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0 MORE TOURIST; FLITE5
"Let the people know the truth and the country U $afe
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1957
HEwiiy newspaper v,v n
a.'.- rs i
Power tor Penes'
.Armed Force Day cr'moni$ will get underway at.
Fort Dav(s at o'clock tomorrow morning Jor, Atlantic
tide residents andat I'pk at Albrook Air Force Bae
for Pacific; aiders. ; '
t Visitors to the "Power for Peace" demonstration by
. the local U. military services Vrill start entering For1
Davis at 8 a.m. At Albrook Field, the gates -will be opened
aVU ajti. 2 v LV.; V" .f":
' f- The festivjtiesat Fort,Davis will end with -a dance,
'-"Some of thedemonsttatlons
to be seen at Albrook are: Pby
Bical training demonstration,
simulated firing of 4.2 I.
tank platoon formations; tank
engine, removal; chemical .igni .ignitions
tions .ignitions demonstration r aerial fiy fiy-Iby
Iby fiy-Iby and demonstrations; anov a
precision drill br the EOTC
Unit of Balboa High School
Statls displays at Albrook will
Include: A Jungle warfare traln traln-injf
injf traln-injf display; field kitchen- tank
displayT 1 90 mm. anti-aircraft
battery; Havy orojection booth;
Navy cargo; Ship display; radlo radlo-Jacsimile;
Jacsimile; radlo-Jacsimile; and a Joint medical
services display-and. j first i aid
Time," and schedule of events
are as follows:
1:00 p.m.-i;l5 p.m. Martial
music by Army and ;Air. Tore
combined band. r v:Z$y;
1:15 p.mv-l:30 pnt "Rifle jsxer
elses and drills by Amy,p
1:30 p.m.-2:l0 p.m.: Aircraft
fly-by of various types of. Air
force planes' ; -:
: 2:10 p.m2:25 p.m.' Simulated
i i. Jl-lb Ittmv o ft 'yrf'-
C j. , 1
Whf tnrtitp out is 1 brawl be-
' -vtween a married couple in Gamboa
- r ended with a happy kiss-and-m ake-t-r
up .scepe today jn alboa Magi-
" jtrate's Court. : tt
V nvM nnrketf. 49 vear-old nu.
' band in the case; pleaded not guil guil-tv
tv guil-tv tA riioturbinx the oeace of Jam-
boa yesterday afternoon, while. hii
Y'. ..' M .-1.1 .k. IUT
. At told by lmogene'i pregnaat
daughter,- the- fight started after
the wife asked for a glass of wa-
-. ter. Burkett's ngry -reply n a
; name-calling led is .Wife te pick
; "up a small piece of pipe with which
' ; ahe Intended to hit him, However
" Biirkett countered bV picking up a
tirk nrt Irvin tft hit his wife.
: .' Quite 4 commotion was stirred
up, the daughter testified, and tna tna-v
v tna-v ; ny people gathered to watch, the
. ftassie. : :
. The girl'a teitimeny was mar--
r4 M court by what was trm4
"Im.I interference." e btmin
' Sound ef en air compresaer which
ua marklna line utMe j, the
eewrtreem eeopW with the eeund
ln Derations ef rtf sewage
lim u baek the eeurtreem.
Th Judse ordered workmea en
the compressor td ease and Jesist
for a few minutes utmi we cue
could be properly beard-
tv,. ttnrkti couole was each
placed on six months probation af after
ter after the imposition of sentence was
tnmriMt and ther -nromised to
"love, honor SBd obey ack other'
from now a.- ;.
: FiihJ OTd Cy Li
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
, President Eisenhower today au-
thonzed a three million dollar
U. S. contribution to a program
unriM- which 15 000 HunsarUB ref
ugees .would be moved out of
cramped quarters ia ; Yugoalavia
and Western Europe.
The refugees would ft te coun countries
tries countries other than the United S'ates.
They include Australia and Cans-,
' da. v
Arrive Jo Fish In
. The shrimp boats ara a comln'.
Tn fact they're hf-re. A iUH of 11
i!ican ahnrrp bo' ar-ed in.
I a .ho a yf.MiTday 1: i s a 1 1 a a'
" i'iwx to f;
to fc.fi tn Pana-.a s'pr.
. Nt carr:r a crrw rl fire
mi .; is tpnr maiden BTf'
hrtne of the crew n-Ktiberi
a''et. ".. J
Te ft bloBi te a Mexican,
Au'j'o Ferrat, 4
1$ Theme bf ;
2:25 D.m.-2:45 p.m. Inter
American geodetic survey team
2:45 D.m3:00 p.m. Army avu
ation. Detacnment. aemonstra
tion. .' '
3:00 o.m.-S:08 p.m. Precision
drUl ,bv ROTC- Unit- of Balboa
3:08 p.m.-3:28 p.m. jtemovai
and replacement of M41 Al Tank
Pnwer Unit .
.9:28 D.m.-3:48 p.m. "Aaenai
demonstration by various types
of Marine Aircraft.
3:4ft p.m.-4:30 D.m. Demon
stratlon of chemical Munitions
and Equipment. ;
l, Atlantic Sidev
Among the many demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations at Fort Davis Will be;. A
jet flyover by Air force planes;
joint paraae witn troops iur-
nisnea bv Army. wavy. Marine,
Air Force, and rotc caaeta oi
Cristobal High scnooi; jiyover;
by U.S.- Marine planes; : lire
ftchtin "demonstration: preci
sion drill by RCTTC students of
Cristobal tfiign, scnooi;, neucop-'
ter evacuation; meteorological
balloon releaser. demonstration
Infantrv f" in' attack
demonstration of 1 ;.!"t aircraft;
and a chemical waifare section
demonstration, ( .
Static displays at Fort Davis
will include:' underwater weld-,
lng and -cutting; Marine ; air aircraft;
craft; aircraft; miniature aircraft' car carrier
rier carrier "Skys weeper"; weapons of
an Infantry regiment; American
Legion display; and an ordnance
section Atlantic Area display.
vTime and schedule of events
sine aa follows:, -,' .?;
f B .00 a.m.-9 : 03 a.m. T-33 Jet
fly-by; U.S. Air Forces ; V
1 9:00, a.m.-9:30 a m ; Joint r-my-Navy-Alr
9:30-; a.m.-9:49 a.m. Aerial
demonstration by Marine Air
Group 31. '- -t
9:40 a.m.-9:50 a.m. Fire fight fighting
ing fighting demonstrations.
9:50 a.m.-10. 00 a.m. Precision
drill by RQTQ unit pf Cristobal
High School.. t -U
; 10:00 a.m.-10:10 a.mi Hellcop Hellcop-ter
ter Hellcop-ter rescue demonstration.
' 10:00 a.m.-10:15 a.nuleteoro a.nuleteoro-logical
logical a.nuleteoro-logical balloon release.; :
10:15 a.m.-10:4O a.m. infantry
company in mock attack.- :
10:40 -a.m.-10:50 a.m. Army
10:50 a.m.-ll:20 a.m. Chemi Chemical
cal Chemical Corps demonstration, v
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Dies In Athens
" LONDON, March 14 r- (UP)
Princess Nicholas, mother of
Britain's Duchess of Kent, died
is Athens today, Buckingham Pa Palace
lace Palace announced. The prince as was
The Duchess of Kent and her
sister, Piincens Olga of Yugo
slavia, fir w to Athena last night
to be at the bedside. :
Safe On Sacrifice
SAY JOSE, Calif., March 15
(Vfl An OfTiealos safecrack
er blasted hi M-:f out of trasineu
today when t tackled a bakery
Police said i f brgiar appar
ently used too nuch dynamite be-
cau&e the exp ioo blasted the
safe through a v all, shattered win win-dewa
dewa win-dewa and shr 3e4 currency ia
The culprit f d without collect collecting
ing collecting what lilUe money was not de destroyed.
60 -Cycle Conversbri Of. Equipment -' Start. Monday'VIAf Garobba
of ail doir.f
townslte ef C'
ed Monday r
announced by i
-n 25 to 60 cycle
equipment ia the
:ot will fee rtirt-J
ucg. it has txc
i.e Peaer Coever-
. central area eon-1
i notices to the
yeitrrcJay in in-'fftta
'fftta in-'fftta of the t rrf
L. E. Scmr-'
.'frminf; tv r
;H scbrJ-.;;. thti
;" "f to Mmplfli,
'"'- oe tK f.ri,
Accord. rl f
rs'rif'.T i r
mnt in JO a:
day of vrr.
MAYOR JOSE CA MR ElSCA ElSCA-LA
LA ElSCA-LA and the president of the
Rent Board exchanged letters
today a workmen started to
. demolish I- the cende Dined
buildings of the ,'Xum ber
Yesterday, a group of ten
ants of the area in which the
flooring of a room collapsed re
cently leaving; 30 Injured, told
the Mayor, who had ordered tne
demolition, that they would go
to live In the city's public
schools If the buildings in
which they live are demolished.
Meanwhile, Ernesto E. Anas,
chairman of the Rend Board,'
reiterated his stand that the
Mayor should grant permission
for repairs to the "condemned
Lumber Yard buildings, -v.. be because
cause because there are no low-cost
.--homes for. the tenants whose.
. homes are, to be demolished.
A commuriioue from Panama
Foreign Office today reported
receiving word from the -Panamanian
Embassy in Havana
that Panamanian Jose Puente
has been arrested by Cuban au authorities
thorities authorities In connection with the
recent uprising there..
The communique said Puen Puen-te's
te's Puen-te's three sons, students of the
University of Havana-Jose Jr.,
Jorge and Roberto have sought
asylum in the Panamanian Em Embassy
bassy Embassy In Havana. . j
A favorable report on the
Sublic health plan worked out
y American public health
consultant Dr. Falk was heard
' last nrght by the Panamanian
Public Health Association, :
The report, prepared by en engineer
gineer engineer Ramon saavedra and
Drs. Alberto Calvo, Alfred E.
Gerald and Oulllermo Guevara,
went into the Falk plan in de detail
tail detail and emphasized positive re results
sults results which can : be obtained
f rom its application.
. The tabloid daily El IV a re reported
ported reported today that a sensation-
al letter i"1 1 ben: received by t
Li. Col. ouui inno 1 :iirs, sec second
ond second in command of the Nay
tional Guard, regardinc;' the
' Jan. 2, 1955 assassination ; of
President Jose A. Remon '
. The paper said the National
Guard studied ; r the document
for 24- hours before turnlnar It
over to the Minister of Govt.
and .justice, who in turn gave
it to President de la GuaroUa. V
. ,The hike fn air mail rates
ordered by the Panama gov government
ernment government is from six to ten'
cents, instead of 14 cents as it
appeared Wednesday fci this
Ailcmpl To Sell CZ
Ihiorial To Prissl'
Trying' to- sell a Panama priest
building material from the Canal
zone landed a 42-year-oid rana
manian in iaii todav. '.
The defendant. Samuel Walker,
employed. by the Canal's Building
Division, was charged with taking
money under false pretenses from
Catholic Driest Father Luis Frazo-
qulr oi the Lourdes Chapel in Pa
nama. ; .- y ."
According to the charge. Walk
er was oaid 1110 bv the priest as
advance payment for paint, elec
tric wiring and ceiotex ne neeaea
to repair the church buuding.
Father Fratoquir. said be was
told the material could be pur purchased
chased purchased at 'Ft Clayton. v
The District Attorney's office re requested
quested requested a continuance of the case
until 2 p.m. Monday. Bail of $250
The afleeed offense occured on
March 2 in the area of the Mira-
flores Bridge on GaUlard Highway
when both men were in a car.
Walker's previous police record
shows conviction on a s iNn 11 a r
charge in 1939, besides many traf
fic violationa. .. . ;
v Hard Bargain
LOS ANGELES. March 15 (UP)
Council man Ransom M. Calli Calli-eott
eott Calli-eott complaining that a "keep off
the grata" edict prevented persons
from enjoying a downtown park,
proposed to the -city council that
the grata lawns be repiacea oy
concrete painted green.
are located In aa area
by S.bcrL Harding aod
too Avenues. Anyone desiring fur-
ther Inform at ioo oa eooveraiM ac
tivitiea ahould telrphene e-du5. the
area evf reer'a tv,,c ia Gamboa.
- work p"c atcarahof to
eK-? .i and thr r n vrtfr
a 6'y in t-a rfalhrtry e
uipTiant, fK era af ta"-
irf srai'' Mutpmanl or th
atira tawni'at Ci-V-a 4
l-"a Crvt ""ii tt -'afaal
"-.! f ar t r I-
If.. a i f;rt .e f
vrt"n ta be startei en ra Pan
- .i .... .' 'i i. i, . i i .i i i 'hi: j I s j
COCO 50L0 PILOJ MISSING
' AFTER CARIBBEAN DITCHING
'v. A U.S. Marine Corps pilot is reported missing today after his
plane, a Sky raider, crash-landed
The accident, which occurred
two days reported from Coco Solo. t
, : Three men from the same outfit died yesterday, morning on
a test flitht at France Field when their helicopter crashed at
the end of a seldom-used landing
The names of the four men, who
were all based at Coco Solo, are
being withheld pending notification
of next of kin. .
The Marine Air Group 31' arriv arrived
ed arrived on the Zone exactly one week
sen todav. It will take Dart in to-
morrow s celebration oi a r m e a
Forces Day,, and in the big upcom
ing maneuver uakib-ia. a
A board Of lnvesueauon appoint
d vsterdav to determine -the
cause of the Helicopter. crasn wui
also probe into today's crasn.-
The Skyraidtr went oown wnw
H was about 23 miles north t a at
of Coco Solo, . -
. The' Rescue Coordination Center
at Albrook, was contacted, and
MarinK AR 'and aurface craft
which included an Air Force Air-
Sna Rescue boat and a Navy pick'
et boat all participated, in tne
search this morning.
Yesterday, Canal Zone firemen
Governor 01 Cyprus
To 0;::!3V Vio!:r.:c
Vlw v.,U,'Varrh IS (Ul
Cvprus Governor Sir John Harding
said here today he ."would be the
first to welcome any move towards
a genuine and permanent cessation
of violence with all Us tragic conse consequences."
quences." consequences." v, s l
' He was, commenting on e leaflet
yesterday by the extremist orga organization,
nization, organization, EOKA,' offering a cease ceasefire
fire ceasefire on condition that Archbishop
Makarios is allowed to return te
Cyprus to help negotiate a (consti (constitutional
tutional (constitutional settlemenUv
n '.,.;;.':--"v..;.'-; ''' '.f .; ;'5 -v
; Harding added? -''I cannot, say
more for the moment but I am
Certain Her Majesty's Government
will not show any lack of imagina imagination
tion imagination in handling the situtation."
Meanwhile, EQKA extremist A A-ristidou
ristidou A-ristidou Yianakis wss csptured
today by British Security forces
near Paphos, j ; J-d
' Yianbakis was one of the last of
the underground : Eoka chieftains
with a $14,000 price on his head stil
active against the British.
To fe&e Free trip
Thrii Grillrrd Cut
' Approximately 200 Canal Zone
High School seniors and Canal
Zone Junior College students are
planning to take the annual free
orientation and sightseeing trip
through Gaillard Cut Monday aft
ernoon.; : 4-r "V.;
The trip, sponsored by the Divi
sion, of Scnooia, tnrougn tne cour
tM of the Marine Bureau, is ar
ranged each year for the benefit
of High School seniors and Junior
College students who haven't had
a previous opportunity of making
a partial canal transit, j ,
This year the trip will be made
aboard the Panama Canal ferry
boat Presidents Porraa. which will
travel through the Cut from Gam-
boa to Pedro Miguel. Max K. Hart,
safety Inspector in the Supply and
Service Bureau, will- lecture on
the various points of Interest."
Students from both sides of the
Isthmus will meet at Gam boa and
will bnard the ferryboat about 1:30
p.m. Students making ue trip will
be excused from classes Monday
Cc tide, The work ai Camboa wai
delayed somewhat by the inabili inability
ty inability ta get parts and the recent
shipping strike on the Eaat Coast.
On tbe Atlantic aide, toe &acbae
'crporation has eom eom-crsion
crsion eom-crsion pf ati dom-
Wot has alrea-l
la the ton.ite ofia the day-to-day operation.
'He major ejuip-:
-i Solo Hospital,
s single promts'
'a, is- being om-i
in -the Caribbean on a routine
at 11:24 a.m. la the second in
arrived almost: immediately on
the scene to assist Navy crash
crews at the France Field air
i The helicopter: was one of. two
brought down,. here by the Ma
Amador Moss Siren
To Howl Wednesday
For, Test Purposes
The siren atop the Fort Amador
Officers' Open Mess will be tested
next Wednesday at 10 a.m. to de
termine whether it can be beard
throughout the headquarters post
in case of mecnanicai iauure of
the siren at the 15th Naval Dis
trict or the one in Balboa.
.This practice is being conducted
to find out how far the sound of
the siren will carry and which
points at Fort Amador it .will
v -..' :' '' 'A f ..
lV 5 l sJ L h
A ''homeless young Panamanian
who pleaded guilty in Balboa Ma
gistrate's Court today on- a charge
of vagrancy won't have to worry
about food or shelter lor the next
15 days. He was confined to the
Balboa Jail for that period of time
Thai i6-vea-old: defendant. Ala
no E. Tosoni, told 'm- arresting
policeman that he had been living
oa the street since he could re
member, and recently had been
sleeping at the' Panama Railroad
station or pear the new Assembly
DUl'CUng. ,"-v-.;,;! -:";V-..'.:'?';
Early this mornlng.Vth youlh
was found in the rear of the Tivo-
li Guest House, hiding front po
lice behind a mango tree; At first
he- told the officer he had lost IS
in the afternoon and returned sev several
eral several times during the early eve evening
ning evening to look for it, but could not
find it. .,
Later he .retracted this) story,
and said that he was only looking
for a place to sleep.' t
Magistrate Judge E. I. P. Ta
telman found the youth guilty of
vagrancy and said.-" "Since you
have no people, no home, food, or
a place to sleep, I will help pro provide
vide provide you with these things for the
next IS days.". r-y; A.
' The boy listened to the entire
court proceedings with hia h e a d
bent dowsv and shuffled quietly
out of the courtroom alter sen sentence
tence sentence was pronounced, i
BONN. Germany. March 15
(UP) U. S. troops ia Germany
are eaulDDed with atomic war
heads, a West ', 'German defense!
ministry spokesmaa anounced to
day. ' .
The spokesman said the NATO NATO-council
council NATO-council would decide when and
whether this live -atomic ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition would be used. . v-
The spokesman said this is tac
tical atomic ammunition and does
not Include H-bombs, a v
The spokesman made tne an-
nouncement in reply to questions
about a statement yesieraay oy
pleled by Sachse this week. The
mam power ia the hospital will
be switched Saturday to the per permanent
manent permanent W cycle transformer bank.
The work at the hospital ha
been in progress for tbe pat twoJ
months and tne conversion or e
quirment naa oen accoraputneo
without any important interrupUoo
SrlficatMia are bemg coro-
pletH for the Pacific area, eee
of the larrn m the coaversian,
prorram. Eifis probably will
solicited by the end ef March.
UNEF's Duty Is
V t P- 'f- r 'I 1
GAZA, toarch 15 UP MaJ.
Gen.' Hassan Abdel Latif, new
Egyptians governor of this dis disputed
puted disputed territory, declared today
an Egyptian administration now
controls the Gaza strip and said
the only duty of the U.N. emer emergency;
gency; emergency; force (UNEF) is to patrol
the armistice line.
"The. Egyptian- administration
was in power In Gaza effective
from my arrival last night," La
tif said. -
"You can write that In block
letters,." he addedj
: The Governor said une s
role is to 'take up positions a a-lonu
lonu a-lonu thjsarmistice line between
Eevct and Israel at the proper
Jubilant'' Arabs In the Gaza
strip called an i m pr o mptu
three-day holiday today to cele
brate the return lof ('Egyptian
Meanwhile Foreign Minister
Golda Meir warped Egypt last
night that Israeli warships
would Shoot their way through
the Gulf of Aqaba if Egypt tries
to reimpose its blockade, but
said only the situation m Gaza
was not clear.
She said she hoped the great
powers would "keen, their prom promises'
ises' promises' to : ensure that Egyptian
forces-do not return there' and
Gurion's warnlng-'"that v Israel
would,-take appropriate action
If Egypt resumes its Fedaveen
commando attacks, from; Gaza.
But on the "situation In the
Gulf of Aqaba she left no doubt
of Israel's intentions. ,,' W
'Israeli warships will ensure
the passage of Israeli ships," she
told the central committee of
Ben-Gurions Mapal (Labor)
party. She added, "But I am
reasonably sure that the ereat
powers' will support our rights
to free navigation, r --
ISeTtaklnp Varmf" :
Thru Gull Jf ream
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ABOARD EISENHOWER ES
CORT SHIP. March IS -AJP)
President Eisenhower cruised in
warm waters off the southern At
lantic coast 4oday on a leisurely
voyage he hopes will clear jip his
bothersome cough. ;':..
, The President was bunked sump sumptuously
tuously sumptuously aboard the guided missile
cruiser Canberra as it a 1 1 e a
southward between the destroyers
Wood and Barton in the anti-submarine
-. The Canberra, following the
eastern edge of the Gulf Stream,
was 254 miles due east of Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C at S a.m. The sky was
heavily overcast and aught rain
was falling at mat time, out tne
sea temperature was 07 aegrees
and ruing. ,. ;
But No H-Bombs
Air Marshal the Earl of Band on.
commander ox the 2nd Allied Tac Tactical
tical Tactical Air Force 1
Bandon -told Dutch .' newsmen
that tactical atom bombs sooa
would be stored on the European
continent for his 2nd Tactical Air-'
A 2nd ATAP sakeamen saM
that etewtic weapens in Eura
art "net hing- fundamentally
rW and that the U.S..- Cans'
dian and French- -4th Tactical
Airferce in eeurhern Germany
has had atom bam ha Hr a year.
In Heidelberg, a VS.. Army
spokesman could Dot immediately
confirm the German government
statement. Tne U.S. baa Z80 man
cannons, and Honest John and Cor Corporal
poral Corporal rockets stationed here, all
of which are capable of carrying
atomic warheads. But wild now,
Information oa whether the war-,
heads actually, were here basj
been classified. -
The Bona Defease
spokesmaa said "it is
the German federal
i wiat American units uooer rmio,
commana siautmeo in urrmany. rr'-oru, nr siu. j iu ivin ". ji. r
are equipped with, flve atomie aro- The American driver, who fives nomi until" oclock Tuesday
munition. Tbu, bowefer, does notjia JUIbea Heigh', said be had morainz. it has Vn announr announr-mrtude
mrtude announr-mrtude H bombs." ,' jprrbb!y charted up vr a mUlmn ed by the Marine Bureau.
The spokesman refused deai!
oa the nature of the ammuniton
lor where k is stored.
Local 9&0 Holds
Jap Scrap Ruling
Covers All Jobs
Local 900 will seek to have the US' Federal minimum
wage of $l,an hour applied to all contract jobs on the",
Canal Zone, )Villiam Sinclair, AFL-CIO international, repi
resentative, said today.' j ' ff"
' If contractors fail to agree,, the' union, will apply to
the Labor Department in Washington for rulings similar
to those which recently held the loading of scrap at Bali
uwu iw vvmc unucr in rcacrgi minimum wage IOWS.-t f t
The union believes the scran lob rulmn'ormlieV m
all Zone contracts, but will
bor Department one at a time if contractors. refuse t'
pay a $l-anhour minimum,
Meanwhile weary, oilinq
who has announced he will
rnrougn fO the Supreme Court it necessary, resumed his
barrage of criticism of Local 900's tactics.,
contractor carter wno yester yesterday
day yesterday quit his hospital bed -where he
was confine after be, fell 15 feet
into a hold on top of a pile i
inou apparently was only ; tryin
td "harrass me and my men
workiag. on the .loading job,-
He .said it was J'&eyond my un
derstanding" why- Sinclair did not
return yesieraay to start si ?n ?n-hour
hour ?n-hour negotiations as he had prom promised,
ised, promised, i
. He added, that he expressed his
Willingness- yesterday to let the
union furnish, him with' additional
workers, but when none were
forthcoming, he appealed to the
Canal for help.
Today, a total ef 3S addition additional
al additional men were supplied by the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's labor, office,. It was under
stood that these men ware fief
' Panama Canal employes..;
Ca cter, who today appeared on
tbe verse of physical collapse, im implied
plied implied that they could have-easily
been finished this morning with
the job of loading 11.000 tons of
scrap aboard the Jap ship if they
had not run into union intener
ence. He blamed them for the ap-
narent slow-down in tne work
- Carter said 439 tons were load loaded
ed loaded in the eight-hour shift from 3
p.m. to 11 p.m. and increase of
212 tons loaded during a shift
when be was confined td tbe hos
pitaL That jws the lowest period
recorded. He added.
"irpumanly possible, the wiry
contractor said, "we- will finish
this job late Saturday night or
early Sunday-. I.
Te add te his troubles, a
en the ship broke yesterday,
se 'slewinf dawn the work con considerably.
siderably. considerably. Today H was apaired
by the Induatrlal Division. 1
Meanwhile, it was learned that
three scrap dealers." one of them
Carter's cousin, bad arrived here
from the' States.
