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MDENNDHT T II JE. DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Lef t&9 people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1958
Secreta Seeks Local Links
Between Gunrunning Captain,
Cuban Rebel Fidel Castro
Panama Secret Police said today they have no knowl knowl-adge
adge knowl-adge of Ecuadorian Capt. Jose Bolivar Medina having had
any contact here with Cuban rebels.
Medina is presently in jail in Browruvtlle, Tex.,
wWe he was brought Thursday after a US Coast Guard
boat rammed the vessel in which Medina was transport transporting
ing transporting 36 men and a load of arms to the Fidel Castro forces.
Secret Police here are now checking further on
whether Medina had any contact with Fidel Castro rep representatives
resentatives representatives in Panama.
They had been keeping an eye on him previously
because he had been linkd with contrabanding activities
Medina's wife, a Panamanian
who was contacted today said
she was hoping "momentarily" to
hear from her husband. However
she declined tolve her maiden
name. Her mother, who took the
phone after her daughter spoke,
said that Mrs. Medina was in a
(Medina, and 35 Cuban rebes
who were jailed in Brownsvile,
Texas have threatened to go on
a hunger strike to "starve to
death" if necessary to protest the
Federal scuttling of their heavily-armed
(Unless they post bond, they
are likely to remain in jail until
May 11, the next scheduled meet meeting
ing meeting date of the federal grand
jury The revolutionaries Include
a doctor and a Pentecostal
preacher who Is chaplain of the
Medina's vessel the Orion when
rammed and seized oy tne u. o.
Coast Guard, had 36 Cuban reb reb-els
els reb-els and a Shipment of arms and
n had been in Panama waters
since last December, and sailed
from Balboa on Marcn n en
rnnt.fi to Galveston. Texas.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
co-owner of the vessel, Kicnara
Bailey is now m Europe.
He is said to have represent represented
ed represented himself here as a retired
Panama Canal pHot. However,
a check of the list of pilots em employed
ployed employed by the Canal since 1928
failed to reveal hte name on it.
Medina has resided in Panama
for several years.
mo is well-known on the Bal
boa waterfront, and was involved
with the authorities when his
former boat, the MV Ouayas was
once tagged by Ecuadorians as
being a contraDana runner.
The Orion, a wooden 78-footer,
cleared the Canal Zone in bal ballast
last ballast with Medina as captain and
three crewmen, Ricardo Roca, 30.
Tulio Leyes, 34, Ecuadorians, and
Francisco Trivinos, 51, Panama-
nlThe 75-gross ton craft sailed
.nainaatnn nstensibl for en-
iVl TZZTZl 7. n.lkn.
repairs. if ,S
5 Sttiu a
it size could be
lfiss in Panama
compared to the cost in Galves-
She cleared Panama Bay for
Balboa en route to Texas after
iu.jino had snread the worn
that he was taking the ship
there to be repaired;
The 75-gross ton craft is or m m-orooiian
orooiian m-orooiian registry, and her oper
ators were listed as the Riversea
15,000 Local-Rate Homes
Work Under Way
On Free Zone
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Examinations to establish a
register of employes eligible to
rai tii (tnri sales and related
nnsitkfhs in the commissaries and
service branch will be held m grading Company.
April, it has been announceu m
the Personnel Bureau.
Persons interested in taking
these examinations may fill out
an application for federal emply emply-ment
ment emply-ment which can be obtained at the
Employment and Utilization Divi Division,
sion, Division, Building 69, Roosevelt Av Avenue
enue Avenue irt Balboa, or at the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Labor Office, Building 1029 in
Cristobal. L ...
These applications must be fil filed
ed filed at these offices not later than
4 p.m. April 11. A preliminary in interview
terview interview will be given candidates
at the time they obtain the ap applications
plications applications it was announced.
Former U.S. Government employes
must have a satisfactory work re-
Applicants must be over 18
year of age, must be ettkens of
thP United States, or the Republic
or Panama, or residents of the
Canal Zone, or other who have
established legal residence in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Acceptable proof of citi citizenship
zenship citizenship will be required.
An hour and .one half written
examination consisting of tests
In English will be on both the
Atlantic and Pacific sides. A
physical examination will be made
The names of successful candi candidates
dates candidates will then be placed on a re register
gister register of eligibles for such posit positions
ions positions as salesclerk, cashier, lug lug-german,
german, lug-german, section head and stockman.
Medina figured m several legal
actions filed in u.o. um
Court at Ancon -lL
The Guayas, his first vessel,
was sold in September 1956 at a
..u .Hnn tn satisfy a num
ber of claims filed against the
ship by local merchants, shipping
Early in 1957, Medina turned
upas master or tne mutui
Gobeledor. which was also in involved
volved involved in litigation which caused
her to be sold at public : auction.
He had some connection .with
the yacht wapi wmcn
"vLi L nrrtir here last De-
Medina mane tne mo w :
toown point in the Pacific, with
Fan May Pick Up
A 1949 Lincoln sedan in poor
SECRETARY OF THE ARMY WILBUR M. BRUCKER and MaJ. Gen. Truman H. Landon, Commander in Chief of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command take the salute as the joint honor guard pass in review. At the rear, from left to right, other members of
the reviewing party are: Hugh M. Milton, II Assistant Secretary of the Army; Gov. William E. Potter, of the Canal zone;
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, Commanding General of U. S. Army Caribbean; Rear Adm, George H. Wales, Commandant
of the 15th Naval District; and Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower, Chief of Staff of the Caribbean Command.
(U.S. Armed Forces Photo)
Army Secretary Arrives, Pulls Surprise On Semcemen
Secretary df the Arriijr WfW H. Landon, commander in Wef, iamistanfe to Miltpnt Cpf
Construction of what will probably be the largest
plant in the Colon Free Zone began this week, it was an announced
nounced announced today by Martin A. Ribikoff, vice-president of
The company, which will set up a plant to produce
low-cost pre-fabricated houses, exnects to hniM nU,f
I i 5,000 homes in Panama and Colon for local-rate em
ployes in the Canal Zone who are members of Locals 900
The Panamanian corporation signed a long-term
lease with the Free Zone on Aoril 14. 1957 in
leased a ten-acre tract of land in the Free 7am tn luiiLf
Hk. 1 .1 I l m .. ..
me new uuuauiK uruiram. bo rnr tha i u.. i --
aimed St taking care of non-U.S. chosen for the mojects hate no
rata tmnlnvu nt tViW Tnn. wkA .. i.. Y'""" ""TB
v...,..vj nun jit wneu reveaien
were formerly housed in the Ca-
nal Zone, is being sponsored by sjlf a an m
the American Federation of NT I U A MfhA 1 aiMA
County. State and Municipal Em- 1,1 vr WOllIC
pioyes (AFL-CIO) in Washington
for its local Union memttsrs.
Gov, William E. Potter; M a j
Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, com commanding
manding commanding general, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean;
ribbean; Caribbean; Rear Admiral George
Wales, commandant, 15th Naval
District; and Brig. Gen. Louis V.
Hightower, chief of staff, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command.
Mrs. Brucker and Mrs. Milton
were met by the wives of the re reviewing
viewing reviewing officers and escorted to
the spectators' stands, together
with remaining members of the
oarty: John B. Milton, Col. B.
Taylor, executive to Brucker: Lt.
Col. Arnold J. Hoebeke, military
M. Binder suprised a number
of young servicemen this mofniag
as he stopped to personally in inspect
spect inspect and chat with individual
Soldiers, marines ana airmen aur-
ng the joint honor guara at ai-
rook Air Force Base oy tne Ca
The 79th Army Band played
the 'Victor's March" of the Uni University
versity University of Michigan as the secre secretary,
tary, secretary, a former governor of Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, trooped the line. Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately behind the secretary, Assistant
Secretary of the Army Huga M.
Milton II inspected weapons of
The Air Force plane carrying,
Brucker s official party lanaea ai B r i
Albrook promptly at 8 a.m. and KetreSlier LOUfSe
the honor ceremony began.
The formation consisted of an
honor platoon of marines from
the 15th Naval District, an
honor flight from the Caribbean
Air Command, an honor plat plat-toon
toon plat-toon from the 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, and th
Caribbean Command colors. The
band played the U.S. National
anthem as a 19-gun salute wa
fired by D Battery of the 764th
Brucker was introduced to the
senior officers of all services, and
their wives, who had witnessed
the ceremonv. Humornus'v. he r
Caribbean Command; Milton; ft. Davies, aide to Brucker and
marked that he had just seen gene J. Crans
For Civil Defense
A four-man staff from the v.s.
Army Caribbean Chemfcal, Biolo Biological
gical Biological and Radiological CBR)
School, Fort Clayton, will give a
four hour refresher course to 20
Panama Canal Civil Defense per
sonnel on Anril 3.
The annual refresher course will
be civen bv M-Sets. Rollin W
Kapp, Edward J. Zarychta and
Alfred G. Cournoyer and Sp3 Eu-
' a good Brand oi unmcaticn. .
the Army, Air Force and Ma Marines
rines Marines marching together to the
. -, a im.. a r
condition will be sold at ,-publ fcj apologised
auction 10 oe neia monaay at m alIsin(, thf.m tn set iin sn aar
IJ UUt 0CSiU uioi. vu
well when he had to turn out as
an Army officer during World
With Brucker in the
party were Maj. Gen
a.m. at the Balboa roiice
The car, which carries Canal
Tnno liponaa tao (5151 mav he
seen at the Motor Transportaion
Division at Ancon
The course of instruction Is to
include the use of radiac ir.stru
ments. the operation of a radiolo
gical survey team and the use of
erass to determine the times of
stay and times of entry in a ra
diological contaminated area.
Col. Joseoh F. Escude. cheml
cal officer. USARCARIB. will
greet the class and give them a
brief orientation prior to their in-
ton s office.
B. Brown, of Mil-
USARCARIB and the office of the
Canal Zone governor.
He will leave on Anril 1 uith
his party to visit Puerto Rico.
and party will be
at the Tivoli Guest
The public has been invited
to hear Brucker speak at the
Balboa theater at 4:30 Monday
afternoon, as part of the "Out "Outward
ward "Outward Look" series of address addresses
es addresses by prominent visitors to the
Thz secretary's Monday sched schedule
ule schedule also Includes visits with Pres President
ident President Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.
and Foreign Minister Aquilino
Boyd, a conference with tl s Am
bassador Julian F. Harrington
ana onennes at Headnuartpr Ca
ribbean Command: Headauarters
Crossing To Be
Closed On Monday
The Panama railroad main line
crossing on LiehthouseRoad in
Gatun will he closed to vehicular
iramc Monday, from 7:30 a.m.
until 3 p.m., it has been announc
ed by the Engineering and Con
During that time, vehicles nor
mally using Lighthouse Road will
be required to detour over, Bob
var Highway and Locks Road,.
The crossing will be closed in
order to permit Railroad Divi Division
sion Division personnel to effect necessary
maintenance work on the road
II F W 5, a
Ribikoff. who arrived en the
last week was accompa-i cer
Zoot Suiter Dons
At Assault Trial
1 PORTSMOUTH. England. March
29 (UP) Rex Evans today prom-
isea to snuck nis zoot suit and
wear a top hat and tails to his
trial for assault next month.
Evans became miffed when a
prosecutor called him a "Teddv
Boy" British equivalent of a
zoot suiter. The 24-year-old truck
man yesterday wore a rented set
of striped trousers, tailcoat and
"The way I dress is not on
trial," he said.
His caso was adjourned until
April 14. Evans returned the eve
ning clothes and said he would
pick them up again in time to
wear for the trial.
nied here by Johann Wender
holm, chief engineer for Trans Trans-American.
American. Trans-American. The firm's vice-president said
today that this will be their first
project under the new company
which was organized in Septem
Company president Richard
Fincke is expected to arrive on
the Isthmus sometime next week.
They expect to be in produc production
tion production late In July, and will start
off with 10M lowcost homes
which include two, three and
The plant will be fully equip equipped
ped equipped with mill machinery and fin
ish machines, of the latest de
Ribikoff said today that wher
ever "economically feasible, and
available," component parts of
the houses will be purchased locally.
He said he felty confident that
tne project win De or great Den
efit to Panama.
Funeral For Young Crash Victim
Richard Gau On Tuesday Morning
Funeral services will be held
for Richard Gau, a 21 -year-old
Canal Zone Junior College stu student
dent student who died last night after
being badly burned in an alr-
nlane crash two weexs ago. ai oi.
Mary's Church in Baiooa on
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BEST BARTENDER OF 1958 Benjamin S. McKinnon (left), bartender of the NCO Club at
Fort Kobbe, poses with the winning trophy along with the other contestants after winning
the sixth annual bartenders contest sponsored by Destiladora Nacional, S.A. Along with Mc McKinnon
Kinnon McKinnon whnsB father won the "Best Bartender" title In 1958. are- (1 to r.l runner-un Egbert
-Bawttas; Emmanuel Moore, third; Col. Charles H. Jleerwester, general manager of Destila Destila-dora
dora Destila-dora Nacional, who presented the awards; Alfonso Green, fourth, and Armando Rico, firtn. here
In addition to the trophy the winner received $125 in cash, the others receiving smauer sums,
PRETTY VfSITORS Attending the National Distillers sixth annual bartenders contest last
night were Roberto Booth, Anne Porro and Connie Calvert, three pretty Miami lasses who are
to invite isthmians to the' Latin American Festival to be held next-month in Miami-
Tuesday at 8 a.m. Burial will fol
low in the Corozal Cemetery.
Gau Was burned In an airplane
crash in Santa Clara on March
9. One other Zonian, Douglas
Schmidt, also 21, who was pilot
of the Diane, also was in urea
He Is still in serious condition at
Arrangements naa Deen maae
for Gau to be flown to New Or Orleans
leans Orleans to Charity Hospital where
special treatment. Involving; th?
use or an arunciai aianey nan
He d ed shortlv before II p.m.
lust as the ambulance which was
transporting him to the plane
milled onto the flight ramp. Hi;
family and other relatives were
at the airport, xne hoay was un
mediately returned to Gorgas
Hosoital. Dr. R. K. Ellis aeeom
oanied the ambulance tp Tocu Tocu-men.
men. Tocu-men. Dr. B'. L. Willett, Gowas
Hospital surgeon was scheduled
to make the trip to New Orleans
Gau and three other young
men were In the Piper Clloper
which had just taken off from
Santa Clara when it lost power
at 300 and 400 yards from, the
land end of the Santa Clara run
way after clearing the telegraph
lines along the National wgn
way. It came down into a clump
of trees, burst into flame and
Gau suffered burns over 40 per
cent of his body. The Injured
vouths were flown to Albrook Air
Force Base in a rescue plane.
Gau was the son of Preston
Gau, of the Panama Canal
Comptroller's office. He Is also
survived by his mother, and a
Isthmu, when he joined the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Canal Commissions forces
hLyefrs next month. i dua
nere tomorrow ax mi ....
senger on the S Mauretania.
He It Will-A riH.r h
ed with the onetime Water-works.
Sewers and Roads section in the
SJVi "i01? Canal c"truc-"Pf-
He has made several
th.P ... the ,Istl!'nui ce he left
the service in November, 19CS.
In a rprpnt 1att. 4. i-: ii
here, Clader reminisced of the
'hn W,Ulce and J(n
Stevens, his successor, the rail-
n?ar.J?rf Sldint ,nd Engineers,'
of Carleton E. Davia, of the Muni-
whith k n11eri'lg. Division
which buij the water and sewage
systems and paved the streets of
Panama City and Colon."
which had been acquired
United States with niw
All Of the m,lllirsm..tr .1
- i icwii, ana in me
sytem. nd 'Tied to be ordered
out of stores in that msnner," he
Leaves For Basic
.FORT CHAFFEE, Ark (UP)
Two sideburns lighter and a pair
of size 12 combat boots heavier.
PVt. ElviS PreslpV hM nrrl-. Zl
day for shipment to Fort Honri
Tex., for his eisht weeks nf
The Army outfitted the singer
with a wrinkled ereen fatisup imi.
form yesterday, loaded him with
a duffel bag stuffed with 75
pounds of clothing, vaccinated
him against tetanus, typhoid and
Asian flu and told him he would
leave today for Texas.
The 23-year-old rock 'n' roll idol
said he would be happy to soldier
in the Lone Star State. "You
name it, I been all over Texas,
he said. "I got my start in music
Whale Oil Tanker
En Route To NY
A Jap tanker carrying a load
of whale oil was transiting the
Canal today en route to New
The Shinyo Maru arrived this
morning in Balboa. Local agent
for the 13,000 gross ton tanker
is the Royal Netherlands Steam
After stopping in New York,
sne will sail to Kotteruam
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THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE BIRTHDAY PARTY
" The 95th anniversary passed with a lull house, and then some.
The first greeting came from my old friend ptto Houseman.
Otto always seems to be first, and that may he because he is
a Goliad boy, an eventful town In Texas' move for freedom from
M'XWe' had people from everywhere. A few oldtiiners from the
Zone were present, among them the Alexanders, Pop and Mrs.
Maas and Mr. Ebdon who has a son on the Zone
They managed to get away with daughter's giant cake, and
some extras sent in by the neighbors.
Spring started in nice and warm though a little windy. Still
have visitors from Pennsy waiting for the snow to let up, and
Instead it's perking up.
Plenty of depression talk, but I can't see how we can have
one, with the market on the rise all the time. It can be licked
by spending. Our road program will take a lot, as we want to
eliminate grade-crossings and make it all under and over.
Can't understand why a boost is on for some of our jobless
to go to south America. Have heard it two nights, and reported
If the road is completed to Panama by 1960, 1 still think I can
make the trip.
The wire greetings that have been pouring in were phoned
out and will reach me by mail today, so the phone office says.
1 My opinion is the ground hog is ready to come out and we
will have no more winter for the spring,
sou banking on better sight. Eyes I eei grana tnougn utue
mge in sight.
Like to hear that thhuu are better in Panama before my
They sure stocked me with chocolate, and mint punch.
S Hast, la otra semana.
HOOT OF DERISION
Now I believe I've heard everything. This latest farcical stab
at Uncle Sam bv Panama's Foreign Office just about takes the
cake. Whining over the drab, fortnightly dances at the Tivoli Guest
House brought hoots of derision from my smau coterie 01 iriemis,
but it kinda sickens me.
Had the eriners cone all out and demanded that the tottering
old establishment go out of business altogether, same like Jh
Washington, there might at least have been some dignity about the
thing. But to bleat about those sophomoric hops, really!
It's a wonder to me they didn't lash out also at the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Officers' Open Mess, where they have dances every Saturday
nieht.. Rut there's nrnbablv a reason for that.
Judging from the number of cars with licenses bravely pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming 'oderpo dipiomstico" I have seen driving up to the club
entrAnr nfc hinffn nieht the Panama Bitf shots doubtless Prefer
th Thebujie1" llouftShleU being cireuQed ffthf Republic
begging all and .sundry to attend xne nvou waitzes ioois noooay.
The only advertising, if you could call it that, comes in the weekly
commissary bulletin which ts issued to uanai zone doz noiaers.
Just how silly can you get?
i I Have mst read the letter signed by "One Percenter"
Unit March n and must write these lines: w
! Hms nrxrtlr of velline "Communism" everv time someone does
not agree with U.S. interests or policies is becoming ridiculous. The
..... . mm 51 1.1 A. XI TT-li.J
facte are mat tne 1938 Treaty specincaiiy provraes mat me uniwu
stt "will not nermit the establishment in the Canal Zone of pri
vate business enterprises other than those existing therein at the
time of the signature of this Treaty.
There can be no doubt that the Credit Union is a private buai
ne8 enterprise and that it was established in the Canal Zone sub
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I Is the Panama Foreign Office communist for doing its duty in
requesting mat treaty omigawons dc compura wiwir
By VICTOR RIIS1L
CINCINNATI- For a week now,
I've had a cool document in my
hot little fist and have shoved it
at labor leaders who've talked a a-bout
bout a-bout how dreadful the rackets are
and how something should be done
about democracy in some unions.
This document is a five page "Lab "Labor
or "Labor Union Bill of Rights" proposed
by the American Civil Liberties
This is no organization to which
labor can have an allergy. For S&
years ever since Frank (I Am
ine liw) Hague banned union
meetings m Jersey City, the CLU
has been battling for the union.
Now the ACLU is releasing Dro-
posals for democracy inside u-
mons, because "public attention
which has recently been given to
labor union administration provides
an opportunity to propose the fol
lowing 'Labor Union B i 1 1 of
There fellows a six-point pro program
gram program which, far me. pivots most
ly upon the final point urging
that every union set up a sort of
public, independent Supreme
Court of which the members can
turn if they are deprived of their
rights or believe so by the
leaders of their unions, v
The Civil Liberties Union propos
al says: "A Final Review Board
Such review shall be conducted by
an impartial person or persons (1)
selected by the membership of the
union, on a regular or term basis
in advance of the filing of charges,
or (2) agreed to by the labor or
ganization and the accused or (3)
been selected or agreed to, design
ated, upon request therefor, by an
impartial assciation or group
u no such person or persons have
Assn., state mediation bodies, or
such as the American Arbitration
Th document was dispatched to
George Meany and all the AFL-
CIO's international union presidents
it was publicized ...not to embar
rass the labor movement but to
stimulate constructive public think
ing on this issue."
The eaction to proposals of this
type from such groups as the CLU
can be summed up in what Al
Hayes, head of the Machinists U
nion and chairman of the AFL-
CIO Ethical practices Committee,
said out at the University of uau
fornia last week:
'We do feel ... that the McClel
lan hearing: have created an ir
rational climate which does not
make for objective comment or
consideration. Seme of the propos
Is that are being made bv in
tellectuals, as mu as manage
AUcnv LC m una uui.
We expect certain groups to
advocate laws which will alter the
nature of the trade union move
ment. And we know that they will
seize upon isolated instances of
personal corruption as reason e
nough to fasten the statutory open
shop and stringent government re
gulation on unions.
