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"Let the people know the truth and the country U afe Abraham Lincoln,
129-day nvsd trip
FLY NOW with
jjprd If BAB PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 158 yey., CENT1'"
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Suf Beauty, Beauty
The six-engineer board of consultants to the House
committee in charge of Panama Canal affairs, whose mis mission
sion mission is to he1 In the technical problems involved in fore forecasting
casting forecasting the Canal's future needs, has "been impressed
with your delightful country."
This analysis of the Canal situation .came today in
a statement by Dean C. 8. Holister of Cornell University,
. chairman of the board of consultants.
The board of consultants
, we may enjoy with more leisure th beauties and the
many interesting features pf this beautiful country."
What about the future of the beautiful can&4? De De-"
" De-" ponent's statement sayeth not.
THE NATIONAL Guard's pep-
pea-up campaign against crime
and delinquency was made per
manent yesterday by National
Guard commander Col. Bolivar Va
llarino in what was regarded as
tantamount to a suspension of in individual
dividual individual rights.
In addition to arresting, minors
Hound unaccompanied on the
streets after 9 p.m., policemen
were ordered to qyory all a a-artts
artts a-artts en the streets aftor 11
p.m. as to their business.
Vallarino also ordered the ar arrest
rest arrest of all adults who do net have
cedulas (identification booklets) in
their possession in addition to
those found loitering around lonely
It is assumed that Zonians and
servicemen wltl be asked to pro produce
duce produce IB cars
. A morning tabloid
today that a scandal will break
within a few days over the
"disappearance" of the old Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Service Center building
which was sold to the Pana Panama
ma Panama City government for the
symbolic sum of SI for remov removal
al removal and installation as a club clubhouse
house clubhouse at Barraza Fill.
According to. the piper the
demolition contract was awarded
to a well-known politician wno was
to have useu the lumber and kitcli-
cn and toilet facilities for the uv
Jtallation of experimental schools
1 tue interior. "Ttffc
The contract was awarded alter
the citj government changeu its
mind regarding the clubhouse ) )-dea
dea )-dea because it involved maintan maintan-ance
ance maintan-ance cols which were considered
Although the service center has
been almost completely demolish demolishes
es demolishes and stripped, there is ho sign
the experimental schools, the
a per said.
PC Dredge Mindi Gets Sabbatical
i Leave Next Year; Tug CHame Also
The big suction dredge Mindi years ago. It was engaged for sev sev-is
is sev-is scheduled to be laid-up a n d, eral years on dredging operationss
placed in reserve status at the' in connection with the Third
end of fhis yeaif, until needed a-1 Locks project and completed the
gain, according to Canal announce-j approach channels to the proposed
nient. Scheduled to be kid up new locks even after other work
at the 3ame time is the tug Cha-1 on the project had been termraat termraat-me
me termraat-me which is atteviant equipment' ed.
for the suction dredge. .
The action wUl result in some, ""I" th PrJei,!nt ..dredging
force reduction of the c r e w s schedules, the Mindi will com com-Which
Which com-Which now consist of 25 U.S. Citi- Pte,te the work at the Cristobal
sen employes and 125 non-q.S. ci- outcr,( anchorage before being laid laid-pn
pn laid-pn omninvpc nf ihow h i "P' has been used on this ma-
presently known that transfers to1"" Project for most of the time
other Dredeina Division activities' when not engaged in maintenance
n hp pffprtprf for mimhpr nf i
ij.S.-rate and local-rate employes.
- Plans for lrvfae-un the Mindi
1 l r ..l ,!
Mfiii v n fi wcic aiimniiii tin 'ill
embers of the; crews by P. A.
ntc. Chief of the Dredging Divi Divi-in.
in. Divi-in. who exDlained the necessity
for the action. Thus, the men af affected,
fected, affected, are being given a nine-
month informal notice of force
reductions, t ormai notices of per-
olved will not!
be issued until
t the normal
period of one
th in advance. I
. White said Wi
ay that the
edge will com-1
tffete all main
ance and lm-
Hv the end of tl
plans are to de-ecCivale the
t r i j r
ui ior d penoa oi iwo years
i time it will I
service again. During this t
year period the dredge will
iot in the reserve fleet on
Except tor brief periods,
f1' his hien in continuous sc
ic? aince it was added to
Dredging Division fleet
also hopes 'to return when I
Hollister's statement follows:
"The House committee or
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
of the Congress has contlnulne
jurisdiction over the welfare of
the Panama Canal.
"It has tb.e task of maklnsr
estimates from time to time of
the needs of the Cunal in or order
der order that it mav continue with without
out without interruotiop its mission uf
service to the shaping routes
that link together the countrl
it the world, fci order that it
stirnpt,es mav h a accurst-
possible, the chairman. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Herbert C. Bonner,
has called together this board
of engineers to assist in the
technical problems that are In Involved
volved Involved In forecasting the needs
of the future.
"This work we have inly
negun. and it will be continu continuing
ing continuing for some tftjie.
"The Panama oazwl is rate of
the greatest df man's achieve achievements
ments achievements in pfovifiinis a short route
from the two largest, oceans,
Mnein" a it does shin1' fwi
all narts of the world to thisi
"It '? rprnsrkShlp t.Viot pft-
over 0 years of service It 'tJ
i"rrat.'rv ,co !rnAothl" nun' ef ef-"cientK
"cientK ef-"cientK even thnwofc modem
"lemonr! iion It rnviri efniv
vef been foretold by its build builders.
ers. builders. i "W American run V !h)MW
"roi"1 r'hn achievements In It?
"We ri9,y hen ime'ied with
vour delightful country.
"We have been very preatlv
""sisted b the Governor nr?
M "tff 1t rnak'nn' nofbi a
'imDreheK-ive visual inane -tion
of thU reat waterway in
i very short time.
"We shpH hone to return
ivhen we mav enlov with mrc
'eiswre the bpities ,nd the
intTPst'T" features of
work for the past few years
. othe.r ,work Dem8 scheduled for
me Min wis year includes the
rmnvnl of shoa k in ftatnn
as well as improvement or c a
up work in both the Cristobal and
Balboa harbors and entrance
Fibreglass Model Oi American 'Explorer
To Go On Display At USIS Building Soon
rihrfirf9: mnriai ttv na
earth satellite "Explorer" will be
nut on msniav here Short. V at.
the UJ8. Information Service
The model to be displayed
ere is one of 104 being shipped
all parts of the world by the
The full-scale, six-and-one
a!f foot models will help de
Arosa Sun To
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WHEN MINISTERS MEET-. Father Thomas W. Frye of
Miami, Florida, (left), is greeted oh his "arrival yesterday
aboard the Arosa Stn by the Rev. R. O. Van Royen of the
Balboa Baptist Hoaie Mission Board. They are jM friends.
Fryer and his wife fill stay with Van Royen until tomorrow.
Dismissed CZ Police Sergeant Says Potter
Threatened To Bust Him For Union Activity
Former Canal Zone Police Sgt. James L. Hatcher said today that he had not been fired
Ho Is to appeal his dismissal, made public yesterday, to the Civil Service Commission in
He elaims that Gev. W. E. Potter and other Canal Zone Government officials "had their
feathers ruffled" when about 49 senators, congressmen and labor leaedts wrote the governor
asking that Hatcher be considered for the position of thief pf police following there ttranent
oi mj. noger w. urumn.
The replies of local officials to the letter -wrlthnr senators were "beauta" according to
Batcher, who says some of the recipients let him see the replies.
Hatcher also said today that Potter "threatened to bust me or reduce me In rank if I
continued to form a police union."
"The decision (of dismissal)
handed down in my case was a
personal one, contrary to the
Advisory Board's grievance re recommendation,"
commendation," recommendation," said Hatcher.
"I will win my case, and I
will be back."
"Briefly, I have always been
a thorn in the Administration's
side, in that I have opposed
them and insisted on legislation
and other matters that would
help and benefit our policemen
in their ; working conditions,
hours of work, salary, griev grievances,
ances, grievances, fringe benefits and mat matters
ters matters pertaining to the general
improvement of the canal Zone
Police," the dismissed sergeant
"I challenge the Governor or
any other official to show that
I have ever asked for or legis legislated
lated legislated for anything other than
what we were entitled to by
"My recent trouble with the
Administration began last
summer when In Washington
Most t the crew of the Mindi
have long service and have been
assigned to the big dredge jint-c
it went into service. Many had al
so been aboard the dredge Las
Cruces or othet Dredging Division
equipment prior to that time. A A-bout
bout A-bout five or she of the U.S.-rate
men have had about 30 years of
service ; a
In announcing plans for the
Mindi, White told crew members
that every effort will be made to
transfer them to work for which
they arc qualified, in other Canal
units, in addition to those who
will be transferred to other Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division jobs, A number ;
the crew members will be eliei-
ble for and may elect retirement
when the dredge goes out of serv
unv wh.n v,-
satellite was launched last Jan-
lmrv visitor flnrkmA in TT O
nests' in 80 countries reouestine
information on Explorer I and
the techniouea involved In tret-
ting the man-made moon into
In keeping with President
Eisenhower's pledge to share the
Information arieaned from the
sful' satellite's orbiting around the
tjjSLglope with all nations, toe umt umt-ear'ed
ear'ed umt-ear'ed States has put together' a kit
Gov. Potter accused me of dou double
ble double crossing him when I testi testified
fied testified before the Senate Com Committee
mittee Committee on S-L850 and put a
few good words In for other
groups on the Cannl Zone,"
"In SeptemW when J was at attempting
tempting attempting to form a Police
Union the Governor, In his of office
fice office and in fsjmt of witness,
threatened to bust or reduce me
in rank if I continued to form
a police union.
"He especially emphasized
that r would be reduced if I
headed it as President, stating
that had I come up to talk it
Over with him before going this
far, that he felt he could have
talked me out of It.
"He ended Up wltl 'Don't
think anything personal is in involved
volved involved if yon find yourself
walking -some undesirable
('Since the formation of the
oolice union which has a mem membership
bership membership of 98 per cent of the
eligible members of the police
force, the Governor has refused
to reeoanwe the oolice' union
"He states, that T haven t
made up my mind whether to
recognizo the police union or
not. and I won't accept it if a
supervisory officer nesvos it'.
"For oovernor Potter's infor
niatlon, the decision to accept
the Canal Zone Ponce :s Digger
than his to make, "Hatcher went
on. in fact the decision has been
made. Philip Young. ?chairman
of the Civil Service commission
wrote a letter to Gov, Jonn s
Seybold April 1, 1954 in answer
to a ouetion rpjsed by James A.
Campbell, president of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Federation of Govern
ment EmDloves and otner locai
labor leaders and informed him
CAIRO, March 20 (UP) Bay
mnnrt Harp presented his creden
tials as United States imbassadpr
to the United Arab Republic w
dey. ' n
Hare formerly was Ambassadoj
to Egypt. He; oresgnted his new
credentials to UAR Protocol Chief
Mamaj El Din Abdel Nabi.
e"ontain!ng basic information on
tne Explorer. The kit was as
sembled by the U.S. Information
Agency for distribution abroad
It contains a full-scale picture
diagram of the satellite with
cutaway technique showing -its
Interior mechanism;, a scale
drawing of the launching vehi
cle; a photographic enlargment
of the actual launching at Cape
Canaveral, Florida; a large world
map showing the Datb of its or orbit,
bit, orbit, and an explanatory text.
THAT'S AN EXPL08EMETER that Panama Canal- .chemists
David Rosenblatt deft) and Henry Tooke (center) are exam examining
ining examining with Capt. John Taber who was relieving the Fire Chief
yesterday. The explosemeter measures the amount of explo explosive
sive explosive gases in an area. The chemists boarded the disabled
Arosa Sun yesterday tb test the area outride of the engine
room for contamination.
of the right of the Canal Zone
policemen to join the AFGE.
"The decision has been made
and the Canal Zone Police
Lodge N. 1798, AFGE, will
survive local administration
According to Hatcher. Ynuna
in his letter of ADril 1. 1954 to
Seybold stated in part, "accord
ingly, tne Commission's respon responsibility
sibility responsibility Is to determine whether
there are special circumstances
in this case that will iustlfv a
deviation from the foregoing
poMcy. We have carefully con considered
sidered considered the reasons advanced bv
your office and other factors' as
well, for admlnlstr,atively deny denying
ing denying to the Canal Zone police policemen
men policemen the right to affiliate with
tne American Federation of
"It Is the judgment of the
Commission that the. policy of
your agency should give way
to the over-all policy of the
executive branch of the gov government
ernment government established through
Executive Order 9830.
"You are advised that the
commission cannot, under these
circumstances, approve tlie re
vision suDmittea By your office
Dec. 14, 1953 td chapter C2-I of
the Company-Government Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Manual."
Hatcher went on to say to today:
day: today: "Further, for Governor
Potter's information, the ad administration
ministration administration also opposed us
at that time. Personnel Direc Director
tor Director Edward A. Doolan went so
far as to 'state, 'Personally, I
believe the police are very
foolish to have pushed this
particular matter. Now that
they have done so, we will, of
course,, take the necessary
steps to recognize the new
union when formed and deal
with it in lieu of the Police
"Governor Seybold in a note
to then Lt. Gov. H. O. Paxon
stated; 'as I understand, we have
asked for reconsideration and it
was not granted. Also that the
affiliation is leeal. So happens
that we better agree as the road
of legislation is rocky and so I
would guess. . would be unsuc
cessful for us.'
"T would lik to add." conclud
ed Hatcher, "that in spill of the
Administration's atutuae, tne
Police Union is legal and will
continue to exist."
Army To Cail
13,000 In May
WASHINGTON (UP) The
Armv will draft 13,000 men in
May, the Defenss Department
This is the same monthly fig
ure set for draft calls since Feb
ruary. The Army plans to con
tinue at the 13,000 monthly draft
level for the remainder of 1558.
Nabbed For Burglary
In Gavilan Area
A diminutive defendant who
just aoout reached the waist of
ine officer who arrested him. to
day was bound over for trial in
.us District Court on a charge
oi nurgurizinfl a -Uavuait
Bell of $1,000 was set in the case
against Jose A. villanueva, the 19
year-oia ranamanian wno was
charged yesterday in Balboa
Magistrate's Court with the felo
He was picked up by Canal Zone
policeman James Marchuck on
regular patrol along UaJboa Road.
He noticed the youth heading for
the Limits with a bundlf under his
Today in court, Mrs. M. S. Bow Bow-en,
en, Bow-en, an employe at the U.S. Dis
trict Qourt, testified tfjat she left
the storeroom under her bouse un unlocked.
locked. unlocked. She said the list saw her
bunbeam iron and cordi two elec
tric hammers and her son's bath bathing
ing bathing trunks in the storeroom on
Tuesday night, They afe gone the
next morning, she sa
Villanueva admitted; that Mrs
Bowen "probably knows what she
has, but he added that all he.
could say was that he took the
hammers and the iron: 'but not the
bathing trunks. i.
"She can't blame me for that
since there are so many people
going by there," he stated,
Police are still investigating a
second daylight buglary which
occurred in the Gavilan area.
They suspect VillanueVa is also
connected with this one.
Wlm B ib WM Ib
HERE SHE COMES. .At least one local resident was on hand
at the pier to greet the Arosa Sun's arrival. She is Mrs A. A.
Soils, wife of MSgt. Albert Soils, an instructor at the Ft.
Gulick Latin, American School. Three-year-old Albert, Jr.,
points to the arriving ship. Mrs. Soils said that Arthur Pey Pey-mann,
mann, Pey-mann, chief steward on the ship, lives in Hamburg, where her
" sister Ls a nurse.
Gets Repair Job
RpnnifC in ttioimnin onnin rnnm n( llii AicnUaA
cruise ship Arosa Sun, which
yesterday, may take frpm two
it was estimated today.
Canal officials said today the two-hour fire last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night appears to have been caused by a crankcase
They were still inspecting the damaged vessel which
is tied up at Pier 9 in Cristobal all day today. The ship
will be transferred later to the Industrial Division where
it is expected the repairs will be made.
6o?d Brothers, local agent for the 20,125-ton Panama-flag
ship, said today that although it was too early
to estimate the exact extent of the damages to the ship.
they will probably be "very
Meanwhile, the body of Pasquale Versace, 35-year-old
Italian crewman who died in the explosion at sea, was
removed from the ship. Versace, who was the ship's as assistant
sistant assistant engineer, will be buried here.
A second crewman, Ernst
-4 Q,l E .in
Dr. Thomas W. Fryer, Protest Protestant
ant Protestant chaolain for the disabled ship,
said on docking yesterday: "we
were on the brink of disaster, u
the fire hadn't been brought un under
der under conlro! the whole ship would
Fryer and most of the 215 other
passengers referred to the cruise
ship as "our redeemed vessel"
ana were iuu or praise ior me
heroism and resourcetuiness ot tne
ship's captain and crew which
managed to put out a two-hour
fire which broke out in the engine
room last Saturday nght.
Although none o! the passengers
were injured, two crewmen were
fatally burned. One died immedi immediately
ately immediately as a result o the explosion.
The other, Ernst Winselmin; 28 of
Bremershaven, Germany died at
Gorsas Hospital an hour before
the Arosa Sun arrived.
Two crewmen. Lorenz Lahme,
43 an(j Th'eodore H. Schubbert, 4,
were the iirst to leave the crip crippled
pled crippled ship yesterday It noon. TUey
were hospitalized al Coco Solo for
burns on the arms.
About 177 passengers left last
night and early this morning by
air for Miami. Jwenty-two have
made reservations on board the
Empress of Eng and sailing for
was towed into Crisrdbal
to more weeks to complete.
Winsemm, 25, died at Co-
iiwiitMi 'Al ., . JjKt
New Yerf on Saturday.
The 16-day Caribbean cfttfsa
was to have ended at Ft, Ever-
gkdes, Fla. by Saturday.
Although most of tho passong.
rs praistd the action of the
captain and crow in bringing
the firo under control, there
wore at' least three who disa disagreed.
greed. disagreed. They were Iwo brothers, Lloyd
and Stanford Crosby of Tittsburg
who blamed the crew for "utter
inefficiency" in getting the life
boats ready. Said one brother:
"They fumbled with the boats.
didn't seem to know what to do,
ana there was no one around to
give them proper orders. If we
had to abandon ship, we never
would have made it."
Another passenger, Walter Car
olan, threatened to notify the
Kansas' City Star of the capt captain's
ain's captain's misconduct end led what
others have called a "mutiny."
Ho proposed forming a .liaison
committee of ,tho passengers
with the captain to make sure
they were informed of the situa situation.
tion. situation. However, Dr. Fryer voiced the
opinion of the majority of pas passengers
sengers passengers when he said:
"The only thing we regret a a-bout
bout a-bout the trip was the un-Ameriean
conduct of a few people on bpard
who had the nerve to challenge
the master of the vessel,
"I used to go to sea a greatjjiel,
and I know that the proper proce procedure
dure procedure was i being followed at all
times. The ship wis in A-l condi condition
tion condition to abandon any minute. If
was perfectly marvelohs the my
the crew acted."
Fryer and his wife who'are
from Miami, gave this eye-witness
account of the accident:
"It all happened so quickly. It
was 7:40 p.m. and we were un undressed
dressed undressed in our stateroom, getting
ready for dinner. First thing? we
heard was this tremendous fix fix-plosion.
plosion. fix-plosion. MtaS
"I told Pauline, my wife, to get
dressed quickly and eet outiv:
But as we started to dress the
most fearful thing happened. The
ugnt went out, and our life jackets
were somewhere under the bed.
"Our stateroom was furthest aft.
and we could see oil fumes and
smoke spreading liirouga the .ship.
in me aaricness we managed to
get our lifejaekets on. we were
partially dressed and rushed out.
"There was lots of running
back and forth by crew and.
passengers, but otherwise no
screams of hysteria.
"To lessen the danger of exnhv.
sion, the -captain bad dumped 900
tons of oil and we were virtually
floating in a sea of oil.
"The only lights we had were
the red distress rockets from the
captain's bridge. The rockets went
on au the time until the fire was
"Then we all gathered and nrav-
red. We sang a prayer of thanks
giving and deliverance."
Fryer said that the following
day a memorial service was
ro'd for the dead crewman, and
$1300 was collected from among
the passengers tr his family as
well as for the three injured
(COhtltin on wiripi"
THUBTEAY, MARCH 20, 193
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LITTLE LEAGUE INVESTIGATOR
Baseball Mom." (Mail Box, Marcrt 14) requested an In
react trra Hrm rf T.it.t.ip T.pnpiip coaches.
TroirtftBti'iuu vi jwww jve-
Having spent 11 years of my career as an investigator anu
i- n.wi.inotincr in T.itt.ip T.paimfi baseball for several years I
feel somewhat qualified to at least answer a few of her ques-
ahe should not consider me impartial though, because
no manager or coach of tnose mas can nonesuy euuwb tu
admirable trait to tne opposiuun. v
Anyway this may be an excuse to publish an article on Lit Little
tle Little League baseball which I have meant to do for several years,
hut never found time (what with two games and several prac prac-ttic&s
ttic&s prac-ttic&s CflLcJLi week)
My 25 years "in baseball have proven to me that there are
many rules and techniques which many spectators, even the
most rabid fans, never recognize. ..,
I'm sure the ordinary parent doesn't expect that
(manager-coach) to make a Stan Musial outf the r boy in
the short time allowed. Many times the boy's participation is
the first in an organized sport which is .constantly supervised
by aSftsVd gwerned by carefully established rules and reg-
By VICTOR RIESEL
And now the investigated axe
investigating the investigators.
Jimmie Holla s Chicago social
set has developed a sudden pas
sion for saving the government's
money and has protested that
Sen. McClellan's sleuths are "in-
efticient' and "wasteful."
So indignant are these friends
of Jim Hoffa over all this "ineffi
ciency that they ve investigated
the Committee s investigators and
have dispatched 'a complete re
port to Mr. McClellan.
The counter-investigation, which
really Is the first counter-offensive
by the Hoffa clique against
the racket-busting committee, was
financed by one Allen. Uonman,
owner of the Union Insurance A A-gency
gency A-gency which handles virtually all
of Jim Hoffa's Central Conference
of Teamsters' welfare and pension
insurance policies. The Senate in
vestigators, under Bob Kennedy's
direction, have been mighty inter
ested in ail this, for in roughly 10
years, the Teamsters Central
States organization will have a
bout $750,000,000 in its various in
The other day. Allen Dorrman,
son of Paul Dorfman, Jim Hoffa's
most intimate mend, charged that
Senate investigators 'are wasting
many thousands of dollars tough
inefficiency. "I would like to know
whv new investigators have to
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managers and coaches. Let us cue a ww ui
mTL conform to the
TMoyfS be between the ages of 8 and 12.
(2) Each team roster is limited to a maximum of 15 boys.
(8) This roster must comprise a maximum of six 12-year-olds:
five 11-year-olds and four 10-year-olds and younger.
(4) The pitching roster is limited to five" which must in include,
clude, include, not to exceed two 12-year-olds; two 11-year-olds; and
one 10-year-old or younger.
(5) Each boy must play at least 10 per cent of the total in-
omteams have a large number of boys to select from
which should result in an increased number of tefems entered.
Although the objectives is the maximum participation of boys,
ai. in sieht. nf this obiective.
wmX"rrtiA tie Wwtai statistics on the teams
sntered in the Armed Forces Little League are as follows:
nie,!, iVr ir nnniipants three teams entered
(2) Caribbean Command 44 applicants three teams
entered. rmiirAnt one team entered.
The assignment or organizing a b4""' "4 MU1 "". rfl:
ball team or teams has its drawback, disappointments, satis.
. i i... i.nlilM innmpnt.s
III tha Sfof the players parents that only the ";
wiving the scheduled games are the basis for most of tiie par
enWToTuote the Little League pledge may be out of place but
here goes: 4
t? frfnntrvd will respect its laws-
Twill play (fair and strive to win
But win ot lose
I will always do my best.
(The Caribbean Command team repeats this pledge before
each game and I like to think we sincerely believe it)
There are numerous other aspects of the Little League
baseball program which might be of Interest:
n .-.tatinn nn- to fine cooDeratlon of the bus
dispatchers and drivers my Own problem has been minor but It
enter the picture, thereby com
pletely wasting all the time, ef effort
fort effort and money spent by previous
investigators, the disturbed young
What rankles young Dorfman
is ths fact that since last August
his ifilts have been "in ths hands
of sight diffsrsnt investigators."