The contractor' relative, Peter
Dawson represents' IT a i y er a 1
Scrap Co. ia Fairbanks, Alaska
He said be arrived several days
ago to look into the possibility tA
shipping scrap here from Alaska.!
Tbe -otner mea are asai. a
West, of Hugo New, scrap dealers
to Boston, and Albeit t. rat
reand, representing a New Or Orleans
leans Orleans firm Southern Scrap and ma
terial Co. Both West and Perreand
are inspecting the scrap-loading
operation because part Of the ship
ment ia consigned. by their. com companies,
panies, companies, v
(Carter said today that about
400 out of 1200 tons of scrap from
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A perfect record of S7 years of!
driving without any infractiona ofi hflfrnPr rPfrV
the taw was marred today for se l,u V"' . T
i'anama Canal worker, '.' Sarviroc Vfnn -Raymond
J. Klelhofer," 45-yesr- JCf TltC OIUJJ
old M i rootrol boue operator, i I J T. J .
shook hia head. sadly today as he,
paia a v itne in naiooa rourv tor
passuia a red traffic signal, .1
yuesa mil reauy orran mj,
mtie withmrt mce hreakinf trie
law. He as tie sUried dnvuag ai
refer contract fobs ta th Ln-
- r v ; j
scroo-loader 'John. V; Carter
fight the-$l-an-hor rulinq
the Southern Scrap Co. had alrea
dy neeit loaded.' He said this ship r -ment
was comprised. mostly of -
rrarireea acrap wnicn Derate nf
its, bulk Tequireflf Special h a a d-l
ling.)- .... . f
l The Injured contractor admitted
that he was not "feelinf ton wlir
today, and said he. might possibly i
go back into the1 hospital later :
this afternoon"if they'll take me,
I' .AWQL.', ,v.f
': Slnlalr claimed,' teday that1
the Panama Canal. Company's.
Personnel Blreav made It clear ' -that
they did net a other lie their '
employes te work, for private
concerns,-unless they had tho
permission ef the Panama Cf
nal Co, ( .',,' ; -v
ti.-i". f '''-".
He credited the spokesman withr
saying that the Canal Comnan.
had no way-of knowing how ma- .'
ny of their workers they -would!
needi at one time-and: therefore f
it was difficult to five nermiasion.
However, they -were processing
some of their eraployes.7
Sinclair -outlined the points thaf '.
his union would try to negotiate f
1) Tbe contract will be signed '
purely, between Local (00 and Car.
2) The union will ask for it
hour for lta members, retroactive; t
to tbe day the 'workj atarted. (It
is understood there ic considera
ble disagreement, on this- point; ; -Carter
appears willing to pay -tha
I an hour fee atartinr with ; tha 1
day the contract i signed. t
. h ana uaioa is seeling a closed
UOP)-fK 1Tr-Zr ?
Sinclafr said today that most'ot U
Carter'a workers on tbe scrap jolj--.' ;
uaa.aisnea up so, pecorae- anion
In Auto Crash' ;
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VsEugeniw. Castellotti. Italy'. ead ead-Jf
Jf ead-Jf g young auto racing driver, waa
killed here today, wheo hia -car 1
skidded on a turn and crashed In Into
to Into a wall during triala at tho
CasteHotti, 28, waa trvtng out a
Ferrari for the March 24th sportr
car race at Sebrmg,' ria.
The 1 accident occurred "when
Castellotti's 12-cylindef car went
into the' dangerous "S" bend of
the track at high speed. It skidded
into a walL bounced back onto,
the track and spun around aevea -or
eight times. -'.
Oa the final spin. Cattelotti wss
tossed to the grass a the edge of
Regular service on tho
''"t'ni; -'-i su. iu-
. Tne suspension r ric i
oe necessary to perm.t c.-er; -g
operaUona la tAat area.
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THIS II YUK FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
' The MaR IwftM forum Ur readarf of The Pmimi American,
tetten am mtrvAd f rarafiilly aba (it hamiM Ib a wholly eenfldantlal
If cantriaute A letter don't impatient if It daasn't avatar tht
SWAT Ay. lAttAIA AM PHklltAAA IA tnO OFOar receivee.
Pleaae try to keep tht lAttr limited to an paflA Itngth.
Identity of letter writer b hold Ia strictest aenfidsnee.
This AtwtpABor Aiiumet ao rasaeniiblllty for statements w opinioni
mfmni i tetters from reader.
THE MAIL BOX
;- ' CCRUNDU QUARTERS
!: "'i would like to know just how one goes about -securing a
i two-bedroom house in Curundu Heights, lor months J have had
! mv name on a list lor a concrete house, and now I find my-
i: ieff KpeT by an authorized exception. I wouldn t mind so
''mUbVburtola "authorized exception" isn't on the Isthmus. In
llXethe isn't within thousands of mile of Panama.
I: WVhaw med hardto comply with-rules and regulations, but
''he Am? Mem to matter. I am bewitched, bothered and be be-:;SM?anrw
:;SM?anrw be-:;SM?anrw aoTeon. would straighten this affair .out.
www.ii peon From Skunk Hollow
h GATE RATE ,..
: whoa "Oldtlmer" and "Gatecrasher." Every night' I read
I:, the rid&ou comments in this column. SomeUm es they
:'tustog (Elvis, Lymon. disinterested, interested But lately
!!:rS rread some comments on a -subject I know quite a bit about,
I 'aamely the Marine Corps and Marines. tr,atmn h. Was
" Now "Gatecrasher" was irritated by the treatment
I! Betffat r"5toador gate ; from the Martoe sentr ies toere
! &en the Marines on the various gates in the Canal Zone we
i Sie only ones who do what they are supposed to do, i.e. check
identification and run a regulation gate.
' 1 laSyou get a great big smile and a xheery iood morn-
litoT orol afUmoon" at all the. Army JUr c in in-'
' in-' ifcallatioxu here in the Zone. But the men are riot supposed to
:!!iffiana running for office. They should be ensuring Jfcat
'SnJy torotSly authorized people and vehicles are getting aboard
I!! their respective bases. But enough of that .;,.
, HT ... frnrA in Oldtlmer S BUKBestiOn
' that 4he Army boys wain the Marine boys how to do guard
!::U" '"r'Bt rv united States embassy
5 "V.V: ,r wrln uaTded bv US Marines?
'i ti ua Navy have Marine guard detachments aboard? Did
I!: toow tKsNavat stations, all over the world have Martue
Adw security detachments attached to them? Did you know
llJhrtS Bhipsteansiting the. Canal have Marine guards
! tt -v rMMH ,in,. 177R. Even vou cant be
I'.Bwajaiduty." Are you ,aamgf t
;" . Semper Fidelia
WASHINGTON (NEA) So
much bad news comes out of the
Middle East that any good news
is a rtrity. Some comes now from
Iraq, which U.S. Ambassador WaU
demar J. Gallman calls one of
the bright spots of the Middle
That still is faint praise. For
Iraq is no tourist paradise. Over
90 per cent of its five million peo
ple are illiterate. And the country
a little bit bigger than Califor
nia is. half desert.
' North 'and east have the Tigris
and Euphrates valleys, however.
This Garden of Eden country can
be made to bloom.
Also, Iraq has petroleum. If Ad
am and Eve sad only known.-
maybe they wouldn't have been
iii a hurry to leave. For oil now
Rets Iraq and zoo million dollars
What makei the news from lraa
better-than -Mid-East average is
iflai it nas neveiopea a -system
ror spenmng its oil revenues
which is doing its people Some
gooa. .:-;. :
It is held up as a model for
other similarly situated countries.
It offers a pattern for spending
some or the 300 million dollars
which the. new Eisenhower doc doctrine
trine doctrine proposes for. Middle East
SiCRlT OF IRAQ'S SUCCESS
is said to be the Iraq Develop
ment Board. It Was created by
special law in 1950 to spend ,70
per cent of Iraq s-oil revenues on
The prime minister is president
of the seven-man board. Other
members are given five-y ear
The Passing Parade
I i, A
py RIW PIAttON
WASHINGTON The Armv's the Air Force's auMbiiaa m..h..
court martial of Col. John Nicker-wsm for the Thor was developed
son Jr., senior officer of the Red- ly, the AC Sparkplua Division nf
stone Arsenal, at HuntsvlUe, !Ala,l General Motors, while the Jupiter's
for' violating security, raises some guidance mechanism was develon-
important problems regarding see- ed by the Redstone Arsenal at
unty as far as news is concerned. Huntsvme. w ...
. The Defense Department hasi Nickerson was senidtolf 1 e kr
sometimes been worried a b 0 u t l.re, and naturally had a right to
newsmen who accidentally violated Le proud of his work. This was not.
security by publishing something I nowever, ; mentioned in the docl-
wnicn migm am a toreign coun i.ient.
The Nickerson court martial.
however, is a case where a news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman has to worry about coo
perating with the Defense depart
- --'.. .
For roughly 20 years, ever since
Hitler's war clouds began to col-
!" What ahame that "U8 Citizen" was put to all the trouble
i-m -v. -T-T-- ui. t n ...j v. Amo.rinr Mte.v Has hp ever taken
VriAritr7LJHave identiflcatton ready And!, that
:tolheun)ceduM at any ; mlUUr;baar Jn:toe $mta
!! hav iet td b treated Insolently Dy thesentrtea o"ay-
!.. tratoB here on tne one.- m wup jp"y i i wv
l "va Citizen spoke of "tne prasa." 'l imagine mey were vxuu
!;4o ahow their ID. carda. Was he?
i! Could it be that US Citizen ia the same agitator who wrote
jlltheV Mail Box a while back complaining about the sentries at
...n. c-ywn AB,ther DS citisen
WHITE COLLARS AND NO COLLARS
i I want to suggest that this silly, infantile habit of parceling
ok CAAh Incentive Awarda" be discontinued. As It exists, It
. 4. am Anmif. a nnmil nM-xon'a Intelligence.
" What in the name of Heaven do these people use their
. fcaada for' all the time they are worxing n once iney come up
wluTaa ides one that should be only normal procedure to
ttwlr retular line of duty it turns out to rate a -nurran ana
. sui incentlvo awarfl7 ......,
' Tt 1 almost alwavs some simple, everyday thine that real
5 fcr ajtmld bo part of every employe's regular Job. Really, I
; navo never in au my nie reaa oi sucn aownrigm cnuaisn ao
! . Haro.ii what Ignited the spark for this letter. (The next
evening's paper jeally pulled the fuse). While sewing the other
"flight I casually remarked .to my family that I must have lost
weight, as my thlmbl seemed too large. My Cub Scout son
. immediately suggested. Without even glancing up from his Jig
'' .AA.w vuxzle. that I put a piece of adhesive tape Inside.
! I did; and It worked. His father remarked that "it was too
be4 he'dldnt work for the Panama Canal, since that sugges-
: Hen vrobabT would net him $50.
" Tn reading over the list of "brain-cracking ideas' in the
illaext evening's paper and that a similar suggestion had been
,. rated as worth a cash incentive award, I was simply astounded
t th ehildiahness of everything Involved. The old-timers who
!!; worked here and now have passed on must turn in their graves
" a the thought of the Canal being operated now on little more
' than Bueb colossal stupiaity.
: I got a sarcastic remark from my husband when I suggest
ed I submit a list of mv day-by-day "ideas' for stretching th'
j food budget and household ejrpenses In order to get a cash in
l etmtArm award.
' Ladles, have you discovered a new way to mash potatoes?
A frood substitute for ahoe strings? A novel way or getting au
S the familv down to breakfast on time? It may be worth money.
f you know.' But don't risk a good swat from the pater trying to
cash In on It
f. X ree that the Texas budget is set at two billion dollars,
' I And t can remember when the United States wai run on less.
. Drori out yesterday to see what the late rains did to tegeta tegeta-!
! tegeta-! tlon and found It as dry as ever with most all the trees dead.
J Hone of It la.eommereiaU timber and is of little loss.
. Sew they already are spending a lot on roads, and the Aua Aua-!
! Aua-! tin Hlchway No. tl. from where we struck it 20 miles out, is a
lelx-lAM divided road with n wide island in the center and with
trots-overs from one to the others at intervals. They seem to
be doing work which will take care of traffic for vears to come
t got lost 13 days more to reach that 94th anniversary
. "and the cards are beginning drop In. Wonder if some didnt
think lfs time to call It a day. for tht two clean shirts I took
' to Boquete with me In 1914 have gone, to the scrap pile long
.'. This cloudy weather seems good on my eyes, and vision Is
some better, u I coum nave the luck of my grandmother.
, whose sight returned at the axe of 05. I might be able to turn
' put some "script" you could read.
, I received a medal ia my school days for good spelling, but
I The Suet Canal Is la Quite a fix and always will be unless
they rift Naser all the revenue. He is entitled to no more
thaa he Is retting until 19&8. but we bear nothing but national national-j
j national-j la tlon. which means If we stand for tt the whole country will
J pjo Red.
J Entels and Marx tried to sell their package to their own
i people, then to England and the rest of the .world, and lore
1 th Wtn n U tot mort hkvard country on
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The unique feature is that two
of the members, who must be
technical experts, are foreigners.
A Briton is the expert on finance.
An American is the expert on ir ir-rigstion.
rigstion. ir-rigstion. Wesley R. Nelson, s U.S. Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Reclamation engineer, has
held this position for five years.
Now bsck in Washington for re reassignment,
assignment, reassignment, he is being succeed succeed-by
by succeed-by Clifford Wilson, a former U.S.
agriculture expert, who has been
Nelson gives this firsthand ac account
count account of how the board operates,
what it has done, its difficulties.
Orisinallv. 30 American techni
cians were requested. for various
projects. Only six could be found
wno would go to Iraq. The result
is thst Qermans, Frenchmen,
Greeks and other Europeans fill
ALL, CONTRACTS ARE LET to
low Didders, so far there has been
no evidence of graft. -U.S.
firms have two mi lor cnn.
tracts, for a big dam and a 100 100-mile
mile 100-mile stretch of h i g h w a y. On
Smaller protects. American firm
just can t compete in price.
Irriiation isn't exactlv.m
known science in this part of the
..... T.l 1
wuuu, rucison wiw a wry
smile.' Clay tablets found in south.
ern irsq give evidence there were
irrigation systems ai earlv
ment.Jt violated the news ethics J jet before Pearl Harbor, it has
established in Washington formeen my practice to consult with
lie Army, Nsvy; or Air Force re regarding
garding regarding information which, if pub-
iisnea, nugnt oe neipiui io a poten potential
tial potential enemy.- This is also the prac practice
tice practice of many : newsmen in Wash Washington
ington Washington It is, not compulsory,
.During the war.- an efficient: vo-
lintary system of press1 censorshio
operateu under Nat, Howard, edi-
or-on-ieave irom me Cleveland
News, Many newsmen of their own
record have continued,' -the prin-
I If hsppens that the Nickerson
.court, martial was touehod off
i through this column's concern
that an Army document describ
Ing the relative merits of guided
imisfeiles might contain security
information of Aid to a Russian
Spy. Tho document, Accordingly,'
was -Submitted to the Defense
Department for guidance.
Nickerson. it now aoDears. was
tbe probable- author -of this docu document,"
ment," document," though I did not know this
at fie time. The document did hotffhe '. armed services:
gear mi name. ...
i Obviously written by a highly
skilled technician who knows the
battle between the Air Force and
ciple of that system todav.'
The success af Any such sys system,
tem, system, requires -.cooperation, from
Once canal was onerated ron.
tinuously from 400 B.C. to 1000 A.
D. Genghis Kshn destroyed it.
The agricultural nennl n-A tn
the hills or into the villsges for
protection. The Job ever since,
and even new, has been to set
them resettled on the land Th
used to wander six months, ;pend
the other six in the eoffe
THE GOVERNMENT uu
f '"0 over a million acres of
tribal chieftains' holdings and
broken them nn int u.B
farms. Sheiks who used to raid
rural settlements and hold up
trans-desert buses for bounty are
bfm converted by making them
stockholders in agricultural coo cooperatives,
peratives, cooperatives, says Nelson.
Iraq has been nrlnnrfM r-
- f j .vs.
only 25 veara. Th ink v...-u
mg up a nationalistic spirit hn
gone slowly in this lsnd where
family loyalty .has always been
first and tribal w.h. a
.m u now bin Tdnallv in instilled
stilled instilled bV the Bv rn.rf. k.M-.
dams snd irrigation projects built
j me development Board.
Schools are hinv Knf v.. rtr
but there-is still a Woeful short short-ge
ge short-ge of teachers. Much of the a a-gricultural
gricultural a-gricultural assistance is adult ex ex-,.e"."?n
,.e"."?n ex-,.e"."?n W0I"k on seed selection
and livestock improvement.
The DeonI kav- w. -.. w A-
. uaMii ui
burn oil and not to Tmra manure
Yul Brynner will become the
highest paid actor in history
when he signs today to star in
"Brothers Karamazov." His sec second
ond second picture will be "The Bucca
neer'' for DeMille. in which the
famed naked skull will wear a Wig.
. . Artist Val Arms' wife. Thekla
Kalia-Bey, a tobacco hairess, got
her marital freedom in London. .
Hollywood's Cameron Mitchell
(his wife is giving him his free
dom) will confirm coast report reporters
ers reporters and wed dancer Lisa Hamil
ton, i Bobo Rockefeller and the
barrister, who won that $5,000,000
settlement for her,, are hassling
over s stopped check. . Msrlene
Dletrichi who t gets $25,000 a week
in Vegas,' says she will not show
the act elsewhere, except in Cu
ba "No other night soot can af
ford me!", ,, .one four-week boos
ing yearjy, she adds, gives her as
much (after taxes y as she needs
. .Prince Bertil of Sweden has a
patient sweetheart. She is London
show girl Lillian Craig, his long longtime
time longtime steady. The Prince promised j
his pater that he would not mar-'
?r until 1964. .Wonder if Mike
odd would like to buy back bis
year-lid quote: 1 feel that no
marriage can be a slccess when
the wife is sn actress." ,.
Nancy Dsvis, believed to be the
Fig Interest for Adlai Stevenson,
wiQ wed another. She is a San
Francisco socialite. . Eddy Duch-
in's talented son Peter and Bea
Dabney (of Boston's Bach Bay
swank set) make The Spindletop
(N.Y.) their heartquarters . ;
Prince Raider's father (reported
altar-bound with a socialite) can
not keep his pledge. The Vatican
rejected his appeal for annulment
. .Sandra Dee, whose 99 lbs. of
curves earn her $78,000 a year as
a model, has her first movie role.
The teen-age beauty will play a
w-year-oia in metro s unui iney
Sail". ...Show backers all want a
piece of "Romanoff a Juliet," the
London comedy hit, due here in
the Fall. The critics were luke lukewarm
warm lukewarm about : "Tunnel Of Love."
starring Tom Ewell. "It plays to
standees every nignt. . Elvis
Presley's film, "Love Me Tender,'
wss cancelled in London after 4
days. It was jeered.
lenge Inerirf Bergman will be Ro-
melle Schneider. Her persons! ap
pearance tour, in spain was: big bigger
ger bigger thsn Sophia Loren : or Cary
Grant. "J. Perfumer Jerr Lavan
is 'surroundel by beauties. Luisa
nil.-stonffhl Tt.U- .j
in irora nome uo smeu mm; on
the same day Gloria Maye of the
vegas Desert Inn dltto'd. i The
Lisa Kirk-Rowan i Martin-Car
men Cavallaro bill at the Miami
Beach Americana was rated "the
best shew there yet" by critics.' ?
Morgana King is confirming ad advance
vance advance reports about her-vocallure
at the RSVP.,.,. Don Clarke, mak making
ing making his cinema : debut in "Ser "Ser-geanns"
geanns" "Ser-geanns" (at Warner's), was dis
covered by Mervyn Le Roy while
teaching dancing at Arthur Mur Murray's.
ray's. Murray's. Margaret Whiting's stand stand-in
in stand-in (for The Whiting Girls series
st Desilu) Is named Betty Jo Ren
fro. She is sure to be an operatic
star. Experts report her voice is
net violate a newsman's Informa
tion giv it to any other report reporter,
er, reporter, or corrfitcate.it,
BepaiiKA nf th nhvinni Itrinnr.
Army over guided missies back-mce of the above-mentioned guld-
ward and forward, it was sent to d missiles document, my asso-
certain Congressmen in an effort riate Jark Andrann
to block Secretary Charlei E. WJIr t) an authorized information oXfict
lAri'c mwlot limltina tk- A-mirf-'.f 4k.. n a u .
- .w iu.uv.ua, u uiu; m v mo r wm(wi ivr guiuauce as to
work on guided missiles and favor what nartr., misht h rm thai fiKfnairl
log the Air Force instead. tervices. if pyblUhede-tfrH.,-
I Thm iiiiiimant via iinf Mfeivnaii
MUCH TECHNICAL DATA ; ther in whole or in part. It ras
. . . )nfiscated i and promptly made
,The document contained certain e basis for an investigation and
data wlucb obviously should not be.! bsequent court l martial ef Nic
published, much that could be pub 1 jrson.
ui k A At no time have I published any any-It
It any-It gave the performance figure .tag from the document; untU to-
ann rh Avtvuf'ai Tun (am m wiIU
" 1 red last September which hit a As far as I know. I hare not mist
The Hollywood Reporter ran a range of over 3000 miles. Nickerson nor have I ever talked
The document also announced tj him. Hi has the reputation of
the epprox mote time And place teing an extremely able, high.
,0f !'" A,r Fore officer. It was understand understand-missile
missile understand-missile Thor ; In February. Pub- able that he should be lealous to
licahen of this would hove given continue a guided missile develop develop-an
an develop-an enom chance to station a jnent in which he had achieved not
". e obseryo the test. ,,ble success.
The tost was loter postponed. i" j am not passing on the ques ques-There
There ques-There were also data ahowino i m t tik. k. .X..u l. ...k
Z2ttr 1JIJ. nl aSw cUfied inmaS
small item announcina: "Laibv
Developing Paramount Package."
no oram a behind that obscure
report: Jetse Lasky rounded Para Paramount
mount Paramount with Alolph Zuker. . Roe Roe-ommondod:
ommondod: Roe-ommondod: Reader's Digest re reprints.
prints. reprints. Alice Lake's article from
Cosmopolitan: "Why Young Clr
sou inoir Babies". . Milke Ta
roAding a- Iequal in performance, both be- j r as I kriow; no copies of the do-'
',,ni ,M.vowerey oxygen.- kerosene 4 ment went to b? xeL4'Mtrk
CoAster,--i Wines anv guided by: the taerttalc AmericanB.1:-Ar"" :.
soi", girl. You will ami reading a
nour nor a 1 of one day
cretiv wed to a Weat
''Good As Gold" got 14-KarAt no. ruidancei system, etc.
tices from the Boston play inpec- The document also
1 might add that tha aalilh tJ
rtpi rop'iffiaSon' on STSS SK.d?ntS
I licon and .thA Snarlr. :. .., 1 i. '.. r.. fx. 4-l ;
It makes much ; more
pww, m oviigmrvi ream af,, Fne icon ana tno.snars .r
Blue Angel, made their first al-i Some performance stat i s H i s
bum. Due this week. .Rosemary ere given., which it aooeared fi vniuntcw m.hi. iltTiZ:
. f!'klVl'?:rMl 0 a I at d iouldt not be published, ; tie military advice on news
Latin Quarter Line-, end Leu Nover'. v .. . .. J. hi.K i-.Ti.
of ''The Heppiest Millionaire,? are ; There was also a discussion of system which benefits the miiita.
thelr; own Lete-Latr Shoy i The tie Navy's experiments with solid Jy moraTan it Zstte newsman
merger ,f VAuntl. Ma. eatl-' ropeUents a compact fuel better Most of (. Pentagon
m.te. the hit's eventu. payoff tdaoted to storing in submarines J ,cluding AsTfestta? of X Air
to Investors w' be 4 to .. cjrrying guided missiles. The size force anC the Counsel if the Da.
, v- nuu isBii Department, I have reason
, as given together with the date Is believe favored return oTthe
ts faey would bo ready Jor launching, oocument.
The Incredible Shrinking Man", The document akn disoncKad tha.
It, superior shocker) deals- with a kscord' of Hitler's V-t missUes, aul It was not a Pentagon document.
BiA-iouLer. wnn nwinniH in mm t r mn rn vii it atim iui kamm. ...
... ,, - ".-w.j .uv uiumc raa uvi wrili.cn pj Hi fentAfOn.
than a fraction of an Inch; .Es-f Ttainly not classified.- vas never seen hv thm tw:
quire devotes a lengthy article to .It-was pointed out that although Mt'l submitted by Anderson?
roasting a show.no. lon g er on Te British checked the launching Secretarj of DenTe wulon oer oer-Breadwav.
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a British film; will have a re-shoot i ;f ju lunching sites, HiUer got I also asked that the Defense ba baits
its baits ending before release: over r,?Jhl8. y btottrtmtnt- delete, classified portions
v LINEAS AEREAS COSTARRICENSES, S. A. 4
JsurU Aroeemeaa Wtwoea gist aai 12nd Ptrwta
here. The finish is a surprise ap appearance
pearance appearance of H. Bogart. The
owner of the Haven theater- at
Brookhaven, Miss, offers a vaca
uon ror two ana X200 to ; anyone
who "can prove there is a city
or town In Mississippi as depicted
in 'Baby Doll 'V . Julius LaRo LaRo-sa
sa LaRo-sa Is getting his Gold Recorl (for
a million; sold) the easy' way for
his next.Victor-Coty perfumes has
a contest on. They are pressing a
million of his records for souvenir
Dorthy Ashbv.-the new Detroit
jazz harp hit, once plucked that
neaveniy instrument for a church.
