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this HONEST JOHN MISSILE and puncher nad to lacfc -up and move hastily OpetatfoA
ByaKeetlme4it Rioiiato today. It came under simulated artillery lire from the Ag Aggressor
gressor Aggressor force f
D Plus 1 Finds Operation
Movfig-Precisely According ToScripi
Tdy k D-plM-1 Opwton
Banyan' -nftrr Jt tnl
Mha and th tcanari
g played by the reinforced JndF
mt Airborn In-1
Airborne Division launched a P
1 (ted atuck northward, against the
ASSSe, made first
entrance in k sunporting ole to
th Pan anal Defense
B-W Canberra jet bombers came
In on eue morning and afternoon,
rtaSffitej stake of two planes
each fcom their operational base
Howard-Field,- Canal Zone,
pointed the concealed
a paratroop detachment end
S. Honest John mlssiM"""
'Nobody 'Veiled "foul" but tte tt
S.NfSI moved'their lethal aids
Field reports say the new
launching; should be ready for
Ust of 'the major i supporting
fast for today's show. Twelve J
100 Supersabres om Homesteaa
Air Force Base, Tla., got the nod
late-this morning. M .fnn
, The fighters sped W
for their entrance refueling en
rmita They sped back -as they
atruck t the Aggressor command
POThii afterteoB the sleefc Canber Canberra
ra Canberra bombers pulverized Aggressor
.upSrdump? and anna eoncen-
.ft.rneon that by J"3S
wornlnv the Panama -Canal -w t
fca baek l US hands and
lalnswAjireee irs firmly
Meanwhile the sear ch wntlnued
for Sgt. James B. Price. Nashville,
mature jump carried him into the
sea near Kio naro yi j
ln Ne trace of the missing sol
flier nas Deep luimu.. v i
Six other soldiers were injured
t u.tAn)av'a massive drop. All
w tan exoected to return
with their units to home stations.
'Vlrenlcally, the firrf eatualties
ccurrod yesterday more than
've hours before the exerelte
htgin when a quarter-ton Jeep
yorturned en the National High Highway
way Highway wtt of Ri Hat killing one
Its -military occupants and se-
' The name of the dead man las
been withheld notification
f his next of "kin. i
i, Two young Panamanian women
' passengers reportedly .were also
. iw ) ari-irlfnt and were
,11 (Ul CU M vi" IJ.14
'taken to the Penonome Hospital. A
ifull report-or tneu" conaiuo
v net been made public. i v ft
; Both of the Army men were as as-alened
alened as-alened to one of ? the Aggressor
1 Force command posts for yester
- day's Rio Hato war games.
7 They wore traveling In an un.
! authorhod vehicle along the Na.
tional Highway, at 2:1 a.m.,-
; heading oast whan the- accident'
occurred about ana mile from
: PI Ha'l:tf ',N"':,:.".",''.,:',-;;V1,
4n trvruA nt mif of control
, and roiled two or three times to
the right, finally coming to rest in
a ditch alongside the mgnway... t
the eep caught fire from un
determined csums. r One of -the
u.Li.LHj ii ll,l.in..iWJI,.piliillnil i K igi,m. wfc m i iDinmii
4ftftBF?nil pfciJfames, TL tackle and Robert Oarretta pui. Hp
a barped wire roaa-diock 10 wtugie sue auuuui ni .inw
trying 10 cusnnem;ironi uieir
two man suffered severe burns,
and' was pronounced dead after;
being moved to Corgai Hospital.
The second man Is reportedly In
serious condition although the
Gorgas' Dr. Bailey
Once Jumped With
v.col. Royal R. Taylor, com commanding
manding commanding officer of the ?nd
Battle Group, 501st Infantry,
which Jumped yesterday at
Rio ., Hato during Exercise
Banyan Tree, will renew ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance With former In
fantey "dog soldier" If ;yls
Its. Gorgas Hospital Dr. Wil William
liam William T. Bailey of the Depart
ment of Medlcixe was a aee aee-ond
ond aee-ond llente n a n t, Infantry
fresh out of Jump school when
he Jointed B Company, 503rd
Parachute .Infantry at Ft.
Bragg In April 1942. Col. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor was then first sergeant of
. After soldiering together foC
about three : months, their
traUs split when Sgt. Taylor
left the 503rd for Officer Can
didate School, Bailey went
overseas with the -503rd in
October 1942 and made com combat
bat combat jumps with the regiment
including ) the Lae-Markham
.Valley Jump in- 1943 and the
-retaking of Corregldor In -1945.
When -discharged from ; the
503rd in April 194C ho was
-JV ioi Battallon,'J':M,',: f
xuo tmw, jiw-uwin. ,?.
full extent e Ms tnfurleS has not
baan made public;
The removal of the two men was
carried out by Air Force heucop'
ter. -i ,:'""
Informed sources believe the two
young women had been evacuated
shortly before the helicopter'! ar
Both TJS military add Panama
nian authorities are investigating
the accident ,r ,
Tomorrow will be D plus I for
the Banyan Tree Operation,' when
U.S. forces are fully expected to
mop up last diehard : Aggressor
Fprce resistance. .; ;
A bia airlift will shuttle the vie
tors to Albreok lata In the morn
; big, weary, dusty but victorioua.
Contrary to rumor they will not
got Canef shares under wa prlio
agraementa '- r
The fate of the beaten Aggressor
forces has not been announced but
informed sources official- ana un
nffirlnl state cateeorically the van.
qulshed "enemy" will not beJorcei
At Ft. Kobbe the ,'Sykes'-Regulars
(1st Battle Group) re host to
the victorious 2nd Airborne Dlvi
slen visitors who played ; the .lead
role in the Banyan scenario.
Weekend festivities are expect
ed to include various water expo'
rfitinm to and fro in the area. -.
It is also expected that many ef
tne Staiwan. ymora wiu vim xn'
ama over the' weekend where con considerable
siderable considerable auaffing of 'v liquid re
freshment will be in order as, be
ats any winning army :
US Space- Missile Family
WASHINGTON. Feb. 28 (IIP!)
new familT of U.S. space missilee
Russians hare produced a far
Moon and back by 1965i
The new. missile program,- m.-T aeitn uiennan warnea,
inay boost the civilian space budget from 500 million dollars to
mora tnan one ouiion oouara annnautr wunu year or two.
Glennan is head of the National Aeronautics and Space Admin
istration (NASA). s
Abe Suverstein, technical director ef NASA, added that even
the hure oroiects so far undertaken are "wholly inadeouate"
for lonr-rance avace travel, beyond the Moon unless the Atomic
Energy Commission, can produce
Silversteln, In testimony be
fore the Senate Space Commit
tee late yesterday, said the new
family of rockets includes three
based in intercontinental bal
listic missiles, such as the Atlas
which has been frequently test,)
fired from cape Canaveral, na.
These are the Atlas-Hustler,
which will soon be available and
wui ereate satellites weigmng
up to 3000 pounds; ana the ve ve-ea
ea ve-ea and the Centaur, which will
be capable of placing In orbit
payioads of aoout 7000 pounds.
The yega, oeing duui at xne
et propulsion laooraiory in Fa-
earfsna n11f wilt Vttfv Itl
second stage a moameo xirst
stage of the Vanguard earth
satellite rocket.' The-Centaur,
using either an. Atlas r a Ti
tan icbm as a Booster, will
have a aupert fueled second
Canal Co Sips
Two of the larees contracts
to be awarded bv the Panama
canai-co. in recent years were
signed this week, by Gov W.
They were tne $7,363,875 con
tract awarded to the Mew York
lirm -wf Merritt-Chapman and
Scottr mc, for the widening of
Jreaches of Qaillard Cut and the
contract for the construction of
the east approach lor the high
level bridge ever .the Canal
which was awarded to Blldon.
Inc., of Panama for a total
contract price f 897,515.
The twt eontracW were slim
ed In the governor's .off ice with
a werner, vice president ef
the Merritt-Cha p m a n and
Scott, Inc. and Charles D. Till Tillman,
man, Tillman, president of Blldon, Inc.
Bids on the widening of Gall Gall-lard
lard Gall-lard Cut, the .largest Canal
project since the Third' Locks4
project, were opened Feb. 2 In
the Administration Buildinar at
uaitoa iieignis. Tne oner made
by the Merritt-Chapman and
Scott company was the lowest!
of those entered, by 19 large
contracting firms'from all sec
tion 01 ana united states.
The bids, ob east annrnnrVi
for the bridge were openeit Feb.
11 at Balboa Helehfai with t.h
Bildon Company making a low
uiier or a,U09 ior IftO com
plete basic bid. The award was
made, however: to lnrinrfu ai.
fternate items three and four
whlchmade tha total contract
A 10-day Jail sentence was
meted out in Balboa Maels
teste's Court today to Narciso
saias, so, Micaraeuan, alter he
was found guilty on. a; charge
of being drunk and unable to
care for himself. -, :
At the same court session Oe-
naro Dapena, 35, Spanish, was
found guilty of operating a mo
tomae on n oi juiv Avenue
without a valid operator's per
mlt, and of failure to observe
tne mamnes .on tne mgnway
surface, He was fined a total of
$15,, of which $10 was suspend suspended
ed suspended and he was placed on pro
bation, for one year on condi condition
tion condition he does w not repeat the
same. offense during that time.
CONSIDIR APPEAL TO IKI
. CAIRO (UPI) The newspaiper
Al Ahran said Today the Arab
states were considering collective
appeals to President Elsenhower
end Soviet Premner Niklta ; S
Khrushchev to stop the exodus ii
Jews t liraV.---. -. ;..!:-,
'.A. . I all '"- m m mi
Conrress has been told of a
that will surpass anythim the
and, mlrht send a man to the
a nuclear second-stage rocket.
Blows To Bits
CAPS CANAVERAL, Fla., Feb.
20 (UPI) A fuel-laden Atlas
ICBM exploded like a huge 011
storage tank early today on
what was Intended to be anoth
er 1 4,300-mlle test hop to tne
The 100-ton Atlas, which has
been chosen to boost the first
maimed space capsule into orb orbit,
it, orbit, completely disinteerated in a
white-hot splash. of flame that
rivaled the Moon overhead in
The Air Force said the blow blowup
up blowup was caused by a malfunc malfunction
tion malfunction which occurred at 12:41 a.
m. after the 80-foot war rock rocket's
et's rocket's two powerful booster engines-
separated and ; began a
rriTiie.'."ause'of 111' mAlfunc-
i.'r" "KO H"y c"i.:
tidn-'U Hot available- officials
It iwas the. first Atlas explo- -sion-
in." five -months. The last
blowup came Sept. 18 when the
Air Force tried for the first time
to send an Atlas the lull inter
continental distance of 6,300
Veteran reporters and photog
raphers at. the Cape could-not
recall a more spectacular explp-i
Kion.-m -most- Blowups, missues
break' apart -and flamine frag-
mentsi fall into the ocean.
But tarter the brilliant one one-second
second one-second flash that marked the
end of today's flisrht, not a sin single
gle single particle of the short-lived
Atlas could be seen high In the
Archie Byrne Files $311,305 Suit
Against RP Contractor Louis Sommer
A well-knowa Panama contractor
firm was named defendant in a
$311,305. lawsuit filed yesterday at
U JS. District court, Ancon.
The suit was brought by Archie
L. Byrne, against Louis R. Som Sommer.
mer. Sommer. Byrne is also a woll
known, local contractor.
The suit charges that -en April
9, 1958, Byrne -dehvered e Som
mer as a medee to guarantee pay
ment on two promissory notes due
Sommer from Byrne, a certificate
representing 460 shares of stock in
the Caribbean Enterprises Corpo
ration. Caribbean is a Puerto
Rkan contracting firm organized
by Sommer, Byrne; and ; an v un unnamed
named unnamed third man ; as : principal
stockholders. t 1
The complaint charges further
that on Sept. 2, 1957, sommer, with without
out without Byrne's' knowledge or consent,
transferred these same shares to
DEMONSTRATORS set up camp at Cathedral Plaza outside City Hall in their permanent
vigil to Vrescue" the municipality. Some ley out newspapers on which to catch a lew winks,
others sit on their hajaolksrchlels while (thers just stand around. n
Holds Louncilmen Should
Resign; Cannot Fire Them
President Ernesto de
shares the people's indignation over the conduct
City s councilmen, and
But, said the President, he has no constitutional authority to forcei
such a resignation.
The President's mother, Mrs. Isabel Navarro de la Guardia, died while he war
delivering his nationwide radio address. She had suffered a heart attack last night
while sitting at the Panama Hospital beside of her husband, Ernesto (Don Neco) df
la Guardia, who is acutely ill from an unknown aliment. Mrs. de la Guardia was in
an oxygen tent when she died this afternoon, a
Meanwhile, as the embattled councillors refuse to resian while charaes flaniiK
them of massive mishandling of public funds are investigated, the Panama City Food
Wholesalers' Association went on strike.
The association, which controls a great part of the capital's food, at noon began
strike for 48 hours or "till the government moves to solve the situation."
"The situation" consists of:
1. A popular committee calling itself the "revolutionary municipal junta" in unchal
lenged possession of city hall;
2. The defiant councillors,; elected in 19 56;r Holding closed council meetings in I pri
3. Central Avenue stores about 100 percent shuttered;
4. A crowd of about 500 gathered quietly but expectantly in Cathedral Plaia In frdht
of City Hall. About 100 persons camped out in the plaza nightlong last night;
5. A few sketchy barricades, some of which have been dismantled by police, on the
streets approaching the plaza;
6. Speeches, speeches,
violent fcvenrs of last May.
Twelve holdout councillors last
night rejected a request from de
la Guardia that they should resign.
Meanwhile, with the capital's
weekend food position obscure, the
striking food wholesalers urged the
judicial powers to speed up the in investigation:
vestigation: investigation: -of alleged mishandling
of cityifunds;o that&the guilty
ones can be punishejj.
The President described the
situation' in the Panama munici municipality
pality municipality as "long standing" and
said that ho fully understood tho
indignation folt by tho commu community.
nity. community. He said his consultations with
his staff of lawyers and some of
his, Sommerig name. Continuing,
the charge cites provisions of firer firer-to
to firer-to Rican law requiring presence of
a notary public at a public sale to
dispose of a pledge or pledges on
Byrne's suit also asks exemplary
damages, or, "damages given in
excess of the actual loss, in order
to punish and make an example
of, the offender in torts committed
with fraud, actual malice, or deli deliberate
berate deliberate oppression or violence."
According to the complaint, the
full amount asked in the suit rep represents
resents represents the highest market value
of the 460 shares from the date on
which Sommer is alleged to have
converted them to his own use.
' Exemplary damages, if award
od, would be fixed by tho court.
Woodrow de Castro, of the local
firm of De "-o & Robles, is
counsel for .Byrne. 4
la Guardia Jr. this afternoon told the nation htr
believes they should resign.
speeches from the balcony f
Turn Away 3500
GIs Arid Tourists
The uncertain atmosphere in
Panama City may cost business businessmen
men businessmen dearly.
Thro cruise ships, with a to total
tal total of nearly 1000 passengers aro
duo hero today and tomorrow. It
is not expected tho tourists will
do much Contrsl Avonuo shop shopping
ping shopping if they consider conditions
abnormal. The cruise 'ships aro
the Ariadno, Hansoatic and
Meanwhile 2500 Stateside para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers and airborne infantry infantrymen,
men, infantrymen, down, hero for- Operation
Banyan Trtr art scheduled to
got leave here at the conclusion
of tho jOXercise' next week.
Should conditions at that time
cause the city to bo placod Off
Limits, tho 2500 GIs' considera considerable
ble considerable spending power will bo lost
to local businossmon,.
the nation's best jurists indicated
that he was not empowered by law
or by the constitution to remove
or fire the Councilmen.
De la Guardia added, however,
that it was bis-frank, opinion that
the councilmen and their alter alter-naleffeJteditbyi:Sthpsc
naleffeJteditbyi:Sthpsc alter-naleffeJteditbyi:Sthpsc accusa
tions "should Voluntarily .give up
their positions.; in order to bring
about a more suitable atmosphere
for the investigations now under
The findings In the preliminary
of a nuiriber of Panama
mvostigation carried ut by Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Attorney Cerardo de
Loon wore turned over this
morning to Vitolio do Grade,
District Attorney of the First Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial District, se that tho inves investigation
tigation investigation can continuo with the
questioning of Panama Gov., Je Jess
ss Jess E. Cajar Escala, tho former
Mayor of Panama City, and May
or Alberto Aloman, if necessary.
A group of citizens took possee
siqn of City Hall Wednesday aft
ernoon iouowine an attack on r
dio announcer Ramon Pereira bj
Councilman Mario Velasquez ani
his brother, Homero, shortly aftei
Pereira ended a news comments
ry on the charges against' somi
members of the Council.
Led by Pereira and others, thi
group summoned by radio tool
over City Hall and declared a per
manent "open town meeting" uB
til the Councilmen are removed.
Tho mooting has boon going' en
evor since, with tho group get getting
ting getting written support from differ different
ent different labor and civic 'groups.
Events took a more definite tun
last night after a committee e
the" "revolutionary municipal hin
ta" returned from a second inter
view with de la Guardia.
The committee, headed by At
torney Guillermo Marquez Brice
fio, reported de la Guardia as sSf
ins he had reauested ,the Council'
men to resign but they had ref"l
oH Tha Tn.M.nt hold tK'o "Wi.
Councilmen. being elected by thl
people, could not: be, fired .byUM
executive newer. ,t
Following Marauer renorf Iht
crowd, vanonslv cttimated at he
tween 500 and 5000, clamored fot
the selection of new councilmei
from a panel of 25 names whicl 4
naa oeen suDmntea to president ai
la Guardia. 1 ::,
Of tho list ,tho crowd "an-
piiuawa 19 or Tnm inro qttico..
I r .1 : .
Tho 15 comprid roorosontativoS :
of Panama City nurses, radio
announcers, students, taaenars.
sales clorVi. huinmon. lane
Club members, auditors and law
Meanwhile, a reouest for ah' In
lunctinn has ren filed against At
torney General Hermogenes,- de li
Rosa on behalf of the rouncilmen,
whose alleced rnihndlini? n citj
1nd has occupied th tnt'np W
the DOpulace uring the past few
onstrators Wednesday night af
tho height ef the altatl ovew
the attack en Pereira that he ;
would bar all. councilmen and
municipal council moloyos front ?
havino access to the council
The request was upheld by the
Supreme Court, and Justice Ger
man Lopes gave the Attorney Gen General
eral General two hours in which to submit
a report oh his speech to the denv
onstrators Wednesday night
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
nroAT, February tt i95t
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THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLB
The bis show is on and the old town is lull, hut always room for
one mora. Opened with a Wet morning, but it's cleared up with a
bright sun toe bright for my eyes. 1
; I am told the, exhibits are good and I will take their word for it.
Iihavc to have it in my hand and feel it as I can't lea thing a foot
T Blacked out on my bearing yesterday, but It's back this mora-
'jjf I lose that will still have the old smeller left. Like Bryant,
river give up. .
T I haven't heard of anyone here from the Crossroads here, but
i -That cheese factory up in tha hills near Cerro Punta may want
ty Improve their stock.
, Until next week.
, Pop Wright.
'itft BUSINESS COMPETITION
le of us ire only American in name but we Just don't think
' l ean understand the thinking of "Fair-Minded Panamanian"
(Milt Box, Feb. 13) and I really believe he has a point in terms of
broadness and human liberty.
! "Look Around" (Mail Box, Feb. 16) Is only looking back and can
only1 see the days when a human being was told in certain parts of the
State after sun down, that he is not wanted around and should read
apd-tun" for his life. With the advent of the atomic age we have re realized
alized realized remarkable changes, changes for a good christian way of life.
I believe "Fair-minded Panamanian" had nothing in thought like
cut-rate commissaries,' which are operated on military reservations
specifically for military personnel. The grocery business, or any
business for that mattermust be profitable. Why? Because prbfit is
the basic foundation of a successful concern. Why then should any anyone
one anyone resort to discrimination when there is plenty of money, every everywhere
where everywhere and people willing to spend it for personal satisfaction?
i On the Isthmus today there are sever fiefiWn'rwhicMuni-
eempetition would brins benefits to the cufBRmer 10bft
ter service and lower prices. Among the firms which Fthink could
stiand.some competition are the Cia. Panamefta de Fuerza y Luz, the
United Fruit Co.: the Panama Canal Co. and the National Brewery.
One field in which competition has brought the consumer some of
th benefits I speak of is the supermarkets. They provide proof that
people will spend where they think they can get best value for their
0ly' Leaking Forward and Upward
- Who is "Brother But Not by Choice" (Mail Box, Feb. 4) trying
to fool? Not this fool, I hope. So "Brother But Not by Choice" works
much harder than any GI. That must moisten most all GIs tear tear-soaked
soaked tear-soaked hankies to dew point! I've worked with many of "Brother But
Not by Choice's" ilk who talk about their high rent and utility rates.
Most of them work so hard you can find them loafing round the club clubhouse
house clubhouse during a 15-minute coffee break.
GIs cannot expect anything from any lobby in Congress, for the
coffers are bare after the Civil Service and other strong-lobby gov government
ernment government branches get their overstuffed salaries.
I've worked many a 16 or 20-hour day, but on payday I find some someone
one someone has neglected to include the overtime in my check. This brings
no tear from me, and neither should "Brother But Not by Choice"
expect my tears to flow when his next gripe is about having to pay
more in income taxes than GIs.
Like as not he has fewer qualifications for his job than the un underpaid
derpaid underpaid Gls. During the last war Wacs and Wafs in the grades of
pfc and corporal were efficiently and ungripingly performing the
jobs now held by $6000-$10,000 a year, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., five-day-a-week
I.H.S. AND THE TEEKLUB-.
w want to thank "Percv the Potman" for nil comments oh!