Dorfman's sudden devotion to
ths government's financisl stab stability
ility stability might main him mighty un unpopular
popular unpopular in some Chicago circles
except for ths fact that ths
aberration comes just at s tims
when many forces believe epsn
season on ths Senate rackst
busting committee is here.
Walter Winchell In New York
. kit n arrDmrtnc Prior to this arrangement by
uco a ",'' p j u.... r. A ib l-.nl! nlavarS
Sliarry HelgntS POSl ijomnmnacr, i in uw -us
driver in my car. (.Quite crowded, "Mom", and don't let
the police catch you).
(2) Insurance and Medical Aid The manager collects for
and arranges for players' accident insurance plus scrounging
the first, aid kits for use at games and practices. (This entails
some doctor and nurse experience).
(3) Finance The expenses of equipping the Armed Forc Forces
es Forces teams is theoretically a Services problem. Due to unforseen
economic cuts- in Army appropriations this problem also fell in
the manager's lap. urms cue was prior to me axiuurer iUi;n iUi;n-lne).
lne). iUi;n-lne). The generosity of the Quarry Heights Officers Wives Club;
the Post Commander, Quarry Heights; and the Youth Activities
Council of Fort Amador answered the personal appeal and the
boys had their equipment.
(4) Playine Facilities The chore of providing the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command- baseball field fell to the 15th Naval District
primarily because you can't build a park in a Quarry (Htt) and
Amador is all cluttered up with goif courses and ball fields for,
thC Afterrsbome urging Navy came trough with a facsimile
which necessitated local ground rules for holes in backstop
Tcreen; foul line fences which balls roll ?t'a2E&
in bad state of repair, which was-too close to the PTajgnj WW.
and a portable (believe it or not) outfield fence J:
ways blowing down. It had to De portable so the larger boys
fl! share the field Inasmuch as theirs was not completed,
couia snare ine wia, d out eftch
tottTto Complete the larger boys field
ung ii Dacs; ui wucu i
ine ?5TtoVrfence The manager is held personally! respon respon-..
.. respon-.. J "?u tiki. T.i.niniA baseball with other actlv-
ities of youth such as cub scouts, rehearsals, studies ana sucn.
(6)gTheft This may be" a misnomer as a title but good as
Iny because the manager Is responsible. You get a phone call
at 1900 hours after a particularly frustrating game and you
have lust calmed down enough to try some dinner. It goes
something like this: "Jttiior has lost his shoes and homework
S.n. Ua innkino- m vour car?" "Ohs he didn't ride
with irou you don't suppose he could possibly have left them
onirbusr 4ou know how children are and for that matter
thosi bus drivers don't care, do they?" "Do you remember the
1.11" 1, wl Keo nh won win check tomorrow that's fine,
youTnow about such SUTarSSMe
U I can't get Junior to take i of his, things around home
m&r sn vou must have your hands full. No, I won i worry
about it any more, Bye Bye." .,. in An wlth
this, incident Is one of many and has nothing to do w th
theliany wallets, watches, knives, etc., JSSSS&
the players during tne game thr0wner and
them afterwards unless he can remember tne owner ana
catch him beiore ne leaves.
(7) Bookkeeping Amazing how much time this consumes.
There are contracts to prepare for the parents' signature, this
is a form of release for the player. The manager releases the
form and it takes weeks and much fussing to get it back, slgneff.
Then you keep accounts, supported by .vouchers, of the
funds furnished by the various organizations previously men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. The keeping of the score book is no small chore (any (anyway
way (anyway no one ever volunteers) and the maintenance of the stat statistics
istics statistics for league records and to insure compliance with neces neces-'
' neces-' aary rules is time-consuming. These statistics also help the
roaches in manning their strategy and batting lineup.
The publicity, which is supposedly handled by the League
officials (have you seen any news wems on me armcn f orces
League), is also a problem because if you get any you write It
yourself and see that it gets to the newspapers.
Editor's Note: This Is' the first section of a lengthy letter on
the Little Leagues. The second and final section will appear in
tomorrow's Mail Box. ., , .,
The shouting and table-thumping
the televised insults, the bickering
over witnesses and the needling
of opposing 'political forces, dur
ing the Keutner-tiomer inaour pic picnic
nic picnic has given the land the impres
sion that the Committee is so cut
down the middle that never the
twain shall meet. Okay, Repub
licans are Republicans and Dent
ocrats are Democrats, even on
this Committee but the twain
WILL meet quietly again. This
won't be until some time in riiid-
LApr il however.
F 'A survey by this agent reveals
that there is no sentiment insiae
the Committee to bolt, walk out
on future hearings, or call off new
probes. The war between the
states aB the Wisconsin-Miahigan
hearings soon will be known will
roll through next week and per per-han
han per-han riant uo to the Easter recess.
At that time the Committee will
go after the old game again. It
mi have its cnoice oi laies ui
some 10 cities incuding Chica
go, home of Paul Dorfman, the
singularly powerful friend of Hof Hoffa.
The McClellan Committeoi's
counselor. Robert Kennedy, has
long been planning to put Paul
Dorfman on the stand. Simple fact
is that Mr. Dorfman, among other
things, has long been Hoffa s busi business
ness business partner as well as close
The Dorfman demand for
probe of the probers will not exact
ly create a Senatorial crisis, nor
will it postpone the Committee's
full probe of Chicago. But what
will not be orusnea on so easny
is criticism of the Committee mat
is rolline uo inside legitimate lab
or crcles the kind of critcisra
the Dorfmans tried to cut them themselves
selves themselves m on in their search for
Man Reading ths Papers
The U.S. has stockpiled enough
strategic materials to see the na nation
tion nation through 3 years of war. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, the next war might
last 3 minutes ... Don't miss the
revival of Disney's "Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs." JVfter two
decades, it remains tuneful and
jolly. Especially Dopey ... Ameri Americans
cans Americans are sooo confused. One ex
pert insists we're- weak, another
contends we're strong and a third
disagrees with both. Trouble is,
words outnumber facts. And some
of the peo,' who should be giving
us light are trying to burn each
other ... When we read about the
hopefuls who believe that talking
with Russia's leaders will solve
all problems, we recall Khrush
chev's tak in which he warned
Americans: "We will bury you
Franchot Tone and Dolores Dorn-
Heft finally confirmed their two two-year
year two-year secret marriage, yhich we
first printed about a year and a
half ago and which they always
denied and got us to retract. At
any rate, congratulations and hap
py hit for their next co-starring
film, "uncle vanya, wnicn opens
at the Baronet Theatre in late A-
y BMW MA ft SON
WASHINGTON In tjeir la
session with ex-Comrxussioaer it.
caaru Mack the Harris commits
was about as gentle with htm a.
the Senate Interstate CommercL
Committee which confirmed him
in the first place.
They yutuahy kissed him on
both Cheeks, aid not bother to
cross-examine him on various in
teresting points, including how he
happened to have Thurman White Whiteside's
side's Whiteside's law associate, Earl (Barber,
planted right inside his office.
Whiteside not only paid Com-
missioner Mack various sums of
money but sent Barber bp to Wash-
ingon to serve as Mack's assist
ant. Thus Whiteside had a double
check on Mack.
Barber in turn used $380 of the
taxpayers' money to phone a bar
giri ib Miami, Joyce cook. Bit
ber placel the calls from the FCC
to a phone booth alongside the bar
where Miss Joyce worked paid
ior dv uncie sam
The Harris committee didn't
bother to go into any of this.
has about 7 million members, "Without firing a shot, by posing
but ths party enslaves ZOO mil million
lion million Russians. End of dtbunkur.
Evsr sines ths opening of the
R.iuther-Kohler hearings hontst
labor chiefs hsvs hit ths com committee
mittee committee fef probing the Auto
Workers Uniort. This attack Is
building slowly but powerfully
across ths country and Is the on only
ly only real source el worry among
frisnds of the Committee.
Tin. first bie blast came from
hard-hitting George Meany. It was
nrpkml uo bv Al Hayes, chairman
Of the AFL-U1U fitmcai rucu a
mitt is a soeech at Notre
Dame. Hayes complained that lab labor
or labor now is wearying of five years
of steady probing Dy various on
gressional committees inciud'
mn iMc nna.
t ..tAcf nf the verbal assaults has
come from the general counsel of
the Amalgamated Clothing Work Workers
ers Workers Union, whose president, Jack
Potofsky, is also a memoer m uw
Ethical Practices Committee.
Looks like spring will be the o-
pen season on tne committee
The Academy Award show
should be a spectacular. It'll cost
$850,000 ... The Communist Party
is legal m only 5 Latin-American
republics: Argentina, Bolivia, E E-cuador,
cuador, E-cuador, Mexico and Uruguay...By
jove! A London paper has offered
a $140,000 prize to the first person
to reach the moon within the de decade
cade decade ... The struggle in Indonesia
cannot be casually dismissed. That
nation represents the strategic
crossroads between the Asian
mainland and Australia... The Her
aid-Tribune's glum forecast: "It
will take a major recession to win
a tax cut for the American people
in 1958." The foregoing recalls
FPA's pome: "Count that day won
when,. turning on its axis, the earth
imposes no additional taxes"...
Poor Judy Garland and husband
Sid Luft ... Together they made a
success of everything but their
marriage ... Judy Garland and
Betty Hutton: Hollywood's No. 1
"Peyton. Place," which was
scorned 'by many critics, has sold
almost 6 million copies. Moral:
There are more people than cri critics
tics critics ... The recent criticism of the
President has been deplored by
some editorialists as evidence oi
national weakness. iBunk. The spir spirit
it spirit of dissent is the essence oi demo
cracy. The story of America is a
record of political conflict --from
the fierce debate that raged over
the Declaration of Independence
to the latest Washington popoff
Every President desires unity.But
ni Chief Executive worth his salt
would demand blind support. Echo Echoing
ing Echoing one man's voice is not harmo
ny, but slavery .Where everybody
agrees with everybody nobody
uunKs aoout anytnmg.
The flicker version of O'Neill's
"Desire Under the Elms" keeps
the original theme intact infan infanticide
ticide infanticide ... The largest World War II
bomb had the explosive power of
tons of TNT. Today's weapons
have the explosive equivalent of
20 minion tons...The Soviet Union
spends $5 billion-a-year for propa
sanda. Lies can be expensive ..
The N.Y. Times headlined a story
about the state ok our economy:
"Experts Disagree 'on Its Course
and on What Should Be Done A
bout It." In other words, if you
listen to enough experts, you be
come an expert on contusion
Liz Taylor's editorial: "Russia fas
cinated me. It s like a Grade t
motion picture." Unlike Grade B
fuckers, the USSR has no happy
as 'friends in need,' Moscow's
traders are strangling Egypt's e-1
rnrmmv fnrnino the cmintrv intivi
an economic satellite." Dictator
Nasser is discovering you cannot
J t 1 C4t JIAft.A I- 1-
qq ousiness wiui a aictaiorsnip.
Hao... The members of the Unit
ed Nations possess three-quarters
of the world s uranium supply
Despite the billions in foreign .aid,
the U.S. has few allies it can de
pend in. The reason is apparent:
The friends you must buy are not
A mobster's doll attracted more
newspaper space than this big
news; The American Heart Asso
ciation announced the discovery of
a mold that hunts down and de destroys
stroys destroys blood clots in the body in
minutes Officials said it would
be a boon to victims of heart at attacks,
tacks, attacks, and that its development
could be as significant as that of
penicitlin ... Harry Truman, who
is being very critical these days,
never mentions his Administra
tion's defense economies in 1946
and 1950, which dealt a body-blow
to cur Air Force ... A foreign cor
respondent's size-up of the Middle
East: "It is composed of two na
tions the privileged and the peo
pie"" ... Why Russia has infiltrat
ed the Middle East: The land be
tween Iraq and Saudi Arabia pro
duces 80 percent as much oil as
the entire Soviet Untcn.
Getting the country out of an
economic' recession can be pretty
nerve-racking: President E i sen-
bower told Congressional Republic Republican
an Republican leaders the other day. parti
cularly when the White House is
beset with as many curatives as
are currently under study.
"I'm being pulled from all
sides," reported the President.
ime ot ms advisers, be said,
k an accelerated public works
111 't. i 1,..
srara wui oe sumcieni to nil
us out of the rut. while others, in
cluding Vice President N ix On,
think a tax cut is essential.
In addition, ike said, there is
the question of what public works
reclamation, public housing,
post offices, roadbuhding and so
on are best suited to the recove recovery
ry recovery drive.
"As far as I am concerned, th th-primary
primary th-primary aim is providing jobs."
the President declared. "Not just
spending a lot of money, but
spending it in a way that will get
as many unemployed back to work
at useful occupations as soon as
possible, preferably within thye
next three months.
"Well, nothing puts, people back
to work like building houses, Mr
President," suggested Sen. Horn
er Capehart of Indiana.
"We can do this as fast as we
want to. If it now takes an aver
age of four men to build a house
in a year, why not build it in six
months with eight men?
"If we build a "million new hous
es this year, it will mean a mil
lion new heating units, more fur
niture making, plumbing and oth
er related activities, in addition to
the work nrovded for carpenters,
bricklayers ano eiecipcians.
ng and loan groups to carry mort mort-:age
:age mort-:age on veterans' (GI) homes at
i-H percent interest.
If the GI interest rate was clos
er to the FHA loan rate of 5 1-4
per cent, it would ereatlv timni.
ate home-building, Capehart con contended,
tended, contended, adding: "There w-re only
4000 GI home starts in Jimin
There should have been at least
The President said h im
but that Capehart miglt have i i-ficulty
ficulty i-ficulty getting the interest hike
through the Democratic-controlled
He added that he was havhi.
some difficulty himself trvi no to
expedite the super-highway pro pro-fram,
fram, pro-fram, which has been delayed by
dif a rences over the purchase of
ties through various ci-
Real estate tract marW 1
the highway rights-of way are
purcaased by state governments
ana me uer are not greatly con con-cerDed
cerDed con-cerDed m keeping down the cost,
ike pomted out, as long as the
Federal government foots 90 par
cent of the bill. w
"Something wuAJuve to be done'
-ouui uus-. ne remarked testily.
"I don't want the hhrhwsv nt.
BANKERS DUCK VET LOANS
Capehart maintained that one
the refusal of bankers and build
The Cass of the Missing Bride
demonstrates sgsin why truth is
stranger than fiction: Fiction
must be logical, truth can bs
fantastic... What is an sctrsss?
See Arms Magnani's portrayal of
a nun in "The Awatoining" mo-
vis ... Ths U.S. will spend over
$3 billion for missile bases dur
ing ths next few years ... The
N. Y. Post's editorial page tea,
d us about our, observation that
th numerical decrease in na native
tive native Reds doesn't lessen ths dan danger
ger danger of Communism. Our opinion
is neither contradictory nor un unrealistic.
realistic. unrealistic. Look now, Mr. Editor,
ths Communist Party in Russia
CBS' newt-chief has urged
mom editorials over teevee. It's
about time tv discarded its timi timidity.
dity. timidity. A free nation is only as
good as the public opinion that
sustains it. And there cannot bs
intelligent public opinion without
forthright discussion ... Lorstta
Young, who looks like she's 22,
confesses to inter vie vnsrs that
she's 44 ... Admiral Hatfield and
General McCoy should be re reminded
minded reminded of General "Wild Bill'1
Donovan's warning: "The most
perfect subversive action ens na nation
tion nation can take against an enemy
is to achieve disunity among
ths various branches of th arm
ed forces" ... Ths FCC mests
proves this: Th cost of hsving
your inctocency exposed always
exceeds th price otf soiling out
Peter Lind Hayes, now starring
in "Who Was That Lady 1 Saw
You With?" has a bigger ambi ambition:
tion: ambition: Wants to be a successful writ writer
er writer ... Sponsor mag warns that 11
new Westerns will soon be gallop
ing aling the tv trail ... From U U-nited
nited U-nited States News-World Report:
A newsman quotes a movie di
rector: "Like all actors and ac
tresses, Tony Perkins has to b
loved. 'Do you love me?' Per
kins would ask all the time.
'Where's my present today?"
Lunt ahd Fontanne, who will ig ignite
nite ignite Broadway soon in "The Vi
sit." hae given the show an un
usual tryout: Touring in England
the past few months ...The orators
Will soon be telling college grad graduates
uates graduates what to expect from the
world. More important, however,
is what the world can expect of
them. Young people today have a
thousand opportunities for every
one which existed a century- ago.
Our complex economy demands
the genius to improve it and the
skill of millions to run it. The only
limits to the future are the nar
row borders of despair. In other
words, the only people this coun
try can rely on are those who
have learned to relv on themselves
...News Item: 5th Anny'l of Sta
lin's Death ... Just shows to go
you how long heels are remember
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P. O. Box 5290, Panama
Mm W prosptdvi-boolciW without MgotioA,
In 1783 John Jacob Astor, a
poor German emigrant, sailed
for America to seek his for
tune. On the advice of bis
shipmates, he decided to enter
the fur trade. By trading ai
rcctly with th Indians, whom
he often persuaded to ex
change their entire season's
'catch for a tew trinkets or a
blanket, ahd by hard work and
being thrifty, he acquired
$200,000 in six years,
Brltannlci Jr. Encyclopedia
gram tied op by. a lot of costly
real estate deals.
"We've got to speed up these
road construction projects if we
are going to realize some real em employment
ployment employment benefits from the pro pro-gri
gri pro-gri ne few irNtbf
Tftt President he would not
uypose mk em ail other reces recession
sion recession remedies proved inadequate.
nmrever, ne saia ne was inclin inclined
ed inclined to agree with Sen. ErJ Martin
(Pa.) and some others at th
ference that th.e effects of a tax
ruueuon might not be sftt soon
enougn to maternity relieve the
slump. He wanted to explore the
tax proposal at a subseonent meet
ing when Secretary of the Treasu
ry Anaerson could be present.
Philadelphia, birthplace of ths
Declaration of Independence.
launched what Philadelphians call called
ed called an M-sateliite this week, M
standing for Moral.
They also launched a move for
"interdependence of nations, the
idea that we can't Jive in this
world without getting along with
Dr. Stefan Osusky, former Czech
Ambassador, to France, long an
anti-Communist exile m the Unit United
ed United States, participated in the
Chief arguments of the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia M satellites: "National
security, despite an expenditure
of $700 billion since 1940, today is
further away than ever ... The
growth of Soviet science is bring
ihg the nation to the edge of de destruction
struction destruction ... The alternative is a
hew type of people to people
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SPACE PROBLEM It's not so much what to paint as where
to paint it that has screen star Elnta Karlowa scratching her
pretty head in Munich, Germany. With the help of another
artist, she's covered the walls of her apartment with murals'.
At left is a self-portrait against a background of the streets
of her home town, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia.
by Erskine Johnson 1A
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA- EjccIu EjccIu-sively
sively EjccIu-sively Yqurs: "and Brigitte .Bar .Bar-dot
dot .Bar-dot Was Created by Publicity."
, She didn't of course.. She had
to rush backstage at the Tropicana
Hotel in Las Vegas to take a Cor Cor-pusc'i
pusc'i Cor-pusc'i Counter reading on Mickey
Yargitay's muscles before going
,into their onstage acrobatic act,
which may be remembered as
. ''Which "Way Did She Go?" if
some Bight Mickey loses his grip.
Jayrie was seeing red instead of
,pink over the report reply Brigit Brigitte,
te, Brigitte, the French sexpot of "And God
Created Woman" fame, gave a
i newsman when asked, "What do
you think of Jayne Mansfield?"
French pastry is said to have re replied.
plied. replied. "What does she have? Chest
, That's all for now, folks.
- But all Holiifwped, not men mention
tion mention the U. S., may not be big
t enough for both Jayne and Miss
Double B if the French uudie Mis
her clothes on 16ng enough to make
one of her forthcoming Columbia
films on this side of the Atlantic.
THE "WOMAN'S STORY" (no
relation to the above), once the
backbone of the movie and the
ladies' handkerchief industries, is
having a revival- under the War Warner
ner Warner Bros, house flag and Jean
Sommohs couldn't be Happier a a-bout
bout a-bout uhleashing the tearl.
Even- if her role dehiands a
gray wig and "the emotionalism
bf it all she told me, has her On
a luncheon diet of fruit and a raw
egg hr milk.
once dorfunated by Bette Davis at
Warner Bros., is "Home Before
Dark," which Mervyn 1 LeRoy is
directing. Jean plays a young wife
Who discovers her hubby (Dan 0
Herlihy) is in love with her sis
ter Rhonda Fleming. It's enough
to make an attractive, 25-year girl
crack up mentally, which Jean
does, along with turning gray hair
ed over night.
"SOUNDS A LITTLE de-press
ing," hubby Stewart Granger, now
in England, told Jean when she
was asked to do the film. "Read
the novel," said Jean. Granger
did, and reported back "It's great
I couldn't put it down."
"Heavy drama gives fey stom
ach butterflies," she said, stirring
the milk. ".Normally I'm a steak-
The raw-eggs-in-milk drama,
HAY IN PELLETS
ITHACA, N. Y.- (UP)- Scien Scientists
tists Scientists hace come up with the notion
that feeding cattle bulky hay is
"inefficient". They say it' would
be easier to give the animals a
pile of pellets. The pellets, hay
type of course, were used in a
six-month experiment with beef
calves at Cornell University's a a-griculture
griculture a-griculture school. The calves that
received mixed hay plus the al alfalfa
falfa alfalfa pellets gained mora Weigh
each day than those animals fed
ordinary mixed nay aione.
"A real fascinating study of a
woman," are Jean's words for the
film, the fourth woman's story"
Sthe works at Warners. Audrey
epburn is on location in Africa
fir one, "The Nun's Story," and
two are awaiting release Na
talie Wood in "Marjorie Morning'
star" and Dorothy Malone in
"Too, Much, Too Soon."
iBut Jean hasn't taken her eyes
off romantic comedy. "I'd not
only like to do a romantic come
dy," she laughed. "I'd lke to
Jean's daughter Tracy is 17
months old now and Jean sounds
like a press agent when she talks
about the miss. She s a genius
Honest, I bet when she starts
school she 11 right away get an
A in" Sandpile."
Af5 Cons Security Leak As Student Organ Raps West's Spying System
LONDON, Much 20 (UP)
tsnusn mteingance agents ioaay
probed an apparent security leak
through which a students maga magazine
zine magazine reported that the West pro provoked
voked provoked east-west border incidents
to learn Soviet secrets.
The reoort was contained in art
icle on British espionage publish published
ed published recently in the Oxford Univer University
sity University undergraduate magazine Isrs.
Editor Lewis Kudfl, 21, said fie
and four other undergradutes
were questioned by detectives 'in
connection with the official se
crets act as a result of toe ar
ticle headlined "Frontier IncidentExposure."
Rudd uicl thn unsianod irticlo
was- "compiled by other pepl".
He said he could net identify
them and did net know where
they got their material.
Ihs reported that the West hid
deliberately provoked border in incidents,
cidents, incidents, such as a plane straying
over an iron curtain frontier, it
said this was done to set Soviet
defense measures in motion soways provide the required mess-
Russian speaking British Radio
monitors could get accurate esti estimate
mate estimate of the size and type of Rus Russian
sian Russian armament and troops, and
"In order to get this informa information
tion information the West has been willing to
go to extraordinary lenght of
deception", the magazine said.
It said British embassies usual usually
ly usually are manned by "monitoring
spies," and some were on board
British warships when the British
navy paid a "goodwill visit" to
Danzing in 1955.
"Since the Russians do not al-
ng A RUNNING DEFENSE
ESSBf JUNCTION, Vt. (UP)
Village president Henry Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin asked village manager Elwell
Corwin if Essex Junction had a
Civil Defense survival plan. "Of a
kind," Elwell replied. "Sure, we
all run for cover," Baldwin re retorted.
ages they are sometimes provok
ed," Isis said. "A plane 'loses its
way' yhile behind the frontier
tape recorders excitedly read the
irritated exchanges of Russian pi pilots;
lots; pilots; and when the latter some sometimes
times sometimes force the airplane to land,
an international incident is creat
ed 'and reported in the usual
British tocurity agents had
no inmediate com monk en th
story, and were not expoc
talk about it. Like their coun counterparts
terparts counterparts throughout the world,
they never discuss their job.
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ing carrying 15 tons of dried sea food was
destroyed by fire near here. The
blaze was caused by a flat tire
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THURSDAY, MARCH tl, IMeU
British Labor Unions Tend To Merge;
LONDON, March 20. (BIS) I
Overtk years amalgamations
tad mfrgers have reduced the
number of unions affiliated to
Britain's Trades Union Congress.
