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AN IXDEFCBBa .WfHRXl WILY
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Don'f itsfry 'Present
Tbt molkjLbttft vm..npwher in tvldence last night.. Gov, William E. Potter
fand a7ar1upporMroop. marched upon Margarita for the latest m the sene, of
open forum meetinga With' the various Canal Zone Civic Councils. ,f
P Brt there wane doubt that-all those present still had one memory channe tuned
. B-?.5! ?J io7Wh.n' in the same assembly hall, the civic air rang
was about to eecede from
f k famu. crls1s,, over
over," ana, iasi nignfc-M
Of Panama City
t HeHodttre (Ulito) Patifto;
who twice tried unsnccesslui unsnccesslui-5
5 unsnccesslui-5 to bi elected to the Pan Panama
ama Panama City mayoralty, was of of-licial
licial of-licial appointed, Mayor yes-
Tt the same time the outgo outgo-tag
tag outgo-tag mayor, Alberto Aleman, was
Earned to his old post as gov-
- ernor of the Province of Pan Pan-,
, Pan-, imi to replace PedBceasor
as mayor, newsman; JoseOajar
Escala, who' resigned the goyr
ernorshlp to allow the author authorities
ities authorities to have a free hand in the
investigation; of : alleged -mishandling
of tlty funds. (
Cajar was mayor from 1958
ud to several months ago when
he and Aleman were switched,
each getting' the her i port.
patino, the ieader vt the mu municipal
nicipal municipal Renovacion Popular AU AU-tentica
tentica AU-tentica Party and a olosr per--sonal
friend of President Ernes-
to de .la'GtiMdiar-Jr.r "S'at ""e
' sworn in at pm today.
' Patino's appointment to the
- mayoralty was regarded aa, sig significant
nificant significant in view -of the fact
that he to not a member or the
National Patriotic Coal! ti on
(CPN). It is understood that his
appointment to' the- post had
been opposed Jjy some factions
of the CPN."f, r
In another development
yesterday, District Attorney
Francisco1 Alvarad ordered
the suspension -from office of
city treasurer Victor D'Aneilo
as a -result of the investiga investiga-tion
tion investiga-tion of aUeged irregularities
in the handling municipal
. D'Anellcr tad vowed yesterday-
to fight -his -suspension,
which had been voted upon by
the members of-; a:; new nty
Council appointed iri one of his
&' last officfalii actH as governor
by CaiariEscala ,lat Saturday.
The new council? was named to
, replace the; ceuncilmen- elected in
ia56, some of whora-aresaid to be
implicated in th alleged; .mlahand-
ling, of funds, t i.
Only IT of me 1i members ef
the new council .ppolnttd by C C-I
I C-I ar have bean fatting fagather
t erganiza a aw monlelpal
structure. '-"fi-r .U' V'' :
Enoch Adames,- oneof the ap appointees,
pointees, appointees, had declined the appoint appoint-'
' appoint-' ment on the' ground that it 1s ille-"'"gal.-'''
, The othei Felipe Motta, a prom prominent
inent prominent Panama businessman, has
not taken office and is believed to
be away from Panama en a busi business
ness business trip y!'u m y
Bids Binj. Sought
Of Balboa Building
Bids are now belhg solicited
-bv. the Panama Canal Co, for
the remodeling'Of-Bulldina; No.
40 for use a an electronics
shop and for the air condition-
- lna of the theater in Coco Solo.
-. Bids for the remodeling work
. are t: fee opened aU- Balboa
heights1 March and bids for
the. air fconditlbnlng project on
i The work of remodeling build building
ing building No. 40, which, was. the for former
mer former restaurant-building located
la the Industrial Division area
in. Balboa, will consist of air
f conditioning and of .certain ar
' chitectural and structural alter-'.
.. ations. When toe buildinsr Is
r completed au electronics repair
', work will be transferred, from
V r the shop in Balboa tothe new
location in the Industrial. Area.
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1 The- Coco Bolo Theater Is to
be air, conditioned with eaulo-
v ment ;to, be, removed from "the
f ineaier puuaing-; in x.cnstooai.
..'The work on this project on on-.
. on-. .aists of alterations to the build build-:e
:e build-:e lng ,as well as the removal of
f the air conditioning eouipment
? at the Cristobal Theater -a.nd
- its reinstallation, at the
' Solo Theater. ; w t ,
Group Hears hires
the Canal Zone
location f th e new Atlantic
, Much ot the meeting was in the
nature of a progress report on xne
1.a JRi1o Hieh School and elemen
tary school, hospital improvements
nit h onnrinuine livability pro
gram. There was also a spirited
and wolonged discussion of the
announced decerase in Canal Zone
firefighting crews. Two of the fire
companies to be witnarawn are
the Atlantic side, one of them at
Margarita. . ,
vnHar n lii familiar ana inv
neccable white suit, wa supported
hv Lt. Gov. John D. McK'heny ad
Civil Affairs Director Henry
The governor defended the de de-i.a
i.a de-i.a In fir protection and nim-
Wt avoided being trapped into an
.Ari.cinn that the reduction is
baswl tftlelv on economy motives.
MeSlhanv axBlainta tua
ws racaM bv a earaful our our-montK
montK our-montK studv mprlnfl Canal
Ton fr raectn with a varia varia-fy
fy varia-fy of Statasid eitiet. ;
wT- fwn Hifariarita fire-f'?ht-
ine'cemocnies areo bw ehm'nat-
ed.'ts'wen.aa one r,1"
mi. at Curundu on the Paef
The reduction wm sav- ;."
vearTV ofan annual $1,250,050 fire
protection cost. "t; ; 4
"'fiie study had broii'tftt to tleht
ot? -a ra
rArc .n .vpraee ef e tails year-
1 or 'W"hlr one can nwry
comoanle answer as many as 600
calls yearly. 'i
Mrs. Arlecn Hardy
Of Balboa Heights
Dies At Gorgas
Mrs. Arleen Gill Hardy, whose
husband, 3. Eufua ttaxar-
chief of press ana ruum
.i i..n..mi.rgM ComDa-
ny. died early this afternoon at
Oorgas iHospital after a long
illness, sne was 00
AlthouKh -she was r born to
Rock Springs, Teiat 1, Mrs. Hardy
lived ail of her life, until aher
marriage,' in Starkyllle, Miss-
She attended graae ua iuk"
school in Starkville and the
Mississippi State College for
Women at Columbus,
Mrs.'Hardy had made her
home on the. Isthmus, tor. pne
naat. ai vears. For the first ten
years she lived in Panama City,
during the time her husband
was advertising Manager of the
Star & Herald, For the past 21
years she- llyed .ln the Canal
She was a communicant of
the Cathedral of St. LuKe in
Ancon, and prior to her Illness,
which began last june sne was
an active member of the Cathe Cathedral's
dral's Cathedral's Altar Guild. V ..
Mrs. Hardy Is survived by her
husband and by two sisters,
Miss : Jessie May Gill,, an era-
loye of the Executive Planning
taff who has made her home
With, the Hardys for v over r 10
years, and Miss Louise Gill. of
Starkville, who has visited the
Isthmus on several occasions
and has many friends here. '-
Puneral arrangements will be
announced later. ; str
School Bus, Panel C6llision
'fc '-V i'iK-Mti-'' --" .Yu ' f .Jy ( 7 Sf ": U ) :'
Injures 3 Kids 3 Adults
KtX nerann. InelnHintf three
children; f were- injured yesterday
when an Army school bus heading
for: Balboa from Curundu collided
with a military panel truck at the
intersection; of Curundu Street and
Terminal Road. it
Only moments later an ambu ambulance
lance ambulance driver escaped injury after
his vehicle overturned on the re
turn trip to Gorgas Hospital, The
ambulance Was empty at the time.
- The- school bua was returning
the youngsters to Balboa High
School when the accident occurred.
Tit bus snd truck .were traveling
parallel, 1 southbound, when the
truck Swerved toward the bus Just
before beginning a left turn.
Walter L, Stetler, 5L a civilian
employe at Curundu was driving
the truck. He is in Gorgas Hospi
were rumor, that Margarita
siae mgn nu, n
Thirinsr 1958. the Gatun fire com'
pany .answered a total of tight
Average fire lets to Canal Zona
property amounted to $26,000 an annually
nually annually during tht past four ytars.
For' a community of mora than
40,000 thlt it a remarkable rw
TWnite th cut the Canal Zone
communities will still be protected
by four more fire fighting compan companies
ies companies than the minimum required.
; The new schools at Coco Solo
continued to be a prime subject
last night. The formal dedication
nf fli elementary school, one of
tvi. mnat -modern and well-equip-
ped h existence, was set for March
The Cnett Solo men 5Cn00l is ex'
pected to open for classes in Sep
Donovan wat questioned t
length concerning the deletion ef
many shop Hems originally re-,
quested bv the communities tor
the new high school.
Mred that practically
.u ii.m, which are available to
.,.,jto he Cristobal Hlph
v.i,!Min0 will he provided in
brand new models at tne wco ou-
0- -. . .. n
lo secondary scnooi.
rt.. r?n Affairs Director point
-a ...t 41. .Vinn trnininS is only a
cu dui.w. f the school
to serve this 'purpose.
.MMhl fni BW'nea cwuimiw
tn the- 7nne.
Potter w-ported briefl-on pro-
rest in the Imwovenem pro-
new wWsrtt has alreadv opened.
Followinq the reoert, t7r
sMmtneeua ani ntevine trib-
uttfi the &r$ .!l
h Cnce Slo Jfe'al Dtreetor
Dr. (Maf.) Brune Elaen.
Tit. SelWresident of the
tT.S. citizen commumn"is wic
Council- Presldea over jjie inch inching.
ing. inching. Attendance numbered no
more than 50 persons.
..fitk, .ntire .eniincit was host at
I 1 JUT V ,
ft.. ..nffee and sweet table which
wound up last night's amiable ses session.
Child Token Sick
Aboard Bus Aided
By CZ Fire Crew
'..a rescue sauad from the Ca
nal Zone Fire Division was a a-gain
gain a-gain caUed upon for help Mon Monday
day Monday night when a traveller ;f rom
the interior, became acutely ill.
The patient was Carmen E.
rtiimnos. 3. of San Carlos. The
little girl vas accorhpanled by
ho,. r-niisiM Catallno Ariel Ber-
naL She went Into convulsions
and the bus in wmcn sne was
rldinir- stopped at the Cocoll
Plre. Station for help.
A. rescue squad under the di direction
rection direction of Lt. James X Bryant
administered voxygen with a
resuscitator until tne arrival oi
Dr. R. Nichols from Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. Later, the child was given
further treatment, at the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. ...'.,.,
Earlier this ;y e a r. before
Thatcher Ferry was suspended
temporarily, Fire Division crews
were called out several times
t& aid ferry passengers who be be-came
came be-came suddenly ill.
tal with a possible ruptured spleen.
Two other civilian employes who
were in the .truck at ,;' the time,
Eustacio Ottie, 33, and Felix A.
Gibson, 87, are in Gorgas Hospital
with possible internal miuries.
The three injured v. school chil
drea, Nancy Bartecchi, 13, Jean Jean-ette
ette Jean-ette Martens,' 14 and Lillian Lud Lud-dy,
dy, Lud-dy, 14 all. of Curundu, were treated
for minor onuses at we ji usy
- The bus driver' was Hermsn W.
ReecePsnsms: He was :unm :unm-Jured,
Jured, :unm-Jured, ; ;
11 William S. Alien, 38, drove' the
ambulance which overturned, Pre
limitary 1, reports said he took; s
curve at excessive speed, .j
Both military and Canal Zone
' police are investigating
AWAITING DINNER tfiey&ave"
iNancy vnapne, Misgi. uaniei A. wunyara ana miss eanoy unester. Looking on are memoers of
the 2nd Airborne Battle Group. 501st Infantry, who are attending a class m plants and foods of
tropical America, Left to right are Pfc. Ronald H, Genung, Sp4 Donald H Wilkey, Sp4 William R.
Payne, and Pvt. Richard M. Jacob, all of C Company. The battle group was given a modified
course m jungie training Monday at Fort KobDe by instructors
In Jungle War
Members of the 2nd Airborne
Battle Group, 50lst Infantry, oi.
Fort Bragg, N.C, who werejiere
for the recent Exercise Banyan
Tree and are now guests of tne
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, nave
been given a modiiled course
in jungle training by instruc instructors
tors instructors from the Jungle Warfare
Training Center of Fort Sher Sherman
man Sherman at Fort Kobbe. v
Due to the filled schedule or
the visiting battle group and
the short time they will be here
the classes were cut to one and
two hour sessions and included
classes in plants and foods of
tropical America, terrain appre
ciation, snakes and animals,
and ambush. ..
Also. a class on the physio
logical effects of heat on man
To disseminate the results of
recent resarch, this class will
be taught regularly at JWTC
beginning with the next cycle.
To illustrate a class on plants
and foods, instructed by 1st. Lt.
Fredrlc P. Simon, the front Of
nearby bohio was removed,
revealing, a group having din dinner
ner dinner from a menu of available
Tne guests, ciad in evening
clothes, were Misses Sandy
Chester and Nancy ; Chaphe,
with their escort, MSgt. Dan
iel A. Bunyard, of Fort Kobbe.
The only class involving tac
tics was that of ambush, which
is one of the biggest threats Of
Jungle warfare with -the dense
growth and ruggea terrain, fea features.
tures. features. ' ;.
Canal Em pbye
At Rainbow City
An employe of the Panama
Canal organization on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side has been" evicted
from his quarters at Rainbow
City because of, excessive pur purchases
chases purchases ;of , duty-free merchan-
aise in tne Kambow city com
missary, it has been announced
at Balboa Heights.'
The employe haa- quarters in
Rainbow City and Is employed
In the .. Termlnas Division in
Several Cancellations of Pan.
ama canal quarters privileges
have been made in the past be?
cause of violations, of this nat
ure. When such action is taken,
commissary purchase privileges
also: are automatically cancel.
Just ordered from -a menu of lunele foods aFe left to riarht. Miss
Tuberculin, Histoplasmosin Tests
To Begin For CZ Students In March
Tuberculin and histoplasmosin
skin tests will be started in March
among children attending school
in the Canal Zone, it has been an
nounced at Balboa Heights.
The tests, to be conducted by
the Health Bureau in coordination
vlth the Middle American Re Research
search Research Unit of the Public Health
Service, are the first of their k ad
tt be held among Carfal Zone chil children.
dren. children. xiKnce it is considered impracti
cal, no provision has been made
in the Canal Zone to include chil
dren under the age of 15 in the
annual chest survey program.
The tests are not inneeula inneeula-tloni,
tloni, inneeula-tloni, it was emphasized. They
are simply skin tests te deter determine
mine determine whether or not a child has
tbeen exposed to tuberculosis or
hystoplasmosit, a fungus dis dis-ae
ae dis-ae of the lungs.'
They will be conducted simul
taneously by tw Uams. one head
ed bv Canal Zone scnool pysic-
ians and the othejr by members of
the Middle American Research
If.oie result is positive in ne
case of tne tuberculin test, ex
haustive laboratory studies will
be carried out and a survey will
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tRlEATY VIOLATION CHARGES AIRED i-,1 Canal Zone officials met with Panama officials at
the Panama Foreign Office yesterday to hear expressions of Panama's "profound preocupatlon
nvMr the violation contained In
regard to the implementation: of the Canal Zone single wage. Panama officials contended that
the. new single wage plan Violates the principle of equal" opportunities outlined in Point I of
the 1956 Memorandum or 'understandings Detween ranama ana
to iS Canal Zone Gov'. W.E. Potter: P.C. Personnel birector E.A.
in chief Lt. Ridgely C. Oaither;
chairman of the Foreign Relations Council and former treaty
'Foreign Office counselor, and
from the Jungle Warfare Train-
, (US. Army Photo)
be conducted of parents and fa family
mily family contacts.
The histoplasmosin test is a sur survey
vey survey to determ'ipe the- extent of this
ailment among school children in
the Canal. Zone, y
Forms which parents are to
sign to indicate their willingness
to have their ch'ldren participate
in the program, are to be sent oat
tomorrow and Friday by school
The tests are to be contacted
during March and April among
the junior and senior high school
student on both sides of the Isthm Isthmus.
us. Isthmus. The survey w'll be continued
Lduring the summer months in the
Latin American scnoois ano 'Win
be concluded in September and
October among pupils in the ele elementary
mentary elementary schools.
LONDON (UPI) Greek Cy Cy-priot
priot Cy-priot leader Archbishop Makarios
preached the sermon yesterday
in a Greek Cypriot church in
North London, entering to the
cheers of 3,000 Cypriots. The re religious
ligious religious leader walked into the
church over a patch of laurel
leaves and evergreens.
leeal Instrumental issued bv the
Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno Jr.; Dr. Octavlo Fabrega,
Panamanian Ambassador to the
May Force Shift
WASHINGTON, Ffeb. 25 (UPI) Rep. Daniel J.
Flood warned Panama today that "absurd and reddest
demands" by that nation may force the United States ti
build another Canal across the Central American Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. V
The Pennsylvania Democrat charqed in a prepared
speech for House delivery that
territorial waters to 12 miles violates U.S. Treaty rights.
He said the action raised serious questions about con
trol of Panama Canal approaches which are essential
for the waterways operation
Flood also suggested that Panamanian demands art
playing into Communist hands. But he carefully shied
away from labeling the Panamanian government Communist.
Flood complained of "bold, rad radical
ical radical and ever-increasing demands
put forth in behalf of Panama"
concerning; "the Panama tanai.
He said these stemmed from
"the erroneous assumption in
Panama" thet no other route ex exists
ists exists for a canal across the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. He noted that a board of consult
ants under direction of the HouseJ
committee on Merchant Maryie
aiid- She!M the
question of ,a Canal rSt aiiier''
cation to take care of Increasing
traffic. ; v
"These unjustifiable occurrences
in Panama will doubtless cause
this board to search, with the ut
most zeal, for another route,"
, "To say the least, the current
absurd and reckless demands
under ;radical leadership at Pan Panama
ama Panama may well force the United
States to the alternative of an another
other another Transisthmian waterway
In preference to submission to
the prohibitive dests inevitably
involved in these demands."
Flood recalled that the United
States requested Panama on Jan.
9 to reconsider its action in ex extending
tending extending territorial waters from
three to 12 miles.
He cited United States rights
under article 24 of the 1903 United
States-Panama treaty to show the
Panamanian action violated U.S.
That article says U.S. .., treaty
rights shall not be affected with without
out without the consent1 of the United
States. By treaty, Panama grant granted
ed granted the United States use of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and other waters outside
the Zone needed for maintenance.
operation, sanitation and" protection
of the Canal.
Despite the U.S. note of protest,
the Panama National Assembly on
Jan. 13 voted not to reconsider the
attempted extension of its mari
time domain to 1 miles.
Flood s"'d, "The orime pur purpose
pose purpose for this ef'ort Is obvious;
encirclement of the Canal Tone
with nine miles of alUod Pna Pna-mxnlan
mxnlan Pna-mxnlan waters at ach end. In
ffert making the Zone another
He sid the Panama National
Assembly resolution inrluded a
nrnvision for is transmission to all
legislative bodies of tne world.
He rhsreeH that the National
Assemblv failed to mept the his
torical, diplomatic and juridical
United States government", with
tne u ts. vismie aoove are: u.
Doolan: Caribbean commander
negotiator : Dr. Roberto Aleman,
U.S. Ricardo Arias. ,
Panama's extension of hllr
and oroteetion. "v"
US Pays Panama
WASHIN GTON, Feb. 2S
(UPI) The State Depart Department
ment Department disclosed that It has
paid a $1,930,000 annuity pay.
ment due the Republic ef Fa
naiha, this- iuf4rxm&mk&
' Fnna Canai'one.
' A State Department an announcement
nouncement announcement said : "The re remittance
mittance remittance of this amount each
year is provided for under the
terms of treaties between the
tw9 countries with respect to
the tights, powers, and pri? pri?-ileges
ileges pri?-ileges granted to the United
States in the Canal Zone.?
objections made on the floor of the
United States House of Represen.
Flood alleged that leaders of
the Communist movement in
Latin America, and especially In
the Caribbean, have focused
their conspiratorial activities en
the Panama Canal to destroy
amicable relations between Unit United
ed United States and Panama, and te
liquidate United States controls
over the Canal.
He said: "So far as 1 know, Pan Panama
ama Panama made no appeal or cave. any
notice to any international body or
to the great maritime nations uiirig
the Canal as to its intention in
take the gravely important step
"This certainly did not serve the
purpose of 'mutual understanding
and cooperation' that should pre prevail.
vail. prevail. Small wonder that it was met
with Soviet aonrnval."
