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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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' PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 195S ?- '-3s
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FMF PUISF
Of PANAMA
THE CHAIRMAN of the Elec
tora! Tribunal, Isaias Pinilla, de
dared yesterday that the authori
ties will 'mete out punishment to
whoever tries to to bilk the public
by charging them a fee to get
them their new cedulas (identifi (identification
cation (identification booklets).
Pinilla emphasized that the
iww cedola will be issued fme
and that applications are to be
made .en tree printed farms is issued
sued issued by the Electoral Tribunal.
Up to yesterday some 40,000 ap application
plication application blanks had been issued
at the Civil Registry, where the
forms are issued from 7 a.m. to
T p.m. daily smce Monday.
Well-informed business sources
were credited yesterday with pre
dicting mat tne governments rev revenue
enue revenue from taxes will show a drop
dunne Februarv and March as a
result of the new tariffs.
These sources indicated, how
tw.r, that tax revenue far the
month of January was $340,054
mere than the amount collected
during January WS7. Despite
the increase, rewrtue frem li liquor
quor liquor imports wai $61,000 lower
during January Mian for the
same prm if"
increased nolice vigilance is said
to have been put into effect in the
suburban Betania borough, where
toonaoc hands identified as ''Los
Califas" ahd "Aguilas Negras
frequently indulge m gang wars
using stones for ammunition,
much to the apprehension of their
harried parents and neighbors.
A special Public Works comrnit-
tc Af utrauwrs nave uecu
ed to inspect the
VBW TW It.-- I-
recently when a
Librada. Cnurcn m L.as ioi.
The committee s alsocharged
wis submitting plana for the re reconstruction.
construction. reconstruction. 1.35 Billion Dollar
Home-Building Plan
Goes To Congress
WASHINGTON (UP) The ad ad-aiinistration
aiinistration ad-aiinistration planned itraducc
in Congress today a $l,350,0t0,000
program to stimulate home-ouild-
IBB SOU Slum vrew r.
in a new move to overcome
business recession.
the
' Among other things the pro program
gram program would enable home buyers
to obtain government mortgages
on more expensive homes than at
present.
Hnusine Administrator Albert
v r.l said it should "signifi
a'ntlv Imnrove and Increase the
usefulness of federal aids we now
have, not only to expand housing
activity and the renewal of our
urban areas, but also to provide
an imoortmt stimulus to an up
turn in the economy generally.'
He said the bill would author-
lie federal grants totaling si,350,
noonoo for slum clearance or
urban renewal projects.
It also would set-up a new
plan under which the government
would, jpiarantee loans up io xo
milUon dolars to enable local
agencies to improve run-down
commercial areas.
'
Cole said the bill also would:
Simplify federal requirements
for slum clearance projects s
actual construction can begin
'much earlier.
Increase to $30,000 the ceiling
on mortgages which can be in insured
sured insured by the Federal Housing
Administration.
Increase to $20,000 the size o"
mortgages which may be bought
by the Federal National Mortgage
Assn. The present limit is $15,000.
Eliminate discount controls over
FHA-insured loans and increase
from $10,000 to $12,000 the size of
mortgages the FHA may insure
for low-cost prjvate houses for
families uprooted by slum clear clearance
ance clearance projects.
$100, 5 Days
A second conviction o' drunken
driving in two years netted a $100
fine and a five-day jail sentence
for Caroll M. Lynde, of A'brook.
The 31-year-old Air Force man
was picked up at .3 a.m. on Feb.
26 while driving on Andrews Bou Boulevard
levard Boulevard in Albrook.
ne was ipuna guuiywyesteraay
afternoon in the Balboa Maeis-1
trate's Court,

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PC Single Wage Scales
'Controversial Provisions
In Washington Wringer

Controversial provisions of single wage seals legisla legislation
tion legislation are being .discussed with all official parties concerned
in an effort towtrd reconciliation, according td the clerk
of the House Post Office and Civil Service subcommittee
Henry C. Cassell.
The same applies to legislation extending Civil Service
retirement coverage to non-US citizen employes of the
Canal Company-Government.
Cassell makes plain that provisions of the Remon-

Eisenhower treaty oblige the US only to, "seek"
legislation rather than to enact it.

"Bill H.R .6708 is part of the le
gslation which is being sought by
the executive branch under the
terms of this agreement," Cassell
has written Harold W. Williams,
legislative representative for Loc Local
al Local 900, American Federation of
State, County and Municipal Em Employes,
ployes, Employes, AFICIO.
Williams had written Rep. John
Young, chairman of the subcom subcom-mitte
mitte subcom-mitte a bout.HR.6708.
' S.1850 is the Senate bill cover covering
ing covering the same issues.
Cassell, replying on behalf of
young, wrote: "In the legislative
process of tne congress, airier
ences of opinion sometimes arise
which must be throughly resolved
before final action is taken.
"There are 10m controversial
previsions in both H.R. (701 and
S. 1850 which are being discuss-
Grand Jury Plans
To Cw Wagner
On NY Delinquency
NEW YORK, March 5. (UP)
A grand iury Investigating
moh MavOr Robert w Waener
to explain wfy MnMaPWltlc'l MnMaPWltlc'l-ed
ed MnMaPWltlc'l-ed the ffcey activities.
The iurv y'esterdav handed
un a secret prfseptmenr, that
was said to include a sham
Attack on the mavor, who last
Sundav in a radio Sroa aat
accused the turv of? lvinrr the
Mty a "black eye" ind nresent-
'no "ft Verv unfair tfHir nf
the school system."
Tn other develoDtnsnb on the
schools and luvenile delinquen delinquency
cy delinquency yesterday:
A lfl-venr-old hic'i sehool
student showinsr off a .38 cali caliber
ber caliber revolver seriouslv wounded
a friend in a Brooklyn class classroom.
room. classroom. Police tentativrlv Hst
the shootlnet as accidental but
held Georce o'Dell for fvrthe
"tteationin. face possible
charires of literal weapon nos nos-sesslon.
sesslon. nos-sesslon. He said he' had found
the nistol two months ao.
Police In a helicoote- rro rro-tured
tured rro-tured th-ee bookev-ninvin? stu students
dents students after chaslm? their stolen
car at 80 to 100 miles an hour
through city streets. Two nthor
teen-atters in the car escaned
while the hellconter was land-
me. wiuiam Hurley, ifl, wis
charged with grand larcenv:
Francis Goldberg and Jrrv Ma Mason,
son, Mason, both 14. were charged with
juvenile .delinquency.
Vaoranf Who Can't
PetilBoca
Ges 31 Davs Jail
A Panamanian1 who can't seem
to stay away from La Boca w
aiven 30 days in jail today" to
thik it over.
Josenh Marshall, Jr.. 29. was
brought before the Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate on Feb. 25 for vagrancy to
La Boca,
The imposition of sentence was
suspended and he was placed on
one year probation.
Exactly a week later, Marshall
was back again. For a similar
misdemeanor.
This .time Balboa Magistrate
Judge John Deming sentenced him
to 30 days in jail, revoking the
probation.
Western Union
y DOC QUIGG
NEW YORK, March' 5 (UP)
Western Union, an institution that
wi'l, be 17 years bid come April
Fool's Day, is in with a claim
that when weirder jobs are job
bed its messengers will be the
jobbers.
You can send a telegram, now
adays, by high-speed printers and
by pushing a button of a fasci-
mile machine but nobody has fig-
urrl nilt hnur tn mab ataclrnniK
devices sit in as a fourth at
bridse. take a farmer'-, rnw hnm
lot milking, recover lost false

ad .all official parties concerned
in an effort toward recencilia-
tion.

"The subcommittee has held
two working sessions and a third
is scheduled in the near future.
If all controversy is worked out
prior to the reporting of these
bills, their passage through the
remaining legislative process will
he greatly expedited.
"You may ha lure that the
members af the subcommittee
considering these bills are cons conscious
cious conscious of the fact Hilt the pas
saga of this legislation during
ths session of Ceng rest is high
ly ctjiirable, if not mandatory
A spokesman for Local 900 stat stated
ed stated that Williams has also sent a
letter td Rep. Tom Murtay, chair chairman
man chairman of the House committee, urg urging
ing urging early passage of the bill dur during
ing during this session of the Congress.
In addition, other contact? have
been made with officials of the
rescue urging them to use every
influence at their command to
hasten action on this legislation.
105,000 Hew Yorkers
Strike
K, March I (W)-
A quarter of a century of' labor
peace in the hug garment ihdua ihdua-try
try ihdua-try ended today whdh 65,000 work workers
ers workers left their jobs in the lofts
along Seventh Avenue and march marched
ed marched to Madison Square Garden.
The first general strike in the
industry since 1933 is expected
tn a. feet a tota of 105.000 WOlk
ers in New York City and State
New jersey. Connecticut, Dela
ware, Massachusetts, Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
Federal and city mediators join
ed forces yesterday in efforts to
avert the stike and scneauieJ- new
meetings today in hopes they could
bring the parties together for
quick end te the walkout.
The union saw an additional
25,000 workers, who make belts,
buttons and embroidery, wttl be
idled as a result of the strike.
Officials of the dress joint board
of the International Ladies' Gar
ment Workers Union took elector
ate pains to insure a mass turn
out lor the Madison square Gar
den Raily, at which IL6WXJ presi president
dent president David Dubinsky and AFL-CIO
president George Meany will speak.
Federal Courts
Have Last WDrd
On CI Discharges
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Su
preme Court his put the Army on
notice for the first time today
that federal courts have the last
word on the kind of discharge a
soldier gets.
The high court ruled Monday
that discharges given by the
armed services are subject to
judicial review o their Iega'ity.
The decision came in an opinion
ordering the Army to change to
honorable the discharges given
two New York ex-servicemen.
The Justice Department had
conceded that the Armv acted
illegally in basing the discharges
on pre-induction activities. But it
said in any event the court had
no power to correct tne situation.
Monday's unsigned opinion not
only gave this jurisdiction to fed
eral courts but said flatly that
'the type of discharge to be is
sued is to be determined solely by
the soldier s military record irl
the Army."
Messengers
teeth, or deliver lunch to a work workman
man workman on a flagpole.
These things, and things strang stranger
er stranger still they say, are all in the
course of the work of some 10.900
mesengers in nearly 2000 cities
and towns in the United States
and, what's more, business is
growing.
The company's, errand and dis distribution
tribution distribution revenue for 195 were
nearly two million dollars a -sever
per cent gain over 195
We went right to the ompany
and demanded: "Are you kidding
about cow deliveries and sitting
in at bridge, and that kind of
stuJf?"

NEW YOB

Com

EXPLORER TAKES OFF
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., March 5 (UP). Explorer II, the second
American satellite, Bolted into the skies today in the nose of an Army
JupiteiC missile.
The big missile hurtled up into layer of clouds hanging over the
carpe at about 4,000 feet, and was Seen no more.
But1 its rumble told observer on the ground it was still soaring for
at least about a minute after it left it launching pad in a blaze of power
that heaved it upward.

Chauffeur
Must Pay Price
Driving
IJONDON, Kirch S (UP) -The
Royal Air Force today lost the
services of a man trained to
transport hydrogen bombs. He
was convicted of drunken driving
and a court took away his driv
er's license.
The defendant, Cpl. Ernest
Minsbaw, ,35; went on trial yes
terBay in magistrate's court in
Rbtherham on charges of driving
a private automobile while under
tho influence Of liquor.
He pleaded guilty but before the
sentencing Air Force squadron
leader Jack Miles pleaded with
the court not to revoke "Mia "Mia-shaw'i
shaw'i "Mia-shaw'i license.
Miles said Mmshaw. "has had
training for towing the hydrogen,
bomb around the country. There
are only six peaptt trained to ao
this work.1
vrar.
"IJong othtr job In hls Army
career, Minsbaw once chauffeured
Prince PhiilS on a visn w wer wer-many.
many. wer-many. Studtms Co On
Protest Strike
In Cuban City
HAVANA (UP) Antigovern Antigovern-ment
ment Antigovern-ment schoolboys here and in San Santiago
tiago Santiago were "on strike" today in
protest against the killing of two
le-year-eS seventh graders m the
rebel-infested eastern provincial
vFhe bullet-riddled bodies of the
fwn srhonlbovi. who had been ac
cused of complicity in the week
end bombing of a ponce car,
were found Monday on a highway
outside Santiago.
Although the identity of tneir
killers was not known, foes of the
government assumed they were
adherents Of President Fulgencio
Batista.
The first rebel reaction to tne
murders was the explosion of a
bomb in downtown Santiago. The
blast caused panic but no casual casualties
ties casualties or serious, damage.
Anti-government students later
In the day called strike t Snt
tiago's private schools, like the
one the two slain youths had been
attending. The strike spread to
the Havana Military institute.
Tunis Peace Team
Returns To Paris
To Meet Caillard
PARIS, March S (UP) Amer
ican peacemaker Robert p.
Murphy and hla British count counterpart
erpart counterpart Harold Beeley today
opened the second phase of
their attempt to reconcile
France and Tunisia.
They were scheduled to meet
Fremier Felix Gaillard at his
Hotel Matignon residence later
today.
It was Beeley's first venture
outside England since he was
nam!d British 'Jfood offices"
representative. His presence
here Indicated that the ex exploratory
ploratory exploratory nhase of the mission
was complete.
Deliver Cow,
"Nope,' said the W.U. man,
"is Wall Street, three or four
years ago, one of our messen messengers
gers messengers was called on, by a blonde
secretary, to bring her a two-foot
garter snske from a zoo. When
w got it, she gave the messen messenger
ger messenger a hug and told him he did a
fine job.
"There have been two or three
instances where our boys have
been asked to sit in at b r i d g e
games
"The cow, as I recall, was in
a pasture some distance from
home and the farmer was unable
ta go for, it tha;t ji'

court refused to mane an t inffli M

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missaries Short?

Big Military
Array Here
On March 15
Spectators visiting Albrook AFB
and Fort Davis on Armed Forces
Day, March 15 will see one of the
largest arrays of military exhi
bits that have been assembled in
the Canal Zone in several years.
Practically, every branch of
each service of the Caribbean
Command and many civic groups
will be represented by displays.
Annually, one of the most popu popular
lar popular exhibits, the U.S. Armv Ca
ribbean's zoo is again expected
to be a favorite with the younger
set. Part of the 1st Fatter y
Group's Jungle Trainine disnlav.
the zoo will Include many native
animals of Panama.
exhibits are plan-
fkm located in
on tne tiitht
exhibits. 8e itriiv
Air Force will have 12 air-
rft on disMav in the flight rimn
area, inese mcuiae an ,1,-19, L-20
and L-23 light Army aircraft and
a H-Z3 Army Helicopter. U.S. Air
rorce aircraft include cm r.
54, and C-130 transports; a T-33
jet trainer; B-2 and B-57 bomb bombers;
ers; bombers; an F-86 jet fighter and a
H-19 Helicopter.
At Fort Davis, static exhibits
will be concentrated in the Trans-
portation Motor Pool area where
OVer 30 Organisations will maintain
displays.
In addition, the Batterv "R"
rea will also be an "open house"
for the public to observe an anti
aircraft gun batterv in its actual
position. Shuttle busses will trans transport
port transport visitors from, the main sta static
tic static display area to Battery "B".
Two New Lawyers
With PC Admitted
To Canal Zone Bar
Two new members of the Pans-
ma Canal Company's legal stafx
were admitted to the Canal Zone
bar. this morning.
They are Paul T. Dunn and
W. Allen Sanders, who were sworn
in at a ceremony held in U.S. Dis District
trict District Court.

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and

Trade Winds Stagger on Gold Coast;

Forsake Sun. Hose

The heaviest March rainfall In Gold Coast history
drenched Cristobal yesterday afternoon when a freak rain
storm was swept in from the Caribbean on IS mile-pe r-hour
trade winds.
Between 2:40 p.m. and 9 p.m. 4.19 inches of rain were
recorded by the Cristobal weather station. This not only
broke all former March rainfall reeords but nearly equalled
the average Cristobal rainfall total for the month of March.
The previous single rainfall record for the month was
3.49 inches set March 23, 1931. The average total for March
on the Atlantic side is 4.43 inches although as much as 9.17
inches of rain has been known to fall in Cristobal daring
that so-called dry season month.
The storm, which moved in. yesterday afternoon from
the Caribbean, brought heavy rains as far inland as Gatun
where there was a 3.28 inch rainfall. The weather, station
at Candelaria reported 2.50 inches while smaller amounts
were recorded at Gamboa, qhlco and Madden Dam.

Teeth, Lunch pail, Don't Sing

Two classic stories in the com company
pany company files concern the eloping
couple and the mouse scared
woman.
The boy had to wiewar
him.
to take them to a license bureau
and to a clergyman, and then
used him as best man.
The scared woman, in a -Midwest
city, called for a boy and
when he arrived commanded him
to get a broom and drive a mouse
rom under the piano.
"As for the flagpole delivery,"
said the W.U. man, "there was a
workman repairing the pole up
about 10 feet and his wife sent

Zone Police Dance
Reservations Now;

Ball Friday
Running late on the drum-heat
ing for their 20th Annual Police
Ball, the Canal Zone's finest are
making on an all-nut push to sell
tickets.
Music starts day after tomor
row, at the union Club at 8 p.m.
"Pin down your table reserva
tion now," one copper urged to
day. Reservations close tomorrow
at 6 p.m. And the number to call
ts Balboa 1277.
, There's still -time, wheh you buy
your ticket, to vote for the uueen
of the Ball. You can, get it from
any policeman or from one of the
five lovely contestants San Sandra
dra Sandra Hughes, Pat Peck, Lynda Gey Gey-er,
er, Gey-er, Barbara Carter and Linda
Pearl.
Taxi service will be from the
Civil Affairs Building to the. U-
mon uuo. ana rewrn r a
mon uiup, ana wuu-u w
cent,, acta person.
three -Or" mor per-nns "de he.
same cab te facilitate t ta
probtein.
Prizes are: first, eeMhination
Hi-Fi set with built in Hat; second,
Silver service set; aim thrd, a
94 piece Noctocki China set.
There'll be continuous dance mu-
aie with entertainment and tun
for all.
Amador Soldier
Charged In Rape
Sent To Hospital
k w.vpar-nlri soldier from Ft
amarfnr was ordered transferred
to Gorgas Hospital for a mental
examination yesieraay wnen
chare of raoe was entered a-
eainst him in U.S. District Court
at Ancon.
The defendant is Sp-3 Joseph
W. Fisher of Hq. Detachment,
US Army Caribbean.
He was charged on Feb. 7 with
rapine a Panamanian girl on
Bruja Rod. Bail of $1,000 was set
at that time in Balboa Magistrate s
Court when the case was pound
over to the higher court.
Fisher is being represented by
attorney William J. Sheridan, Jr.
Down the Unwary
his lunchpail by messenger.
The boyvhad to wigwag him,
and he lowered a rope, pulled up
his lunch, signed the delivery slip
and lowered it, and the boy went
on his way."
Messengers have even been
sent to give doses of medicine to
sick persons.
- BJt one thing they don't have
to do anymore sing. The sing singing
ing singing greetings are now done by
W.U. recording o p e r a t o r s, by
phone.
But maybe they're mised there.
People used to order "your worst
messenger voice" for serenade duty.

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Latest Inventory
Reportedly Shows
Big Discrepancies

The most recent inventory of Panama Canal cam cam-missaries
missaries cam-missaries has revealed considerable shortages of stock in
some cases, it was unofficially report today.
Panama Canal Supply and Community Services di director
rector director L. A. Ferguson was not available for comment be before
fore before press time.
ftAThe $toc snorta9 appear to amount to at least
$5000 at one commissary and $3000 at another, it is said.
It is understood that since the inventory many com commissary
missary commissary employes have been transferred to other positions,
though still with the commissaries.
Discovery of the shoftagesdoes not apply only to
one or two commissaries, butfuns in arearer or lesser

degree practically all through the division, according ta
one source in close contact with commissary affairs. 1
There is no indication yet as to whether they are
likely to lead to police aeffon.
The commissary inventory was conducted, as usuoL

by the Office of the Comptroller.

