Is the
school's director of instruction, was nominated by Department
of the Army on list No. 5 of its augmentation program, and
named as a captain of infantry. Jones is a graduate of the
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On stage
Offstage and Upstage: here

were no teeth marks on the scene scenery
ry scenery anywhere. Sfringe? No,- fan fantastic.
tastic. fantastic. "The Last Hurrah," I expected,
would be the darndest scene steal stealing,
ing, stealing, scenery chewing movie set
in Hollyv$ed. I rechecked the
names of the cast: Spencer Tracy;
Pat O'Brien, Donald Crisp, Basil
Rathbone. John Carradine, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Gleason, Wallace Ford, Riear Riear-do
do Riear-do Cortez, Ed Brophy, Frank Mc Mc-Hugh
Hugh Mc-Hugh aad Edmund Lowe.
Yup, the greatest collection of
icenestealers ever assembled for
one film. A regular murderers row

of character actors who, alone and
in teams, had stolen whole sound
stage floors-right, from under tne

feet of a generation of movie gla-J
mor girls and handsome profiles.

Ava Gardner fs headed for Mia
mi to see Dr. I. Daniel Shoree. i

plastic surgeon, about the blood

cioi on her face which may be
IPavintf a email n,. K

v'o ai,jtt avai ... rti uiy vr-
cherd's telling about the comedian
who lost-his TV show because of
illness his sponsor got sick of
him... iBirfg Crosby and Bob Hope
are talking about a movie deal.
They figure the release on TV of
their old Paramount comedies is
a good time to warble "Together
Again."... Joan Cr.t'vford threat threatening:
ening: threatening: "h my post 1948 pictures
are sold to. television and I get
nothing, I'll sue in nothing flat
and I think I'd win."... David Ni Ni-ven,
ven, Ni-ven, guessing what would have
happened to him if he hadn't be become
come become an actor:
"Probably a bad secretary of

a swanky golf club and clisiionest
at that."

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That top-o-the world feeling N yours every day wttti

Nrtw all nf thorn oro Violnmo Tii.

rector John Ford tell the story of

tne last of the flamboyant politi politicians.
cians. politicians. Real sad. T fiwiiroH Whv

it might even end friendships of
years. Not to mention the last of

some fine and expensive Colum Columbia
bia Columbia studio scenery, gummed right

oown to notmng.
But I should ha'-e remembered
there was an equalizer on the
set. That fellow in the slouch hat
with four Oscars at home as the
reason I could find rn twth narirs

on the scenery anyvhero Not even i

in ovt-pf-the-way cornets, because
I looked.

One-time silent stax- Estelle Taj
lor is gravelv ill at her home.

Thev hiav be lesal firmvnrirs

tween Paramount and Bill Holden

ine studio claims he's due for

film there, but Holden flew
coop.

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Ike entire cast Iiad been togeth togeth-MfW
MfW togeth-MfW the first ycene,
"Who won the fi-st rcund?" I
asked Tracy.
He knew what I was thinking
shout and he prinn.-r'-
' ' -"Mi v''o wins every
round on this set It's .Tohn Fee
ody is smart enough
to know it."
..... ooUhbM Bl ifUAi- Caney,
thai insurance policy, oil ihti sce scenery
nery scenery but it's not gjiujj bye-bye.

Newsitem: "Roberto Rosse'lini
would like to costar Marlon Bran

do and his wife, Anna Kashfi, in
a movie." Careful, Marlon.
Hermione Gingold, the British
comedienne slated to help Jack
Benny laugh up "Little Red Rid Riding
ing Riding Hood", on TV's "Shower of
Stars" March 20, is a kitchen whiz
at preparing exptic dishes. But
she's never owned a cookboofa "I
cook by ear," she told me. "I
believe I am the only member
of the theatrical profession with
steamed ear lobes.".. Rhonda Fle Fleming,
ming, Fleming, a blonde for "Home Before
Dark," will go, back to her red
hair before she goes home when
the film is completed,,, Old Salt
Sterling Hayden crumpled when
an actor, who just purchased a
secondhand boat, told him:

"Haven't used it yet. I'm still
scraping off the binnacles.

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COL. AND MRS. L. F. WILSON
ENTERTAIN FOR DEPARTING OFFICERS
Col. and Mrs. L. F. Wilson entertainod approximately
40 guests at a cocktail buffet at their Fort Clayton quarters
last evening
Honored guests who are leaving the Isthmus shortly
' were Col. and Mrs. George Heck, Col. and Mrs. Joseph
; Walton, and Col. and Mrs Howard Hastings.

Terry Farewell Party
Saturday Evening

' ', Friends and co workers will
honor Captain Norman A. Terry,1

Senior Master on the ferryboat
Presidente Porras, at a farewell
party at the Club Atlas Saturday
rfight. The party will be a dinner
dance and will begin at 7 p.m. It
li sponsored by the Local 27 of
We Masters, Mates and Pilots.
) Tickets are $2.50 per person and
available iiibm any member of
the local Reservation may be
made by telephoning Edward K.
Wilburn, at 6-170, or V. C. Melant
at 6-181.

Pollsters Find Wives Best
Customers Of Abortionists

NEW YORK (UP) According
to a "Kinsey report" on the con consequences
sequences consequences of the sexual behavior
of women, the best customers of
abortionists are not divorcees or
unmarried girls but wives.
However, "the younger genera-

Monday, at 7:45 D.m. in the club tions of wives resort to abortion

rooms of the Atlantic Camera1 less frequently than their moth moth-Club.
Club. moth-Club. Mr. Bailey's colored slides s did and may, be ore they pass
and commentary recorded by Mr. their child bearing years, excel
Trevor Simons of scenes depicting even their grandmother's com com-the
the com-the country and people around Pjrative low rate for contrived
Los Santos, "Las Tablas that for abortions, the report added,
the benefit of those who missed T"is interpreted to mean

the showing on February 24th, it narai wan ineir

BraniV Repressntativt
Actresses Doctors' Wives

Mr. Manuel J. Cucalon of
Braniff Airways was the guest
speaker at the monthly morning
coffee of the Doctors' Wives Club
held the Hotel Tivoli Wednesday.
He described interesting fea
tures of and important things to
set during to six South American
countries, also Cuba' and Costa Ri Rica.
ca. Rica. Decorations for the coffee
consisted of unusual and interest

ing articles beloning to mem members
bers members from each of these countries.
Hostesses were the wives of
residents and Interns with Mrs.
Toni Jackson, chairman.

is again presented.

welcome.

Guests are

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

JJttITJKJ

Captain Terry is retiring from Life In The Interior
ft Canal service and will leave Depicted iy Camera Club
the Isthmus early in April to; Mr. M. K. Bailey will present
make his home in the U n i t e dl his tape recorded lecture "The
States. lAzrero Peninsula of Panama" on

lack notice for inclusion la this
column should bo lubmitttd in
tree-written form and mailed oo
the box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," ei delivered
by band to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
Soroptomist Meeting
Date Moved Up

The Soroptomist Club meeting

eiders," at least "in (this) one
respect." In short they are less
afraid of pregnancy and "the

most eager for motherhood" of

any generation seen in years."
The report found reason for as astonishment
tonishment astonishment in its finding that di divorcees,
vorcees, divorcees, widows and wives not liv living
ing living with their husbands, have a
sizable pregnancy rate from illicit
sexual relations. The comment oh
this was: These women are pre presumed
sumed presumed to have "full awareness
of the possible consequences and
considerable knowledge about how
to avoid them."
The statistics and interpreta interpretations
tions interpretations were those of the Institute
for Sex Research at the Univers University
ity University of Indiana which the 1st nr.

Alfred C. Kinsey established. The'

statistics served first as basis for
Kinseys last book, "Sexual Be Behavior
havior Behavior ia the Human Female,"
published in 1953.

Now, his successors (he died in

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time and place.

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VFW Post 3822
Elects, Appoints
Slate Of Officers
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post Home 3822, Lt. Frank P. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook held an election of officers
at its March meeting in Curundu.
Appointive offices were filled also.
Those elected were:
Post Commander, Edmund S.
Coe; Senior vice commander, Lee

L. Talbott; Junior Vice command

er, Earl E. Hignt, quartermaster,
Ivan E. Johnson; post advocate,
James F. Metcsl ; Post surgeon,
Charles E. Hill; chaplain, John
Flnlason and three year truestee,

Robert S. Atkins.
Those appointed were: Adjutant
F. Cazabon; public relations offi officer,
cer, officer, F. Cazabon; asst. quartermas

ter, William R. Gaylord; officer

of the day, Randall L. Ansley;
service officer, Gilbert J. Marcum;
employment officer, Donald L.
Hughes patriotic instructor, Ab Ab-ner
ner Ab-ner J. Webster and color guard,
C. E. Cottre'l.
: The next regular meeting will
be held on Monday, April 7,
at 7:30 p.m. at Post 3822, Lt. F.
P. Albrook, Curundu. There will
be eats and drinks for all as well.

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SUSPECTED SPY ARRESTED

BONN, Germany (UP) A wom woman
an woman employe of the West German
Foreign Ministry has been arrest arrested
ed arrested on suspicion of spying for the
East German Communists). A
spokesman said the woman, Fraj
Irmgard Roemer, gave informa information
tion information re'ating to her work in the
Eastern Affairs Division of the

ministry.

cy, uirtn and Abortion" to be
ffw M,y- Meanwhile,
McCalls Magazine purchased ex-
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TRINITY METHODIST
Colon

At the Trinity Methodist Church

on taster Sunday, there will be

a necepuon service for over 20

new memDers. This Sunday, serv
ices will be held as usual, at s m

a.m. and 7:15 p.m. with Sunday

avuuui ai o p.m.
HOLY WEEK SERVICES

Trinity Monday to Thursday
7:30 p.m. Good Fridayn noon.

and at 7:30 p.m. stainer's "The

crucifixion." Saturday 7:30 n.m.

Ebenezer Rainbow City
Monday to Thurrday 7:30 p.m.
Good Friday 8 a.m. Saturday,
7:30 p.m.
Cativa Monday to Thursday

7:30 p.m. Good Friday noon. I

Saturday 7:30 p.m.
New Providence Monday to
Saturday 5:30 p.m.
There will be special speakers
at every service.

end installment of an outline to today.
day. today. The statistics were gathered by
Kinsey and his associates in high highly
ly highly personal Interviews with almost

8,000 women.

The statistics confirmed the
common observation that wives

general'y become mothers 80 per
cent became pregnant at least
once. It was pointed that an un unknown
known unknown number of the remaining
20 per cent either wer. sterile or

were married to sterile men.

Therefore, it was impossibi to ar arrive
rive arrive at a statistic on the effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness of birth control among
the married.
Shaky marriages is the factor
most likely to send wives to abor abortionists.
tionists. abortionists. This ws especially so
among wives under 30. Their
abortion rate was almost twice as
high as that of wives who were
compatable with their husbands.
Wives who feel their marriage la
just about on the rocks," ire
like'y to be unwilling to bear a
child, it was remarked.
Concerning women who have
been wives but are wives no long long-.
. long-. ,the report aaid: "Tradition
labels them as being sexually ac ac-ceptant,
ceptant, ac-ceptant, if not actually aggressive,
and males respond accordingly."
Of these women, three out of four
were said to accept the male
overtures, and 17 per cent beenm

pregnant at least once. This waa

HriDuwi 10 carelessness. It was
said to happen much mnrt fro.

qoently to divorcees than to wid

ows, dui, or course, women usual usually
ly usually are older when they become
widows.
This pregnancy rate was about
the same as that of never-married
women who have illicit relations.
But unmarried women frequently
marry the men and only seven
per cent of the once-marrUH h;h

Only four per cent gave lllegiti-

maw nun, mucn lower man the
never-married. But 79 per cent
almost four out of five" chose
abortion.

A number of special services

will be held during Holy Week, at
the Margarita Union Church.

On Maundv Thursday, com-

munion service will be held at 7 MAKE your man feel like the

p.m. in commemoration of the head of the tmily if you want him
Last Supper held by Christ and to go through hfe convinced he

the discipiea on the last night be-1 married the right woman.

fore Christ's death. a lot of my happily married men

On Good Friday, the church willireaders took the trouble to reply

scp

Holy Week Schedule
At Margarita Union
Church Announced

m

Make Your

Husband Fed

Like VIP Around Horn

hold a short service at noon. This

is in keeping with the hour at

which Jesus was hung on the
Cross. The congregation will unite

with the other Atlantic sraers at

( a.m. Baiter Sunday for a sun

rise service at Fort Davis. On Eas

ter Sunday. Sunday School will be

held st 9:45 a.m. and the regular

morning worship at 11 a.m. There

will also be a cnapei service at

9:30 a.m. at the Coco Solo Cha Chapel.
pel. Chapel. At all of the services there
will be special Easter season mu

sic.

S.SjB. "Bert" Simons. British

Consul in Colon, will address the
Men's Fellowship of the church
on the evening March 31 at the

Fellowship Hour which follows tne

monthly men's supper. The e v e e-ning
ning e-ning activities will being at 6:30
p.m. Kenneth T. Shelly vs desig designated
nated designated the evening as "Bring a
Buddy Night." A large number

of guests is anticipated.
Sunday school teachers and of officers,
ficers, officers, under the leadership of
Mrs. John Leach, will meet for

their monthly meeting at 7:30

p.m. Tuesday. Plans will be dis

cussed for the summer Daily Va

cation Bible School.

to a recent column of mine in

which I asked the men to list the
qualities that make a woman a
good wife!
No matter how they sang the
praises of their wives, the letters
all made one point quite clear:
The woman who treats a man like
the head of the house, instead of
like Mama's little helper, or like
an adversary to be outsmarted,
has the secret of making him feel
that his home is his castL add his
wife is the most wonderful wom woman
an woman in the world.
So think it over, brides. Before
you fall for the idea that the way
to help a man is to help him earn

s living, or that the best marriag marriages
es marriages are those in which husband and
wivei are equal partners, thlak
what the happy husbands have te
say.
THE POINT HUSBANDS MAKE
MAYBE some of them help a a-round
round a-round the house. Maybe some of
them have wives who have held
down joba or are still bringing
home a pay check.
But that's not what they talk a a-bout
bout a-bout when they iM down to write
why they think their wives are
wonderful.
They think they are wonderful
for one o'd-fashioned but never
outdated reason. Because their
wives think they are wonderful
and enjoy making them fell like
VIP't in their own homes.

