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PANAMA, B. F THURSDAY MARCH M 1959
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' RutwJ service en both
s celebratiorvjof Easter heret as
' "'. Panama ioin personnef cf the
- At Fort Amador, the 1959 Easter Sunrise Service will
beach to the rear OT tne OTTKr,,oper rnets wnnt in am
' v uled t take place at 6 a'.m.
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t Daoifin cina irnamonai easier nvms win db
. -if n in.ijW"" t
' reeted by Wallace Woodruff,
i AwnnAied kv Profeseor
: For Kids
. year. "Operation1 Diaper" will
, Be conducted by a group of
volunteer enlisted men
Pacific area te care, for tofants
and small children while pa pa-,
, pa-, rents are attending Easter Sun Sun-'
' Sun-' rise Service' at Port1 Amador
" Sunday morning.';; v
The nursecy will be operated
at the Fort Amador Nursery
School, Building 9, by members
of the Enlisted. Men's Advisory
Council of the Fort Clayton
. Service Club.
, members of each unit at 7ort
- Clayton, Fort, Amador, and
Quarry Heights, plans to spor-
sor other such community proj-
- ects throughout the year.
. .In-addition to tne emisnsu
." men, Mrs, Elizabeth J. Haber Haber-t
t Haber-t .Hnir .1hVv '(Hrpntmv and a ree-
iiatered nurse -will assist with
. 1.4.1.. KMAMltimi' ' i '..
".The committee would like to
$ borrow furniture, including baby
-Ws bassinets, t play pens and
1 bottle warmers wnicn wm ue
votiirniM waster afternoon, i Any-
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one WnO CBii leuq, Btmie iu tuc
f items is asked to caH ; the fort
'Clayton Service Club, U7-4I28.
Rcrnon Say's Mito '..
Viil Pay For Siiis;
Die As Victims Did
1 Alejandro (Toto) Remon, bro bro-"
" bro-" ther of President Jose A. Re Remon1
mon1 Remon1 who : was assassinated; in
1955,' yesterday angrtly predict predicted
ed predicted that the man who was ac acquitted
quitted acquitted ofMtilling his brother
will die the same way his vic victims
tims victims died, ?
The prediction was Remon s
reaction to statements attribut attribut-t
t attribut-t t t.trnev Ruben O. Miro,
' who was quoted m an unci view
In Caracas, Venezuela, as saj saj-ing
ing saj-ing that Remon planned his
' brother's assassination.
iMiro and six other defendants
were acquitted by a jury of five
wien and two women at the as-
. sassiiiation trial which was
koe mainlv on a confession
by Miro, which he later repu-
t telpffram .from El Valle
where he is spending the Holy
Week holidays, Remon said:
"Let the shameless assassin
continue malting wanm smw smw-Tjt
Tjt smw-Tjt viim continue sauan-
rtrtn the payment 'for his
monstrous crime. Let him con-
tinue hand in nana wnn ww
devil, dragging the neavy w
ilm ; M Vila, nnnsnlence. -.
"Let him vkeep 'on Parading
his wretched figure .while he
stui can, ior one aay no rwuf
?iay tor his miserable sins and
all inert' to the: same war he
maoe mi vicwms uau.
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, Panama' C6yf,J)ebt
Jo Social Security
" Passes,Two Million
Figures relased yestsrdayr In Indicate
dicate Indicate thst the Panama govem govem-mMtt,'
mMtt,' govem-mMtt,' indebtedness to the Social
Security Board is growing, toainly
. because of non-pyment sine the
. month fof August. vf v;,.
- Up to the end of February J the
. debt was 12,015,187.66, which in-
1 eludes indebtedness to the' Social
Security for the building of schools,
hospitals and the. Colon. Free fyme.
Size Can Be
' EL PASO. Tex- (UP1) There
ere times when even Texans have
to admit it's a handicap toybe too
big. ?'! -Jy j- '-,
. College men at Texas; Western
Squeezed and- squeezed but could
put only 19 men into a telephone
v That was far short of th rec
ord set -by Modesto- Calif.)i Jun-
lor College where 42 students sar-
dlntd tnemselvei inti. a booth.
IL was four short ; of the 1 23
sophomores who squeezed them
selves into a ,D0oti at St. Mary's
VO'Mgs. .woragM c.alil.
1 But it tied the mark net W Hat
fiajd College of Kndand. v
tides' f th Isthmus Sunday
rroieatajit en apeis ana cnurcnes m xn vanai xone ana
armed forces on this significant Christian Holy Day. --.
at the Lrttle L eague baseball
..1. P i. j til L
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music department, Canal Zone Schools Division, and will
Han Janowi tz at the organ.
Selections by the 776th Air Force
Band, from Albrook Air Force
Batt also will be included on the
Fort Amador program while the
79th Armv Band of Fort Clayton,
under the direction of CWO Ernest
K. Hoch, will journey across the
isthmus and provide thev prelude
and accompaniment for the hymns
at. Fort Gulick.
Presiding gutsr speaker t
Fort Amador's services will be
Bishop Roubon H. Mueller, vice
president, National Council of
Churches, United States ef A A-moriea.
moriea. A-moriea. ; nf- '-?v--. -'.
, At Fort Gulick, the sermon
will bo delivered by Rev. Rogi',
nald Whoatloy of the Seawall
Methodist Church, Panama Ci City.
ty. City. y-'m' hv:
Project officer lor the service is
Chaplain (Coi.) Silas : E. Decker,
U.S. Army Caribbean chaplain.
Special parking facilities have
been arranged and military po police
lice police "will be on hand to direct
guests to the area. ,.
Buses have been detailed by
Transportation Corps to transport
worshippers to' 'the service area.
They will leave the Fort Clayton
Service Club at 5;15 a.m., Fort
Kobbe Post Chapel at 5 a.m., and
Farfafiaat5 a.m. Air Force depen
dents may beard buses at Albrook
Service Club or the; base chapel
at 5 o'clock, r"
Choir members from Ancon and
Balboa wiU use military buses to
attend the dress rehearsal at the
beach area afr Ft.Amador- Satur
day, BuseswjJl be-owededvet.
p:m. to arrive at the area at e'
clock:-' ... i f
.On. Easter moraine, members
may meet the buses at the. Balboa
YMCA at 5y a.m. and return upon
conlDletion of the service.
The entire Easter service at-
Fort Amador, will be broadcast by
CFN radios beginning at 6 a.m. la
aaoHion io. uie raauc niue suu suu-nsK
nsK suu-nsK services. CFN will riresent a
remote' broadcast of the Catholic
mass at Fort Gulick Post Chapel
at 9 orclocR Easter morning. ..
The USARCARIB Enginoor Sec Section
tion Section has boon detailed to spray
fho Amador beach area to mini minimize
mize minimize insects and 'will provide
two 200-seat bleachers. As this
seating, facility is not. largo e e-nough
nough e-nough to accommodate the ex expected
pected expected audience, worshippers are
advised to bring folding chairs
or blankets for seating.
The- USARCARIB Signal Section
will furnish loudspeakers.
Protestant chaplains of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone will give- the fan to wor worship
ship worship and the benediction. Armed
Forces chaplains and civilian min ministers
isters ministers will alternate in presenting
the Easter prayers,, the respon responsive
sive responsive readings and the Scripture.
On tho Pacific tide, officers'
and non commissioned officers'
mosses will serve cafeteria-style
breakfasts at a small charge af af-'tor
'tor af-'tor tho service. i
Participating in the Amador serv service
ice service will be Chaplain (1st. Lt.) Rob-
Protestants Observe Easter In Israel
JERUSALEM, Israel (UP1)
Protestants begin their Easter
weekend today with a Communion
service and a pilgrimage from
Bethany to Jerusalem along the
route taken by Jesus on his march
to the crucifixion. :
The pilgrimage Begins ra a ease easement
ment easement crypt reached by descend descending
ing descending a narrow stone staircase.. In
the center of the room is an altar
of remembrance built of 12 stones
from Bethel, untouched by tools
according to the Biblical Injunc Injunction''"
.This crypt is called the Oratory
or Reconciliation Room. Around
the walls are four bas-reliefs illus illustrating!
trating! illustrating! the story told in Matthew
5:23-24 of the Jwo quarreUng bro bro-thers
thers bro-thers .whose sacrifice was accep accepted
ted accepted by heaven once they had: made
their peace with each other. A wof wof-shie
shie wof-shie service will be held hese em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing .reconciliation as the way
to God. i
The worshippers will then as ascend,
cend, ascend, to the Last Supper Room
on the second floor of the build
ing. Here a Communion service
will be held with fellowship the
Then the worshippers continue
their pilgrimage, ascending to the
silent Koom airecuy over the laz
A small gate opens to a stair-
way. leading to the, Silent Room
where the pilgrimage ends in
On the morning of Easter Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, members of the Protestant
denominations in Israeli Jerusa Jerusalem
lem Jerusalem will attend a sunrise service
on ; the terrace of St. Andrew's
morning will highlight the
begin at 6 a.m.f on the
vivo rori wuiign re ovnou-
-park on the parade ground.
auntr dv a auu-vs ei ennir flu
ert G. Nelson, chaplain, Albrook
Air rorce Base; Chaplain (Maj.)
Frederick Zigan, Caribbean Air
Command; Chaplain Cdr. James
A. Whitman, 15th Naval District;
Chaplain (1st. Lt.) William D.
Froeschner of Fort Kobbe; the
Rev. Robert F. Gussick of the
Redeemer Lutheran Church, Bat
boa; the Rev. Oscar W.; Olsen Jr..
of the Balboa Union' Church and
the Rev. WUliam H, Beebe of the
Balboa Baptist Church. v w S t
At Fort Gulick, chaplains end
ministers taking part will be Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain (Maj.) Carroll G. Chaphe of
ron uuuck; tne jsev. syivanus A.
Scarlett of the First Isthmian Ban-
tist Church; the Rev-. Theodore
rranwin of Margarita U a i o a
Church and the Rev. William Liv Livingston;
ingston; Livingston; missions secretary of the
Church of God, Panama and Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica
CoL Cecil Himes, commandant
of the USARCARIB School, is- to
present the 'Scripture reading, and
soloist for the Fort Gulick service
will be Mrs. Shirley Smith.
Washes The Feet
Of 13 Priests
ROME?March ?e ?UPD Pope
washes the feel? of ,1S- priests
representing the 17 Apoetles
and Christ himself. v
The rites marking Holy 'Thuts-
dav before Easter were beins:
held at the Major Basilica of
St. John in Laternan, known as
the mother church of Christ Christianity,
ianity, Christianity, and the Pontiff's own
church as Bishop: of Borne..
The "washing of the feet com
memorates that act of humility
by Christ himself during the
last soipoer, the night before his
crucifixion. Pope John reinstat reinstated
ed reinstated the tradition for the first
time this century.
Early Popes performed the
commemoration by washine the
feet of 12, the number of the
But at the turn of the sixth
centurv, according to a Roman
Catholic tradition, pope Gre Gregory
gory Gregory the great found a 13th
pair of feet before him.
He washed them., too. with
out Question, and according to
tradition Christ then appeared
to the Pontiff in a virion and
told him the feet were his own.
Since that distant, day, up to
1870 when the Italians stormea
Rome and placed an end to the
temporal power of the Popes.
Popes carried out the hallowed
rite llstinsr the number of per
sons chosen for that honors as
"12 plus one."
Scottish Presbyterian Church just
across from Mt. Zion. With Geth
semane and the Mount of Olives
clearly visible, the worshippers
war race a deep purple horizon
lighting np in pink and gold, and
exuu in tne joy of Easter morn
ing coming up over the city's
spires ana aomes.
Guns going off at the same time
will remind the followers of Mo
hammed that this is the peniten
tial month of Ramadan and the
sunrise to sunaown anstention
from food, drink, and tobaccf be
vAn elderly man employed en
the Atlantic side by the indus industrial
trial industrial Division collapsed on the
job yesterday morning and died
12 hours later, in Coco Solo Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. i:.--' '
Albert Hunt, Panamanian
and a resident of Camp Blerd,
collapsed shortly after 8 o'clock
yesterday morning and was
rushed to the hospital by his
worm zoreman,: y-:-
Death occurred about I pjvi
and was attributed to, a cere cerebral
bral cerebral hemorrhage.
,' Hunt's complete medical his
tory ,was known to the hospi hospital
tal hospital and no autopsy has been
;n' i -V-'f- ---'-'-
30 CZ Acres-
Jailed For Day
? Three ambitious Panamanian
farmers on the Atlantic side re
cently picked out three likely
looking tracts of virgin land'' in
the Gatun Lake area west of
Barro Colorado Island and en energetically
ergetically energetically set to work clearing
it for cultivation. s
. The snuatters. Juan P. Gar-
fci, At, Gregorlo Sosa, 60, and
Tomas. (San Martin, si, ail n-cia
Las Pavas village, may or may
not have known they were al already
ready already a couple of miles into Ca Canal
nal Canal 2jone, territory.
- But bv the time their activity
was spotted each had managed
to clear his own 10 acre plot
Cf timer and brush m the flense
However; the Cdstobal Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court took a dim view
of these woceedlngis na tne
three were formally, charged
with unauthorized clearance of
Canal Zone land,'
All three pleaded frailty yes yesterday
terday yesterday and were sentenced to
serve a total of 17 hours in jail,
until this morning.
They were also given suspend suspended
ed suspended sentences of 10 days; each
and placed on one year's pro probation,
bation, probation, on 'condition they give
up all thought of land improve-.
m, Vw1. v.u.1
Ships Visiliiig CI
Al Easier Week End
PurmmW a.nd the Canal Zone
will have .crews of several VJi.
military ships as holiday guests
for the Easter weekend,
Th uss NiDmuc. a fleet tug
with a complement 6f 67 offi officers
cers officers and enlisted men, is due
to arrive early tomorrow morn
ing from San Juan, Puerto i
co. The tug will leave.. Monday
with three barges In ,tow for
Norfolk, Va. ...j-
Also arriving tomorrow morn
ing will be the USS Watchman,
a 97 17-ton ocean radar station
ship carrying 149 officetpand
men. The Watchman will an
chor at Limon Bay, then transit
the Canal Saturday morning to
berth at Rodman Naval Station.
En route from Guantasamo
Bay, Cuba, she will- leave! late
Saturday for Ban Francisco.
The SS Bay State, a training
ship of the Massachusetts Mar Maritime
itime Maritime Academy, is due in to
morrow for a four-day visit.
Tne eauo-ton vessel is carrying
202 midshipmen and a crew of
41 officers and enlisted men.
She will be berthed at Rodman
until transiting Monday.
The Bay State k en route
from San Francisco to Baits Baits-more,
more, Baits-more, Md. s The ship is comV
manded by Nvy Capt. R. t,
The USS Perseuti,, a 134-ton
patrol en ft? is scheduled to ar
live about 6 p.m. tomorrow at
Rodman from ManzanV.lo, Mexi Mexico.
co. Mexico. She wlil transit later to con
tinue to San Juan.
Due to arrive Monday main
Ma at Rodman in t.h rtKA Ar
neb, an attack cargo ship -with
a eomplement ot 322. officers
and men. She is en route from
Lost Parrot Asks
-Owner May Call
v Somebody'a parrot has flown
he coop. .... j
Crlstobal police reported to-,
day that a -. full-grown parrot
wa eaptnred March. 14 in the
Police Park;' at Brasos Brook.'
Visitors i found him flying a.
round loose. t :
A local bird lover Js caring
for the precocious Polly until
her owner claims her. Police
said anyone seeking a lost
parrot should .contact the
Crlst6bal police station and
offer a description. ,,:
Thev say the bird la talks talks-tlve.
tlve. talks-tlve. What does h say? ;u :
"I don't really know,", re reports
ports reports the policeman, "I have
not had a eonversatloa with
Tippecanoe Wins As Neatest
City; Boys, Girls Go Home
Christine' Huff and Nancy Webs-1
ter were announced as Girls Na
tion delegates from the Canal Zone
during an awards assembly last
night s held at Fort Clayton by
Caribbean Girls State.
They. will attend .the national
girls session m Washington in late
July, sponsored by the American
Legion. Auxiliary. Christine is gov gov-ernoiv
ernoiv gov-ernoiv while Nancy is secretary of
state of this year's Girls State.
Two4" delegates from Panama re received;
ceived; received; special Pan American it it-wards
wards it-wards '.during the girls assembly.
They were Leila Leone, of Colon,
and Ann Cheung, of Panama Ci City,
ty, City, n '
v Danieltfe Harned was recognized
for outstanding leadership, while
awaras tor Americanism and speak
ing ability, went to Jeanne Nicker Nicker-son
son Nicker-son and Virginia Perra. respective
ly. Most cooper ative Citizen was
announced as Diana Rae Smith.
Dolores Wheeler was proclaimed
most talented' musician and Judy
Rettinger recognized as most in industrious
dustrious industrious citizen,
The Sims twins Holly and Lil Lil-were..
were.. Lil-were.. chosen for .a special award
as the most original.
-There have been two sets of
twins fat the citizenship sessions
this year James and William.Will
are the twins for Crossroads Boys
Tippecanoe city won over Chi Chi-quite
quite Chi-quite Comers as tho neatest
community of girls, but both ei--ties
tied for wterter of the talent
shov which followed the awards
assembly and also tied for best
skit on civil defense
Ta is the-lastdav forth Pnv.
Clayton1, as' both Caribbean "Girls
State and Crossroads;' Bays State
TT.iiu uj, uieir BCSB1UI18.
TWO BOVS .Nation dplppnfpo frnm
the Canal Zone are expected to be
selected this evening, to attend
the national boys session-in Wash-
ington in lafeJuJy. -. 4
uraay Hesters Jr. presided to.
day over the Boys State unicamer.
al legislature. I He was elected
speaker yesterday afternoon dur during
ing during the formal opening of the
The girl delegates stuffed their hi
longings into suitcases this morn
ing. They stopped to have a dis
cussion of what had been accom accomplished
plished accomplished in the wav of oractieal
ercises in government and citizen
ship this past week, during a fare farewell
well farewell assembly. The discussion was
guiaea ny. tne Girls State staff and
their own elected leaders.
' About 1130 the girls boarded Ar Army
my Army buses at the USARCARIB An Annex
nex Annex in Fort Claston. hid ennHhve
to their military hosts, and rU
to the Balboarailroad station. The
mianuc smers took the train
wnne gins of the Pacific side
were met by. their parents.
At 4 O'clock this afternnnn thi
Crossroads Boys State deWaU-s
were io nave uieir awards assem-
my, tne rast formal session of the
Attendance was to he voluntary
at the governors banquet and ball
u 1ra ,l lDe American Legion
Club, Fort Amador this evening
Floor leaders of the Boys State
si,iure expected to meet
i".uKiioui uie a ay were the chair chairmen
men chairmen of the Nationalist arid Feder-
t- 1 Prtier'rederick Re &
Jim McGloin,, respectively. The
ahsts .uwlinatea Dy the Nation
Referred to committees were
proposed meawres advocating
ostablishmont of unior civic
by loaders in both Boys rand
Girls States- shorter driver
Sanla Rosa Slashes
Into Tanker Today;
One Crerman Killed
NEW YORK, March 26-UPI)-The
cruise ship Santa Rosa, re returning
turning returning from the Bahamas, slash slashed
ed slashed into the stern of the tanker Val Val-chem
chem Val-chem In an early-morning collision
at sea today, killing one member
of the tanker crew and injuring
The crewman killed, whose name
was not immediately known, died
as ne was oeing floWn by Coast
Guard helicopter from the sfene of
the collision about 20 miles off the
New Jersey coast to the resort ci city
ty city of Atlantic City, N.J.
There were no reports of iniuries
aboard the Santa Ross, a Grace
une vessel. However, a fire broke
out in a paint locker aboard the
cruise ship and several hours later
was reported by the Coast Guard
to be "still smouldering but isolat isolated
ed isolated in the paint locker.5
All of the injured men from the
tanker were transferred to the
Santa Rosa, which has full medical
facilities, 1 1
training-courses m the lone high
tlhoois and four courses per
year; concession stand for the
Boys, and Girls States annual
sessions; 'and committee to
p r o m o t o cooperation between
Boys and Girls States.
It is expected that Boys State
will seriously consider drawing up
a constitution, which has not been
done previously The Nationalists
also are urging publication in the
newspapers of an appeal to Can
al zone residents to observe rules
about display of the U.S. flag and
respect due to it.
nL 1 1 T : :i
uHiriiieu oi legisiauve cuiiiinn cuiiiinn-tees
tees cuiiiinn-tees were rules-Mike Kelly. Cross
roads Boys State James Will,
Canal Zone problems Frederick
Koe, and state and federal prob
lems Francis Baggott,
Resolutions passed by the Car
ibbean Girls State legislature and
approved by Gov. Huff included
encouraging civil defense measur
es and air. raid drills in the zone
high schools; regular visits by stu
dents to fire stations to learn about
fire prevention; fastening lockers
to walls0f Balboa High School;
installing; fans in the high schools;
participation by Girls Staters as
a group in national holidays; Girls
Staters to promote elections od"
merit in the high schools.
Men Who Celebrated
On Vocd Alcohol
5lill Seriously III
iTwe men who coftsumed
nearly half a gallon of wood
alcohol last Sunday are still In
serious condition in Gorcas Hos
pital, although hospital author authorities
ities authorities say their situation is more
encouraging than it was a aay
cr two ago.
It has not yet been determin determined
ed determined whether their eyesight will
be permanently impaired.
Augusto Alvarez, 46, invited
his friend Julio Perez, 39. to
share a few drinks with him
Perez awakened the next day
with what seemed a staggering
hangover and he found Alvarez
unconscious at home. A friend
rushed both to Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Both men had mixed he al alcohol
cohol alcohol with a soft drink, which
may have saved their lives.
Wood, or methyl alcohol as
it is technically known, changes
in the body into formic acid, a
dangerous poison which the
human body cannot get rid of.
The condition is known as
acidosis and may cause severe
headaches, abdomi n a 1 pains,
blindness and death. The stand
ard treatment is to continually
administer an alkali in an at
tempt to neutralize the acid.
Both men, who have .been
hospitalized since Tuesday, are
Panamanians employed at the
Miraflores Locks. They live in
Deportee Charged As Sartain Burglar
Given Time To Seek Defense Witness
Benigno Vasquez, Sl-year old
Panamanian arrested in Ancon
more than a week ago, and charg charged
ed charged with returning to the Canal
Zone after deportation, appeared
in Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today in a preliminary hearing on a
charge of burglary.
The case was continued,' now now-ever,
ever, now-ever, after Vasquez told the court
he had a witness who could tesuty
in his behalf.
Today's charge was filed by Lu Lu-tner
tner Lu-tner B. Sartain, of Ancon, who on
Saturday morning, March 14
walked into his kitchen to find a
man scooping up loot from the
Sartain naturally showed his
visitor out, but it was unclear at
the time' just what the intruder
had managed to take with nim
. Sartain testified today that $200
worth of property and $25 in
cash were missed. He had iden identified
tified identified Vasques as the unwelcome
guest from a police lineup on
In court today Vasquez disputed
the identification pointing out
that a newspaper story following
his arrest stated the Sartains had
been having a. party that night,
and that a man drinking half the
night could not remember that
Sartain smiled from the witness
stand, telling the court that al although
though although he had indeed given the
party he himself was a teetotaler.
A few minutes' earlier Vasquez
WASHINGTON, March 26 (UPI) The Unite
States, Britain and France expressed willingness today to ,.
meet at the Summit with Russia if a prior foreign mm-7.!
isters conference can narrow
prepare constructive proposals.
