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'PANAMA,... SATURDAY, MARCH ?, 1959
FctwiXMNG VOWS In fulfillment of vows probably made In fluest of divine favor, hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of bare-footed. CatlioUcs yesterday joined thousands more in ; traditional Good:Trlday
processions in Panama Cuy ,.T":rdy carrying wooden crosses and garbed in replicas of-the
Raiment worn,. by, Jesus', Christ as he bore his heavy cross on the read to Golgotha on the first
'Good rriday.-"' -- '
Easter Sunrise Service; Catholic Masses
To Commemorate Resurrection Tomorrow
' Bishop Reuben H. Miller and the Rev. Reginald Wheatley will be th guests speak
ers tomorrow for, .the Pacific ancT Atlantic side Protestant Easter sunrise services, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Vj' .r, . ; r
Catholic services on Army posts for Easter Sunday, include- the high' mass of the
Resurrection at 9 a.m. at the Fort Culick post chapel and k field mass ta b celebrated
at 9 o'clock at Fort Amador; in ,the area behind, the pent Mbrary, V ,.cT,f
Masses also"iue scheduled t Fort Ko.bbe chapel at 8,
Clayton at 8j30 a.rrt and Corbzal at 10:30. "A 7:30 mass
and -tha Catholic. mass from.
, Busfiesfof Jhe Pacific side serv
"foes sfFort Amadof wiiriearfe tli
' ? Fort Clayton Service Club Sf 5;15
, clock and Farfan at 5 a.m. Busses
jlr, also will be available at the (A1 (A1-'
' (A1-' brook Service Club and base chap chapel
el chapel at S o'clock;
Special parking lots nave been
established at Fort, Amador and a
nursery for infanta and small chil children
dren children will be' operated at the Ama Amador
dor Amador Nursery School by Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Haberstick, assisted by a
m April 25
At Pedro Miguel
The committee planning .this
year's Safety Field Day program
in the Canal Zone announced May
that the event will be held at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel on Saturday, April 25.
Present plans according to the
committee, are to kickoff the pro-
nram fit 9 B.m. sham with demon
strations by safety squads, police
men .firemen ana civu oeieusc
units. v :
tv. Hnv.lnns svent will also fea
ture exhibits, displays,, and various
forms ef competition.
'.Th1' planning committee, which
hn met with leDrtsentatives tof
participating agencies of the Company-government,
and other or-Banizations.-will
meet aeain on
Monday' at the Pedro Miguel ele
mentary school at 7:30 p.m.
in r.'ir.Imun Wage
WASmNCTOM (VTT) Labor
Secretary James Pi Mitchell stood
firm today against a hike in the
minimum wage jn the face of an
) AFL-CIO charge tnat nis opposi
AFL-CIO Preside nrGeorfee
Meany said that -Mitchell misled
Congress by using a Labor -.Department
report to support ms
attack m a minimum wage' of
$1.25 an hour. Meany saw the re
nort did not lustuy ; Mitcneu
stand. He termed the secretary'
. action reprehensible.'
x Mitchell replied that the report
was baised "on careful study Of
seasoned and mature economists
who have bead dealing with this
problem -for years in the Depart Depart-'
' Depart-' meat of Labor.'.'
Mitchell said on: March 12 In a
letter accompanying the report
that any further boost in the min minimum
imum minimum wage might result in ,un ,un-;
; ,un-; -employmen tin low-wage imdus imdus-1
1 imdus-1 tries and higher prices to con con-,
, con-, aimers. He Said the economy had
not yet fully adjusted to the 1956
Increase n the minimum from 75
.cents to $L.
trt Protestant sunrise services from Amador it f
CSulick at Jl;! clock,
nurse and volunteer soldiert! fcoal
1iVorshipper"'ai. Hie -Amador
beach area, adjoining the officers
club, have been urged to bring
folding chairs or blankets to sit on.
The area will have been, sprayed
to keep down insects. .
Both services at Amador and at
Fort Gulick are scheduled to be begin
gin begin at e a.m. The 776th Air Force
Band will play for the Amador
services while music for the Gulick
services at the Little League base-
oau pars wui be played by the
79th Army Band.
Bishop Mueller, guest preacher
at the Amador sunrise service ;
vice president of the National
Council of Churches, U.S.A. while
the Rev. Wheatley is pastor of the
Seawall Methodist Church of Pan
A 500-voice choir directed bV Wal
lace Woodruff is to sine tradition
al taster nymns for the Amador
- Ctfeterta-tfyle breakfasts at a
nominal charge will be served by
officers and non-cemmiitiond
efflcres messes In the Pacific
side following the early service,
Participating In the sunrise ser
vice at Amador will be Chaplains
Silas K. Decker. Robert G. Nel
son, Frederick Zigan, James A.
Whitman,! William D. Froeschner,
and the Kev. Robert. F. Gussick,
of the Balboa Redeemer Lutheran
Church, Oscar Wtf Olsen, Jr;; of
the Balboa union Church, and
William H. Beebe, of the Balboa
uapusi inurcn, A ..
At Fort Gulick. ministers taking
part in the early service will in-1
elude Chaplain Carroll G,' Cbaphe
and the Kevs. sylvanuS 'A. Scar
lett, First Isthmian Baptist Church,
Theodore Es Franklin,? Margarita
Union Church, and William Liv
ingstone, missions secretary of the
Church of God. ;
The scripture Is to be, read W
Col. Cecil HimeSj commandant of
the USARCARIB School. Mrs. Shir
ley Smith is soloist.
rlltfAiidrew's Episcopal Church,
Cocoli, will celebrate Easter with
four services. At 8 a m. there will
be a sunrise communion service
Reporter Describes Harrowing Experience With Lion
REPORTS DESCRIBES P-l ; 1
Editor's Note:, A United Press
International .reporter dictated
. the following story In a quaver
Ing voice from a telephone
booth In Madlien Squere Gar Garden
den Garden Thursday night,
f ly MURRAY IROWN
!tew York (upd :m ten
: i '''.i:'s happening a lion's
t' e loose! :
;"!'vt H e at this dress rehearsal
't,f-ie Singling Brothers' Brriitm
anl Bailey Circus with ) my wife
and kid, c I'd expected some ex excitement
citement excitement but not thill -,
t ".',' '::': k 'J
9:15 fld 1ti45 a.m., at Fort
at Fort Cuiick chapel willJw
A- ; ;
.and for thYfrsevtc-tli'lt'aflTli
v-wfbe removed frpm' behind the altar
so mac it wiu be illuminated by
the first rays of the dawnine sun.
There will be music for this ser ser-vice
vice ser-vice however- no sermon is plan plan-ned
ned plan-ned Family Eucharist will be held at
8:30 a.m. It is at this service that
the children and parents are able
to worship together and when the
adult receives Communion, the
child receives a blessing. Follow Following
ing Following the family service there will
be an Easter vegg hunt for the
unurcn school children at 9:40 a.m.
Highlight of the Easter celebra
tion will be at 11 a.m. with a
choral Eucharist nd sermon .by
the Kev. W. W. Baldwin. t
Tomorrow night there will be a
short evening prayer at T:SQ p.m.
Pope John Leads
On Good Friday
ROME (UPI) Pope John
XIII led the Roman Catholic
world in solemn -Good Friday
rites commemorating the death of
Jesus Christ on the cross nearly
2,006 years ago, 1
In cathedrals, churches and
chapels throughout the Tree
World and probably in jmany
meeting places of the "church of
silence" behind the Iron Curtain Curtain-Roman
Roman Curtain-Roman Catholics marked the day
in prayer and, meditation. 1
Altars were stripped of orna ornaments,
ments, ornaments, fixtures and implements in
commemoration of the way Christ
was stripped of his garments be before
fore before the Crucifixion. Bells and or organs
gans organs were silent.
Pope John performed the Good
Friday rite in Rome's Church of
the Holy Cross, in Jerusalem. The
77-year-old Pontiff knelt in prayer
before a relic said to have come
from the crown ..of thorns which
Christ wore, a nail said to have
been used in the Crucifixion and a
piece of wood with the inscription
'.'INRI" placed on the cross in
The initials stand for Jesus of
Nazareth, King of the Jews.
These relics, according to Cath Catholic
olic Catholic tradition, r were brought to
Rome by Stk. Helen, after, a trip to
the holy plajsa a few centuries
after the Passion and death of
v I'll tell you what I'm nervous
about. I'm sitting In inis phone
booth in the' lobby and the lion
is about three feet f way- from
me! -r jvj-. ..,c:s-
Right now he's 'growling. Here
you can listen to him too, I'll
open the door. ,i
(At this point Brown opened the
Joor of the phone booth and the
ot s roars could be beard in the
UPI office.) !,'
There are about 10 other fools
"n the lobby with me watching
the lion who is now backing up
against a steel grill with sign
over it saying "Ladies Boom,"
! teds Ai'irt fobif PtewiL
V ' mil ii i
US-rate Consumer Prices
Creep Up 10 in February
n tt.tb.U consumer price
index rose 0.1 percent to Febr
roary, maimy duS to a season-
ai rise ja ine Tw;
fruits and vegetables, it was
,.oqi0h ut th March conference
of officers of US-rate Civic
Councils at Balboa Heights this
i US Raters Interest im improving
proving improving their quarters MS
surprised Panama Canal au au-,
, au-, thorities, it was announced
at tbe same time. Liability
Program questionnaires dis
tributed by the Housing Divi Division
sion Division drew mTiesponss ia
above expectations, f t
rtnv. William E. Tetter told
the elvic council officials that
work is now underway to con consolidate
solidate consolidate the tenant-suggested
Improvement requests to plan-;
ning the improvements wmcn
Of C0r.3rcssn.0n (
Gsfs Public Fcsus
v- 4 wiwTnT TIPD A pro
posal to focus publicity on the
hiring 01 reiauvea uj vu6v
men will get serious consideration,
by the House Adminlstratioa Com
mittee, Its ehairniaa said.
Chairman omar dwcwv ,.vf
Tex ) said the-resolution would be
.tnnic .with env ether pro?
osala Jar the ; m"er
Xnsss ixof T? -er
The plan, was aavancea wuij 1
by Rep, John JC. nenaercon
(R-Ohio) who said It would "lt
the finger of suspicion" from eon-.
gressional mnng practices.
Th lppfslation would force
House members to file a Public
statement listing tne piece ana
hours of work of all their em employes...'
ployes...' employes...' v' :
.Henderson advanced Ws pro proposal
posal proposal following disclosures .that
some House members had. put
relatives on the government pay payroll
roll payroll at five-figure salaries.
House Democratic leaders nave
kept out of the nepotism dispute
on the theory that th lawmakers
are responsible to the otersnot
to the leadership--for the manner
in which they operate their of-
However, some House Demo Democrats
crats Democrats privately are beginning to
voice fears that the public may
blame the Democratic Party for
what angry letter-writing voters
have described as "abuses" and
Burleston Said Henderson's res res-nlution
nlution res-nlution "micht have a salutary ef
fect," but he said he wanted to
study It before commirang;mm commirang;mm-Bplf
Bplf commirang;mm-Bplf H- aid his committee wouM
weigh tbe proposal along with
any others tnat come on. i.....
Burleston .: said several House
members bad talked to him about
a possible flat ban against mem members
bers members hiring relatives but i none
seemed willing to sponsor such a
"I would vote for lt,M. he said.
He added, however, that he had
no plans to introduce such a bill.
US Veteran Needs
Proof Of Wife's
Death In Panama
The Consular Section of the
t.S. Embassy is anxious to lo locate
cate locate evkence of the death in Pa
nama of Elisa Sciance or Stnz
Tejada Hamilton. She was mar
ried to Charles B. Hamilton in
Ancon, on March 9, 1917.
The evidence of death is need
ed by Hamilton in connection
with a claim he has filed with the
U.S. Veteran's Administration.
Anyone who can be of assis
tance is asked to teiepnone Mrs.
Marguerite Whitehead, vice con consul,
sul, consul, Panama 3-0010.1
So far it's' a standoff. The lion
it holding his ground and those
fools are holding theirs.
rNobodr Is Waking any attempt
yet to do anything about putting
that beast in a cage.
Here comes the trainer, hurry
Ing in followed by several circus
hands rolling his cage. Now the
non-combatants are. bscking up
but I'm holding fast in this phone
booth, making sure the door's
The lion seems to have his foot
caught it the steel grill but I'm
can be undertaken durtog the
coming; fiscal year.
rurther reeoeriitioffi; of the
imnortance ofa the Civic Coan
cu program as a pari 01 uie
civic life in-Jhie Canal Zone was
given by. Potter in an? executive
regulation lssuea una yyeeit.
Pbtter sinned Executive Reg
ulation 2 setting forth the need
for an active Civic Council pro
gram and outlining the operat operating
ing operating policy,
.Taking .note of the desire
to promote democratic proc processes
esses processes in tbe absence of offi official
cial official local self rgovernment,
tbe Regulation provides for
regular monthly conferences
with the Governor and states
that, as is practiced at pre present,
sent, present, it shall be the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility of the various eom
munities to adopt a constitu constitution
tion constitution and by-laws for their
own Councils, to elect their
own, representatives, and to
hold their own "town meet
; "At ttie March conference held
Tuesdavi aBreement was reach
edto alter1! plans for the new
Atlantic Side High School at
Coco Solo to include a sloping
floor to tb auditorium,.
In response to a request from
the Pacific Civic Council, the
Governor advised ;that the Pos Postal
tal Postal .Division -will begin .money
orders service at' 1 p)m Diablo
Helsh.t Post ffi-twting-arHxn tanker VaDchem said hiSveayi
lwukiV4.-v--C.':. "., sel was at a dead .etop- to a
He' also announced that
drive-in mail box has been in
stalled' in front of "the Diablo
Service Center for the conveni
ence of patrons in that area.
The Atlantic side Councils
also set in motion plans to
change : the Saturday operating
hours of the Cristobal commis
sary. Under the change, this
commissary would" operate from
9 am through 4 pm: without In Interruption
terruption Interruption on Saturdays.
The Marararita Council ad
vised that it was dropping Its
efforts to acquire the North
Margarita" school complex as a
civic center because of costs In
Point IV Moves
To New Building
The USOM-Panama (Point
Four) headquarters office moved
Wednesday from the Colpan
building on Automobile Row to the
new Cemento Panama Building
A venida, Manuel Espinosa, El Can
The office of the dirctor, Ralph
R. Will, the assistant director,
program officer and training of
ficer, are located on the seventh
floor. The offices of the executive
officer, assistant executive offi
cer. accounting ana commumca
tions sections are on the sixth
Salvation Army Easter Services
Set For Both Sides Of Isthmus'
Capt. Shirley M. Cox, who
has already been welcomed at
various Salvation Army centers
on the Pacific side, will be on
the Atlantic side accompanied
by the sectional officer for a
welcome meeting at the Colon
Central Corps tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. The new sectional youth
officer, who went to Kingston.
Jamaica, from the Columbia
City corps in Ohio in April 1958.
not sticking my head out to see
how the trainer is going to get
him loose. t
I can hear that lion clawing it
the last phone booth in this roW
of booths. He's roaring again and
Now he's back in the cage.
And you ask me why I'm ner
Be I'm telling you. hiy wife
and kid I said, "Get up in the
httlrnnv far at vou can." She
said,. 'Where are you goingfi I
said, "To call the office, what do
you UflnkZ" -
Counterfeit U.S. bills circulating
in Panama and Venezuela are be being
ing being 'made in'Dakar, West Africa,
according to reports published in
The reDorts said the counterfeit
bills are smuggled into Panama
over the border with Colombia.
Panama banking sources have
revealed that a number of phony
bills of $1, $5," $10, $20, $50 and
$100 denominations presently are
in circulation in Panama. s
The Venezuelan reports said the
bills are made via the photo-en
graving process so that the only
difference between them and the
genuine ones is the paper which is
Of Accident Differ
NEW YORK, Match 28 (UPI)
i nAnfiiHtitr stories emerged
today from the captains of the
luxury liner Santa Rosa and
the tanier vaicnem. wium ve vended"
nded" vended" off the New jersey coast
Thursday with a loss fr four
'Miimh of the
thick Toe wnen.tne urate
ship plowed Into it at Wgn
speed. Tne crippiea vaiuu"
was towfed into port yesterday.
Capt: Frank Siwik. captain of
fho Ranta. Rosa, earlier said the
weather was perfect except for
isolated patches A haze which
cleared' '9t -f
The two masters statements
differed widely on nearly every
major point in the accident
early Thursday about 75 miles
south of New xoric, ummuuuik
weather, radar readings, man maneuvering
euvering maneuvering and speed.
Grace Line officials refused
to comment on Murphy's state
The two vessels met with a
tearing crunch about 3' a.m.
Thursday when most of the
Santa Rosa's 247 cruise-returning
passengers were asleep.
The liner's prow dug into the
twr. stern side of the ballast-
laden tanker, gouging a 40-foot
wedge-shaped hole ana sever
ing the smokestack.
US Tax Expert
To Be In Colon
Andrew Gerda, representative
of thft U.S., Internal Revenue
Service, will be at the U.S. Con
sulate in Colon on April 2 and 2
to assist U.S. citizens with the.ir
income tax returns.
Gerda suggests that appoint
ments be made by telephoning
arrived on the Isthmus last
Saturday. Capt. Cox succeeds
Gapt. Rhodes, wno nas returned
to Canada for furlough and re
At Paraiso Corps the new
vouth officer will officiate at
the Selt-Denial-ingatnerinft to
morrow afternoon at 3 o clock
with a special program to be
rendered by the local talents
of the Corns.
Mrs. Maior J. Sundberg will
officiate and soeak at the Pan
ama City Corps in Guachapali
tomorrow evenme lor tne sen
The worid-wiae missionary
endeavour titled "Self Denial'
is observed by Hhe Salvation
Army throughout the ninety
countries where the Army oper
ates hospitals, schools, night
shelters and soup kitchens, with
main emphasis on the evange evangelical
lical evangelical -work 'in all lta centers of
operation. Letters of appeal
with altar service envelopes ior
donations towards the Interna International
tional International mission fund called Self Self-Denial
Denial Self-Denial have been distributed bv
the corps this weel and it is
hoped that friends will again
give as generally as they did
last yea ..
Buf Reports Tell f.
Of More Fighting:
GANGKOK, Sikkim. March 28 (UPI) Communist
China announced today it had ""smashed" the revolt in
Tibet, deposed the Dalai Lama and set up a new govern-
ment under the riygt Panchen Lama. Other reports reach-
ing this Indian protectorate insisted the anti-Commumst -rebellion
was gaining momentum.
The Communist New China News Agency (NCNA), -in
a communique broadcast from Peiping, carried- a
lenghty, bitterly worded attack on the rebels in Tibet in
making the announcement. V
But it was1 the first time the Chinese Communists
have admitted publicly that anything was wrong in the
I I.I I 111
mounramous repuDiic, airnougn wesrern news agencies
have been carrying reports of the revolt for days.
The Nev China News "Agency said the Dalai Lama
had been kidnaped" by the revolutionaries, confirming C
reports here that the 25-year old spiritual leader, con-
sidered a God by Tibetan Buddhists, had escaped from
Lhasa, the capital, 4 '...i;
The Communists admitted
the rebelsvsfaad been -carrying
out guerrilla activities, in Tibet
and had blocked, every effort at
t-ommuniziaEs Tibet since 1956.
i ha aircucv-.-storr"maae
clear the Peiping regime now
wouldstry to Impose Its wiu by
terror and .mirees.
Even in claiming, victory the
Peipjng regime had toadmit it
was laced with i-major reDei reDei-lion
lion reDei-lion in Tibet. 1
It admitted the rebel ban
dits numbered "about 20,000."
Reports filtering across the
border here said the revolt
was started by about 25,000
Khamba tribesmen and that
at least 300,000 others, in including
cluding including 13,000 Buddhist
monks, had joined the anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist uprising.
The Communist reDort also
showed the Tibetaii rebels were
"A rough count shows' that
by March 23, more than 4000
rebel trocps were taken prison
er, and 8U00 small arms of dif different
ferent different 'kinds, 81 light and heavy
machine guns, 27 81-millimeter
caliber mortars, .6 mountain
guns and 10 million bullets
were captured," the NCNA re report
port report said.
It charged the Chinese Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists had supplied the
rebels. The Nationalists have
said they have aided the Ti Tibetan
betan Tibetan rebellion- but dii not
say to what extent.
Kepoits reaenme Sikk;m an
independent state neitlea be
iween India and the southern
border of Tibet have said the
rebels captured much of their
arms and ammunition in raias
on the Chinese Communists.
NCNA said Ked Chinese Pre
mler Chou En-lal decreed dis dissolution
solution dissolution of Die exisSuu Tibet
government and designated the
uommunist-organized "prepara "preparatory
tory "preparatory committee for the -Tibet
autonomous region", to act in
The committee, created sev several
eral several years ago to pave the way
for communization of Tibet, had
not previously exercised govern
Reports filtering into Sikkim
saia tne Tibetans suffered heavv
casualties in Lhasa under with withering
ering withering Communist fire. The end
of the fighting in Lhasa, which
naa been called a ceasefire, ac actually
tually actually amounted to surrender
by the rebels, the sources said.
But the Khamba tribesmen
who sparked the revolt have
been up in arms against the
Chinese overlords since 1956,
and best estimates in Sikkim
say they hold between 30,000
and 40,000 square miles of the
country on the roof of. the
world which has a total area
of 400,000 square miles.
Most of this rebel territory
has been free since the Kham
ba uprising started, and it was
believed here that the Dalai
Lama, who is revered In Tibet
as a king and reincarnation of
Buddha,, slipped out o. Lhasa
and has joined the rebels.
His actual whereabouts are
unknown. Recent reports said
he was under house, arrest in
his Potaia winter palace at
The sources here said rebels
have consolidated their posi position
tion position by cutting the highway
,from Lhasa to the' Chinese
province of Slkang and sever
ine a Red supply line.
hey also were f reported "to
have wiped out isolated Chinese
troop garrisons. .'
But the fceds still were be believed
lieved believed to have 300,000 trained'' ;
soldiers in Tibet, with about
50,000 of them fn Lhasa alone.
Despite the size of their
forces, the rebels led by tho'
Khambas iave been able to
carve vast areas out from un under
der under Red controls. J"
They know the wild land. The
Chinese do not, and suffer fpr
it in ambushes and hit-run at
Reliable sources said the reb
el territory spread from Lho
Dzong ,ini northeastern Tibet ta :
Nag Kalee in the southwest.
ina uaiai Lama, who had
been a virtual prisoner inhi'
capital city, according 4o re reports,
ports, reports, now was believed free to ;
lead his people against the
Communists who seized nower
in 1951 and made Tibet "auton
Reports reachinar New DeTh.
said the Reds have sealed the
ooraers and have asked foreign
diplomats to refrain from re reporting
porting reporting on the unrest. f
The only foreign diplomatic
missions in Tibet are from
neighboring India and Nepal.
Other dispatches reaching tho
Indian capital quoted Tibetan'
traders as saying the rebela
were planning to step up raida
on Chinese conveys and ammu-"
nitlon dumps. ? rf
More and heavier fighting'
will come, these trader predict- -ed.
The fighting which was re- (
ported to have started March
10 and reached its peak in 4
street fighting in Lhasa -last -weekend
has uprooted thou-
sands of Tibetans. TJ
Some 500 families of -Tibetan
noblemen have arrived
at the border of the neigh neighboring
boring neighboring independent kingdom
of Nepal, reports from the
Indian-Nepalese border town
of Gorkhpur said.-
Desplte the lack of encour encouragement
agement encouragement from neutral India, '
the Tibetan rebels appeared set 1
to carry their cause to the court
of world opinion, in the .hopes :
of getting outside aid. t', t
Films To Be Shown
By USIS, At Coffee ;r
Fair In Calobre;, 3
The United States Information
Service in Panama is presenting -s.
four programs of educitipnal
films at the coffee fair Ut Calo-
ore, April 3, 4 and 5. The preset.
tation will-'be in cooperation, wltb X
me omciais ot tne ranamauiaa
government Point Four, and 'the
committee ut cnarge of therlaifc U
The films, both in color and U
black and white, will include; aclis f
subjects as the atomic powered
submarine Nautilus, malaria,1 a
boy and his cow, road cemtruc.
tion, baseball, tuberculosis, the U.
niversity of Panama,' etc. The
projectionist will be Byron.. Boll
of the USIS sUat, .; ,.