She now rates $1,500 per week
playing sinful jazz. ; "The Dyna-
rmio Mil nniiolii"' ll 4ha nf
- "O lV ... O. v
the Red-Hot Normas. She will be
on 'Tonighr" (BC) tonifht . .A-
lan Dale's big hit in his initial
film, "Dont Knock -The. Rock,"
won another contract at Columbia
.-4'. "The Spirit of St. Louis"
must gross more than IS million
before Leland Hayward and Billy
wuaer get any loot. The Lind
bergh-ssga cost evk million to
film: . Sheila Bond is one of the
casualties of that epic. The actress
was flown to Hollywood for a
scene with Jimmy Stewart. It
wouil up on the cuttin r 0 e m
floor, when the over-shot, movie
bsd to be, scissored- : ,v"
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Money doesnt 'e'are about re reviews:
views: reviews: The Mel Ferrers (Audrey
Hepburn) pocketed $73,000 for
meir roles in the recent TV "May-erling,"-
which critics harpooned.
. Broadway cops say there are
fewer people en the streets after
midnight than ever before in Big
'Apple History. ; Floyd Patterson
has bslloooed 1$ lbs. sinre win winning
ning winning the Heavyweight title. .
The "Young at Heart" music pub publisher
lisher publisher will go t court ever the
alleged close resemblance to "My
Love For Yo." Both were record recorded
ed recorded by Sinatra. . Success Story:
A new name on this year's AS AS-CAP
CAP AS-CAP Board Of Directors is Eddie
White. He wrote "C'Est La Vie"
and "Happiness Street." Twe
years aeo he was peddling tickets
at the Birdland swing spot. .Nat
Hikea's next project will be a TV
show for Monty Wooley, a Ja his
Phil Silvers series. .
The document also revealed that balance. This also was refused.
HOIEIES I'iTERAMERICAIi'OS, S. A.
The shareholder of Hoteles Interamericirios, S. A.
hereby notify, that tht annual metting of share.
holder wilf be held at 8:00 p.m. Thuraday, March
V28thi57, at Hotel El Panama; Via tapafta No. 111,
Panama City, Republic bf Panama, for tht followtng
fpurpoa-s;: -r ;; ..; ;
Annual report of the Preeidtnt; s
. Approval; of Inventories and Batanett
for the year 1956; i ;
,3'-f flection of tht Board of Directors; ;
s Any other matter duly preaented
x to tht Assembly. ...
Aft pleased To Announct tht Arrival
- ; Of A New Shipment Of T '
.h : ; ; r a m o u s ;i ."; .. ;
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' 95.60 PER SIX PIECE PLACE SETTING
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MAmAk n limm nif hmm! oVwivr fr'nm firist.ohal nrnmcll 1MB: Knlehts of Columbus, received the Third Deeree of their order last Siin-
:' v hP remonies under the leadership of district depiity Edward A.1 Greene and grand knight Joseph Blalkowskl, were performed at the Council home
' in Marearita and marked the peak of the day's activities. The day long program began with a Corporate Communion at, the 7.45 Mass at the Ft. Gulick
al In the afternoon members and candidates assembled at the Cristobal K. of C. Home for the Major-Degree. The day ended with a banquet at the
WasWngton Hotel where master of ceremonies Robert Johnson introduced mem bers of the clergy, district deputy Greene,- and grand knight Bialkowski.
J OiV mas vi radio .j)t 1
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Onstage,
- Offstage and Upstage: Professors,
movie stars, housewives and even
H-year-old. boy are winning for for-tuues
tuues for-tuues on television these days. But
xou haven't 'heard about the imo
vie atat whp LOST a fortune $210,-
000 on TV. And it waa wi mon mon-ty,
ty, mon-ty, not a sponsor's!
Fellow by the name of Eddie
- No, he ?' didn't flub a. question.
His timing was bad.
Ten years ago Eddie saw the
handwriting on home screens and
formed Hollywood's first telefilm
production, company; He made all
aorts of pilot reels but couldn't
ell jungle show.
After three years the company
... 'T lnt 421 0.000." Eddie confess
ed to. me the other day- "It wasn't
that the shows were bad. It was
just that I was the only one in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood 10 years ago who believ believed
ed believed in film for TV. I was too early.
JJow look, at what's happening
" filmi dominates television."
SHED NO TEARS for Eddie,
though. Hehas been-. starring on
stage and in TV and recouped part
of his big .TV lost investing in a
Chicago electronics company. And
' ha fcan laueh. at least, about the
JflTSt, 19,000 he WSl.a: 1V piopeer.
Jit Invested the money ...in a pilot
'fLt in 'color.' featurinl two .JHplr,
, lywood stars., i.y"..''-'
? We previewed th t show he
tiefli ft, "for aeyeraLi prospective
ponsors and a flock of network
" executives, They wer' worried a a-bout
bout a-bout one of the stars because, he
had "a reputation. for hitting 'the
bottle. I assured everyone he d
' sworn off. I invited him to the
acreening, too, and he arrived
roring drink. The prospective
sponsors' and the netwdrk fellows
left after the screening and I nev never
er never saw them again."
" Holly woodites Are. Talking a a-bout:
bout: a-bout: Comedian Alan Young and
wjfe Virginia MCurdy deciding to
keepthe home fires burning after
a thrce week separation. She'll
drop divorce plans.
JACK BENNY signingup for the
first night club appearanci in his
career at the Flamingo Hotel in
Las Vegas-for three weeks starr starring
ing starring June 20.. (You could retire on
the loot involved.) ; Marie Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's plans for in act another
hotel there. Wonder if she will title
it, "Now you see me, 1 now you
don't," ... Sidney Miller's quip a a-bout
bout a-bout the world's 10 best-dressed
women "their husbaUds can nev never
er never afford to be the 10 bestdressed
;men." J -;
'v Talk at MGM that "Mia and
BiU" will be the studio's first tele tele-film
film tele-film series ... Frank Sinatra shell shelling
ing shelling out $73,000 for that cancelled
. tour of Australia. He agreed to ov over
er over all expenses incurred to avoid a
Hew Orgari To Be
AI BapIIsI Church J
At the Sunday services o? the
First Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights, Mrs. Delmas Swafford
will introduce the congregation te
the music of toe new Hammond
.organ installed recently.
Experiments Will be made' to lo locate
cate locate the best acoustical position of
the speaker in preparation for the
dedication of the organ on the foU
knring Slnday. v
.' Tbg- Sunday School begins at
1:30 a.m. with Robert Snyder the
general superintend rnt directing
the right departments and forty
teachers in the acripture lesson of
Pastor WuTiam H.' Beeby will
speak at the morning service, at
10:40 H the fourth in a aeries of
. termor ob. the book of Ruth; the
uhiect this Sunday la The Origi-
aal Qnderena Story." Special'
' music will be provided vy the choir
aad Dr. John Woods ia a bant one
I aol. :
Thuirg Q T:38 evetiifg service
0 lac fmu cor, iniiire mug m.
sitrit, wtucki is Tetunitng to the
evLSng radio srrice, will provide j
- special music. Pastor Beby's ub- ,!
: ject will be. "Do AH Infant Go to
Hf area When They Die?" a"d
"Do Infanta Ben sin infanta is
Heaven?." 2 -
Not in the Script r Veteran movie
producer Sol C. Siegel blasting ce celestial
lestial celestial Hollywood salaries: "The
public today buys pictures, not
names, btars are like machinery.
They must be replaced every 'so
Often, thus giving new freshness to
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, 'Mrs.
Jones: The siript of Mario Lan
za's European film, "Seven Hills
of Rome," adding up to 126 pages.
Hut the contracts for the film, in
volving three film' companies, Ma
rio and his business managers, will
cover 500 pages.
About which someone said,
"They, should film the .contract.."
: The Witnet; Joe E. Lewis just
added a new song to his night club
act "I've Grown Accustomed
to Your Face and That Ain't Ea
To Be Presented
At Santa Cruz
A star-studded 1 variety show
will be- presented next week
Thursday at the Santa Cruz
Theater by Danny Bishop.
The show, headlining the pop popular
ular popular Sparky and Pluggy dartce
team, will be staged twice the
same day at 5 and 8 p.m.- for
the convenience of all Santa
Cruz residents. ln addition, the
movie "Let's Dance," starring
Fred-Astalre will be shown; v
Also spheduled to take part in
Bishop's musical jamboree are:
Joaquin ai)d Bella, the father father-daughter
daughter father-daughter acrobatic team; the
up-and-coming C 1 enfuegerous
rock 'n roll singing eroup; song song-stylist
stylist song-stylist Icilda Bascombe; ventril-
LONDON, March 15 (UP) A
shapely. 22-year-old '. blonde who
. wore only a skimpy pair of
The nation's movie theaters now panties and an on-again-off-again
add up to 19,110 highest total of i;.r a u r i n g norseDaeie riae
active houses Since 1945. THe 5,00U nruugn ritcauiny ucus yesier-
"frinBe" movie theaters closed in cay said today she organized the
recent years have been replaced 'stunt herself as a personal pro pro-by
by pro-by almost the same number of .test "against Britain's high enterr
drive-ins, according to film distri- tainmeht tax.
buting companies w. Gary Cooper Unemployed showgirl Geraldme
i thinklrip shnnt a TV emotine naiun sirippea 10 ner uiiiiues aim
Dra yesieraay, cumuea on a nurse
plunge; He'd done a couple of home
screen inter1es bat no emoting.?.
Andy Devine's' sprout' 17-year -old
Dennis,!: changed' his. mind about
acting and goes to Stanford.U. next
fall as a pre-med student.
and galloped .' around 'Piccadilly,
Circus the Times Square' of Lcn-J,,
don. Her Douncing ride jcept tne
bra from covermg her breasts all
the time. ; .."
oqulst-magiclan. Rafael Assue;
ballroom dancers Jean and
Paisley, and others. Victor Boa
and his combo will accompany
the artists, with Dave constable
as master of ceremonies.
Tickets, which will go on sale
on March 21, will ,be gooi for
one performance only.
Everybody likes the
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. ROY TASCO DAVIS (
ENJOY REUNION WITH FRIENDS ON THE ISTHMUS
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Roy Tasco Da via, who was U.S; Minister to Panama from,
1929 until 1933, returned this week with his wife to visit Panama lor a few days; His many
friends were delighted this week with his wty to see the couple again, and many enter entertainments
tainments entertainments were given in their honor.
Yesterday Ambassador and Mrs. Davis had iunch with the U.S. Ambassador to Pan Panama
ama Panama Julian Fiske Harrington and Mrs. Harrington. They leave today for Costa Rica, where
Davis also served as Minister. They will return to Panama March 22, and sail the follow following
ing following day for the States by Panama Line. -
Ambassador Davis will retire soon. He and Mrs. Davis plan to make their home in
suburban Washington, where two of their children live.
St. Patrick's Day Ball
At Strangers' Club
A Fashion Show of M o 1 1 a's
cnwns will hichlieht the St. Pat-
nfk-' llav Kan wmcn wilt lane
place at the Strangers' Club in
fninn tnmnrrmv nicni. u will ue
sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
There will be door prizes, on of
which is a round trip for two to
David, which was donated by CO-
Lucho Azacarraga will play for
Reservations may be made by
calling Mr Oakes at Coco Solo
80 or 8691, or Mr. rocza at r t.
Davis 313 or 364.
The dance will start at 9 p.m.
Dr. And Mrs. Martinez
fir nnH Mrc .iflimo D MflHinp7.
of Ancon have a houleguest from
Bogota, Colombia. He is Dr. Mar Martinez's
tinez's Martinez's nephew Gabriel Martinez. 1
Everybody likes the
Dr. Juan Susto.
Becomes Honorary Member
Of Historical Society
Dr. Juan Antonio Susto, Perma Permanent
nent Permanent Secretary of the Academy of
History in f auama, was made an
honorary memDer oi me isiiimian
Historical. Society, at a" meeting
npiri si mp 'livoii (iuest House ou
Monday evening, at which Dr. Sus
to was one of me guest-speakers,
as an expression of gratitude on
the part ot tne organization for
the valuable help that he has giv-
en. Dr. Susto is the author of sev
eral books on history and has
made a number ot trips to Spain
to do research at the Archives of
the Indies on the history of Mana Manama.
ma. Manama. Also on Monday night's program
were Col. Leroy M. Gloaell, au authority
thority authority on Ft. San Lorenzo wno
showed slides of the excavations
assisted by Mr. Win. Morgan Ko Ko-san
san Ko-san and Miss Elizabeth March,
who were the photographers.
The meeting opened with a pa panel
nel panel discussion conducted by three
sons of Old Timers: John Winter
Collins, A. M. Bouche and George
Fitzgerald. The moderator was Mr.
All Star Circle
The All Star Circle will hold a
card party Wednesday at one o'
clock in the Scottish Rite Temple
at Balboa. Games will also be
All members of the Circle, East
ern Star members and their.
mends are invited to attend. .
; Refreshments will be served.
For table reservations please'
call Mrs. E. Clark at Balboa &
3318 or Mrs. A. Ernslie at Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 5221.
At Amador Open
There will be a formal dance
tomorrow night at the Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Open Mess, from 8 p.m. un until
til until 12:30 a.m.
The Colon Unit of -the Inter-A-
merican Women's Club will hold
a Carl Party and Fashion Show,
usme an Oriental theme, on bat
urday, March 23 at Ciro's located
on 11th Street and Melendez Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, beginning at 1:30.
Vh Trm Rurlandn and Mrs.
Evelyn Albright are co-chairman.
m- n.ith Poller tolpnhnnn 3-2388
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ant Mrs Maris Tnnstantakis. Co
lon 1296 are in charge of tickets
which are one dollar eacn.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
SLICK as the ICE
THEY PERFORM ON.. I
Our very popular
draws appreciative crowds
to its 10 p.m. nightly show in the
air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM
Fast-paced, fresh, and sparkling; numbers by the
10 versatile international artists of the silver skates!
No entrance charge no minimum.
$1.50 cover charge AT SHOW TIME ONLY.
CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra plays for dancing.
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
from 8:30 p.m. With a new
pleasure this weekend the view of
the moonlight bay from the East Terrace
of the Bella Vista Room.
$3.50 per person.
Can Maltre d'hotel, 3-1660
A Klrkcb? Hotel
Each notice for Inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
typc-writtea form and mailed eo
the bo number listed daily in 'So
cial and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand t. the office. Notices ef
meetings cannot be accepted by
Pacific Navy Wives' Club will
have their regular monthly busi business
ness business meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the
Community room at the Cocoli
Clubhouse., ;'( :.; f ;
A 23 piece tea set will be raf raffled
fled raffled off after the meeting'.
Refreshments will be -served by
Mrs o. Keuey, Mrs. K, Martin
and Mrs. Mary Carlile.
Cold' Coast' V ': 1 H
Orchid Society , ;
The social meeting of the Gold
Coast Orchid Society will be held
Monday at .their Home Building
T-10Q Gatun C.Z. directly behind
the fire house, in the old 903AAA
Area. Meetings to start promptly
at 7:30 p.m. ; 1
The interest shown and the ma
ny fine compliments received dur during
ing during iheir recent orchid exhibit
were indeed gratifying, and it will
be great pleasure -to welcome ev every
ery every one wno expressed a desire to
learn more about our hobby of
collecting orchids, their care and
proper culture while living here
in the Canal Zone.
Several blooms will be on dis
play, an evening of fellowship is
assured, and of course refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, with a suitable door prize
tor attendance incentive.
Once you are over- an Illness.
forget it at least conversation conversationally,
ally, conversationally, you can be sure few per persons,
sons, persons, if any, will sbe interested
in a detailed account of it. al?
though they will be sorry you
had such a bad 14me; ; ;
Alwsfys try to find something
cheerful to talk about instead
of something depressing. ;
Report Of Boinb
Aboard TVA Plane
day evening at 7:
Central Labor Union
Metal Trades 1 Council
The monthly general meeting of
the Canal Zone, Central Labor U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, Metal Trades Council, AFL-
CIO. will be held Sunday in the
LOS ANGELES, March 15 (UP)
A New York-bound Trans-Warld
Airlines Plane was ordered back
and seven planes. were grounded
at International and Bufbank Air
ports last night after a nasal-Voiced
caller said there was a bomb
on one of the planes.
Switchboard operators at TWA's
downtown Los Angeles office and
at the International Airport report-,
ed threatening telephone calls from
an anonymous mature-voiced male.
"There's a bomb on a TWA plane
the caller said. "It will never
reach New .York."
The FBI, police-and sheriff of officers
ficers officers rushed to the field to check
the grounded aircraft. Six of the
pianes were at international ana
one at Burbank.
The plane which was in flight
was ordered back to Los Angeles
immediately. It was 20 minutes out
on its way to New xorit.-
. WASHINGTON, March 15 (tJP)
The House today passed and
sent to the Senate a one-year ex
tension of present corporate and
excise taxes which were sched
uled to decrease on April 1.
President Eisenhower had re
quested the extension on grounds
the 3 billion dollar revenue in involved
volved involved is necessary to keep the
federal budget in balance and al allow
low allow tor payments on the national
The bill was nassed bv voice
vote with ortly a few audible dis
sents. The House previously had
shouted down a recommittal mo motion
tion motion by Rep. Noah Mason (R-Ill)
Senate approval : is certain.
House passage marked the fourth
year the levies have been extend
ed.. ,. i ..:..
The bill continues the maximum
fax rate on corporations at 52 per
cent, forestalling a drop to 47 per
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Nearly 200 persons were delay
ed while officers went over the
Margarital Service Center at Mar-1 planes to check for the reported
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Today's hand uroves that
when life masters go wrong In
tne bidding tney can acnieve
results so terrible that the aver
age player cannot keep up with
..west knew that there was
something fishy about Souths
diamond bid but there was
nothing; he needed to do except
to pass quietly and take his six
diamond tricks against the ft'
nal no-trump contract. Slam in
hearts or club was ice cold.
North s decision to open a
Club instead of 4 heart is in full
accord with : modern bidding
practice. He wanted to make
sure that he would not be pass passed
ed passed out at his opening bid.v
South's one diamond response
is super-modern and appears
pointless. He had a normal one one-heart
heart one-heart response. r
North's bid of two hearts is
certainly correct, but it worried
South. Fancy bidders always
suspect that their partner Is be being
ing being fancy also and South feared
that his partner did not hold a
real heart suit. Hence South de
cided to nurse his partner along
and bid two no-trump in prefer preference
ence preference to giving the proper heart
Now North went wrong. He
raised to three no-trump. He
should have made the irregular
bid of three spades. This could
not hurt him and would finally
have forced South to raise
To Provide .Picnic
Buses From Colon
Transportation will be provided
to anrt from Colon for At'antic sid-
ers who plan to go on the benefit
outing to Chame sponsored by the
Altamira Club, it was announced
Buses will depart from 9th Street
and Centra Avenue. Colon, at S
m. to join the convov, whi-h will
leave from Paiama CUv to Criame.
Ticket are being sold on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic ide by Vincent Smikle and
Felix Gelate at $3 each.
cent that would have cost
Treasury 2 billion dollars yearly.
it also precludes declines v. inex
cise (sales) taxes on i whisky,
wine, beer, cigarettes, automo
biles and auto parts and accesso accessories.
ries. accessories. The estimated loss her was
1 billion dollars.
Members of both parties who
have been demanding substantial
reductions in federal spending-
looking to possible income tax
cuts supported the bill reluctant-
iy. . .
But they said failure to enact H
would mean a deficit of about
500- million dollars in the Presi President's
dent's President's 71.8 billion dollar budget
for fiscal 1958. They, also made
the point that tax cuts, when pos possible,
sible, possible, should be distributed .fairly
among all taxpayers.
The hill came up under a pre,'
cedure barring amendments so
members Would not be tempted to
open the whole question of tax re-
vision. Also, it had been delayed
for some: weeks, obviously so the
Senate, which can't close,its doors
on amendments, won't have : so
much time to consider any such
To Quiet Music
LONDON, March 15 ---fUP)
Actor Vict6r Mature was. under
court order today to turn down
the music in his fashionable May-
fair apartment here.
A British judge, acting on. com
plaints from neighbors, issued an
order restraining ;Mature rarora
making excessive noise .by" the
playing of mechanical or musical
Instruments. l:- "y-;. i
The actor is known td be a hi-fi
phonograph fan. v ;
Dan Savage Dies,
Funeral Monday ;
Dan Savage, a long-time res
ident of Colon, died yesterday
In the Amador Guerrero Hospl
tal following a prolonged Ul,-
ness. He was 60 years old. sv ;
- Funeral services have been
scheduled for 9 a.m... Monday
mornlnsf in Christ Church by-the-Sea,
Colon. Burial will fol follow
low follow in the Mount Hope. Ceme
Mr. Savage is survived by his
wife, Miriam, and five children,
in addition- to other relatives.
End Of Alliance
With C. Britain
UMMAN, ; Jordan,' '"March "15
(UP)-Crowds turned out in cities
and villages throughout, Jordan
last night and today to celebrate
the end of the couhtry'l nine-yea!r
alligncer with Britain,
Parliament demanded eancells
tion of the treaty six months ago,
but the government deferred ac action
tion action until it had been assured that
Jordan's Arab neighbors would
make up the 38 million dollar
yearly subsidy paid by Britain un under
der under the terms of the treaty.
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' Bringr Fiance
Here For Visit -
I Dorn "Thomas, son of Mn and
Mrs. Charles E. Thomas of Balboa
arrived last night from Georgia
Tech. for is two week: vacation
with his parenst.
' He brought his fiance. Miss Do-
, lores McCaffrey, witn- mm. miss
McCaffrey will stay with Corn's
sister Miss Alice Ann Thomas at
, her Curundu apartment. -. v
1 Miss Thomas will entertain for
the engaged couple this evening.
To Ft. -San Lorenzo
I Twentv five members of the
Balboa Women's Club made the
rip to Ft, San Lorenzo- Wednes-
Bill To Reilrc
Chief Judges At 70
Up Before Congress
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
- Attorney Genera 1 Herbert
Brownell Jr. said today ;the drive
to reduce federal court congestion
Is "proceeding satisfactorily."
. In a report to -a meeting of the
Judicial Conference, he said he
opes, for" early enactment of "an
omnibus judgeships bill now being
considered by congressional com committees.''
mittees.'' committees.'' The bill provides, among other
things, that chief judges be retired
at the age of 70. They- could, how how-fever,
fever, how-fever, make themselves- available
tor special judicial ; duty- upon
assignment of the chief justice of
the United States. ;
I Other proposals provide:
The chief, justice address Con Congress
gress Congress in person every year on the
State of too judiciary.
An additional judge be appoint
ad when the judicial conference
certifies that fa judge eligible, to
retire is either mentally or physi physically
cally physically disabled.
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(PA-C)- Successful testa of giant collapsible rubber tanks
have just been completed in the oil fields of the sonthest
under actual operating: conditions. The tanks, designed for, oil,
water or other liquods in areas where storage or transporta transportation
tion transportation problems occur, are manufactured by The Firestone Tire
Rubber Company at. Magnolia, Arkansas. They are made
of tongh rubberized nylon, and have a 15,000-gallon capacity.
I When filled thoy are 45 feet long. 11 feet wide. and 6 feet
high. They ean.b rolled hp like a sleeping bag into a paak paak-ago
ago paak-ago eight feet long by two. and one-half feet to diameter. A
I built-in jpressure-release system prevents rapturing from
I 'i '. --' "overfilling.
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They all enjoyed the picnic out outing,:
ing,: outing,: and were particularly im impressed
pressed impressed by the interesting talk giv given
en given on the ruins by Xt. Col. Leroy
Glodell, who showed them over
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Mr. And Mrs. Leigh Cramer
Entertain Wiht Supper Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Cramer en entertained
tertained entertained a group of their friends
with a supper dance last night.
The party was held on the terrace
of tne partment Duiwing, tauicio
urraca, wnere tney jive,
Leaves' For Bogota ,.v.:;
Robert Booth, "Braniff. manager
in Panama, left yesterday for Bo Bogota,
gota, Bogota, Colombia where he will
spend severals days. Mr.' Booth
has been in Colombia ; the previ
ous week 'with a crouo i of high
Braniff officials from the airline's
Dallas headquarters on tne survey
flight to Colombia. The group
which returned to r anama weanes
day afternoon in a Braniff private
plane to fliy.to Mami and Dallas
that evening, included '.E V. Car Car-leton.
leton. Car-leton. r-Vice President, operations;
Hex BracK- vice rresiaew, xraiuc
and Sales and Walter Henshel,
Vice President,; Public .Relations.
Beach Dance J
At Ft. Kobbe
Men staitoned at f ort Kobbe
will eet the first glimpse Friday
night, March 15, ot tne results or
group landing by t h-e Enlisted
Men's Advisory uouncu. The coun
cil is sponsoring a beach dance
in the pavilion at Fort Kobbe
Beach. Music will be furnished by
the Polynesian. Quartet, an Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian orchestra composed of en
listed men of Fort Kobbe.