When World War II began in 1939
there were 223 organizations re represented
presented represented at the annual Congress;
when it ended in 1945 the total had
fllen to 19L Today 185 unions
constitute the TUC.
Side by side with this fall in the
mi m k At nt affiliation there has
been a" steady growth in member-1
ship. An affiliated membership of i
4,669.000 in 1939 had become ,304,
ON last year on the one hand
fewer unions, on the other more,
In one Important industry at
least, there are current develop development
ment development which may continue this
trend of contraction in the total
number of affiliated unions. Ne Negotiations
gotiations Negotiations are proceeding between
the two general unions m the
printing industry as well as be between
tween between six of the craft unions. But
some time must elapse before
these are followed through to an
amalgamation, even if negotia negotiations
tions negotiations permit, that stage to be
Trade union amalgamations are
necessarily complex. Among ttfe
many' factors which the negotia negotiators
tors negotiators have to take into account are
theTa'ppoinment of officers for the
amalgamated organizations, su superannuation
perannuation superannuation schemes and other,
11 n a n C 1 1 arrangement,
claims for representation on exe executive
cutive executive bodies.
Elan when the negotiators have
reached te point of a'greement
among themselves, by taw mey
still must present their final pro
posals to tneir memQerwups. m
this stage tneir wont can oe un un-rinr.
rinr. un-rinr. fnr thpre must be a majority
in "favour of amalgamation from
the members, voting in a oauoi,
in "each for the unions involved.
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The present negotiations in thr
printing industry on the crai.
union side now concern si:
unions. The two biggest are th;
Typographical Association wit)
55,000 iivmbers, and the Londr.
Typographical Society with 20,000
In addition there are the Amalgr.
mated Society of Lithographi
Printers with 9,000 the Nationr
Union of Press Telegraphist an
the Association of Correctors o
the Press each with .1,500, ant
finally ihe 830 strong Monotyp
Casters and Ironfounders.
The exercise how given to tfc.
research department of the Lon
don Typographical Society is to
draft a set of rules which will be
the basis of detailed amalgama amalgamation
tion amalgamation discussions 1etween repre
sentatives of all six unions. This
draft may well be the subject of
amendments and conferences, be before
fore before it goes to final ballots-should
it, of course, be possible to reach
that stage. Throughout, these ne
gotiations will be the most com
plex for many years. Amalgams
tions involving groups of unions
are much more rare than merg
ers between organizations.
Negotiations have also been tak
ing place between the two gene
ral unions in the printing industry-organizations
unskilled and semi-skilled as well
as skilled workers. The two
unions-are the 155,000 strong Nat National
ional National Union of Printing, Book Bookbinding
binding Bookbinding and Paper Workers and
the National Society of Operative
Printers and Assistans with 44,000
members. The paper workers are
now taking a ballot as to whether
to continue these negotiations.
While it is not within the pow powers
ers powers of the TUC to bring about
amalgamation, it has over the
years promoted much discussion
on this subject and it has indicat
ed lines of action which might be
followed by unions within various
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idustries. This year for example,
he TUC will be studying the
irogress made in closer working
ince its last major report on
rade union structure.
In 1955. when the TUC list
studied changes which had taken
olace it, rioted that though there
tad been new affiliations to mike
up to some extent for the fall in
lumbers, no fewer than 20 unions
affiliated to the TUC were affect affected
ed affected by mergers since 145. But it
also noted that one union in two of
the 185 affiliated to the TUC still
has a membership of less than
5,000 a proportion which still ap applies
plies applies today.
While the question of amalgam amalgam-tion
tion amalgam-tion is posed more sharply when whenever
ever whenever there are negotiations in a
major industry, nonetheless there
ire few yeirs when there is nei-
thr in amalgamation nor a merg
er. in the .report to tne is v-on
eress. the General Council show
ed that two smill organizations
had merged into much bigger
ones. The National Cutlery Union
had merged with the National
Union of General and Municipal
Workers and the
Machine. Engine and Iron Grind-
ers and Uiaziers society nau
transferred its engagements to
the Amalgamated Engineering
Sometimes on request the TUC
helps unions which are consider considering
ing considering the possibility of amalgama amalgamation.
tion. amalgamation. Recently there was an in informal
formal informal conference held under
TUC auspices which brought to
gether representatives of tne Na
tional Amalgamated Union of
Life Assurance Workers and the
National Federation of Insurance
A the UMtrTrWes Union Con
gress, Kir Vincent -TjtwSon, TUC,
General General emphasised
that the TUC was always ready
to help. He, declared:
"If there are any unions which
would like the assistance of the
General Council in being brought
CORTLAND, N. Y., March 20-(UP)-The
Cortlind High School
Parent Teacher Assn. is going
right to the source for tomorrow's
meeting on the topic "Are Teen
agers Going to the Dogs?"
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closer unity, the services of the
General Council are at disponsal
of affiliated unions."
Other industries where within
the last year there have been ge general
neral general talks between the unions on
am" 'amations and trade union
structure are engineering, ship-1
ouiiaing. but in none nas mere
been as yet any further move
though the Amalgamated Engine
ering Union which, twelve months
ago called together representativ
es of 20 unions, reported to its
1957 Conference that there would
be a follow-up meeting.
By UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO Prof. Victor Spitzyn
leader of a group of Soviet scien
lists, in refusing to answer ques
tions. about Sputniks and Russian
"I cannot sneak about Soutnik.
Our Sputnik flies, what can I say
more? One country can for a time
ilk Kttttni anA vino iwres
DENVER Former President
Truman, charging that the .GOP
is letting big business dominate
"That's where the money is
going. Lower prices for the farm farmer,
er, farmer, higher prices for the Consum Consumer,
er, Consumer, a bigger share of the food
dollar for the 'processor and dis distributor
tributor distributor and whopping big prof profits
its profits for the big packers, the big
dairies and the big chain stores."
FORT CHAFFEE, Ark.-Public
Relations Officer Capt. Arlie
Metheny, on what will happen to
rock 'n roll singer Elvis Wesley's
haircut when he arrives here next
week for a two-yeir-hitch in the
"I issued a statement saying
the hair will go in the trash with
all the rest."
AIR AGREEMENT ANNOUNCED
NEW DELHI, India (UP)-New
Delhi and Moscow will be linked
directly by air within' six weeks
when an Indian-Soviet agreement
is signed. Ah India International
and the Soviet Aerofjot line will
operate weekly flights.
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FIGHTS POISON IVY-Even
if spring is far away, thousands
of poison ivy sufferers can look
forward to its coming without
any sense of dread,. Dr. Charles
R. Dawson, above, a chemistry
professor at Columbia Universi University,
ty, University, sterns to have found an
effective weapon against poison
ivy. The weapon is a chemical
compound "made" in Dawson's
laboratory at the university.
; Tests of the compound, which
is injected under the skin of the
'arm, gave summer-long immu immunity
nity immunity to persons who had been
.highly sensitive to poison ivy.
PRINCE IS ILL
THE HAGUE, Netherlands,
March 20 (UP) Prince bern-
hard of the Netherlands has been
ordered to bed for a few days be because
cause because of a slight illness, it was
announced here today.
The Prince s recovery is ex-
nected bv the time Queen Eliza
beth and Prince Philip of Britain
arrivein Netherlands next lues
day for a three-day state visit.
COMET TRES TAPE MIAMI
NEW YORK, March 20 (UP)
Food Giant Markets, Inc. today
announced it will acquire the op operating
erating operating assets of Clarks Markets
'or an undisclosed sum, effective
March 31. Together the two com companies
panies companies would have combined an annual
nual annual sa?es of about 82 million
dollars, spokesmen said.
Nation In The Making:
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service
WEST EAST (D)
A AQ J 10 2
No one vulnerable
East South West North
IV Pass Pass Double
2 V 2 S Pass 3 0
Pass 3 Ps 4 eY
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead V A
WHEN the St. Paul winter car car-njval
njval car-njval tournament of 1958 takes
place the end of January and the
first of February, one of the lead leading
ing leading home ,town contestants will be
Mrs. Norman Grue.
Today's hand is an examDle of
careiui pjay ana tme card read
ing on her part.
North bid too much. The fact
that his partner could not over over-call
call over-call with one spade should have
warned him against trying for
game but North was an optimist
and hoped for the best.
The best came off. West opened
the ace of hearts and shifted to
thedeuce of clubs. Dummy's
quccii isi u jvbsis ace ana me part of the 7th century, very
jack return forced dummy's king. I consider ly in size, population and
There was a simple diamond the degree of economic develop develop-finesse
finesse develop-finesse for the .contract but Mr.hnent: v from Jamaica, with an
Grue knew that it would not work, area of 4,411 square miles more
West had passed his partner's oJ than 1,500,000 people and a large
1 . - j
penmg am ano snown up wim meinumber of well-established jnod-
ace of lus suit. It would be too
much to expect him to hold the
diamond king also.
However, there are such things
as sinsletdh kings. Mrs. Grue play
ed dummy's ace of diamonds and
lo and behold there was East s
Now all that was necessary was
the mopping up. The ten 'of diam
onds was carefullyi dropped. It
was necessary to unblock the suit.
Trumns were drawn and the five
of diamonds led. West played low
and dummy's eight was finessed,
whereupon all dummy's diamonds
were good and Mrs. Grue had
managed to wind up with an over-
Q The bidding has been:
North East SMW wt
14 Pass 2 raw
3 6 Pass a v
6 Pass 7
You, South, now:
K2 VKt J14J AQ1M
What do you aot
A Either oasa
or bU ate
spades. If job cob M obw
your partner will bold four club,
the pes la correct If .Md the
You hold the same hand. Your
k. hid throe hearts over
your two clubs. What do you do
TODAY ENCANTO .25
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Elections Next Tuesday
LONDON. March 20 (BIS)
wnen next Tuesday the first elec
tions to the House of Represents
tives of the newly-established fed
eration of Use West Indies take
place, some of Britain's oldes
colonies will be embarking on the
final stage of their progress w-
w.rds full self-government.
By their decision to unite and
to pool their human and material
resources a decision which has
been actively encouraged by the
united Kingdom these small is
lands have brought within their
reach the prospect of political
economic and social independence
wmcn, individually, none of them
would tiave been strong enough
Ttuis, in cooperation with the
people of the area, the United
Kingdom is once again implement
ing her declared policy pf tmli
ing' the dependent territories' to towards
wards towards self-government within the
The federation has already come
formally into existence with the
taking up of his office on Jan. 3
by the Governor-General, Lord
It unites the ten colonies of
Barbados; Jamaica;" Trinidad and
Tobago; the Leeward islands and
DomhtfesT GreoadaT St. Lucia and
It will have a total population
oi approximately 3,000,000. the ma
jority of whom are of African de
scent, but with a substantial East
Indian minority, principally in Tri Trinidad,
nidad, Trinidad, where the capital of the
ieaerauon wm oe situated
J U-.i-U U J..
the small Virgin Islands colony,
have chosen to remajnr outside
the federation for the present, but
the constitution makes prov onkav. located to these insti-
for their accession later if they
should so desire.
The islands forming the feder
l Ar i nnt nAnnopinM ia i ah than
ation, some of which have been
British possessions since the early
an industries, to Montserrat. 32
square miles in eitentwith its.
population of i4,uoo living almost
entirely be agriculture.
Both ecconomic and social pro progress
gress progress in the West Indies have
been hampered by the area's two
major problems: oVer-dependence
on sugar, whose price is subject
to severe fluctuations in world
markets, and over-population in
relation' to 'natural resources.
EJorts to overcome these prob problems
lems problems have had considerable suc success
cess success in recent years.
The economy ol the region has
been diversified, by increasing the
production of alternative crops
such as citrus fruits and by indus industrial
trial industrial deveeopment. Marketing ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, such as the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Sugar Agreement, under
which Britain and Canada guara guara-tee
tee guara-tee to take the bulk of sugar out output
put output at fixed prices, have helped
to stabilize some of the principal
agricultural industries and have
enabled them to plan for the fu future
ture future with confidence. Financial aid
from the United Kingdom, under
Major In 'Crating'
Case Settles For
SEOUL (UP) A U.S. Army
major implicated in the "crat "crating"
ing" "crating" of a Korean thief chose to today
day today to avoid court martial and
took instead a lesser punishment.
Maj. Thomas G. James, 40, of
Plymouth, Pa., had a choice of
court martial or punishment un
der Article 15 of the Uniform
Code of Military Justice. He
chose the latter.
He could forefeit up to 15 days
pay and receive a reprimand
which would delay promotion. Ar
my authorities here said that no
decision has yet been made on
Capt. Marvin E. Kemp, 34, Kil Kil-michael,
michael, Kil-michael, Miss., has been ordered
to face a -general court martial
March 27, and Sgt. Robert E.
WeWnsaul, 32, Pottstown, Pa.,
will have a special court martial
in the same case.
The charges grew out, of an in incident
cident incident Feb. 25 m which a 14-year-old
.Korean boy who had been
ekught stealing from nearby bar barracks
racks barracks had his hair cut off, his
head tarred, was threatened with
a knife, and was nailed into a
crate and flown 25 miles away by
.Tamos flow the helicooter. The
boy is now in an Americaiwsup
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the provisions of the Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare Acta. ha
enabled the individual territories!
to undertake long-term economic
and social development plans. I
Even in the larser aad riehM
islands the economy remains pre-
uuiuiuouuy agrrcunrai, wun
gar sail the principle crop
nas an important second, as
substantial quantities of citrus,
ton, cocoa, coffee, coconuts,
arrowroot, and spices.
Small-scale processing i n d u s s-trief
trief s-trief have been built up every everywhere,
where, everywhere, and in Jamaica, Barbados;
and Trinidad .there has been a con considerable
siderable considerable development of manufac-:
The range of manufacture
goods is growing steadily and
now includes .such items as cK
ment, textiles and clothing, pa paper,
per, paper, plastics, pharmaceuticals,
paints and varnishes. Heavy indus industry
try industry is represented by oil produc production
tion production and refining in Trinidad and
bauxite mining and processing in
Jamaica. Trinidad's Oil industry
developed by British capital, ac
counts for over three quarters, by
value, of that colony's exports
and contributes about a third oi
total revenue. Jamaican bauxite;
developed only since the second
World War, largely by Canadian;
capital, has been strikingly sue
cessful, and both mining and pre?
cessing are being expanded rapid
Social progress m tne area nas
bene ited substantially, from CP
and W funds which have helped
in the provision of new Schools
and hospitals, in the extension of
1 annuo iuu, iiwieawaj, u mJ ituuc
ingof the University College of
the West Indies, in Jamaica, and
its associated teaching hospitaL
Sums totalling nearly 54,000,000
i ... .....
tutions, which have, provided the
region for the first time with its
own centre of advanced education,
medical training and research.
In educational development;. j
special place has been given to
the extension of facilities for tech technical
nical technical and vocational education, in
order to provide the area with
the technicians and skilled farm
ers it will need in the future aflaL
to the expansion of horn econo
mics, education, designed "to pre-
Sare the individual lor tamiry
ving" and to encourage a sense
of social responsibility to the
family and the community.
The movement in favor of fed
eration has not been made it the.
expense of political progress with;
in the unit territories, where de
velopments since the end of the
second World War have been ra-'
P'd. . i
Jamaica, mnidad and Barbados .,
w each has a large measure of
ternah self-government, under a
lief minister or premier who
is the leader of the majority par party
ty party in the legislature and who
chooses his ministerial colleagues,
All the territories have elected
majorities in their legislatures, e-
lected on the basis of universal
adult suffrage, and all have elect
ed local people serving as Minis"
ters or "Members"-rthat is, memv?'
bers speeiauy associated wun
conduct of, and responsibility for,
particular departments ot gov-
In the first instance the powers
of the Federal Government, whicbJ
havve been closely defined in
the constitution, will not be great.
and residual legislative and execu-.
tive authority will rest with iST.',
unit Government. J
The United Kingdom retains the
right to legislate by Order in-;;
Council only On matters concern-;
ed with defence, external relations ;
or the financial stability of the!:
federation, and the Governor-Gen-;
eral retains certain reserve execu-..
tive powers, although in most
matters he is required to act in
accordance with the advice of his 1
Council of State,
The Federal Parliament will!!
consists of a nominated upper::
chamber, the Senate, composed,
of 19 members appointed by the,
Governor-General (who represent-"
Ung 'each territory except Montser-:
rat, which will have one), and an an-elected
elected an-elected lower chamber, the House.,
of Represennatives, with 45 mem-;;
byTnnidad, five by 'Barbados one
by Montserrat and two by each of"
the six other colonies). Executive.
authority, will be vested in the"
Governor-General, as the Queen's
representative, advised by a Coun-; I
cil of State consisting of a Primes
Minister, elected by the House.
of Representatives from among its
own members, and ten other min-.'l
isters appointed by the Governor-
General on the advice of the
Prime Minister not less than;,
three, being members of the Sen Senate
ate Senate and the rest members of the;:
House of Representatives.
No member of either chamber;
of the Federal Legislature may
serve at the same time in either,
the Legislative or the Executive
Council of any of the unit territo
The United Kingdom has prom-
lied to continue, after federation,;;
various iorms of financial aid
wnicn nave oeen given 10 me unit:;
territories in the past. For exam-
pie, until the attainment of inde
pendence, the lederation will still
be eligible for grants and loans
from United Kingdom CD and W
Grant-in-aid, to enab'a the poor-"
er islands to balance their budg-,
ets in the period 194S 56 these";
totalled 23,00,000 will be conti-'f
nued for at least ten years. The'
United Kingdom Colonial Develop.',
ment Corporation, which is at;;
present engaged in 16 economic,
development schemes in the Ca-;;
ribbean, for which sums amount-i.
ing to over $21,000,000 hive been;;
committed, will be able to conti continue
nue continue its activities. Jj
In addition, the United Kingdom.,
has orfereaTTlblitrlbution of T
to $2,100,000 towards setting up
the Federal Capital in Trinidad.
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DEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 20
(UP) Insects will take over the
earth if man destroys animal life
with nuclear warfare, an Army
entomoloeist said today.
Li. Co. Samuel 0. Hill, chief
of the entomology division of the
Army Medical Laboratory at Ft
Sam Houston, said studies show
that insects can. survive radiation
from hydrogen or atomic bombs
that would kill man 'and other
"The hardiness of kthese insects
n resist radioactivity makes
tem the only likely 'world citi
zens, hiii saw.
"Should human and animal life
become extinct because of future
nuclear wars, there appears no
doubt that after the radiation set settled,
tled, settled, the insects would be on the
Hill said the wooouck is one oi
the toughest insects. It can ab absorb
sorb absorb as much as 60,000 roent
gen of radiation, whereas man
cad absorb no more inan.ouu
SOME OF THE APPROXIMATELY 100 MEMBERS of the Inter -American Women'? Club and their auests who made a partial
transit of the Panama Canal Tuesday aboard the ferry Presld ente Porras. Many of the women were seeing Gaillard Cut and
Gatun Lake for the first, time. The special club excursion began at Pedro Miguel Locks, on through the Cut and into the
L'ike where lunch was served aboard the ferry.
Admits He Got loan
WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP)
The former legal adviser of re resigned
signed resigned FCC Commissioner Rich Richard
ard Richard A.' Mack said today he held
leial title to a Florida liquor li license
cense license on behalf of Thurman A.
Whiteside, Mack's financial bene benefactor.
factor. benefactor. The attorney, H. Earl Barber,
told a House investigating sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee there was nothing il illegal
legal illegal about his arrangement with
Witeslde, whose complicated
business dealings with Made j led
tothe commissioner's resignation
under fire. ,4
ffarber conceded, however, that
he was "scared" in coming to
testify in the subcommittee's in investigation
vestigation investigation of the Federal -Communications
Cdmmisson and other
regulatory agencies. But he de denied
nied denied that his fright stemmed from
any knowledge of wrongdoing.
Barber, whose" resignation from
the FCC took effect yesterday,
told the subcommittee he acquir acquired
ed acquired legal title -to the liquor license
at -the behest of Whiteside in 1953
while he was working in White Whiteside's
side's Whiteside's law office.
He explained that technicalities
in Florida law forbade Whiteside
from holding the title because of
his business dealings. Despite the
tact he neid the title, he said
he had no financial interest in the
Barber sai he signed the nec
essary legal papers last year
when Whiteside sold the license
for $25,000. r
Barber also testified that he
knew Whiteside was interested in
National Airlines' eventually-suc-
cessfurbid for Miami Channel 10,
but only because Mack told him
so. He said he could not recall
ever discussing the controversial
award with Whiteside.
The youthful Barber conceded
he had to borrow $60'0 from
Whiteside in August, 1955, to pay
for the. cost of moving his family
from Miami to Washington. He
said he had not yet paid off the
Barber said he was "aston
US Faces Long Arms Race,
Defense Sec. Tells Solons
WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP), free world maintains sufficient
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc-power to deal an aggressor '.a
Elrby said today that the United
States faces a long arm's race
with the Communists in which
victory "may fall to the side
with the greatest staying power".
He made the statement in open opening
ing opening the administration's drive in
the Senate for President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's embatt' $3,900,000,000
foreign aid program.
The secrttary testified before
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee and was followed by
Gen Nathan S. Twining, chair chairman
man chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Both stressed the defense aspects
of the aid program
McElroy said the world is now
m a period when total war be
twjfJi the United States and Rus
"counter blow of devastating ef
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-
Ark.), one of the programs
staunchest supporters, told Mc
Elroy the administration Tiad bet
ter start pushmg the program
hard, especially in the House
where he said it was not partic
The bill being considered .by the
committee is an authorization,
not an appropriations measure. A
seirate bill appropriating funds
wul be considered later and will
be an even bigger target of op
ponents of the aid program program-In
In program-In another foreign aid develop
sia could lead to "catastrophic State e. Douglas Dillon said he
f...finr, ia,it hr. ooii thot '.ll-i .. i a "nurelv United Sates"
dstruction." (But he said that all
out nuclear war "will remain rel relatively
atively relatively remote" as long as the
ished" that "so 'few people" ever
came to see him while, he was
working for Mack, at the FCC.
Barber 'testified that Mack
never gave any. indication he was
committed to vote for the airline
in the Channel 10 case. For a
j a purely uniiea ;ates
fund for aid to underdeveloped
countries rather than a multilat
eral world lending. agency as pro proposed
posed proposed by Sen. AV S. Mike Man-
Dillon asked a Senate banking
subcommittee to approve an ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of 625 million dollars
for the department's development
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KANSAS WAFFLE The leeendarv Paul Rimv,n
this "wafflo" TV. 1 Mi- ut UIC Wiy P11 WnO could tackle
LVSK 1M"" -r reservoir in Kansas City, K. Co
roentgens and live.
Hill has been making a de
tailed study of the effects of in
secticides on insects. He said
some bugs are breeding offspring
immune to most known insecticides.
Today he released a paper pic picturing
turing picturing a world inhabited solely by
SHELL CASE CONTRACT
WASHINGTON Maroh Wl f TTP
The Naval Ordnance Laboratory
tooay awarded 'a developmcuc
contract for 105 mm howitzer
plastic shell cases to tube Turns
Plastics Inc. nf Tmiisville Tfv
Spokesmen said the rasp u-riphs
less than half as much as stand
ard orass cases and should cut
production costs by 25 per cent.
Value of the contract was undisclosed.
Held for Piloting
ROANOKA, Va. (UP)-Two al alleged
leged alleged Armv Hpsprtoro worn haA
by federal authorities today for
puunng a sioien plane on a coast-tp-coast
month long flight from
California to Virginia, where they
crash-landed out of gas in a farm
The FBI identified them as
Robert E. Wilson, 28, of Erwin,
N.C., and Patrick H Ryan, 32, of
Fayetteville, N.C. Both had de deserted
serted deserted lrom Ft. ragg, N.C, in
November, the FBI said.
They were picked up by Roan Roanoke
oke Roanoke police on vagrancy charges
MondaV while attempting to hitch
hike out of the city. They had 67
cents between them. Detective.
said that during questioning the
pair told of abandoning a plane in
neighboring Botetourt County.
Police checked and found the
1948 model four:place Beechcraff ",
abandoned on a farm. '
A FBI agent said the plane was
stolen Feb. 19 at Torrance, Calif.,
and the two' probably had flownl
it, more than 3,000 miles, stopping
at numerous cities en route to'
Virginia. Their complete itinerary'.'
was not determined.
The plane wasn't spotted ear ear-her,
her, ear-her, the FBI theorized, because
its identification numbers had
A rifle, explosive timers aniLa'
check writing'" machine were
found m the plane. The FBI said
both men admitted cashirigP
number of bad checks during
their aerial tour.