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jtyiiVbot yoKUM thi madem own coivmn
ttMvnvuji a- l. Jl t.. M.Jen af Th f mni Amerleaa.
Wt ir Mcerved freMully and r. h,44 hi a efUtHal
M rea rtntrftutt letter donl kt ImpaHtitf irdeeMl M At
HtMHaVl Utttft am iibliih' in h rdtr racalvts.
.''''(WMI H lM tM kHin limits to AM AAAA fanatfe
Mfli-til.-MH. ( laM.. .;.. I. kcU ill ttrietaat confidanla.
MTa wewtMr aweim no retawIHlrr ft itatMttnts er htiM
It4 i letters frew reisera.
im AM BOX
r .. f- 0
j" BANANAS ON THI ROCKS
I wish the Chinese farmer on the Zone would keep the rodiJn
front of their stands just half ai well as they keep their t t-XWI,
XWI, t-XWI, really make your tlrs suffer for the sake of a pound of bana bananas
nas bananas t some of the markets.
'.'L don't expect smoothly naved concrete driveways, but the rack
j t -ni,ni of thi markets are really dan
VUci MliU UUU1U1CS .Ml AAUHl. wi m- vvr.x ... t
ttyouL -You have to maneuver like crazy to get down the hill with
out smashing not only jourseu, put aiso we uvww k k-nanas.
nanas. k-nanas. ;7,T0ift Zone government seems to have a lot of workmen i and
eVipmnt running around the general area all the time; Couldn t
they lend these hard-working farmers a little assistance, even of its
sort Of an off-the-cuff agreement?
I doubt that PanCanal U obligated to keep up the markets drive drive-ln
ln drive-ln areas. I also doubt that the Chinese farmers have facilities or
finances to do it themselves. -- ';(."
Maybe this influential Chinese organization J'in 'Panama CHv CHv-should
should CHv-should remember their Zone colleagues, I wish nebody wodd
eet the roads fixed -before the rainy season sets in again, lleaven
knows how. anyone. will be able to drive into, the markets when the
mud takes over.
t ,.-r, Shaken
I think I am one of thousands In Panams,it jlnds I
the radio very entertaining, inoi Demg a iewviarY" wwt
ly radio on most of the night. There s an i abundance -t flattens
A it i(aa t riuvr i nmrr int AiiUKiiaii iMRvieifc
HOG when I can. Rather I should say when its on the air
I Having been here for qUite" some time I can remember the days
when HOG wasn't much. There was a big change not so long ago
and the station began to sound much better. I find in the past tew
weeks however, that it is reverting back to that bad sound sgain.
ft rinMn't seem to be the music that is chnfinft ea. though they
lnn t h. v. n th hit records. It's &lnMKectSf mm
teem to be employing there, namely saws antftaHtlmfrs.
. 'n i nn :n turlina Kut mint
Apparently mere ls.consu-ucuuu gum w.ui
e hear it along with Pat Boone and FranK wnatra. me orenes orenes-an
an orenes-an behind these two singers provide excellent background without
hoi nrtumioW tnok Whoever is in charge of the con
struction work doesn't seem to have the presence of mind to have
blsmen work while the station is not on the air, mainly after 12
an thafS4 going on In the way Of tulimul0Iuu1)iIuirM8te from Youngstown,
mund the station had at one time. Maybe the request pro- fwe wage and strategy
4k oXilA aminH tli stAtinn
grams jwill return and someone will make an attempt to get the hit
records sooner than they have in the past. Also this person or per persons
sons persons seems to have forgotten an programs altogether. I never hear
any theme music anymore, or any breaking up programs. In fact
there aren't any programs to speak of. HOG is the finest EngUsh
station in Panama, lei's aot let it go to the dogs.
LA CRESTA SICA
By VICTOR' RIISIL
NEW YORK What Holly
woou' Robert Montgomery u u.
i wight liisenaower, resident :V
the U.S., ihe'singmg cop -. hi.
Regan,, is to Davm McDonald,
president of the Unkeu o.eei o.eei-workers,
workers, o.eei-workers, in a cold propaganda
war wnich is aosoiuteiy expect expected
ed expected to stop the pouring of hot
steel for six! weeks uus sum summer.
Notice of Regan's great Irish
tenor voice is not entertainment
news for the moment. It's strike
news. There was little doubt ol
that among some of us who
spoke to that debonair "man of
steel," David McDonald, here the
otiier day.- iUCDonaiu will sead
woru along to those wno make
85 percent of America's steel
mat n icre iiv new tonu.ti
by nndnigiit june -av, mere wui
oe nu litu ytwtu u) Xi.ui.
io cona.c, no wont. i h a i
was Mcionuu's woiu. f stie
Will be- liu vOa.yOu.iXleili uc
cause of icusiou oiuu
cause li laeie i a sviue' we in
austry wiu wave lorceu us ijDiO
McDonald knows the country
mUst o' iftpreu ioe Mica -walkout
Oi jw.iaiu meu ahu Ac Ac-Uouaiu
Uouaiu Ac-Uouaiu iir a una in titiuU '.
meuiuaouo new man vomparec
witn me irfcuuuaiu of piu, new newly
ly newly certain oi iuuhui, uewiy us us-lug
lug us-lug oiu Jo.in juewui-iau oarua
anu tneatnes. Not toe least oi
these is x-nu negan s voice
wmcn is exptcieu .o tint me u-
mon's name anu Qjjecuves inio
ine hearts ot over iw.m.wo ra ra-aio
aio ra-aio listener tuese next tew
I'nia Is beinff done with a riar.
ing expaniiioii oi radio time pur purchasing,
chasing, purchasing, itegan, who is tue nr.
entertainer to be sponsored
commercially by uuiou. now
sings ana chatters his weekly u-
nlou program over jOO ta..ons
reaching into every state, 'inese
are the firi oi wuat are exoeci-
ed to grow to 2,500 wi hin a
month or so.
The cost is negligible to the
national oificc in I'utsourgii. The
15-mlnute programs of three
songs, some gay lines and a two two-minute
minute two-minute traue union talk 'by Mc
Donald are sponsored in each ci
ty, by the locals there, if the U-
nlted Steelworkers tried to buy
straight network time, it would
cost millions. But with the lo localsand
calsand localsand thtre are 3,200 of
them sponsoring each show, the
cost runs less than $50 a week
in many j.-eas.
The regional locals coordinate
their broadcasts. Jim Griffin, a.
here the other day
His local sets its broadcast for
one part of the week, while
nearby units use other davs so
the program appears to be
blanketing the area daily. Thus
it won't be missed by the dial
turners who don't ca ch any one
When the radio show is tied
up with the vast newspaper ad advertising
vertising advertising campaign, the nation is
almost completely saturated. The
i Steelworkers won't run out of
waier, wo. ; w .$35,000,000 in asets and t
anyone living in the lovely La Cresta" ara. JcnowtlfyPtW, nave 'niuch
t up early if you want a shower. Furthermorllyou plan to JoUl of $70,000,000 Mel
IOU can aaa one more Uiriy culiier iv uic uiiS.iiiu 'tnonV linrfr nv rirrnm.t.n..
wrings of thePanam. City government. C.U it th. La Cresta St- ;JJ e XHoTe
ry, w wamst, u. ,$35,000,000 in asets and the lo-
What will they fight for?
First, there'll be a great propa
ganoa drive tor the nree-month
City officials, fumbling as usual, built a big storage tank to sup- regular-annua'-vacation plan, v
Dly water to La Cresta hemes. It's really efficient, overflowing all bout which McDonald has talk
night and empty all day. The water problem has been with us for
years, but is getting worse.
give your plants a drink during the day, fill the bathtub and every
available container in the house at dawn. Because, by 8 a.m., there
;hist ain't no water.
What a stupid situation to have -beautiful new homes, equipped
with every possible modern convenience. But from the shiny spigots,
there is no old-fashioned water.
Even the people of Pompeii had a better system than this. May Maybe
be Maybe some of the Panama officials should take a tour' to Italy, where
the excavations have uncovered miles of pipes leading from moun mountain
tain mountain streams to every home. They might learn something.
Methinks that perhaps some Panama government official owns
stock in a deodorant company, and is subversively promoting the
sales. Lucky we don't depend on the water tap for drinking.
mi huwiij iii,ii.w..L.ii.i.i ii
, M frit 7
t f- I
ed so frequently. What he has
not revealed is that he exnects
to hit the big companies with a
demand that they take the mon money
ey money for such vacations out of the
huge workers pension funds
which the corporations adminis
"McDonald expect to make
auite an impact with the ,chsr2e
that one of the bi xteel outfits
drew some $500,000,000 out of i's
pension fund to buiW one of It
vast new automated worlf and
then repaid the fund. Point here
Is that there never r''r 1 r
need 'or all the cash to be lying
So why not tice a'l his ldl
monev to snbsidl7i tie hre hre-month.
month. hre-month. vaeatioi a sort o
early installment plan payment
on eventual retirement? There
will be every other conceivable
demand with the m play for
more cash, high jobless bene
fits, aid to the 200,000 unemploy
ed and a big new medical care
Up to strike time, thi will be
a nronaeanda wr. Phil Kean
will sing and will see that Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald gc before thoe TV
cameras just right for the big
This Is a new era on the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial fron w've oh'fed from
the jnuscle to the mind.
X VI ,l IJ .', i
NEA SenricA, Inc.
BishoD Fulton J. Sheen has re
sumed his sparkling telecasts. He
is gifted with the ability to ex
press high spiritual concepts with
f. 1- l -x ---Ii- t t: L.
A tuuen ui wit. xui tKusumm uaa
never deserted him... Some time
ago Bishop Sheen addressed a
group of teachers and nuns at the
CoUeee of St Francis. Following
his talk he requested written ques
tions from the floor. The nuns
gasped when the Bishop read one
.of the queries: "Would you pleaso
use your miiuence witn me winn
er Superiors to allow the nuns to
watch you on television?"
He. responded: "Mother Supe
riors everywhere, please let your
nuns see my program. I am just
humble instrument. The good
Lord rode into Jerusalem on an
s and He can go into television
on one." .. ..
In case you wondered why they
employed a "live" sequence in the
first part of the hour-and-a half
r or wnom tne ueii toii on
television...The reason is a cutie
..The episode was the lovevscene
between Maria Schell and Jason
Robards. Jr ... It was done to
protect possible subsequent use of
the tape... Lawyers lor all sides
claimed the contracts prevented
re-runs.. .But just to make sure
the pivotal scene was shot "live"
.Double protection... rape mas.es
no sense without it.
Diane Varsi .made headlines a-
Eain ;last week by quitting Holly
wood.. iShOrtly after ner initial suc
cess in Movietown this talented
young newcomer needed doctors.
She lost her new husband and nev never
er never resDonded to the lure, again.
Ironically, Miss Varsi played her
last role on TV as "The Ding a-
Ling; Girl"... Playhouse 90 staged
it... The show dealt with a youni
beauty, who gives up fame ana
fortune in flollywood after a per persona)
sona) persona) tragedy and returns to a
smsU town to raise her little son
...That's what Diane told repor reporters
ters reporters she planned doing With her
Success doesn't always come
overnight in show-business. ..Some ..Sometimes
times ..Sometimes it takes ten years. ..As Tony
Bennett will tell you.. .Ten years
of playing dives, sleeping in 'night
clubs and theatres, borrowing a
few dollars to get to the next town
...Then one of your recordings gets
hot.. .Reviews are good ... People
come to hear you sing and the
price goes up.. .Third-rate becomes
second-rate and your career be begins
gins begins to build ... Bennett's talent
grew with his experience 1959
figures to be his most prosperous,
biggest find- busiest year His
bookings include 16 top club dates,
an Australian tour, three albums,
a. dramatic role in a movie and
And with his old nose yet!
. '.' t 'i
"I'VE HAD NO DREAMS 'i Dark-haired Bobby Sullivan, 1
. I, Is embraced by his grendmother, Mrs. Margaret Murphy, In
'Chicago. The boy was one of eight survivors of an air crash in
, New York which killed 65, including his pareaU And Iwo sistari,
t.- fr'ii 11... ...i.i- r . 1 1 i .1 . .
it mi wiui mis. murpnjr pnv ner nuiuano, wuscpa. Aiwut mm i
Jff1c.?gbjy.llid "I've bed na dreams of what happened."-
Pope John made-the magazine
covers again. After his election
one of the first democratic Urines
taflS ffifiewiKff )?!
Pope, Leo XII did that m;1825 ...
He called the prisoners before
him and asked each: "Why were
y(iu jailedf"...They all protested
their innocense, except one man.
"Holy Father," said the wild-eyed
one faUing on his knees, '.I wan a
forger and an assassin, and I am
here to expiate my crimes."
His Holiness smiled at the war warden:
den: warden: "Let this rascal go at once.
I do not wish that his presence
corrupt all these gallant gentle gentlemen!"
men!" gentlemen!" If you plan visiting. Ciudad Tru Tru-jillo,
jillo, Tru-jillo, be prepared to be secretly
photographed... Everyone entering
the Dominican Republic is "shot"
by a camera concealed at th air airport
port airport ... An official tells tourists:
xuiii aiuuiiu, limit up auu icau
than sign".. .The sign says: "Car "Carry
ry "Carry Your Identity Card At All
Times"...By getting you to look
up they get your entire front face
...The Big Idea: In the event any anyone
one anyone attempts to assassinate Tru Tru-jillo
jillo Tru-jillo (and a witness gives police a
description) they can riffle the
tourist pictures and arrest the
Homer Croy's book, "The Star
Maker" (about pioneer movie mak
er D. W. Griffith), reveals that
Griffith worked on a stage play for
51 years. ..That he died broke and
cowboy star William S. Hart left
an estate of $1,700,000.. .His seven
greatest films were "The Birth of
a Nation,7" "I n t o 1 e r a n c e,"
"Hearts of the World," "Broken
Blossoms," 'Way Down East,'
'Orphans of the Storm" and "Isn't
life Wonderful" ... Griffith was
quickly forgotten, yet he made IS
stars and launched 12 more on film
careers.. .When he died ten years
ago a Los Angeles newsnauer
besdltoed'Aged- FiW'Man Pass
AD !U m a .tl .....11 t.
vo. ,.i. hbb nut wen euuugu
known to rate his once famed name
in a headline.. .Only four H'wood
personalities came to pay their
respects: Mae Marsh, Cecil B. De De-Mille,
Mille, De-Mille, Mary Pickford and direc director
tor director John Ford...When the editors
reaUzed he was "important" they
gave the funeral a better niiv
ffhla attractettmwfr stars to make
rru BppearancA- ai me services
SALES SERVICE & PARTS:
a Perfection Kerosene Stoves
Tbor Washing; Machines
Orundig Radio v v
a Garrard Changers
a Humbert-Raleigh Cycles
a Stenorette Dictating Machines
a Torpedo Typewriters
a Minato Sewing Machines
a Murphy-Richards Irona
a Perpetnon Ebner Changers
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
No. 26-109 Central Ave. Calidonla
- WASHINGTON Most 'people
watching tie welcome given to
Prime Minister MacmiUan forgot
the welcome given 1 the first Brit
ish Prime Minister" to Visit Amer American
ican American shores. Comparison -between
the two sheds important light on
the world's constant; i sometimes
discouraging search for peace.
It was just 30 years, ago-i that
Ramsay MacDonald son, of
Scottish servant girlr came : to
Washington and: sat baX logwith
Herbert Hoover at.;bis,-Rapiaati
fishing camp. His arrival creat created
ed created a sensation. .
This was not' because he -ad
once : been refused passage to
Stockholm as -Socialist, not be because
cause because he was once .deported from
Belgium as a pacifist, and not be be-cause
cause be-cause he was the first Socialist
Premier of England. .-
His visit caused a sensation be because'
cause' because' he was the first British
Prime Minister to come to tne
United States and because his
coming climaxed a Jong effort to
bring closer 'understanding be between
tween between what were then two jrival
and frequently antagonistic na nations.
tions. nations. ...
Every British prime 'minister
since then hat come to the United
States, some of them half a doz dozen
en dozen times The exchange of Presi Presidents
dents Presidents and Prime Ministers across
the Atlantic has become so com commonplace
monplace commonplace we pay little attention
However, in the march- toward
peace, it's important to remem
ber that the United States' 'w a s
once Just as bitter toward th
British Empire" as we ar tndv
toward the Soviet Union.
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Only Homer Croy wasn't fooled.
Movleville's annual envelope-o
pening gala the Academy Award
eh'mrli ...III er
ouiuuig win suun oner us cus customary
tomary customary glitter, hoopla and yaket-
ly-yas. 11 win oe a big night for
Oscar, and Co.. ..Oscar, vnu insv
be astounded to learn, was born
"n a iameciow.?wnen. the Acade Academy
my Academy f Motion Picture Arts and
sciences was organized, a group
of movie execs had a meeting to
decide on the symbol of achieve achievement.
ment. achievement. Art, director Cedric Gibbons
sketched the figure on a' table tablecloth
cloth tablecloth and it was. later made into
a baby statue bv sculntnr r.onro.
StanleXf Oscafejitandsiten inches
tall, weighs seven pounds and his
cAienor is goia ptate. He costs a a-bout
bout a-bout $100. Nevertheless, the value
of Oz at the box-office has been
estimated at over $1 million.
.mu04 Frank" w
undoubtedly be one" of the year's
memorable films. The 15-year-old
author of, the classic diary was
one of the manv virtim. .t
famous Belsen concentration camp.
j 1 1 "1 """"ors 01 the Hell
of Belsen has recalled the follow follow-ing
ing follow-ing heartbreaking Incident: "I can
still see Anne Frank tni.n k..
the door, watching a grouo of nab
vU ,UuU8 gius Deing snoved along
L cremat"7. Anne watched
k.-' wSpw- Ana she wept
when we filed past Hungarian chil children
dren children waiting, twelve hours naked
under the-rain, for their turn to
IXaj "t ?as cnamber. Ann
vjicu. 1MO& at tneir .,i..n cu.
tears left." 1 U ,d no
Jayne Mansfield is giving an ac accurate
curate accurate portrayal of Javno m..
field In "The Sheriff of FracW
Jaw" flicker. Th. HinH. n:U.
"!v'r.nbefn xactly hy- When she
was an unknown, she called the
casting bureau at Paramount and
came right to the point. "I have
Ulent and beauty," .he said, "and
1 want to be a star. What do I
do? ..Her springboard to fame
" SL?'3L ow, "Will Sue-
" v"u aock nunter?" Her a
faun sciil ner 10 rnp nrnHn.. t
read for them. Before she started
kiS" 8 ,ne tripped down to a
.11. aiuuon of the marital
alliance between Marlon Brando
uu Anna ftasna became official
as iwce wnn sne sued for di divorce.
vorce. divorce. Brando, who was unable to
find unity in his own home, re
cently proclaimed: "Today East
is West, and those who don't ac accept
cept accept that, or ara Iffrmr.nt nl !.-
fact, are the footdra
civilization, and will be sorclv
uuaiereu ana. scarred when that
realization comes to oa
In other words," it's easier to tell
me wona now to live than fird
love. East and West may some some-day
day some-day be united but them u nn tr,..
in the struggle involving Adam
This newsman, scored a scoop
for the Baltimore Sun on the fact
that Ramsay MacDbnald was coca cocaine
ine cocaine to the United State in Horn.
ber 1929 a scoop which was
promptly and officially denied.
When it turned out to be true,
however, I was" given, as a re reward,
ward, reward, a trip to New York, to coy coyer
er coyer the Prime Minister arrival.
At that time, "Big Bill"
Thompson had been repeatedly e e-lected
lected e-lected mayor of Chiea en nn a nlat.
form of "Down With The King Of
iMigiana, wmie tne New York
Herald Tribune had been accus accusing
ing accusing its own Republican Presi President
dent President of "sidetracking nffirir w
ignorant diplomats" in the mat-
ter of a naval agreement s with
England. Anglo-American rivalry
ranged, from bitter to keen.
So it created something of a
sensation when th Prima Mini..
ter. of England, greeted by the:
iiiBu mayor 01 New York said:
I come on a mission of peace:
. .Whenever the work r0f ,the
world bM Mf be deme, we Wtl
found side .by? side' rloing it
Later,, the., Prime Minister
mounted the rostrum of the
wouse of Representatives where
Aum, airueorge Cockburn had
mumped nis muddy boots in 1814,
brandished the Speaker's cavel
and shouted: "Shall this harbor
of Yankee democracy- h hum.
edp All for 1 say aye!"
jjui m mis other Brttoti'i
voice, vibrant with emotion add
brimming with noetrvi; hart wrnnw
from his audience a greater re
sponse than the storm of "ayes"
which, greeted Cockburn a centu
ry earlier. r
Yet even in October, 1929, the
lowara Deiter,-unpsr;staftajUJg'; was
not easy. - :
When MacDonald proposed to
dismantle all British bases in
Canada. Bermuda, and the West
Indies, his cabinet in London a-
bruptly and bluntly overruled him.
And when President Hoover ; a-
greed to curtail constsraction?- of
big cruisers,:' j his pdmirals : plus
tne big navy clique in Congress
-Today; big naval vessels are
largely passe; British naval bas bases
es bases in American waters have been
turned over to the United State,
and the alliance between the U U-nited
nited U-nited States and its onetime ene
my i one of the firmest in hlsto-
ry. J - a x t
" But it was not always thus. And. :
the point to be considered is not.
only the encouraging fact that re
lations between r 1 va 1 : English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking nations can be Improved,
but the vqiiestion" of M Jether they,
can likewise be improved witi
Russia. i i
f--. : jri? fi -.
- WAR WITH RUSSIA
In the last few weeks; the pres president,
ident, president, the Congress,, and the press'
have been talking openly of the
Possibility nf war with Wnxli
However, let's take a look: at his
' We have' fought', two 'major 'major-wars
wars 'major-wars with England, pone with Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. During our prolonged Civil
War,' when President Lincoln fear feared
ed feared the British fleet would' attack
New York, he sent a special en envoy
voy envoy to St. Petersburg and secur secured
ed secured the protection of the Russian
British enmity, against-.us for
almost 100 years stemmed from
essentially, the same -reason as
our .current enmity toward Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. ";.,, : ijii'iil V; '"
I) We had created a new republi
can form of i government ., -which
threatened the, crowned heads of
Europe. We," were considered; dan-'
gerous revolutionaries, fomenteri
of democracy, a menace to Brit British
ish British colonialism. y t -The
British and -French even
conspired to send Emperor Max
imilian ,to Mexico ;n order to in invade
vade invade the United States when, we
were weakened by the Civil Wir.
Today we consider the Soviet
brand of government equally dan dan-gerous;
gerous; dan-gerous; thoueh a check;c-f the h'a h'a-tory
tory h'a-tory books, shows that .our cur current
rent current fears pf jf bmmimism rar im
worse thanj, piQnarcfiJcal ?,jAM of -republicanism.
v. tH RinsM
Thus, the sweep of h iai or
changes. the' globe. k And 4he- ones-:
tion is; Can the' sweep of history
change our present dangerous re relations
lations relations with a new and powerful
nation which is challenging us in
exactly fitbe: sameV-manner we
(bauenged. Englandj?! -tt,
: Can k meetins:. between Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev and Eisenhower-begin to do
What Herbert Hoover and Ram Ramsay
say Ramsay .MacDonald did when they
sat on a lpg at the Rapidan? Cn
we have, a series of meeting with
Russian leaders sim'lar to those
wh British Prime ...Ministers1
' Only tlm will tell. B't t ime
already tellf that progress uo the
stee hill toward, better ? under under-standinj!
standinj! under-standinj! .depends on how hard
we vork at it.
FAMILY RSCAPfS INJURY
' xuavosuKA, Japan (UPI) -Nine
persons, including seven
members of a U. S. Navy family,
escaped injury ..yesterday when a
lire destroyed a quonstt hut home.
iTh fl nf four nr
!; have. flown. .oyey the? tr
. ..-id.u '.1?
claimed is: im by Re
ert Cavellet" Sieur.de 1
and hit followers, for France.
A secret pact to 1762 gave the
"area to. Spain. On Nov. 30,
1803. it was given back; to
France and for 2ft day wat
French territory aain v
noleonl ieftrin -rie would b
unable to hold it against Eng English
lish English attack sold it to the, VS.
for 15 million dollars. During
the War Between the States
the Cofifederate flag flew, there.!
