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PANAMA, R. P.; SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1957
Leber Dept. Rules
A ruling that workers who are solely employed in the
construction of houses in the Canal Zone are not entitled
to receive. a,$1-an-hour minimum wage was-received by
Panama Canal officials yei relay from the Wage and Hour
and Public Contracts Division of t..e Labor Department.
- The ruling was requested by the Canal in View of
requests made by contractors who were about to enter
bjds for the construction of five Army quarters at Fort
Amador and an executive hou
V It pointed out the po&siulufy
that some workers on such
projects 'may be covered' if
they ate regularly engaged in
ordering and receives goods
from outside the Zone or
transporting the goods from
outside the Zone to the job
Sitew ' : '
'Clarification Of the contrac contractors'
tors' contractors' position with resard to
wage scales was requested after
contractor's expressed concern
over the Labor Department's re recent
cent recent ruling that an American J.
'V. Carter must pay the $l-min-lmum
wage to Panama steve stevedores
dores stevedores he contracted for a scrap-
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Cy Perls P:; :;$
PARIS, March 23 (UP) Pari Parisians
sians Parisians were combing their attics
today or the logbook that was us used
ed used rV Oupt. Charlis A. Line! '"-"h
r.1 v t t : i t
t ; : ft ...
An sdvc. it r.la, in far far-is
is far-is rjaoer vestetuay by Hie no-
ducers of the current iilm-biogra-i
phy of the aair-age here promised
a "meeting" with Lindbergh to
th nerson returning: the book,
Tht log1 was reported jnitslng
shortly after Lindbergh touched
down at L Bourget Field here
n Ma 2i: 1927. after flying a
lone in a single-engine plane from
New York. .v-
Lindbergh reported at, the time
that the log book containing a
complete record of the flight was
- musing wnea ne reiurueu i"
kainit rr H from nix
tiny cockpit by-, jubiliant French
men;' '- 1 i, : '
Th advertisement yesterday si
tn nromised repliets would be
treattd in strictest corifidre,
V! AAiInri Drvnnlsra
mm a f np
At nsgsaysay ioihd
MANILA, March 23 (UP) (UP)-Weeping,
Weeping, (UP)-Weeping, barefoot peasants in tat
tered clothe joined .i representa representatives
tives representatives of world governments yester yesterday)
day) yesterday) to. pay their last respects. o
President Ramoa Magsaysay. --
Tbe body of the 49-year-old na national
tional national hero was laid to rest in a
tomb bearing an Inscription as
simple as the life he led: 'Ramon
Magsaysay, leader of the. Philip Philippines".
Magsaysay and 25 other peseons
were klled early Sunday when a
twin-engine C47 transport plane in
which they were riding crashed on
a iunele-covered mountalntop 22
miles north of Cebu City. Only one!
person a Manila newspaperman
aitrvived the trash. -.
The solemn, six hour funerals
Service began at dawn when the
body of the late- President was
carried to the Luneta, Manila's
big public park, where Archbishop
JRufine J. aamos omciaieu.
More than 100,000 people prayed
In th park and then followed the
procession back to Congress Hall,
where they 'waited outside witty
bowed beads -while new President
Carlos P. Garcia eulogized us
Representatives of the United
States. Britain, Indonesia, South
Viet Nam, Japan,' Thailand, Aus Australia
tralia Australia and Argentina attended the
services. Adm. Felix Stump, com commander
mander commander oltheU.S. Pacific Fleet,
led tbe American delegation.
OF Residence Nets
RP Man $25 Fine
Knowuigly making a false state
ment tn aa a-piication presented ;
to O Canal Z-me license bureaaj
rd a f:n of 13 wtee the ease
rl W mMin Errold Catrni. 4X PaBa-juf
r-an an m trtr6 in Balboa
I 'Ti'f i Court yeefpHiay.
.s n cTVifMi of navmg Znne (ouncil were mailed a;fimd anve were hew, were maU-f-1
ft IM in re Canal Zone cbevt ffi VSi 88. AIm a check for.ed a check for $500 with will- be
f r--i (,n ,e ijvef o w, n e the Canal Zone-prorated to these organizations 5y
ff, c cf faraxa. 1 Community Chest and tbe Ameri jthe Chairman of the National Vol,
a in Balboa Heigths.
operation on, a Balboa
Since the Labor Department's
decision in the.carter job, Ca
nal Zone labor has taken the
position that the Fair Labor
Standards Act ' applies- to : all
contract labor performed In the
canal zone. V
Actin? Gov, H; W.' SchuU. Jr.
radioed to, the Panama Canal
Co. office In Washington prior
to the bid opening; asking for a
ruling. ;' -'r:. .v ., ....
The reply, which was read to
contractors yesterday before the
diqs were opened,, sala :
"Ruimsf obtained from. Wage
and Hour Div. as follows: 'Em 'Employes
ployes 'Employes solely employed : In .the
construction of the houses are
not engaged In covered actiyl-
. "However, some employes on
such projects may be covered
if they are regularly enrared
in ordering and receiving goods
irom ouisiae tne zone or
transporting the' goods irom
outsida the Zone to the job
Official ruling being transmlt transmlt-tPd
tPd transmlt-tPd by letter signed, by Wage
una -iiour Aammistraiof today.
A low base lid r $140,000 was
entered by 'the .Isthmian Con
struttors,.inc; On.th construe-
Won of ,the five Army ; quarters
at Fort Amador' and an execu executive
tive executive Jiouse- In Balboa Heights.
Bids were opened yesterday
morning toy Col. Hugh M. Ar
nold, engineerlnsr and construe
tion director in the Administra
tion Building'. "
The low base bid offered by
isthmian : Constructors- Included
148,000 for an official residence
for the lieutenant governor of
the Canal zone, to be construct.
ed according to plans drawn upi
oy jxooen ana ca Associates, an
engineering and architectural
firm in AUanta, Ga. Isthmian
also bid $38,427 for the house
built according to the plans of
a house designed by engineers
or tne Panama canal Co. and
modified by Payne and Wardlaw
for their company staff resi residence
dence residence in Ancon. ' :,
Isthmian, offered to 'build -the
five Army residences at Fort
Amador for a total of $106,872,
including all outside utilities.
These quarters wiU replace five
quarters which were transferred
to the Panama Caanl Co. by the
Army at Corozal at the time of
the development of the townsite
at Los Rlos. They will be off-the-ground
type, one-story tile tile-masonry
masonry tile-masonry construction.
Lona Gone Johns
SYDNEY. Australia. March 53
(VP) West German Foreign Min
uter fieinricn von Brentano show showed
ed showed a TV audience today just what
the well-dressed diplomat wean
under those striped trousers long
johns. ;, ..
During is televised news con conference
ference conference here, the iisiting West
German diplomat was asked
about a West German diplomatic
handbook- on etiquette warning
diplomatic representatives against
tong unaerwear. -i
Brentano hitched up his trouser
leg and displayed his white wool wool-ies.
ies. wool-ies. "As you see, I don't feel bound
by such advice," Brentano said.
USARCARIB Serids Out Eight Checks To Charitable
American Heart Association Tops List With Dona tion
Eight checks, totaling $24,939.82,
wero mailed to charitable organize
lions flonae the past week. Head
quarters U.S. Army Caribbean an
nounced today, with the largest a-
mount 110,735.09, going to the A A-merican
merican A-merican Heart Association.
This money represents part of
tbe $46.290 82 that was collected
during tbe Cnited Fond Ditrc ast
In addition U the American
Heart Association, the Girt Scouts
America Canal lont Girl Scout!
Ma-:Covnci, received JV91JI. and the.
.Boy t-couU of America. Canal
THE PULSE ;
: CONFISCATION of nrnnirtv (lorn.
ed by, some delinantnt tavna
has already been effected, La Ho-
' reponea ioaay, quoting an offi
cial of the Finance Ministry.
' Tbe spokesman saiH tavniv.
have been givtn ample time to pay
, It the delinquent taxpayara
whose property has been confis confiscated
cated confiscated by the oovernment de not
pay their back taxes, the proper proper-ty
ty proper-ty will be sold at auction, the ef ef-ficiat
ficiat ef-ficiat was quoted as saying.
' The same tabloid nredicterf that
conflict between oil farmers 'mH
the National JAbbattoir may each
aiarming proportions U the authori authorities
ties authorities don't do something about it.
The Company reoresentinff the
farmers, Compania Agricola In
dustrial, has comDlamed to the Mu
nicipal Council that the abattoir
ered, but does not rtturn the vis-
charges $3,25 for each pig slaueht.
cera, liver, heart and other, or
gans which the company could
find buyers for.
in addition, the company also ac
cuses the slaughter-house of' not
cleaning the feet of the pigs pro-
The possible cost of the Da
rlen route of the Pan-American
Highway was estimated by El
Oia at around $100,000.
The tabloid also quoted i spokes spokesman
man spokesman of the Civil' Registry as ad-
mittuig that the office is extreme
ly short-handed. v
The Civil Registry has been oper operating
ating operating with the same number of em
ployes for the last ten years.t he
spokesman is quoted as saying.
The. Tocumen airport was In
danger of goin up in flames yes
terday, according to El Di, when
grass was set sflre near two gaso
line trucks v which were unloading
at tuo usn. .. v.- ,...!
(pnalii Ta Dalifv
' WASHINGTON March 23 rlTPV
President Elsenhower urged the
oenaie yesterday r to ratify his at-omj-for-peace
program to h e 1 p
make the enormous cower of hu.
clear energy available to peoples
tt u we worm.
He assured the legislators in a
special message mat great care
nas been taken to make sure that
participating nations, including
Russia, will not divert fissionable
material to military nurooses. He
said a key Dart of the nlan nra-
viues ivr iniernauonai inspection.
Mr. Eisenhower proposed his
atoms-for-peace plan in a Dec. 8,
1953, address to the United
Nations. Since, then the United
States, Russia" and 73 other na nations
tions nations have announced their inten
.. .r X
tion to join the program.
. The Senate mu s t ratify the
agreement before the United
States can participate. Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower appealed for early action so
mis country mar be amontr tht
first to approve "this new instru
ment of peaceful progress."
- The United States already has
helped other nations establish
their own atomic energy pro programs.
grams. programs. Under the President's
plan, the 80 nations would pool at
least part of their nuclear know knowledge
ledge knowledge and materials through an
international atomic energy agency-
Mr. Eisenhower said the United
States already has seen- great
strides in use of the atom for elec electric
tric electric power, treatment of disease,
and extraordinary service to agri agriculture
culture agriculture indurstry and science.
Even greater values lie ahead, he
He pointed out that peoples of
otner nations, tspeciaiiy underde underdeveloped
veloped underdeveloped countries, "devoutly wish
for ways snd means of directing
the atom to peaceful uses."
He noted that the proposed In International
ternational International agency will be run by
a board of govtrnors. He said the
members will be ehoaen under a
formula which "assures protec protection
tion protection of the interests of America
and the free world." i
can Cancer Society was mailed a
cberk for $6,4762.
The Crusade for Freedom or
ganization, which is one of the Na National
tional National Voluntary Agencies, authoris authorised
ed authorised by tbe President to conduct
fund-raising campaigns within the
federal establishment, was mailed
a check for $3,284.33.
Five other organizations of the
Nations Voluntary Agencies: CA
RE, International Social Services,
Nationaf .Recreation Association,
American Social Hygiene Aasocia-
tion im tbe United Seaman s
Serrk c tat which no separate-
PILOT CONGRATULATED Helicopter : pilot Capt. Paul W. Van Boven of Albrbofe AFB Is
congratulated by President Ernesto de. la Guardia Jr. after the flight which took the presi president
dent president along the route of the Inter-American Highway from C6ncepcion to the Costa :Rlcan
border. Looking on are presidential aide Raul,. Arias (center) and Van Boven's co-pilot, Lt.
George W. Lindstedt..-. : '
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23-fUP)-lAnother
shook earthquake j ittery San
Francisco today, bringing more
property damage and fires ana
frightening, residents. ,.;
more than 50 which have rocked
the Bay area since early yester yesterday
day yesterday and apparently caused a
three-alarm apartment house
About 50 scantily clad tenants
of the three stocy building fled
to the street while firemen ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished the blaze. Within a
half an hour they were back In
the frame structure, fearing on only
ly only another Jolt.
The fire was caused by a gas
line broken during the quake six
'.".'Damage was expected to run
into uie millions irom wie mure
than 50 minor and serious
Against RP Boys
Dropped By Court
Charges were withdrawn In Bal
boa Magistrate's Court yesterday
against two Panamanian teenage
brothers who allegedly entered the
former Pacific Center Thurs
day for the purpose of 'committing
One boy Is 16, the other 17. V
They were found at 11:55 a.m.
by Canal Zone police inside, the
closed building, which is No. 399 399-C,
C, 399-C, Ancon.
Since the boys had no previous
criminal record the District At
torney decided that rather' than
pressing a criminal charge of bur burglary,
glary, burglary, he would because-of their
age, give them the benefit of his
For this reason, he moved vto
dismiss the case without prejudice.
Today the boys and two women
relatives, together with tbe arrest
ing police officer, were closeted
with the District Attorney for some
time at the latter's office in -Ancon
untary Agencies. United Service
Organization, another organization
in the National Voluntary Agencies,
receive support from U.S. Army
Caribbean through the Canal Zone
. Also; m hock for j 1,200 wit
' mailed U tho chairman f rho
National Health Agencies to bo
prorared to tfte six era t mi f ions
the make mm fhe National Health
Agencies, fe whom ne specifie
fund drive were held. The A A-merican
merican A-merican Cancer Seciety and the
American Heart Association are
eroaniiatiena k the National
Health Ageneiee hut checks m
specific amcfifs were ms:ied to
these orfanUationat since tney
, ; -. fUi;- f-
a Ices Jittery
shocks. However. an accurate,
figure will probably, take weeks
Highway damage in on 400-
foot area along Lake Meerced1
i cr. '
:4 ilA i.r,
ri California. Says Seismologist
PASADENA, Calif., March 23
(UP) California must live
"with the constant possibility of
a serious earthquake."
Dr. Charles F. Richter, world
renowned seismologist and ex expert
pert expert on recurrinar upheavals of
the earth's crust, said today this
was the scientific view of tem
blors such as the one that roek
ed Ban Francisco yesterday with
a magnitude of 5.5 on the Rich
ter scale of 10.
He said the tremor "appear
ed" to be along the famed San
Andreas fault, but was "pretty
hard to pinpoint" in early
ports. The fault is a major frac.
lure running virtually the
length of California and has
been the cause of periodic
shakes, among them the disas disastrous
trous disastrous shakes of 1&57 and 1906.
Richter, busily answering tel
ephone calls from colleagues at
the California Institute of Tech Technology,
nology, Technology, said he summed up the
state's situation on the basis of
a U.S. coast and geodetic sur survey
vey survey In 1948 indicating the aver average
age average horizontal shift going In
The amount of uhift Is com
monly stated as two Inches a
year; really It is a little less,
WASHINGTON. March 23 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautics Board re-
vealed today it had received a
complaint from a woman airline I
"Thev told me mv Diane ould!
be delayed because of power plant
failure, she wrote. I know that
wasn't true because all the airport
lights were on,"
were Included by name in the
VS. Army Caribbean United
Fund Drive in October, 15, and
these funds wero specifically de
siftMted by donors to these two
The other five organizations that
make up the National Health A A-gencies
gencies A-gencies are: Arthritis and Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism Foundation Muscular Dys Dystrophy
trophy Dystrophy Association, National Multi
pie aclemmt Society National So-
ciety for Crippled Children and
Adults (Easter Seals). National To-to
berculosis Association (Christmas recommendations of tne ranama
Seals and the United Cerebral! Area United Community FaeU
Palsy Association. These rganiza-ICouncii, a council made n of mil
twos, like the National Voluntary H a ry and civilian personnel to ad
Agencies, are authorized by the, minister tbe fund.
road department at $30,000.
Throughout San Francisco and
Daly City foundations were
. j- -' "rr
close to 15 feet in a
years." He reported in a state
ment which be said had appli application
cation application to the present. ;
"In the earthauakes of 1986
and 1940 the elastic rebound-!
the sling produced by this
steaay shift was a little more
than 15 feet; so that since 1857
there has been enough time for
a strain on the same part of the
fault to add up to almost enough
for a great eatrhquake."
CZ Youth's Parents
Sue For $10,285
Afler Cvcle Crash
An Ancon father. William Clin
ton Bailey and his teenage son.
represented by the latter s moth
er and guardian. Ellen E. Bailey,
have filed suit in U.S. District
Court for total .damages of 10,285
allegedly suffered when the son's
motorcycle collided with a govern
ment vehicle. ?
The suit charges that on Nov. 26
me teenjger, Richard Clinton
Bailey, Was riding a motorcycle
tnrougn uie intersection of Barth
Road and Diablo Road. When he
was half way across the intersex
mod, ine, cycie was struck: oy a
Boyce Ray Baugh was allegedly
driving in a reckless and wanton
The sum of $10,000 is claimed on
behan of tbe son for severe pain
and personal injuries, plus $285 for
damages to the motorcycle.
The father claims $151,65 which
be expended for medical services
lor nis son.
De Castro and Robles are repre-
senting the plaintiffs.
Pres.arru to conduct 'fund raising
campaigns within the federal es establishment
tablishment establishment The money that was sent to the
organizatkma listed above, with the
exception of the checks mailed to
Americar- Cancer Association, A A-merictn
merictn A-merictn Heart Association aid
Crusade for Freedom,. was money
that was donated by members cf
this command to the General Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Fund of .the United Fund
, Drive It was farther aistnouteo
these organizations based oa the
NEW YORK, March 23 (UP) John T. Ridgefey,
who has just been hired as a consultant by the Panarnd
Railroad Co., said yesterday the recommendations he
made last September could held the PRR to eliminate its
present deficit. j
Ridgeley and his wife, sailed for' Cristobal yesterday
aboard the Panam6 liner Ancon.
. He made a study of the operation of the Panama"
Railroad during June, July and August last year. He is
due to arrive in Panama Thursday, iv
"The present railroad deficit is due mainly to the
fact that the btjlk of the business is being handled by by-trucks,
trucks, by-trucks, and the big question is to determine if the trucks
are more economical," Ridgely declared.
,'Anyway," he added, "what I want to see is the rail
roqd company without a deficit, and I don't see Vhv it
can't be done." ?
He emphasized that the Pan
ama Railroad Co. did not lose
any money until 1954, when it
started getting competition from
irucKs especially refrigerated
trucks -4 which took away much
wiU mb ; V, ararW"kTtpwnvtMiai
nicer ne nas talked with Canal
tone Gov. William e. Potter.
He hinted,' however, that one
of his plans is to utilize the
trucks on the railroad and reor reorganise
ganise reorganise the schedule to mak it
more convenient to shippers.-
Balboa En Route
To Filming Site
A 75-foot Los Angeles chooner
bound for a movie location where
several of Jack London's storits
will be filmed made port io Bal Bal-bpa
bpa Bal-bpa at noon yesterday.
. The White Cloud of 38 gross tons
ii leei -wiae and draws nine
She is enroute to. Havana uhart
she will be transformed for film
purposes into "The Rattler II."
ine sailing craft built in Mary,
land Is now the property of the
Guild Films Company which owns
the rights to London's yarns.
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MACMTLLA.N ARRIVES IS BERMUDA Arriving in Bermuoa
for his talks with President Elsenttower. British Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Macmillan walks down the airplane ramo at Tucker
Town. Behind the Prime Minister are CS. Ambassador to
Britain John Hay Whitney and British Foreign Secretary
8elwyn Lloyd (rear). At left Is Bermuda Oovemor Lt Gea.
.. Sir Joh WoodaJ jlwhite suiU.
During his stay ln Panama,
he and his wife will live at Ttv Ttv-oli
oli Ttv-oli Guest House.
Aulo Grand Prix
SEBRINQ, Fla March 23
(UP) Peter Collins of England,
driving a sleek red Ferrari, roar roared
ed roared into the lead on the first lap
with one of his typical spring
starts today as 65 sports cars be- -i
gan the seventh annual Sebrinfr
12-hour Grand Prix of endur endurance
ance endurance around a twisting 5.2-mile
In hot pursuit of Collins was
another Briton, Sterlin Moss, tn
a Maserati, followed closely by
Phil Hill of Santa Monica, CaM.
in another Ferrari. Z-J
Masten Greeorv of TCftnsa.Ts '.-
ty was fourth in a Ferrari with
Jean Behrain of France fiftlfln""
a Maserati. ,
The American corvette "tot
der" America's chief hope- of -coping
with the f ordign racer-
was running sixth Jwith Jo&i
Fitch of Green Farms, conn.r at
the wheel. -t,
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THE MAIL BOX
. RESCUE AT EL PANAMA POOL
';At approximately 3:15 p.m. this afternoon, (Mar. 20) to our
horror, we witnessed the near drowning of a baby girl at the
J51 Panama Hotel swimming; pool. J . ,lml
We wish to take this opportunity 10 exprcas ui """"j-rr"
xor the cooi uunning an w
ffiSSmua rn savtag the life
Jit iHnirt vnowieriee displayed
Ilvalne. the pool life wnw
insecurity in his employers and
PuJl up your tombstone and take a listen. I surely am glad
that Just a few people think like you do.
M V.t" :.. v,o, f tvi. wnrd imDrovement? Mr. Noan
Welter says,' 5t ta
frpm good to better."
