The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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

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GENERAL, IN5 COCKPIT u- Brig. Gen, Terry B. Griffith, commander of the -836th, Air "Division
at Laneley AFHL. Va.i today arrived at the Canal Zone where elements of hia command -v B-57

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Refueling wing are reaay xor support misswng in Exercise Banyan Tree, oruntn, wnonew
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Drunk Driving,
Injuring Buddy
Costs Gl $300
, .$9t. Jame E. WrigM, 29, of
he U.S. rmy t Ft Gullck
fintA4300 and NiMKd l
"ene'yealn (ail yettertfay tn V
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S. District Court, Cristobal top
a drunken driving spree which,
ended-in total tlestructioit of hir
viutomobll' end injuries to ; a
' ernpanien idirtg -with hlm
Thr cue-year 'Jail ientence was
suspended and Wright wait placed
mi three vears orobationi He wa"
ordered'tofreport monthly to the
eourt prbbation-off icer; v ;
si In addition his driver's; license
was suspended for tone year . r
The soldieri an instructor in .ie
U S. Army Caribbean School,plead School,plead-ed
ed School,plead-ed guilty to charges to drunken
driving,adangering the safety of
pedestrians and causing injury. to
a passenger i .; his, uto;
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In coming before -. the court,
Wright requested the- services oo
the Public Defender.,
However, Judge Guthrie P.
Crowe pointed out the Public
Defenders services are reserv reserved
ed reserved for' those case of indigent
defendants and that it seemed
obvious Wright did not fall into
that category .' ;i
, Wright-vWd a' compWion, Paul
A. Viel, had left the Cristobal
VFW dub1 early in the evening
Jan, 25 apd proceeded along Boli Bolivar.
var. Bolivar. Highway to a point approxl-
, mately half a mile north of Mindi
Dairy. V,
;leyowitnossee repotted the
ear weaved along the road, caus causing
ing causing several people to run for
eofetyV. s "t4
At this point Wright lost control
ef the car, left the road and side side-swiped
swiped side-swiped a series of tress," until the
car slammed into the last xrf the
trees; and ame tym stop:
.' :Vei,owith!u;MAy:
at Ft.-. Gulick, ; suffered a f frac frac-tared
tared frac-tared arm and fractured hip.i It
Is reported;, thatv he .will be hospi hospitalized,
talized, hospitalized, until mid-March. "ve-,v
District Attorney Rowland 5 K.
Hazard recommended a $500 fine
. wdl aSthe one year"jail, sen
tences However, Judge Crowe Set'
the fine1 at $300 and suspended the
.sentence'5' v
Wright had no prior convictions
against hiili.- . ;.
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Radioman Clubbed
ring Attacks
On Cify? Council
. Radio station owner and an

, ..nouncer Ramon Pereira was club-

. bed by four men at his station Ba'
'A dio Mia ia Panama City this a
K- ternoon.-

An employe Of the station said
Pereira had received threats of
. death if he continued attacking

tne Panama city Council. FoUow
ing the attack Pereira went on the
air and called for a mess march
on the City Council office in Cath
edral 'Plaza!
. The Secret Police reported no
arrests naa peen maae in the case
up to mid-afternoon. .

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FIGHTER LEADER Col. Timothv F.XyKeefe of Mount Kisco,

n.x aeputy composite air strike force commander lor jsxercise
Banyan Tree, steps out of his F-100 Supersabre at Howard Field
after a nonstop flight from his home base at Seymour; Johnson

Air ForcrBase Golsboro, N.C. O'Keefe, commander of TAC's 4th
Tactical Fighter. Wing is working with" Brig. Gen. Theodore

Kersnaw to airect tne night operations 01 more man nu tau
fighter, bombers, tankers, and transports during Exercise Banyan
Treet ,f (USAF Official Photo)

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Planes, Paratroopers Will Mingle

With Rio Hato s Seagulls Tomorrow

Panama's soarinc- sea mils

morrow morning. They wlU be joined in tne smes over tuo nato
by more than 1600 paratroopers flown directly f rom JFort Bragf,

N.C. i

The paradrop will be the spectacular opening WI Banyan
Tree, the joint Air, Force-Army Training eqercises in which Lt.
Gen. Ridgely Gaither's Caribbean Command v is augmented : by
U.S. based forces to demonstrate the defense of the Canal Zone.
The theater air commander, Ttfaj." Gen., Truman H. Landon,
commander of the Caribbean Air Command, announced today
that all Air Force elements are positioned and ready for 'the
combat maneuvers., v-vvfj''- -vvrhv rHv.''''; A'

Qalther pointed out that the
paradrop scheduled, for early to
morrow is unique ; in "that the
Strategic Air Command para paratroops
troops paratroops will board Tactical Ait
Command aircraft 198& miles
away, and arrive over the drop
zone without the usual 'inter
mediate staging basev ;
'This means that Army and
Air Force reaction time to a
small war. threat is hardly more
than the number of hours it
taker to fly to a potential trou-;
ble spot," he said. . :'
Aircraft participating in the
Banyan Tf ee operation are
scheduled to make low passes v
over the- Zone and Panama
during the exercise to, ac
qiaint people of the commu community
nity community with the U.S. Alt. Force's
latest tactical planes, It was
' announced today at Albrook.
' The low flights will begin at
? am tomorrow, with B-57s
Canberra light bombers flying
in the RUi Hato area. Several
flights of F-100 Super Sabres
wia iiy over colon at about n
am, cover the Canal Zone at
1000 feet to Albrook, then con continue,
tinue, continue, to Rio Hato.' iV
'.Friday and Saturday. the flv
bys are planned between 11:30
pm and noon 1 over ,Rio Bate,
Colon and Albrook.
Next Monday, 47 C-123 cargo
.'lanes' will swoop over Panama
3ity from, 8:20 to 4:30 am, and
the next day 18 C-130 trans-

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- 50Jh tankers of the-4505th -Am
(USAf Official Photo
are due for some competition to
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ports will be over Panama City
Brig. Gen. T. .G.;Kershaw,
commander of the Tactical Air
Command composite air. strike
force in Banyan Tree, whose
464th Troop Carrier ying. has
a major; part in, the exercise,
said: "Our people have worked
closely with -JLandon. and .his
staff getting everything .ready.
"Our C-1Z3 s have moved
tons of equipment Into place
: ranging from helicopters' to
nuts and bolts, : radar control
units to forks and spoons.
There Is nothing left to do
but the mission itself Today's
jet jnisslie age demands such
efficiency and we can provide
; The extensive plans which
have been made by 1 the mili military
tary military for the maneuvers in-
, elude the cooperation- of Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. An announce announcement
ment announcement made at Gorgas. ttoday
advised local resident that
vehicular traffic through the
hospital grounds will be re restricted
stricted restricted to military vehicles
"all dav tomorrow-1 j ;.' ;. s
. Traffic on Oorgas- Road will
Inot be affected. v ;:
. mvate automoones wui not
be allowed to enter or park on
the driveways witnin 7tne hos
pitai grounas alter t:oo am.
Parking will be permitted, how
ever," in the "two -parking v lots
oetween tne nospitai and coj'
umbia Road. ;

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PANAMA, B. WEDNESDAY, FEBRV ART U, 195f

Fi delist a
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4s Huge
Th tpokwrnan ef th

fllngltd out th Unfttd FruitCompany as ona- of th "huga

urally "fael hurt" over tha fall
Slickly fielding question
night Cuban rebel Capt. Jorge

plot to discredit th revolutionary govermnent of Fidel Castro

Mendoza emphasized that

a press campaign against the rebels on those larget foreign
to dispossess farmers from "their lands at wi II with the aid

This mornins. Mendoza and the
Hresf'of the delegation attended' -a
wreatn-iayinc ceremony at 1 tne
bust of the late President Manuel
Amador in Cathedral Plaza;
They are scheduled to meet
with student groups this afternoon
at 5 p.m. and attend a dinner
tonight as guests ef the Paaams
Lions Club.
irr. t' t j ,-
vuesuonea woouc graouns per permission
mission permission to the Cuban communists
to organize politically,, the beard bearded,
ed, bearded, long haired Mendoza said last
night:
, "We decided It was bettor to
know who they ore than to have
them operating underground."
. The delegation of one woman
and .eight men, including CathoUc
Chaplain Guillermo- Sardifias,. ar arrived,
rived, arrived, at Tocumen airport about
2: 30 .yesterday- afternoon.
.- They were met by an official
govetfoment reception committee
and a crowd of about i 2000 par
sons, who insisted that the rebel
f !! I J
Vill C: tomiL':rcd
' Av. spokesman-for -Panamanian
stevedores of the Terminals Divi Division
sion Division of the Panama- Canal Company-
was assured by Rocco Slci Slci-liano
liano Slci-liano special assistant Presi President
dent President Eisenhower fof personnel
management, that complaints voic voiced
ed voiced with regard to hours of work
and the non-application- of the Ci
vil Service Retirement Act to
many of their jobs would be given
full consideration. ..' ;
The Washington inan spent sev several
eral several days .here last.week.'
In a letter lent to stevedore Luis
A. Hernandefr ot Colon last week,
Siciliano rephed to tne formers
request for an Interview ;tht he
regretted his -crowded schedule
during his last two days -on; the
Isthmus prevented a meeting.1 Si Si-ciliano
ciliano Si-ciliano said also ? i' t V
"As you know, matters tekflng
to hours of work or scheduling of
work days are the responsibility of
heads of U.S. tovernmev- -sgea-
"Any kmendmepito
sions or the Retirement Act, wouia,
of course, require: the action of
the Congress of the United States.
"L am therefore foNrardlng
your letter to Cov. Potter In Ms
capacity a president.., of the.
company for his Information and
appropriate action under the cir circumstances..'
cumstances..' circumstances..' ,r t-Virir y
x "He has assured' me he will give
full consideration to the problems
which you have called xo my at
Winn." : V,.';'-.f.fel vl
Ganal spokesmen hav pointed
out that its stevedore who work
nart time on a "when actually em
ployed" (WAE) basis and. who av
erage less than 32 hours of wont
weekly over a period of time can cannot
not cannot be brought under Civil Service
nMtrmnt.. ;tvv .- ffe1fc-f?:'
The same Is true of -such part
time workers in the Zone as sun-
. . j. j.j. t
sntute teacners ana cerxain nospi
tal workers, regardless. of natipn
amy. -. . rv-.
In' the United States for-exam-
nle. certain emoloyes of the Na
tional Park Service i and of the
City of Washington icannot He
hrnntrht tinder Civil Service Re
tirement for the same reason: the
law 'does not cover part time em
"bloyes. Y .UH-''
I I 1 Ill I'":,.
BalbodPosf Office
Changes Sdfujrdoy
Operating Hours
'""'s '"'' .. i
Patrons of the Balboa Post Of Office
fice Office are reminded that Saturday
operating hours 4 will be changed
beginning Saturday, f .'
Effective that date, "the Balboa
Post Office will be open from S
a.m. until 430 p.m. each Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. 'Present hours sre from
a.m. until 5:30 pm on .Saturdays
The change follows one made
in the operating hour of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Retail Store which has re re-sultei
sultei re-sultei m less calls for; service in
the late afternoon

country U $ojo" Abraham Lincoln.

BrdhdiUnifruco 11 Gin tu Faiii'ilmcl

Forea

Cuban rbl; del station which
of dictator Fu Igencio Batista.
at a preat confvence. a.t the
E.'Mendoza re jected the idea
the rebel movement "is not
r. '.? if ...
delegation turn iti oack oa the of-1
ficial welcome. s; ?. I
The-Fidelistai solved the prob-
lent by- dividing themselves in
two groups! Mendoza; U. Rafael
San Martin and Pvt Francisco L.
Viera staying with the. reception
committee .-and visiting President
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. at the
Pffesidencia, while thai remainder
went wun tne crowd ,ana v drove
through Panama City in 230-eair
motorcade.
The rest of the deleeation in
cludes Capt. Mario Hidalgo. Lt.
Orlando Benitez, LtVioleta Ca-
sais ta TV star who1 joined the re
bels) and Pvts. Ricardo Vallada Vallada-res
res Vallada-res and Cesar Fonseca.
At the end of the motorcade.
the group were guests over a lo
cal ramo station.
In answer to another, ejuas ejuas-tlon
tlon ejuas-tlon Mendoza said the new Cu Cuban
ban Cuban government hoptd to solve
the problem of the millions ef
dollan "Slolen" from tho Cu Cuban
ban Cuban treasury by those who fled
the country with the fall of Ba Ba-fist
fist Ba-fist by (tovaluethHr iiH Cu.

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A possible disturbance twas R e everted
verted everted by Mendtua's companions
during the press conference when
a crowd of about 500 rettahi who
aaa gathered outside toe embas embassy:
sy: embassy: started clamoritfg. from them
to come out.
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The press sonference was inter interrupted
rupted interrupted briefly when two of the re
bels intervened in a brief clash
between the National Guardsmen
who were.; guarding the half clos
ed door to the .embassy "and two
student leaders,
' One of the bearded rebels'
and Miss Casals mounted at the
bast of a pillar and asked the
crowd tho emulate- tho "disci "discipline"
pline" "discipline" which had resulted in the
victor of their cause by dispers dispersing
ing dispersing and going to their homos.
The crowd pay some heed and
by the time the press conference
Col. Meador, New
Gorgas Director,
Arrives From Stales
col. Clark B. Meador, new
director of Goraas HOSPitaL ar
rived on the Isthmus yesterday
hv tilane from the United States
to take over his new duties in
the Canal Zone. He was met at
the plane by Col. Thomas G.
Faisen, Health Director.
This will be the second tour
of duty At Gorgas Hospital for
Meador. who served here before
in 1949 to 1951 when he took a
year of his senior residency in
internal medicine at Gorgas. He
then served a year as a mem
ber of the medical service staff
Meador was born in Hubbard,
Texas, and has been with the
U.S. Army Medical Corps since
1936. Before being assigned to
the Canal Zone, he was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center in Washington,
DC.
He will be joined here later
by his wife and two cnuaren.

Uniform Wage Plan Follows Treaty,
Potter Tells Rainbow City Group

Gov. William E. Potter of the Canal Zone stated categor categorically
ically categorically last night that the Single Wage Plan which has recent recently
ly recently become effective in the Canal Zone "carries out fully the
conditions and requirements set forth in the Treaty of 1955
between Panama, and the United States."
- Potter made the statement at the Latin American Civic
Council's open meeting at the Rainbow City School audito auditorium,
rium, auditorium, in response to a question posed from the floor. The
questioner wanted to know why there had been no wage re revision
vision revision upward despite recent upward trends In pricing of
various basic commissary, items.
By mutual consent wage and labor policy discussions bate
been banned at the open community meetings, designed prin

cipally for airing of civic problems.

The
srovernors remark was
tion of the manner in which

living costs. He went on to point out that since 8,000 of a
total non-citlsen work force; of 14,000 live outside the Canal
' Zone ths considerable group must have a substantial effect
upon the .cost' of living and that Panamanian statistics show
1 no appreciable rise in living costs during the past five years.

h Monopoly

arrlvad in Manama yaatarday

foreign moonpoliei" which nat-

Cuban embassy here last
that there was a widespread
in Cuba.
anti-Yankee," but he blamed
concerns which he said used
of Batista off icials.
. V.
was over late last meht only a
handful remained outside to cheer
the group as they went back to
Hotel El Panama where they are
staying as guests of the Panama
government,
Meanwhile, UPI reports from
Havana said Ma(. Jesus Soa
Blanco, Cuba's twice eonvicted
"war criminal No. 1," was exe executed
cuted executed early today by a firing
squad to which ho gave tho or order
der order for his own death.
Sosa was shot at 2.16' a.m. in
the dry moat surrounding Hava
na's Cabana fortress-prison.
Reports from the scene said he
faced the firing squad bravely.
f forgive you, and I hope you
forgive me," He said in a clear,
steady voice, and a moment later
spoke his last word:
"Fire!"
The regular commander of the
firing squad administered the
Coup de grace, firing a .45 cali
ber bullet into Sosa's head lo ma
iv,
jrtsiiriir.w)i;-deaa7--7-T,f..
Ramon Castillo
Of Colon Dies
On Catun Launch
Ramon Castillo. 30, Panama
nian, died Monday morning a a-board'the
board'the a-board'the launch Pueblo Nuevo
in Gatun Lake. At the time.
the launch was"- about IV2 miles
south of Escobal
His brother. Luis Martinez of
Palmira, informed police that
on Feb. 11 Mr? Castillo had
traveled to Cirictto to visit their
father Franciscol Guerrero.
On Feb. 14 Mr. Castillo had
complained he was ill, with
diarrhea and vomiting symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, in the afternoon of Feb.
15 he boarded the launch for
the trip home, staying aboard
until the' boat left for Colon
on the morning of Feb. 15.
He collapsed while en route
and upon arrival his body was
taken to Coco Solo Hospital
where he was pronounced dead
by Dr. Leo Rettinger.
Mr. Castillo was unmarried
and- resided hi Colon. An au autopsy
topsy autopsy has been ordered.
Army Issues Call
For Only 7000
Draftees In April
WASHINGTON, (UPI) The
Army has issued a call for 7000
draftees, in April, tne lowest
number since late 1957.
The new call was 1000 men
below the March figure and
2000 below January and Feb
ruary totals. Tne last time as
few as 7000 men were drafted
was in the ? October-December
period of 1957.
The reduced April call results
in part from manpower slashes
Imposed on the Army. It is cut cutting
ting cutting from its Dec. 31, 1958,
strength of 190,769 men to 870, 870,-000
000 870,-000 by next June 30.
followed by his brief explana
ware levels are vetted to area

Evicted From CZ
On Atlantic Side

The high cost of foodstuffs and the subject of con
traband shared the spotlight last night as Gov. William
E. Potter met with members of the Canal Zone Latin
American community councils dl Rainbow City. ;
Potter said contrabanding has increased, especially
on the Atlantic side. Three families have been evicted
from the Zone for this cause.
The meeting, opened by Dave White, president of.thi
Rainbow City Council, was attended by more than 150
persons who thronged the small Rainbow City School

auairorium.
Potter himselr opened the sub subject
ject subject of contraband. He observed1
that reports show a recent sharp
rise in the apparent smuggling of
groceries.
He cited a recent, case in which
a 13-year-old boy had been appre apprehended
hended apprehended by Colon police with a
large sack of groceries.
He also pointed out that three
Atlantic side families have re recently
cently recently been evicted from tho
Zone after repeated abuse of
commissary buying privileges
by each of their teen-age sons.
Each of theavoungsters had been

picked 'up three or four times aft
far t. t ....... k.,; ft- .V..J&
-.hie w ic!t- v ui.
of Zone communities,
Potter told his audience that
Zone authorities ire reluctant to
take such eviction actions. He
made a plea for community-wide
cooperation to stop possible abuses
of purchase authority.
In response to an eloquent plea
by H. V. Parker of the Rainbow
City Council, the governor prom promised
ised promised to look personally into the
case of a Camp Bierd youth re
cently apprehended by Colon po
lice as he left a bus at tne. m
Street stop. The youth was judged
guilty of contrabanding by Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian authorities without explan explanation.
ation. explanation. The $15 bond posted by his
father was forfeited and the gro groceries
ceries groceries he carried, intended for the
family, were confiscated.
Parker said there is no evidence
the boy committed any wrong and
appealed on behalf of-the family
for some explanation "as to why
the youth was dealt with in so
summary a fashion.
Two or three items were rein reintroduced
troduced reintroduced as unfinished business
from previous informal meetings
between the Canal Zone governor
and community representatives.
Last night's meeting was the
third of its kind hosted by the
Rainbow City community..
In dealing with the holdover
items. Potter assured the Latin Latin-American
American Latin-American communities of the Ca
nal Company's commitment of
$2200 which has been pledged for
the Pedro Miguel community cen center,
ter, center, The funds will be used in con-
Space Agency Plans
More Vanguards
To Probe Weather
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UPIJ-
The space agency charged aneaa
today witn .preparations lor orDH orDH-ine
ine orDH-ine three more Vancuard satel
lites to unlock vital secrets about
the sun's activities and the
worlds weather.
Dr. Homer E. Newell of the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) outlinec
new coals as Vanguard II twirl twirled
ed twirled around the globe gathering
data on the earth's clouds.
The first experimental satellite
a step toward future continuous
weather mapping, was put in or orbit
bit orbit by NASA in the space agen agency's
cy's agency's first try. NASA took over the
Vanguard project and tis scienti scientific
fic scientific team from the Navy last Octo October.
ber. October. The satellite had what many
called a depressing record during
the frenzied post-Sputnik period.
' After a cooling off : per od of
several months, during which it
minutely studied the rocket vehi
cle and made several "minor"
changes with no deadlines to
meet, NASA yesterday successful successfully
ly successfully launched the 21V4 pound
sphere from Cape Canaveral, Fla.
It was hailed officially as t
start of a new era in weather re research
search research -and a vindlcat on of the
faith of Dr. John P. Hagen and
the rest of the Navy research
team which moved to NASA.

