The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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'" -, They were Introduced fo citizenship and parliamentary proce proce-'
' proce-' Sure. The hoys held a model town meeting and then studied dif-
ferent types tf city governments, finally yotmg on the type of
s r iiv administration they, wanted for their town of Lockport and

' elected tflwn officials. i ' 1
The girls, meanwhile earrledf on- their own study f city
t-overnmenU applying for a charter, discussing candidates for
lty Offices and finally electing- city officials. The boys will elect
- it-.u. u:' (a iiictinrulsheil from town) officials today. :.

Yesterday evening at 6t45 Paul
Runnestrand, executive secretary
of -the Canal Zone, addressed a
,ioint session of the hoys and girls,
explaining structure of the zone
fovernment. He was followed by
ufus Lvelady on the subject of
' problems of the Canal Zone Citu,
ten.'Lovelady. Is president of Lodge
No. Mr -"American Federation -of
' GovernmentlEmployes)
r Wal'apeakei or the evening
" session .was James Elliott, discus discussing;
sing; discussing; what labor -unions do for the
" Canal Zone Citizen, He. is an i in in-etrutor'
etrutor' in-etrutor' in the 4one schools nd a
union flfficial '.'.,
The boys sessions began at
a.m. aS Alfred J. Gauvin, depart-
,ment commander'of tho American
' Legion led off with instruction in
thev rignts jespuuBiu
U.S. citizenship, .Meanwhile tno
v gins auenaea' bo uuuuii
2ae Girls Statft program ,i
( Then Girls State' delegates were
addressed ly Lt. Col. Arthur G.
May ef the USARCARIB School.
'Ft. Gulick, on fundamental pruv pruv-cipleB
cipleB pruv-cipleB vOf U.S. citizenship, followed
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All. Hops Park,
' a three ear old boy Is In
serious; '.condition. In Oorgas
uin4tai aftf nlunffine 20 feet
thtough the spectator, stands at
night. ( (.-
The -ychild, Valencio .Watson,
eon of' Vincent W.. Watson,
r.nn rnntr. had 1een 'allow
ed to T accompany i hia sister
Emily, 14, to a ball game at the

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.'.sister's ,seat. Only a moment
.Jater he tripped and slipped be be-':;
':; be-':; tween' the staggered scat, fall?
lnvthc 20 feetr to the ground.
Dr. John W.f Gales accom accom-:
: accom-: ; panled the Coco Solo Hospital
ambulance summoned at once,
and administered necessary aid
at the scene- At the hospital
the child was examined further
and treated by tti Tr&nX E E-Rlefkohl'
Rlefkohl' E-Rlefkohl' for a three-inch scalp
' laceration ; ?C-rayi revealed v a
v akull fracture. t ;v.',
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by Gauvin discussing challenges
which face toe U.S. citizen oi vh
morrows 10 -While
the bovs studied and prac
ticed parliamentary procedure, and
began their town meeting, tne gir.'s
session learned about flag etiquette
from Set, Leight E. Whitebeck
the 537th MP Co.y Fort Clayton.
The girls wound up the morning
with a talk by Rev. T. E. Franklin
of the Margarita Union Church xm
moral principles in government.
.The boys closed their town
meeting : for lunch, electing t
George Rambo at town, clerk
end Grady Hetters and Jim Me
Gloln as town moderators. They
chose' three election officials-,
Ray Caldwell, Kevin Sheridan
and Alan Scott and three al
ternates; Jamet and William:,
Will and Mlevin M. Field (
K wai time' for dinner -i out
eveni during the dinner hour the
delegates discussed their' "candi
dates, planned campaign issues and
began work on more court plans.
The girls took their turn auearn
Ing parliamentary procedure and
intensively discussed city govern-
m ents during the afternoon: The
boys: likewise studied municipal
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" ALAN SCOTT (extreme left) rises to make a point during the town meeting of Lockport at Crossroads Boys Stat yesterday, wait waiting
ing waiting to pick up the debate is Phillip Casaus (standing ; -with, daifc glasses). -Ted Bembenek, Jr., seated at left raises his hand for xec?,
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SGT. LEIGH WHITBECIt,
military police man from : Fort
Clayton, pleased -young delegates
to Girl State with jus Army dress,
blue uniform as he gave a: class
on flag etiquette, during one. of the.
scheduled events. The sergeant is
a member of the 534th MP Compa

ny at Clayton, ,(US Army Photo)
town meeting of Lockport t-de
termine the form of government
they wanted the Bew.euy. of. Uick-
port to have. 1

Locals 900, 907 Voice
Support Of RP President

Spokesmen for Local 00, AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO today hailed President de la
Guardia'a strong itand regarding
purported violation of treaty rights
governing the employment and pay
fof Panamanians working In the
Canal Zone.,
The Panania president's stahd
was outlined: in a long letter and
mimnr.andum 'delivered to '.U.S.
President Eisenhower, at Washing
ton this week by Panamanian am
hfiscarictr Rfrardo M. Arias.
The letter took cogent exception
to the newly-instituted single wage
and merit system, oranmng tnem
as a new form of the dual wage
nian ln ftffoct fof so many years.
The De la GuarWia. letter also
took strong exception to the whole
concept of "security- joo ciassui
cations .
"Our petition-en. the utstion
ef "area wages" and f'teeority'!
potitient hat been repeatedly ex.
pretted, end It it gratifying te
tee that Do.n Ernest hat fully
supported ut In thit petitlen'
taid the local 900 statement
which Wat tigned by President
Castro Offers Help
In Extraditing
Dcp3 Smugglers
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ttAvana ifUFDPremier Fidel
rDwftiiitinnarireelme! has
oJfered;'.to. extradite Known anig
smurslers as a mean of. halting
the flow of illicit narcotic from
Cuba to the 'United States.
."Cub -win never-again become
ft center of the narcoici- rratne : as
it ha in ih nast." Castro said.
ii At tte same time, ne niniea
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hat. th United' States, should r
ciprocate by returning, political
refugees who fled the Casto revo-
tiont
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v It -was announced1 later that the
Cuban government has released
three Americans who had been
held for questioning about the
Smuggling of another commodity
money. J
'Thef were Mike McLaney, of
New York and Miami: Israel
Weinstein, of Miami, and Angelo
De Cristofaro, of Yonsers, wno
manages the Capri Casino here.
Nine Americans still are being
held without charge in Cuban
jails, most of them in connection
with recent attempts to smuggle
in Cuban oesos bought at a dis
count from refugees in the united
States,

LONDON SOCIALITES LIVE IT UP IN SUBWAY SPREE

LONDON (UP!) About 200
young socialites turned a quiet
subway car into a saioon lasi
night with a wild d r i n kin g
party, that wound up in a fist and
gin bottle brawl. 'v
When that was .over, they went
off to a pa jama party that was
almost as noisy -r- if somewhat
more private where' the gay-

Harold W, Rerrie ef the labor
group. 1
Meanwhile, Local 907 also issued

an indepedent statement yesterday
in strong support of the President's
letter,
The local thanked De la tiuarma
for his strong statement to Eisen
hower, and noting that the "letter
and memorandum clearly state the
position of the unions and that of
all Canal zone non-u.s. citizen em
nlnvB."'
- The Local 907 statement, signed
hv TM-Psidpnt Alfredo E. Morns,
also pomtea out tnat me nueresi
on the part of the Foreign Office
f ... . 4ll. A. Li
heartens our hope that a quick
solution for this problem can be
had. We also hope that this inter interest
est interest in ithe Panamanian' employes
who work in the Canal Zone will
cnntinuR In the future.
The two locals represent a sub
stantial portion Of non-U. S. cm
zerra emDloved by the Army,
Navy, and the Panama Canal Co.
Both have long been outspoKen
in their opposition to the new sin
gle wage plan as it has been in
stituted.4
No official comment has yet
been forthcoming from Washing
ton regarding- the Pe la Guardia
letter and accompanying t memo
randum of purported violations
Thanks, Says Rita,
For Harvard Award
'VDURANGO, Mexic (UPlV-Rtti
Hayworth has thanked the editors
of the Harvard La-mpoeii for
awarding) her the. title 'worst a
tress of the year." t ;,
"A harpoon from 'the Lampoon
is. a collegia te accola-der" Miss
Hayworth said In a message to
the staff of; the chumor magaliine,
"I will treasure the distinction al al-ways.
ways. al-ways. i., t'"
"I hope all of you paw your
examinations.,; ...
Miss Hayworth is In Mexico
with her producer husband,
James Hill, in connection with the
making of a movie.
ASICS VETERAN PENSION Xi
WASHINGTON tUPI -' Sen.
Vanct Hartke (D-Ind.) has intro
duced leeislation to eive World
War I veterans pensions of 4100
a month. Hartke said in a state statement
ment statement World War I veterans are
the "forgotten men of our coun
trv." The legislation would be
similar to the Spanish-American
War pension plan.
blades and itheir dates continued
their capers until the early morn morning
ing morning hours.
The revelers, members of the
blueblooded and wealthy "Chelsea
Set," apparently were going to get
away with it, although a London
newspaper, the Star, demanded a
crackdown on "stupid, moneyed
rowdies," and asked whether they

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SIX MONTHS OLD -v Panama's
Nino MilJ6h sits up and poses
during a visit to Panama yester yesterday
day yesterday to get some of the free med medical
ical medical attention which is his until,
he peaches the. age of 21. Little
Candido Aizprua, who was born
on Sept. 4, was brought to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, by his father, Pablo, who
claims he has many of the gifts
pledged for the child who became
Panam's millionth inhabitant.
Memphis Student,
NabbedbSelliTiTj w
Yodlca, In Cafeteria
' TMEMPHIS, Teitn, r (UPI)'' A
17-year-old high school senior who
bootlegged vodka to fellow stu students
dents students in. the school cafeteria has
been suspended, along with ll of
his customers.
The vouth told police he sold
the vodka to schoolmates "in our-
der to get gasoline money." He
said the profit was just enougn
to keep his car running.
Officers said they were tipiped
to the liquor .sales by an unhap unhappy
py unhappy customer. They got an inform informant
ant informant to giv the student marked
money, then traced him to a liq liquor
uor liquor store where he had purchased
the vodka.
The City Licensing Commission
voted to suspend the license of
the store, owned by Ralph Gagli Gagli-ano,
ano, Gagli-ano, brother of a Memphis police
Inspector,
Police did not release the
youth's name.
could not be failed for turning a
SUDway irain into a near-iiui.
But the Transport Autnorny
took a relatively benevolent view i
of the high jinks which included:
A tipsy girl pitcnea onto tne
lap of a mortified parson as the
tram rounded a curve.
A beautiful former debutante
lying flat on her back on te
floor of tne train with a bottle at
her lips.
A ooliceman trampled under!
foot when he fell to the floor, of
the train.
Bottles and glasses smasned
on the station platform.
Assorted punches, and at least
two duffle-coated young men flat flattened.
tened. flattened. Two reporters also were
punched.
Hall a dozen Kicsing, scream-
Pravda Paints Sad
Picture Of Israel
For Soviet Jews
MOSCOW (UPI) The official
Soviet Communist Party news news-naoer
naoer news-naoer P r a v d a said today Jew
ish immigrants were being
"lured".' to Israel by false reports
on "the Promised Land" only to
find poverty, unemployment, dis
crimination and hostility.
The picture of disillusionment
nainted by Pravda, was part of
the recent acceleration of the
anti-Israel campaign in" the Soviet
nress.' .-
There- are an estimated 2,500,-
000 Jews in the Soviet Union.
The Soviet press has branded
as "bourgeois propaganda" re reports
ports reports of a mass exodus of Ro Romanian
manian Romanian Jews to Israel and that
Russian Jews also wouk migrate
there. .v.,
, Soviet publications charged the
rumors were instigated by Israel
and the United States to sow dis discord
cord discord among the Arab states with
the Communist nations

2 Leaders

Reply To Russian
Summit Proposals

GETTYSBURG, March 21 (UP!) President Eisen Eisen-hower
hower Eisen-hower and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan an announcedtoday
nouncedtoday announcedtoday that they agreed on an Allied reply to Rus
sia on the question of a Summit conference.

The agreement was announced after the two fret

world leaders decided on the wording of a draft reply to
Russia, which was immediately sent to Paris for approval
of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

White Moose press secretary James Hagertyftaid,
"We and the United Kingdom have agreed en the gener general
al general line on which we think the reply to the Soviet note deal

ing with the matter of a Summit meeting should be for

mulated."
Hagerty made his statement to
newsmen in Gettysburg less than
two hours after Elsenhower and
Macmillan openeot the second day
of their talks ,at" the President's
Catoctin Mountain retreat at Camp
David, Md,
With this Anfllo-Amerleari a a-greement
greement a-greement en wording cot of the
way, the suggested draft of the
Allied reply to the Soviet note er

Mtrth 2 asen wepered for vergl of Mogcowpreviou
sV'smliente.FrneeJiet.Jtt(.rr T4.r ,Bai- -r-i

Germany ind the NAT council
In Paris for their centideratien
, end expected- endorsement. t, ''
,Sir Anthony.' Rumbold.' a British
expert on European affairs and
East-West negotiations, had Joined
the conferees this morning, pre presumably
sumably presumably to help ironout "minor
differences on wording their ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the summer. Sum,mit
conference With Russia.
The two free world leaders were
prepared to fashion the format for
productive negotiations with Russia
if Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
shows a sincere and honest desire
to ease the East-West crisis over
Berlin.
They ere also seeking ogree ogree-ment
ment ogree-ment on military plans to meet
any open Communist attack
should efforts fail in reaching a
peaceful settlement of the Berlin
crisis.
The opening talks ran on for
seven hours yesterday.
Meanwhile in London, Soviet dip diplomats
lomats diplomats said today that Russia
wants the summit meeting to be
ing young men dragged from the
train by police.
Bystanders saw one playboy
conked with a gin bottle.
'Bad show," he said from the
floor. "I am surely entitled to a
champagne battle at least."
The 200 had paid for tickets and
boarded an "Inner Circle" train
which takes 40 minutes to make
a round of London. The trip took
two hours because of the brawl brawling
ing brawling and the frequent unscheduled
stops made when the emergency
cord was pulled.
The Transport Authority said
later "the party carried bottles,
hut some of these contained lem
onade; it flowed like wine.
But there were no arrests. Aft After
er After police chased out the last of
the revelers from the subway,
they threw their beer mugs and
empty bottles to the ground and
dashed off to a pajama party ten tenderedby
deredby tenderedby physicist Charles Boyle.
Heroes' Welcome
For Guerrillas
In Nicosia
,r' y.
NICOSIA.-Cyprus (UPI) Brit
ish troops were confined to camps
yesterday while Greek Cyprlot's
gave a herl's welcome to 200
guerrilla fighters.
... r
Nearly 50,000 persons jammed
the streets of Nicosia to greet the
hard core of the Eoka under underground's
ground's underground's mountain army.
),.''
Archbishop Makarios. national
ist leader, told the Eoka fighters
he expected they would be 'dis 'disciplined
ciplined 'disciplined soldiers In the new peace peaceful,
ful, peaceful, struggle fof the development
of Cyprus.'

Draft

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held in a neutral capital Gene-
va or Vienna.

The Soviets do not want thiTt-

projected heads of governments -'4
get-together to be held in Washin
ton.
Soviet reaction followed Hpfe
metic speculation that WsJilrtf
ten might, be the venue for., the
summit conference this summer."
The Soviet hint pointed to a r--
tton-.: Last" yea
Russia eagerly
sought a meeting;
States f ,i,.
'in the United,!

i Khrushchev who then wanted an 1 1

get it apparently ielt he could en.A
ter through the backdoor of a"?
Summit conference.
He in fact accepted last summer
a Summit meeting in the United
Nations in New York from which i
he later backed out under pressure -from
Peiping, 1
Some diplomats feel loved

Khrushchev hes new changed hie L 1
mind about e possible Washing- $
ton Summit meeting become he
wants -a formal invitation te vie 1

it the US as en official guest. L

from his deputy Anastas Mikoyaa
after the latter' s recent visit to the
US- that he would not at present be 1
welcome here.
University Student
Dies Of Homemade
Potion Of Drugs
REDLANDS, Calif. (UPI -A
taoe recording describing drug drug-induced
induced drug-induced "dreams in color" a-"
peered to hold the key today to
the poison death of a brilliant 18-year-old
University of Redlande
student who was conducting ex-,
periments with drugs used in
ancient Mexican religious rites.
Michael Hawks died of a poison
last night but investigators said a
detailed analysis of the poison
was needed before it could be iden- j

tified. "I

It was uncertain whether Hawks Vv

deliberately killed himself or
was an accidental victim of his,
exotic experiments. j
Police Chief Stanley R. Bowen'
said enough drugs were found i
vounc Hawks room, ciuuerea
with beakers, test tuoes ana oiner v
I., ..1.....H.
laumaiuiy pi hlmii-i nana, iu
the entire city of Redland undetf
sedation." v

Hawks gave some of the lethel X
ugs to five of his fellow-students of.
io then reported their reactions,
K tape recording on which ft

was believed Hawks, a chemistry fl
student, and other student used I
to transcribe their halucnations
in color caused by drugs and s.
mushrooms was in the hands .v'ef L

Pnrnner FHwarH novle. 1
!.
"He sat up In his bunk as:tf hr

were intoxicated, then couapsea -H'
in a convulsion," his roommate, i
Richard Lanham, 18, of Alhkm-
bra, Calif., said. .wSVi
The university, snnounced'rthst j
it had warned Hawks In January
to discontinue -his experiments Ion
his own. ; ,,v i
Bowen said the students told :
him they took dilysargic acid oral-'X'

not harmful. It broduced hallucuv..
ations, bright colors, double, vision -and
"hidden feelings", althousH
they remained conscious 1 at ell
times, they told him. r

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WORK FOR A O.U

Wit TP (Mail Box March 17) wrote that fieduoteif what he
c.u1d"4etoec clowns" are old soldier: It
whether they are old soldiers or new soldiers, but one thing is for
Ir! HIP is ther an officer's wife or a general's wife or a
rivili-n Thus she or he would have no way of knowing just how hard
it it for us to eel anything done when we need it-
I Tt s all rieM tor Mamie to use Ike's plane any, time she wants to.
f Orthing" I can say about Mamie and Ike irat.tija,weta
tnWXy they did not try to get everyhting for themselves. I know
.tonfVHlP thinks I am not an old soldier I can tell him some
things K happened in Sicily 1945-46 when one jrf our good generals
W"Aiefoer the Canal Zone Brats, let's not talk about them All we
i are thinking of now is getting a uttle work done on our quarters, so
t &. s 1 1 b lltfiA KattaP

! SMYE generTand his' wife git a no house : if they!
..J it All lni atone is that the Engineers do a Uttle wofk forus
7oZLe Tdyy don'f have the money then going
rnht to the eeneral's house to do work tor him.
righlM M,43i Vs not take Ike's car and ride ill over Wash

ington getting to the vet's so that
ONCI UPON
Sir:

Once upon a time there was a man who lived in two segments
of time would sit for long periods of time and bring back from
Che put the hapnv memories from that time And as the thoughts
went bv he would shake his head slowly and flunk to himself that
. ii j .. mm m tViov wr tHfifl

! To heln chase this sad condition, be would ne.wnd hirBdtoj
...roh f th figure. Ah. that would be a good time indeed, very-

thing would be much better in the years to come When at last ne
had reached a slate of contentment within himself, he would fall a a-sleeo
sleeo a-sleeo so that he might be fresh to continue this ritual the. next day.
Nothing is more precious than a storehouse full of wonderful
memories, and I envv the man who can look into the future and find
I a better life there. But in all this searching for a better time, why
do we overlook, the only segment of time, over which we have any
conlibl, the present. A kt,M mai
J think there must be a happy mixture of past adventures rblend rblend-ed
ed rblend-ed with future plans mixed liberally with present actions. If we live
only in the past and the future we shall rob ourselves of the tremen tremen-dous
dous tremen-dous thrill of being fully aware of the wonderful story which unfolds
iabout us evert, day. Dmn

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SEAFOOD IN THI

if i m g i A .'. I i .ii Vl
f I can't seem to get a reasonable answer out of thoie who should
I Jtnow so maybe somebody will answer me through the Mail Box. Why
(don't we get fresh seafood any more at the PanCanal commissary?
If Since progress reared Its head with new display counters, tne
Jfculk cheeses, lunch meat and fresh lobster, shrimp and assorted fish
ave disappeared. The lunch meat has been neatly packaged and

I jfrozen, along with a few shrimp.
?: r'VC ....iii Hi.onnnintiH

3t suddenly was not there at the start. of the Lenten season. And when
' V ..u.a tt.. M.ir. h .nr thpv knew nnthihc PxceDt that they nidn t

have anv. The tVbzen foods' section offereJfit couple of Pctiei.
ekrimin nnA enmp mflpkerftl. t

Maybe the commissary officials put out the scoop on why they

Niron't wiling thu fresh seafood

'. And apparently so did he clerks. If t
(contaminated or something, I'd like to

Javbe the overhead was too

' lit. th nrir fhev were ffetting.

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m valawe ywner' .t0"!:
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fnr thAi hartiv t nrmn wno -caueiie uieir tiwn.

; They've got the 50-50 proposal -wrong in the Curundu laundry,
.They've started trying to Bet 16 hours work out of us n an eight-
.rhour day. That may be 50-100, I cuess, but anyway it's weiring.
t jnr.t Koii.vo .iih.r r,nv will am E. Potter or Presidenbal

!asoirant Aquilino Boyd would like
T Hn

Feb. 23, the George Washington's Birthday holiday, we were
Weed to work and were paid on a flat time basis, i.e. hour for
hour, and no overtime.
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COMMISSARY
not tn have the fresh seafood when
anv more, if tney aid, i missea n.

T5e, iVri "'u:X7V:itimes they receive straight com

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MBh .anf nrA fir KftmA atiinV
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LAUNDRY

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YOUR NEEDS!

