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PANAMA, K. P., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1959
- fcOLDEN CONE This Is the
nose cone that the Army, has
sent on -its way toward an orb-
, it around the sun from cape
Canaveral, Fla. The Instrument
ed package was carried aiort by
a Juno n rocket. Tne stnpea
pattern; on the gold-washed fib fiberglass
erglass fiberglass ; device is to regulate
Pioneer IV Soars
Orbit Ardund Sun
WASHINGTON, March 5 (UPI)
America's Pioneer'IVi saace; ro robot,
bot, robot, -which passed within 3f,000
miles of the -moon, soared' today
toward a jpffjnanentrl?it; around
the sun, -'" V
Government' scientists Said that,
for a period '.'comparable to the
.life of onr universe'.Vene gold-plat
' ed '20-inch long instrument pack
age would Continue to revolve a
round the sun very 38J days,
' c The spacir vehicle already is
orbitino the sun, and will move
Into its permanent erbit. an
March 17. i.
The man-made'T'planet's orbit,
much more elongated than of iihe
earth, will vary from- 91,744,000 10
105,829,000 miles from the sun. The
earth, in an almost circular orbit,
- averages 93,000,000 miles from the
sun. i .,:,'.' jj;" '
Pioneer TV made its closest a-
proach to' the moon las nigni. ah
official of the National Aeronautics
and Space A?' inistration (NASA)
said the pass "grazed the moon's
However, the. robot did not come
close 'enough to a tain any new
information about the moon. Its
chief contribution to science appa apparently
rently apparently Will i) further data on the
two radiation belts hst have been
discovered .within 12,000 miles of
Whan Pionaar IV wis 236,000
milta away and atlll broadcast broadcasting
ing broadcasting strongly, Stewart slid no nw
radiation baits were found.
The robot's radio reports will
con inue to be .received for two
more days, .to a distance of about
400,000 miles, v j ; s
Next Sept. 29, thejspace vehicle
will reach .the, most distant point
of its ofDit-- 12,917,1)00 miles out out-side
side out-side the earth orbits As it moves
toward and ..away from the son,
Pioneer r's speediwitli relation
to the suii -will vary from 58.000
to 70,000 miles per Toour, averag averaging
ing averaging about 64,000 miles.' The speed
of the'arthwio its orbit is 66,000
mph. .ffifo.: y-':z
Arthur; J. OXeary, assistant
comptroller and chief account
Iht for the Canal,; will act as
Jeputy comptrollerl during the
absence of Btepnea- v. N. Pow
lson, It has1" been announced
y the 'Comptroller
; POwelson left few Ihe United
States Tuesday and will return
to the Canal Zone the last week
WASHINGTON (UPl)- Accord Accord-flg
flg Accord-flg to Sen. NOrris Cotton (R (R-N.H.),'
N.H.),' (R-N.H.),' the' American colonials
no .complained about taxation
e i t n o u t representation simply
tadn't i seen it with., represenU represenU-don.4A,,C'Vtl,i
don.4A,,C'Vtl,i represenU-don.4A,,C'Vtl,i v?V-Ju
i This is a good f ag.but.it hasn't
lone much to ease 'the pain of
,ocaI residents; who laim testif testifier
ier testifier aU the burdens of citizenship
hile being denied one of it
nain blessingsthe ri ght to. Vote.
;So here were the three commis commis-loners
loners commis-loners of the District of Colunv
la (that's Washington) telling a
oint session of House and Senate
listrict committees they would
;ko to surrender theirs jobs to
$2500 Bail For 5 Gvilans
In Foiled Sergeants Revof
Fifth Municipal Judge Octavio Bernasehina yesterday said
he found "no visible preparatory acta-for the commission of
the alleged crime" as he fixed bail at S2500 for each of the five
civilian" defendants loathe abortive "sergeants' revolts
v It was Relieved that the ball would be put up today for Car
los Calzadilla. Miguel A. Ordonei and David Abad, who are un under
der under arrest as ringleaders iq the plot to take control of National
Guard headquarters with the aid of a number of guardsmen.
Bail for former cabinet minister
Dr. Sergio Gonzalez Ruiz and
newsman Ramon Jurado who have
evaded arrest has been set at the
same figure ant probably win al
so be posted today
- Some 37 members of the Nation
al Guard, including one second
lieutenant' are under arrest in con
nection with the plot which was
supposed to nave Been put into ei-
fect early Wednesday morning.
First Vice President Temistocles
Diaz, the leader of the National
Liberation Movement of which the
civilians implicated in the plot are
members, has been summoned to
testify by authorities investigating
tne alleged coup.
Diaz himself has not been linked
personally with the plotters and he
. ..... 1 ji i i
On Egberlf. Hay
A rescue scmad from the : pe-
dro Miguel Tire Station adminis
tered oxygen last night to a res resident
ident resident of Paraiso' who collapsed
while taking a walk about a quar quarts
ts quarts of a mile from his home.
The sick man was Egbert e
Hay, 53, an employe of ttve Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division at Pier 18. He
did not feel well and went for a
walk to see if lie could relieve
the difficulty he was having in
breathing. 'ft. ...
"justorTmratitShl; te 'coIlapV-
ed In fronf ofuarters'occupied
by John West,' 1 who- telephoned
the Canaf tEope Police. They in
turn called for help from the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel' fire station:
A rescue squad under the di direction
rection direction of Lt. Rogert Hamor an answered
swered answered the call and administered
oxygen with a resuscitator. When
Dr. M. W. Robinson from Got Got-gas
gas Got-gas 'Hospital arrived, he asked
the rescue squad to accompa"v
the sick man to the hospital, giv giving
ing giving oxygen en route.
This morning, Hay's condition
was reported by the hospital as
On Negro Deaths
MEMPHIS (UPD- ThiT pedia
trics chief of city owned John
Gaston Hospital said today that
the deaths of a number of Negro
infante at the hospital during the
oast year "do not represent a
hospital epidemic, a new medical
problem or a particular mystery."
Dr. Tom Mitchell issued a for formal
mal formal statement after news stories
reported a large number of deaths
from "overwhelming infection of
Negro infants at the hospital dur
ing the past year.
One hospital official, who de
clined to be identified by name,
placed the estimate 4at 200, but
this figure was challenged by
"The deaths referred to in the
news story do not represent a
hospital epidemic, a new medical
problem or a particular mystery.
It is known that children in the
age range three months to two
years are quite susceptible to var various
ious various infections and may die un unexpectedly
expectedly unexpectedly in a relatively short
time form the on set of illness.
"The autopsy may not deter-
min ethe exact organism causing
the infection, 'and death therefore
must be regarded as scientifically
'unexplained' althoueh clinically
the patient had pneumonia, men-
ingitis .pr sepsis."
Which they were appointed by the
President U in favor of home
rule for our capital city.
They., weren't asking ; anything
like statehood for the district, al although
though although admission of Alaska as
the 49th state has stirred tome
argument here that this would be
a logical thing- v
After all, Washington Mat a
population of 825,000 people
against only 210,000 (including the
soldiers) in Alaska. Furthermore,
it's contiguous with the rest of
the country and in fact is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by it".
But making a state out of the
District of Columbia would take
a constitutional amendment. All
has denied any knowledge ef the
conspiracy. ; 1
National Guard commandant Col.
Bolivar Vallarino, who tupped the
plot in the bud 48 hours before it
was scheduled to take place, said
it had been in the making for some
six months and that meetings were
held at the homes of National
Guard 2nd Lt. Ramoif Xay and
Carlos Calzadilla, who lives in the
vicinity of Madden Danuf
Survey Branch Man
x A freak accident sent a Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal employe te Gorgas
Hospital yesterday'; with ; a gun
shot wound in the great' toe of
his .left foot.
The accident occurred when
non-bearded Leonardo castro, em employed
ployed employed by the Survey Branch,
was working with his team yes
terday afternoon in the vicinity of
Rio del Medio about seven miles
west of Gatun Locks.
Castro was carrying a 22 cal.
rifle at the time, with the safety
in the "off position., While he
was stooping to pass under some
low branches, one of them be
came entangled with the trigger
assembly, accidentally discharg discharging
ing discharging the gun. The bullet 'passed
through Castro's toe. ;
Police are investigating..
In Contest With CZ
Judge Guthrie F. Crbwe denied
an appeal today in U.S. District
Court, Ancon, by two men previ previously
ously previously convicted in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court of disturbing the
peace by fighting.
On Feb. 19 tne lower court nao
fined Bhan Singh, 72, $15 while his
antagonist Kishan-. Singh, 52, was
fined $25 and sentenced to five days
in jail. The two men, who are East
Indians, are not related.
Although denying the appeal,
Crow suspended the fivo-day iil
sentence and placed Kithan
Singh on probation for one year.
Two two mon wore also ordered
to pay costs of the appeal.
A feud apparently exists be
tween the two men and witnesses
testified to the two Singhs having
fought on at least two occasions
prior to the Jan. 15 Incident that
resulted in tneir present convic conviction.
tion. conviction. Victor Wone. a bus checker em
ployed by the Gill Transportation
Co., testified that he was stationed
at Paraiso on the night in question
and that his checking supervisor,
Bhan Singh, alighted from a bus
at 10:15 p.m.
Bhan Singh, who testified in Hin
dustani through a court-appointed
interpreter, said he was feeling ill
at the time and sat resting in
At the same time Kisnan singn,
who has been employed 29 years
as a Canal Company dock checker,
was on a-bus en route to his Gam-
boa home after having been drink drinking
ing drinking in Panama City.
v According to a witness, Kishan
Singh had stated he interrupted his
homeward trip at Paraiso to an answer
swer answer a call of nature. The witness
noted that this is often a natural
outcome of drinking.
Upon Kishan Singh's return te
the check stand-a quarrol took
place between the two Singhs
and the fight ensued, during
which Bhan Singh was badly cut
en the back of his head. The in injury
jury injury happened when Bhan Singh
Struck his head against the edge
or shoulder of the road, accord according
ing according to the only eyewitness.
Several versions of the auarrel
and fight were presented in court
Voice In Government; Senators Unmoved
that the commissioners were pro proposing
posing proposing was to -N make the 69-square-mile
district a territory,
like Alaska was before her ad admission
mission admission to statehood.
"Neither the residents of the
district, the 49 states, nor the re remainder
mainder remainder of the Free World, can
understand why United State cit citizens
izens citizens who are residents of the na nation's
tion's nation's capital are denied all forms
of the franchise," said Commit
sioner Robert E. McLaughlin. -'
He proposed that Congress,
which is charged by the Consti Constitution
tution Constitution with control of the capital,
pass a law to delegate tome of
its authority to art elected legit
lative assembly. Residents also
i S X:: 'vivV.'L:
PROFESSOR PLAYS, DAUGHTER STANCES Professor Manuel F. Zarato of the University of
Panama plays a mejorana while his daughter E da Neia dances and signs at this week's meeting
of the Isthmian Historical Society in the Tivoll Guest House. Behind the Zarates are pictured
the other members of a panel that discussed "H igh Notes, Past and Present, of Isthmian Music."
They are, left to right, Mrs. Anoha Kirkland, or ganist; Rogue Cordero, composer, conductor, and
director of the National Institute ot Music: Mrs. Abbie Linares, pianist and teacher who con conducted
ducted conducted the panel discussion as moderator; and M lss Emily Butcher, supervisor of music in the
Latin. American schools of the Canal Zone.
but only Wong arid Bhan Singh
testified of those present during the
Wong said that at the height of
the quarrel he stepped between the
two men since he knew of their
previous fights and wished to pre prevent
vent prevent another.
He said he held Kishan Singh for
a few moments and that when he
released him the quarrel began a a-new,
A moment later, according to
Wong, Bhan Singh struck Kishan
in the face whereupon Kishan
leaped at Bhan, knocking him te
the ground beside the street.
' At this point, Wong continued,
the two men rolled into the street,
Bhan striking his head.
A passing bus driver separat separated
ed separated the two men- and both
Singhs proceeded separately to
the Balboa police station, to
settle their grievance.
Here, in the presence of each
other, they gave statements to
police officer Jesse Bunker.
Bhan Singh, who was hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized for some days after
the fight, testified that Kis Kishan
han Kishan Singh had struck the
first blow with an unknown
object which caused the head
In summing up for the gov government,
ernment, government, assistant District At Attorney
torney Attorney W. M. Thomson observed
that there had clearly oeen a
breach of the peace and that
consequently the goventment
asked denial or tne appeal.
In granting the denial, Crowe
commented that he felt the
original Magistrate's Court con conviction
viction conviction had been a Just one,
since from the eyewitness's tes testimony
timony testimony Bhan Singh had struck
the first blow but Kishan Singh
had been the most aggressive
of the two.
In suspending the lail sen sentence
tence sentence Crowe said he was tak taking
ing taking into consideration Kishan
Singh's long years of service in
the Canal Zone.
In the appeal Bhan Singh
was represented by David Ro Ro-bles.
bles. Ro-bles. Kishan- Singh was repre-
sented by William J. Sheridan.
would elect a non-voting delegate
to Congress. 'A governor and lieu
tenant governor would be appoint appointed
ed appointed by the President. ...
That way, local residents would
have at least some say in their
government, although they still
would not be able to vote for
President or members of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Also, Congress no longer
would have to sit as City Council
for Washington every time resi'
dents want to hire more police,
do battle with 5 starlings, or
change local law In any of hun
dreds of ways. ...' ) :
You would think that would ap apnea!
nea! apnea! te the members of Congress.
Of New Cpco SbfcT
Parents, friends, and al other
residents of the Atlantic side are
extended an open invitation by
the Division of Schools to attend
the open house and dedication
ceremonies which will be held
Friday afternoon to mark the for
mal opening of the new elemen
tary school at Coco Solo.
Inspection of the new class classrooms
rooms classrooms and other new school faci facilities
lities facilities at the quarter-million dollar
Coco Solo school can be made by
visitors from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Dur
ing this time visit6rs will have a
To Be Auctioned
Again March 23
Joseph Kincaid, the U.S. Mar Marshal
shal Marshal in the Canal Zone announc
ed today the forthcoming sale at
public auction of the motorship
Mayon I, on March 23 at the Cris
The vessel, built in 1943 at Stock
ton, Calif., was recently attached
in the Canal Zone for the third
time, after the captain and crew
filed a suit for $5818 in oacK pay.
Subsequent suits totaling more
than $70,000 were filed against the
vessel, including one suit for $10, $10,-884.19
884.19 $10,-884.19 for services and supplies
filed by Pieter Blok of Panama
City. Blok had formerly acted as
agent for the owners.
The Mayon Corporation has been
named as co-respondent, although
to date no individual identified
with the ownership has cohe for forward.
ward. forward. Charles Ramirez of Van Siclen
and Ramirez is representing the
crewmen and Pieter Blok. A Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan creditor, Instttuto de Fo Fo-mento
mento Fo-mento de la Produccion, is repre represented
sented represented by de Castro and Robles in
the claim for a total of $63,791.
But somehow the idea never
has caught fire with our lawmak lawmakers,
ers, lawmakers, and it didn't this time either:
Rep. John R. Foley (D-Md.)
said he was for it. Rep. D. R.
(Billy) Matthews (D-Fla.) said he
couldn't see how home rule would
solve the district's manifold prob problems
lems problems a perennial shortage of
money, a steady exodus to the
suburbs, and a growing demand
for schools and welfare service.
McLaughlin said no, maybe it
"But it would make us all
Americans," he said, somewhat
And then the subject Wat
chance to se classes in session
as well as to inspect the other
rooms and facilities of the' new
One of the unusual features will
be the showing of educational
motion pictures in the air-conditioned
audio visual room, the
first of its kind ever to be special specially
ly specially equiped for this purpose in a
Canal Zone schol building.-
The formal dedication ceremo ceremo-nits
nits ceremo-nits will start at 4:30 p.m. in the
area in front of the schol. At
this time the keys to the schol
will be presented by Henry L. Do Donovan,
novan, Donovan, Civil Affairs director, to
Miss Frances Moomaw, principal
of the school, in the presence of
other officials of the Division of
Schools, and the principals of the
Canal Zone elementary schools
from both sides of the Isthmus.