All three agreed in similar noter to the Krerrifin
that a Summit conference this summer would be worth-
while if the foreign ministers
The U5 note specifically
Germany and the tense Berlin situation as problems that
could be dealt with by fhe foreign ministers' and latef
at the Summit. r-"
HoweveV, the note said,, the pur
pose of the negotiations would "be
to reacn 'positive agreements over
as wide 1 field as possible."
The U.S emphasized that the
foreign ministers should discuss
"Questions relating to Germany,
including a peace treaty with Ger.
manynd the question of Berlin.
'Tii! U.S. note said the purpose of
the foreign ministers meeting
"shduld be to see positive agrec agrec-mmtt
mmtt agrec-mmtt tin wkt a field as possi
ble, and in- any case "to narrow the
differences between the respective
points of view and to prepare con constructive
structive constructive proposals" for a heads of
government meeting later in the
"On this understanding and as
soon as developments in the for foreign
eign foreign ministers meeting usUfy
holding a Summit conference, the
US government would be '"adV
to participate in such a (Summit)
conference," the US note said.
The British note signified Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's readiness to participate in a
Summit conference "as soon as
developments in the foreien minis ministers'
ters' ministers' meeting warrant it."
The French note stated: "If the
rnnfprenpR of foreign ministers
brings signs of real progress, the
French government agrees to ac accept
cept accept a conference at the Summit
at an appropriate date and place.
The agenda of any such Summit
conference, should be discussed by
the foreign ministers."
On other points the notes appear appeared
ed appeared similar in content and intent.
The Summit conference, the US
note said, "could consider and, if
nossible, resolve some wider prob problems"
lems" problems" raised by Russia and the
Western allies in previous exchang exchanges
es exchanges of notes.
The Western powers rejected
Russia's proposal that Polish and
Czechoslovakian foreign minis ministers
ters ministers be full-fledged participants
in the fofeign ministers' meeting.
But the Western Big Three a a-greed
greed a-greed for the two Russian satellites
told the court that m the police
lineup his shoes had been removed
but after the lineup he had been
given the wrong pair.
Judge John E. Deming took cog cognizance
nizance cognizance of the complaint, but
ruled that it was not particularly
relevant to the business at hand.
After theJ defandant reouested
his witness, the hearing was con continued
tinued continued to April 2.
Vasquez has previously served
a term in Gamboa Penitentiary.
Two bus drivers found guilty
in Balboa Magistrate's Court
today of illegally parking their
buses along Diablo Road. Cle Clement
ment Clement A. Jones, 36, and Marcus
G. Rice, 39, both Panamanian,
were fined $5 each for the of offense.
fense. offense. Another Panama n 1 a n bus
driver, Cristobulo Osorlo, 22,
was fined $15 for following an another
other another vehicle too closely on Bal
Samuel N. Haywood, 26, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $10 for
being at the Gamboa Commis Commissary
sary Commissary without authorization.
Cold War differences and
meeting in Geneva in May
listed a peace treaty with,
to join in "at a certain stage" in
uegouauons. xney would presum-
aoiy nave tne status of observers..
But the United States 'heliivp
that the proposed meeting should 4
at least in tne outset involve Only
the four powers responsible- for
wvtuiBuj, mig siuic Balls i ; ynir.ej.
it was noted that; Russia had a
greed for represents I'ves of East
and West Germany to sit in as ob-
sesvees jt ths lareignV .ministers
-meeting. m m. 1 1 s k
$ ejv 1 e r Premier Niklt
unrusncne had agreed in Ad Advance
vance Advance to the foreign ministers'
meeting starting May 11 in Con.
But, at the same time, he said
anew that only a Summit confer
ence really could accomplish any anything
thing anything definite.
Although the US note specified s
only Germany and Berlin as topics ?
for the foreign ministers confer ;'
ence, It said "naturally, any of the
four participating governments
should have the opportunity" te
bring up other matters "which it
may consider relevant to the prob problems
lems problems under consideration."
The US missive said: "The
purpose of the foreign ministers
meeting should be to reach posi positive
tive positive agreements uver as wide a
field as possible, and in any case
to narrow the differences between
the respective points of view and
to prepare constructive proposals"
for consideration by a conference
of heads of government later in
the summer." v
The note of the Western pew-"
ers, in reply to a Soviet note e4
March 2, were delivered m Mof : ;
cow earlier today.
This country reiterated Its polU
ey for settlement of East-WesC
tensions by negotiation.
"The US government has conv
sistently favored meetings .of in interested
terested interested powers that could provide
opportunities for conducting serf- r
ous discussions of major problems ?
and could be an effective means of
reaching agreement on significant
subjects," the note said.
Oi-ke's Team Told
To Plav Dirty
LONDON (UPI) R wasn't
cricket but the Duke of Edin-
burgh wanted his team to play
dirty tiddly winks.
Queen Elizabeth's husband se
instruct d his champions, Lon-
don's Empress Club. The club
met defending world champios
Cambridge University for thejidr
11 inir. t. i ;
In a cable from the royal
yacht, Prince Philip ordered his
club to play "an even dirtief
cTQmo than tho finnno" frnm Pim.
"I expect the contest to be 'Car 'Car-ried
ried 'Car-ried through in the usual, thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly unsDortine mannpr which
befits all great tiddly-winks:
matches," he said. The Empress
Club "had better win 'his time
or I shall see ; to it that their
winking license is withdrawn."
The Cambridge Goons, recalled
they were Philip's champions last
year and played their usual dirty
game. V'1. :;.',;."
Tuesday night's game, .played
lor tne Denem or me uuke's ts.
vorite charity, saw the defending
Goons rout the Empress Club,
88 to 25V4. ; ,
Cambridge Captain P: 1.
Downes then challenged the duke!
next year to tiddly his own winks
A iktf business,1 what?
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HIS IS YOUR PORUM THI RIABIRS OWM COLUMN
lietteia m teeelvae tratefally and are hassled h wholly cooTieo-tial
TTw'ree cfrftut a letter dost Wt impiritirt H aWl aoooar Mm
tfsat Si. Lotteri ata aaMUh.i la tha oraar taeahrac
T Mease try to kaaa fco toner. KmHti H aaa leasr.
J MaatitT al letter writora h bold i oonHdoiiee.
J This aawtaaaar aataiaaa aa reaM""! far aataa.aah er aalalaai
Aiaranaa' ia lattart fram readers.
! THE MAIL BOX
It looks as if the citizens of California are dealing firmly with
iotfer Pcan, ol co,victed of having heaV two men to bump
rff her oremant daughter-in-law. They aw it, too.
Ke long the sobbing will begin to:,frerthii woman, who to
me typSes K over-pos.e..ive mother.' unwifiing to jit. up. first
5"cTtoir grown sons7 affections to any younger woman who be-
'TZ&SiKZ wonderful people. But. apparent one
thirds halfof them, uem to expect the loving-care and affection
son during the 15 years of .childhood to ba returned in con-
Jn&1!?& th. Ogling, try
n-". P-t.had reUship.
through life. When they're solid, normal, good, they constaiqUr?.,
Bit too often the mother-son relationship 1. J" abo nd to at
prives the wn of his own normal life, on his own with a wife of ms
nM5rmotoer.-in-l.w don't go a. far a. Mr.. Duncan., But many
or growing .on or two may well ask
harafrhow oftfn rt.' hoped .' traffic ccident.r tomethmg tomethmg-would
would tomethmg-would dispose of the son's girl. . .... v.
; Let's waste no sympathy on Missu. Duncan. Let her ca.a bt
rtminder. WWaw Marhar-bvLaw
The purpose of this letter is not to defend th 'Wwlmg!
J PrMidente la Guardia, because God knpw that he has made
SnumeraWe mi.Ukef and could, do a lot more good for bif people,
Sen though I believe that he is trying as hard as be possibly can.
Whit! do want to say is that attempts by a few narrow-minded
ZonhSs and bitteriy-shortsighted Panamanian, who have expressed
Shelves in the Mail Box to belittle de la Guardia'. recent letter
teSt tahmt are deliberately overlooking facts in order
ta' justify the studiously spiteful attitude of Canal Zona officials to toward
ward toward Panama and Panamanians. ... 1 v.i
T Anyone with a modicum of common sense k"ow.s.,i feaf
ol salaries in Panama is as compared to those on the Canal Zone. -1
However. yW Mail Box correspondents attempt -to 48ore the
fict teat tbe government of the United State, jigntd
"anama in which it expressly committed itself te at long last honor
the e qual-pay-for-equal-work provisions of the 1938 treaty.
T How ha. thi. commitment been implemented? Full of ..pite and
ii an obvious attempt to defeat the purpose and the spint c : the
i5S treaty, the Canal Zone government has downgraded lpounon 5,
fioren others in their jobs, created Jop-heavy .mount of security
positions .nd otherwise used every subterfuge to maintain the status
olio in the true manner of the South.
T The vast majority of Panamanians, like myself, may blame Er Er-nfcstito
nfcstito Er-nfcstito and the CPN for, a lot of things-like ateamroUmg the treaty
tfroush the National Assembly in 1955, not building roads, not, es es-tsblishing
tsblishing es-tsblishing a minimum wage, trying to gag the pres. and la host of
otber things-but you can be darn sure that everyone of them, with
a few short-sihted exceptions, gives his full moral support to the
flxnimanian President for his suooort of one of the few good things
far fee working man in the 1955 Treaty.
i GOVIRNMINT DISKS VS. I ASTIR HATS
i Executives love to buy new office furniture as much as a wom woman
an woman enjoys buyinp an Easter hat. It give that same inner glow.-And
when the executives are serving the United States government,
ieni's an added delight-it doesn't cost them a cent.
Executives of the Panama Canal Comoany talk economy out ot
dne side of their mouths while buying Easter hats new desks,
chairs, ru?s and so on with the other. .... t.
Specifically I am talking about the entire refurnishing of the of offices
fices offices at the Canal's Administraiton building: Not all at once, but
little by little, beautiful dove-grey cabinets, desks and chairs have
replaced the sturdy red mahogany that was still in perfectly good
aaadition just a little out of style like a 1958 Easter hat.
With the government hunting for money at many points and
Alaried oeoole taxed like crary It doesn't go down well with me
see this kind of wasteful purchasing in Federal agencies. I m
told.it occurs all over. I don't know about that; but I see it here.
You can't tell me that the secretary, the clerk, the statistician,
the administrative assistant or even the top brass produces more or
better work at a new grey desk. I've used many desks myself.
What office fixture concern put. the bee on Uncle Sam?
I'm Paylnf For It
I In case the patron of the Balboa Post Office are wondering
what goes with their piles and pillars, they are hereby informed
hat there will soon be porcelain higher than dog can hike his leg.
This, brethren is the reason for uch adornment,
v Seems the thoughtless curs were defacing the oiling on the old
fetter manse. And sll the time we thought it was the serviee at the
r,t office that, mailed. Matt C. V...I
r In the great order of things, which fortunately makes life and
its problems bearable for us all, there has be4n- every trying pe period
riod period and every clime that rara individual -who, by his insight and
understanding of human frailties, his gift of wit and satire, has been
able to either amuse or anger his fellow men, diverting attentions
from the causes of things and providing momentary Vispita from
xeatity and the seriousness of life.
In either anger or amusement, the sad momentarily forget their
dness, the hungry forget their hunger, the oppressed forget their
oppression and its causes.
This moment and this place too has such a wit diverting us all
from reality. We have a great Pan American wit comprised of
Aqui and Flood sie the two half wits.
" Something need, to be done about the bicycle traffic situation at
IhTBalboa Clubhouae. Thi. week I have nearly been cut down twice
by unthinking kid. weaving their bicycle, in and eut "through the
people on the sidewalk. x
' I have noticed kid. on bike, on the sidewalk there before, but
most of them stay to the side and if they pedal '.lowly and watch
for pedestrians, fine. Certainly that is bettor than forcing the kid.
out onto the street, where car. and buses create a continuous hazard.
As usual, the few who .re careless are bound, to create trouble
for all. Yesterday I was .tending in front of the Clubhouse, four
Iffiys about ten yean1 old c.me whizzing past, pedaling their bike,
is fast as they could. They must be in an awful hurry to get some
where, I thought.
' A minute later, I noticed the tame group sauntering past me on
foot discussing what to buy with their dimes. They had, obviously,
taped only .. far .1 the bicycle rack, at the side of the Clubhouse.
As pedestrian, I was enraged at their lack of respect for oth others.
ers. others. They could easily have injured people on the sidewalk a. well
1 a. themselves.:
On the other hand, I would hate to see the cop. restrict them
from riding bike, to .the clubhouse. I have kids of my own with bi
(cycles, and I realize how they feel about riding them on errands,
especially the personal kind. v,
' But something should be done. The situation is dangerous to
JWipne who tel. foot in front of th clubhouse area.
Of THE YEAR
. I .
By VICTOR RIESIL
Easilv the moif hitter nill nf ill
iwillowed bv the nuhHr rncts at
least half a billion dollar, a year.
rm. is the fake pill, the quack
medicine, the vicious phony vi vitamin
tamin vitamin and the nowrtered prniind.
up food cure-all racket, now ac actually
tually actually "taking" some 10,000,000
working people. This $500,000,000
is only one quarter of toe take of
I grim consumer racket on which
war nas just Deen declared.
1 Until eight week, ago .lick con consumer
sumer consumer racketeer haH hn mi IV.
Ing the publie of well over two bil billion'
lion' billion' dollar, a year while the coun country
try country had been fascinated by the
more muscled .mobsters. These
con men are so smnnth that
they've been able to heavily over oversell
sell oversell their ouackenr
vey, for example, revealed more
than 50 percent of the workers
in hundred, of plants have their
salaries garnisheed because of un unwise
wise unwise buying.
The survey, were made by a
new tough -combine, working to together
gether together for the first time against
the "crooked sell" ntwatnr. wim
have been riippinir Hcon into k.
housekeeping money and bread breadbaskets
baskets breadbaskets of America. The forces
now moving into the campaign a-
.- consumer racxet are
the universltie. th ntti it,,..
ess Bureaus and the law enforce enforce-ment
ment enforce-ment agencies coordinated by the
AFL-CIO rnmmunltv e . i
This AFL-nrn n-mm i. u-.a-j v..
a dedicated crusader, Leo Perils
Hash., no political axe to grind.
Wants ta !! IM nmn.M.
chawng methods, seeks to neith neith-er
er neith-er push one political party nor
punisn anotner, neither to de denounce
nounce denounce one brand nor promote a
A. Perlis outs it. "All we want
to do ia to stretch the dollar of
the working man and get him his
moneys worm so ne doesn't lose
across the palm of a crooked hand
what his union won fnr him nH
his employer gave him across a
Perlis and his trained national
staff found that hundreds of mil millions
lions millions of dollars still are being
spent for such quackery as va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaners which are sr;i as
protection against infectious di disease;
sease; disease; color projectors and astro astrological
logical astrological charts sold by "institutes"
to cure disease; bathtub perfume
sow in Dotties wrni pans labels;
and containers of shucked oysters
sold by the pound half of which
It was found that almost $3,000,-
000 a season is spent just for wa
ter absorbed by these oysters.
Working quietly, Perlis' Commu Community,
nity, Community, Servkes Committee set ur s
consumer counseling organiration.
A group of 138 of its men, from
78 cities, were trained for three
Thev wera to set ud consumer
information classes. These will be
civen in two-hour sessions over 10
weeks. The trouble here is to find
specialists in the field. So little at attention
tention attention has been paid to the con
sumer that there are just not a
nough men capable of operating
these classes across the U.S.
But in one fashion or. another
classes are functioning in Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, O., Boston, Los Angeles, De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, and are about to open in
New York and many other cities.
They'll teach family budgeting;
I how to buy insurance, how to buy
' annlinea fin meriirlnei. Hrur.
jijfu.uv., --"" ... ff-I
eyeglasses and toiletries.
They'll give courses in renting
homes, intelligent installment buy
ing and use of charge account.
' The second objective will be one
or two-day conferences on speci
fic subjects such as wage gar gar-,
, gar-, nishees, TV frauds, etc. Each con conference
ference conference will explore just one sub subject.
ject. subject. Thirdly there will be consumer
iclinics. These will handle individ individ-,
, individ-, ual cases, just as a hospital does.
Those with complaints will come
in for advice. The AFL-CIO Com Community
munity Community Service units will then dis dispatch
patch dispatch the aggrieved to the Better
Business Bureau or the District
Attorney's office. The consumer
counselor will follow through u
the abuse of the individual
whether or not the complainant Is
a union member.
If the Community Services wins
this war on the two billion dollar
a year sucker, racket, we'll have
some domestic peace in our time
peace wherever there is tension
because ot a strain on family bud
The hlghect decoration given
by the government of France
is the Legion of Honor.1 The
lofion was founded in 1102 by
Napoleon Bonaparte a. part of
his program for binding the
French to him. Napoleon di directed
rected directed that membership in the
legion be given for unusually
distinguished military or civil
service, r He established sev several
eral several grades Of membership,
but these have been reduced to
five: chevaliers (the lowest),
officers, commanders, (rand
officers and grand crosses.
O Kneyelopoaie Brltannlea
JUST LIKE HOME-A. bit
nui imim; is as lasunaung
Hamrick, left, and Mrs. Jane
Ohio. They're taking: a break
. rDr Ralph Bunche, Under-Secretary
of the United Nations
and 1950 winner of the Nobel
Peace Prize. himself a Neero.
showed himself explosively guil
ty of hasty overstatement, I
thought, when he expresed a
public opinion that the world of
1959 was .''no longer a white man's
world, but was overwhelmingly a
Speaking to a forum, he said
that today. . ."it is a world in
which the power and outhority
of white men which knew little
or ho challenge even as recently
as a generation ago, are rapidly
He used population statistics
to bolster his argument. "There
are, all told," he said "about two
people in the world. Of these
billion eight hundred million
two-thirds, are non-white."
On figures he is roughlt cor correct..
rect.. correct.. He is also correct when he
say. that "new voices, the voices
of yellow, brown and black men,
command attention In the coun councils
cils councils of the world."
He did not add that the voices
are generally strident in Qteirt
eagerness to overthrow the--pl.t,
and to forge thousand of years
of non-progress overnight into a
mastery of tomorrow without
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DAVID: Marahjo y:Aroscm6iiiSA
CHITRE: JoscCaridcLAS TABLAS: S
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of small talk over' a' cup of coffee
in a laciory a. in me living room, uisnion-maicers far., Janice
lies Telax on auto .eats at the Fisher Body plant in Euclid,
on the plant's night shift ;
By BOB RUARK
coping first with the smaller per personal
sonal personal problems of today.'
It is then that Bunche, whose
voice has been heard in the
councils of the world fof some
years now, becomes as .trident
as Kenya's Tom Mboya.
The tendency to use, popula
tion statistics .to make a, 'point of
power has always been tempting,
and has nearly always been inad inad-curate.
curate. inad-curate. Perhaps, in archaic battle, the
man that gits there fustiest with
the mostest might win, but to today,
day, today, non-integrated masses' all
madly scrambling for control ge generally
nerally generally create more confusion and
chaos than positive conquest.
Perhaps Bunche has tried to
fight his way through a Calcut Calcutta
ta Calcutta railroad station, but if he
hasn't I have, and we must dis discount
count discount some of India's .contribu .contribution
tion .contribution to colored solidarity 01 po population
pulation population figures alone until the
Calcutta station is sufficiently
cleared of professional beggars,
and diseased, fraudulent fakirs
and people who hate each
others' customs and hneuase.
before the statesman of tomorrow
can force hisC way4o the .(Bom
No legislation yet has basical basically
ly basically "changed purdah, among the
religious sects which believe in
(though the cup. ere paper,
keeping their women- firOm public
view, nor has legislation made an
Brahmin or a Parses or a Sikh,
or revised child marriage of taken
prosti.utes from cages.
The Gonds and Baigas of the
hills still worshii stones and
trees, and are still as distinct in
color and culture from the Mos
lem or the Hindu as a blond Ar
yan Lutheran differs from a
In North. Africa, I know the
Berber bates the Arab; not as
an individual but en masse, yet
they bo'h worship Allah and kill
each other to find favor in the
sight of God.
And all over Africa, the brdwn
Arab scorns the black man, and
thinks of him as slave, whether
he is Nubian or Sudanese, or a
wild Karamojan, who in turn
scorns the clo'hed man because
he thinks clothes hide disease,
dirt or disfigurement.
Mayb' f'c myriad Chinese, be being
ing being basically enslaved by a few,
cloud be. considered an A3ian
bloc running into hundreds, of
millions, but there is as much
imnlied distance between gutter
Cantonese and. proper,, Mandarin,
and -the people whcrsbealtf tHese
tongues.' as between"Dr: Bunche
av a Wakamba witch doctor.
The rash of various "indepen-
r;;i' f.-i-i-' 1 ti ?:-' '!.'.-,-.' f-y
IN f UBELE55
i WASHINGTON What'Mac re-j
porraa to Itce Khrusncnev by no
means has complete control 04 the
Kremlin. Wnen in Moscow rrime
Minister Macmijjan noted that 't
took lour hours 10 get his joint
communique with 'Khrushchev
UK'o. During this time tne llmou- i
sines of several top Soviet officials
were parked outside Khrushchev',
office, which probably meant the
communique -was not one-man
Also one reason Khrushchev
frowned on tv foreign ministers?
conference is lack 01 confidence in
hi own foreignminister, -Andrei
Gromykp. JJacmillan got the im impression.
pression. impression. Mr. K is annoyed if not
contemptuous' XJrorayko and
wouldn't trust him to negotiate
even a. trivial agreement with the
West.:1;'-; n-r smsv .:
What .me ovt el the Mac-Ik
talks You can call off any war
over Berlin. 'This MS not -so much much-because
because much-because .of what : Macmillan and
Eisenhower talked .bout, but be because
cause because ofr concessions made -far
from Camp David.1, Khrushchev's
astute pres. conference took, the
peace play away from Washing-toh-ipat
let in the, eyes of most
On top of this crusty, courage courageous
ous courageous Chancellor Adenauer private privately
ly privately agreed to two important com compromises:
promises: compromises: ; v
t Seml-recognifion of East Ger Germany
many Germany in return for a hard-and-fast
Soviet guarantee of nerma-
nent access to West Berlin pro v-
iaeo it aoesm create a permanent
division of Germany;;
2. Agreement to hold off nuclear
weapons for the West German ar army.
my. army. This is a major concession
and should go far (0 placate Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. ".'.
Shiver. In the satellite. The
Russians and satellites have been
both protesting and shivering ov over
er over the prospect of atomic weapons
in West, German hands.. r Their
protests seem to b genuine.: They
base them on two world wars and
West Germany has already re received
ceived received Matador missiles. But they
are virtually useless without nuc
lear warheads. They can hit. with with-half
half with-half mile of a target 600 miles
away, but this is not close enough
wun conventional explosives.
The; West Germans have also
received F-84 Thunderiet flehter
uuuiuera uum us,. nggea 'to- drop
small atomic bombs. However.
Adenauer has Tield off requesting
me aciuai DomDS and warheads.
It's now indicated hr would be will willing
ing willing to forego these atomic wean.
ons entirely it ne gets a reason
a Die settlement of the German
Personal poovo problems There
were some Ike advisers who warn
ed mm m advance that Macmillan
bad a swelled head, wanted to be become
come become the foremoH leader of the
westerp world. With Dulles 71 and
sick, and with Ike C8 and not well,
deiices" now breaking out almost
daily in the darker countries are
nearly meaningless for the mass
in a country like African Guinea,
whose Sekou Toure may be on
Time's cover, but whose people
are 95 percent illiterate.