Of course it is criminal for Americans and Panamanians to
together for friendly dances at the Tivoli. Foreign Minister Aqi
Jim) miin onnther rmnnrtnnit.vt.ft needle the Brini
Don't tell ire he has not seen the advertisements in the local pa papers
pers papers for ticiiets to the Teeno Ball. , ... TT ;
It may be that he thinks his complaints about the Credit Union
and the Tiveh dances add up to enough irritation tm tne aquai ray
bill is passed, and the $20,000,000 bridge ; is built over the Canal.
Or even till he gets some action in that play for 50 per cent of the
raa ruintfi ft t.ha Tanal
, My mother told me that if I was trying, to get a stick of catty
from some fellow I should always wait tin I get the candy
kicking him in the seat of the pants. ..,
casting "ovei-i local
i oi emenainmem.
: disease, into the Re
n of salt, in that it is
le delivered with the
The so-called "Monarchs of the Air"
station in Panama, struck a new low in thi
Their statements that the Gringos brougl
public of Panama should be taken with a gr
the oaitv line of the hammer and the sic
thought of fomenting ill-will among the democratic people of the
world, Tnoe who were tuned in on the broadcast were mostly peo people
ple people of Panama, since the language spoken was Spanish,
, Let us face the facts, as those against what the "Monarchs"
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rawn. uorgas cieanea up ine maiana anu yeuow iever scourge,
mosquitoes were eradicated. The Republic enjoyed a healthful cli
mate until sanitation was undertaken by the ''Salud Publico" Which
at present has the mosquitoes in the heart of the city. I quote va
tioua articles in the nress of Panama.
Disease wis not brought into Panama by the Gringos but was
here before they started to dig the Canal. The "Monarchs" should
ascertain the facts in the case before they start to make malicious
statements which are false. They should turn their benefits towards
mm eradication of the present situation.
Again, in another vein, the Republic of Panama and the Canal
Cone have always enjoyed cordial relations in all their endeavors.
People have crossed boundaries in both directions without question.
The statements that the Gringos have a placard placed upon their
person prior to entering Panama are preposterous. This has never
been done and I believe will not happen.
In conclusion, let me again put the facts before the "Monarchs."
Zonians do not have to have their cars inspected in Panama prior
to journeying into the Interior. If the "Monarchs" can read, there
have been publicized announcements that the Guardia Nacional will
honor Canal Zone inspection stickers on cars travelling into the In Interior
terior Interior for the Lenten season.
A Gringo Who Snows Spanish
WASHINGTON One of the
most interesting members of la
Federal Communications Commis Commission
sion Commission is Robert E. Lee, a Repubu
can and no relation to the famed
Civil War general, a Democrat.
He was appointed to this key
post on one of the most vitsl com commissions
missions commissions in government as a
reward for bis help to Sen. Joe
McCarthy in two pieces of back backstage
stage backstage business which all good Re Republicans
publicans Republicans would now like to forget.
Lee's record shows that he has
continued to operate backstage m
TV licenses, was in the thick of
His job, according to sworn Sen Senate
ate Senate testimony, was to pick up
checks in Baltimore, deposit them
in his wife's account in the NaU -al
Capital (Bank in Washington,
and then pay for addressing 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 posts cards.
As s result, a large part of Ma Maryland
ryland Maryland woke up two days beforg
election with what they thought
was a personal handwritten' card
from the Republican candidal.
reading: "I snail be deeply grat-
wiuo junn marsnau ouuer.
are available regarding much of. Among the checks deposited to
his background. Lee's wife's account wen those
Commissioner Lee has gone 0f Alvin Bentley, now Congress-,
down the Une for National ..Air- m frnm Michigan, grandson ol
lines whose New York counsel, 'a founder of General MotorT for
ior S50OO: and from Douff ai R. Mir,
shall, son-in-law of Texas oil mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire H. R. Cullen, for $500.
It is clcarlv affatnst Marvlanrl
after iaw to handle funds in the name
Roy Conn, was also counsel
the McCarthy committee.
Lee reversed himslf on a TV
station in Fresno, Calif
Walter Winchell In New York
Murray Chotiner, campaign man
ager for vice President Nixon, got
into the picture.
He reversed himself on Channel
12 in Jacksonville, Fla., after the
delightful and distinguished Mon Mon-signor
signor Mon-signor Maurice Sheehy intervened
in the case. Lee is of the same
faith as the Monsignor.
And Lee voted for Thomas Tin Tin-sley
sley Tin-sley of Baltimore for a TV li license
cense license in Petersburg, Va., after
being entertained by Trnsley at
the very time the Petersburg case
was under consideration.
SECRET CODE TO MCCARTHY
This is part of the recent rec record.
ord. record. The early Lee record goes
back to 1950 when Joe McCarthy
"But when Intellectuals h h-come
come h-come so confused that they, too,
want the labor movement put
under government supervision,
we knew tor sure what we
have long suspected that tt
books and a Ph. D. in industrial
relations do net lead to under understanding
standing understanding of the labor movement
-thafaPhiB- K ppa key is
not the key te solutions of prac practical
tical practical problems in day-to-day u u-nion
nion u-nion administration,
"I suppose, though, that what
many of us in the labor movement
really resent most is the implica
tion contained in so many ar
tides in academic journals that
union members and officers are
no longer capable of running their
unions, he inference is that work
ers need intellectuals and govern
ment officials to tell them how to
run their unions. Well, I don t be
Thus tlte criticism from left of
center is rejected .by the honor
able men of labor as swiftly as
the criticism of the right.
Al Hayes knows well his labor
ADI EULOGY TO A FRIEND
In a way, Mike Todd's life was
the greatest show he produced.. It
was spectacular and exciting
full of love and laughter failure
and success. And the finish was
a great dramatic tragedy... Mike
had a quality of excitment and
joy that communicated itself to
everything he touched. It was the
richest resource of his flaming spi
rit... He had excessive energy and
overpowering imagination... And
the practical ability to utilize such
gifts ;to the fullest... Life, to Mike,
was a balloon in the park a fes festive
tive festive and colorful toy... Todd has
been described as flamboyant, fa
bulous and fantastic. He was all
those things, of course... He ran
a floating t crap game in school
when he was 13 -years old. lie
made a, million when
and lost it, when he was 18, He
amassed and squandered fortunes
with ease. He lived on a trapeze
swinging from the depths to the
heights and he always thrilled the
Mike Todd was a shwoman
and showmanship eventually be became
came became synonymous with Mike
In common with all outstanding
showmen, Mike's happy ability to
create an lnaescriDauie aiir pro provoked
voked provoked excited responses and a a-wakened
wakened a-wakened a sense of wonder... He
never was fearful about bettting
on His abilities or in games of
chance. Mike was known to wager
as much as $25,000 on the turn of
a card... Damon Runyon, an au'
thority on the subject, once hailed
Todd as "the greatest natural gam
bler I've ever known." Indicative
of Todd's passion for gambling was
this classic risk-a-buck tale. He
once took over the management
of a race track in California. Be
tween managing the track, he bet
on the horses as much as $10,
000 per race. Within a few rwnths
Mike lost over a million $. After
declaring bankruptcy, he quipped:
"I m the only guy who ever lost
a track on a horse.
He made his biggest bets, how
ever, on mmseu. Ana witn nis
of a political candidate unless you
register for such purpose.
When the scandals of the Mary Maryland
land Maryland campaign were thoroughly' in investigated
vestigated investigated by the Senate, howev however,
er, however, one man, Jon Jonkell, was
made the goat. He pleaded guilty
to violating the election laws.
Others who, according to Senate
Testimony likewise appeared guil guilty,
ty, guilty, escaped action.
R. E. Lee not only escaped ac action
tion action but was rewarded by ap appointment
pointment appointment to one of the most im important
portant important commissions in govern government.
ment. government. When he came up for confirma confirmation,
tion, confirmation, the Senate had before it the
record of its own. Maryland in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. But aside .from a
handful nf snnatnri lnd hv Mnn
had made the amazing charge, roney ,f oklahonTa and Hennings
that there were "205 card-carrying, 0f Missouri, no one opposed him
top wager, "Around the World in j his fortune consisted of 50 cents..
Eighty Days," he won a goldmine, 1 During the intermission Lee Shu Shu-plus
plus Shu-plus something more precious than bert told him: "I'll pay your en en-gold
gold en-gold the love of a beautiful wo-, tire production cost for half the
man... Todd once explained his
secret: "A showman is someone
who gives the audience what it
wants. The audience is the uncons
show"... Todd calmlv responded:
"Tell you what I'll do. Heads I
keep it; tails you're in"... He flip flipped
ped flipped the half-dollar. It came ud
cious genius. It doesn't always' heads. Todd tossed the coin into
want what the big brains say it the gutter and borrowed one dollar
should, and it doesn't always want
today what it wanted yesterday
and is going to want tomorrow.
from Shubert for cabfare. Happi Happily,
ly, Happily, the show was a bonanza. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, as the papers have disclosed,
Communists" in the State Depart
ment "known to the Secreary of
State." and then found he couldn t
The big networks, anxious to
have a friend on the FCC, actual actually
ly actually lobbied for his confirmation.
Earl Gammons, vice president of
Lee came to bis rescue at that rns hnttnnhnioH mnnr ntv,r
time by giving McCarthy the list j Sen. George Smathers of Florida
of 81 security-risk cases on file
with the House Appropriations
Committee of which he was minor minority
ity minority (Republican) clerk. The names
were under lock and key and
were referred to by case num numbers,
bers, numbers, so that Congressmen knew
the numbers but not the names
attached to the numbers. Lee sup-
a key member of the Senate In
terstate Commerce Committee
which had to pass on Lee. Smath Smathers
ers Smathers voted for him.
Rut if knows what it wants when1 oi,. oh tk. mii pl,?a MW wim tne
it wants it. The secret of show-Todd is a dramatic record oficode ,,nd 018 Mmes-
manship is timing."
Much of Todd's genius as a
showman was motivated by his
wonderful contempt for money.
To Mike it was simply a handy
tool a mere instrument in the
scope of his dreams... When a
reporter inquired how many for fortunes
tunes fortunes he had wen and lost, Mike
ceunttitd: ''Who's counting?"..
In a serious moment he explain explained:
ed: explained: "When yew start thinking
with yeur pocketboek, yeu'ra al-,
ways wndering what you can't
do, instead of what you can do.
Once you're doing that you're
never going to get off your
He was a bubbling optimist, who
approached everything witn a fear
less, jaunty attitude. .Several
weeks ago in the Polo Lounge
the Beverly Hills Hotel, we were
clowning with Mike and ArtCopn.
his Boswell. We asked Mike: 'Why
are you stretching your luck? You
countless twists and turns. 1
yarn would defy the efforts of a
novelist since the fantastic ele elements
ments elements are almost beyond the
realm of logic. And there was
always that fabulous touch. For
Mike Todd was a man who lived
What are happy visions -to mostJ
people became a. realjiy to Todd
and he gloried in the fulfillment.
Personally he was a firecracker
exploding in all direction's. Being
tranquil seemed alien to his cha character.
racter. character. His intimates knew him
as a companionable man full of
fine simplicities who never allow allowed
ed allowed his visions to becloud .the es
sential human image. He could
be as hard as granite but he had
a heart of butter. His business as
sociates knew him as a shrewd,
hold onertor and a de luxe sales
man. He rediated new ideas snd
nrniects like a torch. He had
sharp wit at one time he earned
writer, his con-
day and night ...Tie replied. ML ,mmnn ,th Broadwav-
ites he expressed the philosophy
Jessel and Mrs. Roosevelt can
it, why can't Mike Todd?"..Todd
and even heartbreak with the
nad tne ngnung quality oi a earn; r fi d in the (om
pion, tne nerve ot a jet puot ana -;k. t this field Todd
the imaginative bloodness oi Jule-:
Verne... His show, "as the Girls
Go," was panned in the tryouts
towns, instead ot surrenuering
was a sharpshooter.
The glorious show that was Mike
Todd's life ended when he was at
.... 'iA- iOUU S 1UB C11UCU Wild I1U TTWO
Mike poured t another $M,Q00 Into' -hinai.tj. Jiij had become Mi Mi-t
t Mi-t for a single brief episode: 20 P nd Caesar He
lovely dolls-dunking in a bubble emnire and m.rried Cleo-
bath. This $36,000 reaped oyer a i H. s .
After his appointment was con confirmed,
firmed, confirmed, Lee d:l not disappoint
those v.'ao .helped him.
He voted to give more stations
secret to the big networks; voted a-
gainst the small UHF stations on
"de-intermixture"; voted for Col Colonel
onel Colonel Hobby, husband of the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Health, Education and
Welfare, on a shocking TV award
Senator Dirksen's law firm in
Peoria, 111., 'vm member of
the firm, Charles Caley, had ap approached
proached approached him.
Such is part of the record of
There ensued one of the dirti
est election campaigns m recent i in (Beaumont, Texas; voted
history, during which a Baltimore
printer who balked at printing
McCarthy literature was shanghai shanghaied,
ed, shanghaied, during which McCarthy collect collected
ed collected thousands t at dollars from
Texas, Illinois and Michigan, and, trie FCC commissioner who? ir
during which he circulated a fak- qnently sits in New York's Stork
ed photo of Tydings in friendly
pose with Communist leader Earl
Club enjoying the company of Pv
Cohn, New York attorney for Na
tional Airlines, and who vyo. 'o
Lee, who now sits on the FCC have National get Channel 10 in
in alleged impartial judgment on Miami.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
million dollars worth of publtiity
and helped make the show a hit.
When Todd s produition of ine
in cellophane. He had all the gold
and glbry any man would hope
for. Life was a jig... Then came
Labor men I've spoken to in this
state all take th. same refrain.
They do not want any outside force
government or public to as
sume anv management preroga
fives inside their unions. This will
be the position of the national lab
or chiefs when they finally testify
before the Senate subcommitte on
i The committee is headed by
Sen. John Kennedy, certainly a
friend of the honest labor leaders
with whom he has constantly ex exchanged
changed exchanged views. Hearings will open
next week on the President's pro proposals,
posals, proposals, Sen. William Knowland's
bill and a number of others aimed
at fighting rackets including John
Labor's position win ne no in interference
terference interference from any outside force.
We'll clean up.
With Devil Blows
Up Ala. Church
BREWTON, Ala. (UP) Mem
bers of a rural congregation be
lieved today "a man possessed of
the dtvil" blew up their church.
The Free Will Baptist Church
in a nearby community was found
in ruins yesterday. It was the
third building the congregation
has lost in recent .years.
'"There's a man possessed of
the devil' that don't want to wor worship
ship worship the Lord and dont want no
one else to, said tne Kev. E. M.
Crutchfield. "And he blowed down
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"METAPAN" March 31
"PARISMINA" April 7
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FRA BERLANGA April 21
tfwtof. .. "t'Al 8
Weekly sailings ot twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return MM
To Los Angeles and Sao Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles Sz70.0o
To Seattle and Return $365.00
Hot Mikado' opened on Broadway,; d VVcrash,
and the shocking headlines. Des Despite
pite Despite the dreadful finale we doubt
that Mike Todd would have ex exchanged
changed exchanged his life with any one. No
one ever got more out of life. And
no one put more into it. He lived
every Wonderful minute. In the
final analysis he was a magician
who could transform his dreams
mtn dreams for Others. He auick-
,ened the pulse of the public and
he survives in she subtle ana
mysterious, power that goes with
the realm of entertainment..
Mike, who loved te see his
name in the papers, must new
be fondly reading all the adieu adieu-logitt
logitt adieu-logitt in thi press. They'll be
talking and writing about him
for years to come. The farewell
of regret doesn't end with such
vibrant personalities. They be become
come become an integral part of the law
of Sreadway and Hollywood.
What they did and said ham fre frequent
quent frequent echoes... In Mike Todd's
case, his enduring contribution
refleei WIH xdtonwt.
Per several decades he devo'ud
himself te making people a lit little
tle little happier. No man can de
1,6 Capital of
II Having masts
33 Got up
4( College cheer
1 City In
6 Utmost extent
9 Top of head
25 Ruffed lemur
26 Persian prince 43 Genus of
27 Regulation scorpions
44 Health resorts
47 Solar disk
51 Compass point
53 Negative wore
54 Courtesy title
iiTTTTn P rrr
5 5 t ;
And now Mike Todd is engaged
in another production. He is light light-narariiaa
narariiaa light-narariiaa with neon lights
and givng the angels something
to sing about, Undoubtedly, hea heaven
ven heaven will be worth seeing-slnce
Mike Todd is producing a show
REGGIO CALABRIA, Italy,
March 29 fUP) Scientists at
the Seismographic Observatory
here ajaid today they had traced
a series of "earthquakes" to fish-
Tropical Lawns And Gardens
A home in the tropics is incomplete without a setting
of colorful flowers, gracious trees and spacious lawns
The residential districts of Panama and Colon reflect an
increasing desire by home-owners for the beauty and
satisfaction of attractive lawns and gardens.
It Isn't easy! The long dry-season, starved soil and
the plague of insects in the tropies often discourage the
amateur gardener. Patience and "know-how" are reauired
to combat the leaf -cuttinr ant, the chlnch-but which at attacks
tacks attacks lawn grasses, and the suroesslon of roaches, rater rater-pillars
pillars rater-pillars and ants which infest the unprotected garden.
Modern science has provided new weapons. Fumiga Fumigation
tion Fumigation of the soil under plastic tarpaulins destroys micro microscopic
scopic microscopic organisms which feed on plant roots, systematic
inspection and spraying protect valuable trees from insect
damage, and Mould fertilisers bring new life to unhappy
gardens. Best of all, tie cost Is moderate.
"PRONTO" Service, the pest-control branch of the
Agricultural Development Corporation, will help you devel develop
op develop a tronlcal garden of which you can be proud. Please
call Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777 for advice and assistance.
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7 JO p.m.
27 Aaoon Boulevard
Oraw.t "B" BaiboaHaiairt
Pbona Balboa 1717
WlUlaa a Beeby. Factor
eir School 9:30 ,Jtt-
Si- wht 10:45 a.m
V .... T.,tam. (Tninn 3U P.m.
T.vaneellstlc Service ........ Pn-
weaneeuej. i .w
Bible Study Tbura-
irgarita Avenue at 5th Street
... wrf.n r Parker. Paatet
Baptist gaining Onion, g: pjj.
WM.U. lit & 3rd Trldaya
rridars : BJB
VAN AM A CITV
Captain Mrs. H. Grant
U rabrwiry Street. Phone: 28-20054
11:00 liollneas Meeting.
3;o Sunday School.
7:80 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA ,.
11:00 llylinaes Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Envoy Mrs. C L. Moseley
I 8:00 Suiiday School.
11:00 Holmes Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
) 7:30 Solvation Meeting.
Senior i'aatt.. and Mrs, C. Mi
Mth Street Phone: 38-743.
COLON THIBb STREET
7:30 Salvation. Meeting,
The Rev. Oscar W. Oban, Faster
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 2-3238
' 1:30 am Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all asea.
10:30 a jn. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nurserv. Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
ume nursery for cnuoren under 3 yrs.
6:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
ran rugn aeuowsmp.
7:00 pm. Senior High Fellowship.
1 30 pm. Evening Service.
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
Service of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5;45.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office, 3-2842. Res. 3-1498
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
, Classes: nursery tnrougn aauiu
11-00 em. Mominff Worshin.
' Nun en for infants and small chil-
' 5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
C:1S nm Youth -Fellowshio.
A complete schedule of auxiliary ac
tivities and official .meetings as an
' nounced from week to week.
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, Faster
1 Of' : 6-470 Res 6-130
I 9:30 a.m Sunday School
. 1:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meeting? and week-day -ctl
vities as announced
SuwUT 4 J DJ
Monday to monini ,.
Churchai of rke many fairht as tha
news dock ia writina by Wednesday
e Panama and Colon, Republic af Panama, aaiiad a wgfcaiwa a all
times In aaan and women of raw armed aorvkea, and In civilian aeagav aeagav-nors,
nors, aeagav-nors, friends and afcracari,
Ac a public service, Tha Panama Anaaricaa lists Maw, by daaaaal
naHanc, notices of bones of warship and nHier raj alar act ivrtftcs.
Licriagc are rotated froea time te time. Denominations having enfy
one at two caaaraaartons are listed under "Other Churches Services."
A special lictiag ic wefajdnd for services at Army peers. Air Force basee
and Naval stations.
Mierierare, church secretaries and cftapUlai an asked ta inform tha
for tha coming Saturday's church page.
C. MAr CHUECH-B.1D8.
mm: 1:0ft :oo. iu:uu ana
Hoi D Huh: 5:54. 8:oa u J
and 5:00 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday. a 38 to t
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, btfen
lint Iriday: 7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Uiraculoua Uadal Novana: 1 Ma
Catechism deav aftar tha 1:00 aaaaa
tug acnoa anny uub -w pa w
SACRED HEART Aneon
Sunday Masses: 5:55, 740 at 9 JO am
Holy Day mamas: 145 am. and 140
Confeaclona: Saturday 1:30 to 50 and
:15 to 8:00 om Tbureday before First
Friday 740 pm
Sacred Heari Devotional 740 pm an
Catechism Clam: 1:1 to 441 pm on
OUR LADY OF F ATIMA Cnmnda
Sunday Mass at 140 am
Holy Day Maaa at 140 pm
Confessions: 641 to 6:45 pm op Sat
Catechism Class i Saturday 140 to 10
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:15 i
Holy Day Maaa at :oo pm
Weekday Masses: .. :00 am
Confaaafons: Saturday 3:30 to 4:80 and
6:30 to 7:30.
catecniaro Class: sunaay coo to :uu
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1M nm
Convert Instructional Thursday 7 aw
ST. VINCENT'S ranaaat City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 am
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
It it falls on Saturday tha Maasas are
6:00 and 8:30 ami
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm Thursdays before First
iTtaay cat) p.m.
Miraculous Meoai novena ana oia
Uons of tha Crocs: Friday 740 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 1:30 maaa an
Convert Class; 6:30 pm Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S CeeoB
Sunday. Mass: 8:30 am
Holy Day Macs: "6:00 am (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
ft.rim n S CO to C:M nm. en
Monday. ... .