Teenagers and the Teen Club which appeared in his column last
SWD We hailed the opening of the Teen Club as a step in the right di direction.
rection. direction. But once the publicity pictures were taken and the compli complimentary
mentary complimentary remarks were exchanged fast and furiously the Teen Club
was apparently left to its own devices.
Can it be possible that the school officials and club sponsors are
unaware of the existing conditions? Don't they know the Teen Club
U'. just another hangout similar to the Balboa Clubhouse, but far more
rtfivate and with a reputation which smells not so sweet as it should?
Don't they know that many self-respecting students will not be seen
0iDWhenrprent8 fail in their obligations to their children it is cer certainly
tainly certainly the duty of the teachers to assume some of the responsibilities
so shamefully neglected. But do we have many dedicated teachers
oa the Zone? A large number are married women with high-salaried
husbands, whose sole interest in teaching is the pay check and
leaving the school building at 3 o'clock. ;
it With the better salaries paid on the Zone it should not be difficult
to recruit from the States teachers with superior qualifications, and
whose interests lie in developing better citizens rather than in the
?mwtli1iiirromDtete accord with "Abashed" (Mail Box, Feb. 1).
The situation he describes in and around BHS is all too true. The at at-th,Am
th,Am at-th,Am i "hail fllnw well met" and "little discipline makes happy
nave uuei pu
students" wears" rather thin, especially wbeft you.
through the schooling of several children in bhs.
jT Tliefe' are teachers who deplore the obnoxious conduct of the stu students,
dents, students, but there is little they can do as individuals.
" Why doesn't BHS give as much publicity and acclaim to students
who achieve honors in scholarship and leadership as they do the va various
rious various and sundry queens? The outstanding students are passed by
unheralded and unsung.
Twa BHS Parents
By VICTOR RIESEL
All the little Caesars will have
reason to remember the Ides of
March. For, within a for ji ight, the
national crime syndicate will be
surrounded by the one Federal a a-tency
tency a-tency with which the mob ha not
ye. tangled just as in toe thirties
Al Capone suddenly discovered
there was a government bureau
wheh could jail him just a ef ef-entively
entively ef-entively as a sheriff who hadn't
In the thirties it was the income
tax bureau which hit the mob like
a black twister out of fast dark darkening
ening darkening skes.
Now it's Vic'or Hansen's Anti
Trust Division of the Justice Dept.
At least iven of its special Fe Federal
deral Federal Grand Juries have been
working secretly on the applica application
tion application of an i-trust laws to the A-
palachin 'ypt of conspiracy. With
in two wetKs some oi inese urana
Juries sitting on a line from
New York m Los Angeles will
br ng in indictments.
For the first time' the crime syn syndicate
dicate syndicate is caught flatfooted una.
ware, uncomprehending the full
tnp-nammer torce ot the anti-trust
laws just is the swash buckling
disdainful Japone mob at first fa 1
ed to understand what those busy
tax boys could do. The pencil can
be mightier than the submachine
This goes for the mobs which
control unions as well as business
es. These jiions, the b g tough
ones runs by the muscle men as
well as the imall Daoer outfits
operating uut of desk drawers, are
exempt from anti-'rust laws only
u mey aon i conspire with employ employers
ers employers to fix wages, hours and prices.
Once they do that as thev d'H
is the juke box field, for example
the r exemption goes out the win
dow like t sot. who break tfo
3pderworK.Bde. o .', A
STht mi mite? Son. is unaware nf
the anti-trust laws' power. Msxi-j
mum penalties and there have!
been several v . bv Mr. Hansen'
lawyers recently are $50,000
and-or one year in jail for each
count. You can run up many couts.
In past months, judges have pass passed
ed passed out just those sen'ences to some
Successful anti-trust act i o ns
xould f occa. iha. .ct ima--yadica4.e I
to atsmant.e its businesses in ev
ery field. The court could decide
also that those convicted could nrt
go back into that business again.
Federal judges could direct a u
n'on to discharge its officials.
Crooked unioneCrs could be order ordered
ed ordered never again to step into a n n-nion
nion n-nion headquarters or make con con-act,
act, con-act, or hol(i office. If a, union re refused
fused refused to duiwsalflkttL.tif.l:i
bo? outfit -could be -r-t aiaarril"
or even dissolved. AdminVntnr
could be put in to run mob u-
nions as well as businesses.
Furthermore, the court pohH
go beyond this by interpreting the
anu-irust violations a defiance
of the Hobbs Act, which also is
ui'.ie understood. This law's in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of a racket is the use
of voilence or even threats, to ex extort
tort extort money or force comoetitnrs
-into disadvantageous positions.
wr. Hansen would not confirm
or d scuss n,y G -and Jury actions.
He merely told me tersely:
"We are eoing to mesh the An-ti-Turst
Division into the overall
crime fight by he Justice Dep.
In this divis on we have been
very carefully looking into the
racket ang,e for a year. There are
possibilities in may area where
we can nrooeed criminillv ."
w in tne testimony of one of New
York's ace police officials, Lt.
James Mooney, of Commissioner
Steve Kennedy's crack Central In
telligence Bureau, the an'i trust
field is opened wide.
What Lt. Mooney said, in effect,
vas that the Nov. 14. 1957. ADala-
ch'n underworld coak-out was not
really a crime convention but a
criminal .Mcuit Court of Appeals,
Lt. Mooney sail that the under underworld
world underworld can order a member's death
have him sii still for an appeal and
then levy a $10,000 fine instead.
If th e is so, then there is a cri
minal conspiracy in Tesfraint of
all the trades represented at the
"Second Government" conclave.
The crime syndicate is in big
business and from now on th!s type
of big bus'ness is the Anti-Trust
Walter Wincheli In New York
MAN ABOUt TOWN
BOLEX 1 jjjj
Jt55 Central kst, and K-Street
The President of Haiti's favor
ite companion is Elaine Barrie,
last wile of John Barryrnore.
. .Don't invite Hugh O'Br.an and
Cary Grant to the same party if
Luba Ota se vie is there. . The
Helmut Dantines' income tax ex exemption
emption exemption is due March 15th. .-die.
die. .-die. Adams', .wefeh terrier, is, wear wearing'
ing' wearing' ar chinchilla jpoat. cut !, front
the star's full length evening
wrap. ."Peyton Place" author
Grace Meialious and her groom,
T. J. Martin, are happier than
ever. The gossips are guessing,
again. .The Fernando Lamas
(Arlene Dahl) set expect them to
make a s' a dement confirming or
deny ng the buzz. .One of Kim
Novak s most ardent suitors
drODs her off at her tiiidtOwiiMe.
pee If on 'his 'white sports caT;in
the wee hours. .Frances car carpenter
penter carpenter (DuPont clan) has a mar marriage
riage marriage proposal from handsome
RoDert Boras of Italy. .The Duke
of Windsor is battling a second
attack of shingles In 2 years. .
Mrs. Batis a's closest fr.ends say
she's Had It.
From the Independent Editorial
Services News Letter" of Feb. 11:"
"Washington: Winchell's Sunday
night broadcast is now required
listening for the foreign alta rs
committees of both branches of
Congress. His information on Lat Latin
in Latin American do figs is two weeks
ahead of'otfkial reports"
George Abbott's every-dance part
ner at the Cotillion Room the oih
ler night wa)i lovely 'Uce Mason,
rea rsiaier; ; .mew mwvie queen
Connie Towers and stock broker
Victor Heidt have that happy
stare. .Babouka, the Greek ab
dom oal dancer at the Xatin Q,
gets nightly 1. d. calls from Tex
an Shepherd King, once wed to
navel dancer Sam La Gamal. .
Ernest Borgnine's .estranged wife
is happy again;- His name is
Charles Sonne, a fop jeweler.
It's a Girl tor the John Spring
ers at N. Y. Hosp. Dad s w til
20th Century-Fox publicity. The
mamma is former dancer Mon
oa Lane. .The German Consul-
General gave a hush-hush par y
for Berlin Mayor Brandt and
New York top bankers. The press
was barred. .TJPI photogger
Joel Landau was ejected.
nus Joi Lansing adores the eolon
ot Robert Gateway's orbs. He s a
cattle tycoon in Texas. .If you
know a two man cow act there's
a job for one .n the new music musical,
al, musical, "Gypsy". .MC Achieef Jules
Stein is ending at Harksess
Pavilion after major surj. .
Songbird Lyda Fairbanks' Valen Valentine
tine Valentine gift from her Cleveland ad admirer
mirer admirer (an architect) was a box
of ; ehocolate'ncandy con a nihgCa
diamond necklace. .Producer
Lawrence Carr's gift to h mself
after his "Redhead" opened was
a Rolls Royce. . 1 ne Run
yon Cancer Fund just received
its first bequest from Alaska. Via
Via the estate of the late Theo
dore Nilles of Ketchikan. .Fred
Allen's widow is rich. The star
left her more than a million.
MarilynMonfeeis again wear wear-og
og wear-og 4-inch heels. Ordered ten
pair designed by Helen Aroels
of the 5th Avenue gem clan. .-.
Playwright G. S. Kaufman was
attended by a medic at the Be Be-lasco
lasco Be-lasco Theatre. Okay now... Three
musical shows are gasping for
air. .The Friars Club now refUs
es non-actors lax membership
First time s nce the depresh. ;
Former Cop a dance team of Da-
nia and Geni Pryor are still hap'
pily wed, but she's in "West Side
Story" and he sells Bibles. .
James Maloney, former chief of
the Secret Service, is very ill in
Clearwater, Fla. .Mitchell Par
ish, who wrote Stardust," and
Patti Nestor, dancer in "Goldi
locks," are midnight-snackins.
Mickey Rooney s wife (d vorcing
nim)idates DonaM Barry, co-star
fed with Mickey in "The Last
Mile" So it won't be mistaken
for the Park Avenue Soviet Em
bassy, the neighbor next door dis
plays, an American flag in every
Liberace and violinist Gwen
Romano are a local duet. .TVe
Far below U.S. Prices All Kindt of Music
Central Av. 9-13 Across La Merced Church
Tele. 2-2566 2-3364
Gypsy Markoff's new love Is
Dr. Alonzo Procopora, very weal
thy. .Audrey Meadows has been
separated from her Washington
spouse for 10 months. No divorce
plans at this time. Frank Pe,r Pe,r-ry
ry Pe,r-ry of the Thea'er guMd and E E-nor
nor E-nor Bayer, co-author of "3rd
Best Sport," ar makinp the
same shadow. -Dorothy Arnold
( ex-wif of J. DiMaggio) favors
Dick Hughes, the Debonair cdm-ooser-pian
st. .It's a girl at -the
Norman Atkins. Papa is he
male lead of "Most Hopy Fel Fellow"
low" Fellow" at Ci'y Center. .The Ray
mond (Hazel B'shop) Soectors are
topethering again. .Wedding
bells are being tuned for M,
Macklln, an Argosy editor, and
Barbara Shackley, art studio
mgr. .The playwr'ght N, Rich Richard
ard Richard Nashes exoect their image
in Aorl. .Sheila O'Connor. Lat Latin
in Latin Quarter beauty, and jukebox
magnate Leslie Hovd, jr. .rnc!' .rnc!'-ed
ed .rnc!'-ed 'heir betrothal. .MikoyaB
'"ore a bullet proof vest in in
Sophia Loren's take-hwe pay
on her new Paramfn "Black Or Or-rh'd"
rh'd" Or-rh'd" is a mere J387.M8.39. .The
district Attorney's office Is tald
.. .. .... .. V .""
to- be investigating some of the
smaller recording firms. For al
legecuy oigmng up new talent,
mulc.ng m from ihein and nev
er recoiding tneir vo ces. . .lie
member Andy Kirk, a top band
batoneer? Hj now manages Ted
Lewis and ius Walters in Ve
gas?. .- .One of the H'wood
names orought in six fnenas
to the' Harwyn where Ed Wynne
cuffed their sieakc: and hooch.
The tname"ieft $1 tip . .IMary
Martn's TV choreographer, J.
Lay. on, and Sandra Newman of
"Desry" tryst at the vogue
Room. .Wflen. George Sanders
marr.ed Benita Hume aciress Lin
da Stone flooded her place with
Virginia McManus, convicted
Call'Glrl.-WaJ a ntudent at the
U.' of -Illinois where she majored
in physical education. ,NBC ex
ec u: xeDet nas a new romance,
Natalie Thomnson of ihe Amelia
Earhart Luggage firm. .One of
the Greenwicn Village spots (with
j.n avant-garde-show) had 4 cus
tomers to watch 5 actors. .Play
wrieht Moss Hari's a U t o b i o i
(Random House) unveils in Sept,
. .Soring it coming early to me
Arthur Murray dance tutors Ml
chaei March and April Norton,
who unite Feb. 28th. .Agent To
ny Ford and Joy Harmon of
"Make A Million" believe .n plea
sure before business. .Margo
Blackley. one of England's top
fashion models, ia now a CBS
see'y. .B. Kamber. veep of
Hecht-Hill-Lancaster, and Helen
Haft were wed Sa dee in Hones
dale. Pa. .Mitch Leigh,, rated
genius in the mus e world, wings
to Hollywood on an important
movie scoring deal. ."Flower
Drum Song" lobby crowds got an
added kick when a hot-tempered
citizen belted another because be
wouldn't move. (Loud Applause)
Joanne Woodward had a lusty
exchange with rude people seat seated
ed seated in front of her at the Phlliy
premiere of "Sweet Bra oi
Youth" in which her husband
Paul Newman, s'ars. .CBS los
es about $4 Million on "Play
house 90" this season in unsold
time. T .Laree confus'on at the
Waldorf where Berlin Mayor "Wil
ly Brandt dwelled last week. It's
also the home ot theater exec
Wm. Brandt. ."The Perfect Fur
lough" and "Mardi Gras", had
the sa me plot. line. But an oia
Alec Woollcott ta'e scooped them,
both with it. .Hal Waljis' new
discovers will be known as Don Donna
na Donna Douglas. Beautiful girl, ditto
figger' and She can Act.. .Locals
now suspect that Marlon Brando,
who often commutes from H' H'wood
wood H'wood to N.Y. to date his favor favorites,
ites, favorites, weekends at a'rport .hotels,
i .Restaur an' s, mwitjloned In the
e'all-irl case eould lose their li-
hsensei. for permitting convicted
Moots So enter, iv. .That Rosina
Pagan ring story (about a pig pigeon
eon pigeon stealing it) is wonderful press
agent ingenuity. Didn't Rosina
hre a press agent several weeks
ago Just for stunts? ? ?
WASHING10N -h Democratic
Senators are gingerly -d scussing
in Capitol cloakrooms wuemu
they snould stage a tight sgainst
the confirnuiion ot the one of the
most pot en. members of tne pres president's
ident's president's cabinet Adm. Lewis L,
Strauss as Secretary of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. -' ,H ;
The fight depends in part on
charming, easygoing Sen. Warren
Magnuson of Wtah ngton, chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Inters te
Commerce ComWtee. ,-
Senate colleagues,-doesn't -go a-
rouna looking JOf figws,'Howev-
er, he has a lOOpercentrrecord
in defending the consumer -and
catf be a real bttlerJwhee
wants to be..-?- .ii.;-f---'w-f;:-The
ba tie pver"Straiisf hasn't
hit the headlines, it's- a toeoeri
And ic has mwe sleeping -dyna-mite
than almost anything the
Esenhower administration lit
I ecu in luree yenra.
,fhe dynamite includes the is issue'
sue' issue' of Wall 'Sreet domination.
secret nocturnal meetings, contact
oi interest, a possible crminal
violation, and whether the ad administration
ministration administration deliberately deceived
tne puDiic over tne oiggest elec-
'ric power contract American
history. ; -?.-;" -'-The
amazing thing is'tfiaC Pres'
ident Eisenhower aDDointed
Strauss to -he Cabinet m spite "-of
mis uynamne. rcoDSDiy ne aian t
realize the explosion 'hat could
be touched off on Caipitol Hill.
If it hadn't been for an trt
nTght watc,lman, ih the Atomic
Energy Commission brobably
mere woula -be no though of in
vest fating Srauss and his quali qualifications
fications qualifications for Secretary of Oom-
Everyone enterina and leavinff
the Atomic Energy Commission
must be checke in and his name
registered. Iteia a super xacf et
On the nieh' of 'Jan.' 20. 1955.
the AEC guard carefully noted n
his. visi or's book that "Mr. Wen Wen-zell
zell Wen-zell left by the back door carry carrying
ing carrying a large envelope."
"Mr. Wenzell" was Ado the
Wenzell of the First Boston Com Company
pany Company which helped to underwrite
the famed Dixons Yates Power
Company as- a- priya e utility to
offset the Tennessee Valley Ati'
And the fact that the alert AEC
guard recorded Wenzell's secret
nocturnal conference wrth Strauss,
then head of the AEC. cave the
flict-of-interest cases faced by El-
ioici-otimerest caseis taceo oy El-
It blew up tlw entire Dixon
Yates deal, forced the eancella
tion of the con ract which Strauss
as chairman of the Atomic Ener
gy Comim'ssion, had g ven Dixon Dixon-Yafes,
Yafes, Dixon-Yafes, and caused a suit in the
Federal courts for several mil
It also out President Eisen
hower in an extremely embarrass-
ng position. He had just stated
a his press conference that Wen
zell "was never called in or ask
ed about a single "thintf snout the
Then suddenly it was -shown
by the record of the AEC guard
and by sworn testimony that
Wenzell -net only had conferred
win Wauss' about thf Dixen
x"aies cofliraut. bur hid ha
planted inaida the '.Budget Bureau
tor months, 4or Jie express pur purpose
pose purpose of putting across the D.xoa D.xoa-Vates
Vates D.xoa-Vates 'deal.'-, .fyy--
Ia other ords; : a represent
live of the banking firm whica
was -to finance tht Dixon-Yates
power, project was working in inside
side inside the government for be jiler
est of his company, not foir tha
, ntereaUofth payeMV j
tTaiis:ia aainst the'kw punishi
u ut jau aeuvence, inouga
no 'cQAflict-wf-btereai vaset chava
Wen .prosecuted by he EisenhoW
eAdxnin stration..'.W;;- ,,---
- iSiraussinow 'Ippis:- the
v tal post Jif'Secreary v ijf Cora-
merce, was- initima.ely ied up
with this eanfl'ct-ol-lnterest case casein
in casein the f rsk place, as head oi
the Atomic ; iuiergy conSmlssion,
he insisted on approving a multi-uiilllon-dollbi
the AEC and' Dixon-Yates de despite
spite despite the fact that the Tennessee
auey- au nomy naa: voieo a
gainst the contract.
Second, Strauss aipparently did
not tell the -truth when quizzed a a-l&aUtAfatt
l&aUtAfatt a-l&aUtAfatt ttit!Weazel wal
hidden insida the' Budget Bureau
toa adv'se 3 udget. Director Dodge
o T putting s taosi-; the Pixott
"Do you know if Dodge was id id-vised
vised id-vised by a consul ant who. is now
employed ly any of ., he Dixoa
ir.ei : uliiilv rnrnoarnjii77 ttmn.
Chei fipllflelt 'pt, Caliior aaked
sirauss in jNovemDer,',is&.,
"I have no knowledge of any
consultations that Dodge may
have had," Strauss replied, "or
whether he had any."
Yet Wenzell had been Inside
the Budget Bureau for some
time,, quietly work'ng to put a a-cross
cross a-cross the Dixon-Ya'es, deal.
When,, th e was Jtoajly disclos disclosed,
ed, disclosed, the Dixon-Yates con'ract was
hurriedly dropped. Now the Pres President
ident President has ele ated to his Cabinet
the man who helped ha ch this
It's been well adverfsied la
Washington that Sen. Frank Bar
wirsfitfTtoTbe itied whetr lle was
defeated for re-election by Gale
McGee. the Universi-y of Wyom
Frank ws ao' miffed tha i he
wouldn't turn over his Senate of office'
fice' office' to McGe' until the las' min-,
ute,fc nor1 Would he discuss Wyom Wyoming
ing Wyoming problems "wth 'the man who
TT'i0 w in,Q ilia wjicivai u
. Bu what didn't -leak out was
the mannerrsdat walcbs?, Barrett'
socked one ot McGee's campaign
managers on the streets of Cas Casper.
per. Casper. Jim Fagan, one of the men
who helped to mastermind the
McGee campaign, was quietly
walking' down the. treet when
the defeated Senator from Wyom Wyoming
ing Wyoming spotted him. Without warn warning,
ing, warning, Barrett swung on Fagan and
almost knocked i him. ridowp.
Some of sf agan's Iriends wsnt-
cu mill iv iiiii v.. ft wwt.
'isTii"sed he idev snd the incU
dent was never, reported ,
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Zoo Coup' Gives St. Louis Monks
Strike Jitters; Antelopes Gossip
Cpfon Likens Ike's Budget
ToiFrtgijeJHouse Of Cards'
A -.1 "r
WASHINGTON. Feb. 20 (UPI)
Sen. Norrli Cotton (R-K.H.) laid
today that President Eisenhower's
fiscal I960 budget "was a nouse-of-cards
r bound to be toppled
sooner or' later."
Cotton said "the real jolt" has
been "that the spending Jugger
naut rolled through the halls ef
"Every reducing .... amendment
was snowed. Under" in Senate, ac action
tion action on housing and airport bills, he
said in a news' letter.
"We didn't make a dent" Cot-
ton said. "We might as well have
been trying to stop a heavy tank
. ?il ItlL 1 J1 1 1.'
wva popguns, lae nairune umiis
so nainstakingly set up by the Bu
reau of the Budget have tumbled
like tke walls of Jericho."
Cotton further observed thit
"the fence is down and the cows
J . 1 J I J lui i .
are. oui ina ion me iirsi skitv
mish of .what must be a long war
was .a total t-rout for tnose ef ns
trying to hold the line', it is no
longer a question of a balanced
budget, but only how many bil billions
lions billions do we go into the red. this
peacetime year." 6 : : If
Cotton said the only remaining
hope is to refuse to raise" the na-
ST. LOUIS, Mo. Feb. 20 (UPI).