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GehuineMMETHYSTS pfr fiiftlft J0.90
Genuine TOPAZES per Korat i
' Price in U.S.A; 'Perlkaroti,'-2.00
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Genuine AQUAMARINES perkarat: $3.50
' Prisi'in;.UlA: pirKbqt:l,$7.50'
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Twenty -nine entries representing
iU.S. Army .Caribbean have been
; :sent to if uremberg, Germany to
- compete In the 1959 All-Army Pho-
tography Contest which will be
i conducted May i to 6, v,
Selection of winners in the coa
, mand contest was made at the
: Fort Clayton Service Club, where
t judges debated the merits of more
Jtban 100 photographs. Members of
the panel were" Cleveland Soper,
Kodak Tropical Research Labora Laboratory;
tory; Laboratory; Rene Wolf, Panama "photo "photographer,
grapher, "photographer, andjCSLaXlair, offi offi-.
. offi-. v Jcial Panama' Canal Co, photo.'
' STapher. ? V"-
-They chose first, ..- second and
" third places in both black and
' white -and s&cblor transparency
groups fori cash awards. Honor-
able mention certificates, were giv giv-'
' giv-' en to 10 additional black and white
pictures and 12 olor shots,: which
will loin the winners in represent
. ing USARCARIB. V
- A Port Clayton soldier. Sp6 Ion
aid E. Martin of the Chemical
; Corps. Tropic Test Activity proved
to ie the outstanding competitor.
He took four cash awards and two
honorable mentions,, C VJ.
Martin's ''Follow : Me' photo-
graph in the military life catego category,
ry, category, placed first in the black, and
ItrkU:1 MnAilK t11nilAl lit 441 Atlrrk
arid Ready," a portrait of an igua iguana:
na: iguana: by Ma j. William E. Daily of
Fort Kohbe,1 Third place was a
warded to Martin's ''Fair Wear
A prize winner in the 1957 All-
Army Photography Contest, 2nd.
tt. .Paul R. Ellis Jr., of Fort Clay Clay-tort,
tort, Clay-tort, took first place in the color
transparency f groups with ?'CohW-
a'erial' team which 1 performed at
Armed Forces Day; Second place
was; awarded to' Martin for 'Watch
jpk me t worm uo yj wmcn pic pictures''
tures'' pictures'' bis son1 and aojrwafchiris i
stiin 'transit the' iPanamrf ACinitfl
Martin also tied for third '''pla'cel
w.tn srq Martin' Pestan' Jri' of
Fort Kobbe; whose "Old Panama"
scared honors with Martin's "Hi
photographers whose black and
vj'Jite photographs were awarded
mnorADie mention included: sgt.
Robert S. Jennings' of FortSCobbe
lcr-TAH Mine"; Pfc.' Frank Kho
sowski of Fort s Clayton. ""Water
and Light". and M-Set. Dohald R
Kloe of Fort Gulicky 'Pesky Ant"
and 'Hi." Two additional entries
of Martin, "Fidelity" and 'U I-
yy m mvv'mtmmmmm'm'm' j.u.ii.wuuu,.iu.i nmnmmm ,
& , ' a JL
' :;":;'klv iPtMz
Of Permanent Cairn
GLASGOW ,' Scottand '"(UPI)-
HtfghstMi Hiyntrd McBain
roamed the Scotush .mgnianas
yesterday in search of a perma permanent
nent permanent cairn (memorial) for the
dan he now heads. -McBain
became McBain of Mc
Bain .Thursday, new chieftain of
the clan which never qujte re recovered
covered recovered from the Scottish rebel rebellion.
lion. rebellion. McBain told the Glasgow
Herald he planned to correct this.
Edinburgh's1 Lord Lion Court,
which rules on affairs involving
Scottish clans, heraldy and peer peerage
age peerage titles, approved McBain, a
Chicago businessman, as the new
chieftain. He had petitioned for
the title when his counsin-
chieftain stepped down because
lie had no male heir.
McBain said he would hunt
through Inverness Shire to find
the ancestral land of the- Clan
McBain. McBains in Scotland fell
On hard times after the rebel rebel-lion:
lion: rebel-lion: :': k '"
tMcBaln said he would buy and
.endOTTthe cairn to insure that all
future .McBains had their own
wee "Wt orScoHam.; ritJwiu oe
given flto the clan witi:ch;'I intend
to organize again," jh said.'-;
COMO. Italy f (TJPI Sight
seeing Giuseppe' Boijyinl got too
eloseiPolice saldoday the
Milan iadustrlalisteage4. hit high
powered sportSv.,car too dhse to
the edge of the road 'overlooking
LakevCpmo.. The car nosed; over
the edge, fell 600 feet tto rocks
below and bounced Into; the deep
CONTEST WINNERS Brig. General Milton L. Ogden, VS. Army Caribbean deputy command- lake' Bonvln 1
ing general, distributes checks to three winners in the USARCARIB potojpcCoM v - .tfftr(.1
whose entries are amosg those representing the command in All-Army competition. From
left are Sp-6 Donald E. Martin of Fort Clayton,, who took four cash awards and two honorable
mentions; Sfc. Martin Pestana, Jr., Fort Kob)e, who plffced tljiird in the color transparency
category 'and Maj William E. DaUy of Fort Kobbe, second priwwinneir in the black and wtiil
group who also, had four honorable menti6n(U'Arj;fhto);i :
smttt 'aaaWeSs;,'1 4ncT-tour "oth- MArcadeH; Pestana with "Sunset IB contest was high and that
er ohotoeraDhs by Daily. 'Linda,
"Debbie," "Plying Glass,' and
"Becky,' were also, given honor honorable
able honorable mention.
In the color transparency group,
honorable mentions,, were won by
Pfc"; Roland Jordehl of An Antilles
tilles Antilles Com mand USARCARIB
with The Adventurer," "The Im
matureness of Nature," and "The
Simple and the Beautiful"; Capt.
Donovan M. Beadle, Antilles Com
mand, with "Old San Juan" and
at Portobello" and 'Santa Maria
at San Lorenzo"; Sp4 Paul C. Lea Lea-vitt,
vitt, Lea-vitt, Fort Clayton, with 'Boque 'Boque-te":
te": 'Boque-te": Kloe with "China Doll" Pfc.
Dwight F. Ringhausen,, Fort Gu Gu-lick,
lick, Gu-lick, with .VSunhght in Shadow");
Sp4 David E. Platts, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, with "A:San Blas Visit"; apd
Pfc John L. Langill, Antilles Com
mand, with "After the Storm Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. Judges stated that the quality
of pictures in the 1959 USARCAR-
choice of winners, especially m
the color transparency group, was
The United States Army. Europe
Will be the host command" for the
Department 'of the, Array, pohtst.
sponsored by tne Adjutant Gener General.
al. General. Judging at Army level will be
XwMgY-'v '-V1- -"?' V
-? ", : I - W v- $
;-'K, 1 yt jm $ I -V" s vm r 1 ;
mm -""'"' BMf-lAl. ,-.m ,. ,,,1
''FOLLOW ME li "This Shot by Sp-8 Donald E. Martin of the Chemical Corps Tropic Test
Activity, took first place, in the black and, white category of the U.S. Army Caribbean Photo Photography
graphy Photography Contest. (U.S.' Army Photo)
Largest Reshuffle In 3iDecaHes
Expected In House Seats Mext Year
states' face lossxof House seats
because of population shifts and
the granting of statehood to Alas Alaska
ka Alaska and Hawaii, it was disclosed
a uensus Bureau projecuon
the results of next year's census
showed that California is expected
to pick-op sevens of the 19 seats
lost- by other states. Florida
would gain four.
These results- could be chanced.
of course, by the actual noseH third
count of the population which
starts April 1, 1960. '
But if the experts are right, it
will be the biggest 1 reapportion
ment of House seats in 30 years.
The 193D census produced a 27-
seat snift, .but that reflected 20
years of population changes since
no census was taken in 1920.
The reshuffle, of House seats
will take effect with the 1962 elec elections,
tions, elections, The first presidential elec elections
tions elections affected will be in 1964.
Each state gets one presidential
electoral vote for each represent representative
ative representative and Senator.
The new projection was madtf
public by Rep. John Lsinski (D (D-Micli.).
Micli.). (D-Micli.). He is, chairman of the
House post office and civil serv service
ice service subcommittee on census and
It showed that Hawaii, down for
one representative when it enters
me union next lau, will get a
second one in the I960 census.
This will give the Islands a great
er voice m congress man Dela Delaware,
ware, Delaware, Nevada, Vermont, Wyoming
or Alaska. -,
According to-th projection, Cal California
ifornia California will gain seven House
seats. This would' put it into sec second
ond second place with 3TaWWithm hail hailing'
ing' hailing' distance eft New York which
wUl drop to 0 seats a loss of
Pennsylvania. .now. tied with
California with 30 seats, would
lose three seats, dropping back to
turd place with 27,uunois
bold itss present' 254 seats.
Texas would lean into fifth
place ahead of Ohio, the "mother
of presidents.! Trx would gain
two Hawse seats, "r a total of
24. Ohio wroiid hold her present
Michigan would strengthen its
hold on seventh place with a gain
of two house seats, raising her to total
tal total to 20. i
These top seven states would
then control 210 of the 268 elec electoral!
toral! electoral! votes t necessary tq win the
In addition to New Yo
held in five ategories.portraits,
sports and action, mili military
tary military life, seenie, and experimen experimental,
tal, experimental, in both black: and, white and
color, transparencies.- Awarus WJU
be-m-ade t th first three plate
winners and to five honorable
mentions in each category, a to total
tal total of 80 place and 50 honorable
Of the winners, 100 top Army
entries will compete in the Eighth
Interservice Photography Contest,
to., be judged Jn m:LVc9t
awarded tolitsCthrou'gh n (
place, winners arid five honorabl?
mentions in both groups.
Pennsylvania, the House seats ex
pected to be eliminated by the
new census are two Arkansas,
two in Massachusetts- and one
each in Alabama, -Georgia, Iowa,
Kansas; maine, Minnesota, Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, North Carolina and West
Only six states Calif ornia. Flor
ida, Hawaii Miohigaa,!, Texas and
WASHINGTON (TJPT The Post
OFFICE Department is determined
to lick patrof complaintsthat'H
takes two or three days t fel,i
letter delivered that was ; maiiea maiiea-;
; maiiea-; within a radius of 20 miles.
Postal officials have deVised
so-called metf opolitan aies p'air
L which they claim assurerr letter
writers next-day dUvrf ;wiMUi
thir towns and surroundings
Under the aew routing pcogsan,
th big city. central poaUffice
are by-passdaiid maiKdestined
for nearby areas is relayed to
satellite postal statkQsct'40S statkQsct'40S-centration
centration statkQsct'40S-centration centers."
So far, the Ulan has Jfeea pat
in operation ifl9 U.S. areas serv serving
ing serving 59,000,000 persons. B? the end
of June, the plain will be ex expanded
panded expanded to cover 22 more big met
Ultimately, the department ex-
pects to broaden the programed
between 80 and 90 metropolitaa
rr!- : jm
Arizona are expected togatt
House seats. Although -1 RoM
seats would be lost, only 17, would
be gained. This is so bect'tose1 the
new reapportionmnt will'"feduc
the House to its permapeiit'043
Alaska's admission on JAj'
raised it temporarily to a .record
high 436. Hawaii will temporary
make it 437.
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W -maK Joar-vith',jeU$fnts ptf i Wt mortgages
'J; v. v or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
f CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
fdeposits.are,accep.tcLtbru.a period f
of 48 weeks I
Individual s&fety deposit boxes, for jewelry
' ' documents;, In 4 different l'zig
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TRADITIONAL EASTER BONNET PARADE
TOMORROW AT PANAMA HILTON HOTEL
5 An EAlter Bonnet Parade U planned for tomorrow at
the Cabana Club of the Panama Hilton Hotel.
'-AU ladles from Panama and the Canal Zone art invited
to"prtlcipate. Prisei for the moit beautiful andmoit orig origin!
in! origin! bonnets will be awarded. M
X apeclal Easter barbecue will be served, and dance muilc
will be provided by Clarence Martin.
' Plena April Luncheon
For -an American Day
Thl Hospitality Com mlttee of
the v later-American Women s
Club-will have a luncheon meeting
Tuesday, April 14, at 12:30 at the
Union Club. The event will be an
observance of Pan American Day.
Entertainment will be provided
by Panama organist Lucho Ai Ai-carraga.
carraga. Ai-carraga. Those requesting reservation
should call the club office.
Bunny Hep Dance
At Cristobal 'Y'
a. Hunnv Hod Dance this eve
ning at 8 at the Cristobal YMCA
will open a weeKeau iu n
activities on the Atlantic Side.
Special Easter stunts and games
Will highlight the entertainment
On Easter Sunday, coffee and
doughnuis will be served during
the Java Hour at 8:30 a.m. A
Hospitality Hour will be held in
the "Y" auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the tiiris bervice u.
ganization will attend eacn
fttfirement Par y Tonight
Mr. and Mrs. La Brsnct
Mr an Mrs. Willie La Braneei
"Will be guests of honor at a re retirement
tirement retirement party this evening at
the Gamboa Golf Club. The par par-tyiis
tyiis par-tyiis being hosted by Mr. La Bran Bran-Cefs
Cefs Bran-Cefs colleagues and friends from
the Dredging Division of. the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
thlisted Men's Club
Has Smorgasbord, Darwa
Activities today at the Fif Fifteenth
teenth Fifteenth Naval District Enl.Mr
Men's Club will include a smor smorgasbord
gasbord smorgasbord at 5 p.m. in the Beach-
i m 5 garden-fresh vegetables
Ik s Ji f i r r' i i naaaam rt -m. ttt:.. V
f : I l'1?; t ZX. 0,r mr AiArnym flavor. Jl
Kv; ; V .rwV
l i 1 1. rX-'K 'U VEGETABLE SOUP S
I ; 21 kinds Of Campbell's Soups ... so much enjoyment in each.
n .i r i 7. L..J L
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combers Room. Men are invited
to bring their families.
At 8 this evening, a dance is
To Make Hospitals
Safer For Patients
NEW YORK, March 28-(UPI)
Doctors hive developed a eerm-
killing formula to made hospitals
safer, it was announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The formula was found to be
more than 80 percent effective
in distroying staDhylococcus and
o her hospital bacteria which
have become amajor problem in
recent years, killing scores of in infants
fants infants and adults across the na nation.
tion. nation. The bacteria have become
resistant even to new drugs used
in trating the infections they
Dr. Perrv Hudson, fhlef of 'he
urology service at Francis De De-lafleld
lafleld De-lafleld Hospital, said the germi
cide, tested over an eight-months
period, was placed 'n sol"'ifis
u?ed to clean hospital floors,
wal's, windows, air beds and other
Hudson, who develonefl the .for .formula
mula .formula with two o'her doctors,? istd
ltc active ingredients consist nf
Hudson the formula would
en't 1p than as cents per oa oa-tiont.
tiont. oa-tiont. Hp salrt the rlevHoner
nlannpd to eon'lnue tests for at
! two more ve"" a h n n-nlto'.
nlto'. n-nlto'. par of the Columbia Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Medical Center.
PBS PANAMERlCAt BftOAfiCASTlNG
planned, with Hal Kelly and hit
Rhythm Ramblers providing Wei Wei-tern
tern Wei-tern music.
I titer 1 99 Hunt
At Cert Amatfer
All children, ages one through
ten, from Fort Amador and tne
Fifteenth Naval District, art in
vlted to an Easter Egg Hunt to
morrow afternoon at 4:30.
The event will be held at the
Amador Officers' Open Mess.
Expected To Quit
ROME fUPh Another heart
break war reported in store today
for Princess Soraya. the green-
eyed beauty who wai once queen
She wag meeting today with
Italian Prince Raimondo Orsini,
her constant companion of a few
weeks back, and informed sources
said she was ready to tell him
there would be no marriage.
Soraya arrived in Rome four
days ago with her mother to
spend the Easter holidays and al although
though although her hotel suite was a few
short bio c ks from the Prince's
palace they remained apart.
Rumors of a romance and pos possible
sible possible marriage were in the air
when ihe arrived. Soraya and
Orsini hao eone through a whirl whirlwind
wind whirlwind courtship thai carriH them
in three months from the ski
slopes o' Switzerland to carnival
time in Germany
But they kept discreetly apart
In Rome while Vatican officials
studied the possibility of a mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Word went round it would
be unwise. She is a Moslem and
a divorcee. And she was divorced
hv the Shh of Irn last March
14 for falline to bear him an
heir, a matter of ?reat import importance
ance importance to the royal Orsini family.
6:30 to 7:00 P.M.
All cooked with CampbeU care
S A blow
, 13 Mammoth
; 14 Operatic solo
IS "My Gal
5 A excuse
7 Mai de
16 North and
20 Birdi' hornet
11 oil and
U the tablt
26 Heredity unit
27 Definite article
32 Bleeps noisily
34 Girl's name
36 Legal matters
37 The spreading
42 Turning part
11 Lad and
It Pertaining to
23 roilow after
I if U It MM i It p III
I ij 3 :
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W mf mww
t f "gr-f
r 1 r
r jt r
! 49 Exaggerates
51 Uncle Tom
53 a heart of
54 de plumt
fis Garden of
87 off in golf
(Prtsente4 ly the Department
of Christian idoeatlon ef the
Iplscepal Church in the Mis Mis-ileary
ileary Mis-ileary Dltctst ef the Panama
Your Bvenlno libit Reading:
St. Matthew 27-.S744
1 OUR ORIAT1ST HOPI
"And there was Mary Ma-gdale-
ne, and the other Mary, sitting
tvar against the sepulchre."
The two Marys were staying
and watching by the sepulchre so
as to anoint the broken body of
Jesus, as a final tribute of love.
In their loving hearts they had,
died with Him, but they were soon I
to rise with Him ana live wun
Sin, sorrow and death are daily
problems that baffle the human
mind. When approached from a
worldly point of vew, there is no
satisfactory answer, and so we
are full of bitterness. The fact of
Sltysical deaithrewflypto a
opeless state of fear.
The true solution is found In ap approaching
proaching approaching them from the side
of a loving God. Having created
His world in a necessarily imper imperfect
fect imperfect state, and having placed with within
in within it a form of freedom that was
necessary for it to develop, He
did not leave it to its own devices.
He continues to sustain it, and has
planted within its heart His Holy
Dauehters of the Resurrec
tion, an auxiliary of the Pari'
imi Christian Mission, will
present an Easter celebration
Monday night commencing at
participating In the program
will be veteran Christian wom
en who consider the Easter
events of special appeal to all
Answer to Previous Punte
23 Baseball 40 Stupid person
ze Macnine pant 41 windy
27 The silent 42 Repetition
42 Roman poet
21 Fishing fry 44 French head
29 Eaaential being 46 Spanish jtr
36 Young taglt
47 Cry of
to Measures of
Spirit that continues to call It to
Its rightful creator.
Not only that, but He has en entered
tered entered into lti life ai a man, giv giv-Ini
Ini giv-Ini us a ellmoaa of what Hie
should be, and freeing that lite
from the terrifying effects of tin,
sorrow and death.
In and through the life, death,
resurrection and death of Our
Lord we are brought out of (ear
and Ignorance, for we are assured
of eternal life. Easter Joy is Etern
al Joy if we but surrender in laitn,
To Lecture Here
Dr. Adolf Meyer-Abich, who
will lecture at the Panama Na National
tional National Museum Friday evening,
April 3, at 8:30 p.m., on "Alex "Alexander
ander "Alexander von Humboldt-Sun Vlda
y Su Filosofta de la Tierra", will
"iYfiJtopPaAamt tlfcat ,M$
morning from Lima, where
win atop on mi way irom tnuc.
A professor of philosophy and
science at the University of Ham Ham-burgo,
burgo, Ham-burgo, Professor Meyer-Abich is
devoting a major portion of his
time to the organization of inves
tigations in Latlon America, set
ting up scientific centers in wiucii
Americans and Europeans coope cooperate.
rate. cooperate. He is one of the Instigators
of the commemoration of the
100th anniversary of the death
of von Humboldt. He is a member
of two groups who have been
workine in Central and South A
merica on various phases of
The lecture, to which the In
terested public Is Invited, will be
sponsored by the Society of the
National Museum of Panama and
the Legation of tht Federal Re
public of Germany. There will be
no admission charge. Professor
Meyer-Ablcli lectured In Panama
By. OSWALD JACOB..
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If you look at all -four hands
you will set that South'! four
spade contract Is a lead pipe
west starts out by cathlnj
two heart tricks and since Us
partner has signaled to come
on he leads a third heart. Dum
my's nine of trumps' la overuff.
ed by Bast's ten but that should
be all for tht defense since Soutn
will fall back on the diamond fi finesse
nesse finesse for his tenth trick and as
you can all plainly see the fi finesses
nesses finesses will work.
When, the hand was actually
layed South managed to go
own. The play started normally
and East led the king 6f- clubs
at trick : four. South took with
dummy's ace end started to run
his trumps. West lost no time
discarding his ten of clubs and
East let go the deuce and Jack
Then East started to throw
diamonds in ascending order ex except
cept except that he held back the nine
and threw away the jack.
Now South had a problem.
Obviously East held the queen of
clubs-did he also hold the king
of diamonds. South decided he
did. went up with dummy's act
and lost the hind.
South had ... swindled himseli.
neatly, if East did hold the king
of diamonds West would have
simply hung on to the club ten
and broken up any club-diamond
sqeeze against East.
Q The bidding hat been:
Ntrik laat Bum weaA
1 IV 1N.T. Pass
2 A Pass T
You, South, hold!
Alt 1 1 VKJI 4)7131 etfll
What do you do?
AlMe. Twe M-tnam)i nlgM
rete tffeetivt bat Wit thaeea
iert ytna wliT Miit&r 'be getUM
fytwealf 1st IrtaMt.
TOD Art QUESTION
Again your partner hat opened
one elub and East hit ovtrealled
with one heart.
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
light rules for tht bride who
honestly wants to be friends with
.her husband's mother
Never speak or tven think of
your husband's mother is your
mother-in-law. If you ilwavs think
of her is "Jlm'i mother" youll
teei closer to ner. t
"-Treat htr from the first with
tht sime I'tiptct end courtesy
ind consideration thit you fhow
your own mother. Mikt Just is
miny illowincii for htr smill
failings ai you i;t willing to
make for your own mother.
Accept tht thingi sht dot! for
you with wholehearted enthuiilim
instead of grudging thinks. And
do the little things you can for
her to show your willingness to
Never criticise the mother of
tht man you married, If she has
faults he doesn't ice, be glad. For
It is Important for a man to have
a high regard for his mother.
If you honestly think that your
mother-in-law is "bossy" go your
Own way quietly until she under understands
stands understands that you ire perfectly cap
able of running your own home
and making your own decisions
Don't be standoffish with your
husband's mother, treating her as
formally II you would a mere ac
qualntance. Let her shire the
love, laughter Ind happiness of
your home as a member of the
family, rather than is a guest
Don't look for slights or hurts
or magnify thou thit come out
of ill proportion. Assume the hurt
or slight was unintentional, instead
of brooding over it.
Don't discuss the faults of
your husband's mother with other
young wives who think they hive
"in-law trouble." That is disloyal.
The more, you criticize the more
antagonistic you wui teei.
Give your husband's mother all
the breaks, afld you'll never be
imttm hup for
Asthma Mi Bronehltli atUek ruin
nd wekken your heart,
lur issD. unaerroine roi
eterte Work throuih rour bleod te
reroeme aathml and brenohitle t t-taoKa,
taoKa, t-taoKa, It htlps dleeolve etranriinc mu mucus
cus mucus and promolM free, easy breath
Int. Mendsco'e ectlrin ts effsctlve area
la old and itubborn caees. Get M.n.
deea. front any drucatora today and
te now much better you lep And
breathe tonlfht, and how Much better
you Will feel tomorrow. Mandate
nthta dieoomforta of AatbJHt, BfWSV
alirlott Brando" hiY ft'a&fged to
slip into Ntw York a coupie ; pf
timet recently Incognito to
everyone hut francs Nuyen.
Bob Hope Is expected to get his
doctors' okiy to make personal
appeirincas with ."'Alin Jesse
Jimes", in leveral cities, Ntw
York and Kinsis City, being
imong the lucky towns on i the
agenda. Impresirloe seeking Ed'
die Fisher's services .rive leirn leirn-ed
ed leirn-ed thit everything his to be okay,
ed by Lit Taylor or they, don't get
that bby .Lini Turner will
mike tht Ntw York tetnt to bil-
lyhott "Imitation of Lift" because
me gen a xai percentage oi roe
Ted WiUlimsr !ohi 1: distance
phone calli from-his spring train training
ing training cimp art aimed at TV ictress
Russell S. Lee.. A Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Is hoping to keepr Junius
Byng (her favorite escort these
diyi) i secret. from Jhe press.