Confessions: :oo to 8:su a.m. ounaay
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA BALLS
Sunday Masses: 640 and 840 am
Week Dave Mam: 646 Man.. Thurs
nrt bt rlrtt IVIrinv maaa! :00 a.m.
If Holy Bag. Masaea: 640 am to 6i00
Confeaalons: 1:10 to 4:80 and 740 to
8:00 pm on Saturday.
Miraculous aieeai novecmi rnoey tam
lamcmam viaaa; aiw pa to munwmj
Btl. rBKKESEB La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 740 pm
Sunday Macs: 740 am
Holy Day MaaerS40 nmv
Confeaalons: Saturday 640 to 7:30 p.m
Thnrasrisv hefnr First Frldav 640 P.m..
catecnism uiaac: a:ia pm on aumwy.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm on
convert uass: oav pm on iouraa;
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:45, 8 :00 and 9 :15 a.m
Holy Day Masses: S45 and 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 nm
confessions: aaturoay e:w to a:tw anu
740 to 8:00 p.m. i.
Miraculous Medal novena: weaneeaay
6:15 and 740 pm
Sacred Heart novena: anoay ia pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pm
Convert Clam: 7:15 pm on Mondays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
11:45 a.m. 3:uu pm. to e:w pm
First FrldCV EZDOCitlon of Most B
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at S
ajn. Saturday mornlnR.
First Saturday Devotions to our uaoy
Of Fatlma xne Holy Kosary :u a.m
First Communion instructions lor chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 64 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CristAbal
Sunday Masses: 7 40. 840 and 1040 am
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 am and
Confessions'. Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
740 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve
Miraculous Medal Novena I 1:1 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Aftar 140 Mam on
First Friday Exoositlon all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mam at 140 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH in Margarita
ounaay masses: cau, a:3t), u:u a n,
First Saturday Mam: 6:00 am.
Weekday Masses: 8:00 am
sauirday .. 7:00 pm. to 8:00 pm.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 am 5:15 pm.
Confession . 3:48 pm to 4:45 p.m.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 pm
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 40 pm
1st Friday Devotions
let Saturday Devotions
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Marsess: 640 a m and S 40
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 am and 6:00
Confessions; 4:00 to 5:00 and 7U0 to
e:uu p.m Saturday.
v.aiccni9m ctass: iu:o a.m. on Sunday
Convert Classevery Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novana: 740 p.m
Sacred Heart Novana t 740 pm an
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatdn
Sunday. Maasi 8:W a.m
Holy Day Mass: 540 om.
Confessions: 8:30 to 7:00 pm. on Bat.
Catechism Close- 440 on en Mondav
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mamas: 7:00 and t:.tn
Holy Day Masses: (40 am. and 440
Confessions Saturday at 7:00 nm ani
aiicr au evening aevouons.
Baptisms Dy appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena! 7-nn nn,
Sacred Heart Novena 1 0O n ti
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class fnr rnti
dren; 4:00 p.m on Thursday
' Rullgliiu llBiuuiaagieeaee)BHr'Vfan'
uucieu w apamsni: coo pm en Men
on vert Instructions by appointment
Canal Zona, cad the terminal i
noon at the litest at any
The Rt Rev.
Tha Very Rev.
THE CATItHDRAL OP ST. LUKE
740 am Holy Conamrmlott.
9:15 am Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday)
9:30 am Santa Communion, 3rd Sun-
dEscue!a Dominical 9:15 a.m.
1140 am Morning Prayer and ser
mon. Holy. Communion ist sun day.
740 pm Evening Service.
840 a.m. Holy Communion
740 pro Evening Prayer.
6:00 a jo Holy Communion
640 am Holy Communion
8:1 a.m. Mernina Prayer
17:00 Mb-da Mtwrtonary Prayers.
Church at St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest ia Charge
Holy Communion 740 am
Family Prayer and
Church School 4 am..
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Moraine Prayer A Sermon 114 a.m.
Holy Communion 9:00 am
Chapel af Tha Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest m Charge
B-.00 am Morning Prayer.
(H.C. Brat Friday each Men
St Simon's Chaich
The Rev. John Spear, Priest la Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser
mon ...................... 7:00 am.
Church School 8:00 p.af
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and sermon 7 :oo pjn
Morning. Prayer and Holy
Evening Prayer ....,,....
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
T 40 pm
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
1:00 a m
8:30' a m
Office of Compline
Tha Rev. John Spear. Print In Charge
Morning prayer ana vnurcn
School 9:00 am
Confirmation Clam 140 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 am.
Holv Baptism .. ...... 12:00
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 740 pm.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:oo a.m
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
en. L. B. Shirley, Priest ia Charge
1:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
8:30 am Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
840 a.m. Choral Eucharist Sermon
9:30 am Infant Baptism.
3.00 ltd Church School
(heid fat BuUdinfa 131)
540 pm Youth Fellowship
7:00 m Evensone and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
740 Din. Woman's Auxiliary and Al
tar Ouild Meeting
St Panl'a Church
The Von Lemuel B. Shirley. Rector
The Rev Fits at. AtweR. Deacon
640 am Holy Communion
9'00 a.at Sung Eucharist' A Sermon
(0:45 a oi Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 oort Holy
7 00 cm Solemn
8:30 a m Holy Communion
7 40 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
6:00 ia Holy Communion
740 pm Evening Prayec
, (THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
' 8:30 i m Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS I
8 '00 a.tn. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
. (Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
xoe nev. Henry
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
840 a,m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Euehariet and Sermon
1040 am Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser-
MONDAY. TUESDAY aV THURSDAY
640 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 am Morning Prayer.
5:00 pm Evening Prayer.
640 am Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m, Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
5:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
8:00 a.m, Holy Commnnlrai
7:00 .Lin. Morning Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
7 '30 p m. Compline and Meditation
St Cnrletopher i Chert
Mth Street Parque Lefevre
The Bev Clarence W Hayes.
Priest to Charge
The Bev. Clarence A. Cragweft.
Eucharist and Brawn.
Prayar and Church
740 om 1st end 3rd. Woman's Auad
64 nm Junior Daughters of the
7:30 nm Youth raUowahm.
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
740 pm Evening Prayar and Religious
6.00 pm Girls Friendly Society.
8:00 nm 1st -and SrdL Slnsletnna.
1:80 am Junior Confirmation Clean.
CHURCH OP THE NAZAREM
pan! tt Ancon, CJS.
V wen. raster
C.Z. TCI 2-202
Service ... 10:4 am.
rvice 6:45 om
Evangeiisnc service i-jo pm
Prayer Service. Wad. ... 740 p.m
CHURCH OF THE MAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hyseng
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School 1 45 a m
Morning Worship .. 11:00 am.
Evening Service 7:10 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
RP.. Sard Street tact
atev B. N. Brown. Mlmstet
Divine Worship 4 am.
Sunday senooi i:co
......... .T, 74
Rio Abajo. BP.
Meotings Thursdays at 7:30 pm and
Sunday at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
80S Balboa Road. Balboa,
CHOBCB OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 am.
Sunday School; Sunday 1040 am
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 pm.
Relief Society; Tuesday 94 am
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 440 pm
Telephone Balboa 427.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday senooi; sunaay :au a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leidlg, Minister
Phone Ret. 83-711 Of. 83-510
Sunday School 9:30 am.
(A dam for every ago)
Morning Worship 1140 am.
Youth Fellowahlp 640 pm.
Eevehlng Worship 740pm.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pm.
A ,church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
T. jamas, D. D
Fellowship Worship ....
440 a m.
54 lint Street
Urbaniiaclon Ei Carmen. Pattern City,
lntormai Talks and Discuss! one
Thursdays .........1:00 pm
Colon. 8th Front Streets
(apslalrs Amerteejt Basaarj
tudy Claesae Thuredaya, 740 tun.
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St, Pacalao, CZ.
Rav Waldaba tt Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pm Gospel Service.
Monday: 740 Young People j Society
Wednesday: 740 Mid-week Chriatian
Thursday: 8:00 Choh Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OF DOS
Mrs. Maade Hines, Factor
Sunday School 1040 am
Morning Worship 1140 am
Night Service 740 pm.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad ftav
Rainbow City. Canal Bane
Rev. Win. Livingston. Facial
THE CHURCH Off GOD
7W8 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Grandison, Pactec
Sunday School 140 am.
Morning Worchip 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 140 pm
........... 9:00 am
...... i;ev pan.
THE CHURCH OF GOD RIe Abaje
Monte Oscuro Rd.-16th St
Rev. Wat. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 740 P
CHURCH Off GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 253. Gam boa
Churchea at Paraiso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whytel. Colon. BP.
(Bev. Fernando Lorencel, Rio Abajo
I Rev. end Mrs. unaries Haynes). an
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves
Sunday and weekdays services at a
Diablo Heights, C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
Rav. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 30. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Senooi 1040 am
Worship Service 1140 am
Youth Service 740 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 om.
Wednesday: Bible study
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
Balboa Head at
Bev. Robert F.
P.O Bos 666. Baihiu
Sunday School. Bible class 940 am
ijivine oervice io:io a.m.
, Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
Former chapel of Out Saviour's Epis
copal enapei jra si. ana ateiendea Ave.
Mr. Eugene H. Denner, Vicar
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
TLl Td. v.
rumoavc. watinmwcya ana xnuieeiaye
Sacrament cat Unction (HeaUng Ser Service)
vice) Service) First Sunday of each month at
1 1 I
Jowtsn Welfare Monro Bid TsJ-X La
Buca Boau Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Scrvk Friday. 7 49 an Sa turns.
i See earn ustlngs at. Jewish earvtoaa
under Posts Basee and Stations).
Congreganoa Kol Sheerlth laraeL Ave Ave-nlda
nlda Ave-nlda CTibs and Mth Street Bella Vista
rename viey servicea ami pm
CaUUSTiA C1ENCA CatUBUUOt
rat unurcn ac wan, scion
JuDdaJ 11 m. Weejneadav 4 om
Sunday School 140 am
trst cnurca at cnnst. aueopal, cm
13th Street dt Bolivat Hutba
Aundaa Scnaoi aan am
11:00 am Wednesday l:oo p.m.
Posts and Bases
Stmday School ...
Church-time Nursery School...
Morning Worship 104
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth FeUowahip-Sunday .... 6:00
Sunday School CO
Morning Worship 1040
Evening Worship 740
Worship Service. Madden Wya 74
Worship Service, Rio Hate .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 640
Soldier's FeUowship-Thurs. .. 740
Officer's Christian Onion Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOR. Afk FORCE RARE
Sunday School 40
Art. ilt Bible Cues iNCO Clubl.. 9:30
Morning Worchip ...... 9:30 m 104
na n avar. TATtrtN. niMlmi
Sunday School 3:10
Morning Worship 1140
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Mernina Worship 140
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit... COO
.. 740 m
Daily Mam 6:15
Saturday Maaaea 9:00
Sunday Maaaea 14 cs 1145
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Confessions-Saturday.. 6:00 m 740
ALBROOK AIR TORCH BASS
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Redman
Sunday Mam .,
ALBROOK AIR rORCI BASI
Sunday School Bid. MS ....
Praver Fellowship-Bide. 363-
KTBB Wedneeday Poet Chapel 6:30
Choir Practice -Wednesday
Post ChapftL iitiiifiHf.wiMt TaM
Youth fellowship, Sunday
ihln Studv. Wednesday ...... 1M
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sato
Sunday school a:an
Morning Worship 11:00
Uolv communion rust ounaay
Daily Mam 7:00
Sunday Mam :30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Dally Mam 7:00
Saturday Mam 7:00
Sunday Maaaea 7:45 t 10:15
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. 0800 Solo
Daily Ma 4:00
Saturday Mam 8:30
Sunday Mam :00
Sunday Mam ........v........ 140
Tuesday vo I'M
Greek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunclation,
Via Beliaario Porras, Sao Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P.. and at
the Church of St Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez. Colon. RJ.. on alternate Sun
days at 9:30. For further information,
can the omee ox the Army I Chaplain,
Weekly Services in all church
Sabbath School tM a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Moating 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p m.
Pacific Side, Pananut
Pastor W. rl. Waller- Tel 28-3-3508
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F da la Ossa
No. 17 Chorrillo 25th No. 27 Pue
blo Nuevo 2-A St between 3rd and 4th
sts. Rio Abajo nth No. 27 Gamboa
Pastor G. D. Williams-Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Pa nam
pastor noroerto quiroz
Panama. Calle Darlen No. 3
Pedregal & Nuevo Guarare.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries-Tel. 38 826L
Enelish-lGth & Bo War Ave
Spantsh-ISth ft. Bolivar Ave.
0844 Gavllan Road-Tel. 2-185 I 3 331
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
Holy Week services tt Redeemer
Lutheran Church in Balboa wi.l
be initiated on Palm Sunday with
the confirmation of a class
children by the Rev. Robert F.
Gussick, pastor, during the regu regular
lar regular morning service at 10:15. The
theme of bpe sermon will be
"Conformed on Confirmed?"
Ob Maundy Thursday evening a
special service will be held at
7:SB with th celebration of Holy
Communion. On Good Friday the
traditional service will begin at
A ipecial Good Friday ervice
wiith Holy Communion will be el el-ebrated
ebrated el-ebrated on the Atlantic Side at
Our Saviour's Episcopal Chapel
Third Street and Melendex Avenue
in New Cristobal at 7:30 p.m
Seminarian Eugene H. Denner
will preach the sermon.
All Lutherans of the Isthmus
are reminded of these Holy Week
services. Visitors are aiway cor
The American Vincentian Fath Fath-era
era Fath-era announce the following sched
ule for the Atlantic side catnouc
churches under their jurisdiction:
Miraculous Medal Church. New
Cristobal: Holy Thurday: Mas at
5:15 p.m., confessions 7-8. Good
Friday: Communion service 2
p.m., Stations of the Cross 7 p.m.
Holy Saturday: Easter vigil serv service
ice service 11 p.m., mass at midnight.
Confessions 4-5 and 7-9. Easter
Sunday: Masses at 8 and 10:30
Holy Famijy Church, Margarita:
Holy Thursday: Mass at 5:15 p.m.
confessions 7. Good Friday: Com Communion
munion Communion service 2:30 p.m. Stations
of the Cross 7 p.m., confessions
7:45. Holy Saturday: Confessions
3-5, and 7-9. Easter vigil service
11 p.m. Mass at midnight. Eas Easter
ter Easter Sunday: Masses at 8:30 and
St. Vincent's Church, Rainbow
City: Holy Thursday: Mass. 6
p.m. Good Friday: Three hour
agony noon. Holy Saturday: Con
fessions 4-5, 7-8. Easter vigil serv
ice 11 p.m. Mass at Midnight.
Easter Sunday: Mass a 8 a.m.
St. Joseph's Church, Colon: Ho Holy
ly Holy Thursday: Mags at 7 p.m. Con Confessions
fessions Confessions 7 p.m. Good Friday: Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross 2:30 p.m., Com Communion
munion Communion service 3, Confessions 7.
Holy Saturday: Confession 3:30-5
&m. Easter vigil service 11 p.m.
ass at midnight. Easter Sunday:
Masses at 8 and 9:15 a.m.
Service for Palm Sumfov at st
Paul' Church will begin with the
ceienration of Holy Communion
act a.m, and the blessing and dis-
uiuuuon oi paims to the congre
At 9 o'clock there will be sung
Eucharist and sermon with pro pro-cesgion,
cesgion, pro-cesgion, and again at this service
palms will be blessed and distri distributed.
buted. distributed. The Church School session
louowa k 10:45 and the final ob
gervance lor the day ia to be
ooiemn evensong and sermon with
A full schedule of services has.
wen arranged ior aoiy Week, as
at 8:30 a.m. and evening prayer
tuesaav. HolV Communtnn at
8:30 a.m., evening pray at 7 p.m.
vuurumauoii ciass at 7:3 0 p.m..
iouowed by the showing of a film
tnp on the "Pagsion of our Lord"
The public is invited.
Wednesday. Holv Communlm at
5 a.m. and Tenahria at i nm
Thursday. Holv Communion at
8. ftnd 8:30 a.m.. sun? tnhraa
and stripping of the altar.
Good Friday, morninc nravar
and mats of the Pre-Sanctified at
8:30, three-hour Passion Service
at noon, and Tenebrae at 7 p.m.
Holy Satarday, Litany and Ante Ante-Communion
Communion Ante-Communion at 8:30 a.m., Confirm
ation ciass ior cnridren and ahnw
ing of the film strip on the Pas
sion at lo a.m., Holy Baptism at
4 p.m., and Blessing of the Pas Pastoral
toral Pastoral Candles at 7 p.m.
The Rev. W. Crooks of the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Baptist Church and the Rev.
V. T. Yearwood, retired pastor of
the Calvary Baptist Church, Pana Panama
ma Panama City, will be the guest speak speakers
ers speakers at the First Isthmian Baptist
Church this coming Sunday.
Following are the services list listed:
ed: listed: Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages; 11 a.m. Di Divine
vine Divine Worship, Rev. W. Crooks,
nreaeher; ft p.m., training Union;
7 p.m. evening worship, Rev. V.
T. Yearwood, preacher
The annual Good Friday service
will be held at 11 am. The
preacher at this service will be
uie pastor of the church, the Rev.
Sylvanug A. Scarlett.
Palm Sunday service scheduled
for St. Simon's church, Gamboa,
are choral Eucharist 7 a.m., church
school 3 p.m., and solemn even evensong
song evensong and sermon 7 p.m. Blesssing
and distribution of calms and a
procession will precede the Euchar Eucharist.
ist. Eucharist. On Monday through Thursday of
Holy Week, holy communion will be
held 6:15 a.m., and stations of the
cross 7 p.m. by the Rev. -John
Spear. The Passion service on
Good Friday will take place from
noon to 3 p.m., following ante-Corn
munion at 11:30 a.m.
Two celebrations are listed for
Easter, low mass at 5 a.m. and
choral Eucharist with sermon 10:
30. There will be a Church School
service ijd program 3 p.m. and
Evensong 7 p.m.
Our Lady ei Good Counsel
Church, Gamboa: Holy Thursday:
Concessions 4:30 p.m., Man at
8 p.m. Good Friday: Communion
service 3 p.m., Stationso f the
Cross 7, confessions 7:30. Holy
Saturday: Confessions 54, 7-8.
Easter vigil 11 p.m. Mass at mid midnight
night midnight Easter Sunday: Masses at
7 and 8:10.
Service for Holy Week at the
Gatun Union Church are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Palm Sunday, Church school
with adult Bible Class, 9:45 a.m.:
service of worship, n a.m.
Youth Fellowship, 5:30 p.m.; and
lenten prayer service, 6:30 till 7
Holy Communion will be observ observed
ed observed on Maundv Thurarlav iinnm
and the Good Friday service will
oe ai i:30 p.m.
The sermon for Palm Sunday
will be "The Kingship of Chrit.
The anthem by the choir, "P r e e-pare
pare e-pare the Way," by Roberta Bit Bit-good,
good, Bit-good, with a descant to be sung
by Mrs. Caleb Clement. Th solo
by the minister, The Rev. Ray
Blakely, J. Faure's "The" Palm
Trees." There will be no sermon
at the brief service of Holy
Communis.! on Maundv Thursday.
a solo by the minister, J. Fau Faure's
re's Faure's "Come, You Who Weep,"
ana a uooa Friday meditation.
"The Universal Cross."
The Women's Auxiliary win meat
Maunay rnursaav momma at 9.
The program will consist of or organ
gan organ selections by Mrs, C. J. G-
nis of Margarita, and two of her
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Sunday School is not enough for your child; the
Bible speaks of "child trainers," and God expects
Parents to train their children spiritually. Adults
come with your children for Bible training hi one
of our 5 adult classes.
8:20 TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"WHAT IS THIS KING?"
The people of Christ's day were puzzled by His.
claims and demands millions are that way today.
Be sure you know who and what Christ is.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
The S departments make lt a family affair.
7:30 "The 5th Column In The Church"
The church's greatest enemy Is "within" of the
church not without."
Missionary Report Dr. Shldler
As Jesus Cam Into Jerusalem
in Quiet Humility, So He Brings
Peace to Troubled Minds,
Comfort to the Sorrowing,
Salvation to the Lost
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
Looking for a S:S. true to the Bible, trained teachers, and
using the best educational methods in every age group??
Our goal Is to teach them, win them, to make dimples
of each person.
11:00 PALM SUNDAY: "Triumph or Tragedy ?
Was it mockery by the multitude when Christ rode into
Jerusalem? Why did Christ consent to their rejoicing and
singing? Why did not Christ become Their King as they
6:00 ET CADETS & HI SCHOOL
Special Speaker: Mrs. Lester Soerheide
7:00 "THE COST OF D1SCIPLESHIP"
Are we training a generation that knows lUtle of the cost
in discipleship, Christ warned that it cost something to
live for Christ in a hostile world.
WELCOME PREACHING THE WORLD
Retreat Parade j
Set For Tuesday
A retreat parade next Tuesday..,
evening at the Fort Kobbe Darada
field will mark the official change
ox sun oi iour ameers of the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry.
Lt. Col. Benjamin 6. Taylor will
assume the position of B a 1 1 1
Group executive officer, succeed succeeding
ing succeeding Lt. Col. Ralph E. Rose, who
will leave the command shortly.
Maj. Robert D. Danforth is th
new adjutant; Maj. Owen R. Grot,
gran, the Battle Group'8 new S-3.
and Maj. Robert F. Wood is 4he.
new supply officer.
Adjutant' call for the ceremony
I scheduled for 4:43 p.m.
The Rev. John H. Town send, exe executive
cutive executive secretary of the diocese,
will be the preacher on Good Fri Friday
day Friday at St. Peter's church in La
Boca. This service, commemorat commemorating
ing commemorating the Cruxifixion, will last from
noon to 3 p.m.