Labort News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESIL
Now the search 'is on for the
influence peddlert inside labox.
And they don t operate for a
itieager five percent euner. xou
can call tnem commission mer
chants. They're not "con meu.
They- are contact men. They're
not fronting for the crime com combine.
bine. combine. They are those labor offi officials
cials officials who have been bird-doggmg
for those firms which want to
sell something to a union or to
another company dealing with
some union.
Contacting unions and corpo corporations
rations corporations who just don't want trou
ble with certain unions is big
money and there is a list of some
200 union officials to prove this.
The list j one of many such
around the country belongs to
a swank efficiency firm operat
ing out of a modern Manhattan
tower in the Madison-Park Ave.
sector of the gray flannel front.
There is no point in naming
this agency now. It will be in the
newt soon enough. Premature
pinpointing would only affect the
blood pressure of witnesses. It is
a major outfit operating under
the bedside euphemism of "ma "management
nagement "management engineering."
This means that it provides
corporations with advice not
only on cutting costs, but on time
and motion techniques which go
into establishing the cost and.
therefore, the price of an article
or service. It helps set up new
plants. It finds sites for new ins installations.
tallations. installations. Its services are valua valuable
ble valuable but they cost plenty, ton.
mis nrm nas Deen advising
corporations- in the automobile,
steel and textile industries. Some
months ago the crusading office
of Manhattan District Attorney
Frank Hogan ran across it in one
of Mr. Hogan's probes. Just ex
actly now his rackets bereau
Chief, Al Scotti, a felloW who hits
problems with- pneumatic drill
irsisiencynttiinrpa. came
upon this, we outsiders" don't yet
Know. However, the New York
D.A.'s office found a trail of
humdreds of checks. Some of them
were made out to labor leadets.
These checks, in turn, led to ci cities
ties cities across the U.S. Some weie
traced to an auto company iri To Toledo.
ledo. Toledo. Records; of AtttaWorkevsi
Union and Textile. Workers lW
nion officials were examined
but Mr. Hogan's office has made
it amply clear that these were
checked in routine course and did
not by any means insinuate that
these men were involved.
No one has yet been told speJ-
iiuauy jusi wnere all this leads.
Mr. Hogan jtf Mr Saetti am
known to ne probing! the allegad
bribe of a Manhattan union ol
ficial. But this wnnlri h nnlv thm
tiniest bit of thread in a fabric.1
still gossamer, lying across the'
land.
The pattern will eventually
show that there are scores of sec second
ond second and third echelon union o-,
ficyils who are, in effect,aleSine:
for service and supply companies.
The union officials sometimes are
on the company payrolls. Other
missions for placing multi-million
Hnllar incur ons. nnliniM.
eont:r'ts" jn L",? JT
I nion.
Pr. ometimef they receive com
missions ior using tneir union
prestige to make a contact ln he-
half of one company, such as an
I efficiency outfit, with another
f ?Z mpVnTSrch.s-
j execuUve believes he would
ru into trouble with the union
::. i ..i". TL. i"",e.un
District Attornev Hoean'
has run into big money payments
in many cities. This is a more
subtle racket than that pulled by
the bumbling muscle men who
dump or smash plate glass stoic
windows.
What is important here is that
there really are no laws to cover
this legal looting. Those who now
see it unraveled argue that the
only cure is a Federal law setting
up a fiduciary relationship
btween a union official and his
union and its treasury lust as a
bank president is related to his
depositors' money. The bank of
ficial is responsible for every pen
ny, And he cannot under the law
invest funds in some project in
return for a bribe.
Frank Hogan appears to be
ripping the cover off the most
respectable of rackets.
fFACT
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I Inspired hi stories of the
sea, James A. Garfield, who
was to become the 20th presi president
dent president of the United States, left
home at the age of 16 and
tramped to Cleveland, Ohio,
hoping to become a sailor on
a lake boat He failed in this
, ambition and became instead a
; helper on a canal boat, driving
I the horses along the towpstH
land acting as deck hand.
l C EncyblopidU' BriUuialcA

I Stan' orYD 'Fift'-Among Udder Tings"

Walter Wihchell I ii Wewfof k

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Hottest scandal of the week has
Palm Beach buzzing about a beat beating
ing beating handed to an exec (with the
Atnieuc uud mere) ny a nusoana
who caught his wile with tne Vil Villain
lain Villain in a parked car.' .Eva Ga Ga-bor
bor Ga-bor s top secret in Spain is Dudk
Brown, who took the next plane
, ..Sorry, girls, but new record recording
ing recording star Frankie Avalon's secret
love is Angela' DiCircuo, a Phiily
Sign school .student.. Jat deafen deafening
ing deafening roar from Philly wasn't auy
atpmid bomb. It wai a blowup
between Dolores Gray and com
poser Harold Rome before tht
matinee of "Destry Rides Again"
. .The Dick Cowells (Gail Whit
ney) splituatipn was no skewp to
actress June uaier. .uwen ver ver-and
and ver-and her ever lovin' (Bob Fosse,),
are reported having the sulks
which, must be great news to
the many who wish she was their
girl. ,iov. Rockefeller's boy
Stephen and stunning Diane Kirby
had the Left Bank crowd tcn-tcnat
ting. It took more than a year to
raise the coin for "A Raisin in the
Sun," the newest Main Sterner-
ilH
M A. s'rtf
Batista and Peron are register
ed at hotels but they are also se secretly
cretly secretly sheltered in homes owned
by Trujillb, Peron's new iweedy
is one of his stenogs. .Marguerite
Belafonte s handsome escort at
the Embers these minights is Ro
bert Turner, tfttl estate heir.,..,.,
Sinclair- Robinson's new big In
terest in Beverly Hills is pretty
Gay Polling, ex-wife of director
Lucky Humberstone. ..Autograph
ers mauled Shirley Temple as she
got out of a cab at the Pierre. She
had to be put under sedation...
Suzy Parker deferred her return
to Manhattan because husband
Pierre de la Salle can't eet leive
from his job with Paris Match
mag. .ramie rerxins, me new
comer from New Jersey, who won
the title role in "Diary of Anne
r ranic, oinea at Le Pavilion with
Crown Prince Constantine of
Greece. (
Actor Lionel Stander is virtual
ly a prisoner of a hotel in Ciudad

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Trujillo. They allege he ran up a
bill of a mere $3,200. .Katharine
Hepburn, on location in Texas,
suddenly took oh for Puerto Rico
to see a dear firend . .Glenn
Stensel of "Sweet Bird of Yodth"
and cutie Maxine Arnold are a
steady date at Gatsby's. .Comic
Jack Carter and Ann Johnson,
pretty Westhampton water-skiier.
ended their long-time dream.
Esther Williams is seeing her
husband, Ben Gage,, again. Mean Meaning
ing Meaning the Jeff Chandler matter,,., is
over?. .It's a girl Talia) for the
Martin Balsams (actress Joyce
Van Patten). .Big editorial shake
up at an afternoon paper soon.
Not Hearst. .Saturday Revww
critic Hollis Alport and Nancv
Baker of "Tall Story" are a very
big hit with, each other.
Ambassador Phelps Phelps (ex (ex-Ehvoy
Ehvoy (ex-Ehvoy to' the 'Dominican "- Repub Republic)
lic) Republic) is in Washington seeing
specialists about World War 2 in
juries. .Frederick John Metz, a
guard at Sing Sing Prison, is the
newest student at the American
Academy of Dramatic Arts. He's
on the nridnight, shift in the prison
tower. ..The Laha Turner walkout
on Otto Preminger's picture re recalls
calls recalls Veronica Lake's ditto in V,
early 1950s. Never went" back. .
Those models and dogs with the
same hair bleach you see around
town are exploiting a new Heiena
Rubistein coloring for home use
. .Lloyd and Susan Willis (on a
coast to coast, tour with their act)
will be three Hbouf April 17th. .
Producer Ridgety Bullock was se
parated from the, Air f orce ano
his wife Ann last Week. . Lisa
Kirk is the winner of The Dinah
Award "for best act in night
clubs . Automotive conditions in
Detroit are not good.
Marilyn Monroe's "Some Like
It Hot" film had over twenty Le
gion of Decency people at its
screening. They usually send only
seven..."Redhead'.' choreographer
nob osse settled out of court with
his ex -mgr. to stop the lattcr's
long-time yelping. ,H. Allen
Smith is due in Vegas to do an
j "inside" series for a mag. He'll
prob'ly do it in his hilarious style,
(
boxes, for jewelry and
diffrent'Sizet,
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
. of 7tb ,SU ?3
CARLOS MOUYNES
Sub-Manager

which is always deadly. .. Priscil
la Alden, actress-model, and Ro

om inoore, aneraton noieis exec,
are.. a flew Romeo, and Julietching
. .JPhillv. .tycoon Ted Blumberg
and bride' (Helen Roth child) ad
vertised their' honeymooning at
the Harwyn. .Judy Robinson of
"Top of Stairs'" weds actor Rich
ard Morse next month. . .
Jonathan Winters, who found out
how tickle show-biz is, opens a
gift, shop .on West 56th Street.
The ex-Mrs. Erich Remaraue
dined at Cyrano's with stock brok
er William Kehoe. She revealed
that she's doing a book about her
life with the novelist. Title; ''He
Wrote the Book". ." Versailles
thrush Blossom Dearie appears to!
prefer Tony March, son of actor,
Book Award winners hsve not yet
made the best-selle, lists. ..V'tttt)
Bramble Bush" .(forthcoming .. via
Bantam Books) will raise New
EnglancT eyebrows. Makes "Pey "Peyton
ton "Peyton Place" read like a hook of
hymns. .Couturier "Fernando
Bos? doubles his income painting
the wealthy womea h frocks. .
Many of lhdiideft dates 'cancel
led by VinClibiirn" will be played
by his pal, Ivan Davis. They grew
up together in Texas. v .Don't
invite to the same hair-pull hair hairdresser
dresser hairdresser Kenneth (of Lilly Dacht)
and the Duchess of W's Claude.
TranK Sinatra"set a new firt-
week record at the Fontaineblenu
and possibly for all cafe shows.
Grossed over $150,000 ."Tbey"
Came To Cordura" has producer
wm. Goetz very nervous. The
movie his 5 million riding on it
and now censors want to snip the
scene where Rita Hayworth sets
violated by almost the entire cast
. .Looker Julia Domiger, Gotham
model, married wealthy London
lawyer Claude Mayesi ..One of the
leading nose-bob surgeons tattoos
his initials inside each new nose
so celebs can't deny his art.
Drama critic John McClain will
t)HLuense ai&ie-conireres ne.i
i
season with his own flay. .New
gruesome novelty in the B'way
snops. liny caskets with name'
plate of your favorite ingratc.
American Vignette: (he produ producer
cer producer of tha movie "John Paul
Jones", is Samuel Bronston. He
got the idea for the film (of a
Scotch immigrant boy) while
studying U.S. history to secure
his citizenship papers. .A coast
stripper now calls herself "Lizrie
Fisher". .A lad who tried crash crashing
ing crashing a party for t Linda Darnell
wound up in a hosp with S broken
ribs. .Disc-jockey Peter Tripp's
stay-awake marathon publicity
apparently paid off. Bought i
home for $40,000,. . Constance
K e r m a t h (actress-cover-girl)
decked, a West Side .restaurateur
with ;shorl"nppereut,, They arfj
calling; Maa-ADoutewnc see wn-'Uamsy-hiti
plays, iAdult South.
erns.'Vfe'a i th
Adlal Stevenson's handsome fe female
male female friend at El Morocco and
Embers had the busybodies guess guessing
ing guessing her identity iHe's now at
Montego. Bay catching his breath
. .Another Nipponese Jazz sing'
er has impressed recordinr
execs. Calls herself Ella Vaughan.
Real name is Kujoko Maruyamt
, .Aly Khan takes his son, "the
Aga," with him on many of bli!
3 a.m. night spot rounds. At Casi
Cugat they shared four gorgeom
"kooks". .Midtown Jazs Joyots
are wary of booking a famed
trumpeter because of his latest
dope rap. Too much furs (cops):
hang; around the place. :Patsy
Fearion, long-stemmed beauty up
ior a roie in "uypsy".: is sums
her Alabama lumber groom for
$24,000 annual alimony,. She has
Bo bo Rockefellers barrier. i
Insiders say "the approach td
Mav 27th and Aoril 15th tax day"
mav be the next real test period
ior. the stock, market A-tlme to be

.lERRY

'91
WASHINGTON The'Navy is
showing its friends on Capitol Hill
another explosive missile -docu
ment like the one that resulted in
the Army's histone-: court-martial
of Col. John e..Nwkerson, Jr., in.
like tbe7iersott'inemoftD6;
isavy aocumeni snarpiy-Hcouur-dicts
President: Eisenhower's e
peated assurances that tte United
States is keeptaypvmth Jijssia
mmtary;pcTOrvxr:
It estimates aisevaueBP-
that Russia will have. 5000 inter
continental ballistic missiles .in
1963 and warns that a dangerous
"missile mo" will separate -' the
U.S. and USSR beginning; in 1961..
The memo a author ; is suu a
mystery, although it sat been
traced to the t Navy's hush-hush
Long-Range Objectivegroup.-A
bibliography attached tc' the me memo'
mo' memo' acknowledges thatJhe mate material
rial material is based, in part.-upon secret
Navydocument$ -including -lop
secret study JNo. 90 ey rfonn
Coyle, two secret studies by Thom
as Phipps, ana secret report no.
1909 on the "vulnerability of com
plex targets to nuclear weapons."
Both Coyle and, Phipps belong to
the Long-Range Objectives -unit..
"The USSR has assured itself a
commanding lead in the intercon intercontinental
tinental intercontinental ballistic missile race,"
warns the unauthorized memo.
"This lead is producing vital
gap in our deterrent posture, and
with current' weapons program-.
ming, the gap wfll m widest "some "sometime
time "sometime betweeat??!' and;i963...
"Based on mtelliceiKe reoorts
of USSR production of 5 ICBlis
m laoo, esirapoiaiea on ine dssii
of US .artime production, Jpos-sible-
Soviet stockpiles of ICBMs
in 1963 is conservatively estimat
ed at aooo,' lootnote adds
"When aO our pigVammed lti
tegic weapons aronsiderect
gether, the adequacy of deterrence
dips weu down below 100 percent
after 1961, reaching a low in 1962."
RUSSIA'S MISSILI
SITES
The memo: nooh-twohs .President
Eisenhower's claim ,4nat i Russia
has no operational ICBMs, ipowr,
ing out that "at least 'a dozen
launching sites capable of hand
ling ICBMs are known to exist and
the USSR is known to have been
testing ICBMs for nearly Iwo
years.'
The document calk for more ...
tomlc submarines, ioadeal with
200-milp Pnlnrt mibeflaff tUt
.. '..'wa.wMW, umTV h.I
answer to the- Red missile threat
The Polaris missile system., -it
claims, is "the" only cdmpleteiy
uiuQMeASUiaiegia; oaiusuc ; nns5ile
systetnXspIanpett hldiaA" tte .o&'
eratec;2rtf Ejzleto;? ;lldeJ''ad. ei ei-sentially.unyulnerable
sentially.unyulnerable ei-sentially.unyulnerable beneath the.
mJutf,lWetcttt o4ha
elobe.'". '- hWuM
Wotf-The firt battle-ready Pol-,
arts missiles won't h rJHv rtw
late iwo., Meanwhile, the admir
als nave nushed up the 'fact that
two test models careened mt nT
control at Cape Canaveral; Fla.',
cuuHiigeruig several uves.
Instead of soaring safely over
the Atlantiey (both? dobped baek'
ward. One plurtfiedv Into r the Bana:-
na River near a tourist camn Th
other whipped crazily over an oc occupied
cupied occupied hangar, causiag more than
two dozen people to injure them
selves diving for safety.
SOURCE FINGERED
The State Department has hush.
ed up the name of the US official
whose rueful wisecrack, quoted in
Time magazine, touched off three
days of anti-American noting in
Bolivia.
This column can reveal, howev however,
er, however, that he is H. Lee Landerman,
former foreign aid official infLa
Paz, now hidine Jiftir atihe Ttethp.
da, Md., Naval ,JBd$r4taKbn sick
leave.
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Landerman remarked facetious-.
ly to a Time' reporter that the on-
ly -solution for Bolivia's problem?
was to divide! the country smou1
its neighbors. Hot-blooded Bouv- i
iang reacted .violently, stormmg
through La Pa' "imashing Ameri American
can American trucks and' burning the Us
flag. American citizens had to be
herded into a La Paz suburb aas
kept under 'police protection.' protection.'--
- protection.'-- Acting Secretary of State Chns-
Man Jlertef telephoned Time pub
usner Henry Luce last week ana
oeggea- iuin noi 10 repnni ianuer ianuer-man'a
man'a ianuer-man'a quote; Sut .Time editors'
could think of no way to report the
Bolivian crisis without mentioning
wnat nau caused it,
The quotation was-repeated. In
the story telling about the' riots.
The day the newt edition arrived
in the mountain republic; another
emergency. was declared.'-
iiuXURllS FOR" OFFICIALS
r V t t V
The assistant secretaries are de demanding
manding demanding little luxuries that wUI
run up the cost of the. new state
Department building an estimated
500,000.r - ''.V'- T." Vtt j-
,wuar; secretary juoug" union,
the .economic c h 1 e f, demanded
wood paneling and private toilet
facilities for his new office,' Assist
ant secretaries Livingston,, Merch Merchant,
ant, Merchant, Roy Rubottom, Walter Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson and William Rountree also
insisted on wood paneling.
;aAo extra offici had; to'Jwrrede' to'Jwrrede'-iigned
iigned to'Jwrrede'-iigned into the- TTP SecUon to a
commodate JO satterthwalte who
was promoted to asgistanl'iecret"
ry and demanded, all,; the trim
mings .&$ others; are gettingii
On too of thes extr.. tba airin.
ed-pants boys noticed ?f some un
seemly cracks in half a dozen pit
larx'Jhetween toe; floors; .They ord ord-eredb
eredb ord-eredb the concretA chinned .Awa
isn Jhe pillars-repotired, JS
they could get away with a few
extra luxuries, despite President
Eisenhower's economy drive be because;
cause; because; the building cost is fallin?
short,, of the,$49,oOQ,OO0f Congress
vrwnaie(B-ior.-ii-. aufi. figured
flneoiildrnotice if;they spent
the sayrflgsrinstead.tif turning -the
money bsck.'- t.
NIXON-LUci TICKET
Rhode island Repbublicans have
quietly organized a Nixon Luce
lb mote Riohard Nhon tot
resMnd glare Joothe Luce
. -Tii,eiiresioeni in 1960. Behind
the move are Albert Poli, Jr., Lar Lar-ry
ry Lar-ry ,Lonafdo, Marie Iamele,' Edith
INCH;lfo POUJADE
Pierre-Poujade, once a rising itar
- ench PIltI:al ne. was
fined $200 yesterday for "slander-
uFrench not Plic to Mi Mi-weekly
weekly Mi-weekly newspaper.
Tidort "BELLA VISTA
am continuing to make

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COCA-COLA COWfPLIMENT three Panami cabinet minister joined other memberg of official, businesi and banking circles of Pas-",
ima and the Canal' Zone at luncheon given by the Panama Coca- Cola Bottling Company to mark the observance of 50 years of Coca-.
Cola in, Panama.. Speaker at the event, held m Panama Hilton Hotel,-' were the company president Erie Delvalle, left; Minister of the
Treasury Fernando Ele'a, second from left.'and Fred Vaii Sant, R,e gional Manage of the Central American Division of the Coca-Cola
Export 'Corporation (not shown).- Center of photo, Executive Vice-President J. J.- Vallarine Jr, is next to Foreigns Relations Minister
Miguel Moreno and Education Minister Carlos' Sucre.: Special guests- at the luncheon also were the sons of the two founders of the com company,
pany, company, Peter King of Pasadena, Cattt( and A. W. Black, of Atlanta, Ga. ; ;

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CAPT. CHARLES C. EARLY, assistant secretary, U.S. Afmy Ca-,
ribbeaa School, Fort Gulick congratulates Sfc. Puane M. Austin
upon his reenlistment in the Arltny for three additional years. Aus Austin
tin Austin is a member of the U.S.iArny Technical Service, Headquar Headquarter
ter Headquarter and Headquarters Company.USARCARIB. School, where his
duties. jre4hose ofburing Sfedalitit.. Iebis ibeen in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone,Hwo years an ft mie ?or-rotation: io'the US' next week.
A native of Holly, Mich., his first enlistment was in October 1944.
His first reenlistment Was on Friday; March 13, 1953 and this one
also fell on a Friday, March 13,,1959 Austin's next station will be s
Fort Hayes, Ohio. (U.S. Army. Photo)

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ol tlretod machinery, the A A-merican.".Pip
merican.".Pip A-merican.".Pip 'ati4' Constmctiorl
Co., .South JGfate, Califomlfc, has
invited toe, PipemObile, a, ma machine
chine machine which lifts, hauls' and
sets 08:-teA..CQncre.te.l,j3lp jejo jejo-tion?
tion? jejo-tion? j in .opratiqDu. v
Riding; on aeven huge Si 00-25
Goodyear E&rthmover ; tires, the
machinp, ciawls, i, part f,"W ay
through "a" Bectlorf ftf pipe1, spicks
it up, waddles it to iKJSitlon,
Jockeys; It ,Jnto place 4hen beats
an orderly ttrea lot? tfye-VttejA
section. t'-f .r!?v ' v',.t'
The powerful monster, which
weighs 150. tons loaded,' is be
ing used, to build the second
barrel, of .47 inverted? siphons on
the Metronollta- .Watery. Aque Aqueduct
duct Aqueduct a; hllllon station a -Mav
supply ; artery which .nr!iair
Color ado River waters to-1 t
Angeles and San -.TMego.T :Th
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powered PiDemobile iiM Its ow
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front; A single wheel, mounted
forward at the end of a heavy-
duty hydrauljccyllnder;., carries
tne xoaawnen ine other two
front wheels- r elevated for
i line machine -to pas inside the
PVe
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Weathers, nylon, ; tupeftype.pro-
djuted by The Goodjear' Tire &
'Rubber -Conipany.'
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1 Hydraulic 1 controls permit
pipe i to be maneuvered up,
down,n sldewlse and horizontal horizontally
ly horizontally ,llor' positioning.; An hydrau hydraulic;
lic; hydraulic; lock. at. the front -end of, the
carrying- frame prevents. fthe
heavy .jjlpe ifrom sliopingv on
teep 4 slopes'; : internal expahd1-Inff-retractlnar
rams anugV a-
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Teners. a neavy-auiyi1 wmcn.;
nmchinei tonpeVate- rm alppes
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Ike Asked Jo Seiiil Federal Troops
To Break Up KilitQclcy Piclceting'

PIKEVILLE, Ky. (UPI) Inde
pendent coal operator a in -eastern
&entucKy sougni neip.treneraay
from the courts and from the
White House to break up picket picketing
ing picketing by striking members of the
unitea -mwe worsers union,
. Joe Lewis, Lexington, Ky., at attorney
torney attorney for a group of coal oper operators
ators operators in the Hazard field, sent a
telegram to .President Eisenhower'
asking him to 'send federal troops
to eastern Kentucky "to restore
law-and order."
A similar request for national
cuard trooDs was rejected by
Kentucky Gov. A.B. Chandler
Wednesday. The governor said
that reports from state police and
other sources did not indicate any
such actioa was necessary.
At a hearing yesterday before
Pike Circuit Judge James B. Ste
phenson, attorneys for the UMW
promised to end picketing in Pike
County, pending a hearing set for
10 a.m.' Monday on a request for
a temporary restraining order ask
ed by the' Pike County Indepen Independent
dent Independent Coal Operators' Aasn; :,a
Union attorneys ThurmoncTTfilt
bitts and Francis ,M. Burke said
that pending the hearine. the
JJMW would withdraw all of it
French Branch
Of Shell Sirikes
Oil Hear Paris
PARIS. March 21 (UPI) -Th
French branch of the Shell Oil
Company announced last night
that it has struck .oil in France,
about 80 miles southeast of Paris,
;A company spokesman said the'
strike gushed 898 gallons of an anhydrous
hydrous anhydrous oil in the 90 minutes be before
fore before the well was capped.
' The strike was made at St. Mar Martin
tin Martin de Bossenah at a depth be between
tween between 4,450 and 4,500 feet in Juras Jurassic
sic Jurassic limestone.
Oil has Jiever been found In that
particular region, i although it has
been found in the region of
Bordeaux and also in the Paris
region.
The sookesman said it would
take some time to determine the
richness of the find. He said dril
ling vwas started Feb. 5. by a sub subsidiary'
sidiary' subsidiary' formed" in 1957 by shell
Francaise, the French : Chemical
Products Company, the Berre re refineries
fineries refineries and the French Society of
Petroleum research and exploration.-.,-
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NEW YORK (UPI) -3 William
McCarthy, 29, and his Wife," Janet,
made an emergency landing in a
small plane In a vacant parking
lot in the Bronx last night and
walked away uninjured.
-The McCarthys, of New Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, f N.J., were flyingl horns
from, Coventry R.I., when they
were forced down by had weather
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pickets until the court could hear
the motion on its mertts,, includ

ing testimony jrom. Dotn Sides.
Attorneys for the coal ODerators
said this would mean that union
motorcades also would be discon discontinued
tinued discontinued in Pike County, pending
Monday's hearing.
Lewis, in his telegram to the
President, charged that a motor motorcade
cade motorcade of UMW, pickets Wednesday
turned into a "'treacherous mob,"
and said that residents of Perrv.
Knott and Letcher counties "fear
for their lives."
Lewis asked, "do for the citi
zens of Kentucky what you did
for the citizens of Arkansas," re
ferring to the use of federal
troops in the "Little Rock 'school
integration crisis.
Thft ffnvfrrnnr. at a nraci inn.
ference at Frankfort yesterday,
termed the request for federal
troops, "the- height of foolish
ness." He added, "this is some something,
thing, something, in my opinion, to get pub publicity.
licity. publicity. Things like that just give
us bad publicity.