A Commissary Forum is
at Balboa Heiahts toniahr
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Allocated To Canal
Two vacancies for appointment
to the U.S. Maritime Academy at
Kings Point, N.Y., each year
have been allocated to the Canal
Zone through a bill passed recent recently
ly recently by Congress and signed by
President Eisenhower.
The legislation authorized Gov.
W. E. Potter to nominate t w o
candidates each year from among
the sons of U.S. citizen residents
in tne canal zone ana tne sons
of U.S. citizen personnel of the
U.S. government and the Panama
Canal organization residing in the
republic of Panama.
Similar to some extent to the,
law which provides for the ap
pointment ot young men from
Bishop Of Pralo
Appeals Conviction
For Defaming Couple
ROME, March 5 (UP) The
Roman Catholic Bishop o" Prato
today pressed through state chan channels
nels channels an appeal against his convic conviction
tion conviction by an Italian criminal court
On defamation charpvs,
At the same time, the Vatican
rallied its vnorld-wide "spiritual
forces agains the "outrageous"
sentence which on? archbishop de described
scribed described as "a victory of atheistic
communism."
Italy's Christian Democratic gov
ernment, faced with critical uen
eral elections and the worst
church-state crisis in almost 0
years, maintained a discreet sil silence.
ence. silence. But the press of all parties, from
extreme right to communist left,
joined-in the fray of the celebrat-
ea case wnicn lega' expert sajft
might end up in Italy's highest
appeals court.
The
Judge's Bench
For driving recklessly on That
cher Highway Ruben A. Jorge,
was lined $25 today in Balboa
Magistrate's Court.
The 23-year-old Panamanian was
picked .up following ait accident
which occurred on Feb. 20.
A $10 fine was imposed on Bar
on L. Warren. 3vvear-o Id Jamai
can for driving without a license
Maximiuano Landecho, 30, Pa
namaman, was charged with un
lawfully having a red light dis
played on the front of his bus.
The imposition of his sentence was
suspended and. he was placed on
civ mnnlhc ni-nhatlnn

scheduled in the board room

TMinaariMliM
mJLWWi
Zone By Congress
the Canal Zone to the U.S. Mili Military
tary Military Naval and Air Force Acade Academies,
mies, Academies, the new legislation stipulate
that applications be handled local locally
ly locally by the Committee for Appoint Appointments
ments Appointments to the Military JNava and
Air Force Academies.
This committee consists of the
marine director as chairman; the
engineering and construction di
rector; the executive secretary;
and the superintendent oi the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Schools.
Hereto ore. candidates from the
Canal Zone, if found Qualified.
were appointed by the Secretary
of Commerce and admitted as
cadets to the Academy at Kings
t'oint. In the 10 years preceding
1956 there were 25 appointments
made to the Academy irom the
Zone. Of these, six were admit admitted
ted admitted irom the Canal Zone in 1955
alone.
Five Canal Zone youths weije
graduated in June 1947 as honor
students, in a class o. 211 cadBW.
Among them was Kenneth
Montanye of Baiboa, wdo was "dis "distinguished
tinguished "distinguished scholastically is one of
the top ten honor stuuents in tne
class. Other Canal Zone cadets
winning honors were Samuel S.
Irvin, Jr., of Corozal; Joseph J.
Schack, Jr., of Ba.boa; Ertu
Whipple, o. Cristobal; and Elmer
G. Huldtquist, of Diablo He'.: s.
Horacio Ducruet, son of the
lateComdr. LLuis J. A. DucrUet,
Chief of the Colon Fire Depart Department,
ment, Department, was Panama's, first appoin appointee
tee appointee to the Merchant Marine Aca Academy.
demy. Academy. He began his studies there
in 1947.
Because oi the maritime nature
of the Canal Zone, interest in
the Merchant Marine Academy al always
ways always has been high on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. At present a large uercent uercent-age
age uercent-age of the Panama Canal pilots
and several other employes art
graduates of Kings Point.
$100
A young U-S. Navy officer as assigned
signed assigned to the 15th Navai Dis District
trict District was fined $100 Monday in
the Panama City traffic "court
on a charsre of drunk driving.
The officer, Ens. John R.
Mullen, was found guilty by
Judge Sebastian Rios of driv driving
ing driving while .Intoxicated on the
night of Feb, 28 along Central
Avenue.
Mullen was accused by the
arresting officer of fai'ins- to
observe traffic siscnals and at at-temoting
temoting at-temoting to avoid arrest bf
turning the vehicle down a
one-way street.
When forced to om3 to
stop by oncoming traffic, Mul Mul-len
len Mul-len refused to turn over the
keys of hla car to the police policeman
man policeman and was said to have been
rude and abusive to police of officials
ficials officials and hosoltal personnel.
when he was taken tn the sn-
to Tomas Ho-U
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POSTCARDS FOR
Sir

I am a postcard collector ami very mucn warn wuie mc
postcarts of Panarn. i am a Chinese boy of 17. and woiurt be
fratefui it anyone vould send me some postcards. The Panamanian
consulate here not able to help me get any, and advised me to
"Ut0y0U' Ronald.,
Diamond Villa,
Diamond Hill,

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SCHOOL
Sir
ir .,f th. iirepni i:ed for

in ail the Can v Zone schools, and not only in the Balboa Junior High
School et us work (ogeUier constructively.
Evrvbodv' tgewt, 1 Jre aay, that something assuredly needs to
be done (Noma temperature, ventilating, and space needs checked
on an engineering and health basis indicate it.) ft the Governor has
bm completely stymied thus fariby the Bureau of the Budget ir his
e'forts -o get needed funds, then let us atk ourselves: What can we
do to improve the present situation as much as possible within the
bounds in whi:h wa mus'. work? We may, if we put our minds to it,
come up with scvrril worthwhile considerations. 1 shall submit one
suggestion bewv, alter first explaining the reason for it.
l nave heard nut once but over and over and over again, from
both teachers and students alike, that the afternoon class.es from 1
m ir ncz-iimniivh utramalv littlp Thp classrooms seem

like mitine nits. tne attention

oppressive heat seejis al: enveloping, and the patience of students
and their teacners is reportedly just about nil. During the noon hour,
the students ususliv get it is said, completely wilted or completely
soaked, and the afternoon school period is understandably f,uite
unproductive. A
The suggestion is nude Here, therefore, that the "pros" and
"cons" of having a school day from about 7 a.m., to 12:30 p.'m., (or
perhips from I'll j.m. to 12:45 p.m.) be studied and evaluated on a
trulj impartial basis. Let's not be either for it or against it without
honest and realistic reasons for our thinking. My opinion at the
moment is that there is both valid support for, and valid objection
to, this suggestion, i bekjete, however, that there is more support
for it t nan. then is argument against it; and that, wire it put into
operation the results would be quite an improvement over existing
conditions. I cta. we owe it to our children and to the teachers to
consider with n open mind any suggestion that might improve their
Mtuation.
In summary, it is suggested that the Administration and Schools
Ofiiciali give direful thought to a school day, beginning next
September, that begibt at or about 7 a.m. and lasts until about 12:30
f.m. it '
K. N. Willi mi
COMMONWEALTH STATUS

I htve baW reading the letters to the Mail Box and nu7

laaWc&sSrawS Unlttff fc1tes
v&f closely Asadciatea WWrHhat

mail wnn any ower spumry. mere is no reason wny we snpuia
twt take full advantage of our close association.
I recommend tnat we immediately petition the United States

for Commonwealth status similar

joining forces and promptly moving forward to full develop
ment of our country for the benefit of all our people.
I for one am willir r to forego my nationalism for the ad

vavneement of all or us Really
profiting by our present status,
development of the resources
more with the masses.

STAMP COLLECTORS
Sir:

My brother nri I collect stamps from foreign countries.
We wonld like to correspond with some boys our age in your
eountry We will exchange United States stamps with estrone
who will write to ns. I am 12 and my brother is 14. We would

like to learn about Panama

Louisville and Kentucky to those who are interested. Louisville
is. the largest city in Kentucky and is the home of the Kentucky
Derby. We live near a large park that is on the Ohio River.
We do not write Spanish, but if we receive any letters in
Spanish we will find someone to read them to us.
David L. Shapiro
4520 West BrMdway
Louisville 11, Kentucky
U.S.A.

, SUBSTANDARD SCHOOLS
Sir:
In the recent Pacific Counci meeting the Governor was confront,
ed with an obvious question, nameb': Why the crowded classrooms
and poor conditions of the Balboa Junior High School? He had a
ready-made answer. He turned to his stooge in charge of the set up
end out caiv.e duubletalk.
The wooden barracks is hot. Students and teachers swelter. And
get this. Soniu classes have 38 to 38 pupils in them. How can a teacher
do a job witn that load? There is absolutely no soap in the bathrooms.
Why are Panamanian students enrolled when the existing conditions
don't even adequately cover the Zone children? Afraid of offending
reasons ior this: .. i
Naturally there is no money for building improvements. Three
'.'reason lor tl??s.
More fnowers are being put 'into the Balboa Gymnasium. Chil Children
dren Children are forced to run a mile during recess on the track and of course
must be showered before being scat back into the crowded classrooms.
2 At ROTC building must be erected. Nine-tenths of those taking
that course will never bear arms for the U. S. and the course is anti-
Juated. But that doesn't matter. They marched on to the Balboa
tidium field with hats on backward, uniforms sloppily worn and
pins on the wrong shoulders. House those cadets by all means, Sir!
; fl 1 .Many thousands of dollars must be spent yearly to pay the
ever-staffed bunch of chiefs running the school from the air-conditioned
Civil Atfairs Building and above all, yearly, a check must be
(Sent to the States shoving several million dollars profit from the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company.
M. The gentleman who at the Margarita Civic Council meeting said
someone is a master of evasive tactics is not far from wrong.
Disgusted Parent

' HERE'S A PREDICTION
:
From the recent tone of Time Magazine's coverage of President
Eisenhower's handling of his responsibilities, it becomes clear this
publication is plumping to get Richard Nixon firmly seated in his
stead
I.p to now, Time's handling of Eisenhower news has been as 'in 'invariably
variably 'invariably laudatory as the facts would allow, sometimes maybe a
llittle more so But in the last few issues a cange of treatment is
noticeable.
Just watch for an easy drumbeat that Ike should turn1 over his
office to Nixon. This will rise to big bass rhythms and cymbals the
next time Ike has a tummy-ache.
Witt. Nixon once seated, it will be an easy to set tip enough hubub
to make poor ola Ike feel it unwise for him to return to duty status.
The Republicans will then have Nixon in the high office.
Thi ws exactly the (,OP strategy that was rumored all over
Latm Amei : before Ike was eased into running last time already
a we Hkoted ""Bt" ' ,r I'...-, j-'jm V'' .'...
Bit Of bit, that prophesy Is coming out, just exactly.
Taking Note

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MAN PLAYING Trff TYPEWRIT-
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Hasn't trn Let Angeles Police
Intefiigtnct Bureau 'the low low-down"
down" low-down" on Marie McDonalss' Ac Actual
tual Actual kidnapping? It allegedly in involves
volves involves a former Detroit hoodlum
now in legit biz... Dtan Martin
told scribes that the rtport he
would reconcile with Jurry Lew Lewis
is Lewis are ontrumors... Billy RMd's
Little Club celebrates its 11th
brithday mxt WdxdM. Happy
Mitedayl... Overheard about
Gitele MacKenxiu's tnvM show
cancellation: "I can't figgar it
out," said a columnist. "All I.
knew is that I wish my talent
had her kind of teknt... Gistlal
Keep your Opchin upl... Char'-
lotto Winson, the pretty Latin Q.
Oancer, gats baau-quatt i from
Stan f tshtr. He's M. Berlo's har
monica itar... Eavaidroppad at
I'twt" Hou
of londos: "On
LjyptiJsray, all H takes ir tome
ffOTa to bacomo an ingrate it a
friend."
Anyone can salvage the Italian
liner Andrea Doria. It's outside
the 12-mile limit. The law of the
sea... The salvager, however, must
divvy 50-50 with the owner of the
ill-fated ship... The "accidental"
death of Harry Fromkes is no
puzzle to his intimates: They
knew of his losses on the plays,
"Winesburg, Ohio," and "Square
Root of Wonderful"... Joe E. Lew
is philosophy: "A little milk is
always good for you, so' long, as
it is just a tittle and it is mixed
with rum"... At the current rate
of scientific progress Don Rondo
(the recording chap) figgers it
won't be too long before the sci
entists catch up with the space
comic books... Oooh, geewhizzer:
Tima Louise has her clothes torn
off (by Aldo Ray) in a movie
scene from Erskine Caldwell's top
bast-seller. 'God's Little Acre Acre-John
John Acre-John E. Hoover's book, "Masters
of Deceit" (the story of Commu Communism
nism Communism and' how to combat it), is
a must for your night-table.
Stave Allen's fifth book, "The
Giris on the Tenth Floor," will be
unve"ed by H. Holt and Co. April
17th. Most prolific man in show
biz... Why the Gabor sisters never
need psychiatrists: "We break
glasses and slam doors, and that
healthv." proclaims Magda... Di
nah Shore yak'd it up with chums
at Cafe Chauveron... Critie Brooks
Atkinson (dean of the aisle-assassins)
composed this posey for show
folks: "Retirement from the stage
involves one terrible hazard. The
danger that a good part will turn
w nil a J TM,-. "What
ud... Aoa douna--ijAcB.
. . tt I 1L. mvlm
Niffht for Love" and the
11
from 'II Trovatore"... News item:
"Russians say medals wilj he
awarded only for definite achieve achievements"...
ments"... achievements"... Like getting out of the
country?
SnoepiSkewp: Mens Proeman
nee enamoured with bina (and
ieo-vorsa), now holds ohIa
with Chaa. Compton, both tour tour-ing
ing tour-ing with "Middle of the Nieht"
...Alan Kino, tha comic, wa
fractured at the Wigas ml cm
tables. They never lerp.Un lerp.Un-da
da lerp.Un-da OloAten (en of the rAt
One's lvty imai) and An An-drow
drow An-drow Buckner keep .six notable
Barbara Carroll busy with r
ejuests at the VafHor
ed neighbor poHey??? Pl Pl-awmors
awmors Pl-awmors haadine for Canada bet bet-tar
tar bet-tar chetk vHth their agents a-,
bowt the new ll porcont intomo
tertamm'. wagos... Add Causes
to $PArt: Yhe terrific beooftt
ni.n for the three chlldron i and
Mrs. Billy Vr. Her Husband,
popular, kindly, night clob
star, pawed on suddenly ast
wok. intimaf. WJ
y eled-brokw. an Mrt. Vim did didn't
n't didn't have enough money (the eth-

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or night) to teed her brood.
New Yorhnrs please attend I
Irony: Gisele MacKenzie cnald
have, had the femrae lead in the
town s number one musical
smash, "The Music Man." M.
redith WiUson wrote it with hor
in mind. He gave her first refus
al, hhe wanted to do her own
teevee show which the sponsor
J o
uiumioueu. sssssssponsors. e
season commg up for road roadway
way roadway angles. More than 30 plays
have been optioned in the last 3
weeks,.. They say "Family Circle"
and "Every-Woman's" mag will
be married .Some comica (who
know a good thing when they read'
it here) are also adopting the
"Don't-Invite-to a-Partjr7' line.
Milt Kamen, funny geezer (at
Down-in-the Depths) convulses the
crowds there with his routine on
am He credjts WW. Imagine
dotlv.. Berjiard Nierow, who opens
at the Embers March 3, is the
youngst piano star to headline
there. He's 21... "New Girl m
new doll is Elizabeth Allen, "Ro
manoff and Juliet's" Juliet.
Love-letter rrom King Features
Syndicate's J. A. Brogan, Jr.:
"Dear Walter: I don't know any-
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I Hi
New York
thing about teevee ratines, hut
the artible in Editor and Publish
er interests me. Revlon savm it
will drop your show on March
28. I am. just a poor, old, ignorant,
American newspaper reader who,
after reading that story, is won wondering
dering wondering how accurate ratings are.
Trendex rated you with 15. Niel Nielsen
sen Nielsen and American Research both
gave you 14.5. One couldn't ask
for anything more consistent, than
mat. i understand Revlon assur assured
ed assured Desilu it would be happy with
a 15.
"iBut let's take a look at other
ratings mentioned by E and P.
Trendex gives Cavalcade of. Sports
10.8 and ARB gives the same
program 23.7. Could that he true
or is ft a typographical error?
Trendex also gives Line-Up 23.3
nfl AKB gives it 25.1... That, oo.
is a Bit of a spread is compared
to ratings given Winchell. Indid Indid-entally,
entally, Indid-entally, I liked your piece, in Sun
day's N.Y. Mirror mag on the.
news biz."
What the raters never mention
is that the "WW File" has less
than 70 live stations, while com
petitbrs (on at the same :Ume)
have 197 and 132... So I'm being
fired.

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ly PREW PEARSON

NGTON President Ei
stanch' defense of Ez-
ra Tail Benson results .irst from
the act that Benson is a sincere
gentleman with whom nobody can
differ Dersona.lv: second, trom
the tact that Ike's brother Milton
is Benson s strong champion. Ike
always re ies on Milt, who served
under Secretary oi Agriculture
Henry WaLace, .or his .arm ad advice.
vice. advice. However, in the latest report of
the Hopse Appropriations Commit Committee
tee Committee on agriculture are some inter interesting
esting interesting figures which neihter Ike,
nor Milton, npr most farmers of
the nation know much about.
They tej a significant story of1
what's wrong with Eara Ta.t pen pen-son's
son's pen-son's administration of American
agriculture.
The figures are official and
come from the Agriculture Depart Department
ment Department itsel They show that be between
tween between the time Benson took over
the-department and today he' has
added almost 20,008 extra bureau bureaucrats
crats bureaucrats end one billion dol'ars of ex expense.
pense. expense. This billion does not hfclude the
cost of crop supports or the soil
bank. It v only cpvers the actual
barebones operation of the Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Department.
Here is as breakdown of the fig figures:
ures: figures: In 1952, the Agriculture Depart Department
ment Department budget under outgoing Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Charley Brannan was $796, $796,-000,000.
000,000. $796,-000,000. Under Benson, the 1958
budget for operating the depart department
ment department is $l,728i00O,0O0.
The over-all agricultural budget
as Brannan went out of oifice, in including
cluding including the cost of Storing surp'us surp'us-es.
es. surp'us-es. crop price supports, and every
thing else was $850,000,000.
me over-ati nuagei unaer en-
son today is $7,400,000,000. This
is in increase of 750 per cent.
$7 BILLION MORE
The bis Question is how did the
over-ail budget jump from less
than one billion to more thin
seven billion in five short years,
when Benson simultaneously red reduced
uced reduced priee supports rom 90 per
cent of parity down to below 75
per cent of parity P
He was reducing price sup supports
ports supports in order ,to get rid of sur surpluses,
pluses, surpluses, yet his costs and hi3 sur sur-plues
plues sur-plues increased. What is the rea reason?
son? reason? The anwer goes to the root of
why Benson with al his sinceri sincerity,
ty, sincerity, has been a failure as Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of Agriculture. Though it can cannot
not cannot be spelled out in a few words,
here is part of the answer:
1. BUREAUCRATS VS. VOLUN VOLUNTEERS
TEERS VOLUNTEERS Benson immediately )ir )ir-ed
ed )ir-ed the farmers' committees which
were enforcing the farm acreage
program, and substituted paid bur
feaucrats. The volunteer farm
contmitteemen had been paid $57 1
a year, cmejy ior iravei w at attends
tends attends meetings. The buresuorate
are each paifod gfoto a ySar.
This not only increased Benson '&
budget, but it tended to put po policemen
licemen policemen in charge of farm acre acreage
age acreage restrictionsr Volunteer farm
committees did an excellent job
of restricting acreage. They knew
exactly what each neighbor was
doing and let no one get away with
anything.
But when paid bureaucrats took
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, over, the psychology of the pro

gram shifted. It was ike the Kus

sian peasant who is always out
to beat the Soviet inspector on! At a result, the price of nogs
the collective axms. fdio "not urop below parity excea
From democracy on the I arm, on one day.

aa uuuer me ow vo:unteer sy-i
tern, the system shitted to bureau-1
cracy on the farm. So there was
Inoa lit. i 1
less compliance with crop reduc
uon, less cooperation with th
gricu.ture Department.
2. MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT Ben Benson
son Benson has operated the Agriculture
Department wflb an eye to Help Helping
ing Helping the-middleman, not the farm farmer.
er. farmer. His whole background in Wash Washington
ington Washington before he became Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary o. Agriculture was- with the pro pro-essor,
essor, pro-essor, the equipment manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, not the farmer.
To illustrate:
In 195W7 when Benson' moved
into the hog market to support the
price of pork, he omitted trbm his
bog-purchasing contract a clause
.which requires packers to buy
nogs at parity prices.
He signed contracts with the
meat packers Ui buy up pork,
with a guarantee to take it off
their hands. But he did not require
them to pay 4the irmer a guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed price.
Thus, they cou'd step into the
hog market and buy below pari
ty, ana sen 10 Benson at a guar
anteed price which was exactly
what they did.
Result was that the price mi
hogs went below parity, the farm farmers
ers farmers didn't benefit, the packers did
benefit, and the taxpayers p a i
out $98,600,000 supposedly to sup support
port support the, price of pork, while the
price of pork simultaneously was
going down and down.
Benson was favoring the mid middleman,,
dleman,, middleman,, no the armer.
In contrast, Charley Brannan
Mepjiep imo me maraei ui sun
port hogs. in 1949, but put a oUuse
in his contract by which the pac-

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! kers had to .buy hogs from far:
'ers at parity prices.
Brannan then gave his iKL'ua
hams immeuiaieiy to the school
jliuma program, tnus sawo the
cost o. storage. The total cost to
the taxpayer was $18,000,
The farmers and school chil children,
dren, children, not toe meat packers pro profited.
fited. profited. And if yon went to see who is
mailing the big money today takt
a look at the stock market ques questions
tions questions during last tail's Wall Street
slump and see what happened o
the big packers and middlemen a
stocks. Ihey went up while the
stock market went down.
Churchill's
Doctor May
Stop Trip To US
ROQUEBRUNE. Cap Martin,
France,. March 5 (UP)-rr Win
ston Churchill's secretary said to today
day today that "nothing has been set settled"
tled" settled" about taking the 83-year-old
statesman home
In T nnrlnn n vt
week to convalesce from a bout
of pneumonia and pleurisy.
- The secretary, Anthony Mon Montague
tague Montague Browne, indicated that all
decisions would be made by Lord
Moran. Churchi I's physician who
saw him through the illness at
Churchill's vacation villa here.
Although London press itports
have said that Churrhil' ti'' ii
tended to make a scheduled trio
, to Washing on nex mont.i heje
was doubt that Lord Moran would
approve it.

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MARKS WTH BIRTHDAY Celebrating his 70th birthday,
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Is shown at the White
House, where he started, off a busy day by attending a break break-last
last break-last given by President Eisenhower in honor of Gen. Ydigoras
Fuentes, President-electpf Guatemala.

Adminislalion Says
Businessmen's Duly
Is To Spread Cheer
, WASHINGTON, March 5 -(UP)
The administration wants busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen to stop wailing bout the
recession and start a sales cam

paign to restore commence ui u
. American economy.
The program of "preaching
more vigorously the gospel of
y self-help" began with speeches by
! two Commerce Department offi officials.
cials. officials. There probably will be more
of the same soon.
The officials told businessmen
melancholy public statements a a-bout
bout a-bout economic conditions 'only
make things worse. They said a
businessman's duty is to talk about
the bright side of the picture.
They also urged business to rec recognize
ognize recognize it is in a "buyers' market''
and step up sales efforts accord accordingly
ingly accordingly I A Commerce Department spokes spokes-'
' spokes-' nn acknowledged that recent
speeches by Assistant Secretary
few. i i IT an jtkic dan.

iuty GM1 P. Oeehsle were the open open-jlng
jlng open-jlng guns of a stepped-up campaign

boosting the confidence of the buy buying
ing buying public.
Both Mueller and Oeehsle sound sounded
ed sounded the same theme in their speech speeches
es speeches except that the Assistant Secre Secretary
tary Secretary flatly declared yesterday the
a ..:.. 'I ftarhslp

naLIUU IS III icvmoiuh. ww..-fv
talked only of an "economic read

justment;' ana "Dusmess wreauiw
in his speech last Friday.
(It was only last Wednesday that
President Eisenhower used the
words "depression" once and "re

cession" in discussing the econo

mic situation. Until then, no one
in the administration used either
5 word in public).
Newspaper Predicts
Creation Of More
Heat Than Sun's
; LONDON, March 5 (UP) A
newspaper said today that British
nuclear scientists trying to con convert
vert convert the hydrogen bomb into
peaceful uses would create tem temperatures
peratures temperatures hotter than the center
of the sun itself by the end of
this year.
The scientists at the. Harwell
atomic enerjy plant have
; achieved temperatures higher
-than 5 million degrees, centigrade
, under controlled laboratory condi conditions;
tions; conditions; This year, the Daily Herald
aid, they planned to achieve
temperatures of 25 million de de-:gres
:gres de-:gres 10 million degrees hotter
than the core of the sun.
A banner-headlined story in the
Herald by Reporter Gilbert Car Carter
ter Carter said' the scientists possibly
might reach their goal within
eight months.
Purpose of the experiments is
to create controlled fusion and
convert the energy into means to
produce electric power.
$100,000 Nobody
Wanted In Hands
Of Texas GOP
AUSTIN, Tex. (UP)-The $100, $100,-00
00 $100,-00 that nobody wanted has
dropped into the open hands of
the Texas Republican Committee.