Hi's young, god-looking and
wealthy. .Singer Blllle Holiday,
unible to regain her permit io
work in Gotham night clubs, is
quiting the U.S. 3 permanently,
along with her accompanist. Mai
Wiloron. She'll pity to audiences
in Britain,' Switzerland and
France from now on.
Jine Fromin li recuperating
after her 30th operation since the
World War II plane crash. It in involved,
volved, involved, inserting a bone In her
back. .Few recognized the petite
guest who received such' I' wrm
welcome when she, joined Charles
Boytr't group for dinner at; the
Stork Club the other night, it was
Simons Slmone, tht Brlgltte Bar Bar-dot
dot Bar-dot of Hollywood 20 years 120.
The newspaper merger uniting
fc mornina and evening eatette is
almost at the. signed,, sailed and
delivered sti.Vv-J)ean Martln'i
sudden cancellation of hit Chica Chicago
go Chicago Ches Piree engagement his
the management frinUcilly seer
ing i suitable replacement, ,'
unda March, the Lee Strasberg
student, plans to marry realtor J,
Harvey Rosenthal In Philadelphia
in the very near future. ., .Lenny
Bruce, hotteit of, ill .thefinildt''
comics and darMnfW hW show-'
folk, is coming to the Den fa Ihl:
Duani. He wis a gaa In Chicago,
and tipes of his routines ere s
greet hit at private pirtlei given
by egghesdj. ... j
Gregg and Hor,iet .Dodgt are
in tht good gfteyor tha;-Palmi
Bitch merchinti igilB' because
Mama Dodt;'ettle5 4thel?;.6W,
rope, .Manhattan cafe socialites
invited to All Khan's party at a
midtown restiurint citf tSqulti fig figure
ure figure out the UN Ambasssdors
commercial tie-un with thl eating-
loxY Aia a4 VwAnnk VAApfiiiMak
among other odd tngiei. it aoesn't
seem doiiid it mat nt'a neea tne
loot involved In i rflick stunt on
such I smill idle,;,
When Marilyn Monroe took oft
for Chicago o cnirm exhibitors
of her new flicker, "Some Like It
Hot," the insisted on hiving Mr.
Xtnntth of the Lilly Dichi salon
lecomoany her just to comb her
hair when she arrived wind windblown
blown windblown in the Windy City. It cott
the studio a Wretty penny but
mada her feel iure. .Ell "Wil
lich and his actress wife, Anne
Jsckion, have been asked by Rn
hart Morlev. to co-itir In the 1m-
don production of "Once More
With Feeling." the comedy in
which Arlene Francis is such s
hit on this sid of the Atlantic,
TJodl Lvnn. the beautiful Latin
Quarter showgirl, ii sought-after
by the stMe door Johns but pre prefers
fers prefers to date Ron Merron, a dancer
in the nrerv's revue. .Clark
Gable whizzed in end out of
i t. ...ret ef y CTT
FISH is $o much more delicious when
preparid With MAOO( Tonib SwaV
Mikt fitr tlsatS tattl IISS litlirt.Ue MAOGf Tomsta Sauce for
that "filal south" ta yur tavdrH iishts of staearojii, epaghatti.
fteint, Aeat pf fish. :.-,r' '"'''''
0ll ftlttttl tilt) rise teMSteMmuteksVtCfeiMttoapltstACCl
Tomato Ssiic. Its nsiurti flavtc has beea tthaHeed by the addltloa
'of bUek pepper, hat ptppers, salt
Try tilt itlltltii mil iu( tint;
family will love It because . r
YOU COOK ICTTIR WITH
'ME: VOICE OF
Dorothy : Killgalkn
Gothim the other day, causing
starcely a ripple among the iani
. '.Ralph Wacklni would like to
reopen the defunct Riviera on
Broadway ai a musical snot
ed Jl City,, Joe Giauer naa
flgurtd la the flmnciil negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. -Ql i
French Without Ttarsi a new
bistro opehing on the lower East
Side wlfl call itielf Ches Shapiro
. .Anyone who still believes the
legend thit Western iters ; dont
kiss girls is urged to catch
Warlock" and digllenry Fonda'i
love scenes., with tforwthy Malone.
L Hypnotists Wne big new at attraction
traction attraction in the Las Vegss casino
lounges., (So far they haven't dii.
T ;wy of mesmerlrlDg
the dice). ;.Jun Hvnn'. v"
we1" mirer, Hirold Flnsness,
doesn't hk the weak telephone
connections from Jimaiei, where,
he mikes his heidquirten.V so
he's been flving to Florida at least
once a week to call hit lsriv.in
.Deborah Kerr's friends; and
admirers hope she isn't join
from the frvln nn tA. k T
with the Peter Urtei'Vr.."
.A ghlj: Publicized stripper
sends her fiince $500 a week while
she .tours the; country v and ha
Pb to; become:her
husbiftd!:,,X .Keefe v Brasselle i in in-tends
tends in-tends to produce jnasical dck.
er in London next Fall under the
banner of his own company, Vicar
Production!, Ltd. Tc-h, gil"
World Calr -jShOw-i at Tloosevelt
Raceway in Miy4rilt;:b Jtek.
fi ire c t or Fred Zinneman'g
chedule for i few diys Is
neat tribute to the jet ace.
He's flying to London to finish up
some process shots on "The Nun
IW then, jhe'll ip, to Austra.
liij tft'begin the Giry Cooper pie.
turt. "The Sundowneri., igtimat
ed air miles: over 20,000.
Point 4 Sponsors
oiiicM r; V
Second Li. Alafanrtrn 1R. ; Arant
of the..r5itionil .. Guard traffic
section,., departed .recently for the
United States and Puerto Rico to
participate In a program nn
aonnal arlmlniairittnai.inrt trel.
hlnf. iportsored, snd nrenrM hy
the internitiomi cooperation Ac Ac-ministration
ministration Ac-ministration (Point Four.)
The program has in spproxl spproxl-mite
mite spproxl-mite duration of iix months, two
of which will be spent in the com com-monwealth
monwealth com-monwealth of Puerto Rico, and it
covers two principal sintcti:
1) Personnel Administration'
ind Training; ind 2) trsffic nro nro-olems
olems nro-olems in relation to Bersonhel'!
noise: b) heat: e) clothing: d)
traffic handling teoMiwu'".
highway traffic control; f) Police
Acidemy estsbllshment ind ad ad-minlstritlon)
minlstritlon) ad-minlstritlon) g) llluminitlon and
The training to be given Ara-
ui comes as a result of the traf
fic sextlon's iwirenesS of its res res-oomlbllity
oomlbllity res-oomlbllity for hindlinft 4 traffic
both urbin and opcb roids. Since
almost no highway regulations
exist todsv. Plus the fict thit th
ooenlng of the Pin Americin
Htgnwiy will accelerite the eata.
bliihment of roid patrols, the Ni Ni-tlonil
tlonil Ni-tlonil Guird is snxlous to pre pre-pire
pire pre-pire key personnel to need up
Upon his return, Ariu' nr'i
resoonilbillty will be Initiating
Jtrainini? programs and developing
a personnel system. The present
system is entirely military.
f ATTRDAT, RASCS M 'Cl U
TBI PANAMA AMt&ICAJt AX DDtFtXDtNT DAILY KtWIFAPK
Church of Christ
. Mil attL Ralhna iMi.' it
Bunday UM mi 111 u
I -I pj
oiisToaAl't American Loedoa Hall.
Tmcvkm Bungay a-m. Uw UB
-R.u AMJU: fiouae Me. MM UW
, Ths Unitarian Society. ;
Mton Blvd. and Mamey Flace,
Your Invitation to".'
, all atruja HOBd
Drawl Sail elaiboe. CI
Yamuna aw ataliweri
I.TTu :'- " li:iai aau
IttwIAWa T. ....
HUM fckCU W4dnekUky,..i(
See, MMth ......
fUWt iAFIlBl CHUKCB
Salboa Hticht 0. Z.
, (7,Ancou BoultVard
Drtwn -B- Balboa Jialabti ,..
WUUtn H. BMby. Faitat ;
unay School ............. 9:46 i.m
Mornlnf Wonhip lOiU a.n
Btptlut Tralnlni Union. .... 1:30 p.ra
BvantUitl Sttvlct ........ 7:80 p.m
Prayw MaaUiuL Wdndy. UM p
WM.t Bibla Study tBun
llonday to oiiUi ..... ')
riMi iAftiif caaica
aUrgtriu Avtnut it th Strtat
MtrgkriU. Cantl. Zon -ktv.
WcadaU C Faikn, Piiot
Evantai Worship ........... T: p.m
Prytr Serviced, Wwn4day liOt pre.'
WM.U. IbI 4 3rd rridy
GJL. R.A unbMBu.
' 4liol-t)uioBiiniiinf EvMitUm
" v .'. '. 1 Meeting) t
Major A Mm. W. Blthop
IS February Itratt, Phonal II 30064
11:00 Holinert Meatln
a:00 Bunday Bchool
TiM talviitlon Mcttlni
Knvoy A Mn.,C l ktoMlai
ll:M HollntH Mntlni '
Br. Captain A Mm. H. Grant
14th Btrtat, Phon 31143
n ll.oo kollneM Uaatlng
( B OO Bunday Bchool
, TtSlI Balvatlon Matiinl
J olon third bths'et
r. Captain S. Taylor
ii oo HoiiniM Mcauni
3 00 Sunday Bchool
r T.30 Balvatlon Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, C.Z.
Envoy J, Opt
7:30 fljlvatfon Maatini
Tha Xtv. Oicaf W. OlteA, Paitot
Balboa Itoid at Ban Pablo Strtat
Pattor'i phono I-14M
Church oHIca 1-iUd
iSO a.m. Chureh School TtH but
itrvict. Clauai for all agti.
lOitO tjn. Worahip Btrvlet -Churjh
flma Story Hour for Klndrartn
ana prunary cniioran. -cradli
Roll and Nuraary
and primary Chlldran,
etmuiw nou ana nuriirj v
1:00 B.M-PMt Hlah fatlowahlp.
l:o p.m. 1:00 p.m. Junior High
T:00 pan, Sanlor High allowihlp.
Mrgrlta Av nd Bolivar Hwy.
i Bey. ThajdoTt franklin Pattor
I Fhonaii OHIca. 1-JM. Raa. M4M
140 a.m. unuren mnooi. Bui tervlct
ClaMM! Nunary through adult.
. j 11:00 a.m. MoinlMg Wornhip.
I Niintrvfu lntantt and
1 1:00 p.m. Junior, Pellownhip.,
:ll am vouth ftllownhio.
1 A oompnte tchadula of auxiliary a
uviun ana oiTicim mceTinat aa an1
nounted (rom week to waaa. V
, Devi Wklkrt
1:30 k.m Sunday School
10:40 a m Morning Wo
bffieial meetlnaa and weea-dav tail
vltlM a announced
hiMU I.IMM ChurtkOB i!
rirct Chanh of ChrUt, BeleatlM. AAiod
IIA .1U f.' i;
Sunday Service 11:00 kJn. Sunday
Bchool 1:10 a.m.
k, WednaidW 1:00 pjn. '(
"( seaoing Room 0S Balboa Rbkd Opea
daily except Sunday and hoUdayi from
- l-3? ? J:? J. n4 Ii30 to liOO p.m.
Saturday! 0:30 to 11 & a.m. .-:
Cvenlnf Hourfc aon a.nn m
i k SCIENTIST, Crlntibal .j
All ehurch tervlraa mtiil ha' katil In
the Ground Floor k. uni
temple In Crljtrtf! (next' door ,0 ih
; argania rwrutr. Entrance la on Bal Bal-r
r Bal-r Iboa Avenue through the Arrada
B""u"'j'"rI,D'.,"nl"' a.m. ".' "f1
.wmtnMflav Rvrlli, T..,i..i.ini..
f B l:N o eiock ". "TJ1.
iTundB Sjhool )' nld at BiBB B.rr"
''.t'n'Jto0MHw,n'Jr- Monday 3:00
oV'OO pm, Wedneday,4,00 la Tilt
B.tiM, ... .,..'...... v ....
'.ibu are eoraieuv
Oi aervlcH and to
VP au a,.il. Iti
mvitaa u attend
""tit .f-? ,4
, UMW BT 70 BMBT NMI W IM (MUI and the HfWMl CMa
sawa Been W writing by Wednajtaay eeea at Iht latent ny chantee
-let Ik taming SttMrday'i Iherts) peae. ('
i MMttin, church aeerttariea aad chtplllat are aakee t infera the
) af .Piaaaia ana Celon, fttaublka l aaama'. txtaad a-wakm at aU
Mum H aita aM wamaa a tha armarf imiaa, ana" fa clvilUa Mlth.
'lait, -Mrnit -mi pvumim.- jt :;?fl:"f-'l.--'--$-vs
A public atrvica. Tka Paaaati Aariea lliH alaw ay a'aaamt a'aaamt-.
. a'aaamt-. aaHaiw, aatkn ( baan at warthia 4 wkat taaulat aatWRiai.
. Uitlhat af rrtttti inm ima Una. OaaamlMttaat aaviag
IM at twa aaairaiatlam art HtHd aadai wOthat Caarcha lanrlcat 4
A aaacM M iM)a4a4 fat aarWcat at Army aart. Alt Uttt aaiat
a Naval ataHaM.
Bunday aUaaaai tiOO. gtOa. 10:00 and
Hoty Day Maiaat 14a. I do, UM urn
ad f:00 o.aa,
, Cntdamiaiuii Baturdav. -J0 aa liOfi
ana 1:00 la pa. nturaday, Bafort
run moan im w a:w aa,
auraeuloua ktada Norma i ItM aa
CatochiMa alaau aflat bm liOO auan
imi Sunday, V ,
Hih Bohool Btudy ub 4 JO $m. an
Bunday kUaaaai IM, IM A tM la
Holy bay ouumm! 141 i. and lioo
coniaMionai aapu-aay jb w ioo and
ill t 1:00 Am. ThuraAay aafora rttut
rlday liOO f.m,
Baorad Haarl DavoUaaaf lidB bjb. a
rrTdayt . . -
cataeniHi viiaai alia w 4:tt pa. on
OUB LADt Of fATtMA-Canoda
Sunday Mate at liOO a.m.
Holv Day 14 kM at 1:30 n.aa.
ContaMdoMi liOO la 4:tl pja. aa Bat Bat-urdav.
urdav. Bat-urdav. Catathlam Claaii Saturday 111 B U
ijmw at a:oo a.av
iy Maaaat: .M in.
fonai Saturday liat ta 4:t0 and
liso to f iia.
CataehUaa aait Sunday liOt w 4100
'Mlratulom, Medal Mevanai 1&) p.m
JnatruoUoMI Thuraday 1:00
BT, VINCGNTB Panama City
Bunday Maaica: t:O0 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Da.V Mimmi 1:10 and liOO cm
(it H fall on Saturday tha Maaaea art
ivu ana am a.m. I
Confattionai Batwday lipo loBiOo and
liOO ta 1:00 p.m Thuradaya haiora Pint
Friday M p.m
Miratuioua Mtdai.Novau and Bu Button
tton Button of Bia Cnuui trldiv 1:10 k m.
. Citacbtea Clam After 1:10 hbm ah
Convarf aa. lid p.m. Tiiaaday and
; ST. THERESA'S CoeeB
.Bunday Mam: 4:30 nv
Holy. Da Mm:: l.-oo-am. ill tt rail
m Saturday w(:to a.m. I
Ca(chW Clatai 1:30 ti I N b.m, en
coiuemienai I too to i:io a.m. Bunday.
ST. JOrW BAPTIST Dt U IA1XB
.,, 'Fa'ro,ua Ltfavn
Sunday Mumwi. lito and 1:30 a m.
Waak Uava lo Mnn,. Thiira
t'ri. and Sat titnt Friday. maM! 1:00 a.m
Confaaalanai I -10 ta ailB and tiui Ik
a:00 p4n, 6a Saturday
Mirteuiou Mtaai Npvanii rrioay tmi
catMnura ciami iiao p.m. on Sunday
. 1. rHkSKIt'Bl Boa
Convert Clami Monday fitt p.m.
uhday Mkii! TiOO l.m,
n I nla
ions i aaiuroav a so ib
More rim rrieay ao p.m,,
nliim CUMs till bin on Sunday
Heart nirvana t:dw pm, on
CUmi l:S0 p,m, aa Thuraday
Sunday Manseei kito, 4i00andt:l$a.m
Hoiy Day MaMaai i:u and liOO a.m
ind 4:41 p.m,
onfaMleiut Baturdav a.-dd m lino nri
liOO to 8:00 p.m.
Mlrfenulau!! Merial MnWanai tunHi,
n; ana iiw p,m
Baerad Heart Havana rnriaa t-h
Sunday) Cvanlna Kervlcet :00 pjn.
Convtii Clam! 7:ia n.m aav iiMi
waiecninn citsa) Bunday l:li a.m. to
una im, aiuv p.m, 10 1IU0 p.m.
first rrlday-BKBomtlon of Moot Blcaa
aa sacrament an aa.
y Htpaaltlan at M
m. Saturda mnrn
rirat Saturday Devotlonl to Our Lady
M.fiitlma.THe Holy Boary-6:00 a.m.
dren Monday and Thurtdayt 4:00 to
1 1(0 Bm.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CrhtObal
Bunday MeMex: 7:00, 4:00 and 10:30 a .01
Holv nv a.nn b.aa .-j
S --, rrf v ... a.uw wifi
.10 p,m; i ...
i S'S'lS."1' 'BhJfday 4:00 to IsOO and
ling o m' Mh
Ml Tm mil Alia Mavfml alMUHai I Si a.a.
JuCtHlim. Claaat After i:0 Maai an
rmt Mturdayi mim At inn .n. v
maajejii ldV W iOV, ,AA tyil lA
irw iw p.m, ie 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Knvefle M p.m
Holy 2y Maaae' tiso a m.. 1:15 p m
wian family notary and
'.. T.-00 pm
inquiry. .'Brou IM am.
i every rmw s, :
i.t Friday lilvoMon'klj. t0 p.n
Ut, Baturdey pevotlonif, i oo p m.
. SJ VlNLKNTB-glalnaett City
'Sunday Ma'aeR'i 4:30 em. Ind h
HOW Da ilAu. a.oaB a.u
b.m ","'n4. 4 on ta tito and ttM to
SnSi".eiM, f m, en Sunday:
mireeuinua aiAa.. a.... a..
6uTveday7, .7T", 7"
irey,V. p7h.J. fJ
Bundav Maaaltfff:! :
$ Holy Day Ma, 4 po sTrJ slot
BaptiMiM ut appointment.
M lraculotu...Uani. u.,.
il. Nnvenaii 'ia 'm'm
. . ... . m.
M4 X"tf., .;,.. r
oncreo Heart iii
7 00 a.m. an
Bunday Scnoof.'i M V'c4. Buhdae
iiaiousiitatruoiion Claaa for Chii.
.... .,w w, inuraoey
i inatruetlon for IdulM iCoa
Bnanlah t TM k.m en Won
Aa Bt Sav. B Haaat QaaBaa. B.T.D
''Tha Very Rev. Mainort g, p.teeeea.
THB CATHEDRAL ,07 ST. LUKS
SUNDAYS UNOAV -7
130 tjn. Holy Commimton,
llll ajn. Church 8haal IHaW Gnat
munlon 3rd Sunday)
I 'AO BJB. Santa CammuntMi. Ii-A Bun,
Bacuela Dominical B:lt aoj
11:00 a.m Uomina Wmw mnlt Bat
tten, Holy Communion lit Bunday.
i-u pja. Evening aerviee.
IKMora Evening Prayer,
rioty da if
f iOB aa Hoiy Communion.
(:M I B Holy Communion.
fit am. Momlng Prayat.-
11:00 Mir-day aiiMlonary Prayer.
Church oi at Andrew
The Rav WHUam W Baldwin,
Meat In Chan.
Holy communion TllO am
family Prayer and
(Aiao noiy communion and.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
tnapei of The ioed Shephi
Ike Rev Clarence W. Harm,
:iw a.m. Morning Prayer.,
(H.C. tint Friday, jMcb.MonthL;
St. Slmon'i Chktcb
The Rev. John Soear Priest in Charge
Choral Ruohariat and Ser
........ ........ T:00 l.m
h Bchool ... ........ :00 pm
pal Voune Churchmen 1:00 p it
Mia and Sermon ..... TiOO pm
Morning Prayer and Holy
Woman? Auxiliary, tad and
WIDNISDAYS A, THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ,.,... 7:00 ijh
Morning Prlyeiui ,;.. f:00 l.m J
Office of Compline ........
1:30 a m
. LA BOCA
It. Paiwa rhur.fe
The Rev. John Spear. Print la Chargi
morning rrayer ana vnuren
Bchool .................... 1:00 im
. 50",J''-....... 10:t am
Confirmation Clang ..,... Mo a,m
Holy Baptirm ,.,.';vT..,f. ltiNiiootr
avenaoha anrt anorM I ion .m
worn an Auxiliary ....... 7:30 am
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
noiy communion ... tiOO i.a
., Ch pal of the Kofy" Com f orter
Ven. L. B, Bhlrlo. Mm in ckun
8:to am, oiy cwTununirn.fj. A
Chureh of St. Margkret
Enpave and Bmzoi Blvd.
The Rev. kdwln C. W.hai,
f :lo a.m. Holy Communion.
1:30 a.m. Church School Service,
11:00 a.m, Morning Prayer, (Holy
Communion tint Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS i
ino mnnrn i
tioo k.m. Holy communion
Tha Rev, Allan R, Wentt,
Prlent in Charge
The Rev, David A Oaborne,
:oo a.iD, Choral Eueharitt Sarmor
1.30 kjn. Infint Bkptlmt.
t .00 n w, Cnurcb Bohocl
5:00 p,m. YouthF FeUowshlp
7 iiO i m. femnwona and Addraaa
ana ana eta wbbnsbdayb
i .to pin, Woman a Auailliry and At
i, n oman a n
Bt Paal'a ChnHh
The ven, Lemuel B aairiev, ReetAf
The Rev. Carlton n. M.iu. tut
lioo a.m. Holy Communion
00 at Bung lucharmt at Sermon
Ifi'dft i ni Morntrta Prayer and Churcn
11:00 nucr. Holy Baptirm
i vv tm. Boiemn, ve
ihem lr Bnlltttnt lai.
.8:30 a m Hoiy Cemmunion
7 JO p as. Evening Prayer and Sermon
5:00 tm Hoiy Communion
7:00 itju. Evenlna Pnv
fhURhiiAYh AND FRIDAYS
8:30 ta. Hoiv Communion
4 00 e m. Holy( Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-BEA
(Oppoilte Hotel Wahlngton)
The Re. J, Peter rermer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Atalatanl
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 pm. solemn Cvtnaohg tt Btrmon
3:30 k.m. Morning- Prayer
l:oo a.m. Choral tuthtriat ind Sermon
iu : a.m. t-nurcn school
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
1:40 a m. Morning prayer
4:00 l.m. Holy Communion
tiOO pm. Evening Prayer
, tt WtDNtsbAY.
5 ;40 l.m. Morning Prayer
:00 a.m. Hoiy Communion ""
T:30 n.m.- Evening. Prayer A AttdfaM"
S a.m; Men
loren a -Buoniriti ,.:
1:40 dm. Morning prayer
:uv a.m. ttoiy communion
1:00 aaiK Bvenlne Prever
7:30 im. Office oi Complin.
BL Chrtatepher'a Cborck '
10th Street. iParaua LefevrA I
The .'Bev Clerenr W. Hayea.
Frleat tn Cketaf f
Thr Rev, Clkrefir A,; CragWtA
7 30 Ii
00 t.m, Holy Communion.
m and Btrmon
m nung Buciutr
Morning Prayer and Church
.. sepnnt ,'.).!: ., .
1 1 DO noon Holy Baptlem, .'i
1:10 p m Svenarmp ao Sermon,
MONDAYS I y ,.
T to o m itt tad .Srd. Women'k Aux).
rUtSDAYSli",' Ni. r ;
'tittpm JirnlBt Paughtan af the
- K'ns i-
. rtaa p.m vouia raiiawanin.
tM pm. Bvening Prayer and ReUglou
40 p.m. Qlrl Frtandly Society. '
:00 pjd lat and 3rd. Slncletona.