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Vild Atlanta Lhase tndrm escape
Of Driver, Capture df Passengers

ATLANTA (UPI) A wild-driving
motorist, clocked at speeds
up to. 120 miles an hour in a tran tran-tic
tic tran-tic chase from Norcross, Ga.. es escaped
caped escaped under a hail of bullets
after ramming a police roadblock
here yesterday. ..
But police captured two pas passengers
sengers passengers in the car, including a 17-year-old
Spartanburg, $. C. girl.
.a The man whom police believe
was "Billy Corn," also of Spar Spartanburg
tanburg Spartanburg was almost overtaken
by Patrolman J. R. Watkins in a
foot race, after slamming into a
blockading truck on Atlanta's
Northeast Expressway.
Watkins was forced to give up
the chase when another police
officer started firing at the fleeing
man. Nearly wounded by his fel-
Aulo-Train Crash
Killing 10 Worst
In Ohio's History
XENIA, Ohio (UPD-This city
mourned today for eight Girl
Scouts and two advisers who were
killed when a train 'struck their
station wagon In one. of the worst
grade crossing accidents in Ohio's
history.
A minister whose car was following-
the station wa gon when the
v '-it I A n -t hanoened saw" the
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cur was sow open hub a mi ,u
and people were strewn all over
the field." ah tne. scout victims
were 11 years old and the dead
advisers were mothers of two of
the girls.
The girls had checked out of the
Greene County Ubrary pna
shert-jHme"' fcefor, irherev- ney
were studying for merit badges,
and were" returning home.
Bill Murray, engineer of the
Pennsylvania Railroad freight
train, speeding from Columbus to
Richmond, Ind., said the station
wagon "seemed to pause 'on" the
track1 if a-omr- to stop, then
rnntiniied across the track."
The double-track crossing at the
outskirts of Alpha, a small com community
munity community three and a half miles
west of this southwestern Ohio
city, Is unprotected except for
crnnsarm aim.
The Rev. Alvin Klotz of the
Reaver' "Creek '.VChUrch "of 'the1
Brethern, 'Where' the Girl Scouts
held their meetings, was following
the ill-fated station wagon, but he
didn't know who was in it.
After the train struck, the min
later said "there were two or
three bodies close to the car but
the others were scattered In the
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low officer, -Watkins. turned to call';

Watkins. turned to calKthe worst actress of the year:
. fire,-and the driver! "I wm treasure' thT distinction

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disaiPoeared.
io ocapants oi me car ine
teen-age girl .and, a 47-year-old
Cnarlotte. N. C. man wera ar
rested by police and held for
questioning., r ,,-.
rne gin. ., bouise Buiman. re..
portedly.raa away .from- home to
elope wrth Corn. The -other man
being held n an open charge
was Harold Walters.
They were taken to the Gwinnet
County jail in Lawrenceville, Ga.J
wnere pouce were trvms to fle-
lermine wnetner to press burglary
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cnarges agamst Hie pair.
Lamar Crow, Gwinnet County
deputy sherif, described Miss
Bullman as a "pretty girl who
seemed to be suffering from lack
of sleep'." He said the girl has
been listed as a missing person
since last Thursday.
Officers said they found some
articles in the car and thev r
checking to see if any of the men
chandise was reported stolen by
stores in me vicinity.
The pursuit started about 4:35
a.m., when John K. Everett, a
Norcross policeman, tried to
catch up with the speeding car.
, As Everett nulled aloneslde. the
driver swerved and forced the of-
iieer off the road onto the
shoulder of U. S, Highway 23.
avereii raaioea aneaa to uora uora-ville
ville uora-ville police to set uo a road block
but the motorist was goine too
fast and they didn't have a chance
to stop him.
The speeding ear was clocked
at 120 miles an hour down the
expressway. The driver slowed
down near the Brookwood station
and his auto struck the rear of
a blockading tractor-trailer truck.
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AT THE FRENCH SOCIETY HALL "0' STREET N 4-7-58

OnsMonaay; Marsh 23,
1959 at seven o'clock
p.m. this lecture) will
also be given In Colon,
on Tuesday Marqh 24,
7:00 p.m. th.
Dunbar School
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DURAlGO', Mexico-iliU Hay Hay-worth
worth Hay-worth responding to the- Harvard
Lampoon's designation of her as
always.; P hope all of you pass
your examinations.",
WASHINGTON .The Defense
Department in' explaining 'the val value
ue value of three atumiv explosions in
spaeei".t ,t,uji wT'i
iMExploper ,cjy. foliecied data
from t hese South Atlantic shots
and thist data will be released
through normal icientjficchannels
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left out of New York's Sty PaV
rick's Day mareh: ; l
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arouna nere tor nme aays.

UNITED NATIONS tsnnfll'
Ambassador Abba S. Ebaa-Iis.
opening his complaint against a
United Arab Republic blockadtf
Israeli ship, ffem- the C""'1".'
"We are going to persist until 'v
redress is achieved."
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XENIA, Ohio The RevTXrvm -Klotz
whose tar was followipeji i
station wagon Jlit by a train kill killing
ing killing two women, and eight Girl
Scouts: ,t .'!.'
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tincan. People were
over the field."

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ng0mnt f thlr diughttr, 0ll Patricia Chrlitlnt, ( Lt. (If) Hfr Hfr-fcirt
fcirt Hfr-fcirt -Charlts Oawsn, ion of th lata Mr. and Mr. Chrlfi WMIlai"
Dwton f Diabla HaigMi.
.' Mitt Blank, a anduitt el th Canttnarv Ctllai for Wamtn t

Haelctttitpwn, N.J., It pr$ntly ampleytd y th Army at Ftrf
1lt1?arwsan tttttM tha Univnlty af 4qj4j
initad tiiim tha U.S. Marchant Marina Atan ir KlnM Taint,1
1,'ani Island, N. Y. Ha hai baan aitlgnad hara at a Ida te kaar Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Gaerga Walat, commandant of tha Fifteenth Naval District.

Maumalaw V.'.W.

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morial Post 3878. VttaraM of For

igD Wirt, will havi in alacUpn
of officer! Monday tvining it tha

Poit Homa in Cristobal. Dinner

will ba farvtd t 1:30, with tha
regular, buslnass maating it T:S0.
Nomlnationi for tha officii in
W. W, Rowlind ind W. T. Strick Strick-lind,
lind, Strick-lind, post comminder; O.T. Brown
lie and R. W. Smith, senior vie
comminder: J. Homely ind R.

Melendei. junior vice comminoer;
J. Ltlildler, quirtermiiter; D.
BUismin ind F. Witson, post
ch s pis in; R. Ejier ind W. Wink Wink-s,
s, Wink-s, poit advocate; J. Bediworth
indT. Drohin, iurgeon; W. Gir Gir-ner,
ner, Gir-ner, R. Pajse ind H. Tnkl, thru
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happy BIRTHDAY American Lesion memberi celebrated thi ornnliition'i fortieth birthday lun-,

day with cocktail pirty it the American Legion Club it Fort Amador. Shown cutting'the ciki ire

Mrs. Dorotny Knox, presioent M utui unt, ina vm rijema, commanaer n roat una, -'; r . f

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Capt. and Mrs. Nilsan
Travfl In furepa
fcapt. and Mrs. Jens Nllsen of
Diablo have been enjoying two
trins-Atlintic sea trips ind i
ihert stay in fiuropean cami'
Among other stops, they vi
d London and Amsterdam, they
arte due fo return to tha Isthmus
((ton.

Orchid Society Displays

Blooms Today, Tomorrow
J4ybrid orchids from various
pats c-f the world, n well as the
mire familiar local varieties, will

ba? on display today and tomorrow
It the Balboa USO-JWB.
I
tThe Canal Zone Orchid Society,
sponsoring the show, announced
that the exhibit will be open until
this evening.

pe public is invited to attend,

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Springtime Dance
Teniont at Cristobal
the first day of apring will be
marked this evening at t dance
at the Cristobal YMCA.USO-a-

ginning at 8 p.m. Special contents

have been planned by the pro program
gram program council.
Members of the Girls Service
Organization will serve as junior
hostesses, and music will bo fur furnished
nished furnished by the Ivan Thorpe combo,
Float Reserve Auxiliary
'fasts Singe Plrty SK
Memoers of the Fleet Reserve
Auxiliary ware hostesses at i bin bingo
go bingo party for patients at Gorges
Hospital this week. The party was
held in the Rid Cross lounge.
Hostesses were Mn. Piggy
Beard, Doris Orr, Joyce Henke
and Wildi McPhill. Homemidi
cakes and; punch were served,.

amllton Funds Inc. announces 45th

consecutive payments to shareholders

Board of Directors of

Htfnflton Funds', Inc. has de de-clIrdQ'a
clIrdQ'a de-clIrdQ'a quarterly dividend ol
4c. per ahari from investment
lncoini and 12c. per ahiri from
aeeufltlei profit on Sirlw H H-C7
C7 H-C7 Shares. Tlie dividend on Be-riesH-DA
Shares Is 3c. per
share from Investment income
tnill2,41e. P Jjre from ie ie-StKtpMHt".
StKtpMHt". ie-StKtpMHt". AU dlvldendi
are payable April SO, 1959. to
shareholders of record Noon
Mountain Standard Tlmi, April
iAca TrVilit fUrsl veiar-find

dlYidend brlnaa total dlvldendi

paid in the paat u montnn on
Series H-C7 Shares to Uc. from
investment ineome and 12c.

frAm serurttiea roflta. Durlnp.

the same period. Sirlea H-DA

RViarea hltf nald He. ffOm In

vestment income nd UViC.

from aecurltlea profits.

In announeirT HHmlJton'i 48th

onsecutive aymint, to ,ihre-

holders. --'Hamilton resident

karold rfuber pointed out that

Hamilton assets now total more

thin 1110 million as compared
to under $68 million a year ago.

He also announced that during

the first two months of 1959
the company sold investment
plans callini for total payments

Of 130,278(857, competed' 16' $1B,-

878,300 for the same period laat

year. "The months ahead,"

Huber added, 'promlai to be a
monj? the most prosperous our
nation has ever seen, We view
our ereatly increased sales as a
measure ,4f thi confidence by
the Investing public In the
viBoroua hialth and itringth of
OM' economy ."
Hamilton now ha 90,000 in

vestors a a compared with lass
than 60,000- investors luat a

yair ago.

IITHIL MllflON
Paralsa
The Jethel Million Chureh ef
Paraiao will obairvi tt's 17th an anniversary
niversary anniversary tomorrow at 1 p.m.
A program conilating of iddreii iddreii-as
as iddreii-as and vocal item hai been pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared for the occasion. Among the
contributor! severil ministere
and local lyangilicil churchu on
both ildei of tW Iithmur
A ipeclil ffature, of the Fr
grim will be thi Bethrt Stiri,
tiny-tot linging group directed by
Miss Judith Stewirt.
The chureh will tlso observe thi
tnditioml Good Friday service on
Fridiy, with m ippropnate three three-Hour
Hour three-Hour lervlci which, will beg ft
noon ind ind at I...
Seven speakers will dlicuaa the
Seven Worda of Christ woken on
th Cross. Addreaiei will be tnter tnter-spersed
spersed tnter-spersed with iilectid vocil num-
bThi pistor, the Rev. Wildabi
H. Stiwirt who will be In charge
of both lervieii ind the member-
r. a.iM i AlaaitMSi .i' Tam

imp exienn wsof
frlindi.

IAPTIIT CHURCH
The First Baptist Church of Bal

boa Heights will observe P 1 1 m

Sunday tomorrow wim i.wmw
.rf rhnlr at the 10:40 service, S"Vg-

ne qireciing me scum, m

Bob Dahlstrom, tne cnapei cnojr,
if tt l'6n Hunlicate service the

sppclil music will be provided by
Mrs, DorothV Chamn end Mikl

Wilson. Th Rev. William h. eee eee-by
by eee-by will deliver the message at
both mornin? services; his topic,
''The Mysterious Tomb,' will be
centered around the- itrange chir
icier of Joseph ot Arimathai!;
answering thi ouistioni si to why
i rich man would dig his own tomb
28 miles awiy from his home in
t)l,ee wharf crlmul wer bur burled.
led. burled. At the Sunday School session at
9:30, additional pledges for the
"Show Your Filth" tfimpugn VH
be urged; at least 150 mori pledg pledges
es pledges will be necessary to .assure
success. Tha ght departments of
the Training Union ind niw mem members
bers members fellowship will meet at 6:30.
The evening service will agf'n
feature special music, one gr n
pf which will be the men's quar

tet. The Rev. ueeDy win cuuuuu
the series of messages on Revel,
tion, speaking on the 10th chapter,

ine iiwie oo o
Everyone is Invited to all aarv-

icis. Nurairiei are provwoa, xour
oarkinp areas are avfilable ind
the auditorium is air-conditioned-

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(Presented by the Depirtment
o Christian Idutltim if thi
Episcopal Church In the Mil
sienery District ol rho Panama
Canal Zone)
Your Ivening llble Reading
St. Matthew Stt7-
IS IT IT
"As thev did tit. he laid. Verl-

y I say unto you that one of you

Willi betray mi. And they. .
began every em ef them to iay
unto him, Lord, la tt IT",
Whit an amazing revelation this

Is, of the dreadful insecurity of

these men in their loiylty to Je

sus! Every single one of them

knew in his heart that be could,
that hi night, betray his Master.

Every one had to ask sorrow

fully ind fwrfujly,, "la It I?"

Call lt weakness in .them if you

will. In sense it is. They were
pitiably wtak. But hen is evi evidence
dence evidence thit they were it lust
beginning of strength. A few days

earlier they hid been wrangling
over who should bi greatest in His
kingdom. Now they are beginning
to wonder if they can meet the
test of admission to His kingdom
rt all.
Thi realization of oni's weak weakness
ness weakness ii always the beginnings of
qne's strength. This weikness
seems to be part of our human
nature is It Is buffeted ibout in
this world. But the wonderful thing
about our knowledge of God is
that He does not judge nor con condemn
demn condemn us because of this weakness,
Judimant ind condemnation

coma because of our failure to

ask. thii significant question,
"Lord, ii I?".
Self -examination with honesty
cm do wonders toward receiving
the purifying ipnsence of God
within tis. When we offer our
weikness to God, He cm then
begin to make us strong in Oit
power of His might. ;
Our dally priyen can will
begin with the question, "Lord Is

it I?

IMF UP MIAT ITRIKI

KONRADSR1CUTH, Germany

tUPD R'lidlnti of Una Bavar

ian vlllfge nive neereq up weir
mast ttrika" asainst tha town's

four butchers. Offieiala at the of of-fi'is.
fi'is. of-fi'is. workshona' ind oter plaoee

of imployment confluct I mom mom-in
in mom-in lanriwleh search every day.

Thev eonffaeate inv illces of

miit found in lunchboxirs. leav

in" the oTindiri with only, th
oulturit igrnment with thi Iraqi

bnd of their sannwienas.

Concerl To Feature

Visiting Musicians

A program of sacred music will

be presented on April by a group
of visiting musicians in a concert

sponsored by a committee of em

it zone pastors,

a- a(uc tjai aiigiiiaiii.1, vvaiu una y
Ipeared on t ',felep1toWe Hour"

unoer me name or "Lee rainax,'

and was formerly with the Phila
delphU ODera Company, and Lu

cU'e Jamison, soprano, summer

soloist with the Boston SymphonV

Orchestra and known to overseas
troppa in concerts arranged by the

va. government, will be, the iea
tared soloists. -Wiip

aiso lopemnt with' the group

win be Neil and Pitrlcii Macu Macu-lay
lay Macu-lay and Viola Eshelman. The

grouo of Christian artists in mak

ing a tour of Central and South A

mencan repuDucs, in eacn case
making aooearances srjonsored hv

local commltteea. Proceeds from
the concerts go Jo a. local inter inter-denomlmtlonal
denomlmtlonal inter-denomlmtlonal religious or cultur cultural
al cultural project.

The concert will take Place In

the billroom of the Tivoli Guest
Housi ind tickets may be obtain obtained
ed obtained it the churches which are cc

operating in the project. Announce
ment of other ticket distribution
points will be made later.

included in the committee of
pastors is Rev. Williim Beiby of
the Balbo Heights Baptist
Church, the Rev. Milton Leldlg of
the Curundu Protestant Church,
the Rev, Elmer Nelson of the
Church of the Nazareni in Ancon.
and the Rev. Robert Gusslck' of
the Redeemer Lutheran Church in
Balboa.

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At 'sixty, with their children

rrnwn and tone from home, they

sold the big- old-fashioned house
that was dark ind gloomy ana

bought a light, cheerful, conve

nient. modern house.

xne cnange in nouses nas not
only lightened their house and

vara wont, ongoieneu
tneir .oeraonalities,. too.

AT yeatSlid fheyef e mWi

around in a nouse tnat was cneer cneer-ful
ful cneer-ful enough when, four children

and their friends were about, but

which became mighty dirk and
quiet and depressing wjhen there
were only two left in a house
built for i young couple a per perfect
fect perfect house far two. And even

thwg'h..tiheyareaiot a young. oour,

pie the house makes them feel
if they were.

Once again they are having the

fun of fixing up a home, just to

suit the two of ,them. The yard
Is small because there is no

longer any need for a large one
and they hvi had, enough of the
back breaking work of keeping up
a large yard.
Then in no. extra rooms in
thi houie thit hive to be clean cleanedbecause
edbecause cleanedbecause they hivi just the
space thit they use eviry.day.
And th new house has built-in
conveniences that the old one
lacked, so thit day-to-day living
is much simpler and easier.
People outgrow their lurround lurround-ings,
ings, lurround-ings, just as they outgrow other
things. But often a couple will
cling to thi old background and
live in a big, old house like a
couple of ghosts instead of facing
the fact that they are "just two"

once again and that the kind of

home they mid ii a house for
two, not i house for a family.

Today's hand will almost miki
seven no-trump. There m 3.2 top
tricks and, unless East and Wist
are careful in their discarding,
tbey ire likely to wind up in
squeeze; y
It ilso mikes seven clubs with without
out without my trouble -ilncl the Igth
trick is produced by ruffing n
heart with one of North's trumps,
When played 'iff a Dallas dupU
cat moit. Spiith'lJlii'iri 'testtandv

ed with two clubs ind thi hind

wouna ud at eunar six eluhs nr

ona -aoutn. pjtyir .resppnded
three clubs and when North, ev eventually
entually eventually bid four no-trump to isk

for Ices, South reelizid thit Jmh

was in trouble.

fortunately, this South and his
partner were using my modifies modifies-tion
tion modifies-tion of thi Blickwood Convention
which allows player to 111 bofit

i wo aces w anowtiw fli his over
bid earlier In the hand.

South responded five clubs to
North's four no-trump. It wis ob obvious
vious obvious to North that South held at

least one ace for his three-ch)b

oiq. aiso jNorw Knew that it south

new exictly one ace he would

nave snown it. Hence South was

marked with two aces ind not too

mucn on in sme.

When North bid his four nn

trump, hi hid punned to go to

seven no-irump u south1 could

snow iwo icei ana i wng, but the

iive-ciuo Dia warned n m awav

and ha contented himself within

aia seven ciuos.

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ALTMAN'S

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Sportswear

PRESENTS

LUCHO AZCARRAGA

vir Sahirali
6:30 io 7:00 9M,

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'HI-

GOING to the INTERIOR

FOR HOLY WEEK?.

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You'll need
plenty of

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We hav in every size, every typo
Color film or black-ond-whlte, we're headquorters for Cdak
Film. Our stocks ore always complete, elweys feHryfreH
... end alwoyi conveniently datomerked fer yeur preleitien,
Keep plenty of film hand and you'll always b ready fer '.
those oncc-Hn-a-lifetime snapshots. See us for Kodak Film 0.
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'THE VOICE 'OF i
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. bf Dorofhy Killgallen

COOK DIVILOPS SMALLPOX
TOKYO (UPI) Medical ax-
aminatlona were ordered yeiter yeiter-fy
fy yeiter-fy for 262 'round-the-world tW?r tW?r-ists
ists tW?r-ists most of them Americans
who may have been exposed to
smallpox ibpard Swedish lu
ury liner,"-: v.-;
Brick Wlnnberg, 1 Swedish took
The eximinations were onlaij'd
by the Jipanese Welfire Ministry
aboard the liner Kungsholm, de

veloped smalpox.

The liner left New
10. Winberg boarded
in New Zl"d 8Pd
Manila. "-'v.

York Ja.
the vessel
lift it in

IROAbVfAYrORAPiyiNt-
pncVafaller's i. next

important political move win- ba
to make it clew thit hi'll -ehooii

his own man to run wr ayw-w
Niw York in the next elections.,.

Although Rock Huason, eieroe w
he the blggest.bpx .office draw
my Broidwiy.,..mtf licit, cpuld

aha an lmnortim memoer w

the creative nan wr i ww
Ing "Siratoga Trunk" would wa

fer Howird f Keel 1 fp the maie
lead, with Anna -Maria Alberghettl

as- MiJNMftm

The lid u trui o"ywo .f:
u.. u ivf 1ah rnatellfl died

lmoit broke, s;i,Thereiaii-f

a ex-movie 'nueen : inc? -m 1 nw
h.n onuiH Veiult in sordid hlid

l'nes unless sne aecioes jo prweei
the third person involved?,1, .pUai
Barrvmore. about to embaTk on I

mtinnai tour of v Tennessee Wil

llims' "Garden District, AopM
to get such gcod not eel she'll win
thi Oerildlne Pige role" In the LoJj
don production, SwejMfeij?

xouin."

Chleigo model Carmelita -Clbbi
has flpwn to Mlsml to cltler
jockey Willie Hirtack. regarded
is "under fire"-' because of thi
nninlons hu IxnreiSld about prtil

nd riclng finii '.Show 1 m

experts who- witf10.'Ph!ltdel!Bhli
to catch "Destrv Rldis Aglin"

report that it's great, and Dolores

uray is wonaenm in . .urns

marches on, and never : undeMi

timate the power of a oman:

idvirtlnmehti for thi Cisa cu cu-git
git cu-git rud, "Abbr Upe andtBer
Revue WITH Xavlir Cugat f and
Hit Orchistri'M (Cipltils,- ixcli ixcli-mf
mf ixcli-mf tion marks and. no'i ot lur lur-prist,
prist, lur-prist, ours,) ." :'
Singer Jack Scott, drafted'
month ago, is bedded in an Army
hospital it : Fort Knox and msy
require surferyJt'i'en tilcer aiu
ment the lime thit hoipUallgid
him last yeir when he wis a
clvuiin with, t'mwe;')ty
lve." i 4 .y' 5
Simmy Divls,, Jr. opening iit
the CopiPibim 1 was a milor
triumph. Singing, dancing, doing
marvelously, exact '" Impirsons-

uons and lust usually communi communicating
cating communicating with the ludlanee. he dis

played a rare, intensely dramatic
talent of 1 kind seldom on view
In night clubs ,paul Gregory

wants to produci -1, iv series
based 'The Marriaia Go Round,'

and itirrinr Clauditte Colbert

and Cnirio aoyet, -s ,v.y ,v.y-,
, ,v.y-, ."The Piary Of Anne JTrankv"
aura to win lerlQui- critical y ac

claim, will let Impressive supnoit

from the. National Council of

Churches as we;i, Delegates, had

special preview, icreenlng 4n
Wasnington. DA ,v
Johnny Mercer and Gone D

Paul have written a very funny
version of the Weddlnk i March.

titled "The Hsppy B8cfielor,v or
The Courtshle W Milee Davfi,",,,

FORBtDDEN II
""-f I Si
i :l .Ul
I Soon O BELLA VISTA

k well-known iroidwiy gambler
has bet 11,00' tt haMlckey ManUo
won't play 140. games this season
. .' .Bob Smith, who graduated to
the role, of nil-Ufa restaurateur

after playing- In "Auitie Mama"
with Roe Russell, is dating his
pretty girl, Pattl McLaughun.

1 Miki3, Vour wigers now. Gov.

Robert Meynir voi New Jersey
hisn't pnyer of getting the De
mocratle nomination for the oresi-

dency. He won't even get 50 per

cent 01 nis own state'r oeiegiuon.
It' aUUr looks like Adlii Stevenson

no mitter.whit he siys. (After
all, ;he Hid Wj before-j-very
eloquently ind imuswgly but hi

nn, iuitnhMimt):,ri

If you can contemplate the idea
of. floor show-It lunch time, the
cilpso ; spot known 11 th tle
of umbo is about to embark On

Just that Policy. .Johnnie Ray's

opening performanci it the Pa-

iica.Tneatre in London, was iuch
a blockbuster that ,the v 'ovlews
raid as If his mother hid written
them, and even the -traditionally
ctjntitneej London Tmeji was com compelled
pelled compelled to describe hli reception as
tumultuous.'ri i ;-
' Utln-Amerlcin Clrclei are bus
8lng ibout the possibility of a
headline-making', '''trsdt; between
Fidel Castro and Rafael Trujlllo
of the Dominicin Republic Tru
jlilo to return Bitliti to Cuba If
Oistro will promise not to organ organ-lie
lie organ-lie a revolt in Trujlllo's county.