As I have written earlier from
Africa, thousands of tribes, riia.
lects, and superstitions, with no
common religion or even common
color, fall far from representing
the dream, inside a hundred
years, of anything close to a li linked
nked linked States 0' Africa.
Except possibly, unification by
solemn conclave among a couple
dozen leaders sitting in closed
bull session, arid speaking pro probably
bably probably French or English, to de determine
termine determine the .welfare or lack of it
of a hundred and eighty million
Before. Bunche speaks so glib glibly
ly glibly of a white world versus a co colored
lored colored world, I suggest he learn
little more at firsthand bout
the component of tjie colored
world, Its warring factions and
In any case, T think that 1953
is a touch previous for anybody,
to nominate a color, dark or:Bbt,
as redomiP"i ,h this world.
There ought to be room enough
in it for everybody, no ( matter
wnat Bunche says.
- You couldn't choose batter for gift-giving;;-, for
brldesr graduates, or.ypur weekend and vacation
W t IAKSOM
Macmillan .'planned to step for
ward as, flu. 1 statesman of tne
Wes.. it was aaid...Th Ktale De.
partment, however, didn't- ouy
this ... 1 Furthermore assurances
came from inaon shortly oe.ore
Macmillan arrived that he nlan.
ned Bo usurpation of leadership,
didn't want to embarrass Ike with
a discussion, of theory trada nmh.
lems.rf, 1 ,,
There were also reports in ia ia-don
don ia-don that Dujles arid Eisenhower
were ; displeased?; with1 Mtcmillan
and his visits to Moscowi Bona
and Paris. The State Department
sent emphatic assurances this was
not the case. These are-some of
the irritants which usually plague
high-level; talk. '.r ,.v", i-
; BROWN !FOR PRESJDINTt.
''Tat Brown, 'eneretie new Dem Dem-ocr
ocr Dem-ocr atk governor .tf .California, dip dip-pedTiis
pedTiis dip-pedTiis toe gingerly into, the presi-....
dentin! water 'last week. decided
the waterwaawm, but no warm
en?Vhu''Cj - -.v- ,v
Hi- lunched with, Sen.', Jack Ifen Ifen-nedy,
nedy, Ifen-nedy, a definite candidate' and a
fellow. -.'Catholic; liked -him He
breakfasted with Sen, Lyndon
Johnson,, a 'probable f candidate, ;,
liked -him, concluded he was a lo loquacious
quacious loquacious charmer, not a good list list-ener.
ener. list-ener. He scored big with that ihost
cynical of all audiences, the Grid--iron
Club, where new GOP lead leader
er leader Charlie Halleck fell flat on, nil
face. -.its "'';
Brown's conclusion at tne ena
of four days in Washington: "I'll
do my best to be", good governor
of California and let the presiden presidential
tial presidential chips fall where they may."
Don't be fooled bv the switch of
Jim Rowe, theold Roosevelt brain-;
truster.-from the Lyndon Johnson
camp to tne HUDert Humpnrey
camp. It doesn't mean that John Johnson
son Johnson should be counted out for the
presidency. What it means Is that
Kennedy has become' such- a, front
runner that Jonnson ana Hum
phrey want to knock him down.
Once before, Jim Rowe, one of.
the ablest of Democrat advisers,
was in en a big political cross cross-play.
play. cross-play. He worked for Averell Har
riman in 1952, though actually a.
Stevenson man. When the time
was ripe he switched Averell' s
delegate. to Adlai. Since then he
has been the-adviser to Johnson'
until this month, when he went
to work for Humphrey. ;
' Rowe is a Catholic, and Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey needs Catholic support agsinst,;
Kennedy. But if the 150 Demo- -.
cratic Convention is. de.d-locked
as seems certainthen "watch f or 1
a deal between Humphrey ond -.
Johnson with Row. as the' middle tJ
man. ' ", ., v'i."".
, In presidential politicsiithe hand 1;
U quicker than the eyeT; -.rT
UFIM IIICr'lllN AAVUAVf '. '.
ncMULinEi mu rvvinvici
The man responsible -for: Eisenf Eisenf-bower's
bower's Eisenf-bower's sudden offer to attend a
Summit conference was none othv
er than Dulles.. .Eisenhower soon -will
call a Big Five Summit con ference
of Western leaders to
chart Western strategy for the
Summit conference with Khrush Khrushchev.
chev. Khrushchev. Britain and France, West
Germany and Italy will also bein-V
Dulles has told friends he hones:
to delay his resignation until af
ter the Summit meeting t h i
summer. He would like to shape shape-onlicy
onlicy shape-onlicy for this crucial meeting aa
his very last act. Meanwhile, he
has already recommended under undersecretary
secretary undersecretary Christian Herter, to take
his place.. .Republican leaders have
warned Eisenhower tha Herter
will face opposition in the Senate
if he U nominated for Secretary
of State. Such key senators as
Bridges of New Hampshire, a Re Re-publican,
publican, Re-publican, and Russell 0' Georgia,'
Democrat, consider Hertr too
flexible. They favor a, rigid, hold-the-Hne
foreign oolicy.,. -The
White House believes It has
1 1 1.
iuuuu a persuasive areumeni 10
help keen the btida blancd
'he President will1 offer to' reduce:
ta?ces next year if Consress wilt
hold the budget line this vr,
Th cut would amount to 43.00fr.v
000 In the 1960-81 fiscal yearr It,,'
may hot be mere coincidence, but
"xt v.ar it i Presidential:; elee
flon year.' t
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Maansi You can win a Diamond on
December 20. ,
Across The .Chase Maihatfu Bank
THURSDAY, MARCH JW, 195J ,v
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPRNUfcMX DA1LZ aJSrYSfA
TRAINING TOR NAVY Ca.pt.John G. Oliver, commanding Officer of Headquarters and Headquarters Company,, 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, briefs members of the Navy Harbor Defense Unit, Balboa, before they go through the Fort Kobbe gas
'chamber.-' The naval personnel and members of Headquarters -and-Headquarters Company were subject to doses of chlorint
and tear as during the exercise. (U.S. Army Photo) v . :r-'
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES
K- ST. ANDREWS
The Dean of the Cathedral, of
St, Lulfe," Ajicon, to oe g sen
speaker at Good Friday-Services
at St. Anarew s jipistoysu wiu
,The Very Rev. Mainert J.- Pe
trnri will conduct the Good Fri
Hnv ttipditatirtns- on the S e1 e n
Words of the -Corss' commencing
at noon tomorrow. Dean Peterson
in Bis meditations will relate the
Kpvmi? Words to the problems of
rlailv liv-taii: euilt. despair, self'
centeredness, loneliness, suffering,
frustration, and tteatn,,
Th ftnnH Fridav service com
memorates the three hours that
Christ ljved ,upon the cross and
consists of meditations, hymns
nri nrrivprjt: The. Rev. W. W
Baldwin, Rector of St. Andrew's,
aid tht. iA those. who wish to
attend services Friday but who
rannnt remain the' fuEL three
hour can feel free to enter and
leave during the Jiymns.
Patients of Wards 12 and 13 of
Gorgas Hospital were entertained
Monday evening by the Rock and
Roll band winners -m -the Air
Force entertainment contest.
Arrangements for the program
were made .by Mrs.- Britta Dunn,
director -of the Service Club at
Albrook, with the Red Cross di director
rector director 'at Gorgas. Members of the
band participating were S-Sgt.
Bill Hoagland and. M-Sgt. Earl
NEW, YORK (UPI) The Board
ef Health revised its sanitary
code today- so that the healtn
commissioner will no longer be
required to: t
Patrol the streets at night
search; of dead horses.
Pull dead horses to the curb
a safety precaution.
Light warning lamps at
heads of dead horses.
I .r?v r!-r ill
I. -s , lK
COL. CtCIL HIMEStleft, cpmamndant of theT5. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean School,' Fort Gulick, congratulates MSgt. Jose-Rodriguez
on' being promoted to the first of the Army'- new super-grades-
E-8. Rodrlguezr is an instructor la the Military 1 Police
Section,; jactics Department of the school. (U.S. Army, Photo)
4 ? f
. A three-hour service com mem
orating the Crucifixion of Christ
will be held at St. Peter's church
in .La. Boca tomorrow.' beginning
noon with ante communion.
The ReV. Johft Spear, priest In
cnarge, will conduct tne service
and meditations..' ?
! The Eucharist on the Sunday of
the resurrection, or Eastern has
been advanced from 10:30 to 7
Easter Sunday imarks the last
Sunday before the First Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church of Balboa Heights,
through the Sunday"" School, en enters
ters enters into the : "Shotf Your Faith"
Sunday School workers and
leaders are working on contact contacting
ing contacting every person on their rolls.
Each person is given an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to sign a pledge card say saying
ing saying he will attend Sunday School-
for each of the four Sundays in
April. The goal for the month is
set at 540 for each Sunday This
is to be accomplished by the pledg pledging
ing pledging of not only those enrolled
but also looking out for pros
Carl Serger, campaign '. mana
ge reports that many of the
classes have their goals signed, up
and are still reaching out for
more. Reminder cards will be sent
Out each week by campaign se-
fciry mrs. uun jvicuiu. i s
The church is, sponsoring this
campaign to .increase the. out
reach and services of its Sunday
School to the community and to
provide Chnst-centered guidance
oy trained teachers in Bible stu study,
dy, study, up
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State Officers Raid
Outside Hew York
NEW CITY, N.Y., March 26
(UPI) State and County offi officials
cials officials staged an undercover raid
on a lucrative gambling hideaway
last "night, .rounding up 40 players
and $25,000 in cash on the card
State Crime Commission offi officials
cials officials in on the raid said they
were investigating any ties to the
crime syndicate the gamblers
The raid took place in an,' aban abandoned
doned abandoned dress factory in an isolat isolated
ed isolated section of Piermont, N. Y., a a-bout
bout a-bout 40 miles from New York Ci City,
ty, City, without the knowledge of Pierr
The raiders used a battering
ram to break in the double doors
of the factory, which had been
equipped with peepholes and buzz buzzer
er buzzer alarms. Other raiders entered
the building by breaking in won-.dows,;-:.;.;:
v j,'. ;, 'U';J,.;
fort by 'the criminal investigating
unit of State Police, the Rock
land .j County District Attorney's
office, and the State Crime Com Commission.
mission. Commission. Altamirq Club
For Coming Picnic
Printed sheets explaining the ex
tensive plans being made by
Club Altamira for its Puerto Cai Cai-mlto
mlto Cai-mlto picnic on Sunday. April 5.
were being distributed today by
the club's public relations com
Owing to the increasing de
mand for the tickets, a special
site Will be selected to facilitate
ticket-buyers, a spokesman for
the group said.
Music for the picnic will be
furnished by Willie Moro and his
A Fury of Dramatic Force... Inspired Cast!...
Release Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the
- ."DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
iu.WitliJiiio jippeatance of. Deborah Kerr, RltavJIay worth,;
David Niven, Wendy Ililler and Burt Lancaster, in Hecht- 1
Hill-Lancaster's "SEPARATE TABLES" opening TOMOR TOMORROW,
ROW, TOMORROW, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE-IN", Theatre,
five of Holly wood's foremost stars blend their prize-win-ninr
historic 4alents In a compelling picturlzation of one
of Broadway nd London's leading stagesuccesses. -,
: ..Produced by ; Harold Hecht .and directed ..by Delbert
Mann, "SEPARATE TABLES" is a poignant drama of love
and loneliness as typified by a cross-section of emotion emotion-torn
torn emotion-torn residents of a small British seaside hotel.
&JOTE UNQUOTE INSIDE
! HAVANA, Cuba Actor Errol
Flynn replying when asked why
he did not eject Cuban tourist po policeman
liceman policeman Jack Shea from a party
that Flynn said Shea crashed in
a drunk and disorderly fashion:
'.'I'm a hero in all of my films.
but I will not argue Into the bar barrel
rel barrel of a 45, particularly when
held by a drunk."
DALLAS, Tex. Senate Majority
Leader Lyudon B. Johnson saying
that the west must increase its
strength and have the capacity to
settle more than just ont crisis
snrh as Rprlin:
"We will not be secure In our
freedom until we have the
strength to settle more than Ber
TrlMDONPrim Minister Har
old' Macmillan urging both East
and West to strive for settlement
of world issues by negotiations:
"W should nat Teallv h itriv
ing for a fictory for one side or
the other. What we must seeK is
victory for common sense.
; t'ENTU&CCaBA Efirabeflf
Duncan on her chances of ap
pealing ner convicuonoon jirsi ae-
eree murder- cnarees tor the
hired killing of her daughter-in
"I think I have a good chance.'
WASHINGTON Labor Secre Secretary
tary Secretary James P. Mitchell In lining
up behind .President Elsenhower's
plan for states to improve unem
ployment compensation to 50 per
cent of average weekly pay:
"The President has made a de decision
cision decision that he wants tjt see this
left to the state."
TO PERFORM AUTOPSY ;
(UPI) U. S. official today
said an autopsy would be per performed
formed performed on the 19-year-old French
girl who died mysteriously in the
lodgings of an American Air
Force sergeant here. Food poi poisoning
soning poisoning was suspected. Staff Sgt.
Robert Piercy, of Sioux City,
Iowa, reported the death of his
fiancee, Miss Genevieve Vallee.
to Air Force base police. 1
DiioJ-Sraipeirpfflrfie Docas Ibeera
US Vealhsrmsn Can
Veni 01 Flash il il-Floods
Floods il-Floods In Advcnce
CHICAGO (UPD Though- flash
floods can v strike community
only i.n hour after a: itorm,-U. S.
weathermen, through radar obser observation,
vation, observation, I are able to warn si si-dents
dents si-dents in advance. ;
Max -A Kohlpr, chief research
hydrologist for the weather bur bureau
eau bureau in Washington, said today
that 3& new radar stations are
being Installed in danger zohes
along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts
and m Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.-
. ' '
He said the stations will be es
pecially effective In flood forecast forecasting
ing forecasting for. small streams where flood
crests, can rise in; a few hours.
Already weather bureaus in Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City and Des Moines have
issued -numerous flood warnings
on the basis, of radar information,
Kohler ,sald at the 175th meeting
or ? me' American Meteorological
- The larger the river, thr long longer
er longer the time between the storm and
the flood crest. Kohler said. The
bureau i "able to predict a flood
in tne umo Da sin days in advance
and on the lower Mississippi a
taneous rainfall data within a 100 100-mile
mile 100-mile radius, and not only tell
where it is raining but how hard.
Previously, such information was
relayed by local authorities.
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LAST CALL FOR EASTER!
In Washington Soon
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Cuban
Prime Minister Fidel Castro will
come to the United States next
month to address the American
Society of Newspaper Editors
without any, opposition from the
' Georee Healv Jr.. nmxiriM nf
the AisNE, said Tuesday night
Wat he had conferred with Roy R.
Rubottom Jr., assistant secretary
of state for Latin American af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and received assurances
that the society had. "every right
to, Invite Castro, here."
Healy said that "to the best of
my. knowledge" the Cuban revol revolutionary
utionary revolutionary leader Is planning to be
in Washington for the ASNE an annual
nual annual meeting i in April. He made
the atatement after he was told
that Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.)
had demanded that the State De Department
partment Department make clear how it
stands on invitations to Castro
from private organizations and in individuals.
dividuals. individuals. Morse said he did not think In Invitations
vitations Invitations should be issued to Cas Castro
tro Castro without prior State Depart-j
ment or White House approval He
said another Invitation was that
Of Ren. Charier O Pnrt.r follna,!
Oregon Democrat, who has asked
Castro to attend Oregon's centen centennial
nial centennial celebration.
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?S3fiOBY OIMKAL GAITHER TUESDAY EVENING
Members of the Department of Defense oint travel r.gulation
JZSZ rVultlnS 1 h Canal Zone for conference with th. un.f.ed
fflESSSndr. guest, of Lt R.ly Ga.th.r Co
mand.r in Chief Caribbean, at a cocktail-buffet at Quarry Helflhts
Key committee officials here
for Uie three-day conlerence are
James Goode, Deputy Assistant
SeSyitary ot the Air Force, Maj.
Gear Ned Moore, director of Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Policy in the Office of
the Secretary of Defense ana
Maj. Gen. Roben W. Porter, De Deputy
puty Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel,
Department of the Army.
The committee members are
holding discussions with officials
of i the Caribbean Command and
its three component services on
the joint travel regulations and
the allowance system for personnel
of the Military Assistance Advi
sory Groups and Muuary ,n aw awing
ing awing Missions in Latin America.
Approximately 100 people
attended the reception given by
the General at the Quarry
woiohu' lffieers' Club, includ
ing the other military and civi civilian
lian civilian representatives on the com committee
mittee committee from Washington and
members of the military staffs
of the command and its compo components.
nents. components. Farewell Tea Feies
Mr, Martha Reif
A- beautiful no-host tea was
given yesterday afternoon at the
Fort Amador Officers Open Mess
honoring Mrs. Martha Reif. The
event was given from 4 to s.ju
p mi by her present and former co coworkers
workers coworkers at the Fif eenl'i Naval
Tjle tea table was centered
sTIr orrancrnmpnt of trODlCal
blooms. Mrs. Mildred Sutherland
presided at the silver punch
Bowl, and Mrs. Mary Joyce and
Mrs, Marilyn Hoofer served tea
anZcoffee. Mrs. Mariha Schapow
wain charge of arrangements
Ss. Reif will leave the Canal
early next month to make
hefhome in the States. She has
be$S an Isthmian for more than
'Miss Maria Hunsecker present presented
ed presented farewell speech extending
best wishes to Mrs. Reif,' who re received
ceived received gold pollera eanngs and a
Mmera as going-away gifts.
Qist Ripoll Named
To Dean s list
Miss Rima Ripoll, daughter
nr. onH Mrs Salvador Ripoll
Panama Citv. has been named
lege, Notre Dame, Ind.
one is a senior student al
Tea This Afternoon
Ho,.ors Mrs. arrmgtellow
Mrs. George ouihgiellow who
arrived on uie isuuuuj today
wui ner nusDand, imperial ?u
teniate alnngieuow, wis to be
nonored tnis auernoon at a tea
ai uie on Amador Oificein
ine uariv was scheduled for 3
to 0 p. in. nl lauies 01 Auout saaa
iempie are invited to a.teno.
Emblem Club fian.
caru rar.y mexi Week
LriStoDai hinoiem viub 52 will
sponsor a caia party Friday, A
oni 6. ai t.M p.m. at tht; 1ks
Home in Brazos rieignus. itefresn
menis will De serveu, and prizes
Merry Christmas, AH!
Answer, to Previous Futile
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy
and Mr. and Mrs. Iou seiaon
were the jamboree judges.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's tiuo
The scheduled meeting of the
Charity Card Group of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Women's Club has been post
poned during Holy Ween. An
nouncement of the next meet
ing will be made later.
Orchid Chapter, O.I.S.
Orchid Chapter One, uroer 01
the Eastern Star, will have a spe
cial meeting Friday evening at
7:30 at the Scottish Rite Tem Temple
ple Temple in Balboa.
The initiatory service wiu u
exemplified, and refreshments
will be served at the close of the
Gem and Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Mi Mineral
neral Mineral Society has scheduled a
regular meeting for tomorrow at
the club building in the Balboa
Dance Students Win
Jamboree medals, trophies
Medal winners at the recent
Hariieu anu uunn jamuoree at
the American Legion Club were
unnua uaiy, Mie Bootn, Yven Yven-dall
dall Yven-dall ahephard ano Jane Holger Holger-on.
on. Holger-on. Silver iropiiies went to .rat .ratty
ty .ratty Shannon anu Gene Brower of
Margaret Alexander and Leo Leo-naru
naru Leo-naru i-vilen piacea second and re received
ceived received medals, while Virginia
Hamilton and Leonard Allen won
silver trophies in the intermediate
Meaal winners in a later jam jamboree
boree jamboree were Mary Thompson and
Billy Gough. Eight-year-old Ca Carol
rol Carol Wigg and her partner, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Anderson, won a prizjp for
effort. Sandra Spinney and David
Sterling took the honors for the
Thursday Afternoon B Group, and
Thursday night medal winners
were Michelle McKee and uon
winners in the father-daun
ter competi.ion were Capt. Spin Spinney
ney Spinney and Sandra, Larry Chance
and "Tuffy". Mrs. Fox and son
George won the mother-son e-vent.
Errol Flynn Files
Lis: for scholastic
at St. Mary's Col-
... for that clean,
ln three beautiful decorator colors!
Robbers 9, 13,
Weep When Caught
SAN FRANCIACO (UPD Two
would be robbers handed Bank of
America tellei Filamene Miller a
"tir yesterday lellins her to ''put
$100 in a sack or we'll blow up
"What is this a joke?" she
snapped. "Get out of here this
The robbers grinned sheepishly,
said "All right," and fled.
Moreover, since one of them had
signed (he note, police had no
trouble tracing them. The two
foiled desperadoes aged 9 and 13
burst into tears when apprehended.
htpii Errol Flynn
in court here vesieraay,
.4 fcw tum beautiful secre-
taries, to make formal charges of
"abuse of authority" againsCu-v-n
tourist police Lt. Jack Shea of
Shea was not present at the
oror-eerlines, which amounted to a
preliminary hearing on charge
TToiN'wocri actor filed two
Flynn said the Hiban official,
"in a drunk and disorderly con con-di'ion"
di'ion" con-di'ion" and flourishing two guns
burst into the actor's apartment
at the Comodoro Hotel on -"rcn,
11 while the actor was giving a
lvwood hern wh dlrln t throw
Intruder out. -lynn repiiw.
"I never p-cue "'i'h & naT'
fin,i,,riv win It's in the hands
j. W, Vnr'- ritv. anr1
.j unrittri Mums Albadalelo, of
1 M the
13 First woman
14 Bread spread
17 Units of
21 Bitter vetch
22 Uncle Tom's
33 "Look to the
34 Seven in
38 Son of
40 Harden, as
51 "Daniel in the
53 King of Jndah
54 Donn-stic slave
86 The Com.
S7 Let it stand
t Century plant
9 Olive genus
19 Sea eagle
22 Goddess of
SS Italian city
27 Husband of
28 Fork prong
29 Products of
II Pay attention-
35 Bears tales
17 Jesus was
to the cross
38 Kind of plane
40 "Prince of
43 Biblical wAd
- to adore Jesus
47 Allowance for
By OSWALD JACOBY..
Written r NIA lervleo :
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(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mi.'
slonary Diocese of the Panama
Your Evening Bible Reading:
St. Luke 23:1-4
WE REALLY CARE
THAT HE DIED?
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Today's hand is a slmpla 7on.
Played at six no-trump declaier
will almply run' out nil clubs,
then his hearts and finally his
spades- On th second spade laad
west will show out and declarer
will bo able to count only 11 top
It won't taka him long to sec
the one play for his contract. He
will simply play the rest of the
spades and East will be in with
East will be down to the king
and one diamond and will lead
the low one. Declarer will play
low from hit hand 1 and North's
queen will be the twelfth trick
by Dorothy Killgallen
Joanna Dnt is reported deeply
concerned over her lfcVyear-old
ion, Dick Heymei Jr., who hs
developed an nicer after a year
el -Jiving in the East. She's de demanded
manded demanded that he be returned to
her custody ifl California forth-:
with. J)olores Wilson, whose
brave performing at the Metro-
Siutan toespite a lenous oac.
jury) made front ; page news
lust a few days aeo. booked a
physician in the wugs when she
next sings at me opera nous.
Hat doctors advlied her not to go
on, but she was oeterminea ro
defy them. .Jess Barker, former
ly marnea to ausan 1 Haywaro,
quit big Chicago disc jockey job
because he wants to try a movie
comeback. -r;;;;v :t;,:.