A three-day strike by SO zoo keep keepers
ers keepers ended last night when officials
gave In and granted organization organizational
al organizational lights 'to employes. ;
A ioo coup1,? some; called it.;- f
On one side were St. Louis Zoo
Director George P.' Vierheller and
the zoological board, besieged by
opposing forces from the Institu Institutional
tional Institutional and Public Employes Union
Local 410,Vh6 demanded organi organizational
zational organizational rights?,? '"
Union spokesman Joseph L,
Ames saficl battle lines had been
drawn at "arms length."
Caught in the crossfire were the
animal kingdom's subjects, its li lions
ons lions arid llamas, elephants and ells.
Vierhell!r4anUQ superjsorx staff
members worked day and night,
without rest, to feed the 1,600 ani animals.
mals. animals. : ':' ; !',': -. .!
"Th monkeys' morale is suf sufferings"
ferings" sufferings" trainer WUliam' Rogers
said shortly --before the! walkout
ended. i! VThey know something's
wrong-and it's not good.for,them.v,
The picketing keepeM wer,, not
"Hibernation or.; no hibernation,
I miss my bears,' trainer Howard
W; Hoffman said yesteraay -"If
I find myielephants : arefa't
taken (eareofi I'll he back
there."., assistant trainer .Jpft. Stey.
. Bitter? ajweainer?vyesw!rua J
kept all but the hardier animals
insidettheir pens;vA few blackbuqk
antelopes,! braving the chill, stood
as though) whispering in, a cornerj
, glancing jit the few visitors be between
tween between comments; i ; ; '.
On-the street, pickets appeared
yesterday :i morning- and strolled
back and: forth. Inside, the goattike
mouflens paced their-barely-tend,-ed,
sawdust floored cages, eyeing
newcomers suspiciously.. r
Powerless -to do anything one
way or another, the traditionally
outspoken libns and tigers were si silent.
lent. silent. As might have been expected,
there was one profiteer.
"Moby Dick, a giant sea ele
pliant, showed obvious content that
the unaccustomed solitude had
driven other amphibious animals
to their cages, leaving the swim swimming
ming swimming pond his own private sea.
King Of Morocco
Back To Corsica
tional debt limit. Eisenhower has
asked Congress to boost It.
But Cotton maintained' that "a
thin treasury and a good, scare
mignt wake up tne country oeiore
it's too laU."
"I hope we shall make a. last-
ditch stand to hold it (the debt
limit) until the spending commit
tees come to their senses," Cotton
(Presented by the Department
I Christian Cdueatien ef the
Episcopal Church In the Canal
Zone, Panama ana twomoia.i
Yir Eveninfl Bible Readmit
Ecclelt 2:12-2 -. v
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-v THE RtClPf FOR
"There Is nothing better er
'man, than that he should eat and
Thu nreacher is nartlv right.
Food, drink, leisure, all such good
things are from the hand of God.
But this wise man fails to lace up
to the question that such bounty
Why does God give him these
s wnrldlv soods? He Is miserably
'v-. u V hored and world-weary because he
BASTIA, Corsica, Feb. 20 (UPI) h not iearned that we find mean
ing and satisfaction In life by using
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A leading atomic expert has told
Congress that, despite new diffi difficulties
culties difficulties detection of underground
nuclear explosions can be far more
efficient than was originally con contemplated.
templated. contemplated. Dr. Hans Bethe of Cornell Uni University,
versity, University, ene of the Geneva experts
who devised the detection system
last summer, testified that one way
to achieve the new efficiency would
be to bury earthquake-recording
instruments, deep in the ground.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Minn.), Senate d i s a r mament
chairman, said in releasing the tes testimony
timony testimony today that "political prob problems,
lems, problems, not technical difficulties, are
the main roadblocks to an agree agreement
ment agreement on the suspension of nuclear
( Bethe said underground nuclear
blasts set off in Nevada last Octo October
ber October did show that the original 180-
stanon detection system would be
only about 60 per cent as effective
as had been expected.
But he said if theoretical calcu calculations
lations calculations about placing seismographs
in drilled holes 5,000 xt 6,000 feet
deep are correct, "then we could
get a system wmcn is actually bet better."
ter." better." :
The scientist explained that sur surface
face surface "noise" is the chief limita limitation
tion limitation in detecting and identifying
earth shock that comes from nu nuclear
clear nuclear blasts.
He said that robot devices and
perhaps abandoned oil wells could
be used, adding: "'I think there is
no great difficulty in doing this."
-r-iung Monammea v 01 nauruccu
Mni' r,od-eiven dominion over
th hondaes of materialism will
be emphasized at Christian Science
Th lesson-sermon, to be read,
entitled. ''Mind,'.'-contains the acJ
count of Siirist Jesus neaaiiiK ui
the man "whose right hand was
withered" (Luka .6).
Selections from "Science and
Health with Kev to the .Scrip
tures? by Mary Baker Eddy .willj
lUllIli U11V4 AUHU i
er aU thines, Man was not created
from a material basis, nor bidden
to obey material laws which Spir Spirit
it Spirit never m'Sde;, his province is in
high spiritual statutes, in tne
higher law o? Mind."
The Golden.:.Textis from Rom
ans ( 11 : 34,36): ; 'Who nath known
the mind of the Lord? or who
hath been his counsellor? -... For
of him, and through him, and to
him, are all things: To, whom be
glory for ever,"
flew to this French Mediterranean
island yesterday and, in a surprise
peace gesture personally returned;
a French soldier held captive : .in
Morocco for two years.
The Moroccan king left Rabat
on the first leg of a tour ot the
sites of his French-imposed exile
in Corsica and Madagascar from
1953 to 1955.-His voyage into-,. the
hitter oast was made as an hon
ored guest of France.
The monarch sprung Ms surprise
as soon as his plane lanoeu at
Bastia's airport. He brought the
long-time captive, Warrant Officer
Ienace .Cacelaguerra.- ouuot tne
aircraft with him and told the wel-,
"Gentlemen, here is Warrant
The soldier's mother was in the
crowd. She ; burst into" tears and
the rest of the throng went, wild
with Inv. i fi .-:t. ..'
In Paris, French -. off icUV quar
ters welcomed the release of Cac Cacciaguerra,
ciaguerra, Cacciaguerra, but said they believed
that public opinion would now de demand
mand demand the release of a second cap captive
tive captive officer. -"ip-
Mohammed had left: Morocco in
August, 1953 asaJFjatooIs t virtual,
nostage becairee w sis support for
the since-victorious cause of Mo
roccan independence. r
He returned in triumph to his
country's throne in November,
1955, when France ended its pro protectorate
tectorate protectorate over Morocco.
His arrival here began a two two-week
week two-week journey during which he -will
re live his days otxile.
the gifts of God in the servke of
He wa a wealthy man in an
impoverished land. And he com
plained because he couldn't find
anything worth doingl From all
this vaunted wisdom, be can think
of nothing better to do than to eat
and drink. Thus he snows us now
not 1o be happy
The recipe for ioylessmess is use-
lessness. This is the pattern of so
many people who have a good
store of this world's goods and yet
are bored, so that they eat and
drink too much. How foolish! And
there ar so many worth wnue
tittngs. to be done and so few peo people
ple people to do them!!
God gives you life, health, brains
money, "something to. do with" so
that you will do something for
Him, that is, for someone else.
Serving God in this world is serv serving
ing serving man in the Name of God. Lite
becomes worth while when we be become
come become worth while!
LaiYyersDeny Llrs Biddies; Sudden,
Death Was Linked To Lacaze Affair
TAJiJS: Feb?0'(UPT)T. 'Police
today prepared a "discfeet nnof -ficial"
report on the 1956 Paris
death of U.S. heiress Margaret
TWvflt Riddle, late friend of key
lieurefi .-in v France's sensational
"Lacase-affair.'M 1 i. Vrt
Attorneys 'for wealthy"-Treneh
lndnqtrinlist Jean- Lacaze' Were
firmly denying that Mr. Biddie's
sudden death at the age of 54 had
anything to do with the Ladaze
Crlminar;nrigaaei chief g.gGeorge
Clot, Who heads the police side of
the Lacaze investigaUohvas res responsible
ponsible responsible ior" thawing up the report
on Mrs,. uiddies fleam.
But his' report was seen, as slm slm-rl
rl slm-rl v an attempt. to eather 1 supple
mentary informatiort,: much iOf it
financial, aDout interesu ;invoivea
in the so-called "seandaLIt There
was no official hint that suspicious
circumstances surrounded t a e
death of the American society
woman. ; ;
Lacaze, 57, has beeiai publicly
, accused by! his adoptive nephew
Jean-Pierre Gullaume, 25, pf ..al ..allegedly
legedly ..allegedly trying to eliminate hfm' as
heir to the family fortune.
A French attorney has confirm
ed his plans to ask for exhuma exhumation
tion exhumation of the body of Mrs. Biddle. y
Attorney Jean Lv Tixier Vignn
court said, he was acting for uni
dentified Biddle heirs in seeking,
"to deteirmine exactly the cause
of her.,aeath.:V . .";.. y a
The weekly L' Express reported
ep. z that Mrs. Kiddie naa a
large, interest ifl .he rich Zellidja
ieaa mines,-, manageij dv L,acaie
and that ; he sjpent the night be
fore- her: death with Lacaze's sii
ter,; Mrs.-Jean '-AWalfets nd Dr.
Maurice Lacour, a constant con
paqn;i'of ,Mrsi" Walter; ':
Lacour and -Mrs. Walter also
were witnesses to thJ death in A
1957 automobile accident of her
nusoand, owner of the Zellidja
Vignacourt said Mrs. fiddle, di
bassador M 'Poland, died iaifte?
arinKing something.'? He indicated
that he has been, retained to find
OUt What (hat J'srimeihinif" wi
Lacaze has beeli "accused of hid
ing an assassin to kill Mrs. W4i
ieT Md.Pl' son,. Jean P.,Guil
laume; and When that failed of
bribing a call girl, ta accuse him
, of procurlrig;,;sf f (.v"; ;'
' j. -isMfW? jrtttdKt w t .... .. -v
24mfillon felajrs'rom her fath-er,-mining
magnate William Boyce
he lived in Europe during most
of her later life, making Paris her
baseian6rmal times and spend-
meihe WonctWar u years in Lon-
donhe became, a Qlose friend of
President ''and Mrs. 'Eisenhower
shortly after the war.
SEVENTH CREWMAN DIES
. JSMAUA,. U.A.Rl.).(UPI). i' A
seventh crewman i worn tn jiNen jiNen-weglab
weglab jiNen-weglab tanker Britamsea d i e d
yesterday in the grim aftermath
of a Sunday drinking party a
board the ship while it was fast
on a sandDar in the Suez Canal.
Ten more crewmen were hospital
ized with liquor poisoning and two
of them were reported in critical
Rpmulo To Slates
To Press Claims
MANILA, Feb. 20 (UPI) -Phillipplne
P. Somulo flew to Washington
today to press his government's
demand for a billion dollar
omnibus claim against the
"t go back to Washington to
convey to the American people
what I believe is the desire of
my people to update our rela relations
tions relations with the United States,"
he told newsmen at the airport
before taking off last night.
Romulo said that top Filipino
officials. Including . President
Carlos p. Garcia had assured
him of support on the moves
that he would make upon his
return to Washington.
He said he would coordinate
these moves with the foreign
office in Manila where Foreltrn
StafX ,Fe?PSr,toe Serrano Jp,
ixweted x6, open,, alseuMloaf;
with U.S. Ambassador- Charles
Bdhlen on Philippine-American
Along Mexico Road
ay Be Mrs. Kling
TtJUANA; Mexico, Feb. 20
(UPI) A" woman whose dismem dismembered
bered dismembered body was found scattered
along the road mignt pe mrs.
Muriel Kling, 35, sought along
With her husband fOt pulling a
series of robberies ana scneming
to- kidnap crooner Bing Crosby s
Wife for $100,000 ransom.
Mrs. Kling' and her husband,
Eugene, 40, have been missing
from their rontana, um., nume
since .last June when an aiiegea
partner in the robbieries ana Kia Kia-naninp
naninp Kia-naninp nlot was 'arrested.
" -1.. J
Tne KMnes were ueueveu wj
have at, least $23,000 taken in
southern California robberies dur
ing the early part of last year.
Fdntana'Dolice chief Hehry A.
Younse lasf nieht- asked the FBI
to'.'jcjieck'Jthrf possibility that the
sfevred".,leg8;hndless arms and
headless: torso joiuw "along the En-enada-Tijuaniaea
wore the re-
mams of ; jflrp4 J&ing
.The jlnrbs iwere found about
three miles south of here' earlier
in the "Week end th torso wrap.
ped"in a f,?l(ow bathrobe and blua
woolen blanket were located yes
terday near, the Rosarita hotel a
bout IT miles fom here)
y. '' V-' f'
'Chief "Young'i BaId"1he descvip'
tion ef the miirdflred victim
stocky, about 5 feet 3 inches and
around -30 years pf age fitteu
Mrs. Kling and caused him to
makjE.hls, request to the FBI.
; I MM Biaaievo 'ar M'herrp" A learcn waa ttm -underway tor
Via itiad. JnhnrltiiH n tlmatort fV, hsnH. and hfad of the victim.
This Week's Magazines on Sale
Electronio Expriment 1959
The National Geographic Mag. Feb. ........
Outboard, Feb. .'
Scientific, American, Feb., ....... .......
Time. Feb. 23
Modern Man, Feb. 0.60
U. S .News A Worfd; Report 0.35
New Wood! New Designs!
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beauty you never dared dream about!
in color tone
to dark teak
b 3 C O s rightfully
Called tne 'Vonderwood"
to believe it 1
I) fSNa. 0 EXTENDED TERMS
iMifkMatm cJhe CJurniture
NEW STYLES NOW ON DISPLAY
IN PANAMA'S LARGEST
FURNITURE DISPLAY AREA
. Mr. Comfy
4th of July Ave. "H" St.
Win in our
CANAL ZONE PRICES
80' miles per gallon'
DIRECT Pinuna Bwmud
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mm AT, FEBHCAET 20, 19S
Sociai and Otli
THE VOICE 6F
by Dorothy Killgalknb
7 'i-lM fvi Ki
Y OSWALD JACoIy S
WfHton tef NA tervlse
iJb ff L t, uLfUt l'm rone i.dnt Lw -oo J 10 mtf.
RST LADY OP PANAMA IS HONOR ID OUIIT
AT CHINESE WOMEN'S LEAGUE LUNCHION PARTY
Marking the first anniversary of lt founding, the Chinese Worn,
n't League in Panama gave luncheon srty Wednesday In hener
pt Panama's First tatiy, Mr. Ernesto do la vuardla Jr. Tha party
.was hald at tha Chintsa Club.
Among the distinguished guests
Were tyrs- wen laa crespo, wne of
the president 3f the National As As-semoiy
semoiy As-semoiy Mrs. Joseta Moraies wue
of the president of tha Supreme
Gourt of justice; Mrs. Mary
Oalindo, wife of tht president Ge General;
neral; General; Mrs. cecilia Cal, vue of
the MineUsr u Presidency, Mrs.
(Jenarma HeurtematU, wife of
the Minister of Foreian Affairs:
Mrs. Yolatida Sucre, wife of .he
Minister J Education; Mrs. Elsa
Lopez, wife oi the i nisier of Pu Public
blic Public Works.
Mrs. Irma Vallarino, wife of the
commandant of the N a t i o a 1
Guard; Mrs. Matilda z e a i r a,
wife of the vice-minister of the
Preiidency; Mrs. Marela Oteiia,
wife of the vice minister of For For-ten
ten For-ten Affairs; Mrs. Ana Valdes,
wife of the Chief c Secret Police;
ars. Olga Gsreis de Paredes,
'fe of the d rector of Immigra Immigration
tion Immigration and Naturalisation; Mrs. Au
ra Castrellon, wife of the sub-director
of State Ceremony.
'Mrs. Gul!ler.nlna Cucalon, wife
of the subdirectoi of Sta'e Cere
mony: Mrs. Will am E. Potter,
wife of the governor of the Canal
Zone; Mrs. George Wales, wife of
the commandqnt oi the Fifteenth
Naval District; Mrs. Magdalena
Duque. president of women tor
Ce'holle Action: Mrs. Elens Be Be-nedetti,
nedetti, Be-nedetti, president of Medical
Wves; Mrs. Teresa Burrell, pre-1
sldent of the Inter-American Wo Women's
men's Women's Club; and Mrs. Lolita Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, president of the Engineers
snd Architect Wives' Club.
Caribbean College Club's
Annual Penny Social
Is Tomorrow Evening
The Peni,y Social sponsored by
the Caribbean College Club to ga n
funds for scholarships will be held
tomorrow evening at 6:30 at the
Strangers Club In Colon. Special
en ertainmem has been planned
for all age groups, including a
fish pond for children.
A large number of valuable door
prizes wil be awarded during the
The club has announced that
several applications for the schol scholarships
arships scholarships have been received from
Cristobal High School seniors. The
number and mount of the schol scholarships
arships scholarships will depend on the success
if tomorrow's Penny Social.
All t ckets which have been sold
will be honored at the Strangers
Club tomorrow night.
Reception To Mark
Of Dominican Republic
The Ambassador of the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Rejpublic and Mrs. Hector No No-hA
hA No-hA havo ssiipri Invitations for a
reception next Friday evening to
In conformity with Article 13 of tha Articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, and by decision of tha Board of Directors,
shareholders of tha Company are hereby informad that
the Shareholders Meeting of tha PANAMA BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, INC. (Banco Fiduciary, da Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, S. A.) will be held at the company's offices,
No. 12-30 "I" 8tr.att, Panama City, at 3:Q0 p.m.- on
Friday, March 6th, 1959 -In order to consider the
Report of tha Board of Directors. ;
Presentation of General Statement and Profit
and Loss Accounts at close of business,
December 31st, 1958.
Election of Directors for the period pf 1 959.
Matters proposed by the Directors or
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY INC.
Panama, February 18th, 1959.
IB J,I I1 i
"li snr i-'V tth arl
- ah i
c--i i i- -i l i i ll i ut-inrecr
celebrate the anslversary of their
The Informal reception will be
held from C:3G to 1:30 p.m. at the
iNODoa resmence u ei cangrejo.
Mrs. Maria Pachoce
Arrives Par Visit
Mrs. Maria Eater Pacheco de
Fitzpatrick arrived yesterday
from Kansas City for s visit with
her mo her, Mrs. Carolina A. de
Pacheco, and her s.iter, Mrs. Tit Tit-ta
ta Tit-ta Pacheco, of Panama City.
Miss Lions leers
Visits On Isthmus
Mis Llona Joan Sears of New
York has strive i here for a week's
stay with Or. and Mrs. Frank
Cristobal Vanal Zone Elks
Lodge 1542 has announced plans
for their annual picn e to be held
at 12 noon Sunday at tha home
All Elks ad their families are
invited to attend.
Games, refreshments and pony
rides will be Included in the plans.
Atlantic Policeman's Ball
At Sky Room Tomorrow Night
All preparations have been com completed
pleted completed for the 1959 Atlantic Side
Canal Zone Policeman's Ball,
chairmen have announced. The
gali-iffair will start at B p.m. in
the Cristobal Sky Room.
Ray Cox and his combo w'U
play for dancing.
Sgt. Hank DeRaps, Cristobal
policeman in charge of the festi festivities,
vities, festivities, hss planned several sur surprised
prised surprised for the evening's fun. Mbre
than TOO are expected to attend.
Jo Hilty is in charge of reservations.
Msrfsrita Union Church
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will have
Its monthly meeting Tuesday
evening at 7:30 in tha church.
Mrs. Betty Purvis will lead a
short, devotional, and speaker of
the meeting will be Mise Myrtle
Matthews, who will discuss her
health work in the San Bias Islands.
MSIS MIDNIGHT'S NOTE NOTE-snnr,
snnr, NOTE-snnr, Tama Turner's inUmatai
.(... Aftmirinrine a mamase
proposal from reo ny,
ry weanny uo
k,i u "wnitmff to see how
be and Cheryl get along.'' Her
penultimate suuor, me jicwa
Aaantiafriii. tiirnd nut to be
not quite divorced. .Uncle Sam's
sudden decision 10 orop us uivwuv
auit aoainct Palll RobeSOn mYS
tiiied those who'd been on the in
side of the hassle. They recall
t-hat tka ainsar anH hit attorneys
111., M.u .u.v r
offered to settle the suit months
ago, giving the revenue ooys less
than tha .IrnnU SHI OHA thpV Want-
VUM V.. V h.m.wvi, ,v."
ed but at least it was a substan substantial
tial substantial chunk of money. Now the
case Is filed and nooeson oeso
hsva to pay one Red ceot...Cesar
Dam..m anHanlv r&nrAllfld his
tkUIUVI If I. V MWJ
! A a Kn.lr nn hil lifn. ln-
eluding considerable material on
tuDa. He gave no explanation io
the agent who'd arranged for a
lucrative publishing deal, Just
cumoea aooara an airuner
the 10-percenter stood waving
goodbye with the unsigned con-'
tracts. .Friends fear the Jason
Roberts Jr. (he's the critics' fa fa-vorlte
vorlte fa-vorlte in 'The Disenchanted') are
writing an unnappy mains mey
have three children.
MUSIC EXPERT GEORGE
FRAZIER, assigned to write al
bum cover notes for a Connie Rus
sell LP, dashed off such bitting
comments on, other female singers
that the disc company hasn't the
nerve to use his essay. After tak taking
ing taking off on Polly Bergen and Dinah
Shore (Polly for "confusing her herself
self herself with Helen Morgan," Dinah
for being "preposterously cheer cheerful"),
ful"), cheerful"), George proceeded to belt
all the canaries wno are manafcea
by their husbands.
SINCE THE COMEDY TEAM
of Allen and DeWood decided to
split, Allen has been swamped
witn caioa irorfl straignt men
(three of them currently working
with other well-known partners)
who want to form a new combi
nation with him.
