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The May or p The Clubhouse,
The $1 And The $11,000
Hi&o- Panama City's mayor,
headfng council, Wa publicly accused today
of tllinK the foj'wiellhMt ittbi'jof.. f total profit of mors than $11,000.
'?A thf pain-'Can'al.lttranffrth-buSWIng to
$1 th percantaga rof it implied v the eharget-against Patino is largs.
Whereabouts of the building, or th pieces of It, is obscure. Contrastingly clear Is
the $3083.33 bHI
building frohi the thm the $1
i v.- pitintai'fai, wiad-
Achurra declared Inan opeti
letter published ay that 'tae
building "was transferred to Pa Pa-ttfio
ttfio Pa-ttfio by then-Mayor Jose Cajar
Escala with the,, provision: that
Patino would build two class classrooms
rooms classrooms and keep whatever ma material,
terial, material, was left over iorvhiraself.
The Pacified Service -Center
building was transferred to the
Panama municipality for the
sum of $1 in 1867. At ..the -time
It was Understood that it was
to be removed and converted
into a recreation center at Bar Bar-raza
raza Bar-raza FUV.'but the Fire 'Depart 'Department
ment 'Department raised objections- because
it was a wooden structure.
Later it was decided to pui
up the buildinr at the Francis Francisco
co Francisco 'Arias, Paredes. borough? in
Juan Diaz, but this was con considered
sidered considered too costly by the Hous Housing
ing Housing Institute, into whose hands
the t matter had been placed
I According to Achurra, when
the buildinf was turned oer
, to Panama the Canal Zone
! aathoritiei stipulated that if
should be demolished and re-
moved from its Sbaler Road
1 M::i M
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giiPIlP-:, ; intll
teacher at Balboa High School, who
is presently teaching the advance,
ed, achievement sections in r,ma
thematics at Balboa, will spend
Ohio State University under a
rant from the National Science
'oundation.V''i',. ''';. m
1 Cook,- who lia cnoieii Ml alma
;mater as the sch'ool where he will
further his studies also was se
lected by "the University :f Utah
as recipient Of a. similar crant.
! The National Science Foundation
grant offers each school partici participating
pating participating in the program a full year
of graduates study to 50 L science
and mathematics teachers from
all over the United States for the
school reap 1959-1960.
Part of a nation-wide effort to
Improve the leaching of science
and mathematics, v the program
will orovide Primarily for srad
uate study in the field, of sciences
and mathematics.. The courses will
be especially designed', for teach teach-ers
ers teach-ers and will include lectures, dis
cussions, laboratory work and cem
onstrationsV:.-.'.: Mi rx -as
. Cock is a native of Ketterine.
Ohio, and received bis bachelor's
degree m education" from Miami
University at Oxford, Ohio, "and
his master's degree from : O h i e
State University: of Columbus.
Before coming to the Canal Zone
sue years ago, he -taught in Ket Ket-iterina.
iterina. Ket-iterina. He was assigned to Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School for three1 years
and has been in Balboa for toe
i pat mree years. -. ;
Out. At Sherman i
Because or training requirements,
hunting.bans will be in effect dur dur-Jpt
Jpt dur-Jpt March. 'according, to Head-
. tfnarters, U.S. Army Caribbean
f-ff No hunting will be permitted inl "Within the past two weeks, our
V the Rio Hato area for the ntlrefinformtion has jelled enough tp
month and in the Jungle Warfare allow the arrests to be made.V
f raining Center 1 area. Fort Sher
:''bu, the ban is effective between
, .March land March 23.
sal, was made till the time it was dismantled and re-
no; raglx.'tettljf published charges made against him by
site iy Aurust, 1957. However, 1
February 1958. i -Achurra-flaid
after "the Hous Housing
ing Housing Institute turned thumbs
down on the.use of the build building
ing building at Juan Diaz, it was again
turned over to Cajar- Escala,
who had reneatedlv refused Pa-
kino's -offer to build ,two class
rooms. However, he finally gave
in when President de la Quar-,
dia recommended the' transact
tion as 'feasible," Aehurra said.
Acarra declaredi that ti ti-tino
tino ti-tino handled the details of
the sale of the materials from
the building, which netted a-
round..u,ooo. v s
to know if the new ihayor had
fulfilled his promise to build
CAPE XJANAVEitAL ila.. Tebt-
2T (UPI)' Army and Air Force
crews fired another tactical Jupi-
tersjisaile early-todsy-while other
army rocketeers nearby prepared
uieir second moon rocket for an
imminent .-unching attempt.
It kr the first' time aif force
troops had) participated In launch launching
ing launching the Jupiter, which will serve
as the first stage of tho army's
next -space-probinir rocket. The air
forces hopes its new moonbird, ex expected
pected expected to blast off some time
this weekend, will : follow- the
same path as Russia's sun-orbitt-ing
The 15-ton -niter rose from its
" r r--. t-r ."" .'""!
a erack that enchoed throughout
the Cane area;" It bored skyward
through 'several Isolated cloud,1 Sa seemed to have simmered
banks, and continued what seem42P to? ?? . 'i',,
mA mn ,,n.,,.ii. i.-A The strike at the Kariba Dam.
for turnin downranw- Tt u,n
vjsiDie lor mree iuu mmuies be-1
fore its siiigle rocket engine an-
oarentlv burned out
parepi .Durnea out,.
lut tair fol-ce troops took',0"" S0 wf "l8
part to thenight. launching. Al- g1 W on bacajto;
though the Jupiter; war. developed i "rK' i 'I't
by the army it. will he emnlovp.d
by the air.iorci i under a pentagon
ruling hmupg;. thek army's use of
r.tvuwwi... agiiaior irpm iNyasaiana, cad been
;;(:S;ii;v; v'pafd off.'.'-
. The. Jupitm fitted with its usual, a The other strikers tthen : went
wedge-shaped, nos cone was supv'back to work under the watchful
posed to .travel for 1,700 talles in j eyes of troops and riot police just
another, full;, intermediate range "in case there was any last min min-fliht.
fliht. min-fliht. .. ute trouble.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Feb. 27
(UPl--Gov. Orvai Faubus an announced
nounced announced yesterday that state po police
lice police bad broken up ""' state-wide
teen-age interracial sex and nar narcotics
cotics narcotics ring.& -m?. .'5.;'! '.fv
; "You'll pardon ke for adding,'
said Faubus, "that these are some
of the fruits of integration." Fau Faubus
bus Faubus .closed Little Rock's four pu public
blic public high school ., Sept, 12 to block
Supreme' ." Court-ordered Integra
tion. X ;.k.
The governor said two Negro
adults were being- held' for pos possession
session possession of marijuana which 5 they
said they got from Dallas, Tex.
; Names of the teen-agers involv.
ed were withheld, but several of
the 'White boys and girls came
from "very' prominent families'
Faubus saidi v.; -Vv
Police said 12 youths, five
Negroes and seven teen t aged
white boyi and girls were lnvoL-
veo so jar.-:j au r ine rwegroes
were over 21, but the white youths,
except one, were under, 21.. t'
J4We definitely will make fur further
ther further arrests in the case,? said in
Vestlgator C. W. Tracy. He said
officers of Little Rock. North Lit-
tie Rock and the state police had
been working on the casf for more
man a year..,v.f,M.
he said, mcy laid the arrests
resulted from a tip by a "confiden
Panama at a nominal cost of
To Suspend New
Attorney Felipe O. Perez to today
day today formally requested that the
suspension of Victor D'Anello
as Panama City Treasurer be
Perez, in a brief to' the Sec
ond Superior Tribunal, said the
files on the investigation of the
current municipal scandal do
not reveal any probable cause
against D'Anello for the mis
handling of citv funds.
' Meanwhile, a suit was to be
presented today to the Supreme
Court against the- decree issued
by ex-Gov. Jose Cajar Escala
last Saturday naming a new
15-man City Council to replace
the counciimen elected in 1956
Caj ar himself has been' sum summoned
moned summoned to appear before Muni
cipal Attorney Gerardo A. de
Leon today to make a state'
ment regarding the function
ing of, the municipality during
ine time ne was mayor ol an-
ama (City, -fiJ ....v'
':t; The Wesligatloifi iallegtd
nusnanaiing ei i eity funds' 1
expected to .came. to a stand
still for one month beginning
Monday when1 the. whole, of the
judicial staff janbt personnel go
a aionui a vacation pre
scribed by. the-Jaw, '-.."s.
Sirifcers In Africa
Relurn To AYork,'
Trouble Spob Calm
.; r 1 1 mtm t. j. ji' .i
Sr" "nooeaia, eD; zi
(UPI) The trouble spots in Afri-
which threatened to become viol-1
i. 1 "T ir
we own h.as been settled.
I WBS oraciauy announced m
'siifihnrv it niaht th,t th. am..
fcore of the strikers, consisting of
tjo hundred .Africans led by an
The dope-smokine Parties took
place in Negro apartments, the
windows oi -which were covered
with dark red curtains. Whites
and Negroes mixed, Faubus said,
A reporter asked Faubus if the
integrated narcotics parties fea featured
tured featured any other divertisement be
sides dope smoking.
Faubus turned to State Police
Director, Herman E, Lindsay, who,
replied: "Yes, the teen-aged girls
admitted having, other relations
Lindsay would not comment on
whether any of the students as
from Central High SchoolL one of
the four Institutions Faubus closed
to prevent intearation. or even
say if any of them were students,
Agriculture Dept Sees Food
. WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Agriculture-- department said to today
day today retail food prices are likely
to average a little lower this year
than in 1958 when they were at
an au-ume men. ,-,'. .
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tThe department forecast a
small reduction in prices because
of prospective larger, supplies of
pork, eggs and, at least during
th efirst half of 1859, of fresh cit citrus
rus citrus fruit and vegetables, i ;
There appeared to be little
cause for joy among grocery-buying'
housewives and. producers,
however, because the department
v PANAMA R. P, FRIDAY,
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THEY GAVE In answer to a desperate call for blood for the children of Santo Tomas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, these su-Navymen from the U.S. Naval Communication Station at Balboa' rolled up
their sleeves last week to donate. From left are RMSN Daryl W.Garton, SD3 Robert N. Lewis,
RMSN Lionel E. Flgueredo, TE2 Bruce R. Kerr, RMSN Thomas J. Kelly and RM3 James Mason.
More blood is still needed, hospital officials said this week. Donors should call between 7:30
ajm. 'and 12 noon.--(Navy Photo)' !'
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UPI)
A' U.S. Navy destroyer steamed
toward Newfoundland today to
make a full report on its boarding
of a Russian fishing trawler to
check whether it had damaged a
cable network. 1 .
There was. no immediate indica indication
tion indication whether Moscow would view
the incident as a major issue to
further strain Soviet-American re relations
lations relations or accept: it as a routine
move under an international trea treaty
ty treaty ito protect undersea cables. :
, five-maa party frpm the des destroyer
troyer destroyer Roy O. Hale scrambled
aboard the Soviet ship Novoros Novoros-sisk
sisk Novoros-sisk at. noon yesterday' about 120
miles northeast of St, Johns, New Newfoundland,
foundland, Newfoundland, Alt initial ireport by Lt. Cmdr.
E. J. Korte, skipper of the Hale,
said his men found no evidence the
1,670-ton Russian vessel was bent
on-anything ""other than fishing."
But the question of whether the
ship had damaged the cables by
accident was left open,
i Korte turned the destroyer to toward
ward toward Argentina, Newfoundland
where he was due tonight. The
State Department will have to de decide
cide decide on the bEsis of Korte's detail detailed
ed detailed report rhat, if any, represen representations
tations representations it will make to the Krem Kremlin.
lin. Kremlin. i
No resistasce to the U.S. board boarding
ing boarding party was 'encountered, ac according
cording according to Adm.A Jerauld Wrignt,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet Commander.
He said the trawler's master, was
"friendly and cooperative."
The defense Department later
said there were 54 men and wo women
men women on the Soviet ship. Conversa-'
tions between the American: sail sailors
ors sailors and the Russian crew were
conducted in French.
forecast said "marketing charges
for food are likely to increase this
year,", 'This means : a smauer
farm share of the consumer's
food dollar,, a bigger take for the
middleman, and less savings tor
the housewife.., ??-; :'
The department Said in its pub
lication, ''The National Food Situ
ation," thatv per capita consump consumption
tion consumption likely would recover from the
decline of last year when supplies
of some, foods .were, temporarily
Hie i'per Capita Increases Will be
mostly In pork, lard, chicken and,
FEBRUARY 27, 1959
; tiliiliiiiiiiiiM .iiiiil 1
is-: s ( S if I t
For almosf 13 hours yesterday
there was a 2000-mile long
"bridge", in the sky between
the Canal Zone and Fayette Fayette-ville,
ville, Fayette-ville, N.C., as a steady stream
of troop-carrying aircraft re returned
turned returned 1400 paratroopers from
Exercise Banyan Tree..
- Starting at 11 am and run running
ning running until almost midnight
last night, 23 giant Air Force
C-130 troop carriers, spaced
13-minutes apart, were in the
air between Howard Air Force
Base and Pope Air Force Base
near Fayette vijJe.
The first aircraft, piloted by
Strikers Are Back
On The Job Today
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 27 (UPI)
A one-day illegal strike by Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's communist led railway
workers won concessions expected
to cost the government more than
10 million dollars this year, it was
The terms of the strike settle settlement
ment settlement agreed on last night include
a 16.6 per cent wage iscrease cal calling
ling calling for payments totalling $2, $2,-640,000
640,000 $2,-640,000 a year; a health-insurance
plan providing total coverage to
workers and their immediate fa families
milies families at a cost of 5 million dol dollars
lars dollars a year, and a 3-million-doilar
program for the construction tf
The settlement actually did not
represent much of an advance
over the terms 'the nationalized
railways had offered the union
when its communist leader, Deme
trio Vallejo, called the strike Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. i
An order issued by the Federal
Conciliatiot Board authorized the
governmen' tc cancel the railway
union's contract if the strikers did
not return to work by noon yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Empowering the manage management
ment management of the nationalized lines to
hire replacements anywhere it
sizeable numbers returned to their
The full railway labor force Is
expected to be back at work today.
possibly, lamb and mutton. The
consumption rate for beef likely
will be 81 pounds per person com
pared with 79.7 pounds last year.
The rate for yea! is forecast at
6.7 pounds, compared with 6.8
pounds- in: 1958. ..; s
The consumption rate of pork
will jump to a whopping 66
pounds compared with 60.8 pounds
last year. The eating of lamb and
mutton is expected to go up from
4.1 pounds per ; person to 4.4
Consumption of chicken will
jump from 28.2 pounds to 29.8
pounds, the department said.
Col. Daniel F. Tatum, Com
mander of the 314th Troop Car Carriers
riers Carriers Wing, took off at 11 am
for the non-stop six to six and
a half-hour flight, depending
upon the winds.
At 11:15 the second plane in
the stream became airborne.
And then, throughout the af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, there was a C-130 tak taking
ing taking off every 15 minutes. The
23rd aircraft landed at Pope
Air Force Base at 11:54 last
. Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither,
Commander in Chief Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, who had overall com command
mand command of the forces in Exer Exercise
cise Exercise Banyan Tree, made the
vivid., comparison of the air airbridge
bridge airbridge to a 2000-mile long
troop train with the .cars
spaced 15-minutes apart, a
feat, which he said staggers
The same paratroopers from
the Strategic Army Command
battle group of the 82nd Air Airborne
borne Airborne Division came down in a
non-stop air movement with a
combat Jump on arrival to take
part in the exercise recently
completed at Rio Hato,
Their deployment to Panama
took aproximatelv seven hours.
due to a difference in head
winds flying from north to
Dulles Meets With
Aids At Hospital
On Berlin Issues
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27 fUPH-
Administration officials said today
that ailing Secretary of State John
loster Dulles is takine a sreater
part in foreign policy each day and
shows every intention of resuming
nis post iuu-ume it at au possible.
The secretary, under massive
radiation treatment for cancer.
gave dramatic evidence of this
increased participation when he
summoned his top aides to Wal
ter Reed Army Medical Center
late yesterday, for a strategy con conference
ference conference on Berlin.
Officials said Dulles, who was
found to have a, recurrence of can cancer
cer cancer when he underwent a hernia
operation Feb. 13, began last Sun
day to show strong signs of want wanting
ing wanting to get back on the job.
inat was the day he conferred
at ; length with Vice President
Richard M. Nixon and with his
brother, Allen W. Dulles, Director
of ;the Central Intelligence Agen Agency.,.
cy.,. Agency.,. They discussed R u i s fa n
threats to Berlin and Germany
and allied preparations.
Summoned by Dulles to meet
with him in his hospital suite for
an hour yesterday were acting
Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter, Deputy Under Secretary
Robert Murphy. Assistant Secreta
ry for European Affairs Livings
ton T. Merchant and, Joseph N.
Greene, Dulles' personal assistant.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UPI) Congressional
attention to a possible new Canal between the Atlantic
and Pacific will remain in the "study stage" for an in indefinite
definite indefinite time before any serious action could take place,
according to well-informed sources at the Capitol. -The
studief now in progress indicate that the Nicpra Nicpra-guan
guan Nicpra-guan route would be more likely to receive wide support
than any of the Other eight alternative Canal routes
which are theoretically possible from an engineering
Rep. Daniel Flood (D-Pa) in a House speech Tuesday
disclosed that a board of consultants engaged by the
House Merchant Marine committee is studying the ques-tir-
of a Canal outside Panama to take care of future
The board studies all phases of the interoceanic Ca Canal
nal Canal problem1" JnjlilicJ enlargement of thevf anama Ca Ca-nal.
nal. Ca-nal. Several congressmen have made independent visits
to Panama and Nicaragua within recent months.
It was learned today that the
House Merchant Marine commit committee
tee committee will regard the consultation
board's report as advisory, and
nysewelugions--i! gecom gecom-jfoijjaSfflO
jfoijjaSfflO gecom-jfoijjaSfflO wiU:3coiislderer In
Thereafter, a committee report
would be made to the House of
No date for the consultants' re report
port report was indicated today, but pre previous
vious previous estimates have been around
No billt for construction of a
Nicaraguan canal have bean in introduced
troduced introduced in th 86th Congress.
Evan if later Introduced, such a
proposal would not bo acted up upon
on upon by Congress without a long
ptriod of public discussion and
reports by various government
departments on security, com commerce,
merce, commerce, engineering and other as aspects.
pects. aspects. Experts pointed out, however,
that the Nicaraguan Canal route
has a long historical background,
and wis favored by congress be before
fore before France transferred the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal project to the United
If and when the Nicaraguan
route becomes a topic of active
Congressional consideration, the
chief, arguments for it would be
its engineering feasibility, and the
possible saving of 800 miles or
more in ship transit between the
Worth Atlantic and North Pacific.
Theoretically, a canal at Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua would be of special economic
value to the Gulf Coast and Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi River basin in the United
Th Nicaraguan rout might
gain considerable support if it
could be built on term giving
preference to United States-flag
ships in inter-coastal trade.
Ships of all flags pay uniform
rates to use, the Panama Canal to
An oceanic canal on the Atrato
River route through Colombia has
in past decades been discussed.
In 1948-49 United States and Co Colombian
lombian Colombian engineers cooperated in a
preliminary reconnaissance' of the
Atrato-Truando interoceanic canal
route to obtain general estimates
of Costs in comparison to other
routes. The reconnaissance did not
lead to any construction proposal
Flood's House speech and an annexed
nexed annexed documents covered 16 three three-columned
columned three-columned pages in the Congression Congressional
al Congressional Record today.
A mono the documents inserted
was an Enqlish translation of an
article by Dr. Harmodio Arias,
An employe of the Locks Divi Division
sion Division on the Pacifc side has been
evicted from his quarters at Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso because of the purchase of
duty free items at the Paraiso Re Retail
tail Retail Store for unauthorized persons
it has been announced at Balboa
.Violations of this nature have
resulted in the loss of Panama
Canal quarters privileges for a
number of Panama Canal em employes.
ployes. employes. 1
When such action is taken, pur purchase
chase purchase privileges at the Canal re retail
tail retail stores are automatically cancelled
flTK CPNTf 4 i
ex-president ef Panama and di director
rector director of the Panama American,
which appeared In the Miami
Diario de.las Americas en Jan.
'22. "'i-JrMi&& "'
- Arias replied point bypoint -to
charges against Panama by Flood
in his house speech.
Arias's article, as translated,
said in part:
"If Representative Flood really
wanted better and more cordial re relations
lations relations between Panama and the
United States, he would take a
closer look at the causes for the
deterioration of these relations,"' he
would scrutinize the facts which
speak for themselves and point to
where the sources of the trouble,
resentment, and protests of the
Panamanians are lodged, and
would try to do something about
fours Doelnsforker ;
Riofs At Malta ;
VALLETTA, Malta, Feb. 2f
(UPI) Rioting and fires broke',
out at the British navy dockyard
here today when 6000 Maltese
dockworkers received notice that
a private British firm is taking
over the yard.
Police used tear gas against the fl
Flames coul be seen from the f
center of the city across the bay
from the dockyard.
The superintendent of the jardL
Adm. J. Lee Bargerber, was .-struck
struck .-struck with several stones befpre,
he gained the shelter if an office.,.,.
The fact that the admiralty was
cutting down its operations Jiere
has been knewn here for some?"
mnnfhi and has been the subiect .f
of bitter talk., between the unions S
and the government,
The rioters set several cars
afire, including one belonging t
a British naval officer. f T
Police said that despite the vio violence
lence violence the s tuation was under con-
People from towns adjacent to
the dockyard shouted encourage-
ment to the rioters.
Several warships, including the
aircraft carrier Centaur, areun-'; 5
dergoing refitting in the yard...