Flood predicted further political
convulsions in the littoral nations
of the American isthmus, reearrt
less of whether there are anv basic
He said the Communist objective
s the maritime separation of the
two coasts of the United States by
Ale M Fp w 90-
Vas (anal Pioneer
Alexander M. Fraser, one of the
Panama Canal's senior oldtimers
and construction day veterans, died
Monday at his home in Buffalo,
N.Y. He was 90 years old.
Despite his age, Mr. Fraser had
been in good health. His death
was sudden. k,
He was much interested in the
Panama Canal and its operations
and last visited the Isthmus only
three years ago.
He was born in Wallsenn. En-.
land, and was a naturalized Unit United
ed United States citizen.
He came to the Isthmus in Oev
tobor, 1907, to work as a boiler--?
maker and shipfitter in the La Bo
ca shinways. then one of the bus
iest of the construction nay orgn-
izattons. Later he worked for He
Mechanical Division in Cristobal
and Balboa, all of his work bavin: i.
to do with the boiler shon and
shinfitting. He retired in 1930.
Mr. Fraser is survived bv Jwe
daughters. Mrs. Janet Smith and
Miss Ruth Fraser. both of Buffalo;-
nd by three sons. Wtll"m A.i ruaf
ina in Carocas. J. Arew,
rre(1nin Snr"'nr fo hfi iK
ma Canal's rrdif rHslon, of .:;.
GamNia. aH aro'd M., iad fore
man in the Eiecicai uivision 1
Commynlcationa Branch ia Cristo-
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oince Locorja Airmen, U""
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., i wi..-'i seeias to'be so well
uiiii oi tim minr who
c.. '. .. r i.m .Kimiiu muvie dui tne Air run itseu.
thr wuuiu ue no ioou or urmk aoweu in ibe ineatifr ana tnone ol
tnT La rurce men or tueir uepenuems too tnis .enouboo. reaUy,
!"e.. ,..,. ... m, .surer UoeR ne.AUno U tne rtouman
moviut na kiiuw ali tne...u- ,orce ueruanel uving in Lacona or
acesnl be inmk tnai is puUing it a mue stfoufi?
ouate uis leiltr i. lue irhi one i nave nouced In the Mail Box
it wimiu seem ue i. me one wuo is ooing th wua Deefmg ana is tne
sole losec as he iu graciously puts it.
Wtaicu wd oi the tence u ne on anyway???
ant bv adult movie? i'hose that are
f .a. iuea jwuww
over 21 years old.
The Navy is not responsible lor putting the Air Force out of the
. . i, A.r kArre itspii. They ax dome this in
Koaman V thP Albrook Theater, it is not
nooe oi oDiamum muic kuj...v
. K u ,.f thn Air Force.
DeC,i' a8r thSdSd en'should sirstmand watch the movie or be
knm: 1 .bhv .itter. but I don't think Air Force children are
nci, i ------ ...
ny Worse than Navy children After au "u"'"br":ny
i i ... hr.in.h nf th irvice i children can oe any
l OUil l SCC nun nut
worse than another's! uti b(J ,,,r
OPPORTUNITY FOR LIONS CLUB
SlF: One o the rackets practiced by many of the outstanding con concerns
cerns concerns in business in Panama has recently come to my attention and
I wish you would giv it some publicity. ,...
In talking with a young man 17 years old. he advised me h w"
an apprentice to learn a trade with one of the largest
bottling plants in Panama and when 1 asked him as to salary he wa
paid he adv.sed-"None of these large concerns giving young men
opportunity to learn a trade pay any -salary, though he worked the
same hours as the other regular underpaid employes. t
I believe the Panama Labor Inspector has earned his leather
medal as he never has done anything to Protect or enhance. VJ
cf the poor workers in Panama, as is epfity cusjW
mottling flan oil' and soap factories and the entertaining and
iciest of all now engaged in producing an imitation of horse pro-
Lions Club members like to get their pictures in the paper but
-.r do ar.vtbing about poor people who deserve a lift in conditions
--1 nav that miffht post them a few cents per member. Suggest
'ey oraanize a program promoting apprenticeships with pay.
By ROBERT C. RUARK
KAABONG, Uganda, British
Easi Africa 1 tnink it might be
fair to assume that ihe upsurge
of fervid nationalism can be at attributed
tributed attributed to the cities, the ports,
and the planned workiiig colonies
such as the Belgian Congo, where
the African has been subjected to
contact with the white man-, with
his teachings, and with the reck
less political thinking which has
grown at this contact.
The native labor leaders, J
think,' are as enormously powerful
and equally as unscrupulous as
any in the world, whether ifc be
Kenya $ Tom Mboya or uuinea s
Sekou Toure, with the added ad advantage
vantage advantage of having a blind, faceless
following which will bend as reeds
and sway to spell-binding words,
beyona the most hysteric mark of
Much of the African personality
is bound up in this hys eria, which
sometimes becomes o great as to
be almost spastic. The thump of a
drum, the shrilling of a flute, a
cattle feast or a simple Ngina
dance can rouse whole groups to
a state of semi-tranced mass ac action.
tion. action. The highly vocal spellbinders
plsy on the native love of ora oratory,
tory, oratory, to which the listener may
not be so much concerned m
contest as in cadence. The ha ha-rangna,
rangna, ha-rangna, the palaver, accompany
led by beer and meat, may
art use massive groups te any anything
thing anything from a small raid to a
major war te an overwhelming
'vote tor a principle in which
they have little knowledge and
not much interest.
We will be seeing a big cattle
auction here in a day or so which
will certainly end in a big dance
and a lot of native beer and may
go on to a small series of local
wars if the dancing: the music
and the beer is potent enough to
cause the warrior to clan on hie
ostrich feathers and catch up his
spear ana wnip oa into the bush.
11 wis seems an exaggeration of
African's response to emotional
stimulus, it is true that th huff a I
hide fiehtinrvhlMLi whin, hJ
me owner s heraldic paintings, is
iu" ess ouuawea among tne
Masai, the fierce fighting tribe of
aouthern Kenya. This is because
ine mere signt of the shield might
leicji naCK me old hlnnri ut tn
ine aenorned warriors. An excited
Aincan, even the semi-tamed city city-one,
one, city-one, is apt to swav his hnriv tin.
footed pounding dance which used
iu loucn oil Dioody violence.
What, I wonder, will th ivm..i
spellbinders, the highly educated
i r i c a n s like Mboya and
Nkrumah and Azikiwe and their
henchmen, be able to do with a-
iuui xou minion simn
ST MILK AND COLD Wr,
Through this medium again I want to thanK tne general mn-
nf the Commissarv Division tor loomng mm nn in.
delivery of homogenized rhilk on Mondays to Albrook Field.
I bought milk from the truck for the past two Mondays. The
milkman told ine the milk has increased.
, I have another, favor I would like the general manager to do for
me anrl mavbe manv more like me. ,
Befor. t rax what it I wviW to S.gtH W? Wf ar eflart"
ment a' T?sihn3f mm!-;arv the Ht I MMftfr a lone. I"ne
time The tff of worke" is wf"-t.rIne'' rlisolav.decorat.on
snd sWe all neatnev. rd renin. VWe thonninC 'n laH'es
vvear. I heoa-ne r'!te thirst for n trf rion T slr1 o"p of th" f"e
vhppp f I b'" oria b KSl" I ronM per, ome in
fif.SprVir action. T thanvrl hr an1 wnt mv w to the self er er-vir.
vir. er-vir. T sc'-e-l or" of the imoant cnriofti in th snre i'hr
rmiM T er, r. coW Rorla ron 'o hliv. h rer.lv w w it not
rAnlt T t r cold soda two to hnv. The renlv was W rlo not
H-ink? The .viewer wa onlv fresh milk orves you guessed it, cold
watrr 'rmii tl-watr fountjiin.
J rlrori- th'wiltpr. ft is too far a walV to the phihhome when
,.r r. th:-rr' "nw fin not. Pet the wrong imoression. the above
rwi ,:w vc Jr rtood ?rjce.
t ci-rt po-'-' th ira1 mannoer do something about cold
"rinv, other than fresh milk and water..
vif -fNEA Serriee. Ie)
f PR3W rttAROOH
Walter Winched I n New YorEt
A Majority of One" (at the
Shube.t Theater) made m laugh
louder than any comedy this sea
son. .Gertrude Berg, the popu
lar Molly of the network shows,
is the leading lady. .In a hyphe
nated won', she is Berg-time.
The Muxic Hall's new show is ac accurately
curately accurately named "Times Square
Extravaganza." More glamorous?
than the Big Street itself. ."The
Best -of Brigitte Bardof includes
wearing ner biii, ,,ucdiiuci
King's book, "Mine Enemy
Crnuim flMor la all tfhat. the or.
chid-flingers called it. .We call
it witerature. .Rodgers and Ham Ham-merstein's
merstein's Ham-merstein's "Flower Drum Song"
is playing to capacity houses.
Can t sell standing room rickets.
No place to stand. If you are a
cho'd our Valentine, to Gwen Ver- be one of the eleven on the grid-
...a ava3 flysicra i
What possible exDlnitatinn .tk.
... j:, wcaavn. SO
f- y,?yea y white na
f10"8? Wh will control the inter
-u'"U51on wnen the white
district commissioner, the Serkali
kicked out? IOrCeS lMVe r
The new African leaders who
am" u loudly for Afri for the
Africans, being men, are -not with-
6. ecu ana iusi lor power. We
-ueauy seen Ghana turner!
dictatorship by Kwame
don: "Redhot Redhead.'
"The Ouare f ellow' now it.
the Circle-in-the-Square, couldn't
be more Irish and "Our. Town"
its next opus, couldn t be more
Yankee Doodle. Both were direct directed
ed directed by Jose Quintero of Panama.
. .The Palmer House, Chicago,
added another fortnight to Lisa
Kirk's 4-week booking. Her floor
shows are always miniature
Broadway musical-comediesi' '.
Nancy Malonet Understudy to Kim
Stanley in ''Toiich of a Poet'
subbed for the star in more than
20 performances. She is a lovely
carrot-top who knows how to e e-mote.
mote. e-mote. .Another concrete exam example
ple example of acting: Karl Maiden's le lecherous
cherous lecherous old miner .in "The Hang
ing Tree" at the Roxy. . .Six
iron mm one of the 111,000 in
the crowd. .Irving Leonard, a
H'wood tax whiz (master-minds
deals for, Miv;erick' Mr. Gamer,
playwright iNorman torwuv com
poser Tiomkin, to name a few),
is the -brains behind, the biggest
pay-TV-plan. It guarantees $150,
000 a night for a hit roadway
show. Teh million sets at $10 per
year is tne goal
WASHINGTdN--'" Senators ?are
Kratcning tneirheao as ta how
Ike Happened to appouw two cou-t
uict-ot-interesi ouiciaia w .uie iwu
highest posts in the Commerce De Department
partment Department "Secretary, ot Com Commerce
merce Commerce ana Unoer. Secretary. Sena
tors ligures Ut the Wnne;oue
statt just .wasn't oa tta toes. i--.
la; addition ; ,Adm iwis
StraUis. who helped Conceal the
Dotorioua Diaoo- atei :mvM: uti
lity ; cQiulict oi. interest, the new
Under Secretary of. Commerce,
John J. Allen,.,is 't "eross-purpoe
wita the puolic, interest. ;
Congressman Aln, ot Oakland,
Caul., was deieatea last year, ana
shortly thereafter ; was .rewarded
with a sub-tk 'post.tl" r
h bappent that Ae was the at
torney who helped, the. Chinese
gambling czar or Norta Cantor,
ait.' .Chin Bok- HXhe.;estabustt "i
tax-evasion trust lund -and was
thus cited In- Federal Court rc
ord which could easily .nave been
read by, toe 'White Hoase.
In additW the "new Under Se
creiary of Commerce, when in Con
iress. introduced two private oills
land ine resolution for the benefit
of Jess M. Ritcnie who won neaa neaa-lines
lines neaa-lines in the famous AD-X2 battery
additive case. 1
When the Bureau of Standards
ruled that AD-X2 when added to
a storage battery did not improve
or prolong its life, Sinclair Weeks,
then Secretary of Commerce, fired
Dr.. Allen V. Astin as director of
the Bureau of Standards. The howl
from the -scientific world was so
loud that Weeks reversed himself,
ate crow and reinstated Dr. Astin
By this time Jess Ritchie and
AD-X2 had become a national is
sue. To settle the controversy,
Weeks asked the National Acane
my t Sciences to decide the, me
rits of the battery additive once
and. for all. It iound. that Ast'n
and the Bureau were right, AD
X2 had no value.
. av: '' f J
tyMiekttxIoeVyumist they aiwyesrs of effort (and six
James Stewart's income from
his last 3 movies exceeded 2 mil
lion. '"The Gershwin Rarities"
album is a collector's item. In
eludes little known Gershwinners.
The most ghstenable are "Fun "Funny
ny "Funny Face" and "Kickin" the
Clouds". .The average B'wav
show must fill 70 percent of its
pews lust to break even. . .Ed
ward Mulhare. male lead of
airLady,'' "hW dtrite a n
seats." They are the rear steps Sleeping Beuty." His best show
. .The ads for Marilyn Monroe's since "Snow White and the Sav
in to a
suppose Nkrumah u-
Wnt1uNieria nd th Cameroon;
iB nepuwic of the Congo'
Ivory Coast Republic fun'i
in rnr,rA to tv. Topnli Theater situation, which recently has a
o.v -.Kin icol'ii ait "im',esira.bles" fwhirh annarentlv is everyone
ijt T'"v,from their theater, let ns consider a ew pointers:
1. C8rmiserv. t f n conider where the Va.vy Personnel Would
irrhace their rri'-Ties were they not allowed the privilege of (using
2. Exchange. Apoarently the Armv and Air Force Exchange
are min-h preferred bv Naw nersonnel because on pav v flocks of
Anrhor-ClanVers are found, there, while the employes of Rodman have
a day long siesta.
3. Homino. Wh?t porrenfape of Navy maVes tin the Cocoli hons hons-Reallv
Reallv hons-Reallv there re dnly a few Navy families livine there. As
hines mav come and to. were it not for the Army and Air Force
!ivi" there the fnroli housing w.on'd nrohablv go. Also free passes
entitUne all CooJi residents to the thestfr were iven out onlv few
month. an What hannpnet to the Maw's Good MeihW Poljp"'
Anvhow ever sipe the Mavv has tVen over this theater, it has
re,M1 a houe of ronfininn. Therefore T'U glad'v na" mv onarter and
drive to a Hern theater 'vhen I w'" t0 see a movie. Anyway what
can you expect for nothing, especially from the Navy.
"Some Like It Hot" have her
face and some other gal's torso.
Prob'ly because she was encein enceinte
te enceinte at the time.
en Dwarfs". ."My Fair Lady"
grossed over a quarter-of-a-million
collars via its 4 troupes last
i.riiLilJ IS all that IJ-
tween Nkrumah and Gu JeT
hhA hMV,n tt,,d Ky'
rounding Tanganyke and Ugan.
da. Kenya is stl. a ci-u,n i.
IU tL. ... .. l
j, vi uq wnira
jiijT" oats his
hl.,L ..V w,,n
100 to cW,'8n,n9 m whi,
The white colonist brought or
fcr.to-.Af? that was aham
ies Ol DlOOd and rficj
upgraded it, civilized pordon, to
a point where it was physical y
Thet0,Sh?Ut f0ur '"depend"".
The question that is being most
frequently asked is: how much o
a favor was done to Africa when
granted? There seems to be Utile
but mutiny and power grabs S
fh. m"n "ttate, 'all 0Vf r
S a. regardfor
- nouois ot uie
Marlon Brando's fee per film
has zoomed to $1,000,000 most of
which he cannot keep. .Sina .Sinatra's
tra's .Sinatra's "Only The Lonely" (in ste stereo)
reo) stereo) is really sumpin'. ."Rasfco
mon is based on a Story written
by a Japanese writer, who was
a suicide at 35. .His name reads
like an eye-chart: Ryunosuke A A-kutagawa.
kutagawa. A-kutagawa. .England's angry
young woman is Shelagh Delaney,
20. She now earns $1000 a week
from her first play, "A Taste of
Honey," a London sensation. A
few months ago she was making
a:u a ween working in a factory
. .Don't invite Broadway produc producer
er producer David Merrick and the N. Y
Times drama-item collector to the
same continent. .The Isle of
umbo is New York's only Calyp
so spot. On 57th near 6th. ."The
Rivalry" (at the Bijou) had quite
a tryout tour .72 cities. Kim
Novak, who became a movie tar
veers ago. still soes to actinc
scnooi. aman uin.
majority of the
A lot of people thinlf th. -j.;..
man .....J, .". wuue
of Aw. : '".8 w-y out
Zu- ; ".urae- ut the
neoni. t,ii. a.r.. ame
fi,,i..n. :f"lu lo tne con
'r4 read "3 D's" leter (Mail Rot. Feb. 13) and it reminds me thut
1 ..... , l .1 I M IL...
ggfyjpnne no was rUv on tne nan aair-n a Tew "r,m" an it "irrr
irw sinqle waoe preview at Paraiso Commissary. Now we know
tz;Xv Ws romrntmi'v all I rn hear Is whv have they done this or
$ha f,t no one h Hother to nd thp real reason. I think the
'W r'irl "pll iip' the nit minfloement At est we had ppnnle
H'W interested in our nroWe m. nat has the Union or Civic
swjii Hone' Rememer this is hist the first Innine Who Is up to
i"trat 4 the nextl'I congratulate the vipfim nn a inh wei Hone.
Si t n.n.m ) mrrttfi niw re"lvpH an outstanding awaH from
the governor a few years back. Did he make an error? I doubt it.
For its ortheomin "lav. "f ousetran," which will open at
the Abpo" "layhouse on Msrch 9, the Theater Guild has need of a pair
of snw skis.
If anvone in the community can suooly this much needed item.
the nrodnction staff will be very erateful. Please call Balboa 3TM
this evening after eight o'clock, or Balboa 2805 time tomorrow.
The Theater Coild
SOUTH AFRICAN PEN FRIIND
I 'vouid like to porrespond with a young man or married woman.
I am int H in 35 mm color transparencies and friendly relations
with other countries -
Mrs. Lorraine Shackleton,
148 7th Avenue.
Georginia, via Roodeooort,
Transvaal, South Africa
uHll K u i""ii is: wno
win be the nw aettL.. ...
or the East? CertitalVV .RU
a 1 ""'VUia. W aa II I n u TA
bring their Communist version of
what we used to caH Pax Br tt"n tt"n-ca
ca tt"n-ca to ,n settled world And the
wor d has already seen sorte lo?
world has alreadv tn
anipies ot Kussian house
land and as vast as China.
GLANDS MADE YOUNG
If rau fael eld before your time or
utter from nerve, brain or phyaieaj
waaknaaa, you will And happineiaajid
keaith In a new Amariean Laboratory
method which rettorea youthful Tifoue
and rltallty. It la a elmple home traat.
ment In tablet form prepared by aa
merleaa Laboratory and la very eaay
to take. It aeta directly on your
glands, nerves and vital entane, and
works so well you ean see and feel
new bodily sower and vigour In a,
ahert time. Baoausa of Its natural ac action
tion action on elands and nerves your krala
power and memory often Improve
Thle new viand and vigour restorer
aalled VLTske haa been teated and
proved in the United Btatea and ia
now available et all druestores here.
Oat Vi-Tabs tablets from your drug drug-(1st
(1st drug-(1st today, put them to last and see
the big Improvement Take the full
bottle, which laata eight daya. It will
make you full of vigour, energy and
vitality, and you will feel yeare
younger. The large atae whleh laata S4
daya la very eeonoenloal.
Jimmy -Cagneyis film, "Never
naiiy. intended as a Broadway
play named "Devil s Hornpipe
Maxwell Anderson auth'd. . .No
TV program, perhaps, has re
ceived so, many sugary notices ss
Playhouse 90 which may perish.
But Ihe many soap-opera medio
crities go on and on and on and
on ndu0rt. -.Claire Bloom is j
fortunate actress. Television cam
eras' make love to her face. .
"The Pleasure; of His Company"
is giving pleasure to its backers
It nets $7000 weekly. .It Runs
In The Family Dept. Allyn Mc Mc-Lerie,
Lerie, Mc-Lerie, who is Gwen Verdon's un
derstudy, is wed to George
Gaynes, standby for Farley Gran Granger
ger Granger in "First Impressions'5 break breaking
ing breaking in' at Pbiliy. .The ad agen agency
cy agency crowd along Madison Avenue
call Westerns "admagonnas". .
