The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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What appears to have' been a "cranky scare" about
a bomb aboard the Ancon today delayed passengers on
the Panama Unejhip for one hour before the ship dock docked
ed docked in New York.
The FBI and the Coast Guard conducted a search of
the ship at Cravesend Bay off Brooklyn for one hour fol following
lowing following an anonymoas call that there w&s a bomb aboard.
While the ship was being searched, New York Police took
into custody Matthew O'Hara, a free lance photographer,
to Whose apartment the calls were said to have been
Eleven Canal Zone- passengers including Cristobal
Fire Chfef William Cassell are aboard the New York-bound
ship, and two, Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Alfaro are from Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The Ancon carries a total of 109 passengers.
Zone people aboard &re Warren Pittman, retired Ca Canal
nal Canal employe, Miss Eleanor Colbert, a nurse, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. McBride and three children (McBride is a
fireman at Balboa), Cap,, and Mrs. William Cassell, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Fire Chief, and Mr. ictf Mrs. B. W. Treadwell (he
Is a policeman at' Cristobal.)
The ship was to have docked in New York at 11 a.m.

2 GIs In Gamboa For Murder
Get Remaining Time Commuted

Credit Union Ruckus Grows

PC Consulting Engineers Not Concerned

With Military or International Affairs

The panel of consulting engineers now making a long-range study oriUhe Canal Zone for
the US Congress are not considering or evaluating either the military aspects of the Canal nor
international relationships regarding it.
This was stated yesterday by thi chairman of the consultant's group, Dr. S. C. Hollister
of Ithaca, N.Y. He is Dean of Engineering at Cornell University.
Hollister made it clear that the committee is sticking to, its knitting as laid down in its
directive from the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.
That directive provides only for a long-range engineering study of the Panama
Canal and of the inter-oceattic canal problem in general.

i o

Two former Ft. Davis soldiers
who have served almost eight
years of a 25-year penitentiary
term imposed for the murder of
a Cristobal YMCA watchman,
will walk out of Gamboa free
men next week.
tinv to V. Potter commuter

the nortion of their unserved
sentences at a meeting of the
Canal Zone Pardon Board it
was learned today. Effective
date is. next Friday.

SmitI, 25. and Gfcrald C-Thej
mas. 2. who were wMfrTOt
in the Cristobal District Court
-n Nov. 28, 1950 of theecond
d-eree murcVr of Sewell Cod Cod-r'nrton,
r'nrton, Cod-r'nrton, Jaw'can watch watchman
man watchman at the YMCA.
They v :re both' stationed with
p-tferV B of the 903 AAA at Ft.
Davis at the time of their con conviction.
viction. conviction. Two other Gamboa Prisoners
who had almost completed I their
sentences have also had the re remainder
mainder remainder of their terms com commuted
muted commuted by Potter.
The effective date of the
"commutation of their unserv unserved
ed unserved sentences" for Granville R R-Btcher
Btcher R-Btcher and Albert Hackett

Hackett, 46, was convicted an

Anril 5. 1937 qn a charge oi in involuntary
voluntary involuntary manslaughter after
his wife died as a result of in injuries
juries injuries received in an automobile

accident. Hackftt was driving
the car at the time, and he was

sentenced to serve one year in
the penitentiary.
Butcher, 25,. "was convicted on
three charges of mall thefts from
the -Cristobal Post Office on

Jan. 17, 1958. He was sentenced
to serve a towl of three years
in the penitentiary.

US Hones To launch

Earth SatelWP
Thai Will Expand

wASWTNfiTON fUPl-The Unit

cd States is seriously interested
in trying to launch an earth sat satellite
ellite satellite that couM expand to 100
feet in diameter.

This was disclosed by Dr. Hugh

L. Dryden, director of the Nation

al Advisory Committee lor Aero Aeronautics,
nautics, Aeronautics, in testimony given at a
closed session of a House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Subcommittee.
Dryden also said that large
numbers of satellites circling in
space may complicate the prob problem
lem problem of detecting and shooting
down enemy ballistic missiles.
'"By the time we get a couple
dozen satellites in the air, the job
of keeping track of them and dis distinguishing
tinguishing distinguishing them from ballistic
missiles coming at us will be

come a very serious problem."
he said.
Dryden said5 U.S. scientists are'
eivine "serious interest" to nut-

tmr, up an inflatable, satellite

that would expand to 100 feet in
diameter. It might be possible to
achieve success in two years.
The committee is known to be

interested in infltable satellites of

i various

Hollister said that projected traf

fic and the tolls to accrue tnere tnere-lrom
lrom tnere-lrom are an integral part of any
engineering study of a large facili

ty. Cost and use, ne lnaicaiea are
always factors.
For the time being, Hollister
said, the consultants are studying

only the Canal here, though they

Ol course have available an previ previous
ous previous studies oi the Canal problem,
including alternate routes:
(Gov. W. E. Potter, who at attended
tended attended the press conlerence given

by the consultants at Tivoli Guest
housed recal ed that thi first en engineering
gineering engineering study was on order of

the Spanish crown in tne early
ltfth Century.)
On this trip, the consultants are
not planning to visit or fly over
any alternate routes.

Hollister stressed that the con

sultant's work is just beginning.

He also underlined the House
Committee has ttt no time lim limit
it limit for the studies; and ho would
give no hint as to when he
thought they might bo finished.

With other consultants chiming

in, Hollister gave strong praise to

the sound engineering judgment

of the Canal's designers and build

They consider that a nhenomen

al job of long-term planning was

aone particularly what you re

call the engineers who cM ltMd

no mnt of what was to come.
(The atomic age.)

Consultant E. Sydney Randolph,

who retired from Canal service
only 12 years ago, was asked to

comment on changes here.
itmi i- j.

mann you ior asKing, me,

Randolph grinned. "I've been lost
three times already.
"The improvement in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone is hard to comprehend.
All this fresh color. The old black
and gray paint is gone. Why I
even saw a brightly painted

Canal tug."
Randolph designed Madden Dam,
did the preliminary work on the
Third Locks Project.
Consultant Hartley Rowe's familiarity-
wflh waterway problems

goes back even further than Randolph's.

He was one of the smart young

engineers brought down by the
Isthmian Canal Commission in

1904. After 15 years he went into

private industry, from which he

recently retired.

A longtime Zonian who his no
connection with the study said
last night this consultants group
is the most qualified and bes

Paraguay Gives
Lf. Gen. Montague
Posthumous Award

Woman Stricken,
Crewman Dies
On Cruise Ship

J f h a

i a- flood rrpwman aDoaru m :

n. uv n-urtI1f ivariuus situs, uiaue o aiuiiiiu-
I Norwegian cruise ship &k.ed plastic. The satellite would

be compressed into a small pack package
age package when launched.
Dryden said a 100-foot satellite,
nut into an orbit two to three
times as high as Exp'orer I,
would enable communications ex experts
perts experts to "do some good tricks."
It would be high enough to re reflect
flect reflect radio signals which cannot

De oent arouna tne curvature ox

iA nH an eMeTlV passeuKci

who was stricken with a heart at at-'
' at-' tack were taken off the ship when
it arriVed at Balboa yesterday af-
tC The woman is Florence E. Quin Quin-lan,
lan, Quin-lan, 74, who is suffering from a
heart condition, and is consider considered
ed considered to be on the seriously ill list
today at Gorgas Hospital.

Thp smo IS- on a wvuu ,v--i

, and was en route from Sidney, Au-,the earth, he explained.
I u w 1 TVTrml dill.. I

ne, wnen. ine mV UPtRllSe Ufint

Suhd. 46, died of a heart attacK.
A Canal Zone police report said
today that the body was transfer transferred
red transferred to the morgue and is await awaiting
ing awaiting instructions from the wile ot
the deceased crewman.
'Venezuelan Diver
Flown Here Shows
; Some Improvement

stricken Venezuelan

i diver now in the decompression
j chamber at Gatun, seems to, be

I showing "Oeiinue inniruvemeui.
I it was reported today.
, The sick diver, Gabriel Dabom,,
i wi 1 remain in the chamber for
i decompression treatment until 3
i a.m. tomorrow. He was placed
i there at 12:30 p.m. yesterdaly, and
lit was expected that he would
iremain there for a total of 38
i hours.
Daboin appears to: be respond respond-i
i respond-i ing to the treatment, it was reveal reveal-;
; reveal-; cd, and is conscious,
t A Shell Oil plane flew the
i atrickeri diver to Tocumen Airport
i at rcon Wednesday. He was plac plac-i
i plac-i ed in tie decompression chamber
i at 2:15 p.m. The chamber is at

the Gatua. salvage depot of the

! Industrial Division.

A posthumous award of the Pa

raguayan Order of Military Merit
to the late Commander in Chief

of the Caribbean Command, Li

Gen. Robert M. Momtlbe, was

announced today by the headquar
ters at Quarry Heights.

" The medal, in the grade of

Grand Officer, is the highest mA

itarv decoration of Paraguay, and

.in the words of Gen. Marcial ba

maniego. Minister of National

Defense, "it is awarded as a re

membrance of my country to the
prestigious personality of General
Montatrue. who did so much to

brine our two nations Closer to

gether m friendship and coopera


In the letter to Mrs- Montague,
which accompanied the award, Sa;
maniego said the news ot the gen general's
eral's general's death produced general con consternation
sternation consternation in the official circles
of his countrry and in particular
within the Armed Forces where

the general enjoyed singular pres prestige.
tige. prestige. He also expressed his person personal
al personal sentiments of deepest sorrow
for such an irreparable loss.

Tiurme his tour of duty as

commander in chief Caribbean,

two other South American coun-

triM. Peru and Chile, similarly

presented their highest military a a-wards
wards a-wards to Gen. Montague for 8 his
work in strengthening hemispheric
defense through mutual friendship
and cooperation. -Peru named him

urtth the Great Star ot jnuuuuy

To Buv Trucks
From Japanese


fense Department said today it

has contracted to buy 21 million

dollars worth of -Japanese trucks
of a kind no longer made by U.S.


Sen. Charles E. Potter (R-Mich)

cal'ed the action "shocking" and

"tragic" in view o? rising unem unemployment
ployment unemployment in the American auto

The Defense Department said it

is buying the trucks over a five-

year period which started nearly

two years ago. lhe trucks are

Japanese versions of one-quarter-

ton, three-quarter-ton, and 2vi-ton
U.S. World War II trucks., the de department
partment department said.

These trucks, it said, are no
longer producd in this country.

The department said American

companies would require 'almost
comDlete re tooling" to make

them now.
The trucks are being procured

from Mitsubishi,. Nissan, Isuzu

Tovoda. firms located in the

okyo ana xoxonama area.

Polio Vaccination
Stations To Operate
In CZ Next Month

Vaccination stations will be set
up in the Canal Zone the first

week in April for the convenience
of all employes who wish to
obtain poliomyelitis vaccinations,
it has been announced by the
Health Bureau.

The first station will be
established Tuesday April 1 in the
rotunda of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights and
injections will be given free of
charge from 8 a. nr. until 4 p.m.
The second station will be set
ip Thursday, April 3, in the main
entrance of Building 28 in the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Area in (Balboa: A third
station will be established in the
Industrial Area in Cristobal the

last week in April.

The vaccinations will be admin

istered by Dr. Eric Osterberg,

chief of the Division of Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine assisted
by MiSs Erma Forbes, Pacific
District school nurse, and Miss

Gloria Ward. A member of Red
Cross Grey Ladies will assist with

the clerical work-

AUhnuah tha temivirarv stations

...:n u .Kii.i, in1 lwnsrnw niPWlf a Russian

provide the third injection of the .audience had heard bod nope s

initiated last Juiy, mose snow ai me nmc.a.. -------

last evening u p " t y
wouldn't have laughed very much

understood angusn.

of humor are

balanced he has ever seen sent
down to stud the Canal. And
he's seen many.
Consultant Francis S. Friel of
Philadelphia is a vice-president of
the American Society of, Civil En

Consultant John E. Slater of
New York is specialist in trans transportation
portation transportation and marine engineering.

loaay tne consultants are con continuing
tinuing continuing their studies. They will

leave over the weekend. They are
stopping at Hotel El Panama Hil Hil-ton.
ton. Hil-ton. ' k.

Committee counsel R e r n a r H

Zimke accompaws the group.

Wing To Be Built
For Exceptional

Children At Balboa
Ona of the firsj steps in the
comprehensive 'program which
eventually will provide special
training for more than 200 Canal
Zone exceptional children, will be
the construction this year of a
special classroom wing in the Bale
boa elementary school.

(Bias ior the work to convert

lour existing classrooms on the
ground floor into a special study
section art-now L)ting aiiemsetf

oy me uanw zone government

may are to be opened April 7 at
Balboa Heights, and the project
scheduled to be completed by
Aug. 31, in time for opening of

the next school term.
Plans provide for rooms fort he
physio and occupational therhapy,
and individual rooms for the phy physically
sically physically handicapped students, and

those with hearing or eye defects

iiach room will have special
equipment such as work counter

cabinets, chalk boards, tack

boards, rubber tile floors and

ugnting and sound proofing.

the rooms are located on the
south side of the elementary
school and face the school Dlav-

The entrance to the wing will be
the tise of the physically handicapped.


the MINISTRY of Social

Welfare was accused by Na

tional Guard Commander Col.
Rnlivar Vallarino yesterday of

abetting prostitution by issuing
identification cards to teenage
The charge was mad! during
a meeting with police judges
and Mayor Jose1 Cajar Escala


Local 907 Leader

To Protest Note;
Why Long Wait?'

A siren sounded at 9

clock last night announcing
the time after which all un unaccompanied
accompanied unaccompanied minors should
be off the streets.

A further development in the

campaign against cnte ana ,( ymons

cejinquency, wnicn was sei u
by the fatal stalling of a
young policemen by a teenager,
will be a meeting of the Mayor
with theater owners Monday.
The owners will be asked to
cooperate by not allowing mi minors
nors minors to enter theatar.? after 7

pjn. There is a standing or ordinance
dinance ordinance barring the presence
of minors, accompanied or un

accompanied, in theaters after

0 p.m.

Plans to protest the allegation that Canal Zone cred credit
it credit unions are commercial organizations were being, made
today by Jose de la Rosa Castillo, president of Local 907,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO. Castillo said he is "vigorously oppos opposed"
ed" opposed" to the idea of suspending operation of the Zone cred-


Hope In Moscow
Affords Laughs
For Non-Russians


. V A 1 J

persons wno nave not aireauy
started the serie may do so at

this time. Health Bureau officials


even it li

National senses

ttI ConnnH inipctinns mav he

obtained by those individuals who bound to differ, wrUculsrly
received the first not less than four .the

six weeks previously


particularly when

gagging is a

capitalist tourist's impressions oi

Persons who desire to receive ,Vr ; - n(leJ

uiuuauiv um"i w i.w.x.

very funny at all

th third intection have been re

quested to present their blue im immunization
munization immunization card to uhe vaccinat vaccinating
ing vaccinating team at the time of the vac vaccination.
cination. vaccination. Special request forms
will be available for those desir desiring
ing desiring to initiative the series.

Potter To Meet

With Canal Zone

CiVic Councils

r.nv. W. Eotter will meet In

executive session with o ficers of
the United States and Latin Am American
erican American civic councils next Monday

and Tuesday.

Both, meetings will start at e.

p.m. in tne Doara room oi me su-

ministration i ne conierence wini

the Latin American Council offi

cers wi'l be held Monday and with
the United States officers on Tues-

Ont he agendas of both meetings
will hi a a rmos 'l
to erect "yield" traliic signs in
the Canal Zone. i

At one Doint HoDe told his aud-

ipnre of 300 British. Canadian and

American diplomats that tne Rus Russians
sians Russians had been forced to use jet

passenger planes beeause siana siana-ard
ard siana-ard Oil wouldn't give them a
credit card.
To non-Americans or non-Westerners
who don't know who or
what Standard Oil is and who
have never seen a credit card,
Hope's gag, which convulsed his
audience, wou'd have fallen flat.

But Muscovites would proDamy

have chuckled to hear the famous

Moscow subway, which has crys
tal chandelierR haneinS in the sta

tinn described as "art galleries

with subways running ngni

through them."

Food Prices Push
US Living Costs
To All Time High
Record high food prices pushed
living costs to a new all-time hign
in February, the Labor Depart Department
ment Department reported today. The Bureau
of Labor Statistics (BLS) said the
consumer price index rose two two-tenths
tenths two-tenths of one per cent last month

despite rising unemployment and

falling industrial production.

f8LS commissioner EWan Clague

saki he did not see much chance
for a decline in living costs in the

next few months. Consumer pric

es, he said, hinge largely on crop
conditions across the country.
The iiidex last month stood at
122.5 per cent of average prices.
It was 3.2 per cent higher than a
year ago.
The index has reached new
peaks i 16 of the last 18 months.
It was (changed in the other two.
Freezing weater in the south
and a shortage of livestock at the
market sent food prices up four four-tenths
tenths four-tenths of one per cent over Jan January's
uary's January's record level. This was 4-

1-2 per cent above a year earner.

Both Mayor Cajar Escala
and contractor Luis Palma
gave explanations yesterday
about the alleged disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of the aid Pacific Serv Service
ice Service Center baildinr which

wKR sold to Manama lor flu
sum of $1.
Cajar Escala gave his expla explanation
nation explanation at a special meeting of
the Municipal council, Palma
in a letter to a newspaper.
Both conceded in that Palma
was awarded the i demolition
contract after the mayor ran
into safety regulations which
prohibit the construction of
wooden buildings within the
city, and after the Canal zone
government had notified the
city government that there
would be a charge of $500 a
month for caretaker services if
the building was not moved
With the lumber taken
from the old Pacific Service
Center, palma built a two two-classroom
classroom two-classroom school at Pan de
Azucar, at no cost to the
govern m e n t. The school
building was inaugurated last
Sunday by President de la
Palma said he Is continuing
to demolish the service center
building, in order to live up to
his contract, but he is doing
so at a loss, because miscal miscalculated,
culated, miscalculated, the time ths job would

Castillo declared he would make every effort today

to discuss with Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd a note sent
by Panama's Foreign Office to the U.S. Embassy in Pana

ma yesterday. The note asked officially that the Canal
Zone Credit Union "cease operations."

The union official said that perhaps the only ones who

could be opposed to the operation of credit unions in the

Canal Zone are the banks and the usurers, and added:

I am sure the banks are not interested in $20 and $30


Another source felt that pressure from automobile
loan companies in Panama was responsible for the note
which charged that the operation of credit unions was a
violation of the 1936 treaty between Panama and the
United States.
sTOck-and strrjirise.
' "What made them wait 20 years to protest?" asked
one credit union member.

Boyd's note officially asKea
that the "Canal Zone CredH
Union", cease its operations.
However, it was pointed out
today that there are at least
two credit unions operating for
military and civilian employes
of the Armed Forces, and there
are about three for local-raters
on the Zone.
The Canal Zone Credit Un Union
ion Union was organized on Oct. 4,
1937, the Foreign Offlee said

in its protest, ciaiminss inai
this was after the 1936 treaty
went into force, aud therefore
a vioiation of the treaty.

The Electoral Tribunal plans to
install offices in Colon to begin

taking applications for new cedu

las April 1, it was announced to


The offices will be installed in

the office of the Municipal Engi


nell University Professor Samuel

Z. Levine said last night

ihat 20 Der cent of Americans suf

fer from overeating. Levine, who
is here to attend a symposium on
nutrition of Brazilian children,

said hvoertension. circulatory ail

mpnt and heart disease are "the

rice" Americans are paying for


Building Of Bridge Across Canal
Expected To Begin Later This Year


ment's Foreign Comro

tion of a Zu,oDO,iv

Baiboa is expected
finished in about

A report irom

(UP) The Commerce Depair-

eekfy said today that construe-

across the Panama uanai ai
in latter part of 1958, and be

and one-half years.

Inited States Embassy In Panama

Today Castillo described
the credit union as a "coop "cooperative"
erative" "cooperative" and said the request
for their suspension w con contradictory
tradictory contradictory in View of the fact
that an office was set up in
Panama with -the help of
U.S. Point Four officials to
supervise and encourage the
operation of consumers and
credit cooperatives in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama.

"Then how can they brand
the Zone credit unions as be

ing commercial organizations?"

he asked.

A member of a credit union
said today that he felt only
the Canal Zone Credit Union

was mentioned In ths note of
protest because its members in
particular seem to be borrow borrowing
ing borrowing money to finance the pur purchase
chase purchase of cars In Panama City.
"Why should thy pay some
dealers in town six percent
and more whan they can get
loals for three- quarters of
one percent from the Zone
credit union?" he said.

The note failed to ment

nny of the other credit

now functioning in the

The Canal zone Credit

lull uaa oumc uuv mv-iuuti
of them employes of the pan

r,m& Canal Company

headed by Carl J. Br

had no comment to

day on the Foreign


The credit unio:

has annroximatelv

bers, but not all of

active. They are Army
Force personnel, botn
and military.

Washington Huddle

Aims At Smoothing
Ruffled Feelings
(UP)- A Panamanian protest
concerning the operation of
the Canal Zone Credit Union
wag receiving high-jevel con con-sideration
sideration con-sideration today in the Unit Unit-ed
ed Unit-ed States government.
Officials indicated that the
government would do every everything
thing everything possible to smooth ruf ruffled
fled ruffled feelings over, the latest
in a series of problems re resulting
sulting resulting from the jurisdiction jurisdictional
al jurisdictional controversy between the
Canal Zone authorities and
the Panamanian government.
Panamanian Ambassa dor
Ricardo M. Arias was invited
to the State Department late
yesterday to meet with Under-Secretary
Christian A.
Herter and it is believed that
they also discussed the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian protest.
This morning high State
Department officials concern concerned
ed concerned with Middle American af af-fairs
fairs af-fairs held a lengthy meeting,
the result of which was not

disclosed to the press.