B.uu" ..:rr ,, v,0h
vou are as old as you put on to
i nnn r. i,i l iiijv biiau
car to get to wor or "'-"
" .... I- 4- anrt CI r
1 A. hnn! fllfl TJffll H I.
.11 .i.. Tovm
an me way '"T., ; I7,,.hnrt thought that
old world would De in a aa "V" JT, rAhnuld I
, I didn't have this, wpeiw. "J" tr7at.
Tffi'tAthat the above is any different
from having a teenagers club. It is the very d0
I hODe more people feel the same way about It that I do,
thatPwe wTnsWsee a teenagers club project started
v About the clothes we are wearing, if you will intent a new
dry cleaning agent that costs the same as soap and water does
wt Twill he clad to improve our dressing h&DHS.
I went W La lle two years ago and I know pretty much,
what I'm talktog about. The only reason they are wearing
"Sunday' clothes" is because it is a school reqmrement
I admit that it does look a lot better than faded levis
But until someone comes up with a better idea we will con continue
tinue continue to wear those long-wearing, easily-kept-clean things call-
ed "leViS. r,lnir ormmH t.OWn
- By the way, wnen nave you sevn uu
with one of these D.A.s. But those are usually the ones that think
they art really ''bigshots." Unfortunately too many people i are
misled by those few individuals who "hang-out" in the club-
hNow please don't misunderstand me. There are a lot of
nice kids over there because they don't have anywhere else to
go? These Ire the people who really need a club or there own
40 "feVyeaTu, teenagers 11 be the citizens of the' unft.
ed States, Panama Jmarious other places -When ltU W
turn to run the worfd, unless we have a good background, think
what a mess it will be.
Come on parents, it is up to you now.
personally I hope to see a huge improvement in the : public
facilitief offered to the teenagers of the CZ. in particular and
the world in general.
! after referring to certain de idencies. which according to
'thinking ex"stKin the Panama Postal System TPft
that he had called my number three time, and had failed to
Jet in touch with me In order to register a complaint
The write? of the letter may register his complaints bj eal -ln,r
Panama 2-2336 at anytime during working hours since this
office ha? employes who can take these complaints without
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hit car. Cops' charge was to the effect that his trouble stemmed
from a bottle rather than a saucer. Parker took the saucer to
court to prove Its existence. He hopes when finished the model
will fly. He pleaded guilty to the drunk charge and paid s
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of the child. Tnpetjag
should serve to inspire, a sense
the tronsttti epooh
Gary N.' Whitlnger
the advancement of anything
,,,,, tpenate vears. if
cars in vour teenage years,
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nr Florida or wr.
to live by ailing
i ranSntiv i "WnlHnor for The Mall-
of Govt, and justice.
By VICTOR RIESEL
James R. Hoffa has the courage
to tolerate his friends' convictions
penal as well as philosophical.
It is legendary that he has never
deserted any of his legions. It is.
therefore, natural to expect that
he would develop a passionate cu
riosity over what there is In the
Senate battle plans for these in
elude a frontal assault on all the
areas Hoffa commands and in
which he has placed some mighty
The Senate, for example, was be
ing Jed directly by its new David,
Robert Kennedy, against the migh
ty juke box empire. This was, to
lead from Hoffa's friends in New
York to Detroit. There vou wouln
find an intimate by the name of
William Bufalino, a man with an
incendiary- sense of humor.
Once when this column reported
i field which was not too different-
ftr patterned from the
the pinball tales
of Portland he wrote me a long
letter of protest.
After several single-spaced pages
the Detroit sport wound up with
"For your information I also
suffer from migraina headachas,
probably caused by the 'halo'
that I waar it's a little tight."
Gay enough? But pot so cavalier
is the Congressional report on this
Detroit Teamsters' leader, at that
time head of juke-box Local 985.
This report is part of the record
on which the Senate racket bust
ing committee is operating today,
And it says in part:
"The sub-committee had receiv
ed numerous complaints ... .show
ing conclusively that there existed
a gigantic, wicked conspiracy to,
through the use of force, threats
oi force and economic pressure,
extort and collect millions of dol
lars not only from unorganized
workers but from memberso f u-
nions who are in good standing.
from independent businessmen, and
on occasion, from the Federal Gov Government
ernment Government itself.
"The Teamsters Union Local 985.
through its president, William E.
Bufalino, is the principal offender
and perpetrator of tne racketeering,
extortion and gangsterism which
was disclosed by the hearings. The
union attempted and to some ex extent
tent extent succeeded in obtaining a mono monopoly
poly monopoly in the 'juke-box' business.
"Bufalino and the executive
board of Local 985 conspired and
confederated to obtain this mono
poly and used the union, not to ad
vance the interest of labor nor to
protect labor in genuine labor rll-1
sputes, but to advance tne interests
of a favored few juke-box owners
and operators at the expense of
other owners and union members."
There was also s follow eallad
Eugena Jamas, who was presi president
dent president of Local 985 before Bufali Bufalino.
no. Bufalino. Whan Bill Bufalino took ov over.
er. over. Jamas told friends, "Wall,
boys, I'm going to shove off.
I've got a bettor job in Chicago
with the Laundry Workers U U-nion,"
nion," U-nion," t
Before James made good in Chi
cago he had been characteristical
ly helped by Jimmie Hoffa. When
James needed it, Hoffa had gotten
him a union charter. But Brother
James had no money to start it roll
ing it's like any other business,
you know. So Hoffa lent James
personal money to get some in De
troit. Jamei1 paid it back. From
then on it wa an easy jump into
the big time in Chicago. To give
him a boost, 4he Detroit Teamsters
kept James on the payroll for
six months to make sure he didn't
run out of dough.
Brother James became secrets
ry-treasurer of the International
Laundry Workers a post he has
recently departed. Senl. Paul Doug
laf hastened that departure with a
Senate probe last year which re
vealed that, almost $1,000,000 was
"embeiiled" from the Laundry
Workers' welfare fund of which
James was a trustee.
So it went In many cities
snd Bob Kennedy bss reported that
the Senste probers have almost
1,000 complaints from "every maj major
or major city in the country." Many of
these involve men who pot their
union posts with Hoffa's help, some
Senators say. It would be ou.y lair
o say here that many men promi prominent
nent prominent in public, industrial and labor labor-circles
circles labor-circles swear by Hoffa and ssy he
has never gone back on his pro promise,
mise, promise, i
But neither has he gone back on
such of bis avowed companions as
Johnny Dio. accuse d of m a n y
crimes including the one thing that
must be of moral indignity to Hof-
running scab snops. i
Anoarentlv these bonds of friend
ship arc so strong that neither time.
crime nor acta can ourn wrougn
''I'll Answer AllQueries Except Embarrassing Ones"
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If anyone is shopping around for
relief from the confusions of this
dreary world, I can recommend
about two weeks of fever ranging
from 102 Fahrenheit to 104 plus.
it also cures insomnia and is most
Your correspondent recently
was most foully attacked by some
Arican bug and entered into a
blissfully fuzzy state of complete
immunity to the world's toils and
It wasnH sleeping sickness, al
though there was a disposition to
sack out for about 20 hours a day.
The diagnoses included every
thing except pregnancy. One doc doctor
tor doctor in'Nairobi claimed it was caus caused
ed caused by the bite of the tick. Another,
in Spain, swore that a tiny serpent
had invaded 'my person, had built
a cocoon or cyst in my digestive
apparatus, and was all for slicing
me open t catch the snake.
The patient came out of his haze
long enough to scream a violent
"no to this suggestion before
lapsing back into his pale, pink
I reeommend fever as a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful specific for air travel as well.
We shot a motor coming out of
Kahtoum, had to dump gas, and
returned to base.
Everybody paced that lovely
airport for five or six hours, fret
ting and chafing and cursing as
we waited for rescue.
Not your boy. He staggered Into
a brightly lit waiting room, found
WASHINGTON (NEA) My
Day. Washington is usually such
a lovely city it raises the spirits,
but last Monday our nation's ca capital
pital capital was almost frustrating and
It began with a John C. Hollis-
ter press conference. He is the
head of our International Coopera Cooperation
tion Cooperation Administration which handles
nonmilitary foreign aid programs.
He has just come back from a
three-week trip around the world.
It seems only yesterday he bid us
soodbv. Sometimes it seems peo
ple travel so fast they don't know
where they've been.
But Mr. Hollister told a most
interesting story about getting lost
in the snow, driving dowo the Ks
bul River gorge over unfinished
mountain roads of Afghanistan.
Fortunately, a camel train with
quite Chinese-looking drivers
came along and showed them the
way out. Otherwise they might still
Mr. Hollister said we h ave
friends a in Afghanistan, but that
be was the first VIP wno naa been
there m three years. He was even
photographed shaking bands witn
the Russian ambassador. He said
the foreign minister and the prime
minister are married to the king's
sisters. What a jolly family they
LATER. MET MR. HOLLISTER
In the halL He ssid he had msny
other interesting experiences. In
Indis he had to lsy a wreath on
Mahatma Ghandi's burning ghat,
or funeral pyre.
Ia Ethiopia, as bis car drove a-'
kmc the road, the natives fell to j
was pissing, mey were mm ma-
noyed wbesi Uiey loosea up aou
saw it was only sir. Hollister.
AftM- hinca most of these same
reporters and some others went
tO Wienng VJ mi. eiymuj
FairlMa. He is the former steel
company executive who is now co-
.. . wm ..: i..t.' tl
oroinator Of uo rrmucut vu-
sen Advisers oa the Mutual Sec Security
urity Security Program.
Mr. Fairless and his committee,
including Mr. Joha U Lewis, who
wasn't there, have just come back
from a SO-day trip around the
world. They also went to inspect
Pale Pink Dreams
Bv BOB RUARK
a couple of chairs, hoisted up his
feet and snored for five hours.
The occupants of at least 10 air
craft would swear on the Good
Book that I was as stiff as a
plank, in full view of the children.
Not so at all; I was merely ignor ignoring
ing ignoring the inadequacies of fair tra-
It is really wonderful the things
doctors can find to stick you with.
They led off on my carcass with
a million volts of penicillin, grad graduated
uated graduated to the aureos and streptos,
tossed in a pinch of the sulfas, had
a brief flutter with cortisone, and
the old fever cocked a snook at
the combined effort.
I found that one can sleep as,
comfortably on the stomach as on
It appeared that I was going to
spend my life in a semi-somnolent
condition, dreaming of Eastern
houris instead of Nasser, when
some genius sawed off half an
ear lobe, mixed it with witches'
awlwort, and arrived at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that I had contracted one
of the rarer species of malaria.
Diagnosis now complete, but
cure unavailable until the United
States Navy arrived in the nick of
time with the specific.
I am now able to concentrate on
the prospect of war in the Middle
.bast, and the' soft, pink angels
have fluttered off into the mists.
Also, I ain't sleepy any more.
Nor do I have to commute be between
tween between four beds per night,, as
By PETER EDS0N
our foreign aid program, but they
took more time to it than Mr. Hol
By the way, Mr. Hollister said
that when former Congressman
James P. Richards goes to inspect
possibilites for our new foreign aid
program in the Middle East, he
will take two months
THE 1 REPORT WHICH Mr.
Fairless and his committee filed
LET ER RIP! Displaying a
wool knit swimsuit called the
"Deauvine." at Santa Monica,
Calif, Susan Peters is well pre
pared In case she bits a snag.
. . iik. ltes;s
xiETD., m ,w.-.
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some several gallons of dishonest
sweat made each successive sack
On regaining what passes for
consciousness, I recalled that
once, plucking feebly at the cover coverlets,
lets, coverlets, I asked for literature' and
was flung the Jan. 15 number of
Vogue magazine. This had to do
with hats, mainly. 1
And even in a stupor, I could
not believe that the American
woman, fashion imbecile that she
be, would be wearing1 the inverted
chamber pots and old dustrags as
high' fashion this year. I thought
it was part of the delirium and not
The first thing I did on recover recovering
ing recovering lucidity was dive for that same
Vogue and my worst suspicions
were fulfilled; I wasn't out of tnv
head all the time. The hats are
still there. And madam was still
crouched Inside -thefti,, looking
mighty lak a baboon m a bush
In a way, I wish the fevers and
chills were responsible.
In closing, I wish to describe a
fashion note for male columnists
They will come in the new slim
sizes, 23-inch waists, no chins, and
will be colored a kind of saffron.
Hair and toenails will be worn
long, and there will be a slight
glaze in the eyes denoting happy
memories of things past.
By cracky, that was a pretty
pink angel. Another week of de
lirium Africanus and I bet I'd
have caught hen
is very short and to the point. But
you w.ll read the report in vain if
you are looking for a list of places
they went or what they saw or
the people they talked to and what
tney were told.
They "name no names." as Mr.
Fairless said. He thought it would
be out of order for bis committee!
of citizens to say that the amount
of money we have spent in any
country was too much. He also
said, "It would be ridiculous to
say that not one dollar had been
wasted, and I'm not saying It." y
Mr. Fairless and his associates
make 40 recommendations for
changing our mutual security prO-
fram. But in spite of that, they
nd that it should and it can be
continued at its present level of
about eight billion dollars a year,
for the indefinite future. They- ssy
that "The American taxpayers
have received a fair return for
Next we all went- to the White
House, where an official whose
name it ia not permitted to reveal
was to explain the president
new drought relief message and
IT WAS JUST LIKE old times
to go back to the White House. It
was so reminiscent of me days
when Mr. Henry Wallace and Mr.
Rexford Guy Tugwell were ex explaining
plaining explaining the Triple-A and all those
other dear old New Deal programs.
Only this official whose name ft
Is not permitted to revest explain explained
ed explained some New Desl programs that
are still going strong.
This official whose name it is
not permitted to reveal had no
idea what the new drought relief
program would cost. He said m
the last three and a half years the
administration had spent 65 mil million
lion million dollars on disaster relief of
all kinds. But he had no Idea bow
much had gone for drought relief
or flood relief or hurricane relief
or bUxxard relief.
Thea be gave as some .figures
on the various kinds of relief the
administration had handed out for
beef and pork purchases, govera-
mmt rorpluses, credit, and so
- n n (,ded
What a day.
WASHINGTON The rflmifira-
tions of Teamster Union politics
is almost as complicated as the
rivames ana jealousies oi wasa
mgton society, i : u v
j; or instance, there is nrobablv
no. one secretlv happier over the
hot water irl which dapper, dash dashing
ing dashing Jimmy Hoffa now finds him-.
sen wan the head of the Team
sters, Dave Beck.
Beck would never admit this
In fact, he stated just the oppo
site. Nevertheless, Beck has been
sore as a boll over the manner in
which Hoffa has been nuagmg
him for the No. 1 spot in the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic .Teamsters Union.
Soma Teamsters are oven so
unkind as to say that the story
of Dave i Beck's house and it
sals for $163,000 to the Teamsters,
was. suggested to Beck by the
Hoffa faction, then deliberately
leaked to the press.
The member of the Teamsters
executive council who proposed in
secret session that the Teamsters
buy Beck's -. house was S i d n e y
Brennan of Minneapolis, convict
ed under the Taft-Hartley Act for
taking money from an employer
to cross a picket line against a
strike called by. John h. Lewis's
The Teamster' officials credited
with leaking the story of t h e
house purchase was Tom Hickey
of New York, later engaged in a
knockdown battle with Teamster
John O Kourke. Governor Dewey s
former labor campaign manager
uom cecK ana nona nate hick
ev. have now shunted him to the
sidelines. Whether he or someone
else leaked the story about the bi
zarre purchase of Beck's swank
home with heated swimming pool,
will never be known; the Team
ster high command piays its cards
too close to its chest.
Not so close to -their chests has
been the., rivalry between Beck
and Hotia.; w "-.rVc:-;.' -When
John Herlonav labor toe.
cialist for the Washington News,
published a story two years ago
which began: "Dave Beck has
been dethroned as undisputed
head of America's largest union,"
Beck hit the ceiling.
He called a special press con
ference, told newsmen in no un uncertain
certain uncertain terms that he was boss of
the Teamsters and would continue
Actually there was a great
deal of truth In' Horlong'o story.
It marked the beginning of the
ascendency of the tough little
teamster from Detroit who bo.
gan at a grocery dark and who
has taken over more and more
power in the far-flung Team
It also marked one of the more
Intense chapters of the silent, but
very bitter itiona-BecK ieua su
of it watched with a mixture oi
amusement and alarm by other la
bor leaders, who have tried to
keep their, .unions clean,
Greek 'shipping magnate Aristo
tle Onassis is in for a Congres Congressional
sional Congressional probe. Onassis plant to
build four new isnaers wim (
inan from the Maritime Adminis
tration, promising to place the
new tankers under the trusteeship
of his American-citizen children to
guarantee that .they will be.avail be.avail-nhia
nhia be.avail-nhia to this country In case of
However Cnntfressman Herbert
Zelenko of New York claims the
trust it riddled with loopnoies,
and Congressman Bonner of North
Carolina plans to investigate. .
Ex-Chairman Len Hall is really
burnt up because Ike hasn't yet of offered
fered offered him a top Job. He wants a
ton-level position to keep himself
in the limelight before running
for Governor of JNew xor. .me
FBI is quietly Investigating the
office of Pennsylvania's Congress Congressman
man Congressman Dan Flood for allegedly pass passing
ing passing out classified information. The
charge wat brought to the FBI
hv a disgruntled former secretary
of the Congressman who claims
Flood's office told unauthorized
people facts from secret- hearings
. .me aan oi nome, sriuu ov
eeate to the SEATO conference.
bluntly warned secretary oi siaio
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IS Steaks and
3 Girl's name
4 Poet :
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23 Household god
24 Body part
25 Passace la
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38 Mineral rocks
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Dulles that the British will bo
forced to. reduce their military
forces in Southeast Asia and may
even close down their air bases
on the strategic Malay Peninsula.
This would mean the USA would
Far East d planes to the
ROADBLOCKS TO PIPELINE
Here's another iMnct,.,!-
how it pays ;.to have friends .in
"jgn piaces especially when It
comes to oil
Two independent nil man r
ell Glasgow and Bert Hnll of Tex Tex-as,
as, Tex-as, proposed running a plpelin
from West Texas and New MexicJ
There is about a miliinn k,
of oil daily bottled up around the
El Paso area which could relievo
uu ueucu in tauiornia if pin
ed there. y
Tllat state Sports about 270,.
000 barrels daily. In time of war
this oil deficit wduld be serious,
might .paralyze California indus industry.
try. industry. Glasgow and Hull found great'
Interest for their project, plus fi financial
nancial financial backing provided they
could get a certiifcate of essen- r
tiality from the government.
This certificate from the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Department, permitting fast
tax write-offs, is glvtn after the
Defense Department certifiM to
the Treasury that the project is
essential 10 national defense.
At this point the two independ independent
ent independent oil men ran into opposition
The independent' oil companies :
around Texas and New Mexico'
were strong for the pipeline, hut
the major oil companies which s)
supply oil to California were op opposed.
posed. opposed. -,; m
They have wells ia Saudi Art v
bla, Java, Sumatra and various
parts of Asia, plus tanker floats. -So
the oil they import into CaU
ifornla meant at much profit' f
for tham at the oil they pump
When Glasgow and Hull went to
the Defense Department to get
an OK for their certificate of
necessity, they got howher.'
The officials who helped past on
it included W. W. White, former
vice-president of Esso Standard y
Oil, who now' has gone back to
Esso, and Hugh Stewart, former- v
ly of the Texas Company.
Both Texas and Standard of
New Jersey are. part' owners of;
the Arabian American Oil Com
pany. ,;..' ;
OUCH! This hen looks proud
ly at her king-size egg, which
weight Just under half a pound
and measures four inches in
diameter. Beside it is a nor
mat egg. The ben It owned by,
Blponle Collier, of Miami, FlaJ
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CANAL ZONE PACIFIC POWER SQUADRON HOLDS
tLECTIQNS AT ANNUAL DINNER, WEDNESDAY
' Edwin f. Rlgby was elected Commander of the Canal
- Zone. Pacific Power Squadron at the organisation's annual
inner, which wa held at tha TivoU Guest Houm Wednes-
aToS"nr officers are Lt, Commander George T. Fits'
Vferald, treasurer Worden E. French and secretary Allen
U11Amonc those who attended the dinner were Capt. and
' Mrs. John M. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Burnham, Mrs.
H. O. Fredisk, Mr. George Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Allen K Miller,
Mr, ind Mrs. William N. Taylor, Miss Lydla Csapek, Mr, and
,.! wu. n wrlrhL Mr. and M. Arnold A. Jackson, Mr.
W. r..k Mrs. H. O. Frederick. Mr. and Mrs.,Worden
French" Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rigby, Crdr, and Mrs.
' V. Chandler. . v
The Rohrbsehs' Depart;
rMV,Tnd "iST WuTram Kohrb.ch
- .... nsr scheduled to
" :i .Kn.rH Hamburg
tine vessel for Lo. Anga Anga-1,
1, Anga-1, California, to make ther
w.. hrK.h the former Mrs,
v o.iAn umc cust of Honor
JST Tu-Tnedida coffee
iarTy given by lta. .Clinton Ba
VaSiA at her home in Balboa.