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verting the former Pedro Miguel
dispensary ouueung. An additional
shoo worm of voluntary labor has
been pledged by the participating
communities:
In answer to a prior" request byT
Miss V, Henry, of Santo Cm?
. Potter said ho saw littlo hopo for,
additional residential oloctrie
outlets for that community W W-the
the W-the near future since their In!
stallation would, involve, nova;
power service estimated to oosfc
$30,000. :. r .. r
The high eost- of living subject
was set off by the Governor's
i . m .iw v i . t
jnitaify iflesndejcii.vHl s fast
decline f '. percent for the De-
uu, $
This sparked k wave of ques questions
tions questions and comments regarding re recent
cent recent commissary price increases
on such basic food items as soap,
tomato" paste and sugar, and led
Potter into a careful, explication
of the food purchasing and pricing
policies of the Canal Company.
Potter insisted that the Compel
ny has long maintained ah bfficisK
policy designed to keep basic con consumption
sumption consumption items at the lowest po ;
sible selling price.
But he also pointed out that alt
though theto basic food prieof
aro sold at low profit margin!
they must still contributt thai
proportionate iharo.to tho coat
of commissary operations.
However, Potter did promise
council members that he would i i-gain
gain i-gain look into the matter of re-establishing
the nickel ice cream
cone. Throughout the Zone, this
ancient delight of children is now
reported to stand at the "inflated"
price of ten cents per scoop.
Council members were studying
copies of the January price index
for all items in non-US-citizen re retail
tail retail stores. .The average was up
only .8 percent since last June
when the index was established,
certain items show a sharp in increase.
crease. increase.
Condiments and sauces are up
6.6 percent, partially prepared
foods 5.7, fats and oils 6.4 and
eggs 3.1. On the other hand, meats,!
poultry and fish are off 5.1 per percent,
cent, percent, fruits and vegetables off 1.6
and nonalcoholic bevaragea off 1.1
percent.
Consumer prices, on the aver average,
age, average, remained unchanged for the
third consecutive month. Home'
operation was the only major ca category
tegory category to have a change during
the month which amounted to a
decline of 0.4 percent. A J2 lX
percent reduction in the price of
pots and pans offset an .increase
of 2.4 percent in the price of bed bed-springs
springs bed-springs resulting in an overall de
crease of 0.4 percent.
Significant price changes In food
prices occurring during the month
were increases of 11.1 percent if
the price of onions and a 7.7 pee-
cent increase in canned fruit mix-
ture. These increases were ""Offset
by decreases of 3.4 percent la
round steak and -.3 percentHm thr thr-price
price thr-price of cheese.. ,1
Gorgas Fmplpye,
Robert' Cleveland
es Suddenly

Robert 'Cleveland, 50-year-oT!
Panamanian employed at Gorgas
Hospital, collapsed at bis Rio A A-bajo
bajo A-bajo home last night and was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced dead uoon arrival at Gorv'
gas at 10:30 p.m. ,
His wife reported that ho ar arrived
rived arrived home at approximately 8:3
last night and complained of se
vere chest pains. Shortly 'after
ward, he collapsed and it Is be
lieved he suffered a coronary
thrombosis.
Mr. Cleveland had no .medical
history of a heart condition.'' Aa -autopsy
has been ordered.

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LITTLE LEAGUE
if ti... r .,;,,. l.itla luioiic is

:rea.tion arm entertainment lor iW boys and several Hundred specta-
k However some of the machinery that contributes a imall bit to
this. civic commuruty activity is wearing out and needs some new
Sarts. This particular item of equipment is known as the Men in
ffilu" a group of individuals that most fans, coaches, and players
Ugree are selected from the blind and feeble-minded category. But
tyiiatever their qualifications, most fans agree that the umpire is a
:ecessarv evil With this in mind let us regress a bit to find out how
'.this trouble got started this year. Due to reasons I'm not exactly
uri: would ,nterest you, I had indicated to certain officials that I
ould return to tr,e Pacific League, after a season as manager in
fth Armed Forces League, if they needed part-time umpire. Al Although
though Although this statement didn't raise any unusual enthusiasm among
thc officials .1 missed one of the pre season meetings, and found
$hat those present' had appointed me the League's umpire-in-chief
H There is n moral here.)
J A canvass of ail possible umpire applicants was made and what
do you think; with one exception, the umpire staff was composed
Jfenitrely of the same old reliables that have served so faithfully, in
itjnc. capacity or another, for many years. This group consisted of
"Lou Seldon, Charlie Rager, and Howard Engelke. The exception
.noted above was the addition of a Teenager. Paul Reynolds.
This staff meant that although certain members couldn't func function
tion function on full time basis each umpire had only to work about two
'games a week. However, this situation quickly deteriorated when.
J Paul Reynolds was hospitalized by sickness and Lou Seldon went
Ion 9 to 6 shift, ior almost two weeks we have been able to field
' only one regular umpire and this necessitates finding a base um um-Ipuv
Ipuv um-Ipuv just beicre game time on many days.
' Howard Ungeuie is aiways willing to till in with extra time; Jim

Riley can be malted occasionally; and the league president Lou
Giuu has called tnt bases on several occasions. Wait Mikulich and
Rca latc-wart have even been caiieu irom weir coaching duties to
assist .yi -oiuciaung at sanies. on uie bases.
The taing wai mysoiies me in regaid to this umpire shortage
is that .eaca tame reveals so many quauned applicants on the wrong
s:c:e o tne anas tana screen.
An umpire stuuiousiy ignores the comments by the grandstand
umpixes, uu ne neaw quite a lew oi them. We have no uompiainis,
ijrfpmg is- a oastuau lans ptrogative, at least the gripers are
there, wtucn far. too many parents can't claim.
inow an tnis. aacanguuxg ooiis down to one thing we need
some more umpires : ine urst naif is completed and tne final half
ol the season resumes on Friday.
Personally, i would like to see several dependable Teenagers
become interested in umpiring. This would have several advantages.
h Train jouog umpires for future services to the community;
2i Alleviate, the situation of the handful of oldtimers carrying
the load each" yeai1, and
3. It id an oppurunity for them to earn a bit of spending money.
It is a league policy that although the adults all work in the pro program
gram program withou'. monetary compensation, the Teenage umpires receive
payment for their services. The pay, of necessity, isn't much but
it sure helps that allowance. This fact is verified by Johnny En Engelke
gelke Engelke and Randy G angle who comprise the umpire sraff of the Pa-

cilieTuM Leaguft (thjfjittle fellows, future stars). These two young

iaea..work eachmeIrl- dtys
Whu p8ssing but- bouquets we
,rans who surve steadily and well
(jEfofFrni in con&tant attendance

J dunes, and tne unsung heroes ol every Little League baseball pro
gram, the coaches and managers. I would like to express by spe

4 cial appreciation to these men.

leagues, foj extra reason (1) I fully understand their innumerable
problems and (2) my son is being instructed and supervized by
coaches in another lfaeue. ,.

My 30-odd yea rs in baseball have conclusively proven to me
that umpires are, here to stay. Would some few readers hejo. me to
maintain and popularize this theory hy calling Quarry Heights 2274
during duty hours. After work and the. ball game, umpire volunteers

may cau zzw.
MYSTERY AND
'Sir:
, Every night at 9:30 I tune in

program. The Army seems to know what program, and on,ly what

1 CFN program, the people is listening to, so they throw all their com

', mercials covering everything from
medicine on this one orneram.
First comes the old gag about
i one soldier so worked ud I noticed

J picking up Negro men walking along the road, transporting them to
, the Panama limits, then going back for another load. Fantastic, what

people can iau tor.
Next comes the Savings Bond
: no interest the first' six months, one
anq at the end of three years are
that can hold them for the full 10

f time banks in the States are paying ud to 5 Dercent and fi nercant

from the day of deposit.
V T at a a4ft 1,'inN t a .,, a... w. w.nnli, T.ll 1. II 1 l t

ajci. m owy ij""5 i vui unu cuic. icu II1CII1 IJ1B irUlll, even 11
it ain't so good. Tell that young soldier to treat people respectfully,
but let's not go around kissing everybody's feet, like Washineton does.

r Next comes the Base Library, so they go to the library to read
comic books and make love to the young native assistants hanging
f around the place. I really don't blame them, because the music,
J loud talking, and the Canal Zone brats inhabiting the place makes
i serious study impossible, so it turns into a joint.
! I can't remember the other commercials, but they have figured
i out thousands of them
t. So, in a half hour mystery program, with every soldier listening
in, we get 20 minutes of commercials and 10 minutes of mystery.
f, Why don't Ihey tune in their commercials on some of the other crum-
my singing programs they have?
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iweek aad very efficiently.. i
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Mrs. E, 5. Reynolds and Harry
each evening at their respective
the coaches and managers in all
H. W. "Woodie" Post.
COMMERCIALS
on the Army's CFN mystery story
constipation cures to broken lee
how to treat foreigners. They had
him drivine un RaillarH Hichwav
sales oroeram. Savinc Bond nav
percent for the next six months.
only paying 2 percent. The few
years get 3 Dercent. and all this
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BROADWAY DIGEST
'Les Ballet Africains", (the in?
port from ranct) openea in
Boston where critics rewarded it
with money-Ji-the bank notices.
Fascinating," exciting, DOid
and barbaric," 'ugly auid deprav depraved'.
ed'. depraved'. .Talk about cannibalism.
The New Yorkers drama critic
panned critics. .One of the mo movie
vie movie mags would have you believe
Joan Crawford scrubs her own
kitchen floor (0., snoor). .
Have an illusion-shatterer: Blon-
dolls Monroe, Bardot,, Turner and
Judy Holtiday are strictly from
peroxide. .F. Skiatra styled his
singing by echoing the smooth
sounds of Tommy Dorsey's trom trombone.
bone. trombone. It's never easy,, folks
Barbara Stanwyck made nine
screen tests and nothing happen happened
ed happened until the 10th which wan: her
a cintMtet. .what now con
sidered, scandal fodder becomes
history when it is put in a dook.
John, Ervine'i. biog of t Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Shaw' discloses bfiaf Mrs.
Sahw 'had a morbid horror of
sexual relations."
Kim Novak weeps when the cri
tics are cruel. .Koz Russell cap
suled the glory of a click;
"Pride, prestige and cold cash"
. .Katharine Hepburn's self-portrait:
"I resemble a female ante antelope".
lope". antelope". .Viewers are still tch
tching about the way Dagmar
flirted with Mr. Murrow vis his
"Person-to-Person" program
You d never suspect from seeing
him mangle men on the screen
that Richard Widmark was once
a college prof. .Carol Grace of
"Cold Wind and the Warm" was
married (and divorced) from
playwright William Saroyan twice.
"When i n not married to mil,
she sighs, "I'm not married to
anybody." (He has her talking
like he writes!)
The cast of "Triple Play" re
hearse in the plusa hast bide a-
partment of stars Hume Crony n
and Jessica Tandy. Ordinary ac
tors nave to put, up with oratty
rehearsal halls., .Actress Bar Bar-ette
ette Bar-ette Brooks in "F.B.I. Story'
hopes to crash the higher brack brackets
ets brackets with a "sexy pout look," her
own invention. .Only 4 years a a-go
go a-go Elvis was making 35 per
week. .Night club owners in
Havana report that Castro's re rebels
bels rebels occupy ringside seats wear wearing
ing wearing loaded machine guns and
grenades dangling from their
shoulders .The advance buzz a
bout "Some. Like It Hot," star
ring Marilyn Monroe, is that it is
one of her very best. .Jack Ben
ny's appeal kept his Fontaine-
bleau 2nd shows crowded with
celebs. .Ingrid Bergman's lo logic:
gic: logic: 'I don't belve in anger,
hate or revenge. They are such
exhausting emotions."
It was sadistically interesting
to watch Man ha Raye on her Tel Telethon
ethon Telethon when she introduced song
star Sylvia Syms, now the wife
of one of Martha's ofrmer hus
bands. Martha, however, was her
rowdy-dowdy digmued self. .
They say Johnny Mathis' new
found friends are trying to split
him away from his manager Hel
en Norga, When he was a Nobo Nobody
dy Nobody and nobody cared much, she
did. .The "Lei of Stars" revue
at the Hawaiian Room is one of
the town's popular floor shows.
. New Haven is one of the try-
out towns for new Broadway
shows Now have a chuckle:
Playwright Sam N. Behrman in
troduced author Moss Hart to a
windy bore. After much meaning meaningless
less meaningless talk, Moss told Sam: "Your
friend should be taken to New
Haven and cut!". .Truman Ca
pote, the pixie, told a Diplomat
waiter to wrap up the uneaten
part of his Camembert cheese
for my mouse."
Sinclair Robinson, whose fiancee
died suddenly after allegedly be being
ing being jilted, was described in 'ke
newspapers as being a million millionaire.
aire. millionaire. Intimates say he's a tew

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zeros from it.. Martha Hyer a star
now, appears with Sinatra in
"Some Came Running." In 1952 1
Martha moael'd around New Yorkl
and landed on a Cosmopolitan
cover. She used the name Mary
Lou Spring.. .When, making the
rounds of photographers' studios,
she left her card which' simply
read: "Spring Is Here". .''. .Tip
to interviewers: Don't tell 'Paul
Newman that his acung is like
Brando's unless you want the in interview
terview interview to be shortened, .We've
never seen a performance by
Newman that remided us of Mar
Ion's style. ..The quldk ;. closing
of "The Legend of Lizzie" stun
ned the cast which got several
robust curtain-caiis premiere premiere-night:..
night:.. premiere-night:.. It ra two perls.
Those slugfests in Westerns
are expensive. The broken bot bottles,
tles, bottles, chairs and tables usually
cost "$500 a day. .0nr film jour journal
nal journal reporls seeing this on the
walf-of"a -inovie" publicity 'iepvi
"If it costs money, forget it! .
. .Tennessee Williams hasn't
changed, .His first play was a
cne-acter that dealt with a dy dying
ing dying prostitute. Nobody's pei pei-fect.
fect. pei-fect. Doris Day's big fear: To an answer
swer answer phones. .Europe's censors
okay the sexiest episodes in mo movies
vies movies but nokay brawls involving
males. Too violent, they argue.
Did you know that small town
movie theaters pay as little a3
$10 for a film?. .The averase
musical show must run 40 weeks
to be a hit. .. .A line in Shake Shakespeare's
speare's Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" could serve
as a contemporary editorial:
"Peace makes men hate one an another."
other." another." In "The TtiValry" (by Norman
Corwin), Mrs. Stephen A. Doug-

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New York
las asks Mr. Lincoln why he
doesn't deny allegations in an t-
ditonal. "If I denied all th at-
tacks on me," he replied.JTd be
on a perpetual flea nunt". .rnat
line was framed on FDR's desk.
editor u a. seltzer's memo on
newspaperirig: "Anybody who can
stand to be out of this business
doesri't belong in it" . .Samuel
Goliwyn is the last of the real
independent film producers. No
partners, no board of directors
no bank financing. .Why play
wrights gray young. Critic Brooks
Atkinson hailed a drama as
"pure art of Hie theater." CrUic
Chapman scorned it as "a preten
tious bore". ."Cinderella" is Ihc
most populaiv tale ever penned,
but few recall the name of its au
thor. .Charles Perrault. .Wrote
it over 300 years ago. Fran
coise Sagan, France's best-seller
queen, flunked ju of college,
Victor Borge plans a long test
f- T r uiii j 4c
one-nighters. .Remember Trlsh
DWelly?) She's taking singing les lessons
sons lessons m Philly, her home ton.
One of the most photogenic faces
on television. .'Lovely Star
Good Night," due on Broadway
in March, deals with the intnfu
ing subject of feminine frigidity
. .Al Hoffman and Dick Man
ning (Como's guests last week)
are prob'ly the least known Dig
hit songwriters in show bix. They
wrote VTakes Two To Tango,"
"Papa Loves Mambo," "Mairzy
Doats, t ascination, Heart
aches,' 'Little Man You've Had
A Busy Day," "Are You Really
Really Mine?' and. many others.
, .Steve Condos. rece "- of "Sav
Darling," taught Norma Douglas
how to be an attractive dancer.