SPECIAL MEETING
A special meeting of the exec

utive board, International iBoy
Scouts of the Canal Zone, will be

neip at ine uambow Git S

Miack on Sunday morning at BP
clock.
Among the many important
matters to be dealt with on the
agenda will be Boy Scout Week
program slated for April 13 to 19
inclusive. It is expected that a
full turnout of board members
will be in attendance.

Indicted Police
Lieu tenant Up
For Promotion

JERSEY CITY. N.J. (UP)-Po-

lice Lt. Joseph Gantner, under in

dictment on a murder charge,
will be released from Ms jail cell
today long enough to take a phys

ical examination for promotion to

captain.
Gantner is charged with fatally
shooting patrolman Michael Bor-

teo in a barroom fight last

Nov. 6.

County Judge John Drewen

ruled Wednesday that if Gantner.

who already has passed the oral

and written tests for a captaincy

were not allowed to take the phys

ical it might constitute "cruel

and inhuman punishment."
1

Azuero Peninsula
Is Lecture Topic
On Atlantic Side
M. K. Bailey will present his
tape-recorded lecture "The Azuero
Peninsula of Panama" on Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:45 p.m. in the club rooms
of the Atlantic Camera Club. Bai Bailey's
ley's Bailey's color slides, and commenta commentary
ry commentary recorded by Trevor Simons

of scenes depicting the country
and people around Los Santos, Las

Tablas and Chitre. R. P. are so
interesting that for the benefit
of those who missed the showing
on Feb. 24, it is again being pre presented
sented presented the club announced.
Guests are welcome.

HEINZ

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West German Socialists
Asks Adenauer To Resign

(BONN, Germany, March 28 i the extent of atomic rearmament
(UP) West German Socialists in Germany.)
called upon Chancellor Konrad

Adenauer today to resign in favor EDITORS:

of a government that would ban
nuclear weapons from the Ger

man armea forces, xney ureal
ened strikes and other action to
block plans to turn the Bundes Bundes-wehr
wehr Bundes-wehr into an atomic force.

Socialist leader Erich Ollenhau-

er said the 82-year-old Adenauer

should step down "in the interest
of the German people." He made
the statement in a press confer conference
ence conference called as strikes and dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations were held in scattered
parts of Germany to protest use

of nuclear weapons by German

soldiers.
ODenhauer did not refer to
atomic weapons held by Ameri American
can American forces m West Germany.
"The German Social Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party will support a new
government which will turn away
from atomic armament and con concentrate
centrate concentrate earnestly on negotiations
for peace for the whole of Ger Germany
many Germany and relaxation of tension
in Europe," the Socialist leader
said.
In other protests:
Thirty East German youths
crossed into West Berlin today to
distribute Communist leaflets.
They were arrested by West Ber
lin police.
Some 500 students staged a
silent march through the streets

of Hamburg in opposition to the

Bundestag vote Tuesday approv

ing the government's proposal to

equip the armed forces with
atomic weapons if requested by
NATO.
A total of 936 Hamburg physi physicians
cians physicians signed a declaration warn warning
ing warning against the government's
atomic plans.
(In Paris, French Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Christian Pineau prepared to
fly to Bonn tomorrow for a hur hurried
ried hurried conference with Adenauer.
Informed sources said the French
Cabinet instructed Pineau to
sound out Adenauer's views on

The abv Germany dispatch wv
der a Bonn, Germany, date sub sub-stitutes
stitutes sub-stitutes for the sked line dispatch
under a Frankfurt dateline.

Italian Reds Say
Envoy Zellerbach
Has Interfered

The
U.S.

ROME, March 28 TUP) -Communists
today charaad

Ambassador James D. Zellerbach
with "intolerable and clumsy" in

terference in Italy's general e'ec
tlon campaign for predicting the
Democratic center parties would
win.
Zellerbach; 86, of San Francis Francis-co,
co, Francis-co, made the prediction last night
on hit return from Washington
following a round of consultations
with the State Department. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy sources refused comment
on the Communist attack and
said H probably would be ignored

Dy American omciais nere.

The Communist newsp

L'Unila compared Zel

statement with the' contrOve

speech delivered in the 1953
eral elections campaign by

U.S. Ambassador Clare Boothe
Ltpce.
She waffled that the United
States would cut off aid to Italy
if the countrv were to "fall un unhappy
happy unhappy victlnr to Communism of
Fascism.
"U.S. Ambassador to Rome
Signor Zellerbach chose to renew
the tradition of Mrs. Luce yester yesterday
day yesterday by intervening in the elector electoral
al electoral campaign which was as clumsy
as it was Inadmissible," the news newspaper
paper newspaper said.

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. EAST won the opening, spade
lead with the ace and continued
with the queen. South ducked but
took the third spade and noted
hat West discarded a club.
South took a rabbits foot out
of his pocket and remarked, "Ev "Even
en "Even if today weren't Friday the
13th I would sure need this."
Now South proceeded td lay
down the ace of diamonds. West

dropped the queen and South saw
that his rabbit's foot had worked.
Not only did this play give him
four diamond tricks but it also
gave him a count on the East
hand. He knew that East had
started with four diamonds and
six spades.
The ace and king of hearts
were cashed promptly and East

discarded the seven of clubs.
South ran the rest of the dia diamonds
monds diamonds starting with dummy's
lack so as to be able to finesse
for Easts ten after West showed
out.
Now South had a slight Drob Drob-lem.
lem. Drob-lem. He knew East was holding
only one club. Was it the king?
South decided that East would not

have made a vulnerable overoall
without that card and' therefore
played dummy's ace of clubs and
wrapped no his contract.
It should be noted that if East
had discarded a soade on the king
of hearts, South would have had
no nrnblem at all. He wou)d have
used his last spade to throw East
in.

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Again Satartzes

WHEN MOST PEOPLE THINK OF LIBRARIES, they have books in mind. However, these Latin American students at
the USARCARIB School are listening to some of the records in the records section of the Port Gulick library during the
open house held In honor of National Library Week. (U.S. At ray Photo)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UP) The
Carolina Israelite is back in busi business
ness business and editor Harry Golden is
right back in his old swing of
satirising the South's segregation
problems.
The first edition of the paper
since Golden's home and office
were destroyed by" fire was de delivered
livered delivered Tuesday. Go'den took the
opportunity to expound on his
new "Golden carry-the-book
plan."
He wrote that there is no seg segregation
regation segregation problem as long as the
Negro is a "servant, domestic or
chore-boy.

"There ore the' Negro parents

of the South should make this
proposition to their local school
boards: That they will allow their

children to carry the books for
their white classmates. .

"The eirls would wear a sort of

miniature apron over their street

dresses. .

"If it became known thrcuahout

the South that the Negro boys

were toting dooks for the whites

and that Negro girls were wear

ing aprons to school, all the
school kids could go on with their
work without further disturbance

from segregationist mobs, Nation

al Guardsmen or federal troops.

uomen is pernaps best known
as the author of the "Golden Ver

tical-Negro Plan," an earlier sug suggestion
gestion suggestion for solving the school seg segregation
regation segregation problem. Two years .ago

ne suggested that all desks should

be removed from schools, allow

ing wnite and Negro children to
stand together in classrooms.
He said that Negroes and
Whites stand together without dif

ficulty throughout the South and

that troub'e does not arrive until
they sit down side-by-side.

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Plans Move Ahead
For Annual Bazaar

At Sr. Mary's
A meeting of workers for St.
Mary's annual charity bazaar
was held in St. Mary's Hall, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, an Monday evening
Plans are underway to make
this year's bazaar interesting and

exciting for all. The bazaar will

be held April It, IT, II and 19,
Native items have been added

to the exotic booth. Tropical fish
will be found there too. The dried

arrangements promise to be ex
cellent.

On Saturday April 19, there will
be a special children's bazaar in
the f.ernoon. One new attattton

will be soft, downy, baby chicks chicks-dozens
dozens chicks-dozens of them!
As always, there will be plenty

of hot dogl, hamburgers, cold
drinks and the like every day

of the bazaar.

NIW NORTH I RN COMMANDER
PARIS (UP)- British Lt. Gen.
Sir Horatius Murray was named

vesterday as commander in

chief of Al'ied forces in Northern
Europe with headquarters in Oslo.

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THE CANAL ZONE BOY SCOUT COUNCIL met this week at a "kick-off luncheon marking the opening of their "Safety Good
Tarn" program for 1958. Over 100 persons representing the Ca nal Zone community attended the affair held at the Tivoli Guest
House. Seated left to right at the main table were: Fire Marshal W. G. Dolan, Canal Zone Police Chief Maj. B. A. Darden,
SCout David Stewart, Rev. Oscar W. Olsen of the Balboa Union Church, Scout Commissioner Dan Daniels, Gov. W. E. Potter, Gen.
George F. Schlatter, president of the Canal Zone Scout Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Col. Charles 0. Bruce, Rabbi N.
Witkin, Explorer Robert Schultz, and Superintendent of Schools Sigurd Esser.

Social and Otk

erwide
Continu$tl

DISTILLERS MERGE
NEW YORK, March 28 (UP) (UP)-Directors
Directors (UP)-Directors of Schenley Industries
Inc. have approved a merger of
their firm with Park & Tilford
Distillers Corp. Schenley owns

96.2 per cent of P & T's stock

TAKES OWN LIFE

KAWANOE, Japan, March 28

(UP) Poice today reported a 13 13-year
year 13-year old boy committed Suicide
because his wrestling idol was de defeated
feated defeated in the last day of the
sDrins championships here

i.h.m Mam tv AnHM(i nrt Mr (Bfttv Tm-The body of MitsuO Yoshioka was .The remsining 9,507 shares out-
Mrrnandm Mr. Eber Keeney, metr"0" rtatl1l A Iffif U 9Wd at 143
whohave been guests of .their son Ih.s fathers barn near here. a share.
and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrsi

Earl C. Keeney of Diablo Heights
and their family left yesterday
afternoon to return to Miami and
later to their home in East Lans Lans-idgy
idgy Lans-idgy Mich.

t. Smith Leacing
er Visit To Son

Mr?. Henrietta, Smith, the
mother of Sgt. ,H. A. Smith of Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook APB, is leaving today for
San Bernardino, C. lif., af ter
spending two weeks with her son
and his. family. ".
Some of the picturesque side
trip of her vacation included vis
its to Colon, Summit Gardens,
and the Forest Preserve.

Mother Steals Food

To Feed Family,

Gets Free Basket
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-A 22-year-old
mother who tried to steal
a box of oatmeal to feed her live
hungry children was stopped by
a market owner todoy and
sent on her way with a full bas basket
ket basket of groceries.
Police said grocer Neil Nash
saw Mrs. Alma Bowen by-pass
the cash register with a box of
cereal. He detained her, but while
waiting for police Mrs. Bowen ex explained
plained explained she and her children
came here from San Bernardino
a week ago after they were de deserted
serted deserted by her husband.
Sh said sbe received a 1200
monthly relief payment, but that
back rent on her former home
and an advance on living quar quarters
ters quarters here had taken all of it.
Police found she was telling the
truth. The only food in the house
was a can of beans.

Announce Birh
Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert A. Messi Messier
er Messier have announced the birth of a
daughter born March 25.

Binge Enjoyed
a. UbiI Pa

ital Patients

Juarry Heights umcers

rinh cave a binco Darty for pat

ients at Goreas Hospital ward 14,

on Monday. Prizes of pictures!

frames, belt buckets, staplers ana
after shave lotions were awarded
to the lucky patients. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of home-made cookies and
punch were served.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. porcas Manly. Mrs. Elgie
Emerson, Mrs. Dorothy Ashton,
Mrs. Rbsanne Masenga, Mrs. Kit-
Accomplice Sought;
Waitress Admits
Share In Murder
GULFPORT, Miss. (UP)-Au-thorities
today sought the boy
friend of a 36-year-old waitress
charged with murder in the death,
of former Detroit used car dealer.
John Loncharte.
The weighted body of Lon Lon-rharte,
rharte, Lon-rharte, 55. was found in the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Sound near here last
month. County Attorney Gaston
Hewes said Mrs. Alyne Tipton ad admitted
mitted admitted she helped drag him, a'ive
but unconscious, to a barge in the
Sound.
Mrs. Tipton told. Hewes her
Male companion, whose identity
was not disclosed, tied him and
threw him' overboard .while she
tu. ber baek.

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their special
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the celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Israel's Independence.

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Arrangements for this flight, which will leave Bogota and Panama on April 16,
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NEW YORK. March 28 (UP) (UP)-A
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sound quality closest to that
heard by the human ear," was
unveiled today by Columbia

Broadcasting System Laborator Laboratories.
ies. Laboratories. The new stereophonic disc
records two sound tracks in a sin

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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 28 (UP) Herb Score
still complains about his sprained ankle but its
nothing compared to the way rival hitters are com complaining
plaining complaining about his blinding speed.