Observance of Holy Week wiO
begin with the blessing and dis distribution
tribution distribution of palms 10;30 tomoribyc,,-.
Palm Sunday. Following will .be
a procession and choral Commu-
nion, celebrated by the Rev. John
Spear, priest in charge.
Celebrations will take place at,,
Pedro Miguel during Holy Week
Monday through Friday at S:S0. a.
m. each morning.
The Eucharist on Easter wfll be
held at 7 p.m. Special music from
the choir will enhance the service,
at which mite box offerings will
be received during the offertory.
As an Easter feature, the choir
ia rehearsing for a cantata to be
rendered at the service of Even-,
song, starting 7:30.
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start performing the typical "tamborito" dance in the fcudi fcudi-,
, fcudi-, torium of the Joran Marsh store in Miami, Fla. In the back background,
ground, background, Rita Burrell, Panama's 1858 carnival queen, and Chita.
; Wolf clap their hands to a limiliar beat.
House Group Rejects Bid
To Cut Some Farm Programs
WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP)
The House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee today rejected an admin-
tistration request that it cut some
farm programs and called for
higher price supports on grounds
that economic recessions always
'start on the farm.
It took the action in approving
a fiscal 1859 money bill for the
Agriculture Department totaling
?3,Zie,y88,54. rne committee sara
in its report on the measure that
farm income had dropped to the
lowest point in 15 years,
The bill carried $103,900,000 less
than President Eisenhower re requested
quested requested in direct cash. However,
all but $3,900,000 of the reduction
was in funds which the commit committee
tee committee figured would not be spent
In addition, the bill would pro provide
vide provide for considerably more spend spending
ing spending on farm programs in the fu future
ture future than the President proposed.
The committee voted budget in increases
creases increases totaling $360,500,000 for
authorized outlays on next year's
conservation subsidies, purchase
of surplus foods and lending au authority
thority authority for r farm electrification,
telephones and credit programs.
I Acting on a second money bill,
: the committee approved in full
the administration's request for
; $750,000 to finance the new Civil
fUS Missile Bases
Ready For Action
in West Germany
WIESBADEN, Germany. March
,29 (UP)-Uhited States Nike "A "A-tjax"
tjax" "A-tjax" guided missiles are ready for
'action in West Germany, U.S. Air
(Force in Europe spokesmen con confirmed
firmed confirmed here today.
I Spokesmen said Nike bases are
.scattered throughout H es s e n,
i.Rhineland-Pfalz and Baden-Wuert-rfemberg
and have been ready for
faction since early this year.
The presence of Nikt bases in
IVeit Germany has been known
or some time but this was the
jjirst official ronfirmatlon.
Air Force spokesmen emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized in the statement that the Nike
Jwill only be fired in action and
will not be used in training.
Jjl Anticipating German protests,
the Air Force said that while the
jNike provides protection for mili military
tary military bases they "simultaneously
dgtrovide protection for communities
yithin their deployment areas."
I THE TROPICAL FLAVOR of the Canal Zone was represented
I of the Caribbean Air Command. This, and 15 other paintings
j House until April 4. Done by six prominent U S. artists, the
6Uoctlon to represent the United States Air Force performing;
Rights Commission. The action
cleared the way for a House vote
on a 15 million do.lar appropria appropriation
tion appropriation lor the White House and
some other executive agencies.
The House last month delayed
a vote on the bill because the
committee had tailed to include
funds tor the commission. The
committee had held up the funds
on grounds the commission was
not organized and no witnesses
had testified on the request. Wit Witnesses
nesses Witnesses have since appeared. f
In the agriculture bill, the coni coni-mittee
mittee coni-mittee recommended that Con Congress
gress Congress authorize 250 million dollars
in cash next year to continue the
fafm conservation program at
present levels. The administration
wanted to hold it to 125 million
Under this program farmers
are paid part of their .out-of-pocket
costs of approved con conservation
servation conservation practices. The Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Department wanted to cut
the program by eliminating pay payments
ments payments for irrigation ponds and
other pra-ctices. The committee
said the present program should
ing Saud Accuses
Egypt Of Frame-lip
BEIRU, Lebanon, March 28
(UP)-King. Saud of Saudi Arabia
has accused Egypt and Syria of
taking part in an international
frame-up with their charges he
plotted against the United Arab
Republic, Lebanese Parliament
speaker Abdel Osseyran said to today.
day. today. Osseyran said Saud told him in
an interview three days after
U.A.R. President Gamal Abdel
Nasser made the charges that a
Syrian parliamentary deputy fab fabricated
ricated fabricated the evidence during a
trin to Saudi Arabia.
Osseyran told newsmen at a
press conference that Saud said
the deputy, Aziiz Abbad, went to
Riyadh and deposited $2,800,000 in
a branch of the Arab Bank. He
then asked for a check for the
same amount,- payable to the
Osseyran said Saud charged the
check later was used in an at attempt
tempt attempt to substantiate charges he'
tried to bribe Abdul Ham mid
Serraj, former Syrian Army in intelligence
telligence intelligence chief, and now minister
of the interior for the Syrian re region
gion region of the United Arab Republic-
Panamanian Week at the Jor Jordan
dan Jordan Marsh Store in Miami, has
been an outstanding success, ac according
cording according to Donald K. M,lller,
chairman of the beard of the
department store, at the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of the week-long display of
arts, handicrafts, historical and
archeologlcal exhibits from Panama.
Hundreds of visitors daily went
.1 x 1 ar 1 lit :
to the Jordan Marsh auditorium
to study the displays and watch
the native dances as performed
by Raul and Mima. The visitors
have included Miamians and Latin
Americans who Bve in south Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, as well as tourists from all
sections of the world who at this
time of year frequent Miami
and Miami Beach.
Behind the successful exhibit
were months of planning and con
ferences. Jordan Marsh, which o-jry to cortfer on final details. They
pened its doors two years ago asj met with Victgr .Navas, minister
the newest member of the Allied of Commerce, Agriculture and
Stores Corp.. had from its incep- Tourism; George Solis, internal
tion a keen interest in the neigh- tional sales manager of APA; Ra
boring nations of Central and mon de la Guardia. of the Office
One of the most colorful cere
monies during the opening festi festivities
vities festivities was the dedication of an
Inter-American plaque by the
store's officials and the local con
This plaque is installed oh the
store property at me corner oi bis
cayne Boulevard and Venetian way
ana symDonzes me imer-Amencan
Friedship Corner. Included in the
store's original architecture is the
Inter-American Room, where vis visitors
itors visitors from Latin American coun countries
tries countries congregate and obtain shop shopping
ping shopping counsel from Miss Lola Ar
misen, Jordan Marsh's Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican director.
"It has boon our intention
from the beginning to have a
program. cic Interest to both the
residents of this area and to
our visiters from tho southern
hemisphere. Wo planned a se series
ries series of exhibits illustrating tho
culture of our neighbors to tho
south. Panama was natural
choice to initiate the series for
two reasons: It is recognised es
tho crossroads of tho Americas
and it was reported that an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of scope had not boon
House Group Okays
Full Request For
WASHINGTON (UP) The
3 ouse .Appropriations Committee,
l a second godfound, today ap
proved in full the administra administration's
tion's administration's request for $750,000 tp fi finance
nance finance the new Civil Rights Com Commission
mission Commission in the fiscal year starting
The action paved the way for
a House vote on a 15 million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar appropriation bill to run
the White House, the President's
office and some other executive
agencies in fiscal 1959.
The House last month delayed
action on the money bill after the
committee failed to include any
funds for the Civil Rights Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The committee at that
time recommended deferring ac action
tion action because the, new agency was
net organized and had not testi testified
fied testified in behalf of the $759,000 re request.
quest. request. Today's approval followed a
hearing last Tuesday at which
Dr. John A. Hannah, commission
chairman, and Gordon Tiffany,
nominee for its staff director,
submitted teshimony supporting
The a d d i t i o n of commission
funds brought the appropriation
bill's total up to $15,558470.
Th committee turned down an
administration request for $200,000
to run the commission until July
U The commission has been al allotted
lotted allotted $200,000 from the Presi President's
dent's President's emergency fund for this
fiscal year, but so far has spent
or obligated only $26,004.
by John Moodie in his painting of the headquarter sbuilding
are now being exhibited in the ball room of the Tlvoli Quest
paintings were contributed to the Air Force as part of n art
its daily activities. (Official USAF Photo)
hold by Panama in the United
States previously," Miller explained.
Initial plans for the exhibit were
discussed in the fall of 1957 with
Aerovias Panama Airways, which
immediately became enthusiastic
and pledged full cooperation. At
this time, W. Bill Glick, public
- "t'nns representative oi aa,
and the public relations represen
o Oi Jordan Marsh visited
Panama to coaler with govern government
ment government and University of Panama
officials to explore the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of the exhibit. A series of
planning meetings in Miami fol followed.
lowed. followed. When the officials of Panama
approved the plans. Miller, Miss
Armisen, Glick and Earl Cornel,
display director of Jordan Marsh,
, visited Panama in early Februa
I of Industrial Development; Pablo
Abad of the Chamber of Com Commerce;
merce; Commerce; Jose Dominguez, Universi University
ty University of Panama; Dr. Alejandro Men Men-dez,
dez, Men-dez, National Museum; and Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Shaw: tourism director.
The -program then moved into
high gear. Aerovias Panama as assumed
sumed assumed the responsibility of trans transporting
porting transporting all exhibv material and
arranging for passage of official
visitors. Meetings, which had been
held almost weekly in previous
months, now became part of the
daily business agenda.
Miss June Keller, oublic rela
tions account executive for Jordan
Marsh for the Alan Bell Co. tra tra-velni
velni tra-velni to Panama in early March.
While there she checked final de details
tails details with the director of tour tourism;
ism; tourism; conferred on arrangements
for the Panamanian dancers with
the Vice Minister of Commerce
Antonio Moscoso; and arranged
fnr b riisnlav from the American
Canal Zone with William Arey, pub
lic relations officer ot we Mana Manama
ma Manama Canal Co.
El Panama Hilton Hotel's man manager,
ager, manager, Pierre R. Jaqulllard, pledg pledged
ed pledged full cooperation. They arranged
for Rita Burrell, national Carni Carnival
val Carnival queen to attend opening day
ceremonies. Jack Peninger, mana manager
ger manager of Miami's Hilton Hotels of office,
fice, office, furnished display material,
depicting the natural beauty of
the locale and El Panama Hilton
Colorful displays from the exhi exhibit's
bit's exhibit's sponsors, tho Republic of
Panama, the University of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, the National Museum and Ae Aerovias
rovias Aerovias Panama Airways, arrived
in Miami days before the opening
on March 17.
Assembled and arranged In
dramatie displays In the audito auditorium
rium auditorium under tho supervision of
Cornell, tho exhibit told tho sto story
ry story of Panama, past, present and
future. Throughout the entire
main floor of the new Jordan
Marsh store, of Panama wii
brought to the attention off all
people entering, by displays pro promoting
moting promoting the exhibit sot up In
tho auditorium on he second
floor. It is estimated that over
100,000 visiters from ell over
United States wore made awaro
of tho premiere Panamanian ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. ACQUISITION PLANS
CHICAGO, March 29 (UP)--
Union Tank Car Co. announced
nlans for the acquisition of Lang
Co., Inc., Salt Lake City storage
tank manufacturer and steel fab fabricator,
ricator, fabricator, throuflh an exchange of
stock. The transaction is subject
to approval of directors of both
JAILED FOR PIRI
CHINJU, Korea. March 29 (UP)
Police today arrested Kim Yi
Soo. 32. on charges of arson and
disturbing the peace for setting
fire to his home after a quarrel
with his wife and then berating
neighbors who put out the blaze.
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Mendez, the director of the Na National
tional National Museum, and Dominguez,
public Information director of the
University, were commissioned by
the government as official repre representatives
sentatives representatives to the exhblt. Arriving
in Miami on an APA flight, they
were welcomed by Miller, George
Pouloi, Miami district manager of
APA, and Walter Walters, head
of the U.S. State Department in
Preceding the opening of the
Panamanian Week exhibit, civic
officials, representatives of the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of Miami, consular corps
and press gathered in Jordan
Marsh's Gulfstream Room, for a
brunch. The exhibit was then ofli ofli-cially
cially ofli-cially opened and visitors began
to stream daily into the auditori auditorium.
um. auditorium. Through advertisements run
by Jordan Marsh in the Miami
newspapers and through stories
used in the area's papers and
on radio and television, the com community
munity community was notified of the exhi exhibit.
bit. exhibit. I "We believe that this exhibit
ha been most valuable; the dis display
play display of the culture of Panama
has been educational and interest interesting
ing interesting to our community; it has ex excited
cited excited enthusiastic comment. We
are now looking forward to visit visiting
ing visiting Panama, when we will pro produce
duce produce an important fashion snow
for the Inter-American Womio'i
Club on April 11 In the gardens
of El Panama Hilton to launch
San American Week festivities,"
Who Lost Hat
To personnel unfamiliar with the
post of Fort Amador, Building 4
is just another two-story frame
structure bordering the canal.
However, those assigned to the
headquarters post realize that with
in this home of the 82nd Machine
Records Unit lies the statistical
heart of U.S. Army Caribbean.
Activated 15 years ago Tuesday,
on April 1. 1943, 82nd MRU was
first located at Quarry Heights
with a subsidiary unit in the An Antilles.
tilles. Antilles. The Antilles unit has since
been disbanded and the local
group moved to its present site.
Prior to 1941, all strength re reports,
ports, reports, rosters, locator cards and
special reports were prepared ma manually.
nually. manually. It was a slow and inaccur inaccurate
ate inaccurate process and Department of the
Army decided to initiate a system
whreby personnel accounting
would be accomplished by ma
Now with more perlonnel and
streamlined machines the unit's
value is priceless. At a moment's
To Be Inaugurated
In Colon Tonight
Members of the Chinese colom-
of Colon tonight will inaugurate
a mutual benefit savings and loin
cooperative, which they have nam named
ed named Cooperative Dragones.
The inauguration will be held at
7:30 p.m. in the Chung Wah Kun?
Soo K.. Membership in the coo
perative is open to all Panama
nians of Chinese ancestry living
in Colon. i
Slated to h stalled as offi
cers are: Julio Kam, mar
Luis B. Wong, mndent, Oswaldo
Tom, viee president, Guillermo
Kam, treasurer and Hubert Kam,
secretary. The supervisory com committee
mittee committee is comprised of Jusn Feli
pe Yee, Alvin Lim, and Humbert'
Young. The credit committee is
made up of Handel Lee, Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Tom, and Rosemary Le.
- WED. 2nd.
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Professor Alejandro Mendez, director' of the National Museum, are examined by Btata Wjp
ment representative Walter Walters (far right) and a group of customs .officials.
H-1985 At Rio
j I gUJB SalaaS
"MECHANICAL BRAIN" Sfo Lloyd W. ?fet chel, on the left, and Sfc Lawrence L. Conrad
begin a gargantuan mathematical problem on tne 62nd MRY's mechanical brain, the 407 407-Tabulator.
Tabulator. 407-Tabulator. One of the more modern machines in the outfit, the "407" can list informatwal
and can add and subtract data at unoellevable speed. (U.S. Army Photo)
notice they can tell you how ma many
ny many married men there are in the
command, how many M-l's have
been issued to Army personnel,
who owns the hat with the laundry
mark H-1985 found at Rio Hato or
how many men are leaving the
command next Jiet
The men of the 62nd work 16
hours a-day in two shifts.
The secret of their success is a
little, but durable, 3 x T inch cerri.
Punctured with various holes (all
indicating important data for in individuals
dividuals individuals assigned to USARCAR USARCAR-B)
B) USARCAR-B) the cards are shuffled through throughout
out throughout various types of electrical ac accounting
counting accounting machines for the quick
Commanded by Maj. Felix S.
Smolensk!, this reservoir of in information
formation information is one of about 19 such
units posted with VS. Army troops
ail over the world. ;
They form the backbone of the
Adjutant General's s'-cnath and
accounting branch' by providing a j
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- nM K; iUsrt Prwwent of the Jorden Marsh Store board,
maman weeK in Miami.
Hato?-Building 45 Can Tell
command strength report which is
furnished Department of the Army
and some 1Q0 additional monthly
reports which give Army statist!-
To Be Conducted
ly Tom Sellers
At a rrent Mission of Hi HalV,rt
YM'-I.A-USO'R current Adventuring
in Pansma" serie,?, Tom Sellars,
of tl' Canal Zone Gem and Miner Mineral
al Mineral Society, collecting rocks and
gems, agreed to take a group of
interested persons on a rock hunt
ing trip to a nearby river.
The trip is set for tomorrow and
will leave from the Balboa YMCA YMCA-USO
USO YMCA-USO gt 1 p.m.
Ijterested person?' plaining to
attend should bring a hammer,
protective glasses or sunglasses, a
cloth bag, and a hat for protection
against tho sun. The trip, for whk-h
there is no charge, will return by
clans at the Pentagon an unbo
lievably complete arid accurate ar
coudtig of all personnel and" o-
About 100 local reports also are
SEE BOMB TISTS
TOKYO, March 29 (UP) for foreign
eign foreign ojics souiccs said today
Japan would send observers ts
the United States "clew" nuclear
I bomb tests in the pacific at
member ef the United Nations
1 scientific committee on radiation.
President Eisenhower invited the
1 15-nation body to send representa representatives,
tives, representatives, to the tsts scheduled this
i -Ml. I II Mi
- WED. 2nd.
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nFFTCERS AND THEIR WIVES
EFARTING AND INCOWNG OFFICERS
Albrook Officer' Clufc was the tttnv ef
fence 1M evening when the Officers' Clob and the Officer
Wires Club Joined to honor the arming end departing of-
'teAaf the augxlmalety their wires
leering the next few month are Cel. Elbert J. Bradley and
CoL Hamilton B. Webb. Aperixamtly J recently arrlred
(fleer and their wives were also honored.
Highlight of the evening was a floor show staged by
Mil Miry ftote Honored
At Plerldi Stele
Mix Mary Rom, ieufhter of
Mr. and Mn. William J. Rose of
n.ikAi hai been o'edfed to
Siema Aloha Iota, a national
muaic honorary society, and ha
the distinction of. having the
highest scholastic average of
thosoedged. She alio received
the S. A. I. pledge, eehcrihip
award, a jold cup which is award award-ed
ed award-ed annuafly. Min Rose has had
the additional honor of receiving
a bid to Pi Kappa Lambda, a
national muaic scholaatlc honor honorary
ary honorary society which I comparable
la the field of music to Phi Beta
Kapp. She has been on the
Deifl'i List during her two yean.
' The former High School and
Canal Zone Junior Collet e girl
waa active in school and commu community
nity community musical circles here. She
will receive her degree a a chor choral
al choral major when ihe it graduated
from Florida State University at
Tallahassee with the degree of
Bachelor of Music.
All Star ClrclT
To Held Luncheon
The All Star Circle will meet
Wednesday at the Scottish Bite
Temple. A covered diah luncheon
win be served nrompny at 12:80
All Eastern Mar member are
Ladies Meet Tuesday
The Ft. Clayton Protestant
Ladies' Guild will meet Tuesday
er the Chapel Annex. Rev. Bvron
Rtchart e the New Tribes Mis
' aien will be guest speaker.
A nursery will be provided for
the convenience of mothers with
Entertain at Luncheon
Mrs, uniaDetn xaggi, who has
we guest of ner daughter,
H. Tucker of Curundu
entertained at a luncheon
Lje4Jie Tivoh Gueat
Tuesday as a farewell
of the friends she has
1 I II
made during her visit on the
Mrs. Yaggi left laat night for
New Orleans, tulsa, Okl., and
Yankton, S. 1). her home.
irth ef Sen
Mr. and Mr. Max W, Finley of
Lot Bios are the parents of a son,
their second eon and second ehU,
bora March at Gorgaa Hospital,
baby haa been named Ray Sid
lelbea Union Church
To Have Family Dinner
A Family Night Dinner, spons sponsored
ored sponsored by the PMUethea Bible Class,
will be held in the social room
of the Balboa Union Church on
Sunday evening l 6:30 o'clock,
preceding the 7:30 Lenten seryice,
for members of the congregation
and their trlends. Those planning
to attend are asked to bring a
Iood sized "Covered Dish."
iread, butter and a beverage will
be furnished by the sponsors.
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Rammed By Train
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To Meet At Albreek
The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Board of Directors will hold their
monthly meeting April 7 at 12: so
p-m. at the home of Mrs. Helen
Misia II, quarter a 39, at Albrook.
JENNIFER JONES In
COPENHAGEN, March 29 (UP)
A atreet ear went out of control
here today and hurtled down a
steep slope Into the path of an ex-
oress train. Two persons were
killed when the express rammed
A miiek-actine watchman prob
ably saved the uvea of 41 other
Sersons when he warned the
rakeman in time to slow the ex express
press express to a near-halt before it.
The driver of the atreet cor and
one elderly passenger were in injured
jured injured fataAly and 14 others were
hospitalised. However, police laid
all 50 persons aboard the car
would have been killed had the
express hit the street car at itai
BUFFALO, N.Y March 29
(UP) Bell Aircra t Corp. has
postponed its annual meeting
from Anril 21 to June 20 because
certain negotiations which might
remit in the presentation of a
proposal to stockholder could not
i eompleted'by the earlier date.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1340)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
In St. Elienne
ST. ET1ENNE, France, March
29 (UP) A Roman Catholic
priest who preached a sermon
calling for peace in Algeria waa
kidnaped and tarred and feath feathered
ered feathered early this month, Pierre
Cardinal Gerlier. archbishop of
Lyon, revealed today,
The archbishop, in a proteat
'otter published today, said the
Rev. Marcel Matricon of nearby
St, Firmin Parish was summoned
March S by a woman who asked
him to administer the last ritea
to a dying person.