Sp3 A. I. Lofton, chairman of
the decorating committee, has
stated that the decorating theme
will be Hawaiian, 'in harmony
with the musical and refreshment
First transportation to the beach
will leave at 6:30 p.m. and will
run at regular ten minute inter
vals. Tne dance will start prompt
ly at 7 o'clock and will continue
through 11 o'clock.' Everyone is
encouraged to make early plans
to be on band to enjoy all the fun
and excitement ot an evenmg ot
dancing under swaying palms and
All military personnel and adult
dependents are invited and can
expect to spend a pleasant evening
of relaxing Hawauan music and
delicious refreshments. Admission
is free. There will be no swim
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TODAY'S "MISTER GIRL SCOUT" Is Captain Robert E. Boyce
of Albrook Air Force Base, another charter member of the
fDO DADS,"a group of Canal Zone men who are sharing their
time and talents with the GIRL SCOUTS of the Canal Zone.
(Photo by A. C. Rlvas Jr.)
Canal High School Graduates
May Enlist For
Hieh school graduates in the Ca
nal Zone who are United States
citizens may enlist in the U.S. Ar
my directly for training m one oi
lis fields during tne lounn quar
ter of the 1957 fiscal year.
: me courses oi training ouereu
are listed in DA Cir. 601-29 dated
j re j
Dec. 31. 1956. In addition. 14 cours
es of training are offered for fe
male citizens of the U.a. whoare
high school graduates.
This training is authorized un
der th provisions of AR 601 230
which covert the high school grad graduate
uate graduate nroeram. The period speci
fied includes April May ana June,
For mon courses offered In Include
clude Include cartographic drafting, con construction
struction construction drafting at tho Engi Engineer
neer Engineer School, Fort Bolvoir, Va.
A hieh school craduate ma v en
list tor. training as, me s i g a a i
School "at Fort Monmouth, N.
in any one of 15 different courses
including electronic warfare equip equipment
ment equipment repair -audio specialist, ra radar
dar radar repair, still -photography or
meterological observation, u f
Some of the courses offered to
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THE BALBOA UIIIOII CHURCH.
BALBOA, CANAL; ZONE
WELCOMES YOU TO ITS SERVICE
LINDAY, MARCH 17
9:30 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL1 FOR ALL ACES
10:30 A.M MORNING WORSHIP
7:30 P.M-EVENING WORSHIP THROUGH LENT
Second Word from the Cross:
' "Today shalt thou-be with me In paradise"
The Reverend Oscar W Olsen, Pastor
This Church is Protestant, Interdenominational and
affiliated with the National Council of the Churches
. of Christ In the United States of America, v
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young women include stenography
at the Adjutant General's School,
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., or
aentai laboratory, medical labora
tory specialist or x-ray specialist
at the Army Medical Service
School, Fort Sam Houston, Tex.
Under the high school grid-'
nate program, those eligible may
..enlist in the Regular Army for
a period of at least three years
active duty but have the bene benefit
fit benefit of selecting their choice of
training or field of work,-, once
they -have" completed b a s I c
Any United State, citizen who
is interested may obtain addition additional
al additional information from Sgt.1 Leo P.
Champagne, Fort Amador, tele telephone
phone telephone 82-5164.-
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Md., Is taller than a three-itory building and measures 6t feet
In diameter. Easily transportable, it is made of panels tied
together with slide fasteners. Supported entirely by low air
pressure, it can withstand 100-mile-an-bour winds.
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Soldier Oi Month;
Company C Honored
Sp3 Robert C. Atwill of Compa Company
ny Company A was selected the Soldier of
the month of the First Battalion
the 20th Infantry Regiment at Fort
Kobbe for the month of February.
In addition, the third squad of the
platoon of Company C was select selected
ed selected the Squad of the Month.
The -awards were made on the
basis of dress and military bear bearing,
ing, bearing, close order drill, manual of
arms and inspection of weapons.
In the case of the Soldier of the
Month, eligibility was also based
on a written test on general mili military
tary military knowledge and current e e-vents,
vents, e-vents, and the absence of any dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary infractions.
The Soldier of the Month award,
which is open to all enlisted m$n
of the rank of E-4 (corporal or
Sp3) or lower, provides the win winner
ner winner with'a three-day pass to san san-ta
ta san-ta Clara with meals, cottage and
transportation furnfshed. The win winners
ners winners of the Squad of the Month a a-ward
ward a-ward will receive three-day pass passes
es passes also.
The Soldier and Squad of the
Month program was instituted by
the First Battalion commander,
Lt. Col. Conrad R. Underdahl, in
the interest of espirt de corps.
Winners are selected on the first
Satuday of eaqh month. r
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1957
3 Concurrent Travel For Navy Dependents
, 1 Concurrent travel for depend dependents
ents dependents of enlisted personnel in grade
' E-5-who are assigned to the Pana Panama
ma Panama are?, of U.S. Army Caribbean
as Men authorized effective A A-pril
pril A-pril 1, headquarters has announc announced.
ed. announced. ,-:
However, the sponsor must a a-"
" a-" free beforfc leaving the United
States to accept temporary- hous housing
ing housing as far as 50 miles away from
his duty station if necessary as
an Initial assignment.
Tne concurrent travel privilege
was extended enlisted men in
grade E-7 Jan. 1, 1957, and to
grade E-6 Feb. 1.
Concurrent travel for enlisted
personnel has been curtailed since
February, 1955, due to a critical
, shortage of adequate, quarters.
Thjg authority has been made
. possible by an agreement with
. the U.S. Navy for the use, on. a,
rental basis, of an additional 110'
family quartan at the Navy's
Coco Solite housing area. f
In addition, several programs
are currently under study by U.S.
Army Caribbean headquarters, in including
cluding including recommendations for eon eon-truction
truction eon-truction of new family" quarters
. in the Panama area.
The provision attached to con
current travel tor ennsted men
means simply some of the new
arrivals may be quartered in tem temporary
porary temporary quarters on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus while actual actually
ly actually working on the Pacific side.
. Capt. Edward Mack, chief, AGO
housing, said the greatest demand
i Swim -Suited Girls
: Peer At Priioners,
Jin Dartmoor Jail
DARTMOOR, England, March
15 (UP) Officials of Dartmoor
Prison demanded today that
'tourist stop breaking into the
prison and that pretty girls choose
soma other site to parade in bath bath-fag
fag bath-fag suits.
Wardens of Dartmoor, located
a tha lonely coastal moors of
Devon, complained that seashore
vacationers "leer" at the prison-1
rs and parade past tha walls in1
- bathing suits and shorts.
Former Deputy Warden Duncan
Fairn said the problem went even
"Not only do they drive right
VP to the prison to which we can
have bo objection but they get
out and clamber up the walls,"
- Ha said girls and young women
- promenade around the prison
grounds in summer as if it were a
"Tha convicts at Dartmoor are
pot animals in a cage," ha said.
Today- ENCANTO 50c.
i At 9:00 p.m
LA SONORA MATANCERA
and CELIA CRUZ
- On tha Screen
TWO GOOD PICTURES!
Today IDEAL .20 JO
"RADAR PATROL vs.
FLAME OF YOUTH"
to catch a
for quarters was on the Pacific
side where most of the Army's ac activities
tivities activities are located.
Enlisted men assigned to tem temporary
porary temporary quarters on tht Atlantic
side will compete for quarters on
the post where they have their du du-tv
tv du-tv assignment as they become eli
gible, in accordance with establish
ed housing policies.
Howevor, quartan assign assign-mtnts
mtnts assign-mtnts are mad an tha basis of
rank and time in grada with
tha higher rank having tap pri priority
ority priority arid tha greater time tin
grade Within tha rank taking
tha top of tha listings.
At this time all Army enlisted
Two Express Trains
Crash In Finland;
10 Die, 50 Injured
ITTALA, Finland, March 15
(UP) Ten persons were reported
killed and at least 50 injured when
two express trains collided head on
near here this morning.
Thirty of the Injured were re
ported in serious condition.
tne accident happened during a
The trains collided two kilome
ters from Kurrila Station about 10
kilometers north of here.
One express train was racing
from Helsinki, bound for Pori on
tha west coast. It collided with the
second express enroute from Tor Tor-nio
nio Tor-nio to Helsinki.
The Tornio train was 84 minutes
behind schedule because of heavy
At 1 n M v.ii. i--!
i icasi. u cars nam dou trains
were telescoped or thrown off the
Says Sen. Williams
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
Sen. John J. Williams (R-Del)
asserted today the federal courts
Costello whom the Supreme Court Jurmer "right hand man at Chn Chn-releasad
releasad Chn-releasad from prison Monday appeared before the com-
pding a review of his sentence wek to denounce
for income tax evasion. Hl1, !f A. turnco,u! u. i.
, The legislative committee, which
In a speech in the Senate, Wil- ded iU investigaUon of racial
liams said it now appears the doubles to Florida Wednesday,
Supreme Court is being asked to I od by iU decision that Kasper
"consider reducing his sentence a "professional agitator.
from five years to one year and In vit'in,J1" ..where a Legisla-
k.Mh. .At..r hi. I.ve "watchdog" committee is in-
"If tha Supreme Court decides
that t mr ia tha maiimum
then I think a review of the deci-
sions which hava been nude in
ennntietinn with manv other inrli-
viduals should be reviewed also."
The senator said that for three
decades "the government and
coaming uus racxeteer, ana many
people are beginning to mk why
tnev snou'fl De requirea io pay
fedU tncom. taS. if
u,e i,-UD?.crworia c"
DESTILADORA N AGONAL S. A.
UNITED STATES ARMED. FORCES
on the occasion
of its annual celebration
and urges residents of the Isthmus
to attend the "Power for Peace'
open hour and programs
PACIFI CSIDE: Albrook Field, open house, 11
Special program 1 :30 4:30 p.m.
ATLANTIC SIDE: Ft. Davis, Open House from 9 a.m.
Special program 9 11 aun.
Oraat Double FTOgramf
3ot Ferrer In
- Also: ;,
Victor Mature tn -SAFARI
quarters are full to capacity.
, Recent actions to acquire hous housing
ing housing for enlisted personnel include
the use of tha additional 110 units
at Coco Solito, the conversion of
certain officers' housing units sur surplus
plus surplus to anticipated requirements to
enlisted men's use and the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for new construction.
The command makes a "conti "continuing
nuing "continuing study" of the housing situa situation
tion situation In the Panama area to rea realize
lize realize tha use of additional housing
units where feasible.
It is anticipated with the use
of the additional units at Ceca
Solito, the demands of concur concurrent
rent concurrent travel requests may be met
once the initial Impact at these
requests has been absorbed.
However, because of tha seeason seeason-al
al seeason-al influx of personnel housing is
ana remains critical.
"All Dossible action ii belne tak
en to eliminate or reduce the hous
ing shortage," Mack said.
Racist Kasper (He
Danced With Negro
Girls) Keeps Pals
warcn is (Vf) segregation
leader John Kasper has natched
up ris rifted Florida organization
ana made plans today to open
his next white supremacy cam
paign n msnvme, renn.v
Kasper. 27. was denounced bv
his top followers as a "turncoat
segregationist" after admitting to
a Florida legislative committee
that he once danced with Negro
gins in new xoric,
But the youhc camoainner
whose persuasiveness was official-
Itf HI Tn A fnr tlwlntf MM .rl n
jence in CUnton, Tenn., quickly
won his way abek into the good
Iftaces Of staunch southern segre-
I Ku JEUux Klan leader BUI Hen-
drix, who invited Kasper to Fio
nas, said Kasper "cleared" him
self in a long conference with a
group of Florida Stats University
siuaents at xauanassee.
"inese young Aoys ana aspei
understood each other," Hendrix
said. 'These were southern-born
college., students. .and they
him three hours."
Kasper said ho also is "pals
gam with Fred Hockett, his
vestigana NAACP activity, the
State SuDrcma Court may be
ked to decide whether the
HAACP must disclose its Biem-
City Judge W. Moscoe Huntley
i Richmond refused to quash a
committee subpena for the rolls
but gave the NAACP until April Wer ()f tte Railroad Retirement
35;to appeal t higher courtlBoard said ftod.y toe board op-
Otto Tucker, NAACF attorney,
? a. aL. Xt A irDlnAiM Sill
u prevem, ui,
rting integration ante.
now can n m mwn m .t,. in.tr
group pi pjr VjJ -g
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THE TIOLENT MEN
" SLATES OF
By LSI COTTON ;
'.With swimming replacing track
in tha J. C. gym classes, coach Stu
crowns cry ot ".every man a
track man" has changed to "Eve "Every
ry "Every man a fish!"
t Both Tony Noboa and Dick Home
have a long way to go if they ex expect
pect expect to live up to this wild predic prediction.
tion. prediction. Billy Hatchett, however, a a-mazed
mazed a-mazed everyone with his beautiful
diving exhibitions which discour
aged those who considered this
phase' of water sport. Too danger dangerous
ous dangerous that water seems to take on
the solidity of concrete when en encountered
countered encountered after a fall of ten feet
or so!. . -."
' Heard John Schmidt giving ad
vice to a non swimmer, "Ifyou
can't swim across the pool, just
go to we Douom ana crawi a
Gil Smith earned the nickname
of the "Voice" after his electrifying
in economic geography. Almost
ieu aaieep during ii oui no one
could sleep with Raoul Swalm's
snores echoing in his ears. Then,
soon as Gil retired, Dick Ryan
stepped tip and finished the Job.
Well, tha "Lullaby Twins" won't
have another report for I long
DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT:
Joe Wood has nnaiiy lauen lor a
eirl. A cute little (LITTLE?)
blonde by the name of Jayne Mans
field. At last report, he had seen
her current movie three times and
was waiting for it show in its next
theater. Too bad he had to fall for
her, since he'll never get near
Heh, heh .
Jean "Tennessee" Brewer Is a
real star on the girl's basketball
team. She should a tried out for
the varsity As expected, one
of the J.C. candidates for queen of
the Policeman's ball was the vic victor.
tor. victor. Congratulations to Camilla El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, and to Shirley Meyer, who was
in the court
Nina Kosk has been on the war-l
path lately, due to the approaching
deadline for the yearbook. Joe
Wood, Don Rentfrow, and yours
truly have been walking around
with hatchets buried in our skuus
for weeks now..-: Eyes Ilka road-
maps were commonplace in 4. i
this week, with Dr. Moody's term
naoers duo. "Sniffer" Washburn
finished his lust in time for break break-fast
fast break-fast the next morning.
Next Friday is the swimming
party. Everybody invited. Exam
week also draws close, to our re
The recovery of our SAP, (for
e n..t jinva frnm hie
recent illness gladdened the hearts
of all JCers who knew ha had
Well, that about wraps it up. See
ya next weex.
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
Chairman Howard Haner
ipwes UbVralize nen-
Vinn and unemnlovment benefits,
r7." fw. h ,wn nB .id
wwr hasn't taken either side.
111. told the House Commerce
I Committee the railroad retirement
fund is now under-financed by 170
million dollars a year, ut some
an nrnoosala to hberahie its bene-
lits, he said, only two provide any
means of bringing in mors m
Thasa two would increase bene
fit, while raisin tha eontriDu-
tions of employes and the raU raU-niili.
niili. raU-niili. Thev still would leave a
deficit of 21 million dollars a year,
Showing at Your Sorrico
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"MULACLR IN THE RAIN"
S A B A K A
NIGHT OF THE
On Canal Zone
; "Power For Peace" the theme
for Armed Forces Day, is to be
had not through- the force or arms
and manpower alone, but through
ie added factor of unity among
ma nauon s armed iorces.
It is this unity which has been
stressed ever since the first Arm
ed Forces Dsy in 1950 that has
given the United States a strong
una, of defense on the land, at
sea, ana m me air. r
; Here in the Canal Zone, unity is
more than a word or an idea.
is continually being put to test a a-mong
mong a-mong the services. Examples of
such unity, understanding of one
another's problems, and coopera cooperation
tion cooperation in various undertakings are
numerous among tha local armed
Rescue and unity in the Pana Panama
ma Panama area go hand in hand. Tha
Air-Sea Rescue Squadron, attach attached
ed attached to the Albrook Air Force Base,
receives the services of the Army
and Navy in the Zone in carrying
out its many rescue missions. In
most esses this comes without the
asking. unity expressed by
each of the services placing their
facilities, equipment, and manpow manpower
er manpower at the disposal of another serv service
ice service in carrying out a joint mission.
In the States, and in other a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. It is an uncommon thing
ta see man of all tha different
services working on ana prelect
except in such places as the
Pentagon in Washington. Usual,
ly a man works with his awn
services, and with his awn UU
lowmen in uniform at his base,
or station, out here in tha Zone
tha story is changed.
On the Isthmus he finds many
projects and organizations which
are manned by officers and men
from all the services. Armea r orc orc-es
es orc-es radio, Damage Control School,
Disaster "Control, and other proj projects
ects projects are not, by their Very nature,
one service' setups, iney oe
roand and use the men, talents
and ideas of all the representative
services in the zone.
At the Armed Forces radio and
television of the Caribbean Forces
Network, at Fort Clayton, one
sees a concrete example of unity
in action. The officer in cnarge- is
an Army major, while the an announcers,'
nouncers,' announcers,' technicians, and clerical
personnel are maae up 01 Army,
Navy, and Air Force enlisted men.
Everything boils down to the
fundamental idea that the uniform
does not make the organization.
Here men of entirely, different
military, backgrounds Work on the
same project without friction or
confusion. Each man governs him himself
self himself by bis. own service rules as
to uniform, and the like, but each
obeys and carries out specific or-
aers penaimng xo me. siauon.
At Fart Clayton is the Educa Education
tion Education Off ic manned by Army
perMnneL. The men take care
of the. United States -Arm d
Forces Institute branch in "the
Canal Zone. This Is, In reality,
the Armed Forces high school
and college railed into one.
Through this ,the men In the
services hero can enroll in any
number of courses and gain cre credits'
dits' credits' which cart lead to a high
school ar college diploma. USA USA-Fl
Fl USA-Fl it aprime example of the
services working together In u u-nity
nity u-nity towards a common goal.
On Flamingo Island at Fort A-
mador, ona finds tha Army and
Navy as separate commands,
working on 24-hour duty. . that
of guarding ona of tha Pacific ap approaches
proaches approaches to. tha Canak The Army
maintains ami aircraft artillery
gun positions, while the Navy 0-
nerates the harbor entrance con
trol post. It is the Navy's job to
to challenge all ships heeding up
tha entrance of the Canal as to
their name, ownership, nationali
ty, business, etc. . while the Ar Army
my Army stands ready in the b a e k k-ground
ground k-ground to back up tha challenge
witn tne misni or ns suns, uni
dentified slanes in the area get
tha same treatment from this two-
service team. .
Not too long ago classes were
initiated anions: the two services
to. indoctrinate the men of both
Top Tuhesmiths Scored
New Comedy "Pardnerf'
Thirtr million aqaare -dance
cnthaaiasta are in iot a sreas
when Dean Martin and Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Lewis newest comedy,
7 ABunia a. aagms ns
twine aiwud the caantry.
The teckniealer film OPENS
ON WEDNESDAY U AT THE
CENTRAL, baa a Western
baektTosnd B uaang tts
snnsical numbers, by the
composers at "Lore and Mar Marriage,"
riage," Marriage," Is a square-dance tone
titled "Buckskin Beaaty" that
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looms a ana of tne years
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DURING THE JOIN ARMED
defense posts in the signal, radar
gear, ana gun emplacements used
in the overall setup by the Army
and Navy,. Navy men. instructed
soiaiers in tne operation and un understanding
derstanding understanding of surlace radar sets,
signal lights, codes, and flags, us used
ed used to challenge ships, while the
soldiers; iit turn; unravelled the
mysteries of their types of radar,
aiong witn instruction in radio,
ana nanaung the big guns. -By
this, each service became
familiar and understood tha prob problems
lems problems facing tha other's service io
carrying out the joint task.
Through training came the knowl
edge and with tha knowledge came
the understanding, all of which
originated from a united effort.
It is this seme type of unity,
practiced. n the lone, which
paid off in the 4-eal fighting of
the Korean War, Navy doctars
served in m treatment centers
dose te the front linas side fry
side with Army doctors treat,
ing all tha wounded which came
their way regardless of uniform
ar. nationality. ;Madics and carps
man at each service wrk hand
in. hand an the field elding tha
wounded in thai same
' Chaplains from all the services
comforted tha mas and held serv-
ices in the field, whenever possi possible,
ble, possible, for all men. all services, and
The Army infantrymen spotted
the enemy on the field and radio radioed
ed radioed positions to the Air Force
planes in the area who cama and
delivered the "Sunday punch."
Marines also radioed enemy troop
concentrations and movements to
the Army artillery and then stood
by while their fellow servicemen
proceeded to eliminate tha menace.
Navy ships pulled uo to the
beaches at Hungnam and swiftly
removed an entire Army under
cover of a heavy barrage .while
the enemy could do nothing to
prevent it under such a show of
, Helicopters of the Army and Na Navy,
vy, Navy, Air Force, and Marines, flew
continual runs into tha front una
battle zona and plucked the fall
en of all. services right out xrom
under the enemy's hand.
All this and much mora was u-
nity in action. . unity which
brings about tha "Power For
Will Ease Tensions
LONDON. MarchlS (UP)
Harold E. stasseir said today ne
hoped the disarmament confer conference
ence conference of the atomic Big Five that
opens here Monday would do
something to relieve current world
tensions and dangers.
President Eisenhower's disar
mament secretary, who will hesd
the U.S. delegation to the talks,
arrived by air today to tackle pr pr-iiminsry
iiminsry pr-iiminsry tasks.
He said America's gosl is a
"sound, safeguarded agreement
The conference of the United
States, Britain, Canada, Trance
and Russia was arranged under
tha auspices of the United Nations
It was the latest of a series of
such meetings held here ta recent
years, nona of wmen proaucea
anything but disagreement.
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DEPARTMENT OF THE' ARM Safe Driver Awards "ponsore d by the National Safety Council were presented to these mem members
bers members of the 17th Ordnance Company DS), Fort Clayton, in cewmoniei held recently at Tort Clayton, They are all military
motor vehicle drivers o hVve completed a full year'a driving without accident or a .traffic violation. Many of them drive
to So lff&mrAf are jfron? tow .left to right) SpS J. Katano Sp3 MMutobe a W,:
Rhuff Sn3 D Guv Sn3 E. Wheeler, Sp2 T.tZamora, and SpS L. Fuhrlman. In the second row (left to right) are Sp2 J. Sim Sim-mon&
mon& Sim-mon& Sd3 KL Harklns. Sp2 J. "Colville, MSgt. R. Williams, 1st Lt. E. Tates, who is the company safety officer and did not
receive an award. Sfc D Rawhouser, Sp2 L. Overton, Sp3 J. Wright, and Sp2 C Hadley. -Others who received the award but
were not oresent for the' picture are 6p2 tJ. Birge, Sp3 B. Bley ins, SpS K. Carter, SpS T., Cooper, SpS R. Layman, SpS R. Poe,
' sp3 J. Rlraute, Sp3 H. Smead. SpS L. Wyant and Pfc. M, Deck cr. (U.S. Army Photo)
Don't Foist Government By Injunction On Nation,
Pleads Member Of Civil Rights' Subcommittee
' (On of the moif ewitrover
eial features of Prttidont Eittni
howor't i v 1 1 rihM program
now bofor Congress would au au-.
. au-. thorlM tho govornmont to sk
federal court Injunctions to pre prevent
vent prevent civil rights violations. The
southern viewpoint on this issue
is presented in the following
dispatch written for the United
Prass by Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr.
(D-NC), a member of tho Sen Senate
ate Senate subcemmitteo on civil rights
legislation and a former associ associate
ate associate justice of the North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Supremo Court.)
' By Sen." Sam J Ervin Jr.
WASHINGTON The right to
. vote, the right to enjoy all civil
liberties are pasic to a iree peo
nla and must be nrotected.
t It 'is, however, a tragic error to
attempt the1 protection of civil
rights for any one group through
a process which denies a liberty
equally precious, that of trial iby
Jury. The administration's civu
r rights proposals will do exactly
' These proposals eliminate trial
by Jury by mailing ine uniiea
States government a party to pri
vat a suits broueht under nresent
civil rights' statutes and Substitut
ing an equitable remeay, ue in injunction,
junction, injunction, for common law proceed-
ings. p.,- v .'( ,.
i The Iniunction- is a Set of rules
iJiTd down by., a court to which
contempt, without jury trial. Und- and bias sometimes shown by lo
SepUance, JaderaWTm jesta rith
sound simpleenough,-but the ta-fsin8le judge,; v.One held w con-'
ceinpv wueiuer 11 oo cruuuu vi
civil contempt, Is subject to fine
junction is .particularly open to
abuse because of its possible scope
and extension and oecause i tne
widespread threat of summary
punishment which it conveys. s
An injunction can extend to per persons
sons persons not. parties to the action and
can turn a private controversy in into
to into a means of establishing a code
f conduct for an entire communi community
ty community and coercing innocent conduct.
Labor ijunollons of the .early
1900s, for example, were truly
said to have applied to "10,000
workers and all the world be besides."
sides." besides." Now in Clinton, Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, there is in force an injunction
so broad that It prohibits both
speech and peaceful picketing
against its integration order.