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The Cleveland Indians' siriseoui
king sidelined most of last sea season
son season ith an injured eye aBd hurt
in the opening week of spring train
ing this year turned in an over overpowering
powering overpowering per aformance yesterday
as the Indians defeated the Chica Chica-ei
ei Chica-ei Cubs. 13-7. Camp observers

Tirnmntlv nredicted that the !W-

piund le't-hander will be the In Indians'
dians' Indians' opening-day pitcher.
It was a free-hitting game but
the Cubs did all their hitting af after
ter after Score left the mound. During
his four innings on the firing line,
I rb whiffed five batters and
didn't allow a hit. In 10 innings of
Grapefruit League hurling, he's
a lowed seven hits and struck out
10 batters.
Score conceded he did no
think the soreness which still
persists in his ankle is serious
and there now appears little
doubt that he will pick up where
he left off in 1956 when he had
a 20-9 record and 263 strikeouts.
The Indians, who snapped a
four-game losing streak, scored
seven runs off Taylor Phillips in
the fourth inning and six off Joe
Schoeffermath in the seventh.
Walt Moryn hit two homers for
the Cubs and staged late rallies
against Dick Brodowski.
Jack Sanford of the Philadelphia
Phillies, Brooks Lawrence of the
Cincinnati Redlegs and Chuck
Stobbs of the Washington Senators
also made strong bids for open opening
ing opening day assignments with strong
pitching efforts.
Sanford, rookie of the year in
the National League as a 19-game
winner last season, yielded two
runs in seven innings as the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies beat the homers White Sox,
: 1

Commission OK's
Johnson-Bourne
Jbril 13 Bout

The Panama Boxing Commis Commission
sion Commission has approved a ten-round
feature bout between U.S. feath featherweight
erweight featherweight Prince Johnson and
former Panama bantamweight
champion Melvin Bourne at tb
National Gym April 13, it was

re-rted today.
Johnson, who is scheduled to
arrive here on April 7, will fight
farter world featherweight kinq
Willie Pep next Monday night in
Massachusetts.

pata hit homers tor me ramies
off 16-game winner Dick Donovan
but Bob Keegan blanked tie Na

tional Leaguers for tne usi uve
frames
Lawrence allowed one run
and three hits as he also went
seven innings in the Redlegs' 9 9-1
1 9-1 romp over Hie Pittsburgh Pir Pirates.
ates. Pirates. Dee Fondy blasted a two two-run
run two-run homer to cap a five-run third
inning for the Redlegs and Frank
Robinson and Vada Pinson also
knocked in two runs each. Ted
Klusxewski knocked in Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's run with one of his two
hits.
Stobbs. 8-10 last year, was touch touched
ed touched for a homer by Don Blasmgame
and only one other hit in six in innings
nings innings in the Washington Senators
2-1 decision over the St. Louis
Cardinals. Rookie Bob Mabe walk walked
ed walked in the Senators' winning run in
the ninth. Lindy McDaniel-tossed
one-hit ball for six innings for the
Cardinals.
The New York Yankees rallied
for three runs in the ninth to beat
the Kansas City Athletics, 5-4; the
San Francisco Giants clobbered the
Baltimore Orioles, 10-0 and the
Boston Red Sox shaded the Los
Angeles Dodgers, 2-1, in other
Grapefruit activity.
Mickey Mantle's two-run triple
and a sinde bv Yogi Berra enabled

the Yankees to rally for their

three runs against 42-year old Mur Murray
ray Murray Dickson and square their
spring record at 9-9. Billy Hunter,
n ex-Yankee. Daced the Kansas

City attack with two homers.
Ramon Monxant and At Worth Worth-ington
ington Worth-ington allowed the Orioles only
four hits while the Giants made
merry with 14 blows, including
two homers by shortstop Andre
Rodgers. BlUy Lot i allowed sev seven
en seven hits and ithree runs in seven
innings for the Orioles, who now
have dropped 11 of 16 decisions
this carina.

The Red Sox scored both their
runs against Danny McDevitt in
th. first innino and Wil'ard Nixon,

Ike Delock and Leo Kiely made
them stand up for Boston's 10th
win in 14 games. A double by
Frank Malzone, Gene Stephens'
single and three straight walks
accounted for the Red Sox' runs.
Elmer Valo's triple and Carl Furil Furil-lo's
lo's Furil-lo's double accounted for the Dod Dodgers'
gers' Dodgers' run off Nixon.
Other camp news: Catcher Del
Crandall of the Milwaukee Braves
says he may undergo surgery on

his left elbow which has neen noin noin-ering
ering noin-ering him since June, ...Pir ...Pirates
ates ...Pirates announced that slick-fielding
second-baseman Bill Mazeroski
will be released from the Army
on April 5.

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Junior Golfers Start
Play Tomorrow
The Junior golfers on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side are requested to be
on hand at the Brazos Brook
Country Club tomorrow morning
in order to participate in the ju
nior section of the Chrysler Chrysler-Plymouth
Plymouth Chrysler-Plymouth tournament.
Donald Hause, who has boon
tutoring many of those boys dur during
ing during the last five months, will got
them under way in threesome
and foursomes with the first

group teeing off at a.m.
The competition will b. in two
flights one for boy 13 years
and under and the other from 14
years up to It years.

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A Sarasota, Fla.
Detroit (A) 001 100 000- 2 11 11
Boston (A) 000 201 lOx 4 5 1
Hoeit, Stump (6), Byrd (8) and
Hegan, Wilson (8). F. Sullivan,
Susce (6), Wall (8) and Daley,
H. Sullivan (4K Winning pitcher

Susce. Losing pitcher stump.

At Ft. Myers, Fla.
Los Ahg. (N) 004 000 000- 4 9 1
Pitts. (N) 402 000 OOx- 6 12 1
Podres, L. Sherry (4), Negray
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Friend and Foiles. Losing pitcher
Podres.
At Tampa, Fla.
K. C. (A) 010 000 000 1 9 0
Chgo. (A) 000 263 30X 14 13 0
Urban, Craddock (5), Tsitouris
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Wilson m and Lollar. Winning

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Urban. HR Melton.
At St. Petersburg, Fla.
St. L. (N) 001 003 030- 7 11 2
N. Y. (A) 010 110 000- 3 8 3
Jackson, Muffett (6) and H.
Smith. Turley, Duren (7), "James
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Jackson. Losing pitcher Tur Tur-ley.
ley. Tur-ley. At Phoenix, Arix

Balti. (A) 003 010 010 5 8 1
San F. (N) 400 030 OOx- 7 121
Zuverink, Lehman (2). Pappas
(7) and Triandos, Ginsberg (7).
Gomez, Giel (6), Grissom (9) and
TestaThomas (8). Winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher Gofnez.
At Mesa, Ariz.
Cleve. (A) 020 300 000- 5 14 3

Chgo. (N) 211 140 lOx-10 13 1
Narleski, Daley (S), Lary (8)
and Naragon, Porter (8). Elston,
Mayer (4) and Tappe. Winning
pitcher Mayer. Losing pitcher
Narleski. HRs Woodling, Wertz,
Bolger, Moryn, Long, Goryl,
Tappe.

At Clearwater, Fla.

Milw. (-N) 000 102 05210 11 2
Phi'.a. (N) 010 001 000 2 8 2

Paine, Jay (4), Willey (7) and
Sawatski. Simmons, Cardwell (8),
Lipetri (9) and Lonnett. Winning
pitcher Jay. Losing pitcher pitcher-Simmons.
Simmons. pitcher-Simmons. HRs Adcock (2), Mathews.

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Pal over the snow on his track, where the Hambletonian is nut each summer. Trenja's Pal
is a candidate for the harness classic, which explains Hayes' caoie-SAQW-oc -anything workouts.

Gary Ness Hurls No-Hitter
As Pericos Down Palomas

Woman Who Collects Derbies
Instead Of Hats Figures To
Collect Another Tomorrow

By BRINK MILLER

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

MARGARITA LEAGUE
TweWttY Week
STANDINGS

Teams

Aces

Casa Yohros

Police Assn.

PepsKfcU

Wright Bros.

Elks No. 1542
Shriners
Grants. Standfast
This Week's Winners:
Class A. He-fan
Class IB Johnson
Class C TuUy

Felled Assn. 1, Aces 1

Wen Lost
31V4 16V
30 18
26 22
26 22
23 25
20 28
19 29
16 31V4

582
532
477

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ELKS GOLF TOURNAMENT

Tomorrow, Saturday, the Elks

on the Isthmus will hold their an

nual tournament at Brazos Brooks

on the Atlantic side,
from the Pacific side

All, Elks lovers as

desiring to paradise

By OSCAR FRALEY

He'll stage his Florida Derby at

dote on hats but a lady who col

lects derbies figures to pick up

another one Saturday from the

shop of a horse-happy horticultur
1st. 1

The lady ts Mrs. Gene Markey,

owner of Calumet Farms. The
obliging flower man is a fellow
named James Donn.
, Hell stage his Florida Derby at
(is salon, better known as Gulf Gulf-tream
tream Gulf-tream Park down Miami way,
and Mrs. Markey's classy colt
Tim Tam is the logical choice to

wind up with the bonnet.
T
Donn has run his derby into one

of the most coveted chapeaus in

the horse racing business. A few

years back. Gulfstream had gone
broke and was rapidly going back

to the alligators. Then along came
the man who must rank with the

all-time canny Scots.
Village Smithy's Son
IBorn in Lanark, Scotland, Donn
was the son of the village smithy
hut started out in life with a deep
aversion to plating platers. In

stead he became a landscape

artist and wound up eventually in
Florida. Some people think he

rescued abandoned Gulfstream
from the jungle because it was

a fine place for a garden.

He has made 'it the showplace

oi tne horse racing world and on

the day of the Florida Derby

Known appropriately as "tne run
for the orchids it is a flower

well as a horse-players

Thjs wiy get a big play

the racing rubbernecks on Satur
day but the big show will be the
Derby and Mrs. Markey's ex expected
pected expected acquisition of same.
After the water skiiers finish

their show on and in the infield
lake, and following the parade of
states, the big business of the day
will be everybody's efforts to col collar
lar collar Tim Tam. It looks impossible
at the moment.
Would Be Two Straight

Gary Ness of the Pericos hurl

ed the first non-it, norun game of

the f asuicn baseball season ves

tefday while downing the Palomas
3-0. Ness, while racking up his
third win in his last three starts.

struck out .eleven men while walk walking
ing walking nine in accomplishing his hit
less performance.
In Hie first inning, Ness set the
Palomas down in order. In the
second, he walked the first two
men and then bore down and got
the next man on a grounder to the

from pitcher and set the next two down

The Police Assn., aided by G.
Martin' 552 series were able to
take three, points from the Aces

and move into a tie for third
place. Only two Aces were able
to break the 500 mark, Hulka's 542
and Moorman's 504 series led the
league leaders. The Cops took two
games out of three with scratch
scores hut needed their handicap
to take total pinfall.. Stewart fol
lowed Martin with a 501 series and
Tully's 477 was good enough for
Class C award this week. (That
makes three, George).
Casa Yohres 3. PepsiCola 1

By taking three points from

fepsi-Cola the Yohros men mov

edto within 1V4 points of the league
leaders, Pepsi-Cola started with

only three men but a fourth came

in time to start and aid the soft

F and L Boyer 718, La Maes-
ymw Agency VA Heme
The Seymour agency dealt H.
L Homa a severe blow. In the o o-Eftu""!
Eftu""! o-Eftu""! the team were net
hd but neither were they out outstanding,
standing, outstanding, and the net result was
antes pin tie. In the second
round, Homa Improved by a pin,
MymoE wrged forward with
a 51 pin difference, and in the fi final
nal final round the Seymour clobbered
t S"" wnen a Seymour trio
got hot Don Rudy 242, Art Gra-

With these Seymour hit a 980
game or 114 bettrthan He ma.
Art Graham tallied most 625, and
nlJe,.u toe
trf.Men eigue toied his luck

numi on manio and

wcasra wrai tnree steady
for 560 total.

303.

wag

game

A victory

give Mrs

for Tim

Markey

Tito'

her secom

straight Florida Derby to go with j man on strikes.

on strikes. In the third, he again

started out by walking the first

man. He then got Rathgaber to
ground into a force play, walked
Ashton, struck out Huddleston, and
got Pajak to fly out to right filed.
In the fourth, he struck out the
first man, walked; the next two,
got the fourth batter to ground
one back to the pitcher, and
struck out the last man.' In the

fifth, they got ftathgtfber'by halfl

step at first, walked Ashton a-

gain, and got Huddleston to fly

out. He, walked the next two, but

with the bases loaded, got the last

539, Jamison"

Sey. Rimy 568, Bower 452,
Bta 457, Graham 625, Coffjf
580.
Lucky Strike Cigarettes S
Ex-El Ranche t
e Rancho representa
tives ran into some tough luck
when they out rolled every team
except two, and one of these Two
was then- opponent Lucky strike.
that is Jhough, and that hr exart exart-'
' exart-' Ranchitos did when
Lucky Strike tossed a 973 game.
In fact Luckv SttrlW w

v n eaaivi eaaa WHS SV1M T asuv ill
drink boys in their only win of, H flr Jme Ml. Only in

lose

go are asked to meet at the Elks
home in Balboa not later than 7
a.m. At that time it will be de determined
termined determined whether cars will be
driven or the train will be utilized.

lfODAY-ENONTO-35-

JoannC Woodward to

IREE FACES OF EVE"

Lex Barker in

"THE DEERSLAYER"

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POPULAR NIGHT!
$1.10 per CAR!
RICHARD BASEHART
Patricia Roc in

six Kentucxy uerroes ownea oy
the stable. She almost had a one
two punch like last year, when
her Gen. Duke and Iron Liege ran

one-three, but he Kentucky pride He caught

will stay in the barn.
Some people attribute this to
h. fpt that Kentucky Pride has

four white feet, recalling the old
jingle: "Four white feet, keep

him not a day; inree wniie iw.
send him far away; two white
feet, sell him to a friend; one
white foot, keep him to the end.
Tim Tam has one white foot.
t.. t the end of the wkrida

gallop, something is sure to be
running at him. That's the way
the Florida Derby goes, because
in Six years no colt has been able
to win by more than one and one one-half
half one-half lengths. So Mrs. Markey may
have some anxious moments be before,
fore, before, nd rf, she picks up another
spring bonnet.