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MISS ALICE JOAN SCLLIVAN TO MARBT
MR. EARLE GEORGE ROBY IN JUNE
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Sullivan of Lot Altos, Cal, and for formerly
merly formerly of the Canal Zone, have announced the enf agement of
their daughter, Alice Joan, to Mr. Earle George Roby of Detroit.
Miss Sfallrran attended Balboa High School, Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College and was graduated from Stanford University. At
present she is teaching in China Lake, Cal. Mr. Roby is the son
of Mr Ralph Roby of Detroit and is a graduate of the Universi University
ty University of Detroit. He is employed as an electronics engineer in the
weapons development department at the China Lake Naval Or Ordinance
dinance Ordinance Testing Station.
A June wedding in Palo Alto, Cal., is being planned.
Rotary Wlvoi Injoy
wivM of the delegates to the
tfrttarv Convention, in session in
Panama this week, and wives of
lOcJ Rotarians were guests at a
tea and fashion show at the Union
rjnh vpstprdav afternoon.
; Attractive models presented fash-
tons from Knoaas wnue uiusiv.
Was provided by a string ensem ensemble.
ble. ensemble. Former Zonian
'Mr. and Mrs. A. Jay Estes, Jr.,
cf El Paso, Texas, have announc announced
ed announced the birth of their second daught daughter,
er, daughter, Rhona Marie, on Mar. 7.
hjtc ir.ctPs is the former Sally
Aoirormjn of Ancon. Mr. Estesl
was with the Army on the Canal
Zone for several years. He is now
working toward a degree in geolo geolo-&
& geolo-& at Texas Western University.
TMrs. K. D. Ackerman of Ancon
la the new little gin s maieu.a.
.4 m h o 1
. j..HAMfD urn Mr I
'Paternal Eranuuuciiio ivT--
Irs. A. 3. t-stes, sr., oi uw-
British Relief Concert
Postponed Until May
The concert scheduled for March
27 at the USO-JWB has been post postponed
poned postponed until Ute May due to ill illness.
ness. illness. The new date iill be an
Proceeds of the concert, which
it by courtsey of Rabbi Witkin,
will be used to replenish British
Air fjmds which were depicted by
the fire relief work.
Tickets will be honored at the
later date or a refu3 may be
claimed. Since the entire proceeds
will be used for charity work
members are requested to keep
their tickets and use them at the
a onunued on Page 8.
MISS ALICE JOAN SULLIVAN
Caribbean College Club
The Caribbean College Club will
hold its third Spelling Bee tomor
One child is chosen from each
The College Club sponsors this
Spelling iBee as part of its educa
Kort Gulick Wives
Hold Welcome Coffee
i;b. n r n Wives
A n u m mnnthlv welcome row evening at the tristoba' High
-AXttam at 7 o'clock,
gort Gulick NCO Open mess Tues-cle-y
"The Club welcomed new mem members
bers members Mesdames Barbara Kloe, E E-lTanor
lTanor E-lTanor Kelley, and Betty O'Hagan.
I Regular members attending were
Mesdairies Nora Ferry, Audrey
rfarsi, Sylvia Brittle, Lorraine
Dustin, Ruth Criss, Viola Hirn,
Kate Killips, Clan Hollenbaugn,
Iiynn Simpson, Francis Bergcr,
flfcnnie Robertson, Flo Henning,
fletty Townsend, Rita Gomez, Isa Isabel
bel Isabel Santos, Hester Hartley, Mar Mar-tje
tje Mar-tje Saunders and Vivian Ralph.
4mMem Club Presents
r4..ki. Chnw Toniaht
i The Emblem Club will present
aj fashion show tonignt at f.w in
tr TivOli ballroom.
t from Maduros, Mol Mol-tas,
tas, Mol-tas, and Sears will be shown and
r will go to charity.
At"e s may be purchased -at the
door for $1.00.
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(table legs, cabinets; sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless coatlni kills
these pests. It's effective for wonths.
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8 i. 89c.; pint 1.69 at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commissaries.
A lot of "little car owners are
mad at me because I recently
wrote a kidding column about the
The proud owners of those little
foreign cars thought i was laugn laugn-Ing
Ing laugn-Ing at them.
I v.sn't. I was .aughing with
them. We have a little foreign car
ourselves. And we are doing our
share of bragging about mileage,
boasting about the way it climbs
hills, making our friends sit at
the wheel to see for themselves
how much space there really is.
We, too, demonstrate how we can
zip it into a parking space too little
for a nwrmal-sized car.
But the fact I'm laughing at my myself
self myself is well as others doesn't make
me any the less amused.
I still think its funny to hear
Americans used to bragging about
the biggest and best sudden'y brag bragging
ging bragging about the littlest and least.
FROM BRAG TO BRAG
I still think it is rather strange
room, grades second through sixth that Americans find it so easy to
in the Atlantic Side schools. These switch from bragging about horse horse-winners
winners horse-winners will meet each other on power to bragging about mileage,
the stage of the Auditorium to have an(j from loving chrome to loving
a "spelldown- to Determine me( compactness.
winner ot(eacn graae.
I still think a big man m a little
car looks as funny as a woman in
a sack dress.
But while I'm chuckling, it isnt
tional program, and with the co-;in a suoerior fashion
operation of the Division o" it never is, when you're actually
Schools. The committee includes' laughws at yourself.
Mrs. J. L. Gwinn, Mrs. J. H. Pfau By the way, do you want to
and M:s. J. M. Kenway. know how many miles we get to
As a special attraction preced-; .
ing Ahe Bee,, the Cristobal High'
School orchestra under the dlrec
(inn nf Mr. ft. E. TrtrstaH will nrr
Alt a flttlAf rAn..nft tirViiln fhn
spellers ere getting ready.
The public is cordially invited
to attend and admission is free. ghau 1 buy a camera with' a
built-in exposure meter or tne with
Square Dancing out?
For VFW's That is a problem confronting
A square dance will be held byimanv ouchasers of medium or
the Veterans of Foreign Wars at high-priced cameras today.
the Gen. George W. Goethals Post I Before buying a camera it weu'd
3835 tomorrow evening at 9 a.m.lbe wise to appraise your own par-
'iwmlm. MaAo TklPA nB CAVOflll
UCUldl UCCUO, SAC ovrviai
Rock Lobster Muffins Can
Be A Surprise Main Dish
BOILED and around lobster, hread crumbs, ether tasty Item
mix together and come out of the oven at delicious muffins.
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
Food and Markets editor
Muffins as the main dinner
dish? Yes, when they are rock
lobster muffins. It's a new idea
and we had them last night and
everyone enjoyed them.
Try them. A new recipe always
brightens the food routine.
Rock Lobster Muffins
(Yiuld: i miffins)
Three (3-4 ounce) frozen South
African rock lobster tails, 1-2 cup
hot milk, 1 cup sifted bread
crumbs, 2 tablespoons h e a v y
cream. 2 eggs, twrnten z tables
poons melted butter, 1-4 teaspoon
salt, 1-8 teaspoon celery aalt, 1-8
Drop frozen South African rock
lobster tails into boiling salted
water. When water reboils, cook
for 2 minutes. Drain off water
mmmediately, drench tails with
cold and remove meat from shell.
Grind rock lobster meat in meat
grinder, or chop finely on cutting
board. Add hot mtlK to Dread
rock lobster tails, 1 cup of boiled
rice, 3 tablespoons butter, 3 table
spoons flour, 1 cup milk, 3 table
spoons pimento, diced; 2 table
spoons ripe olives, chopped; 1-2
rial Of 400-lb.
Held In Hearse
WASHINGTON, N. C. (UP) (UP)-Beaufort
Beaufort (UP)-Beaufort County recorder's court
iffkiala are nothing if not versa versa-.ile
.ile versa-.ile even when it comes to
Candy Hooten, a 400 pound
Negro, was scheduled for trial
Tuesday on a bootlegging charge,
.footen tent word he was ready
but couldn't c imb the steps t
The court ordered Hooten to
come as dote as possible. He's
to big lor a passenger car so an
undertaker furnlthea a hearse
which brought Hooten to the
Judge L. E. Mercer decided to
hold court on the sidewalk with
Hooten remaining in the hpara
Then Mercer discovered it was
He and Prosecutor Bill Mayo
climbed into the fear of the
hearse, where Mavo M-ntii
evidence that o 'fleers had found
nooten in possession of 45 pint
bottlea and five gallon jugs of
Hooten, reclining on a stretcher,
admitted dispensing the whisky
and taid it was the "nniv wv"
he knew to make a living.
Mercer found Hooten guilly and
sentenced him to four months on
Then, considering the trouble it
would give prison authorities,
Mercer suspended the sentence,
ordered Hooten to pay court costs
and placed him on probation for
Are Fine, Say Housewives
By MARY PRIMI
Cut On Records
NEW YORK, March 20 (GD (GDIs
Is (GDIs ft really to nice to have a man
around the house Ay "clay?
Firtt there was talk of a four
day work week. Then an anthro anthro-pologiest
pologiest anthro-pologiest and author. Dr. Ashley
Montague, recently called for a
four-hour work day so fathers
could spend more time with their
tamllles. He said men are not an
fice, tt't like another world that
a Wife cannot truly share. She is
shut off in the kitchen with ettiy
domestic problems. Having my
husband work at home makesme
feel part of all W, life."
Actress Anne Jackson, who it
married to actor Eli Wallach
"having Eli home enables him to
be a real father to our two chil children.
dren. children. We also can tee our favor-
ue jjiays ai raeunees ana watch
niegrai part of the family and! TV at night both t must BI
nave beoome "paying guests" in us in our" orofesaion." the aaiaC
their own homes
Well, a shorter work week might
Improve dad's relations with the
kids, but what would it dp to mon't
household routine? Would she gain
a baby-sitter or a boss?
We asked some wives how they
felt about having at-home bread bread-winners
winners bread-winners and here's what they sal.
"I Like It"
Mrs. Peter Ustinow, wife, of a
British actor author and mother
of two pre-school children "I
like it: It's nice to have him home
to help solve household problems
and to be with the children," sh;
"More important," she added,
if the wife worked before mar
"Wt CempttiM" 5
Mrs. Arthur C.Sias, a novae
wife whise husband recently iat
up shop m their home in Wilton
Conn. "I like having him hoSb
hVUipMHlC. H B 1UU till
mm mere to talk to, but I i
admit, when I want to get t
one, l nav to wow ma
Mrs. Evan Hunter, wife of
author of "Blackboard Jun
and a new book "Stranser
We Meet" "There't the cons
danger that I wfll become trer
dousiy dependent on Evan. I
to fight to retain mv individu
as a person and mother beet
nage Mrs. Ustinow was an ac-.I often consult him about mttrr
tress, she doesn't feel left out.! decisions that anyone should mSt
When a husband works in an of for himslef" she said.
mne rresnmen, 4 sopnm
On A Honor Roll Of BH
NEW YORK (UP)- Playwrights
James Leo Heriihy and William
Noble have siven a srnsitivn anI
teaspoon grated onion, l teaspoon! sometimes arresting treatment tn
aromatic outers, 1-2 teaspoon salt teenage problems in 'Blue Denim
dash nenner. 1-2 run rhirkrn
Parboil frozen rock lobster tails
by dropping, frozen, into boiling
salted water and cooking for not
longer than 2. minutes after water
reboils. Cut away underside mem membrane,
brane, membrane, remove meat from shell
and dice. Cook rice according to
package directions. Make cream
sauce of butter, flour and milk.
Add pimento, olives, onion, sea seasonings
sonings seasonings and bouillon. Reserve
some bits of rock lobster meat
for garnishing and add remaining
rock lobster and rice to cream
sauce mrxture. Pour into individ
ual butterad casaeroles. Garnish i
Which Joshua Logan has directed.
Producers Barbara Wolferman
and James Hammerstein have giv giv-en
en giv-en 1 Jood Physical production
at The Playhouse with an arrest arresting
ing arresting three-level set ingeniously de designed
signed designed by Peter Larkin.
The basic theme of the play is
the old problem ot lack of com communication
munication communication between parents and
their growing-up children, espe especially,
cially, especially, those JK the mid-teen brack bracket.
et. bracket. The authors have no solution
(and who does ? ) except possibly
the ratliet drastic suggestion that
a tragic event can clear me
mosphere In a given case.
Nine freshmen, 14 sophomores'
and two juniors are on the "A"
honor roll after the first, six weeks
of the? second semester at balboa
High cShooJ, according to a list
un me a' nonor roll tnere ; Wpnrk Nan
m v w J.4. voiililVII, UU OUIlVlllHUCa,
40 juniors and 35 seniors. The list
Ash Franklin. James Freer
Judy fuller. Rosanna Fulon.l
itoy uanay, ueorge (iir ran;
Mercedes Garcia, Ralph Glazer,
Mary Gbulding, Jeffrey Hare,
Ann Haskell, Suzy Hele, Alice
Heuck, Nancy Hiegel, Frances
Hlnek, Thomas Ho, Diana Hoenka
juuy nou, unnsune nun, Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Hurtado, Pedro Janowitr, Sal Sally
ly Sally Ann Jones, Emma Kaan, Mi Michael
chael Michael Kelly, Glehda Kent, Carlot
Kiamco, Cesar Klamce, Bryc
Kimberling, Jackie King, Jane
Kintner, Barbara Kllpper, Jbhn
Kolenda, -Carl Lam, Frances
Langford, Clara Lipszyc, Walter
crumbs. When blended, ad top with rock lobster bits and i
FIRST SIX WEEKS PERIOD
"A" HONOR ROLL
Alfred Archibald, Barbara Bar Bar-tlett.
tlett. Bar-tlett. ruthip Rpnnpt Mipahoi Rot.
tsack, Joanne Branch. David Livingstone, Guy Lord,
Browne, Susan-Davis, Jo Anne! Sue Mcble, April MacGuire,
Fields, Kay Flowers, Vicki Hili,:Haydee Mendez, Brink Miller,
rranK Maier, waer Moeuein jet
ry Moore, Sandra Morency, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Morgan, Eileen Morris, Do
rothy Motet, Albert N h m a d,
cream. combine rocK loosier
meat, bread crumb mixture, beat
en eggs, Dutter, seasonings, mix
wet. Bine muffin tins with paper
baking cups and fill with mixture.
Bake in 350 degrees F. oven for
South African Calterole
(Yield: 4-6 servings)
Four (3-5-ounce) South African
bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees
Jackie ISbell. Richard I.awsnn
at-, Naomi Litvin, Susan Lively,
James Marshall. Patricia Me-
-i- 1 Guire Martha Miller, Jeanne Nl-
v.nuait;i mums pays a UCirou rkorunn .Tnhn
father of modest means who has a
21-year-old son. He's not an unkind
man, but he is firm in the tradi
tion of .years as an Army officer.
IThe boy is'Jmecnanteally Inclined,
2d rlce'cned gren as! Wfi'..S9.t a delin
oaraeulii crusty rolls, butter or
margarine, lettuce and tomato
salad, lemon chiffon pie, coffee,
First Act Best
The music will be furnished by
Hank Dolfin and his western swing
band. The Texas Star square danc
ers will put on an exhibition and
advantages in having a meter built
into your camra.
First, and most important, your
meter is always at your finger tips.
free instructions in square danc- anfj readings can be made in an
! !11 IV '1" U ...111 U . i i
ing wm ue given, lneie win uc instant, mere is no lumDiing
dancing between the square dance through a gadget bag in search Of
Admission is free and members
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
the often elusive accessory.
Nixon Says Soviets
Block Summit Road
CHICAGO. March 20 -(UP)
Vicepresldent Richard M. Nixon
said last night the Soviet leaders
minate the bother of hanging
Ot tne veterans Vi mre" rums, l..,, l.ij m-,r ahnnt tin.
club members of the Post and their, larer' aeld raeter "bouthe
guests are invited,
Built-in meters are tiny and eli- " ,"7h-
IIlll tUIUCi C11V.C want MMOnavawu
will doom it to failure.
You 11 be glad
you use Dial
(and so will your friends)
Dial removes the major cause of
perspiration odor. Dial alone,
contains AT-7 the only ingredient
known to keep its full effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness safe in soap . Yet Dial
smells good! And Dittl in to mild,
go gen tie -It's safe for every mem member
ber member of the family.
Get a large
bathe drily with Dial.,,
feel, fresh, feel clean
... all day long!
Some of the built-in meters have
accessory plug-in booster cells
which give added sensitivity when
Htov ight level is extremely low.
Iracajpite their tiny size, these meters
I have proven to be quite accurate.
But there are disadvantages in
The Wltar Chalet
I you own two cameras, a mo
tion picture camera xtr instance,
it would be necessary to carry the
still camera along in order to take
readings tor your movie sequences.
Many amateuas as well as pro.es pro.es-tlonalt
tlonalt pro.es-tlonalt own several cameras and
a built-in meter on each would be
Another disadvantage is the fact
that cameras with bui't-in light
meters offer on y reflected light
readings. A person who prefers the
incident light method of exposure
(thit meter indicate! the bright brightness
ness brightness of light falling on the subject
rather than the light reflected rom
It) would find a built-in meter al almost
most almost worthless.
A few of the biilt-in meters offer
a makeshift incident light baffle
which can be attached over the
regular exposure window, but these
leave much to be desired if accu accuracy
racy accuracy is of the utmost importance.
All things wnsHered. the disad
vantages of a built m exposure
mer far outweigh the advantages,
and unless you plan to stick with
one camera for a long time, the
standard, hand-held type ,of meter
wou'd prove to be a wiser choice
Choral Club Sings
In Corgas Words
The Fine Arts choral club of
Paraiso, under the direction of
Maurice lleyvvood, presetned a pro
pram of spirituals in the wards at
Gorgas Hospital recently. Members
of the chorus who participated
were Faye Lashley, Dolores Oak Oakley,
ley, Oakley, Marva Carter, Audrey, Levy,
Melba Phillips, Leonie Holmes,
Marva Campbell, Glanville Davis,
Edward Ford, Eleonora McFar McFar-lane,
lane, McFar-lane, Ernest Theaphalius Blades,
Corinne Spencer, Irene Goodridje,
Gloria Brooks, Roland Hinds, El El-varado
varado El-varado Baptist and Samuel Zen Zen-nana.
nana. Zen-nana. The group provides musical en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for bed patients at
Gorgas each month.
Nixon called on the Soviets to
"Drove their dedication to peace"
by agreeting to preparatory meet meetings
ings meetings for discussion of "the sub substance
stance substance as wll as the form" of
proposed summit conierence
The Vice President spoke be
fore about 800 atomic experts at
the main dinner of the 1958 Na
tional Energy congress.
At a press conference earlier.
Nixon said there was evidence
that the recession is levelling of
in some areas of the economy.
And he promised that "the fede federal
ral federal government will not and can cannot
not cannot tolerate a prolonged recession
in the United States."
Nixon told the scientific group
that failure of an East-West con conference
ference conference of heads of state would
"increase rather than lessen in
ternational tejvuoASV He warned
that a conference, held adequate
preparations was "doomed to
The Soviet leaders are blocking
the road" to the summit by insist insisting
ing insisting on conditions which they know
and we know will assure its
failure," he said.
Tre Vice President said
unless summit leaders get
urance that a conference
The lad and a Sensitive, mother motherless
less motherless girl his own age discover love.
She becomes pregnant. The boy
desperately seeks to break the
news to his parents to secure he p
but he never gets the words out.
He forges his ather's name to a
i check to get money to pay for an
. Portion. The lorgery and the rea rea-json
json rea-json for it ar quickly discovered,
; and there It an air ft' !oreiveness
and lt's-try-to-do better at' the
' J end.
"propaganda cxercise'KV which
would only increase tensions. The first of the three acts is by
Nixon also declared that the na- 'rar the best. It has some of the
tlon's space exploration program bst teenage stuff ever put on a
should not be limited by miflttry stage, especially as to the relation relation-needs
needs relation-needs or military thinking." Nl-jship between the boy and his pal
xon's remarks were interpreted I and the boy and his girl. The par paras
as paras p acing him in favor of a space t its, through no fault o the play play-program"
program" play-program" controlled by a civilian crs, are never fully realized,
agency of the government. ; The latter part of the Play has
Concerning the space race, T'lP writing and
Nixon note? the United States ad on: kJ$
and Russia each ravei sent two "P, 'JtfS, f.
satellitesin tporbit a nd the con-1 a"J. Jff'J2S"r frjj,?
test was "temporarily tied, mime- "J cJLh will
ricallya t least, at two each." h fj1 'sn anyone
He declared taht the United ,hffi,&f .L.,,-..
Statea nd itsa Hies are "mi itarily hB"n"khlhonf t flg'
)hr0 int;i as tne boy most of tne time, ai-
gressor and that American lhouh me effectiveness
scientists "are in quality to those !toward tne end. Part of this I would
of any other nation." iLyJto. L?J?an's di'fton whiciis
tfAnd in ik vnnlH Kilt IB AIIAKriAnA
guuu in iiic main uui io uvciuuuv.
Carol Lynley is thoroughly right
2 Officers. Chosen
Tn AttonH lnft as the girl. Warren Berlinger's nor
. w niivim jimi i trayal of the pal is excel'ent on
CnWana Af KlftrfnlLr Pat Stanley plays the
vwi'wyv ry i vi twiix giughter well enough.
Rettinger, Lilta Sibauste. Linda
Sikorski, Grace Vale, Jaime' Frances Paige, Doulgas Pajak,
Morris Nahraad, Robert Net;
Leon Oden, Virginia Ogden,
Ward, Bettie Lou Wheaton.
1 "B" HONOR ROLL
Sherry Acker, David Adams, Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Andrew, Florence Arthint
Robert Arthur, Victor Avila, Raul
Barbara, Joan Barret, Susan Bar Barret,
ret, Barret, George Batcheldor, Joe Be Be-har,
har, Be-har, Bonnie Lee ell, Paul en en-net,
net, en-net, Vena ennet, Carl iBerg, Roy
Bettis, Lynn Botzenmyer,
Marian Bradley, Dalys Bremer,
William Browder, Duncan Brown,
Lloyd rown, Ruth rown, Walt Walter,
er, Walter, David Btesh, LuiSa Burillo,
Ray Caldwell, Blanca C a 1 v o,
Joyce Cameron, Archie Carroll,
Elias Chaluja, Rolando Chanis. A A-na
na A-na Cheung, Ed Ch'ism, Bruee Cole
Maxine Conocer, Mary Coppen Coppen-haver,
haver, Coppen-haver, Margaret Corrlgan, Betty
Crowe, Kathleen Cox, John Cun Cunningham,;
ningham,; Cunningham,; William, Dailey, Sandra Daubln,
Marvel Davidson, Judy Days,
Sharon DeVore, Laura Dew, Car
rol Dimpfl, Joan Dimpfl, Steve
Donelan, Melissa Downing, Mi
chael Dubbs, Nora uujiing, nose-i bean Westcott E.
mary Dtiriing, Jonn .uworax, Ar-L taA.v hp idid not
Dianne Paperno, Lynn Parsons,
Edith Pierce, Mtrna Pierce,
James Beauprie Preston, Virginia
Quiros, GCorge Rambo, Don Ran
del, Sally Reihart, Charles RenU,
Dorothy Rose, Pat Rote, Eileen
Ruess, Don Ryter.
Orin SJdler, Curtis SchwarzrOck
BartorTlf-cott, Richard ScoU, Gor
ge Sevier, DouglSs Sikorski, Ro Robert
bert Robert Sikorski, Fairlee Skinner.
William Smith; Dick Snyder, Ca
rolyn Southwell, Tennie Spurlock,
Bettv Stiliss, Mar L, Stoakley,
Ddrothy jStrmpf, Nancy Swenton,
Pauline Taffe, David Tate, Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Tate, Nancy Therrell, Jeel
Thompson, SoUy ossleh, FranK
ownsend, wna Trasavage, Jan Janet
et Janet Tribe,' Margaret Vale, Florita
Vales, Patricia Voortmeyer, Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Ward, Sandra Watkins, Mar Mar-iorie
iorie Mar-iorie Watson, Mary Watson, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara West, Ray Wilson, Olivia
Winstead, Charles womntack, Ca
rol Zelnick, Caroline Zirkman.
PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 0
If.ihortW- Rohlf Roland Eisen. I .n to.. nun.lsl om 1W rT
i rtv: "rr t w7ntii i University -.attraents wno siageo a
Eve Elsenmann, Lynne Janthr ttigv 4sminute water bag fight
Sheila Farbman, Jetzabel Feraud.'W WBW "8 nm
r....:. 'bote lfUlsil It St nlgltt. .
