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
normalized irregular

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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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University of Florida
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President Ernesto de la Cuardia Jr. has reportedly prom-

' ised the Panama Chamber of Commerce a quick solution to
'the problem -ofviUeged- mishandling of city funds.
In a communique issued today, the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce asked the 15 Panama City Councilmen and their
alternates to temporarily resign their positions until an in investigation
vestigation investigation ordered by Attorney General Hermogenes de la
Rosa is ionieted- -Su-.:...-"-
. Meanwhile,1; ant "open town rhieetiri.-whch got under underway,
way, underway, at 2 pm," yesterday was still going today with the deT
monstrators occupying Cjty HaTI and clamoring for the re removal
moval removal c4 the, councilmen.
The councilmen, on the other hand, are also holding
permanent meeting today at an undisclosed site.

" A 48-liour- eneral strike
aimed at forcing' resignations
of the council waa being ask asked
ed asked oy; demonstrators.
Former-Assembly ; Deputy Ho Ho-mero
mero Ho-mero Velaaques, sought by Se Secret
cret Secret Police -in connection with
yesterday's, noon? attackroiE Ta4
did announcer amoniereirwd
was cauehtr4n3as3Jd:fctetag
held awaitlngr:Tormarc!&8,fgei. 4

s Wis Drpiner,- Marj yeiasqiiea,
si City Councilman- reported to
., have done the actual .beating
'-while Homero, stood by witrr a
gun, Is jrumored to have taken
refuge in the Canal' Zone.
i"-" r-crowu '-estimated-'-'at.'-.be
- tween 200 and $00 waa'gither waa'gither-"
" waa'gither-" ed In. cathedral Plaza and a a-round.City
round.City a-round.City hall at -noontime.
People were orderly,'; but .some
tension was noticeable'.-
Yesterday's popular demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration against the Council was spark sparked
ed sparked by the attack on radioman Pe Pereira
reira Pereira at Radio Mia; fgt, some days
Pereira had. been outspokenly at at-'
' at-' tacking the Council for alleged
misuse of funds for the "improve "improvement
ment "improvement of Urrack Park (at the cor corner
ner corner of Balboa and Federico Boyd
Avenues) and other irregularities,
including graft by some members.
The station, jwss on the air yes yesterday
terday yesterday when. tha. Velasquez, broth brothers
ers brothers arrived;'isteners: heard some
of the fracas, including discharge
of guna by the. assailants. Pereira
also pulled a gun and fired after
the car in which 1 the attackers
2 fled. iJ'y: , s
Still bloody, from a head injury,
, Pereira went.on .theiair at once.
T He called his supporters to. report
P- to City HaB. Thehr ranka were soon
swelled to several" thousand.
Radio Mia operates on a mom-
borsMs basis undor which poo poo-plo
plo poo-plo pay SO cents monthly for eor eor-tain
tain eor-tain welfare sorvicoa.
At first the 'crowd was in an ug ugly
ly ugly mood, and .Some, carried' sticks.
Central AVesue -merchants hastily
shuttered their Windows.

Singh And Singh
Hoi lye-jp eS
Couri'RliBofe
Two mien were convicted today

, in Balboa "Magistrate's' Court of

disturbine- the peace, by fighting.
Both wofflptly gave erslr notice
nf intent to appeal the conviction.
BhaJi?Singh,:72, 5snd tlfishatt
Singh, 52, both East, Indian, were
the two men charged and convict convicted
ed convicted of fightmg oc Espalaba -Street
in Paraiso Tuesday night. They
are not related.,
(Wum Sinnh-was f med $15 ivt
t,.o .Tohn G. Deming. The sec
ond man wa fined $25, and sen sentences
tences sentences to five days in jaU.
it .... t at $40 for. esca
A-t-A.,t: uThft anoeal wiU be

heart t t.S. DibtriA CourtrAn-
. con,- "csr'.'T:
- Traffic Restricted
On Madden Road
To Install-Culvert

a 'The aectloit bf Madden Road

extending from the Trans-Isthmian
Highway crossing to Mad Madden
den Madden Dam will be 'jplosed to
throueh traffic tor about SO
davs beginning Feb.' 24. it has
: announced by the maintenance
division, ,-."
The restriction "of traffic In
that area will be necessary to
permit-' maintenance division
1 forces to Install; a. six-by-six-foot
box culvert about 300 yards
f north of Roque Crossing.
; -Access to "Madden Dam' and
' ChUlbrevwill be over the Trana Trana-Isthmlan
Isthmlan Trana-Isthmlan Highway to the Mad Madden
den Madden Dam crossing.

HOMEWARD VIA

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Pereira himself went "to City
Hall and called for order His ef efforts
forts efforts are credited with having pre prevented
vented prevented the crowd from storming
the building.
One poster, a large piece of
cardboard, had a hangman's rope
attacheceto -Kr Its- message said :
Council the' hangman's noose."
' Chief -,-spealfert yesterdajr was
Guiliermo Marquez Briceni a lo local
cal local attorney best known as spokes
man for ex-President Jose Kamon
Guirado at his imneachment trial
in 1955 following the assassihaon
Various ethars tpoka, including
uvaral ttudent ladtr soma of
whom brought tho Unitod Statts
Into thoir doiwnciatiens.
In the end. a so-called "Revolt
tionary Municipal Junta" headed
by Bnceno was formed.
Attei'ne'Cetal.tierinogenei
de la Bosa was called into consul consultation.
tation. consultation. He gave a pledge that none
of the councilmen or women will
be permitted to enter City Hall
until the charges have been Inves Investigated
tigated Investigated and some solution reached.
This decision was later con
firmed by President Ernesto de la
Guardia. Jr..; who had also sent
word the National Guard would not
interfere with the demonstration.
Inasmuch as the Council, was
voted in by popular election, they
cannot be removed by executive
decree, legal sources said today.
Apparently a judicial indictment
.on specific charges against individ
uals is required before official action-
can be taken against them.
Meanwhile 12 of the 15 City
Councilmen mot In a private
homo and signed a statement.
They, termed the stand" of the
Attorney General "arbitrary," and
said they were determined to stav
in office, adding they had never
opposed an investigation of the
handling, of city funds.
The group also branded yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's gathering a "grotesque
comedy" and said they saw no
cause to inflame public passions
over a "personal incident."
Those j- signing the- statement
were Mario Velasquez, the alleg alleged
ed alleged attacker, Samuel Lewis Galin Galin-do,
do, Galin-do, Rene Luciani,, Juan M, Marti Martinez,
nez, Martinez, Hernando Martiz, Germinal
Sarasqueta, Eduardo Stagg, Jr.,
Jose Rogelio Arias," Jr., Carmen
Arosemena, Luis Branca, Luis del
Rio and Ricardo Gaitan.
The three Councilmen who did
not sign tne statement were Ma Mario
rio Mario de la Guardia, Manuel de J.
Espinosa and Carlos Pretelt.
GUMBS Juvtt Fob. 19 c. Md'F,
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ANNOUNCER SLUGGED Radio announcer Ramon Pereira, hit
face still, bloody, la greeted by student leader Andres Csntillo

(left) after he was beaten with a

Velasquez, tallowing radio broadcast yesterday.

"tet tht people

Eisenhower Flies
South For Visit
In Siinny Mexico
AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 18 (UPD
President Eisenhower left behind
drizzling rain and snow today as
uc wuinea across the Rio Grande
into sunny Mexico for a two-day
informal get-acquainted chat at
eav Acapulco with Mexico's new
president, Adolfo Lopes Mateos.
Eisenhower hoped to be able to
trade his heavy topcoat and hat
for short sleeves when he arrived
at the glittering Pacific resort for
a leisurely lunch aboard Lopez
Mateos's yacht, .'.v.; ;
The President made an over overnight
night overnight rest stop at Bergstrom Air
Force Base near Austin to break
his 2,200 mile journey from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, ;
Presidential press secretary
James Hagerty said Eisenhower
"up very early today". He appear appeared
ed appeared rested and jaunty as he turned
and waved in the chilly rain to a
crowd of base officials and enlist enlisted
ed enlisted men.
Eisenhower's concentrated exer exercise
cise exercise in person-to-person diplomacy
was scheduled to begin when he
lands at Acapulco to be greeted by
Lopez Mateos and other officials of
the Mexican governments
IONE PLACARD carried during
yesterday's demonstration vat
P'zarr calls for
"hanging for the robbers of the
council.''
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blackjack oy councilman Mario

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PANAMA, R. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY1 19, 1959

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A LONE para trooper iwings In forx landing at Exercise
Banyan Tree t Rio Hato. The Bpf)e tSroup Jumped as,sched-

Hled at 7:30 .nv ; t

" PARATROOPERS trf the 2nd Battle- Group, 501st Infantry regroup after landing on Rio
Hato airfield at' Exercise Banyan Tree. They made the Jump after a direct flight from Fort.
Bragg M.C. Banyan Tree is part of the Caribbean Command's training program of defense
of the Panama Canal. (U.B. Army Photo).

Ike Would Prevent
From Using Dulles'

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (UPI)
The Administration is aeter aeter-mined
mined aeter-mined to prevent Russia from
nnToitinir the illness of Secre
tary of state jonn osier tiv tiv-les
les tiv-les te gain an advantage In the
Ttorllrt r rials.
President Elsenhower made it
clear yesterday that there win
Red Naval Vessels;
China Nationalists
Clash In Strait
TAIPEI, Formosai Feb. 19
(UPD Communisl and Na
tionalist Chinese naval vessels
clashed In the Formosa strait
today Inthe first sea -engagement
since last fall, the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Defense, Ministry ; an announced.
nounced. announced. -'-''..yA-vV-va-,; w;-.'' ;
K spokesman: said 1 one Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist patrol frigate engaged
20 small Communist craft near
Matsuan offshore island group
held by the Nationalists. r
He said both sides, fired but
hi .did not know the results.

tULY NEWSPAPER

" f)V' 1 ""r

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country 1$ $efs" Abraham Lincoln.

be-no i softening of the alllfed
nosit.lon in the face of Soviet
Premier, Niklta S. Khrushchev's
statement that there would be
war4f the western powers tried
to shoot their cay through a
Communis, blockade.
. Diplomatic quarters interpret interpreted
ed interpreted Khrushchev's statement as
a Russian attempt to throw a
monkey wrench into allied stra stra-t.eir
t.eir stra-t.eir and nresent the west with
a new challenge while Dulles is
.hospitalized.
Th President told his news
conference that Khrushchev
"must he talking about shoot
ing to stop us from doing our
auty." sasennower aaaea;
J,We are not sayirig that we
are going to shoot our way into
Berlin., we say we are Just go going
ing going to go ,and continue carry carrying
ing carrying out Our responsibilities .
so that if we are stopped it will
be somebody else using force."
v The President also emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized that Dulles will continue to
help guide U.S. foreign policy
from his hospital bed t Walter

Missing, 6 Others

Down

Maj. Ralph E. Carpenter of Ft. Kobbe tried to take the
Panama Canal from Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command today.

After calling in the longest-haul paratroop reinforce

ments in US military history,

points this afternoon in the Rio Hato arena, where the
televised contest is being decided.

Some 1)60 paratroopers of

fldwn approximately 2000 miles from Ft. Bragg, N.C., in

non-stop seven-hour flight in 21 C-130 transports,

made a ner-flawless jump at

Gaither from Carpenter's clutches.

One paratrooper who left
proached Rio Hato from the
time. Six others were flown

ges Hospital with minor injuries. Only two of them one

with a broken foot and the
injuries1 are expected to be

Experienced paratroop oncers declared the Operation

Banyan Tree jump to have

operations In their knowledge.

Unofficial sources, said one sol
dier was killed in an accident in
volving a jeep taking part in the
exercises.
Carpenter was commanding the
Aggressor Force which, as it does
every couple of years ojr so, lands
in the Rio Hato area with un-
Jfrlendl
anaiwa".an.(bk.
Lest the ci
dropping in perfect conditions not
lone after sunrise, were una Die to
contain the rampaging Carpenter,
Gaither summoned planeload aft after
er after planeload of soldiers and equip equipment
ment equipment from his Canal Zone bases.
Streams of C-123 transports slap
ped down on the bumpy, umm umm-proved
proved umm-proved landing area, discharged
Russians
Condition
Reed Army Medical Center
where he starts undergoing ra radiation
diation radiation treatment for .cancer
tomorrow.
2nd Nuclear Sub
Swordfish Added
To Pacific Fleet
WASHINGTON, Feb 19 (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A second nuclear-powered subma submarine,
rine, submarine, the 2,310-ton Swordfish, will
be added to the Pacific fleet in
April.
The Navy announced the Sword Sword-fish
fish Sword-fish will shift its home port from
Portsmouth, NJL, to Pearl Har Harbor,
bor, Harbor, Hawaii. :
- The nuclear-powered submarine
Sargo, which was built at the
Mare Island, Calif., Naval Ship Shipyard,
yard, Shipyard, already is on duty with the
Pacific fleet.
The Atlantic fleet ha three
atom-subs Nautilus,, Sea wolf and
Skate,- all tailing out of New Lon London,
don, London, Consj,

rack Waratroopers,' mirts-''"frtfm the Canal V

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Throughout the world H
more people buj ? r
Seagrams YO. ferli i
than any other .;r ; V
imported whisky, Ld r
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Injuries

Gaither was leading on
the 82nd Airborne Division,
Rio Hato in a bid to rescue
his plane too early, as it ap
sea, was still missing at press
from the drop zone to Gor
other with possible internal
detained.;
been one of the smoothest
their load in a few seconds, and
took off again through the dust
tornadoes they themselves had
created to pick up another load.
Later today there were to be ,ae ,ae-rial
rial ,ae-rial refuelling demonstrations, and
a demonstration of the Chopper

John ?-t, an Honest 2 ...John ijnjiljitv

brought such a weapon with them.
An estimated 2000 spectators, ci
vilian and military, official and
unofficial, invited and uninvited,
young and old, male and female
were also in full retreat by mid
atfernoon, heading home by road
or air after enjoying a well-plan
ned, : smoothly -executed military
show.
Several strategically w placed
antinat en the road hem were
reportedly succumbod to those
retreating forces. It was hot and
; dry and dusty at Rio Hato by
midday.
Before the. paratroops leaped,
the Carpenter-held area round the
drop zone was softened up by over-the-shoulder
simulated atom bomb
ing by B-57 Canberras from the
835th Air Division of the Tactical
Air Command at Langley Air
Force Base, Va.
Then supersonic F-100 Supersa Supersa-bre
bre Supersa-bre day fighters screeched in,
combing Carpenter's simulated un unfortunates
fortunates unfortunates with simulated bombing
and strafing runs, to further soften
up the opposition before the record record-range
range record-range paratropers came in on
schedule to the second.
No such softening up operations
preceded the earlier landing of
several planeloads of correspon correspondents,
dents, correspondents, VIPs and assorted observ observers
ers observers on the regular Rio Hato strip.
Planners of the exercise are report
ed to have assumed these individ
uals to be soft enough already.
The protagonists in Operation
Banyan Tree weigh in like this:
CARPENTER; In The Dusty, Or
Rio Hato, corner :
Co. B, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry Regiment;
Co. C, 1st Battle Group, 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment;
Reconnaissance Platoon, 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group,J20th Infantry Regiment;
One platoon, 518th Engineering
Compnay. US Army Caribbean;
Three T-33 jets of Caribbean Air
Command.
GAITHER, In Tha Brassy, Or
Quarry Heights, Corner:
Headquarters Element, US Army
Caribbean:'
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry
Regiment, US Army Caribbean:
2nd Battle Group (reinforced),
501st Airborne infantry Regiment,
82nd Airborne Division;
Headquarters Element, Carib
bean Air Command;
Eighteen F100D Supersabre jet
fighters;
Twelve B-57 Canberra tactical jet
bombers;
Fourteen KB-50 air-refuelling air
craft;
Thirty seven C-130 Hercules jet-
prop freight and troop-carrying
transports;
Fifty C-123 Provider assault
landing aircraft.
Altogether more than 5000 sol soldier
dier soldier and airmen ara involved
in Operation Banyan Tree. There
was scant pro-fight betting on
Carpenter having more of them
than Gaither.
Operation Banyan Tree pre
sumes that Carpenter s cohorts
have been at war with the Uniter1
States for six months, but are sttl'
containing within their invasio
noints on the east coast of the US
Captured enemy reports and
documents have shown that the
enemy's plans Include an inva-

ftTK cunt Ot

-rt
sion of Central America, aimed at
capturing the Panama Canal even
belore the short-term improve-.
ments have been put into effect. 1
xne enemy's views on a 50-50
split of Canal revenues have not
been obtained, nor does he ap
pear to have heard of Pentaeon-1
prophesies that the next war will will-last
last will-last only a few days at the most.
nor wai rocxec ana. rou em reg
iments .y Elvis Presley is nart. of
the watch of the Rhine.
,i
Last Tuesday, unnoticed by
a surprising number of Zo Zo-nians,
nians, Zo-nians, submarine-launched

missiles battered Canal Zona v
military installations, while
troop-carrying enemy subma-
rines landed forces-near Rio, -Hato,
as is their custom. May
.be stories have leaked about
the Santa Clara fertility rites
come Easter.
Two companies of the 1st
Group, 20th Infantry, Ft. Kob-
be, (Carpenter's Own) which
had been training at Rio Hato

ocxoiB tne aiiacK, delayed the
Aggressor's march towards the
undamaged Canal. v tW
Operation Banyan Tree scena scenario.
rio. scenario. .....
Panamanian National nnnr
units (Lilo's own) in the area
rJ Pnama
City.'IOWStiIv with nrAiflont I

?ni.pnrae;pollce.(Dar
rrHoeri's Own) manned nositinn

manned Dositions
for Internal
security of Canal
Installations.
Remnants of the US armed
forces (Rldgley's Own) were as assembled
sembled assembled for action against the
aggressor.
By Wednesday the Aggressor
drive had been blunted byJ- a
combination of the efforts ".of
the two 20th Infantry battle
companies and the allur nf tha
Santa Clara Casino, but further
Aggressor forces were beina
landed, having arrived in trans transports
ports transports disguised as neutral
freighter.
Gaither called Washington
for reinforcements. Th 'Pan.
tagon promptly sent him about
au scatesiae Dress renre.enf.
tives, 75 military observers from
oiaiesiae, and the troops whCi
arrived later and in rather 1m
comfort this morning.
Each wave of C-130's dropped
its paratroopers a little nearer
the stand than the
wave. The exercise could ram.
ly have been arranged mors
conveniently for the spectators
lne L-1238, operating out ef
Howard and Albrook Fields,
make like a racetrack-hound
stream of chivas as they thump,
ed down into the battle area, un unloaded,
loaded, unloaded, and got off in a hurry.
The Panama Cannl Kro. rwk.
had apparently abandoned rt hen
posts en masse upon getting war i
that Carpenter was coming)," the
diplomatic corns, miiitarw ii-ci
from hither and yon, and taspa
yers quaiquiepas got a spectacular,
clearly explained demonstration
this morning of US hitting power
far from the continental hn
line. Fidel Castro's current conM-
gent on the Isthmus annarontTu
have nothing to learn. Not a beard
inBanyan, by the naked ere.-
Mai. Gen. Hamilton nwi n
who made his 15th jump this
morning, estimates that this morn morning's
ing's morning's record seven-hour flitrht In.
drop none could be pxtpnrW.fn
12 or 15 hours without the para paratroops
troops paratroops losing their combat effi
ciency.
He noted, however tha
hour rough trio could take mnrt
out of the paratroops than a 15
hour smooth triD.
Bng. Gen. James W. Couts.
chief of staff, Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, who has been associated
with paratroopine since Leonado
de Vinci was making his earlv ex experiments
periments experiments off the Leaning Towet
of Pisa, could recall few opera-
tions which went more smoothly
than Operation Banvan Tree:
The approximately 2500 State Stateside
side Stateside GIs. naratroooers nndthe
airborne infantrymen who com com-nrised
nrised com-nrised nart of the C-123 deliveries
to Gaither, will he eettmel local
leave hefn-e flvine nnrthi'H -and
snow-ward back to their Stateside
bases.
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SEND SUPPLIES -v, 1
SINGAPORE (UPI)-Ail spare
medical supplies and vitamins
sboard he U.S. cruiser Bremer
ton were rushed by plaae
yesterday to aid victims el
floods in Indonesia. The cruiser -arrived
er! Wednesday for a'
three-day visuV

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THURSDAY, FEBRUAKT 19, 19SI

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vjiut' ev. letter are ub'iih' Ir tfce order received.
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LATINS LOOK FORWARD

'Jan. 28 this newspaper carried on page 14 .n Mk"

Afcans who w"rLSntheC.itu.tionS under which Latm. must
V'The Americans who read the article in. question might just say
tMt tere S Snother "illustrious senator'' giving ease to his senti senti-2St?
2St? senti-2St? which no not matter too much a. they represent the opinion
$J
Utfn Amer c.en agltatfon fs Communist Aspired that

aarto save what we caU free worlo, en

what we call free world, men ine.uiue wj jrrague. in nraie, ior examine,
win uarn to our dismay that our enemies are not necessar- fridges and his fellow traveler,
will learn to our uismj 1 nnt vel mean- Kv.;,..,,tor wiiiiam r.a,iar wore

insful in their own term!. .,nrm.nre hv our Bov

fJSSg3 try to attack the problems through stable and
sound solutions; th.:P ciiure tnd their hefl-
However, our J KJtii.t Panama-
tage can be rtJf"f"u ,uch when a stranger comes to
mans need no longer stand for such as men ..Antf.Propagandi..
our own country to insult us Raesconsideration.. (MaU Box,
(M3?-BJW&lZ.aa box. Feb. 2) for they an-

Jan. 23) ana io , terms

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIISEL
That waterfront beatnik, JBarry
1n Nnse" Bridces. whose DOW-

errul Longshore ana rVarenouse L

nioa operates Aiongsiae our mo
sensitive Pacific aeense installa installations,
tions, installations, has been conferrins almost

nightly jd Europe with the lead

ers of Communist units aeaicatea
to the defamation, the very de destruction
struction destruction of the U.S.

Amone those Bridces has met

"since he flew out of New York's

Trade Unions. There re U. S.