Malta is a strategic British CO-
lony in the Mediterranean, situat situated
ed situated about half way between Sues
and Gibraltar. It lies 60 miles
south of Sicily and 180 miles east
of Tunis. .. .. ,, (-.
STAMFORD., Conn.. .Feb, 27
(UPI) Playwright Maxwell An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, who suffered, a stroke at
his home here yesterday, was re reported
ported reported in serious condition today at
Sta mf or4Hospltal,-l;ft.x
Yesterday? after Tus admittance
to the hospital, his Condition had
been described as ?very serious
The playwright apent a comfort comfortable
able comfortable night but remains in lenous
condition, a Stamford Hospital
spokesman said today, ri' i
Doctors said Anderson's risht
Side was paralysed but hi blood
pressure appeared to be Improv Improving.
ing. Improving. r
jmir; February n, wst
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THE MAIL BOX
CLAYTON PINBALL MACHINE
I admil the Dmblem of the pinball machines at the Ft. Clayton
NCO Cluu it fieiung out ol hanu. But 1 hardly imagine mere is
hurlv miisipr it-arms who coiners everv NCO that comes in. marches
him to the pinball machines, and watches to see the NCO puts in at
least $25 before he is allowed to leave.
1 lee! for the "Two NCO Wives in Waiting," (Mail Box, Jan. 24)
tae one who wrote the letter seeking protection for her friend, and
ith! friend who is supposedly a victim of her husband's pinball mania.
'But lei's look at the problem realistically.
.JPCbula it be that the victim wife no longer bothers to turn on the
J5arni which would suffice lo keep her husband at home? In his pin pin-iSV
iSV pin-iSV playing he therefore finding certain diversion which substitutes
fjftr the enitiUinmeut he should be getting at home. This type df wife
;4ivfin aes-oh' problem to the men of the armed forces The quarters,
tther opjniTO.vart interior. The medical treatment is lousy. And
iluse her hysharid chose a cweer in the Army, he is a bunt to her.
frTh.i Ncp. Wife who did the actual letter .writing, is nothing but
fefftsybodv- wad-has too much time tostf.JJtWemot' her
-Tieigbbors raiher than take care1 of her own back yard. If I were the
husband of cither of these "Two NCO Wives in Waiting" I would
raise a few well-placed lumps on their feminine heads at earliest
opportunity to give them soinethin? to think about.
As for the pinball-playing NCO husband going to a psychiatrist,
this splendid practitioner like as not has a pinball machine in his
quarters because he consider? it wonderful physical therapy, not to
mention the mental ease he enlnvir while playing it.
The "Two NCO Wives in Waiting" can keep right on waiting
for all I care. Rut wp will make certain they Bet one break at least.
We will post ell Mall Box letters on this subject on the pinball
Super Score in Red and G-een.
PROMOTION IN THI ENGINEERS
We read of so much wrongdoing in this wonderful old world these
days that sometimes wonder what becomes of men that is, what
becomes of the good that was once in them.
Particularly do I have in mind some civilian employes of the. Ar Army
my Army Engineers I have known over the years gone bv. When In posi positions
tions positions of lesser imnortance thev have been honest, fair, seldom used
bad language and h?ve tried to heln their friends. But noon climbing
some wav uo the seniority ladder thev have discarded the men whose
wOrv and knowledge helned them towards the top.
.. I do not say this state of affair apolies at this time, but I do say
there Is a danger of misunderstanding over the manner in which sev sev-eal:
eal: sev-eal: men who have never had any service with the Army have b,een
biajjght in fvont the Navy and olaced in posktofls over longtime rjmy
efnsioyes. Tie Jobs were never advertised by the Civilian Personnel
Office so they must all be of the same degree.
' Another man was transferred to the roads branch with only a
few "ears government service.
" Mny of trhee men were in South America during the war getting
big salaries while we duller ones stayed here trying to be patriotic
and sticking with the Army. Now we feel we are getting less than
It is necessary to reoort that some of my frfirMrf'iH 'becoming
convinced. for"various reasons, that certain' ffSfernfties have tlore
Influence than they should regarding the promotion list. The organ organisation's
isation's organisation's regulations do not, of course, extend any privileges to any
fraternities in matters of promotion.
-At 4 P.m. Tuesday, the height of the homeward-bound traffic rash,
the Miraflores Bridee was closed to automobile' traffic for 31 min minutes
utes minutes to pl'ow one shin to enter the locks, ranted that shios cannot
be scheduled according to automobile traffic peaks, the point of mv
letter is this the bridge was closed for 17 minutes before the bow of
the shin, the Santa Mria. ever.anornached the bridge.
In this length of time a required safety factor? Apparently not,
because at 7:15 m Wednesday, at the height of the work bound traf traffic
fic traffic rush. he hrjd"e Wjh cloed to ai'tomoHle traffic for onlv 14 min minutes
utes minutes atiow-tjip President dront and another sh'b tfl'enter the locks.
.Tnis represents a more intelligent action on the part of the bridge
1 CURUNDU REGULATIONS
Section V-D of Curundu post regulations should be read by all who
livfyj th.t town. Then those residents might ask themselves when
w4"-tbe last time their parages were orooerly checked. Boats are
parked tinder so many of the houses that the streets are cluttered with
cars. Whv, there is more iunk underneath some of the quarters in
Curundu thn there is 'n Panama City's slums. There is much to be
desi'ed in ihe way of a cleanup.
Residents mi'ht also ask when was the last time an American
served them n the Curundu clubhouse. Time was when high school
students could get nfter school jobs and summer work at the club clubhouse,
house, clubhouse, hut no longer.
And what about fire? F.very day I listen to the radio giving out
warnings abo"t fire prevention. More than a vear ago the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance t"m collrted all the fire extinguishers rom each building in
Curundu. As o' today they have never been replaced, so far as I can
see. I do not like the hought of being caught in those wooden trans
without a little protection, and have thought many times of sending
to the States for a lightweight fire extinguisher.
OPERATION BANYAN TREE
We thank the armed force 'or their invitation to attend Opera Operation
tion Operation Banyan Tree at Rio Hato Feb i. Our troop considers it an hon honor
or honor and a privilege to have been allowed to watch these wonderful
an dexciting maneuvers
We are also cratefu' for the. friendliness and helpful attitude dis displayed
played displayed by all armed forces nersonnel we came in contact with dur during
ing during the trio. From the cheerful men who. served us hot coffee, break break-Iatt
Iatt break-Iatt rolls and tea uron arrival to the highest-ranking general, all ex extended
tended extended every effort to se that we enjoyed ourselves and were com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. The trip was not pnh "njovable but also educational. To most of
us It will be of great value in the future.
Boy Scouts of America,
If "Reconsideration" (Mall Box, Feb. 6) really wants to engage
In some beneficial public effort in which people of the various racial
and national origins on the Isthmus could and would work together,
here is a fertile area:
A senior citizen center is badly needed in Panama, particularly
for the oldtimers of West. Indian origin, -Though the men and women
of this group 65 or 70 years old and upward may nave been here since
construction days, they are still "extranjerjps" strangers tn a
strange land. :
With a little aid and guidance, a center could be set up in Pana Pana-,
, Pana-, ma with a trained social worker in charge. I do not tee this chiefly
' a oup kitchen, or a distribution center for charity baskets though
j Mm activity this kind might be indicated. It could be kind of
I clubhouse with social service overtones." It could hive a library,
Hi few tables for checkers, things Uke thaty-
Bui equauy important wouia oe a jnoweny soui (oia or young)
who would take some interest in an elderly person's problems just
the way the women welfare workers help the soldiers.
In earlier dayi on the Isthmus, the life span was to short there
waa little time between the day a man quit work, and the end' of hit
life. Today with Panama Social Security, C.Z. Disability Relief and
U.S. Civil Service Retirement lota of men and women have many
People like you in active life could help them set uo a center.
I And I know the gringos would help.
Bv VICTOR RIESI14 I
There wai.jome migafy-nwgB
deriding of each'oJber iy Wakes Wakes-Reuther
Reuther Wakes-Reuther and George Afeany in tat
second battle of San Juan -Hill
which opened a labor war that
some insiders believe will ajain
split the AFL and CIO into two
From behind the scene oi jao
or s nigh commano session
Puerto Rico come reports that
the "angry young man," Waller
Reuther. has decided to challenge
the policy making powers o Mr.
Labor himself, George Meany, oi oi-ficial
ficial oi-ficial leader of 13,500,000 AFL-CIO
The subdued bitterness between
America's two most influential lab labor
or labor chiefs flared and exploded like
sun spots in Meany's Hotel Caribe
Hilton room on the night of Mon
day, Feb. 16. Here's a blow-by-
blow description w uie teua
blast-off into a conflict which later
lined the younger CIO leaders in
one bloc against the elder of the
On Monday night in the blunt
jargon of us New rorxers, iiea
ny asked Reuther, wno is more
the rapier typa, just wha the iell
he meant by discussing the orga
nization of a task force to run a
labor march on Washington with
out first consulting with him. Mea-
ny also wanted to know why Reu
ther s.arted discussions without
waiting for the AFL-CIO president
to arrive hi Puerto Rico.
That acrid hour heated the room
to the point where the long thick
glass wall sheer melted. Keu.ntr
left in a fury to talk strategy wun
his old CIO colleagues. It ia abso
lute fact that word spread in the
highest most responsible circles
that there might not De a unuca
AFL-CIO Executive Council ses session
sion session the next morning.
There was. Meanv eased off af
ter a night's sleep. He apologized
to Reuther the next morning.' Reu Reuther
ther Reuther rejected the apology. The
brawl was on again. Some of the
verbiage would never have .been
permitted in Bosion or even in
Mencken's "American Language."
The next day Meany mat the
CIO leaders in a bloc. They tak
ed frankly about their right to
take positions and to act withou.
consulting him. Meany, who can
move like a trip hammer, attempt attempted
ed attempted to soothe the men who had led
some 4,000,000 workers from ihe
mass industries into a partnership
with the AFL a little more than
three years ago. There waa out outward
ward outward peace.
But only the naive will tee thit
as anything but the calm before
the labor storm. The differences
between George Meany and Wal
ter Reuther are and have been li
It was logical that the open fight
snouia come now in uie aecuuu
year of what the scientists call
the Spatial Age. We can't talk of
building roads and a farm on the
moon or hear reports that ue Rus Russians
sians Russians are about to put a man in
orbit around the earth without
realizing that U.S. industry is go
ing Spatial too. -; rfV
It's the era of the missile men.
not the era of the masses of semi semiskilled
skilled semiskilled assembly-line men. These
"operational" workers are growing
fewer. That means Reuther's Au
to Union and other old CIO units
are losing members permanently.
As the semi-skilled workers are
replaced by the installation and
maintenance crews needed by the
new machine brain factories, the
skilled trades the crafts grow
They are the opponents of Reu
ther inside labor. They are the
old AFL unions.
Of course, Reuther has recog
nized this. On Feb. 13 just three
days before he battled Meany
t ii j: i
neuiner tuspaicneu a very signi significant
ficant significant "Administrative Lettr" to
all Auto Union locals. It revealed
that the Auto Workers Executive
Board was revamping its soeciai
skilled workers division inside the
This section will be guided by
new nine-man N. nal ulled
Trades Advisory Committee. It
will be a powerful division. The
committee will attempt to' hold
the field against the old AFL
The pressures on Reuther r are
obvious. And his reaction to then
are obviously Reuther-ian. He and
his CIO colleagues want to hit,
the streets -with der nstratibns;
They want to make it a political
fight. Yet this is not the way of
the former AFI Nor is it George
It does seem that the second
battle of San Juan Hill is just a
sKirmisn in a new civil war.
President Abraham Lincoln'!
call to axmt ia 1861 rescued
Ulysses. S. Grant from the life
of obscurity And failure ne bad
led until that time. He re recruited
cruited recruited and trained company
of volunteer! from Galena, 111.
He btcemt a colonel la the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Volunteer regiment, in
which position he soon showed
himself skillful leader,
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WASHINGTON Stung by Presi President
dent President Eueohower's evangelistic out-;
bursts against1 the "pemter,:
Democratic leaders are taking a
thirn look at how Ike practices
the -emnnmv he preaches. Their
findings reveal he has been the
most extravagant Pfeeident in A A-merican
merican A-merican history. '
- He spends twice as much to run
the white House as former Presi
dent Truman ever' did. During
Trnm.n'a last vear. his operaiuig
xnenes came to $2,467,000. this
ia petty cash compared with ih
$5,013,750 bill iKe lurnea in ivi w
fiscal year ending June 30.
He also lefi the White House out
of his fervent campaign to balance
next year's budget. While the or
Hererl everyone else to slash ex
penses, he boostd his own budget
by a generous $332,250. 1
Tsuman was able to get along
with an office staff of 245. Ike has
added another 153 employes to the
payroll. He has also increaseu
the white House work crew from
a? ia 7i Among their "new duties
are hunting lost golf balls and
Keeping we iquirreis uu",r'
ting green. ..-.'
Tha cost of ttDeirating .the whole
executive office, has soared eyen
more spectacularly unaer. e-isen
hower. This includes all the. octo
pus arms of the White Aouse,
fiieh a th National Security
Council, Budget Bureau, Office of
Defense Mc-bilization, and Council
of Economic Advisers.
Truman spent J6.703.000 on' the
whole works his last year in of
fice. Ike's total budget for the exe
riitlve office this vear' is "$52,736,-
250. Next yea'r hf is isking ::for
$91,88,000. if 55 X5??.
Of course, 89 percent of the In
crease will go to the newiy creawa
office of Civil and Defense Mobiliza
is supposed to. enforce. bis econo
my edict. -v..vji.n.-i.-;-s-...i.vA.
charged to other government .de
partments, so they dont show up
in the White House nuaget.
The two helicopters which whisk
him and his staff to Gettysburg
on weekends are chatted, rlo. th
Marine CorpK S tf m e t i nt t ht
makes the nop it a ugnt, twin.
engined plane, kept at his disposa
by the Air Force.
Ike didn't wait long after mov moving
ing moving into the White House to get
rid of Truman's hand-me down
nlane a nrl nrrler de Juxfc new
model for htmself ThevAlr Force-
paia a4,Buv,uuu oui ui us jjucjvcv iu
the Columbine which ,was decor decorated
ated decorated to suit Mamie's tastes.
Last year, the President decid
ed the plane needed another rest
room and .running water. Howev However,
er, However, the story leaked out before ,the
m Jk.n enl it n Wi m m m of ti 11 aA AOtie.
kg suchfamiMenittbclty itartp-Ws
he. withdrew the order.
The Presidential launches,' the
Barbara Ann and Susie E., are
maintained and operated by the
Navy. Otoe was -dispatched all the
way to Newport, Rhode Island,
last year to ferry the President
between the golf course and his
Incidentally, he has taken more
be has slipped away foe four brief
UNCLE SAM PATS
1 The Eisenhowers also use White
House servants on their. lana.
ineir pei'Maai tieiougiugs re ure-
quen.ly hauled" by Army truck.
Cmc s jxt m ougni in. ui s ro rug a
ditch around his farm when he
couldn't imd civilians who would
work in the rain.
Besides his' extravagance7 with
the taxpayers money, lkt htf ac
cepted expensive personal guts.
Certainly the deep ffeeze which
caused Truman such painful pub pub-lcity
lcity pub-lcity was a .five-ahd-dinie item
compared tt what Eisenhower has
received. Gifts he can't use are
Visually kept in the family. Ma Mamie's
mie's Mamie's sister, Mrs. Gordon" Moore,
is the chief beneficiary.'
White House intimates say Uie
President's fervor over economy
is inspired by the tight'.'litile cir circle
cle circle of milliohajres who have be become
come become his closest, friends., They in include;
clude; include; ,'
Former Secretary of the Treasu Treasury
ry Treasury George Humphreynow head
of National Steel; William RoDin RoDin-son,
son, RoDin-son, Coca-Cola's board chairman;
W. Alton. Jones,, tities ,; Service
chai -man; Clifford Roberts of Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds and Co.; Barry, Leithead,
president of .ClufU, Peapody and
Co.; and George Allen, a director
of many .big companies;
This is Ike's golfing-bridge cabi cabinet.
net. cabinet. Perriocrats ; point ,out that
these are men whose own Hvtnz
standards are the highest. in the
world, but who believe in econo economy
my economy for small business, schools,
farmers, veterans, widows, and the
Note This column called the
White House for details of Ike's
finances, but Jim-Hagerty was in
Mexico. No one else was permit permitted
ted permitted to discuss the subject.;
f -1 IMMIGRANT'S SON
Hie most interesting racf in the
next Senate election may be in
Massachusetts where the son ot
an Italian immigrant will, chal challenge
lenge challenge the scion of New England
blueblood. Gov. Foster .Fur culo of
Massachusetts ran against Sen.
Leverett Salionstall six years ago,
but was defeated when the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy family gave the nod to "Sal "Salty"
This started a feud between the
Irish Democrats of. Massachusetts
and the ..Italian Democrats, heal
ed;orJy:'rrecently,,,The chief bene beneficiaries
ficiaries beneficiaries from the rift pave been
Italian charity organizations. The
Kennedy family (Joe VKennedy,
Sr., is one of the 70 Wealthiest men
in America) have poured money
into all sorts: of itallatf charities
In Massachustfttg. ?;.iV
With the rift now healed. Furfifl.
next year. Some Republicans havo
privately urged salty to duck the
race, but he isn't going to. While
recovering from a minor opera operation,
tion, operation, the rumor got abroad that
he .might not run again, which
made the blue-stocking Senator
from Massnchusetts quite sore.
Salty is mild-mannered, easy to
get along., with, dossal go in for
vacations at the taxpayers' ex- personal feuds. But he doesn't run
Sense than any other President in out on a political battle,
istory;. Note Running with him on the
His biggest year was 1957 when Republican ticket will' be John
he took 22 vacations, counting Volpe, another Italo-American who
long weekends at Camp David and should swing part of the Italian
his Gettysburg farm. Last year, i vote. Volpe was Ike's highway co co-he
he co-he was .. away, from the White ordlnator. has offices in Washing Washing-House
House Washing-House 18 times, Already this year, ton, Boston, and' Rome, Italy.
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vtfnA A: y : foreign Attorneys rrO,61
.ktari a. auats a vi m & iw 1 ia
By PHIL NEWSOM
(UPI Foreign News Edifor)
, "Somoia & Sons'., could. ie the
hanging owe any shop in the
America. Or it could grace .the
1 gateway to. Nicaragua.,.,. .
Ever .since, 1933 this little; Cen Central
tral Central .American country. ; about ihe
aizc of New York and .New. JerseyJ
comnineqv nat been, he, .private
pouueaj, preserve, tne .. Sompia
moment, ic-roguan,, exiles do
not appear ;o nave enougn cone cone-ion
ion cone-ion o issue, a serious challenge
irom wunoui. ....
Luis last year proposed to Con Con-ress
ress Con-ress overwhelmingly dominat,?
d ; by his ruling Liberal Party
a constitutional amendment pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting a Nicaraguanj president
rrom jjuceeetung ntmseE.
Tha ..bill also .nrovides that na
one roaiea ip tne president witn witn-in
in witn-in the fourth degree of kinship
by blood or, marriage may suc succeed
ceed succeed .him. The bill, passed ;jra
first reading last Member, Will
coma tin for a tuwmri rearline
sue until 1963 when the present Last year "Hie Nicaraguan Con-
term expires and, until then the
Sonoma's ive' no indication of re
linquishing, control of the govern
ment tne. father captured
uiuuary- coup.; ,j
When jn isssin'
ed Gen. Anastasio omoza's life
in September, J956,!,his sons, took
over the start. Luis, lien 34. suc
ceeded, hif, father ,s., president
AuajtMsiv tnen. assumed
command oc, wv armea, forces.
The arrangement has .worked
out very well for the Somozas..
The sons have kept; the family
wealth intact and : there ias, been
no organized outcry aeainst their
amuustfation from JKithin. At the fully with the'Somozas.' The tradi-
sPresident cn.ora vowed In a
speech in early February he
would die '-fightini. rather than
VI am not a Batista who can
be forced;' to board a plane Vnd
leave .the -qouotry ,". he challenged.
VThe opposition is asking that 'the
Somozas leave nicaraeua. It is
logical. for them tp ask it because
we, are lae amy. ones, preventing
kAn 4.1. ":
ai mumins. .. :
tie aia not aenne "th- onnosi-
tion" and observers were hard
put to- figure just whom he wtis
But this will not become an ,ls- him.
tional Nation'al, Conservative Par
ty, supported, maihlv by Roman
Caholicsjcomprises the main op opposition
position opposition but Its leaders are scat-
ierea ana noi a Die to exen mucn
Tne-.ilast reported threat of : any
importance was in May of 5 last
year, when nei
14 trunks fllTed with weajpons
-Tjn. -vne aipiomaxic, level, me
Unite'd States' and Nicaraeua have
remained on good terms-.
naea we eiuer aomoza wai
shot:'.' 0, S. 'doctors, at President
1 Eisenhower's ". direction, treated
ghboricg Costa Rica
ested l6..Nicarjiguan .exiles at
.border." Thev we-M earrvinff
gress passed a resolution- eofi-
aemnlngUie attacks on Vice
President Richai M. Nixon. duT'
ing bis South American tour, -v
The -status of these relations
could become much more impor important
tant important if the Panama Canal reaches
the saturation point A parallel
canal probably would be built
across Nicaragua under a 19U
treaty granting the United .States
perpetual rights to do so. ;
Liz Taylor Buys S
Of IsraetBdnds i
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPf)'
There is a small National Con Actress EHuhMh T.vir 'ni
b.-i k.v m f,j FT 111VU VUVVCAMLCO
J..II. . n.
to buy $100,000 in Israel bonds at
a banquet last night and also
made a joint nledse : with sineer
Eddie Fishei for an additional
A total of tl.250:0D0 was re-
ceived from the star-studded audi
ence in pledges. V
Abraham 1fiXt i'b ha!iMi-l
ai presiaent of the Develonment
vorp. ior israei, caused an em-
Darrassed utter a. tne olush ban
quet when he said:
'A $10,000 contribution was
made by Eddie Fisher and Debbie
Rey (pause) er. ah. Elizabeth
Eddie Cantor praised Miss Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's contribution, saying, "I'm
delighted the academy has nom nominated
inated nominated Elizabeth Taylor, for an,
Oscar as iei"adtress "of the ; yea
and not for someone who has fal fallen
len fallen io-love."'