JO bjo. Jbnlor Confirmauen Claaa.
CHURCH OF THB MAXARENB
44a run i pan! Bb Aocon, Ci.
Rav, Cbaer O Neleea, Paetoc
Bob agf .Balboa, CX Tel l-taOS
Sunday School I:U M
worawp service 10:44 bjb
Youth Service 1:43 pm
Evangeiiitle Service I M p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. .... IM p.m
Sundayi t a.m. Panama Weelev,
10 so a Jn, BundaM Bchool.
Till pjn. tvrillcal Service
and Sermon. J
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraleo
" iv ijn. rarauo aunoay school,
" t:15 pjn, ParaUa tvangelical
SlaaeaiJAU A a RlL Ok ak ... VP I A'
JohniWaiaoa BD. I pm. Mr. A. A.
Monday, Oct. toth 4:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Clan, Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m." Prayer meeting Mr, Pearl Ford.
tuaeday. Oct. Ilik-TiM pa. Glrli
League. Mr. K, King.
Friday I M p.m. Choir Praotlca.
CHURCH OF THB NABARINI
Mount Hope, Canal .Zona
(aeroM from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hyaong, Paitot
oa avii Margarita, fc.
Sunday School ,.'
Hvengelurtie Service ......
Prayer Service, Wed. tin
T .30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama -P Urd Street Bait
. ttav B. N. Inn. aunjetee
Divine ttorkhia a:30 a.m.
' l Rln A halo. A3.
Sunday Bchool S.-OO p.m
Meetlnaa Thuraday at Tito pm. and
Sundaya it 4:00. pm. win Memorial
to Minea itoid, Balboa,
THllBCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Morman)
' Chaoel on Balboa Road
Prlerthood Meeting t Sunday gi30 am
Bunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Baorament Meeting: Bunday 4:00 pm
neiw society i iveeaay :u am.
MlAs Wadnrndky TitO pm.
Primary) Thuraday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4117.
Building too, Sohoolhouie Road. Oitun
nunaay aenooi; aunaay i:to a.m.
Baorament Meeting! Sunday lliOO am.
CURUNDU PROTEST A NT CHURCH
"A Warm Hkrted Church"
. MUtoa ft, Uldlg, Miniate
Phone Ran. U-7111 Of. ggJlOS
Sunday School .M ....... Ss30 im
(A alam for avary age)
Morning Worahip ......... 11:0 a.m
iiiowaniB. m a:oo p.m.
Wowhfe..5J,t,., TiOO p.m
nd Prafie (Wad.) TioO p.m,
E evening w
A church nuney in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Bt, lUphkel The Arahaagel
13th Bt. ttael He. 1
Holy Aieharlttt Bunday at 19C l.m.
Tueaday. Wednesday and Thuradavt
SMriment of .ObtUon (MafUitl It
ytcer'Pitat Bunday eFAkcBmona
1M km ,xm? .! i
Monnt Hallbet. Ckrtetiaa Ckarek
i Slav. f. eamatjbf D. Biahop
Mnrnlna davotion 1:00 a.m
....... n:uu B.ni.
Bunday school ....
CHRIST ADELPHIAM B1BL1 MISSION
tiMxith and 1. Arotemani. colon
Memorial gervlce 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3iO0 p.m. Art you
Bible Ltoture 10:00 e m.
Adult Bible Claaa 7:30 t,m
Your Blbli Teochet That Clirlut U
Coming ind win Reign an Earth
mb xou jieaoyr
14 Flnt Btrtat
Urhanlaacloa El Carmen, Pane mi City
informal Taika and Dittuaaiona
Calofl. ilh ik VroBl StreeU
(upalalr American Baaiarl
Study Uweei......Thundayil law am
, BBTHBL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalabk St.. Partiao, G.t.
Rev Waldkbl k Stewart. Patter
Bundayt 11 tOO am, Worahip Berviee,
vu p.m. aunaay Benoet.
7:1 jMk. Oonpel Servlde.
ondayi TllO Young Peoplfg Boclery
Wednesday i 7 HO Mid-week 'Cbrlttlkfl
Thundiv ,1 :W fihok RehtiriU, M
rrtaayi iu weman't Mlkaionary Ba.
THE CHURCH OF COD
IS St. Pirque Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvlek Overseer
8i, C. Week, Pallor
Sundiy Morning Worahip 11:80
Sunday School: 3:00 p.m.
Sundav Nlaht Service 1:Sn.
Weekly Service, Night; Monday
Wednetdiy and Friday.
THR CHURCH OF GOD
ltth St (Monte Oscuro Rd.l
Rev. William I. Joluuon Paator
Bunday School t:80 km
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... T;30 pm.
THR CHURCH OF GOD
7030 Eighth St., ColOn
Mn, L. C. Doaaldaoo, Pastor
Bunday School ;30 a.m.
Morning worship 10:80 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm
THB CHURCH OF OOO
Mm. M, Illnet-Paetor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worahip 11 :00 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 P.m
FIR8T CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamelcr. A Trinidad Sta.
. Rav. William Llvlngiton, Pastor
Bunday School -30 a.m
Momini WorahlD ......... 10:80 e.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:80 p.m.
' Diablo Hklghtl, c.7'-
tnear Dianie ichoon
JUv. Ckrl V. Thomeeen. MIBIrta
BOB SI Diablo tfalahta P t. .
Phones: Home. Oamboa liT
BjaBwaaajp, ana iiibj. MRinuwa J
Chnrtb Balfcee 42)1
.Bunday School lAiOAam.
Warship Servlea 11:00 am.
Youth Service ,. T:C0 pm.
Eyangellatle Servlea .... ftSO om
Wedneadavt Bible Bhidv -:
and Prayer Service TiH pay
, BFDFfMER LUTlirRAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. fioaairk. Paster
SPO Box Itt. Balboa,
uhday Bohool, Bible Claaa g ami
Wine Service 10:11 a.m
Holv Communion, tiraf B,mda tha
Coco Bolo Chapel
Mr. Fndarlak B. llll. I. Vlu.
, X T "...
Jewrw Welfare Moara Bid Tll-X La
lam ,r"U, ,ao PJB' Bttday
J fewlah eervlo
onder Poeti, Baaee and Station ).
Con grape bob Kel Shear! U ltraet. Ave.
Ptoamk Cltv Service 1:00 pm
Poses and Bases
sTnsl'rt fcrAtTa aa.w
Bunday Bchool :M
Morning Wenhlp 10:80
U.S. NAVAL. STATION, RODMAN
aunoay ocnooi g.n
Monun Worahip ti.oo
(Holy Communion Flret Sun
day of Month)
ey of Month)
Bunday School (Bldg. IM)
ALBROOX AIR FORCE BASE
MowlnS, Worthlp :0 4k 10:4(1
Youth Fellowship 4:jo
Adult Bible Claaa Monday ... 7:30
Young Ptopla'a Instruction
Tueaday .. na
llth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
morning worantn , . g ;oo
(Holy Communion First Bun
day of Month)
Dally. Mea 4:1S
Sunday Mastea 4:30 4k 11
Confessions Saturday 1:30
Dilly Mass ....,..,...,..,,..,. :ls
Sundiy MimM 1:00, 1:15 A 11:45
Confection Saturday 1:00 A 7:3ft
Cattehltm Class Wedneaday .. 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mas . ,t;jo
DkUy Mtst 4:00
Saturday Maai 7:00
Bunday Mast 3:3(1
Confession! Bsturday T:00 1:00
Sunday Meat 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass 4:00
Saturday Mast 7:oo
Sundiy Mttsea 7:48 A U:oo
Sunday Maai (Spinlah) 7:00
Novtna ServltH Tueaday .. 7:oo
Confeaalons Saturday ...A. 7:00
Fort Xobbe Saturday ...... 1:00
USO-JWB, Btlboa-Frlday .... 7:30
Albrook Air Forct Saturday 4:oo
USO-JWB, Balboa-Saturday ., 8:30
Sunday Sthooi 9:30
Morning Wonhtp 10:45
Coffee Call 10:30
Chureh Nursery 10:30
Saturdky Make 11:30
Sunday Masaes 8:30 & 9:30
Confessions Saturday 12:00 13:30
Weekly Services in ell thurches
aa follows t
Babbath Bcnooi :)U a.m.
plvink Service 11:00 a.m.
Vouth'e Meeuna 4:30 P.m.
Bible Study and Frkyer nervici
a...ila Blila Paaamk
Pkttor F.R. Arehbold Tel. 28-S-S890
Cabo Verde, Ave. J.r. ae ik usa no
-k...llln SKtlV. NR. M7.
Pu.hlo Nuavo g.A St. between 3rd
end 4th Bta. .....
Rio Abk o ntn Bt. wo. n
Oamboa and Frljolet
Pkllor W. H. Wkller Tel. 6-BJO
Sptnlah Churches Paclfl Bide Panama
i pastor samei monoaaa aei. ao--BITS.
Panama, Ckiie Darien no. t.
Pedregai A Nuevo Clierare.
Pastor 0. A, JeffrlH Tel, 3-310S
cn.tnhal Entllah llth A Bolivar
Colon 3rd St.
pastor Manuel Celderon Tel. 3-1103
CriatohAl Bnanlah llth A Bolivar
na.i rullnn Road. Balboa Ttl,
M159 A 3-3931.
Chucklat In Tha Newt
COLUMBUS. Ohio (UPD The
Ohio House passed a bill banning
political and other posters on
tW nlofiB ths hlahways after
Rep. Marflii Qalvln argued:
"I don t minx any regisiaior
would like to be teen plitlered
on a tree or otherwise.
TOO MANY PEOPLI
OXFORD, Ohio (UPD Th
Scrlops Foundation for Research
In Population Problems here,
which projects population es es-timstes
timstes es-timstes In various parti of the
world by 10, 20 and 30 years, re recently
cently recently received a letter addressed
"Too many oeople In the. world,
FONTANA, Calif. (UPn-Cold
turned into hot monev when
bnrfflars took $300 from the El
Rlvlno Countrv Club.
Sheriff's officers said Mie mon monev
ev monev was taken from I refrigerator
where It had been put for safe
HAD DRIVING URftB
LOS ANGELES fUPIi A 19-
veir-old Sin Franciseft cltv col
lege student wat held today
to uiiwer In tuoerlnr Cftiirt Anril
9 on a charge of taking In motor
vehicle without permission of the
Frank Hamilton Godlev. i
pharmacy student, said he had an
"overoowering urge'.' to drive the
vehicle laree scenic erunef
Greyhound bus, ,
OIRLt COULDN'T TALK
EAST LOS ANGELES fTTPn-
Four youna ladiet all slst en
fold operations yeitarday at Bel.
vedere Hospital but didn't have
wora to say about It.
Gloria. 18: Aneelini. 11: Anita.
o. and carmen Martlnex. S.
4 r t
S t ri B 4 f s
' a-; V-?"'
Si a i.
LT. GEN. RIDGELY GAITHrtR, commander in chitf, CaribbeBn, thlg wk briefed membeTs -of
the y.S. Society of Editors and Commentators, visiting; the Canal Zone and Panama, dur
lng tftelr tour of Latin America. Shown answering a question from the press during the brief e
L1!.Palihe.r.de?clbed.the activities of the unified Caribbean Command in its area of regponsii
billty that Includes the entire land mass of Central nd South America, south of Mexico. In"- i
H-fi"? ?.ar.iy th5 comman hediuarter8 at Quarry Helghtg were William P. Bakovia
president pally Reporter, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. iidward H. Butler, president, Buffalo Eveninff1
News,. Buffalo, New York: Mrs. Helen Cudworth. radio atatlnn kftm pt tin., nlf i
Gordon Freeman editor, Pine Bluff Commercial, Pin Bluff, Arkansas; Fred Hervey, president.,
radio station KSET, El Paso, Texas; Glen Long, ditor, SpartanburB Herald SDantlnburir si
S2h ftroliR.a:1 Mr;.sJ,ea c- Loomi. president, Columbug Telegram, Columbus, Nebraska: Jay,
Pmllr, ftrtnanl.Dlm Mtntlrrav. mtw XT...,. XT,..,.V, t . T. ...... L. ... ".
i. H v,pm.vU,, ra j.,, ow, Huinu iviitiicneHver, inaiana William Pntcnard.i DUD4i,,i. i
lisher, Galesburg Register-Mall, Galesburg, Illinois; Mrs, Barbara Prltchard. manasTer ridltt f'
station won, galesburg. Illinois; Frederick. W. Spenger, editor, p'eru Tribune, dBS2? ,.
DeWitt Ra publisher Evening OaEetterindian a, Pennsylvahla; MUg Matilarin Thorns, Vice. PI
president, Thorns Radio-TV Bnterprlwes in Virginia and Ashevllle, North Carolina; A. V. Tld.,, "i
"J0- pi?invrw"? 8tatl0 A- ?otts7iile, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Georglne Tidmore, radta-
station WSBB, New Smyrna Beach, Florida; and Mr. and Mr. Marcel Duriaux, tour directors-,
and cf fleers of the society which has its headquarters in New York City. (Tj6 Army Phftto)
Draws Five Years
For Illegal Deals
LONDON (UPI) -George Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, an international junkman who
made millions dealing in U. S.
war fturnlus. hat been sentenced
to serve five years In prison for
conspiracy and fraud.
A jury decided at the eonclution
of a 37-day trial that Dtwson con con-sflired
sflired con-sflired -rte-chentr -and defra ud in
deals Involving commodities as
varied at 'orange juice concen concentrate
trate concentrate and second-hand truck"!.
The burly cockney challenged
"1 niav hv been sharp, but
not criminal," he snapped. "I am
not tftl l v."
defense, nooks for a total of 35
bOutls at the maratnontnu, aur aur-hours
hours aur-hours t he maraffllnirTil. dur during
ing during which five court reporters
working in relays took down more
than a -million words of testimony.
He made two speeches lasting IS
hour each end another that went
on for nine hours.
The "junk kin laid the foun foundations
dations foundations of his fortune just after
WotId War TT, wVn he roamed
the. battlefields of Etironc buvin
up the debris of war at bargain
He said trucks whi"h th Arr"' Arr"'-lcgng
lcgng Arr"'-lcgng sold him for less than $15
"tch brou"ht orices aa high ar
$5,600 on the open irket.
- -": Stupid
enotish to tell me vehicles for 10
hillln?R C$l.o a 'on, It wat noth nothing
ing nothing to do with the police," Y-
Use IttBn rlcej Sas how
delicious It Is with so a
food, spaghsttl, meat,
eggs, salads every everything.
Add Maggl Ketchup to
all your meals, and
everybody Will be de de-lighted.
WW XW H 'J g H i' ft iC STO?
mm I I HI
: iiiiiiiftif t 1
Ji Juts' l
CHRIST arose in Victory evtr death end tht
grgva, Ha appeared to Hit Diielplti to fill their
hearti with oy, Ha otctndtd Into htovan In
might and truth to rtlgru
8:30-Span!sh SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30 s
What is Truth? Where can It be found? if you artlooklnsj i
for real answers to your troubles come to a Bible teaching
s. 8. In a day of so much religious confusion know what.
you believe. We provide good classes, teacherg, and ma-
tte get started In Bunday School,
11:00 "RESURRECTION WITNESSESM v :
What is the real meaning of the Resurrection of Christ? ;'
Can the testimony of those who saw Him after His cruci crucifixion
fixion crucifixion be accepted? Is it possible to believe those who how
say they are witnesses of the Resurrection? Listen to a
Ky centered mesaBe and Place your faith in Christ
6:00 JET CADfeTS jrid HIGH SCHOOL
7:00"WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DEATH"
Where does the soul of -man Ko? will his body ever be
rah., body?-Dont be SaUsfled
with less than the Scriptural answer to vour Questions
!S SnS. You wm notftnt t3 mlM
NtRSERY KVANGEtlCAL BIBLE-CENTERED
' .Ik'iAjWWj! AMPLE PARKING
e "By '.Atttftng
" -ata.assssssstsasssssissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssstBBaB w
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
Preaohlng the bodilv resurrection of th Crucified
and burled Son of Ood according to the. Scriptures.
Morning: .- message entitled "David's Eaater Pano Panorama"
rama" Panorama" Auditorium air-conditioned for your, comfort.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
An outreachlng organization teaching: the lnreachlng
Word of God providing for you and yours guidance
in learning vital eternal truths. The 'Show Your
Faith" campaign begins next Sunday. We challenge
you to step out by faith and sign an attendance
pledge and be one of the 640 to attend each Sunday
6:30 TRAINING. UNION
Join with 200 others training In Christian living: and
' church membership.. Filling a vital need In the
growing, spiritual life of every Christian.
7:30 EASTER CONCERT
"Seven.xast .Words? by Dubose Adult Choli. x
NlTtSEIUESf PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES
- l: llkV,
1 1 il' I
VST AOtOtS FBOM SAltOA R.I. ITATIOM
William H. leeby, Paster
KHon F Vlcken, Ast'l ptitoi
RADIO OtlTLtT-HOXO. 7tt KC
We Freeeh cntist
Crucified Risen Comlnt Aral"
Usten to "Manna In The Morning"
Dally 1:00 a.m. HOXO
CHAPEL M't Snyder
chapel Choir V
' 'i 1
ue tha Reading gay
uivine service 11 k.m
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEMNMXT BA7LY KlWSPAPm
IATUBDAT, MARCH IT, 15
ugh Happy Mleto
Braves Ship Winston BfdVri BfdVri-To
To BfdVri-To Sacramento Team Of PCL
By FRBD DOWN
NEW YORK March 28 (UPI) All this od pitching
That's manager Mayo Smith's joyous song today aft after
er after the. Cincinnati Redlegs exploded yesterday in a 12-7
romp over the Philadelphia
It wai the kind of slugging Hie
experts ire saying Smith can
expect aH season from his mus muscle
cle muscle men 'which could make the
Reds a dangerous pennant con contender.
tender. contender. "J
But Smith's real reason for
optimism was the brilliant five five-hit
hit five-hit pitching of Bob Purkey, who
became the third Red Pitcher
in as many days" to go nine in innings.
nings. innings. With rookie Orlando Pe Pens
ns Pens and Brooks Lawrence also
among the "nine-Inning" pitch pitchers,
ers, pitchers, the Reds seem to have the
tnos advanced Staff anywhere
on he Grapefruit Circuit.
The Reds had averaged on only
ly only 4.2 runt In 17 previous
! YOU'RE SAFE Actor William
: Frawley shouts baseball advice
while rehearsing for a television
show. After some lean years in
the acting profession, the 67-year-old
thespian is staging a
CAPITOLIO I T
with Alan Ladd
with Sandra Dee
BOLD in its casting..
Tender... the Savage
y life y -j
ljljl.js ii- wiiiibi mnmJLmmmmmmmM
oimn and has scored four or
lest runt in 10 contests but
they broke loot yesterday
with a vengeance. Del Ennis
smashed two homers and Koy
McMillan and Johnny Powers
hit one each to lead Cincinna Cincinnati's
ti's Cincinnati's 15-hit attack.
Purkey, a 17-game winner last
season, looked ready for an an
ticipated opening day assignment.
He yielded the Phillies' a run
in the first inning and then
breezed the rest of the way. Pe
na, Lawrence and Purkey al
lowed the St. Louis Cardinals
Los Angeles Dodgers and Phil
lies a combined total of three
runs and 17 hits in three straight
The Pirates snapped a two
game losing skid when rookie
shortstop Julio Gotay's wild
throw on Bill Mazeroski's ground
er enabled Ramon ,M e j i a s to
score from third base in the
eighth inning. Mejias had dou doubled
bled doubled and reached third with two
out on a wild pitch by rookie
Other camp news:
Walt Alston of the Dodgers said
he is 'thinking about 1 "making
Duke Snider his cleanup 'man.
Snider, who had a poor season
in 1958. has been very impres
sive this snrine. .manager Al
Lopez gave Chicago White Sox
rookie Outfielder John Callison a
pat on1 the" 'back-iby explaining
his .190 batting average!' is "de "deceptive.
ceptive. "deceptive. Lopez said Callison has
been meeting the ball sharply
"but the hits haven't been fall fall-ine."
ine." fall-ine." Squad eutt were at follows:
The Senators tent outfielder
Len Tucker and pltoher Ted
Abernathy to Miami of the In International
ternational International League. .The
Brave tent pitchert Don Not Not-tebart
tebart Not-tebart and Dale Hendrickton
and outfielder Lee Maye to
Louitville of the American As Association,
sociation, Association, pitcher W i n 1 1 o n
Brown to Sacramento of the
Pacific Coatt League and
The Orioles assigned first-base-catcher
Merritt Renew and
shortstop Mickey Sinnerud to
their' Mieorileaejue Campt at
Waycross. Ga. .
man Ray Barker to Vancouver,
utility man Bert Barth of ama ama-rillo
rillo ama-rillo (tex.) and pitcher Rolf
Scheel to Miami. .The Indian
optioned pitcher Dirk Stigman to
San Diego in the P.C.L. . The
Pirate reassipned pitcher Al
Jackon and Don Rowe, catcher
D-ryl Westerfield. infielder Ken
Hamlin, and outfielder Jim Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel and Howie Gbss to their
farm camp at Jacksonville, Fla.
T IV OL I
IV O L I I VICTORIA I R I O
with Marlon Brando
Chapters 10 12
GREAT WEEK-EN 0 ATTRACTION 1
Bolder In the telling! Here are
the Strange... Revealed with
KERR RITA HAYWORTH
BURT LANCASTER in
1 1 -1 11 1
f l .... .. .. t Miaajiiiiiii V i ii niili iT'ftmjFia i" if mur iiiii)MiniMM i 'nwin iwiif inrmnf'-r""""
ANTHONY QUINN in
Las Vegas Match
Set For May 1
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) -Heavyweight
champion Floyd Pat Pat-torsnn
torsnn Pat-torsnn end British boxer Brian
London today were assured the
"use of the hall" on May i ana
when other obstacle to the con
troversial title bout can be over
George H. Albright, director of
the new 7,200 seat Convention
Hall said both Cus D'Amato, Pat
terson's manager, and promoter
Cecil Rhodes agreed they would
accept May 1 as a suitable date
for" the fight.
Originally, the bout which has
run into complications that in include
clude include a ban by the British Boxing
Board was to have been held
late in April.
Albright sajd he expected D'A D'Amato
mato D'Amato and Rhodes to arrive here
Saturday at the latest to discuss
the rescheduling of the fight for
May 1, now. that aLos Angeles
group has given up?its reservation
for that date.
Eloy Henry Meets
An Easter Sunday profettion-.
al boxing program will be
staged at the Colon Arena to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow nic-ht featured by an
eight-round bout between Eioy
Henry and Roberto ferei
Henry, who was crowned
bantamweight champion-in the
Central American and Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Games held early this
year in Caraeat, knocked out
Roy Thoyke in the Henry's on only
ly only pro appearance .about a
Perez, a Puerto Armuellet
118-pounder, will be making hit
debut in the' Wghf-for pay
In a six-round prelim Fen Fen-ley
ley Fen-ley Hooker swaps p b n e h e s
with Rodolfo Henry at 135
pounds and in another, also
tet for six, Carlos Thompson
meets Stanley Wilson at 129
pounds. In the four-round cur curtain,
tain, curtain, raiser Dario Lam clashes
with Lazaro Frutos at. a weight
limit of 118 pounds.'
General admission it 50 centt
and ringside, 75 cents.
George Montgomery in
"TOUGHEST MAN IN
Audie Murphy In .-'
"THE GUN RUNNERS"
ISLAND In THE SUN
with James, Mason
, Rx MURDER
With Rick Jason
the many faces of love The
Rare and Stunning Force I
y TIM MORIARTY
Those daily reports from' base
ball's spring training camps are
continuing to read like medical
bulletins. ' "
Five more -players including
Billv O'Dell of the Baltimore Or
iole1 and young Eddie Haas of
the Milwaukee Braves were aaa-t
ed to today" casualty list.
RAFBALlT BASKET- When rain prohibited outdoor work
lor .to irt con2?utiU day, the Chicago White Sox took
over the University ot Tampa gymnasium. ie m., j
court being there, Hal Trosky, Jr made a jump baseball
basket The others are, left .to right, Lou Skizas, Jim Rivera'
and Don Mincher. Players found it like indoor pepper game.