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SEOUL, Korea, March 21 (UP)
Every available man in the U.S.
e'ghth Army's criminal invctiTv
tion detachment toda. joined the
search for the thief who took the
unit's lie detector.

said that a preliminary report on the bridge is expected to
bo ready before April 10.
The bridge fcill be from Farfan hill diagonally across
the present ferry route, with two exits, one in Panama and
the other in Balboa.
The bottom of thj proposed high-level bridge, accord according
ing according to the embassy report, will be 11,000 feet long. The
brid will be 201 feet above high water.
3 structure will have three-lane approaches, two
12-foot lanes and one 10-foot slow lane for trucks and bnses.
The main span of the bridge win haye two 11-foot
lanes and two 10-foot lanes.

When a clerk at this onion
headquarters today was ask asked
ed asked for the exact name of the
Curundu credit organization
she said:
"I don't feel I can five out
that inforamtion."

The Coeoli Credit Union

headquarters was not open, and

nc Information was available

on their membership.

ions in Balboa, Gamboa

a memoir sain tnnav

most of the local-rat

pioyes make small loans to

cover doctor's
Purchase of

never for

One Balboa whlte-e i


blow to

Prat. Soma

.Had that tha

was being

Foar dealers in
1 1 never thought

the to this."

A Canal Zone ban employt
commented today:
"Maybe it's a first crack at

might be trying to
stop our operations


worker exclaimed

ii was-cewaijuy


unions """""


i. Iff. mnn ft


Hi. jfiey
make us

Another Zone resident said:
"As a member of the Canal
Zone credit Union I certain certainly
ly certainly hope that now the Foreign
Office will take vigorous ac action
tion action against many elite Pan
amanians who arc members
of the Army-Navy Club at Ft,
Amador and who are there thereby
by thereby illegally using Canal Zona
beaches, restaurant and other
A spokesman for the V. 3.
Embassy in Panama today con confirmed
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(Editor's Note: This is the second and final part of a
lent thy lettej on the Little Leagues. The fust part appear appeared
ed appeared in yesterday's Mail Box.)


Labor News



Gourmet's Delight

r wfi.t.1. Those nponip are volunteers also and many

of them try bard to administer their offices impartially in the
, best interests of the boys and tho baseball program WMtJBie
officialdom of Little League baseball needs is a greater interest
, tv,. hv mnre nHnlts who have an interest in baseoau,

1 know baseball: like kids; and preferably don't have any boy-l

1 children of Little League age.
1 The umpires are mostly good but once again the Important

' n.nt niovoH ho thp men in niue can dc mcaiiij uufivvu j

more volunteers willing to devote enough time to qualify,
the way. the umpires get paid).

(9) Practice This starts Nov. 1 and continues about three
times a week until the season opens in January. We had our

whole groups (44) together for several weeks until we could

tart screening them for positions and calibre of teams

Our ultimate objective was to see that every boy, with the
desire and interest, got to play ball. Those were hectic months
but I believe we accomplished our objective.
Although we fielded three teams, it startled me to find such
large number of boys that didn't know the basic, very basic,
fundamentals. Not baseball technique but simply how to throw
or catch a ball. Then with a bat oh, the frustration of it
Anyway we tried "we" included Rollo Miller, Tex Miskell,
Tom Barfield, Bob siebert and Bob Masenga. We are grateful
to the boys and to those few parents who told us they could see
some improvement in the boys during the season. (Guess we
were simpler in my days we did the simple things a little
better and earlier because we weren't all cluttered up. with TV,
Sputniks, rock n' roll; and psychology).

-10) The Games Well, here is the culmination of ail the

many and varied facets of Little League Baseball. You manage
to get all of the boys and equipment to the same field, and aft

er the warm-up, infield practice, pep talk and recital of the

Little League pledge, it's "play ball."
Here are some of your duties during this crucial period:
4l Make sure your boys are physically well;
(2) Keep them hustling;
(3) Make certain each one. bats In proper order;
(4) Batter has on helmet;
(5) And cap;
(6) Batboy keeps area clear of equipment;
m -7) Junior finds glove to go on defense with;
(8) Player on first knows there Is only one out;

(9) Coach, did you give Junior a hit on that?"
(10) Look at bench for pinch hitter;

(11) "You kids hot in uniform get out of the dugout"
(12) Watch the umpires; f
(13) Move the fielders in or out; g
(Ml Trv nnH vail tn infloMor nmiu. i .1 t.i lm2

no effect);
J (15) Look at bench for substitute infielder; (.
! (16) Doctor and encourage player just hit by pitched ball;
I (17) Call time, pitcher is nervous and working too fast fast-J
J fast-J (18V Junior isn't keeping eye on ball at the plate bops,
Ctruck out again; .,

(19) "What's the call, ump," (missed a call, looking at

(20) "That guy playing- third sure looks old for 12":

(21) Comments, bad and good, as players leave and return

ju augoui;

(22) Just returned from hassle wtlh Ump;

aj r ix ounreiaienxe-.f S AJi 4LfJJe. ii;
(24) "Not totf mUdfrwater fiow, Just Dfet utour Hps and

Late last Thursday morning.

eight of the nation's most power powerful
ful powerful labor chiefs sat around an o-

val table in the "fish Room" of

the White House, juxst outside

President Eisenhower's inner sanc sanctum.
tum. sanctum. The door to the private of office
fice office of the President of the U.S.
was opened as it has been lor

many years now by a digni dignified,
fied, dignified, graying veteran reception

ist wno spotted an old friend in

the group.
The friend was the Internation

al Ladies Garment Workers Union

chief, David Dubinsky. The recep

tionist, who had ushered visitors

in to Franklin Roosevelt and Har

ry Truman turned to Dubinsky

and said, "It's like old times,




f (25) "One run ahead, bunt Junior, advance the runner, I'll

1 (26) Put In substitute in outfield, not much good on glove
work, can't judge ball, no sticker, but he Is the right age and

jcame to piay;
(27) Got to protect that lead;
j (28) "Can't pitch Junior, he worked Monday";
(29) "OK fellows, good game, give 'em a yell";
"1 (30) "Practice tomorrow";
3 (31) "Give a hand with this equipment";
(32) "Yes, mam, thanks, Junior did well;"
J (33) "Come on with that equipment;"
(34) "Where did vou leave it?"

; (35) "No game, Just practice tomorrow";
(361 "You must have left it laying around and someone put
Jit in the bag";
(37) "OK, empty the bag but hurry";
(38) "Don't forget your cap tomorrow, Junior";
(39) "found your glove, food";

(40) " guys the equipment, nuts I'll do it myself."
;; Well, "Baseball Mom," I certainly unloaded more than I
Hn tended but why not, it may give several people a clearer pic pic-(
( pic-( ",ture of what goes oh behind the scenes.
As to your request for Investigation of Little League coach coach-r
r coach-r es, I could steer you Into some fruitful territory for clues but I
i think you will find that most of them are hard working and
v'have the best interests of the boys at heajt.
Maximum participation, development of sportsmanship and

athletic prowess are the main objectives of the program. With
ft these Is developed a keenly competitive desire to win and that
f also is as it should be.
t We don't like to be considered as daytime baby sitters and
may be we sometimes wonder if the boy who just can't seem
yto measure up athletically isn't the subject of neglect in this
f department by .missing some parental guidance and assistance

f in mat line 01 endeavor

For an almost subliminal mo moment
ment moment deep in the inner sanctum
it was like an episode out of the
past. The President of the U.S.

as 1 once heard another President

in the same room ask inquired

about the garment district and

the recent strike.

Irrepressible little David told

the Chief Executive the walkout

was all over.
"Don't Worry, Mr. President,

Mrs. Eisenhower can now buy a

chemise," Dubinsky chortled.
The President smiled and said

he wasn't worried because Mrs.

Eisenhower sews her own. Those
who recognized the look hi Dubin-

sky'sveyes saw a new honorary

member aborning.
But the camaraderie was brief.
Mr. Eisenhower could see the in-,
tensity on the faces of his visit visitors
ors visitors virtually all of them his po political
litical political enemies. The President as asserted
serted asserted to the eight men around
him that he was deeply concern concerned
ed concerned over the jobless and very
much interested in the welfare of
the men who work for a living living-he
he living-he having been "of labor" him

self. He told of the long hours he

had worked as a young man

Then George Meany, as chief

spokesman for the visiting AFL

CIO Executive Committee, spoke

with characteristic b 1 u n t n e s s.

Some of this has been sparsely

reported. It has not been report

ed that he said, in effect, that he

believed the President was not

aware of the full seriousness of

the spreading unemployment.

Meany said it was worse than
people realize and that the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO chief was fearful of a sharp
economic crackup. Meany put

charts on the President's deaskto
bolster his points. Then some of

the other labor men took turns to

out the trouble in their own


Walter Winchell In NewYork


Do you rsmomber the fypty and
his violin,
tho candlelight and tho win..

and our fingertips

Touchina a briefly as two

. J T iL.fc J umJ tnin

In tho narrowing space between
two pairs of lips?
I wen; there again last night: A
shabby old man
Played foolish tune with foolish
words to match,
That indifferent mimics have

whistled sinco time began.

I backed thru the door with its

rustv. broken latch

Thinking, how brief a magic pris

ons the heart.

Hew lightly broken when two

laven Dirt

Francis Rodman

Broadway as soon
Big Cheese"

a youre a

Gulfstream Park Vignette: Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon we Invaded tho

pressbox again to thank the Flor-

When wo departed wo ion a

id Turf Writer's Ass'n for the

badge and honorary membership.

Walter Reuther spoke with his

usual swiftness and found the

President had been briefed on the

auto field and the number of un

sold cars. Reuther revealed that

there are now over 360,000 jobless

members of his union and all

time high. The meeting kicked

back add forth with Steel Work

ers' Union leader, David McDon

ald, the effect this was having on

tne steel industry with its 250,

000 unemployed.

Celebs About Town: Sabrina, the

,kshelf-coiiscious,Bautiher, exnioii
'ling he? eyefillMfrohtage in ffli

ten-ioot with Diek Kumble of a o to got Into show outmost

Miami Daily. "Pieate," we taio,

put this on :he Daily Double to

morrow". .Confrere Kumoie ana

the rest of tho press colony) a-

greed on Pampie and Adams

Boy. .Pampie came in second
but Adamt Boy won paying

$1.W. ."Walter" Intoned Diek
over the phone), "had Pampie
won your tenner would hive net

ted over $500". .Hflir, axporrti

It's possible you weren't 'even talking about our league
J you know there are five.
m Anyway take it easy on us, "Mom," it's, one of the most

I thankless jods you nave never nad. We are practically ostra-
cized by parents when we lose a game I should know, 1 lose
Ignore than most.
; My poor predecessor, he didn't win a game last year. You
I should sympathize with him, not investigate him.
Oh well, no hard feelings "Mom," you either "Pop," I'm go go-(
( go-( Jlng to continue in this racket, investigation or not, if they will
.have me in another league, because you see, I like kids and
; 'baseball.

T "Uic rust


"0f.. Wbrf Kpows" Mail Box, MarchVfiY wrote only a small
ortnr rA t,fo?.s!orv of the Atlantic Side Army Engineers wheel To me

the r'liiarltablerfHM is that there doesn't seem to be anyone smart

;noucrh in the whole Eatmeers organisation to see some of the
thintTs that some of theVhiefs) or near-chiefs pull every day. Or may

'be those who should see tltese things are of the same caliber, getting

,W o" the intelligence of thelnfellosr workmen, plus pressure, bluffing

MtK backbititf
j The chief discussed by "One .Who Knows" once get a letter
Idr the line njtahrtenance of the Pljna Highway when the paratroopers
'tais on maneuvers in that vicinity,. But he did not pass on this let letter
ter letter to the men who were acttlallv responsible for the good work. He
took 11 the glory for himself. No lefttf V ommendation on the files
of hh operators and foreman.
The whole organization smells, with Atyoritism. fraternities, dis dis-ifepiication
ifepiication dis-ifepiication and the to hell with a mars knowledge, service and
;eacter. .These are of no importance is the US Army eer'

1 T .... .4..Ji .4- Timmit TJiffk hrtrtl nA T iW Affl tfr0

"BHS-Mufient" (MaH Box. March wnen tnose pianes came

Wr so law I'll bet "A Proud American" (Mail Box, March 18) and

H Los Jets" (Mail Box,. March 18) would nave gel au, anooK up

.s f jr lute "Old Sarge" (Mail Box, Mareh 18), I guess he would

e i t a plsnc nit the scnoo". Alter an, nes nm in cnooi neir anu

fcit' are; his Itid. so whv should he worry?

ii. ."in r.isr asitanv rarent wno noes nave mos auinn 10 stnuui ncic

Then the "y 0 u t h movementv
moved in. The once ebullient Jim
Carey, who speaks tersely these

days, told Mr. Eiseehower of job
lessness m the electrical industry

He predicted that there would be
more unemployed in the radio,

television receiver and appliance
factories across the land.
Somewhere in these conversa

tions tne point was made that a-

bout 40,000 men and women are

now running out of unemployment

benefits each week. This means

that they not only have no jobs
and -10 further state relief but

that they have no income what

soever and now must depend on

the generosity of their friends or
handouts from welfare organiza

tions. It could mean some new

form of breadlines.

Mr. Meany hit this figure home

with a forecast that there would

be no upturn in March or April.
To get such an upswing would re

quire an increase of up to 300,
000 new jobs in the next 30 days,

he said. "The labor men predict

ed a decrease not a rise in


As the President listened to the

labor chiefs, it became apparent
that he was aware that they would
leave unsatisfied and unenthusias unenthusias-ttc
ttc unenthusias-ttc over his reaction. They want wanted
ed wanted action. They had a plan. With
intense sincerity the President told
them the government was ready
to move. but. .

"Everybody comes to this office

with a problem." Mr. uasennower

said, "but the problem is how to

find a solution, l am meeting reg-

nlarlv with mv economic advisers

and hope to come up witn a pian:
mam Al 1-4

am comment ru 00 me ngm

thino Then he nosed witn Mes-

nv Oubinskv and Reuther both

sides throwing poiiucai cauuun u

the winds.


Mark HeUinger Theater "My Fair

Lady") foyer. .Dana Wynter hav having
ing having dynner in the Cotillion. .car
tnnniat Milt Caniff and Bill Maul-

din making a collector's item of

a Maurice tablecloth. .wyau

Earn Huah-hoo) O'Brian ankling

North along The Grandest Canyon
unarmed. .Patti Page picking
up a peck of groceries at her

neighborhood superman. . Jen

nifer Jones getting a rare tribute

from the soDnisucaiea meaier

crowd in Goldie's. They all stood
and clapped loud when the star
name in with her groom and play

wright H. Kurnitz. .Dorothy La-

mnur looking vounger and more

glamourous than, ever) at Bon
Soir. .Maria Schell-Schell-shock-

ing the news-photoggers at Idle-wild.




aencv and fire tho talent

"the trouble with ratlngt It that
thav never tell vou how many

people watch the commercial". .
. .,rl won't put on a play by
Shakespeare unless ho writes the
commercials, too". ."WhateW
happened to the good old days
when advertising men wore Strip Striped
ed Striped tlei?". .'ww can I Stay

off television? My wife wants

li' J :

Sallies In Our Alley: Topic "A"
was the latest Churchill blast a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Americans by Randolph
during a teevee interview. ."Oh,
well," someone hmf'd, "like sis sister,
ter, sister, like brother". ."Yes," edit edited
ed edited a eolvumist. 'but not like fath

er". An overnight click arriv

ed at Lmdv's surrounded by tne

phoneez, ingrates and also-rans.
. ."Funny," said a cynic, "how
the Rats Bather around you on

Memei L Midmohter: uesi

Arnaz notif&a the narrator of the

"W. W. File" to report at L.ucuie
Ball's newly acquired RKO Stu Studios
dios Studios H'wood) on April 1 to re resume
sume resume filming another 8 Western-

Easterns. "Plizz," appeaiea mr.
Arna? "keeD vour ig mouth

.hut the niw sDonsor wants to

nnnnnpn It". .INCWesi kick a

mong lemme teen-agers: Purple
lipstick with hosiery to match.
.Mrs. Dan Topping is in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico divorcing the N. Y. Yankees'
landlord. Bob Horwood Morn Morn-telly
telly Morn-telly cClyumist) and Evelyn Wha Wha-ley
ley Wha-ley Foote, Cone and Belding co copywriter)
pywriter) copywriter) merge the 28 on the
1 m .nn t ronintf COO enn PClVfl

Josh Logan chucks a

poddy for Mitzi Gayrior at Luau
400 on the night of the 'South Pa Pacific"
cific" Pacific" preview. .George Wood
Wm. Morris Agency exec) and

lovely Lois O'Brien wed April a
in N. Y., not Rome. . .Advance
reports say 'Ed Wynn is merely

great in tne mm, narjouc

Mnrnlntfutar". .Wire: NeefiKtt

Coliforma: "Dear waiter:oining

done in haste, I feel very fortu fortunate
nate fortunate to have three beautiful chil

dren and good health. Hope to see

The Miami Herald Special: The

Col'm It booked solid at emcee

for benefitt Coast to Coatt) din

ner! and other eventt. next atop:
Royal .Ponciana .Playhouse in
Palm Beach) whore the Duke
and Duchess of Windsor, Mrs.

Laddie Sanford and Palm Beach
aaclatvV aoam taee a Ball for

the Runyon Cancer Fund. Thanks

scads. .Frank Sinatra"! seven

nlakt t tha Fauntaineblcau Ho

tel are complete seHoutt. A .real

ter. Mao You Is a Pre .Art

ctaan'c dailv comment a rv In

Greater Miami) ratet the .att n
of network oxeet. .It't an I lb.
ton for the publicist Harold Derd-

nert at Merey Hosp., wuami. .
Orchids to the talent at popular
Gnv's Inn. .Latest directors of

the Runyon Fund are Frank Si

natra and Mr. and Mrs. uuigi

Prima Keeley Smith ).( The Fund's

firtt Matcot: Joseph, everioyin-

Ltwit. .Mutt-Bnioy Italo cui cui-tlne:
tlne: cui-tlne: Andy Somma't at the Vene Venetian
tian Venetian Aitle. .Recording firms To Tony
ny Tony Barl't vertion of 'Sorrento"

ratet recognition, tomacr coi m,
pleate). .The MeGuire Sisters
at the Deiuville Miami Beech)

Babv Lake t In her nth year

at Lou Walter't star show-fsl at

his delightful Cafe De Pant.

Swell doll on and off ttage. .

Milton Berle It doing tne town t
top bis.' .Hush-Hush tayt Sande

Preston of the Cafe De Pant
lovelv flirl-liro) It Pretley't Num
ber One.

WASHINGTON, One of the

interesting, hitherto undisclosed

developments in. the life of Col.

Gordon Moore, the President's

brother-in-law, is the prise Irish

stauaUon one the Moores' week

end farm in the fox hunting

country 01 northern Virginia.

ine stallion is Leslie Bov and is

valued at- $65,000.

Lesite Boy was either given or

loaned to Moore by the Clint Mur-

chison racing stable. Mur chiton is
one of the biggest oil and gas

men in aexas and one ot the lead

ing aavocates of a natural eat

bill, which the President has pu-

micjy supported.
tH.M Ii. 1 II a m

wane u was Known mat Mur

chison has been on friendly terms

with tne White House, it was not

known be was so friendly with the

President's family as to give or

loan a prize stallion to Moore.

Leslie Boy was foaled in Ireland

sired by Royal Charger out of
Badoura by Colorado Kid. He was
imported from England by the

Murcain Stables, arriving in the

United States Oct. 29, 195.

The Murcain Stables in the

name given to the Murchison-

Cain family and Virginia Murci-

son. The latter is the wife of Clint

Murchison while Effie Cain is the

wife of Woffard Cain, head of the

southern .union Gas Company, a

Murchison subsidiary. Another
nartner in the stable is Billy

Byars, "an oilman of Tyler. Texas

Efforts to reach Moore, fiyars,

and members of the Murchison

family were not successful.

However a spokesman for the
Murchison on the Moore estate,
however, described the stallion as
a gift.
Jack Hall, overseer of Moore's
estate, refused to "state how long

the horse had been there or who
the owner was. Asked if Moore
owned it, he replied: "I don't
know. It's here."
"Was it a gift?" Hall was ask


"I don't know. It's here. That's

all I know."
The stallion has not raced be'
cause he got a nail in one foot

Moore also has seven mares
on "Holiday Hills Farm," which

is a well-painted establishment

with white wooden fences two

houses, a master's house, horse

barn, shed, silo, and a large pond.

The farm appears to be about 400

acres and shows signs of consider
able investment.

Residents of near-by Hillsboro,

Va., said that the Moores had

owned it for about five years and
lived there week-ends for about

three years.

One of Moore's horses, Holiday
Admiral, was scratched at Bowie
last week but is due to race again

this week. Another horse, Holly

High, was lost in a Charlestown

claiming race.
If Leslie Boy is a loan he could
be a very profitable loan; for
stud fees on thoroughbred sta-

lions run high. The near-by Mid-

dlerburg, Va., Chronicle, in a

great horse center, advertises

stallions with stud fees of from

Jft.ono to 15.000 ner service.