! The committee voted Monday to

keep the publicized proceeds from
last month's dinner for House Mi Minority
nority Minority Leader Joseph W. Martin
(R-Mass.).
The Executive Comittee de defended
fended defended the Houston dinner, made
a controversy by GOP Commit Committeeman
teeman Committeeman H. J. (Jack) Porter's let letter
ter letter to Texas oil and gas men.
They said it represented "a le legitimate
gitimate legitimate and well-established fund
raising approach for which no
apology is needed."
The National GOP Committee
reacted the $100,000. after a
Y' on nev : -r put) tcizeti
Porter's letter,' which lauded Marti-"
as a fr;e-d of the Harris Harris-O'Hara
O'Hara Harris-O'Hara Gas bill

Average Salary
Of US College
Prof Is $6,120
WASHINGTON' (UP) The Of

fice of Education reported today

that the average salary o. college
professors in the United States
this year is $6,120.
Marion B. Folsom, secretary of
health education and welfare,
said the report points up "again
that salaries of college teachers
are shamefully low in the light

ot tne crucial importance of high higher
er higher education."
The report also noted that col college
lege college tuition and fees are rising.
It said those charged by public
institutions average $13 more this

year than last, an increase of 9.2
per cent. Similar charges by pri private
vate private colleges went up $36, or 7.?

per ceni.
Lawrence G. Dethrick, U. S
com micinnof r,t

v.....u.wi.vt vi cuuvAMuu, ex expressed
pressed expressed "concern over the rising
mat f 11 J

woi vi a timege eaucauon.
' 'T om Pifn lU.n. 1 i.

- uc uicxo may oe valid
reasons for increasing tuition
-COSts in some intitnfifn k.

, ......luMuiia, lie
said. "Bnt we should bear in
ITI lln thfil MAIllhf Ma I 1. 1

i'l v "wvicijr as wnoie Ben Benefits
efits Benefits from the education of rh

...v.. 1UU1, 7Wp, Jl

atlon puduc taxa-
iStudents in public colleges are
??Jng a,ver8e of $155 in tui tui-I'0"
I'0" tui-I'0" nd fees, for the current

77 Zt vumyarea witn J531

wwv m Hiivaic mstuutions

Russia Wants Bait
For Nuclear Tests
Held On High Jeas
GENEVA. SwitTerlanrl

(VP) Russia f,H ..ii.j t

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A nan nn niinlft ..... i

Tlr,U-H Jgk Where the
United States conducts many of
its hydrogen bomb experiments.
In a HnuKU u .1.1, ,

m VkZio. statement
tO the 8fi-na linn ,.r,f -...... .v.

& i J sponsored by the
Till tH Nlt nni. f :l. .

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K.iiCtZ V ?c U1, JVnovicn
lunxm said the proposals would

ference. whirb nixm.j ...

in llitna kr t WWK,

" coa oe -an agreed

invnW.H in f"1

fiii 1 "" operations

Its

Russia is belipvw? t t t

super weapons in remote areas
of Siberia. One test range has
tennP01nted nMr '-locked

. nited. states "e EniwJ EniwJ-tok
tok EniwJ-tok Ato 1 n tho p.ii. Sr "uw;

"'"'Vf uo"io tests, in
dition to its atomic test ranee

desert.

Tunkin read his three
statetnent to newsmen in
English unA m .1..1K.

Stood a 90-minute period of

Tunkin mill ...!. n

.uZ.il w n O

oiiujcb are wasnea by 14
nan a vital ini

time questions.
Referring fn ho tk.i

nations had set varying limits
their rnactal .u-f.i .

SOmp rantrmo tM

. -"o 13 as OUU ml

see the distance fixed between
and 12 miles.
But hp saiH th.I i

v uiumme laws
should be extended to ban nuclear

uu uici muiiuciear weapons t
in any area of the high TsTas.

ad

at

the

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with.

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waters,

miles,

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tests

GUATEMALAN SWORN IN

fill ATF.M AT.a rvrv trVs

miguei laigoras t uentes was

sworn m as we new president

ouatemaia Sunday. He told a
special session of Congress that
he received assurances from
President Eisenhower during his
visit to Washington last week that
American aid would continue to
fiuafpmalo "until 'nMm.in;..

dennrte'y is uprooted from our

sou.

CHICAGO (UP)-The 60th anni anniversary
versary anniversary edition of Who's Who in
America tor 1958-59 rolled off the
presses today, building with the
names and Diographies of 90,645
VIP's. r
The new edition is the biggest
every and includes 7,773 persons
who made the select listing tor

the first time. The volume con contains
tains contains 3,328 pages and weighs
about eight pounas.
The publishers, Marquis-Who's
Who, said the first edition pub published
lished published in 1898 contained a mere
8,602 listings of prominent per
sons.
Tne new volume features an
anniversary message by Carl
Sandburg and a preiace by fu-.
Inzer Prize winning biographer
Alian Nevins.
The Rev. Arthur Judson Brown.

101, a New York Presoyierun

leaaer, is tne oldest person listed.
The youngest is actress Marsaret

V UI1CU, AX.

Newcomers include authsrs

Truman Capote and Sarah Cath
erine Marshal.

Automobile, Truck

Production Down,

Big Three Say

DETROIT (UP)-Car and truck

production in the United States is
down nearly 30 per cent for the

first two months of the year.

figures released by the Bib Three

showed today.

All three companies, General
Motors, Ford and Chrysler,
showed big production drops from
the 1957 rates. But General Mo Motors,
tors, Motors, last year accounting for

close to 48 per cent of prpduc

uun, inis year ciaims ao per cent
Chrysler showed the biggest pro

portional drop in production. In

January-February 1957, Chrysler
built 131,274 cars and trucks. This

year it built 46,788.

Ford Motor Co. in the first two

months of 1957 built 200,842 cars

and trucks but this has built only

130,491.
General Motors has produced

56,145 cars, trucks and buses

compared to 649,241 last year.
Ford car production is down

from 133:471 last year to 95,701.

Plymouth production this year is

27,148 compared with 65,641 last
year.
Chevrolet is the only ear make
to top 1957 production, with 276,741

assemblies so far compared with

276,418 in 1957.

Laborer Admits
Threatening Boston
Archbishop Sunday

BOSTON (UP An unskilled

shoe laborer who police said ad

mitted threatening the life of
Archbishop Richard J. Cushing
because "funny things come into
my mind when I've been drink

ing faced arraignment today.

The 50-year-old unmarried sua

Dect wil be the first to be

charged under the new state law
that makes phony bomb threats

for "purposes of creating anxiety

ui a coi asi a pci ouu n jt;i ouuo
a felony. Conviction could bring a

prison term up to 10 years.

Actually, the telephoned bomb

threat appeared to create very
little "anxiety" irt the archbishop.
He went about his normal Sunday

duties and refused to take the in

cident seriously.

The threatening call was made
to a police station early Sunday

morning, warning the officer the

archbishop would be killed and

Holy Cross Cathedral blown up.

Police guarded the prelate and

the church through 'the day but

nothing occurred.

Police arrested the suspect at
work Monday after receiving an
anonymous telephone tip. When

police approached, they said the

man put his hand to his head and
said, "what have T done now?"

investigators said the' "suspect

later confessed to the call and ex

plained "funy. things come, into
my mind when I've ben drink drinking."
ing." drinking." He has 17 prior arrests on
drunkenness charges, according to
police records and has also
serevd three months in the house

of correction. He was once under

observation at Boston Psycho-ath
ic Hospital.

Police believed the man did not
intend to carry out his threats.

They said that he would probably
be commited to a mental institu institution.
tion. institution.

There are 32 newsmen and ex

ecutives of the United Press list

ed, including Pulitzer Prize win
ning foreign correspondent Ruj

sell Jpnes and women's editor
Gay Pauley.
Foreign listings include French
author Albert Camus, French

pm.osopner Jean Paul Sartre,
British Ambassador Sir Harold A.
Caccia, Israel Foreign Minister

uoiaa Myerson and German steel

Baron Alfred Krupp.
'Religious Bigots'
Blamed In Dayton's
Havoc Over Film
DAYTON. Ohio niPV-flnrnmis

sioners of suburban Oakwood to
day considered complaints tha
"Aftd God Created Woman i

motion picture starring French
actress Brreitte Bardot. has turned

their town into a "cinema sex

center."
Havoc .broke loose Monday night
aftpr the. French film onenpd at

tne uaswooa rar mus ineater.
More than 125 residents marched

to the city hall to demand the
Oakwood City Commission take

legal steps to control tne kilci

of films being shown.
Earl Bates, head, of the commis

sion, said most of the citizens

objected iff the outdoor advertising
used in connection with "And God
Created Wemen."
Shortly after the meeting broke
up, more than 300 patrons were
tnlrf to leave the theater because

a bomb was reported to have been

planted there. The tneater was
coarr-hpH hut nn bomb was found.

Thpater manaaer Al Warth

charged the complaints originated
with a few 'religious bigots."
TKa mm mission has a creed to

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investigate the charges made by

Oakwood citizens.
City Atty. Francis McDaniel
sard the community would have a
1 tt... nhsnrl of rpmOVUie SeX

films from the local theater If rt

could prove juveniles were admit admitted
ted admitted to the screenings.
"And God Created Woman" was
.rticpi as "for adults only

Warth said no children saw the

film.

NOT INTERESTED -At the
sate Judge Birdie Amsterdam
chalks up "firsts," It wouldn't
be surprising to see her the first
woman ever appointed to the
U.S. Supreme Court But that's
not for her says the 66-year-old
Jurist, only one of her sex
ever elected to New York's
highest Judicial post, the State
Supreme Court "This has been
my dream," she says. "I have
do aspiration beyond this.
want that understood."

Arthur Rubinstein
Stricken In Quito
With Congestion
QUITO, Ecuador, March 5 (UP)
Concert pianist. Arthur Rubin Rubin-Stein
Stein Rubin-Stein was stricken yesterday and
forced to cancel a performance
scheduled for last night. Doctors
described his illness as pulmon pulmonary
ary pulmonary congestion.
They said the world famed
pianist ignored their recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation that he remain in his hotel
room yesterday and insisted on
going to a rehearsal in the afternoon.

Kjmu Bl

A blonde, a brunette, a mystery smuggler, an ex-war
Silot and the International Police are some of the fascinat fascinat-Bg
Bg fascinat-Bg people you will meet in M-G-M's nerve tingling pic picture,
ture, picture, "IIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY" OPENING TOMORROW
AT THE LUX, Starring: Robert Taylor and Dorothy Malone.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NIA Service

NORTH

AJ9
AQ
10 8

None

WEST (D)
AKQ7 6 53
V632

19

1084
7643

EAST
10 8 2
VKJ97

A eK95J
84 53
SOUTH
A4
QJ
AKQJ 109 762
Both vulnerable
West North East South
4 A Pass Pass S
Pass. Pass Double Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead AK

"Everything hannens to me."

moaned Hard Luck Joe. "Now it's

nine-card suits."

'So what!" erumbled his unfor

tunate partner. "If vou had

enough sense to shift to a heart at
trick three South would have been
set, nine-card suit and all."

Joe had nnpnpH th lrini nf

apades an dafter receiving the

aeuce irom ms partner hart cash cashed
ed cashed his. ace of diamonds and than

played the ace of spades.
South had simnlv rnffpd and run

the rest of -his duhs. di

down to the ace and queen of

nearts m dummy. The last club

lead had squeezed East. He had to
unguard his king of hearts in or order
der order to retain the king of diamonds
whereupon South had gone up with
the ace of hearts and dropped
East's king.

A heart shift hv Trip at MnW

three would have broken up the
squeeze and South would have
cone down one trick. Or avun hat.

ter, South might have taken a des

perate neart finesse in Which case
he would have been set two tricks,
not one.

Joe had a reason for plavine the

second spade. He suggested that
East's deuce of spades might have
been a singleton. East claimed
that this was most unlikely since

South had risked a vulnerable five five-club
club five-club bid with only one ace. Of
course East could not have a dou dou-bleton
bleton dou-bleton spade. In that case he
would have played his higher card

in that suit.

As usual, I must agree with Joe's

partner. East had doubled five
clubs. Either he held a sure trump
trick or the king of hearts or both.
A heart shift was imperative and
when Joe played the ace of spades

he had produced his own bad J

1UCK.

Q The bidding has been:

North Cast South West

IV Pass 2 Pass
2 A Pass 4V Pass
5 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
A87 VKJ6 Q 10 9 6 5 A Q J
What do you do?

; A Bid tlx hearts. Do not
bother to show the see of clubs
! since you are not at all Interested
In a (rand slam bid.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand. The
bidding has been:
North East South West
1 Pass lo Pass
1 A Pass ?
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

Huge Riot Follows

Wafer-Shortage Row

hi Karachi Streets
KARACHI. Pakistan March

(UP) Five thousand to 10,000
persons rioted .for more than
four hours in a fight over water

u ims waier-snort city yesterday.

Witnesses estimated eight tO' 15

persons were Killed, but these fig figures
ures figures were not considered reliable.
Police public relations officer As As-lam
lam As-lam All said at least 20 were in injured
jured injured and 21 arretted, but admit admitted
ted admitted he did hot bsa complete de details.
tails. details. ., IP ;
Thci fiffhtino M. I- tk.

- --" "Ivan1 UUI 111 UIC
NazimaBad refugee section of Ka Karachi
rachi Karachi this morning and raged for
frtllil kjUIM. . .i 1 I, 1 .

uvuis mmi u was Drougnt
under control by police using
iear gas.'
Witnesses said mobs hurling
stones, swineine sticks and weld.

ing knives clashed in narrow

lane mw straw huts and dingy
houses.

The fighting was believed to

nave started when nosthwest fron
tier immigrants atempted to ob

tain water from a public tap

uurmg me morning nours. In wa wa-tershort
tershort wa-tershort Karachi this group is
not supposed to. get water until

Cuddling Strike
Flops As Spring
Comes To Oxford

OXFORD, England, March 5-

(UP) Balmy, springlike weather
today bjroke a coed 'necking
strike" designed to force college
men into a campaign for nuclear
disarmament. A strikeleader said
the girls simply "like men more
than they tear the H-bomb."
J -i'!t -i
The strike lasted only two days.
It started when girls at4St. Hil Hilda's
da's Hilda's Co lege at Oxford University
decided the best way to force men
at the school into supnorting their
disarmament campaign was to
deny them all "kissing and cud cuddling"
dling" cuddling" until they saw the light.
There are 5,000 men to 1,000
girls at Oxford.
Some boys laughed. Some were
angry. 'And then a foretaste of
spring settled on the country.
Fancies began to turn to other
things than international, isues.
the afternoon.
Refugee with morning water
privileges are said to ha UP at.

tacked the northwest frontier

group, setting off the riots in an
area where refugee-immigrant re relations
lations relations already were strained.
Steel-helmeteA-. police a r m e d

with rifles, long sicks and tear!

gas finally restored an 'uneasy,
peace, but tension continued to'

run high tonight.

MINERS KILLED
tUTTERADE, Holland, Marih I
(UP) Re s m e crews today
brought up the mangled bodies of
two men killed in a mine cave-in
and gave up hope of rescuing an another
other another five men still trapped.
The mine had been considered
one of the safest in Europe.
A group of 40 apprentice miners
were being schooled by five ex

perienced miners in a special

training gallery at. the Maurits
mine when the cave-in occurred
yesterday.

Lehman Favors US
Laws To Protect
Minority Groups
WASHINGTON (UP) Former

Sen. Herbert H. Lehman of New
York called today for public pres

sure on Congress to pass civn
richta laws specifically banning

racial discrimination in education,
travel, employment and use of
public facilities.

The retired Democratic senator
also proposed laws to give the
courts and Justice Department
more tools to force compliance
with school desegregation decrees.
In addition, Lehman said federal
legislation is needed to protect the
NAACP, and the Urban League
from "harrassment and persecu

tion by state governments."

Lehman made the proposals in
s speech at Howard University,
where he accepted an honorary

doctor of laws degree. The Negro
university celebrated its 91st an
niversity today.
He said there are "timid sools"
in the federal government's top
leadership who "have a regrett regrettable
able regrettable tendency to identify them themselves
selves themselves as a kind of third force
in the arena of strugg'e... neutra neutralists
lists neutralists in the cold war over civil
rights,
"The President must broaden
his actions," Lehman said. "He
brought physical force to bear on
the Little Rock situation. He is
long overdue in applying moral
force. The President must act now
to exercise moral leadership and
rally all men of good will in the
North and South for the great
tasks ahead."

PLANE LANDS SAFELY
LONDON, March 4 (UP) An
airliner carrying 41 passengers on
a flight from South Africa landed
safely at London Airport last
night with one engine afire.
Six fire engines and crash tend tenders
ers tenders stood by while the plane land landed.
ed. landed. The blaze was extinguished
quickly and no one was injured.

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MISS' RUTH E. COPPENHAVER RECOMES RRIDE

OF MR. GERALD 1. BLAUADunn ax mnnw" vnnrnu

Miss Ruth E. Coppenhsrer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

C Copnenhaver of Cocoli became tne nnae 01 mt. ueraia
T Blackburn at a ceremony held recently at Ft. Amador

Chapel.

( the blrde, who was given a a-'way
'way a-'way by her father wore a balleri ballerina
na ballerina length gown of nylon and lace,
tinl Viv taffpfa iackel with a

mandarin collar. The veil was held

; in place by a bead ana

I crown

The

Gr;
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Ji-aHail In nirilr anil the luninr

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penhaver, as sister ox tne Driae
was drtssed in green.
The Best man was Joseph A.
Campos and the ushers were Mil-

brun D. Decker and Daniie J.
Jnnps The marrlaee eerpmonv

of st. Mtpyiwt-jnuBi T'
, Mother qf theHlrde, Mrs. D.iw.

Coppenhaver, wore a bcig? lace
over satin with pink iccessoric?.
A reception was held in the
ballroom of the Tivoli Hotel.
Miss Ruth Thompson was In

charge of the Bride's Book. Miss

Florence Bauchman and Mrs.
Thompson officiated at the punch
bolws. Mrs. W. T. Smith, grand grandmother
mother grandmother of the birde dispensed the
wedding cake.

The bride and groom left, torj

their noneymoon. un tneir return
thev will be at hom? in Curundu,

for three weeks, before leaving to
make their home in Wellington,

am

Sal Rlzzo, the new owner of the

.Rooseveit bar Lounge ana unu
is making a complete repair
and renovation 01 the entire
establishment. The Roosevelt

Bar is now open to the public.
Sal hopes that his friends from

both tne Canal Zone and Pan Panama
ama Panama will stop in to se him. Sal
predicts that his place will be
the most popular place on the
Isthmus. Music and Food will

be available for your pleasure

AGUSTIN E. OSORIO

CHARLES GALE

Secretary Of Veneiuelen

cmeassy Bmerrain
With Dinner Party

The Secretary ot the Veneruelan
Embassy. Leon Alfnnsn Pino anH

his wi e Soledad de Pino, were
hots at a dinner party at their
I II L. I

uume jnunuay nigni in, nonor Ot

we Venezuelan Amoassaaor to
Panama. Col. Estphan PhalhanH

Cardona, and Mrs. Chalbaud who

are leaving tne isthmus coon.

Mrs. Trtffingar

Leaves To Join

Husband In Florida

Mrs. Cleone Treffinfw left vps

terdav moraine to return to nr.

lanao, na., 10 join her Husband

u.. voi. tiienn k. Trefflnfer, U.
S. A. R. who rpti-pH last Aitcnict

Mrs. Treffinger, who had been

vu leave w augeuce, resign eu irom
her position in the Balboa Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary Schol after teaching in the
Canal Zone since 1945. During the
visit, several days were spent as

me nouse guest o: Miss Cornelia
Malmberg first grade teacher at
Balboa School.

Mr. Gerald Welch
Arrives Te Wed
Miss Grece Lombane

Mr. Gerald J Wl1i arrived

yesterday from Miami, Fla. for
his weddine to Miss Crap T.n'm.

bana which will take place on Sa-

iruaay March 8 at 3 p.m. He was
! 1 i i .,

ctciuuipaniea oy nis momer Mrs.
Edward F. Welch.

No invitations to the wedding

nave Deen issued, Dut all friends
of the couple and their families
are invited to attend the wedding
and the reception, which will fol
low at the Tivoli Guest House.

(continued on Page 1)
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RALEIGH. N.C. fUPf' The

State Board 6f Agriculture re

vealed Monday Its new swine di

asBostie" laboratory WiH be locat

ed on rtraoue noad.

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The New Bartenders of the Roosevelt Bar. Both well known
in the Canal Zone and Panama, will be available day and
to serve their friends.

CHS Thespians To Present
'Arsenic, Old Lace Friday

In Cristobal High School Audi

torium at 8 p.m. on Friday, the
curtain will rise on a fhespian
performance of Joseph Kesserlr-

ing's classic comedy, Arsenic And

Old Lace.
The piay, one of the most sue

cessful comedies of the American
stage, is the story ot two sweet,

respectable, elderly ladies Ab-

by ana Manna urewster wno

perform tne quesuoname cnaruy
oi poisoning old, lonely men, whom

they afterwards bury in their cel

lar, with appropriate ceremony.
Their nephew, "Teddy," who

lives with them, believes himself

to be Teddy Roosevelt. Teddy's

pet project is digging the Panama

Canal in the Brewster cellar. When

ever he discovers one of his Aunts

"charities." he buries him in the

"new Lock," believing the corpse
to be a yellow fever victim.