He said that when the priest
entered the woman's csr he waa
seized by several men and taken
to a nearby woods and stripped
to .'the waist,
The abductors then splattered
him with tar and feathers and
left him to walk six miles back
home in freezing weather, the let letter
ter letter said, Father Matricon waa
treated for exposure in a hospi
MORE HANDS NEEDED Representatives arriving for B0j(s
' and Girls States made short work of sorting out baggage as
they arrived at Fort Clayton Thursday afternoon by pitching
in to share he burdens. Here Roleen Salter of Cristobal rei
llfves a gallant young gentleman of his light load so that
he can carry her heavy suitcase, which is about to be unload unloaded
ed unloaded from the truck. Two Items essential to teeners cameras
and radios were much In evidence as the delegates arrived
for their week-long seminar. (U.S Army Photo)
Diablo Camera Club
Elects New Officers,
Plans Field Trip
Charles McG. Brand! was e-
lected president of the Diablo
Camera Club at the annual meet meeting
ing meeting held Thursday night in the
club's auditorium building in Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights. Brandl, who is a cfvil
engineer with the Panama Canal
Co.,has been a photographer for
year and a member of the elub
Other offiren elected art: Frank
L. Cunningham, first vice presi president;
dent; president; Jasper Lee Myers, second
vice president; Katharine t. Clark
to the Board of Directors; and re reelected
elected reelected were Cecil E. Voekrodt
aa treasurer, and Faye C. Min Min-ton,
ton, Min-ton, secretary.
One hundred and ten color
slides were entered in the regu regular
lar regular monthly slide competition for
members. The subject "Diablo
Camera Club In Action" brought
out photos on the club's field trips
maae auring me last two years.
Winners in the three competition
classes ware Lydla czapek, Class
AA; Lenia Derr, Clasa A;
and Regina Thomason. Class B.
rinal plana were announced if or
the club's photographic field trip
to El Salvador on April 4, f and
3. Thirty -five members will make
the trip. Automobile tours will be
made to the active volcanoes and
lakes, and a night visit to the vol
cano known as the "Lighthouse of
the Pacific" is plsnned.
Life On A Silver Platter
Can Handicap A Bride
TO COLOMBIA,. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SARMIENTO" .March 11
HA, "POTOSI" '..,-. April 3
10 UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUD, SPAIN
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (11,000 Tons) . .April 2
bs. "ftlUNA DEL MAR" (MW Ton) April IS
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "COTOPAXI" April IS
S.S. "CUECO" ,. .ApriH9
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
J. "LOCH GARTH" April IS
S.B. "PU1VENDYK" April IS
' to UKCONTINENT
S.S. "LQCH AVON" April II
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" April 19
ALL SAILINGS SLBJEC
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
DBTILADORA NACIONAL, S. A.
Vandals Daub Walls
Of USIS Building
SURABAYA, Indonesia, March
29 (UP) Unidentified vandals
daubed anti-American slogans on
the walls bf the U.S. Information
Service Building here last night
in the first instance of deliberate
damage to American property re reported
ported reported during tht current Indone
U.S. Consul Paul Bomke and
USIS director George Rosa report reported
ed reported the incident to local authori authorities,
ties, authorities, but did not file a formal pro pro-ttst.
ttst. pro-ttst. Police immediately wiped off the
slogans, which denounced both the
United States and the SEATO
pact. An army spokesman promis promised
ed promised that action will be taken to
punish the vandals and to prevent
a repetition of me incident.
The building waa under police
Anti-American demonstrations in
Jakarta had been accompanied by
the painting of hostile slogans on
the streets, but there had been
no attempt to deface U.S. property-
"MUCH ss I love bur daughter,
I cant help but feel sorry aorry
tor the young man she Is going
to marry next month a sudden suddenly
ly suddenly worried father writes.
"Thouih she is a pretty, sweet
and popular girl and has had two
years of college, the things our
daughter doesnt know about keep keeping
ing keeping a house are enough to vake
it tough on a young man just
ttartine his career.
"She doesn't know how to cook
a meal, because she has never
cooked a real one.
"She can't know much about
housekeeDme. for her own room
is always in a mess, with clothes
piled on thairs and covering the
beds, dresser always cluttered, and
"She doeen't know what it Is to
do without, because for years her
mnthM- has been doing without
for fier aettins her twice as ma
ny clothes as she could possibly
need while making old ones do
able to wheedle everything she
wented out of me, so I can only
suppose she will turn on the
charm whenever she wants some something'
thing' something' her husband saya they can't
BLAMES SELF AND WIFE
""I DON'T blame my daughter
for being so completely unprepar
ed tor marriage. I blame my wife
and myself. But the sad thing is
I never realized how little train training
ing training she haa had for marriage un until
til until she came to me and said,
"Dad, Jim and I want to be mar married."
ried." married." There's a letter that cght to
wake up a few parents of daugh daughters
ters daughters before it is too late to see
that they learn at home some of
the skills they will need as future
homemakers and that they face
mme of the realties they will
iave to face when Mama and Pa Pa-can
can Pa-can no longer hand them hap happiness
piness happiness on a silver platter.
Estate Of Less
Than $2 Million
. NEW YORK. Mirch 29 (UP)-
financier Serge Rubinstein left a
gross estate of slightly less than
two million dollars, against which
.creditors hive filed claims of
more than six million, according
to an accounting nieo in burro
gates Court today.
Administrators of the. t s t a t e
said they have already rejected
or are fighting all but about $200,-
000 of the claims against the
The accounting covered the pc
riod from Jan. 27, 1955, when
Rubinstein was found dead in the
bedroom in hit Fifth Avenue town
house, to March 7, 19M.
Navy To Use Destroyers. Submarine.
Merchant Ship, Barges As A-Targets
WINNERS OF ITS SIXTH
held on Friday, March 28,
at the BOHIO AGEWOOD
1. BENJAMIN S. McKINNON
Fort Kebbe NCO Clnb
z. Egbert dankins
Albrook Field Officers Clnb Bar
3. EMMANUEL (h MOORE
Tirol! Guest House Bar
4 ALFONSO GREEN
Tropicos Bar, Colon
5. ARMANDO RICO
Hotel International Bar
Desliladora National, S. A.
The iWBTfraclr AnieTkiaw 'Wttrsttoy Ho.
Tel 3-1794 AparUdo 542
Poland To Permit
LONDON, March 29 (UP) Po
land is prepared to Permit station
ing of western military observers
on her territory to ensure that a a-ny
ny a-ny agreement about a nuclear-frre
zone is kept, Deputy Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Josei Wimewics of Poland
said last night.
Winlewicz spoke on the BBC's
international discussion program
"Radio Link," from Warsaw.
Winiewicz said the Rapacki plan
had been approved by the nations
concerned except Germany. He
voiced the hope that weatern na nations
tions nations would not delay their answers,-
especially in view of the
"regrettable decision of the Ger German
man German Bundestag to arm the Bun Bun-deswehr
deswehr Bun-deswehr with nuclear weapons."
Winiewicz denied, in reply to
questions, that the Rapacki plan
would be to the disadvantage of
the west. "We feel that our plan
will bring very much near a re reduction
duction reduction in conventional weapon,"
Winiewicz also said the plan for
stationing western observers in Po Poland
land Poland "does envisage representa representatives
tives representatives of NATO being stationed in
Poland. We are ready to discuss
forms Of control."
WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP)
The Navy plans to check the
effects of powerful new atomic
weapons against shipa and aub
marines in the coming Pacific test
series, it was learned today.
For the first time since the Biki Bikini
ni Bikini explosions of 1946 the Navy in intends
tends intends to use ships as targets -three
destroyers one submarine,
one merchant ship and Iff barges.
It appeared likely at least one
device in the test series slated to
begin at Eniwetok Atoll will be
detonated under water.
This could measure effects of
new atomic depth charge on sub submarines
marines submarines as we'l as determine
whether the charges would dam damage
age damage friendly, ships in the neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. An atomic depth charge the Na-
GAS STOCK INCREASE
HOUSTON, March 29 (UP)
Stockholders o Houston Natural
Gas Corp, hve paved the way
for a two-or-ont stock split with
the approval of an increase in au authorized
thorized authorized common stock to four
million $5 par shares from two
mi lion no par shares.
ROCK HUDSON In
Hides Out In Miami
With Wife, Family
MIAMI, March 29 (UP)-Marcos
Perez Jimenez; ousted
itent of Venezue'a earlier ls
S, rrived in the united, States
from the Dominican Remih-m last
night, it was disclosed today.
The U.S. Inmigratinn Office
here saw the ouesreo oicwioi
rived in a cnarrea wbik
Palm Beach, The art rt';ertor
o' the immigration office. Josemi
Milnn Sfirt bi difl not '"W
where Perez Jimenez is .staying
, MI v--" t.
;.kllm M.ront. FlfiT n
gefand Mariol, sliiw Mia Miami
mi Miami March 15 a'coi"''"'"! by
nurse an eer "J"
ppyVnti" th mother of the dictat dictator
or dictator or his wife.
vv calls "Betty" now is in use. It
is so destructive that it can be
dropped only from a plane that
can speed out of the area before
the bomb goes off,
A bare outline of Navy plans
waa contained In a request to the
House Armed Services committee
for permission to use ships ai tar targets
gets targets lor new weapons. The com committee
mittee committee has called a closed-door
session Tuesday to hear details.
Negro Boy Voted
At Texas School
WESLACO, Tex. (UP)-A Ne Negro
gro Negro student has been voted "most
popular boy at Weslaco High
School in South Texas.
Leon Jackson, 17,. a senior and
one of three Negroes in the State
Class AAA school received the
award yesttrday .from his class class-matesi
matesi class-matesi Jackson, who was a halfback on
the football team entered the
school aa a sophomore.
K Listo will make repairs on the distribu distribution
tion distribution system and will suspend the electric service.
Between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Sunday,
March 30 in the following areas in the City of
Front Avenue from 5th Street to Uth Street.
Balboa Avenue, West and East Sides from 2nd Street
to Uth Street
Bolivar Avenue, East and West Sides from 2nd Street
to 14th Street.
Herrera Avenue, East and West Sides from 2nd Street
to lth Street.
Amador Guerrero Avenue, Bast end West Sides from
2nd Street to ISth Street.
Justo Arceemen Avenue, East and West Sides from
2nd Street to 16th Street,
Central Avenue, West Side from 2nd Street to 16th
Cm. PMamcm de luetza y Cuz
They have ben living iMer
notice guard at the Snns Sown
W In seven' 160 a d-iy
They have not been oijt4-Je Ihf
hotel since lhv ?rrivp(l. Poez
.Timene w?) thrown out of of ire
Jan. 24 -nd fled to the Dominic Dominican
an Dominican Bepulic.
Minton sail b entered the U.
fi. under e visiteri- visa, good for
ftwo years. But Minton sain this
lartiff not mean that he woiH b
rm'tt"H to r"raln in the United
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Braves, Pirates Struck Gold In Rush, Klusze wski
Hurler Gives World Champs
'Pennant Insurance'; Ted
Belting Ball At .857 Clip
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 29 (UP) Every day in
every way it looks more like the Milwaukee Braves
and Pittsburgh Pirates struck gold in their off-season
deals for Bob Rush and big Ted Kluszewski.
The Braves claimed they got
"pennant insurance" when they
obtained Rush from the Chicago
Cubs and that's exactly what the
towering right-hander has lookeu
like this spring. He became the
first Milwaukee pitcher to go muc
innings when he beat the Chicago
White Sox 11-2, yesterday and
now had yielded just four nns in
20 innings of Grapefruit League
Tie Pirates admitted they were
gambling when they acquired the
aiulg Kluszewski from Cincinnati
butl'daimed a faeahhy 'Kloo' could
lift'lthem into the first division
And, certainly Ted never looked
healthier than he did yesterday
whim he smashed two homers and
a single In an 8-7 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies. Kluszewski s
spring batting average is .857 with
six 'hits in seven tries.,
Rush, w finished with four
'strikeouts and four walks, retir retired
ed retired the last 10 White Sex In ord order
er order and coasted to victory behind
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a 13-hit Milwaukee attack good
for 21 bases. Joe Adceck wallop walloped
ed walloped a three-run homer and Ha..
Aaron also knocked in three runs
to lead the Braves' assault.
Kluszewski' two homers and
five runs batted in sparked a five
homer Pittsburgh barrage against
Robin Roberts, whose comeback
hopes are beginning to look migh mighty
ty mighty dim. "Roberts, who threw 4u
"gopher balls" last season when
he had a 10-22 record, was tagget.
for all eight Pirate runs.
The Boston Red box still play playing
ing playing without Ted Williams scored
their fifth straight victory and 11th
in 15 games when they beat in
Redlegs, 8-5. Catcher Sammy
White knocked in two runs and
Dick Gernert, Jim Piersall, Pete
Runnels, Ted Lepcio and pitcher
Frank Baumann one each for the
Red Sort while Frank Robinson
homered for the Redlegs.
In other games, the Washington
Senators beat the New York Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. 6-4, the (Baltimore Orioles
outslugged the Chicago Cubs. 14-7,
the Detroit Tigers edged out the
Los Angeles Dodgers, 12-11, the
St. Louis Cardinals defeated the
Kansas City Athletics, 4-2, and the
Cleveland Indians beat the San
Francisco Giants, 9-8.
Whitey Herzog hit his second
homer of the game with one en
in the ninth inning as the Senat Senators
ors Senators handed the Yankees their
10th less in 19 games. Rookie
Ralph Lumenti, a bonus pitcher
from the University of Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, yielded the four New
York runs in his six innings.
Billy Martin, who had singled
for his fourth hit of the game, scor scor-pH
pH scor-pH the winning run from third base
tor the Tigers, who gained their
second win m two weeics. ine Ti Tigers
gers Tigers had 20 hits off four Los An Angeles
geles Angeles pitchers, inducing hard hard-throwing
throwing hard-throwing southpaw Sandy Koufax.
Stan Musial and Joe Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham hit homers but rookie in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder Benny Valenzuela's ninth ninth-inning
inning ninth-inning double knocked in the
winnino run for the Cardinals in
their victory over Kansas Ci.
Hector Lopez accounted for both
the Athletics runs with a pair of
Bob Lemon, ex-ace of the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland staff, was bombed for nine
hits in three innings but the In Indians
dians Indians rallied to down the Giants
on ninth-inning hits by Fred Hat Hatfield
field Hatfield and Mickey Vernon. Hank
Sauer homered for the Giants and
Rookie Billy Moran homered for
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71.00 p.m. J "TRIBUTE TO A GREAT MAN"
I II M I
For Chuck Klein
Set For Tuesday
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 29
(UP) Funeral serviies will be
held next Tuesday for Charles
H. (Chuck) Klein, who left his
native Indianapolis 31 years ago
to become one i baseball's great
est sluggers and returned home
to die in virtual obscurity.
Klein, 52, was found dead by
his sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward
Klein, yesterday in the batnroor
of her home, where he had lived
since he returned to Indianapol s
as a semi-invalid in 1947. Dr. E.
F. Boggs diagnosed the cause of
death as the result of chronic
hemorrhagic polioencephalitis su
The doctor said the ailment
-was leakage at the base of
Klem s brain. Dr. Boggs had at
tempted to nurse Klein back to
health during the last 10 years
A six-foot, 185 pounder Klein
was one of the National League s
greatest sluggers and compiled a
17-year .320 batting average. He
was one of five modern players
to bit -four homers in a game
hit 300 homers during his career,
led the league with a .368 batting
average in 1933 and was the cir
cuit's most valuable player in
both 1932 and 1933.
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(BOSTON, March 29 (UP) -The
defending champion Boston tel
tics meet the .big and talented St
Louis Hawks today in a nation
ally-televised opening game of
their best-of-seven National Baske
ball Association final playoff.
The teams, which romped to
the eastern and western division ti titles,
tles, titles, respectively, over the regular
season, are repe t finalist from
last year when the Celtics won a
double overtime seventh game for
Boston, which won its regular
season play against the H,a w k s.
five games to four, whipped the
Philadelphia Warriors in the semi semifinal
final semifinal playoff series. St. Louis oust
ed the Detroit Pistons in its semi
The Celtics sent out boardman
Bill (6-10) Russell, playmaker Bob
Cousv and shooters Tom H r o n-
sohn. Frank Ramsey and Bill
Sharman in Quest of their second
NBA crown. The Hawks counter countered
ed countered with 6-11 Chuck Share for re rebounding
bounding rebounding duties, 6-9 Bob Pettit for
both defense and offensive scnores
and the red-hot Cliff Hagan.
The second eame will be play
ed here tomorrow afternoon, with
the third and fourth games at St.
Louis April 2 and 5. The fifth
game, if necessary, will be in Bos Boston
ton Boston April 9. Dates have not been
set for the sixth ana s e v e n i n
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TOUCHE! The baseball clubs may be in training, but collegians have their own ideas about
spring sports. Jack Modesti, Jr., of Princeton leaps and advances to score a point against
Charles Long. But the Rutgers representative won their epee match in; the 61st Annual Chim
pionships of the Intercollegiate Fencing Association held in the ballroom of a Bronx N Y hotel
In Panama Area Service
The Fort Kobbe Regulars took
over undisputed iirst place posi position
tion position in the Panama Area Armed
Forces League baseball competi competition
tion competition Wednesday afternoon (March
26) at Rencher Field by downing
their closest rivals, the Albrook
This was Kobbe s fifth win in
seven meetings with the Flyers
thus far this year and leaves
ther April 5 date at Albrook as
the last time these two clubs will
meet each other. On four games
remain on the schedule, and each
team will pick up one more for forfeit
feit forfeit from Army Atlantic.
xne game was actually a pitch
ing duel between righthanders
Doug Norton of Kobbe and Bob
Hansen of Albrook. The breaks
decided the game.
In the bottom or th second In
ning the Regulars advanced run
ners to first and second base
with two oufs. The next hatter,
Twelve Teams To Compete
In Annual Armed Fordes
Twelve teams representing all
military installations in the Canal
Zone will compete in the An Annual
nual Annual Panama Area Armed Forces
Softball Tournament which will be
held at Fort Gubck from April
Dr a wings for the double elimi
nation tourney will be held on A A-pril
pril A-pril 7 at the Special Services Of
fice, Headquarters, U. S. Army
Caribbean. Present planning calls
for the first two games on Thurs
day, April 10 to be played at
night. Morning and afternoon
games are scheduled for Friday
and Saturday. On Sunday one
eame is scheduled for the after
noon and another under the lights.
Monday's and Tuesday's games
Are scheduld the same as Sun Sunday's.
day's. Sunday's. From Wednesday nfght on
all games will be played unaer
The quarter-imais ot tourney
ti Orlando, Fla.
St. L. (N) 000 100 000- ISO
Wash. (A) 000 000 002' 2 3 0
L. McDaniel, Mabe (7) and
Landrith. Stobbs, Clevenger (7)
and Berberet. Winning pitcher
evenger. Losing pitcher Ma
be. HR Blasingame.
At $arasota, Fla.
Los Ang. (N) 019 000 000- 1 5 1
Boston (A) 200 000 OOx- 2 4 0
McDevitt, Erskine (6) and'
Walker. Nixon, Delock (6), Kiely
8) and H. Sullivan, Pagliaroni
(6). winning pitcher Nixon.
At St. Petersburg, Fla.
K. C. (A) 000 010 021- 4 9 1
N. Y. (A) 200 000 003- 5 10 3
Garver, Dickson (5) and House.
Kucks, Maglie 7) 'and Berra.
Winning-Pitcher Maglie. Los Losing
ing Losing pitcher Dickson. HRS Hun
ter (2). McDougald.
At Clearwater, Fla.
Chgo. (A) 000 200 090- 2 10 0
Phila. N) 303 000 OOx 6 10 1
Donovan. Keeean (41 and Moss.
Sanfrod, Hearn (9), Miller (9) and
Lopata. Winning pitcher San-
fOjro. Winning pitcher Donovan.
HKs Anderson,' Lopata.
At Tbcson, Arix.
Chgo. (N) 000 000 250- 7 8 0
Cleve. A) .000 700 6Qx-13 14 0
Phillips, Schaffernoth (4), Fodte
(7), Littlefield (8). and Tappe.
Score, Brodowski C5), Thomas (9)
and Porter. Winning pitcher
ScoreSLosing pitcher Phillips.
and Porter.. Winning pitcher
Score. Losing pitcher Phillips.
HRs Moryn (2).
S '"'bMbssssssssssss least
rightfielder Jim Weeks, then hit
a sharp ground ball to Albrook
shortstop Roger Zimmerman. The
ball caromed o.f Zimmerman's
arm and by the time he made
the play to home one run had
crossed the plate.
In the meantime, Weeks streak streaked
ed streaked on towards second base and
Flyer catcher Manuel Lpez got
off a hurried throw which bounc
ed off the second baseman's glove,
leaving all hands safe. The next
batter drew a walk and then sec second
ond second baseman Bill Bridges poked
a base hit into centerfield, scor scoring
ing scoring the runners from second and
third base. The next batter flew
out to deep left center but y the
damage Was done and Kobbe was
in charge of a very commanding
Flyer hurler Bob Hansen did
his best to make up the deficit
with a so'o home run over the
leftfield fence int he third inning,
play are scheduled for Wednesday
night, April 16 with th semi semifinals
finals semifinals the following riav ami fh.
final!? on Fridav. Anril 18
au afternoon games will start
at 1:30 oclock. Morning games
will Start at 9:30 and niohf oamoo
will get underway at 6:30, with
we exception of opening night
when a special oneninff a rororfin.
ny is scheduled to start at 7 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. All participating nines will be
housed at Fort Gulick during th
iournassept which will determine
me r AAr softball champ.
On the social side of th
da, two dances rind two tours
have bpn amnuarl frtf th
tng softball players. On Friday
mum, April u. me fort Guuck
service club will hold uuionmo
T,a1I TI blVVUIV
dance for the tourney participants,
while a Championship night dance
is on tap for Saturday at the Fort
Tournament nrHrtnatno win k
r "v.,,hvUj TT 111 UC
given a tour of Forf San Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo on Sunday, April 13, a tour of
uBiuu uocks me next day.