The program also will include
short talks by Susan Wilderd,,
sixth grade pupil, representing the
student body; Peter W. Foster,
president of the Coco Solo Civic
Council, representing the Atlantic
communities: and Capt. Lucien
Label, president of the Atlantic
Songs prepared by Mrs. Mary
Queen and Mrs. Ruth Hutchings
will be sung by pupils of the
fourth, fifth, and sixth grades un
der the direction of Mrs. Mary
Rev. Theodore Franklin of the
Margarita, Union Church, will
pronounce the invocation and Rev.
J. Terence Mooney of the Church
ot Miraculous Medal will give the
During the afternoon, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served in the school
assembly room by members of
the Atlantic P.T.A.
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U.S. SAILORS BOARD SOVIET SHIP This Is the Soviet fishing vessel Novorosslrsk which wai
boarded by American sailors from the destroyer Roy Hale 120 miles northeast ot St. Johns, New Newfoundland.
foundland. Newfoundland. The Naw men were nut; aboard the shin to check fox Dosslbla signs the vessel had
damaged the transatlantic cable
There'll be no Little Big Horn in Chiriqui at the
That's the word from Chiriqui's Gov. Federico Sagely
whose duties today included soothing non-Indian resi residents
dents residents of Chiriqui's Cerro Mosquito area where a conven convention
tion convention of some 2000 Guaymi Indians is scheduled Saturday
Sagel told the apprehensiye residents that Guaymi
leader Toribio Venado has assured him the meeting plans
to draw up a peaceful list of requests to submit to the
government, rather than setting directly about driving
the intruders ihro the sea through unofficial channels.
The apprehension of the non non-Indian
Indian non-Indian residents of the Cerro
Mosquito area was motivated
by a recent "threatening" fly fly-sheet
sheet fly-sheet distributed by the In Indians,
dians, Indians, claiming they are being
gradually being deprived of the
use of lands which they con consider
sider consider theirs.
The fears were further added
to by the presence ,,of three
Panama University archaeology
students in the area in search
- Ttem to augnht the. dls
piays university an
, However, Sagel said Venado
himself was aiding the three
students in the excavations
being conducted by Luis. F.
Rios, Jose M. Herrera and Fa Fa-giole
giole Fa-giole Ardilla.
. The Guaymi convention was
regarded in some circles as
merely aimed at seeking legal
means to obtain territorial au-
Of Fishing Boat
MOSCOW, March 5 (UPI) The
Soviet Union has officially pro esl esl-ed
ed esl-ed to the United States against
the detention of a Russian fishing
boat in the North Atlantic Feb. 28
by an American Navy destroyer,
Tass said today.
The Soviet note was handed to
the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Tass
said. The news agency i did lot
specify when the note was de delivered.
livered. delivered. The United States Navy last week
detained and boarded the trawler
Novorossisk off Newfoundland
when il became suspicious after a
series of breaks occurred in Trans
The Navy reported the trawler
did not have other than fishing
equipment on board but said some
of the fishing ta kle itself could
have caused the break.
The Soviet no e said the Russians
expected the United States to take
all necessary measures to prevent
the reoccurrence of actions to-,
ward Soviet fishing vessels eng engaged
aged engaged in fishing in open seas.
The note referred spe xally to
the Novorossisk which was board boarded
ed boarded by a Naval party from the U.S.
radar picket escort ship Roy O.
Hale 120 miles northeast of St.
John's Nfld. last Thursday.
' ', i 4
during its operations
tonomy and improve conditions
for the Guaymi Indians.
However, the posibility of an
Indian uprising has not been
completely ruled out.
f njehfuary t
Nine employes joined the Canal
organization during-February, ac according
cording according to the Personnel Bureau.
Only one, Harry Chalfy, optical
technician, in the Sales and Serv Service
ice Service Branch, was recruited in the
United States. He is a native of
Five of the new employes are. in
the Health Bureau.- They ire
June A. Brenneman, of Forest
Hills, Pa.; Gloria J. Dovholuk, of
Lincoln, N.H.; Elizabeth-C. Neit Neit-zel,
zel, Neit-zel, of Stony Point, N.C.; and Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia E. Dignam, of Colon, staff
nurses at Gorgas Hospital; and
Dr. Clark B. Meador, of Hubbard,'
Texas, director of Gorgas.
Other new employes are Ethel
W. Brown, of Charleston, W. Va.f
clerk in the Electrical Division
Dorothy A. Stevens, of Chicago;
III., clerk in the Marine Bureau;
and Yukio Kobashigawa, of Pearl
City, Hawaii, electronics mechanic
in the Electrical Division.
Two men were found guilty In
Balboa Magistrate's Court today el
setting a grass and shrub fire in
the area two miles north of the Pe
dro Miguel locks on the east bank
of the Canal. They are Nicolas Cas Castillo,
tillo, Castillo, 39, and Alejandro de Leon, 40,
both Panamanian. Castillo was
fined $10 and de Leon $5.
John N. Martinez, 36, British
Honduran, was sentenced to 10"
days in jail for vagrancy. He had
been arrested at 4:45 a.m. on
March 4 in the Diablo area.
A Panamanian taxi driver. Am-n
bal Sanchez, 22, was fined $10 for
operating his taxi on Gaillard
Highway without a valid operator'
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I THE MAIL BO
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
bad weather is coming and
March is here like a lamb. But
..should reach here before midnight.
" We might look out for anything, even to war. For the Russian
Siear is showing its teeth, and it looks like nothing short of war will
Satisfy them. .
I remember in 1914 when I left the Zone, with a bad case of
-asthma, for Boquete A bunch of my friend gathered in front of a
"fcantina to see me off and informed me that 1 need only take two
Sclean Shirts. And here I am with plenty of clean shirts and an
-event for the 25th, as I'm headed for the 96th round on the century
Sadder, and feeling good
The Hinkles keep me up on clippings, and what s going on up
JBoquete way. .
- Frank does all my reading for me, as I can't see to read. And
If the sun is shining, I can't see at all without dark glasses.
'. And by the way, my son-in-law Frank Carey was awarded a Ufa
'mernbership in the Society of Engineers. He's the 30th mjexas,
nd there are only 40 in the whole United States.
Will try to do better next wee.
mv is 19SR a timekeeoine committee of the Office of the Comp
troller, Panama Canal Company, approved many changes in the time-keeping
and compensation system for Local Raters of the Supply Di Division
vision Division and Terminals Division. I did not consider the changes to be
Either sound or useful.
Sm Here are some of the provisions now set out:
'Th Ki. wnrir wppIc is the first 40 hours of service within six
2(6) designated work days. There will be one non-work day which will
be assigned prior to the beginning of the week and cannot be changed
;.during the week.
"For the purpose of paying leave there will be a supplemental
"work week consisting of one non-work day, four 6.5-hour days and
tw seven-hour days. .
"Time cards will be completed in the same manner as for regularly-scheduled,
full-time employes except that employes on a First
i40-hour week are not entitled to premium pay for holiday work, holi holiday
day holiday gratuity or to night differential.
"Payment as overtime for work on Sunday,, holidays and over
eight (8) hours on other days will be allowed during the pay period
105-1858 on the authority of the Personnel Director.
"Such action has been taken (1) because of the doubtful legality
of taking such privileges away from the employes retroactively, and
1X2) because it is good employe relations' 't; ...
! Since the Oct. 5, 1958 implementation of the Soviet-style reforms
to the pay procedure of the First 40-Hour (FFH) employes, who are
not guaranteed 40 hours of work a week, the test adoption has seen
many changes. .,,..
FFH employes of the Terminals Division paid their full retire retirement
ment retirement quota from their earnings for the pay period Oct. 5-18, 1958.
Their earnings in this period included premium pay for holiday work,
holiday gratuity and overtime pay after eight (8) hours on other days.
Why then have these same employes been denied the right to
earn the same additional compensations in subsequent pay periods?
t Some 778 when actually Employed (WAE) dock employes of the
fTerminals Division hayc been shuffled but of Civil Service retirement,
i-est and sick leave, disability relief and all overtime and holiday
compensations and bonuses simply because the Panama Canal brass
says they did not work more than 1560 hours in 1956-57.
FERRY IN THE DUST
i I should like to ask whoever is sitting in the Governor's seat this
jVeek, to ask whoever is in charge of Canal construction whether it
vould not have been entirely feasible to have Thatcher ferry resume
Its runs last Sunday morning instead of Monday morning.
! I've a strong hunch it wasn't physical inability to reopen the fer fer-y
y fer-y that caused it to remain closed on Sunday. But it saved one more
'Sunday of crew's wages not to put the Presidente boats back in serv service
ice service until Monday a convenient start for a pay week, what?
? So the general public was banked uo far far back of the bridge
trying to get to the Interior on the day before a big national holiday
4n Panama, ana in me ary season, wnen everyooay neaas mai way.
' My own party arrived at the congested area about 0:30 Sunday
horning. Two ships were just clearing, and both sides of the bridge
Vere open. By the time the line started, cars, trucks, chivas and
ybuch were lined up back to Morgan's Gardens.
Getting a line like this flowing takes a few minutes. Since all
$iad to crawl, at first, only a few could get through the Gaillard High High-way
way High-way light onto the bridge at each change. All in all there was a 45 45-minnte
minnte 45-minnte wait for some maybe more.
Was this necessary, or was the ferry really out of commission?
I've never been one to complain about heavy ship traffic closing
"$he bridge. That's why we Americans are here: And that's why Pan Panama
ama Panama City isn't a town about the size of Chorrera.
T But we're going to have three more years of waiting at Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores before the Balboa Bridge is built. Can't the Canal's construc construction
tion construction staff manage to replace ferry piling at night when the traffic is
2 Now that the contractor has got his ramp started on the West
ank, and nas laid clown the temporary Thatcher Highway alignment,
jiow about a little oil on it? Or some Mack top?
Ferry-bound cars have to drive through a cloud of yellow dust.
'It's unpleasant. And if an excuse is needed for doing something
'bout it, it's dangerous to traffic visibility.
f Delayed Unduly
BAD NEIGHBOR POLICY
Did you ever go to work in the morning feeling like well let's
Jay groggy, becausr your good neighbor next door had a nice howl howl-ng
ng howl-ng drunken party until 2 a.m. or 3 a.m.? Do you have as a neigh--fcor.one
of those creeps that plays the television loud -enoueh so that
jthe sound travels three or four streets away, and then all through
the program yells and whoops besides throwing empty beer cans in
he street or empties in the garbage can at midnight?
- Or the kind that must have a sandwich at the stroke of midnight,
,nd opens and closes the iae box door which at that hour sounds like
. rocket leaving its launching site?
f T you do. you are in the same boat as I am, because I sure have
These t-reeps that fit the above descriptions should have the
front of their houses oainted yellow to indicate 8pecial-privileoe char characters.
acters. characters. That party Tuesday night until 3 a m., sure was a dilly and
the persons responsible should be nominated for the Neighbor of the
."Year and their pictures put in the Canal Review.
Why cannot the Safety Engineers do something about this deplor deplorable
able deplorable condition? I believe that anyone working in the tropics must
have a good night'. sleep in order to be alert and active the day of
work. If this is not a safety problem then I accept the fact I am
wrong. The Housini Office puts out circulars about not planting vines
nd so forth, but do you ever see one about being quiet at the pre prescribed
scribed prescribed quiet hour?
B VICTOR RIESEL.
There are hat ers who aren't
mad at anyone least of all their
bosses. These are union hatter.
Their is a small un on of 40,000
Qu etly they prove daily that it
aoesn't take size it takes guts,
imagination enu daring to keep
their industry a nourisning one.
They have invested some $5,-
000,000 to help "the boss." .They
have fought off the mobs. Thev
have battieu & ave labor Iron Cur
iam compet tion. Tbey recognize
that the class struggle is for un
dergraduates and that the bigger
tne protr, tne nigner me wage ana
the steadier the job.
For such prihC'ples, for example
this Hatters, Cap and Millinery
Workers Union (AFL-ClO) has mw
dec ded to yield what it would ha
taken as a wage increase. This t
does so the union and the employ employers
ers employers can raise a half a million dol dollar
lar dollar kitty to promote the sale of
headgear in a nation which is mu
This union led by tall, banter
ing Alex Rose, once an infantry
man in ien. Aiienby's desert army
of World War One has just join joined
ed joined the "bosses" in launching some
thing called thi National Cap and
Cloth Hat Institute. Rose and the
manufacturers want to revive the
popularty of caps really one
of the first victims of the big
Back in the twenties, when the
cap went with knickers like a
leaning tower with P sa, this head
gear became the symbol of the
mob. Later the hoods turned to
snap brims. But it was too late.
From 55,000,000 the sale of caps
slid off to 27.000.000. Union mem
bers and employers alike suffered.
They were saved by the Tvy
league and convertibles. But now
the institute made up of labor
and management directors real
ly wants to make the cap a steady
and lucrative n anufacturine field.
At a moment when the noise of
rackets, shakedowns, voilence and
hatred flares through some other
fields, Alex Rose's union shows
how it can happen here a ra
tional labor-management, live-and
let-live society I mean.
ihe Can Institute if just one In
stance in the life of a crusading
union. Last year, for example, the
labor chiefs learned that the own
ers of the most famous hat manu
facturers' building in the land, 65
W. 39th St. in New York's gar garment
ment garment area, were about to raise
rents. They needed financing.
Rose sougm out the realtors. He
offered to loai. them $2,000,000 of
the un on's funds at a very modest
interest rate. In return he wanted
a contract guaranteeing that the
rents of the hat manufacturing
lofts would not be raised for five
years. Rose did not want the em employers
ployers employers hit by higher costs. Nor
did he want them dispersed from
the center of hat fashions.
The realtors took the money and
signed the contract and the hat
manufacturers stayed 'n business
in a building easily accessible to
the union'? skilled workers.
There was a similiar crisis at
another building, 49 W. 37th St.
The union ad to buy the 22-story,
$1,500,000 structure which is jam
med with hat manufacturers. Now
the union t the landlord. And it is
keeping rents low, so its employers
can make a good enough profit
to keep wages and the number of
jobs h gh. The Hatters have also
put several million dollars in nous
And they've put millions in their
jobs. In 1954, when bankruptcy
threatened the Charles H. Karti-
ganer Co., of West Upton, Mass.,
Rose s organization dug up S200,-
000, lent it to the company and
kept it in business. Today the Kar
tleaner Co. flourishes and so do
the 650 New Englanders working
More recently The Merrimac
Hat Co., of Amesbury, Mass., was
hit hard by comptition from Com
munist Czechoslovakia. It was ab ab-to
to ab-to liquidate. Some 325 jobs would
have been lost The union actually
You Don't See Action Like That
.. AayMore These Days",'- r-
,4 J, fm as ft . m a am
!-tfDRBW PBAHSON 4
Walter Wincheli In New York
Perhaps vour readers who contemplate buvintf a new car In the
"fcear future will be interested in an article which appeared as an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement in the March 2 issue of Time magazine on page 25 giving
details of an Englir.h RAF officer s experience with (above all) a
German-made, Diesel-motored car on a 18,000 mile trip without mis-
lap nor necessity for repairs except probably changes of tires.
i I am the owner of this type car and find it absolutely faultless
a)nd at a cost of about $4 per month for running expenses. This car
nag no carburetor, sparK plugs, or distributor to give continuous trou
Me and most all the assembly is mounted on tough rubber, eliminat
llig the many squeaks usually found In the average American cars
After a year or so of use.
My first Diesel car which I sold a year or so ago still has the
lame exh.iust pipe and muffler that came on the car when I purrhas
id it in 1953, and the motor has never missed fire on any cylinders
tince it was new. Neither has my present car missed fire since I
save bought It.
2V; . - A K'
Rehearsal watchers suspect that
Gene Kelly has fallen hard for
Jayne fruner, who will dance
with him on his next CBS-TV
"special" .Dagmar flew to the
Mayo Clinic to make sure she's
all right. .Julie Wilson's crowd
suspect she will wed clo'.'ung ex exec
ec exec Mort Goldman .After "Red
head" is paid for star Gwcn Ver-
don will rate a take-home pay of
about 06,000 weekly. . .Sinatra
opens at the Fontalnebleau (Mia
mi Beach) next Tuesday. Over
o,o00 reservations. .Mac Krim,
whose girl used to be Kim No Novak,
vak, Novak, wishes Rhonda Fleming
would be his new seady. .Jane
Morgan's Big Date in London is
British industrialist Charles Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. ."First Impressions" Is do doing
ing doing a whiz biz in Philly. Over $61, $61,-000
000 $61,-000 last week. Elevei of the
46. strippers who auditioned for
"Gypsy," the new musical, were
, Tennessee Williams, the highest
paid playwright, told an inter interviewer
viewer interviewer that he wasn't happy with
Hollywood's version of his smash
play, "Cat." That he sent
them suggested revisions gratis,
but they never even acknowledg acknowledged
ed acknowledged getting them. .RCA Victor's
"find," Pat Suzuki of "Flower
Drum Song," just waxed her
third lp In a year. The title:
"Broadway '59'. .Movietowners
say Mamie Van Doren and Joe
Graydon (Los Angeles deejay) ap apparently
parently apparently dig each other. A night
ly twosome at the Kowloon. .