It should be remembered that
an injunction must be obeyed
.while' in force and that dis disobedience
obedience disobedience is punishable by con-,
tempt under it even though the
order itself is subsequently de-j
clared improper. I
The most frightening aspect of
the civil- rights proposals is the;
power of the court to punish dis disobedience
obedience disobedience to the injunction by
summary proceedings for con-
er present federal laws, when an
individual is subject to contempt
proceedings, for acts allegedly in
violation of state or federallaws,
he has the right of jury trial on
This guaranty arose out of lab labor's
or's labor's exnerlence with injunctions
and judges. But it does not apply
to injunction cases wherein the
United States is a party to the
suit. The administration asks that
the United States government be become
come become a narty to Private suits und'
er civil rights statutes, thus ne negating
gating negating completely trial by jury
exceot noon election of a Judge
and empowering a single judge to
issue the injunction, maae its ini initial
tial initial interpretation, determine who
has violated it, and punisn mm
It is the height of sophistry to
maintain that injunction and con-;
tempt .proceedings, as equitable
matters, do not subject an indi individual
vidual individual to the jeopardy he suffers
in ordinary criminal proceedings.
There is' not one particle less li
berty involved in punishment for
contempt and in punishment lor
violation of a state or federal mw.
' Subject to Prison
.The real difference is that under
common law proceedings an ac accused's
cused's accused's Huilt or innocence and bis
liability to damages, are deter-
Lmined by a jury while In contempt
j : i g l i. :.
Criminal contempt judgments
set forth a definite fine and sen
tence, but civil contempt judg
ments are of greater manitude
since actual damages are estimat
ed as fines and the jail sentence
extends for so long as the court
order is not complied with.
The advocates of these civil
rights measures say that the in
junction provides a quicK, tailor
made" remedy in this area, it is
trie that constitutional safeguards
provided in jury trial make the
punishment of an act as a crime
a slower, less sure process. un-
stitunonal guaranties do render
action in the democratic process
slower, more cumoersome tnan
actions by totalitarian states. Yet
should any constitutional guaran guarantee
tee guarantee be surrendered for the sake
of quickness and ease
We should remember "that the
founding fathers established con
stitutional guaranties because tney
loathed bureaucratic and judicial
tyranny more than they loved bu
reaucratic ana judicial naste.
The proponents of these mea
sure also say that the injunctive
remedy will be xree of prejudice
cal juries. But they fail to take
into account tne situation and pos
sible prejudice of the judge.
Under the administration bill the
judge will be projected into the
midst oi tne civil rights issue,
an issue hlgrly charged with emo emotionalism
tionalism emotionalism and politics. On one side
of the controversy will be ranged
tne entire resources of the federal
government which the other side
will view in certainty as an en engine
gine engine of oppression to them.
In this atmosphere the judge
will decide whether to issue an
injunction, whether to cite for con contempt
tempt contempt largely on the basis of af
fidavits submitted, affidavits
wnicn are always an unreliable
method of proof but particularly
so In n passionate struggle where
winning becomes more important
There are other subtle factors
present in a judge's decision. One
is the danger that the judge may
view a violation of his own in
junction as a personal insult to
him, or he as a presidential ap
pointee may conceive his role to
be that or furthering particular
policies of the government or
party, surely no good judge would
want the responsibility for acting
under these proposals and ho bad
judge should be given that re
In the seal to insure full citizen.
ship right to one group let us
not Joist government by injunction
upon this nation. We cannot in increase
crease increase the rights of one group
by destroying .the rights of all
groups. The administration will
will not solve the racial problem
but will increase race tensions and
divisions to unknown proportions.
me only true solution to the
racial problem is the lower pro
cess or raising tne economic and
educational level of all our people
coupled witn enforcement of pre present
sent present civil rights laws, (both state
and federal, but withouKrobbing
our citizens of their right of jury
Lvc- $ k z l
T A L K 8 HIMSELF OUT -Charles
Edmundeon, VS. ln
formation Agency officer in
Seoul, Korea, has handed in his
resignation on demand frem
"the agency. Edmnndsoq 16W
nounced the Elsenhower Mid.
East Doctrine as a "blank
check for one-man role? in a
statement issued to reporters
while on a -visit to' Tokyo.
USIA demanded his resigna resignation
tion resignation on the ground that he
violated a regulation forbidding
employes from issuing unau unauthorised
thorised unauthorised statements.
Today, Friday, March 15
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your avorlte (re
.,; quests taken by phone
8:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson Commentary.
C: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT3
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the Week
7:00 Thirty-Minute The ater
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
8:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phune
9:30 You Asked For It (re-.
10:30 Cavalcade oi America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 16
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6:00 Sien On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
fcy phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Bon jour Mesdames
8:30 Paris Star Time
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
13 tOO News
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
3:00 Old New Orleans
3:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
5:35 What's Your Favorite
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6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:48 Do It Yourself
7:30 VOA Report from U.8
8:00-flaturday Night Dancinj
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit parade
9:30 Ray's A Laueh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:30 Owl's Nest (reauesta
taken by phone through-
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Off.
"Living Mammals of the World,"
one of the books placed in circu circulation
lation circulation this week by the Canal Zone
Library, brings together in one il illustrated
lustrated illustrated encyclopedic, volume
thousands of varieties of living
mammals, arranged in accord accordance
ance accordance with the most recent know knowledge
ledge knowledge of their true relationships.
Written by Ivan T. Sanderson,
one oi the world's foremost zoolo
gists, the book is of value to the
student layman and scientist, an
invaiuatfle reference work and a
treasury of fact and animal lore.
The titles and authors of the
books announced by the library
tins weeK toiiow:
Non-fiction Dynamics of learn
ing, Cantor) Arms and Men Mil-
lis; Your Future Job, Bedford;
Understanding Science. Croused:
Birds, Zim; Living Mammals of
tne world, Sanderson; Handbook
of Business Forms, Sanderson;
Inspiration and Poetry, Bowra;
The Rise and Fall of Maya Civi
lization, Thompson; The Record of
American Diplomacy, Bartlett.
Fiction Harvest on the Store,
Carstens; Go In Beauty, Eastlake;
The Enormous Shadow, Hariing;
The Promise, Kellner; The Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Hitch, O'Rourke; Never too
Late, Thirkell;; The Hike Story,
Yoshikawa; Small Venom, Young Younger.
er. Younger. Children's Books The Giant
Book of Dog Stories, Coats worth;
Home on the Range, Hader; The
Great Big Animal Book, Rojankov Rojankov-sky;
sky; Rojankov-sky; The Golden Encyclopedia,
Bennett; The Giant Golden Book
of Elves and Fairies, Werner; Pic Picture
ture Picture Book oi Astronomy, Meyer;
Golden Song Book, Wessells; A
Chiled's Garden of Verses, Steven Stevenson;
son; Stevenson; Pirates, Ships and Sailors,
Jackson; The Golden Book of In Indian
dian Indian Crafts and Lores, Hunt.
CAPT. V. B. SWAN, (left),, commanding officer, 17th Ordnanca
Co. (DS), Fort Clayton, congratulates SpS Elva Kazee, mes messenger
senger messenger driver, for the latter's having driven 15,000 miles with-
out accident or traffic violation from January 1, 1956, through,
December 31, 1956. A. J. Gauvin, Ordnance safety director,
looks on. (U.S. Army Photo)
VAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
Ha? Happened in Smoking
NEW YORK: Sen. WiUiam
Knowland (R-Calif.) statin ir the IT.
nited States should not give eco
nomic aid to Poland or anv other
'If the Soviet Union ia itrlnnlns
Poland of agricultural and indus
trial prcaucuon, unuea states aid
wouij be, m effect, indirect as assistance
sistance assistance to the Soviet Union."
WASHINGTON : Ernest Gruen-
log, former governor of Alaska,
aeienamz a sratenood neanns wit
ness who called Alaskans "second
'Uncle Sam is miltv of nriFtie-
i . . r . r i
mg a certain orana of coloniaUsml
against Alaska. That's an ugly
worn, out u s true."
TALLAHASSEE. Fla. March 15
Rep: John Land urging that the
Florida Legislative committee in investigating
vestigating investigating pro and anti-integration
organizations be retained:
"John Kasper is not the last of
hi- kind. Other agitators will come
in and someone should be here to I
investigate what or who Is behind
KHARTOUM. Sudan: Vice Pres
ident Ricnard M. JMixon on Com
munists who demonstrated in pro-
test oi nis visu:
"Thev are entitled to their ooin-
loo. I suggest, nowever, uat they
prim some leaneu and take them
to Hungary se the people there
can have independence like the
CHICAGO: Joseph Schwartz. 17-
year-oid white boy, on his motive I
lor tetany ciuboinf a rounr .Neerol
"It was one of those thingi."
WASHINGTON: President Ei
senhower telllnf a newt confer-!
ence Congress will have to decide
wtuck "basic government'' pro-1
grams should be curtailed, ehm-
mated or siewed la order e tnm
his bndget: v s
Tea' east ssake treat savin ri
vnlesa yen are willing to tackle
one of tnose programs Conrress
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Braves' Pair Contribute Big
To Brooklyn's 12-to-9 Loss
; By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 15 (UP) Hank Aaron
and Bob Buhl are up again to their favorite form of
amusement making life miserable for the Brook
And. In the bargain, they re
Waking manager Fred Haney of
' the Milwaukee Braves look like
sound prophet when he pre predicts
dicts predicts that they'll "be better than
fcrer this year." Aaron merely
won the National League bat-
ting, title with a .328 mark last
i Mason while Buhl won 18 games
and-beat tne Dodgers eight
; times- one short of the Major
League mark for a single sea-
.Aaron smashed a two-run
Corner and collected two sin singles:
gles: singles: in the Braves' 12-9 win
over the Dodgers yesterday
and now has nit four homers
' and. knocked in ni ne runs in
iluix drapefruit League games.
Buhl, making his first compe-
? titive appearance of the sea sea-i
i sea-i sop, yielded two hits and one
i run- in three inning against
bis favorite cousins.
Tpmake things more embar embar-'
' embar-' rasslng for the Dodgers, the
' Braves locked up the game with
an eight-run uprising against
i Jehnny Podres, Brooklyn's 1955
WorW Series pitching hero. Big
Wows of-the frame were a grand
'Afrm. homer by Andy pafko and
thiee-run round-tripper by
Jfm-Pendleton. Don Zimmer and
Gil Hodges hit homers for the
Ddeers- J, ,.
i -TH Cincinnati Redlegs dealt
tHfe Pittsburgh Pirates their first
Iom of the spring when George
Cfbwe's four hits and Art
sifcult's two-run homer sparked
5J 7-4 victory. Rookie Dick
SWart, colorful outfielder who
hit 66, homers for Lincoln, Neb.,
last season came through with
h third round-tripper of the
'srMng for the Pirates,
t-he Cleveland Indians scored
ktteir fifth win in six games
wten they beat the Chicago
C$bs, 9-8, In a three-hour and
SOWninute, IS inning game.
Rdekie Billy Harrell, who hom hom-eritd
eritd hom-eritd in th ninth, doubled home
Ken Kuhn with the winning run
v iih. tnn of the 13th frame.
V Jttm Landts, another rookie
ehsatlon, smashed two of the
Calcago White Sox's five hom homers)
ers) homers) in a 12-2 rout of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators. Jim Rivera al al-;
; al-; aohit two homers and Earl Bat Batter;
ter; Batter; walloped one for the Sox.
Rookies Joe Dahlke, Glen osen osen-baim
baim osen-baim and Russ Heman limited
th Senators to six hits.
Rookie Tony Kubek singled
hipe Gil McDougald with the
wiftrung run as the New York
Yankees topped the Detroit Ti Ti-i'fen,
i'fen, Ti-i'fen, 3-2, in 10 innings. Al Ci Ci-i
i Ci-i colie, No. 1 rookie pitcher in the
.; Wbyld Champions' camp, went
I th first five innings and kept
thfcj Tigers scoreless. He allowed
only one hit and walked two.
A(ong The Fairways
-I iisted below are the pairings for
m regular monthly fWGA tourna tourna-mrit
mrit tourna-mrit to be held at the Rodman
.GuU Club tomorrow. Players are
requested to stick to these pairings
an. starting times as nearly as
-possible so that no one will find
herself without a came unnn ar.
rival at the club. Anyone who miss missed
ed missed .signing up for this tournament
and who wishes to compete is urg urged
ed urged 'to come on out to Rodman
where on-the-spot pairings will be
arrrniged. The more the merrier!
8ij5 M. Biggs, Laura Hopson.
Lit B. Robertson, M. Hastings.
acEi B. Robertson, M. Hastings.
J. Clare, B. Hennon.
P. Trim, I. Robinson, K.
K. Call, S. Carpenter, E.
Bishop, L. Knuth, J.
8:40- B. Hughes, II. Bruster, M.
- 8 45-r B. Dilfer, B. J. Nelson, D.
t:50 f. E. Weber, M. Taylor, M.
'8:55- P. Montanye, N. Hum-
phreysi W. Riley.
00 P. Waring,
f :05 L. Logan, V. HollowelL P.
t:10 Z. Peters, M. Lund,
t:li I E. Fisher, B. Crowd en
Charley Beamon, the rookie
who beat the Yankees, 1-0, in
his debut last season, pitched
three scoreless innings and
tripled home the winning run
to give the Baltimore Orioles
a 7-6, decision over the New
York Giants. Andre Rodgers
and Gail Harris, two of the
Giants' key young players, hit
Frank Sullivan, Ike Delock
and George Susce combined for
a three-hitter to lead the Bos
ton Red Sox to a 4-0 verdict
over the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Red Sox. who had scored
n total of four runs In five pre
vious pames, capitalized on Vin Vinegar
egar Vinegar Bend Mlzell's wildness in
the first inning to score au uieir
Bobby Morgan hit his second
homer of the frame in thp ninth
inning as the Philadelphia
Phillies shaded the Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics, 7-6, in the other
game. Bob Bowman also homer homered
ed homered for the Phillies while pitcher
Ned Garver, Harry simDson and
Gus ZernaU connected for the
Most Improved Club
By LEO H. PETERSEN
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (UP)
Agreeing with those who pick
his Cardinals as the most im
proved in the .National League,
Manager f reame Huicmnson
pointed to centerfield today and
said it is the only noie on mis
Of course," Hutch said, -we
could use another 20-game winner
on our pitching staff, but 1 m not
Worried about that. Centerfield is
the big problem. I have fellows
who- can do tne jod in. xne new,
but so far I've seen there no
indication that they will be able
to hit as thev should.
Rohhv Del Greeo. obtained from
the Pirates, played centerfield
most of the time last year but hit
Hutchinson has two other can
didates rookie Bobby Gene Smith
up from Houston where he hit .299
and chuck Harmon, a nuier
with Omaha last vear.
Harmon, who didn't make the
grade with the Redlegs, will be
given "a long, good look," Hutch
inson said, adding mat uie guy
never really has had a chance in
the majors because he never got
to nlav full time."
"You can't tell what a player
can do until you put him in there
every day," Hutchinson added.
"I'm not savine I am going to do
that with Harmon, but he's got to
dpI a rhanre to show me he IS
worth trviiiB out that way."
Hutchinson expressed pleasure
at the deal which brought him re
lief pitcher Hoyt Wilheim irom
"Our bullpen was inconsistent
last year, but 1 think Wilheim
will straighten it out along with
He also hopes that Lynn Loven Loven-guth,
guth, Loven-guth, who failed to make it with
the Phillies but earned another
major league shot by winning 24
nmn with Toronto, would
crthpn th relief corDS.
Hutchinson oraised the work of
two rookie hurlers Tom Cheney,
a 10-game winner with Omaha,
and Bob Smith, who won eight at
"They both have a good chance
to stick on what they have shown
me so far, he said.
RC-NEHI RETAINS LEAD IN
MAJOR BOWLING LEAGUE;
SEYMOUR GAINS WITH
THREE WEEKS OF FLAY
The RC-Nehi keglers retained
their Head in the Major Bowling
League Tuesday night when
tney split the four points witn
the Fuerza y Luz team. The
Fuerza y Luz bowlers took the
first two games, losing the last,
and plnfall by only seven pins.
Almeda led for the RC-Nehi
team with 683 while Roily
Gleichman led the Fuerza y Luz
team with 649.
Meanwhile, the second-place
Seymour insurance Agency
team picked up 2-Point In the
standines by takinir 2V, points
from Luckv Strike, with the-fi
nal game of the evening being
tied. Seymour won tne nrsi, iosi
the second, and won pinfall by
38 pins. Wallace, substituting on
the Seymour team, led with a
fine 590, followed by Casclo with
554. For Lucky Strike. Earl Best
had 160. 217 and 221 for 598. fol
lowed by Nelson with 563 This
was a tight match, with third
place at stake.
The fourth-place El Rancho
Garden team took three points
from the sixth-place Summit
Hills Golf Club" despite Howard
Toland's 647 for the golfers. Dick
Soyster led the Ranchers with
588, followed bV Ted Albrltton
with 556. Seim followed Toland
with 559. Toland, after a miser miserably
ably miserably 150 in the first game, came
back with 243 and 254 to rack
un his 647. The 254 was high
game for the evening.
The fifth-place H. I. Homa
tilesetters took one game and
plnfall from the last-place Max
R. stempel and Sons team as
Billy Coffey staved off defeat
for the insurancemen with a
big 649 with games of 175, 226
and 248, followed by Bowers with
552. For Homa, Bud Balcer had
a 577, his second-lowest score
in the last 12 weeks. Bill Rogers
followed Balcer with 550.
With only three weeks re remaining
maining remaining of the 27-week season,
the league now stacks up thus-
Colon Commission May A
RC. -. Nehi ....
Seymour A. ...
Lucky Strike ..
H. I. Homa Co
Summit G. C.
Fuerza y Luz
Stempel Si Sons 34
, By J. h HARRISON JR. ; v
If Claudio Martlnes makes his proposed trl to the U.S. and To to1 Ibarra returns from New
York to fight bantamweight champion Meivin Bourne, Ibarra will automatically be considered
o. i comenaer in me iis-pouna ciass, uamei jjeigaoo uuarte, president of the Colon Boxing
uommisison, said tooay. , , r .
l .i 1 ii i 1 11 III i I ..C-,'..;.;;,, ,-,..;. t..y: y. t
.' At present the .Colon group
considers Martilnez, who deci deci-sioned
sioned deci-sioned Bourne in a non-title
bout recently,' as No.r 1" con contender,
tender, contender, while' the Panama
. body lists Ibarra, who knock knock-ed
ed knock-ed out Martinei twi'ce, in the
top Spot. , .. ;
y' lbarra has signed to meet
Bourne in a title defense April
14., t ,
"We regard Martinez as top
contender," said DeleadOi "for
the simple reasqn that Ibarra is
not in Panama. When we an announced
nounced announced that opinion, we had
no Idea that he planned to re
turn for a title fieht
"It is our understandine that
Marne wui leave lor tne U.S.
shortly," continued the Colon
boxing official. "If and when
that occurs, and Ibarra does
come back here, we will not hes
itate to notify the Panama Com
mission of the change in our
Delcrado blamed newsDaners
for "creating a controversy" and
added, "as far as I know, there
is complete harmony between
the two commissions. We have
always settled our differences
amicably and there is no rea
son to believe that such will not
be the cas,, now."
Delgado's statement was re re-rarded
rarded re-rarded In frht circles as the
first pten towards a settle settlement
ment settlement of the disnute. It Is ex expected
pected expected that ft complete under understanding
standing understanding will be reached soon.
Deleado hs held the too Co
lon coirtmlss'nn pnt for several
years. Pogel'o 0inkv) Art,
who heads the Panama body.
was appointed as commission
member several months ago.
BULLFIGHTING IN FANCY DRESS This Is one of thexacts
scheduled for Sunday's bullfight festival at La Macarena bull bullring.
ring. bullring. Four bulls will be pitted against two Spanish, matadors;
but none will be killed. Purpose of the festival is to: provide,,
an afternoon of entertainment at popular prices.
Pacific Softball League
LOU GLUD AGENCY WINS
FOURTH STRAIGHT TO IN INCREASE
CREASE INCREASE LEAD IN FSL
PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
Won Lost Pet.
Lou Glud Agency 4
Cerveceria Nac, ... i
Hq. & Hq. 20th In. 1
Tasco Batteries ... 0
Blatz Brewers 0
Monday, March 18: Lou Glud
Agency vs C. N. Pan Liquido.
Tuesday. March 19: Hq. and
Hq. 20th inf. vs Blata Brewers.
Wednesday, March 20: C. N.
Pan Liquido vs Tasco Batteries.
Thursday, March 21: -Blatz
Brewers vs Lou Glud Agency.
Friday, Marcn 22: Tasco Bat Batteries
teries Batteries vs Hq. and Hq. 20th Inf.
Hurler Donald Lee
Is Son Of Former
Star Thornton Lee
TAMPA. Fla., (UP) Pitcher
Donald Lee, who is working out
with, the Detroit Tigers during
spring training, is the 22-year old
son of former Chicago White Sox
Ditching star Thornton Lee. Younr
Lee had a 7-3 record at Augusta,!
Ga, last season.
Any one of the first four
teams can win the league cham
pionship if any bin upsets oc
cur. Witn tne piay remaining
covering only 12 points, even the
El Rancho Garden team can
win, being only 10 points out of
The bin match will come in
th next-to-final week when
RC-Nehi nlays the Seymour In
surance Agency. The Nehighers
have yet to play Stempel, Sey
mour and El Rancho Garden
The Seymour Insurancemen
have to play the same teams, but
in tne order of El Rancno, Neni,
and Stempel. The Lucky Strike
team might have the lucky
break by having to play the
Summit Golfers, Fuerza y Luz,
and H. I. Homa Company, in
that order. If the leaders knock
each other off and Lucky Strike
can come through with four four-point
point four-point victories, nothing Is im
In the individual average
race. Bud Balcer held his 206
average, but the high average
bowlers had a field night in
scoring. Chuck Almeda was high
with 683 with games of 237, 247
and 199. He was followed by Cof Coffey
fey Coffey and Gleichman with 649, the
latter havincr games of 203, 212
and 234. Following them came
Toland with 647. Despite these
high scores, there were no
changes in the top ten bowlers,
the list of which remains as follows:
mil ru In Mater' Lou Q1UO
Agency pushed over the second
division squad Tasco Batteries
on Wednesday to increase their
lead In- tne secona nan oi
Pacific Softball League.
Final score of the game was
12 to 5.
Playing championship ball In
regards to hitting, the Stars
with Fritz Cheney on the mound
toppled over Jim Sprague's
pitches after which the well well-rested
rested well-rested Bob Newman had to
break out of the dugout so as to
chip the sportinjr goods boys
Cheney In turn, led the battery-boys
down the drain with
his assortment or piwes in
cluding a curve and a cnange-of-pacft
that had them cutting
at thin air. Cheney's victory
placed him with seven against
Glud easily iced the game
from the first inning on scoring
four runs with a walk to Mac-
Arthur, a sensational bunt nit
by Malene along the white-line
nf first hase movine the runner
to second and making two ou.
Clutch hitter Larry Jones then
sent a deep line-drive triple, to
right scoring two of the Stars
tour mmi before the fielder
could relay the ball back to the
With ho otits, sprague ga
walk a batter (Husted) placing
twn nn in a similar nace te. ui
of the first two miters Deiure
Abe Lund could send a ground grounder
er grounder to second that was bobbled
hv Pardv. scoring Glud's third
of the innlnr. After Simons pop
ped out to tne secona pweiwu,
Charters .. .. ..
D La Mater acquired an'Tbi"
on his force-out to put Glud a-
neaa oy lour runs.
Tasco Batteries came back to
life during the third on scoring
three runs to trail the Stars by
one. On Ghrist's single to left left-center,
center, left-center, a walk to Dennis and
Blough one-run single, the battery-boys
hopes for a rally widen
after Nesbitt singled home two
more runs before Cheney set settled
tled settled and drop Bowman on a
slow grounder in the infield.
Tasco's other runs were made
on second-sacker Pardy's homer
over McArthur's head in deeD
left in the" fourth.
Scoring five runs prior to
Newman's brilliant relief per performance
formance performance that retired the side
on one pitch in the third, Glud
Stars opened the fans eyes after
two consecutive home runs were
hit by Al Husted and Abe Lund,
both to the deep right half of
Bobo" McArthur Increased
his batting average over the
.400 mark on having a perfect
day with four singles in an
even amount of at bats.
The box score:
Tasco Batteries Ab R
Dennis, If 3 1
Blough, s$ 4 1
Welty. c 3 1
Sprague, p 2 0
Newman, p 2 0
Nesbitt, lb 4 0
Bowman, 3b 2 0
Smith, cf 2 1
Pardy, 2b 3 1
Ghrist, rf 3 1
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
Won Lost Pet
Lincoln Life 5
Spur Cola ....... 3
Gibraltar Life 2
Seymour Agency . 2
Elks 1414 ...2
By Conrado Sargeant
Two two-year-olds are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to make their debut in
Sunday's third race. They are El
Pequeno and Linda sucy.
El Peaueno is a cnesinui sou
of Brackmour-Excelsior. He is
owned bv. Herman ,Walte and
trained by Gerardo Molina,
Linda sucy is a bay filly by
Count Curley out of Setare. She
is the property of the Stud Ma Ma-oul.
oul. Ma-oul. with Eduardo E. Young list
ed as trainer.
Carlota and La Gazza Ladra
were' sold recently to Miss Ce
cilia M.5 Arias and are being
trained by Mrs, Viola Camargo.
