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HAVANA, Teb.-34 CDpO
About- 1000- Florida vtouriste
io open the city's bargato-rate
Ur.. .TT. . tniir Authorities
here hope ak lease lour, times
that Set will be n Hand
double room open tot J
who Cake advantage of th.
v;. ria.vK'Ufree., loading
and entertainment, oflflnwdiW
teyive-the staUed tort trade.
tn,Tr oten to any traveler
i morlda area, cover
the round-trip air fare, Jwtel
tour t ijavajja,a-reet...car-nival,
water ahow,' mgnb wu
formances and open-air con-
"oiflctab of the touri&t bu bureau
reau bureau and the hotel association
predict i eUouf to-tto-ttiM
w "'"'-ih 4ft
ed a an observance of the
The tour is obkiuj
; V SEOUwiorMtOTI)' 'Pre.
',.dent Syngman Ehee yesterday n
-j .,.,.nincf ton military
command shake-up involving- 14
; generals and. admirals in uns
an. army "division commander byj
a guDoruumtw A j, 41..
tv. rum anitfnments -followed TJie
resignations pf National Defense
Minister fiara nuu m v.v.
Paik'Sun Yup, army cmet of
staff. Their- aides said they quit
to assume "moral responsibiUty
for the siaymg oi wfc.au
Chul, 28th piywion: onrmander,i
by a coloneL ., r''f:.,t;r v',,
w- ... r n l.'ih 'niinn
4 Die In" Crash
Of Private Plane
" RIDGEFIfiLD, Conn, (TJPI)-A
private plane trashed nd burned
on 'pine mountain yesterday short shortly
ly shortly after takeoff from the' Danbury,
Conn., Airport. All four persons
State police identified tne.j.vic tne.j.vic-tims
tims tne.j.vic-tims lis Eugene Brandon, 32, the
pilot; Emerson Smith, 44,. and ms
son, Joseph,. 'W; and David
Sprague,-15i a relative ot the
Smiths,' all tof Patterson, N.Y.
i EngiheersPjesent Students
Iri GFN Math Quiz Tomorrow
Th Canal Zone eocietyv of
Wnfstnnnl Vjicrlneers. as dart
of Engineers: eek activities,
will sponsor ft television pro program
gram program featuring two-; teams of
highachool students who will
compete m iMwewug quEsuuiu
on 'science' 'and mathematics.
The -oroeram will be televised
at 7:30 to JtP-ni. tomorrow over
CFN-TV. i i '
Contestants have been" chosen
from Balbo and Cristobal High
Schools. Each team wlil consist
of two Balboa and one Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High Bchool seniors; VThe.
r-nntstants are David Browne,
Qraham Gross, Carlos Klamco
and Martha Miller of Balboa
High School and Phil Judson
and Karen: coatcw istuui
mom HcntxH Mima, rJi5cuu
. . V,tM.j. .Mil
Charles1 Nlckerson- of "Balboa
High School will handle the
blackboard comnutatlons and
keep acorel- Kenneth' Vinton,
science instructor, Canal .' Zone
Junior College, will -conduct the
quiz. The judges -will be -. Tames
Pf au, science teacher,. Cristobal,
High School; Lyle Roush, ma mathematics
thematics mathematics teacher, Cristobal
High School; Lester Hummel,
mathematics teacher, Balboa
Highf School;? Dewitt Myers, sci science
ence science teacher,. t Balboa f High
SchooL '.; :,":r v- r-'".
The 1 Judges prepared the
questions and. will select the in individual
dividual individual winner who will receive
. a prize. Each contestant will
also-receive, a prize, donated bv
toe .Canal JSone Society pf Tfo
annlversarv of the Cuban UP
rising, against Spain which led
eventuaiirio Wis counwy s -in'
On the other side of the news
from" Hajsana, executions con
' Lt Col. Luis H. Grab, Cuba'i
!.... ..Imlnnl VTn. 4 folb Vlt,
lorei the aunsjBf firing squad
&x thcdor, moat,3D(f the Cabana
jortr ess-pr jsok nereL jus neiore
midnight :iasf igmi; was n
' Gran was the last of the
three army officers described
an rhiha'e nrlnnlna 1 ami -rlrni
nals to lace, the ilfles W "re
volutionary justice." Ma). Jesus
Sosa' Blanco and Capt. Pedro
Morelon Valdes were executed
earlier this year.
An estimated 323 lesser war
criminals' have been shot, eight
of them yesterday six sol
diers in. Pinar-del Bio and two
policemen in-the Cabana prison.
Four of the ."soldiers, following
4 an example- set uy eosa,
Wntnm,fl,n,,. & their
It was announced that the
newsmen's association of Hava
na province has barred ousted
ex-president Fulgencio Batsita
and other leaders of his regime
from tyrrtiiotfeii t ,he;.irtt ,he;.irtt-feasiontof
feasiontof ,he;.irtt-feasiontof journailsm, f
So far as i known, none of
tne men- disciplined ly the
newsmen' -association Is now in
yuoa. v. 3
'-'f ." .'.J1, '!. '..m,i.', "in i iimf;.
In Joviline Accident
APanamahian' seaman employed
by the Panama. Canal Navigation
Division war injured Sunday by a
steel towline while the vessel on
which he worked was leaving the
Koaouo KicKens, 38, was em
ployed at the time aboard the
Peter "Nielsen during its south
bound transit "of the Canal.; :
v As. the Nielsen started to leave
the GatunXbck"a towing "cable
being reeled to shore fouled on a
ventilator. Ricketts attempted to
free the cable but while handling
it sudden tension tightened the ca
ble. cutting off the tins of the in
dex and middle fingers of his right
He was taken by ambulances- to
Coco Solo Hospital where his con
dition is satisfactory.
fesslonal" Engineers'. The win
ner will : be determined on the
basis of the highest number of
points scored, determined by
the Judges- N
r jThree of thes contestants ahd
one of the scorekeepers are lo
cal products.pavid Browne and
Martha Miner were oorn in An An-con,
con, An-con, and Ckrlos Klamco and
Mima' Pierce were born in Pan Panama.;.
ama.;. Panama.;. Graham Gross is from
Goldsboro. N.C.: Charles Nlck
erson is from. .McMlnnville,
Tenn.; Phil Judson was born in
Palo ltb.Calif.;; and Karen
CoaW "was. born in Westervllle,
- All but two of the boys and
girls. comvfrom homes .where
the lather lav: cither" an engi
neer or f connected, with engi
neering. David; Carlos,' Martha
and Phil expecf to make engi engineering,
neering, engineering, their life'a work. Gra Graham
ham Graham wants to study chemistry:
Mima would like to be a sci
ence teacher; Charles; wants to
be in the field of medicine or
science research, ; and Karen
nopes to study nursing.
All the contestants not onlv
have attained high scholastic
records, but have done so while
being, busily .engaged in many
extra currlcular activities t such,
as members or officers of the
Honor Society. Drama Socletv.
k. iv v., iioys estate, student
council, .orcnestra, band,. Girls
state, cheerleaders. Chess Club.
science ciud, Matnematic Hon-
or society and many other. ;
NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (UPI),
A federal judge today refused
to dismiss ra suit brought by
Liberian and Panamanian tank
er operators "Who. charged two
maritime unions with violating
the s U. anti-trust laws by
picketing and boycotting ; their
ships to American ports
.The suit filed last all named
Joseph. Curran, president of the
National Maritime Union, and
Joseph Algina, seaman's Inter
national Union head, as de defendants,
fendants, defendants, v , -.r( k $f. ;
. Last November the ship op-1
erators failed to get a tent t
porary injunction which Would
have prevented: the anion
from conducting planned,
five-day boycott last Decern-
Federal -Judge Frederick Van
Pelt Bryan,; was asked today., to
dismiss the ship owner's v suit
because they had -been unsuc
cessful in the injunction plea.
The judge in a memorandum.
said that although the unions
successfully resisted that ln-
J unction, they are; not entitled
summary judgment without
a trial. c.-- -
The clash betweeii fM wnlAn
and the owners waa termed an
important and far reaching"
case by the Judee. H nAAA
that the : numerous Issues of
rajsea ov ootn aide r.
quires a trial Novate was set.
a." "nU; owneri charged
. that the union Klnr in rm.
mr '? "Pn eoeiation-- are en-
'n.m -wspirae t re
train by boycott and. "picket
ingctivitiesthe foreign com
merc oflth VnitM c
. J,0-11 motion to dismiss, the
Union had Claimed -that the
S2uulacJ5ed Jurisdiction and
SSlfS? bX th Nationaf
-" ciauujj uoaro-'
Hew Stellar Object
'Never Seen Befsre'
uv.iuuaa someinmg new
in the skies. They think tt might
tea i "neutron, star" wiehin
miMions of tons toi square
'Whatever they've LJbuno, ithe
scientists say it appears.fe. be "a
new steUar object" of -a kind
never beforn nhaomait
They are now aiminV radio tel-
covuhcb m m airecuon to try to
f"-" oisnnis ll um we nnt Bate
escopes in Tits dirpotw w
""""" .uy-iw explosion, wmen
, """iBume oetweeff' Au Au-L195
L195 Au-L195 fn November of
1958 v The explosion Wat s photo photographed
graphed photographed during that Interval but
ueiween last INOvemhor -n. Tin
12 this -year it disa mwinZ w
telescopic view. ...-.-1'.'-,--i-.
- Dr. Fritz ZwirW !,;. r-is
fornia Institute of TphnAWr: h..
Ficu.tlcu we existence of neutron
Diais uui none nas ever been
observed before. H thnni,aA Umt
forces of contraction i some dy dying
ing dying stars ubecomes so greats the
atom are crushed to, the dimen dimensions
sions dimensions of their, nuclei., f i
' neuton star, atoms lose
nearly all of their volnm. hut
tain all of their mass. This nu
Clear matter would 'vmisi, an' vha
order of 100 million tons per cubic
& Df eaIfr? Kefler -of the
uucu cvunaauon esu-
A kind of rfvih for Biw
white dwarf which attains densi densities
ties densities ol io to 20 tons or more per
"- lammar to astrono astronomers.
mers. astronomers. But white dwarfs. r.fliiffv
compared to a neutron star, n
' r-Mr:-BTfn '' -- 1
Army To Conduct.
In Civil Defense
!The tf.S. Army Caribbean Che Chemical.
mical. Chemical. Bioloeicsjl.. Radioloaical
School will conduct its annual
refresher course for key person personnel
nel personnel of the Panama Canal Civil
Defense organization oh February
24 and 25, VA, .".Ur ji'l
It will be an-eight-hour course.
and approximately ,40 individuals
will attend.r. fv'v- V.i H-h'?ri
Emphasis will be placed on hew
developments m radiological sur survey
vey survey work.' x v rvA. ri
The USARCAR1B CBR School is
Dart of the Chemical Section which
is headed fy CoL Joseph t. Es Es-ciide.
ciide. Es-ciide. if;.'-: -.v j j. wKtfSi':;
NEW 'TREASURER --- Businessmen Modesto Avila (seated) takes
treasury in jene presence or six auaitors'oi tne uompwouer uenerai s oince wno are conduct conducting
ing conducting an audit of citv funds. Avlla was named bv the-newly-aPDOlnted Citv Council last niirht tn
replace City Treasurer Victor;
Panama City Treasurer Victor
D'Anello vowed today to fight hit
suspension from office last night,
by the newly-appointed City Couiv
. The council woted -8 to' 5 toweled
hlodeate, Ayil..a ..,P,ai nuu-xt3r
store -.-.proprietor, mumeipa J.1
4 Agencies' Launch CZ Drive
Forr I nternational Crusades
The- Federal- Service Joint
national voluntary agencies and
underway throughout the Canal
Durinr the six-week period
simultaneous fund raisinr campaign is being conducted by the
Army, Navy. Air Force, and Panama, Canal organization! for the
support of the Canal Zone Chapter of the National Tuberculosis
Association and for the .three
agencies dedicated to human Welfare overseas: CARE (Food
Crusade For Freedom (Radio Free Europe), and American-Korean
Foundation (Strengthen Free Korea).
Some 200 keymen in th military
units- and approximately 500 key key-men
men key-men of the Panama Canal organi
zation ;WiU, Iconduct ftevettrthe-iob
nlir-itation- -coooeratinc. in distrib
uting literature and individual gift
envelopes and m collecting. worn
personnel their voluntary, cjsh
donations m-ieaicu ciu"-
"RH un. Milton- li.' Ogden.
USARCARIB deputy ommanding
generaV-and Ui Gov. Jonp- v. Jc-
Elheny cnairman w inevuv inevuv-r
r inevuv-r mmcii For VoluntarT-XJiving,
VI o.-ww -- ....
are heading the federal crusaae in
the Canal;Zone's muitary,f ana ci-
vflian communittes; ;, respecuveiy,
tion of material to iieymenv in including
cluding including a message fron President
Eisenhower wno .. mi
"Oor tupporr or mn ww
direct evidence to-lhe.sweples' ef :
the world of eor personal inter interest
est interest In their hopes and 'welfare
. .Knowing the greet needs and
capabilities ef hSese voluntary
geneles, l am sure federal and
military personnel will again rt rt-spend
spend rt-spend ., to their annual appeals
with tenero'ty" 1
"TjipriU no auotas are ftelng set
for agencies participating Sin the
campaign and no payrolli tdeduc tdeduc-Mne
Mne tdeduc-Mne made. All' guts will
be in the form of cash of check.
The active corps of voluntary Key
mn are resnonsible for distribu
tion of thejsrusade materials to
personnel m tne pii wrc
sent. I-ater, iteymen wn coiieci
.11 nf the seated enveloDCt distrib
uted, one to each employe for the
international voluntary t eences
and another -envelope yfor' the Tu Tuberculosis
berculosis Tuberculosis Association. The anony anonymity
mity anonymity of the donors will 'be strictly
preserved since the sealed envel envelopes
opes envelopes will be forwarded.! to Jocal
banks where they will h '-oftened
and the "amounts contained in the
envelopes denoslted to the account
of the participating agencies
As the crusade entered Rs first
Week yesterday, Dr: Daniel J. Pa Pa-olucci,
olucci, Pa-olucci, oresident of the .voluntary
Canal Zone Tuberculosis Associa Association
tion Association Board, Pointed out 'that' the
extent of activities of this organi organization
zation organization during the coming year is
deoendent uoon the financial sun sun-nort
nort sun-nort realized in -the current con-'
sollriated on-the-job solicitation.
"Because ef commitment with
tho National Asiclatn.7
said, "thp Canal Zone Twbereole-
D'Anello, who haa.said'toe- will fight his suspension.:
Treasurer; after voting D'Anello's
' Meanwhile, a inter-party battle
is reported to be underway in the
National Patriotic Coalition (CPN)
over the appointment" ot a, sew
PanamalCity JtayuT, f X,.i.-B(iunieipaJ -pawhic)i opposed
InfowBied" ewireeaaitl tiMh-BOstlthaCP intt Wity
' k" I J
Crusade to behalf--of three Inter
one national health agency gets
Zone community this week.
from Feb. 23 through April 4 a
qualified voluntary .' American
sis organization did not particl
pto In the United Fund cam
pStgn end did not sponsor Its
1 annual Seal Sale at Christmas
time, waiting to join the current
crusade, as approved "by the
! White House- for fund-raising In
the federal establishment. Seals
were provided In the Canal Zone
at Christmas but were given a a-way
way a-way at no charge.
'"While only six per cent of the
local organization's receipts go to
the National Association, board
members in the Canal Zone have
expressed a desire to continue the
Tuberculosis program- on a basis
whereby there will be active snp snp-oort
oort snp-oort of the national effort In the
fields of education and research."
Meanwhile;: George Kiner: local
chairman for the three interna international
tional international voluntary agencies, express
ed appreciation for the splendid
cooperation received trom military
and civilian personnel last year
and urged continued support to
help maintain the work of the
three private charities abroad as
they meet the challenge of disease,
poverty, and ignorance in a way way-no
no way-no governments can:
Congressmen Can Print
By FRANK KLIAZER i
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ray
mond Brewster, editor of the
Huntington, W. Vs.,' Herald Dis'
patch, saw fit- recently to com
plain tnat nis congressman, nep.
Ken Hechler (D-W Vs.), was"
wasting the taxpayers money, ,'
He noted editorially that Hech
ler, a freshman, already had dis discovered
covered discovered the appendix of the "Con
gressional Record at a cost' which
he estimated so far at $200 and
with prospecti of worse to come.
The Congressional Record is
Congress' daily newspaper, It is
great reading but you can't al always'
ways' always' believe what you see. By
ind large it can be said that the
body of me Record tells what
happens in Congress and the ap appendix
pendix appendix tells what doesn't. ;; .'!; ;
ine appenaix is, wnere nousc
and Senate members print
speeches they d.dn't deliver, Asa,
letters from home, poetry. ,recl-
pes, ana jusr sdoui anymiag eise
that Will go through the mails,
possessionof the -Panama City
had been offered to Heliodoro ,(Lo ,(Lo-lito)
lito) ,(Lo-lito) Patifio, a close friend of Pres
ident de la Guardia, but there is
some opposition to Patifio on the
grounds that he is not a member
of the; CPN PatlflQ is the leader of
ttsf night, members ef the
group which took possession,1 ef
Cify Hall and field It for three
days lest wtok While electing a
council of their wn held a well well-attended
attended well-attended mess miNg at Santa
The speakers Included attorney
uuuiermo juarauez Bnceno. nresi
dent of the "Revolutionardy Muni-
cipavjunta" who. was the last one
to leave the Cityj Hall when the
National Guard iwas ordered to
clear the area following the an-
pointment of a new city council by
uuv., uae jar scaia.
In addition to explaining their
conduct during, the three-day occu occupation
pation occupation of City Hall, the speakers
generally Hayed Ramon Pereira
whose beating la sfc Wednesday had
set off the chain of events which
led to the occupation of the muni municipal
cipal municipal building, for having deserted
me movement when .the National
Guard; was called out.
The 'council appointed by the
Governor wae branded ax illpoai
by most of the speakers, some of
Whom also flayed the commanders
of the National Guard. PrAalHont
de la Guardia and, the CPN.
One speaker, Alvare Monendez
Prance, charged that U.S. mili military
tary military forces on the Canal Zone
spied on popular movements In
Panama and pressured the Na National
tional National Guard into taking action
to suppress "liberation move movements."
ments." movements." When he made the charee Men-
endez said he did not care whether
he was branded as a communist.
Other speakers at the" meeting
included Oscar-Navarro. Andres
Cantillo," Luis Raul Fernandez,
Floyd Britton and Miguel A. Mo Moreno
reno Moreno Gongora.
rie? to 10.
with the exception of pictures.
Hechler knew immediatey what
to do with Brewster's editorial.
He inserted it in the appendix of
the. Record, thus adding another
$82 or. so (the current cost per
tagt.of the Record) to a govern government
ment government printing bill that runs more
than 90 million dollars a year.
' Congress, with it record
($1,821,873 thi- year), its commit committee'
tee' committee' reports ($458,000) its franked
envelopes ($250,000 and that's
just to print 'em), and other such
items, accounts directly for about
It million dollars of this fat. print printing
ing printing .bill. -v. V- .-.Indirectly
.Indirectly .-.Indirectly Congress accounts
for- nobody knows how much
more. It seems that every time
a new Iaw is passed somebody
watts to stick in a line requiring
an annual report to Congress.
There' is no telling how many
thousands of government workers
spend their time making these re reports,
ports, reports, or even how many are
A House committee that looked
into this and other aspects of go
fVm On Pon
To Hand Over
MOSCQW..feb. 24 (UPI) Soviet Premier Nikihf
KhrushcheY today reiected the West's Infect nr.f
for a big four foreign ministers conference on Germany
Speaking dfte the first round oi his summit talks-wrtfr
British Prime Minister Harold Maemillan
said it would be "unbusinesslike" and
di?c.uss Germany; without
,ne also attackfdhe "entanglement iri a networJt?of
(preparatory) dipldmotic talks" which the Western. -pbw4
en suggested in notes to the Soviet government last'
answer .wrtMSseTaotes in a
speech before SaStocal political
rally in Moscow. Maemillan was
taking the day off from this
Summit talks which officially
Maemillan and Khrushchev
were knasuf.tdOiavS discussed
the; ;Gernaa Jitaiemkte .in their
prelinunryl lnftiriM'vr meetiet.
But fctere .wisnff ein cf
comprom.tr in Khrushchev's
blistering address this morning.
He stood firmly by his declar declared
ed declared intention to hand over con control
trol control of Berlin's lifelines to East
Mac mill an agreed : with
jairushchey .fyesxerday j to start
Itural treatv and annpnit
turai treaty and appealed to
the Russians to "combine for
peace- with the British.
After a lenjrthv workino-
slon of their Summit confer conference
ence conference in the Kremlin, the two
heads of government attended
a formal dinner in the British
embassy during, which tljey ex-
ir. niumai aesirea over
port, and chamnaene to live mn
Kecauirur the alliance, with
Russia during: World War tt
Three Plead Guilty
In Balboa Court
To Drunken Driving
The end of the three-day holidav
for Canal Zone employes brought
a rasn ot appearances In Balboa
Magistrate's Court today on drunk
en driving charges.
Three men appeared before
Judge John E.Deming to answer
the charge., Two are U.S. citizens
and the third is Panamanian.
Clarence W.' Grayson, 25, with
the U.S. Army, was arrested in
Ancon. He pleaded guilty to driv driving
ing driving without a valid license as well
as to the charge of; drunken driv-
mf,. ne wag iineq toiai ui
Joseph H." Castonguay. 46. U.S,
citizen employed by the army at
Curundu, was, arrested at 4th St.
in that community. He pleaded
guilty to drunken driving and was
fined $100. In addition his drivers
license waa suspended for one
yer- : : ...