This week's Darling of the Cri Critics
tics Critics is a 19-year-old named Dana
Wilson. She stars in "A Cry From
the Streets" at the Guild. Lon Londoners
doners Londoners report that Bea Lillle and
Florence Desmond, two of Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's greatest stars (in "Auntie
Mame") have their own war. .
The man at NBC who has to woo
Nanette Fabray into signing a
new contract is David Tebet, her
Hedy LaMarr's rap at her Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood sisters: "Any girl can
look glamorous. All you have to
do is stand still and look stupid"
Beautiful Joan van Pelt is do-
picture, 'alias Jesse J a m e s," Hollywood movie studio aptly
has a crowd of sugary advance named "The Lunatics Take Over
reports. Another star who made
it the hard way. Warners fired
him when his first two "shorts"
flopped, It is due at the Astor
Comden and Green will have
roles in their next lyric effort on
B'way, "Subways Are For Sleep
ing." A surefire couple. ; .In the
hit play, "JB," Pat Hingle's role
called for him to suffer and suf suffer.
fer. suffer. His agony is terrible since
that accident. .Mort Sahl w'll
play a press-agent named Irving
Hoffman in "How to Marry a Mil Millionaire".
lionaire". Millionaire". .The young owners of
the Cloisters in Chicago have tak
en over Hollywood's famed MoT
cambo. .The- lad who wrote the'
"Chipmunk Song" just got his I I-nitial
nitial I-nitial royalty check. Slightly un under
der under $150,000. ."Compulsion,' the
Richard Zanuck picture, arrives
at the Rivoli soon. Another worth worthwhile
while worthwhile film, 'Diary of Anne
Frank," comes to the Palace
March 18. .Harold Meyers, who
wrote "13 Elegant Ways to Com Commit
mit Commit Suicide," should've included
Being Bored to Death.
bought the company by throw'ng,ing the town wearing an orange orange-$300,000
$300,000 orange-$300,000 into it Union officials we hued fur coat. .Lou Walters re
placed on tne Doara or directors. Inorts the only "loud talking' be
But despite the controlling intereit
the union decided to take no man
agement role. The ompany ,s
do'ng good business, my latest
Imagination? When the union
itself needed money five years ago
it floated Its own bond Issue a-
mong its members at full in erest
rates. The money has all been repaid.
Guts? When the mobs moved
in and ran racket shops which
chiseled the government on mil mil-i'ons
i'ons mil-i'ons of dollar- in military orders,
the union had two of its people
probe, expose and wipe out the
loo'ing. How'r .'. done?
"The answer," says Alex Roe,
"is to do a constructive job. We
s'ay away from the evil of cor corruption
ruption corruption and the evil of fantasy,
and junk abstract, outmoded an ancient
cient ancient labor philosophies. Serve the
community as well as the workers
and the men who employ us. Then
labor and management can't go
Like I said, those are glad hat
A 'WARNING BILL'
LONDON (UPI)-Dr. Geoffrey
Fisher, archbishop of Canterbury,
considers outbreaks of anti-Semitism
in West Germany a "warn "warning
ing "warning bell" for the world. He said
"there is not only a problem of
ant'-Semitism but of anti-Christianity
to be dealt with." He
spoke after the annual meeting of
the Council of Christians and
Jews in London heard a report
about the formation of Nazi or
ganization In West Germany.
tween Ted Lewis and himself
was trying to get Ted to stay for
another 4 weeks in the Vegas Tro Tro-picana
picana Tro-picana show. .The British film,
"A Question of Adultery," will
be called "My Strange Affair" o-
ver here. The McGuire Sisters
had to go on at the Desert Inn in
street apparel. They took bows
for 7 minutes. .Bob Hope's new
Lunt and Fontanne now tour in
their show via bus, complete with
kitchen, bath, etc. .Maria Schell,
not too many years ago, played
bit parts in European .films. She
has an offer of $35,000 for one
TF frolic. .Hugh O'Brian's last
date here was with Joanne Cope-
land at Eddie Condon's, a lovely
looker. .After the. rave not'ees
were in for "Redhead." Bob Fos
se, choreographer, received 23 of
fers 9o direct shows. .iv snow snow-themes
themes snow-themes nav off laree for Ray An
thony. His "Peter Gunn record
is his hottest since hs "D rag rag-net,"
net," rag-net," both for Capitol. .Sessutf
"avakawa chee1' in at The New
Yorker today. To ibegin rehears
als for "Kataki," a new drama
with two characters. An Ameri American
can American and a Japanese soldier. .
There are over 80.000 free 'ickets
for live radio and TV shows ev every
ery every week.
Gpnerol MoArt"!"- ref"eH Ter Ter-vn
vn Ter-vn fnr; the "20th Century"
program to do his l'r"
he had editorial control.
That's why they called it "Free "Freedom
dom "Freedom for the Philippines" last
SM)8th. .FormervGleason show showgirl
girl showgirl Chris (not Chick') James is
at Park East Honital for surge surgery.
ry. surgery. .Lorna Gi'lam. most suc successful
cessful successful of all Conover actress
models (you see her a lot in com commercials),
mercials), commercials), has been with that a a-Sency
Sency a-Sency 14 years. She's 18. .A
new novel due shortly is about a
he Asylum". .Playwright Hans
Moizer is writing womer Daven Davenport's
port's Davenport's biography. He was a great
iHiiuunisi lur nearsi. .id case
the ladies object to having hut'i hut'i-canes
canes hut'i-canes named after them here's
some balm. Kansas City names
storms after their disc jockeys.
Broadway-bound- "Gay Felons"
was embraced in( Atlantic City,
one critic reporting: "This well-
knit comedy has all the ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients of a Broadway hit". .Sam
Locke, author of last season s
"air uame", neiped "doctor
the new eniry .Bop Downey Is
starting his 20th year at One TuQi
Avenue. Signed as pianist
19 years ago. .Lionel Hampton's
first major jazz concert here in
15 years will be at Carnegie Hall
March 15. .Jack Benny will do
a satire on panel p r o g r a m s
March 8. .Blake Garner, who
Was engaged to Marie McDonald
for three minutes recently has
given a diamond rins to model
Anne Angel. .Mae West's' auto-
biog is finished. The title: "Sex
Is a 3-Letter Word . .Attrac
five name for a Broadway, show:
"Let's Go Steady," scheduled for
Ralph Bellamy, Polly Bergen
and Jule Styne are among the
hanpy backers of the new" hit;
"Majority Of, One". .The mid
town sleuths closed another
"smart" East Site soot. Too ma-
Iny whoopsys. .Tina Louise is
seeing attorneys about Tana
Louise, a stripper. Over the close closeness
ness closeness of the name. .Men Gr
fin will be part of a new. Good-
man-Todson TV show featurine a
teen-age band. .In Audrey Hep Hepburn's
burn's Hepburn's initial starring picture,
"Roman Holiday," she was paid
$12,500. Her current ee is. $400. $400.-000.
000. $400.-000. .Except for "Girt" there
hasn't been an outstanding movie
musical in a vear. .Jukebox pets
these days deal ""with such mer
ry themes as murder, death,
hangings and other dismal 1te"is.
This Is Entertainment?. . .The
cosst of Broadwv's wellecticity
for one night is $50,000.
WASHINGTON-. Last year when''featherbedto" V their daily
This was the union'i answer lo
one u.t8. Chamber of Commerce
u iUhi!,l wll' contractor W.l-
u elaxw over the chamber's
ehargehat the Union is restricting
its workers t, laying. brick, i
day. .a i.;,, f., ...
"tnit thil union A k..
!..!ver hu,d "T Policy of res-
uivwm auwn as your newsletter
w categorically stated. r
"In fact, itwai stated by the
union some year ego that e cash cash-ier's
ier's cash-ier's eheck for $1,000 would be pre.
sented to anyone who could provid
evidence of such policy on the
part of either the International U U-nion
nion U-nion or one i its subordinate' u u-nipns.
nipns. u-nipns. Thie money, has never been
ci"Sedi ,more ' yours; to
claim at this time if you can sup support
port support the statement you made in
your publication Jan. 2M
Earlier Nel&M had protested
gainst the U S. Chamber's charge,
pointing out that bricklayers worV
ing for him laid 2,800 bricks a day
on the Taft Memorial, erected to
honor the memory of the late Sen.
Robert Taft, Chamber of Com-
The union's letter conf 'nils Wa
have been advised that you have
yourself' subsequently stated that
you based your remarks on a poll
which was nude by the National
Association of Home Builders.
An investigation of th s com com-ment
ment com-ment made bv vou In a itfr in
William F. Nelson indicates that
me pou to wmch you refer was
made 12 years ago,' in 1947; that
the crit.cisro of bricklayer produc productivity
tivity productivity on which you based your
remarks was not a conclusion of
the poll as a whole, but; rather a
comment which was taken out of
contex and apparently was an iso isolated
lated isolated remark attributable to a sin sin-gle
gle sin-gle and unident fiable individual.
"The information on which you
based your attack upon; this union
ojt craftsman is made even more
meaningless, by the fact that few
er than half of the bricklayers who
were employed by NAHB mem members
bers members at the time the poll was taken
were members of this or any other
;"It is our further understanding
that because' of the incomplete,
out-of-date and easily misleading
nature of the information, you
were asked by the National Asso Association
ciation Association of Home Bu'lders to re refrain
frain refrain from quoting from the rport
ON ALL FABRICS
ALMACE1 CENTRAL STORE
Bolivar Ave., 9126 opposite Colon Post Office
COLON, Rep. of P.
The largest and most beautiful selection cf
well known imported fabrics on the Irthmufl.
Take advantage of this sale.
REDUCED TO Wo
STARTFD TUHDAY, MARCH 3
Store open 9 A.M.
In "Sexpot" Magali Noel out out-Bnrdots
Bnrdots out-Bnrdots Bri"itte in a swimming
episode. .Faye De Witt, who
was a big hit in George White's
Tvue at the Versailles, Joins he
Blue An?el bill March 3. . .The
film industry is worried about
the many gory gangster pictures
that have been costly floos. i. '.
The biggest American Invasion of
Russm to date: KOCK and noil
records. .Francoise Sagan, who
wrote three novels about Love,
'old an interviewer: "How can
vou explain how love hMpens
and whv?'. E)i2abth Taylor
wanted $750,000 plus 10 p. c. of
the gross 'oo star in Sbeilah Gra Graham's
ham's Graham's "Beloved Infldel," 20h
Centi'ry-fo exec? said No Deal.
. Noel Coward's most-quoted
crack about Palm Springs: "A
marvelous Place in the desert
where you can line on the sand
and look at the stars or vice (ver
Irs. Eisenhower went to Elizabeth
j-den's Arizona slimming ranch,
ae President made headlines, by
aking a 2,945-m le detour ia, the
Jolumbinfc tn dron hla wife, her
iister, Mrs. Gordon Moore, end
Mrs. Ellis Slater, wife of the Sea Sea-grim
grim Sea-grim distillery executive, at
This year with talk, of budget
balancing in th air, Ike was care careful
ful careful to send Mamie by train.
However, if you examine care carefully
fully carefully the small army of secretaries,
aides, bodyguards and signalmen
who also went. to Arizona, plus n n-rous
rous n-rous preparations, the taxpayers
will rind that tht reducing trip of
the popular First Lady will cost
them several thousand.
"Operation Mamie" was com commanded
manded commanded by Col. Robert Schulz,
Ike'i military a de, who deployed
squads of White House function
aries, secret servicemen and loc
al police to project the likable lady
from her admiring public. Over
two dozen men, count ng those a
long the vay, were mobilized for
Mamie's personal guard.
curing nef. .two-day- stopover in
San Anfon.o, private line to the
White House was installed in her
$60-a-day su'te. and an Army ser ser-geant
geant ser-geant wa dispatched all the way
from Washington to man th switch
board. The 1 same convenient tele-
pnone service was provided for her
The taxpayers were snared the
expense, however, of the private
Pullman Can which trundled her
across country. Instead of the 16
first-class fares which a wivate
car costs, Mamie paid only for
oerseu ana ner sister, Mrs. Moore.
Of course, the taxnaveri-nalrl
ior me transportation of her func
mnaries who d d not travel in
The railroad. eat around the law
which requires them to charge
18 farfes, by claiming the private
cars were neaaed in Mamie's di direction
rection direction anyway, i
a southern Railway vice presl
dent, FredSmlth, "just happened'
to be traveling by private car
New Orleans. There by strange
coincidence: a Southern Pac'fic ex
cutive also "happened" to be wait
ing in another private- car going
to Phoenix. By another strange
coincidence, they- "happened" lo
have business in San An'onio for
the two days that Mamie wanted
to stay there en route.
Naturally, favors of this kind u
sually call for reciprocal favors,
which was why the Railroad Act
was passed in the f rst place for forbidding
bidding forbidding free pas$es. ; : '
And by accepting the railroad's
nospitauty, tne. rirst Lady may
una nerselr in the middle of
future Ta'lroad. strike, ifor,. while
she was crossing the "country the
railroads called for a presidential
commission to study railroad pro problemsa
blemsa problemsa calculated maneuver to
bring Ike into the threaten ng labor
The Ra'lroad Brotherhoods were
quick to note that the overtures
to Ike came while Mamie was tra traveling
veling traveling in private Pullman cars
largely at the railroads expense
ECONOMY AT HOME
Ike's economy edit for budget
balancing did not apply to his good
will trip to Mexico. Significally,
the President ordered the govern
ment per diem expense allowance
ra sed from $9 to $23 a day just
for the period when the White
House staff wa to stay in the
swank hotels of Acapuico.
I' eD. li an order went out irom
Budget Director Maurice Stans
changina the maximum per diem
rate for Acapuico, Mexico, from
$9 to $23. This amendment shall be
effe'ctlve untl Feb. 22, 1959, after
which date the rate of $9 shall
apply again." The White House
party left Acapuico to return to
Washington- Feb. 21. i
Almost every government offi
cial who travels must of necessity
spend more thpn the $9 allotted
for government travel. They wish
tney got tne same special allow
ance Ike gave ms staff at Acapui Acapuico.
co. Acapuico. ;
BATTLI OP BRICKLAYERS
The Br'ckUyers' Union has now
offered $1,000 to anyone who' can
Show that the bricklayers are
in question. .
-' atn, ifff niV"fla1i7n that 1n
Making a stafWetojwbjch Is tin-
true and wh eh reflects. ridlscredit
upon and tends to damage the re reputation
putation reputation of the Bricklayers, Mason
ndr,PUsterfTa InternaUoneU V;
nioff ofAmeM end its members
throughout the; nation, you have
assumed a serious responsiblity.
''It. is suggested that you ava 1
yourself of your earliest opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to inform your membership
tha ypu were in error."
, The letter was signed by John
J. Murphy, secretary of the Inter
CALLS FOR PRAYERS
, MELBOURNE. Australia (UPI)
Evangelist, Billy Graham called
for world-wide prayers Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday niht for U.S. Secretary "f
State John Fester Dulles, British
Prime Minister Harold Maemilln
and oiter statesmen working for
peace. Hie American nvsntfeli t
addressed a crow dof 25,000 per
sons in Sydney.
rr : T
REAL WEATHER GUIDE
MOSCOW (UPlwrha weathot
Matched 'he diplomatic atmoi-
nhere hern veiterdav SI It has
throughout Prime Minister Harold
M.icmillan'a 10-day vui? it was
sunnv and mild when Macmillan
arrived Feb. 21.' It turned cold
and snowed when the friendly
talks went Into a deep-freeze over
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev's
tough a p t e e h .On Berlin last
week, But the Russians .softened'
their attitude and the weather
turned. When Macmillan left for
home, there was a thaw in the air
and not a cloud in the sky.