For Sunday School
Tha iivnnrl In ii series of train
ing courses for Sunday S e h o o 1
teacha's win open lonigni at me
First Baptist unuren on a i d o
Heights. Thu classes will be held
on Fridays from 7 to 9 o'clock and
urill consist nf twn 50-minute class
es with 20 minutes for a general
In order to receive a teacher's
certificate in the course, students
must be in attendance during the
four consecutive nights the course
is being offered. It is designed
for nev teachers, new Christians,
and those unaccustomed with Bible
structure to acquaint them with
methods of useful Bible study.
The title of the text to be tausht
is "Outline of Bible History" by
P. E. Burroughs. It will give an
overall view of the Bible ny stu.
dying the individual books as they
fit into the 12 periods of Bible his
tory as found in the Scriptures,
Each period will be studied in e e-nough
nough e-nough detail so that a person will
have a working knowledge of the
This course is a second in a se
ries designed to train workers In
the Sunday School and other of offices
fices offices in the church program. Rev.
Elton F, Vlckers, Assistant pastor,
will lead In the study of the text.
All are invited to attend.
VIENNA (UPI) -The Austrian
government has approved a plan
under which this country would
pay $6,600,050 to compensate Jews
and other persons who- were per persecuted
secuted persecuted for racial, religious or po
litical reasons airing tne Nazi
era in Austria, it was announced
Wednesday. The moeny will be
reserved for persons who IdM their
property in Austria during the
years oi tne rmi regime.
han around tha nleht soot iiv
in farewell! ha'a beadlnf South
. .The tension between France
Nuyen and wwiam snatner is
making the "Suzie Wong" eompa
ny nervous. ..
HOW'S THIS FOR OVEBPO OVEBPO-SURE?
SURE? OVEBPO-SURE? Dannv Thomas; was' on
TV Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday. -. .Gene McGratb,
whose divorce from Terrv Moore
becomes final this rnorvm, still
prefers curvy atarlets). He's been
miklnc tha scene at fitn-V and
other plush nitsries with Connie
Towers, who came East to bally
hoo the film ."Horse Soldiers."
LOOK MAGAZINE hss bought
the rights to Steve Allen's auto
biography (for $30,000) and will
run the atory in three' instal instalments.
ments. instalments. . .Most- musically-named
of the new crooning crop: Guido
Toledo. .Martna yers wesiwy
beau adores her enough to buy her
family a house (reportedly valued
at 181,000) in usiiiornia.
an i BTtST S-AND REPER
TOIRE MAN recently fired by a
major disc laoei is nmievea m
hava mad more rhan a Quarter
of a million dollars through "tie
ups" with his own puousmng
firm. .Understudy Carmen Aus Austin
tin Austin ont heir first onnortunitT to re-
nlaee Carol Lawrence in "West
Side Story" ana received an ova
tion from tne audience as wou as
namkan nf tha NAW altO ll
up for several important roles in
forthcoming Uroadway snows.
BRITISH SINGING STAR
Frsnkie Vaughan may upset a
few U.S. performers, and possibly
cause local reviewers to lift eve
b'ows, if he retains his present
billing when he makes his Am
erican bow at the Cevacabatia
this Summer. In Merrie Enaland
ne s caued "Mr. snow Business."
THE INTERNATIONAL BIS
VOLUTIONARY JUNTA, which is
oeaicttwd to destroying dictator-
snips in central and south Am
erica, has decided on its next
targets. It's out to get, in the or order
der order named, Trujillo of the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic and Somoza of Ni
caragua. .If you talk to a New
York cab driver during the next
couple of weeks, try to make your
conversation colorful; he mav be
using you as copu une ot the
local gazettes has assigned a re
porter to get a hack license and
drive around town as a cabbie to
get material far a series of artl
LINDA DARNELL'S NOTICES
in Chicago encouraged her to re revive
vive revive her career on a big scale.
She s now optimistic about return
ing to movies, trying TV and Der
haps even venturing a role on the
roadway stage. .One of the
chaps caught in the (raid on Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia McManus' apartment has
Girls 10, Boys 7
mridav. the thirteenth, was a
lucky day at Oorgas Hospital
with the stork, undaunted by
superstition, delivering three
boys and one gin. j
A total ot IT babies, ten girls
and seven boys were born dur-
.ng the week; ending at mm-
hospital report. During the same
S erica in pausnta were eomii eomii-id
id eomii-id and 183 were discharged,
Parents of tne girl born on
Friday the thirteenth ars Mr.
and Mrs. P. H. Reynolds of Los
Rios. The boys were born to
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Caesar, of
Panama; Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Pierce, of Panama; and Mr. and
Mrs. P. Reyes A., of Partso.
, Three girls and one boy were
born on valentine'! Day. Pa
rents of the girls are Lt. ana
Mrs. D. P. Larsen. of Ft. Kobba:
Sgt. and Mrs. H. I. Smith, of
Ft. Kobbe; and Cpl. and Mrs.
N. J. nrey, or Panama, farenw
of the boy ar aCdr. and Mrs. R.
A. sexton, of the 15th Naval
The thre other boys born dur dur-Ine
Ine dur-Ine the week are the sons 'of
S8gt. and Mrs. F. V- Romano,
of Locona; Mr. and Mrs. E. An An-gueira,
gueira, An-gueira, of Ft. Clacon; and Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Ryder, of Gam-boa.
Parents of the other six girls
are 8p-6 and Mrs. R. "W. PSttitt,
of Ft. Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. E.
N. Mera, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Cleveland, pf Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Heights; MSgt. and Mrs.
w. e. Hull, of Ft, Clayton; Mr.
and Mrs. M.. B. Lord, of Pan Panama
ama Panama City; and' Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Ryder, of Gamboa.
. Cast and West vulnerable
ft lesrtk West Nertk
4 V Double Pass
Opening lead I
The sudden' deaths ei Georee
Heath of Dallas csme ss I shock
to his many friends all over the
country. George was narhans the
finest -dummy piayejr of all time
ana loosy s nana played in a rub-
our onags tame some years ago
wss one or ms very best.
ii west nao ooened a diamond
there would be na story but West
opened the deuce at hearts. Georn
won wiu tne King snd discarded
a diamond on tne ace. -He ruffed
a third heart and led the king of
crumps. East won tne tries and
played the ace and another dia
mono which Gears ruffed hieh.
Now Geors o eJaved a law mad
to dummy's eight and ruffed the
His next DlST was a humdlneer
He led the queen of clubs! West
covered with .tot king and Eskt
aroppeo me hck w desperation.
If ha had held tha lack he would
have been thrown in -with M and
forced to give George a ruff and
a mscara. as ii was; oeorge re returned
turned returned to his own hand wth a
trump and led another club to
ward dummy. West could duck or
plsy the ten, but the hand was
home. ..'.:' '
why did George mske that un
usual club plsy? -lis for George
Wast had doubled snd had shown
up with the king of dismonds on only.
ly. only. Surely he needed another king
for that double,
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Miniitrv nf TraniDnrt anH f!ivll
Aviation ahounced Monday it
would paint its fleet of it planes
with fluorescent paint to help
avoiej collisions in ths sir,
o Low Rental Rates
e L ; the places W"
Panami: LAS AMTGAS
Col6n: Enrique Kam
Chltre: Lorenzo Chan
David: Mercado La ft
Afuadulcei Almaon Eduarde
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AH eooked with Campbell
ctri in hearty tef broth to
five yeu mora nourishment
.'. mert dallcloui flavor.
WALTZING i-The grace of the Viennese waltz Is displayed by
Carol Kapinos and John Scott during a dance jamboree spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Harnett and-Dunn studios at the American Le Legion
gion Legion Glub. ..v if:;vl;,r ..
Bird in the Bush
; I Mythical bird
4 rood bird
II Pseudonym of
18 Dry, as wine
St High card
22 Harem rooms 31 Canary-like
a Bsitoau novo pm
I Former U J.
1 Lett money
I Outer -garments
11 Bird's home SI Shoshonssn
17 Girl's name Indisns
18 Metrical stress 31 Finest
23 Sand hills hills-14
14 hills-14 Masculine
Anewer to Previous Punle
30 Waken 1
40 Narrow read
n Poker stake
II Ireland i i -,14
golf : -8
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33 Street waif v '48 Former
38 Of digestion ; Spanish
40 Is very fond of province
41 Make broader SOBrazillsn
43 Glance over money
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JointlySpoiisored Clothing Seminar
(araduates 23 Tonight At Hilton Hotel
Ths Washington Room of the Pa
nama Hilton was the scene of g re relation
lation relation exercises last night for
23 participants from 17 Panama
nian firms who took part in a suc successful
cessful successful tlothin seminar- soonsored
jointly by the Industrial Develop.
meni center ot it a and f omt
Th course, which lasted sh
weeks and covered II different
subjects, wss conducted by- Laird
Zengel, Point Four technician, with
tne assistance at miss Phyllis A.
Fong, Panamanian tecbnicisn
from the Industrial Develooment
Center. The classes were comple complemented
mented complemented with the oroiection of filiu
showing the modern techniques
J 1 JIM li
ueu id Qjijeirenv industries.
rnose graduating were Alvaro Lo
Ei, Victor Axrak, Rogelio Rodri Rodri-k,
k, Rodri-k, David Dayan, Rolando Dom
g Fung, Carlos Lop; Joaquin Vsii
Roberto Eisenmann, Buperto Bau
nasche, Juan Pablo Alfonso, Ju Julio
lio Julio Pasquel, Celia C. de Jacobo,
Delfina de Cowes, Jose Cmell.
nicarao Hosaies, Isaac iies snd
Marts S. de Auleatia.
Zensel s exnerlence in this field
Includes working with many North
American ana European nrms,
and training in different Latin A A-conducted
conducted A-conducted seversl courses l Cos
ta Hica, where he wss highly com commanded
manded commanded by Costa Rican industrialists.
Miss Fong received he? degree
In industrial engineering from Ber Berkeley
keley Berkeley University,' and laterworked
with the Emporium and Capwell
Corporation of Saa Francisco for
two years.Upotf h&r return to Pa Panama
nama Panama a little over a year a'o.
she entered the services of the in industrial
dustrial industrial Development Center,
where she gives technical advice
to the different Panamanian indui
Named Tb Posl
: bayid A, Ellis, son of Dsvid W.
Ellis pf Gamboa, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed administrative services officer
in tka. alv fni... 13 rtf,
Training Corps at the University
of Nofrto Carolina at Chapel Hili.
nu uuiu hid ran qi waaet wajor
and is a member of the Scabbard
and Hindu anH AmnM ii.
ty, both honor organisations for
Ellis is,a senior majoring In Lt-
till Am Ola Hictnnt II. I.
rolled in a Flight Instruction Pro Program
gram Program (EIP) which enables one to
receive s private license upon
completion of and the C.A.A. pi-
Upon gradustion Ellis will rs rs-celve
celve rs-celve his commission In the Air
Force and will go on active duty.
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tOt FAKAMA AMERICAN AN INDUDfClKT DAILY ittmtitt
: MAJ. GEltf CHARLES I; DASHER.' commanding general tJnlted States Army Caribbean, aplrtJedW mans a tmlldozjer, official-'
ly breaking ground for a! multt.mlllion'doHar Capehart housinj project being., deyeloped ln to Canal Zone. The official
I ground breaking, watched by members of the military and representatives, of the Florida. BuUdew Incorporated, successful
Uow bidder. for" the five and one-half million dollar' project, took place at Curundu. A total.of 330 family units are to to
tlbullt, is to: be finished In 20 months after-the starting date, and are for mfltlary families and eivlUan employes of USAR.
'CARiB-i present at the site were; Col,' John P. Coney, post commander, Fort. -.Clayton; ;tLt Pol.-4 p. p. Rogers, USARCARIB
i engineerLt. Col Leslie M, 'Gross, Panama,.area engineer; and Robert O. Hineon, project managet' representing the construe-.
tlon firm The contract calls for 30 units at Fort Amador, 64 at Coroaal, 130 at Fort Clayton, if at Quarry Ifleghts, nnd 100
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MAJ.' gen. JTRITMAN H. LANDON, commanding general Caribbean Ale Command trwts Joseph
A. Hayden, national representative of tha Natlo nai Federation of Federal Employes, here from
Washington on a fact finding mission. From lef t to right are Norrii Fussell, first vice president
Local 595, NFFE; Hayden Landon and Edward A. Kieloch, director of civilian personnel, Carib
bean Air command.
Policeman-Concholoslst To Give
Lecture. Display Shells At JWB
' A pollcemtn by froftNion, and
mateur conchologut by curiosity,
this sums up Stewart Jidis, Cans!
Zone polkemn work'ng out of the
Balboa central station, -who will
dlsplsv and talk about shells st
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center on Monday st I p m.
Jadls has come s long way In
his hobby since 1M7 when be
cam- in contact with Walt e r
Clark, former manager of a local
service penter, who had one of
Tbnighf At Fort
Gem cutting and polishing will
be the subject of "Hobby of the
Week" at the Fort Clayton Service
Club at 6:30 tonight.
.Collaborating in the lecture will
be Sfc and Mrs. Jesse C. Pate of
Fort Kobbe who are well known on
the Isthmus for their fine work in
During the course o( the presen presentation,
tation, presentation, the Pates will Inform, the
audience as to classifying stones,
locating them and trsmforming
them from their raw to finished
state. Upon completion of the lec lecture,
ture, lecture, they will display their collec collection
tion collection of jewelry and semi-precious
This Is the third of a series of
"Hobby of the Week" lectures be being
ing being offered at the Fort Clayton
club on Fridays during the month
the finest Panama rtclfie eollse eollse-tions
tions eollse-tions of shells in this ares.
At first curious, then interes'ed,
the policeman' finally became
completely absorbed in the search
ing, cleaning, fHrg snd shipping
of shells. That he ha become
most proficient is attested to by
the fact that his name is now car carried
ried carried in the Onchologlst Directory,
a reference guide that lists qualif qualified
ied qualified research specialists and their
As if this were not enough, a
most deserving honor wss be ow owed
ed owed upon the que, unassuming
conchologist recently, snd the par par-ticutars
ticutars par-ticutars will be made public with within
in within the next three months in the
NsutilhM. ft will "'ell of the
Odostomia (Chrysallida) Jad'ati,
a new variety of sheH found by
Dr. Olsson in the Panama Pacific
ares and "uamed In honor of and
dedicated to Stewart Jadis by A.
A. Olsson snd Tom McGlnty". in
appreciation for his services si Pa Pans
ns Pans m a Pacific guide.
The amateur conchologist has s
huge collection of 4,000 shells and
over 2,000 wrie'iss which ether
have been gathered by him or ex exchanged
changed exchanged with fellow enthlsssts all
over the world, or and this he
understandbry prises have been
given to fany an authority in
paleonitolog'csl research in ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for his many hours of
service as guide in the local area.
Jadlis recalls that he has bought
only one shell, and that one cost
him only 'en cents.
His collection, as well ss the
equippment far his hobby, w'll be
on display at the USO-JWB the
night of the locture.
M-.rt fit if '1 i"-
from Clfy's Taps,
Bui Few Complain
IFRANKUNTON, T.. Feb, M
(UPIV -i-Town oftciaft here; art
hopeful that residents of the area
don't develop a great liking for
the new tsefe of fee municipal
,Tney tesr they wouw be nsro nsro-pressed
pressed nsro-pressed to legally treat the water
to maintain the taste or the 40-
Sroof kick which the water pro pro-uces.
uces. pro-uces. C. G. High, water plant super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, recently received a few
eompla'mts but not many re regarding
garding regarding the strange taste snd
smell 4 of the liquid flowing from
taps ill over town.
When he analyzed the "water",
he found it was a ready-made
highball of corn whisky and
water. High would not say how
much Houor he found, but a re
liable source said, it was about 40
Seems revenue agents knocked
off a stfll JusKoutside' town and
dumped several thousand gallons
oi mssn ana moonsmne into a
stream which ran past the still.
The found out too late that the
stream -runs into the pond which
it, the. town's only source of water.
Hard-Eyed Young Hoodlum Spotted
As Terror Of Juke Box Operators
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Here you can see a view taken during the Weetrex Latin American Farley which la actual-
taking place at the Panama Hilton Hotel. t.
From left to right, seated we hare Paul Kayaer, Mexico; J, 3, de Boer, rana and Cn Cn-tral
tral Cn-tral America; General W P. Corderman, Vlcs-Presldeht Litton industries; tJLs Warn, Vtte Vtte-Presldent
Presldent Vtte-Presldent and General Manager Westrex Corporation j V. B. Boss. Director of Foreign Opera Operations
tions Operations Westrex Corp,! Benlgno Rivera, New Manager of Westrex of Panama; and standing lett
to right, Mri Francisco C, Hayes, Chile ft Argentina; Jesus Cueves, Brazil; Orest JxForegt, Cuba
& Puerto Rico; Miles Storms II. Venesuela; Rafael Djaz, Jtuador; Dennis Smith,' Colombia J MU MU-ciades
ciades MU-ciades Prado, peruj e. F. Vanderhoek, Trinidad; R. Hoffman, westrex Panama chiijcai Pi Pi-rectorl
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... Westre Corp. has gathered here all Its latin American Manager In order to Introduce
them to their new business facets as well as thoe pf tltton Industries. During; this conference,
the participants will be able to appreciate, threogh films and demonstrations, the fine electro
nio equipment which Westrex now offer;. Electronic equipment I the principal lineffered by
thli well-known firm, - .;-.
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6:30 to 7:00 P.M.-
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YOUR COMMUNITY NETVYORK
Close Union Ties
With East Germany
BERLIN.' Feb. 20 OJP1) U.S.
labor union leader Harry Bridges
visited Esst Berlij. yesterday and
promised closer ties between his
West Coasl longshoreman's union
and the .East German Union
Federation, the East German
new agency reported today.
It SSid Bridees. wha airlvau)
here following a vitti to Russia,
would inewsse exchanges of del
egations ana letters with the Com Com-mufi
mufi Com-mufi tt union.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 (UPf)
Rocco Prsnno, a hard eyed
young hoodlum, wss patnteo yes yesterday
terday yesterday as a terror of the Chicago
juke box industry a mobster
wno once inreatcneu w arop mu music
sic music machine operator off a bridge
with concrete t ed to his legs.
While Pranno sat tignt-uppea in
the hearing room, witnesses be-
vounCer successors to the Capone
tee identmea mm as one oi uie
younger successorts to' the dapone
mob who hsvc resorted to threats
and violence in sn effort to take
over the iuke box Industry.
Bernard Poss oi Bast Auro
r, 111., slmost broke into teais
as he described how Pranno vir virtually
tually virtually forced him out of the pin pin-hall
hall pin-hall business by smashing his ma
chines and drlvlnc his wife to the
ldet of insanity.
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Anouier music up uifciwi
Ralph Kelly of Elgin, 111., appear appeared
ed appeared tt '-be tooicared to taltar Prsm
no stayed hard by Keuy s emow
as the nervous, flush-faced witness
wss called to tha. witness stana.
Committee counsel Robert P.
Kennedy said Pranno had accom accom-minied
minied accom-minied Ketlv to Wavhlngton from
Chicago and had followed him
everywhere he went, even into the
eomimltteo's offices.' ; ; -Kelly
pleaded possible self In Incrimination
crimination Incrimination when he was asked If
It was true he surrendered half his
juke boa business to Prsnno after
the mobster threatened to drop
him off a bridge, first tying con concrete
crete concrete weights to his legs.
When Kelly refused to talk,
Chairman John L. McClellan CD CD-Ark.)
Ark.) CD-Ark.) asked If he was going to
let Pranno keep him in a stste
of fesr "for the rest of your life."
Kelly, whose Income dropped SO
per cent after Pranno became his
partner, keip silent.
Pranno also invoked the Fifth
Amendment when called to the
stsnd, prompting Sen. Ssm J. Er Er-vin
vin Er-vin Jr. (D-N.C.) to declare that
the raiigland influence had spread
1C "the shadow of the espltol."
As I am continuing to make
Improvements in mv service
to you, I'll have to suspend
electrical services on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, February list at the
following areas of El Can-grejd;,
HOUR: 3:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m.
Va Argtntlna from Mangel Eplnoa
up to Call H.
- Call H
i-Call Juan B. La Sail)
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for your cooptratlon
A 'tall, wavy-halred man with
jutting jaw and tha lips, Prsnno
spoke in a casual, flat toned
voice in teliuik the committee mat
answers to Its questions might "In "Intend"
tend" "Intend" t Incriminate him.
A not so reluctant wl ness was
James C. Young, a South Elgin,
111., tavern owner. He said Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's 'bother-ln-law, Rupert Cain,
told him about Pranno's "concrete
boots" threat against Kelly.
The Chicago witnesses tesiif ed
as the Senate committee shifted
its Investigation of juke box rack racketeering
eteering racketeering from New York to the
Illino s city. Testimony in (he next
several diays was expected to go
into chsrges that some gangsters
have helped the careers of their
favorite singers with enforced
sate of rerords.
The 1 committee learned ,from
Young that its decision to turn its
s;gMs on JCWjupihad, jejRed at
.least a mimivS teesfnT. -f
M ssm pinbell machines, frc
quently used for gambling, hsd
uitappearea -m me Elgin area
since the committee's hearings bs bs-gan.
gan. bs-gan. But he sad he had heard
"the whole county will be open In
a lew aays aner mis none blows
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Plans For Ninth
The Pacific Commissary Snrial
tnd Sportina Club la makinc nlm
to celebrate its ninth anniversary
"mi turonauon ana aance in the
month of May. Plans are under-
way to start selection of their an anniversary
niversary anniversary queen with a popularity
contest to get underway next
ITUDINTI FAVOR U.I.