XT . 1 11.. 1 r i.t: .... m

iioie, aniHuy ueiure cuseuuuwcr

entered the White House, Moore

was unemployed and was having

difficulty meeting payments on
his home. When Ike got nominat nominated
ed nominated Moore got a job at $6500 a
year. After Ike was elected,

Moore s fortunes zoomed.

It was obvious, however, .that

Ike didn't want to be sounded out.

particularly on tax legislation.

1 am concerned about the

present economic situation," he

said, "but I am not alarmed by

This was in direct reply to a
statement by AFL-CIO president

George Meany that the country

was rapidly heading for 1 worse
recesssion unless inmediaie steps
are taken to head it oil.
Eisenhower maintained the p
ernment was doing "everything
possible" to stimulate business by
public works and other measures.
He added that he was not' con convinced,
vinced, convinced, as the labor leaders main maintained,
tained, maintained, that conditions would be be-vome
vome be-vome progressively worse. He

said he was counting on a pick

up within the next few months.
However, if there were no tiena

of ah uptrend within the next 30

days, Tie said, the government

would consider some further

"A tax reduction that would
have the effect of. immediately
bringing down withholding taxes,
to increase purchasing power, is
the first and the most important
step to be taken, in the opinion
of labor," suggested George Mea Meany.
ny. Meany. David McDonald of the Steel
Workers reported that 50 per cent
of his members are either out of
work or employed part time.
Auto Workers chief Walter
Reuther added that auto produc production
tion production is down to 60 per cent of normal.

Mr. President," said Reuther.

'do you realize that 900,000 new

automobiles are in storage be

cause people do not have the mo

ney to buy them?"

I can t understand why that

should le when there is more)

money in savings accounts than

ever before," replied Ike, "Why

aren't those people with savings

accounts buying automobiles

His callers didn't answer. Later

one of them explained to a friend:

We lust stared at Ike when he

let go with that one."

NEW YORK, March 21 (UP)
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can American microphone division will be become
come become a part of its general cement
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AFL-CIO leaders were far from

satisfied with the results of their
publicized meeting with President

Tw6 things irked them; Ike's

insistence that economic condi condition
tion condition were not' as critical as the
labor chiefs contended, and a
rather abrupt termination of. the

White House session.

After 35 minutes, Ike began

shuffling some papers on his desk.

The labor chiefs took the hint,

thoush thev had wanted to do

some further sounding-out of the

President's tax-reduction ideas.

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USARCARIB Ordnance Section
Scoops Up General s Safety Award


REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS Four officers of the Panama
Army under Its augmentation" program for appointment in the
in Panama this week The four officers and their wives recei
CARIB deputy commanding general, in the conferencs room
right, they are: ORden; Mai. Olin E. Smith of the 1st Battle

Chase, chief, Military personnel Actions Branch, USARCaRIB
Unit, Fort Amador, and wife, Evelyn; and 1st Lt. William H.
unable to attend. Smith was named a captain of Infantry,
Infantry, and Russell was named a first lieutenant in the MP

Area, U.S. Army Caribbean, were named' by Department of the
Regular Army on List Number 6, according to word received
ved the congratulations of Brig. Gen. Milton t. Ogden, USAR USAR-of
of USAR-of headquarters building In the above photo, from left to
Group, Fort Kobbc, and wife, Virginia; Capt. Lawrence R.

AG Section, and wife, Elsie ; uapi a. u swann, jr., tesearcn
Russell, Jr., 549th MP Company, FOrtrGulick. Mrs. Russell was
Chase a captain in the AG Corps, Swann a first lieutenant of
Corps. (UJ8. Army Photo)

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The U.S. Army Caribbean Ord

nance Section took permanent pos possession
session possession of the commanding gen general's
eral's general's quarterly safety award an
inscribed plaque last week after

wmnmg it for the fourth time
since the program's inception in
The USARCARIB Quartermaster
Section, which had won the award
three times previously, placed sec second.
ond. second. The award (s presented to the

technical service with the lowest

rate for lost time motor vehicle
accidents or accidents involving
personal injury or property dam damage.
age. damage. Ordnance had no accidents of

these types during the past quar
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden. c!e

puty commanding general, USAR

CARIB, presented the award for
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general, to Col. El Elmer
mer Elmer W. Grubbs, USARCARIB Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance officer.
Among those attending the cer ceremony
emony ceremony were E. W. Hoopes, com command
mand command safety director, ami Col.
Walter Killilae, Fort Clayton com commanding
manding commanding officer.
Alfred J. Gauvin, Ordnance safe safety
ty safety director, credited the section's
safety program, which includes
films, lectures and individual safe safety
ty safety training.

Church School Bus Service Extended
To Coco Solo By Margarita Church

Alfred T. Manh. recently nam nam-d
d nam-d transvorti'iLn coord'aator -r
the Margarita I nion C;rcr stat stated
ed stated today that a definite route thru
loco Sold 1m been es'ablished
for churcu fuiro! buse?.
The buses will arrive at Coco
Stlo at 9 15 a.m. nd 're' un ab .:t
H a.m. Parents desirinq t'u 'rce
service n,ay arrange for it with
Marsh at C.tco Solo or at the

church office. Buses wiU continue

to run to New Cristobal as long

as they are needed.

The Margarita Union Church al

so announced -v-nay us wovsoiy
schedule for Holy Week: Maundy

Thursday, Ho' ommumon will
be observed at 7 p.m. On Goad

Friday there w.ll be a snort serv service
ice service at noon. This hour commemor

ates the time Je-us was plar-a on

the cross. At a.m. on Easter
Sunday, the church will units ?n

the Atlantic sunrise service to He

held at Fort Dtvis. At 9:15 a.m
Easter Sunday the Sunday school
will meet for a session with spe

cial seasonal emphasis. The East Easter
er Easter worship service will be held

at 11 o'clock. Special music and

floral decoYations will be an in integral
tegral integral part of all services.

The two thieves crucified with

Christ will be the topic of the ser

mon at the morning service this

Sunday. The pastor of the Church,
the Rev. Theodore E. Franklin.

has been preaching on the theme

"D ices Around The cross. The

two thieves are fifth in the series.

Sunday evening at 5 p.m. too ju

mor Fellowship will continue in

us series at readings irom tie dook
"The T)ay Christ Died." At 6:15

p.m. the Youth FetlowshiD wil dis

cuss the topic "If I Die Before I


"Music for your pleasure" is the
title of the program sponsored by
the Women's Auxiliary and to be

held Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.

miss ustner Miller and Miss Car
ol Bruland will provide piano mi:

sic while Miss Carol Agee will play
the clarinet. Mrs. Edna Wertz will

be the devotional leader. Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames E. F. McClelland, G. R

Downing and T. E. Franklin will

act as hostesses.

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TODAY'S hand helped make two
new life masters: Bill Burns and
Bob Chow of Toronto.
The game was board a match,
team of four, and at practically

every table East and West arriv arrived
ed arrived at a six spade contract only to
have North and South save at sev seven
en seven clubs.

Six spades makes easily since

all East has to do is to draw
trumps, discard two of dummy's
diamonds on his long hearts and
concede a diamond trick. As for
seven clubs, declarer must lose
one eylub and two hearts only for
a mere 500 point penalty.
When Bob Chow sat West he
chose to make an irregular re response
sponse response of two diamonds to his

partner's opening spade bid. This

call effectively stifled North's am ambitions
bitions ambitions to defend and East was al allowed
lowed allowed to play and make the spade
When, Bill Burns sat North, his
opponents really made things
tough for him. They were using
a strong but nonforcing opening
two bid so East opened with two
spades. West jumped right to the

small slam and it was up ,io am

to act at the six level.

He did all right. He bid six no-

trump. This is a most unusual
example of the unusual no-trump
convention. This bid tells partner
to choose a minor suit and is used

with hands such as Bill s.

South then bid the seven clubs

and took his small loss.

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-Gov and Mrs. William E. Potter entertained at a cocktail
buffet last evening at the Tivoli in honor of the visiting consult consultants
ants consultants from the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee of the
House of Representatives.
Honored guests were members, Dr. S. C. Hollister, Francis
S. Friel, E. Sydney Randolph, Hartley Rowe, and John E. Slater
and Bernard Zincke, counsel for the committee.

Flower Arrangement Oast
To Hold Show Monday Evening
Fol'owing seven weeks of in instruction,
struction, instruction, members of Mrs. Pat
Morgan's flower arrangement class
will present a ilower show at the
YMCA-USO Monday evening from
7 until 10 p.m. Mrs. Truman H.
Landon will' cut the ribbon to of officially
ficially officially open the show at 7 p.m.
At addition to the usual three
ttwgories cut flowers, fruit and
vegetable, dried and exotic stud

ents have planned tablesftKr-spe-cial
occasions, These tables and"
the groups of students who plan

ned them are: Wedaing lea laoie
Helen Bowser, chairman; as assisted
sisted assisted by Grace Benjamin, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Skelton and Rachel Dicker Dicker-son,
son, Dicker-son, Formal Dinner Mrs. J. H.
Barfield, chairman; Mildred Long,
Jane Campbell, Anita Bell, Leone
Girard, Ruth Simonsen, Cilcria
Wells, Helen Mercooloff, Sarah
IWhitener, Ealine Barnes. Intonn-
al Dinner Natalie Burgenheim,
chairman; Theo Santell, Elvira De
Jernette, Eleanor Buczek, Dien
de Boer, Margaret Sass. Lunch Luncheon
eon Luncheon Ruth Wallace, chairman:
Jean Gorman, Vonna Huldqms;,
Gladys Hayworth, Mildred Hiezel,
IMilmar Myers, Isabel Slattery, I I-nes
nes I-nes Gonzalez de Stanley, Betty
VanGeel. Outdoor Buffet Temple
Plowman, chairman; Marie Rouse.
Dorothy Hubbard, Willie Mae Sim -,mons,
Stephanie Jaquillard Y Y-vonne
vonne Y-vonne Nunn( Arlene Nelson, Sarah
Registration and entry details
;are in charge or Carolyn Gibbs.
Members of the class will serve
punch throughout the evening at
(a table arranged by Ealine Barnes.
' The public is cordially invited
'to attend.

Barro Colorado Naturalist
To Discuss Lcal Birds
Dr. Martin H. Moynihan, new
resident naturalist ot Barro Colo Colorado
rado Colorado Island, will be the guest
speaker when the Panama Canal
Natural History Society holds its

273rd meeting at the JWB-USO
building next Wednesday at 8 p.
m. His subject will be "Social Hab Habits
its Habits of Some of Our Local Birds,''
which wi 1 be illustrated.
Dr. Moynihan completed his un undergraduate
dergraduate undergraduate work at Princeton U-

Diversity in 1948. He studied at
OVford University irom 1950 to
19T5S; where he carried on inves

tigations on the behavior of the
European black-headed gull. Since
then he has been a visiting fellow
at Cornell University and a re research
search research fellow at Harvard. He has
studied birds in Manitoba, Ecua Ecuador,
dor, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentine, the
Galapagos Islands, and on Easter
Island and Midway in the central
Pacific. His studies of the behavior
of several species of birds on Barro
Colorado Island are already un underway.
derway. underway. Members are requested to bring
guests who are interested in learn learning
ing learning more about local birds.
The Duncan McKays
Entertain At Cocktail Party
The First Secretary o the Am American
erican American Embassy and Mrs. Dun Duncan
can Duncan A. McKay entertained a group
of friends for cocktails at their
residence on Wednesday.

Spanish Conversation Club
Honored With Guests
The Canal Zone Spanish Con Conversation
versation Conversation Club held its regu a'r bi biweekly
weekly biweekly meeting at the Quarry
Heights Officer's Club on Wednes-

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day. The meeting was well at attended
tended attended by some 35 .members am
guests from the Zone and Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. In a friendly atmosphere, where
only Spanish is spoken, the mem

bers were ably assisted in improv

ing tneir fluency by the following
Spanish-speaking guests: Counsel Counsellor
lor Counsellor and Mrs. Robert Gui loia of

the French Embassy, Mr. and

Mrs. Paul Duran, Mr. Isaac Har Har-rouche,
rouche, Har-rouche, Mr. Macario Solis, Miss
Nidia Valdes, and Miss carmen
A novelty of the evening was a
Spanish bingo game, originated by
Mrs, Louis V. DeArmas, a club

member and Spanish teacher of

many of the club members. "The
bingo cards had Spanish idioms

phrases and sayings instead o. the

usual squares of numbers and let

ters. The callers for the same
were Isaac Harrouche and Paul
Duran and the game was both in instructive
structive instructive and interesting.

The president of the Club. Capt

ain C. E. Mott, USN. Deputy Chief

of Staff. Caribbean Command, ur

ges' that all members and their

Spanish-speaking guests continue

to attend meetings. The rrext
meeting will be held at the same

time and place on April 2.

Former Residents
Parents of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy of
Evansville, Ind have announced

the birth oi a daughter. Amie Eli

zabeth, born March 7 in Evans Evansville.
ville. Evansville. The baby weighed nine
pounds, nine ounces.

Mrs. Kennedy is the former Ma

ry Patton, Girl Scout executive
here. The Kennedys were mar married
ried married while living in the Zone.

Card Club
Mteti Wednesday

The Card Cub of the Balboa

Women's Club will meet Thursday

at 12:30 p.m. at the Fort Amador
Open Mess.
Members are requested to make
reservations before Wednesday bv

calling Mrs. June Lang, Panama
3-7789; Mrs. Betsy Mitchell. Pa

nama 3-7787, or Mrs. Wanda Ste.
Marie, at Panama 3-7190.

Announce Birth
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collins, Jr.,
oj Margarita are the parents of
a- son John Michael, born March
10. This is their second son.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Holgerson of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, while the paternal grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs,,, A L, Col Col-lifts,
lifts, Col-lifts, Sr. of Fayetteville, N.C.
Bingo Party Held
In Gorgas Hospital
The American Legion Auxiliary,
Unit No. 1 Panama, conducted
their monthly bingo party for pa

tients at Gorgas Hospital in the

Red Cross lounge recently. Prizea

of handkerchiefs, nail clips, socks,
shaving cream and cigarette light

ers were awarded to the winners.
Cigarettes were distributed and
refreshments of punch and home homemade
made homemade cake were served.

Hostesses for the evening were

mis. mary c. jjecner ano Mr
Delores Colfy.

'Day of Recollection
' For St. Mary's Alumnae

I The Alumnae Association of St.

iMary's will hold its annual retreat
in the Miracoulous Medal church

, tnis bunday beeinmne at 8 o clock

tii il. T .

ruuuwuig me mass in me cnurcn

there wi 1 be a Communion break

fast in the church hall. The retreat
..mII k,. Ul,l 1U .1 ...

wm v.- iiciu uii uie juu garden
with the final exercise in the
church at 2:30. The day will be ov

er at 3 p.m

Those planning to attend are re requested
quested requested to call Aurita Ducrest or

Knowing Salad Greens

Adds To Enjoyment

Jar, jygftclgKjnlL

YOU CAN put sprlne Jn your menus all through the year. If you
are familiar with the different varieties of salad green.
Food and Markets Editor

THANKS to modern agriculture,

better storage and shipping, v.

can enjoy a variety of alad greens

all through the year. The greener

and thinner the leaf, the more

nutrients they contain.

Wash at once and trim awav

al questionable parts. Drain, dry

wetl and put in crisping nans (hv-

drators) or cellophane bags that

permit a little air to circulate and
store in the refrigerator.

Crisp head lettuce Or western

iceberg is the solid head in most

common use. Buttered or Boston

soft, light weight head with ten

er, less crisp leaves which feel oi

ly or buttery. Outer leaves light

green while inner leaves are pale

yellow. Bibb a variety of butter

head is the aristocrat of the fami family.
ly. family. The leaves are tender and

have good eating qualities. Ren Rename
ame Rename or Cos lettuce has a firm,
elongated head with course, stiL
leaves, sweet rather than bitter
flavor. Celtuce stem type, with
much enlarged fleshy stem and no
head. The stem is peeled and eat eaten
en eaten raw or cooked. Chicory con consists
sists consists of three major varieties: Bel

gium or French Endive has fleshy
leaves in tight, slender pointed

heads, 4-6 inches long and 1-2
Inches wide. The thick root is
sometimes roasted, ground and
added to coffee; .Curly Endive,
sometimes called chicory, is a
thinrooted plant with narrow fine finely
ly finely cut, curly leaves in a loose head,
dark green shading to a butter
yellow at the center; Escarola or
Broad-Leaf Endive resembles cur curly
ly curly endive but the leaves are broad
and curled at the ends. All chico chicory
ry chicory plants have a slightly bitter
flavor; used most often in salads;
may also be cooked.
Epicure's French IDressing
(Yield: 1 cup dressing)

Combine 2 teaspoons salt, 1 tea

spoon powdered dry mustard, 1

teaspoon paprika, 1-8 teaspoon

ground black pepper, 1 clove gar

lic (Quartered), 1tablesoon tine

ly chopped fresh chives and V4 cup
olive or salad oil. Let stand 1 or
more hours. Add a tablespoons

Dickie relish. 1 tablespoon finely

chopped green pepper, 3 table

spoons cider or wine vinegar and
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice.
Beat well. Serve over tossed spring


Sup Sqdn, Albrook AFB, accom

panied by Mrs. Britta A. Dunn,
service club director, presented a

program of accordion music for

Cecilia Salazar for reservations, i"nt?.JlinfapJ3X
brine their own limeh. and 25 ois recentlv Prt o th Red Cross

bring their own lunch, and 25 cents

tor breakfast.
Red Cross Provides Music
For Gorge t Pitients

A-2C WiUiams Mangus of 5700

I recreation program for patients.

Hammarskjold Due

For Red Carpet
Treatment In UK

LONDON, March 21 -(UP)

Britain 'oday planned a solid
round of royal and official recep receptions
tions receptions for United Nations Secretary
General tag Hammarskjold when
he arrives here March 30 en route
to Moscow.
A foreign office schedule said
Hammarskjold would be the guest
of Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
at lunch March 31.
Queen Elizabeth will receive
him and entertain him at a spe special
cial special luncheon at Windsor Castle

April 1.

The U.N. Chief will be tne guest
of Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-lan
lan Macmil-lan at dinner at No. 10 Downing
Street that evening, with a gov government
ernment government reception scheduled later
at Lancaster Howe.
On April 2 he will be the guest
at a United Nations Assn. lunch

eon and will address a meeting

of members of both Houses oi
Parliament in the afternoon.
He will leave Britain either that
night or April 3, the statement
SEOUL, Korea, March 21 (UP)
The United Natiena command
today announced the appointment
of Col. Frank F. Carr as new
thie' of its Armistice affairs di division.
vision. division. Carr formerly was assigned to
the ofiice of the commanding gen general
eral general at a base in Maryland.

An Outstanding Award Certific Certificate
ate Certificate was presented rei ently to Mrs.
Gwendolyn Blanchar.l, a property
and supply clerk with th Ord

nance Division, U.S. Army Carib

bean, cuing ner for superior per performance
formance performance of duty as a civilian em employe.
ploye. employe. Mrs. Blancnard wife nf

CWO Bonner O. Bhnchard, am

munition officer, Ft. Kobbe, has
been an emnlovp nf ttu TT s Armv

Ordnance for eight and one -half

years. sfle has been with the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance for 18 months since coming
to the Canal Zone in 1 ASS Rpfn.

that she was with Ordnance at

fort- Campbell, Kentucky, where
Blanehanf was a member of the
11th Airborne Division.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Jordan Foresees
Iraqui Troops
On Israeli Border
AMMAN. Jordan. March 21

(UP) A Jordanian newsnaper
reported today that Iraqi troops
would be stationed on the Israeli
border as a result of the merser

of Jordan and Iraq into a new

Arxb federation.
Official sources refused to com comment
ment comment on the report which was
nrinted by the newsnaner Ad-Di-ti.
rumors that Iraqi troops
mi?ht mov up to the Israeli bor border
der border have been circulating hero
'"ce the two kingdoms signed
the federation- agreement on Feb.
14. Under the federation, armed
forces of Jordan and Iraq will be
Israeli Premier Davtd Ben-Gu-rion
warned recently that Israel
"rc-rwed. freedom of action" if
Irani troops moved into the .Tor .Tor-Hanisn
Hanisn .Tor-Hanisn area on the west bank of
the Jorfinn River.
Iraq is the only major Arab

tate that does not have armed
forces poised along Israel's bor


Why Don't Husbands
Praise Wives in Public

"WHY are so many meri reluct reluctant
ant reluctant to say kind word or brag
just a little about their wivesT'
asks a reader.
-And the reader happens to be a
man. He goes on to aay that most
Men think their wives are pretty
nice. Otherwise,, they wouldn't
have married them.
"Then why," he wants to know,
"are most men aahamed to give
theirw ives a build-up? Maybe of
they tell their wives privately how

smart and nice and clever they

are and how lucky the men are to
have married them. But I know
because I do brag about my
wife to others occasionally that
it makes a woman feel mighty
good to have her husband let oth others
ers others kno- he thinks she is just a a-bout
bout a-bout all right."
He's got a point, hasn't he?