Translation: "I'm going to shoot."
ham ariollaraV ere- invested iff Diimev'i!lTh'mhwti hnfvttiTv hi. tirtt
musical it is msN miuai mator
starring roir. .This seafm
plays closed despite a mainritv
of rave reviews. .If vou eniov
ah met jazz men whirl J. Ma
wis' "Open Fire. Two Guitars
'.A Boston court okaved a mnvia
about nudists because it la an
HW.-Tr-TAVovie-mairs- are being do.
iirsi mm nas not been released.
. .mere isn i one Big ame i
monc the Ton Teh Ttepoarfa
Despite weeov statement hv ness
imists the top ten film firms
uyci une ouuon last
year. As some wit once aairi
"Flowers in Hollywood smell like
awry oia dollar billjl."
Desoit this Congressman 1 Allen
introduced House Bill 3875 in the
84th Congress and again in the
85th to reimburse Jess Ritchie an
indefinite amount at the expense
of the taxpayers. Ritcnie was
claiming $2,369,064.32 alleged dam
ages from Uncle Sam.
Both these private bins were
blocked, thanks in part to the
strong stahd. of Weeks, who by .this
time had confessed his. original
boner and was fighting oh the iide
of the taxpayer.
"This department recommenaea
against the enactment of this bill,
he wrote Congressman Emanuel
Celler on April 10, 1957, ,.
Suhieoiientlv.. .Allen' introduced
ntiief reiitHbn whicU,managW
to slip tnrougn ine entire juqicvary
Committee despite the formal ob
Hection JL Congressman George p,
filler, who represents the neigh
boring district of Alameda. Calif,
This resolution sent the AD X2
Claim to the U. S. Court of Claims
for recommendation. -'Ah 5 Ti
Finally, last November, Allen's
constituents got wise and defeated
him. Shortly thereafter. Eisenhow
er rewarded him by appointment
to a post in his sub-cabinet Un
der Secretary of Commerce.
In that post. Allen will now be
in the conflicting position of having
introduced legislation for the re
lief of Jess Ritchie which his own
commerce vepanmerii empnau
cally. and vigorously says
r jess' M.' Ritchie shall: be com
pensated, says Allen in tus bid,'
'for losses sustained as 'result of
the direct aUeck upon the woith
oi im proouct, battery Aii-AZ, oy ..
the Department of Commerce.?
- It will be interesting to see what
the nev,L'nuer Secretary ot Com Commerce,.
merce,. Commerce,. Allen, and the new Secret Secret-ary.oi
ary.oi Secret-ary.oi Ctmraerce, Strauss. do. ;
It will also be interesting to see'
what Sen. Warren Magnuson of
Washington does about their, con conformation..
formation.. conformation.. (,-,, fc
FAST TALKJNO ADMIRAL
Adm. Arttour -Radford Is such a
fast talker that he was -once re referred
ferred referred to on Capitol Hill as a"Fan a"Fan-cy
cy a"Fan-cy Dan AdmiraL", "A
He is such a- salesman that dur dur-ingva"
ingva" dur-ingva" one-hour refueling stay in
Iwo Jima he once talked Eisenhow Eisenhower:
er: Eisenhower: into reversing' the; entire' Far
Eastern policy of the United States
and as a result became chairman
of the Joint jChiefs- of Staff.
I Teheran recently. Radford
-used his fast-talking ability sov ef
fectively that ne talked the Soviets
out Of an alliance with Iran.
What happened .' was. that the
Shah Jran was disgruntled over
American: aloofness at the Bagh
dad Pact meeting in. Karachi last
mwn,,M m sent a secret note
to MoapAW nffprinff tit aiffn a nnn.
aggression pact which would prohi
bit the United States from using
Iran'a.rnilitarf bases r j
We have spenfmillions develoo-
ing tnese bases. They are part of
the ring arend Russia! So -when
the Kremlin got this secret note
it sent Deputy Foreign Minister
Semyenov to Teheran on the next
plan. ,r :---ifci.y
Ithappenef tnat midfoWl TK6t
there' ahead of him !on a special
mission to study foreigri aid. He
was not supposed to handle diplo
.... rr v t wvui nusuiu at-
plomat and the American admiral
truned on the diplomatic- pressure
and a "battle raged for two weeks
id toe back room of the' Iranian fo
reign ministry. Finally Radford
persuaded the Shah to stick with
the united States In return for
stronger American -defense '. gua
This was the backstaee rason
why Moscow came out with a
Wast last week 'accusing Iran of
ed the Soviet to send an envov
and then had rebuffed him.'
What Moscow didn't figure 6n
was the fast-talking admiral whb,
though retired from the Navr pan
still talk faster than a destrovar"
',.Ali- 'hh -edi et,'
- NIXON'S. CONMISIMAN
"' rfhftVt-tmA .tmm '-t-ti
Democrat George Kasem, who
now represents -Vice presilent
Richard M, Nixon's district in Ca California,
lifornia, California, carried it by 604 ballots
last November, The returns wera
so nip and tuck on election night
thai, W iWife-Cathrine, iwas a
wake air night watching the tele
vision anxLieeping in totteh witt
her husbanosheadquarters? by te
Howefer, their eight-year old
daughter Janet,, took it in hei
stride: When. Kasem finally cami
home, weary, but happy, he askec
Janet if she had heard the: new?
"Yes,1 you won daddy," i shi
replied, f Will you please fix mi
a unfryiy (..V
John D. MaoDnnald la the least
Known, best-selling writer in the
u.&. his next book, "Please Write
or Details," arrives about
warcn ia. his books have sold o-
ver ten million copies in the last
o years un tne u. S. alone) and
if you include his last six novels
me total is nearer 15 million.
The N. Y.' Press Photnaranhoro
Ass'n in asking a Queen, fanrii
dates must be single anH nrattu
Applicants should phone Circle 5-
au or juason z-0300 for sn inter interview
view interview Sorry, miss Verdon, you
cannot enter. It would be unfair
to the other girls. .When we wit witnessed
nessed witnessed Shirley MacLaine in
Some tame Running wr kept
thinking of her chorus-girling in
KiSS Me Kate" anrl rlrlahnm.
JJ?"t..wL" only a few years ago.
She lights up a theater. .Ina Ba
"u a ueauiy is eve-nerfnme a
natural player, whose support is
anuuier men annt of th. r
aric Hardwicke Gertrude Ben?
laiiirh kl ll- ..
-.uu mi, majority oi une.
John Chanman anrl hi. :in,.n.
a 1 ii iij v wllilll II
als.9f.the late "Leeend of f.It
zie. The sour notipe. frUhi.n
the new producers into closing i
on the second night. It didn't de
serve us nornwe fate. . The
new pet of the platter pilots ap
E2 toiU ,"Ir Want Vou." It
. Jck Kenny's aditbi ssVt. m
i ,ay' recovering from a Big
Scare at French Hospital. Friends
ma:- now contact, him. .Mutual
readers oi Life and this Col'm
wonaereo u we could Identify th(
masked chorus eirls on Life-
Feb. 16th front. They were': Thel-
...a nnerr iwue of a Miami at or
neyj, na Masters and Maureen
Cunningham Thev apoear in Dio
'a Costello'a swift i.otin, ro-
the Lucerne Hotel, Miami Beach
. i .Add doyty trix: Sophia Lo'rn
now wears bulky sweaters "te
mue my posom . .Newsweek e
Tennessee Williams wants ac actress
tress actress Nan Martin for the lead in
the film version of his "Orpheus
Descending." Director Sidney Lu Lu-met
met Lu-met wants the role for his wife,
Gloria Vanderbilt. You, know
who'r going' tb wind up with the
plum, don't you? Rightttt! Eli
xabeth Taylor. .The late Meyer
oerger once explained the dura durability
bility durability of New York columns
"New York couldn't run out of
stones, it Just couldn't. There are
a million plots every day, and a
million different year, will discov-
er that Is a lot more exciting to
Shah Of Iran Will ;
Sign US Treaty ...
Desiie Red Threat
TEHERAN, Feb. 25 (UPI)
The Shah of Iran; refusing to bow
to boviet warnings, today reaf
firmed' Iran's decision to si eh s
bilateral military agreement witji
the United Stages "despite all
He firmly brushed aside engry
words from the- Sov'et Union
which have said that Iran "wilt
definitely" become Rusia's n
my if it goes ahead and signs the
military agreement with America
"We are not afraid,' the Shah
today told a Joint assembly meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing of Senators and Mali's deputies.
The Shah said that the Iranian
government had already informed
Ihe Rus'ans of their Intention t6
sicn the agreement. Iran slmul
taneously assured the Russians
that it was onlv a defensive alli
ance and would Bot be involved
unless Iran was attacked ffom
. 1. .iu. .,-w-
311 Biicayne Bird.
JHlaml 37, riorida
Phone: Fit 3-2C4T :
Calls Venezuela SSS
Quito, Ecuador : u
Bo rta, Colombia
; r anama
''V. ; 'H' f n i
EdUlcle Jfethwel City Bank
. ranmraat .. La Eirnosleloii)
' Ave 'eiiaHF;
fajiami, R. de P.
MAROILCO, S. A.
To: Stockholders of MaroUco, S. A.
"it is the volley of the company, in nil conntrlee where the eomps.ny
jperates, to allow the residents the opportunity .of shnrlnt la toM11
development of the oil industry In their respeetlre eountrles, yet havlnrtheto?
Investment secured by the other interests of ih company throughout Sovthmnd
Central Amerlcsi. '. ', ; fef v
In keeping with this policy, the Board of Directors, at a meeting held
on December 33, 1958 passed a resolution, with subsequent stock-holder ap ap-provaLv
provaLv ap-provaLv allocating 35,00 shares of the company's stock for sale and distribu distribution
tion distribution to residents of the Republic of Pahama.;- The resolution provided that the
tale price shall rbe $8.60 per Shareand thai all money received front Me sale
of these securities Is to be used exclusively to exploration, and development or
leuses of the jltepHblle of Panama, The money received from the tale to to b
ndded to the amounts previously allocated by the Board of Directors for the
exploitation of the Company's Panamanian: leases. yf.. ,uiT
--'-"Helthe thte letter, or" the eomp publlsheaSsM)Ii.r Jr6gmrT,
Report", are to bo construed as being an offer to sell any securities of Marouco,
S. A., inasmuch as the greatest part of these securities have been subscribed
to as of .this date." j i.1S. 'si&. Av' 1
onntrrrrnW rno i oca.'
la the Darlen area the Camaany will drill
a dee well te 7, MS feet at the approximate
cost of S5M.SM from funds budseted by the
Company for the Panamanian operation. The
r jr, operation to due te commenee within tne aesl
see aajreu..' (,.-.,,
v -3H.t ktMi
. w jtj mr p 11 SI
.yMtoV ft .-:-T
V ;r JOE W4VEST,
Durlns the carreut yeaa
the eompaay has echeduM'
te drill two dee wells ta tattle
ttle tattle Sentaader and r Sea
. Jaaa samctare areae. ,i
txtenalva esalerartoa ft)
ta retress eel ear M,S
la that eotusnr.'
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Negro Voting Rights Suit In Alabama
Hinges On 'Suability' Of Registrars
rn MiRFrtRM ffWRfr 'Th klnas Heralds' (above) are scheduled to rAye'"t6day from fean
JoseCosti'RWaf foffa performance on March l at the National Theaters Members of the
quarts are Bob Edwards, Bob Seamouiit, '-Way ne -Hooper and Jerri Dillshowri here with an
tolderitlftedlridivfdtlal.'1 -Alsb arrivlnf ; witt jthe quartet is Prof Brauio Perez Marclo, director
r 6f the Vofce : 6f Pteophecy' Spanisn-language radio and television programs who will speak
during the lobal appearance of the Kings Heralds. Admission to the theater will be free.
Violence On Textile picket Line
Sendsi Trdp Ttt Henderison, N.C.
t,r,teiJeJtexta s)xiksterday'K.rea 'JtgH'cfay aha non-striker'i
nd iBUfavtmpBers were, rushed jn I Ws" ovrtfirned by a crow
And aUfa.ttoQPers wer
after the beaiuiE-.of .a union o;
. Angry strikers threw stones and
shouted .curses-t aon-strikers n-
Mayor .Carxoll-. V. Singleton .urged
CovLuther v,H. Hodges last
night to send additional troopers
because.he ieawd the "ugly' sit sit-uation
uation sit-uation was getting put of cootrol.
About midnight, unidentified
pe.psona jdragged Boyd Payton,
southern direptor, for (he Textile
Workers iUnion .'of. America :from.
hia. mojre ieomaiidp.jbeahiml
avagely with a soft drink, jSottle.
:Paytoo suffered serious head in-
'4iiriAa otiH.uoe toft iinpnncpimis in
!a: pool of hlood, .He was jeporied
.satisfactory.;.. .... !.t ;
i The attack on Payton added to
the strife on the picket lines, and
etonings tW&Mud detfttei police
r re-inforcements. Non-strikers were1
! i Assault charges' -wer brought
gainst nearly a scora of strikers.
A! third4 dytfamitihg lncMent
.ciftnectidh with' the strike
by a crowd
There has been sDoradic. most
ly minor violence" since the mills
re-opened a week ago after being
shift ffdwiTM "the' Strike since
No.' n: The company invited
strikers to return to their jobs
and Monday announced it would
begin hiring new employes to re replace
place replace those Strikers who refused.
The strike was called in a dis
pute over an arbitration clausin
the contract. 1
'"ADOui'.aoO.'Wdrlrert" were af
fected. The mintf.wer.ln economic
mainstay of this town of 1Z.0O0
located 40 miles north of Raleigh.
The'strlke 'wined out an estimated
The union claTme8' 8 for cent
of workers. Yesterday Mills Presi Presi-SlW'''tolm::fCMwe.;
SlW'''tolm::fCMwe.; Presi-SlW'''tolm::fCMwe.; estimated
pef cent efficiency with some
200 new, employe 'and returning
m m iff
(Presented by Ihe Qeprtment
of Christitn Education of. the
Episcopal Church in the Mis
sionary Diocese of the Panama
Your Evtpina Bible Reading
ecciesiastes. e:i-u ...
"A man to whom God hath
given riches, wealth and honor,
so that he wanteth nothing for
his soul of all that he desireth.
yet God giveth him not power
to eat thereof, but a stranger
eateth it: this is vanity, and an
evil diseas.;; VH ,.ffT. ij(U
In this chapter the preacher
confesses his torment of spirit at
the thought that a man who
masses good things in this world
toust leavevttiem,. at last, and
somebody coming after turn will
take over what he leaves. "This
is vanity, .and an evil, disease."
S.W vm? tfthen'R'aelf;
The Justice DepartmBt..told a
federal judge yesterday two Cum
ty registrars resigned', their1 posts
as a .nxanspsrent oevice'vTB,
cum vent U.S. qivu nghta "action
aeamst denial of NegrtXtotlng
hrights iji rt.&t&n-
H&L Attorney ; Joseph ii'iftyan
Jr. argued in the opemsg phase
ot civil rights suit trial that the
registrants, Giady .Roger aad E.,
P. s"ivingston,v were- proper, de defendants
fendants defendants in the action. The de defense,;
fense,; defense,; headed by Alabama's at
torney, general, counterea with a
motion.' to quash the suit. :
2Tbe action is the second legal
suit brought under the 1957 Cwfl
Rights act the same act which
created the controversialist; s.
Giyfl Rights Commission. t iseeks
an injunction against refusal ot
Macon eounty. Ala., to-register 20
Negroes as qu lifted voters.
Ms con is the site of famed Tus-
kegee Institute, and the Negroes
include college personnel and
graduates. The Justice depart-
ed that they were denied the right
te register by devious means.
"U.S. Judge Prank M. Johnson
took under advisement the motion
to dismiss the suit.
At the same time, Johnson set
a hearing March 5 on motion to
amend the suit to make the state
of Alabama a party to the a-
Alabama Atty. Gen. JTacDonald
Gallion argued the suit should be
dismsised a grounds the com complaint
plaint complaint cannot be enforced through
Mie nignts aci ei xai uu
that both Rogers and Iivingaton
have resigned their positions as
This ease is eompletely pre
posterous," Gallion argued.
He said umaer Aiaoama nw a
board of registrars is not nor ean
ft ibe construed as a persoii or in
dividual and Uius the federal gov
ernment cannot proceed with its
suit under the Civil Rights Act
He said t Rogers and Livingston
resigned in, "good faith" weeks
before the suit was served. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers has been e'ected to the state
House of Representatives and Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston ha' been appointed to the
jury canwssion in Macon Coun County."
ty." County." Under Alabama's Constitution,
Gallion said, no man can hold two
paid public offices and therefore
the new pests of Rogers and Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston pre-empt them fior serving
Ryan J countered with the argu argument
ment argument the Civil Rights Act did not
specifically define person or in in-dividiual
dividiual in-dividiual and the legislative ntent
of .the.: act, as evidence by discus discussions
sions discussions 'B the Senate Judiciary
Committee, indicated a board of
registrars is a "suable entity."
'"Ryan contended Rogers and
Livingston had no fight to resign
until their successors were ap appointed
pointed appointed because "voter1 registra registration
tion registration i an indispensable, perequis perequis-ite."
ite." perequis-ite." He charged he two men
utilized the "transparent dwvice of
hasty resignation to frustrate fed federal
eral federal rights."
He said Alabama law Indicates
registrars cannot resign until their
successors have been named and
that this procedure must be main maintained
tained maintained "for continuity's sake.
Someone hat to turn records over
to someone else and Rogers and
Livingston have not fulfilled their
The original suit complains that
in Macon County white registered
voters number 3,016 out of ap
proximately 3,100 or approximate
ly 91 pef t eent. The suit claims
only .1.110 jNfeeroes ink f sodtox
imately 14,000 at legistered of 8
Birth To Twins
teen-year-old Mrs. Catherine W;
Gordon gave birth to twins yes yesterday
terday yesterday and"the! 'boys" were report reported
ed reported "doine just fine" today.
The father. Richard W. Gordon,
17, is unemployed but "willing to
do any kind of work." The Gor
dons live with Mrs. Gordon's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
The first twin weighed S pounds,
9 ounces at birth and the second
3 pounds, 2 ounces. x
The infante inherit a tradition
of having a young mother. Mrs.
Caskey was 17 when Catherine
was born. Caskey's mother was
16 when he was born and Rich
ard's mother was 16 when he was
pUHM M A KAMI
!y 1 Lasagna
T J' l'-T "t all hours
With every Italian dish
a Clip of b AGO RED
WINE ON THE HOUSE
(UPI) The Tola
le celebratme its
eighth year remembering the for
gotten w hospitals and lnstUu lnstUu-tions,
tions, lnstUu-tions, but it doesn't have te wor
ry about remembering what ks
name stands for.
Mrs. Malva Andre, foundm of
the club, says the name lola
"doesn't stand for snything."
It's just a pretty same he
thought ef," she aaid.
Milk kbt Cood
AN FltANClSCO, OTI) X- A
bone disease specialist say adults
in many eases wouU. benefit
more from drinking whisky thai
milk. Dr. Felix Kolb of the Univer University
sity University of California said that, irhile
milk is a fairly good food for chit
dren, It is and we qnotev-prote-ably
jio good for grown humane it
all." Kolb said many inactive, yer yer-soij
soij yer-soij have nn excess of eaJcjuinLB)
their blood stream and drinking
milk which supplies eaJcinnW'
eouJd prove harmful. ',
CMAHNft MASTER T-W
. With a wide variety of nteimaa and
mmmtlni available from existiiif atoclu,
yourlocaT dbtrlbnter wUl be happy to
five you an estimate and make tnmediata
installation of a better antenna for your
T.V. and for your F M
receiver as well.
S a.m. If
I p.m. 4
eiosed SAf. 9.H.
TELERAD, S. A.
Aerosa from Co tCola
enter into the loy of real life en-
Iv bv eivine away our goods to
those around us and to those to
com after us. To the rich young
ruler he said "Sell all mat thou
hast and follow me." He even
set the perfect example of giving
by saying "Greater love hath o
man than this,' than that a man
should lay down his life for a
Giving and sharing are so In Interwoven
terwoven Interwoven in the pattern of Chris
tian Life, that they cannot be sub
stituted for by self-centerednest.
In this materialistic world of ours
A 1 1 i Jl .A-L
iWfk nt" cUiehicaru-azaiaircOrillClDHhiiS OTien lorgoucn
miseivJ'f, ftltteitlriM ivriwr mad rsh te
'J ... ; 1 . I -'. , ; J
X. As I am eontinnlna to make
jfl improvement In nay service
at te yo'u,,'j!C iiaTft'anmend
electrical services on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, February 26th at the
tll&lr Ht a
Calle 3 de Noviembre, betw
Este bis and Avfiaiboa. .-
r Ave. Eloy Airaro, 6etween.4;aiie u t
and Ramon valdes andA.-BaUwa.