Blrtlsh actor Richard Burton
figures on living a quarter ot a
million dollirs in taxes by switch
ing his domicile from England to
Switierland.; v
Pattl Piigi's husband, Charles
O'Curran, is mourning the death
01 his mother.r.Everyone In the
miiilc colony, Ji delighted by the
virioui iwirdi belne bestowed

upon "Glgi'. bt someone ought

10 oresm tip. af, speciat laurel
wruth for St Seedier, who la res.
ponsible' for the .tsstiful and im
sglnatlv sdvertlilng thit brought
so miny fans into' ; the : Sutton
Theatre. 'i-.y .".'
..One of the singers scheduled to
appear4n Alan Lomax', 'Tolksoni
'AU-' nnnavt, at. Tarnaala UalT

f April's ii currentlyj rehearsing in-

a Mississippi ju. mis name ta
'Bama Stewart, and Lomax (who

Irates. him- as one. of the v finest..

voices in the folk field) bopts to
iprlng him in time for the show.
, t of the Flower Sfhow,. at
least with the-locil waives: Fatrl.
di Murphy'l displs? of thousands
of orchids and three beautiful
girls. Even.1 Dick Cowel, undeN
standably blue "jver his roarltil
explosion, his mide' tbe scene-

VERSAILLES, France VPI) W
Delegstes of 100 American worn"
en's clubs in seven f Europeu
countries ire meeting here 'o die die-cuss
cuss die-cuss ways of improving relatiQJi
ships between American nd En En-ppem
ppem En-ppem women,; l; 1

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UNITARIAN
? T)ie Unitarian Society
; . 10:30 t.m. ?;:f';-r",
Aneoa Blvd. and MAmw Flaw.
Your Invitation to
; .liberal Reflgten.-
Baptist
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3:00 Sunday. School
7 :30 Salvatioh Maatini
Union Churches
9A ThSV. Otaar Ml. OUan, PMtea
Salkpa.P.oad at San Pakja Sttaat
paator'i phoni
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1:30 .m.-Churh Sobaol. Pra fcu
aarvlaa. Clawaa (or all agaa. k
0!l a,n.-.Worahp Barvlca Church
Tim. Btary Hour lot Klndargartan
and Primary Chlldrtn. Church-Time
fradla Roll and JJuraary
1:00 1.m.-P0Jt High Fellowship.
. J:30 p.m-:00 ,m. Junior High
fellowship.
!7:0 pjn.-Snfor High Fellowship.
MARGARITA
FaJnaai.fllca. l-g42. Bea M4M
, Classps, rtll'aery iprouan iiuiiu
11:00 i nii pwming varn)P.
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A eompleta schedule of auxiliary e
tlVltles and official meetings
as on
liounced from week tp wtchi
Bav. Walker M- Aldertoiw PatPi
J'OiH .47M Baa lt-130 (
"IilO i.m Iunday School ,;
Q:tp a.m Morning Worship.
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filn announced
a-aaaaaaa aja naiajMII.1 anj i. fw
tint Church of Chrut. Beiaptiat, ApP
" 660 Ancon Boulavpraj
' Sunday Servlcea 11:0 ajn. Bundap
fchaol
Wadneadav 1:00 B.s, V
a.pjin. Ann. IAS Ba I boa Boad Open
Wallv axrent Sundays and holiday from
1:3 to 11:30 a m. and 1:30 tf :
iaturriatf- e-.Kl to 11:3 a.m.
T Bvehihg Hours 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. txeapt
iweaneagavi in wnvraaya.
v riBBT CHURCH Or tHW3T
J? All idhurcH aervlc wB.-fbe( heM tn
the Ground Floor Boom pf ,tha,,MaaonJa
Temple In CrlslAlil nt door to In
Margarita FlorlMl, Entrance l on' Btl
boa Avenue through Hip ft We. ;. f; (
. Hunria RarvlM a.m.
: "Wednesdny Evening' TealtmnntaMMeat.
inr :uu .o ciocK.
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"" Beading Room Houra Monday I :0
TP 410 .. wanpaawvraiPii m na
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At uklli aarvtaa. Tki fintm Amarican litakalwt ky daaam
Pftiinf. artcay 4 kaut it watakip a4 atkai ftflulat iatlvjtiaa.
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if a twa centraattant it litrii' "OtkM CkvrakM IwvlaM
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Sunday Uawwi liOO. IKK), tiM an
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ConlwuJbni. Sattirdij. IJO ie ItW
and 1:00 to 1:00 p.m Tbur4js bWara
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Catachia aat nflat.ikt llCi fiaai
Mink leViaoi tud Ciuk f M MV PP
Wadnaady.- ... nn.
lACKfcO HiUS
USta
Day 1:10
aurniiT k.
unqa MMa. a
Haly Pty mum' litl and
Hay
ConlaMionai' taUtrdai l:M to aiOO and
ii p 1:00 pm. .TkuraOay ftaiara riral
rri;Hairt)aVailoi l80 pjm, aa
rridaya J' i ...
, cataaniw ciawi tsu w ia m
nmraoay, .... .".
,pl)M UOt 0 f ATlMi
unoay Maw at :M a.a
Holy Bay um at lift,
ConiiMlppa! itOS ta iitt
IV UOt O f ATlM4Coraap
4 njkt.i
U am m lit-
Catofcu Ctajai latunpu liM la ID
t. JOBtrB-Pantaa
aundrj MiMaa t. T0 analiU i.i-
Hoiy Day Mwtl iifo p,oa.
Conraufonii lalmiay :W !S and
Cataehlmi Claaai Juntas tm 1 440
'" pWetiiaui M4l ovanai fMI
un rriday
. Csnvart
lnitruUM i;tJ:kiMiiiii ':iiW
. it. VlNCENfliMinia City. )
iunday Mmaai liM and 3 a.m.
Haly Day Hawaii lito- and 10 P,m
(It it all on aturday ttt Maaaai art
:0Q and IJO i.M.i
Cbntatwemn fatwday tiM V) ItOO a
ml
iiwv ip m m ni
pjn TnUrady kiiprp fl;
rrioay I a
Hlracuioua Madii Naviiia and Sta.
tinnm tj oi Cvttmi PVlHaif fjlfl n.m.
Catechinn Claw; Aftar ;3b naw on
sunaay -. ,,,,.)
rhiirdv ;'
Con van Claw. am. Tuaiday anf
. BPPPPSPP a t
olv Da Mawi :90 am (It It fall
on Saturday-iiio am,
catcchiam quwi i; t inn pm pn
CPDiawiPMi iipo w p:iP a.nvpunoij
sr. Mr'MAirrM!, alu
Sunday Mama. 140 and W a.m.
TrUt"MWi' iilO :,Maif-- Xhura
'n ana tat Pi ml Prldav maul 1:00 am
Holy uay.nawaa- r.v mm, tp anw
ConJaMionii iJ0 to. (40 and tan to
.(W p.m. en Saturday
MirltUlAua mmv unvpnai rrioar iwii
P,B3 '''I' L'. -1'-:..'"L.."i 'H'Zii.
caiaoniim vian. ajau p.m. n tmnaa?
PI. rHKKkll'-.U 'jpp
convtn ciawi atanoay iu p.m.
m 01iHf,M sjii" '
Sunday MasV'l :0 k,nr
Holy Day MaM. a:3t) P.m.
Confeaaionii: Saturday t:30 to 7:M p.m
rhuwday befort firat Prldav 6:80 pnv
catcchiam Claaai l:la am on Sunday
Saerad Baari Navana M pm on
conven Kiami t;v ro. w
ATUNTIt; JIDB
:fTroiKFH'frC!a
Sunday Masse
liOV and t:ll a.m
Holy Day Mawaa
ii 1:43
god two a.m
mfkA ilift
Coniaaioni naiurpay eiw aim e
liOO ta 1:00 P.m.
Miraculous Medal NVni W4nda
l. an tiw pan
9
Heart No vert. Prlda lilt
Sunday Bypnln Service t ioo pop,
Conv?l Claaai Till P.m pn Mondays
and.thuraday.."" i'" ":?;'
. uatKitiem w aw amway joji a.m w
tli4 am. liOO p.m, to :oo pm.
Pint Prldae-EraiM Uan of Modi BlW.
ad Saeramanl til day ItanoalMpn-t MO
a.m. Saturday morning,
First Saturday pavotion n wrbtpy
at Ftlm-Th Holy Boaaw-tiM !?
First Communion Instruction for ehll.
dran Monday, and Thursday liM to
; MlBAOUUliaV'MJCDAb-rttnal
Sunday Mass: fioo. 9:00 and I0ia m,
Halv Day Maasati :00 ;00 a.m .and
all BJII
bpniesuens: aaiuraaj w IO a ivy ana
;:00 to ami pm. Alter Koaary eacn eve.
alno.
Miraculous Medal Novenki 3:14 and
KM) p.m. on Monday. : i
Catechism Class: After i:00 Mas an
Sundav.
Fuot Ft day fxpapHIW all dy durU
in ncnnoi eai.
,,ri1 HWfdai't Mm f tm an,
HOLf FAMILI CRVRCIt la Margarita
Iiunaay atassa i i ao, ihio, ti:. m
"Imt Saturday Mfl !oW,
8:00 a m,
i D.r
Miraculous Medal Novena 1:00 a.m
Holy Say Maaaes- ? M p.m v J:1S pm
Confession ,. :43 tint to. 4:43 p.n)
mm. MnnJ.m '.''
Parish family Boaary and
Benediction a.v.-.-.:..
every Wadnesday.
PlMUWlan Inquiry Group
every Friday
- 1st. Friday Devotion .
1st Saturday Devhtfon ,
IflO p ip
la out
?:00 p ip
'o p m,
. 17 s VIMCKJITPHalnPoai
und Mne ;Bft ra
a.m .,1 t .
Cits
and l:Ki
Holy Uay Masse1: nm a.m and ;0
om.-,'.
Ccntewions, 4:(k) to I tOP and IJ0
- iBiawniBBii BjiaH hi m'tMi ouitakP
rjCnvrfc ClaaTevayp;.. Monday. a.; 7:110
; miraculous ajeoai noxertai iw or
Bacriv .p-anaAo ;am" pp.
w;':'.rii-;.'s' ; W'-gT.
iainpuvt.afB tumttrrsuai oataa
.t
OmfeaalMVc: :3 in 0 aa.
tardea.. o ,"
k, lUB U01I IP 0h COtflSH.
Bunas y Masses: J:00 end. liM a nt.
Hoi1 Da Maaaa. a:pn a m and-1:03
pmr Wrtt- Kiinul (:
MMioM Saturday, at 4 P4 jnd
afjef all ivpnlng devotluna JfJ
Bsbtlam' py Ippolnlment iff
t,Mi.nKuUw .Mrtel tiwenas.. fwi'im
, T.ta ., ,.
tsumiay scnool. 30 pm Mo Sunday
drn..4:(0 ami a Thuwirt.v.
Bellalniis Instruction (m adUlta ifap
J,
Cenvsrt tnatrurtlons- by pppolnunnil

CHURCH

Canal Zaai. aai k tarmlMl c&laa
Tka !. Hebat UeHaa, B.T
IH Paw Bj; auH 4. Petaraoa.
LJir'.e B.TA Daaa f
-1 : aintiiK 1
,TI CATHnAL oj BT. LUM
sun days ,; ''tv.Y:"X;,
Iao put Hoiy communion,
ilk ajn Chuieh Behao) (Hi
rialf Com
M ttnlfaaa, Blianaiaaajii
tafannvii ese ap UIIM,I p. '.
( JO g4. Banta ComMuruoa. Ird lu
ituel UominWalay.,., Ill av
110 ij Mortuni Prayer and Bar
mpn, Haiy vommunion in aunoiy
.T:op a-P avenin Mrviea. ,. -'.-.
BUNlbaU)AVB
4 JO am Holy Cnmmunlc
1180 r Ivanin Prayer.
HULV DAT
:00 4 Haiy Communion. ?
I'M a w Hply 'Xommuniaa
dill ta. llamlna Pravat
VsOO Mi."a Missionary' Prayara,
COCOU
Church oi pt Aadrpw
Tpe Bav William w
Biidwta.
fiaai In Ckargp.
IUHDAVI
HPCvminunlRB ... tiM
Churia School f, fiM JB
i (Aisp Holy Communion Ind.
Morning Prayer Saraton UBO i.m
Sunday each month.
EDNBSDAV8 ...
Holy Cenuaunipa IiOMjb
' COMBaVL
Ckapal M tka Uiwai Ikaahatd
: Tka Bav, Clareace W Hayaa,
Meat la Chff
ftUPAYB
Morning Prater.
8:00 ajn:
(H.O. ftrat friday ob Monthl,
)AI1KA
SL aimnai's f!hnsh
Th Bat, ohn Snpar Priaat In Chargt
vnorei vuenarisv pnp aerv
UNDAVB :
XhureH Ichool-. ....... 1:00 om
(piseopal Voun Churebman 1:00 p m
and FB1DAV
Morning Prayer and Hflly
Communion if..u..r.Vi.. flW im
Evening-Prayer i t,00 p.m
Woman1 Auxiliary. Ind in
WEDMISDAYS A THVRIDATS
Holy Communion ., T :00
Morning Prayer :0
Bvanlpg ffyar. f ...mm... ,tiO0
4B
t
P4P
SaTuhdavs
family Eucharist
Qflle el Complin
8:30 a.m
1:00
pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter'e Chnreh
The Be, ohn Spear, priest IP Chargl
Morning Prayer and Churok
BohpoJI,
.... 1 1. .....
K JP
mon
fiw'S!"?'.
l.a.m,
. wonnrmstion etas
io;.m
cngrai; sucnarut an r
Holy Baptism :00 heon
svaneong ana riaar .... 7,ap pm
3rd MONDAYS
woman Auxiliary
fHUHSDAYS or FEAST PAYS
Haly Communion :, ,,, tm in.
PALb SBCO
. Chip) of th Holy Comforter
Ven B Shirley.. .Priest in Chares,
THUHSDAY8 .'-r''7'-" ,'
i:o a m. Hoiy communion,
MARQABITA
Church nl St. Margaral
' Espsv and Brai08 Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Wenater
SUNDAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Pryr, (Holv
Cpmmunion, JlwBmn.fliy l
THURSDAY! and HOLY DAY!
11IPJ aiuiiitii
i:po a.m. neiy commqnion.
PAKAIIV
fh Bav Allan B.
Wenrt,
a
PrlJ In Chifia
TB MV. DfVI A O
biborn.
vice wnerinis
IUNT1A
liOO. e.tii Chor Euenariat a armor
j:3Q gja). Intent Baptism.
1,00 stit) pvireB Siihatil
ii&O u.m Youth Fellowshlo
I HO nd Kvertseng and Addr
tnd and 4tk wb pnIsBaVi
f JO pin womn Auxiliary and Ai-
wuiio Metiin
'. PANAMA CITY
it Pnl's Church
Phi y .mul B dhiri?. Barter
The Aev. Carltaa O. Haralea. Aaei.
a)l-ltA. ," S
:m an, Hoiy commtmior)
OO J(t fun luchanst B Barman
Ifi4k a m Mfirpln Privw in C'kunr
Bohpol "". ... 'v
l:00 mf Holy Haptlsm
T-oo t..m' solemn V
iheid Bulldln lll i
TUt5SlAVfr , '
8:30 a 11 Holy Communion ti
TtlO p m, Bvenfnp Ptsyer" an Strman
WBOMflDAYS '""'
. Bia I pt Huly Communlopj
lift pjti, Evening Prayer
t'HURM'AY AL FIUDAYB
HCrY'oAY0lT mn,mi
d'PP m,.npiy Communion,
tOppol Hotel whlntinl
Th Rav, feter Farmer,' Beetepv
-, OTfca Bv, Henry A, Blake, AwllUnt
' .SUNDAY1'
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:80 pjn. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning -Prayer J' ,.
:00 p.m. Choral lurhsrlst and Bprpten
t:ap a.m. vnurcn. atnopi
MONDAY, TUBSDAY THWWPAt
1:40 p.m. Morning Pray'
:(X a.m, Holy ,Cammunipn
:00 pJn, Evening Prayer ,
.. WBONBSDAY '"
1:40 g.m. Morning prayer K.
1:00 ,m. Haly Communion -j
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer A Addres
FRIDAY
t H 13; t
Morning Preyar v,
;vening rmyer
hlld"' IMflti;
ii40 O.ar.Mawini P'v "C I"
:M p.m. f iy xunloa t, 4
:M a m. I -i i '. i
iio m- v et t 'piia. t
5 v-.? --.-;
PF" (
V J"! -nsiapr r vnoreai
jLrfl".,lr'iU rari)uLevra
Tl lv ilaf-nfe W Hayaa.
! iTk'Bv, i a. crurwBi,
.. AssMiaaeVO''
! i.m. t Hii 1,-aniaiunifiii. : i
M a m fuiia tuvliarlst' and Bt fnton
wfiing .Prayer. and .thureji
,'hnnl
110 duon. Holy iRsptlmn,
iiv-.hsptmmi'-i .?
fm im -6Tmtm. P.
MONtJAVI',
IilO m w nd sr 'tWB'' ,!
V P f P I r. Haugnierg p inp
rmipm THiun a-p i nwwia.
f'
1.00 p.m. Hoi. Communlopj

WOTlIi?

I BO P4P (venlng Praygg a4 Beiigleu
Inatructlona ......
rHURSDAYI wv..-,.
mi la wirn inendiy poeieey.
8 00 m lal and Srd. llailalAna.
aA'URDAYi
M a nt Junior ConftrmaUo Clan
r Othet Churches n
CHUKCB OP TUB AZAatMNB
44 rrpngipani Bt. Aucoa CA 'it
Mpv. lima. O Ntlaap, Pastor
Boa Ml BalPog, CJL fal I-U03
Sunday School ........t,.. :U JP
Worahto Sarvlpp ,.,.. U:4km
Youth Service ,.., ;ltin
fvangelUtl Service 10 pj
Prayer Bwrla Wadi ,,, fill p.m
METHnnia1
Iunday I 1 a m. Panama Wely."-
fill pjn. CvangeUsal BaWlae
id au ajn unnaw aensm.
ana nmai.
Sunday T a.m.' Paralaa '
. in a jb. rarauw aunoay acnooi
fill pan. Paralaa .$vanaaUaI
lervlea.
METHODlgT BOTtCZI
nn waiapa m.v, I p-m. air. a. a,
woven. : . ''':.'
Monday. Oet. 10th 1:30 a.m. Prena
rltlon Claw, Mr, Geo. Mitchell. f:0
p.m. Prayer mHtlng Mr, Pearl ford
Tueaday. oet. lstiao
4. Oirlt
Uagua. Mr). K. Bin.
rrlday T:0 pjn.Cholr Praatlea. .'.
CHUBCM OP THE NAZABENB
Mount Heap, Canal tone
(aerow from Mt, Hop B Station)
Bav. Balab Hysong, Pastog
' Bon 101 Margarita, C.B.
' Phen 1-3411
Sunday Ichool 0:41 a.m.
Morning. Worship .,,',,...,. 11:00 a.m.
Ivangeuitle lervlee ,,., Tie pnt.
Prayer Service,; Wad. ... .10 pjp.
. NATION Ai APTUT CHUBCM
'-.i a Panama B4 Sir Btrept Baal -Bav
B. B Baw atUUatw.
Divine Worship ;0i.aa,
Sunday School ,.,,.,.,.. 1:00 p.m
Sunday ha saw MBItjil
- W AkaJ. Ai. M
uadap School ......r.. ItOO p.at.
' JEHOVAH'S WlTNCaiEB
Mvailna Thursday iat J0 and
Sunday al'4:00 pm .-- win HMiwIai
lot BalM ..Apia Balboa. .
'1 ,- -.i.fd, JaalaaaJBBl J '
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
-tATTrB DAY IA1NTI (Motmpp)
Chapel n Balboa Road
Priesthood MMtini, Iunday 10 g.m.
.Supday School. Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Saeramfnt Meatlhg, Sunday 1:00 pjp.
Beliaf Soelaty. Tuaaday l;00
MIA; Wednesday 10 pjn,
Primary i Thursday 440 pJK.
Talphon Balboa 47
Allanlla nnall.- .
Building wq, Sehpoihouia Bold, Gattm
Sunday School; Sunday 10. m,
aaeramam aieeungi aunoay ii wi ta
CUBUNtoU PKfrTKSTANT CljUBCH
A WBntt Hrtd Cijufch-
Milton B., teidlg, Mlalstet
Hon Be 13.711 OA -l
, Sunday School :30 jp
ja piasa tor evip? pp-'
Morning Worship Uipo t m
touw raiiawtnia ......... iw p.m
Eeventng Worship im pm
Prayer knd Praise (Wed.) IM p.m
A church numey. In provided.
Hoiy Buhrlti Itindap sT tm s0
iJuii'Witoiriim' 'sad VBuradir
atoment .onnHkliftil
?2 IP
CrB
n.PiOM
at un i u
B-BUBat
Morning davdtion ....., .110 ,m
Feiiowahia waruup) ........ u-ve pm.
Sunday Bcpopl. ...(...,..... 1:00 pjn.
'l '??'-" ;.l'-'' 'swlffi; .'...-; T
CHTADBIHJA WlB MteSlfMI
1104 Itn and J. Aromnr Cole ;
,-. SUNDAY
Meniorial lervlee lOiOO am. 1
Sunday School 8:00 pm Ar you
Bibs Leotltfp lilM
'' f :- : 1IONDAT .,.
'
AdUlt BlW Cllv- JjJOiPJff; A
v.;. in,!. t.um That Christ Is
lowing nd will Big an Earth
ai uum ear Lstea vje "iif"
' AAHAlTcjCNTBa ...
' r-K- AB aPIPMBl flf PsMt
trpnlala ftSman, MaICIt,v
- eUMMPanJl jaaa--i aBtesar awarrrj-'-'
Wtiormai aaim an
lt!dy l?lase.,
''iMfMLain
tupsulrs American Brh
,PUrqaYa, f w pa
BETHEL
MISSION CHUBCR
. aUTBIIiaPJBI BBt..
at,, parpiaa, w.a.
a it Bleu art. Pallet
Bav wafdak H
BuSdayF UiW .m .it lrviH
8:00 pm. Junday School.
Ill pm- Oospal Berviea.
Monday: 7 M Young, People1 Society
Wodnosriav I'M Uld.week CltfijItllP
fpltowthip. ", '.IT "',;:;"'''
Tnuraopyi liWWnou aenearsai.
ia.vn
P omm's aUwionarp S.
rrldar'. IIP
IIP
THR CHURCH OF OOD
I t
t. Parque Lefevre. Rio Api.P.;
i. 4. Aavtea uvarwar
111. c. Weens, pastor
lUnday Morning Worship IM
Sunday Bcnool gioo pjn.
saiiasauesB. aiuiiwvt pure r-eri'
Iunday Night Servie 1:J0i M
Waakly Samlaa. Nlahtai Monday
Wpdneedpy gndTrldty. v
THB CHURCH OP OOP, ;,
i, 18th St, (Mont Osetirp Rd.)
Tlio Bbalo
lev.. William J, MMaPatf
Sunday School ............ 1:30 LSI
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 .m
Iunday Hlght Bprviep ,V t p.m
THE CHURCH OP OOD
1(121 Eiflhth st- fiaion
Mr.X C. pnldB ?
,("!. v KtHanwa I .1
Sunday School 0:J m
Morning Warship .,.,... 1040 am
Sunday Night Servlep .... T0 p.
:':fv. f- " 1 1
. THB CHURCH OF U
. w Nw Providene
Mr. M. llln-reei
Sunday School ,. ,,,,... lOl J
, Morning Worship UiJ an
BMday Might kervlpe .1i3 o-m
FIRST CHURCH OP OOB
Cm,
a. Jamal
later, at trinmaa
su.
, Italnbew City
. avitll.n l liflanloa. Paitna
'.I Willi
Sundsy Irhoof ,tn..iMi .1 :22
Morning Worship ,,,,,,,, 10:30 .pi
da ui.v.1 i.Ua J -diA
flHtlWal ripni VVTTI Oil w W'm
1 1" (near plsMe Mhopli
ilavt Carl V YhatPason. MlPtflaJ
Beg I BigMA Bif tt C.E
Vorshl Servirt ,,, IilO im
fmilh BaaulM.- .r thfti n.ai.
lyangalTstii WylM M pj
sefneaaeyr bibip BtUgy
rrajer oerviea ...... .ytea p.
MBpRFMICBJ I.UTHERAN CHURCH
awiuwa nvaa ai wen. pireei -,'kev,
Robert P, Oinulck, Pasta
' Dn n an q.ik..
unday' Behoof Blbif flaw k gay
uvine sH-rvice V IIS a.m
oly Communion, flrsf Sundav of the
montlv V v ';.,.
Aimnitf aip :
'' Cora Bala Chapel .-v
Mr. Fraacrlrk 1. (Illoai! Vtaa 1
il n.i 1 : i'v
o4: Cojnmunlon. Jart' Sundast vt ,th