Somehow oi other a lot of men

seem to think they appear more
of a "regulkr fellow" if they paint
a picture of their wives as extra extra-vagant,
vagant, extra-vagant, scatterbrained, bossy and

impractical than If they publicized
their wives' talents and virtues.
WHAT they overlook is that the
world tends to accept a husband
expressed ideas about hit wife
just as what a woman says about
her husband influences what oth others
ers others think about him.
So why should a man who could
build hit wife up feel he has t
belittle her, even if only jokingly,
when he is talking about her U
This is one place where wom women
en women are usually more generoui than
men. For it is a stupfd woman, in indeed,
deed, indeed, who goes around low-rating
her husband, instead of makini
him appear intelligent, generoui
and conscientious.
But some of the most aucc3ss
ful men seem to feel that they
must never, never say anything M
give anyone the idea that they an
married to intelligent and capable

Soviet Union Offers To Discuss
German Peace Treaty At Summit

BONN, (iprmanv Maroh 71 t

(UF) The soviet union o .ered tons'

today to discuss at the summit
a rjprman neapp traatv that

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Communist East Germany by the

west uerman repuDiic. vr
The Bonn Government offered
ro immediate reaction but sought
j lore details.
Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer
neanwhile went before the Bun

destag (par lament) and served

r,3tice that West Germany in-!

"under state-legal rela-
that WOUld liot invnlvaH

. "vw.m nut luvuivea
iormal recognition of each other.

me ame memoire said the rep representation
resentation representation of each lri. .t

peace treaty signing would be

wurKea oui in an agreement between-
the two.
Informed no ideal l1lPAe 'aisl

West Germany would reject this

o.B u nas reruaea to nave any
dealings with the East tterman


AS tO Unification th Gni.l.t

LONDON, March 21 (UP) A
British Sea Venon jet fighter

plane "lost a rocket" while en
route bac 'rom firing practice
over the English Chwe', the ad-

nvra'tv announced today.

It alerted police in the East

Coast Dorset area ind broadcast

an announcement that the rocket,

four feet long and 'ive inches

across was "dangerous."

t1PFJ. Formosa. March 21

fTTPl Ge-1. George DeeW, com commander
mander commander of U.S. and United Na

tions forces in Korei. arrived to

day for f threMxv ytt as the
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A member of the Board Of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
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lends to arm its forces with Bi" ,2 E ..fS

atomic weapons to meet a grow- ji hot a ftoper opic of diseT
ing Communist threat. He said mhi at a summit comence and"
oberwise NATO would collapse. nust be oSTcS? by

j j 1 "" "ei uermany.
ed Adenauer by Soviet Ambassa- It accused uef r.rm,m,
dor Andrei Smirnov last night. VTLX J
The Soviet news asency Tass ; n a i a t i n 5y

VM&A tnight. i.eed W tne mndu 09
It said the two Germawes West German FOreien Miniiter
could become Dartv to neace Hoinrirh vL d3? iM'm,.t.'r

.r'- i "nna ieit tne
i Bundestag fnrpiirn J.u..i

at which Adenauer spoke to con con-er
er con-er with Smirnov for 45 minutes
vietthnoteXaCt ""V' the So"
The 85 year old Adenauer,
Jp,eJaki,n" clearly and deliberately
t)d the bundestag that German
refusal to arm the 130,000 man
German army weui make the
' Ar QnriA T 1 1 ax Jti .

DENVER (UP) The city of and"purposeieS T Wem,M
Denver, todav faced the nossibil- "w k .. ....

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Right To Jury Trial
Musi Be Upheld,
Says Colorado Court


Both develnnments aro (hp in

sult o" a far-reaching decisionvof
the Colorado Supreme Court Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The high court ruled that per persons
sons persons tried ior violations of city
ordinance in munirinal courfs
must be given the same
protection under the law as if
they were tried by state courts
if there' were state statutes cover cover-ins
ins cover-ins the crime.
The protection the Supreme
Court was talking about includes
the right to trial by jury and
municiDal courts In C.nnrs,An

home rule cities have been pros-
anltttnet a.. nl. ...Til L i

""""S Dm.n lines wiuiuuii iury
"It's doubtful if manv of the

prisoners understand thP leaal

niceties involved hut thou Qn

understood the possibility they
miht get out.
The situation has caused a cris crisis
is crisis thrOUffhOut thp state Snmo

cities claim thev will an hnu.

rupt if they have to try drunk

unvmg ana otner cases with jur juries
ies juries consistently.

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gerous than it is now," he said.

Reds Find Relics
Of Genghis Khan
Near Mongolia
LONDON, March 21 -OJf
Moscow Radio claimed today that
Mongolian warrior Genghis Khan
was born in what u n.. .j

the Soviet Union.
A broadcast heard beire said
Soviet scientists had uncovered
ancient documents proving the
warlord was bom at Delyun Bel
dok, in Trans-Beikalia", s South Southeast
east Southeast Siberian province rn the
Mongolian frontier.
The radio said a'i expedition
led by Sergei Khse'.ev, an asso associate
ciate associate memner; of the U.S.S.B.
Academy of Sciences investigated
the site and discovered numerous
relics of Genghis Khan in the
It said trie actual village -ite
now was a bare patch of earth.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) So. it's removed when doctors operated

a dirty trick and I'm a heel and; on his eye m uer fatal
a lot of imall boys will be mad at auto accident. It left him with a

Hi,t thP facta rieht off my stop.

.fh ,r that there la no holder. It's four TV westerns in a role

'Television's Fastest

of the title,

Gun w
iJ K.on riockme the boys all

mhat i an throuch for. you-the most varied roies of her

rVders) and Tfa an eight way
tie among: Hugh 0' Brian as W W-...
... W-... lAhn Pavne m K e s i-

v UY nTH

The play "Lute Song"as just
compieieu iti tnree-mght run at
Jadwin Hall at Fort Clapton. Con Congratulations
gratulations Congratulations go to the cast who did
a fine presentation and they sure surely
ly surely did work hard to do, ft.

Last Saturday morning the sen seniors
iors seniors took their college entrance
board examinations. Whew!

for June Lockhard, who u ask- oun: s" .liP.M
ing: "Who says westerns are tor,"? co leges ,,, year long and

men only?" June says she's had "ZTZLtZT "ZtZ.


reer in the home screen

brushers and claims claims-"When
"When claims-"When they made westerns a-

"Walla Karao siar auit mey ooenea mem wme iw

Dale Robertson; Bob Horton in women. Were the ones who maie

Mvasnn Tram mcnaiu mnu ouun.

"Have Gun, Will Travel


Garner; the Sunday night "Gu

mi wit" ana inm vm'v



ed. While on the suDject of seniors,
the latter are reminded to' pay

their dollar toward the senior gift.

1 cant tell you what it is but you
find out as soon as you pay your
dollar. So come on. Let's reach
into that pocket J
I surely do hope that not just
high school students read this col column,
umn, column, but also parents and adults
who don't even have kids yet in
high school.
Wednesday morning around ten

the school was dismissed for a pep

rallv held for the track team. Th

spirit was not too good until the

competition cneers were siatiou

Three-tenths of a second is me
..., nf thP lads COUld do.

leading me to suspect, perhaps
3, that the film cutters u u-.
. u-. secret Sod tor ttj
f Dethroning lv

u mnt it's nice to

,wesiei.rr could kill any

rVsr who getting knocked

off himself.
While sitting in front of my
TV set with a stop watch, how how-eVer,
eVer, how-eVer, I made some startling dis-roveries-that
may leave the fast fast-gun
gun fast-gun set blushing. There's some
mighty fast drawing and reach-

lhe in Tv comniet


Abotrt: Universal International
teaming up with NBC to create
and produce telefilms for the net network.
work. network. Pilot reel of a western se-

rips "Saddle TramD." Roes be

fore the cameras in two weeks.
Th atndin alsso is considering a

TV series based on its "Ma and
-n T nl-M 4Llau TTT iaa lA 1 at

S?tTa ma,o slum, to opVn Wupperclassmen outyeUed

ire nuiof nil Liir. uiuuutuvn v ...


(Joe), so Judge Pettingui sam.
You. see, Joe is known all over
school for his booming voice.

Miss Clark of the Balboa High

fettv Furness, for instance, v"

now celluloid for home screws

. Dick Long and Mara Corday
calling it a day after many pep pep-Hp's
Hp's pep-Hp's the former hubby

of movie glamour doll Suzan 9a..Sphnol iibrarv has certainly had

who did of cancer during meir;a v dig-lay of Dooks this
marriage. ipat week and the different class

rooms have been invited to browse

around in the library. Most ot us
have done this already and found

that there certainly are a lot of

good books to read during the
Easier vacation.

1 fir blIi


H HI :

KLM Pilots End
Four-Day Strike

UN Allies Press
North Koreans
To Return Plane

SEOUL, Korea, Friday, March1 AMSTERDAM. March 21 (UP)
21 (UP) United Nations allies -PtoU of the KLM Royal Dutch
will keep pressuring the Com mu- Airlines ended their four day
nist Nnrth Vnr.i. tb.... strike todav when the company

- uvi vane until ur i I .
return a hiir.vrf snii vnr.n'aareed to reinstate two union of- (UP) Egypt and Syria have

airliner, a United States source flci,1 ior "insubordination." rebufed Soviet efforts to sqeete
said today. i The line immediately rushed mto the Middle East commercial

Egypt, Syria
Rebuff Soviet
Airline's Bid

BEIRUT, Lebanon, March 21

airline business by buying into

their state air'lnea, it was learn learned
ed learned authoritative today.

tv two nations' state owned

airlines Syrian Airways ad Mis-

air-are scheduled to be merged
ps part of the plans of the new
United Arab Republic.

It was disclosed that the State P'as r resumption of flights

Department had Instructed U.S.'n,lted ince the walkout Degan

Embassy swd military authorities eriv MOira,y-
in L'onn rV nlonn iil.Mt

hv hrno.( M.kti. The airlme agreed it i cloed

ments. aoor meeung wnn umwn rcc-
sentatives to reinstate union ex-

stei eh feH torXrVhrTTTeutive, Jan de Laat and Lionel

Command M i 1 i t a r v Armistice Metz Pllots-

Commission, delivered a scathing i Thev had been pressing de- It was learned from totally

attack against the Communists mands for a 50 per cent wage reliable sources here that the Rus Rus-at
at Rus-at Panmunjom yesterday. increase when the company asian Airline Aeroflot ofered last
He said the Communist actsjeused them of going beyond their week to buy a one-third share in
and motives were "contemptible 'rights. the merged airline, paying for it
in the eyes of the world." Only: with Soviet aircraft and equip-
world opinion, he said, forced: Planes already out of Holland ment. The sources aaid the Sgyp Sgyp-them
them Sgyp-them to return 26 of the 34 per- were not affected by the strike, tians and Syrians flat'y rejected
sons who were aboard the plane but as each airliner returned from, the offer and decided to operate

when it was hijacked

Korea Feb. 1.

to North overseas it was grounded by the
K I walkout.

with American


equipment and

l A aai til

fairiopri i in uuui

T; second and on CUmax Mary
costa shuts a car door in 5-10 ot

In New York


a secona.
Some other TV


'fast" record

The imposing glass front of Ca-

e Arnold with its handsome bar

Speaking of Easter vacation, it

is onlv one week away, nurrani

Many kids are grouping together
and renting a cottage up in San Santa
ta Santa Clara. That surely does sound
enticinC. I only hope they have

lea as


INSPECTING THE COMMAND John W. Carlson points Out
a feature of Battery ,D, 764th AAA Battalion, to Jo Ella
Jenkins both "Generals for a Day" following their win winning
ning winning of the VFW essay contest on "What Armed Force.? Day
Means to Me." The two Balboa High School students toured
various facilities of the United States Army Caribbean, which
they "commanded" for a day. (U.S. Army Photo)

. V jiiiiviu . v-

jiucio. t nf cp nip noen orosDeci ui me pa

Girl drawing a cigai ,- Coliseum at

a paca, o -!,

nf second:

drawing a cigaret out of a pack.
fiTfg rnnd: Julia Meade

" '" ;.r a-10 of a sec

nrice sign, 3-10 or a

opening beer can, wu 01
ond; girl opening beer cSn,
of a second.

240 Central Park South

Whether maltre d' Joe seats you
in the main dining room or you
aakeri for a reservation in the

. i! r. ...;iU Willi.,

qecond- man cozier H.ueoira nowm w.ui

K-inlals of episodes from Maeterlinck o
v 2V ji ...... ...Ill KA nn

encnannng piay, you mu w
scious of that pleasurable feeling
of good living which only perfec perfection
tion perfection of cuisine and service can en engender
gender engender in a restaurant.
Mr. Arnold himself watches over
pvprthine to make sure that the

high standard of this,, .excellent

imi 1. m itr-nnpu afp t, maintained. Ine

Better I should have timed "iimple menu aliords a wide choice

cliches In drama, my. ai".0. delectable appetizers and en-

ana conuneii."". jitrass. r avonie seaiooo, jwi u

someone as equally qualifii

Billy Sears was, to be on

The Junior girls and fellows are
making plans for going to Girls'

State and Boys' State next week.
That will be one week of their

life they will never forget. They

won't want to forget it. Believe

ine. I know because I attended

last year. Those 3 a.m. snacks

and all the gossip! Mmmm!

June 1 Cuban Elections
Put Off Until October

wr'tine auu iviu,u"
im bWtting longer and

iOtgeft 'SSm lime,1
THE WITNET: Sign in a Hol Hol-'.iLi
'.iLi Hol-'.iLi -t .nnniv store where

S bund.r i autobobiles
SS: 'just the thing for park parking
ing parking in drive-in theaters."
Not in the Script: Frank Sina Sina-ra's
ra's Sina-ra's consollngi words to his nine-year-old
daughter, Tina, who sut sut-ffl.
ffl. sut-ffl. -ta frieht three minutes

wore fir time and couldn't go

On T.1S 1 auun

"Don't worry, uuuej.

I was

lick for six weeks after my ftrst

show. In fact, l naven i iw w

inCe j .. Tnp-

This is riouywouu,
Ben (Blue, the comedian who i re recently
cently recently opened a night club here,
joined the Optimist Club with
the quip: "An optimist is a guy
who opens a night club with ms

own money.

and the cellar is well stocked with
carefully selected wines.
Amwig the specialties de la mai mai-snn
snn mai-snn are smothered chicken with

noodles and beef a la Bourguig Bourguig-none.
none. Bourguig-none. There is the pleasant sparkle
of subdued gaiety about this pleas pleasant
ant pleasant rendezovus for bons vivants.
The comic strip cpmes to the
stage in the musical comedy "L'il
Abner" at the St. James Theater.
All of Al Capp's delightfully whim whimsicalcharacters
sicalcharacters whimsicalcharacters indulae in divert

ing high-jinks and cavort with athle

tic abandon in co onui Daneis.
Direction and choreography by

Michael Kidd. clever topical lyrics

l by Johnny Mercer and music oy

uene ue raui nave uiuiucu a
smooth, tuneful show, refreshingly

novel In its patchwork costuming

and hill billy setting. Fanama gets
a credit line In this production,
since the book is by Norman Pa Panama
nama Panama and Melvin Frank.

Among a large cast, big-type

" Please readers, support the teen
club's Booster Ball which will be
held some time in April. The 18th
I believe. Anyway, tickets are $1
per person and it is an informal
come as you are dance. Music
will be furnished by Lucho and
also by Clarence Martin and his

orchestra. Good entertainment will

be furnished, and the dance will

last at least until l a.m.

Don't forget the relays toniht

and tomorrow night. You must
have your red athletic card to

get in kids, so remember. See you

HAVANA, March 21 (UP) (UP)-Cuba's
Cuba's (UP)-Cuba's Supreme Electoral Tribu Tribunal
nal Tribunal met late yesterday and approv approved
ed approved a joint government-opposition
request for postponement of the
pptinns1 until October.

President Fulgencio Batista.

fooino threats of a "total war

hv Fidel Castro's rebels, let it be

known througn government suuit suuit-ps
ps suuit-ps that he had reversed his pre

vious insistence on holding the el-sabotage

ections in June.

Meanwhile, reports from reoe, reoe,-infested
infested reoe,-infested Oriente, said Castro was
circulating warning's against train
and bus travel, there "after
March 31." Castro has Warned
that his "campaign of extermina extermination"
tion" extermination" against the government
wpuld commence the first week
in April.

leaders vetoed it this morning be

cause that day is an official Cu

ban holiday, these sources said.

i. w.dH!blllinS is Iven to Peter Palmer,
is neaacn H s. K Sthhv Kavp


surgery to improve ms yi Billie Hayeg an(j sn eye-filling, cur

e. Jftemcs wm hfmm -. vaceous Diona peauiy,. joyceuiau-

mond. who makes the most con

vincing hard-to-take your-eyes-off

of Daisy Mae you could ever cream


BALBOA :1S 8-.0J
Cattaon and Newated

Jama Fanimora Cooptr's
gr.Bt novel

Gaorga Montgomry
Owl Show 10:S0 p.m.

John Mills
Erie Portman

Gen, Burner Warns
Polio Still Hangs
Over Unvacclnaled

Surgeon General Leroy Barney
said today that "s s r i o u out outbreaks"
breaks" outbreaks" of polio may strike down
thousands of A m e r i c a n s this
summer unless Salk vaccination
program are speeded up.
Burney said an estimated 48, 48,-500,000
500,000 48,-500,000 Americans under 40 the
susceptible age group still have
not been vaccinated with Salk

anti-oolio vaccirte. He said 19

million of these are under 20

the most susceptible age group

GATUN 7:00
Ray MUland
Mauraan O'Hara
" t I I I O K

MARGARITA S.1I ft 8:00
Alan Trtcd Pranki Lyfnon
Owl Show 10;S0 p.ifi.

Cartoon Ntwi
Owl StWW 10:30

6:1 J 8:40
"Tha Chlneaa
Ring" and

CAMP B1EBB :15 A 8:5
Kirk Druglat Euan Haywavd
Owl Show 10:10 p.m.

In addition to providing superior

food, any restaurant that lays
claim to distinction above the rank
and file must possess a definite
character of its own in order to

attract and ho'd a clientele, it must
either by its citizens appeal to those
who like places with intimate
charm, by its grandeur or elegance
draw the haute monde, or by its
interesting atmosphere lure those
who annreciate novelty of decor,

patronage of celebrities, candle

light or some other noticing tea
Here and there an eating esta

bUahment achieves a happy com combination
bination combination of simplicity with digni

fied charm and restrained elegance
without undue ostentation.
Such a restaurant is the Mira Mira-mar
mar Mira-mar at 10' East 46th, where genial

Julian and Alex bid you welcome
to enjoy the well appointed bar
and superb continental cuisine,
with a discriminatingly chosen

wine list. The dining room is not
so large as to rob it of relaxed
informality. So.'t indirect lighting
bathes aquamarine walls in har

monious contrast with the Burgun

dy red banquettes.

a party ox tour or even six may

dine in comfort and Semi-seclusion
on the curved banquette of the

Versailles Monte Carlo alcove,
so named for the scenic mural

paintings that adorn its walls. A A-mong,
mong, A-mong, many appetizers, baked oys

ters MH-amar is one of the recom

mended items f"r f'iose who like

richly exotic sauces.

As Alex miiuw. admits, the
steaks are "terrific". Breast of
guinea hen hungroise sauce with
wild rice and chicken tetrazzini
are two of the specialties which

enliven the diversified menu of
this delighul rendezvous for stage
and television luminaries and
diners who demand fine food gra

ciously served m pleasant surroundings.



Kneuppal, today rescued

aix-yesr-oid girl Who was stuck

U l -f : tltA ,!..

II xnee-oeep in mua hi a new. ineu

Memen nad to puu out uary.


He said Salk vaccine had been

an "imnortant factor" in reduc

ing the number of pblro cases 85
r eent In the lastt wo years.

Only 8,000 cases were reported

last year.

(But he warned that polio epi epidemics
demics epidemics come in cycles and saul
tfiere could be 30,000 cases this
year unless more Americans are
A completed Salk vaccination
takes three shots spread wer
eight months. However, even one
shot provides some protection.
Burnev emnhasized that Salk

vaccine "prevents lhe dtstase Dut
not orevent the spread of

thp vims" that causes It..

He said persons who have not
been vaccinated are Just as much
In danger of getting polio now as

thev would b'! if tne vaccine nev
er had been developed.

The surgeon general also said
iinvacpinated d a r e n t s of pre

school children "run a special
risk" because the attack rate of
the disease is so high among
small children.

Cavalry Baptist
Church Plans

Final arrangements have been
made by the teachers, pastor and
leaders Of the Calvary Baptis
Church to conduct commencement

activities for children ot tne vaca
(Inn Rifila School.

Tha commencement will be held

in the church sanctuary on tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 7 p.m. and will supplement
the Sunday School Parent-Teach

er meeting.
The teachers have been work

ing with their students to effect a

unique commencement w"
Porontc nf childron who attend

ed the vacation Bible School and

those attending the cnurch sun sun-day
day sun-day School are especially invited

Police Arrest Rebels
As the Tribunal convened, nn

lice now commanded by a tough

minaeo army general, announced
the arrest of seven rebels in-

voived in spreading terrorism and

&h outage in ine Havana area
Submachine Buna niafnU Hv-,

, r'u'uloi j,,o-
mite bombs, railroad spikes and
incendiary materials were seized

witn tne group.

meatier ot tne captured men

was laentuied as Amado Leon

an official ofa bus line which

police said the rebels have been

trying to "infiltrate."

In Havana, U.S. state and
screen personalities were begin beginning
ning beginning to arrive lor the scheduled
noon Saturday official opening of
the new 24 million dollar Havana
Hilton Hotel. Batista and Manuel
FardAn4,1 Arte"8 are scheduled
to officiate at the opening.