Get set for another of : those
precocious author bits. Viking is
about to puDUsn a novel auea
"NO Piece To Run" by a I7 yer yer-eld
eld yer-eld named Philip Alston Stone
. .Tontorial note; Gary Groby,
who wants to look more mature,
has started growing a mustache
. .Artie Shaw, who was to have
sailed back to Spain aboard a
freighter, changed hit mind and
loomed off to California for 10
days. He'll make a TV pilot film
Jesus?" In essence, We do care.
but we are careless about this bet
ter part of ourselves.
At this time of the year it is
well for us to come face to iact
with Our Lord on Maundy Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Good Friday to more ful fully
ly fully realize what bur sins -do to Our
Lord as He seeks to bring US into
a more perfect relationship with
Momn in m Pfl
if vmi want to keen your wife
sa'isfied with her lot in life ne
"t '.. J it,, .V..
To ten ner now inf11
looks. She"l be happier in an oiu
dress, if you make her ten preuy.
than in a new one tnat you iaii
to notice or one tnai you acv
To commiment ner on ner
cookin?. She won't mind not be being
ing being able to serve steak if you can
convince her that her meat loaf
is the best vou ever ate.
for beine a good
.n.cr Pinehin. Dennie isn't
nearlv as dreary a necessity to
the woman whose husband is im impressed
pressed impressed wi'h what a good mana manager
ger manager she is.
To tell her what a capable
kostess she is. She mav not ne
able to "ive fancv narties but if
vou assure her after every partv
that evervth'ng went well and
the guests al seemed to hava a
ood time sh- won't mind hav-
To buiw her up in front of your
friends. Nothing makes a wife
fool niiito n Droud and nuite so
lnoky as to have her husband let
o'hers know he thinks she li just
aVmit all rieh.
To notic and arimire tne mines
shf does to make your home
more attnetive. It's no real
hxrrl'hin for a woman to paint a
room, o' rnoke a Hnctver. o re-
finish furniture ner nusoinu
mrvels a what ehanffe she has
iv"'e in room's a.nnarance.
t, rTPM ier wi'h h'v'nf
oioii"h intelllffence to unler-sf--ri
4nv vnmnn whose husband ob ob-vjonsl"
vjonsl" ob-vjonsl" thinks she Is orettv. smar'.
fnrl nic- t- have sround knows
ftf Is a lucky woman.
"Then said Jesus, Father, for-
give them; for they know not
what they do."
An Archibishop of Paris once
told this story: A boyonce went
into a church with two friends,
and accepted their "dare" to
make a mock confession.
He went into the confessional
and confessed: "Father, I have
broken all of the ten command commandments
ments commandments and all tha laws .of i the
Church. And what is more, I floa t
care a damn."
The confessor replied: "Very
well, my son, and this is your
penance: go up to the altar and
tell Him who hangs on the Cross
that you don't care a damn."
Sometime later, his two com companions
panions companions found the bov Drostrate oc-
fore the altar, sobbing in an agony
of repentence. The saintly prelate
concluded his story by saying:
was mat ooy '.
How often our rebellion and sin
are sheer carelessness because
we think that we are separated
from God and we fail to thirtk
about Him. Most of us, when we
are face to face with God would
not have the audacity to do and
say the things that come over us.
It is like the wise mother who
counselled her children with this
question: "Would you do that to
(Presented by the Department
of Christian idoeatlen 1 the
Iplscopal ChUrch In the Mis
slonary Diocese ef the Panama
Yeur Ivenlng llb'e Reedina:
Tht reason I Used the hand IS for Frank Dansia an interview
that there is a pitfall In the bid-1 show with Artie askine orovo-
ding. When played In a duplicate cetive questions.
game au south playeri epeniqi ;
one no-trump. Most North play- The "Rvuer planner! for ihu
ers simply jumped to six no-1 year's Srwleto festival should
trump on the theory that there make Europe sit up and take no no-was
was no-was no satisfactory way to x- tic. The weight of the names ih ih-plore
plore ih-plore for anything else. volved is staggering: there'll be
a couple of super-scienusts sketcnes W Truman Caoote. W.
used the itayman convention; H. Auden. William Carlos Williams
found the four-four sped fit and and Tennessee Williams; music
landed In six spades. I by Gian Carlo Menotti, .. Cop
Six spades can make also but lend and Sanuel Barber: danc-
niither did mike it. Each one Its by Herb Ross, John : But But-found
found But-found out about tht bad trumoller and Anthony Tudor, and lets
break and triad to Strip the hand, by Jac Venxa with additional ef ef-Unfortunateiy
Unfortunateiy ef-Unfortunateiy each one decided fects by. Saul Steinberg. Menotti.
to try to cash i second heart be-1 whft blueorinted the entire vea-
fort a third club. East rutted that ture, hopes to prove to Europeans
nean ana sim naa a ciuo ior aq wai we- Americans uu nave an
' utivictiuai level aunic-
whlt above that of the TV, Wes
Comedian B. S. Fully.-who mitmt
be described most delicately as
"earthy,'; is luring eustomers to
a Miami Beach night club with
some rather curioui billing. la
large letters ; his adi urge, 'Don't
Miss Seeing SINATRA'S Pal" .
"Al Carxne" is beine: hailed fcv
previewers as the first gangster
film of any quality since their
heyday in the thirties, so it may
start an avalanche of similar
Shlrl Conway has had to tone
down the whirlwind character
she plays is the star of "Aunue
Meme"- in Melbourne, : because
she's carrying on with a splinter splintered
ed splintered anklebone, but tha eritica and
audiences are hailing her just
the lame, v Thoie who've read
the gaUey proofs of Leonard Sill Sill-man's
man's Sill-man's book about his life in the
theatre (to be publUhed in Au-
Sust) say he treats some of the
iggest names "with bitter truth,
but good humor". -, .Grace Downs,
director of the contest to find
the next Miss New York City,
lays there's a dearth of girls
who possess both beauty and la
lent. She's screened over 100 bel belles
les belles so far, and not one seems
worthy of heading for the Miss
America pageant. v v .Pat -. Susuki
was the attention-fatter nf th.
week at the Wevlin when ah.
dropped in to catch BoIjv
horti dynamic divert! emnt
She made the tcene with mn
tail .flapping uhder a white aai-
ior nat ana legs encased in Bo Bo-hemian
hemian Bo-hemian black stockings.
m Palsce Theatre, can. only be
described as a flawlesi motion
l:!;u,,'-leautifully written, poig.
1""".' wwungiy pnoto
graphed and perfectly est.
George Stevens AirmMi i
the audience alternating between
teaf i and laughter and gives the
film industry aomething to blast
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St. John 19:147
THE ONLY PINISHID LIPg
, V- .1 f.u 'Li' ii'i; '''
''He said, It Is finished i anil
he bowed his head, and gave up
What was finished? It was the
perfect offering to God of a per perfect
fect perfect life. Christ's life was a finish
ed work. No other man s life ever
was, or is, or can be.
Says the writer John Ruskin:
"Our best finishing is but coarse
and blundering Work after alii We
may smooth, and soften, and
sharoen till we are sick at heart:
btK take a good magnifying ghss
to our miracle of skill, slid the
invisible edge is a ragged saw and
the silky thread a rugged cable,
and the sou surface a granite at
The perfect humsn life that
ended on the Cross had been tin
ished in God because it had been
wholly lived in God. So its end
ing is pure triumph over the ter
rifying results of sin. sickness
and death. As we kneel before it
on Calvary we weep not for Him,
but for the world that is so sick
that it cannot right Itself nor lul
ly see the extent of its sickness.
God help us Jesus is what we
ought to be! But God be thanked
He can help us to become what
we ought to be, and in eternity
if not in time, perhaps we shall
be able to say of our life: "It is
The Crucifixion of Our Lord
gives us a true picture of what
your sin, and my sin is doing to
the redeeming life of God. It is
about time that we faced it and
fell on our knees before the Crol
Maa ii rwi
Q-The bidding Isee-:
whet e ; yu 7
unaa varneii is so sold on
hypnosis as a nerve-quieter that
chums believe ) she'll use it to
noisier ner morale in all future
stage rolel. She finds it better
tnan any tranquilizers for ba
maning those footlight jitters.
. .Sinffer Rillv Tiiniala a.nt kla
wife, Perri,r luUabying a baby
i-VTewe avear sWfe girUGene fowler, s been, birn birn-SS.
SS. birn-SS. !aMet, ;w TV appearancea b
Tour per-" WZ -u,e
eiuM. wlit e you sen
Womon Who L
Married Man, 19
cause he's oncentratihg on com-
niatjng "Skyline," his book about
ms early days in the newstianer
In the town's taxi a-araeea th
atwiiiy inai we hackies will
Close Up shoo for a week-tni- mora
"of dramatic protest if the cab
ir lax goes tnrouen. .Memo
to Fidel Castro: Dirhitri TiOmkin
11 Wrihn a Inn ;n..J
"July 16th.": And lint trv
In nn th- ier'ift "'.
MEMPHIS fUPn Mrs. Lola honev Tla TLtL 'JTZSl'
Tipton Dunn, e4, whose six mi- pie William B. WiUiams made a
Ia U,.!!1.old,f ?." ih'rrtnw Fhtonic twosome at the New-
I,U AV-t-UlU r)Ul UUIUt IKIUKl.
husband, vowed today that she
would cling together despite thai those eendatrnae
opinion of the children. round backstage at "Mv fair
Mrs; Dunn, hose first husbd Lady" had nothing to do with
died almost to years ago, mar- the show. Thev hist want,
ried Dunn Monday without taping of the musicians 'to idtify ihug
wf. sun awne w ino t mitt whb'd looted hli
non i-wam to i apartment bulldint Yitii
tiff fl Has ja,.. aV
them "said they
know they are my children.'!
They4have their epinlons and Melted over th talent hunt be be-lon't
lon't be-lon't try to change them," she Ing lunched for "flew voicea" bo
d. "But it doesn't affect the ftCA'a Steve Sholes who hid X
said. "But it doesn't fifw t,the BCA'e Steve Sholes, who had so
Z7 WXL. ffi.to d0tt JWtttoi Elvia
tlrf'v, rTSr!rK'J9"" roo w fame.
cuiieie ner, was uurauer in
ut. vt j.t. u. n. iuid J
nia uriuc a iiuiiic. umj ajwtwpw f s aa
very happy shout h Rasmsi M Cia
BALBOA UNION CHURCH
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
WELCOMES YOU TO ITS SERVICES
TWO IDENTICAL SERVICES OF EASTER WORSHIP
9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
EASTER SUNDAY MARCH 29
Sermon by the Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Anthems by the Cnwader and Adult Choirs
COOD FRIDAY SERVICE
7:30 p.m. Mar. 27
Reception of Pastor's Clans Anthems by Adult Choir
Meditation by Pastor Saeroment of Holy Communion
WISE MOTHERCRAFT ... the tuidsnee of your own
doctor ... end choice of food are vital at this stage of vouf.
baby's development. Tu with confidence to nmirisua.
blanc!ed,eJl-mu1tlctenfof bottle feedmreiulraien.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, unirorm aavev
safe and so easy to digest It to of peat benefit in
avoiding and caw correctinf, underweight condition,
0 A whale eews' mtk la swaW ham wt aaWad
vitamins A ami S mn Ira
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Nimf (CANADA) ITH tonm SSraat WeaVfesMea, e)ss
Help Yourself to
Of Prince Orstni
AUNli (UPI) It.Dil.an B.
raya ytsterdsv drove afnn ti.
1 . a w tvMk Sjlir
APHia Way in. this city
.i" w"' "P"sa to oe
mere atui nn ....
waw uw SJ1B1J. UVjW
ever, of Roman Prinr sal iM A ft it A
W'M' WB0M B,m been
linked with the. beautiful former
wife of the Shah Of Iran as her
u Newsmen and photographers
followed Princess Sorsva. her
German mother and an Iranian
Embassy official when they drove
irom tne Excelsior Hotel to a res.
taurant near the catacombs of St
It was reported "almost 1,000
of he dresses.' her German
maid snd her German chauffeur
were coming to Rome.
Readers of the unusual religi religious
ous religious writings of C. S. Lewis, au author
thor author of .over a score of books,
both popular and scholarly, will
be -particularly interested in his
new book which w
circulation this week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal zone Liorary.
In the" new book. eHUeri:
"Reflections On the Psalms." ne
thinks aloud not only about the
psairflg tneir style ftna ftiean ftiean-lng
lng ftiean-lng but also tneir relevance
for contemporary life.
His rare, illuminating .intel .intelligence
ligence .intelligence discover In the Psalms
truth in paradox, Joy in despair,
and possibilities in limitations.
The complete list of new
books and their authors fol follows:
lows: follows: j
Your- Preschooler. Blav Rent
Detective fitorles of the Year,
1988, Cooke: The French Im-
pressiotiiBts, Deii'acqua; south
African Flowers for the Garden,
Eliovson; The Odyssey: a mod
ern sequel, Ka2 an tz air.es; Re Reflections
flections Reflections on the Psalms. Lewis:
A History of France. Mauroia:
One Man in his Time, Oboiens Oboiens-ky;
ky; Oboiens-ky; Oreen Grows Ivy. Priest: So
you want to be a New Yorker
Provins; The Day t was Proud
est to be art American. Robin
son; Sampling Opinions, Ste Stephen
phen Stephen and Handbook of Christ Christian
ian Christian Feasts and, customs, welser
FICTtON V-The Joyfuf Beg
gar De Wohl; the Three Wives,
Fraser; Trumpets in the 'Dawn.
Heclcelmann; seek Out and De Destroy,
stroy, Destroy, ;Horan; Accent on Mur Murder,
der, Murder, : Lockridge ; The Day oh
Fire; Ullman; Brothers ana Sis Sisters
ters Sisters Have i None, Usher; The
Bright Young Things, Vaii;
Pony for Three, Anderson;
There's No Such Animal, Bvers;
Widget, Newberry; Chouchou,
Selgnobosc; Sleepy Book, Zolo Zolo-tow;
tow; Zolo-tow; All about the Human Body,
Glemser; A Big Ball of String,
Holland; You and the Eartu
Beneath Us, May; Andrew Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie and the Age of Steel,
Shlppen and Queen Victoria,
Streatfeild. ,;t iy ;-
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r 'TBt PANAMA AMERICA -i AJf KDHMENTjENT DAILY NEWWAM
GAS TRAINING AT KOBBE
' Pfc. William O. Foster, all of
Fort $obbe gas chamber. The
' CAIRO, tnlted Arab Repubflc
(tiPl). The Egyptian suspect
they are getting diplomatic dou doubletalk
bletalk doubletalk "from the Russians.
No matter what other preoccu preoccupation
pation preoccupation may occupy the Arab
world, there is one that is con constanttheir
stanttheir constanttheir enmity for Israel.
And it is in the matter of Is Israel
rael Israel that they think they are get getting
ting getting double talk from the Soviet
The Israel! issue was at the top
of the agenda of this ipring'i
meeting of the Arab League.-
The league' headquartrs siti
the middle of downtown Cairo. It
it i solid-appearing building of
yellow stone set in the midst of
a sandy courtyard. Spring flow flow-ersiine
ersiine flow-ersiine the driveway approae'
th entrance There is a tceptlon
hall j and high-ceilinged jrooms A
orthese-roSm Is the of office
fice office of: Abdul. Halek Hassouna,
secretary general of the league
which ranks Israel as its bitterest
The main topic was the flow of
Jewish refugees from Romania.
Russia, he said, has given the
league blanket assurances that no
Russian Jews would be permitted
to 'emigrate to Israel. Romania
has said its emigration is limited
and is for humanitarian purposes.
"But," he said, "when we hear
Mr; David Ben-Gurion (premier
of Israeli asking for more refu refugees
gees refugees and planning to get into Is Israel
rael Israel 100,000 in 1959 an4 know of
the existence of receiving centers
in Vienna and the activities of
agents in Italy looking after them
and facilities for their trip to Is Israel,
rael, Israel, we cannot help but feel
there is a planned program for
, Ah Egyptian government offi official
cial official echoed Hassouna but in
"The Russians may say they
are not permitting emigration'
he said, "but we don't believi
(r) ' N k ( XL:m5 I 1 111
CHANGE OF COMMAND Tanker tradition is passed to a
new company commander under the eyes of Gen. George 8.
Fatton, Jr., guiding spirit of all tankers. Capt. James H. Dick Dick-eon
eon Dick-eon pins the 34th Armor crest and, green, shoulder tabs sym symbolizing
bolizing symbolizing command on Capt. Richard Murnlghan, hew com
mander of Fort Kbbes D Company 34th Armor. Dickson had
been commander of KObbe'a tankersr since fieptembet 4957.
MOSCOW (pPIJ-A small irmy
. ., of "Americans" invaded Moscow
f today everything from chewing
V gum and -refrigerators to shoes
These peaceful invaders arrived
n cra:es at the railway station.
n mid-July they'll be unveiled at
ha first American exhibition here
tin 44 years so millions of curious
Russians can lee what that capl capl-i
i capl-i talist society thev've heard so
r much about really looks like.;
.f.v v ';y ST'"- v-ti
' 1 This week's firs V shipmen's
, ;from America, also dumped the
- VAiuuiuuu a iwu uuuuinia in
8fc. Tony English conducts
Headquarters and Headquarters
men were subjected to doses of
Suspect G ettlng ,J
to prevent Russian Jews coming
out through Romania as easily as
The Arabs believe the new
surge of Jewish migration
through Romania is Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita Khrushchev's .way of
disciplining United Arab Republic
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
for his clampdown on Commut
nism inside the Egyptian-Syrian
St Other Reveng Mtaturt
And they believe other revenge
measures soon may be instituted
now that" Nassr is committed to
outright hatred for the Commu
nist-supported regime in neigh
St udMht ffifapjpe d In Cr evc
Dies After 40 Long Hours
CASTLETON, England UPD UPD-Tw6
Tw6 UPD-Tw6 exhausted doctors leaned
over the gloomy, poisonous-smelling
edg, of a crevice namsd the
"devil's hole" tuesday listening
to the labored breathing o!
trapped Oxford studoh'. 1 Nell
Moss. Suddenly the noise stopped.
Forty hours after the M-year-old
youth had entered the gaping
mouth of the cavern to exolore its
dank subterranean passages, the
foul air moving listlessly about
his head had snuffed out his life.
He had spent two days 1,000
feet below the earth's surface, a
mile and a half from the cave en entrance!
trance! entrance! in a narrow, twisting rock
funnel whose cold' walls had
grasped his body in a deadly vise.
He had the will to live, but no
air o breathe.
The two doctors, one of them
RAF Flight Lt. John Carter, took J
a last look 35 feet down tne crev crevice
ice crevice where Moss stood wedged
Gum, Art, ToasterC Buildings
pieces-on the fair site in wooded,
country-like 6okolnlky Park in the
heart of Moscow. v
Today the site was barren and
snow-covered, The only, construc construction
tion construction has' been concrete bases -poured
in the ireezing Moscow
winter i "but guaranteed not ; to
, "The steel 'framework! go lap
this week' and wo should put on
the 200-ioot i gold-ahodiied ; alumi aluminum
num aluminum dome ground April first," ex explained
plained explained Howard Messmore, a U.
S. Departmen of Commerce ex ex-ecu
ecu ex-ecu .Ivi ;1n charge "of the exhibit,
crltlcjue for pvt. Oeorge L. Butzer,
Company, 1st Battle Grpup( 20th
chlorine' and tear gas during the
boring Iraq which is competing
with. him tor leadership of the
. Hassouna is pro-Western but
for its firm support of Israel.
bitter against the, United States
, ,He says there is but one soul
tbn to the Israeli question, That
is for Israel to restore their lands
to approrimately one million Pal
estine re'ugees. He claims the
refugees themselves refuse, tr be
resettled- elsewht and h" bitter
ly blames Israel for preventing
establishment or a new, separate
Arab state to" be carved, lust as
Israel was, out of the former
mandate ef Palestine.
tight, snd then tilled off one of
the greatest cave rescue attempts,
in history. .' -.
For a mile .and a half, the
words "he's dead" nessed from
mouth of 50 rescue workers lying
on their stomachs W the mud and
cold Of the cave to the hundreds
of persons waiting around the en
"The, boy is dead," announced
Chief '.Police Inspector William
Sheffield. His words ended t h e
hours-long vieil maintained at the
entrance by Moss father, Eric, a
couon executive irom Cheshire.
Th" m6thc remained at home.
Young Moss probibly nevet had
s'ood a chance of coming out
alive. He was 6 feet S inches tall
and he weighed 210 pounds, and
when his feet Slipped from under
h'm w the tiiinel Sunday, lt
plunged his body, downward ind
wedged It tightly In a corkscrew.
He was wedded so tightly into
the 18-Inch shaft that he could not
move his arms' or legs, or even
Not since Floyd Collins died in
a Kentucky cave in 1925 has such
a gigantic rescue attempt been or organized.
ganized. organized. It failed in the dank,
gloomy cavrthM once was a dun-
geon. once a robbers' lair, and'
mignt nve Deen tne norfle of a
Bronze Age:man, t t
In Sports Cdrs
Mov Be Ijiadequate
-Los Angeles fupi) j.' Don Don-get,
get, Don-get, angry tha next time a speed speed-nppy
nppy speed-nppy driver looms bv vort -ih
classy-looking snorts car. Chances
are he's just feeling sexually in inadequate.
adequate. inadequate. At least that's the opinion of
ut.s Jerome w. Kmjntn a sy sy-chiatrist
chiatrist sy-chiatrist at the-University of Cal Cal-iftirnU
iftirnU Cal-iftirnU af .,LoVAneIes)r ''' i
;"We have- jam hat a ;reat
niinv sport drivers go In for
these racv- vehicles because they
ire fefHn iicH as sexual
SlfehyJongres ; "X
2Tws-f drivar 4s fty
The dome will hold nine huge
screens showing photograph! of
life in America, such as highways
and churches. Soviet citizens also
will .. see exhibits v telling about
space, nuclear l and chemical re research,
search, research, public" health, medicine,
agriculture, education and labor
In th United S'ates.-r"'V:'; :
t'iehind the dome will be 'a crescent-shaped
glass building wherl
American products.' including a
model home,' will b on view for
Pfc. Sheridart. H. Clark and
Infantry, as tnev leave the
exercise (U.B. Army rnoto;
.,. ST. LUKI'S
The Three-Hour Service front
noon to 3 o'clopk on Good Friday
at the Cathedral of St. Luke in
Ancon will be conducted by the
Ttiihno R Heber Gooden.
Bishop Gooden will preach on the
even last woras oi uur jura irom
the Cross, and will be assisted by
the Rev. Carl Phillip I jams, as as-sistf
sistf as-sistf fit to the Dean.
This service is one of the most
holy moments of the Christian
Year, when Christians of every
race and country gather to-gelher
in their churches for -the purpose
of meditating upon the words
Spoken by Our a Lord from the
Cross. They bring into focus the
tremendous Love of God in con
trast to the Terrible' Sin of Man.
History tells us that the Crucifixion-
is considered as' man's answer
to God'i love, but the Resurrec Resurrection
tion Resurrection is God's answer to man's sin.
"Other services during the day
include Morning Prayer at 8:30
a.m., the Stations of the Cross at
7:30 p.m., followed by the Bible
Study Group in the Dean's office.
Keeps Vatchful Eye
On Strike Situation
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Ufil)-Gov,
A. B. Chandler kept a watchlul
eye on the tense- strikebound east eastern
ern eastern Kentucky coal fields today
despite assurances by union lead
ers lt would be unnecessary to
call out the National Guard.