Curtis Fitzgerald, 'Patsy FlatauV
Robert Flumach, James Forbes-.
SBARCH FOR STUDENT
KAWASAKI, Japan, March 20
(UP) Police were lookirig to today
day today for a high school student who
allegedly fatally stabbed deputy
primary school principal Yosnita Yosnita-ka
ka Yosnita-ka Swiki, 40, yesterday.
Suzuki was stabbed in the bpek
as he was boarding a train. Police
said he identi.'ied, his assailant as
a student before he died.
"It's been a long winter and a
slow spring," MOu ton said.
GAVIN ADDRESSES GROuiL.
BOSTON. Mass.. March 20 (UP)
Retiring Army Research -Chief
Lt. Gen. James M.' Gayin address address-in$
in$ address-in$ a Patrick' -Day banquet
said, wane no misiane auuui u,
gentlemen, "the first man 3
wll walk on the moon has aires
dy been born, I hope in Amefifi
artd I hope W an- Irishman."1
Two officers from the cjOmmand
have been selected to "attend the
Armed Forces Staff College at
Norfolk, V., Headquarters, U. S.
Army .Caribbean announced this
Trey are Mai. Olin E. Smith,
S-3, 1st Battle Group, 20th In "ant-
!ry and Lt. Col. Russel J. Wilson,
that G,4 Section, Headquarters, U.S.
ass-1 Army Forces Antri'es and Military
would 'District of. Puerto Rico.
discuss "subjects in which an area The coming course is due to be
of agreement it possible," the .in session from August IMS to
talks would deteriorate into a 1 January 1950.
NSW CUTICURA TALCUM j
Acts like Magic
It's the softest, finest, most delightfully
fragrant talcum you can buy. At the same
tine k it lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic
tic antiseptic Yes, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)
in new Cuticura Talcum keeps the akin
fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
and relieves heat rashes and other skin
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every everyone.
one. everyone. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.
THURSDAY, MARCH M. 1158
TM FAX AM A AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW SPA PIT
.Social and Otli
" jwalk In Ma rear it a
i.slobal Assembly, Order of
the Rainbow for Girls, is sponsor'
. 1 a Cakewalk J rid ay evening
from 6 to o'clock at the Marga Marga-r
r Marga-r a Gym. Tkis will be an evening
el fun for the whole family, even
the youngsters have a chance to
win a cake for aa little as ten
inketao snrd cmfw
cents. Pie, coffee and soft drinks
will be on sale durtogMhe evening.!
Miss Grace Argo and Miss Judy
Griffon will be co-chairmen for
the affair, and the general public
is cordially invited.
Guests tram Cesta Rica
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Denton of
Balboa-have as their guests Miss
Cora Miller, and Miss Velma Bur-j
ton of San Jose, Costa Rica.
Entertains At Horn
Mrs. Jutrgen Kupfer entertained
a small group of friends at an in-'
formal buffet dinner at her home
list evening In honor of her birth birthday.
day. birthday. Welcome First Child
Mr. and Mrs. Munio Stern of
Panama are the parents of a
daughter, Terry Emita, born yes
terday at Clmiea San Fernando.
The baby is their first child.
Mr. Alfred Crotti arrived by
plane from New York on Saturday
for a week's visit with his fian-J
cee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her
man J. Hennquez of Colon.
ke To Wait Until Late April
Before Deciding To Cut Taxes
VI siting Aunt
Miss Edna MeDowelt of BlUer
icks, Massachusetts, arrived on
March 14th to visit for two weeks
with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. StarfOrd L. Churchill of Mar
? I gsl 1 ' Jrl aaa
WASHINGTON. March 20 (UP)
President Eisenhower will wait
at least until late April before
deciding whether to cut taxes in
his anti recession fight, according
to his economic advisors.
They' said the administration
was waiting for April reports on
the state of busineas before
reaching a decision. Also hanging
nre are certain political aww-
Congress now plans to take an
Easter recess rom about April 4
tn 11 If the !umikpr fiml tU
home folks showing deep concern),
auuui me recession, mey win
come hack eemanding immediate
action. If therms less excitement
man in Washington my may re return
turn return in a calmer moodd t
Tax Cut Delayed
ample, taxpayers might uie most
of the money to pay debts or put
u in savings.
The Treasury is looking over
several suggested plans for cut cutting
ting cutting excise (sales) taxes, particu particularly
larly particularly on autos. However, oflcials
said auto maker miv ho hurl
ing themselves by agitating pub
iciy tor a tax cut and promising
to cut car prices.
Plant for cuttins hilsinp.s (HYPS
also nr under ronurinratinn Hut
soma highly placed administra
tion economists are not so sure
lowering me xi per cent corpo
ration rat would be wise. They
say business has plenty of- mon
ey- and confidence is more, im
portant man tax cuts.
NEW ORK, March 20 (UP) (UP)-Makers
Makers (UP)-Makers of colapsible metal tubes
shipped a record 1.09.838.(6
units ih 1957. an increase of 5.2
per cent over 1958. accordmr to
the Collapsible Tube Manufactur
ROBIN HOOD ROBBED
LONDON, atarrh 20 'rlTPi
Robin Hood reported to police to today
day today that someone took him seri seriously
ously seriously about robbing the r:ch to
neip ine poor.
Actor It. chard Green, who plays
Robin Hood on TV how mniH
1 r.f stole 500 r.m m
SIR! U.iuk in MTt I
Doctors said today the excite excitement
ment excitement (l nlanninu what to Ho with
the 20 million francs ($47,600) he
won in the national lottery proved
too much for retired shopkeeper
Pages, 67, who had a long his his-,
, his-, i i 1. 1 .
i wry. ik neari irouoie, aiea yesier yesier-Iday.
Iday. yesier-Iday. He won the lottery last week.
JUST because you are consider-'
nig uwjruig sumeuuBg similar to
that owned by a friend or neigh-1
bor, don't think that gives you the
right to ask how much it cost. You)
may ask where ft was bought or;
tne Drano name, nut don't ask the
With a little effort you can find
that out for yourself, without ask asking
ing asking sufch a blunt question.
SAFETY AWARD Brig.' Gen. MIHon L. Ogden, deputy com commanding
manding commanding general: USAKCAlltB, presents th commanding gen general's
eral's general's quarterly safety award to Col. Elmer W. Grubbs, USAR USAR-C.ARIB
C.ARIB USAR-C.ARIB Ordnance officer. The plaque is in recognition of the
outstanding safety record compiled hy the Ordnance Section,
which has wotr the trophy four times since 1945.
f"fT C lm.r PVttt A 1
Grace Line to begin regular freight
and passenger service from Jamaica
The Honorable Willis O. Isaacs, access t6 the Middle and North At
Minister or Trade and industry.
Government of Jamaica, and
Lewis A. Lapham, President of
Srace JLine, announced jointly to to-iy
iy to-iy thht afran&rnehts have been
made to begin a weekly passeng-er-and-cargo
service from King Kingston
ston Kingston to Baltimore and New York
with the Grace Line's combina combination
tion combination cargo-passenger ships, ."San ."Santa
ta ."Santa Clara," "Santa Monica," and
"Santa Sovla." The service starts
with the arrival of the "Santa Cla Clara"
ra" Clara" in Kingston on March 2. Prior
tb Kingston! the .popular 52-pas-senger
air i conditioned "Santas"
call at Aruk, N.W.I. ; -Msrscai-ho,
Venezuela; Barranquilla and
Cartagena. Colombia. Leaving
Kingston eich Wednesday, the
ship will eall weetyy on Mondays
at Baltimore and on Wednesdays,
at New York..
Mr. Lapham, commenting on the
new service, said: "It is a great
pleasure after all these years to
have Kingston once again oil the
schedule as a Grace Line port of
call. In restoring a regular ocean
passenger service between Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica and the U.S. Atlantic seaboard,
we are able' also to offer to cruise
passengers a full day of sightsee sightseeing
ing sightseeing and shopping at this great
Caribbean island resort. Jamaican
industry and agriculture,' as well
as American importers, with par particular
ticular particular reference to those who need
refrigerated space, can now look
to a direct service and a transit
time of five days, providing the
island's products with immediate
A. -1 J VIA -I
.is w now, uamucrauc con
gressional leaders plan to hold off
on a tax cut until mey get a
rlrpr ntptnr nt Ih Projoni'.
plans. Some rank-and-file Demo Democrats
crats Democrats have been getting ,-estlcss
under this procedure and have'
drafted tax cut bills of their own.
But speaker Sam Rayburn sa'd
tnrlav ft was "(HI. ton jirlv in
jump." He slid he supported
none of the Democratic bills that
have been of.ered or discussed in
Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson told GOP cnnprp&sinnat
leaders yesterday the Treasury
w wuiiung on many plans ior
tax reduction bu no decision will
be reached until the um ommont
decides it is lime to act.
One plan under study at the
Treasury would frtroivn all urih.
holding taxes On personal income'
ivi me last quarter ot iyas cost costing
ing costing the government an estimated
eight tn nins hillirtn AMI TV...
plan would keep the corporate
tax rate at its orpspni ki nr
Some administration officials
feel this woud, be the "cleanest"
Way to efiect a nronal innnma
tax cut and release a torrent of
consumer money. However they
also je,e weaknesses in snch a
three-month moratorium. For ex-
lantic markets of the United
States, grace Line is deeply ap appreciative
preciative appreciative of the active and con continuing
tinuing continuing interest the Jamaican Gov
ernment has shown1 toward this
new service. The forward think
ing arid progressive spirit of the
leaders in government and indus industry
try industry wfth whom we have talked
have made our own task a highly
pleasant and rewarding one.
Renresentins Grace Line as a-
gents in Jamaica will be the long
established firm of Grace Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy and Co., with; offices at Har Harbour
bour Harbour Street, Kingston, and termin terminal
al terminal facilities at The Hanover Street
Wharf. The company is prominent
in many phases of the island's
commercial life and its origins go
back to John orece, brother of
W. E. Grace, founder of the Line's
Acting for Grace Line in the ne
gotiations at Kingston were James
E. Magner, Executive Vice Pres
ident; G. F. Coyle, Vice President
in charge ot Caribbean Services:
and Godfrey Macdonald. Vice
President, Passenger Traffic. Most
tuiisuux-iive tains were neia aiao
with Abe Issa, Chairman, and
Phillip Barker-Benfield. Executive
Secretary of the Jamaiia Govern
ment Tourist board. During their
stay the Grace Line officials were
received by the Honorable Nor
man Washington Manely, W.C.-
M M., Chief Minister of Jamaica
Who has been in close touch will
all developments concerning this
new service. Advt.
CHICAGO, March 20 (UP In International
ternational International Harvester Co. tmtav
announced It will lay off more
than 1,009 employees at three
plants next Monday in a further
slowdown of truck production
MOULINS. France. Mareh. tn
(UP) -.a'he locomouv and ia
cars of Paris bound express
train jumped the tracks today
near thin tnute in f.ntr.l
JjThe derailment Caused heavy
uamage nut injured only two of
the 190 passengers.
Hamilton Fund Declares 14c.
The Board of Directors of Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton Funds, .Inc., lias declared a
quarterly dividend of four cents
pier shite from investment in in-come
come in-come and ten cent per share from
ecritiprns,v0n series H-t;7
Hares. The dividend on series H H-A
A H-A Shares is 3 4-2 cents per shsre
tnril 1t 10SQ tn ch1aflANlr
record, Noon, April 1, 1958.
This fiscal year-end dividend
Will bring to $2,312,638 the total
Smount of distributions paid to
Hamilton shareholders during the
fiscal year. Since Hamilton Funds.
Inc., shires were first., offered tot
1W8. there has been a total of ti3, ti3,-131,277
131,277 ti3,-131,277 naid out in distributions
to shareholders. On March 10, the
total net asset value of Hamilton
funds, Inc.v,wa fW,M7,0to, up
aarMOW.wfjfrom a year ago.
In announcine; Hamilton's 4ist
consecutive dividend, president
Harold Httber oointed out that dur dur-firth
firth dur-firth first two montts of 1M.
Hamilton sold investment nlens
Calling for total payments of $15,-
575.000 over 55 Mr rent ahn
the sales for the same period of
HOT. -our feeling, generally" said
Huber, "is that neonle are not re-
eesslon-minded. As a matter of
fart th ffanoral nuKMit onnn..
to have an optimistic viewpoint,
as eviaencpa y our greatly in
is true not on
ly of Hamilton Funds, 'Iwtihe
tual fiinH Indmlrv in t
the-entire mutual fund fteW. sales
are at a high level, and cash-outs
of shares are at a very tew point;
This shows that thp iniavtino n.ikl
He has cnnfiHpnpp th Iki tii,.. .1
i ... un. luiuir in
our ecoftemy. These investors are
connaent tnat American industry
win proauce reasonHDie returns on
their investment in inai ,.,u
'.vwv nu nll
ftfi ttrrtVifls nnnnrfiinifiAe
ms rA growth in the comuigi
Huber jilso announced that 3,700
new Hamilton monthly investment
pians were started during Janua January
ry January and February of this year.
TOS was approximately 10 per
lem nz ait me penonic investment
oians sold ny tne 200 mutual funds
in the nation. Advt.
MONTPELIER, Vt. (UP)
Some 30 proposed picnic .. areas
to be built by the statent a cost
of $45,000 have been declared
on limns" to Vermonters. he
Slate board of forests and parka
saia tne lacmues are to be used
by tourists and not as "picnic or
outing areas for neighboring res
NEW YORK, March 30 (UP) -Stubniti
Greene rp., Adrian,
Mich., is acquiring all of the as assets
sets assets of Fahnery Mfg. Co., Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, elf ectiye Mirfeh 31,
through the Payment of 25fl nfi
common shares, it Was announced-)
TOKYO. March 80 ftTPi 1
new division 0' Chinese Commu
nigt -volunteer" troops in North
Korea left the Red Koreisr capital
of Pybngying for home yeitefday,
tn communist new unmi ivefs
Agency said today.
The Peipine regime announced
recently it punned to wtthwaw
ill Chinese troops from North Ko Korea
rea Korea before the end 0: MS.
PlTTteURGxL' Aarch 20 tUP i
-An prflctal of Mesta Machtne
Co. told the annual stockholders
AHn. th riwihlav h ,.!.
cient backlog to assitre caplritv
MhtratlMit in was ua uiXfkAii.
log at the end of iFebruiry ex
ceeded the 16 million dollars re reported
ported reported at the end of 1M.
The Venetians, in about 1300.
were the first to make mirrors
of glass by backing them with
a coating of mmury-amd tin.
These quickly took the place of
earlier metal mirrors. Vene
tian mirror-makers formed a
corporation to protect the se secrets
crets secrets of- their- manufacturing
methods. U anyone carried the
art into a foreign country hi
uea rest, relatives Were impris impris-nnpH
nnpH impris-nnpH and the mrno ration sent
J members to find and kill him.
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Baltimore s Billy 0 Dell Joins List Of Bonus Babies Who Are Makin
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25-Year-OW Southpaw Helps
Orioles Turn Back Cubs 7-5
By FltED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 20 (UP) Add Billy
(Digger) Q'Dell of the Baltimore Orioles to the list
of the bonus babies who are making good.
A $30,000 "bonus kid" when he
signed out of Clemson College in
1954, the 25-year old southpaw
from Whitmire, S.C., is the first
Grapefruit League pitcher to go
nine innings this spring. O Dell, a
southpaw, helped the Orioles down downed
ed downed tie Chicago Cubs, 7-3, at Me Me-S3
S3 Me-S3 Ariz
O'Dell", one of Paul Richards'
prize pupils, was in military serv service
ice service in 1955 and most of 1956. He
returned to post a 4-10 record last
season but the key to his pitching
actually was a 2.70 earned run
"Bifly pitched in the winter
leaeue this year in order to gain
PYiwripnce and it looks like its
paying off," said Richards. "We've
always considered him .a poten potential
tial potential star and it's quite possible this
could be the year. Of course, itfs
not unusual for a winter league
pitcher to go nine at this time of
the spring. But in his case it's no
flash in the pan."
O'D.II yielded athree run
homer to Ln Walls in
inning but allowed only
hits, walked ono and ru out
! six. The victory was ttio tnira
in sight games for the Oriole
1 but lt was marred when snort snort-stop
stop snort-stop Willi Miranda suffered a
j bono chip in his ankle in the
The Cleveland Indians whipped
the San Francisco Giants, 6-3, and
the Kansas City Athletics downed
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-7, in yes:
terday's only other action as ram
onee again chased the boys in indoors.
doors. indoors. Rookie ihfielder Billy Harrell hit
a homer, triple and single to drive
in three runs as the Indians squar squared
ed squared heir spring record at 4-4. Daryl
Soencer homered and Willie Mays
tripled; for the Giants but Willie
also committed a two-base error
on a fifth-inning fly.
Vie Power tripled in the 12th
Inning and scored on Woody
Hold's single to lead the Athle Athletics
tics Athletics to their fifth victory in nine
games. Power and Hold each
had thro hits oft Bob Friend,
Srf, Witt and Luis Arroyo
The Pirates have lost eight of
their 10 games.
Braves estimated that World Se
ries hero Lew Burdette; whe sign signed
ed signed last Thursday, won't make his
spring debut until about April 1.
Haney recalled Burdete didn't
pitch last spring until two weeks
after he signed ... Manager Casey
Stengel of the New York Yankees
conceded he's "happier" now that
the American League champions
have won five straight. He also
announced his pitchers for he next
Tigers optioned Steve Boros and
George Thomas to Birmingham of
the Southern Association ... Wash Washington
ington Washington Senator manager Cookie
Lavagetto speculated that his five
starting pitchers would be Ralph
Lumenti, sensational bonus south southpaw
paw southpaw Hal Griggs, 21-game win
ner at Chattanooga, and veterans
Russ Kemmerer, Pedro Ramos
and Camilo Pascual. Lumenti, sign
edloff the University of Massa
chusetts campus last summer, has
a 2.08 earned run average and 2-0
record this spring.
1HER CAMP NEWS: Manag
fred Haney of the Milwaukee
Kansas Stale Makes
Fourth Try To Win
NCAA Cage Crown
LOUISVILLE, Ky., March- 20-
(UP) -The Kansas. State Wild-
cast fly into town today for their
fourth try at an NCAA basketball
title to find hemselves a shaky
favorite in the semifinal and the
final rounds Friday and Saturday
Two factors seemed to put the
finger of favoritism on the wheat
state whizzes their towering
height across the front line, and
a demonstrated ability to neat tne
There was no doubt that coach
Tex Winter was riding high in the
saddle when it came to size. He
normally stars 6-9 Jack Parr at
center, 6-8 Bob Boozer at One pt pt-ward,
ward, pt-ward, and 6-3 Hayden Abbott at
the other. With six-foot Don Ma Ma-tuszak
tuszak Ma-tuszak a one guard and 6-3 Roy
Dewitz at the other, that gives
HALLANDALE, Fla., March 20
(UP)-Calumet Farm's Tim Tarn
warmed up for the $100,000 added
Florida Derby yesterday by sprint
ing to an easy 2 length victory in
the $15,000 added Fountain of
Youtji handicap at Gulfstream
The husky son of Tom Foot who
was awarded the victory in the
rich Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah
Park on a disqualification, carried
high weight of 122 pounds, includ including
ing including Willie Hartack, in today's race.
It was his third straight win and
fifth of the year in seven starts.
Tim Tam, rated perfectly by
Hartack. forged into the lead ent
ering the stretch and then drew
awav to win handily. Grey Mon
arch also closed fast to gain the
place by a head over tiring Li'l
Fella, who set most of the pace
in the field of 10 three-year-olds.
The Calumet star covered a mile
and one-sixteenth in 1:42 4-5 and
returned $3.30 $2.90 and $2.60 as
the three to five choice of the
crowd of 16,320. Victory was worth
$9,850, giving Tim Tam earnings
of $138,900 for 1958.
Grey Monarch, ridden by Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian riding sensation Manuel
Ycaza, who returned to the saddle
after a 15-day suspension, paid
$19.50 and $10.50, while Li'l Felb,
with Howard Gran aboard, paid
The Florida Derby wtll Be run
here on Saturday, March 29, and
is the second major stakes test
of the year for three-year olds.
Tim Tam, who probably will have
a running mate in Kentucky trine
in tne ueroy, more man une-y
will reach the post for that event
as the odds-on favorite.
Tim Tam has come on strong
ly this year after losing his only
start as a two-year-oid a fix
furlong sprint in which he Jhrish-
ed fourth behind Koyai warrior,
Veneeance and Wait for It, none
of whom are regarded as promise
ing three-year-old candidates ...
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CHARLIE DETORE has shown steady improvement, over four yearsi of running for th. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Tigers. In this his senior year, he is easily one of the Tigers outstanding performers.
His best event in the low hurdles, jut this eye-ht not included on the Relays program this
year, he will turn his talent to the jumps and sprint laps on various Tiger relay teams. De De-tore
tore De-tore is sure to see his share of action in the Reiays this Friday and Saturday.
them an overall average of 6-4
Kansas State has been a six-man
ball club all season, however, with
6-8 Wa'ly Frank rotating at for
ward and center with the starters',
Abbott has misseH a few practice
sessions recently because of a
hand iniurv. and although he now
Is recovered, that puis a aesire to
combat the rebounding of Seattle s
Elgin Baylor, may lead winter to
start all three of his timber-top
Mercury Plays CHS Tonight;
Rain Again Hits Gold Coast
CHS-Alumni vs C.H.S. (Rained
Mercury Outboard vs C.H.S. (7
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Rain scored another shut out
in the Atlantic Twilight League
Tuesdav nieht. bringing the total
to 3 games remaining unplayed
and postponed until the end of the
season which had been scheduled
for March 27.
Tuesdav nieht's Alumni, C.H.S.
affair went own for the count 15
minutes, before game time When
a sudden down pour left the
mnnnH muddv and in no. condi
Hon for play. This game, along
with the other two rained out af-
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er March 27, probably for March
30 and April 1 and
Tonight at 7 o'clock. Mercury
Outboard will attempt to stretch
their league lead to a full game
as they take on the cellar-dwelling
C.H.S. This wiH be the third
and final meeiing of these two
teams in the second ball;
On previous game? Mercury has
scored 7 to- and 3 to 2 wins.
Mercury has always had a rough
time with the Tigers from CHS.
They met twjee in the first half
and though the. second half lead
ers have never s lost to Cristobal
High, they could score ooty nar
row 7 to 6 and 8 to. 6 decisions.
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BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams W L
Life Savers 23 10
Firestone Tires aoV4 12
Turcot Products 20 13
Pabst Blue Ribbon 20 13
National Electric 16 17
Ebonite Tornadoes 15 18
Shaws Gift Shop 15 18
Gre:ha 14 19
Vaux Hall Cars 13 20
Boyd Brothers 11 22
Aldens Mailorder 11 22
Leading Averages (Men)
Mead, Stinson, Soto. (Ladies
Mangel, Storey D.". Williams.
Life Savers 2 Crtcha Music
The league leading Life Savers
while winning two out of three
lost ground, because several of
the first division quintets captured
three. Captain and leadoff man
Dick La iBeau was the king ofr
a day of the league because his
scratch 525 was the crowning a a-chievement
chievement a-chievement of the league this
The five flavors of, the Li f c
Savers were on their' way to a
clean sweep when they faltered,
and Grecha Music Shop came up
with a rock and roll game. The
balled rolled and the pins rocked
for 57 pin advantage, which was
sweet music for the Grechas,
Besides Dick, the Life Savers
had ample help from the dam
sels in their lineup, Ginny De
Veau was credited with 500 and
Nickie La Beau produced a nifty
533. The Pate family, Jesse and
Berth of the Grecha were the
chief music makers former com
bo with 503 and 525.
Firestone 3, Ebonite 0
The Firestone Retreads were in
top notch condition, and vulcanized
all three points when t&a?'educ t&a?'educ-ed
ed t&a?'educ-ed the Ebonite Tornadoes to a
Four of the retreads rolled a a-long
long a-long at a good clip, Bob Storey
511, Anne Hill bowed to her hus husband
band husband Jerry 523 to 535 and John
Nary a Tornado blew u a 50A
series and Joe murgoon s m se series,
ries, series, was the extent of the Ebo Ebonite
nite Ebonite Tornadoes power. Despite the
off night, the Ebonite did raise
some dust in the last game, but
Firestone threw- off the threat
by 13 pins.