The third man to plead guuty to
driving while intoxicated was a 25-year-old
Panamanian, Julio C. Es Es-quivel,
quivel, Es-quivel, who was arrested while
driving a truck along the Gaillard
Highway. He was fined $50 ana
sentenced to five days In jail.
ernment .printing a couple uf
years ago, with the idea of put;
ting the brakes on, finally threw
up its hands; The job was too big.
At the moment, the White House
is trying. "
Any day now House and Senate
Armed Services Committees will
get a fat, slick document on what
all was spent and done by the
Defense Department ';hr the 12
n,on(hs that enda last June. Ac
soon as they can find a place fot
it, the aomn.ittees will, file this
away, in case, a historian may
want to see it... Nobody else will,
because the ground ; already has
been covered J and more too, in
It costs $12C,000 a year to com compile
pile compile this report V. if one of 59
the White Huse has asked per permission
mission permission to drop. The ? Senate
Aimed Service s Committee,
though,, has already said np.
There are hopeful indications,
however, that the congressmen
may try Mb "Jet'; along without
some of the' others, r like the
monthly accounting of m-'lk drunk
Poland and Czechoslovakia
"When I reflect upon the
present situation in the world,?
I wonder whether we haver
not at least as great a com'
mon interest today.
"That common interest la
peace," he added. "Somehow,; in
spite of all those difficultiea
and obstacles, let us ombin
for peace." tW- '-..
MacnilHan said there was "a
use pretending" that East-West
relations have not deteriorated
since the war.
Khrushchev said in reply that
'it would be adisaster to -all
mankind if we did not do all
2Lu5!!!? OTlif prevents
' jifcMiawj-j -'i-BMri 11 ei4Sl'Jw?fr-
Given 12 Years
Silvestre Stoute. a C?alyps
singer known as "Two Gun
Smokey," today wrfs sentenced
to 12 years in prison by Second
Superior Court Justice Marco
Stoute had previously been
found guilty of the murder of
Henry Stewart Williams last
Sept. 8, in the Graham bar at
Stoute. who had been drink
ing at the time of tho crime,
claimed that he does not r.
member attacking anybody but
he was charged with plunging
a pair of scissors into Stewart,
a reportedly innocent by-stand-er,
after he was beaten up by
Jose M. Faunfles, the lawyer
who defended Stoute, hat ap appealed
pealed appealed the sentence.
In Curundu Area
Highway Crash :
Twe serious traffic accidents
one invelvina a Belbee High
School bus returning from Co Co-rondo
rondo Co-rondo with students, occurred
shortly after midday in the Cu
A bus end e three-quarter ten
pickup collided first. One driver
end several pupils were hurt.
One of twe ambulances dis dispatched
patched dispatched (rem Gorgat Hospital
turned ever en the wey back, in
luring the driver, a doctor and -one
ef the earlier accident vie
They See Fit
by the fellows at veterans hospi hospitals.
tals. hospitals. Meantime the presses and du duplicators
plicators duplicators and typewriters continue
to grind. recent count showed
the government using 270 million
pounds of paper each year. In ad addition
dition addition to the government printing
office, every agency has its owg
word mill on one scale ora
The Interna! Revenue Servics
insists however it is not true- a
has published g joke book. Fror
this sample one of the best ol
.he 60 or so stories the taxmes
have compiled it can be .con .concluded
cluded .concluded that .. thy are probaW
-ight: 1 'i
"A young woman visited, a. las
office for help in preparing hel
rbturn. She ar' she w.s not mar married.
ried. married. A moment or two later she
cla med as exemptions two chi
" 'Didn't you; say you were sin
ale'?" asked the ant.
" I smV' sh replied,
a girt make a mistake
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SINGLE WAGE RAISES
We read in the Mail Box and in your new column almost daily
about ih sadness of certain non US citizens because they got no
take or only a small one when the single wage became a reality, or
f&S I dflTiS. not a line about the emotions el .tho skWed
Srmed force, journeymen in some trades who got up to $1 an hour
faise out of the realignment of various scales into one.
" am these people, too. sad? Or unwilling to say a good word?
i Sure it out A ra.se of $1 an hour mean. $8 day, $40 a week,
t2080 a vear and it also shows up in the eventual pension.
w tti!Sn person, who has been willing to lis tea i to official
statements from the agencies who were going to put out the money money-Sly
Sly money-Sly the US Federal government-has known all .along that the
Ky Memorandum did not provide for an across the board wage
rrButein the regrading of jobs several hundred Panamanians got
blg'aStherr sentiments not reflected J p,,,,,
WHAT GOES ON
'tofiwnman Mail Box. Feb.
about the handicapping and qualifying score, at
I'd like to see some discussion of this.
w...v. ik. ..t.m.hnuiH h chanced next year. Panama Open
is a good annual event that draw,
Jtad, if it gets a poor name.
! TEEN CLUB BLUES
61r:When man gave the dames a chance to vote mn m.d, a horren horrendous
dous horrendous mistake. And then when someone taught them what a pencil
was for a most idiotic thing was done
i The other evening ome wench had pubbshed in the maUbox oo oodles
dles oodles tripe- Rather difficult to get just whet was,bothermg.ihe old
hen-but seems she had zeroed in on a married. school mar m Jor
gome unknown and jealous reason. And then too theldnrly bat was
peeved about a Canal Zone parent error, the Teen Age Club.
Now Maude, (we'll call her that, not knowing your name) when
she writes hereafter, should get your thought collected. If
If she's vexed at some lady teacher she should go tell her off. Then
jrrab her false teeth and run. She will stare her dowrf if Maude
dWe belfe've Maude to be about a second geneijSfiiWS
brat Vith an offspring attending the Teen Age cl:ion
no one will dance, let alone make a pass. She marriedt-draft-dodger
di'ring the earlv war years, hoping for something She didn t know
wha. Yet that'hope for satisfaction never did come her way.
Now she has a pot bellied, beer-drinking husband with a foul
breath. She is tied down nightly with her bingo cards and becoming
mor bored as life passes you by. Her false teeth dont fit too good,
her flrdle it tight and .he's got that real tired feeling.
S Teen Age Club's troubles really can be solfed ffiUfetftft og
Miffide. All .he has to o ii pSsh herself away ffettl 1MT five UiiM
pasteboards, don her girdle and march to the club and pun a modern modern-day
day modern-day Carrie Nation on those euys who are thinking such heavenly
thoughts about her daughter. Then park her huge frame and put that
gimlet eye on the whole naughty mess and enlist the aid of her felr
low- female bingo-card clutchers in her crusade to save the daughters
fron sex. In a week's time the darned building will close doors and
herimagined ills will end.
There ain't no real trouble at the club. The fault JiAfcwith people
likJSaude. Shiahould get herself to tiM
pronto, and babble to him her hair-brainefftfiWWt-"-"
Heavens to Betsyl
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The Fat Stock Show winds up
ten days ago. The most rain of the 13 years since I returned nere
from Panama. If snow means a good wheat crop, we wijl have It,
fer it's just one snow after another.
Peaches are in bloom in East Texas and the finest pears and
apples are plentiful on the market from Washington State. This cold
stnraee and ouiek transportation sure keps the market well supplied.
the children went to a birthday party last night and left me at
home. Wi'l eet even with one of my own March 23, the 96th round
m th isriw and feel like I will
t haven't heard of anvbodv
show. Only went once, and couldn't find parking space "in a mile of
the gate, and that's too far tor my legs.
T manaee to keen mv lees limber with the cheap rubbing alcohol
we get here, but I would like some of that Rum and Honey I used to
iet down there. Hard liquor is too expensive to drink here, but beer
is plentiful and you can find it most anywhere, especially where you
see the sign "Cale."
A lot of construction going on
drove west for. a few miles last
"thre it is the new Methodist
Te Baptists have a paying one
street from Sesrs. and it pays. I
ey for very littV service. In my
to relieve the sick, and nowJ find
8 .Can't see a thing I have written, so I had better quit. tan
feu I have put in too many letters in words at times.
iTwish I could spend a few days with you, bui'l can't.-
Z.: Pop Wrlqht
155 Central Are. and K Street
' ,1 aa
21) has made
a serious charge
the "recent golf
so roe worthwhile visitors
today in lifeht rain, just as it began
easilv make it ten more..
from the Crossroads here for the
here, so times can't be too bact. We
week and Frank stopped and .aid
Hospital." Seven mile, from town
on Romana Plaza, Just across the
know, as they got a wad of my mon
young days I thought hospitals were
it's to relieve them orthelr cash
By VICTOR RIISEL'
On the afternoon of Jan. 22, two
mysterv men whisked one of Ame
rica's mos. powerful labor leader,
from his plane at Ciampini Airport;
to a fortress-like building In Ro
most fashionable district a
building in which Soviet agent
have launched propaganda roils
and riotous propaganda against
the U; S.
That labor chief is Harry Bridges,
leader of Pacific coast Longshore
men's and Warehousemen's Union.
Those two mystery men I can now
identify as Soviet activists Agoaii Agoaii-no
no Agoaii-no Novella, a leader of the bit bitterly
terly bitterly anti-Americau Italian Com-
UlUlliak f Hid, lUU-CClllflUUV kJUbt
one of the top men in tne pro pro-Soviet
Soviet pro-Soviet Italian "Socialist" Party
Both are members of tne Par Parliamentary
liamentary Parliamentary bloc which has fought
against Italy's partnership in west western
ern western defense alliances. Comrade No Novella
vella Novella is one of the commanders
of the General Council of the World
Federation of Trade Unions which
is described in U, S. intelligence
files as a force engaged in ai
tmpting to capture democratic
Since v Harry Bridges has told
high Soviet officials, that he plans
a aerie, of meetings on our west
coast to tell of the Russians' vir
tues and since this nation is
having difficulty balancing its huge
because we're spending over forty
billion dollars to defend ourselves
against these virtue., let me put
this on record. The building to
which the mystery men rushed
Bridges is the headquarters of the
the most powerful Com
munist labor organization Outsiac
the Iron Curtain and the Bamboo
Brother BirdBes' Ions conference
with the leaders of the pro-Soviet
iiauan laoor apparatus was fol followed
lowed followed by similar whiskings froiu
planes landing at airports controll controlled
ed controlled by Communist security police
sucn as me Frague field. There,
too, I can report, he made the
rounds with Communist officials
There he sneered at most of us.
ivei me Quote what he sairf an hu
followers and the American pul&C
n n r I..... 1 .
ma nave ji exact:
Our visit to Czechoslovakia
was unusually interesting- -for n
Because the American workers are
systematically influenced by the
ninon n J 1 1
au rauio. wnicn t arc nn.
friendly to your country, we shall
"Ai""'u iimujr views 10 me mom, mom,-bers
bers mom,-bers of our union," Bridges aid
mis outfit, the International
Longshoremen's and Warehouse
men s Union, controls cargo lpad-
a vu iiios; oi me racitic Coast
in some Alaskan nnrtt mil i.
aiso a political dowl
on the Islands and has run several
B.iriKes wnicn Have nroven tjiot
the .JLW.U can .throw- Jhe ; hrake.
oh Hawass odhomyT'Witholn the
men who follow Bridges very linie
can move in pr out of the island
Bridges had more to say:
The visit tn the Tn
Celakovice, for instance, has con-
vmteu u oi me nonsensical pro propaganda
paganda propaganda about working conditions
in your factories, about the con concern
cern concern for the workers, about the
i fouag people and auouc
lunction and posi .ion of the trade
Having visited, Britain, France
have gained the imoressiWn 'that
you are on, the best road for a a-chifcving
chifcving a-chifcving still greater results than
uimjcca nn nis nanv were in
Communist territory at tJi inii.
tion of the Communist Union of
v oncers in Transport and Tele
rrom Prague .he. nit for Mn.
cow as the, guest of some Soviet
laoor ouuiu. ..mere he said he had
siuQiea ine u.sian All-Union Cen Central
tral Central Council of. Trade Unions.
Before leaving Mnscnui
friendly receDtion hv ( .nm miima.
unions in jast uerun, tne west
coast labor chief announced that
he believed that the Russian laoor
units were more democratic than
"many Americans ones." 'this he
spiced up with a statement that
if U. S. labor chieis visueu Kus-
sia, they would learn that every everything
thing everything the workers in America
heard about the USSR is nothing
butlies and ahdendus propagan-
That's strong language from
Harry boy, considering the docu documented
mented documented evidence of Soviet anti anti-Catholicism
Catholicism anti-Catholicism and anti-Semitism aVid
the use of the gjobal labor outfi'
the WFTU, to stir anti-American
demonstrations not only in Italy
but .'in the tinder and oil filled
Whose friend is Harry Bridges
or does no one care?
rrom the time of th dlaee.
1 1 1 McA
cry of America to the end of
1944, the world produced about
1,838,000,000 ounces of gold
the equivalent of IL0OO short
tons, This quantity of metal
I would make a cube 45 feet on
'each aide, About one-half of
jthls gold la now being held by
jtbe United State. Treasury.
O Cnsyeoedia BriUuuuo
It'll Be Some
SOMEWHERE IN UGANDA,
British East Africa the camp is
deserted today, because I have a
touch of the gout ana am no ui
candidate for fleeing from wild
bessts. 5 a
And it amuses me to think that
if 1 had cattle with me in instead
stead instead of a flock of tents and a
couple of heavy-duty trucks, I
might very well be raided for my
wealth and speared to death.
There were well over 200 such
raids in Karamoia last year. Cat-
Wle raiding goes on all .the luma "m
the district of Karamoia, with en
suing bloodshed, and the naked
locals alill adorn their arms with
trophy scars right arm for men
killed, left arm for women. This
situation hasn't changed in We
50-odd years that the white man
has been here.-
With wild game passing, a. the
native flock, further encroach into
the cleared scrub of the wilder wilderness,
ness, wilderness, tho Karamojans' cattle herds
are increasing enormously.
Like most African herdsmen, the
naked black Karamojan does not
care for money, and does not wish
to sell his cattle.
But' air official fold' n yester yesterday,1
day,1 yesterday,1 whefe I met'' Wnf accidental accidentally
ly accidentally in the busli, that the answer to
overcrowding of grazing space was
to slaughter 30 percent of the bur
And if that were done, he said,
there would be such a massive tri
bal warfare that we'd have to
push an entire ''army' in here to
settle Tt. The 'game mUst "eventual
ly go, and the tsetse-breediiig bush
cleared to make room tor tne cat
Some 6000 head of game was
slauehtered in another part of U
ganda just the other day, just to
clear the tsetse bush and make
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Bloodshed In Africa
, Pi BOB RUARK
room for expansion of eattla and
The people who have been read reading
ing reading so- much about the new Afri
ca, and the dreams of -a federation
of Mfrlcan states,' --cannot ihv
pushed deeply into the back coun countries.
tries. countries. , : ..;
For instance, an American scien scientific
tific scientific expedition up at Lake Rudolph
had to be protected by a platoon
of riflemen and machinegunners a a-gainstjhe
gainstjhe a-gainstjhe foray of a tribe called
Gelabbai whose younsf men .W3d
irf ffohf ojlifljierely teMm
tneir spear.. They do not raw for
cattle or loot; they just kill to
prove their' manhood and Vent
their youthful jubilance, much as
students organize pantie-raids in
ftne hefcriv enrinff
Srjear-bloodini expeditions kre
ays by another cheerful Abyssi
nian tribe whose young men can
not marry until they have proved
their -worth by handing a slain op
ponent as a tribute to the father
of the bride.
In som parts of wild Africa to
day the situation is exactly lite
same' as m tne ma Beau C,mft
days in North Africa and the Sa
harasmall bands of uniformed
Askari, captained generally by
VITAL EVIDENCE MISSING
rrMncui uri. tttt p-.-ji
mg, cnarges against 25 motoTftt
were dismissed yesterday because!
af the absence of one vital piece
Judge Urban J. Zievers threw,
out tne cnarges after highway
police failed to produce the in
criminating radargraph used to
trap the, cetenqants.
Big Fish Fryl
white officer., who seek to pre-
serve the peace, swoon down on
the raiders, to get back the stolen
goats ; and cattle, to discourage
lighMiearted.;kiUing for sport.
.rtWtodern negaUon of
oneorld maU scale seems to
me to paint a baleful picture of
one world on a grand scale.
If murderous clan rivalry exists
within one branch of a tribe, and
intertribal rivalry exists inside
one area, and, a murderous hatred
ia.-caferighed against the fellow a a-rm6ltml
rm6ltml a-rm6ltml next area,
r have .mall hone, for a united
Africa within several lifetimes, if
Africa today could be rbughly
comnareit foi the f.arlhVuun j,ri
South American communities; but
enormously magnujea m numoer.
Shadowed; bK9 percint illiteracy
wKtuLraiu anu- Knosi-worsniD.
and bloodstained by hatred of the
next -man 'whotnay live no more
man 10 mile, down the road
Among the tribes there is little
or no written communication, and
the variety of thousands of dial dialects
ects dialects is such that a man living in
ani Af rican Connecticut, say, might
bfrun'oWt6 tilk -,to: the African
equivalent of New Hampshire.
And there are various shades,
heights, weights and-culture, -of!
these people to be weldetf toto
what? A new kind of slavery? A
succession of big ind little wars,
as m me aays of me Zulu aggres aggressions
sions aggressions end the Bantu sweeps
north? j And s what evil influence
will pit tribe againrt tribe to cre create
ate create a malleable chaos?
My gout? i. noticeably better af after
ter after a beer and the absence ot a
spear in my tummy. 'We'll' touch
on this again before we conclude
.. n f 1
Merry-Go ? Round
r Dnavy PPAnaow ,. ;
WASHINGTON- JU.t across the
Potomac. River fom .the -nation s
capital; in ,taet omy ,- avonc'!
throw irom the Lincoln Memorial
where the Great Emancipator is
shown in thoughtful meditation, are
the headquarters of one ot Ihe
most "virulent and vvitriolic 4ntf 4ntf-nests
nests 4ntf-nests in" the ''USA yiitt i
It has had contact with those
investigated in connection with the
bombing of the Atlama .ynagoiJue,.
draws money from Arab souriOs,
and even sends work of its activi activities
ties activities to Got Gamal Abdel Nasser,
On Feb. a registered letter was
mailed to Nasser -from George Lin
coin Rickwell,; the Arlington, Va,.
hatemonger .wno:, it v -circulating
thousands-' of copie. of -petitions
calling for the impeachment of
Simultaneously, Rockwell's pic picture
ture picture appeared on the front page of
Nasser's newspaper El Aharan,
though in denial of ceport that
Nasser, had anything to' do, with
the American ,-hate-nes..
The group, vwhicii recently has
assumed the name of "The Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Committee to Impeach Gov Governor
ernor Governor Almond,'' gives its mailing
headquarterj as P. O; B(Jx in Arl Arlington.
ington. Arlington. 'j v- ,v ---The
box vailrented Feb. 3 b
Floyd Fleming,grizzledifold : hate
agitator and, iidekicks of rabble
rouser John Kasper, The Seabtrd
White Citizens Council was built
around them,. Two of Fleming's
henchmen, Eugene Colton and H.
Cary Hansel,' also signed the rent rental
al rental papers for the boxv
The group operates largely from
Rockwell's home at $512 Williams
burg Boulevard. "Rockewell is the
son of the prewar radio comedian
and -rocking chair -, philosopher
"Old Doc,T Rockwell whose
squeaky voice was once familiar
to millions of listeners.
The younger. Rockwell, whose
philosophy hM ; taken t : bizarre
twist from the horse sense preach
ed. by his famous father, stayed
as a house guest last May in the
home of Mrs. Helen Lane, mem
ber of the Arlington School Board
Hia baggage included; .printing
press on wmcn he printed hate pro
paganda in Mrs. Lane s oasemont,
Rockwell's letter, to Wallce Al
len, a crippled printing salesman,
were picked up by' Atlanta Police
during their investigation of .the
synagogue bombing AUen was
dentified by police -as one of the,
five men who attended a strategy
session at which the dynamiting
was discussed. --f;. -vM, .r's.;
Rockwell ended some letter, to
Allen with the Nazi phrase, "Sieg
Heil." One of hi. letters referred
cryptically to "big blast," but
Rockwell lnsisted no yhtryi m itnaj
he meant a planned picketing and
knew nothing of the subsequent
One letter also spoke of a "fat "fat-cat
cat "fat-cat financier" who turned out to
be Harold Noel Arrowsmith, Jr.-,
son of the late canon of Balti Baltimore's
more's Baltimore's Episcopal Cathedral. Ar
rowsmith took offense at the '"fat '"fat-cat"
cat" '"fat-cat" reference;" (apparently think
ing Rockwell was ridiculing bis
Rockwell boasted to associates
that "Ike the Kike" signs, used
in picketing the White House, ere
now in Cairo. What apprentlv hap
pened, however, is that snapshots
oi tne picketing were forwarded
to Cairo. Rockwell also told asso
ciates that Arrowsmtih had con
tacts in the "Arab Secret Ser
It appear, to be true', that Ar
rowsmith was in touch with saiem
Bader. who runs what he calls the
Arab-Asian Institute. Bader regis-
tered as a foreign agent m I95t
and listed contnoutions irom
di Arabia of $500 on March IV:
1957, and another $150 on-April 8,
1957,. -His ; registration form !is.
listed two aO payments, to uow
Biisseu Jan. T and 17, 1958; plus
payment! to Kea Van, Fossoo.
1230.Dewey Road, Silver Spring,
Md. Van Fosson received 12a Jn.
JI,, $50,JFeb.,X $50 Feb.26, $2f
op warcn zi, u on. march 28 and
a final 27 on April 2J all in 1958.