Mr. And Mrsi Bribben
,., Announce Birth
Of Third Child.
fne Mary T. Ridge,, formerly if
Balboa) of Trenton, New oetsey,
Enounce the birth of their third
child, third, son, uaniei, on
da March Maternal gP""
r vr. mnA Mrs. John
are Mr. And Mrs. Edward A.
bin all of Trenton. w
NCO. Wives Will
Hold Monthly Social
The Fort Clayton N.C.O. Wives
J. i. k.u th.ir rptrular month-
S social Tuesday at 6 pm, in the
urn Open Mess. The ?ciai
win be'a Potluck Dinner artd In
win K kj.. mill flir-
fnrmal dance, vi vu""
ffih mu" for the evening. Door
o vmi. Any ; mcm-
ters W new-comers desiring to at
tend, who have: noi jhh
call, Mrt. Bonnir Murrell, at 87 87-6131,
6131, 87-6131, for details- i
Guests At Hotel
! Among recent guests i(
namonte Inn Boquete,K are Miss
Miriam Stein, from New York,
Mr. Ricardo Lince, Panama,,
Mr." Sahistiano Chacon, from
nama, mfi jeu ." v
IL t..nm Mr. Manuel : R-
:.nrhP JOurani' fEom Panama,
Mr 1 Korch. from Panama,, wr.
Tiernan,' Cecilia' Waldorf, Macel
Goulet, Teresa : Rupp, Margaret
Hern and Frederics Cornish.
Ft. Gulick UCO
Wives Hold Social
The Ft. Luck NCO Wives' Club
held a : "Get-Acquainted" Social
Wednesday evening in the Bamboo
Room of the club.
The president, Mrs. Hester
Hartley, welcomed Mrs. Ann Luns
food and Mrs. Lucille Fravel as
Guest speaker for the evening
was Mr, uarreii jrom uatunj, who
gave a very interesting talk on
"l.ue in the Gatun Lake i Area
where, as a Canal Zone Police
man. he performs his dutues.
Mrs. Alice Stachowiak won the
door prize, s
Members ; attending were the
mesdamesr Irene Place. Alice
Stachowiak.v Candy Gardner, Vio
la Him, Audrey Barsi, Ruth Criss,
Veda Van Pelt, Hester Hartley,
Ruth M a engen, Gilberts Brown,
Rita Gomez Betty Townsend, Irm Irm-gard
gard Irm-gard Morrison, and Louise Sander
Refreshments were served by
Veda Van;. Pelt,- Ruth Maengen,
and Hester Hartley.
Sweden, i Mr,
G Lundpergi Mr. Amel Grimaioo, I port Amador; post theater.
n.n.tti Mrj and Mrs. M.f Amnnff the narbrinan wl
A. Castro Vjeto,1 from Panama
Mr.Tiuho k Clement, Jr., from
Panama., Mr.,Jolw E.Clement 3u
from'PaOama,, Cblonel Bolivar Va Va-f;"
f;" Va-f;" .h mV Vsllanno. from
v .n tri I'lmlH D. Lui. Felipe
Effects Of Atomic
7c:p:ns To Be Seen
Tuosday Al Amador
V V' i .'i .... "H f V' ,.r ;.
Selected officer of Headquarters,
U.S. Army Caribbean and Canal
Zone military installations will wit witness
ness witness a demonstration on effects of
atomic weapons bn battlefields on
; The demonstration,; m o a e i
corps map exercise, '-will be stag staged
ed staged by a five-man -team from the
Department ot the; Army at me
Ich nitW for intlytioN in this
column ihauld be .tubmilted in
typs-writt lorm : and mailed
the box number listed daily in '$o '$o-.cial
.cial '$o-.cial and Otherwise," "r delivered
by hind t the office. Netices of
meetinfi cannot be accepted by
Pat Morgan ,
The reeular monthly meetine ot
the Pat Morgan Garden Club will
be held Mondav at 7:30 n.m. at
the Rainbow City High bchool btu-
dy Hall. j
Alt members are urged to at
tend, as several new plans and
projects will be discussed.
Diablo His. Girl
In Who's Who
For US Colleges
Miss" Nancy Lee Kariger, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger of
Diablo Heights has been selected
as a nominee for Who's Who in A A-merican
merican A-merican Colleges and Universities.
Miss Kariger is a senior at North Northwest
west Northwest Missouri State College, Mary Mary-ville,
ville, Mary-ville, Missouri. She is majoring in
physical education and business.
Nominees tor tnis nonor are
chosen on the basis of ability, per personality,
sonality, personality, leadership and scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship. Miss Kariger has been cheer cheerleader
leader cheerleader for four years. She is a
member of Kappa Delt a Pi, honor honorary
ary honorary education fraternity; Pi Ome Omega
ga Omega Pi, business fraternity; Alpha
Sigma Alpha, social sorority;
Swim Club; Social Committee and
a member of the Physical Educa Education
tion Education Majors club. She has also been
awarded a merit scholarship for
tne semester irom woj-mwest Mis
souri State College.
POWER SQUADRON DINNER Shown at the'Cnal Zone .Pacific Power Squadron Annual Dinner which was held in the
Fern Room of "the TivoU Guest House,, Wednesday night' are left to right, Francis E. McCable, H. O. Frederick, Mr. and Mm.
Worden E. French,: Mr., and Mrs;.Edwln Rigby.'Cmdr.: and Mrs. E. V. Chandler and Mrs. John Waters. v
Organ Dedication Service
At Baptist Church Sunday
The First Baptist Church will
observe an Organ Dedication serv
ice tomorrow morning during the
10:40 worship" servict. The new
concert console Hammond organ
war installed two weeks ago, re
placing the standard console that
the church had in service for over
Mrs. Delmasf. Swafford, the
church organist for-the past ten
years, will be at the coisole. Mrs
Swafford is a graduate of the Juil-
As New US Envoy
MRS. SYLVIA KIETZMAN Soprano soloist for the Stabat
Mater, which w'Ul be presented Tuesday evening in the patio
of the Balboa tlementary school, is a teacher at Ancon School.
Mrs. Kietzman studied music at the American Conservatory
in -Chicago. Director of the Curundu Church choir, she was
last heard In a Chorus presentation of the Messiah at Christ Christmas
mas Christmas time.
For its presentation Tuesday night, ttye chorus will use the
English version of the Easter music, although the Stabat
Mater is often sung with the Latin words.
The music will last about an hour. The program Is open
to the general public and will b free. Children should be
accompanied by adults.
Clement, from Panama. r
Resirf Altar Society : .--T, ; i
Wokomo New Members ; .r
Ttwirt Chapel in Ancon held
iU regular 'monthly, meeting on
Tuesday.; March J2i lollpwing re-
citation ot the rosary, tne ioiiow-s-
mV.mhers. were introduc-
.Jr rtnnnvan. Mrs. PS
tricia Markuir; Mrs, Helen Favrot.
Mrs; Helen Thompson, Mrf-J.
! .Mrt; .Stringer. Others
attending the mBgwet2ffl
. l. i t v r m i Rector:
Helen Barrett, President p JoiJ
Cartotto, Vice-prewdeht Audrey
Kincaid, "Secretary and Marie de
r: y-...ijr T-Afrir: Also Cath-
Harrold,1' Agnes Hannigan, EUen
Korean Bomis Is -Avmlable
Among the participans who will
attend the demonstration will be
cerain officers of Reserve compo
nents in the Canal Zone. All ofti
cers will. attend the day-long map
exercise on a ."need-to-know" bas
The exercise will be built around
the corps in the approach march,
attack and defense with both sides
using tactical atomic weapons,
v Presentation of the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration will be certain officers of Re
serve components in the Canal
Zone,' All officers will attend the
day-Ions map exercise on a "need-to-know'
' The exercise will be built around
the corps in the approach march,
attack and defense with both sides
using tactical atomic weapons.
Presentation of the demopstr demopstr-tion
tion demopstr-tion begins at 8 a.m. and ends at
Col. James M. Shepherd Is !chief
of the team which will present the
demonstration. The other team
members are Lt. Col. James J.
Donahue. Lt. Col. Williim D. Drak
Lt. Col. John K Walker. Jr. and
MaJ. Archie R. Hyle. AH team
members are from the staff and
faculty 6f the Army's Command
ana General Staff COLLEGE F
After completing the exercise at
Fort Amador, the team will an in
Puerto Rico where they will again
stage the demonstration for the
commanders and kev tff nffi
WASHINGTON -r'fPac. S and S) of U.S. Army Forces Antilles and
Army Surplus Hem
Sale Slated First
Two Weeks In April
The Property Disposal Office an
nounces two sales Of surnhn i-
tems during the first two weeks
The first sale is scheduled for
April 1 at 9:30 a.m. in buildine
JNo. 70S at Corozal. Items Jor sale
inciuae typewriters, duplicating
machines, single bedstead, folding
bed, mattress, straight office
chairs, typist chairs, adding ma machines,
chines, machines, portable typewriters, mo motor
tor motor driven cash registers, sound
recorder reproducers and many
miscellaneous items. They are on
display at Corozal,
April 15 is the late of the sec second
ond second sale. It will begin at 9:30 a.m.
in building No. 706, Corozal. For
sale are a steel fuel oil tank with
a 7,000 gallon capacity and a die-
sei eiectric generating plant con consisting
sisting consisting of a diesel engine, an elec electric
tric electric exciter, switchgear, compres compressor,
sor, compressor, fuel pump, etc. Both These i-
tems are on display at Fort Da
For further information contact
!,);.. nHiriali said this week
that eligible servicemen ne1r
ans must apply before April t.
195T, td; receive the state fean
b This whff lived V tnaitn'tt for.
year prior to' Induction may be
..m th hnnm tirovidinc they sert-
i in the armed forces between i
June 27 1950 and July 27. 1953,
and are entitled -to the Korean
Service Tibboo or received a serv service
ice service eonnectd disability betwon
those dates, according to the State
Veterans Department. ,.-
Applicaions must be made
mail o the .bonn division. 431 Jr?
Meridsn Sk. Indianapolis. Ind., to
be received before midnight April
1. .''- ' ' .'
' A reouest for the bonus form will
be sufficient to protect the In'ere
o I-! residents In.Uie sen'ices, ;
th officials said.- i
0!d29 Wreck j
Pcroyered In Sea
Off Italvs Coast :
TRIESTE, Italy. March 23 (UP)
The ; wreckage ot-a VS. B29
Firing Fortress shot down by Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man anti-au-rraft in 1945 was re recovered
covered recovered in the Adriatic Sea here
yesterday with the skeletons of
TTie wreck wis in the waters of
rortorr.se Gulf rear Pirano, s
f-rrrrr I'al.ai arcs swarded to
Vv"!n!i ar.er World Har IL'
"re I '3 fh" dw,- iIt'."
r- rr la -t c pis of Hor'
' r J Fr r r r,e, rrcn
certain selected officers of the Re
serve components and Nation
Guard In Puerto Rico;
easy shampoo way
Goes To Publisher
Of New York Times
TEANECK, N.J1., March 23 (UP)
Arthur Hays Sulzberger, presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent and publisher of the New
York Times, received an honora honorary
ry honorary doctor of laws degree from
Fairleigh Dickinson University yes yesterday
terday yesterday in recognition of "contribu "contributions
tions "contributions to education through the
-world of ideas."
'Sfour Interest in education and
its problems is reflected in. the
columns of your great newspaper
with its world-wide influence," the
Sulzberger, in accepting the de de-degree
degree de-degree at ceremonies on the uni university
versity university campus, said be accept
ed the honor as. a representative
of the entire Times staff.
". . It is the combined think
ing snd action of the whole staff
that makes the New York Times
what it is and gives Its policies
strength and continuity of pur
pose, be said.
Army Has 9 Jobs
Open to llon-US
The Civilian PRERSONNEL 6
U S Army Caribbean, announces
several job vacancies open to non non-U.S.
U.S. non-U.S. citizens: a bindery worker
and film assembly stripper both
permanent positions and seven
Bindery worker qualifications in include
clude include 18 months experience in ap apprenticeship
prenticeship apprenticeship training or expperie
gains din bindery and printing of
the type done by commercial es establishments.
tablishments. establishments. Applicants must be experienced
in the operation of a power-driven
folding machine which sets margin
guides, regulates motor speed
etc.; snd setting up, operating nad
performing periodic maintenance
of power driven stapling, punching
and perforating bindery equipment.
Qualifications for film assembly
stripper are at least six months of
experience in mm sssemDiy wui
invnivins simtilc ODacfuing a i a
stripping or a trade school In off offset
set offset printing.
Annlicants should, be familiar
with th terhniaues used in assem
bly, stripping snd opaquing of pho photographic
tographic photographic negatives and positives
used in offset reproduction of pam
phlets, manuals, maps, posters,
There are seven clerk-typist o o-penings.
penings. o-penings. Applicants must pass a
typing test with a minimum of 45
words per minute, and apply in
person at the CIVILIAN Personnel
Office, building No. 23, Corozal.
Applications for bindery worker
and film assembly stripper should
be addressed to Civilian Personnel
Division, U.S. Army Caribbesn,
Drswer 45, Fort Clayton. C.Z., or
delivered to the Civilian Personnel
Office, building No. 23, CorozaLv
Diablo Camera Club
To Present Program
At Balboa YMCA
Next Tuesday, th Diablo Cam Cam-tra
tra Cam-tra Club will present the program
"Hunting with a Camera" as part
of the Balboa YMCA-USO's Out Outdoor
door Outdoor adventure program. Eugene
K. Derr, president of the Diablo
Camera Club, will be the speaker
ana act as spoKesman ior me ciud
Derr has been on the Isthmus
for the past 17 years, most of this
time with the Army n-ngineers. He
reports a long interest in photo photography,
graphy, photography, having been associated
with the local club since 1951.
This program, being a Diablo
Camera Clob proiect, will show
many examples of the outdoor
photographic possibilities in Pana
ma, using tne Desi coior miubs
submitted by club members. The
following dub members have con contributed
tributed contributed slides to the program:
Faye Minton, Chas. Brandl, Ben
and Helen Chlsholm, Mary McEw McEw-en,
en, McEw-en, Faye L. Clark, Ken Eastridge,
Sadie Haigh, Frank Bryan, Flor Florence
ence Florence Mallet, Gene and Lema Derr,
Lydia Czapek, and Pete Foscue.
Theslides wil cover people, a a-nimals,
nimals, a-nimals, flowers, and many inter interesting
esting interesting and historir places in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. This program, which starts
at 7:30 p.m. at the T is open to
both service and civilian person
MANILA. March 23 (UP)-Pre?
ident Carlos P. Garcia last nieht
formally accented Charles E. Boh
len as new U.S. ambassador to the
Bohlen now is ambassador in
Moscow. He will succeed Albert
F. Neufer who died in Manila aft
er a heart attack last -November.
Sources said the State Depart
ment was being urged to
nonien to Manila quickly as a re result
sult result of the political situation
created by the death of President
Ramon Magsaysay in a plane
crash last Sunday.
Hard School of Music in New York
wiy. ueiort coming to the Canal
Zone she was for eight years the
organist of the largest pipe organ
in Pittsburgh, Pa. During this
time she was the organ accompa accompanist
nist accompanist and continuity writer for the
radio program of Edwin McCue
me gospel singer on the nation nationwide
wide nationwide broadcast over the N. B. C.
I the dedication service Sunday,
she will play two organ numbers,
"O Divine Redeemer", by Gounod
as a prelude, and "Grand Trium Triumphal
phal Triumphal Chorus" by Guilmont as the
postlude. During the evening serv service
ice service her two numbers will be "Pre "Prelude
lude "Prelude and Fugue in D Minor" by
Bach, and "Grand Chorus in C"
Magsaysay's death in an elec
tion year boosted the political
stock of a number of anti-Ameri
can political leaders, Including
Sen. Claro M. Recto, Magsaysay's
arch enemy who has stated that
he favors indian-style neutralism
for the Philippines,
Participating in the dedication
service, Elmer Stevens will review
breifly the music history of the
church; the Scripture reading will
De lea Dy Lloyd Peterson; the
"charge to the musicians" will be
given by Robert Snyder; the de
dication prayer by the pastor: and
the solo response by Webb Hearne
singing "Bless This House." The
morning message by Pastor w. H.
Beebv will continue in the "Book
sendiof Ruth," "Gleaning In the Field
The morning service at 10:30
will be preceeded by the Sunday
School at 9:30 under the direction
of Robert Snyder. The Training U U-nion
nion U-nion and New Members Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship meet at 6:30, followed by tht
evening service at 7:30.
The pastor will begin a new se series
ries series of pre-Easter messages on
the "Faces about the Cross". The
opening message will be, "Caia "Caia-phas.
phas. "Caia-phas. the Expediter". Everone is
invited to all of the services.
Suffers Bus Crash
Accident In llepal
JCATAMANDU. Nepal (UP I
Several members of the Tom
Slick "abominable snow man"
hunting expedition were injured
slightly recently in a close brush
with death, reports reaching Kat Katmandu
mandu Katmandu said today.
information received from Bit?
nagar said a bus carrying mem members
bers members of the expedition to Dharan
plunged into a ravine last Thurs-
dy and that several members
were shaken up snd were given
first aid treatmnt.
A Nepalese party leader who
met the Slick party trekking from
Dharan the day after the crash
said he found all members in
The reports said the bus driver
intentionally rammd the bus into
a house rather than let it falL,
into a deper ravins on the other -side
of the road. The only casualty.
in the house was one s m a 1 L
Slick, a Texas oil man. Is taking.
his expedition into hte Himalayas
mountains in hopes of photograph
iMrt 4h a lartAKfltru "atiAMiiM.klAl
ing the legendary
snowman said to
Leaders Reach r
Unity On Views
MOSCOW, March 23 (UP4'
Soviet and Hungarian leaders
have reached "full identity of
views" in negotiations here tilt'
top questions involving' rela relations
tions relations between the two countries,'
Soviet sources said today.
The sources said the topies
wert political relations, Soviet
economic aid and the status of
the Soviet srmed forces in
The sources did not elaborate,
but Hungarian Premier Janb'
Kadar and Soviet Premier
Nikolai A. Bulganin indicated last
night that Budapest-Moscow ties
would be tightened in all respects!
Topples On Boy
FRANKFURT, Germany, March
23 (UP) Peter Fieberg. 9. died"
today of injuries suffered when a
food vending machine toppled over
Police were unable to determine
how the six-foot machine, packed...
with chocolate snd sandwiches.
fell on the child.
BONN. Germany, March 23
(UP) President Theodor Heuss
today decreed Sept. 15 as the date
fnr a central election in West
Coast Guard Tows
Dead Whale Off
Belmar (NJ) Beach
B ELM AS, N.J, Msrc'z?))up
The Coast Guard tender Fire
Bush towed a U-foot deed whale
into the ocean today from a beach
where it was washed ashore two
The Fire Bush hooked its lines
to riggings wrapped around the
soge mammal sod eased the
whale off the beach while 1,000
The Coast Guard planned to
tow Jhe notorial into the Gulf
oiresra snd release iU
.' i ".'.iy t'ue fellowship . thrill to the
hvai'i'-liftiiig music... worship in a soul soul-satisfying
satisfying soul-satisfying atmosphere. Your heart will be
filled your burdens lifted.
f:Jt StTNDAY SCHOOL
, -The Snndsy School teaches from e book
The BIBLE. The methods sinited with
-the best Book.
ll:e-"WHAT THINK YE OF CHRISTT
; YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
Jet Cadets Grade 4 through 1.
V Hiffh Schoel Grades and np
T:M "THE TWO- WITNESSES DURING
Whs are they? Have they lived earth
before? Why arc they eeming?
' What happens to them after death?
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RELIEF FOR REFUGEES Hostesses who want to know how many will show up
for dinner would go crazy at Camp Siezenheim, Austria, where as many as 600
Unexpected Hungarian refugees drop in. Red Cross has worked out a system.
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A CHARMING CHURCH In the small town of Ohe, not far from Hamburg, stands
this wooden church that is typical of many such houses of worship in Germany.
SUNSET ON THE WHITE SANDS The White Sands, near Alamogordo. N M., re resemble
semble resemble granulated sugar, but the dunes are almost pure gypsum. This natural
wonder covers some 270 square miles. A portion of the Sands is a monument.
SERIOUS MOMENT, GAY MUSICAL The studio still photographer caught this
moment of tenseness as director Robert Leonard (left) and stars Van Johnson
and Martha Hyer watch an off-stage cameraman during a number for a musical..
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GATHERING OF PIPE CLAN Dr. Gebhard Mueller
(left), president of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Wilhelm
Kaisen, president of Bremen senate (center) and
West German foreign minister Heinrich von Brentano
smoke clay pipes in a ceremony honoring Bremen.
Ps 3s vv lis 1 jfs! k 4 1
SOLAR SENDER The rays of the sun or an incandes incandescent
cent incandescent light will operate this solar radio-phonograph
combination displayed at Chicago showf Pat Lee, Miss
Sunpower of 1957, tunes in the seven transistor cir circuit
cuit circuit radio. Unit is valued at approximately $5,000.
AT HOME IN ROME James Zellerbach, successor to
Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce as ambassador to Italy, joins
wife for a look at the garden of the luxurious Villa
Tayerna, residence of U. S. ambassador in Rome.
King Features Syndicate '
DOING HER DUTY Mrs. Ruth Dayan, wife of Gen. Moshe Dayan, chief of staff ,.
of Israeli's army, holds up a string of beads which represent one of the contri
buttons to her country. She heads group which makes objects for export t-
This Is a view of valley of
WITHOUT leaving your
armchair, you are go
ing to take a brief trip in into
to into one of the most isolated
regions on earth Nepal,
until now a "forbidden
kingdom" situated between
India and Tibet. It is no
longer "forbidden," thanks
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10 US piogiMve iinB
Mahendra, son of King
PMIlf ..1.1.1 J A
iriDnuvana; wno neipea 10
overthrow the rule of the
Ranas, powerful family
nidi uuilliuavcjj nc)idi lui
generations. This open door
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poncy was usnerea in oy
a $66 million development
program backed by Nepal,
India and the United
States. Nations in the Co Colombo
lombo Colombo plan for developing
Southeast Asia have al already
ready already backed many proj projects
ects projects there. King Mahendra
has promised his kingdom
the first free elections in
its history, beginning in
October. It won't be too
long before tourists from
the United States will be
sending back those "hav-
you-were-here" cards from
sending back those "hav
Nepal. In the meantime,
here are glimpses of what
they will someday see.