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WASHINGtON I have some some-t
t some-t mes wonueraa waat Abranam
Ltacola wouiu. do or say today -tHu.
we laci tna.. M schools and
places' of worship have been dyna dyna-mueu
mueu dyna-mueu in two years over the same
issue httiHiga lor.
as iar as i xnow churches were
no dynamited .'during the Civ 1
War, and it would have been im im-posibie
posibie im-posibie to oynanvte uncoln s
cnureh Aayway ior.Uie.belPoged
io none -..v.-:.--'
In. JLUinoia once rend a
chtircu pew, bu. it was Airs. Lin Lincoln"
coln" Lincoln" who usually sat invU. Whetf
ujvitea iq join, he said that be
"could not quitt'iee Jt."
"I ooubt the possibility or pro pro-priey
priey pro-priey of setting the religioo of
Jesus Cartst in uie model u man-!
made creeds and, dogmas," he once
said. "I;,wa $ spirt in the life
He laid stress on and taught, if
I read aright"
And again, "I cannot without
mental reservations assent to long
and complicated creeds and cate catechisms.
chisms. catechisms. If the church would ask
simply for assent to the Savior's
statement of the substance of. the
law: Thou shall love .the Lord thy
God, wth all thy heart and wi n
all thy soul and wi h all thy mind
and thy nJghbo: as thyself, that
church would I gladly join with."
So Lincoln stayed away from the
church as a formal member. But
he loved u theological argument,
and in them frequently quoted Ro
bert Burns' poem, "Holy Willie's
Prayer. By accenting the line.
"What! Send one to heaven and
ten to hell?" he showed how he
disapproved of the prevailing con concept
cept concept of hell. This was heresy in
Illinois in these days, since revi
valist preachers made perdition
seem very real and very popular.
LOVED HIS INIMIES
But though Lincoln belonged to
no church, he would have looked
with approval upon the churchmen
of today who have taken a coura" coura"-eous
eous coura"-eous stand for better understand;
ing in the south.
He would .hve approved heart
' i of, B'lly Graham's sermon at
Clinton, Tenn., commemorating
the raising of money for the new
high school.
"We must recognize that love of
mankind cannot be enforced by
bayonefs aldne," Graham told
those whose schoolhouse had been
bombed. "Tht law in iself Is pow powerless
erless powerless to change the human
heirt. Only- love can do that and
onlv Christ can bring that love."
Though Lincoln led a nation at
war, "he Was the only man in
historv,", according to the late. A.
Powell Davies, "who ever led an
army' into battle loving h's ene ene-mes
mes ene-mes more han he loved himself."
Lincoln would also Ime admired
the courage o such clergymen as
Ross Weston, the Unitar n minli minli-er
er minli-er of Arlington, Va., Monsifnor
Flaherty of yirginia, Rev. Colin
Another Dw'V?iis Buffalo
girl's- talent.
Songma'n Alan Dale set a new
Broadway rcord. Just divorced
his 16th personal mgr .The
Thursday night amateur talent
shows at the Lighthouse Cafe
have caught on with the crowo
bored with Broadway's mediocri mediocrity.
ty. mediocrity. .The, Mike Nichols-Elaine
May record-album is the first
talking, comedy platter to mke
Variety's best-seller chart. Clever
people. ."WhoopiUp" faded fast
buts"Love Eyes" from its score
lingers. Pat Suzuki's recording of
it Is so good. .The la'est ear earache
ache earache is name "Dribble Sybil,"
about a teen-age girl who droois
. .Highest paid understudy in
town is Allyn McClerie, who
stands by in case star Gwen Ver
don is indisposed and can't go on
in "Redhead".,. .Allyn gets $500
a week just to report backstage.
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By DREW PEARSON

uie, rector of uinst cnurch in.1
AJeitanoria, where Ueorge Vvasn Vvasn-ingtoo
ingtoo Vvasn-ingtoo worauipped, tfuoi Jonn
Rothschild of Atlanta, who held aa
inspiring so.vice in his teratJie
immediately after it was bombed.
'The koa of parson Lincoln-be-Meved
in was not the heU-and-bnm
skone type butt mea-' like. Rev Rev-Paul
Paul Rev-Paul W.' Utiruen'.ihe -little Baptist
who was Dea en up oy seven iOrb
and two women: on tie streets "of
Clinion,i Tenn., after he escorted
six. Negro children through a mob
of shout ng demonsvrators.
Lincoln would have eiven his
blessing to the Henderson, Ken uA
ckx, Mini.eriai Association wnose
members rere booed and jeered
by a mob in front of the Weaver Weaver-ton
ton Weaver-ton Consolidated School ; when
they appeared there to give moral
support to parents. And he would
have gven his quieii, powerful sup support
port support to the five Methodist minis-
terj who telegraphed ;Gov. Orva
r auous asKing mat he apologue
fro branding the Presbyterian cler
gy Communists because of their
stand on the race issue.
. LINCOLN'S CUE ID
Lihcoln's fa th sprang Jroin a
rich knowledge of the Bible, irom
reading Herbert Spencer's First
Principles and Social Studies, E E-merson's
merson's E-merson's Essays, Lecky's History
of Rationalism, Tom Pa ne's Ags
ol Reason, Fenerback Essence of
Christianity, and the se-rmons of
the Boston preacher, Theodore
Parker, one of which gave him
the substance of ills "government
of the people, by the people and
for the people.''
"Probably it i to be my lot,"

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Lincoln once said, "to go on U
m twuicn letsuia and ieasoniw
my way inrouga iUe, as question questioning,
ing, questioning, doubting ioomas cod. But in
my poor, m sned, wilnered way,
1 neatr with me as 1 go on, a see
ing spirit oi oesire for a taith mat
was wi.h him of the olden lima,
woo, ur his need, ai l o mine,,
excUimed,Vflelp Thoii my unne-
; U Tils famlus" debates Tci h' Ste Stephen
phen Stephen iouguv incoln againand
again definea the real issuecoig
this country'r r.the issue mat wm
continue in this country when thee
poor tongues of Judge Douglas and
nfyself snall.be silent, It is the e e-ternal
ternal e-ternal s nrggle bejween the two
pr ociples, u sight and wrong,
throughout the world. .They r are
the two principles that have stood
face to "face since the beginning
of time and will ever coot cue to
struggle." : "7
CArrroL chaff
Joseph H. FreehiU, a great pub public
lic public servant who -labored for I his
fellowman; d ed- shortly after being
defeated in the race for Conarets
la Northrn Virginia; After, death,
it was discovered that be had used
up all his savings, all, als insur insurance
ance insurance money, every penny he hid
to Pay his campa go deficit, This
j the toll frequently are how rais raising
ing raising money lo help his family. ,.
Sen. Lyndon Johnson has appointed
five new top-notch Senators to the
Small business ; Committee Jen Jen-nings
nings Jen-nings Randolph of West Virg'uli,
Clair Engla of Cali'ornia, Jlarri Jlarri-son
son Jlarri-son Williams of New Jersey.-Boh
Bartlett of Alaska and John Moss"
of U ah all with good records for
helping smalt, business.

Dear Friends:

As I am continuing to make
improvements la y service
to you, I'll have to suspend'
electrical services on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, February 19th at the
following areas:

HOUR: 00:01 a.m. 6:00 S.m.
Call C from Avnida Ancon up d Calls)
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14 Oettfl.
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Call Prospero Pint, from Call 1$Om-'

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Ca.lU 14 Oeste from A van Ida A up to
Cade) C.
Call 18 Oeste from Calle B up to Call
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Publicity Causes 'Advance Fee Swindlers
To-Shiff T a dies in Puerto Rican Field

WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 (UPI) (UPI)-tast
tast (UPI)-tast July the Senate government
operations committee spotlighted
a S50,ooo,uuu-a-year racnei mm -the
process gave the U. S. public
it first real look at am "advance
ee' real estate swindler. ;
i The -puttUcity caused, the swin swindlers
dlers swindlers to? shift tactics and as a re result
sult result another form of swimdle has
flourished. It is called the ad advance
vance advance 'fee credit racket.
TJheref is some evidence accu accu-mulating
mulating accu-mulating to indicate it baa hat
jSierto flico.
. In thh form of racket, instead
of proitjSsing to sell a drug store,
a factory or hot dog stand for
a nunttr a the advance tee
Mtat racketeers do, the
new style swindler gttiy "gua "guarantees
rantees "guarantees to findi the owner of such
a business a loan. For this serv service,
ice, service, he asks an aldlvance "service
fee" which he pockets and then
disappears.
5 Part of the operation Is done
by mail. - ,'.
k Has anyoneMn. Puerto RSco be be-nm
nm be-nm victim of this type of
uindH? Postal inspectors who
work in Tnany, parts of the. Unit United
ed United ateJ 1' stamp oufe such, rack
. amnkinir officiaillv. said they
did not, know, positively. But an
educated guess wouia do yes.
j Reports indicate attempts haye
been made recently on a few is island
land island businessmen. Furthermore,
"aidivance fee" operators do not
fly to txtK away places just to
wo or three people. They ; work
i on I IMJor nwiuvuvm
itemizing many in an area;
i A good "advance fee" jar-smart
makes about $18,000 a year.
3t takes many victims to pro produce
duce produce that much loot.
The Dhone books of San Juan,
iponce. and Mayague? alone offer
the names of hundreds of middle
class businessmen, one of the
prime classes of targets or cred credit
it credit racket mail.
Behind the sudden boom in
eredit. swindling lies a simple ex
planation. Operators calculate that
it is harder for the government
to crack down on this type of ac activity
tivity activity than dn a real estate deal.
Post office inspectors believe
that the. fast buck men guessed
wrong .on this point. Using the
mailman's back to transport mis
leading credit literature still con constitutes
stitutes constitutes mail fraud, under the U'
S. codes.

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During the last 90 days, some
21 "advance fee" operators have
been-arrested on mail fraud charg charges.
es. charges. The names of 1,000 more per persons
sons persons connected with various
forms of the racket are on file
and inspectors are investigating
at least 80 cases.
One of these involves a firm
named in complaints by Puerto
Kicau ousmessmen.
The' Justice Department, aided
by state authorities and Better
Business Bureaus across the oaH
tion, are also waging a campaign
against me scheme, the Federal
Trade Commission (FTC) armed
with cease and desist orders, is
cracking down on misleading ra radio:
dio: radio: TV afldi newspaper advertis advertising
ing advertising linked to "advance fee" acti activities.
vities. activities. But federal officials admit pro
secution is difficult. In addition,
it is still unclear what new legis legislation
lation legislation is needed to backstop ex'
isting.law. For this reason, post postal
al postal inspectors insist a well inform
ed public makes the 'best, offense
and defense against this racket..
How can person protect him him-'self?
'self? him-'self? First, officials say, he
should understand that the sole
object of the "advance fee" sales salesman
man salesman ia to get the victim's name
on a legally binding contract and
pocket his money before he comes
to his senses. 4; 1
jvvviij a.ic; luuum nvc vi ju
vious? toot that nobed can "ua
rantee to sell his business, or se secure
cure secure a loan. Therefore, offering
a "money nacK guarantee" to ac
complish the job is pure nonsense.
The standard "advance fee"
contraict actually promises none
of these things despite what the
"salesman" says. The advance
fee contract agreesnonly to "ad
verjuse your property or your
problem. Few people need this
kind of "advertising." But if they
ao, tnen any newspaper is cheap cheaper.
er. cheaper. The best way of avoiding a.
brush with the racket is obvious.
Discuss money and property
problems only with officers of re reputable
putable reputable lending institutions or per persons
sons persons of proven reputation in the
community.
But if you still feel like gamb gambling,
ling, gambling, the Senate hearings contain
this.adyice;.

TBS
this gaping mouth, 25
Ireland's Moume Mountains.
the city of Jtelftst
1. Check the salesman's creden
tials, but don't put too much faith
in them. Federal officials have
never suggested that everyone
asking for payment before per performing
forming performing a service is a crook. Pre
payment and retainers are stan
dard procedures among legitimate
businessmen. But the Buyer should
always Know wnai ne s getting.
2 Check a salesman's firm
with the better Business Bureau,
unamroer ot commerce, or a, 10
cal licensing agency, if the firm
is legitimate neither the firm nor
its representative should object to
this. The National Association of
Real Estate Boards anas been bat
tling property swindles for years,
3 ttead the contract careful
ly, if possible with the help of a
lawyer. Expect to get exactly
wnat it says.
4 Do not be rushed into sign
ing anything. Legitimate proper
ty and loan transactions take
time.
Finally, if you think you have
been victimised, by a scheme in
volving use of the mails, hurry
to tne nearest postal inspector.
He will enjoy talking to you. ..
Chief inspector David H. Ste'
phens said in a recent interview
that, one of the toughest tasks
for his department Is locating the
victims. "We have to dig, them
ou," he said., After all, nobody
likes to admit he has been swin
died, ut it.might be fun to point
out, to a federal grand jury the
guy-who dW K-v
Unfortunately, rooting ;tt n
of the country's slickest rackets
is not easy. "We need manpow
er." Stephens said. By.thisy he
also means it takes a parade of
witnesses to offset the legal
weight of an "advance fee" eon eon-tract.
tract. eon-tract. Judges and juries have lit little
tle little choiioe but to rule for the swin swindler,
dler, swindler, unless there is overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming evidence that misrepresenta
tion was mvoiveu in me transac
tion.
Also, you can bet. the "advance
fee" office that cams up to $&.-
000 a month as one New York
"branch" did has high priced le
gal talent on its payroll. The pen penalty
alty penalty for mailJraud is $1,000 and-
or five years in prison under ied-
eral law on each count.
Stephens is confident me 'ad
vance fee" racket is Deing licked.
After all, tans is. Just one of o-
ver 1st) Known mau iraua
schemes used these days to part
you and your money.
Stephens said the laws are
there. Now all the government
needs is a large chunk of public
cooperation.

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DAILY LENTEN
MEDITATIONS
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education ef the
Episcopal Church 'n-the Canal'
Zene, Panama and Colombia.)
Yeur Evening Bible Readingt
EcclesiastM 1:12-11
CAN WE DO ANY
GOO
DT
H That 'which U crock can
not be mack straight.-,
The oreacher in his cyacar wis
dom has decided that theiiila in
the world are in the very nature
of things, and so they cannot at
cured. They ean only be eoourea.
He is no bririit-eyed Sir-Galahad;
all ideas and -no knowledge of the
world as it a. He knows.-! I
Thank God. the evidence la a
gainst him. The crooked can be
made straight, and very -often U
is. Never easily, perhaps: but the
real verdict of experience is that
one can. never ask God's help in
putting some wrong nuns
and put one s nana to me lasit,
without achieving some success.
No evil is m the nature of wings.
Every evil is a poisonous weed in
Geo s garden wnicn can oe puiieu
up. The crooked in your own self self-vour
vour self-vour eeotism. your morbid mania
for setting your own will above
CneTt win. can be maae siraigiu.
To despair of that ie to despair of
the grace and power of God and
to contradict all tne evidence a
round us.
Don't let "the preacher" talk
you out of an earnest and fruitful
Lent! God through His Son has
promiseo "Ask and ye shall have,
seek and ye shall find, knock and
it dhafl be opened unto you." And
that means changing things; your
life, your health, your relation
ships, your taitn. auow your Ln
ten resolutions make .you strong
by changing things w God s order.,
Quote Unquote
MIAMI Capt, Raymond Bti Bti-precht,
precht, Bti-precht, pilot of an Eastern Air Air-fines
fines Air-fines prop-jet Electa, who took
violent evasive action to avoid a
collision with a military jet;
'That was mighty big-looking
B47."
CINCINNATI John Porter
field, deputy surgeon general i
the U.S. Pubiie weaira aervree, ou
iob sickness:
"It is estimated 400,000 new
cases of diseases, which occur each
year are clearly occupational in
origin."
LOS ANGELES Vice President
Richard M. Nixon, en tne luness
of Secretary oi State John Foster
Dulles:
Tift uumt iM eemmetwary
tu Hu aAivntarr of state should
ha ve 4 becorne M peopl
to appreciate am. wrasn win pe period
riod period of history Is written it wUl
prove we have been at peace in
one of the most diffkuit periods
of all time."
OFFUTT AIR FOROB BASE,
Neb. Prince Constantdne ofR
Greece, en his tour of the United
States: A
"My eyes were opened wide by
the military fortresses i the
United States."
CHICAGO-JBr. Wttliam f flay
of Woodstock, 111.. ntl thc use of
tranquilizing pills m preparing ao ao-imofc
imofc ao-imofc for slaughter:
"It gives them a feeling of lalse
confidence."
TV NAM ID SPUTNIK
LONDON (UPI) Sputnik
ihm nam nt nitw Russian norta-
ble television set, Moscow Radio
said yesterdai The Sputnik sett
weighs 15 pounds and produatiom
during the current seven-year'
plan calls ,for the manufacture of
12,500,000 sets, the broadcast saio.
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lAOlfUDIHT PAUT .CTWCTAPCT

Nurses Aide Training For Girls
Being Organized On Pacific Side

.'Plans; arc going forward Joe the
organzauon of the 1959 sesstont
for nurses aide training for high
scuooi Druoi. the" Pacific side.
This Civil Defense training class
wilt be Sponsored this year by thej
jjaiooa uons uut -who have as
signed Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy as
meir represenuuve to this group
- At a meeting held in the office
of Philip L. Dade. Canal Zone Civ
il Defense Chief, a schedule for
this year's activities was discus.i-l
ed by the organizing committee
winch consists of. Mrs. Kennedy;
Miss Mane C. Weir, oris advisor.
Balboa High' School and Miss Bea
trice Simonij, chief nurse, Gorgas
nospitai.
Besides representing the lions,
Mrs. Kennedy, who is -an Ameri American
can American -Red Cross instructor and Civ
il Defense coordinator for worn
ens acaviues will teacb the re-
oired course in first aid plus sev-1
cm nuiwwu tUKSWI TOICU Will
be of special .assistance to their
subsequent hospital training.
Registration will be conducttd un.
der the direction of Miss Weir as
sisted by Mrs, Kennedy. They will
ouuroe me training schedule and
assist the girJs in acquiring their
uniform' which, Mrs. .Kennedy stat stated,
ed, stated, will be supplied" this year by
we sponsoring organization.
The lecture sesslotf will begin
after me Easter vacation and is
planned to end on ar about May
15. The lectures will' be civen bv
a group of nurses under Miss Sim Sim-onis'
onis' Sim-onis' direction in a locale to be
announced later. The Standard
First Aid dass will start on June

lst and will consist of five 2a:S;tS
sessions. This will be followed hd mky0U.f?lyi.V iStuotion.

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standards will have to be estab established
lished established by the organizing commit
tee so that only the best qualified
girls will attend. For this reason.
only those who have an intere4
in thM work, and who intend tol
participate seriously in all three
phases of the 1959 program, should
apply.
' Applications will be available
from Miss' Weir by tomorrow and
ace returnable by Feb. 24.
The date of the first meeting of
the successful -applicants will be
announced soon thereafter.
CAR DRIVES DRUNKENLY
SANTA .MONICA, Calif. (UPI)
Garth D. Shannon, arrested for
drunken driving when police saw
his 1903 Olds-mobile weaving er
ratically, blamed it all on the
car.
"It's' the way she drives sort
of jerking and swerving," Shan Shannon
non Shannon explained of the ancient tiller tiller-steered
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NEW ORLEANS a (UPI) -Crip-
and Josephine, key figures in the
whooping crane's fight against ex extinction,
tinction, extinction, have done it again.
Officials at Audubon Park Zoo
reported -today that Josephine
has laid another egg, which pip
is wooing carefully, and that she
is expected to produce another to today.
day. today. The two whoopers already have
reared five offspring during their
stay in the zoo. And since only
about 30 of the big birds are
known to remain in existence,
naturalists are rooting fon them
to come through again.
George Douglass, director of the
zoo, said since Josephine laid the
new egg .rjp uas oeen sritiing on k
eoout w per cent of tne time,
leaving only tor food and water,
To date, Crip and Josephine
have been left to their own in
stincts in the rearing of young
although officials have 'kept a 24-
hour watcn on their activities dur
ing the nesting season. But this
time something new will be tried,
Douglass said if the second egg
appears on schedule, the clutch
will be removed from the birds'
pen and placed under artificial in
cubation. He believes, he says,
that the cranes' success of only
three live .offspring in seven years
of egg-laying can be improved
upon.
Successful incubation of sand
hill crane eggs last year indicated
the same could be done with
whooper eggs, provided they are
fertile. Douglass said.
In addition to Grip, Josephine
and their youngsters, one female
whooper is in the zoo at San
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WEDNESDAY, PTEItCAKT II, 1951

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FAREWIU DINNER eARTY HONORS
MR. AND MRS. RUBEN BOIIRO
. The Ambassador from Uruguay in Panama F.lix Poller! and Mrs.
Vefleri entertained .t .. farewell '""'En IXo' who
Secretary of tho Argentine Embassy and Mr. Rubn Bolero, wno
will kavt he Isthmus tor a trip.soon.

CeveUs Visit
On Isthmus Taday
- Maj. Gen. and Mrs. W. E. R.
Covell are vjsuing on the Isthm Isthm-as
as Isthm-as today, traveling here aboard
tbfTD'nteldyk.'
While here, they are renewing
Old friendship, and visiung offi officials
cials officials of Destiladora Nacional, S.
A. of which the general is presi
dent.
Kobbe Officers Wives
Lunch on Thursday
The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives
Club will have its first luncheon
business meeting of the year
Tnursday at 12:30 at the Kobb
Ollicers' club.
Mrs. George B. Raser of Quarry
Heigiiis will display souvenirs col collected
lected collected during a "real cool' Navy
assignment in a distant land, and
will present an informal d scus scus-rion
rion scus-rion on the display.
Birth Of Twin
It Announced
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. L. Grap Grap-perhaur
perhaur Grap-perhaur announce the birth of
twins daughters February 13 in
Amsterdam, Holland. The babies
will be named Eleonora Maria
and Judtih Maria.
Mr. Grapperhaus is associated
with Norton, Lilly and Company
In Cristobal.

Cristobal Woman's Club
Plans Flower Class
The Cristobal Woman's Club has
class in making artificial flower
of wood fiber materials. Tive
cl.sses will be offered, with dif different
ferent different arrangements or bouquets
furnished to each class.
Fees w ll include the materials
tor the arrangements.
sinr classes will be limited, in

terested persons are urged to re re-eister
eister re-eister with Mrs. T. R. Senarin-

gen, Instructor, or the chairman

Mrs. A. Metzgar, 5-40U or s-4.