Direct C. Z, Deliveries fct
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAJLT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1959
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Modern Art Barred
From U J Exhibit" ;
WASHIGTONr(UPI) t-' T e
Knat FArtffn Relations Commit
tee" wa -aMured yesterday that
. the $3,600,000 U.S. exmmuon pian
Bed for Moscow; hi auramer
J wont e-lop-heavy with' rock J.'n
rolL- or: jnoderasuo pmungs.4
George, V,' Allen, director of lae
t United States Information Service,
. and,: Harold i'C.' McClellan,. South
ernCalifornia industrialist whr js
managing the exhibit,,- predicted
, that more than 3,50,000 wide-eyed
' Russians,-would visit the exhibit.
McClellan added that he hoped
to return 500,(xx) acout erue-seventh-of
the cost to the Treas-'
iury irom-gaw receipts in me wx wx-veeka
veeka wx-veeka exhibition in Sokolniki
Ptirk and the subsequent sale Of
the buUdingsif -'v'k". i'..
In turn, the Russians will stage
their own' exhibit in the. .New
, York Coliseum starting June 28.
i TneV'shows-5 are part m a broad
cultural exchange agreement be between
tween between the two nations. V
. Allen i and McClellan told Sen,
Hubert S Humphrey (D Min.)
. that the exhibit's musical fare
would v include' "American symphonies-
w well as jazfc." "Live"
cultural attractions, they, added,
will jange irom the Jerome Bob Bobbins:
bins: Bobbins: ; dancers -to comedian Danny
Kaye., : v
Sen. Theodore Francis Green
(D-R.I,') was assured that a com committee
mittee committee of top art authorities,
named by the White House, will
pick1 the SO American paintings
for the exhibit ; k
''I'm ,' surprised they could find
50. good vones," remarked Chair
. man JA William F.ulbright (D-.ArU.'--
Several committee members ob observed
served observed that U.S. art exhibits at
the; Brussels Fair came under
heavy criticism, particularly those
viui a. moaermsuc unge.
(Xg&ft Home style
f 1 I Lasagna
A ; Served
JL ; I y at all hours
With every Italian dish
' a cup of DAGO RED
WINE ON THE HOUSS
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
To Pay Incoihe Tax
" NEW YORK, March SWUPI)
Former would welterweight cham champion
pion champion Johnny Saxton.. washed up It
28, has admitted three small-time
robberies in order to get money to
pa y-'bBck- income taxes, police re
i "I wouldn't lutve" done this if I
didn't need the money," said Sax-
ton last nieht rffter he was arrest
ed for stealing 55.45 "worth of goods,
from the Queens apartment of Mrs.
"I made a quarter of a million
dollars as S fighter, and now I owe
$16,000 in taxes," the Negro boxer
said, "Three years, ago I was
champ .and now I haven't got a
Police aiq Saxtpn admitted rob--bing
-tWJ-'' other apartments in
Queens Feb. 20 of some cheap jew
elry. He was booked for felonious
assault and carrying a weapon
pending investigation of the bur-'
Detective Harry Shields said
Saxton "worked like a profession professional"
al" professional" ringing apartment doorbells
until he found one that did not an answer.
swer. answer. Then he "would make his en-,
try Jby way of the fire escape.
Urpes Big Fleet
Of Atomic Subs
.. "i I-
'.WASHINGTON (UPI) An
atomic submarine skipper urged
the -government yesterday to
build a big fleet of low-cost nuclear-powered
submsrines to keejp
Russia's undersea fleet out of this,
country's ocean waters.
The ; proposal was made by
Cdnt. Richard B." Laning, former
commander of the atomic sub
Seawolf, at a Navy league sea
power symposium. Laning now is
assigned to the office of Adm. Ar Ar-leigh
leigh Ar-leigh A. .Burke, chief of naval op operations.
He said a fleet of "small atomic
subs, coupled with other anti antisubmarine
submarine antisubmarine warfare develonmenls,
might even mak;eRussia lose in interest
terest interest in submarines as an effec effective
tive effective weapon against the United
Other speakers at the sympor
sium have warned tat the Soviet
sub menace was growing and
that, America had' to: move fast
just to keep even.
Laning said it was ironical the
United States, as the world's
greatest seapower, had thousands
of "ships exposed to attack by
Russia- which is .essentially a
great land power,
Hte said "if this country could
mount a suficient threat it could
keep Russian : submarines from
leaving. .their portsaf 5.,?-,'ih ..-
cbnvinced" ltnJ thafisnbinarinps
need not be -big and that for anti antisubmarine
submarine antisubmarine work i there could be
designs cheaper to. build in
greater numbers," he said,
Vice Adm;' R.B. Pirie,' deputy
chief of naval operations for air,
said the. Navy was seeking detec detection
tion detection devices which ; would enable
aircraft to spot a submarine 50
to 75 miles away.4
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TUE LECTURE ROOM of the Canal Zone Junior-College building was the. scene of the 14th annual "initiation-sembly" of the Phi Theta Kappa fraternity yesterday
; Judge Gulhrie F. Crowe was the featured guest speaker of the morning. Those appearing above are (1. to r.)' James Whitman. Sponsor Subert Turbyfill, Tennie Spur Spur-,!
,! Spur-,! lock, Anita Schneider", Na.ncy';$hedd(; Gloria Tait, Frances Paige, Brian Cox, Judge Crowe, Cesar Kiamco, Rochelle Head, Patricia Everett, Barbara Elich, Eileen
Oamerau,. Nancy Bryant, Laureli Butters, President Roberto Chan, and Don .Alexander.
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StSk NEW YORK
ON TIMES SQUARE AT RADIO CITY
Alfred Law), Gen. Mgr.
A ZECKENDORF HOTEL
on El Panama
35$ per Round 18 Holes
Jim Deslondes, Jr. Manager
GEO, F. NOVEY, INC.
Aye cinfeal; 279
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fti-PUTT GOLF COURSE
HORMIGON, S. A.
is happy to announcib
a new (iiversion for its guests
: '$ and local patrons
PUn-PUH MIHIATURE GOLF COURSE
i "t 18 holen all-watlier caroet coif
: ; opening
Hotel trroundg J
Hotel grounds 35 per rc
I -i i Jim De Londei. : Jrr L
1" and HalSandw 4' -.v,-.;
. .'. ..".'. . TT.
AGENCIAS DE SEDAS
Juan A. Jimenez Street N? 12
Takes pleasure in congralulaling
PUTT PUTT GOLF COURT on
their inauguration day.
PACEMAKER IN PAINTS
No. 1 Vta Espana
PUTT-PUTT GOLF COURSE
Another achievement of
R. BIL0NICIC S.A.
Catrasquilla 641 TEL. 3-7180
P. O. Box 995
PORRAS j ClA.
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THUTRSDAT, MAECH 5, 1959
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- MAS. PIGGY MACMURRAY MAlDlN FIT1D
AT DINNER PARTY IN I ELLA VISTA
Mr. and Mr. Jack Mercer will entertain at dinner party at
their residence In tella Vista thii evenlni In honor o Mrs. f y
! MatMurray Maiden, who it visiting en the Isthmus with her mother,
; M;r. Marguerite MeeMurray.
lenefit Sal By
omn's Vesper Circle
. The Women i Veiper Circle of
!he Qafaboa Union church will
iioid a rummage sale Saturday at
Suliding 51, tormerly occupied by
Itids to Navigation. The oulldlng
lai been rented Dy the church for
Islass use and public affairs.
Mrs. E. E. Siern. chairman, has
announced that the sale will open
t 9:30 a.m. and will commence
through the afternoon. Those wish wishing
ing wishing to make contributions may
call her at 6-374
fclayton Oficers' Wives
Meet For Coffee
Mrs. Richard Uowell, president
of thu -Fort Clayton Otlicers'
Wives Club, presided at, a co.tee
and buslnew meeting Tuesday
morning at the Clayton Officers
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Percy Laming, Mrs. E. F.
Cavaleri, Mrs. William Wells
and Mrs. E. J. Steckler.
Guests who were introduced in included
cluded included Mrs. Allard, guest of Mrs.
B. E. Adams, and Mrs. A. Richter,
a new member and guest of Mrs.
Ft. E. Pafenberg, Mrs. Sutherland
and Mrs. Morgan.
. During the business meeting,
flans were made lor the club lo
Sponsor teenage dances bi-monthly.
Members voted to make dona
tions to Girls' and Boys' State.
Mrs. Jack Ernst addressed the
club, asking for volunteer worl
en and equipment for the Thrift
Meets At Perk
The regular monthly meeting of
the Atlantic Side Newcomer's
Club was held last week at Police
man's Park. During the closed
meeting, the revision of the conn
titution and by-laws were discus
Mrs. W. Pollard won the door
prize, and refreshments were
served by the co-hostesses, Mrs.
J Roane and Mrs. D. J. Boniface.
Members attending were Mrs.
M. Nolle, Mrs. J. Borgstrom. Mrs.
J. Dotson, Mrs. B. Dure?, Mrs. P.
Judson, Mrs. C. Himes, Mrs. S.
Chichester, Mrs. W. H. Vantlne.
Mrs. J. Frazier. Mrs F. Lesovsky.
Mrs. D. Keelean, Mrs. George
Henning, Mrs. W. Pollard, Mrs. R.
Mrs. E. J. Berger. Mrs. F. Lant.
Mrs. T. W. Gove, Mrs. W. Whit Whit-sell,
sell, Whit-sell, Mrs. R. Moore, Mrs. E. Da Daniel,
niel, Daniel, Mrs. D. Eqlmgton, Mrs. E.
Van Buskirk, Mrs. Von Free
man, Mr'. Lyl Roush. Mrs. J.
Rnane Mrs. D. Bonif?ee. Mrs
W. H. Reinheimer arid Mrs. L.
"Registration Ballroom Dance Classes"
BEGINNERS ONLY (MEDAL GROUP)
CLASSES FOR ALL AGES 6 Yrs. to 19 Yrs.
SAT. MAR. 7th FROM 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
STUDIO IN WIRZ BLDC. NEXT TO K. OF C.
"SPECIAL' 24 hR. LESSONS $12.00
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE "SPECIALIST"
HARNETT & DUNN
HOTELES INTERAMEMCaHOS, S. a.
TbV ShkrtholSers of Hoteles Interamericanos, S. A.,
are hereb" notified that the annual meeting; of share shareholders
holders shareholders will he held at 8:00 p.m., Saturday. March 14.
1959, at Hotel E) Panama, Via Espana No. 111. Panama
City, Republic of Panama, for the following purpose:
1 Annual report of the President.
2 Approval of inventories and Balances for
the year 1958.
3 Election of the Board of Directors.
4 Any other matter duly presented to the As As-l
l As-l ecmbly.
Among tecent guests at the Pa Pa-namonte
namonte Pa-namonte Inn at Boquete hava
been Mils MarixenU Duque, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Fldanquo, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Halmai., Mr, and
Mrs. Altamlrano Duque, Mariano
J, Otelia, Rogello 0. de Parades
Juan H. Ehrman and Angel 0.
Orlmas of Panama; C. D. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Kramer and fami family,
ly, family, Robert C. Addlltt and Mllo D.
Pastel of the United states.
CONTINUED ON fkGt FIVE)
The Atlantic Side Scout Lead,
ers Roundtable meeting will be
held Monday evening at T:S0 at
the, Margarita Club House, second
Pfcific Coin Coltctors
The regular monthly meeting of
the Pacific Coin Collectors Club
will he held Tueadav evening: at
7:30 at the USO-JWB In Balboa.
All oersons interested in coin
collecting are invited to attend.
Atlantic Camera Club
The regular meeting of the
Black and White Division of the
Atlantic Camera Club will be held
next Monday evening at 7:45 in
the club rooma at Mount Hope.
fitiflit toeaker will be Noel
Proudfoot of Panama City, who
will discuss "Big Enlargements
from 35 Millimeter Black and
Guests are welcome.
Mem hem are reminded to
chose prints for the April compe competition.
tition. competition. The deadline for the annual
salon is Monday.
Red China, N.K.
LONDON (UPI) Communist
Chin? and North Korea accused
the United Nations yesterday of
insincerity in its s'and on a Ko Korean
rean Korean settlement.
The two Communist states also
charged the United States had
In'roduced "large quahtit'es of
new type weapons, including
atomic weapons, into South Ko-re-."
The charge were contained in
i note from Communist China
and North Kjrea, replying to a
British note of Dee.-, 1958, wh'ch
transmut ed to the Chinese "' the
text of a U.N. resolution on Korea.
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THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Klllgalltn
where ha seeks to lift morale oi
Bowery derelicta by s i n g i B I
hymns for them, ,Klm Novate
was a .beautiful and a ten.lve ten.lve-member
member ten.lve-member of the audience at "Las
Balletf Afrt"slns" th other night.
FrankUn D. Roosevelt Jr. plans
to make his debut as a aporU. car
racer in the Sabring Orand Prix
la Florida on March 21. He'll pi pilot
lot pilot a snappy Italian model, a Flat
Arbath, .Marion Brando nas
flipped over Plna Pelilcer's per
formaoce m his current film pro project.
ject. project. "One Eyed Jacks" and hi
enthusiasm means she'll be op op-Honed
Honed op-Honed for three more movies by
his firm, Ptnhybaker Productions
. .New Twosome: beautiful Joan
Van Pelt and handsome Boo
Haymei. . Francois Sagau's
brother Jacques Quoiiez, fell mad
ly in love with cooctrt pianist
Phiiippa Schuyler when they met
in the Congo and. ioUowed her
from Braiiavllle ot Accra and
Abidjan .Jill Corey It reading
(or a Broadway show.
. Col. Camilo de Cieniuteos, Cas
tro's army chieftain 'n New Yonc
to make a pi -oh for Cuban tour tourism
ism tourism has a real scorcher of a last
name tn Espanul, It means, One
Hundred Fires.' (cool, on, uao.i
. .Susan Hayward is the big
favori't of the Hollywood betUn
when 'hey discuss the candidates
for best aciress in the Oscr race
And i most of the prognostica'ars
think David Nlvam will get the topi hero sandwkh parlor have
male award, Decause ne a Deen tneir Kockeieiter-named special special-around
around special-around for such a long time, mak- ities off the menus. ."The Ui Ui-ing
ing Ui-ing such attractive contribu ionssenchanted" is on two-ferns. The
Juanita Hill ii on thi mend
after i bout with influenza. .
A tune tiled "Ain't A-Hankerin'
from "Alias Jesse James" Ugur
es to be the blfliest tonl hit from
a Bob Hop flicker since luttens
and Bows." It may hive IS record recorded
ed recorded versions in the disc shops be before
fore before the picture opens on Mirch
Don Rondo cancelled his pro projected
jected projected tour of England at the last
minute in fact, at the airport just
ai he was set to board a trans transatlantic
atlantic transatlantic plane. Suddenly money
problems developed, and he sia
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Opening lead-- X
When Generous George jumped
a tnree nearta ne knew ne
to the art of the cinema, ana
there's lots of time ahead for the.
younger shpas like Paul Newman
even though Paul did turn in two
devastating performances during
Half the night clubs in town that
are looking for publicity are giv
ing out the news that they're
trying to rent the premises sue to
be vacated by El Morocco next
Summer. Actually, the landlord of
the East 54th St. 'building isn't
even considering most of them.
Edith Piaf's Intimates say her ill
ness was aggravated by distress
over her current romance. He's a
young fellow in his twenties, and
they supected he was giving her
heart problems when she failed o
attend a recent important fume
tion honoring her compatriots.
Members of the Sardi Set are
shaking their heads over the news
that one of the most competent of
the stage and screen sLars was
ejected from an East Side restaur
ant when the owner of the place
caught htm taking the needle in
the men's lounge.
Sascha Disel and Raotil Levy,
Bngitie Bardot s fiance and cine
ma producer, respectively and
and as far as anybody can figure
out are the top-ranking feud in
Paris. Sascha blames. Levy for
spreading the word that Brigitte is
seriously interested in ano her
man, and is threatening all kinds
of dramatic reprisals.