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Sunday BerTlMa ? MJ.
iui,dy School 16 aUjigee at.3 B
"Ton lrMatla) T ?atW."
Tnaada t i4i. Pray Maetlne ..,
irl Cnurch fLS.KS?
SM Anton Bouievaro.
Sunday 11 m Wedneday
Bunilay School jSp MJj- -i t t-).
). t-). church at Chriat, BtartBa,HalliB'
Lib Etreel Bolivai Uliibway
Sunday 1110 aJB- Wednetday I JO J-
a dtirf CHUBCH Balbaa
and S:00 p.m. .ia v, go
on Mondaya. fc n
Efiuh scnoot omur :
' SACKED lilAaTr Aceai
Sunday Mum: giS, M0
y Uj muaai: SM djn. and jao
.111 "' J ..aM at A:rara gmfl
BACKED HEABT Aacon
P-m i' aal. .. M BAA Bind
Conzessions: wwu.- wrT
7:15 to 8:00 p.iik Thuf- OtJlort
l'riday,L. a-U ta A:U tun. on
PUB LAOl Of ATIMACufnB
Sunday Maaa : t-i
holy iS.y Ma- t 830 p.rn,
Confaaiioai: g-00 to : pJta. a
urday. a -Aa ta 1ft
' 8T. JOSKrla-PaiaB
Sunday Uum t 700 and t:U mm.:
holyDayMaai t S0 M.
g30 to 7:au. .. i
Catacnwm uaw f
dt rrNrFJfr--PaamA City
r ? fill on Saturday tb Maatw
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)' -
i"nr.f.lona! Saturday t to :00 nd
7 (vo to 0 I'O p m. Thundaya before rum
rr.Hy 7.-0 p.m .-.. ..V
Uona of tha CroaK Friday 7 :00 W--techlem
CUaat After, 440
Sunday aj... and
Convan laa-i --
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.teJoBiJB. h f.n
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on Saturday-faO a.m.)
Catecntsxa yai c-
Monday. . gimilay.
ST. JOHJI APTIST tIELA SALLB
J.-TT i no a m!
gW. ang sai. ''"fTT-. U a m
g4o to ddS aad 70 to
5fiS!?a-a-., FrMM ttM
'Jn-. M ta Bitndav
Ceovert Oaas: Monday !M BJaV
tTl7T,(;-io te-740 Pjn.
Thursday. MM LW aS-SaK
a Hi, ad tburadgy.
jUMa-D arMna ; .. r.
Intuht Mntal! 1 45, IMdndtlllO-aB.
"Corlel.ior SaturdM 4 tot
: and i.
t. ss unt.e itl sag, to
fjaneniaiai 7 iii
First Friday Expoaitino of Moat Biese Biese-ed
ed Biese-ed anient all Gf ttopolo
First Sattiro .wBig- -of
rattma The Holy Rctj rn.
dren Mondays and Thursdays 040 to
T-00 Id is) da. After Boaary each ara-
I MlraeiUOta) awoai piinn
1 pta- Monday.
! rjitrrhhasi dais: Aftw f Btaae d
rm mcary isaiiin
rtrat Saturday: MaeB dt I) ads.
moii pawtlt aroBAartd)
Sunday Maaaes: gJH
Pint Sattarday Maaa: .....
Senrday ... Tg Ml
Mireculoua Medal Brea
Holy Day aaaaani 1M aJJ aJJ-Confeseian
Confeseian aJJ-Confeseian ... t P-M. to
Parish Pamlly Roamry and
11 M a au
lrt. rrtdey Deeettang ..
in. Saturday DeroUorai
H'rClJrTB Balyjaaer Cty
B-BBV OBaaVBJ Bt .ayay
Hoty Day w
' aod ao
40 to Idf and
.tv P m ""J f
Caavart One aie Honday at ld
rWl eanoi too paa
Bo4di 1B0 pm oe
crea ctaarv rt
IMM4CW ATP rONCtTTlO.t Gataai
4WtDOay Aiaaa: I -Li ase.
.1 ..1.1 aaat
Holy Bay Maes: IM DTn.
Canfanlanai d0 to 1M B am, OB Sal-
UtterniKm ciiaa. e w n.ni n anrmnay
OUB LAOX OP GOOD COIW01X
, '. I '" v-GamadO ' f
IBimrf.w vaa ana 04A a n.
Holy Day Hawaii g.-OO ajn. and S40
T I mt ea AM mJ.
after all evening devotiona. .
xapuania oy appoxnunem,
Miraauimia llalal Nnwanat f !D BLaa.
Maaianai a.aa am
sunoay school: gao gun. so Baoaay.
naliainna In.tnu.tlnf. m hl1.
wwxi e.uv p.m. an nursoay.
Bellgiout Inatruetlon for aduHa (Csn (Csn-duoted
duoted (Csn-duoted fta SpanJanjt taw 9-m an aton.
convert initrucUofia by appaintrflew.
The Bt Bay. K. Hebe Coedan, S.TJS.
The Vary Bev. Malnert A POIwiaae
. ' ANCON, CJI. "t--
TBM, CATHEDRAL OP ST. LtTKB
. y. SUNDAYS
7 :30 aJn holy CommunloA.
S0 a m "tf Communion 4tb Sun-
g:e m. Xscuela OominleaL
UX am. Morning Prayer .nil Sermon
Holy Communion. (Fint Sun-
1:00 pro. Avenins Prayer and sermon
i M a n. Holy Communion,
7:00 pit Ivenlng Prayer.
V. HOLY DAYS
tM m Holy Communion.
:3tf a m Holy Communion,
8:1S a.m: Uornlna Pr.vr
12:00 Miifday MjMlonafy Pray an.
Church of St Andrew
The Bev. WUllaaa W. Baldwin,
Holy Communion 7 Jt a.m.
Family Prayer and t
Church School t :30 Jn,
(Alio Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday, each month)
Morning Prayer As .Sermon U.00 a.m.
(Alto Holy Communion lit.
Holy Communion g:M am.
Caapel dt The Coed Beabard '
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayee,
g:00 a.m. Homing Prayer.
tH.Ct rt Friday. each dlonth),
- ;.Bt Siaaan'g C!bddf -'V
The lev,. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Choral Kuchkrlrt ond, 8ar
... ... ...
7:00 a nt
Church School Iw pjn.
Episcopal Young Churchman 10 p.m.
tMMM. rmt .inii ..... eaVfl at.m.
and FRIDAYS ,
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion tnO am.
Evening Prayer 1. 740 p.m
Woman1) Auxiliary, Xnd and
4th Thursdays ............ 130 SJB
ITOIT ., ....... ..w
- - -M m
0iwiui mj w. ............
venma rrayes? ........... rw aw
ramuy lucnarwi ......v. a:a bjk.
Office of Compllno M pjs.
' -; 1A BOCA :
an. s-eiar w"i
The Bar. Jena Epees, Priest as Charge
Morning rTayar ano t-nurca
Choral Eucharist and Bes-
men ............a......... XO'JO OJB.
Holy lUpUsm ...j....... H"?00
Smmmi. and AJMrSSB .... 1 Jg SJB.
Woman's Auxiliary 3 P J" J"-THURSDAYS
THURSDAYS J"-THURSDAYS ar FEAST DAYS
' Chapel of the Holy Comforler
Yen, lTb. Shirley, Priest to Cfesrto
gJO sat. ttory -vwirnmirav
" MABOABITA f
Charch W St Marfan
EspavO and Brazes Blvd.
The Bev. lease K. Besew, Beetes
ta !. Holy comimmlaa
- M IA Church School
11:00 a m. Morning Prayar
Laat fiundav each. Montlv Holy Cora-
THURSDAYS end HOLY DAYS
I jo OJn. noiy -'
Chsoel ad Oar Sdvtoas
I JO aJB. nory t-errwremFm..
F ABA ISO -flu
Bev. Altaa B WsaO,
. s i i la riurrt
Tad Bev. uarta a
i Amreijorsl sWisrlat A Barmen
t:M asa. bitant BaT"m- i
10 Church School .
(heid to Building Bl)
I4d sa Youth FaUowBBra
a CO Bt- Frwnn and Alii SB)
Bad and tb WEDNESDAYS
ijoata wornans JsaBBuasir aa
tor tJuttd Meeung. ...
PA AM A CtTf
' a. Oiaira
rhe Lemael Bt grrtey.
. Tae mn ens bw snaa
SUNDAYS ... :
ta Buna Buctaanat as
H O am starntog Prayer
1140 nee hoty
7 twt IMn. rr?"Tna r".yw.
TrTURSUAYS AND iPTUDATB
Add S as. Hoty
CHSJST CHtTtCB sTY-TBE-SEA
" "tOosoatta Hc-4 WsaMngtdrit
Tha aev. jasaas re
14 am. rTory
0 a m. Morning Prayer.
0 a at. Choral Eucharist and Bamsa
100 asa. Chuicli fii heol.
7 JO pas. Soi.sns gisiissng, arts sa
4 h a m. ffotv Contmunton.
1 JO p as. Irening Prayer am
tat BJa. Adult ConflrmatloB CUmv
pan. Evening Prayer and MedlU-
. iioBU . c,.
tKW gJat, Children's Eucroilirt.
10:00 gjn. Junior Cotiflrmatlon Class,
730 B4B. Compllna and Meditation.
, ChBrUi at St Mary, the TtrgtB
The Bey. Joha A. Spaldiag,
Prlsst to Chargd
Sung Juieharlst ........... IBS gJB-
Chunh School ........... t:tt am
vens.ine and Sense. .... 130 p.
Holy Cotomunlon, ......a, tM lav
St Christopher's Charefc
10th Street, Farq.ua Lefevr
' Tha Bev. Clarence W. Hay as.
Priest la Chug
The Bey. Clarence A. CfagwaS.
. .Aaslitailt t.'
0.00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7 :S0 a.m. Sung Eucharist and St rmoffi.
10 JO aon. Morning Prays and Church
U:00 noon Holy Bapttsm. '
0:30 pa. Evanaong and Barmea.
I JO pan. 1st and sra. woman p ux ux-liarv.
liarv. ux-liarv. TUESDAYS
gJO pan. Jaaidf ueugniers a voe
7:S0 .m. Youth Fsllomhln, f
g:00 a.ra. Holy cornmunion.
pjn. Evening Prayer and Xeuglou
Inatructlons. .: -v..'.
g:oo pjn. uirar menaiy nociery,
g:00 Din. 1st and Srd. Unglatona,
MM BJn. junior tmiirniaaoD usss.
CHURCH OP THE NASARENB
An con. C.Z.
Mmtttert Bev, Elmer O. Nelson
Bos 48, An con, CZ. Balbo geOS
' Sunday School ........... .:
Morning Worship ......... 10:80 a.m
Youth Service g:49 p m
Evening Servles .......... 7:30 pjn
-NJTJ4.S. Service 1M pm
Prayer Mooting. Wed. .... 7 JO pm
" RATIONAL BAPTIST CPJtmCB
i Panamd Bt, 23rd Street East
mmm a. M. Broara. Mlnlttey
Uivma worsmp, ...........
Bunnsy ocnooa ............ -:
Sunday Masses f. 1M UM
Hii nhajt. aUT, SXinday gdnuo. at
, Meetings Thursday ai i:au F '"""
T a-nn m Win Maaaarlai.
luwwV" i. ,t
80S BaltMW Bead. Balboa,
. CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meeting. In the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School iu:uu a.m.
Sacrament Meeting ...... 0:00 p.m.
Primary; Monday J:30pjn.
Relief Society; Tuaaday... 9:30 a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 7 JO pj.
Telephon Balboa 4227.
BuHdlh( too, Schoolhousa Bead Cktua,
Sunday School, Sunday .. t: AJB.
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a.ra.
' Priesthood meeting Wed... 30 p.m.
Primary, Wednesday -..;., 0:30 pjn.
Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone. Gstun 204 or Criatdbal tttt.
CtWtJNDO, PBOTESTAITf CHURCB I
"A Warm HeAited Chnrcii",
MUtoa S Lehtlg, Wiuster
Phono Res. 03-711 Of. 83-SlOt
Sunday School g JO aas.
(A class for very age)
Morning Worship 11 M gjat.
Youth Fellowship 0:00 pjn.
Eevenlng Worshib' YKW pjn.
Prayer and Pralas Wsd.) 7:00 p.m.
A iburch nursey, At provided fa your
OLD CATHUtaC CRUMCB
, St Baphaol The. Arcssagal
13tb St Weal No 1
Hoty Eucharist: Bunday at t JO t m.
Tueadars. Wednesdays and Tburadav
Sacrament at UMfloa (Healing aer.
vice) First Sunday at eeca aoootb at
Psaam It r.
Bt See. T. .ernes. .& n Bishop
Meaning devotion a let l
FallnaniUB Wnrahm sd ....... UB I
Sunday Sctsnsl sj w.....w.
Uivud Aarvtod a .......... I JO I
44 First 6 tree
IJrtnlzael6a El Carmen. Psramat City.
. . M J
Thursdays. i... ...... .040 pja,
Ceiea. gth A Fssed Streets
Study CiiBus Thursdays, IJO pjav
BrnrEL BnssKm cbt?ch
- EspaUbs Bt, Peratoe, CI.'
Bev Waldaba H. Stewart Pastor
Sunday t U40 sxa. Worship sVa-vw.
1.40 pja. Sunday Setae,
7:10 PJn. Gospel Serviee.
Monday! 7 JO Young People's Soctery
Wednesdavt 7 JO Mid-week Cbristiar)
Thuraoayt s.w cnorr nanaaraai. -Fridayi
7 JO Waassn's Miasicaary So
ciety. -.. ... V
THE I'HUBLU OP OOO
72 Hghth Street Celaa
Bev. 4L W. Ciaadaaav Pasta
Sunday Sehei 0:20 gas.
Meming Worahip .. 20 JO am
sines ............... liSB bvjb
PlES'f CrlUaCH OP OOP
Y Car. JeaaeJos and Trhndad Sat s
Hair, Dew City, Caaal tvena i
Bar. O. W. 6Bhia. Psaaar
Morning Worship 04 am.
Sunday School .............. 10 JO aas.
Night Servlcd ........... 7J pm.
THE CHURCH OP COB
Sunday achool .............. 104k aas.
Morning Worship 1140 a-aa.
MigM Servles 7 JO pas.
tn CHumcB op oo ..
r PaBaasi City
Cad. TP sad atartsB Arssisjead aas.
Bot. Was, A, Jiiasis, rartar
Sunday Schawl ............. 4 aas.
Maanina WeaBBaa u MM
Night ttervtos ....... .w..... 7 J aas.
THE OrOBCH OP COB Bis Atsys
Meale Usrmr Be. isia
Sgggd 1 3 I
1 JO I
Night Sarvtm ...
) CrTTfJCrl OP GOO TTHiaauJl
Rev. B. E Wetaen. Overseer
Phone g-428. Bra 2U. Camboa
Caurrttaa at Parstaa. CX (Pee. and
Mrs Kernam, Q. vThyte). Cotoa. BP.
(Res; Fernanda Lsreneo), He Ahe)
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles RsyrMst. and
Cstrrd (Rev. and Mrs. CUrfnrd Greaves)
Sunday sad w Bereave awikee 4 aB
. Dise'e Brirtrta. CX.
. Bas its, asaa, M.
Spectal EnrVaars Bids. OtaMe Peiatits
FHWt. WW. ......... . w w wm
Werrhip Servtea ....,.. 10 a av
Youth Srvfcre 7- pae
franaiit la tin ...... 7: p.m
Bad. JNUO Study 4k Prsyer 7 J pja.
Posts and Bases
Sunday School :w,
Unrnina Wnrahln ............... 10.00
Churrh.tlma NurserV School,.. 10:00
.snnriav Menem lauuoina as
120) ..... ................ tOO
Morning Worship 10:20
; Thiirartav Evenmc Mid-Waek
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 0:00
Sunday School ................
Morning .Worship .............
Evening Worship ......... .it...
Worship Service, Madden Wye
Worship Service. Rio Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
WW VUV -
Offlcer'a Christian Union Thurs.. t
AIBROU& i sunwai am.: v i
Adult Bible Clan 1NCO Club).. 0J0
HmaliM Warahin ...... JO Aj 10:45
Youth feiiowship .............. tdO
nm vivii. BTiTrrm Rtuhnan
aanuni worsnns ...,....... m,w
Holy Communion tint Sunday
I tk utl BraaTriABTrRa ffltAPEL
xaomme worsmp .......... .w
(Holy Communion rim ounoay
Mavsl Radla Station. Summit... :00
Dally Mam "VJUi,i
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00
Confessions,. Saturday .. 0:30 &
Sunday t:00 A
Sunday Manes .......,.,7:45 &
Confessions Saturday ., 0:30 &
C.ti rA r mlanaaa
Sunday Masses ........ 8KK) ft
Monday Novena Devotions ....
Confessions aaturday., 040 as
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
rt-11 Vt.aa ....
. Saturday Mam .,...,.....
DUIMjr MMm. .........
1 Spanish', .w.... ,,..,
Novena Servlcea-Tuesday ......
US. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOR AIR FORCK BASS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Ttfesday .......;...:. .....
KYBB Wednesday Post- Chapel
Choir Practice,-,- Wednesday
' Post Chapel
FORT jCULtClt t, jh
Sunday Bchool ..n... ...
Youth Fellowship, nunoay ....
Bible Study) Wednesday ......
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Morning Worship ..............
Holy Conunuruon First Sunday
Sundsy Masses 7:48
Confess! one. Saturday .. t.-OO. 4k
U.8. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Sunday Mam ...a...
Creak Orthodox services ar conduct
ed at the Church of the Anunciation,
Via BeUsario Porraa, San Francisco de
la Caleta, PanamA City, RP4 and at
tna CMixen at at. Antnony, Averuoa
Melandes, Colon, HP., on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 9J0. For further Information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
Waelrlv Servkas to aB
Sabbath geheol 930 am. B
Divine Service 1140 SJO.
Youth's Meeting 4 JO pja.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
aWviea Id B.aa.
Pactfle Side PaBaaei es Balbaa Dlstrlet
Pastor W. H. Wailar TaL 29 J 3506
Caba Verde. Ave. F, d as oaaa as
CharrUla tsta Ha 17
Pueblo Hues s-A St between trd
and 4th Sta.
Ri Abaie 11th Bt. ae. n
Balbea Chaoai S44 GavilaS Ed. Bei-
bo (Sattrrday only).
aoaalaa OaitBaa reaaasa assi
Pastor Bubea Rais-
Panama, Cane Danen mm.
Cristobal, Uth at Bolivar Ave,
Gain boa A Frttoaea. .
IMstrle Paatee aW A. Ortaall
TaL No. 0-102
Gam boa Prattr raiaaaj rrqasaa,
AtkMttM SMe Ca4aa and
D.Mr. Mhlti TaL. BIS
Colon srd St A Central As. Crlete-
kel lata noiivar are.
Cantrat ecoeat nevusa ease sea, w
0WW 19 Ul wfTHinsi SB asa a ssrv tmm-mmt
Boee Bead. Balboa. CX BbW Nathan
KH.M I 1 I .1 I I.
Hervta Frtdav. IJ SJB.
ias pas ...
.. Mla.a W iaartai
jaagraaBMaaa Sal Shiailos lareea. Ava
atda Caa) sad Satis Street. Beam Vans
Paiaaa Cttr Bes nsaa saw aas.
"' itroim Mrrpnrpaa ewvBCBi
a aae Bt warn wamm
fO. Baa t
WUB Sl l I IS Bjatu
DHrtne ke rt Maresrlta fta
Mi'mwi Iaaiapal Cmareh)
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA ServlCB
V K-Q J 2
' d10 I
South West North East
1 da Pas 2 Pass
2 Pass .44 Pass,
Pass Pas ,'
Opening lead K
TODAY'S hand is No. 4 from the
Intercollegiate championships. -It
is s two-way par. North-South
must get to four spades and East East-West
West East-West must defeat the contract. If
North-South fail to bid four spades
then East and West get an automa automatic
tic automatic par since they have no chance
Thert Is 110 difficulty in the bid bidding.
ding. bidding. North chooses the two-club
response because he wants to ahow
both his strength and where most
of it is. When South rebids to two
hearts, North jumps to four spades
and South takes a look at his two
diamonds and passes quickly.
If West opens his sineleton club.
declarer plays the ace from dum dummy,
my, dummy, cashes the ace of hearts,
draws trumps, discards dummy's
diamonds on bis hearts and con
cedes a trick to the king of clubs.
However, a club lead' is not in indicated.
dicated. indicated. West should open his king
of diamonds. East must overtake
with the ace and return the suit.
West will win the queen and play
Now it is up to East to make the
killing play. He must ruff with the
jack of trumps.
This clay is known as the "up-
Dercut." If declarer overruns with
one of his high trumps then West
will make his ten-spot, it declarer
discards then East and West have
three tricks in and East will still
make his king of clubs.
At Bethel Mission
The Bethel Mission Church has
announced that due to unavoidable
conditions the parade scheduled
for 2 p.m. wil be called on out mat
the program for 3 p.m. wm go
through as scheduled tomorrow.