CHIRIQUI BULL This- strapping bull will be seen in action
during the netx bull fights at La Macarena bull rin? Sunday,
March 23. Campesino. as he is called, was born on Jan. 6,
1955. at the Kelso brothers' hacienda In Remedtosv Chfriqui
He was sired by a pure-bred Mexican fighting buil out of a
native. cow. Campesino tips the scales at 880 pounds and has
displayed all the qualities and great courage -of a pure-bred
fighting bull on the farm.
By Conrado Sargeant
Leading jockey IBraulip Baeza
has increased his lead over Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vsquez and Bias AgUirre in
the win column to 29 victories.
Baeza has pushed home 49 win winners
ners winners with less than half the first
semester completed. Vasquez and
450 as a result of his voctory in
the $7,500 added Francisco Arias
rarecies Classic. Gaviln is next
with total earnings of $4,580 and
Sapor third with $3,502.50.
An unusual occurence took place A
Aguirre have 20 wins each in. the! at Gulfstream Park Tuesday morn
: y B laimea aunng a
worKout. His rider was injured
when tht animal fell, according
to tuff writer Joe McLaughlin in
yesterday's Mia4 Herald.
OKACE LINE BUILDING
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Pabst Blue Ribbon 2 Vaux Hall 1
The Vau Hall cars had their
motors all tuned up and they got
away to a' big lead in the first
game, but someone forgot to fill
their talks with strikes and
snares so the Vaux Hall stalled
and Pabst Blue Ribbon Be.ef
quickly look advantage of the
deficiency and bottled the next
two games in the win column.
Kitty Gallahair and Stick Stin
son were the "make-mine-Pabst's"
delights with 503 and 506 series,
andihe best performance obtained
from the five Vaux Halls was
Earl Freund's 482. Although win winning
ning winning the biggest portion of the se
ries. the Pabst Beer dropped
ivam second to a tie for third,
whereas Vaux Halls are flirting
with the cellar.
GMMtt 2 Blades Shaws 1
' I Shaws Gift Shon. who In the
early stage of the league were
hotter than a firecracker, conti
iiueci their receat losing streak
when Gillette Blue Blades topped
them by a 2 to 1 count. The open opening
ing opening game had the Gillette Blades
slicing to. an easy win, but the
second was close, Out still the Gil-lettes-came
out by a razor edge
margin of nine pins. Then Shaws
put an end to their torture by ac
cepting a nifty Goft from Gil
lette, a 22 pin win.
Both teams contributed one
from the fair sex and one from
tne male species in the .500 club.
DOttie Williams 512 and Jimmy
Bowen 524 for Gillettes and Betty
Lawson and Lee Clontz for the
Tlvob' Avenue Gift with 503 and
Turco Products 3
boya Brothers 0
Turco Products cleaned up on
the Boyd Brothers Insurance for
all thm points, extending their
winning streak and climbed Into
a tie tor third place; The' Boyd
Brothers put up a stiff battle,
losing the first by 37 pins, ithe
second by -five pins, and the last
Dy iour pins, way uick smiieu
on the Turco Products on sever several
al several nsasions, especially in the last
frame of the finale the Lady was
right there when eight pins top toppled
pled toppled on a three -pin hit.
Little Lou Glud and Big fiiU
Bleakley provided the top figures
for Turco. Lou lifted 521 and,Bill
broke 540. For the Insurance Sales
force, the two fair ladies in the
lineup did eight well. Marian
Howard .had herself a 528- and
Nancy Murphy made it with 501.
Harry uouse also ot iBoyas insert
ed a 529.
Natiinal Wctric Center 3
Aldens Mailorder 0
Business was, bad for the Al
dens Mailorder catalog cuties, be-1
cause the National electric "Cen
ter sent Aldens down to a ahock
ing 3 to 0 defeat. This raised Na-
tinnnl'n .I .A I w. f V. n 1 A A ft 1 1 A WaXat
a few notehes from eight to fifffe II
Here too, the ladles' did the he'a'fl
vy work, when,Myrt Itangels a a-gain
gain a-gain came up with a resounding
series,, this time 532. Mimi Metz Metz-was
was Metz-was even .better with '560. A red
letter day for the "M" maidens.
Duane Cheatum helped along with
Aldens also had their extra
specials, when the Williams fami
ly finished with 568 and 500 sets,
and Al Barnes tagged along with
503. While Aldens, are tied for the
basement they show signs and
promise Uf shaking off the doormat-wot
of the league.
jockeys at the President Remon
racetrack which ends June 30.
Up-and-coming Heliodoro Gusti Gusti-nes,
nes, Gusti-nes, hotter than a firecracker
since his return from an eight eight-meet
meet eight-meet suspension, is right behind
Aguirre and Vasquez with IS tri triumphs.
umphs. triumphs. Gustines has totaled an
even dozen victories in the two
weekends since his return to ac action.
tion. action. oOo
Verygood, Certero and Febr Febr-ro
ro Febr-ro II have been retired from
racing. They will be used for
breeding purposes in th future.
Febrero II mad his last start
a victorious on when he score
in five furlongs last Saturday.
Canterina, Teddy, Pan Tostado
and Doble Fija are newcomers
Scheduled to make their debut -o-ver
the weekend. Cannerina. a
high priced Chilean mare, will go
in Sunday's nightcapt for import-
eq pon-winners. mis aisiance-iov-ing
Chilean-bred chestnut daughter
of Checker, is sure to ne an.oaas an.oaas-on
on an.oaas-on mutueis choice.
The other three debutants are
two-year-olds and will race in the
five-furlong eughth race for young
animals on Sunday
Romanceroi s the leading money
winner among natives with a to
tal of $3,0. 5Sandokan is the run
nerup with earnings of $2,047,50.
Pancho Lopez is third with $1,-
' Double Four, which has twoi
wins in three tries this year, sky
rocketed to the top as the leading
imported money winner with 8$,-
Manuel Ycaza returned to the
saddle at Gulfstream Park yester yesterday
day yesterday after serving a 15-day sus suspension
pension suspension for "rough riding" in the
Flamingo Stakes, Ycaza made a
gallant ry aboard rank outsider
Grey Monarch to finish second,
two lengths behind otid-on mutueis
favorite Trm Tam, in the $15,000
Fountain of Youtij Handicap.",
Will; Hartack, who rod Tim
Tam when the latter benefitted
from Jewel's Reward's disgua disgua-fication
fication disgua-fication with Ycaza aboard in
tin Flamingo, again rode yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's stakes winner.
isjfe jdea of how little Grey Mo Monarch
narch Monarch was considered is indicated
by his payoff of $19.50 to place
and $10.50 for show. Tim Tam
paid $3.30, $2.90 and 2.60.
The 26th convention of the 424th
District of Rotary International
Was formally opened yesterday at
Panama Legislative Palace. The
Rotarians will be honored with a
handicap in their honor Sunday
at the President Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Abolengo looms a sure winner
in the 1,000 mile race for sixth,
series imported thor "libreds.
Clarucha, Ann Drake, Maria
Stuardo, Valdina Jeep, Silver
Heels, Introduction and Chjyilingo
are the other scheduled starters.
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MISS "FAIRBANKS A QUEEN
WINCHESTER, Va, (UP)
Daphne Fairbanks, 18, daughter
of actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr.,
was chosen today is queen Of
the 31st annual Shenandoah Apple
iBlossom FeitiytlHto-be held here
May 1 and 2.
LA MACARENA BULLRING
With permission of the authorities and weather permit permit-ling,
ling, permit-ling, the 5th Bullfight of the season will be held on
Sunday March 23rd, 1958 at 4:30 p.m.
' Debut of the Brave Panamanian fighting bulls from the
KELSO Ranch in Chiriqui wearing blue and red colors.
They will alternate with two brave Mexican fighting
bulls from the Quiriceo Ranch.
MARIO CARRION (Spaniard)
MANUEL JIMENEZ (Chicuelin) (Mexican)
Outstanding swordsman Manuel Chavez, with their
respective teams of BanderUleros and Picadores.
Teodoro Arias, Dr. Anibal Ramos and Dr. Augusta Ramos.
B L E A C HE R S
1st Row Reserved 5.00
2nd Row ....4.06
3rd Row 4.00
General Admisslpn ....3.00
General Children .....1.50
1st Row 2.50
BleachersS General . 2.00
Bleachers Children ...1.00
TICKETS ON SALE: At MERCEDES Ice Cream Parlor,'
Cuba Ave. and 36th Street, Tel. 3-6724; IBERIA Restau Restaurant,
rant, Restaurant, Tel. 2-0958; CONCORDIA Drugstore, Tel. 2-2954; Tick Ticket
et Ticket office of Macarena beginning Friday at 2:00 p.m.,
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: In ease of Suspension of the
bullfieht due to any cause after the placing of banderlllas
off the ftrst butt there wtH trim. P tb tMf -4
that they are Caste bulb there wilt be no reservations
TWHtSflAY, MARCH t, 1958
1M PANAMA AMERICA AN TNDEKEKDENT DAILY VEWSPAPE
Elks Sponsored NRA Junior Rifle Tourney Saturday, Sunday
BRADENTON Fred Haney wasty these days, and this boy could
never paid not to manage a ball
club and Casey Stangekwas never
XmffM in eftinr. Otherwise a
striking similarity marw unr iu-,u tnm uw t-amous oi university
re another Gabby Hartnett.
"We had DeMerit last season.
Another bonus bo. He .came to
r,aAril preers. Both were habitu
al alsiSt rtos until they hooked on
to talent-packed big league entries.
With the old St. Louis Browns
Haney was never higher than sixth,
later with the Pirates, he had three
in a row in last place. Now, as! Wherever you go down here you
manager w the wor.d cnampion jiear of the excellence of the
of Wisconsin, where he starred
in track a wel as baseball. Ail
the other majors trid to sign him
too. We think he has a chance io
be one of the really great players
of the game."
Milwaukee Braves, life, we suggest suggested,
ed, suggested, must be entrancingly different.
"Well, lor, one thing, 1 have been
discovered by the press," he smil smiled
ed smiled wryly. "Few ot you guys seem seemed
ed seemed interested in my brilliant ideas
on how the great nationarpasttme
should be played when I had those
other c ubs. Too bad. Between us,
We might have revolutionzed base baseball."
ball." baseball." In what other way had the little'
60-year-old guy, a product of the
sprited Ty Cobb school, seen his
"I didn't have to pay to see the
World Series last fall and that was
a first time experience, a very
p eaiaflf one, I might add."
In a more serious vein, Haney
said: "Managers don't change. I
never heard of a millionaire who
didn't have money. It's the same
with managers, you can't without
Haney had the players last; sea season
son season and won "everything in his first
full year as the Braves' dugout
genius. Overlooked in the tumult
was the fact the Braves had 17
casurties, including key men Joe
Adcock, out 73 days; Bil'y Bruton, Bruton,-out
out Bruton,-out 80; Bob Buhl, out 23. To have
won in spite of this was a tribute
Braves' farm hands. In this res
pect, they are rated close to the
Yankees, and coincidental, are
expected to dominate their league
m futui 3 years in much the same
way. Mr. Quinn was asked to elu elucidate.
cidate. elucidate. "Good scouts, an owner who'll
meet any price for the player he
wants, and a lot. o luck. We spend
more than a million a yean on
our farm system. Of the 41 play players
ers players here in camp. 32 came up
thru the farms. In the last game
of the Word Series, only Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette wasn't a iarm graduate."
Haney got up to leave for the
park where the champions had
a date with the. Dodgers.
"I wouldn'4 be caught dead on
a farm, but I hope nothing ever
happens to Oe Massa Quinn and
If. Amador Troopers
Wallop Ft. Clayton
The Fort Amador Trooners hlaat.
s a uiuuic ..-v s r-
i;k. tu att inree ron ciayion Dicners lor
ninn'n hnrh n hlts and 14 runs Saturday after-
pion s oencn. t McCarde FieJd while
"That has been the secret of the ning up a 14-4 win over the Ca Ca-Yankees
Yankees Ca-Yankees success for years," Ha-haliers.
ney rejected. "Oyer here our Deadlocked 4-4 going into the
bench is also a major considers t th inning, the Troopers picked
An U7'11 Ka Air An etrrtnnoi. ttivum llin four nine in t ho fih (iiA itm
pr ...... ... in. mil 1 1 i in
the sixth and one more in the eight
to omplete the-route.
Logart, Akiris Swap Punches
In Chance io Forget Poverty
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPV-Isaac Lo-
For the 13th year, Balboa Lodge and Virgil Akins swap
B.P.O.E. No. 1414 will sponsor the .punches tomorrow night for a
SectionaVN.B.A. registered Should- ht at the welterweight cham-er-To-Shoulder
Rifle Tournament pionship of the world and a
for the junior shooters on the Can
The individual match will be
Chance tu DUt childhoood novertv
behind them for good.
Both knew hunger and want
held oh Saturday. March 22. and when they were growing un Lo
the team match on Sunday, Mar. agrt in the Cuban sugar cane
23, at the Balboa Gun Club's so fields and Akins on the banks of
ft. range, Farf an. Firing" will be-tle Mississippi. Their $20,000
gin at 9 a.m. on both days. guarantees still stand as tremen-
Registratrons have been receiv-dous paydays for both of them,
ed from Balboa Gun Club Junior' But the winner of this 12-round
Division and Cristobal Junior Rifle semmnai elimination bout, made
Club. It is expected that approxi
mately 25 shooters will participate.
N. E. Dillman has been appoint appointed
ed appointed by National Rifle Association
headquarters in Washington, D.C.
as the official referee. Other offi officials
cials officials will include:
Executive Officer:. Capt, A. L.
Swaney, Asst. P.M.S. and T., Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School
Range Officer: M-Sgt. J. E. Hol Hollars,
lars, Hollars, Sgt, Major R.OY.C.
Statistical Officer: Mrs. Maxine
This program is the largest and
most important junior rifft com competition
petition competition among junior shooters af affiliated
filiated affiliated with the,N.R.A. More than
necessary when Carmen Basilio
gave up the welterweight title aft after
er after winning the middleweight
crown, figures to have it "made."
Logart Is Favored
This, each figures, is the cham championship
pionship championship even though the Winner
must encage Vince Martinez for
the title. Because neither Loeart
nor Akins has much regard for
jersey vmce, wno, drew a bye
into, me championship finals.
"This if it," says Loeart. the
8-5-favorite. "It is a dream I have
nan since 1 watched Kid Gavilan
Hgnt in our home town of Cama
Necessity dictated a fiehtin ea
Bee far Logart, 24, who is known
as 'Rl Latitrn" or "Th. Whin"
Canal Zone. All scores of the in-because of the manner in which
, as well as the
tion. We'll be even stronger thrum
this year. We'll also be deeper
in pitching strngth. For these rea reasons,
sons, reasons, I think we will repeat."
Joe Quinn, youthful general ma manager
nager manager of the Braves, joined us in
the lobby o' Manatee River Hotel
..."Here's the fellow who comes
up with the good young players for
us," said Hanev. "Tell him about
Taylor and DeMerit."
The Yanks of NL
Quinn learned baseball at th?
feet of his dad, the redoubtable
Bob Quinn, of Columbus, Boston
and St. Louis, who never quite ma
it big, simply because the most
ingenious mind can get only so
much mileage out of a shoestring.
"Bob Taylor's a catcher, only
19, a bonus high school star out of
Metropolis, 111.," responded Quinn.
"He's two or three yesrs away.
Everybody was after him. Any
kind of catching prospect is rarl-
Trooper leftfielder Jjm Mann
po ed two home runs and drove in
five runs. Catcher Irv Haynes and
second baseman Neil O'Donnell
collected three hits apiece. Haynes
crossed the plate four times and
O'Donnelr collected five RBrs.
Rightfielder Walt Sauerbrun and
shortstop Stan Christian paced the
.avaier attack witn three hits
and two hits respectively.'' Chris Christian
tian Christian had a home run and Sauer Sauerbrun
brun Sauerbrun had a double. Pitcher Cy Bra Brady
dy Brady added a home run to the cause.
Wayne Tolbert went ftie route
for Amador to get the win. His re
cord is 6-4, Cy Brady hurled the
first live innings and was charged
with the loss, his fifth in 10 deci decisions.
sions. decisions. i
dividual and team competition are
sent to N.R.A. headquarters for
Medal awards are offered for in
dividuals and for teams at etch
Sectional Tournament by the N.U
B.P.O.E. Balboa Lodge No. 1414
will give additional merchandise
prizes at a luncheon for the shoot
ers and officials following the
close of shooting oh the second
Clean that rifle, set those sights
and good shootrng Juniors!
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Abernathy Unisport 4 0 1.000
Cervecena Nacional 1 .800
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers 2 2 :300
Bokel 1 3 .333
ft. Kobbe Sykers Reg. 0 5' .000
Mar. 19 Cerveceria Nacional
vs Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
Mar 20 Abernathy Unisport vs
Hq. (Jo. Sykes Regulars
Mar. 21 Ft. Clayton vs Bokel
Ft. Kobb Regulars
Sam Catletl's Cerveceria Nacio
nal Pan Liquido continued to thre
aten the league leaders, Aberna
thy UnispoEt, after trouncing the
last place Ft. Kobbe Regulars, 15-to-1.
The Regulars were mastered by
McNair Lane with a five hitter
coupled with fine defensive play
by the Beermen's quick thinking
infield. Louis Auletti started for
the Regulars, taking the setback
before being relieved by Nobal in
A big eight-run first inning sent
the Beermen to the top. Three
more runs in the third and fifth
and one in the fourth teamed with
14 hits for the clincher. Ft. Kob Kob-be's
be's Kob-be's solo came in the top the
first a single, fielder's choice and
John Padron had a perfect day
at .the plate with two singles in an
evenamount ot at Dais wnue us us-trea
trea us-trea drove home five of the Beer Beer-men's
men's Beer-men's winning tallies.
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PHILADELPHIA (UE1 Rudy
Milkey of Columbia won the Ivy
League basketball scoring title by
collecting 145 points in his last
six games. Milkey, Of Kiogewooa,
N.Y., totaled 272 points in league
competition to ease Jonpny tee,
Yale senior Irom Brooklyn, N.Y.,
uecause oi in manner in which
he snaps his punches. He was one
of 14 children and there was lit
re ruture wielding a bolo knife
In the cane fields. He has won
04 bouts 19 by knockouts.
Akins, 30, is a St. Louis slugger
who often has been accused of
lacking "enthusiasm." The an answer
swer answer is that, a pro since 1948, he
just m couldn't seem to reach the
top. A new manaeerial staff has
holted him into renewed eeforts
ana ne predicts that hi will make
it. the best two out o" three over
Logart. The first time they met,
second time-, Logart won unani unanimously
mously unanimously Noodod Money
Akins, who has won 46 of 64
bouts, with 26 knockouts, started
as a Golden Glover and turned
pro in 1948 "to make some mon money."
ey." money." His father died when he was
nine and he remembers his fam family
ily family of 10 living in a three-room
flat. Laughs haven't: bean too
Plentiful in" his life, but he re
calls with a grin the first time he
rougnt in the Garden.
"You ever been unconscious?
the doctor asked.
"No," Akins replied.
"You ever been" knocked out?"
the doctor pressed.
r'Yes," he said and then, noting
the doctor's perplexed look, add added:
ed: added: "I was kicked by a horse.
Logart doesn't have the "kick"
of a horse in either hand and the
pddsmakers are counting on, the
-;uDan s noxing skiH. But Akins,
who once chopped wood for a liv
ing, counts on chopping Isaac
down to size.
It s the ODOortunitv of hnvinn
li etime for both of them.
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Fastlich League To Hold
Father-Son Game Saturday
The Fastlich Teenage Baseball
will inaugurate the first of its an annual
nual annual father-son games, Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
league'a baseball diamond on Gail-
Anv bov who is a member of a
Fastlich baseball team will be eli eligible
gible eligible to nlay in this game, but on
ly if his father reports for pract
ice which wilt start at i:su p.m.
the same day.
This is expected to be an inter
esting game because fathers who
have coached from the stands, all
season are being called upon to
prove they know their baseball by
playing against their sons.
The boy's team manager, F. E.
Mbunts savs his boys are in good
shape for the coming showdown
and does not intend to hold pre-
Moises de la Pena, coach of the
fathers team, has been holding
daily work-outs and reports his
team i ready to, show the boys
Happened to .
Claud (Buddy) Young
Claude (Buddy) Youna. a stub
by little sprinter, barely was tall
enough to see over the line of
scrimmage but he could run
around it or through it with amaz amazing
ing amazing bursts of speed. He starred
first at Illinois, where he led the
Illini to a 45-14 Rose Bowl vic victory
tory victory over UCLA in 1947, and was
Dig point-winner as a sprinter
in track. Later he scent nine
years as a pro in the All-America
Conference and National Foot
ball League, winding up with, the
Baltimore Colts in 1955.
Whatever happened to Buddy
Young? Today, at 31. he is a disc
jockey at a Baltimore radio sta station
tion station and a scout for the Colts.
, CANADIANS UPSiT
LONDON (UP)-Canada's world
champion hockey team suf ered
its first loss since leaving home
more tnan a month ago when it
'dropped an unset 6-2 decision
Monday night to the Wembley
SUBSTITUTE FOR ORTSGA
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UP) (UP)-Frankie
Frankie (UP)-Frankie Belma of Wilmington,
Calif., will meet Armondo Muniz
of Juarez, Mexico in i 10-round
bout Saturday night. Belma' wiil
substitute for Gaspar OrtegaVwho
suiierea minor injuries in an au
tomobile accident last weekend.
just how the game should be play played,
ed, played, according to bleacher-instruc
tions inrougnout the season.
Time will be called rpwarrfi...
f. n ....... .j I.,
ut ui iuiuigs promptly at
5 p.m. when refreshments will be
servec to all fathers and sons who
participated in the game.
Hutchinson Thinks Cardinals
Can Go All The Way This Year
By LIO H. PETERSEN either in the -outfield or at first.
will be kept as a utility man
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UP) along with infielder Dick Scho-
F r e d d i e Hutchinson, who field,
brought in his St. Louis Cardi-j
nals a surprising second last I Hal Smith will be the No. 1
year, thinks they can "go all the catcher with Hobie Landrith be be-way"
way" be-way" this year. ) hind him.
We have the power, and 1
think we have the pitching," The "Big Four" pitching
Hutchinson said. "The only ques- starters for the Cardinals will be
tion in my mind is our defense Larry Jackson who had a 15-9
in the outfield." I record last season; Sam (Tooth-
In addition to that possib'e pick) Jones (12t9); Lindy Mc Mc-weakness,
weakness, Mc-weakness, he also admitted that! Daniel, one of the famous bonus
he would like a veteran third- pitching brothers with a mark of
string cacher. 3i-9, and Wilmer (Vinegar Bend)
"A guy who can go in here Mizell, who in his first year out of
in the late innings to settle down service won eight games while
my kid pitchers," Hutchrngson ex- using 10 last season.
plained. He had Walker Coop
Later Starting Dale
Requested For 1960
for that chore last year,
Cooper decided to end his active
Sot Except For Pitching
Except for pitching, the Cari Carina's,
na's, Carina's, pending deals, are all set.
They'll come up with a revised
invield, but with the same four
U L.J ..... It
Dark haee sh f"t to third N.Ew! W- The presk
base and the younger and faster hl VS"?,,
Eddie Kasko has been moved vS?v rim s&iTOJ?
from third to shortstop. .itarttag; &
At first will be 'Stan Musial, games when the International
who won the National League Olympic Committee meets in To-
batting championship for the kyo May 14.
seventh time last season, with
Don Blasingame at second base
He's sure that Musial will sup supply
ply supply the power he needs along
with his starting outfield trio of
Del Ennis in left, Ken Boyer in
center and Wally Moon in left.
i he question in Hutchinson s
Prentice C. Hale of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, just back from a European -tour,
said he will ask the IOC to m
change the starting date from"-'
Feb. 12 to Feb. 19.
After my tour of Eurone.
mind is whether that outfield will f und that several nations wanted""
let in more runs than they bat t start the 1960 Winter Games
Smith For Outfield' Duty
The Cardinals manaeer will
Rumor has it that nm fathr. keen the lieht-hittine Bobbv Gene
have requested a- week's local Smith around for outfield utility
as late as March 1." Hale said1.
"The speed skating and hockey
people in particular wanted a lat
er starting date."
icave starting aunoay morning.
However, un to Dress tim thu
has not been verified. It is pos possible
sible possible that the fathers will play the
positions held by their sons dur during
ing during the regular season, with the
exception oi tne battery.