Government reports which refer
to this WFTU as a "conduit" oi

money and manpower for tn

weakening of our military and

naval strength. And uia cniei .ir
lan Dulles has. just dubbed the
WFTU a sinister power."
There are a thousand dossiers
on the destructive efforts of
WFTU agents assigned to create
unrest in vital U.S. bases rang

ing from palm-fronded rocket rocket-tracking
tracking rocket-tracking stations in the West In Indies
dies Indies to Strategic Air Command

retaliatory airfields in Near East

ern deserts.

i
Amarentlv Brother Bridges is

not at all disturbed that he will
be known by the comrades he

kept in each cily on a semi-circle
swinging trom Rome to the Hear
East and up to Moscow m

Prague. In Rome, for example,

Gusher

which I approve

,wered "A"n-"" P"e;d,"s" letter showed a lack of ed

Propaganda" do research netorewruu.s discord

ISSEt' Perhaps at the age of 55 the US was much more developed
rhln Panami T Undoubtedly these advantages were gained
SbJ cZ'pared Jth almost any other JjSVSSSii
' Instead of erfticii ng my country, why does Anti Propaganaa
not do somethinif to make the place where he now lives better for
SfLewTd his family' Let him join the Panamanian-North Amer Amer-kan
kan Amer-kan AssiaUon 'which is a non-profit institution organized unde
Sivlaws of th Republic of Panama. Otherwtf lefom hold, his
sech when he wishes to degrade Panama, a small' country trying
t0 PcWould dtetTny "Sing problem, that need be corrected, in
the US One should look to clean one's own backyard before trying
t0CnieTO pnama Co"lpany'
once sa d a a program in the Paraiso gymnasium that people use
the Mail Box for unnecessary purposes. I hope he realizes that when
writers like "Anti-Propaganda" express tbr opinions, we who are
hurt are entitlA to respond justly to untMeJmM-cW
At the safl":time. Palloucci can see frofft thirlerthat w. bIso
use the MaU Box to commend such Americans as Senator Kennedy,
who sees the needs of cur people and tries to respond as best he can.
Why don't Canal Zonians stop meddling in Panamanian affairs
and let us grow and feel free to manage our affairs as we see fit?
A Literate Panamanian

hra intruder William Glazier.' were

greeted by two important Commu

nist cniets. notn are vvuiu mem members.
bers. members. One doubles as a Commu Communist
nist Communist Party member of the Italian
Parliament. Both have a vitriolic
hatred of the U.S.

These outside the curtain Com Comrades
rades Comrades briefed Bridges on Eilro Eilro-oean
oean Eilro-oean oolitics and passed him on

to others. And so the leader of
San Franrixrn. Alaska and Hawaii

longshoremen, warehousemen and

field workers got to Mecca i
mean Moscow."
There he conferred with head

of the so-called All-Soviet Trade

Union Council. Of coirse, Bridges
may simply have been traveling
as a columnist for his union news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, "The Dispatcher." Thus
he could see first hand what he
had been praising long distance

for so long. "The Dispatcher,"

which some sav he does influence.

carried his cohimn last'Dee. 5
in which he wrote ah attack on

the U.S. position on Berlin and a
defense of the Soviet attitude.

Alongside Bridges' column m
this edition was an article blister-

ine U.S. oolicv in Leba Eevul.

Syria and Iraq and detouring a

hit tn attack Kine Hussein of Jor

dan. This is the newspaper which
is dtetributed,o teas of thousands
ortfie Wate'gid11 ''worths
I've descriha" above. Brother

Bridges will obviously not get the

FastemaK treatment

Dudu-Prone
ft BOB RUARK

MOROTO, Uganda, East Africa night along what we call a morn
a i : i a.

t A,

rjASiiii:pTc:3

HTtaoRouiiD

y DREW PEAROOM

TROUBLE IN BEARDS
Sir:
Doesn't the government of Panama have enough'. trouble with
rabble-rousers without inviting more trouble Yet they aBow these
promoters of Castro and his bloody revolfttion Jo come to Panama
and tell everybody just how they managed to overthrow their own
government.
Students of Panama and plenty of sympathizers already have
shown e-gerness w) iae over nere. The oiooay uprising in May
itoppta mem wiiy temporarily. Ail they neeu is a ittie encourage encourage-me,
me, encourage-me, i lew gum, ana a lot ot guis ana they 11 be at it again.
Yet here is the Panama 2overnment, not only allowing these
CuDans to broaacasi tueir exploits at every corner, but actually
treaung tuew ue v.Siui.g iugu.uu-.e8. dow .uuua.i cau
1 see n th.; papers that the Cuban group, beards and all. didnt
do so well at convincing the Mexicans. Perhaps they 11 be more suc successful
cessful successful at sowing their seeds of trouble here.
Let those wno admire Castro go to Cuba to get their briefings
The idolizeo Castro has gotten enough sympathy from the student
faction ui Panama. Many of them have gone so far as to develop
fuiry chin gicwths. Will the Cuban delegation give them the spark
to battic again? ;
Tne government of Panama has Invited trouble.
Bullet Shy.

In Moscow, where he arrived

Feb. 7, Bridges discussed a pan
Parifio onnfprenee of maritime u

nions. Not aB unions. Just select selected
ed selected brethren such as the pro So

viet All.Janan TWkwnrkprs Unhm:

the Waterside Workers Fede-ation
nf hie native Australia, the Ma

dras Harbor Workers Union of In

dia (affiliates with the communist-dominated
national labor fed federation
eration federation of India), and the Watpr

side Workers and Seafarers U-

nion of Indonesia.
f!all ftwthAponference in To

kvn on Am. :t!f were disDatched

by Bridges from San Francisco

last December.

Strancrelv enouzh. those of us

who follow such thines found In-1

fnrmat.trm Bulletin nf the Soviet

line Transport, Port, and Fishery
Workers, officially published by
the Commutiist WFTU, first men mentioned
tioned mentioned the proposed conference in
its October 1958 edition.

Now you may think it queer

that anyone in walking distance ot
a good, movie should spend time
readintr inch bulletins. But this

isn't like esoterically devoting

yourself to the egg-laying habits
of the whooping cranes. That
TranarjoVt Port and Fishery out

fit is nart of the Browing labor

network" which the Russians are
weaving around Asia.
Snme dav they'll Dull it tieht

and strangle the West's global

commerce. And mere win oe won

derment. Where were we when

the Russians were organizing hun

dreds of millions of workers in

militant unions in new states
which have been springing up o o-vernight.
vernight. o-vernight. We were at the movies,

of course,

The final note is mat urotner

Rridfea nower of our Pacific

tmnonnrt indnstrv. found his re

ception in Moscow so mucn warm

er than tha weather.

S-nting here in a swarm of cat-

ble on safari.

True I cannot claim the ois ois-iinct.on
iinct.on ois-iinct.on ot my gunoearer iriema,
Mwema, who Tecently had three
thilaren by stparaie wives on the
Same aay but 1 can do one thing

Mwema can't. I am an automa

tic aitracon of insects, called

generally dudu in Swahili.

To tne dudu 1 tninx l am pos possibly
sibly possibly ihe most attracuve piece oi
meat that ever hit these parts.
They have, stopped biting every everybody
body everybody else Vt) concentrate ofr me
and, as they say of pregnant la ladies,
dies, ladies, I am eating for more han
one Derson nine whkes and 24

Africans, to be exact.

It is tne first time in my ute

that any talent I ever had ha

been appreciated and l naa do oe

a Dug uecoy io gam iuc Ktujm-

l beueve it to oe a scieiuiMc
fart that rme oeoDle are acci-

detvtjnrnne. and if that is SO I am

dudu-prone. Any Dum can auraci
thines like mosquitoes, but I get

the more exotic iropny hunting

bugs. Such things as ciatu tne
black safari uAz, which crawl up
vmir hritrhfes. and woolv brown

catprniiiars whirh leave raised

1 lfl. .JJA.AM tn;i nn4

red wcits I1KC a UdtUfl u.au. on v.
which later turn pu tie and

hrnun

The tsetse fly, I believe, also
txercises a fondness for mdivi mdivi-duals
duals mdivi-duals and I have cornered the
market on tsetses. I have noticed
that they generally spear me
through clothing becaue the tse: tse:-se's
se's tse:-se's drill press hurts worse, when
he has to go through cloth to
sink his bit.
There !, a crinniifta reason for

this. When the tsetse bites naked

flesh he Doints hu lance at

the premises one night and four

uie next, ana i ao not nuna con confessing
fessing confessing that when I had to go to
tJlA al fresro CAnts' rnftm and die.

coyeired, three jpmbos with the

a' iconsderble Hime; in the little,
shakv structure, hoointf that one

of the jumbos wouldn't knock it

over out Of; carelessness if noth

ing else.
There are a couple of large,
black, naked gentlemen with
spears watching me as I write
this, and I cen tell they will be

sorry to .eo me o.

wnen tney arrivea on tne
scene they were clad in a halo
of nastv L'tle bitine flies and

now every last fly has come over
to my camp table and .are cur currently
rently currently providing me with a kind
of buzz ng fur coat.

vwus. ,l i imagine, too, tne eiepnants
r Watlrritiaking fr w'k -of wiH4a akngayAinute pw.

ine approach to a leopard

Leopards seem to feed mostly
at dusk and dawn, and I crawled
smack .oto a surgjig stream of
thesa iiiurderou&'liitle monstera. I
was in pi.ch blackness and the
blind was merely a few yards a a-vay
vay a-vay so I had to crawl and let
them feed until I could 1 rip off
my pants. And I can promise you
that anybody who has ever laugh laughed
ed laughed at the phrase, So-and-so's got
ants in his or her pan s, ever
aciually had ants in the pants. I
would personally, prefer an in invasion
vasion invasion by tigers.
Rut hiier nnntnrtl ha a nnt heen

I hasten U tdd, my only contri contribution
bution contribution to his safari. I am also
elephant-prone. J don't know how

you feel about elephants in camp
but frankly they make me ner-

WASHINGTON"' r 'Tiere'l" been1
W rrf xneoulation that -the State

Department timed its release -of
the tranirrim nf the- Russian Dl

en zeroing in.on ; th,ii-m' aear

in lurKisn paraer. .auwwj j m
intensify the cold vwar H 'iot
people have wandered? 'whv -'-we
waited from September until Fftb
ruary to pubhsh fee traoscripts.
They.figured.the preventive -war
clique in the C Stat ; j)epartment

visit. 'r

tain, this was, oot toe caseCare caseCare-ful
ful caseCare-ful ohecking V diplomatic aeurc aeurc-es
es aeurc-es diacloses toat ..the v: Etet De

partment ; was playing fits' beards

cautiously and,, ito:' chief f. aim wa

to secure the) return" ot tne i
other American ; r fyers.- LlewellyB
ThAmnsnn nni- i iht smhaaaador

in Moscow, advised, that we had

a better chance to get tne uiers
hark if M' did Tint mute a na.

tinnal nridiu.fiwi'.n th... tnridftnt.

V. U .. U f.. wa WV . y..w

t or tnav reason tne k u s s t a n

traoscripts were, not released,

T.ateir It "became : known 'that

Anastas Mikoyan-was coming to

the umtea states, ana k was rc
tided to wait and put the" matter
before him.' This Avas done;
though for some unexplained rea reason
son reason he was never, asked to listen
to the transcripts.
After Mikoyan returned to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow the State, Department wait waited
ed waited about two weeks to give him
time tn take action .Nnhinff h.lD-

nened en thev released the

texts, state; iJepanment gipio-i

mats, notoriously .bafl at, gauging
public opinion, had no idea they
wnuld havo-micTt imnaot

Actually, the State Department
was not at all anxious to rock the
hrtat with Russia or 4ntensif v the

cold war. The last thing it wants
is wnrRAnine of relations iust be

fore the Berlin" talks. State De

partment officials are realistic.

Thev know that they are in an

embarrassing spot, certainly in

the eyes of Europeans, insisting
on the continuation of wartime

trooDs in Berlin 14 years after

the war is over.
GRAVE DANGER
For a long time American pi pi-irtta
irtta pi-irtta have heen warned thev were

in grave danger in flying along

the Turkish-Russian border.
On Sept. 28, this column re
nortved

"Every American pilot; flying

anywnere near tne Kussian oor oor-der
der oor-der of Iran ami Turkey has been

warn pd that the Russians are rea

dy to shoot to kill if our plants

come near the- border.

"Reason for a long time was

secret to the American public,

though not perhaps to the
sian, Govi;nmen. .However

flow- well known that ihe;' United
States has been, operating some

of the most powerful radar fta-.
tions in the world from' 'insult
Turkey; also flyiiig planei along
the border loaaed with sensiUvi
electronic equipment. v t
..'.'"ThulAAMki...! 1 J.

. tuuiuuiai equipment, can
detect. Russian -.missiles .launched

The laiiejt rar .-j....

particles from atomic ;.explosioni
and take picturei of thousands of
miles tvt Ttfmaiatt .,

.VMoscOvr now seems determined
t6;top mt,'y:yi "j..

t-,, s,-T-r .,.F...W9 vu, wuv VVU'

KhrusilKhev'. and Amotion J picture
czar Ericj Johnston,., this column
repprtedrif Kirushchev. was bitter
against American planes flying
long the Soviet-Armenian" border.

rie ciaima, mey were spying.
; 'When a man pulls down,-the
Winds of his housp said Khrjish-

vwt,. in? iieiguuor jooes not come
peeping, through those -blinda
Whenever we catch one of ? your
planes doina tliis w nriu. 'hnn

them- down,'

Unfortunately the'1 t'l3d. wai
mAri than S( .miloa lcA r...

t w- wraiuu : .kiil'
m. How it good there, will never

ik ajiown. r Bui ... almost every
plane flying that close to the Rus"
sian border, especially1 one 'car 'car-tying
tying 'car-tying the extra large crew of 17,
is loaded with electronic equipment.

At a recent brealtfast with new
Republican members of the
House. President .Eisenhower ex expounded
pounded expounded his usual middle' road,
political philosophy ; at the 'best
policy for a president in a coun country
try country "where we have so many wa wa-rying
rying wa-rying viewpoints'
New Congresswomari "Catherine
May of Washington : remarked
that when she was, first elected
to the leg'slatur- in her atate this
technique was knows as 's'pos-

"We had a "Stae Senate lead lead-er
er lead-er named, Ed Flanagan who in insisted
sisted insisted that all sides be "heard on
a controversial question," said
Mrs. May. "He -would, say," V
pos'in we listen to Mr. 'Smith,
then to all the others who might
be in disagreememt.' By the time
we had finished s'pos'in, We u u-jually
jually u-jually ImAnagfitW: to jetK.together
sblution.''c. ,xrY. ; !f: '..
Ike said it scunded like' s good
idea, but that he was not too
hopeful ot; "sWin'-1 S en a t e
Democratic Leader Lyndon John,
son and ,."s,Doijn,Hoiis Speak-'
ai. .Cam ;V.vmim' IrvtM AfvnfAtMif

with White House spending poll-

AIR FORCE AT THE MOVIES

Sir:
As of Feb. 23 Air Force personnel living at Locona will no
longer be entitled to use the theater at Rodman.
Those who are beefing loudest about this situation are the ones
who violated the few simple rules the Navy asked them to follow.
It was posted that no food nor drink was be allowed in the theater,
but none of the Air Force men nor their dependents took this
serio'"'y.
V most flagr;U violation persisted in by these Air Force
peop.j was to let their children us the theater as a combination nur nursery
sery nursery and playground.
During some of the better movies Air Force people were saving
eats for other Air Force people, so that on occasions Rodman na naval
val naval personnel would have to sit in the front seats with a crowd of
highly-mobile Air Force youngsters.
W of the Air Force should not be sore losers about this deal.
Thfc privilege was there, but it was abused.
Locona Airman.

Sir:

CLIPPINGS ON PANAMA

In school I have been given the Republic of Panama as a coun country
try country on which to make a report. In such a report we have to include
newspapers clippings. So far I have been unable to find anything
about Panama in our local paper. Could any of your readers send
me copies of your paper, or clippings from it suitable for my report?
.' ... Sharon Sroczyk,
1957 Woodward,

Wcrtd's nrrOSt

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Alfred Uwla, 0n. Mar.
A ZCCKENOORF HOTEL

pore and gently inserts it. When
he is biting you through a Jacket
he obviously can't locate a pore
and so merely taker po'luck, and

mostly I screrm nice a wounaea
horse when I am stabbed.
the nuut vicious thins

about African bugs is their snob

bery. For instance, no sen-respecting
dudu would think of
nrrwnertinff fix Dew drillinS sies.

The like to b'te on top of bites

and after a while wnen you nave
been bitten severely in the same
area you begin to resemble an

ant hill.
t tvnuld rank the African mos

quito as superior to most brands,
since they think for themselves.

Thev will I in am hush outside a

mosquito netting just waiting for

vmi tn rnn nver ann Dress a care

less arm or foot against the net.

and wham! Tney suck cneir dws
thnnnoh the holes in 'he net and

you eventually wind up more se severely
verely severely b tten tha. I you had gone
to bed netless. Or taken them in-

eida urlth nil

Possiblv mv latest brusn witn

.oforM ini in wnr hv of recall.

I wa ertwlina in the dead of

US to Send Soviet
$3 Million Claim

For AF Transport
WASHTNflTON. Feb. 18 (UPD

The United States will send Rus

sia a bill of about three million

dollars for the Air Force trans-
nnrt nlane destroyed In Soviet

Armenia last Sept. 2, officials

ssid today.

But these oxne ais conceaea
chances of collecting were virtual

ly nil. V

Since World War n, aamaga
elalma tnlalline nearlv eiaht mil

lion dollars have been filed with

Russia for five American planes
shot down by Soviet fighters. Rus Rus-ra
ra Rus-ra has paid only $724,947 half
of one claim.
T VSITS .NCPIASE

PinK riTPIt Franc now

has one million television sets and

10,648,000 radio sets, r rencn om om-riali
riali om-riali annunced here todav. This

represents one TV set for 45 in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants and one radio set for

Coombs

PANAMA-MEDELLIN-PAH W.A

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I :-:5v:l:isl:ii

PANAMA- BOGOTA-CALI-MEDELUN-
PANAMA

jj 0(V DAYS EXCURSION fAKS

Everything is less expensive in Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. We'll le happy to give
you ony further information.
Panamanians and U.S. citi citizens
zens citizens do not need pass
- ports only a tourist card
issued free.
Baggage oilowalici fbs?
Pay 10 down rake as IpngrasiHf
20 months to pay the balance.

f

39atARS EXPERilNlCI

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II

PARAMOUNT' VISITOR Officials of Paramount Pictures and their party wrived in Panama, yesterday as a part of their
Latin American, tour. Pictured from left are Gilberto BiUingslea of the local Paramount office, Mario Ohio, manager of
Paramount Films in Panama; George Weltner, vice-president of paramount Pictures in charge of world sales; Mrs. Weltner;
Mrs.":ftfchard Nathan; Henry B. Gordon, Paramount's Latin American division manager; Mrs. Gordon and Richard Nathan.

Methodist Bishop Sees Daring,
Courage As Chief Church Need

ATlANTA, Feb.: 19 tTP) -A
Methodist!' bishop: said today the

clued lssuciaclng tne cnurcnes w w-day
day w-day is: "Does Christianity liave
the confidence, .the courage and

the 'darime to'f uH ill Christ's com

mission to go into all the world

and make; disciples ; of au, na

,! Addressing'' about 2,000 persons
at the- fourth quadrennial convo

cation of. southeastern Methodists,
Bishop William C. Martin of Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, iTex., said modern .Christians
need. to exercise the .same zeal

shown ty the, early missionaries.
"One, of theOst'amazing, facts
aboift the New Testament church

was the .confidence with -which it

looked t6ward the conquest of the
.whole,, world for, Christ," Bishop

To Offer Discounts
To College Students

ATHENS, Ga., (UPI) Southern
Airways announced today the line
will Tgin offering a one-th'nJ dis discount
count discount on first class passenger

fares far college students.
.,--.
Ct;.l Britt, vice president in
charge of sales, told a company
conference here the fine was filed
a tarriff with the Civil Aaronau Aaronau-ticsBoard
ticsBoard Aaronau-ticsBoard 'providing for the dis dis-cnunte
cnunte dis-cnunte to reeulaf-dav students of

junior colleges, colleges and uni

versities. It would Apply to indi individuals
viduals individuals well as, group travel. The
discount will .become effective
Martin 'V;' ;
Britt 1 said the purpose of the

reduction; iwas toV acquiant "busi "busi-nessmen
nessmen "busi-nessmen and woman of the future
with the advantage, flying and
tn ffnrnnt'fwx- student, to- li.se air

transpwUtfon
of thier studies.''

Theairline wilt offer tour of va various
rious various kinds to college groups and
hopes to encourage travefl to his historic'
toric' historic' Ideations -such as Natchez
and Vicksburg, Miss., and tours
of military liistallations -such
Eglin- Air PbreYBs' ihl Florida
and "the Columbus Air Force fias
in Mississippi.
Britt said Southern Airways
would appoint a campus represen representative
tative representative in the major college and
university located on its routes in
the eight southeastern Mates it
serves. He said that would include

an estimated, 75 colleges and uni

versmes.. ;,w r

Martin said. "It would mean the

ultimate defeat of Christinaity if

that confidence should ever oe
lost."

The. bishop, who is president of

the Methodist commission on pro
motion and cultivation, quoted a

recent visitor to Africa and the

East as saying: "The world is
wide open for a new and ig Idea.
Communism no longer fills that

particular role for millions for

Asians and Africans.
"The -big problem in the world
today is a,t the point of whether
the forces of expansion are more

powerful in the Christian or non non-Christian
Christian non-Christian arefcs "Of 'the universe.'

Another' speaker ofl today's pro

gram,- Mrs.' J. : Fount Tillman of

Lewisburg, Tenn., said wise use
of. modern communications media
is essential in spreading the doc

trine oi Christianity.
"Some of us are afraid to face

facts, much less preach them,"
said sMr." (Tillm,a'h'"Bresident of

the woman's Division of Christian

Service.! ; -" --.-"-?- 1 '

l'We have not fully realized the

effects of the revolutionary forces
whirling across the world and
around and through our own com

munities."

BishoD Arthur J. Moore of Al

lanta welcomed delegates to the
opening session Tuejffay and set
the theme far thiS convocation-

Christ and Our Mission."

'The real source (A enersv for

the'- church does not lie in newer
creeds. or richer,, buildings, or
even more effective ; methods of
promotion,",,! he said.

"It lies, rather.- in a new. dedi

cation to the-practical -effort to
make the wH of Christ the su-

preme law of modern living."

You 'Crank Up' Your

lillteJaB-.Car,

Or Touch Up Paint

NEW YORK, Feb. 18 (UPI) -"Look,"
said the man, and "he
opened, ther.luggage compartment
,0f the ;styllshi little green-bodied
automobileand pointed to a gadg gadget
et gadget of the open road that most
the 1930x. Indeed, most young

arivers never neard of it.
There it was, standaird equip equipment
ment equipment in an automobile so new
that it won't be on. sale nationally
in American for another month or
so. ...