On this "program 12 ministers are
listed to participate. Disbursing
the adress will be anthems by the
Salem Mission Church Choir of
Colon, Panama Baptist Sanctified
Church. Chilibre Baptist, the Pa-
raiso Wesleyan and the rhurrn
choir, quartet by the 'King's our,"
Solon by the Calvary Baptist, trio
by the Nazarene Christian Church,
ana duet by me uunsuan at rana
Short anniversary greetings will
be delivered by the Keverenas at.
thur A. W. Crooks. Pastor. Gamboa
Lb Boca Baptist and President of
the Evangelical Ministers unincu;
6 J nrntM Ptn.ni Rentier Ar.
thur A. rZyistra, HOXO, Lester
Soerhglde, Editorial caribe; inou
Palmer, Chilibre Baptist; James C.
Brewster. Sunt. Christiean Mission
of Panama;' Captain Grant, Slva Slva-tion
tion Slva-tion Army and William Johnson,
Church of God, Bio adbjo. Tnr m m-vocatioa
vocatioa m-vocatioa will be given by the Rev.
F. H. Walters, the gcripture will be
regd by Envoy Moseley and the
Benidiction by the Rev. A. A. Vic Victor.
tor. Victor. The general public is invited
to the program which will begin
at I p.m. sharp;
A SUGGESTION AWARD CERTHTCATE goes to Benito Teles,
ca (left),, blacksmith Iri' thB welding unlt of the? Army Engi Engineers
neers Engineers Maintenance- Section, during ceremonies held recently
attCorozal. Ferdinand Espiau (right), foreman in the Build,
ing Maintenance section, presents the1 award. ; Telesca's prize prize-winning
winning prize-winning suggestion was to Install a concrete ramp into an
xygen-acetylene tank storage room In building 400 at Corozal.
IT. COL. M. JT. NATJDTS, post commander. Quarry Heights, is
presented on behalf of the Post of Quarry Heights a Certifi Certificate
cate Certificate of Merit for Safety by Brig. Gen. Louis V Hlghtower.
deputy commanding general, U.S. Army Caribbean. The post
received a rating of excellent in all phases of the 1958 acci accident
dent accident prevention program. Reductions in accldentsr 1958
was 80 per cent over 1954 and 1955. fUS. Army Photo)
cJke Xord jCoves Ulan SCnd Desires
Svery TYlan c9o Know Cnd JCove (Him
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)'
Most people become Christian in their early years years-let
let years-let us help your boy and girl know
Christ as Saviour,
10:40 ORGAN DEDICATION SERVICE
; , Officers of the Church participating
' ; "Gleaning In The Field of Grace -Studies
in the Book of Ruth
':3()--BAPTTST TRAINING TJNION
7:20 "CAIAPHAS THE EXPEDITER''
A Series of Pre-Easter Services
' RADIO OUTLET HOXO 760 Kcs.
' William H. Beeby, Pastor
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED
jCD3to (50GO ro
' ' t
r agk fix V,,
m 1 PANAMA ASHERICAIf ANLgPENPEMT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATL'IISJAY, siArxn tJ, i::;7
Pascual Mfr ; vMuifleri-- To.
pPitchers Go Nine Innings
In Grapefruit League Play
p By JOE SARGIS
NEW YORK, March 23 (UP) Johnny Klipp Klipp-!
! Klipp-! stein and Camilo Pascual became the first pitchers
lo go nine innings in Grapefruit League play today
as the maior league managers stepped up tneir min miners'
ers' miners' schedules with an eye to opening-day assignments.
Klippstein didn't walk a bat batter
ter batter and yielded only seven hits
to give the Cincinnati wetucgs
2-1 victory over the Detroit Ti Ti-gers
gers Ti-gers yesterday while pascual
struck out 10 and scattered nine
hits last night in hurling the
Washington senators to a .7-2
triumph over the Brooklyn
! Klippstein who had a 12-n
fitecord in 1956, shut out the Ti Timers
mers Timers until the ninth inning
Jwhen an error by outfielder Pete
jwhisenant led to an unearned
-run Ted Kluszewski, who also
went nine innings for the first
kime this spring, singled after
iSmoky Burgess' triple in the
!u.Brir.h .innintz to drive-in the
decisive run in the Redlegs
ninth win in 14 games.
Pascual, who is much ad admired
mired admired by Casey Stengel de-
' spite a 6-18 record last season,
ftimply had too much stuff for
lhe Dodgers as he hurled the
1 Senators to their sixth win in
13 games. Pascual, fresh from
the Cuban Winter League In
, which he won 15 games, allow allowed
ed allowed only one earned run.
It was the ninth loss in 13
games for the Tigers but man man-1
1 man-1 ager Jack Tlghe found consola consolation
tion consolation in a strong seven-Inning
mound 'performance by Jim
Bunning. Bunning, 9-11 with
Charleston and 5-1 with Detroit
last season, yielded only six hits
in seven innings.
Rrooklvn's loss wasn't toft
hard for manager Walt Alston
to take either because 27-game
Svinner Don Newcombe shut out
the Senators for four innings
find still hasn't yielded his first
tallv of the spring.
Bob Buhl of the Milwaukee
Braves and rom aiuraivani ui
the New York Yankees also
came up with powerful perform performances
ances performances which indicated they'll be
ready, if called upon, for opening-day
Buhl, an 18-game winner and
victor over the Dodgers eight
times in'il95, allowed two runs
od' five hits in seven Innings
the Braves scored a 4-3, 10 10-Innlng
Innlng 10-Innlng verdict over the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates. Joe Adcock hom-
,the game in the 10th when he
singled on an attempted pitch pitch-opt
opt pitch-opt to drive in the decisive tal-
Sturdivant, a 16-game winner
last season and victor over the
Dodgers in the fourth game of
the world Series, walked only
two and allowed three hits In six
Innings as the Yankees beat the
"Most amanzing suspense
drama ever made."
N.Y. Herald Tribune
PICTURE (with Spanish
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Bee It from, the beginning;
iChd don't reveal its sur--prising
Showing At Your Service
2s3l 4:30 (:3S
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PARAISO 6:15 7:M
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CAMP BIERD :L5 7:45
REBEL IN TOWN
- Also: -MAN
- B.CX FROM
' Reasonable Dabt
Kansas City Athletics, 3-0. It
was the fourth shutout by the
Yankees staff this spring and
marlaed the world champions'
eighth victory in 13 games,
Walt Moryn and Ed Wince Wince-niak
niak Wince-niak homered in the 11th In Inning
ning Inning to lift the Chicago Cubs
to a 5-2 triumph over the
Baltimore Orioles. Bro o k s
Robinson, 19-year-old rookie
third-base sensation, collect collected
ed collected three hits in five tries for
the Orioles to boost his Spring
average to .368.
Rookie outfielder Harry An Anderson
derson Anderson drove in three runs with
a homer in the first inning and
knocked in the winning run with
a sacrifice fiy in the eightn to
provide the Philadelphia Phillies
with a 4-3 decision over tne fat
Louis cardinals. Curt Simmons
went five Innings for the Phil
The New York Giants Jumped
on Mike Garcia for five runs in
,the fourth inning and went on
to defeat the Cleveland Indians
8-4. in a nieht eame at San Die
go, Calif. Max Surkont, the win
ner, and rookie Pete Burnsiae
held the Indians to seven hits.
The San Francisco Seals of
the pacific Coast League beat
Bob Porterfleld and the parent
Boston Red Sox, 5-2, in anotner
night game on the West Coast,
PITTSBURGH (UP) Duquesne
has accepted an invitation to play
in the Dixie uasslc tsasKeiDaii
Tournament at Raleigh N.C
Dec. 26-27-28. Also in the tourna
ment are fpur Atlantic Coast Con
ference teams yet to be selected
St. Louis University, Northwest
era and another guest team
NEW YORK (UP) John
Smyth. 6-foot, 5-inch Notre Dame
captain, will play for the College
All-Stars in the annual coasi-io
mast basketball tour aeainst the
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y
(UP) Sugar Ray Robinson
wpieheH In at 170Mi pounds on
Wednesday after sparring six min
utes and doine the equivalent of
five rounds of cvnvwork in his
first "live workout" for a return
match with middleweight cham champion
pion champion Gene Fullmer at Chicago, on
Todnv Encanto .35 .20
Yul Brynn-er In
Robert Arthur In
"Desperados Are In Town"
Today IDEAL .20 .10
James Stewart In
"Strategic Air Command"
Sheila Ryan in
"Fingerprints Don't Lie"
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:0
"THE LAST JVAGON"
Sun. The Last Hunt"
"STAB IN THE DUST"
Sun. "Arttsts and Models"
MARGARITA 615 8:3o"
rLUST FOR LIFE"
Sun. The LasTwagon"
THE BEST THINGS
LIFE ARE FREE"
Sun.-Mon. "Bos Stop"
I SANTA CRUZZ l:H :4
("Alexander The Great"
Sal Mlneo In'
ROCK. PRETTY BABTC
Also: '. " ";;
Esther Williams In
THE UNGUARDED MOMENT
HIGH HURDLES Way ahead even-at the first hurdle was
event for Balboa with a time of 16.3. (Tom Thompson photo)
Play in the Esso golf tourna
ment at the Panama Golf Club has
reached the finals and the cham
pionship matches are sheduled for
this weekend. Rey Valdes downed
Bill LeBrun by a 3 and 1 margin to
earn the right to meet Balboa's
golfing dentist Dr. Herb Mitten for
the crown of 1957 Esso champion.
Doc won out over Harvey Beall
by a 3 and 2 count to survive the
The match between Valdes and
Mitten will be a 36 hole affair and
it is expecttd that it will be a
close fight all the way before one
or the other or these two line gon
ers earn the rigntt o tne capital
prize being sponsored- by tne &sso
Company of Panama.
In the 1st Flight" competition it
will be Bob Walker versus W. H.
"Dunlop" Dbel Bob won a hard
fought 2 up victory over Pablo
Duran to reach the finals while
Doel experienced an even harder
battle in side-lining u. Halman by
a narrow 1 up edge, isotn oi mese
mashie-swingers will be compelled
to go at least 36 holes before it
is decided who gets tne capital
Esso prize and who will have to
be satisfied with the runner-up
The Championship consolation
flieht is already in the record
books as Mike Moreno took a z ana
1 well earned win over Dr. J.- J.
Massot to capture the Esso award
in this division, moreno reacnea
the finals by downing Al Saarinen
and 4. Massot upset Al torsaie
In the consolation flight of the
1st Flight it will be George Boyd
going against Captain Harrington.
Bovd drew a default to become a
finalist. The canai pilot naa 10 get
there the hard way by meeting
and defeating C. A. Arm an 2 ana
All of the above matches are
expected fo be good ones and as
always the Esso tournament an
nual event nas again stacxea-up as
ont of the finest to be held for the
Panama Club members, tne
prizes' are beautiful, thanks again
to Esso, and it is .expecLea inai
the award party. to follow later on
will also eo in tne dooks as an
The annual banquet of the
Atlantic Teenage Leagu will
take Dlace at 'the Margarita
Service Center Thursday, Mar.
28, starting at p-m.
All officials, nana gers,
coaches and players are re requested
quested requested to be on hand tn ad addition
dition addition to umpires Doekery,
Kaodria, Ball, Charles Detere,
Rinehold and scorers' Van
Winkle and Clark.
Best Thlnrs in
: 1 Also:
CHS Edges Alumni 14 to 13;
Mike Rock Takes Batting Lead
ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Second Half Standings.
Won Lost Pet
Powells ..... 6 2 .750
C. H. S.
CHS 14, CHS-Ahimni 13
CHS-Alumni va Powells
By TREVOR SIMONS
- in one of tho most free and
high scoring games of the sea season,
son, season, the .Cristobal High School
Tigers nosed out the Alumni,
outlasting them by a 14 to 13
count Neither team did any
hitting that should have ordin ordinarily
arily ordinarily amounted to that type of
scoring. C.H.S. had eight and
the AJuroni nine; but Alumni
pitchers, starter Raul Swalm
and reliever Johnson who was
charged with the loss gave up
an even dozen walks while their
team-mates did nothing to help
the situation as they committed
C.H:S. used a nair of nitchers
too. Phil Hadarits started and he t Gibson w ih n
i i .: .,.11.. .nJ ,.!. ..' iu
surrendered six walks and five
hits before giving way to Ray
Croft who was credited with his
fourth win of the season. Croft
gave up only one walk, but was
nicked for lour nits m ma ioux
Innlrur tour of-duty.
C.H.S. defense was at a low ebb
too, allowing eight boots to add
to the high scorinar anair. aam
my Newhard, C.H.S. third base
man, had 3 for 5 at tne piate to
lead his team's hitting, while
Bob jOrvis contributed two hits
in four tries for the losing -fort..
Donald Humphrey did the
unusual In drawlnu five free
passes and scoring four runs In
no official trips to tne piate.
Rock Takes BatUng Lead
Mike Rock's batting average
dropped 17 points, but he got
the required number oi times at
bat to now make him eligible tor
the battjng crown. His .435 still
leads the pack though the mar
gin is now narrowea wun urn-
son's .429 and Dedeaux .407 right
right behind, the CHS-Alum-
Powells Try For Clincher
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:38
at Mt Hope Stadium, Powells
will try to put an end to the
championship race as Gibson I
once again takes to the hill a a-sralnst
sralnst a-sralnst the. cellar dwelling Alum
ni nine.: A Powells win will put
an end to Jasper's chances- of
winding un th second half In a
.Though Powells Is generally
conceded the championship, the
V ICTORI A
. ; Also: .- ; ;.-
Balboa'a Bob Toothman.
kers Rate Kansas
batting crown Is still very much
at stake and all three contend contenders
ers contenders will be seen in action at the
Stadium tomorrow afternoon.
Dedeaux and Gibson, battling it
out for Powells, while the Pow Powells
ells Powells chucker has the chance of
stopping Rock's bid to curtail
what appears to be a clean
sweep of all awards by Powells.
The box score:
C.H.S.-Alumn Ab R H Po A
Hammond 2b .... 4 2 0 1
Fehlberg ssx. .... 5 0 1 0
Orvis 3b, lb 4 2 2 2
Rock cf 4 3 1 1
Bell rf 2 2 0 2
Blevens lb 1 0 1 1
Prather 3b 2 1 1 0
McGraw If 1 0 0 2
Nolan If 2 1 0 0
Bowling c 4 0 18
Swalm p ........ 2 1 l l
Johnson p 1 11 0
32 13 9 18. 6
Humphrey c 0
sasso 2b 3
Kulig as ; . 2
Croft, rf, p 5
Rankin cf 4
Newhard 3b 5
30 14 8 21 e
Score By Innings
CHS-Alumni 300 602 213
Cristobal Hi 234 203 x 14
By HERBERT MOISE
. RAINBOW CITY Hundreds of
angry, disappointed Softball fans
returned home Wednesday when
the Margarita Stars failed to get
cuuugn men to new in what would
have been their debut in the Ruin.
BOW City Opn Classification Soft-
Manager Bill Dunnine wax ax
mad as anv one on the fipin
his 19-man roster proved to be
nothing but a number, as o n 1 v
eight of hte players were ready to
play ball. Dunning and his boys
played again Thursday and lost a
wriuer 4 to 2 add to their forfeit
defeat just one day earlier
Heard in the stands and asked
of the league board what punish-
ment would be taken asainst the
Mars tor tauing to show up for
their first game, the board made
it clear that Dunning has lost his
forfeit and 'would have to put up
another before he could play on
This has been aa unprecedented
event in the league and we urge
the directors to do something dras
tic in order to prevent such em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing situations in the fu future.
ture. future. A fine at this stage of the
situation wil not be effective, nei
tber would a stern warning, but
something of a bond that would
insure the presence of a team in
its first four games skenld be
thought of by the league.
We would recommend that the
forfeit be such for the first four
games that the managers of these
teams would make it possible to
field a team in the early stages
of the season. We would further
suggest he managers get some
guarantee monetary. If possible
.from each player se as to in-
won the 110-yard high' hurdla
KANSAS CITY. Mo March 23
(UP) Odds-makers, impressed
by Wilt Chamberlain's fabulous
talent for scoring and rebound rebounding,
ing, rebounding, rate Kansas a 10-polnt favor favorite
ite favorite over North Carolina in to tonight's
night's tonight's NCAA championship bas
Kansas won its berth with an
easy 80-56 win over San Francis
co while North Carolina, ranked
No. 1 in the nation., gained a
thrilling 74-70 victory over Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State after three overtime pe
riods last night.
San Francisco coach Phil
Woolptrt summed it op this
"h big factor was w didn't
,'Th big factor was w didn't
conn in th other four rnsri.
Chambsrlain is no on man
team; thtrs it no such thing. H
hurts you on th boards, but th
othr four men hurt you wors."
The towering goal getter was
brilliant, as usual, getting 32
points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
Worth Carolina's great juenme xios xios-enbluth
enbluth xios-enbluth lived up to his press no notices
tices notices with a 31-point performance.
Tonight's game is one the na nation's
tion's nation's basketball fans have waited
for all season. Kansas has b e e a
rated No. 2 most of the season
with North Carolina, unbeaten
now in 31 starts, ranked at the
Coach Frank- McGuire of North
Carolina said the Machigan State
aqueaker was "one of the tough toughest
est toughest games we've played this sea-
1 son and we feel very lucky to
0:have won it."
1 Michigan State coach Froddy An An-1
1 An-1 derson said, "I feel our team did
0 the best job it could do. Fate just
1 i had it we weren't supposed to win
o this one. We had all kinds of op-
0 1 portunties, but so did noth CarolU
0 na before it finally won it."
Th tough North Caroliaa-Mich-tgan
Stat struggl was th sec second
ond second longest in NCAA playoff
history. Caniiius had fo go four
vrtims to bt North Caroli Carolina
na Carolina Stat, 7T-78, In th first bound
at Nw York lait var.
Deadlocked 29-29 at halftime, it
was 58-58 at the finish of stan
dard playing time, 64-64 after the
first overtime and 66-66 after the
Kansas, which had expected a
great battle with San Francisco,
breezed through with little pres
Kansas coach Dick Harp said
his team's "second heald fast
hreak was a big factor in break
ing things up. We were able to get
that initial start off the boards and
that was a big help. I'm very hap
py for four kids.
Loop Playoff Final
Game Starts 7:15
The final game of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Teenage League cham championship
pionship championship playoffs is scheduled
for Monday, March 25, 7:15
p.m. (not 7:30) at the Meant
The Bukk and Mottas clubs
are deadlocked at one victory
each in the best of three final
sure his presence not only for the
early season but throughout the
campaign. Of course, this money
should be returned to -the players
oy tne manager.
HERE AND THERE: Harry
Sterling has been named official
photographer-for the RBCOCSL.
Cecil Robinson is dom plaining a a-out
out a-out the long layoff Cerveta Bal Balboa
boa Balboa is. having. .Astor Lewis is
the hardest working ileague offi offi-riaL
riaL offi-riaL He is part time iborer,
groundskeeper, secretary and trea treasurer.
surer. treasurer. .Lt. Jack Smith was hon
ored by the league daring the
midweek. Jack made the honored)
first pitch high and wide.
j Editor? CONRADO SARCEANT
Pacific Softball League
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
" Won tost Pet.
Lou Glud Agency 5 I ,833
u. n.v ran uquiao 4 2 .667
Hq.&Hq. 20th Inf. 1 2.. .333
JTasco Batteries I 3 ,250
Blatj Brewers I 4 ..200
BLATZ BREWERS ENTER WIN
COLUMN BY DOWNING LOU
y GLUD STARS
Blatz Brewers.', the' Pacific
Softball League cellar dwellers,
unauy entered the, win column
by downing,, the second .half
leaders, Lou Glud Agency, in a
tight contest, 7 to 4, on Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. r
This win, their second of the
entire season, was credited to
the ever-trying ace of the'Beeri
men, Red Keith, who pitched
brilliant ball while allowing the
Stars seven hits and no bases-on-balls.
Fritz Cheney of Glud
was the losing hurler. The Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men pounded, him for three ex
tra-oase wows and six singles.
Blatz Brewers took the lead in
th first inning on two runs off
Martin's homer to left. ln the
second, tne ; Brewers' catcher,
Selgel, hit one of the highest
and longest home runs of the
season to deeo left-centers Glud.
however, came in to tally three
big runs, added to one from the
second frameon a double and
two singles, three errors and a
sacrifice fly.: At the end of the
third, the sporting goods boys
took over by one run, 4 to 3.
After Blatz Brewers went two
Innings without scoring, in the
iuui, Hunter got on base on an
error charged to Lund then
scored after Martin setn his sec second
ond second hit to left. This tied the
score at four runs but Glud Stars
were unsuccessful in making any,
more runs i for the rest of the.
Keitn pitcned with great cour courage
age courage to limit the Stars to only
Perlcos .. .. 0
Furnas Take Conejos 4-3
In ons of the best and fastest
full seven inninir e-ames vet
played, the Pumas pushed across
uiree runs in tneir nome half of
the seventh to defeat the Cone
jos four to three Friday after
noon at the Fastlich League
For five and one half innings
the score board showed nothing
hut zeros as Schwarzrock and
Miner hooked up In a neat
pitchers duel with Miller,; who
was relieved by Klipper in the
seventh, getting the loss. In. the
top of the seventh Brandon led
off with a single down, third,
McNabb walked, then came three
successive squeeze plays by J.
Hearn, Stewart and Chassln
tnat went lor hits to account
for the Conejos three runs, in
the bottom of the sixth the Pu
mas broke the string of zeros for
one run on singles by Roe, Bar
ly and Schwarzrock, x'.5v.