Barge Royal reappears mis
weekend under new ownership
also. Ha is now owned by the
Stud La Enea. Hugo de la Pen-
ha is trainer. ? V'v-
It has also been officially an
nounced, that thesum of $20,000
was approved for an urgent repair
job on the racing strip. Work on
the track wui start soon,
It is almost certain mat several
meetincs will be held on the inside
workout strip until the main track
is completely repaired.
Several 'of the nine American
throughbreds imported from Mia Miami
mi Miami by the nine Colonites who owa
classy Chiroke, arrived here witfc
injuries received aboard the plan
that brought then. Fortunately
none' was badly hurt.
The names and pedigree of tht
newcomers which arrived Tuesday
Ocala Miss, three-year-old chest chestnut
nut chestnut filly by Samurai-Ann Dover.
Miss Patience, three-year old
chestnut filly by Alaking-Miss Up Upstart.
start. Upstart. ':
'-.-Display Song," four year old
bay filly by Spy Song .. Miss Vera".
Bluno, four. year old browa
filly by Helvetian Blue Beauty.
Coronation Day, bay filly four-year-old,
by Balmy Spring-Alimon
Clybern, four year bid by; filly
by Bernborough-Clytiev" ', i-
Concrete Pipe, four year old
brown colt by Double Jay-Facile..
Tiequest, three year old -chestnut
colt by Requested-Clytle.
.', Valdina Jeep, two-year -bid cnest
nut colt by Murano or War Jeep-
Miss Valduia. :
Unconfirmed f e p b r t s Indicate
that these choicely bred racers
will be placed on auction in the
near future. ; iT
Troopers Down Bushmasters
5-4 For 11th Straight Win
our informal dub for the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4;30 aim.
ioi t in
19111 Brown 88 Cornefl 56
ImImi NCAA Small Ccfltf
???T?f I m.rt.rml Rund)
1 22 -.nufk Weslevan 72 Buffaw 68
X iZTZill St Marys 86 Rider NJ. 6
iTi:'Lor Angeles St 57 San Diego
'"T- w 90 south Dakota 80
At Kansas City. Ma.
Western UL 80 Wm. Jewell 67
Eastern 111. 110 Villa Madonna 78
Tennessee Ai 87 rortiana yd
namline 81 Stevens Pt (WU.) 69
Youngi town 80 Emporia St. 74
Pacific Luth. It Stetson. S3
SW Okla. St. 88 S WTexat St. 78
. MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
, In the air-cond'rtioned" comfort of our BALBOA BAR
Nljtitcap on-the-house at 4:30 sum. r
pABOf. b pUTt the pfaM In the Rath Bar
It PJ. to jm. Bum net. Bed Tbmrs.
Lon Glud Agency
McArthur. If 4
Malene, 3b 3
Jones, cf 3
Husted. 3b 1
Lund, lb 4
"lmons. rf 2
De La Mater, ss 4
Johnson, c ... 4
Cheney, p 4
29 12 12
Umpires t. Mary Metheny and
koui. Bcorer: Henry ciark.
Lincoln L'fe 1, Elks 1
On Thursday at the Little
League stadium, the fans- wit
nessed the longest, ana most ex
citing eames of the season.
The contest went three extra
innings when the curfew and
darkness called halt with both
teams having one ru neach. This
tie will be played off Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Gene Beck was Lincoln choice
on the mound for the league
leaders, and Mullins for the
Elks, when both of these lads
had to leave the scene because
of Little League regulations,
Johnny Joyner and Craig stoud stoud-nor
nor stoud-nor took over for the next three
4 nut ho
Lincoln tallied In the first in inning,
ning, inning, and held this lead until
the fifth when the Elks came
back with two hits, but good
fielding on part of the Lincoln
fielders prevented scoring.
Lincoln Life came up with
two double plays In crucial
spots. However, the Elks came
up with some fielding genu
themselves, in the first Inning
Craig Stoudnor back handed a
hard hit ground ball off the bat
of Case, back of second base to
throw out the runner.
In the eighth inning Mullins
made a bid to rob French out of
a base hit when h deflected a
line drive which. was labelled
for extra bases. This effort by
Mullins held French to only a
single. French led all batters. I
and increased his batting lead leadership
ership leadership of the leagve with four
Fort Amador's league heading
TrooDers made it 11 in a row
Wednesday afternoon at McCardell
Field downing the cellar-dwelling
Army Atlantic Bushmasters 5-4, to
increase their lead over the idle
second place Clayton Cavaliers to
one and one half games. And
Wednesdav meht at Beam Stadium
the third place Albrook F4 y e r s
came from behind m the late in-.
nings to defeat the Fort .Kobb.e-Re
TROOPERS SQUEEZE BY AA
Fort Amador's leftfielder, Frank
Loy, clouted an eight-inning borne
run over the centerfield efnee en
abling the Troopers to sqeeze by
the Bushmasters 5-4 for their 15th
victory in their last 17 outings
With the score 3-1 in favor of the
Troopers in the top of the sixth. :AA
firs baseman, John- Keros, un
loaded on one of WayaefeTolberttFoct, Glajttort' J6 8
er the rorv jnooae... ,... jo a.
MINNEAPOLIS, March, 15 (UP)
The National Basketball As Association
sociation Association Lakers will stay in Min
A civic group in Minneapolis as
lured that hv raiainff 1200 000 in
prevent transfer of tne N.B.A. 8UIsjes ul iout e u"ws.
Franchise to Kansas City. For the Elks. Bettsak, Austin
Majority owner Ben Berger had ana muuuis naa two nits eaca.
made a conditional deal to sell the i In all the Elks outhlt the Lin-
fast balls and sent- a shot over
leftfield fence to cut Amador's lead
to one run. AA went ahead momen momentarily
tarily momentarily in the top of the seventh on
two singles, a stolen base, a wild
pitch and two sacrifice flys.
Amador's player manager, Mike
Rivera, led off the bottom of the
seventh with a line-drive double
down the leftfield line. A ground
ball and a sacrifice fly scored Ri Rivera
vera Rivera with the tying rm Loy was
the first batter in the bottom of
the eighth and wasted no time in
hitting ine of Jim Bogopoulos'
pitches out of the park.
The win was Tolbert's fifth of
the season and his fourth conse consecutive
cutive consecutive victory over the AA nine. His
record now stands at 5-2. Bogopou
los' loss was his second iof the
year, he has yet to gain credit for
FLYERS DOWN KOBBE
Trailing 3-0 going into the last
half of the seventh, the Albrook
AFB Flyers got to Kobbe pitcher
Frank Jonas for four bases on balls
and a single by shorststop Roger
Zimmerman for five big runs, and
proceeded to topple the Regulars
At the end of five innings of play
Kobbe hurler Jonas had a no-hitter
in the making.
Kobbe got off to a fast start In
the first inning when rightfielder
td Scarlett singled and stole sec second
ond second base. Third baseman Gene
Tapscott then lined a single bring bringing
ing bringing in Scarlett with the first run of
Two errors, a fielder's choice.
and singles by shortstop Nick Co-
langelo, catcher Lennie Gittens,
Jonas and second baseman Hal
Duff ieW accounted for twp more
Kobbe runs in the fourth.
Bob Hanson went the route for
the winners gaining his third win
in five decisions. Jonas pitched six
and two-third,, innings and was
charged with the, loss, his seventh
in 11 decisions.
Schedule of coming games in
PAAF League. ;
March 46: Albrook at Army At Atlantic;
lantic; Atlantic; Amador at Clayton.
March 17: Clayton at Kobbe.
March 18: Amador at Albrook.
March 20: Clayton rt Army At Atlantic;
lantic; Atlantic; Kobbe at Amador.
. IA of Marcb.i,15)
Won Lost GB
. is' r ,x.
. 1 L. 1. .nn
A1UIUV nx JD ....
Army Atlantic ...
13 ,12 ,'5
...'5 20 13
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
A L T P GF GA
35 19 12 82 187 10
33 22 11 77 202 150
32 23 11 75 183 166
25 28 IS 63 172 202
19 31 15 53 150 177
16 37 14 46 163 212
last Night's Results
Montreal 8, Toronto 4
Detroit 3, Chicago 2
(Only games scheduled)
For Fullmer Bout
GREINWOOD LAKE, N.Y,
(VP) Former middleweight
champioa Sugar Ray R obi won,
begaa ti lining Wednesday (or- a
title bout with champion Gene
Fullmer oa May 1 in Chicago.
Robmtoa, little heavy at 170
pounds, ran five mOes and worked
in the gym the equivalent of eight
Lakers to former big league base-
ban star Marty Marion. The condi condition
tion condition was that the franchise would
go to a Minneapolis (group if they
could match the pricf.
They could and ditkThe Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis syndicate raised $200,0001
850,000 for operating expenses. Yes
terday, they clinched the deal by
delivering a certified check for the
To Meet Tonight
Representatives of C.Z.
Leagues from both sides of the Isth
mus win convene tonight at T o' o'clock
clock o'clock at the Margarita Service
Center board room to discuss mu
tual problems and set up some
preliminary groundwork for the
form coming trm to the U.S. for
the animal VJ.W. Teener League
Ail interested varties. lnclodinr
league officials and team manag managers
ers managers hart been notified to attend.
Others who may be interested in
th progress of their yoangsters in
Teener league ball and may have
some suggestions to offer in the
administratiou of the league are
also invited. -
coins to the tune of 9 to 6.
The Elks demonstrated to
their followers that if they play played
ed played the same brand of ball a
gainst the other teams as they
do against the league leaders,
they themselves would be on
The box score:
Lincoln Life Ab R
Joyner J. cf. p 4 0
Beck p, cf 3 1
Ostrea ss 4
French 3b t 4
Case c 3
Famsworth lb ........ 4
Engelke L. If X
Fernandez If 2
Marti rf 7
TeeneH07ner c- rf
Fnrelke R. 2b
Doming 2b ........... S
Stoudnor 2b. p ........ S
Oangle rf ... 8
Bettsak of ............ 9
Berrer lb S
Burton 3b 4
Ouiroa e 4
Austin as. 2b
Mullins tx ss ........... 3
Poore If I
McOrath If 2
Berganer x ....... 1-
z-Batted for McGraUi la 8th.
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Picudd, Golazb Apparently
Only Serious Contenders
" Antonio Anguizola's hard-hitting Argentine
chestnut colt Surumeno looms an odos-on mutuels
favorite to continue his winning ways in, the fea featured
tured featured $600 seven' furlong sprint for. fourth series
thoroughbreds tomorrow afternoon at the President
Remon racetrack. v .
' Picudo and Golazo. second and
third respectively benind suruint-
no over a mua last ween, w e e
are the only two Serious conten
ders (on paper) for the husky son
of fcatrap-rrmcess ocariei.
: Also scheduled, to participate in
the. feature are Gourmet. which
will go in an entry with Picudo; tl
Fakir, Cnariie Mcuanny, naair,
Elko and Chivilihgo.
Picudo, which will be riden by
Ruben Vasquez, Pained on even
terms with Surumeno all the way
to the final '''furlong last week. Go
lazo, which was s third most of tne
way, joined the two leaders on
the turn into the homestretch and
for a brief moment the trio raced
locked but Surumeno was much
the best and raced away to score
by two lengths with Picudo hos hosing
ing hosing out Golazo for the place.
King Flores will again ride Go Golazo
lazo Golazo but: Jose Avila will replace
Alejandro Vcaza aboard Surume Surumeno.
no. Surumeno. Avila is no stranger to the.
big son of Satrap, having ridden
him to Awo victories already.
Lightweighted Elko is sure 'to
make the race interesting for the
first half. Heliodoro .Gustines will
guide the speedy Peruvian horse.
El Fakir (Emilio Dario), Char
lie McCarthy (Alfredo Vasquez V,
Kadir (JorBe PhiUips). Chivilingo
(Amado Credidio) and Gourmet
(Fernando Alvarez) don't figure to
be close up. ;
i The feature event will be the
ninth and last race on a well bal balanced
anced balanced program.
1 Gay Spot
4 Don Jaime
5- Elenlta :
1, , r
Macaws Vacate Cellar
I- The Mftcaws broke into -the
win column Thursday afternoon
at the Fasthch Ball park as they were won in the first week of nlay
ucra)n;w jwe rwws -i u"f uy me piayer in eacn flight with
LOCKER ROOM CHAT Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox
talks with holdout Jim Piersall (right) in the locker room at
Sarasota,' Fla, Piersall was in town to- confer with Bed (Sox
x Keneral manager Joe Cronin.
A Day To Remember
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Rae 6th Series Imp. 5 Fgs.Pnrse 400 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Joe's Fiddling G. San. 115 Could repeat
3 Escorial J. Jimenez 118 Needs better rider
3 Grey Juan C.Ruiz 110 Improving steadily
4 Fuerte XI Flores 114 Poor ride In last
5 Gay Spot A. Ycaza 115 Must improve here
(Gramilla R. Vasques 115 Could go all the way
7 (Very good J. Avila 118 Vastly improyed
The sun was shining, not a cloud
. in tne sky.
A day to be remembered, and the
reason; why?" ;
The 'Amador Troopers met face to
face,. .'- .
The Fort. Clayton' Cavaliers to bat
tle lor first place.
The Cavaliers had -big Bill Cary
on the mound,
A steadier,, more capable man
could not be found.
The Troopers countered with Jack
naps, tneir ace.
The question was,. "Can Jack stand
tnd Race "D" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $300 Pool Closes
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 1 Enea R. Vasquez 118 Dropped in class
2 Ika K. Flores 116 Dangerous contender
3-Justlna R. Cristian 112 Hard to beat here
4- Nacho F. Sanchea lOOx Not ready yet
fbtMarcellt A. Vaaqae 12(V Always dangerous--
Olimpico T. Alvarea 118 Returns from layoff
7 JBolito J, Phillips 112 'Has heart plus
Parse $350 Pool Closes 1:45
trd Race "B and C Natives
1 Jachalin A. Credidio 104 Early speed, may help 44
3 Radical A. Ycaza 115 Long overdue 3-1
3 Yoslklto A. Vasquez 118 Shouldn't miss here EVEN
4 (Rabiblanco G. Pres. 105 Not against these 2-1
5 (Takeaway ; B. B&eza 112 Better, form this week 2-1
Pool Closes 2:20
4th Race "HJa." Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $271
' niiiviri i
1 El Profesor C. Ruiz 115 Would surprise 10-1
2 Don Jaime J. Gongora 118 Wile open race 3-1
3 Jai Alai G. Sanchez 113 Ran well, last week 2-1
4 Full Moon H. Gustines llOx Could go all the way 3-1
5 Tacera F. Hidalgo 110 Rates good chance too 3-1
Ith Rao "t" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse S275
Pool Closes 2:55
1 Moonshiner J. M. Bravo 106 Must go lower1
3 Black Gold R. Gomez 118 Jockey only handicap
3 Elenita A, Vasquez 114 will fight it out
4 Damaduia F. Alvarez 113 Rate good chance
" "' -.''(
Ut Race Ith Scries Imp. 7 Fgs-Purse $500 pool Closes 3:35
FIKaX RACK OF THE DOUBLE
lSocorrlto V. CaatUlo 120 Could repeat here 5-2
2 Sweet Winasor A. Cre. 100 Usually close up 5-1
Curale : D- Cortez 115 Brief early speed 15-1
iitipar 8. Hernandez 109x Hi good workouts t-l
5-r-Panzaretta' F.' Alvarez 106 Best early foot 4-1
, frjMSingls Slipper G. San. 112 Form indicates 3-2
7 Topocalma J. M. Bravo 110 Returns in good shape 2-1
1th Raeo 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse 5654
2ND' RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Poof Closes 4:fl
1 Hunters Horn F. Hidal 108 Has high rating 25-1
2 Plateadp F. Alvarez 113 Poor recent races -i
3 Gavilan J. M. Bravo 108 Will fight it out 2-1
4 Pavlnetto G. Sanchez. 112 Racing to best form 3-2
a Hurnng pars A. credi. 108 would surprise 15-1
6 Comatose B- Bae2a 112 Can't overlook 3-1
Every game, big Jack has played,
And many: a raOy his curves have
stayed. f-v vntvi-X:'
While at the plate; with his mighty
SWingS,.: .."'..'.-.:- "-'
He sends the ball afar,, ar if it had
The crowd is noisy and none too
All seem to realize that this is the
At last "Play : Ball" the umpire
An) Jack Kaps begins his chores,
OmtV twty three, the Cavaliers go
And big Jack st'alktoff the mound.
Amador lashes two hits for a tally.
But then jiteady Bill snuiis out the
Both 'teams, settled jrdown. in the
second inning. .'..-.'
Neither side could idore, and A-
madof was winning. t-
Weaver,.' of Clayton made the
crowd (0 tense.
But his blast was caught by Loy,
Inning after Inning the game went
The crowd greeting each out with
a mi and cry. : f 1
The scoreboard snowed just a
And it seemed. Amador had the
game about won,
The ninth, that fatal ninth innine.
Clayton came to bat with Amador
Bill Cary led off the Clayton half.
And went out on strikes as we
But wait. He's pn first base. What's
He's safe. That thin.' strike was
With 0 roar, big Jack toed the
And sent a fast ball plateward
Pool Close 4:4
Sth Raeo 4th Series Imp. I Fgs.Pnrsc S4M
1 Hincapie- G. Sanchez 115 Improvisg steadily 2-1
2 Reynold -- B. Baeza 115 Needs more distaace 8-1
3 Semlpleno.. A. Credidio 105 Good early speed 10-1
untro J... Jimenez 110 unpredictable lS-l
6 Ponton 'F. Hidalgo lie Not in this group 25-1
Amin Did! R. Gomez 113 Would pay off,. 10-1
7 Carraway J. Phillips 115 "-Seems "best bet"
tin Race 4th Series Imp. 7 FgvPoras $6M
eol aoses ;1X
. 1 EI Fakir' .' Dario 108 --Not in this group
2 Charlie McC. A. Vaa, 118 Meeds two more
3 Kadir ,; J. Phillips 110 Not ia best form J
4 EJko H., Gustlnea 105JC Early speed only.
5 ChlviUngo, A Xredldlo 103 -Could pay off ?i'
Surumeno J, Avila 122 Should scoff again ''
7 Golazo ; .X. Flores lit Could make it .here -f
(Gourmet -;.F. Alvarez 106 Doesnt figure-
S(--PieueSos -. R. VaiQuea 118Dangerou throughout '-
A perfect bunt to third was laid.
The ball was fielded and to second
The throw was wild, and ia the air.
Though the ball was caught. Cary
was safely there.
Two men on, and none were out,!
The game threatened to become
a rout. .
The next man walked to load thei
And in the dugout Amador hid their
An error allowed run to score,
A long fly bail brought in one run
Two more runs crossed the plate,
And it seemed Amador had met
WUh the side retired, this was the
Four runs for Clayton and one for
The game seemed over, for Cary
To score three rut seemed just
Cary gave a walk to the first Ama-
From the dugoot easae a steady
stream of cnatter.. .
Lee Straube. got a with a solid
The ball sailed' into right center
for certain1 trouble.
It bounced up against the score scoreboard
board scoreboard for a around rule double.
With one run in and two men pn
Cary had yet Frank' Loy to face.
Car called time, and wiped his
He'd have to throw his very best
He fired one in, and Frank gave it
He blasted it to center for a stand
The stands roared at the Amador
But could not get in the winning
Big Bin Cary retired the next three
It was a warning the game wasn't
over, at least not then.
The bottom of the eleventh, and
four to foor.
It seemed neither side could ; get
Cary set down the first two- men.
He never was stronger than right
The .crowd gave a -roar and a great
fsnouti- v '"'
For Jack Kaps was up with' two
men out. -It
wis so quiet you could hesr'a
As Bill Csry wound up and threw
'Ball One,' was the umpire's cry
And through the stands there flow-
ed a sigh. : 1
'Jack, Jack,' came the dugouts
'Don't be too anxious., stand in
The next pitch came in low and
Cary was pitching to Jsck's weak
Ball two, and there was some talk.
That Cary was purposely giving a
But Cary is a pitcher's pitcher at
And he threw one in there, perhaps
If Jack, on a two and 0 count was
Jack swung, and he wasn't faking.
At the crack of the bat the crowd
High and far the white ball soared.
Over the fence, and into the street
That big Jack Kaps is hard to beat
By Al Esterbrook
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
.Team Won Lost Pet.
Conejos ,. .. . 3 1
Ocelots .. .. .. ..2 1
Palomas .... ..2 l
Pumas .. .. . 2 1
Macaws. ........ 1 3
Perlcos -v. 0 3
OVER 40 PLAYERS SION UP
FOR EARLY TIMES RINGER
Over 40 players signed up for the
Early Times Rineer at Sum mir
With seven weeks to go it is por
CLOVELLY C.C. DRAWS
Batting against steady bowling
Slble that the field will he inrmak re... nZ..-n.. n
tne second week. Betaus at th
large number of women who en entered
tered entered the tournament a women's
flight has been added. This will
COSt Paul Duran an ririiinnal
half, dozzen bottles of E a r 1 v
Four bottles of Early Times
of the .' fastest 4 seven-inning
eafnes slaved this season. Ex
cept for th first inning-. vi-hen
E. Corrign singled Pearson
home 1 was "three -up three
down'.' 'f o both teams? until the
firth when the Macaws pushed
across two- runs on singles by
Des Londe? and Lawler to put
them out front by. a 3-0 score.
McOowlnthe Macaw pitcher
had shutout going for six full
innings and had returned nine
men to the bench on strikes but
in the sixth he gave up two runs
on a hit batter, a stolen base,
a walk and a single by Nesa.
Martin, the Perlcos pitcher
hurled a good same allowing
only five hits with two free tick
ets to first base. Three of tne
Perjcps key players were out of
the Une-up due to injuries.
Des Lonaes, Macaw lert neia-
er. came ud with a nice catch
when he went high in the air
to haul in a drive that was lab labelled
elled labelled extra-bases and a tie sarne.
Ness for the Pericos was, the
leading hitter with two for two.
For the Macaws. Pearson. Watt?,
DesLondes and Lawler each
had one for three.
Regularly scheduled teenasre
eames are waved every weeic-
day at the Fastlich Teenage Ball
Park on Galllard Highway and
the public is cordially Invited to
attend. There Is no admission
charge. Game time is 4:30 p.m
The box score:
Macaws Ab R
Corris-an. L. 2b 4 0
Pearson rf . .......
Corrlaian. E. 3b
Des Londes If ........
Vine 2b ........
Marcum 2b ....r
orient, i. iD iif.......
the low net score. In the f i r t
flight Pres Trim had the best
score with a one over par net 71
In-the second flight Morris Cher.
ry made the handicapper look bad
scoring a net 63.
In the third flight Don Parr and
N.B. Stephenson were tied with
net 71's and in the women's flight
Lynn Jones tied her mother with
a net 65. The players involved In
ues x:an aecide how they want to
determine who will get the prize.
The following are the three low
scores in each flight:
P. Trim, 38-41 79
H. Toland, 40-39 79
W. Carlton, 46-44 90
T. Jordan,' 38-33 74
. M. Cherry, 39-37 7
. R. Soyster, 38-39 77
. . .
ran up a total of 128 runs all out
on Sunday, against the Womack
American Whiskey C. C. at La
. Chiefly responsible for this score
were Chester Mike, 78 not out, O.
RqIIox, 11, and S. Thomas, 11.
After winning the toss, S,. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, skipper of the Clovelly C.C; ef effected
fected effected to bat. They were set of
to a fair start' by C. Mike and the
veteran batsman, J. Tuor, both
seemed to be at home to the, pace
auacK of me opening Dowiers and
took the score to 17 before Tudor
v;as caught by F. Williams off S.
Brown s bowliiig.
The next batsman in, T. Moore,
was oowiea oy s. Brown for 7.
Th total was 37 for 2 wickets.
T. Jemmott went next for 8. R.
Flemmings the hard-hitting 'bats
man was sent back by S. Brown.
caught by M. Kelly after scoring
3 runs. O. Rollox the aggressive
left hander opened his score with
a single and was well on his way
to make one of his usual large
scores but after scoring 11 was L.
B. W. to Kerr's bowling. S. Thom
as the Clovelly skipper followed
Rollox and was given an ovation
D. Parr, 44-44 88
J. Salter jo, 46-44 90
Lyn Jones, 39-0 79
Louise Jones, 40-40 80
Pearl Trim, 43-40 83
by the players on the fields He
maae n before, being clean bowl bowled
ed bowled by G, Brown.
, Other batsmen who. contribute
4 iL s
to uie score were j. uratnwaiie
1, K. Brathwaite 1, and G. Bourn
2. J. Alleyne last man in was ze zero
ro zero not out. ' t
. Bowling for Womack America
Whiskey, S. Brown took 4 wickets;
for 38 runs. G. Brown. 3 for 39,
H: Kerr 2 for 22 and S. Campbell
V XVI CO.