In the sixth, he had no trouble

as he struck out the side one, two,

three. Then in the last inning, he

had to face the top of the order.

Rathgaber swinging,

got Ashton on a pop-out to the
second baseman, and then caught

Huddleston's foul himself for the

last out of the game.

lne ferrcos scored their runs
in the first, third, and fourth, in innings.
nings. innings. They tallid one in the first

en a walk to Dick Ness and a

smgie by 'Bright. They got one
more in the third" on a walk to

Gary Ness, a hit-by-the pitcher to
Berger, and a double by Marcum.
the only extra-base hit of the

game.

They scored their last run in the

fourth on two errors, a base on

balls, a sacrifice hit, and a field

ers choice. Their other hit was an

infield hit by Archie Carrol in the
second.

STANDINGS

One of the spots of solace, after

the bettor taps out at the mu mu-tuel
tuel mu-tuel window, is a garden known

as Memory Lane. There, in ad addition
dition addition to remembering all the los

ers you had, you can stroll a

flowered walk lined with bronze

plates commemorating the greats
of horse highway.

MOUNTAINEERS TO CHICAGO
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will make its first appearance in
the Chicago Stadium since 1951
next season, playing west Vir Virginia's
ginia's Virginia's Mountaineers, rated No. 1
this past season. The game will
b? played as part of a double double-header
header double-header on Dec. 27.

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BULL FIGHTS

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La MACARENA

SUNDAY MARCH 30

4:30 P.M.

BENEFIT PROGRAM for the
HOME of the BLIND
MATADORS
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelin)
an.d
ALFREDO LEZAMA
4 Mexican caste bulls 4
POPULAR PRICES
Bleachers Covered Section
$1.00 $2.00
Tickets on gale at the ysual places.

the night. Hogan led Yohros with

a 582 and copped Class A prize
this week, followed by Brown with
528. Yee's 459 series was the best

Pensi could mutter. With the A

bowling tne Yohros men next weea

ana only two weeks to go, tne pros pros-sure
sure pros-sure will ialy be on this game.
Wright Bros. I, Shriners 1

Without their captain, the. Bright

nros were awe 10 tane three
points from the Shrlner.:--'Tki'S

dropped the Shrine mto seventh

place. Neigher team broke the 500

mark but Wright Bros Tex Wat

son came the closest with a 499

to lead his team. Specht led the
Shriners with a 443!

Grants Standfast 0,
Elks No. 1542 4
It seems somebody made the

Elks mad by putting them in the
cellar last week so they came
back this week and took four points
from Grants to move away up to
sixth place and put Grants into

the collar. Grants have been there
most of this half, anyway, so they
should feel right at home. Peters
led the ELkmen with a 530 series
while Johnson, trying to keep his
team goins upward led his team
with a 532 and took Class B prize
this week. Only two weeks left,
fellows, who is going to be in the

nellar when it Is over.

-
MAJOR LIAGUI

18
15
13
121
11
10
9
9

n
12
12
14
15.
15

Team
Pumas
Conejos
Macaws
Palomas
Pericos
Ocelots

Rathgaber
Ashton
HucWleston
Psiak
Brbwder
Boatright
Caldwell
Bradkhaw
Snyder :

AB
4
2
4
1
1
2
2
3
2

W
3

R
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Total

Weade
P. Ness
O. Ness
Bright
Berger
Marcum
Carroll
Green
Bowen
Cross
Burton
Chandler
Asseron
Barnes

2 0 0

AB
2
2,
2
3
2
2
3
1
0
1
1
0
1
1

Teams W L
Pan Am Jets 62 414
Fuerza y Luz 62 4.1
Seymour Agency 0V4 42Vi
RC Ne-Hi 52 52
Lucky Strike 50 54
Ex El Rancho 45 59
H. I. Homa 41 62V
Europea Furniture 41 63

VFW Teener Leaoue
Meeting Wednesdav
The Vterans of Forelen W"i
Teener Baseball League will hold
a meeting on Wfnesdav eve"'"".

Aoril 2, ?t the Marirsrita Club Clubhouse,
house, Clubhouse, at. 7:30 p.m.. for the mirose

of coordinating the League's sched
ule and amending fh Conststntinn.

It is of vital importance thit the
managers of the All Star teams

he present at the meeting.
The following are the teams par par-ticipating:
ticipating: par-ticipating: Curundu All Stars
Atlantic side All Stars
U.S. Ar. Carib. All Stars
Fastlich League All Stars.

Pan Am Jets 3
Europea Furniture 1
With two of their bowlers parti
cipating in the Air Force Tourna-
.a 2- u .. .. u i .. A.

UMHil iu uic lcuei cuuiiu; in n
tabama, the Pan-Am Jets recruited

the services of Melanson and Da Da-mian,
mian, Da-mian, and both produced the lift
the Jets needed. Damian smacked

a 589 and Melanson a. 549.

In taking three the Jets had a

close call from the Europea Fur

niture builders who lest by only
four pins in the opener. In the

second game Pan-Am humiliated finished

the Europeas by 132 pins a and
it looked like a n easy four point
night. But, the worm turned and
the lowly Europea beat the Jets
and' caused a tie for first place.
Europea Lane 512. Fernan

dez, 526, Leidner 492, Schmidt 517,

Tojand 463.
an Am Lowande 465, Al Alston
ston Alston 525, Sullivan 481, Melan

son 549, Damian 589.
Fuerza y Luz 4 RC Nehi 1

The Kilowatts of the F and L

again sparked on the lanes and

were hotter than a high voltage

power line, when they dunked the

me middle game did they
mnA ik.n 1 i

uicu uy omy 1 pins.
The newcomers to the Major
League showed up the vets, John-
Schneider for the Ranch smacked
y 5. Morrow
Vos 549. Johnson, 584, Best
St 5?M.ho Schneider 592, Minor
Sike?"8 521 SpiBney 561'
0O0
LAS BOWLING LEAGUE

Mercurio Jewelry
Cerveza Balboa
La Mascota
Marlboro
Smoot and Paredes
Rodelag
Rambler, Hull Motors
Volkswogen

Mereurie jjewelry 4

voiKswagen g
Mercurio Jewelry moved up to
e first spot in the standings by
downing Volkswagen for fou r
points. It was an easy victory for
the jewelers since every member
of the team was "on" and Miran Miranda
da Miranda bowled a 502 series, while Fe Felix,
lix, Felix, Charlie and Mario were bet better
ter better than 425 each. Henry rounded 6
up the team and helped with a
modest 312. Volkswagen couldn't
take a single point. J. Vasquea
and C .Paoli bowled the best se series'
ries' series' for the European Cars t( m
475 and 394.
Rodelag 3, Cervoza Balboa 1
"Never underestimate your op opponent."
ponent." opponent." If Cerveza Balboa "gain "gained"
ed" "gained" anything this week, it was

re meaning or me words men

tioned before. Thev were in fhtt

place, and were scheduled to meet
the "up and coming" Rodelag
team. Sure enough, the "under-

aog came up on top and gave
Cerveza Balboa a terrific blow by
knocking them out of first place.
Davila and E. Montova Daireo

for best series and heloed their

team to take 3 points. They finish"
ed with a 413 and 380 respective respectively.
ly. respectively. For the "subdued" Cerveza
Balboa the best series was turned
in by T. Vigil with a 402 while
Torres could only help with a 383.

Ramblers, Hull Motors 3
Marlboro 1
Up to the end of the first gam
everything looked fine and dandy
for the Marlboro-men when they

ahead of the ramblers:

but from then on. it was ram ramblers
blers ramblers all the way aand no doubt
it. Alfred, Mike and Roberto de decided
cided decided that they had to put an end
to the losing streak, and they did
just that, specially when they

'learned that Mr. and Mrs. Hull

were coming to see the reason
why their team was not so "hot."
It is also worth mentioning that
any team occupying the "cellar'
is the one that fights the most to
get out of there. The Ramblers
succeded Wednesday nigh. Serna
finished with a 502 series white

Taylor was helping with a 444.. For

Nehi soft drinkers for all four the Marlboromen H. Hervey turnT

markers. There was no doubt in ed in the best series with a J
any of the three encounters be-i while F. Dominguez finished with

cause the spread of 208 difference

was divided quite evenly over the

Rnh Rnvr nf tho V anH T. patm

tinued his excellent bowling with

another 600 series, a 617. His new
custom fitted ball has done him
a world of good. For the Nehi's
Al Toddv his departure to the

states postponed bowed of the lo

a 414.
Smoot and Paredes 3
La Mascota 1
La Mascota "felt" the vacuum
left on their team by "anchor
man" Nunez but had to bowl
without hhn since he Went to tht
States as a member of the team
representing Albrook in the Mili Military
tary Military Southern Conference. Smoot

cal bowling scenes with a 623 and paredes, nowever, wa on
This four point win has put the and finished ahead 3 points to 1.
Power and Light boys in a tie foris. Bra bo turned in the best series
rt ntaee. s tef Willi Morahowse fiaishod

RC Almeda 523. Kaelin 464

Luttenberger 477, Allen 463, Allen
463, Todd 623.

with 414. For La Mascota, it waa

J. Segura bowling 400 and F. A
guirrfe 349.



FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1951

Aguador Seeks 4th

Gramilk Town's Wall,
Melendez Opponents In
$1000 Sprint Feature

Gabriel Ossa Vicuna's classy little Chilean colt
Aguador goes out in quest of his fourth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victory tomorrow afternoon in the featured
$1,000 added seven furlong sprint lor first and sec
ond series imported thoroughbreds at the President
Remon racetrack.
The speedy four-year-old bay highweight with 118 pounds on the
son of Amontillado-Agua Regia wilt 1 basis ot past performances. Fer Fer-be
be Fer-be opposed by the equally fastjnando Alvarez replaces Ruben
Gramilla, stout hearted Town's Vasquez in an ef.ort to get the
Wall .and strong finishing Melen- j black charger out of his slumber,
dez. Town's Wall, which along with
Aguador streaked to four-, Sculptor are the only two horses
length victory over Joselito, King's 'to deeat Aguador in eight local
Park, Melendez and Gavilan whie starts, will be ridden by Jose Ta
turning a mile in 1:39 flat last' iavera.
Sunday. This time. Lowever he! Red-hot Heliodoro Gustines, sec sects
ts sects being asked to tote 122 pounds ond leading rider at the track at
as compared to only 112 his last j present and the winningest jockey

trit
Gramilla, considered the "ex "experts"
perts" "experts" as Aguador's No. 1 con contender,
tender, contender, showed a return to her
best form last Saturday when she
turned six furlongs m 1:12 1-5
while sprinting to an easy post-to-post
victory over Sculptor. Like
Town's Wall, she will be getting
a 17-pound pull in the weights from
Aguaaor
Melendez. a big disaDDointment
In Ms recent races, is the second 1
PACIFIC LITTUI LEAGUE
Team Standing
Tem
Snur Cola
Elks
Lincoln Life Ins.
Gibraltar Life Ins.
Police
Seymour Agency
.667
.555,
.444
.333
.222
Seymour Agency 4
Lincoln Life 1
Seymour Agency mad
to gd
three extra inninfis to score a 1
Sevmnur Aaencv went out in front
Hermanv blasted a home run 0
ver deep center field fence, with
two run on base.
Lincoln Life fought back to tie
the score with single runs in the
first, third, and fifth innings. Their
effort was to no avail as Gibral Gibraltar
tar Gibraltar came back with the winning
run in the third extra inning, go

S r r- ,

ing scoreless from the first in in-ning:
ning: in-ning: until the ninth innig. 'iCrnathv 1
After beine touched for a three' erntthy If

run homer, Cstrea for Lincoln
Life settled down and held SeX"
mour scoreless for seven innings
only to lose out in the last in inning.
ning. inning. The combination of Hermany
and Ebdon limited Lincoln Life
to bat three hits. Fie fielding by
both: teams nipped several rallies
before they could
get started.
The box score:
Linctm Life
Engelke, L. ss
Engelke, R. 2b
Ostra, P. ss
FarOsworth c
Joyner rf, p
Marti p
Xiamco cf, If
Nelson lb
Gerwatowski If
Duran rf
Deming 3b
i
Totals
Seymour Agency
Frank 3b
Hunt ss. 2b
Ebdon cf, P
Hermany p, cf
Barrett c
Rathgaber 2b
Belderi 3b
Thompson. R. If
Crosby lb
Wilson rf
Boughner rf
Totals
AB R H
90
3 3
AB R H
3 1 I'
1
0
51
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
..Zumar (e)
i.iit
2-Glebe Trottfr
IMr. Jeck
AKklalu
S-Carcaman
4-Caektmaid
Opu'ento
Enganoto
Mayrita
Mulchen
Atomic Spring
7-JVmp Quick (e)
Clarucha
Topacio
Nagir
Gramilla
Elegide
t-Riotoos
Grand Finish
10- Aguador
11- Pnzaretta

for the past three weeks, ha; the

leg up on Gramilla once more.
This mare usually does her best
running for the hustling Gustines.
Guillermo Rivera rep aces lead leading
ing leading jockey Braulio Baeza aboard
Aguador because he is heavier
than the latter,
Ten other prospective thrillers,
including two $500 six furlong dash
es for fifth series imports, are in
eluded on an attractive Saturday
card.
Spur Cola 8, Seymour Agency I
Spur Cola moved another step
closer to the second half eham-

W L Pct.lpionship by virtue of their 8 to 0
7 2 .776i victory over Seymour aaencv.