Calle Carlos A. Mendoza.
Calle f Este and 15 Est. J j
Ave. B, between Oalles 14 and 15 Este.
Ave, beteenCalaOaJhtt B Este.
Ave.: Central, between Calles 11 and 12
Jr.allM. IS-.kMJ j11 itTjetei:
v it ha I'm
the real vanity to regard one's
goods as being strictly and sole solely
ly solely one's own? Certainly it con contradicts
tradicts contradicts the teaching of Jesus con
cerning our enjoyment of our
MA man has mad at least a
start en discovering the meaning
of human life when he plants
shade trees under which he knows
Our Lord's doctrine k that wefuH well he will never ait.1
Central Ave. No. 27-lt
Juste Arosemena Ave.
j aWl IV HAiHniHVH
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
1 r NETWORK
4 130 Kilocycle PANAMA
" 1090 Kilocycle COLON
PANAMA MEDElilN -PANAMA
(J i3 L-S .UU
' r Y
PANAMA BOGOTA-CALI -'MEDELLINPANAMA!
1 Everything is less xpn$rvo h Cft
lombia. We'll be happy ro givr
you any further information.
.Panamanians and U.S. citi4
zens do not need aassH
ports only a tourist card
4 ... V
Baggage allowance 66 lbs)
Poy 10 down take as long as'
20 months to pay the balance
Jk Jtjr AioaV
IH W-.. f. :t ..
1 f fi
mZr by STUBEBAKER
ciar of distinction and best buy of the year
three way economy car; when you buy. operate, and repair.
. 4 n't ir-i?-'
TBS PANAMA MERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. KETTSPAFEE
$ .- H $
Answer to Praviout PunU
j'mf L mmmJ i, uLpU rV 3-0740 0 74l
fj fmfllf If Unml it 'mm.
VtNfaUUAND MRS. GAITHER HONORED
H 1Y ITALIAN AMBASSADOR LAST EVENING
ThJilUn Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Mario Maioli tn tn-Hrtain
Hrtain tn-Hrtain tht Embaiy residence last evening with a dinner non non-ring
ring non-ring Lt. pen. Ridgely Gaithar, Commander in Chief, Caribbean
Command, and MrtGaither.
Will Be,' Honored Tonight
The Embassador of Guatemala
to Panama Manuel Orellana Car Car-lona
lona Car-lona will be honored tonight at a
larewell reception given by
member? of the Diplomatic Corps
assigned to Panama. The affair
ill be given at the Union Club.
Ambassador Cardona will leave
the Isthmus soon to become his
country's ambssddor to Chile.
in Panama City of the marriage
of Miss Francia E. Diez to Sgt.
Cecil Jennings. The vows were
exchanged in a priva-; ceremo
ny at the home of the bride.
Sgt. Jennings' is assigned to
Announcement has been
A workshop session of the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Writers' League is
scheduled for the Fort KoDbc
Service Club tomorrow evening at
1 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 (FraTiglpani), Panama
City, Republic of Panama.
Col. Harold R. Shaw, league
president, hat extended an invita
tion to interested persons to at'
tend, whether or not they are
members. Military men assigned
to Fort Kobbe and their depend
ents are expecially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hidalgo
Announce Daughter's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. William Hidalgo
announce the birth of their first
daughter, Debby, in Havana, Cu
Mr. Hidalgo is assigned to
LAGS in Havana.
The baby is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Hidalgo of
San Francisco de la Caleta. Miss
Wilma Hidalgo of Balboa is the
Book Review Section
Canal Zone College Club
Mrs. George T. Darnell
will be hostess at a meeting of the
Book Review Section of the Canal
Zone College Club tomorrow
morning at 9:30 at her ome,
6365 Juan Diaz Place, Los Rios.
Mrs. John C. L. Adams will
review the book "My Enemy
Grows Older by Alexander King.
All members of the College
Club and guests are invited to
'CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
7HE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
ni ,. it rnuiH h an elabor
t sac. but the Waldorf-Astoria
has reserved one .of .its most im
portant suites for Elizabeth Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Eddie Fisher. The f cuttle cuttle-H,,tt
H,,tt cuttle-H,,tt u that. thf romantic Da IT Will
be in New York for just a couple of
days. then. fly to some Laun a
mpriran citv...Bricitte Bardot is
in hiriino because of a distress'
ing skin ailment. She's reluctant
to see or talk to any except her
closest pais.. .Dr. Norman Vincent
Peal in un for a daily TV stint...
Royal circles say the Snah of Iran
is auditioning wueiy possiDuiues
with some anxiety because he'd
like to have an empress at his
side when- he makes his State vi visits
sits visits to England, Austria and Hol Holland
land Holland this Spring
Harold Austin, the drumming
ace. has Quit Jonah Jones group
to form his own combo and sing
rock 'n' roll as well, as beat the
skins.. .Charlie Feldman is coming
in from Hollywood to confer with
Eileen Ford, the model agency
executive, on a contract that will
give his managerial firm Famous
Artists rights to the film services
of all Ford cover girls from this
moment on. (Suzy Parker and Mil Millie
lie Millie Perkins of the celluloid "Anne
Frank" went from the Ford ros roster
ter roster to stardom.)
More than one movieland dream
girl is shivering over the report
that Dr. Robert Franklin, the
I M Purchase
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Ladies' SHOKTS...Rcg. 1.
combed Cotton chino W
Ladies' PEDAL PUSHERS...Re.'2.99.r. $ 2.00
SPECIAL PURCHASE... Reg. 4.99 ea.
Ladies' PLAY SETS...Re. 2.69 ea.,2 F0R 5.
Ladies' HANDBAGS...Rc. 1.29 54c
GIRLS I to 6X
DRESSES... 3.00 $ .33
USE OUR UY-AWAYILAN
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Acro8 from the Central Thatsr
COTTON BATISTE... 79 ea.
Infants' DIAPER JACKETS 2 FOR $50
SANFORIZED COTTON Re. 79 ea.
Boys' UNDERSHORTS... 2 F0R A 00
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THROW RUGS...Rcg. 1.99 ..
BATH MAT SITU 1.99
West Coast Dia&tic sureeon form
erly married. to, Vanessa Brown,
is busily writing "a book abut nis
experiences: with; the famous, la ladies
dies ladies i whose- facet he improved
through the Vears-.-Jhe VMt. Reil-
ly bookea into, a suite, wait mil
uonaire Ray fiyan at the Eden
Roc m Miami Beach is actually
wuuam noiaen 01 me cinema.
Official Washington iS buzzins a
bout an ambassador's sudden
winafaU of $5,000,000. .There' talk
01 a benate investigation ... Now
that Nina Foch has announced her
divorce, it's a good bei that the
wedding bells wilj be ringing for
ner ana bod -wagon Train" Hor
ton. triends believe her radiant
appearance presages the happy
As Debbie Reynolds' marital
troubles mounted, so did her box
omce .appeal,, apparently. The ex ex-Mrs.
Mrs. ex-Mrs. Fisher has.beenturnine down
more offers than she's .been able
to accept, her film commitments
are so heavy ... Those headlines
linking the late Margaret Biddle
with a current Paris spandal re recalled
called recalled to New Y6rk socialities that
she once eave a hand
cju,uvu 10 can oir nis engagement
to a debutante-of-the-vMr Rut
few months later he changed his
iiimu auu marnea me girl any anyway.
way. anyway. '"'''
John Roosevelt is hpinw taiVoH
of as a serious candidate in the
next mayoralty race.,., The Frank
oinaira set, wftlch rather prides
itself on Dean Martin's Hrfnirmo
Browess, should have fun with a
sec lie in ttio uravo" that shows
Dino, playing a reformed alcohol-
., ueiug lempiea ny t bottle of
unie...ine uuchess of Windsor's
J j p at ae Colony the
uay was a, xongisn brbadtail
coat ornamented by a perfectly
round black; mir1 collar. y
Joe Glasejhai tter,i
4 y-,, X U Ulll
peier uyae McCoy of "Sugar
i.iuK W come out of retire'
ment and form, a ri
tette. After a seripq nt min
"5"i tiuo engagement, t hov-n
make their New Ynrfc hk
T J..L.. uvuwl t '"C
-of the 42nd St. newsstands feature
l "'"sazmes aeaicated to the
puysique man publications
displaying female pin-ups I uTr
Wu, owner of the East HorW
P ans a one-man exhibit of his
pictures taken in HonPkm,ff Lu"J 3
ttt iop commer6ial"pho-
j .Julie London's
Called flhetitan, to
iroup, her lone-time r'
Ste Wit hal
- iU uw wim nerreluctanop
to give UD Jaclr Wokk' ir:a":e
because she r""""'
on her own she doesn't need lit
.1.7. Vl. ",c Tiars LlUh aro
l:.fe.w niSht- ago
BY OSWALD JACOBY
V'j-I- for NEA frvlee
J ; v.
WEST (D) : ; EAST
i a .!-"
. Q J?,-v
. : Bothryulnerablt '.
West ; North, Cast gqntii
IV 14 v 4V pu,
Pat Pass ': .;t','-V...
; Openinf lead f 4
1 A i.VJ'.
North and .South j pave a cheap
save at iour &).aes against west's
heart game, ut not ons pair at
the summer Nationals chose to
take it. ifttvAtw;".- ,
The normal opening lead was
a trump and west would lead 'a
spade 10, dummy. North usually
played the ace and led back the
queen, whereupon declarer "would
take dummy's king, ruff the last
spade, draw she last, trump, and
lead a diamond. North would take
nis king and play a- second dia
mond tt bis partner s ace.
At th s-point, South ;,would see
that the could not afford a third
diamond lead and would play the
oeuce or. ;ciuDSiwesj' "cunt would
force North Vjack ao'd''West would
proceed to finesse against South's
queen 'and" make hi contract
If North; plrys the king of dias dias-monds
monds dias-monds right after winning his ace
of spa,dt he can heat;the hand,
since jdclarer wifi vha,va to play
the clubl himself, but no North
played .found that defense.
However, a couple of Souths did
find a defer.se. Instead of play
ing the-.,deuce of clubs they led
the qgefejiThis fooled West and
he woteiii,ummy?and plsyed South
for hav ng the club jak also. Cur Curtains
tains Curtains for Wgstf Top .for Soufli!
Cnatrprino aKm.. .u .
writPr M.-lr lortune song song-w
w song-w 5ac fdeo dropped play,
mg cards there a f nZp.l
Cloris Leachman beat out
lead i nfe.aceforThe
m" v; r"cV oiar uood Nieht
once Marjorie Steel had relinS.
so anxious tn
flew, to New
RaOUl Lew. nr,,n J
gitte Bardofs movies Chas r?
Pleted negotiations to fil"
ine that tt, -t- c """ersiana-rnithtih-e.nAlre
P ay the role she
xorK to audition
vuv iiu Jiiiii aa r n o n ei nen
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Group Of Governors
uajai, Miss., Feb. 25 (UPU
Nine of the Nation's
i;" wu.cuung new m Integra
tion proposals today.
muv. ieroy UHlins of Florida
Chairman of the N.tinn.i
L,Cu!ence' Prosed td the
other e ght members of the Con Conference
ference Conference s execuUve committee that
a meeting on the integration prob problem,
lem, problem, be set up between represen represen-of
of represen-of oremors, the Adminis-
f: e aia not exPect
the committee to endorse the-pro-
JSm l "t 'u meetin tody. but
!mi hadopes of later "PProv
al if the White Hnn.n jrv..
gress show interest In his "mi
erate approach to the integration
TTI- II 1 ...
moaerate" plan, revealed
yesterday would take the right to
rule in school desegregation case
11 urn me courts and give it to Fed
The governors in Jthe final ses
siun 01 a two-aay meeting, also
were 10 study a oroposed trio tO
n.BBia oy committee members.
Collins had earlier nrcut n.
proval of the Soviet Union's invi invitation
tation invitation for a June visit but at least
one rovernor h.s privately said he
would omxwe the nlan on grounds
such trins should bn mad bv ren ren-resentatives
resentatives ren-resentatives of the Federal govern government,
ment, government, rather than state govern govern-mpt.
mpt. govern-mpt. Collins ald his race-relation
nlan wonH (yrryot r'se"reatio"
Court piH"" M JB!4 but wo"M
llUrl Blnt 'nun of force IP
Q The bidding has been:
.JKast SonOijJPjert. North,
la Double IV" 1
' Pass 4 a Pass 8
Pass ' 5 Pass 1 4'
: Pass ; ? ., J- r-
You, Seutk hoWr i'X ft
AqBl KQ7S Afl4 eVI
' What do you dot s,' v.. ft;;:
A BUt six apMea, A purer
weedd be a ewt te
' Again yon have doubled East's
one dub opening, West, has bid
one heart an North has bid one
spade. You, South, hold:
AAQU VAKTl AQJ4 4Z
What do you do?
LONDON -(UPD A aauad nf
policemen arrived too late at a
London store to nab tm ftr.
hour Intruders, but there were
definite clues to the r age group
empty ice cream containers, emn-
W -iingM. pop, ,botte8.ind sticky
little r ha
r 4 Slop
moisture SP1 -Wi
. 4 Urge bodies I'1!
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iscnwa Ms Network! si Monpieatant 3 rreachiatnei it
14 Orchid IS French city it Surgical 44 Beware th M,r
18 More severe 24 Indian ; '. thread -efMrch
20Anoint '.," i-wight' :w M Swiy 41 Staveles.
JO "lily maid of
22 Reposed "Hti
24 Placed agSitt
J5 Fancy ;.-., jt
A Sand hill Jn
4t in favor of Pi
51 txist :
M Mineral rocks
54 Moral wrong
87 Abstract being
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Youth Meeting Set
By Billv Graham
MELBOURNE. Australia (UPIl
American evangeMsf ,tBilly (Gri (Gri-tam
tam (Gri-tam said tonight he will .hold t
special meeting for youths Satur
day in response to av aippeal fro.m
a Doagie w agie.
Graham told a capacity crowd
of 22,006 that he didn't really know
whit a "bodgi widgie.". .was.
"but I suppose tbey areth same
as the EngHsh iTeddyMiy and the
The evangelist said he received
letter from a confessed bodgie
widgie requesting a special meet-
UK 1VI MUUC1WO T IUglV TT llvOC
lives are as empty' as" a.' mine.y
He asked very adult to bring
at least one teen-ager to the
meeting Saturday night, adding:
"I hope this gt mjibwi.WMl
be failed to capacity with young
...... .t :. ... j ..p
Douglas: invites; ;
To Leave Party-'
Chicago (UPiMen. Pslfl h."
toqugla,s.'(D-jni.) haf invited louth louth-era
era louth-era Democrats 46 walk.6iJtof the 1
cannot accept the convention's :
plank on racial Issues. .'
"The Democratic Party does not
want or need racial or religious
frrettce last night. ;
pack a box lunch for themL as
they gp out ln'o the. wilderness,"
the Illinois 'Den.,ocrati saidv ".' ? I,
o Douglas said ; a Roman Catholic
"may .well',; be.' elected President i
in tyHT bill addedC that .the stlte-.;;
ment, was, not' necessarily an en-;
dorsemeit ..!if &n.lohn F, Ken-i,
nedv (D-Masi.l. a Catholic and
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HH fAJS AMA AfrLfciVLAv aW 4afe-uM,M. i..U.Jt i..niUU
Asocial -ana vii vrwi e
tv, vhmrr, meeting. ofT-itht"
Atlantic -Side Newcomer Pl-RN-v The young couple is-;. making
will be held tomorrow aferno
at 1:30 it To! emaiL'i faxkvr,
Thi will a closed: meeting,!
inn ;meniDers tie ..icmuuucu. raiianivnim-irTM .-'.
fee for .the'trip teethe .SajBlatLUsM Recent
Islands must iiara lat .aomow
row's f,,"4r T w''r'.
UW'MIM ROCS V;- ":
oAmemt locsl-resideats who have
recently visited i.thv Panamonte
lina in Boquet, jire i Airs. Nia a
iasraiari, air 5 -uu .mrs.. item
Rohlfing. Mr: nd Mrs. Russell
MJone"Mx.'?it Mrs. Weils
Wright, Mr, aa Mrs. Henry I,
Donovan, Mr r sand Mrs. Paul
Welle of Panama; tfnd David -ft
Houston eJPuertft Armuelles,.
-.. i t r i-
Honored On irtMaylff ; "t vTrtkBr, f iMrt i apd. ,Mrs.,
jar. ana Mn.. a.ennetn--ftooa ea
tertained at their urundu resv
- rlcnre last 'Week Id celebrate the
third birthday :Jf daughter;
Laura Karen. s
The- partway attended by.wa by.wa-boat
boat by.wa-boat 55 children and their parents.
Mr., and Mrs.! bias f f r
Announce Recent? tKfT
Mr. andi Mrs. iDomlnie'kX'Piai
nf New drleaM. La laonounce
the recent m a rria ge ; 6i .-,'t h e i r
daughter. ''Betty F!ote?,-f-u:;
Ternsnd MannjnU Espian,, ott of
Mr. and ilrsJ,F!r,nand-(Espjar-et
The 'WWe I atten(fed -fCoiiiaan
where Mi. Eipian is studnsur,
ffated "from IfelW.'High s School!
in 1955. f tfi'lr'i J
fieir home it 'lOH South Ejfihjj
!$i Backed Twice
- TiCVoilK,l'eb. 25 ; (UPI)
pvid Cafnparella, '5-yar-old son
ui iouiici' 1 tu gcr ch tuner Awy
Camipanclla, ftoda Saccd another
cfiarce" of "tveniJe delinauency
t malor tapnyieftH4Ws gio-.iee:pTOjiniu uo?7a.;
. . 1-4-.-.H w Jiis ad(Ieneq father, a leader in
the-figQtagaiast Juvenile delin delin-uuenoy,
uuenoy, delin-uuenoy, saiff DsrVKf had nevtr been
trouble-oetore' ftntf; promised .'
; JTf got to tryv to help him
wner.: hes eets messed uo." .Cam-
paneBa said at bis? Glen Cove,
jJavia was : convicten yesteraay
ins-Children's XJourt on a charge
of Juvenile, delinquency stemming
from slreetjiihjt in which a
tfMup ef 'Neiro 'you'th' had chat
lenfied I eroup of white youths to
'.-"-V -. V T W. S -ft r L. .j, -.1 ., J J. . ,T
nouncd, tyestrlay that 'a.three-inest of touchness.
week .tT;al seoarat-on hart failed
. to solv theif marital problems'
planned so .we could, set abetter
perspective: of things thataye
craDped'UpDetween us sng. said.K
wnen ne. remrneo ;( nome irom
New YorsT Sunday'we spenf the
entire day discussing our prob-
She wid ..Lemalleft their house
.ROU-YWCKMJ lUFD "Actress
Arleae-Dshl ba retained an at attorney
torney attorney to slartJivorce proceed
ings against hudiand of-tour
yerteter' icrcamwx umi
The riaJidirec;if. acjresr-- an
in the t evening 'ana :shje as notv
een JumJficej -f Si
"I ues Jfiere only' tme 'thing
to do net a divorce 1
. Miss DahlormeTlyC wed to ex ex-film
film ex-film Taiwan LexT'Barker,' and
Lamas hive a son, Lorenzo, 1
Lamas, out .apartment hunting,
sa!d4hvwas "ejrtremely upset
over the breakup but it had, to
come ji naa io ena in' oivorce,
Cen tols Bo cWh
ATHENS Ga7 tfJPI-The UnP
versitv of Georgia. Jan" Society
has canceled the appearance
the Dave ttruoecK quanei oecausr
fh h si lver is a Nesro.
' Stuart- Woodsy president ofj
ihe campus Jazz society, whicti nas
125 members; said Brubeck!s ap appearance
pearance appearance scheduled ..for March. 4
was cancelled, on., advice of uni university
versity university officials.' 1
' ."University 'policy,, established- in
tlie Jast two years, prohibits r"
cially mixed groups for performs
ing on .the campus.-. The school
will not permit, .university .university-approved
approved .university-approved -.tudent groups, 'to-' spon
sor such events j ,
Wdods, a sociology senior, taid
he f rsl- learned that;; Brubeck's
foursome hao ; Kegra when; pubr
licitv t cture Mjrived yesterday
Woods saidU-e: telephoned ; Bray)
beck. Who called the action .' un unconstitutional
constitutional unconstitutional and ridiculous.",;.