ALBANY, N.Y., Feb." T UPI)
uov. Meison A. Bockeieiler n
a meeting -with a group of foreign
attorneys yesterday urged a coin
in on market in tU western hem
isphere-and denied, his political
ambitions extend beyond New
The 'eovernor. sDeakina- inform
Dy to visiting lawyers from at
least 20 different nations,' said he
favored a. common market "in
whatever six, units anyone will
agree to"; jut believed an over overall
all overall ; market for western h m
aphere nations would be the best
soiuuon. ... ;
Rockefeller-said he believed na
tions could not "prosper separate separate-1
1 separate-1 or exist lone.,
The governor turned aside
questions by South American
student-over his national political-aspirations.
Often mentioned as
a possible GOP candidate for
president next year, Rockefeller
said he was more concerned with
the problems of state government
lor tne present
He left tiie door open, howev
er, by commenting that "the
problems of the state are similar
to "(those of tiie federal govern
ment," and that "for years I was
more interested in the interna
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TBX PANAMA MERICAlt AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWIPAPE&
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seated titer the tea. will be Mrs.
Paula Shelokov. a professional
member of the National Society of
interim Design and Home ration
League of America. She will spean
on design and decorating.
All club members-,- college wo
men and guests are invited to the
FORMER ZONIANS ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT
OF, THEIR DAUGHTER, MISS MARILYN VAN SICLEN
! Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Van Slelen, formerly of the Canal Zone,
wk of Clatskanie; Ore., announce tho engagement of their daughter,
Marilyn, to iwr. warvin Munm Dcnm ot rgmi,
Mist Van Siclan was born Ih the Canal Zona and attended school
here. She is now a funior student at the Lewis and Clark College in
Portland, where she is malorina in speech therapy. She is affiliated
with Theta Kappa sorority.
' Mr. Beckham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Beckham of Gats
kanie. He attended Portland State College and is now employed with
Tek-Tronics in Portland.
The couple is planning an August wedding. N
Dinner Party Tonight
Honors Adm. Mrs. Ballentine
Rear Admiral and Mrs. George
Wales will entertain at their Fif Fifteenth
teenth Fifteenth Naval District quarters this
evening at a dinner party honor honoring
ing honoring their house guests, Admiral
and Mrs. John Ballentine of Dogue
Clayton Officers Wives
To Meet Tuesday
The Fort Clayton Officers Wivs
Club will have a coffee and busi
ness meeting Tuesday morning at
9:30 at the Officers Club.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Robert Taylor, 87-2182
by noon Monday.
Gem and Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Miner
al Society will meet this evening
at 7:30 at the society's building
in the Balboa Pier area.
Church Auxiliary Plans
Cooks Night Our' Pic
The Women's Auxiliary of Gatun
Union Church is making arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for a "Cooks Night Out"
picnic dinner next Thursday. The
picnic will start at 5 p.m. at the
Laurel Street Block,, ''.'e new sec section
tion section opposite the "Masonic Temple.'
The menu will include beef on
buns, hot dogs, baked beans, spa spa-getti,
getti, spa-getti, pastries, ice cream, soda and
coffee. Proceeds will go to the
auxiliary's charity fund.
(Continued on Page 6)
Has Ilevi Submarine
For Depth Probes
RICHMOND, Va. UPI) Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds Metals Co. yesterday an announced
nounced announced plans for a submarine
made of alum'num which could
reach unprecedented depths and
.explore more than 60 per cent of
the ocean floor.
Company officials said the craft,
to be named the Aluminaut, would
be light in weight and stronger
than one made of steel. It also
could be used to prevent recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance oi American waters by
Russian subs, they said.
J. Louis Reynolds', executive
vice president' of the firm, said
the project began in 1942 and that
recent tests have shown it to- be
feasible. Under hleal progress,
the first model should be ready
for launching "and tmls w.fhin
two years, he said.
Early models would be powered
by electric batteries but atomic
propulsion could be installed lat later,
er, later, Reynolds said.
The first model is to be about
48 feet long with an inside diam diameter
eter diameter of seven feet, Reynolds said.
Its 30-foot cylindrical hull will be
designed to accommodate a pilot
and two scientific observers,
along with more than 3,400 pounds
The Aluminaut would be able
to "see" on the ocean floor with
television cameras which could
be extended on long arms. Re Remotely
motely Remotely operated lights would
probe the deepwater darkness.
Club Altamira will meet at w
a.m. Sunday at the usual place
of business. Members are urged
to be prompt for a discussion on
the progress of the club's fund fund-raising
raising fund-raising activities and other business.
to the U. S. Marine Corps Re
serve at Quantico, Va.
The baby is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Rex E. Beck of
Balboa and of Mr. and Mrs. P. F
Burns f Easton, Pa. Mrs. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas I. Grmison of Balboa is the
CZ College Club
Plans Monday Tea
Members of the Canal Zone
Collegs Club will meet at the JWB
TTfi in 'RalVtna MnnHav aifArnnnn
Thomas W. Grimison in Eas- at 3:30 for a tea. Mrs. Maxwell T
Announcement has been receiv
ed on the Isthmus of the Birth
of a daughter Sunday to Lt. and
Lieutenant Grimison is assigned
Guest speaker, who will be pre-
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Dasher To Visit Antilles Command
A staff visit to Antilles com
mand has been planned for Maj.
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, U. S.
Army Caribbean commanding gen
eral, March 2-5. Included on the
same flight scheduled to leave
Albrook Air Force Base is a man manpower
power manpower and management survey
team which will remain in Puer
to Rico until March 23.
Accompanying Dasher on the
staff visit will be: Col. Alphonse
A, Greese, Chaplain Silas E.
Decker, Horn an E. Leech, Dick
AKing and Jack M. Ernst; Lt.
Cols. Harry C. Barnes, Richard
W. Dowell and Blaine W. Butters,
and the Misses Janet G fford and
Shirley1 Welshinger of the Special
Members of the manpower and
management' team are: Lt. Cols.
Geirge W. Carter Jr. and Rus
sell Hechinger, and Jam. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond A. Banks: civilians Arwin
J. Janssen, R. G. Dan el Jr. and
Paul E. Kline. Miss Mary Mur Murphy
phy Murphy and Ladu Hamilton will con conduct
duct conduct the annual .civilian person personnel
nel personnel inspection during their stay.
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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Prime Minister Macmman oil
England has infonned. the WQ-ite
House confidentially that M
party plans to call for new elec elections
tions elections in May. If there's any seri serious
ous serious -"opposition to that date, tne
next choice U October...Baei.stage
t tha Rrnariwav olav RaStiO
mnn" thev're taking the Claiie
Bloom-Red Steige romance very
seriously, even predicting .ai.ea .ai.ea-Aiwi
Aiwi .ai.ea-Aiwi vhm stfippr i leealls un
tangled from his estranged wife,
Sallv Gracie ... Benny Goodman
abruptly cancelled his projected
tour of Europe.
Cmul Hirsptnr Anatole JJtVIK,
here to celebrate the premiere of
"The Journey," has reen iaia io
arith an attack of shindes., He s
hoffpr now un and around... Vic
Damone has added another beau beauty
ty beauty to the list of those soothing his
nerves : young actress' ;Evaj Lynd
...It's nice to have diplomatic im immunity.
munity. immunity. A vice consul of a South
American country was involved in
trun autnmnhile accidents within
nno hour on .Manhattan's, Est
Side the other morning. But be because
cause because of his status, plus the fact
that no one but himself was in injured,
jured, injured, the matter was hushed ...
Liberal Democratic leaders hope
Edward R. ,Miirow'a "yfiV.lW
rest" will put luiri; m th.frime
of mind for an active political ca career.
reer. career. r .
whns hrother. Irv-
wiuiiw J t
ino was alain in the Biralana
murrtof ha ifone to Florida to
TAt sura v from the Broadway
scene-Roger Vadim cancelled the
contract of his teenage discovery,
Gilliam Hills, following the Pans
mnrai atandal. but those who
lmnw him best oredict she'll be
back on the payroU "by:populat
H.mmd" ax anon -as the film firm
has milked all possible publicity
from the story or. ner aismisaai.
New England's biggest show biz
f,,ri etsra F.ialnc .Lorillard. out-
going wife of wealthy, tobacco Ueir
t Trillard. and Georfie Wem,
owner of the Boston night club,
Storyville. A lawsuit may result.
Meanwhile nn the romantic side,
T nuia niana in waltz down the aisle
with a Providence ladv when the
rtivnrce is final ana waine nas
her choice of Qit SteliB r .BRus
Neal Hefti has been assigned to
pnnduct the augmented orchestra
for Judy, Garland's engagement at
n li : i : i n. .aV.
tne r oniaineuieau- in ivnauu mu,
which means his plan to take a
dartre hand m i national tour will
h iof.rrpd until late next month
...June Havocabiogr.aphyvto ;be
published this Fall, wiu ukMe
the anecdote about the suspicious
hotel clerk, who almost had her
thrown out of her room until she
proved she was a married wom woman
an woman when she was all of-13 years
, Scott Brady and Virginia Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, who just wveajedi their, plans
to wed, have had second thoughts
and called off the ceremony ..
Damo Margot Fonteyn says it's
final she won't make another
film. Her philosophy: It's too tir
ing, and "after all, I'm a dancer,
not an actress". ..June Baier, the
pretty luncheon hostess at Johnny
Johnston's, obviously is equipped
for more strenuous duties than
finding a table for four. Sh' fea
tured in an upcoming spread in
Playboy, and will be seen in the
casts of two television pilot films,
"The Blue Men,'', .and; "Emergency."
The Mort Sahl-Phyllis Kirk rom romance
ance romance has chilled... Funny album
cover on the new RCA-Victor lp,
"Monster Rally;",: Everybody we
know, really...John Popking of the
Hickory. House is a worried fel fellow.
low. fellow. His three-month-old grand
child waa rushed to Flower Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital with a serious respiratory ail ailment...
ment... ailment... It's a small', world. The
lawyer hired by the government to
take charge of the prosecution of
Alexander L. Guterma baa an f
fice just one floor above Guter Guter-ma's
ma's Guter-ma's in a Madison Ave. 'building:
One of Sammy Davis Jr.'a best
friends describes the singing star
as "eaten up inside"i by tbe torch
he's carrying for the One Girl In
The World... When Jane Morgan
plays the Palladium later this
month, get ready- lor-the-"to-
mance" publicity linking her with
Britisher, Fred Walton. They, dat dat-ed"
ed" dat-ed" five years ago, but Mthlni
came of it
, Enstlish sinKfcr Alan Deaa't ca
reer las taken : an unexpen4ed-if
gratifying-'- turn. He len ; wew
York ta settle in Miami becaus
his ttreer is a- recorins artist
and sincd moving South he's be become
come become -the head of a thriving TV
jingle.firm; Jiow, because f hia
recent hit on a stan Jtienioa wur.
he's 4ac in; Gotham .namjiw hit
own term t wnye two discs ompa ompa-nier
nier ompa-nier fight yerbiis iervic In
Esauire oilblisher Arnold AOiOf-
rich, enters the hospital for turge turge-ry.,.
ry.,. turge-ry.,. Frank lioesser is moog rh
play ;doctorf -called rio, .te-rairtist
the'musica ''vun'i -unn i itt
pre-proadway paflgsaJerry MUlll.
gan: was9udyrHolliday'ldat' -gain
ft. the Xeft Bank the twier
night,- although he -still Bees his
estrsnged wife,- Arlene,' in frnd frnd-ly
ly frnd-ly fashion...Comedy team r rift rifting
ing rifting all over the place. The latest
to part: Harvey Norman and, Stan
ley, wean. .,,,,-
' !-.: ,r!v.'W Art .'''
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service,.
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South West North East
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:j PRE"NT5 v;C! ill
(Clarence Wlartin 5 Qrcliedi
Your host Johnny "B" invites all his friends
t6 join him there over El H
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK
tVERY FRIDAY J 'SATURDAY
, ; .from 8:15 to 8:45 pjn. f
South should have dropped the
bidding like a hot coal after his
partner's nice conservative four four-heart
heart four-heart bid, but -apparently--South
was in a slam-or nothing mood.
Hence his titf-fift
No one can criticize"' North's
jump to the slam or West's open opening
ing opening trump lead.
One look at dummy and South
saw nothing but trouble. He
could give up a diamond trick and
get rid of his losing spade ( on a
diamond,,. .buk.be would, hae to
play three rouns, of trnmps first
and would wind up one trick short
of his slam.
Instead, South saw an alternate
play that offered real hope. He won
the first trick in his own and and
promptly played the eight of
spades. At this point West could
have beaten the hand by playing
the ten spot butWest played now.
Now South thought a while and
let the eight ride. East won with
the queen and led a second trump.
South, drew trumps and led the
nine Of spades. This titme West
played the ten but lt was too late.
Dummy held the trick with the
jack and a dimonad went on the
ace. Three rounds of diamonds fol followed
lowed followed with South ruffing the third
diamond with his last.
Now South took, his ace of clubs
and claimed the balance of tfie
tricks for dummy.
Q The bidding ha been:
Eaat Sooth West Nartk
1 Double 2a 2
You, South, bold:
4KJt7 VAQ84 Q58 8
What do you do?
'Arasa. Year partner's two two-diamond
diamond two-diamond bid baa not chanted
no card ta your hand Which at'''
best Ja a minimum doable.
V TODAY'S QUESTION & 7
xThe biddlne Is the' same aa ltt
thi question iuB ; aJurwered.;;Thi
AKJI7 VAQI4 4K1SS 44
what do you do?
Auw6f Totnot row
MlAHStr FIa,r (UPn An at
tractive bldnde t found ahot I
death in secluded spot that dou
bled;; as a fisherman's paradise b)
dayVatid a lovers' lane at: n'ght
...---U LltiJ -I .-1 2 if
was luenuiiBU jresieraay. aaira.
Mary C- MesleneiV-' a missing Na Na-tionar
tionar Na-tionar Airlines, reservations clerk.
Z body previously had been
laenuiiea "as mat -, oi .nnsime -Burke,
barmaid in a local tavern.
BurM ss Burke was round alive
in Camden, N.J."
police said Mrs. Meslener, wh6
waa reporte missing about the
time the nndy 'was-found In some
1 rush on Uif banks of the Miami
River, had been killed by a bullet
In the righr teinrle.
inveaugators said she apparent
ly puiiup a oespcraie airuggio re
lore i beinj : snot. Her two-pec
su e and dark blue sweater were
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Ht FAAAMA AMERICAN AN LMU&f KMfci 1 iiAILt SmnMAtm
IpllIfllllilllllliA (Km9m .;
GEORGE W. PtJSer,.ccntetlshlpping.,.$ind receiving clerk; Publications Center, U. 5. J Army
. Cftrlbbean, lookss at a suggestion award certificate, presented to him by Maj, H. A.'HalllwelL
right, assistant adjutant general,? Pusey suggested that a lace shield artd gloves" be worn hv
personneL opening boxes with steel. or wire bands. At the left is Carl W Dlshong, chief of the
record -and publications center. l(U.s. Army Photo)
Rackets In Juke Box Industry
Seen As PosingGreat Danger
WASHINGTON (UPI5. Senate
racket investigators -closed? v out
their inquiry ; into Chicago's via-
lence ridden juke box industry
yesterday with acharge that rack racket
et racket inf iltratlohiof legitimate busi
ness poses'" T "great danger' to
The tWarniris was issued bv com
mittee Chairman John L. McClel-
lan (D-Ark.) after' anotjiej parade
of witnesses took- refuge behind
the Fifth, Amendment, rapier than"
testify on alleged-gangster-backed
efforts to exact tribute from coin
machine operators in Chicago.
The committee nreviouslv had
run into similar'refusals to testify
in cuiifietnuii wna similar uiiuer
world 'activities An New York.
The hearing also-'was-'marked
by some sharp? eommittee ;,cnti ;,cnti-cism,
cism, ;,cnti-cism, of the courts and a barbed
remark or two apout auegea gang gangsters
sters gangsters control of. certain unnamed
local: police departments.
The, committee's finaf witness
Deiore u recesea iop 10 aays was
Mear Sweep Of Cilf
' Ad hv Mavrir Richard ; J. Daley.
scored near sweep of iity of of-fie'esin,
fie'esin, of-fie'esin, ?one of the lightest
primary; "selection j turjiouts in re-
T'iie jetty.' k democratic ';. organl-
iationS4tirtted out; a 6 to X ihajbr:
itys over: the Uepubl:.CT.ns, i,T.ues i,T.ues-daysthaMingv
daysthaMingv i,T.ues-daysthaMingv which Saw .only
abtfuti ont-ithird; of iUievegistered
voters at thepolls. ;
The'. Detnoerata .won .45 seats in"
the 50-ma ncity council, while;
Republicans .could,,count only, one
seat.' One ,;bdepehdent ; aldejrman.
was -elected. :"k I'
In three, other war,ds, Demo Democrats
crats Democrats .forced Republican incum
bents jnto junoffs to the April 7
general' elections. Tha :fiOP preVr
1 louslyAheld' -12 -council seats, .,
Daley and hi iSOP foe, Jormer
JVp. J. & ill U 'V (1 A ,. VHTOHBU)
romped to easy victories over
Lar Daly; a perennial office-seek-
, ef who filed in both the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic .and t Republ .c&n mayoral
primaries;?-' ttfV 'ipUl
i inai teiurnsranowea -iaiey re received
ceived received 472,18? xot.es to, 42,842 for
Daley' received 472483 v o t e s o
42,842 for J)aly. Sheehan deceived
7072 votes' to Daly's 12,894.
Democrats 'saw the. big major majority,
ity, majority, rolled, up by. Daley ,as, a sure
sign ue wouia pe eiectea to a
Edwirtf Vogel, a'bfg-sbot coin ma machine
chine machine operator and reputed, one onetime
time onetime boss of the slot machine em empire
pire empire of the late "Scarf ace Al"-Ca-
vogei was-preceded in the wit witness.
ness. witness. chairi by "Fred -.Thomas Juke
Box, Smithy Smith, whose electri electrical
cal electrical workers uhion: local was pic
tured as the "enforcement arm"
of Vogel's Alleged "shakedown o o-peration."
peration." o-peration." ' a
f jcClellan: called .their activities
"i disgrace to a "civilized coun
He said the two-week-old juke
box hearing had shown "how for
racketerme nas become entrench
ed in legitimate business. McClel
lan said they represented "threats
fto; tne .sovereignty ot tne govern
ment'.: and a ""greaf daneer" to
In British A-Planl
Kills 2 Workers
AU)ERMASTON, England, Fen.
27 (UPI)-Two persons were killed
today in a: non-nuclear explosion
at the British government atomic
weapons research station here.
Fire engines sped to the station
fronr neighboring .towns,
The stat on reported that no ra radioactive
dioactive radioactive ma,terals were involved
in the explosions;
Alderma&ton was the scene f
protest marches last year against
the production of nuclear arms.
It is. about 35 miles northwest of
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP1) -Lonas
May -uaugnorn, 33, a mast master
er master of prison escape,' was captured
today by FBI agents who found
him sleeping in a farmhouse.
t special" Agent G. C. Gearty
saia Caughorn offered no .. resis resistance
tance resistance waen he was awakened, lie
was staying at the farmhoue
near, here with his mother and
brother.. --.y ,. .--.
Caughorn's capture ame less
Uun one day after bis partner in
h.s' latest escape venture, WiiMe
Norman Edwar'.i, 37, of. Mobile,
Ala., was caught sitting iu a 1938
car .with two young women, a red redhead
head redhead and a blonde.
4 Edwards was arraigned before
U. JS. Commissioner Harve M.
Duggins and Caughorn will be ar arraigned
raigned arraigned today. Tney will be re
turned to ueorgia.
Caushorn ana Edwards fled
from the Georgia prison for in
corrigible in Bufora, ua., Jan. s
in a "push-button'' wape.
ine two prisoners goi into uie
warden's truck and guard T. W.
Williams opened the gates, believ believing
ing believing Warden Hubert Smith was in
the truck. Williams was later
fire by Georgia Corrections
Commissioner Jack Forrester
who said it was an honest mis
take; but ono that justified, dis
Caughorn has escaped from
Georsia and Tennessee prisons
six times. He was arrested last
March in downtown Atlanta after
a 'wild, bullet punctuated chase.
His red.haired bride of a week
was with him.
At the time of that arrest,
Caughorn wad a fugitive from
L prison term for burglaries in
Tennessee. He is also under two
rear sentences In Georgia for
burglaries, and Edwards was
serving 20 years tor roDDenes.
"There is no radioactivity haz
ard to the staff or to the general
public," an official of the govern government
ment government atomic energy authority said.
The accident took place when
conventional explosives of an un unspecified
specified unspecified nature were being un unloaded
loaded unloaded from a trolley in one of the
ation s buildings.