SOUL (UPI) The United
Stales is Still the ton phnira
Korean students going abroad
for study. The ministry of educs-
uon reponeo zsu out or 364 stu students
dents students who left the country from
Jan. 1 to Dec. 15 last year went
to tha United States,
SINATRA NAM ID MO
LAS VEGAS. Nev. UPn
F-ank Sinatra, whose hassles
with the press aire legend, has
bedn named vice president of the
Sands Hotel in charge of public
relations, It wss announced today.
Sinatra Is s part owner of the
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Bella Vltta Room
You'll want to gee their exciting dancing during
their shout stay here!
Clarence Martin's Orchestra plays for dancing.
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET from 6:30 p.m.
Pry-season delight of magnificent menu beautifully pre.
sen ted, ynusic for dancing entertainment, and this Sunday
a matchless tropical moon over the cool patio. Only IS. 80.
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Detroit Willing To Give Up
Harvey To Get Slugging Pair
By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UPI) While several
major leayue teams engaged in their first warmups
of the spring training season, the Detroit Tigers and
Kansas City Athletics today batted around a possible
trade in -olving Harvey Kuenn and Roger Maris.
Th Tign re tekmg Mans
and Hector Lopez in order to add
more power to their lineup and
are willing to iacrifice Kuenn to
jet the K.C. iluggers.
Aft informed source told United
Prarlntaraattonal that Kuenn
has een included in a "package
deal" offer to the Athletics along
withiouthpaw pitcher Billy Hoeft
tnd iewly-acqudred third baseman
Parke Carroll, general manager
of the Athletics, admitted he has
been dickering with the Tigers
andiiaid, "there's i,IJP
ibiiity of a deal with Detroit
wtoe I fet down to Florida next
"However, we're not Interested
In trading Maria end Lopei.
added Carroll, who declined to
Identify the players mentioned
In bis trade talks with nral
manaser Rick Farrell of the
Kuenn, a former all-star short short-BtoDmade
BtoDmade short-BtoDmade a successful switch to
center field last year. His batting
average of .319 was third best in
the American League but he drove
In only M runs and hit eight
Maris and Lopei, between them
totaled 45 homers and 153 runs-batted-in
las t season. Maris, an
outfielder obtained from Cleveland
in June, slammed 28 home runs
and drove in 80 runs although he
batted only .240. Lopez, who can
play aecond base, third or the. out out-fieldihit
fieldihit out-fieldihit .261.
HoUft became expendable when
the Tigers acquired Ray Narleski
and Don Mossi from the Indians
during the off-season. A 20-game
winner in 1956, Hoeft won only
nine games the following season
and fround up witii a 10-9 record
In addition to their trade nego nego-tiatidps,
tiatidps, nego-tiatidps, both the Tigers and A's
are busy attempting to sign sever
al "stragglers" before the start
of serious workouts.
The Tigers announced that pitch pitchers
ers pitchers Frank Lary, Tom Morgan and
George Suce would be considered
holdouts if they "failed!, to come
to terms before the team's batte batte-rymen
rymen batte-rymen reported to camp today,
while the' A's are getting nowhere
in contract' talks with slugging
outfielder Bob Cerv.'who reported reportedly
ly reportedly is asking for a $30,000 pact.
Whitey Ford among th
missing yoshwlay iwhen the New
York Yankees conducted thtir
first drill for bMtrymn. The
ace southpaw reportedly has
been 'offered a $3,000 r a J i e,
which would hike hiV salary to
about $35,000, but It 'was based
on a so-called "good conduct''
Beth Ford and Mickey .Mantle
were censured by 'Yankee manager
Casey Stengel last season for al alleged
leged alleged ofi-field activities. Mantle.
who was paid $72,000 in 1958, pre
sumably has been offered the
same pay-hike as Ferd and under
the same conditions. However, both
feel if they accept their new con
tracts they indirectly will admit
they were guilty of flaunting train training
ing training rules last summer.
Relief ace Ryne Duren of the
Yankees juaiVfcot ithder the wire
yesterday wnenhe signd for $12.-
000 a $4,000 raise over his 1958
Other sigmnes by clubs: Bob
Porterfield fhe Pkates, Mike
Raxes of the Athletics, Al Pilar-
cik ana non Hansen of tiie Orioles,
pand Larry Jackson of the Cardi
The following sports events
will be shown over CFN-TV
during the coming week:
Today Feb. 20 Wrestling,
Saturday, Fob. II lee Hock Hockey,
ey, Hockey, N.Y. Rangers vs. Chicago
Blackhawks, 2:20 p.m.; Golf
Show Encore, 11:15 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 25 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 2 Coif
Shew, 7 p.m.; Fight of the
Week, 10 p.m.
GAMBOA i 7:00
' "THE SAD SACK"
Sryc Center Theatres
AC Cops Ten
In Track Meet
Wednesday night, Athletic Club
showed the school boys some stea
dy running and jumping. Several
times by A. C, were the bestitimes
ever recorded on Mt. Hope Stad Stadium
ium Stadium Track. Cristobal High School
won three first places, but came
back and dominated seconds and
Joe Lorenzo, C.H.S.'s top milcr
won the mile when he nosed out
Carl Toothman, A.C.'s new miler,
in a good time of 4:57.6. The best
time of the meet was in the 880
Yd. Run, when A.C.'s Panton,
took the two turns in 2:02.1.-A.C.
had three double winners in De-
Tore, Josephs, and Toothman
Next track meet will be held at
Mt. Hope Stadium on Tuesday
evening, Feb. 24, with the three
schools competing (C.H.S., B.H.S
70 Yd High Hurdles, Detore, A
C; Humphrey, CHS; Woodruff,
100 Yd. Dash Josephs, A.C;
Crooke, C.H.S; 10.4
One Mile Run Lorenzo, CH.S.:
Toothman, A.C; Sterling, C.I1.S;
440 Yd. Dash Tompkins, CHS.
rnnce, A.U.; JNewhard, CHS
180 L Hurdles DeTore, A.C.
Humphrey, C.H.S. ; Woodruff, C.
880 Yd Run Panton, A.C. Try
ing, u.tt.s.; smith, (J.HS 2:021
220 Yd Dash Joseph, A.C. KM-
lig, C.HS; 23:9
Sprint Medley Relay A C.
C.H.S A.C: 1:445
Shot Put Toothman, AC; Fa'
onte, CHS; Billison, CHS;
Broad Jump KuliB. C.H.S.: De-
lore, a.u.; smith, A.C.; 19'0
High Jump Toothman, AC
(McGoff, C.H.S., Panton, A.C
Pole Vault Riencks, A.C. Crookp
Discus Smith, A.C, Kulig,
CH.S.; Sanders, C.H.S., 109'11V4".
Westinghouse Tries For Tenth
Consecutive Victory Tomorrow
v s svA'0 v
CAVALRY FORMATlONSteve Brooks ot Adormidera, 4, out of the gate first at Hialeah
Park, kept his mount on top of a1 big field until the stretch, where he-was1 overtaken bv
Gay Diction, Billy Cook up.on the rail here. Way Lady, 5, George Gibb lri the irons, showed-
Tigers, Bulldogs Square Off
Af Balboa Stadium
BALBOA 6:15 It 8:00
THE IRON SHERIFF"
COCO SOLO 7:00
: "FORT MASSACRE"
DIABLO HTS.- 7:00
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
NO TIME for SERGEANTS"
"Tanan's Fight For Life"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE LONE RANGER"
PAR AISO 7:00
' Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"The Lone Ranger and
The Lost City of Gold"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
!"The Diamond Queen"
For fiiflmg' De John
After Loser Fell
By ANDREW J. REESE JR.
MIAMI BEACH, Flaf(UPI) -Heavyweight
contender feonny Lis-
ion, wiui is straight vMftyones tin tinder
der tinder his belt, apologized today for
uppercutting Mile DeJohn while he
was "aovm" and yelled far a
fight with- a higher ranking con contender.
tender. contender. "I want Eddie Machen, Zora
rouey or ixino vaiaes lor my
next fteh'MlaTed Liston of
PhiladiPif,?wlfo' floored DeJohn
of Syracuse, N.Y.. twice Wednes
day night with solar-plexus punch punches
es punches for a technical knockout in the
sixth round of their TV fight.
After referee Jimmy Peerless
had stopped the bout at 2:43 of the
sixth sjd9boite the
Miami tSSEtobiffoa Sfait, tM
fight was almost resumed in De De-John's
John's De-John's corner.
When the victorious Philadelph-
ian danced across the ring to
shake hands with; vanquished Mike.
uejonetufiejcttQ Make and an-.J
gruy acgusea .jonny. oiTuppercut oiTuppercut-ting
ting oiTuppercut-ting him -when down onone knee
the second time. Mike ceiled Lis Liston
ton Liston a name. Liston swudg at him
and missed. Then their, handlers
"r"' "lctr f '
Liston, wftighitig 109u pounds
and standing 6-feet-l, admitted lat
er, res, 1 uppercutted him all
right; but dion't know he had a
knee on the floor: I thought he was
just squattin; like he did a couple
times earlier. I'm sorry about it
but he's so tall, I didn't realize he
Sonny was favored at 12r5.
Sonny was favored at 12.-5.
Manuel Ycaza Gels
Arcadia, Calif., Feb. 20
(UPI) Jockty Manuel Ycaia
of Panama was suspended for
five racing days at Santa Ani Anita
ta Anita yesterdays because of a rid riding
ing riding infraction.
Tht sttwards ordered the sus suspension
pension suspension of Ycaza for riding
Your Rtgards caressly In tha
fourth race yestarday, causing
intcrftrance in tht stretch run.
As a consaquenct, Ycaia will
losa his mounts for fivt meet meeting
ing meeting days starting Saturday, in in-cludinq
cludinq in-cludinq Prince J -Cewker in the
San Felipe Handicap.
Macaws 14, Palomas
ter and Beck, and Mbunfs second
single and an error commited 'by
rigfotfieider Arosemftna permitted
Cwase to score the last run of the
rally, but Mounds "was thrown out
at third ty Arosemena.
Reichart, Macaws' regular short shortstop
stop shortstop throughout ,the season, did a
good job as a pitcher yesieray
while go'oig all Wie route. He of offered
fered offered 11 walks but his fin curve
and a good fast ball got him out
of trouble several times.
' 1 8
for a must
Isthmian Sports Car
Tonight At Tivoli
I.S.C.C. Business Meeting
The Isthmian Sports Car Club
will hold its business meeting in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Hotel
on Friday at 8:00 p.m. Plans will
be discussed concerning future ev events
ents events and the forthcoming Grand
Concours d'Elegance which will be
held on Feb. 28 in Balboa.
The Grand Concours d'Elegance.
is an event where tn cars will be
judged on the basis of- beauty and
cleanliness and demonstrates the
owners pride in nis auiomouue.
An informal gathering Will be held
afterwards at the El 'Bancno, vi visitors
sitors visitors and prospective members
are invited to both events;
PREPARES FOR WALKER
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -Jack
Nicklaus, 19-year-old Ohio State
student, said yesterday he will
leave school to prepare for the
Walker Cup golf matches in Scot
land May 15-16.
1:00 TAInV :00
Frank Lovejoy. in
"CHARGE AT FEATHER!
Pericos (Marcum vs Ocelots
A six-run rally was staged sen sensationally
sationally sensationally by the first half win winners.
ners. winners. Macaws, in the sixth inning,
when they sank the Palomas by a
score of 14 to 9 yesterday in a1
thrilling game of the iasuicn
Teenage Baseball 'League, L"f M t
' Jim W ilson and Fred Chase got
back-to-back homers in the second
frame for the Macaws, who added
four runs in the" third on a single
by Bob Smith, a solid double by
Doug Priester and a miscue by
first baseman Jim Riley.
Palomas crossed -the, plate four
times in the bottom of Hhe third
stanza when pitcher Stanley Berg
cleared the fence with the bases
loaded, t was Berg's second
round-tripper of the season.
Bill Mounts drove in two runs in
the fifth for the Macaws but the
Palomas tied the score when they
came' back with four- tallies. Sing Singles
les Singles by Browder, Devore, Altman
and Huddleston and three walks
issued by pitcher Frank Reichart
accounted for the P a 1 o m a s
markers in that inning. Huddles-
ton's single drove ai two runs.
Macaws showed its superiority
in the sixth frame when they sent
nine men to the plate to reg'ster
six runs. Reichart started his own
victory with an infield hit. Fin-
lanson field out to deep center,
Bob Smith walked and Pr.ester s
second double a sizzling drive
over the third baseman's head
scored Reichart and sent pitcher
Br2 to the showers. Allan Alt-
man replaced Berg on the mound
but could not silence Beck and
Wilson, and another. run came in
A single hit by Chase, plated Pries-
Reichart F., p
Finleson J. ci
Smdth R. c
Priester D lb
Beck G 2b.
Wilson J 3b
Chase F ss
founts W rf
Smith K If
H Po A'
The Gold Coasters
the Pacific Palisades
"Coach Ingram, will
most established' stars in the Imp
up tonight' at Balpoa to keep his
golden "swatters" in the title race,
statisticians calculate that CHS
can tie for the championsh.p by
winning their remaining four
games 4s long as the "Bill Pups'
lose their- remainine .three eames
For BHS, Jhe, mage number is
one. One BHS win or one CHS
loss means the championship,
It is anticipated that. Cristobal
will send either Lutz or Kulig to
the mound and back the hurler up
witn uwion .enine the plate. Ku
il e and Lutz'are the only two pitch
ers or we -plentiful xicer nurline
staff that Balboa has faced all
Coach Horine is slated to send
shanking Jeti Kline to the green
with Lem Kirkland calling the
hots. Big Mo; Schoch, ace" senior
I'-'KiilHurlerJ diili&iupi with the1 first
25 14 11 T S
Ashiton W 2b
Boatwrigiht C ss
Browder R 3b lb
Berg S p
Barrett J 3b
Devore J cf
Altman A sis 13bip
McGrath J rf
Huddleston F c
R ley J lb-rf-lf
Arosemena F lf-rf
23 9 6 18 12
S;or By, Innings
024 026-14 11
004 0408 6
Earned Runs;.M. 12, P.,8V Ej;-,
rors: Mousts, Beck, Riley, .Aro .Arosemena.
semena. .Arosemena. Homeruns: W i 1 s o n,
Chase, Berg. Priester, Beck, Wil Wilson
son Wilson 2, Chase 3, Mount 2.' Stolen
bases: Finleson 2, Devore 2, Alt Alt-man.
man. Alt-man. Left on bases: M. 5, P. 9.
Double plays: Berg to Rley.
Strikeouts: Berg 2,' Altman1,:,,!,'
Reichart -6. Bases on balls: Berg
(, Altman z, Keicnan 11. nu oy
pitch: Berg J, (Beck). W!id pitch:
Berg, Altnvan. W.: Richart. L.:
Berg. Urnpir.es: Alonso, Stewart.
Scorer: Palomo. Time of gamei
1:SS. I '.i
: 1 ;, i ,. u
(WEEKEND RELEASE! I
A ii It Mnrnh I
I Patricia Owens, In
"THt GUN RUNNERS j
18th Annual' Pan-Canal
City Bowling Tourney
Tomorrow is the deadline for all
entries in the coming annual Pan-
Canal City Bowling Tournament.
If you want to enter team, singles,
doubles or all-events, contact Bud
Baker or Jack Voss.
If a bowler carries a current
ABC-City association card he may
enter. If he does not want to bowl
with any team, he may enter in
the singles, o: he may Ret him himself
self himself a partner and enter in the
To qualify for All-Events, a bow
ler must roll in a team event, roll
as a single, ana rou as a panner
in doubles, and if he pays the all all-event
event all-event fee. It is not necessary for
any bowler to enter all of the va various
rious various events.
While most of the bowlers will
go across the bpard, there will be
some who will participate only in
the team events. Others will par partake
take partake only in the singles, and there
will some doubles entries, who
will pass up the other events
Fullmer, Greaves Risk
Victory Streaks Tonight
C A P 11 OLIO I TVOL I VICTORIA I RIO
CAP IT OLIO
, Dick Bogarde
THE NIGHT MV
NCAIBER C4ME UP
SECRET OF THE
THE MAN FROM
' AlSo -HIGHWAY
- And -.
Golden Prize $500.00
with Ivonne De Carlo
. with Jack Webb
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) Muscular
Gene Fullmer, former world mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight champion, and rugged
Wilf Greaves, Canadian djamn,
will risk theiir winning streaks to tonight
night tonight in a return 10-round fight at
Madison Square Garden.
It will be televised and broad broadcast
cast broadcast nationally by NBC.
..Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah Utah-camDatenine
camDatenine Utah-camDatenine anerily for another
shot at the 160-pound, crown is
favored at 3-1 to beat G-eaves
acain and reeiSter his ninth con
Young Greaves toU Windsor,
Ont.. but now fighting but of De
troit. is eambline a string of 13
straicht wins aeainst the plunii
ine mauler who won a non-title
decision over him at Salt Lake
City, Jan. 28, 1957, when Fullmer
Fullmer, 27.' is ranked second
among contenders by both The
Ring magazine and the National
Boxing Assn. Unrated ureaves,
23. 'is trvinc to smash into the
An upset defeat would De disas disastrous
trous disastrous for Utah Gene, who is try trying
ing trying to force champion Ray Robin-,
son into a "rubber" title match or
force a fight with Carmen Baailio
far the vacant crown, in case Ro
binson challenges Archie Moore
for the light heavyweight title and
has "his 160-pound championship
vacated by the NBA.
Fullmer won the title from R6b
inenn nn a dnfticlnn Tnn 9 1Q!''
but lost it back to Sugar' Ra
a fifth-round knockout. May 11
1957. Gene claims he had a'wrtt-l
ten gurantee from Jim Norris,
then czar of boxing, that he would
get a rubbe- match with Sugar
Ray if he lost, but tbat guarantee
never bore fruit.
On Winning Streak
no-hlt,' noun'gaifte of many C,Z'
Interschiolasiic Seasons last Tues
day against J. .C
This fine g;me is the culmina
tion of two exceptional seasons for
mo on the Julldoe mtehinfi staff,
and is a, d irect result of hard work
and determination on his nart
"If ''shofify fjfi no.ed that the first
pferson to the mound after the last
pitch of his no-hitter to congratul
ate Mo was none other than his
pitching mate, Jeff Kline. It
felt that this attitude for "the
team, "and not "the individual"
is probably the main reason for
John Morris, BHS Capta n, con
tinued tp dominate the batting av average
erage average race. He is belting the ball
at a healthy .438 clip. Garcia is
close, behind hitting .418. These
same twe ;ne; baseball players
are also-tied for the team'lead in
runs scored; 9 eaeh. Lem Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland is heading the RBI depart
ment with 9 and Morris is ahead
with stolen,, bases with 12.
In the" BHS. Ditchine staff. Jeff
Klinev"nrlMo Schoch, are hav
ing a "battle of -statistics, scnocn
is the "winniflgest" hurler in the
Jeffguehowing 5 wins against no
defeats. Krne s record us 3 and l.
Schoch1 has Ditched 29 innings.
struck but 38. walked 18. and has
unnwn; 3 "wild pitches. On the otn
,er nana,..- mine naa piicnea ti m
nings, struck out 30, walked only
10, aqd has not .had one wild pitch
or h t batter
The second half "of American Le
gion Junior .Baseball twill get un
derway at 11)6 Balboa Stadium
Sunday, Feb. 23 with Panama In
surance taking on Spur Cola from
the Atlantic Side. Jn the nightcap
tne rst half winners. Westing-
house, will be trying for their
tenth stranght win as they oppose
orange Kist ; ; ,
The first game will get underway
at 1 p.m. and the second game is
expected to start around 3:15; Be Because
cause Because Of travel limitations, league
officials have decided -that when
ever two games : are scheduled (at
me same ball park-both games will
be seven-inning affairs. By cut
ting the number of innings played
the visiting team ivill be able to
journey across the Isthmus before
The first half of the American
Legion Junior Baseball League
which ended February 14 found
the Westinghouse team in first
place with a record of 9 wins and
no losses. Spur Cola from the Gold
Coast wound up in, second place
games behind. They had 4 wins a
gainst 5 defeats. Orange Kist. the
1958 champions, placed third fol followed;
lowed; followed; by Panama Insurance 7
games behind Westinghouse.-
Westinghouse is picked to have
an easy time winning the second
half thereby copping the depart
ment chamnionshin. however Or
ange Kist has shown remarkable
improvement durinff the latter
part of the first half and,; should
be able to give the Westinghouse
team a run for their money.'
Second place Spur Cola could
win the second half if their hitting
improves. They, are handicapped in
having only one player batting
oyer .250 but theW glovework and
Stromberg on the mound has plac placed
ed placed them as definite contenders for
the -2nd half.
Panama Insurance which ended
up in fourth place ; seems to be
headed in the same direction how
ever, they eould be, f. threat to any
team particularly at the plate
wnere tney nave power hitters
who could be big asset in the
RBI department. The Insurance
men lost .three games in the first
half by one run. With a little luck
they could turn the; tables during
be featured' during the second half
wm oe a contest between either
the "Mgion All Stars" or West
inghouse against the Balboa High
School varsity. This game will be
played at the Balboa Stadium w"
der the lights February 2T. : In two; i
other encounters with the, Balboa-
squad the Legion played to ,a 3-i7
tie that went ten innings and were
defeated 8 to 5 in the second garnet
Playoffs between first i and aw
ond half winner have been tenta7
tiveiy set for the, second week en"
in April; This will be three an
series 'with the Winner of two be-'-
ing named the v 1959 t idepartment-'
champions; j :.V.'.