MS Berlin To Visit Cristobal

1 ki:i i -1st
v :p If

Capt. Lorens

Henry Baeh

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North German TJovd's cruise

liner--'BERLIN will "arrive in

Cristobal on February 22 in con-

tlon with-an eighteen day cruise

to the West lndies;'..The popular
German, ship. tinder cotttmaod, of

Captain.- HeUiricrrXorenz

some 350' .. passengers Aboard,
manv of Americans of German

descent. The ship sailed from

New York on .Februarys J4th AcT
cordin? to Cruis"1 Maharer Hen

ry Haehn, a.; visit to this port
was a must, since many, of the
passengers on hoard are repeat
ers and desir tcr"see''.panftms
aeain. 5r-i'f,.yV.

Mr. Haehn stresses :tMat.j the'

fine cooperation given r by port
and local, authorities always
make, it a pleasure to Include
Cristobal la the cruise itinerary.

ivhlle In port the cfulse passen-

ers.of the Berlin will :siehtsee

and shop. The Berlin Is popular

with Cruise passengers. Famed
as a friendly, hospitable ship,
it offers them good service, ex excellent
cellent excellent .'food, cozy public rooms,
intimate bars and cafes, spa spacious
cious spacious decks and outdoor and in indoor
door indoor swimming pools and many
other commodities, all of them
attractive features on board the

18,000 'linen

Advt.

MoreTtanl0r000
Hear Billy Graham
In Melljdiiriie

MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 18

(UPI) -r- More, ; than 10,000 per
sons packed West Melbourne -: Sta
vdium aeain last night to hear A-

marican evangelist Billy Graham

conduct the third meeting of his
Australian: Crusade for Christ.
The dean of the "Anglican
church'" fa- Melbourne, Dr, BaTttn
Babbaee. said the meeting w a s

"unparalleled' in ; the history of
the.city;V''''V--'' -f
Among thfrs '4C3 persons who
went -forward tp dedicate their
livef'to Christ was a legless young

man. --vi.
Three thousand persons', stood in
the dark-strept- on tKiflfl the sta

dium '"-nd watcher! thp aervlce on

two "Closed ; circuit, television sets

mounted on truckss Several elder elderly
ly elderly women Sat to. iolding chairs
in Ums street.; h .

Oransnnisai Iftoiwioften asked
wjietherthose who dedicated thew
lives.t Christ always kept, their

"Unfortimately, not-all of theni
do ,'i vtahan said,: "but were ?re

win uy, A-iiriamur iora mat ,;not

an .nne. ,5eeq,'rspwtt j pHngs: fort!)
good, iruit.'.'..'.--::;- '-V; vh,

preacher began 'Jus iiye v, month
touf-6f Australia and 'New Zev
land Supdiy. "-'

J It was a crank long, metallic,

niuuiuea un huoks ai ine reaay
for use in. timis of conking-out of
the starter.
"The Japanese,", said the dem demonstrator,
onstrator, demonstrator, "think of everything.
There's many a time since the
drank vanished from the auto
scene that I've wished I had one.
plus an engine I could hook it 16.'.'
This1 was preview of the new
Topopet Crown Custom with
which they claim will do 80 miies
an hour and yet get up to 33
miles" on one gallon of y gasoline.
. The Topopet is sort of middle
ground between some of the tiny
European auto, imports and tbe
smaller American cars, Its bumper-to-bumper
length is 14 feet, 4
inehes-about half, a foot shorter
than ammbleri.it weighs 2,688
pound,,, and its turning circle is
36, feet; Ifll retail someplace un under
der under 2,500. 5
There wasl one other unusual
item of standard equipment in
addition no such things as windr
shield defrosters, deep pile carpet carpeting,
ing, carpeting, and push-button ash trays.
The glove compartment yielded a
can labeled touch-up paint." Just
for iwcjifengsnp; body scratches.
The Japanese think of v-v.

thins: ,-r

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American ToddkV chewinir nm

3o;;'wa9-tPlacedon Jordan's

mtvKusv ioijuay ipe aeanng with
Israel" The.' eovernment informil

othr rl'Arab nations of its ac'ion

and rquesteu they take similar

move "A ,.i

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Men Pose As FBI
Agents To Rot 5
$42,C:3 In Jewels
4 NSW YORK. Feb. N 18 (UPI)

Two-men posmg a FBI agents
robbed the wife-of accused finan financial
cial financial manvulator Alexander L.

Gutirmi of $42,000 worth of

jewels this morning at a midtown
hotel.
Mrs. Anita Gu terms, 40, said
she and her daughter, Carole
Joan, 14, were alone in their ele eleventh
venth eleventh floor Lornbardy Hotel apart apartment
ment apartment when the men came to the
door around midnight. They told
her they were federal agents

making an investigation in con connection
nection connection with criminal charges a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst her husband, and she let
them in. .
The men were neither masked nor
armed, Mrs." Guterma said. They
told her and her daughter to sit
quietly while they searched for va valuables.
luables. valuables. After they fund the jewels
in a top bureau drawer, the men
tied up Mrsw.Guerma and Carole
with sheets and made their es escape.
cape. escape.
Guterma, the Siberian-born fi financier
nancier financier who resigned as president
of the Mutual Broadcasting Sys System
tem System Monday, returned the the
hotel later but refused to com comment
ment comment on the theft. Mrs. Guerma
said the heist Included a $12,500 di
mood necklace, a $3,300 watch
bracelet, and a $2,700 diamond
pin.
Guterm married the former A A-nita
nita A-nita McGrh, heiress to a Boston
shoe manufacturing fortune, in
Manila in 1941. He came to the
United States in 1950, became a
naturalized citizen, and built up
a vast fisaocial empire including
MBS, the Bon Ami Co., the Hal
Roach studios, and other corpor corporations.
ations. corporations. Guterma is free in $5,000 bidl on
criminal charges in connection
with failure to report to the Secu Securities
rities Securities and Exchange Commis Commission
sion Commission on stock transactions.

BUS PLUNGE KILLS THREE
BREVIK, Norway (UPI) A
military bus loaded with soldiers
plunged off a road near here
Monday and dropped 30 yards in into
to into a small canyon. Police sziti
three soldiers were killed and 33
injured. The bus was carrying 42
soldiers back to a camp.

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WILLIAM TROST, chief of the" Engineer main tenance school congratulates the iwo men whl?tfed'

ior iop score in ine graauaung ciass or a ueneraxor Maintenance school held at Corozal recently.,;

io ngiu are itosj, op uougias u. Anaerson, u uaitery, 4tn Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery on Fla
co Island and Pvt. Ernest J. Michael.iB' Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, stationed at
Davis on the Atlantic side. (U.S. Armv Photon

FINE NAME CALLER
LONDON, (UPI) A court
Monday fined a member of the
League of Empire Loyalists $15
for calling Greek Cypriote Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop Makarios a,, "murderer.,";
Michael O'Connor, 25, was ar arrested
rested arrested on charges of insulting be behavior.
havior. behavior. Police said he denounced
Markairios over a loudspeaker.

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HONORED GUESTS The Commanden.in. CWef Caribbean and Mrs. Ridgely Galther, eiiter eiiter-tainediatsQuiarters
tainediatsQuiarters eiiter-tainediatsQuiarters jpjie, Quarry Heights,' avitrii &t oopkiail buffet in honor oi itt. and Mrw
Leroy-K. Hersey of Edgewater, Md., durinc their recent visit to the Canal Zone. The gttest
list included members of the Caribbean Command Staff. Mr. and Hersey are pictured at
left; (General and Mrs. Gaither at right. Mr. and Mrs. Hersey and their son Paul have t&?
turned to their home in Maryland. f '-

Space Travelers Are Apt To Find Life .On Mars

Many scientists now believe that

the first qpace traveler to reach
Mrs will find some form of life

there.
Such a possibility long has ben
a subject of scientific speculation.
Interest has intensified in propor proportion
tion proportion to jnan's strides toward even eventual
tual eventual interplanetary travel.
If life does exist on the earth's

nearest planetary neighbor, it very
likely is a primitive form such as
bacteria and fungi. But Mars

could have developed some anim

el life adapted to its rapid temiper-

ature changes and almost oxygen oxygen-less
less oxygen-less atmosphere.
' The National Geographic Soci-
afv remnrtK that ROm fKMMltist

remain skeptical but that two re

cent studies holster tne lire-on-

Mars theory.
Researchers at the Air Force
Shftnl nf Ainatmn Medicine at

nandolph Field, Tex., conducted
a oorW nf test to determine whe

ther organisms such as bacteria
and fungo could survive under
Martian conditions.
They were placed in jars filled
with nitrogen at low pressure, cor-

New Tax Rules
On Xmas Turkey
Unveiled By Govt.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Govern Govern-Viovp
Viovp Govern-Viovp unvpiled new

incut i. r I i
taxregulations on Cnritma tur

keys to mollify a senator who uau
given them the bird.
ci Tu T William iR rjfil.l

OKU. i. .. --
Siade public cerrespondence with
ona Latham, commissioner of
internal revenue. It outlined the

senator s mjuiry apoui me iax
status of turkeys given by an em-

Dlover to nis employes ai tuns-

mas time
T iinnltiHoe the BnnA npws that

a ruling, to We formally issued
Aenreet that a turkev. ham

or other Christmas gift of "nom

inal value, vfrom tne doss is noi
a part ot taxable wages.
mmuamai. tViA kmo ran rnrvt

iUUf CVf.CI ,i wit, wwoc. " I
his costs for such a general dis
tnbution, as an expense of doing
business.
Writing Latham on Feb. 4 Wil Wil-liama
liama Wil-liama otlrprf ahnnt nress reDjrts

that a Ta?ome Wash., business businessman
man businessman had been advised by tax au au-Sliorities
Sliorities au-Sliorities that Christmas turkeys
mm i nurt'nf rhp tsVflhlo D3V

of his employes and taxes should

be withheld on ine value ot tne
birds.

sphere, and exposed to sudden

temperature changes from -77 de degrees
grees degrees above zero to 13 below.'-
Organims requiring the normal
amount of oxygen died. But those
needing little or no oxygen sur survived
vived survived and even grew.
Still another find'ng was, re reported
ported reported iby" Dr. William1 "M.' Swin Swin-gon
gon Swin-gon of Lowell OWervatory, Flag-

indicate that there is matter on
Mars, that absorbs the same wave
lengths of sunl ght as some plant
life on earth.
But even before these findings,
Nafional Geographic says, a sur survey
vey survey of scientists, mostly astrono astronomers,
mers, astronomers, showed overwhelming belief
Jn' life" 'on "Mart: mWWH of 37
qu'eistioheo",sfridr!fi671'

.'possibility that Mars could .siippoti
the same kind of animal life a:
earth because of the near ab
sence of oxygen in its atmosphere
But the National Geographic re
port points out that it is possibii
the planet could have developer
"some exotic form of animal life?
adapted to its atmospheric co&
tions. vi 'vyk

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TRAPEZE ARTISTS INJURED
BRUSSELS (UPI) Two Aus Australian
tralian Australian trapeze artists father
and daughter were hospitalized
Monday with serious injuries suf

fered when they fell and missed

a safety net during a performance
here. Henry Chapman, 45. was

admitted to a hospital with a

probable spine fracture and his

daughter, Sandra Ann, 20, with an
arm fracture.

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Sii Panama
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imwi if Afisff m ivwn ni iflNnAV AFTERNOON

An open Invitation has been eitended to friends !.

Jeanne nynn Iteugii w euena in open erouw
ii boh from thru te lift at the residence of her ilslcr. Mill
Mr S&ugVls eipeeted to arrive en the Isthmus iatur.
day foe two week visit wttlr her aleter anil her parent,
a, and Mri, P. 0. Flynn ef Salboa,.

Nival fflsiri' WWll
lbe lilt Temerrew
I; The -Naval Officers Wives will
ponsor a bake sale tomorrow
mernini el I a m. te relae funda
jfofjts charity work.
" TJie sweets will be sold on the
Sawn at the Fifteenth Naval Die Die-Srtpt
Srtpt Die-Srtpt Headquarters, at the Balboa
rest Office and Baibae Heights
,Mminiitrsiien Building.
M ""
f tinea Wemi.t's Club
' A board meeting of the Balboa
Woman'! Club will be held Wednes
diT morning at at the .fislbai
Diifen' Wives Plan
Trla Tt Tibial
Members ef the Poetors' Wives
Club ara planning a trie te Tshe Tshe-fcaJaland
fcaJaland Tshe-fcaJaland next Wednesday, Navy
darters' wives will he hostesses
lor the eveflt.
The group will laava BedmsB
Nival' ItitfoB at I a m ana! m
paeti to return about I p,m
jCirlbbean CtlitfTciw
Keen Lailit Ipenior
Tha Caribbean College Club bald
a regular meeting Tuesday eve evening
ning evening In tha Criatohal Bad Crasa
Building.
Quest speaker waa Lealie M

gpeneer, auditar in tha Cemptrol Cemptrol-ler'a
ler'a Cemptrol-ler'a Office, Balboa Haighta, wne
spoke on "What ibpll Wa Pay Our
Merchant learnes." Mr, ipetieer
formerly waa tha senior custom!
Inapeetor on tha Atlantis elide.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. W, E. Rushing and bar com committee,
mittee, committee, The tablt centerpiece waa
a unique "February tree," featur featuring
ing featuring enerriea, hateheti, Valantlnea
and top hats hanfing fram the
bisnwhea.
During the buaineaa meeiing, at
which Mr. W, drady praaiuad,
the elub aeeeptad a beard reeam
mendallan ta apaBaar repreaaBia'
tlvea to Baya' state and Giria'
State th year,
Attending the meeting were Mra,
l-eslie M, Bpeneer, a gueat, Mrg.
Crady, Mra. P, U Bepk, Mra, E,
t, MePleHand, Mrs, f, I, Baur,
I,, a Beush, Mre, W, g, Biwhtag,
Mrs (!, N- NiJt, Mra I I Fater
j, Mra- Q B, Bennett, Mra, Paul
Maier, Mra, Nye t', Norrja, Mra,
w, F, French, Mrs W, B, Mlddl.
maa, Mra, V, 0 Veung, Mra, F,
A, Challar, Mra, W, H, Wynne,
Mrs, J, Pfau, Misa. laphie B,
MeLimaa, Mia Ilianbeth Marsh,

Panama Batary Club
Dinner Maatini Tanifht
This week's Tanami B o t a r y

NOTICE

In conformity with Artieli 11 of thi Artleloi of Ineor
porAtlon. And by dajoiilen of thi Boird of Diroetori,
shareholders ef the Cempany are hereby infprmed that
tha Sharehelderi Moating ef thi. PANAMA IANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, INC (Bunco FUMade do Pa Pa-piiin4,
piiin4, Pa-piiin4, 6, A,) will bo hold M th eerripftny'i offlooa,
No. 12-30 "I" Streat, Pannma City, at S;00 p.m. an
Friday, March 6th, 195f In order to eonalder the
following!

1.
2.

3,
4,

Report of the Board of Directors.

And Lou Aeeeunto it oloia tf byilnan,
Ooegrnbor 31 at, 1M8,
ilootion of Direeteri for ha period of 1969.
Mutton proposed by tha Directors or
Chtriholdori.
PANAMA BANK AND TRU8T COMPANY INC.
The Secretary.
Panam4, February 18th, 195?,

Club aess'n will be dinner
meeting at T;3Q this evening at
the Panama Hilton Hotel,
Freaident'Johfl Maylea remlndi
members to note the ehange in
the meeting time, and to attod
the impartant elub buaineas sec
sion.
JONTIVUlw w PAOI VlVII

Slock Market Roso
$l Billion In Late
Trading Yesterday
NEW YORK Feb. 19 (UPI)

Stock market value were boosted

sreund 1 mBlon dallars in isie
upturn yesterday which featured

chemical and drug stocks, ens,
elpetrnniea issues and rails,
The rise eame as a elimix to a

mare pr lasa routine sessron m

whleh the balance tipped to th
dawnaide mast of the time,
The market shuwed only minor
ib4 passing feaetifw to President
Eisehhuwer'a atttement that the
interest gelling an government
etiritiea mv hsve to be boosted,
Early softness was most notable
iti standard Oil (New Jersey)
which for the second day In a
row was the most aetively traded
issue, It fell more than a point at
its law, on top of Tuesday's wide
loss, but recovered all the aeeline
In the late upturn,
Of a total 1,834 issues appeal appealing
ing appealing on the tape, BST finished the
day higher, only 963 lower,
Trading picked up on the rise
and volume for tn session totaled

3,410,000 ahares eomp&red with

Tuesday's 3,180,000 shBre tu-
ever,
Eastman Kodak Issues fetured,
The eommon, helped by Tuesday's
stock split and dividend increase,
rose 9 paints while the preferred,

slated to be exehanged for a pew

Issue or retired at liaO a share,
ran up 22 points to 180. Colgate'
Palmolive alao continued to re.
spond to itp-jtoekapUt and iivt?
dent increase rising over, i points,
OuPont rose substantially from
its early low to elase with a small
gain-
Eleetontes Issues met demaBd
wWch lifted Hoffman pearly 4, In International
ternational International luslnesa Maehines

more than 5, Texas instruments
nearly Zenith and .General Time

jWdeiWwiSrpaekird (mproveil
a point to 14 l-i m "ewi that
merge? with Pivpa-Wayne, maker

or irHPX Bfl pus Wies, is pes
sible. The latter Imn'oved frac,

tiwaily. Ameriean. Moferr. Ford

and general Meters improved
fractionally,

Steels returned to favor with

aings of faint w mere tn Na
tionai, TJ,S, Steel and Lukens

Building equipments did well,

r treaton gained neiy i, cn cn-era!
era! cn-era! Tire almost 4 In their group,

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by DorolHy Klllgalkh

IRQAQMAV 9BAPIVINI
Marloa Brtado'a new lUm,
u.hioh ka'i ilpactinfl: im exoeeted

to run miUoo deUara over the
budget. Aeeording to toe current
movie colony gag, "it's bad more
writers werking on i thaw a Red
Buttons TV sHaw" but Marlon's

still to ling St night, Mter the
shooting If finiahed, to Improve
the dialogue. .Temper, temper!
One of 4he daneers in "First Im Impressions,"
pressions," Impressions," now trying out, w
Phledeiphia, bumped Into a piece
ef seenery during his routine and
became iQ Ineensed he atomped
his foot and in full view of the
astonished audience swung a bay'
maker at the inanimate enemy,
PJ.r H' no longer with the
Show,
Although be manages to fqd
other prevty girl to date, Vie Ds
mnni. ha hpon pallln Pier AB,

geli to plead for a reeoueiliation

io dtp wpiuni vow. tnpj f
tnlri nn tha thenrv that he's mis.

orohl. without hpr no matter

hoiv eheerfui be appears when

no j am ifiw nv owpr pawn, ,
Broadway theatre party agenta,
wha bps resoansible for about IS.,

000. 000 a year in the box offies.
1. 'll J I. i. A 1- M I

are auom iq jut o in,
amati in thaip eommissions. At

present they got up to 10 pereeni
from the eharities they book.

Tyrone Power's pretty wdow,
Debbie Muuardos. is considering

several film offers from major

studios. They'd put netr in enar
acter roles not leads as a start
. .Diwtprs have ordered Mrs,
Mel Tor me to bed until the baby
arrives, .The co-author of the
song "Just .VaW in The Rain,"
Johnny Bragg, has been paroled
from Tennessee state Prison 1b
Nashville after serving is years
of a BS.year sentence.
Warner Brothers end financier
6erge SBmennko have oweluded
a $5,000,000 deal. .Roy Campa.
neiia, who already operates a
sucgesafui liquor store in Har
lem, Plans to open a reeord shop
not far .'rom his long island
home before Summer arrives,

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o gh, eluo eomaaun. .Judy m m-lioay's
lioay's m-lioay's romaoeo vitk Oerry Mul-

ligflfl haa put now atari r nr
eyes. She looked we .1 denied
teenaier it she dated vita tfal

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Downabalri, ,Fit

. The Alaskaoa a,dplpg ill they
ean to help Hawaii Decani the

loth state, Pokobs of sightelubs

"V vim? are nxmu jpwhb w
tertataers, epd hula musie fills
the Alaskan airwaves. .Guests
at the recent Mayfair upper
dance went wild when they were
informed that the honored guest
for the evening, Franco Yttyen,
W8 lustf ton tired.tflTPutrll her
aeheduled appearank -i
Vacationers returning from Mia
mi report that Betty arable looks
young and adorable and is mak making
ing making a hit in her personal appear;
ances down there,
Washington is full of legal gun gun-men
men gun-men bent on killing any legisla legislation
tion legislation that would permit pay TV.
. .Louis Nye ana lteVo.AJlM.-dii'
covered a new talmt at the M'
tha Raye telethon the other night,
She's a youna ainser named Ma

rilyn, Stewart who caught their
attention by the deft way in

which she amused all the stars

waiting bapketage before they

were called to iperrarni.

Baritone Wdbur livana, star of
the Cotillion Room's "An Evening

wihi tote rotter," is enow io oe oe-erne
erne oe-erne the bridegroom of Mra.
Georse T. Meade of Philadelnh fl.

, .The Russian Ministry of Cul'
ture has invitet M'ayar Davis to
bring his orchestra to Moscow

tor a series or jaw concerts iMes"
er Davis, Jasn?t) lolJowlng h,s
July appearance at the Versailles
debutante ball in France, , ,Get

out the earmuffs. A new tune fl

tied "Muimer!" featurna a burst

of machine gun shots, followed

by wild screaming..

Harry Conn. The Broadway thea

tre doorman wlio once was Jack Jones in a drunken bfiwl in theif
Benny's leading gagwriter, plans I hotel room last May ao a

io reiurn iq anow bis, h e jj ai maze oi iegit enies.'

Wymore'i friend i doubt that she

ana erm a iynu win eivarca, w

they expeet her to seek i -liil
sepaeaUon,
White House elreioi balievi that

wen, wutim a, reraoni, wne iui iui-eeeded
eeeded iui-eeeded Sherman Adams as as assistant
sistant assistant to the Freaident. wll be

moving into another job inartly,,
. .Uflda Chr.itiaB made the Us
Vegaa leant aceompanted by a
wealthy fouUi Amerieaa gent.
Calling herself "Linda WiJtner"
didn't fool tha na tivei for vary
long, vy-.