Nephew Mortimer, the only sane
Brewster, who later discovers that

he is not really a Brewster, de

votes all his efforts to rectifying
this improbable situation. But the
unexpected visit of "brother" Jo

nathan, a homicidal maniac, and

his ratty companion, Dr. Einstein,
adds considerably to his confusion.
The charming and inane Abby
Brewster will be portrayed by

Claire White, who had starring

roies in "The Loud Red Patrick"

and "Life With Mother". The gen gentle,
tle, gentle, Victorian Martha will be play played
ed played by Mandy Donahue,

WjQlanneti

The woman who accepts a

man's small courtesies without vi

sible appreciation is not only be being
ing being ungracious but she is also dis

couraging -aim irom similar

courtesy toward other" women.

If a man goes unthanked he

would be only human if he thought,
"Why botherP"

Mortimer will be played by Mi-
phfiAl AnOAPmii lac TIia rveifre f

Teddy Brewster and Mr. Gibbs
...ill'l U I.-i T!I, I.

wiu ue uanuiea oy Bin nayes, wno
previously shared star billing in
"Ansel Street" and "The Limd

Red Patrick".

Arnold Brooks and Joe Lorenzo
make UO the hilarious toam of

Jonathan, and Dr. Einstein.

Judy Butler,' who previously ap ap-pearred
pearred ap-pearred as Mary Flanagan in "The
Loud Red Patrick." i.il, .imwir

as pretty Elaine Harper, Mortim

er s nances.
Officer O'Hara will be portrayed
by William Lawrance, wlio starrer
as Patrick in "The Loud Red Pa
trick", and who arthiwvoil in uiiar.

al other productions.

ine nev. ur. Harper, Officer
Brophy, Officer Klein, Lt. Roo Roo-ney,
ney, Roo-ney, and Mr. Witherspoon will be
played by Wttliam Limkemann,
Randy Cpate, Leroy Wriein and
Arthur Lawrance, respectively.
Duke Of-Windsor
Gives Up Two
Honorqry Titles
LLONDON, March 5 (UP) The
Duke of Windsor gave tip two
honorary military titles today
sparking talk that young Prince
Charles soon may be designated
Prince of Wales.
Windsor, who left the British
throne to marry American di divorcee,
vorcee, divorcee, "Wallis Warfield Simpson,
was the last to bold the Prince
of Wales title.
The Official Gasette announced
today that he had asked to be
released from the honorary ap appointment!
pointment! appointment! of coloriel-in-chief of
the Duke of Cornwall's Light In Infantry
fantry Infantry and the Smith T .anpnctiirn

Regiment, which alio is called W

rrmce ot waies YOlunteers.

IBoth regiments traditionally

nave been connected closely to the
heh to the British throne Thev

soon will be merged with other

regiments as part of a move

streamlining the army.
The 'title Prince of Wales tra

ditionally is giyen to the male
heir to the throne. Queen Eltza-

btth, Windsor's niece, so far has
eiven her son. Charles, onlv the

Duke of Cornwall title.

In all parts of the United States

people are enjoying smorgasbord

parties. This Swedish form of buf

fet sapper is a pleasant and ample
way' to enertain many people.
Rtcentlv we event to a Swedish

smorgasbord party in the Persian

Room of New Yorks' Plaza Hotel.
It was really a smorgasbord to

end all smorgasbords. All the food
was beautifully arranged on one
long table, decorated with flow flowers,
ers, flowers, candles and cakes of icje.
Heres the staggering menu:'
Hot: Scrambled eggs, sliced
lamb kidneys in sherry sauce, ve very
ry very small meatballs Bordelaise,
creamed hard cooked eggs with
finely chopped filets of anchovies,
boiled potatoes sprinkled- with
fresh dill, sweetbreads and mush mushrooms
rooms mushrooms au gratin, stuffed small
cabbages, whole suckling pig.

Cold: Lobster salad m aspic,
pate maisott in aspic, heart of
celery, stuffed celery, ripe, and
green olivet, small sweet pickles,
sliced dill pickles, smoked salmon
with sharp mustard sauce, chop chopped
ped chopped herring and potato salad, beet-

apple-herring salad mixed lightly
with mayonnaise, plain potato sal salad,
ad, salad, macaroni salad, thinly sliced
ham, herring in sour cream, im imported
ported imported sardines, filets of ancho anchovies,
vies, anchovies, head cheese, Kieler-Sprotten,
shrimp on horseback with mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise and freshly chopped dill,
bowl of sliced cucumbers in sea seasoned
soned seasoned vinegar, imported Swedish
cheese, plain and. with seeds, goat
cheese, assorted Swedish breads
and crackers.
Dessert: Swedish apple cake,
coffee.

JiePlafote

fkieat

When the United States declares
war, censorship begins.
If I send a letter overseas, my
correspondent may be able to make
no sense' of it. Words, sentences,
even Whole pages may be blacked
out.'
This is because mv country fears

its enemy. Where in peacetime
it would see the lull in ormation

contained in my letter as harm-

i U-A ,k.

less, in wartime u iears inu we

enamv will make destructive use
of it. It therefore destroys my
ability to communicate to my
overseas friend.
Chi dren lie tp ds for the same
reason that countries establish war
time censorship.
They fear the whole truth will
be used against them
Janet censors the full story of
what she's been up to after shcool
because she fears we'll say, "You
mean you've been hanging around
that ice cream parlor again when
you've been told not to?" She
gives us "a blacked:out version of
her alternoon activity lest the
true one invite attack.
Thus, her lie is not our problem.
The problem is her be ief that
we are her .enemy.
Just as the United States believes
that its enemy is bent on destroy destroying
ing destroying its shipping, Janet believes

we are out to destroy her plea pleasure
sure pleasure in the admiration of the boys
at the ice cream parlor.
Our solution is changing her be
fief.
We cannqt change it so long ai
we see her lie as a reflection on
our worth as a parent. For then
we get trapped in the rig, angry,
reproachful scene. We demand
the truth to justify ourselves as
a good parent. We may even get
it but we have not solved our
problem.
Janet still be'leves us to be the
enemy of her pleasure in talking
to boys at the ice cream parlor.
So the solution it to guy some something
thing something like this, "Why didn't yon
tell us you liked these friends
so much? We could have bad
a party for them. You can't dance
at the ice cream parlor, but you
can here at home. Let's set a data
and invite them."
Some of you may be thinking,
"Oh, what namby-pamby non nonsense."
sense." nonsense."
If so, I suggest you ask your your-se'f,
se'f, your-se'f, "Do I feel a need to prove
I am a fine, conscientious, truth truth-getting
getting truth-getting parent when my child tells
me a HeP Do I really want truth truthfulness
fulness truthfulness from Janet merely as rea rea-surance
surance rea-surance that I am smart and pow powerful
erful powerful enough to make her tell it?"

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No Surprise At Setback

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RICHMOND. Vs. (UP)-Virsln

ia officials, armed with new laws

to close public schools the mo
ment integration occurs, ex

pressed little surprise today in
their latest setback m the battle

to maintain classroom Segrega Segregation.
tion. Segregation. The U.S. Supreme Court, in a

brief order. Monday, refused to

review a lower court order di

recting a 'prompt and reason

able" start toward integration of

the schools of Prince Edward
County, Va., one of the 4 original

defendants in the, historic 1954 de

segregation ruling.
Virginia and Prince Edward of
ficals greeted the news calmly.
Gov. J. Lindsay Almond said

the decision was "certainly not

unexpected."

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A private group of white citi citizens
zens citizens in the rural county, where
the groundwork for the case was
laid in 1952, served notice they
wpro "fnllv nrpnarurl" fa aef un

their own private school system

ior w nixes n integration occurs.
Almond was given power by
the current session, of the General
Assembly to take complete
charge of any school Where Ne Negroes
groes Negroes are enrolled with whites.
Another new measure, clubbed
the "Little Rock" bill mvSA au au-tomaticaUy
tomaticaUy au-tomaticaUy close a school if fed federal
eral federal troops are caUed out as. they
were at Central High School in
Little Rock to enforce an integra integration
tion integration decree.
Still another new measure
wmiift oi vp the envenar dis

cretionary power to close schools
in the "virinity" of schools pat-
trnlUd hv I r n n n a in order to

maintain order Beared final pass

age. There was toaen opposwion
.r aiimcnt that it left the fover-

nor in a position to set on

"caprice and wmm" ana re re-moved
moved re-moved the last vestige of local

control. .......

It was nicknamed the "Litue
Rock Jr." biU by the lawmakers.
Th Prhir-P Edward case now

goes back to Federal District
. mar TT..1 l ... i

Judge Sterung m. nuicnewii w
riirprted last

November by the U.S. 4 Circuit

Court of Appeals to oruer tne
county to make a "prompt and
reasonable start" toward desegr

g0I-. .. .. t.

Hutcheson nao reiuseu wim
AeoAKne on JtTOUnd

the county needed "addttfonaj

time" to comply wn we ogmi
. j (- viani nf earlier

aecision anu in --sUte
sUte --sUte legislation to close jcboojs

and halt state unm.
integration occurs.
TTI.u..n .iH Monday ne

vould set a bearing ior attorneys

on WSth sides anertw
returned to his docket.
naacp toPyl:Sk
who had argued Wj
that "not one iota of change had

occurred in the coun -wrre

about 55 per cem m ";
SpitionT. Negro, sid he was
lerv pleased" with the latest

decision.

Not Enough
mw wr a.RTT .R41N-TYNE, EM-

,.Jlm?ZZZTiirP Douelas

una, maicu ... ..
Godfrey,. asking toajM

on grounds ot crwauy.

court nere inai

Blacked ms eyes; scrafciru u
ace: threw books, a vasS, a rose
nl water at htm: naeged,

caused scenes, and hit him with a

PDivorc Commissioner Sif
Harry Trusted refused to grant
the divorce,
"That Was not cruelty," Sir
Harry told the court yesterday.
"It is not suggested he was in injured,
jured, injured, so that seems hardly of sny
consequence."



WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 195S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PA6R

I and Oik

erwiSe

Atlantic Side
Bring Winners J
The winners of the regular week weekly
ly weekly bridge games playeo on Monday
evening at "the Margarita Service
CeSter were; Norm and South,
first, Mrs. George T. Tully with
Mrl Herbert .Delgado and second,
Mm, Dorothy Sanders with Mr.
j ulna Loeb. East and West, first,
Mr. sad Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh
and second) Mrs. Julius Loeb wittt
Mrs.-Hayden Jones.
These games are played every
Monday evening promptly at 7:15
md the public is cordially invited
o play. For further information
all Mrs. Hayden Jones, telepho.v
:-1892 spy day after 9 a.m.
M Attend Paarty
Sivtn By
Abou Sa.d 'Temple
Approximately 400 Nobies and
their Ladies attended a cocktail
party given hy Abou Saad. Temple
1 at the Fort Clayton Otficers
Club, in honor of the new luxuri luxurious
ous luxurious Potentate, Charts D. Daval Daval-e.
e. Daval-e. and members of the Divan.
Potentate Lavallee introduced
the following Divan officers and
Working UnU directors: S. lurDy lurDy-fill,
fill, lurDy-fill, Chief Rabbaiu J. A. Everswi,
Assistant Rabban; W R. M
High Priest and Prophet, C. W;
HcJnia, oriental Guide,
man, Recorder; H. G. Gee, na
sum; Temple Director, H. V Ho-
&r, wf HoUowell;. Foi
Committee Directo. :, i M. Bag-oott-
Director of Greettrs, J?
& Director of lWnirV
S Johnston; Director of Publici Publicity
ty Publicity and Public Keiations, t. W.
E'next social event on the
Temple's calender is an April
Fool's dinner uance to be held at
the Ancon Masonic Temple on Sa Sa-SA
SA Sa-SA March 22- All Nobles, and
their Ladies in this area are invit invited
ed invited 'to make reservations.
Mr. and Mrs. TSylor
AM?ttand Mrs Dale W. Taylor of
Cocoli are receiving the congratu congratulations
lations congratulations of their many friends on
the birth of their first child, a son
on Thursday nornung. The baby,
who has been named Lance Kai Kai-seJ,
seJ, Kai-seJ, weighed 8 lbs.,. 3 oz.
Mr, Taylor is serving m the U.
S Navy an,d is attached oto the
u'.s.s.- Paiute, based at Rodman.
Mrs. Taylor, the former Shirley
Ann Keepers, is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Herman H. Keepers
of Gatun. The baby's paternal
grand parents are Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Taylor of Gatun. Mr. and
Mrs. ,Wm. Keepers of Diablo Heig
are the baby's great-grandparents
on the maternal side.

At Firtwtll Luncheon
Mrs. Ri Heber Goden, wife of
the Bishop of the! Panama Canal
Zone, is entertaining at a lunche luncheon
on luncheon ih the Garden Room Of the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest House today in honor
of Mrs. Harry Bach, who with
Captain' Bach is leaving this month
to reside in San Francisco.

Attending with the guest of honorl

wiu De Mrs. Elmer Abbott, Mrs.
R. G. Rennie, Mrs. Clinton Baver Baver-stoek,
stoek, Baver-stoek, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs.
Jens Nilsen, Mrs. Roy. D. Reece,
Mrs. David Yerkes, Mrs. Wells D.
Wright Mrs. William Kirklind,
Mr. Bessie Babbidge, Mrs. Wm.
F. Robinson, Mrs. Harold Zierten,
Mrs, John H. Townsend and Mrs.
Mainert J. Peterson.
O'NUW ThenrtT"
Marriage
Revealed
V Mr- and Mrs. Charles' E. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas of Latrobe, Pennsylvania,
former resident of Balboa and Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, Canal Zone, announces the
marriage of their daughter Alyce
Ann to Sp-3 Jerry A. O'Neal, son

ot Mrs. Lucyle Snider of Fort

wortn, lexas. The couple were
n "rried on Jan. 2in Colon.

Chinese Women's League
Wifl Hold Luncheon Party
In celebration of the Interna International
tional International Women's Day, the Chinese

Women's' League in Panama will
hold" a luncheon party on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, March 8, at the Golf Club
at ,1:0b p.m. All members are
cordially invited to attend and
ar6 requested to contact Mrs.
Frank Kwai Ben, tel. 3-4038; or
Mrs, Sylvan Lowe, tel. 2-1077; or
Mrs,.Alonso tuque, tel. 2-2308, be before;
fore; before; March 6. Members may bring
guests.
Balboa Union
C'uirch Will
Hfl Picnic
The Balboa Union Church will
hold a picnic at the Albrook Pic Picnic
nic Picnic Area on Saturday, March 8
at 9:30 a.m. The picnic is inside
the Albrook back gate near the
"zoo", where ponies and other ani animals
mals animals are kept between Curundu
and Albrook.

All families of the church and

their friends are invited. Each
family Is asked to bring plates,

silver, a potluck dish to share,
meat or sandwiches for family.
Games will begin at 10 a.m.
Lunch will be at noon.
Mrs. Elsie Standish
Returns From Trip
To- Colombia
Mrs. Elsie Standish of Panama
returned from Barranquilla, Co Colombia
lombia Colombia this week after a visit of
two and a half months.
NF Pi Members Will
Held Fish Fry
On Sunday, March I
The National Federation of Fe Federal
deral Federal 1 Employes, Local 535, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu will again hold their Annaul
Fish Fry on Sunday 'larch 8 at
the NFFE Club on the Chiva Chi Chi-va
va Chi-va frail, 11 :00 a.m. till 5:09 p.m.
"" will be the 8th annual event
nd has always been one of the

highlights of the dry season, at

tended by hundreds of people ot

the Canal Zone, and their guests
from Panama, A fish dinner with
all the trimmings will be served

from 12:30 till 2:30. Draft beer
and soft drinks will be served

free during this time.

Mr. John Gough, the btory Tel Teller
ler Teller who made such a hit with the

children last year, will again be
on hand to entertain the young
children with stories, games ana
contests during the afternoon.
Prizes and ribbons will be given
to the winners.
For the grownups there will be
dancing in the 'Ranchito". Prizes,
eames in the Club Room and a

chance to visit with your friends

and renew c'd acquaintances.
The NFFE 595 Ball Team of Cu

rundu, sponsored by tne National
Federation of Federal Employes

Local 595, will oe guesis m nuuw
for the day. This Team with a
record of 7 straight wins tied for
second place in the Curundu teen
age league in the first half of the
"Tickets are on sale by NFFE
members and will also be avail available
able available at the Gate Sunday morning.
Adults: $100, children under 12

years $0.50.

Helen J. Nita
Installed In
Rainbow Office
Miss Helen J. Nita was installed
Worthy Advisor Uf Pedro Miguel
Assemhly No. r3, Order of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls at an open instal installation
lation installation of officers held recently at
u lmii Masonic Temple in the

LllO u..
presence of more than one hund-
. t.ua rt tho Ac.

red and liny menu5" "l rs
sembly, theiT parents and friends
from both sidfs of the Isthmu
The installing officers were: Ins Ins-.ns.
.ns. Ins-.ns. wnrthv Advisor, Sue Ma-

ble; Assistipg Worthy Advisor,
Mrv Lou Hall: Marshal,

Gayie Hasemann, P.W .A.; Chap Chaplain,
lain, Chaplain, Jean Chambers, Worthy Ad-

visor oi urisio v.
n.rhara Ehch, P.W.A.,

Soloist! Vena Bennett and Musi Musician,
cian, Musician, Mrs. Jean Dombrosky.
...infin theme was used

throughout the. evening and In the

decorations ot tne
A large red heart with Helen, th(
J name of the new Worthy Ad

,a in white, was plac-

vrrj the worthy Advi

an in 11 uiJi -

Ihe Worthy A&'s Chair. Tall
white T baskets of .torch ginger were

. j k. uvm color stations.

the backs of tM cnairs ui

lor stations.

Ex-Jazz Pianist
Flies To Stockholm
On Romantic Jaunt
LONDON, March 5 (UP)-F6r

mer jazx Pianist Robin Douglas-

Home flew to Stockholm today oe

a romantic mission to convince

the Swedish royal family that be

now had a aigmned job tnat

would make htm acceptable as
the husband of beautiful Princess

Margaretha.

Douglas-Home, 26 year old
nephew of the Earl of Home,
left quietly from London Airport

to see the 23-year-old Princes he

wooed but failed to win when he

was a piano player in a London

cocktail lounge.

Palace spokesmen in Stockholm
indicated the young Englishman's

task was to prove he and Prin

cess Margaretha were "truly in

love."

Douglas-Home's former job. as

pianist m London s Berkeley Ho

tel Lounge, was not considered

suitable by the Swedish royal

family. i

a. u ... officers entered the

Assembly Room foi the.r "Stal-

lation tney wore ucw ..-r --ages
ages --ages of red carnations tied with
red and white ribbon.
iiu Hall presided

during the instaUation of Miss Ni

ta as Wormy auvhw. " j
Stood at the altar after she had
frt ul, inctailation pledged and

lwTm alied into highest offke
Ke Assembly, M s Vena 'Ben 'Ben-ntt
ntt 'Ben-ntt sang "I'll Walk Wjtl God
Helen was then escorted to her
Sn m the East by her father

and the offieers who naa lormcu
.-L.rro.rbdud.hti

Worm rfiwi each Pledged
the loyalty and cooperation.
roiinni? wortiiy J

licers wno wul serve with Miss
Siu: Sheila Snyuer, Worfny As Associate
sociate Associate Advisor; Mickey Walker.

!rilUsur; Laiolyu.nolger-

s; Cnapiam; J

U-Year-OM Negro Boy Confesses
To Pushing NY Playmates In River

'BDia ongioriu, eu eu-i).ve
i).ve eu-i).ve Thomas, wature Ja-

:. -. ianam. lideliiy, joyte

trinVPilnott m; Carol Zelmck

SET Oover; ouuy Pennrng
Choir Director; and Sue Ma

b1' fU r shatrosky, re-elected

to-Morr

f" followed by the installation
"frsemtSow
Mrs. Juanita Webster Mrs.
Arleen Osborn, Mrs. Juanda Pen-
Mrs Ruth-Zelnick, Mr.
Rafph E. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.
?amPes (Bryant, Mr. and Mrs.

CSuv'MlandMr,

Daniel Snydw.Mj. and Mr ohn

Winklosky, m anu
Smedley and Mr. and Mrs. Bernice

As Miss Nita- accepted her of office
fice office she urged the cooperation and
support of the licers and mem members
bers members for a successful ierm. She

thanked all wh had helped her

in any way and then introduced

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antho

ny Nita, to those present and gave

them a special thanks as she

presented them with a bouquet of
red roses.
As her first official act Miss Ni Nita
ta Nita presented the Past Worthy Ad Ad-vor's
vor's Ad-vor's jewel to Miss Mable, a gift
from the Assembly.
Miss Nita then introduced the
Rev. Wm. W. Baldwin, Rector of
St. Andrews Church in Cocoli, who
gave an interesting address on

'Love", Miss Nita's theme for her

term.

The following girls who have

been appointed to serve as pro

tern officers during Helen s term

were mtroduced: Recorder, Pat

ty Davis; Treasurer, Joan Doher-

ty; Chaplain, Nancy Turner; urui
Leader, Beverly Brytnt; Love
(Bonnie Davis: Religion, Diane Hot-

rhison; Natore, Sarah Ann Wagn Wagner:
er: Wagner: Immortality, Dolores Ham Hammond;
mond; Hammond; Fidelity, Judy Brown; Pa

triotism. Margie Hortado; Service

Pamela Smedley; Confidential Ob

server. Joyce Hughes: Outer Ob

server, Judy Buehler, Choir Di Director,
rector, Director, Penny Catrpn; and Musi

cian, Kate Sergeant.