Much of the hate-nest across the
Potomac, was financed by the weaUj
thy preacher'! ion from Baltimore
Arrowsmith, un.il he broke with
He made the first payment on
Rockwell's headquarter! and if
reported to have poured about
$20,000 into the operation, plus a a-bout
bout a-bout $6,000 for the Rockwell jinnt jinnt-ing
ing jinnt-ing press. ...... .t ,::
Arrowbmith ,- describes himself
variously as an anthropologist, bio
logist and zoologist. He has studi
ed at Harvard. Cornell. Johns Hon-
kins and me .University of Calif or
ma. i ,k i. -v--i.M-.....
At the University of Mains in
Gerrriaay' he studied races. Hia
lieported objective. was to prove
ui i.9kv uruics r ana .-me. ji(ieaiier
raheanfeople pring' from differ different
ent different raees;He also appends much
time porine over microfilms m thfc
Wbrary of Congress, searching for
ist conspiracy." t, '-..Arrowsmith
..Arrowsmith '-..Arrowsmith and RockweU are
reported to have developed a syi syi-tem
tem syi-tem of codewords for ttieir tele
phone conversations,; because ithey
were convinced the phones tapped.
"Eskimo" was-the CodeV work for
Jew. "Eskimo land", meant Israel.
"Eskimo conquest of Russian wai
the phrase ofr the Red revolution.
This ,Eskimo"ytalk jpfobably
wa Rockwell's idea f,Hef re-enter-
ea ftoe wavy during tne Korean
war and was assigned to, Iceland,
which was about the time he be
came obsessed with the great Jew
ish conspiracy. : -,
In Iceland, he read Mein Kampf
It '12. times. He hio jnerried the
niece of the Icelandic vkmbassador
to the "United States. and toother
to Berchtesgaden foe their honey honeymoon.
moon. honeymoon. ... 'J:. : y ;' .-
Lately, Rockwell Jias been sun sun-plying
plying sun-plying literature to James' Madole
who was cited in 1954 by the House
ai the' woutd-be Fuehrer of the
Nazi-style National Renaissance
Party, which attempa to maintain
a uniformed ."elite guard" in the
Hitler tradition.' p. v
Thi is the background of the lit little
tle little i group- .which ii i sending out
thousands of 'petitions calling for.
in -impeaenment ,ot tn uovemor o
of Virgin ;.-;-f
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TTE5DAY, FEBRUARY Z4, 1959
TUt PAMAM4 AMUUCAN w'AM IKUCFKNDJUNX DAlLJt KIWI
riuz t :
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COMPLETE TRAINING; COURSE Supervisors employed by the VS.. Army Caribbean were Awarded 7.ceiteBtMftrailpc. on
MmthiJw '..Af-MMiir 4Utnfion iniKMrmHiir.tftd hv tho tts ARC! arib Conratroller' Office.- Br OTacticaFabDlication of train-
ing jtechniduesr class' members installed work 'Improvements which- reduced operating cpsty sot thelr"uwt iby; a combined yearly
tctsl dfmWK Sfcown Jtrom left ixoifciv: aw-Sam'R. Moody and Jack 3atheU,Unstructore from the' Comptroller's Office; Mrs.
Fda;R. Keith,, medical supply branch,' Surgeon's Office;' Mrs. Margaret Winn, communications division,' Slgttal Section;, Mrs. .Viola
W.Domtagnei, supply division, Signal Section;' Sfc Joseph Stellato, 62nd Machine Records Unit and. Sp6 Robert, H. Borst, me me-dicaP
dicaP me-dicaP supply! branehSurgeon-s ,Of flee. In he rear are Maximilian Sena, "malaria control b.raneh,.t Surgeon's .Office; MSgt.
Arthu.'6raMm,- post-headquarters, Fort Clayton; Sgt. William E. Burke,. Fort'Claytnn Dispensary; Sfc. JSlmer ShannonFprt
Claytoft-Army Education Center and Jojin Brown, Quatermaster Commissary, ,Corozal.vAlsoiiihe,;c,Jassj ws.Salvador GeradV,
Quafterjtnftster Section. 'V. i .'. .:, : : 4 "(Army photo).
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conference ainveils new electronic equipment to be
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' iniruuutcu wruognuui aun Amenta mid year
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Spokesman for uttons Indus
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Warn, vice-President and Gen General
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In New York explained some of
the new equipment which was
on display during; th Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican Manager's meeting held
at the El Panama Hilton Hotel
this past week.
Her are some or tne ; new
tvner of eauipment which are
available now, for practical ev
ery day use, thanks to the lat
est electronic achievements or
Littons Industries, Inc.
A new revolutionary type re
cording system for stereophonic
records, the Westrex "Stereo-
Disk" equipment has been a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted by the recording indus industry
try industry in the United States be because
cause because of the excellence of its
reproductive qualities while at
the same time reducing costs
from the old fashioned double
A new Portable Magnetic
Tape Recorder which permits
recording or sound on location
for dubbing into rum back: in
the studio by experts. The same
Magnetic Recorder can be used
to cut records on tape, any anywhere,,,
where,,, anywhere,,, the tapes can then be
sent to a main studio for mass
production on; records to feed
the ever: Increasing public de
for the yatchlng enthusiast
and Shipping Industry: new
higher sensitive Sonar Depth
Indicator and Sonar ship-to-
shore communications eouln eouln-ment
ment eouln-ment are aids to ship naviga
New Micro Wave .Tubes of
the magnatron, high frequency
plus type magnetic tube used
In radar detection and direc
tional equipment. The advent
of commercial jet planes are
placing an ever increasing de
mand on vie production of
these tubes because of the vital
role which they play In safe
airport operations, particularly
vnrvr 'kWrbmavc-: riant. i?nrprt ndom. u:S. Armv instructor at the' Jungle. Warf are.Tralnlrig Center, Forts'Sherman, explains
the 'techniques and' tactics applied in a "live fire" demonstration on ambush and counter-ambush; to.MaJ. Gem Orlando C.Trowel
JJ director of-organization' and training,, Of f ice st the Deputy Chief of Staff, Department f-ot the Army,'; and. his staff .during an
ineipectlpirtftur ofJSjpjjy instllayons(H .the, thmus of. Panama. From JefkMandin.wCol. JJ-Davis, Off ic of the As Assistant
sistant Assistant CMe of St$Sf,ipgryDA; UufSol H.iQ..Bai3ies,4;he VS. Army Caribbean &4 Secdon: CapteiniOdom; MaJ- ..McDonald,
office iftAhe Depu Chlerbf Staff, Operations, DA; General Troxel; Col. DJ. Rinque,-.Office. of the Deputy Chief of Staff,
Logistics, ;DA; and Lt Col. J.L.Higgins, Office of tbs Deputy Chief of Staffs Qperatlons DA. In'theforeground.are JWT students
participating .in, the-demonstration., M (U.S. Army Photo)
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i J 111 Ir'fiwaYif
needs' OF FORT CLAYTON are preparing for the annual Blue
ind'Gold banquet to be .held Saturday at the post officers' club.
: members of Den Pack 17, Clayton Cub Scouts, are among
: lOse who will participate. Shown-from lejt are, rear row, Robert
adick, den chief; Richard Debet, Arthur Lee, Jeffrey Graham
1 iid- KK. RoSadb; bottom tow. David Bullock. Felix Martinez,
..'ajut. Weber and E;ddie FlyntMr Jhn iRullock is their den
' lother. .-, z-'-y. ?r r'- f: 3i'
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CONGGRSSMAN SAYS .INSURE J
US Federal Workers
Use Luxury Flights
WASHINGTON ,(UPI) i--Rtp.
Thor C. TollefsoBRMich.) ssid
yesterday too., many'-government
workers traveling by plane at tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer expense are taking deluxe
"champagne" flights rather, than
economy flights. '.
He called for- a-: congressional
Tollefson said leovernme'nt "em
ployes ought to fly in comfort but J
H s carrying wings iuo : jar wneu
they patronize 'the "champagne"
The congressman requested an'
investigation In a letter to Chair Chairman
man Chairman William L. Dawson (D-I1I.)
of the House Government Opera
tions- Committee, giving -examples
of what he is complaining about.
Tollefson told of' a businessman
flyine from Europe to '.thW.- coun
try aboard a i 'jet: plane. who found;
that most: of; the "deluxe;.ijassent
gers were governmni ,. personnel
ana "most, ot. me economy pas
seneers wef' rbusinSsmeh.!!,;1.
- Round-trip deluxe fare ;ls $903.
40, while the 'economy rate i
$478.70, Tollfson said.. Deluxe pas
sengers are served cocktails) and
hot meal; eponomyCriders'; get
"deluxe" sanewfchei, But ho; llq-i
Tollef stn said 'an-airline; presi
dent Jiad 40ld .himyof waking : a
transcontinental flicht to the' West
Coast on: ai.plaitfj(m?vPoth-.
coacn ana nrst cia-s,passenger
For coaenr-passengers jtne' rdimd
irip faroc, was :$?29.50;, for first
Tollfifsnrf- aai thesaWiif 'n?K
best; of (hlfc'we4s.-iy;flrst
Class udoBcuKPio vw uic uiaur
Were on gover.nmencjojrgerf raiia
nnitH rf Mrine .. nrivatM.
( Presented by the Department
f Chris tian Idueatlar l tha
Episcepat Church In tha M't M't-sienary
sienary M't-sienary Dicw ef tha Pana
ma Canal Zona.)
Yur- fvtn'nfl fcibla Reading:
i EetlUttt 5:1-10
- MURDERING, OUR SLEEP
ThaV alaep of a laboring man
kwoat, whatbtf ha t littla
much: But ihas abundirvca
'of tha" rich win. not suffor him
The Bible, has 'a considerable
lot to sayf .about sleep. It is an
important subject' -Sleep If as gift
of God, a ; rich blessing which is
given to us only as we order ouH
lives accoramg to God s will.
The uaty s MacBeth hears a
!voice':cry-'SJ'eepl noAmorei Mac Mac-3?,th;
3?,th; Mac-3?,th; dothuCder Asleep!" So it
was, for' he' had murdered his
king,";!(iidby'i his f crime he had
muraee,jils?owa sleep.. and; la la-flitted
flitted la-flitted upon, himself hideous tor torment.
ment. torment. ..- :
", The preacher' reminds us that
we can murder our sleep in less
eyif ways by. giving our 'hearts
and miiids to any treasure except
the treasures of God's kingdom.
herich.'inan'' is' symbolic ot
,veiMiauigatce, if ienni ox mon money,
ey, money, possessions, P 0 it to n, etc.
Much' eieep'is, lost-betausetof our
over indulgence in, the pursuit of
'tvAttHh .nmirM. anil KonninsM
Scientists 'jjow say that we build
upa "deatt Jdf! sleep"-that must
be paid; vtfe'els the body and mind
L will Jefusei vto co-oroiante a and
trouDie (Sresuu. .? rne ., sreep m me
-'laboring, mil Vis'f Sweet" 8. he
;Knbws"that fhe Ms doing' the work
for guiding planes on4natru on4natru-ment
ment on4natru-ment flight. The. excellerated
demand for more and more of
these tubes has led to the con construction
struction construction of a. second plant
which has just been completed
at Salt Lake City; by Uttons
Industries, Inc. The original
plant at San Carlos, California.
employs 1,000 people but can
not take care of .the heavy de demand,
mand, demand, not only from the Unit United
ed United States, but from countries
all over the world such as
France and Japan, where a con considerable
siderable considerable number of these tubes
are already in use. Over 2,000
scientists are at the present time
engaged in scientific research
One of .the projects currently
being worked on is the "space
chamber" to determine the con conditions
ditions conditions under which men
documentary movie covering
these experiments was shown
during the conference.
The new "Gunset" Amateur
Radio Equipment would send
most "hams" into ecstasy... it
is compact, powerful, easy to
operate and maintain, and- us usable
able usable from1 stable or mobile lo locations.
cations. locations. No larger than your car
Probably the most unlaua
piece of equipment, which has
a very wide potential use, is an
Individual Direct Communica Communications
tions Communications System. It is workable In
a radius up to SO miles and Is
no larger than a portable re record
cord record player r tape recorder.
ideal Tor use between office
and home, between office and
warehouse, home and farm, be
tween two offices, etc. A com completely
pletely completely new model which has
just been introduced In toe
United States, has been en
thusiastically accepted because
of it's simplicity. of operation
reliability of performance, and
low cost. .
These new types of electron electronic
ic electronic equipment which Westrex
Subsidiary of Littons. Indus
tries, Inc. Is introducing to La Latin
tin Latin America, Is Just an Indica Indication
tion Indication of the advances which are
being made in the electronic
field 'to make your every day
life easier, safer and more
These Instruments were shown
at the Manager's Parley of Wes Westrex
trex Westrex Corporation, held at Salon
Panama of the Panama Hilton,'
which just ended and are of offered
fered offered for sale in Panama and
Latin America by Westrex Co.
The Manna Bible Institute will
begin classes on March J at 7 d m
in the Nazarene Church, San Mi Miguel.
guel. Miguel. : V
Those interested: are. asked to
visit the office at the church, on
Tursday; at 7 p.m.
There, will be a spocial Sunday
school course given this term for
those who would like to be more
versed in Sunday "School work. This
will be a one-year'c6QTSe and cer
tificates will-be. awarded..
The -reguiar fur-ueac oourse for
lay-preachers etc.. is in its .Oai ,i
year. .At Ur completion in Decem December,
ber, December, a graduation will. be held.
Class nfghts .w ll- ba Tuesdays
end Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m.
Territoral Integrity, Constitution
Guaranteed New Republic Of Cyprus
LONDON (UPD The independ- retain full sovereignty over two
em repuDiic oi Cyprus wiu come smau military Dases.,
into existence within 12 months,
it was disclosed officially -.yesterday.,
i. r, r S'.-r
In yielding its Mediterranean
colony, Britain will retain control
of two small military Oases. Com
plete sovereignty otherwise- will
pass to the new nation.
The British government an announced
nounced announced the republic would be set
up on the island under a joint
guarantee by Britain, Greece and
Turkey. It will be barred, forever.
from union with Greece or parti
tion betwen its Greek and Turk Turkish
ish Turkish communities.
Agreement on the independence
?lan was reached here Feb. 19.
'he adoption of the plan ended
four -. years of bloodshed on Cy
prus. Texts of the agreement
were published aim ultanously yes
terday in London, Athens
and Ankara, as well as in Ni
Principal terms of the agree
The new republic will be es
tablished within 12 months with a
:reek Cypnot president and Turk Turkish
ish Turkish Cypriot vice president elected
by universal suffrage in the two
communities on Cyprus.
Although Britain will grant in
dependence to the colony, it will
The new republic. Britain.
Greece and Turkey will conclude
t" CTeaiyy guaranteeing ane vpiae.
pendence, territorial integrity and
constitution of the new state and
Cyprus will conclude military al alliances
liances alliances with Greece and 'Turkey.
Greece will maintain, a con
tingent of 950 troops and Turkey
one of 650 troops on the island
after they conclude an alliance
i-Both Greek J and Turkish will
be the official languages in the
new republic, which will have a
flag of neutral design" chosen
jointly by the president and vice
The foreign ministers of Greece
and Turkey laid down the basic
structure of the agreement at
Zurich Feb. 11. It was accepted
by Britain and Turkish and Greek
Cypriot representative eight days
Under the agreement, the presi
dent and vice president will be
elected every five years and both
will hav veto power over any de
cisions of the cabinet or Parlia Parliament.
ment. Parliament. This means a Turkish vice
president may always veto anv
attempt at "enosis union wilh
government Jipi v. voted
c nor i n t n nbrflDr la tiotii of 20 luil-
lon yen $55,6M)l;rtOyrepa'ir S the
wmciH wiia.joeura.veiM y
Prince Akihlt amtnis
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God "gives him to do. in truth, in
moderation and in righteousness.
'A good coDfciencef'and a sted-
fast devpU6n;b iOur tduty; these
alone canrve rest by night
and peace, ydy. : ,
' "j: it'i-h 'id' i.. v
SINGAPORE (UP!) -i The
Duke -of EdiiDufgh, arrVed here
i esterday on his twur bf Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth countries' and received an
enthusiastic yreceptiori despite the
leftwirtgj people Vv'Actioh Party's
:caU ?fc.; poycotjti'
Salsipuedeg and "B" Avenue
6:30 to 7:0Q p,m.
Your Community Network
2000 up to the mlnuta rooms
Very Sensible Rotts Include
: TV and Ak Conditioning
ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY
Alffd Lwl. fimn. Mmr
A ZECKENDORF HOTEL
BLOCKADE ANNIVERSARY" I
BERLIN (U71) rrr Pre Premier.
mier. Premier. Robert Sehoskasj ti Franca
will attend eekbeatteas marting
the tenth anniversary of 'the end
ing in 1948 of the Berlin blockade,
t West Berlin spokesman ao
nouoced yesterday.' The celebra celebrations
tions celebrations will be held May 12-. j
TAKE HOME WORK
WARSAW (UPD uthorilfei
have caught up with some-rail
road workers who have oeen Ta Taking
king Taking home their work. t mo
They arrested-11 railiuad eui
ployes who- allegedly carted off
three miles of the trackage.
which they sold to the locakstat locakstat-owned
owned locakstat-owned scrap enterprise. ;
P R O M P T
8 12 & 2-r6 Weekdays
S to 12 Saturdays. 4
All Work T
TELE RAD r
SINGER VVIIIS GRAND PRIX
The .Grand Prix of ttie Universal and International Exhfbi-
tion, Brussels, 1958, highest honor at the Brussels World's
Fair, has been awarded to the Singer Manufacturing Com Company.
pany. Company. The award was made to Singer on the basis of the
usefulness of the product, the quality of its manufacture,
and the manner in which It was presented at the Fair.
The exhibits of. the various companies were rated on
the basis' of the number of marks Riven to each by- a
nng committee. The maximum number or marks which-.
could be awarded was twenty. To win the Grand Prix, a
minimum of nineteen marks was required
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ADMIRAL AND MRS. WALES JENTERTAIN
AT DINNER PARTY LAST EVENING
Rear Admiral Laurence H. Frost, director of Naval In Intelligence,
telligence, Intelligence, was guest of honor at a P",
evening by Rear Admiral George Wales, Commandan of tb
Fifteenth Naval District, and Mrs. Wales.
Sixteen fsta attended the dinner at the Wales quar
Am. And Lady Henderson
Leave Fer Visit To Chile
The British Ambassador and
Lady Henderson departed the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Sunday award tne Reina del
Mar for Chile.
They plan to return March 17.
Miss Virginia Karri
Enters Honor Society
Miss Virginia Kam. now a stu student
dent student nurse at St. Mary's Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, is among 17 student who
have been appointed to Gamma
Pi Epsiloti, Jesuit honor siciety
for recognition of teadershio, toy
alty. service and scholarship.
Her anpointmeni was appruvuu
their meanings in telling the sto
ry during a ballet. Folk dancing
and modern dancing were debat
ed at the end of the talk.
Ana Mae Butcher won the
white elephant raffled during the
evenins and the hostess servea
refreshments at the close of the
Atlantic Side Policeman's
Ball Is Great Success
More than 600 party-goers en
joyed the successful annual Po
liceman's Ball in the Cristoba
Skyroom Saturday evening, the
Canal Zone Police Association at
Crlstohal has reDorted.
Paul C. Reinert, prei-l Th? theme, "Traffic Control,
the University of St
Miss Kam is a graduate of Rl
boa High School and was given
the Honor Plaque Award in June,
1956, when she gradua'ed from
Canal Zone Junior College. She
will graduate from the nursing
school in June next year.
Mr. and Mrr. Gibson
Announce Son's Birth
" Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gib Gibson
son Gibson announce the birth of their
third child and first son Feb ii
at Gorgas Hospital. The baby has
been named Charles Robert Jun
Jine maieroai gi miuymcuw i
Mi's. Evella C. Wright of Balboa
nd John A. Wright of Fort Lau
derdale, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Noel
E. Gibson of Margarita are the
Beta Sigma Phis
Plan Card Party
Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi met at the home of Dolly
Housley in Coco Solo, for their
regular meeting. Alice McGann,
presided over the business meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Plans were completed for the
card party to be given by the
chapter Thursday afternoon from
one to four at the home of Terry
Frazier in Gatun. Proceeds will
fo to the American Legion to
elp finance girls attending Girls
State. Tickets may be oWained
by caning Mrs. Housley at 'Joco
Solo 733 or Mrs. Frazier at Gat
Jean Judge, program chairman,
presented the cultural talk on
"The Dance." She traced the oai
let from the time of King Louis
the 14th and explained how many
of the variations, as we know
them today, have come from this
tieriod. The five basic oositiona o!
ballet were demonstrated, as well
as many of the hand gestures and
was cameo tnrougn taoie Decor
ations. An interesting background
for the band was formed with V
merican flags including Hhe new
model with 49 stars, the 13 colo
nies fla a and a large picture of
.Prizes awarded included a hi
fi set to Joh-n J. Boseman of Co Colon:
lon: Colon: a tape recorder to Michael
Archer of Colon, a watch to Mrs.
Renee Gauvin of Curundu; and
a consolation prize to Joe Casano
va of 'olon
The regular monthly meeting ot
the Ladies Sodality of Albrook
will be held after novena thia eve
ning in the basement of the cha
Father Edward A. KozloWoRi,
Catholic chaplain at Fort Clay
ton, will continue his series of
talks on family lue. His topic this
evening will concern children's e-
All Catholic women Ire inviti d
Fort Amador Officers Open Mess.
Reservations should be made by
noon tomorrow with one1 of the
hostesses, Mrs.' W, C. Hearon,
Balboa 1833; Mrs. M. Klipper,
Balboa 3096; or Mrs. A. Saarinen,
Margarita Union Church
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will meet
this evening at 7:30 in the church.
A short devotional will be direct
ed by Mrs. Betty Purvis.