Spur Cola has to beat Lincoln Life
Insurance in the last same of
Vie season to clinch the pennant
Lincoln Life Insurance will be
short of pitchers became of of
their leading pitchers having pitch
ed already this wee-.. Spur Coja
bh losing can do 210 worse than
finish in a tie tor the second half,
even if they lose their game with
Late.
om Perantte allowed the Sey-
" wiure uiB IC III 111 ICS
were piling up eight runs. Mike
Arnold and Smith led the Spur hit-
ters with two hits apiece. One of
Arnold's hits was a home u n s
with two mates on base. Smith
had a double and a single.
The box scores
AB R H
3 10
Bradshaw cf
2
2
Arnold, M. 2b
Perantie. T. p
Smith ss
Mikulich c
Arnold, J. 3b
Hoenke lb
Edwards rf
Horsley rf
1 2
1
Totals
24 8
Seymour Agency
Blaney ss
AB R H
3 0 0
0 Moses 2b
0 Coy 3b
0
Bauman 11
Carlson cf
Perra rf
McCullough lb
Farrell c
0
0 Perkins p
Totals
22 0 2
Sports Briefs
MORROW HAS LEG AILMENT
ABILENE, Tex. (UP) Olympic
spring champion Bobby Morrow
and teammate Bill Woodhouse of
" Abilene Christian College will not
u compete in the North Texas Re-
. lays at Denton, Tex., today be-
COACH E.lfiU
PHILADELPHIA (UP) John
uutier, freshman football coach at
the University of Pennsylvania,
resigned from the post Monday to
return 10 leacning nrgn school his history.
tory. history. PAYNE SIGNS WIH OTTAWA
OTTAWA (UP)- Buddv Pavnp
a six-two. 215-oound end from th
University of North Carolina, has
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with the Ottawa Rorrhriders 00
the Canadian Football League.
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Race Trade
p.r. Hnh
Jockey St.
1st Im 7th Series Imp. 7 Fs.
1ft RACI OP
1 Mouche H. Gas tines 112
2 Dagon C. Quiros 110
3 Colleens Wish R. Cristian 119
4 Dawn Song G. S&nchez 100
5 Best 3. Baeza 115
7 (Tony J. Gongori 110
8 (Paquiro A. Ycaza 1151
9 (Zumar G. Rivera 115
lml Race Sth Series Imp. i Fgs
, 2nd RACI OF
1 Opulento'
2 Cypress Bull
3 Globe Troter
4 Eng. Wond.
5 Don Dani
6 The Squire
'7 (Caxtillero
8 (Picudo
G. Sanchez 115
B. Baeza 108
F. Alvarez 110
H. Gustines 112
H. Ruiz 103,
B. Aguirre 108
G. Bedoya 10E
F. Hildaigo 110
3rd Race
Natives .F.
ONI
S. Vasquez 115
J. Talavera 107x
A. Gonzalez 102
H. Gustines 110
B. Aguirre 112
1 Enganoso
2 Mr. Jack
3 Currita
4 Pichoto
5 Radlcal
4th Race "f" Native.
1 Kalalu B. Baeza 115
2 Riqui F. Alvarez 110
3 Mayrita A. Vasquez 115
4 Toxic J. Talavera lOTx
5 Certamen B. Aguirre 110
6 Ciria M. Hurley 112
7 Bugaba' J. Phillips 106
8 (San Cristobal G. Milord lOix
9 (Desiree G. Sanchez 110
Sth Race "l-yr-eld" Imp. S Fgt.
1 Pangal
2 Pan Tostado
3 Doble Fija
4 Teddy
5 Floret
6 Corviglia
7 Carcaman
8 Mulchen
9 (Pastoreo
10 (Porro
E. Dario 100
V. Castillo 112
J. Gongora 108
B. Aguirre 108
M, Hurley 110'
G. MilOrd 101
H. G istines 115
G. Rivera 118
H. Ruiz 105
A. Valdivia 115
4th Race 4th Series Imp, 7 Fgs-
lft RACI OP
1 Coral G. Sanchez 115
2- Salero G. Milord 7x
3 Coronation Day C. Quiros lOOx
4 Oro Purito A. Vasquez 115
5 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 113
6- rNarval V. Ortega 108
7- Eseazay B, Aguirre 115
8- 1 Forget J. Talavera 105x
(Blue Zulu A. Gonzales 100
10-,(CamberwelI A. Alfaro 100
7th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Pt.
2nd RACE OF
1 Maria Stuardo M. Hurley 110
2 Ann Drake B. Baeza 112
3- Picararo K. Flores 115
4- Mikel A. Alfsro lOOx
5- Clarucha A. Ycaza 113
8-Iritroduction J. Talavera 105x
7- Chivilingo) C. Quiros lOOx
8- Go'den Corn C. II J. Phillips
9- Silver Heels B. Aguirre 113
10- (Jump Quick H. Gustines 110
Irh Race
'Special" Imp. 4 Fgs.

QUINIELA

1- Riotous C. Bovil 115
2-Now Then B. Aguirre 108
3- Golden R. H. Gustines 105
4- Boiton Spring J. Jimenez 115
5- Jack Bit R. Cristian 110
6- Topaclo R. Vasquez 115
vth Race Sth Series Imp. 4

1- Nagir G. Rivera 110 -Distance to liking
2- Distmgo A. Vasquez 112 -Good recent races
3- Grand FiHish B. Baeza 108 -No. 1 contender
4- Thunderstreak V. Ortega 110 -Suddenly gone sour
5- As You Like Her H. Gust. 108 -High class prospect
6- Plateado J. Talavera 112xr-Could surprise
7- Elko C. Quiros 103x -Nothing to indicate

l4th Race 1st and 2nd Se Imp 7 Fgs
1- Towns Wall
2 Aguador
3- Gramilla
4 Melendez
J. Talavera 105x
G. Rivera 122
H. Gustines 105
F( Alvarez 118
11th Race Ith Series Imp. 5 Fgs.
1- Dun Jose Rodriguez 106
2- Puesto C. Bovil 105
3- Nogalino J. Cadogan 105
4- Maria Cristina E. Dario 100
5- Panzaretta G. Sanchez 118
6- Riscal A. Vasquez 115
7- Lanero J. Jimenez 103
8- Elegidp B. Baeza 112
Along The
THREE-WAY TIE IN MARCH
PWGA OURNAMENT
Irene Robinson, Alyce French.'
II1U 1 m i IKU AVI IIVUV1I
with net 76's in the PWGA tour tournament
nament tournament held last Saturday at
the Gamboa Golf Club.

Low gross winners were Irene
Robinson and Cleo Burns with
84's.
Other winners of the 34. girls
competing were:
Ethel Peranti 77
Pearl Trim 77
Louise Jones 78
Edith Mathieson 78
Jane Huldquist 78
Bev Dilfer 78
Ruth Daniels 81
Ruth Lincoln 81
Sylva Carpenter 81
Connie Bishop 81

Pat Waring, PWGA president
acting for Henry Sommerfreund,
nresented the Mercurio trophy to
the 1856 Inter-club champions. The
Panama team has won the inter inter-club
club inter-club tournament for the past three
consecutive years.

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Graded Entries
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Port $400.00
TKi DOUBLE
Peel CUm( 1:00
Tougher field her
Already washed up
Has strong finish
Hal beaten better
Way down in class
-Usually gets left
Bad legs hamper
Form indicates
Porte $500.00
THE DOUBLE
Pl Closes 1:M
Improving slowly
Can't be overlooked
Distance to liking
-Mutuels favorite
Aiming for payoff
Showing improvement
-Rider won't help
-Ran well in last
Purse $375 00
Pool Close 1:80
TWO
Hard to beat here
SeeksMhird straight
Will score soon
Will set the pace
Poor recent rices

Fgs. Port. $350.00
QUINIELA

Peol Closes 1:34
Returns In good shape
-Will fight it out
Last was poor
Usually close up
Could be upsetter
Gets real test here
-Would pay off
Inconsistent racer
Badly needs rest
Purse $456.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Oversized plug
-ImprassiVe debut
Still plenty green
Not ready yet
Just another nag
Far from winning form
Has good workouts
Mutueh favorite
Reportedly improved
Can run; dangerous
20-1
3-1
15-1
501
50-1
100-1
3 2
EVEN
21
2-1
Purs. $400.00
THE DOUBLE
Peel Close, 3:40
Nothing in months
- Would pay off her
-Reportedly ready
Form indicates
Should be close up
-Best earjy foot
Usually disappoints
Depends on start
Early speed only
Could be upsetter
8-1
15-1
3- 2
21
5-2
151
2-1
10-1
4- 1
4-1
Purn $4OP.0f Peel Closes 4:10
THE DOUBLE
Poor ride in last
41
3-1
10-1
-Ha t flniah
Could be upsetter
Dangerous once mor.
Should he close up
- Must go tower
Poor recent races
Way down in class
-Seems best here
- Can make it too
5-2
5-2
15-1
51
51
3-2
3-2
Purse $450.00
Pol Closes 4:44
- Best early foot
-Got lelt in last
-Disappointment to date
-Haa good workouts
-Usually clos. up
-No. l contender
3-2
3-1
10-1
101
3-1
2-1
s.Purs, $S0I.H Peel Closes 5:15
3-2
3-1
3-2
30-1
5-2
10-1
50-1
Purs $1000 Peel Cleses 1:45
-Not off recent races
Has class plus
Handicap in favor
-Could get up her,
10-1
EVEN
'7-5
2-1
Purse $400.00 Peel Closes
-Could make it her
- Depends on start
-Bad lee hamDers
5-2
4- 1
5- 1
15-1
3-2
3-1
30-1
21
-Nothing to recommend
- Form indicates
-Returns in good shape
-Nothing in ages
-Will fight it out
Fairways
Playing for Panama were: I
rene Robinson Captain, Kay
Purdv. Svlva CarnenUr anrf A.
lyce French. Sonjmerfreund h a s
donated another beautiful trophy
tor next year.
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C.Z. Swim Pools
Closed Good friday
All swimming pools operated
by the Schools Dlvtslen Balboa,
Gamkea. Gatun and Rainbow
City) will be cleH en Geed
Friday, April 4, lfM.
EXHIBITIONS SET
DETROIT (UP) The world
champion Detroit Lions wi'l play
six pre season games this sum summer
mer summer and fall. The Lions open
against the College All-Stars in
Chicago on Aug. 15 and then nlay
the Cleveland Browns, New York
CiUnK Chicago Bears. Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia E?cles and browns again in
that order.

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in a 13-0 victory over Clayton in a perfect game pitched by John Street. Pictured are; left to right, front row: Pat Sullivan, Ken Mere Meredith,
dith, Meredith, Carrel Grantham, Dick Sullivan, Larry Milan, Dennis Conner: back row: John Street. Greeorv Thomas. James Smolka Vio AW

Dave Stirling, Jerry anks and Daniel O'Brien. Standing behind the

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Several changes were recorded
at the President Remon race
track's offices this week.
Now Then, Cohete, Don Manuel
and Lark, all owned by the Stud
Los Vencedores, will be trained
by Laureano Llaurado in the fu future.
ture. future. Prtaidentei owned bf Ricardo
St. Louis, has been turned over to
trainer Roberto Zeballbs. Jimmy
Silvers had been in charge of get
ting Presidente ready.
Kinlai Po?n is the new owner
of the maiden Pilluelo. Alfredo;
(ran qe tiuevoj omim win uiu
the fractious native colt.
0O0
Amah, a speedy thre-year-eld
brown filly recently imported
from the U.S. by Luis H. Farru Farru-gia,
gia, Farru-gia, if turning In tome impres impressive
sive impressive workouts. Yettnrday morn morning
ing morning the daughter of Apache-Happy
Seng turned feur furlongs in
49 3-5. She will race under the
colors of the Stud Buena Ft.
Another newcomer that will soon
make his local debut is the four-year-old
Argentine colt Del Veci Veci-nn
nn Veci-nn Thin hav offsorine of Testigo-
Vulpina is owned by Mrs. Viola
Redhead and trained oy ueram
Silvers Jr.
O0O-"
Eight throughbreds, including
three natives, are scheduled to
.v. thir firt local starts over
I II estiva vnvu
the weekend. The native through throughbreds
breds throughbreds are Sahri. Bargyle and I-
dentica. The imported newcomen
soffador. Porro. Carcaman,
Ionias Pet and Philipipon.
Porro and Carcaman are sched-
..l-J .t.tarK in inmnrrow's fifth
race, the natives will go in sun-
day's filth race wnue segaoor, nu-lmir-m
and Ionia's Pet will break
into the local programs in the
eighth race on jsunoay.
Sahri, a two-year-old bay filly
l-. v u...r'oiim(.cifr ts owned
by the Stud Buena Fe and trained
by Luis H. Farrugia.
b....i. niint-Mxed theee-year
old brown daughter of Barretm-
Argyle Street, is ownea oy w
Haras Carinthra and trained by
Augustin Soane Jr. v
tj..h.. twn-var-old bay tu-
jy by count cJ
ficada, is me propeny
Maqui and Eduardo Young her
lri'"5 ; i-..ar-nlH brown I
aegaoor, . v
horse hy &ina-eaini, r
Mrs. Viola Redhead ana irmeu
Gerald Silvera Jr. Uoctnnl
Porro a two-year-old chestnut
son of Polo Sur-Pairreques, is
the propert".of the Stud, Cuatro
Am. and trained by Daniel Cim-
8,Carcaman, a grey two-year-old
colt by Bhopal-Chiclanera, is own own-.a
.a own-.a h thP. Haras Carinthia and
trained by Augustm Soane Jr.
Ionia's Pet, a four-year-old grey
daughter of Panorama-Ionia, is
the property of the Stud Rio Gran Grande
de Grande and trained by Eustacio Gari
cia de Paredes.
Dhiiininnn a fivp-vear-old brown j
horse by Phidias-braganza, rs own owned
ed owned by the Stud Maricris and train trained
ed trained by Ernesto Paris.
0O0
Cooksmaid has been scratched
frem tomorrow's tixth race. Her
No. 3 position on the program
will tt taken by Coronation Day
which will bo ridden by apprent apprentice
ice apprentice rider Carlos Quiros with a
180 pound weight assignment.
Bias Aguirre will be aboav Ma Ma-nandoafeaa
nandoafeaa Ma-nandoafeaa instead of Jose Talave Talavera
ra Talavera in Sunday's seventh rrce qiHi qiHi-''in
''in qiHi-''in event for the April 13 Na National
tional National fuard Classic.