The entertainer ,is- currently ap
pearing at the; Apollo Theater in-
BruDecKlj'i group, is augene
Wrght. t Vm
Rrubec's'gent told Woods, he-
did. jiotknow Bruoeckibad Me Me-grq
grq Me-grq in the 'gr(iUp.?Woods said the
quartet Jwds an -'all-white combo
when, he saw i. two years ago. ?;
-Louis Armstrong appeared on
the camihis her.e two-yearst ago
Westrex Hirh Fidelity Stereophonic Equipment type 4545 with Mcintosh amplifiers was
exhibited during the conference of Executives of the VVestrex Corporation which ended recently
at the Panama Room at the Panama Hilton Hotel, rneir represeniauve lirm in ranama is wes-
trex Company, Caribbean.
Plea By AFL-CIQ.
ABA Officially Raps Supreme
Court For Going Easy On Reds
to! with a ,i racially mixed group.
"" f ...
. : "CHICAGO (UPI) The amerl amerl-can
can amerl-can Bar Assn. yesterday accused
the U.S. Supreme Court of going
easv on Communists and called
on Congress to step in with tough
2io sooner had he been dis
charged iron, f the court with a
warning he would be' dealt with
severely 1 Weoi into any .forth-
i 'err trdublev than police' took him
iffTtof .questioning 'abbul a drug-
ncin c iiniEiiiir. r
David confessed" to "breaking 'n 'n-to
to 'n-to the drugstore accompanied by
a friend, 'George Delmos, 16, po police
lice police said, and. admitted taking $9
ana eome-. cigaroiieti.' ,,.
fciSoked1 W1 ft? second
charge1 v OH? ju verifl -delinquency
and wjll appear iri Children's
Court today for arraignment. He
was released in custody of his
mother.' Ruth, and went home
to lace Campanellaf who hss
been confined to a wheel' chair
since an auto accident 13 months
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The accusation and recommen
dation were contained in a con
troversial resolution approved Oy
overwhelming voice vote at the
mid-winter meeting of the ABA's
House of Delegates.
xne vote made tne resolution
the official policy of the powerful
organization representing 200,000
American lawyers. The nation's
most prominent lawyer, Supreme
Court Chief Justice E,arl Warren,
is not a member. His resignation
was accepted by the ABA Friday
The 50-plus page resolution, pre
pared by the ABA's special com
mittee on Communist tactics and
strategy, said the Supreme Court
had weakened the nation's secu security
rity security by its ruling on 24 -cases in
volving: accused communists or
Flying directly in the face of
the court, the ABA delegates de demanded
manded demanded that state statutes against
seuuios oe given cqneurrent en enforcement
forcement enforcement towers as federal laws.
The court has held tna-t-anti-sedi
tion lawiyWe -thi GxeJUsivo busi
ness of the federal government.
The ABA also asked that
wherever t here are reasonable
grounds to believe that as a re
suit of court decisions internal se
curity is weakened" the Congres
should ena ct legislation i to plug
The j3A also, wanted ;the House
Un-Ametican Activities : Commlti
tee to take on. the job of studying
the operation of existing anti
Communist laws and the House
itself to set up a standing anti
Communist investigative commit-
The bitterest criticism of the
ABA action came from Washing
ton. Chairman Emanuel Celler
(D-&i'3ttf the House Judiciary
Committee called the resolution
'irresponsible" and "most un
The ABA delegates were "ob
sessed' with security and oblivious
of individual liberty," Celler said
He called their resolution "a ma
ligning; of the SupremenCour'
Twoj committee memDers eora-
gratuiatea tne .aba, nowever.
Rep. Wiuiam x. Mcuuiiocn tu-
. 1 1 (J-- 1,
Uiuo ) preaicieo a irienuiy recep
tion for the proposals in con
gress. Rep. Robert T. Ashmore
(D'-S. C.) was happy that the
come to feel that the Supreme
Court is not ?bove criticism."
John ,D. Randall of Cedar Rap
ids, I6wa, was nominated to sue-'
ceed Ross L. M alone of Roswell,
N.M., as the next president at
the ABA's August meeting in Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach, Fla.
In a new move, the delegates
also chose a resident-elect to
serve as an aide to the president
until he assumes office. The man
named for the post was Whitney
North Seymour, of New York,
one-time solicitor. general of the
U.S. during the Hoover administration.
Friction Among Reds
WASHINGTON UPI) Assistant
Secretary of State Walter S. Rob
ertson yesterday dismissed fore
casts of Moscow Peiping friction
ts "wishful thinking".
Robertson testified before a Sen Sen-te
te Sen-te disarmament subcommittee
wheh is considering Red China's
role in any future nuclear test ban
or other disarmament agree
Earlier, two non-government
al experts on Far Eastern affairs
told the subcommittee that t h e
danger of war in the Far East
would be lessened it me unuea
States could persuade National
ist China to give up the Quemoy
and Matsu off-shore islands.
Robertson contended that the U.
S. stand beside Nationalist China
on Quemoy last fall had prevented
Communist china from bullying
all free Asian nations. -Robertson,
the State Depart
ment's Far Eastern policy chief,
defined Communist China s No,
objective as "the reduction and
eventual elimination of U.S. mil
itary Dower ana till other U.S. in
fluence ir te Far East," This,
he said, would be a first step to
ward ultimate Communist domina
tion of the entire Far East.
Robertson said the Chinese
Communists have a long record of
failure to live up to agreements
Therefore, he said, it is import
ant toVmake certain that any dis disarmament
armament disarmament agreement to which
Communist China becomes a
party includes controls ana pro
tective inspections to insure
Discounting talk of conflict be
tween the two giants of Commu Communism,
nism, Communism, Russia and China, Robert Robertson
son Robertson said it ii unlikely that either
Moscow or Peiping will allow dif
ferences to outweigh the practical
military, political and economic
auvpniages oi iummiuuai uiui;,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 -(UPI)
The AFL-CIO's call for a 35-hour
work week appeared unlikely to today
day today to get an answer from Con Congress
gress Congress this year.
Even congressional backers of
the proposal conceded that there
was little chance of it winning ap approval
proval approval In 1959. But they said that
the new demands might pave the
way for action in the future.
Th AFL-CIO executive coun council
cil council demanded yesterday that
Congress revise the Federal
Wage ahdXou'r Act to provide a
seven-hour day, 35-hour work
wook for about 20 million work
ers covered by the law.
Organized labor also is renew
ing a drive to extend coverage to
eight million more workers and to,
boost the minimum wage from $1
to $1.25 per hour.
Members of the House Labor
Committee gave these two reasons
for doubting that Congress this
year would consider shortening the
Labor Committees of both the
HoUse afid the Senate already have
heavy agenda, including labor
reform -4egislationt .. proposed a-
raenaments to tne lait-naruey
law, the higher minimum wage
proposal, and school aid bills.
Reductions in working hours
historically take time to achieve,
and there is a lot of opposition in
Congress now to shortening the
work week, i v j
Rep. Roy W. Wler (D-Mlnn.),
POLICE UPECT ROOTER
(UPI) Thieves who raided
hen house near here left five over
age hens for six young, tender
chickens they stole, poliee report
to "Yellow FevcrS
Declaration By US
" v j.- r u --; ,'
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JORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Fe.
15- (UPI) Trinidad Public Health
officials vo'ced indignation at the
action of, the United States in dec
Urjg Trinidad a yellow fever' UK ;J
fected area following the 'report'of
a single caje in the Bkhe Distrietv
of South Central Trinidad.
A few hours after the UJTltTfr1
nouncement, ne raoorc aivur-
mack Steamship line announced 1
cancellation of the cruise ship S-S.;.
Brazil's scheduled stopover ye."r
Health offidals descr bed the a'c ""
tion as unwarranted. Other
cials pointed out that, coming tJntf
the height of the tourist season, j .,y,
it threatened the loss of millioo
of dollars. v-i! rJ
Labor Committee member, i'swiMM
called tho AFL-CIO proposal -'.J.rJ.i
shot in the right direction." L3u?
"It may miss the first time, butoA
it will 1st the eroundwork for thi
future," he said.
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On RP Butterflies
Al Museum Monday
"Collecting Butterflies in Pana
ma will be the subject of a lec lecture
ture lecture bv Dr. Graham B. Fairchild
at the Panama National Museum,
on Avenida .Cuba and 30th street,
The talk will follow a brief
meeting of the Museum Soeciety
at 8:30, and will be open to tne
Illustrating his talk with spe
cimens of butterflies assembled
bv h.m for the Museum collec
tion. ana with slides, Fairchild
will tell where to look for them,
how to catch them, and how to
mount and preserve them and
use them for decoration.
"Butterflies collection," he says,
"is an interest ng hobby for per persons
sons persons of all ages. Only sinvple e-
quipment is necessary. Panama
is extremely rich in its butter butterflies.
flies. butterflies. A collection can be made
in a few months." He also will
describe their habits and life his
Fairchild,; who Is assistant cdi cdi-rector
rector cdi-rector of Gorgas Memorial Labo Laboratory,
ratory, Laboratory, Where he is medical ento entomologist,
mologist, entomologist, has collected butterflies,
as a hobby, since he was 12 years
His ;i Panama collection : iwas
started when he visited the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus with, -his father in 1921.
A' irjduateiof Harvard Collegf
where he alsc- received h's doctor.
ate, Fairchild was for some years
with the i Rockefeller Foundation
in Brazil, coming1 to Panama in
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i TBI PANAMA AMERICAN W AJ INDEPENDENT DAILY NTWSPAPDI ...v, '4
vtJESDAT, FEBRUAKT Z4, 18H
All Three Clubs Seeking
Help At Vital Positions
J By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, Feb. 25 (UPI) The Milwaukee
Braves, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds are
cooking up player trades under the hot Florida sun
that could develop into a thrte-team smorgasbord.
' -y i:
Editor iCONAOOSA RQEA NT.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
All three clubs need help at vi vital
tal vital positions. The Braves are
searching for a replacement for
the hospitalized second baseman,
Red Schoendienst; the Cardinals
would like to acquire a hard-hitting
outfielder, and the Reds need a
first baseman andor pitcher.
General managers Bing Devine
of the Cardinals and Gabe Paul of
the Redg exchanged views during
a trade talk at St. Petersburg yes yesterday
terday yesterday and John McHale, the
Braves new G.M., conferred with
Devine earlier this week.
Probable trades reportedly being
"hatched" under the sheltering
Jerry Lynch of the Reds for Vin Vinegar
egar Vinegar Bend Mizell of the Cardinals;
Gene Conley of the Braves for Irv
Noren or Bobby Gene Smith of the
Cardinals, Don Blasingame of the
rardinals for Bob Buhl of the
Braves, Johnny Temple of the
Reds for Conley land Buhl or Don
McMahon and Joe Adcock. De De-vine,
vine, De-vine, following his talk with Paul,
admitted, "We probably will have
to give up a front-line pitcher to
get a front-line man who can help
jur attack." And Mizell shapes up
as the pitcher who might be sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed in any trade, although he
is the Cards' outstanding south southpaw.
paw. southpaw. McHale conceded he was "fust
feeling out the other clubs to
what they have to offer." How However,
ever, However, the Milwaukee G.M. would
like to land replacement for
Schoendienst before the training
season it too far advanced.
The Braves announced yesterday
that Mel Roach will have his ail ailing
ing ailing left knee examined Friday by
a physician at Sarasota, Fla. If
Ihe National League champions
Isthmian Sports Car Club
To Present Grand Concourse
A Grand ConWse d'Elegance
will be presented by the Isthmian
Sports Car Club,. Saturday at 1:30
o.m. at the Balboa Railroad Sta Station.
tion. Station. This event will be the first ever
to be -presented on the Isthmus,
and will follow the regulations es established
tablished established by the motorlhg clubs in
Each car will judged on the
basis of cleanliness, maintenance,
age and beauty,
A car that is in use every day.
,will be given more points than one
that has been maintained solely
as a showpiece, the purpose being
to demonstrate the affection an
owner has for his car, an his de desire
sire desire to maintain, or restore it to
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA Air Conditioned
"The Story of Ester Costello"
COCO SOLO 7:00
"THE CARELESS YEARS"
DIABLO HTS. 8:00 P.M.
Boris Karloff, Jean Kent
Robert Rvan, Aldo Ray
"GOD'S LITTLE ACRE"
(Strictly adult fare)
"Chase A "Crooked Shadow"
. DUEL IN
' Jim Davis
aren't able to pick up a second
baseman in a trade, Roach would
move into the.gpot. However, he
has been unable to run at top
speed since injuring his knee last
Several other major league
clubs, meanwhile, may wind up
with genuine holdouts when full full-scale
scale full-scale drills start tomorrow at most
training camps. Among the major
"stragglers" are Mickey Mantle
of the Yankees,' Richie Ashburn of
the Phillies, and Bob Cerv of the
The Yankees haven't heard
from Mantle in more than a
week, although hit teammate
and Buddy, Whitey Ford, tele telephoned
phoned telephoned him yesterday at Dallas,
Tex., and indicated the twitch twitch-hitting
hitting twitch-hitting tlugger may be weaken weakening
ing weakening in hit contract squabble.
Ashburn, who led all National
League hitters last year with a .350
average, also was reported ready
to sign. However, the Phillies have
five other unsigned players Ray
Semproch, Don Cardwell, Frank
Herrera, Chico Fernandez and
Cerv isn't satisfied with the Athle
tics' latest offer a reported $528,-
000 and, like Mantle, has insisted
he won't report until he reaches an
On other training fronts: Barry
Latman, last of the White Sox
stragglers, signed his, contract;
comeback pitchers Mike Garcia,
Herb Score and Bob Lemon unlim unlim-bered
bered unlim-bered their arms without ill effects
in the Indians' camp; Harry An Anderson
derson Anderson came to terms with the
Phillies, newcomer Gary Geiger's
hitting featured a Red Sox drill,
and George Zuverink signed with
It-fif IK1nL'9fflIllWf"Wee,' c"8tS
at the Grand Concourse d'Ele
gance that have many thousands
of miles on them, yet every de
tail has been maintained or restor
ed to the degree that the car ap ap-pars
pars ap-pars to have been driven direct directly
ly directly from the showroom, yet it may
be 15 to 20 years old. More re
cent modBJ&swiltaiso 'ppeatrTO
will be 0S?iMrdtogl;1 t
one excellent model, recently
returned to the States, was a
Woolsley Super Hornet 6, of 193G
vintab, on which every nut and
bolt had been removed, and every
part dissasfemMed, cleaned,
painted and reassembled, every
worn part haying been replaced
until the car, was again in show showroom
room showroom cofiditiOnrji, '.
card, showlh'tfir'name, modi,
ihose interested in entering this
event are requested to bring a pla placard,
card, placard, showing the name, model,
and age of their car, and be at the
Balboa Railroad Station at 1:30
p.m. on Saturday.
TV SETS INCREASE
TOKYO (UPI) Japan pro produced
duced produced a total of 1,215,859 televi television
sion television sets last year,' more than
the combined total of 1,139,000
turned out in the country, id; the
preceding five yeara.
RETURNS TO DUKE
DURHAM, N.C. (UPI)-Theo-dore
(Ted) Youngling of Free-
port, N.Y., ,n assistant coach at
Duke University in 1952-53, has
rejoined the Blue Devil foothall
staff, replacing Tom O'Boyle, who
quit io taKe a Job as line coach
as the University of Miami (Fla.).
U II I Y fc I N
$1 10 PER CAR!
Gail Russell, In
SEVEN MEN FROM NOW
May Winn, in
ONG KONG AFFAIj
T I V O L I
THE RETURN OF
with John Ericson
NAKED IN THE SUN
with James Craig
Elkt 1414 7 Spur Cola 3
Opening the second half of the
season, the Elks trounced the Spur
Cola nine by 7 to 3 count. The
Spur Cola outhit the lodgemen 11
to 9, but the Elks choker was
tight in the pinches anu neia ine
sonannicers away irom ine scoring
Lew Fontaine went the distance
for the winning Elks, and right
hander Zelnick opposed him on the
mound. Billy Egolf was the top
batsman for the both sides with
three for three. For the Spur Co
la's Danny Hele had three for
four, Horsely and Mikiluch two
Police 15 Gibraltar 1 ,'
Going through the first half with
out a win, the Police took on uie
first half champions, and register registered
ed registered their first win of the season by
a lopsided score of 15 to 2. Jeff
Riley held the hard hitting Gibral
tar? in chefk all the way, allowing
only six hits and gave up only two
base on balls.
The Police exploded in thesec-
ond inning with six big runs, and
came back the next inning and
added seven more. Besides clob clobbering
bering clobbering the Gibraltar pitchers for
9 hits, three of which were doubles,
the Police took advantage of the
nine free' tickets to first base.
Short, Catron and Myers had two
safeties each for the Coppers. Gene
Hermanny also two for the Gi-
The box scores:
Ab ft H
3 6 1
' 1 1
De la Pena. If
3 0 0
0 0 0
Ebdon, cf 1
Thompson, lb ''f:
Hermanny, rf, p
Hunt, ss y
Halliday, c (
Wet Grounds Halt
SCRANTON. Pa. (UPI) A bas
ketball game in the St. Paul High
School gymnasium was halted
Monday night laecause of wet
More than 1,000 spectators
jammed into the small gym to
witness the battle between Scran-
ton Prep and St. Paul's. The
combined body heat of the un
usually large crowd increased the
humidity, whkh condensed into
small beads of water on the con
The players slipped, slid and
skated their way through the first
quarter with one of them hitting
the deck every few minutes, ine
game was finally called when an
official fell and was injured in
the second quarter,
TODAY ENCANTO 35 201
Marshall Thompson, in
'The Terror Beyond Space"
Richard Andersen, en
"Curse of the Packless Man"
Golden Prize $500.00
. DAM BUSTERS
.with Richard Todd
o -v'l :
GAME CONTENDERS The team of Kahiiv Redmond defend their firsVdayl$ad only to go
down 6-2, 6-2 before the experienced slay of Caribbean Air Commands Chief 'of, Staff C01. N.
Ei POwel and Mr. Motta of Panama City. Both In the Air Force at Albroolc in the Canal Zone,
the young men have a good-chance in consolation competition which begin Wednesday at
the base. (Official USAF Photo) C
Albrook AFB Tennis TBtifney
CHICAGO. (UPI) Spider
Webb and Bob,by Boyd, two of the
world's top 10 middleweights.
tangle in Wednesdays teievisea
bojpg show, and Wd, th fyflier-
dog. has no doubt he'll turn in an
"Webb's a faar boy ana a lair
fighter," Boyd said, "and he
ought to be number three. But
I'm going to beat him, am u s
not a make or break fight for me.
It's just another fight and I've
got the confidence that I'm .going
Webb, ranked third among the
160-pounders, was an early 5 to 2
favorite. He knocked Boyd out in
six rounds jn 1954,. in their only
previous meeting, but Bbyd dis
counted that result.
"He f never burt 'me' Boyd
said, 'Must cut my eyes, and hft
didn't I really knock me out. We
were both just coming up .then
Boyd, ranked seventh among
the middleweights, anticipates
that by beating Webb, he can
take over the thirck position.
'He s beati a couple of good
boys in Joey Giardello and Rory
Calhoun, and both of them beat
me. But I can bear them next
time and him this one."
Webb regarded the Boyd bout
as just another step on the way
toward a long-denied title match
but he complained that he was
getting a run-around in not get
ting a title shot against Ray
"This won't be an eaay fight
for me," Webb said, "but none
of them are, and I don't feel I
can afford to lose any fights."
TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) The
chances are Del Ennis will be a
booafide holdout when the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reds outfielders and infleld-
ers report for spring training
General Manager Gabe Paul
said as much yesterday as the
battery men went through their
second day of drills in hot suny
Paul has had numerous tele
Dhone conversations with the for
mer Phils and Cardinals Slugger
in recent weeks without coming
in on acrt-oomonf Tha loiae't nnn.
versation took place Monday night
and Paul said, "-we're still lar
BRADENTON, Fla. UPI) Tha"
Milwaukee Braves announced'
Tuesday that second baseman
Mel Roach, the big "tf" in their
plans for a ihird straight National
League pennant, would have his
ailing left knee examined Friday
by Dr. Michael DiColola of near nearby
by nearby Sarasota. .$;t ;
Roach has been. taking condi conditioning
tioning conditioning exercises here since mid mid-January.:The
January.:The mid-January.:The examination will de
termine Whether he will be able
to take nart in regular practice
sessions during spring training. So
To Second Round
Spalding Dot 15 6
Mimmax iavi vv-j
No. 2 13 8
APA 13 3
Chart's Beauty Shop 8 13
Taaco Battery x . 7V4 13
Tahiti Jewelry 7 14
Colonial Insurance 7 ,14
Damian 194 M. Roberts Hi
alcer 193 Camby 151
Spalding Dot 2; Tahiti Jewelry 1
By Winning two games from
Tahiti Jewelry, Spalding Dot ior
creased their league lead to H
points. The games were close and
the opposing anchormen led their
Spalding Dot: Thomas, 474; rt.