Guest speaker at the regular
monthly meeting will be Miss
Myrtle Matthews, who will Jis
cuss her health work in the San
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Klllgalkn
To Visit Taboga
The Doctors Wivves Club will
make a trip to Taboga Island to
morrow, leaving 'from Rodman
Nava station at a.m.
Navy doctors wives will be
hostesses for the outing. The
group is scheduled to return a
bout 3 p.m.
The board meeting of the Bal
boa Woman's dub will be .held
Wednesday -morning at 7 t -Ue
Balboa WB-ysO; :
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club
The Charity Card Group of thd
Balboa Woman s Club has pi a tin
ned a meeting for dessert and
cards Thursday at 13:30 at the
Gen. Cprderman Reurns
To States After Meeting
Gen. W. P. Corderman. vice
president of Litton Industries, left
Y anama to return to the &-aita
last Saturday at the conclusion of
the Westrex Latin American man managers'
agers' managers' meeting, at which he presided.
uuring tne meetings, the new
electronic equipment produced by
Westrex and Litton Industries was
unveiled and plans were omplct
ed for the introduction, distribu
tion, sales and promotion ihrougn
out the Latin American countries
41 Labor Session
SAN JUAN, Puerto BIco. Feb.
24 (UPI) Auto workers president
Walter Reuther challenged presi
dent George Meany's rule in the
Ar L-CIO today Ui the most serious
clash since the federation was
formed four yers ago.
The dispute erupted at a critical
time when the AFL-CIQ was risk risking
ing risking a full-scale labor ar with
Junes R. Hoffa's teamsters u-
nion over organizing of Puerto
Reuther and Meany emerged
smiling from a f ve and one-half
hour special executive council ses
sion shortly after midnight and
iieuther denied that the possibility
cf a split in th organization was
"Nobody ever talked about bust
ing anything up," he said. "There
are tinders' and ngs now on things
However, the AFL-CIO vice pre
silent admitted that he had offer'
to resign as chairman Of the
merged union's economic policy
comm ttee in. a dispute with Mea
Union sources said Reuther and
six o her former CIO officials cri
ticized Meany s operating proce
dures, demanding more, authority
for comm ttee chairmen who play played
ed played a major part in setting policies
in the formd CIO union.
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
The Panama Coca-Cola Bottling Company
The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of The
Panama Coca-Cola Bottling Company will be held
on Monday, March 9, 1959, at 4:00 p.m. at the
main office of the Company located at No. 12-21,
Jose Felipe Clement Avenue (Frangipani), Panama
City, Republic of Panama.
If a cold February wind has
blown you imo our town, be as assured
sured assured the welcome from the na natives
tives natives is warm. Whether you're
from Tulsa or Boston, Augusta or
Ran Francisco, bia Texas or little
nld Rhode Island, this marvelous
city of skyscrapers is designed to
make you feel it s a mignty nice
place to visit.
The scenes change fast here
not just the leaves on the trees
and the fashions on the girls
and the faces of the buildings, but
the places to go and the things
to do. There's always a new show
to cacck, a new restaurant to try,
new jazz to hear.
The moods of Manhattan are
many hot dogs, champagne,
brisht liehts. dim places, last
sports, slow rhumbas, great art,
inspiring architecture, famous
faces, faceless beatniks so you're
bound to find wheatever you're
looking for, if you just tune in the
Right now, the new show to sec,
if you can possibly get a ticket,
is "Redhead" a musical that
has everything. You'll be treated
to a breathtaking performance Dy
Gwen Verdon, who manages to
make a long, strenuous part look
like nothing but spontaneous fun,
and you're sure to be charmed by
her leading man, Richard Kiley.
He's a great rarity on the song-and-dance
stage a hero who is
tall, goodlooking, able to sing, con convincingly
vincingly convincingly masculine, and an excel excellent
lent excellent actor. 1
The talents responsible for "Red
head" have achieved a fast pace
and a pretty look throughout a
show that is clean recommend
ed for the whole family but ne
In an entirely different spirtit,
but equally not to be missed, is
Edith nars stunning solo act at
the Waldorf-Astoria. Madame 1'ial
is a block buster, no mistake a-
bout it; she is a small lady no
longer, young, who, never tried to
De pretty, ana sne comes oui m
front of a golden curtain wearing
a cneap biacK crepe dress ana
out-of-date shoes with holes in the
toes, and not a bit of glitter any
where on her to catch the eye.
but when she sings sne is magni
ficent and the audience regonition
of her magnificence is impressive
Not an ice cube rattles in a glass
not a spoon clinks against a plate.
and no person murmurs.
Piaf's talent, intense and ruth
1 e s s 1 y uncompromising, cuts
through language barriers and po
pular taste and the well-nigh pre
valent conviction that the female
in a 'supper dub. at must be
cuddlesome cutie Who can strip,
or take a bath, or at least shake
some strategically glued
while she sings.
She does it her way, and her
way is so effective that she is
apt to be giving us shivers up the
spine when she is 90.
shop specializing in mink-handled
Chans really do venture into the
little tattoo parlor, bare their cbets
or their forearms, ana command
the tattoo artist to inscribe "Mil "Millie"
lie" "Millie" or "Mother" plus a bouquet
of roses and an American flag on
their skin, while outside the plate
glass a crowd watches. It's not
a very attractive porcess, and
more than one curious .but frail
female has falned ton the sidewalk
at the sight of blook spurting from
the flesh of a young stoic being
decorated with a battleship.
You don't have to go to New
Orleans to hear thai old-time two-
beat jazz made famous on the
delta; New York produces the fin finest
est finest Dixieland music on fashionable
E. SOth St., at a large and com comfortable
fortable comfortable restaurant called the
Roundtable, Not all rooms dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to riffs are recommended for
dining, but this one is; the kitchen
is nappuy prepared to serve you
sizzling steaks or spareribs or an
expertly curried dish while you lis listen
ten listen to the Riverboat Dandies, an
extroverted gang led bv drummer
Ray Bauduc and fuitarist Naosv
Lmare, ootn aiumm of bod Cros
by's famous "Bobcats" combo of
long ago. They do all the ever evergreens
greens evergreens from "South Rampart
Street Parade" to "Wolverine
Blues," to please the toe-tappers.
If you long to hear the kind of
sophisticated show tunes that en entrance
trance entrance the international set (and
will never be heard, exeent nol.
bly on records, in Ashtabula the
place to go is the Weylln, where
an attractive crowa gainers at
all hours to hear Bobbv Short. Im
peccable in tailoring, taste and
technique, Bobby sings and plays
wiui enougn electricity to light
up the RCA Building. If you get
his message, you can be sure tnat
no matter where you come from.
you're not only u, you're "In.
And that's enough advice for one
trip, Stranger. The rest is just a
wish: Have a ball!
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Second Present-Second Program
In Jungle Course
"River Trails!' will be the sub subject
ject subject of Elmer Stevens Illustrated
talk tonight 7:30 p.m.
This is to be the second program
Li a new Junile course being held
at the Balboa YMCA-USO, wh ch
is open to the public.
The program this evening will be
followed up with a training ses session
sion session on Saturday, on tropical sur survival
vival survival and a hel copter rescue de
monstration at the Albrook tropic tropic-.'.
.'. tropic-.'. survival training area under
the direction of H. Morgan Smith,
Survival Officer, snd Lt. Wm. D.
A second f'eld trip is scheduled
fu- the following day, Sunday, on
the Chagres River, conducted by
Do you ever Just walk around
the city, by day or by night? The
5th Ave. windows are always a
treat (you'll be seeing Spring
things now, even though your teeth
may be chattering) but don't miss
the offbeat streets and the sights
they provide. A wild example is
the block on 8th Ave., just down
from Madison Square Garden,
which features inone-two three three-four
four three-four order a gypsy fortune-telling
establishment, a tattoo parlor, an
Oriental glassblower and a novelty
DAMASCUS (UPI) Several
thousand troops and huge. Soviet Soviet-made
made Soviet-made tanks paraded through the
streets of this Syrian capital to
day tribute to United Arab Re Republic
public Republic President Gamal Abdel
Nasser and Yugoslav President
The military parade, said to hi
the largest ever held in Damas-
sequens cus, was reviewed Dy tne two
neaas oi state wno came nere
Sunday to take part in first an an-n
n an-n versary celecrations of the mer merger
ger merger of Syria with Egypt to form
Twenty huge T54 Soviet-made
tanks were the last units in th
parade. The UAR previously was
believed to have them, but this
was the first time they had been
put on puhl'c display.
The troops and equipment, most
of it from Russia, paraded slow slowly
ly slowly down Kuwatly Street and
passed the reviewing stand in an
hour and 20 minutes.
The majority of West players
at the Summer Nationals chose to
pass their 12 point hands. The
club suit was Just too wesk.
They were w se to do so. Those
who opened wound up as de declarer
clarer declarer at three no trump since
they all rebld to one no trump
after their partners' one heart
response snd their partners all
raised to three no-trump.
North always opened the six
of spades and South woulnd win
the' king -and return the ten.
North would let West hold the
second, spade trick and although
West invariably guessed, the
queen ol hearts, he would' wind
up down one or two tricks, de
pending on eaxctly now the play
When West did pass, East al always
ways always opened one heart and West
would bid two no-, trump. East
would pass and West would
make his two no trump on the
Strangely enough, only one
pair played the hand in hearts.
One West passed and then jump
ed to three hearts whereupon
East proceeded to set up s spade
for a club discard, guess the
queen of hearts and make four
hearts for top score.
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Segregation Within Limits Of Law
To Continue In Florida, Says Odum
ton Information and reservations,
consult your travel agent or
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Some of the ar'ileery p'eces
were pulled by American Dodge
Irucks, wh ch with Japanese Jeepsi
lent an international note to the
parade. But the parade underlined
the fact that it is the Soviets who
supply the UAR's most formia formia-able
able formia-able weapons.
Nasser and Soviet Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita S. Khrushchev have patched
up what had' threatened to be become
come become cool relations between their
two countries. Nasser told an an anniversary
niversary anniversary celebra'ion in Cniro
Saturday that Khrushchev had
written him to say Russia would
continue to support the UAR.
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I WTSfi MOTHERCRAFT . the guidance of your own
J doctor ... and choice of food are vital at this stage ef vour
baby's development. Turn with confidence to nourishing,
balanced, all-milk Lactogen for bottle feeding requirements.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and
safe and so easy to digest It i of great benefit in
avoiding and even correcting underweight conditions,
e A medlftea whale cows' rallk I" arm wMi aeMeS
vitamins A end D and Iroe.
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TAMPA f UPI) Asst. Attyv
Geo. Ralph Odum said yesterday
most publ c schools in Florida can
continue to operate on a segre segregated
gated segregated basis for years
Odum, the state's top segrega segregation
tion segregation extiert. said residential zon
ing and the pupil assignment law
will provide a h'gh degree of
"The courts have not ruled that
racial integration must be car carried
ried carried out just for tie sake of in integrating,
tegrating, integrating, recardless of normal
geographic districting," Odum
told Independent Bankers of Flor
ids, at a meetine here.
He ssid the parent option plan
of private schools, which the Leg
islature will be asked to enact
text year, will be needed 'only, a
scattered spots. jrto said hhas
not been sble to get; accurate in information
formation information on cost of private
school operation, but some schools
set up in Virginia ire charging
$20 a month, which is less than
the cost of public schools.
Odum told the bankers that pub
lic education might" improve eon-
Break Up Riofs
In Blanlyre, Limbe
BLANTYRE, Nyssaland (UPI)
Police used clubs and tear gas
Sunday night to break up angry
sative mobs which surged through
the streets of the ci y, Injuring
more than 80 persons .n a new
outbreak of violence.
So far as wis known, all of the
casualties were negroes.
Hiotins also was reported
Blantyre's twin city of Limb and
in Mzimba, near Lake Nyasa in
central Nvasaland. Zamba. where
nationalist rioting broke but Sat
urday, was at least temporarily
Rioters set up road blocks be
tween Blantyre and Limbe and
stoned cars traveling between the
The violence was touched off by
a mass meeting sponsored by the
"African Nat onal Conatess' an
ultra-nationalist group which has
been demanding immediate ces cession
sion cession of Nyssaland to native control.
Heavily-armed troops, carrying
out the "get ough" orders of
Prime Minister. Roy Welensky,
slormed into action along the
highways and mounted guard
near European residential areas.
rouce reinforcements movea
north to deal with 'the troubles In
"We have adeouate forces, and
we will not hesitate to use them,
Welensky said. "It is my inten intention
tion intention to use the most vigorous
methods legally at our command
tu maintain law and order."
In the Congo, native families In
Brazzsv lie, 1,600 miles northwest
of Blantyre, were s.raggling back
to shantytown homes in the wake
of lavage inter-tribal rioting
which killed at least 120 Negroes
The Brazzaville riots, aimed at
aettl'nt centuries-old tribal feuds
in the r reach-affiliated Congo,
had no connection with the anti anti-white
white anti-white outbreak in Nyasaland.
Clothiers See Cost
01 Men's Clothing
On Upward Trend.
CHICAGO (UPI) Men's do
thiers agreed today that the
canny shopper should buy now.
about 1V4 cer cent, is expected
in men's clothing later this year,
the result of pay raises, in tie
textile and cotton industries.
But dealers attending ''the 41st
annual convent on of the National
Association of Retail Clothers and
Furnishers do not expect this to
hurt the market. Sales are 7 to
10 per cent larger this month
than last February, they sld,
and an increase of about 5 per
cent is expected n this year's
The high-style dressers now are
buying the "continental," a fash fashion
ion fashion heralded by designers, and
clothiers since last fall, spokes
Dealers predicted about 5 per
cent of next fall's sates will fea feature
ture feature st least modifications of this
new look: the wa st nipped in a
trifle, the jacket lightly shorter,,
he shoulders somewhat wider,
snd the lapels peaked rather than
Some jackets will show dauble
vents in the back, most will hsve
two buttons rathef than, the hree
now generally worn, and all will
be more cutaway.
siderably under the parent option
plan because of private school
Only a few school districts in
Florida are bl -racial, he said,
pointing lout that schools in such
neighborhood!! are the most vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable to integration.
The Orchard Villa school in Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, an all white school which
the Dade County School Board or or-dered
dered or-dered integrated next fall, is lo located
cated located In. a predominately Negro
section and the board said the
pupil assignment law gave them
no basis for refusing to admit
four Negroes who live close by.
"Where residential areas by
race are not so well def'ned, the
criteria provided by the school
placement law, such a scholastic
levels will result in, s high de
gree of natural segregation,"
Odum declared. p
His speech, fourth in a series
around -the state, contained a de detailed
tailed detailed explanation of how the par parent
ent parent option system of r private
schools would work.' v
jAn amendmen': -to the state Con
slitutlofl woula he needed to al'-w
state tax money to go toward the
cost of attendance at a private
Then, he ssid,' there should be
laws which: s
1. Def'ne the reason and condi conditions
tions conditions which justify a child' w'th
drawal from an integrated publle
school and-his receiving I a grant grant-In
In grant-In a d with which' to Attend a
2. Provide for an orderly with
drawal of children from' public
schools and safeguards against
misuse of grant i Jn aid tuition
monev. 'j 'j-3.
3. 'j-3. Give reasonarWe-pfotection to
he tenure Snd ret'rement benefits
of public school teachers.
Murder Takes Stage
Al Diablo Tomorrow
"Murder takes .ThS Stage,"
which will be presented by the
Canal Zone Junior College at the
ablo He shts Theatre tomorrow
classified divisions of theatre
It appears that, there are two
leading ladies, played by Cynth.a
MIAMI BEACH Teamsters
President James Hoffa, asserting
his union is more interested in
h'gher wages than a shorter work
week:-- -v. -v s : f
"If a man only hsd to work
four eight-hour days at one job,
he'd just nave to 'taxe anotner
part-t me lob -u probably for less
r WASHINGTON Karyard econ econ-omist.
omist. econ-omist. Sumner Slichter, on eco economic
nomic economic growth ; t v !;
"It Is Impossible to achieve the
ipgximum growth of which we
are capable vithout having some
! SAN FRANCISCO i-' Df. Felix
O. Kolb, a University of Califor Califor-nla
nla Califor-nla specialist in bone disease, on
"Milk Is a fairly good source
of calcium and pro'elivfor human
children. It is probably no good
for grown humans at all."
CHICAGO Sen. Hugh Scott
(R-Pa.), urgng tronfr em emphasis
phasis emphasis on patriotism in the
schools: ; ,.
"I would like our schools to stir
our students to love of country,
to prepare them to counter the
washers of brains, u wis D6
NGV 17AY TO
impreve Skin Amaainsly
Uther face a full minute twice
daiW with Cuucura Soap. Ap Apply
ply Apply Cuticura OinUoenl nightly.
See blickhesds, estarpally
eauaed pimpHw dear
xoning mw Kf
appear la aayai
Buy today. s
Orr and by Mildred Gibbs, and at 'propaganda.' I would lso like
least one leading man, st te Car- cur armed forces to employ much
loo Meggers. more of ."
The maid, played by Tennis Spur- u
lock, is not just what She appears TOKYO .' Chinese botanist
while the advance man, ny Burner- cmang jnao-iauK., on iiruuuciua
he appears "new type pi mra:
ford Rivet, is just what
Eileen Damerau Is cast
operator of tlit summer theatre
owned by an old lady, played by
Carolyn Despain, with Eric Larien
cast as the doctor. Dan Alexander
will play the role of the country
sheriff, and Pav d Mason Is cast
V the play Wright;:,, v
fTbe rest oM; 13 charabters n
the comedy -thriller are members
of the acini; company. Jo i Aan
Harte Is an actress,' Gladys Milter
is an older actress, and Bruce Spu
lock la an actor. JV.!,.;or. .;'"'.
The single performance
"Murder Takes the Stage" wlH be begin
gin begin at 8 p.m. tomorrow
"By MKing ne- wniie irom a
of the goose eg8 and Injecting it. into a
hen S egg, i succeeueu in proauc proauc-ing
ing proauc-ing s large bird of great stamina
with very fine grade meat."
gA PEPPERY PROPOSAL
;. LONDON (UPn-A stockholder,
worried by recent bank robberies,
oroDosed at the annual meeting of
the National Provincial Bank that
tellers should be provided with
small bags of pepper or soot and
police whistles to be used against
would-be7 thieves. .British Isw pro prohibits
hibits prohibits guards from carrying 4re-arms.
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. r- 1 .' Va conducting experiments ori
I' f I equipment that is used to
I "XI ;!r- f A conduct experiments. That
'. r1- V 1 explained by a visit to the'
aVWV'V-'"'-lr' :rT -university's lab, where Prof.,
if-'. 1' 1 : "i 1 J" : On Rallsback and Prof. Mar.
old Skadeland made a auick-
chanee classroom. This lah
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ifllf- B Chemistry or binloev lah In
( ir' 'i -' If eronas. lurniaDies
tfiI'(r,Vf are divided into threa see-,
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lab assistants on the other
side of the wall rah t nn
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(ty v.8 experiments for other classes
lab attiitant watth from behind turntablts
The rotating turntable system
can eliminate the need for
cnemistry, physicr 6F btofogy, ?
Turntables will save .time in
the classrooms for research.
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sional laugh maker like Whimsical Walker can't make son Philip laugh in circus daisies in Cypress Gartens, Fla., is pretty Sue Bow
in Manchester. Enfiland. There have bewi clowns
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LIQUlb ASSETS NOW Rondi Stafford Mt eni .,
the cold shoulder whnn Kho
a nickel in Monroe,- Wis. Being a' wise business
woman, sne sold some space to Bobby Cassell
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an Uijusual show at motel in Millbrae Calif.: Therf were some. 100 prints Entered department stdre tries on one of many carnival MISFORTUNE KNOWS NO BOUNDS This East German refugee sits dejectedly
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'n th finals of the cress nhotoffraDhere1 rnnfot TKi. i. ui,fi,..
masks worn by revelers at festivals, hall and
' parades. Masks range from seductive to grotesque,
among his few possessions on a West Berlin sidewalk after a fire destroyed mosf
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT" NEWSPAFES
, TUESDAY, FEBRUAKT II, M5J
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ketball team: Manager Solly He
mus of the St. Louis Cardinals said
Jim Brosnan will be his No. 1 re
lief Ditcher this year: pitcher Bar
ry Latman was the lone holdout
when the Chicago white box open
ed full-scale drills, and J. W. Por
ter unloaded several "homers" in
a workout with the Washington
Jackie To Report Thursday
Wirile Mickey Says He Will
Stand Pat Until He Signs
By TIM MORIARTY
-NEW YORK. Feb. 24 (UPI) Jackie Jensen
and Mickey Mantle, two of the American Leagues
most feared sluggers, have a lot in common but it
doesn't extend into tne lie
Mantle has maintained he won't
leave: tor the New York Yankees
spring training camp until he re receives
ceives receives an acceptable contract. He
received an estimated $75,000 last
year, and wants at least a $5,000
"Once you arrive in camp, you re
dead,' claims Mickey, who will be
listed officially as a holdout if he
isn't in uniform when the world
champions open fuU-scale drills
Jensen, however, doesnt agree
with Mantle. Although he has al already
ready already turned down two contract
offers and insists he won't sign for
less than $40,000 Jackie says he
will be on hand when the Boston
Red Sox' entire squad reports at
Scottsdale, Ariz., Thursday.
Jenstn' decision to join the
Red Sox indicates he already has
agreed to accept their latest of offer
fer offer or he plans to carry his con contract
tract contract squabble to general man manager
ager manager Boeky Harris In person.
In a wire to Harris yesterday,
the American League's most val valuable
uable valuable player of 1958 said: "Receiv "Received
ed "Received contract today. Will arrive in
Scottsdale Thursday with same.
While the Yankees and Red Sox
were seeking to line uo their last
stragglers, the Detroit Tigers land landed
ed landed their "big guy" yesterday when
Harvey Kuenn signed for an esti estimated
mated estimated $40,000.