"With this sort of thing you
can't wait for something to hap happen.
pen. happen. Then it would be too late,"
said Chandler, who sent troops to
the edal fields during his first
term at covernor In 1939.
Chandler alerted the guard
Tuesday after State, Public Safety
Commissioner Don Sturgill re reported
ported reported that a crowd of 1,000
members threatened to destroy
and burn a mine tipple at Colson
in southeastern Kentucky's Letch Letcher
er Letcher County.
The situation eased a few hour!
later, however, when Carson Hib Hib-bltls,
bltls, Hib-bltls, president of United Mine
Workers Districts 2g and 30 give
assurance that pickets at the
Camp Fork Coal Co. tipple would
be kept at a minimum and there
would be "no further demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of force there."
Tuesday's incident at- Colson
was the most serious since the
UMW went en strike to enforce
demands for a $2 per day wage
Increase from operators on March
It broke the uneasy quiet that
hung over the coal fields since
last week when the uniori agreed
to withdraw pickets pending the
outcome of a court hearing Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Pikeville. ,.
Judge James Stephenson heard
testimony by coal operators re requesting
questing requesting a court order to restrain
union pickets from violence.
The judge heard, two cases, and
will hear the third today.
He issued no ruling and did not
say when a ruling in ihft cases of
alleged violence at nan union
mines In Pike County last weeJt,
could be expected.
Russians wifiVableto walk
around the landscaped area back
of the exhibition site to sea 26 au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles on display outdoors.
There'll also be a children's play playground.
ground. playground. : American ar. (not all
abstract) will be on exhibit un under
der under colorful plastic umbrellas.
Several Ceaturei of thia exhibit
tion were borrowed from the U, 3.
pavilion at the Brussels Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition a fashion show, the wo
degree screen clrcarama movie
of American .life,' live color TV
shows and a pond with boats and
VOn Maundy Thursday evening
at T3Q o'clock, a service of Holy
Communion will be held at the
Cathedral of St. Luke la Atteon,
to commemorate that first Maun
dy Thuraday when Our Lord gave
to tne world tnts aacrament of uis
Body and Bood.
This will be a family celebration
when all families will come to the
altar to receive the sacrament or
receive a blessing.
A sermon wui dc preacneo? ny
Dean, ne very Rev. Mainert
Peterson, on the subject "Re
ceiving God's Greatest Gift", and
the service will be celebrated ky
the Rev. Carr Phillip Ijams, as as-sistant
sistant as-sistant to the Dean, The Cathed
ral Choir Guild will supply the mu musical
sical musical background for the service.
services of Holy Communion at
6 and 8:30 a.m., with the Altar
Kepose in tne cnapel of All
Souls at the Cathedral, for the pur-
Soses of meditation during the
Th"altar will be decorated In
White, with white flowers, in joy
ous remembrance of this grat
girt mat God has given to us.
i UNION CHURCH
Thr standard for most pic pictures
tures pictures of the Last Supper is the
famous painting of Leonardo da
Vinci. Tonight at the Margarita
Union Church this famous paint painting
ing painting will be come to life.
In the chancel of the church
the great table will be set. Christ
and the Apostles will be represent represented
ed represented by candlea which will be lit in
a special ceremony. The service,
scheduled for 7 p.m., will include
the swing of communion recep reception;
tion; reception; of new -, members, tpeclal
music by the choir and a m m-safte
safte m-safte bv th Pastor.
Tomorrow the congregation
will meet at noon to commemo commemorate
rate commemorate the hour in which Jesus was
nailed to the cross, rne ev.
Franklin, has entitled his Good
Friday Sermon 'When Death
Seemed Victorious". James Pfau,
ht .nin ut win iin a sneciai ar
rangement of "When I Survey
The wonorous ioss.
ir..t.r Sunday beams for the
church with the 6 a.m. un tea
sunrise service at Fort Gulick.
The regular morning service
will be held at -eO a.m., Coco
Solo, and 11 a.m., Margarita
The pastor's sermon is entitled
"Glorious Arrival" and is the con concluding
cluding concluding message in a Len';n se series
ries series entitled, e Wa7 Of The
Goods Hits Record
wiQHtNRTON fUPD Gov
ernment economists estimated to today
day today that the nation's total produc-
tlon Ol gooas ana '"'",..
climbed to a record 464-billiOn-dollar
fhmt it th unofficial but relia
ble estimate for the first three
months of 1959 now being clrcu clrcu-lated
lated clrcu-lated among top-level government
officials. . ....
It represents a gam of 11-bil on
frnm th iss billion dollar
t. nf sross hatlinal product In
sthe last three months of 1958.
Moreover, because most prices
t,.A h.n ttarlv. the increase
reflects a genuine spurt in the
Physical volume of production
not just a markup in prices.
tv imnrnvment Is better than
some gdvernment economists had
hoped for Wd it strengthen, offi-
cial forecasts lor a iwuimuu-uw-lar
rate by th nd of the year.
The new nationsl output figure
also means that the economy has
grown to recdrd Size.
It has expanded for four con consecutive
secutive consecutive Quarters following the
shsrp slide from September 1957
to April 1958 during the recession.
Gross national oroduct fpll to a
low rate of $425,800,000,000 in the
first quarter of 1958.
Although the 464-billlon-dollar
estimate Is still preliminary preliminary-March
March preliminary-March still hss a week to run
economics are confident that
when aU the flnl U1iyinr
done, there won't be much
Some factors behind the 1959
plckim are: ....
,H"rry-up buying of steel by
factories whoM inventory are
depleted and'who are afraid there
will be a prolonged steel strike
,-Builduo of other Inventories
by businessmen. "any n' whom
pateH thm sn-ply in 1958.
-Spending by conmnnrs for
good and services of all kinds
has been strong.
Businessmen sre "Dending a
Ht le more on construction of n'"
factories nd replicement of old
machines and tools.
AORII fO AID r
KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) -Russia
has agreed to give this
Himalayan Mountain kingdom 85
million ; rubles. In economic aid
!'wlth na strings attached," press
reports said today. The loan
amounts to roughly $3,500,000.
j : a
The Russians hsve been "most
cooperative and helpful' with the
new exhibition. The only sugges suggestions
tions suggestions discouraged were a variety
store with cheap items for sale
(currency exchange problem) and
a jail band (western jazs li offi officially
cially officially frowned upon). But the cus customers
tomers customers wil) be able to buy hot
dogs,, chewing gum and possibly
one of the cola drinks, which used
to be a symbol in the soviet
press of American "imperialism".
The fair's savin million dollar
budget will be partially recouped
because the Soviet! agreed to buy
the two" -exhibition buildings.
STUDYING IN THE STATES Carlos Boyd, center, son of Alberto Boyd, Minister of AgrlmVt",
ture, commerce and Industry of Panama, chats with classmates, at the University of Brldg.';
port, Conn., where he is a freshmen student. At left is Joel Goldberg of Brooklyn, N.Y., at
right, Sylvia Plrozzoli of Bridgeport. Young Boyd is taking pre-dental courses at the Univer University,
sity, University, and hopes eventually to return to Panama to practice.
Dulles Gets Hopeful Note
From Ailing Danish Premier
COPENHAGAN (UPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
probably received no more hope hopeful
ful hopeful message after his recent
cancer attack than the note froi
Denmark'a Premier H. C. Han Hansen,
sen, Hansen, a cancer victim himself.
Hansen underwent surgery last
Oct. 9 for removal of a throat
Only time will tell whether the
operation proved a success.
But important to cancer victim
Dulles was the fact that cancer
victim Hansen went back to work
following his hospitalization. The
51-year-old Dane's friends said his
bout with cancer gave Hansen an
almost superhuman will to com
plete his' work in whatever time
he has left on earth.
That will and that work led
Hansen to Washington today for a
conference with President Eisen
Much attention is given these
days to the action of the Western
world's big powers. England's
Macmlllan, United States' Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, France's de Gaulle hold
Hansen represents the interna international
tional international little man of Western pow-
The Sunday Evening Service at
the First Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights will feature the annual
Easter sacred concert at 7;3u.
The concert will be presented by
two of the church choirs, the Cha Chapel
pel Chapel Choir of those nine to 15 years
of age, and the adult church choir.
The program is divided into three
Part one features the Chapel
choir led by Robert Dahlstrom Ft.
Amador, singing "Christ's Holy
Morn." He is Not Here But It
Risen", and "He Lives", with
wanda Kjnnet as soloist and Mar Margie
gie Margie Morris the accompanist.
Part two presents Dubois ora oratorio
torio oratorio "The Seven Last Words"
and will be directed by Mrs. Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Hearne with Mrs. Louise
Swafford at the organ. The words,
as given in Scripture and expres expressed
sed expressed hv rhrlst whiln hunolnrf nn H.o
cross, are sung In an arrangement
mat naa man inie nramrtn rium
ite. Mildred Hearne and Nellrce,
sopranos, Gerald Carpenter and
and Mike Wilson, tenors, and
Webb Hearne snd Frank O'Ban O'Ban-ion.
ion. O'Ban-ion. barltnnps will ino ou.ri
A triumphant note is expressed
in part three with the singing of
Mozart's "Glorious is Thy Name"
showing that Christ is no longer
On the Cross nor in (ha tnmk k..t
is risen and reigns at the right
nana oi me r atner.
Those unahlp tn nnA mnu
. - Ill U J
hear the rnncprt hrnHn..t II.
over radio atation HOXQ at 7:45
. BITHBL MISSION
Tllf Bfthpl Mliainn Phnrnh n.1
vnui vu vi
PSCkllO will nmaant. It's nt.,l
lecttd officer and other workers
Sunday in a consecration session
w me evening service, which
will begin at 7:15.
After the ilnging of the song,
' Brethren in Christ nri wn h..
loved", the Rev. Waldaba H. Ste-
wart wui give the charge and
prayer of consecration to be fol followed
lowed followed bv thai ilneine of a oivnu.
xne evening service will have
central theme developed around
the resurrection of Christ. Ap-
gational songs will feature the
Other actlvltlse nf th rlav anrl
weak are Easter sun-rise pray prayer
er prayer service at S a.m., Sunday
School at 9:45 a.m.. Easter daVrj-
tlonal service at 11 a.m.
Monday, 7:30 Young Peoples
7 n m. convrta elaaa-" Wurinos.
day, Mid-week Christian Fellow-
snip; t naay, women's Missiona
ry aocieij, H
ers. His concern Is -that of the
smaller NATO ally, geographical geographically
ly geographically pinned between the bigger pow powers
ers powers of East and West, unable to
compete militarily and threatened
by the mass roductlon of Its
For this reason Hansen's talks
with the President will be, consid.
ered vital by smaller NATO mem member
ber member nations.
Eisenhower may also feel a spe special
cial special interest in an allied leader
whose sense of devotion to duty
parallels, that of Dulles. I
Hansen, who became Denmark's
minister of foreign affairs in 1953,
and Dulles are close friends.
The premier remained hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized three weeks ollowing his
cancer surgery last October. He
spent six weeks recuperating.
Then, hopeful of a full cure, Han Hansen
sen Hansen went back to work.
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FAR FAN MIXED LEAGUE
Drive Led By Robin Roberts,
Sherman Lollar Last 3 Years
TAMPA, Fla. March 26 (UPI) J. Norman
Lewis, ousted as attorney for the major league base baseball
ball baseball players as the result of a drive apparently Jiead Jiead-ed
ed Jiead-ed by Phils pitcher Robin Roberts, insisted today,
"this is not my exit from baseball."
T fir,t stained hy the I are two minor court cases pend pend-SSL
SSL pend-SSL m.ohld Z ing action which he expects to be
M;s;' ao'" I
(nil of that arrangement yester
day when a majority of the 16
player representatives voted not
to renew his current one-year
contract when it ends on March
The attorney got the word di-
. rectly from Roberts, who United
Press International learned has
been spearheading an anti-Lewis
movement for three years, as assisted
sisted assisted by catcher Sherman Lollar
f the Chicago White Sox.
"The answer is 'no,' Norman,"
Roberta told Lewis when the rep representatives
resentatives representatives ended a 30-minute
meeting on the subject. "They
voted not to retaui you."
Lewis, who indicated without
specifically saying so that he feels
Roberts has acted in the Interests
of the big league club owners,
openly indicated coolness toward
the Phillies' star when he ob observed
served observed :
"I feel a sense of deep satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction at the gains I helped to
achieve for major league players,
and I believe they are appreciat appreciat-e1
e1 appreciat-e1 by all the players except, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, Robin Roberts."
But the attorney added, "I don't
feel I wish to get into any con controversy,
troversy, controversy, and this definitely is not
it" exi' from baseball."
At oresent Lewis still represents
t'-o International TaPUP Players
Aocation, and in addition there March 7.
wound up by the end of the sum-
Hismiwal highlighted a
lenethy meeting of the player
representatives. In other action,
Elected Harvey Kuenn of De Detroit
troit Detroit as American League play er
representative, succeeding mu
Yost of Detroit, who has re resigned.
signed. resigned. uoorl annkesman for I pay-
TV corporation warn them that
onntraet for World Series
TV should be signed by the big
leagues until the potentials of
pay-TV are explored; he said mat
nav.TV xuniiW boost revenue from
$3,250,000 to about 14 million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. '; i' i
-Considered the 'possibility of
hiring a public relations man,
aitd listened to players' agent
Frank Scott In this regard.
CFN To Televise
Saturday At 2 p.m.
.The Caribbean Forces Net Network
work Network wiM televise a basketball
game between the St. Louis
Hiwkt and the Minneapolis Lak Lakers
ers Lakers at 2 p.m. Saturday.
This contest was played
28V4 51 Vi
Pacific Softball League
By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Second Half Standings
W L Pet. OB
2 1 .667
2 1 .667 -1
1 .500 Vi
Cerveceria P. L.
Mauricio Ambai. 1 2
Marlnrn Jantzens 1 2
vs. Cerveceria Pan Liquido
Abernathy Unisport took advan advantage
tage advantage of Morrell'i slack pitching
and defeated Glud's Mariners 10
to 3. Hilzinger held the Manners
scoreless for five innings. The
Mariners got their two runs in
the six innings, Harvin got things
on the way for the Mariners with
the first hit off Hilzinger.
Ahemathv on the other hand
scored in all the innings except
the fourth. Morrell walked eight
batters and struck out five. Hil
zinger, who had stuff on tne nail,
walked only five batters and
struck out four.
Ausmus had the only homerun
of the came. Hilzinger was the
winning pitcher while Morrell
was charged with the loss. Both
pitchers went the entire route.
The box score:
De La Mater, 2b
ABRH P,0 A
2 12 0 0
TASTEE-FREEZ Pictured above is the Tftstee-Preesv team of the- Pacific Minor paseball
Leaeue Tod row- (1. to r.) Dr. Ostenso, Miller, sponsor; Osborn. Third row: B. Pinkston, A.
Wallace. Second row: Hellmund,-"T. Wallace! M. Pinkston, B. Ostenso, Jordan. Lower;.. Kee Kee-ney,
ney, Kee-ney, Osborn, Hicks, O. Osborn, J. Jordan, Small.'
Buick Team Captures
Atlantic Teener Loop
24 10 6 21 9
Mike Greene's Buicks won their
fourth Atlantic Teener League
championship in eight years, and
second straight, as they downed
the Jets in two games. The Jets,
who won the second half title
without a challenge, just seemed
to run completely out of steam,
drbpping the first game 19-6, and
the second 8-1 this week at Mt.
The first game was played un under
der under the lights, with league lead leading
ing leading pitchers, Drohan and Kenway
opposing each other. For Kenway
it was an easy' night as Buick
romped home with 19 runs on, 7
hits, 13 free passes and 11 Jet er errors.
rors. errors. Kenway, in addition to his
pitching chore, had an inside the
park homerun plus three RBI's.
The Jets picked up tneir o runs,
on 4 hits, 4 walks and 3 Buick
errors. Thirteen Jets went down
The box score:
the play-offs, again proved him
self to be tne outstanding uuieici-
er in the league. The Jets show
ed a marked improvement in
their fielding, however their fail
ure to get any rfolid knocks kept
them out of the scoring column.
Wilder, D, 2b
AB R H R
25 2 3 18 5
Score by Innings
Cluds M. 000 002 0- 3 2 0
Unisport A. 214 021 x 10 10 2
Zelnick Trounces Jordan
In Summit Hills Tourney
John Zelnick continued playing
some very good golf this past week
as he handed Ted Jordan a very
sound beating in the second round
of play in the Summit Hills Goit
and Country Club Handicap Tour Tournament.
nament. Tournament. Zelnick turned jn a net
80 and with his 19 handicap the
youthful golfer took home the
medalist prize. He is now consid considered
ered considered to be the one to beat the
Ladies medalist Ruth Ridgncy
led the way into the third round
of play with her close victory ov over
er over Ruth Cherry.
Second round results Men s
Flight Medalist John Zelnick
whipped .Ted Jordan 5 and 4; Jim
mv Johnson slaughtered Bio Nel
son's and 5; Fred Mead and L. D.
Hummel were all even at the end
of 18 holes and were forced to
play another nine ho!esx before
Mead was able to close out the
' popular school teacher on the 24th
hole; Vinnie Lombroia moved
past Don McDonald with a 4 and
3 victory; Bud Thomas edged Joe
Salterio 2 and 1: George Riley
handed Leo Eberenz a 4 and 2 de
game going for him that was too
much for Dick Egolf with Cherry
closing out the match on the 14th
green; Bill Jamison eliminated Jim
Hood with an impressive 5 and 4
Ladies' Flight Medalist Ruth
Ridgney had trouble in getting past
Ruth Cherry sinning 2 and 1; Ju Julia
lia Julia Hardin won 5 and 3 over Mag Mag-gi
gi Mag-gi Bailey; Loise Jones gave away
a lot of handicap strokes, but still
managed to defeat Lois Thomas 5
and 4; Polly Zon played one of
her better rounds of golf in beat beating
ing beating Faye Day 4 and 3: Mebs Aus Aus-nehmer
nehmer Aus-nehmer defeated Wilma Rilev
6 and 4; Helen Thompson moved
to the third round of play witn a
3 and, 2 triumph over Maxine
Hood; rat McDonald defeated E-
leanor Boris 3 and 2; and Ve'ta
Sharp lowered the boom on Edna
Lang, ending .their matcb.on the
13th tfitnfi' -. .,
Pairings for the third round of
play are: Zelnick vs Johnson;
Mead vs Lombroia; Thomas vs Ri Riley
ley Riley and Cherry vs Jamison.
Pairings for the ladies are: Ridg Ridgney
ney Ridgney vs Hardin; Jones vs Zon; Aus-
nehmer vs Thompson; and Mc-
Sanders, K. rf
Sanders, P. 2b
Wilder, E. 3b
Wilder, D. 2b
AB R H R
2 2 0 2
0 0 0
3 0 2
0 0 0
2 2 2
Wilder, E. 2b
25 1 3 1
AB R H R
Pin Pali ?
Pin Pals' 3 HI Ho's 1
With only one week more to go
in the current session of the ar
Fan League, the Pin Pals held
to their slim lead of one points
The Pin Pals were on their way
to a clean sweep when the Hi
Hos kicked over the traces and
came up with a very. good game
which the Pin Pals could not
Only. three Pin Pals were pres
ent and all gave a good account
of themselves. Rick Kejly top toppled
pled toppled 519 scratch pins, Bobbee Kel Kelly
ly Kelly assisted her hubby with a 509
handicap set, and Bob Brakke
did even better with 560 handi
cap. The Hi Hos were no slouch-1
es themselves in recording favor favorable
able favorable series, Muriel Wilson had a
515, Willie Wilson a 510 and Jim
Stanton 587 all handicap.
Stingers 3 Wing Ding 1
The Stingers 'kept their title
hopes alive, when they took
three from the, iWing. Dings.' They
had a 'chance to tie the in Pals
for the: lead, but dropped the last
game, n lew mure pins ior ine
Wing Dings in that last game and
the .Stingers would have settled
for an even split, because the dif difference
ference difference was only six .-sticks in the
TOP. t -;
The two ladies In the Stingers
lineup were the stars, because
uea tsauard scored 531 and Bet-
tv McGuire 513 hnth hanHipnn
Their husbands were left out in
the cold. In fact it was an all
women's show because the Wing
Ding's damsels also carried the
heavy load, Vera Davenport stor
ing 547 Handicap, and Marg Wil Wil-burn
burn Wil-burn 501 handicap.
J i N
SECOND-PLACE TRPOHT MSgt Clair Norman, pianagejr j
of the Fort Clayton Cavaliers baseball team, this year's, run-ners-up
for the Pacific Area Armed Forces rleagw pennant "''"T
presents the second place trophy, to Col. John D. Coney, post
Commander at Fort Clayton. The Cavaliers' season record was '"
16 wins against eight loses. The Fort Kobbe Regulars, took the1 :
nennant with a 19-win and five-loss record. (U.S. Army Photo) """'
Drag Races At Pacora Draw
Large Group Of Enthusiasts
28 19 7 17
The Drag races-held at Paco- Ta;
ra Air Strio last Sunday drew a sees.
large group of drivers as well as
spectators during the more than
five hours of competition. Over
35 cars entered into the competi competition,
tion, competition, however it was not possible
to record the names of all of the
3 10 0
0 1 1
0 1 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0 0
28 6 4 4
feat; Ed Cherry had a red hot I Donald vs Sharp.
Drohan took his second loss of
the series in an afternoon game,
as Buick left hander Chucky Bath
baffled the Jets with his slow
stuff, Chuck gave up just three
hits and one unearned run over
the first two innings, and then
blanked them the rest of the way.
Ray Scheidigg relieved Drohan
in the top of the fourth, and allow allowed
ed allowed three runs on one hit, 3 walks
and an error. Tom and Ray .split
even on strikeouts each getting
five'. Buicks. Only. 3 Jets went
down swinging, However, the
Buicks' flawless fielding, after one
error in the first, kept the Jets
Carpenter made an excellent
catch of a high blast to right, and
Jeff Leon, who made a special
trip back from El Valle to be in
Taylor '59 Volkswagen, 24.0
r r w
. mi m
PACIFJC LITTLE LEAGUE
Gibraltar life life-Elks
Elks life-Elks 1414" ;. u
T E O D O R A
EL MARTIR DEL
- Also: -EL
QUI SO SER POBRE
with Armando Calvo
SIGN OF THE
with Jeff Chandler
and Jack Palance
A considerable number of spec spectators
tators spectators gathered at various times
during the day to watch the e e-vent.
vent. e-vent. The results as to fastest
qualifying times is listed below,
and a few of the times oi me
competitive runs of cars when
grouped to run together. ". I
All of the times ot "group-
runs were not. recorded. One mo mo-torcvcle.
torcvcle. mo-torcvcle. Triumph driven by
Gibbs of Balboa, was the fastest
time recorded for the event, with
an elapsed time for the 1-4 mile
run of 15.2 seconds. N
Bill Henderson, '57 Chevy Cor Corvette,
vette, Corvette, liT.6 sees.
Ken Garner, '57 Ford Sedan,
(Driver unknown); '57 Pontiac
No. 1, 18.0
Christensen, '57 Pontiac No. 2,
Williams, '55 Buick (Modified),
18.1 8 sees.
Dt La Torre, '58 Austin 100-6,
Preston, '55 Chevrolet Sedan,
Baget, Triumph. TR-2, 18.4 secj.-
Jack Jewell, '56 Pontiac, 18J5
I,lrs. Jewell, '56 Pontiac, 18.6
unknown), '59 Chevrolet
Impala, 19.1 sees.