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but aboard Cartillero in tomor
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Resorts

FOR SALE HiHt Cottage at
Coronado Beach, two bedrooms.
' modern improvements. 2 power
plants and wall on property. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
25-3014.
PHILLIPS Occantido Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Furnished house
2 bedrooms, living, dining
rooms, etc. Street 48 No. 25 Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Phone 3-1863.
TOR RENT House fully fur furnished
nished furnished 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 more $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,
diringroom, terrace, large kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. For information call 3 3-4641.
4641. 3-4641. Commercial Sites
FOR RENT Space in com commercial
mercial commercial building to be located
at corner of Justo Arosemena
and 43rd Street. Phone 3 3-4641.
4641. 3-4641. FOR RENT Offices Central
Avenue No. 28.
Sports Briefs
GOETZ BEHIND MIKE
NEW YORK (UP) Former Na National
tional National League umpire Larry
Goeto, who retired after the 1956
season, will be a sportscaster this
season on the Mutual Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting System's "Game of the Day"
programs.
MEAUX RIDES TRIPLE
BOWIE, Md. (UP) Clarence
Meaux, one of the leading riders
at Bowie this year, booted home
three winners Wednesday includ
ing, overlooked AmDiorun in the
feature. Meaux also scored on
Busy Saggy ($12.80) and Bubble
Fame ($6.60). Ambiorun paid
$16.00.
TARTARON WITH 'STARS
CINCINNATI (UP)-Frank Tar Tar-taron,
taron, Tar-taron, captain of Xavier Univer University's
sity's University's National Invitation Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament ehamninns. will nlav far the
College All-Stars against the Har-
m uioDeiroiiers lor part of their
cross-country tour which begins
at Madison Square Garden in
New York Sunday.

Houses

ALMACEN HX
Bookcase 9.50
China Closets .15.00
Metal Dining
Tables ', 9.50
Mirror Top Coffee
Tables 9.50
Wrought Iron End
Tables 3.75
Chairs from 2.50
Springs 12.50
Mattresses 8.00
Basket Chairs 12.50
Pillows 1.50
Mirrors 1.00
Beds 6.95

New & Used
FURNITURE v:
ALMACEN HX
(Household Exchange)
3-7348
41 Auto Row 3-4911
We Pay Cash For
Your OW Furniture
Other Bargains In

Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
St. Vii" ; Vi.' '"-'V
?v S mlas. from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences in Suites end Bungalows,
111 with private bath. Hot end cold water.
Prices: $6 and $8 daily, with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen Horse riding.

For reservations
Manager; Bill and

Apartments

ATTENTION, 0. I.! Just built
2 bdroofnt, hot.
Phone Panama 8-4941
FR RENT -r- Apartment, living,
dining room, kitchen, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, independent services.
Ave. la San Francisco, Ne. 43.
FOR RENT Apartment, two
bedrooms, living, dinincj room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco, Front church.
Bofica del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
FOR RENT From April 15,
to September 1 5, completely
furnished three bed-room a a-lartment,
lartment, a-lartment, hot water, garage,
$150.00. Phone 3-2279 from
6:00 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Apt., master bedroom
airconditioned. Avenida Chile
final. Call 3-0611 or 3-4?98.
FOR RENT Best located,
small furnished apartment. Near
all bus stops. 43rd St. No. 13.
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors,
yard. Tel. 3-0471, 2-3343 for
informatiin Lombardo.
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.
FOR RENT For one month,
completely furnished apartment,
beautiful view, cool, quiet, in
house centrally located. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 30-276.
FOR RENT Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom apartment, 43
Street No. 21 upstairs. Tel. 3 3-4849.
4849. 3-4849. Small College
AH-America
Basketball Team
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YOHK, March 28 (UP)-
Jim Daniels, Dick Barnett, Ben Ben-nie
nie Ben-nie Swain, Jim Smith and Milt
Peterson five basketball stars
who could make most major uni
versity squads today were nam
ed to the United Press small col
I egeAll-America team.
The team was selected with the
help of the nationwide board of
coaches which rated the small
colleges for the.United Press dur during
ing during the 1957-58 campaign.
TtmM.Alll il n f,unfrtrtt 11 iflitt
senior from Brooklyn, N. Y., who
recently led South Dakota to the
NCAA College Division Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament title. Barnett is a six foot.
four-inch Junior from Gary, Ind.,
who paced Tennessee State to rts
second straight NAIA Tournament
title March 15.
Swain is a six-foot, eight Inch
senior on the Texas southern team
which lost only to Tennessee
State in the NAIA Tournament.
Smith is a six-foot, six-inch sen senior
ior senior frnm MnmpstPad Pa. His all-
around play helped Steubenville
(unio) enu we recem seasun s
tho nation's No. 1 small school
team in the United Press ratings.
Peterson is a six-foot, lour-incn
sophomore from Wallace, Mich.
Ha IpH Whratnn nil) to a 24-1
regular season record and fourth
place in the ncaa college uivi
sion Tournament.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Stales District Court For The
District of the Canal Zone,
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
L. Lux, deceased. Notice to Creditors
Protete No. 9474.
LEGAL NOTICK
Public notice is hereby given that the
Public Administrator of the Canal Zone
Is the administrator of the estate of
Samuel L. Lux, deceased, and that rll
nersons having claims against the said
Cedent are required to file them with
he necessary vouchers in the office of
he Clerk of the United States District
"!ourt for the District of the Canal Zone
it ncon, Canal Zpne, or to exhibit
hem with the necessary vouchers at
he office of the Pjiblic Administrator,
loom 207, Civil Affairs Building, An
nn, Canal Zone, not later than Jan Jan-larv
larv Jan-larv 14, 1959.
Claims not. so presented by said date
vill be barred.
JAMES MARSHALL
Public Administrator.
P. O. Box 4459
Elenor Jaspers

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Automobiles
FOR SALE 1950 4-door
Oldsmobile 88, new tires, radio
and heater, reliable transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Call Gamboa 283 after 6,
evenings.
FOR SALE 1947 Chrysler,
4-door Sedan, 3 new tires
good mechanical con dition,
$250 Telephone 3-4073,
Panama.
FOR SALE 1953 Ford Con.
vertible with Fordomatic, radio,
heater, WSW and nylon top.
Call 83-7200.
FOR SALE 1952 Ford Cus Cus-tomline
tomline Cus-tomline 2-door sedan. Low
mileage. Recently painted and
'upholstered. Phone Balboa
1580.
ON SALE 1958 Radio Ama Amateur's
teur's Amateur's handbook Get your copy
now at Morrison's ")" Street
and Fourth of July and Lewis
Service, Tivoli Avenue.
FOR SALE 1951 Buick 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, Good family car. Oyna Flo,
Radio, Tinted Glass. Tel. 84 84-3184.
3184. 84-3184. FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet
Convertible. Powerglide, radio,
heater, new top, WSW tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Army officer
leaving, must sell $1195. Call
Fort Clayton 2108 between 4-7
' p.m.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford Cus Custom
tom Custom 300 6 cylinder 4 door Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, two tone green with radio.
1835.00. 0861 -B, Balboa.
Phone 2-3307.
FOR SALE Mercury 1956
Montclalr, excellent condition,
duty paid, radio. Best offer over
$2,600. Balboa 3354.
TOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, powerglide, $1350.00.
House 54 X, New. Cristobal, Tel.
3-2457.
NIKON
Cameras
at
1. 1. HUM N.,
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, caucu caucuses.
ses. caucuses. Ingrown lee nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"'
Products
J. Arowmena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-Z2i7
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
-tali
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 I Car or Borrow on your
present car through
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER
representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 3-4984 3-M8S
71
LIMA
EXCURSION
April 11 to 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
RESTRICTION PROPOSAL
GENEVA, Switzerland, March
28 (UP) Two committees of
the Interparliamentary Union,
comprising members of Parlia Parliaments
ments Parliaments everywhere "put an end to

restrictions on the free exchange
of ideas." j,
The resolution on "freedom of
the press and information" will
be considered by the union's
council this weekend.
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Home Articles
FOR SALE RCA Television
and attaching record player.
Pickwick awivel -model. Call
83-2121.
FOR SALE Household arti articles,
cles, articles, old style cayuco 20, fit fit-fed
fed fit-fed for outboard $55, odds and
ends. Taylor K. M. Feets, 23 H
B Saturday, Sunday. Tel. 2 2-1327
1327 2-1327 Las Cruces or 83-5162.!
FOR SALE 6 pieces living
room Rattan. Tel. Balboa 1675.
FOR SALE Large 4 burner
gas range, oven and broiler. Sell
or trade for anything of equal
value. PAor.1 3-6895, nights 3 3-6435.
6435. 3-6435. FOR SALE Bamboo living
room, sofa bod, gas stove, com complete
plete complete carved bedroom, two new
caoba beds, dining room sot.
Phone 3-6109, Victoria building
in front Hotel El Panama 1st
apartment.
Real Estate
FOR SALE Furnished cottage,
Gorgona Beach. Beautiful ocean
view. Just take linens and move
in. Phone 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, gas
stove, all tile floors and bath,
garage. Bargain. Phone Balboa
4319.
FOR SALE In Las Cumbres
No. 304 3rd St. 3-bedroom
masonry homo, maid'a room
and bath, water heater, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, gas stove, carport, 40 ft.
TV tower and antenna, bohio,
telephone, 1800 sq. meters land,
cyclone fenced. Asking $15, $15,-O00.
O00. $15,-O00. Further details, Balboa
1816.
KENTUCKY VS. DUKE
DURHAM, N.C. (UP) Ken Kentucky's
tucky's Kentucky's NCAA basketball champi champion
on champion will play Duke University at
the Duke Indoor Stadium on Dec.
8. Kentucky has won two of the
tnree previous games, including a
78-74 victory during the recently
completed season.

Shown upon arrival in Panama are James E. Perkins, pres president
ident president of Paramount International Films, Inc., with his wife and
Henry B. Gordon Latin American Division manager. From left
to rlgtat: Mario Ghio, manager of Paramount Films of Panama:
Perkins, Mrs. Perkins and Gordon.

Albrook's
Wins C.Z.

Big John Clark of Albrook Air.len since 1956. It was Gibson a.

Force Base won the fifth annualigain in a record broad jump of

C. Z. decathlon title last night at
Balboa Stadium. This made it
three in a row for Clark as he al-
so captured the championship in
1956 and 1957. ,'
As in last year's decathlon, it
was the 660 yard run, the final
event which decided the winner.
With nine events completed Clark
held only a slim lead over Bill Gib
son of C.H.S. Dan Mescal of Al
brook, with Carl Toothman of
IB H S in a strorig fourth spot
In the 660 it was Clark and Tooth
man all the way with Toothman
barely edging out Clark at the;
finish with both being clocked in
the record breaking time of 1:30.6.
This was enough to give Clark the
necessary points and the title.
In the course of the two-day ev
ent five new records were posted
and one tied. Daniel of Amador
tied the 100-yard record with a 10.3
to equal Jankovich's time of last
year. Clark set a new mark of 50
feet one-quarter inch to eradicate
the former mark of 48 feet 5 inches
set bv Nickisher in 1957.
' Rangy Gibson, ace C H S track-
sler, grabbed off two records when
he hurled the discus 149 feet 3 1
'.inches to shatter the previous mark

'of 137 feet 2 inches held by yiuel

ttreet FARHACIA SAS"-Vie Bene"