The building was extensively
damaged. ... fire that broke out was
' When the hearings are resumed
next month, the committee will
explore racketeering in five other
areas Detroit. Miami. Los Ange
les,. New Orleans and various O O-hio
hio O-hio cities. ; v
" Vpgjel,:- W JBflflea'fluar3 fa c
partly hidden by dark glasses.
was described' by the committ
as "'one oi tne overioras of the
Chief counsel Robert F. Kenne
dy; said Vogel master minded thtf
Capone mob take-over in Cicero, Cicero,-Hl.i
Hl.i Cicero,-Hl.i in the i920's bf nostine hod-
luias'lrWefl tRwatWrieguns at
Dauot Boxes during an election.
Kennedy said Vogel. who now
runs the Aper Amusement Corp.,
was "the key figure behind the
whole operation" in Chicago,; along
witn tne elusive underworld Baron
Samt : 'MooneV1 Gitfncana whn
couid10npt be found; by the com
Smith, gray haired business
agent of Local 134, declined to
say whether he Was a "shake
down": Artist who out the Dower
ttt .nis union at tne disposal of the
Kennedy ticked off a half-dozon
different ways- in which h nairf
Smith dipped juke box and corn
machine operators. But he said
Smith reported only an? average
of $7,000 annual income of his tax
BLAMES NUCLEAVi BLASTS
, .KAGOSHIMA. Jaoan rUPTA
tmedical Research -professor at
Rarosnima University reported
Thursday 'bodies of recent still stillborn
born stillborn infants shewed a high per percentage
centage percentage of strontium-90, a deadly
radio-active element thrown off
by nuclear explosions. He said
the strontium probably .was pres present
ent present in the mother's food and
second term. mayor un Apr'l. passed on to the embryo,
As I am eontinuinit to make
improvements In my service
electrical services n Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, February 28th, at the
HOUR: 12:01 a.m. 6:00 a.m.
Calle 15 Oeste and Calle 18 Oeste, from
- AvenfditA-'tip'iio-Barraiai p
HOUR: 12:01a.m. -12:30 a.m.
Calle 18 Oeste up to Calle B and from
Barraza up to the Canal Zone border
Thanks for your cooperation,
Caughl In Family's
&. PMEU t) U g
'f :- :, ...
P lOLDSAAOBILE o CHEVROLET
'''U'i 'Pin i'L-'"-'''' ySM '-
DISC JOCKEY SHOW
every Friday from 9 :00 to 9:30 p.m.
PANAMA BOSTON INDUSTRIES, S. A.
v Hereby request all stockholders of the
Company to an extraordinary meeting to be
held on Friday, March the 13th, 1959 at
Meeting to be held at the premises of the
Company, located at jPaitilla, Abbatoir Na
cional Rd (Where the factory is being instal instal-led)..
led).. instal-led).. v
OBJECT OF THE MEETING:
Modification of articles four, seven,
eleven and twelve of the Company's by-laws.
Panama, R. P., 27th of February 1959.
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The common stock herein described is" offered subject to prior sale and
the Company reserves the right to reject orders in whole or in part.
The Company will not sell directly to the public. Purchases may be made
through the authorized brokers whose names and addresses appear
below. Subscription forms, additional copies of prospectus and other
Information may also be obtained from brokers.
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Telephones: 3-0058 A, 3-0053
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fTUDAT, FEBRUARY 17, 1991
Social and Otlt
T UmI Atlantic fkbrn
TV. Panama Eatarv Club will
be host to members of the Cristo
bal Colon Rotary uuo at M
formal meeting at tne rename
Goll Club at 12;S0 p.m. Saturday.
The special luncheon aawiun,
W,k nil tab th nlaee ef Ihe
Panama Club'i usual Thursday
nnha Mtherinf will be Mowed
by : lumber of afternoon activi activity.
ty. activity. lmtlii)i ttH and bride 'om
petition between the Atlsntie Side
and Pacific Side Rotarians.
Leonard Hale is in charge of
the Saturday session.
Seroptimitt CM flam
Rummage Sale March 14
Thhe Soroptlmist Club of Tana Tana-ma
ma Tana-ma has announced plans for a
rummage sale to be held March
14. Pxoceeds will be uaefl for tile
A number of merchants and
friends of the dub already have
made contributiona for the sale,
Others wishing to contribute eiotn eiotn-ing
ing eiotn-ing or household eauipme may
contact Mrs. Isla Pick, Panama
3-0638; Mrs. Gerta Stern, Panama
34046; Mrs. Natalie Engelke, Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-2835; Mrs. Venie Hull, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-7938; and Mrs. A. H. Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, Balboa 3-3464.
Adults To Perm
Cub Scout Group
AH adults interested in the Cub
Scouts organization ar urged to
i TRINITY MITHODIST
The Saerrment of the Lord's
Supper will be administered at
both morning and evening servic services
es services on Sunday.
Tie invitation is given to "ye...
who truly and earnestly repent of
your sins, and are in love and
charity with your neighbors, and
intend to lead new life follow following
ing following the commandments of God
and walking from henceforth in
His Holy vays." These are invit invited;
ed; invited; to "draw near with faith."
The service in the mornine be
gins at 6 o'clock; at night, at
7:15. Sunday school commences
at 3 p.m.
attend i meetinj Tuesday even'
ing at I: SO at the Albert Einstein
School la PaitilJa. flans to stirt
a Cub Scout group wui be maeus
Meets Next Week
Mrs. Donald W. Journey will be
hostess at a eoffee parly-meeting
of the Panama CanaU ehapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution Saturday, March T, at
The meeting will be ebeld at
the journey residence, 0597 p, B B-yano
yano B-yano Street, Ancon. Members are
invitee: to bring guests.
Emblem Club II will hold a
monthly business meeting Tuesday
evening at T;M at the Elks Home
All members are urged to attend.
Win Vole To Bargain
For Ground Crews
MIAMI W UPH Tah 3ft fllPTI
Teamster, president Jimmy
Hoffa aaid tod the union plans
U, get in on the ground floor yf
the nation's developing air freight
Hoffa told a news conference th
rmtAnt n'dvfi artiploc iflHfpatari that
jet av ation would result In new
and eapanded air freight lines. He
said ne would UKe to see an car-
ua hanrilxi liv tusmstpra mtmhCi'S.
includine. billing, checking, ship shipping
ping shipping and load ng.
In Washington, the teamsters to today
day today won their first big victory in
a campaign launcnea iasi u-.-comber
to organize airline ground
rm anrf related nersonnel. The
teamster! beat out four other u u-nlons
nlons u-nlons in an election to bargain col collectively
lectively collectively for 161 stock clerks of
Pan Amer car World Airways.
Hoffa said workers already were
picket ng the Flying Tiger air
freight line at New York's Idelwild
a rport in anotner organising mo-e
A spokesman for the National
Mediation Board, which supervised
the Pan Am election, said the
teamsters .voi 530 of the 789 vots
cast. The board is expected to cer certify
tify certify the result, officially within
Under the Railway Labor City
this will ,impon. Pan American
looorliaoflrm" tn harea n col
lectively with th teams on con
tract matters concerning siocn
elerks in thei employ.
FINANCIERS ISTMENA, S.A.
(Isthmian Finance Co., Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF STOCKHOW.
ERS will be held in the Panama Chamber
of Commerce, Avenlda 5a., S3A-18, on
Wednesday, March 11th., 1959 at 8 p.m.
The purpose of this meeting is to pre present
sent present the 1958 Financial Report and to elect
Stockholders who are unable to attend
this meeting SHOULD MAIL THElll
PROXIES as soon as possible to Apartado
4177, Panama City, Republic of Panama.
GOMALO LOPEZ FABREGA,
1 mm FfaW
! from Tue?. March 3
! in the air-conditioned
BFXLA VISTA rOOM
The ever-popular Cuban singer who
Has such a large following in the
United States as in Latin America
will perform tuice nightly for a few days.
also performing will b
now In the Bella Vl$ta
Ml them too
at our popular
BUFFET from 6:30
in the patio.
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: t l'r't.t
,. t '1
MIGUELITO VALDEi IN PER
SON Another magnificent sur
prise la offered patrons of the
Sella Vista Supper Club in the
fl Panama Hilton hotel, begin begin-ning
ning begin-ning Tuesday March 3rd when
world famous Miguellto Valdes
the Cuban singer known a "Mr,
Babalu" aa he introduced the
song of that name. Valdes is
wej) known all over the United
States, Latin America and Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. He haa sung at the New
York's Waldorf-Astoria, has ap
peared with Xavler Cugat and
other famous band, la well
known to TV viewers, and has
made several musical motion
pictures for RKO, Columbia and
Always popular In Central
and South America, the musi musical
cal musical Cubna star haa bean on a
Latin American tour and comes
directly from Maracaibo where
he performed in the beat night
clubs for the Carnival festivi festivities
ties festivities in that country. From Pan
ama ho will go to Miami and
Miguellto Valdes will appear
in the Bella Vista Salon at 0:18
and U:15 p.m. only for a few
days, and will include in his
programs his latest recording
National Church Council Ponders
Anti-Discrimination In Housing
HARTFORD. Conn.. Fe. VI
(UPD The National Council of
Churches governing body today
considered a prooosed resolution
asking its 38 million U.S. Protest Protestant
ant Protestant members to wipe out discrim discrimination
ination discrimination in housing because of race
Th housing resolutien deferree
frem yesterday was expected to
highlight this closing session of
the two-day winter meeting of
the oeneral board of the council.
Alftn srhprtnlpd wan a nanel dis-
oussion on peaceful uses of atom
Panel members were Victor
Reuther, assistant to the president
of the United Auto Workers Union;
Dr. Shields Warren, pathologist
and former consultant to the
Atomic Energy Commission; Rev,
Robert f. MaeGregor, Dean of
Trinity Cathedral in Newark, N.J.
ana former rector ot tne uaK
Ridge, Tenn. parish; and Edwin A.
Wieein. a New Y6rk businessman
who beads an industrial group
MATCH YOUR TILE
A Product of
studying atomic energy.
The body was asked to take a
atanri nn ''riant to work" issues but
this was dropped from the agenda
Dec a use 01 a crowueu scneuuie.
The board yesterday appeaieq
to the 33 Protestant denominations
in the council to "uphold the right
and duty of the church to study
and comment upon issues of hu human
man human concern, however controver controversial."
It is the right of church groups
s well s citiiens to "discuss
freely and tt express lodgments
without exposure t attacks upon
motive or Integrity for daring te
exercise the right te do so," the
The pronouncement grew out of
. l 1... 4l Ilfn.lj
Criticism 01 a report uy we iyuuh
Order Study Conference last No-
mendations for U. S. recognition of
Red China ana tnat country s aa
mission to the United Nations.
Boys 11 Girls 2
Shoots, Kills -A :
Teenage Gang Rlvuf
NEW YORK (UPi)-A revene.
bent W year-old shot and killed a
tenand fane rival last i night
en. a Brooklyn street. Hundreds of
theatergoers ducked lor cover
during tbe shooting. ':.. ':..-A
A ':..-A second youth was wounded by
richoehetug bultet. ;
The gunman, and three fewllow
?ang members were captured by
we policemen i. after phase
thcough the heart of Brooklyn's
theater,, district. All Jour wwe
charged with homicide. S;
Police said th dead youth, Tony
T.avanAttinA IV mJ tm. WmiMmAm
were accosted by the four ami a
companion as they emerged (rem
n munmem psiace wnere iqey
had been nlsyini a Dinball ma.
One of the assailants. Carl CIn-
tron, pulled a Xi caliber pistol,
police said, and fired four shots at
close range. Two bullets nit La
vanchino in tl head,. kUliuf him
instantly. Tbe other shots vent
wild, one ricocheting off the
amusement palace and hitting
John Lombard). IT. in the rifht
An off-duty transit policeman
heard the shots as he droVe by
and took off in pursuit, olcklni
up a patrolman on the way, Tbcy
seized four of the youths five
blocks from the scene. The fifth
Police said Cimron admitted
the shooting and led them to the
gun, wmcn tie naa thrown into a
gutter during tb chase,
he shooting, police said, was
in repirsa for a beating Wvan Wvan-chino
chino Wvan-chino had inflicted on several
members of tne au Mius, to
which tbe five assailants be.
There had been bad blood be.
tween the Mau Maus, named tor
the African terrorist organiialion,
and the Angels, of which both
Lavanchino, and tombardi wera
members, according to police,
To Sing At Big
Tent In Cristobal
The King's Heralds, an inter internationally
nationally internationally famous quartet which
has been heard on weekly broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts here, w ll be heard in per
son at the Big Gospel Tent in
Cristobal, The Heralds make 'p
a part of tne singuig team of the
Voice of Prophecy whoso broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts are jeard by millions of lis listeners
teners listeners every week. Their reper repertoire
toire repertoire Includes over 800 songs,
hymns and sp'rituals in English,
Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese
, The Big Gospel Tent In Cristo Cristo-paU
paU Cristo-paU under the direction f Even,
gelist o. U. Holness, Is affiliated
with the work be'ng carried on
bythe Voice of Prophecy,
The public Is invited.
ICOBIWCWJI WMCTQB HONORED wMr Dorrt B. Caldwell, 'director the Fort Kobba
Service Club, receives a 47B check from Mali Gen. Charles L. Dasher. UJS. Army Caribbean com-
Biandlna tenerai lor:hr pri?e winning entr In the'USAPCiARlB "Operation ervic qub"
competltlQP. Her acrapbooi, reutiinlhg m mtKobba first International Jaia Festival, will ra ra-present
present ra-present the eommand in the All-Army contest, shown, with Dasher and Mrs, Caldwell is Capt.
jamea J, Boyle, Fort Kobbt Special iervlce officer, vt, P3. Army Fhoto)
' t 5-. V- P
GOLD FINsI ANP CKRTIFlCATEff Emerson Holder, Stock control clerk In -the Property Ac Accounting
counting Accounting pivision and Vicente volney, priority and mission shipment clerk, Japth of Base e ap apply,
ply, apply, 5700th Materiel Squadron have completeo 30 yfw of fxaijr11' JJ V1
ed with gold lapel pins and certificateof mt $ol wettjto? m SUM. Hurr, jasa
Commander. Shown abOv from left Mght ef ImfTionWacW Vleahte V9lye,,nd Hurr.
(Official VSAF Photo)
Challengers In Hollywood's Oscar Derby
Near Finish neM Mon 3
HOLLYWOOD (WD TheyVl
off and runnlnj in the Of sir
It was boy's week at Gorgas
Hospital with 11 boys and only
two girls bom during the week
which ended at midnight Mon Monday.
day. Monday. During this same priod 204
patients were admitted and 287
were discharged, according to the
One girl was born on Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's Birthday. She is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ines Albeol,
of Gamboa. Parents of the other
girl are Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Schmidt, of Panama.
Parents of the boys are Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Gibson, of Cocoli; Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Holder, of Pana
ma; Mr. and Mrs. a. h. Men-
dez, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
T r Do n t Panama. T .t
A.J. V I Oil',) & A RUM1(, MV.
Col. and Mrs. L. A. Ahr, of Fort
ClaVton; Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Ford, of Paraiso; Sp-5 and Mr".
E. L. Graham, of Panama; Mr. I
and Mrs. D. R. Meriwether, of
Ancon; Sp-4 and Mrs. E. I Ray,
of Panama; Capt. and Mrs. E.
L. Pierson. of albrook: Capt.
and Mrs. R. A. Gilliam, of Fort
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derby with the preponderance of
entries charging out ot tne starl starling
ing starling gte for tit first time.
Never' before have to many
new faces appeared in the nam.
Kleven of the acting nominees
find this thir miden: rioe, ".Ther
are eight veterans going again,
ana one old war horse. Spencer
Traey, a two'tlme winner, ,t the
only major Oscar holder in the
Running sgainat him for the
gulden statuette are three young
eomeM Tony Curtis, Paul New
man and Sidney poitier and
veteran pavld Niven.
ghirlev MaeLalne, howeven Is
the only new arrival on the fern
Inine scene. Her 'competition con.
sists of pif oi four-time losers,
Susan Hay ward and Paborih
Kerr, a three-time laser, Rs8l!nd
Russell, and one-time loser ElUa ElUa-both
both ElUa-both Taylor. J
Morning lint favorites In the
top handicap race for best actor
and best eetress awards are Da David
vid David Niven and Susan Hayward.
So how do'1 the rail birds e'ek
' Inasmuch as Tracy has collect collected
ed collected two Oscars, and because t
generally is agreed he hM turned
in better wrformanoes than in
The Old Man And The Sea," he
il unlikely to gsraa much senti sentimental
mental sentimental balloting.
Curtis and Foitlw (first Negro
ever nominated for the top
ward) are apt to bock -on an anther
ther anther out of 4eotention: ft that
they co-sUrred in the same pic-,
ture and will draw a apllt vote.
The race, then, ." dwindjea: to
Newman and Niven, t -
Newman?; despite; his -"fine act acting,
ing, acting, it not "a partieular favorite
with film folk. Niven, on the other
hand, is enormously popular and
will win many votes based on
previous joutstand jigTf.perform jigTf.perform-apeei,
apeei, jigTf.perform-apeei, Hf is the best bet.
Lit Taylor is the first to admit
her chances hnve been hurt by
5er off-screen romsncf with Ed Ed-ie
ie Ed-ie Fisher:
Miss Rufell U huck"ng a tough
preoedeot m that few musical
stars have ever breezed homo
with the Oscar. Shirley MacLalne
still is a youngster, the experts,
figure, and has plenty of time,
ahead of her for winn ng awards.
Thus, the best actress diadem
narrows, to Susan Hayward and
Deborah ,:Kerr, both of whom
have failed in four previous tries,
Bed-haired Susan won the New
York critics award last month er
her role in -"I Want To 14vp,,f a
big plus factor, N.ven bis
this advantage.. -
Additionally. Susan carried the
picture 'ob her back. She. WIS in
-MANILA (UPD Document!
lelzed from pro-Americart guer
rillas organized in Southern
Luion to fight tbe Japanese in
World War how the irregulars
plotted to Overthrow the current
VhiliDDlne eovernment. constabu
lary authorises said Thursday.;,
The organization still is in exist existence
ence existence and its U.000 members seek
back pay for their exploits. ;
almost every scene and turned In
a job at had Houywoon; raving.
Susan A Front Runner
Miss Kerr's part in "Separate
Tables" also was outstanding. But
It was a relatively small role
which reflected top-flight perform perform-ancesxiby
ancesxiby perform-ancesxiby other, members of the
'Susan is the front runner her.
In the "best picture" category
Movietown is poised to reverse
its long-time trend against musi
cals. Two were nominaieo
"Aunt'e Mame" and "Glen."
Three d'ramai, ''Cat On A Hot
Tin Roof," "Separata Tables
jnd "The Defiant Ones" are pit.
ted against them. 1 :
But Hollywoodians, charmed by
hrilliant music bright costumes
and stellar, performances, have
lost their hearts to "Gigl'Which
is the best bet of au.
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ef Chrlatlan Iduatien ,e ht
Iplssepal Chureh in the Mis
slenery Pieetse of the Panama
Yeur Vveninf Sible Ptiisllngt
"ihHnklna Prem Ood's llmpll
"1.0, this only heve 1 feund, that
Cod hath made men upright;
but they have sought out many
T'here is a, deep and vital truth
in this statement of the Preacher
of Eccdesiastes: Life is as compli complicated
cated complicated as it is for us, because we
have made it so. The complexities
of life which trouble us most are
of man's making, not God's.;
We hear people say that the
whole problem of inter-racial ref reflations
lations reflations is a very complicated one,
with no simple solutiorf. But
haveh't we made it so ourselves?
And may we not be shunning
simple solution for the simple rea reason
son reason that we do not want it? In ;
God's eight, the color of the skin,
the language of tl, tongue or the
SatlonaUtv of the person makes no
ifference. He haa set other de degrees
grees degrees of judgment. But man has
set nil own boundaries and shouts .
f'Na", at the aimpler vet mort
hasie solutions provided in God's,
problem of mental health is i
ery eomplieited, we say: ,lh
lick person's neurosis calls for the i
espert In therapy. Yet sometime
It eleares up the moment its 'Vic-
tim U W
to the flivlne simp
of simply .facing and
, We could cite man's needless
self-complications by the hour. )
For many of our troubling com! ffi
plexlties, however, God provide! :
sqmo very simpie answer u e
care and dare to take it, Life aa
God wants us to live it may be
simpler than we think, .
iam'eiii i iii ii
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BUPGIES AT LUNCJlVSome of the colorful birds raised by 8p5 W. N. Mihlhauser nibble at 9 variety of treats provided on their daily
menu, which includes sueh itema a baby vifamlngj'mlljrjpowder. greens apd hard boiled eggs. . M Army Jnowj
Have you ever been driving along old Galllard Highway at Fort
jCJayton and beard a lot of ehatter end the fluttering of wings?
- The inquisitive who turn and seek the origin of the nigh pitched
"Srlea find tbemselvee Vlewins; a living rainbow .In Jbe jearport of
garters where W tWlrlght-birds ivbusi14roi,d iarg
flights. . ti -,
'B They're the pets of Sp5 W, N. "Hap" Mihlhauser and bis wife,
Jtetty, who neeo Duogerepieiw s hwwj.
Their flock at the "moment in
eludes seven different types, all
members of the parrot family-
'.They are; bine and &m, ..opal,
toes; -blue-green tiormals; albinos,
pure white with red eyes; iutwos,
jrtjre yellow with red eyes a4
ill BUUtHUU, j
. KrooH vitllnw-taced blue Pie
His efforw in' cross breeding
hve produced some budgies con:
:iflori. ha in the rare Class. Be'
cently hi aucceeded U developing
mauve browa wingt both of which
are out of the orowBry class,
. One of Wa birds sired ;;
dpaUne, Milahttser is doing rowe
xperiroeal breeding in an at attempt
tempt attempt to produce mora crested
in... nf Kirrle ia frnm
years, depending on how much
care is given mem. Ht?"
attention, the life span can be in in-....