Movie director. Bavld lAn Is
mite a sensit'n in Now Btlhi,
idinit around in a silver Roils

Rovce while waiUnn for the Ita

lian government'! permission to

mm tne lie or taeotie Manama
Gandhi, Wt Dlno-te-Dlne timei
Dirya DeLaurenttil il flying tO

California to try and get pmp
Martp for two of bis upcoming
fuckers, he wa that imprewea
with the crooner's perform !?
in "Some Came Ruantng."

Anita Ekberg la the major mys

tery among tha eurvaeeoui gi gi-mor
mor gi-mor gtrls, Her husbtnd, Topy
Steele. Brefetr a to iinero ill m

rumors and assume that they'll

settle down togotntr. out aimwi
pala wouldn't mike pool on it.
Kreblozon Helpful

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CHICAGO Feb. 10 (UPI) Dr.

Andrew C. Ivy said lojday that

Krebiozen bad proved effective 30
per cent ef the time In fighting
cancer eases of tne tm Iffijetlng
leeretary el Btato John rotter
Dulles.

Ivy, chief backer ef the drug
whien stirred a itorm of eojftre
versy wmen it wn Introduced eight

years ago, said Kffbioien nao
effectively halte dthf onslaught

of eonon cancer in i paiient in ibbi,
" This Patient was OErete-n

and' wia iaier treated: w pnXM
biosen." Ivy said. "Ha has

vived and is going all right."

ivy we neao ot me oeparxmem
of ellnieal selenee t m Univo? Univo?-sity
sity Univo?-sity of IlHno e, iild he -would not

be able to say "ipeelfieally"

whether Krebtoeen wauie kelp in
Dulles' illness "until 1 knew more

snout we case.."

Tokyo Attorneys

Ask Acquittal Of
Accused US Slayer

TOKYO, Feb. W (UPI) r At Attorneys
torneys Attorneys for foi'mer Yale football
atar Josetph P. Crowley demand.

ed yesterday that he b acquit acquitted
ted acquitted of a manslaughter charge in

me ueam oi mi prmflp r m'iiw anq
New Haven, Conn, busintll II
sociae, T.A.D. Jones Jr.
Chief Counsel Akira Bhenon

spent four houra n Tokyo Dbtriet
Court giving the MghlishteVeaVa

written defense summation that
covered i,200 peges, Ifi will spell

six more nori m rmt? in w
judges will be handed tbe fill
summaton to read.

Shenoh scornfully dismissed thi

prosecution case against Crowley,
who is accused of fatally, beating

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ton Hom-ton thftr homo, ft ,tto, ett
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playti secomiipide,
Julia von u sir tm kanJ and

led trump to dummy'i aei ind
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NOTICE:
:l ; ...
If horoby glvon thnt Mr, Manuel Ariitidog Carrti
quilla'i omoloymont by this firm wm torwlnitoaj
on February 12, 1969. Mr. Manuel Aristidet Car Car-raiquilla,
raiquilla, Car-raiquilla, therefore, hai no authority to act for our
firm, and wo will not bo held in anyway responsi responsible
ble responsible for hia aoti; at of the aforementioned dato,
i t
Hacienda La Isfmena Hacienda Toledino,

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Nit'Onit jBlfctrO Nueliip Soif ty

twwij) nil iinio in

hii limed an aareement

with tbi u. I. Mr?fAiraen.

on the Gangliine River, it wii

innouneei ytitirdiy, ; r

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Vcj(rox Latin American Managers
Conference In Panama City

Beerlnnlnsr February 19. a

Ceiiierence of tft tatin Aner-

ien '6malon Manager! of the

wsriawifle. weitrex enaniav

tlon will take Blaee at the II

Panama-HUton Hotel. The fo

lowlna fdroini Manajen will
atteneli Urailit iesua puevii
pWlf ArtiBtlria: KQ, Hayw
ColomWi! rnntiiBth..

8mn ft puerw weot oreat for for-i
i for-i letiiilori Rapnail oiai
uatemala 1 II ialvadon B.

f. ToBBe Iftiieoi rm av av-Mt
Mt av-Mt f inami, eaita mt, w-

ariiwa. HonjiifM i i?ani

ill ij, m mirr m

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lei Itormg

vuitini from the VMM, and

in eherie of tht Oenff renee will
bf; flifttril W, P, pwdMrnan,

Res, Director FOrelgfft
tieni a? Wesuex earn:

Alio Brtsent will bo -Mr.

nigno Rivera
tpnfeipil 1

ewtm to replies Mr. J, l &t
naep n Clentval American Man

aatr, Mr, dr mt yim mw mti

enari e or weaww a npwvi-

sxone since m Mb

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now rtiBBBiiWiltlM ai art of

weir searjquaniri vBntmHniPB

iin f

oraaniaatien,

tlnn fnvmallv a auhaifliarv of

Western Kietrle ,Ci(nnaii ,'ine,

wag BureRaied by and made an
fntefral fui af thf faal fraw.
fc wften iBuitHe gfpup: who

specialize In electronic equip equipment
ment equipment of all typeg.
The purpose of the Oenfer Oenfer-onee
onee Oenfer-onee bema; held, here 'la to ae ae-quaint
quaint ae-quaint the Manaawa ef the
DnUn American elviaion with
tee jpredafiti and feryieei iup iup-plieff
plieff iup-plieff bv ytten indmwlei, new
la be Bridled by weitre In ad addition
dition addition te their atasdard weu
known lljiPS of comiriuniflfttiqna
and tleetrenle equipment.
Among the more inlensUna
aapeetf of thi eonferenee will
ba a, demonstration of the fanv fanv-eus
eus fanv-eus Weatrei "itereoBiak' e e-qHipmetit,
qHipmetit, e-qHipmetit, a reoent deevloement
of this org&nliatien, Wbien has
refolullonfted the phpnoaraph.
reoer4 aquai!;Tfhiii',stereo' aquai!;Tfhiii',stereo'-PiiP
PiiP aquai!;Tfhiii',stereo'-PiiP aypfcera. alaa known as the
Weatrex 4848 system or Vector
reeordlnp, aeeompltahed. by
cutting two recorainKs In a sln-

gle groove, of a. jBtandar4 record
Nr dlseWith railnill itylua.
The Westrea 4848 ivstem has

been, acpepteel ha jtaridard.
BrapK j-eedrcJs w lh Reeord In Industry
dustry Industry Association of mHr.a

i well ai by iti ajalRted or-

ganiaauana m Surona.
Another interestins' feature of

the eonferenee will be a film,
ihowina the fJnaee laboratory

er wtien trisustries, with pre-

Managers will, bp ahofn work work-Ins
Ins work-Ins models ef some ef the Jat-

i eiePtrowe qevieei of both
tton lnd Weatrex. ineluflina

the new Herlei ijoo Mafhetlc

sweoraiBf f ysfem,
FQllowlna the Gonf erenae,

General Cerdermah will returp

w,f?f? wm ,xbh. mm.

hqss ftna, waen wm an ex extensive
tensive extensive tour ef the various of office
fice office throughout Ltin Ameriea.

Get the one and only
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Ruches yt 8ur(tcUy Itfrilfl
Mde to Attivity Aitth
rtif for up to 4 soii(h. In uott
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lanonBKattMy. front row.
Hpbert Brownv
Army
Social and
Insaaeintjit Of firmr
lathmiai AwMwnetfl
Of loeal interest if th iMoub?! iMoub?!-mPt
mPt iMoub?!-mPt .f the. enwiemMt of MiJ
Anne ieett SehertK Niehelii
Ituart lBeBer, job BC.Airea : H.
Spenser af lali-Gyflwya, -uA
11 late Mri, Sseneer The ib ib-wwneement
wwneement ib-wwneement hii jeeB mm W
Mr.. D. S. Robertson of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, mother of the bride-eleet.
Montrese. Fa., and Edinburgh,
cnHimrf. She was araduaUd Irem
Wyeming;-! eminar mi U
'new employed in the art depart,
ment of the Saturday Evening
' Post in Philadelphia, Sh? IBBBI
her early childneod In Panima
wh'le her law ve asrtfUflt
manager f te Royil Pink tf i.
fencer' ti I Wnwjfi
lgrH.to
f Peiinlyiyapiffl8 memlei
nf Sigma 6W fratern ty,
M"AjfCejMii Ii
tmblem Clut Trwieji.'"''
Lit MamkerthiBI
Burlni the regular weetln
th Ralho Emblem Club 41
the Elks iHdme in Blboa, t:!
membership! weri presented to
Brooding Falhor
Klll$ Young Sons,
Takes His Own Ufo
MlPDBTO'WN, De. (UPl) -A
brooding farther was reported W
have killed hin.geU anq hi twe
ia a eustaly ha with'bn ea,
and Wehard, I, and hlmifll to
running the ehat nipe inte we
autnmebiie, v
k muskvat traiDDftF. William m
WBrrpw, iiseevered !-fer wf
Tyesiay in the eareon Tnonwfi4i
Wiewto.parkefin 1 wrt iw
feuinweii w neiFHy ri;
Bpjdge bvp the eaapeMe and
Delaware
Canal.
Poliee and they fouati a
npte in
in .whifh ii
had r t-
mi e his intentian
taking the
livei of hi aajvi and
then- ora'
mining juieiqa..
fnviitaf iters laid law sensr-
enuy put ine Hays
the fepya ln; flifi auto
Monday night and drove around
un U they fell iMejip Mori park parking
ing parking near the fanaj. ,., (
FBI Nob Fuaitivo
After Ho Motor
Most Wanted Lift
WASHINGTON
Feb, ii UP1)
Iwiftm0Ving
agents vaster-
day night Jibbed irmed. fugitive
2W
John Thomas mmm wm mm
the G-men' "io most wanted-Mst
pnly Tuesday,
fr
p8man was arrested it Hrtl-
side. Md.. near Washna'OA W
nere
w in.
Tki.rjrsgW.'rFee
irmed with i tnubo
Was1
rter reoiviF but
to resist srreat,
fniRSf
Easy Way To
Ro;cf)3s And Ants
lntut tK6mmna
nrHnni mi
if tf !n f u
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wi(ari Ml easy t Mt,
i t ima tr i n m Bns wi

We. JM If Ipeneir, : A llttdryj

If ipenper. A lattery!

R.wtolBh. G. littery. U member! t the 4th 6m lttiUon,U7Ui.Artinery. Seated in front 01 the

ranto)
Uln
Maud Cljnehard and Maria Dyi Dyi-eardl.
eardl. Dyi-eardl. Mrs. Ann Kiarnan, preu
4ent, n IB brge th ott-
lefreihwenti were eervefl w
e taiftgi, wUh Vfii Pole hee
MI11 Piereei WlnT
Hentrs at cellese
Miss Liljana r abrega, daughter
of Ut, and Mrs, Francises j, Fa.,
srega ef Pans mi eity. hai beett
named t tne Bean's Uni of 9yn
barton, eoilege leruiitanding a a-e
e a-e idtBije ishlevtraest during the
finst semester of this year,
Miss rabreaa is 1 rreinman at
Bunharten inl plana, to make ma
thentatiet her mijor. fiili m it
sircnoioj noinor
For Killing Diby
MH.WAUplS',
Wia. IVMV
y hifiy 1 flu
an .mmtmi
1 wmnpri
U1
daughter, Mri
daugnter, mm-
Yaraiidlee, M, strangled hef mow
er with twe hei
n
leirvM.
Poliel found
6, lying dead
Pqlifll found Mrs, Julue lr 1
P8L
jhi
M ttiik finnK nr a
flapr of a
fear bedroom
!rm. Mrs
Tarasi
netiMvei' in"iuing mm
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MVm wmvm mW IWtnem and Mt"S5 'fflUiutes' imti

hetweth mother and fligBW, tlthey were cleared from the track

iroken English. Mrs, fares Wis
told haw She gave Birth to an i
legttmate ppd ii years ego,-Her
mflther
took the iahy
sid?' she told w
Yii
eut
said
OBJ?
mother forth watt
band', lest June of 1
Mally fistei as m
At poliee heedauari
the wath M her hui-
n eument w
ney disease.
leadauirters. Mrs. Ta
risidis eeimly tofd offoer how fclie
Went to ner moiner s; BejjroOffl
'I'M; talk to her for the last time,"
fjffighe did. pt listen, then I do
it o he". .ifld I do' It. I did
and want far punishment."
Helrjfoufblffo
:9mm
I r
V
skmsf
eaipMI'iBV'fa,
tht juieea of1 1 sllffertnt girdefn
fresh vegetahlM art Wended lnt
ttil fapioyi drink, ygqll lore Its
lively jlevor, find thrive m it
tltimnpeked loodness, At
neiltirni or between ijmi1V-I
givte oii the wfreanmentfj
you want, Md tht neurtik.
snent feu ntei L
fr, ..-.
1 fg, gjjl taM fkakiflM gugjA gtl ggVjgigf.
ap agawg fjosaayvgaffaai nay WrTa WP osaj ajaagaaai

MM heifl,,'' she told poliee.
d$ PPJhiMjtir, Si,
Mrs. Tarasidls alio blamed

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MiBtni!i Division'
Donald L. Whisenant,

BiUarvt' Pfe. Danild L.
Pvt. William I Kemp. Headquarters
Pvt. Willum I Kmp, iteadquarter.
Arroit Molhar Who
Kepi bby Girls
InVIro
FORT LAUDERDALE, FU, Feh,
It (UFD-Policf arrested a moth'
er' today and eharged her with
negieet ifter finding her Wmm
aid twin flwgnierj pmm
ehiehen ww eagei w a nwn
Bemt- ;
Offleen found the ettildrin penv
id "ilka animala1' in a hat. un
vfRtilatied rsfsm of home m
we&keBt nfighborhood near hefe.
6aot. f rink Jidenour. aw the
ne ibis we nui wbi
ith refuse, filth and there were
its of vermin. He queted' the
father a ying.lii built the cages
iDeeauie ne mm not um to nuy
ffl for the hhis, ..
'refamt:
i.n. JBjaflhflOl 1
e BiotheriMri, May Mtt hil
aart eeBdillan and is In need
af tmtment, lnveitia'rf
nfflflai-i riif. nat ehartfa the fata
m and tfermftted fl'n to retain
euatedy: of the twe older ehiidren,
The thrM youngeif, alt girla, were
admitted to I
juvenue B9"j:f
iciem
TIAIN
BISHOPTON, England (UP!)-
icicis stopped a nvy loepmo-
t;Ve last nirht,
Railwavmen said the Icicles
hanging over the mouth of a tun
nei weft sj Big ,wiai we tiHfwew
mm
V $
WW 1
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In KBitlVRiitlw your 4og ge mn tvart M
mtet tmt .'fan thnourtuhmnnt bo mfa.
ditiibr and tmu only the tMmt ci.U and mfa
of 0, 11, Cesmmtftt iwnfet4 tpes. It Prpvi4s yor
slog with iwded vitamlmproWM il. w

us

Pi

of Corpiai reeiv their dlptomai. From left to right sr back
A lattery; Pvt. Erneat J, Michael, b Battery; Sg,4 pougU L-

Battery ; Pvt. Bobby p. Collins,
Battery

Exhibit Of Ancient Indian Pottery
prom Dade Collection Opens On Zone

A new eelleption of pre-coiom
bUn Indian pottary ef Panama
has been placed on exhibit at' the
Canal Zone Library-Museum in
the Civil Affairs. Bu'ldwg, The
collection Is on lean from Philip
L. Dade and occupies the same
cabinets as his previous collection
of painted ware,
The new exhibit Includes two
sections af unpalnted ware from
the Province of Veraguas. Potte Pottery
ry Pottery from this srea is htehly de.
signed end moulded. This group
eomes from the ganuaga, iona,
Ria Cgte triangle.
the third agotion Is devpted to
painted nottery from the Asuero
PBtRlBSuU, mainly from Panta,
Many m these pieces have
On display before- This Auero
wase,.fi ,ulti .different .irom,-- ie
feinted waren either" Veraguas
Of woeie, ang weal esueetor ana
amateur archaeologists prize these
artifacts highly gs being among
Panama'! best examples of paint
ed pottery,
The fourth section fs divided In
to two parts. The top three
shelves eoBtain artifacts from Ve
nado Beach1 in the Canal Zone.
These, include both painted and
unpainted pottery, shell and bone
Aftifatifc mA Ailiai itotvtsi tf this
extremely Interesting eulture,
The remainder of this section
contains pottery from Chiriqui
ind ether artifacts from his re re-Wow,
Wow, re-Wow, Ryamnles of "several of the
major typei of Chiriqui pottery
Wi

UEtl.l.-nATlON

, Nourishing

Headquarters Battery; ric.

cuss 11 tne instructor tor me
can be seenj Alligator ware, bis-
euit ware, eheeoiate-mmsea whit;
and the very attractive lost-color
or negative-painting ware, mere
are also many very interesting
whistles, rattles, pousmng snes
celts and arrow points.
To be added soon will be a most
extensive collection of points,
celts and stone implements from
veraguas-

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seen i a-rw? s i

l Heinz Vinegar is moat carefully mmo ty J
experts to bring out tho dew, rnellew, full I
flavor that tells you it's WPtrkt Quality. 1 I

l I In favprite salads of othor foods, or for I I
I home plekUng, Hewz Vinegar ha fh 4l t

lit tmctive smoothnsss ina wear taste tnat ieoa
more wst to eating. : ; j
I Never ask for just "vinegar" , ilwiys J
say Hejn? Vinegar for the Itfft 5T

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DAILY LENTEN
MEDITATIONS

(Presented y the Department
of Chrjftiar. Education ef the E
ftiietpal Churah In the Canal
Zene, Panama and Caltmbla.)
Your Evening Bible Reading:
Ecalsiiastas 2:1-11
"I said of laughter. It It mid."
Laughter Is mad, a form of is is-sanity,
sanity, is-sanity, if t live a world in
which our best hopes mus ultim ultimately
ately ultimately come to nothing, The only
sound bais tor Joy and laughter
in the seul la the realisation that
underneath us are the everlasting
and unfa iling arms of Cod whose
name is Love.
The Epistle to the Hebrews
speaks of Jesus enduring His
Cross "for the Joy that was set
before Him." HL f jllowera find the
joy of their Lord in bearing the
Cross of Love God and others.
Strange ii the paradox that we
should find joj and mirth in ielf
giving rather than in self-getting
but it is true,
The author of Ecelesiastes could
not be sure of a God who en encourages
courages encourages or even tolerates laugh laughter.
ter. laughter. But true Christians are dure
that they see the very face of God
in the face of Jesus Chr t. and it
is a smiling face, In His loving
service we f i.d the auote gfhTr
the s'mil; at His right hand plea pleasure
sure pleasure nOw and forever,
If we plan to piuviah ourselves
far our sins so as to ."bay our
penanoe" tor our wrongs, make
sure that we do it BTiveW, and
wd as thouah Gad Is tailing ui to
make a great "show m the flesh
If we fast or mortify ourselves,
let us do as a private payment
w lion tor our s ns, ana not a
pubi c display of piety,
Let us ra her appear with cheer cheerful
ful cheerful eountenances to reflect the
Love ef God, and yet know in se se-oret
oret se-oret that we need to do pennnace
for our alienation from God,
ASSUMES PARTY CONTROL
NEW DELHI, India (UP!) -Mrs.
Indira Ghandht, 42. daugh daughter
ter daughter of Prime Minister Jaweharlfll
Nehru, tdok over the presidency
of the ruling Congress party In
simple ceremonies during the
week end. She succeeded retiring
U.N. Dhebar.