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Booklet Facta A A-bout
bout A-bout the Loitery. For sale at
all newsstands. Only $0.75.
FOR SALE Complete set
Kenneth Smith golf clubs. Phone
2-2495 5 to 7 p.m.
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 Rose bushes and
other plants. Pyle Street, House
2483-A, Balboa.
VFW Carnival
Gels Underway
At Curundu Today
The Veterans of Foreign wars
carnival in behalf of the V.F.W.
teener baseba'l champions, will
get (under way today at Post 3822,
Lt. Frank P. Albrook, on Curun Curundu
du Curundu Road.
The carnival will open its gates
at the following hours:
Today at 6 p.m., tomorrow, at
2. p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m., Monday
at 3 p.m. for activities that ap appeal
peal appeal to children and at 6 pm. oth
er activities; Tuesday at 3 p.m.
for activities that appeal to the
children and at 6 p.m. other acti
vities.
The proceeds from this carnival
will be used to sponsoring the all-
star team in its enaeavor to reiajn
the championship in the States
this July through August.
Among the concessions of the
carnival are the following: Merry-go-round,
batting cage, "spill the
milk" bowling ball, hot dogs,,
hamburgers, sodas, beer, popcorn
and numerous other activities in interesting
teresting interesting to adults as well as
children.
A host of VFW .volunteers, frineds
of the posts and neighbors from
the Republic' of Panama, will be
in attendance.
NARROW VICTORY FOR RIDS
MADRAS, India (UP) The
Communist government of the In Indian
dian Indian state of Kerala escaped de defeat
feat defeat by only two votes yesterday
on the government's budget de demands.
mands. demands. An independent, .who us usually
ually usually votes with the Communists,
joined the opposition and cut the
I government majority to two.
John Clark
Decathlon
21 feet 4 inches bettering the 21
feet 2 inches of Jankovich in 1957
Bill Halvosa of B H S in a fine
demonstration of vaulting cleared
the bar at 11 feet 1 inch to set a
new rcord in the pole vault, .the
former record being 11 feet' by
Jankovich in 1957.
Toothman of B H S with hi 1 ?n
- 6 in the 660 erased the former
- time of 1:30.9 set bv Rni laci
year, lootnman with 4159 points
aiso sex a new mark for h is h
- points by hieh school comntitnr
as he. bettered the former total of
4107 points set by his brother Bob
Toothman in 1957
Trophies presented by the Bal
boa High School Student Associa
tion were awarded to the first six
- highest point winners as follows
First John Clark
Albrook (al-
so winner in 1958,
pcUts.
1957) 4348
Second Carl Toothman BUS
4159 points.
Third r Dan Mescal Albrook
4102 points.
Fourth Bill Gibson C H Sr-
4ioii points.
Fifth Herman Daniel Ama
4 dor 3863 points
Sixth Charles Detore CHS

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111 NOVEDAUEB arriie

Boats b Motors
FOR SALE Two loading
barges, L.C.M. type. Hulls in
perfect condition. Each barge
equipped with two new 4-71
G.M. Diesel engines. For infor information
mation information phone Mr. Ramdeen or
Mr, Gotti at Panama 3-7411,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit our new Marine .store.
Many new items including boat
Armour fiber glase materials.
ABERNATHY, across aids street
Hotel El Panama. Phone 3 3-6895,
6895, 3-6895, 3-0264.
FOR SALE 14' boat, trailer,
12 H.P. Elto motor, all equip equipment
ment equipment $300. 82-4277 or 85-
2219.
LOST Ladies white gold Ben Ben-rus
rus Ben-rus wristwatch. Call Balboa
1551 or Balbao 2786. Reward
if returned,
Large Field To Go
In Grand National
'Chase Tomorrow
AINTREE, Eng. March 27 (UP)
Between 30 and 35 steeplechas
ers were expected to start Satur
day in the $46,858 Grand National
Steeplechase with the weather
holding the key to the actual size
of the field.
Payoffs in the Irish hospital
sweepstakes depend upon the re result
sult result of the "toughest horse race
in the world;
Heavy rain during the past two
days has tended to soften the
track and seme owners have with
held their decision to run horses
until they are certain on the con condition
dition condition of the tr&ck.
A yieldingttj.wouM Aipr
slower but Sure footed jumpers
the 4-mrle. 8$oyarl race. To
Wyhdburgh, an eigftt f year -old
owned and trained by Mitt Rhona
Wilkinson, has emerged as favor favorite.
ite. favorite. Pre-race betting has been
lighter than usual due to the lack
of a standout horse.
Wyndburgh, a hardy, powerful
animal, finished eight lengths be
hind the winner, Sundrew, last
vpsr and this season has demon
strated that he has lost none of
his jumping ability. Wyndburgh
aisn still retains his unlimited
oramma a orime requisite in the
gruelling test over 30 of the
world's most frightening obstacles
He is 17 to 2 in the latest odds
Sundew was killed after a fall
last year following his Grand Na National
tional National triumph.
The breath taking race is ex ex-rtaA
rtaA ex-rtaA tn h watched by at least
a quarter million spectators. Most
look for one oi me irua jumj jumj-to
to jumj-to provide any upset.
The news that Fred Winter, the
champion Steeplechase ckey,
will ride the Irfeh owned and
trained Springsilver, has made
Springsilver second choice at i.
t0At the same price is Mr. What,
another Irish entry who
regarded as one of the stronger
contenders in mis f
racing duel. .
Also drawing good support in
the betting is Goosander, last
years favorite who could finish
only sixth.
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Williams
Sunday Afternoon
Funml lervltes will 1 h!
Church for Mrs. Caroline Butch-
er WRliams, who mea
y in tne Pan,?m t
iy in tne rwsau
Burial will follow in Jardin de
The 45-year-old Jamaican u-m
been a resident oi ine
Zone for several years im
about seven years" ago, when she
moved to Juan Dia.
Mrs. Williams is survived by
her husband, Percival; her sons,
Lavere, Lorenzo, Adriel, Elvin and
n Rmirher: dauehters Muriel
Butcher, Mrs. Anazinta OMeally
and Mrs. Madriana Jordan m
addition to Other relatives here
and in the .United Statee.
She was a member of Unity
Temple No. 759, IBPOEW.
Catherine Hinds
Dies In Hospital
Mrs. Catherine Hinds, a former
resident of La Boca, died yester
day snoruy atier Deing aamuieu
to Santo Tomas Hospital.
A Barbadian. Mrs. Hinds is sur
vived by 'her husband, Samuel,
her nieces Mrs. Mildred Forster
and Mrs. T. Emptage, and her
nephew Arnold Lashley.
She was a member of St. Peter's
Benevolent and Edith Cavell Socie Societies.
ties. Societies. Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
Expert Dress making. Call Cris
tobal 3-3256.
From Tot to Teenager, to Grand Grandmother,
mother, Grandmother, our export Stateside
Hair Stylists are shaping locks
into most flattering Easter hair hairdos.
dos. hairdos. Genell's Beauty Shop. Coco Coco-li
li Coco-li Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
Visit our enlarged store. Every Everything
thing Everything for the athlete, fisherman,
boats man. ABERNATHY, across
side street Hotel El Panama.
Phone 3-6895, 3-0264.
tn.
-JIIIMpinL
WANTED Will pay ,pot
cash for good late model cars:
Phone all day Panama 2-4966
or 2-2616. Autos Eisenman
next to Coca Cola plant.
WANTED Trailer suitable
for 16 foot boat, small wheels.
Phono Gamboa 6-489.
WANTED Servel Refrigera Refrigerator.
tor. Refrigerator. Phono 3-3319.
GOODWILL AMBASSADOR
BASEL, Switzerland; March 28
(UP) Basel is sending a 20-year-old
secretary, Sylvia Spycher, to
the United States as a community
goodwill Ambassador.
She will spend the first five
weeks with a family in Schenc Schenc-tady,
tady, Schenc-tady, N.Y., before going on to
New York City, Brattleboro, Vt.,
and Washington, D.C.

Orange Kist Takes Lead
In American Legion Junior
Baseball League Standings

rahM Kist with a 3-2 win
El Panama Hilton at Beam Sta
dium Wednesday took over first
place in the American Legion Jun Junior
ior Junior Baseball League.
It was a closely contested game
all the way. Going into the sev seventh
enth seventh inning both teams were e e-ven
ven e-ven with 2 runs apice. McGriff
catching for El Panama Hilton in
attempting to pick off Joe Garcia
stealing third threw the ball into
left field. Garcia continued around
third and on into the plate for the
third and winning run.
Jeff Kline pitching for El Pa
nama Hilton turned in a fine per per-llormance
llormance per-llormance striking out 11 and al
lowing but four hits. Mickey statu
started for Orange Kist but was
replaced in the mird by Moe
Schooch who got credit for the
win. Schooch also hit a run pro producing
ducing producing triple while his mound op opponent
ponent opponent Kline connected for dou double.
ble. double. Both of these hits by the
pitchers accounted for the only ex extra.;
tra.; extra.; base hits in the ball game.
As a result of Wednesday game
the league standing are:
Team W L Pet-
Orange Kist 4 3 .570
Spur Cola 4 4 .500
El Panama Hilton 4 4 .500
Westinghouse 03 3 .500
Panama Insurance 2 3 .450
Following is the box score of
Wednesday's game:
Orange Kist AB R H PQ A E
Blevlns, Rocky 11) 4 0 08 0 0
Ortiz, Pepi
Fields, Billy
Garcia, Joe 2b
Schoch, Mo If, p
Engelke, John cf.
Corriean, E. ss
3
3
3
4
4
2
2
2
0 0
0 10
2 1
1 0
f 0
0 4
0 1
0 0
Hern, Jack rf
Stahl, M. p, If
Totals
27 3 4 24 9 0
El Panama Hilton AB R H PO A E
Baggot, 2b, If 4 112 0 0
McKeown, T. 3b 2 1 1 2 0 0
Spradlin, L. lb 3 0 0 4 0 1
McGriff, C c 3 0 110 1 1
Kline, Jeff p 3 0 113 0
Wallace, B. ss 3 0 0 2 1 1
Kiamco, Carlos (1 0 0 2 0 0
Bright, Frank If 2 0 0 0 0 0
Morris, John 2b 0 0 0 1 0 0
Eisenmann, D. rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 2 4 24 5 3
Two base Hit& Kline; Three
Base Hits: Schoch.
Earned runs: Orange Kist 2,
El Panama Hilton 1.
Left on Base- Orange Kist 6,
El Panama Hilton 7.
Passed Balls: .Fields 1. Stolen
Bases: Corrigan, Hern 2, Mc
Keown, McGriff 2.
Sacrifice Hits: Corrigan, Sprad'

GARRARD CHANGERS
We now hav a good tupply of famous Carrara"
HI-FI Recordcrwngera, RC88 & RC98
Special C.Z. Prices!
CASA SPARTON
Central Ave). 26-109 Calidonia

WANTED Experienced Pan.

mare, ror accountant office
manager of established Panama
branch of a United States Com Company.
pany. Company. Requirements accounting
education; prior experience as
chief accountant or office man manager;
ager; manager; speak, read and write
Spanish and English; state
qualifications and references in
letter addressed to AMH Boa
SERVICES
3-miiMito car wash SI.
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
ears o. Auto-Mso, Trens Trens-miae
miae Trens-miae Highway near Sear.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. 1
TELEVISION All service C. O. D.
Dependable TV
Service
R
easonable
eliablo
adio TV
cpair
Crawford Agencies
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Bex 1890, Panama, R.P.
Termite damage can be de-
structive as fire if nor controll controlled.
ed. controlled. Protect your home and
furniture by calling Pronto
Service, Tel. J-7977 Panama,
Colon 1777.
The beat dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-sa
sa "Pla-sa 5 de Mayo."
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call MA MATERS
TERS MATERS 101 Colore 8057 7th
Street.
Pint on Balls Offt Kine 4.
Stahl 3, Schoch 3
Strike Outs by: Kline U, Stahl
2, Schoch 8.
Winning Pitcher Schoch, Losing
Pitcher Kline.
Oi Kline 3 runs and hits In 1
innings.
Off Stahl 2 runs and 8 hits in
3 1-3 innings.
Off Scoch 0 runs and 2 hits ia
4 2-3 innings.
SCORE BY INNINGS
Orange Kist
EL Panama H,
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Clark Wins Third Straight Decathlon

Propaganda Play'

Little League

US Expects Khrushchev To Announce6
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Halt In Soviet Nuclear Weapons Tests

Foreign Scientists' H-Bomb Invite
Guarantees More Public Information

WASHINGTON, March 28 (UP) The Unfted States and its Allies today planned early moves to find out if
Nikita Khrushchev's move into the Soviet premiership sjgnals any new chance to break the East-West impasse over
a Summit parley. ....
Meanwhile the United States anticipated some word from Moscow that the Russians are ready to halt nuclear
tests or nuclear weapons production without an international agreement.
U.S. officials said any one-way Soviet action in the nuclear field would be a "clever propaganda play," pr-

hans comine at the conclusion of a long series of Soviet tests and about the time the united waxes is aooux to d-

-ivrh nuclear tests in the Pacific.

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Officials said any solo Sdviet ac action
tion action on testing or weapons produc produc-Son
Son produc-Son would be of little value in the
absence of an inspection system.
However Sen. Hubert. H. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey (D-Minn.), chairman (ft the
ornate disarmament subcommittee
said such a Soviet announcement
ould have "tremendous" propa propa-Enoa
Enoa propa-Enoa value to the Kremlin.
'Aside from possible nuclear stra strategy
tegy strategy moves the big question ra
Washington today was how Khrush
Whev wi'l use his combined Com Com-drtinist
drtinist Com-drtinist Party and government roles
now that he has ousted Nikolai
Bulganin from the premiership.
There Is IWtle ,'" W,,t'
m circles that Bulganin s rem removal
oval removal wilt mean any major $nftt
Wt Cuiat DOlicV.

Khrushchev has long
sidered tht man calling tht fl fl-nals
nals fl-nals from his post as Commu Communist
nist Communist Party bos.
US. Senate Democratic whip
Mike Mansfield expressed th e
general view that the onfy differ difference
ence difference "is that the guy who used
to dictate the letters is now sign sign-ig
ig sign-ig them."

WASHINGTON, March 28 (UP)
President Eisenhower's decision
to let foreign scientists see a
"clean" H-bomb explosion this
summer guarantees release of
some previously secret informa information
tion information to the public generally.