Promoter Jim N orris Signs
Moore, Durelle For July JS
By DICK BACON
MONTREAL (UPI)-Fight pro promoter
moter promoter Ji. Norris today chalked
up his iirst victory since uie
courts disbanded his International
Boxing Club the signing of light light-heavy
heavy light-heavy champion Archie MbOre
and Yvon Durelle for a July 15
repeat of 1958's "fight of the
Norris, now operating through
the National Boxing Enterprises
of Chicago, pulled out Wis Dig
plum ai a xime woen rivai pro promoter
moter promoter Bill, Rosensohn in New
York was trying to line Moore
up against Sugar Ray Robihiion.
Truman Gibson, president oi
thp Nnrris-harkpri NBE. called
thP cionine "a maior move bv the
NBE." He insisted that the sign signing
ing signing didn't mean the NBE had giv given
en given up trying to match, Moore and
Robinson, e i t h e but said a
Moore win over Durelle "would
make a Moore Robinson fight
even more attractive."
And Gibson made it plain he
thinks the NBE would be the out-
fit that would land Moore-RoUin-
VThere are about 18 guy trying
to promote that fight, Gibson
Service Center Theaters TODAY!
Sunday TORPEDO RUN
COCO SOLO Larry Parks Beverly Garland
7:00 "THE CROSS UP"
DIABLO HTS. Rory Calhoun
7:00 "THE SAGA OF HEMP BROWN'
In OineihaSRope & Coloi'
G A' M B O A -k Gene Reynond Jeanne Cooper
8:15 PLUNDER ROAD"
. In Cinemascope
i( William Reynolds Gogi Grant
"THE BIG BEAT" In Color
MARGARITA Glenn Ford Jack Lemmon
7:00 "COWBOY" In Cinemascope & Color
PARAISO -M Tyrone
7:00 "THE SUN ALSO RISES'
. In Cinemascope & Color
SANTA CRUZ if Silvana Mangario Anthony Perking
7:00 "THIS ANGRY AGE!"
In Cinemascope' and' Color
CAMP BIERD Helmut
From Training (lamps
O'Delli: the winning pitcher
last year' All-Star vgame,: in injured
jured injured his back while warming -up
before Thursday night' Baltimore-Kansas
City game at'lii at'lii-atni.
atni. at'lii-atni. v -':
- Taking no chance, the Orloics
announced O'Dell,'" who ijad a
11-11 record last 'year, "will, be
flown to Baltimore today for a
' thorough examinauon..
said, "but most of them haven't
got a nickel. Archie knows that
Norris has the money on the
Gibson and co-promoter Eddie
Quinn of Montreal made the an
nouncement' here Thursday
while Norris was in town to
watch his Chicago Black Hawks
meet the Montreal Canaqiens m
the Stanley Cup hockey playptfs
Moore, who got off the floor
four times to kay Durelle in the
11th round last Dec. 10, will re
ceive a $250,000 gurantee. Durelle
Baie Ste. Anne, N. B., fisherman
who never has had a "big pay
day," will settle for a $15,0U0
minimum. The fight will be at
the Montreal Forum, if Quinn
Gibson and Co., can convince
Moore it should not be held out
In New York, Robinson had ob
tained a promise of a $600,000
guarantee from promoter Bill
Rosensohn for a proposed bout
with Moore with the lattSr's title
at stake. The two fighters would
have split the guarantee down
the middle. Robinson said in New
York Wednesday that Moore had
a right to fight anyone he wanted
2:30 4:30 6:30 8:30
Power Ava Gardner
Dantlne Donna Martell
ON DEVIL'S ISLAND"
Haas suffered a broken ankle
in an exhibition same against the
St. Louis Cardinal at Bradenton
and will be fidelined for at lead
eight week,: n.ir
, iniuriet namper oravei
The Brave have been ham
pered by : mounting injury list
an spring, aecona oeseman jaei
Roach is still hobbled by a 1958
leg injury;' third baseman Eddie
Mathew .recently 'wa sidelined
with a grjoin injury, and first
baseman Joe Adcock has been
nursing a swollen knee.
Other club also lire having
their troubles. The Philadelphia
Phillies announced that veteran
southpaw Curt Simmon has bone
chips in his left elbow that may,,
require surgery, reserve catjner
John Blanchard of the New hork
Yankees sustained a bruised right
toe, and rookie Joe Schaffernoth
of the Chicago Cubs was struck
on the right elbow by a line drive
while pitching batting practice.
Team WL Pet.
Marlboro 7 2 .777
Cafe Harlem 6 2 .750
Cardoze and undo 2 S .286
Trojans 2 7 .22
Game Played Wednesday,
The pacesetting Marlboro club
was handed a 6-4 defeat by Ar
thur Lee s Cardoze and Undo.
The losers, splaying without the
services of their ace hurler, Ed
Morrell, found the going rough
as they were unable to hold the
Cardoze and Undo power in
Hitting honors for this same
went to the Rev. Allan Wentt
who picked up two hits in three
WoOdr'wckea' iip the win
and A.! Wood suffered the de defeat.
feat. defeat. Gam Played Friday,
Marlboro won an easy 8-2 vic
tory over the hapless Trojans
last Friday at the Paraiso dia
mond. The victory was the sev
enth for the Smokers who have
Joat,, twice. Tbei;TtdSanVare :ver-
y weak on pitching and unless
Manager John West comes up
with a dependable moundsman
it is expected that his club will
become permanent residents of
Ed Morrell won his fourth con consecutive
secutive consecutive victory without a loss.
Elmer Gordon was the loser
Gam Played Monday
Cafe Harlem, reinforced with
Carlos Holligan on the moutid-
mflicted a 10-3 drubbing on the
third-place Cardoze and Lindo
outfit. Holligan allowed the los
ers three hits in making his Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso debut a successful one.
The Harlemites collected nine
baseblows and played errorless
ball afield while Cardoze and
undo committed four miscue(
The winners tallied one nnv in
Uhe first frame, three in the sec
ond, four in the third and two
m the : fifth. The losers plated
one in the first and two more in
A. Farrell and W. Jules, both
oi Laie Harlem, with 4-3 and
i-i respectively, were the lead
ing hitters. Farrell also deliver
ed a powerful three-run home home-run
run home-run blast to deep center .In the
tnira inning, j. Silcott connect
ed one of Holligan's offerings
for a homer with a mate aboard
in the fourth frame.
The attendance continue to
be small despite the good games
New York Defeats
In Golden Gloves
CHICAGO (UPI) New York's
golden glove victory over Chicago
today was credited to better con conditioning
ditioning conditioning and more experience.
The New York team, which rep
resented the cream1 of the eastern
crop of amateur .boxers, defeated
Chicago, 106, with a team com composed
posed composed of three Golden Glove vet veterans
erans veterans and a coach who said he
put his squad through a tough
I stressed a strong body at
tack because we expected the
Chicago boys to b going for 'the
head," cOach vio Denllppo said
after Sylvester Banks, one of two.
New York substitutes who won
championships, gave the team iU
final winning, score and its sec
ond straight victory over the
western team in the 32-year his
tory, of the a n n u a 1 intercity
FOIL' SUICIDl '(
I OSAKA, Japan (fpl) A Jap Japanese
anese Japanese charcoal. dealer bent on sui suicide
cide suicide yesterday was foiled in a'n at attempt
tempt attempt tq blowup an amphibious
plane In which he .was riding with
seven! other j persons. ... Several
other passengers seized Fukuichi
Yuasa, 38.; when he. sprayed the
floor of the cabin with gasoline
and tried .to light it with a match.
Don Larseh Believes Ccser Stengel 5
Is Biggest Attraction In Baseball
i By MILTON RICHMAN
v ST. PETERSBURG. Tla.tTPtt
Don Larsen call Casey Stengel
"the greatest drawing eard in the
game today" and says -there isn't
a single player on the Yankee
"who wouldn't break, hi neck foiH
Larseh, who' has enSteit-
ci w- -jse ga occasion, point pointed
ed pointed out &at all the player on the
club have "long since forgotteu"
some of the critical reference
the Yankee manager made 'about
them during a ; New York pren
conference this past winter. i --r
"You know how ?Caeylalk,V
said the big pitcher. "Maybe
aiicKey iManue and W Bite
(f or? thought
at the time, but
foreetten nowvi s
do. "How can yoli
guy? He doesn't
he gives evervone evpn thn Jnwr
uesi rooKie- jaar aehancej m
No Kfck Wirh CaieV r
"ReeardleSI of what )a
have said un in Nw VnrV hw.
isn't a guy '.on a ball dub who
wouldn't break his niu1r fm- him
That mcludeMihite and
me. x sure nave no kick with
Casey. He' Men cood to me
uaiuns a soaae i inaae. Laraen
explained that the, ;Ynkee ball
someimne aioui in- ., "..;. s f
? a? much ii Ai v4Alf Hope r i taiotii ImiC 1-
elpliklng jtoeitTgetf off : -to:, the iamt'lkindv
,.nn n ,-m- irrninfy i irin i nin ar -vp t.t 'r
Gun Club Notes
BALBOA GUN CLUB
The trapshooters at the Balboa
Gun Club's Far Fan Iran? found
out Sunday, March 22, that when
legal targeU are thrown,
they are harder to hit. However,
tins maneuver to catch the top
shooters failed and they still came
out on top.
15 T. at
Bill Cunningham .. .'. ..
H. Shacklett':. .. ..
David Boostrom .. .. .. ..
Lee Carr .. ,n .. it ..
Don Boostrom' .'; .. .i ;.
Bill Scott .;
'Scores that Won prize.
The same local rule that the top
overall and runner-up shooter are
not eligible for any of the event
prizes, was again used. After Doc
Norris selected the high gun prize
and Bill Cunningham the runner-
nip prize, that left "Pete Barr with
no contender for nigh' score Of 24 x
25 in the 'lfi WeVentrii the 50
bird handicap event. Doc Lineback
picked up the trophy "with a score
of 37 x 50. In the doubles event,; H.
Shacklett took the remaining mug
with 39 high score of 20 x 12V4
pairs. Bill Scott and Fred .Brant
15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Sea Leopards i r 13
Sea pevils U 7
Sea Cats 12 I
Sea Foxes W 10
Sea Owls 10 10
Sea Lions 9 11
Sea Dragons 8 12
Sea Wolve .- 8 13
Leading averages men: Rimmer
171, King 170, Watson 16 La
dies: Bathurst 143. uurcneti m,
Tyndall 133.- :.
Sea Leopards z Sea Lions 2
The Sea Leopards were an an-prised
prised an-prised by the Sea Lions, w
gained an even Split, and now
the Leopards must share first
place with another' quintet. The
Leopards sprung to an early
leaa, by 15! pins. However, the
Lions rallied wild a good- game
to even the point, plus the' .Total
Pin Marker. The Sea Leopards
closed the show by winning the
last game by 35 pittsi Matron
Marion Mitchell was the- Lion Lioness
ess Lioness of the evening gtaooing uie
lion's share of the scoring with
a big 608 handicap set,v aha Hub Hubby
by Hubby Howard helped-with 521 han handicap.
dicap. handicap. For" fieco'holders first
place, the I'Castro famiiy and
Wayne Mobre1 helped most lor
the Leopard. JJolores Castro tap.
bed 5J9, Lou. 523: and Wayne
546, all handicap.
..'.- X'...' ; ,:
Sea DevHs 4 Sea Foxes 0
The SeatDevils leaped. ,rdm
fourth place, to first all in one
evening. when they traoned. tne
Sea Foxes for four points, por-
ey rynoau spama ms satans
with 511-562 series, and Lena
Burcnett with 530 handicap, ana
Dewev Bowman comoleted.Mhe
rout of the Foxes., who tumbled
from the runiierup .spot to a tis.
xor iourm 4iaceThe only sea
Foxes that clickecKWei ClHf
Swigert with. 583: and Damsel
Tommie Weishaac. S506 iboth iwn
dicap. -. r v--f
Sea Welves.t Sea PwJa J, v
These bowUnc nights giv lit-
u canst ior in, oea woives iv
i'lpUytn' help. Stengel .-mil ht, he
i iurn. ceipi voemi
. "Sure, the Yankee la van ha v A
im k uo wiva cne team' oew4
ces.?. Larsen said. -Vbut da tii;-
bjow anyone In the" game wh3
draw more fn, out t the bait?
0ma fhan lis '!. UJ
game than he doe?-He' orob-1
ably a ? greter attraction thf -f 4
Ted Willja,Hi. ThiVt quite a
when you-,tbp -to consider a
of peoplev1 hell out theif moneys 1 1
justUo- 'ee-s'';manager v :' f.
Larsen, who turned to5" rather I
ointihg record Jat year;J
d ee no reason; whv
houldn'f win 15 game thi e -: f
on. He txpect the houlder ;or f 1 1
nes wnicn na pothered aim dur f
y ling me, pat week to; dlsappeai
The 29-yer-ol4 ghtihtndefi4 )
nure hi arm during the off -ea (
onb applying aaailfiMl4 j.
"Shi Sven brought; ither heat
lamptdbw to Tlorid fwith hop 1
aea ner neao.
j 5 t t II
nnj pennani pretuciioniT' -i
"Ye, aaid1 Mr. Larsen.
think the Yankee will iwin.,f
I i 'n't V r .i"Ti",Tir
tan' t r"
The dry season breeze was weak
and hot. It would have been hot hotter
ter hotter but clouds saved the day. In
pite of fast bird and hot weather,
eleven trapshooters showed up and
put in. a good day getting in prac practice
tice practice for the Canal Zone State Shoot
to be held in May.
Score lor the' day are a ,foV
M T. at tfi T. at
. Hdcs. devbUs
45 43-45 36
37 41-37 36
W turf ft
1 ,.Cli --ffr
f", ; 78 .. -in.
:. 82 14
-' v yt- v awi
27 x 50
i 1 -tioj- r.lrir
' i ' -,w.,i I t',
chot for the Junior Trophy which--v- A
went to Bill with a score of 37 x 50 j
from 18 yard handicap. J
U u K tit
No lady shooters' came out 8 .714
lit t ij'w-J 1
uia i prize wti De oiireu jigain m" t 4
the future. Though David and D6B-. uW
Bpostront shof the! entire shoot Tjfctsta
100 birds ithey were hot out for the-oirw
trophies .and consequently Davtd'"ri"
was unable to pick up a trophy foevaii
his eood score in the handicao" -t
event; v &
Beer mugs as trophies proved t
be very popular.
howl, whereas the Sea' 'OSafc had f t
plenty to hoot about when the,y..,h,,
captured 3 out of 4 from thiif
Wolves. The Lobos racked tha;;Mj
first one by 15 pins, and then onl09 f
the Owlv,took over: the second...
game by 115, the third by 7, jind" .., J
.i i u tit: . r
me itr oy s.iu4. j.no wise louugi,.
Owl Ronnie King fourn the lan$' P
to hi liking .with 212-546-570 -' 2
ries. Captain Baflike posted Sl f
and his, better nau aaaie an stj.f.fr
ven 500, and JLady Laverne ds
Knappert 5l4jr,allr.han(iieap. Th?3a.,q
only wolf on the prowl was John m i
ny Malchemnwith a, 527 .handij.
" - ;
See Cats 2 Sea Dragons I J a
The Sea Cats cattled, the Sel i
Dragons in the opening rounf
by a small margin of 8 nin
The Sea Dragon came bacfcij j. J
with fire and brimstones : splaW
terms enough pins off the lanes, vv
io win oy 3. .KOUO Miller 180,. j,i-"J
and -WilUe- Wataon'a
the balls of -fire-ih this 'TmnvLd)ttf
Both cooled off in i the ilaet ichap-! f
ter, and the Sea Cats snared: th.."I' T
point but fell short by 8J-rin iwin"'';
nmg tne TV. ft.-.-v?WKw
Frank Dotter was the hot mniA
for the Cats iwith v a s204-539-60I.; v
series'. Kathy .iBathurst,i despita'fi.!
post picnie stiffness, and '511. and;.'.' ff l
chubby Ed Thibault thumped 530nvft
both handicap- Dragon V i 1 1 i 4
WMson; settled for a 503-530. Rob
Id.: Miller another. Dragon ha'd.JSt'
560 handicap, Jean' Sullivan .589
ana. jun. ystemmet 532. 1
tATKOFFtlTIRiS '"'X .Ci. M
DETROIT UPDRoMr 7m, i.m
koff.- veteran linebacker nf the
Detroit ''Lions,' has retired from f
i uuiuaii iuiuac w a recurrinj
knee : injury and increaisine off.
season business responsibilities. ; j J
,', ,v;v -.." '.i. .'r ..i..'1'Sj,i..j.,.T-
ON RETIRED LIST r&m'-W i
u PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPD-PItchet
Rmon Monzant has been place
on the voluntary retired list
the, vSah Francisco Giant.
venezuelad riehthaniW' iaii ai
for: relnstaHment next apringt
&Mh)pM Yankees f His Season
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAHY NEWSPAPW
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FRAMEt-UPt Jrn Thomas, when viewed from between
Cineinnttt teammte Frwik .Robinson', legi, seema imall.
. But Thorns obtali from jPittsburgh m, a trade, a bic
MttM wha,ftfe t power to go
with Roblnaon'a bat.
Has 1-7 Mark
By LEO H. PETERSEN
a Alert' 'William Kaline, aged
I), hits .340 in '55 to become Uie
jng gest batting champion xn
! Lnerican League history, baae-
hali' foremost astfonomers W-H
clalified- the arrival Of new s
He had outhit MickeyMantle by
34 points. WilUe Mays by 31. Only
in home nins had the two other bit
pers pulled away from-him. hven
so, his STtotal has cottpeUing te te-spectjkbility;
spectjkbility; te-spectjkbility; -considering he was
till growing boy, his muscles
not yet hrfuB virulent4)loom. ji
V Detroit dismissed men wiui ww
ft rant shrug. The Tiger right fielder,
r iwiftus n ugly rumor,-aurej with
' ,Ti&,ti thon trainprl leal with a
fash, would go even further-he'd
make baseball forget the, peerless
Ty Cobb. ;
Three years have passed and too
first, bonus baby ($30,000) to pace
f major league hitting, hasnjfomp,
clo-tt living .uprtoflthft gr,and4q.
quent raves. Was this merely a
t flash performance?.1 Was he extra-
vagantly overrated Had sue-
coss spoiled the former Baltimore
iind; fottert , .. :
. Confusiori mounted with conjee conjee-'
' conjee-' ire. Joe DiMaggio, one of his or i i-.
. i-. inal boosters, observed, ,. "Of
bourse he's stutplayinfcflhjj ball
; but with his equipment, t hbuW
n be superfine. And the puzzling
L 4W1 Li .1111 k.. 4k. v4
special look . .
. Wa AaeiApA to nut the matter he-
f V A fore the young anhimser". The
A f experience was to prove a 'ifeHght-
I xul surprise.
f Kaline,, only recently 524, his
paie-wue eyes ana ovai face sihk sihk-ingly
ingly sihk-ingly remindful of the late George
StSrnweiss, Imiled boyishly: "I
know the kind of reputation I've
got and how I got it. I won't talk
bout myself. I meani how much
wllFl hit, what kind of year I'm
roint to have, things like that. But
I'll talk baseball, general baseball,
-ill eiay; and with anybbdy."1;'
But we weren't interested In ge generalities,
neralities, generalities, we were interested only
In Kaline. Some of basball's ;most
nerMntiv tnifid had tabbed Mrti
superstar, still- believed he'd(
moke" it but wondered what was
. holding mm hack.
, Wet Pathetded '
; The foregoing speculations were
ignited for rebuttal.
i trrm sure it wasn't flash per-
ormance," he said, t peak (n g
jlowiy, as tnougn in seu-analysil.
1 got 200 hits that season, 149 the
next. Also,' the-stme. number of
home runs. If I was flash ini.
then I had to he a flash' in ''56,;-,,
'OverratedMi'eis but not by me.
v I never claimed to be a 'upersthsv
and "never -expect'ito bi one cer certainly,
tainly, certainly, not in the homerun d-
nartment wv '.vT-
'Spoiled by success? iy be
many things, Dut, tnaiuc gooaness,
v 1'nt not fitheaded. The chanmion chanmion-)
) chanmion-) ship meant a new responsibility to
tlr me: A standard I, had to. main-
k. talnu And I've tried very : every,
. nara w .ao u. even u.iaiwu.''in:
a .nr .. j 1 1- a
- i we were suaeniy ireu to w
auestions. Kaline' broke the t si silence.
lence. silence. . v "This is going to sound
like an alibi. You take It for what.
. ifi worth The last two; years 'I've
coma out of this camo with a sbre
j arm, a mysterious sore arm, be-
cause I never knew how I got it
And both years at took me half the
season to work myself out of it. I
started slow and had to finish
, tt i
. . .KY Not .Surstitioui:-r
Thisfjthen, would explain-ivhat's
been holding back the youngster,
why hp dropped to .295, 23 home
runs and 90 RBI in '57. Why he
had to; settle for .313, 16 home
runs and 85 .RBI last season, why
both years he was, scrambling
with the .250 hiters at All Star
game lime, why he shortened his
swingriiwcBA ttha r.bttil?,-even
went for bunts.
"Any kind of, sore arm alarms a
ballplayer,." he grimaced, ;"but
when you nave no idea what causes
it, you just wake up, and there it is
so to spead well,, you feel kind pf
helpless, foolish, anyway, espe especially
cially especially when the, trainer says, 'Now
tell., me exactly what harmeneri.'
TJiere bas been.a,i;ecuji;e?i9e of
me. mysterious visnauon.
, Last year and the year before it
came in the' camp's closing days.
As of new the arm is fine. . "It
a good thinfe Im not superstitious,
he laughed, sepulchraly, like a
rnahf sweeping slivers of a broken
mirror unaer ine rug.-
Today s Sport
NEW YORK (UPI) -f A moun
tain of a man wearing a derby
and smoking a cigar stood up on
two- chairs looking over the cran
ine necks of those in front; of him,
"Sit down ya big bum," yeiled
a. bald little man wearing thick
glasses. who was sitting behind
The big man looked around,
much like an elephant inspectin
an, ant; but the little guy g'larei
richt back at him. n
VSit down ya bum,", he reoeat-
edmenacinglyJ f,i se'. ..
a Antonino nocca, regarded in
most circles as "the'Vheavywelcht
rassung cnammon-ot tne woria.
grinned -mildly and sat down.
f. That was the most interesting
sight as the six-day bike races re
turned to New. Yorki placed in
that number one category simply
because there was little else to
see, The, ,Wke racers cam. back
after an abienee1 nf .nine var
and seating' arrangements are
such jo the W2nd Regiment, Ar
mory where they are being held
inat ij9 impossiDie to .see any
TAMPA, Fla. (UPJ)-A1 Lopex,
who has beaten the Yankees only
once iB eight tries, claims he is
going to do it again in 1959.
As manager of the Cleveland
Indians, he beat the Yankees in
1954. In five other seasons with
Cleveland, and the last two years
with the Chicago White Sox, he
always has finished second.
He thinks his third White Sox
club is going to do the job.
"I figure we have the best shot
at them, with Detroit right up
there, too," Lopex reasoned. -"One
of us is going to beat the Y
kees this year. I honestly feel
we're the club that is going to do
He likes Ms pitching, his down,
the-middle combination of Luis
Aparicio at shortstop, Nellie Fox
at second and Jim Landis in cen cen-terfield
terfield cen-terfield and his catching, led by
the long-ball hitting Sherman, Lol Lol-lar.
lar. Lol-lar. 1
What he doesn't like is his first
base situation and his relief pitch pitching.
Some Butlpen Help
"If we could come up with a
big bat at first and a little bull bullpen
pen bullpen help, Casey Stengel would
finish 'second for sure," Lopez
said. "I'm tired of finishing there.
Let good old Casey or Bill Nor Norman
man Norman (manager of the Tigers)
have that spot. OUr aim is first
glace and I honestly feel we're go go-lg
lg go-lg to make it."
His first base situation is such
that he even is considering mov moving
ing moving Lollar to that position If Earl
Battey continues to improve in his
catching and if veterans Ray
Boone and carl Torgeson ana big
Ron Jackson can't fill the bill on
a full-time basis.
Boone has' slowed down, Torae-
son is 35 and Jackson still has to
prove he can hit major league
pitching. He hasn't been able to
thus far this spring.
bhort and second are, set, of
course, with Apariejc and hoK
and at third it Willi be Bubba
Phillips with the veteran Biliy
Goodman behind him. Sam Espo
sito will be the utility- infieider
and rookie John Romano, who hit
.u ai xnaianapous lasi season,
the third string catcher. 'That
leaves catcher Les Moss in the
expendable class. ,
Golrm -With' Cifli$ertT
In the outfield. LoneY is tainir
lit- lf i r-m it,
wiu rooxie Jonn uamson in ien,
Landis in center and AI Smithy
who appears to have recovered
from' his leg Injury of last sea
son, in right.