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Ottit fielder And Pitcher
Down To Playing Weights
r By FRED DOWN
' NEW YORK, Feb. 19 (UPI) Duke Snider and
r JaekSanford, who never did get going in ?58, indicat indicated
ed indicated today that everything's going to be just fine m

'59.
Spring training hasn't even offi officially
cially officially opened but both the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Dodger outfielder and the
San Francisco Giant pitcher al already
ready already have accomplished their No.
1 goals getting down to playing
Snider, who weighed 212 pounds
at the end of the 1958 season, suit suited
ed suited ir at the Dodgers' Vero Beach,
Fla training camp yesterday at
195 pounds while Sanford checked
into the Giants' Phoenix, Am,
Site at 191 pounds 21 less than
when he reported to the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies last spring.
Snide is eager to bounce back
from one of the poorest seasons of
his career. One of the National
League's most feared ufge
from 1952 through 1957, Smder bit
only 15 homer's and knocked In
only 58 runs in 106 games last sea season.
son. season. It was a sad "homecoming
for Snider, one of the few Dodgers
who openly applauded the team s
transfer from Brooklyn to Los An Angeles!
geles! Angeles! lanford, acquired by the Gi Giants
ants Giants in a winter trade, W
t Willi Mays probably the key
man the club. A ".rd-throw-Inf
rlahthander, he is Mnt
eeonted upon fa pitch 250 er more
Inning and com elosa to Ms 1 1-I
I 1-I performance as a rookie In
1M7. He had a f-13 record last
ammwm. ....... i.
p.... asM ne 18 1U M"-
Ka U In
shaand cr"ediied eight day. of
mineral baths aad nances at
nearby Buckhorn Springs for Ws
8te1oK Possible dea involv involv-ini
ini involv-ini the Kansas City Athletics and
thl Detroit Tiger, an lug
noteable signings were ; the other
highlights as the official opening
of most draining camps
General managers Rick Ferrell
of the "Tigers and Parke Carroll of
the Athletics confirmed Jfo e poss -bility
Jrf trade although Carroll
said he ajso was talking trade with
two other American Iag 9";
The scuttle-butt in the Ter
Lakeland, Fla. hase is that out outfielder
fielder outfielder Roger Mar s is a key fcg-
- t- h negotiations. Ferrell
id h and Cmo oHsculsj
their-plckage da ?JorldtfneH
WTh Washington Senators nabbed
one of their top hands when relief
ace Dick Hyde agreed to terms
for an estimated $14,000, an in increase
crease increase of aobut $6,000 over 1958.
,Hyd, a 155-pound workhorse
compiled a 10-3 record and a 1.75
earned run average in 53 games
last year. He has been frequently
mentioned in trade reports involv involving
ing involving the New York Yankees.
The Yankees announced the
nf nitcher Don Larsen and
first-basemen Marv Throneberry
and Frank Leja; Larsen the perfect-game
hero of the 1956 Wor d
Series, started like a whirlwind in
ik hut tanered off badly and
wound up the season with a 9-6 rec
w l hplieved to have resist
ed a 20 per cent cut and signed for
the same fl7,ooo ne got iasi yei,
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Ten of the world champions re remain
main remain unsigned.
Bob Skinner, whe blossomed
Into a star last season, agreed to
term! with the Pittsburgh Pi Pi-rates,
rates, Pi-rates, the Milwaukee Braves
signed mflelder Mel Reach and
uKlelder Andy Pafko, and the
Baltimore Orioles signed out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bob Nieman.
Skinner hit .321 and drove in 70
runs last season to, help spark the
Pirates to their second-place fin finish.
ish. finish. Roach, '26,-i considered" the
most likely "replacement for ailing
second-baseman Red Schoendienst.
Pafko, 38, will be starting his 17th
season in. the bigfleagues, Nieman,
33, hit. .325 4 and blasted out 16
homers la"st 'season.
Other camp news: Lindy Mc Mc-Daniel,
Daniel, Mc-Daniel, the St. Lduis Cardinals'
$50,000 bonus pitcher, suffered an
appendicitis' attack in Meridian,

Miss., where an emergency oper
ation was performed . Infielder
Ossie Alvarez signed with the Ti
gers . Giants' president Horace
Stoneham announced that manag manager
er manager Bill Rigneyw iriiftfed in an au
to crash on Sunday;: wll. check in
at Phoem. ton "MoildatYi. Dode-
er manager Walt 'AlSto,n-announced
stepped-up schedule of spring
workouts in accordance with club
president Walter 0"Malley's "get-tough-policy"
. . Smokey Burgess,
catcher -obtained from Cincinnati,
signed with Pirate
eAt jW'i.'. (':
MinneapohFtakers
In Desperate Battle
For Cage 2nd Place
The Minneapolis Lakerf once
kingpins of pro basketball, are
fighting a desperate battle for
second place.
Minneapolis, with the help of an
e?fht-point spurt by Larry Foust
in the closing minutes, defeated
Detroit, 97-90, Tuesday night and
took two-game lead over the
Pittona4e National Basketball
Association's runner-up spot it the
Western Division.
In a New York doubleheader,
Boston trimmed Philadelphia, 95-
84, and the Knickerbockers upset
St. Louis, 112-93.
Detroit held a slim 68-64 lead go going
ing going into the fourth quarter and
upped the margin to six points
with six minutes to go. But FousJ's
rally-sparking performance spelled
disaster for Detroit. Foust was
high scorer in the game with 22
points: Earl Lloyd led the Pistons
with 20.
The Boston Celtics, almost toss tossing
ing tossing away a 19-point intermission
lead .bounced hack in the last
quarter raT3rsonquare Gar
den opener, dui snarman, laiesi
mmeber of the NBA s 10-000-point
club, sparked the Celts with 24
points. Paul Arizift was Philadel Philadelphia's
phia's Philadelphia's high man with 26.
The New York Knieks tromped
already t8cTWii?hed Mr fWjjJSterJ
Division title'. Kenny Seaiii scored
15 of New York's first 22 points to
give New York a 28-26 edge at the
end of the first quarter.
The Knicks builtuii ffheJr lead
at will and ha4j-toW.4biirce !hei
fore St. Louis sWetf AVlldlf ally;
to close the'gapi' Set?'$acect New;
York with 26 points while Bob Pet Pet-tit
tit Pet-tit dropped in 27, for the losers. !'
Pefe Cooper Picked
To C6(fr$Tpiimey
In Jamaica Open
KINGSTON, 'jlnialci (UPI) -4
Pete Cooper; the 43-year-old pro
from Lakeland, Fla., was favored
today to make .it three triumphs
out of four trie on the Caribbean
golf circuit's fourth and final tour
nament, the Jamaica Open start starting
ing starting at the Daymanas Golf and
Country Club course today.
Cooper won the first of the four
tourneys is Panama jrhd the third
in Puerto Rico last week. Don
January, a Texan now playing out
of Denver, won the second tour tourney
ney tourney in Venezuela.
January, defending champion
Bob Toski of Miajni, former U.S.
Open champion Ed Furgol and F,d
(Porky) Oliver, who was runnerup
to Cooper, at Pu'ertoS Rico, : were
considered Cooper's main' threats
for the $7,500. prize, money.

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Denny Moyer Gets
Biggest Win Over
Vince Martinez
By LARRY SHAW

PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) Den
ny Moyer, 19-year-old Portland i
welterwight has his biggest win
today, r
The young welterweight won his
20th straight professional fight
Tuesday night with a unanimous
win over Vince Martinez of Pat
terson, N.J
The win for Moyer, the wighth
ranked welterweight in the world,
will undoubtedly give him a boost
in .next month's ratings.'
It was a big win for Moyer. He.
and his manager Sid Flaherty,
have their eyes set on a possible
title shot against champion Don
Jordan this summer.
Moyer who weighed in at 14914
one half pound heavier than Mar Martinez,
tinez, Martinez, showed he can slug it out
with the best of them.
Both fighters were bloodied
when the final bell sounded and
both received a standing ovation
from the 6,062 fans who paid a
gross of $17,062 to see the fight.
Martinez had Mover s nose
bleeding from the third round on.
Moyer was cut over the right eye
in the seventh round and Marti Martinez
nez Martinez had a mouse under his right
eye from the third round.
The Portland youngster had his
best round' in the sixth. He' tagged
Martinez with a left and a right
just before the bell. Martinez's
knees buckled and Moyer movd
in on him but the bell ended the
round.
In the last time round both
fighters slugged it out gong to
gong. By the last round, both
fighters were arm weary, yet
they still battled on.
Special Swimming
Program Underway
At Rainbow City
A special swimming program
was arranged lor tne conwnuniiy
of Rainbow City this week, and
according to indictons interest
hasrben growing ateadily for the
announced activities to be con conducted
ducted conducted by those in charge of the
area.
Starting from 9:00 a.m. until 12
noos, Monday through Fr.'day, all
children whe" are non-swimimers
are urged to register at the office
of the swinjjming pool These class-,
es for non-swimmiers -will be con conducted
ducted conducted until the end of the Sum Summer
mer Summer Recreation Program. In ad addition
dition addition there wll be water polo
classes, which 'will commence at
4:00 p.m..
The management at Ihe pool is
exerting maximum efforts with the
view of attracting a large number
of community youngsters, who win
be privileged to take part in week weekly
ly weekly swimming meets to be con conducted
ducted conducted for swimmers in various
divisions. For these events prizes
will awarded to the winners.
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The SeMuniyfot !h WIBC
Bowling Tournament-to be held
20, ilartd 22 Ftb.at the Dia Diablo
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Clayton Bowling' Alleys, Fort
Culick Bowling Alloy and the
Margarita Bowling Alleys.
All women bowler arw advis advised
ed advised to check the schodule for the
date and hour thoy bewl. Every
attempt wet made to arrange
tha schedule closely as pos possible
sible possible to the desires of the bowl-,
rs and we sincerely hope that
it satisfied with th result.
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Olmedo,

Field In Indoor Net

NEW YORK (UPI) Alex (The
Chief) Olmedo, hero of the recent
U.S. Davis Cup triumph oyer Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, and defending champipn
Dick Savitt head a strong field
whicfc begins play today in the
National Indoor Tennis cham championships.
pionships. championships.

Oscar Robertson Sets Sights
Qn One Of Selvy's Records

By TIM MORIARTY
Oscar Robertson, Who establish established
ed established another University of Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati scoring record without draw drawing
ing drawing a deep breath, today set his
sights on one of Frank Selyy's
major college marks. ;
The 6-foot-5 "Big 0" became the
highest scoring player in Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati history Tuesday night when
he whipped in 43 points in lead
ing the Bearcat's to a runaway ivt ivt-73
73 ivt-73 victorv over Miami of Ohio.
Robertson now hs totted ,6$
points in less than two seasons,
surpassing me om v.mcipnan ca career
reer career record of 1,598, set by Jack
Twyman during a four-year term
with the 3earcats. His next ob ob-iective
iective ob-iective is the major college two-
year recoird of 1,947 points, set by
Selvy when he waa running wuu
for Furman five years; ago.
Will Need Luck
In order to even approach that
mark Robertson will have to
maintain his current 33-point
average in Cincinnati's remaining
seven regular-season games. And
then he would have to add at
least another 100 points in the
NCAA tournament.
So the odds appear stacked
gainst him at this stage of the
campaign, -but based on his latest
oerformamce. he could make it-
with a little bit of luck.
In Tuesday night's game on the
Bearcats' home court, Robertson
accounted for 15 of his team's
first 27 points. He wound up with
17 field eoals and converted 9 of
13 free throws. It was the 17th
victory m i games ior uie near-
cats, who are odds-on favorites to
represent the Missouri Valley Con
ference in the NCAA shindig.
Marquette, meanwhile, became
the first team to accept an "at
large" berth in the NCAA tour
nament while St. Bonaventure ac-
Whatever
Happened to .
William V. (Bill) Shaktsoaare
Bill Shakespeare, a Notre Dame
halfback in 1935, was one of the
stars in a game Irish football fans
never will forget. That was the
Notre Dame-Ohio State game in
which the burly Buckeyes rolled
up a 13-0 lead after three periods.
The Irish made it 14-6, then 13-12.
With only seconds left, Shake Shakespeare
speare Shakespeare replaced the injured Andy
Pilney and flioped a touchdown
pass that made It 18-13.
Whatever happened to Bill
Chakespeare? He has been elect elected
ed elected vice president of the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Rubber Manufacturing Co., a
division of Thor Power Tool Co.,
an organization he joined shortly
,after ieaving Notre Dame.
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Head

Olmedo, the Peruvian who at attends
tends attends the University of Southern
California, opens his first bid for
the crown against Lt. Henry Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Jr., of the Air Force in to today's
day's today's third match. Savitt, former
Wimbledon champion from
South Orange, N.J., opens his title
cepted a bid to the National Invi Invitation
tation Invitation Tournament.
Bonnies Enter NIT
Marquette, which has won 17 of
20 games under former St; Louis
ouach Eddie Hickey, turned down
an NIT bid to join the NCAA
field. The Warriors will play in
the Mideast reglionals: at Lexing
ton. Ky., starting March 10.
St. Bonaventure became the
fourth team to enter the NIT
field, joining St. John's, Villanova
and Oklahoma City. The Bonn ea,
cttai-hed'bV Eddi'DitnovaB
is, -'fcavej:
a 11.9 ronivrA V ' ,1'?
In Tuesday night's other major
games, Southern Methodist re remained
mained remained in the thick of the South Southwest
west Southwest Conference race by bowling
over Texas, 78-61; Duke took over
sole possession of third place in
the Atlantic Coast Conference by
turn ing back Wake Forest,' 85-78;:
and Duquesne gained a 65-57vlc-
tory over Dayton, an NIT hopeful.
Cricket News
Feb. 22: Excelsior vs CngwOl
The Heights Oval in Rainbdvy CJ:
ty Was the 'scene of much cricket
activity last Sunday when hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of fans congregated to wit witness
ness witness the battle for supremacy be
tween what was reputed to be two
of the most potent clubs in the
league, Wanderers C.C. and Surrey
c.c. k-
Having called the coin correctly,
Skipper C DeSouza of Surrey sent
his opponents in to the wickets,
and accordingly, Captain A. Den
nis of the Wanderers Eleven de
puted E. Brown and G. Atherly to
open hostilities. Two wickets fell
early as Atherly got run out and
L. Bowen, who followed, succumb
ed to his first ball a "yorker,"
A stalwart defense was put up,
however, by Brown and S. Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, a partnership that defied the
efforts of the opposing bowlers for
nearly two hours, hd the .acore
climbed to 41 before Campbell at
16, was snappuy caught at wia-on
by Grannum. Brown also lost his
wicket after scoring 19 runs
E. Belgrave added 2, L. Morti Mortimer
mer Mortimer 3, R. Escalona 13, in
cluding 3 "fours," A. Dennis -- 11,
and P. Bowen 4 to complete
total of 77 runs for he Wanderers
club. Surrey's bowlers were:' H.
Mienott 2 for 17 C. DeSouza
3 for 25, M. Grannum 2 for 19.
and R. Waterman who bowled
seven overs, five of which -were,
"Maidens," and captured 2 for 16
in the process.
Surrey opened Its innings with
DeSouza and M. Grannum facing
the speedy deliveries of Campbell
and Escalona. This pair batted
confidently, taking the score to 31
when Grannum (14) was out LB W
to Escalona. George Carrington
and DeSouza then treated the spec
tators to some lusty hitting. Car
rinsrton hit 4 "fours" and 2 "sixes'
in compiling 29 runs, not out. De DeSouza
Souza DeSouza also made 29 but lost -his
wicket just before the winning, run
scored. A
Surreys' total was 79 runs for two
wickets.
Wanderers' bowlers were S.
Campbell 0 for 18, R. Escalona
-r-1 for 19, A. Dennis 0 for 19, E. E.Roberts
Roberts E.Roberts 0 for 12, and E. Bel Bel-grave
grave Bel-grave 1 for 5. -(
. This Sunday, the Cragwell C.C
will make us debut against1 tne
Excelsior club on the (a m.e
grounds. ( ; ."
ORTEGA VS REDL
NEW YORK-(UPI) Welter weights
Gaspar Ortega of Mexlr
cali, Mexico, and Stefan Redl ,f
Pasalc, N.J., will meet in a 10'
rounder at Madison Square Car
den, Friday, March 6. ; v

Welu's

Strong

Tourney
defehse in the next match against
Wilbert Davis of .New: York.
xwo ot uimeaos favjs uup
teammates, Barry 'MacKay of
Dayton, Ohio, and;' 'Sari l6utch)
Buchholz of St. Louis, also will
bid for the indoor crown at the
7th Regiment ; Armory. MacKay
will tackle Myron Franks of Los
Angeles in pne of the top opening
day matches' whjle -,Buchhok will
meet Art Andrews of Iowa City,
Iowa.
In other leading' matches Thurs
day, Hugh Stewart of Pasadena,
Cahf.,-wrtl -fW -John Magnan of
PhilitdelphM ; Toily Vincent of
Elmhurst, .N.Y., wul meet. Alan
Roberts of Brooklyn N.Y.: Grant
Golden of Evnaston, Hi., will play
Jaroslav Drobny of Egypt; Jack
Frost of -Monterey, Calif:, Will
play Pablo Eisenberg of Millburn,
N,J.: Warren Woodcock of Australia-will
play Charles Master Master-son
son Master-son of Brooklyn; Imd Gardhar
Mulloy of Coral Gables, Fla., VlU
play Dick Sorlien of King of Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia, Pa.
Mulloy also has an earlier
match in the opening round of the
senior singles Thursday, against
Robert Nelson of. ManhassefN.Y. 4
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Olmedo is the 'hottest name, in
amateur tennis right now and will
insure the financial success of the.
torunament if he rolls through the
early rounds. Ordinarily, Alex
would make short work of most of
the entrants but this will be,-his
first appearance on boards, a far
different 'surface than the. luch
tuif it Brisbane, where he made
Davis Cup history last December.
Albrook Defeats
Fort Kobbe 6-2
The Albrook "Flyers" downed
the PAF champs, the Ft. Kobbe
"Regulars" last night at Beam
Stadium. 6-2 with "Red" Green
field, eoine all the way.
m.L?,j. '!... i l.Jil il ...
ine game openea. wun mree up
and three down for both teams
the first inning and repeated lor
the Regulars in the second,
The Flyers came to bat In the
bottom of the second inning wrh
Rogillio who singled, shortstop
choice as the .Regular's shortsop
miscued his throw o second and
let Rogillio advance to third and
Zimmerman was safe at -first,
Abercrombie failed to outrun, the
quick infield ball handling by' the
pitcher and first, baseman but
allowed Zimmerman to take 1 se
cond.
Greenfield the next batter re
ceived a fielders choice as he
smacked one to the shortstop,
Palmer attmpted to throw Zim
merman out at home after Rogi
lio scored, but it' was only an or
ror for the Regulars and two runs
for the Flyers. Taylor and Patrie
each failed tot get on base, retir
ing the side leaving Greenfield
stranded on second. -.
The big inning for the Regulars
came in the top of the fifth with
Dudley doubling' to 'left Weld.
Weeks singled and gained on an
ej-ror which scored Dudley. Aceve Aceve-do
do Aceve-do struck out Edgehlli popped out
to third, and Damanato was thrown
out by the third, baseman to re retire,
tire, retire, the side. rt''lY-:r':'tCi'
The only other score came in the
ninth inning when Palmer hit the
only homer of the .evening,' 330 feet
over tne field, icnce.
Albrook "Flyers" scored
with two in the third and
y
again
two in
the Seventh. -'"TV
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SAN tUlS OBISPO, C"aM. (UPI)
Alex Brav6,defensiye halfback
ot tne LOS Angeles, Hams, nns re retired
tired retired to accept a job as assistant
football, and track coahc at Haw Hawthorne,
thorne, Hawthorne, Califs high achool. -,
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Editor; CONRADOT SARCEANT

Veeck Hopes
Controlling

Whitepox; Byi March 31

f ; By ED SAINSBURY I
CHICAGO, tUPIX BiU Veeck
came 'home' yesterday taking up
an option to spend $2,700,000 for
majority control of the Chicago
White Sox. He said he hoped he
could convlnceXharles Comiskey
to stay with the ball club as an
"equal partne'r , y
Veeck, former president of the
St. Louis Brown's and Cleveland
Indians, announced at a heavily
attended flews conference that he
would complete the option he ob
tained on Dec,, W, 1958 for $100
to buy Mrs. Dorothy Comiskey
Rigney's 54 per cent of the White
SOX atOCk. r
He- 'said he hoped to complete
the deal by March 31 or earlier,
it could be arranged.- The ma
jor obstacle,; though Veeck would
not comment on the problem, ap appeared
peared appeared to.be setQement of the 46
per cent of White Sox ttock held
by Comiskey, Mrs. Rigney's broth
er and, vice-president and general
manager of the club.
Might GeV Rebate
Veeck will pay $3,700,000 for
Mrs, Rigney's interest in the club
" :
Conejos took the lead lortner
first time in the season when they

defeated Pumas by to in a mound for the Macaws duft to Bob
game that started the 'second halHj'.orllme'a disabilftv. Wan A.h.

oi me jjasqicn leenage iieaxue
yesterday.
In the match, which only one er
ror was -committed, pitcher Jim
my Dykes got credit for tne victo victorv
rv victorv but he needed the help of Bobby
Brandon, who retired the last five
batters consecutively to put out an
outbreak, of the Pumas in the sixth
inning., ThevlosingThurler. was Bob,
Dilfer who allowed, four hits.
The diminutive second sacker
Craig Stoudner was the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding player defensively., Craig took
part in three doubleplays--com-pleted
one unassisted and snared
two hard drives to help. Dykes in
critical situations.
John Bateman. who struck out
in his first time' at hat to start a
quick doubleplay in the first in
ning, got OUt OI a Siump aim
smashed two long nomers. ne
brought up his total for the season
to 9 the top in the league.
His first foUr-bagger exploded in
the fifth and his second in tne
sixth witha mate; aboard. Bate Bateman
man Bateman has 16 hits in 28 times up and
20 runs batted n.
Conejos scored two runs in the
tnn of the first stanza on a double
byslohnny joyner. rney aauea one
in the second on Bateman's mis mis-one.
one. mis-one. Jim Linfors was walked and
Tnvnpr snrl Genree Hovan got sin
p es for .anotner marner m me
1 .T . u-
ftVi
Macaws, winner of tne nrst nau,
will meet Palomas in today s
eame at the Fastncn xeenage
Park. The game begins at 4:15
Mercurio
Golf Matches Move
To Panama Club ;
rmA irct rniinA of thft Mercudo
r,rvnar,rl PWGA Inter Club
Matches was completed at Fort
Amador Golf Club 01 Saturday,
Feb.14.
RrTA Brook triunphantly walk
ed awav with 5 points. Next was
Panama, last year's silver cup
winner, with 3 points. Fort Ama
dor finished With 3 pom8 also ana
Stimrffit saved a 1-2 poist.
Second m-t'che will be played
at Panama Golf Club on Saturday,
Feb. 28. Final' matches will be
nlaved at Brazos Brook on March
21. Anyone'! guess as to who
will win Mercur''s Silver Cup in
1959! Wi.
Los Guaracheros
To Play Sunday At
'Accountants Day'
The Accduting Division Chapter
Local 900, AFSCME, will hold ah
'Accounting Division Field Day to
w iiciu uii ouiuuav f cuihpi A
This activity, spearheaded by
the Payroll Branch and Balboa
Acct. Unit, will feature softball,
volleyball, basketball and danc
inc. ,.v':,i
'Special guests' Invited from the
Atlantic itegion are xne uunra'
rhprns from Colon and Bam Jr;
from Gambna. who will Clash in
a basketball encounter tt 11
To ton off the daV'l entertain
ment. Lord Byron and his Calyp
so crew will delight the many
who. attend with hit latest hits.