Hogan Sifts Fight
For Crime Evidence
NEW YORK (UP) Invest!
gators for Dist. Atty. Frank Ho Hogan
gan Hogan today sifted through the rec records
ords records of a famed fight manager in
a search for evidence of "crimes
of cmnsplracy. .and bribery of
The records, belonging to Man Manager
ager Manager Hymie (The Mink) Wallman,
were seized by Hogan's detective?
Thursday at the furrier shop op
erated ny waiiman, and business
Hogan, who also has issued a
subpoena for the books of the In International
ternational International Boxing Club, described
Wallman as a front m?n Sbr the
notorious Frankie Carbo. often
called the "underworld czar" of
boxing. Among top fighters man
aged by Wallman) are Alex Miteff,
Randy Sandy, Charlev Cotton, Or Orlando
lando Orlando Zulueta. and Ike Chestnut
The subpoena for the books of
the IBC came from a grand jury
which is studying reports of brib bribery
ery bribery and conspiracy in the fleht
game. It !ls answerable next Mon
day in Manhattan Criminal Court.
fODAY ENCANTO 35-.2C
Joanne Woodward In
"THREE FACES OF EVf'"'
Lex Barker in
but that proved to be Albrook's fi final
nal final tally as Norton settled down
and shut them out the rest of
Kobbe picked up an insurance
tally in the seventh canto by vir virtue
tue virtue of a double by Weeks and a
single by Bridges.
Second baseman Mario Sierra
and catcher Manny Lopez paced
the Flyer hitters with two hits a a-piece
piece a-piece whi'e Bridges and Weeks
led the Regular batsmen with two
Both pitchers went the route
with Norton garnering his nintii
win in 13 decisions for Kobbe and
Hansen suffering his fourth set setback
back setback in 10 decisions for the Fly Fly-ejrs.
ejrs. Fly-ejrs. Norton gave up eight hits
and Hansen five.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Team W L Pet.
Spur Cola 7
Lincoln Life Ins.
Gibraltar Life Ins. 5
Seymour Agency 2
Seymour Agency' 4 :
Gibraltar Life 4
Althoueh Sevmnur Acenrv nut-
hit Gibraltar Life Ins. 8 to 6, Gi
braltar combined their hi-ts with
base on balls to outscore Seymour
Agency 6 to 4. Watson for Sey
mour Agency had himself a field
day, igetting three hits in three
times at bat. Watson was the on only
ly only player on either team to get
more; than one hit.
After trailing by a 6 to 1 score
in the last half of the six inning
Seymour Agency came to life and
came within inches of tieing the
score. In this inning Seymour A A-gency
gency A-gency combined three hits and
two walks to srnre three runs nn.
ly to have their rally nipped by
some ugnt defensive play by Gi Gibraltar.
Both managers used some of
their ydunger players and they
came through in fine style. Some
of these player will be factors
in next year's championship.
The box score:
Thompson, R. lb
Thompson, G. 2b
AB R H
1 2 0
2 0 0
2 1 1
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 1 1
2- 0 0
22 6 4
ab r h
3 0 1
3 0 0
3 2 3
1 1 1
2 0 0
3 0 0
2 0 1
2 0 0
1 0 1
23 4 8
ROYALS ANNOUNCE, SKED
MONTREAL (UP)- The Mont Montreal
real Montreal Royals of the International
League announced today that they
will play six of their home games
this year in Quebec City.
- WED. 2nd.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Clayton, Amador Post Level
Golf Tournaments Under Way
The Fort Clayton post level golf
tournament got underway at the
Clayton course this week and at
the same time the Fort Amador
post level golf tourney was reach,
ing the midway mark.
The top six competitors in each
of these post meets will be nomi nominated
nated nominated to represent Fort Clayton
and Fort Amador respectively in
e..pilHma Area Armed Forces
Golf Championship int April.
At Port Clayton the US. Army
field of 10 teams with a 72-hole
miai or w. uose on their heels
are the men from the 79th Army
Band etam. The Rand nnoH k.c
posted a 72-hole mark of 328, a
niuie iiroi( oenino me leaders.
The squad from U.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Snecial ervhec i..
a utv, i&uiuie loiai, w siroKes on
the pace set by U.S. Army Garri Garrison.
son. Garrison. Holding down fourth place in
the tourney is the Chemical Serv Service
ice Service team, with a 342 total.
The teams consist of four to six
Individual leaders in the Qlayton,
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(Standings March 24)
Mutual of Omaha
W L Oh
8 1 0
Tuesday afternoon Coca Cola
and Mutual of Omaha attempted
to play Oif a rained out game, but
after 7 inning of play both, teams
wound up with 4 runs. Dickie
Roscoe and Kenny Sander were
the starting pitchers. They were
relieved in the seventh by Ralph
Bender and Dougie Billison.
Coca Cola started their younger
boys and the boys hit into Mutual
and scored four runs in the first
inning. That was the end of the
Cola scoring for the day and ev even
en even though the veterans replaced
the youngsters, they were unable
to hold back the fighting Mutual
team, who finally tied up the
game with two runs in the fifth.
Extra base hits were limited lo
doubles by Roscoe, Evans and Bur Bur-za.
za. Bur-za. The box score:
Coca Cola Ab R H E
WiUiford-RF 0 1 0 0
Sanchez-lb 2 10 0
Tobin-3b 1 0 0
Roscoe-P 3 1. 2 0
Griffon B. If .2 0 0 0
Hutchings 3 110
McClelland-ss 2 0 0 0
Griffon H. 2b 10 0 0
McLean-cf 10 0 0
McLeod-rf 10 0 0
Wilder-lb 2 0 0 0
Crouch-3b 2 8 0 0
Conley-lf 10 0 0
Campbell-2b 2 0 1 0
Bender-cf, p 2 0 10
Totals 24 4 i I
Mutual pf Omaha Ab R H I
Dockery-cf 4 0 0 0
Billison-ss, p 4 110
Sander s-p, ss 3 0 10,
Burza-lb 3 2 2 0
Leon-2b 10 8 0
Highley-rf 3 0 10
Mans-lf 10 0 0
Riefkohl-3b 2 0 0 0
Evans-c 3 111
Brians-rf 0 0 0 0
Wright-lf 10 0 0
Seeley-lf 1. 0 0 0
Tetals 2 4 4 1
Score iX innings
Coca Cola 4 0 0 0 0 0 04 5 0'
Mutual 0 1 1 0 0 2 04 6 i
Thursday afternoon in another
rained out game, Mutual of Oma Omaha
ha Omaha defeated the Legion nine 7 to
5. Feature of the game was the
two hit pitching of Ronnie Rief Rief-koh',
koh', Rief-koh', who celebrated his eleventh
birthday by winning his second
game Of the year and dmonstrat-
CFN-TV Now Showing
1-Hour Golf Series
Each Thursday P.M.
CFN Television is now receiv receiving,
ing, receiving, on what is hoped to be a re regular
gular regular basis, a new one-hour son'-1'-
feature which has met with' wide
Titled "Mil er Chamoionsh
Golf," the series matches a pair
of professional competitors on some
of the country's finest courses, ex ex-Wains
Wains ex-Wains the plays and then takes
the viewer throuph the action from
wt to finish. Explanations and
diagrams precede each seauence.
Since 'most persons interested
golf are playing at their favorite
game on weekends, .this series is
being scheduled on Thursday af afternoons
ternoons afternoons from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock,
meet ire as follows: Master Serg Sergeant
eant Sergeant Joe Dougiewicz, 71; Master
SergeanVR, W. Kapp, 77; Colonel
ElmM Wrti"nWki ntt-iK4UM.
...4 Tl I n -mr
'. w nyers, iv major
Charles Clover. 79; Spec!
icr oergeani Aen oergf
Private First Class Gene Turko,
At Fort Amador the competition
is beins rnnrf(irt.H in three flioht.
the Championship Flight. First
Flight and the Second Flight.
The top three men in c uf
th ilights are as fdUows: Cham Championship
pionship Championship Plight: Major Thomas
Connor, 75-75, ISO; Sebern Schlegel
7M3, 151 ; Chaplain (Colonel) H.
F. Donovan, 730. 153. First Flig
Chief Warrant Officer Eugene
Crowden, 83-74, 157; Major John
Rice, 75. 159; Private Joseph
Mafctus, WW, 171. Second Flight:
Lieutenant Chlonel Alht C. Da Da-vies,
vies, Da-vies, 86-87, 163; Colonel Hugh P.
Osborng. 88-81, 17; Sergeant First
Claes Wilbam Mederios, 88-91, 179.
Competition at Amador will con continue
tinue continue April 2 and 9.
ing that he will be one of the best
twirlm in tft6 loop next year.
Legion started strong with a
three run opener, but the Mutual
power kept nicking away at the
Legion lead. Mike Bom's fourth
home run of the season was the
decisive blow that put Mutual out
Doubles by Burza and Highley
were the only other extra base hits
Of the name
AB R H E
l 10 0
Blair c, lb
21 5 1 J
Ab R H E
2 2 2 0
Mutual of Omaha
Score bv innines
Legion 3 0 1 0 0 15 2 2
Wal 113 11 x 7 10
HE RMANOS YOHROS BREAKS
INtO WIN' COLUMN; FIREMEN
LOSE SECOND STRAIGHT
By HERBERT MOISE
Den. Baby Salas 1 1 .867
Cafe Coolspot 2 2 .500
Powell Garage 1 1 .500
Herm. Yohros 1 2 .333
Jumping ahead in the fourth in inning
ning inning and playing grimly to hold
on to their advantage, the Herma Herma-nos
nos Herma-nos Yohros outfit defeat the Fight Fighting
ing Fighting Firemen of the Cafe Coolspot
by the score of 4 to 2.
This was a hard fought battle
all the way with a scoreless tie up
to the fourth, when the then win-
hungry Yohros Merchants scored
twice to take a lead thai was only
seriously threatened once. This
two-run advantage moved up to
four in the fifth when they scored
their second pair of runs.
Coolspot 's Fighting P i r e m a a
fought yainly to alter the score,
but managed to come no closer
than the final 4-to-2 score, as a
base-running boner aborted what
seemed to oe a "Dig-inning" raiiy.
With the score 4 to 1, the Fire Firemen
men Firemen had runners on second and
third with no outs. In what was
the best fielding play of the game,
Oliver Hardy iieided a high bound bounder
er bounder over his head looked towards
first but could not make a play.
After this Herman Agard who was
on third then decided to make a
dash for home but a good throw
from Hardy to Tait nailed him at
The big man in the Yohros vic victory
tory victory was the aging veteran Ray
Simon who showed flashes of his
old form as he pitched with good
control walking on y our of the
29 batters who faced him. He fan
""J iijjSnnTV'h hitS"
will face a real test as they battle
Deportivo Baby Salas in a resched rescheduled
uled rescheduled contest to dissolve a ti( game
played last Saturday.
Basketball Coaches Pick West Over East In NY All-Star Game
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HANGING FROM THE RAFTERS A fashion show priop
to an exhibition game in Sarasota has Catcher Sammy White
of the Red Sox hanging on. Model Mary Ferri wears a chemise
dress. The other Bosox are Shortstop Billy Klaus, left, and
Catcher Haywood Sullivan. Keep your eye on your work, men.
CHICAGO Old as he is nobo nobody,
dy, nobody, half blind, beats Sugar Ray
Robinson.. And, of course, Carmen
Basilio, for all his rugged cour courage
age courage and fiery resolution as une unequal
qual unequal to the ImposSib e assignment.
Indeed, it was a tribute to the
Spartan qualities of the plain plod plodding
ding plodding onion farmer irom upstate
New York that he forced the now
five-time winner of the middle middleweight
weight middleweight championship to go the
full route, that even in th? clos closing
ing closing rounds, when he was stumb stumbling
ling stumbling drunkenly in sightless frustra frustration
tion frustration he still managed to remain
heroically erect. , ;
4 the eye to go came midway n
pe fourth round, and it may or
U..v nitt. h significant that up to
M stage the defending champion
nig oux m ironi imvuit
wt of the first four rounds, the
tlfcofld by a widely impressive,
At the start of the fiifth, Bail
ee left eye ws grotequeely
IM. Before tht round naa na na-it
it na-it was totally shut and so it
remained until the final boll. On Only
ly Only by then it had turned an ugly
oh purply over which frsh blood
irom a nowiy wpnww -mm
tho eye now dripped.
Basilio's best punch is his left
hand, so with his left eye in dark darkness,
ness, darkness, his target became virtually
invisible and he was firing wildly
into a void.
the harsh faioi or through sheer
frit, would escape a knocKout.
That he eventually did, e v e n
though in the 13fh and 14th he
reeled unsteadily, and in the 15th
he was all but out on his teet,
was due to a combination of fac factors.
tors. factors. (1) His indomitable spirit,
(2) Robinson's inability to Keep
an attack eoine lone cnoueh to
put the stricken man away.
Basilio was a hero in ueieat,
touchunj.y pathetic at times as
he pawed the air in. desperate fu futility,
tility, futility, but at woulu be uiuair to
say that Robinson, lighting in
large part irom memory, did not
turn in" a journeyman perioral--ance.
The Maximum Results
If is easv pnnneh to decide him
for not having oohterated a one one-eyed
eyed one-eyed tighter agansi Monhe ..J ..J-ready
ready ..J-ready enjoyed every physical ad-
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK, March 29 (UP)
The majority of pro basketball
coaches and scouts believe the
West will whip the East Satur Saturday
day Saturday night in New York's annual
The West will have a slight
height advantage, because of such
big boys as six-foot, 10-inch Hub
Reed of Oklahoma City Univer University;
sity; University; six-foot, seven-inch Dave
Gambee of Oregon State and six-foot-eight
Archie. Dees of Indiana.
The Nationar Basketball Asso Association
ciation Association observers who have been
scouting the squads' practice ses sessions
sions sessions for pro talent believe these
lads bolstered bv such huskies
as six-foot-seven Mike Farmer of
San Francisco and six-foot-four
Red Murrell of Drake, have
shown up better than the East
East Possible Favorite
Denite the opinions of these pro
judges V basketball talent, coach
Harry Litwack's East team may
be the actual favorite when the
charity game starts at about 9
p.m. (EST) at Madison Square
Garden. The game is sponsored
by the New York Herald Tribune,
wi(h proceeds used to send chil children
dren children from slum areas to summer
vacations in the country.
Utwack has a crack floor lead
ers in his own Temple University
All-America guard Guy Rodgers.
Rodgers already has been the
key man in one post season
am snarkine the East to a 71-
fifi victory over a West all star
squad at Kansas City last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Althdugh the West will have a
slight height advantage, the East
has the jumping-jack who led all
major college players in rebound rebounding
ing rebounding during the past season. He
is Alex (Boo) Ellis, six-foot, six six-inch
inch six-inch Niagara University forward.
Smith May Surprise
The boy who probably win
team with Ellis at the other
starting forward post lor me
East may turn out to be the iur-
nerfnrmer in tne game, ne
HIGH AND FLIGHTY -With Mt. Hood providing a gleaming backdrop, Ragnar Ulland
Wffe,t,Co1r tne Government Camp, Ore. &e 20-year-old SVattle mem mem-ber
ber mem-ber of the United States Olympic team was preparing for Western Open Jumping Tournament.
Powells Move Within I Game
Of 58 Twiloop Championship
Happened to .
Max Srhmelinff flprman
heavyweight who bore a strong
facial resemblance to Jack Demp Demp-sey,
sey, Demp-sey, was involved in two of the
greatest furores ip boxing history.
On June 11, 1930, he became the
oniy ngnier ever to wm tne worm:
heavvwpicrht title nn 9 fniil fKv
Jack Sharkey, fourth round). He!
lost it back to Sharkey in 1932
out in lyao scnmeung acmeveu
the "impossible" by knocking out
then unbeaten Joe Louis in 12
rounds. Later, after Louis had
won the title, he pulverized
Sehmelin2 in a one rnnnri return
in 1938 and Max never again was'
a ngnter to oe ieareci.
Whatever happened to Max
Schmeling? Now 52, a former!
German paratrooper, Schmeling
is eneaserl in several huiinpis in
terests in Hamburg, Germany, in including
cluding including the distributing fights to
a popular American soft drink.
CFN has announced the follow following
ing following radio sports broadcast sched schedule.
ule. schedule. Any changes in the schedule
will be announce over Panora
ma each night at 6:45 o'clock.
March 29: Chicago White Sox vs.
N.Y. Yanks at 1:30 p.m.
March 30: N.Y. Yanks vs. St.
Louis Ordinals at 1:30 p.m.
March 31: Los Angeles Dodgers
vs. N.Y. Yanks at 1.30 p.m.
April 1: N.Y. Yanks vs Chicago
White Sox, at 1:30 p.m.
April 2: N.Y. Yanks vs Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators at 1 p.m.
April 3: Boston Red Sox vs N.Y.
Yanks at 1:30 p.m.
April 5: N.Y. Yanks vs. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies at 1:4 p.m.
March 31: 'Boxing at 10 p.m.
April 5: St. Nick's Boxing.
W L Pet.
with one out in the 2nd and finish
ed up for Mercury.
Powells 10 Mercury Outboard 1
NO Games Sunday
CHS-Alumni vs Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
Powells once azaln proved their
ability to win the "big" ones Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night at Mt. Hope Stadium,
lacing the offering of three Mer Mercury
cury Mercury Outboard pitchers for 13 hits
and ten runs as they easily coast coasted
ed coasted to vretory against their strong strongest'
est' strongest' contender for the near ended
Atlantic Twilight League cham
pionship. The victory placed Pow-
some respect from Gibson's pitch-
Gibson N. p
Ab R H
Angermuller rf-cf 1 0
nriG nprformpr m
r , JlVIliJUip. ASUVW I V
is Jim Smith, aWfcfoot, slx-mch, ellg on the threshold of the '58 title;
player from little Steutoenviliei tney now neej oniy one more
True to the noble traditions of
the manly art, Rooinson immedi
ately began to capitalize on his
opponents distress. Time after
time he banged away at the in injured
jured injured member with straight rights
and right crosses.
m mti, it i naa in 111c ai.m
round, when there no longer could
be any doubt that Basilio eve
would not know sight again for the
apace of the fight, that Robinson
had his first big round: Yet his
most telling punch was whist whistling,
ling, whistling, ripping right uppercut which
caught Basilio on (tie chin and
froze him in his tracks.
Now it was no lonoor a a u o i-
tlon of Whether Robinson or Bisi Bisi-Ho
Ho Bisi-Ho would win, but whether little
Seer Face, bv tho oxoreko of
vantage, but to do this is to
nore the maximum results
got from his shopworn skills.
wnwner me nariem i y coon
would still, havo maintained his
record of never losina to tho
same man twico has Basilio's
luck boon better; is conjecture.
At tho very least he would have
had a vastly mere trying time of
it. But remember that Robinson,
oven though ho is no longer a
on-punch dynamiter, and his sta stamina
mina stamina is so limited those days ho
can fight at full speed only at
brief intervals, stnl is able to
make tho man in front ot him
fight his fight.
Robinson probably missed more
shots Tuesday night than in any
previous Datue, and those of us
who remember him at his pea
were aghast at repeated fai.ure
lo take advantage ox tempting o-
penings. We saw him do things
he had ever done before like
starting a punch, stopping it mid midway,
way, midway, tnen cuncning aiuaierurishiy.
Tho Sugar's Strategy
One reason no one can say for
certain that Basilio would have
repeated his victory of. last Sep September
tember September had conditions been less
disastrous is that Robinson fought
mm u sucn a way as to Diunt
rnhini Chlleae. Smith; who led
Steubenville to a 2-l recora aur aur-ing
ing aur-ing the 1957--5& .campaign, has
-been the most impressive per
former for the East m we prac practice
tice practice sessions 5
Connie Dierking of Cincinnati
probably will start at center for
the East with Jim Cunningham
-i ti.jktni tannine with Rod-
i- 4k. Wkrnurt. iBucky
kcis hi -.
a Tt 4U U; Met
nTnniinr or towa. mc n
coach, probably will start Guv
i... .i Mrrli t forward. Reed
oee auu iuu.'w.
at center and Gene Brown of San
Francisco and Joe aieveua
Wichita at guard,
n... r .a, nf iranxn state.
Bob Plump of Butler and Jack
Mimlitz of St Louis round out
the West squad. The other mem
bers of the East team are wyu
Sharrar of West Virginia, Pete
Brennan of Norm Carolina Don
Lane of Dayton. Jay Norman of
Temple and Hank Morano of St.
Peter's (N.J.). .
The East leads in the series,
6 to 5.
- rmtiwt oxorciso ot a
miracle, a componsafting nod from his opponent's most destructive
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8.00 a.m. to 12:0
weapon. .the body barrage.
Against e tall man such as Rob Rob-inson,
inson, Rob-inson, Basilio musr get J"
and concontrat, on the short ribs
and apple saoco. I von before the
eye was lest In darkness, Bsi te
Joke through his iabblng, Robin Robin-ton
ton Robin-ton would clinch and hold and
then Basilio had no punching
rRobinson clinched so often the
crowd of 17-976 paid blistered him
chmiu Yet this was
Willi UC sa -
a calculated part of the old gaff
Vs strategy. It was his way of
rationing his energy, and his way
of nullifying Basilio's major
threat. So, considering what the
fading 37-year-old artist had left,
he didn't do bad at all.
thv now need onlv one more
victory to wrap it all up until next
Nnl r.ihson. startine for the sec
ond tlm'e in three daVs, gave Mer-
nrv two hits in each of the first
and second innings and from that
point onward was untouchable. Gib
son struck out 11 batters and walk walked
ed walked five while notching hi elev eleventh
enth eleventh win of the season. After the
nihann did not Tjer
acvuuu inniuft u
mir Aiarcurv runner to reach
third baee and only two reached
The amarine Powelle pitching-
m.n.aai- u added a Dair of hits
in four trips to the plate to boost
Mm iota iv.raee to .453. virtually
...nvins him of takinc home all
the awards for 1958. Gibson's clos clos-t
t clos-t rnntpnder is Alumni s Pat
Ouinlan whose .400 average seems
too far away to overtake the pow
, 1 .l.WWAH
ens siuggci. . .