Riley, 404; Nelson, 373; Colbert,
511 J G. Riley-, 568,
: Tahiti Jewelry : Minor, 470 :
Re'ade, 378; Barbour, 477: M. Rob
erts, 475; Kunkel, 525.
st No. 2-2, APA 1
, Team No. 2 grounded APA and
won two games. This win by No. 2
enabled them to tie- APA in the
standings. Team No. 2 won the
first and second games by good
margins, but Earl Best tallied 244
the last game to give APA their
one point. :
No, 2: T. Albritton, 556; Borgis,
425; M. Albritton, 386; Dube, 522;
APA: Soyster, 568, P. Best, 402f
Winkler, 410; Prusinowski, 512; E.
Minlmax 2; Chart's Beauty Shop 1
, Chart's Beauty Shop won the
first game with only three bowlers
and then Minimax proceeded to
score 1121 for a new high team
game. The momentum of this big
game carried over and they won
the third game also. With this two
point victory Minimax now trails
bpaldiug Dot by VA points.
Minimax: Melanson, 566; Gunrt
48i; Kogers, 508; K. Schmidt, 532.;
T. Schmidt. 543
Chart's Beauty Shop: A Roberts',
513; B. Roberts, 541; M. LaBeau,
388; Blind, 149; D.. LaBeau, 290;
. COLONIAL INSURANCE 'L
' TASCO BATTERY 1
With Betty Coleman back from
vacation and the rest? of the team
on hand, Colonial insurance "kept
up with the Jones' by winning
two games from Tasco Battery.
Only in the second gsrme when. Ed
Lowande scored 252 did Tasco Bat
tery get into the win column.
Colonial Insurance: Klumpo. 497;
Coleman, 428; Voss, 459; Brown,
443; roiand, 538.
, JaC0TBatterv: c "S
351; T. Lowance 414; E. Lowande,,
553; Damian, 557.
far he has been unable to run
without a limp.
TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) Pitcher
Barry Latman, last of the Chicago
White Sox contract delinquent
finally agreed to salary terms
yesterday after sitting out the
club's first .two practice sessions.
The promising rookie riant
hander,. who won three games, for
the White Sox after reporting firom
Indianapolis near the end of Ihe
1958 season, was. to fly in from
his home in Los Angeles in time
lor today's workout.
Albrook Air: Force Base's. An Annual
nual Annual Tennis Tournament first
round competition- saiy experience
and a steadv hand oav off for the
team of Powell-Motta against a
Kahne Redmond duo. A 6-2, 6-2
final score downed the airmen
from Albrook with an intermit intermittent
tent intermittent wind 'making service hard to
controrfor T)otH siaesr.
Webb Hearn, considered by ma
ny to be one of the top tennis men
in the, country, came, out of a In
year Retirement from the courts
to team up with last years FAF
singles champion Ray Nesbitt and
help deliver an active if not ex-J
citma: victory from the capab'e
hadbfi of Peterson-Sexton ia'6-1,
6-4 'sets. rj-v-
!5 Highlight of the afternoon
matches at the mam tennis courts
of Albrook, was a close set of three
between the youthful and active
teams; of Pincus-Pinilla and Hubn-
Every point was a seriousaMat
ter J&s a result spectators were
treated to displays of broken field
dashes and back-hand acrobatics
seldom -witnessed even in football
A; point was never-conceded toke
opposition until the ball had been
smashed to every possible square
incn ot court ayauaoie.
When the first two sets lair eouat
Ly divided between the -teamjs at
6.3,,, 6-1, freihi feflWtepiace their
skjitrfed brothers an3 the third set
begait under failing afternoon
The other matches, thatrhad'.' be
gun "All at the -same time were
long finished and an interested
knot of players joined the specta
tors sat the fense to see Pincus3
Pinilja take the last set in 6-2 fash
ion." ' i
Even for the lodsers there was
still hope as consolation matches
were announced for this afternoon
Kobbeites Gilliam-Howard, Who
went! aown netore tne firm voueys
Of Pincus-Pinilla in first day play
will return Wednesday at 4 p.m
to lace Hueber-Hele. Jr.
Likewise Sexton-Peterson will
meet Albrook Hopefuls Kahne-Red
mond in the Consolation Compea
Olmedo Takes Exam
Alter Passing First
Big Tennis 'Test'
NEW YORK (UPD-Alex Olme
do, who passed with flying colors
the (first "test" of his new status
as the world's ton amateur tennis
olayer. heads 'back: 'to the college
classroom today for tests of a uu
4'Olmedo, 22-yar-old Peruvian
who now is the long-range favorite
for both the Wimbledon and U.S.
championships this year, climaxed
a brilliant indoor debut Monday
by defeating defending champion
Dick Savitt. 7-9. 6-3. 6-4. 5-7, 1210
in the three-hour filial round of the
national indoor tennis champion
'Olmetfo, a senior at : Southern
Cal. will miss this vear's French
fchamoionships, he said, because
hof college work. Bujithen he U be.
avauaDie lor a 'coupie m mne-up
tourneys in Britain to get ready
1UI TTlllllUVUUU. ft''
i' Savitc, former Wimbledon cham champion
pion champion who will be 32 next tnontn
and thus "alffldstt lO years older
than Olmedo, gave the hero of the
V.8 Davis Cftp conquest last De December
cember December a brilliant battle in Mon
dav'a finale. Actually Olmedo had
"chances, te end1 the match sooner.
but his "inexperience", with tne
board court and savitt 1 canny
stactics:" turned' match into"
Sac ; Ha
W 1U Pet.
I' 0 1000
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, Pericet (Marcum) ."..;,
Pumat 12, Palomat 4 -r
The Pumas earned an easy 12-4
ictory over the Palomas yester
day "in the. Fastlich Teenage
League. The heavy bat of John
Bateman. who also itched a neat
four-thitter, and Robert Pilfer -and
John Zelmc were ; the deciding
factors of the Pumaa' triumph.
Bateman, the namesis of the
pitchers, and bis two teammates
drove in eleven, of the Pumas'
Bateman "The Big Bear,"
cleared the fence of the Fastlich
Park in the first inning after Gam
ble and Corriean- cot on. base
via a walk. For bateman K was
his tenth round-tripper of the sea
son, raising his -total of runs pat
ted in to 23 .both marks are
tops. He also secured the leader leadership
ship leadership in the batting race when he
collected 2 for iJ His 4 average
soared to .643 (28-18).
John got a single in the fifth
and was walked three times-one
In the second. Dusty Potter's
single brought a run in and an another
other another singles by. Zelnick drove in
two more. In' the fourth,, wtt h
two outs and the bases loaded.
Dilfer smashed his second grand-
slam of the campaign.-Then, in
the fifth, Dilfer received a free
pass when he batted with the bas
es filled once more. His brilliant
stick-work was crowned with a
five RBI's, which gave him a to total
tal total of 20 for. .the 'season -- three
less than the leader. Bateman.. Fid-
fer now has five nomers.
A single by Zelnick in the sev
enth permitted Bateman to score
his fifth run of the game.
Palomas completed three fast
doubleplays which-; kept PumiW
from scoring more runs against
starter Allan. Aitman and Stan-
lleyBerg., WMe Vegistering the
W L Pet.
1 o- looa
1 0 1.000
1 1 .500
0 1. .000
Today's game: Dipal vs Baby
Tomorrow's game: Pinesol vs
Cerveza Balboa t. y
Kuay Lyncn tettet snree-nitter
By LLOYD BE RTO JOSEPH
.Manager Ed Parris could be
seen beaming yesterday as he
watched his Pinesol nine easily de
feat Dep. Mauricio 7-2 behind the
three-hit pitching of ace Rudy
Pinesol played like a well-oiled
machine, excuting the big plays
and running the bases to perfec
tion. Lynch pitched magnificently,
ne walked tour and fanned two but
no runner reached as tar as
third until the last frame! His
mates meantime were pecking a
way at ine assorted oqenngs ot
Pinesol tallied once each in the
first second and third, then sewed
up the game, with four big runs
in me men. L,utner rams slapped
a single off third-baseman Obal-
dia s leg and "Fancy Dan" Reid
piated nim with a trememdous
double off the roof of the right
center field stand.
In the second, Len "Bolo" Git Git-tens
tens Git-tens was hit by a pitched, ball, ad advanced
vanced advanced to second on a passed ball
and scored on IrV Hayne's line
single to right. Roy Holness walk walked
ed walked to open the. third, took second
on a wild toss by Huertas and
counted on Reid's roller over sec second.
ond. second. f
A single bv PAWi8)iti'vfhe fourtii
was wasted when he was cut down
trying to score from third on a
short fly to center. Not being sa-
usned wnn a mere 3-0 lead the
pest-killers .added four runs in the
fifth. Conrad Cox slammed a hom
er to deep center. Gittens was out
pitcher to first. Hay nes doubled in
the right field stand. Hoean work
ed Huertas for a free pass, Lynch
aouDiea to left scoring the two
Hi rams erounded to annA
but "Rookie" Farrell sineled to
left scoring Lynch with the final
Mauricio. faced with a one-hit
shutout, came to bat in their half
01 ine nnn. ic-st'ilo .- f.
fourth pass off Lynch, Guardia
swucK out. nop aumiiria
down a perfect bunt. Alkman -aR
out Lynch to ParrisL but Ernest
rower-' rranKfin Smashed sin-
gle to center, scoring Casiillo and
Humphrey, Phil Malcolm "bom
run threat, ended the game witn
a ny to deep center.
Score Jfciy 'innings; 1
Pinesol V1 1 110 47 0
Mauricio i 0 0 0 0 2--2 3
. Winnning pilcMrij Lynch 1-0
Losing pitcher:, Huertas 0-1
victory, Bateman 'struck out lht-' J
and gave up only four bases on
balL John allowed four scattered
hitsr;but had trouble in pitchinfr
against Berg, who got two oi tha J 1
in the- first and third- innings
Frej Huddleston scored the other-
two. : runs for the Palomas in- theT
9ui ana lu. , 1 i
Third-baseman BradshawJ. firit3
sacker Bobby. Browder and pitch pitcher
er pitcher Berg started the Palomas??
AB R PO A
a 9 a. l 0 t
' 3 0 1-0 0
? 0 13,0.;
29U10 2L C.
; n m 3
- s,.uii s i
f 3 4f 3 l-.J--.
3,0 1 OA1
H4 3 tZ
3 0 0 0-
Austin, If -
lvesf rf y
Quiros, cf v
t raunheim,. cf
Asthon, 2b' 1
Huddleston, c -Browder,
Bradshaw, 3b J
Totals .-25, 4 4 21 Jj-j
Score by -Inning '-,
Pumas 30 410 112 10 2
mi mn t. .. a a a-
Earned runs:. Pumas 12, Paloi
mas 4. Errors: Potter? Quirosi,
Huddleston, Altman 2, Bradshaw.-'
RBI: Bateman 3, Potter, Zelnick"
3. Dilfer 5, Huddleston 2, Berg 2ffl
Homeruns: Batemau, -Dilfer.- StolS
en .bases: Fraunhelm, Huddle
ston 3, Ashton 2, Berg. Left : OB-"
bases: Pumas 9. Palomas 8. Don.
bleplays,Brashawjt tof Browder;
Brqrwder,; unassisted);; 'iBerig to,
Altman 2, Berg 1. Base on balls:
Bateman, Altman 8, Berg 4.
Hit jjy pilch: Berg 1 ( Gangle
Wlia pifchs f Altman 4i.pitcher 1
recordst AMman 10 runs, X hit
in ihnings. '5 W; 'Bteman? L:
Altman. Umplrers: Also .. Eddie,
Corrigan.Scorer PafciriJOrTim'e f
The box score;
f fe dPllM(tl
L. Parris, "lb ?!
A. Farrell. 3b v-
R. Holness, ss 5
A. Reid, 2b :
C. Cox, cf
L. Gittens, If
J. Hogan, rf
R.' Lynch, p V
B. Humphrey, 2b
R. Aikmau ss
E.1 Franklin, If
'Mi Huertas, p
R. Vives, c '::r' ;t
M. OBaldia; 3b ;
C. Guardia, rf r
f 7 y.
Ab R HTi HTi-3
3 HTi-3 0 W Z
2 1 f"
. 3 0
2 L 0- J
i 1 0
0 rtf, '":
0 V L
0 0 K
Totals ;; v. iTTj'-.
Errors: FarreH, Malcoln. Homi."1
ru: "Cox. Doubles: Reid, Haynes,
Lynch.Double play: Parris -ti r
Reid; Aikman to Vlves. Base on,
balsby Lynch 4, Huertas J.; Struck- :
out by Lynch ?, Huertas 1; UnWi
pires: Jimenea y Lopez. Time e!
game: 1:V4. . ,
, rt 111.
SAN" franciScoT iiinpfl-bat:
spite cuts around the left, .eye, -.e):'
gasn over me bnoge.of ni nos,tr(i
and a mouse under Oie right, dptictv
Paolo Rosi insisted odav, he waa.mf
ready to fight Joe Brown for' ihf-yw
.1L. AIxl L.k. '''i.
wuiiu uguiweignt UMC' uc4V'
May. .;.., ,.'.,;;J:,;-v:.:'iV
;'I want Brown, but ntl more,, v
southpaws' Rosi -said fatter slugt
glng out- a 10-round, split decision., C
Monday,, over;! Flasht. Elorde oIh
Manila. t '.''',(' v---.'y.;" 1"
''We want. Brown." manaeer Cvm
Cris-ci echoed., ;'Rosi is at his pealt--and
! think he could take Joe who
is sort've ever the hm.'r .r,: TT"
Th.i,..ii....i L. : m : 1
osi couecieu ui i.aciwi aouven
in at the Cow Palace while taktnlCi
snowed tne same gamenets
displayed itt Oils pavilion thrCS
vears ago in a vain shot at Sana"
Saddler's i ? wof W eatlierwWijC!5
A f no ,4611-11 anuew uiimw' tximrB,; tximrB,;-counter
counter tximrB,;-counter mincheii.- cony incc4 Juda-";
Jack Downey v. that he had nWJ
Monday's fight by 'a 96-93 'margins
But Judge Eddie IJa mes saw 3T
98-97 for, the' bleeding Italian and J.
Referee .Frankie Carter; wung it Z.
to Paolo With a 100-95 card; Roai
135 to 133. 5
iff 0rj -tlfpt
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TUESD ATtTZBBLTJ&XT lW 1959
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FT." KOBBE WIM TEAM The. Ft. Kobbe "Crocodilei" will b well represented in the Gamboa' Civic; Council Swim Meet and will
probably sfefid the largest contiiientpf s.wjmmejcs, to c'onipee;(n this annual meet MarcM t,H,m;a;-- ai" v -t?.-v j:-:
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CHS-Alumni 2 1 1.0.W)
C.H.S. 2 1 '.o66
Powells 1 2 .333
Bells 1 3 .250
, Thursday's Cam
. Powells vs Alumni
By; TREVOR SIMONS
; Noel Gibson, for many years one
of the outstanding pitchers in the
Atlantic xwiugnt league, nas. oeen
seeing little action ourine tne lass
season and with his absence Po
wells has atumpeq hadly."
.They lost out in a last ditch bat battle
tle battle for the. first half 'which was
won by Cristobal High, and are
presently floundering ur the second
nan, tnougn only a game and a
half off the pace. With their title
defense in jeopardy, Powells
brings back their big righthander
tomorrow night' to meet Alumni,
leaders of the second haif.
Gibson has split evenly In two
decisions this year and will be
seeking win (lumber 2. The Aiimni
will counter with Dave Mann,
whose 0 and 2 record for the sea
son belies the ability to this strong
right nander who is also one of
the better hitters on the second
half leader's roster. The Alumni
themselves pack plenty of punch
with John Hatgi '(.478), Lary
Hames, Dave Ingram and Manuel
Castillo all up among tne top bats batsmen
men batsmen in the loop.
The Powells attack is led by
Louis Dedeaux and Arnold Man Manning,
ning, Manning, both of whom top the .400
average and they get plenty of
support from laurel Ilighlev and
George Downing, the latter having
moved up only lately among the
oeaer timers in tne league.
ELECTED SPORTS PREXY
NEW YORK (UPI) Roger
K.ann, sports editor of Newsweek
Magazine, has been elected presi president
dent president of the Magazine Sports Writ Writers
ers Writers Association. He succeeds Mar.
shal j Smith, sports editor of Life
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NAVY GOLF WINNERS Finalists of the Rod man Naval Station Ringer Golf Tournament collect
their prizes yesterday from Capt. Kenneth W. Hines (second from left), Rodman commanding officer.
From left are men's low gross champion Navy civil ian Jimmy Annicharico; Captain Hines; women's
low gross and net champion Mrs. Elizabeth Weber( wife of Army Maj. Alvin E. Weber of Clayton;
and men's low net champion Mclvin Leonard, 14-year-old son of Navy Capt. Melvin R. Leonard.
.! (Navy Photo)
Along The Fairways
SECOND ROUND OF PWGA
INTER CLUB MATCHES
The second round of play for the
Mercurio sponsored Inter Club
Matches will be at Panama Golf
Club, Saturday, Feb. ? Braios
Brook plays Amador; Summit
plays Panama. ,
The team's consist of the follow following
ing following members:
Cleo Burns, Ruth Tortirici, Jane
Holdquist, Edie Mathieson.
wnei Ferantie, Connie Bishop,
Pearl Trim, Helen Stpmpel.
Sylva Carpenter, KayP"urdy.
Carol Glickenhous, Bev Dilfer.
Louise Jones, Pat Waring, Jan
Hardin, Wilma Riley.
Standings to date are as fol
lows : Brazos Brook : 6Vt points ;
Panama! '3 points! Amador: 3three
points; and bumtmt: 'S point.
PWGA members: Remember gals
qualifying round for the Isthmian
Handicap Tournament sponsored
Dy Miller Reynolds is to be play
ed at Panama Golf Club 2 8 March
Takes Over For IBC
CHICAGO (UPI)-National Box
Ing Enterprises, Inc.. a whoii.
owned subsidiary of th Cbi-asr
Stadium Corp. will take up when
the Inlernational Boxing Club lef
off in promoting the Wednesda:,
night television fights.
Formation of the NBE was an
nounced Monday by Arthur M
Wirtz. chairman and president o
the Chicago Stadium protip. Wirt?
Inmes D. Norris an' Trurrr.'
Gibson will serve as directors o
the new organization.
By OSCAR FRALEY..".
nf.w' .YORK rupliBaseball's
nrinff "trainklB s wines into full
Iblast this week and one of the
TTiainr exnectations is that it
marks the start of a. season in
which young Rocky Colavito wili
make himself felt!as,-one of the
game's, top. power hitters.
The 25-year-old Cleveland out outfielder
fielder outfielder was right up there lasj
season. He batted only .303. but
finished one blast behind Mickey
Mantle in home runs and second
to Jatkie Jensen in runs batted in.
Which isn't bad for a lad who
thej say ;, could be thetfastpt
pitcher in basebau. .,
Rockv has a Dhemomenal arm,
one "with which he fires the ball
prodigious distances and, in base
ball .parlance, capable of flinging
the ban through a wooden plan.
' Fans Fivt
J.rW.. Porter, the former Cleve:
land' catcher who during the off
season was traded to Washington,
swears that the powerful Colavito
throws harder than either Herb
Score or Ryne Duren. Those two,
incidentally, are regarded as vhe
fastest ; pitchers. iaJJasebalL
Jo Gordori jie Indian mana-ferV-last
season, pitched Colavito
in aW exhibition, game against Cin Cincinnati.
cinnati. Cincinnati. Before the game starred,
Gordon offered to wager that
Rocky would fan' four batters in a
two-tening stretch. He did better
than that. He struck out five of the
six hit?ers-no one earing or dar daring
ing daring to take a toehold Against) him,
Arm Becomes Legend
minor league wanderings, incjfu'. incjfu'.-ing
ing incjfu'.-ing such way, station as Daytona,
Cedar Rapids, JSjJatanbuigiRewll
ing, Indianapolis and San Diego,
Colavito's arm became a slegend.
Every placed he went, one of t the
first things demarided was 'that he
throv aybalj 'oveV the, .cefiterfleld
fence. The i distances this J90 J90-poufeder
poufeder J90-poufeder Heaved 'the ball when, he
woifhd up his '6 footi ijich frame
weire amazing;1 7: fh
Yet, while he is regarded as n
young man who could be 20-game
winaeranS whose pancake flat
feetumake Tiim less than a Jesse
Owens iirthe outfifeld Rocky
waats ntf part of pitching.