Cannizzero, 58 Triumph riw,
Summers, '53 Studebaker, 19.5
Frisbey, '57 Ford,' 19.5 sees.
L. E. Davis, '58 Chevy Impala,
19 9 sees'
Pellegree, '55 Oldsmobile, 19.9
Bryan, '54 Buick Special, 20.0
Democea, '48 Mercury Special,
Gramlich '52 Oldsmobile, 20.0
Driver Unknown) '53 Cadillac
(gray), 21.1 sees. '" :
Steeley '52 Cadillac, zi. 5 sees.
Snodgrass '50 Ford 22.0, sees..
Cox '51 Chevrolet. 22.4 sees.
(Driver Unknown '57 Chevrolet
(yellow), 22.5 sees. ;t v
(Driver Unknown), '46 Ford,
23.0 sees. c V i v
Brown '59 Volkswagen, 23,-4 sees.
O'Leary '56 Buick Century, 24.0
Laatz '58 Austin SW, 24.1 sees.
(Driver Unknown), Kaiser, 24.8
Duffy, '59 Volkswagen, 24.8 sees.
Driver Unknown), '58 MGA
(red), 24.9 sees.
CARS RUNNING IN GROUPS
(These times may differ slight slightly
ly slightly from qualifying times).
Baget, Triumph TR-2, 19.0 sees.
De la Torre, Healey 100-6, 19.3
Summers, '53 Studebaker, 20.8
Steeley, '52-Cadillac, 23.9 sees.
Garner, '57 Ford, 17.9 sees.
(Driver unknown), '57 Pontiac,
Williams, '55 Buick (Modified),
Jack Jewell, '56 Pontiac, 18.5
Herb Bryan, '54 Buick Special,
Preston, '55 Chevrolet, 18.4
Mrs. Jewell, '56 Pontiac, 18.6
Pellegreen, '55 Oldsmobile, 20.0
Summers, 53 Studebaker, 21.0
Baget, TR-2, 18.6 sees.
Cannizzero, TR-3, 19.9 sees.
O'Leary, '56 Buick Century, 23
Williams, '55 Buick (Modified),
L. E. Davis, '58 Chevy Impala,
Gramlich, '52 Oldsmobile, 20.5
Baget. Triumph TR-2, 19.0 sees
Cannizzero, Triumph TR-3 19.1
De La 'Torre, Austin Healey,
Williams, '55 Buick (Modified)
io.j sets. ,.'
Preston, '55 Cheverolet," 1,8.4 secs.J
renegreen, 'od; uiosmoDiief
sees. ' v
Frisbev. '57 Ford, l9.fr sets,
Summers, '53 Studebakef 20.
i Gramlich, '52 Oldsmobi'
Preston, '55 Chevrolet' 18.9 sees
Jewell, '56 Pontiac, 19.0 sees.
Frisbee,v'58 Ford. 19.0 sees.
' ( Driver .Unknowr.j, !57 vPontiac
18.95, sees. ...... .o.Kji.-t ws
Preston. '55 Chevrolet. 18.9 sees
Brown, '59 Volkswagen '3$.
Taylor, '59 Volkswagen 24.2
Laatz, 58 Austin SW,1 24.25 sets
Cherry Pickers 2
. Jon-I-Colt 2
Cherry Pickers lost valuable
ground when the Jon-I-Cols held
them to a draw of two nointi
eacn. tnerry Ficker George Bea
ver got himself a 223 single and
539 scratch, and he was the only
Cherry Picke.rin ihe,elite,4class.
Marg Cdllins, wth a 505 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, and Lucky Jones with 503
placed in the "money." The Cher Cherry
ry Cherry Pickers were on their way to
a complete loss when they came
up with a big game in the finale
and salvaged two points.
Peppers 2 Jesters 2
One big game, in which John Johnny
ny Johnny Ely displayed a 211 game,
gave the last place Jesters e e-nough
nough e-nough margin to gain a split of
the four points. Johnny went on
to tally a 516 scratch. Ray Lund
was next in line for the Jesters,
and Scotty Mahon carried the bur burden
den burden of the Peppers scoring.
I: Gibraltar Life 3t
- V Elks 1414 1
Gibraltar Lifers selected their
ace pitcher, Dickie ebdon to
face the big right hander of the
Elks, Lew Fontaine, and Dick
Ebdon came through with the
win. The Elks, who in their re recent
cent recent games exploded for big in innings,
nings, innings, never had a chance to e e-rupt
rupt e-rupt against the portsider, who
pitched a masterful game.
In the first inning, Dickie was
tapped for a single by Billy E-
golf, and in the fourth, two walks
and a hit by Bus roore, loaaea
the bags with only one out. How
ever, Ebdon solved the situation
by retiring tnejiext two batters.
Lew Fontaine pitched a credit credit-ship
ship credit-ship came, although he was re
lieved by Leo Austin. The Gibral
tar Lifers couectea.omyjEour nits
but two "of tReste were of the ox
tra bas'e variety by Ebdon and
Losing the ball game was a se severe
vere severe blow to the Elks because it
puts them one game in arrears
with only two more games to go.
However, the Elks cannot be
counted out but they will have to
get an assist from the other
clubs, because they do not meet
the Gibraltars anymore this sea season
son season unless it will be in the playoffs.
The box score:
Wymour Agency 24
. r ei ice i . .
Sevmour assured themselves -gtrsH
least a tie for the second half and a,,,., k
one more win ior oeymours, gr"-!
one loss for either Gibraltar or
Mutual and Seymour will be the
champs for 1959.
The Seymours let loose a sav-
ag:atttck and created a riot of
mil? ana runs, wutcn uie ruuee
Juniors could hot break up. When
the debris of the game, was clean
ed uo. it was found that Seymour
scureu c runs, uiai urucc iuzn m q
had four hits and four runs to his
credit, and among these four hiti'1; tJ
were two doubles. f
His two teammates. Fred Whit." ",f
nev and first baseman Aneuizola s 1
had three hits, and Anguizola
had t'o doiibles. While the Sey-
mours were scoring by the ddt- "'""
ens, Fred Whitney was stingy : : 3
with his offerings, bcaiis : only "':
two roucemen, ueming and WaU,
were able to arrest him for" hits.
He also! was perfect with his con- u i
trol, allowing no Policeman to 'r
reach first. "
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Thi box aemw: 1
V. JiKt 'AVI 4 31
Agrees To Stop
VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)
General Manager Buzzie Bavasi
of the Los Angeles Dodgers said.
today that outspoken infieider Don
Zimmer "has agreed to stop pop popping
ping popping off" and just try to win a
job with the club.
Zimmer has been widelv Quoted
all spring to the effect that he
is in the Dodger doghouse and
that the Milwaukee Braves Icould
probably get me for a dozen base:
"Zimmer has assured me that
he will stop popping off," Bavasi
commented after a 20-minute talk talk-with
with talk-with the. infieider. t'We are agreed
that (manager Walt) Alston will
choose his nine best players when
it comes time to make out his
Zimmer, a 28-year-old native of
Cincinnati whose career has. ben
plagued by tragedy, has made
oniy two hits in 18 tries, this
spring and has been hobbled with
a pulled leg muscle the last three
days: He hit .262 in J27 game
for the Dodgers last season.
zimmer has been playing sec
ond fiddle to rookie Bob Lillis all
'fCPN has arranged a full pro
gram of sports fvents.to be tele
vised, during rhe'ebming wek.
The scjiedule inqiudesj;
Thursday, March 26 Golf Sliow
7 p.m.: Fight of the Week. 10 o.in.
.. Friday, March 27 Wrestling,
: Saturday, March 28 Roller Der Derby,.
by,. Derby,. 2:30 p.m.; Golf Show Encore,
11:15 p.m. ; ; .."
r Wednesday; April 1 Wednesday
Night Fights, 10 p.m.
Thursday, April 2 Golf Show,,
T p.m.; Fight of the Week, 10 p.m.
Gibraltar Life AB R H
Harned, rf 4 0 0
Ebdon, p 2 11
Thompson, lb 2 11
Hermanny 2 0 1
Hunt, ss 2 0 0
Rathgeber, 2b 10 0
Lawyer, 3b 2 10
Boughner, If 2 0 1
Halliday, c 2 0 0
Brown, 2b 2 0 0
Berger, ss 2 0 0
Egolf, If 3 0 1
Fontaine, p-cf 2 0 0
Poore, lb 2 0 1
Hummel 3b 2 0 0
Gangle, rf 2 0 0
Bridwell, c 2 0 0
Austin, cf-p 2,-0 0
B. Yuzna, rf
5 4 4-
4 3 $"''
4" 9 2"
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Seymour Juniors 7 1
Gibraltar Life 4 3
Mutual of Omaha 4 3
Cyrnos 3 4
Kiwis 2- 4
Police Jr. 16
, WAHOO! 115.00
Gregory Peck. In
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Anne Baxter t;;
"BEDEVILLED" In Color
Richard Conte :
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CA" HIKRO ':00
SILVER STAR"' and
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Balboa 2:00 p.m.
"Thei Biasing Forest"
Coco Solo 2:30 p.m.
' "Conquest Of Space''
Margarita 2:30 p.m.
"When wonas collide"
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THF PANAMA AMERICAN A!C INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEBs
traight Victory ; In Sprint!
ClllptOF :: Q
As You Like Her,' Moridesif
I Vastly improved Sculptor, relatively easy win win-,
, win-, ncr his last time out, is expected tq be sent off the
.mutuels favorite to win his second straight race in
Saturday's featured $75Q : seven Jurjon spnt for,
second series imported horser at the President Ke-
.mon raceiracK, , ;
i rive otheif second flight thorough-
hrAt H11 nnnosa the Stud u
Siete rater. As You Like Her, Ho--'man
and Mondesi, are -rated dan dan-terous
terous dan-terous contenders, while Cnariclela,
end Manandoagu tppeex ttt be
mi classed.' , t '.
Sculptor; whlcB will- again be
ridden by leading jockey Braullo
Baeza, suddenly came te life last
weak after trailing badly to his
s previous two outings. He 1 Ex Expected
pected Expected to aftow further improve-
raent this time to&v r
As You Like Her,r a consistent
performer, could turn the tables
on the inconsistent Sculptor. She
ran well last week against a large
field which included such stal stalwart
wart stalwart as Kadir, Artie- Princess;
,'. PlayboyrBright Spur and Alpha.
' Jose Talavera? replaces Guillermo
' Sanches in -the pilothouse,
t Homan, Teportedly improved at
, Mr his last poor performance, will
) liave hustling Amado Credidio in
saddle. Credidio is sure to try
, fw a front running victory if al-
i lo- 'ed to iteal a big early- lead
Francisco Justlniani will guide
eome-from behlnder Charicleta
while steadily improving Homero
By Conrttdo Sargeant
Nine newcomeM,' seven import imported
ed imported thoroughbreds and two natives,
are scheduled to break into the
local horiei racing picture thia
we .kend. Serres Road, Montesco,
Old Smuggler, Smart XJatch, Sa Sa-lale,
lale, Sa-lale, Santanero and Fidel are the
imported -racers. The natives are
Silvana and Flash.
Serrei Road, which threw ms
rider last Saturday. while on, his
way to the starting Jlne; is a
three-year-old English-bred brown
colt owned by the-Stud Corzo and
trined by James Waint.
Montesco, owned by the broth brothers
ers brothers Ascanlo and Clinio Quintero,
it a bay bolt bred In Chile and
aired by Terek out of Manuela
Old ; Smuggler, a two-year-old
bay son of Ambler-Old Glory, ii
owned and trained by Prudencio
Pinlllo. He was bred in ArgenU ArgenU-na.
na. ArgenU-na. Smirt Catch, a four-year-old
EnaUsh bred filly by His High
ness-Miss Melissa, la owned oy
the Stud Chiriqul and trained by
Salale, a two-year-old. bakk son
ol Sureflo-AUunette, is owneo Dy
the Stud Darien and trained by
Julio Mercado. Ha hails from Ar Argentina.
Santanero. originally named
Fornandol, it another Argentlno Argentlno-krod
krod Argentlno-krod two-yeaMld colt. This
v black son of Celmgorm-FoS U
ownod by the Stud Santa Ana
tul Irainad bv AaUttin SoSnO.
Fidel, a full, brother to Sabion
do, is a two-year-old Argentine-
krH nffsm-inff of Sureno-caget
ette. This bay cplt" is owned by
Bsrnardo Dominguez and tram
A K Hornorrtn DominCUBZ C
Th nntiv. debutants are the
two-year-old bay, filly Silvana and
h. hp.vcir4ld chestnut colt
' Flash. Silvana i by Silver Domi
no out of Sun cneer. inis iuu sis sister
ter sister to Silver Sun is-owned and
tralniit hv Prudencio Flnillo.
Flash, a full brother to Sapa,
hv Bracmour-La India. He is
owned bv the Stud' Butch and
trained hv Carloa Harry.
Of this group, Santanero, Mon Mon-tesco
tesco Mon-tesco and Salale are the moat im impressive
pressive impressive in their early morning
workout. Serres Road has shown
ateady "lmpt6vemeht" In his work work-outs
outs work-outs and could be an upsetter in
his debut. ;
. : k --oOO
One of the most impressive of
the new cVop of native thorough thoroughbred!
bred! thoroughbred! getting ready for their de debut
but debut is the Haras Carinthla'a big
filly hah Gal. This long legged
bay daughter of Barretiri-Dotagal
has been more wan. noldng her
own in workouts with the Argen-
c u Q Dnp
DY KEV7 JREATr:.IT
- v.... kia hm.m mtlllan of oeraa
" whan frrmt hlda, causing Itch, pain, ;
lint, aana, blaokhaU, jrlnaworm,
' ramadlaa only flvo
I huianaa thay don't
mantarv raHaf baoaaa thay don't kill
Mia rms that are tha rial ea
ao many akin troublaa. Nlxadarm
trin. h.M nmi and makaa rour allln
amoethar. elaarar, aoftar and mora
attraotlva. Xak tor NWeeerm M r
eruratora today, ana sat rid ol
rati Mtua ol your akut troublaa.
'.''.;,?.:' :'l-Mny?-'?lwy''j:' fi' fcesswwaaassMeijtasMe w f ? emxmfapwmm w----.v- .' '.i
HidalgecwiU. ride Manandoagua.
In: the secondary attraction, five
more-or-le$s evenly matched uiid
series racera will match strides in
a. 465 mile race. Pan Tostado,
mile specialist, will go off the mu
tuels favorite, He is expected to
get plenty of competition in both
the mutuelt and the actual race
from Cheyenne, Princess Gltana.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the card.
By CON R ADO
1- Rame (E)
2- Mitt Patianct
3- Mits BrunM
en My Chree
El Tunchl ()
() The Gipsy
Sculptor As You Like Her
lOfPrincoaa OHans Pan Tottade
U-Manlart (e) Renata
tine two-year-old chestnut colt
Shah Gal, which has a slightly
deformed forleg, was exchanged
for Shalimar (a big chestnut
daughter of Barretin-De Violas)
by Jose Ibanez after the latter
had bought Shah Gal at the auc
tion of native colts and fillies.
Shalimar is unimpressive in net
Other natlvea who will soon
make their dabut are Call: Girl
(King's Prlze-Callmedear), Tri Tri-ejuitroque
ejuitroque Tri-ejuitroque (King's Prlia-Carma-la
II), Mochl (Keyhevon-Fetlte
MIm), Tramal Night Xeyhevan Xeyhevan-Polar
Polar Xeyhevan-Polar Maid) Mariana Keyha Keyha-vonFanaket).aml
vonFanaket).aml Keyha-vonFanaket).aml Mr. Roberta
( Keyha ven-Sonsltive ).
Bathina returns to the races
this week after a Ions layoff in
new hands. She is now owned
and trained by Horacio Hidalgo
my. .. .uregorlo Muruio is list
ed as Busaba's new owner. Gai
ton Aguilar continues to train the
Alcaraz, which returnt from a
lengthy layoff in fine form, is
now being trained by the veteran
Domingo Demare, .Miss Bru Brunette
nette Brunette will race under the colors
of the Stud Limarx in the future.
Jose Reyes Olguin is her trainer.
The other jockeys at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack will get a
big break this Sunday because
leading rider BrauUo Baeza is
getting married at 4 p.m. at the
Jpaa Diaz Catholic Church.
The youthful rider's bride is
Miss Anita Rivera, daughter of
Chilean trainer Manuel Rivera.
The, jockey plans to honeymoon
for one week, in El Valle.
The Panama Tribune's ace sc sc-lector
lector sc-lector Luis Romer leads the Ui Ui-mestral
mestral Ui-mestral selectors' contest with a
total of 118 winners for the three three-month
month three-month period. The Panama A A-meriean
meriean A-meriean and La Hora ar rieari.
locked in second place with 115
each. The contest ends this com
in tfle monthly contest, The Pa
nama American leads La Estre Estre-11a
11a Estre-11a do Panama bv four nointa
while Mundo Grafico ia thtrri nn.
ly nine points behind. ;
UtirQQO i iai
Baoxa hat Increasedf his lead
In the iockoy rec to 44 winners
over rwnnerup Amade Credidio,
Pokor-feced Braulio has 70
wins In 200 fries for a coo; .350
average.' Credidio ha. win' U
of 144 mounts. Guillermo Mi Milord
lord Milord Is third with It and J ate
Talavera fourth with H..
,; oOo ;
JOse Reyetf t)lguin 1s""the lead-
IhEltalner to date. with is win.
Laiy4- Tomllnion End Eriesti
Fenton are runnersup with ten
each. However, Eulogio Benedilo,
whose charges have won nine of
15 races, ia. top earner aa the re result,
sult, result, bf hit horse a". $li,242.50
gleaned.: ,. ,ms,
RyM t)lgulh'i horses hive
earned only $7,875 nd Prudencio
Pinilld la -third in this category
with $5,842.50 pulled down by his
rw.it r i f 1 1
Race Track Graded Entries
Srii liVip. I Pga.
First Race of
4- Greco "..
R. Prestan 105x Distance to liking ; ,.
D. Barret llOx Rates good chance :".. :"..-C.
C. :"..-C. Qulros 113x Brief early speeq
G. Ramos lOOx Disappointed in last
Justiniini lllx Scored impressive wis
V. Tejada 97x Rates good chance -:
C. Chong 105x Has shown nothing
F. Sanchez 103x Ran well In last
J. P. Dial 87x Could get up here
H. Hidalgo 113x Form" indicate!
Ben Mr Chree
Ind Race th Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
i -, Seeonc) Race
lleron H. Ruiz IK
J-Atomic Spring B. Bieza 114
' 3-Alha jar S. Hernandes 107
C.' Quirol 109X
6- Miss Patience
I La Fa ma
9- Now then
II- ullo Verne
A. Credidio 110
J. Talav. 107
H. Hidalgo 105x
G. Bedoya lllx
J, Phillips 114
G. Ramos 107x
L. Tuflon l05x
3rd Race "Special" In, f Fgs.
1-Pops B. Baeza 108
2- Arancel A. Alfaro 105
3- Miss Brunette O. Bravo 120
4- One For Me A. Credidio 110
4th Race "B" Natives 7
J. PhilUps 108
A. Credidio 108
J. P. Dies 103x
V. Castillo 115
B. Baeza 114
J. Talavera 110
5th Reco Im Series Imp. I Fga.
A. Credidio 113
V. Caatillo 110
7- E1 Tunchl
H. Hidalvo 102X
B. Baeza 115
O. Bravo 115
A. Ycaza 118
F. Alvarez 115
th Race 7th
Sarl.i Imp. S Fgs.
F. Alvarez 106
G. Montero 113
3- Victoria Keg.
J. Talav. 108
J .Phillips 108
H. Ruiz 104
E. Dario l04
B. Aejuirre 112
H. Hidalgo llOx
7th ( Race
Ith Strlei Imp. Fes.
". Second Race
1- Distlngo F. Alvarez 112
2- Recife J. Talavera 113
3- La Desiree H. Hidalgo lOOx
4- Resolana H. Macias lOOx
5- Festival J. Jimenez 108
6- Mauricio B. Aguirre 113
7- Paquiro A. Ycaza 113
8- Lady Edna B. Baeza 108
9- U Matelot A. Credidio JOS
8th Raco "S"Natives 7
1- San Vicente H. Hidalgo 107x
2- Tingat J. Jimenez 115
3- Folletlto J. Talavera 112
4- Si'ver Girl J. P. Diaz 102x
5- E1 Pequefio R.- Prestan lOOx
6- Daniel G. Graell 118
7- No'ici6n Q. Milord 115
tth Race 2nd Series Imp.
H. Hidalgo lOlx
F. Justinianl 8flx
A. Credidio 113
B. Baeza 113
J. Talav. 115
A. Perez 110
5- As You Like Her
10th Race 3rd Series Imp. t Fg.
2- Princesa G.
3- Pan Tostado
O. Bravo 113
A. Credidio 110
B. Baeza 115
J. Rodriguez 115
V. Castillo 110
11th Race 6th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
1- Aldaf V. Castillo 110
2- Renata F. Alvarez 108
3- Sober View J. Talavera 110
4- Don Cirilo S. Hernandez 108
5- Dofia Flora R. Prestan lOlx
6- Artigas A. Credidio 106
7- Maglia 'j. Milord 108
S-Maniart B. Baeza 112
SATINA CARRIES YOU
THRU THE IRONING
n m-m, i 1 1 iii -a ii
PmI Closet 100
of the Dettble
Nothing to indicate
Even worse placed
Ran well in last
-Could siuy.ise :
Hard to beat here
Rates fair chance
Nothing to recommend
Could score in upset
Bad Jegs hamper
Purse $450.00 Pool Cloioi
- Would pay off
Much the best
Got left in debut :
Fgs. Pwrae $450.00
Pool doses 1:30
-Could hang on
Enjoying rare form
Would pay off
Returns in good shape
Could get up here
Parse $500.00 Foe Closes J:00
Distance handicaps 8-1
'Good early speed 15-1
Not in this distance 10-11
Gets real test here EVEN
Prefers short aprints 7-5
Distance to liking 7-5
Reportedly classy 7-5
Fool Closet 3:40
of rho.r -,ubla
Appartly gone sour
Dangerous this time
Ran well in last
Better this week
Nothing in sges
Hard to beat here
of the Oouble
Pool Closes 4:10
Last was revealing
Could score agaL
Brief early speed
Has shown nothing
Rat:s chance here
Way down In class
Rates amon.- best
Could make it now
Fg. Purse $375.00
Pool Closes 4:40
Can score again 2-1
Distance to liking 4-1
Improved in last 3-1
Could -surprise 5-1
Not good enough 30-1
Could get up here 5-2
Fractious; can win 4-1
$750.00 Pool Closes 5:15
Doesn't seem likely
Would pay off
In fight to finish
Last doesn't count
Pune $450.00 Pool Closes 5:40
Will fight it out
Can go all the way
Returns in good shape
Layoff r.iay help 3-1
Gets test here 3-2
Improving slowly 15-1
Poor recent racea 10-1
Usually :lose up 5-1
Showing improvement 10-1
Good recent races EVEN
Form indicates EVEN
-rrnnrniin r i mill n;n
i- ajBkWBV rax.
I. 501 iw
10-1 tv 9-'
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BLUE STAR MILK The Blue Star Milk club of the Pacific Minor Baseball League is shown
above. First row: (1. to r.) D. McCauley, Paul Stetler, D. Cazabon, R. Eversgn, W. Cassibry.