To Rurcliase
Interest In 1

i
4
i
!
hut unless he obtains control ofi
per cent of the stock within,'
one year as well at gets control
of the board of directors in thretT
years, he will receive a rebate on.
mat price.. UKe wise ner wiu re
ceive a rebate pa all money whiclv
tiie White Sox might have to pay;
in taxes to settle the estate" oJ
Mrs. Grace Comiskey, mother o
Mn: Rigney and Charles. i-
Veeck left no doubt that ha
wanted Comiskey with the Whit
Sox and indicated he would go t
any possible lengths tq keep; hinf
with the group.
"We'U buy his stock or do anrS
thing we can," Veeck said. "Wt
want him as a -partner, ? on the
same basis as all the rest of us
with equal authority." Vk I1
' Presumably : Comiskey wouli
have equal power to run the clug
with Veeck and one of hit seve
associates, Hank Greenberg, for former
mer former general manager-and, major
stockholder of the Cleveland 1 In In-dians.
dians. In-dians. r v
."We have the, same" .objectives,'?
Veeck said. "Io bring.'a pennant
club to the South Side of. ChS
cago." v. .-. v.
- 1
Douglas Prelster, who ncnaiiv
I plays at first has will h m
-- -7- ,Jr ' ia flOM'
tonwilI be the choice of tbe Palo
mas.
The box score V
Coneios
A
2
0
2
0
1..;
0'
a;
o
o'J,
l
Stoudnor, 2b-ss;
. 2.
wntors, rf-2b .
Ttranrlnn P
.Z 2
.T'O
. 4 a
Joynejr'j., 3ba'l
Hovan u., c .
Hare J., If .
Hern R., cf
Bowman R.. lb
Hovan J., rf .
Dykas J., p .
Totals
1v, f
"X Pumas
Gangle T.. 2b . .2
0 0 r S1
0 2 4
.2 11 0,
0-4 0
0 2, 0
Williams M., ss
BatemSn J., lb
Potter R., c.;-.
Zelnick J U
Corrigan P., 3b
Fraunheim 3.rtt
Dilfer'R.,;p,4.
Thompson, cf ,
a-Quiroz F.
0
0 ,0
0 0
0 Q
1 3.
0 0.
0 0
0 1
1-.0 0
Totals
21 Z 3 21,11'
Earned runs: Conejos 4. Pumak'.
3. Errors: Bateman. Left on baseae-
C. 8, P. :,3.v Home runs:s Bateman:.
2. Double; Joyner. RBI; Stoudnor) Stoudnor)-Joyner,
Joyner, Stoudnor)-Joyner, Hovan G, 2,. Bateman a,
Stolen bases: Stoudnor. ; Double-
lys: Dilfer to Bateman: G. Ho.
van to Stoudnor; Stoudnor (unas
sisted): Stoudnor to Bowman.
Strikeouts: Dykes 3, Brandon 2.
Dilfera 4. Bases on balls: Dykes S.
TMlfol- .7 TTit Kn nitnh. r.,l
(Fraunheim), Wild pitch: Dykes.,
Balk: Dilfer. Passed balls: Pottejr
1. W.: Dykes. L.: Dilfer. Umnires:
A. Alonso, Frank Stewart. Scoref'
Palomo. Time of game: 2:02.
Champ Round Table
Has Quarler-Crack; z
May Miss Big 'Cap J
ARCADIA, Calif. (UPI) Allr,
time money winning champion
Round Table was -r4r treatment
at Santa Anita today; lor a quair
ter-frack injury to his right from
hoof. i .. i-4 f

The crack "was discovered Sun-,
day after Round Table- had peen
galloped around the tfack. Dr.
John Peters, hi veterinarian je je-ported
ported je-ported the crack wa about a
half-inch long and was ft the rea rea-of
of rea-of the hoof. J 7
Trainer Willie Molter walked the the-horse
horse the-horse Monday and said if th"
champion 'shows no tenderness HP
the hoof he' may be worked arourftp'
the turf in .a da? aw two.
The injury was discovered a day'
after Round Table has passed up-,
the $58,100 San Antonio 'ahdicap"
last Saturday because he was as assigned
signed assigned 135 pounds. His stabl' said
the i impost alone was responsible"
for withholding; Round Table fjrom
the race. ':, '.-'" 1
Molter said a bar-plate had been
ordered placed on the injured hoof m
and. he did hot expect Round W
Me to misa any training. The
ha-se -'a leing pointed for the
$145,oK)0 Santa Anita Handicap..
Feb. 28,. ;"' ;? A
Turfmen recalled that'1 Swap!;;
had a similar quarter-crack1 In
1955 but waa fitted with. a bat bat-plate"
plate" bat-plate" and won the Kentucky Derby!
wittr it. After' the tace the cractt
was cut away and he grew a ne
pieca of hoof. .

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GATUN SWANS The small lock town of iGatun will send one of
the strongest girls relay teams to participate in the 13 to 14 age
froup and unlimited events of the Gamboa Civic Council Swim
Meet. The Catui) rirls as they advance from.yfar4b,year,.and to ah
older age gtpv.p' have' never Jtieen beaten in" a Civic Council Swim
Meet In both the medlej' relay and free style relay events. Although
Gamboa will send two teams in the 13-14 age group against the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Swans, the over-all speed and power of a swimmer like ,Char ,Char-"iene
"iene ,Char-"iene Graves .will take up any slack, and they are going to be-hard
to beat on Sunday March 1 at the Gamboa Pool. .Back row, left to
right: Helen George Pat Daley, Charlene Graves. Front row: Lin

da ; Benton, pjla Moralel,': Conchita Caves. "J
" ifsi I fill'! 'Mi -fcfc rliLB 1

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OSCAR FR ALE Y

NEW YDKK (UPI) AlM0SMfWe'ft',mHfTIB6ri,rIn fourth

tteee- year after nw; s-"'
frtim Hungary, Laszlo TaborJ I
i tryirig today to strike, off the
cfiains of lineliness. v T ; J.
'"It was very bad at first," he
admits. "I couldn't even read the
sighs. But; while the English, it
still bothers me,, ,1 am doing
better."

Studying English at San Jose
College and working at the Santa
Clara Youth Center has filled the
saps as he trains morn ng and
nfght in an attempt to regain the
heights he once strode as Onept
t!e jrorld'i finest runprts.
"iThree years ago he was one of
Hungary's record-smashing trio
along with Sandor Iharos and Ist Ist-van
van Ist-van Rozavolgyi. Laszlo had run a
3J8 mile at London in 1956 in a
race in which' Britain's Chr s
Chataway and Brian Hewson both
hall run 3:59 His hopes were
high for a 1,506-metet' and 5,000 5,000-meter
meter 5,000-meter double in the Olympic
Games at Melbourne
Hungarians Rvolt
x shortly after the Hungarians
left for the, Olympics, their coun countrymen
trymen countrymen rose up ii) a vain but
itlied effort to win their freedom
from Russian, domination. Tabori,
a one-time army lieutenant, was
frustrated to be sc far away from
the action. ;
"It vwas1 Imosslbfr tal 1 us'Mfl

train properly Jn those three, weeks:
before the Olympics,? .recalls tne

gler-der, long-jawed man with the
curly chestnut hair. "We certainly,
couldiftr keep bur- nVBdffoJi ftty
things'" as "sports -' i
It is no alibt.lt is merely firm

statement of fact. It also accounts

in the 1,500-meter race' and sixth

at 5,000-meters; Then he joined

the freedom flight along with 35
of 'his countrymen to the United

aiaies.

Others Co Home

Along The Fairways

PANAMA WQMBN'ftiOQLF ;
r ... ASSOCIATION. dl(,(
- - r v 'fc

iValentine's Day found a good

turnout fori the mouth y tpurna tpurna-tnnt
tnnt tpurna-tnnt of th PWGA held, at Fort

Amador ; Golf .- Club.' However,, it
w the high "handicaippertf' who
' Talked away with the prizes $hat

"Dig" airis usually, win.,
Two very iexcl'e4.,grl at the
tournament wor, Joan Clare and

Eye Mon'ittlrwhen tiey, broke 100

W: tne nrst time,.
: r-."-V;-.:-f .-.

, .Among. Jve first prize ; winners

Joan Clare with net 62
ftuth Rigney with her 8
. JEve Montleth with iiet 67

vAlways- In there and .la there

Jain was, Citt Burns with a gross

C The Association was most ap.

i. preciauve oi ine donated prizes

maae aviuaDie Dy Na ional D'stil D'stil-1
1 D'stil-1 leJrs and ?fl American A'rwava.

f Meeting ind tournament for the
- mori'h of March will be at Brazos

j Brook, 2V March., See you therel received vo.es this week

Buj!doxjjte
StrikesIQiitil

Bit George Trimble and Mighty

Mo Schoch locked horns in a fine

pitching duel list (tight at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium.' Schoch racked up

the first no-hitter of the tcaolastie
seasoa 3-0. t- v.. J?i. .,.,

Any lesss pteclacular perform

ance on the part of the Balboa

pitcher may have resulted m a

defeat. Trimble of J.C. scattered

four hits, walked five and struck

out ten as Seboch walked five,

struckout thirteen and allowed no

hits :,: ;.

v As tht&', iiiiit t d

through Me bad inning. This time
it was the "fatefui third." Tr'm

ble strueu out Schoch ind threw

out Morris to have two away -and
nobody aboard in ine third and it.
looked like an easy inning for. the j

College." rrencn wonted iTimme
for a bas on balls and' Ammariti
was hit by Trimble.

With tw6 out and first and
second occupied Joe Garcia

poked a bounder past second base

for the first RBI. of the game.

Th high school scored two in

surance runs ass spuriocK arop-

ped Ness' routine fly pau Al

lowing Garcia ana- Amarrata w

score. , ,

College had runners in sconng

position several times But were
unable to hit tie bUirjlc liyr-,

ies of Scnoen.,,,. i;

The closest the College came w
ruining Schoch' n6-hitter was a
sizzling groundef 6ff the bat of
Ray Oakley i the fourth stanza
that knocked the Balbo short-stop
oV"er. the official scorers decision
credited the shot Wop with er'
ror and Mo was home siliWJti;!
fine no-hitter.

Schoch chose an oppcirtune

night to show his stuff as nus nus-hureh
hureh nus-hureh Pirate scout, Ab Flyrin, was

on hand to witness it and was fa favorably
vorably favorably impressed.

imA'j t.i it. it'--"
The box scor: ,wivJo.ia )o a

V, 4W

series.

Balcer. 190: Dube

185: HiBh Team

r.A.A., ten, i.ucKj struie.

2832; Nhi, 2828, High Team

Game.

P.A.A., 1042, Pan Imperial 1011.

H.I. Homa 912, High Series.

Baker, 687, Coffey 686. Hi eh

Single Game :

Lane ; 279, Damian 279. Chart

ers 263."

RC Nehi pounded out a 4 to 0

win over Lucky Strike and reeain

d their three game lead in the

Diablo Major League. The League
leaders tad games of 967-926-935
for a total of 2828 which is the 3rd

best series in the loop this year.

Harry Colbert bad 624, which was

the high series of the night, to

lead RC. Nehi. Harry Klumrjo's

573 and Hal Kaelin'i 572 helped
pile up the pinfall. Tony Damian
led the -smokers with 549.

"iUm"""'- I'll
They were terribly lonelv

days says the little man. "San

dor and. Istvan went back home.
They had the wife and childr. I

didn't hear from my mother, fa father
ther father or sister. I was in a strange
country and couldn't speak the
language." ,

For a time, Laszlo thought of
going fcaok -td' his -native 4and. He

worked in a shoe factory and at
various other jobs. And, finally,
he began to absorb, E'r'ish. .,

Curently lie is East run in

various indoor meets. He was

second to 1 Ireland's Ron DelanV

in the Philadelphia Inquirer meet
in" 4:06.8 and Saturday ffah second

to Chicago's Phil Coleman in a
4:08.8 race at the New York AC
Games. This Saturday night he'll
compete in the' Nationar AAU
championships.

Jr. College
Crawford c

Trimble p

Harley rf

Oakley cf
Mead lb
Sprick cf
Peterson ss
Casira If
Gibson IB
Totals

BHS
Morris
French
Ammirati
Garcia
NesS
Thompson
Kirkland 7th
Pojak
Engelke 7th
Pearl
Choch

Totals

Ab
3
3
3
2
2

3 6
1 0
23 0

H P
0 11

0
0
0
0
d

l
o
2
1

5 0
21

10

1

s

No. Carolina Grabs
Firsl Place In UPI
Basketball Ratings

NEW YORK" (UPD-The North

Carolina Tar Heels, raided by Ken

tucky's loss to -Mississippi State,

look over first place today m

United Press International's eol-

AartA koclrafhall rotinfTK fnr 1h

"first time since Dec. 17,- 1957.

Kentucky slipped from first to

third. V i "!

Coach Frank McGulre's Tar

Heels, beaten only ; by Michigaaj

State in 17 starts, moved up from

second. Kansas State (19-1) ad
vanced. from third to second.

The 35 leading coaches who rate

the nation s major colleges for
UPI f, also ma several other

changes in ihe top 10. The coaches jimn- four winners at

considered games played througi.corle won aboard : Deaf1

Saturday, night in their latest di

iois.

-id

H P A I
112 1
0 0 0 0

1 1,1

plt-.l13fi4)

27 3 4 11

Perez Redeems Self

By Whipping Jap

Flyweight

MAJOR

Teams
RC Nehi

Wynn'i i

P.A-
Lucky Strike
Fuerza y Lui
Seymour.. Agency
Pan' Imperial

H.I, Homa

"V,

LIAOUI

; Won Last

??57l4.30Vi
46 42
44 44
43 M
40 47V!i
il 57
28Vi 59

.. .. nign Him nirni
Astra 958
Kent agarettes 029
Blue.SUr 915

High Avrg

Lane,

High ndividual
to. Pope'
H. DeLuca
R. Telamd .

(3 Oamts)
656
627
617

High ndividual Came
' R. Toland 267
L. Hack 250
C. Ehremberg. 247
Hillman' Cars took Lincoln Life
A for 1, but-by the hard way.
Lincoln Life won the first game
clobbering the Hillman boys oy
107 pins. In this game the 2 team
low ave bowlers for Lincoln came
through. with the 2 high games.
Harry Klump, the oldest bowl
er on the C.Z. la yearl and the
only ABC member to receive ihe
P.C.B.A. life membership award,
rolled 2nd. high game 199. John
Barbour was high with 202. J

Burgoom Was high for Hillman

ana G Metzger had, 548-510.
Zenith took Cafe Duran all 4
points and moved up to within
t points from Hillman.
H. .DeLuca for Zenith had a
big night with a booming 627 ser

ies and a 238 game; the 627 ma del Jones, cf

winover

WyiuVs Friction Proofing Wert

held to .a 2-2 stalemate by .Sey

mour Agency. In the $st game Sey

mow piled up a 169 pin lead which

was enough to assure them of to

tai pinfall. Wyhn's took the last
two games Ray Dube stain led

wyan s with 594 and boosted him himself
self himself into seebnd place, in the aver averages
ages averages with a 25 pin advantage over
Mae. Lane who also has a 185 aver

age,' Bob Boyerhit 585 for Seymour
Agency. Art Graham's 238 was

high game of the night.

; i P.A.A. scored a 3 to 1

Flierza y Luz to move back into
3rd place. DeLuca's 5721edP.A.A

Gliechman and Fistonich shar shared
ed shared top honors with 534 for the
Light 'and Power Squad PA. A. was

oil to a poor start in the opener
but rallied witn games of 957 and
923 to- score their 3 points.

i In the battle for the seventh soot

in we;, league, fan imperial sron

ed a 3 to i victory over H.I. Homa

Bud Balcer had 568 for the losers
and Ted Albritton topped both

teams with 595.

All bowlers are reminded that

Saturday Feb. 21 is the closing

date tor entries in the City Bow.

line tmirnsmont nrhihh will ho

heJdVat Diablo Heights Mair;.. to.

Marco 14. Get your entries Into
Jack Voss. before 21. Averages as

of Feb. H will

the handicap.
Lucky Strike
T. Damian
Morrow

I Lutteuberger

P. Damian

Total

ba used to figure

0
161 213 175 549
145 158 199 502
172 124 184 480
155201. 155,. 5H
199 148 166 513

132 844

879 2555

TOKYO (UPI) -Pascual Perez
world flyweight champion from
Argentina, redeemed himself in
-the eyes of Japanese oing fans
Wednesday night by scoring a un unanimous
animous unanimous 10-round 'iedslon over
Kenji Yonekura, this country s
flyweight champioii. ;
Perez scaled ilu pounds while
Yonekura, who was fighting his
seventh bout since turning, profes professional
sional professional last May, weighed 113. A
crowd of 5,000 wrtched. the hout
in. the Nihon. ; University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. ' v: : :-,i-:h,,,
. .,
, the triiimph gave the Argentine
fighter a record of 48 victories,
one draw and one defeat, ....
Referee Ko Toyam favored
Perez, 5-1. Judg Hruo .Iahiwa .Iahiwa-tarldo
tarldo .Iahiwa-tarldo also scored It 5-1 .and Judge
Takeo Ugo favored Peres, 6-0. t

BOOTS FOUR W1NNIRS

t2041 advanced

from 15th-Iorj0Or' and appeared
in the sflect group for the first
time since tM wpi j ratings were
inaugurated W7dV California
(15-4) advanced from 12th to ninth.
Bradleyi.beatehfttairfiweek by

St. Louis, 'shpped If 6ntelghth to

12th; west Virginia,-upset by New
York Universityj dropped froia
10th to 14th,t.i fdimv,ff :

t Cincinnati, (164)

Una, State jJ8.j?1 Auburn (18-0)
and .... Michigan ust8te (13-3) re remained
mained remained J( 4-5-6.7.; --Si. ;,touis (16-:)
moved from ninth to eighth.
Texas Christian,, ( 16-4). the

Southwest. Confe-ence si eider-

headed the, second 10 group, Brao
ley.. West"' Virginia,.' Mar

quette, , s Louisville,- St- John's
(N.Yi), St. Bonavehture, Ooka-

homa City and St. Manr' (Calir.)
followed in order., No other schools

BOWIE, Md. (UPI) BObby
Corle increased his Jockey leader-

shio to 13 Tuesday ; as. h Nx?ed

Bowie.
Delin

quent, in the second, Disarmed in
the fourth, Jojly Rhymet hi the
fifth and Sun Event, in the, sixth
race.' u,'

KIDNEYSmust
CLEANaiitACIDS

P.lrPP clem ut 'awH acWa

and polaonou wnta In your blood

througft miuiona or uny ani

or rutara in th uonay. whan

1 nmi

lnradt thaa aauoat t uoaa ana ini ini-tata
tata ini-tata tha bladdar, making you auffar
from tb dlaeomforta raauitlna from
thaaa lnfaotlona,tha roo fact old
tlrad. narvoua and dapraaaadTry
Cyatax and cat afftetlva rallaf from

thaaa allmanttj -CyataKi combat

Eirma, claaha out axoaaa aeld fron
Idnaya and bladdar and aoothaa (rrl (rrl-tatad
tatad (rrl-tatad tlaauaa. Aak for Cyatax from,
your drurt 1st today and aaa how
Much bettor and happlar you will faal
uraln. Qt Oyatax from your drurfiat

, 184
192
191
188
212
. Ht
Ageny J
197

RC Nehi
Vescio
Klumpp
Allen
Kaelta

Cnlhert

STouiT

Saymiur
Schmidt

Boyeir
Bates
Hassler
Soyster
Totals
Wynn's 2
Dube
Hlnely
Amato
Graham
Bell
Totals

Fueria y Lux 1
Winqulst
Tarr
Bieber
Fistonich
Gliechman
Totals

P.A.A. 3
Lowande 149
DeLuca 147
Voss 137
Melansbn 175
Lane .. 172
Totals 780

Pan Imperial S
Burgoon
LaBeau
Prusinowskl
Palm
Albritton
Totals

H.I. Homa 1
Kleischmann
Schneider

Thomas

Balcer

Rogers

Totals

Balboa Men's
Bowling League.

210
160
143
199
214.
m

165
221
16
185

198

559

573

500
572

624

935 2828

162 201 5C0

188 208 189 585
164 185 162 511
224 150 132 506
171 171 157 499
44 876 841 2661
192 213 189 591
166 158 194 57
137 183 168 488
117 238 "0 525
163 155 161 179
77S 47 8882 24u4

178 156 189 523
150 154 132 436
166 159 187 512
173 172 189 53t
190 171 173 534

157 812

870 2539

172
201
206
195
183
S7

172
224
168
168

191

493
572

511

533

543

923 2640

193 179 177 549
164 165 161 490
190 69 159 M8
185 123 154 462
183 233 179 595
15 169 830 2614

130 140 166
167 190 172
162 156 185
194 205 169
167 139 149

820 830

Pacific Softball
League

Standings
Teams w L Pet.
Abernathy Uniesport 10 l .909
Pan Liquid 9 3 ,750
Janteen 6 3 .667
Ambassadors(Maduro's) 3 10 .231
Mariners 0 11 .000
Abamathy Uritort shut out
Madure's Ambassador
A one sidtd batting exhib ition by
Abernathy Unisport In Monday's
tame against Maduro'S Ambassa Ambassadors
dors Ambassadors ended 24 to 0.

new nunnger was uie winning

wiener put missed out on a no noli
li noli tter af'er Atkins and Robbins
s'ngled in .he fourth. Maduro s
pitching staff had Spivey, the los loser.
er. loser. 'Tex' Atkins and Harding in
action in an effort to stop Uni Uni-sport's
sport's Uni-sport's 18-hit barrage.
Larry J?nes led the hitting with
a homer, tripL. double and two
singles in six trips. Hillinger and
Al Husted also hit homers for Uni
sport.
The box score:
Abernathy Unhport

Tafct, sg

him 2nd. high for the season. J

Tejada also had a fine 527. D'
Carter- was high for the Coffee

boys with 526. Toland had a 507
Tivoli Travels and Balboa Beer
rad a re albattle all the way. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa won the first 2 games but al almost
most almost lost total pin fall in the last

R. Dube, the come along kid was

the big gun for Balboa with 524.

Lickfield was high for Tivoli with

481.
Kent Cigarettes, moving up fast
as of iate, took aid 4 points from
Martini Vermouth. Pepe Damian
was high for Kent with a good 560.

J. Palm ,was high, for Martini
with 481: V

Astra bowled a good 2300 series,
biit run into Good Years best night
losing all 4 points. The tire boys
had 3500 soies, M. Lane the
work horse, 562; E. Dunn 543 and
Curly Bates 502.
C. Ehremberg was high for As

tra with 547. and J. .Bieber had

521.

Blue Star got back into the win
colium by taking Pepsi Cola for
all 4 points.
Blue Star also had 3 men in the
500 class. R. King, 564; R. Alva Alva-rado
rado Alva-rado 549 and Somarriba 525.
Tony Luttenberger was high for
the Cola boys with a fine 528. but

did not get much help from the

H'lzinger, p
Flynn, 3b
Husted, c
Trout, lb
Chance, If
DeLaMater,
Wood, pf

2b

Maduro's

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, Gun Club iVfites

1 Balbcr!Gvn Chk f
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The 1959 .22 pistol championship
tournament was iired -. last Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Balboa.Jiio Club range
amidst neavy gusts of wind, giuis
trong enoueh 16 ihattpr th con

fidence of veteran shooters and

raise havoc with the scores.
Match winner was navy1 Chief
McKee of Rodman Naval Station
with an 847 out of a oossible -nrt
of 900. In second place; and also
high sharpshooter, Sp, 3 J. A.
Trudell, as.Armyu, Ft- Koobe
-825 Third place went to Chief
W. J. Mohr, U.S. Navy, Rodman
Naval Station-23 High expert,
F. E. Weils, secretary of Balboa
Gun Club 809. High marksman,
Sgt. E. Menk, U.S. Army, Ft.
Clayton 798.
In the individual matches mak making
ing making up the aggregate Score: Match
No 1, slow-fr, winner,. Bp. 3 Trud Trudell
ell Trudell 183 x .200; 1st expert, MSgt

T.M. CoSper,:US.rArmy, Ft Kob-

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR I

be 177; 1st sh rpshootar,
L. W. Parks. US Navy.