'Unclaimed' Sale
In Chicago Said
Cheaper Than Trip

CHICAGO (UP) Oddities from
the ends of the earth found their

way into Chicago homes todav.
For stay-at-home world travel

ers there were oriental hamhnn

shades, blueprints of the Toronto

tuni.1 sewer system and Dresden

cnina souvenirs of an anotmn

held at the U.S. Customs House.
Collector of Customs Frank
Peska explained that the items
were unclaimed during the past
year, hence up for publb-sale.
Eager buyers quickley snatched
up five leather-covered camel sad saddles.
dles. saddles. One of the bidders explained he
was going to eive a saddle tn hia

The re-enactrhent of a ceremo- brother-in-law.

ny that began in ancient n.gypii ue doesn't have a camel at

er 40 centuries ago wm De ine tne moment," Nick James said,

Tribunal Rejects Request
The electoral Tribunal only
last week rejected a request by
the Opposition Free Peoples' Par Par-ty
ty Par-ty (P,PL) for an election post postponement.
ponement. postponement. But approval was giv

en yesterday in view of Batista's

turnabout and also Decause me

government's four-party political

coalition supporteaune tree peo peoples'
ples' peoples' party in this new plea for
a delay.
The president, who is not) a
candidate for reelection, con con-.erred
.erred con-.erred at the presidential palace
yesterday morning with coalition
chief. Reliable quarters said they
decidedo n Oct. 12 as the new date
for elections.
The request for delay submit submitted
ted submitted to the Tribunal specified Oct.
10 as a new date but government

Loca Rosicrucians
To Observe Ancient

New Year Ceremony

highlight of a local Rosicruclan
conclave to be held here on Sun

day at 3 p.m.
According to Joseph S. Downer,
Master of the Rosicrucian Colon
Pronaos, the ancient Egyptians,
form the time of Memphis to the
Ptolemaic period, began their
new year on or about the time of
the vernal equinox when the sun
crosses the celestial equator and
enters the zodiacal, sign of Aries,
which always occur on or about
Mnph 9i This was considered the

hocrinninc of the new year and

was symbolic of new life.

The occasion of the new year is
noiohratprl hv a symbolic feast in

which the participants partake of

simple foods, corresponamg io
certain basic elements of nature,
such as salt, corn, and unferment unferment-pH
pH unferment-pH oranp inice.

ic the Rosicrucian Order A

lwnitc a non-relieious but philo

sophical fraternity, maintains tnai
its traditional origin occured dur-

ine the reign of Amenotep iv, in

1530 B.C., the order commemor

ates this ancient new year wun
a ceremony, though nonreligious,
that embraces the allegorical sig significance
nificance significance of the age-old Egyptian
rite. ...

March 21 is also the beginning
of the fiscal period of all Rosi Rosi-pronaoi
pronaoi Rosi-pronaoi throughout the world; and
the date is marked by the instal installation
lation installation of new ritualistic and ad administrative
ministrative administrative officers.
New officers of the local Rosi Rosicrucian
crucian Rosicrucian organization who will be

installed are: Henry Fergus, mas

ter; Guillermo R.-Fitzroy, secret
ary; and Evans C. Riviere, guar

The ceremony and conclave is
to be held at the Effort Lodge Hall
No. 3S7 Justo Arosemena Ave. Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Many visiting members from

"but he's the sort of fellow who's

likely to turn up with one.''

William Friedlander did some

qpick calculations and out-bid all

others for the snapshots of Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. "Cheaper than going there," he
said, shelling out 50 cents.

RAF Leader's Son
Held As Suspect
In Bank Holdup

CRANBROOK. Enaterid. March

21 (UP) A local judge today or-

aerea the teen-age son of a high
ranking Royal Air Force officer

neia as a robber suspect in
$6,367 bank holdup who used
chauffeur-driven limousine as

getaway car.

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Police said Martin Searby. 17.

son of Air Commodore John H.
Searby hired the car at a local

garage yesterday and ordered thi
driver to wait for him outside tni
Cranbrook Bank.

They charged Searby held up

one of the clerks with a revolv revolv-ert
ert revolv-ert calmly returned ,tc the car
wilh the loot and ordered the

driver to proceed. He was cap
tured tn a police chase later.

Authorities said the driver of

the car knew nothing about the

robbery until police pushed the

car off the road.
Air Commodore Searby,
supervised the British bor

raid on the German rocket oases

at" Peenemunde durme World War

the TOrrounding cities are expect- II. was in the United States at-




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BHS JUMPERS John Chaplan is shown explaining a few
of the fine points of broad jumping to the top jumper in the
Balboa High stable. Solly Toussleh. Chaplan is about the best
440 running currently going on the Isthmus, with times of 51
seconds on several occasions this year. He is also a 20 ft. plu
jumper and a better than 5-6 high jumper. Toussieh has
been over 20 ft. once this year and hopes to get out there
again in the Relays tonight and tomorrow night.

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' Henry Thomas and his apparent

ly highflying Powells outlasted a
hustline but poor-fielding Herma-

nos Yohros team to the score of

9-3 to the second game of the
Rainbow City Softball League.

Powells fielded a strong team

which connectedl 1 hits against

a mere six collected by Manolin
Perez and his boys.

For four innings, the game was
a real thriller with the teams
changing leads twice. But in the

fourth, when Hermanos Yohros

threatened l bust the game

wide opan and Leslie Grayton of

Powells came in to stop tne raiiy,

the whole aspect changed to that

M jl slugfest as the Powells team

fame to life and made sure that

Hermanos Yohros would really

have to score many runs to beat


Thomas had his team running
in the first part of the game but

changed to slugging in the fifth
Irving Harding started for Pow

ells but gave way to Leslie Dray

ton m the fourth as wildness plag

ued the diminutive tosser. Dray Drayton
ton Drayton snuffed a rally and went on
to pitch good ball to get credit

for his first win of thhe season.

For the losers, Ray Simon went
for the first four innings but blew

up and yielded the mound to Pan

lino Diiaz who pitched good ball

m relief. Simon was the loser.

Deportivo Baby Salas will meet
Hermanos Yohros tomorrow at
4:45 n.m. The pitchers have not

been announced but its likely that

Paulino Diaz will work for Hernia

nos Yohros and Alfonso Diaz for
the Salas team. The twd pitchers

are not related.

59W 40V4
58V4 41
57 43
52 47
47 53
44 56
41 59
40 bO
Baker 198,

186, Coffery

Fuerza y Lux 4 Part Am Jets 0

The high flying Pan Am Jets

ran into a storm over Diablo, get

ting tangled with some high pow power
er power lines of the Panama Power

and Light Co. This resulted in the

Pan Am Jets being grounded

with a big thud and the five

game lead narrowed down to a

single point.

The F. and L. Kilowatts entic

ed the veteran bowler George

Winquist out of retirement, and
while George was not tops for

the Kilowatts he did bring them

good fortune.

The high power Kilowatt was

Jim Davis with a 579. For the

fallen Pan Am Jets, Carmen Cas-

cio was the best with 521.

Pan Am Lowande 516, Albrit-

ton 475, Sullivan 472, Nunes 490,
Cascio 521. F and L Boyer 566,
Davis 579, Deluca 450, Winquist

516, Gleichmen 522.

Seymour Agency 4
Lucky Strike 0
Whatever the Lucky Strike cig

arettes did, the Seymour Agency
did better. In the first game, Sey Seymour
mour Seymour collected a five pin pre

mium, in the next one they came

out on top by 14, and in the go
home game, it was Seymour a

gain this time by 33. The four
point shutout put the Insurance
gang only 2Vi games out of the

lead. 1
The reason for the Seymour sue
cess was that their five men roll

ed about equal, all over 500, with
Don Rudy on one end with 544
and Bill Coffey 505 at the other
Earl Best rolled 559 for the
Luckies best effort. Sey: Rudy

544. Bowers 513. Bates 514, Gra

ham 531 Coffey -505. Lucky So;

ster 511, Morrow 473, Voss
Soto 471, Best 559.

ALBRQOK RELAY TEAM These four smiling men must be thinking about how nice It will
be to get the gold trophies for the mile relay in the Balboa Relays on March 21-22. They will
make up the mile relay team for Vnt Albrook Flyers and hope to defend the title they won
4ast year. L. to r. they are John Clark, Ted Anemone, Bill Elliott and Jack Hunter.

VFW Teen Champs Returning

To Defend Crown In U.S.

Expected In Two-Day

Track, Field Events

The ninth annual Balboa Relays get under way
tonicrht at Balboa Stadium for the first night of a
two-night stand. Some field events and prelimina preliminaries
ries preliminaries in the individual track events will be held be between
tween between 6:30 and 7:15 p.m. At 7:15 the opening cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies ill take place, then the events will resume
at 7:30.
The Albrook Flyers are favored! wait too long to get your tickets,
to win the Relays with the A. C. The ticket office will also'open
Rams given an outside chance of; at 6 p.m. Saturday night for the
pulling the fat Alt of the fire. In second and iinal night of the 1958
this respect it should be a two iBalboa Relays. All events that are
team race, but in all events the run Friday will be conducted right


and rough.

is going to be tight

through the finals, so there will

be a completely new set of ev events
ents events for the Saturdov nieht oro-

Several Relays records could go1 gram,
by the boards, the mostly likely!




With permission of the authorities and weather permit -ilng,
the 5th Bullfight of the season will be held on
Sunday March 83rd, 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
bulla from the Quiriceo Ranch.

MiNIICI IIMPNP7 trhrV, Mo.lrsi

it':' Outstanding swordsman Manuel Chavez, with their
respective' teams of Banderilleros and Picadores.
Bullfight Doctors:
Teodero Arias, Dr. Anibal Ramos and Dr. Augusta Ramos.

1st Row Reserved ,...5.00
8nd Row ....4.00
3rd Row M .....4.00

General Admission


1st Row 2.50
Bleachers General ...2.00
Bleachers Children ... 1.00

General Children .,...1.50


r'..u ., j qeh Unci Trl 3.S7M- IRtfRIA Rlin.

VWW 1 1 V. 111 1 till ... "--- ----'".-
I rant, Tel. 2-0958; CONCORDIA Drugstore, Tel. 2-2954; Tick Ticket'
et' Ticket' office of Macarena beginning Friday at 2:00 p.m.,
Tel. 2-6220.
' NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: In ease of suspension of the
1 bullfight due to any cause after the placing of banderillas
W J 1 1 II 11 111 1 1.. 11 A.

on me nrs uun mere win ue nw rciuiiu. vue w me ine
that they are Caste bulls there will be no reservations.

R.C. Ni-Hi 3 Eruepea Furniture 1

The old savmg about flirting

with danger and you will get hurt
certainly applied to the Europea

Furniture team. Hey have been

hanging arond the cellar door

for a long time and shove by

the RC Ne-Hi soft drinkers for

three points now find the Euro

oeas m the basement.

At Todd, a snort timer on tne

Isthmus rolling for the R.C. Ne-

hi packed a 5775 set, while BUtcn

McLane was tne nest Europe

had to offer with 531

Europea Lane 531, Leidner

523, Fernandez 455, Schmidt 490,

Melanson 519.

Ne-Hi Allen 448, Todd, 575,

Almeda 529, Kaelin 517, Luttenber

ger 510.

HrfrH&ma 3. IEI Rancho 1

Ed Kunkels' 602 set, the only

one of its kind this week, did not
prevent the Homa lads from eva evacuating
cuating evacuating the cellar and setting
their sights on sixth and fifth
soots before the scheduled runs

out in not too many weeks.

Homa won the opener by 21

Dins and Diled it one in the sec'

ond, and in the third rolled fairly
well but El Rancho rallied and

came up witth 24 pins more than

H. I. Homa. Les Pahl, in train

ing for the Ah Force matches
in Montgomery, Alabama, was

hieh for H. I. Homa with 559.

El Rancho Schniedef43l, Mi

nor 514, Charters KM, Spinney

443, Kunkel 602. V

H.I. Homa: Baker 542, Klumpp

440. Thomas 528. Jamison sis.

Pahl 559.

Chit Chat: All six members of

the Albrook Air Force Base team

which departed Friday morning
for Montgomery, Ala., all rolled
in the Major and Classic Leagues

in Diablo. Both leagues exiena

the best of luck to Carmen Cas

cio, Les Pahl, Chuck, Nunes, mod
Richardson, Jim Davis and Jack



Audie Murphy In
"Guns of Fort Petticoat'
in Megascope and Color!
Ben Gazzara In



The teen-age baseball t e a "ni

sponsored by the 'local Posts of
the Veterans of Foreign wars on
the Isthmus are. planning to re return
turn return to the States to defend their

World Championchip title which
they won last year in Hershey Pa.
Last year the local Posts wait waited
ed waited until it was almost too late to
start raising the funds necessary
to send the team and its menag menag-ersHo
ersHo menag-ersHo the tourney.

This year they have planned
well in advance and have set up

a fund raising committee under

the chairmanship of Fred Huddle

ston to start the ball rolling and

the cash rolling in.
The first big event being plan planned
ned planned is a gigantic county fair and
carnival to be held on the grounds

of the VFW Post located at the

entrance to Gurundu near the Pub-!

lie Affairs building.
The old faithful merry-go round
will be brought back for the kid kiddles,
dles, kiddles, as well as the slide for life

that proved so popular for the
younger set at the recent Kobbe
Carnival. Other rides and games
are being planned but cannot be
announced until they are sure to
be in the line up. All tne old
stand-by games of the county fair

oi which is the discuss. Young Bill

Gibson has gone over 150 feet with
the platter this year, which is a a-bout
bout a-bout 7 feet beyond the current
standard. With a bit of luck and
the added spur of the competition
this lad might get the broad jump
record also. He, has been within
less than an inch of it once ibis
season. The biggest handicap he
will have here is the pit itself,
which has a decided up hill ap approach.
proach. approach. Charlie Morris ef J.C. or Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence Reeves of Ft. Amador could
take the shot put mark ofif the
books. Morris has exceeded It,
by about I inches in practice.
The high jump and pels vault
marks look reTetively safe this

Jim Heinzman, Albrooks vastly
improved miler, ran a 4-:40 plus
race in Cristobal on Monday night.
If he can duplicate this he will get

a new record by several seconds.

The century and high barrier

marks should withstand the as assault
sault assault this year.
Two of the five relays, the med
ley events, are first timers this
year and the winners will get au automatic
tomatic automatic records. In the 440 and

880 events Albrook might pick off

the records, but it isn't too sure.

In the mile relay the time of 3:39

looks good for another year

Balboa High School officials have

Starting times and the order of
events follow:
6:15 p.m. Pole Vault (open)
6:30 p.m. Broad Jump (open)
6:30 p.m. 'Shot Put (open)
6:40 p.m. 100 trials (open)
6:55 p.m. 120 Low Hurdles trials

(Jr. Hi.)

7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m-

7:15 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

7:40 p.m. 440 Relay (Elem)
7:55 p.m. 880 Relay (open)
8:05 p.m. 440 Relay "(Jr. Hi.)
8:15 p.m. 1320 yard rim (Jr. Hi.)
8:25 p.m.lOd yard finals (ope.n
8:35 p.m. Distance Med. Relay (0


Broad Jump (Jr. Hi.)

High Jump (Jr. Hi.)
Opening Ceremonies

Low Hurdles finals (Jr.

6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m,
6:30 p.m.

6:45 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:15 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
7:40 p.m.

High Jump (open)
Discus (open)
High Hurdles, trials to-

60 yard trials (Elem.)
100 trials (Jr. Hi.)
Broad Jump (Elem.)
Shot Put (it, Hi.),
High Hurdles finals (o-
Sprint Med.' May (o-

7:50 p.m. 880 Relay (Jr. HL)

announced that the box office will8:00 p.m. 60 yard fmals (Elem.)
open at 6 p.m. to take care of the 8:10 p.m. Mile Run (open)
earlier ticket seekers. The throng: 8:20 p.m. 440 Relay (open)
that filled the stadium to over-! 8:30 p.m. 100 yard fmals, (Jr. Hi.)
flowing last year is anticipated! 8:40 p.m. Mile Relay (open)
again so it might be best not to 8:50 p.m. Closing Ceremonies

By Conrado Sargeant

Another newcomer was added to
the large number already stabled

at the President, Kemon weirac
yesterday. The three-year-old fil-

i in th Lift y ncW one!ly Amah, by the stakes winning

are in the making.

The Carnival will be held start starting
ing starting at 6 p.m. Friday, March 28
and running through April 1. The
gates will open at 2 p.m. Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday add at 6 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday. The merry-go-round
will open at 3 p.m. on
these last two days in order to
give the kiddies a chance to ride
it during the afternoon.


,185c. 150,


with Van Johnson



with Clark Gable


7 V O L I
25c. 15c.
BANK! 1125.00
with Davy Crockett
with Cornel Wilde


Open at 3 p.m.

Gold Prise $500.00
- Also:
with Maria English



Spanish Program t
Cadena de Mentiras
with Resortes
- Also:

tador matador Manuel (Chicuelfn) Jimenez (above), may get a
chance to execute a graceful "chicuellna" like this one Bun Bun-day
day Bun-day when he appears at La Macarena bullring along with
Spanish bullfighter Jeronimo Pimentel against two specially-bred
and courageous native bulls from Chiriqui and
two full-blooded Mexican bulls. The corrida is scheduled to

start at 4:30 p.m, Tickets went on sale today at the bull
ring's box office.

Sports Briefs


cession notwithstanding, the

Washington Redskins report one

of their biggest pre-season ticket
sales today. The National Football

League team already has passed

the 15,000 mark, a goal they
didn't reach last year until

Aug. 23.

Monthly PWGA Tournament
Tomorrow At Gamboa Club


U.S. (UP)-U.S. Davis Cupper Barry MacKay
of Dayton, Ohio, won two matches

Wednesday in the Alexandria Iu-

- lernational tennis tourney. Mac

Kay. America's most promising

young tennis player, whipped Ivko
Plecevio of Yugoslavia, 6-0, 7-5,
in singles play and then teamed
with Orlando Garrido of Cuba to
win a doubles match over an

Egyptian team.

The Gamboa Golf Cluh will be

Invited by a horde of lady golfers

this weekend. The regular month monthly
ly monthly PWGA tournament will be held
tomorrow March, 22 and the qua qualifying
lifying qualifying rounds for the Cerveceria

Tournament are being played

Thursday, Friday, Saturday and
PWGA members are reminded
that Saturday's matches may be
counted as qualifying rounds in

the Cerveceria torunament as welHpenter.

as in PWGA competition. Howev

er, all lady golfers on the Isthmus,
not necessarily PWGA members,
are invited and urged to enter the
Cerveceria tournament.
Correction to a previous announc
mcntt The Cerveceria tourna-

is a no-handicap toumame n t.

Flights of eight will be set up based

on gross scores timed m during

quainying matches.
The lineup for the PWGA tour tournament
nament tournament is as follows:
8:00 M. Sewell. E. Perantile

8:15 I. Robinson, K. Purdy, A.

8:20 C. Burns, L. Jones, R

8:25 P. Trim, IB. Dilfer, Sy Car


D. La Croix, N

8:30 P. Waring, J

H. Owen.

8:35 Y. Bass,

. J. Clare, Vthtrpe.
8:45 P. Zon, H. Thompson, E



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$1.10 per CAR!


Joan Crawford Rossano
Brazzl in
(Thf aSnCvffi'0


Apache, arrived at Tocumen from
Miami where she was brought by

Luis H. Farrugia.

Amah has a high rating as a
snrinter. The local Dasteboard

track should be made to order for

Rotarians will Dresent the own

er of the winning thoroughbred in
Sunday's Rotary Club Handicap

with a silver tropny. ine one
mile 81.000 feature for sixth se

ries imported horses will be the
ninth race On the program.

Sunday is also the 12th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the racetrack becom becoming
ing becoming a government institution. The
Panama government took over o o-peration
peration o-peration of the now defunct Juan
Franco racetrack after the Com Com-nania
nania Com-nania Himca Nacional failed to

fulfill certain clauses of their con-.

tract with government.
Horse racing has come a long
way since the days ef Juan
France. Track officials, who are
still striving to make the sport
of kings an even mere popular
past-time in Panama, deserve a
great deal ef praise for their
Five newcomers, three two-year-olds
and two four-old fillies, are

scheduled to make their debut this

weekend. The fillies are tne high

ly-rated Cantarrna and Lark, both

bred in Chile. The two-year-olds
are the colt Pah Tostado and the

fUlies Teddv and Dome Fija

1 1 ,: i . j.,,nlif.

vaiiuuiua, a cucsuiui unujura
of Chocker-Cantarela, is owned by

the Haras San Miguel and tram
ed by Manuel Rivera Rivera..

Lark, which makes her debut

in the same race with Cantarina,

is a light bay offspring of Nue

mul U-Alouette. She is the proper

ty of the Stud Los Vencedores and

is trained by Bernardo Domin

gues. Cantarina and Lark are
scheduled starters in Sunday's 11th

race for imported non-winners oa
the local track.

Pan Tostado. Doble Fna and

Teddy are entered for the eighth

race tor two-year-olds tomorrow.

rive other maidens will partici participate
pate participate in a five-furlong sprint'.

Pan Tostado, a brown son of

Pain Grille-Mocosa, is owned by

I miss ueua Aceveao ana trained

Bfbby Devm Vet.- -

Doble f na is owned and train

ed by Prudencio Pinillo. She is

a brown filly by Pain Grille

of Mas Fna.

v Teddy, a brown offspring of

sy-La Truite, is owned by

Rachel M. Scalise and trainedfrby

James Waint.
The Stud tt's Tatiganica is
back under the handling of Lee
L. Sainten. Hugo de la Penha
had been training the disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing filly in her most recent
Miss Camila Soto is listed

as the new owner, of the native

cold Napa. Juan A. Jimenez III

is in charge of getting the,;, ani

mal ready.

The Squire and introduction will

race under the colors of the stud

Corzo in the future. Herman

Waite is listed as, their new train


Darnel Hubert acquired the over

sized and slow-moving filly Cuca.