Gala Party Fetes
Tommy Jackson

Fifty "pre-teeners helped ceie ceie-hrat
hrat ceie-hrat the twelfth birthday of

Thomas Jackson, .son of Maj. and

Mrs. Clifford Jackson of rort R.0D R.0D-be,
be, R.0D-be, at a dance held recently at
the Fort Clayton Officers' Club.
Assisting as chaperones were
Capt. and Mrs. Fred Smith and
Capt. and Mrs. W;lliam Radtke of
Fort Clayton, and as junior hos hostess,
tess, hostess, Donna Grady, daughter of
Capt. and Mrs. William Grady
of Fort Kobbe.
The music for dancing was pro provided
vided provided by the Blue Spots,' a teen teenage
age teenage bop combo organized by
Jackie DeVore, Paul Morgan,
Jimmie Wilson, Gene Litifors and
Gary Hudson, who was substitut substituting
ing substituting for Ronnie Pearl, who was ill.

NOTICE:
It hereby .given that Mr. Manuel Aristides Carras Carras-quilla't
quilla't Carras-quilla't employment by this firm was terminated
on February 12, 1959. Mr. Manuel Aristides Car Car-rasquilla,
rasquilla, Car-rasquilla, therefore, has no authority to act for our
firm, and we will not be held in anyway responsi responsible
ble responsible for his acts; as of the aforementioned date.
Hacienda La Istmefia Hacienda Toledano.

NOTICE

In conformity with Article 13 of the Articles of Incor-porAtioninty-dci8ion
of the Board of Directors,
shareholders-6f thMSompany'are hereby informed that
the Shareholders Meeting of the PANAMA BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, INC. (Banco Fiduciario de Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, S. A.) will be held at the company's offices,
Np. 12-30 "I" Street, Panama City, at 3:00 p.m. on
-Friday, March 6th, 1959 in order to copsider the
fallowing:

Report of the Board of Directors.
Presentation of General Statement and Profit
and Loss Accounts at close of business,
December 31st, 1958.
Election of Directors for the period of 1959.
Matters proposed by the Directors or
Shareholders.
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY INC.
The Secretary.
Panama, February 18th, 1959.

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Guests included Mary Lee Gro-

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Bohdan, Paula Marvello, Judy Nel
son, Jerry Banks, Kevin McCar

thy, Frank Spiegelberg, Susan

Tuckerman, Barbara Hicks, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Roberts, Victor Swan, Ma

rion Wood, Rena Brannon, Ben Benny
ny Benny Passons.
Jon Huinker, Virginia Eder,
Frances Lucas, Michael Beer,

Tommy Dorsey, Nancy Danforth,

Ralph Hill, Rex Chase, Bobby
Burkett, Joe Williams, Chuck Ber Berry,
ry, Berry, Carole Egan, Jane King,
Keith Martello, Peggy Morgan,
Terryce Mattice, Donna Grady,
Chris Wells, Larry Milam, 'Boots
Qosper, Sandra Wh ttle, Helen
Spence.
Roy Pafenberg, Patty Basham,
George Linford, Martha Spinney,
Sandra Spinney, Barbara Lena Lena-mer,
mer, Lena-mer, Kevin Kade. Noel Kade, Roy
Duncan. Danny Boyle, ELaine
Price, Klaine Cobb and Maxine
Compton.

Newcomer Club
Has Board Mooting
The monthly board meeting of
the Atlantic Side Newcomer;

Club was held last week at the

home of Mrs. C. E. Williams at
Fort Gulick.
Mrs. John Dotson was wel welcomed
comed welcomed as a new member, and
proposed changed in the constitu constitu-t'on
t'on constitu-t'on were discussed and recom recommendations
mendations recommendations made to the commit committee
tee committee head.
Mrs. J. Roane and Mrs. J. Bo Boniface
niface Boniface will be hostesses for the Fe February
bruary February meeting at 1:30 p.m. Fe February
bruary February 26 at Policeman's Park.
This will be a closed meeting.
Attending the board meeting
were Mrs. W. Re1nheimers Mrs.
M. Nolte, Mrs. W; H. Vantine,
Mrs. E. J. Berger, Mrs. Roane,
Mrs. R. Lindquist and Mrs. C.
E. Will'ams.

First Meeting
Of SPCA Tomorrow
The first open meeting of the
newly-organized Canal Zone .So .Society
ciety .Society for the Prevention of Cruel Cruelty
ty Cruelty to. Animate will be held in the
library of the Jewish Welfare
Board tomorrow evening at 7:30.
This meeting is open to all mem

bers and others washing to join.

The purpose of the meeting Is to
eet acquainted, discuss ideas and
line up committes to carry out

the Society s program.

The public is invited to attend.

Refreshments will be served after

the meeting.

Conversation Club

The Canal Zone Spaanish Con-

verstlon;1Clb VJ.1 Tiold its regu

lar bi-weekly meeting at 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, February 25, at the
Quarry Heights Officers' Club.

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BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

Curundu V..F.W.

Pltni Stoak Fry

Members of V.F.W. Post 382 at

Curundu will snonsor a steak fry

and dance Sunday.

Food will be served drom 2 to 5

p.m., with dancing starting at 6.

GOSSIP IN GOTHAM

Tin.ti.jui unffa. widow of com

edian Fred Allen, will be mar-
-A In. Pina nn thfl 16Ul. He S

l Ifju www -'
the former bandleader, now and

ad agency executive ... an
nuinnao im tnvinff with the idea

of- returning to the British stage,

and it may oe as siar w me uou uou-doti
doti uou-doti company of Broadway's new
comedy, "Tall Story." He loves
thf script ...The John Agar the
was-Shirley Templels first hus husband)
band) husband) will adopt another baby.
The Pentagon is winning its
K.ttu with tho State Department

over military policy. The -cults
r. unt tn mk hiff headlines in

the near future.. .Comedienne Pat

Carroll Jijured her loot in a pouse pouse-hnld
hnld pouse-hnld accident the other day but

hasn't missed a performance ot

the On The Town revival. ne
wear bedroom slippers onstage in
11 Knt Kar rfanrino numbers

Good news for jazz buffs. James
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Jones nas Decome so iascinatca

by his research on the great gui gui-t.ri.t
t.ri.t gui-t.ri.t nianon Rpinharrit. he's con

sidering a whole series of pieces
about hipster immortals... Friends
fear Veronica Lake and her song song-writing
writing song-writing husband, Joe McCarthy
have fyd It. (

Grace Albertson is back In the

cast of "Sunrise At Campobello"

after a night to tne west toast to
make pilot film for a new NBC-

TV series. ..Industrial shows are
having such a hard time finding

competent actors and actresses to
go out of town with their extrava

ganzas they've raised their offers
to ai high as $350 and $400 a

week.. The new look at Havana

night clubs: Castro soldiers sit it

the ringside tables with machine

guns at hand and grenades dang dangling
ling dangling from their uniforms.

Roberto RossellkuV datea with

Gabby Trolkowsky, a 14-year old

ballerina, are causing scandalized

chatter even in France...For the

Please, Don'tl department: Hair)

Belafonte grew a mustache In Hai

ti and will make some film tests

with it. He's considering keeping

it for his next picture. ..One of the
theatre's most famous dramatic

coaches is the dismay of her
friends. She's become involved

with a gigolo.

Jack Warner Is so excited about
the hit "Auntie Maine" is making

(they except it to gross over $10,

000,000) he'd like to persuade Ro Rosalind
salind Rosalind Russell to do the sequel
"Around The World With Auntie
Mame" as her first Job after she
finishes her six-month vacation ...
Larry Ellis, the vocalist with Sam Sammy
my Sammy Kaye's band, is wooing one of
the Rockettes, Rina Jorgerison.
Erotic Juliette Greco stirred up
considerable resentment among th
Britishers by appearing before

Queen Elizabeth with a coiffure
that suggested she'd just made
her way through a tornado. When
word of the local indignation
reached La Greco, she declared
grandly, if inaccurately "I al always
ways always wear my hair this way. As
a matter of fact I spent two hours
at a hairdresser's that afternoon."

(Moviegoers "who've seeri her on

the screen and. New Yorkers who

recall her appearances at Gotham

parties know she certainly has

featured other wig stylet.)
Dorothy Olsen, the "i
school teacher" who won $25,000
on "Name That Tune," may hit
the stage in the next version of
"New Faces." Leonard SiUman is
so enthusiastic about her charm
he's trying to write her into the
scrip.. Dean Murphy'i admirers
are gravely concerned over his
collapse in Miami. He was rushed
to the hospital almost on the eve
of his debut in "Say, Darling" at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
The. Rirdland set is buzzing, and
with good reason, about 'a new
jazz singer who bills herself, as
Jewel Brynner and' truly-! has
shaved off all her hair to com complete
plete complete the far-out picture. ..Claudine
Oger, Miss France of 1958, wtll
become Mme. Pierre Huit within
a few days... A much publicized
glamor deb's dad is closing all
her charge accounts in restaur restaurants
ants restaurants and department stores be because
cause because she's taken to supporting
half a dozen interesting but indi indigent
gent indigent young x actors.
The advertisements for "Al Ca-

pone" will carry an unusual en

dorsement by Sen. John McCIcl McCIcl-lan,
lan, McCIcl-lan, who Viewed the movie with
other members of the Senate Rack
ets Investigation Committee. As
irony and real-life continuity
would have it, the day after the
committee saw the picture, they
questioned several members of
the old Capone mob.

rne producers of the projected
Broadway version of "'Ah. Wilder

ness!" are considering Patricia

Morison for one of the leading
roles.A little place called The
Toast (at 58th and 1st Ave.) is one
of the most crowded places in
town these nights between 10 p.m.

ami 2 a.m. A jazz pianist named
Crystal Joy is the attraction.
Oil Firm Holds
Sales Meeting
At El Panama
Oil company executives H. Zeh Zeh-ner.
ner. Zeh-ner. district manager; E". Vidal,
assistant manager, sale and I.

Castro, assistant manager, opera operationarrived
tionarrived operationarrived yesterday Costa

Rica to atttnd a district sales

meeting of Guld Petroleum, S.A.
Meetings arc to be held today
and tomorrow in the Washington
Room of El Panama-Hilton Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. The mtfetincs will he nroiiri.

ed by A.N. Gooch, Jr., vice pres

ident oi ttuit retroieum.

Tiger, Tiger,
Burning Bright

Hi! to al jou AmiBoit Time

has once again arrived for the

latest from the halls of CHS. Our

play, "Inside Lester" is finally 0 0-ver.
ver. 0-ver. It was really a big luccest.
flie -hininr hih Kit sneak

preview on Feb. 4 and pv every

ame one cc uve cast memuers

walks down the "hall he heart m-

tlt voices calling his stage name

wrm a cneery "heuo'vuekea on.
The night performance was held
on Feb. ,5 and it appears, from
all reports, that it made a hit

with the adults also. It seems that
the cast his taken to heart the

saying, Act wed your part,' there
11 th lunuv VlAM

jiviAJt WW

C.H.S. was very fortunate on

Feb. 6. One of her alimni, Isaac
"Petty" Peltinovich, was in the

area ana the music department
held an "assembly in his honor.
"Petty" ii the possessor of a won won-derful
derful won-derful baritone voice. He hat so-

teed with tne Purdue Glee Club
and travels! all over the United

States. "Petty plans to g0 to

new i or ami gc wto tne tnea tnea-tre.
tre. tnea-tre. He sang five numbers for us,
all of which were truly thrilling.
The glee dub under the direction

of Mr. O. E. Jorstad sand also

with Bill Hayes doing the solo
work in the glee club number.
The band played Vnd a good tiaie

was naa Dy an.
One again,' three cheers for

Tigers! By defeafng the Bells

by a score of 12-3 the Tigers
became champions of the first

half of the Twilight League base baseball
ball baseball season. Coach Ingram has
done a wonderful job with our

boys and we re really proud of
each and every one of them.

Good luck to you for the second
half fellows. We're all pulling for
you.

One of the most active clubs in
CHS it the "21 ClubJ' This club it
sponsored by Mr. Stearmt and it
composed of 21 Txwi. Each one

of the boys represents one of the
Latin American republics. The

purpose oi toe ctiub is to create
better understanding of the 21
Latin American republics. The of officers
ficers officers are: president, Keith Ku Ku-lig;
lig; Ku-lig; vice president. Jim With and

secretary, Maurice Belanger. This
year the "21 Club" chose Molly
Engelke as tlielr Carnival queen.

fcaclh boy must write and Msav

on the country he drawt to repre

sent ior me year, me Cristobal Cristobal-Colon
Colon Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club eives three a.

wards each year for the top three

essays.
The time to close is her in

with this vital bit of information,
a diangaroo cannot jump if its tail

is miea on tne ground. Bye NOW

Requiem Mass
A requiem high mass will be
sung at the St. Vincent dt Paul's
Church for th e rfpese of the
ioold of the late Rose Paul, Sat
urday morning at e'eleck.

Cristobal Student
Graduates Frem University
Herbert H. Lewis Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sr. of Bra Bra-tos
tos Bra-tos Heights, Cristobal, received a

bachelor of science degree in me mechanical
chanical mechanical engineering from the
University of Miami at commence
ment exercises this month.
A graduate of Cristobal High
School, Lewis is s member of Pi
Kappa Alnha social fraternitv and
the Society of Automotive Engineers.

SHELL QUEMOYS AGAIN
TAIPEI (UPI) Communist
Chinese artillery fired 30 shells at
the Nationalistiield Quemoy Is Islands
lands Islands up to noon yesterday, the
Nationalist Defense Ministry said.

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WASINGTON. Feb. It (UPIW-

Federal Judge Richmond B. Keech

ruled yesterday uvat witnesses be before
fore before congressional committees
can't be charged with perjury for

givng suspected false answers to
irrelevant luestlone.
Keech made the ruling in di di-rec
rec di-rec ing a district court jury to ac
quit James G. Cross, president of
'he Bakery and Confectionery
Workers Un on, of a charge that
he lied to the Senate Rackets Com
m'ttee.
The ruling came before the jury
had heard any testimony in the
trial.
Keech said the question that
produced the .perjury indictment
against Cross had nothing to do
w:th the coTvmi ftee't Usk of draft drafting
ing drafting labor legislation. He Indirectly
accu'?;d the committee of acting
as a "prosecuting attorney" in the
mater.
He said it made no difference

whether Cross gave a true or falds
answer to the quest on because the
question was irrelevant to the com

mittee's task.

Cross denied to the oomnut'ee

in July, 1957, that he was present

in a San Francisco hotel room

when deleaves to his union's 1956

convention allegedly engaged in a

frst fight.

Command of the women Ma-!

rinea will pass on March 1 to a
red-haired, hatel-eyed officer who
ays the lady Leatherneck' value

hat been proved "beyond (met-

tioa' 'in their 16-year history.

it i-t. coi. Margaret M.

Henderson, who will succeed Col.
Julia E. Hamblet aa director of

the Women Marines. She will get

me eagtes ot a lull coioneu
Miss Henderson aa. Sh

joined the Marines in 1943 at the

age of 32 afiet teaching school m

Lubbock, Tex., for 11 years.

ane says snt leit lojnine tne

Marines was the patriotic thing to

do. Miss Henderson said she could
think of no beb er way to render
service than to join the newly or organized
ganized organized Women Marines and

um hat not changed that .con

vection,"

Col. Henderson says with pride

that the Marines have 2,343 occu

pational specialties and that worn

an Marines are capable of filling

143 of these, ranging from ateno-

grapnic worn o jot engine main maintenance.
tenance. maintenance. 4vs f
When the .Women Marines' new

boss hat a chance, her chief hob

by it cooking from new recipes.
The 5 foot 9V4 inch colonel was
born in Cameron, Tex., graduated
from high school at Kennedy,

Tex., in 1928 and from the Una
vers (y of Texas in 1932.

She was commissioned in the
Marine Reserves in June? 1943

after training at Mt. Holyoke.

Mass. In World War II, she in instructed
structed instructed woman Marines at Camp
LeJeunc, N.C., and served aa of

ficer in charge of the Business
School, Mar'ne Corps Institute,

Washington.
She went back to school teach teaching
ing teaching after (he war for two and one

half years tod then rejoined Hit.

Marines.

She served at P arris Island.

S.C.. Quantico, Va., Camp Peddle.

ton, Calif., and, when tipped for
the top job, wat serving at head
of the women's section in the Ma

nne Corps Personnel Division in

Washington.
Miss Henderson's parents tre

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Henderson

of 2420 20'h St., Lubbock.

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Plans To Build

A-Povered Tanker
Pigeonholed By Ike

WASHINGTON, Feb. lfUP!)
A Commflrce Deoartmeht offi

cial said Visterdav tne aamims-

tratiim has Dieeonholed plans to

build" a 30-million dollar a'omic
powered tanker to hete keep Pre
sldent Eeenhower't budget ha
lanced.

John J. Allen Jr., undersecre
tary of commerce for transporta

tifl,n. tod um. House Mercnam ran

nine Committee that r e t e a r e h

work on 'he revolutionary vessel
would continue in hopes of build

ing a more advanced moaei i"ter.
two Democratic committee
members crif c'ied the adminis administration's
tration's administration's decision. Reps. Herbert
Zelenko (N. X) and George P.
Mll!er (Calif.) said they thought

ihe projec' should proceed to keep

abreast oft n Russians.
Allen aereed that construction

and operation of nuclear vestlet
was necessary test rsearch de de-velooments
velooments de-velooments and demonstrate the

value of l.omic sower.

But he oo'nted tnthe Pret dent's

statement that all 'new spending

programs should be viewed wit a

crt lcai eye. -. v'-. r
He testified the Commerce De
payment felt It would not be con
aistent with the President'! budg

et to tsk Congress for tu'hor'ty
t9 build the vessel, "desirable at

it mignt o'"v.

Boys 5, Girls 4
Nine babiet, five boys- and four
girls, were born at the Coco Solo
Hospital' during the week ending
last Wednesday, according to the
hospital report. Five of the babiet
were born on the same day. Dur During
ing During this same period 75 patients
were admitted and 6T were dis discharged.
charged. discharged.
Parents of the three girls who
have the t ne birthday Feb, 6, Sre
Mr. and' Mi Cecil Payne, of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City; if! Mr. and Mrs. Sa Samuel
muel Samuel Francis and Mr. and Mrs.

Alphonse Gooding, of Colon. The

i boys were born to Mr. and Mrs.

Leroy Gittens, and, Mr. and Mrs

Wilbert Skeeret. of Colon.

The other three bovs were born

to Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Grant, of

Colon; Sgt. and Mrs. Lowell Vines,

of France Field; and Mr. and Mrs.

Augusto Brown, of colon, xne
parents ef the other girl are Mr.

ana Mrs. Antouno Han, of Miami.

Newfoundland City

Isolated In Wake
Of Savage Storm

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld., Feb. 18 -(UPI)-
This North Atlantic port
city of 80.000 was Isolated from
the Canadian mainland today in
the wake of a savage blizzard that
touched off a series of avalanches,

killing at leai tm persons and

destroying a group of homes.

Snow crew numbed by subfreez

ing temperatures battled 30 goot

drifts ana utility workert t rove

to restore powet knocked out by

the t orm wmcn lathed the east eastern
ern eastern part of Newfoundland Moil

day. x'

At letst 50 persons were made

nomeiess oy snow laoen ava1
lanches which rlnned throulm I

group ef houses. Five were killed
when a powerful wind gust ripped
one house from l'l fnunation. tOt-

nl'ni it down a slope. Secret of

others were injured by flying rocks
and boulders. i

Telenhnne pitmmnnlritlnfl to the

minland wat cut off for hourt af after
ter after w'nds up to 135 miles an hour

tore down power lines. Servxs wis

partially restored traay.