Communications Station, Balboa
IRQ- 1t m.rV.m.n Crt 1LU.I,

175. jiff

Match No. 2, Umed-fire, wirihfcV4,
P.S. Stewart, Canal Zone Police-
197 x 200; 1st expert, F. E. Well 1
190; 1st sharpshooter, C b ie :
Mohr 190; 1st marksman, Sg"
Menk 181.
Match No. 3, rapid-fire, winnei
Chief McKee 192 x 200; 1st e
pert Sgt. B. E. Gregory, U.S.Aj:,
my. Ft. Clayton 187; 1st sharr.
over, Chief Mohr 187-;a4;"
marksman, Sgt. menk 179.
Match No. 4, National Mate
Course, winner, Chief McKt)i
281 t 300; 1st expert, F. H. SmltJM
276; 1st sharpshooter Chfcii:
Mohr 279; 1st marksman,: Sg
Menk 263. f
The next NRA approved piatf j J
match will be a three gun .941-.
aggregate fired the third Sunday
of March. ; a
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Safina

414 to rti Uttl box.

FARFAN MIXED LEAGUE
Won Lost
P n Pals 37V4 22V4
Cherry Pickers 36 24
Peppers 33 26V
HiHos 31V4 28
Stingers 3m 29H
Jon-I-Cols 29 31

Wing Dings 21 V4 38

Jesters 20V4 39W
Pin Pals 3 Jesters 1

141 2491

First met the last, and as to be
expected, the first came out first.
The firsts, nee Pin Pals, dropped
the first but finished strong in the
last part of the match. On the oth other
er other hand the last placers, nee Jes

ters, were first in the beginning
but last In the latter part of the

match.

Confused? Briefly, Pin Pals won
three and the Jesters one. For the

Pin Pals, Babs Kelly got what ev every
ery every woman bowlerette wants.
Namely a 500 scratch series. On
the other side of the ledger sheet
for the Jesters, Johnny F.ly upheld
the men's prestige with a 529
scratch.
Cherry Pickart 3 Stingers 1
The runnerup team, Cherry
Pickers kept pace with the lead,
era. by also taking three points.
Only in the mjddle game did the
Cherry Pickers falter and the.
Stinger stung them for a point.
George Beaver and Mike the
Saint, St. Michael, were the powr.
erhouses far the Pickers'. Commu Communication
nication Communication Boss Man of the Navy,
Don McGuire was the hossv.mn
of the stineer m well as his little
woman. Bth' aluo performed in a
favorable fashion.
Pappars 4 Hi Ho 0
It was a rough session for the HI
Hos. they drnpoed In the team
standings, and they took it on the

chin for all four nolnts. To make

the picture more dismal for the Hi
Hos. ah onints "'ere drormed bv

close margin. The Peomr took
he first one hv W. the middle one

433 V 7 and thp finale bv 9.

529; Scottv Mhon. was the Main

50J

568

455

Winter

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Feb. 12

Team Standings Won Lett

Hillman Cars 48 19
Zenith T.V., 47 21
Lincoln Life 40 28

Tivoli Travel! i 84 33WJ

Kent cigarenes st m

Astra Products 35 35

Good Year Tires 32 33
Balboa Beer-- 8' 36
Martini Vermouth 30 38

Bloey' Star 2840
Cafe Duran 28 40

Pepsi Cola ,1 j 22 4

is High Team (3 Games)

Hillmaa Cart

Zenith TV

.Lincoln Lift

2609

2543
2528

Sneey for the Petroers. and he got
heln from Mrle Tanadv. Fr the
low W Wos the WiNo" familv n n-('avord
('avord n-('avord to avert the tragedv.
M'iriel had 555 and Willie 518, both
hdep. ...
' Jen-I Col 3 Wing Dings 1
The curtain rsisine game was
rlose. and the wing Dings rabhd
the winning chit v fl rmnlo. AW.
er tha It wa all Jon-I Cols with

ease. Thre of the Jon-I-Tol wept
over he 500 hden figure. Msrg Col Collins
lins Collins 510. Tjickv Jons smacked sn
even ao" hricn, but tfc wo aar'trh
f't-'de'' Twky. nd Wayne roW"
20: For the .Win Dings. Charlie
.Tkson tabhed 51 bdrn, and Doc
Wilmirn made it with 507.
1 18th Annual Teurnamant
The Arnav Mixed League from
Fort Kobbe will enter a quintet In
'. ' ''..

Hard a, ss, p,

Aitxins, 3b. t

Robbins, ss, c
Herrers, e, cf
Fish, lb
Spivey, p, 3b
Rodriguez, If

Diaz, rf

Shaffer, 2b

The linescore:

3 0 0

Abei-naro Unispor
352 606 2-24 18
Maduro'j Ambassadors
000 000 0 0 3

the team ,ever$- ?flii ffOTWBination
should give a good account of it itself
self itself in the forthcoming tnnma.

ment. The team will lineup with
Wiiey Williamson of tne Mix Mas

ters. Bob Mathias of the SleeDers,

oaj L,aquiaara 01 uie Los Banditto

Shep Shepani of the Woodpeckers

ano jonnny Ely of the Rebels.

An' of 'theSK8oVIefsr,Sr affiunA

the 500 scratch figure, and these
Arnav Stars will bear watching
and could prove to be the dark
horse team of the tournament. Not
many teams from Kobbe lanes
have rolled in previous city tour tournaments
naments tournaments and the entry of the Ar Arnav
nav Arnav Stars practically assure that

each major bowling 'establishment

win be represented ih the tourney.
The closing entry date for the

tourney is this week, and those
teams, singles, doubles and all-

event competitors that want to en-

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secretary of the Pan-Canal Bowling
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Setter cettaset, between Santa
Clira and Ria Hit. Naw law

Rhone lalbea l
Carra Asul Club. Naw manase manase-mant,
mant, manase-mant, tarty dwhei. wall (rocked
an, muiic, hatha, heatt, fiahinaj.
Accessible by cancrata read. JO
minutes fromi Panama.
PHILLIPS Oeaaneioe CaWaaat
Santo CUra It da P. Phaaa Pa Panama
nama Panama a- If 77 Cristobal J-1673.
aldwln'a fvrnlihad apartments
at Santa Kara leach. Talaphana
Imith, Gambaa 102.
Houses
FOR MNT: Niealy furniihed
hauia tba Trans-lithmian
Hifhway 10 minutea from tha
city. Idaal far Amaricani wha
lika cemfort and have children.
Tkraa badraami with cloicta,
larta livini and dining-room, kit kitchen
chen kitchen with refriserater, gat ttova,
hat watar, maid's quartar, fanccd
yard, awimmini pool, oaraaja,
telephone. Rant $150 monthly.
To reipensiblo party anly. Phena
1-6202 for appointment.
POR HINT: Cempletely fur furniihad
niihad furniihad chalat, badroemi. 2
baths, maid's room with bath,
porch, terraca, larata, hot watar.
II Canareje. Rhone J-0591.
vJOR RENTt Modarn ahalat,
furnished, 2 bedrooms, ate. Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Altfre, Santuarie Nacienal.
Phono 3-2795.
0R RINT: Privata three bed bed-toom
toom bed-toom house, Golf Heiphti. Spa-
jeui fancaf-iiraunds. Phone lal lalbaa
baa lalbaa 4169 or 2170.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished roam,
atave, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath ana entrance. no.
Mad Srradtr T(, f -0638
yuiiiiiiviwiui witwH
if yen stead warehouse at fae fae-t.tory
t.tory fae-t.tory building wall located near
the center of tha city, wa are of of-kXerlns
kXerlns of-kXerlns to coirstruct on our 2728
aej- meter lot in Calle Q. in ac accordance
cordance accordance with yaur requirements.
Phono Dr. Valdes, Panama 2 2-0893
0893 2-0893 for details.

Commercial

Advertise In this section Adr only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATlOfl CALL 2-0740

FOR SALE
FRIGETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR AUTOMOBILE
$270.00
RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
RESINTS MOVING
GENOA, Italy (UPI) Maria
Cenna, 79, was forced by court
order Sunday to move from the
apartment on Genoa's Via Fabio
Filzi where she had lived for
nearly 50 years. The old woman
tpiled her meager possessions out
pn the sidewalk, police said, and
"then set fire to the apartment she
had loved so much.
INTER SOCCER EVENT
ROME (UP) Japan Tuesday
became the 25th nation to enter
the soccer event of the 1960 Olym
pic Games. Eventually the list
will be weeded down to 16 par participants
ticipants participants for soccer champion championships.
ships. championships. If our professional or amatenrl
tranamlwor needs ropalruic, talkl
with Br. Rafael Dial, our
TR0PELC0, S. A.
Srrvlre Dept. Manager Tel.
No.
J-JiS.

POR RENT: Completely fur.
ished two bedroom aparment,
hat water. Camp Aleare. linen,
dishes. Phena 3-5024.

FOR RENT. fieint on vacation.
Furnished apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, livina room, dining room,
garage. From March 1st to April
30th. Chalet Conchita, opposite
Mini-Max. Phana 3-2084.
FOR RENT: Apartment large
PENTHOUSE, Ne. Colombia
atraet. $140.00. Phana 3-0331
or 2-5381.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dininf
balcony, bathreem with bidet
and bath tub, kitchen, laundry
room, garage, hot water instal installation
lation installation and ether conveniences,
new building. Phone 3-2593,
Mr, Martin.
FOR RENT: Good throe 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.
Phona Panama 3-0763 ar 2 2-0027.
0027. 2-0027. FOR RENT:, One bedroom
apartmont Jivlnf-dinina room,
kitehenj bathroom, $35.00. Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Avenue, Lat Relnas Ruild Ruild-Ing.
Ing. Ruild-Ing. FOR RENT: Cangraje furnished
one ream apartment. New furni furniture,
ture, furniture, hot watar, balcony. $85.
Call 3-1789.
Chemical Plant
Leak Gives Whole
Town & Good
ANDOVER, N. J. (UPI) Who-
ver laid "tnere notmng use
good cry" bad better itay awy
from here.
Hie whole town wai bawling
arly today.
tartaUSPeMluteWdUi aiieg
nicht watchman at tiie Tennant
Chemical Co. mat wai at :w m.
m., when a gasket broke.
The gasket was on a pipe that
held liquid thiophenaL Thiopbenal
vapors make you ery.
Zenes rushed to the shower
room Co wash the vapors off his
body, then ;aUid police.
A husky patrolman arrived. He
started, weeping, too. The cop
tried to drive Zenes to a hospital
but he was crying so hard he
couldn't see the road.)
They called a cab and told the
driver to take them to the hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. The cabbie, bawling his head
off, drove as best he could, which
was wobbly
By then, the whole town was
lachrymose.
"We could smell the stuff aeven
miles away," a police spokesman
said. "It smelled a little iuu rot rotten
ten rotten eggs, but not quite."
Plant officials were using a
neutra'lizer today to ry the
town's tears.
Full day .excursion
SANBLAS
Sun'n- 'arch 1
COPA twin engine
DC-3 Transport,
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. 2-1661
LIFE INSURANCE
. .call
Jllrt RIDGE
Genera) Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
M a.m. to 12:00
t-M p.m. to l:0
Saturday: S:0 ajn. to 12:
JUDSON
Super chargers
for your
Volkswagen and Ghia
MGA, Dauphine
50
more power
Cia. Istmena
Aula Servicio,
de
S.A

Frangipani St
Tel. 2-1870

FOR SALE: 1957 MGA, top
condition, wire wheals, 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. 1953 Buick, Riviera
Sedan, 4 door, radie, heater,
power steering, power seat,
power windows, Dynaflow, naw
battery, goad tires, E-Z eve glass,
35,000 ,mllei. $775.00. House
0530-A, Ancon. Phono 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
fiite transmission radio-Heater,
large wheel Discs. Twe tone
White sidewall tires. Outside
Mirror Blackup lights. Air foam
seats day and nigh rear view
Mirror Power steerino and power
brakes Canal Zone Delivery an
th car S3, 800 Panama Dilrvery
$4,800 Will sell for $2,950.
Phone '5-169 Gatun.
FOR SALE: '952 Hudsan
Wasp, 4-door, radio. Mr. Overall,
House 155-A, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: '58 Austin Healy,
100-6, qood condition, Ov-D,
6,000 miles $2750. Tel. Balboa
2-1695.
Harriman Feels
Pakistdnis Won't
Use Arms On India
CALCUTTA Feb,' 19 (UPI) -Formeo4ttrfjqoki6rell
Uammuia
of NewoWaRrysterUy -he
shared President Eisenhower's
conviction that American arms
sent to Pakistan never would be
used aginast India.
"There could be no question of
Pakistani aggression against In
dia because that would be foolish
on the nart ot Pakistan." he told
a riewcMIeHfVfe
m a iwir in uuia.
"America1 does not believe to
armaments and actually disarm
ed and disintegrated the biggest
force the world bad ever seen
after World War II," Harriman
said. "Russia by her policy of re rearmament
armament rearmament compelled the United
States to rearm, much against
American wishes."
CRASH KILLS SOLDIER
BERLIN (UPI) One Ameri American
can American soldier was killed and five
others were injured Monday when
a military vehicle crashed into a
tree -in-", West ..'Berlin. U.S. head head-ouarters
ouarters head-ouarters here said names of the
victims would be withheld until
next of kin were informed.
pjicle
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Panama!
Colon
have jrori (ot a Hlah rMelily eet.l
Radio a TV wit In need ef repair?!
No matter what kind It la, calf eurl
Tel. Ne. i-71M, and wa will gladly I

repair it.
TR0PELC0, S. L
45th St. Via Enafta.

FOR SALE. Stove, refrigerator,
2 end tables, one small desk, day
bed, girl's bicycle, one boy's bi bicycle.
cycle. bicycle. Call Panama 2-3066, 30
51st street, apt. 3.

FOR SALE: Furniture and rugs.
Excellent condition.- Bargain,
price. Phona 3-6775.
FOR SALE: Wettinghouse laun laundromat
dromat laundromat and Twin Clothes Dryer
$325.00.
Servel two Deer Refrigerator
Freezer $125.00.
Gas Stove $40.00.
2 Modern Foam Rubber Sec Sectionals
tionals Sectionals 78" long with Matching
Chair 3 Month. Old $350.00.
Mahogany Twin Bads with Pa Pa-sterpedic
sterpedic Pa-sterpedic Mattress, Night Table,
Vanity, Chair $425.00.
Birch Baby Bed with Pasterpedie
Mattress and Chiffonier $125.
Miscellaneous Appliances Call
Panama 37234 or 4-1368.
FOR SALE: 1 refrigerator Frl Frl-gidaire
gidaire Frl-gidaire 7.5 cu. ft. new CO cycle
unit. 1 Bendix Economat auto automatic
matic automatic washer. 1 mahogany double
bed complete with apring and N
foam rubber mattress. 1 maho mahogany
gany mahogany vanity dresser with mirror
and bench. 1 Simmene studio
couch. 1 trombone Franks. House
6371, Les Rios.
FOR SALE: Wesringhause refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, 614 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: Wostingheuee re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator 8 ft. now 60 cycle
unit, very good condition. $65.
Call Gamboa 168.
FOR SALE: Real buy, Singer
sewing machine, (console) at attachments,
tachments, attachments, Underwood portable
typewriter, large baby bassinet
with
(reran marrrasa, oaay play
all like new. Call 84-8187.
pan, all
POR SALE: 3 piece aat with
coffee table. Colon Doming O O-baldia
baldia O-baldia lOat 1008 Apt. 6.
NOW: China Closets 22.00,
double beds 12.50, wicker chairs
.$0 wardrobes 25,00, dining
Mom table and 4 'chairs, 45.00.
livingreem sate 8.0O, vanities
1 5.00, cribs wmatt raises 29.00,
sideboards 12.00, small tables
5.50, mattresses 6.50, apring
12.50, metal desk 29.00. pillowa
1.25 ALSO beautiful wrought
iron and mahogany living and
diningroom sets at rock bottom
prices Auto Row No. 41
Nacfona(- Household IchangaT
on. J.7348.
Veeck Won't Reveal
Plans Until Sure
Of Chisox Control
By ED SAINSbUrY
CHICAGO (UPI) Bill Veeck
has nlans for th rWaon whit.
Sox, but he won't reveal them un-
ui ne is certain ne nas cnarge of
the fortunes of the Comiskey Comiskey-founded
founded Comiskey-founded baseball empire.
"You don't spend $2,700,000 with without
out without thinking about what you're go going
ing going to do," he said, "but we're not
going to say anything about our
plans until we know we own the
ball club."
Veeck and his seven associates
Tuesday picked ud their oDtion to
ilbuy the 54 per cent stock interest
Win the White Sox held by Mrs. Dor-
otny Kigney, and said they expect expected
ed expected to complete the purchase by
March 31 or earner.
The maior stumbling block to
earlier completion would be the
position-of Vice President Charles
Comiskey, who holds the other 4B
per cent of White Sox stock. Veeck
left no doubt that he wanted Com
iskey in the organization.
-we a nice to nave mm as an
equal partner," Veeck said, "with
equal authority."
Veeck said that he and Hank
Grenberg, former general manag
er and major stockholder of the
Cleveland Indians, would be the
major operating officials of the
White Sox, but that Comiskey
could become a third member of
the group on equal terms.
To do so, however, Comiskey
would have to sell part of his stock
holding to Veeck and his associ
ates. Veeck said he had talked to
Comiskey "two or three times"
and would meet him again to try
to convince him he should join the
new group.
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Fordham Becomes
Fifth Team To Be
Named For
NEW YORK (UPI) Fordham
(13-5), which upset St. John's last
Saturday in a bid for top local
honors, Wednesday nieht became
the fifth team, named to thet 42-
team National Invitation Tourna
ment at Madison Square Garden,
March 12-21. J
Previously picked tar the 22nd
annual sprine competition were St.
John's, Villanova, Oklahoma City,
ana si. tsonaveniure.
Fordham. coached bv Johnny
Bach, also had been reportedly
under consideration for a berth in
the NCAA tournament. The Rams,
who have won six of their last
eigne games, wiu ne appearing in
the NIT for the third time. They
finished fourth in 1943; last year
they defeated St. Francis (Pa.),
83-59, in the first round, but lost.
to, Payton, 74-70, m the quarter quarterfinals.
finals. quarterfinals. The' Rams' victims included
Yale, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, George
Washington, and Army. They lost
to Niagara, St. Francis (Pa.). Con.
necticut, Adelphi, and Georgetown,
D.C.. All five Ram starters have
averaged scoring in double figures,

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Father Is Guilty
Of Manslaughter
LITTLE ROCK; Ark. Feb. .19
(UPI) The father ot One of the
nine Negroes who integrated Cen
tral High School in 1957 was found
guilty of voluntary manslaughter
today by an all-white jury and his
penalty set at five years in orison.
f jWlUi,o Brown, 57, ;pol4 fws
men the verdict was not-aiv se
vere as he had expected, lie had
expressed fear he would get life
imprisonment because of preju prejudice
dice prejudice against his daughter's breach
ing of the racial barrier here.
Brown claimed self sefease In
the fatal shooting of Elmer Issac,
68,. also Negro, last June" 22. He
i the father of Minnijean Brown,
wha was expelled from Central.
She now attends, an integrated
private aenooi m w York,
Naturalists Hope
Whooping Crane
Eggs Will Hatch
NEW ORLEANS Feb. (UPI)
Bird keepers anxiously eyed a
single whooping crane egg early
this week and hoped the wnooper
that laid k can restrain her en
thusiasm so k can be batched.
Josephine, the whooDerv female
on whom naturalists are "Spinning
their hopes for perpetuation of
the species, laid a "second egg
egg Tuesday. But she and her
mate. Crip, staged so frenzied
celebration dance that one of the
eggs was broken.
"We don't know what hap
pened," said Georgia Douglass,
director, of Audubon Park Zoo,
"but we're certainly sad." Crip
and Jo are the only mated pair of
whooping cranes in captivity and
naturalists are pulling for them
to add to their brood Df-five living
offspring. Only about 30 of the
cranes are known to be still living
Doufilags said if Crip and Jo
don't break the remaining egg,' itl
will be placed in artificial menta mentation
tion mentation in 10 to 12 days. ."Then I
think, she will lay two more." he
predicted.
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Ike Jibes At
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UPI)
President Eisenhower, with a jibe
at union chief Walter Reuther.
turned thumbs down yesterday
on any attempt to revive at this
e emereeiicy unemployment
o.mpeosatiolnfor the jobless.
Decaarinr toe nation was In a oe-
riod of mounting prosperity, he al
so Konea at Beutner's, proposal
for a march of the unemployed on
Washington to seek more federal
aid. He told a news conference he
'f -r -r WTfi-f
The President noted that Rauth
er and other AFL-CIO leaders now
ire meeting in Puerto Rico. He
tat people there "must be on the
sunny beaches I don't know
whether tfaey are going to march
irom tnere over to this foggy Wash
mgton or not."
Eisenhower, who left shortly af
ter the news conference for a
brief trip to Mexico, also scotched
reports that he planned to replace
cancer-stricken John Foster Dulles
as Secretary of State, At this same
time, he reaffirmed tha U.S. posi
tion on Berlin.
.
He eftid thai if there is anv shoot
flng-,jn Berlin, it -will be the Rus
sians wno start it. nut ne made it
clear that the United Statas and
its Allies will stay in Berlin even
if the Russians carry out their
threat to turn its access routes ev
er to the East German Commu
ni8tsJMav :; '.
Twice dur -his news eonfer eonfer-ence
ence eonfer-ence the President asserted the
nation was in the 'midst of increas
ing prosperity once' In' replying
10 Keuoner ano agam u standing
Dening sis goal ef a balanced
budget.
Personal income hit a record
high in January for the country
as a whole, but unemployment
climbed to 4,245,000. In this con connection,
nection, connection, the President' agreed that
unemployment was heavy in such
ciues as Detroit and. PlMsnurgh.
special unemployment eempetv
sation legislation was passed last
year curing we flepta of me re
cession. Under it the states could
araw on federal funds to 'extend
payments to jobless workers after'
the payments normally would have
elapsed. .-
The emergency program is due
to expire.-April 30, and the Pre si-,
dent has not requested any furth further
er further fundi for it
Reuther first advocated his march
on Washington at an AFL-CIO le legislative
gislative legislative conference in Lansing,
Mich., on Feb. He said it would
KarloffV Neice
To Stand Trial
For Sons' Death
GUILFORD, England, Feb. 19
(UPI) A Guilford court yester yesterday'
day' yesterday' formally ordered a niece of
movie actor Boris Karloff to atand
trial for the murder of her two
young sons.
A, public prosecutor accused the
attractive defendant. Mrs. Diana
Bromley, 40, of acts rivalling
those in soma of her uncle's hor horror
ror horror films. .. X- s.
The court ruled that Mrs.
Bromley -should be tried at the
next session of the Surrey County
Court, at Kingston-on-Thames, Tha
court begins sessions next i week,
but. Mrs. Bromley's trial .date way
notseft definitely.r,;,f -:
The ,raeyei wife of a Brtash
government official was charged
at 'a preufMpary hearing yester yesterday
day yesterday with the murder of her sons,
Martin.i 13, and Stephen, 10, on
Dee. 18 after they returned home