TV fans are a precious com commodities
modities commodities and Walter Brennan
doesn't want to lose any. He's a
lovable character in his own
weekly video aeries, but they st
him as a mean old man in ihe mo
vie "Rio Bravo" so he played the
flicker part "in disguise" took
out his false teeth, uppers and low
ers. .Jerome Hines, the Metrpo Metrpo-litan
litan Metrpo-litan Opera's impressive basso,
con be neard for free on Skid Row
overbiddine a little but Geerffe
likes to overbid and give his oppc-
ed. .rable-for-two'ing at Bruno? There was no problem about
Pen and Pencil: Jmogene coci North's raise to" game or abot't
ana Micxey ueems. I West's 'opehinff lead' of the king
. ,,. .,.., of clubs., ;
j Gadtopks Department: To un- George wu gfnerbus enough to
aeraiana now uov, v Rocaeieuer W6A Bold ?tBat trtCKV He won
popularity : hat nosedived stner the next lead of the suit came to
election diy, you have only hm own hand by ruffing a thirrtj
maKe a tour or ne liower nas.. ciut andiiea a KW trump.
Side neighboorhoods, where he onoV West played the nine and George
vnmtJitKiuea mui swn uuv.uus su smuea sweeny ai mm ana remara remara-cess.
cess. remara-cess. TWO delicatessens and oni edr "What a nice little card. Any
one else Woud play the queen
trom cummy, Dut.i am going to
let that nine hold. Of course, your
partner may not be as generous
as i am."'
Suiting the action to the word,
George played the five from dum dummy
my dummy and East had to play his singlu
The rest of the play was unim unimportant
portant unimportant Georgs lost a trick to the
ace of trumps, but that was all.
His generous play hadf been a
beauty. : . .: .
He could not lose the hand if
i rumps were going to break 2-2.
He would have los if West had
played the nine from ace-klnsj
nine, but George was willing to
pay off to a West playet who could
match his own generosity.
handsome new checkroom attend
ant at the Embers very Rarry-more-isfti
in looks is an "at li liberty"
berty" liberty" actor, Alexander Gunlher.
Birdland's benefit bash to Oscar
Pettiford raised a sum cloie lo
$2,000. .Leslie Crane, the model,
is being courted by Henry-Ginsberg,
former heid of Paramount.
Colonel Tom Parker, JElvig Pros Pros-ley's
ley's Pros-ley's man, his a marveloui
scheme, his chums hint; he may
arrange for theatres across the
nation to carry a closed-circuit
telecast of Elvis' discharut from
the Army In i960 (Why not.' It
should be soinetning like Winh-
lngton farewell address to his ot
ficers, shouldn t it?). . t Mickey
Mantle's success w.th his bowline
alley has inspired Sammy K.,vh to
Ro into the san. business. e s
just clos. .' a deai to buy a b g
bow'erif in Bostoa.
Co On Strike
NEW YORK-(UPIKMore than
1,000 gravediggers went on strike
today against nine Cemeteries in
New" York City and Westchester
The Cemetery Workers and
Green attendants Union called
the strike early today after a 14 14-hour
hour 14-hour mediation session filled to
resolv a wage dispute.
Affected by the walkout were
five Jewish and four non-sectarian
cemeteries. The union contin continued
ued continued negotiations with nine Romin
Cemeteries, which also have been
threatened with a strike.
A union spokesman said the
Strike was called because the
cemetery operators refused to'lc to'lc-cept
cept to'lc-cept the union's offer to submit
U issues to arbitration.
top. quality meat
makes the difference
When you feed your dog Kin-L-Ratlon, you U gf'
ing him the same quality meat that yott could Mb
yourself. Open a can and you'll Bee the difference .
lots of flavorful tender meat. You are lurt pf quality,
bexstUM Ken-L-Ration used only the choicest grade
of U. S. Government inspected cute. This means more
of the proteins, vitamins and minerals your dog nMda ;
Ken-L-Ration is economical too! Get soma) today ai
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Y6u, SoutW, hold:
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eertainly wurt U be in vskaci
but want 1 leave tke saajoa1
knits n 'la Ma yeorawrtaer
wante to bid one. '
C TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding lias started the
sam way as; in the 'previous
'question. You; South, hold:
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steve Allen lewis
FERftll.kY, La. (UPI)-ti5cK
'n' roll .-tin st r Jerrv I ee Lcvii
announced Monday he lias Sunied
his 4-day O't! son tor ie'evlsion en en-tertainei
tertainei en-tertainei Steve Alien Lewis VJ
he chose me ham- Sieve Alien
Lewis because "I apprccia e all
Steve Allen has done for.me;'
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23 Symbol for
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44 Tradition of
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lo Revise House $
Insurance Tax Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Senate Finance, Committee' was
urged, yesterday to revise the
House ', passed me insurance tax
bill to give struggling' smill com com-pinlei
pinlei com-pinlei a better weak.
prei'dent : of the Vnlon ,. Central
life Insurance Co,, suggested In
creasing tne v tax deduction tor
some 600 companies k with less
than five million dollars In as assets,
sets, assets, -v i ..Cx$'-:-
"When today's larae comoanles
were getting, started, from ue
year? to 'tojrc: tAkh .'.'.It thttoT
ago, there wi; ;nd .'Income taxei
whatever ihd' vtry ; llt'le of any
her-uklnd, of taxe?; Loyd said.
"What win broooie ,ji that'''iof
day'iv-beginners 'heflvioa some
thtagr of i break innUielr forma
tive years; so that the tbo may
nave ineir cnance to aeveion,-
'Lloyd was Ont of a number ot
before the committee to voice ob
Jeetiom to certau features in the
Solon Asks Senate
To Find Out
About 11 Airmen
WASHINGTON fUPI) Sen.
Vance-Hartke (D-Ind.) asked the
Benae Foreign Relations Com Commit
mit Commit ee yesterday to try to f'nd
out what hannened to 11 raissine
u.s. airmen allegedly shot down
by the Russians last Sep:.' 2.
Hartke said be partcularly was
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CHICAGO Edward D. Eddv
Jr., vice president of the Univer
sity of New Hampshire, asserting
that most of the nation's collese
students have a narrow r view of
"To the thinking man. morality
should be more encompassing,
should include integrity, Justice,
self-discipline and altruism t'';, :
HOLLYWOOD .Debbie Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, on her divorce from Eddie
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HOLLYWOOD Conjedim Bud
Abbott, on learning of the death
of-lsvexpar!ner Lou Coitellot
"What can 1 layt What can 1
Mil It'i the worst thinsf that
ever nippenea,:' r,wr-wu.9-.Lmu
.... ,.; v itsU
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entering a 1 hospitarior treatment
and then 1 would have been In
real trouble." : f,a'
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In Columbine III
WASHINQTON (UPI)-Mn. Ml.
mie Eisenhower w 11 return from
her s'ay :t a plush Phoenix, Ark.,
beauty resort aboard the presiden-
.The White House aaid yaiterdiV
that the plant will, pick up Mrs.
Elsenhower ind her sister late
th's week on its Way back o
Washington from the Welt Coast.
The presidential plane has been
undergoing a regular service in inspection
spection inspection by technicians of Lock-
leeking Information about Airman heed Aircraft.
James E. Ferguson of Kingsford Mrs. Eisenhower and her sister.
Heightl, Ind., whose family told Mrs. G. Gordon Moore, have been
mm tne wnite House nas jiven
them no tenlv to a tlea fori in
at Elizabeth Arden's exdus ve
Maine Chanci health resort near
Phoenix 'Since Feb. 15.
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THTRSDAT, MARCH 1. 15S 1
Panama'! 'Rock Master1 trot
'.entertained last week for pallet
lit Gorgai Hospital. Arrangemen
for the program were made by th
'Jtad Cross field Director, ;
Member of the group Include
- i m mm
Jiol Coasi Group"
Sunday Al Galun :
iThe Gold Coait Orchid Society
Jilt announced that on Sunday It
Mil have another exhibit of
exotic orehldi and other bontin bontin-icals
icals bontin-icals that In proliflo bloom at thli
time of the year.
. Theae annual exhlblta have to
bther years attracted larje
crowds and proved to be a gala
fcvent for everyone intereited in
beautiful flowers. '" rv
Thi year'i exhibit -will be non non-iompetltlve.
iompetltlve. non-iompetltlve. Each member will
hrrange his own display, and the
general public will be the sole
I Each yeare quality and varle.
ty ot orchid plants exhibited by
Joeat grower! have Improved.' Also
there lr a large Increase In the
. humber of choice botanicals In
fearly every collection These add
ariety and interest to the exhibit.
-Among the potted plants and
osusl displays of cut flowers,
there will be also a cultural, edu edu-eationaland
eationaland edu-eationaland novelty display.
Servicemen and their families
is well as the general public of the
Canal Zone and Panama are lnvlt
ed, to attend. Shutter buga are
Breed to come before 12 noon.
L,The exhibit will remain .open
until 8.00 p.m. at the Orchid Sev Seventy's
enty's Seventy's home building T-100 Gatun,
directly in the rear of. fire house.
'Visitor's should follow direct
.tonal signsi Ample parking space
it provided in the area of the
exhibit.' -. 'i
McElroy Vlll Slay
arards Cosca. Alberto E. Phil-
is, Jose I. Cabetas, Luis Qulros
ad Margarito Dolandes.
.tlentle Side Art league
larta Weed Carving Class
Thecanai Zona Art. League.
tlantic Side, has anfioounced'
lans for a wood carving class to
itart Saturday afternoon from to
1 at the League's Gatun workshop.
A I Wilt M.Vi. nrlll inhn. k
course, will hold edstration and
discuss examples of wood carving,
equipment and materials needed
at tne first session.
The Art League Is sponsoring
the classes to stimulate interest In
this type of art. All members and
any other interested persons. In
cluding teenagers, are Invited to
21 Missing As Fire
LITTLE ROCK. Ark. March 8
(UPI) --Authorities report 21
boys missing: today in an early early-moraine
moraine early-moraine lira that destroyed a one
story nrick veneer dormitory at
the 'Arkansas Nearo Hove Indus
trial School, 11 miles south of Little
Rock. ': .
L. R. Games, the sunerin endent
said some bodle could be seen in
the flames, but he could nut say
how many of the missing may
Gaines said about 70 boy were
tewed in the building, all sleeping
in a "barracks" room on one
side V the structure.' It is one of
10 buildings on tne campus of the
school for delinquent boys.
It, is near the small central-Arkansas
town of Wrightaville.-
The blae was reported at s a.m.
It is believed to have started
from defective wiring In the care
taker a room.
Gaines said the building, built
in 1038. was In a run-down condi
tion. : ,;..-;..,
The Little Rock fire department
sent one truck to the scene.
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THE PANAMA CANAL Monday entertained one of its largest aingle groups of visitors outside of passengers frorri cruise ships
when 300 members of the social Security Employe's Association of Panama visited Miraflores Locks. The group was headed by
AlXonarf Herrera y Franco, President of the Association. After watching the lockage of several vessels and hearing an explana explanation
tion explanation of the locks operations, the visitors boarded the ferryboat President Porras for e. trip from Pedro Miguel to Oamboa. Fol Following
lowing Following the partial transit, the visitors were escorted by Spanish-speaking guides through the Miraflores Filtration Plant.
SrtoAStniwflTQN 7UP11 PresU
dent Eisenliover said yesterday
he ,hd no douDt. ueienae wre
tmfv M.vt. McElroy would fore'
g his deiira to return tp. private
lire 'i me worioi .aiHatiue, Jiuuwf
4 MoElroy wonts to- return to h's
post at .precttet Camble before
the end of the Eisenhower admin
letration -for. private.-reasons. e
late jthis- ear,:?; r-tv &
,:k'faiMii&':'M' iAA at his
news conferenoe that 'there, was
some feeling tha if another busi business
ness business executive it chosen as Me
Elroy's successor, he barely
would have time to learn his jib
before the end of the administra administration.
tion. administration. .: ..
, Eisenhower repl'ed somewhat
obliquely, saying he had been. ab
salutely jatlsfiec with McElroy's
Kvice and,, would keep him at
I as he could.
f-Se said McElroy warned him
.when he took the defense post
that he might not be able to stay
until the end of the adm'nlstra adm'nlstra-thm.
thm. adm'nlstra-thm. But tha President said ha
didn't, doubt a bit that McElroy
would stay on if the international
situation tightened up appreciably.
tyASHINGTM ,xJ!PI- Chair Chair-man
man Chair-man Emahuel teller of the House
Judiciary Committee said
yesterday the Jtwiice Depart Department
ment Department should be given this task of
enforclna achoofnteitratlon be
cause ejewrienee has'ishowtr the
federal courts can't tio the job.
. The New York Democrat called
on Congress to shift responsibility
for enforcement of the Supreme
uourvs um aesegregation ruung
at the openlna of House hearings
on new civil rights proposals.'
Celler also heads the judiciary
subcommittee which began hear hearing
ing hearing testimony on a long list of
civil rights bills, includine pro
posals by Celler and by Prewsi
The all-northerfl group was ex expected
pected expected to recommend a fairly
strong bill to the full committee.
House southerners conceded it
would be hard to block committee
action,' but vowed to fight wher wherever
ever wherever possible.' i
Celler urged approval of his
own bill which would permit the
Justice Department to Initiate In Integration
tegration Integration plans as a last resort
and start court, .nctian .to enforce
tnim; s TtA
Before such action would be
taken, however, the- bill would
provide legal, technical and finan financial
cial financial assistance to: help school dls-trlota-4o.the.integratioajeio
selves. themselves. Senate liberals are back backing
ing backing a, similar,, bil, which has not
yet been called up for hearings.
Celler warned .against attempts
to delay civil rights action this
year. He said a slowdown would
only increase "passions'" on the
"Let that whi'en must ne done,
be done, so that the unity of the
country (may) be; restored," Cel Celler
ler Celler said.
The subcommltee's ranking
Republican member, Rep. Wil William
liam William M. McCulloch (Ohio)i; pre presented
sented presented the case for the Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower less stringent seven-point pro proposal.
posal. proposal. He conceded the adminis administration
tration administration bill was "no panacea" but
said It would promote under understanding
standing understanding and still protect civil
McCulloch ssid a prpvision -to
require local official! to keep Vot Voting
ing Voting records for three ;years and
We take this meant to vearn out client
about the appearance in fanamQ i,Clty
and other totvnt In the Republic of an
insecticide which' It on tale under the
name of BLACK FLAG.
TWs product comes in cases vith English labels ind ;its a5h
content Ippean to be the OLD FORMULA of tliis insecticide S.
which does NOT contain Dieldrin and for that reason is ;
': ; tasasH stssa m "k
NOT completely effective.
, Thut, an unfair advantage t$ being taken of the good, witt
mid nrtiferenr th rnntiim.nr htu olltiavi thown fort-' ;K-n
r. y ri Tj "r T. 5,
k rttp i'M irri i .. ifl?t fiTff
Sri :f vwitU'Sptmsn taoeis; -v:'-, f
, mi :,twmt purcnaseri sn9aia?arw 0;.
kSv ll l-' 'Wi th tenuini), lbmpleti
AGEKCIAS OTIS McAUISTER, S. A.
permit Justice (Department in spec
tlon of them (would) "nip -In the
bud' southern attempts to block
the Civil Rights Commission from
investigating voting rights viola
tions, '! :i".Y' OtK
He said it also would give
"congressional sanction" to the
1954 Supreme Court -ruling by
maklnfl interference with court in-
tegrationorders a violation of fed
Rep. Adam C. Iowefl (D-N.V.)
said the Civil Rights Commission
should be made permanent. He
urged a federal law against dis discrimination
crimination discrimination in employment and
housing, repeal of all state poll
taxes and emergency powers for
the president In the field of racial
said Iresident Eisenhower should
limm ah ovfliMitlvn OrdAP nuttintf
off federal aid to school districts
which "defy" the court's desegre desegregation
gation desegregation decision. Federsl fund go
to schools overcorwded by chil children
dren children of federal workers, whether
integrated, or not.
Bepc.flicnara a. roti (K-va.j
He 'said further civil rights legis legislation
lation legislation should be held back at thi
time. a '."--t '.'i" "'! ,'.Y fs.
tantiy out graceiuuy yieiaeo jn
Its attempt to block any Integra Integra-4inn
4inn Integra-4inn til nuhli erhonla and now is
trying to work out a progra m to
"best accommodate ner peopie 10
the reaUtias of the exigency.'