, "I," he says flatly, "want to
filar every-day. It you pitch, you
donX So It's the outfield for me."
; l "I'll; ,' l''i.' 1 .:, .-"
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BIG TOWN BOUT: Official
sources today make it appear
that the Patterson and Johansson
exercise in fisticuffs almost cer certainly
tainly certainly will be a June feature in
Yankee Stadium with theater tel television:
evision: television: "
' Negotiations to this end are
now in progress. It would be the
Big Town's first heavyweight
championship since Sept:' 21, '55,
wnen marciano wok a r c n i e
Moore apart. This invited the sus
picion that Bill Rosensohn, the
gray flannel-suit promoter, cur currently
rently currently inspecting possible alterna alternative
tive alternative sites, is in tersted mainly in
keeping Patterson and Johansson
in the headlines, unless., of cours"
the young man is auditioning for
Fuller Brush. Anyhow we teased
to take his mission seriously
when he included the Bay Mea Meadow
dow Meadow race track. San Fancisco's
last championship, Marciano and
uockeii, drew less than $200,000,
.And it also had an internation
al flavor. Or, rather, odor.
MISTAH BONES: While the
Senate probers are about it, they
might try to determine whv the
tnmgs are canea juke boxes in
stead of junk boxes. Explaining
92 round in the baseball players
golf tournament, Yogi Berra said:
I play left handed but count
right handed." Perhaps Paticho
Gonzales, in challenging Australian
tennis fans to fight, was embold emboldened
ened emboldened by the knowledge that Bill
Squire, a native, was one of the
world s worst heavyweights: Pret
ty soon we won't be able to tell
whether it's Carl Sandburg's na
tal anniversary or Abe Lincoln's
we are commemorating. Missouri
alumni presented the football
coach with a ilaO.OOO life insur
ance policy, so who'll collect it if
obliges when they tell him to
"drop dead?" It should be noted
that when the singer reported a
pigeon flew away with a $7000 dia
mond bauble, our cheslerfieldian
police refrained from giving her
the bird. .Oh, well, by now you
snouid oe used to it.
LOADED SADDLES: Victors in
two major races Saturday had
the scales going for them. Tudor
Era, carrying 114, romped on tne
Hialean turf and Bug Brush, at
113 set a world record on the San
ta Anita flat. Being a filly, there
was some justification 'in the
Bug's weight, but As regards Tu Tudor
dor Tudor Era. consistently formidable
over grass, practically none. Like
bid John Partridge says: "Our
Joe Vsl, a very knowing gent in
such matters, made Tudor Era
a lock, and trackside fans, drool drooling,
ing, drooling, couldn't wait to get down.
The secretary's two high wight?,
General Arthur s and petare, nn
ished fourth and last, respective'
ly. This is genius?
duuukeau BACK? Our Chi Chicago
cago Chicago underground whispers that
u uu wnen cm veeck acquires
control of the White Sox, Lou
Boudreau will supersede Al Lop6z
as manager. Maybe yes, maybe no
i B?udreau won a pennant
in 48 When VeerV hoH h. i
dians, but there were continuing
vi "iconjpaiaDiiity, with
the Odd Character Teportedly try-
"6 uiuuhq me manager-shortstop
even during the World Se
rles-tnat fall. Jim PiersaU'n
JSe aSSinst Cleveland pitching in
w oo is oniy .zi8, indi indicating'
cating' indicating' the Indians are counting on
the ex-Red Socker's glove. Rath Rather
er Rather than, his bat. Mrs. George
Weiss, vivacious wife of the Yan-
1B "yng w New Delhi
to visit her handsome offir
who ir stationed in India. She'ii
rwn. fa c"amPlons 8P"in8 camp
drills for the first time in years,
so Stengel will just have to mud-
ue mrougn as Dest he can.
, riNisniNo TOUCH: Syracuse
""cterpiayer rrom Tailand
named Chalermwong Vajanasoom
out;hful, campus trans trans-lated
lated trans-lated to Charhe. So far the Amec
g2 has contributed a
CXtfi owu 10 the national
baseball survey which deals with
Th Tr ,a Dlg lea8ue. etc
ine AL afhhiHo .o..
v' aius LU IJP
Who needs it?" Meanwhile, the
Nt, under the Cubs' Phil vVriff vVriff-ruJ8
ruJ8 vVriff-ruJ8 going 2U out- The be,ated
mo. r T0J00tbu Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Card. "Diip in
u j -.uiiit,vanr-
iT. r"""cu metoaramatic
down the stretch, it both amus-
t.- u K0. PUDUC relations
itA- i7w' Jaclc and Well Wellington.
ington. Wellington. Max Baer Jr., 6-5 m
pounds, was stopped in the first
fnr!?dJn a.colleBe bout at Stan Stanford
ford Stanford the other p.m. His pop, the
magnificent screwball, once" held
ttuiiu a neavy title, but not
'SKINS SIGN DAVIS
WASHINGTON (UPIl-Jart n.
vis, former Maryland guard who
played with the Hamilton Tiger
v-ia vi me uanaaian football
League last season, hes signed
with the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins signed Davi after
getting permission Trom the Ti
Cats, who owned his contract.
ASHEVILLE. N.C. (UPIWTli-
local entry in the Class A South
AUantic Baseball League v
known as the Asheville Ridge
Runners. The name was nn-
several submitted in a co',", i
picked by a selection committee. J,
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Height. Pheee 4-1391.
4,000 Shells Owned
Booked By JVB-US0
Many little know but interest interesting
ing interesting facts about shells and shell
collecting will.be explained with
a huge display at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on
Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m. by
Stewart Jadis, Canal Zone police-man-conchologist.
Jadis, who was recently honored
when a new variety of shell, the
Odostomia (Chrysallida) Jadisi,
ui,i HHipatsd to him and named
iu his honor, regrets that he will
be unable to present the lecture lecture-4iniiv
4iniiv lecture-4iniiv mnr than once, dut to
the size of his collection.
Enthusiastic and dedicated as he
is to his unusual hobby, the ama
teur conchologist finds that his co co-lection
lection co-lection has reaehed such propor proportions
tions proportions (4,000 shells and over 2,000
varieties) tnat it nas Decome im impossible
possible impossible to break it into segments
Jadis, a salt-water shell enthu enthusiast,
siast, enthusiast, will also display some of the
equipment used in shell collecting
and will explain the proper proce procedure
dure procedure to be used in cleaning, filing
Inasmuch TaWadia ha Jound it
impossible to take nil eoilecuon
o the various organisations who
have asked him to lecture, they
rc invited to attend and view the
final epperance of the Jadis co co-lecctiona.
lecctiona. co-lecctiona. Servicemen and their fa
milies and the genera", public are
BERLIN MAYOR ARRIVIS
RANGOON Burma (UPI)
West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt
arrived here by air yesterday
from Tokyo for a two-day visit in
this Southeast Asian nation. D ur urine
ine urine a half-hour stopover in Hong
Kong. Brandt told newsmen that
te Russian move against Berlin
as "a seridlM danger to world
Hojalateria Panami, S A.
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Call LOWE, S. A.
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Authorised service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
We cash cheeks and Lottery
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Soldier Erbie Glass was fined $15
yesterday for mixing the salt
and sugar in restaurant.
He was charged with destroying
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ture, air aenditfoner, Tel. 3- SALE: 1951 DeSote, four
7658. door. Navy Pacific. 3793.
FOR RENT: Will reserve apart. 'OR SALEi-,1947 Ford coupe
mentis ene bedroom, living-din- $75.00. good transportation. C.
ing reem, maid's reem, hot wa- z- "inspected for 1959
tor. balceny, garage, $75.00 1503-8, Akee Street, Balbea 2-
and $72.00. Via Argentina. Far
Infermatien. phene 3-4994. WANTED TO BUY:1957 er
FOR RENTi Apartment, living Cadillac or Lincoln. Phones
reem, bedreem. dinette-kitchen. 2-2359 er 3-2632 Mr. Freund.
Darien street Ne. 14-21, next sob caii. A Z 7
street from 4th July. Apply Apt. ?5! iA":T 51 A""1
2 100-6. good condition, Ov-D,
: fi.000 miles, $2500. Tel. Bal-
FOR RENT: Modern and cool boa 2-1695.
apartment, ene bedroom, Via Pe- pop caik. ml ...
rrai. telefene 3-5646. .?A,": rfu' Cken-
let, station wagon, 1957, low
""""""""I mileage, power glide, 6 eyl.,
Bnn, bargain price. Call Gambea 6-
i00mS , 353 night. 6-455 day.
Url,!.!'r-U!l F0R SA"'58 Hillman ...
FOR RENTs-Rurnlsned tem, vertible. excellent condition. Ss-
stove, refrigerator, double coach, $1300. Tel. Balbee 2-
' private bath and entrance. Ne. ,695-
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR SALE: Nash sadfan 1950.
V-w r!.dU' 'Meted.
.e yjfcrfy 8175.00. Tel. 3-2737.
J'onnmD iln 1 f?" ,A"!-r'!S r
Capt. William J. Steffena. Chief
of the Steamship Division of the
ranama uanal company in New
York was booked to tail todav.
from New "York lot Cristobal.
aboard the Panama Liner Ancon,
accoromg 10 uia advance pas
Capt. and Mrs. Steffens will be
joined aboard the Ancon by Mr.
and Mrs. John Cusick, agent for
the Panama Line m Haiti. Mr. and
Mrs. Cusick will board the ship
Steffens and Cusick will confer
on future operations of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Line during their brief stay
in the Canal Zone.
Steffens and Cusick will confer
on future operations of the Pana Panama
ma Panama line during their brief stay in
the Canal Zone.
Three employers are among the
94 passengers listed for Cristobal.
They are -arnes F. Burgoon; Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene L. Hudson and
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Le Le-roy
roy Le-roy G. Koontz.
AdvrtiB in this stction Adi only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
" on- new cars "'
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Volkswagen and Ghia
more pom er
Gia. Istmena de
Auto Servicio, S.A.
FOR SALE: '51 Austin Haaly,
100-6, food condition, Ov-D,
6,000 miles $2500.00 Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1695.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman
Minx, excellent condition, ene
owner. Low mileage. )3 02 Cable
Hts. 2-4278.- v.J-.r-?.V,
FOR SALE:'53 PonHaa. 4 deer,
new paint, good condition, wsw
tires. Can Albreek 2215 aHer
Bycrof I Receives
Scroll Af School
A scroll will be presented to'
Hugo C. Bycroft by the Sociedad
Juventud rrogresista tomorrow at
the Sojourners Hall during a cer ceremony
emony ceremony scheduled to begin at 7:30
Bycroft is beiti; honored for his
efforts in founding the "Carlos A
Mendoza" school for adults which
offers free Spanish classes to Eng.
lish-spesikihg citizens. The emboss embossed
ed embossed croll, which has been on dis display
play display at the Farmacia Lux for the
l ast week, will be presented on
behalf of the society by Dr. Car Carlos
los Carlos E. Mendozt, son of the pa patriot
triot patriot in whose memory the school
has been named.
The school will also present
certificate to eight of its stu students
dents students who have made satisfacto satisfactory
ry satisfactory progress in their studies.
The general public is invited.
Full day excursion
Su" 'arch 1
COPA twin engine
Glbrslt.r Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Informatloa
Tel. Panana J-s.152
Monday thru IVldar
:ae a.m. te 12:N
1:M p.m. te S:S
Saturday: a:M .ni. te 11 :N
With built-in Universal
FOR SALE: Freezer, iren anal
ireeinfl bearal, wicker bassinet.
FOR SALI: I sewine; mackina
(Oamascus-Ilectric) $25.00; 1
Perch Glider, $20.00; I G.I. Air
Circulator Fan, $40.00; I Kit Kitchen
chen Kitchen Table an Steel 5.00; 1
Juice Squeeser, $1.00; 2 lam lam-bee
bee lam-bee Hindi, $2.00; African Vie Vie-lets.
lets. Vie-lets. 0302 Cable Hts. 2-4273.
FOR SALI Mafic Chef, fas
ceekins ranee, apartment else,
$25, Celdjpet rafriserater. elec electric,
tric, electric, 9 cubic feet, $75, General
Electric clothes rfryar, electric,
$75, all in excellent werkinf
cendttien, but must, sell, befere
. laavina Panama. Urraca Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 46th final, apartment
4A, telephene 3-6332.
FOR SALE: Maheiany dlnlns dlnlns-reem
reem dlnlns-reem table, 6 chairs, bad aprins
en lf, euartermastar bad with
mattress 1 IM electric type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, eld but iii food cenditien,
wicker chairs, Rellaway bed with
mattress. Must sell se wake an
effer. Call Balbt' 2-3782.
NOW: China Closets 22.00,
deubla beds 12,50, Wicker chairs
4 50 wardrobes 25.00. dinini
room table and 4 chairs, 45.00,
livinaroem sets 98,00, vanities
1 5.00, cribs wmattresses 29.00,
sideboards 12.00, small tables
5.50, mattresses 6.50, sprint
12.50, metal desk 29.00. pillews
'1 .25 ALSO beautiful wreusht
iren and mahefany livin and
dininpreem sets at reek bottom
prices Aute Rew Ne. 41 (Ave.
Nacienal Heuseheld tenants)
Tels. 3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE. Complete house-,
held furnishinfs. Everythini prac practically
tically practically naw. Mutt sacrifice. Call
2-3274 or pee at 5J08-1 Dia Diablo
blo Diablo between 3 p.m.' and 6:30
FOR SALE) Maheiany double
bed with beauryrest mattreta and
aprins $65.00, phene Curundu
Seton Hall 63 Detroit 39
Lycoming 83 Susquehanna
Buffalo 57 .procKport i
St. Francis 84 St. Vincent 71
Union (N.t,) 5 Hamilton 47
rr.NV 65 Rider 63
Lemoyne (NY) 67 Kings (Pa.) 56
Fairfield 98 American unier. m
Rrirtcpnnrt 8d Lona Island U. 82
Boston Colleger 55 Boston U. 54
Clemson 58 Wake Forest 51
Venturkv 39 Alabama 32
Newberry 95 North Georgia St. 54
Stetson 64 Florida, soutnern oa
Tennessee 56 Auburn 55
Georgia Tech 76 Florida 72
Tenn. Tech 97 Chattanooga 81
Vanderbilt 78 Georgia 50
Maryville 95 Tusculum 90
Troy Tchrs 99 Chipola 63
Florida St. 94 Rollins 84
Mississippi St. 65 Tulane 51
Louisiana St. 99 Mississippi 93
Rand -Macon 75 Lynchburg 63
Miami (Fla) 102 Morehesd St. 93
Ky. Wesleyan 118 St. Micnaeu aw
Mirhiean 87 Wisconsin 68
Cent. Michigan 60 Wayne St. U. 39
Iowa 66 Purdue 62
Ohio St. 92 Indiana 83
Western Ky. 82 Xavier (Ohio) 73
Bradley 72 Wichita 70
111. Tech 81 New Bedford Tech 62
Kansas 85 Missouri 81
Northwestern 79 Minnesota 63
Fowling Green 86 Loyola (IH.) 70
Indians (Ind) St. 77 W'rn Mich. 62
Air Force Academy 87 Om'sha 66
Nebraska 62 Colorado 61
E. Tex St. 54'Lamar Tech 44
Cincinnati 92 Tulsa 69 ;
Houston 77 Drake 66
St. Louis 76 N. Tex. St. 58
S.F. Austin 58 Sam Houston St. 56
Sou Methodist 56 Arkansas 51
Tex Western 76 Arizona 51
Texas Coll. 84 Southern U. 80
W. Tex. St. 88 Midw.ta (Tex) S3
Colo. Coll. 72 Colo. Mines 54
Montana St. 82 Seattle 74
California 57 Oregon St. 40
Regis 122 Adams St. 78
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at the' San Miguel
Church for Mrs. Hilda Francis
who died at her Guachapali home
Burial will follow at the Ama Amador
dor Amador Guerrero Cemetery.
Mrs. Francis is survived by
her children: George, Icilda Trott-
we a aa e 4 T at!m et Vdursiwl.sl sArl
ill as It ssuj iyvMiis Mvwwauwf smu
r- JUitnrrllge) Ihr 11177 T7ISI IWfeSiahr j&zii U Z
FOR SALE. One TV tube 17"
17HP4. One seetumer, adjustable.
FOR SALE:- ft. Fripldaire re re-friscreter
friscreter re-friscreter 60 stele $50, 5612-0
DisMe. Phone 2-2864 after 4
8 cu. ft. Frisidaire 60 cycle, new
unit $70.00. calf lalbea 3517.
FOR SALI44ARGAINS. ReW ReW-eerater
eerater ReW-eerater new meter, $55. Hew 4 4-burner
burner 4-burner s stove, even, apt,, siae
2 mens, eld $100.00, SmaH type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, table, $3.50. Mminf ten
portable, $25.00. Sunk bed 3 r
mattreM, $10.00. 3 site' table
$2.50 each. 2 New bicycles,
$35.00 each both far $60.00.
Leavint country, phena Panama
2-3066, 9:302:30. Ralbea
1344 after 3:30.
FOR SALE-Tarset tuns. .22
Mite, IS eat. SOW K3S, 45 sute
cert. Complete releadlnt eaulp eaulp-mant
mant eaulp-mant for .38 cel. Call- Balbea 2 2-3444.''
3444.'' 2-3444.'' The' story oi the deep-sea cables,
from .the' laying of the first crude,
submarine caoie m lsos w me
opening of the first telephone, cable
in 1956, is told in a new book
laced in circulation this weex by
the Canal Zone Library.
The book, entitled, "voice Across
the Sea," gives a -complete ac account
count account of the first bridfinc of the
be overcome before 4bis 'eould; be
Some ol the best of Victorian
journalists eOvered the cable-laying
operations and their eyewitness
accounts of storms at sea, breaks
in the cable, an other difficulties
provide fascinating sidelights.
Thd' book1' ends with s brief
glimpse of the still morcgremark morcgremark-ablt
ablt morcgremark-ablt possibilities opened uf by ra radio
dio radio links L. the earth satellites.
The complete list of newbooks
and their authors follows:
NON-FICTION The Ides of
Freedom. Adler: Government .is
America. Bailey: Friend to Friend
Bwk AmeicI; Murder i:.Balls.ds;
ana Xtieir Mories, un;v voice a a-tross
tross a-tross the Sea. Clarke : Atlas of
Treasure Maps, Coffman; The Art
of Jewish Cooking, Grossinger;
lements of Psychology, Krech;
The Secret Nam, Lin; Jul Jitsu
Complete, Nakse; LimitedWrj
OsBood: The Art of PoliticiiTug-;
well; How I Msstered my Ffar
of Public Speaking, wneeler ra ra-mily
mily ra-mily Guide to Teenage Health,
FICTION The Night the Fog
Came Down, Bude; Love Affair,
Carson; A Legacyof Love Daly;
Search for Amelia, Findlay; Fe'ix
Walking, Ford; Deadly Purpose,
Hansen; Heart Flights, Marcezu;
Officers and Ladies, O'Connor;
TheCup of Strength, Paul;. The
Cavalryman, Sinclair; Wild Sum Summit,
mit, Summit, Stuart.
Added te the Referent Collec Collection
tion Collection Consumer Bulletin Annual,
CHILDREN'S 100 KS- A Friend
is Someone r.To Likes You. An
glund; The Cat who went; to Hea Heaven,
ven, Heaven, Coasttwortti; The Matchlock
Gun, Edmonds; The Mystery of
the Vanishing Stamp, Govan; Ga
lloping cold, Gray; Cub Scout Don
ny, Guy; David White, Crime Re
porter, Lewis: Silver Button. Olds:
me mne Planets, Branlev; Hell
me Three Bears, Rojankovsky;
copters to the Rescue, Colby; Ex
ploring the Himalaya, Douglas;
Digging into Yesterday Fjr'edman
I want to be a Doctor. Greene:
Dynamite and Peace. Meyer. John
Paul Jones of the U. S. Navy,
PRIPARIS FOR RURIAL
mNDONYUPIl-Flor it Geoi-ce
Dennis, 50, in the best of health,
was preparing for his funeral yes
terday. Dennis planned tq spend
the day polishing his hearse,
75-year-old glass-sided, horse horse-drawn
drawn horse-drawn affair. "All my family had
horse-drawn hearses at ther fu funerals
nerals funerals and I'm determined to
have the same," he said, 'This
one is wonderful." ;, f,
( Real Estate
FOR SALIt-sts 100 asd 1.000
ratem, hi the Nseve Hipodreme
Urfcaaisatisa, ssross the Raise
Racetrack. AH, lets with street,
fronts, sswsis,'watsr aula and
elaetrkity. Csl W. McSsraett,
TeL 3-2567. f
FOR SALE-Lat 1,046 asuars
meters is -the bast location of
La Cresta,. situated betwaea "V"
Street and sew etteet, Fer infer infer-r
r infer-r Matissj plssss caH TeL 2-2170
from l a., to 12 neea and1 from
2 p.nw te 5 .s.,
FOR SAlEs-atteautiful In Sants
ClaM' Well furnished house, bit
trees and tarden. Essy terms.