Sunday morning's breakfast table
conversation in the homes of the
payers, snouid be very interesting
SAN JUAN, P.R. (UP) Top" n
iJ tt Mi w!i i Zrm
duty along with veteran Irv Nor
en. He also hones that Gene
Green, a rookie' up from Roches- iieded Hamilton Richardson of
tcr where he hit .299 last sea- Westfield, N. J., eliminated Jack
son, will make the grade. Green Fleitz of Long Beach, Calif., 0-1,
can catch. The 19-year-old Curtis
Flood can do the job in the field.
but doesn't hit too well against
7-5, Monday in the Puerto Rican
Jiterhational tennis tournament; tournament;-Althea
Althea tournament;-Althea Gibson of New York de-
curve balls and may be sent 4;ated Puerto Rican champion
down for further seasoning. 'Maggie Passarel, 6-1, 8-1, in thr
Joe Cunningham, who can play women's division.
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EAST TEAM COMPLETED
man of Temple and Hank Morano
of St. Peter's -(N.J.) Were named
to the East team Monday for the
annual East-West charity basket basketball
ball basketball game at Madison Square
Garden, March 29. "Their naming
completed the East 10-man team.
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THl PANAMA AMFWrAH AM IfrMEMWlWNT TrAILY IVKWSTAPR
FOR SALE Completely fur fur-nijhed
nijhed fur-nijhed cottage at Gorgona Beach.
Swim, fish, relax. Party who
wished to buy unable rait mon money.
ey. money. Phone Balboa 4474.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Larga
Beach House. Out mile part lb
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Octantid Cottages
Santa CMn R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-IS77 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
RENT OR SALE Gramlidi
beach cottage. Information call
FOR RENT Beautiful resi residence
dence residence of three bedrooms, thro
bathroom, maid's room, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
cpen porch, terrace, hot water,
bif pati all fenced, screened
window with Venetian blind.
For immediate occupancy. Pref Preferable
erable Preferable American family. If inter interested
ested interested phone 2-3145 Panama.
FOR RENT Penthouse, nice
view, throe bedroom, terrace
etc. For information call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4641 during office
FOR RENT In the Urbani Urbanization
zation Urbanization Lot Angeles, part of one
Chalet, living dining room, one
bedroom, kitchen, bathroom,
porch, garage and garden to
responsible family without chil children.
dren. children. Call 1-3199.
Talent Contest Set
For Monday 7:30
n'fieer and members o the
Ciwor Baptist Church are mak making
ing making .elaborate plans for a talent
night program which will be he d
oa monday at 7 p.m. at the Cal Calvary
vary Calvary Baptist Church, Panama
Ciiy. In view of the recent juveni juvenile
le juvenile city law, our activity will begin
at 7 p.m. instead of 7:30.
Christian Youth Groups on both
sides of the Isthmus have been
invited to take part in thi spro spro-gram.
gram. spro-gram. Keen competition is expected to
be observed when tnese youtns
come together to executive their
Refreshments will b esrved to
these in attendance immediately
after the program by the mem members
bers members ef the youth club.
Parents to attend this probram.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Samuel Gfeller, Plaintiff vs. Anna
Maria Guitierrez Gfeller, Defendant.
Summons Case No. 4648 Civil Docket
21 Action for. divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within thirty days
after the first publication
In case of your failure to so appear
end answer, Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge. United States Distrlot
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this March 5, 1958.
C. T. McCcrmlek, Jr.
By Marian D. Bowen
To Anna Maria Gutierrez Gfeller.
The foregoing summons is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
oraer of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated March 5, J958. and entered and
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of said Untied States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
jnarcn a, ivsn.
i C. T. MeCormictc, Jr.
By Marian D. Bowen
TRUCKS AND HOISTS
M. A. POWELL, S. A.
Tel. 74.106 Apartado 199
You'ru invited to examine and admire the new
LAMBRETTA Italian Motoscooters, 125 cc &
150 cc. We have special duty-free prices.
Central Ave. 26-109 Calidonia
ATTENTION. 0). I.I just built
modern furnished Mlilnitll. I
2 bedroom, hoi. cold water
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Furnished three
bed-room apartment. Hot water.
Television. Garage. Special price
for 5 months. Phono 3-2279
aftar 6 p.m.
FOR RENT Bert located,
small furnished apartment. Near
al bu ttopt. 43rd St. No. 13.
FOR RENT In El Cangrejo
two bed room apartment, large
dining, living room, kitchen,
maid's room. Ocean view. All
screened. Call office hour 2 2-2575
2575 2-2575 after 3-7453.
FOR RENT One bedroom a a-pgrtmont
pgrtmont a-pgrtmont with stove, hot water,
refrigerator. Campo Alegre,
phone 3-7.192. Hour 6 to 7
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, hot water.
Perry Hill No. 11. Phono 3 3-2694
2694 3-2694 or 3-0533.
FOR RENT 3 room apart apartment.
ment. apartment. No. 462-B Carrasquilla.
FOR RENT Large cool two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
porch, maid's room. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, Calle 49 No. 13, Grecia.
FOR RENT Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, Bella Vista
$70.00. Tel. 3-6090.
FOR RENT $50.00 furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. North American
neighbors, yard. Tel. 3-0471,
2-3343 for information Lom Lom-bardo.
bardo. Lom-bardo. FOR RENT 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living dining room, balco balcony,
ny, balcony, garage, maid' room, hot wa water,
ter, water, elevator. In 5th floor, 50th
Street and Ave. Manuel Maria
lea. Tel. 3-4944.
FOR RENT Modern spacious
furnihed two bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ave. Peril 37-20.
Baha'i Leader Will
Fred A. Berest, member of the
local spiritual assembly of the
Baha'i Faith, will address the
Balboa Unitarian Society, Sunday
morning at 10:30. He will speak
on ''Some Aspects of the "Baha'i
Faith" following which there will
be a discussion period.
Berest is a member of the
Baha'i teaching committee for
Central America, the local teach teaching
ing teaching committee o Panama, and is
a member of the local spiritual
assembly, a body of nine elected
The public is invited to rear
him at the Unitarian center, An An-con
con An-con Blvd. and Mamei Place.
NEW ESSO BUILDING
LINDEN, N.J., March i (UP)
Esso Research and Engineering
Co. today announced it has award
ed a contract to Frank Briscoe
Co. Inc. of Newark for construc
tion oi new lacilities on a 675
acre site in Florida Park, N.J.
The three gtory office building
will empoy some 800 people
"mostly in engineering work,"
company ofiicials said.
UMifcii STATUS OK AMERICA
United Stall-. iJistrict Court For The
District ot The Canal Zona
'Division of Cristobal
Charles a. Malsoury, Plaintiff vs
Emily C. Malsbury. Defendant. Sum
laons Case No. 218S Civil Docket 10 Ac
linn fn. Hi, ,,-,
To the above-named defendant;
You are Hereby required to apnea
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
alter tne first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a-
gainst you by detault lor relief demand demanded
ed demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie E.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this eighteenth day of March, 1958,
C. T. McCormiek, Jr.,
By a David M. Jenkins
To Emily C. Malsbury
The foregoing summons Is served un-
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated March 17. 1958, and entered and
filed In this actlnn In the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Cristobal, on
March 17, 1958.
C. T. McCormiek, Jr.,
rtvsDavId M. Jenkins
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FOR SALE Model "A" Ford
Sedan. Excellent condition. Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
FOR SALE 1950 Buick Dy Dy-naflow
naflow Dy-naflow 2-tone, new tires, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition, new
battery. A bargain at $350.00.
Call Panama 3-0826.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford, 4 4-door
door 4-door hardtop, Ferdomatic, power
fleering, radio, heater, 14,000
miles. $1500. Call Kobbe 5125.
Will pay spot cash for good late
model cart. Phone all day, Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4966 or 2-2616. Autos
EiMnrnann next to Coca Cola
FOR SALE 1956 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 2 door with air conditioning
tender trap, beautiful car, on only
ly only $1895.00. Hous. 73-D Co Coco
co Coco Solito.
FOR SALE 1952 Buick Su Super,
per, Super, 2 doors, hard top, perfect
condition $750.00 alio 150 ft.
galvanised chain. Cheap. House
88 B Coco Solito. Tel. 902.
FOR SALE Chrysler 1950
Convertible, radio, white tire,
new, duty paid, insurance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst anything. Price $800.00
Humberto Carol, mechanic. Tel.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford con convertible
vertible convertible hard-top, air-condition-
:A) acce"0"es. Phone
3-6966 Panama. Pablo Herrera.
FOR SALE 1954 Ford V8
Customline, Fordomafic radio,
heater, seat covers. Excellent
condition. Call Curundu 5248
after 5 o'clock.
FOR SALE Today buy: Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man Minx 1957, twotone white white-wall
wall white-wall leather upholstery, etc.
$1488 will accept tradeins, can
be, financed. WHI pay cash for
good lata model cars. Auto Els Els-enman
enman Els-enman next to Coca Cola's plant
phone 2-4966 or 2-2616.
With F 1 LetT
i-anama N. fork
temperature of the sun
155 Central Ave.
Mail order phone 2-2316
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Are eligible to finance that NFW
or USED Car or Borrow on year
present ear through
Government Fmnloyee Finance Co.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Phone 3-4984 3-48R5
March 23, 1958
Fidanque .Travel Service
PYONGTAEK, Korea, March 20
(UP) Police Capt. Kim Kye
Chbo was fired today as chief of
riiJrit ool ce station here
district Police SlHUUn IieiC
the district police station
when the station burned. He a so
was fire marshal for the district
Large dining room set, 10
pieces. Colonial style, spe special
cial special for Coco apartments.
Make your offer.
English Furnitire Store
7th St. Bolivar Ave.
Phone 334, Colon
aocnts or otm omen at is-ji -w-
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DRAWER "A," OIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.I.
Expert Dress making. Call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 3-3256.
ROBINSON, 111. (UP) The
auto of C. L. Farnsworth was
damaged when a large pig jump jumped
ed jumped into its path. The porker
scampered away, apparently unhurt.
Albrook's Strong Track Team
Makes Flyers Choice To Win
Ninth Annual Balboa Relays
The strength that makes Albrook!
the favorite in the Ninth Annual
Balboa Relays shows itself most
clearly on the track. As the eight
track events unfold in the big
track and field meet this Friday
and Saturday night at Balboa
Stadium, the power of the Flyers
becomes more and more evident.
Of the five relay events, the air airmen
men airmen are favored in two, and
should take no less than second in
the others, with a good possibili possibility
ty possibility of doing even better. Other than
this domination by tne f lyers, tne
honors should be well distributed
among the other teams.
In spite of the fact that the Fly
ers fere figured to win in these
races, it is anticipated that the
competition will be exframely tight
in just about all the events, relays
The Flyers team of Herman Tru-
fant. Ted Anemone, Dan Mescall,
and Al Guidet should take both
the 440 and 880 relays, being push
ed in both casei by the BHS quart quarter,
er, quarter, provided Charlie French is able
Running with French in the
shorter relay will be Bob Rath Rath-geber,
geber, Rath-geber, John Morris and Raul Bar Barbara
bara Barbara while Ernesto Sharp replaces
Rathgerber In the two laps baton
On the strength of John Chap Chaplin's
lin's Chaplin's speed the Ft. Clayton team
is figured to be very dangerous in
these events. If his teammates
can give the baton to Chaplin any
where near the front runners, this
boy has tfle speed to make up the
difference particularly in the 200
where he is in a class by himself,
The A.C. has a good team enter
ed in the two sprint relays, but it
is doubtful if the boys are in con
dition enough to stay with the top
I teams. In fact, the Ft. Amador
quartet with Howard Forman on
the anchor leg should beat them
out in the 880 event.
Order of finish in the 440 relay
1. Albrook, 2. BHS, 3. Ft. Clayton,
4. A.C. Time': 45.1. In the 880 re
lay: 1. Albrook, BHS, 3. Ft. Clay
ton, 4. Fort Amador. Time: 1:35.1
Two new relays this year, re
placing the medley relay of form
er meets, are the sprint medley
with legs of 110, 110, 220, and 440:
and the distance medley where
the boys run a 660, 220, 440, and
In the sprint medley, the Quart
er mile ability of John Chaplin
looks to be the deciding factor.
He is capable of going under 50
with the flying start, and should
make up about 12 yards on any
other quarter miler with the ex exception
ception exception of the Leroy Rogers of
the A.C., and these two should
get off within three yards of
The AlbrOOk anchor man. Wheth-
er it be Trufant, Anemone, or
Mescall, should be well in front
Coolspot CZ Firefighters Cop
Rainbow City Softball Opener
By HERBERT MOISE
Displaying the same stubborn de- Umpire Vincent Watson called
fense that carried them through "play ball" at exactly 5 p.m.
an undefeated season in 1957, the and, from that moment until the
Canal Zone Firefighting Cafe Cool- game was halted at the end of
spot team eked out a thrilling 4-3 the sjxth. excitement was the or or-opening
opening or-opening day win over Deportivo der of the day,
Baby Salas team at Rainbow Ci City.
ty. City. The first hit ball was a ground
following a Drtef opening cere- at second base who muffed it.
mony, the teams took the field! Bob Moolchan who started tor
and played orte oi the most excit-jthe winners, served notice early,
ing games ever seen in the Rain- by getting the next three hitters
bow City. Softball league, before
.. t fW H-. .., i tk.
the largest first day crown in the
six-year operation of the league,
League president Joscelyn Ever
ing welcomed everyone to the acti
vities ot tnis organization and ex extended
tended extended invitation for all present
and anyone else to be present
all the games during the comma, Deportivo Salas pulled even o
season. .Father Renaido, of the St
I Vincent Roman Catholic Church
I of Rainbow City, offered the bless bless-lings
lings bless-lings and asked players and fans
i alike, "to play and eniov them-
I selves with saneness and fairness
'in mind to preserve the soul that
God lent us. Vic- -president Jeff
Joseph raised the league's banner
and awarded Chester DeSouza, a
belated MVP trophy just before
i Panama City business and sports sports-I
I sports-I man, Standford "iBlackshirt" Gra-
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FOR 'SALE Six lots, buck
front, at Palm Beach, San Car Carles,
les, Carles, sold separately or all togeth together
er together 2500 aquaro meters. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Telephone 3-0193.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 15 H.P. Evinntde,
cut board motor good condition.
Navy 3197 or 908-A Rousseau.
at the start. Hanging on against
Chaplin and Rogers will be a real
chore. The Flyers have establish
ed themselves as come through
performers of the first water, and
might hit the tape in front on this
Order of finish: 1. Ft. Clayton,
2. Albrook, 3. A.C, 4. BHS Time:
In the distance medley the A.C.
combination of Leroy Rogers, Hen
ry Jones, Henry McFariane, and
Ed O'Connell look like the class
of the field. Albrook will push
them, but on past performances
the Rams should certainly win.
Cristobal and Balboa High will
battle it out for the thrid and
fourth places. The Tigers, with
Gary Irving running the anchor
880 have the advantage for this
lad has beaten all the Bulldogs
halfmilers this year.
The finish will be: 1. A.C, 2,
Albrook, 3. CHS, 4. BHS. Time:
The final event of the two night
meet will be the traditional mile
relay. Here it will again be the
same four teams battling for tne
trophies as it was in the distance
medley. To even further parallel
the medley event it could well be
the same oraer of finish with third
and. fourth pjacs reversed. If the
Albrook runners aren't too poop
ed by this stage of the meet, they
could tike it, but Trufant, Guidet,
Clark and Anemone will have done
a heap of running prior to this
At the tape it will be: 1. A.C,
2. Albrook, 3. BHS, 4. CHS time:
With the 55 points in the relays
going for 19 to Albrook, IS for A.
C. ten for BHS. nine for Ft. CUv-
ton, three for CS, and one for
Ft. Amador the final score Will
read: 1. Albrook 46V. 2. Athletic
Club 31 3-4), 3. Balboa High 20
1-4), 4. Ft. Clayton 1(5 1-4), 5.
Cristobal High 14), 6. J.C 7 3-4)
and 7. Ft. Amerlor 7).
Provrdedt hat the weather holds
up the Ninth Annual Balboa Re Relays
lays Relays should be another fine track
and field meet in the tradition of
the eight Relays that have preded preded-ed
ed preded-ed these. Competition from the
elementary thru the open events
should be close in most events,
there should be a couple of rec rec-distances,
distances, rec-distances, and heights should be
orris picked off. and good times,
Tickets for the Renys are av
ailable at the Balboa Service Cen
ter any time tonight after 7 p.m
After tonight they will have to he
purcnasen at the stadium Box Of Office
fice Office on the niehts of the meet
Tickets sell for 50,cents for one
night, or 75 cents for both nisfhts.
Elementary school children ?et in
Ifnr r-onte anrl hitrh erhnnl ct,,rf
ents with S.A. tickets are admit
I ham tossed out
er to Chester DeSouza (Coolspot)
in easy fashion. The bottom half
nf tha Hrt innma ., th,
of the first inning Saw them ump
out front as Anderson walked to
start the inning and finally scor
ed the first run on the first hit of
the game by Eusebio Ortiz
This one run lead held Up un-
at til the top of the fourth when the
Tutu Joseph's long homer to left
center. The tie was broken m the
very bottom of the fourth as Cool
spot scored a tie breaker when
Alvin Lovefl deat out a grounder
to shorty and came home on Ralph!
uuuutug a luug single IV vciuci
With rain threatening and
playing iield last becoming dark
Salas moved fast and scoret
twice in the fifth to move out
a one-run lead. And again the,
Firefighters, who won 12 games
Camera sale: Speed traphic 600
dollars of equipment fer 100
doll.rs. Call-Balboa 4274.
FOR SALE Engineers transit
and level also set men's golf
clubs. Phone lalboa 1660 after
FOR SALE Small factory pre predating
dating predating construction material.
Product has good market. Of
(fecial interest to Atlantic Side.
Priced te sell quickly. Fer infor information
mation information write "FABRICA"
THE PANAMA AMERICAN.
FOR SALE Kytene I lens
turret 8 mm. relH Hm camera.
Model Capri K-27. Complete
with 9 mm. 1:1.9, wid angle
lent, 1 mm. f:l.9, normal
lens, 25 mm. f:1.9 telephoto
lens, universal view finder, built built-in
in built-in filter, and exposure guide.
Camera has been used fer only 2
month. Pric new $99.50, new
$75.00. Call T.I. 3-1908 Pan Pan-m.
m. Pan-m. FOR SALE New Garrard"
fetir speed single record playing
4unit as lew, as $27.95. Address
Panama Sal and Service
THE CURUNDU RESTAURANT
offer Invitation to bid on con contract
tract contract to operate a RADIO b T.V.
REPAIR SHOP in Curundu. C.Z.
Prospective bidder are invited
to visit the operation. Bid
should be submitted in duplicate,
in sealed envelopes properly
identified on the outside, and
enclosed in another envelop ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Installation Offi Officer.
cer. Officer. Bid will be opened 1400
hour on 15 April 1951 in the
Port Restaurant Building. For
further information call Curun Curundu
du Curundu $205 or 4288
FOR SALE Electric fan 1957
model, 24" 2 forward and 2 re revert
vert revert speed, cool apartment
$40.00. SO N Coco Solito. Tel.
FOR SALE Amateur Radio
Equipment: Three beams, 10,,
15 and 20 meter; Rotator with
power supply, Phone patch,
Panadaplcr, Gensct Super-six
Converter. Leu than on half
original cost. Overall, K25HO.
House 6251, Los Riot.
FOR SALE I glass display
case 6 feet long with glass
shelves and door. Excellent
condition. Tel. Pan. 3-4982.
FOR SALE Round triptick triptick-et
et triptick-et Lima, Peru APA airline $100. $100.-00.
00. $100.-00. Also 3 speed record player,
stood condition $25.00 Tel. Pn-3-6779,
12-2 p.m., 6-7 p.m.
- FOR SALE Two afi 58 and
71 inches high, double door.
Excellent boy. Call 2-4930.
without a loss in 1957, came back
to match Salas' two-ruh outburst
hi the bottom of the fifth to move
back into the lead by a one-run
margin. Ed McCoiuns provided
the margin of victory with his
single to center.
Tomorrow's same (Friday) will
havfl Frmanos Yohros against
R H E
Coolspot 4 6 2
Baby Salas 3 4 1
Batteries: Moolchan, Woods sind
?rown; Joseph, Carlos and Joseph,
FOOD SALES INCREASE
NEW YORK, March 20 UP)(
Food retailers' sa,les so far -tnis
y?ar have been running 6 to 10
per cent ahead of 1957, according
to Paul S. Willispresident of the
Grocery Manufacturers of Amer America
ica America Inc,
$ SAVE MONEY $
On Saturday, March 22
UGRECHA" will hove a Tremendous SALE
FO SALE Cr, high chair,
play pen. All in good condition.
FOR SALE i 1 7 inch T.V, Me Me-terola.
terola. Me-terola. $150.00. Call Fort Clay Clay-ten
ten Clay-ten 518$.
FOR SALE Small Plane good
price. Ave. 11A Ne. 13 107
FOR SALE 5 burner kero kerosene
sene kerosene stove (Botfl, youth bed
with innerspring mattress, baby
NEW YORK, March 20 (UP)-
Production of AUis Chalmers
Manufacturing Co. so far this
year has been running about 10 to
12 per cent under 1957, mainly re re-flecting
flecting re-flecting lagging construction ma machinery
chinery machinery business, according to
President' R. S. Stevenson. But
he said "there is evidence to as
sume that there will be uiurr8
...... wsie n.u k upuuii?
later in the year which wdl faver4
ahlv &Hai tit. tr.nfl 'I
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Womack Continues To Lead
In Pacific Cricket League
An interesting battle between
batsmen and bowlers marked the
third league match on the Pacific
side with Paraiso CC. and Wom Womack.
ack. Womack. American Whiskey CC. St
Paraiso last Sunday.
So keen was the competition
that at the end of play p.m.),
Paraiso's score was 81, runs all
out, and the Womack American
Whiskey 79 for eight wickets, to
end the match in a draw.
Winning the toss and batting on
a well prepared wicket, captain
Breton of the Paraiso CC opened
with A., Blades and C Cox to the
bowling of M. Smith ana u. Brown
Both batsmen played cautiously as
the two first overs yielded only
four runs. However, these were
batsmen that strive in chains and
many cheeky singles were run as
the score reached double figures.
Suddenly Blades lifted one of
Brown's deliveries to extra cover
wnere ierr put it aown on me
This Hid not. nrnvn expensive.
for three overs later 'Kerr who had
relieved Smith got Blades neatly
caught by Kelly at second slip
for' eisht runs.
The scoreooara reaa 3 runs ior
one wicket after Cox was drop
ped at 16. Cox was joined by Dun Duncan
can Duncan who defended stubbornly be before
fore before he was bowled by G. Brown
for nine runs.
A Bajgy) Williams filled the
breech But he went out after scor scoring
ing scoring three runs.
E. Holder joined Cox who seem seemed
ed seemed bent on having the umpires sig signaling
naling signaling boundaries but Smith who
bowled from the southern end al
ter a change with G. Brown put
an end to his aggressive action
bv bowline him for 31 runs.
u. Brown partnered Holder, who
lifted one to C Murrell at cover
point off Smith's bowling, the
fieldsman eladlv accepted the
catch to make Holder's score read
rero. F. Alleyne joined Brown who
had a short stay at the wicxet pe peine
ine peine bowled bv Smith for O. G
Jackman joined L. Brown who was
not comfortable in playing the
penetrative bowling of G. Brown
and M. Smith and in a manner
unlike him was bowled in having
a go at one of Smith's deliveries.
Jackman who was joined by Shan
nlayed defensively until G. Brown
knocked his stumps after scoring 7.
Shan and Edwards became as associated,
sociated, associated, the former playing with
a straight bat until he hits across
one, of G. Brown's deliveries which
came in from lee and was howled
for 9 runs. Scantlebery last man
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in played a couple balls only ttt
see Edwards fell a victim, L.B.W.
to smith's bowling for three rum.
Bowling for W.A.W. Smith cap
tured five wickets for 25 runs, G.
Brown three for 33, Kerr one for
four and Kelly zero for 13.
v Williams and Kerr opened
the batting for W.A.W. to the bow bowling
ling bowling of C. Cox and A. Shan. The
pair played the bowling carefully
for several overs with Williams
doing a good job as a defensive
batsman. After 12 runs were made
he lost his wicket to a beautiful
catch at mid off bv A. Blades. Thai
fieldsman leaping high in the air
to taKe a one handed catch. V.
Savage joined Kerr but was sent
back f or siro with a beauty- from
Cox, the ball breaking back sev
eral inches from the off hitting
his off stump.