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whether the game it duplicate or

rubber bridge.

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at your five ,club contract. Dr.
George Rosenkranz. of Mexico
City did by means of a dummy
reversal followed by a squeeze.

East won the opening diamond

lead with the queen and could

have spoiled the doctor's play if
he had shifted to a trump,' but

LEtst played a second diamond

and no one can realty blame him.

George ruffed, led a club to

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last diamond. George, who had

completed the dummy reversal
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spades go.

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with the tee and another heart
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dummy's last trump and East

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enginet powering huge. B-52 jet bombr over Carswell Air Force Base, N.M...;The jeti also
$ "digested" "Urge pieces of metal torn from th e bomber during the storm. They still managed
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Activities For :n fag
Half Of Year

Club Altamira,, annousced this
week nlans tor its scholarsh ip fund

raising activities, for tht jirst half

of me year.
'Timed for shortly after the East
er holidays, the kick-off event will
be early in Apr'l with tbe annual
"Know More About the Interior",

outing. The site of the picnic is
being selected by the tour commit committee.
tee. committee. A concert is also to be presented
at one of the local theaters in Pa Panama
nama Panama City during May.
The annual Father's Day pro program
gram program scheduled for the third Sun Sunday
day Sunday in June, will be held for the

first time on the Atlantic side and

will coincide with the runn ng of
'a opecial train an a stellar boxing

program.
' Recentlv. Altamira awarded two

one-year shcoLarshlps to Dora Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez and Nora Contreras at the
St. Vincent de Paul's high school

n Colon, and economic assist assistance
ance assistance to GranvMle Gordon, who left

recently for the Manhattan School
of Printing. Last week specimens
of his work at the school was sent

to the club.

The club's softball team.' man

aged by Edmund Joseph, is work

ing out frequently in order to be
in shape to accept challenges from

othe clubs at mutually agreable

.times anq places.

Negro Porter Kills

Receptionists Who
Laughed At His Art

: IfEW.YORK, Feb. 1 (UPI)

A mgro porter woo tuita iwo
pretty receptionists in an office
shooting spreed following his dis

missal may eave held a grudge

because the girls had laughed at
. i i i iT J J

nil surreaiist apmuoKS, puuee aiu
today. ,,

, The porter, foneU Johnson, 27,
of the Bronx sipent $53 of his $63.50

severance pay yesterday to but a

hunting rifle and shells. Then h

returned to the oiflce ot jawvin

Fabrics Co. nd started snooting.
He killed Lorraine Rosenberg,
21, of the Bronx, and Elaine Fal Fal-lik,
lik, Fal-lik, 18, of Brooklyn, before he was
subdued by three middle aged
brothers who own the firm,
jajmimed, I'd have killed them all,"
Johnson told police. "I'd have kil
and killed and kidled. The girls
laughed at my paintings."
Johnson became 'infuriated when
one of the borthens, Harold Dis
ttef, 50, fired him "for unsatis unsatisfactory
factory unsatisfactory service" after five years
of 'employment by the firm. He
told Dustier "I'll get you yet" as
he left the office.
Police said Johnson apprently
was more interested In art than
in his job. Ht wore a red shirt,

black beret, ana carnea origin-

ly painted came and often boasted

that some oay nis name "woiua
be in headlines as an artist."
He recently busmiitted a paint painting
ing painting to" the National Academy of
Design for exhibition, but it was
rejected.
Atom-Age Religion
Is Lecture Topic

At T Tomorrow

"Religion in the Atomic Age"
will be the subject of a lecture by
Dr. Walker M. Alderton, at the
Balboa Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m.
Alderton will trace the history
of the conflict between science and
religion and will talk about the
new form the differences are now
taking. He will discuss the ques question
tion question as to whether this is a conti continuation
nuation continuation of an old problem or whe whether
ther whether the present situation has a
new aspect.
Alderton Is Professor Emeritus
of the Federated Theological Fa Faculty
culty Faculty of the University of Chicago.

His professional and gradua.fi

training was at the University of
Chicago, Union Theological Semi Seminary
nary Seminary and Teachers College of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University.
The public is invited to attend
this free lecture.

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' IDEA FAYS OFF Walterio Lobban, lead foreman telephone installer employed by the U.S.
Army Caribbean Signal. Section, was presented with $60 and a Department of the Army Suggestion Cer Certificate
tificate Certificate by Lt. Col. Richard W. Dowell, signal officer for his beneficial idea concerning inside plant
operation at the post signal division, Corozal. Shown with Lobban and Dowell, from left, are Capt. John
W. Morgan, post signal officer, and Richard J. Kun kel, chief of the inside plant branch. Lobban makes
his home at 24 Fourth Street, San Francisco. U.S. Army Photo)

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COL. RALPH A. JONES JR., third from left.

congratulates two members of his command for jobs

1st Lt. John W. King, both of Headquarters Compa
right. Padavon received a certificate of course co
of the pre-commission extension course. King recei
ing service during the period of April 22, 1957 to
the communications department of the U.S. Army
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commander of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry

well done. They are Sgt. Dean Padavon, left, and

ny. which is commanded by Capt. John G. Oliver,

mpletion and a superior rating for his completion

ved a Certificate of Achievement for his outstand

March 20, 195?, while serving as an instructor in
Infantry School at Fort Benning, Ga. (U.S. Army

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RUSSELLVILE, in (UPI)
Pile-driving Wabash River tlood-
water i smashed inrougn levees a
hath Illinois and Indiana yester-;
day and sent hundreds ot larm
folic racing for safety.
The worst breaK waii on the Il
linois side, three miles sou.n ufi
ihe harnett 01 Husseuviiie. Tne!
Wabash cracned througn witn-i
out warning and tore open a I
200-foot-wiae gap in a lew noars. ;
An estimated 600 persons lied
the lona ot cascading uooowaer,
by rowboat, army duck, truck,
car or foot.
U.S. Highway 50, expected to go
underwater by nightfall, was
clogged with traluc. farmers
pusned along the highway in grain
wagons, tractors and trucks,
trvino n a pi their families and
betore the escape route was cut
oif.
'itoe tiny village of Wes.port,
111., was evacuated down to me
last man. The 50 residents, most
oi tnem sare keepers, scurried
throughout the day trying to save
fruit stands and evem bars.
On the other side of the river,
the Wabash unleashed a new as assault
sault assault on Indiana. Just a few hours
af ter National Guardsmen had left
a dike east of Oaktown, Ind.,
confident that it would hold, ihe
Wabash came surging through.
Thousands of farm acres went
under water.
The Wabash had already left a
winding trail of destruction dur during
ing during the past six days across north northern
ern northern Indiana on i s worst rampage
in 46 years. It killed three persons
made 2,000 families homeless, and
caused damage estimated at 45
million dollars.
But dog-tired levee crews were
Arriving Today
George Weltner (above) Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President of Paramount Pic Pictures,
tures, Pictures, Inc., in charge of world
sales, will arrive in Panama this
morning. Mr. Wejtner who is
v'sitins; the principal offices of
Paramount in South America, is
accompanied by Mrs. Weltner
r::'"i Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Gor-
Mr. Gordon is Paramount's
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convinced they had the flood lick licked
ed licked at almost he moment it made
us new onslaught.
Illinos residents had been so
confident of their dikes that no
sandbags had been thrown onto
the levees near Russellville. Offi Officials
cials Officials relied on dike work which
had been done during a flood last
spring.
The water, came through with without
out without warning and surged over 25 to
30 square miles of farmland. A
few hours ia er, the river gouged
out a new hole between the major
break and Russellville, a town of
200 located mo-t'y on high ground.

Army Gen. Marshall
Has Second Stroke
Al Vomack Hospital
Ft. Bragg, N.C., Feb. 18UPi)
Army doctors reported today that
ailing Gen. George C. Marsnall
suffered another stroke, more se severe
vere severe than the mild, one of Jan. 15.
Col. G. M. Powell, chief of me medicine
dicine medicine at the Army's Womack Ge General
neral General Hbspital here, said yester yesterday
day yesterday that Marshall was "modera "moderately
tely "moderately weaker".
The 78-year-old retired soldie--statesman
was rushed to the hos hospital
pital hospital here Jan. 15 after he suf suffered
fered suffered the mild stroke at his winter
home at Pinehurst, N.C.
Powell said at the time that
there was no eveidence of para paralysis
lysis paralysis and that Marshall's chances
of recovery "aire good unless he
suffers another stroke."
Solon Would Limit
Seats To States
With Voting Bars
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Pat McNamara said today he
would introduce legislation to cut
the number of House seats allow
ed any state which deprives ci citizens
tizens citizens of voting rights.
The Michigan Democrat also
said he would propose a constitu
tional amendment to establish
maximum national standards for
voting in federal election.
McNamatra proposed ah 18 18-member
member 18-member committeee on congres congressional
sional congressional representation. It would
meet after each biennial House
election to determine whether any
state had deprived citizens of vot voting
ing voting rights and decide how much
any such state's House delegation
should be trimmed.
McNamara said the Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution provides for reduction in a
state's rep-esentation but that
Congress has never spelled out by
law how it could be done.
SHIPPING SHORTAGE
JAKARTA (UPI) A shipping
shortage has caused serious back backlogs
logs backlogs of copra and cattle exports
from the Flores Islands and In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian Timor, according to a
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Halleck Sees No Hope For Tax Cut
If Democrat's Spending Prevails

WASHINGTON (UPI) House
GOP Leader Charles A. Halleck
said yesterday after a meeting
w i h President Eisenhower that he
sees no hope for. a tax cut in the
near future if Democratic spend spending
ing spending proposals prevail
The Indiana Republican said that
if Congress approves Democratic
plans to spend more than Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has requested, the fiscal
i960 budgt m ght be thrown ou?
of balance by "billions of dollars."'
Halleck talked with newsmen
after the regular weekly mee'ing
of GOP congressional leaders with
the President. He said more and
more Americans are becoming
concerned over Democra ic spend
ing plans.
In the Senate, meanwhle, Sen.
Prescott Bush (R-Conn.), backing
up Eisenhower';- plei for govern
ment economy, warned that den
cit spending contrbutes to infla
tion, which he called "the silent
weapon of Communism."
"I beg the Democratic leaders
to rally their troops on the eco
nomic and fiscal battlefield, lest
we lose our freedom," Bush said
FBI Adds Car Thief,
SusQecfed Murderer
To Top Ten List
WASHINGTON, -(UPI) -John
Thomas Freeman, a suspected
holdup artist and car thief who
also is wanted for questioning in
the brutal murder of his partner
in crime, was added yesterday to
the FBI s list of 10 most wanted
criminals.
The FBI described the 40-year-old
fugitive as "a fast moving,
far-ranging felon who apparently
considers a gun part of being
well-dressed." It said is con considered
sidered considered "armed and extremely
dangerous."
Freeman, a native of Oklahoma
City, Okla., is wanted on charges
of transporting a stolen sports car
Kans., and of unlawfully fleeing
the state of Missouri to avoia pro prosecution
secution prosecution for robbery of a Joplin
drug store;
Ironically, the fugitive once
worked as a "dog boy" attending
prison farm bloodhounds, the FBI
said.
He has a criminal record dating
back to 1936, including convictions
for burglary, carrying a conceal
ed weapon, keeping a bawdy
house, pandering, vagrancy,
drunkenness, ''disorderly conduct,
attempted forgery and wssault
with intent to kill.
Freeman and Glen Roy May
nard. armed with sawed-off shot
guns, irobbed the Joplin drugstore
of $456 in cash and a quantity of
narcotics last Sept. 7, according
to the FBI.
On Sept. 15, Maynard's body
was found in a wooded area near
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. He had been
strangled, his throat had been cut
and he had been shot once through
the head.

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r AN AMI AMEBICAX AM DCDEPENDENT DART VtWlFAlTtll

He told the Senate the United
States would be "a sitting-duck to
the men in the Kremlin". if its
economy crumbled.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson reported that Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has asked in his new
budget for money increases of up
to 80 per cent for a number of
government agencies. Among them
said Johnson, is he Budget Bur Bureau,
eau, Bureau, which has ordered manpow manpower
er manpower cuts in other government units.
Johnson also announced the for foreign
eign foreign relations comm ittee will take
a close look at the President's re request
quest request for $4,550,000,000 in supple supplemental
mental supplemental authority for the Interna
t'onal Monetary Fund and World
Bank.
Senate GOP Leader Everett M.
Dirksen (111.) told Johnson that
many of the agency fund in increases
creases increases he mentioned represent
"nothing but pay increases" vof vof-ed
ed vof-ed by Congress.
In the, House, Speaker Sam Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn threw his we ght against an
economy bloc proposal to s'op
Congress from funneling funds out
of the Treasury's "back door."
A resolution by Chairman How Howard
ard Howard W. Smith (D-Va.) of the rules
committee would change House
ruls to prohibit enacting pro
grams that autnorize spending
without putting up cah. Under
his plan, funds could not be com
mitted until and unless casn is ap appropriated
propriated appropriated in a subsequent money
bill.
Godfrey To Sub
For Ed Murrow
During His Leave
NEW YORK (UPI) The Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Broadcas'ina System announc
ed yesterday that Arthur Godfrey
will replace Edward R. Murrow
next season as host of the "Per-son-to-Person"
television interview
show.
Murrow. 50. announced Monday
he would take a year's leave of
absence July 1 to travel, lsten
and learn wi'hout the pressure oi
deadlines.
Louis G. Cowan, president of
the CBS TV network said rad'o
and TV veteran Godfrey would
conduct the weekly "Person to
Person" interviews during the
1959-60 season.
Managers1 Parley
To Be Held Here
A Westrex Latin America man manager's
ager's manager's conference will be held ir.
the Panama Salon of El Panama
Hotel Feb. 20 and 21.
Representatives of 21 Latin
American countries will attend.
Westrex Caribbean will be host
for the conference.
Meetings will be presided over
by Gen. W. P. Carderman, vice vice-president
president vice-president of Litton Industries; R.
E. Warn, vice president and gene general
ral general manager of Westrex Corp.
and U.B. Ross, director of
foreign operations.
STRINGING ALONG
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bio play the donut gam at
Tommy Jackson'a birthday
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Cristobal High School, wiU meet
the star-studded A. C. track team
tonight at Mt. Hope Stadium. Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club, will be led by Chanie
Deore, last season's Cristobal
Sports Briefs
LIST TOURNAMENT OFICIALS
RICHMOND, Va. (UPI)-Zig-mundMihalik
of Ford City, Pa.,
Philip S. Fox of Washington, D.C.,
Lou Bellow of Raleigh, N.C. and
Curly White of Cheverly, Md., will
officiate at the Southern Confer Conference
ence Conference basketball tournament here,
Feb. 26-28.
WINGS RECALL BARTON
DETROIT (UPI) Cummy Bar Barton,
ton, Barton, 22-year-old right wing from
Seattle, has been recalled by the
parent Detroit Red Wings, and
Bill McNeill, 23-year-old right win
has been sent to Edmonton to
make room for him. McNeill has
been with the Wings for three
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ARNAV LEAGUE

Teams Wen Lost
El Bandittos 46Mi 29Vi
Safety Pins 45V4 30V4
Kool Krews 44 32
Sleepers 40 36
Rebels! 37 39
Wooo. Peckers 33 43
Mix Masyars 32 44
? Marks 26 CO

Los Bandittos 4 Steeper 0
Wi'.fa the Kool Krpw UTWHm
the Safety Pins, the bandits stole
into first place by sweeping their
series with the Sleerjers. The re
negades advantage in the last two
games was close, one ty tour and
the other by 23. For Los Bandit Bandittos,
tos, Bandittos, Sal Laquidara and Mai Mil Miller
ler Miller were the ringleaders with 518
and 520 handicap series. Only one
of the Sleepers was able to gave
over the 500 quota, when Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Lou Mathias bowled 511 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. The Kool Krew took on the first
place Safety Pins, and shoved
them down to the second slot in
the league standings, and the Kocl
Krew shoved themselves very
much in tlhe picture as far as the
championship is concerned, being
only two and half points out.
Conley Cain was the big hero
with a 508 scratch and 619 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, and Frank Perales complet completed
ed completed the roster with 536. for the Kool
Krew. A trio of Safety Pins had
passing grades with Tom Smith
collecting 516, Ken Collins 530 and
By VICTOR M. CAREW
In our discussion surrounding
the shnwins of the Panama team
in the Caribbean Series I placed
upon the shoulders of the league
directors a laree Dart of the res
ponsibility for seeing that every
available slot is properly uuiizea
by the best available reinforce
ments. This has been suggested as
enmnthinff that can be DUt lllto ef
fect next season without any he hesitation
sitation hesitation and consequently covers
the immediate action category.
There remains another sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that would properly fall in
the category of gradual acuon ana
places upn the shoulders of the
team owners and managers the
resiponisib.dity of acquiring players
good enough not only to win here
but capable of winning in the
Caribbean Series as well.
In the season just finished It
cannot be said that the Kings had
the kind of team that was strong
enough for the series. It is true
they finished on top in our league
but that is no gauge for the fit fitness
ness fitness of a team for the Caribbean
Series.
The teams are going to have to
concentrate on picking up better
than average AAA imported play players
ers players and the best of the local ta
lent. It is possible that Les Pe Pe-den
den Pe-den was not fully aware of the
kind of competition to be encount
ered in the Series so his selection of
the players of his team was not
made with much thought in mind
of this classic event.
It is in this direction that gene-
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Balboa Brewings

Kathy Baflhhurst adding the femH
nine touch witn aiz au Handicap.
Mix Masters 1 Rebels 1
The first game of the evening"
was an easy win for the Mix Mas
ters, but then the fun started when
both teams battled down to toe
last frame of the next two games.
The Mix Masters won the second
by six sticks, and the Rebels tal
lied to get under the wire by one
pin in the finale.
The top banana for the Mix Mas
ters was Leon Smith with 545
scratch, which included two 200
games. The low banana was Wi Wiley
ley Wiley Williamson with 504 scratch.
assisting these two strong nun,
two ladies made their presence
felt. Mrs. Williamson got 503 and
Corky Boyle 532 handicap. Three
of the Rebels also made 500 but of
the soratch variety, Ray Burton
503, Lou Parker 526 and Greae
Brinker 535. v
? Marks 0 Woodpeckers 4
The Question Marks sunk a lit little
tle little deeper is the mire of the base
ment, when they dropped all four
points to the Woodpeckers. It was
the misfortune of .the ? Marks to
run into a par of hot Wood peck
ers in the form of Andy Stert with
a 519 scratch and 612 handicap,
anH Shen Hlwvnnartti with an pvpn
500 scratch. Not far behind was
another Woodpeclcer with 569 Han Handicap
dicap Handicap for- Jerry Diesing. The broad
shoulder of damsel Bea Sfrodt
was the full attack of the cellar
occupants, when she hit for a 521
handicap.
ral manger Felix Luciani and pi pilot
lot pilot Leon Kellman had their eyes
focused when they collected such
an array of better than average
AAA talent and undoubtedly some
real good AAA players. These,
coupled with Hector Lopez, a so solid
lid solid major league, were expected
to provide the Balboa Brewers with
the main core of a team worthy
of playing in the Series.
The Brewers didn't win but the
idea behind their selection of
players was the kind of thinking
that we are now advocating for
the other clubs. It just doesn't
make sense to assemble a team
strong enoough to win the league
but' too weak to hold its own
against Cuba, Puerto Rico and Ve Venezuela.
nezuela. Venezuela. Last season's total at attendance
tendance attendance prove that fan supported
is forthcoming as tog as the
league has good players. The im importation
portation importation of players below AAA
rating should be reduced to a bare
minimum next season and should
be virtually eliminated within a
couple years.
This article winds ud mv fea
ture writing efforts as far. as
Balboa Brewings" is concerned.
It is with great pleasure that I
extend my deepest appreciation
to the sports ed itor of this news
paper for unselfishly making
available to me the space in which
my scribblings have been apear apear-ing
ing apear-ing with sufh regularity.
To the other members of the
staff who, in one way or tne other,
were instrumental in causing my
column to be nublished I also ex.
tend sincere gratitude. I apologize
to those readers who Were strong
and willing enough to digest my
trash from day to day, and to those
who disagreed with my comments
I can onlv exDress mv admiral iirkn
for such a stand.
To all these folks, thanks a mil million
lion million and mav vou loin me in hnn.
ine that Panama wins next year's
Caribbean Series.
Pacific Minor
Baseball Loop
Panama Iniurance downs
TastM Frtox 12-7
By joe Reynolds
Panama Insurance continued
their winning streak today, when
they downed Tastee Freez 12-7.
Up until the last inning Dehlinger
was pitching a no hit-no run game
tor Panama insurance. Ostenso
changed things when he lined a
double into left field for Tastee
Freez.
The box score:
Panama Insuranc
De-la-Garza, c.
Rodriguez, cf.
Gomez, lb.
Epperson, ss.
Dehlinger, p.
Ab R H
4 2 2
1
2
3
2
1
1
0
0
Spencer, 2b.
Holtzclaw, 3b.
Sellner, If.
Dilfer, rf.
Totals
Tattoo Frooi
Osborn, lb.
Small, c.
Ostenso, If.
Pruitt, p.
Hicks, cf.
Wallace, 2b.
Weade, 3b.
Keeney, ss.
Jordan, rl.
Totals
25 12 10
Ab R H
110
2 1
2 1
2, 0
0 1
2 0
1
2
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." .'. '- ;
Rainbow Cily
Sollbdl League
Opener Saturday
By HERBERT MOISB