In a colorful ceremony Sue Was

escorted through the 'Rainbow Gar

den of Memories" and her offic

ers recalled highlights in her Rain

bow career as they placed a rose
in a crown. As Sue was crowned

"Queen of Rainbow" Miss Ben

nett sang "Roses or Yesterday
She was presented with a gift of

luggage from her officers in ap

preciation of her work during tne
past term.
Many words of appreciation and
thanks were expressed by the girls

to Mr. and Mrs. Shatrowsky for

the many services they had render

ed during the past year and for

the new pedestals they gave to

the Assembly at this meeting. Mrs

Shatrowsky was presented with a

Rainbow watch ctiarm and a bo

auet of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Sha

trowsky have been re-elected, to

serve as Rainbow Daddy ana Mo

ther Advisor for 1958.

I Service Mis which had -been

earned during the past term were

presented to the girls by Mr. tna

trowsky. Nancy Webster, Carolyn
Holgerson and Mickey Walker, who
had completed their service bars,

received their f ot oi iioia.
Special euests who were intra

duced during the evening and who

offered best wished for the con

tinued progress of the Assembly

included: Mrs. Elsa Bailey, Su

preme Deputy of the Order of the
Rainhow for Girls on the Canal

Zone; Mrs. Etta Fay Terrell and
Mr. Ralph E. Harvey, Worthy Ma

tron and Worthy Patron ot rem

Leaf Chapter No. 3, O.E.S. which

sponsors the Assembly; Miss Lin

da Longmore and Mrs. .Buehler,

Worthy Advisor and Mother Ad
visor of Balboa Rainbow Assemb

lv No. 1; Miss Jean Chambers,

Worthy Advisor of Critobal Rain-

bown Assembly, Rev. Wm. W

Baldwin, Guest Speaker; Samuel

Rowley Jr., Master Councilor of

Pacific Chapter, Order of De Mo

lay; and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Nita, parents of the Worthy Ad Advisor.
visor. Advisor. Following the installation cere ceremony
mony ceremony a reception was held in the
banquet hall. Sheila Snyder was
in charge of the arrangements.
The attractive decorations in the
Assembly Room were arranged
by Mickey Walker and her commit committee,
tee, committee, v

NEW YORK, March 5 (UP)-

An 11 -year-oia Negro boy wlu
Uvea in the heart o, New York'

"Hell's Kitchen" confessed today

he pushed two younger playmates

o their deaths in tne Hudson

River. One child died last sum

mer and .the other three days

ao. .....

His admitted victims were a

four-year-old colored girl who tat

tled on him and a seven-year-old
white boy who backed down on a
promise to give him a dime for
roller skating with him.

George Jones, described by po

lice as a chronic liar who has
told them, one story after another,
filially settled on confession that
he pushed Louis Diamant, son of
former Nazi concentration camp
victims, into the Hudson from a
pier on which they had been roll

er skating.

Louis, he said, was drawn, to
the bottom of the river by the
weight of his roller skates.

George was questioned last
summer after Theresa Murphy
was found drowned in the river,
but at that time told police so
many different stories they found
they had no evidence he was in involved
volved involved in the girl's death.
At the time Theresa disap disappeared
peared disappeared last June 23, George, his
widowed mother, and his sister
lived in the same uptown Man-

nanan nousing project Where his

US Govt. Sole
Bidder At Auction
Of Ferry Ship

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. March 4

(UP) The U. S. government was
the only bidder in the public auc auction
tion auction today of the ferry sh;o SS
Carib Queen, sold to satisfy a 4

minion dollar government claim.

Elmer E. Metz of the Depart

ment of con erce made the first
and only bid of $3,450,000 for the

former TMT Trailer Ferry, Inc.,
vessel.

A crowd of some 75 curious

spectators eathered around the

steps of the federal building as

Chief Deputy Marshal Leo Mack

conducted the auction. v
Mack said when Mets opened

the bidding at the seven figure
mark, "there wasn't another peep

from the crowd.

Metz said n the tale is con

firmed by district court, the gov

ernment plans to sell the 4,725-ton

vessel "when the market is better.

We (the government) have. to. pror

tec our interest. 1
Federal court ordered the ship

seized last Nov. 29 for default in
a trust agreement under which a

mortgage of $4,1JSP0 was obr

tajned.by the snip "owners, ine
mortgage was msui'ed by the government.

illeged victim and her family re resided.
sided. resided. They later moved to a housing
project turther down on Manhat Manhattan's
tan's Manhattan's West Side. The Diamant boy

lived with his family in this pro

ject and he and George attended
the same school and became play
mates.
During long hours of question questioning
ing questioning George, police were aided by
his mother. Lynette. a seam

stress. She sat beside policemen
who questioned George and urged
him repeatedly to tell the truth,
no matter how bad it was.

Deputy Chief Inspector Edward

Byrnes gave details or the ques

tioning, during which George was
taken to the pier from which he
said he pushed Louis. There.

George reenacted the crime as he
described it, and even played
with relish the role of his victim
for detectives and photographers
to showw here the boy was stand

ing.

Where did you shove him

from?" the boy was asked.

"Right there." he replied, point

ing to a spot at the end of the
dock. "This was how he was, on
his knees," George said, demon

strating me position ixnus was in.

Then he was returned to a Do-

lice station where he ate a huge

sandwich and drank a container
of milk.

He told police that Louis asked

him to go roller skating on Sun Sunday
day Sunday and he agreed to, in exchange
lor 10 cents. When he asked Louis
for the promised dime, he said,

me ooy reiused to give it to him.

i oecame very mad," he said.
They were on the nier. he said

and he lured Louis to the edge

by dropping a skate key over overboard.
board. overboard. When Louis leaned over to

watcn tne key fall in the water,
he said, he shoved the boy in.

lack notice far inclusion In Ibia
column should be tubmittad m
typc-writtan form and mailed
tha box number listad daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.

Legion Is Opposed
To 10 Per Cent Cut
In National Guard
WASHINGTON (UP) The
American Legion aaid today it is
"unalterably, opposed" to a pro proposed
posed proposed cut of 10 per cent in the
strength ot the National Guard
and reserves.
William Doyle, chairman of the
Legion's military affairs commit committee,
tee, committee, told a House Armed Services
Subcommittee the plan is "most
unwise."
The Army plans to cut the

guard to 360,000 men and the re

serves to 270,00 Dy JUW 1, 1D.
Their authorized strength now are

400,000 and 300,000 respectively.

"After anendins minions in

training, what kind of economy is
it that alows this trained poten

tial to be dissipated?" Dy,!e

asked. "This is not economy, n .s

waste

Doyle said that it has been es
timated that the cuts would ser
iouslv weaken at least 1.100 com

panies, batteries and detach

ments.

Tivoli Dances
To Be Revised
An old Tivoli custom will be

revived next Saturday night when

dance music will be provided dur during
ing during the dinner hour and later. Mu Music
sic Music will be provided by "Lucho" Az

carraga and his orchestra. It is
planned to provide dance music
every other Saturday night 7 until

11 p.m. for dancing in the bail

room and. patio, according to an

-"oincement at tne nvon uuest

House.

..voll dances were popular for

m-n" years after the guest house

was built.

Woman's Auxiliary
Of Gatun Union
Church Will Moot Thursday
The Woman's Auxiliary of Ga

tun Union Church will hold their

regular monthly meeting Thurs

day morning, March 6, in the

Church parlors. Mrs. Leslie W

Croft Sr., president, will officiate

at the business meeting.

Mrs. John H, Leach of Margart

ta will jfiye a book review on "Ad

ventures in Two Worlds" by A. J
Cronin.

Morning coffee will be served

St 9:00 a.m., preceding the meet

ing. All interested are most cor

dially invited to attend.
Gamboa Unit
Local 900
AFSCME, AFL-CIO

The officers of the Gamboa unit
of Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-CIO

have arranged for a general meet

ing tomorrow night at 7:00 o'

clock: in tne, santa uruz service
Center.
All Canal Company-Government
non-US citizen workers and their
families are invited to attend the
meeting where a number of re reports
ports reports on union activities will be
made.
Unity Lodge
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the IB
PO Elks of W., will hold its regul regular
ar regular instruction session at the Parai Parai-so
so Parai-so Lodge Hall oh Friday, begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 p.m.
HEARING REGAINED
CHICAGO (UP)- Frank Kedu Kedu-bek,
bek, Kedu-bek, 23, regained his hearing in
court Monday. A judge ordered
Kedubek's estranged wife to re return
turn return a hearing aid which Kedu Kedu-bek
bek Kedu-bek charged she had taken from
his for spite.

Executive Secretary Holds
Round Table Conference
Mrs. Ethel Rusk Dermady, exe executive
cutive executive secretary Western Hemis Hemisphere
phere Hemisphere Regiona Committee ol the
World Assoc. of Girl Guides and

Girl Scouts, anu supervising head
oi the International Girl Scouts of
ihe Canal Zone, who arrived on
the Isthmus last Sunday morninj
iO attend the 1958 sessions oi the
committee, which started yester yesterday
day yesterday a Hotel Ei Panama Hilton,
held a roundtable conference with
the executive board ot the local

organization on Sunday afternoon

at tne faraiso scout shack with
the president Mrs. Lulitta McFar
quhar, presiding.

, r Miowing formal introduction of
the members o. tne board to the

visiting official, Mrs. Dermady

I wno was accompanied by Mrs.
Lyman Delano, honorary secretary
of the Regional Committee: a cou

sin of the late President Franklin

Delano Roosevelt of the United

States and a veteran scouter of

x years), after listening to the
program and current activities oi

uie international uin scouts or

ganization as came out of the dis

cussions, as well as previous re reports
ports reports reaching her New York of.

flee,' commented favorably on the

progress Doing made and compli complimented
mented complimented the execulve director Mrs

una Genore and all the leaders of

the local organization for their un unselfish
selfish unselfish contributions to the ad-

yancement of the scout movement

m uus area.
She had a special word of com

menaation lor senior scout -Ann

Miller, who represented the Inter International
national International Girl Scouts at the Caba Cabana
na Cabana l Mexico last year, for the ex excellent
cellent excellent contribution Ann made to

uie movement on that occasion

sne congratulated Mrs. Viola
Miller, Ann's mother and a leader

in me organization, who was pre

sent, tor naving such a lovely

uuulllU

In answer to m.pc.inn.

,erJorJnformatl0n y members

w. me iroar-, tne charming Exe
CUtive Secret arv eav nmnr

hensive resume of the object and
functioning ot' the World Associa Association
tion Association of Girl Guides and r.iri sn.

. wvuuia

wiiusc neaaquarters is situated in

uvuwin,

Founded by the late Lord Baden-Powell,
the association is com comprised
prised comprised of 43 participating countries
with an aggregate membership of
oyer 4W million girls. The asso association
ciation association is the guiding force behind
the movement to see that its lofty
ideals are fully maintained and
executed within frontiers and bey beyond.
ond. beyond. Conferences are held every three
y,e" he "aid, when the actiyi actiyi-ues
ues actiyi-ues of the participating countries
are reviewed, rules; n4f.poiaK
(if necessary) revTseVand fte
Plic,e?Jfor Perpetuating
?mW wirld mvnent, con con-soudated
soudated con-soudated and reaffirmed.
The informal conference was
neld in an atmosphere of Scout Scouting
ing Scouting cordiality and concluded with
. JJ"6 ssemblage standing in
a circle and forming the "Stout
Msfahir? 'muipm of universal
friendship as known to all

era. "r

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your Easter Outfits early...
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for any information please
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CZ College Club's
$500 Scholarship
Offered For Woman
The Canal Zone College Club
has announced that it win 0Jin

award a scholarship of $500 to a
woman student. The rejniiiromanfc

for the scholarship award are:

i iae applicant shad have at
least a "B" average ia a full full-time
time full-time course of study at the Canal
Zone Junior College.

t) aie snail be a participant
member of the student body shar shar-mg
mg shar-mg in the activities ami n

sibilities.
3) She shall be a Canal Zone
girl who is planning to continue

o t. K Ior "acneior of Arts or
Bachelor of Science degree in the
United States.
v4) Sne ,sh.aI1 06 graduate of
the Canal Zone .Tnninr PnlU. I.

" ...v. WUCKC III
June, 1958, having attended that
college two full years after grad graduation
uation graduation from Balboa High School.
If there is no qualified applicant
in this category, then considera consideration
tion consideration will be given to a student
who has completed one year of

junior couege, or a student of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School who is graduat graduating
ing graduating m June, 1958, and who plans
to attend college either in the U U-nited
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Annual Esso Golf Tournament
Gets Under Way This Sunday

Pairings for the XX Annual Es Esso
so Esso Golf Tournament were made
yesterday by the tournament com committee
mittee committee presided by chairman
Mitt Moreno. Official starting
time for all matches a Sunday at
9:00 a.m. but arrangements can
be made by playeri to play be before;
fore; before; hut never after.
Many players were left out since
only 32 in each flight are allowed
to jjay, and Tournament Commit Committee
tee Committee has requested all those who
been lucky to qualify, that if for.
tome reason they are unable to
play during the coming five weeks
to let the Committee know, so as
togtve an opportunity to the sub substitutes.
stitutes. substitutes. The 16 players eliminated in the
first round will automatically
form the consolation flight in each
bracket,
bracket.
Pairings for Sunday are at fol follows:
lows: follows: first Plight
Raul Arango vs Al Corsale
C. A. Babb vs Jim Hinkle
J. Massot vs W. Le Brun
Pedro DIAZ VS Carlos Arose Arose-mena
mena Arose-mena J. J. Plaia vs D. Leonard
Dave Westman vs T. M. Ashton
Prank Morrice Jr. vS Gordon
Daiton
G. A. Arman vs H. Beall
R. C. Walker vs Al SaarinejJ
Aurelio Arias Jr. vs Charles
Morris
Jim des Londes vs E. de la Guar Guar-diaJr.
diaJr. Guar-diaJr. Paul Moran vs Dick Lovely
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B. J. Elicit vs Maurice Muller
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Agustin de Mena vs Arturo Ta Ta-Pi
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Julio Valdes vs R. L. Gleich Gleich-man
man Gleich-man G. Kline vs H. B. WiHis
B. G. Hattler vs Frank Cain
Miguel Monzo vs David Halman

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AMADOR LADIES' DAY
GOLF NEWS
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mador A-mador Golf Club played a tee to
green tournament. In this tourna
ment the prize is awarded to the
person taking the fewest strokes
from tee-off until the ball is on
the green. The winner was Rene
Isbell.
The loss gross prizes were won
by Sylva Carpenter in the first
flight and by Margaret Hastings
in the second flight,. Putting priz prizes
es prizes went to Ethel Perantie and Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Wiley in the first and second
flights respectively.
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Plpo Sosa vs Antonio de Janon
Jorge Boyd vs T. Richardson
John Westman vs R. Aleman
E. de la Ossa vs Paul Duran
Pablo Abad vs John Shaw
H. Kassler vs1 T. J. Wilbur
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wrougn, sunday March 9.
All women members of the A-
mador Golf Club who have estab
lished handicaps are invited to
play in this tournament. 3-4 handi
cap will he used in determining
me winner of the Medalist Prize
In the match play to follow, 3-4 of
the difference In handicaps will be
used.
The first round played after the
starting time of the tournament
must be used as the qualifying
round. Contestants are asked to
read the rules posted on the bul
letin board -before starting play
and to obtain a proper score card
at the desk.
The tournament for this week
will be medal play 3-4 handicap,
so anyone wishing to qualify in
the Handicap Tournament may so
do. Fee is fl.oo.
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VICTORIA
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BREWERY

Only Problem

He Carries On

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 5 (UP) Ted Williams
was assured today that the only chip which may
trouble him this year is the one he carries on his
shoulder.

The 39-year-old Boston Red Sox
slugger learned from Dr. Russell
Sullivan that a bone chip in his
left-ankle "has completely disap disappeared."
peared." disappeared." The orthopedic surgeon
told Williams the lingering sore
ness in the ankle should disap
pear "in a matter of weeks ano
that he "should be in excellent
condition within three weeks."
Williams, wh Insists he can
win a sixth American League
batting title "W I erf to a
teed start," said he will not de
any hard running for a w h 1 1 e
but will continue the heavy
batting routine he had planned.
Williams credited hit fine eon eon-ditioning
ditioning eon-ditioning program last spring
for his .388 average.
The intensive X-rays were corn-
Dieted at Sarasota, Fit., yester
day as rain limited the Red Sox
to running ano pepper pracuce
Williams underwent the X-rays be
cause he injured the ankle while
hunting m Canada durmg me
winter ana feared bis heavy
training program might aggravate
the soreness.
The Pittsburgh Pirates also were
encouraged when slugger Ted
Kluszew-'u, elated at his early
progress, predicted he will play
in 100 games this season. Klus
zewski, acquired from Cincinnati
on Dec. 28, played in only
games last season because of a
back ailment.
"Right now I feel wonderful,"
said the 240-pound first-baseman.
"I've had a few days of real
work and my back hasn't kicked
ud at all. I'll be disappointed if
1 can't Dlav in at least 100
games."
With many teams sstill kept in
doors or restricted to light work
outs by poor weather, chief news
from other camps came from the
holdout front.
The world champion Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves announced that
hard-throwing relief ace Den
n

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What is it?

May Be Chip

His Shoulder
McMahon agreed to terms leav leaving
ing leaving Lew Burderti, Johnny Lo Logan,
gan, Logan, Frank Torre and Was
Covington unsigned. McMahon
had a 2-3 record and 1.53 earn earned
ed earned run average in 47 innings
laat season
Pedro Ramos, the Washington
Senators' leading winner with a
12-16 record, signed for an esti estimated
mated estimated $13 000, while utility man
Eddie Miksis agreed to terms
with the Baltimore Osioles. Miksis,
who hit .211 for the St. Louis
Cardinals last season, admitted
that he took a cut.
Other campwws: Slugger Bill
Skowron weighed only 196 pounds
when he reported to the New
York Yankees compared to 205
a year ago. .Jack Urban and
ueorge Brunei, doui nignty re
garded, were named to pnch in
today's Kansas City intra squad
game. .Phil Clark, 16-6 at hous
ton last season, reported to the
Cardinals, who expect him to bol
ster their bullpen.
The San Francisco' Giants' "Pho
tographers' Day" at Phoenix, A A-riz.,
riz., A-riz., proved a bust when Yvillie
Mays was cdnfmed to his ho
tel room with a cold. .Barry
Latman. Bill Fischer and Jim
Derrington were named to pitch
lor the Chicago White Sox m Sat
urday's exhibition opener with
Cincinnati.
Dick Farrell, 10-2 as a rookie
last seaon, severely twisted his
left ankle while pitching batting
practice for the Phi adelnhia Phil
lies. .the Detroit' Tigers announc announced
ed announced that Herald (Muddy) Ruel,
an assistant to club president Har
vey R. Hansen, is quitting to go
into private law practice. .Chi
cago Cubs outfielder Lee Walls suf
fered a four-strtch gash in his
forehead when he banged his head
against a steel beam while goins
to the bat rack. .Jack Harsh-
man pitched three scoreless in innings
nings innings in Baltimore intra squad
game. .X-rays revealed small
hone chip in Pirate outfielder
Paul Smith's right ankle but he
Will continue to work out.
Ray Robinson,

World Championship, Training

With Increasing Fierceness

By OSCAR FRAHY
rtnvirxrarAnri t AW V V
(UP) Six it the big number for
Sugar Ray Robinson today as ne
trains with increasing fierceness
from behind a afcade of humility.
Suear Ray is hungry for his
sixth world championship when he
tries to regain the middleweight
crown from Carmen Basuio at
Chicago on March 25. And every everything
thing everything points to his shooting for a
knockout by the sixth round.
For Sugar Kay, despite tne tact
that he disavows greatness ana
deprecates his skills, gives quite
bit ot inougni to ms possipie
niche in boxing histpry.
Robinson has changed vastly $n
the past few years from the
cocky, arrogant man who danced
his wav out of Harlem behind a
pair of the most deadly, fists in
ring annals. The brash and
cheekv manner is gone ana ne
speaks in a suspiciously son man
ner.
Not Talking Knockout
Quite frequently now he uses
the phrase "manly art of self de
fense." One of the greatest "kill-
ers oi au ume, wun ai koock koock-outs
outs koock-outs in 146 bouts, he fosters the
impression that he is engaged in
a sport where he appreciates the
niceties of tactics and skill. He
rationalizes his knockouts by pos posing
ing posing them as a mere matter of self
preservation.
But despite his latter day hu humility,
mility, humility, this is a man with the
idea of destroying his opponent
Basilio as quickly as possible.
Nobody in the camp talks about
knockout and they emphasize
the factor that Robinson is train
ing for 15 rounds. i
et you get the feeling that
Robinson is going to try to belt
Carmen out as quickly as possi
ble.
five umes I had Basi'io on
the way, Robinson says, "and
aitnougn l m supposed to De a
good finisher, I lost him."
There are some who question
wnetner anybody "gets away
from Sugar Ray. The inference is
that here is a man with s cash
register in his head and return
pouts with a tough foemana re
good business. But only once.
Avenged All Defeats
Robinson's record shows that he
IfODAY-ENCANTO -35-.2(
Taxy Grant Frank Slnatral
oupiua LiOien in
"PRTtllF Jt- TfflT PKS1AV
Brian IVinlevv In
"ENEMY FROM SPACE"

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PACIFIC LITTLI
Team Standings (March 3)
Team
Spur Cola
Lincoln Life
Elks 1414
Police
Seymour Agencies
Gibraltar
Result of Game Played
Monday, March 3
Spur Cola 10 Lincoln Life 0
Lincoln Life lost their first
game of the second-half to the
first-half champion Spurs by a 10
to 0 score. Jay Arnold shut out
Lincoln' Life while Spur was col col-lenting
lenting col-lenting ten runs pn ten hits.
Tov AmniH nnt onlv did a fine
pitching job but came up with
mree una. oiunu a fuwbhw
er was the big blow of the game.
Every Spur player with the ex exception
ception exception of lead-o'f man Danny
Hele had, at east one hit. Hele
scored twb runs, however, without
a hit, getting on base as a gooo
lead-o'f man should. Mikulick for
Spur had a double and a single
to help in Spur's run production.
Farnsworth and BODDy cngeixe
had two hits apice to lead t"he
Lincoln Life hitters.
Both teams turned in sparkling
double plays. Bradshaw threw
f arnsworth out a nome auer
catching a fly in centeriield and
pitcher Marti made a fine double
o'av at second after catching a
line drive.
The box score:

-

..8

w u per. &

3 1 .750 Ml
3 1 .75015
2 1 .667 1 2
2 2 .500!