With the Conejos leading three
to one, Jthe Pumas came to bat
for the last time. A Scott led off
with a double, went to third
wnen Marquard was safe on an
error, and scored on a single by
TAMPA. Fla. (UP)" Sitting it
out again this SDrine. muscular
led Kluszewski said today his sci sciatic
atic sciatic condition is "100 ner cent im
proved" and that he plans to go
gunning for the National League
batting title as soon as the bell
The huee. 235-nound Cincinnati
first baseman hat seen practically
no acuon in exhibition aames this
spring and there are already
some whispers that he msv he
favoring the same back condition
which sidelined him all last
j- -.',-,. -
"My backside Is a little tender,"
he admitted, "but it is 100 per
cent improved over last year. I
see no sense in rushing things,
though. I'm hist going to take it
easy in the exhibition games and
I plan to be In the lineup on open opening
ing opening day." v
Cincinnati Manager Birdie Teb Teb-belts
belts Teb-belts is allowing Klustewski to get
into shspe oa his own and isn't
concerned over his slugger's slow
Hell be all
says. "He looks
me than he .did last year at this
L ri T '-'. i ;. '.V
"; XV t Fct GB
4 1 .800'
3 1 .750 H
.. ., 4 2 .667 r i2
.. .. 3 3 .500 l2
.. 1' 5 .200 S
4; .000 3J4
three hits for the last four full
The ; cellar-dwellers ; winning
run came across the plate in the
top of the sixth-after Seigel con connected
nected connected his third hit of the fame,
a double,' and scored on Wilson's
Infield hit between tht pitcher
and the second-sacker. Two in insurance
surance insurance runs were scored in tht
seventh for the winners on twe
singles and Larry Jones' try on sv
hard hit ball to deep center -by
Having a perfect day at the
plate were Selgel and Martin,
both of Blatz Brewers,
i Score By Innings
Blatz Brewers 210 011 27
Glud Agency 013 000 04
The box scorej
Martinez. 3b ....
Acostar If, 2b, ss
Hunter, ss, 2b,, If
T nn.. Ik:
Sotomayor 2b,; ,s f
Lou Glad Agency
McArthtuv If i.. ;,.." 4
Malene, 2b 3
Jones, cf 4
liUna, 3b 4
ut, lb. 4-"01,l)f In
nson, e 3 lVi tj
LaMater, ss a, 19 u
wog, xi j, s o '0
vneney, p j r
' .. 30 4 7
Umpires: Marv, Methenv anrf V
Bob Carlln. Scorer: A mrv
Klamco to make tie score three
to two. Roe. thV Tirt. K.f.i.
wautea, Miiier was lifted for
Klipper who rot Barly and
Schwarzrock to fly out but Pearl
Jf1?!; li,.!Pklnfl Wooper to right
field that couldn't be held, and
the game was overM
Chassin for the Conejos had a
perfect day at the plate getting
four for four. Roe was the lead-
ing hitter for ihe.Pumas getting:
two for three.
The box score: s '
' v -
Conejos v at.
Stewart rf, cf 14
Scott, R. cf. 3b ii:...." 4.
Miller p, rf 4
Klipper 3b, p ,4i, 3
Brandon ss j. 3
McNabb c 2
Hern, D. If 1
an c ...
SUMMARY Two has Vlt.
A. Scott. Strike outs by Schwars-
rock 3, Miller 3. Walks off: Mil Miller
ler Miller 2, Schwarzrock 1. Left on
base: Conejos 7. Pumas 1 Fam
ed runs:. Conejos 3,; Pumas
Time of game: v J:25. Scorer: Scorer:-Dobson.
Dobson. Scorer:-Dobson. ., ,"v- ...
Chicago Cops Tckni
Golden Gloves Till
CHICAGO fUPl Jn Sh.w'.ml
Tommy Reynolds, two' Golden
Gloves champions from St Louis
had added luster for their remi.
They sparked the Chicago Gold Golden
en Golden Gloves team to the most one,
sided victory ln history over New
York in the 30th annual inter-city
matches, each scoring technical
knockout wins in the eight fight
The first four matches, Includ Including
ing Including the victories by both Reynolds
and Shaw, were on the national
Chiacgo took the team title. 1-1.
with New York's only victory
going to flyweiEht Albert PelL th
1356 champion at 118 pounds who
also won the NAATJ crown last
year. Pea punched out a decision
over Pat Moore, one of two non-
ens mpions who fought for Chi
The other Windy City non-cham
pion to appear was middleweight
Ernest McClendon snd he won a
decision over Bill Pickett
Other Chicago winners were
light-hesvyweight Ernest Terrell
over Ed Brsmlett, Brown McGhe
over Norman Smith at 128 pounds,
lightweight Billy Brages over Cm Cm-cent
cent Cm-cent Shorno, snd heavyweij-ht Jos
Hemphill over Lee Williams.
It was Chicago'sJl lsih it
arainst seven for New York and and-e;jht
e;jht and-e;jht tics 1a tie sthes.
f 'TT'ItDAY, STARCH 23, 1957
TEX FA5AMA AMERICAS AN fTOJEfEXOEff PAJOLT KEWSFAPra
Slantk Little League Championship P
.-.-.v. .1... 3
t NAUGHTY, f NAUCHTY Fighting bulls are supposed to
charge straight lorward and nearly' all do. This enables1 the
matador to show oft! a series of classic passes with his cape. But
.-sometimes a bull refuses to cooperate in his own death and
leaps crazlly about, like the one above; So he's rated a "bad"
i bull for giving- Matador Juan Silveti a very bad time in
if Mexico City's Plaza Mexico.
jst MPA Annual International
Golf Day To De Held April 6
l Beginning' today- and ending A-
tirt K Mo luinrarv m ice Asso
ciation's' 1st Annual International
Golf Day will take place. The
MPA is extending an invitation
for all golfers in the Canal Zone,
scratch and dub aliKe, to compere
against one of the;truly fine play players
ers players in the modern golf era, Jac Jackie
kie Jackie Burke .Jr. ..;u,Ci ::-:
.The object ;of the tourney is to
beat the score Burke compiles in
the Master's Golf Tourney at Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga., m April 6. Of eqial
importance however, this first in international
ternational international event w!H provide a
means for the military Police and
their friends, to strike a note of
charltable good iwill around the
world. i -i-.H'. ';t ;
An entrance fee of $1.25 has
been established and etrats may
lav 89 may as four tims pro-
viHitf thev 'submit a new entry
fee each time" they plX- One.,dol One.,dol-lar'bf
lar'bf One.,dol-lar'bf theJifibneV will .be turned o o-ver
ver o-ver to the Boy : Scouts' and Girl
Scouts to the Canal zone, ine re remaining
maining remaining twenty-five cents will be
forwarded to- the Military Police
Assbciati6n in Augusta to cover
th cost of the prizes.
AU play will be conducted under
the United States Golf Associa Association
tion Association rules and your local club's
existing regulations: AU s c o r e s
must be compiled over 8 holes.
In: the i event only a. nine-hole
course exists in your area, the
nine holes will be played twice to
-This is a handicap tournament
and Jhe MPA suggests that when whenever
ever whenever possible- a player use his es established
tablished established club handicap. However,
for those who do not have an es established
tablished established handicap the Callaway
System1 of Automatic Handicap
ping may be used. This system of
handicapping is explained in the
latter part of the story. All scores
must better Burke's score on A-
The only type of scorecard that
may be used in the tourney are
Mr A score-cards and tney may
be picked up at any Canal -Zone
golf course or any Military Police
unit in the Canal Zone. The $1.25
entrance x fee will be collected
when the : cards are Dicked ud
at any Canal Zone golf course or
any Military Police unit in the Ca
nal Zone. The $1.25 entrance fee
will be collected when the cards
are picked up; bcore cards may
be turned into any MP in the Ca-
All decisions on winning scores
rest with the Iternatjonal- Golf
Day Committee and v-their t deci
sions will be final. AU scorecards
should, be completed, signed and
attested by a playing partner, lo local
cal local coordinator or club profession
al -' :.-
The Callaway System of Auto Automatic
matic Automatic Handicapping is as follows:
Par or less Scratch
One or over par to 75
76 to 80 Worst hole
81to 85 Worst hole plue V4
next worst hole
86 to BO Worst hole plus Vi
91 to 95. Two worst holes
plus next worse hole
j 96 to. loo rnree worst noies
101 to 105 Three worst holes
plus Vi next worst hole
108 to 110 Four worst holes.
Ill to 15 Four worst holes
plus next worst hole
16 to 120 Five worst holes.
With only three wks to go
the Naval station seems to have
everything under control for
this half. By taking four point
from the Aces they moved three
points out In front, Hoppe's 640
series led the Navy and copped
the hiKh Class A Tor this week
as his teammate Blair took Class
B with a 532.
Powells held onto second place
even though they only, took one
point, from, the Police- Assn who
moved up into. third place. WaU
son was the only man over 5001
on Powells with a 524. Wha' I
hoppin, Rawhide, couldn't find
the pocket? Quest led the Cops
with a 581 series. ( 1
Casa yohros,-: without v their
Ace ?" Brown dropped four
points -to Wright Bros and fell
into 6ixth place. Even rolling ah
802 scratch game with, a blind
couldn't keep up. with the hot
puunoers. 1 j
A 632 and a 599 aeries enabled
Agenda Kam to take three
points from Butler even though
a 656 series rolled by Bensen was
against them. That series raised
your average five pins, Ed. Nice
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
(StanA'ngs March te) '.
Won Lost GB
Police Assn. ..
Casa Yohros .
Mutual of Omaha 8 l
Coco Solito Cubs ,. 6 3 2 1
Pirates ... 4 5 4 r
Police Pais .... 4 r 5 ; 4 ;
Coco Solo Braves ..,3 6 5
Coca Cola Bottlers.. 2 7 6
1 The last week of Little Leatruc
play began, on Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon as Mutual of Omaha piled
up their sixth straight win by
defeating the Coca, cola Botr
tiers 1 to' 0. t
Chuck Bath pitched four hit
Scoreless ball In picking up his
fourth win of the season, picky
Petersdn went the. routes for the
losers as he was chareed with
his, fourth loss. ; Both pitchers
kept, the hits scattered with on only
ly only Dick Roscoe and Rusty Field
getting two apiece.- Rosooe Bud
Wainlo and Chuck Bath- each
had a double,: the ..'only extra
base knocks In the contest. I
The standout catch df the dav
was made by Dougle Billison
er's hard hit sinking line drive
when he backhanded Dave Wlld-
along the left field line in the
to subdue a Cola
The box score:
Coca Cola Bottlers
f eierson, p
Stohrer, rf ....
Burns, 2b .....
Sanchez, 2b ...
Saunders, cf .,
quez.of the Cubs saved two hits
by smatt handling OX grounders
hit in his way.
The box score:
Coco Solltft Cubs
McNamee, 3b ss
Webber, c .... ....
Oulnn. ss. d
villamarzo, p, 3b
: Totals :
24 16 $
McElhone, ss ....... 3
Cooper, If ,v....,.i... 3
Carpenter, c i
Braytoh, 3b 3
23 9 9 1
24 0 4 1
Mutual of Omaha
Burza, 3b ..
Rief, rf .. 1
Highley, If O
Billison, If 1,
20 7 6 3
896 896 891 2683
& 4S 3b 4& 4lS. 9 fi
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6 v WEEK.END RELEASES
- flaming with
t .the -fire of d
3:05, 5:02, 6:59,
0.75 -- 0.40
A BARRAGE OF
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you ever roared
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871 876 872 2619
Score By Innings
Coca Cola 000 000 O
Mutual 102 Ota 1
Scor Bt Inninra
Cubs 000 1001 5
Pala 430 20x 9 5 I
The coco Solo Braves added
the Pirates to their lengthening
list of victims when they held
off a Pirate 6th Inning rally to
take a 7 to 6 decision in a game
Dlaved on Wednesday afternoon.
Carlos Seabolt pitched the
complete game for the Braves
for his fourth win. L. J. Chris
toph started for the Pirates, was
charged with the loss and tin
ished his Little League pitching
career with a record of 5 wins
and 3 losses. Heavy hitting was
prevalent throughout the after afternoon
noon afternoon with L. J. Christoph and
Bonzoumet hitting triples and
Roth, chin and Cortez banging
A great deal of credit for the
win must go to Bob Ricej the
Braves shortstop. The Pirates
had already scored 3 runs In the
6th and needed one to tie when
Bob went into the pocket be behind
hind behind second to catch a sure hit
and then cut down a runner at
second. This made out number
two. Then on a ood play Larry
Bonzoumet took a hard hit ball
in centerfleld to throw Edsal
Hilty out at second to end the
The box score:
Best Of Three
The nliv.nff fn. th tnw Aii..r.
uttla league toampionship will
mcSui uu juaay jviarcn a, at JMar-
tuvue league new with the
game starting promptly at 4.30
p.m. 1 -i.. -,
'iue Coco Solito Cubs, winners of
ijis ju-si nu. wm meet Mutual of
Vmaha who. took honors in the sec second
ond second half.. The series will be a best
two out of tnree. game aftair, with
the second game oeing piayed on
iumsuay, warcn as. a tnu-d gime
u necessary wuj De played on lon
day April 1.- - ;
- Both teams will b af full
trnHi tor tha seritv ami Man Manager
ager Manager Luther Quinn ef the Cubs
will send the ieague'-s top pitch pitching
ing pitching combination of Marie Villa Villa-mono
mono Villa-mono nd Luthor Qoinn Jr. to
the mound in the hope of regain regaining
ing regaining thoir toamt, brilliant first
' The COco Solito offense -Will be
ieo oy yumn, viuamarzo, end Web Webber
ber Webber whd finished the season nattmg
in the four hundreds. Help in the
serving department is expected
from Baranick, McNamee, rienri-
quez ana jiainey the teams lead
ing stickers throughout th VAar.
Mutual of Omaha will enter the
series at the peak of their perform performance,
ance, performance, a condition- they have reach reached
ed reached through a slow, steady improve improvement
ment improvement from opening day to this
point. Key mn in the Mutual stra strategy
tegy strategy is tneir pitcher Bud Wainio,
who in his present form Is mighty
hard to beat. Behind Wainio are
two first rate pitchers, Chuck Bath
and Mike Burza, who can take ov over
er over the pitching, assignment and be
depended upon to make excellent
Mutual also will present tht
Joaguo's finest infield Field, Bath
Hauior, Bursa and Reggie Lorn.
At the plato, me Omaha boys,
have Rusty Field, the loop' load loading
ing loading batter, Mike Burio the homo
rue king and a .385 batter and
Reggie Lum who also batted .385.
ftnth tMi( ar pntiflHent nf vir.
tory and a fine series is in the mak-
lnff All 0ftmA will ha nlnvarl at
the Margarita Little League Field.
ii a game is cancelled due to rain,
it will h nlavpif nn th Hov fnllivv.
lhg the scheduled date.
846 801 847 2494
On Tuesday afternoon the Po Police
lice Police pals cinched the second
half race for Mutual of Omaha
when they downed the Coco So
lito cubs 9 to 1.
The Police win eliminated the
possibility of a Cubs second half
win, and Leslie wood, the
League's President announced
that the play off between the
Coco Solito Cubs, winners of the
first half, and Mutual of Oma
ha, winners of th second half
will take place on Monday, Mar.
25, and Thursday, Mar. 28, and
If a third game is necessary on
Monaay, Apru l.
The Police were ud for this
game and lumped on starter
Mario Villamarzo for seven runs
m .the first two Innings. Wm.
Jongbloed then coasted home
with his sixth victory to close
his Little League pitchlnr career
with a 6 and 1 record. Villamar
zo was the loser, his third this
year and was relieved by Lu Luther
ther Luther Quinn who took over In the
second frame with one out and
finished out the game. Webber,
Karpinski and Jongbloed each
had a two base hit In the field
Kenny Smith the Police first
sacker handled nine putout play j Pirates
without a bobble, while Henri- Braves
Cortez, ss, p
Christoph, L. J. p,
Chin. lb. e
Hickey, 2b 2
Sanders J. 2b
Christoph, L. c, cf
Sanders B. rf
Rice, ss .......
Oliphant. 2b .
Montez, B- rf ..
Hakanson. rf ..
Sharich. If ....
Dyer, If 0
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REARING BACK John Davolio leaned back almost into the ,"" "'
camera befor throwing hi firct nit.h t viu. 1
camp at St. Petersburg. A left-hander, he hopes to follow
Bob Grim and Johnny Kucks, who graduated from this school
. to the big team.
NACDONALD MOI UMITID, DlttllUn. Ldth.
"ihi lljjjjl ,.
1 r4 L
our informal club for the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4:30 a.m.
MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in tht air-conditioned comfort of our BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays the piano in the Balboa Bar
19 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues.. Wed. Si .Tburs.
22 7 7 3
Score By Innings
102 0036 6 0
012 Six 7 7 3
862 863 843 2568
! Hicks .
i- 1 1
'Hfcu-vir 1 j 1
TM M.M' I i 1
-T,wv I I
850 835 929 2614
Oesterle . 147
Gibson ... 119
750 770 864 2384
S av JU
SB t'"-a4 KT!mTS CSB
V jS 8 3a & S
852 907 946 2705
159 v 156
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c 50c $1-00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
: of 48 weeks
tndividusl safety deposit boxes, for jewelry tnd ;
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
19 Central Ave. at
of T Street
(L A. De ROUX,
. Manas er
Froat St at eoraer
f 7U St-
P A GREAT WEEKEND ATTRACTION! 9
WHEN MOVIE MAKERS STRUGGLE FOR POWER...
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BY A STARLETOF A LOVE
AFFAIR HE DENIED
IN A DOUBLE-CROSSING
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ON THE' MOVIE LOTS
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Af 11:00 p.m. I
M I D N I GHT SHOW!
"ROADBLO C l(nf
33 JI4 8S7 T'M
.C L A S S 1 Wf
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
$OR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS. SPACE IS FOR SALE 1
' FOR. INFORMATION, TELEPHONE 2-0740
.. 1 ." in"" 1
FOR RENT: i bedroom eha eha-let,
let, eha-let, garden. 7th street No. 32.
Golf Heights Telephone 2J407
FOR RENT 4 Completely fum fum-ishod
ishod fum-ishod housei very attractive
and comfortable, 2 bedrooms,
largo private patio, hot water
and otfif modern conveni convenience,
ence, convenience, in Xangrejo residential
action. Phone 2-JM or 3-5357,
FOR KEWT: Attractive furn furnished
ished furnished chafer, 2 bedrooms. 7th
street No. ,24, Golf Heights. Call
PHILLIPS Oceanslide Cottage
Santa Clara. Box im rane rane-ma,
ma, rane-ma, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-U77, Cristobal 3-H73.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapne1' furnished
houses. Phone Balboa '1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past C C-ino.
ino. C-ino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Slated To Arrive
Here On July 9
The Orient Line's 28,000 ton
liner Orcadeshas been scheduled
to make a call at Seattle, Wash Washington
ington Washington on her eastbound voyage
from Vancouver to Havre and Lon London
don London via the Panama Canal, ac
cording to word received from the
Cunard Line, general agent for the
Orient Line in the United States
On this, a spcial cruise voyage,
the Orcades will sail from Vancouv Vancouver
er Vancouver on June 28 arriving at Seattle
the morning of June 29 and sailing
at 5:00 p.m. that same evening.
The ship will theft call at San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco on July 1, Long Beach Jttly
3, Balboa and Cristobal at thCfa thCfa-nama
nama thCfa-nama Canal Ji JuljTrinidad
July 12, Havre -July 2p aLondon
July 21. f
The Orient Line fleet Includes
the largest and fastest liners in the
Pacific service from the -West
Coast of the United States to New
Zealand and Australia. In addition
to the Orcades, these ships include
the 28,000-tonners Oronsay and Or Or-ova
ova Or-ova as well as the 24,000-ton Orion.
Margarita Girl Scout Group
Visits Hospital Diet Kitchen
Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 68
of Margarita enjoyed a visit at the
Diet kitchen at Coco Solo Hospital
recently conducted by Mrs. Hover
son, Chief Dietitian of the hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. After the tour of the kitchen, the
sirls had a picnic lunch provided
by several of the mothers on the
Those participating in this ev
ent were: Leslie Rich mono, ban
dra Weigel, Beverly Dreyer, Mary
Ann Pennock. Susan Mathieson,
Macel Washabaugh, Myra Nichols,
Julia Shipley, Sandra Sellers,
Christine Bath, Virginia F a r i s,
Christine Fuller, Virginia Faris,
Janet Hoverson, Kathy D i e t z,
Barbara O'Neal, Ann Gilley, Gail
Bruce, Mrs. Nichols,: leader of the
troop, Mrs. Faris, Mrs. Gilley,
Mrs. Mathieson and Mrs. Pennock.
Ulended with Geniat
4 Mellowed with Ag
FViXST SCOTCH ITElStT
aweu aoua im, cotosa
ATTENTION. Q. I.! Juit built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, o closets, 2 .. bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, spacious kitchen,
laundry room, clotheslines,
maid's room with bathroom,
Campo Alegre. For further in information,
formation, information, telephone Panama
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, living and dining
room, 2 porches, hot water,
maid's room, garage. Bella
Vista, Colombia street No. 44 44-17.
17. 44-17. Enquire same building.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment maid' room, hot
water, garage. O St. El Cangre Cangre-jo.
jo. Cangre-jo. Rosita House. For informa information
tion information Apt. No. 3.