Converted from shortstop to cen center
ter center field last season, Kuenn enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a great year as he led the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers in hitting with a .319 mark mark-third
third mark-third hust in the A.L.
The Baltimore Orioles branded
pitcher Billv Loes, their perennial
problem child, a holdout when he
failed to report aionn mm umci
batterymen. Loes, who won only
three games in 1958, has refused to
accept a pay cut.
The San Francisco Giants also
were engaged in a running battle
with veteran right-hander Ramon
Monzant, who has asked for his re release
lease release so he can remain in his na native
tive native Venezuela.
"We sent him another contract
with a raise and we anticipate he
will Jlay," said Giant Vice Presi President
dent President Chub Fee'ney.
However, Moniant replied he
would not report "for all the
gold in the world." He added he
plans to work for an oil compa company
ny company In Venezuela and will limit
his pitching to Winter League
competition if he gets his release
frnm the Giants.
Other training camp news: The
Milwaukee Braves revealed thev
have received several "feelers"
for pitcher Gene Conley, who has
naecpri un soring training to re
main with the Boston Celtics bas
Service Center Theatres
COCO SOLO 7:00
track Hawkins' Arlene Dahl
H5HE PLAYED WITH FIRE"
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:50
GRAFT AND CORRUPTION
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
In Cinemascope & Color!
In Cinemascope fc Color!
Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray
"GOD'S LITTLE ACRE"
1 (Strictly adult fare)
'Chase A Crooked Shadow"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"THE IRON SHERIFF"
CAMP RIFRD 7:00
- And -"PRIVATE
The second game of the Rainbow
City Open Classification Softball
League was scheduled for 4:30 this
afternoon with a contest between
Powells and Ail-no-Moto at the
Rainbow City playground.
Saturday night in the season's
inaugural Stevedore Morris, be behind
hind behind the two-hit pitching of Bob
Moolchan, shut out igarillos Oa Oasis
sis Oasis by an 8-0 soore,
A crowd of over 80ft saw Steve,
dore Morris pound, out atotal of
12 hits off losing pitcher Alfonso
Diaz and Antonio Ouifiones.
Leading hitters for the winners
were Chester DeSouza. Cecilin Mc Mc-Morris
Morris Mc-Morris and Moolchan who had two-for-three;
and Ijovelle with two-for-four.
one of .ftis WU b.eing a
For the losers Aikm'an, bhe-for-two,
and Cafiote, one-for-three
were the only batters who hit safely.
Before the game got underway
B. I. Eymon, Transportation and
Terminals director, threw out the
first pifca&in vrpsntitlij0f
Gov. W. E. Potter, wiiuant .lump
was the batter and Godwin Moore
served as catcher.
Scrolls were awarded to Howard
Finnegan and Henry Thomas.
Francisco Brown and Crima Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Simons arrived late and re
ceived jwards afterward. Rodolfo
Tom and Jacobo Salas Jr., who
were 'Ui'hes given BcaaollsJ jrisovlid
The line score:
Stevedore Morris 8 12
Cig. Morris 0 2
Moolchan (1-0) and McMorris;
Diaz (0-1), Quinones and Joseph
Flying targets continued to work
their weekly bewitchment over
Gold Coaster on Wednesday past.
all orders of skill and lack thereof
being demonstrated with equal
cneer by sport-loving powder-burn
ers at the Cristobal Gun Club.
New, and extraordinarily high-
scoring, gun-handlerWarren Clyne
went well over the novice Skeet
ers' expected 9 or 12 for 17 kills in
his first try at the game, out-doing
old hands temporarily off their
form. Best Skeet-gun of the after
noon belonged to Walter Johnston,
who missed only once in tne single
round he shot.
Walter's 24 was two birds better
than any other pellet-flinger got,
his closest competition, Jolly
Roily" Casanova (20 ga.), Cliff
Hayward (.410) and Joe Kueter
(12 ga.) all busting 22. F. Chollar
and Wiltz Schexnayder (20 ga.)
tied on 21, whilst pushed by Jim
Mitchell, who slew 20. George
Lopp, his mind on Chitre quail
breathed too hard and slipped
down to 19.
"Doc" Moore flailed away with
a new. gun well enough' to score on
17, and went away with a well-de
veloped case of chevron-fever.
Bill Brand!, Trap precisionist,
warming up for the forthcoming
C.Z. State Shoot, went for 23 at 16
Johnston, the club's majordomo
of shntgun games, invited compe competition
tition competition from all Zone clubs for the
tough Capt. C. W. Stewart 25-yard,
50-bird Trap Trophy shoot to be
held on Sunday morning at 10:30,
March 1, and further announced
regular night shooting to be done
at 7:30 on the first Wednesday of
each month, his experimental
lighting of the range having prov
ejj highly successful.
Leo, mighty purveyor to the pal
ate, issued, a standing challenge to
all comers to confront him with
appetites worthy of his skill and
stock, weapons to be provided by
ine management o? bring your
WELL PROTECTED Jerry SawchulCfour, peers out from behind pads of his father, Goalie
Terrv SawcnucK OI LFeiroil xvea wings. Assaulting nu hcis raj, .........
brother Marty, Ave. offspring of Gordy, the Red Wings' ace scorer. The three cut up on ice at
Tonight at Mt. Hope
W L OB
2 0 t-
0 2 2
To Win Widener
MIAMI. Feb. 24 (UPI) "Bards
town' has become the oldest horse
ever to win the Widener Handicap
The :seven-Vear-old gelding from
Calumet Farms outran 12 young younger
er younger rivals to win $87,240 for the
Kentucky stable. "Nadir" finished
second and "Sky Boy" was award awarded
ed awarded third after stewards upheld a
foul claim against "Hoop Band."
Bardston with jockey Steve
Brooks aboard was favored and
top-weighted at 124 pounds.
Stewards vat Hialeah suspend suspended
ed suspended iockey Charles Richmond for
M days after investigators found
a Lottery horse-shocking device
in his possession. The stewards
fur'herv recommanded to the
Florida Racing Commission that
Richmond's jockey license ba
revoked perm ant fly.
At Bowie, favored "Tinkalero"
opened up in the stretch to score
a four-length win in the featured
Burch Memorial Handicap. "Sand
Boy" was second with "Alstar" fi finishing
nishing finishing third in the 1 house field.
And at the New Orlenas Fair Fairgrounds,
grounds, Fairgrounds, "Hare Raising" captured
the feature race with "Tenacious"
second and "Pete's Folly" third.
A GREAT PICTURE!
Mark Stevens, In
$1.10 PER CAR!
Randolph Scott, In
SEVEN MEN FROM
But May Be Late
To Help Syracuse
George Yardley is clicking at
last but it may be too late for
the Syracuse Nationals toovertake
the New YorK KnicKerDOCKers in
the race for second place in the
Eastern Division of the National
Yardley; poured in; 33 points, to
spark the nationals to a nationally-televised
139-108 victory over
the Detroit Pistons Sunday. Yard Yard-ley's
ley's Yard-ley's total was his personal high
since the Nationals acquired hirn
from Detroit and the Syracuse
team total set a record for tne
War Memorial court.
The Nationals, however, failed
to pick, u0nr4'sr-ounfl da the
celebrated "Carl Braun Day" by
whipping .the Philadelphia War
riors, 111-90. The Knickerbockers
hold a iVi game lead over the
Nationals with only seven games
left to play.
The division champion Boston
Celtics and St. Louis Hawks turned
in easy wihi il the NBA'i other
Sunday action. The Eastern Divi
sion champion Celtics whipped the
Cincinnati Royals, 129-112, and the
Western Division champion Hawks
downed the Minneapolis Lakers,
Yardley, cheered on by a crowd
of about 4,000, connected for 11
field goals and 11 free throws in
27 minutes, Dolph Schayes end
Johnny Kerr each added 21 for
Syracuse while Gen? Shue had 21
lor Detroit. The Pistons trail the
Lakers by 3Vi games in the West
ern Division's second-place race.
Braun, a 10-year veteran in the
NBA, helped spark an early rally
that enabled the Knickerbockers
to open up a commanding 31-23
quarter, lead. The Knicks never
were seriously threatened ai
Richie Guerin made 22 points Ken
Sears made 18 and Braun made
13. Paul Arizin had 31 for Phila
delphia. Braun was showered with
gifts that included an automobile,
golf clubs and a stereophonic lec lec-ord
ord lec-ord player.
Tommy Heinsohn's 27 points led
the Celtics to their easy victory
over the Royals and Bob Pettit
tallied 34 points as the Hawks
raised their home-court season
record to 24-3. Johnny McCarthy
had 26 points for Cincinnati and
Dick Carmaker had 28 for Min
fin? yiL'? v'.
- J v ;
ALL- AROUND SWIMMER Marty Holmes, age 13,' a consistent.
is wdnifev in H ge gonp, events will be moving up to vie tfon
some oi tne awarus in tne uniimuea evenis ai me ubiuuu viviv
Council Swim Meet Sunday at 3 p.m.
Albrook Invitation Tennis
Tourney First Day Results
Mark Dana, In
George Montgomery, In
"STREET OF SINNERS"
CAP IT OLIO
t iy on
RUN ON THE SUN
with Errol Flynn
with Rock Hudson
and Julia Adams
First day play in Albrook AFB's
Annual Invitational Tennis Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament began on schedule at the
main courts with a 6-1, 6-3 win for
Albrookites Kahne and Redmond
over the team of Daniels and
Schofield from Balboa.
Spectators were treated to some something
thing something of a small scale air show as
well as the hard fought matches,
when Albrook based J-im trans transport
port transport aircraft, here on the Isthmus
for Operation Banyan Tree, staged
close-interval takeoffs and flight
formations keeping in practice for
their long trip back to the States
later ii the week.
In other contests the team of
Hele and Ball of the Canal Zone
downed Oleen and Miller in 6-0, 6-2
f..hinn with Pincus and Piniua
(,vin 'thpir eame 6-0, 6-1 from
ii,u;f.c, muinm and Howard
Substitution proved lucky for the
team of Huebner and Hele, Jr. Mr.
iTi.ohniir tennis enthusiast from
Panama, learned about the tourna
ment too late to enter am
hand as a spectator when it was
discovered that William Hele, Jr.,
from Balboa, was minus his sched scheduled
uled scheduled partner, Robert Graham. A
-i..t mm.wnw sent Huebner on a
dash for his shorts and racket to
ik. vonnhiif rpturninff just in
time for the match.
Huebner and Hele, Jr., went
from there to take a hard fought
game from the husband and wife
team of R. C. Tomanelli, of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, 6-3, 6-0, winding up the morn morn-inc's
inc's morn-inc's plfly
Today's schedule, finishing the
first round, will be:
Hele and Ball vs Barrera and
Kahne and Redmond ys Powel
and Motta. '
Pincus and Pinilla vs Huebner
and Hele, Jr. u
Hearn and Nesbltt vs retterson
rnl N. E. Powel. Chief of Staff,
Caribbean Air Command, and Mr.
Motta from Panama drew a nye
in the first matches and will begin
their victory try Tuesday after
The matches will be at 4 p.m. at
Albrook's main tennis course near
quarters No. 1. Plans now stand
to hold an end of tournament lua
cheoa for all participants la the
Officer's Club or Saturday, Feb. 28
to honor the winners and give out
trophies, according to Lt. Peyton
C. McFarland, Tournament Proj
Wesley Ellis Jr.
Wins Texas Open
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPD--Wesley
Ellis Jr.. 27. shot a four
under-par 67 to win the $20,000
A .triangular track meet will be
held at Mt., Hqpe 'Stadium to
night,' starting" at 6:30 p.m.
Ralhna Junior College, and
Cristbbal-iHigKhool will duel
each, other for- individual Honors
for'"' file second time this' season:
Many changes will "Jake- place in
this meet, when all clubs will be
moving several participants a
round in various events.
Cristobal, will be entering more
relays, and Junior College is ex
pected to have several additions
their small squad. Balboa, will
be much stronger in this meet.
With another week of compeii
tion under their belt, they win
improve with a bundle of first
The top running events of the
evening- will be the 880 yd. run
and the one mile run.. It seems
as if Abel Lagassie, B.H.S.' .top
miler, will pull out a victory over
Joe k Lorenzo, C.H.S!, miler after
a surprising race last week, in
Balboa should win most ,-of the
Id; eifents. and will 'certainly
De tops jn tne springs wun vna
lie French and Johnny Morris
running out in front.
Junior. College will have Jim
DesLondes,';Mank Pederson.' and
Bill, GibsotU' gathering, ost of
their poiftus; ..Gibson cou)d be ; a
triple raBtttkr erf but' tso far
has wM. JlM&Stfiefcucft limprove-
ment;As ofTnow,, he hasn't, come
Clpse to his high school reqqrds
oi. iast year. '-JjTti.
Field events will start at 6:30
p.m., with the running events tol tol-l,owing
l,owing tol-l,owing at 7i00 p.m.; i
.uraer ot events: x
6:30 Pole vault, high jump,
broad jump,! shot, put, discos.
i.uu iu ju. nign nuraies.
7:15 100 yd. dash. 1
7:25 One mile run.
7:40 440 yd. dash.
7:50 440 yd. relay.
8:10 180 yd. low hurdles.
8:20 880 yd.: run.
8:30 220 yoVitesh.
8:40 Spring medley relay.
Santa Cruz 70-43
Los Guaracheros de Ctlon de defeated
feated defeated the favored star-studded
Texas Open golf tournament Suti.4.'v,of oanta Crus, Canal Zone,
day, but he fought a neck-and-ijy lY ij e tu y 8
Gymnasium,, .before, enthusiastic
fans. The game was organized by
tne iiem day committee members.
Phil Walker and Edmund Joseph,
as part ot -tne Ueorge Washing Washington
ton Washington birthday celebration, sponsor
ed by the Alteon Payroll Branch.
Earlier in the 3av Santa Cruz
sottball team beat, the Ancon Pay Payroll
roll Payroll Br ancji 16-4. The winning pijh
er was Ignacious Pashal and tne
loser Edmund Joseph. The top
scorers of the Guaracheros cage
team were Arturo Agard 23, Mi Mi-guelito
guelito Mi-guelito March 16, and Ernesto Da-
vey with 12,; points, respectively
Fine playmaking. and guarding
were rendered by Victor Cafiate,
Kooerto Marchi Patricio Harnstn
and Hugo Amadee.
utual of Omaha
Coca Cola i
Elks i .(,-.'
Legion t V ri. i i-Pirates
Pirates i-Pirates r rr,r?'
PoUce Patef-s")" :
Luther Ouina made' Little
League: historyv when he-turned
n ins second' i perfect pitching
performance the aeason, as Mu
tual of Omaha-defeated the Po Police
lice Police Pals 5 tar 0 Dr Thursday aft
Quinn not pnly rallowed' nt bits.
runs or men to reach first base,-
but he came near to striking, out
every batteru to approach the
plate. Sixteen men went down
swining and theremammg two
outa werei made by pop' flies to
the pitcher and. tc- second base.
Kenny Karpinski of the Police
pitched well-enough tt win most
any ball game. He allowed only
two hits, and all five runs scored
against him were unearned. He
struck out eleven batters.
Mutual but the game on" ice in
the very first inning when Larry
Quinn greeted Karpinski with a
single. Wayne Seeley laid down
a perfect bunt leaving' .men on
f'rst and second with no out. Kar
pinski then struck out, Mutual's
two big guns,: Billison iind, Luther
Quinn. Jeergerti EvatiS' hit a
ground ballwhich shoutcl Tnav4
been art easy out, but the ball;
was bobbled' and two funs .tross .tross-ed
ed .tross-ed the plate,' enough to win the
The box score: '':
Mutual of Omaha Ab R H E
QuinS, La; 2b 3 1 10
the Vaek with' three" for' four, orir
being a doublerTerrr-Tobin,. Pan1
cho Motta and-"Jerrv Pahon
hit doubles. l rr, .m
The-box'-score':-'-.. : fc-S5l
C. BoHltrs '-'l-'Ab'R 'H Si
Willlford, 2b T "t w f $ q W.
uriffon, a Zb. -1 o
TDbin, ss 3
Sancher;"p ; :1," s'2 3
Hutchings, e : 1 4 1
Bender, 3b Jf 4 0
McLeod, lb 2 0
Griffon,. H,; cf .''Sll
Brooks, N.', ss
Sanders, Jo., p ..
DeBoyne, cf ,f-v
Sanders; Ja., 2b
Hookins, If ;
Acheson; lb '.
Score by, inmngs: .. .--C.
C. Bottlers. 004:402244 9- ,,
-3 0 1 ,JL
Seelev. cf z
Billison, ss, 8b
Quinn, Lu., p
Hakanson, R., R.,-Owen,
Owen, R.,-Owen, rf
22 ? 2 fl
Xn,'!Police,'Pal .downei ;the
rates d to 0 on aaturoay morningM
in a fast, moving same' which.
was a play-off tf a first ialf posL
poned came. The- Police unveiled'
a realpitehing flndvin. R'ckie Ha
laasbq who .threw .one-hit shut-out
paix. 10 win uis iirs pucmngr.
start. ... f -r'-:A Z,, '.'
The Pirates threatened in th&.
first inning as Bob (Sanders walk
ed and Tom Hickey rngled for
what proved to be the only Pfc.
rate Jiij;. ; With twij. men" on andU
wie UMi, 4iaKanson .men strucx
wi me jiBAi mree uaiiers 10 enag
the Pirate threat, their,: only one
01 me game.
Larry Christoph started lor tha
Pirates nd ran into trouble- foj
the second frame when. John Hot,
singlet They, tallied again in ;i thfc
M oo .b.ack tn.bacjc doubles bij
MicNamee and Karb-nski. .. Frahfib
wrnnci took over the Pirata
pitching in the' fourth and limit.'
18 0 ,3
Score by innings:
Mutual of Omaha 30? 0005 2 0
Police Pals 000 000 0 0 3
Fridarr lafternotni' the Coca Co
la Bottlers won ther second
game 'of'ttief geemd!lralf'l)Sf tittftfily, ff
feating the'ElkS'8'to'ft JohnSan4smitK, If H :.' eJ
ders and Ricky Sanchez: two' of
the league's better pitchers op
posed each other on the mound,
and both boys had off days each
allowing 9 hits.
The big bltw of the game was
Bob Hutching's third t n n i n g
grand slam home' rum hit while
his team was trailing 4 to 0. The
vlbw seemed to bring his team
to life as they went on to score
2 runs in both the fifth and sixth
innings to pin a loss on the fa
vored Elks club. John Sanders
hit his fwst .home run of the year
in the first innrng-with ene-'man
The day- strdtly ftr the bat
ters with Ricky Sahchez leading
by Kenny Karpinski and Richie
Hakanson. .r- ;'
The pox score
Wiberg, lb ;
Tortoriciv cf, p'
Ab R H
2 0 0
1 0 0
:;';,-vi 'a 0
,1 ;,o 0
19 0 1
(a) bfttted ftr Sanders in 6th.
McNamee.' SS" :
Hakanson. R. p. ;
Carden, If f
Tbtal8W:'? "t ,Krt,.fM :8
Score by innings: ct? -Pirates
' vOOO O00 0 1 4
Police Pals A Oil 01x-4 D
11 3 r
- 0 -0"
Kentucky Climbs Back
neck battle with defending cjiam
pion Bill-Johnston that .was Unde
cided until the final hole.
The four-day tournament -was
plagued until Sunday by cold and
rain, and it affected the scores.
The winning total of 276 was the
highest winning score; since 1934.
jonnston, 01 rrovo, man. ana
Ellis came up to the final, hole
all even. The 18th hole at the
urackenridge Park course M-, a
par three 185-yard hole.
Ellis banged his four-iron lee
shot to the back of the green.
which enabled him to get a. par
t . ree and a four-round total 101
276. "But Johnston pulled his-four
iron tee shot and the ball fell into
a creek guarding the green. It
cost him a double-bogey five ana
ne mushed two strokes behind m
lis with 278. v
Johnston's lapse enabled Tom
Nieporte of Bronxville.. N.VV' to
sup m ana tie him, also at 278.
Both runners-up collected $1,650
While .111$ got 1,2,800.
Doug Ford, of Paradise. Fla.,
and Tommy Jacobs of WhUUer,,
uaui., eacn naa a total 01 zau, ann
a tie for fourth place. They were
paia 11,190 apiece. uirMiiceisau
vun v r- utvooiua.vti, n.ai "c'l
sixth with a 281 and he collectedl
$1,000. w ..
AWAlt "FIGHT" DECISIOW!' S
SYRACUSE (UPI) 'Maurice
Podoloff, president of the National
BasEelball Association, expects te
rn ake a decision regarding referee at the age of 19 in 1918, and was
Sid Bofc a's fieht with a fan last with the Athletics. as a reliet pitcn
Thnrnrtav "some time next week." I er for three seasons." His major
Podoloff conferred with the fan J league recprd was one victory tan6
rmtl 1 LI. r .... I 1 t T l.t.a nl ....J TAtMf
em noas, ana 111s uoiuj(-
UPI First Place
Tomorrow For Lefty
Wild' Bill. Pierson
1JPI) .Funerai;,serviCM 'will b
new jiere. lomorrpw ior yyiuiam
(Wild'Bill) Pierson, former pitch pitch-er
er pitch-er fbr the Philadelphia Athletici
who died Saturday nieht at Atlan
tic City, GeeralHospital ftllowing
a .p.riet,.nness. j; ;y,
, Pierson, 59. also known as-"I.ef-.
ty leti Atlantic city nign acnooi
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK OJPI)-. The Ken
tucky Wildcats clinibed .back mtp,
first place yesterday la J W ah en
1 ess International's major col college
lege college basketball ratings, wjtbonly
I weeks remi&iwtWroeticle;' the
Coach Adolph Rupp's Wjldcats
lost the tdpp0t W 'North Caro
lina last week after losing to Mis
sissippi State They regained No.