- i
icwish
eerita u, plrtr board Bla .IM.J1 La
duca. Xpau Balboa. CA. lUbM Nathar
AiUiii, Liractor.
aerviaa Frtoay,
M mm u
Bf ...lMariW
isao -an. uettns at rtwltt arvta
tkdar Poatp Base and Stat.cw.
x ii ..-
Conjr(uiuon 8.01 Shearltb Israel Aye
(tin Ciipa and lth BtraetT Bella Vkna
Ptnam t'lty Borvlaaa g:OS p'.sa
Poses and Bases
PACIFIC BIDI
Pratedaat
POBT AMADOR
junior thurenBunday School 1:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Churoh-tlm NurMry lahpol. , 10 :W)
Fellowshlo Hour . 11
PORT KOfeBB
aunosy school .,,.,',.,..,.., ;
Morning Worship I ,. 10 30
Youth Fellowshio a .an
Uf NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
unoay acnooi .... :iu
Mornln Worship ,, H;00
tnoiy wommunipn rirer aun
day af Month I
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bids. 14) .. 0:00
Morning Worship. ........... 11:14
xoutn raiiowsnitwaunasv -.
1:00
ALBROOX AIB FORCI BAll
aunoay aenooi
oi i :v
ship ..... 1:10 AB0:4I
rahip !30
0:80
Momlni Worihli
Youth Fallowshi
Adult Blblp Claaa-Monday ... fiS0
Young pappl loatruatlon v
Tuway .......... ..... :io
11th ND HEADQUARTIRI CHAPEL
Morning wprutia g;oo
(Hoiy communion Firrt Sun Sunday
day Sunday 01 Month)
fathalla
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mw 4;l
Sunday MaWM 1:30 A 110
Confessions Baturda 1:30
PORT KOBB1
Dally Maw 1:1
Sunday Mawaa 1:00. 0:11 as 11 :
Confewlom Saturday 1:00 A 10
Catechism Clsas Wsdnasasv . 4:00
U.I. NAVAL ITATION. RODMAN
Iunday Mw : ; ..0;8O
FORT CLAYTON
DUy Maw,.... a;w
laturday Maw 1:00
Iunday Maw 8:30
Confession laturday T:M liOO
COROEAL ,.
Sunday Maw 100
ALBROOX AIB FORCE BAll
Dally Mass :oo
Saturday Mass 1:00
Iunday Maww Ml A ltiOO
Sunday Maw (Spanish) .... 1:00
Novena Strviea Tuwdsy .. l:o
Confawlon laturday 1:00
Jewish
Fort Kobhe SstUrdsy 3:01)
USO-JWB, Blboa-Frldy .... 1:80
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday .. J;30
i ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
SY1H1' RirLICK
J . a.A
auiuiiT aenoqa
Mnraln. Worahla JO 45
CeUea alr- I ."t.'..v, 44.. 1 W
Chureh Nurwry .10:30
Cathelie
Saturday Maw ; ;3
Sundav Masses 10 A 80
S-Dyi5.!--. 1 a.V;,rM.v 11:00 13:30
:30 IilO
fpWMB
FORT GUUCtt
Till
r2C
AtWAUJl:
PratMtaal
PORVpAVli,,
Iunday chool-Bldv 833 ....
Morning Worrtlp i''iJ.
Prayer fallowahlpwllldl. 1M-
Tueaday ... ........ )' t
KYBsr-Wadny-Pwt Jhanal
rhi. Braatlaa Wadnaadav
tm
io m
IM
01
Poet Chapel 1
FORT QUMCKv, ,""': i','
Sunday School ., ..... l.l
Morning Worship 10 11
Youth tallpwshlp, Iunday ....
Bible B(udy.-Wednesday ?-iM
Ladle Chapel Guild, 1st Tbur.rlr
us Kiivii. sTSTlON. Can Sola
Sunday School f 111
Morning Worship .. WW
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
f Month)
;, 'V Catkollt
FORT DAVIS
Daily Maw
Sunday Mm
Confeaslans: Saturday
tm
J:00
:4I
Sunday ..................
FORT OUWCA .
Sunday Maww iwsss
1:80
40
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1:30
4:00
8:30
uany .. ......
paiuroay mesa .......
Confessfoni (Bat) 11:00 and
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Cot Sale
pally mis .................
g aturday Mm
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COCO BOLITa
aunoiy w
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FORT QULKS
Tuesday
10
" rree OMaadaB, -"'
Qreeb' Orthodox services are eondusU
ed at the Cbureh of the Anunclatlon.
Via Ballaario Porrae, Ban Franalaeo da
la caieta. Panama Bity. p.p., ana at
lh. Chureh of St AAthtmy, Avenlda
Meionoaa. lo on. n.r.. on aiiemata aun
call the Oleic of Hi Army Chplln
1BAI1A --
day at 1:30 For further Information.
'
:V-
Scventh Day
tut
Wkly larvlces m U ahurche
.gg fqUow:
Schoel eito .m,
Divine lervlee 11:00 g.m,
fth MeaUng 4i .,
Bible Study snd (Prey ,- Servln
t-lfi Bid. Rapam
PlXtor P R. ANhbold'- Tel. 38-3410
cabp Vfd, AV. ,jr, 0 I MM NO
Chorrlllp i
Mth. No. IT.
Pueblo Nuv mr .A It. batwwn Ird
an tn pt.
Pastor W, Hi, Waller Tl. l-iso-.Pastor
a. A, Orlsl4-- Tl, 101
Baa
aalsb Churches Paeifia Bid Ptnam
Paster
ytnltl Mn4t TM, a
1111
faname, can prin no.
Panama, Call Brln No, I,
Pastor ti, A. JeflrlM Tl. I'OAI
erlatabal biaUsh 11th A lallvar
Aya.' i, '1.,il- fi
reien ara bi.
lasto M;ul Cldr TJ l-IIM
biitoM iUm V Bolivar
Ave.,:
0144 Cvlln -. Mad.' Balboa w Tal.
I1NI w l-leM..?.
liittn.To
TheiOAS
.:; .r.'V.-
1 'vf-J-. J:
Vhoo-ycn.v
J Every.. Sunday .y

HOLY WEEI

Tht Holy Wek progrlra will
t)DB Sunday with tha obier-
vnc Palm Sunday st Fort
Amador, Fort Gulick, Fort Cliy Cliy-ton
ton Cliy-ton and Fort Kobbe, and will bo
Chmgxfid March 29 with iun iun-rue
rue iun-rue gsrvi.'Ss on both ildeg. of th
Iithroui. ' ."'-'
Military ehapIglBS save innoune-
d -the following rchedule:
-Faint Sundiy Cithonc lervtcet
at Fort Gulick start Bt 1:30 a.m.
with the Spanish mas offered by
Chaplain (Capt.) John B. Diez Jr.
Following this -ii 1:30 miss.
Thrfl Film. Sunday mg'tseg art
ichcdulod at Fort Kobbo Chipel,
two st Fort Amador and on at
Fort CUytou. Services s at Fori
Kobbe ir at I, 1:18 and 11:45
a.m.; at Fort Amador, s:lS and
n:30 a.m. and at Fort Clavton.
8-30 a.m. Tha :15 lervice at
rort Amador snd the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton service are special mmei
bleiilnj of tha piling then high
maig with pfocegglon and dlttil dlttil-butlon
butlon dlttil-butlon of palms.
Aii I a.m. Wadneidajr man li
on Fort Kobbe'g program.
On Hoiy Thunday, ther will
be a man it Fort Clayton Cha.
pel at C:30 a.m. Masses at other
chapels on this date are to be of offered
fered offered as follows: Fort Gulick- at
p.m.. Fort Amador at 4:30 p.m.
and Fort Kobbe. it 4:45 p.m. jfrom
I:1S to 11 in the evenin axmial.
tion of the Most.Blesied Sacra Sacrament
ment Sacrament will occur it Fort Clayton,
pis .event will take place dur during
ing during the hours i p.m. to midnight
GOOd FrldlV riavntlnna are
slated in the ifWmvm n h
evening at the four rhanola
Holy communion will be held at
4 D.m. followed hv afatlnna n tka
cross at 7 o'clock at Fort Cly.
win hold solemn liturgy and noly
communion it I p.m. Mast of the
pf,;"ilc,wl" wtobpitBd
at Fort Gulick at 4:30 o'clock.
Confeasion will ho k.. n
Hoy Saturday aa follows: Fort
Gullqk;,- noon 1 o'clock and 4:30
5.30 p.m.; Fort Clayton, 3 -4 p
nt. ana tt 7:30 p.m.; Fort Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. 3 n.m Snri 7 n n. TG. t
Amadpr, 8:3Q. to g:30 pm.
EuteTlow mass will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated at Fort Gulick at 7:30a.
m.( to be-followed by high mass
pf the wiurrection at 9:30. Chap.
a tmajorj isaward Koxlowskl
will offer mass at Fort Clayton
!J ?;S.,,m,1 ,nd Cor0"1 Chapel
at 10:30 o'clock. Three misses
ww do icneduied at 8, 0:15 and
y : m.,at, Fort Kobbe. Catho-
iBCi attending Fnrt Am.n.-. ...
vice will hold their 9 o'clock
iieid mss behind the service
club. A brunch will follow this
mass.
fin Vain. C.mJn..
Fort qiayton the combined ju junior
nior junior .and sfhlor choirs will offer
Protegtant services -followed by
Chaplain Isi- U. John Etters Etters-vBl5n!
vBl5n! Etters-vBl5n! Mrn entitled "WefO
Ynu Tha pa urh. u. nr.. t .! j
the TOrnbr" Sunday School at 9
a.m.. iri'M uij.MaL.i A k. ...
2a i. aA v'""y "V oiiow-
med at Fnrt Vntk. -u. ...
veni-J '.B.-.aupperj! i,,-,,,-., i,
Brief (morning pchedti at
7 ,"'"mw nu s on uulicK
include 10 and 10:45 o'clock wor.
ihin services respectively.
1 a nil vnayBi annex gl
T p.m. Wdnesday.
Thraa ft Ik. liu-
L1 Tun Tun-riiii
riiii Tun-riiii p-V while Wrt Ama Ama-??erw
??erw Ama-??erw n, 0?,em thi oion it
7 30 n'fllnplr
Fort riavtnn'. r.J
Friday
services will start at l n.m
With
wtin the theme of the "Seven
Lilt Wnrrls Af ri,rl. n" IVJ
i. tu j v"ay vna-inir-tfyi
!t.J1,Kt'met tor Fort
iHi obgervaAcBi.; with Fort
observance will be open-air gun-
rise aorvlpao r- a
,:j V-.. v! iT manor
Snil .F0 PUaUck' Of Whifh
Ul"? l i.mv March 29
' V" "jnB wneauey,
-"-I, hsibis wiy, ,u io De
luest speaker at Fort Gulick
"e', the services will be held
Man He Robbed
Gives Money, Job
To f Qrifler Convict
TivnnM t,t ...
Th- pT. iu0wrra'x convict
John Fitzgibbon begin new lif
Put him behind bars for his last
stretch.
ft'n3SoE,nc brilker, Peter rbomp.
yjar-old habitual offender who
has Brian 1 it.
In jail. ywi
fan.. 2." 7W Of
ThomniWn "I". ?,"vBIU' i,,nc lne'"
monTv ia 5"k b2w dJtlnp
.i...rji u""nn convict W38

I demeri I 1

C.SERVTGES

at
the narade prnunH Tha Tilth
Army Band from Fort Clayton is
piay a preiuae and accompa-
. the conereeation for hvL..n
lingint. ,
Others taking part ia the Fort
Gulick program will be Chaplain
(Major) Carroll G. Chaphe, At
Untie area ehanlain- tha Bav
Sylvanus A. Scarlett, pastor of
tia-P-i-m t-lathmtsrri'l-i p 1 1 g t
i-nuTcn; me nev. Tnaodore E.
iM,v pastor- yrf 4 thW Marga-
Union (fhnrprf-1 lh Ra
Uam Livingston, missions secre secretary
tary secretary of the Church oi God of
Panama ma filial i.. .a
l .. ... v I .lt
Col. Cecil Hiraes, Army Atlantic
In the area by the sea st Fort
Amador. Bishnn R
$u?,5r liC9 president of the
National Council of Churciiea,
wm give ui principal address.
Prelude music will h- 4,.ni.i..j
by the 770th Air, Force Band,
Atorooir. Air rorce Base, and a
400-vojco choir la to present
ipcujaji anuiems.
Mambera nf tha nith miu..
ry Police Company wlU be on
hand to dirapf traffin ,-i.
parking space haa been provid provid-ed.
ed. provid-ed. Those planning to attend the
nmauur wvice are advised to
bring fo ding chaira or blanket..
Follnwfne tha r..i..
services at Fort Amador, Fort
Clayton will hold a special mueie
program at 10:15 a.m. The sub subject
ject subject is "Were Vmi Thai-. U7han
He Rose From the Grsve?" Fort
ivuuup oas scneauied g 9 o'dloi'k
Sunday School followed by 10-.30
WorphtD aerviea a n A faflnwihlr.
hour at 11:30 a.m. In the even evening
ing evening at :30 o'clock th junior
nign youtn miowsnip will con con-vane
vane con-vane before evening devotion
at 7 o'clock.
At Fort Amador, .Protestant
services on Easter will Include
Sunday School at 10 a.m. and
community worship at 11
U C1QUK.
th Campaign
Dpnds on You
, Art You Dolna Your Part?

END YOUR SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20-10:40 M0RN1NQ WORSHIP

'THE MYSTERIOUS TOMB"

Why did Joseph build
his town, outside
wae me
-9l
I .I
tJlAiWrlir. lW.'lkAHaH
.wnom oia ne pian 10

the aniwer to Joseph and his tomb, and why Christ.:
was burled ther.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40R. L. Snyder
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
SHOW YOUR FAITH enrollment continues this Sunn ,"

day; wl tWlAtffm nd your family to hejlp y wach,,
, ;the fclsChrUt honoring, Bible centered, consecrafc-iln

ea leacning win onng messing 10 your enure ramiiy..,
6 :30 BAPTIST TRAININ0
A place for your entire family can be found In one"4
of the 8 departments. A trained Christian la a use useful
ful useful Christian.
7;30 "THE' LITTLE BOOK OF REVELATION'
In Revelation 10 the eoepel ig seen to be both bitter
and sweet. "Bitter" to the unsaved, but "sweet" tor
the saved. Don't miss the messages on Revelation.
. MtusinviRv Mivnvn rviMr.vi.iiTin

aauipwn4, 4an
,: 1.-17 r.ft '.aifil tot r frill r
But the Rtol
Jtius Enters

eENTERED M
lERUSUEMI

8 j30- Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30'

Then can be no subititute for the Word of Ood. ood
hw given to men HU itemal Word. Man'a philosophy will
pasa away but HU Word endureth forever. Why be con contented
tented contented with leaa than th beat. Corns with your family to
a Bible centered church. Make surs what la being taught
is His Word. Claani tor every ate and trainid waehers
will help you in Bible study.
1:00"THE CROSS TRAGEDY OR TRIUMPH"
Was Jesus the fan' of Ood? If so, why did Hi die at
the hands of mini What is the eriptural reoord of thv
evipta of this vth Why do we call Friday "Oood Friday"'

wnsn uirH mn flier on
-iljftr4. Jaaua Chrlat

it your family.
S tnd HIGH SCHOOL

VEWlCTCADE
.ft A CHU.ktf
clflxion
. ww a iw'it 1
You will snfoi
toother
mt, james jonr

Christ died and! arasii again, it ii through Him that va
know Ood as a personal Havnly Father. We invite you

to eome ana workup, .wiw
BIBLE CENTERED

How Pastor Fills'
Pulpit Af RcdcsiruV
Lutheran Church 1

The ministerial staff of Redeem

er Lutheran Church in BslbOR -was
augmented this past week)
with the addition of the Rev,,Her
man Birti of Racine, Wis. TnS
Rev. Bartx will serve a inteeuau
pastor of the Pacific side LuteIR
parish on a three months' leBe?,
of absence from Grace LutbetanT

Together with his wife he atrlS
ed on the Isthmus on Marca.-'ll
Pastor gnd Mrs. Barti were for formally
mally formally welcomed by the emgrv
gation at the monthly pothjek
super on last Sunday evening iff
the Lutheran parish center. -V
He baa assumed responsibility
for the pulpit program of th par
ish, as well as the other personal
duties. He replaces the Rev. Hu Hubert
bert Hubert f. Gyssick, who resigned tka
pastorate at Redeemer in October
and haa been serving since s
scting pastor,
The Rev, Robert F. Gussick will
now devote himself full i time 4a
the position whicn he accepted fa
mission counselor for Lutheran ae
tlvity throughout the greater Cf Cf-ibbean
ibbean Cf-ibbean area. 5
yta
Tka aalu iklkil uni uwa t
tnow ebout ceekina Is how to
rlno their husbonds to 0 boll.
JVW CHURCH
fWT AOOtl PIOM IAUOA IX rATtOfd
Elton F Vlekers. Awl Paster
BADIO OUTLET-HOXO. IM K
W Praacb Christ ti
CrucUlsd Risen Cawing AW.-r.
uaien re -wanna W.Tna worning-v,,
Daily lit a.n HOXO;.
.it.
personal tomb 25 miles from1
city waii, m a Place wnern.
M. nrkaf k. si'r..t
duty were? xne bidio nomg
myr 1 bi i Maiai0ABV
aapaiui
Trigmph is When
the Humon Heort.

i. -7. i.ra

1

V VICTORIOUS HYING oo(

orosMi? come una worimo we
and Resurrection"
film and hear a missus by

,, Tha central fact of the Oospsl is that

us. 1

NURSERY GOOD RINGING
AMPLE FARKINQ

si

a

,11 Soon BELLA VISTA
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SATURDAY, MARCH tl, 1151

TBK fANAJIJL AMERICAIf AX INPErWPEMT PAILT; KXWSPAPE JS,
PAGI KX
;Oxo Scopes

5 i

u
i
I:

Wynburgh Finishes1 Second;

Favorite Mr. What: Third

AINTREE, England, March 21 (UPI) Oxo,
an English thoroughbred who learned to jump chas chasing
ing chasing hounds through the fields, today won the grand
national steeplechase, the world's toughest horserace.

Perea, Quintero

Meet Tomorrow

In 10-Roun! Bout

Sch ma-Pace Pair lntkoiee

ToWinPAFDo

Making his first start over the
rugged course of four-miles, 856 856-yards,
yards, 856-yards, Oxo beat Scotland's Wyn Wynburgh
burgh Wynburgh with Mr. What, the favorite
from Ireland, third in the field of
'34 steeplechasers.
About one hour before the start
of the race which decides the lucky
winners of the Irish Hospital
Sweep Stakes, Amorial III and
Pippykin were withdrawn.
Oxo, a comparatively young
horse for this gruelling test of
stamina, is owned by J. Biggs and
was ridden by Mike Scudamore.
Although he was 10 to 1 in the
final call over at the Victoria Club
last night, betting at the course by
the crowd estimated at close to
" 250,000, sent his final odds down to
8 to 1.
Wvnhnrrrh whnr finished second

in 1957 and fourth last year, closed

at 10 to 1, while Mr. wnat, winner
last viar for owner David Coufifi-

lan. was 6 to 1 when the lar,ge

field went to the post.

Oxo won by a lengtn ana one one-half
half one-half with Wynburgh, ridden by Tim

Brookshaw, eight lengths ahead of

Mr. What.

Mr. What thus failed to become

the sixth horse in history to win

consecutive runnings of the urano.
National. His defeat eased the
worries of England and Ireland

bookmakers who stood to lose

thousands of pounds if he Had won.
The Grand National is the first leg
of Britain's big spring betting dou

ble. Marshal Pil won the Lincoln

shire Handicap last Wednesday in
the first half of it and was coupled
with Mr. What in countless bets.
Only last night an unidentified
person tried to buy Mr. What from
rmiohiin whn was a real estate

dealer in Florida for 18 years be before
fore before he returned to his native Ire

land.
"The qffer was f.made last night.
But I turned, it. frwn. J'm nptusell nptusell-ing
ing nptusell-ing to this bayr-.,'I won f say
who because an Irish-owned and
Irish-trained horse has never won
this race twice in a row. I want
to break that hoodoo," Coughlin
said.

1 fi? iVtvi'i

'Jut .ST w w vm

r f

HELP, PLUSRichard Barry, yopfpctthKVf IdL

to the Yankee camp as an outfielder, rovmcr Bin uicKey wau-
; v: ,t Al T.qtiit Viclrl in Rt Petcrs-

ing w luiix nun iiitu a tfluiKi v j-"" e - -
burg, Fla. Dickey didn't hurt one Yogi Berra some time back.

Llghtwtight contender Enrique
Perea ,ind Jorge (Avlipon)
Quintero wer declared redy to
day for ten-round feature bout
t the National Gym tomorrow
night.
Perea, a Panama City fighter,.
It slight favorite te,' dec Won h)
Colon rival. It will be Hie first
meeting of the pair.
Three other fights complete the
pre-Easter card drawn up by the
Torre Bros., promoters.
In the eight-round semifinal
Patrocinio Allen, a promising
newcomer to the professional
ranks, takes on veteran Vicen Vicente
te Vicente Worrell at a weight limit of
126 pounds.
A six-round prelim brings to together
gether together Carlos -Cantillo and An Andres
dres Andres Allen at 130 pounds. The Al Allen
len Allen boys, who hell from Colon,
are brothers.
The four-round curtain-raiser,
set to begin at 8:30 pits Luis
Ibarra against Jose Peres at 12
pounds.
Fight Results

NEW YORK (UPD-Jose .Tor

fo maw h nrn kluuucu

res, IOC,
roy Oliphant, 167, New York (S).

AnirccA i nv i i r I I .1 ire: y vj

.mhrn is. Dallas, knocked out

Andy Anderson, 155 Indianapolis,
t4 (n

LIVERPOOL, England (UD (UD-T?andv
T?andv (UD-T?andv Sandy. 159V4, New York,

outDointed Dick Tiger, 161, Ni

geria, (10).

Sports Briefs

neier-rc lis; OFFERS'

pbptti Australia (UPD Aus

traliah swimming champion Dawn
Fraser has refused offers to
oi. n tho TTnited States. The

21-year-old Aussie record-breaker
said she 'will not consider coach coaching
ing coaching until after the 1960 Olympics.

GIANTS SIGN SCOTT
NEW YORK (UPD-The New
York Giants have signed George
Scott. Miami of Ohio halfback, to

a 1959 contract. Scott, a gooo.
mnner iinH nass receiver, was the

J Giants' 19tfoi draft choice.

Bcviune I(IN TWO

EDMONTON (UPD The Ed

monton Eskimos of the Canadian
Football League have signed half halfback
back halfback Cliff Jackson and guard
James Forbes, both of North Car Carolina
olina Carolina College.
RETURN AASOLINI'S BOOTS
MILAN, Italy (UPI) r Author-
rptnrnpH Renito MU8SO-

lini's boots and riding trousers to
th Hirtatrtr's widow. Donna Ra-

chelp. The boots and trousers

thp nnlv carments on Mus

solini's body when it was strung

nn hv the hpplx at a Milan easo

line "station iril UI45 -after Italian

nartisns h"d pvpcuted the flee-

int Hictatnr and his mistress.

Clara Petaccl.

1

utiles Ne0itle

" . ..... ........ .. tSl

Mixed

fS
i

DOUBi.ES PARTNER Shooting for his Second double.,titlevin
thevfonals of ihe ,Panama, Armed, Forces-Tennis Journameot tt
Rodman today will be Atmy SgL Ray Schilling (above), whQ IS
teamed with Sp-4 Bill Pace. Schilling wa,s'a member ctf Jhe.win Jhe.win-.
. Jhe.win-. ping duo last year; (Nevy Phpto) t

Tvn lrmv Wmtn vhn esi Tt

Kobbe the sPAF Tenni Champion Champion-hin
hin Champion-hin more than a week. aeo were

f.unrert in rlinrh.the doubles CrOWB

today in thejourney finl.? ":

. Sgt. Uy fcbll ing. eM SP.
Bill Pee, .qulck-movlng,' net net-rushing
rushing net-rushing doublfs team, were x-.
pected te beet Air Perce Colonel
Nicholas Powe and Relend Sll-
man. J.".-,V,v'
- The ace Army racketmen .were
r,vn th Ae off their: almost ef

fortless; rectories three weyiouB

meetings m;.wepurney.i uj
not give ;-jp'iUNrSrtbi- m
in an Venture :vmwin;-wpnn

in straight aetsi -;,-'--
i m .J. amavKIlr. SM111I-

ing wd, Pace sq have a ppmbmed
45 yeaje on ttrj.
.?Bufc(wel,;.,;nt( Slikerj 47,
M usedsto, playing. ihe rok-?f.:
rk rismnnatrated' that

when they trimmed the Navy sec-

.Rehoundmg IrQm a one-sided 2 S

coloneis top ine ifwjiv, -r

get we'Navy nexmen,

The metch, regarded at ene ef
jh. most exelttng PAP clashes In
recent years, wee marked by
long momenta ef euepenseever
the outcome ef several excheng excheng-t
t excheng-t that went te e(gW,nd ten re

turns. , -" !'".' i!L
Today'! match was expected, to

oroduce the same action.pacKea

tennis. ': -.',-. .1.

Tomorrow Towel and trace wiu
meet in the singles finals at 3 pjn.
Rear Adm. George Wsles the Naj
..in the canal

Zone, and JWsy W

will presemn jaie,-, ,mvr; .r
winners and runnera-up Mowing

the match.

Senior

Sea Leopard

Sea jroxea j
Sea Cats f iA
Sea Devila f .

Sea Lion j

League

lT0DAY-iEyig-T0DAY

CAPITOLIO
85c. 20c.
Spanish Pictures!
El Gran Recuento
(Life of Fidel Castro)
- Also: -PASO
A LA
JUVENTUD
with Tin Tan

T V O L

35c.

20c.

TWILIGHT FOE
THE GODS
with A. Kennedy
- Also:
LIVE FAST DIE
YOUNG
with M. Murphy

VICTORIA
15c.

THE SHADOW
Chapters 7 9
INVADERS FROM
MARS
- Also:
Another Picture!

RIO

35c.

20c.