In order to accomodate its large
throne of followers the Rainbow
City Open- Classification Softball
League has made a move to play
its opening gamtt Saturday,1 Feu
21 in the Mount. Hope Stadium be
einininf at 'exactly 6 t.m.
Invitations have gone out to high
officials of tne Canal Zone and tne
Republic of Panama. Many loyal
fans and businessmen have also
received invitations.
This five-team loop, in its ninth
year of operation, will blow uie
1959 season open with an elabor elaborate
ate elaborate ceremony which highlights the
presentation of scrolls to deserv deserving
ing deserving sportsmen who have helped
this league to maintain its high
standard. v;
All teams in this organization
appear balanced but the defend defending
ing defending champions' Stevedore Morris
are,slightly favored over their
most dangerous rivals Cigarrillos
Oasis. ''
Eleta-owned and Cecil Robinson-
managed, ', the QgarriUos Oasis,
will bank their hopes on the ac
quisition of the much talked about
Al Ausmus.- Ausmus has been re rewriting
writing rewriting the record books in all
leagues on the Isthmus and the
fans over here m Rainbow City
are anxiously awaiting his appear appearance
ance appearance in Rainbow City.
Through this medium, we would
like to notify Ausmus and Lew
Hilzinger that they should get in
contact with Carlos Eleta be before
fore before Saturday morning to make
arrangements for the opening
game.
Cigai-riilos Oasis vs'
Stvtdort Morris
Following the elaborate ceremo ceremony,
ny, ceremony, the top two teams of last sea
son will match talents. Both clubs
have changed sponsors for this
1959 season. The Stevedore Mor Morris
ris Morris from Cafe Cool Spot and Ci-
garrillos Oasis from Deportivo Ba-
oy Mias.
Manager Paul Walker, will un
doubtedly send his ace nghthand
er, Bob Moolchan, to face the
Smokers. Robinson has not even
given hint as to his starter but
we have presumed that Lew Hil
zinger will get the call if he makes
the trip across fhe Isthmus.
The pitchers in this leaeue will
definitely have to alter their styles
come Saturday, tor the first time
in the nine-year history of this
league, the board will install a
portable, rope fence.
Lefthanders! wlj ,bave a short
k ieet target on the ngnttield
line and a comparatively asy tar
get of 225 feet in right center. In
dead ceateriield, it will be 250
feet with leftcenter and left fiehl
on the line being 240 and 230 feet
The fence will be strung around
the field at the distances mention mentioned
ed mentioned and will be about four feet
high.
Balboa Heights,
Army QM Softball
Game February 21
A game between Balboa Heights
and Army Quartermaster that has
been planned since two months
ago will finally be played at the
Paraiso Softball diamond on Sa
turday, February 21, at 10. a.m.
Earl Bfatnwaite will manage
the Pan-C,anal boys while WnTe
Jules will be piloting the USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB Quartermaster crew.
Balboa Heights is favored to win
because of a more poweful offen offensive.
sive. offensive. This Is the first in a series of
games arranged between these
clubs. A large number of Pan-Ca
nal and Army employes are ex expected
pected expected to be on hand to share in
the entertainment provided for
the day.
Paraiso Softball
MaHboro and Cardoze and Undo
In Extra Inning Tie in Paraiso
Softball
Fans were treated to an excit-
ine innirre 3-3 tie enntest vesler.
day between Marlboro and Car-
ooze ami undo in the Paraiso soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball League activity. Marlboro, af after
ter after trailing 3-1 for six innings,
scored twice in the top of the sev seventh
enth seventh frame to create the 3-3 dead
lock. The game was called on ac
count oi darkness by chief umpire
George Cumberbatch after an ex extra
tra extra Minine was nlaved and neither
team could put over the winning
marke.
Alfred Lord, Marlboro rightfield rightfield-er,
er, rightfield-er, with two hits in four trios, was
the only player to pick up more
man one nit in the contest. Ka-
mon Alston's tall triple down the
leu tieia line was Vhe biggest Mow
of the game. Alston later scored
the tying run for his team.
r
WIlKarf Ttnaa tw4in at aW4 far
i ? ft v uviics) nuv Dinovu t
the Cardoze and Lindo club, -gaye
up all three runs on seven hits be
fore he was relieved by Oscar Mill
in the seventh. Edear Roberts 4ia
the receiver. For Marlboro, fire-
bailer Eduardo Morrell Ditched the
entire distance, allowing two hits
and striking out 10 batters.
The 'game scheduled for today
will find Ui Troiaiu aeainst Marl

boro.

Winston BrpwhylrikslCbritract

With Champ M

outfielder IWiUie Kirkland's over-the-fence wallop
yesterday ushered in the 1959 spHng; training season
vhile stragglers around the onajori league circuits
still were sending in their signed contractsry

Kirkland. the Giants' unDhnmnre
fly-chasefj hauled off on the first
batting practice pitch- at Phoenix,
Ariz., to get the. ball rolling.
An abbreviated sauad was Jon
hand, with Kirkland, Leon Wagner
and Danny O'ConneU the only reg regulars
ulars regulars to swing a bat. The others
consisted of batterymen out to
work out winter kinks-.
Pitcher Gordon Jonos Indicated
his readiness to begin workouts
as he signod his contract. The
righthander had a 3-1 record
with San Francisco last year.
t The Pittsburgh' Pirates broueht
their satisfied total to 33 as first
baseman Ted Kluszewski and
pitcher Bennie Daniels signed
pacts.
Pittsburgh also announced it had
received the signed, contracts of
pitcher Harvey Haddix and third
baseman Don Hoak, recently trad
ed by Cincinnati.' Haddix and Hoak
Had signed contracts With the Reds
before the deal, and National
League officials transferred the
papers to their new qlub.
Kluszewski played 100 games for
the Pirates last year, batting .292,
witn lour homers and 27 runs hat hatted
ted hatted in. Daniels, after compiling a
4-6 record with Columbus of the
International League, lost three
games wtihout a win 'when he
went up to Pittsburgh late in the
season.
Haddix had an 8-7 record with
Cincinnati and Hoak hit .261 in 114
games.
The New York Yankees had on
ly four members of their pitching
staff left to be signed after veter
an right-hander f "Tom Sturdivant
and rookies Jim Coates and John
Gabler came to terms.
Sturdivant, who turned in 16-
game winning seasons in 1956 and
1957, slumped to 3-6 last year
when he was beset by a series of
ailments. Coates. sidelined most of
the,, year, had a 2-0 mark Jwith
Richmond of the International
League. Gabler won 19 and lost
seven with Denver of the Ameri American
can American Association in 1958.
The unsigned Yankee pitching
XAVIER DROPS PIONTEK
CINCINNATI (UPI)-Jim Mc-
Cafferty, Xavier University bas basketball
ketball basketball coach, has dropped Rich
Piontek, the Musketeers' leading
rebounder, from the squad for the
remainder of the season because
of "disciplinary reasons." Piontek
has snagged 20 rebouxds and
scored 750 points in 19 games this
season.

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S--lY'-H.L&rAH; 2.".-
roll consists of Whitey Ford, Ryne
Duren, Virgil. Trucks' and Don Lar Lar-sen.
sen. Lar-sen. The team hopes one or all wiU,
come to terms "before- the battery-,,
men report 'for ipring training at
St. Petersburg, Fomorrow;
- Rookie pitcher Winston Brown
became the 25th membor of the-'
National League champion Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves to sign a con.
tract. Brown" had a 17-U mark
with Austin of tho Texas League.
The Washington)' Senators were"
having their signing troubles on
the eve of opening camp at Orlan-"
do, Fla.', fourteen of 37'playen re'
main, to be signed, mcluding the
one-two punch of Roy Sievers an1
Albie Pearson? !the latter 1958'a
"rookie of the year."
Sievers who batted .295 with 39
homers and 108 ruhs'Idriven'-ln, Is
asking for $40,000, a $7,000 pay
raise. Pearson, is reported to be
out to double his salary to $15,000.
At Patterson
MIAMIrREACH Fla: "(UPI) -Charles.
Sonny Liston .and Mike
De John, two big contenders for
shot at JTloyd Patter Patter-soil's
soil's Patter-soil's world heavyweight crown,
will collide here tonight in a nationally-televised
bout.
Both Liston, a 210-pounder from
Philadelphia, and De John, of'
Syracuse, N.Y.:- are knockout"
punchers and the .fight could end
long before the t scheduled, 10
rounds.
Liston, ranked ninth by Ring
magazine, has lost only, one fight
in 23 starts, winning 13 by knocks
outs.' Among ; his kiyg victims
were Julio Mederos and Waynes
Bethea. f?; r; '. ; Ar
De John, ranked one 'notch(
lower,5 has kayoed 25 in winning
36 of 42 fights. He defeated Nino
Valdes in April.
Liston was an early 8-5 favor favor-He.
He. favor-He. :-
The winner of the fight will be
a good bet for a future title fight.
And both De John anal Liston have
been training as through it is a,
sure thing.
Liston- did, most of his heavy
work. in: Philadelphia and arrived,
here last week- end for the final'
touches. De John has been in
Miami for more than two weeks'"
training and has boxed more than
60 practice rounds.
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Kansas,

State'-i Mich

igan State Move Closer To Conference Cage Title?

Editqr; CONRADO SARCEANf

By OSCAR Fit ALEY

NEW YORE (UPI ) "Middle "Middle-weign
weign "Middle-weign 'chamipUrt. Ray Robinson
it ii ha bOxingV bus.et
tied Iflco knots today and the ome
has arrived when his leadmg
challengers, must risk their .repu .reputations
tations .reputations or becom flywigbts from
URS:aSngofron
a title defense .while he seeks i
lucrativ June, craefc. at- Archie
Moore's, light, heavy crown-
Carmen- Basilio marks time
waiting, a the" number one cnai cnai-lenger?
lenger? cnai-lenger? for a shot at Bobuson.
Gene Fullmer, ranked second,
has been Wa. ting two years lor a
crack atither itobinsoa or JJa-silio.

Facer VVilfle Graves

up.
to

Fullmer finally has given
4i.i. .. rriH.u Via'U return

Madison; Square 6K nd JjS
h s rating and his build back
itring of. jgh'ria a row against
threatening. Wflfie Greaves of
Canada. It. doesn't' figure as an
asy payday for the 26-year old
Marmon mink srwbr from West
JYouBm13? fi Jhat W(jg.
a man who took, the middle middleweight
weight middleweight crown front -Robinson m
January 1957 and lost It back

GUN-CLUB
NOTES
Balboa Gun Club
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
Its monthly smallbore rifle match
on Saturday, Feb. 21 starting at
8:36 a.m.; Enttes must be com completed
pleted completed prior to this time. 4
This will be" a Dewar Match,
consisting of two 20 shot stages,
20 shots at 50 yards and 20 shots
at WO yards, fired from the prone
position with iron sights. This
vUl be an NRA. approved match
and will be conducted according
on NRA rules governing thisatype
ofi shoot. one tw.r.- ,n, t-:
" Prizes will be awarded, as fol follows:
lows: follows: ';
High gun Gold medal.
2nd. place rr silver medal,
3rd. place bronie medal.
Note: This place award will be
niade only if more than 10 shoot shooters
ers shooters compete. ;
Entry fee of $1.25 must be paid
to the statistical officer at the
range prior, to 9r30 a.m.
The January smallbore rifle
nractice shoot which was held on

Saturday. Jari. 31; was the first

smallbore match of the year and
drew only eight shooters, six of
which were Balboa Gun Club Jun Juniors,
iors, Juniors, v. (
In the event you don t already
know it, these kids, .are mighty

fine shots as we senior snooiers.
both of us, found out. All shoot shooters
ers shooters were hampered by a strong
dry season breeze which rocked
the body in all but the prone po
ition.
John Turner was 'high gun, fol fol-$wed
$wed fol-$wed by Bill Scott in second
vlace and Albert White1 in '.ird.

Duncan Brown,- Ronnie Nessler

and Jack Blaney, the other Jun Jun-Jor
Jor Jun-Jor shooters also turned in credit creditable,
able, creditable, scores.
I.I hope hhat all you rusty old

senior shooters, turn out of the
February shoot, maybe some one

can beat tnese Kids.

tour montns later, wouia oe a
shoo-in against Greaves. After all,
Fullmer nas won 48 of 52 Douts

and 21 of those by knockouts.

- Greaves, on the other hand, has
a record Ht only 26 wins In r7
bouts, although he won 15 by
knockout. But Wllfie's record .s

as deceiving a a camou laged

tank. There was a time when toe

23-year-old Candian was manag managed
ed managed by the late Jake Mint.
With Winning Stable
Mintz was one of the bravest
managers in ring annals. He
wasn't afraid for his boys to fight

anybody. Graves was in over his
head so many times he began to

feel like a guy who tests bathing
suits.

But Wilfie, which is a shorten

ing of his g.ven name of Wilfred.

now is with a winning stable. One

of his backers is C. W. Smith,
owner of the stakes-winning Hills Hillsdale.
dale. Hillsdale. 'Ths st-ble is- one of the

few to whip Round Table, no mean

feat on the turf, and it sees no
reason why Wilfie can't score

his 14th in a row.

This enyafement is the- feature
of a sort of "family' night" which

will be brought to you on vdeo,

In another featured 10 rounder,
Fullmer's "baby" brother, Jay,
22, will rigagein financially-de

signed fisticufss with a club fight fighter
er fighter named Jackie Hayden out of

New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.

Pacific Softball
League
' V '
By HENRY CLARK

' Standings
Teams
Abernathy Unisport
Pair Jiqu3o 4 -.:
Jantzen
Ambassadors 'J
Mariners

W L
9 0
9,, 3
6 3
3 9
0 11

Pet.

.900
.750

.667
.250
.000

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Next Games
17 Pan Uquddo ys Jant-

Feb

zen.
Feb. 18 Ambassafors vs Ma Mariners.
riners. Mariners. y
Feb. 19 -- Jantzen ys Aberna Aberna-thy
thy Aberna-thy Unis.
Feb. 20 Pan Liquido vs Ma Mariners.
riners. Mariners. Pan Liquids Steps Unispert
McNair Lane, Pan Liquido's
ace pitcher, and sharp Beermen
fielding handed the league lead leading
ing leading Abernathy Unisport their first
defeat of '59 In a thriller Friday,
6-to-4.
Handicapped without bull pen
power as Ausmus anil Hilzinger
were absent,. Unisport manager
gave debutant Wood the ball.
Wood had to give W4y to Fritz
Cheney ki the first after Pan Li Liquido
quido Liquido scored three runs.
Ohehey'i relief job was excel excellent,
lent, excellent, giving uo onlyi four hits
Lane allowed eight, Including Lar Larry
ry Larry Jones' deep drive -to left field
for j home-run.

Auburn Puts

30-Game

AgainsV Ky.
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By TIMORIARTY

. Kaosat SUte and Michigan

State moved closer to conference
championships and berths in the

NCAA basketball tournament 10

day, while rAubura looked ahead

to placing its 30-game victory

streak on the Jme against Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky later thia week,

Second-ranked Kansas SUte re

mained undefeated in Big Eight

Conference action by polishing off

Oklahoma. .75-55 last ni Bint

and can clinch at least a tie for

the league title by defeating Okia
horoa State Saturday.

. Michigan State, also picking up

steam with each game, opened a
two-game lead in the Big Ten
race in turning back Northwest Northwestern.
ern. Northwestern. 71-68. The seventh-r a n k e d

Spartans need only two victories
in their remaining four games to
win the conference title and a

crack at the NCAA championship.
, Auburn Downs Tulane
Auburn, barred irom any post post-season
season post-season appearance, displayed
amazing shooting in its final tune-

up for Kentucky by downing Tu Tulane,
lane, Tulane, 79-56. The sixth-ranked Ti

gers converted 31 ot w snois irom
the field and added 17 of 22 free
throws in scoring their 30th
ttraight victory.
Kansas State also was red-hot
against Oklahoma. The Wildcats
hit on 41.4 per cent of their field

goal attempts and 27 of 31 .free

tarows in scoring aw wi tri

umph in 21 games. Bob Boozer

led Kansas state witn 21 pouui,
one more than Oklahoma's Ray
Lewis; t ,.; ;;

A field goal by Dave Fahs and
two free throws by Bob Anderegg
in the final minutes helped carry

Michigan State to victory over
Northwestern. The Wildcats, led
by Willie Jones' 30 points, put up
a strong fight as the score was
tied six times in the first half and
four times in the second half.

Purdue provided the Spartans

with an important boost by kuock

tag off Indiana, 94-89, and tying

the Hoosiers for second place.
Michigan State plays Purdue Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and then takes on 'Indiana

the following week end. If the

Spartans win those two crucial
games, they can start lining up
tickets to the NCAA tournament.
Bradley Gets Revenge

UPI top 10 this week, Sained re revenge
venge revenge for last week's defeat to St
Louis by snapping the Billikens'
14-game winning Streak, 72-65.
The Braves and St. Louis now are
tied for second in the Missouri
Valley Conference race behind
Cincinnati.
Van Smith and Mike Owe&s
each scored 19 points for Brad Bradley,
ley, Bradley, which converted 28 of 48 field
goal attempts. George Burkel had
23 Doints and Bob Ferrv totaled

19 for the eighth-ranked Billikens.
West Virginia clinched, a tie for

urst piace in uie oouooern corner
ence by romping to a 99-55 tri
umph over VMI, while 10th

ranked Mississippi State ran its
season record to 21-1 by outclass

ing Georgia, 76-56. Bailey Howell

led' Mississippi State, with 33

points, including 11 out of 11 free

"throws.

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wll be matched for a June title

fight, they've already begun be.-

tine on the outcome. '';'

. Archie, 42- or 45 years old, was
installed a 7-5 favorite today, in

man-toman wagering, to make a

successful defense of his light

heavyweight 179-oound ; c r 0 w r

Bookies were "laying" 6V4 to $

and "tak ng" 7V4 to 5.
Robinson, 38, will no' be risk risking
ing risking bis middleweight. 180-pound ti title
tle title in the June 15-rousder, which
will be closed as soon as Moore
and Sugar ray agree upo
terms.
For the Floyd Patterson Inee-

mar Johansson heavyweight t tie

fight, already signed but not giv

en a site or date ye champion
Pat erson is favored at 3V to 1

3-1 and 4-1.

livrgf a it Aaiu nnov vi 4n v axxta,
England and Nigeria,, is favored
at 7-5, 6V, to 5 and 7 to 5

So keep he featherweight 136

pound crown when he defnds

against Davy Moore of Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Ohio, at Los Angeles,
M rch 18.