Jordon joined Kerr, the two bats
men took the score from 12 to
65 when Kerr's off stump was up uprooted
rooted uprooted by a Shan's leg swinger. C
Murrell partnered Jordon but
L.B.W; to Shan for one. Smith Join
ed Jordon and he too wa L.B.W.
to Cox for O. C. Temple became
associated with jordon only to see
this master of back play L.B.W.
tO! Cox for 32. The time was now
J: 20 when Jacobs joined Temple,
ut Jacobs' stay was short. He
waa, bowled by Shan for O. G.
Brown rained Temple and these
two batsmen took the score to 75
before Brown was bowled by Shan
It was an exciting moment when
Kelly joined Terhple, both bats batsmen
men batsmen trying to lilt the three runs
needed for victory and the bow
lers Dowung like demons to prev prevent
ent prevent them. However the end was
in sight as the match ended in a
Bowling for Paraiso, A. Shan
took four wickets for 27 runs. C.
Cox four for 27, A. Williams zero
for 15 and A. Blades zero for five.
mUpires were A. Barber and J.
An interesting feature of the
league games is the donation of
prizes by the league to the bowler
who takes the most wickets ,in
a one-day match and the batsman
who makes the highest score.
On March 2 the nrizes were Won
bv J. AUevne and 1. lamott, on
March 9. H. Kerr and E. Jordon,
nd on March 16 M. Smith and
The coming game on Sunday,
at Paraiso will match the power powerful
ful powerful Clovellv C. C. wih the now
impregnable Paraiso C C. Game
starts at 12:30 p.m.
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New Post-War Unemployment Record
Likely This Month, Experts Say
WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP) Labor Department economists predicted today that unemployment will show
another increase this month, setting a new postwar rec ord.
They declined to forecast how much the March figu re mty exceed the February high of 5,173,000 jobless
Americans. But they expected the increase to be slight.
The government's figures on March unemployment will be announced early next month;
The economists said they expected an increase bee ause of new layoffs in the auto industry and slow-ups in
construction and other outdoor work caused by bad weather in many areas.
Stanley H. Buttenberg, AFL-CIO
fhief economist, predicted the in increase
crease increase will range from 200,000 to
He noted claims Jef unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment compensation so far this
month have been rising.
' Unemployment usually declines
by about 200,000 in March.
Other developments in the re recession
cession recession picture:
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon said In Chicago last night
the Eisenhower administration
has evidence the business slump
jj "Itvtlling off" in some sec sectors
tors sectors of the oeonomy. Ho did not
Cnnflicine statements from
governors and Federal officials
left confused a crucial point a a-bout
bout a-bout President Eisenhower's plan
to pay extra unemployment com compensation
pensation compensation to jobless workers who
exuausi wen uiiuvu...
Bob Hope Brands
Kub On Inside1
MOSCOW (UP) Comedian Bob
Hope told Soviet Minister of Cul Culture
ture Culture Nikolai Mlkhailov today that
"Russian, vodka is an alcohol rub
on the msioe.
I"e diplomr f ally declined to
prolong his siay in the Soviet
Union because he said he i had
bean eating too much since his
"Food together with vodka is
a powerful combination," he told
the minister. Hope is in Bussia
to film television material and
plti" his latest movie "Paris Holi-
allkhailov was trying to urge
Hope to stay on in Bussia for the
Georgian music and drama festi festi-va4
va4 festi-va4 due to onen in a few days.
The foreign minister laughed at
Hope's cracks about overeating.
He told him he should go to Ka
zakhstan where "we'd serve you
a three-hour lunch" if he really
wanted to savor Soviet cuisine.
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (UP) (UP)-Thousands
Thousands (UP)-Thousands of Marines and sailors
stormed the beaches near here
today in a practice defense of
U.S. oil facilities and other possi possible
ble possible enemy objectives.
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydro&rapric Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
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Low 7 80
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21
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I "STORY OF NI'sMWI;
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I fj JAN STERLING
Gov. Goodwin J. Knight of Cali California
fornia California and other governors who
conferred with Eisenhower yester yesterday
day yesterday said the President offered the
states outright Federal grants to
finance up to 13 weeks of extra
But an Administration spokes spokesman
man spokesman sard the states would have
to repay the Federal funds later.
The Administration' plan was ex expected
pected expected to go to Congress in two
or three days.
Secretary To Visit
Hugh M. Milton n, assistant
secretary of the Army (Man (Manpower
power (Manpower and Reserve Forces, will
visit the U.8. Army Caribbean
between March '29 and April 6,
It was announced this week.
Milton :s expected te arrive
;n Panama at 7:5' a.m. on
Mtuch 29 for the purpose of
studying military and civilian
personnel matters in the com command.
mand. command. He will leave fo: Puerto Biro
at 8:30 ur.. on April 2. While
in the 'iii'and commonwealth,
he will visit the ROTO unit at
J.i- University of Puerto Rico
and the National Guard unci
Reserve units, in addition, to
the VJB. Army Forces Antilles
setivities. His partv is expected
to leave Puerto Rico for the
States on April 6.
With Milton will be his wife,
Josephine; his son, John B., 16;
and James win, 10, son of
State Department official.
Also in the party will be Lt
Col. Lester C. Bieler, Lt. Col.
Arnold J. Hoebeke, and Capt.
ftoyai b. Brown, all of the of office
fice office of the assistant Secretary
of the Army and Lt. Col. Shel
don H. Wheeler, office of the
deputy Chief of Staff for per
The group will be 'quartered
in Casa Carlbe at Fort Amador
during their stay in Panama.
Want To Stay Single!
Then Slay Broke,
Says Census Bureau
WASHINGTON (UP) Stay
broke and ignorant if you want
to stay single.
That, in ef.'ect, was the not-so-romantic
conclusion of the Census
Bureau today in a survey of the
relationship of income and educa education
tion education to marriage. 1
"The man with better than
average earning power is less
likely to remain single than the
man of lower income, and, once
married, is'more likely to remain
so or to remarry after a broken
marriage.V the bureau said in
commenting on data col'ected in
a special survey last year.
Actually this was the govern
ment's way of saying what most
people have known for a long
time if a man has a good
bankroll he s a prime target for
The survey showed that among
men 35 to 64 years old, not pount-
mg farmers, 96.5 per cent, of
tnose maKing S6.000 or more
year are married. In the same
age group o" men making less
than $2,000 only 71 per cent are
The bureau noted in the same
ag range that 93 per cent of
sa esmen are married but only
oi.t per cent of laborers.
For hen pecked husband who
say privately they were "stuoid"
to get married in the first place,
the bureau had this news:
Men with high school or college
training marry at a much higher
rate than men who did not at attend
tend attend high school. The highest per percentage
centage percentage of. single men between 35
and 64 was among those who had
less tnan eigbtayears of schooling.
24 Die Screaming In New
NEW YORK, March 20 (UP)
Twenty-four men and
Ikied last night in one hour of
f screaming horror in a flame-
swept garment iactory.
Fifteen were injured. Several
were in critical condition.
The fire toll was the city's
worst In 12 years.
City and state officials met in
emergency sessions today to de determine
termine determine whether tighter laws
are needed to protect workers
from fire in the teeming Jungle
WHAT WAS NIXON DOING?
WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP)
Democrats have been fuming
ano Republicans have been ask
ing questions about what Vice
President Bichard M. Nixon was
doing last week when he talked
about tax reduction.
At the time his comments were
generally interpreted as an at
tempt by himself or in behalf of
the administration' to grab the ball
and run with it while the other
team was still calling defensive
What Nixon said was that h
preferred across the-board tax
reduction te massive spending
on new public works projects if
now pt wore needed to re revive
vive revive business.
Except perhaps in emphasis his
position was no significant depar departure
ture departure from that of the Administra
President Eisenhower himself
has snubbed the launching ofl new
public works programs as dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished from a speedup of those
under way for a number of rea reasons.
sons. reasons. He also has kept the door open
to asking Congress for a cut in
But the circumstances of Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's move were unusual. He made
his remarks at a news conference
to which a limited number of re-
Slop Armed Trainer
Flights In Urban
Areas, Solon Says
SHEBOYGAN. Wis. (UP) A
congressman today demanded the
Air Force step armed training
flights near urban areas as a re result
sult result of the accidental strafing of
two communities by a B47 jet
Ben. William K. Van Pelt (R
Wis.) told Air Force Secretary
James H. Douglas that lives were
endangered when 20-millimeter
cannon shells ripped three homes
and spattered streets Monday
night at nearby Sheboygan Falls
Last week, other congressmen
issued similar demands when an
unfused atomic bomb accidental accidentally
ly accidentally dropped from a B47 at Flor Florence.
ence. Florence. S.C.. injuring six persons.
An Air Force investigating
team rushed to the Sheboygan
area Tuesday and confirmed that
the shells came from a Lock-
bourne Air Fore Base bomber
oh a routine gunnery training
(Brie. Gen. Donald W. Saunders
of the Strategic Air Command
base at Westover, Mass., and
hri nf the investigating team.
theorized the shells left the
bomber's cannon after it had left
the Lake Michigan firing range.
However, he said further in investigation
vestigation investigation was needed to deter determine
mine determine the cause of the gun's mal malfunctioning.
functioning. malfunctioning. Ordinarily, the can cannon
non cannon fires 20 shells in a burst and
not one shell at a time.
Saunders said the plane stopped
firing six miles before it cleared
the gunnery range 25 miles south southeast
east southeast of Sheboygan.
No one was injured in the straf strafing
ing strafing which sent about five or six
shells into the two communities.
The shells, started fires in
XAnnu a fellow wouldn't hove O
bulging wollet if he removed oil
the credit cords.
of old downtown commercial
Last night's tragic blaze was
just two blocks from the gutted
shell of a building in which six
firemen and fire patrolmen died
last month, and only four blocks
from the city of the Infamous
Triangue Shirtwaist fire which
wok 145 lives in mi.
It appeared that most of the
dead were cut oft from safety
by no more than smoke and
porters were invited on relative
ly short notice.
Before and after he spoke the
th Administration line has boon
that, while tax reduction may
eventually be in order. It Is toe
early to make a decision.
Meanwhile economic barometers
are to be watched to see whether
the trend is toward a business up
turn or further slump.
Canal Seeks Bids
For Balboa Sewage
Bids for the Installation of pump
ing equipment at the Balboa Sew
age Pump Station, the last phase
in the construction of a new sew sewage
age sewage disposal system in Balboa,
ire now being solicited by the Pa
nama canal company. Bids are
to be opened April 18 at Balboa
The new pumping machinery
will be installed in the sewage
pumping station which was con
structed last year near the Bal
boa Magistrates Court.
After the pumping machinery is
installed, sewage in the Balboa
district will be pumped Into the
3,000 ieet of new pipe .lines which
run from the pump station through
La Boca to empty into the Canal
on rier rour.
The completion of the HiThn.
sewage collector and pumping sys system
tem system is one of the first steps in
the construction of a complete
new sewage disposal system for
Canal Zone communities on the
Plans have already been made
for the construction of a sewage
treatment plant in Balboa-
pumping station and sewage col
lector system for the 15th Naval
uisirict ana rort Amador areas a
Pujjpwf, station and collector and
outfall line for the Fort Clayton
uisirici; ana a collector system
and ejector for Corozal.
Also in the plans are a pumping
station and a sewage disposal plant
to serve Ancon and Curundu
Heights area and a new sewage
systems for Albrook, Curundu,
Diablo Heights, Corozal and Los
Farm Laborer, Wife
At Home In Tree
WOBCESTEB. England Mrh
20 (UP)-A 37-year-old farm la
borers wile appealed in vain to
prison officials today to send her
back to her "home" in a fire-hollowed
elm tree pending her trial
on charges of stealing a pair of
Mrs. Dorothy Parkes was re remanded
manded remanded without bail yesterday
after it was disclosed that she and
her husband had lived in the
!ive-foot wide shell of a tree for
the past six weeks. Mrs. Parkes
Steaded innocent to the charge
ut was ordered held in jaii be because,
cause, because, as a police official told the
court, she had "no fixed ad
The 30-foot high tree is in
field where Parkes and his wife
worked. Their former employer,
Tom Bomford, said they moved
into the tree when thev were
evicted from a rented house trail
er the owner needed for himself.
rne inside oi the tree was
burned out several years ago
The Parkes lined the fire-black
ened insides with sacks, and used
sacking as carpeting. The "door"
in a hole in the trunk was cov
ered with more sacks.
The magistrate ordered Mrs
Parkes held after a oolice official
said he had no objection to bail
"providing there is a suitable
surety." He added, however, that
"the prisoner is of no fixed ad address,
dress, address, and is, I believe residing
in a tree trunk."
"I want to go home," she told
Parkes said he planned to keep
house itt the tree while his wife grams will be held in the au au-was
was au-was away. 'ditorlum of the Rainbov City
York Garment Factory Fire
Four women leaped from the
fourth floor Monach Underwear
Company factory to firemen's
nets, others were led or carried
down firemen's ladders.
Only a few reached safety
down the fire stairway, which
remained intact throughout the
The fire broke out at 3:55 p.
m. yesterday in the floor below
the garment factory.
A teas oven used to drv fresh
ly printed textiles exploded as
it was lighted and spewed flame
DIVER PUT BACK
A young diver from Venezuela
who is suffering trom the ueuus,
was placed back in a decompres decompression
sion decompression cnamber at Gatun at iV.A
today and is considered to be in
The patient, Gabriel Daboin,
who was flown here yesterday
from Maracaibo after a 100-ft.
dive into Lake Maracaibo resulted
in the bends or (caisson disease).
was first placed in the decompres
sion cnamber yesterday for iz
He was taken out and transfer-.
red to Coco Solo Hospital tot
further treatment at Z: 15 this
morning, after it appeared that he
was responding well.
However at 10:30 this morning.
doctors decided to place him back
in the chamber.
The bends are marked by
severe neuralgic pains. They are
induced by too rapid a decrease
in air pressure after a stay in a
compressed atmosphere. The bub
bles of gas forming in the blood
may lodge in the heart and cause
sudden death, or in the brain or
spinal cord and cause various
Daboin, an employe of the Shell
Oil Company, was stricken last
triday. He was subjected to De
compression treatment in Vene Venezuela,
zuela, Venezuela, but failed to respond. Ar Ar-rangments
rangments Ar-rangments were made for a Shell
Oil Company plane to fly him to
Tocumen airport yesterday from
Maracaibo. he was accomoained
by Dr. Manuel Bethancourt, a
company doctor. .
Daboin was immediately olaced
in the decompression chamber at
Gatun at 2:15 o.m. yesterday
where he remained for 12 hours.
At Tocumen. the stricken diver
was met by Dr.. William Bailey of
uorgas Hospital and an ambu
lance. Dr. Bailev decided that Da
boin needed treatment in the de
compression chamber, and Mai.
B. A. Darden, Chief of the Canal
Zone Police, arranged for a Pa Panama
nama Panama National Guard motorcycle
escort for the ambulance across
Panama Canal Master diver Wil
liam Badders placed Daboin in
the decompression chamber. He
was assisted by Carl Starke who
took turns with him.
Dr. Bobert Koenmg. chief of
medicine at Coco Solo Hospital
received the patient at the Gatun
Cant. H. S. Knerr. ,SNU Chief
of the Industrial Division, stood
by for hours throughout the long
Newspaper To Put
Extra $5 In Each
BANNING, Calif., (UP) The
publishers of The Banning (Calif.)
Becord (Beaumont said today
they are putting an extra 5 in
each employee's pay envelope this
week to offset recession talk.
An admonition accompanies the
extra $5 which statesin part:
"Use this extra money to buy
something you've been wanting
but for some reason haven't
thought vou could afford right
now. Take your wife out to din
ner. Buv a rib rdast when you'd
otherwise have had hamburger.
Publisher Max Wihnyk Said that
to show things are better thanjatation dvr;r"e 'f and play
ever, the pay this week alsdthe tape back to the prisoners in
would be made in silver dollars, the morning.
Two Special Women's Programs
On Cancer For Atlantic Side
B. I. Everson, member of the
Canal Zone Cancer Committee
and Transportation and Termi Terminals
nals Terminals Director for the Panama
Csmal company, announced to today
day today that two more special
women's programs will be
shown on the Atlantic side.
He said Jefferson Joseph,
president of the Rainbow City
Civic Council, had requested
that the women's programs be
repeated In Rainbow City so
that all women who missed the
original showings could have a
chance to learn about cancer.
Kverson st.at.prf t.hnt. the nro-
into the room.
Three persons at work there
made brief but unsuccessful ef efforts
forts efforts to halt the flames and
then fled down the fire stairs.
Fire leaped to the ceiling ben beneath
eath beneath the underwear factory.
The ilrst alarm came in
shrieks of terror, heard cleariy
in the fire house less than a
Fire Commissioner Edward P.
Cavanagh Jr. said both floors
were blazing when the first
lconipany reached the scene;:
If Russians Offer
Ike Would Approve Summit
WASHINGTON, March 20 IV t) .-President Eisenhower would attend an East-West "nas "nas-mlt"
mlt" "nas-mlt" conference in Geneva, Switzerland, next (all if the Russians offer hope for a limited
STi? andtagree ,t .east to talk about GernTany, hifh administration offl-
To find out soviet indentions, narticnlaty na armament, the Allied powers will begin
a new round of intense diplomatic activity aeon.
. Un"LSt,ltW ny the point where it is willing to forego discus-
nABSS.nm' thC queJtfonsf tne Nations veto and Russia's
High Administration officials re re-viewing
viewing re-viewing "Summit" prospects be be-lievechances
lievechances be-lievechances ars increasing for
a tirst-step disarmament agree
This might include an inspection-backed
ban on nuclear test testing
ing testing for two or three years, an
East-West zone to guard against
surprise attack and studies en
ending production of fissionable
materials for weapons purposes.
The United States is not willing
to drop Germany as an item for
a chief-of-state discussion.
Although this government will
insist on talking about Germany
there is no hope here a Summit
parley would reach an actual a a-greemena
greemena a-greemena to reunify Germany.
Congressional changes in the a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic Energy Act and successful
U.S. nuclear tests in the Pacific
beginning next month may clear
the way for the United States to
change its policy on banning ni'c ni'c-lear
lear ni'c-lear tests and move close to the
Soviet point of view.
(Continued from "'tis I
The chaplain also presented a
hand-lettered scroll to the skipper,
Capt. Georg Lundholm, and his
crew thanking them for their "her "heroic,
oic, "heroic, resourceful performance of
It was signed by representatives
o' three n-.'ionr, th? D- ''r i ;i
Canada, Switzerland and the Unit
Soon after the ship arrived at
Cristobal, two Panama Canal
chemists and of icials from the
Fire Department went on board
to test the n"-vt, of ,exolosive
gasses outside the engine room.
As two injured seamen were be being
ing being brought off the ship yesterday,
a German doctor, Hans Goetze,
rushed down the gangway and at attempted
tempted attempted to shove a Panama Am American
erican American photographer out of the
"Go away from here, you can't
take pictures," he yelled. He
shoved the photographer out of
the way twice unlil linally
Canal Zona policemen who heard
the angry shouts rushed o"r to
Arrangements were made yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the passengers to ride
across the Isthmus by train, do
some sight-seeing and shopping
and then dine at Hotel EJ P.-nama
Hilton be ore leaving for Miami.
The Arosa Sun Wcs en route to
Cristobal when the explosion oc occurred.
curred. occurred. She was to have made stops at
Jamaica and Haiti after leaving!
j TOKYO, March 20 (UP Po
I lice in Tokyo's Asakusa entertain
ment district are using tape re-
corders as a weapon to combat
drunkenness. Th?? record the
rantings of those hauled to the
High School. The uterine can cancer
cer cancer program will be at 7:00
pm., tomorrow and the breas breas-cancer
cancer breas-cancer program at 7:00 pm.,
He urged all Atlantic side
women who have not already
been the programs to attend.
"Many people die needlessly
each year," Everson pointed
out. "The cancer programs are
intended to encourage Zpnians
to protect their health. Zonians
will be serving their own best
Interests by learning more n n-bout
bout n-bout cancer and by getting an
annual physical examination."
He said that the qanal Zone
Cancer Committee Is conduct conducting
ing conducting e broad program to make
it easy for Zonians to obtain a
ohysical examination and to
encourage them to do so reg regularly
ularly regularly on their birthdays each
Everson added that all fed federal
eral federal government cmoloycs and
all members of tho Armed
Forces In the Canal Zone have
received contributor s envelopes
through their organizations to
allow them to participate in
this humanitarian campaign by
making a voluntary contribu contribution.
tion. contribution. Hr- emohasized that "gener "generous
ous "generous cdntributions will jnean
more money for research, and
only through research can can cancer
cer cancer be eltnttrmted."
In Switzerland This
j r01 tJttooeJ
m SMesMsleMsssMi ?-' jwwfiwvli
"Before you start the story,
Last Yankee Debs
LONDON (UP)-There is noth nothing
ing nothing reluctant about the 12 Ameri-
t i oeau:intcs who will be pre presented
sented presented to Queen Elizabeth Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. They are the last in the lineup
of Yankee bluebloods to be so
honored, because Of the Queen's
recent -ban on all deb presenta presentations
tions presentations after 1958.
And they are extremely anxious
to get a look inside Buckingham
Palace before its bronze gates
swing shut forever on the old tra tradition
dition tradition (Of palace deb presentations.
"I leel like I'm one of a pas passing
sing passing era," said Virginia Lee
Merchant, o' Mathews1, Va., one
of the lucky dozen to be presented
to the, queen. In fact, she is.
When Queen' Elizabeth sounded
the death kne 1 for debutantes, at
court last fall, the press hailed
the move as a victory in he cam
paign to simplify sumy court lite.
But actually the pomp and cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance the two foot long
New York Student
Up For Assault
n New Outbreak
NEW YORK (UP-KA 14-year
old high school .student who frtic
tured a classmates s skull with a
hammer faced a hearing today on
assault charges in the latest out outbreak
break outbreak of violence in New York's
harried public schools.
In a second incident Tuesday a
15-year-oM Negro pupil assigned
to an emergency school for trou troublemakers
blemakers troublemakers was charged with as assault
sault assault after alleged'y hitting or
shoving a teacher. Pending a
court decision on the charge, he
was ordered to return to school
today) and "behave."
A brooklyn grand jury investi investigating
gating investigating school violence meets to today
day today and may decide whether to
subpena Mayor Robert F. Wagner
to testify. Wagner rejected an
"invitation" to appear.
Police arrested Joseph Robert
Adams on charges of- felonious
assault in the hammer attack.
They said he sneaked up behind
Edward George Linde, 17, who
was bending over a bench in the
Stuyvesant High S c h o o 1 wood woodworking
working woodworking shop, and hit Linde with
a claw hammer knocking him to
The boys had argued earlier in
the day, police said.
' The student accused of attack attacking
ing attacking a teacher is Charles McDou McDou-gle,
gle, McDou-gle, who school officials said had
been constantly in trouble since
being enrolled in Public .School
701. The School was one of two
special schoo's that opened Feb.
24 to handle some of the more
than 1,000 students suspended
from regular schools this year for
violence or other misbehavior.
The incident occurred in a
courtyard outside the building
where pupils, all boys are
searched daily for weapons and
cigarettes. Police said McDougle
rebel'ed when teacher Edward
carpenter, a, oraejrea mm into
The youth swung and Carpenter
ducked, taking the blow on his
shoulder, police said. McDougle
(led but was found on the street
and was arrested,
story on page 8
would you read me the
to Meet Elizabeth
trains and feathered nlumn. re
quired dress for evening presen
tationwent out before the war.
So did the champagne that once
got a grri so drunk she fell flat
ah her face upon making her curt
sy to- tne King.
What remained was the lest
mai anernoon presentation.
It could not. as in olden data.
make or break a girl socially.
But the highly prized command;
invitation from the lord chamber chamber-lain
lain chamber-lain remained the be-all and end end-all
all end-all to rtiany ambitious society
mamas, some of whom werre said
to have put cash on the line to
edge their daughters into court.
Byyn Mawr student Jacqueline
Anne Mars, daughter of industrial industrialist
ist industrialist Forrest' E. Mars and Mr.
Mars, of The Plains, Va., has
flown across the Atlantic for the
presentation. But such travel is
nothing new to Jacqueline, who
used to live in England and who
once made a special flying trip
from the States to take part in
an English hunt.
rOOy 75c. and 40c.
1:10, 2:40, 4:45, 6:50, 9:00 p.m.
The shattering glory of a
commander trapped with
the enemy in front of him
...and betrayal at his back!