.... in-.... tn ahAut six to 10 years.
JHap uses the motto "feed for
duality" in providing for his pets,
and their diet is Wider. WS8 the
nmniir nlsns for his
atook. Their regular food cpn?lst
Of millet ana canary seen,
fhe bright-hued littl brdri
t thf Mihlliaoser home, hWIV
r get vrv special manws at
tn.il time. Their 4lff: fomiffa
rnillet and seed soaked in Wht
germ oil for 24 hori artd tbH
mixM with powdered mVk,
'.'r;in troota include fresh areens
usually endive-hard boiled aggs
mixed with pablum and mUkw mUkw-Aer
Aer mUkw-Aer unr Holnble vitamins, of the
typ formally given to babies,
added to the drinking wafer. -Tn
furnish nil the needed' nuu'l-
tlonab element, their diet a 1 o
features iresn sea gravei, uyi
- shells, ; aprsy millet and mineral
IThe Mihihausers use fresh aa
"gravel,-rather than the packaged
rlariety that is obtainabi9 at pet
shops, because it contains a small
amount of iodine and mineral salts
ecesspry,foF tne birds weii-bemg,
r The i sire does all of t 9 atipg
-and feed the dame, who in turn
Sfeeda the babies. They regurgitate
ar substance ealled canary mills,
whicb is fed to the babies in a aa-
, .mi-liquid form- ...
Th youngest one is fed first and
teeeives almost all miflk. The wt
deceives less milk and more solids
almoaV 0lds; nd ver? 1utt.,e
mi4 license. Wtiari h liivti the
Isthmus, he can tnly take back
the original birds breught dow
that: a 0(rui iMna in tmmlAmhAP
when raising binjs of this type is
1.11 bv uiy hiiuum nave pieiuy of
vactcjbb.' Jin(8 is io maf uie pira
will nun his uincre whiph ra nnn.
nected directly tov his bronchial
vuges, una gs wng as uie oiro gets
plenty of estepeiae hia tubes will
stay strong and he&Uhy and he
won't catch cold very easily. Birds
that ape confined to a small cage
and don't get much exercise will
catch a pold' niore readily if ex exposed,
posed, exposed, tp. a jrfi. i
: Hap and bte wife, Jiaye been
Miccumg UUMB jlUf ;B ywtw. il ail.
hpffan UnAtl ho lirna of atinnor4 of
the Army Pictorial Center to New
tf.Kk rtt j i i i
um. fuorp wey joineo pro
elub and .were, epcpusaged to
hi-oari hirH in (ton iinjinA Wnnn
their hobby which jJas given thero
' : ;
happineis and enjoyment in work the Mlhlbgiisers' home and he Is
ing with colorfully featherea crea
Mihlhauser has been in the Ar Army
my Army for over W years. He has serv served
ed served in Germany, Korea andapan.
His .home was originally in Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City, Okla lie 1 pmsently
assigned to CFN at Fort Clayton
as the cliief film editor. His wife
is from Bendorf, West .Germany.
Visitors are ; always welcome at
usimllir mn hnnH to answer oues-
tions anyone migbt have pertain
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To Win 6 Furlong Dashes
Quidico and Distance are solid f avorites to cop
the co-featured six furlong $650 sprint dashes for
third series imported thoroughbreds tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the President Remon racetrack.
i. rj tho two sDrints,
ninth race. Francisco Anas Pae Pae-des
des Pae-des Classic hopeful Quidico will
match strides with nine other
scheduled starters. His main con contenders
tenders contenders are expected to be Verfe Verfe-jiiaux,
jiiaux, Verfe-jiiaux, Manuela Pedraza and the
Gazapo Guadalcanal entry. Also
entered are Kadir, Cheyenne, Mi Mi-chaux,
chaux, Mi-chaux, Philipipon and Behader.
Cheyenne is fresh from two vic victories
tories victories in his last three starts and
will have hnslling Jose Ulloa in
the saddle. Manuela Pedraza fad faded
ed faded last week after battling Gaza Gazapo
po Gazapo and Guadalcanal for the lead
to the homestretch in a seven fur furlong
long furlong race. This week's shorter di distance
stance distance should help her.
Vergniaux, third behind Boci Boci-lemito
lemito Boci-lemito and Coltro last wok,
should be hard to beat this timt.
Contract rider Andres Silva will
guide the Haras Cerinthia ace.
Gazapo, an odds-on favorite in
his last start, failed miserably but
i sure to have heavy backing a a-gain
gain a-gain if only because of the fact
that he will again be ridden by
cracker.iack rider Braulio Baeza.
Pacific Softball League
Tnpsriav's Results: jamzen icu-
jersey nine lost a change to gain
second place as Pan Liquido's three
run fifth inning broke up a 2-2 tie.
Final score was 6 to 3.
Pucek pitched his way to vic:
tory, his second. Chas Carratini
lost for Jantzen after a had fifth
inning. Both hurlers pitched stea steady
dy steady ball throughout as Lane double
to left was the game's only extra
Pucek seemed tired in the se se-oc
oc se-oc iant7pn threatened fol
low two walks two balks and
a single scoring one run before the
s de was retired. Lane with i 3
in 4 and Riley's 2 for 2 led the
Pan Liqu do 100 130-0
Jantzen HO 000-1
The box score:
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PLUNDER OF THE
Guadalcanal, which goes in an en entry
try entry with Gazapo, wound up fourth
in the same race while the latter
was sixth. Daniel Barrett will
The other main event pits Dis Distante
tante Distante against Diocese, Emily Ma Mary,
ry, Mary, Cervecero, Charicleia, Chacole Chacole-ro
ro Chacole-ro and El Agheila. Distante, tea tea-ten
ten tea-ten in a photo by Sicabu, will have
the advantage of a Baeza ride.
Tadine iockev Braulio rode
Sicabu to. his nose victory and this
week has been assigned the mount
on Distante. Chacottro, third in
the same race, could be dangerous
this time. He got off a poor last
the previous time but still rushed
to the front and led to the final
quarter where he weakened. Silva
replaces Ulloa in Chacotero's sad saddle.
dle. saddle. Cervecero. an impressive winner
last wi k, and Charicleia also rate
a jzood chance of scoring an up
set. Ulloa will guide Cervecero
while the strong-finishing Chan
cleia will .have Jose Talavera a
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the program.
Glud's Mariners Break Jinx
Wednesday was 'D-Day' for
Glud's Navy Marinrs as they broke
a eleven same losing jinx behind
the five hit pitching of Eduardo
Morrell, a newcomer.
The Mariners first win this sea
son came against Ralph Herrera's
Mauricio C. Spivey faced the Ma
riner's and took the goodwillers
defeat. Eleven hits, all singles
were bang out by the Mariners
while Morrell struck-out nine.
Harding again stop pitchers no no-hitter
hitter no-hitter .toy.-. ip the
fourth ana, ao: naa two otMau
The box score:
ENTERS MILE RUN
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Other entries are Ron Delany of
Ireland, Istvan Rossavolgyi o f
Hungary, Lt. Bill Dellinger of the
Air Force and Paul Schmidt ol
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Pijmas (Bateman) vs Macaws
Ocelots 10, Conejos 1
Ocelots beat Conejos 10-2 to re re-gister
gister re-gister their first victory in the
second half and to hand Cone Conejos
jos Conejos their first setback. The Oce Ocelots'
lots' Ocelots' triumph created a four-way
tie for second place.
This afternoon Macaws will
meet Pumas in a game in which
the most outstanding players of
the league will play: Robert For Fortune,
tune, Fortune, fireballer of the Macaws,
and giant John Bateman, the cir circuit's
cuit's circuit's most productive hitter. For Fortune
tune Fortune led the Macaws to the-victory
in the first half and Bate Bateman
man Bateman leads the tournament in av average
erage average (.643), in homers (10) and
Fortune will work after a .ten .ten-day
day .ten-day layoff, but last Wednesday
he played in leftfied in a losing
cause. "Bob Feller" Fortune nas
110 strikeouts and eight victories
against two defeats.
Yesterday's affair was marKea
by poor fielding on the part of
both teams, since tne uonejos
made seven errors and the Oce
lots three. Noteworthy is the job
done by pitcher Roy Bettis, who
allowed only three hits and two
runs one earned.
In the third Inning Stoudner
got a single and Linfors a double
(a nnvn a win frti rh a rnnaiAe
who crossed the plate for second
and last time in the fifth on three
errors. Monroe connected the Co Conejos
nejos Conejos third hit in the seventh.
Ocelots assured their victory m
the first frame when they scored
four times on a miscue by short
stop Brandon, two walks, a hit.
batter (Albritton), single by Ga Gary
ry Gary Anderson, a double by Bettis
and a base-hit by Kenny Ander
son that plated two tallies.
Three errors gave the ocelots
another run in the third. Doubles
by Albritton and Mike Dubbs
manufactured one more inn the
fifth, and consecut iesvingles by
Tim Arcmbold, Louis F r e n c n,
Worden French and Bettis drove
in the last three markers for the
winners in the sixth.
Jim Dvkes was the losing pitch
er although he worked In only
two innings, jbert Brandon com completed
pleted completed the game for" the losers.
Brandon had a bad day defensive defensively.
ly. defensively. He made three errors as a
shortstop and one as a pitcher.
But this Inno way reflects what
Bobby can really do for his teaim
since he is one of the outstanding
players of the league.
The game's best way was turn turned
ed turned in by Chuck Moses, who a
low liner off the bat of Johnny
Joyner In short right- field
H PO A
French W., c
Anderson G., lb
33 10 1 21 9
Hovan J., If
Hovan G., e
H PO A
Totals 24 2 3 21 14
Score by Innings
Ocelots 401 013 110 11 3
Conejos 001 010 0- 2 5 7
Earned runs: Ocelots 7. Conejos
Errors: I,. French, G. Ander
son. Arrniboia. Stouonor, ijranaon
4. G. Hovan 2. Left on bases:
Bettis. Dubbs. Albritton. Linfors,
RBI: L. French 2. W. French, G.
Anderson, Albritton, K. Anderson
2. Linfors. Hern. Sacrifice: Hern.
Stolen bases: L. French. W.
French. Dubbs, Archibold, Stoud Stoud-nor.
nor. Stoud-nor. Linfors. Strikeouts: bettis
6. Hvkes 3, Brandon 1. Hit by
oitch: Hvkei 1 (Albritton). W
Rettis. t?: Dvkes. Umnirers: A-
lonso E. Cnrri Ran. Scorer: Palo
mo. Time of game: 150.
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nival Carnival Queen of Colon) accompanies manager Felix Modestin of the : AJi-no-moto team and
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First Berth In
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams W L
Crecha Music Storr 4 0
Bass Shoes 4 0
Camei-Winston-Salem 3 1
PaDer Mate Pens 3 1
Dillon-Hickman 3 1
Ebonite 2 2
Ideal Bread 2 2
Rovd Brothers 1 3
Canada Dry Hl-spots 1 3
Turco Product 1 3
Pabst Blue Ribbon 0 4
Pascual Cookies 0 4
Leadine Averages (Mem): Al
varado 173, Nickisher 172, .Rudy
170 (Women) Rudy ,153, Metsger
149, Smith 137.
Grecha 4 Pascual tooKies t
The Grecha Music Makers, o-
oened the second round of the
Balboa Mixed League with a
clean' sweep over the Pascual
Cookies. In the scratch division,
Don Rudy conked the pins for a
515 scratch, but in the handicap
class, Helen Glud grabbed the
Honors with a 576, next in line
Was Don Rudy, with 539, follow.
ed by his, fair lady Vi with 527,
and Lou Glud got into the pic
ture with 513.
The Pascual Cookies had the
misfortune of meeting the Gre
chas when they were red hot, be
cause they too had four 500 Han
dicap keglers. Joe Bieber bowled
532, Mim Smith fresh from her
triumphs in the WIBC tourna
ment, had 526, Bob ttianey tried
to make a fight out of the contest
with 521, and Ralph Dietrich came
up with an even 500.
Bass Shoes 4
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 0
With Don McGuire finding
lanes 11 and 12 to his liking for
528 scratch, the rest of the
Bass Shoes were spurred on to
produce satisfactory outputs. Els a
Kleischman smacked 576 handi
cap, her man Claus 527, Jim Ca
tron 517 and Betty McGuire 514
The closest the Pabst piasters
came to winning was in the night
cap, when they went down by 50
The only Pabst that came up to
the standard was Lena- Burchette
with a 550 handicap set. The rest
of the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beers
wewt flat, and perhaps with
week's aging should give a bet better
ter better account of themselves the
next time out.
Camela Winston-Salem 3
Turco Products 1
The pack of Camel-Winston-Sa
lem cigarettes took the first two
games with ease, but the Turco
Products cleaned up the last
point by an excellent 906 game,
which featured a 225 effort by Vic
Two of the Cigarettes smoked
through with 500 scratch sets. Jea
se Pate had a 546 scratch, and
618 Handicap. Maxwell Linden
berg enjoyed a 202 single, and
516 scratch, and 567 handicap
The Hill family contributed 536
for Ann. and her hubby Jerry 502
However, the big scorer of the
match, was Vic Ortiz' 564 scratch
and 627 handicap. With lku (Jas
tro eettimg 511. and Bea Jensen
made her debut in the loop with
509 for the Turco sultans.
Paper Mate Pens 3
Canada Dry 1
The fact that Canada. Dry Hi
Snots won the first round to- as
sure themselves a spot in the
S layoffs, did not scare the Paper
late Pens, who went out and
eave the first part champs
rough time. Only in the closing
round of the nieht were the Can
ada Drys able to earn a winning
Only one 500 scratch series was
registered on these two lanes
uihnn Paul Alvaradn' 1 rnstlp-'
5i0, and 525 handicap. The rest of
500 sets, but of the handican va
Iricty, Carmen Flores 506. Mil
dred Neely 527, Ernie Wolitarsky
548 and Tex Ritter 522.
The Canada Dry Hi Spots had
few Hi Spots themselves, Man
ny Fernandez 538,Ginay Hassler
514. George Metzger 529 and
Bruce Hassler 518, all handicap.
Boyd Brothers Ins. 1
As usual lanes 9 and 10 proved
paradise to many bowlers. Mel
Liedner of the Boyd Brothers in
surance Company, spilled the pins
for a 595 scratch premium and
664 handicap. In this collection,
Mel enjpyelcl, .221, and 231, gm
for one of his best niehts and1 Cur-
lv Bates tallied 507. scratch and
558 handican, with Ginny DeVeau
tabbing 537 handicap. Despite this
high power bowling, tne Dillon
Hickman contractors, over now
ered the Boyd 'Brothers by a 3 to
count, because of steady bowl
ing by all members of the" corf-
tracting combine. Lee Olontz scor
ed 551 scratch and 584 handicap
Bob Carlin 539, Trudi. Garni 582,
Glenn McNau 554 and Shirley Ca-
vanaugh 545 all handicap.
Ebonite I Ideal Bread 2
In a regular see saw battle, the
lowly Ebonites 'asserted themselves
in the middle game and in : the
Total Pins, while the Ideal
Breads had the upper hand in the
opening round and in the finale.
The Bakers had one 500 kegler
when Jim Reccia in the lead" Off
spot racked enough pins into the
The Ebonites had three guys
and a lady to register 500 handi handicap
cap handicap tri-games. Mary Morrdw edg
ed her lesser half, Bruce, 526 to
506. Burt Deveau was the top ba banana
nana banana with 541, and Freddie Mar
ISSh ANNUAL BOWLING
Wednesday eveninc at 9 o'clock
the doubles will take to the lanes
at the Diablo Bowling Center,
The following combinations' will
go all out to capture the coveted
doubles crown: Hack Jensen.
i ayior-uiaz, .Vcscio-Melanson, Ru
dy-Toland, Williamson Mathias,
Laquidara-Ely, Luttenbereer and
Bob Morrow. Pope and Bruce
Morrow, Reccia Halliday; Lick
feld-Keller, Fougere-Bolin Palm-
Brugoon, Prusmowski-Bieber. Bell-
uupe- ft.mg-Aivarado, and Best-
The duo will continue on Thurs
day March 12, at 7 p.m. with He-
le-DuLuca, Nunes-Sullivan. Stirt
ing-Bowden, Holda-Sussna, Soys-
ter-L.ane, Schmidt Lowande Hass-
ler-Bates, Charters-Kaelin, Bob
Boyer-Gleichman, Roger Rile
Albntton-Fisto:.'ch. Blackie Ml
er-Carter, Ridenour-Robbins Bar
bour-Folger, Amato-Deveau, Ro
The battle of twosomes will con
tinue on Friday evening, March
13 at 9 p.m., the Damian broth brother,
er, brother, Karry-Kunkel, Hogan Bada
er, McGuire Hill, Nickisher
Clontz, Roberts-La Beau, K a.t i t-
Leianer, and Klelsctiman-Glud
ine oouoies win conclude on
Saturday night' at 7 p.m., with
Terrazas Stevenson, Klti m-p" p-
yunn,, meters Colbert,; Spinnev Spinnev-Stilson,
Stilson, Spinnev-Stilson, Upp-Gorski, Moorman-Gi'
Neal, Brown-DeVoIl, Skeiataitisf
Jansen,, Bond Passons,. .Garncc .Garncc-Hughes,
Hughes, .Garncc-Hughes, .Fleshman Bembeneck,
Rodanhizer-Cosmano, and Labram
Dally.;-, ;. v .;, r '.;-...'
The assignment of lanes iiit
drawn by chance. The' number of
lanes on which the doubles will
start bowling has been posted in
all of the leading bowling centers
from which entries have been
made. -All bowlers should repdrt
to me tournament committee.' at
least half hour before the sched
Contender for Jthe 'silver' loving
cuds first Place prizes in ai
brook f AFB'si Annual t Invitational
Tennis Tounameitt, 4re pared
down Thursday sfternoon by the
team of Powel-Motta as tney out-
volleyed Ball-Heie m 6-3,' 6-1 A ash.
ion to clmcn a bertn m me cnam
oionshio match on Saturday
vumat mevv usnai orana oi
M(iocJ;i'hoextPa-ffWft tenniai' the
two teams were content, to wage
a positioning duel. Court-cover
age was not tne main tactor in
Ball-Hele's defeat, however. Ex
perienced spectators agreed ;; that
BaH-Hele were not at thir i best
in the match with small, Vpoint
costing errors, accounting for
most of the trouble. On the oppo
site side of the net Powel seem.
ed to be everywhere and display-
d the longest and surest arm on
Friday's play at 4 p.m. will de
cide who will, go up, against Powel-Motta
betweeni hoepfuls Hearn
Nesbitt and Pincus-Pmilia. Both
teams are strong and have dis displayed
played displayed topflight form in-; winning
two contests eacn. c
In consolation play yesterday
Face-Schilling eliminated the -To
manellis' from competition n, 6-1,
6-1 sets. Huebner-Hele, Jr. had
a close match on their hands witn
Gilliam-Howard a4 the .two teams
split 3-62JThF?ttiirl set tolled
the downfall of Gilliam-Howard
6-4. The only other match played
was won by Barrera-Melfi 6-2,
7-5 from Oleen-Scofield.
Today's matches will include:
. Hearn-Nesbitt vs Pincus-Pinilla.
. f r" Consolation '. '?
Sexton-Peterson vs Barrera-Mel-
Pae-Schilling vs Huebner-Hele.
Jr. : .. ..
The; public Is' invited to attend
the matches, which, are to be held
at the mam tennis courts n ear
Quarters No. 4 tjris afternoon and
At Mt. Hope
Teams . Won Lost Pet.
Balbao, High 1 .900
Cristobal High . . 4 5 .400
J. College ...... 1 t .111
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Interscholattle baseball
season is fust, about wound up
with Balboa High repeat cham champions
pions champions but play continues and the
keencompetition that has always
' existed will persist te the end.
Cristobal High, -runhersup wjth
the second slot lust about sewn
up, will meet Junior- College to tonight
night tonight et 7 o'clock at Moor. Hope
Stadium.The Tloers are expect expected
ed expected to send big;, Jim Palumbo to
the hill t .seek the victory and
assure themselves of the second
place rating In the rapidly ending
1959 tnterscheof baseball season.
Charlie, Fusari, a speedy welter welterweight
weight welterweight frofn, jNefJerseyf rolled
up a 's'lrihig of 45. straight iictor iictor-les
les iictor-les 'in three2 years before 'he; Iosl
Vi fh-st "fight- at'Madison Square
'rtnrHn-1 tnnirh': Tnriv1' Pelione in
ifi47t The neirtyetla- -Fusari Start
ed another winning streaK onif id
) flattened by' Rocky Gtazlano
late 4h 1949. In 1950, he bniW him him-srelf
srelf him-srelf ,.Jnto a titleflght with v 'Surer
Ray RoWnsonJ-and went the, dis distance
tance distance but losf the ; fiht;, He 're 'retired
tired 'retired In 1952 sftef only six 'more
bduts. V : '. rv (; : (
' Whatever-1 happened to ChaYlie
Fusafie Now' 3S, he lives' In Irv Irv-ington,
ington, Irv-ington, .N". J;:-, operates-, a water
cooler; business, and is asociated
witit. d Mf lot m nwrk
u rsr cd c a t c
Four two-year-old, two- colts and
two fillies, will make their debut
in tomorrow's eighth race. .The
quartet is composed of Don Tadeo,
Nairobi, Miss Brunette and Juanl-
ta. Nairobi, the only one .not pred
in Chile, is from the U.S. x
Don 'Tadeo, a chestnut; son of
Comod'or-Gestora, is owned by the
Stud Michelm" and trained by.Oc-
tavio Ferrer. He will be ridden by
Magdaleno Guerrero V -f
Nairobi,; "a. ,'browrf Kentucky Kentucky-bred
bred Kentucky-bred son of Jet'a Date-Challenge
Miss, is the breperty of the'
"JD" Stablei trained by. Isaac
(Sam) Jimenei. Jet's Date was
aired by, 1947 Kentucky Derby
winner- Jet Pilot.? -' j x f
Miss Brurfe'tt die most Impress Impressive
ive Impressive of the eroun. is a brown daugh
ter of Lucky Lord-Acacia owned
and trained by, Jos Reyes Olguln
Juanita, J owned byHLeonard
Brown and trained 4y Daniel .Hi?
bert, is by My Chum out of Jazmin
Only ten points, the equivalent of
two winners, separate the first (our
leaders in this month's selectors'
contest which ends tomorrow; -'
Aprontes leads' With 244, Li
Mora is second with 143, La Fia
third with 241 and The Panama
Tribune fourth with J3.f Mundo
Grafico, In fifth place with 229,
rates only a slim chance" of sur surprising
prising surprising the top f ovr.. "
Luis H.' Farrugia has a' quintet
of South American thoroughbreds
to add to his- already large string.