Hilbert will1 also groom and tain
the mare himself.

Hiafffinn. which ran his la fit. iWn

races under the colors of the Stud
Miura, is back with the Stud Ma Ma-ricris.
ricris. Ma-ricris. Ernesto Paris Will train the
disappointing Argentine racer.







Manuel Years was back on the

beam yesterday at Gulf stream
Park. He outrode Gordon OHsson
to win by a Half length aboard
Dancing Roman iri the second

race. Dancing Roman paid $33.-

40 to win.

Along The Fairways

Gamboa Golf Club announces the

winners of the two-club tourna

ment held at the club last week

end as follows:

Low Gross Men) P Bell.
Low net (Men) F. Schulz.
2nd Low net (Men) C, Mc Mc-Glade.
Glade. Mc-Glade. There was a three-way tie for

third low net for the men so there
will be a prize for each of them.

A. T. Van Gelder, H. Munyon,
and L. Stevenson.
For the women there were two
Low net E. Stevenson.
2nd. Low net S. Batson.
Will the above winners please
stop by the club to collect their
prizes. Hope thhat all of you
members had a lot of good fun out
them Saturday and Sunday. Now
watch for the next tournament


PAfif flVFR
Sculptor, Gramilla Tangle In $600 Sprint Race

Leading Jockeys Baeza,
Gustines To Ride Top
2 In Six Furlong Dash


The Stud ho State's disappointing Sculptor and I d&

Suited bv a stellar mound per

formance by pitcher Luther Qumn,
the Coco Solito Cubs rolled to an
eight run win over the scoreless

Colonial Braves in Atlantic Armed

Forces little League play last Fri

guinn held the Braves to three

the Stud Chiriqiii'i once brilliant mare Gramilla VJS

Will CMptf neaa on lumurruw aiieiiivuii mi mc ica-
tured $000 tix furkm tlaeh for third series import import-ed
ed import-ed thoroughbreds at the President Remon racetrack.

': I9H ''V'
;ln-and-outer Germanio and the
Improve Ttailajideagua are ; the
only two scheduled starters in a
focr-aorta field.
The track'! two riding sensations
leading jocMty Braulio Baeia and
his arch-rivaP HeUodoro Gustines,
will be aboard Sculptor ami Gra Gramilla,
milla, Gramilla, retpectively. Amado Credi Credi-dio,
dio, Credi-dio, who gets the most of Germa Germanio,
nio, Germanio, will ride the latter and Carlos
Quiros will guide Manandoagua.
Sculntor fieures to 'be an odds

on mutuels lavorite on the basis
of his victory and third place iin-

lsh in his last two starts. However.
Gramilla' will be well backed and
could upset the applecart. The lat latter
ter latter hasn't raced since she led the
field into the homestretch three

weeks ago in one of the two auali

rias Paredes Classic. She blew up

in the stretch and wound up next

to last.
Three fifth series $500 seven fur

long spriats, a special five furlong
dash lor two-year-olds and a race

for non-winners except Riotous

could make the card an exciting


Ottincr back to the fiuitinea.

Baeza rivalry, the boys wilt clash

on six occasions with Heliodoro s
mounts rated better than Brau-

lio's. Gustines also has three Oth

er riding assignments for a total

of nine mounts


inning which drove home center1

fielder Tony Halts and rightfieluer

Jack Drydale. Vera McNamee, Cub
shortstop, started the second in inning
ning inning off with a double and was
driven in by first basemen Charles
Bialkowski's hard hit single.
Third baseman Jack Butson

slammed a single in the fourth

stanza wiucn orougm turner yuuui
across the plate. Left fielder Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Poppa also doubled in the fourth
-period and came home on a Dry
dale single. Drydale got his second
RBI of the day in the fifth stanza
when he slashed a single that
bnnight catcher Joe Koch home
from third base.
Losing Brave pitcher Pedro Mon Mon-tan
tan Mon-tan gave uo eleven hits to the

Sandokan and Monaco are ex- powerful Cub sluggers. Brave first

eluded from the betting in the

third and fifth races, respective respectively,
ly, respectively, for natives. Except for this
pair, the rest of the card shapes

fying races for the Francisco A- up as much better than average

Race Track Graded Entries


1st Race 7tfi frirles Imp. A Pas. Purse $400.00

1 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 112 Usually disappoints
2 Miss P. H. Gustines 10ft Form indicates
1-Fifito G. Sanchez 112 Will fight it out
4 Cachafaz F. Alvarez 113 Should be close up
i Resuelto K. Floret 110 -Ran well- in last
(Edith Piaf A. Credidio 110 -Depend! on start
T (Tiny Brook J. Gongora 112 Could surprise here
MP. Vanidad A. Credldio 110 -Depends on start

Peel Closet 1:00

4- 1
2- 1
5- 2
3- 1
4- 1
5- 1

M Rate

'Special" Imp. 1 Fas. Purse 3M Peel Closet 1:30

1 Now Thai B. Aguirre 110 Great effort in last 5-2
2 Mouche H. Gustines 108 Returns in good shape 3-2
S Golden Rocket G. Hidalgo 110 -Has high rating 3-1
4 Pepin H. Ruiz 108 Far from racing form 50-1
5 Riotous C. Bovil 113 In fight to finish 2-1
Jackbit R. Cristian 113 Dangerous contender 5-2

Srd Race "A-B'

Natviet Fas. Purse $500.00

Pool Closes 1:00

1 Tanara
. i-Yosikito
. t-Frijottto
i 4-3r. Bill
- Sandokin

F. Alvarez 10 Strong effort last 3-1

vA. Rdyys R, 102 Distance to liking 4-1
A. Credidio 102 Cohaiatent performer 1 '5-
B. Baeza 105 Could pay off in mutuels 5-2
H. Gustines 110 Should be runnerup 3-5
R. Vasquez 124 -Excluded from betting XXXX

baseman Eirain Aymat got the

first hit of the day for the Bravet
with a second inning single. The
next Brave hit came in the fifth
inning when catcher Tom Benero
tied into a single. The Braves big
bit came in the sixth period when
centerfielder Roger Paris tagged
a double. All the Braves' men fail failed
ed failed to reach home.
In Tuesday evening's action the
Cubs took a 12-run 11-hit win over
the Fort Davis Rangers who ma managed
naged managed to score seven times on four
hits. Winning pitcher Jor the Cubs
was Jack Drydale while taking the
loss for the Rangers was Ernest
Little. Lettle got a double in the
sixth inning for the only Ranger
RBI of the game driving home Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Rodriguez.
Luther Quijnn took hitting honors
for the Cub by getting four for
four, two singles and two doubles.

Qui mi got doubles in the first and
setond innings accounting for three
RiBl's and singles in the third and
fifth stanzas with another RBI re resulting
sulting resulting from the last single. First
Charles Bialkowski came

through with a smashing double

in the third inning which brought
home right fielder Ronnie Thompson.

4 Race Ml Series Imp. 4 Fgs. Purse $400.00


TAMPA, Sometime back Charles

Dilllion Stengel was named chair

man of the board of the Glendale
(Calif.) bank, which is located in
the home city of the Yankees
colorful manager.
Of late there have been reports

of a marked change iff manner.

attitude, even speech. A touring
journalist had emerged from a
press conference incredulous, r.

' Tbvs is tragic. Now everything

me guy says you can unaer

Heretofore a Stengel press con

ference wss distinguished by non

sequrturs rampant on a field of
incomprehensible but fascinating

jargon a challenge to ear and
nerves. Even so, it had its points
For one, the man could never
claim- he was misquoted.
His magnanimous regard for
the prospects of clubs commonly
Considered, as Yankee rivals for
the pennant was another curious
departure.... "The hite Sox will
be very dangerous "Detroit
has greatly improved.". .."Don't
sell the Red Sox short ""Phis
promises to be a close, exciting

He might well have been read reading
ing reading from a script prepared by the
front office designed to stimulate
the sale of season tickets,. Proba Probably
bly Probably bankers reason that when
business is good.. .even if it's the

other fellows... somehow they II

get a piece of it.
As we sat in the dugout with
the Glendale financer before yes

terdays game with the Reds here,

we noted still another sign of an
altered personality. The plebeian
"either' s had been benched in fa

vor of the more fastidious "eye-

ther.". t
"Now as for my shortstop, all
I can say at this stage is thst
eyethet it will be McDougald
or Kubek.
This was becoming embarras embarrassing.
sing. embarrassing. Charles Dillon Stengel, .the
banker, was a bore. We had come
to talk with Casey Stengel, the
baseball manager. Abruptly we
blurted: 'Who are you trying to
kid about a 'dote exciting ra,ce.'
If Ford arm is OK you will win
in a romp. That did it.
Ole Case winked expansively
and croaked: "You know how far
we win by last year if he don't get

hurt? From here to China, And
lit rtetfcf thieOfd-i arm's

as sound at ever.
Then he want down the line,

Fool Closes 2:30

1 Nogalino
4 Puerto

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VAT .mam

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7 Paquetito


R. Cristian 113 Form indicates 3-2
G. Sanchez 110 Good early speed 2-1
A. Credidio 110 Could be upsetter 3-1
C. IBovii 105 Depends on start i 4-1
E. Ortega 103 -Bad legs hamper lO-l
J. Jimenez 105 Nothing to indicate 30-1
F. Alvarez 115 Mutuels favorite EVEN

Mi Race "C and D" Nats. Fgs. Furse $425.0

ii 1 Chito V. Castillo 110 Should be runnerup

I 2 Don Brigido A. Reyes R. 113 Long overdue

Pool Closes 1:00


I SUTincat

4-(Brae Val
R 5 (Soberano
P -Monaco

J. Jimenez 105 Ran well in return

J. Pihllipt 110 -Poor effort in last
B. Aguirre 115 Has strongest finish
H. Gustines 115 -Excluded from betting

2- 1
3- 2

Mi. Reao Mi Seriat Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
li 1-Pleudo F. Hidalgo 115 -Worth longshot bet 10-1
Ii 2 The Squire C. Quiros 103x-Nothing to indicate 30-1
I B-DonDani A. Credidio 105 -Blazing early speed 15 1
" 4-Picararo A. Alfaro I07x-Could be upsetter 10-1
S-Venganza B. (Baeza 110 Rates outside chance 6-1
i Englith Won. H. Gustines 110 Seems best here EVEN
I T Coral 6. Milord 102xWould pay fat odds 10-1
f Narcotico R. Vasquez 115 No. 1 contender 3-2
I My Friend B. Aguirre 1J0 -Last doesn't count 4-1

Mi Rata Mi Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Furse $500.00 Feel Clefts 4:10


i 1 Tisiano H. de Garcia 112x Nothing to recommend 50-1

(2 Grand Finish A. Credidio 108 Returns from Jeyoff 10-1
S Elko J. Talavera llOx Good early apeed 15-1

1 I 4 Cartillero H. Gustines log impressive win last 5 2

I 5-Heroico B. Baeza 115 -Win fight it out 2-1

f 6-Opulento G. Sanchez 115 -Should beat these 3-2

7 Mirtmo F. Alvarez 110 Reportedly recovered 3-1
S-Cypress Bull A. Vaaqnei 113 -Has strongest finish 5-1

Ml Raco J-yr.-olds Imp, S Fgs. Prsa M50.00 Fool Closes 4:40


1 Corviglia F. Hidalgo 108 Showed nothing in debut
2 Mi Locura C. Quiros 108 Improving slowly
8 Pangal J. Phillips 106 -Has late foot
4 Mulchen H. Gustines 115 Should make it now

5 Pan Tostado V, Caatillo 115 Still a bit green
11...L..J. T- ,.A.'t tin ttfMi a, i Fi i

6 Alucmado

8 Doble Fija

R. Cristian 112 -Will fight it out

B. Aguirre 112 Reportedly speedy
J, Gongora 112 Unknown quantity



3- 2
4- 1


Mi Raco Mi Series Imp. 7 Fgt.Purst $500.00

Fool Clows 5:15

1 Distingo A. Vasquez 113 Powerful race last
2 Nagir B. Baeza 115 Jockey may help
3r-As You Like H. J. Tala. llOx Last was revealing
4 Thunderstreak H. Gustin. 113 Usually falters
5 Me'.el F. "Alvarez 115 -In fight to finish
6 Minuondo A. Ycaza 110 Returns in good shape
7 Bathal B. Aguirre 115 Aiming for kill here



2- 1
3- 1

10th Race 3rd Series Imp. 4 Fat. Furto $400.00 Fool Closet 1:40

1 Manandoagua A. Quiros lOOx Rider only handicap
2 Germanio A. Credidio 105 Favorite rider up
3 Gramilla H. Gustines 110 Will set. the pace
4 Scttlpter Baeza 108 -Seems best here




lltfi Race "G" Natives Fgs. purs $375.00 Peel CleitP 4:05

lDon Manuel B. Aguirre 108 -Distance handicaps 5 1
2 Olimnico C. Bovil 112 Distance to liking EVEN
3- L azza Ladra R. Go. tio -Doesn't seem likely 5-1

4-C t-i . J. rhilhps 110 -Promising filly EVEN


Phil. (N) 000 200 033 8 11

N Y. (A) 204)14 0OX 11 17

Cardwell, Conley (5), Snyder

(7), Hearn (8) and Lopata, Burk

rora, unm (b; ana biancn biancn-ard.
ard. biancn-ard. WP-Ford. LP Cardwell.
HRS Mantle, Simpson.

taking the Yankees position for
position, and when he ended we
got the impression the pennant
race would be over beiore Laoor
Day. 7
"They say' I got trouble at first
and third and out there in left
field. That'sa laugh I got four
good men that can play any one
of them spots. Trouble? I'm like
a feller that ajn't got nothing but
caviar to eat."
,. As usual, the Yakees have a

stickout rookie Deron Johnson,

10 year-old. 200-pound, right-hand

slugger who hit 24 homers with

Binghamton and was the Eastern
League's most valuable last year.
Th front office thinks he's too
young. All he can do is hit the
ball a mile, run a mile and catch
it, throw strikes to the plate. K
he's dlder, what else can be do
Grow a long beard?
But Don Larsen, the perfect perfect-game
game perfect-game pitcher is the manage1!
current rave.... "Last year he win
five straight before we go into the
Series. And I say to him:-'You
can win 55 straight if you get your
arm in shape Quicker.'

"Next spring T want you to.
report ready to pitch. So, what
does the feller' do?. Gets himseii
married to one "of them pretty,
little airlines hostesses, and when
he reports I never see him look
so wonderful. I may even pitch
him in the opening game. Yes, sir,
Eddie Rickenbacker did a great
thing when he invented aviation. v
Notwithstanding Ole Case's en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for Larsen, Whitey Ford

continues as his No. I pitcher....
"Hes my killer. He beats the
teams we got to beat. Wins the
big games. When they do beat
him they got to be lucky.
Yogi Berra popped into the
duguot, pured himself a drink tn
water.... "You've met Mr. Berra,
of course, said Ole Case with an
elaborate Emiry Post gesture.
"Mr. Berra is a capitalist now.
Owns a bowling alley. I I'm nice
to him maybe I can get his bank banking
ing banking business.'
Moving from second to short
last year, Gil McDougald had
been a complete success. Yet
there vat a question now that he
Would remain there. Why Tony
Kubek instead? "I didn't aay
Kubek is my shorstop. I said it
would eyethr be."
Charles Dillon SteagaL, the
financier, was back. We bade him
a swift adieu.

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Cinci. (N) 000 000 010 1 0 1
Mil. (N) 420 120 20x 11 12 1
Schmidt, Rabe (4), Freeman
(6), Smith (8) and Gailey; Buhl,
Conley (3), Johnson 7) and Sa Sa-watski.
watski. Sa-watski. WP-Buhl. LP- Schmidt.
HRS Aaron (2, Hanebrink, Sa Sa-watski.
watski. Sa-watski. AT FT. MYERS, FLORIDA
Kan. City tA) 001 200 010 4 7 2
Pitts. (N) 032 110 OOx 7 10 2
Urban, Tsitouris (4), Trucks (7)
and Chiti; Kline, Face (6) and
Rand. WP-Klme. LP-Urband.

Slice-Less Golf Driver May
Make Fearless Fraley Terror
Of The Fairways He Says

CFN's Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
CFN has announced the follow following
ing following radio sports schedule. Any
changes in the schedule will be
announced over Panorama each
night at 6:45 o'clock.
March 23: National Invitational
Basketball finals at 1 p.m.
March 29: Baseball, Chicago

White Sox vs N. Y. Yanks at 1:30

p.m. j
March 27: Golf show at 4:30
.j 1
Racetrack Tips

1-Mitt Patience
3- Argyla
4- PamtareHa ,
5- Chito
4- English Wonder
I- Mulchan
II- Ollmplce

Soberano ()
, Ciria

NEW YORK (P)-Sam Snead

may as well retire today and the
young guyi like Ken Venturi and
Dow Fintterwald had "better re resign
sign resign themselves to scrapping over
second money.

The reason for this is that

Toney Penna, MacGregor's gen

ius of the greens, has developed

new driver, it's tne greatest

boon to golf since girl playert
were permitted to .wear thortt be because
cause because with this club it it impot impot-tible
tible impot-tible to t ice.

And Old Fearless, who was the

model of this new slice-less driv driver,
er, driver, it heading for the pro tour.

Scot Waa Wrong
Being the banana ball, or slic

ing, champion of the world is the

only thing which ever nas stopped

me from beina the new varoon.

Despite my innate modesty, I

mutt admit tnat in every ower
department of- the game I am

flawless. But, on, mote oanana

balls off he tee!

Like the time I stepped up on

the first tee at historic St. An

drews. Wanting to hit one within

reasonable distance of he ta r r-way,
way, r-way, 1 told my ancient Scots

"Boy, I'll drive with tne two


He shook his head and. hand

ing me my driver, said grimly:

"Mon, we don't do tnot ovcrrr


Shamed into it, I used the driv driver
er driver with thee xpected results. It

was the granddaddy of ail ba

nana balls. On the second tee, tne
ancient Scot didn't say a word.

But even he had teen enough and
tradition went by the boards.

He handed me the two iron.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) (UP)-Archie
Archie (UP)-Archie Dees of Indiana and Pete
Brennan of North Carolina have
been added to the East squad for
the annual East-West All-Star bas basketball
ketball basketball game here Sunday. Pre Previously
viously Previously named to the team were
Guy Rodgers and Jay Norman of
Temple. Lloyd Sbarrar of West
Virginia and Connie Dlerking o'

concrete and went through the

windshield of a bus.
The second time I was playing

with Tommy Bolt at Boston. My

drive was a low line drive foul o.

third base. It was chest high
when it struck a sweet young
thing of the mantlepiece.
Mother always told me when
something hurt that I should rub
it. Naturally, I figured it must

nurt. l rubbed.
She slapped.
But all of these woes are be

hind me and -1 have visions of
standing up there with a modest
smile while they hand m the

u.!. upen Trophy.

Shoots To Left

Naturally, when you have such

Sports Briefs

DETROIT (P) Harrv Sewe'l

a former University of Texas
guard, has signed his sixth con contract
tract contract with the Detroit Lions of the
National Football League. Seell
was a standout on the LionF NFL

championship team last season
and played later in the Pro Bowl


XKJSNXON, N.J. (UP)- Offi Officials
cials Officials at the Trenton International
Speedway haven't given up hope
Oi getting world champion driver
Juan, Manuejl Fangio of Argentina
to compete in the 100-mile race
here March 30. Fansio is kxrv.

ed to decide Thursday if he wi.f

emenne race.


DENVER (UP) Heavyweight
boxer Harold Carter will be un

able to meet Nino Valdes of Cuoa
here April 3 because of a hand

a scandalous slice you get in the injury. It was believed either

aim far off to the left and get
. . i e .ii

a vengetut ton o. sausiacuon
when the ball curia over disaster
and plumps back in on the fair'

But when some accident occurs

under these circumstances and
you hit it straight you really are
in trouble.

Twice in a long career I have

hit straight drives. As I was al allowing
lowing allowing for a huge slice, these nat naturally
urally naturally were disastrous.

The first time was on a hole

with a busy trislrwar on the Wt.

The ball took one bounce on the

Cleveland Williams of Houston or

Wayne Bethea of New York would

be named as a replacement.


Georgia Tech All-America center
Don Stephenson has signed to

play professional football with the
Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadi Canadian
an Canadian Football League's Western Di Division.
vision. Division. Stephenson was (he Wash Washington
ington Washington Redskins' 19th dra.t choice
last year.

THE WHOLE TROUBLE Robin Roberts, center, shows Phillie coaches Andy Seminick,
left, and Benny Bengoueh his new pitching grip. But it's probably only for the camera because
the team insists he needs a new pitch and Roberts, 20-game loser last year, disagrees.