"Obviously," an official told the
United Press, "a number of items
will have to be declassified for the
demonstration to have any mean meaning."
ing." meaning." Tht President Is inviting for-

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Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, fs
prepared by tre Meteorological
sind Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Comnanv:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 88
Low 80
HUMIDITY:
High 96 81
low 85 '6
WIND:
(max. mph) S-13 NW-12
RAIN (inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 79 86
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SATURDAY, MARCH 29

Ih Low

13 a.m. 3:5" a.m.

ME) p.m. 4:28 p.m.

Veruzuela by plan and taken
to the Salvage Depot in Gatun.

During the first 12 hours of

treatment in the chamber, the div

er's condition remained very crir

tical. After a short rest in Coco
Snln Hnsnital hp. was returned to

lu the decompression chamber on
U.Mk OA tkiyA hatlstn a Qfl.linill. Aa-

iuai tu ttv aim ui.gaii a w uvui vav-
compression treatment starting at
165 feet.

Gabriel Jaboin. a Venezuelan div

er who spent two days last week

fiehune for .his Me in a oecom

pression chamber at uatun, nas
been removed from tho seriously

ill list at Coco Solo Hospital and

is reportedly well on his way
reeoverv.

Although he is still under ob observation,
servation, observation, Daboin apparently has
made a miraculous recovery from
a severe case of "caisson di disease.
sease. disease. commonly known as the

bends, resulting from i, 100-foot tion continued to improve steadi

He egan to revive at about 7:30

a.m. last Frmay ana nis conai

dive with a face mask in Lake

MaracaiDo.
This wMk full credit for the
skill and patience otf industrial
division employes concerned
with the operation of the d d-compression
compression d-compression chamber was given
in letters of commendation sent
out by Capt. H. S. Knerr, chief
of the industrial division.
William (Badders, salvage mas

ter and master diver, and give

other industrial division employes

were commended for their parts

in making tht operation a sue-
C6SS.
"It was most gratifying," Capt.

Knew stated in the letters, "to

observe your- patient and under

tanding efforts in restoring Daboin
and making him as comfortable

as possible, your skill in handling
the technical problems associated
with the decompression treatment

' and your effective teamwork."

In addition to Badders, the let letters
ters letters were sent to Ralph H. Mora Morales,
les, Morales, welder; Johu T. O'Donnell,
Jr., machinist; R. C. Crump, lo locomotive
comotive locomotive crane operator, Howard
L. Clark, Jr., locomotive crane o o-perator;
perator; o-perator; and Carl H. Starke, iron
worker. In addition to their regu regular
lar regular duties, all these men are ex expert
pert expert divers.
The treatment received in the
decompress! noehamber by Da Daboin
boin Daboin was started March 19
after he was brought hero from

ly. He was removed from the de decompression
compression decompression chamber at 3:15 a.m.
Saturday and returned to Coco So Solo
lo Solo Hospital.

Body Of Han Taken
OK UFCo Vessel
Buried At Ml. Hope

An American crewmember of a
United Fruit Line ship who died
of a heart attack at sea, is being
buried today at Mt. Hope.
The body of Reginald C. Allen,
61-year-old utility man on the S.

S. Camayaqua, was taken off the

ship when it arrived at Cristobal

today.

Police report that he died three
days ago when the ship was about
20 miles off the coast of the island

of San Salvador en route to Cristo

bal from New York.

it was reported that the crew crewman
man crewman suffered from high blood
pressure." hip's captain, George
H. Grant signed the death certific
ate which listed the cause of

death as heart failure

The deceased is survived by his

wife, Mrs. Oralee Allen of New

York who has been notified of the

death

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Paramount presents B BW
Wilde-Wallace.m
iS -Devils
T9 ifaitpin-

eign scientists, through tho U U-nited
nited U-nited Nation, to .witness "a
large nuclear explosion in which
radioactive fallout will be dras drastically
tically drastically reduced."
He said ha hopes Russia will
be represented at the test.
The Atomic Energy Commission
(AEC) hasn't said what facilities
for gauging fallout will be made
available to the foreign scient scient-iests.
iests. scient-iests. It is understood it won't do this
until the invitations have been ex extended
tended extended and accepted.
Presumably, however, the visit visiting
ing visiting scientists will be permitted to
check instruments used to mea measure
sure measure radioactivity and perhaps
to participate in the analyses in involved.
volved. involved. In any event, the visitor will
have to be told a lot about the

test device if they are to learn,
as the President wants them to,
what "progress our scientists are
achieving in reducing radioactive
fallout from nuclear explosions."
The AEC never has publicly re

ported the power yield or nuclear

composition of any of the big H-

bombs. "clean or dirty." it has

tested at the Eniwetok-Bikini prov

ing ground.

Colon Firemen
To Hold Barbecue
Tomorrow Night
An old-fashioned barbecue with

all the trimmings will be held to

morrow night in the patio of tne

Colon Fire Station to raise funds

for new uniforms for the perma

nent staff of the Colon bomberos

The barbecue i is scheduled to

begin at 6:30 p.m. with admission

prices at SI for adults and 50 cents

for children.

A total of 790 pounds of beef will

be prepared by Cristobal Police
Set. A. B. Cooper and Anthony

Kucikas of the VFW for the bar

becue, which will be highlighted
with a show featuring typical Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian dances, door prizes,
drinks, hotdogs, music for danc dancing
ing dancing for dancing and a cockfight.
The Colon Fire Department is
being aided in preparations for
the barbecue by several Zone or organizations
ganizations organizations on the Atlantic side.
Army authorities will provide
serving tents and chairs at the
barbecue site and tickets are be being
ing being distributed" by the Cristobal
Police, the American Legion and
the Cristobal Fire Department.

born at Oorgas Hospital dut dut-ing
ing dut-ing the week ending at mid midnight
night midnight Monday, according to the

regular hospital report. During

the same period, 184 patients
were admitted and ISO were
discharged.
- The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. F. Brito,
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Pf.trle ,of Gamboa; Cpl. and
S'.is C. H. White. Jr., of Coco Coco-!i;
!i; Coco-!i; Mr. and Mrs. T. Rodriguez
of Chiva Ch'.'u; Mr. and Mrs
C. ,T. Madthc, of Panama City:
Pie. and M:v. J R. Conway, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. N.
Castillo, of Paraiso; Lt and
Mrs. J. E. Gregory III, of Ff
Clayton and Sgt. and Mrs. v.
G., Welch, of Curundu.
Girls were bom to the, fol following
lowing following parents: SSgt. and
Mrs. J. R. Menchaca, of Al Al-brook;
brook; Al-brook; Lt. and Ms. T. R.
James, of Fort Kobbe; Mr; and
Mrs. A. A. Hall, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bowen,
of Gamboa; Ale. and Mrs. B.

G. Kelley, of Locona; and Sgt.

and Mrs., L. H. Legg, of Fort
Clayton.

Read story on page 6
AFL-CIO Economist Predicts
6,000,000 Jobless by June
W Jt GUTUinnAU U i no m m "-

T a,', n wrj m ml-uu economist, predicted today unemployment
win rise te six million in June or July, an Increase of nearly one million over the jobless total
last month
Economist JtathanyGoldfinyer made his forecast la the wake of a Labor Department report
showing that "subetartial unemployment" exceeding; 6 per cent of the available labor force -!
has spread to nearly half the nation's 149 major industrial centers.
The department said it now lists 70 of the big Industrial centers as "distressed ir" H.

cause their jobless total has reached or exceeds 6 per cent. Only 45 warranted that .ia ifuij

Uon to January, when the last bimonthly survey of industrial centers was mad, and 11 in
March of. last year.

were Baltimore, Md., Minneapolis-St. ruL I

Among new additions to the "distressed" list

dlanapolis, Ind., and Buffalo,' N.Y.

Minn., In

In addition 32 smaller industrial
centers were put on a separate list
of "substantial" unemployment"
bringing the total for smaller ci cities
ties cities to 121. This compares with 72
in January and 59 in March of
1957.
The department said five areas
including Detroit had more
than 12 percent unemployment.
Adding another gloomy note
j)he department said heavy man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing plants expect "few
significant changes" in their hir hiring
ing hiring rata over the next two
months.' There may be "some
additional" unemployment in
several auto and airaraft cent centers,
ers, centers, it said.
Goldfineer said the renorr. re

flecting widespread unemployment

in heavy industry now with little tive."

chance of an upturn in the next
two months, exposes the "false
optimism" of President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower about the recession.
The President said Wednesday
he thought the nation was going
through the worst of the recession
now.'
ENEMY ELEMENTS ACTIVE
BERLIN, March 2ft (UP)-Anti-Communist
elements at East Ber Berlin's
lin's Berlin's Humboldt University are ac active
tive active again, according to Univer

sity Communist Party Secretary 1

nans singer.
The university's newspaper
"Forum" quoted Singer as saying
"hostile centers" at the university
Were liquidated recently but "I
cannot conceal that enemy ele

ments nave again Decome ac-

Zone Relief Checks

Next Tuesday

Disability relief checks Wlfl be

issuea next Tuesday, at the old

nuvuu uispensary DUUCuUg,

the Treasuer's Office, on the, Pa.

cine side and at the old Treasur

er's Office, behind the Cristobal j

rosnoifice, on the Atlantic Side. 1

The disabiltiy relief checks are

issued on the first of each nonths.

except when the first of the month I

fads on a Saturday, Sunday, or

holiday. In such cases the checks I

are issued on the last preceding
workday, for the convenience of

tnose who receive the checks.

Civic Leaders Give Cancer Crusade All-Out Support

What do leaders of the Canal of the AFL-ClO, I whole-heartedly

one community think about the

1958 Cancer. Crusade?
They are giving? it 100 per cent
solid support. Here are some
statements they have filed with
the Canal Zone Cancer Committee,
whose fund-raising drive ends A A-pril
pril A-pril 5:

E. W. Hatchett, president of the

Canal Zone Central Labor union

and Metal Trades Council: In

endorse the 1958 Cancer Crusade

and urge all Canal Zone .people,

regardless oF whether not they

are associated witn organized la labor,
bor, labor, to give their full support to
ttis worthy cause." i

C. W. Chase. Jr.. oresident of

the Pacific Civic Council observed

that: "The American Cancer So

ciety destrves our support. During

keeping with the national policy the past six weeks through news

paper articles, moving pictures.

radio and television broadcasts,

and lectures, more information on

the subject of cancer has been
disseminattd in Panama and the

Canal Zone than ever before. Free

cancer cneckups are being given

to nearly 3000 women. Cases of

cancer are being found let us
hopt in time. The local Cancer

Society furnishes not only these

services to the lay populous but
also modern, up-to-date technical

information to our medical peo
pie.

W. H. Callaway, 63,
Dies In Florida;
Was Locks Operator
William Henry Callaway, 63, a

rptired lock operator, who work

ed at the Gatun Locks in the can

al Zone for 28 years, died Marcn
ll at a hospital in St. Petersburg,
Florida.

A native of Whistler. Ala., he

went to St. Petersburg three years

aso and lived at 3212 49th St. N.

Mr. Callaway was a veteran of

World War I.
He attended -St. Jude's Catholic

Church and was a member of the

Cristobal Elks Club, Lodge 1542.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs

Marie Friedel Callaway: three

daughters, Mrs. V. G. Camby of
Balboa, Mrs. R. A. DuVall of Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights, and Mrs. D. R. Di Di-Roma
Roma Di-Roma in France; his mother Mrs.
W. A. Soabury of Whistler; a sis sister
ter sister Mrs. Harry Sutton of Whistler;
two brothers. LeRoy Callaway of

iueuuiail, l.iiaa., auu ucuii yia
way of Conapton, Calif, and 12
grandchildren.

'Certainly such a program Is

Worthy of our assistance. In

contributing to the current Can'

cer Society drive, wt are real realty
ty realty contributing to ourselves and
our loved 'ones."

Ellis L. Fawcett, principal of

Paraiso High School and President

of the Congress of Civil Councils:
"The battle against cancer will

not be won by good intentions, but
rather thrrough the use of our
cash contributions. Give generous generously,
ly, generously, knowing that it could happen
to you."
E. C. Blount, president of the

! Gatun Civic Council; stated: "I

Urge everyone to contribute gen

erously to the Canal Zone Cancer
Committee and to participate in
the war against cancer by getting
an annual physical examination."
Jefferson Joseph, Rainbow City
civic leader, urged all residents
of Latin American communities
to contribute to the, Committee.
"Is helping the Committee you
are helping your family, your
neighbors, and your friends."
The District Grand Master of
Masons in th Canal Zone.
George P. Fullman, pointed out
that: "We Americans have al
ways favored wnlfare agencits
with our wholehearted, volunta-
8r support. The Canal Zone
ancer Committee is one of
thoat which is most worthy of
our financial aid."

Rufus M. Lovelady, president of

Lodge No. 14, AFGE, stated: "A
day seldom goes' by in the
AFGE's National headquarters
when word Is not recived that
some member has died from can cancer.
cer. cancer. Yes, our Federation loses on
the average of one member a day

every day in tht year from

cancer ,aione. is rt ,any wonder,
then, that each year our Nation

al president issues a plea to all

members or the AFGE to sup

port to the extent of their ability

the voiuntacy giving campaign fop

iunas to carry on cancer re research,
search, research, in the hone that medical

science will soon, find a cure fof

this deadly disease.

"Cancer reserach would be im

possible were it not for the volun

tary contributions from millions of i

people everywhere. I urge mem

bers of Lodge No. 14 to suppor

this worthy cause to the maxi

mum of their ability in eacl
campaign for cancer treatmes

and research lunds.'

Arthur Franz Mary Astor
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Written by JAMES EDMISTON and CORNEL WILDE

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