Uhe big guni of the'Powells nine
were very much alive against Mer-
.iH hnnsteri a total Of flVC
I, til J ta
n .11. h.itorc intn thp toD SIX
T,i. Unnmr'i 2 for 4 Thursday
moved him up into third place with
.364, only .002 percentage
who had 1 hit in four tries. Laurel
Hiehlev added 2 hits In 5 trips to
the plate for a season average ot
... oikf KhinH Hiehlev comes
iBucky Hall who had 2 for 4 Thurs Thurs-J
J Thurs-J ... La K.t. 1958 average of
Uy etllU wvwovo m
George Trimble, who started for
-...., Thuradav nht. lasted
STUi.. nH rould not reUre
?n'vy.A"" ';6.h: second as he lost
. i haaic nn ni Lite ornown
I11S Miai iw"-
It was really
whpn Trimble ana mnt wi
wn.e.,f" in., Powells 7-run
not nan .-- .
it th.f the winners iced the
aio. Lem Kirkland took over
Powells Play Alumni
Tuesday Night POWELLS Ab R H Po A
The regular schedule for 1958I Hall lb 4 3 2 1 1
has been completed, but one very
important rained out game rem remains
ains remains and stands in the way of a
clean sweep of both halves for
Powells' No tramps arp arhpHulprt
for Sunday, but the Atlantic Ion Ion-has
has Ion-has scheduled the Powells-CHS-Al-umni
rained out game from March
4th for Tuesday night at 7.
A Powells victory will Wind un
the Gold Coast loop for 1958, while 5S 10 13 21
an Alumni win would tie it up am'
require a play-off for the second
Bill Huehes will send- soulhnaw Cicero ss 10 0 3 1
Put Qlliinlfln mninct lha nniiui. NJikm-chor tan t ft
laden Powells, while Noel Gibson. I Trout 3b 3 0 0 2 1
witn plenty of rest alter bis two Kirkland cl-p 4 11 13
important wins, will be ready to Flynn o 2 0 15 1
toss them up for the finale. Pow- Carlin lb 3 0 14 1
ells of course, will hold the edge Trimble p-rf-cf 3 0 1 10
at the plate with five of the six Lombana 2b 2 0 0 3 2
lpatfllp lP9rlpr narn'Hincr Atfamct! TlnaroaTf '5 A A 1A
the offerings of the Alumni ace. Hinz rf-p 10 0 10
Hughes will look to Pat Ouinlan Eager 10 0
for much of his power too, as this 24 1 4
.450 hitter-pttcher aseks to tuck a- Score by innings
way his own victory. Next to Quin- Powells' l 7 ii 0 0 0-10 13
lan. Alumni has Brittle whose .300 Mercury Outboard
batting average will c o m m a n d 1 0 0 0 0 001 4
Ab R H Po A
SUNDAY MARCH 30
4 JO P.M.
BENEFIT PROGRAM for the
HOME of the BLIND
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelm)
4-- Mexican caste bulls 4
Bleachers Covered Section
Tickets on sale at the usual places.
Abernathy Umsport Umsport-Ft.
Ft. Umsport-Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.
W L pet.
7 1 .85
4 3 .571
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1 5 .167
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Displaying good pitching form,
Fritz Cheney of Abernath Um Um-ennriorc
ennriorc Um-ennriorc whitp washed the strong
Pt. Clavton Cavaliers. 4-to-0. Chen
ey allowed only three hits during
fosinc hurler, Ausmue, one el
th Kct hnrlprs on the Isthmus
since Bob Weiland, was charged
with the defeat. He allowed four
scattered hits. A single by Chen Cheney
ey Cheney followed by three consecutive
consecutive bases on balls account accounted
ed accounted for the first run in the third.
hasps nn hulls m nprfect
bunt by Taht and an error by the
thirdbaseman accounted ior ine
nthpr run in thp fourth. Then an
nthpr hasp on bal. bunt hit. and
thrpo Dassed balls accounted for
I the other two runs to end the
Ausms struck out eight Unisport-
ers, to up his total strikeouts to 35
in tnree 'v..t kimHrpH
k rnwn ot auuui uiic
. hanii to wnness UIC
uhino nprformances by Cheney
Jl L V . D l
a.tii hH thp onlv extra base
hit of the day, double in the sec
The box score:
TIGER KOs MCATEER
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Thiirsdav nieht to win thp Hr'
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'Htuart E. Hlckenbury; sMls
, L enore Holzer; Mr. and Mrs.
i A:hur Joyce; and Mrs. Ann
Marie Karms and two children,
i Miss Dorothy Mellon; Mr.
land Mrs. Norman Moore; Mr.
! ana Mrs. Moses Mendez and
soil: Mrs. Helen M. Rhodes;
Ridhard J. Salvato; Mr. and
i Mr. Charlie N. Sammons; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles P. Shay; Mr
and Mrs. James R. Steele; Ben
jamin L. Thomas; Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer E. Thornton;
Franklin W. Travis: Mrs. Au
gustus Waldenburg; Miss Sarah
Weiss; and Mrs. Mary K. White
ana two children.
ROCK HUDSON In
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
M. A. POWELL, S. A.
Tel. 1i.m Apartado 199
Hofel: HOLLAND HOUSE
5 mint, from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences la Suites and Bungalows,
all with private bath. Hot and cold water.
Prices: $6 and $8 daily, with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen Horse ridini.
For reservations P. O. Box 4459
Manager: Bill and Elenor Jaspers
ATTENTION, 0. I.I Ji
modem furnished epertmeMts.
2 bedrooms hot, COM
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FR RENT Apartment, living,
dining room, kitchen, two bad bad-rooms,
rooms, bad-rooms, independent services.
Ave. la San Francisco, No. 43.
FOR RENT Apartment, two
bedrooms, living, dining room,
services independent. Ave. 2A
San Francisco, Front church.
BVica del Pueblo. Call 3-1221.
FOR RENT located,
small furnished apartment. Near
all bus stop. 43rd St. No. 13,
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors,
yard. lei. 3-0471, 2-3343 for
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-bodroom apartment, 43
Street No. 21 upstairs. Tel. 3 3-4849.
4849. 3-4849. FOR RENT Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, on and two bedrooms
$65.00 and $80.00. Tel. 3 3-2530.
2530. 3-2530. FOR RENT Two bedroom
apartment. First Street No. 91,
"El Carman." Phon 3-3148.
Ask for famili Motta.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, on bedroom, (private en entrance)
trance) entrance) Via Porras 114.
$9 Billion Voted
By House For 2?
WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP)
Th Unuae voted S9.517.876.481
today to run 28 government a gen
cies. Big cnunKs ot me toiai were
earmarked to battle unemploy unemployment,
ment, unemployment, poverty and disease and to
build new federal buildings. 1
The funds were contained in
two money bills to run so-called
independent federal agencies and
the Labor and Health, Education
ic Welfare departments in the
new fiscal year starting July 1,
The bills now go to the Senate.
The debate featured an argu
ment between Republicans and
Democrats as to whether there
was a "depression" and what
should be done about it.
Hie $6,549,920,900 Independent
offices bill affirmed a death sen
tence on the disputed lease pur
chase plan for constructing gov
ernment buildings. Instead, the
bill contained cash funds for such
projects in 66 cities. It was passed
in the exact form recommended
by the House Appropriations Com
A short time later, the House
approved the $2,967,955,581 money
measure for the Labor and Wel
fare departments after indirectly
adding $6,093,400 to the total rec
ommended by the appropriations
The bie independent offices bill
carried funds for 19 agencies in including
cluding including the General Services Ad
ministration, which handles the
construction of government build
ings other than those used ex exclusively
clusively exclusively for post offices.
As sent to the Senate, it car
ried $177,255,000 to finance gov
ernment construction of such ap approved
proved approved buildings in 66 cities. Un
der the lease-purchase plan, they
would be built by private inter
ests and rented to Uncle Sam.
The second big money bill was
recommended by the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations group as an anti recession
measure. It carried large sums
for grants to states for unemploy
ment and job placement pro programs
grams programs as well as for public as assistance
sistance assistance and public health work.
RADAR ORDER PLACED ...
WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP)
The Navy Bureau of Ordnance
has awarded Sperry Gyroscope
Co., Great Neck, N.Y., three con contracts
tracts contracts totaling approximately $63
million for the production of
super-radars of the Talos and
Terrier guided missile system.
Sperry officials said this new bus business
iness business represents as substantial en engineering
gineering engineering development program
and therefore "it will bP well into
1958 before the production impact
of these new contracts will be
iot vnm in mmm
INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIONES-No J Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO- Central Ave. 45 LOURDES WBMACV 1S2 .C, ??",7
BARDO No. M T Street MORBISON-ith of Job Ave at J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 a TAlrl ACI WUM 7?
FARMACIA LUX 14 Central A venae HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J F. de la Ossa Ave. N. 41 FOTO MMTirrea Jt lS,5W!aHi
VAN-DEB-JIS-S Street No. S3 FAKMAHA Et BATTJRIO-Pa.r. Letevre J ftreet EAKMACU "RA"-VUI PorrM 111 0 NOVEDADES AfTO
the Bella VMa Theatre. COLONS Central Avenue 1115 Tel. 431
FOR SALE 1950 4 door
Oldsmobile 98, new tires, radi
anrl heater, reliable transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Call Gamboa 283 after 6,
FOR SALE 1947 Chrysler.
4-door Sedan, 3 new tiros tiros-good
good tiros-good mechanical con dition,
$250 Telephone 3-4073,
FOR SALE 1951 Buick 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Good family car. Dyna Flo,
Radio, Tinted Glass. Tel. 84 84-3184.
3184. 84-3184. FOR SALE 1 1957 Ford Cus Cus-tom
tom Cus-tom 300 6 cylinder 4 door Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, two tone green with radio.
1835.00 0861 -B, Balboa.
FOR SALE Mercury 1956
Montclair. 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.
FOR SALE Hillman Minx 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, new tires, two ton
paint, perfect mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. $1,395. We finance. We
take trad ins. Autos Eisen Eisen-man.
man. Eisen-man. Tel. 2-4966-2-2616.
FOR SALE 1957 Open 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, excellent condition. Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-7575.
FOR SALE '1955 Chevrolet
4D sedan, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, duty paid, 1050.00. Phono
3-3511 Panama. 820 Sabanas
road near Callo 98.
, Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
" .... ta.
N. fork Celon
temperature of the tun
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2311
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-05S2
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
present car through
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Phone 3-4984 3-485
April 11 to 19, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
CAPE CANAVERAL Maj. Gen.
John B. Medaris, Army missile
chief, urging that schools elimi
nate some frills to prepare stu
dents for scientific careers:
"Lets get social education back
in the homes and scientific edu
cation back in the schools. I nev
er learnd how to drive a car in
high school and my parents i'S""- "fHrrTealfl
taught me hoW to behave" They,""1- Ha ssSa J
bashed my head in if I didnt. f'" flga Zk Xrch
,,AI ,,x . 'goers he had received no "offi-HOLLYWOOD-
Actress Joanneial notification" of his excom-
Woodward accepting the Academy; munication
Award Oscar as the best actress, Osservatore Romano said that
of the year: 'once the excommunication order
"Ive beeri daydreaming bout,was -pubiighed in the Acta Apos-
this since ,1 was rune years old. j tolicae Sedis, the official Latin
JlAjimuuin aciot mec iiuin-
ness, notified he had been named
best actor of the year by Holly
woods motion picture academy:
"I would never have put money
i in ... ........ mums PP.rCIADA 7 Stmt N. U AG KN CI AS
FOR SALE RCA Television
and attaching record player.
Pickwick swivel model. Call
FOR SALE Household arti articles,
cles, articles, old style cayuco 20, fit fit-tod
tod fit-tod for outboard $55, odds and
ends. Taylor K. M. Feets, 2311
B Saturday, Sunday. Tel. 2 2-1327
1327 2-1327 Lai Cruets or 83-5162.
FOR SALE 6 pieces living
room Rattan. Tel. Balboa 1675.
FOR SALE Large 4 burner
flas range, oven and broiler. Sell
or trade for anything of equal
value. Phone 3-6895, nights 3 3-6435.
6435. 3-6435. FOR SALE Refrigerator Fri Fri-gerator
gerator Fri-gerator Frigidair porcelain in
and out, 9 cu ft. $60.00. Rio
Abajo 8th St. No. 6A Apte. 7.
FOR SALE "Nor" wish wishing
ing wishing machine, like new. $90.00
or bast offer. Qtrs. No. 25-B
Ft. Clayton. Tel. 87-5188.
FOR SALE Sectional living
room set, plastic upholstery,
seven pieecs. Perfect condition.
Bargain price. Bethania 822.
FOR SALE Farm 43 Mm
fenced, running water, 6 miles
from Chorrera. Phono Curundu
FOR SALE Concret house.
Santa Clara Beach. Fully fur furnished,
nished, furnished, electric refrigerator, gas
stove, all tile floors and bath,
gaiag. Bargain. Phono Belboa
FOR SALE In La Cumbre
No. 304 3rd St. 3 -bedroom
masonry homo, maid's room
and bath, water heater, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, gas stove, carport, 40 ft.
TV lower and antenna, bohio,
telephone, 1 800 ;. maters land,
cyclone fenced. Asking $15, $15,-000.
000. $15,-000. Further details, lalbea
FOR SALE Hills Cottage at
Coronad Beach, two bedrooms,
modem improvements, 2 power
plants and wall on property. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent view. "Bargain." Call
(BELGRADE, March 29 (UP)
The U.S. Military Assistance Mis
sion to Yugoslavia went out ot
business today with the departure
of its chief. Mai. (Jen. Mercer
Walter, and the last of its staff.
The mission was cioseo down
after Tito rejected further U.S.
military aid because ot me ire-
quent "reappraisals" of the pro
gram by tbe U.S. senate mat ac accompanied
companied accompanied Yugoslav foreign poli policy
cy policy shifts.
The U.S. is continuing to supply
Yugoslavia with economic aid, in including;
cluding; including; surplus grain and cotton.
Walter said the mission is clos
ing at a time "when most of the
end-use items originally program
ed have been delivered and when
virtually all of our original, objec
tives have been achived."
The mission opend in 951 and
arranged the delivery of about
two-thirds of the military equip
ment originally planned. No fig figures
ures figures on the total amount or value
of the equipment were available
In Hungary Is
Vatican city, Marcn a
(UP) Vatican City newspaper
Osservatore Romano said today
an excommunicated Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic priest in Hungary should
have remained "faithful and obe obedient"
dient" obedient" to the church even if it
meant martyrdom under the
The former priest, Richard
Horvath, was one of three ex excommunicated
communicated excommunicated early this month
for collaborating with" the Com Communists
munists Communists and accenting seats in
the Hungarian parliament.
The newspaper addressed its
1 A. T I
'language review of church docu-
menu, it was effective automati
- it said all Catholics were aware
of the very grave difficulties
the clergy was undergoing in
FOR SALE Booklet Facta A A-bout
bout A-bout the Lctery. For sal at
all newsstands. Only $0.75.
FOR SALE Hot water heat heater,
er, heater, gas,- 20 gallons in good con condition.
dition. condition. Call office hours 2-4611,
Visit our enlarged store. Every Everything
thing Everything far the athlete, fisherman,
boatsman. ABERNATHY, across
side street Hotel El Panama.
Phone 3-6895, 3-0264.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VEHICLE PARTS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, .for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., April 3, 1958, in the of office
fice office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for vehi vehicle
cle vehicle parts, Chevrolet. Invitation
No. S-58-39 may be obtained
from office of Superintendent,
Branch, Balboa, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. Girls! Take a good look in your
mirror- How's that Easter Ben Ben-net
net Ben-net going to look perched on
those woebegone locks! Easter
specials. Gonad's Beauty Shop.
Cocoli Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Snrvice
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THE unlucky expert staggered
out of the playing room. His cheeks
were flushed; his eyes fixed in a
As he wandered about aimless
ly it would have been a cinch to
dodge him but my curiosity was
I approached and asked, "What
He mumbled, "The queen! The
queen of spades! Everything hap
pens to me."
My curiosity aroused, I said
"Calm down and tell me about
"Take a look at the hand." he
replied. "With the ace of spades
in the right place five hearts is
a lay-down. See if you can figure
out how 1 went down at four?
"You don t mean to tell me
that West opened the queen of
spades?" I gasped.
"That is exactly what happen
ed! Naturally I played low from
"Naturally." I agreed.
"Next came the ace of spades
and then the deuce of clubs. East
won with his king and returned
the jack of spades. West ruffed.
I must sav that the unlucky ex
pert was reaUy unlucky this time.
West's opening lead borders on
the sensational and no one can
blame the unlucky expert for as
suming that he had led from some
sort of queen-jack combination.
Of course, the unlucky expert
might have played the king any anyway
way anyway but surely his best chance
was to hope that East would hold
a singleton or doubleton ace.
Q The bidding has been:
East South West North
1A Pass 1N.T. Pass
2 Pass Pass 2
2a) Double 3 Pass
Pass Double Pass Pan
You, South, hold:
KJ97 V2 4)AQ85 eVKSIt
What do you lead?
A The "euce ef hearts. The,
deuce ef club I a close second
You hold the same hand. East
has opened one diamond. What
do you, South, do?
JET PILOT KILLED
BOUASSEUK Ai.v BASE, Mor
rocco, March 29 (UP) A U.S
airman was killed last night when
his T33 jet trainer crashed four
miles west of here.
A second crewman, 2nd Lt
Richard A. Bolstad, 28, of Min
neapolis, Minn., parachuted to
safety. The Air Force withheld
identification of the dead man
pending notification of next
The plane crashed near
towa of Berrechid.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE Two loading
barges, L.C.M. type. Hulls in
perfect condition. Each barge
equipped with two now 4-71
G.M. Diesel engines. For infor information
mation information phono Mr. Ramd'oen or
Mr. Gotti at Panama 3-7411,
between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit our now Marin store.
Many new items including beat
Armor fiberglass materials,
ABERNATHY, across side street
Hotel El Panama. Phono 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 85-2219.
2219. 85-2219. LOST Ladies white gold Ben Ben-rus
rus Ben-rus wristwatch. Call Balboa
1S51 or Balbae 2786. Reward'
Fleet Com. Reports
More Russian Subs
Along East Coast
NORF0LD, Va March 29
fTTPU- Adm. Jerauld Wright, At
lantic Fleet Commander and head
of the NATO Atlantic Headquart
ers, said last night there has been
an increase in Russian submarine
activity in recent months along
the East Coast and in the Atlantic.
"There has been a stepup' in
frequency of reports of submar submarines,"
ines," submarines," he told newsmen. "Wheth "Whether
er "Whether it's due to increased interest
by Russia or just what, I don't
He described it as a "threat...
to the continental Uned States."
Wright declined te name any
specitic apea in which submarines
have beeet reported but said they
were along the Atlantic Coast
"where a'fellow might make some
The Russian submarine fleet,
estimated at about 500 vessels, is
tops, Wright- said.
Margaret Loors Sad
HAMBURG, March 29 (UP) A
solemn Princess Margaret arriv arrived
ed arrived here yesterday to visit Birtish
troops in Germany.
She gave only one quick smile
to welcoming officials, including
British Ambassador Sir Christo Christopher
pher Christopher Steel and Rhine Army Com
mander Gen. Sir Dudley Wai.
Newsmen who watched the
Princess leave London Airport
two hours before described her as
in an "apparently sulking" mood.
Margaret was making the tour to
Germany just two days after her
first meeting in three years with
Group Captain Peter Townsend,
The Princess barely nodded to
the 1,080 cheering sightseers who
crowded the airport entrance for
a look at her. The crowd was
cordoned off by some 200 German
policemen, who prevented the
spectators from blocking her car.
With elaborate ceremony, the
Princess left in the car to drive
through Hamburg before leaving
for Lueneburg where she was to
spend the night.
For Third Time
ISLE OF CAPRI, Italy, March
29 (UP) Italian police today ar arrested
rested arrested "world citiien" Garry Da
vis for the third time in three
months because he had no pass passport
port passport or other official travel docu
Davis, who tore uo his Ameri
can passport after World War II
to organize a world citizen move
ment, was arrested in January
and February and interned both
times in a refugee camp at Fra Fra-schette,
schette, Fra-schette, in central' Italy.
Police who arrested him at Ca Capri
pri Capri said he apparently fled from
the camp. He was to be returned
WALTHAM, Mass., March 29
(UP) Raytneon wig. wj. en enclosed
closed enclosed it now has backlog of
orders well in excess of 300 mil million
lion million dollars, largest in its history
and up from the 280 million dol
lars in January.
JENNIFER JNE8 In
WANTED Machinist' for
small lathe work. Must speak
Spanish and English. Phono 2 2-2624,
2624, 2-2624, Panama.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
WANTED Trailer suitable
for 16 foot boat, small wheel.
Phone Gamboa 6-489.
WANTED Servel Refrigera Refrigerator.
tor. Refrigerator. Phone 3-3319.
Rhubarb, handsome middleaged
x-romeat needs new home. Ex Extremely
tremely Extremely clean but independent.
Only persons who really love
cats need apply. No children
please. Phon 83-2216.
WANTED TO BUY Morris
car, Phon 3-0759, Panama.
WANTED TO BUY Dormito Dormitory
ry Dormitory trunk. Call 2-49.28 Monday,
from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. only.
Seat In Commons
LONDON, March 29 (UP) -Britain's
ruling Conservative Par Party
ty Party has lost another seat in the
House of Commons, the fourth
since Harold Macmillan became
prime minister, by election re returns
turns returns from southwest E n g la n d
The returns, from the Torrine-
ton division of Devonshire, gave
a seat formerly held by the Con Conservatives
servatives Conservatives to the tiny Liberal Par Party.
ty. Party. The Labor Party trailed in
iThe election was hfIA Thurs-
diy. Mark Bonham CaYtlr, a forbid MVONDAYs NIGHT, AT
mer escort of Princess Margaretf P-m- m the Agewood Bohio on tW
and now married to a model
polled 13,408 votes to 13,189 for
Conservative candidate Anthony
You're invited to examine and admire the new
LAM BRETT A Italian Motoscooters, 125 cc 4
150 cc. We have special duty-free prices.