1 3 .250 IS
0 3 .000

Spur Cola AB R H
Hele rf 3 'J o
Abernathy If i 4 11
Arnold 2b 4 11
Perantie 3b 4 11
Smith ss 3 11
Mikulich c 3 12
Bradshaw cf 3 10
Hoenke lb 2 11
J. Arnold p 3 13
-Totals 29 10 10
Lincoln Life AB R H
Engelke, L. cf s 3 0 0
Engelke, R. 2b 3 0 2
Ostrea ss 3 0 1
Farnsworth If 2 0 2
Joyner rf 3 0 1
Marti p 3 0 1
Doming 3b 2 0 0
Douglas (6) 10 0
Nelson lb 2 0 0
Gerwatowski c 10 0
Totals 23 0 7

Hungry For 6th
lost three bouts over the 15-round
route, une was to Handy Turpi n.
me second time, Robinson flat flattened
tened flattened him in 10. Another was
Gene Fullmer. Robinson blacked
him out the second time in five.
The third was to Basilio. That se
quel will be written on the 25th.
Going 15 rounds doesn't bothei
me,' he insists. 'At the end o
those 15 rounds with Basilio the
last time I could have gone five
more."
dui ne won t De takine anv
chances and the increasing fierce fierceness
ness fierceness of his training sessions indi indicates
cates indicates that the veneer is wearing
uun.
mi. i .
im: oniy man ever to make a
success ul comeback, Sugar Ray
is looking at the history books in
this one. The old tiger won't be
content to win On points alone.. v-
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Than. "The Silver Chalice'
DIABLO UTS.
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"BLACKOUT
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1:M
GAMBOA 7:W
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"THREE VIOLENT
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MARGARITA :15, 8:30
"JOURNEY TO
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Thiuo: "Th McConnell
Story"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
Walter Brennan
"GOD IS MY
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Thun.'The Hlf Caper"
PABA1SO CIS ft S:05
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"ILLEGAL"
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"SPOOK CHASERS" and
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or: CONRADO

JOTTINGS
fiy 4. j. hwod&jon pi.

r I wiv yi,UJni
Pro League ball retriever who al also
so also doubles as bat boy for the
champion Carta Vieja Yankees,
has now accompanied his club to
rueno kico for Caribbean Se Series
ries Series play on three occasions.
.He made his first trip to the
land of the Boricuas in iflsn whn
the Yankees, under manager
nayne ciacKDurn, neat Puerto Ri-
co in a playoff to. erah Piiumi'i
dy Caribbean championship.
In 1954 Anatolp visitpH tho
land, iorthe second tim ti
Carta Vieja, with Al Kubski at
uie neim, wind up in a second second-place
place second-place tie with Cuba, behind Puer-
iu mco.
Last month he traveled a 0a in
10 san Juan with hi hoin,,-,
Yanks and watc!-ed thfm finish
m a deadlock with Puerto Ri
inis time the pilot was catcher
Billy Shantz.
Anatole, who iourneved to vn.
ue a 111 ia, me year Carta Vie
ja won only one game to brine
up in the rear, has not been to
tuba because the Yankees have
never represented Panama in the
kuj ui lae Amines.
AN HONEST
Anatole ; Jus been connected with
ie cuampions ever since u they
first formed part of the league
uuiuik uie isag-a i spasnn
The players all jegard'him
member of the team and
as
no
greater proof of that is the
fact
mat tney voted him a full
($96), of the series melon at
end of the last classic.
cut,
the
Shantz, who like the rest of the
American players, went straight
home irom San Juan, also nomi nominated
nated nominated Anatoe as paymaster for
Uie three local CV Yankees who
ui not maite tne trip.
ine generous Yanks gave $43
n to lmiewer Joe Clark and
Jim Welch and pitcher Miguel
Gonaz es who were left behind.
Second string catcher Manuel ho-
k", an airman in the U.S. Air
r orce, cua not go to San Juan
eager. He picked up 344,
miner Jim Brucknor, Anatole's
iwuiiiiaie at aan juan's Escam
bron Beach Hotel, received $43
me team too care of their
uaiiBporiauon, npttl and eating
ENTERPRISING ANA T n i
made quite a bit 6f extra money
running errands for the Panama
p'ojcis, wno were ait lodged at
the Escambron Rprh k.
mentioned to this scribbler Ar.
mg he flight home that despite
a wild shopping spree, he still
had a tidy sum stashed away in
his pockets.
. The pintsized Guachapali resi resident
dent resident is something nf an inaUttL

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

According to an Unconfirmed re report,
port, report, turfman Silvio Lazzarin clans

to take his quartet of promisingjra up

iwo-year-oius to me v. 9. Wltnout
even racing them here. They ar.
Esbirro, Saneado, Mercedario and
Sugus.
If this rumor is true, it is our
opinion that Lazzarin will be null
ing a big "boner." For one thing,
his untried youngsters would have
to race against three-year-olds in
tne U.S. instead of aenlnst two-
year-olds jn Panama. It is need
less to mention that most U.S.
three-year-olds are already well
experienced in racing nm the bet better,
ter, better, ones are competing against
each other in juicy sta.tes races..
The same source also informs
that' Santurron is recovering from
a serious ailment that almost
caused his death. For this rea reason,:
son,: reason,: the classy four-y;ar-nld son
of Refucilo-Santa Soaa (now a
five-year-old acording to U.S.
standards), has not started yet
Stateside.
Trasgo is reportedly doing well
and may start soon.
Promising jockey Heliodoro
Gustines hat completed an
eight-meet suspension and can
return to the saddle ever the
weekend if ho wants. Since his
last suspension, GuStirtes has
voiced his intentions of "pull "pulling
ing "pulling up stakes" and trying his
luck elsewhere.
three two-year-old natives have
been entered to make their .de .debut
but .debut this weekend. They are Don
Luis. Tuti Fruti and Curundu.
Don Luis is a big bay colt by
Barretin out of Little Lulu. He is
owned by Jose Torchia and train trained
ed trained by Gerardo Molina.
Tutti Fruti,. a powerfully devel developed
oped developed brown daughter of Bracmour
and Casa Buena, is owned by the
Victory Stab'e and trained by Al Alberto
berto Alberto "Negro" Arias Espinosa.
After several weeks of riding
according to Hoyle, the President
Remon racetrack's jockeys went
on a veritable rampage pver the
weekend.
Two riders, Amado Credidio and
Chilean GuiHeaao fitters, were
lucky to get olf with a $10 fine
for slashing away at each other
with their whips during Saturday's
ninth race. Credidio rods Germa-

SARCEANT

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ANATOLE
tion in the Pro League, bavipg
been- chasing balls during t h e
games since the loop was organiz organized
ed organized back in 1945.
Fans get a big kick out of boo booing
ing booing him for booting "grounders"
and "flies" and applauding him
on the imp instances he makes
a good "Hiding play."
When he gets the cheers, Ana Ana-toie,
toie, Ana-toie, a showman of sorts, do fa
his cap in mock appreciation and
the spectators love him all the
more for it.
He has been celebrating his
30th birthday every Jan. 11 since
1946.
nio which wound up second, a
nose aneaa of f orever with Rive-
Rivera later got a six meet sus suspension
pension suspension for crossing Summer Par Party,
ty, Party, ridden by Alfredo Vasquez,
with Vergniaux in the homestretch
in Sunday's tenth race.
Guillermo Sanchez was spf Hnwn
two meets for causing a delay
while weighing-out.
Apounar Reyes Rios got two
meets because he fai'ed to make
the weights to ride Comatose
and had to be replaced,
Hugo de la Penha was fined
$5 saddling Brae Val impro improperly.
perly. improperly. Pedro Julio Perez, Simeon Al Allen,
len, Allen, Oscar Mendoza, Felipe Per Per-dome
dome Per-dome and Isaac Gu'tines, train trainers
ers trainers of El Fakir, Coronation
Day, Fioitro, Red Label, El Ap
heila and King respectively,
wore each fined $10 for sending
their aninals late to the re receiving
ceiving receiving barn.
Gay Spot and Mirtino were sus suspended
pended suspended for 15 days by the track
veterinarian for bleeding from the
nose.
Riqui and Liboria got 15 days
off each for pulling up lame.
The starter has ordered the
trainers of Tutsie, Vr. Tivoli, La
Fama. Mi Locura, Pastoreot Bro'e
and Pangal to ,send their charges
to schooling.
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POPULAB NIGHT!
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Tomorrow
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PACE ELEVEN

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
lint Half Statistics
BATTING
(17 ov more times at bat)

Player and Team AB
Burta, Mutual 27
McElhone, PoBce. . J2
Crouch, Coca Cola. . S3
Wilder, Coca Cola. . 33
Roscoe, Coca Cola. . 34
Carpenter, Police. . M
Hickey, Pirates. 33
Alberga. Pirates. ... 24
Bender, Coca Cola. . 25
Blair, Legion. . 28
Sanchez, Coca Cola. 22
Brooks, F., m. 22
McLeod, Coca Cola. 17
Henrlqaez, Pirates 20
Motta, P., Elks. .. . 2
Brooks, N., Elks. 27
Julio, Mutual 25
Hakanson. Legion. . 24
Docktxy, Mutual. . 31
BUlUon, Mutual. . .25
Urriofe, Pirates. 25
Campbell, CocA Cola, i 29
Karpinski, Police. ... 28
WllL in., Police. ... 31
Murray, Pirates. ... 27
Crump, Police. .... 29
Pabon, Elks. 29
Sanders", J., Elks. . 17
Hauser, Mutual. . 30
McClelland, coca Cola. 28
Redman, Legion. . .22
Motta, S., Pirates. . 27
Evans, Mutual 24
DeBoyrie, Elks. .24

R H
14 II
II ri rill
ll rill 16
18 16

10

12

14

10 10
12 10

3
13
I
6
8
8
6
10
2
10
12
2
8
11
10
4
12
5
2
9
-9
6
I
4
2

10

8
8
6
7
10
9
8
7
9
7
7
x8
7
7
7
7
4
7
6
5
6
5
5

2B 38 HR RBI AVE
4 1 2 15 704
2 1 0 3 500
6 0 1 3 .481
2 0. 0 4 .486
3 10 3 .471
3 1 0 11 .429
3 1 0 U .424
3 1 0 6 .417
i 0 1 10 400
3 .0 0 3 .385
1 0 0 3 564
0 0 0 6 .364
2 0 0 3 .353
2 0 0 3 .350
1 0 0 2 .345
1 0 H 2 .333
1 0 0 3 .320
1 0 0 1 .202
1 1 0 4 .290
4 0 0 6 .280
4 0 0 4 .280
0 1 0 1 .279
0 0 14 569
0 0 0 5 .258
3 0 0 3 .259
0 0 0 3 .241
1 1 0 4 .241
1 0 0 2 .23b
10 0 0 .233
1 0 0 2 .231
2 1 0 i 527
0 0 0 1 .222
0' 8 0 3 20E
10 1" -'OR

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PITCHING
(7 or more innings)

Park, Police n
Kamlngki. Police. . 13

Relfkohl, Mutual.
Hickey, Pirates. .
Sanchefc Coca Cola.
Wilder, Coca Cola.
Burza, Mutual. .
Will, police. . .
Alberga, pirates. .
Hauser, Mutual.
Bender, coca Cola.
Hakanson, Legion.
Sanders, Elks. .

Runs Hits BB SO W L
1 6 4 13 2 o
2 5 4 26 3 0
6 111 1 3 1 0
15 18 21 31 2 2
10 16 6 23 4 0
15 15 19 28 2 1
19 22 28 57 3 3
,23 33 22 57 4 1
27 34 11 38 2 4
.8 13 11 8 1 1
21 16 15 22 2 1
32 26 28 41 1 5
11 28 14 18 1 3

ERA
.55
.92
1.60
1.88
2.00
2.00
2.20
2.33
2.57
3.22

3.5

3.S

3.82

Four Players From Panama
In Big Pirate Organization

FT. MYERS, Fla. The Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates have been pioneers
of scouting in the far reaches o
the world, and this springy
training here with the parent Pi Pirates
rates Pirates and later at the Bucs' mi mi-:or
:or mi-:or league training base at Jadt-
sonville Beach' '(ifa.) -there will
be clear-cut evidence of their
travels-for .talent.
There are over 50 players from
Latin-American countries in the
' Pirates organization, headed by
three of the Pirate roster. They
are outfielders Roberto Arriba
Clemente from Puerto Rico, Ro Roman
man Roman "Man Of the Year" Mejias
Jrom Cuba and southpaw pitcher
Luis Arroyo, also from Puerto
Rico.
Mejias, perhaps, is a perfect
example ol what a scout has to
go through to sign a prospective
ritar. George Sisler, then uead oi
"iu. d.. .nnittinD staff and .now

I LUC UUM, BWB
, ...uf.nt tn the Pirale

T skipper, Danny Murtaugh, signed
: Roman in a sugar cane aeiu in
Cuba where Mejias whs working
!t the time. Now, Roman is a
taweet and polished performer who
"easily could win himself a regu regular
lar regular job. .He is the best known
of a down Cuban players ro the
system.
Ciemente and Arroyo top a
Puerto Rican contingent number numbering
ing numbering 14 players. Roberto, a3, is a
-flashy and crowd-pieasing player.
He represents one of the numer numerous
ous numerous shrewd draft choices made
by the Pirates in recent years.
Arroyo has been with the Bucs
i since 1956.
Other Cubans in the Pirate
n system are (in parentheses home
town and club): Eduardo Bauto
-(Camgttey-Lincoln); Lino Dpnoso
(Havana-Mexico City); Gil Ta Ta-iardo
iardo Ta-iardo (Las Villas Clinton); Flo-
.to Fernandez (Havana Clinton);
Jesus McFarlane (Victoria de Las
Tunas-Clinton); Art Miro, Jr. (San (Santos
tos (Santos Suares-Lincoln); Gonzalo "Chol "Chol-ly"
ly" "Chol-ly" Ntranjo (Havana-Salt Lite
City); Leevigildo Sanchez (Los
Pinos-CIhiton); Roberto Sanchez
(Camaguey-Lincqln); EmOiano Te Te-Ueria
Ueria Te-Ueria (Pinar Del Rio-Clinton) and
Jaime Villalonga (Cienfuegos -Sa-

lemj..
The Puerto Rican group in includes:
cludes: includes: Carlos Bernier (Juan
Dial-Salt Lake City)- Herminleo
Cortes (Ciales-Mexico City); Os Oscar
car Oscar Rodriguez (Cabo Rojo-Mexieo
City); Wilde Melendez (San Juan Juan-Lincoln);
Lincoln); Juan-Lincoln); Jerry Torm (Ponce-Tri-City);
Ramon Saigado (Maya-guez-Tri-Clty);
Luis Torres (Maya-guez-Douglas);
Luis Luzinaris
, (Santurce-Grand Forks); Reyes Fi Fi-gueroa
gueroa Fi-gueroa (Ponce-Grand Forks) Ber Bernardo
nardo Bernardo Schelmety, Jr. (P uerto
Nevo-Clinton); Jose Plaza (Maya-guez-Clinton);
Felix Pizarro (Cata-no-Clinton)
and Francisco Coim Coim-bre,
bre, Coim-bre, Jr. (Ponce-Saltm) Pizarro ts
a distant cousin of the Braves'
TJuan.
Eight players hail from the Do Do-Sminican
Sminican Do-Sminican Republic. They are: Oc-
tavio Acosta (LaCruz Douglas):
5 Miguel Amparo (Pimental-Clinton)'
Jose Domingues (Santiago Lin Lin-Jcbto);
Jcbto); Lin-Jcbto); Pedro Fadyl (Santiago-
Grand Forks); Manuel Javier
"(Ciijdad Trujillo-Linco'n); Arcadlo
Tejada (San Francisco de Maco-ris-Grand
Forks); and Adile Ba Ba-1
1 Ba-1 cha (Giudad Trujillo-Grand Forks.)
' A quartet comes from Pana Pana-8
8 Pana-8 ma. They are: brothers Albtr Albtr-.
. Albtr-. to (Clinton) and Marco Cbbas
(Columbus). Both vtre horn in
Pantma CKy. Reginaldo Gre.
na'd (Almirante Lincoln) and

DANNY MESCALL" AND JOHN CLARK will be two boys that the Albrook Flysrs will be
oot'ntirig heav,ily on in the forthcoming Balboa Relays. In addition to their high hurdle
work both will perform on relay teams and eacn might see action in at least one field event;
Mescal! is the defending titlist in :he high barriers and will be out to retain that gold trc trc-oay
oay trc-oay Clark is a very versatile athlete, perform in? equally well in each events as the highs,
880. shot, discus, and 440. (Official U.S. Air Force Photo)

College Knocks Lucky Strike
Out Of Pacific Tmloop Race

PACIFIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Standings
Team W L
Balboa High School 6 4
Kent Cigarettes 7 5

Lucky Strike 7

Junior College 4 8
Monday's Result
Junior College 13, Lucky Strike

Thursday Night's Game
5.
Balboa High School vs Junior
College.
Junior College's Don Alexander
pitched his second Win in seven

days over Lucky Strike and all

but eliminated the Strikers from
the 1958 pennant race. The Coll-

Ann Simrak Cops 17th Annual
Women's Bowling Tournament
9

Ilias Oaorio (Panama City City-Mexico
Mexico City-Mexico City).

Two each hail from Mexico end

the Virein Inlands. From Mexico

"i ft. 1 j; .m

comes iep noariguez vioxieau-
gjn Islanders i'are Joe Christopher
(Frederiksted, St. Croix-SALT Uke
City) and Elmo Plaskett (Freder (Freder-irksted,
irksted, (Freder-irksted, St. Croix-Clinton).
In addition to the aforemention aforementioned
ed aforementioned players, the Pirates have ma many
ny many players of Mexican descent
who are on the Mexico City ros roster
ter roster but they will not report for
training either here or at Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Beach. They will under undergo
go undergo Spring Training at Aguascalien
tes (Mexico). The Pirates also
provide the Aguascalientes dub
with some players, such as Tom
Butters, who pitched a no-bitter
last year.
A familar face at Latin Amen
can fames is Hnwie Hank Hnur.

ie is well known amongst base base-hall
hall base-hall nennlft Nnrth anrl Smith nf

tile Border, and is considered to

De one of the top scouts in the
Pirates' organization. He handles
thp bulk nf the sr-niit ino inini.

ments in Spanish-speaking coun-

uieo. rieijueiiuy nuwte accompa accompanies
nies accompanies General Manager Joe L.
Brown and Minior League Direc Director
tor Director Branch Rickey, i Jr., on these

scouung trips.

mmm

r

. 0

Ann Simrak- won championship
honors with a scratch score of 1405,
429 in team event 495 in doubles
anil 481 in singles. Congratulations
Ann!

This years tournament; (our lar lar-sest
sest lar-sest vet), found 19 teams compet

ing. The. chajnjgcjji. were Pacific

No. 1, with a scratch 2116. Bow

ling on this team were Thelma
Camby, Lil Gtinn, Reggie .Schmidt,

Marge Rodgers and Marge hicks

Lil Gunn and Marge Rodgers
won the doubles championship

with a combined score of 950.

Single honors went toVi Rudy

with a 507 scratch score

Results on the cash prizes for.

handicap scores at e as follows:
Teams
1st Place Handicap Nat'l Elec

Center 2447

9nrf Plarp HanHiran Bnvd Broth

ers .'2438
3 3rd Place Handicap Rock, and
Rollers 2392

Oculots Hit Four Home-Rung to

Win from Conejos
By Dan Dot Londes
-. ', i r
Soeond Half Standings

SCARES

L.A.S. LEAGUE

Last Wednesday, February 26,

the new LAS bowline league com

pleted their second week of com

petition.
There is much enthusiasm a

mong these 'competidores' but the

season is much too young to make

any winning predictions.

Winners l" tha nro.fi tt a 1a mi.

.......w.w w v, Hivinnu icuuc
vi&rp nrpspntri with innu miohl,-

fine trophies. One of the winners,

vasquez nas aireaay put in his
bid lor a future troohv hv hnw.

ling a 546 scratch series for Volks-

wagon to taeK an early lead in the
present race. Paoli was high for
the Rodelag team with a 410.

La Mascota won 'three rwints

from Marboro as 'they foiled a
fantastic 909 series to top oif the

matcn. Nunez and Aguirre 1 e d
their team to the victory with a

539 amd 427 series. For the losers,
Dominguez and Spiros were high

mm m i vni uiw,
Mercurio Jewelers anrl Crva

Balboa ended their match in an
even 2-2 split. Hodge and DeAra
were the hie tfun inr th Jounluvc

With a 432 and 40L For the Beer

men, Torres ana saiz led the way
with a 542 and SIT.
In the fourth, match of the eve evening,
ning, evening, Smoot and Parades won
three points rom Hull Motor", a?
they came through with he sec second
ond second highest -aeries of the evening.
Morehouse led the way with a 509
fo'lowed by J. Garza with his 386.
For the losers, Serna i n d La La-Grange
Grange La-Grange were Wgh with a 4C7 and
448.

WL

Macaws SI

Pumas 3 2
Conejos S 3
Palomas 2 2
Ocelots .2 3
Pericos 0 4
Tuesday Fast lich Teenage Park
the Ocelots beat the Conejos nine
to two. All the Ocelot runs were
scored with men on base followed
by home runs;
Two of the Ocelots home runs
were hit by Ammirati, one by Mot Mot-ris,
ris, Mot-ris, and one by McLean, the pit pitcher.
cher. pitcher. Morris was also the leading
hitter for the Ocelots getting two
for three. The two Conejo runs
were scored by Millers two home
runs.
Rnth nilrhers went all the wav.

McLean of the Ocelots was the
winning pitcher due to his fine
control as h give up only one
free pass. Blealely the loser, walk walked
ed walked three and struck Out ten.

4th Place Handicap Gl I'd de-

Paints 2382

5th Place Handicap Pfaff 2374
6th Place Handicap Atlantic No.

1 2373

7th Place Handicap Mountain

r)pw M71

8th Place Handicap. Atlantic No.