Resigns En Masse
CAIRO (UPI) Premier lbra lbra-ki.
ki. lbra-ki. Ahhraist VBstorriav accented
the resignation of all memberi
of the revolutionary Jtmia mai
mil A UlvU WIV wunu av
than three months, the semi-oif-cial
Middle East News Agency
No reason was eiven for the
mass resignation of the Supreme
Council for the Armed Forces; of
the Sudan, or junta,, which Ab Ab-bOud
bOud Ab-bOud set up after seizing control
Of tne government, dissolving par parliament
liament parliament and suspending the con constitution
stitution constitution in a bloodless coup last
The Supreme Council was com
posed of 13 high-ranking army
oiiicers, including seven wno neia
(At the time of the coup, West Western
ern Western observers regarded Abboud'
moves as neither, pro Egyptian
nor amii-Westeru.) A -A
Khartoum diapaton yeiterday
QUeoed Abboud as saying:
rrau aaaaaiavi. a va. niv wuf inv
Council of the Armed Forces pre
sented their resignations . I ac accepted
cepted accepted their resignations as of
today. A, mtetina of commanders
Of army units will be held Thurs
day night to dfocuss the situa
tlon. I appeal to all clUiens to
ignore rumors because the situs
lion is calm." -
: (Ut Monday, military detach
ments were seen at key oolnta in
Khartoum. Abboud denied rumors
then that troops, changing gam
sons had Staged a disturbance
while passing through the Suda Sudanese
nese Sudanese capital and that a number of
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THUUBSDAT, MARCH 5, 1951 M ,.
Rehabilitation Program For Pitcnery Going Good Sb FaS
Manager Thinks Club Will Be
Contender If Hurlers Bounce
Back From Lost Year' Of 58'
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 5 (UPI) It's so far so
good today for manager Walt Alston's program to
rehabilitate the Los Angeles Dodgers' pitching staff.
Cynics may add it's also "so
what?" but that's all right with
Alston, who thinks his pitchers can
make the Dodgers a contender by
rebounding from the "lost year'
of 1958 and approximating their
A few statistics teJ. the bitter
Story of Alston's big pri m las:
season. In 1957 the Dodders slaft
led the leasue with a 3 35 earned
run average ar,d 18 s'niioias vr,u?
niirWmc 44 r-nmrie' game?. One i
year laif virtually the same staff
had a 4.47 E.R.A.. worst in the
National League, and pitched on only
ly only seven shuiouu and three com complete
plete complete games.
Alston believe th I-os An;cies
Coliseum's tries fence helped to
destroy his p'-hcrs' confidence.
And so he is whooping it up today
after Don Drvsdale, Cavl Erskine
and Clem Labine turned in per performances
formances performances that would help the con confidence
fidence confidence of a bustier facing Ted
Williams with the bases loaded.
Drysdale,. Erskine ?-J Labine
combined yesterday to pitch a
1-0 victory over the "Long
Beach" qoad, a team made up
of veterani and farmhands. They
didn't i.How a single walk and
permitted only three singles n
the 7 Vi-inning game.
Erskine, 33, must be consider considered
ed considered a "long shot" comeback hance
because of arm trouble the last
two years but Drysdale and Labine
are good bets. Drysdale, picked to
be the league's No. 1 pitcher last
season, had a 12-13 record and a
4 16 E.R.A. Labine, one of the
league's top relief pitchers, had a
6-6 mark and a 4.15 E.RA
The Baltimore Orioles also re received
ceived received good news from a key
pitcher when Billy O'Dell report reported
ed reported his arm felt fine after a four
inning intra-squad game appear appearance.
ance. appearance. O'Dell, a 14 game winner
anri AllStar Game selection Last
year, left the Orioles in Septem September
ber September because of a "sore and tired
Bob Cerv of the Kansas City
Athletics, Pedro Ramos of the
Washington Senators and Dave
Philley of the Philadelphia Phillies
were the "big catches" in the contract-signing
Cerv, who batted .305, hit 38
homers and drove in 104 runs des despite
pite despite the fact he played more than
a month with a broken jaw, sign
TODAY ENCANTO .25 -.151
Tyrone Power in
"Witness for the Prosecution"
I Mark Stevens in
' "GUN FEVER"
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:15
1 in Color!
COCO SOLO' 7:00
j In Cinemascope!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"Tlie Trouble with Harry"
in Vista Vision & Color!
i (Repeat Rum
Ann Bh th
"THE KING'S CHIEF"
In Cinemascope fz Color
'NO TIM!-- hr SERGEANTS'
SANTA CRUZ 7:00 i
"Cattle Queen of Montana
CMP K1FRD 7:00
JEWELS OF BRANDENBURG
"I SHOT JESSE JAMES
CAP IT OLIO
. , Also: -FAR
ed for an estima.ed $32,50G to D2 D2-come
come D2-come the highest-paid player in
Kansas City history. 'Ihtn ne step stepped
ped stepped into the batting cage at West
Palm Beach, Fla., and hammered
a half dozer balls over the left
Ramos, a 14-;ame winner fr
the lasi-placo Senators, unclouhleu unclouhleu-ly
ly unclouhleu-ly won a good, raise. Outfielder
Jim Delsing. acquired dining tiie
from Detroit, is the oniy
Philley is believed to have
been boosted over the $20,000 $20,000-matk
matk $20,000-matk after a season in which he
hit .309 overall and .400 as a
pinch- hitter. Philley connected
for eight straight :iits at
one stretch last season to set a
big league mark.
In other camps: M.V.P. Jackie
Jensen and American League bai baiting
ting baiting champ Ted Williams were
idle during Bos; on Red Sox intra intra-squad
squad intra-squad game. ..San Francisco Giants
to send all-right-handed hitting
lineup against Cleveland's Herb
Score in Sunday exhibition open opener
er opener at Tucson, Ariz...Moe Drabows Drabows-ky,
ky, Drabows-ky, Art Ceccarelli Don Elston
pitched three scoreless innings
each in Chicasro Cub camp game.
Executive vice-president Birdie
Tebbet s joined general manager
Johnny McH a 1 e in Milwaukee
Braves canvass of infield. ers like
ly to be available in deals:. .man .manager
ager .manager rtl Lopez named rookies
Barry Latman, Rodolfo Arias and
Stover Mcllwair. to pitch -"ainst
Cincinnati on Saturday. ..American
Association batting champ Gordon
Windhorn homered in Yankees'
NAMED BACKFIELD COACH
DETROIT (UPI)-Bob Hicks,
former head football coach at De
Pauw University, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed defensive backfield coach
at the University of Detroit.
Hicks, 31, was an end at Penn
State during hi? colleee davs.
Jeff Kline Hurls 15-0
No-Hitter Against JC
r ; 1
Kline pitched the best game of
his ball career Tuesday night.
He faced 24 men, struck out 10,
issued only 2 free .passes, and
of course gave up no hits.
This game was not only Kline's
first no hit game of his high
school career, but also his first
The Green Devils used all their
pitchers but fireball Mead to try to
throttle the Canine bats. Trimble,
fresh from a win over Cristobal
started and fired 2 and 1-3 innings.
He allowed 4 hits and 5 runs. Big
Bill Gibson followed and was tag
ged for 7 hits and 9 runs in his 2
and 2-3 inning stint. Curve ball ar ar-iist,
iist, ar-iist, Fred Harley, finished the
The longest blow of the game
rang off the bat of Kline as he
belted a "Devil" offering to the
right field fence for his second hit
of the whole season.
Lem Kirkland put the most hits
together as he banged out four
singles in five trips to the plate.
Buzzy Rathgeber was actually the
leading hitter with a perfect night
at the stick hitting 2 for 2. John
Morris had another steady and
reliable night hitting 2 for 4.
Although the Bulldogs played
good physical baseball, it wa
their hustle and ability to jump on
opportunities that did the most
damage. J. C. pitchers walked a
total of ten Bulldogs and made
Spencer TRACY In
the Last hurrah!
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Ella RAINES in
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.UN SOLO VERANO
UNA NOCHE EN
- Also: -CARELESS
LAKELAND, Fa. (UPI) -Manager
Bill Norman Wednesday
named Pete Burnside, -"quisi-tion
from the San Francisco Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, to start on the mound for
the Detroit Tigers in their spring
exhibition opener Saturday against
,:.- c .. it Or
uie wasniiigum ocliuu
Burnside, a lanky left-hander
who pitched in Puerto Rico during
'he winter, will be backed up by
Bob Bruce, Don Lee, George
Spencer and Jim Stump.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI)
Gordon Windhorn, the 1958
American Association batting
champion at Denver, hit a home
run Wednesday to help the Sil Sil-veras
veras Sil-veras defeat :he Souchocks in a
six-inning New York Yankee mtra mtra-squad
squad mtra-squad game Wednesday, 5-2.
Windhorn, who has. a reputa reputation
tion reputation as a "singles hiti'er," sur-
i prisma the camp ry nuung oue in
I Tom Sturlivam's pitches on a line
' over the center-fielder's head in
the first inning for an mside-the-park
homer. A former Boston
Red Sox farmhand, Windhorn
presently is on the roster-ol the
Yankees' Richmond farm.
VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI). -Clem
Labine, Carl Erskine and
Don Drysdale displayed excep exceptional
tional exceptional spring control Wednesday
and combihed to pitch a 1-0 shut shutout
out shutout for the Los Angeles Dodgers
over their "Lonb Beach" squad.
The Dodgers have beea split
into three squads, the varsity,
Long Beach and Glendale teams
wi'h minor leaguers filling out
Labine, Erskine and Drysdale
gave up only three singles ana
did not walk a batter in the
7Vi inning game. Labine struck
out five in three innings and
Drysdale fanned four in three.
CLEARWATER, Fla. (UPI)
The Philadelphia Phillies solved
their final holdout problem Wed
nesday when utility player Dave
Philley came to terms after a
conference with general manager
rhilley, who received a raise
to above $20,000, set a major
league record last season by col
lecting eight straight pinch hits.
His seasonal average was .309, but
in 45 pinch-hitting appearances
he batted .400, the second best in
five errors that hurt their effort
a great deal.
Crawford and Pederson had one
ol their best nights in the field for
Charlie French, Frank Ammira Ammira-ti,
ti, Ammira-ti, and Gary Ness continued their
outstanding fielding work for the
aunaogs. Although French has
had his difficulties at the plate
this season, there isn't a better
fielding outfielder in the Canal
Zone. His ability to cover all reach
es ol center field will be missed
next year. Wee Willie Engelke
has his work cut out for him to fill
French's shoes next season.
The next lnterscholastic baseball
game will find JC playings CHS
on the Gold Coast timorrow.
Last game of the season will see
BHS and CHS meeting at Mt.
Hope March 10, next Tuesday.
The box score :
Engelke (4th) cf
Kirkland, c, fb
Pearl (4th, If
Schwa rzrock 3rd
Klipper, rf, 2b
Trimble p, fb
Harley, rf, p
MACHEN lACES VARGAS
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Eddie
Machen of Redding, Calif., will
ieet Rubin Vargas of San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco in a 10-round heavyweight
match in the Cow Palace April
29. Maqhen was dropped from the
ten 10 ranklngf when he was
knocked out in the first round by
Ingemar Johansson in Sweden.
with Van Heflin
... REVENGE OF
'with 'Peter Cushlng
The Junior High Track Meet held
yesterday afternoon in Balboa Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, produced several very
pleasant surprises. Outstanding
and record breaking performances
were turned in by Louis French of
Balboa Junior High with a 5.9 in
(he 50 yard dash and a 10.9 in the
100 yard dash.
Equally outstanding was the 3:50
in the 1320 yd. run by George Pat Patten
ten Patten of Cristobal Junior High and
17 ft. 4 in. in the Broad Jump by
Frank Peterson of Balboa Junior
These times, distances and per performances
formances performances turned in yesterday by
the intermediate athletes have al already
ready already broken many of the records
that are in existence from the 1958
Balboa Relays. Fans will receive
a special treat on March 13 and
14 when the Junior High athletes
will again turn in stellar perform
ances to match their big Drotner
Results of Junior High track
120 yd. low hurdles (17.7)
1st, Doug Aseron, Balboa; 2nd,
Robert Panzer, Balboa; 3rd, Al
In order to be in top shap
for the annual "Father-Son"
game, which will take place Sa Saturday
turday Saturday at 1 p.m., the "Daddies'
will hold a practice today at 4
p.m., in Balboa Stadium.
The father's nine "will be un under
der under the able managership of
Jack Randall, Art Cotton and
Bob Carlin and Rogelio Diaz will
run the boy's squad.
The following fathers are so
far included te see action in the
contest: Ashton N., Bateman B,
Berger M., Bradshaw 1. Bran Brandon
don Brandon M., Chandler. R., Cross C,
DeVore J., French W, Hud Hud-dleston
dleston Hud-dleston F, McGrath R, Mounts
F, Ness R., Priester W., Riley
J., Roos A., Smith R. Wilson R,
and Rodriguez S.
W L Pet
Pa lorn as
3 0 1.000
Ocelots 12; Pumas 4
Pericos vs Palomas
The Ocelots took an undisited
second place in the Fastlich Teen
age League yesterday when they
routed the Pumas by 12 to 4 be before
fore before a fair crowd.
An error by shortstop Tim Corri Corri-gan
gan Corri-gan ignited a 9-run rally that put
the game on ice for the Ocelots
and chased starter John Bateman,
whose lack of control accelerated
h s downfall. Five bases on balls,
the miscue by Corrigan and five
hits, including a grand-slammer
by Worden French, paved the way
for the deciding rally and for start starter
er starter Roy Bettis' triumph.
GIANTS SIGN ELLIS
ORONO, Maine (UPT) Center
Roser Ellis of the University of
Maine has signed a contract with
the New York Giants of the Na National
tional National Football League. Ellis;22,
of Westwood, Mass., was the Gi
ants' 14th round draft choice.
"You Asked For It"
Every Wednesday at 9:00 p.m.
Your Community Network IX1(
i. -r -
fred Osbourne, Balboa; 4th, Will,
100 dash (10.?)
1st, Louis French, Balboa; 2nd,'
Robert Lemacks, Balboa; 3rd,
Frank Peterson, Balboa; 4th, Ed Edward
ward Edward Tiaia, t. Mary's.
220 yd. dash (24.7)
1st Robert Lemacks, Balboa;
2nd, Donald Storher, cristooai,
3nd, Warren Ashton, Balboa; 4th,
John Jenssen, uaiDoa
1320 yd. dash (3:50.0)
1st, George Patton, Cristobal;
2nd, George Casira, Balbao; 3rd,
George Fitzgerald, Balboa.
M0 yd. run (1:44.3)
1st, Karl Prescott, Balboa; 2nd,
Dick Gerardi, Balboa; 3rd, Mike
Burza, Cristobal; 4th, Barton Star Star-kenberg,
kenberg, Star-kenberg, Balboa.
' High Jump (3')
1st, Louis French, Balboa; 2nd,
R. Panzer, Balboa; 3rd, Davis,
Cristobal; 4th,; Burza, Cristobal.
Bettis limited the Pui four
hits but had trouble with Bateman
the leagues' top slugger who wak waked
ed waked three times and drove in two
runs with a tuses-loaded double.
Aithough he played poorly aiield
Louis French was the outstanding
hitter in the game with two sin singles
gles singles and a double in four oflicial
times at bat. He also stole four
The box score:
French L, ss
Betis R, b-lf-p
French W, c
Anderson G, lb
Ab R H Po A
4 3 3 10
3 112 0
5 2 18 2
4 2 2 3 0
110 3 0
4 110 1
3 0 0 0 0''
3 1 0, 1 2
1 0 0 0 0
0 10 0 0
28 12 8 18 5
Ab R H Po A
3 '0 0 2
10 14 0
3 0 0 9 0
10 1 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
3 0 10 3
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0 0
2 0 0 3 0
0 10 0 0
21 4 4 18 7
Rudy B cf
DUbDS K 3D
Anderson K 2b
Cook J rf
Errors: French, L 2, Corrigan,
Potter, Zelnick, 4BI: French L
2 Bettis 2, French W 4, Albritton
1, Baieman 2, Potter 1, Levee 1
Earned runs: Ocelots 10, Pumas 3
2B: Batemsn, L French. HR: W.