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Reuther, Sees
- be designed to "shatter the eom
piacency of the nation's leaders
He discussed the idea with other
union leaders at the AFL-CIQ meet-
ing m San Juanthis Meelc
The resrdent-lsor y?c-
sm Defense- Secretary MM
H. McElroy told him when he
entered the cabinet in 1967 that
certain ractori might prevent him
from1 serving until the end of the
GOP administration. But McElroy
has said nothing about resigning
at any particular time.
-Sa .p-flos' illness would have
ery little, Jo' do with whether a
formcoming Big Four foreign min ministers
isters ministers meeting would be held in
a u.s. city or overseas. Most fre
quently mentioned site ha been
Geneva. r v -.: d
Proposed measuring budgetary
uaiances aver a period of five
years rather than the present sys system
tem system of one year. He said this
would make it more nearlv nin.
cide with normal business cycles.
aam u mere nas been any dis
ruption m relations between the
United States, and the Philippines
ii is pruoamy a "matter ot pride"
on the part of the islands ''rath
er than of great moment other-
Quote Unquote
LOS ANGELES Dr. John Lv.
man.: of :tito University of Califs.
nia jF&iii
on wnai jus experiments m frozen
sieep eouia mean to man:
"A man suff trine from an in
curable disease could be put Into
a irozen state until a cure is
found. Or. suppose there is over
population or unemployment Peer
pie could be frozen until 4imes
were newer."'. ,; :v" "f
TIFFIN, Ohio- School bus driv driver
er driver Jesse Osbom telling how hi
gunned his bus loaded with stu students
dents students across a collapsing bridge:
"I saw onrend of the bridge
come loose jM!! drove across. I
gunned it and 'got a third of the
bus onto tho roadway as tho bridee
went down.: Somehow the rest of
me pus followed but It tore the
rear wheelwright off the body."
CHICAGO Bali Yeeck, who ex exercised
ercised exercised an option to gain maiori-
ty Control of the ; Chicago White
Sox, oh why' bo" wants to keep
unanes uomisxey as a partner in
me nan ciuo:
"We have the same objectivei
to bring a pennant club te the
South Side' of Chicago."
MELBURNE, Australia Billy
Graham answering a question on
wnetner tnose wno made a dedi dedication
cation dedication to: Christ at his rallies kept
uieir cummtimeni:
- .uniortunaieiy, no. uut we are
told by our Lord that not all seed
sown onngs lortn good fruit."
n WASHINGTON Sen. :Wscott
niriuDi wai oeu-
cit- spending contribute to. Infla-
uon wnicn ne calls tha allent
weapon of Communism: ;
i peg tne, Democratic leaders
to rally, their troops-on the econo economic
mic economic and1. Kscarbattfefleld,; lest we
e wreenom.'
TACOAashin?. i-' Opposing
attoejfplfther4 Dayd Beck, in-
Charleses:! Burflefl. attomef for
Beck: "BecK, wasn't spending his
time giving ordeYs to the book bookkeepers.
keepers. bookkeepers. Hi mi not; building' the
union.'-- 0-;i.ytfr. v
John Obenourl assistant VJ. it
tornev: "Could a bunelintf incom
petent rise from 4he ranks in some

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A 57-year-old woman accused of
robbing twe Manhattan banks by
threatening to throw acid on tha
tellers pleaded guilty yesterday
u third degree robbery,
Mrs. Vera' Owen: Wilson could
receive up to 10 years in prison.
Mrs. Wilson, who said she basj
no home, wsi arrested Jan. 2 aat
sneAwas neetng abranch of ;.tnt.
Industrial v Bank of Commerce
with $1,190 shv had obtained by
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toller's. face. Tba. vial arhiall
contained water,
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420 from a' branch nt tk Vir.t
National City Bank; af New York,
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IHOBART, Australia, Feb. i
(ilPI) THtiig twimming star
m Konrads today et a new
world roeord for the womon
8yard freastyla by clocking
10:11.4 ininuto in the Australian
Swimming championship.
"fHj.S. ontry Sylvia Ruuska, of
rkeley, California, finished
Itcond in 10:20.0, the fastest time
fcf the distance ever set by an
'Trti 14-year-old Miss Konrads
jJltWed off four-tenths of a sec sec-2nd
2nd sec-2nd from her old world record
far 880-yard and 800-meter
distances.
Senior Congressman
Rep. Daniel Reed
Dies In Hospital
WASHINGTON. Feb. 19 (UPD (UPD-Rep
Rep (UPD-Rep J Daniel A. Reed, who serv served
ed served longer in Congress than any
other Republican member, nied
today at Walter Reed Army Med Medical
ical Medical Center. He was 83.
Reed who was also senior
GOP member of the tax-writing
House Ways and Means Commit Commit-teeUnad
teeUnad Commit-teeUnad entered the hospital 14
wekrf ago for treatment of an in infected
fected infected foot.
Reed liked to describe himself
as an old fashioned Republican.
He was strong for high tariffs
anffifiw taxes.
IBa views on these matters
brought him into sharp conflict
with President Eisenhower, who
was the seventh president to oc occupy
cupy occupy the White House since Reed
entered Congres in 1918.
Hisiiseniority gave him the
AHrfrifrtanship otthe House Ways
iWlMeans Committee when the
Republicans won control of Con Congress
gress Congress in the November, in a
iweep that put Eisenhower m the
Jfrhite House. It was in this capa capa-eity
eity capa-eity that Reed in 1953 tried to put
through a quick income tax cut
teat Eisenhower opposed. He al al-te
te al-te tried to block a six-month s
iKtension of the excess profits
tax that Eisenhower requested.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hmri ending S a. m. today Is
Wi4rrl the Meteorological
anliHydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal company:
Balboa Cristobal
TIMPERATURE:
High 89 82
Low 70 74
HUMIDITY:
'"High W 88
LoW 53 75
f
WIND
(max. hph) NW-14 N-16
. RAIN (inches 0 0
VATER TEMP:
H$PPr "'bors) 72 80
CUKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.68
Madden Dam 243.54
BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, 19 FEB.
,-.- HIGH
fiKjRme Ht
1:13 a.m 11.7 ft.
t 12:55 p.m 11.5 ft.
LOW
liTime Ht.
. 6i37 a.m 3.3 ft.
7:03 p.m 3.7 ft.
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AT THE CONCERT Roque Cordero. Panamani ai composer and
Force Band in Dlavine the Panamanian nation al anthem before

more than 10,000 last evening at

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VISITOR MEETS IGUANA First Lt. Russell A.v Turner II, of
Sewart Air Force Base, Tenn., is introduced to an Iguana
caught by two Panamanians. Turner, a member of the Tac Tactical
tical Tactical Air Command, Is participating in the joint Army-Air
Force exercise Banyan Tree which opened today at Rio flato.
The officer was informed that the iguana, especially the tail,
is considered a tasty dish by some Interior dwellers.

Handicapped Youngsters
To Be Aided By CZ Group

A Special Education Association
of the Canal Zone has been orga organized
nized organized by a group of 55 Canal
Zone residents who are interest interested
ed interested in promoting the welfare and
education of handicapped children
in the Canal Zone.
At the first meeting held -in the
Balhoa Elementary School, Col.
Lewis D. Farnsworth was elect elected
ed elected president. Other oficers elect elected
ed elected were E. W. Bierbaun, vice
president; Mrs. Dorothy Bitter,
secretary, and Sgt. John B. Bul Bul-locl',
locl', Bul-locl', treasurer.
Members of the constitution
committee are Alen J. Sellers,
Guy Adams and Miss Marilyn
PRICES: 75c. 40c.
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1:10-2:35-4:40-6:50-9:00 P.M.
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Flynn. Mrs. John Bullock served
as temporary chairman of that
group.
The purpose of the organization,
according to Farnsworth, is to
make available to all handicap handicapped
ped handicapped children' in the Canal Zone
the opportunities the advantages
and guidance to which they are
entitled.
The organization will also bring
together members who wish to
share expenences, exchange 1-
deas, study methods and practic practices
es practices of individuals and groups work
ing with or interested in handi
capped children.
Membership is open to parents.
teachers, relatives of children en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the Canal Zone Schools'
Special Education classes and a-
ny other person interested in han
dicapped children.
Pemco Has Low Bid
For Clothes Dryers
Al Albrook AFB
In a sealed bid opened at the
Base Procurement1 Office of the
Contracting Officer of Albrook
Field on Tuesday. Pemco. S.A..
distributor of Westinghouse in Pa
nama and the Canal Zone enter entered
ed entered the low bid of $56,519.29 or
$119.99 pei unit on 471 clothes
dryers.
Guardia and Cia., General E-
lectric distributors were only 1. 1.-61
61 1.-61 per unit .igher than Pemco
with a hid of $121.60 or a total
bid of $57,273.60. The bids rang ranged
ed ranged from low bid of $56,519.29 to
highest of $80,743.53 and were en
tered as follows-.
Pemco, S.A., 56,51s.29 Guardia
and Cia. $57,273.60; Tropelco $61,
230.: Elga $63,231.75: Freu n d,
$64,409.25; Sears Roebuck, $65, $65,-Halman,
Halman, $65,-Halman, $66,411- Electrogae, 67,-
244.67; Pierdehl, $74,229.60; Econo-

gas, $80,743.53.

conductor, leads tl?j U.S. Air
a capacity crowd estimated at
10,000 Hear
USAF Band
At Stadium
Despite competition from the
pening of the big U.S. military
exercise, "Banyan Tree, and
demonstration in Cathedral Plaza
to protest alleged mishandling of
city funds, a capacity and enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic audience of 10,000 turned
ut last night o hear the U.S. Aw
Force Band perform in the Na National
tional National Stadium under the baton
of Col. George S. Howard.
The performance wag the first
public event sponsored by the
newly formed bi-raational center,
the Panamanian-North American
Association, in cooperation with
the Fine Arts Department of the
Ministry of Education, f
The large crowd headed by
President and Mrs. Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr., and U.S. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Mrs. Julian Fiske Harring
ton included other members of
the diplomatic corps, members of
the President's cabinet and oth other
er other government officials.
"Wonderful," said President
de la Guardia of the music. "A
great show and congratula congratulations,"
tions," congratulations," said Ambassador Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. "A marvellous per performance,"
formance," performance," commented the Min Minister
ister Minister of Education, Carlos Su Sucre
cre Sucre C.
For the opening of the program.
Howard turned over the baton to
Panama's eminent composer-con
ductor, Roqut Cordero who led
the band in playing the Panama-
mam national anthem.
On several occasions the audi
ence burst into cheers and the
band with its "Singing Sergeants,"
responded with several encores.
Tonight the band will perform
at Albrook Air Force Base and
tomorrow heads back to Washing'
ton after its highly successful Lat-
in-Americam tour.
Income Tax Expert
Coming To Advise
Americans In RP
Andrew Gerda, a representative
of the Internal Revenue Service,
will arrive in Panama shortly to
advise and assist American citi
zens in the preparation of their
Federal income tax returns.
For that purpose, he will be a
vailable at the American Embassy
in Panama City between March 9
and April 15. Appointments may
be made by calling Panama 3-0010,
Extension 46.
For those American citizens re
siding in Colon, Gerda will be a-
vailable at the American Consul
ate April 2 and 3, and appoint appointments
ments appointments may be made by calling Co Colon
lon Colon 81.

Mrs. Drexel Biddies Body
May Be Exhumed By French

PARIS, Feb. 19-(UPI)-Heirs
of a wealthy American society
hostess announced plans to exhume
her body today in a sensational
development of Franc'es musy musy-roming
roming musy-roming "Lacaze affair."
Lawyer Jean-Louis'Tixier Vigna Vigna-court
court Vigna-court said he plans to ask for the
exhumation of the body of Mrs.
Margaret Drexel Biddle "to deter determine
mine determine exactly the cause of her
death."
She died suddenly in Paris on
June 8, 1958, in mysterious cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. His statement brought the name
of Mrs. Biddle, fabulously wealthy
divorced wife of a former U.S.
Ambassador to Warsaw and the
exiled allied governments in war wartime
time wartime London, directly into the
scandal which has rocked all
France.
Mrs. Biddle, who was M when

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FRONT ROYAL, Va-f Feb, 19 (UPj) Wnty-two N gro students began tfjefr first day pf itudtet -liirrtegrated'C
Warren County High with 10 teachers and 30 efattf ooms a.jtjthIr ilispesal .but'.not-s!ngl. wJUterasshwts; wj-'t 2
Fourteen girls and eight boys, the only West registe i'yesterday wW th school .oenWunderjisdmlrC'
orders, split up at 9 a.m. in groups as small as two and Jiree' ln the huge 'brick building -that wHI 'accofnmbdateS
1,000 students. ' "'.v ,'V; S'
Some 800 white children continued their classes dow ntown fn a priyate system that utilizes, churches and otters

buildings. Their parents chose
pupils.
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Little Vanguard

Red H-Bomb Tests, Hagen Says

New Satellite
Is Best Friend
Of Weatherman
WASHINGTON. (UPI) Sci-
onffsts fondiv descriDeo. me
world's first weather satellite
today as "crude ana prumuvc
but bearing the seeds of revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. Vanguard H, launched Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
will do today's forecasters no
good. But its descendants,
weather experts predicted, will:
Spot the birth, track, and
report the intensity of hurri hurricanes,
canes, hurricanes, and possibly tornadoes.
For the first time observe
and report global weather on a
global basis.
Make possible accur ate
long-range fotecasts and, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, predictions of climate
changes centuries in wie in.-
Give man tne iuiier uuuei-
standing of weather he musi
have before ne can nope w
control it.
Vanguard II, a 20-inch
sphere weighing 24Va pounds,
is circling the globe every 126
minutes in an orbit which
will keep it aloft estimates
vary from 10 to hundreds
of years- and perhaps fqrejf r.
It carries little photocells
which scan the cloud cover on
a band of earth about 600 miles
wide north of the equator. The
nhntocells Information, ais-
natched to earth by radio,
produce when run through
pnmmiter and thence to
screen something that looks
like a TV picture of cloud
masses.
vancuard Il's information is
expected to contribute largely
to information on the relation
of cloud cover to weather. But
its instruments have a design
ed life-time of only two weeks
and it will take about two
weeks to process and Interpret
each broadcast from the satel
lite. So daily forecasts won't
benefit from them.
But Vanguard Il's place in
history is expected to be con considerably
siderably considerably larger than its'
immediate contribution to
weather science.
Dr. Harry Wexler. chief of
the Weather Bureau's scientific
services division, said the lit little
tle little moon's efforts are like "try "trying
ing "trying to take a picture with i
light meter instead of a cam
era."
But he said Vanguard II
the "indispensable first step"
toward the network of weather
stations in space which the bu
reau envisages.
aume enrerroiners ore a
success only because of the low
ostes o( their oudience. JfT
she died, inherited an estimated 24
million dollars from her father,
mining magnate William Boyce
Thompson.
She lived in Europe during most
of her later life, making Paris her
base in normal times and sitting
out World War II in London. She
became a close friepd of President
and Mrs. Eisenhower shortly after
the war, when he was Supreme
Allied Commander in Europe.
During teh war, Mrs. Biddle
sponsored canteens for servicemen
in London, and in the years since
she had established a reputation
as a fashionable Paris hostess.
She was an intimate of the Duke
and Duchess of Windsor and nu numerous
merous numerous French political leaders,
including ex-Premiers Rene Ple Pleven.
ven. Pleven. Georges Bldault and Antoine
Pinay.

to keep thm there rather than send them back'to the
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1 I Warren Countx sbhool supt. Q.-D.f

Could Detect
WASHINGTON. (UPD Earth
scanning satellites like this
country's new Vanguard II
"weather watcher" could be
used to detect H-bomb tests by
the Russians, the chief of the
Vanguard project 'ild Congress
yesterday.
Dr. John T. Hageh, testifying
before the House Space Com
mittee. agreed that the weath
er satellite launched from Cape
Canaveral, Fla., may have "out "outflanked"
flanked" "outflanked" Russia in its refusal
to accept an effective ground
Inspection system x to police
nuclear test-ban.
He also indicated there is
possibility that future satellites
may be aoie to- spot xne iraus
of death-dealing missiles. But
he said this "can only, be an
swered bv experiment."
Vanguard II, a 2Q-incn spnere
weighing 21 pounds, already
has begun successfully sending
back by radio- information that
will f0rnva rough ipicture or ine
cloud cover surrounding a 60u
mile-wide bank around the
earth.
One station, at Ft. Stewart,
Ga., obtained 50 minutes worth
of data in 60 seconds in two
'interrogations" of Vanguard
"We're erinninE from ear to
ear," said wu G. Stroud, cmei
of the satellite's' instrumenta
tion performance.
The newest U.S. satellite
will soar over Acapulco today
during President Eisenhower's
visit with the President of
Mexico there. The sphere, too
small to be visible, will pass
above th eMexiean beach re
sort at 2:15 pjn., less than
two hours after Eisenhower's
arrival.
Scientists said the informa
tion obtained so far must be
processed and that it will take
several weeks to piece to
gether with other data and
come' t-up' with anything scien
tifically-significant.
Hagen said future weather
satellites, which will be equip
ped with TV cameras, will be
able to photograph large
weather disturbances and are
expected to be able to distin
guish the huge clouds caused
by nuclear explosions.
Kep. james tii Fulton (H-ra.j
asked1 whether 'such satellites
would "outflank the discussion
taking place on control of nu
clear explosions." Hagen replied.
couio De.
Fulton said this would
mean the United States no
longer would have to struggle
with Russia in trying to work
out an agreement for an in'
spection system to back up a
test ban.
"We have it," Fulton said.
GRAHAM ATTRACTS CROWD
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelist Billy Graham t t-tracted
tracted t-tracted 10,000 persons Monday
night to the second meeting of
his Australian crusade. Unlike
Sunday night, there was no over overflow
flow overflow crowd.
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Gasque said the 'million dollar high I

school could: operate "indefuutely"
with its small faculty and afl-Ne
gro student pody. f
Gasque concededv nowever, ; ; te
could not. guarantee how efficient
the instruction -would be. ? :
Fort Royal complied with feder federal
al federal court orders- to re-open i the
school, but by a total boycott by
white pupils it refused, to jield to
racial "mixing in the--classrooms.
Not a single white "dudU showed
up for classes.. ',
The 22:;Negre pupils and nine
white teachers gathered in the li library
brary library yesterday for formal regis registration.
tration. registration. The school's corridorj
were ghostly-silent
. Gasque' held a- news conference
to announce that Warren-Countr.
in tbe;Tural.$helntfoa)i$lley
had complied with? the court's or
der to re-open :itne ischool plants
aims, 9cnuoi was ciosea lasx Sep September
tember September under Virginia's 'massive
resistance" laws when the federal
court ordered 24 Negro' pupils ad
mitted.
In MjffiPWSgifr
the Dade County School Beard
voted unanimously te enroll four
Negro pupils in an all-white Mia Miami
mi Miami school naxt fall the start of
tokah (ntaaration In FlnrMa.
Florida Gov. ; Lerov Collins last
weeK urged "concrete steps", to
ward tokemtegrtion on a 'vol
untary basis instead of eventual
submission to court-ordered inte
gration in which the people would
nave no voice.
Virginia's integration was di
rected by federal court order.
Three Virginia metropolitan areas
Norfolk, Arlington and. Alexan
dria admitted 30 Negroes to 10
schools earlierthisi months m-;
Front Royal, however; was the
first predominantly rural locality
in the South to- face court-ordered
integration. And its populace met
the crisis stubbornly.
Front Royal's small police force
stood by in case of trouble but its
only Work; consisted- of directing
traffic and warning I few report reporters
ers reporters and photographers to keep off
me spacious scnooi grounds.
A small crowd of whitat, In Including
cluding Including a sprinkling of solemn'
tudtnts, stood en the street be beneath
neath beneath an overcast sky and
watched the 22 Negroes march
the 200 yards up a hill and disap
paar in tha baautHul rad brick
building., ;,"t;t""") v
The crowd was hostile but or orderly.
derly. orderly. There were no jeers or cat
calls. It dispersed without protest
when police decided that the spec spectators
tators spectators and about 50 reporters and
photographers were cluttering the
street and blocking traffic.
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high school with' the-Negro Z
' ,;f"t'..-it'f'v 5
01, "Undsay. Almond, 1h ft
statement" at his -office in Rid.!
mond, said the "people ef Warren
nerem in the principle of individual
choice'and- pledge te alwavs "rral
vide protection for? thV exercise of
,warrea -County's white parentC
voted overwhelmnidv last week ta
keep their childrea ; in the nrivat"
schools.. The county school beard,-
nically comply with the integration
order and open the school. ft T.
Twenty-four student, were fiste
under the desegregation order1. One?
was reported visiting in New Yorlr
yesterday and another' dropped m.
of school,', j f.
Piiciicd.Ikiine I
To Be Discharged I
For Spinal Ailment ;
"XmnlRODltrW.tFeb. It
(UPI) Acting Cpl. Matthews
McKeon, central figure in th
Parris Island; S.C., "Deatlr
March' almost three years ago
will be honorably discharged front;
the Marine Corps here later this-
A spokesman for the .Marine.!
Corps Air Station here, said yes
terday a p h y s i c a 1 evaluation
board' had recommended that Mc:
Keon be discharged because of.
a ruptured spinal disc. The Sec;
retary of the Navy approved the
discharge Feb. z, and McKeoqr
wm b:fflSchlrged soon as thav
necessary 'paperwork 1s"completeJ
McKeon, defendant) in one of
the most publicized general courts
martial in military history, was
the Parris Island; drill instructor
who led a platoon of .recruits in into
to into a tidal creek where six of them,
drowned. ,'",
f! pefe'nse" attorney 'Emlle Zola,
had" 'contended 'mat: McKeon was,
following standard Marine train
ing procedure when he led the re recruits
cruits recruits on the', night march Inta
Ribbon Creek. McKeon was con
vifteo, on lesser .charges than the
manslaughter and v maltreatment
of recruits charges .originally fil fil-ed;.
ed;. fil-ed;. against! htS Heiwas sentencr
edHoitomonmenB and a' bad
conduct discharged
Genii Randolph : Pate, Marine(
Corps commandant, cut the pun
ishmerit to reduction from staff
sergeant to private and McKeon
was trasferred here; from Parris,
Island.
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