"i m going all the wav will
Callison," Lopez explained. "Last
year I decided to do the same
witn Landis. He was hitting only
.200 in July, but I stayed with
him and he turned out to be the
goods. I'm going to stay with
Callison the same way."
Callison hit .283 at IndianaiiolU
in 1958 with 29 home runs and 93
lruns batted in.
For outfield reserves, the White
Sox have the veterans Jim Riv
era and Don Mueller.' Lbu Skizas
will stay on as a pinch-hitter and
can play third or the outfield
neither very well.
Lopez will start out with Billy
fierce (17-11), Dick Donovan (15
14). Early Wynn (14-16). Rav
Moore (9-7). Bob Shaw? (5-4 with
Detroit and Chicago)- and Barry
batman as nts xirst-une pitchers.
Latman won. three games while
losing none for the White Sox late
last season after they called him
up from Indianapolis, where he
naa a s-u recora.
Might Take Some Doing
Turk Lown, the ex national
leaguer who was 3-3 with While
Sox last season, will be the No.
1 bullpenn man unless the club
makes a deal. The Other hUrlers
will be veteran Gerry Staley (t-5)
Don Rudolph, an 11-game winner
at Indianapolis: Claude Ravmond.
who won only three games at
Wichita last season but who has
impressed Lopez this soring and
vana wnere ne naa a 7-7 record.
Lopez is hoping that Arias .will
give him the left handed relief
pitching he lacked last season..
While Lopez is optimistic, and
the White Sox have changed own ownership,
ership, ownership, they don't appear to nave
changed too much on the field. It
might take a lot of doing lor
for them to finish as high as sec
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Righthander Sam Jones To Round Out
Giants Big Four Pitching Rotation
BICHT OUT OF THEIR SHOES These girls aren't jumping out or their pumps witn joy.
fiSuVe Wka talced barefoot, members of the Newealand women's hockey team re-
moved their shoes in performing country's traoiuonai. aance, w, areennjs aruvmn m
,, 1, ., i '1. 1.1 1 . V
Stengel Picks Detroit Team
Most Likely To Bother Yanks
to keen It awav another. Oh vart
."1)owtj in iront," as jtypified by
the- beiiigerenCy ( 0f the miB
with ,tha glasses, ,.; became, ,tne
theme sons with tnnst nf thu mm.
! 2. J?Vh banked cdrves,. )',.'
The only difference between be-
'"S on nd and sitting in a clovt
is that it's (quiet in-a -closet Aud
just as informative. The announc announcer
er announcer sounded as if he had been eat eat-in?
in? eat-in? peanuta W 'thif middle of the
oanara n ine lacK' M i score
Casey .Stengel says they can't.
Steneel. who has guided the
.Yankees to nine pennants in his
10 years as manager, picks De
troit as toe club most ixkeiy to
give his team trouble.
"But what the hell, let's lace
facts," Stengel said.. "We have
players on our bench, what the
hell we even have players in the
minors who would be regulars on
any other club but the Yankees
"They say I've got problems.
WelL them who say it shpuld have
the same, ones. They'd behaDpy.,
My problem is to decide Which
players to keep. We only have
maior leaguers. The other clu"y
have to decide what minor lea leaguers
guers leaguers they want to carry."
Wants Mere Pitching
Stengel admits he wouldi like
niore, nilchihe. bwlMMs -'Vtrat
team doesn't?'' He thinks he has
enough as it is, but as insurance
he would like to pick up Dick
Hyde from the senators in case
his relief specialist of last year,
Ryne Duren, should not recover
completely from his knee opera operation.
tion. operation. He also, has to consider Whltey
Ford's, sore arm, and. Don Lar Lar-sen's
sen's Lar-sen's ailing shoulder. Casey, now now-ever,
ever, now-ever, isn't worried about either.
Bob Turley, the hero of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees come-from-behind World Se
ries triumph over the Braves last
year, will be his No. 1 pitcher.
He had a 21-7 record In ,1958 and
looks better than ever this spring.
For other starters there are
Ford (14-7), rated one pf the best
thing -except .the: necks, of those board added to; the confusion,
in front, of you. This one, is, likely iBut it is possible to report, a
thering a great deal from rumor
and hearsay, that the race was
started when Swedish motion nic nic-ture
ture nic-ture actress Gretta Thyssen-fired
a pistol. And- in lack of bike rac
lhg news it. can be reported that
Miss Thyssen. is an blonde who
comes up to about here, has all
the attributes flaunted by the new
crop of imported European beau
ties, wore a green dress which
would have been a amash in Dub
lin and loves to sign her auto
graph. ..-r i'1-
By LEO H. PETERSEN clutch pitchers In the "business;
L,arsen (a-bK jonnny k.ucks (i-H);
Tom Sturdivant (3-6); Duke Maas
(11-8) and Art Dittmar (3 8).
Backing up Duren (6-4) in the
Duupen. s ne naa-uoDDy snamz
(7-6), who also can be spotted as
a starter; Zack Monroe (4-2) and
two veterans, Murry Dickson
(10-7) and Virgil Trucks (2-2).
Of the Yankee rookie hurlers,
Mark Freeman, who won 13 while
losing 10 at Denver last season,
has the best chance to make it.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI)
Don't take tob much stock in
what rival American League man managers'
agers' managers' are : saying about the Yan Yankeesthat
keesthat Yankeesthat they can be beaten.
One Position Set Mantle's
Actually no position on the
Yankees, outside of centerfield
where Mickey Mantle will hold
forth, is set.i It looks like it will
be Hank Bauer in right and Norm
SiebeYn ,in left With the 43-year
old Enos Slaughter in reserve.
But Stengel has more outfielders
than that Yogi Berra, long the
Yankees' No. 1 catcher, can phy
right field and Elston Howard,
who probably will take over lor
Berra as the top catcher this sea season,
son, season, can play left. Any way Sten
gel wants to shift them, he isn't
John Blanchard, who hit .291 at
Denver last year with 19 homers
and 96 runs batted in, also is in
the catching picture, as is last
year's No. 3 man, Darrell John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Until Tony Kubek gets out of
service which will be within a
few weeks Stengel "will shuffle
his infield around. Moose Skowron
figures to start at first; but How Howard
ard Howard also can play that positjon.
Also there is Marvin Thron: Thron:-berry.
berry. Thron:-berry. Another Yankee Pennant
Bobby Richardson probably will
be at second, Gil McDougald at
short and either Andy Carey or
Jerry Lumpe at third. But wo"n
Kubek returns, he figures to ttTi
over the shortstop post with Mc
Dougald taking over second from
Stengel has a fine glove man in
Fritz Jricketl, who can piay ei
ther short or second and who hit
.266 at Denver last season. Then
there is Cletis Boyer, who batted
.284 at Richmond and who can
play the infield or outfield.
The Yankees have plenty of oth
er possibilities so many in fact
that Mqngei admits he does have
"They're all so good, it's goine
to be hard to decide which olay-
ers to keep, he explains.
Whichever ones he decides to
keep, they figure to make a sham shambles
bles shambles out of the American League
pennant race in 1959 just as tney
did last year.
By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Second Half Standings
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI)
Sam (Toothpick) Jones, the
fearsome but erratic right-hander
who led major league pitchers in
strikeouts last season, was traded
to the San Francisco Giants
yesterday for power-hitters Bill
white and Ray Jablonski.
The Giants, loaded with oower
but heretofore shy on .pitching,
thus acquired an experienced
hand to round out what now is
promising "big four" rotation
which also includes Johnny An
tonelli, Jack Sanford and young
White, a 25-year-old left-hand
ball hitter who came up to the
majors as a first baseman, will
be used in the outfield by the
Cardinals. Jablonski. returning to
the club with which he broke into
the league in 1953. is expected
to be employed as a righthandni
In addition to Jones, the Giants
also acquired Don Choate, a 21-
year-old right-handed pitcher who
compiled a 7-7 record for Omaha
in the American Assn. last sea
son. Choate immediately was as
signed to the Giants' Phoenix
farm in the Pacific Coast League.
Cards Need Power
"We need power as the Giants
need pitching," explained General
manager Big Devine of the
Cards in announcing the trade.
"They feel they got, pitching in
Jones and we got power in While,
who will, play the outfield for
us. He added no -cash was m
volved in the deal.
At the Giants' spring training
camp at Phoenix, Ariz., manager
Bill Rigney said: "To get a man
like Jones, you have to give up
equal, value. White was a sur surplus
plus surplus man at first base because
of Orlando Cepeda." .,
Cepeda won the Giants' regular
first base job last season while
White was finishing out a two
year hitch in the Army. Cepeda
batted .312 with 25 homers and
9V runs batted in to win the Na
tional League rookie-of-the-yeir -award.
t ... ...
Jones, who acquired his nick
name because he chews tooth-'
picks while he pitches, throws a
sharp-breaking curve and a blaz blazing
ing blazing fastball that makes, right- -handed
hitters quake. Yet he of-' v
ten has had trouble with control
and has experienced a spotty ma-. j
jor league career sine? he camg.T- -4
up tofthe Cleveland Indians in'
; 1 f
1 -- .( A
Lad In Strikeouts
Last season, for example, he
led all major league pitchers
in strikeouts with 225, but also.'
topped the National League in
bases on balls with 107. He won
14 games and lost 13, with an
earned run average of 2.88.
The tall Neero riehthannVr lit.
ed on the record books as 33 '
years old but believed to be 35, ..it
oucnea a no-nit, no run game for? ; a I
the Chicago Cubs against the -t;
Pittsburgh Pirates on May 12, ., .,-1955.
1955. .,-1955. In that game, he loaded the 1
bases on walks in the nith in '.
ning and then struck out the side. -White
batted .256, hi 22 home
runs and stole 15 bases as a ,
rookie first baseman with the
New York Giants in 1956. AI- : v
though he is rated a Ktanrinut h.
fensive first baseman, he wa 1
played in the outfield last season t (
after being discharged from tha! Wi
Army. In 26 games, he hit .241
for the Giants.
RIDES THREE WINNERS A a j
BOWIE, Md. (UPIJU: Jockey fj; 1
Howard Grant boptedSoine three ,-t "j- f
winners 4 Thursday tor raise his I
Bowie1 total to 42 in 16 days. H
scored on Xos Holiday ($6.60), 7;,
Colonel Art ($4.00) and Town Fire
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Abernathy Unis. shut out Cer Cer-veceria
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hind, behind, the brilliant pitching per performance
formance performance of AI Ausmus. He
scattered 4 bitt'-nruylfcout
10 Bebrmen, to put Abernathy
in a firm position of first place
in the second half.
Pucek started for the Beer Beer-men,
men, Beer-men, and had to leave the
game, due to pain in his right
shoulder. He was replaced by
Lane in the 2nd, the latter was
tagged with the loss, due to ooor
fielding by his teammates as
they committed 5 costly mis mis-cues,
cues, mis-cues, to spot the Unisports 6 un un-earn
earn un-earn runs in the 3rd innings,
Ausmus connected the game on only
ly only 'homer hia second straight in
two days. Ausmus was the star
in the game with 3 of the 7 hits
connected his teammates, he ai ai-so
so ai-so drove in four runs.
The box score:
AB R H O A
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House for rant conijitine of I
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FOR RENT: Unfurnished, three
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BAD NAUHEIM, Germany
UPI) EJsHs Presley's father and
his secretay. were injured slight slightly
ly slightly last night in a highway
accident that 'wrecked their car.
A spokesman for the 3rd Ar Armored
mored Armored Division at Friedberg,
where Elvis is stationed as a jeep
driver, said Vernon Presley and
secretary Elisabeth tefaniak suf suffered
fered suffered only bruises.
The. accident occurred when the
elder Presley was driving the
rock n rollr star's secretary home
from a shopping tour in Frank Frankfurt.
furt. Frankfurt. Presley tried to stop quickly to
avoid a pileup with another car
and a truck. His sedan went out
of control and roiled over several
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' SANH"NM0NICJ,' Calif. CtlPI)
Reginald Hawking, 58, said he
was driving hi car and minding
his own business yesterday when
"I felt a bump on the top of the
car and saw an airplane skid off
A single-engine private plane,
out of ful, stmacked onto the top
of Hawkins' car as the pilot, his
engine dead, tried to land on the
.None of the four persons aboard j
the plane was injured nor was
Hawkins. Said the motorist after
the freak mishap:
"First accident I've had in 35
years of driving."
Mamie To Wear
Violet In Easter
NEW YORK (UPI) Mrs.
Dwight D: Eisenhower plans to
wear violet in the faster parade
"if the weather is nice."
Mrs. Sally Victor, the milliner
who makes most of the first
lady's hats,, said Mrfe. Eisenhower
had selected avsmall. off : face
beret covered with tiny violets
and with moss green velvet trim
for wear Easter Sunday in Get Gettysburg.
tysburg. Gettysburg. "That is, if the weathr is nice."
said Mrs. Victor, who flew to the
White House .Thursday with sev sev-el
el sev-el at Samples for the first lady
The flotlV Ireret, with the vio violets
lets violets set on a net base, will go
with lav!rider costume of dress
and Jacket designed by Mollie
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JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) -The
crime rate in this Indonesian
capital increased' SO per cent in
1958 over the previous year, the
police department reported today.
The increase was attributed to
population growth, unemployment
and an insufficient number of policemen.
FOR SALE: Leaving country,
Plymouth 4 door sedan, 1954,
perfect condition, duty paid,
powersteering, radio, Deutsch.
Telephone 2-3643 or 2-2412,
FOR SALE: One half ton Van
1956 Morris Oxford. Duty paid.
Condition first class. Teh U69-J.
Colon. 13.190 Ave. Bolivar.
FOR SALE: 52 Oldsmobile 4
door sedan, $375 00. Phone 86 86-2203
2203 86-2203 Albrook.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1948, new tires, new upholstery,
engine overhaul, radio, inspected
$275.00. Balboa 2-3321.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 6 cy cylinder,
linder, cylinder, 4 door, sedan. Can be seen
at 0813 Plank street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Buick 1956 Special
4 doorv-Rivien 15,000 miles, excellent-
condition, many extras.
Call Balboa 1432 after 4:00 or
any time weekends.
FOR. SALE: 1954 Ford station
. waiort,y 9 passengers .country
sedan, Fordomatic, $90t'793-A
Tavern ilia 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. Tel. Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge Cus Custom
tom Custom Royal, blue book price
$2,100.00, 2-4338, 460 Ancon
FOR SALE: Packard 1948, 4
door -sedan, eomnletc new hraka
job', fWiC. Z. u,speced.d i
I'twmw tllk.AA'1' -imml Allium.
bargain $200.00. Phone 2-3218.
In South tent
L0NGV1EW, Tex. (UPI) -The
rei'ffn of- terror that sex killer
Willie Edward Philpot, 26, ,spread
throughout the South is at an end
Ajjury deUbeayinU '-ml"
the' Negro4 murderer and mass
rapist of white and Negro women
to aeath in the electric chair.
Philpot was convicted of killing
a 10 year old Negro girl, Joyce
Goff. raping her and then hang'
ing her dead body upside down
in a grove of treep near her
It is prbbablthe worst of the'
numerous crimes Philpot calmly
Philpot also confessed he threw
Mrs. Janis Hunter, 25, to her
death from the 19th floor of the
Adolphus Hotel in Dallas on July
13, 1958 while he was working
He admitted he was responsible
for the brutal beating and near
strangulation of Mrs. Trella Joy
Carter, 18, wife of a Marin serv
He also confessed he raiped se.y se.y-en
en se.y-en women, two of them white, in
Anniston, Ala., before coming
Texas. He confessed attacking
three men in the Shermam-Deni-son
area of Texas several months
Philpot told authorities that
"uncontrollable impulses" to in inflict
flict inflict pairi, came over him. Dr. W.
B. Laneston. a Longview psychia psychiatrist,
trist, psychiatrist, testified that Philpot was
subiect to periodic mental illness
during which he could have no
reason for his behavior.
With built-in Universal
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balhois Ave. No. 7 Tel. Z-4616
Authorised service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.
FOR SALE: One refrigerator 9
cu. ft., $100.00, telephone Bal-
FOR SALE: Complete dining dining-room
room dining-room set (mahogany) teats, 8
excellent condition. Tel. 2.-1362.
FOR SALE: Antique wardrobe,
Frigidaire, chairs, tablet, rugs,
radio-record player. Ornaments,
ladiet used winter clothing uni uniforms.
forms. uniforms. Venetian blinds, books.
FOR SALE: 1 42"x42" metal
dining table, formica top, and 2
mahogany chairs. All in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. $15.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1337.
FOR SALE: 1 desk, steel, exe executive
cutive executive type, 34"x60" $15.00.
2 chairs, tubular, with arms,
$5.00. 4 chairs, dining, tubular,
without arms $10.00. Telephone
FOR SALE: 2 five-drawer, met metal
al metal sideboards. $5.00 each. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1337.
To Oppose Man
Appointed By Ike
WASHINGTON CUPI) -r len.
Barry Goldwater, ranking Repub
lican member of the Senate La Labor
bor Labor Committee, said yesterday he
ill oppose confirmation of the
man President Eisenhower select selected
ed selected to enforce the Taft Hartley
Ther Arteona senator said the
man, now solicitor lor me JuaDor
Department, is not qualified for
the $20,000-a-year posWas general
counsel of the National Labor Re Relations
lations Relations Board (NLRB).
The 15-member labor tommittet
must hold hearings on the nom nomination
ination nomination and then decide, whether
to recontmend Senata) cpnfirma
lion. BJfting thettfcepecteit
Rothman was expected to be ap
proved despite lioidwater s oojec-'
tions. The nominee is a Republi Republican
can Republican from St. Paul, Minn.
Rothman's nomination has been
construed by aides of Labor See-
retary James P. Mitchell as a
victory for Mitchell over more
kowservative members1' -of the
resident's cabinet ana tomt ne ne-publican
publican ne-publican senators.
There has been som HI feeling
between Goldwater and the labor
scrtary. Although the senator
introduced the administration's
labor reform bill, he favored
tougher curbs on unions' than
those sought by MitchelL
The two men held meetings on
the issue before the administra administration
tion administration measure was introduced and
Goldwater said afterward that he
had obtained certain "conces "concessions."
sions." "concessions." This was denied by Mitch Mitchell.
ell. Mitchell. In addition, Goldwater had his
own candidate for the NLRBipost
Michael J. Bernstein, a conser conservative
vative conservative Republican attorney at attached
tached attached to the staff of the Senate
The general counsel of the
NLRB acts as a chief prosecu
tor and has the final word on
whether unfair labor practices
will be placed before th five five-member
member five-member board.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Whit flee
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"MORAZAN" Apr. 11
"TTMTA" Apr. 18
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Alao Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carero
New York Service Arrive
"JUNIOR" Mar. S
"COMAYAGUA" Apr. S
"FRA BERLANGA" Apr. 11
'METAPAN" Apr. 19
"SAN JOSE" Apr. 26
CRISTOBALAV.C.CA. FEEDER SERVICE
"TEXITA" .....'...Every (15) Day
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
. York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
- ., i ii ' r 1 11 '. 111
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.0
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return . $365.00
'FOR SALE: latter bunny, East Easter
er Easter eggs, taster chicks, all kind
of assortments of fin candies
and chocolates at reesonsble price
at Salon Lili, next let Hotel El
FOR SALE: Bird every, can be
used for small animal cage $25.
For yard only. Phona 13-21 39.
FOR SALE: Girls 24" Sohwinir
bike. Good condition $15.00,
aall Balboa 1432.
FOR SALE: Portable typewriter
we and Spanish characters $40.
Call Saturday or Sunday, before
$ p.m. 6338-B, Lot Riot, Canal
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi stereo com complete
plete complete with cabinets and quality
components for tape and records.
Phone Curundu 2203.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 5' outboard trail trailer,
er, trailer, new 7'i h.p. motor. AH new
equipment. Houta 403 Tivoll
Avanaa. Phona 2-1 C$7, 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, 2 gat tankt. $500.00.
Fort Clayton 6230.
FOR SALE: 14 foot fiberglassed
plywood runabout, controls, trail trailer,
er, trailer, convertible top and wind windshield
shield windshield $350.00. Phona Balboa
Course To Begin
April 9 At YMCA
The Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O.
will open a new course in reli reli-eious
eious reli-eious education on April t, at 7:30,
entitled "The God We Worship".
-ilM laadteirfll be Jie .Vejy Rev.
ftiaweriNj- jrewrBorowai -tn. ine
Cathedral of St. Luke.
The oourse will eontinuo tor
six successive Thursday evenings
and will deal with the idea of
God in the history of the Jewish
Those wishing to enroll may
call Balboa. 2839 or register at
the YMCA office. The course is
free and all are invited to enroll.
TOKYO (UPI)-The Communist
New China News Agency said
yesterday Indonesian authorities
had banned the current edition
of the U.S. weekly news maga magazine
zine magazine Newsweek.
The agency, quoting an Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian Antara News Agency dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, said all copies of the mag magazine
azine magazine were confiscated on orders
of Indonesia's attorney-general's
The action was taken on
grounds that the magazine car carried
ried carried "false reports, derogatory to
security agencies and the govern government
ment government of Indonesia, that might dis disturb
turb disturb the public order.
FOR SALE: Lett 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodrome
Urbanixatio acraw the Ramoa
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters m.the best location of
La Cresta. tituated between "V"
Straat ant) new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from I a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR' SALE: Completely furnish
ed three bedrooms residence in
II Valla da Anton, with living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, terrace, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, 2 bathrooms, kitchen
and additional room with electria
plant. River an property. Tel.
3-1302 and 1-1456.
FOR SALE: '59 NSU "Super "Super-fox"
fox" "Super-fox" 125 cc. '59 Maico "Sup "Sup-ersport''
ersport'' "Sup-ersport'' 175 cc. Excellent me me-chanical
chanical me-chanical condition, $300 each or
beat offer, Balboa YMCA 12-2
p.m. and 6-7 p.m.
Easter services at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral ot St. .uiKe win inciiuie no no-ly
ly no-ly Communion at 6, 8:30 and
iu:3u a.m. ai the two later serv services
ices services there will be special music
presented by the Cametlral CHoir
Guiia under the direction of the
Rev. Carl P. Ijams, and assist assisted
ed assisted by John Hoyte, t the organ.
A special feature will be the
addition of a team of trumpets
and. tympani from the Air Force
Band at Albrook Field who will
highlight the, musical accompani accompaniment.
ment. accompaniment. Thit iteam consists of:
trumpeteri St. Scott jMWall-
r, S-Sgt. Allen-A. Keener, A-2C
j acK M. j ones, ana tympanis;
Sgt. Willie A. Gilleon.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden will
be the celebrant .at the 8:30 erv
ice and will preach at the 10; 30
service. The Very Rev. Mainert
J. Peterson, Dean of the Cathe
dral, will preach at 8:30 and be
the celebrant at 10:30 a.m
Family participation in the Sac
raiment ot Holy Communion :s
being stressed. For the younger
ones who are not confirmed,
they will receive a blessing at
the Altar while the older family
members will receive the sacra
ment. The offering will be us
ed fosr the repainting of the We
riof and the exterior of the Ca
thedral. Every family ia being
asked to contribute the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of one gallon of paint as
In, the afternoon at 4:30,
service for the mresentation
the Church School Missionary of
fering will be held. This will in
clude a procession In which the
children place their Lenten Mite
Boxes on the offering table, to
be part of a great offering
throughout the Church to fur further
ther further the work of the newly form formed
ed formed missionary diocese of Central
America, and for the building of
parisn nouses in email enurches
in missionary areas in the etates.
This service will also mark
tye olose of the Lenten Chil Children's
dren's Children's Mission in which. Dean
Peterson presented the lives of
Saints every Wednesday night.
The members of the "gold
team" are leading in the annual
contest with their steady attend attendance,
ance, attendance, memory verses and bring bringing
ing bringing of parents and friends.
Easter Sunday wEl close with
Hie service of Evening Prayer
at 7 p.m. in the Cathedral with
Father Ijame a officiant and
Easter Services at the First
Baptist Church, of Balboa Heights
will be held at 8:20 and 10:40
The Rev. William H. Beeby
will deliver the messages at
each service on the resurrection
theme, entitled, "David' Easter
The church choir, directed by
Mrs. Mildred Hearne. will sine
at both the services. Their spe special
cial special number will be "Crown
aim by. Uounod.