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POSTER'S Cottages and Larg
Batch Horn. On mil past tha
Caaino. Phona Balbea 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaniide Cottages
Santa Clan R. alt P. Mn Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama 3-1877 Criitobal 3-1673.
beach collage. Information call
4349, Balboa.
FOR RENT Panthous, nie
view, thro bodrooma, terrac
etc For information call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4641 during office
FOR RENT I" th Urbani Urbanisation
sation Urbanisation Loi Angeles, part of on
Chalet, living dining room, one
bedroom, kitchen, bathroom,
perch, garage and garden to
responsible family without chil children.
dren. children. Call 2-3199.
FOR RENT Small furnish"
Chalet, one bedroom, with in interior
terior interior service, IrvroB, dining
room, ltchen, good yard, for
information, atreet 50 No.
FOR RENT OR SALE Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful and comfortable residence
In Urbanisacion Obarrio. Call
Julita Maduro. Tel. .3-2671.
Hndreds Of Elks
Plan To Attend
Picnic Al Summit
Tin 1 nrnnarations were being
made today for the annual Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side Elks picnic to Summit
Gardens Sunday.
Hundreds of Elks and the i r
friends are planning to attend the

1 1 Houses

outing, which will leature Dau
games between married and
' single men and tours through the
'experimental gardens during the
: first hours of the picnic.
' Picnickers are scheduled to
'itart leaving for the picnic
grounds before 8 a.m. via regular
buses from Shaler road. However,
: special buses will be provided for
, the return trip from Summit,
' which officially begins at 5 p.m.
Jabao Jsrvis and his orchestra
will begin to play music for danc1
Ing at 11 a.m. until the picnic

Although many picknickers will
take their own lunches, the organ organizing
izing organizing committee will have hotdogs
sandwiches, soft drinks and other
refreshments on sale.
1 Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of the Canal Zone,
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
L. Lux, deceased. Notice to Creditors
Probate No. 9474.
Public notice ia hereby given that the
thikll Administrator of the Canal Zone
la the administrator of the estate ot
Samuel L. lux, aeceesea. ana m mi
person having claims against the said
decedent are required to file them with
the necessary vouchers in the office of
th Clerk of the United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
at Alteon, Canal Zone, or to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers at
the office of the Public Administrator,
Boom 207, Civil Affairs Building, An
con, Canal Zona, not later than Jan
umr-r 14. 1959
Claims not "to presented by said date
Will be "$AM1!9 MARSHALL
Public Administrator.
Canal Zone
United Slates District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
WlMam E. Crothers, Plaintiff vs, Co Cora
ra Cora Marie Crothers, Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4646. CivU. Civil Docket
SI Action for Mvorce.
To the above named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you' by default for. the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS tha Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this March 5, 1958.
C. T. McCormkk, Jr.
By a Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
!To Cora Marie Crothers:
The fofeioinK summons is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
A 41,- ". ..V...I W
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated March 4. 1958, and entered and
tiled In this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
tftvurt for the Division of Balboa, c
March 4, 1958.
C. T. McCormick. Jr.
BysLols E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
Large dining room set, 10
pieces. Colonial style.' spe special
cial special for Coco Solo apart apartments.
ments. apartments.
Make your' offer.
English Fufjaitye Store
7th St. Bolivar Ave.
Phone 334, Colon


ATTENTION, 0. I.I Just bus
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold
Phone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT Furnished three
bed-room apartment. Hot water.
Television, Garage. Special price
for 5 months. Phone 3-2279
after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT Best located,
small furnished apartment. Near
al bus stops. 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 Large cool two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
porches, maid's room. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, Cafle 49 No. 13, Grecia.
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. yi
FOR RENT 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living dining room, balco balcony,
ny, balcony, garage, maid's room, hot wa water,
ter, water, elevator. In 5th floor, 50th
Street and Ave. Manuel Maria
Icaia. Tel. 3-4944.
FOR RENT Modern spacious
furnished two bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Ave. Peru 37-20.
FOR RENT Two furnished
apartments. One in front Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel, on bedroom, living,
dining room, all services, hot
water, garage, $75.00. On at
San' Francisco, 1 bedroom and
kitchen $45.00. 3 2930.
FOR RENT Lara cool two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
porches, maid's room. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, Calle 49 No. 13, Grecia.
Florida Zoo Owner
Musi Pay Meal Check
To Reclaim Giraffe
Agriculture Ieprt.,
t?injt, mn numor tnrlav triett tc
outfumble each other as the dead'
line neared for picking up. a
$2,100 food check for a female gir giraffe.
affe. giraffe. The 12-foot tall lady in ques questionnow
tionnow questionnow named "Moneybags
is placidly gulping down more
food at the officially estimateq
rate of $125 a month, or $4.17 a
day. f :
Moneybags landed in New York
from Africa a year and a half
en hound for Jack James Ped-
ersen's Drivate zoo at Boca Ra
ton, Fla. But the Agriculture De De-nartment
nartment De-nartment refused to let Pedersen
import her and impounded her at
its quarantine station at iiuuui,
N. J.
Pedersen complained and last
month the U. S. Court of Appeals
ordered Moneybags released. The
department said Pedersen would
. il t .l L111 ti 4-
nave to pay me ieeo piu iirsu.
The zooman sent nis lawyer ro
Federal Judee F. Dickinson Letts
here Wednesday for an injunction
to prevent the government irom
billing him. Letts gave the depart department
ment department until noon Friday to decide
what to do.
The lawyer, Ernest C. Tucker,
complained, "It's like being in
jail. The court decides you should
not have been there but then the
jailer wants you to pay for the
food vou ate.
"We 11 sure feed ltfor less than
that in Florida," he added.
But a department spokesman
said, "We've taken good care of
that giraffe for a long time.
Under that "good care tne
1-2-year-old giraffe has grown
up to be a big girl 12 feet tall.
News Dispatches
About Algeria
Must Be Cleared
PARIS. March. 21 (UP)- Cor
respondents in Algiers have been
advised Dy rencn muuary au
thorities that ail dispatcnes on
currents military operations in
Aleeria henceforth must be sub
mitted for official clearance, it
was learned today.
The authorities complained inai
publication of stories about oper operations
ations operations while they were continu continuing
ing continuing had hampered, slowed or de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the effectiveen8S of some
such actions in the past few days.
The order that dispatcnes oe
submitted for official clearance
before being published was an announced
nounced announced bv CoK Lucien Juille,
cabinet chief for Gen. Raoul Sa
lan, French commander-in-cme
in Algeria.
.Tuillp made no mention of pen
alties against correspondents who
violated the resulations. But aides
indicated those who did would be
considered guilty of divulging mil
itary secrets.
NEW YORK, March 21 (UP) (UP)-General
General (UP)-General Instrument Corp. today
announced it has acquired the re remaining
maining remaining 14 per cent of the out outstanding
standing outstanding stock of Radio Receptor
Co., Inc. of Brooklyn, General In Instrument
strument Instrument bought a controlling in interest
terest interest last April.

i.eavs row ad with one or our. agents or our, omen at rs-sr ir mm. tax -JJ i a L!5 iNiVAatSili'!
BABDO Nr It Street MORRISON 4th f My Are. it J St LEWIS SKRVlCAre TtveJjt. PATMACM
"ARMACIA LUX 14 Omr.1 Aver,., BOUSEHOI .0 EXCHANUt-J IP 4 It Oss A ''i J 2? wi-"22li? sTiT McVKIl ABslil ATSIB TssWj
VAN-DKR-JIS S Street N SS ARMACIA El BATUR0 a.r.e Lefevr I Dtreet r ABM A CIA "SA8"-Vl Potrf Ht NOTED ADE1 ATTO W
the Bella Vtata Theatre. COLON: Central A react IL1SS TH 431
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FOR SALE Model "A" Ford
Sedan. Excellent, condition. Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Boat Club.
Will pay spot cash for good late
model cars. Phone all day, Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-4966 or 2-2616. Autos
Eisenmann next to Coca Cola
FOR- SALE 1952 Buidc Su Super,
per, Super, 2 doors, hard top, perfect
condition $750.00 also 150 ft.
galvanized chain. Cheap. House
88-B Coco Solito, Tel. 902.
FOR SALE Chrysler 1950
Convertible, radio, whit tires,
new, duty paid, insurance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst anything. Price $800.00
Humberro Carol, mechanic;. Tel.
FOR SALE 1954 Ford V8
Customline, Fordomatic radio,
'heater, seat covers. Excellent
condition. Call Curundu 5248
after 5 o'clock.
FOR SALE Today's buy: Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man Minx 1 957, twotene white white-wall
wall white-wall leather upholstery,! etc.
$1488 rill accept tradeins, can can-be
be can-be financed. Will pay cash for
good late model cars. Auto Eis Eis-enman
enman Eis-enman next to Ceca Cola's plant
phona 2-4966 or 2-2616.
FOR SALE 1957 Ford con convertible
vertible convertible hard-top, air-conditioned,
with all accessories. Phona
3-6966 Panama. Pablo Herrera.
FOR SALE 1956 Buick Spe Special
cial Special 2 doer with air conditioning
standard shift, beautiful car, on only
ly only $1895.00. House 73-D Co Coco
co Coco Solito.
1954 Chevrolet 3105, Vi ten
panel. Under 50,000 miles.
Good Shape. $650.00 or best
higher offer. Call 2-2294 Pan Panama
ama Panama 7:30-4 p.m. Not duty paid.
FOR SALE 1955 Chevrolet,
2-doer, powerglide, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Cristobal 2457.
FOR SALE 1 948 Wash Coup,
radio, $150.00. Call Ancon 2 2-2398
2398 2-2398 after 4:30.
FQR SALE 1956 Chevrolet
2-door sports sedan. $1600.
5289-B Diablo. Tel. 2-3435.
trained Chiropodist wiU relieve
any toot trouble, corns, callous-
sea, Ingrown toe nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCROLL'S"
l, Arosemeoa Ave. 33-41
- tel. 3-2217
International Jewelry
155 Central Av,e.
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on your
, present car through
Panama City.
Phone 3-4981 3-4BSS
March 23, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. z-ieei

Camera sale: Speed graphic 600 -dollars
of equipment for 100
dollars. Call Balbea 4274.
FOR SALE Small factory pro producing
ducing producing construction materials.
Product has good market. Of
special interest to Atlantic Side.
Priced to sell quickly. For infor information
mation information write "FABRICA" co
offers invitation to bid en, con contract
tract contract to operate a RADIO T.V.
REPAIR SHOP in Curundu, C.Z.
Prospective bidders are invited
tb visit the operations. Bid
should be submitted in duplicate,
in sealed envelopes properly
identified on the outside, and
enclosed in another envelope ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Installation Offi Officer.
cer. Officer. Bids will be opened 1400
hours on 15 April 1958 in the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information call Curun Curundu
du Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE Amateur Radio
Equipment: Three beams, 10,
15 and 20 meters; Rotator with
power supply, Phone patch,
Panadapter, Gonsot Super-six
Converter. Less than one half
original cost. Overall, K25HO.
House 6251, Los Rioa.

Borguiba Tells Solons US,
British Prevented Conflict

TUNIS, March 21 (UP) -Pres-ilent
Habib Bourguiba, re-affirming
Tunisia's tics with the West,
said today that the United States
and Britain had prevented armed
conflict in his Nerth African na na-ton.
ton. na-ton. In a major policy speech to
Parliament, Bourguiba urged the
Tunisian people to have patience
ana said tne united states and
Britain would help win total with
drawal of French forces from
Tunisian soil.
It was an obviouily concilatory
move by Bourguiba. who only
last week had warned he might
have to withdraw from the West Western
ern Western camp unless he received sup support
port support from the West in the Franco Franco-Tunisian
Tunisian Franco-Tunisian crisis. i
Bourguiba had Indicated at that
Cerveza Balboa
Mercurio Jewelry


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12 7
12 8
11 9
9 11
8 11
7 13
h 14

i-a mascots
Smoot and Paredes
Rambler, Hull Motors
Rodelag 3, Smoot and Parados 1
The "Rodelag" members got
themselves out of a "slump" and
out of the 'cellar" by taking three
points from the "Smoot and Pa Paredes"
redes" Paredes" team.
Team captain, C. Diaz showed
tne way with a 427 series: E.
Montoya was right behind him
wit a 421. O. Morehouse came up
Ii!- L I A It m
wun me Desi series ior me s ana
m team and finuhed with a 444
while J. Cruz, helped with a 380.
La Mascot a 3, Cerveza Balboa 1
Even though the "Cerveza Bal
boa" dropped three points to "La

Mascota" they still lead the packJ

ana neia ttgnt to fust place. "La
Mascota," on their part, took three
points yet dropped from second to
third place. M. Nunez, and F. A
guirre were responsible for this
"drop" with series of 501 and 448
r or me losers u was k. saiz with
448 and the efforts of W. McCom-
as with a 356 that accounted for
their one point.
Mercurio Jewlry 4,
Rambltr, Hull Motors 9
'Mercurio" pulled a "tight

squeeze" past the "Ramblers' and
took all four points. They couldn't
do anything wrong, at least that

is the way the 'Ramblers' felL
The "Ramblers" did not get


"breaks." C. Garza finished with

tne best series lor the winners

with 431 and the cooperation
Hodge with 380 helped to bring all

the points. LaGrange was the best

keggler for the "Ramblers' with
a 424 while Serna could only help

with a 411.
Malrboro 1, Volkswagen 1

The "Marlboro" men had their

minds set on a win, and they

brought home three points from

the "Volkswagen' but it was
"hard-work" all the way, special

ly on that second game "Marlbo

rri" outscored their first g a m el
with 33 pins. Team captain Sphros
rolled a 202 and yet Dropped it to
the 'Volkswagen-men" thanks to
Paoli and Sierra that rolled. 185

and 161. It was Spiros showing

way -with a 493 secies and the co cooperation
operation cooperation made by F. Dominguez
with a 476 series.
For the Volkswagen, it was C.

Real Estate

FOR SALE Six lots, beach
front, at Palm Beach, San Car Carlos,
los, Carlos, sold separately or all togeth together
er together 2500 square meters. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Telephone 3-0193.
FOR SALE Completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottage at Gorgona Beach.
Swim, fish, relax. Party who
wished to buy unable raise mon money.
ey. money. Phone Balboa 4474,
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 15 H.P. Evinrude,
outboard motor good condition.
Navy 3197 or 908-A Rousseau.
rnD CAI C TLnlokU k.,t
jM feet, completely equipped,
' I .ii i:k...i... ..'i.ll
easy payment. Call Tel. 3-7206.
Telecomputing Corp. today an-
nounced receipt of a $489,000 sub subcontract
contract subcontract from Martin Co. calling
for roll controlled gyros for the
Martin Bullpup air-to-ground mis
sile. The gyros are guidance sys
tern components for missiles.
Paoli and J. Vasquez, with series
01 439 and 432.
time that Britain and the United
States had unil todav the sec
ond anniversary of Tunisia's in
dependence irom France to
choose between this nation and
r ranee in the controversy
lOday, however, the Tunisian
president told the constituent as
I am happy to reeognize the
rple of the Vestern Powers in
me present crisis. I say this sin
cereiy, wnnout.reservations."
Aiinougn HCurguiba referred
irequenny to French "threats"
against Tunisian sovereignty, ob observers
servers observers agreed that the tone of
his speech was moderate.
Bourguiba Speaks
Bourguiba snnke a TPs AM nVi
Premier Felix Gaillard weighed a
compromise Tunisian proposal
that was presenter) tn him ;
Parisjesterday by the il S. and
British "good offices" negotia negotia-tors.
tors. negotia-tors. Gaillard wat tv,..t j
with a Cabinet crisis if he com-
u"8 ?n. ine Tunisian issue.
The Tunisian president said to today
day today that "considering present
condition he would not deliver
SL0? iute of the tion"
speech he had prepared. He con- luinseu to tne present situa situation
tion situation instead of reviewing devel developments
opments developments since independence
. This was believed due to a feel-
SS" iM Bo"r?.uib's counter-proposals
for settling the crisis with
that i they .ight be aVepted by
lame were ot surh
kitty that cuter Kim Novak is
cuddling is "Pyewacket," who
has a prominent part in her new
film "Bell, Book and Candle."
BUt "Pyewacket" plays only
one-twelfth of the role. The
script -calls for "Pyewacket" to
do a lot of tricks. So, on the
'principle that you can't teach
one cat to do 12 tricks but you
can teach 12 cats to do one trick
each, "Pyewaoket" will have 11
doubles" in the film.
Registered Trademark
Local Representative
Tel. 74.106 Apartado 199

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Home Articles

FOR SALE 17 inch T.V. Mo Motorola,
torola, Motorola, $150.00. Calf Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 5188.
FOR SALE 5 burner kero kerosene
sene kerosene stove (Boff), youth bed
with innerspring mattress, baby
scale. 2-4655.
FOR SALE Complete house household
hold household furniture and furnishings.
Gerhard House 19, 7th Street,
Golf Heights Friday and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday 8:00 to 6:00 p.m. (
FOR SALE 1956 Frigidare
Automatic washer, used nine
months, like new. Call 86-2125.
FOR SALE Swedish living,
dining-room, bedroom sate,
bamboo sets, rugs, lamps, TV,
Aircondilioner, r e f r i gerator,
washing machine, etc. Leaving
country. Call 2-2126, evenings
FOR SALE Like new JCelvine JCelvine-tor
tor JCelvine-tor washing machine. $195.00.
Phone Albrook 86-7118.
FOR SALE Deluxe Bilt-Rite
baSy carriage, play-pen, Norge
clothes dryer, almost new. Phone
FOR SALE Electric fan, house
type, 1957 24," 2 forward and
2 reverse speed, cools entire a a-partment
partment a-partment $40.00. 80-H Coco
Solito. Tel. 8618.
FOR SALE RCA Whirlpool
washing machine, 1957 model,
lets than year eld. Leaving Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. $75.00. Telephone 3124
Curundu, Hidalgo.
MOSCOW (UPV- The Soviet .aM tnri.iv it intonn.
to increase substantially the out-
out of children's shoes and cloth-
ing in the next two years.

On Saturday, March 22
"CRECHA" will have a Tremendous SALE

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An up-to-date and highly
readable study wnich probes
the beginnings, progress and
prospects of man's imminent
first venture into space has
Deen written oy uermari sci
ence writer Wolfgang fuller,
whose "Man Among the Stars"
is among the books placed in
circulation this week by the
Canal Zone Library.
The complete list of new
Looks and their authors, an
nounced: by the library thi
week follows:
Lives of Harriet Hubbard Ayer
Ayer; Guided Weapons, Bur
gess; Antiques, Cole; The
World of David Dubinsky, Dan
ish; All But My Lile, Klein;
Branch Rickey, Mann; Man
Among the Stars; Muller; The
neanng Power of Faith, Ours
lei ; The Three Worlds of xil
bert Schweitzer, Payne; A View
irom -the Hill, Sumner.
FICTION: The Longest Sec
ond, Balllnger; First Love and
Sorrow, Bfodkey; The -Taste of
Asnes, Browne; Eliza Callag
ham, Close; Captive, Gordon
Rome from the Hill, Humphrey
The Return of Gunner Asch
I Kirst; Castle in the Sea, Lor


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1:00 CFN NfeWS
3:15 Dinah Shora
3;M Adventure
4:00 Suian'i show
4:30 M4.000 Challenge
1:00 bat'i Take A Trip
T:00 Joan Davis

1 :30 Harmourmairtv,
1:00 Four Star PUyhottM
1:30 Big Story
1:00 Cavalcade of America
t:30 Mike Wallace
10:00 Wrestling
11:00 CFN NEWS
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Read sfory on page 6

Hurtling At 16,000 mph

US ICBM's Can Head For Enemy
Two Minutes After Attack Detected
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla,, March 21 (UP) U. S. in tercontinental ballistic missiles can be made ready for
launching in as little as two minutes after detection of an attack aimed at this country.
That assurance with its dramatic meaning for the strategy of instant retaliation was left with newsmen to today
day today by Maj. Gen. Donald N. Yates, commander of the Air Force missile test center.
Yates also said he expected America to beat Russia in the rockeMo-the-moon race.
He discussed the moon race and the combat and war -deterring potential of this country's Atlas ballistic mis missiles
siles missiles during a press tour of this 40-million-dollaf base.

Medaris To Cut
Red Tape, Direct
Army Missiles

Little LeagueUmtia $un passenger Committee Chairman


Maj. Gen. John B. Medaris,
bead of the Army's Ballistic Mis Mis-silo
silo Mis-silo Acmipv. todav was named

chief of all Army missile and
anti-missile missile projects to
Tipin wine cut red tane in the

rnrket oroaram.

The move, effective March 31.
was announced by Army Secre

tary Wildber M. Brucker. He set
up the Army Ordnance Missile
PnmmanH at. Htmtsville. site of

Medaris' present headquarters, to

run both present and future
Army missile programs.
TTndor hn nral SPt-l'T). MfidaiflS

will head the Army Ballistic fis fissile
sile fissile Agency, including its activi activities
ties activities at Cape Canaveral. Fla plus
ths Jet Propulsion Laboratory at
Pasaripna. Calif., and Ihe Hed-

tnn. Arsenal at Huntsville.

The Redstone Arsenal win ne
renamed the Army ltocket and
Guided Missile Agency, under the
immediate command of Brig
Gen. John A. Barclay.
Th white Sands Provmg

Ground in New Mexico also wiL
be under executive charge of the
new Army command but w'U
continue to be headed by Maj.
Gen. Waldo E. Laidlaw.
Brucker said the new command
would provide "administrative
shortcuts and right of direct ac ac-.jt
.jt ac-.jt frnm Medaris to Gen. Max-

..,n r Tavlor. Army chief of

staff, and to the Anny secretary.
iL.nv,,,. .aid the streamlined

procedures had been used by theJ

Army nanism; m
development of the Mpiter Inter Inter-lo,te
lo,te Inter-lo,te Ranee Ballistic Missile

and in launching of the explorer
Medaris' deputy commander
m luT- Mol fien. H. N. Toftoy,

Will UC inJ- f ,L
now comminding general of the
Redstone Arsenal.

yates said it will be possible
to keep the 5500-mile range
weapons fueled antj on two two-minute
minute two-minute alert at "bases such as
those being built at Cheyenne,
Wvo., and Camp Cooke, Calif.
Each missile would have an
assigned target, just as Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command bombers do
With data on the target and
course to follow "cranked" into
its guidance system, a missile
would be ready for launching
two minutes after receipt of
firing orders, Yates said.
Thirty minutes later it would
hurtle down at its target at
16,000 mph.