French. Hit by pitchers: by Ba Bateman
teman Bateman (Rudy) by Dilfer (RudyV
Sacrifices: Fraunheim 1. Stolen
bases: L. French 4, Bettis' 3. W.
French 1, Albritton 1, Anderson
K. 1, Gagle 1. DP: K. Anderson,
W. French. L. Frefoch Walks Walks-Bettis
Bettis Walks-Bettis 2, Albritton 3, Bateman b,
Dilfer 2, Frauheim SO: Be'tis 6.
Albritton 1, Bateman 2, Dilfer 3,
Frauheim, 2. Left on bases: Oce Oce-lqts
lqts Oce-lqts 10, Pumas 8. Wildpitches:
Bateman 2, Bettis 2. Passed-ball:
Central Ave. and "K" Street
(near Central Theatre)
; 1 50 yd. dash S.)
" 1st, LouU French," Balboa; .2nd,
Donald Storher, -Cristobal; 3rd,
Chuck Moses, Balboa; 4th, Warren
Broad Jump (17' 4")
1st, Frank Peterson. Balboa:
2nd, Curie Searcy, St. Mary's; 3rd,
Ken Cooper, Cristobal; 4th, Buddy
Dempsey, Balboa. r-
J. ?Sht Put' (34'''")
1st, Cooper, Cristobal;-2nd, Rob
ert Panzer, Balboa; 3rd, Brooks,
Cristobal; 4th, Barton Starken-
U0 yd. Relay (54.3)
1st, Patton, Cooper, Leigwadier,
Stohrer. Cristobal; 2nd, Aseron,
Moses, Lemacks, Peterson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa ; 3rd, Piai, Bremer, Singleton,
Searey, St, Mary's.
880 yd. Relay (1:57.4)
1st, 'Gerardi, ;Aseron, Pawcett,
2nd, Gangle, Thompson, Searey,
Singleton, St. Mary's.
DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams Wen Lost
RC Nehi 61V4 34 Vi
Wynn's 60V4 35 Vi
Lucky Strike 52 44
P.A.A. 51 45
Fuerza y Luz 49 47
Seymour Agency 44 5 m
H.I. Homa 33V4 !62Vi
Pan Imperial 31 65
The P.A.A. "Jets" and Lucky
Strike scored 4 to 0 shutouts ovr
RC Nehi and Wynn's Friction
Proofing to tighten the first divi division
sion division of the Diablo Major League
The League was only four more
nights of bowling 1mis year but the
first five teams have a chance of
taking the Championship.
Led by Pepe Damian's 659,
Lucky1 Strike swamped Wynn's
friction Proofing to hoddf onto
third place. Damian's series of
222-245-192 was the highest record
ed lor tue night. Art Graham was
high for Wynn's wi'h 586.
The P&A. "Jets' turned 6nW
power tO'crush RC Nehi Lane
with 584 and DeLuca with 580 led
P.A.A; Veacio.and Allen tallied
546 arid 545 for the League Lead Leaders.
ers. Leaders. By their shutout win, P.A.A.
remained in fourth place, Just one
game out of third and 10V4 from
ihe top spot
Seymour Agency was the third
team to score a shutout and at the
expense of the last place Pan Im Imperial
perial Imperial team. Bruce Ha ssler with
570 led the Seymour's and Joe
Burgoon had 558 M the losers.
H. I. Homa came batk in the
final game, win a 137 pin advant advantage
age advantage to salvage 2 points and play
Fuerza y Luz to S 2-2 stalemate.
After having a miserable 2nd
game, Del Charters came up with
t big 2-2 in the final game. Bal Bal-cer,
cer, Bal-cer, Schnieder and Charters were
high for HjI. Homa Roily Gluch Gluch-man
man Gluch-man led Fuerza y Luz with 582.
The League will not bowl next
week due to the Annual Ci'y Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Tournament which will be held
at Diablo Heights March
The League will resume
gulars schedule. March 17.
RC Nehi 0
180 196 170 546
146 154 136 436
170 171 204 545
161 142 US 451
176 145 149 470
833 808 807 2448
169 156 188 513
215 172 195 580
144 176 129 149
159 174 17C 503
159 224 201 564
844 W2 881 2629
Lucky Strike 4
W3 M0 2784
Seymour Agency 4
Pan Imperial 0
174 : 512
Fuena y LutH
mnqutst 176 171 125 472
if" 127 168 100,455
Bieber 191 149 150': 190
F stonlch 177 160 212 i 549
Gliechman 188 202 194 582
Totals 857 850
. Homa i
- Ml, 111
Editors CONRADO SARGEANT
By Conrado Sargearit
Three jockeys were set down
for six meets each over the three-
day weekend of racing at th
President Remon racetrack.
Jose Ulloa; was penalized for
crossing lEmilv Mary. Charicleia
and Chacotero .with Cervecero in
Saturday's seyenth jace.
.oncepcion Ruiz was punished
for bumping into Soberano with
Pancho Lopez in Sunday's first
race. Both horses suffered eut
legs because of th incident.
Sandino Hernandez got his sus
pension for repeatedly disturbing
Golazo, Behader and PhiliDinon
when his mount, Diocese, ran all
over the rtack during Monday's
Soberano and Cheriton each got
two weeks suspension bv the ve ve-ttrinariari
ttrinariari ve-ttrinariari Meanwhile, High ..Day
and Contralor were set down for
eight meets each because of their
Loberia has bleditf she hleerfs
her next time out. She will be bar
red from racing.
Trainers Augusto W. Neuman
Jr". and, Larry Tomlinson were fin fined
ed fined $5 each. Neuman. for not using
the correct colors on Manuela Pe-
draza s and Tomlinson for not
showing up at the paddock to sad saddle
dle saddle Tito Pereque.
Michaux was set v down two
meets for refusing at the start.
Pangal, found to be lame in a
hind leg also got two meets sus suspension.
pension. suspension. o0c4-"
Aprontes, with) Damian Samu Samu-dio
dio Samu-dio plnchhirting ) for Prosper
(Poplto) Royo, won the month-
ly selectors' contest for thoj
month of February. Aprontes
had 275 points to score by one
winner over over Th: Panama
Tribune and La Fija, which
wound up deadlocked for second
place. La Kor a was fourth with
248. --;-: : r
La Estrella.de Panama's Donald
Vincent is off to a fast start in the
contest for this month. He leads
La Hora by seven points while the
third place The Panama Ameri American
can American is another three points further
La Hora is' the leader in .the
trimestral xontest, which 'ends
March 29, with a total of 87 win winners.,
ners., winners., The Panama Americanos
the runnerup with 84 and The Pa-
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Gibraltar Lf 4 Seymour 5
The Gibraltar Life team erupt erupted
ed erupted in one inning, collected six
runs and made them hold up for
a 6 to 5 victory over tne aeymour
George Black started on the
hill for the Seymours and was
the victim 'd the explosion. Bar
ry Keneuly came jn w put out
me tire and in uie rest 01 tne
game the Gibralti.rs collected na
ry a hit or run.
The Seymourf Kept pecking a a-wav
wav a-wav on the offerings of Gene
Hermanny. Going into the lastr;
inning, they were three runs be behind
hind behind and staged a rally that near near-Iv
Iv near-Iv pulled the grme into the win
Along The Fairways
The first round of the 1959
PWGA handicap Tournament is
underway this ween at tne Mana Manama
ma Manama Gou Quo. ims is a remind reminder
er reminder to ladies mat toey nave unul
aunaay complete their fi rs t
rouno Marcn 8.
' ims lournument which was to
have oeeu snonswea by the Min Miner
er Miner Reynolds Company wiu De a
binvuy x-vvGa- even, due to the
illness of Bob Lombroia and an
unexpected trip t,o the US by
JacK snore. These two were
working with -ne Women's Tour Tour-nament
nament Tour-nament Committee! however,
Uiey promise 4 bang-up tourna tournament
ment tournament later on in the year.
Entries for the 'Handicap Tour Tournament
nament Tournament have been divided into
five flights as follows:
1st 'Flight 013
2nd Flight 14-17
3rd Flight 18-21
' 4tK Flight 22-28
5th Flight 29-38
Players are requested to jead
the rules before play rules -are
posted along with the new PWGA
iiandfcap. as of March 1 in the
Pro' Shop at Panama Golf Club,
where all players must sign up
before teeing off.
This 72-hole medal play tourna tournament
ment tournament Is the first of Its kind for
the PWGA and ba arouied a
good deal of interest. It ia fcilU
possible to ilen ut. bv Saturday.
Register by calling Ethel Peran Peran-tie.
tie. Peran-tie. Tournament Chairman. Phone
r -f-t fl".w 1 1 1 (!'' '""
nama Tribune is third with 83. .".'
A total of $165,894 went through 1
the nari-mutuel machines t tku"
local track during the three-daf '
weekend. Saturday 857, 125 wereU
bet. Sunday's total was the bi-
gest, $59,377 while Monday's wagei;"fi
ing was comparatively ght at
$49,392. J .!.
. t-oOo -,"; ;;
Alma en Pena, one of -ihetwiiv i
year-old Argentine colts recently- t
imported by the racetrack, died. '-.
over the weekend. Alma en Pena.
was under the care ofi veteran -owner-trainer
Luis H. Farruia. "'r
o0o -'' ,1
Breulio Baez. by far th bsf,
jockey now riding at th Presi Presi-dnt
dnt Presi-dnt Remon racetrack, mM,g
on his wy v;. amither record,
breaking yarv Xis eleven vletej2
ries, ne-thlrd of th, raet -tui
vr th last wknd, giv hinJ&S
52 wins for this yar," --4
He has. scored more than twici 1
as many victories as runnerup A-
mado' Credidio Last year Baeza i
pushed home the unbelievable -to
tal of 248 ( Winners to -surpass b J
almost 100 the previous mark
(154), even though hewas out of i,
action for almost twn mnnth with
a broken collarbone;';
Panamanian jockey Alfonso CaSS.
bonell and six:, throughbreds ; afe"
expected to arrive at TocumeSS
airport Sunday, morning. Four of
the racers will defend the oUri
of the Stud Mafema and will :.bS
trained and ridden by CarbonefitS
They are Blancor Tolondron Lan2
caster and Albigence, 4? -:.v 4S$
Blancor,', a topnotch sDrinfef; to
entered to comnete in the March
15 six furlong $7,500 added Fran"
cisco: Arias. Paredes-Classic. 'SS
The .other two. are the highljrr
rated router. His Majestv, an MtZ.
gentine racer which VilI perfor
here under th colors of th Pra
vian ambassador to Panama ianf2f:
Hi Peruvian-bred Yucatan. :ifilK
Majesty will be trained by tbe ve veteran
teran veteran Agustin Soane. (r tisuw
Yucatan is the property of the:.
Stud Chirioui and will be trained
by Sotero Rudas; He wa$ exchani-;'
edr for the disapoointing Englisn
racer Affiliation Order, i
Th jockey and horses are sched-
tiled to leave Lima, Peru late
Saturday night. , v
The game ended withcSpencer
sliding into home plate witu me---:
tieing vun, but was called out oa.i.,,,
a very close play to end thf? r:
game. u ji
Hermanny, who haabeen bo:,:
thered with a soro armi mdica ''
ed that he ii ready -for the se&;"
ond half,- when he fired the baH""-r
for nine strike outs. The only onea
who g&t more thn oh hit off
Hermanny was George BlacJc .;M
with a double and single.
Spencer, If 3 11
WatsOn, ss 4 0 1
Black, p-cf 3 1 "Z'
Keneally, 3b p '2 0
Canavaggio, cf ., 3 1T
Blaney 2b-3b 3 0 -i
Robinson, e 2 1 "1 Tf
P. Keneally, rf 5 .' I 0'O. i
Rogers,- rf i? 0"0A
Farrell, lb 3 1 ."
Halliday. c -Lawyer.
Seymour 15 ;
Mutual of Omaha
In. a real honest to
sluefest th first' half
.1 1 1 L f k j
uuiiusieu me rauiuai ..oi..viui
to win by 15 tp U.. Bay, the stel stel-lar
lar stel-lar short-ato,. of Mutual of OmWJl
ha, copped the; hitting ,Jonor$-i
with three safe blows., Raceive s
Yuzna' and first baseman "Anft!f
zola of the jvlhners ,)Cpntributea..i
1 Vi n G,umnii,Mi
Elmore, the Mutuals third bai,-..Z
man. and Sellsrgj second sacker
of same team also had two hits
Mutual of Omaha
Hay, p ;
Nelson," If j
Morses fcf vX" .: !,
Elmore.-'-ab,, ,-.;,' -.
Cookson, if P ...
AB K M
5 0 0
- r 4.: 2 iWJ
f i 9 si mm
Whftneyi 3b ; 1"
Angulzola, lb ?
,8 0 0
8; 1 1
1' 1,0 I
r ''.- -. ,,i, :,. Si. -t,-
THUfeSDATi JIAECH 5, 195 5
, TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEFETO1NT DAILY NCWSPAPIS
Gi Nino Voided
- Gun Club Motes
By DEAD-EYE DICK
The Balboa Gun Club held its monthly smallbore rifle match on
... saturoay. Feb.21. Nine shooters' pi I tieipa.ted. three seniors and six
lYtill wish we could get more of the' senior shooters out and do
. i&i i.n Khnnttnir hnwver. as Ion a as: our ; participants are
Dfitoininately juniors we'll stipk to iron aighta 'cause that's what the
Jm&ri shoot. The course of fire .was a.4-war course which con con-sisCfjd
sisCfjd con-sisCfjd of 20 shots at 50 yards and 20 shots it 100 yards, fired in the
prospositiou. .. .. -4 V" jv
'The old belly shooters (the seniors) did themselves proud by
' finishing first and third: Duncan Laird, Jr.v first, with a 386 and
Mel M;flard third, with a 381. John Tm'ier, one .of our top junior
shooters, finished a close second, three points down with a 383. The
dry -season with didn't bother us much at 50 yards but get a load of
theffiW yard scores listed below, rougni
Wr rfninff tn ffive the hmiors. revenge and shoot a four posi
tion shoot, nrone. sittin.' kneeling and standing, on the. 28th of
MarBh. Watch this paper and the club bulletin board for furthr in
formation. The following is a list of individual scores and totals:
1. Flumach, Bob
?. Kielhofer. E.
4. Iftre,- Jeffrey 1
5. Stetser. Harry
. Millard. Melvin
T. Turner John
8. BUney, John
9, wura, jr.., u.
50 Yard Score
; 199 9x :
174 3x .,
JUDGING ITS MERITS Navy Capt. Jeff Thompson, foreground,
and Hunter Dare of the Isthmian Sports Car Club, seem to have
lost something under the TR3 sports car pictured above. Actually,
thw art' weighing the merits1 of Angelo Cannizzaro's car in the
'JSCCs Concours d'plegahce.
Top Honors Go to Vintag
In ISCC Contours cl Elegance
A 1948 MG TC with its classic
razwsharp fenders and distinctive
19-inoh wire wheels took first prize
in the' Classic Car section and
Best in Show award in Saturday's
Concours d'Elegance sponsored by
the Isthmian Sports tar uud.
Bafflv weathered by Egypt's hot
sands-where it was owned by a
British Embassy official the car
was purchased three years ago by
Mr. Ind Mrs. A, H. Weishaar of
1 Fort Amador. Today, even after
1 110,000 miles, the MG has Deep
restored to award-winning condition.
First place in the Sports section
of the Concours went to Mrs. Ver Ver-gie
gie Ver-gie Eddy for her shiny black MGA
coupe. Larry Barca took home the
top award in the Sedan class for
his Jaguar 2.4 litre sedan.
Annumber of spectators were
attracted to this exhibition of
Immaculate cars displayed on
the parking lot near the' Balboa
Railroad Station. Ovar twenty
car were entered In this, the
first1 Concours d'Elegance to be
held' on the Isthmus.
A ""Concours d'Elegance," for
the benefit of the uninitiated, is
an automobile show in which the
ears are judged on cleanliness,
authenticity and condition of the
finish and equipment.