They are the Areentine-bredHur:
iingnam, unassis, jm xuncm ana
BongarOs and the Peruvian-bred
Javmah. ... v
These reportedly consistent win
ners are owned .bv Df Juan Ma
ria Nelson of Lima, Peru. ; They
will defend his colors here In Pan
ama tinder the training of Farru
eta. i J X no e&H
It has also been '; disclosed that
Peru's Ambassador to Panama is
making negotiations to bring a top
flight racer, His Majesty, from
Lima, Peru to compete at the
President Remon racetrack. The
racer is r-aon of ; Penny Post-Jo-
Alfonso Carbonell. one of the best
riders ever developed at the' now
defunct Juan Franco oval; is ex expected
pected expected to. return to his homeland
March 4. i Carbonell rwiU aecompa aecompa-ny
ny aecompa-ny a trio of reportedly top class
thoroughbreds jfromimi. s
The horses are r Blancor, :a
speedy little Argentine bred
chestnut that has sprinted fiv
furlongs In 57 15 ; and six fur
longs m 1:10 35 at the San Feli Felipe
pe Felipe racetrack in Lima. Blaneor
is entered for the $7,500 added
six furlong Francisco Arias Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes Clestle on Macb. 15..
The other two racers being
brought by Carbonell are Lancas Lancas-ter
ter Lancas-ter and Albigence, Theiatter-was
Balboa Gun Club
Balboa Gun Club,' Tuesday night
.22 pistol match, the; 24th, of Feb
brought out a number of new
hnntsra -ininlntf '
Match' winnei? 'was ; navy Vbiei
McKee of Rodmn Naval Station
ter, Warrant Officer, J. F. Hem Hem-enreich,
enreich, Hem-enreich, U.S. Army 557". 1st ex
pert, Chief W J Mohr, U.S Na
vy, Rodman Naval Station 6f,6
1st sharpshooter Lt.. S. G. Blouin.
U.S. Navy, ; Harbot Defense: Unit,
Balboa 534. 1st niarksman, Maj
J D. Ogle; U.S. Airforce, Albrook
513 .-. v-.,, ..
.In the preliminary rapid fire
match, twenty shots, fired in four
strings of five; shots in ten second).
Winner, McKee 193 x 200. 1st mas-
ten, t E. WeUs. Sectetarv of Bal
boa Gun Club 192, Ui expert Sgt.
Brute Buxton. U.S." Airforce. Al
brook 191' 1st sharpshooter. A.B
Anderson 181. 1st marksman, K.
R MacFarland ML2,'U.S. Navy,
Coco Solo 163
Next night match Will be' the
second Tuesday of March.
MACDONALD MUIR LTD
a' bad trailer his last tim but aff
er; being sent out an dds-on mu-
tueis favorite. , ,. .( v t
Carbonell, who, makes his'hom
in Lima and has been, residing in
reru ior tne. last 21 years,-Is re
covering from a bad accident iff
which he broke a leg last year. "Hi
is probably near peak form as may maybe
be maybe indicated by hi three VMrtoriei
nf lot Ct..i.4 ' i
J -r-ooo u g
Panamanian jockeys ?made tt
two straight by an identical 14
score over Chilean nderi4n a aoes
cer '.game Tucsdayc night : at th
Santas rRita playground; Daniel
Barret kicked the only: goal of lhert
There will be three days tf ri -Irtg
at the local track this week-
end. The usual Saturday .and
Sunday programs will warm-up
he fans lor Mondeya ard in
observance of Panama'tCanstl
tutlon Dayj -whreh falls en Sun-
day ef this year.
oOo J t j
Black Jet,, which formerly need
under the colors of the Stud' Rio
Grande, has been riven back to
his vendor; He will now race for
the Stud Chiriqui with Sotero Ru-V
das in charge of the training.
' Trirreme's new? trainer is FeHxt
Rodriguez who replaces his father:-
Luis, i ,r.The Squire "and Tanpanica.
will race for the Stud 82 with Na-;
thaniel Thomar listed as their new
i Diocese, Dofia Flora and Juani Juanita
ta Juanita will race with : blinkers while,,,,
Quieni;Ser wil oerform without.
y Former President Remon race- 1
track champion-Perdularl failed -badly
In his Stateside debut.' Per Per-dulario
dulario Per-dulario raced Wednesday? In a
$10,000 elaimer at Hialeah and
wound up last.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
,Temi i W Liit,
Elks 1414 1 0
Seymour Agency 10
Spur Cola i i
Lincoln Life 0 t-
Gibraltar Life 0 1
Spur Cola 13 Police 4
In; a complete reversal of form.
from, their first game of .the sec
ond half, the Police took a trounc
ing from the Spur jCola aggrega aggregation
tion aggregation 1 ...
The soft, drinking lads t nushed
four runs over in the firsts inning
with only one hit, they duplicated
the number of ru?s in; the second
inning with three hits, and thraef
successive doubles, by Hoenke, Mi Mi-kilush,
kilush, Mi-kilush, and Williams tallied three
times, and compaeted the rout with
two runs in fourth.- j ;
While the stickmen and baserun-
ners for Spur Cola were in high
tieBt, ciiuvuy vari Moie' pucuea
a good brand of ball for the Spurs,,
allowing only-six scattered hits.
Larry Robertson, the eond base
men for the Spur Colas, was the
leading batter with three hiU.-ona.
a, luaty. triple. f;
Micek, cf ;
Dlttlllttt tilth .Smlani
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,195;
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BALBOA SWIMMERS 7 and 8-yearld: contea ianis who will,
swim .In "the 7th, annual Gamboa Civic Council Swim ,Meet,
Sunday, Marcn l,at,3,p.m. Left to right v Tody Suramgrford,
Owen- DoyJetiKarflngOordon, Dennis Holmes,,.,,. , ,j,
RaelTr. Graded: Entries
Horse ..Jock,.-. St
lif Raco 6th Sarlet Imp. 4 Fas. uraa $450.00 Peol Clowa 1:00
, lo Firaf Race f tha Double' r
1 rMi Cautiva ;V. ,Tejadswyx?-Poor. re,.eeptace8ft,t
2 Corviglia-, B,,;Baeza ll3 -Vastly- improved ; ...
3 Geyser S; Hernandez 113 mproved M last ,
iVEmpire Cr A Credidipi llS -Couki make, it her? ;
5 Deungalope, Lourless, lOOx Usually dissppointj
7-rMi$ ?Atienca 'XiTalav, 112 Returns from lagtfft ;
My Chree, J., Reye no ,wouw surprise
9-ie Matelot R. Vasquez 113 -.-Hard to b?at here
2nd Race 7th Sorlos
s Impi 7 Fgs. Purso $450.00
Soeend ti i' of the Doublo
.',n i Md ill -i
1 Dawn Sang ? i B. j Baeza 112 Wookey may help
2 Licenciado G. Montero 108 Ran well in last
3 Loberia S. Carvajal 113 Good chance here
4-rDoble Fija S. 'Hernandez 115 Could be upsetter
Pool Closes 1:30
3rd Raco "C
3rYosiki(o v-3rYosiki(o f
4- i-Solito t
G. Sanchez 115 Returns in good shape
A. Credidio 113 Mutuels favorite
Natkei .fclf Purse $425.00
Pool Closes 2:00
J Talavera 112 t-UsuaHy runnerup 2-1
B. Aeuirre 110 Ran well in return 3-1
,Jf .Phillips 110 Could score again 3-1
A. Cred.diol05 Must go" Wwer 15-1
D. Barret 102x i Would surprise 10-1
9 -Bl' Saeza 110 Last doesn't count .5-2
A. Gonzales 106 Nothing In ages
B. Baeza 112 Form indicates
D. Barret i07x Good early speed
. B. Aguirre 110 Usually close up
G. Milord 108 Early speed only
A. Ycaza 113 Daneerous contender
ichote J. Talavera 115 -rCould go all 'the'way
!lPequfeno,wra (atftalaBlirLatit ddeWH'louttt
PSol Closes 2:30
it 1.1 5, t.
5th Rico 5th Series Imp. I Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool Cjosos 3:40
lr-Susque A. Ycaza 115 --Should beat these
2 Towtns Wsfl'j, S. Carvajal iOS Gpod recent' races
3 Matriculado H. Hidalgo 9ttx Nofhing to recommend
5 Luciente.is 6.; Milord 408. '.No. 1 contende:
ftV-Introduction J Talavera 112 Better this week
4th Raco 5th- Series Imp. I "Pg. Purso 4500.00 Pool Closs 3:40
l-Trirreme i:S. Hernahdei 110 -Distance W&yte -l
2 Alucinado' A.; Credidio 104 -Early speed only . ?). ,.
3- i-Nebr;sca A. Ydaza;ll3 Hard to bea,t here ; v
4-Governant -R. Vasquez 112 Barely jj.issed'' ta last
5-Ladv Edna' '. B.'BaezailO Vastly improved ... 4
6-Nedrey ' J. Talavera 105 Distance to liking J
7 Plucky 6.4M06rd 08;'- 4uerbn. pntjispfadt.
litf Race' 3rd Series Imp. Fgs. Pur $450.oi Fool Closes 4:10
Soeondseo. l.tho, Double ,, ..r. ;.!
li-Dioceso S. Bernandet 10roo''inttcii--'i..i..' -. 251
2f-Distante B. Baeza 112 Vi-Seems best' llere'V .ilSVEN
SEmUy Mary- A. Credidid 108 '"-t-Brlef eariyvspeed r V T-4-Cervecero
J. Ulloi m,'-i-a)iatoict&''Ukliif,,:V
S-Charicleia J. Talavera 115' "-ould be1 uiJsetter ,' '
-Chaebter A. Silva 110 Poor start'in last
7-El.Agheila V. Tejafla 97i Would, Ply ,off r
at-...- -i' '-.r
Imp, 4 Fgs. Porta $450.00 ; Poof Closes 4:40
' 1 Big Sun V. Castillo 116 Post pos'tion helps ? ? 5-2
2 Don Tadeo M. Guerrero 115 Has good workouts 201
3 Nairobi G. Sanchez 115 Has good, speed-irf, .. 44
4-Miss : -unnete O. Bravo 112 Lighftag.. fast w 2-1
5 Ranchipur B. Baeza 110 t-Impravinfe steadily 3-1
6-Quien Sera S. Hernandez, 104 --Could Stwprise v 15-1
7-Juanita J. Talavera 112; j Stjll, plenty green n. 301
SirTolola B. Aguim 108 dangerous eoatendeit-1 '4-1
9-Guillotina A. Silva 108 Could take ji all 5-t
fth Raco 3rd Series Imp. I Pgs. Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 5:10
, One Two
l-i-Manuela' Pedr. G
7 Quidico A
8 Behader -'i $
v vuazouo .' e.-xt,
Milord 108 y Usually ;clo.se!:utJt t
F. Alvarez 108 1 -Last was disappouitrng
J. Ulloa 115 Distance handicaps -G.
Montero 115 Has strong f nlsh
A,, Credidio. 105 -Could fupris- tr.
R snail iia -MZii'na wnrtrnurn
A A If urn ins,,
A. AUa'0 10i-Wotfd -pay- julcv- dds
B. Baeza U3 Weak effort kr last
10-GuadalcanaiD. Barret, 1Q5X Could be-upsrtterr'-!1., -.
10 Race StltiSeVie Imp. 1 11:150 r.Poot Closos S:40
1 Mauriclo B. Baeza 108 Mus( improve more-,
SGranadetlJlR. : Vasq HSwForm indicates'
3 C-l Cat II S.-Hernan 106 Rates good chanc
4- ,Dotf CLUM J A. Alfaro in6 I Would pay off
5-P,: ana F A. Credido It; MujlueU favorite
Uthi Raco 'Spoelal" lmp. Purso $450:00 f.,.Pool Closes.
w-a: t. -' -ftV'..-. "" . One tws).! 1 4 J ':,;
" f-AmMaSr'Da'rlo itt'sToigalri flifte.
oJJDamaJuans Louriess loox -hbs4 good-workouts i
U Highland TV H. Hidalgo 101x. Distance eliminates
Joyero "' 5. Hernandez 103 ,-Usually close up ;f
8rManlart '. G. Mlord 106 -Sharpened for this. ,
iifA't'Cr.'AIvam 108 tJlstanco'Shouia'ielp;
Baeza 112 Fom'Ind catif
Talavera 108 -Return eU 'rested
Balboa Stadium wpi be the scene
of what might be he most exciting
ball game df the7 current season
as the American wgion au Mais
meet the. Balboa ull(iogs in a
game scheduled to ; get underway
at 7:00 a.m. thia evenini..
Both .isms are looking, forward
to tonights' same and, have been
practicing SU, wee to? ie- in, top
notch condition. The it are
the favorites with age "and 'experi 'experience
ence 'experience being a Jiig; plus.iactor..us
their favor. However,- the Legion
All Stars arr equally confident of
winnina and will.relv oa a verr
s rong, pitching staff Consisting of
Chico Martin,, Tom Bright ana
As aH three Ditchers are sched
uled to see duty in the American
Legion Junior Baseball' ; games
scheduled for this Saturday' and
Sunday, legion coach Nick Flores,
will only use each pitcher for three
innings. ,. ,
The' high school and Legion All
Stars have wet on two other occa
sions in earnes which the "grand
stand experts" had pedicted as
walkaways for the Bulldogs how however
ever however in the first encounter the
teams played to a 3 to 3 tie in a
game that had to be called In the
tenth inning on account -of dark
ness. In the second game the Hisa
School overcame the Legion Ail
stars to 3. :
Tom right is expected to start
for the Legion All Stars and he
will be followed by Chicago Mar Martin
tin Martin and then Russ Strorabers. Jel'f
Kline will be the starti1' pitcher
xor aiooa mgn act
In addition to a fine pitching
staff the American Lesion .is count
ing on its batting power to offset
the edee that alboa has in aood
fielding. In the Legion j lineup five
ot the players are batting over
Following is the expected lineun
in lonignts game:
Legion All Stars
R. Amato 3b
R. Morris c
E. Corrigan s&
S. Allen f v i i .i
A. Scott lb
K. Amato 2b
A. Carroll If
D. Dombrowsky rf
- alboa High School
- Kline p
By CON R ADO
l-corvlg! a u Matolot
4 Tito Pereque
4 Lady Edna
8 Big Sun ;
. ,:;,ti .Choriton
On Winner 01 fece
DAYTONA BEACH. Wa! ftJPU
NASCAR; officials yesterday re-
to ami ma earner decision ana
named Lee Petty jSof Rndelmafl,
N. c as wlnneriiSf Sunday' 500 500-mile
mile 500-mile stock car race sweepstakes.
NASCAR Pres dent Bill Pranr
said the final decision' was reach
ed after nearly three ,'daVi of pour-
a jjii-iuicB ana iunis or me
photo finish between Petty and
johnny Beauchamp of Hrlan, Iowa.
There was a difference of about
$11,000 prize money at stake.
Beauchamp was proclaimed win
ner shortly after thrraCerbut pro protests
tests protests from en in the: pit' are
prompted France to withdraw the
decision until a study "of the film
was made: Since then, pictures and
film from all over the country have
Deen commf m for off clal; exami.
natiMI. . fc.tfc i
France said silma and still ahots
alike showed Petty ahead as the
two ears roared .over- the finish
line. Petty was inv.a .1958 rOlds rOlds-mobile
mobile rOlds-mobile and Beauchamp. was drv
u.ra iBS rora Thunderbirdi
The average, winning time was
135.521 mphM setting .a 'new i all.
time 500-mile record for stock can.
Summit Hills Mixed
' Summit Hills Coif Club will
hold Its regular monthly Mixed
Scotch Foursome Coll Touma.
mont and dance .tomorrow 'Too
time will be 1 p.m. All Isthmian'
olfors aro lnvltod to play. En En-ry
ry En-ry foe will be $l.-w n ,t
An added feature t this
month's tournament will be a
free, cocktail, hour, 1:30 to ,4:30
B.m. sponsored by Seagram's
V. O. Whiskey. A hirkoy supper :
will be served at 7:30 p.m. with
orchestra music being furnished
at, I jhiita:;. .(.;r:,?"";"'
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TWO NOSES, ONE PURPOSE First Landing got his nose out in front of Moony who is
on rail, to take the Everglades at Hialeah. Eddie (Banana Nose) Arcaro kept pushing- First
Landing toward that objective,
Fo r W
Landing No Cinch
ew Gitation Tag
The Teeny Veeay tournament is
due to start March 7 and jvili con continue
tinue continue through Marqh 8.' Everyone
is invitde to, enter. Entrance fees
of $5 per person should be paid -be
tore the evening of JMarcb 6 at the
Balboa Yacht Club or the secretary
of the Panama Marlin Club, Box
The secretary will be at the
Yacht Club March 6 from 6 to 8
p m. to collect tlje fees.
There will be prizes or cprbi'na,
pompano, red snapper, jack, shook,
?rouper (jew fish) and mackeral.
Prizes will be given for other spe specie
cie specie and also for the largest fish
caught by a woman. .......
The awards ,,will, include .cash,
fishing eauipment or trpph'es.
Ttules will be announced within a
By JIMM YBRESLU4
MIAMI (NEA) First Land Landing
ing Landing looks light. He came home tir tired
ed tired in the Evetgaldes. And as they
cet readv for the $100,000 Flamingo
here, .Feb. 28, racing people won
der if First Landing wmi prove w
be all they have said of him.
Thn Flamineo is the first gla
mour race for the three-year-olds
heading for the Kentucky Derby,
Preakness and Belmont Stakes in
Mav and June. Televised national
ly, -the Flamingo, thanks,, to me memories
mories memories of' Tim Tarn' 'stretch
bumping duel with Jewels Re
ward last year will have the non
hnru fana ud for this one.
It also could do much to show
whether First Landing's rocky
road to becoming the new Citation
starts to smooth out. Or if this colt
of the other colts wno startea to toward
ward toward the Derby with the "great"
tag on them and wound up busts.
His thin victory over Moony in
the Everglades was not hearten
Leaf year First. Landing won 10
or li jna loox nome o,u, an
all-time record for a two-year-old
horse. Horsemen spoke of him in
terms, reserved for legendary race
But any horse under four years
of aee is like a schoolboy. He U
unpredictable as a rule and can
corns, .down with iMnss ot, injur injuries
ies injuries overnight and never be worth
a quarter again.
Cards' Ollie Mafson
Grid Kickoil Return
Champion For 19S8
PH.TLADELPHU (UPI) Ollie
Matson of the Chicago Cardinals
won the kickoff return champion championship
ship championship la the National Football
League in 1958 witn an average
return of 35.5 yards for the 14 he
took- during the season.
. Matson. a ziu-pouna nauDacK
playing ids sixth season with the
Cards, naa a long return oi iui
yards for a 'touchdown, and tied
with. Len- Lvles of Baltimore in
the number of touchdown runs
Each ) scored twice with kickoff s
Lyles;f who .finished 16th in the
est return at 103 yards.
' Leroy Bolden of the Cleveland
Browns, who had ,a 102-yard
touchdown return, finished second
to Matson In the averages with a
25.9-vard mark for 14 returns.
Bobby Mitchell, another Cleveland
rookie back, was third with 25.2
yards.. John Morris of the Chicago
Bears -was lourtn witn z.s ana
Al Carmichael of the Green Bay
Packers was fifth with 24.1.
The; gluttons for punishment
among the returnees were Jim
Sears of the Cards who took 32
kickoff a and returned them a to
tal of 756 yards, and Carmichael
who grabbed 29 and went for a
total of 700 yards. Sears' total
yardage was high in -the depart.
The Bears won the team cham
Jpionship with a 25.8 yard average
1 l l l T. 1. 1 1 1 .1- nr
Wiw oaiiiiiiore secima wua co.t
yards Snd the Cardinals third
with 25.1. :
Eight kickoffs were run back
for touchdowns -during the season.