All games are scheduled for Rl. i
boa Stadium, however if Spur Ctf-
la, representing the Atlantic Sid;'
wins the second half then the see
ond game of the three game se
nes wiu De snirtea to the Atlantic
Side; -v -; ."rf.aWi ;
Leigtie mddtf -MVabeihir!''f
working on plant to send thie
year's winners to -the 'United
States to compete in the American'
Legion Junior Baseball League'
elimination tournevx nehmAnUA ti -s
egin aroond the middle part of
August.-'- - J
This year the American Legion
will add another tronhv ta hm nr-J
seniea to xne piayer wne in tne
opinion of the judge.displays "ttir3
best -sportsmanshiD on the nlavlnr
neia. imi awsra. wm ne caiietf"
"The Canal Zone Player -of the"
Year Award," Selection for thia.
awara win Dr maae on tne basis
of playing ability, integrity, men mental
tal mental attitude, cooperation, citizen-
smp, sportsmanship "and general
gdod conduct. . k
Other trophies to be given out
this year in addition to the "Play
er of the Year" wiU be .mtZ
unampionsmp ana Best jritcner as
well as to, individual trophies tor?
each player off the department
championship team.Vr v,- ;; v.
In addition to the American Le- -;
gion trophies the Ford Motor Conv,
pany i will present to the winner
and runner up individually plaque. -as
well as leather bound citationf
to, each member of the nner,; up
and championship teaintf ';
The -Fort Motor , Company, a-'
wards will be presented a by the l
American Legion locally som
time during the summer jnontha,.,
as these awards aTe;aaaJly' ,no
ready lot distribution wjtwtifciitha.i
completion of American Legion. ; ?
Leagui ,competi,tJonc lUVztfce ItJHtoww
States which generally? occura a,-,,,.
round the end of July. ..r.
Ford Motor Company distributei ,5
these awards to, every state in the-
union as well as Hawaii and the.;,,.,
Panama Canal Zone.
Probable starting lineups:
Ammirati, es i i-Garcia,
Garcia, i-Garcia, If;
W ill, If
Rainbow City Softball League:
Begins Season Tomorrow Night
CANADA BEATS FINNS
HELSINKI,- Finland (UPI)
The Belleville McFarlands, who
will defend-Canada's world ami ami-tear
tear ami-tear ice hockey championship in
Prague- next month, defeated Fin Finland's
land's Finland's national team, 3-1, last
night. -, :
Since that title kayo by RoM
ufson, Fullmer registered eight
stright wins. They included Vic Victories
tories Victories over Tiger Jones and Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Webb and two over Mil'o Sav
Gene's last win ovar Savage dn
Jan. 9 broueht his total- record
to 48 victories and four defeatsCI
He has 21 'knockouts and he wit
kayoed once, by Sugar Ray. '.
Meanwhile, Greaves wort 10
fights Ih 1958. They included a
fourth-round kayo over CobeyMc-
Cluskey at Kindsor last April itf!
for 'th vacant Cnnndinn tfllfl..
This year Wilf scored two wins
on knockouts' over Otis Wdodartl
(8) and Henry Bronko (3) on Jon
. His 27-91
record includes 15
never has been stop-
Inventor of i
f i BiclusiVB l
j ;i ;.!,; J smUI-bubbli. 4
T'" ' I
Stevedore Morris vs.
, Cigarrillos' Oasis in Opener
Hector Lopei to Play
for the Smokers
By HERBERT MOlSE
Before an expected large turn turnout,
out, turnout, the 1959 season opener of the
Rainbow City Open Clas.fication
will be unfolded tomorrow night
and so start a campaign that ma many
ny many observers 01 this league believe
will be the toughest. i?Five" teams
will parade to the post in quest of
the coveted crown.
First and foremost among the
teams are the defendng cham
pions, Stevedore Morris, ex-Cafe
Coolspot, who "will present a slight
changed team; Pad! Walker, rnafr
ager, and Irvin Miorris, team own
er, have left no stones unturned in
building this club for the 1959
Many ara of the opinion that
th 8 gang will have to be at their
best trom gong to gpng m order
to repeat their victory for the
third consecutive .time. Walker is
well aware of the fact and took
the early jump of getthg his team
inio condition before all the other
contenders At least, Stevedore
Morra wi,H; be a -betier condition conditioned
ed conditioned team avthe '(ftj of the season.
The consensus is that- Mickey.
Robinson's -Ciarrillos Oasis,, own owned
ed owned by Carlos Ele a, will be the
team to bBat 'fof the- cha'ihpion cha'ihpion-ship.
ship. cha'ihpion-ship. The smokers .haVe plans 10
use three of the top- pitchers on
the fv10miftlimk of Lew
Ililz nger:Jip:(Aiwmus and Bob
Morrell of Pataiso. .Should this
trio work itt usual fbrm, then Ci Ci-garrilloS
garrilloS Ci-garrilloS :Oasiill be", tough all
To offset jhifr'ariy season lack
of icondition-, .-rwofpn na? acquir acquired
ed acquired 'the services yit HeCor. JLopez
for his infield Lopei will be a
round for about four of the team's
games as hewill leave shortly for
the United States Hector was one
of the AttaflticV tide's top feoftbalt
infielders- befor 'establishing himki
sen m a soiio nig-'ieaguer.
Not to be'c6tmter outrare' .the
three remaing tearns. Powells will
be stronger than ever with tne ex
pected season-long playing Of Slant
ley Arthur, last season's batting
champion. Henry Thomas will ai
so have his lanky and moody right righthander
hander righthander Leslie Dravtbn around to
heln out. Justo Salas; his other
nkchina salwart."wiH' bind talents
with Ruddy Lynch to give the
team a gooeptli.in.the..jpUchinj
Aji-no-moto, last season's Her Her-manosYohros,
manosYohros, Her-manosYohros, ha. retained the
services of the, players who helped
this last place club become spoil spoil-ers
ers spoil-ers last year. Felix Modestin will
field a -well balanced .club and has
given the other teams, notice that"
he will maintain his role of 'ispoil
-" '..v. vu uu tv mu
thi. men 4,'i.
una lOUO Ir-lkic ....
The new entry into the Rainbow
Pi.. ri n r 1,
League is the Itaran (Nobby) Ste
wart managed, .Pantra.. Stewart-
Putlt his club around-the youngs youngsters
ters youngsters ot this Community and Colon..
Watch ng this club workout wUL
leave, one with -me impression
mat tney wiii De real contender.A
as they possess speed, good hit'"
ung a-xiu sipui aeiewe.ine .pucnA'is
ing; may be a problem, but an ac-
quisiuon oi a pmcner- irom doitj
Gulck gave Stewart the shot in
the arm needed to make Pantrjr;J
a team to be to be figured. i-
All in all, this year's season
should privide its share of thrills
and tnore spills than last season.
Pre-game ceremonies will begip
at exactly 6 p.m. in the Mt. Hope
Stadum, Following the ceremo ceremonies,
nies, ceremonies, last season's champs Steve
uore morris Wilf patue MtCXeyi
part of the inaugural cent
monies, the' Boatd ,of Director!
will issue scrolls- to Hdward.iFii
negan, .Ilenry Thomas, Franciscfl
Brown,' Rodollo Tom, Crlma j 'Jo
play will resume on the playground
lidiacent to the Rainbow City Gytn;
on Tuesday, Feb,: 24 at 4:40 p.mi:
v..' -4-; '
The ectiolt,,l 4'-C::poriablJ
fence haa :aused r'pple of efj
citement, Mnyifan" have apj
proaced the organizers and voicj
ed their 'approval., of thW barrieS
There will b an award given m
the first piayer who nits a horn
run in w me ieiim
wll be 202 in right, 225. in right
center, 20' in center, 240 in lefU
center 230 In, Jeft.. .,
T0DA JNCANTO 35 20i
, Juan Torres
Ililda Marquez Jl, ..Romano
At 9 P.M, On The Stage,.
EL MARIACIII DE u- i
';-' i 1 MIGUEL.' DIAZ -i.Sr-
Also: Two Pictures :'
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THt'fAWAMA IMTHIUM A IKDtnmtHT DAILY MEWSTAMS
f AGE 8CVEX
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Contenders Ih "S650-Sprint
: tid ISstly improttWlpiit in
qnest of hi third idnsecutive victory tomorrow af
ffrnoon in the featured SfioO sevtn furlonz sprint
indent Keraon racetrack, v
This promising four-year old
Chile!! colt -is finally begtoniug
to live up hi Advance notices -with
:wo impressive .wins following a
resKperiooV Gmillertnd Milord, who
rod him to. an- easy win over six
furlongs last week,1 hopes to get
hint tip in timf agate' tomorrow, :
Vergniaujcj winner- of bis last
rUr and three of hit last lour,
could chalk in); nothei n victory
beret This big bay horse will have
recently arrived Chilean star An Andres
dres Andres Silva in the pilothouse. Sil
va is under a six-month contract
to the Haiai jCarinUiia, owner ot
Philipipon, second, to Playboy in
a nhoto last week; is another that
lis- expected tovbe in-the tMbk of
things throughout. He will have
ihustiing-Amado Credidio aboard.
JWnuela; earaia na tnicaiemi tnicaiemi-to,
to, tnicaiemi-to, 4hird randt fourth respectively
behind Playboy and Philipipon,
eould also be dangerous contend
ers Jose Ulloa vfl guide Manua Manuals
ls Manuals Fedraza while -Cristian Rebolle Rebolle-Ida
Ida Rebolle-Ida will be in Bucalemito's saddle.
; Kadir. is another-probable upsct-
ter.'Jrhis veteran racer last week
Hashed to return to too form and
canto .from the ruck, to score going
awa ii six, furlongs. He will
gaifJiive Fernando Alvarez to do
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
rides the disappointing Gaiapo,
which returns from a layoff fol
lowing a bad ; lock spell during
which oe cot leu at tne stan. tut
fared i broken stirrup and lost' hit
rider: Guadalcanal, another out-
sidef. will go an entry with va-
zapo. He will be ridden by Antonio
Charicleia. a bad trailer last
week,' and Behader complete the
field of ten horses. Jose Talavaera
will ride Charicleia while Aruui
medes' Alfaro will do the whip
weildma on Behader.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the card.
Race Track -Graded Entries
1st Race th Sertea Imiw' t Jgt.Krf $WM Ptt C terra l:M
1st KACt OF THf DOUBLt
1 Germanio J. Phillips 115 Could make it here
EScardill 1 A. Yacaza llJ Seeks repeat -victory
J Loberia Carvajai 108 Nothlnf in months
-Mi CauUva G. MUord m Raa eu in last" ;
5 Geyser.- rjF.iTalivera loS Apparently washed up
ftDeungalope : A. Alfaro jus, improving steadily
T Baranoa ,. V Tejada tfXf-Nothing to indicate
-Ben My Chfee J. Reeys 110 -WeuM pay niee eddt
6 Tb Gipsy, ,F. "Alvarez 108 -.Mutuels favorite
lOTektft ; A, (Joozalea io3 : -Desn' seem ykW 7:
Imp. e Fie-Purse 650.M
RACI OP THi DOUILI
Peel Cla liiO
1 Argosy fcoyal A. Credidio ICS fteturns in good shape 4-1
2 Platano B. Baeta 116 Hard to beat here 2,1
3 Chaiton $. Hernandez 110 Could get up iA time 5 J
4 Deauville ,. ft. Vlsquex 115 iDebut was revealing 3-2
5 Joyero G. Milord 10 Enjoying good form 5-1
8 Amelia A. StlvA UO Could score again . 41
Ird Race "' Native P. Prtn 4S0.M Peel Clese i.vi
5 (Tuti FruU
C. Ruiz 110 Bif 'disappointment r
A. Gonzales 103 -Not .good enough
V. Castillo 111 -Was never better
J. Tilavera 10$ Early speed only.
A. Credidi6 ll6 Mutuels favorite 1
B. Baeta 11$ Excluded from- betting
. ja i
4th Rate "Special" Nat. S
fti.to Peel Cleset I;W
4 Tito Pereque
5 Ranch) pw
La Desire -7
1 By Conrado Sargeant
The competition between Jock
eys at the President Remon race
track promises to become interest interesting
ing interesting during the next few months.
At Dfesent. leading lockey Brauuo
Baela is invariably the winningest
rider meet after meet.
This weekend highly-rated Chil
ian jockey Andres Silva is sched-
nled to make ws 'deouti suvai wno
Is under sir-month 'c6ntract to
lie Haras Carinthia," hara total of
leveli mounts? He is free to tide
sthef horses whenever! Carinthia
raclr is not entered'. '
Brilliant PanamaniBH Jockey' Al-
tensft Carbonelt is expected to- ac
company a trio ot tnorougnorefla
Irom' the Sail Felfp YcetraW(fe
pma, Peru eariy next montn.
Carbbnell will ride one oi tnem,
fclmor. in the Match 15 $7,500
jadded six furlong Francisco Arias
iParedes (speed) Classic The 6th 6th-ier
ier 6th-ier two horses are Albigence and
Carbenn, we ot. Meoy ivroi
and Rraull ; is eiie of the
few Panamanian ekys to Mfn
th reputation of belna an honest
rWr always doing his btt to
Getting backio Silva. this expe
rienced ; reinsman, although only
14, has ridden in his native Chile,
Peru, Venezuela and most recent recently
ly recently aTColombia's Techo racetrack.
He is reportedly as good as they
Pocas Pilchas ahi t!anoe have
been retired front competition.
Both colts will be sent to the inte interior
rior interior provinces to Improve the
breed Rajah and Segador, dis-
annointine Argentine thorough
breds, tre up for sale. Interested
?arnes may contact Mrs. Elena ae
arts at the racetrack.
Siher Sun. formerly owned and
traiMed by Prudencio Pinillo. will
face under the colors of new owner
Aurelio Rodriguez beginning to
morrow. Pinillo will continue to
wain-the three-year-old native fil-
ET Pequeflo, last owned by Pros
2 SilvW Sun
3 Tito Pereque
4 El Pequefio
6- Rock'n Roll
J. P. Diaz 103x-rUppeless cse
B. Aguirre.113 -rJockey handicap
B. Baeza 110 -rRidet my decieda
i. Carvajal 120 Has beaten better
I. Phillips 115 Good early speed
Talave-a lit Weights handicap
5th Rac "Special" Imp. S FgS. Purse 4M.06 Peel Closas 3:00
R. Vasquez US Could score third straight EVEN
5 Quien Sera
J. Ulloa 110 Can run: lrictiout 3-1
B. Baeza 110 Fractious in debut 5-2
B. Aguirre 110 mpresiiv in debut 3-1
A. SUva 102 Bettervthis week 3-2
"Special" Imp. 4
Fas. Fori $450.00
OF THf O0UBLI
Peel Cleies 3:40
2 Tarasca x
4- La Desire
Hernandez 10S Will improve Birt 51
B. Ramos loox Good early speed 3-1
G. MUord 106 -Could surprise 15-1
A. Credidid 103 Long overdue S-2
J. Ulloa 118 Mutuels' fav6rite 21
A. Lorless 103x Ratei upset chant i-l
J. Jimenez 110 Seems in-and-outer 4-1
A. Silva 10b Dangerous this week 3-1
pero Carrion, will sport the colors
of the Stud Muacyl tomorrow.
Ben My Chree has a new trainer
in Arturo Julian Gazapo, for
merly trained by Stanley. Cox, is
now being readied by Henry
White. Ben My Chree is owned by
the Stud 4:30 while Gazapo is the
property of the Stud Calif.
"Th 'Stud La Pbm'a,rada's Corvi-
gua, coral, uon vrau and lanara
are now peing traified. by Felix
Rodriguez, according to the track's
records;. TTiey were formerly train
ed by Felix' father, the cagey vet veteran
eran veteran Luis.
Only last wk. Luis was fined
r had brulsad his hls, during a.
rac in which h trailed his field.
Coral improved almost miracu miraculously
lously miraculously th following wk t
score relatively asy win fr a.
La Fiia continued to hold a com
fortable lead ia theempnth!fe8elec-
tofs' contest for th7ntontb of Ftth
ruary. La Fija's tipster, Roberto
Maduro, has chalked up 198 points.
as compared to 182 each for run
tiersuo Aorontes and Mundo Gra
fico. La Hora is a close fourth
with 181. The others are far be
Another racer that has been re
tired and wiH be used for breed
ing purposes is .former top class
sprinter Kensington. This' Irish
speedster will be sent to (the inte
The last shipment of Argentine-bred
two-y oar-old celts and
fillies arrived Wdnsdav mim miming
ing miming from Bunos Airas. Th dez dez-n
n dez-n futur track start hav al already
ready already been distributed te their
The deadline for entries In the
$7,500 added six furlong Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic is next
Monday, Feb. 23. Handicapper
Petronilo Alonso will assign the
weights for the first "big race" of
P4 Closot 4:00
7th Rac 4th Srls Imp. 7 Fgk. Purs 1400.00
2nd RACI OF THE DOUBLE
1 Silver Heels J. Talavera 108 Last was terrible 151
2 Cervecero J. UUloa llu Usually close up 5-2
3 Otoronao R- Vaaquez 113 Dangerous contender 3-1
4 Brot A. Ailaro 112 Form indicates ) 2
5 Neeful A. Credidio 115 Could sur pise 5
6 (Riotous srXli Milord 110 -iast; was very poor 4-1
7 (Mi Locura C. Quiros HOx Not good enough i l
Hemingway'i Hot Adventure!
JMLEASLMOMORROW, SUNDAY AND MONDAY
AT-THE DRIVE-IN THEATRE -(
1 1 w
'( The Intrirne riden heart of Havana 1 the scene ef the ex exciting
citing exciting new film. "THE GUN RUNNERS," a United release
!JMJopen Tomorrow, Sunday, and Monday At the
yBrVE-lP?M Theatre. Based on a famous story by Ernest
Hemingway, the picture stars Audie Murphy, Eddie Albert,
ntrleia Owea Everett Clean, and introduce lovely GiU
A ruthless ifan tunner ikket advantage of the poet fl fl-3anclal
3anclal fl-3anclal condition of a young sports fisherman to use the
Jatter's boat and thus embroil him in murder and Interna
tonal crime w ADVT. u
8rh Rac Irh 8rt Imp. S
Fts, Purs 400.00
Peel Cletes 4:40
2 Blue Zulu
A. Credidio 110 Good early speed 3-1
S. Hernandez 105 Distance may help 51
J Jimenez lllnrLwigshQt specialist 10,1.
B. Aguirr US' Mutuels favorit EVEN
F. Alvarez 108 Will fight it out 7 5
th Rac 3rd Serk Imp.
7 Fga. Purse $450.00
Peel Closes Stll
" PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXIO LIAOUI s
' Turn Sttandings
Spalding Dot 13-5
No. 2 11-7
Charl'a Baauty; Shop 7-u
Tasc6 Batury v -1M
Tahiti Jewelry ; s-12
Colonial Irisufance 5-lJ
.Spaldmg Def 3 AFA
Scoring their tbard shut-out of
the second half, Spalding Dot re
olaced APA as leaders for Lhe
second half in the Pacific Cosmo Cosmopolitan
politan Cosmopolitan Mixed League. All of ihe
mem hers of spaiding Dot were
?'on th ball" and had too mu:
bounce for the flyer from APA
Spalding pot: Thomas, 511; W.
Riley. 440: Nelson. 428; Colbert.
534; G Riley, 588.
AFA: SoySter, 531; P. Best,
250; Blind. 120; Mitchussen, 121:
Prusmowski, 480; E. Best, 509.
Minimax Vt Tasco Battery Vi
This was the first tie game of
the Season and the total pin dit
ference wi only 10, but despite
the low scoring, the match was
exciting. A break for either team
would have meant a shut-out win.
Minimax: Melanson, 515; Gunn,
402; Rogers, 435; R. Schmidt,
391; T. Sebmidt, 532.
Tasco Battery; B a 1 c e r, 569;
Lang, 408; T. Lowande, 323; F..
Lowainde, 444; Damian, 563.
Tahiti Jwlry 2 Team No. J 1
Tahiti Jewelry spread the pics
around a bit and thereby won two
points from No. 2.' If No. "2 hadn't
scored so much in their second
game, the outcome might have
been more favorabl to them.
Ray Cube had. one of thin better
nights to lead No. 2 to the game
they won fir one point. For Tahi Tahiti
ti Tahiti Jewelry, high scdrer wre M.
R6berts and John Barbour.
Tahiti Jewelry: Minor 457;
Nichols, 396; Bairbour, 506; M.
Rbberts, 508; Nunes, 182; Kunkel,
No. 2: T. Albritton, 544; Bor-
gis, 421; M. Albritton, 405; Dube,
591 r Lane, 567. 1
Colonial Insurance 2
Charl's Beauty Shop 0
- l .
raining a move to improve on
their standing, Colonial insurance
notcnea tneir. second shut out
win of the season. Each team had
only one player over 500, but Co
lonial Insurance proved to be
mare consistent than C h a r l's
Beauty Shop and that made the
Colonial Insurance: Klumpp,
oo;. mompson, v- "oss, 471;
Brown, 463:.Tolnd, 551.
Xharl's Beauty Shop: A. Rob
erts, 477; B. Roberts, 386; La-
Beau, 356; Ehrenberg, 50J; F.p
Mer curio Third Round Finals
At Ft Amador. Brazos Brook
The third round of the 1959 Mer Mer-Curio
Curio Mer-Curio Isihmian Amateur Golf
Championship will be -played o o-ver
ver o-ver the For Amador Golf Course
Saturday, Feb. 21, with the final
round scheduled for the follow following
ing following day at the Brazos Brook Golf
Marvin Chadwick leads the way
'n o the 3rd round with a 4-stroke
lead over his nearest competitor
and will be going all ou, to main maintain
tain maintain or increase is advantage.
Chadwick is paired with the second-place
occupant, Geroge R ley.
and this match which is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled iyr 9:33 should produce some
very interesting and excellent
Following the presentation of the
(prizes on Sunday, the Panama
Golf Association will be host for
i a buffet luncheon at the Brazos i
! Brook Golf Club.
Pairings foi the final round;
will be made immediately follow-1
ing the completion of Saturday's
play and will be published in the :
newspaper on Sunday morning.
Parings for Saturday's play at
For amador are listed below
Players are requested to report
to the starter at least five in in-utes
utes in-utes prior to their scheduled
8:37 Mahone, Perane, Me
8:44 Schwarzrock, J. White
8:51 Cain, Crow, C h t.