Virgil Akinds ii favored lit 6-J

SVi to 5 and 6V. to 5 to recap'

ture the welterweight 147-piund

rue rrsm yon joraan u tner re
turn bout at St, Louis. April 1

Jordin of Los Angeles won the
crown from Aklns of St. Louis on
a decision at Los angeles last

8 Dec. 5.

Player
Bateman (Pu)
Priester (Mw)
French W. (O)
Smith R. (Mw)
Huddleston (Pal)
Joynei (Con)
French L. (O)
nrandon (Con)

Rodriguez S. (fr) a
Berger (Pr) 22
Ness (Pr) '26

Bettis (U)
Rnatwrieht (Pa) 21

Anderson G. (O) 28

Potter (Pu)

Marcum (fH

Fortune (Mw)

Browder (rai)
Hovan O. (Con)

Lindors (Con)

AB Hi Rbl HR Av

23 14 17 7

19 10 10
22 11 10
25 11 5
28 12 It
17 7 4
32 13 4
32 12 5

8 9
8 7
9 12
7 2
7 4
9 9
8 9

6
7"
5
4
3

26

33 10
30 9
24 7
31 9
25 7

.526
.500
.440
.429
.412
.406
.375
.364
.364

.346
.333
.333

.322
.308
.303
.300
.292
.290
.280

The Fastlich Teenage Baseball
T.a,i will start its. second half

this afternoon at 4:1

The leagues secona ii.ui.
ration- will see a clash .Jtweeit
Conejos and Puma, winners 4 the
..rtind fifth positions respec

tively in the first half.
-i.l.4. am nilt victorious m

three occasions as well as the Pu

mas, but the tormer ma u in bcv
games and the latter in 10.

COnejOS couia nui iin muj
.. Kf the Pnmis connected 12.

Out of this total the highest in
the league John Bateman, still

Atlantic TvI-Loop
Takes Week Rest;
Resume Play'Mon.

the leading hitter with .609, has 7.
Bateman obtained 14 hits in 23
times at bat.
The first half was taken bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly by the high-flying Macaws,
whose fire-balling Bob Fortune be became
came became the deciding factor in the

"Big Games." Fortune hurled four

snutouts, mcjuding a no-hit-no-run
game and a one-hitter. Beside this
teat, Bob struck out 110 batters in

ten games with his blazing fast
ball and an effective curve. He

had eight victories and 2 defeats.

in the came that will be hM

this afternoon, Jimmy Dykes will

pitch for the Conejos and Bob Dil Dil-fer
fer Dil-fer for the Pumas. Dilfer had four
homers and 15 runs batted in.

Tomorrow the Macaws play the
Palomas and Friday the Ocelots
meet the Pericos.
The directors of the Fastlich
League merit just recognition for
their excellent work with the tour tournament.'
nament.' tournament.' Special recognition should
go to Adalbert Fastlich, .whose co cooperation
operation cooperation year after year has been
of great beenflt tb the youth of the
Canal Zone.
The league's board of directors

is composed of Jack Randall,

President; Mark Z. Brand6n. Vice-

President; Mrs. Bee French, Secretary-Treasurer;
Harry Pearl,
Business Manager; and Mickey
Kiernan, Player Agent. v

ine teams managers are Rob'

ert Smith (Macaws), George Bat-

tenon (ocelots). Bob Ness (Peri

cos), Steve Hovan (Conejos), Fred

Mount (Pumas), and Moises de la
Pefia (Palomas).

Standings
(Second Half)
Atlanrte JwlllBh't League

Teams
CHS-Alumni
Cristobal -High
Powells
Bells

W L Pet.
2 0 1.000

.500
.333
.333

Leading HIHera

layer Team Aft H ret.
Hayden; Bells 6 20 11 .550
Dockery, Powells 5 10 5 .500
Brown, Bells 5 16 8 .500
Hatgi, Alumni 8- 23 11 .478
Will, CHS 19 -473
Dedeaux, Powells 9 29 .13 .448
Manning,. Powells J 8 27 f2 .444
Ingram, Alumni 5 14 6 .428
Castillo, Alumni 8 19 8 .432
Humphrey, CHS 8f 3$ ,14 .400
By TREVOS SIMONS
The Atlantic Twilieht League
akes t'roe out from heir activit activities
ies activities and w'U not resume oy until
Monday night, Feb. 23. Their one
week' rest started last Monday
night when the CHS-Alumni reat reat-ined
ined reat-ined their hold on the leaeue lead
with, a record-break'ng 21 to 10
win over Bells with a 14-hit bar barrage
rage barrage that handed Jim Mann his
third defeat of the season.
The Alumni, a poor last in the
first half who clungto the cellar
like a sleeping sloth, suddenly
came alive, in the second half and
now can be considered a serious
threat to the other three clubs
in the twil'ght loop, Their 14 hit
victory Monday night featured
two 3-hit efforts by Larry Amsen
and Dave Ingram and tvve their
right-hander, Corky Karplnski,
his first win of the season to even
his record at 1 and 1 In six tried.
Bella vi C.H.S. Next Monday
The Tigers from Cristobal H'gh
return to action Monday night at
7 o'clock with a gane scheduled
against the haipltes Beys.

Qualifications ReuiW
End March
10 Silver Trophies
Will be Awarded'
Members of the Panama Golf
Club will be qualifying for the an annual
nual annual Esso SUadard Oil golf tour
nament beginning on Thursday
Feb. 19, and continuing through
Sunday March 8 it war announc announced
ed announced today by fte tournament com committee
mittee committee of the Club.
C. Paz Rodriguez; the local gen general
eral general manager of Esso, has prom promised
ised promised that this year's tournament
should top all previously held Es Esso
so Esso tournaments and that should
make it one long to be remem remembered
bered remembered as this annual event has
always proved to be a most po popular
pular popular tournament with the mem members
bers members of the Panama Club. The Es Esso
so Esso firm is sponsoring beautiful
prizes for the medalist in both
the champions!: 'p and first flights
as well as for the winners and
runner-up of each of these flights
plus the winner of the defeatist
flights.

All players witn handicaps
through 10 will be qualifying for
one of the 32 positions in the

chartMriaiiship flight while those
with handicaps of 11 through 24
will be shooting for positions in
the first flight. Full handicap
will be allowed in the aualifying
round while R of the difference
in handicaps between contestants
will be used in the match play

rounds.
All members including depend dependent
ent dependent sons of members who are 11
year, of age of over will be eli

gible to play. The qualifying

round must be completed prior
to 6 p.m. Sunday March 8, and

Sayers must declare their uali uali-ing
ing uali-ing round before teeing off.
Players qualifying mmt play in

at least two-ball matches as sin
file olay will not be permitted.

Following the qualifications
those eligble will be paired for
match play in each flight and aft after
er after completion of the first round
matches a Defeatist Flight of 16
players each will be arranged for
both those eliminated from the

Championship Flight and the First

Flight. The following scneawe

will govern play in the tourna

ment.

Qualifications Thursday, Feb.

19 through Sunday March 8, 6

D.m.

First Round Match must be

completed by 6 p.m.

March 15 in both championship
and First Flight.
Second round matches in cham championship
pionship championship flight and first flight and
first round matches in defeated
flights must be completed by
Sunday March 22,
Third round matches in winners
flight and a second round'match round'match-es
es round'match-es in defeated flights must be
completed by Sunday March 2s-
Semi-finals in both winners and
defeated flights must be com completed
pleted completed by Sunday). April 5.
In the event players e a n n 0 1

mutuary gree on a playing date

Sunday '9 a.m. each Suniay throughc t

the tournament. Failure to shf.t,
will result in defeault.
Results of qualification i"1-'
maton play must be posted to.teia'
tournament sheets in the T 9"!'

House and failure to do so

resuii in default and ellminati 1
from further play. ,'

til

th official starting time. will be!9 will prevail

P.G.A. rules of golf as amer
ed of; supplemented by local ru) 'jf
will govern play, the Americ'rr
size golf ball will be permltt0.'""
The Tournament Committee i.'4Jr
the Club orefessional will cons
tue the rules committee for r&",v

tournament. Handicaps as of Ft

Fight Results
NEW YORK (UPl)Billy Hunt Hunter.
er. Hunter. 188U Detroit, outpointed Bob

Baker. 218. Pittsburgh. Pjl 110).

BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)

Wayne Bethea, 205, New York,

knocked out Wairnell (Boom Boom)
Lester, 183, Bel Air, Md. (10).
BOSTON (UPI)-Joe De Nucci,
164V4, Newton, Mass., stopped Ike

Jenkins. 157V4, Hew York (3).

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Len
Mathews, Philadelphia, stopped
Ray Lancaster, Spartansburg,
S.C., (2).

TAMPA, Fla. (UPI)-Angel Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, 136u, Havana, Cuba, defeated

Henry Ferguson, 140, Nassau,
Bahamas (10).

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Resorts

Baldwin's furnishes' asjarteienti
at Santa Blara Beach. Telea-hone
Smith, Gambe 101 i
Fester cottages, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hata. Naw Jaw
rates. Phone Salbea 1866.
PHILLIPS OceansMe Cottaaee
Santa CUra I. '"
MM 1-1177 Cristobal S-167S.
Houses
FOR RENT: Larte house for
Clubhouse in uan Dies, tareon,
river side preaarty. Phone Z-
J47.
FOR RENT: Nicely tMrriisheel
house an tha Trans-Isthmian
Hifhway 10 minutai from tha
city. Heal far Americans wha
lika comfort ana have ehildran.
Thraa bedrooms with closets,
Uria living and dinintroom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen with refrigerator, iat stove,
hot water, maid'i quarter, fenced
yard, swimming -pool, garage,
telephone. Rent $150 monthly.
To reiponsible partr nly. Phone
3-6Z0Z tor appoinTiwem.
FOR RENT : Completely hir hir-niihed
niihed hir-niihed chalet, I bedroomt, 2
bathi, maid's roam with bath,
perch, terrace, garage, hot water.
II Cingreje. Phono 3-0598.
cftl KENT: Furnished
atave, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
I, 52nd Street. Tel. i-0631.
i
Commercial Sites
If you need a warehouse or fac factory
tory factory building well located near
the center of the city, we are of offering
fering offering to construct an our 2728
aa. meter lot in Cello Q. 1" ac accordance
cordance accordance with your requirements.
Phone Dr. Valdas. Panama 2 2-0893
0893 2-0893 for details.
Basketball Ratings
ufw vnnK rtlPI) The United
Press International major college
basketball ratings (first place
lost records la
V IIC-O v"
T.m Point
1. North Carolina (13) (18-1) -301
2. Kansas State (11) (19-1) 2
1 Vmtiir.Vv m (18-2) 261
4. Cincinnati (1) (16-2) 223
5. No. Carolina St. (2) (18-2) 212
6. Auburn (3) (18-0) 201
t Mi.hio.n Stat m (13-3) 120
8. St. Louis (16-2)
9. California (15-4)
10. Mississippi State (20-1)
11 Texas Christian, 30;
,aiov 7- 13. Utah, 26;
104
4S
47
12,
14,
West Virginia, 18; 15, Marquette,
11; 16 (tie), Louisville and St.
John's (N. .Y.), 3 each; 18, St.
T-.ntiir 2: 19 (tie) Okla-
hVcitv and St. Mary's (Calif.)
1 each. v
Comm

Rooms

Advertise in this iecton as oniy cu e.sw t
FOR INfORMATION CALL 2-0740

FOR SALE
FR1QETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized aervice for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend.
AGENGA de CAMBIO
Y SERVICIO
We cash cheeks tpA Lottery
tickets at any time.
We are located rlrht across
from the Ancon Bus Stop.
M tour profeeelonai or amateur
transmlesor needs topairuif, talk
with Mr. Rafael Dlaa, our
TROPljLCO, S. A.
Hervlee Dept. Manager TeL Ne
3-7iSt.
tttk St. Jb VU Bapaa,

Apartments

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom aparment,
he water, Campo Alegre. linen,
diihei. Phone 3-5024.
Furnished and unfurnished
apartments. Telephone 1336.
New Alhambra Apartments. 10th
Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Going on vacatiea.
Furnished apartment, 2 bod bod-room,
room, bod-room, living room, dining room,
garage. From March 1st to April
30th. Chalet Conchita, apposite
Mini-Max. Phone 3-2084.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment, livingroem, dining
room, balceny, hot water. $140.
Ricarda Arias Street. "Eipirta
aiding'' 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Apartment large
PENTHOUSE, No. 8 Colombia
street. $140.00. Phone 3-0338
or 2-5388.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bad bad-roam
roam bad-roam apartment, living-dining
balcony, bathroom with bidet
and bath tub, kitchen, laundry
ream, garage, hot water instil--latian
and ether conveniences
now building. Phona 3-2593, x
Mr. Martin.
FOR RENT: Good three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with three bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room and bath, all
modern comforts, garage with
door etc. Located in Bella Vista.
Phone Panama 3-0763 or 2 2-0027.
0027. 2-0027. FOR RENT: Large 3 -bedroom
house, recently inaugurated,
handsomely furnhhed, fully
equipped kitchen, fine linens,
glass and China. Available March
and April. Lecation: Lama Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, next to Golf Heights. Phone:
4-1381.
FOR RENT: Modern, cool,
comfortable twe bedrooms apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Calla 50 No. 115 (Ame (Amelia
lia (Amelia Building). Near 86 Street,
Paitilla. Phone: 3-1210.
FOR RENT; One bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
kitchen, bathroom, $35.00. Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Avenue, Las Raines Build Building.
ing. Building. $50,00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors. Alt
conveniences. Phones 2-3343 3 3-0471.
0471. 3-0471. Whatever
Happened to .
WILBUR (BUDDY) JONES
Everyone gets a chance to try
out for Oklahoma's varsity 1001 1001-ball
ball 1001-ball team regardless of prep
school reputations and one "un "unknown
known "unknown who made the grade was
Buddy Jones. In college football's
"platoon era' auch tnings were
more likely tnan xoaay dui rew
made it with such a splurge. By
1950, Jones had developed into
one of the nation'g top safety men
and was named at that position
on the two-platoon All-America
team selected by the National
Football Writers Association.
Whatever happened to Buddy
Jones? He now is a consulting
, geologist at Abilene, Tex.
.. i x ane
Full day excursion
SAN BLAS
Suv"V arch 1
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transport
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General A rent
Gibraltar Life Ids. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel, Panama 2-0.152
Monday thru Friday
S:M a.m. to 12:a
2 OS p.m. to 5:8S
Saturday: 9M a.m. lo 12:M
JUDSON
Super char jers
for your
Volkswagen and Ohia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Ci'a. Istmena de
Auto Scrvicio, S.A.
Frangjpani St
Tel. 2-1870

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Automobiles

FOR SALE : 1957 MGA. top
condition, wire wheels, w.s.w.
tires, reasonably priced. Call 83 83-2183.
2183. 83-2183. before 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair sport coupe, in excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call -Balboa 2 2-1372
1372 2-1372 between) 4:30 and 5:30
P-m
FOR SALE: 1952 4-door Da Da-Soto,
Soto, Da-Soto, 5 good -tires with tread.
Car never damaged. Two owners
since manufactured. Excellent
motor, radio. $475. Tel. 4-0291,
Panama.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick, Riviera
Sedan, 4 door, radio, heater,
power steering, power seat,
power windows, Dynaflow, new
battery, good tires, E-Z eye glass,
35,000 miles. $775.00. House
0530-A. Ancon. Phone Balboa
3064 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Special,
4 door Riviera sedan, power
steering, power brakes R and H.
Original owner, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, see and drive for yourself.
$1495.00 Mai. Gatch, Quarry
Heights 82-5220.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
sedan. Very good condition. Call
3-2420-
FOR SALE: Dodge 1959 Cor Coronet
onet Coronet lancer V-8 Motor. Torque
flite transmission radio-Heater,
large wheel Discs. Two tone
White sidewall tires. Outside
Mirror Blackup lisihts. Air foam
seats day and nigh rear view
Mirror Power steering and power
b-'s Canal Zona Delivery on
tl car S3, 800 Panama Dilivery
$4,500 Will ell for $2,950.
Phone 5-169 Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson
Wasp, 4 door, radio, ovorhall.
House 155-A, Gamboa.
St. Bonaventure
To Enter Field
For 12-Team NIT
4 NEW, YORK (UPI, St. Bona
venture 15-2 which has run up
two sizeable winning streakg this
season, last night b ta m e
the fourth team to enter the field
for the 12-team National Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Tournaaaent at Madison
Square Gafden, March 12-21.
The Bonnies, who finished third
in last year's tourney, ioin St.
John's. Vilanova, and Oklahoma
City in this year's carnival.
The Brown Indians from oiean,
N.Y., coached by Eddie .Donovan,
opened the current season with
nine straight wins ana men iosi a
road game to St. Francis Pa.
After another winning streak OE
six games, they lost to Provi Providence,
dence, Providence, also on the road. Among
their victims were St. Francis in
a return game, Boston college,
Villanova, Niagara, Kentucky
Wesleyan, and Duquesne.
Many of the Bonnies' best play players
ers players come from New York City
and will be Virtually on home ter
ritory in the NIT.
en mnk
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Of
Used Car
. GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewflnder System
Panama
Colon
Haa Ten t i'' Hlih FldeUty sot,
Badle or TV sot in need of repair?
No matter what kind
It is, can our
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repair It.
rill fUdly
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Home Articles