Matson and Lyles each ran back
two. Bolden had .one for 132
yards, c Willie Galimore of the
Bears one for 99, Mitchell one for
98. and Terry Barr of the Detroit
Lions one for 86 yards,
., ASHEVIIXE. N. C. (UPI)
Asheville's. :jntry.-in the South A A-tlaqtie
tlaqtie A-tlaqtie League looked for' 'another
ticknahie today because folks pro
tested that "Ridge Runners"4 wss
toe outlandish. The name had been
selected as ths most popular in
a contest r
And he cari fool just about every Bahamas Stakes here and a good-
body" There was. the afterrioon at
Jamaica Race Track in 1946, for
example, when Uncle Mihy step
ped onto the track for the Expe Experimental
rimental Experimental Handicap. He was 7-20 in
the betting and had already been
accepted as the Kentucky Derby
winner, which was two weeks
away. The big question was
whether Man o War bad been a
But Al (The Brain) Winderman,
a protessionai nandicapper, was
standing in the clubhouse looking
at his kittle black book and com complaining.
plaining. complaining. "I have no figure on this
horse. My figures show him to ha
nothing. What is all this noise
He seemed to be the great dis dissenter:
senter: dissenter: the man who would say
Babe Ruth couldn't hit or Jack
nemlfl&y ycouf ah't fight.)
ut then the gates opened and
Uncle Milty ran right where The
Brain maintaned he would. He
never made the trip to Louisville,
where Count Turf came from now nowhere
here nowhere to take it all.
looking colt last year. Rare Rice
third to First Landing by a head
in the Everglades, will run back
at him. Easy Spur, Moony and
Rico Tesio, a good-looking colt at
two, will, be in there, too.-
First Landing may be the big
horse they say he is. He has a
mile and an eighth of running on
Feb. 28 to keep up the impres impression.
sion. impression. And he also has the rhance
to be in the "remember himV"
category when they run off the
Triple Crowa events
Throw If ston
To Ttie Wolves
NEW YORK (NEA) Ernie
Braca, who manages Tony Antho Antho-nv.
nv. Antho-nv. was on 'the phone.
"Who?" ,he said loudly. "Son "Sonny
ny "Sonny Liston? I den't know what
you're talking about. I never heard
of Sonny Liston and here you re
trying to offeT ro a -win
him. I only take known fighters."
He hung up.
"How crazy do they think. I
am?" Ernie said when he hung up.
'.'Let Liston figb a wolf. I don't
wan no part of him."
This, is typical of the troubles
Liston is having in, getting
m''rlies. The powerful", stri"M stri"M-jabb'ng,
jabb'ng, stri"M-jabb'ng, crutl-punching Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia heavyweight, i r'w t ihe
point where he needs W? name
matches, but can't get the.
"Nobody will take him," Jack
Barrett of Matson Square Gard Garden
en Garden notes. "The guy is so strong he
don't kflo his own strength. ?ut
eveijybdyT else does."
Fishing ig good and the water I
ool. The Serf is out again at P:
flas Bay. Ruth Kroziza has mad
tn excellent catch, a black marli
weighing 276 pounds, caught on 3
oound test mpnafilampn line. Sh
broueht the fish aboard in one hou
and 55 minutes. Le Krzf als
'nde4 a black mrl!n weighing i
fv)Ut 270 twinge. T""v hVP r""
'"itip t!" amheriack and a saf'sl
The Seri is due back Sunday, Mai
The Little Foon came ack t
Balboa today from Pias Way wit
nnp marlin and a 8ai''ch. Tv Wh
Cares, fisb'ng proim.'' Moiy Ts1nf
pnjrip in with jsiv rorinq Tfrtnal
f""iim has hpen hrinjn'ne i"
'of r rpd sninnr rni'1 fnv
Sruhprti Cross with Rill Pearso
ra"o in with 61 snannpr.
A" fi?v,inc fans are urged to ei
tpr tP Teenv Wp"nv to"r"-mn
4)' of Panama Bay will be th
l 1 y RISE v,
I inventor of h
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I XKS LANOLIN I
1 aL, ad1") f
m phi n 1
ht-x v v boards
A! three-Year-old," the handicap handicap-per:
per: handicap-per: Said, "especially one who
gets big ballyhoo. You should
watch carefully. Adn with a cy cynical
nical cynical eye. Too many of them
This is the spot in which First
Landing finds himself. Not that
he Cares much. Around a barn,
this is the original slow 'm.dbji
horse. It is an occasion when x .rst
Landing wakes up for anything
else except to eat, which he does
as slowjy as he can.
He better hurry up in the Fla Flamingo.
mingo. Flamingo. For the other day, John
M. Gaver sent a gray gelding out
of his Greentree Barn called Eu Eurasia.
rasia. Eurasia. It was the horse's first start,
ailments keeping him out all last
year. Eursia slammed home an
easy five and a half-length winner
and showed form that startled
people. He'll test First Landing
in the Flamingo.
So will Troilus, winner of the
l" h HA
but men who know
w.l .n T ... S .'iSlltOm-tll .fc.J''
and in U.S.A.
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 I I
Fester cottages, ketwee" Sa"ta
Clara .nd Ri. Hate New w
rates. Phone Balbaa
PHILLIPS Oceanaiee Cottages
Santa Clin ft-
COTTAGE Furniihad, 1 b b-raem
raem b-raem airiiditianad "''
March, April, May, located Golf
Heifhtt. Phana 4-1391.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
furnished, two bedroomt, etc.,
Campa Alee.ra. "Santuaria Na Na-eional".
eional". Na-eional". Phone f-2795.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalet, hot water, everything
modern, food location. Phene I I-3578,
3578, I-3578, Panama.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
March 10 te about May I. Cem Cem-pletely
pletely Cem-pletely equipped. In San Fran Fran-ciico.
ciico. Fran-ciico. Phone 3-1 64$.
Jose Torres Scores
- NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (UPD -t
TWnt New York new
"golden boy" who stopped middle middleweight
weight middleweight Eddie Wright of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia last night, will fight again
at Sunnyside Garden, March it,
and seek his Uth straight profes
Torres of Puerto Rico drew an
h. ..llnnf nrnwd of 2.470 at Lit
tie Sunnyside last night. Th gate
w th non-televisM bout was
$5,200. 4 .
Jose, scored a technical
knockout at 2:10 of the fifth round
when 23-year-old Wright was on
the floor for the third time. Refe Referee
ree Referee Mark Conn stopped the bout.
Jose 1 weigh 163 pounds;
Tnrru ttablemat pt war Id
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, floored Wright once in
the fourth round and twice m the
fifth. It was Jose's 10th straight
victory since he turned profes professional
sional professional and his eighth knockout
hia tHi straight.
It was Wight's sixth defeat to
IS fights, out ms first xayo.
Matchmaker Moe Fleischer said
Way, "I expect to announce To Torres'
rres' Torres' opponent for the March 12
match arly next week."
ALGIERS (UPI) French mili military
tary military officer said yesterday 846
Nationalist rebels were killed or
captured hi Algeria last week,
killed, it was announced.
We'll take your 1959
Volkswagen Sedan in
trade-in for $1,300.00.
Othor yoart, ,rltiv
Tel. 3-3054, Panama
' MANILA (UPI) Gen. Emilio
Agulnaldo, 90, who led the Philip Philippines
pines Philippines fight for independence
against Spain and later against
the United States, was reported
recovering Thursday from a sud sudden
den sudden rise in blood pressure. Aguin Aguin-aldo's
aldo's Aguin-aldo's physician, Dr. Vicente de
Ocampo, said the old man had
te remain confined for further ob observation,
servation, observation, but added he had a
good sleep and was very strong.
FOR RENT: FurniiJiee' rwa
ae'raan apartment, new rai rai-tura,
tura, rai-tura, air cenditiener, Tel. I-
FOR RENT: Will reierye apart apart-manti,
manti, apart-manti, ana badraam, liyint-iia-inf
ream, maid's room, hat wa water,
ter, water, balceny, araae, $75.00
ana $72.00, Via Argantina. Far
infermitiaa, pkajia 1-4994,
FOR RENT: Modem and coal
apartment, one bedroom, Via Pe Perm,
rm, Perm, telefene 3-S646.
$50.00 fumiihed apartment.
North American neighbor!. All
conveniencai. Phenol 2-3343, 1 1-0471.
0471. 1-0471. FOR RENT: Canereie. Fumiih Fumiihed
ed Fumiihed one room apartment. New
houM, new furniture, hot water,
balcony. Reaianably priced, call
FOR RENT: Furniihed ream,
atave, rafrigaratar, double coach,,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
Los Rios Velbacks
The Diablo ball diamond will be
the scene of the first of a series
of challenge Softball games when
the 'Diablo! Pumpsters. -1WlI-P-
pointed, inter-city champions of
the Canal Zone, this Saturday aft
crnoon at 2:30,
Rival managers Bill i Wigg of
Diablo and Bob Medinger of Los
Rios both are confident of victory
in this first game f. the WM sea
The Dumpsters, unbeaten last
year (also untied) unscored upon,
and unplayed), are expected to
nelothe stronger team. The Wet
backs, who are novices in inter-ci
ty competition, mr put up tough
opposition, howlyer, if thefv'tan
field nine men who can stay glued
together long enough te go the dis
A good Tepresentatlo not fans is
expected to be on hand in the com
fortable, shady Diablo grandstand
when the fiMftft" underway
Cooling refreshment witt bei Irvail
The winner of this same has ai
ready been challenged by the Bal
boa Bombers, a mystery team that
claims to hold the 1957 inter-city
crown. It is expected that this
game will be played the following
Saturday. Watch the Panama
American for scores and schedules
are made by
Calle 85 y Transstmica
Tel. 3-612, 3-6123
Advertise in this section Ads 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 ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985 -All
Types of Ante Insurance
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4618
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evtnrude, Mercury,
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
station waeen. Inquire ialboa
FOR SALE: 1958 Hillmaa
conv. Rapeneued. Semi-automatic,
radio, 4000 milaa. Call
Agency Dehlineei 3-4984, 3 3-4985,
4985, 3-4985, like new. $1450.
FOR SALE: 1953 CADILLAC 4
door, Seriei CO Fleetwood, V-8,
radia, hydramatic, power ateer-
ini, WSW tirai, anti-flare wind wind-ahicld,
ahicld, wind-ahicld, lifht, BLUE color. Phona
FOR SALE: 1951 DeSota, four
door. Navy Pacific, 3793.
FOR SALE: '58 Austin Healy,
100-6 food condition, Ov-D,
6,000 milea, $2500. Tel. Ial Ialboa
boa Ialboa 2-1695.-
FOR SALE: Beautiful Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, station wagon, 1957, low
mieafle, power slide, 6 cyl.,
bargain price. Call Gambea 6 6-353
353 6-353 night. 6-455 day.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Victoria
4 door (hard top) Fairlane, V-8,
Fordomattc, radio, power ateear
ing, WSW tires, black and white
color. Phona 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: '58 Hillman con convertible,
vertible, convertible, excellent condition. Sa Sacrifice
crifice Sacrifice $1300. Tel. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford conver convertible,
tible, convertible, radia, lood tires, call Navy
FOR SALE: MG Sport conver convertible,
tible, convertible, 6 cylinders, radio, blue
color. Phone 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door, sedan, V-8; radia, power
glide. $1850.00. Phono Balbaa
FOR SALE: 52 Buick Super
hardtop, Dynaflow, radia, $450.
2-1365 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Station wagon,
1958 Fard 4 door, 6 cylinder,
standard transmission, two-tone,
white sidewalls, low mileage.
Telephone Balboa 2-1732 be before
fore before 4:00; Gambea 6-731 after
4:00 and weekends.
FOR SALE: 1958 LAND ROV ROVER
ER ROVER 2 door station wagon, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, gray and yellow
color. Phone 2-0619, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, two-tone, blue end white,
w.s.w., radio, heater, Dynaflow,
power steering, $200.00, under
blue book price. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call Ft. Gulick 08-488.
FOR SALE: 1957 Hillman 4
door, 12.000 miles, one owner,
excellent condition, $1 250.
POR SALE 11951 Hillman 4
door sedan, 2 new tires, new
brakes, new inspection, duty
paid, readfy te go $350.00 Tel.
Panama 3-0136, 35-44th Street.
CROWD GREETS CARDINAL
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) A
crowd of more than 1,000 persons
greeted liregory Peter Cardina
Agagianian here yesterday when
arrived to become the highest
Vatican official ever to visit Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China. The cardinal ar arrived
rived arrived from Hong Kong for an
CHICAGO (UPI) The New
Bedford (Mass.) Tech basketball
team today wax reconsidering the
value of road trips.
Since Monday, they have lost to
Illinois Tech, lost to the Univer University
sity University of Chicago, and lost their uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, gym shoes and warmup
togs to a thief.
, General Afent
Xilbraltar Life Ins. Co..
tor rates and information
Tel. Panama S-S.VS2
Monday thru Friday
:e a.m. to 12:M
Z:S p.m. to S:M
Saturday: t.H a.m. to 11:
With built-in Universal
FOR SALE: Compote hauie hauie-hold
hold hauie-hold furniihinfi. EvCrythina prac practically
tically practically new. Mart aacrifica. Call
2-3274 or aaa at 5508-1 Dla Dla-ble
ble Dla-ble between I p.m. ami 6:10
FOR SALE: Maheany double
bed with baautyreet mattreti and
sprint $65.00, phona Curundu
FOR SALI: Two Rattan couch couches,
es, couches, foam rubber like now. Coca
, Solo 36-722.
FOR SALE: Matching chert and
dresser, $40.00, 7-drawer desk,
$20.00. 3-drawar chest. $15.00.
4-drawer chest. $20.00. Girl's
26" bicycle, $10.00. One 912
Sisal nig, $10.00. Large bar,
$50.00. Miscellaneous Hems.
0777-D Williamson Place, Bal Balbaa.
baa. Balbaa. Phona, Balboa 1681.
FOR SALE: Used Frigidalre
washing machine and dryer, bath
for $125 00, Uupright freeser,
$125.00, qtrs. 144 Albrook.
phone 3190 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Amang other
things, modern plain furniture
of European origin. Telephone
LOST: Mala budgie bird
(parakeet). Call 2-3394, guart guart-ars
ars guart-ars 3206, Empire Street, Balboa.
PANTRA DEBUT SUCCISPUL
'SCORES 4 TO S WIN OVIR
By HERBERT M01SI
Before a big enthusiastic
loudly rooting crwd of over 1,500.
Itbran "Nobby" Syewart led his
youthful Pantra club to a very im impressive
pressive impressive 6 to 5 win over the de
fending Stevedore Morris Cham
Stewart unveiled a new Ditching
find in the soft-spoken, easy-going
Librado Mancias who huffed
a neat and methodic two-hitter
job against the bustling Steve
dores. Mancias had erratic sup
port m the early stages of we co co-Dort
Dort co-Dort in the earlv stages of the con
test but weathered the storms to
emerge victorious in his first out
ing. Mancias aided his own cause
with a two-run single in the aecone
which put his team into a lead
that was only threatened but ne
Aside from Mancias, Stewart un
veiled a hustling ball club that
stole everyting in sight as they,
ran roughshod over the Stevedore
Morris defense. With Napoleon Ash
by and Milton Richard leading
their offensive assault with three
hits apiece, Ashby in four trips
and Richard in three, the Pantra
Truckers garnered nine hits, all
Hector Lopei, Panama big
leaguer, singled for the Pantra
Club after three earlier failures,
one a strikeout, a foul to the
catcher and a fly to second Base.
This victory endeared the young
Pantra club to the overflow crowd
heart and on every offensive break
they got, the crowd gave them
long entended applauses.
Despite Mancias great clutch
pitching, he had to be helped by
good relief pitching of Irving Hard
ing. Harding came in the sixth
with two on end no outs te snuff
Morris rally and his nreserve
Mancias' and Pantra's first win
in this very young season.
baturdav s schedule calls for the
loops first double header aa Steve
dore Morris meets Powells in the
opener, at 2:30 p.m. and Cigarri-
uos uasis meets Ajinomoto in the
HEADS POR LAST TRIP
LE HAVRE, France (UPI)
The retired French liner He de
France is scheduled to leave here
on 'its final voyage tomorrow. A
67-man Japanese crew took for
mal possession of the 33-year-old
luxury ship Monday. It will be
sailed to Osaka, Japan, via Suez,
BUILD NEW TELESCOPE
LONDON (UPI) A new 100
ton telescope Is being built for
the royal Greeiwich Observatory
ut a cost of S18, 546,000. It will oe
the biggest telescope in the Unit
ed Kingdom. It will have a 98
inch aperture and measure 30 feet
FOR SALti BARGAINS. Refri Refrigerator
gerator Refrigerator aw motor, $5$. Naw 4
burner gas stave, oven, apt., size
2 mens, old $100.00. Small type typewriter
writer typewriter table, $3.50. Remington
enable. $25.00; Bunk bed 8
. mattress. $10.00. 3 ntte table
$2.50 each. 2 New bicycles,
$35.00 each bath for $60.00.
Leaving country, phone Panama V
2-3066. 9:302:10. Balboa
1344 after 3:30.
FOR SALE: Art-metal office
desk, chair And two filing cabi cabinets,
nets, cabinets, excellent canditio. No.
1 1 48th Street, apartment 6,
FOR SALE: Childa scooter and
atoll buggy both English, good
condition $25, the two, tele telephone
phone telephone Fennel, Balbaa 1485.
Dr. Wandehake Medical Clinic,
opposite Chasa Bank, Central,
Avenue 18-117. Phone 2-3479.
FOR SALI: Maytag washing
machine, automatic, like new.
Bargain. Tel. 2-5451, 8-4 Re Re-berte.
FOR SALE: Phillips radio,
phonograph Hi-Fi set console
model, 5 band radio, 3 speakers,
never uted. $300.00. Tel. Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 7298.
'V. 1 :'"
Jose KoaniMiez came ur wi
the leagues first no-hit, no run
game, as the M.R.A. defeated Mot Mot-tag
tag Mot-tag 3-0. Jose's previous perform performance
ance performance was a one-hit, 1-1 tie, against
the Jets, so it looks like he has
regained his 1958 from for certain
tadlpio. UmiA ThfttoaLknMiun ..J UAXAal
Th ZSS TiT? ZD
baM to short by Ed Wilder. Hauser
and Brayton shared the duty Tor
Mouas, witn tne former taking the
Ah R H
Wilder, J., as
Tompkins, ct .
Wilder, E., c
Stohrer (h) tf
0 ft? ft
22 S J
t 1 0
uockery B.. 3b
3. ft ft
- .'; vt
Dockery, P., cf
The Jets performed a pair- ?of
"Firsts," as they knocked off Buick
for the first time in two 'years,
and also had credit for the league'
first home run.
Tom Drohan, who has been
plagued by one-run defeats at Ihe
hands of Buick, got all the help
he needed as "Big" Ed Green
poked a long curving drive, past
Jim Cronan for a homer un in the
first inning. Wilder, and Westcott,
both aboard via free passes scored
ahead of him.
This was all the scoring, howev however
er however Ed added a long double td cen
ter for a perfect day in the fifth
inning. Tom allowed only three
hits, struck- out five and walked
five in his shutout victory.
Keith Kenwav took his second
loss, and except for a shaky first
inning, pitched his usual good
game, as he also allowed only
three hits. Dick Carpenter- was
the only Buick batter to get more
than one hit, to lead his team in
tfi at department.
Cronan, rf 3ft
Bath, lb 3 0
Kenway, p 10
Leon, sits 10
Bialkowski c 3 0
Carpenter; 2b 3ft
Ebdon, cf 2 0
Sanders, P., 3b 2ft
Sanders, ,K., If 0 0
Wilder, D., 2b
Green, rf ,
FOR SALI Lets 500 and t.006
meters, in the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbanisation, acrose the Ramesi
Racetrack. AH. IH with street
freirts. sewage, water main and
electricity. CaH W. McBamett.
POR SALI-Lot 1.066 scuare
meters iai the beat location of
La Cresta,itated betweee "V"
Street and new atreet. Far infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m.te12neenaitd from
2 p.m. te 5;ni.
FOR SALI: Boxer puppies. 7
weeks old. AKC. Navy 2391 or
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies, 6
weeks old. AKC. Navy 3508.
DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams Won Lest
RC Nehi 61V4
Wynn's Firction 60V4 31V4
Lucky Strike 49 41
P.A.A, 47 45
Fuerza y Luz 47 15
H.I. Homa 31 60
P,an Imperiri 31 61
nfm nraM Averages
High Series Balcer 687
High Single gameLane Da Da-mian
mian Da-mian 279
High team series P.A.A 2871
Til -L . n A A 1AJ4
' Trnift-f'rktidn Proofing scored
a 3 to 1 win over the PA.A.fJets'
to again climb within one game of
first place in the Diablo Major
League. Mac Lane s 222 in tne
final game paced the "Jets" to
1 tne,r lone Pont or tne mgnt. i,ane
posted pa wmcn was tne nign
series of the evening. Graham a.nd
Himely wre high for the winners
with 555 and 554.
H. I. Homa, handicapped by
blind score, managed a 3 to 1 win
over the league leading R. C Nehi
team to again regain' the 7th spot!
in the loop. Bud Balcer and Del'
Charters were high for Homa by
scoring v W7j; ana- 573. mi &aeun
hit 563 iof RC Nehi who scored
their lone point in the fecund
Lucky Strike acored a 4 to 0 win
over Pan .Imperial in the highest
series orine' rognt. ine smokers
were red hot In the opner with a
fame of 1011. This game is the se
cond highest single game record
ed tnis year, nob Morrow's 587
was hiEh fo- both teams and Ted
Ajbritton's 587 was high for Pan
Imperial. Albntton's 247 in the
game was the high game of the
evening, ay their snutout Lucky
strike moved into 3rd mace.