8:58 Stewart, J. R. Sm th,
9:05 Wainio, Nordstrom, Ter
9:12 ry-9:12 9:19
" Sullivan, Minor Butler.
Hardie, Wallace Farns-
9:26 Diller, Voth, Mel Smith.
9:33 Dwfman, Nelson, Ears'.
No. 1 Too
McCulloiigh, Kosic, Ho-
Babb, Kincaid Lom-
8:44 Jeff Kline, Maduro Rodr
8:51 -1 Miy, Puller, S'aats.
8:58 Moran, Robin Mrland,
Leo Dehlinger, Yeagcr.
Jim Riley, Criehton,
1 Behader A. Alfaro Hi Jockeys knows secret 25-1
2 Vergnieux l(A. Silva, 113 Enjoying rare form 3-1
3 Charicleia J.,, Tapvera,4n Poor race in last 101
4 Manuela P. J. Ulloa 110 .Razor-sharp form 41
5 Phillipipon A. Credidio lid Excellent race last 31
6 Bucalemito R. Oristiifl 101 Usually close up 5-1
7 Coltro G. Milord 115 -Seek third straight 2-1
8 Kadir F. Alvarez 113 Would pay well again 41
9 (Guadalcanal At Jordan H2x Must go lower 4-1
10 (Gazapo B. Baeza lit Could nake it here 4-1
10th Rac 4th Srl Imp.
1 Fg. Purse S400,t
5 High Day
6 Last Dust
8 Artie Princess
A Lorless 107x Early speed only 15-1
V. Castillo 112 Improving slowly 41
A. Silva 103 Not good enough 25-1
J. UUoa 116 Has strongest finish 5-2
B. Baeza 112 Mutuels favorite 2-1
J. Talavera 112 Coulo score again 5-1
O. Brave HO Impressive win last 5-1
G. Milord 113 Last doesn't count 3-1
Br OSCAR. FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI)-"Sportshirt Barnum of. baseball, soon wiU
Bill Veeck appears headed back
to the big leagues today as boss
man of the Uiicago white aox.
and while it could be a break for
their tans you can bet that many
of baseball's stuffed shirts regard
his return with apprehension.
mere are two cno-oi oi
thought among baseball people
when it comes to veeck. One
school, and it i in th distinct
minority, holds mat he la a pro
The' other, a clear majority.
feels that he is an exhfbiaonisi
with the heart of a carnival bark
er and the soul of. a nwdicine
The feeing in this corner is that
baseball well can use him. Base
ball has been dying on its feet
from staid, drab, colorless' anony anonymity.
mity. anonymity. Players ahye been gagged
when it comes .U controversial is
sues, precluding, the possibility of
new D-zzy Deans and,. Pepper
Martins. The sura .wnipn one
twinkled so extensively now are
practically'' non-existent. i'''
Ne Lenaen Magnet
v If you doubt this, consider the
manner in wtucn naeeoau tnii
spring out back on its exhibition'
schedule. National Leaiu Presi
dent Warren Giles admitted that
baseball no" tonfef liaa the I gate
magnet wnicnj in m ora oays,
caused' Ian in the nether region
to take a day offleo that the
could, boast they nee sawi euch
and such a player. J
Hurr. LeBrun, Ridge.
MacMurray, Dick Deh
linger, DesLondes, Jr.
9:33 Chadwick, George Rley.
9:40 McConkey, Marguard.
9:47 Beall, Massot, Jacks.
9:54 Hause, Fiel, Convpton.
10:01 Fradel, Sepencer, Ar Ar-mitage.
mitage. Ar-mitage. i
10:08 Thomasf Howard En En-gelke,
gelke, En-gelke, Lally, Gil Morland.
10:15 Stielau, Napier, Clis-
bee, Merv French.
No. 10 To
8:30 Thompson, Carr, De De-Londes,
Londes, De-Londes, Sr.
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
a. 100 bird trap shoot at their Far
Fan Trp Range this Sunday,
Feb. 22. Registration starts at
9:30 a.m. and shooting promptly
at 10 a.m. All birds will be ATA
registered provided there are 5
shooters to register.
Events offered will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: 50 Targets from 14 yards.
25 Targets from ATA handi handi-12V
12V handi-12V Fairs of double.
Trphy to high overall cham champion.
pion. champion. Trophy to high gun In ach
Trophy t th woman shoot shooter
er shooter with highest scoro in th 14
yard vnt and either ef the
ether two ovonti.
Trophy to th junior shooter
with rh highest seer in th 14
Optionals in each event will be
Slit 50-30-20 percent. Winners of
e overall will not be eleigble
for the trophies in each event.
9:40 Byerly, Roberls, Kei
9:47 Worden French, Clarke,
9:54 Jones, Guardia Jaen, Me
10:01 Horan, Viania, Sergef....t
10:08 Reed R 11 Engelke,
Danielsen,. Hooberry. i
10:15 Frauenheim, Kapla, ,y
Jamisoa, V. Seeley.
1:22 Watson, Frazer, Hert'"
10:29 Donovan, Papcun Traf--vis.
10:36 Shea, W. Stielau, Mj',1s
THIS IS THE TIME
10 GET YOUR
NEW FISHING RODS
O Cisling O .."Trolling O Spinning
SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT
O Spear Guns and Masks
Take advantage of this opportunity
Across El Panama Hilton
5 1.1 -t nonJ faiM'4anr Ht"
and in U.S.A.
You can depend
on Firestone parts and accessories
Ride now. . pay later
THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE
Transisthmian Highway -r- Tel. 3-1501
have the Joint jumping
wnerever ne has gone, sport
shrt Bill has hypoed interest. To
drag the fans uhroiuai the wickets
he put on .sideshow acts., ure
work, races,, higbwir walkers,
clowns; gave orchids to the ladies
i.nd during the 1st stages of the
war after his return minus a foot
from service as a Marine pri private
vate private in the Pacific, he served
breakfast Wi war plant workers.
Baseball's stuffiest brass raised
the question of whether the acts
he introduced were a sideshow for
the game or whether te game,
was a sideshow, for the circus
acts. It can be sad. in ibis con
nection, that the fans loved it.
. i . -. j .
Sets Attendance Racerd
While he wee at Cleveland.
where -h took a sixth place club
find turned it into a world cham
pion ur two years, ne also set a
major league attendance record.
Movini on. to th St. Louis
Browns, h continued his unusual
eipMWS. .-i rt-
In one game against the Detroit
Tigers, Veeck astounded and bor boring
ing boring a J-foot, 7-inch midget to bat
rified the baseball World y tend
as a piach-hitter. When the open open-mouthed
mouthed open-mouthed umpires' held up the
game, Veeck. produced a bonafide
con'ract. The ra dget drew a base
on balls,' was replaced by a pinch
rutuier and vanished from base base-hall
hall base-hall hftCJUM Rill Vll tharffai
i with conduct ''detrimental to bate
6UICK o OLDSMOBILE o CHEVROLET
DISC JOCKEY SHOW
every Friday from 9:00 to 9:30 p.m.
Your Community Network YCN
Ymj can bet that: Veeck, uWball
3 htK'n .I'll'
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FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
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Highway 10 minutes from the
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like comfort and have children.
Three bedrooms with closets,
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chen kitchen with refrigerator, gas stove,
hot water, maid's quarter, fenced
yard, swimming pool, garage,
telephone. Rent $150 monthly.
Te responsible party only. Phone
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FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
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FOR RENT: Private three bed bedroom
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FOR RENT: Furnished room,
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We are located right across
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FOR RENT; Furnished 2 bed bedroom
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FOR RENT: One bedroom
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Call Panama 2-4696. From I re
FOR RENT; Apartment: One
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FOR RENT: Small furnished
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HELSNKI, Finland (UPI)
The American BoWling Congress
expect taemberrfiJtJn.. the ABC
to set an all-time (record high of
625,000 teams for the 1958-59 sea season.
son. season. There were 879,896 teams re registered
gistered registered Feb. 3.
COMPETI IN RILAYS
COLUMBUS, OHIO -(UPD-Olympioj
champion Glenn Davis
of -Ohio,, State, Bobby Morrow of
Abilene and Dave Sime of Duke
will compete in a special 220-yard
dash at the West Texas Relays at
Odessa, Tex., March 26. Davis
winds up his college career in the
ABC relays at Big Spring, Tex.,
PARAMUS, N. J. (UPI) -Lee
Savold, farmer heavyweight con contender
tender contender who fought Joe Louis and
Rocky Marciano, in noo-title bouts,
is improving from an ear infec infection
tion infection at Bergen Pinos Hospital.
Savold, 42, was hospitalized in
critical conation Tuesday night
because of a high fever resulting
from the infection.
Full 'day excursion
Sur"; larch li
COPA twtn enjrlne
'v ficneral Agent
Gibraltar Lifr Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
M a.m. t 12:M
2:M p.m. S:W
Saturday: : a.m. to 12:N
Volkswagen and fihia
Ci'a. Istmena de
Aulo Servicio, S.A.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick. Riviera
Sedan, 4 doer, radio, heater,
power steering, power seat,
power windows, Dynaflow, new
battery, good tires, E-Z eye glass,
35,000 miles. $775.00. House
0530-A, Ancon. Phone Balboa
3064 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
sedan. Very good condition. Call
FOR SALE: Dodge 1959 Cor Coronet
onet Coronet lancer V-8 Motor. Torque
flite transmission radio-Heater,
large wheel Discs. Two tone
White sidewall fires. Outside
Mirror Blackup lights. Air foam
scats day and nigh rear view
Mirror Power steerina and power
brakes Canal Zone Delivery en
th car $3,800 Panama Dilivery
$4,800 Will sell for $2,950.
Phone 5-169 Gatun.
FOR SALE: 952 Hudson
Wasp, 4-door, radio. Mr. Overall,
House 155-A, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: "58 Austin Healy,
100-6, good condition, Ov-D,
6,000 miles $2750. Tel. Balboa
FOR SALE: Plymouth Plata
1957 fordor sedan, Push button
drive. 1 2,000 miles. Perfect con condition
dition condition $1650 cash, will trade for
low priced car, Call Balboa 2 2-1744.
1744. 2-1744. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl., standard shift, plus ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1953, good condition, 188 Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, Gamboa, telephone 6-154.
FOR SALE: 1952 four-door
DeSote, 5 good tires, radio, never
damaged, very good motor $450.
1 ''V.M'li '
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
TOR THE DISTRICT OF THS
institute oe romento o Je rroduc rroduc-cion,
cion, rroduc-cion, Libellant,- against M. V. Mayon
no. l, nor engine, Boilers, tackle,
etc., and'Msyon Corporation, Respond Respondents.
ents. Respondents. WHEREAS, on fee 12th day of Feb
ruary, the lnstituto de romento do la
Produccion filed Libel in Rem and
In Personam in the District Court of
the United States against the; Motor
Vessel; Mayon No. i, her engines, boil
ers, etc., and trie Mayon Cornoratlon,
in a cause oi Contract, Civil and Mari
AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro process
cess process in due form the law to mt direct directed
ed directed returnable and the 2nd day of
March, 1959, I have seized and taken
th said Mayon No. 1, and have her
in my custidy:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
District Court be held In th
United States District Court Room, in
Cristobal Canal Zone, on th 2nd day
of March, 1959, at 10 a.m. for the trial
of said premises, and the owner or
owners, and all persons who claim to
have any interest, are hereby cited to
be and appesr at th time end place
aforesaid, to show cause, if any they
have, why a final decree should not
pass, as prayed.
JOSEPH I. KINCAID
United States Marsha!
February 13, 1951
De Castro and Robles
Proctors for Libelant
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
With bullt-ln Universal
FRII 10 ALLiOID RIDS
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Ten
alleged Communists were ra
re sed.fr om prison Monday under
a royal decree nstructmg ne
Jordanian government to free de
tainees not considered as risks to
FOR SALE : Westinghouso laun laundromat
dromat laundromat and Twin Clothes Dryer
Serve! two Door Refrigerator
Gas Stove $40.00.
2 Modern Foam Rubber Sec Sectionals
tionals Sectionals 78" long with Matching
Chair f Months Old $350.00.
Mahogany Twin Beds with Pa Pa-starpedic
starpedic Pa-starpedic Mattress, Night Table,
Vanity, Chair $425.00.
. Birch Baby Bed with Pasterpedic
Mattress and Chiffonier $125.
Miscellaneous Appliances Call
Panama 3-7234 or 4-1368.
FOR SALE: Westinghouso refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, i'A cu. ft. reconverted,
60 cycle $75.00, table, steel,
dining room 42"x42" $4.00.
Tel. 6-511. House 0267, Apt.
FOR SALE: Real buy. Singer
sewing machine, (console), at attachments.
tachments. attachments. Underwood portable
typewriter, large baby bassinet
with covered mattress, baby play
pen, all like new. Call 84-8187.
FOR SALE: 3 piece set with
coffee table. Coloa Domingo O O-baldia
baldia O-baldia lOst 1008 Apt. 6.
NOW: China Closets 22.00,
double beds 12.50, wicker chairs
4.50 wardrobes 25.00, dining
room table and 4 chairs, 45.00,
livingroom sets 98.00, vanitiee
1 5.00, cribs wmattrasses 29.00,
sideboards 12.00, small tables
5.50, mattresses 6.50, spring
12.50, metal desk 29.00, pillows
1.25 ALSO beautiful wrought
iron and mahogany riving and
diningroem sets at rock bottom
prices Auto Row Ne. 41 (Ave.
Nacional; Household Echange)
Tels. 3-4911. 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Plastic lone-set anal
2 chairs. Almost new. local for
office or foyer. Panama 1-1747.
PO SALI: 1 aefa $17.00, t
foloeway, heal $tl,Dt Single!
bear $8.00. Metal ereaue 4 and
dining room table en4 ehsir
$18.00 single mattresses $4.00.
249-A Llmon St. Oaten, Tel. I I-362.
362. I-362. POP. SALEi Leaving Isthmusr
f iitl!nfeeiitaliel4 turnlsfc-,
elitne t ftttfm 1M-?eticV
$25.00; eycNtnffe. eectienal
eefa, 4-pteee with corner sec section.
tion. section. $50.00; Colonial break,
fast jet, reune1 table with lasy lasy-suaan,
suaan, lasy-suaan, 4 captain's chair, $15.00;
Reval Dourton China, original
Old Leeds Spray pattern, set set-tines,
tines, set-tines, many axtras, $50.00
typewriter deK, $10.00; double
bed' with foam-rubbsr mattress,
$35.00; Kenmofe wringer-type-electric
$50.00 bound books, 10c, elec electric
tric electric clocks, dishes, rugs, tables,
hairs, keokseases, etc., allar allar-ifi
ifi allar-ifi price. Talking parrot,
$25.00. Phone Balbee 2-3410.
FOR SALE: Walnut bedroom
complete. Boy' dresser and chest.
Chest Desk. Table. Floor lamp.
Sisal rug. Automatic dryer, look look-cose.
cose. look-cose. Bar. Chairs. Can be seen
at 0777-D Williamson Place,
Balbea. Phone Balboa 1681.
FOR SALE: HI-FI, Mahogany
double bed. Sofa. Wringer wash washing
ing washing machine. Balbea 4491.
START AT TOP
EFFINGHAM, HI. (TJPI)Ma (TJPI)Ma-yor
yor (TJPI)Ma-yor Paul Taylor today advised
aspiring office-holders to start
right at the top and run for dog dog-catcher.
catcher. dog-catcher. The mayor's Job pays $800 a
year, the dogoateher's $1,200.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Wkite Fie.
New Orleans Service Arrive
yAQUE ..Teh. 1
MORAZAN Feb. 26
l'ULUA" Mar. 7
TfAQUE" Mar. 14
'MORAZAN" Mar. tl
Alee Handllnr rtefrlferated an I Chilled Cargo
New York Service
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to: New;
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco"
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER : FARES CROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA t
To New York And Return
To San Franclsee andor Seattle and Return
FOR SALE : Winter piano, good
condition, $300.00. Phone 1 1-2593.
2593. 1-2593. Mr. Martin..
FOR SALE: Centaflex IV. last last-act
act last-act model, Winchester, made! 50.
12 gauge. Mr. Arias, phone 2 2-0359,
0359, 2-0359, Panama.
FOR SALE: RELAXIRSIZER.
shortly used, leaving Panama,
call 3-4745 Panami. 46th Street
Ne. 8, Apt. 2.
FOR SALE: Piano, .Weaver.
Spinet with Heating unit and
bench $300.00; Refrigerator
Westinghouso, 9 cu. ft. New
meter, Rack rafinishad Porcelain
$80.00; Stroller metal, seed con condition
dition condition $500; Chile's rocker
with Tray $3.00; Child's Wooden
slat chir awing with chains $2. $2.-S0;
S0; $2.-S0; Playpen extra-large collap collapsible
sible collapsible $15.00; High chair, $2.00;
Toilet seat, telephone 2-S6I7,
house 805, Empire Street.
FOR SALIi lexes puppies,
A.K.C., t week eld. Pint Litter.
Navy 2341 er 2391.
FOR SALI: Male Boxer puppiee
AKC, $75.00. Navy 3501.
One hundred and twelve.pas-
sengers were booKed to sal,
Tuesday from New York for
Cristobal aboard the Panama
Liner Cristobal, according to the
advance passenger list. Thirty
two passengers were listed tor
Fire Canal employes are a-
mong the passengers bound for
Cristobal. They are Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth K. Atkinson and
three children; Mrs. Olympia
Crltides; Mr, and Mrs. William
E. Hall: Mr. and Mrs. losenh
Quintal and two children; and
Mr. ana Mrs. Fred v Souther
ATLANTA Feb. 20 TUPI) -The
South-eastern Jurisdiction of the
Methodist Church gained more
me the vast 14 Tear.
member than three sifta :1iiriv!
dictions in fee United jftiWi lutH
wg isne paw i yewrs-jy
The Southeast rained 466,618
members to give k a' total of
2,638,971. This was reported yes
leroay at me junsoicaon'f quaa
rennial 'convocation. t
Other large increases for the
jurisdiction were 6,401 pastoral
charges a gain of 1,862 and 4. 4.-687
687 4.-687 effective ministers, gain of
A oneour Lenten service is be
ine held nightly at the Trinity
Church, conducted by Elder Albert
McCarthy and Elder Campbell of
.. .Every (15) Days
FOR SALI-Ur SM and 1.000
meter, in the Nuevo Hipodreme
Urbanisation; acres the Rmen
Racetrack. AH Mt. witb atreet
front, Mwage, water mala and
electricity. Cal W. Mclamett.
FOR SALI-Ut 1.0M aeiiar
meter m the best location of
La Crest, airuatad between "V"
Street and new street, for infor information
mation information pleecall Tel. 2-2170
frem S a.m. to 12 neee and from
2 p.m. ta S p.m.
FOR SALI: Comer let, hestare hestare-ie,
ie, hestare-ie, Camptn Hill, near San An.
tenia Inn. Call Mr. Otvie I I-099.
099. I-099. FOR SALI : Fully furnished cot cottage
tage cottage 200 merer frem Gergone
each. Phone lalbea 4474.
Balhea Mncaet Leegv
' IPlrat Raundl
Taams Wan Lett
Canada Dry Hi Soots 52 36
Camel Winst(m:'Salem Wi ZlVt,
Grecha Music 50 38
Dillon HiCkmas 49Va 38H
Boyd Brothers 47 41
Bass Shoes 46V& 41V.
Ideal Bread 44 44
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 44 44
Turco Product! 42 46
Pascual Cookies 41 46Vi
Paper Mate Pens 38 50
Ebonite t 23 85
Men Leaduic averases Alvara
do 175. Nickisher 173, Rudy 170.
Ladie wadioi AverSfes Jiuay
150, MeUgerlsO, flores.leT.
Canaeta Bry Cee Crewa
With their bis I us, Set, Bruce
Hassler absent because of ex-
rariui It an van Ttm end with a
slim lead of only half point t'We t'We-tect
tect t'We-tect 'the Canada Dry iihad :their
work Jeut out. In the epener. the
Canada Dry had no "trouwe- in
snatchinr a point. The pesky Pas
euab Cookie, anxious to play role
of upsetters, took the middle game
te square the 'match. The last
same was a lulu, the soft drinkers
downing the pastries by one pin
and with that the Canada Dm s
sured themselves a spot in the
The winner of the next round
will tackle the Canada Drys for
the league championship. The big
hero was Canada Dry George
Metzger with 55 scratch and 603
hdep. Manny Fernander aided the
the cause with a $20 hdep. The
Pascuals who lost one game by
one pin, .and the TP by 26, had
four players in the 500 hdep' Joe
Bieber 531;$ Bob Blahey 538;
June Blaneyj 500, and Mim Smitb
Camel Winston Salem S Ibenile 1
Last week the Camel Winston
Salem were in third spot, and
they now are in the runnerup spot,
thanks a great te Lindy Lindert-
oerjt with a 534 scratch and
hdep. The CigarrQlos rolled to sn
easy win m the lid lifter. With.
pressure mounting the Camel
Winston Salems squeaked' in the
next game by five pins, but the
Ebonites, buried deep in the cel
lar, took the last gam for 'their
The three points gained by
Camels and Company meant
nau point edge over the third
place clubOiltside of Lindberg no
other cigarette was in Hie 500
pack. However the Ebonites,-' had
two, Burt Deveau and Mary Mo-
row, 501 and 509' hdep sets,
recha Music Store 4 Turce I
The Grecha Music Store, witb
the lowest handicap in the league
finished up with a bang, but vhe
bang was little too late because
their four came sweep put them
in third place two points off the
pace. The Grechas did accom accomplished
plished accomplished one thing which lootaer
team in the loop could do, and
that ft to shutout the Turco Sul
Don Rudy smacked 537 and Lou
Glud 507, both scratch, with the!