Second row: R. Bouker, R. Seggaro, M. McCf-uley, R. Segarro, J. Morado. Third row: K. Brad Bradley,
ley, Bradley, J. Fitzgerald, M- Herring (capt.), R. Lloyd, T. Herring. Fourth row Gordon Thompson,
Hugh Cassibry, j. McCauley, Coaches.
TAMPA, March 23.-At first you
don't recognize it. The While box
look like any other ball club en engaged
gaged engaged in spring camp exercises.
The manager, Al lopez, talks
like all other managers at this
time of year when championships
are so easily won.
Then, by degrees, you begin to
sense that there is something very
different here, a mood and man
ner that spell tension, uncertain
ty, frustration. The older players
pretend to a nonchalance that
fits them awkwardly; the mana mana-eer'a
eer'a mana-eer'a exbansive serenity betrays
his restiveaess. Not all the pro
blems are confiiided to pitching
refinements and hitting techni techniques,
ques, techniques, Ordinarily, front-office rancor
and turmoil evoke no echoes on
the diamond or in the dugout
Players and managers are not
particularly intersted in who pays
their salaries, as long as the sa salaries
laries salaries are paid. Circumstances
make this case somthing of an
exception, at least, as applied to
To begin with there is no clear clear-cut
cut clear-cut authority at the top level.
Recently, Bill Veeck alquired 54
percent of the stock but whether
this makes him the boss remains
to be seen. For the corporate
law in Illinois does not always go
along with marginal majorities.
Yet, if Veeck can't speak for
the club, neither can Chuck Co Co-miskey,
miskey, Co-miskey, of the founding family,
who represents the minority 46
percent. Pending enlightenment
from the bench, neither Vee.k,
Comiskey nor the White Sox can
know where they stand.
"Where this sort of thing r il illy
ly illy hurts said one of the unutr unutr-secretariat,"
secretariat," unutr-secretariat," is that we can't make
a movie in the player market.
We can't sell, we can't buy. And
even if Lopez wanted to make a
deal, he'd have to hestiate. What
pleased comiskey might not please
Veeck. Mow 1 know how the head headless
less headless horseman must have felt."
A complicating 'factor is Hank
Greenberg, one of Veeck's more
powerful associates, and this is
where the situation brushes the
playing field. Lopez quit Green Greenberg
berg Greenberg when the latter was gene general
ral general manager of the Indians, ex
plaining to intimates, "I simply
got fed up on his second gues guessing."
sing." guessing." Greenberg had moved into com command
mand command after Veeck sold his hold holdings
ings holdings in Cleveland. A White Sox
veteran, who was Cleveland pro property
perty property under both Veeck and
Greenberg, gave' ua this cryptic
sizeup of the two men: "One's the
salt of the earth, the other. one
you can have.": . Prudently, he
. Who's on First?
Veeck has yet to show down
here, Comiskey returned to Chi Chicago
cago Chicago after a short, tour. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile Lopez has been left with a
satnd-pat club whose secondr
place finish last season was de deceptively
ceptively deceptively respectable, being due
to a protracted Yankee sluu.p
rather than fa intrinlsic ability.
The club remains' weak at
first and second, the pitching is
fading (Billy Pierce, spearhea
ded dropped, .from 20-12 to 17.
mil fi t, u m v s rl"
11), the hitting still lacks mus
cie. Last season the White Sox
were eighth in home runs, sixth
in runs scored.
Apparently. Rov Sievers. whn
hit 39 home runs and drove in
108 for Washington last season,
can be had in trade, provided
Jim Landis, whose corresponding
figures were 15-64, is included.
But as the man said, how would
Lopez go about making it? If Co Comiskey
miskey Comiskey said yes, might'nt Veeck
One Comiskey directive is still
being carried out. Don Jackson
continues 1 prominent as- a first first-base
base first-base candidate. Comiskey gave
him. $40,000 to sign and insists
he's a power hitter. Last season
Jackson had seven HRs. 21 RBIs.
Nevertheless Lopez is stuck
with him. Life in a vacuum can
be very trying.
Side With Sister
Adult members of the Chicaco
press corps take Veeck in stride,,
viewing him neither as genius
nor charlatan. Unanimously,
though, they prefer him to Co Comiskey.
miskey. Comiskey. As one put it "The
White Sox have, deteriorated so
badly, a moronic Chinaman
would now have to be a remarka remarkable
ble remarkable improvement."
The club was sixth in atten-
dance last season, skidding from
1,135,668 to 787,936, ,a decline
of 31 percent, sharpest in the
league. One factor was the bogus
quality of its competive position
in the race.
There was another. .
"Comiskey estranged great
many fans when he made public
issue of a family matter," opin opined
ed opined a veteran Chicago baseball
write. "These fans gave their
sympathies to his sister. .and
their business to the Cubs."
(Ed. Note: It was Comiskey's
siser who sold out to Veeck.)
MAY INCREASE TARIFF
LIMA, Peru (UPI) A bill
uauthorizing the executive to in increase
crease increase tariff duties on non-esscn
tial imports up to 25 per cent ad ad-valorera
valorera ad-valorera was on President Manuel
Prado's desk Wednesday for his
signature. The bill was' passed by
a vote of 73 to 34.
m in m m '..'"' WW inBDll
I J WPatented,
Happened to ...
Allie Stolz was a standout light lightweight
weight lightweight fighter for nearly 10 years
and twice for the 135 pound
title. Starting with an impressive
knockout string in 1937, -Allie
worked up to a world title tight
with Sammy Angott. which he
lost in 1942 on a 15-round deci
sion. He tried again aeainst Bob
Montgomery for the New York
version m 1948 but lost in 13
rounds. Stolz lost only three times
in his first four years of fighting
and along the way defeated Booby
Ruffin, Willie Joyce, Pete Scalzo
(reversing an earlier knockout)
ana vnaixy wngnt.
Whatever happened to Allie
Stolz? Now 39, he is ia the home
improvement business in New
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' Climaxing the first week of play
in the Pacific Softball Lea sue
ond half, Glud's Mariners held
full command of first place while
three teams stood deadlocked for
In Friday's came. John Hohniv
finally pitched his way to a hard
earned triumph as Glud's Marin- r
ers, the league's underdogs, whip
second half contenders, Pan Liquf
do Beermen, 17-to-10.
i Jose Huertas took the Beermen '"ir!'
burden lost as the Navy Mariners
nine hits and Huertas 11 bases-on- t
bails made a joint display in the ,'. L L-Manners
Manners L-Manners win. Pan Liquido broke
away in the fourth inning after a''
three-run tie but four Mariners
markers on four walks and Ke! Ke!-ly's
ly's Ke!-ly's homerun to left center started
the effort long needed by the un underdogs.
derdogs. underdogs. Huertas blew in the sixth when
Glud's boys waved five walks and
iuur mis ior eigni winning rum
as the Beermen lacked bullpen
help and Hobbie in his first win in
15 tries held the Pan Liquido squad
in check after the fifth.
The box score:
The Pacific Softball League is
urgently in-need of an official'
scorekeeper and sportswriter. In Interested
terested Interested applicanta may contact
league prexy Bill de la Mater by
calling Balboa (2)-25W or (2)-3523.
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Beside -Cellar. Vlrta Tneatre ana Branca ai jninunu super Market en via Banana t.uuiN urriUE: um ante aaiaor ueerrere ie Teu w. .-
Foe OS e in
Foster cottages, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
ratal. Phone Balboa 1 86.
PHILLIPS Oeesnslde Cottage
Santa Clara R. t5e P. Phone Pa Pa-mi
mi Pa-mi I-1177 Criatobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
House for rent consisting of 3
bedrooms, sitting and dining
rooms, large kitchen, 2 porches,
16 Street Rio Abajo. Price rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Call telephone 2-1650
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, three
bedroom chalet, screened, maid's
room with bath, hot water ins installation,
tallation, installation, garage, garden. Near
'Geneva' $115.00. Information:
C. Diax. Tel. 2-0481.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
ear Hotel Panama. Two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maid's room, garage.
Via Espana, white house betide
Radio Miramar. $125.00. Can be
Men from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. Phono 2-1155.
FOR RENT: Three bedrooms
house, large yard, eomodities.
51st. St. No. 24, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office-on ground floor
Edrficio Urraca, corner Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
h FOR RENT: Large and modern
' local in Ricardo Arias Street
(Esparta Building). For informa informa-.
. informa-. tlon. Tel. 3-4994.
GARBAGE GARB Striped
pants, formal coat, white gloves
end bowler comprise attire of
the well-dressed English gar garbage
bage garbage man these days. Gknmick
demonstrated in Woking-, Sur Surrey,
rey, Surrey, is new refuse can which
can be emptied without fusi
.. Ill J ''T '-
Advertta In thir Btction Ada only cost $0.85 par eol. Inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
:MI a.m. to 12:0?
2:00 p.m. to S:00
Saturday: 9:06 a.m. to KM
REPAIR, SALES &
ALL WASHING MA0HINM
. enl Vfa
FOR RENTi-j-Modern, coot (un
furnished) s)M bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining, kitchen, ate.
"Amelia" Building, 50th Street
No. 115: Near 86 St., Paitilla.
FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment, 30
Ecuador Avenue, facing British
Embassy arid see.S:
FOR RENT : Livingroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, -dinette, kitchen, apply
Apt. 2 Cilia Darian No. 14-21
next street from 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartmeot. Excellent residential
section. Clean and independent
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: From april flst.
three bedrooms apartment, liv livingroom,
ingroom, livingroom, diningroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, garage, maid's room, hot
water, etc. Manuel Maria Icaxa
Street and 50th Street. "Formen "Formen-tor"
tor" "Formen-tor" Building. J 175.p0,. Informa Information.
tion. Information. Tel. 3.494." ';' -r
11 11 jf.
FOR RENT: Large rooms and
airy rooms In. modern 'construe,
tion, apply No. 2838, 13th
Street. Rio Abajo.
By H. F. MlgnoH
Wanderers 155 Cragwell 122
Another day of bright and" en entertaining
tertaining entertaining cricket was enjoyed by
those in attendance last Sunday as
two of the strongest competitors
in the Atlantic Cricket League,
Wanderers C.C. and Cragyell C.
C, clashed head-on on the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City sward.
Taking full advantage of their
opponents' decision not to occupy
the wkkett first, the Wanderers
lub batted profitably, scoring at
the rate of better than a run a
minute to compile a total of 155
runs. Top featuro of the innings
was the aggressive batting of E.
Belgrave who knocked up 68 runs
to take the lead in th race for
tiie highest individual score. Also
contributing defensively were: L.
Bowen 15, G. Atherly 14, P. Bow Bow-en
en Bow-en 13, and E. Brown 8. Cragwell's
bowlers were: J. Clauzefl 3 for
SO, G. Manning 4 for 44, J. King
0 for 9, J. Girtens I for 28, and
R. SmaH 0 for 10.
At bat, Cragwell CC. tost Its
first wicket before a run scored,
and number two fell at 26. A
third wicket stand between S.
"Butch" Hewitt and Jimmy King
however, provided the onlookers
with some enterprising cricket
and took the score to 70 runs. At
5 o'clock p.m. the score was 103
for seven with batsman "Chato"
Collins playing stylishly and ap
parently quite comfortable at the
wickets. The score went to 109
for the eight and ninth wickets
and 122 for the final total when
the last out was recorded at ex
actly 5:28 p.m.
Collins remained undefeated
win m runs. J. Kins topscored
with 35, S. Hewitt added 24. M.
Hined 12. and V. Hardy 1L Bowl
ing for the winning Wanderers C
C. were: R. Escalona 5 for 33, S.
Dennis 3 for 35, GT Atherlv 1 for
7, S. Campbell 1 for 29, E. Bel-
grave 0 for ll, and E. Brown 0
Surrey C.C. and Excelsior C.C.
aro scheduled to plav at Mount
Hone this Sunday while Midland
i .e. take on the Cragwell 11 at
Rainbow City. Starting time for
both matches will be at 12:30
Finance Your New 4r
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BELGRADE (UPI) Govern Government
ment Government officials said today Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia had bettered its pre-World
War II shipbuilding industry. Last
year Yugoslav shipyards built 36
large ships, with deliveries going
to such nations as Britain, Czech Czech-lovakia,
lovakia, Czech-lovakia, Egypt, Liberia, Sweden
FOR SALE: Leaving country,
Plymouth 4 door sedan, 1954,
perfect condition, duty paid,
powersteering,' radio, Deutsch.
Telephone 2-3643 or 2-2412,
FOR SALE: 1948 Ford 2 door.
Sedan. Good condition, $150. 2 2-4172
4172 2-4172 (Canal Zone).
FOR SALE:1 Sports car 1954
Triumph TR-2, 21,000 miles,
excellent condition. Phone Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 5222.
FOR SALE: 58' Ford Consul
wradio, in excellent condition,
driven less than 10,000 miles,
$1500. Call Clayton 5106 after
(FOR SALE: One half ton Van
1956 Morris Oxford. Duty paid.
Condition first class. Tel. 1 269-.
Colon. 13.190 Ave. Bolivar,
FOR SALE: 52 Oldsmobilc 4
door sedan, $375.00. Phone-86-2203
FOR SALEi-PlymoUth -sedan
1948, new trres, new tiphofstery,
engine overhaul, radio, inspected
$275.00. Balboa 2-3321,
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 6 cy cy-linder,
linder, cy-linder, 4 door, sedan. Can be seen
at 0813 Plank street, Balboa'.
FOR SALE: Buick 1956 Special
4 door, Riviera 1 5,000 miles, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, many extras.
Call Balboa 1432 after 4:00 or
any time weekends.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford statloa
wagon, 9 passengers, country
sedan; Fordomatic, $900. 793-A
Tavernilla St., Balboa, phone 2 2-3406.
3406. 2-3406. FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Special,
4 door, sedan, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, good well kept clean
car. $325.00. Tl. Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. Schayes Shines
As Syracuse Tops
NEW YORK, March 26 (UPI)
Dolph Schayes ability to perform
under pressure gave Syracuse the
incentive today for making the
-LEastern Division playoff finals a
Schayes netted 16 for 16 from
the foul line last njght to give
the Nationals a 119-107 victory
over Boston and prevent the
Celtics from taking a command commanding
ing commanding lead in their series. The de decision
cision decision deadlocked the best-of-se-ven
series at two-all.
The St. touis Hawks, defending
National Basketball Association
champions, seek an overwhelm
ing 3-1 lead over the Minneapo Minneapolis
lis Minneapolis Lakers when they meet in
St. Paul, Minn., tonight, in their
Western Division final round.
Schayes was a workhorse un under
der under the boards as he collected 18
rebounds and led Syracuse with
28 points. The Nats took a 62-53
half time lead and bottled up a
Boston spurt in the fourth period
by scoring nine straight points.
Larry Costellaj, with 26 points
and Hal Greer, 21, were Schayes'
able assistants in the triumph.
George Bradley, whom coach
Paul Seymour's started for the
first time sipce his acquisition
from Detroit pitched in with
18. Frank Ramsey wag Boston's
high man with 29.
ine series sniits to Boston on
Saturday for the fifth game.
With bttlltn Universal
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorised service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.
Household Exchange has received
KEROSENE STOVES 19.50; metal
bureaus 15.00; youth beds com complete
plete complete 45.00; play pea 8.50; fold,
ing beds 29.00; wrought iron
porch chairs 1 9.00; kitchen cab cabinets
inets cabinets 24.00; desks 27.50; double
beds from 12.50; dinette sets
59.00; mattresses 6.50; pillows
1 .25; Cash or credit. MATTRES MATTRESSES
SES MATTRESSES REMADE LIKE NEW-HOME
PICK UP fr DELIVERY SAME
DAY. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Avenue No. 41. Tels. 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. 3-4911.
FOR SALE: New G.E. refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, cross top freexer. $150.
FOR SALE: One refrigerator
cu. ft., $100.00, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3791.
FOR SALE: Complete dining dining-room
room dining-room set (mahogany) seats, 8
excellent condition. Tel. 2-1362.
FOR SALl Antftue wardrobe,
Frigidaire, chairs, .tables, rugs,
ladies used winter clothing, unL
forms. Venetian blind's, books.
St. Mary's Bazaar
Set For April 29
AI Balboa Hall
The parish, committee lor toe
annual St, Mary' 'Missioii ;bazaar
has been chosen; an.d. is now- mak making
ing making plans, according to Re v.
James Murphy, pa stop of tne Mis Mission.
sion. Mission. The bazaar will open April 29
and run through May 2 at St. Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Hall in Balboa.
There will be several prizes at
the affair, including a Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house combination automatic wash
er and dryer, a wouensaK tape
recorder, and a sterling, silver set,
with service for six.
The annually popular p r c 1
post package booth wiikaga.m bt
a 'bazaar feature." Parlsjiioners art
mailing requests to friends all ov over
er over the world to send unusual items
that will provide excitement at
the affair and a rewarding an answer
swer answer to1 the always intriguing quei
tion, "What's in that package?'
A Saturday afternoon matinee
for children will include several
features of special interest to
A cake sale will be held each
nighf of the bazaar, sponsored by
the Altar-Rosary Societies of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Ancon and Curundu.
Rev. FranCis Lynch, pastor of
Sacred Heart chapel in. Ancon, is
assisting Father Murphy in head heading
ing heading the bazaar committee for the
Tonight Ar 7:30
USO JWB will present another
popular Armchair tour tonight at
7:30 whe ntwo films will be shown.
In keeping with the Easter sea season,
son, season, the- films will be "The -Bells
of St. Peter's" and 'Wings over
The public, as well e service servicemen
men servicemen and their, families, are invit invited
ed invited to attend.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Cra WMlt FImi
Nw Orleans Service
Also Handllnr Relrlrerated and Chilled Carre
New York Service
Weekly sailings of .twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sail Francisco,
and Seattle. ".
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return . S365.M
FOR SALE: 20 gallon water
heater,' cabinet for Hi-Fi, draper draperies.
ies. draperies. Telephone 3-6882.
FOR SALE Building 7019 Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Highway, Mount Hope, Tel.
3-2470. Craftsman 8" table saw
and h Jointer, planer with' one -Vi
hers and 13 horse motor;
mounted en mobile angle iron
table: EXTRA blades including
plywood blade; DADO, set; router
set: 3 cast iron extension leafs
for table saw: roller extension
arm to support long boards: Met Metal
al Metal disk for sanding. Work bench
with both wood and machinist
vices. Westinghouse Laundromat
Automatic, washer,, mechanically
perfect, spare motor, clutch and
pump. Solid Phillipine Mahogany
office type desk. Rattan drawer
handles beautiful. Solid Philli Phillipine
pine Phillipine Mahogany 4V Rattan double
drop leaf table. Solid mahogany
bedroom eat, vanity with stool
40"x50" mirror, double bed bed-Beauty
Beauty bed-Beauty Rest box spring and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, Three drawer chest; three
drawer night, stand. Solid Philli Phillipine
pine Phillipine mahogany and Rttan din diningroom
ingroom diningroom table, five Rattan Chairs.
FOR SALE Easter bunny, East Easter
er Easter eggs, Easter chicks, all kind
of assortments yof fine candies
s-end chocolates at reasonable price
- Sale 4,111, Wat to 'Hotel El
f nami, "-vt
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 15' outboard trail trailer,
er, trailer, new 714 h.p. motor. All new
equipment. House' 403 Tivoli
Avenue. Phone 2-1667, between
4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 15' fiber glassed
new runabout remote controls. 30
h.p. Johnson, motor, excellent
condition, 9 gas tanks. $500.00.
Fort Clayton 6230.
Du Pont Heiressr
In Adutlery Sulf
NEW YORK (UPI) Socialite
E. Haring Chandor has charged
his wife, an heiress to tne du
Pont fortune, of adultery and
abandonment in a separation suit
involving the eustody of their two
Chandor said tn Manhattan Su
preme Court hat his wife. Lisa
Dean Chandor of Montchanin,
Del., had made a written, confes
sion of adultery last- November
in order to make him agree to a
separation or divorce so that' she
could' "continue her illicit rela
tionships" with a Park Avenue
Mrs. Chandor, granddaughter of
the late William K. du Pont, filed
suit asainst her husband last Feb
ruary for recovery of $107,000
which she said she gave him to
buy a new apartment.
Chandor said his wife toe their
sons. Peter 4. and Simpson, 2, to
her familv's Delaware estate. Ne
mours, and has refused to let him
see or communicate with them.
He hars obtained a court ofder per per-mittinsrhim
mittinsrhim per-mittinsrhim to visit them ad a
custody suit Is pending.
- nwr 4 t rtnarjn
;. Apr. 19
FOR SALtr Lots 500 and 1.000.
Meters, I the Hoove Hipoerome
Urbaaisatios- a erase She Rome
Racetrack. AH lot with street
freer, sewage, water Main and
electricity. Can W. McBamett.
FOR SALE: Let 1,066 square
meters hi the best, location of
La Create, srruarae' between "V?
Street arte' new street. For infor information
mation information elease call Tel. 2-2170
from a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 a.m. to S a.m.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished three bedroom residence in
El Valla de Anton, with living.
, room, diningroom, terrace, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, 2 bathrooms, kitchen
and additional room with electric
plant. River en property. Tel.
3-1302 and 3.1456.
FOR SALE: '59 NSU "S uper uper-fox"
fox" uper-fox" 125 ee. '59 Maico "Sup "Sup-ersport
ersport "Sup-ersport 175 cc. Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition, $300 each or
best effer, Balboa YMCA 12-2
p.m. end 6-7 p.m.
FOR SALE;- Lambrerta scourer,
very good condition, $ 1 50.00,
Call Balbo 6421.
TO JAPAN (Srerman Indus
trialiat Alfred Krupp will leave
Essen, Germany, March M lot
a visit to Japan. K is understood
that Krupp wishes to explore
possibilities of cooperation be
tween Japanese industries and
his varioiis ioresgn eonoem.
Along The Fairways
THIRD ROUND RESULTS
OF PWGA HANDICAP
Results 'of the third sound of
play in the 1959 PWGA Handicap Handicap-tournament
tournament Handicap-tournament show Pearl Trim to
be leading by eight strokes. Har
riet Serger, medalist, is in second
place followed closely by Ruth
Daniel. Still k contention, for
top honors' are Sylva Carpenter,
Connie Bishop, Bev Dilfer, Hel Helen
en Helen Sliker and Helen Owens who
are in the number one and two
spots in their respective flights.
Standings by flight r as fol follows
lows follows Ptrat Flight
' THIRD FUOMT
Helen Stem pel
Ruth Daniel i. IU
"Helen Owens s 216 ;
B, J;, Nelson 227
. Wilma Riley 229
Maxine Hood , 234
Foy Frauenheim 238
- Bobbie Hughes 241
'Marion Mallory ; 244
5 Mebs. Ausnehmer 246
.'vPlfTK; fUHT ('
i Doris Leesef jf i-1 245
i Betty Coleman ,f 248
Eve Monteath : 260
Velta Sham 'iy 372
The fourth and final round will
be played at the Summit Hills
Golf; and Country. Club anytime
between-now ana April 5.
Players are reminded that the
round must be played in at least
a threesome with one other mem
er of the group playing lav the
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DRAWER "A'", DIABLO
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-' PHONE BALBOA S709
All camera held hi etir Repair
Department 90 days after this
publication will be told at the
cost of the repairs. Kindly call at
our store far your repaired cam camera
era camera a soon as possible. KODAK
PANAMA, LTD, Panama-Colo
Call Navy 3689,
FOR SALE- Diamation female
dog, virgin, daughter of cham champions
pions champions of Mexico, Cuba and Mia Miami
mi Miami with excellent pedigree. Can
be seen from 5 to 7 p.m. at "F'
' Street, El Cangrejo "San lose"
buHding apartment 2.