Jnierza y Luz whitewashed Sey
mour Agency to go into a fourt
place tie with P.A.A. only one out
e fthe third slot. Anrlv Fistnnirh
paced the winners with v 571. Sey
mour agency recorded their low
est series of the year. Three Sey
Anderson (5th) If
Rief (3rd) If
II 3 3
c5rs TNA-wTfi rrit
Life International, March 2nd .2ft
TIME, March 2 ...V 40
Reader's Digest. March .35
Popuar Mechanics, Feb. .35
McCall'e Pattern Fashion Sprina; JZ5
McCall't, February 45
Sexology,' March 45
Charm, February , .41
. Living-, February ........ .4ft
Mademoiselle, February .50
V. S. Newr-fc World Report February 45
Q. S. T Amateur Radio, February ...... .r 40
' McCall'e Needlework; Spring Summer''-............. 40
Modern Brides, Sprint; 1.0ft
jfrn rivi ul. t i ww x i i mm i .pt: nv w iaV"w .. J ,4'
a .sat waa rM m bst mm a a a vsv ami nu,. m aa a. afcmaa is 1 1 1 a avaakai m mm m m)
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WANTED: English speaking
. I A
mcrroHwa parrs man. ovoa par, ,a
hard wark. Call Curuedu 2118
For batter Heme Service,- Always
Rely on tf -'
U.S. TILIVISIOtt.-, ? ;
Phone 3-7607 .Panami, Servki
frwn 9:0O' a.m. te J 0:00 t.nt.
TV, Radias, .HI-FI Transitora
specialist.' We aerviea alU makes
and medejs. We don't pretend te
guarantee ear werki We' guar guarantee'
antee' guarantee' If.' .Tt;.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tiveli
Aye. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Prefect- vur home and proper property
ty property against insect d a mage.
Pcpmpt scientific treatment en
emergency er monthly, budget
basis. Telephone' Pronhi, Service,
Panama 37977 or, Colpn 177:
mour's lust made the. 500 mark
Bob Boyer had the klad of series
that has a bowler talking to him
self. Bob had 15 splits including S
in a row three short of the A.B.C
Lowande 149 155 183 487
De Luca 136 130 183 449
Voss 166 141 134 ,441
Melanson 18079 il87 554
Lane n96,'?106 lJ22i 624
835 ?fl W 2555
Wynn's Friction Proof ins
Dube 146 19T 186 529
Hinely 212 170 J72 554
Amato- 139 '21$ 145 499
Graham 195 f" 159 201 555
BeU 188 !,150 171 509
Vescie 195 152 193 540
Klumpp 119 133 111 363
Allen 168 161 135 464
Kaolin 214 192 157 563
Colbert 185 165 203 553
813 N3 799 2483
H. I. Heme 3
Charters 199 177 197 S7S
Schneider 169 105 198 472
Blind 141 141 141 423
Balcer 218 200 169 587
Rogers 176 139 154 469
02 72 159 1524
Lucky Strike 4
172 178 184 534
Morrow tf zio'iBe
191 210 ; 186. 5W
TnttWtu.flteHk U1A 1 1t Od. I Km
Metigertr W" mft9 i4S5f
Damian 2251 173 160 558
, 1011 882 I7S 27M
t' ji fait Imperial ft
Burgoon 5;168 Mi- 355 AM
Pope t'Mf m i9f.-ilf! o29
LaBeau w '&m 141 44,
Albrittp U 279 "163 247 580
- 132 .127 f5ftv25W
fsiS'i- i" aFllal-1aWil II. -a :
WinqHl'4 ; '?H38 .lW'ttC 432
Bieber 168 215 157 540
Fistonich 234 155 182 571
Gliechman 146 228 189 563
803 911 164 2580
168 164 156: '488
161 07 161 500
153 hit 172 '502
165 167 182; 514
149 155 -106 410
794 I4K 777 2414
NEWS DELHI, India (UPIWA
five-man Soviet; delegation ar
rived Yesterday on a 15-day. good
will ivisit. The delexation' was
neaaea& Dy Andrei Andreyev,
member of the presidium of the
Supreme Soviet (Parliament).
SALE THIS WEEK-
;.i -A t -.si ax
Position ottered ey American
Firm eperatiag in Colon Free
Zone te parson with accounting
training and experience. Apply
in writjng to: Junior Accountant
P.O.. Box 536v Colon, R.P.
mes),v for lolling refrigerators,
stove, washing (Machine, etc
Salary -enrf commission.' De, not
apply without recommendation.
Inquire for. Mr. Arosemena at
E c o e g a S4th Streets Lux
34th Street,. La Building, -!.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
HONE BALBOA S709
WANTED : Concessionaire for
Elks Club kitchen. Applicants
may apply at; 5 p.m. March 2,
1959; the llki Club No. 1 542
Gulick Rd, Brxos Heights C.Z.
Aaolicants without rofaraacaa
Waieed iet apply.
oman. Iwifhi reference seek
tmplpyment With American fa family
mily family Will life in. Phone 91 91-2322.
2322. 91-2322. a?,'
WANTED: Wired crib (kiddie
."JJ good condition. Call 3 3-73?9
73?9 3-73?9 or 3-'0500.
WANTED: Donations for ThrM
Shop, call I.W.C. oHico: 3465
r Panama 2-08 It, Monday,
,'o AwjItWcf if dyj. -1 2.
Todav s Ooenina
NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (UPI)
The stock market, which closed
yesterday on a strong note, mov moved
ed moved ahead on moderately active
trading at the opening today.
ACF Ind f f 53
Advocate Asbestos 355h
Alleghany Corp 10
Aluminium "Ltd. 28a
Amer Cyans mid 51
Amer Motors 29
Amer Tel and Tel 343
Anaconda. Copper 71
Beth Steel -fv 53H
Bettinger Corp T'b
Bicroft, Uranium 88b
British l?et T 1-1(
Canadian LIagle IVtb
, iCelanese Xe 5 28
1 Cerro de Paspe 46.
. Chicago Great West 48Vib
1' Chrysler i 1 56
cCitieS' Servlc 58
Crown Cork and Seal 3v
Cuban Venezuelan Oil b
Du Pont 217b
El Paso Natural Gas 37
Eversharpv ; 2nAh
Fairchild Engihe 9b
Fargo Oil 6V4
Felmont Pet ; 6
General Dynamics 62
General Electee 78b
General "Motori 46
General; Ply wood 204
Haydefl.', Newport 14
Howe Sound 15
Imperial Oil 4
Intl Pet S8ttb
Intl Tel and Tel 63
Martin Co 1 18Vb
New Eng4 Tel and Tel 177
Northrop Air 35V4
Olin Mathieson 45
Pancoastal ; w v 4
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As MacmSIIan Mission Heads For Failure .
Diplomats Fear Khrushchev
Is Seeking Berlin Showdown
LONDON, Feb. 27 (UPI) Diplomats feared here today that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev has decided on a
"ehmAiHnwn nolicv" with the West over Berlin.
Reoorts reaching here cautioned that the Kremlin apparently was now seeking to put off negotiations with the!
West until after it has handed over to East Germans control of the routes to Berlin.
Anxiety mounted that Moscow was preparing for an "accomplished fact" to limit any subsequent negotiations
to the virtual "liquidation" of the Western position in Ber-lin.
British press reports from Moscow today openly prepared for failure of British Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-lan's
lan's Macmil-lan's current mission to the Kremlin.
Only an "outside chance" could save the mission now, according to these inspired reports.
Such surprise developments)
could theoretically still emerge
at the final meeting between
Macmillan and Khrushchev on
Monday scheduled for drawing
BP the final communique. But
the chances for an eleventh
injur point switch were held
Authoiita t i v e sources sa.d
that tc date the Moscow talks
hate brought a hardening of
the Soviet position far. beyond
its previous intransigent stand
on Berlin, Germany and Euro European
pean European security.
All that was expected to
emerge from the Macmillan
mission, as things stood so far,
were some minor agreements
on trade development and cul cultural
tural cultural relations.
! Although diplomatic sources
In Moscow make it clear that
Macmillan's conversations are
Sust about over, Izvestia, the
governments main newspaper,
took the line that .achievements
could still be made.
In-" a front page editorial, it
"Ever louder sounds the de demand
mand demand of millions of people that
the Western powers follow the
tlook who's the
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example of the USSR and take
concrete steps toward lessening
"The doors to this are open
to the West. In this connection
th evisit to the Soviet Union of
the Prime Minister of Great
Britain, Harold Macmi 1 1 a n,
could have special significance.
"There is no doubt that the
peoples of the USSR and
Great Britain and of other
countries as well would wel welcome
come welcome with all their hearts a
conclusion of a Soviet-English
pact of friendship and
non-aggression as an impor important
tant important step toward relaxation
of international tension."
Moscow diplomatic circles be believed
lieved believed that Macmillan is less
opposed to a Summit meeting
as a means of averting a clash
over West Berlin than is Pres President
ident President Eisenhower.
The Prime Minister feels that
the door to negotiations should
never be closed, a Britisn source
lose to Macmillan said today.
Macm lllan's talks w4th
Khrushchev have shown him
how unyielding the Russians
are and what a dim view they
take of negotiations other than
between heads oi state.
There still was a small open
ing for a foreign ministers con
ference. v V.
However, the picture oi
Khrushchev emerging from
the Soviet-British talks fits
in with the opinion held
widely in diplomatic circles in
Moscow prior to juacmiuans
arrival absolutely no doubt
the Soviets are ready to hand
over the Berlin administration
to the East Germans and are
likely to conclude a separate
peace treaty with East Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Such an action, often threat
ened, would give the East Ger
man eovernment additional pa
per authority beiore it attempts
to assert control over western
military supply routes to West
Berlin on May 27, diplomats in
It also would be a major
advance in the Soviet cam
paign to win international
recognition for the East Ger
man regime, and to bring a
bout formal negotiations be
tween it and the West Ger
man government leading to a
confederation of the two.
East German deputy premier
and Communist Party chief
Walter Ulbricht said recently
that the Communists would de
mand one-half of the seats In
the controlling organ of such
confederation, although East
Germany's population is only
one-third that of West Germa
US Gas Supplies In Europe
Moved Out Of Russian Reach
BONN. Feb. 27 (UPI) Ameri
can military supply lines in Eu
rope finally have been swung be
yond arm s reach of the soviet army.
Completion of th supply una
shift was marked today by th
laying of a pipeline across the
Rhine river between Karlsruhe
That is the northern end of a
six-inch pipeline that begins 500
miles to the southwest, at jJonges,
France's Bay of Biscay, and
has cost $100,000,000 since work on
began in May, 1955.
The pipeline, Europe's longest,
handles jet fuel, gas and ordinary
gasoline for tanks and otfler li
Until some time alter tne negin-
ning of the Korean war, most sup sup-Dlies
Dlies sup-Dlies for American forces in Eu
rope came through the North Ger
man port of Bremernaven, ana
moved south, roughly parallel wint
nd Close to the border of the J0'
viet zone of Germany. !;'
That supply line obviously could
Western diplomats who anti
cipate such action say Khrush
chev established his alibi in his
speech two days ago rejecting
western proposals for a Big
J our foreign ministers confer
ence on the general problems
of German reunification. Euro
pean security and disarmament
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rni riiffnrd R. Blitch. who was
SuDerintendent of Gorgas Hospital
frnm iQdQ tn 1953. has been nam
ed assistant to the Leon county, county,-Florida,
Florida, county,-Florida, Healtji Officer, according
to a notice in a recent edition of
the Tallahassee Democrat.
According to the newspaper ac
count, Blitch took the position as
assistant to the county health of officer
ficer officer following his retirement af
ter 26 years of service m me vj.o.
After leaving tne canai uc
1953, Butch was assigned to ine
U. S. Army hospital at Camp Pic Pickett,
kett, Pickett, Va., as post surgeon. From
1955 to 1958 ne was airecvor ui
the University of Maryland Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital and taught in the M e d I e a 1
Wp in a native of Tallahassee
and studied at the University of
Florida and Vanderbilt School of
Medicine. He did graduate wore
at the Mayo Clinic in nocnesier,
fTTPTMnst of the 215 inhabi
tants of this remote Alpine village
today celebrated the end of an
18-day nightmare which started
Feb. 8 when a huge landslide be began
gan began moving towards Herbriggen.
An atmosphere of gay excite excite-mpnt
mpnt excite-mpnt snread throueh the village
after the council of the Canton of
Valais decreed that the danger
did not look very imminent and
permitted all inhabitants living
north of the paris'.v church to re return
turn return home after March 9.
Thpi future still was uncertain
for about 50 persons a total' of
13 families. Their homes are lo
cated south of the parish ehurch,
in the area which apparently
would be' the first target of tne
be cut by either air strike or land
units of the Soviet army in a few
moments if war began.
Military planners began shifting
those supply routes.
Now. the fuel supply line, at
least, is behind rather than on the
flank of American forces in Europe
and they could fall back along it,
fuelling their vehicles as they
went, if they had to.
How much the pipelines can car carry
ry carry is military secret. An Ar Army
my Army statement merely describes
it as "capable of daily movement
of thousands of barrels ef fuel."
The Donges terminal has two
miles of pipe laid out to sea, so
can unload any kind of tanker in
Tank storage farms are located
at a number of points along the
line, so that troops all the way a-
cross France and West Germany
can be serviced by It simultaneous
Pipelines are only now coming
Intor wte in Europe, Where liquid
fuels have until now been moved
by barge, truck or train.
But Esso and British Petroleum
are now completing a 199 mile
pipeline from Wilhelmshaven, in
northern Germany, to a new refin refinery
ery refinery near Cologne, which should go
ipto operation later this year. That
line crossed the Rhine below Dues Dues-seldorf
seldorf Dues-seldorf late last August.
At its peak, several years from
now, it will have an annual
throughput of 22,000,000 tons.
SUPERVISORY PERSONNEL of the Balboa Police District and Canal Zone Penitentiary in the Balboa Police Training Center at the
last in a series of lectures on Police administrative subjects by Capt. Caddis Wall, District Police Commander; Balboa:, Wall (standing,
rear) who recently completed a 420-hour course in Police Science-Administration at the Southern Police Institute, University of Louisville,
lectured for six hours, both at Cristobal and Balboa, on Elements of Supervision, Police Public 'Relations, Discipline, and Policy and Pro
cedure. Those who attended the lectures were: Balboa District: Capt. S. P. Trail, Lt. D. V. Howerth, Lt. L.: Lv Largent, Lt; H. G.
Rhyne, Sgt. W. H. Alves, Jr., Sgt. L. W. Barker, Sgt. G. L. Cooper, Sgt. R. A. Engelke, Sgt. C. C. Fears, Sgt. A. Kapinos, Sgt. M. L. Le
Vee, Sgt. J. A. Marchuck, Sgt L. B. Morau, Sgt. J. F. Morris, Sgt. H. Overall, Sgt. F. E. Perra, Sgt. J. O Sutherland, and Sgt P. D.
Thompson. Cristobal District: Capt. E. S. Shipley, Lt. R. J. Helmerichs, Lt. R. G. Nichols, Sgt. H. E; Argue, Sgt. A. B. Cooper, Sgt. H.
C. DeRaps, Sgt. R. A. Edmonson, Sgt. J. Fettler, Sgt. A. I. Hermanny, Sgt G. A. Martin, Sgt W. G. McBride, Sgt, T. J.' Polite, Sgt. H.
C. Richards, Sgt. G. J. Roth, Sgt. C. S. Smith, and Sgt. B. W. Treadwell.
Advance US Voting Data For Year. 1959 Lists
10 States Holding Elections, Many Primaries
Advance, information on elections I Michigan, General Election, A-
to be held in the United States ear- pnl 8. Election of Judges of the
Top Navy Engineer
Arrives As Guest
Of CZ Engineers
ly this calendar year has just been
received by the Panama Canal
Company's Personnel Bureau.
Information on later 1959 elec elections
tions elections and changes in voting laws
will be published In July. The in information
formation information will be of interest to
Zonians who vote by absentee bal
A copy of the pamphlet, "Voting
Information," is available in the
office of the Coordinator, Person
nel Program Staff, in the Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building at Balboa Heights.
A list of the election dates ana
Illinois, County Primaries, April
14. Citv. village, and town elec
tions April. Dates vary. Consult
local ejection officials tor date in
Kentucky, Primary, May zt.
Nominations for Governor and
other State officers, including 19
members of State Senate and 100
members of House of Representa
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WEEK-END AUi O
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J MATURE GENN J 4 Jir AMl' "rfW-
Cmdr. John Charles Merdineer,
arrived in the Canal Zone this
week as the honored guest of Gov.
W. E. Potter and the Canal Zone
Society of Professional Engineers.
The commander is the top Na
vy engineeer for the Bureau of
Yards and .Docks and officer in
charge of the Civil Engineering
Research Test and Evaluation Lab
oratory at Port Hueneme, Calif.
He will address the Society at
its annual dinner tomorrow eve
Merdineer will speak on the
"5000 Years of Engineering Histo
rv." illustrating this talk with
slides. The program will start with
a cocktail hour in the Tivoli ball
room at 7 p.m. followed by a steak
dinner at 8. The lecture will be at
9 o'clock and there will be danc
u'g in the patio from ten to one
with mus'c by Lucho Azcarraga
and his orchestra.
This is one of the highlights of
the National Fng'neeers Week pro
gram for Canal Zone and Panama
residents who are actively engag
ed in, associated or related to en
gineers, engineers-in-training, en
gineenng aides or engineering
News of his impending promo
tion to captain has been received
bv Merdineer who also has been
honored as a two-time winner of
the Society of American Military
Engineers Touimm medal tor out
standing literary contributions in
the field of professional engineer
Reservations should be made as
far in advance as possible by call
ing Tony Nard at Balboa 2810.
Circuit Court nominated at Feb. 16
Primaries; two justices of State
Supreme Court, two Regents of
University of Michigan, one super superintendent
intendent superintendent of Public Instruction and
member of State Board of Educa-'
tion, two ,members of State Board
Mississippi, First Primary, Aug.
4. Nominations for Governor, State
Senators and ''Representatives, oth other
er other State and County officers. Sec Second
ond Second Primary Aug. 19. To make
nominations in cases where none
were made in the first primary.
New Drive Started
To let TVA Issue
Missouri, Special -Election, Mar. Armed- Forces ?, and hospitalized.
To fill vacancy in 4th Congress
ional District caused by death of
U.S. Representative George H.
Christopher. Counties m the dis
trict are: Jackson, Barton, Bates,
Cass, Henry, Johnson, Lafayette
New Jersey, Primary, April 21.
N6minations fpr members of State'.
Senate' and General Assembly.
Election of County and Municipal
nliin PrimDrino TVJotr ? ATnwiin.
ation of Municipal officers. Gener-.
al Election, Nov, 3. Municipal, of-i
ficers, Township pfficgrs, members,
of Boards of Education.
Pennsylvania, Primary, May 19.
Nominations of Judges and other
County and local officers. (Only
Weather Or Not
veterans may vote by absentee.
Virginia, Primary, July 14. Nom
inations for remembers of General!
Assembly and County constitutions
al officers. Election of Party Com
mitteemeni v "1
Wisconsin, Primary. March 10.
Nominations for Justice of State
Supreme Court; County and other
Judges. General Election,-April 7".
Election of above officers and vil
lage, city-jand town officersi
THEATRE No. 1 PERU AVE,
Max Factor Firm
To Buy MutuaPs
NEW YORK duPI) David
Factor, chairman of Max Factor
a Co. of Los Amgeles, was ex-
exnected to arrive here today for
final negotiations in the purchase
of the, 453-station Mutual Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting System by the cosmetics
Factor said in Hollywood that
his company had reached tenta tentative
tive tentative agreement with Hal Roach
Jr., ch irman of MBS, to buy the
radio network. Roach acquired
control of MBS' earlier this month
when he purchased various stock
interests, from Alexander L. Gu Gu-terma,
terma, Gu-terma, Siberia born financial
wizard accused of fraud by the
Securities and Exchange Commis
Factor said his firm would own
the network ,(outright". He said
Factor would assume the "very
heavy" financial obligations of
MBS in return for the company's
controlling stock interest. He said
he did not think very much cash
woutti be paid to Roach.
Mutual's affiliates are indepen
dently owned stations. It is prt
manly a service organization
with 24,000 miles of leased tele
LLOYDS INSURES THUMBS
LONDON (UPI) The Cam Cam-b
b Cam-b i d g e University tiddlywinks
team, which meets Oxford today,
has been insured by Hoyds for
$700 a thumb.
WASHINGTON (UPI) A new
Avivo s started in Congress to
day to let the Tennessee Valley
Authority issue revenue oouus w
raise money tor extenaea powei
The House Public worics com committee
mittee committee said abbreviated public
hearings will be held March 10-11
in a mnvp. tn brine the contro
versial bill before the House Rules
Committee 'at an early date.
A Senate bill died last year
when its backers failed to get
Rules Committee approval to
bring i up in the -House.
Supporters hope mat eariy con-sider-tion
of the bill by the Rules
Committee this time will enhance
chances of getting it before the
House. But there is no indication
that the opposition has decreased.
This weather report for tha 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of tne
Panama canal Company:
. Balboa Cristobal
The measure would authorize
the i'VA to issue 750 million dol
lars worth of revenue bonds to
raisp funds needed for new faci
lities. The bonds would be retired
TVA supporters have turned to
the proposed method, of financing
because of the agency's failure
in recent years to obtain-direct
appropriations from Congress far
Rep. Clifford Davis (D-Tenn.S
chairman of the Public Works
subcommittee on flood control,
announced that the full commit
tee would hear proponents of thej
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lowing day. ; :;
Since extensive hearings have
Honn holrl nn similar hills rit'P
viously, he said, there is nir need
for lngthy. test;mony again. ?
No Senate hearings have been
scheduled. The Senate probably
will wait until the House, acts on
the bill. .it"
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U.8.A F. STUDENTS AT BREWERY Students of the U.8. Air Force School for Latin America at AiDrooK afb turned out en masse yesteraay 10 yisn wie a a-tional
tional a-tional Brewery on a conducted "Know-Your Brewery Tour" arranged by deorge DUfer, the brewery's Canal Zone sales representative and school instructor Sgt,
Otero. The visitors, accompanied by tht brewery's public relations officer Arturro Illueca were shown the entire process in the preparation of Balboa beer by
brewmaster Ramon Mldence.
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