1 berth in tne wane 01 a -ao Sa Saturday
turday Saturday night triumph that snap snap-ped
ped snap-ped Auburn's 30-game v i c 1 0 r y.
streak. v ".'
But the Wlkicats 2-2 could ot
afford to relax, in their final re regular
gular regular season games, a home clash
Monday, night wjth Alabama add
a road game at Tennessee Satur
day night, ;
; Wt 1 1 Fir it acf ,Vh,i'-:
14 The 36 leading .coaches who rate
the teams for UPI save Kentucky
13 first-place, votes nd 301. points
but made Kansas State 21-1 a Close
second with 16 first-place, voted and
293 points. Kaas State actually re
ceived more flrst-nlace votes but
Rupp's team moved from (third tp
tirst oy drawing more .vows ior
second, fourth and filth place.
Cincinnati., moving VP n fto
fourth, was.lthird yib three first
first-place vote and 244 points aL;',;
ter. losing to Maryland. Saturday
nignu v i ., j..: .. ,,
North Carolina State,. Michigan
State, Mississippi Sta,te, Auburn,
California and Bradley completed;
the top 10 in that -order. MissisVi
sippi State advancecl from 10th
seventh with a 22-1 record.' boasCi,7
ing more viptories than. any other,
team in the, select groups ,.
Bradlev was the ohlyVnewcomelf
in the top 10, advancing from 12th.
to 10th after defeating. SL. Louis,,
last week. St Louis slipped fronv.
: i i a aiLV,,,
v;r, biutfiC,, $ : j: r .cmoUb. j.,t.4,l l'tht wat.i
pichfh to 12th: -,.
TCU Head $eond Group :iA
Texas Christian::, newly-crowned;,
Southwest 'Conference 5chajnpumte
headed the second 10 group. St.
Louis, West .Virginia utaa, Mar Mar-Cjuiette'
Cjuiette' Mar-Cjuiette' Marylandfi,Navy, St. Bena,
ventureiiLoiiisville.Wo; St, My!i
rouniolei' out, th& top 20 jn that ciH
der.; Washington waa the only thr.
er tean mentioned on this week'j,.
ballots;v;W ''','.. !i
With points distributed on a Wi
9-8-7 64-3-2-basis for votes fromu
first'ihr,iUgh lOtb nlace, North Ca Carolina.
rolina. Carolina. State was fifth wilh J79iTln
came Mlchignih State? legMiaitsG
sippi State 98, -Auburn 87, Califo"'
nia- 88 and Bradley 4fl.f' it
. The top 10 wu composed of five'
teams from the South, three from 1
the- Midlands and one each front;
Far weafc;, -.u
jti'v i ".n-
TVESDAT, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 ,r -;
TBI f AM AMI AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY TOWSPATO
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i Previously; JpribeatejfTeam
me bear yvas No bargain
-On Pocket And Nerves
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v t f iND SHORT OF IT
lh Wit''' fjh '3P.' IOMlTtJiH&tV IX Ife
: DrdpsYQose 5:4; Decision
ThV- prtviwily -inviaelble .West-jbanr'wid loljineUd1- lendlug
ias&ouewitn artims jm" joins
throueh the entir teatta' unde
fettea, wert jolted out of their
complacency by Panama lnsurauce
who beat them & to 4 in Monday's
Ult at the Balboa Stadium. .,
...With the score tied 4 to 4 to
the bottom of the ninth, and bases
loaded, Dick JlcNatt, peppery out
fielder for the Panama Insurance Insurance-inea,
inea, Insurance-inea, singled., to drive in the tie-bj-eiking
run sand gave his team
the tirst victory over the hereto:
fore' unbeatable Westinghouse uine
ii Westinghouse, with a string of
ten Victories and no defeats, ex-,
ppcted to have n easy, time with
Manama Insurance, who ended up
in last position in the first ahlf of
the -recently completed American
legion .Junior Baseball .League,
but such .was not to be,, as- the
lhsurancemen, behind the tiue
defenisve pitcning of Tom Bright,
adored Jive times on six bits.
JVfter trailing jy tworunsin .tosJuw-wst of 'th .wek so that all
first innings,, jiay Amato, jpitcu
lfig tof Vvesunghouse,. gave up twoJ
ilLlTttkb. DUUtt UUL ami
Brignt singleu, driving in ms
Wotuer 'loin toright. rearson nit
ar-yrounder to attur, whicn snould
nive been aa; easy out dui tae
biioiiSiop maue a wao peg to first
ahVi-eVsoii was safe
VVomoie advanced 10 third and
Continuing on in to score the sec sec-ona
ona sec-ona run, ana itank aright enaed
u on uura. ;'"
fiDick &cou-went down for the
second 'but via toe strikeout route.
Vftta a man ton tmra ana second
base onei .Pearson stole tecoua
Aihato piaying 'feit "iieta itor iaha"
aa lnsurauce connecteo tor a sin
gie scoring ran Origin and Jacn
rafson. iora who went ia toe
Kiamco in me second struck out.
Westmgnouse pushed" across sin single
gle single runs in tne tdurth and sixth to
W up the ball' game and there theJwi
core" remained imtfl' the. ninth inBi
hiiueo Martin, leading oifs for.ToUU
Wesnnghoua, struck out, The
third Strike got aay from the
cStcher and. martin made it saie-ly-
to firsv. -Morris fheu out and
Martin advanced to second, aud
leading hitters, .Sims Allen and Al Alien
ien Alien Scott to 'retire, the side:
In the bottom' of the ninth Ama-
tflied 6tj Iijrd, a bae on
seole third;., With wit one, out afld,
Bneht struck out' the league's two
fudging by theleVrtal
tMs desk, on-tracn dbiuub,
y from of betting, calculated to
?epulse additional tax gouges wo
be most favorably received in our
This is tne one rc
n.r is unanimity amuu
rtede'S, whose sentiment, api 3
tcr reflect,' less indorsemenV at
eambling pr se man vvf.-.
against further raids on tofe-me, 1
It may be a measure of despair,
migration, or both, that of 32 let let-trs
trs let-trs in the weekend mail, only two
touched' upon the moral issue n
discussing Mayor, Bob Wagner s
scteme to bklance the budget by
open betting, -'y'- "
As wiU be noted In the sub-
idned excerpts, opinion varies as
toprocedure and practicality, ior
example, a former bookmaker now
" .jii,-'i nn.t.t Saratoga (who
haooens to'Wvell knofM
writer) agres; wtth wm mew
bers of the Mayor's committee ; that
the plan won't end ellicH gambling
to wit: '. :' II
. "As you wrote., the big ; play to today
day today is on basebtll. When Kefauver
th wir. service1 out of otist-
1.. ih. hi iwil rooms rhad 0
in. nil ntion around-'the:coun-4
try feU off;:ybe8p Ptfcentj
The Mayor talks about getting $200
miluon in taxes, tie a s mv
nr. with the. old nool-room tech-
nioues, but the way he's got it out outlined,
lined, outlined, with the payoffs deferred un until
til until 'the following1 day, the state
would be lucky to break, even on
the operation." v
From C. L. T., Rye.
It?., .nnncitintl will ahii
irbm temptation, fine, if it, will
IVw t reUef. finer still. If this
makes me a poor citizen, so be it.
rWi in ppttine damned tired of
taxes piled on taxes end without!
J"As I understand U, horse ma machines
chines machines would be installed all over
town, this at ireat cost in qu p.
nrtnt and personnel Why not slot
nwhlnfts which are so much
cheaper and operate themselves?
And ran -nvrin honestly argue
ytljat one type of. betting machine
Deuer, or worse, ior- cumuiu cumuiu-niy
niy cumuiu-niy than another type? (
. Why Not a Lottery
- "The slots itrfuld hi adjusted to
the same take-out as the off-tractc
machines So what would be the
'dlfferencef After all, the' princip principal
al principal idea is to tap a new source of
revenue, isn't it? Who cares whe whether
ther whether it's horses1 or jackpots, if
there's no sound alternativer'
About half, the letters suggest a
' lottery in some fdrm. .r.'(Mrs. A.
B;, Jacksoh Heights, L-V writ en,
"Somehow I find open betting dis distasteful
tasteful distasteful and while I'm', not overly
ftstidious, I doubt very muea nta
I -xvould ever visit one of Ue public
places Yeli i' we bad" a drawing.
, such as the Irish Sweepstakeat I
' would think It both fun and exclt-
:' : : I1',
Lor io second. Womble -Hied out
anct ien sngni wauteu ioam me
bases. With two outs the littlest
player on the team Dick McNau,
who in-Sunday's gaine hit a home
run, singled aeridiag in Lord froin
third with the winning run.
' Sims Allen of Westinghouse con continued
tinued continued oil hit hitting streak col collecting
lecting collecting .three hits for five time at
bat. Allen is batting at a .506 clip
for the .second half of the Legion
loop, Frank Bright set the pace
for the victories Panama Insurance
by collecting-3 for 4. Winning
pitcher was Tom Bright while Ray
Amato 'was the loser;
s Both of the two teams will meet
again this coming Sunday in the
second game "of a double header
to be played at the Balboa' Sta
dium, xms snouid prove to ne tne
game of -the week as both, teams
are going all out to win.
xne respective managers
playrs tvfll' be in top notch condl-
uon ifor Sunday's encounter,
Ab R H O A
AUen, cf v.
Carroll, If -Pricei
IS ' 36 4 I 27 11
, - panamt insurance
Bright, f:, 1b : 4 J 1 .3
Bright, T., p
1 12 1
0 3 3
0 1 12
31 5 4 27 17
liases on balls off Amato, 6. Ba
ses on balls off T. Bright. 3. Struck
out by T. Bright, 10. Struck out
by Amato, 6. Winning pitcher, T.
Bright. Losing pitcher Amato. Dou
Die piaya.1 (Westinghouse) Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Bradshaw, Scott. Balls 1 (Ama (Amato).
to). (Amato). Passed balls, Price 2,'Dolan 2.
1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-4
r 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1-5
ing.to play.; And. the-way.the world
is today bit of Inexpensive fun
and excitement would do US no
On the same subject. R. B. Man
hattan, says:' ''What's wrong with
a lottery?, un tne evidence of th
metropolitan newsnaners. thr
cant be anvthina wronffiwith it?
iney mi tneir news, columns with
names amd.- amounts won everv
time tn irisn sweepstakes ; are
held. This is great advertising for
a caper which takes millions of
dollars out of our country .each
year.- Wouldn't it maka nu
sense, if .we kept the money here
ana piayea oup own lottery?
So, Who's PrlvHegotf? i;
P. S. of Brooklyn forwards a de
tailed sweeos Drosram nf'pmino
merit wheih .will be examined at
a later datei Meanwhile, this; pe-
Tipperai iSxsrK sxitei fcpeiation
spokesman promises : 'We wilt
give all racing fans the same od-
portunity .now. iceorded. ooly the
privileged. feW. Sinee traek- pa
trons have an overhead pf about
t a tn foregoing", f "cross section
sampling df reader reaction, falls
to bring the matter. into sharper
iocus, 11 is at ieas. maicauve of
concern, especially with respect to
Happened to .
SAD .SAM ZDLDAK
Sad Sam Zoldak. a left-handed
pitcher, put in nine seasons in tiie
American League and played with
one' pennant winnerT-Cleyeland in
1948. Sam broke in with the old
St. Louis Browns in 1944 and was
traded to Cleveland on June 15,
1948. after, losing four of his first
six decisions for the Browns. At
Cleveland he had a 9-8 record to
2.3 in champs, wkii the pennapt.
Zoldak wound up his major league
career n 1950-51 jvith the Ath
leticj i with a lifetime fecord of 43
vlctorlen, 'SJ "defeats. r
dak? -Now 139, he's a box-office
ticket, man at var loua Nw vrv
sports' events and 'currently' is
?5 to oegm with, while bff-track
l?r?i:w?Vld &tef thesame fa.-
shoving ducats through th wlcket'woman deal' with, Scotty Mahon
the ro ler derby, V '. , i being the man with i ,526 handi-
OILpS MOTH ft ft DIIS I
. MOUNE, 'HI. (TJPlj-Mrs.' Isa
belle Giles, mother of 'Nations
League President Wsrrr;i. jatj
sunerea a ; aiai ;nesn t ac in
her h6me j Saturday rhight.-'i She
was 91.- '' ,' Ift.K. i-.4-'.
Grace tone .T
W L Pet.
T L .175
Blue Star MIK
Pan-Am -tjett ?
Fldanqn Tepi -Panama
1 ty lOf RIYNOLDS
Today's gam put Fidanque one
game behind 1 tht leigue leading
ranama Ihsurance t e it m." Two
home-runs were hit in this tame,
one by Gueneri of -Fidanque and
one by Panami, Iniufanci
Baldwin,, lb v
Total s ,,,, .,
Epperson, as -Spencer,
.13 15 13
Dilfer, rf 1
n ii ie
Tastee-Preez 1 Pen-Am Jets 7
After hard fought game, tai-tee-FTeet
ittd Pan-Am Jets tied
7-7., Pah-Am. Jets need this game
to get out of the cellar.
Pan-Am Jets :
Mann x, rf
At ft H
4 2 1
15th Naval Senior L.asu.
Sea Devils 13
Sea Dragon 13
Sea Foxes 1 3
Sea Owls 13
Leading -averages: (Men) Glud
183, Rimmer 168, Watson 158.
(Women) Bathurst 140, Bur
chett 131,; Sullivan 131.
S.a Wolves So. Pokes 1
George Rimmer lead his pack
of Sea Wolves to a s to 1 win over
the sly Sea Fqxs. George, racicd
the new plastic pins on the newly
refinished lanes at the "Fifteen Na
val District lane's, for a 506 scratch
ana asi nanuicap series, rat. mm mm-bley
bley mm-bley and Buck Purdie also came
through for the pack of wo ves
with -543 and 530 sets. The Sea
Foxes averted a shoutout when
they bagged the- middle session by
11 plasticos. Mickey Moore and
Bud Weishaar were the top baha
nas for the Foxes with 534' and
518 handicap trio. Y :
, Soa Lions 1 Soa Drtgens 1
' The Sea 'Dragons were not drag
Cine in the opening round, when
lh the late "frames they knocked
enough pins to win by nine pins.
However the Sea Lions came roar
ing back, and splashed the pins
around to win by 30. The Sea Lions
kept up their pace and took the
next one by 63 sticks andx'tfith
that came out oh top for the toal
Pin: Marker i For the Sea Dragwis
a lady drason. Jean Sullivan was
the big splash with a 500 handicap
series. For the Set Lions, Howard
AUtcneit, bowled over, 527 handicap
count,, and Lou Glud came up with.
a zi4 single, sso scratcn set.
Soa Leopards Sea Davits 1
The Sea Devils least k aooU over
uie aea Lreoparas in tne opening
round and eked a1 ten pin win,
However from the'OBitbe ; Sea
Leopards cnangea their spbts and
won i the remaining ; three .points
without too much trouble. The Cas Cas-tros
tros Cas-tros took eharei of the v Km -r m
pards attack with Lou havin?a 535
se., and Guardian of the League
I'urse, v o i o r a s castro came
throuen witn su nandtcap. For the
Sea Devils, it was 'also a man a4
vwj. tm wuivuvvt vmui fry
. "'So.' Cats 3 Sot' Owtr 1
h f5aJ ; Cats 1 ajuffe 'thm.
selves' for three points' on the Sea
Owls The curtain raiser wis quilt
a tussle, 'but the Cats clawed it by
HO Qf BEATS
By Conrado Sai geant
An even dozen of trie track's best
horses have 'been entered for the
$7,500 added six furlong Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic which will
be run March IS at the President
Double Four, Siete y weaio, iva iva-gazia,
gazia, iva-gazia, Dependable, Blancor, San San-tUlan,
tUlan, San-tUlan, Evening Star, Don Lucho,
Quickie, DeauviUe, Quidlco and
i.ni -! the imnorted thorough
breds entered for the sprint fea feature
ture feature which was formerly known as
ih Srau1 Classic. ..
plunked down rpeWwffl
fee of $75. The owners of, the final
ntrles-wlU have to pay an
tional $1150 to start.
Th.r. Will b. thr.. eonweutlAe
days of hors. racing this com-
1.7'flse.s for Satwdainand Sun Sunday
day Sunday there will be an
on 'Monday, In commemoration
of Panama'. Constitution Day, a
March 1 but which ril tafc
noM Monday boeaos. Maren v
, i oOof- i
. nhiwill be held to
night at Santa Rita Park between
nX.-..nian lockevs and Chilean
nr. Gilberto Chanis, a
former- top flight soccer player
ti V. lia
Tn a preVouVVontest the under-
Panamanians won l-o.
Apprentice' rider Antonio Jordan
was the only jockey MMfoA
over the weekend. Jordan, whohas
been suspended on several occa occa-S
S occa-S previously for not showing
up to fulfill his contacts, ot
sttff 12-meet penalty. He
appear to ride GuaaalcanaMn Sat Sat-urday's
urday's Sat-urday's ninth race and was re replaced
placed replaced by Aristides Lorless.
P Jose Oscar Mendoza was fined
$5 for nothing the correct colors
on Fieltro in Sunday's second race.
Coral, a winner his previous time
ouUn an openly contrad tory net;
formance, was suswnded for eight
meets .for his poor effort in
Sunday's last race. Cora traned
his field from start to finish.
IscardUlo. which finished third
in Saturday's first race, was set
down two meet, by the veterina veterinarian
rian veterinarian because he had pahvin the
inkles of both forelegs after the
' Don Grau, which wound up limp limping
ing limping after Sunday's fourth race, was
riven 15 daya suspension .by the
W.r thos. who like ro .k..D a
record of such things, hof. Is a
list of the top ton Imported thor thor-euphbrods
euphbrods thor-euphbrods and th. loadlroi tn
native horses m earnings In lo local
cal local hors. racing:
i Imported racers Microblo
( $51,088.60), Main Road ($44,379),
Polemon ($43,625), King's Prize
9. They, the Cats continued to, toy
around with the Sea Owls in the
second winning by 74 pins. But in
the finele, the Sea Owls raised a
few hoots of thier own, and despite
eheckina anu recneCKinfl toe ouc
pin advantage remained, In Javor
ot uwis. ane oatnnust tamiiy
this whole kit and kapoodl. tor the
Sea Cats,. Kathy clicxed lor a 52;
handicap and hr hubby Willie
wallopeu a 569 handicap to aid his
iram. Steve stole' the snow for the
Sea Owls with a 525 handicap set.
L NIVIRS SCORIS
SAN FPANWSCO'if. (NEA) -After
25 years of trying, Ernie
Wavers scored a hole-in-one on
the 122-yard e!ghU hole of the
Olympic Club's Lake course. He
i the former' Stanford and pro-
($34,455), Amorio ($33,192.50), Pi
nard ($33,Q13), Perdulario ($31,
395), Tamesis ($28,483.50), Melon
dez ($28,362.50) and Jachal ($27,
Natives -i Golden Tap ($23,361.-
25), Casablanca.($2l,581.50). Coral
(zi,i4z.so), Kiqui ($20,100), Henco
(?i7,Z77.50), Baby Koi ($18,497.50).
Infant Boy ($16,460.50),. Black Zam-
OO ($15,211.25), Apache $15,047.50)
ana uomancero ($14,790).
-' Jose F.....Y. Bellone. whose Sica
bii' was one of five winners ridden
by Braulio Baeza last Sundav. has
changed the name of his recentlv
acquirea Argentine colt Dabaibe to
NEW YORK (UPlj- The long long-debated
debated long-debated question as to how much
money an "amateur"' tennis play player
er player makes annually in under, tne
table payoffs was settled by pro professional
fessional professional champion Pancho Gou Gou-zales
zales Gou-zales today at an authoritative fi
gure of "Jrom 8,000 to $10,000
"Tournament sponsors are bid
ding for your services," Gonzales
says. "You become receptive to
the highest bid offered. Eventual Eventually
ly Eventually you merely extend your hand
and wait for it to be filled."
A real investigation, Gonzales
asserts, would "prevent participa participation
tion participation in all major tournaments by
any of the first 20 ranking ama amateurs."
The one-time amateur champion
who now bosses the pfo racquet
wielders with an iron hand, makes
these disclosures in hiw new auto autobiography,
biography, autobiography, "Man With A Racket,"
and also observes :
1. The fault is with an antiquated
"amateur code" which provides
too yttle expense money.
2. An open tennis tournament is
3. He personally will be a cham championship
pionship championship factor for at least three
Tennis for the ranking amateurs
is as much a cheve as it is for
the professionals, Gonzales writes,
because the amateur actually is
"Missing is the exuberance," he
says. "A tennis player amateur
can suffer the same daily boredom
as a CPA poring over column a of
ugures. Physically tne game ex exacts
acts exacts its toll, He's dehydrated. His
feel take a terrific bounding. His
sacroiliac is endangered. His 'dis
position sours. His heart anl nooy
are taxed to the limits of physical
Acc.pt Highest 4id v,
Then, Gonzales attests, there7 Is
no recourse for those in the 20
to 30-yesr-old bracket but to take
"the highest bid offered" to beat
the "antiquated amateur cone
which allows only $10 a day ex4
A player seldom discusses his
banditry with another player,"
Gonzales adds, "one reason is a
PAF Tennis Tourney
To Get Under Way
March 6 At Rodman
The Panam Armed Forces Ten
nis Championships get underway
at Rodman Naval station next
week with the Navy,- acting, as
host. AlfHrVIV f! iV.
SinglerpiarwillWteir?rne tour tourney
ney tourney on March 6 and 7. The first
and second rounds of doubles fol folio
io folio won March 9, 10 and 11.