Von Braun: Search For Perfection
Is Delaying US Space Age Program

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 jn. totjay, is
prepared by tre Meteorological
and Hydrograpric Branch ot the
Panama Canal Company:
. Balboa 'Cristobal

Hirh ..." 93

Low ......

Eneri, US Govt.
Deadlocked In Row

Over Boundary
LRAEP, Eneri (UP) The
governments of Eneri and the

United States stooa ueauiucneu
today in a boundary dispute to
which United Nations attention
has been invited.
A representative of the United
States was allowed to cross the
border Wednesday but failed to
get an audience with the president
of Eneri (Irene spelled back backwards).
wards). backwards). Demit v U. S. Marshal Ellis G.

Binford wanted to serve Eneri's

le der Mrs. Irene Cuett, with
legal papers designed to oust her
eminence from the property. The
government c'aims she doesn't
own the 703-acre ranch near Wal

ler, Tex., which she now calls a
But he couldn't find her any anywhere
where anywhere in Lradp (Pearl spelled
backward), the new nation's capital.

Bihford succeeded in crossius

the border only after negotiations
with the vice president, MMRS.
Lucy Mayberry, who is MMRS. Cli Cli-ett's
ett's Cli-ett's sister, and with MMRS. Cli Cli-ett's
ett's Cli-ett's 19-year-old daughter, Angel Angel-ine.
ine. Angel-ine. Federal courts have ruled that

part of the land belongs to heirs
of George Scott, a former part partner
ner partner in the ranch. Mrs. Cliett said

Scott was only a friend o" the
family who was provided with a
home on the land.

Neighbors haVe taken the lat

est developments in eood humor1.

They have smuggled barbecued

chicken and other food into the
capital that consists of two tents.

(UP). Dr. Wernher Von Brauri,
a top U.S. rocket expert who
got his, start an German V V-rockets,
rockets, V-rockets, said last night the
American space program is
lagging because we are trying
too harder perfection at the
start. J
Th United tates is slow
developing space vehicles also
because officials want to
make them, part of a "wea "weapons
pons "weapons system," he said.
"Donald Douglas summed it
up when he observed, 'What we
need Is more guts and less gob-

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Parole Board Nixes
New Application
To Free Greenglass

The United states parole board
refused today to free David Green-

glass, a member of the Rosenberg
atom spy ring.
Greenglass, who has served
eight years of his 15-year sentence,
became eligible 'or paro'e on A A-pril
pril A-pril 5, 1956. Three previous ap

plications were rejected.

Greenglass is serving his sent

ence at the Lewisburg Federal
Penitentiary. tj:
He testified against his sister,
Mrs. Ethel Iwisenbcrg, who sub subsequently
sequently subsequently was executed with her

husband, Julius, as atom spies.

Last January Robert Morris,
counsel of the Senate Internal Sub Subcommittee,
committee, Subcommittee, asked the parole board

to release Greeng'ass because the
prisoner has been cooperating with
U. S. intelligence agencies.
Morris told the board it is inad

visable "to shut the door to prima primary'
ry' primary' sources of evidence." He said

a parole for Greenglass would be
an inducement for others to give
information on Soviet espionage
and subversive activities generally.

NEW YORK (UP) Abraham

J. Becker, 38. was the boss, of a

tenement underwear factory, but
he died like the captain of a ship
afire at sea.
"Youll all get out," he told his

screaming workers in the Mon

arch Underwear Co. fourth floor

plant. "I'll be the last to leave

But Becker couldn't beat the
panic that spread faster than the

flames. Unable to persuade his
hysterical flock that safety was
down a dark stairway filled with
hot and choking smoke, he stayed
with 24 of them to die Wednes

day night.
"Abe (Becker, my boss, broke

window and I climbed through."

said one survivor.

"The girls were screaming and

crying and carrying on," sard an another.
other. another. "And the boss came and

got us and marched us in the

back. And then he got somebody

to get us wet rags to put in front

of our 'aces. He told us not to

panic, but there was plenty of


Many of the workers were Puer

to Rlcans recently come to New

York City. Their language dif

ficulties were believed to have
played a part in the fatal panic.
Becker soothed them as best he
could, but there weren't enough
calm helpers to stifle the panic.
Abe Becker, a' veteran of the

tank corps, didn't get home to

dinner with his wife and their two
small children in the country
fresh air of Long Island.

He died in swirling smoke and

flame, just a step from the door

through which has crew" had re
fused to pass..

bledegook," the rocketvscienttot
told the Western space age conference.

Von Braun said the nation's

weapons system concept which
he likened to a bow and arrow

neither of which is worth much
without the other was fine for

development of most weapons.

He said it made sense to
develop a jet airplane through
an integrated system which
included armament, radar,
engines and so on, but that
the same' concept applied to
space "will not work her3 for
the simple reason that no
one can, at this stage of he
game, determine the forms
of potential space warfare."
"Without that determination.

it is hopeless to try to prepare

specinc perrormance character characteristics
istics characteristics for manned and unman unmanned
ned unmanned orbiters or deeD space

vehicles," Von Braun said.
"Many ideas and oroposals

have been advanced, debated,
considered. But all of them are
unproven, and onlv time and

experience will tell which ideas

were good and which were


Boys 12, Girls 12

Twelve boys and 12 girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight
Monday, according to the reg regular
ular regular hospital report. During
that period, 198 patients were
admitted and 194 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. The names and address of
the parents of the boy babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lim,
of Panama; TSgt. and Mrs. G.

L Friichette of Albrook; Mr.

and "Mrs. H. Scotland, of Pan

ama; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jones,

of Curundu; Mr. and Mrs. A. T.

Soley, of Pedro Miguel; Sp3

and Mrs. J. O. Devlin, ef Pan Pan-sma
sma Pan-sma City; Sgt. and Mrs. L.
Gittens, of Panama. Lt. and
Ucz. D. J. Green, of For; Kob Kob-be;
be; Kob-be; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Knowles,
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Torres, of Chillbre; Lt. Cdr.
and Mrs. G. E. Bell, of Rod Rodman;
man; Rodman; and Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
Wood, of Balboa.
Girls were born to the fol following:
lowing: following: SSgt. and Mrs. P. A.
Brown, of Albrook; Mc. and

Mrs. R. de la Torre, of Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Morehouse,
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.

Andrews, of Curundu, Dr. and
Mrs. R. H. Buker, of Balboa
Heights; Ale. and Mrs. C. V.
Rice, of Locoha; Mr. and Mrs.
L Brown, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. R. Haynes, of Pan

ama; Mr. and Mrs. F. Barker,

of Panama; A2c. and Mrs. G
A. Silcott, of Panama City; A2c

and Mrs. J. M. Jones, of Pan Panama
ama Panama City; Pfc and Mrs. B. J.
Kinniard, of Ancon.

Vigorously Denies 'Mutiny Charges
Walter C. Carolan, a passenger aboard the Arosa Son, flatly denied todav that he led
what has been termed a "mutiny" among the 215 passengers aboard when the vessel
The Panama flag cruise ship operated by the Arosa Line of West Germany, was towed
to Crfetobal Wednesday after being disabled by an engine room explosion off Cartarena Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. One crewman died of burns in the blast; another died in Coco Solo Hosnital Hosnital-tD
tD Hosnital-tD others, ambulant cases, are now hospitalized there.
Fire which followed the explosion -was extinguished after two hours.
Carolan, a Kansas City engineer, served as chairman of the passengers' committee

Panama Budget
Problems Discussed
At Local Seminar


CAMBRIDGE, England (UP) (UP)-Cambridge
Cambridge (UP)-Cambridge University said today
it will present Doctor of Laws de degrees
grees degrees June 5 to United Nations
Secretary General (Dag Ham Ham-marskiold
marskiold Ham-marskiold and Dean Acheson, for former
mer former U.S. secretary of state.


Old age is when you use one

bend-over to pick up two things.

US Nixes Soviet's
Bid To Let Dancers
Land In NY Via Jel

The United States ha

down a Moscow request to let two
Soviet jet airliners land in the
New York area with about 150
members of a Russian dance en ensemble,
semble, ensemble, it was learned today.

In a note, the State Department
said it welcomes Soviet plans to
bring the Moiseev dance troupe
to this country. But the depart department
ment department suggested the Russians
"make arrangements for travel
to the United States by some oth

er means.
Soviet Embassy officials said

the State Department's decision
will require bringing the dance
ensemble to this country by com commercial
mercial commercial airlines. Original plans
called for landing of two TU-104

jetliners m the "New York Area,"
officials said.

"This way it will be far more

expensive," one embassy official

Weather Causes

Ike To Cancel

Trip To 'Point'
WASHINGTON,. March, 21 (UP)

President Eisenhower cancelled
his scheduled flight to West Point,
Jf.Y., today because of bad weather.

White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the trip
was cancelled because of "gener-

in the air and oh the ground.
He said that the flight weather
was above Air Force minimums

but there was "no use of taking

a chance."
Roads in the West Point area
also "are quite bad" after a hea heavy
vy heavy snow there. Hagerty said.

The President would have had to
motor about 18 miles irom Stewart
Field to the U.S. Military Acade

my at West Point.

The seminar on problems, tech

niques and development of public

administration, currently being

held at the University of Panama

engaged early this week in a dis

cussion on budgetmg, with parti
cular reference to Panama.

The session was the first of

three discussion periods to be de

voted to budgeting. Discussion
leaders are Eduardo McCullough,

deputy Comptroller General of Pa

nama's Juan M. Ruiz, chief of

the budget department of the

Comptroller's office, and Robert

B. Elmore. U.S. Point Four Tech

ncian, employed by the Universi University
ty University of Tennessee as financial ad advisor
visor advisor to the Comptroller's office.

Elmore opened the discussion

with a brief history of its develop development
ment development and the importance of budg budgeting
eting budgeting m government today.
It was pointed out that public
budgeeing began principally as a
control over taxation, but has de-;
veloped into a most effective 'in 'instrument
strument 'instrument of representative govern government.
ment. government. Through the budget pro process
cess process of planning overnment pro programs
grams programs and supervising their exe execution,
cution, execution, responsibilities are defin defined
ed defined and economic development may
be encouraged.

Elmore also called attention to
the particular need for sound
budgeting today, when so many
people throughout the world are
attempting to improve their naj
tion's economy and their personal

standard of living.
KiihaMiuent discussion on the

budget theme will be devoted to
tho tpchnioues of budgeting and

the budget problems oi ranama

Sputnik II Nears
Earth; Expected
To Die In April

MOSCOW, March 21 (UP)-

The Soviet News Agency lass

said today Sputnik n was near near-ing
ing near-ing the earth's atmosphere and
was expected to "end its exist

ence" between April a ana Apm

The Sputnik, which weighed
1,118 pounds and carried the re

mains ot tne aog Lauca, was

launched last Nov, 3 and has en encircled
circled encircled the earth more than 2,600

The first Russian Sputnik, a

smaller version weighing 184

pounds, was launched Oct. 4

1957. and disappeared in the

earth's atmosphere on Jan. 4

Today, at Hotel El Panama
Hilton, he stated that after the
committee had made three news
releases, none of which con contained
tained contained anything but praise for
the captain and crew," tha
members of the Arosa Sun's
cruise directors staff, "which in

cluded Dr. Thomas W. Fryer

(listed as Protestant chaplain)

began a campaign of villif tac


Carolan said he is at a loss to
understand why he and other

members of the committee
should be the object of this.

Fryer said yesterday some pas passengers
sengers passengers were guilty of "un-American
Carolan today gave the fol following
lowing following account of his service as
committee chairman:

r "At approximately 4 p.m. Sun

day, 18 hours or more alter the
the fire, passengers were called
together by the 'cruise director
who normally supervised the
bingo games and told that a tug
was on its way. He did not say
when the tug would arrive.
"And when queried by other
passengers as to our situa situation,
tion, situation, he resorted to ridicule of
the inquirers."
, Carqlan said this was the first
actual information given the

oassengers as to their situation.
This was after a night when

"some people were Worried that

we were on the rocks." Some
also "wondered why a shin which

came near in tne darkness did
not stand by." 1

Carolan said no ship's offi officer
cer officer was nresent at the gather gathering
ing gathering addressed by the cruise
"To avoid a name and a fight,"

Carolan continued, "I rose to
to suggest that a committee be
appointed to ascertain what
our condition was. My motion

was seconded and thereafter
to popular acclaim and applause
I was asked to serve as chairman.

The committee was formed,
none of its members being
known to belong to any parti particular
cular particular group or geographical re region.
gion. region. Other members were Perry
Reinlnga of Western Springs,
111., James A. Pittmnn a hunt

ing contractor, of Orlando, Fla.,
and Neil a. Dopker, of Miami.
They asked for an received an
interview with the Capt. Geore

Lundholm at 5 p.m. Questions
were asked through a German German-English
English German-English interpreter.
"Based on the answers given
by the captain, and with his
agreement, a news bulletin
was released to passengers a-
round 7:30 p.m.
Carolan produced this long
mimeographed sheet. Stating the

snip was in no danger, lt went
into detail as to the expected

nour or uie tug's arrival and
time required for towing to Cris

tobal, consultation with the

coast Guard and reasons for

not attempting to transfer pas

sengers io anomer me vessel.
It gave assurance of plentiful
food, water and refrigeration.
It stated "individual cable
privileges to relatives and
friends are available 24 hours
a day" but asked passengers
not to deluge the radio op- 1
erators. The bulletin said a
ship's officer would be pres present
ent present at any future "meeting
concerning our position."
The bulletin said permission
had been given the committee
by the Captain to send a news
release to the Associated Press
to assure friends ashore of pas passengers
sengers passengers safety and comfort.
The committee said it had
"expressed our heartfelt thanks

on behalf of all the passenger!

mi uie ouusianaing oo... done
in our behalf."
The bulletin stated it was ap approved
proved approved by the captain. The
cruise staff printed it.
At about 10 p.m., with the
approval of the purser, the re release
lease release for reassuring friends
and relatives was sent by ra radio
dio radio telephone over the com
mittee's name, to the Associa Associated
ted Associated Press In Miami Th irmi

Sun paid for the messare. It

was roughly condensed version
of the earlier bulletin.
"On Monday at 6:45 a.m."
Carolan went on, "I was called
;o make another news announce announcement
ment announcement which was embodied in tht
ship's daily 'Sun Beam'." H
produced a copy.
"The purpose of this addition additional
al additional release," Carolan explained,
was to assure the passengers
that their friends and relatives
were advised oi our safety.
"The committee thereafter
disbanded," he concluded, "since
lt had served its purpose."
At El Panama Hilton today a
woman passenger questioned
briefly as to her reaction to the
ship's handling of the passen passengers
gers passengers said: "All I know is we were
herded about like sheep."

Crude Old Map
Locating Treasure
Proves Inaccurate

Cruise Liner Not So Badly Damaged
As Was Thought; 10-Day Job Seen

FRESNO, Calif. (UP) Would Would-be
be Would-be treasure hunters were cha cha-grinned
grinned cha-grinned today to learn that a
crude map describing the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of a $50,000 buried treas treasure
ure treasure has proved inaccurate.
Daniel Machon, 21, a Western
Union typewriter repairman in
Philadelphia, found the map and
a note inside a typewriter plnten,
or roller, he was fixing. The note
"Badly hurt. Knife wound se-'
vere. $50,000 hid well. You take
Highway 99 eight miles from
Fresno, location on map. Shows
all that is necessary. If I don't
come, take all."
The note- was signed "Tommy
J" and dated Feb. 9, 1929. Under
the note was a map purportedly
showing the treasure was buried

near a gasoline station close to

a bend in the highway.

rresno ponce and newsmen
promptly went on a treasure hunt,

but the results were discouraging

If the location was north of

Fresno, the gasoline station de

picted on the map would have
been, in 1929, situated on the
Southern Pacific tracks.
If the map shows U.S. High Highway
way Highway 99 south of Fresno, it is in inaccurate
accurate inaccurate since there was no bend
in the road.
A check of newspaper files
failed to turn up reports of any
$50,000 robberies or any knifing
victim. Western Union files in
Fresno had no record of an em employe
ploye employe by the name of Tommy J.
or of a typewriter being stolen,

Damages to the disabled
cruise ship Arosa Sun today
appeared not to be as exten extensive
sive extensive as originally believed, ac according
cording according to local agent for the
ship, Boyd Brothers.
The 20,125 ton Panama Panama-flag
flag Panama-flag ship, now tied up at Pier
15 at the Cristobal's Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division, needs repairs
to the main engine- room
damaged by a two-hour fire
following an explosion last
Saturday night while the
ship was at sea.
A quantity of pipes which

are not available locally were

ordered flown here from the
Bethlehem' Steel company of
Baltimore, the agent said to today.
day. today. A diesel engineer from the
company is due to arrive here
ovei the week-end.
Meanwhile a Frenqh engineer
who was present when ,the
two-year-old Arosa Line ship

was built, arrived on the Zone

British Duke
Refuses1 To lease
Land To Nudists

LONDON UI)-Another-British
blueblood gave up the ghost
today m the battle against high
taxes and inflation. Butshe drew
the line at having his ancestml

acres smothered in nudists to
help pay running expenses."
"I am not .having nudist camns
or anything like that here," said
the 53-year-old Marauis of Exe'?r
as he prepared to throw open his
145-room, treasure-filled Bnrph'.ey
House to tourists at 35 cents (a
visit. (
Fellow-nobleman, the Duke of

iBedford. recently leased his

stately home to a nudist colony

for the summer' in an effort to

make ends meet m these days of

the welfare state.


CAPETOWN, South Africa (UP)

R oman Catholic Archbishop

Owen McCann of Capetown wil

leave next month on a funtt-rns-ing
tour of 40 U.S. cities, it was
announced today.

I 1 WJI L J ml .1


Solon Opens Contest To Get 'Correct Translation'
Of 212-Word Sente, nee In Income Tax Instructions

It is believed that repairs
will be completed within 10
All of the tie-man crew
are remaining aboard the
Most of the SIS passengers
who were on a Caribbean
cruise have already left the
Isthmus. A few dozen were
scheduled to leave by tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Graveside services which were
scheduled at 4 p.m. today at T Mt
Hope for crewman PaX'Ver PaX'Ver-sace;
sace; PaX'Ver-sace; who died in the explosion
were postponed until Monday
due to heaw rain nn

lantlc side today, it was report reported.
ed. reported. A memorial service which was
to have been held for Ernst Wln Wln-semin
semin Wln-semin .second crew member who
died in coco Solo Hospital on
Wednesday, was also postponed
until Monday. They were to have
been held on the ship at 1-30
p.m. today.
Reach 800 Persons
Stranded By Snow
MQBGANTOWN, Pa., March 21
(UP) Bulldozer crews today

reacnea some soo persons strand stranded
ed stranded almost 24 hours in a nearby
Howard Johnson restaurant on,
the Pennsylvania turnpike.
A motorist, identified as George
L. Bliss, 61, Rocky River, Ohio,
suffered a fatal heart attack yes-1,
terday attempting to reach the inn.
Bliss collapsed while making his
way through, the deep drjfts from
his car. He was pronounced dead

by Dr. Ralph Daroff, a Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia osteopath, who was one of
the stranded.
About 40 youngsters were among
the marooned, most of them air airlifted
lifted airlifted from a snowbound bus by a
helicopter from Olmstead Air
Force Base and deposited at the


PRICES: .75 .40

J :'0, 3:20, 5:10, 7:05, :00 p.m.

WASHINGTON (UP) Seh.enue Commissioner Russell C.,is mandatory and will be made

Arthur V. Watkins (R-Utah) has Harrington and a Bible, which unless the total amount of all
opened an "Ides of April" contest the Senator called "an all-time! payments of estimated tax made

to try to get a "correct transia- pest seller Known ior tne simpn- on or oeiore tne last date pre

scribed lor the payment of such
installment equals or exceeds
whichever of the following is the

tion of a 212-word sentence in city and lucidity of its prose,
the federal income tax mstruc-j Like to try to enter the con-

tions. ;test? Anyone is eligible except

He said a constituent called the
sentence to his attention and he
has shown it to some of his Sen Senate
ate Senate colleagues. He reported that
they are "normally not nonplussed
by long winded and obscure
phrases" but this time they arc
"stumped and dehydrated."
Watkins will give the contest

winner a book called "simplified

English," which he suggested reads:

the winner might want to auto-: The charge with respect to any
graph and send to Internal Rev- i underpayment of any installment

employes of the Internal Revenue

service and professional tax ex experts.
perts. experts. All translations must be

typewritten, be in Watkins' office

by April 16 and run under 300

The sentence in question, under

(r) The amount which would
have been required to be paid on
or before such date if the esti estimated
mated estimated tax were whichever of the
following is the least
(1) The tax shown on your re-

tho hoaHmc "AHHilinnnl C.haraa fni turn fnr thp nrpvinnc voar t

Underpayment of Estimated Tax,"! your return for such year showed

the previous year's income with
the current year's rates and ex exemptions,
emptions, exemptions, or
(3) 70 per cent (66 and two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds per cent in the case of
farmers) of a tax computed by
projecting to the end of the year
the income received from the be beginning
ginning beginning of the year up to the be beginning
ginning beginning of th month of the in installment
stallment installment payment; or
B) An amount equal to 90 per
cent of the tax computed, at the

rates applicable io the taxable
year, on the basis of the actual

taxable income for the months in

a liability for tax and covered a the taxable year ending before the

taxable year of 12 months), or month in which the installment
(2) A tax computed by using is required to be paid.



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