Z370
t9h Place Hahdicap Baxter
Transoortes 2354

High Game (Team w-hdrnl Rnvrl

Brothers 840

Doubles
1st Place Handicap Gunn and Rod Rodgers
gers Rodgers 1049
2nd Place Handicap Williams and
Stinson 1042
3rd Place Handicap Wray and
Simrak 1015
4th Plaee Handicap Tortorici and
Schmidt 1015
5th Place Handicap Light and
Gloss 1013
6th MoskowitZ and Van Km st 1000

7th Place Handicap Camby and

uonutroia 1005
8th Place Handicap Hicks and
Mitchusson 1004
9th Place Handicap Beler and

Winkler 1002
10th Place Handicap Haynian and

Buxton 996

llthTlace Handicap Metzger and

Mprrissey .990
12th Place Handicap Davis and

Nunes ggs

13th Place Handicao Bover anrl

! LeBeau 981

High Game (Doubles w-hdep) Light

and Gloss 409

gian blasted three Lucky Strike
pitchers for fifteen hasi-hit and

overcame a one-run deficit in the

last two innings to wallop the third

piacers u 10 z.

(Billy Coffev cot the Cnllcee Rnv

of to a good start in the second

auer Lucky Strike had taken a
two run lead in the tirst inning.
Coffey tripled deep to right field

wiw me oases loaded and two out
and just missed a aranri slam hnh.

er by inches when Umpire Wom Wom-ble
ble Wom-ble called him out at the plate on

a very close play.
College added a run in th thini

for a 4 to 2 lead but a hou.e .run
by Cobos in the fourth and a two
run ray in the fifth by .the Strik Strikers
ers Strikers when Padroa chased home two
runners with a trinle nut tha c.a.

. I vv
legians on the short end of a 5 to

4 .score.

In the sixth College chased start-

Panama Leading
PWGA Interclub
Tournament

The first matches of the 1958 In Interclub
terclub Interclub Tournament, sponsored by
the Panama Women's Gol Asso Association,
ciation, Association, were completed at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club last Saturday.
The- Panama team marked up 271
points; 44 points ahead of Ama Amador's
dor's Amador's 227. Summit wasv third with
an aggregate of 185 points and
Brazos loUowed closely with 181.1
Standings of the top four indivi individual
dual individual team members by points won
are:

1. Sylva Carpenter 74 points
2. Catherine Purdy 88 points
3. Beverly Dilrer 67 points
4. Irepe Robinson 66 points
Teams were made ut of the fol

lowing members:

Panama Golf Club
I. Robinson, C. Purdy, S. Car

penter, A. French.

Amador Golf Cub
C. Bishop, P. Trimm. E. Peran Peran-tie,
tie, Peran-tie, B. Dilfer.

Summit Golf Club
H. Serger, L- Jones, M. Askew,

P. waring.

Brazes Golf CJub
C Burns. R. Lincoln. R. Torto

ricci, L. Reynolds.

The second and final -matcnes
will be played at the Ft. Davis

Golf C ub Saturday, March 8, Tec-

off time is 8:00 a.m.
Thp Panama team was won th

PWGA interclpb tournament for
the two preceding years. Another

win by Panama will retire the

beautiful silver trophy donalei

several years ago by Mercurio

Jewelers.

SinCe the results of the Februa

ry PWGA tournament neid at Fi.
Davis Golf Club were not publish
ed due to the newspaper strike,
Beverly Dilfer was not accorded
the usual pub'icity due the win

ner ot 10 w gross ana 10 w net Hon

ors.

w Li - '

, LOOKING AHEAD Clem Labine of the Dcdgers is a famil familiar
iar familiar spring training photo in apy pose. But the "LA" on,'!
his cap makes this one vastly different from previous pictures"
of trie right-handed relief pitcher.

Henry Leisy To Be
Honorary Referee
For Balboa Relays
Henry T, Leisy will be the hon honorary
orary honorary referee tor the .Ninth An Annual
nual Annual Ba boa Relays to ne held on
the evenings of March 2J and 22
at Balboa Stadium. Leisy re retires
tires retires from the schools division
this year after 28 vears of service,
al of which was spent wth the
physical education department in

a great variety 01 capacities, jte

currently the dffeTOr the

the

the

or t nhnc iMiMnii. fn,.- is

six naschits with linn a inv ..... 1 iTimnna (ivmnasnim

- xuvAaiiun , ;: . ...
unloadmn a bases loariiH trini Sharing the spotlight with

plate three big runs. Abbje Flyiui H"ry tRefre,e v11 be
came on to get out of the inmng Q"ee5 0,t th,lela, ad hf.rc
without further

top of the seventh Coiie r "h S'1 w elected he

out on another hattino-7.rr

cmnio. k.. u.7 u 7. t M!raoB; miss raige io present me awaras
Shigles by Hatchett, Linares, and during the two night meet will be
twn hiiu An ho k.. n...... 1.,,.. ... ? ...

n L. ana miss ui'ina ward and miss Joan

V,i iciieveu riynn uimpji. AU tnree gm ate mem
Oil the mOUl1f. nnH sinfffos hu rrlit We m( lha enninf a1 at' UqIKa.

i v. uuwn M.r vjuui ivis wi wk. m uivi kiaso n l uniuui

and Spurlock gave the Collegian Hfifli -and. will carry oh in the

live inwie TLuis lo run mm r tn a same line iraniuon inai me n nrp-

r ... VUvH& . , r--
nn iiitia .tf a nf mr e hair nana

THrUD'HlU V. KillO IIOC Uullt

. Keiays omctais indicate that

plans foi

The box score:
Ooloti
Engelke
French L
Morris
Ammirati
French, W
Andersen, G.
Rudy
Dohlinger
McJear
Bettis
Total
Conejo
Hem

i Brandon -'
!leakely

Stewart
Rogers
Joyner
Linfors
Hare
Mallory
Mullini
Miller
Total

Ab R
3 0
4 1
3 3
4 2

4
4'
4
S
3
2
3
2
1
1
2f

Singles

1st Place Handicap E. Stinson 580
2nd Place Handicap, V, Rudy 546
3rd Pace Handicap H. Glud 538
4th Place Handicap A. Simark 535
5th Place Handicap M. Hicks 531
i i. tvi tr i. ..

in nace nanaicap n. Mornssey
son

7th Place Handicap K. Hardn 525

loin ana 7tn were ues)

8th Place Handicao I. iBeler 52n

9th Place Handicao B. Rnhert 511

mil. ni tt

ium riace nanaicap u uunn 510

inn riace Handicap L. Buxton 506
12(ft Place Handicap R. Nunes 508

13th Place Handicap J. Hume 503
High angle Game (w-hdep V. Ru-

oy 217

ALL EVENTS

1st PWce Handicap R. Nunes 15(69
2nd Place Handicap A. Simrak
1567

3rd Place Handicap R. Morrissey
1528
4th Place Handicap M. Hicks 1525
5th Place Handicap B. Mustam
1513
6th Plaee Handicap J. Hume 1504
7th Place Handicap M. Rodgers
1502

8th Place Handicap D. Williams
1498

,9th. Place HWflicap if. LeBeau

,1482

10th, Place Handicap H. Light 1491

Highest individual game bowled

In tournament fw-hdep) H. light

222. r

went rnze, t uips.

All-of these prizes tare to be a

warded later this manth; when
the Canal Zone Men's BowlU As Association
sociation Association award their Jprizes. This
event will be announced in the

local papers. Come and brine your

MWiahanJs or boy frieaeb, girls, and

phelp make this a successful affair.

to thirteen.

Alexander set the Strikers down Rel
in order in the sixth and gave up P1"?

a free pass to F4ynn with one a- iv1 re developing but wou'd
way in the seventh but shortstop to. 'mPhasizte .to all athletes
Ronnie Mew converted Pa,i. interested in entering that foe

Ronnie Mesw converted Padi-on's

grounder into a doubleplay be stop stopping
ping stopping on second and then throw throwing
ing throwing to first to eet Padron for th

final out of the game.

amy Hatchett and Spike Cody
led the 15 hit batting attack for
College with each man getting
three hits in five trips to the plale.
A double by Flynn in the first in-

nine. a homer hv f'nhna in tha

' rT- J wrvt m Milt
fourth and Padron's trials m ih

mm were tne only basehits collect'

eo oy bucKy strike, In theJ two
At St tn

the Strikers he has given up mly

live nus anprtive runs in fourteen
mnmgs. f"
The box 'cOfe:
Joilbr Collta

Ab R H P A

Linares, cf

Coffey, 3b
Hatchett, lb
Alexander, p
Cody, c
Schneider, .rf
R. Mead, ss
Spurlock, If
Dolan 2b

6 2 ? 3 0

5 1 2 2 2

5 3 3 ,5
3 2 10
5 T 3 8
32 1 1
2 1.0 2
5 ft t 0
4 i 1 0

Total

38 13 15 21 7

Durfee, 2b
Johnson, rf
Flynn, c, p

Madron, ss
Stemple, cf
Cobos, p, c,
Cordovez, If
B. Mead, 3h,
Lomedico, lb
Joyce rf, 2b
Total

Lucky Strik
AbB H Po A

3b

1
3
i
3
3
2

0 1
0 0
1 8

24 5 3 21 4

Score by Innings
Junior College
0 3 1 0 0 4 5 13 15
Lucky Strike

. 2001200-535

winning ptcher Alexander

Losing pitcher Cobos. Struck
out by Alexander 8, Cobos 7, Flynn
2. Bases on Balls Cobos 3,

riynn s, Mead 2, Alexander 4
rtij. 1 i .. i

rncner s records: uooos 8 runs,
11 hits In. 5 1-3 inns, Flynn 5 runs

3 hits m l rnning, Mead 0 runs.

1 hit in 2-3 inning. Three base hits

j-toffey, Alexander and Padron.

Two base hits- Flynn. Home
run Cobos. Hit by pitcher Cor

dovez by Alexander. Double plays

Mead to cobos to Lomedico

Mead to Hatchett. Umprres E

Mead. Time 2:10.

for the big track and field

(leadline for entries in March 14th.
This mpans that thorp is anmpwhat

less than two weeks until entries

must be filed with Relays direc director,
tor, director, John Fawcett, at the Balboa

gymnasium.
Th trarlitirlnal nnpninP cprpmn

nies will be held on the first night

ot meet, March 21, when tne ron-
nrarv rpfprpp wi'l ho int.rnrluenrl

and the Queen will officially open
thp extra vanza xhnrt.lv hpfnre 7:30

p.m. A feature of this phase of

the Relays which was added last

year, ana win oe cominuea mis
will be introduction of the defend

9

Will UC IIIUUHULllUU VI i ne uciciju-
ing Relays champions in both the

11

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inHiviHnal vnte mil thp rplavs

Tiftpts fnr thpsp twn hiff ntohta

of high class sports entertainment

win De on saie me weex prior to
tne meet. They are priced at 50

cents i or any one mgm, and 7a
cents for both nights.

Sanlord's Perfect
Bunt Beats Albrook
5-4 lor Ft. Clayton
PAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS

(-AS Of
Teams
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe
Fort Clayton
Fort Amador
Army Atlantic

March

4)
W L Gb
15. 5 -13
7 2
9 11 8
8 12 7
5 15 H

Fort Clayton shortstop Darnell
Sanford laid down a perfect bunt
with the bases loaded and me out
in the last o" the ninth innins to
enable the Fort Clayton Cavaliers
to down the league-'eading Al Albrook
brook Albrook AFB Flyers 5-4 Monday
night at Clayton's .'-man Field.
Clayton jumped off to a 3-0 lead
in the first three Innings andt hen
fell behind 4-3 in the top of the
seventh when the Flyers picked up
four tallies on no hits, two errors
and five bases on balls. In the
bottom Of the seventh the Cava Cavaliers
liers Cavaliers tallied one run to knot the
score until the fateful ninth in inning.
ning. inning. Big Walt Sauerbrun, Cava lier
rightfielder, paced his team in hit hitting
ting hitting .'With ; a home run and two
RBl's. Shortstop Roger Zimmer Zimmerman
man Zimmerman led the Flyer batsmen with
two base hits.
Cy Brady relieved starter Joe
Schufritz in the seventh inning and
picked up the victory. His record
is 5-4. Bob Hansen pitched one in

ning of relief and was charged

Wwnbto. and Moora. Scow- with hie first defeat of the season

He has a 5 mark.

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Baseball Season
Officially Open;
Lane. Umps Argue
TUCSON, Arix., March 5 (UP)
The baseball season's official to today
day today Frank Lane has had his
(First run-in with umpires.
The argument developed when
Lane question d whether um umpires
pires umpires John Rico and John Fla Fla-hery
hery Fla-hery should work intra squad
garnet among the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians as well as regularly
scheduled exhibition games.
It was finally settled when
the Indian general manager
telephoned American League
president Will. Harridge.
"My umpires are out there
to work all games," said Har Harridge,
ridge, Harridge, giving the umps a 1 0
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FOR SALE: 1951 Buick 4 door
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Basketball
Results
lust
Geo. Wash. 77, Georgetown 64
Wagner 76, Scranton 69
F and M 75, Drexel Tech 87
Juniata 79, Gettysburg 69
South
Florida State 85, Georgia 77
Louisville 78, Eastern Ky. 55
Midwest
Purdue 85. Iowa 59;
Michigan 72, Wisconsin 65
Indiana 96, Illinois 88
Iowa State 66, Oklahoma 55
Lacrosse Tech 106, Supeior Tech
93
Nebraska 55, Kansas State 48
Colorado 59, Missouri 45
Braey 85, Wichita 80
Drake 88 Houston 87
Concordia Minn 91, G. Aoldph. 82
Hamline 79, St. Johns Minn. 49
St. Louis 54, Oklahoma State 53
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Rainbow City
Softball Loop
Opens Mar. 18
By HERBERT MOISE
in an extraordinary meotino
held yesterday by the board of di directors
rectors directors of the Rainhow City Open
uassification Softball League, it
waaJlefinitely decided that the
loop will blow its 1958 lid off on
Tuesday, March 18, at 4:30 p.m.
on the Rainbow City playground.
As of this writing, four teams
have expressed their desire to
play in thia league. Two others
have made feeble sesturea n
league plans are being formulated
w DsorD meir entry smwid they
decide before the deadline for in inscription
scription inscription on March 14.
A sure entry for the cominir
son is the Canal 2kne Firefighters,
this time playing under the
orship of the Cafe Coolsoot. This
team was crowned champion last!
season wim me unoeneveable rec record
ord record of 12 wins and no defeat. This
constituted a record in the seven
year history of the loop. And per perhaps
haps perhaps an Isthmian record as no
record may be found where
senior team anywhere on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus has won a championship on
me season wiinout a loss.
The first loss suffered by this
team was from the hands of the
Jaen-Lopez team of the Colon Se Senior
nior Senior Softball League. This came
in a post season serjes for the .At .Atlantic
lantic .Atlantic side title. Lopez won the
seriest wo games to none.
Making a reappearance i n t o
this league are the Dark Million Millionaires
aires Millionaires of Jacohb (iBaby) Salas who
were being considered as the
"perennial Champs" when they
won 3 titles in four season un under
der under the coaching of Rodolfo (Fifi)
Tom.
When Tom moved to Panama
City, the team disbanded and the
RBCOCSL lost one of its best at
tractions.
The team possessed power,,
speed, defense, offense and over overall
all overall color. The new team will be
comprised of the bid standard
bearers in the main, with a few
addition that, the Millionaires be believe
lieve believe will insure their winning the
1958 ttle.
All interested in finding out any
thing about this league may con
tact any loop official thru Box 25
36, Cristobal. League officials are
Joscelyn Evering, president, Jeff
Joseph, vice president, Astor
Lewis, sec. treasurer, Herbert
Moise, publicity chief Cleveland
Meikle, commissioner and Bert
Walters scorer.
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Teams
F. Icazl y Cia.
Zenith T.V.'s
Duran Coifee
Dunlop Tires
Tivoli Travel, Agency
Kent Cigarettes
Pepsi Colas
Martini vermouw
Blue Star Milk
Balboa Beer
Hillman Cit
Canada Dry
Leading Bowlers : Pahl 176, Cqf
ffey 173, Luttenbetger m, waia.
er 162,- nassier
Icaxa $eett Atwater .l
Kent Cigarette 1
;rph. i one Waders fattened their
advantage over the other teams,
by burning up tne : nenv j-jy-
ettes tor inree puu.
lints were cioseiy coniesiw, -uv
i coAtt Atwaer Ouboard mo
rs just had the extra push in
it pincn iu cuuc v
n.i in h lasi etarne did the
.w.-.in..tn.hf. fall off and allow
gd the pack of Kent Cigarette to
enter the winer's circle. For
the Scott Atwatcr, Jimmy Bowen
w th best witn a i ow,.
Gil Gilleon made the best sho
ing for the Kents with a 533.
Martini J lenlrh T.V.'s 1
Th. five Martini Vermouths
t,.nfoH the Crawfords Zenith T.V. s
a severe jolt in tneir queai tw uw
league championship. Minis
stage of the season the runneruo
Zenith just could not anora 10
drop the three games wai iw
Martini Vermouths snatched from
them.
flsr Baldwin and Jack Voss Ifor
k. Martini rnmhineri and fumish-
L1K. iun.'
h the nne-two ounch for tne
PABtt.il lrl c, crabbed off'
i nrl Jack a 527 series, rhe
only Zenith TV set mat i was si siting
ting siting good reception was Al Hele
witti a clear cut 539 Set.
Duran Coffee 4 Canada Dry 8
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The five cuns of Duran Cof'ee
poured it all over the C a n a d a
Dry solft-dnnkers For a snutou:.
Th Canada Drv are how so deep
n the re ar It would take a SUCK
of dvnamite to set them out of
tsat spot, uesprte ise iaci wai
the Canada Dry lost aU four
points, the Duran CoffeS Cups
knew thev were in a battle M
the way, because rnev, won ine
e'ean sweep by only ninety pins
during the night.
The league leading bowler, Les
Pahl, proved his right to be on
tnn of the heao bv Dicing his
team- with a 490 series. But th
scoring honors of the evening
went to a member 0" .the' lowly
Canadas, when Don Rudy tabbed
542 set.
Tivell Travel Agents- 9
Hillman Cars 1
The Hillman rCars may have
been crowned the champs of spon
sored teams in the recent city
tournament, but to the Tivoli
Travels, the Hillmans were just
another team to be taken. De Despite
spite Despite the fact that the Trtve'ers
were traveling light with three
men, they had an easy time, ex except
cept except in the middle game when
they stopped along their travels
and dropped the point. Bir Bruce

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FORTH! BISt IN TV RIPAIRS
Telephone Panama 3-7607 U. S.
TELEVISION All service CO. D.
Till INCREASES
NEW YORK, March 4 (UP) -Sales
of rubber ailing should
amount to more than 100 million
square feet in 1958, at least a 10
per cent rise over 1957, according
to the Rubber Manufacturers As Association.
sociation. Association. The RMA said the in increase
crease increase would be the result of low lowered
ered lowered money rates which will stim stimulate
ulate stimulate commercial and residential
construction
545 series, and Bob Barker, was
the best Hillman vyjth 495.
Blue Star MMk 4 Pepsi Colas I
The Blue Star Dairy-men bottled
up the Pepsi Colas in all four
points, and this night performance
was one oi me uesi mat me mue
Star Milkmen enjoyed this sea season.
son. season. It took the grand old young youngster
ster youngster Harry Klurapp, to set the
si Colas, Ray Schneider'ssOl ae aeries
ries aeries went down the dri when
his team dropped all tlx four
points.
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Dunlop Rubber 1 Balboa Beer 1
The Dunlop Rubber, with, their
sponsor in the. stands looking on,
sufferer! etaoe friottt tuiie
they rolled one of their poorest
games oi ine season, When a 128
game was the highest. But after
that first eifort, the Dunlop Rub Rubber
ber Rubber men snapped back and took
me next tnree points with, consi considerable
derable considerable ease.
From the way the Balboa Beers
were bowfihg it did not take
much effort for the DunlOps to
come out ahead. Harvey Lehman
una mai ren Tirenaii nf k
pg to lead the Dunlops, and Man
j reinanoez, ied the Balboa
Cervezwith 489.
'&2S'$B: ?!, Haas-
uuv tit, VOSS 202.
acipic coImowjlitan
MIXID LIAOUI
Ural WuL
Colonial Insurance
Tivoli Motors
42-37
38-30
Colpan Motors
38-31
Tasco Battery
A P A
Abattoir Naeional
Tahiti Jewelry
35-34
35-34
38-38
29 40
spawning Dot
2544
Colonial Irtaurervt I
Tahiti Jewolry
A 30 pin handicap was used ad advantageously
vantageously advantageously in the Coloan Insnr.
ance white-washing of TahitiTlew TahitiTlew-elry.
elry. TahitiTlew-elry. This shut-out win idded to
the league lead of Coloniil Insur
ance. Bob Toland and ,Bttty Cole Coleman
man Coleman led Colonial Insursnre while
Bill Jamison and Vitgil C8mby
were the "diamonds" for Tahiti
Jewelry.
Spaulditvg Dot 2
Tiveli Meters 1
once again the handicap, 86
m,. proved hwhly inrtrniount
able and led to the downfall of Ti
voli Motort. Ted and Reggie
Schmidt led TivoJi Motor and
Boh Rover ahd Wilma' RHey were
the high bouncers for the Dots.
A P A I; Abattoir Naeional 0
A p A continued their march
lipw.rd in the league standings by
snoicing Abattoir Naeional for
three points. All of the A P A
team flew high; Soyster, 867- p.
IBest 427; MitchusaOn,.425;;FlostO MitchusaOn,.425;;FlostO-nich,
nich, MitchusaOn,.425;;FlostO-nich, 515; and E. Best, 598. Abat Abattoir
toir Abattoir Naeional was saddled, with a
blind and only Ted Albritton scor scored
ed scored over 500.
Colpan Meters 1; Tasao BfcHery I
gild Balcer, Tasco Battery lead lead-off
off lead-off roller, was the shimrtk light hi
this match with a total of 855, but
all Tasco fiatttjry won lws one
point. Berhice Roberts totalled 508
but all Tasco Battery won was
one point. Bernice Roberti total-
led 508, her first over 500 this sea
son, and With help from Al Minor
and Don Rudy, drove Colpan Mo
tors to victory.