STEVEDORE MORRHS DEFEATS
Ajinomoto S 7
Bob Moolchan won his sixth'
game of the season against one
loss. as he downed the last nlace
Aji-no-moto 8 to 4, in the Rain
bow City Open Classification
League Tuesday, His opponent on
the mound was Pvt. Daniel Grit
fin of Ft. Gullick, who made his
debut a losing one through his
wildness. Griffin, who appeared
nervous, mad three costly throw
ing errors, and wild pitched; Mor
ris runners into scoring positions
onf Several" occasions. 'ltE
Aji-no-motoB;hd Mcmaft ;
the ropes tn the fifth inning, as
they got three on with none out
and one run already in, but Ram
pie, Morris, and Quinones could
not pass tiie infield, allowing"' In
dian Bob to get off the hook with
out further damage.
Roderic Kentish made a Sue
running catch on McColllns long
:om ny against the left field bar
ner wnicn orew a round of ap
plause from the fans. Roy Red
man, Morris' eenterfielder, also
did his bit with two fine throws
which nipped two Aji-no-moto run'
ners at the plate.
There were 21 hits tn the game,
whu mccoiuns, oveiie ana Mool Moolchan
chan Moolchan of the winners getting 2-fpr-
3 each, and for the losers John
Hatgi naa t fof;4, and Rampie
and Camarena. getting 2-for-S a a-piece.
piece. a-piece. The Senators need onl an
vyin two of their remaining games
io insure ai least a tie, as they
vie ror weir third eonseoutive
Seere by Inning.
Morris 102 202 1 SIS 1
Ajinomoto 003 010 04 9 S
tirimn to-fl Joss Sales and
Moolchan and McMoeit
Sloe! Mills Expect
Fasl And Furious
NEW YORK. rtlPI-Steel mffls
look for a "fast and furious" sec
ond, quarter. Iron Aee said
yesterday, t ,.
The authoritative trade maga
zine said second quarter roroduc-
tion and shipments probably "will
set an all-time record as mills
and customers try to get set for
a possible steel strike t mid
At the moment incoming orders
have leveled off at some mills.
but the magazine said this is be
cause the is no point. in -taking
any' more orders for shipment be before
fore before June 80 the steel eontraot
Production htt 'an all-tima hich
last week, according to. the Amer
ican Iron 4 Steelclnstttute, :buts
bs scneduled to ease a- tmie 'this
- Even so, Iron Age Said; the
amount of new orders coming
into many mills kst week-: was
cIobs t;capacity. v:;
' !;i:.;.lJl7'-'-t .;. -y''''-fw'"'-','''1,4rV
Many mills, will accent orders
now fof July delivery, the -mags
zine aia ana u mere u s airuie
the- steel- "will -1e shipped when
1 I 1' J .1 I
the mills get to it. "Quite a few
customers are sending in busi
ness on this basis,", ths magazine
noted. .y; V : ; c ,-...-
Iron Age said that at the moment
steel lnsot Output is maintained
at a hieh level but production of
finished steel is tending to lar.
It noted that inexperience of
second and third work shifts may
be responsible. Also a factor
raiffht be the buildinff of inveti
tones of ingots and semi-finished
i steel by the mills themselves
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At Pardlsb Center
m preoaratlon for Hie Circuhf
Civico's progressive eontraet
bridge tournament' to ne new a-.
prll 5 ati Hotel Washington, Co Co-lon
lon Co-lon l gsoup of -bridge enthusiasts -from
Paraiso ;will engage in ; a
friendly bridge practice, to tomt v
mence at 7 pjn., tomgnt at mt ?'
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attorney told Judge St. Clair Pil-
cher that his client was injured
so severly ki an assault that he
is able to watch television for
only 15 minutes at time.
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Feminine Effect On Politics Proved
By Zone Women Heading Girls' State
A convincing argument for the
(effectiveness of women today In
politics and the life of a commu community
nity community ia the example of 12 women
who are devoting their entire week
to supervising Caribbean Girls
It involves their being, away
from home and staying at the
USARCARIB Annex in Fort Clay
ton to look after the 76 high school
girls from all over the Isthmus who
have been placed in their charge.
Heading the group as chairman
of Girls State is Mrs. Bertha B,
Browne, long associated with the
yearly citizenship sessions. Mrs.
Brown also is president of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Zone Department of
the American Legion Auxiliary.
Mrs. Eleanor Becker, national
executive committeewoman for the
Legion Auxiliary, is vice-chairman
and supply chairman for Girls
State in which she also has long
played a leading part.
Vice chairman and treasurer for
Girls State is Mrs. Shirley Ney,
ergeant at arms of the auxiliary
department. City mothers are Mrs.
Eleanor Connor. Mrs. Doithy
Lineback, Mrs. Anita McKeown,
Mrs. Virginia Rice, Mrs. Leigh
Whitbeck and Miss Edith Schnei Schneider.
der. Schneider. Miss Margaret Leigh is senior
counsellor, Miss Nellie Hokerson
i senior counsellor for music and
Mrs. Vladislev Fischmann is direc director
tor director rf music for choral singing.
The Girls State program, de de-Mened
Mened de-Mened by the women is Indepen-
dnt of the Boys State program,
although the two activities ex exchange
change exchange ideas.
However, the ladies are aided by
the education hord, consisting of
T). A. .Spe'r, Balboa High School
teacher; Dr. Merril O. SymonHs,
Erector in the Canal Zone for the
FloriH State TTniverity peoeram;
ind c. M. WUsnn Jr., education
advisor at Fort Clayton.
Much of the instruction in nov nov-?rnment
?rnment nov-?rnment ooerations has been eiven
or sunervisert by thee three. Sy-
monds and Wilson also have ap
peared before Crossroads Boys
Stte to giv talks thlg week.
Loyal supporters of the women
of Girls State are the lunlor coun-
Martha Miller ,Ceci Eggleston.
Ann Haskell, Kathleen Cox, Judith
Hotz, Judy Griffon, Barbara Klip Klip-per,
per, Klip-per, Bonnie Rankin and Sandy
Mrs. Blown also is assisted by
a reception and inaugural commit,
tee which has handled arrange,
ments for the several important
functions which have marked this
Girl State evening programs. Tha,
members are Mrs. Louise Griffon
secretary of the auxiliary depart department;
ment; department; Miss Grace Williams; Mrs.
Olga Roe and Mrs. Mary Armis-
KNEE-ACTION Showing na
signs of a knee injury that had
confined her to the hospital,
actress Debpje Reynolds, takes a
stage direction from Frank
Tashlip.. She is rehearsing for
e'lors seniors from' Bulhoa and
..ITlL. 0-1 1- 1
-.i.uu-nii Bcnuni v;nn were I Icn. th moui. S. rw,
delegates last year; Mary Wa(son, ior ye..
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3: IS Dinah. Short
4:00 It Could Bc'-You
4:30 Mr. WUrd
"5:00 GUtSS WHAT
7:00 Coif Show
1:30 Tie Tie Dough
8:00 Trouble with Fathar
1:00 Silent Servlet
t:30 Price H Bight
10:OOxPlht'of Tha Wat
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To Hit Reds If Tibet Fights
.i TAIPEI, March 26 (UPI) Prwident C hiang Kai-Shek said today he would lead
i Nationalist Chinese forces againrt the Corrimunists if the Tibetan rebels earry on
Iheir fight. :
' Chiang, in his first statement since the anti-communist revoJt broke out m Tibet,
wd the Nationalists are "makino; every possible effort" to aid the -revolutionary force.
Chiang's declaration followed reports f rom Nationalist intelligence sources that the
fcisurgents have eut the two mainland rou tes from Red China 1e remote Hima Hima-tyan
tyan Hima-tyan kingdom.
MeanwhUe eports from Ka Ka-limpong,
limpong, Ka-limpong, India, said well-armed
Chinese Communist troops have
put down a two-week revolt w
Tibet's mountain-top capital oi
Lhasa without stifling the up uprising
rising uprising which has spread to other
putts of the country.
Tibetan leaders meeting in
Kalimpong decided to send a
AauttHr.n to New
n.iki l wAnet Alii 1 or tneir
embattled countrymen seeking
to east off the Communist yoke.
The Tibetans planned to pro protest
test protest India's decision not to in intervene
tervene intervene in behall of the rebel
tribesmen and Buddhist monks
who Joined them.
Tint Indian government agent
at Gangtok, Sikklm, 34 miles
Jrom the Tibetan border, told
a 2-member Tibetan delegation
that fighting in Lhasa had end ended.
ed. ended. Tibetarl toure'es, reporting the
epread of the uprising, said
hey believed the revolt was
iore extensive than last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, its previous peak.
1 In the fighting around Lhasa,
wo big Buddhist monasteries
were reported heavily damaged
Piiring Holy Week
HAVANA (UPI) t Announce Announcements
ments Announcements by revolutionary authorities
Btdicate that official activity in
Cuba including the execution of
tjjwr criminals' will be held to
minimum during Holy Week.
Premier Fidel Castro cancelled
a scheduled television appearance
Monday night and announced that
he will not appear in public until
j,;At the same time, authorities in
Piiiar Del Rio postponed the ex execution
ecution execution of 11 condemned men un until
til until after Easter.
Veather Or Not
This weather report for ths i
Maun ending S a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
aad Hydrographio Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:-
' Balboa Crktobal
TEMPERA TURB :
High n 2
lew 76 76
. High ........ 19 8
V.fcew 4 74
(max; mph) N18 N-22
RAIN (Inches) 0 .24
J (inner harbors) 72 M
Gtun Lake 83.88
f Jddn Dam 232.74
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Chinese On Formosa
by Chinese Communist fire. The
Norbufingka summer palace of
the Dalai Lama, Tibet's king,
also was damaged extensively,
but the Dala; Lama was repos reposed
ed reposed safe at his 1000-room PotaTa
Palace in JLhasa.
According to Chinese Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Intelligence reports reach reaching
ing reaching Taipei, Formosa, a Commu Communist
nist Communist army of 50,000 well-equipped
troops drove Tibetan insur
gents out of Lhasa. The reports!
added that She Communists re reestablished
established reestablished radio communica communications
tions communications between Lhasa and Com Communist
munist Communist China,
Senate Labor Group Approves
Modified Labor Reform Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Labor-Committee overrode
sharp objections from two GOP
senators yesterday and approved
a modified version of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic "Kennedy Ervin labor
The committee vote was 13 to
2 in favor of the measure. How However,
ever, However, the two Republican dissent dissenters
ers dissenters made ckar they would lead a
last-ditch fight to write tougher
provision into the bill on the Sen Senate
ate Senate floor.
Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.),
a co-sponsor of the bill, said the
committee action marked an im important
portant important day in the labor reform
movement and a "sorry day for
He said the committee expected
to send the bill to the full Senate
by April 13, complete with min min-liOrity
liOrity min-liOrity views. He said he hoped
floor debate would begin shortly
Sens. Barry F. Goldwater (R-
DETROIT, March (UPI)
A four.-way vaccine, providing
protection against polio, diph diphtheria,
theria, diphtheria, tetanus and whooping
cough will- be on the market
Parke, Davis and Co., which
pioneered development of the
four-in-one shot, is among two
drug firms receiving formal ap approval
proval approval today for production of
the vaccine, me otner iirm w
Merch, Sharpe and Dohme, of
Official approval for public
use of the vaccine will be given
in Washington today by U.S.
Surgeon General Leroy E. Bur Bur-nev.
nev. Bur-nev. A spokesman for Parke, Davis
said manufacture of the vac vaccine
cine vaccine takes from 90 to 120 days
and there is a further period
for testing. But he said limn limned
ed limned supplies should be on the
market in August.
The vaccine will be wed pri
marily for pre-school children.
The new shot is a combination
of the Salk polio vaccine with
a three-in-one shot already in
common use by physicians,
providing protection against
diphtheria, tetanus arm whoop whooping
ing whooping cough. It calls for four in injections
jections injections for children under six
months of age, and three In
jections for those older, with
booster shots given 16 to 18
PRICES: 75f. 40c.
ShoweJ 1:30. 4:00, :30, 1
JP1 m I
The refusal of Indian Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru to
intercede i with-, the Chinese
Communist, goveriiment "On be
half of the Tibetans wa: gfeet'
ed with stonv silence by the Ti
betan .leadeTSassembled; in Ka Kalimpong
limpong Kalimpong to decide their next
move in tn crisis.
Alo Chomde, Tibetan wwfer wwfer-ground
ground wwfer-ground resistance leader,, said!
(Tdol1 oil wiiii. KaI rtr cri natm tnH
somehow get enough money to
rush to Deiwi.- Our : brothers are
dying in Tibet. What "right have
we to stick to our belongings,"
Ariz.) and Everett M. Dirksen (R (R-111.)
111.) (R-111.) cast the two votes against
the measure.. For the bill were
four Republicans and nine Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. Goldwater, who introduced the
stiff er administration labor reform
bill, complained that the commit committee
tee committee version "falls far short' of be being
ing being a true labor reform bill."
Sen. Winston L.. Prouty (R-Vt.)
voted for the bill, but with reser reservations.
vations. reservations. He said the committee
strengthened the original Kennedy Kennedy-Ervin
Ervin Kennedy-Ervin measure "by the insertion
of teeth in a fiew of the gaping
But he said that when the pub public
lic public "has an opportunity to look
into the mouth of this bill it may
aemana more dentures."
The bill would require unions to
file reports on finances and ad administration
ministration administration with the Labor De Department.
partment. Department. It also would attempt
to guarantee periodic and secret
union elections and would barex barex-convicts
convicts barex-convicts from holding union office
except under certain conditions.
The bill included certain Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley law amendments demand demanded
ed demanded by AFL-CIO leaders as the
price of their support. These would
permit replaced strikers to vote'in
union barcainine elections unA
would allow building contractors
'o sign union coma act before
actuafly hiring workers.
SAFE WAY DOWN W
aa answer to the deadUeat spot
ftn burning home the top I
floor. Itl a strong; ughtweight,
aQ metal etcap ladder, hv
Vented by Loots Davis cCCtaw
land, Ohio. Conatnsctka of
Davlr ladder keep, the nmgs
guv 4mm. th mA at th
building and holds them steady, (j
' eliminating ide-to-tfde sway.
Shown demonstrating the. de device
vice device are, top to bottom, Davis
sons,, Danny, 6; MichaeL 13,
land Mrs. Davis.
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Balanced Budget Vas Never Balanced,
Tax Experts Reveal In Revenue Report
WASHINGTON, March 26-(UPI)
The'. Democratic Congress, under
fire for unbalancing President Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's new budget,,, came up
with evidence today that it never
was balanced in the first place.
Congressional staff tax experts
reported that the President's precariously-
"balanced": budget ac actually
tually actually called for $l,20p,000,000 in
red-ink spending In, the fiscal year
starting jtuy i because the Presi
dent overestimated tax revenues
by $1,300,000,000. -The
report said that moves In
flnnere's rnnlH if rarvieH tn rnm.
pletion,. boost the spending deficit
tor me new nscai year apove lour
Th rennrt sma trnm fha mi oft
of the joint committee on Internal
revenue Taxation, its tax revenue
estimates,, issued every spring i
generally are accepted, by Denio-1
Lucky Quirk Puts Escaped Murderess
Into Hands Of Chicago Policewoman
CffiCASry (Up!) Escaped teen teenage
age teenage murderess Trudy Joe Baker
was captured yesterday in a ho
tel room' where she had made
thousands" c dollars a a prosti prostitute
tute prostitute '( "
The M-year-ord. fugitive, hef am ample
ple ample curves sheathedijn a reveal revealing
ing revealing blue blouse; and ; tight plaid
skirt -promised to escape "again
She boasted she had made $6,000
as a Chicago prostitute in the 3 3-months
months 3-months : since she went over' the
wall of the Dwight, HI.j. Reforma Reformatory
tory Reformatory for-Women Dec; 1.
Mrs;,; Baker j is : serving1, 30 30-year
year 30-year sentence for joining with her
husband, Robert. 28. of Wormlevs-
berg, ;-Pa J tiie DvZe, .1956,
murder" of a hitchhiking Marine
.private." ';i'i 'JX:
The Bakers were b Hienr hom
ey moon when Ihey picked up
Pvt. Larry Kirk, 21, near Salem,
111. The couple shot Kirkf ift the
back and robbed his body. Baker
is now serving a 8-year term- at
A policewoman round and cap
tured Mrs. Baker through a
CYCLE SENSATION New terror of Highway 101 is May 1
Britt, the film star. On a bet with her husband, she pedaled a
bike from Los Angeles to San-Jxancisco-The 410 milea
looJs five and a half days.
Respected Mother Kills 2 Children,
Drugs Others And Self In New Jersey
XIBERNIA, V.3. (UPl)-A 38-year-old
housewife described as a
good mother and neighbor admit admit-ed
ed admit-ed today that she bludgeoned to
death her two youngest children
for some unknown reason.
Mrs. Ellen Church, a slim bru
nette, told police she also drugged
her two oldest children and took
an overdose of sleeping pills her herself
self herself after killing her daughter
Catherine X. and Kenneth, 7
The children's blanket-wrapped
bodies were found stuffed in
wicker baskets in a front yard
playhouse. The baskets' were cov
ered with newspapers. 'Y
' An autopsy howed that they
had been beaten with 9 blunt In Instrument.
strument. Instrument. Mrs. Church told police
that she used a toy tomahawk,
a hammer and a piece of iron.
"She said she doesn't know
why" she did It Morris Country
Prosecutor Frank Scerbo .quoted
Mrs. Church as aylng, I
He sent two psychiatrists to examine-
Mrs. Church in St. Clare's
Hospital,' Denvillen, N.J., where
she was recuperating from the
her other children, Elizabeth,
14, and Stephen, 10, were released
after treatment at Dover General
Hospital, !,,-. y. j
crats and Reputfteans as more re reliable
liable reliable than the administration's
January budget estimates.
The report produced differing
The reaction of some liberal
Democrats who have been de denounced
nounced denounced for "budget-busting" be because
cause because they have been pushing for
a bigger federal spending program
was "I told you so'; the so-called
balanced budget was a phony all
Bift Sen. .Harry F; Byrd (D-Va.),
a leader of the congressional econ economy
omy economy bloc, accepted the report as
the signal for ever grteater efforts
to hold down congressional moves
to boost spending above budgeted
"The need for the President to
veto every bill involving excessive
expenditures'' is evystal dear," he
strange qtrirk-ef fete and because
she wasn't fooled by a brunette
The policewoman, Rosemary
O'Brin, picked up a 16-year-old
prostitute in Chicago's' Loop late
Tuesday night and questioned her.
The girl ,iave Miss i O'Brien a
room number : in t near North
side hotel 'aa W. residence. Lat Later,,
er,, Later,, the girl; said '-she had never
lived at the hotel and picked the
room number "out of L the air."
Nevertheless, Miss O'Brien went
to the room with a police ser sergeant
geant sergeant and, found it occupied by
a black-haired girl.
The. policewomac wondered
what the girl would look like as
a nutuf ai blonde. In' her mind, she
suddenly saw a picture of the
escaped" murderess, j
Arent you Trudy ;t Jo Baker?"
she asked. i
jour taxi drivers brought her
customers who paid from $50 to
$100, she; said. The taxi' 'drivers
got a ,30 per cent cut 4
"Business was very good, Tru Trudy
dy Trudy Jo said.
Mrs. Church's husband, Brooks,
40, a research chemist for. Warner
Lambert Pharmaceutical Co., was
near collapse from shock, author authorities
ities authorities said. He, had been looking
for Catherine and Kenneth last
night when a rescue squad official,
Robert Burdge, found their bodies
in the playhouse.
"I can't believe it, I can't be believe
lieve believe it," Church eaid. 'I always
thought we had -a- fine, happy
The double slaying shocked this
tiny Rocka way Twp. (Morris
County) community some 40 miles
west ot New York City,
Mrs. Church a good mother whd
aiways mmoea ner own busuiesf.
Church, a microbiologist, told
.police that he missed Catherine
and Kenneth when he returned
home from work last night, At the
i 1 . I
me ume, ne saia nis wue ap appeared
peared appeared to be in a dazed, semi
conscious state, uuzaoetn and
Stephen appeared to be ill.
When he asked .what happened
to the babies, Mrs. Church an answered
swered answered that they were being
cared for by .neighbors, 'Church
said. Her failure to answer fur further
ther further questions sent him on. a fran frantic
tic frantic search of the family's two two-story,
story, two-story, modest home, and the toy toy-cluttered
cluttered toy-cluttered playhouse 30 feet away.
flM-mflitewiollar planTwai Umtd to n ?SFv2F- Pnce, RJ4 ThV-1
Retired PC Employe
Dies Af Gorjgas
James M. Scanlon, a retired em
ploye of the Panama Canal organ
ization, died at 6:45 a.m. today at
Gorgas Hospital where he had
been a patient since Mareh 13. He
was 76 years Old,
Mr. Scanlon was born In Chest Chester,
er, Chester, Pa., and was employed by the
Canal organization in 1919 as a
foreman in the Panama Railroad
Company, He was transferred to
inspector of cattle ranches in 1923
at Mihdi Dairy and at the time of
his retirement in 1945 was fore
man at Mindi Dairy.
Since his retirement, Mr. Scan
lon made his. home at the Tivoli
Funeral services wffll he an
USAF Of Wasting
WARWTOfiTrYN' Iffarch 26-OJP1)
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-m.) ac
th Aii- Vnrre todav of Wast
ing training funds by spending at
losof nna million dollars a year to
fly civilians on free junkets to air
Vnr avamnla. DoUBlaS Said the
,orvio heoH 1R1 militarv nlanes to
fly 1393 mmtary men ana iw ci ci-iriiians
iriiians ci-iriiians tn an air uower display at
Eglin Air Force Base. Fla., last
Oct. 8, He said the civilians other otherwise
wise otherwise would have had to pay about
$189,800 in commercial piane lares.
If the Air Force eliminated such
"ahucoc nnnoias to rt the senate
in a prepared speech, the money
saved would pay for an additional
battalion of 500 marines or sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. "Let us ut out the fat and the
waste and provide for combat
troops instead of free trips for in influential
fluential influential citizens," he said.
Douglas said the Army, Navy
and Marines spent additional mil mil-it
it mil-it nna Af riniinra nn similar iunkets.
He said he had asked the Senate
government operations committee
to look into shows staged by these
services at Quantico and Norfolk,
Va., and Ft. Benning, Ga.
Sleel Price Stand
WASHINGTON', March 28
(XJPI) President Eisenhower
o-nt stxoner backinir from two
Democratic Senators today in
his appeal for hold-the-Mne steel
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.).
chairman of the Senate anti anti-monopoly
monopoly anti-monopoly subcommittee, prais praised
ed praised Eisenhower for brining "the
full weight of his office" to
bear on the steel "price ques question.
tion. question. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) also
The President at his news con conference
ference conference called on the steel in industry
dustry industry and its workers to show
economic statesmanship by a a-greelng
greelng a-greelng on a wage contract this
year that will not force a price
Kefauver said he had long
urged the President to. take such
action. The Tennessee Democrat
told the Benate yesterday he
hoped no one would suggest
that the President "keen his
nose out of the steel price sit situation.
uation. situation. That substantially was the
statement made to Kefauver by
Steelworkerg Union President
David McDonald several months
"The situation in the steel In Industry
dustry Industry is everyone's business,"
Kefauver eaid, "and the Presi President's
dent's President's request let a 'reasonable
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Morse contended, the steel In Industry
dustry Industry has been "hijacking" the
public by "underproduction and
overcharging." The government,
he said, haa let the industry
"run wild'' In policies which
are "typical of the cartel svs-
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