LOTTERY NIGHT 1

THE BURNING
HILLS
- Also:
CASTIGLIONE
with Y. de Carlo

West Va. Faces California Toni

In Battle For NCAA Basketball Title

- WL
' .11
. 10 ,6
r 10
t g T
- ,r
7
' 10

4 12

LOUISVILLE, KY., March 21-

(UPI) It will be Jerry West
against the defense that stopped

Oscar. Robertson wnen wen virgi
nia facea California tooigbtlte'JI

Dauie ior we ihvaa

tournament Championship.
TO m minti Wcit racked uo to

lead West Virginia to a 4-7 vie.

tory over Louisville in last mgni
Eastern Final won't overawe a
rnplr.cnlid Califnrnia crew that

held Robertson to five fied foats

and J points tor a 'W-sb victory
ovei? Cinanriattl!inthe f Western
finals.' ''. .;"a"
If the "Big, O's" showing was
a disappointment to the 18.619
fans who jammed Freedom Hall
for1 the NCAA semi-finals, West's
performance was a revelation as
he poured cold water on Louisvil Louisville's
le's Louisville's dreairia. 1
The kid from' Cabin Creek did
more than shoot, although he did
that exceedingly well, hitting 12

0DAY ENCANT0 05-20

'THE GREAT DICTATOR"

frartcls Lederer m

"FANTASTIC

r

DISAPPEARING MAN"

of 21 shots from the floor- He -alse
pulled mils ;rebounds, outbattltng
a lankv nttittville. front- linev that

had outrebounded Michigan State

and Kentuclin regional play

West ; vVirinla ? coachs Fred

Schaus' summed tP. Kyin8.

"The kid broughtu' thtough;, to to-night."
night." to-night." But he !also bragged about
his guards,' Buck? .Holy ard and
Bob Smith.

Aiistroliari Cirl
Cracks 440 Mark
With Hot 543
- -v '-v-;'

SYDNEY, Australia. March 21

(UPI) Australian athlete BeHy

yadiiaa h iaaiticjvu wwu iv
rd -reiord at the Sydney. Sportu-

grouna itbck. toaay ciocKing a.j

seconus iw me evui.

. This clips 'f.S second! i off the

old mark, held jointly -.by Miss

Cuthbert. bntain's Molly Hiscox

and New Zealand sprinter Mamc

Lnamberiain.

' 1 '"y; k

f l. i t

ETka 1414 ..
nihraltar TJf. ..

'peymonr Agency j,

ruiice . . . t i
Spur Cola .. .. ....
Lincoln Life -..

Svdnev eirl Set

crack the record, running

The 20-year-old
out in crack th

with tt uric rhnmKBrlain Marlp

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CAMP BIERD CMHANSEL AND CBETEL' and

PACIFIC LITTLE LBAGUliT

'5'm,-3

,k.4 2

..,8 3
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Elks 9; Lincoln Life 7

Tip mcrannv Files did it again.

when for the fourth time in a row

they-have..xome.Jronv behind to
win Trailing by ttiree runs when
they came up to bat in' the last in

ning, Larry Berger got a free uck uck-et
et uck-et to first, and then four successive

Kit. nun nff the hfltx of JhnmV

Rrirlwsll T ow Fnntatne. Rus FOore

rtd Mike Hummel, and the score
A.1 J I

was- ueu.

.Th ttoirt twn hatters went down

via the5 strikeout Boute, and husky
m ill .. X 4V A

Mars meuram came up w mj
olate, and deljvered a safe Wow to
hroA- tin thu Pnrne chaSihC two

runs dvei; the plate. Twentyhree
hits came v off the bats of both

teams, with Bobby, Ostrea of Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Life and Stu Brown of the Elks
being the leaders with three hits

each.

In the fourth mning.i the Lincoln

Lifers treated the,,; crowd with a

rflcnlav nf nriuipr hittinp. BobbV OSr

trea and Jorge Kiamco had back-to-back
homeruns; then Charley
Joynej: and Bill Thomoson unleash

ed ba-torl)acit .doubles. L ? A

WIV ''frcitftatefihit- nlace bv

half a ganie. And although" the fflki

won they je stranoea ten. men on

the bases dunne the six innings

of play.

sea UWlf m. -i f ;3r

Sea Draeons,

Ham WnlvMiii r.'--.'.:

Leading averages Men; Rim mer
173, TyndaU lesKiBg 164 Ladiy.
Bathurstl40, Burchett .136 TyndaU
135. ,.... '.v j.i?'-

Sea Foxes J Se; Leopards 1
The leaeue leidine Sea Leonards

tangled with ttie s jly Sea Foxea

and came out, second best-in-a fur
flying contests The Foxes capture
mA tha nnaniiier vminA hv 35 atlimni

of lumber.The 'second round went

to tne Ma .Leopards witaoui any
1 1- V... Al. Vm... .nM.

... I II ir Illll titw T UAM wexe

nnt tn ha nutfhvnrt Wi .thv tfiODled

the tenoin withrreeularit' aad

got credit foctae aastri point ana
the TP. Neither side had any lax

keelers because everyone went

over thp Son handican ouota

' For tne f oxes, bud weisnaar

weisnaar m?. Marge .Moore auro,
and Elmer Moore fl36. ;. Leopards:
Tom KeUyti-JbtVri Del6s.ItCastro
527, Herb-Finch. 551,,Wayne Moore

ana loo castro ssi.?. ",.;
Sea CetW lea Wolves 0
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- Aaalii th R Wnlv ; tnnV

niiA l4hi:. HiMa. it Wai "the

rt' urn r. to aittnin1tr i the

was it close. 'and the Cata were

32 tilnt nheaa.' A1V the other ooints

were runaways ior tne uennes m
th nrmn Turn nf the cata of the

fair sex carried the heaviest part

oi the scorm nuraen wnen namy

Bathurst collected: 550, ana rris

dies was FrimkriDbtterirtritfe an577j

au handicaps The' only wnit i mat
made a howl, was George Kimmer
1 1 1 a. ; 11 1 I 1

Wun au, au nanuicap mams.

Sea Owls 3 So Dragons 1

It was a eood irieht for the Owls

whn were nlentv wise with the

flins. wheg Hhe Jt knocked off I the.

sons inowea a spare ot oowiinff.

ate in tne next game, ana rney
hist made it by winning by four

.T Ll I- J, Mt 1 1 111 miDU1 WVOV,'
but thW OwJ-preWiiled;!with:.a 32

advantkpei The star, of .tneowis,
w T.a Vm tTninnurf who tnh-

fr'th frrdrt Ihe C3Vt,TourihaeTlt

fiemonstratea to ms menos ; wny

he collected some loot in the tour-
viav kw iiimHtf 91K 'ilnffil ; anil

MM aoratch and 07 hanrtirun

i;orKy luiaopen s mu nanaicap

to be third in line for the Owls.
Thra wa' nn. Jlrnpnn with nlen

ty 01 tip ana yinvinine iorin 01

Dsns.;

Willie Tfatson who racked : up a
578 scratch, and 620 handicap set.
Jean Sullivan also; made .a .good
showings with a 917. handicap set.

Sea Devils S Sea Lions I v iuZ

The Sea Devils put the hex ott.D

the Lions and tamed them is!o
three of the four poinU. All of tht..l
games were fairly close,, and thT
Sea Devils always had enough 0A.JL;
the ball tb come out on top excepvnft
in the middle game, Scotty Mti44r
hon was; the big shot for the ,Dis-f

bios With a S84 nanaicap, ana
wey Bowman made life nasty iet
tha Tinna with a 553 handican and

to further twist the tail of th
T.inn. nn T.ana Blirphett with m.,hl,

uiWUD TO aa f
524 handicap et r, os
For the Kings of the Junglb bvtZ
not the kings of the bowling Lanes
j. , . ... . T

LiOU Uiua rappeq oui a ui acraicaa

ana-577 nanaicap. im iw aimT.-

111 MIC jm.vmw

hed 536 and 512 handicap sets andoUi

dick sexton aiso DroKe imo Mw-rw

favored group wits a sit,' nanai-

cap. y'

Whatever

JOE SHAUTK
llnlta tfa'lntar.naflrtnal

.Tn Shantfel''' leff-harided Ditch

er, put, in nine seasons- witn the
Cleveland Indians and four more

with Brooklyn and Cincinnati in

the National League. Joe came up

briefly in 1922. began to hit his

stride ta 1923 and the next year

Shaute slipped the; fallowing .year

but had a 14-10 treoordsJii'1926 and
staved inline leaeue iinta Brook

lyn picked him up in 1931. He

won 11, and lost 8 for the 31

Dodgers.' All. told his career rec

ord shows 99 victories. 109 de

feats. ;,.,,..,,

Whatever hsnnanat trt. .tn

thau(i Nnnr .S1 m,"

.hosiery' busiaess, -at Reading, .Pa

The boxcoie:f?
... vouiv

Lincoln Life
Douglas, cf

Engelke, 3b .
Francis, p ..

Ostrea, ss .. '.. ..

Kiamco, lb . .

Jovner: K .. ... ..

Thompson. 2b .

Trim, tt .. ..

Kpmtt v.' v.
Deming, c...

Ab R
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.40
.40
. 4 1
.-, 4,1
...2 1
,.'SV1
.2 0

Elks.1414

Brown. 3b

Berger, 2b

Bridwell,cf

Fontalneopi
Poore. lb ;

Hurftmel, rf

Ausun, ss .:.

Gangle, If ...

McGrath, c ,.

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Playground
Sports

RAINBOW CITY

iaskoHaH:,LHHtanni

Dep.' Elegants:

Dep.-Nelson P
Dep. Spalding
Den.iThomoBon

Jimmy1 Boys

t 1

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11
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.750

75(:;,

.500
.500'

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t lot .aitTiaitiilail ... nma ni.iv

the first round Nelson edged
T. X It U IA

my 1 aoys jicwsi ,: w jjct
Wm ajanaitv. .ernwd. a -2amfc

filled witto thrillst and cjtement

trom start 10 ena.

Jimmy Boya drew firat Wood; :

when R. Charles chalked two...

baskets. C. HanseH from: the Nel Nel-son
son Nel-son outfit retaliated scoring four
points, and L. King, D, Mac Far,- ,.

lane scored one eacn. isoin ieam
W.?.tk-;tiffht.,halk tw.fininh the L

firBt?fl t 'icort of 42-48.

Again jimmy isoys-maae loocoi
points at the top of the aecon.
Half with K. Aguilera and G.
Gdscfcmbef scorings f ctae each
Both teams rallied ior supremacy
. .;f a A -i 11 IvTwl rl..-. a

tUlUU UUV IO IWyU WW Bwiviaw -af1a

. j x ....... ta.ri ir

a gOOQ account i uiciuseirca iw
edged Jimmy 86-80.

Although Jimmy uoya aia nor
win a Baffle m the first round .of ".-

play they-fought to a finish. R-:"'
Ao-iu'lara iriaHa 30 nnrnta frnm th

losing team which was top score-.

u..(Hansei, eon, i points. k- -Otirles,
Jimlny Boys ) 116 and L. 'f 'f-Kdig,
Kdig, 'f-Kdig, Nelson; 15 points.

Referees: M. Marcn ana u.
Leslie. Scorer and timer: H. Jones --and
and --and C MacFariane.
March 20, Spalding vs Elegan Elegante
te Elegante 6:30 p.m. . '..
Nelson vs Thompson

March 23; Elegante r Jimmy.,

Boys' : 30 p.nt.:; i"
' Snolriilltt' va" NVlsirrtl

March 25, Thompson va Jimmy, sr1
Boys 6:30 p.m. N
Elegante vs Nelson 1M'f0
March 26, Thompson vs Elegan Elegante
te Elegante 6:30 p.m.
.Jimmy Boys vs Spalding
, March 30, Nelson vs Jimmy
Boys, 6:30 ',. t
Thompson v Scalding
Ending the. first round of the-.-play
following five players are theJt theJt-highest
highest theJt-highest scorers:
R. Aguilera, Jimmy Boys, 77 aa!
points ..
B. Taylor, Elegante 71 points; j.;:
L. King, Nelson ,70 points "..
C. HanseH, Nelson 68 points ,:.ulh
. E. Agnola, Spalding 59 points.

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Ladiei Rudy 153, Metigec 149,
Glud. 137 sv ... .. "v., v.;
Back on the lanes, aiter one
week's suspension of league acti acti-itiea
itiea acti-itiea because if the 18th Annual
Men-'r Tounumentr; the .boy and
falsi went to work-1 mn- the aa
otid portion of .their aplit .ae.aaqn.
Tha- ran of 4he, Balboa ..tyixed
league earned $181 in the tour tournament,
nament, tournament, and Don Rudy will col collect
lect collect $48.00 plus trophies for being
Scratch All -Events Champions,
Singles chamoion and rolling the
highest scratch series' in the
tourney. Other winners of the
Mixed League itf the PCBA af af-fair
fair af-fair were Paul -Karst and Mel
Leidner, Burt Deveau, Bruce Mor Morrow,
row, Morrow, Joe Bieber and Lee Clontz.
Base Shoes 4
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lA':ie Bdlifter, the Bs ahoes
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win. They walked away "with; the
secfflBd by 14, and in the finale a
little fellow, beardles' Claus
Kleishchmiani really wert to town
when be scored a 245 game, and
the 'inns deeded' this' game because
the winning margin w',onlyi 36'
desReT Claus 245 "effort- Kleish Kleish-man
man Kleish-man finished up the "evening with
a 50T scratch, and 585 lidcp. The
McSuire's Don and Betty helped
the winning cause with -535 and
558 hdcn efforts. This clean sweep
wept the Bass' Shoes into fust
plaew, by one points -.For- the 4os 4os-inpjPperMaesi
inpjPperMaesi 4os-inpjPperMaesi rftJfafiot)kenleis,
dW a eoodiok Carmen ,? dFtores
tabbed 517, Ernie WolUtarky 542
andTex Ritter 557 all hdcp. t ;
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.Bbenitts 4 Pib Blue, Rlbfeon
Although Ae bonitesiiBUhed) a
dead last in the ;first part 'of ithe
pht" season,, they ; are, Jtiakuig
inta Touah"4n'iei-second-' part.
Their ; latest ?vlctimi-Shweri the
bowlers of the Pabst Blue. Ribbon
Beer, which were slaughtered y
theitEbonites by .. nearly, three
hundred maples.. The Ebonites
took al four points and were never
pressed during the night. Their
anchor man, Bruce Morow hit
811 scratch, n4s583jhdepa ,t9h
Merry Mary Morrow helped
Jer, hubby with a 565 hdcp set;
Burt DeVeau matched the same
totil, Bess Sheoard got into the
at with a 513 hdco, and Fredrtie
Martinez completed the slaught slaughter
er slaughter with 503. For, the Pabst Blue
Ribbon Beer who are" aeain in the
cool confines of the .cellaf "two -fe A
siaryiti 01 tne AiDrooK Ainonq
Base were successful. Blackie
Miller tallied 525, and Harry
Rouse 549, both hdcp.
Dillon Hickman 3
Greeha Music 1
Going into the, contest the Gre Greeha
eha Greeha Music Store Was 'Undefeated
with' a clean slate of eight wins,
but the Dillon Hickman Contrac Contractors
tors Contractors wrecked the-store by knock knock-ing'the
ing'the knock-ing'the Music, Makers for three
points, and only in the finale we;e
the Grechas able to play a merry
tune on the lumber to1 salvage
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Don Rudy,' the new Scratchy Al
Event Champion of the Isthmus,
hit the1 pins for a 584 scratch and
608 hdcp. -Lou Glud kicked in with
a 505 scratch and 544 hdcp, and
VI Rudy contributed 511 hdcp sat.
But for the Dillon Hickman; the
whole tdster of Shirley Cavanaugh
Glenn McNall, Trudi Garni, Bob
Cariirt, and Lee Clontz .went over
the- 500 hdcp figure,? flwith Lee
ClonU getting hi thr scratch
way, ''. ,'j-"v-'''
Camel-Wintton-SjUms 4
Boyd Brothor Ins. 0
rrx f, -"5rrtrtf ''
The Insurance Broker of Boyd
Brother went broke tm the lanes
when they met the Camel-Winston-Salemi
pack of bowler. The cija cija-rlllos
rlllos cija-rlllos just made 'the win" column
in the ODenhnr round by two pins.

Seir guardian angel took -care of
em in -the second stanza by lop-
toling'the pinlite-win by 18. But
in the flnaiethe' 'CamehWinston.
Salem jus, rolledh by t. a fast
pace. Jerry Hill ol the cigarettes
was smoking hot with a 568
acratch. and 562 hdcp.
His Missus conked over 547 hdcp
Bertha Pate., and. hee .Jesse were
all even svlth .537 each Batp. Jerry
Hills bi name was booming 225.
The only Policy Writr-.hat could
solve the lanes was Mel Leid Leidner
ner Leidner with a 202, 520 scratch and 577
hdcp series. The ladies on the
Boyd Brothers team .-were no
handicap because Nita Kflrst chip
ped irf With? 552i raind Ginny De
veau'SJlr.both. hdce'. n elno i'
w (. fjtt "iw: t
' 'Pasevial Cooklesji ,;
' Ideal Bread 1
In the battle of the bakers, the
producers of cookie were on the
sweet end of the outcome, wh'le
the i bread makers! were ,t m the
shbrt'etidt ofithtfteutcomwnln the,
pfirst gamej- Rolph -Dhrtf ich; hit-201
game- and ooe Bieber a 206- and
the Pascual -Cookies stored that
one in the win column. In the mid middle
dle middle game, it was a team--effort
on Dfrt of the Pascuals and they
won that by 30 sticks.
(Them Ideal fiTBjrttV Baker ral
lied tmdhr exitnamenb com
fortable margin butr -fell wort of
the TP marker by 13. Both teams
had no tone less than the 500: Men
,uotart" Pascuals; i Dietrich ,'.565
UtmS'SmitliM KL-vJuneBlaneV W,
W8ob ,Bkmeyn3-, ?ndt Joel Bieber;
s?7. ideah Breaar-iwiReccift 545,
Nancyr Johnson S06, Bee. Jensen
W39 'Eai-f'rtffldv5M aitd CkarUe
jEhrenbergM;1 i Mtnix-.-
' canaaa ory i Turco rrooucrs -1
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- With the -first half-xbampionship
already In Hio bag for tho Canada
Dry Hi-Soots, the soft-drinkers are
just keeping in shane for the play play-ofJ.To
ofJ.To play-ofJ.To stay shart) the" Canada Dry
took it out on the Turco Products
by a 3 to 1 count. George Aietzger
was the high man for the -Hi-Spots
with a 544 scratch, and 586,
hdcp. He had assistance from
Jinny Hassler and Bruce of the
same surname, with 504 and 511
hdcp. As usual the Sultan of the
TurpAi niti .Bill ..NIo1rihii with
515 hdcp, And-flclosei by wi Ad-
vbcate Lou. Castro, .with 513, and
damsel Pat Bailey 504.
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Jndei th$ prectrve5 eyes W the
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the hundreds of dollars of the
prize money of the 18th Annual
Bowling Tournament will be dis distributed
tributed distributed to the talented, keglers,
this evening at 7:00 p.m. Be Before
fore Before the presentation of the tro trophies
phies trophies nd 'handing.'out of eash,
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Cristobal High
For 6-to-3 Win
FINAL STANDINGS
Atlantis Twilight BatabaH League
y Won Lost Fe.
poweiis.:' ..r.'j;Aitoo8
C. H. S.
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THURSDAY'S It tSULTS
PoweUa t, C.H.S. 3A
t By TREVOR SIMONS
Powells became' chamnfons of the
Atlantic Twilight League1 for rthe
fourth Consecutive year Thursday
night when they handed Cristobal
High a C-to-3 defeat behind the
tw-hit,oitchintf of Noel Gibson.
The chamoa had to come'' back
off the canvas during the. second
half of the season : ; Ind ? swept
inrouen 10 ine ummate viciorv.
They finished one game behind
Cristobal High in the first half of
the season and when they dropped
their first two tries in the second
half the aging Powells nine was
being, oroclaimed a dead dynasty.
Noel Gibson wotked In1 only five
games all season, but It was the
strong nsnt arm of tne Mg roweus
pitcher that pilled them into the
second half and a clean sweep of
the series, including the series
sames. Powells met the Tigers
from CHS seven times this season
and wound up winners ifr "all but
one. . t
Gibson hardly duplicated Chris
Haas' shutout vlctorv in the first
?ame of the series. Though he cut
down on the Tiger hit output, al
lowing only .two, he walked two
and got some poor support in soots
as the Powells infield miscued four
times. John Wairito .whd; Matched
Gibson's season tecord witlf rand
I, worked the first six innlns and
allowed only four hits: walked 7
and struck out 6. Gibson's strike strikeout
out strikeout total for ..the game was 10.
Brian Lutz worked the seventh
frame for CHS and allowed one un-
earnea run,, wain 0 was charged
nrith tha f,ifS 11 if;.
Th box icore:
Powollt
,earineeti;"!e -..
in ...
Sedeaux, sr. .
arinini, If :
Highleyf lb .
Trout. lb -l
Hall, lb s
sapp, if .
Haas
Hoooer, cf
Bath, rf
Gibson, p .
Downine. 3b
Angerm'er, cf-rf-cf 3
Cristobal High
WUder;2b .
"umDhrey, if-lb
Kulig, ss ....
Cotton, c . .
Bruce, ff . :
i.'8no, a,
Vinas, ct . .
U4
HntA.if) 0
0 1 8.0
Palumbo, lb .
. 3
Tompkinst If
. 0
3
2
0
0y0
0 0
0 0
n O
Hernandez, 3b .'
Wainio, p .
Lutz, p i n .
1
27 3 2 21 11
Score By Innings
Powells
121 010 1-4
002 010 0-3
Cristobal High
PACIFIC LITTLI LBAGUI
FARM DIVISION
Teams
Seymour Agency
Gibraltar Life
Cyrnos
Mutual of Omaha
wi
5 1
1
3
3
2,
Kiwis
Police Juniors
Mutual of Omaha 14 Cyrnos S ..'
- It was a massacre on the dia diamond
mond diamond when Mutual of Omaha
trounced Cyrnos 24 to 5. Jim To-
mwem, stellar backstop for, V"i,
Mutuals had a bannr day wi1
the stick, hammering five si tf
hits for a perfect day. While Mu Mu-t"al
t"al Mu-t"al scored two dozen runs, their
nltcher Ike Hay was very stiney1'
in allowing the Cyrnos hits and
runs. The Win for Mutual and the
toss for Cyrnos gave both teams
identical records of three and
three.'
v.-
The box scorer
Mutual T K V
1-4 1
Sellers.;:2b.;kEit.
Tominemft.'
uaR r.". ;-xC3; vr
Morse.. &.y&ihii3
4 0 It
Carney, lbrr rps,
4 11
ask CMrt..iat.r4is;iiW,. :; f-.H: t'A '."'
tiitenso.' b-.-'!'iw.....;a a
Hudson U 4 t
Tufher, s?..ii f fostCfrib
SmitlHrf
Pope, cf -jv';
Sears, lb

Ab R H Po A E
4 ''2 -1 11 0 0
4 0 1 111
4 0 0 1 3 1
4 0 0 0 0 1
1 0 2 0 1
2 '"O

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. 1 0 1 0' 0 0 ;
..01 0 0 0
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ORLANDO. Fla.. March : 101-
This Is a training camp where
things are somewhat different.
Nobody's breaking un tne : z n-
keea. The Dodgers e o m e t a c k
problem i a so-what shrug.. BUI
Veeck's name draws .only Px
sled look. ."Trotter or pacer?"
This ia where x harness horns
train, rookies and veterans. They
are down here for. the same ba
sift purpose as ballplayers, to
sharpen speed., refine skills, tone-
up muscles. They are getting
ready jor tneir big league open openers
ers openers at Yonkers and Roosevelt. :
In point of performer ; values
snd operational poU, this f amp
completely overshadows any com comparable
parable comparable activity in the state. Or
anywhere else, for that matter.
And as- a source of local revenue.
it is! big business. rf: ;a I
"Assembled here are 50 Satan?
dardbreds, 219 ownersi 66 jJrivek;
iramer, z3 grooms, seven oiacft oiacft-Smiths.1
Smiths.1 oiacft-Smiths.1 The authoritative Del- Mil
ler puts the average worth of the
racers ai $30,000 perneaa. Pre
sumaD,iy, tne owners would go
v.lu i- au
uigucf.- mauo even we imuucs,
the fantastic way the Sport wis
flouriMied.
'liMtajfear, ipr- example,- the
lueneaas outdrew the. flats an
the Big Town for the first lime.
5,109;990 to 4.732,118. .In betting,
they made additional inroads,
though still trailing, $374,943,847
to $415,417,574; .r:-j : i
Admittedly, thev have two sood-
ies iolng. ,for thern night racing
Ihd, for ; one month: the only
wheel in town. In August the
fiats' close and move to Saratoga
to pay reverence to the dead ash ashes
es ashes of yesterday and Mix Hirca's
hot biscuits. This is Like Macy's
shuttering to iurce up Gimbei's
rhite sales.
,0,-All f)le Same, the judheads; oh'
their 6wni are a livelygoutg'con-4
cern; to a very large extent,
they've created their own mar
ket, the response is increasingly
popular, and let no one tell you
they aren't here to stay.
Time Turns Back
ittin(ip :the' ViiJswept( Urf3s
at the3 Ben 'White iSckfso clise
to the finish line a Wilt the Stilt
could, reach out and touch the
horses, the clock turns back, the
glitter and. glow of; palatial Yonk.
ers ?and Roosevelt are preposter
ously remote. This ; is another
age, almost different world; id

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Rainbow City Softball League