Leaving country Must sell very: well (furnished t
i bedroom apartment aireondttion hot water Very chea ka
' best residential section. Rent 190.08v ;vDeatsch No. t
v' 4ti 'Street.' ; 1 t
K-liniiaI Clerk thoroughly axnerleneed In thMtumenta
tion of air and ocean shipments and consular Invoices.';
Apply by letter enly giving; past employment reeerd.'"
. JlE.-IXPORTADORES, S. A.
Far (attar Hem Service, Alwayg
Rely m ;
Phen S-7C07 Panm, ierviee
from, fnOO' a-m. to 10:00 p.m.
-TV, Radios, HipFI Transher.
apecialist. We service all make
i and models. We don't pretend te
' suarantea eur werk. We guar guar-1
1 guar-1 ante ft. :
CRAWFORD AGINCIES. Try
Ave. 11-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Preteet yppr hem and prep prep-ty
ty prep-ty asamst imart d a a f v
Prompt scicntifr treatment en
emeriency f monthly buegot
bati. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 1-7977 ar Cola 1777.
rest f the Music Makers making
500 the hdep way: VI -Rudy 554,
uev Hauway bw, Heien tiua tot.
For the Turco Sultans, it was Pat
BaUey alt y herself with 511
aM Sheet S Dlllen Hickman 1
' Opening the proceedings only
half a point out of first plaee, the
Dillon Hickman Contractors dug
up the first win, but the founda
tion of the Dillon tuciunan
structure collapsed and with it
the D and H dropped from second
to fourth place. Seeing that the
Dillon dillies were off, the Bass
Shoes walked in and took the next
three blue ships by a eomfortable
I StrSSf 'I F-Vptt
The JOelschmsns, aim vat his
better half Elsa, helped them
selves to 521 hdep sets, but Jim
Catron, was the shining Bass Shoe
wun a.spaciLuas, sis uacp eviiee.
For the -ouatypointed unions. Boo
earns came through with flying
corwsr sri itw sm ans aacp,
and Trudi Garni helped, him with
500 hdep. -'
eyd rather 4
Pebet Slue Rlhbei er f
X this week's performance is a
prelude as te what the Boyd Bro
thers Insurance solicitor will do,
the rest of the league better be
The insurance penguine were
the hottest team on the lanes with
their three male members elick-
ine off 50 scratch. Paul Karat 534.
Ml Iidf ao5 5urljr Bateti44,
and in 'ihd handiftan divislotaie
Boyd Brother!' and Sisters ; were
specially rough, tfaul Karst- 90,
Anita Karst 522. Ginoy Deveaul
525, Mel Leidner 577 and Coach
The Victims' ef W reaslaugba 4JyleSwJrt
was uie : xstuet oiuti suuuwi new
aggregation. Dee Carter was? the
bead brewmaster with 610 serstch,;
and 570 hdep, his little-woman
Minne Carter 530 hdep and Lena
Burchette, vice proxy ei tha loop
with 512 hdep.
Pan Ideal 4 Paper Mete Pen I
The Ideal Breads panned them
selves to an four points when the
Paper Mate. Pens went dry, and
could not write any winning
markers. The curtain raiser was
very close,, only four stumps of
maple separating the two qum qum-tents.
tents. qum-tents. But After that the Ideal
Breads had an easy time, 'Char 'Charlie
lie 'Charlie Ehrenberg cut a 514 hdep loaf,
Smiling Jim Reccia warehoused
535 and Leila Freund forced off the
lanes 508 hdep. Only Paper, Mate
fen operaung sausiacioriiy was
Mildred Neely with 504 hdc.'.V :
,if. i'i 1 .i fci
Young Rusty Nail
UNION Cm?ym. (UPI) -ayde
Rusty Nail, 10 is making
periodic trips to the doctor's of office
fice office here to receive antitetanus
Rusty, eon ef Mrs. Kattdeen
Nail, stepped on a ruetf ui on
Colon, R. P.
WANTIbtajMri.,,.., Ml J
fluaf salesmen to eaH en inaW
tfial ymmmmt imumhttmim
bit plant. Excellent eppertuAlty.
Apply t A,M w, H.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 1709
WANTED TO BUY t W
model S7 j5l,.a.h. Call Ra.
tape, telethenf 1-4095, Pane-
a City. ''
VANTIBYO RENT Furnhm Furnhm-d
d Furnhm-d spertmenf er chalet, 2 bad.
room, euiet location. Phone
Wt 4wlna nffi hours,
Ei York; re. m mm J
Stocks advanced further tedaj
with industrial shares approach!;
mg their all-ttma high set on Jan
The rise wad a eohtinuatSdn
a spurt of more than C nointa ii
the industrial section on active
AvJr ma i,,
-AjvTel and TeJ
v Wanted to Buy.
spe-'Tf ; r
- Beth Ste3i!
, BetfmgeJ JbrJ
;ciui!a jErr,i West
Crown Cortf and Seal
Cuban Veneiuelan OH
El Pass Natural Cas
,- rargo Cfl 4
4 FehnoniPef i
InU Teljfcnd Tel
signal m and ffae
f Studebakerpakard v
Texas Gulf Prods
US Rubber ;
Wheeling Steel 1 4
Beau Jack, "born Sidney Walker
t Augusta, Ga., Was the shoe
shine boy wno rrequenuy lurte
capacity crowds -. to- Mad i son
Square careen in mg neyaay aa
a, lightweight boxer; In 1943. he
defeated both Fritzie Zivic and
Henrv Armstronsr and on his see
ond or won ue new Yorr vr
sion of the world lifihtweisht litis
by out-pointing BoVy Montgomery
The; next year he lost to Mont.
gomeryi ui nght Irecognized world
wide ,ar for the lightweight title.
On. the downgrade', Jack was fat fattened
tened fattened by Ik .Williams in sis
rounds id a 19a title fight and la
isaa 4 ne iinauy causa it auiis
after William knocked him out ia
nine in his home town of Augusta,
'Whatever happened te Beaa
Jack? He hai gone back into the
shoeshine business with the boot
black concession at a big hots at
Miami Beach, nay
FRIDAY, rCBSVAKT 2, 1958
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CQMPltTE COMFORT AND ECONOMY
4 DOORS 40 MM
FRANCE MOTORS, INC.
26th St. ot Cuba Ave
AFOVfA S PANAMA AWA YS
Ttxity't JV Pfogf"1
. 46.00 i
3:00 CFN NtW
I W Dlnh ShAr.
S 30 Art Lbo Show
4:00 MMt t)M Pra
4:30 Mr. Wlair-
7:00 Sltvt Cunyon
T:S You BM Your
1:00 Country AmrieB
1:00 Bob Cummlri
11:00 CfN NEWS
11:18 Frl. Nljht
Dressed to Kill
Courteijr of AereriM Pnma Alrw
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1 0573-1 6983-1 6tl
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to f..,f,
t(, (r v- """i
Tkters Try in g '5 jo
Read 'sfory; on page ;6;
Ike Has Fun
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riipncp of 5000 people at the Beam stadium on AiuruoK md mo. uj6u.. 1Uc uanuo
GACULe Ul JUVU r r , -..! A nVilnVi nnimroH nlairinrr An or a or omi-T.T
.... of Albrook was the last stop
win raVital rities in Central and South Amenc a, including Panama, vol. ueorge s. iiowara,
H&nSthi other 65 members of the band departed for Boiling AFB, Washington, .early
Living Costs Creep Up Slightly In January;
Officials Predict Prices Will Remain Stable
. Acumr-rnN Feb. 20-.UPI)-
Living cosis tHT
In January out ""ernment
the all-time high, the govern I
"ffiK Pri for beef, veal and
nnultrv outweighed decreases for
fruits Vrk, coffee eggs and
milk, resulting in a slight overall
VSfiJ&'wA said its
cmerprice'index based on
1947-49 price average as 100, edgea
S one tenth of one percent from
The January index reading ot
mi was Deiow uic ---pfsted
last July and again in No-
Veov.rnm.nt official, h.v. s.id
vin, cost, now .r. r.l.l.v.W
.t.blo .nd will continue to how
stability In tho coming month,.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tts 24
tours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
,bL Balboa Cristobal
HlRb 8 'J
tow 69 1S
High H 88
' (max. mph.) N-2 NE-22
RAIN (inches)O 0
pinner harbors) 79 80
Gatun Lake 84.63
Madden Dam 243.33
ATURDAY FEB. 21
8:30 a.m 1.4 ft.
TODAY! .75 .40
F00, 2:25, 4:30, 6:40, 8:55 P.M.
KtST IMMATIC MOTION PICTURE!
X deeply moving story of a
truly remarkable family and
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CO T-MWWW M
IFF TOM TOMMY KIRK" KEVIN CORCORAN,
KffRLI WASHBURN CHUCK CONNORS
ijrs-4iJi y;.. -'ski
the United Stat es Air Force band
on wie miin nuicmou wi... "vu w-..Bw--
In the past nine months, living I
costs have fluctuated wiuun range
. fe th of one per cent.
Ewan Clagire, the government's
be one Drice expert, said this
"the longest period ot narrow
stability" o fthe 19 years in which
the government has been making
its monthly price report.
The department also reported
that take home pay "of factory
workers hit an alUime high for
January and showed the first
improvement from year-go lev levels
els levels since July, 1957.
A factory worker with three de
pendents took home $78.70 Mast
month, compared to a year
Ends Exile, Plans
Return To Cyprus
t Awnow Feb. 2u (tJPI)
Archbishop Makarifs prepared
today to return to Cyprus to
end his two years of exile and
probably V become ine nr..i
President oi tne ww-u .cwi.o.
Thousands, of. Greek uypnots
flooaidsSe streets of the island
viiino-ps vesterdav to hail the
initiallinc: oi tne inpwuw -greement
freeing Cyprus, but
most Cypriots awaited Maka
rios' return before ceieDraung.
Terms of the agreement sign
ed by the Prime Ministers of
Greece, Turkey and Britain were
withheld until Monday when
they will be released in the cap
itals of the nations invoivea.
Informed diplomatic sources
said Cyprus would be an inde independent
pendent independent nation in from nine
months to a year and that one
of the first acts of the new
republic would be to seek Amer
ican foreign aid. lney said tne
island also would request mem
bership in NATO.
Reports indicated Britr.n al already;,
ready;, already;, was taking steps to free
the 36 Greek cypriot EOKA un underground
derground underground prisoners held in
Ensrland and the more than
1,000 EOKA prisoners serving
minor sentences in detention
camps on Cyprus.
In addition, Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan pledged
speedy return to the Island of
nil optical exiles.
I w. -, i
A GROUP OF CANAL: ZONE SCHOOL TEACHERS who attenled the Latin American Teachers Summer Institute at Paraiso High School this week, are shown shown-at
at shown-at Paraiso after completing a week of conferences and lectures. Most of them art teachers who have been employed in the Canal- Zone schools for the past year
,W two. 1 ( !' , .,
entertained an estimated au-
fv,(. ml-- 1 nanvm.
(Official USAF Photo)
earlier. But January take-home
pay was less man in jjecemper
because of a seasonal cutback in
hours and because, of the Jan. 1.
increase in social security taxes.
The price report meant a pen-ny-an-hour
increase for 82,000
aircraft workers. There was no
change in the wages of 1,250,000
auto workers, however.
Clague predicted that the com coming
ing coming month would see no change in
the recent pattern of stability. The
price index he said, will be "up a
tenth, down a tenth."
Dalles To Face
X-Ray To Arrest
Spread Oi Cancer
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 (UPI)
.Tnhn Foster Dulles will be
wheeled through a one-ton lead
door today to iac massive a a-ray
ray a-ray therapy that could stop the
spread of his abdominal can cancer.
cer. cancer. On the outcome of the treat treatment
ment treatment from Walter Reed Army
Hospital's million-volt X-ray
machine hjnged Dulles' future
aciiviuiea a irc-
XTr, "pure1' .s O.
No "cure" is considered proD-
able. Rather, physicians were
hopeful the radiation therapy
which begins today could arrest
If the cancer discovered
rhirincr a "successful" hernia
nneratlon last .Friday can be
alleviated, Dulles Is expected to
return to his duties.
Dulles' cancer is on part of
the intestine involved in his
hernia. It is glandular in na
Cancer authorities said such
a malady generally requires
three to six weeks of treatment.
It was expected the 70-year-old
cabinet member would spend
several minutes a day, four or
five days a week, in front of
the X-rav machine
He will be bombarded by ray?
directed from a huge instru instrument
ment instrument suspended from the ceil ceiling
ing ceiling in a concrete-wallfed room
at the spTawllng medcial cen center.
ter. center. The lead door is one of the
many precautions taken to pre
vent the rays from escaping the
ACAPULCO. Mexico. Feb. 20
-Ttpti President Eisenhower
and Mexicaa-American relations
thrived today orf.a lavish diet
of "amistad" the Spanish word
lor friendship emDiazonea. ou
trees, light poles and the roof rooftops
tops rooftops of small native homes here.
Seldom has Eisenhower been
nioQH hv his reception
to a foreigncountry as he start
ed the second day oi nis wnyi wnyi-wind
wind wnyi-wind visit to this Mexican Ri Riviera
viera Riviera as the guest of President
Adolf 6 Lopez Mateos.
The serious sine vi iucu
conversations dealin w 1th
euch weighty Items as the
United States import quotas
on lead, zinc and coffee, and
possible American financing of
the new Diablo dam on the
Bio Grande were necessary ad adjuncts
juncts adjuncts of diplomacy.
Rut. what seemed to please
Elsenhower more was the ge
nuinely enthusiatic reception he
received every time ne ventured
out of his palatial temporary
White House beside the Pacific
Ocean at the Pierre Marques
Last night, going to and com coming
ing coming from dinner in downtown
Acapulco, Eisenhower drove
through the streets of a native
shopping district far off the u u-sual
sual u-sual tourist paths. The Mexi Mexicans
cans Mexicans poured out of their homes,
shops and cantinas in such
whooping welcome that the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower procession slowed to a
Tonight Lopez Mateos will
entertain Eisenhower at the
Club de Esquis, a restaurant
beside Acapulco Bay where the
chief entertainment at dinner
Is water skiing: by same of the
finer experts of the Western
As much as Eisenhower was
enjoying himself, he still plan planned
ned planned to fly back to the United
States Jate tonight after dinner.
He was expected to take off in
the big Columbine ni between
10, and 11 p.m.
hi Zoiig Hditors
Monday will be observed as
an official holiday In the Canal
Zone since Washington's Birth
day faUs on Sunday this year.
All offices will be closed and
only those essential operations
will continue as normal or on
As a result of the Monday
holiday, the Margarita retail
store will open next Tuesday,
the normal closing, and will be
closed all day Wednesday, reD.
25, according to an announce
ment bv the Supply Division.
The weekly schedule of the
Margarita store will be the only
change required for the retail
stores next week.
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) Tr.
Tomas Alberto le Breton, Argen Argentine
tine Argentine statesman and diplomat, died
Tuesday night at the age of 90.
Le Breton played am active role
in the revolution of 1890 which
installed the radical party in
power, and through the period
that saw Argentina's emergence
as a leading South Americn na nation
tion nation before the turn of tht century.
BREWERY MANAGER Alfredo Aleman (right) Informs members of the Rainbow City Civic CouncU of the success ot Balboal'!'
Beer sales In the United States'during the Atlantic sic council's visit to the National Brewery's million-dollar plant on thSr ''
Trans-Isthmian Highway. Thegroup was greeted on their arrival by George, Dilfer and taken on a tour of the brewing arid bot-.:
tllng departments by Mauro Pardo and R..Midence. After a brief welcoming speech by Aleman, the councilfaien relreriied them-' ,:
selves with beer in the brewery's air-conditioned lounge. I
LatAm Teacheri Finish
Summer Institute Study
Fifty-three teachers employed in
the Latin American schools in the
Canal Zone have completed a week
of discussion sessions held at the
Latin American Teachers Summer
The sessions held Monday
through today, were attended by
43 regular teachers and 10 substi substitute
tute substitute teachers. The institute was
held at the Paraiso High School.
Although the institute is mainly
for teachers who were employed
within the last year or two, it was
also open for others who wished
Problems considered at the ins
titute were general methods of
teaching, including methods in
special areas, motivation of pupus,
preparation of assignments and
lesson plans, and the technique of
Members of the institute includ
ed Walter Oliver, supervisor of
Spanish; Alfred Osborne, supervi
sor of Latin American scnoois; le le-mistocles
mistocles le-mistocles Cespedes, consultant to
Latin American Schools; Miss Yo Yo-landa
landa Yo-landa Madrigales and Miss Nidai
Avila, traveling Spanish teachers;
and Miss Pearline Carter, principal
of the Paraiso Elementary and
Junior High Schools.
Most members of the teaching
staff of the Latin American schools
plan to attend the summer session
at the University of Panama which
At Coco Solo
A change in several important
telephone numbers at Coco Solo
Hospital has been announced by
the Health Bureau.
Some of the most important
changes are as follows:
Appointment telephone, from 3
2128 to 36-255; superintendent, from
3-1746 to 36-255; administrative of officer,
ficer, officer, from 3-1765 to 36-742; main
tenance shop, from 3-1963 to 36-295;
nurses quarters, from 3-1784 to 36-
364; central supply, from 3-1797 to
36-466; dietetic, from 3-1208 to 36 36-408.
408. 36-408. There has been no change in the
information number which remains
is in session from Feb. 23 to April
22. i r
The Latin American schools will
reopen May 4.
Army Troops Patrol
West African City
To Quell Rioting
BRAZZAVILLE, Congo Iepub-
lic, Feb. 20 (UPI) French
army tanks and truckloads of
Neero trooos patro 1 e d the
shantvtnwn outskirts- of this
West African city today, ready
to ctush any new outbreak of
bloodv tribal wariare.
Murderous rioting between
rival African Nationalist faC'
tions broke out earlier this week
spreading dfeath and destruc
tion m tne squaiia suomus -vi
Poto-Poto and Bacango.
.Police put the toll for three
days of fighting at 52 dead
and about lu injured, an oi
them Nesro Africans. Unofficial
sources estimate dthe death toll
at "more than 70'
The European center of the
city capital of what was once
a French colony and, is now the
two-month-old Congo Repub Republic
lic Republic has been untouched by
the rioting, although shops and
public services have been vir
tually .closed down lor iacK oi
The warfare has been strict strictly
ly strictly Negro against Negrb.
March Is Month
For Red Cross
Gov. w. E. Potter has called
attention to a proclamation is issued
sued issued recently by President
Eisenhower in which March
1959 is designated as Red Cross
The President's proclamation
urges all Americans "to honor
the Red Cross during that
month by' fully supporting It' as
a channel of charitable concern
for their neighbors in need."
Whites Boycott Va. Schools,
New Battles Loom In Courts
RICHMOND, Va., Teb. 20--(UPD
Virginia's integration cri crisis
sis crisis shifted today from a boycotted
school to the courts and the state
Warren County High in Front
Royal, which reopened Wednesday
to admit 22 Negroes, began its sec
ond full day of classes for them.
The county s 800 white students
were still attending private "facili "facilities,
ties, "facilities, leaving the Negroes to them themselves
selves themselves in the 30-classroom building building-Two
Two building-Two other cities, Richmond and
Newport News, go into federal
courts next month to argue against
desegregation suits, while a third,
Charlottesville, awaits approval of
its voluntary integration plan.
It would be next September,
however, before Negroes could en enter
ter enter public! schools in any other Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia city. ,
Bui Has Pneumonia
FT. BRAGG, N.C., Feb. 20
(UPI) General of the Army
George C Marshall, battling a-
gainst spreading pneumonia
and the effects of two strokes,
was .slightly improved today but
still in serious condition.
Doctors at the Army's Wo-
mack General Hospital here
said late yesterday that the 78
year-old soldier-statesman had
rallied slightly during the day
but they warned against "over "over-optimism"
optimism" "over-optimism" regarding his condi
Col. George Powell, the hos
oital's chief of medicine, had
said earliet yesterday that the
spread of pneumonia was com
plicating treatment of Marshall
for the second stroke he had
suffered within a month, i
Powell said later, however,
that the pneumonia had not
increased during the General's
"very restful day," most of
which he sDent sleeDine.
But when he was awake, he
seemed to be mdre alert than
he has been in the last 36
hours, Powell said.. He added
that Marshall's blood pressure
ana pulse were stable. He said
it was "hard to determine"
whether Marshall was having
speech difficulty because of the
small amount of talking he has
In CZ Must
Owners of motor vehicles
registered in the Canal Zone
are being reminded that they
have only a weekV in which to
have their cars tested for' op operation
eration operation durimr tho nnlcnHo.
yar iaa. (
"!i ear ---- v'vuun
Inspection of privatelv-ownprf
cars in the CanaL zone, which
was ssariea Jan. v, will be con continued
tinued continued at the lotor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division earaerea
and Cristobal until Friday, Feb.
a The annual Inspection of mo motor
tor motor vehicles is required for all
privately-owned cars which. -are
licensed to nnnrnt-i in-, ., -ir,
nal Zone. j
BLAMES UNITED STATES
Premier Ferenc M u e n n I c h
charged in Parliament Wednesday
that the United Statp. wan reannn-
sible for the "abnormal" A rela.
tions existing between thn Iwn na
tions. Muennlch, however,.' made
no mention ; of the retaliatory
measures Communist'; .Hungary
had announced previously it would
take against the United Stated ha-
j cause of the "abnormal situatioa".
Four localities have chmnHMt
with federal court orrlern tn aHmil.
Negroes to their white publi4"
schools. Arlington, Norfolk and At
exandria quietly enrolled 30
f-cviuuaijr-wuiits classes, t
Rural Warren Counts j wherll
sentiment against integration wat wat-much
much wat-much tronger,4 agreed to rkpei
its only high school tn thn Nperrni.
but not j a single white student
showed up to enroO, i ; ,, ;
Warren officials said tiey were
virtually certain now that no whitfc
students would come to register at
the million-dollar high school
closed last Sept. 12 under Virginia';
"massive resistance" laws, novrl
stricken by court action. '
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