Central Ave. 26-109 Calidonia
-SERVICE CENTER THEATERS-
BALBOA Saturday Matinee 110:00 a.m.
"DISNEY CARTOON CARNIVAL"
2:00 5:05 8:10
i LANA TURNER HOPE LANGE in
CacearMUM ClNff fVIAScOPE mm
(ALSO SHOWING SUNDAY)
Sat. Matinee 2:30 p.m.
"OUR MISS BROOKS"
npoy a mqhi aid
Also Sunday and Monday!
P A R A I S O
1:15 A 8:25
"Old Lee Angeles"
' '"and 1 '
"DRUMS OF FU
MANCHU" 7:45 only
6:15 A 8:15
Anita i '.EMgrj
WANTED Experienced Pan Pan-maniii
maniii Pan-maniii accountant, preferably
male, for accountant office
manager ef established Panama
branch of a United State Com Company.
pany. Company. Requirements accounting
education; prior experience a
chief accountant or office man manager;
ager; manager; speak, road and write
Spanish and English; state
qualifications and references in
totter afdressed to AMH Box
3 -mi wit cat wash $1. steam
cleaning ot motor $5. waxing af
cars $6. Auto-lane. Trans-late,
mian Highway near Sear.
FOR THE BEST IN TV REPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service C. 0. D.
Tivoli Ave. 18-20
Box 1890, Panama, R.P.
Th bast dinner, and drinks
at served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill aad
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-xa
xa "Pla-xa 5 da Mayo."
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
an work guaranteed. Call NA NA-TERS
TERS NA-TERS 103 Colon, 8057 7th
Pan Can Alley
Four To Sing
At Albrook Club ;
The Pan Can Alley Four, w
known barbershop quartet will be
on hand tonight at the Albrook i
. . v v. .u i v v i c; u a in 9
good old fashioned close harmony
The regular mejtmg of the S
ciety tor the Preservation anrl r
cpuragement of Barbershop Qv
tet Singing in America will
Trans-Isthmian highway. All mer
especially passes, interested i
tVn' tvruk nf muni ara nrdtot f''BJ
Sat. Mat. 1:3 p.m.
"WELLS FARGO GUN
MASTER" and Serial
"THE THREE FACES
Sat. Mat. S:15 a.m.
THE SEA HORNET'
and Serial 8:11
James Fenimorc Cooper's
"THE DEERif LAYER'
G A T V N
Sat. Mat. 1:30 p.m.
and Serial 7:
' George Montgomery
'LAST of the BAD MEN"
Bat. Mat. 2:3 p.m.
THUNDER IN GOD'S
COUNTRY and Serial
CIS tc 8:10
"THE COLDITZ STORY"
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"Woman of Th
Nortti Coemtrr" and
"DRUMS OF FU
MANCHU" 7:45 only
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AfOVAS PANAMA APWAYS
Today's TV Program
2:00 His Honor Homer Bell
2:30 Youth Wants to Know
3:00 CFN NEWS
3:15 Tim McCoy
3:30 Paragon .Playhouse
7:00 Oh Susanna
7:30 Amateur Hour
8:00 Comedy Hour
9:00 Highway Patrol
9:30 Zane Grey Theatre
10:00 Dear Phoebe
4:30 Stan of Jazz 10:30 Hit Parade 11 Jan. SS
5:00 JAMBOREE 11:00 CFN NEWS
5:30 PANORAMA (Including "The 11:1a Mystery Theatre: Justice.
Big Picture" at 5:4$) Crusader. Appointment with
Courtesy of Aerovias Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-169$
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Have Blood, Will Donate-Slogan
Of Charlie Company At Fort Gulick
"Have blood, will donate" is citizens of Panama and the Unit-
the slogan of Company, 1st Battle 1 ed States.
Group, 20th Infantry, stationed at
This slogan seems apt because
any time anyone on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus needs bloods
the call goes out to Charlie Com Company
pany Company and Charlie Company res responds
ponds responds whole heartedly and im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Since January of this year the
men of Company have donated
more than five gallons or blood to
ninrmr into their FIRST MEAL with the special Army mess at Boys and Girls State
SSteVa torwoe RWndds. Butch Boyette and Henry Lavender. There will be many
are .delegates l to n j. -f tn outn legisiative sessions sponsored by the American
SSJttSK which is takinplace at Fort Clayton, (ui. Amy Photo)
Boys State Program Gets Under Way With
Heated Discussion Of Corrupt Government
Today the Boy's State program
started its first full day of session
with a talk on "The Rights and
Responsibilities of Amenean Citi Citizenship"
zenship" Citizenship" by Alfred Gauvin, Boy s
State director. Gauvin's talk pre prepared
pared prepared the way for the entire pro program
gram program by setting forth the basis of
the Boy's State organization the
understanding and preservation oi
the American way of life.
To prepare the way for the mod model
el model town meeting in the afternoon,
instruction and practical exercises
were given on parliamentary pro procedure.
cedure. procedure. Subert Turbyfill, English
professor at the Canal Zone Junior
College, was the instructor. Acti Activities
vities Activities during the practical exer exercises
cises exercises included the selection of e e-leetion
leetion e-leetion officials who will super supervise
vise supervise city elections and two moder moderators
ators moderators for the town meeting.
This town meeting was design designed
ed designed to introduce the American way
of government to the boys in such
B manner that it would stimulate
orps v and constructive minniug.
'Throughout tne progress oi m e
meeting the ooys aeaaea mi me
town government of the past year
(a demonstration exercise by the
junior counselors) was corrupt.
Several reports of public depart depart-ifflsnts
ifflsnts depart-ifflsnts were found to be question-
It developed that Chief of Police
Brian Cox had replaced several
outdated squad cars with four
more modern and efficient Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile convertibles at a total cost
of $15,200,000. When asked just why
the! Police Force has decided to
purchase vehicles of this type, Cox
replied that due to the amount of
rapid depreciation of moisture on
the chassis we automobiles it
was necessary to purchase sever several
al several new means of locomotion.
"Why dots it have to be con convertibles,
vertibles, convertibles, wouldn't a cheaper and
mora practical type of car be
bftrter?" queried citizen of the
As Cox contested a reply to this
forceful question a ripple of dis disagreement
agreement disagreement swept the room. He re replied,
plied, replied, "Well, we found through
past experience an ordinary every everyday
day everyday car would not do. We needed
a car that would place us within
reach of speeders and reckless
"But why a convertible?" eja ejaculated
culated ejaculated the citizen.
"Ahhhh," the Chief hedged. "So
we Could sneak up on them and
they wouldn't notice it. It also
provides for freer use of the hand
when firing a gun."
"Do you make it a practice of
shooting at speeders?" came the
"No, no, no, to shoot at bank
. "Do you mean to say that we,
the citizens of this fair town are
besieeed by criminals of that
type? Why haven't you told us
sooner? Why aren't you doing your
iob? What kind of a police chief
are you, anyhow? Yeah, and what
about this .item of S2,8uy.uu tor pur purchase
chase purchase of radio equipment for six
cars to replace radios purchased
"I told you before! The adverse
weather conditions ate holes in
the tops of ithe cars, it rained
and the radios got wet. We
couldn't evon salvage parts. Be Beside
side Beside all that ... The police de department
partment department decided to Install new
super-high fidelity ultra long
range radios in the cars to catch
announcements from the States."
Lester Faces Trial
On 2 More Charges
Of Forgery In CZ
Two additional charges of forg forgery
ery forgery were lodged yesterday in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court against an
unemployed American, Charles H.
The 42-year-old defendant is al already
ready already in jail on one count of forg forgery.
ery. forgery. Yesterday he was bound over
for trial in U.S. District Court on
each 'of the additional charges.
Bail of $500 in each case was set.
The cases involved two
checks which were cashed at the
Knights of Columbus Club. One,
on March 15 was for $37.65. he
other, dated March 16, was in ie
amount of $26.75.
Both had apparently been co co-signed
signed co-signed by A. Krankowsky, depart department
ment department commander of the Panama
Canal Department of the Veter Veterans'
ans' Veterans' of Foreign Wars. It is this
signature which is believed to be
Lester had signed the checks
as "department quartermaster,"
a post once new. However he has
"Bov that sounds good, super
radios in a car without a top. Why
you couldn't even keep the radios
dry in a car with a roof on. How
do you think that you can take
care of these?" spoke an irate
voter of Lockport Town. Another
intterrupted to say "Why listen to
announcements from the States
when you can't take care of the
law in our own town? I tmnK mat
you ought to be tossed in the clink,
it's a good thing that we caught
all this in time.
With that rebuke, the exasper exasperated
ated exasperated police chief sank wearily to
a seat, and the town meeting of
Crossroads Boy's State moved on
to greener pastures.
Charge Of Buckshot
Wounds R.P. Hunter
A Panamanian hunter was acci accidentally
dentally accidentally shot under the left arm
by a charge of buckshot Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night while he was asleep
in a cayuco on Gatun Lake.
Police said today that Panfilo
Camero, 21, was admitted to A A-mador
mador A-mador Guerrero Hospital yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, but seven buckshots in his
body appear to be embedded on only
ly only skin deep. He will probably be
Meanwhile two of his hunting
companions, brothers Alejandro
and Juan Ceballos were brought
before tne. Cristobal Magistrate
and charged with hunting without
a license, and jackligntlng. They
were each fined $10 and given 10 10-day
day 10-day suspended jail sentences.
According to a report, the
brothers and Camero were hunting
in Pena Blanca with a jacklisht
Thursday night. Since they killed
no game, about midnight they
went to sleep in their cayuco, a
few feet from shore, intending to
continue hunting later.
Boys Rob Grocery
Store, Steal Car
Owned By Teacher
NEW YORK (UP)-Three boys
invaded a grocery and slugged
and robbed the owner yester yesterday
day yesterday and three other hookey-playing
teen-agers stole a teachers
automobile and wrecked it.
While police investigated these
latest outbreaks of juvenile vio violence,
lence, violence, school officials disclosed
they were having serious trouble
finding sites for special schools
for young toughs suspended from
regular classes because of delin delinquency
quency delinquency or other misbehavior.
The difficulty has resulted
largely from protests by residents
and businessmen oi areas wnere
emergency schools were consid considered,
ered, considered, officials indicated.
Dr. William A. Hamm, associ
ate superintendent of schools, an announced
nounced announced the first special emer
gency school for troublesome
girls will open Friday at Board
of Education headquarters in
Brooklyn. Only four or five girls
will attend the first classes, but
k42 aged 11 to 15 will be enroiiea
by April 14.
The girls are among more than
7fri minils suspended from regu
lar classes since early February
in a crackdown on youtnrui vio
lence in the schools. About sou
still arc under suspension and 210
boys have been enrolled in two
First Aid Badges
To Be Given Out
To CD Corps
Members of the Margarita
Cristobal Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps will meet next Wednesday
at 9 a.m. at the Margarita Service
American Red cross cards will
be presented to the graduates of
the first aid class. Mrs. Charlotte
Kennedy who was instructor for
the class will be present and
Capt. W. G. Dolan representing
the Civil Defense Unit, will dis distribute
tribute distribute Civil Defense first aid
Elections for zone officers and
a discussion on the coming exer
cise will be on the agenda.
All members of the corps are
urged to be present and the
public is invited.
Typical of Company's gene
rosity is a case which occur occurred
red occurred last Wednesday. On this oc occasion
casion occasion a call came in to the U.S
Army Dispensary at Fort Gulick
for donors to give blood at Ama
dor Guerrero Hospital in Coion. A
call was put throught to the Com Company
pany Company orderly room asking for
four blood donors immediately.
Since the company was out on
road march, the only way
contact could be wet by radio.
The word was flashed to the
field radios carried by the
marching troops and an Im Immediate
mediate Immediate reply wee sent back
that transportation should be
sent to pick up the donors who
were marching with tne com company
pany company In the vicinity of Mindi
As the field ambulance came
down Diversion eroad, they met
four soldiers in full battle dress
who where slogging their way
back towards Fort Gulick. The
soldiers were picked up and
whisked to Amador Guerrero Hos
pital where the blood was given
and then the men returned to trie
company where, with the feeling
of a job well done and a sense
of well-being, they cleaned up
themselves and rested.
Another incident of this sort oc
curred a few months ago when
the men of C Company were ask asked
ed asked to donate 12 pints of blood to
a man who lost both legs m an
accident in the interior of Colon
Province. On these two ocassions
an din answer to many other such
emergency requests, the men of
C Company have willinglv and
speedily answered the call.
in keeping with the motto of
Charlie Company which says,
"Let Charlie Do It. the people
of the Atlantic side of Panama
know that they have a reliable
friend whom they can call any anytime
time anytime of the day or night to help
save a me.
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Alejandro Ceballos awoke at
2:10 a.m. and started to stand
up. The lone weapon that the
three men had was loaded and
near him. In some unexplained
manner, it fired, the charge just
missing Juan Ceballos and strik-
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At daylight yesterday, the
brothers borrowed a large cayuco
George W. GoethaOs 3835 for some
The defendant waived prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary hearing in court yesterday.
He was remanded to jail to await
trial on three counts of forgery.
and brought the injured man to
the lighthouse dock at Gatun
where they notified police of the
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WASHINGTON (UP) Spring
arrived belatedly yesterday for
the blossomless Cherry Blossom
The capital, buffeted for months
by snow storms and a steady
rain, had its first springlike day.
The sun burned away a heavy
overnight frost and by 9 a.m. est
the temperature had climbed to
But the famed Japanese cherry
trees, for which the annual fes festival
tival festival is named, still had not
struggled into bloom. Their
branches are expected to be bare
when the celebration ends with a
colorful pageant tomorrow.
Festival officials had to resort
to subterfuge Thursday at the
fashion-show lunch attended By
Mrs Mamie Eisenhower and Mrs.
A real six foot cherry tree,
loaded with fragrant blossoms,
was on display in the hotel ball ballroom.
room. ballroom. It came from a hot house
where it had been forced into
There also were bright pink
cherry blossoms oris every table,
and a huge branch of them like
a canopy over the head table, but
all were strictly artificial.
Festival queens from all 48
states and the territories attended
Of Gorgas Dies
In Tucson, Ariz.
News of the death of Col. Or-
ville G. Brown, onetime superin
tendent of Gorgas Hospital and
later Chief Health Officer for The
Panama Canal, has been receiv received
ed received by friends on the Isthmus.
Col. Brown died about the mid middle
dle middle of March in Tuscon, Ariz.,
where he had made his home for
several years. He was 77 years
A native of Washington, D. C,
he came to the Canal Zone in
September, 1936 as superintendent
of Gorgas Hospital. He served in
that post until he was appointed
Chief Health Officer in June 1934.
He served as Chief Health Of Officer
ficer Officer until his transfer from the
Canal Zone in September, 1035.
Survivors include a daughter,
Emily, who was at one time on
the staff on The Panama Amer-
Noisy Riot Aboard
HMS Apollo Ends
With 42 Arrested
LONDON, March 29 (UP)
iforty-two crewmembers of the
flagship of Britain's home fleet
faced possible courts martial to today
day today for a near-mutiny that shook
the Royal Navy to its tradition
The 42 seamen were arrested
yesterday for what their com commanding
manding commanding o:ficer, Capt. Samuul
Lombard Hobson, called "noisy
Their arrest followed two days
of disturbances aboard the mine mine-laying
laying mine-laying cruiser Apollo at its berth
Eight were charged with incit inciting
ing inciting seamen to resist arrest, wil wilful
ful wilful refusal to obey orders, drun drunkenness,
kenness, drunkenness, impeding an officer,
creating a disturbance and be behaving
having behaving with contempt to petty of officers.
ficers. officers. They were placed under
The other 34 were accused of
"absenting themselves from their
place of duty" and were placed
under open arrest.
A five-man board of o.'fkers
convened yesterday to consider
the situation aboard the Apollo.
$35,000 Sole Bid
On Gatun Project
An offer of $35,000 was made by
Isthmian Constructors, so'e bid bidders
ders bidders on a project which will in
volve we construction Of 9 new
roao, parking lot and guard bull bulling
ing bulling at Gatun Locks.
Bidding opened yesterday
afternoon at Balboa Heights.
The project includes the cons
truction of a new asphalt surfac-
so. roaa ana parsing lot; cons construction
truction construction of a new guard building--elocation
of the fence and light lighting
ing lighting facilities and the provision of
drainage facilMe tl on the east
side of Gatun Locks.
Shot Of Whisky
Prescribed As Aid
In Fighting Cold
CHICAGO (tJP) A physician
today prescribed an age-old rem remedya
edya remedya shot of whisky as an aid
in fighting tne common coin,
mainly because oooie is a nose
Dr. Noah D. Fabrlcant of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago cited an experiment in which
he served up an ounce of blended
whisky to 12 persons, two of
whom had cold symptoms. Within
a half hour after they had downed
the liquor, he said, the noses of
all 12 had warmed up.
A man with a warm nose is a
man who more readily cin shake
a cold, Fabricant wrote in the
current issue of an American
Medical Assn. magazine.
Whisky alone won't cure a cold,
Fabricant said, but "its beneficial
role in some persons can neither
be minimized nor dismissed."
For one thing, Fabricant said,
alcohol induces drowsiness, drow drowsiness
siness drowsiness leads to bed and bed's the
best thing for a cold.
"Once acted upon, the decision
to rest in bed can serve a most
useful purpose," he said. "Rest
in bed diminishes the severity of
the common cold, limits its
spread to others, and reduces the
frequency of complications."
Whisky can also increase blood
circulation and provide warmth
and comfort all excellent wea weapons
pons weapons against the first stages of a
cold, Fabricant said.
At the start of a cold, he said,
the temperature in the nasal pas passages
sages passages goes down and the blood
vessels in the nose tighten. Soon,
nasal passages have become dry,
anti-cold defenses are weakened,
and the stage is set for infection.
It is then a jigger of whisky
can reverse the process, the doc doctor
tor doctor said-
Death Ends Music
Career Of Blues'
Father W.f. Handy
NEW YORK, March 28 (UP) (UP)-William
William (UP)-William Christopher Handy, the
father of the blues, died yerterday
at the age of 84.
Handy entered the hospital last
week with penumonia. He had been
in a coma at one time but was
reported "very greatly improved"
in the last two days.
The Negro whose wailing trum trumpet
pet trumpet transformed the work chants
of his people to what has become
one of the nation's most nptable
music forms died in the midst of
a year-long celebration in his honor.
Teller, famed Universitv nf
forma nuclear physicist, referred
npwsmen to a recently published
duok mat ne- ana a colleague had
published dealing with the health
dangers of H-bomb tests.
He declined at Berkeley, Calif.,
to comment directly on the Condon
charges except to say "they have
a familiar ring."
i Condon, head of Washington U-
mversity's physics department
ana a controversial figure m the
field of atomic scienne. is credit credited
ed credited with shortening the develop
ment or. tne H-DomD by a year;
he said new weapons at m a n's
command are so large and pro
duce such vast quantities of ra
diKctive poison that such poisons
have been found in the bones of
people, especially growing chil-
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Texas OH Company
Ships Wives, Kids
Home From Cuba
HAVANA, Cuba (UP) The
families of 47 American employes
of the Texas Oil Co. in rebel -infested
Santiago are being evac evacuated
uated evacuated because of insurgent threats
of an April 1 "showdown" with
Charles Cutbirth, Texas Oil rep representative
resentative representative in Santiago, empha emphasized
sized emphasized the evacuation is "volun "voluntary."
tary." "voluntary." He said none of the men
"They (families) are going
home," Cutbirth said, "for obvious
reasons." Home to most of the
wives and children is Port Arthur,
Tex., although some will go to
Thirty of Texas Oil's 47 Ameri American
can American employes in Santiago have
wives and children, numbering 44
in all. Of the total, Cutbirth esti estimated,
mated, estimated, 30 will have left before the
weekend, probably in a chartered
Other American companies in
revolt-sympathzing Oriente Prov Province
ince Province were reported without con confirmation
firmation confirmation to be planning to move
American women and children
out of possible trouble areas.
The giant 'new Texas Oil refin refinery
ery refinery project in Santiago has been
the scene of various incidents in
recent weeks. Families of Ameri American
can American employes have lived under
high tension since the $25,000,000
plant on the outskirts of the city
was completed about a year ago.
Some American evacuees from
Santiago told the United Press in
Havana that the situation in the
Oriente Province capital had be become
come become "intolerable." The swank
vista Alegre suburb of Santiago,
where most of the American fam families
ilies families lived, has been "thinning
out" for weeks, evacuees said, be because
cause because of the -general uncertainty.
Evacuees said the impression
was prevalent in Santiago that a
general strike movement against
the government would get under underway
way underway there on or shortly after
In Havana, the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives voted 91 to 0 yester yesterday
day yesterday to postpone this y e a r's
Socialist FLP Wins
In Wl Parliament
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Jamaica's Chief Minister
the FLP, said the nartv'slrm.
mo uuana wouia not affect
elections from June 1 to Nov. 3. 11:37 p.m.
A 15-day lail sentence
posed yesterday on Alfred
a 19-year-old Panamanian
Jerome was found guilty in
loaipoa Magistrate s uourt on
convictions involved similar chi
Jose Iglesias, a 29 year old
Spaniard was fined $10 for dnv.
ing his car on La Boca Read with
put a driver s license.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tne 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, it
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
i Balboa Cristobal
High ........ 94
(mar. mph) NW-16 NW-14
RAIN (inches) 0 T
(inner harbors) 78
SUNDAY, MARCH 39
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today had travel orders authoriz
ing them to use "military vehie'es
and commercial elenhants." The
officers, who are helping train
South Viet Nam's army, have to
travel to an interior village
through jungles passable only on
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