POWELLS
CICARILLO
By HIRBIRT MOISI
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Stevedore
Morris
Cig. Oasis
Powell
Pantra
Ajinpw
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' Lew Hilzineer. the Pacific side
pitching ace who hurled a ahutout
en Tuesday in the Panama Major
Softball League, travelled to Rain
bow City to be beaten by a 40 40-foot
foot 40-foot roller from the bat of Rod
man Nunez in the Rainbow City
Open Classification Softball
League. .. ,.s ,.
Hilzinger, pitching for Cigarri Cigarri-llos
llos Cigarri-llos Oasis, was bested in a real
hot duel with Leslie Drayton of
Powells. The victory thus places
Powells in a perfect second place
tie with- the Green smokers.
Both hurling star, ran into trou
ble in the very first inning aa the
visiting Oasis lashed the Omaha
Insurance pellet for five hits and
two runs for a quick and early
but short-lasting lead. Drayton, a
usually poor fielder, grabbed a
roUer hit by Roeello "Pacsi" Am
man and converted it into pitcher
to-catcherHo-third -DP -Weby
snuffing out the rampage that the
Green Smokers had started. In the
Powell home half, the Finnegan
Mechanics bounced back rapidly
battering Hilzinger for four hit3
and tying the score st two .runs.
-From here, both Hilzjnget, and
Drayton hurled sensational; ball.
Drayton-atopped the Oasis team
four hits and one more run while
Hilzinger yielded two more runs
and only three hits in the last six
innings of play.
.The six errors committed in
the game added to the excitemmt
as Drayton's mate worked him.
overtime on several occasions, com
mitting four; errors. Lew baa bet better
ter better support afield but poor base base-running
running base-running (cost him two runs.
; In thetthird, Cig. Oasis moved
out fronts as Obaldia walked, went
to third-Non Knowles' fumble of
TTutu Joseph's single Jo left and
was cut rdown-at tht "pfttei on a
perfect jfirow fromi'Little: Lou",
Undo. iVhil Obaldia was being
thrown out at the plate the speeuy
Joseph jpawever lo third and
when Herman Charles threw past
Joe Clarke Tutu-came in with the
temporary lead run. This one-inning,
one-run lead went to the

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used to be at the old county fairs
when Dan Patch and Lou Dillon,

in exhibitions competed with Lit
tle Egypt's hootchy-kooch for the
yokel buck;
The judges' stand in the infield
is straight out of Currier and
Ives, a sparse painted wooden pa
goda, which, on this day. a "ma
tinee" comprising eight events; is
augmented, by metropolitan sport
writers, .ana an announced,, spon
sored artist; no' less,' 'who, be
tween 'race calls; dwells rhaos-o
Okallv on the astounding meritu
or various home necessities.
Another Concession to civiliza civilization's
tion's civilization's onward march, one that is
muca easier to take than the an
nouncer, is the, motorized staring
gate, the same as is in use at
the' major tracks these days, 1
it. is a oneasure of the' horses
progress, bt training that alln the
tint:-: are, excellent, and. n
ndlarge" io is 'the competition,lJ
wiin aeverai itirrinv whuwor fm
ishes. t;;
Tho.. iB l.n.,...,.. J. 1
able omission. This is betless rac-
mg. No machines, no pools, not
even a. sneak bookie. Our host.
Fredte cgwve&;ofi;ti?p.f
Lake- Jjiments'; ''f
, "This is as dreary as playing
soutaire witn a marxea neck. .'
a sportsman without a soul.
- L. Miller, Driver
. W were-particularly interested
in the seventh arte: qualifying
mile race for older morses.
To aualifv for Yonkers a n d
Roosevelt certain time standards
must be met; this subsequently
appears Ss' information in tne
program to enlighten the bettors,
and stimulate the nlav.
The driver of Freight Forward Forwarder
er Forwarder FVyear-W bay, was L. Miller,
whose presence in the buggy e-
voked odd and sundry joculari
ties.
Such as: "His first race? It'll
be his last. too.". ."Well, I just
hope he gets back alive. The
horse, I mean.". ."What makes
you think he won't keep going un until
til until he Bets back to the World-Tel-
as it turned out, Lou Miller, of
our sports department, did all
right True,, he didn't beat any
body, but, then, the w i n n e r's
time, 2:09.2, was the fastest of
the year. And he was competing
witn real pros in a real race.
And that at least took courage.
taring ri th
thas Nunez reallv un
-cue riguuieu
, rooea for his first
nomer oi tne season and tenth by
ten piayers in tne league.
t Drayton, the slim and aurmiK
ingly durable Powell ace, blanked
Mickey Robinson and his Oasis
team for, the re-t of -the same
while Hilzinger shutout the Pwells
ia the 5th but ran into erouble ui
the .'bottom of the sixth when with
two outs Herman Charles banted
for a basehit and went to second
aa Hilzinger himself threw past
iu si oase.
Charles went to third nn wild
pitch as Nunez was at batv Nunez
reached, to a .count of one-and
one! then the Oasis big wigs called
a conference and decided
him intentionally, to get to the
weak-hitting' Drayton. Rodman is
a pretty last runner. He was a
scholastic champion when attend attending
ing attending the Colegio Abel Bravo in Co Colon.
lon. Colon. .,
zlriger nea-the'iirst wide
one 10 mm to run the count to
2 "bd l. On the next pitch and
with the infield resting back wait-
ng for,t.he tended intentional
walk, Hilzinger got it too close
w Piate and Nunez tapped it
Wfor rstngle and' seoTiht' Her.
wu w ivev.iowara inird and beat
au v.uanes irom vara witn whit
turned out td be the winning run.
Lou's wide one was' a bit too
narrow.
In their seventh', Oasis had a
rally going, on a walk., and a single,
Magadleno walked and scamper
M to third as Obaldia was singling
to right. Excitement reigned from
here until the third Oasis out. O O-baldia,
baldia, O-baldia, a slow but tricky baserun baserun-her,
her, baserun-her, deliberately got trapped fi figuring
guring figuring that Masdaleno M nr
on the-run-dowtt, burtfie. Powell
acyewne oi unao and Artnurs kept
a keen eye on and finnllv taaoaA
out Obaldut The tensii stUl hcW
as Nugent Joseph whoihas a hit hit-ting
ting hit-ting streak vgoingv f stepped to the
Plate and bunted but one again
the Powell infield played it cau cautious
tious cautious in keenine their va An If air.
daleno. Canate, the. next hitter,
took, one pitch and then ended the
thriller,, with a irbundsr- to third.
The victory puts Drayton "three
up" on Nbel Daley who promised
prior to opening day that he will
award the Powell ace $2 for every
game he win;' Drayton's record
on the season is 4 and 2 while
Hilzinger' is -now 1 and 1.

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the Canadian border and from
San Francistd4o Newark
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Pacific, Softball League

SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Won Lost Pet,
Abernathy Unispdrt
Pan Liquido .
. 1 0 1.000
. 1 0 1.000
Glud s Manners . 0
Jantzen o
Mauricio Ambassadors 0
0 .000
1- .000
1; .000
WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS
"Chief" Edwards Mariners ran
Mauricio Ambassadors 2-run lead
in the seventh to a tie game at 10
runs when doubles by Edwards
and Mahon scored four runs off
Mauricio tosser, Geo. Everett.
Dotter started for the Navy
squad but John Hobbie was called
ia relieving Dotter in the fifth.
Many thrilling moments kent the
fans on edge as to which of the
battling first half cellar squads
would make the win column first
this half.
' With an 8-6 score going into the
seventh, Mauricio's Ambassadors
had two big innings obtaining their

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runs when in the third, three sin.
gles, an error and" wild pitches & I
made it easy then in the fifth, Dot Dotter
ter Dotter walked two men, Bobbins sin-
gled and Fish sacrifice fly account accounted
ed accounted for four earned runs. The Mar Mariners
iners Mariners after a starting two run ia
the first didn't score until thai 757".
fourth with an equal number. Tne
closing half of the game was the'"
Mariners point with an error by
the centerfielder and two single h
helping out before the game's clos closing
ing closing issue. iA,
Hobbie hit safely twice fof fsV '""
Mariners along with Gagne and "r
Skandarais while Mauricio Marti- "
nez and Robbins also had two hits. "" v
The box score : i

Ambassadors Ab R H"
Martinez 4 1 2,H"
Gonzalez 3 2 1
Russell 2 3 1
Robbins . 4 0 2' "":
Fish 2 2 1 ,;
Everett .... 3 1 t
Soaulding 3 0 t"?
errera 2 0 0
irown 10 1 '""
Hiaz .. l 0 0
Head 1 1 0
Mariners
'Mi n
Skandamis :. ..4 2 2n u
Skala 4 11
WiRht 4 0 0
Dotter 4 11
Gagne 3 2 2
Mugin 2 10'
Edwards Ill
Kelly ..- ..Hi
Hobble .. .. ..2 1
Mahon . 3 1 1
Buxton 3 0 0

An official scorer and sportswrit sportswrit-er
er sportswrit-er is urgently needed by the Pacific
Softball League. Interested appli
cants are requested to contact
League President. Bill De La Ma
ter, at Balboa 3528 or 2519.

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Resorts 1 1

PHILLIPS OceansWe Cttas
tWa Clara R. 4a P. Mm fa fa-!ima
!ima fa-!ima 8-18T7 Cristobal i-Wi.
Foster cettases. hrwee" Santa
Clara and Rio Hat, New Uw
rates. Phone Bathea '66-
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
ne ytar minimum, three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, ona with air cenditienmf,
two bathroom., hot water, eute eute-matic
matic eute-matic washing machine. Z0 Z0-Beiida
Beiida Z0-Beiida ta El Cangreio. Tal. 3 3-6070.
6070. 3-6070. Comrnercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spacious and mod modern
ern modern ite, Rkardo Arias itraat.
Telephone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Large ipace, suit suit-able
able suit-able for storage or shop. Alio a
small spSee, mitable for ltoraga
r shop. Apply janitor at T1 T1-132
132 T1-132 or phone Hopkins, lamoa
2966.
FOR RENT: Profeational of
commercial office on ground floor
Edrficio Urraca, corner Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters,- $125.00. Call Panama
3-7031.
Murnighan Succeeds
Dickson To Head
Army t Company
' New feommanding officer ef T,
Company, 34th Armor, ee(lve
vestertiay, is Capt. Richard
t. Murpighan. who gucceeded
Capt. James H. Dickson in the
position. Dickson became assis assistant
tant assistant executive officer, 1st Battle
Croup, 20th Infantry, with tem temporary
porary temporary duty at Headquarters, U U-nited
nited U-nited States Army Caribbean,
Port Amador.
Dickson has len commanding
efficer of D. Company, 34th Ar Armor,
mor, Armor, for the past 18 months.
Murnighan, until now, has been
assigned as battle group motor
officer, wfiith position will be
filled by Capt. James Hetherly,
the former executive officer of
K Company, 34th Armor.

The Pacilic Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840) :
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. 'SALAVERRY" Mar. 2
M.V. "POTOSI" Apr. 4
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
1.8. "REINA DEL MAR"
(Air-conditioned) 20,225 Tons May 22
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TELEPHONES:
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rales and Information
Tel. Panama 2-05S2
Monday thru Friday
.' a.m. to 12:o
t ee p.m. to $:a
Saturday: f:N a.m. to lt:
NEGOTIATI CULTURAL PACT
LONDON (UPI) A Commu
nist Chinese delegation is in
Baghdad to negotiate a cultural
agreement with the Iraqi govern
meat, the Communist Peiping Ra
dio reported last night
STRETCHING THINGS
LONDON, England (UPI) Pub
lic investors, speculating on tne
shape of things to come, respond responded
ed responded 'o an offer to sell 450,000
shares in a company called Cor-

H set Silhouette with applications
- fofiJ14,750,000 shares, the com com-h
h com-h i Jisny said loday.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom apartment
high in El Cangrejo, large living
dining, porch, large kitchen ga garage,
rage, garage, all screened, call 3-7453.
ifOR RENT s- Two bedrooms
gpartment, very good house.
"Cheles Apartments," Camp
Alegre. Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: In Bella Vista,
large two bedroom apartment,
dfinihg, living, P$(ch, balconies,
two bathrooms, roaid's room and
garage also smaller two bedroom
apartment furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. Call Panama 2-4696.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Excellent location.
;43rd Street, Nat 13
FOR RENT: Comfortable, ool
three bedroom apartment with
two main bathrooms, ona with
tub, one with shower, large front
porch, livingroom, dfiningroom,
breakfast room, kitchen, maid's
room and bath, hot, watty laun laun-,
, laun-, dry suitable for&ashing mi mi-chin''
chin'' mi-chin'' itc. ) tlcelliMy serviced
house. Rent $130.00. 'Phone
Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027.
WANTED
VANTI&r-' '"Two- lepertmenri
each at least 5 bedrooms and two
livingroomi. Located in Cangrejo
r Campe Alegre. $400.00 each
one. Tel. 3-7920.
Mexico Reduces
Prices Of 14
Small Automobiles
MEXICO CITY (UPI) New
reduced prices for 14 makes of
small "popular" automobiles went
into effect today.
The reductions applied to the
America Nash-Rambler and 13
uropak ears'. They raged from
$535.60 for the German Opel Opel-Olympia
Olympia Opel-Olympia to $1,162.40 for the Ger
man Mercedes Benz 180.
i The lower rices were made
possible by a recent 50 per cent
I cut in imiport duties on small
cars to make them available to a
larger number of Mexican eon eon-tsumers.
tsumers. eon-tsumers. The price of the Nash-Rambler
was slashed from $3,027.20 to
$1,720.40.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
' Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
AMrOtfl&NMENT j
EMPLOYES FINANCE !Co.
kAT9 Jt T0 36 Mo.
on new cars
, AGENCY DEHLINtiER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 8-4984 3-4985;
Al Types 61 Auto Insurance
TIDDLERS AIM AT TITLE I
LONDON (UPI) The deadly
accural men of the RoyaJ Air
Force bomber command today
took- steady aim at the tiddly-
winks championship of Britain.
The 'domfaanU'i sought member membership
ship membership in the Tiddly-winks Assn., to
enableit -torompeU against
teams In the houses of Parlia Parlia-mejit.
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: Beautiful Sunbeam
Alpine sport convertible. For in information
formation information call 3-1141 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR, SALE: 1954 Ford station
wagon, 9 passengers, Fordomatii
$900.00. 793-A Tavernilla St.
Balboa, phone 2-3406.
FOR SALE: 8 cy. Plymouth '56
hard top, 4 doors, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. 3-6298.
FOR SALE: Morris convertible,
1955 $550.00, Morris, sedan,
black, 1955, $600.00. House
No. 2162-B, 8th St., Curundu,
C.Z.
FOR SALE: Station wagon 1957
Chevrolet, for details call 6-455
or 6-755 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge 4 door
sedan, Custom Royal, blue book
price, 460 Ancon Boulevard, An-
FOR SALE: 8 cyl. Plymouth
'6, hard top, 4 door, perfect
condition. -Tel. 3-628.
WANTED TO BUY: Heater for
1957 Lincoln. Telephone 2-0261
or 3-2632. Mr. Freund.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Main Mainline
line Mainline four door, radio, WSW. Call
84-4202.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash sedan,
two tone with radio. Revised.
$150.00. Tel. 3-2737.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 52,
powerglide, duty paid, under-
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Sport Suburban 9 pass., station
wagon $1500, Revere movie
camera $50, chest of drawer $5.
Telephone Panama 3-6649 after
4 p.m. or can be seen from 12
H4 vftift78.A, Maiiaasoarilae
BauVoaaTOe's'StreakrrToWe op opposite
posite opposite Sears on Isthmian .High .Highway,
way, .Highway, from 4 to 8.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobil 1950
reasonable, 716-C Prado, Balboa.
Orchids On Display
i ornarrow At 4WD
The Cartal Zone Orchid Socie Society
ty Society is displaying at the 'US0rJWB,
looay ana tomorrow, many.
uyunu oi cuius irom various pairs
of the world, as well as familiar
varieties of Panama.
loaay ana will rsmain open until
9 p.m.
Servicemen and their families
as well as the general public are
invited to attend.
THE LOVE
THAT WAS
FORBIDDEN
but ciA
Soon BELLA VISTA
The New
NIKON
With built-in 'Universal
Viewfinder System
Panama coldn
'OUTBOARD MOTOR
"V f REPAIRS V
Call LOWE, S. A. v
Kalhoa Ave; No. V IeL'2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.

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FOR SALE: 61x19x42, solid
knotty pinebar wooden mahogany
colored desk. Automatic dryer.
Dresser and 3 chests Odds and
ends. 0777-D Williamson Place.
Balboa 1681.
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chairs, new, S months.
Gamboa 6-444.
FOR SALE. Walnut secretary
$30.00, green pattern rug 9x12,
$15.00 dresser, chest of drawers
$7.00 each, 2-sets encyclopedias
$20.00 b $7.00. House No.
2162-B, 8th St., Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Small Hot Point
refrigerator in excellent shape.
Please call 3-4086,
FOR SALE : Beautifull t piece
small living room set. Almost
new, pleas sail 3-4086.
FOR SALE: Automatic Laun Laundromat
dromat Laundromat Westinghouse washing
machine In perfect conditions,
please call 34086.
FOR SALE: Buffet, antique
wardrobe, tables, hairs, rugs,
Frigidaire, name it, I have it.
Balboa 1309.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: AKC Cocker Spaniel
puppies, champion line, pedi pedigreed,
greed, pedigreed, sired bv aeneral-tuff-auv.
ffl Call Panama 3-4678.

Gamblers Indicted For Try
At Smuggling VmCaio

PITTSBURGH (tTPI)-Six pr pr-sons
sons pr-sons were indicted yesterday on
charges of v trying to s, m u g g 1 1
stolen weapons,, to Cuban revolu revolutionaries..
tionaries.. revolutionaries.. feifl&AjfernMient tatfteid the
4apbner4fart'6'ot $20,6D0
worin oi urearms sroien irom a
National Guard, armory at Can Canton,
ton, Canton, Ohio, last year. One shipment
reached Cuba, during the recent
revolutions but the other was con
fiscated in West Virginia last No
vember.
tfeven-eouht indictment were Vic Victor
tor Victor Carlucci, of nearby vNew Ken Kensington,
sington, Kensington, a son-in-law of New Ken Kensington
sington Kensington rackets boss Sam Manna Manna-rino;
rino; Manna-rino; Norman Rothman, Surfside,
Fla., a gambler formerly associ associated
ated associated with the San Souci night
club in Havana, and f Daniel
(Speed) Hanna, of New Kensing
ton, an alleged gambling figure.
Also indicted were Joseph Gior
dano, an employe of Carluci's
Beverage distribution firm; Stu
art Sutor, of Hialeah, Fla., an air airplane
plane airplane pilot,r and Joseph, Merola,
Miami Beaph, Fla., who Accompa Accompanied
nied Accompanied Sutor 'on the alleged gun gun-running
running gun-running attempt.
Sam Mannanno and his brother,
Gabriel (Kelly) Mannarino. Both

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE; Airplane Cessna
140-A, blu and whit. Colon
Airport. Phone Cristobal 3-1942
or 5-508.
FOR SALE: Winter Spinet pia piano,
no, piano, like new hardly ueed. Good
prie cash. Telephone 3-0451,
Eisenmann.
FOR SALE: Maytag automati
washing machine. Call .863111,
Albrook, anytime.
FOR SALE: Tame whit face
monkey; gentle with children;
good family pat; with large
roomy sturdily-built cage. Total
value $60. Will sell for $35. Call
.Las Cumbres 2030. H-414 4th
St. Las Cumbres, R. d P.
FOR SALEi On commercials
beer cooler. 5 eompartments with
compressor, 6 cyol. 110 volts. Ft.
Clayton Officers Club, Tel. 87 87-4281
4281 87-4281 or 4283. Best offer ever
$65.00.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi stereo, for
records and tape, complete with
. cabinets and quality components
2203 Curundu.
FOR SALE: C.E. refrigerator 9
ft. $200, air extractor $50,
Perrid Boxer pup', six weeks old,
$75.00. Tl. 3-6125.
FOR SALE: Zenith Tuns Tuns-oceanic
oceanic Tuns-oceanic short wave rad(' with
battery $90.00, upholstered
chair $10.00, typewriter 1 8"
carriage $22.50, Lawson lov
seat $50.00, 797-A Tavernilla,
Balboa, Tel. 23489.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi phonograph
AM-SW radio, console, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Also CRIB, phone
Curundu 6291.
appeared this week before the
federal grand jury which invest!
gated th gun-runing incident.
but neither was mentioned in the
indictment.
Gabriel Mannarino was a "dele-
gat'e' to ta 1957 crima conven
tion at Apalachin, N.Y.
Dr. Louis C. Pessalano, of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Fla., was named in one
count as an unindicted co-conspirator.
Government attorneys ichareed
hatt Jtothinan, a slot-WacJiiniqp-
Ctiba, at the time, contacted Pes Pes-salno
salno Pes-salno to hire a plane and pilot.
Sutor, accompanied by Merola,
flew north to nearby Russellton,
Pa., where, FBI agents said, 93
rifles, 24 carbines and 4 machines
guns-stolen from the Canton ? ar ar-mory
mory ar-mory ; svere placed board;-',the
plane,,- vit
Agents seized the plane at Mor-
landed for refueling.
The date of arraignment for the
six indicted men will be set later.
Authorities indicated the United
States would seek extradition of
Rothman; who was believed stil
in Cuba. Sutor was in jail ill West
Virginia.
MORGAN
It
The
ENSEMBLE
AT EASTER
BALBOA Theater
TUESDAY 8 P. M.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lota 500 and 1.000
meters, m th Nuevo Hipidromo
Urbanixatio- across the Remo
Racetrack. All lets with etreet
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
Tl, )9?
POR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters m the best location f
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new afreet. For infor information
mation information pleas call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.Vt 12 nMH and from
2 p.m. t 3 a.m.
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FOR SALE: 11,00 squar met meters,
ers, meters, $0.50 per meter, house and
lot. Call 4-1043, Panama.
FOR SALE -3000 156 meter
of land near to th Nuevo Hi-,
podrom, $3.00 per meter. Tel.
4-0394.
SHARP SENTRY Named ms
th Marine Sentry of.. the
Month for' February was Cpl.
Leslie X Williams aabove eF.
:Wm.i cited at
meritorious mast for -his ef effort.
fort. effort. A Teteran of seven
years'1 service in the Corps.
Williams stand's his post at
the Rodman Naval Station.
(Navy Photo)

Local Artists Plan Benefit

Concert At Nati

A benefit' Concert of vocal and
pialha muBi,ft?Swill be presented at
the National "Theatre Friday April
10, by the Rev. Allan1 R. Wentt
and Frank Walters.
Father Wentt is a well-known
priest of the Episcopal Church, e
present priest-in-charge of St. Al Albany
bany Albany Church, Paraiso, who will
soon leav for the states in order
So workc on his scholarship at the
Juilliaraf scnooi oi music in mew
York.
Walters is the son of the clergy
man in charge of the First Bapt Baptist
ist Baptist Church in Paraiso, who has re returned
turned returned to the Isthmus especially
to participate ki this concert.
Father, Wentt possesses a rich
baritone. Voice. When he sang for
tne members of the Billy Graham
Foundation, they insisted that he
participate in the Puerto Rican
crusade in the early part of last
year. He was brought up in the
city of Colon, attending Christ
Church Diocesan Academy and
latee: teached there.
In his teens he stuoiea voice
with the Rev. Mainert J. Peter Peterson,
son, Peterson, then Rector of Christ Church
By the Sea. In 1953, he left
the Isthmus to study at the Ber Berkeley
keley Berkeley Divinity Schol in New
Haven, and in 1956 returned to
be ordained to the priesthood of
the Episcopal Church. Since that
time he has, served as priest-in-
-1 Ct' AlK.n'a Pknnh To
raiso. ne naa aiso Deen siuaying
with Mrs. Marta Spoel, professor
Point IV Conducts
anama
A workshop In the development
Of teaching materials in industrial
arts, sponsored by the Ministry of
Education with thecooperation of
the North American technicians
assumed to the education division
of the Point Four program in Pa
nama, is currently being taught
by professor. Alfonso A. Haughton,
specialist ill Industrial arts educa education,
tion, education, at th. SCIDE building m Be Be-Us
Us Be-Us Vitav ; ;r
The Important objectives of this
workshop, which will last three
weeks; are t orient the industrial
arts teachers In the;country Tia
o.junujri:nenfeacniBg or uiis-nw
jecMn the8econdary sehogl;of
the tepubliei" . 11
The seventeen professors attend;
ing are working enthusiastically
and intensely In the preparation
of teaching ma trials they will use
t. tl..l-l-..n.tl... fn. Htm
ill iucii icsiurv BLiiuvig ivi
coming school year. Ten are frpm
the Province of Panama, two from
Veraeu'as. and one each from
Colon, Code, Parley Los Santos
and Chiriqul,

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Speaks" English fluently. Please
contact Tel. 3-7920.
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publication will be sold at th
cost of the repairs, Kindly call at
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eras cameras as aeon as possible. KODAK
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BABY-ORCHID corsages bou bouquets
quets bouquets delivered anywhere U.S.A.
Canal Zone, Panama. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 4-1241.
FOR SALEi;-i 'W ft. outboard
boat with cabin, private toilet.
Tel. Panama 1-1287, 7 a.m.
4 p.m.
FOR SALE i38 ft. beat, Buda
Diesel 6 cylindrt 460 gal fuel
capacity, 2-152$.
FOR SALE: 1956 10 h.p. Evm Evm-rude,
rude, Evm-rude, including controls and 8
xtra tanks, 275. Call Abbott,
Phone Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: 14 foot, Modified
playboy run-a-bout, 35 h.p.,
elevHc trt utboar break-'
dowfr rypi "jjatof' traKeri !all
cesseries, $875.00. PheKe 6-114
r see at 1 1 9X-B, Garrtboa.
FOR SALE Houseboat. Moored
in Gatusi lake. Tw floors nA
truct.d en atl U SVxUi
ia roams en rop neor renevaT
containing tiled bath; tiled AJtt t
ehnomplptllr equipped; wffli
fy screened orch. Lower floor
' contains on bath, five partially
completed rooms. May be ween
by calling 5-474 weekends fron -8
a.m. to 6 p.m. or after 4 p.m.
n wok ofays.
of yoIcBstrt'theNattona! Instttut
ated in a well-received concert at'
the U.S.O.-J.W.B, in Balboa. M
Walters was horn oh the-Isthm
us, but studfeid 'invusic it the Itov1!
wnere-oe, receivea a oegree w
licettiaw'jOf AtheRbyalfJVfusiC'
bcnooi. He has given numerous
concerts in the United States, and
made his debut in Carnegie Hal,
New York. He is, at present
tavelling in this part of the world,
and gave a most successful con concert
cert concert in Colon on" March 17 for the
benefit bf the' Music Scholarship
Fund C6mmittee of Colon; In "New
York, he has his own music school
where he concentrates on teach
ing all phases of music.
This will be a benefit perform
ance to assist Father Wentt to.
get to the States, where he will'
further his musical education
and serve as a priest in the Dioce Diocese
se Diocese of New York.
Walters returned from JamaieV
for the express purpose of sharing
in, the program. The full program
will appear in the near future,
and ticKets win De on sale at tn
National Theatre and at certain
well-known stores in Panama.
J Geometry i name is' dei
rlvorl frnm tV. flrmuM: tvnrrle
for "earttr?"; and; mm&
Since. geoAetry hadJU Jbeginv,
ning in 2QWZ&$Wm& i
this nam 'is frolibir th
translation f of in 'Egyptian
term. The word refers to the i
measurement bt the! earth.'Tvei?
Egyptians needed geometry Jtyr'S
remeasuring pieces et heir
land that had been washed
way by the Nile floods.

peered numWou programs, fxWfl M, California
and just two weeks -ago. particip- Inswwe f Technology. The three.