At 8'. 30 the Sundav School, in
is weekly Bible study for all
age groups, will study on the
easier ineme ot the resurrec resurrection
tion resurrection : of Christ. The "Show Your
Faith'! i attendance campaign is
entering into its final week of
preparation. Opportunity to nartt
cipate will be presented again
by attending for the four Sun
days in April is the central idea
of the campaign.
Training iJnion meeting as u-
sual at 6:30, provides training
tor au age groups.
The evening service at 7:30
will be taken up with the annual
Easter sacred concert. The con
cert i in three parts and is pre
sented by two of the church
choirs. The Chanel Choir, di
rected by Sob Dahlstrora with
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FOR SALE: A,K.CgisteJ J
Boxer pupt. Call Navy 3689, 7
FOR SALE: Diamat ion female
dog, virgin, daughter f cham- v
piont of Mexico, Cuba and Mia Mia-.
. Mia-. mi with excellent pedigree. Can
be seen from S.tq 7 pm, at "F'?,
Street. EL Cangrejo ; "San Jose"
building apartment 2.
FOft SALE: AKC btnd and
silver; cocker spaniel puppies.
Champion and (how. etock tired
by gtnaral-tuf(-giiyf. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-467S. 4 1 j, JA.
Margie Morris as accompanist,
will sing several resurrection
numbers. The church choir di directed
rected directed by Mrs. Mildred Hearns
wnn Mrs. Louise Swafford at
the organ, will present Dubois'
beven Last Words." Nelh.ee.
Smith7'Mildrea -Hearne:' W t b'b
Hearne, Mike Wilson, Frank 0
Bamon, and Gerald Carpenter,
will sing the solo parts of this
portrayal"; ot Christ's last nin
utos on the ages. t
fT. PETIT R'$
l?ie Je4 iof 4 lARosunsettion
wui s-oDservo at t.) Peter's
uiurcn, La Boca, tomorrow with
a choral .ludisital j a.m.
swaa oi we usual lyae,
.Festive process! i-withvthe t-
colytes, .chonstei v and tlergy
parncipanng, .f, precede the
The Rev. Jo n Spear, priest
in charge, will officiate and de
liver the sermon on thia oooa
Following' the Eucharist, the
sacrament of Holy Baptism will
De administered. No other serv
ices are listed for the day.
The service of Holy Coram
nion will be said m Pedro Mi
guel st: au, next tita&r avoRung
oy s amer spear.
Members of the J. Henry Bon Bon-ney
ney Bon-ney Lodge No. 390 and its fe female
male female chapter, St. Veronica, will
wjiurcn a-rawp- wmotTOW ai
7:30 p.m. .. V".
AM frateroal groups arc hrvlt-
Sen. Humphrey Reveals Khrujhcbv'j
Bone In Throat' ShauU Slsy Thtrai
WASHINQTON (UPI) Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.)
said. yesterday the United States
should propose that the Russians,
withdraw troops from Poland and
Czechoslovakia at the forthcoming
Big Four foreign ministers meet meeting.
Humphrey, a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
ice, sum we pre-summn discus discussions
sions discussions on the Berlin crisis should
deal with German reunification
and the "whole problem let Cen
"l believe that the central first
principle of our negotiations
should be to get the removal of
the Red army from certain areas
of Central Europe," Humphrey
said, in a recording for an AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO public service radio program.
The day that the Red army
leaves Poland, even if It is on the
borders of Poland. jon that day
there will be more freedom in
Poland; no doubt; j about R;" he
said. "The sam-thine is true of
Humpnrey. wno had an eicht-
hour ; talk with -Soviet ; Premier
t;iSa aw' iti.-.. 1 i n
iNiKiia. o. A.nrusnenevj recently,
said the Communist- Party boss
told him four separate-times that
reunification of Germany now is
out of the question. V-.,
"He wants to eet usout- of that
last area of freedom called Ber
lin," Humphrey Said. "He says it
is a Done u his tnroaL . ana
he's choking on it a bit, 1 might
add that this is a bone -we ought
not to. remove." U
Sen. Alexander Wiley Ot-Wia.).
who is also a member of the Sen
ate Foreign Relations Committee,
sairl ha dnuhterl the!' Russians
would start a world war over Ber
lin. Appearing on the lame pro pro-cram,
cram, pro-cram, wilev said free elections
should, be an 'Integral part' of
any uerman unuicauon juau.
r other employee ta Work ar Satan
Cata Blanch. Inquire at Cantinn,
Chalet, Calidonia, taday Saturday,
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MERIDIAN. Miss.. f-UPlW. The
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a surplus of roasted pecans. Firs
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'jk PITOR'S NOT I : Ir aqi
ftirities Thursday expallad UPI
M'uMt Bast Correspondent
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: j : LARRY COLLINS
ftlRUT, Lebanon (UPD-The
Jreatest purgs ia the Arab world
HaFiwept Iraq with the Commu Commu-i
i Commu-i suppressing all opposition in
'af luthless. drive.
"The: stage may have been set
fbtthe outrisM takeover of the
S atefiie oil ieh natlon by -th!
rimunists. They have seized
toSt of much of the Iraqi gov gov-Enfoent
Enfoent gov-Enfoent andflled thousands of
1 the purge -started after the
Mosul rebellion in northern Iraq
earlier this month, was crushed
b the leftist regime Reliable
diplomatic sources set the muu muu-mum
mum muu-mum number of arrests at 5,000
to',000. Other sources place the
total as high as 15,000..
The concensus of both Western
and neutral diplomats in Baghdad
is ttiat the purge has broken the
back of any possible revolt and
ftsffi the reins of power in the
hands of- Premier- Abdel Karim
Kassem's openly pro-Communist
The diplomats no longer won won-det
det won-det if Iraq is going Communist.
The' question now is "has the na na-tSn
tSn na-tSn already passed the point of
- There is almost open anarchy
imong sfudent groups, who roam
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the streets in violent demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations against the West and the
Arab nationalism advocated by
President Gamal Abdel Nasser of
the United Arab Republic. Work Workers
ers Workers are demanding exorbitant
wages and drop their tools to join
any passing mob.
Press and radio are controlled
by the Reds, who release only
what the Communists want the
people to know. As a result,
Iraqis live in a world totally iso isolated
lated isolated from their Arab neighbors
and from all vestiges of non non-Communist
Communist non-Communist thought.
Editorials are spoon-fed to the
locar press by Col. Outfi Taher,
a one-time horse doctor who is
now the Communist chief of
press. The four papers which oc occasionally
casionally occasionally dared to print National Nationalist
ist Nationalist sentiments were burned by or organized
ganized organized mobs.
Baghdad Radio emits a round-the-clock
stre.am of Red propa propaganda
ganda propaganda and savage attacks on
Nasser. It makes unceasing at attempts
tempts attempts to deify the personage of
Foreigners, particularly Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, are subjected to continual
harassment. Most Egyptians have
left the country. Palestinians, sus suspected
pected suspected of pro-Nasser sympathies,
are trying to get out quickly.
Vendors openly hawk- porno pornographic
graphic pornographic pictures defaming the
Egyptian leaders. Slogans and
cartoons debasing Nasser in the
most salacious terms are
scrawled, on walls throughout
The Communists have taken
Over many of the key ministries
in the government. Communist
committees control the Ministries
of Defense, Propaganda, Educa Education,
tion, Education, Economics and Social Af
fairs. Ministers and employes
with anti-Communist sympathies
have been purged.
Agony Of Christ
(UPI) Therese Neumann yester
day began her lonely, painful re re-enactment
enactment re-enactment of Christ's agony as
she has every year since 1926.
The 60-year-old villager first suf
fered the mystic wounds of the.
crucifixion on Good Friday 33
Every year, on Good Friday,
the stigmatic has bled from var various
ious various of the wounds Christ suf suffered.,
fered., suffered., Tins tycar ,i hei8' jhjeedlng from
the heart wound arid from her
Her family has reported that
since the first appearance of the
wounds, she has eaten nothing. In
the 33 years that have passed
since then, they report, the only
solids she has consumed were the
Hosts she received at Commun Communion,
ion, Communion, i
An estimated 8,000 persons
among them many American sol soldiers
diers soldiers stationed in Germany, have
been here since the early hours
of this morning. This was at least
3,000 more than last year.
The visitors came mainly by
automobile or by special buses
to stand and wait m the streets
of the village.
It was not considered likely that
any of them woujd be permitted
to approach her this year. All vis
its were forbidden beginning
The only person with Ker now
is Konnersreuth s parish priest,
Father Josef Naber.
The Roman Catholic church has
not yet made any pronouncement
on her mystic experiences, al although
though although ft Was understood' here
that "favorable consideration
was being shown at the" Vatican.
SCOUTMASTER ROBERT OLE EM (left) awards first Mass rank to Victor Swan (center) at a Troop
No. 16 campfire held recently at the new Madden Lake scout camp. At right are two scouts who had
just received their first class awards Steven Jones end Jack Ruby (right). Witnesses in the back background
ground background are David Williams (left) and Wayne La Fleur. Seven scouts received first class promotions'
and eleven were awarded second class rank at the campfire. Troop No. 16 is located at Fort Xobbs,
(U.S. Army Photo) '.V
A curious anomaly ie that the
Foreign Affairs Ministry has been
relatively untouched by the Reds
in the midst of the massive Com Communist
munist Communist infiltration.
Kassem Big Riddle
The biggest riddle in Iraq is
Kassem himself. Publicly he
takes a soothing, moderate line.
But he appears unwilling or un unable
able unable to control those around him.
Id a move to draw-tighter the
curtain around Iraq, this corre correspondent
spondent correspondent was expelled Thursday
with two other American news newsmen,
men, newsmen, Winston Burdett, Middle
East and Rome correspondent of
Columbia Broadcasting System,
and William McHale, Middle East
correspondent for Time Life.
Iraqi authorities would give no
reason for the expulsion, except
to inform us curtly: "You have
been here long enough."
Southern Democrats May Break Party
Ties With New Proposal For Electors
Democrats promoting a cam campaign
paign campaign to free their presidential
electors from the party's national
apron strings may find them themselves
selves themselves in a 1960 convention battle.
The Democratic National Com Committee
mittee Committee has not yet taken action
against the so-called "Independ "Independent
ent "Independent Electors Movement" in the
South. However, party sources
suggested that party organiza organizations
tions organizations in the Dixie states may get
a warning about it.
They said the party's answer
might be an attempt to unseat
convention delegates from states
which, have freed Democratic
electors of allegiance to the par party's
ty's party's national standard-bearers.
The free elector idea has been
Ritual At Wfieii
Seven Scouts of Troop 16 com
pleted first-class tests and were
promoted at a campfire ceremony
held in the new Canal Zone Scout
Council at Madden Lake.
The new first-class Scouts are
Jack Ruby, Rex Chase, Steven
Jones, Gregory Thomas, Victor
Swan, Wart-en Oleen and Charles
Franks. They took their tests dur during
ing during a four-dny outing at the lake.
Members of the Fort Kobbe troop
also cleared jungle growth from
their campsite i preparation for
the all-Zone camporee which will
be held Friday, Saturday and Sun-,
Parents of the Scouts drove to
the lake for the awards campfire.
They were surprised with a trail
stew prepared by 1st Lt. Fred Law Law-ley,
ley, Law-ley, chairman of the outdoor e e-vents
vents e-vents committee. It was the pro product
duct product of four hours of patient cook cooking
ing cooking over a log fire.
Eleven Scouts completed the re
quirements for second class and
received their badges at the eamp
fife. They are Ronnie Dodson, Wil
liam Knight, Jimmy Myers, Larry
Nyland, Leon Smith, Jimmy Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Lovon FOlsom, Danny 'O' 'O'Brien,
Brien, 'O'Brien, Charles Neal, Tom Dorsey
and Chuck Berry.
Candidates Eddie Sidberry and
Bob Smith were promoted to
The campfire ceremony was
conducted by Robert Oleen, Scout
mastr ; Ronald Hoffman, assistant
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THE HAGUE, March 2 (UPDI The Interna ttonat Court f
Justice has been requested for an advisory opinion on the alloca allocation
tion allocation of seats on the maritime safety- committee of the Inter-.
Governmental Maritime ConsulativeOrganiiafiont.j:i.M.C.O.).
The world court announced in a communique that the re
quest was submitted by the assembly of LM.CO. en March 25
The communique summarized I
M.C.O.'i request asking the court'!
opinion to the following question:
"Is the maritime sate commiuee
of I.M.C.O. which was elected on
January 15, 1959, constituted in ac
cordance witn tnerconvenuon ior
the establishment si the organiza
tion?" ... .-...
I.M.C.O.'S action, follows flinicui-
ties in January at a conference
where the permanent safety, com committee
mittee committee was set up. At the confer conference
ence conference a bloc of -votes led by Euro
pean seafaring nations aeteaiea
an American argument that, both
Liberia and Panama should be'
come members of this safety com committee.
mittee. committee. written into the kw of two states
and adopted by the Democratic
Partv orcanization of a third.
Georgia passed a law last year
and Arkansas approved one this
year that frees electors of any
requirement to vote for the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic presidential ticket. Ala Alabama's
bama's Alabama's Democratic Party also
approved the plan.
The independent electors move movement
ment movement is regarded as a maneuver
to give southerners more bargain
ing power in the choice of a lUbo
presidential candidate and in
drafting of a party platform.
Democratic National Chairman
Paul M. Butler, who sometimes
has stenped on southern toes,
hedged yesterday when aksed
about the movement at a news
He noted that 1956 convention
rules called for delegates to do
evervthine nossible to get the'
party candidate on their state Bal Ballots
lots Ballots along with a slate of electors
pledged to the candidate.
Butler said the next convention
still -was more than a year away.
ill iiic lilcctiiLijiicy no aniui w,
party will "watch the situation
and be prepared to meet it in the
best interest of the party."
Unpledged presidential electors
presumably could cast their
states' electoral votes for anyone
they pleased, regardless of the
outcome of the popular Balloting,
If no presidential nominee got a
majority of the electoral vote, the
election would be decided' in the
House of, Representatives, where
each state would have one vote.
The Democrats have had a his
tory of scrapping about party loy
alty. In 1948, a group of southern
ers walked out of the convention
and formed the States' Rights
Party with their own candidates.
In 1952, there was another sharp sharp-battle
battle sharp-battle over party loyalty. In 1956
the convention adopted a rule
committing state party organiza organizations
tions organizations to "under-take to assure
that the Democratic candidate
would be on their ballots with a
slate of pledged electors.
Mm 'sbirtWay is toforaef itonc
: .'. . ,.
An Americairnwobnial in defer
jntil 1961 the election of the com
mittee .submitted to the conference
after it haH become apparent that
seats for Liberia and Panama had
little hope, was defeated by 14 to
12 votes. The opposing nations
haracterlze the ensigns of Pana
ma and Liberia as "flags of con convenience"
venience" convenience" which have been the
subject of bitter protest action for
sometime past. The world court
will now actually have to advise
whether it considers "flags of con
venience-nations as normal large
large seafaring countries with full
rights. . ;
Plol By Teenagers
To Burn Down School
HOUSTON. Tex. fUPI-Arson
investigators have revealed a plot
by three teen-agers to burn down
luni or high school with a
delayed action incendiary bomb
that exploded prematurely and
seriously burned one of the boys.
A 14-year-old student at Jane
Long Junior High School brought
the bomb to class Wednesday and
intended to leave it in his locker
over the Easter holidays so it
would Btart a delayed-action fire,
prson investigator D. A. Whieham
The bomb, composed of potas
sium permanganate and glycer glycerine,
ine, glycerine, went off in the boy's hip
pocket after he sat down at his
desk. He ran screaming from the
room, his pants flaming, to a rest rest-room
room rest-room to put out the fire.
Ihe plot was not revealed until
Thursday ; night after Whigham
and his partner, B. A. Cook, com
pleted their investigation.
The boy who brought the bomb
to class suffered severe and pain painful
ful painful burns on his right hip. While
waiting wrapped in a blanket to
be taken to a clinic for treatment,
he-told schpol officials two other
students, both 15, were in on the
pidt;"-' -rr 0"
Police chemist Floyd' 1. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald said the glycerin could
have burst and ignited the potas potassium
sium potassium when the boy sat down, or
his body heat could have ignited
McDonald said potassium oxi oxi-dizs
dizs oxi-dizs when glycerine is poured on
it, creating 800 to 900 degree heat
even before it bursts into flames.
He said the mixture causes an
SMASH SPY RINO
Jerusalem; Israel (UPi)
Israel has smashed a small but
efficient Arab spy ring working
in Galilee for an unidentified for foreign
eign foreign country, police said today.
Ponce were tipped of the ring's
activities by a Haifa man who
was offered money to collect mil
itary information. A former Pal Palestinian
estinian Palestinian headed the ring, police
saia, but they refused to name
Loretta Young's Ex-Husband Takes
Own Life In Plush Hollywood Home
HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 28 (UPI)
Actor Grant Withers, first
husband of Loretta Young, took
his own life because of de despondency
spondency despondency over his career and
personal life, police said today.
"Please forelve me," my fam
ily, I was so unhappy. It's bet
ter tnis way. mantes w an my
friends. I'm sorry I let them
down,', read a note left by the
The note and a bottle that
had contained sleeping puis
were found near the bed where
Withers lay with a telephone
clutched in his hands. He was
discovered last night and police
said he had been dead about
"I'm so, so sorry," Miss Young
repeated several times when
told of the actor's death sifter
she returned from Good Friday
church services. Her marriage
to Withers lasted only a year.
BITTER-SWEET arfd Beautiful. ; RICHARD MASON'S
Best-Selling Novel Becomes An Unforgettable Film!
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HIGH FASHION Julie Lon London
don London models : the' very tot est
thing in evening gowns for
her. The Hollywood actress has
worn the "old look" in several
ol her pictures.. What's more,
I she prefers the '89 fashions over
ithe' ones of f59. The gowns
were really glamorous then,
she says, a v
Air Force Recovers
Thor Data Capsule
From Missile Nose
CAPE CANAVERAL, Tla.. Mar.
28 (UPI) The data capsule from
the nose cone of a Thor missile
fired i,6bb mites downrange was
recovered yesterday, Air Foroe of
The Air Force tries only occa
sionally to recover the data cap
sule because it Msually has suffi
cient information from telemetry
instruments installed ki the weap weapon's
on's weapon's nose eone.
It was the third such eapsule re recovery
covery recovery in 25 Thor firings.
The blunt nose cone will not be
sought by the Air Force. The cap capsule
sule capsule was rigged to fall from the
nose cone several thousand feet a a-bove
bove a-bove the earth and then parachute
slowly into the ocean.
The .Thor was blasted aloft late
Other missile activity indicated
the ninth Vanguard probably will
be fired in two weeks. The Fed
eral Space Agency put the first
stage engine of the Vanguard satei
lite-launchinr,:: rocket through a
ground pre-flight test yesterday.
Detective Ed Finn of the
North Hollywood police station
said Withers' death, "was a sui
Withers had married 1 four
other" times. His family could
not remember any or his previ
The actor's wives included
Betty Vernon, Miss Young, Alys
Walsh or Cleveland ana Est
lita Rodriguez, a Cuban dancer dancer-actress
actress dancer-actress whom he divorced in
Jack Miller, owner of the
apartment where Withers lived
alone, found his body when be
became worried, not having
seen him for a day.
"He looked just as if tie had
been sleeping," Miller said.
wii-ners naa oeen aesponaeni
and had some financial trou troubles,,
bles,, troubles,, including trouble making
his s car payments, Miller told
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, HAVANA '' (UPI) Four men
have been jailed here on charges
of plotting with refugee ;ex-ten.
Rolando Masferrer and an im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned anti-Communist leader to
asMSsinate,Premiier .Fidel Castro.
The four, held ..iBKonimunicado
in the Cabana: 'iortress prison,
were identified' as "Roberto del
Corrdles, 34, Roberto Lopez, 28,
Andres Chacon,. ,23, and Jose Tor Tor-ibio'
ibio' Tor-ibio' Soto, 21. '.fei :T'
They were arrested Thursday
by Sgt. Felis Vasquez and plain plain-clotheeman
clotheeman plain-clotheeman Jose Blanco who
posed as fellow-plotters to gain
information' about the conspiracy.
Authorities charged that Mas Masferrer.
ferrer. Masferrer. woo fled to" Miami when
ousted 'ex President, Fulgencio
Batista was overthrown Jan. 1,'
engineered 'the "plot in association
with former Morrriation Ministre
Ernesto de la Fe. who has been
in the Cabana prison on1 undis
closed charges since Jan. 4.
It was not immediately clear
how De la Fe managed to com communicate
municate communicate with Masferrre and the
other alleged plottres,
.. Unoffiqial sources said Del Cor-
United Steelworkers Union f
PITTSBURGH (UPI) -The
United Steelworkers Union con contends
tends contends a pledge by U.S. Steel Corp.
to avoid new wage-and-price in increases
creases increases is "proof" the nation's
top steel producer is "hell-bent on
fomenting a strike", this summer.
U.S. .Steel President iClifford. F.
Hood said Thursdays iri reply' to
a general" plea by President El El-snhower
snhower El-snhower to hold the line on pos possible
sible possible steel price increases, that
the company would "ejcert every
effort to avoid" bikes in both
prices and wages..
The President at, his. Wednesday
new3 conference had avoided ref
erence to wages in his appeal to
the steel industry and union to
negotiate a careful contract that
would not force a new inflationary
spiral in steel prices. i"
Hood is making public reolv to
the President's, appeal injected
wages into the s picture.-. He saidr
"mere nave been increases in
employment costs in tne steel in industry
dustry industry every year since 1940. With
the already high ates; of wages,
we itf United State! Steel see no
reason why there .should be more
eiupiuyiuem uubj,;" increases ana
and more price, increases aeain
"We will exert every effort to'
avoid both," he pledged.
"Pious hypocrisy," snapped
USW prseident David J. McDon
ald in response to Hood s pro
"1 submit that this answer k
incontrovertible proof that the
steel industry is hell-bent On fo fomenting
menting fomenting a strike. This is proof of
our charge that the industry is
deu&ertately promoting strike talk
to stimulate scare buying, of its
products," said McDonald.
McDonald said Hood's declara
tion amou.ted to an "arrogant"
announcement tnat tne company
"has no intention to bargain in
good faith, but that it, will shut
down its plants rather than give
ear to any union proposal how
He added that Hood, In reply,
ing to the President, had not set
down "one single word aimed at
solution of this economic malad maladjustment
justment maladjustment which worries us all."
He said the industry was operat operating
ing operating at more than 90 per cent of
capacity and is realizing ail-time
"All of this, mind you, while
hundreds of thousands of our
members are walking the streets
in idleness," said McDonald who
begins negotiations for the 1,250,-000-member
union in New York
"If a strike does occur," ie
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rales; Lopez, Chacon' and Toribi
had planned to kill Castro as he;
left a television studio here early early-Thursday
Thursday early-Thursday after a 4V4-hour telecast;
For unexplained reasons, they
approached Vasquez, who agreed; r;
to, join them in a "counterrevolu
tionary movement" and made r
date to meet. them' kk a bar
discuss details. i 1 "i f
- Vasquez took. Blanco with hinv
to the rendezvous, and Introduced; :
him as a willing fellow-plotters
When the lour men revealed thelt i
plan to kill Castro, however, Vas-t -quez
and Blanco drew guns, dis'
armed and arrested tha would-be)
assassins. i 1 j i
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' Earlier. K Was announced Aral
John JT. Spiritto, of Los Angeles,,
a captain in Castro's revolution.
ary amy, is being held for trial t
in ihe killing of a militiaman ft'
Cumanayagua in January, r
Ex-Maj. Wiflianr Morgan. wh
was Spiritto's commanding officer,
at the time of the shooting, said;
the trual is a "routine" gesture
Intended to clear the California!?; ..
By, 1.S. Steel-.
added, itfwill b deliberately,'
U.S. Steel Corp. officials' in ri4 j'
cent speeches here and in CUva
land said mushrooming employ4
ment costs are boosting stfelj
prices. to the point where foreign-'
steel producers are getting
stranglehold on American mar
is negligible compared to domilK
tic output. m,
Current three-year 'ontracti ra rathe
the rathe basic steel industry, expire
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