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FOR SALIs Fiberglass beat
'Thunderbird Chief) with remote
controls and ether accessories,
with or without 35 h.p. motor
and Gator trailer, all Curundu
4198.
FOR $AU: 25 Tt.p. Johnson
outboard motor, top condition,
$195 cash. Telephone Balboa 2 2-2448
2448 2-2448 after four thirty.
FOR SALI: 24 ft. cabinboat
with 40 h.p." engine, fust inspect inspected
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New fiber glass boats on display,
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F. O.B. factory. Ixcellent for car
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Two Surviving Members
Of Puerto Rico's Boxing
Team Meet In Semifinals

By RALPH SAL AZAR
NEW YORK March 5 UPK
The two surviving members of
Puerto Rico's golden glove.s six six-man
man six-man team climb through the ropes
at Madison Square Garden to
night to fight in the semifinals of
the eastern championships.
According to the drawings held
last night' at the end of the quar quarterfinals
terfinals quarterfinals at Sunnyside Gardens,
Queens, flyweight Antonio Casta -non
will trade blows with Lamar
Linon of Jacksonville, Fla., and
bantamweight Luis Figueroa goes
up against his fellow Puerto Ricau
Julio Ruie of Cleveland.
The Figueroa-Ruiz semifinal as assures
sures assures that at least one Puerto Rt-
can will figure in the finals to be
set, in motion in the second half
of the colorful annual slugfest to tonight.
night. tonight. But there's also a good chance
that one or all three of the New
York team's Boricua battlers
may jot a try for the crown in
thnir respective divisions in the
finals.
The always dangerous Angel
Morale drew AIberr,JJamels j
Lowell. Mass., as WAW)onent J
the other flyweiglft semifinal,
while Angel Crus clashes with
Norman Smith of Washington, D.
C, in one of the featherweight
semifinals.
The luck of the draw Monday
night put Castanon, Morales Fi Figueroa,
gueroa, Figueroa, Ruhr and Cruz in tonight's
'semifinals.. They drew byes for
lost, niaht's Quarterfinals
The third New York Puerto Ri-
can battler, middleweight Jose 10-
rres, last night drew Wayne Vim Vim-cannon
cannon Vim-cannon of Charlotte, N.C., for to-
I kt'. .km if in al
Altogether there will be six
Puerto fticans in tonight's semi
finals, two from Puerto Rico, three
from New York and one from, Cle
veland.
Two more of Puerto Rico's six six-man
man six-man team fell by: the wayside m
lat niaht's auartorfmals before a
capacity crowd of more than 2,000
rabid fans.
Jet Santiago lost a hoart hoart-bre.ker
bre.ker hoart-bre.ker to Tod Pick of Newark,
N.J. in he fnatherweight class.
It was close all the way. Both
fooght their hearts eet btit Pick
displayed a flashier attack while
Santlager was losing his punches
in the air tee often. That was
the difference. But both got a
big hand from the capacity
crowd for a thrilling battle. San Santiago
tiago Santiago was knocked down once.
Pick et th decision by a fair
maroln.
OhduUo Nunez, who drew a bye
(n th nneninc round, was a gal
lant Vnser 'to Vernon Vinson of
Cleveland hi the welter weight
class. Like Santiago, Nunez missed
hit itarfrnf a number ot times
whfle Vihsbn kept up a steady
though not too brilliant barrage
going that caught the judges' eyes
aitfl got the nod. :
torrts seemed to be taking it
wasy in winning the decision from
Eugene Welhorn, wasmngron, v
C. middleweight, but he was nev
er in arw rtsncer.
The New York Puerto R i c a n
nwed th boxmc skill he learn
ed While becoming middleweight
hlmpipn m the rmy, irom wnicn
he was disChargen recenuy. iie
was also all service Caribbean
chammon and was a member of
the 1958 U S. Olympic boxing team
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Real Estate
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ASSUMES NEW POST
HONG KONG, March 5 (UP) (UP)-Howard
Howard (UP)-Howard Jones, new. U. S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Indonesia, left here by
air today for Jakarta to assume
his post.
Linton, Castanon's foe tonight,
knocked out Patrick Romer of Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo in one minute, 21 seconds of
the third, round Monday afternoon
and drew a bye last night. Ruiz,
who meets Figueroa, outpomed
rugged Reggie Marin of Charlotte
Monday afternoon.
Santa Cruz Sports
By C. WELSH
Standings
W L Pet.
Church Square 6 3 .667
Parallel 6 3 .667
Front Square 5 4 .556
Dust Bowl 5 4 .556
Last Monday the Santa Cruz
Boys Softball league was tighten-
ea as ra.rauei beat Front Square
9-5 and Church Square dropped
a 10-3 decision to Dust Bowl.
Parallel, coming to life after two
consecutive beatings, is now shar sharing
ing sharing the league's lead with Church
Square. Parallel, showing .a lot of
power, whipped Front Squaie for
ine second timejn three decisions.
he winning. fifiMher was Ruperto
pin, he wmalfco the hitting
ar. The nse was RinMv
White. 7.
Dtist Bowl whittled Chureh Srur
10-3 after dropping a 14-3 rlerisinn
to the same team on Thursday.
xuoi duwi nanaea vnurcn square
their second of three being this
season. It was the first loss for
Church Square ,$ince their first
two beatines on flnpnintr Hau Th.
wuinihg pitcher was Eric Carew
me loser vas tinrique Cum Cum-mings,
mings, Cum-mings, his first in six deplsinn
The hitting stars of the day were
Eduarrlo Walk and Charles Wlch
with: 3 for 4. L
The supervisors" of this league
are Miss M. Yearwoorl anH Mr
W. Walters. Scorers- H
J. Motjales and W. Walters.
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155
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C. Welsh, cs
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23
27
22
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20
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L. Bowen, cs
L. Hadley, p
R. Sealev. db
J. Joshua, cs
A. Martin, db
Most Home Runs
Ruperto Toppin
Llewellyn Bowen
Bruce Codrington
Leading pitchers
WL Pet.
2 0 1.000
2 0 1.000
5 1 .833
Emerson Cooper. P
Erick Carew, DfB
E. Cummings, CS
CLOCK STRIKES BOY
ATLANTA, March 5 (UP) A
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the hnv was nlavlnff with in nlrl
Clock when the spring snapped
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consumers
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nickname
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somewhat hoarse, though the cold he had for several weeks

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US A-Sub Completes. Record Atlantic Crossing,
British To Use Underwater Polaris H-Rockets
PORTLAND, England, March 5 (UP) The U. S. atomic submarine Skat end ended
ed ended an undersea voyage from New England today at this base where Britain plans to
assemble a submarine fleet that could roam the oceans with H-bombs.
The Skate, skippered by Cpt James F. Calvert, tied up after making the fastest
Awerica-to-Europ crossing in submarine history despite detours for maneuvers en
'route, rt left Croton, Conn Feb. 2f on the 3056-mile trip to Portland, first stop on
a five-week training cruise.
Coincidental, British newspapers delivered to the Royal Navy's Portland base
this morning carried banner headlines proclaiming Britain's planned new look in sea

defense.
Hi
1 Gdr Robert Allan, Parliamenta Parliamentary
ry Parliamentary secretary to the Admiralty,
came up with some of this covin
try's undersea secrets m Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament last night. -Allan
told Parliament that Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's navy, which' once ruled the
seas but now is outshone by the
Vj atomic-age fleet, plans to ca ca-RaJue
RaJue ca-RaJue on American know-how to
fetgr defend itself.

Algerian Rebels t
Ward Of Reprisals
II Girl IS Shot
v TUNIS (UP) The Algerian
f'army of liberation" warned
last night it may shoot its
French prisoners if beautiful
Djanifa Bouhired, a 22 year-old
nationalist leader, is executed.

The National Liberation Front

headquarters issued a communi communi-fiB
fiB communi-fiB pointedly referring to four
tormrh manners whose capture

near the Tunisian border town of

$akiet was widely puDiicraea m
France. j
The front said France has ex ex-tcuted
tcuted ex-tcuted 15 Nationalists and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced 11 more to death smcc
January 11. It added recent in information
formation information Indicated Miss
Bouhired would be executed soon.
'We warn the French govern government
ment government and the French people that
if our prisoners continue to. he
SLlkrfJS if Diamila Bouhired

'".I:: W ,raf old despite the

.am intervention of th ngn

est personalities the world over,
k National Liberation army

must throw on the French govern

ment responsimiiiy ior r
liberation array is required to
take," the communique sain.
Iffrss Bouhired was condemned
for a bomb throwing incident in
which French soldiers were
killed. Her trial aroused cri lcism
ia France and abroad for alleged
irregularities.
Only President Rene Coty can
save her from execution.
About 200 French prisoners are
Mlieved to be in the hands of the

rebels.

He said Britain plans a sub submarine
marine submarine squadron armed with
American Polaris ballistic mis missiles,
siles, missiles, which can be launched un under
der under water, have a 1500 mi'e
range and carry hydrogen bomb
warheads.
As a start, the Royal navy will
use the missiles in conventional

long-range submarines, and hopes

to have several ready tor action

within two years.

' Later, batteries of the Po'ans

missiles will be installed in Brit

ish-built atomic submarines.
But that is expected to take sev several
eral several years.

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Senate Democrats
Would Legislate
For PWA Program

WASHINGTON, Marsh 5 (UP1
The Senate Democra ic lead leadership
ership leadership wants Congress to set up
a public works administration
like the PWA dsoresisdn a a-gency
gency a-gency of the 1930's for use
in case the business recession
worsens, it was disclosed today.
This nronoslal has been add

ed to the already roiling Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic legislative program of

housing, public works ana other
action going beyond proposals
yet' heard from President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower for checking the busi business
ness business downturn.
Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson passed the
word that he favors passage of
a PWA bill as a potential sup-,
plement to federal spending
for highways, water projects,
hosoitals and other public
works. The PWA program
would then be ready, in case
it were needed.
The Democratic leadership
program also calls for voting
more funds generally for exist existing
ing existing public works than the ad administration
ministration administration has asked. If the
administration refused to spend
any extra money voted, the
Democrats would mane clear
where the responsibility lay.
8en. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.)
Introduced a bill a month ago
to authorize spending up to 500

million aouars a vear through
a PWA on approved projects
Drooosed bv states and com

munities. The federal govern government
ment government would put up per cent
of the cost of public buildings

ana oiner projects.

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Russia Suggests Summit Meet
Take Place In United States
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP). President Eisenhower Atsclosmi nw. ht .. h...

suggested holding an East-West summit conference in the United States.

k ,efIe!.,e.nt ff1? wou S"000 wea, should such a meeting be called to bold it
in the United States if it were a long one. But he said the place wouldn't make a rreat deal

or difference in the case of a snort meeting
At the same time, the Presidenc repeated at his m MnfM.M n s mM..n. k. ml

summit meeting be so well prepared in advance that there would be a reason' to believe it would:
produce real progress toward easing of world tensions. t

Anytnmr less, be said, would be absolutely futile and damaging.

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ACTRESS QUESTIONED IN ANASTASIA MURDER Actresa
Liz Renay, 31, leaves the District Attorney's office in New
York with her lawyer, Louis Kay. Miss Renay, who used to
date Albert Anastasia's bodyguard, Anthony Copolli, was
questioned about the gangland slaying of Anastasia. She said
she did not know Anastasia and did not know who ktlle-1 him.

Nuclear Power Plant May
Be Tried For New Tanker

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WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP) perts believe nuclear powered

BRIEF ENCOUNTERBikinis
are now outmoded in Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's cheesecake department
byv the short nightgown, worn
by glamor gals in several up upcoming
coming upcoming Alms. Typical is this
shortie, which Shirley Jones
wears while singing "I Haven't
Got a Thing to Wear" in the
new musical satire "Never
Steal Anything Smalt."

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Neoro Continues
Baffle To Enter
White Law School

i ALLAHASSEE, March 5 (TJP
-Ne?ro Vireil Hawkms took n.

other appeal to the U. S. Circuit

ourt at New Or eans truUw in

his lone battle to enroll in the

university of Florida law school

jtiawKins, alter iune vears of
law suits In state courts. wnf

into fedral district court In Jan

uary to demand promnt admission
to the all-white school. While the
court was considering his demand
for a permanent order. Hawkins

asKea that he be permitted to en
roli temoorarilv.

District Judge Dozier A. Devane

promptly refused the temporary
injunction and Hawkins appealed

me reiusai to the circuit court

Devane then entered an ofder
postponing all proceedings in, the

nawicms case nere until the cir
cuit court ruled on the appeal.

loaay, Hawkins' attorneys ap appealed
pealed appealed the postponement and
asked the circuit coUrt to force
Devane to proceed immediately
with the case for a permanent
order prohibiting the State Board
of Control from keeping Hawkins
out of the law school solely be because
cause because he is a Negro.
Hawkms maintains that de de-vane's
vane's de-vane's refusal to grant the tempo temporary
rary temporary injunction prevented him
from enrolling for the February
term. Postponement of proceed proceedings
ings proceedings on the permanent injunction,
he said, will prevent him from

getting a final decree m time for

the September term.

The government ordered a study

today to determine the possibility
of installing a nuclear power plant
in a tanker ship now under con construction.
struction. construction.
The study, expected to take
about three months', will deter determine
mine determine the engineering problems in involved
volved involved and estimate the cost of
such a projebt.
Conversion of the tanker to nu nuclear
clear nuclear power would give the nation
its second atomic merchant ship.
The first the U.S. Savannah is
now under construction.
The Savannah, a 21,000 ton
c aron-nasspnser shro. is sched

uled for completion in i960, it win

carry 60 passengers and 9,000 tons
of cargo at speeds of up to 21
knots an hour.

The government has said, the

Savannah would be valuable for

research purposes. It would not
he able to compete commercially

with coal and oil burning imps

because of operating costs,

However, some maritime ex-

The President endorsed Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles' remarks of yesterday
rejecting latest Soviet trems foi
a foreign ministers' conference
to prepare for a poisioie sum summit
mit summit meeting.
He said he had a long con conversation
versation conversation with Dulles before the

secretary of state spoke and

tnat Dulles reflected his views.
Meanwhile Russia was ex expected
pected expected today to msi3t on the
West agreeing to an atoms-free
zone in Central Europe as part
of its price for .i successful
summit conference.
The Soviet Union's hand was
tipped by Moscow radio, it
broadcast a review of the so so-called
called so-called "Rapacki Plan' while
Dulles was rejecting Russian
calls for a pre-summit foreign
ministers conference with lim limited
ited limited powers.
The Russians consider the
plan envisaged by Polish for foreign
eign foreign minister Adam Rapacki
so "pressing" that they, want
it included in East-West
heads of government talks
when they are held, the
broadcast said.

tankers offer the most promising

field for atomic powered mer

chant ships.
They reason that (1) Oil cargoes
are more readily available; i2)

An atomic tanker would not bufltr

up part of its cargo for fuel as
present tankers do; (3) A tanker
utilizes every inch of cargo space.
The tanker that would be con converted
verted converted is a 22,500-ton ship de designed
signed designed to operate at 20 knot. It
is under construction at the In In-galls
galls In-galls Shipbuilding Corp. yards at
Pascagoula, Miss. (
The Atomic Energy Commission
and the maritime administration
awarded contracts for the conver conversion
sion conversion study to George G. Sharp,
Inc., the potential ship design
ad-pnt. and General Electric Co.,

prospective builder of the nuclear

reactor for the tanner

Red Cross Group

To Be Interviewed

On TV Tomorrow

Tomorrow from 3:30 to 4:00

p.m., a dedicated group of Ameri American
can American Red Cross Canal Zone Chapt Chapter
er Chapter volunteers will be interviewed
by Mrs. Thelma Bolado on the
CFN-TV "Ladie Home Variety
Show."
Volunteers appearing on the
program will be: Mrs. Violet Wo Wo-litarsky,
litarsky, Wo-litarsky, chariman, volunteer ser services;
vices; services; Mrs. Otis Myers, production
chairman; Mrs. Lois Paolucci,
chairman, Gray Ladies, Gorgas
hospital; Mrs. Gladys Wiley, vice
chairman, Gray Ladies, Gorgas
hospital; Mrs. Cynthia Morris,
vice chairman, Gray Ladies, Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal hospital; Mrs. Sesalie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Gray Lady and Mrs. Rrta
Nielsson-, chairman, staff aids,
Albrook.

These women will describe the
many worthwhile volunteer func functions
tions functions of the Red Cross.
Future TV programs during
March are being planned' and will
be announced as arrangements are
completed.

READY ANSWER

GAINESVILE, Ga. (UP) A
tax asessor here is all set to
counter possible .complaints from
property owners about high taxes.
The Tax Department said the as assessor,
sessor, assessor, whose name u withheld,
had increased the tax valuation
on his own property by $590.

2 Nabbed In Jersey
In 23 Wood Alcohol

Deaths In New York
NEW YORK, March 5 (UP)
Two men were arrested in Hobo Hobo-iron
iron Hobo-iron n .1 todav'on murder charges

in the poison alcohol deaths of 23

New York city persons, pvuee announced.

Police said Francisco Padin, 32,
an employe of a chemical compa company,
ny, company, admitted he stole 60 gallons of
sVnhnl from his firm and

paddled it in Manhattan and the
. el m.Uah inn

Bronx tor $d per iive-ganuu .,
Arrestedwit h him was Pedro no

driguez, 26, a tannery worker who
was said to have aided Padin in
distributing the lethal alcohol.
The men were arrested at their
homes early today and booked by
Hoboken police as fugitives Worn
murder charges in New York Ci Ci-tv
tv Ci-tv Thev will have a hearing in

Superior Court, Jersey City, later
today.
Twenty-three persons in t n e
Bronx and the Puerto Rican sec section
tion section of Manhattan's Harlem have
died of drinking the alcohol in the
last week. Several are still hospi hospitalized,
talized, hospitalized, some in critical condition
from the effects of the cheap boot bootleg
leg bootleg "whiskey."
Police were at first stymied in
their search for the alcohol source
because the early victims reached
hospitals unconscious and J i e d
without being able to tell where
they bought he vicious drink.
Bronx detectives said they re received
ceived received information that Rodriguez
had supplied some of the wood al alcohol
cohol alcohol to neighborhood bootleggers,
who mixed it with fruit juice or
soda pop be ore peddling it to their
slum customers.

Soviet revival of the Ranaeki

issue, which is linked closelv

with East-West disarmament,
came as Dulles told reporters
in Washington that Soviet Pre

mier Nikolai Bulganin'? note, to

France Monday eallinr for a

pre-summit meeting of foreign
ministers was unacceptable oh
Russia's' conditions.
The 15-nation NATO council

in Paris meanwhile turned

oown Russia's bid ;.o tlx the
date for a summit meetine be

fore the foreign ipinisten get

togetner.
The NATO delegate? said

there was no point in setting
the date until the foreign min

isters agreed n the agenda.
In London, British premier
Harold MacmiHan told a
Conservative Party rally in
his first major speech since
returning from a Common

wealth tour summit con conference
ference conference would be fine if
the Russians cooperated.
"Nobody will be mon nlease

than I if we can noid a sum

mit meeting in conditions
which seem to hold out hoDe

of definite achievement,' Mac-millansaid.

"We shall make a great .nia-f
take if we put our expectations
too high," he said.
"But I do believe that we
may be able to make some
progress on a limited field
and I believe that balanced!
disarmament is perhaps the'
most promising.'

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HORSE SENSE Avoiding the difficulties of auto ehaiut,'

nuw wres ana xne aangers oe suppery roads, Fat Lesley, a
schoolteacher, uses Sis faithful horse for transportation during
a snowstorm in Independence, Mo. Red-faced, but warm in,
fur-lined coat, Pat ana" his horse go about his appointed" rounds
as the wind and snow whips about, i This time he was .out to
get a haircut and mail some lUem

Foreign Aid Chief Says Camel Drivers' Baths

Were Health Measure, Calls Program 'Rewarding'

WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP) (UP)-Foreign
Foreign (UP)-Foreign Aid Chief JameV H.
Smith Jr. conceded today that
American aid dollars built public
baths for Egyptian camel drivers
and flew thousands of Arabs to
Mecca.
But be contended that both ex

penditures were worthwhile and

that the foreign aid program as a

whole "perhaps is the most chal

lenging and. .rewarding that has

ever been undertaken."

Smith, who testified before the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,

denied that foreign aid ever was
used to buy striped pants for
Greek undertakers or ice boxes

for Eskimos.

He strongly urged support of

President Eisenhower's $3,900,'
000,000 foreign aid request for fis

cal 195S to bolster the free

said it was impossible to overes

timate the program's importance.

The foreien aid oroeram. which

was deeply cut Vast year at theJ

height of the business boom faces
rough going this session from re recession
cession recession worried congressmen.
However, it also has strong bi bipartisan
partisan bipartisan support.
Smith said complaint about the
camel drivers' haths and the Es Eskimos'
kimos' Eskimos' ice boxes were among a
list of 85 submitted to him' by the
committee.

He said some of the complaints
were "much more serious" than

those he ticked off. However, act

ine committee Chairman Thomas

E. Morgan (D-Pa.) declined to

make the list public immediately

Smith met these complaints

head on:

"Have we nrovided dress suits

swer is we have not done any
such thing. The only clothing w
ever provided Greece was foot

wear for the Greek army.

"Have we financed public

baths for Egyptian camel' driv drivers?
ers? drivers? We were engaged, in a
health and sanitation program. .
to combat, a form of hookworm.
We have set up public baths for
that purpose which of course can
be used by camel drivers as well
as others."
"There is absolutely no trace
of furnishing ice boxes to Eski

mos. Nor are we in the business
of furnishing aid to the Eskimos."

It is asked whether we
planted wild gr?is along the high

ways of Leba iin. Yes. .to top

erosion there

other countr

per progra

Ad in a number of

. A perfectly pro

thousands of Arabs to Mecca m

1952 when the private transporta
tion system in Arabia broke down

But he said the Arabs paid "the

full commercial fare in their own
currency" and the "money went to

chanty." n

Smith said he saw "nothing

wrong with this whatsoever," nof

ing pointedly that the annual pil

gnmmage ra Mecca was a "very

major item in the Arab world.

The aid chief said that since the
start of the Marshall Plan after

World W,ar II the United States

has spent 21 billion dollars on for

eign aid. He said of that total

375 million dollars has been re

covered because df "improper

use."

He said the aid program has

been the one critical factor that

has enabled many nations to

maintain military establishments

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