NEW YORK. Feb. 35 (UPI)
Stocksfedged' higher again today
i .u .a! T i.. 4i
WWH inuusiriais scvuuji a. uuiupr
heTveord -fdglu. i,. .. ..
The list had shown signs of
wavering late yesterday, but over overnight
night overnight buying orders came in large
enough .amounts to absorb all. of
ferings -without wide changes in
.Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro ide Psscp
Cities Service -.
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
El Paso Natural Sas
Jlay den 'Newport -.
Intl Tel and Tel
.New Eng Tei ana m
NfyvtUOvn A list
; Pan Israel'
Royal Dutch Shell'
Signal Oil and Gas
Standard Oil NJ
Texas Gulf Prods
United ntS" Oil
US Steel -'
Winnie On Last
Leg Of Vacation
On Luxury Yacht
T.AS PALMAS. Canary Islands.
Feb. 35 (UPI) The luxury yacht
Christina, with Sir Winston
Churchill aboard, sailed yesterday
for Gibraltar, carrying the for former
mer former prime minister on the last
leg of an extended winter vaca
Sir :! Winston : alnd Lady Church Churchill
ill Churchill are to fly back to .England
from : Gibraltar, winding up the
vacation that; began last month.
...The yacht belongs to Chuxchill'sl
host, Aristotle Onassis. :
It wis not known when it would
ajrive at Gibraltar, ys. .
WANTED j tntlish seeaklnt
aleotrenlcs parts man. Good nay,
hard work. Call Ceruada 2118 i.
. er letter Heme Sendee, ArWsys
O S. TELEVISION,
Phene 3-7607 Psnami.. Service
-rem. 9:00 a.m. te 10:00 .m.
; TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Transfers
Mcialist. We service sH makes
and models. We tfen'f pretend te
tMarantee r work.' We tr tr-.
. tr-. antes if. rs'-..
CRAWFORD AGINCIEJ. TiveV
Ave. 11-20. Tel. 4-1905.
Pretest .yew kome and proper property
ty property Sflaiatt insect damsfe.
Prompt eciantifie treatment e
emertency er monthly hudtel
basis, .Talepkone F rente Service,
Psiisms S-7977 er Colon 1777.
Rotarians of Cristobal ? sod Co
lon Monday joined with nearly
half a million of their fellow Kou
riant on six; continentf its they
eommemoEaiea tne muii snniver
sarv afthe founding of Rotary.
The birthday of this world wide
fellowship of business and profes professional
sional professional executives was celebrated
by the club at the Strangers Club,
Commenting on the program of
Rotary. Alvin P. Hevd. nresident
xs tne Rotary ciuo of CrtstobaL-
'Rolitp avi!ies'tflWuglioutyeilrS fat study 'in 43 countries,!
the world are based on the same
general objectives as those of our
own club the development of let let-lowslsip
lowslsip let-lowslsip smong business and pro professional
fessional professional men, the betterment of
communities, leading boys and
girls into good citizenship, t h e
promotion tof highfe, standards in
.businesses jaiid---prfessionsi ind
the- advancement of international
understanding, good will and
"The first Rotary dub was or organized
ganized organized in Chicago, U.S.A., on
Feb. 23, .1905, by Paul P. Harris;
a young lawyer, who suggested
the idea to a group of his friends.
The, name 'Rotary' wss sleeted
because the first meetings of the
club were held, in rotation, in the
offices of its members. The Rota Rotary
ry Rotary ideals, of fellowship, and serv service
ice service to others soon spread from ci city
ty city to city in the U.S.A. and Can Canada
ada Canada and then crossed the oceans
to every continent.
niurjai nan s century i
Rotary: tJia's: grown in numbers
and strength." Id 1958, for exam exam-pie,
pie, exam-pie, nearly 400 new Rotary clubs
were organized in 51 countries,
ana tour regions were added to
Koiarys mem Derslvip roster-
French Guiana. in South America,
Ghana 'in ? Africa. v Laoi in A...
and Madagascar;, in the Indian 0 0-ceao.
ceao. 0-ceao. s
"Today,- Rotary is a world-wide
service, orgamzauon of more than
470,000 business and professional
Bigger Housing Bill
Than ISie Requested
WASHINGTON (UPIV-Rep. Al-
bert Rains (D-Ala.) said today
ne expected congress to send to
the White House by mid-March
a housing bill bigger than' Presi President
dent President Eisenhower proposed. ;
Kains made tne statement aa
the $2,100,000,000 bill drafted by
his housing subcommittee was
called up for action by the House
Banking Committee. '
The Senate already has ap
proved a $2,675,000,000 version.
Rsins said it probably would
take two days for the committee
to complete action on the mea measure.
But the House Commerce Com Committee
mittee Committee hoped to complete work to today
day today on at four-year, 365 million
dollar program of federal Brants
tc help communities build and ex-j
puna airpniris. .- .,
Over the long run, tW airport
measure cans tor 16$ million more
in federal airport aid than the ad
ministration recom mend c d. It
would restrict outlays tvt the next
fiscal year to 60 million, asm ss
the President. proposed. r'y
Committee Democrats cut Hack
the measure last week to undercut
GOP charges that it would wreck
Eitenhower'a new budget w'i
JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Feaitlest fereeV H American
Firm eperaHnt in Colon Free
Zone te person with acceuntint
trainint and experience. Apply
in writing rei Jenlor Aocewntant
P.O. ex S36, Celen; R.P. ', ..
"DRAWER "A 0IAILO
i OX 121 L CRISTOIAL, CX
" PHONE IALIOA 8709
Elks Club kitchen. Applicants
may apply st 5 p.m. March 2,
1959. at' the Elks Club Nov 15J2
Gulick Rd. iraios Heights tS.
executives who are mem owe oi .1
10,040 Rotary, clubs in 111 eoun- tl
tnesn six -continents."
Heyd said.. .Rotary Foundation
Feltowshlpi;woeram was iinaueu
rated- as a memorial to the foun
der. Paul P.' Harris. "These ena
ble outstanding graduate students H
to live ana study for one year in
a country other than their own.
as ambassadors of good will, on
grants,, averaging $2,600," he said.
"More than 1,200 Fellowships I
hyPIIURwarded to students
from 67 countiaes m the past 12
and Rotary International's grants
in mis neia of interna Uoaal un
derstanding 4 have amounted to
more than 43.000.000. T h r o u h 1
this program of .other-country stu student
dent student ,fe4lowhlps,F Rotary is endea endea-vpring
vpring endea-vpring tofoster better internation
al raiaunoi hv iunan iVi iu,.
sona ctiitacta irhich the as i inn.
oi rpe world nave with each oth
Rotary's 1959 annusl eonventirm
wm ne neia in XMew York Citv.
June 7 to Ut when thousands of
Aotarunt' from around the world
will rededicato themselves to Ro
ury s motto of "Service) Above
t-Heya aaso briefly outlined the
oisiory at in notary Club of Ois-tobal-CoIon,
; which was organized
iniwo .with 25 members and
which now has 65 members.
He described as its major proj proj-SS!?
SS!? proj-SS!? .e.clubs Ponsorsbip of the
"21" ClUb. COlriDOSMl Ml rntuAi.
of Cristobal Hih &hnni tv.m
i..v. m: iZT"
uncatj ana medical aid
to tbe phjrsicajljt,1 handicapped chil-
Camera Club Visits
Ilea rCali, Colombia
The Diablo Camera Hub wade
a pnoiograpnic field tour to Co Colombia
lombia Colombia over- the weekend, visiting
Csli and the Valle del Caws.
colonial town of Buga, where they
nc (umm sua country nacien
da, with typical country barbecue
and dancing. The home itself, 150
years old, was (especially interest,
ing to the photographers. The peo people
ple people of Bugsy-welcomed to tourist,
with great firendlinese. and spe special
cial special treats.
04 Monday, Colombia's most
refiiery; La, ganuelita, was much
Photographed; when the group vis-
flfldfcof sugajft cane, the cutting
"tf .""Si In? tte refinery pro process
cess process Including ft making of cube
sugar, were chsllenging subject
for cameras. m ...
Making the triri wWI: 'W and
Charles fifandlr t. and Mra.
Richard Wallace. M.'anrf Mr.
Cecil Vockrodu' Mr.: Md Mra.
Walter Wagner and daughter Sa.
rah ana, Mr. and .Mrsl George
Lee, Mr.1 aod'Mrs.'Lerov Ma
son and Mr. and ; MrsJ Prestoa
Minton. f -
Also Mesdames Lydia Myers,
D. B. Strickler, Eva Mae Lewis,
Catsy Tsylor, Nita Hartman, Vir
ginis Roberts and MUmar Myers,
and the Misses Gertrude Garni,
Mary Helea- EddSi Margaret Bren Bren-neman
neman Bren-neman Begins Thomason.' Ana
Stricltler-,-Ka.tharine dark, Mary
McEwen, Sadie Height' Eloite
Monroe: and- Dorothy Hayward.
. ALSO v Washingtoft. f.. William.
sonj.Leroy aontzonard Gor.
donr C. t F Anderson, Ellis J.
Lowe, and Ronald JUag.
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Society of Professional Engineers as a part of Engineers' Wee k observances.
Eisenhower Says Khrushchev's Attitude
Hopes for Berlin Negotiations
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UPI) President Eisenhower said today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's
obvjpus and palpably intransigent attitude lowers hopes fo r any really successful negotiations on Berlin and Germany.
-v" 'The President also threw cold water on Khrushchev's suggestion for a summit conference. He said such a meet meeting'
ing' meeting' would do more harm than good unless it was prepare d in such a way as to promise some hope of accomplish accomplishing
ing accomplishing something.
He told a news conference that Khrushchev's rejectio n of the West's proposal for a Big Four foreign minister's
conference on Berlin and Germany was not a hopeful deve lopment, particularly since it came at a time when British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan is in Moscow trying to c reate a good atmosphere for negotiations.
Khrushchev's rejection came
i Kremlin speech yesterday.
Eisenhower, in one of nis
tfcaghest statements in recent
months about the Soviet lead leader,
er, leader, iaid he could not, in fact,
see mucn use in trying to hold
East-West conferences of ir-'
Kind if the Aliies get a nega negative
tive negative answer before negotiations
Iilhe United .States and Its
Allies, the President said, are
jjot on to give one single
inch in preserving their rights
and responsibilities in Benin.
He added that there can be
ifp abandonment by the West
otJ;his principle of its rights
and responsibilities taken under
wartime and postwar agree agreements
ments agreements to which the Russians
The President said the Unit United
ed United States and its major allies
have made plans xo defend
their position in Berlin.
So far as he knows, the Pres President
ident President said, the entire NATO al alliance
liance alliance stands firm with them
in insisting on the absolute ne necessity
cessity necessity to be firm.
. He declined to disclose de details
tails details of military planning but
repeated that so far as the
United States is concerned,
v-any act of actual war would
have to be started by what
he described as someone else.
Eisenhower said Khrushchev's
stubborn attitude had been well
known all along, but seems to
Britain Would Mot
RetlirH Fbr Visit
LONDON (UPI) r- Authorita Authoritative
tive Authoritative sources said yesterday Brit Britain
ain Britain would reject a request by
turn-coat diplomat Guy Burges6
for a "safe conduct" guarantee
that would permit him to return
fro m Moscow for a visit without
fear of arrest.
Burgess, the Foreign Office of official
ficial official who fled behind the Iron
Curtain nearly eight years ago
with fellow diplomat Donald Mc
Lean, had told newsmen in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow he would like a safe conduct
to visit his ailing mother in
But the sources here ffai8'"eve"n
Prime Minister Harold. Mac Macmillan,
millan, Macmillan, now visitinc in Moscow,
lacked constitutional power to
tell Burgess he could make such
a visit to his homeland without
facing criminal charges.
have been emphasized right at
this time when Macmillan is
visiting Moscow in an effort toJ
create an iatpaoepher in which
negotiations would be possible.
This development, the Presi President
dent President said, clearly is not hope hopeful.
ful. hopeful. He said the United States
must always be willing to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate if there appears to be
any reasonable hope for accom
plishment. But he said,, if there
is a negative answer from the
Russians before an attempt is
made to negotiate he simply
cannot see much use in con'
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THURSDAY, FEB. 26
MOSCOW, Feb. 25 (UPI)-
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
of Britain and Soviet Premier Ni-
kita S. Khrushchev talked for four
In a situation made tense by the
Soviets leader's Mont, cold war
speech 'of yesterday, the'two re resumed,
sumed, resumed, their Little Summit confer conference
ence conference at the villa outside Moscow
where Macmillan is staying.
Khrushchev arrived for lunch
and then they held a business
A British spokesman said llttU
business was diseussad at lunch
but in the- talks afterward Mac-
mMlan sounded out Khnfahchev
abeut the Soviet leader's speech
in which he turned down a for for-sign
sign for-sign i ministers meeting as pro proposed
posed proposed by the West.
"Since Khrushchev did make a
speech like that, it is better for him
to have made it while the prime
minister is here than after he left,
as it gives the prime minister an
opportunity to question him on the
issues he raised," the British
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UPI)
Secretary d State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles today observes his
71st birthday at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center where he
s waging ms second njra
His doctors will hazard so. guess
as to whether he can ever again
resume his full duties. But there
is no doubt that the secretary is
keeping his hand in- international
affairs to a considerable extent.
He has conferred with President
Eisenhower four times since his
hernia operation when doctors dis discovered
covered discovered a recurrence of the ma malignancy
lignancy malignancy for which he underwent
surgery in November 1956.
Dulles confers daily by tele telephone
phone telephone with his aides at the state
deparment, including acting se secretary
cretary secretary Christian Herter.
He also has held long talks at
the hospital with Vice President
Pichard M. Nixon and with his
brother, Allen W. Dulles, director
o. the Central intelligence Ajyen-
i Officials nave anaa k piain
that these talks are not in the na
ture of idle sickroom omt-cnat.
The secretary talks about Benin
the Middle East, nuclear disar
mament and other top problems
on ths diplomatic agenda.
Los Alamos Probes
Cause Oi Blast
Which Killed Two
Trvc at. AMOS. N.M.. Feb. 25
ttpti Tnvestieators aw-enioi
ed to determine wie ca,use ui
an explosion wnicn Kiuea iwu
employes of the i.os Aiamob
scientmc laDorawry ma, ui6u.
The victims' were Lea G.
niiprin. 35. and Raymond A.
A spokesman for the top-ser
cret atomic laboratory said no
radio-active material or radia radiation
tion radiation was involved in the blast.
The men, he said, were en engaged
gaged engaged in a "normal machining
operation of chemical explo explosives,
sives, explosives, used by the laboratory to
study the physical phenomena
of shock waves."
The blast ocurred msiae a
building. The men were lulled
Means had been a macnmisi
at the installation since may
of 1951. He was a native of Al Alton,
ton, Alton, I1L, where he is survived
bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Means. His wne, Erma
Lou, and their three children
live at L03 Alamos.
Guerin had been a chemical
plant operator at Los Alamos
since April of 1956. Survivos
are his wife, -Constance, and
four children, all of Santa Cruz,
USARCARD3 CONTEST WINNER Mrs. Betty HabersticKlUfector of.fhe, Fort Clayton Ser
vice uiu, receives a cnecK ior wo trom Maji-u-en. ynanes u ua&ner,, u.s. Army: Caribbean
commanding general, for participation: in the aommand 'Operation (service' Club" competition.
The Clayton entries took a first and second -place 'plus the USARCABIB -Krand priise of $100
for the hightest total score. Prize money will bs used to improve the appearance of the servict
club. Participating in the awards ceremony, frwi left, .'were CoU John D. Coney; Fort Clayton'
post commander; Capt. Benjamin Vazquez-Martnesj Fort Clayton Special Services off iceWi
Haoersuc- and Dasher. v. ., ur.s Arm ih
Clayton, Kobbe TdBeRepresenlieicli
In Army's 'Operation Service
DERBY FOR LADIES
CHICAGO (UPI) The derby
is making a double barreled
Bernard L. Salesky, president of
a hat firm, said Monday his com company
pany company is developing a "he-she der derby
by derby for the ladies.
The service clubs at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton and Fort Kobbe will be repre represented
sented represented in the third all-Army "Op "Operation
eration "Operation Service Club" contest to
be judged in Washington, where
entries from six Stateside armies
and seven overseas commands will
Mrs. Elizabeth' J. Haberstick of
the Clayton club was awarded the
grand prize of $100 in U.S. Army
Caribbean level competition for
taking a first and a second place.
Mrs. Doris B. Caldwell of the
Kobbe club was a first place win winner
ner winner and Miss Celia M. Figueroa,
director f the Fort Buchanan
Service Club, Antilles Command,
took a second place.
Entries were submitted In the
form of scrapbooks which outlined
two club projects held during the
Mrs. Caldwell won the $75 first
place award in the category cov covering
ering covering an original program suggest suggested'
ed' suggested' and 'developed by the club's En Enlisted
listed Enlisted Men's Advisory Council, for
the Fort Kobbe first International
Jazz Festival. The Clayton club's
lecture series and field trip to Ft.
San Lorenzo came in secondylor
an award of $50. '
t Another category featured a mil military
itary military community relations project.
Mrs. Haberstick wa first for the
Fort Clayton club's Hobby Round Round-Up,
Up, Round-Up, and Miss Figueroa won the
Prizes are to be used exclusively
to improve the appearance and op
erations of tne winning clubs
43 Aged Warships
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (UPI)
The Navy announced it would
scran 43 aged warships, includ
ing five battleships, wnicn nave
been lying m mowiDau. ueeis
for 11 yearsj or more owoi k -The
ships cost the govern government
ment government $697,640,000. The Navy
hopes to realize about $30,273, $30,273,-000
000 $30,273,-000 when it sells them for scrap
and salvages some of their e
ouipment -v: i :
The Navy said yesterday the
scrap would: total about 520,000
tons and ..would be disposed of
In eight sections; apparently to
avoid glutting the market wit.i
a single sale.
The five battleships on the
list were the Tennessee, com completed
pleted completed in 1920t the. Maryland
and California completed in
3921, and' the Colorado and
West Virginia, completed- in
1923. .;-b ,m So.;t" So.;t"-The
The So.;t"-The rest of the- list compris
ed 23 cruisers and 15 "baby"
aircraft camera from World
MaJ. Cen. Charles L. Dasher, U.:;
Army Caribbean commanding eeri.
eral, made the awards to Mr
Caldwell and Mrs. Haberstick at a
ceremony ia headquarters, f -'
Judges were Miss Hester Gar"
rett, American ted Cross, field di
rectdr at Wrga Bbspital Rabbfc
Nathan Witkin of the USO-JWB an
E. Fi, McClellandJ'5 executive see
retary of. the Cristobal YMCA-USOi
As ;;pari!' '-et T&HIngneers,
Weefc' celebration, the Engineers
have obtained s ft 1 iilinw title
MThe Mackinac -Bridge Wary.
Thls.filmii'Whlch: is; in .wolor andt
sound, i was ; produced by th ",
UJSi Steel x Company, builder 4tM
the:;hrIdg;v',': -- ;.v:
1 The;ilm Wory : f thtf
constr uction of Mackinac
Bridge, one of the largest sus suspension
pension suspension bridges in the- world,
across, the; Straits of. Mackinac
In-Michlgan. The length of thr
picture is 30'minutes.
. efUni witt be-shown 41
thBiflpoii iefe7?Iday af
There 4 Will "te no charge for
admission. The. public is -' invit invited.
ed. invited. '?':.; ' 'iSj'
FT. BRAGG, N.C., Feb. 25 25-(
( 25-( UPI) Ailing General of the Army
George C. Marshall's condition re remained
mained remained "unchanged" early today
and doctors said their prognosis
was "still guarded."
A medical bulletin late yesterday
said that Marshall, whose recov recovery
ery recovery from two strokes and a bout
with pneumonia has been compli complicated
cated complicated by a pituitary gland disor disorder,
der, disorder, had spent a comfortable day.
The report said, however, that
the gland disorder "still consti constitutes
tutes constitutes a therapeutic problem."
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