NOW: China Closets 22.00, Kit Kitchen
chen Kitchen table 7.00, double bash
12.50, wicker chairs 4.50 ward wardrobes
robes wardrobes 25.00, vanities 15-00,
cribs wmattressas 29.00, side sideboards
boards sideboards 12.00, small tables 2 50,
mattresses 6.50, springs 12.50,
metal desk 29.00, pillows 1.25
ALSO beautiful wrought iron and
mahoganvj living and diningreom
sats at rock bottom prices
Auto Rew No. 41 (Ave. Nacio Nacio-nal
nal Nacio-nal Household Exchange) Tehv.
3-4911 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Stove, refrigerator.
2 end tables, ena small desk, day
bed, girl's bicycle, one boy's bi bicycle.
cycle. bicycle. Call Panama 2-3066, 30
5 lit street, apt. 3.
FOR SALE: Furniture and rugs.
Excellent condition. a r a i n.
price. Phone 3-6775-
FOR SALE: Westinghouse laun laundromat
dromat laundromat and Twin Clethas Dryer
$325.00.
Serve! twe Dear Refrigerator
Freezer $125.00.
Gas Stova $40.00.
2 Modern Foam Rubber Sec Sectionals
tionals Sectionals 78" long with Matching
Chair 3 Months Old $350.00.
Mahogany Twin Beds with Pa Pa-sterpedic
sterpedic Pa-sterpedic Mattress, Night Table,
Vanity, Chair $425.00.
Birch Baby Barf with Paaterpedie
Mattress and Chiffonier $125.
Miscellaneous Appliances Call
Panama 3-7234 or 4-1368.
FOR SALE: 1 refrigeratar Frl
gidaira 7.5 cu. ft. naw 60 cycle
unit. 1 Bendix Econemat auto automatic
matic automatic washer. 1 mahogany double
bad complete with spring and
foam rubber mattress. 1 maho mahogany
gany mahogany vanity dresser with mirror
and bench. 1 Simmons, studio
couch. 1 trombone Franks. House
6371, Los Rios.
FOR SALE : Westinghouse rofrl.
gerater. 6i cu. ft. reconverted,
60 cycle $75.00, table, steel,
dining room 42"x42" $4.00.
Tel. 6-511. House 0267, Apt.
C. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Westtnaliouie re re-1
1 re-1 rlgerator 8 ft. new 60 cycle
unit, very good condition. $65.
Cell Gamboa 168.
-i
mm
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Large 4
stare. Tel. Panama 4-0291.
FOR SALE: One crib, good
condition. 0303 Cable Hts. Al Alton.
ton. Alton. FOR SALE : Winter piano, good
condition", $300.00. Phone 1 1-2593.
2593. 1-2593. Mr. Martin.
Founder Of Grid
Giants, Tim Mara.
Funeral Friday 1
NEW YORK (UPI) Funeral
services will be held Friday for
Timothy J. (Tim) Mara, 81, a one onetime
time onetime newsboy who turned a $2,500
investment in a National r oomaii
League francniso into, a club worth
more than a million aouars.
Mara, founder of the New York
fnnthall Rianta..died of a heart at
tack at his home Monday night.
His body will repose at the
Camnbell Funeral Home. 81st
Street and Madison Avenue, A rt rt-auiem
auiem rt-auiem mass will be held at St. Ig
natius Loyola Church. Interment
wit be at Gate of Heaven Ceme
tery ValhaUa, N.Y.
Mara founded ttw Giants in 1925
after buying a franchise from Joe
Carr, then president of the Nation National
al National Footballv League, for $2,500.
Mara turned oyer active control
of the Giants to his sons, John and
Wellington, in' the 1940s. In 1955,
the Maras turned down a million
dollar offer for the club.
Besides his two sons, Mara is
survived by "his widow, Lizette,
and six grandchildren. Mara aiiG
his wife had celebrated their gol golden
den golden wedding anniversary last
yeaij.
Graham To Decide
On US Coast Guard
Coaching Job Soon
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) Fw-
mer Cleveland Browns quarter
back Otto Graham, one of the
greatest signal-callers in pro foot
ball hj story,, wiU decide shortly
whether to accept the neaa coacn coacn-ing
ing coacn-ing job at the U.S. Coast Guard
Academy at isew umaon, conn.
Graham, who sparked the Browns
for a decade before retiring in
1955, expects to make a decision
within the next io aays.
"They'ro very interested in m!
and I'm very interested in tnem, r
said Graham yesterday after re returning
turning returning from an interview in
Washington with Vice Admiral A.
C. Richmond. Coast Guaird com-
mandant.He added, "I'll make a
decision in the next week or week
and a half."
During his sparkling e a r e a r
with the Browns, liranam oiien
said that a coaching career was
not for him. However,' he entered
the field two years ago an asssist asssist-ant
ant asssist-ant pilot of the College All-Stars.
He moved up to head coach last
summer and the Stairs turned in
a stunning 35-19 victory over the
Detroit Lions.
Graham, who saiid he will con
tinue as All-Star coach under any
circumstances, will be given a
commission in the Coast Guard if
he takes the gridiron post.
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Cristobal High Garners
Seven First Places In
Triangular Track Meet

Several track and field records
are in danger of falling during the
current interacholastic track sea season.
son. season. The times and distances rec recorded
orded recorded in the first official outing
for the. .three schools last Friday
were above expectations for this
early in the schedule ftnd arc al almost
most almost sure to be improved as prac practice
tice practice continues and competition im improves.
proves. improves. Cristobal High School- tarried
honie .the lions share of fee first
place honors with seven wins. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School tallied five: times
in the first place column while JC
took two. Balboa with its-larger
squad cleaned up in the second.
third, and fourth 'place positions,
but will have to dig in to cop a
greater number oi Diue nooons in
the next meet.
Perhaps the best effort of the
day was given by Gary Irving of
Criutobal High. In grinding out a
2:07.3 in the 880,, he' came within
0.4 of tying the mtarscholaaac rec record
ord record in this .event which is 2:06.8.
Solly Toussieh t of Balboa High
came within striking distance of
the brpad jump record when he
sailed 21' 10" on his last jump.
The interscholastic record k 21'
Basketball
Results
AST
West' Virginia W V.M.I. 55'
Beckley JC 109 Sue Bennett JC 77
St. Vincent 83 Waynesburg 64
Massachusetts SO Connecticut 78
I Willamantie 84 New Haven 12
SOUTH
Furman 53 Citadel 52
Maryland 77 Clemson 58
Richmond 61 Wash, a Lee 62
Newberry 92 Georgia Tchrs. 77
Virginia St. 81 N. c. College 71
(Virginia Tech. 1 Geo. Wash. 14
AppaUchun 104 Pfeiffer 79
Ocla City U. 98 Florida St. 14
itsisippi St. 78 Georgia 58
Jllabama 89 Louisiaiw St. 84
Auburn 79 Tulane 56
SChol It Miliap 72
intington 70 Lambuth 68
Hurray St. 73 Morehead St. 88
ncevUle 67. Centre 61
Georgetown (Ky.) 17 km K
Southwetern 82 Union SO
Jackota St. 75 Prairie V. AiM T4
Ky. Weleyan 97 Centenary 83
MIDWIST
Michigan 90 Iowa 86
Bowling Green 60 Kent St. 58
Purdue 94 Indiana 89
Findlay 85 Bluff ton 74
llllinoi 93 Wisconsin 54
Michigan St. 71 Northwetemn I
AUiance 74 Thiel 68
Bradley 72 St. Loui 65
Butler 92 Notre Dame 89
Wichita 65 Houton 63
Detroit 68 Loyola (Til.) 68
SW.' Mo. Tchr 82 St. Michid'
William JeweU T4 Drury 38
tOUTHWIST
Kansas St. 75 Oidahoma 55
Tulsa 78 North Texas St. 60
Oklahoma St. at lew St: 54
West: Texas St 84 Ariioaa 78
-Arii..St, U. 86 Hardin-Simmoni 74
" r. WISTl'-:'.
Colorado 65 Kansas 58
Portland 69 Regis 64
College of Idaho 57 Willamette 47
Washington 75 Southern Calif. 55

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Frank Leves of Balboa High
School tied the interscholastic rSc
ord for the 70 yd. high hurdles
with a time of 9.S. The relay team
of John Morris, Phil Cage. Buzz
RathgeberV and Charles French
cam fairly close te a record in
the 440 relay event with a time of
46.2. Tha tater scholastic record
45.3.'
The next triandular meet wffl be
held. Hope Stadinte on the
night of Feb. 24. Times ar usual usually
ly usually slower 'at Mt. Hone, but the
competition will be keen.
The results:
Runnioa I vents
70 yd. H.H.F. Leves (BUS) d
Pajak (BHS) B. Gibson (JC) D.
Humphrey (CHS) 95
100 yd C French (BHS) J. Mor
ris (BHS) B. Ruthgeber (BHS) J.
vamez (UHS) io.4
Mile-J. Lorenzo (CHS) A. La
gassit (BHS) R. Sterling (CHS)
ft.. Majors (iJHS) 4:57.4
440 H. Tompkins (CHS) C. New
hard (CHS) D. Adams (BHS)
Baggot (BHS) 55.0
440 relay J. Morris P Chage
B. Rathgeber C. French (BHS)
46.2
(2nd Place) S. Toussieh. J. Gar.
cia J. Snodgrass, S. Leves (BHS)
iso uh. o. Humphrey (CHS)
W Woodruf (CHS) T. Days (BHS)
a. Marquara w) zi.7
880 G. rvinc (CHS) D. Scott
(BHS) Sanders (CHS) E. Sua
rez (BHS) 2:07.3
220 H. Torrtpkijs (CHS) P. Cage
ibhs) b. Aatngeoer (BHS) 24.0
Sprint Med. J. Valdez. W Wood
ruff, C. Newhard, crooke. (CHS)
iteiay bus uisyuAUFiED
Field Ivents
Shot Put-J. Deslondes ( JC)
Snodgrass (BHS) G. Garcia (BUS)
u. uarcia (BHS) R. Favorite (C
H5) 43'8"
Discus B. Gibson ( JC) J. Des
londes (JC) G. French (BHS) K.
ftuiig (CHS) 139'8W"
High Jump McGraff (JC) N.
Pedserson (JC) J. Garcia (BHS)
U. AKlams (BHS) 5'8Vi"
Pole Vault P. Cage (BHS)
(jrooKe (JU .m. Detsak (BHS) J
Searcy (BHS) 9'6" 1
Broad Jump S. Toussieh (BHS)
B. Gibson (JC) J. Morris (BHS)
d. rajan (BHS) 2110"
'
Along The Fairways
AMADOR WOMIN COL FIRS
a large group of women were
out to participate in last Thurs
day's Ladies' Day at Amador.
The tournament wtaa low net
medal play and Germy Serm and
Chris De Link tied for the first
Place la the nrat flight with 64'a
Pearl Trim's 72 won second place
and Alyce French came in third
with a 74.
- In the second flight Foy Fraun
enneini won r.rst place with a 62
B. Hurr eaptured second place
with a 65, and MiUy Mud grave
66 took third nlace.
Ethel Perantie won the weekly
low putt tournament with 33 mitts,
, It la expected that there will.be
another big turnout for'. this week'
cw. am on tousisaineBV.
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Sy with 31 victories, begins a io io-ay
ay io-ay suspension Wednesday, for
rough riding In tha fourth race
here last Saturday. The suspen
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on A Dragon Killer this ttararaay
in the 3100;000 added Widener

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Ike Wants Dulles as Secretary of State
As Long as He Feels Like Carrying On

; WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 (UPI) President Eisenhower
stay on as secretary of state as long as he feels like carry
knowledge of foreign affairs.
The President said doctors have assured him that the
He said he has not discussed specifically with anyone
A hernia operation last Friday disclosed that Dulles ha
Eisenhower said he and Dulles agreed during a talk a
the United States and its Allies should go right ahead in th
the-Berlin crisis and German problems.

Eisenhower said Dulles is back backed
ed backed up bv a competent second eche echelon
lon echelon at the State Department.
He said that as long as Dulles
heart and mind remained at the
service of the American people,
negotiation details were not de dependent
pendent dependent n the secretary s condi condi-tion.
tion. condi-tion. On tht Berlin crisis itself, the
President said that if there is
any shooting on this issue it will
be the Russians who start it.
He said the United States and

said today he wants cancer-strickn -John Foster Dulles to
ing on because he has no equal-in-the-world in wisdom arid
secretary's heart and mind are not affected by his disease,
the possibility of a successor for' the ailing secretary.,
s a recurrence of cancer which first struck him in 1956.
t the Army's Walter Reed Medical Center yesterday that
eir preparations for high level negotiations with Russia on

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its allies are firmly determined to
carry out their responsibilities
under 1949 agreements for the in independence
dependence independence and welfare of the
oeople of West Berlin.
If any force is used, the Presi President
dent President said, it would have to be the
Communists exercising it in an ef effort
fort effort to block the Allies from car carrying
rying carrying out their duty to the West
Berliners.
The President made i( clear that
the United States and its Allies
intend to continue to supply
Communist-encircled West Berlin
even if the Russians go through
with their threat to turn over to
the East Germans by May 27 .con .control
trol .control of East Berlin and the access
route to West Berlin.
Soviet Premier nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev said in a speech disclosed
today that if the Allies tried to
shoot their way into Berlin, it
would mean the beginning of
war.
Eisenhower told newsmen that
the Russian leader must be talk talking
ing talking about shooting' to stop the
United States because the west western
ern western allies have not said anything
about shooting their way into Berlin.

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Heading the list of candidates -sides, of the Isthmus, at T P.m.

for upcoming Local 90, AFL-CIO I Feb. 27.

elections in the name of Harold I

W. Rerrie, chairman of the admi-.
nistrative' oommiittee of the u u-nion;
nion; u-nion; who is bidding for the office
of president.

Winner will be determined by

the highest number of 'votes cast

by the total membership. Regional.!

offices will be determined by the
high totals cast within each re-

Alfonso Phillips is also a can-fSJon. v

didate for the top office of the loc

al union.,;

Spokesmen for the Local said an

unusually large number of candi candidates
dates candidates are listed for the' lections
scheduled for Feb. 24 to Feb. 26.

Those listed for! vice-president

are Saturnin Mauge, Purcell Gil-

more and Jorge J. Long.

For Atlantic region vice-presid

ent: Peter Alexis, George Row Rowland
land Rowland and Purcell Gilmore. For, Pa-

cific region vice-president; Philip
Walker, Peart Ford and Grafton
Conliffe.

For executive secretary: Philip

Henry, Reginald Callender and
Patna Brown. .For treasurer: Syl Sylvester
vester Sylvester Callender, "Raymond
George and Pearl Ford.

Atlantic Atlantic region tary:

George Rowland, Florence Tho

mas and Sylvia Stoute. For Paci

fic Region secretary: Mola Al-

phonse, Edmund Joseph and By

ron Lee.

Three trustees will be elected
from the following group of six
candidates: Charles Edwards,

Richard Chilcott, Florence Tho

mas, Reuben Stewart, Hilton D.
Perkins and Vincent Julio Ara.
Oficial ballots will be delivered

to all members eligible to vote
prior to Feb. 24. Ballots will con

tain a full printed list of candi

dates and offices they are running

for.
Officials are making a special

effort to have the maximum num

ber of members participate in the
elections. All members paid hp on
Jan. 31 date of record may vote.
Ballots must be returned to the
election committee on or before
midnight of Feb. 26. The vote tally
will be made at a general mem membership
bership membership meeting, to be held at both

t STUDENTS MUST WORK
BUDAPEST (U1PI) High
school students here were told

yesterday they must work in

factories several hours a week.
Th official news agency MTI

said the .vork plan was ordered

by officials of the Communist

government. The agency said stu
dents welcomed the plan.

Elective officers serve one-year

terms.

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CTV-SIX MEMBERS el tht United States Air Force Band ar

rived on Albrook Air Force Base yesterday. The Band, which has
just completed playing engagements in nine Latin American'

countries is scneauiea to piay in tne wauonai stadium in rana rana-ma
ma rana-ma this evening and at Beam Stadium at Albrook tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. Above (left to right) is Col. George S. Howard, conductor
of Uie USAF Band being met upon arrival by Col. N. E. Powel;
chief of staff for the Caribbean Air Command. (Official USAF
Photo)
President Hears AF Band Tonight;
Public Can Fill Up Stadium Free

Priority will be given howev however
er however to persons holding tickets.
President de la Guardia has is issued
sued issued invitations to the following:

The president of the Supreme

Court and.; Mrs. Ricardo A. Mora Morales:
les: Morales: thewpresident of thai Nation

al, Assembly and Mrs.' Eligto

i;respo; tne Minister of EQuca EQuca-tion
tion EQuca-tion and Mrs. Carlos Sucre! the

Minister jof Government and Jus

tice and Mrs. Max Heurtematte?
Commander Bolivar Vallarino, of
the Guardia Nacional and Mrs.
Vallarino; the Papal Nuncio, His
Excellency Luigi Punolor Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador and Mrs. Harrington; Lt.
Gen. and Mrs.. Ridgely Gaither ;
Maj. Gtn. and Mrs. Truman H.
Landon; Maj. Gen. and Mrs.
Charles L. Dasher, and Gov. and

Mrs. w. E. Potter.

President Ernesto de la Guar

dia Jr., and other Panmaanain of of-ficals
ficals of-ficals and members of the diplo

matic corps will be m attendance
tonight at 730 for the concert by
the U.S. Air Force Band at the
National Stadium.

The President's party will in

clude U.S. Ambassador and Mrs.

Julian F.' Harrington.

About 500 reserved seats
were set aside to be sohJ at $1
to help defray expenses.
These have been practically

sold out. Anyone wishing to ob

tain the few choice seats remain

ing may telephone Mr. Lonteen at
USIS 3-0340. The 10,000-free tick tickets
ets tickets printed have all been picked

up, so a capacity audience is as

sured.
With all free tickets exhausted
and no time to print more, the
Panamanian-North American As As-ciation
ciation As-ciation and the Fine Arts Depart Department
ment Department of the Ministry of Educa Education
tion Education announced today that the
general public will be admitted
without tickets within the capaci capacity
ty capacity of the stadium".

Turkish Premier
Enroute To London
Injured In Crash

LONDON (UPI) A special

airliner flying Turkish Premier
Adnan Memderes and his official

party to the Cyprus peace coraer coraer-ence
ence coraer-ence here crashed and burned

late yesterday in a fog-shrouded
woods while coming in for a land

ing at Gatwick Airport, 30 miles
south of London. Me'nderes surviv survived,
ed, survived, with minor injuries.

The British Ministry of Trans Transport
port Transport and Civil Aviaton reported
last night that 10 of the 20 per persons
sons persons aboard ware killed -and the
10 other injured.
The Turkish premier was jgiVen
first aid treatment near the crash
scene and was then driven into
the capital for furtfver examina examination
tion examination at the London clinic.

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AFL-CIO MarcHers May
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CIO was reported-today to, be eonsiderinr X idea of inHin
"shock troops", to Wwhlngton to dramatise thS nllrht f J7i
five miUion unemployed Americans. B,er'l
v Union leaders believed an AFI-CIO-sponsored march vom.u!L
ington by special bus and train might spur FedSai SctStt
stimulate the economy -, "f. ,ctio
- Walter Renther, chairman of the executlre' council's cotimft
poUcy committee, wa: reported to favor the wS.hS?0
Placed before the committee at sTlength, lELE?t3P& Wi?

va.) proposed that toe Houii
Labor Committee,, InvestiM

unemployment.

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administration -not.: realize Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey inM
htm' KIT m .nnnlAmtum c v. 1 7. . "-K

Reuther said. "We ; have to use

some shock treatment Ato wake

up ur government.:

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ton have been fairly-common
since "Coxev'a Armv'r made the

trip in ia4. Troops were call-

ea am 10 -aisDerse tne last ma

jor effort the "bonus march"

in ivm.

Navy Might Have
Missed On A-Power
Vessels-fiickover

RALEIGH,' N.CL- (UPI)-Vice

Aom, Hyman- G. Rickover said
last mght the -Maw mieht have

missed the boat aaf devolopment
of a tomic -powered ships without
the prodding of congressional

comminee, t t
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Rickover, often r called the 'fa 'father"
ther" 'father" of the ; atomic submarine,
praised the House Senate Atomic
energy Committee in a speech

prepared for a forum at North

Carolina State College,
As in the past, Rickover copy

righted his speech, which dealt
mainly with his crkal view of

present-day educational methods,

He also attached a note to the

text saying the speech represent represented
ed represented bis own ideas "and does not

necessarily reflect the views of

the secretary of the Navy or the
department of the Navy,"
Rickover paid tribute to Rep.
Carl Durham (D-N.C), top-ranking
house member of the joint
committee.
"Without- the support that the

committee's members .have un-

tamngiy given to my "roup con conversation
versation conversation of our fleet to atomic
energy would have been elavmt

and might have cornel too late to

he of any practical use to the
United States," he said.

TO BUILD HOTEL
NEW YORK (UPI) William
Zeckendorf chairman of Zecken Zecken-dorf
dorf Zecken-dorf Hotels Corp., has announced
plans to construct the first major
new hotel o go up m New York
City in 28 years. Zeckendorf said
the 48-story structure would cost
66 million dollars and would con contain
tain contain 2,000 rooms.

Va.) proi

vestiga-ea

Then are 'about ax diff.

nt practice that ar causX
ing unemployment,'', ha toat
the committee, f V 'TSI
He ; mentioned apeclflcaiiv lfv'
drop, in.i exports, ; award of m
government turbine contract S
, J1 tanker5 carry
tog 100,000 barrels of f uel til

from Humania. ;
-Chairman Graham A, Bardelil
D-N.C;) aaid such an inoukS

miBns mvaae the jurisdictioh'
those dealing with tnrm

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