The remaning rounds are sched scheduled
uled scheduled as follows:
March 14: Doubles semi-finals
March 15: Singles semi-finals
March 21: Doubles finals
Marcher Sttgley 'frflair;
Representing the 'Navy will be
Cdr. Richard Sexton and Lt. (jg)
Ray Nesb'tt of 15ND headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, and Cdr. James Hiegel and
LCdr. George Bell of Rodman.
guilt complex. Another is that
some sponsors make you feel you
got a better deal than the other
' Calling for sweeping revisions of
the amateur code, Gonzales also
stumps against open tennis.
"I don't believe an open tourna
ment would solve anything," he
writes. 'Everybody who won prize
money would end up a p o. The
same pros would repeatedly take
the cash prizes.
"The line of demarcation between
pros and amateurs now is wavy
and vacillating," he insists. "A
rigid line with no over-stepping is
SOX PREPARE BROCHURE
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago
White Sox have prepared a 48 48-page
page 48-page pictorial review of past and
present White Sox teams and have
placed it on sale for 60 cents. Die
brochure also will be on sale at
all the White Sox' home games at
Comiskey Park this year.
HONOR TAR HEEL GRIDDERS
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UP1) (UP1)-Tackle
Tackle (UP1)-Tackle Don Redding, end Al Gold
stein and center Ronnie Koes were
honored Saturday night as out outstanding
standing outstanding North Carolina football
players at the Tar Heels' annual
Fof tender a
I Inventor of 71
,lfe5v "Aerated Al
I If coot 1
CINNCINNATI (NEA) John
M. Tait, a Cincinnati invest investment
ment investment dealer, put $3,950 into kill killing
ing killing and stuffing a Kodiak bear
that weighs 2,000 pounds and is
one of the largest kills ever re recorded.
corded. recorded. How much of his nervos he
put into k is another story
Tait, traveling with a guide,
hunted Alaska's Kodiak Island
for a big- trophy-sized bear, pass passing
ing passing up many easy shots while
waiting for the big ofie.
Thay spotted the bie one and
began trailing him. The bear, in
search of romance, lumbered in into
to into a thicket. The guide seean
breaking sticks to amke the
monster think anothe bear a
female, perhaps was at hand.
It worked. But Tait cou dn't
see the bear until he was 25 fee.
away, a grumbling, snorting
huge package of murder.
Tait knocked down his first in
stinctto run and lifted his .373
Weatherby rifle. The a.nimai:
swerved and the JOOgrain cart-
rwge-siammea imo tne leg in instead
stead instead of the heart. The animal
now swerved at him, 10 feet a
way, when Tait fi""ed again. This
time he got the heart.
The bear veered off and triod
to get away but three more shots
finally brought him down.1
Tait had to sit down. Married,
and the father of three daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, he wondered what he was
dbing taking chancts like this.
Tait shows off th animal and
films of the trip aiid figures it
helps his business.
To stuff the bear alone cost
pmimA. jf ill
i ifW 1 1 ill
ALL BY HIMSELF The Stud 32's six-year-old chestnut horse
Horacio flashes by the finish line a five-length winner in Sunday's
; featured. $75ft. Ramon, Aria Handicap at the President Remon ;
t.McetrckjiwacM'was'the only easy dinner among five piloted,',
by crackerjack rider Braulio Baeza.
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Ike May Veto Any
Deep Foreign Aid
Cut In Program
WASHINGTON (UPI) Some
of President Eisenhower's con congressional
gressional congressional allies predicted yester
day the Chief Executive would
veto any deep cut in his foreign
"I'd bet my right hand that if
the program is cut too deeply it
will get a veto,' one administra administration
tion administration supporter said.
Eisenhower was reported tt be
worried that if aid to anti-Communist
nations is jeopardized, the
United States would wind up in a
Although some congressional
sources have predicted foreign aid
reductions of up to a billion dol dollars,
lars, dollars, the consensus among vet veterans
erans veterans was tbat the cut would be
less than half of that.
Eisenhower sought $3,498,000,000
for mutual security in his $77,030, $77,030,-000,000
000,000 $77,030,-000,000 budget for the year start starting
ing starting July 1. The foreign aid re request
quest request was down 383 million dol dollars
lars dollars from last year.
But he also sought $3,930,000, $3,930,000,-000
000 $3,930,000,-000 in new obligation al authority,
mora than 400 million dollars
above'the Current year's total.
Some legislative experts believe
the President would h lucky to
get the foreign aid total he re received
ceived received a year ago.
Eisenhower apparently bf not
talked about a veto to his legisla legislative
tive legislative leaders, but hat made his
feelings about the aid program
clearly, knewa through kit state statements.
ments. statements. Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson and his House as associates
sociates associates were expected by GOP
leaders to hold back the foreign
aid money bill until the last min minute
ute minute to give the Democrats a club
over the administration m tther
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The Balboa YMCA-USO will
-show the color film "For Time and
Eternity" n Thursday at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium.
This is a picture showing man's
search for knowledge, and the mys
tery of time, space and matter. It
lso develops the theme of man a
dependence on God. This if a Moo Moody
dy Moody Institute scientific production.
The showing ii free and the puo puo-lic
lic puo-lic is cordially invited.
PlRK RRUPTS ON STEAMER
PORT SAID, Egypt (UPI)
Fire broke out in the engine room
of the 7,000-ton British steamer
Avisbank while it was transiting
the Suez Canal Saturday night,
but firefighter tug through the
flames under control.
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ture, furniture, air conditioner, Tel. 3 3-7658.
7658. 3-7658. FOR RENT: Will reserve apart apartments,
ments, apartments, one bedroom, livinfl-dininfl
room, maid's room, hot wa wafer,
fer, wafer, balcony, flarae, $75.00
and $72.00, Via Argentina. For
information, phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, registrator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-063$.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, B.W.I.
-(UPI)-id "Porky" Oliver of
Denver finished four strokes in
front of Bob Watson to) win the
Jamaica Open Oolf Tournament
at Kingston, JamaicaSunday.
Oliver had a W-hole tcftra of 277.
B-rnie Vosslor was MiW.
BUDAPEST (UPI, -Hunffarv
and the new African Republic of
uuinea announced yesterday thev
.111 t -- i .. s .. J
wiu cgwuusn uipjomaTie) relations
m rao near rtnure.
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
Volkswagen and Ghia
' : 1". ., ., .... :
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2door
sedan. Very flood condition. Call
FOR SALE: '58 Austin Htaly,
100-6, good condition, Ov-D,
6,000 miles $2500.00 Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1695.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman
Minx, excellent condition, one one-owner.
owner. one-owner. Low mileage. 0302 Cable
FOR SALE:'53 Ponriac 4 door,
new paint, good condition, wsw
tires. Call Albreok 2215 after
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
station wagon. Inquire Balboa
FOR SALE: 1958 Hillman
conv. Repossessed. Semi-automatic,
radio, 4000 miles. Call
Agency Dehlinger 3-4984, 3 3-4985,
4985, 3-4985, like new. $1450.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door, sedan, V-8; radio, power
glide. $1850.00. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: 1951 DoSoto, four
door, Navy Pacific, 3793.
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford coupe
$75.00, good transportation, C.
Z. safety inspected for 1959
1503-B, Akeo Street, Balboa 2 2-4415.
4415. 2-4415. Chico Velez Scores
Over Roger Harvey
Chico Vfelez, young Puerto' Bicaf
lightweight, beat Roger Harvye of
Bermuda tonight with long-range
left jabs and straight rights for a
unanimous 10-round decision at St.
Velez, weighing .135 1-2 pounds
to Harvey's 140 1-2, registered his
16th victory in 23 starts and taa-
Harvey is 23 years old and they
went into the ring at even money.
There were no' knockdowns, but
Slender Veler slipped'" t the can
vas in iita mntn woen he mused
Harvey forced; the action In near nearly
ly nearly eeryoOfld,but fleet-footed Va Va-lez
lez Va-lez beat Mm with countering left
jaDs ana siraignt rights. Harvey
shot mostly or the body.
Tho three ring officials favored
Velez on a rounds basis as fol follows:
lows: follows: referee Arthur Mercanti, 5-4-1:
judge Sam Irnm fi.?.l. nA
judge Joe ppye-S-l. The United
PresayiiterBational' agreed, -3-l.
Full day excursion
Sundav March 1
COPA twin engine
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-S.152
Monday thru Friday
:M a.m. to 12:N
t:et p.m. to S:M
Saturday: f:M a.m. to 12:
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System 1
III Panama CnlAn II
FOR SALE: Freezer, iron and
ironing board, wicker bassinet.
. Phono 4-6882.
FOR SALE: 1 sowing machine
(Damascus-Electric) $25.00; 1
Porch Glider, $20.00; 1 G.E. Air
Circulator Fan, $40.00; 1 Kit Kitchen
chen Kitchen Table and Stool 5.00; 1
Juice Squsezer, $1.00; 2 Bam Bamboo.
boo. Bamboo. Blinds, $2.00; African Vio Violets.
lets. Violets. 0302 Cable Hts. 2-4278.
FOR SALE: Magic Chef, gas
cooking range, apartment siia,
$25, Coldspot refrigerator, elec electric.
tric. electric. 9 cubic foot, $75, General
Electric clothes dryer, electric,
$75, all in excellent working
condition, but i must sell, before x
leaving Panama. Urraca Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 46th final, apartment
4A, telephone 3-6882.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room table, 6 chairs, bed spring
, on legs, quartermaster bed with
mattress 1 BM electric type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, old but in good .condition,
wickertchairs, Rollaway bod with
mattress. Must sell so make an
offer. Call Balbti 2-3782.
11th Annual Bowlinv
According to details released by
the Pan Canal Bowling Asocia Asocia-tion,
tion, Asocia-tion, the, 18th Annual Tournament
will have 44 teamm vents, 52
doubles, 100 singles, and 90 all
events. This compares to 1958 fi fi-gut
gut fi-gut of4ieams, 46 doubles 75
singles an 5 all events. In th'sr
team events. 20 quintets will come
frtm the Balboa Bowling Center,
13 foijm Diablo, t from Margarita,
a iront Clayton, worn auhtuuk
and one each from Fort Gulick,
Fort Kobbe and Curundu.
On noeninff ieht. of March T at
lp.ffl, the following teamfciwiHli MkMkWK MMUm
opetr tne tournameni, Aceat. ana
voice oi music iioin
Carta Vieja, Marlboro, Agewood,
of Diablo Classic League. Civarpos
and Medics from Fort Clayton, an
NCO from Fort guiick.
Sundav. March 8. there will be
two shifts of bowling. At 7 o'clock
the Major League of Diabla wjll
dominate ithe' gceiie, becaUsejSey becaUsejSey-mouf
mouf becaUsejSey-mouf Agency Paa'Am J eti, Wy an
Friction Froofing. Lucky Strike Ci
garettes and H. Horn a will tackle
the pins. Also the Powells of Co Colon,1
lon,1 Colon,1 and the Albrook Flyer will
try their skill,
-On the second snirt tcneauiea
for nine 'clock, will be Balboa
Mans league session Astra, Blue
Star, Kent Balboa Beer, Pepsi Co Cola
la Cola will display their bowling ta talents.
lents. talents. Also making its apperancc
will be the 1958 Handicap Team
Champions, ATSO from Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. An entry from the Balboa
Mixed League will also take to the
boards, under the Banner of Ca Canada
nada Canada Dm
Monday evening there will also
be S double shift of bowling. At
seven. Hillman'Cars. Lincoln Lire,
Tivoli Tours an Zenith Radios of
the Balboa" Men's Loop will be out
knocking down the pins. Also in
this group of Dowiers, en or xne
scratch team favorites will show
off its kegling, under the Auspices
of Seymour Agency oi me viassic
League. From across the canal
the Arnav Stars will travel to try
their luck, as well the Pace Set
ters from tne BaiDoa tomuiereiai
Monday night at t p.m., the
Balboa Mixed League will take
over most of lanes, Grecha music,
Bass Shoes, Paper Mate Pens,
Pahst Blue Ribbon Beer and E-
bonite. With these Mixed League
Rnwlers: will be the Latin Ame
rican-School of Albrook, and the
Martini Vermouth of the uaiooa
Winding up tne eam even on
Tuesday at 7 o'clock will be three
teams from the Majtr League of
Diablo, Pan Imperial Bread, Fuer Fuer-za
za Fuer-za y Lu,- R? Nehi, sofMrinks,
there also-will be the IAGS team
from Curundu, Ideal. Bread from
Bajboa Mixed and Cafe Duran of
the Balboa Mens loop.
. Last and certainly the team that
will catch the eye of all the spec spec-tators,
tators, spec-tators, will be the very strong Tas-
All firma and persons havinr account outatandirtr u
.with tha J. A. Jones Construction Company, svre ra-v
fjueated to forward same to Box No. 426S as promptly
possible bo that settlement may be effected. v,, v
. immediately. w
FOR SALEs One TV tuba ?7"
17HP4. One costumer, adjustable
Call 83-2142. V 1
FOR SALEi 9 oJt. Frigidaire re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator 60 eyele $50, 5612-D
Diablo. Phono 2-2864 after 4
8 es). ft. Fritjidaire 60 cycle, new
unit $70.09, call Balboa 3517.,.
GOR SALE: BARGAINS. Refri Refrigerator
gerator Refrigerator new motor,' $55. Now 4
burner gas stove, even, apt., size
2 mens, old $100.00. Small type typewriter
writer typewriter table, $3.50. Remington
portable. $25.00. Bunk bed 3
mattress, $10.00. 3, aire table'
$2.50 each.- 2 New bicycles,
$35.00 each both for $60.00.
Leaving country, phono Panama
2-3066, 9:302:30. Balboa
1344 after 3:30.
FOR SALE: Target guns. .22
ito, 3Sr.al. SfrW K3S, 45 aute
colt. Complete reloading equip equipment
ment equipment for .38 cal. Call Balbeo 2 2-3444.
3444. 2-3444. v
co-Battery team from .the Cosma Cosma-Dolitan
Dolitan Cosma-Dolitan Mixed Leaiue. This team
willrtu with Bud Balcer, fepe
Damian, uic. ovyautr; can ucsi
and Ed Lowande. In its ranks, the
Tasco has the only two- bowlers
on the Isthmus that have ever roll
ed a perfect 300 score,, in local
,Pepe got his last year, and Bud
a decade ago. In fact only; three
perfect games have ever being re recorded
corded recorded by American Bowling Con-
fress, off the continental United
tates, and two of these on the
ame lanes number 3 and 4 at
Diablo Bowling center.
rovomri, woon t H , v
The first round ef the i second
half ends with three teams tied
for first place. Powels moved in-,
to their tie with a three point win
over the Shriners.' Hoigan led the
Plymouth men with; a ,510 while
Judge had a 55- te lead .the
Shripers. Judge rolled, a flic sec second
ond second game of 222 but something
happened it his third game' and
he dropped to, an 89.
Police 504 was hign' tor jne
Cons. Stinsoh's 427 was the best
the Naval Station could; produce.
The voice ot music .cominuea
their winnint! Way by taMngfour
from the high powered Aces. Un-
ame io get rauingy wiio-'nw un under
der under the 40 mark, -the V'M had
little trouble. St. John- topped the
V-M With a nice 573 as Goraki
led the Aces with a 557
Gillette) are definitely-m M
cellar now even though they ;took
three points from the Vi;t i g M t
Bros.; Jones' 512 led the .HaDless
Plumbers while H. Them lei the
Shavers with a 496.
Team s f t
Cristobal PirMea M 12
Powells n 32
Shriners 1 12
Naval Statlo 1SU3
Aces 14 14
Wrieht Bros. 13 15
Voice of Musie If 'M
High far tha Weak.
Class A St. John 9tl
Class B Jones MX,
Class C Moorman t ,44'
125 179- 128 V430
152 r 133 ; 425
222 89 455
138 ;170 449
679 824' '094' 3197
727 "tlX 742 3341
139 175 134 4M
178 116 j ,150 444
165 146 :159 v470
179 134 197 510
Totals 813 833 829-2373
Naval Station -Lewis
144 "124' "lit S86
. ' u
, JOlt SALIi Lot 500 end 1.000
meters, ia the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbanisatiea, acroos the Rosaea
; stacatrack.. All lata with atroot
' fronts, towage, water main and
', oleetrkity. Cad W. McBaraott.
POR 3AUU 1.06C sguaro
meters in the best location of
, La Crasta, siturted etweea "V"
Street; and now orreet. For infer-,
matien plaaso all Tel. 2-2170
from $ a m. to 11 aeon and front
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE -On Via Arf.ntina,
Bl Cangreie, two story residence,
I bedrooms, 2 baths, studio,
recent construction $26.00. Cu Cu-calon
calon Cu-calon oV Co. realtors. Pheno I I-3330.
3330. I-3330. FOR SALE. On highest part of
Golf Heights on 2,300 M2 lot
I bedrooms residence, 2 baths,
studio $35,000 terms. Cucalen
Co, realtors. Phono 3-3330.
OR 8ALE:-i-Beautiful In Santa
Clara, well furnished house,, big
t. iMy terms.
Tel. 1.11 10.
tW 137153 137 m
f 1 147126 147 420
' 128 123 150 401
128 105 165 398
750 697 783 2230
of Music .
163 146 157 466
181.-132 177 490
188 144 133.465
185 158 ,123 447
211 184 178 573
908 765 768 2441
1 14 14 42
m 922 779 782 2483
.135 :142 122 39
191 151 152 494
, 264 ? 172' 160 536
7 '137 388
F. Tom si
18 169-129 416
l 137 195 491
; 153 13
Totalis ';' ',
,751, 763 782 2298
41, 41 41 123
.w . J9 04 823 2421
JoneS 1R2 TMIAA Kim
V 193,155 145 493
Doirgatt 92 r 165 is an
170' 154 468.
745 831 78$ 385
Cret Vy t Flioi
Alaa MavBdltaf Refrifaratod sad Chiliad Calf
Kow York 1 Service
Llt WTtinlj r e mmrm
to 'LIMON1' : .....
. "HEREWA" .......
Weekly stiliiixs of twelve pMseajef ships 1o New
Ytrk, New Orleans, Los Angeles, 5m jranciste
tPBCIAL: BOUND TRIP
To New Terk and Return
,' to San Pranclsea andor
For tetter Hosaa Service, Alwaya Alwaya-Rohr
Rohr Alwaya-Rohr '-
-. U.S. TILIVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami, Service
from 9:00 a.ni. to 10:00 jh.
TV, Radios, Hi-Pi. Treasiters
oaochlist. Wo sorvico all makes
ane) (noaofs. Wa olon't pretend to,
auaranteo our work. We tear-.'
antoa it.- ..J v' I
CRAWPORB 'AGINCIIS, TlvoM
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 1-1905.
fmmtt jmu aomo an4 nraar
ty ataiast Insert 4 a !!
Prompt acientifte treatment on
omoroency or, monthly BMate
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama J-7977 at Colon 1777.
WANTIO TOINT: Furnish Furnish-o4
o4 Furnish-o4 apartment or chalet, 2 hod hod-room,
room, hod-room, aaiot location. Phone J J-4676
4676 J-4676 durinfl oHise hours.
' LOST: Huntina dot ht Parque
Lefavra, white, head and ear
chocolate. Call Juan B. Sosa Streo,
' mechanioman Poplne. Tel. 2 2-2105.
2105. 2-2105. RILL-RINGING R ASK IT
EFFINJHAM. Bl. (UPI) Fire
n.en, alerted by a new alarm svs.
tern connected directly to the fire-
house, rushed to .Central -Grammar
They ;fonnd a basketball pUftr
naa missed tne Daekboard and
triggered th bell 'button. .'
BANTA CRUZdlif. fUPIi
Burglara will) a talent for tmpron
visaUon, came upon an acetylena
torch left by workmen in a aimer.
marl&ti Thej ptitly; xburned'J
open me sate ana took 12,000.
ara made by
Oallo f v lranistmii
iei. j-ei;, 3-iizs
. . ;
..... .Mac 7
. Mir. 1
9 M e n it... Mat t,
, .Mar. 16
..f..... Mar. 30
..............Ivery (15) Dave
PASSENGER PARES FROM
Seattle and Return
J! J X- I'
;4 S HR. SHIFTS .
$40 per week for Mch eMft.
Tea may work mere than on
shift. 1st. 9:00 12:00 noon.
2nd 2U)0 1:00 a.m. Srd..;' Srd..;'-spocial
spocial Srd..;'-spocial servkomaa's shift-6:00
JjOO p.m. Transoorrat'ion far-
nlshod for servicemen. All others
matt hav automobile. If y
are sales-minded and amhitieits,
see Robert Naratj Intarnatienal
Hotel 10:00 a.mv at 7:00 p.m
JK ACCOUNTANT WANTIO
PasitJoa afforod- by American
Fimi aperatlna a Colon Fiaa
t Zone to porsoa with acaoontinf
ttabiint and annarionoa. Apply
in wrftjna tat Junior Accountant
P.O. Baa 516. Colon. R.P.
WANTIO: Imjlish opoakln.
electronics parts man, Good pay
hard wo. Call Cumitdir Hit Hit-for
for Hit-for appointment.
- m OIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
PHONI BALBOA 1709
WANTIOGamral maid, live
in, must apeak tnilish. Refer References
ences References roauirad. Call 3-4409.
NEWvYOBK. Tab. 24 (UPI)
bTbestnct, market continued it;
cumb into unexplored territory
day, with- tradini' moderatady ai
- The Industrial. taction on Frida
--the previous t session cross
trfi0O -lVefc-iot tha first ttm.(.
history and closed at 603.31 up 14
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Amer Tel and Tat
x Akajuatf .Fual
: Beth Steel
. Canadian Xafla
Chicago Great Vaat
, Chrysler ;
Crown Cork and Seal'
Cuban Veneruejaa Oil
ltt- Pont -
1 Paso Natural Ga
; Fargo Oil
' Felmomt Pat
. General Dynaimiea
;r General Plywood
r Harsco Steel
.' Howe Sound .'