FOR RENT: Modern and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartments, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, and independent 1 b a t h h-room.
room. h-room. $33.00 $38.00. Roosevelt
Monument Avenue. Telephone
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment and garage, near
the American Embassy, furn furnished
ished furnished if desired, Chile Avenue
41 38. Phono 3-061 U
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
10th Street No. 8061. Phono
FOR RENT: Furnished dec decorators
orators decorators dream apartments.
Fully equipped, kitchens, hot
water, daily maid service, tele telephones.
phones. telephones. Edificlo Campo Alegre
corner of Via Espana and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Ycaia. For information
Miss. Arango, ame building at
Arte y Decoracion Store, across
E Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Only to left.
Modern no unfurnished apart
merits, near Zone. Bachelors
or couples without children...
Call Panama 2-2011 for ap appointment!.
pointment!. appointment!. FOR RENT: Apartment 3
bedrooms, dining room, sitting
room and kitchen. San Francis Francisco
co Francisco No. 88 St. House No. 11. Ph.
For Boys State
Panama Armed Forces PAAF
champions vs PAAF All Stars
will be the attraction at Balboa
Stadium April 6, 7, and 8, in a
three game series in support of
This is the second year that the
Armed Services has furnished two
very talented baseball teams who
volunteer their services in support
of this worthy program.
The baseball fans attending the
games last year to see these
teams play were well repaid for
their efforts. They saw some ex excellent
cellent excellent hasphall nlaveri hv th.
service teams, and the games
played were so close that no one
left the stadium until the last man
Tickets for the games are on
sale at the various posts in this
command, and by any Legion Legionnaire
naire Legionnaire and at The American Le
gion Clubs and Posts in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. The tickets are Si each
for the three-game series, and
your dollar is used to help support
some worthy boy to attend Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State, a program de designed
signed designed to teach the boys to be become
come become better citizens and to learn
more about their own government.
Claude E. Campbell, Boys State
director, states that sponsorships
tor boys to Boys Mate at $20 each
are being solicited from fraternal
and social organizations. These
funds are used for educational and
subsistence expenses of the boys
during Easter week and to send
two boys to Boys Nation this sum summer
mer summer in Washington, D. C. contri contributions
butions contributions may be sent to Box 1441,
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNI OPPORTUNITY:
TY: OPPORTUNITY: I per cent guaranteed
annual return, payable quarter quarterly.
ly. quarterly. Preferred share FINANZAS
SJL, Panama's largest, most
reHaW finance corporation.
Special bonus af one (I) share
f Cemmoe, free at charge
with each $700 M i n v a t e d.
(Cam man shares dividend pay payment
ment payment in 1tS6: S5.N par share)
Far infermaKen call Panama
2-5393, Mr. Champsawr ar Mr.
J a en. Anaual report and full
details available. References
an Company aWainablo I r m
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF Ull AGENTS OK OUB OFFICES AT 13-37 "H" STREET, PANAMA LlBRFRIA PKECMDO.T Street Me. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE FUBUCACIONES Ne. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 9 a LOLRUKS PHARMACY 182 X Carraiquilla FARMACIA. LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON th ot July Ave. ae 1 St. LEWIS SERVICB-jAve. Tivoli No. t FABJHACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS H Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DQMYWusto Arotemena Ave; and 33 St. a FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS 5 Street No. S3 a) FARMACIA EL BATUBRO Paique Lefevre 1 Street a) FARMACIA "SAS'T Via" Porraa III MOVEDADKS ATHIS Bealde
the Bella VUta Theatre ( .' W ." 'J
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1955
4-door V-8. House 821 -X Croton
street, Balboa. Telephone 2-
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
4 door Sedan hydromatic pow power
er power steering, power brake, ra radio,
dio, radio, with rear speaker, heater.
W-S-W. tires. Albro'ok, 147-A
Tel. 86-2285, 86-2231.
FOR SALE: Last chance,
sailing Saturday. Hudson Coupe'
1951. Good condition throughout
$300. Call Dade Balboa 2870.
FOR SALE: 1939 Oldsmobile
Coupe. Good condition, g o o d
tires, $45.00. Call 5-188.
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phone
FOR SALE: 1953 V-8 Dodge
4 door Sedan Cornet Gyro -Torque,
radio, $980. Alb. 84 84-3214
3214 84-3214 5150.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1956
Hardtop C. P. "Likertew". con condition.
dition. condition. Completly- equiped. Ph.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1951
in very good conditions. See
Mr. Drachonberg at 0845 Ga Ga-vilan
vilan Ga-vilan Rd. BALBOA.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury,
Good condition, $450.00. Call
FOR SALE: 1956 Studebaker
President, low mileage, extras,
$1,825. Ph. Bal. 1716.
FOR SALE: 51 Kaiser Deluxe
with O.D. 3 new tires, good con condition,
dition, condition, accept reasonable offer.
Telephone office, Balboa 3716.
FOR SALE: 54 Chev. Del. Ray
Power, glide and extra, new
tires, leather up holstory, radio.
Accept reasonable offer. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono office hr. Balboa 3716,
FOR SALE: Packartf Sedan
400 -".1952 model," $900.00. Ft. A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, Phone 82-5210. Fully e e-quippod.
quippod. e-quippod. FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet.
Phone, Balboa, 4480, house 22-64-B,
Carr street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: $400 discount
on new 1957 Ford Country Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 900 miles finance in Zone.
572-C Curundu Hgts. 83-6230,
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates arid information
Tel. Panama 2-055
TRANSPORT! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
. Lear Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumping Classes daily
, 3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
Dr. R. Eisenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabretra
CT. Dental-Medical Poljcllnle
Tlvoll (4 ol July) Ave. 21A24
(apposite Anton School playground)
TeL 2-2(11 Panama
"811m fee flanre down"
MeLevy Machine Mauate
team Bath male and female
Medical belts, ortli bracea.
t a,T. Jmta Aroeemena S-Z21)
Dr. BCBOIX trained Chiropodist
April 14 $17.50 each
"B- St 7-21 TeL 2-1681
Greek Ship Olympia
Arrives Vilh 600
The luxury flgJV of the Greek
Line, T.S.Sv Olympia docked at
Cristobal yesterday with over 600
aboard. She is
on hr last wst Indies cruise of
the aeason ada It was ber fourth
call this year. :
' The Olympia waa duhi in oco--l.nH
mnA YnA hrr maiden voraee
in October, 1953. Her master, who
it this year celebrating his 50th
rear at sea, is one of the best.
Down and most popular figures m
th Merchant Navy. He is Capt.
Demetrios Sifalas, veteran of five
wart, decorated ia each for bis gaV-
ianvy in coe numerous navai cam cam-paiens
paiens cam-paiens ia which be participated.
Wheat this erui&e is over, the O
lvrnpia foes back to her regular
between New York and Piraeus
(Port (f Athens).
FOR SALE: Bench Saw, 6"
Grinler, compressor and spray
gun, 60 cycle. 759-C Barnebey
St. Balboa 2-4413.
FOR SALE: Preferred shares
Cuentas Comerciales at par va va-Jue
Jue va-Jue $10.00 each 8 per cent an annual
nual annual dividend. Call 2-0221 -Ele-
FOR SALE: Practice piano,
need tuning, $75. Zenith
Transoceanic portable, excel excellent
lent excellent condition $75. Telephone
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
LADIES ONLY: Living in the
tropics does not excuse your
unkempt appearance. You
wouldn't dare go about in the
States so poorly groomed. For
your own morale; for him; for
Easter, better snatch some
glamour. Genell's Beauty Shop.
Cocoli Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
FOR SALE: Lots, house in
different plates. of the city at
lowest-price. Thomas Agencies
Central Ave. No. 259, Calido Calido-nia.
nia. Calido-nia. Phone 3-1069.
Need Not Invest
In Summer Uniform
.. Officers and warrant officers
scheduled for separation from the
active Army prior to the begin
ning of the 1958 summer uniform
season are exempt from the re
quirement to own and wear Army
Slue and Army green uniforms
and Army green accessories with
Authority for the exemption Is
cited in paragraph two, Circular
14, Headquarters, U.S. Army Ca
ribbean, dated March 12.
The exemption appliei also for
those to be discharged prior to
May 1, 1958, in areas where the
winter uniform is- prescribed for
Tn tha srpn whpre th aiimmpr
uniform is nrpsrrlheri vp&r-rniinri
the 1958 cummer uniform season
btgins on Jan. 1, 195H.
Officers and warrant officers ex
empt from the requirement to
own and wear new uniforms un
der the provisions cited in the cir
cular are authorized at their in-
dividual options to continue to
wear currently prescribed uni
form accessories until they are
separated from active duty.
The authorities cited ih Circular
14 are DA message 348826, dated
Sept. 19, 1955, and footnotes 2 and
4to aDDendix. Changes 1 to AR
670-5, dated Dec. 17, 1956.
John T. Ridgeley, who lias been
retained as a consultant by the
Panama Canal Co.,- on railroad
matters, is among the 67 passen passen-cers
cers passen-cers sailing Friday from New
York aboard the Panama liner,
Ancon for Cristobal. He is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Ridgeley. 1
A total nf 41 nmsenffers were
booked for Port au-Prince. Haiti.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Dr and Mrs. William J. H. A A-bey;
bey; A-bey; Mr. and Mrs. Archibald G.
Alexander and three children;
Mrs. Zelma Y. Alvsrado; Mr. and
Mrs. Augustrus M. Ash; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Berndt; Mr. Matthew
Butkowski; Mr. L. W. Chamber;
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Curley; Mr.
and Mrs. George R. Downing;
Mr. Mark Drechsler; Dr. and
Mrs. FriU D. Dreyfuss; Miss E E-lizabeth
lizabeth E-lizabeth Etherington; Mrs. James
Fentress; Miss Mary Field; Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Fluke; Mr. and
Mrs. Jams Gallagher; Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence B. Hallenstem;
Mr. Raymond Harari. and Mr.
Miss Mary M. Johnson; Miss
Marian Kleman- Mr. and Mrs.
George G. Krueger; Mr. Walter
Lagemann; Mr. and Mrs. uavia
W. Lowe, Jr., and two chfldrea;
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mayj and
Mrs. James Uerriell and two chil children
dren children Mr Samuel U Miller; Mr.
and Mrs. James T. Mottershead;
Mr. and Mrs. Holliday H..O H..O-brecht:
brecht: H..O-brecht: Lt. Col. John L, Peyton,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Reginald!
Pierson; Mr. and Mrs. Haroid1
Raigier and' daughter; .Mr. andi
Mrs. John T. Ridgeley; Mr. im
Mrs. J. Milton Still son; Mr. L. F.
Summers: Mr. William Thomp
son; Miss Ann Tuiry, and air. ana
Mrs. Hamilton Webb.
1 Home. Articles
FOR SALE: 1956 21 inch
television tot with antenna.
Price $140.00. Phone Albrpok :
FOR SALE: 1 Electric ..'stove.
Apt. site. .1 automatic wash washing
ing washing machine 64 cycle. Phone
FOR. SALE: J piece living
room set Louver, and odd and
end. Tol. 2-2422. Balboa C.Z.
FOR SAL E Metal bod, drefi drefi-r,
r, drefi-r, other furniture, reasonable
Girl's f24 bike, S7.50,- House
2309B, Let Cruces St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Wettinghouse,
freeier type refrigerator 25 cy cycle.
cle. cycle. $75.00. 715-B. Prado, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. ...... -.,,, ,.
FOR SALE: 9 1-2 eirfoof 60
cycle Frigidairt household re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. : $125.00. Qtr. 28,
Quarry Heights. Ph. 82-2196.
FOR SALE:. Chaise lounge,
floor lamp, radio walnut dress-
r, oak buffet, all cupboard,
chrome table chair-, beautiful
new gas stove, $100.00. Cold Cold-spot
spot Cold-spot refrigerator 6ft cycle, 11 ft.
$200.00. Westinghouse refrigera- ;
for 25 cycle, $35 : Bendix Au Automatic
tomatic Automatic .washing-machine 25'
cycle, Sing Machine Elect,
portable, $30.00. TeL 75 3177.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set,
dining set, trove and table serv service;
ice; service; set'. 45 St. House No. 9 Apt.
8. .' i'-
LONDON-, March 23 (UP) I
nr.jj;. i ,i "ii 1
were .completed today with the
announcement' that three . cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies would be held and the
best man- also would, be an
Harold Connolly, the groom and
U.S. Olympic champion hammer-:
thrower, chose Emil Zatopek to
stand beside him. Zatopek, dis distance
tance distance runner, was- a triple crown
winner in the 1952 games.
The' bridS, Cieeh discus-thrower
Olga Fikotova, named as matron
of honor Dana Zatopek, wife of
the best man. She is a former
The triple ceremony, to take"
place next Wednesday in Prague,
was arranged because of Czedh
law and religious differences of
the couple-. :
Connolly, 25, and Miss Fikotova,
24, will exchange vows In the first
ceremony in the City Hail. Then
they will go to the Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic Church of our Lady for
another ceremony., They will be
married a third time in :)the
bride's Protestant Church.
The schedule next calls for a
fast ride to the U.S. Embassy
vhn Ambassador U. Alexis
Johnson will hold a wedding
"it will ba oulte a race.
r-nnnniiv said last, nieht in a phone
call from Prague to London! 'Butd
everything's going Deauuruuy
Everyone is being wondtrful. v
He canceled plans to return
immediately to the United States
with his bride because "there is
SO cn io pace.. ..r
"We plan to leave Apru iu,
the school teacher said.
300 Couples In
Mass Marriage f
TVTiBil 1PA 'Movien. March
23 (UP) Three, liundrtd couolea
were married in a mass wcuums
ceremony in front of the Town
Hall liere today.
Tti. mMt wa nart nf a nation
wide campaign by the govern government
ment government to- encourage common law
couples to legalize their union..
The Tonicklng story ef a town that gat eanght with
Us scandals showinr... heraase atM little hoy Just reatdnt
ten a He. so he told the sbocking tmth!... Sr -EVERT-.
THING BUT THE TRUTH." starring Maori O'Hara, John
rarsvth and Tim Hovey which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY
17 At THE LUX- ;
Volume is-allowing us to con con-'..
'.. con-'.. tinue service calls for $2.50 un un-til
til un-til further notice.: Same day
servlca at home. U.S. Televi Television,
sion, Television, telephone 2-4616. ;
i L. F. GARCIA, first class pia piano
no piano Tuners and technician Call
. Baldwin Agency. Phones: 3 3-:4947,
:4947, 3-:4947, 3-0672. Edificio Lux, 34th
"The, best dinners : and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internaeional "Pla "Pla-sa
sa "Pla-sa 5 de Mayo.
.Lesson: Ladies .rhythmic oxer-'
-else, guitar, ballet, Spanish
dance. .Mrs. Donaldson Phone
I firm r At I tnrtM nn.in.
K Adults r Tenagr Preteent
vaiooa i-wt. narnetr end
Learn Spehrfff with Mrs. Ro-
mero's Conversational System,
" beginners and advanced pupils.
Lesjfons: mornings, afternoons
and evenings. 4th of July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T J -352, in- front of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heiglit.
His hrirle is exne.rterl tn he ahle
to get her American visa in Paris.
An embassy source said there
would be no trouble about the
visa i for" the" discus thrower -who
won permission' 'of her Commu Communist
nist Communist government to marry an
The Church of the Nazarene in
Ancon, is planning to have 10:45
a Missionay rally in their serv services
ices services tomorrow. During the 10:45
morning service there will be a
missionary emphasis with various
lay members giving- explanations
and corr ments on- the different
prase of the local missionary so
The service is to be concluded
with a missionary message b y
the pastor. A ladies trio will furn
ish special music for the morning
service. ; ...
The evening -service will begin
at7:30: At-thi time there .will be
a -showiinE of two short missionary
films. A ladies instrumental trio
Will bring special- music ior this
service. An invitation is extended
to all who wish to attend.
Thomas S. Gates
As Navy Secretary,
WASHINGTON, March 23 (UP)
The Senate today approved the
nomination of Thomas S. Gates
Jr. of Philadelphia to be secretary
of the Navy.
Gates, who has been under sec secretary
retary secretary -of Navy, succeeds Charles
Thomas, resigned. I
- Experienced technical transit,
tor English to Spanish part or
full1 time. Mail applicaien to
Box 699, Panama, R.P. ; k
Boats & -Motors
FOR SAL El Extramly sa
worthy 40 Ft. ketch. Strongly
built, having just crossed the
Atlantic. May ba seen Cristobal
Yacht Club. Mr. Kooystra.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. runabout
25 h.p., Mercury angina trailer,
gas tank, $450.00. Call 5-1S8.
FOR SALEr Fiber glassed
plywood Run-a-about. Ideal for
bay use. Bargain -at $200.00.
Now only $125. Albrook AFB,
fits, 27?-A, .Ph. 86-72M.
High Schools Over-Emphasize
Athletics, Board Officer Says
ATLANTA (UP) The "State
Board ot Education was told today
tnat, hign schools are over-empha-sizing
The board took no action on the
controversial subject but appoint appointed
ed appointed a committee to determine how
many days ou ot the school year
pupils are being dismissed for any
The state 'w requires that
pupils atteiiu school 180 days, out
of the. year with only one, day- off
to attend the'eouny fair.
Vice Chairman James SPeters'i
of Manchester, long a proponent
of emphasizing athletics, rold
me noara mat s o m e Georgia
schools' close fdr almost a week
to permit pupils to attend basket basketball
ball basketball tournaments.
"Some school t keep their
Top Talent Sunday
The monfhlv 'fl&cLxwk:' lrmA
Forces Service: tenter 'vlrlttv
night "sfiow tbmorrow' will feature
top talent frorii the Armed Forces,
Roces fialboa 'and Pabama.
Finalists and winners of the re recent
cent recent USARCABIB All-Army Enter-
taiment Contest will be pre
sented in the form of M-Sgt. Juan
Soto. Jr., of Fort Clayton, who
won tne, vocal solo, category;. The
Belvederes vocal group winners:
finalists Billy J. Haynes, guitar guitarist,
ist, guitarist, and Guenter E. K. Adams, ac ac-cordianist.
cordianist. ac-cordianist. Also contracted for a
dancing exhibition if Pvt. P e t e
Comeau, comic supreme. 1
Panama's gift to variety night
is the lovely Palmira Larrinaga,
whose interpretations of Spanish
and English songs are a delight
to hear. - i
From Balboa come the routing
String Busters, Rock 'nV, Rollers
who have taken the Isthmus by
storm. These five young musicians
have played engagements at somei
of Panama' elite places of enter-i
tainment, including the Hotel fEl
ranam. -' :
. 12" COLUMBIA record 9B
with each $.98 record you buy .
V vThrillinr actron b promised In the powerfnl storr of
rvH-ranniiic tn the inngles at Cuba as Alan Lad f.
ana PedesU and Lloyd Nolan star in Warner Br.' San-Uato.-Vpenlng
WEDNESDAY 27 AT THE CENTRAL-'Ladd
rTowWlV appears la his most thrilling action role as the
nrwV. woPaMjnrtl. dynamite tf ViTSnd
ThrilUnr lore aeenes are ataa promised between Laod ana
lovery Ressans Podesta, whose most recent screen role a
-Helen ef Troy" laanenea sne mm r,"Vrh
Lloyd Nolam direct fron, his twa-year tTturnph
te The Caine Motlny Coort-Mart.al,- for hith he I
awarded tha highly coveted New 1 rvkCnt"; f nT ..orn
son Awards, portrays Alan Ladd bitter rival and sorn
Maild between ages, of 25 and
35 years, for general'housework
and child care, 51-2 day weak.
Must speak and. understand
some English. Most Jive: in.
40.00 per mo. Plus room and
board.. Tel., Navy 3295 between,
tha hours of I a.m. and 2 p.m.
' WANTED: InterestaJI' in pur.
, chase of good used chronome chronometer
ter chronometer and (extant. Call Wally
Pearwn Navy 222. .-, .
basketball teams going 'seven
months," Peters said. "'!
He blamed- much of the .problem
on high school coaches.
. 4They don't care anything'about
the' schools;: they just care about
winning," Peters said. .,,
' The' athletic discussion cam
aljout when Bacon' County Sup.
D. M. D. "Tyre explained to th
board why the Alma school closed
one day when its' basketball teant
attended the Class B tournament
111 VlHUIJIl. 1
Tyre said he' estimated i-about
200 pupils would skip" school any
way and that would .make dent
in Hhe average, daily attendance
figures upon which teacher allot allotments
ments allotments are based. i
"And we haven't been in "a tour-
nament for 11 yeaars.T Tyre add added.
ed. added. ... v -r
: The Bacon County case was ex excused
cused excused but Peters said it was dnly
one of many such incidents in
Gepjrgia...' ,v I -.,. r
Peters was strongly, -opposed by
board member Henry BJount of
Wayne boro, ,!. who" Tuid. most
schools which close down for. ath athletic
letic athletic events: usually makeup the
day 'later and fulfill the 180-day
'.'"There ain't nothing' wrong with
no basketball," Blount said.
But Peters countered: "It's 'fust
a question of whether we're .run .running
ning .running the schools ior. -athletics or
education. I don't see a sicn of
the schools making up the lost
t j :
Ike Names New
' WASHINGTON. March 23 (UP
--President Eisenhower today
nominated Francis H. Russell, 53,
to be ambassador to New Zea Zealand.
land. Zealand. The career diplomat will re replace
place replace former K. S. Senator John
C. Hendnckson.- (R-NJ) who re-
signtd : last Nov. 19 for personal
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"Let iKe people know tfie trutH arid tfie country is safe 'Abraham Lincoln.