, In their turn, at bat W. Ai'W.
collected 84 runs for the lossjflf
wickets. , '' v r l
Given 120 minutes to makea
runs the W. A. W. C. C. onenprf-
with Campbell and Kerr to ths'
bowling of S.- Thomas- and J. At-
leyne. The pair played the bowli'
mg careiuiiy ana wim runs com
ing at a steady pace the 50 part-
nership came in 77 minutea. Camp
bell was then 20. Without adairiM
to his score he was bowled out by
C. Mike in attempting a drive.
E., Jordon followed but f H
caught and bowled by C. Mike fo
the dreadful clDher: O. Revrffflds
the. next. batsman and Kerr 6$
me score to ttj Deiore &err .was
caught by R' Flemmings of MtKB'i
howling. E. Wade, shipper ol.Wi
A. W; C. C. came in to bat -and
proceeded, to score at a fast rale
meanwhile", Reynolds showed toHa
footwork and a varitey of strdk'es
in hitting 17 runs before he 'wa
out L. B. W. to S. Thomas's bowl bowling.
ing. bowling. '" '.' rrt'.ii
S. Brown joined his skipper Wilf
was" bowled by S. Thomas for 4
run at exaetlv 8 oim;: the W1'
agreed on for drawing of stumps"
Bowling for Clovelly c. c.1DCit
Mike took 2 wickets for' 22 run.
S. Thomss 2 for 21, J. Brathwaite
for 5, J. Alleyne 0 for 23 'xamft.
G. Bourne 0 fop 9.
Bright, F. 'rf J 0
Brown 8s 2 l
Ness lb ....
. . .......
SUMMARY Two base hits;
Pearson.. Walks off: .Martm 2.
Walks off: McGOwin 2. Strike
outs by: Martin 3. Strikeouts by:
McGowin 9. Left on base; Ma Macaws
caws Macaws 5. Perlcos 8. Earned runs:
Macaws 2. Pericos 2. Umpire: W,
Williams. Time of game: 1:20.
the balloting' by Elgin Baylor of
Seattle with 32 votes, Lennie
Rosenbluth of North Carolina with
27. Hot Rod Hundley of West Vir
ginia with 24, and Gary Thomp
son of Indiana with 15.
Chet Forte Is
And the crowd reared sod
Up came Jack Kapst aal his eyes
were dark. -"' ....,
Vowing to send the ball clear scr
of the Bsrk.
With his btt oa his shoulder, he
ever moved. -"
As Cary reared tick and the pitch
no greovea. 1
With a count of sow asd one; the
air was tense.
Jack steroed out and looked to
the right field fence.
The Bext pitch be blasted high in
AnI it sorely looked as if the score
NEW YORK. UPWCoTiimW.'i
Chet (The Jet) Forte, a little man
who plays basketball in a big way.
turned back the clock today by
outspeeding the gangling giants of
tho college game to the 1957 Unit-I
ed Press 1'Player of the Year"
The 5-foot -9 pre-mediral student
aa 'sound fundamentally but in
even better scorer thin u gelid
little men who dominated the
early years of basketbalL aiitiMl
the honor by a clear margin ia a
nationwide poll of 281 soortswrit.
eri ana oroaoeasiers.
. Forte received 43 votes 1b miA.
ty-scattered balloting to win over
wui im stut) Chamberlain, "bri!.
nam sevea-ioot unrvmtty of Xan-
is sopoomore. ,wne lad 51 votes.
Six-five Grady Wallace of South
warouna. ui nauonai inmrn
icaacr, was mira WHB i votes.
The selectioa of Forte. Ir
League scorinc chamoioa. tb
at u eon of a surprising cam
paign ia which he fought right
dowa to the wire with four phyii-
ta( cat giants for toe aatwaal scor-
inz cnampionsnm. h finuhMi
with aa average of 28 93 points
per lime and1 awaited the results
of other scoring contenders in
post-season toorainients to learn
his final standing. i
It also followed hLi lMKnn fa
m unnea Fress .Au-Ameriea
toaia aloag with four players from
ctcb 10 i mcnes uuer thaa he.
Oa the court ForU'a
Is a jomp shot off "the wrong
foot," a maoeorer that confuses
rivals: He also features roeed.
piaymaklng, and a two handed;
long shot that keeps defenders!
from backing sip to guard against
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furnishad chalet at Campo Ala Alagra,
gra, Alagra, $65.00. Samual Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Complataly furn furnishad,
ishad, furnishad, thraa badroom's housa
all convonianeas. Garaga. 168
Resarva NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Baach. Shrapnel's furnishad
houses. Phone Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Ocaanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
baach housa. Ona mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
Kobbe Prt Library
The Fort Kobbe post library Is
sponsoring a "Carnival Photo Con Contest"
test" Contest" open to all military and civi civilian
lian civilian personnel of Fort Kobbe.
Any photograph taken of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Carnival Festival may be en entered
tered entered in this contest. All entries
will be on display in the Fort
Kobbe post library and will be
Judged in two classes: the New
tecruit Brownie Experts" and the
"Five Star Shutterbugs."
Lt. Col. Leslie C. Wood, acting
chief, Special Service, U. S. Army
Caribbean, and Rene Wolf, a pro professional
fessional professional photographer from Pana Panama
ma Panama City, will be the judges.
- Prizes will be' awarded on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in
the library. After he awards are
make, a phote. clinic will be held
and Wood and Wolf will answer
all questions on how to- take and
.make better pictures, and also
ow to prepare for the coming
Jnter-service photography contest.
on your Sewing; Machine
ANY MAKE OR MODEL
Get this 16-poiht check now!
Adjustment of motor
Check of stitch regulator
Check of bobbin winder
New rubber ring
Removal of dust and grit
Adjustment of feeder
ALL SPARE PARTS
4th of July Ave.
in ALL TYPES of FURNITURE!
You can't afford to miss this opportunity
CASH or CREDIT
National Are. No. 41 Tela. 3-4911 3-7348
"iu of jjoua dteruriA"...
. 12" COLUMBIA record 98
tcith each 3.98 record you buy. .
Q jNOW 2 STORES! (j
ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modern furnishad apartments, I,
2 badrooms, hot, cold witar.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modtrn apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, 6 closots, 2 badrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garaga. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phona 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Newly furnishad
and unfurnished apartmenst.
10th street No. 8061. Phona
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, two bathrooms, living-dining
room, larga kitchen,
laundry, clothaslina and maid's
room with bath in Campo Ala Alagra.
gra. Alagra. For information call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: 2 room1 apartment
Roche St. apartment No. 14
Near Ancon Post Office. Fur Furniture
niture Furniture in apartmant for 'sale
call Balboa 3392.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom apartment sit situated
uated situated at El Cangrejo: living-dining
room, bathroom, independent
maid's room and bath, garaga
and lovely lawn, near Hotel El
Panama. For information phona
FOR RENT: Larga apartment
living room, porch, 2 badroom
garaga, kitchen, with m a i d's
room, 2 bathrooms. Call Pana
ml 3-3338. f'"
FOR RENT: Apartments. Ona
furnished: living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, pantry,
garaga and beautiful terrace.
One unfurnishad: living room,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, porch. Indepen Independent.
dent. Independent. Via Porra No. 64, on the
right. Telephone 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment includying light and gas.
Suitable for 2 couples. North A A-merican
merican A-merican neighbors. $50.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0471, 1
FOR RENT: FURNISH DEC DECORATORS
ORATORS DECORATORS DREAM APART APARTMENTS.
MENTS. APARTMENTS. Fully equipped kit kitchens,
chens, kitchens, hot water, daily maid
Mrvice. Edificio Campo Alagra
corner of Via Espana and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Ycaza. For informa information
tion information Miss Arango same build
' fhg at Arte y Decocacisa sfore
FOR RENT.- Furnished mod mod-ern
ern mod-ern apartment: one bedroom,
living dining, hot water; Inde Independent,
pendent, Independent, quiet, in El Cangrejo.
Please apply Foto El Halcon on
side street facing Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Tal. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
UNDER COVER Ken Poole,
London, England, detective,
packs about $10,000 in bank
notes into the pockeU of a
special vest designed to frus frustrate,
trate, frustrate, payroll snatching bandits.
The vest features outsized
pockets which enable a man to
carry large amounts of cur currency
rency currency with no tell-tale bulge.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3
daiuiu At, in -v Bircw 9 jmmillflun n vi rfuij air. d. W J.rri
farimacia LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-DEB-J1S 59 Street No. 53 FABMACIA
tne sella Vista xueatre.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
2-door, two tone. Phone Navy
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
regal one owner low mileage.
Good condition, $650.00. phone
FOR SALE: Ford, Pick-up,
1-2 Ton, 1951. Albrrfok Field
Phone 86-7163, 0730 to 3:30 p.
m. Mr. J. Caddell.
FOR SALE: Late 1954 Olds.
88, 4-door, radio, 2 speakers,
Heater-DeFroster, Stand shift.
$1,250.00. 764-D, Barnaby St. 2 2-2761.
2761. 2-2761. FOR SALE: Beautiful gold
and white 1955 Belair hardtop
low mileage "like new" condi condition,
tion, condition, $1,675. Can finance in
Zone 572-C Curundu Hgte, 83 83-6230
6230 83-6230 evenings.
FOR SALE: Panel truck 1948
recently painted. Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition, tires good, good,-new
new good,-new batteries, $350.00. Phone
Panama, 3-6993, Acesorioi
FOR SALE: Hudson coupe
1951 good condition throughout.
-Try.it before you buy it. $375.00.
Satisfactory transportation. Ph
Balboa 2870 or 4169 Dade.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
V-8 4 door Sedan. Two tone,
blue, powerglide, radio, W-W
tires. Phone Balboa 1389.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford-Country
Sedan, 16,000 Miles. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Phone Balboa 2 2-3088.
3088. 2-3088. FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
4four door Sedan, six cylinder,
straight shift. $325.00. Phone 2 2-3651,
3651, 2-3651, 0420 B Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1948 4-cylinder
Oldsmobile Sedan. Excellent
motor, tires, battery, upholste upholstery
ry upholstery $170.00. Tel. 3-5279.
FOR SALE: 1954 Belair four
door Chevrolet, 2 tone turquoise
and ivory, radio heater, new
white walls, turn signals, back backup
up backup lights, easy eye glas, stand standard
ard standard transmission, big wheel
discs, deluxe chroma door and
fender trim, 2,700 miles, ona
owner, $1,300.00. 9 pc. Rattan
set $175.00. Complete set patio
furniture $20.00. Beys 26 in,
English Bike $20.00, girls 20 in.
Schwinn bike $25.00, 2 chest of
Drawers $20.00. Phone Albrook
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth S.
Wagon, 6 passenger, 2 door,
fully equipped. $1,000,00. 2010
first St. Curundu. Tel. 83-5273.
Leaving for States. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile
bargain very good condition
Call 826-L. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
4 dr. seden; new paint job, bat battery,
tery, battery, and tires in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Selling for owner in U.
S. Duty peid price $675.00. Tel.
Learning, mus sell 1949 Buick
Tudor. Super with Dyna flow.
Make offer telephone Albreok
4116. 1 '
FOR SALE: Six hectares
good land, paved road Nueve'
Arraijan. Need Sewing Ma Machine
chine Machine new. Tuther Apart. 2 27 27-24,
24, 27-24, Ave. Cuba, Panama City,
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0532
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
fackera Skispete Mevae Mevae-Pheooe2
Pheooe2 Mevae-Pheooe2 -245 1 2 -2542
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding ft Jaatping Claeses daisy
8 te 5 p.aa. Pbeae 2-2451
e av appolatiaeat.
CHODREN & GENERAL,
Dr. Jt. ElsenmaM
Dr. C C Fabrera
f t Dertal-Mca'ieeJ rIyIMe
TlroU 4 W imT) Arm. UAM
(Milt Aaemi atam iayi
TeL S-seit Faaaaaa
- "Vtttat YMT flfwr) f'jJit
atctrrr eucajMB, tnmmn
IS At. tmwM
s SAN BLAS
March 31 JI 7-50 uch
". FTDANQTJE TRAVEL.
V St. 7-17 TeL MM1
AGENT Oil OVtL OPnCES AT Ij-ST
Lottery Plata CASA ZALDO Central
e huuseholu iauianuim. la
LA. EL BATURRO Parqna Lefevio
1 i i ii
FOR SALE: Puppies, 8 weeks. :
English Bulldog and Bexar 1
Cross. Qtrs. "U." Ft. Ame-!
dor; Navy .2380.; :
FOR SALE: Aquariums, pumpa
lights, tubing, etc.; Enough e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment for 15 tanks, Janks
from 1 gallon 20 gallons.' Qtrs.
"E" Ft. Amador, Navy 2380.
1 violin. Brand
Call 2-0740, Sra....
FOR SALE: 50 per cent' dis discount
count discount on LP classical anef po popular
pular popular records. A G E N C I AS
DIAZ, 37th afreet No. e-A.
FOR SALE: Singer. sawing
machine, almost new;' $60.00.
Must leave Isthmus. Telephone
2-2594 from 8,00 a.m., te 6:00
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
NOTICE;. LUM have removed
to No. 40 Notional Ave. ''Auto ''Automobile
mobile ''Automobile Row" lots e fparking
space. Tel. 3-6734 Panama.
Ladies only I Living in the tro tropics
pics tropics doesn't, excuse your un unkempt
kempt unkempt appearance. Yeu
wouldn't dare ge about in the
States so poorly groomed. For
your own morale; for him; far
Easter better snatch aemo la la-mour.
mour. la-mour. Genelt's Beauty, Shop.
Cocoli Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
new in dinner jackets is
"The Ambassador," which fea features
tures features only one lapel. Designed
by John Barbieri; Buffalo. N.Y.,
tailor, the Jacket is black sUk,
th lapel maroon silk.
PASADENA, Calif.' March 15
(UP Louis S, Kurze complain complained
ed complained to the telephone Company a a-bout
bout a-bout the constant ringing of an un
seen phone outside his window.
A lineman climbed a pole out outside
side outside Kurze'S window and found a
woodpecker inside a transformer
dox ousuy tapping on the metal,
Tons Of Money
MILWAUKEE, .'Wis. Msrcn 14 14-(UP)
(UP) 14-(UP) Axle Pavich.- a collector
for a vending machine, company,
told police today omeone stole
$2000 in quarters he had collected.
The loot apparently was too heavy
for the thieves because they, also
took Pavich's -truck.
The super-automatic -simple,
practical, push push-button
button push-button sewing machine.
The only machina th&t
does buttonholts ;
turnini; tha fAbrlc
A sUndard NECCHI eaai ae
had for $145.ee with a awn
payneat and Installments- ef
kacMe the Laatary SMa. . i
' Brlla VMa aVeiwa -'
Aramcaa aa --
4SaTWW sMf M 9
-.L inn ii 1 1 ii MMIW.Mvl
TKEETK FAWAMA UBKKRIA PRECUDO-T let N.' tj ACENCIAS
Ave S L0URDES PHARMACY 1S2 La CaRuauilla a PARMACIA LOM-
abaiivnwaTi, nw. t t MnAU
Ossa Ave.Mo. 41 POTO DOMY Juste
I Street, e) PARMACIA "I AS" Via Pemaa 111 MOVEQAOES ATHI8 eiae
i r 'ii'i i ii' i ptfat i. i in l
iji $2.50 far ieal TV aeryleo calls,
UNTIL Maah 15 to acquaint.
yeu with eur service.1 SAME
DAY service if yeu call befera
7 p.m. Our work Is uncendi-
tienally guaranteed. Open f a.m.
t. to 10 p.m. dally. Phone 2-4614,
,L.S. TeleVisiM (all aarvi c
:c.e.d.). -. ? j ; iT-' r: ; 'i
The best '.dinner and drinks
era served in aur medern atr atr-conditioned
conditioned atr-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel InWnacional "Pla-;
aa S da Maya. ' !''
Exciting Cage Goritesfs
NEW YORK (UP) From Dal-
las to, Coryallis; ,ihe. round ball Metropolitan area, about for their
bouncers are in a )6uxoament tiz- 3 lth straight victory, in- an unde unde-zy
zy unde-zy this weekend- with frenzied 'ac- l;ated season. Everv same sets
tion jni both the VNCAA and. NIT
and in this cornerthe results
a.iape up tms.nray:
5MU over Kansas:.' You've goti
to have rocks in your head to pick
agamst the fabled Wilt-the-Stllt
t:hamberlain But the Mustangs
re "jJiaywg s in v ineiri' own oacK
yard in tonight's special of the NC-
aa regionais and Jim. Xrebs could
spell to difference. ? j
.;Th remainder. :tmr NCAA
schedule, abapes -up. this wajf:
"v:.- ..-lemflitr v."
- North-.Carolini over iCanisius:
Tar Heeled and feathered.'
Syracuse Over Lafavett'; Pohn
eonen, gone. -.
Kentucky -over Pittsburgh?. .Rupp
&t ready ; r
Dame- over Michlgaii
Redeeming those nattered
... V 4
e Oklahoma "WtYj
Too Bttle,: too late.'
San Francisco over Idaho State:
California over BrighamYoung:!
on Jewell's coaching.
i Saturday Night 5
North Caroliaa- over Svraeusti
This is the game of the night as
tne xannee lar neeis, i-witn a
Red Sox Pilot
Gold Mine On
SARASOTA- Fla., (UPVMana
ger Mike Higgins today pictured
One hundred passenger, most
of them tourlsta; are'nue-o.-U
from Near Vork tnrfev tor rirla
trvKai 1 akAMwJ the feaa w tivtea llMaa
CrUtopal. Thirty-two passengers
ar,due jSSvA' Port,
1 lie complete svuvauice a-
senger list tor Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford O. Ad-
ams; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Armltage; Mr., and Mrs. Hoyt E.
Battey; Dr. Walter E. BeanMr.
Beatrice Y. Bellinger; Miss
nrlt Rniimietv-Mii Madeleine
Bouquet; Mr. and Mra. Vernal
R. "Brown; Mrs. Nell C. Brown;
Mr. and Mrs. Perry W. Brown-
tag: Mr; and Mrs-J. Buckley
Bryan; Michael J. Bryan; ;
Miss Catherine Casey; .miss
Victoria cech; .-W.il 11am B.I
Chuch..Mr: and mm. h. w.
Cooper; Miss ..VW Cm; v. Mr.
and Mrs. Earle a Day; Misslu-
genie DlttmanVMar Drechsler;
Miss Dorothy, Egbert; Misa Rita
Agoen; Mr. ana mt. kodcii i-1 i
more and S chfldren; Mr. and I Higgins refused to go aloiu
Mrs. Dean, Emeraon; and Mra. kith those who feel the Yankees!
Agnes Endretv Iwith 'tht- addition of Ditmar and
Mra'and Mrs. Philip Feldman; Bobby Shants, obtained in the
Misa Edith O. .'Frederick ; Henry same -deaf are a cinch for the
C; Freeman: Mr. and Mrs. Rob- pmriant.
ert Frtti7' Mr; and Mra. John TC ' ' ( :
Oraves: CoL.and Mrs. Arthur' "They can be had and tw-
O. Hamilton;' Mrs. Walter Ham
leu, mi oiti www nuarnu,
Mr and Mrs.-Woodburr How-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jaqulth:
VTra 1iftlnt TTan- Vr 'inS
... - . fvvauu 10 ukc ex
Mrs. Alphonse Knoedler? "Mr. a L We only have to live cm to
and Mrs. Charles "W. Krief; Mr. iat poUntiai"
and Mrs. Hermart tery; Mrs." x '!
Mary a.' Lockett; 'Misa Iole Mc- Higgins predicted a closer race
Gibbons: Mr. and Mix. K. J-l a last "year for the America
MacKenale; Mrs. Kstelle Mae-
nak; Miss Marie Lenlse Man-
moa; tmaiey Mtran;. Mr. ana
Mra. jonn a. uanucai: miss kc
gina H. Metcaife: and Mr, and
Mrs. Lewis U MUlet,
Miss Nora E. Paredes: LTovd
W. Peterson; Mrs. Jennie A. For For-ter;
ter; For-ter; Mr. and Mrs. David R spa spa-port;
port; spa-port; Mr. and Mrs- Stephen
Reld; Mrs.' Steward Raid: Mr.
and Mrs. Adolf Rledel; Mr. and
Mrs. James Rogers; -.
Manuel Sftlen; Mr. and "Mrs.
Edward SheeBan; Mr. and Mrs.
A, E. 8ierad; Mrs. Georgia
Bnuui: asiss fieanor Bmiu; Mr.
and Mra. Walter E. Spahr: WU-
Mam P. Tanner: Mrs. Eleanor f
Turner; MlM Alice Clmer; MT. aj ttrt apeniag-day tickH de de-Robert
Robert de-Robert J. Walker: r.nd Mr. and f a-jds. Miraakee Coantr Stadi-
Mra. Carlston C. Young
Araunu Ave. antl t it. PARMACIA
.UWUSH-iaS Central Ave-
!;Laam. Spaniah with Mrs. Re.
j mere'a Cenvarsatienal System
beginners, and advanced pupils.'
i Lessens : mornings, afternoon
. and evenings. 4th of July Ave-1
'nwa.T, l-352,.Jn fronf.ef Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Helht. ,,'.'.V-'"-.-v.i,A'1'
LeisehS Ladies rhythmic exer.
jC.ia( guitar,. ballet, Spanish
.' dance. Mr. Donaldson Phene
.Guiick A8. i, ,di :
Learn popular ar classical pia-,
. no playing quickly, 20 years ex-t
Iparienee, Bennett, 3-4818, Paaa-
nd Should 'Provide
t irtins five from the New York
tiugher, ar they, try. to protect that
winnina streak but thev have the
,gun to peel tne Orange
Notre-vDa.ine over. ; Kentucky:
This is a tough one with the. winn-
earning the unenviable right to
Meet' North Clrolina in the March!'
a semi-iinais ai Kansas xuy. con
solatioo;-. If a nice trip.
i Southern 'Methodist over St.
iLouis: Thi Billikins ar steady
But if SMU.'gets past Kansas the
inpetus should, carry 'them on to
junsas vcity;j .;.
i -California1 "over Sin Francisco:
':fS!tni oMy'staiti'v'Mni rtaolutely
ftf'jd -rtain tn. hava -a tcim at
titty's home, town.
I Utah ever Memphis State: The
ifJtes hive th class to win-a con-
tist yotfU M.able to witness on
iXavier ol-;Cincinnati over Seton
Wall: Thli ia lh. Wrr" nf th
tjurnamem and could, pick up all
tie marble -even against idle top-
seeded seatue and Bradley.
Daytbh over S7Peteis: Peren
t ial runnerup which is a cinch to
'go jtist about that far.
v Cinoinnitl. ovr.iSt Bnnaavn-
tire: Even without the pitching.
Says Club Is
lisBost6n Red Sox as a "cold
1. the" tot all major league clubs
11 tne trading market, but com
plained that .."there simply are no
I "We tried hard during the win winter,
ter, winter, to make deals," he disclosed,
.'but it was the same old storyi-
i le ower ciuds ofiered second
.ringers for our front-liners.
Viigf J.a 0 n!me.v.?y
d. f Pyf. thinks
.M1ht be, ttracUve to prospecUve
Higgins refused to
I traders on the grounds that "to
n ut thj
J?. & "Z.&J
-Ana ait tus?r iS;'ra,:
jtit. i.:. a T- mt ,7
J ?n l.'Tv but A hve
' 'lub c,ouM u
ith.?" ?lub hve
Mc-.l"iCZl w "fh -"-J; .,"?u";
V f .wv th other l"hs should
J f.1 t00' ut so far the,
Jot Cr0Bjni th. ',
w -&V fh?nu
"triedS terto make
"wt mH.. v.imm
ittm w om of 'the hurter.
t .." world chamlio? Ywkeeare
nUireo ?n a Kyer dell wifli
iln cityB JfP',Jner "f1
uite a' feW clubs in this team
riuui cvuia-go.-au ibjc way u thev
1 A off to a aood mrt n..-.(
em is the Red Sox. I
"U'e- could surori ih.m .n I
ft' kava k m..-.:. i .1 J 'i
4 "'Ne club is (sing te ma away
am uie iram sum ciuds as De-
aid Jiirie frem such clubs as De-'aj
t ok CMvaland, Chicago and Boa- I
-. be prophesied, "aot s evea I
For Opening Day.
If ILWAtEE' UP-Tae Mil-
waukee Braves, wiajor league at-
rsoiw leaders Uie pest tw sea
a. figure they would need i
adium seatiae 71.008 wrm) to
u seats 'arawnd M.eot.
WANTED: Watchman tor;
lumber yard, preferably ax
k Canal Zona employe. M u a h
v have ; references.,; Transithmian v
, Highway, eld read Coroial. :
FOR SALE: Wrought Iron
' living room furniture, light up.
helstery. Three piece sectional,
:. arm chair, corner table, coffee
table, twe end tables, two TV.
J chairs and room divider. All In
- '. very geed. condition. Call 84 84-'
' 84-' 4147. Quarters 43-A Fart Rob Rob-he.
he. Rob-he. .
FOR SALE: Plane with bench
medium upright. G a d for
-. learning.' Price $100.00. Tele-
FOR SALE: Harley. David Davidson
son Davidson Meter Cycle with side car.
Excellent cenditlen, Coed tires.'
$200.00. cash. Ave. Ecuador No.
II. r- f
I. tss&x-y-y I
v-; ,: r;,,. -'t.L.''"' ' m
'56 FORD . . .Tudor .$2,375
'52 CHEVROLET. Tudor .. 650
'50 MERCURY Tudor
'50 PLVMOUTH Tudor
on Auto Row
'r PANAMA v COLON
C I VV : .V 3-7010 C:,44 I
. WANTED: Experienced sales,
man-sale direct to offices and:
. homes must bring references.,:
" Apply 2 to 3 p.m.. Tropicana,
' 4th of July Ave.