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Zodiac. Automatic transmission.
r f:00..
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System Can Warn U
OPSpace Attacks
. PASADENA. Calif.. Marrii fit
(UPI) Th United Star ho.
taken etlon to protect itself a.
gainst a possible sneak satellite
attack from outer space by creat
ing a "satellite detection fenee."
This early warning system a a-gainet
gainet a-gainet satjM Jo essentially
completed" and eonsists of a se series
ries series of detecting stations strung
across the southern states,
said Dr, W, L. Whitson, deputy
chief scientist of the Advanced
Research; Projects Agency
(ARPA).
jne-raqaressea m meenng yes-
day meeting ends tomorrow.
These stations. ar MirlnnoH t
detect silent satellites which
emit no ,sadio signal, Whitson.
said-,-...-
:nendy satellkes iHD vA
Wfli'eiripotittoB, he said.
"Wi-willi'have to detect them.
He pointed out the problem
will heeorne more acute as the
number of satellites "orbiting
overhead increases.
"We are rapidly ipproachtog
the time when many satellites
wUl be in orbit," Tie said. "We need
the capability to track all kinds.
We'' -need a worldwide sorvelanoe
system
One of our major eoneerns n
10 years wilK be locating and
keping tracl; of perhaps hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of satellites,4 he said. We
must be prepared to detect aad
identify all kinds.
1 A a m ale
myq vonnnuGi war
With Press, Public
In Australia
SMELrlOURNE. Anstreil. tm1
--Cctress ; Ava Gardner extended
ner fight wrth the Austrslisn
pres today to, include tne Aus
tralian pubfic.N v: -Since
an incident In vrlnr
when she doused a newspaper
photographer with champagne,
Miss .Gardner has become almost
a recluse, refusing all interviews
and evading photographers.
.Today, when she arrived at ex exclusive
clusive exclusive Ciro's restaurant to film
a scene for producer Stanley Kra
mer's t "On- The Beach," Mjss
Gardner refused to acknowledge
the calls from a large crowd out-
side. She covered her face with
newspaper..
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r The Air Force has never been able to find a nose cone fired over intercontinental range.
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pected expected later today on whether
the recovery, force of three ships
ajicl two or three planes was
Mccessful.
fThe powerful engine of the
liner-Able rocket drowned out
tbil chirping and. croaking of
rackets and frogs on the rain rain-waked
waked rain-waked Cape when it roared into
action at 1:19 am.
Kising from a ground- hug hug-Klflg
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burned a brilliant trail across
th ky in a steep climb.
Af Lieutenant Out
After 80 Days
On Television Show
NEW YORK (UPD-Air Force
Lt. James Astrue went down to
defeat after 80 days on a televi television
sion television quiz show yesterday, 16 days
before he would have been forced
He went back to work at Mc Mc-Gttire
Gttire Mc-Gttire Air Force Base $143,600
richer at least before taxes. Tins
iflkooo less than his maximum,
had he stayed, to the end of his
accumulated Air Force leave.
His tenure and his winnings
were an all-time record for the
NBC-TV Tic Tac Dough program.
.'Istrue went don to defeat on
anixploring 'question: Who was
tlw-iiamous Englishman who ex explored
plored explored ahd mapped the reefs ot
Jfamestown, Va., in 1608 and later
explored the coast of New Eng-
T..,.- .,iri it was Sir Walter
Raleigh; the answer was John
ith.
"1 wrong ''answer actually was
made a week ago wnen wud,
program was taped in the NHL
itudios. The 26-year-old officer
from San Francisco had managed
to keep in the running on the day day-ttme
ttme day-ttme quia show by using three
years of accumulated Air Force
leave during alternate weeks, ap appearing
pearing appearing before the cameras for
shows each recording day.
; He still had eight days of leave
or-1ft shows when he gave the
rong answer.
Weather Or Not
' tirtite weather report for tna 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPEEATCRB:
yjfllgh 93
!!lW 72
HUMIDITY
High 88
low 6
81
78
84
76
WIND:
(max. mph)
ItAiN (inches)
NW-21
0
N-16
0
WATER TEMP:
flnner harbors) 70
81
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.02
Madden Dam 234.51
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, MARCH 22
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the first stage Thor appeared
to burn out on schedule, and
a flash that apparently was sec second
ond second stag ignition was seen
seconds later,
It was the third time a
Thor-Able had been fitted
with the small cone, shaped
like the 'neck and shoulders
of a soft drink bottle.
Two other rockets fired
earlier this year had trouble
and fell far short of their
mark.
Informed sources said that
officials felt that if the rocket
performed as hoped, the chances
for recovering the cones would
be much better than in the first
Thor-Able series last summer.
College Boy Killed
As Friend Displays
'Unloaded' Pistol
SUWANEE, Tenn. (UPI) A
Sarasota, Fla. youth accidentally
shot and killed a fraternity
brother in a dormitory room at
the University of the South here
last night.
Authorities said Danford Sawy Sawyer,
er, Sawyer, 19 year-old sophomore, was
displaying a tiny Derringer pistol
when it went off, killing 23-year-old
Gareth Moultrie Ward, a jun junior
ior junior from Memphis, Tenri.
The tragedy was ruled acciden accidental
tal accidental by coroner Robert Sims after
an invesgiation by civil and col college
lege college authorities.
Dean John M. Webb said Saw
yer's father, Danford Sawyer, also
of Sarasota, was to come to the
university as soon as possible."
The dean said the youth was
"very upset" about the shooting
and that the boys were "the best
of friends.
Sawyer purchased the pistol re
cently at nearby Cowan, Tenn.
Webb said he thought that par particular
ticular particular type bf pistol "has become
popular because of television pro programs."
grams." programs." "Apparently there was a bullet
in the pistol they didn't know
about. The pistol suddenly went
off, striking Ward in the chest."
He said "there were absolutely
no indications the boys had been
drinking. It Was just a' friendly
visit like those college boys are
always, having in dorms.
Another upperclassman present
at the time verified Sawyer s
story that the two youths had
loaded the pistol but had removed
the bullets and put them in a box.
Ward, son of a New York ad advertising
vertising advertising man,' John M; Ward Jr.,
and Mrs. Ward of Memphis, was
dead on arrival at Emerald
Heights Hospital on the mountain mountain-top
top mountain-top campus here.
He was named for his grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Col. J. Moultrie Ward, also
of Sarasota, Fla.
Miss Butcher
To Teach Chorus
Miss Emily Butcher, supervisor
of music in the Latin American.
Schools of the Canal Zone, has vol volunteered
unteered volunteered her services in David to
help train a community chorus.
with the cooperation of the Minis-
rtr nf frHnoatinn onA Prnfocenr 1
Raul Aponte. Director of the Co Co-legio
legio Co-legio Felix Olivares C.
Miss Butcher will go to David if
there is enough interest express expressed
ed expressed by its residents and pupils at
the Colegid Felix Olivares C.
She will be available only until
April 10, after which she will have
to resume her regular teaching
duties.
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Mother Who Kilted
Son's Wife Doomed
To Gas Chamber
VENTURA, Calif., March 21
(UPI) Elizabeth Duncan, who
married from 10 to 20 times but
did not want her son to marry a
Canadian nurse, was condemned
to death in the gas chamber last
night for hiring two men to kill
his wife.
Eight women and four men re returned
turned returned the death verdict in the
"for hire' murder case after a lit little
tle little more than three hours of de deliberationthree
liberationthree deliberationthree months from
the day Olga Duncan's body Was
found in a shallow grave north
of here.
Spectators sat in hushed quiet
as 83-year-old presiding Judge
Charles F. Blackstock asked if the
jury had reached a verdict. It was
handed to the court clerk who
read:
"Death."
The 54-yeaWfld matron accept accepted
ed accepted the jury decision stoically
the same reaction she showed last
Monday when she was convicted
of first degree murder.
But her 30-year-old son, Frank,
visibly shaken, said:
"It was horribly unfair. There is
no question that political ambi ambition
tion ambition was involved in this
"He (prosecutor Roy Gustajff
son) intends to climb to a higher
position over the body of my mo mother."
ther." mother." Gustafson said:
"I think the verdict is just.'
Graham Beats Quick
Retreat From Invite
To Pajama Party
-BROADBEACH, Australia (UPI)
Billy Graham cancelled an ap appearance
pearance appearance at a teenagers pajama
party yesterday after police ad advised
vised advised him the affair was "unsa "unsavory."
vory." "unsavory." Graham had been invited to the
weekly party at the Beachcom Beachcomber
ber Beachcomber Hotel at nedrby Surfers Pa Paradise
radise Paradise to deliver a sermon. The
invitation came from hotel own owner
er owner Bernard Elsey.
The parties, which have been
the subject of controversy be between
tween between Elsey and police, attract
teen-agers who, dance to rock V
roll music in pajaih'as. The teen teenagers
agers teenagers are supposed to wear un underwear
derwear underwear under their pajama.
Liquor licensing police have
visited the parties several times
taking names of those present.
A number of persons have been
convicted and fined for consum
ing liquor in a public dance nail
since the "raids began.
"I had not fully understood all
the implications involved," Gra
ham told a hastily-called news
conference. "My only purpose in
saying I'd go to the party was to
preach the Gospel and try and
get young people there to accept
Christ's challenge in life.
"! think now it would be better
if I speak to then; in a different
setting and thus reach even more
Gold Coast youth."
Graham has been resting at the
Broadbeach Hotel before continu
ing his five-month Australian
crusade, begun in Melbourne Feb
15.
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RUSSIA'S FLOATING MINE-Miners we sallori at Kursk, Russia, where this suction dredge:
extracts iron ore from a water-filled quarry. The dredge daily pulls up 20,000 cubic meters
of pulverized ore. The Soviets call the Kursk region (see map, upper left) one of the world's
richest, where iron ore deposits lie close to the surface to permit open-cut txdbinf. Ore de deposit
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STIP INSIDf That's (he invitation world tra veler Noble B. Trenham extends to Sammy E. Os Osborne
borne Osborne and his dad, Col. Hugh P, Osborne, who are eager to get a glimpse of the mobile home in which
Trenham and Charles D. Fisher are traveling arou nd the world. While in the Canal Zone the young
adventurers have parked their "Roadrunner" at -Fort Amador, (U.S. Army Photo)

xThe Royal Road To Romance' Inspires
Journey Of Two US Graduate Studenfs

Around the world in 80,000 miles!
That is the aim of two adventure-
hungry graduate students from
the states JNowe u, rrennam
and Charles D. Fisher. The jour
ney originated in Los Angeles last
January 25 and, by My 19&0;they
expect to have tdiifed' six conti
nents and crossed the Equator
nine times.
The tour has been Noble's life
long ambition. He became inspir inspired
ed inspired upon reading his first Richard
Halliburton book,. rne Koyai itoaa
to Romance.' While serving as a
pilot in the Navy he encountered
Fisher, and the pair delved deep deeply
ly deeply into the intricacies of such an
extended journey. Within foar
years they were on their way.
Thtir mission is "to un understanding
derstanding understanding across six conti continents."
nents." continents." They are accomplishing this
mission by means frf the "Road "Road-drunner,"
drunner," "Road-drunner," a cutom-built p
truck. With whMlbasa of 103
inches, It-Inch clearance from
tn road and four-wheel drive,
they can negotiate topographical
haxards that arc insurmountable
barriers to ether vehicles. In
front is winch which they
hav had to utilize at times to
pull themselves etrt f soft
ground. O A Y
Most of the conveniences of mod
ern living are transported in the
compartment in the rear, which
houses a refrigerator, a sink, two
Murphy cots, a butane stove and
a Coleman lantern'. Power for el electrical
ectrical electrical units is supplied by a gen generator
erator generator affixed to the top of the
truck.
The "Roadrunner" carries a 50
gallon gas reserve, which is ex
pended at therate of six to 12
miles per gallon.
A last minut detan was point point-d
d point-d out to thorn by friend who
had traveled In Arabia Hit col coloring
oring coloring of tbt truck. The. original
color was red, which' is strictly
taboo to the sheiks. Green was
out of Hi qutstion because' ma many
ny many African tribas view it with
superstitious dread. Blue and
white ware finally selected as
th kast offensive colors.
Visas and passports were essen essential
tial essential items that were not overlook
ed in the planning stage, but at

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one Central American customs
house they .were informed that ad additional
ditional additional papers were required for
entry. However, it was no, prob problem
lem problem to have the matter expedited

at the border station.
Tra veiling through Central A-
merica has presented them wtyj
the most formidable challenge thus
far. From the Mexico border
south, paved or even graded roads
extend only a few miles out ot tne
larger cities so they had to "rough
it" over open trails most of the
way. Unseasonal rains in this re'
gion stalled them on several o'c
casipng but ady Luck smiled m
them or their ingenuity pulled
them through.
Fourteen shock absorbers, one
fan and radiator were replaced
during the 5200-mile land voyage
from California to Panama. Their
calculations failed to include wear
and tear on "shocks," which made
riding very uncomfortable until
they arrived at a locality where
they could be replaced.
Noble offered not of en encouragement
couragement encouragement to thoso keeping
watch on the progress of tht In Inter
ter Inter merican Highway. The
route passed oyer the cleared
readsltes where the highway ,is
to be- constructed. Almost .all of
fhe land is cjeared end grubbed?
and by the middle of 1961; the
United States will b accessible
by pavod roads, he predicted.
The impassable jungles of Da-
rien discount any possibility tof
continuing by land into Colombia.
Progress Doubted
As Briton Checks
Roman History
LONDON (-UPI) Britain. is, not
doing much better than its an ancient
cient ancient Rome occupiers in read
building, a. ho n a o n newspaper
said: today:
"The Romans built 4,000 miles
of British roads in 400 years-or
ten miles a year the Daily Mail
said in an- editorial. "Today we
arecbuilding at the rate ; of 25
miles a year. It does not seem, a
wg, aavance m z,ooo years. :

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The pair wiH proced to La Guai Guai-ra,
ra, Guai-ra, Venezuela, by ship. From La
Guaira they will proceed to Bogo
ta via the Simon Bolivar Highway
and, thence along the west coast
of Hie continent to Santiago, Chi
le, passing through-La Paz, Boli Bolivia'
via' Bolivia' eh route, From Santiago, they
will turn east to Buenos Airs and
Rio de Janeiro.
At Rio, thy will secure ship
passage to Dakar, F. W. A. and
proceed through the western in interior
terior interior to Capetown, Africa. From
Capetown to Cairo, Kgypt tney ex-
)ect to' find gpod roads. Jb oUow oUow-ng
ng oUow-ng Rommel's route along, the
north cbast of Africa they expect
to arrive in Tunis about the end
of September. i
Their European Jaunt will com
mence at Naples, Italy and from
there they will visit, every Euro European
pean European nation, including the USSR
and satellites. The continental trek
will be concluded at Athens from
where they will embark fur Le
banon by ship. A tour of the Mid Middle
dle Middle East wil get underway at Bei Beirut
rut Beirut and then India, Indo-China,
Malaya and Indonesia are sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. A complete circle trip of
Australia is then slated, to be fol
lowed by a Voyage to Tahiti and
J! a wan, Last stop is JLos Angles,
where Noble will continue his doc
toral studies in economics and
Charles will return to the Univer University
sity University of Michigan to conclude his
doctorate m forestry, l
With only 1-Hth ef the trip
completed, and by now seme of
the more unpleasant aspects en encountered,
countered, encountered, it appeared to seme
observers that they should be
discouraged. Noble, with tmila
flathing through a five inch
beard, replied, "the barriers ere
always higher whon one worries
bout them. We don't worrvt we
lust pass. them hon we get
thiifc.. :
During their stay in the Canal
Zone the travellers parked their
mobile home near the causeway
at Fort Amador.
Ukrciiiian Partisans
SeKOff Explosions
In Three Cities
VIENNA (UPI) Ukrainian
partisans, MeWy up explosives in
the streets of three maior cities
in -southwestern Ukraine last week
in a defiant demonstration of the
struggle for an independent .state
Western intelligence sources said
today. ,
The reports'! said several iper
sons were injured In the explo
sions wnicn toucnea off
''general turmoil" and brought
unusual strict action by Soviet
secijrity police1.
The explosives were tossed into
the streets of MUkachevo, Khust
and Uihgorod shortly before mid
night March 14. eve of the 20th
anniversary of the proclamation
of a free Carpatho Ukrainian
state, v according . to the' reports,
ine cities new a province of. the
Ukraine, jwbicb borders on Czech-
osiovaKUancr .Hungary, v,
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- Police reinforcements were
called in from nearby towns of
iry ana stanitiav. ana an 'ex-
tehsive -"search -made f ob the per
petrators and for antl Soviet
leaflets and posters distributed bvi
the partisans.
Severer persons were arrested
and interrogated by Soviet secret
police a gents in. the attempt to
track down the underground lead leaders.
ers. leaders. However, according to the
reports, the organizers escaped to
hideouts in tha, mountains and
forests. ?

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House Denies Funds To Send Marshals
To Quell School Integration Violent i

WASHINGTON UPI) The,
House Appropriations Committee
today dnied the administration's
request for $500,000 in stand-by
funds to dispatch U.S. marshals
to any area threatened with school
integration violence. i
The congressmen did vote, now now-ever.
ever. now-ever. to give the Justice Depart
ment $390,000 to replenish regular
department funds used to mobilize
a force ot federal law omcers at
Little Rock, Ark., during the riot rioting
ing rioting there.
The action" came, at Atty. Gel;:
William P. Rogers Sought new au authority
thority authority to crack down oh mob' ac action
tion action in school integration disputes
so "it will never, be necessary
again' to use troops as was the
case in Little Rock.
Rogers urged the Senate Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional Rights subcommittee to
approve a section of President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's Civil Rights Bill to
make it a federal offense to use
force or threats or force or to
willfully obstruct school integra integration
tion integration decrees.
Administration officials had ar
gued the stand-by funds would be
needed if. trouble-should arise in
connection with future enforce
ment of court decrees, on jaml
integration, of public schools. The
committee did not mention the in
tegration issue, saying only that
the reauest was denied.
The action presumably would
leave the Justice Department free.
to use regular operating funds to
send marshals to any scnool. trou
ble soot.
In pleading for new authority tp
curb mob violence. Rogers told
Sen. Sam J. Ervin (D-N.C) that
"we're helpless (now) unless we
use the armed services.' He
cited Little Rock as a "striking
demonstration" of his Point.
The attorney .generar said..' the
administration's proposal; part tof
Rickover Charges
Committees Hamper
WASHINGTON (UPI) Vice
Adm. Hyman G. Rickover scom-
nlained to Coneress vesterdav
that his experts, are. bothered; by
so manv useless Pentagon com
mittees thai? military research
and development' ate suffering,
Rickover. jfather" of the atom
ic submarine, told a House Gov.
ernment Operations subcommitee
the "greatest interference'! with
his work comes from a stream of
committees which perform few, if
any, useful chores.
"We should top1 lis ridiculous
situation,' he declared. 'It
means that all tne competent
people you have have no time to
do their work but spend their
time fighting these committees'.
Rickover, who never has hesi
tated to step on Pentagon toes,
said he could foresee the time
when th$ Defense "Department
winds uft 'with "nothing but eont-
mittees and no work aone.
He said One such panel came
up with a recommendation mat
the Navv, look into a new typevof
nower ulant for submarines if
one. was developed.
"Do we need .60 people meeting
three months to tell us u there's
better mousetrap we ought to
buy it?" he asked.
Subcommittee Chairman C h e t
Holifield (D-Calif.) asked if members-
of such panels were paid
$50 or $100 a dayi Rickover said
he never heard1 of anyone ; who
was not. ......
The admiral said under ques-
tinninc that he makes nn distinc
tion between military men and
civilians in his organizational set setup.
up. setup. "When you get killed the bul
let doesn't know whether you're
wearing gold braid or you're just
a civilian," Rickover said.
He made clear his criticism
was aimd oniv at pentagon com-
mitees and not congressional
committees which, he sal,. are
"essential".
Rickover said members of wthe
military panels haveho responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for carrying out their own
recommendations. Once they ad advance
vance advance their ideas, he said, they
"cheerfully retire and go back
and get on some :other eoihmlt eoihmlt-tee",
tee", eoihmlt-tee", ;v-;":;
Britons Challenge
Squeezing 'Record
For Telephone Box
LONDON rUPI) Students at
three British institutions of higher
learning rose to an American and
South African challenge today
and began dieting and diagram
ming to sed how many n)en could
squeeze into a telephone booth
At stake is the world "telephone
,dox squasn record," now vclaimed
.by South Africans, They reported
25 six-footers wedeed into a booth.
Students at St. Mary's College in
Jaoraga, calif,, put 22 men m a
booth, v
i But the South African record.' at
least, was not cricket bv British
lights. No one-was able to answer
the ehoni when it ranf
At Cambridge '.University, the
London School of Economics. tnd
Hatfield Technical College,, ability
to lift, the receiver is the first
rule of tne game. Cambridge and
Hatfield have scored 18. and j 19
men respectively and. could

a 'seven-point dvVriEhti package-!

would enable federal -authonuef!
to arrest on the- spot "people' who
have decided to take the law out:
of the' hands of the" court- and
place "-'it; into ''their own.'-
Rogers said the administration
proposals were 'moderate, worka
ble and necessary." He said thejii
would provide a "more solid ba
sis for continuing the outstand-u
ins advances' in achieving our
goal of full equality under :: th$,l
law for all people,'
Ms
donning warn utv ute!:
to the States-for release tq'
inactive duty; Navy Lt. (jg (jg-Herbert
Herbert (jg-Herbert C. Dawson tabove);',
aide for the last lit moi'ths.
,to ifearAdm, George Wales,;
lth Navy's, ton officer in the-
!CanaL Zoile,l scheduled toC
sail aboard the MSTS trar. trar.-pent
pent trar.-pent Hen?v S. Glbbins tomor-i:
row. The 1949 Balboa. High';
School graduate pians to,
enter marine engineering o;
Vio v.aat. O.naat Ttnr hnlds a..
degree lri the field from the;
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the cruiser USS Wo-chestefl
In the Pacific before hia as-
wgnment here(Navy Photo)
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