Texas Born Pop Wright,; Late OfBoquete, 94 Years Young;
Colorful Figure Was Railroader;' Orange Grower, Innkeeper
PANAMA, R. P., PATUBDAY, MARCH 23, 1957
As Tip Leads Police To Wi
YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,' jailed for refusing to "turn the
larch 23 (UP) Segregationist organization's records over to
rnhn Kasner was back behind i the state, and in Purcellville
bars today alter v-o, maxsnnio
SSI J J
f J J t I
surprised the young white su supremacy
premacy supremacy leader as he paid his
respects to the widow of a for former
mer former associate at Clinton, Tenn.
Kasper jailed in nearby
Knoxv lie, Tenn., on charges
that he conspired with 17 oth other
er other white persons to interfere
with court-ordered intesratJon
at Clinton, Tenn., High School.
Tfajinpr who Is already free on
$10,000 bond pending an appeal
Va., the city's library was open
ed to Negroes for the first time
Federal authorities at Knox-
ville said a bond hearing would
be held for Kasper sometime
soon, probably Monday.
A pick-up order for. Kasper
was issued by Federal Judge
Robert L. Taylor Feb. 25, on
charges that he had violated for
a second time a federal court
order banning interference with
integration at Clinton High
to an earlier conviction on simi- School. Gates was charged at
lar charges, otierea no resis-i,ne same uu 0,-.
tance as three deputy marsnaw
arrested him at the home of
Mrs. John Gates, whose husband
was arrested earlier on identical
charges but died Monday at a
Meanwhile, in the South's
segregation bat tie, Georgia's
Revenue Commission asked that
an Atlanta NAACP leader be
1 m RAYBOURNE of Junior
t :e7;e wins the 440 yds. at
yesterdays BHS vs. JC track
meet. Raybourne's time: 53.2.
(Darreli Blaess photo)
US, Israel Talks
Resumed To Speed
Help To Tel Aviv
WASHINGTON, Marh 23 (UP)
The United States and Israel
havt started talks on resumingi
American aid to Israel, ,th State
Department said today.
Press officer Lincoln Whit said
"preliminary talks'. 'among ork ork-ing
ing ork-ing level representatives of both
governments started Monday both
here and in Tel Aviv.
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MILE RELAY BHS's Frank Leves passes the baton to Bill
Holt (right). BHS's winnin? time: 3:58.
(Tom Tohmpson photo)
HAVANA (UP)-President Ful-
gencio Batista is considering tor tor-mation
mation tor-mation of an armed 100,000-man
civilian militia to counteract
threats of a revolution, informed
sources reported today.
The sources said Sen. Rolando
Masferrer, chairman of the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's armed forces committee, and
Ramon Vasconcellos, minister of
communications, ar among the
supporters of the plan.
Such a civilian militia would be
twice the size of the Cuban army.
Some civilian officials pointed out
there was danger of losing control
over such a force unless it was
placed in uniform and on an offi official
cial official military reserve status.
Disclosure of the project co coincided
incided coincided with reports that from 100
to 150 civilians in Oriente province
had joined Fidel Castro's revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary forces in the Sierra Mae Mae-stra
stra Mae-stra Mountains.
There also were rebel claims,
apparently true, that a major
rebel attack was carried out last
weekend against the Bueyecito
outpost of the army's headquarters
The revolutionaries claimed 80
Army casualties and said
suffered 20 themselves in a sur
prise night attack.
arraignment and was freed on
bond pending trial.
Kasper, however, left Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and federal authorities
did not pick him up while he
was out of Judge Taylor's ju jurisdiction.
risdiction. jurisdiction. The Washington!
D.C., segregationist appeared!
before a Florida legislative
committee where he admitted
dat'ng Negro girls in the past
while he lived at New York.
Because of his admission that
he had associated closely with
Negroes, a number of segrega segregationists
tionists segregationists severed relations with
One of the three U.S. deputy
marshals who arrested Kasper,
Roy Whaley, said the 27-year-old
executive secretary of the
Seaboard White Citizens' Coun Council
cil Council was at the home of .Mrs.
Gates and that there were sev several
eral several other "friends" present.
"He was very cooperative,"
Whaley said. However. Kasnpr
refused to mak. any statements.
Whaley said' Kasper did not
attend Gate's funeral yesterday,
but added that "he felt obligat obligated"
ed" obligated" ta pay his respects.
jreaerai officers picked up
Kasper on a ''tip," but they
refused to reveal the source of
After he was iaileri at ifnm.
ville, Kasper talked with his at attorney,
torney, attorney, J. Benjamin Simmons of
Washington, by telephone. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons was reportedly on his way
Georgia Revenue CommUsinn.
er T. V. Williams asked a supe superior
rior superior court judge to Jail John H.
Calhoun, president of the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta NAACP, on grounds that
Calhoun had not complied with
a court order instructing him to
turn over the Negro organiza organization's
tion's organization's Georgia records to the
State Revenue Department.
. By W. C HASKINf
William Joseph ("Pop") Wright
erstwhile of Boquete. but now liv
ing with a son-in-law and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank i Corey
of $38 Bauey Avenue Ban Anto Antonio,:
nio,: Antonio,: Texas, is 94 today, VPop" is.
caned that more often than by his
given name, and so : its "Pop"
inrougiiouc ; this ariicie, He has a
wide circle of friends and ac acquaintances,
quaintances, acquaintances, so many, in fact,
that during the 1946-47 holiday
Season ne received upwards of lob
greeting cards, all of which, he
says, he tried to match card for
card. ; ;U ;?.
; "Pop" comes of ; sturdy stock.
His .taiher uied at 'a, .. a grand grandfather
father grandfather died at 4 irom a tali trom
a horse, and (a grandmother lived
to be 103 years and six months,
his mother, however,' died at an
early age-r 33, Our subject was
Doru near vu"man, woou loun
king him. ;rai
senger train job and he stayed
est employment ,oi his career.- He
later saw service with the L, and
N,r in Arkansas and with the San
' Age finally overtaking
road age that is. !'Pop" dec:
go to, Panama and he 5 went the
hard way This ; was in 1907.;. He
traveled by train all the f way
through Mexico to Taoachula and
thejrwalked to Retalhuleu I pere
he caught a train for Guatemala
City. Here, he came near being
diverted "from his destination. He
met un with the celebrated filibust
er;. Leei Christmas and promised to
join him on his expedition to Hon
duras.-The; partyj; couldn't jfiftd
Top.' 1 on tne nignti it jpuxjed; out,
so he took a train- to Puerto Ba
rrios and from there by ship to
try, Texas, March 23r 1863. H 'ort Limdn
was educated in private schools, Getting into Panama : was, solv-
for at that time Texas had no
public school system. He was later
enrolled at Summer Hill College,
Omen, Texas. ; 1 ;
He had a yen for railroad em
ployment and at 19 left home to
sees such a job. Opportunities
were few as railroads were new in
Texas, an exception being the uai-
veston, Houston and Henderson,
one of the oldest railroads in the
United States, his tirst job was as
transter cierk for the 1-acme Ex
press. Resigning this employ
ment, he weut to wortc braking tor
the Texas and Pacific BaUway,
FronTthis time on: "Pop" worked.
at different times, on nearly every
railroad, in Texas. On one line,
"Pop says, He found he had to
quit to get paid. His switcuing
from one road to another was due
principally to better pay and bet better
ter better conditions..
With $800 in his pocket he final finally
ly finally decided to strike out for Mexico
and got a job on the National Rail
ways of that country, first off on
a construction project, as the road
was then bridging the gap be
tween Jaitiiio and San Miguel.
After finishing 100 miles to the
Tropic of Cancer, he was trans transferred
ferred transferred back to Saltillo to helo fin
ish the north end. With only three
miles lacking to make the connec
uon, "fop" quit. He then gra gravitated
vitated gravitated to the Monterry and Mex Mexican
ican Mexican Gulf R.R., but didn't stay
there long and went back to Texas
to settle down, as he tells, it,
But the railroad bug was still
working, and it was not long be before
fore before a friend of hit who had been
appointed receiver .of the Red
River R.R. offered him a pas-
Hope Fades Fast For 67 Americans
Feared Lost In Gale-Swept Pacific
Tivoli News Story
WASHINGTON. March 23 (UPi
A news story from the Panama
American was published in the ap appendix
pendix appendix of the Congressional Record
The Record is the published ac
count of the daily proceedings of
the United States Congress. The
story published in its appendix ap appeared
peared appeared in the Panama newspaper
last Nov. lo reporting the cel celebrations
ebrations celebrations commemorating the 50th
anniversary of the Hotel Tivoli.
Representative John M. Robinson
Jr., of Kentucky, inserted the Pa Panama
nama Panama American's story alone with
other material as he paid tribute
to Maurice H. Thatcher, a fellow
Kentuckian and a former member
of the Isthmian Canal Commission
as well as a onetime Congressman.
Thatcher and his wife atended the
Tivoli celebrations it the invita
tion of Governor William E. Pot
TOKYP, Saturday. March 23
TTTJ IT I t . 1
jn(,yVu-,; nope iaaea iasi loaay ior
me saiciy vi oi Americana auuara
a C97 military transport plane
that went down in the gale-swept
Pacific southwest of Japan early
Thursday ithout, a singnal of
rnf .-"'"' hi i i. ii ii i ..,,,1, iii...ti..i
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HIGH HURDLES Winner Bob Toothman, of BHS, who clocVed 18.3. ;
' - (Tern Ihempsea pfatte)
An all-night air search failed
to find a trace of the four-engine
transport that disappeared as it
was ntaring the Japanese coast
on a routine flight from Travis
Air Force Base in California.
Seventy planes, and a fleet of
naval and fishing vessels combed
75,000 square miles of the Pacific
in the second day of one of the
biggest searches in U.S. Air
Force history. Fog and low clouds
that limited visibility yesterday
But the rescue armada was
working against long odds. Some
veteran Air Force men doubted
Uie plane, a military version of
the Boeing Stratocruiser, could
have survived a ditching In the
stormy sea where 65-mile-an-hour
wind whtpped up 30-foot swells
The "plane carried 37 Air Force
personnel, including the crew of
nine men and one woman. Also
aboard were 17 Army men, 10
Navy personnel, two male civilian
employes and one woman depend
The missing transport was the
second plane which the passen passengers
gers passengers and crew boarded Tuesday
night at Travis Base. The first
plane, also a C97, wis found to
have a minor maintenance
prob!en" as it prepared to take-,
off and officers decided to substi
tute the plane which later was
The plane made a stop at Wake
island en route and Uie pilot last
To Up Membership
In U. S. Academies
WASHINGTON. Varih a fUTM
The Army asked Congress today
to lPcreate the strength of West
Point Military Academy and the
Air Force Academy to allow for
mere presidential appointment!.
Brif. Gen. James H. Banvilla of
the Army adjutant general's of office,
fice, office, said 30 presidential appoint
ee now may attend toe aaval
academy at id? one time but the
Army and Air Forte each are re
stricted te 89. i
He testified in Uht of kill lo
ftKxeae the strength of th Army
reported, at 12:45 a.m. yesterday
(10:45 a.m. Thursday est) only
90 minutes and 250 miles away
from its Tokyo destination.
The message, was a "normal
report" saying the transport was
then in "A-l condition." An Air
Force spokesman said the C97
carried only enough fuel to stay
up until 6 a.m. Friday (4 p.m.
Forty-eight U.S. Air Force and
Navy planes scoured an estimate
ed 54,000-square-mile sector of the
ocean yesterday but found no
trace of the transport.
ed bvJiis walking along; the coast;
by swimming a river above Old
Harbor, finally reaching the United
Fruit Company' railroad where he
was taken into Aimirante, thence to
Becas. In, Bocas, he met Doctor
Osterhouse, whom he knew baca
in Crockett. Texas, wnere the doc-
torV, was employed as a- telegraph
operator. The-Doctor fixed "Pop"
up with the necessary papers so he
wouldhave no trouble landing in
Colon. "On arriving," he says,
"the late Dr. Hearne gave me the
'Green light' in respect to vaccina
tion." . ... ;
' 'Pop" reported to the Panama
Railroad for work and had no dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in getting a job, as his age
was no barrier here. He continued
with the railroad until 1914, resign resigning
ing resigning his berth as conductor because
of an asthmatic condition Having
been told that Boquete was a good
place for asthmatics he went there
and found the climate-to his liking.
Taking up market gardening for an
occupation at first, in 1920, he em
barked in we noiei ousmess.
"Mom' Wright was an excellent
cook and Set a good table. Her
strawberry shortcake was a tooth toothsome
some toothsome delicacy, long to be remem remembered.
bered. remembered. Soon the "Hotel Wright" .be
came famous both in Panama and
the Canal Zone.
Introduces Navel Oranges
"Pod" introduced navel oranges
to the area and had a small but
flourishing lorchard back of the
hotel, nut the opossums, lovers of
the fruit gave him a headache. He
finally solved the problem by poi poisoning
soning poisoning certain of the oranges and
leaving them; on tne trees. oon
there were dead opossums all a a-round
round a-round the place. "Pop" was care careful
ful careful to see that no poisoned oranges
were left on the trees in tn day daytime.
time. daytime. He was instrumental also in
stocking the Rio Caldera With
Nearly all the hotel guests, from
the Zone were crazy to dig an Indian-grave
for relics. There were
many of such graves in Boquete
but most of them had been dug out
years before. To satisfy the guests'
cravings, "Pop" 'salted" an old
grave -on the hillside back : of the
hotel with shards of nottery, etc.,
which the diggers exhumed with
delight. : : (
Due to Mrs., Wright's -health,
"Pop" "sold the hotel in September,
1845. and tfent to San Antonio. Her
condition failed to improve and she
tery in San Antonio,: where a gra granite
nite granite headstone marks; the grave.
': JTop's" first marriage was in
June, 1889, which took place on a
farm near Lake Fork station on the
T and P. His bride was 20-year-old
Ettie Allen. He was then working
out of Monterrey, Mexico,' and had
prepared a home there. After five
years of wedded life, his wife died.
Later, he re-married, this time to
Josie Allen, a cousin of his first
wife,"- the VMom'!; Wright that J so
many came to know in later years.
She arrived on the Isthmus in June
1911. During his railroad employ
Anf "Daa'T 4nA him : unf' ur
quartered variously lnTavernilla,
raraiso, ana Cuieora. , v
i wo cnuuren were the fruit of hia
marriage,: a daugnter, Mrs. Corey,
vi oau aihuiuu; ana a son, uaviu,
who is a patient -in &i. lSiizabetn'i
Hospital in wasbmgtbn. D,
h 4Vop ". was a long-standing mem member
ber member iu! uie Ano. jutai year uie old-
lime, railway conductors had ? a
meeting in an Antonio. Our sub subject
ject subject was there and when he threw
jus lust One caro 'on tne. tabi
there was a gasp of surprise, for u
was uateu ioji, oiuerj y iar. toan
any otner card held' by those pre present..
sent.. present.. ,.),.
His first lodge was Division 76,
but uansierreu ta lyier's 17tt in
1892 where he was elected secre secre-tary
tary secre-tary and treasurer; appointed del delegate
egate delegate to the brand Division convpn.
tion at, Atlanta. Ga.. in 1895. nrf t
1907, organized Division 526 at-
jacKsonvuieTexas. When he cam
to the Isthmus he was asked to or organize
ganize organize a division .here, but could
next aa Ua
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Bishop Urges Court
To Lei Child Remain
With Jewish Couple
BOSTON YUP) Methodist
Bishop John i Wesley Lord urged
today that Hildy.McCoy.be allow allowed
ed allowed to. remain with the parents
"whose love and loyalty have been
attested before all people."
The bishop spoke out for Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, Jewish
couple, who have i been charged
by Massachusetts, authorities with
kidnaping their foster daughter,
Hildy, 6. -v
His 'statement followed an attack
by Boston's Catholic weekly news newspaper
paper newspaper The Pilot, on a jifdge arid
lawyer representing the Ellises in
their battle to- retain custody of
the child. The couple were arrest arrested
ed arrested last weekend in Miami. --'--
Mr.. and Mrs. Ellis have dodged
authorities and process servers in
seven cities and six states ; since
the! Massachusetts Supreme Court
ordered them in 1955 to return
Hildy to her natural mother.
"Surely the time has come for
a member of the Christian faith
to ; speak out in this tragic and
useless cohtroversy," Bishop Lord
"It is moral judgment that de
crees that, for- the welfare and
good of this 6-year-old ; adopted
Two New Yorkers ;
See .through Eyes
Of Baby Who Died
NEW YORK (UP)A baby bdrn
on Feb. 9 gave two New Ynrkwa
one of the most nricelps pift
the, world, even though he lived
only 34days. His gift eyesight
t .Phillip J. Horton Jr., who waa
born to Mr. and Mrs. -Phillip J.
Horton of New York; entered the
world with an incurable spinal
condition. He died March 15
Vii'ThA UnrtlMlm HinnUJ 4t.f.
help the blind. They contacted! the
Red Cross and police, but neither
was able to transport the eyes o
the o bank for sight -restoration
where, they were to be used fott
Since corneas must be used
within 48 hours df death, the
couple decided to, drive 75 miles
and make the delivery themselves.
Vcathcr Or Not
' This weather report for the
24 nours ending S .m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograph ie
Branch of the Panama- Canal
Company; v.. .
" , f i f 1 1 v '
. Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE! '' '-. -'
(max mnfa) : s SE-f
RAIN (Inches) 0
(inner harbors) 75 :
died February 19, 1946.' Interment daughter the law be superseded
was in the Park Memorial ceme-iny tne divine law t love.
Senate Probers Acciise ; Teamster Prexy
Of Questionable; Activities With Funds
WASHINGTON, March 23 (UP)
Senate investigators accused
Teamster President Dave Beck
and other union officials yesterday
of questionable activities' in involving
volving involving more than $700,000 in u u-nion
nion u-nion funds.' i
This summation was given by
the Senate Labor Rackets Com
mitteetas it wound up the first
phase of its sensational investlga
tion of improper practices in the
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark) said more than three
eekt of hearings had turned up a
grand totl- of $709,420 ia union
money that needs "accounting
He said this represented items
that, either had been' lost to the
dues paying member, misap misap-repriated.
repriated. misap-repriated. could not be located, or
had been spent in a "question
Repaid After. Tsx. Qteck
The total included $270,000 -allegedly
osed by Beck "for hu
personal benefit" and thea repaid
after federal income tax. Invest!
gators got od his trafL.
The committee listed various
expenditures by Teamster Vice
President Frank W. Brewster,
who was the final wiitness in the
initial series of hearincs.
- The faeariai produced uxii-
catiooa of a disagreement between
T H Pi K I N G. West- Coast
Teamster boar. Frank. W.
Brewster tries to recall previ previous
ous previous testimony as he appears
before the Senate Labor Rack-
j. eta CommlUee In Washington.
He tout tne committee uiai
his union contributed to the
1954 campaign of Gov. Good Goodwin
win Goodwin Knight of California,
Brewster ald' that later; the
union got the man of ita
choice appointed San Francia Francia-.
. Francia-. co port director by Knight.
On Traffic Count
Enrvm rfnhr ii PBmini-fBwlt nd Irrwster. Brewster tes-
a, paid a fine. of $15 ia Balboa fcfied .that, be personally disap-J Today's bearing temporarily
Magistrate's Cowt Yesterday. ( prove of Beck's interest-free bor- concluded tne Portland. Ore.,
Hu ffnse vai lnlnriB anflth-innrintf from tike unioa. . Dhase of the inquiry, but the com
and A't F.rce academies bv 2U i er vfwl toe rio while drivinrt Aikr-t whether he thoucht his mittee still had several loose ends
caacuuips cacv t tu. Aa accident resulted
SATURDAY; MARCH 23
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had been "misplacea,".'Brewter,
neao of the union s western Con
ference, begged off answering.
Signs f: ReeH'ty
' There were signs of a minor re revolt'
volt' revolt' in the- Teamster rank-and-file
against the union's powerful lead leadership.
ership. leadership. A .local, in La Salle, : HI.,
demanded v the resignations of
Beck: and two indicted 'vice presi presidentsJames,,
dentsJames,, presidentsJames,, R.- Hoffa and, Einr
Mohn. '. 4-
In San Francisco another Team
ster local held a noisy meeting it
wmcn members were described as
"hot" about, this Brewster- and
BedrdeaJ."-''' :'-'" -x'-r:
Before concluding- his testimony
j-for- he" time being at. least
Brewster ; went before a federal
judge to plead ..innocent to con con-temiit
temiit con-temiit of Congress 'charges. C ':
He a.nd three Team ster' col colleagues
leagues colleagues were .indicted this week
for -refusing, to answer questiooq 1
VCSIiglUill SUUVUIHillllVCC WUJtU
earher made a preliminary in inquiry
quiry inquiry into alleged labor racketeer
. Mohn and Nugent Lapoma, sec
retary-treasurer of the Seattle
local, pleaded Innocent along with
Brewster. Judge Charles F.
McLaughlir- issued a bench war
rant fo ; the -fourth Teamster
HSrrr Beiss of New- York, who
did not show up for arraignment.
Brewster's trial was set for
May 20. McLaughlin and Lipoma
wiU be tried -May 27 and June 3,
respectively. All three were re released
leased released on $1,000 bond each.
Hoffa had been indicted previ
ously o bribery charge in an
alleged scheme to gam access to
the committee s secret files
i'lnut" ia the Teamster president U t e tcgetbec
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