- WANTED:' Cook housekeeper
- to live in. References required.
Apply Hutchings Schmitt Las
4 Cumbrer, 4th and 5th streets j
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft. Deluxe
Speedliner runabout, .complete
steering, windshield and, acces accessories.
sories. accessories. 25 H. P.. Johnson motor.
' Also Gator trailer; all excellent
' condition 15 ft. Aluminum beat
and 15 H.P. Evinrude, both
practically nawj Accept reason
ably i offer, ABERNATHY, a a-cross
cross a-cross side eTreet Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Telephone 3-6895,
- 1 t . ,
.Fofdor ...... 575
. Fordor . 395
A, If 1
O fklDAY,' MARCH. U, 1957
THE MANAMA AMERICAN AIT INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAPER
TUB STORI OF MARTHA WAIN
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23 Gossip equine
24 Cubic meters Possessive
2R Oolf mounds pronoun
HTVM oi kMt nB,t.. ia varMhsrwiM 43 Fish sauce
H Auricle of Thailand 37 Cosmic prdet 44 Cyprinoid f ish
Wr;,,aT 10 Oriental 39 rowing roreiauier
Nevada 1 welhl weapon 47 Equal
11 Take, into u VetW to 30 Peruse A'.gmente
. custody gin-. 31 Hardens BOMetel '""
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.rmniet nower in Indonesia, now in a state of war
- UKS&TJ& r that could deter deter-S
S deter-S toat IHical faTe of this r.volt-torn and dWided Asian na-
-A?my Chief of Staff Maj. Gen
,' Abdul Haris Nasution, regarded
U one of the most powerful men
in thr nation, presided over the
meeting at army headquarters on on-ly24
ly24 on-ly24 hours after President Sukar-
- no proclaimed a state of war and
"Sukarno will confer with Ihe ar-
- my cemmanders, three of whom
. have revolted against the central
i Government, tonight.
Sukarno .eeepted the res.gna res.gna-tlen
tlen res.gna-tlen of the! Ali Sastroanidoo.
government under pressure of
, AUhoufih the nation was under
" narshal law, women busily shop-
- ped In the markets and 4he com com-'
' com-' mercial life of Djakarta went on as
.Only the black headlines of new
Moer proclaimed the crisis,
rr u-.Hr.uartMs. military
"vtll th power."
Rate Hits Hew High
' Th re-enlistment rate of Canal
; z'0e installations in February
' Cached a new high a s to tal o
, 60 enlisted men of 146 eUgible re re-tote,d
tote,d re-tote,d for additional service in
the U S. Army. t
M rate for February was 411
per lent as compared to 38 5 per
cent for January when a total el
" 54 of, 140 eligible enlisted men re-
eDFius showed the February re re-4
4 re-4 enlistments included a 19.6 per
cent Wgher rate of re-enUstmenU
moiiB the top three enlisted
JTade over Ae first for grades.
Ins February were eight of eigni
Visible who were re-enlisted at
Fort.GuUck; 31 of 57 ellgipie av
Fort Kobbe;' one of one eligible at
" Ouarry Heights and five of nine
i ?i:.v.l. (Tnrt Amsdof.
The top nit ia the r.-enlist-.
mt records for February were
' 546th Transportation Co (Car),
VavL Amador; U.S. Army Garrl-
- son Fort Tulick; and Tank Co.,
SutVlnl Hq. Co! 1st B 20th
inf., Co. B, 20th Inf., U. S. Army
" Jungle Warfare Training Center,
'. and Co I, 20th Inf., all of Fort
Kobbe. .. .
Each of these units re-enlisted
, three of three eligible during the
Gen. Harrold Leaves
Canal Zone Sunday
On Two-Week Visit
lktaj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general, U. S. Army
- ifiihtwsin will leave the Canal
. Zone -Sunday for a two-week visit
to -the U.S. Army hiemeni, joiai
Braxil-U.S. Military Commission;
la! Uruguay; and Argentina.
" ZSlarrold is scheduled to leave
th Canal Zone and fly to George Georgetown
town Georgetown British Guiana, where ht
hi. mHi will remain over-
P"U auo J ...
irigbt. The next morning they will
fly to Rio De Janeiro and remain
there until the 24th. Then he will
; a AnniMMfui- Paraguay, for
-' -three days. The general leaves A-
suncion on March zi tor Momevi-
i eo, Uruguay, .wnere ne wiu re re-.
. re-. i until the 30th. On that day
he and his party will fly to Bue-
1 nos Aires. Argentina.
HrmlH and hit narty are sched
fled to leave Beenos Aires April
1 and fly to Santiago, Chile, for
two days. From Santiago they fly
to Lima, Peru. On April S the
commanding general ana nis par
" tv return to the Canal Zone.
' Accompanying the general will
be Mrs. Harroia; coi. a. a.
Greene, chief of Military Missions;
CoL N. M. Cox, G-l; U. Col. A.C.
Daviet, executive officer, G-Z; U
. CoL X. G. Owens, executive offi
' er, G-3; Col. L. D. Farnsworth,
Jr, G-4; LL Col. J. G. Appel, U.
a. army Caribbean Chemical offi
cer; Col L. F. Wilton, Surgeon,
- u. a. Army cariDDean; in ia. a.
J'LeCroy. aide-de-camp to the
.. commanding general, and M-Sgt
Trank Young, the general's driv
Slaying Of American In Cuba Deliberate,
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Witness Describes Machinequn Assault Of
MIAMI, "karch 15 (UP) Aa,
Americia tourist said today the
bufiet which killed another Amer
Icae In the rebel uprising at Hava.
US Wednesday "was no stray
"I saw the armored car swing
its' machinegun direcUly at ear
forth Ceor hotel room and start
shooting Pete got & is the throat
ia the first hurst," Patrick Fiore
told the Miami Herald.
Herald reporter, John Miller,
tfed with Fiore fust after he
armed here from Cuba.
' One ef his companions ia Cuba,
Peter Koreoda of Cuftoa, N. J
was killed, during the rebel st st-tempt
tempt st-tempt te storm the Presided) aJ
- fiore was injured ia the fracas,
- Top army commanderi wield-
All seven territorial and all
regional commanders were pre present
sent present except Lt. Cel. Ahmad Hu Hu-tain,
tain, Hu-tain, who revolted in December
and established a veterans' coun council
cil council to rule central Sumatra. Hu Hull
ll Hull in beggedi off because of ''ill-
Lt. Col. Barlian, who seized icon
ol of south Sumatra last Satur-
day arrived in Djakarta tnis morn
lng and strode into the meeting
hall. Because he failed to arrive
yesterday it was beiievea ne migni
boycott the military conference.
Also present was Lt. Col. Ventje
c.tmnoi who tore all of eastern In
donesia from theontrol of t n ei
Headqlarters spokesman Lt. Coi
Rudy Pirngadie indicated that the
nrimr was nrenared now to extend
Its influence from .matters purely
military to the political iieia.
L '.,.i i ;kt ..in "m,
ben of the army consider that C
Mhtidans have failed."
politicians nave icu
ws eiivi uj uv'
a I He was whiskec
Boys 3; Girl Zfrts&iSi
1 '-. t om the Teams
oniv five babies were born In
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, according to the regular
hospital report. During that
period there were 60 patients
admitted and 71 discharged.
pgnt.i nf the babies born
during the week were Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar nusDana, oi yio, ,nd had piid him 3(000- A
son; Mr. and Mrs Jean Pierre .reUminar, hearing w,s set for
Astrup, of Margarita, aon; Mr.ft n 28.
and Mrs. Carlos Greene, of Co
lon, son; Mr- ama Mrs. Auaicy
Webster,, of "ainBOW c ij y j la foTm9r congressional com-ijcret Service agent, he would
daughter, and Mr. ana Mrs. counsel who aUegedly set Ike to plant Cheasty on the com com-Ansford
Ansford com-Ansford Rowe. of Rainbow City, th L K h w M rred mittee staff to keep him informed
Libel Suits Filed
Oi 'Peyton Place'
LACONIA. N.H.. March 15 (UP)
Tun lihpi auits totalling iuu.wiiis expose oi unxs oetween xne
were filed in Superior Court today
against Grace Metalious, author of
the earthy best seller "Peyton,
Place and her pumisner, juiian
Messner Inc. of New York. i
Th artinn were brought by
Thomas Makris, principal of the
Gilman'.on, N. H., puouc scnooi,
and his wife.1 Makris sued for
In their complaints, the couple
charged that they had been libel libelled
led libelled in the actions of a main char character
acter character of the novel named "Tomas
Makris". They pointed out that
like the real Makris, the fictional
one also was of Greek descent
and was a public school principal
in a small New Hampshire town.
The complaints listed 28 placet
in the best seller where "Makris"
Makris said his name in the
book was used "wrongfully, mal maliciously,
iciously, maliciously, intentionally to destroy
the good name of the plaintiff.
"Peyton Place" has been a best
seller since it was published last
fall. Mrs. Metalious, mother of
three young children who has sep separated
arated separated from her school teacher
husband, went to Hollywood dur during
ing during the winter when the novel
was sold to a motion picture com company.
pany. company. The suits have been scheduled
for the May term of .court here.
Start On tostal
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UP)
The House Post Office Commit
tee announced today that it will
start hearings next Tuesday on
the administration bill to raise
postage rates 462 million dollars
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield will be the first wit-!
which was also seen by a third
American, Edward Buttt of Gar-
' field, N. J.
Fiere said tie and hit friend
had been held, tjuestieted end
threatened by Cuban net ice
inc Kerentla's deatti. Officors
fcee repeating tha "affielai" er
ttM f the tnttdant end w
tHam t repeet at evelicty
The Cuban government said Ke-
renda was hit hy a stray bullet
while watching the fighting from
the balcony ef his fifth floor hotel
'It wss ne stray bullet Fiore
told the Herald- "I saw the tank
coat late the intenectio ef the
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
Teamster leader James R.
Hoffa, veteran of many a battle
on the labor fronts vowed today.
he would fight federal Drmery
charges against him "until l am
."I am net guilty ef any wreng
rioinif ani will so Dleaa in COUn.
the stocky union vice president
asserted a few hours after he.was
eleased ir. $15,000 bail.
unff.'. .nrt int la.t nlaht on
Ko,r.. ,t hrihinv hi wav into
the ,ecret files 0f the Seriate Larlment which asserted that this was
Rackets Investigating Contr! not the firat instance when a la-
mittee rocked the mighty Team
Tpri mnn nr wn rn jne im liic
rown printe. ' ;(
The case, which added, another
fter dark drama to the files' of
he FBI, took on even more the
f the tr,r llid &r n
incai iiayonng iouy as ueians
im were un-
Had Secret Contact
Hoffa was accused of hiring
ohn Cv Cheastv. a New York
ttornev who had a secret contac i
tlth the FBI, to get a job as a
committee investigator and
him with inside information
n its inquiry, into Teamster
vities. weexs nence. r
FBI agents, nabbed the five Williams said he thinks the gov-oot-fivt
labor leader in a swank ernment will get a grand jury in-
Irtel shortly before midnight.
He was whisked off for arraign-
court building not farai
Teamsters plush new
eadquarters building which was
blaze with lights.
In this scene, illuminated with
hotographers' floodlights. and
jmplete with a bail bondsman
assing out cards to spectators,
loffa. was formally booked.
Paid Him 3,000
H aileoedlv offered Cheastv IIou" Crime InvestigaUng asud asud-Me
Me asud-Me auegeaiy ouerea cneasty itt .K ..r-i-i-.i
18,000 to filch committee docu-
The FBI also arrested Hyman
J Fischback of Coral Gables,
I obrescu. Hoffa's secretary in
Detroit, a.i a material' witness,!
aid took Cheasty into protective mittee which called in. FBI Dn ec ec-cjstody.
cjstody. ec-cjstody. ,tor' J. Edgar Hoover. It then was
As the. Senate rackets hearing arranged for Cheasty to act as a
resumed today, committee Chair I 'double agent" and he was hired
nan jonn l,. Mccieuan (u-atk;
d sclosed some of the cloak-and-
dagger details leading1 up to
He said r the committee expects
jo encounter "other obstacles" to
Teamsters and vice operations
i id was prepared to "accept such
a challenge and deal with them
I That Hoffa should be suddenly
thrust to the forefront in the in
ruiry was unexpeciea. ine near
iigs thus far have dealt with al-
Indicted DA Hears Tape Recordings
Then Refuses To Answer Questions
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
An indicted district attorney' re
fused to answer questions before
the Senate Rackets Committee to
day and then listened to tape re
cordings allegedly .linking him
The committee played the tapes
after District Attorney William
M. Langley of Multnomah County,
Ore., invoked the 'Fifth Amend-
ment when asked whether he had
taken payoffs from gambling
joints in Portland.
After hearing the recordings,
Langley refused to confirm or de deny
ny deny that one of the voices was his
A voice identified by another
witness as Langley's was heard
telling two gamblers that some something
thing something would "have te fee cut up. a
lot of ways." Later, the same
voice said "Tell him I want tny
eighty-five hundred when you talk
te him some more."
As played ver a loud Speaker
in the bearing room, the record recordings
ings recordings were something less that
high fidelity. The conversations
were jumbled with scratchy
sounds whicn onea rendered vnem
The c m m i t te e brought w
James B. Elkins, a racketeer who
Prado about a half a block away
wmg its sua around toward our
room and fire. About 200 bullets
came into the room, right through
"It happened like this," he said.
"I was down the hall sad whee
the shooting started I mot ad up to
the eeraer room yoe know, the
one yen pay more money, for. We
had a good view of the fight. -.
We saw tas these Cuban
kids get kilted. Twe af t h e m
cam ewt inta tha Been
Weft, i was standing a gain
one wall. Butts was siainst the
Jeged connections between West
Coast teamster -oniciais ana rac racketeers,
keteers, racketeers, Hoffa Is head of the Mid Midwest
west Midwest segment of the giant, 1.4
million member union.
Regarded, as the toughest Team
ster of them all, Hoffa is consid
ered ar second in command be-
uiu uuwu riesiucui iiy' dcm
and heir apparent to the top lead:
An indication of his personality
could be found in the statement he
issued after his arrest a state-
bor leader has been unjustly, ac-
vuovu. .... . -j
"J nave been in, the labor move-
went all my-life and have had to
pgnt laoor s oaiues on me picxe
lljnei '-and iA the courts against the
". viu w um uumu,
Wouldn't Answer Questions
Hoffa declined to answer ques
tions from reporters, saying he
oid not want "to try my case or
present my aeiensc in uie news
paperi.His attorney, Edward
sup-jBennettilliams, protested action
ty U.S. Commissioner James
ac-;JpiB' m setting the1 bearings wo
dictment before hat time and
inus aeprive mm or a cnance
l) questior wunesses before a tri-
The .background for the arrest.
s pieeed toget' from, state
ments by the F McClellan and
others made an intriguing tale.
The matter was kept so secret
that other members of the com-
'mittee did not know what, was go-
According to the- committee,
Fischback, former counsel of a
ZZtZ2 -I- ZZTTZ-ZZ
Tried Te Plant Chaasty
The FBI said Hoffa told Cheat
f its activities,
Cheasty'1 tipped off the eom-
as an mvesugaior.
During the next few weeks, ac
cording to committee counsel Ro Robert
bert Robert F. Kennedy, Cheasty was
supplied with selected documents
which he" passed along to Hoffa.
ji uie mtervai noes paia uneasty
$3,000 of the promised $18,000, it
I The FBI said Hoffa had some
ox uie aocumems on nun wnen ne
The maximum penalty under
the federal, bribery statute, is
iiree umes me amount, ot me
bribe and three years in jail.
bad the tapes made; to serve as
moderator. He identified the voic
es emerging from the speaker.
no committee also supplied a
printed transcript of the record
ings, - w.
Elkins has testified that he con conspired
spired conspired with Langley, Teamster
Union officials and Seattle, Wash-
racketeers to control vice and
gambling in Portland. He later!
fell out with his cohorts and
spilled his story 4o the committee.
When Langley went to the wit witness
ness witness chair he explained that he
was under indictment for malfea malfeasance
sance malfeasance and other charges. He then
cited constitutional protection
against self incrimination to a
long series of questions.'
.. Refused Te Answer
The district attorney declined
among other things to say wheth
er he knew Elkins or Seattle
gamblers Thomas E. Maloney and
Joseph P. McLaughlin. The other
voices en the tapes were repre represented
sented represented as those, of Maloney and
Langley declined to say whether
be bad taken payoffs from gambl
ing joints and nouses of prostitu prostitution
tion prostitution operated by Maloney and
McLaughlin Neither would he
say whether lie had kept his oath
fto uphold the laws -of Multnomah
Havana t Hotel
the window because things were Foard. The groups keep President
bte window because things were Eisenhower and the Air Force
getting hot abreast of air research.
"Pete said: We better get out The general, who led the first
of here, I think they're going te American bomber strike against
start shooting up here He ae Japan in World War H, told a
sooner said n, and they started fir- House Appropriations subcommlt subcommlt-leg.
leg. subcommlt-leg. tee est Feb. la. that the Russians
"I had e elate in ana hand ."are making faster strides that
end It was Hn like meries ew are in developing their' air
it amathad end e steSet graa- arm.
ed mi eheatu : 'l fhii Out wetpons are still
i better thai theirs," he said.- "but
Pete felt. Butts went dowa a,
t the tleor and crawled evt the
deer. I had te crawl eef P e
aad I went into the hill ht didnt
coma. I west bark aad he waeiversion of the B51 bomber quicker
. bleeding ia the threat. He was.thas the United States did. "That
"Let the people
Of Budget Cul
Denied by Democra Is
WASHINGTON, March .15 (UP)
inc administration ciaimea to-
day" to have made the first of
a series of cuts in President Eisen-
hower's record peacetime budget)
for the 12 months starting July l.
A Democratic congressional ex-
pert promptly challenged thewith radioactive paint and -then
claim, however, saying ine cut an-
...... -..J nirtkt k,r' kiuieind
ministrator Albert M.. Cole woul I
not affect the budget at all.
Cole said he was trimming $200
million off his earlier request for
$675 million in new lending, ana
grant authority lor nousing pro
grams for the 'aged ana minority
groups. and for colleges and for
Reo. Albert Thomas (D-Tex ),
chairman of a House Appropria
tions Subcommittee handling hous housing
ing housing funds, said hte cutback as an announced
nounced announced by Cole would not in his
oniniob affect the President's $7l
S billion budget for fiscal 1958,
which the appropriations commit
tee was considering urasj. t j
. Thomas. said the cut Was in re requested
quested requested lending and grant author authority
ity authority to be used, as needed, in lat
er years. j,,.,;-
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Twining To Succeed
Radford As Defense
WASHINGTON (UP) Gen.
Nathan F. Twining. chief of staff
oi the Air r orce, nas Deen taggea
to suceeed Adm. Arthur W. Kao-
ford as chairman of the JQint
Chiefs of Staff next summer, sour
ces said today. :
Twlnine. 59. will be the first Air
Force officer to hold the post of
chief military adviser to the Pres President
ident President and secretary of defense,
according to oresent plans.
His appointment as the Ration's
hiehest ranking military man will
clear the way for. a broad scale
shift of top Jobs within tne Air
Force,. The new air chief of staff
has not been selected, according
to reports, but Gen. Thomas D.
White, vice chief of staff, Was be believed
lieved believed to be running ahead of
Radford's second term as chair chairman
man chairman expires next Aug. Some
hish-rankina : civilian officials at
tha Pentagon were reported to
have advocated that he be reap
pointed. But Defense Secretary
Charles wuson was saio
te .have turned down that proposi
tion, which would have required
air act of 'Congress since under
present law, the post can be held
for only two terms.
Meanwhile, Wilsonhinted that
he may stay on as secretary long longer
er longer than some quarters have pre predicted.
dicted. predicted. He announced that his
fifth annual conference of civilian
and military defense leaders will
be held at Quantico, Va June IS ISIS.
IS. ISIS. It was speculated that Wilson
will stay at the Pentagon through
the summer and possibly untiltbe
the summer and possibly untu tne
end of this year.
Russia Catching US
WASHINGTON. March 15 (UP)
Lt. Gen. James H- Doolittle has
advised Congress that Russia it
vanUl rtlrhint no With the Unit-
mA &tatM in tha airnower race.
Doourue sot u chairman ot uie
&h r r Scientific Advisory
there is certainly s room for
Ha said the Soviets hsd develop
ed e more powerful engine for its
we cannot laugh off," be addea.
know the truth and the'
PANAMA, R. P.FEIDAT, MARCH 15; 1957
Atomic Age Solves
Problem Of Needle
Vim YORK, karcn 15 CUP)
Teehnicians of t h e American
Standards .' Testing Bureau today
saivea tne problem of finding a
needle in a haystack in the atomic
As a part of a test of industrial
coatings, 1 they coated the needle
ocatea it with a geigef counter.
. I M.1 . 1
South Wins Victory
In Checking Probe
Of Racial Pressures
WASHINGTON, March 15 (UP)
The South won victory in the
House Judiciary Committee today
when it voted to strip a prrposed
bi-partisan Civil Bights Commis Commission
sion Commission of authority to investigate
"unwarranted ;; economic pres pressures"
sures" pressures" because of race ; or 'color.
President Eisenhosver's. bill in in-cludes'this
cludes'this in-cludes'this authority which had
been approved by a Judiciary sub
committee. The full committee
struck it out. i
As approved the allegations that
citizens were denied the right to
vote because of color, race, reli religion
gion religion or national origin, been
stricken by the subcommittee, was
restored Dut not until after au
monty to investigate economic
pressures had been deleted.
An administration proposal to
point when the comrriittee re
stricted the 4 proposed commis
sion s study, and information-collecting:
authority, to ."legal devel developments''
opments'' developments'' which deny equal pro
tection oi ine laws. -,
An -administjation -proposal to
let tne commission study econom economic
ic economic and social, developments; along
this line also was -stricken'.;
- Rep., Kenneth B. Keating :(Ny),
ranking Republican on the com
mittee, s a 1 d the amendments
"weaken the bill somewhat," ,, ;
ALSOr AT 9 P. M.
JOHN H. HrTMAN.N prramla
"CARNIVAL IN PANAMA
country it safe9 Abraham Lincoln
VIENNA. March 15 'UP) Russians trooba and
tanks stopd by) in Budapest today. to hold down the rVvolt
that' lay within Hungarian- hearts. V
' 'Todaywas the anniversary ofavHungarianrrevolir-r
iipn 109 years ago.' But etphed deeper than history ih. the
hearts of Hungarians was the horror and hate of another
Uprising less than fjvet months ago,! J 'r ?'
The Communist regime of Pre
mier Janos Kadar thundred its au
thority with a massive show of
strength. For days armor and guns
troopers of the Red Army t hat
crushed last -year's October revolt
have stood guard in Budapest, hop
ing to keep the still smoldering
spark of revolt dormant,
Someday that revolutionary spark
mav. burst again into flame' and
anxious Communists -were afraid
the fire might come on this .an .anniversary
niversary .anniversary of Hungary's 1848 upris
ing against Hapsburg oppression. :
But indications were that only
hatred would burn today.4
Leaders of Hungary's freedom
fighters were- distributing leaflets
urging ttill-tlefiant revolutionari revolutionaries
es revolutionaries te "refrain from all action'
day-1 ... . j i .V
But Vilwady late last night
tetrcKSoadsof Soviet soldiers with
maehine guns and heavy tanks. and
fast armored Cars had moved to
control of the Danube bridges, ma major
jor major "street intersections -and public
Land Lease f
Of Heart Attack v
v 5 !'::" ::s:Sr '.'jf.-r. 'iv,,
A land lease farmer -who ap apparently
parently apparently didn't heed the doc doctor's,
tor's, doctor's, advice, i about avoiding
strenuous work,- died yesterday
while cutting a trail with his
machete' On the Chiya Chiva
trail.-- ,-' fT-;V'' '.''''
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The -farmer, 69-year-old Rob Robert
ert Robert S. Bucknall died of a heart
condition, a police report stated.
He had a clinical record at San Santo
to Santo Tomas and had been repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly warned not to perform any
Police found ho signs of vio violence
lence violence on the, body, and an au autopsy
topsy autopsy has been requested.: ,,.
Prices 75, .4
1:30 3:05 3:05-5:05
5:05 3:05-5:05 7:00
9:00 pm. t
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, The freedom 1 fighters "orders'
of the day warned Hungarians "do
not allow yourselves 'to be Provok
ed by Communist agents fa come
out into the open."
rTrucks filled with "workers mi.
Utia" cruised through the Buda Budapest
pest Budapest streets, last nights shouting
Communist slogans in a show of
strength for the Kadar regime, but
it was the .workers- who provided
strength for" the armed revolt last
1 With- heavy concentrations of
Red Army Vriot'.' infantry .guard .guard-irtg
irtg .guard-irtg the city's squares where free freedom'
dom' freedom' fighters fought, Soviet : tanks
last fall, the Kadar regime showed
it was scared that demonstrations
might cqmei i s f
But even if; the Hungarians
only glare their hatred today the
freedom fighters revolution .: an anniversary
niversary anniversary -orders declared:
"Wk shall strike again-." g
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
,1s prepared, by tne Meteor t
gtcal and Hydro g r a p h i e
Branch of the Panama Canal
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