; Intl Pet
SfH4 7b-SfH4 Wk
Intl Tel M Tet
Martin Co r
New Eng Tel and Tel
, Northrop Air
. Sain Jaciht6J' i
Shell Transp r
Signal Oil and 4at 4at-Sinclair
Sinclair 4at-Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile O
Standard Oil NJ
Superior Oil N'
C Texas -Gplf Froda"
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4:30 Mr. Wlwd
8:00 Adventuiy t Soott
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7:0 You Bet Your Lilt
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Out of Rom
VIENNA (UPI) A Jewish em emigrant
igrant emigrant from Romania en route to
Ttaew Ufe in Israel said yesterday
thfct many non-Jews have bribed
their way onto Jemsh emigration
li&sto escape Communist rule.
Ue emigrant, who asked that
hip name not be used, was one
ofr 16000 Jews who have been pcr pcr-nfitted
nfitted pcr-nfitted to leave Communist l'.o l'.o-mania
mania l'.o-mania for Israel, carrying only a
fejw personal possessions and the
clothing oo their backs.
'He said at least 50 officials
of the Romanian Intenot Minis Ministry
try Ministry which handles the emigration
program have been arrested on
ter-revolutionary activity because
non-jews were caugn v..
country as Jews.
The emigrant said dozens of
non-Jews had gotten out. He gave
no other details.
'Most of the emigrants pouring
tirdtigh Vienna at the rate of sev several
eral several hundred day are reluctant
tfr talk for fear of reprisils
against relatives, still in Romania.
; Stime Jewish men said they had
bieea allowed ro take with thein
cWj one suit, one pair of shoes
dndfour shirts; Womeh said they
were permitted to carry one
dress and a pair of shoes.
They said the Communist gov government
ernment government promised them that
lpofe of their belongings, all that
0in pe carried in one standard standardized
ized standardized wooden box for each emi emigrant,
grant, emigrant, will follow later. No emi emigrant
grant emigrant is permitted to take out
more than 154 pounds of goods
More than half the emigrants
range in age from 20 to 49. There
re numerous children. According
Jewish sources here most are
ell-educated and physically fit.
They include professional men,
highly skilled craftsmen and in
f ml CENTRAL
1:15 3:47 6:19 0.75
8:51 P.M. 0.40
iM, 5:02, 6:56 0.75
8:53 P.M. 0.40
The Chill Of The Tomb
Won't Leave Your Blood
DP A fill A'
a. mr r-i w kin
Panama Folklore Program
Bringing Devils To Town
More thaffr200 authentic Paaa Paaa-maman
maman Paaa-maman musicians and dancers will
be seen in a two-mght Folfclore
Festival set for next Sunday and
Monday nights at the Olympic
These performances are part of
the fourth Summer Arts 'Program
(Temporada Artistica de Verafto)
organized by the vDepartmeht of
Fine Arts of -fh0Hhiil7;;-cation.
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Reserved-seat prices havebeen
set at 50 cents, with general' ad admissions
missions admissions of 25 and 10 cents.;.
There will also be special
block of 300 numbered 'reserved
A detachment of National
Guardsmen will be on duty in con connection
nection connection with parking safety, and
the Ministry has arranged for
the Union Club's staff of "parkers"
to be on hand and provide num
bered parking at a charge ot s
The object of: the annual pro programs
grams programs is to bring the folk dances,
customs and folk music of ;remote
Interior areas to the capital city
in uncommercinlized form.
Canal Zone residents who seldom
can visit the little towns in the In Interior
terior Interior at the time ef their festivals,
have a unique opportunity to see
the dnaces and brilkantly imagina imaginative
tive imaginative costumes at the stadium.
Some Canal Zone clubs may ar arrange
range arrange to see the program in
Among the unusual numbers on
the program is the "Wake of the
Holy Cross," a little-known cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, very curious and mournful
in spirit. In contrast there will be
joyful "mejoranas" and gay danc dances.
es. dances. The province of Los Santos is
sending its dance of -the devils devils-some
some devils-some "dean" devils, some "dir "dirty."
ty." "dirty." Weather Or Not
This Warner report for t&s 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High .. 93 83
Low .... .. 7J fg
High ... i..... 91 86
Low .... .. 48 75
(max. mph. N-16 NE-24
RAIN (inches) 0 T
(inner harbors) Z 99
Gatun Lake ,, 84.51
Madden Dam ,. .. .. 242.47
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25
5:01 ajn 16.2 ft.
5:26 p.m 16.8 ft.
TOMORROW 0 BELLA VISTA
U't MARK ROBSON hH5v
ft ISOBEL LENNART-R ''f
From the Atlantic coast will
come the colorful "mirror dance"
Various tamboritos and tunas
are to be seen, some danced io,
the music of native instruments.
Towns to be represented include
Atalaya, Pedasi, Ocu, Guarare, La
Chorrera and Las Minas. There
will also be a group from the Dan
Aside from being good enter
tainment,. the programs are of
scientific interest for anthropolo-;
gists and are a valuable source .of
material ior social studies.
Performances start at T:38 p.m.i
and will be over by 10 p.m. V.
Originally the floklore programs
had been set for Feb. 22 and 23,
but were postponed.
Those seeking information should
call Panama 2-0258.
In Union Hassle
PITTSBUROH. Feb. "24 (UPI)
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.
and United Auto Workers Union
Local 1036 officials were schedul
ed to meet today to discuss the
cause of a tussle between pick pickets
ets pickets and police that threatened te
erupt into a fnllSGale riot, c t
Some 20 police .officers rushed
into the push-pull melee yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Pickets of the striking union
had tried to block an attempt by
the company to move two rail railroad
road railroad flatcars into the plant.
Both .sides said they wifl. dis discus
cus discus thfcrsituation, whichsas.
ported tttMnvolve the removal w
transformers from the plant: to
fill an order placed prior to the
Twenty-six of some 50 pickets
involved were arrested on disor disorderly
derly disorderly conduct charges in the
fray. Thos!afrtsteAere releas releas-ed
ed releas-ed under W bond jahtahd TP
lice offleial sid court action
would be withheld until after to today's
day's today's meeting.
Pittsburgh safety director Louis
Rosenberg called the melee a
case of "orderly disorderliness."
Slight injuries were suffered by
two men in the scuffle at the
gates of the riant,
m .war k
The train crew tried for about
2Vi hours to move the diesel en engine
gine engine into the plant, but were frus frustrated
trated frustrated when pickets formed hu human
man human barricades in its path.
The police squad, summoned by
management officials, tried to
clear the tracks. However, as
soon is efficers; hauled j pickets
off the tracks, ethers hopped
pcMrtnera. .Thof a why Poc ghrls
' or oKwys looking tor nan man
A woman s story
asaA Man Called
Peter "as inspiring
The drama of Gladys
Aylward, who wrought
miracles, with the love
of children. ..who walked
with faith through
mountains of evil!
CHICAGO, Feb. 24-- (UPI)
Up to a -foot of wet, heavjr snow
isolated communities, ciosea
schools and snapped power lines
across the northern Midwetryes-terday.-'
ft- The1, f ast . movine storm awept
ihtd;NewrtYork tate, where -4jt
kicked: roads with a treacherous
coating of snow. Below ths rtorin
pei. was aa acy nmttwiw
andjaleet.. Vv"'' 'i-';.'
: Ai total of six deathsmestryjM
traffic; accidentiL'were -blamed m
iho tnrm three 'in Iowa and one
Pach in: Micluan4Mameotaf and
Visconsia.'.- J, .; yH-Jf
Elsewhere; searches r were
launched for three person misii-
"ihe fin: the storm. Blinding i-snpws
lhalte(J a large-scale -air hunt, for
a plane missmg on a ;weeir-ena
flight, from BerBhr NiH to Leb Lebanon,
anon, Lebanon, N.Y. ; ; : :.. v
b pasengerieri tbiDart tbiDart-moutii
moutii tbiDart-moutii University physicians,, one
of tiiem- Dr. Ralph-E, Miller -60,
veteran Arctic pilot and father of
famed Dartmouth .skier Ralph. E.
Wear Scotfsbluff. Neb, a search
was on for a misSing' 17-year-old
high school boy whose; car was
found abandoned on a snow-swept
The storm hit naraest at nortn nortn-est
est nortn-est Michigan, where it snapped
telephone lines and cut oft cori
mumcation to eient commumues
containing 15,000 persons. Schods
closed in Wisconsin, power was
disrupted in eastern Iowa, and
Imperial, Neb., was buried under
lOMi inches of snow.
Traffic slowed to a crawl and
communities were practically- par par-alyzed
alyzed par-alyzed in the Michigan snowbelt.
The moisture-Iadeh snow' cracked
tree limbs, which in turn -broke
through lines supplying power ana
telephone service to tnousanas.
At Big Rapids. Mich, the roof
of a big roller skating rink caved
in under the weight of a half, foot
aouin OI uie suuw, rums spai-
tered the southern Illinois flood-
waters which have driven more
than 600, persons from their
homes. Four more families were
evacuated from their homes at
Milan, 111., but the worst of flood
waters were draining slowly back
into tha lyabash River.
Smoof Y Paredes
To. Offer Shares
For Sale To Public
Smoot y Paredes, S.A, and its
subsidiary companies, Hasmo S.
A and Smoot y Hunnicutt, which
have been operating for over 25
years in the distribution, sale ana
servicing of General Motors, Corp.
automobiles, have decided to be become
come become a public corporation. :'
During the past months the com company
pany company haa received several bujptog
proposals, but the directors have
decided to offer to the public more
than 50 per cent of its shares.
These shares will be offered to
the public commencing. Feb. .25.
for a limited 'periotf. of time
thorugh local borkers whose names
ana addresses will be published
I A "J M mJmJ V 1.1 1
British ; Ship Owners Call For Quiclft Relief
From Threat Of Subsidies, Panlihonco Flags
Liz Nominated For Oscar, May Find
RominlWith Eddie Stands In Way
HOLLYWOOD, Feb, 24 (UPI)
Raven-haired actress Elizabeth
Taylor nominated with four other
glamor queens for an Academy
Award in the 31st annual Oscar
race foundi her chances for win win-n.ng
n.ng win-n.ng impaired today because of
her real-life romance with singer
The veteran actress, who has
teen in movies since a -child, has
as her competition for filmdom's
most coveted award: Susan Hay Hay-ward
ward Hay-ward "I Waqt to Live;" Deborah
Kerr, "Separate Tables ; Shirley
MacLaine, "Some Came Run
lung," and Rosalin1 Russell "Aun
The five actors vying for a gol golden
den golden statuette were Tony Curtis,
"The Defiant 'Ones; Paul New New-nan..
nan.. New-nan.. -"Cat ,on a Hot Tin Roof;"
David4 Niven. "Separate Tables;"
Sidney Poitier, "The Defiant
Ones," and Spencer Tracy, "The
Old Man and the Sea."
A colorful musical and a hard-,
hitting drama captured the most
nominations in the list released
yesterday by the. Academy of Mo Motion
tion Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by
receiving nine each.
The films were "Gigi," a tender
musical of a French girl' awaken
ing to love, and "The Defiant
Ones," a tough drama about a Ne Negro
gro Negro and a White prisoner escap escaping
ing escaping while handcuffed together.
IIBW BfctufWfwero nominated
as best films of the year. -along
with "Auntie Mame;" "Cat on a
Hot Tin Roof," and "Separate
The best supporting actress no
minations were Peggy Cass "Aun
tie Mame:" Wendy Hiller, "Separ
ate Tables;" Martha Hyer, "Some
Dies In Buffalo, I1Y
Alexander M. Fraser. ne of
the Panmaa Canal's senior old old-timers
timers old-timers and construction day
veterans, died vesterdav morn-
ine at his home m Bunaio,
N.Y. He was 90 years old.
Despite his age, Mr. Fraser
had been In cood health. His
h ftjit.h wds sudden.
He was much Interested in
the Panama Canal and its op operations
erations operations and last visited the
Isthmus only three years ago.
He was born In Wallsend,
England, and was a naturalized
united States citizen.
He came to the Isthmus in
ri.nKor 1007. tn wnrlr n a
bollermater and' shipfitter In
the La Boca shipways, then one
of the busiest tf the construc construction
tion construction day organizations. Later he
worked for the Mechanical Di
vision in Cristobal and Balboa,
all f his work having to do
with the boiler shop and ship ship-fitting.
fitting. ship-fitting. He retired in 1930.
Mr. Fraser Is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Janet Smith
and Miss Kuth rraser. both or
Buffalo: and bv three sons.
William A., now living in Ca Caracas,
racas, Caracas, J. Andrew, Dredging Su
pervisor for the Panama Ca
nal's Dredging Division, of
Gamboa, and Harold M. Lead
Foreman In the Electrical Di
vision's communications branch
. He Is also survlyed by six
grandchildren and two great greatgrandchildren.
grandchildren. greatgrandchildren. TOMORROW
i i VII s VI
JERRY LEWIS doesnUhweV chance hen Marilyn
traps for him in Paramount Technicolor comedy in
7 VistaVhhn, "ROCK-A-BYE BABY4 which arrives
TOMORROW at the CENTRAL O
Came Running;" Maureen Staple
ton, "Lonely Hearts," and Cara
Williams, "The Defiants Ones."
Nominated for giving the best
were Theodore Bikel, "The Defi-
anuOnes:" Lee J. Cobb, "The Bro
thers Karaimazov;" Burl Ives, "T
big Country;' Arthur Kennedy,
"Some Came Running," and Gig
Young, ".Teacher's Pet"
Left- out of the supporting actor
nominations ;wa Dean Martin, con
sidered py many as certain to cap
ture the r nod for his supporting'
performance m f'Some' Came Run Run-ning."
ning." Run-ning." .. t
iweciofs up ior vscars were
Richard Brooks. "Cat on a Hot
Tin Roof:"tStaniey Kramer, "The
Defiant One's;" Vincent Ninnelli,
"Giei;" Robert Wise, "I Want to
Live, and Mark Robson, "The
Inn of the Sixth Happiness.
Film .capturing the most nomi nomi-sations
sations nomi-sations behind "Gigi" and "The
Defiant Ones" were "Separate
Tables' with seven; "Auntie Ma Maine,"
ine," Maine," and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roo,"
six each, and I Want to Lave"
and "Some" Came Running," five
Nominated as best song were
"Almost in Your Arms" (House (Houseboat);
boat); (Houseboat); "A Certain Smile (A Cer
tain Smile). "Gigi" (Gigi), "To
Love and Be Loved (Some Came
Running) and "A Very Precious
y)ye (JUarjorifc Morningstar).
;N6mitftidhs futile best play
ana screen piay written auecuy
for the screen were Nathan E.
Douglas and Harold Jacob Smith,
"The Defiant Ones;" Faddy CJin
yefskyy "The Goddess;" Melville
Shavelson and Jack Rose, "House
boat;" William Bowers and James
Edward Grant. "The Sheepman,"
and Fay 'and Michael 4 Kanin
For Mrs. Ethel Allen
Mrs. Ethel Alien, a'resident of
Pueblo Nuevo, died yesterday at
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow from the -Trinity
Church of God on MariQ Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena Street. They will be
followed by interment at 4 pjn.
Mrs. Alien is, survived by
daughter Miriam Allen and t
son. Samuel Allen.
She also -leaves a brother,
Constantine Allen, an.d four
sisters, Lydia Patterson, Dorcas
Evans, Irene Alien and Viola
ugarrow. .; f
Rosseflmi Finds It
Difficult To Say
If He Will Wed
PARIS, Feb, 24 (UPI) Roberto
Rosselhm said today he has "deep
respect and admiration" for In
dian scriptwriter Sonali Das Gup Gupta,
ta, Gupta, with whom ,he has been linked
But he ducked questions on
whether they planned to wed as
soon as the tangle ovef his brok broken
en broken marriage., with actress Ingrid
Bergman is straightened put.
British and French newspapers
reported today that Rosellinni and
Miss Das Gupta would marry
soon. But asked flatly if the re reports
ports reports were true. Rossellini told
United Press International "its a
little difficult to say."
United Kingdom? -Chamber of
SMpptagnoday called for immedi
ate action against flags of conven
ience, flags of jQiscimujation and
British merchanf marine" would
continue to dwindle. N
In its annual report the Chamber
said the constant use of those
terma-"may tend to blur, the effect
of their imbact on the mind and
lead people to regard the subjects
as dead norses oeing unnecessary
continues: ''But it is these
oroblems. both individually, and in
combmation, threaten tne luture oi
British; shipping."- y
'The '.'danger ahead" sign tor
British shipping was reached
some year ago, said. the report.
But it placed tha .blama on a
world-wide shipping depression.
A deoressed freight market is no
new -experience for British ship
Their alarm springs from the
fact there is too much tonnage in
the worldand1-from the knowledge
of other underlying causes of the
When this is over they know they
will still be faced with competitive
conditions vof ever increasing se severity,
verity, severity, v
The renort said it can be tainy
claimed that the British merchant
navy is as efficient aS ever and
that a number ( of modern ships
have been introduced recently.
"But," it complains, other coun
tries are more and more support supporting
ing supporting their shipping by artificial
stimulants against which sneer
efficient 'operation by itself cannot
in, the long tun prevail.-
"Every time a country reserves
any portion of itt trade te the
ships of its own flag there Is a
further contraction of the field lit
which British shipping can eom-
"The more subsidies that are
riven to shini Pf iother flac.Jithe
less are the trading 'opportunities
for British ships."
British shipowners ; ean Justly
claim additional tax -relief, at the
national level, the report said, if
only to partially put Great Britain
in a better bargaining spot against
the convenience flags.
The depressed conditions ofl the
freight -market began to appear in
the last half of 1957, it estimated,
continued through early 1958,' and
then began to alleviate- slightly.
However liners, tramp steamers
and tankers were caught up in the
slump for many months.
The rkjtort said thr menace'' of
the flag discrimination has been
growing for years but that there Is
no evidence there has been any
progress in checking it.
It said 40 of the 4 countries
which used British ship In 1957
have practised flag discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination over tho last five years.
Figures from the report show
that by the end of last year the
combined fleets of ,the Panama,
Liberia and Honduras totalled 15, 15,-750,000
750,000 15,-750,000 gross registered tons an
increase of 13 percent- since, the
war. 1 .i.-.m
SNYDER VS SNYDER
DENVER (UPI)-It was Wes Wes-Jey
Jey Wes-Jey Snyder vs Wesley Snyder
yesterday in ftfunicipal y Court
Wesley E. knyder of Lakewood
'Colo., the defendant wa fined
$31 for his involvement in a trat trat-fic
fic trat-fic accident with Wesley F.; Sny Snyder
der Snyder of Lettleton, Colo., the com complainant'
plainant' complainant' ',
f ICtltltS Tl'lSCHEEH
Hitting the screen with irresistible FORCE! The
movies' bia story of the dreaded Meeltreaded ZBaU
tlewagons of the Desert",, and the steel-nerved'
men who conquered a' continent i with' them! See
"TANK FORCE" In CinemaScope; and ikolors star-
ring ,. v ictor Maxura- ana
Luciano Paluzzi Italy's
WASHINGTON. 24 Wit
A State Department official
ay vommunisi VDin (
most objective H fthe reductioat J
nd evantua elimination of"
military power and all otht
U.S. influarw In: Mu tn. C.t
Walter S. Robertson, Assistant
Secretary of States and .Far Eadt-
era policy expert, also told a sea
yesterday that forecasts of Mos-
Robertson contended that till
U.S. stand beside -Nationalist Chi -r.s
on Quemoy last fall had prevXf
enfeCommimMHna froiri buff
lirinrf' nil In. I.).. ..I!...
KODertson said driving tha u-
ijitod ta out of the far oa$
would be a first step toward ul-
' timate Communist domination of,
tho entire Far. East. r
IRobertsott ? id the CnineseX3om
niupiste .have", aoBg ; record o;'
fiilure to Lve up to' agreements
Therefore, he saida; is important;
to mane certain mat any disarma.
ment agreement Ao which CommJSrf;
nlst China becomes a party in"
ciuues controls and protective iifsj-
tween the two giants df XJommji-'f
nism, Russia and China, Robe W
son said it is unlikely that eithff ;
Moscow or Peiping will aHow d
ferences 'to- outweigh? the practical J
rnuuary, i politicals ana economic
advantages of Communist un'ty.r.j
Fermin Moreno. 51. Panama'?!
nian, v?as fined $15 today i'
runnlnr a red liehi at the. in--
tersection oti Dlab Road hj:
Walker Avenue., .
Carlos R. Atenclb, 27, Pana
manlan, was found guilty of
Ioitnering alter navmg Deen
arrested on Morgan Avenue-4n
the- Canal JSone.. He waa n-
tenced to 30-daya in Jail.
Speeding wdsvthe charge f
gainst Rogelio M. Aparicio, 37,
Panamanian,, who was iona
euiltv of driving 55 mnh in A
40 mph zone on Bruja Road oil
the west bank ox the canal. Ht
was fined t$l5
, Two taxi drivers, both Pana
manians, also appeared at to
day's Magistrate court seion,
Clarence C. Carter, 44, wai
placed on 60-day s probation for
backing on ft Terminal Plai
without due regard for safety.
Lionel A. Gilpin was the sec second
ond second taxi, driver. He was found
guifli4eavngfls taxi unfe
attended in a. no-parking zon
and lined j$5. c :
3:10 4:35 6:44, 8:55 P.M.
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KEWUt B0KAR COUiANO ANNE M)BREY
Leo aenn ana miroauang
most exciting new f ilm fire'
ppcuons-w insure k against -cneai?-
''Discounting talk -of cenflict .bB,'