Dirty ashtrays, a scratch on the
finish; or an over-looked spot of
'Tour body el Mint ant uiuu m.
and tolonou waatM In your blood
through million! of tiny deilcau tubei
r tiUr In th Mdnayi. When ttrmi
Inrada theso dellcat tuboa and Ini Ini-tU'th
tU'th Ini-tU'th bladder, making you suffer
from the discomfort resulting from
then Infections, then you feel old.
tlrld, narvoui and dopraaiad. Try
Cytx and fat affactlva relief from
theae allmenta.. Cyetex eombata
Bermt,' cleani out exoeaa aoldi from
Mdneya and bladder and soothe irri irritated
tated irritated tissues, ask for Cyetex from
rour druggist today and ses hoi
much better and happier you will feel
lit, Oet Oystex from rour druggist
oil In the engine compartment
score neaviiy against you in
Concdurs. On the other hand.
spotless engine, a completely or
ginal tool kit. or flawless carnets
on the floor will earn you extra
A system of handicaoDine is us
ed in order to give an older car,
such as the winning MG, a chance
to compete with brand new mod
Most of the cars disdaved were
01 ungusn manufacture. In addi
tion to the Weishaar's TC and
Mrs. Eddy's MGA coune. there
were a number of MGA roadsters
ana two m uiD's. t our Jaguars
were to oe seen: Barca s winnin
2.4 sedan and his remarkably well
preserved '51 Mark VII sedan.
Another more recent Mark VIII
Jaguar sedan is owned by Capt
am J. Nilsen of Diablo Heights. A
Jaguar XK150 Fixed Head coupe
was aiso on exniDit.
The sole Italian entry was Bud
Weishaar's '55 Alfa Romeo 2 litre
Gran Tourismo. Although it did
not lake a prize in the Concours.
this car is well-known for its
prowess m winning sports car
races on the air strip at Pacora
Another car op display that is
rarely seen away from England
was or. Paul caiaweirs beautiful-
ly-maintained '51 Riley VA litre
tourer. This nttie-known English
make is very highly regarded In
Two American f oras were en
tered: a '56 Thunderbir,d entered
by Scott Waller of Aiorook and
'31 Model A Roadster lovinel
cared for by Ralph uarrett.
Rounding ou the list of Eng English
lish English cars on display were Ann Ann-lo
lo Ann-lo Cannizzaro's Triumph TR3,
Paul Ella's '58 Auttin-Healey
100 Six. and Steve Day's '59 Aus Austin
tin Austin A-40, an Interesting new dt dt-sion
sion dt-sion bv Italy's Pinin Farina.
Captain Jeff Thomnson. iChlef
of Pan Canal's Industrial Division,
contributed tremendously to the
success of the Concours by devls
ing the scorine system and per
sonally scrutinlzinff the cars. His
own six-year-old Rover is a Con
cours and rally winner many
times over as attested to by the
mnny picques adorning the Rov-
K'inter Dare, last year's Dresi
dent of the Isthmian Snorts Car
31ub ansist"1Cantaln Thompson
n tndeing the cara.-.
This first Concours d'Eleeance
met With such enthusiasm that the
Club tjns to make it an annual
In 8th After
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MIAMI BEACH, Fla' March 5-r
(UPI) Charley Powell, who gave
up his career as an obscure de defensive
fensive defensive end in pro football, is con
vinced today the fists that demol demolished
ished demolished second-ranked Nino Valdes
"can take me a long way in boxing."
"Af last 1 can reel ru go plac places
es places in boxing." said the 26-yerr
old un-ranksd heavyweight aft r
his spectacular nationally-televised
eighth-roundf technical knock knockout
out knockout of Valdes. "I need a big vie
tory to give me confidence. Now
I can concentrate en boxing
Powell, a 6-foot, 3-lncta, 213 213-pounder,
pounder, 213-pounder, hammered his way Into
the heavyweight picture last night
with stabbing left jabs and jolting
left hooks that dropped Valdes
three times and left the 34-year-old
Cuban a hloody mess. The end for
Valdes came at 2:03 of the eighth
round of their scheduled 10-round-er
when he pitched forward to the
canvas without being hit.
Referee Cy Gottfried, who had,
forced Valdes to take the manda mandatory
tory mandatory eight-count three times, step
ped right in and ended the siaugn siaugn-ler."
ler." siaugn-ler." . ......
Manager Joe Veils said he had
no Immediate plan for Powell
and the ex-San Francisco Forty Forty-niner
niner Forty-niner end let h go at that. Val Val-des,
des, Val-des, meanwhile, shouted In the
dressing room that the referee
shouldn't have stopped the bout
and added, "You no good man man-agar,"
agar," man-agar," as he points to Bobby
Gleason merely shrugged and
told newsmen: "What can 1 ao7 1
couldn't have gotten an easier
fight for him but look what hap
(Including game played March 2)
Team W L Pet,
Cafe Harlem 2 ,1. .666
Trojans V .666
Marlboro . .ii ,5W)
Cardoze and Iindo 0 2 .000
The teen-age Trojans fought uie
vaunts fnftt Harlem tn 9.2
deadlock in, the seventh game of
me Paraiso Senior Softball Lea
gue last Monday evening before
Rudolph Lynch, pitched the en
tire distance for Cafe Harlem and
allowed iust two hits but miscuos
by his teammates accounted for
the two Trojan runs. His opponent
gave up five baseblows and also
wen: the distance for us oiuo,
Only one player Alfonso Peter-
kin of Cafe Harlem was able to
garner more than one rut.
The Harlemites scored both
their runs in the second inning
and wert lanked the -rest of (be
way. thanks to the great defensive
work of 'he left sine ot uie irojan
infield. The Trojans picked up
their first marker in, the fourth
frame and the, other in the se
This week's games:
Wednesday Cardoze and Lindo
Friday Marlboro vs Trojans.
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PANAMA INSURANCE MINOR: LEAGUERS (Top row) Manager T. Spencer, Sellner. Holtz Holtz-ciaw.
ciaw. Holtz-ciaw. and sponsor representative C. Vandergrift. (Middle row) Yocum, Rodriguez, De la Garza,
Spencer, McElheny, Dehlinger, BadOusky: (Bottom) Steers, King, J. McGrath, Epperson, Go
mez. Dilfer ana V. Mcurata are aDsent irom mis- picture.
Los Angeles Rams
Swap Larry Morris
For End Gene Brilo
By H P. MIONOTT
Craeweli C. C, sporting a vic
tory in iis initial engagement, will
this Sunday be host to the hard
Surrey C.C., ow leading the
League with two wins. The game
will be played on the Rainbow Ci
ty Heights Oval and the starting
, 111 V -. 4 m n n
ume as usual win its m jm;ou p.m.
Last Sunday's encounter be-
tweon Wanderers C.C. and Mid
land C.C. resulted in a draw as
the willow wielders on both clubs
viciously castigated the opposing
trundlers. First, to occupy the
wickets Midland, captained by V,
Russell, kept its fans cheering
as the ciud couected 155 tuns for
seven wickets, declared.
The hading run-ge ters were:
P. Bowen, Jr. ,38 not out. Car
los Lynch- 26 'Teddy" Reece
20, Huntley Dunn 19, C. Groves
17 not out, and L. Thorne 11.
The bowling averages read: S.
Campbell 2 for 33, E. Belgrave 2
for 46, A; Dennis 3 for 56. and V.
Hinds 0 for 10.
On the olherside of the fence, the
Wanderers Eleven amassed U2
runs for five wickets at call of
time. Not to bejmtdone by ris son
who arred on the opposing side,
Prince Bowen was the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding Wanderers batsman with 61
Sam Campbell contributed 23,
208 Brown 21, E. Belgrave, 13
not out, and V. Hinds 12. Midland's
bowlers: H. Dunn 2 for 18, II.:
Haynes 0 for 18, A Cabey 2 for
27. C. Groves 0 for 11. ""wen
Jr. 1 for 25, C Lynch 0 for 21,
and L. Thorne. 1 for 21
This well played excitemeht excitemeht-oacked
oacked excitemeht-oacked contest was marred, ac
cording to many of the spectators,
bv the stalling tactics resorted to
by some of the Midland players
during its final stages. ;
LOS BANDITTOS WIN
The Mix Masters threw a scare
into the band of Los Bandittos,
becaue the Mix Masters came
within 12 pins in winning the first
game. Had iihe Mix Masters won
this opener, the Bandittos would
have had to share the crown, but
as it were the Bandittos took the
chamoionship bv one point.
While this was happening vhe
Kool Krcw was taking three mi
tha 'Safety Pins were pinning
.down four, to have these latter
two teams tinisn in a ue ior sec
ond place with 4S'a points.
So the curiam nas Deen lower
i on the Kobbe Keglers, except
to divide the loot at the Albrook
NCO Club, ana nave a merry
tima rlnfne it.
The champions inciuoeu in w?.a
roster, iales, Jack Carter, Sal
Laquidijrs, Mai Miller and the
weaker sex was represented by
Ginny Hassler and Pat Carter.
Tiio runnersup, o fell short
by one point were: for the Kool
Kre, Tommy Thmias, Conley
Cain and Frank Perales with la ladies
dies ladies Dee Thomas and Connie
Cain giving liiem plenty of" sup support.
port. support. For the Safety Pius, dam damsels
sels damsels Kathy Bathurst and Jeanne
Smith lent helping hands to
Strong men, Tom Smith, Ken Col
lins and Johnny Ely.
F F Mixed League
Pin Pals 4 Wing Dings 0
Ttfi Kellvs of the Pin Pals,
carried the full load when they
practically siflglehanded .dropped
the Wing Dings for all four
nnints. Rick Kelly, smacked out
a 701 sinele came. 519 scratch
trift. and a 576 handicap set. And
his better half Bobbe, had a 497
scratch and a booming 596 nan
nesol.e the fact tham the Piu
Pals were spotting 43 pirn handi
pan to the Wine Ding, they were
iuver nressed. getting about 200
nin advantage in the TP column.
Only Doc Wilburn of the Wing
Dings had any success, with a
Cherry Pickers 3 Jtsttrs 1
The second place Cherry Pick
era nicked on the last place Jes
ters, but had a rough time, de despite
spite despite the fact that the Cherty
Pickers took three. The Jesters
josied enough sticks to win by
14 pins. They uhe Jesters dropped
the next one by four, and itie
Cherry Pcikers picked up the ti ti-nale
nale ti-nale by 22, and harvested the to
tal pin crop by 12.
Two of Cherry Pickers had
bumper crops in knocking down
the pins, Mike St. Michael, scor scored
ed scored a 233 single game which gave
him a 520 scratch set, George
Beaver was close by with a il4
scratch and Gail St. Michael do dona
na dona ed to the cause a 503 handi handicap
cap handicap set. For the pesky Jesters,
Ray Lund did a good job with
546, and his boss lady Mary, 531
and Bev Jackson 5-2, all handi-
' Stingers 4 Hi Hos 0
With all of the Singers on the
ball with 500 handicap sets, the
Stingers grabbed all four credit
chits. The lady Stingers had ihe
upper hand wi the scoring over
their male teammates, Bea Bal
lard 536 and Betty McGuire 533,
with Frank Batord tabbing 519
and Don McGuire 513. Muriel Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Jack Staicer tried to tu.
down the Stingers with 538 and
516 handicap series.
Jon-I-Cols 4 Peppers 0
The Jon-I-Cols took all four
points, but it could have very ea
sily been the other way in iavor
of the Peppers. The opener was
decidei. by 27, the second by 6,
aoi the last by 7. Both teams
had the same number of bowlers
on the 500 handicap roll. Pep
oers: Jlaria Canady 508, Dave
Davenpor. 535 and Fran' Cahady
500. For the victors Marge Col Collins
lins Collins 520, Lucky Jones 512, and
Wayne Collins 537.
Due to space limitations only the
1st place scratch and 1st place
handicap winders in each event
will be published here but the
complete 'vim ers list will be pu pu-bl
bl pu-bl shed and posted on all bowling
alley bulletin boards in the next
few days. In addition each league
secretary will receive a copy of
the complete winners list. To all
those who wor. we would like to
say congratulations and to all
those that didn't, better luck nex
1st Place Scratch Pac'fic Po Po-werhouss
werhouss Po-werhouss with i total scratch pin pin-fall
fall pin-fall of 2320
1st Place Handicap Pacific Po Powerhouse
werhouse Powerhouse with a total handicap
pinfall of 2572.
High Team Game with handi handicapRogers
capRogers handicapRogers .lompers w th a total
handicap pinfall of 876.
1st Place Scratch C. Boyle I.
Davis with a total scratch pinfall
1st Place Handicap C. Boyle
I. Davis with a total handicap pin pinfall
fall pinfall of 1066.
High Doubles Game w th handi handicap
cap handicap N. Johnson and Mi r i a m
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
Los Angeles Rams pulled all-pro
defensive end Gene Brito out of
rtirement Wednesday by acquir
ine him in a trade with the Wasn
ington Redskins for linebacker
The straight 'swap was the sec
ond surprise deal Ram Genera
Manager Pee Rozell negotiaetd
in a week s ume. uozene saia
Brito will fill one gap left by the
Rams package dead with the Lhi
cago Cardinals for fullback Ollie
by Hckdcki MoiaE
Brito. 33-vear veteran of seven
seasons with the Redskins, will
take the place; of defensive end
uienn nouzmaqf acquirear oy jiu'
cago with seven oh-r Ratm play
ers in the Matson deal. The Cards
also got a Ram draft choice.
, Morris, 25, a former Georgia
Tech star, was 'he first draft
choice of the rams in 1955. Last
season he missed dl 12 regular
games because of an injured
Brito, a star in his college days
at Loyola of Los Angeles, an
nounced his retirement at the end
of last season to go into coaching
at Lincoln High School in Covina,
He was'reported fo have signed
with the Rams for $16,000 a year,
about $3,000 more than he got
from the Redskins.
After news of the trade was
announced, Brito said:
"A trade of this type, never oc occurred
curred occurred 'o me at the time I an announced
nounced announced my retirement last De December.
cember. December. The chance to plap with
the Rams antf at the same time
begin to establish myself in the
Lbs Angeles area is a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous opportunity for me and for
following I-hran "Nobby fctev-
arts mcouu victory on
er uroKe a wree way secuuu
piace tie leaving jus. iwo ciuus
in uie coveieu oih and uruppom
roweils io ine uura posi tio-.
'fsnrra iw MinoinoiO
Army Capi josipu euiiaiz oil
ed livu innings of creditable sou sou-ball
ball sou-ball to keep ius t'auira unit in
contention men yiemca the mounu
aikies to ir'vt. diaries Brady vvno
held off an Ajwomoio threat ana
then went on w get credit lor Uie
second rantra ttebels win in as
many ou.ings. This victory put
the Youngsters in the enviable
first place position and as such
into the Hearts ot the more than
1,600 present at mis game.
Both club ba.tled. grimly for
this ail-important contest and e.
changed leads in the came four
times before the Pantra "Rebels
with 4 cause finally iced th
ga.i.e in the sixth inning. Pi ch
in? wudness by Roderick. Hentish
and Paulitiu Diaz oi Ajinomoto
went along with an opportune bas
Cc loaded double b Hcc.or Lo
pez to give Pantra its "2 and 0'
First game: Stevedore Morris
6, Powells 2.
Two of the three teams tied for
second place, Stevedore Morrs
(defending Champions) and Pow
ell Garage squared off in the
first of two scheduled contests
in the Rainbow City, Open Clas
Slfication Softball Leaeue and ;
battle i'. was as the champs pump
ed out a 6 to 2 win over the
high charged Powell sluggs.
Big Bob Moolchan, 'he burly
nxeabie Morris pitching ace, a-
gain displayed midseason form
as he yielded five hits to the los losers
ers losers for his second win of this
young season. Bob ran his run
less-inning-pitched total 12 1-3
as he held Henry Thonias' Me
chandes runs for the first 5 1-3 in
nings. In the opening game of the
season, Bob hurled a shutout a
gainst Cigarrillos Oasis. This
feat constitutes a pitching. record
for the start of a season.
Bob breezed to victory but late
inning wildness forced his removj"J
al and Carlos Holligan preserved-
his win. Both clubs played good
ball but poor baserunning was
the difference in ihe game. Pow- -ells
early game erratic running,
probably caused them a few runs
that well could have been their
Waterloo. The Stevedores game' game'-seven
seven game'-seven hits off Justo Salas and
Rudy Lynch, the former the los loser.
er. loser. Alvin Lovell with 2 in four was .,.
the leadlns S evctlore Morris flat
ter whi'e Edgar McCoilins whej -1
went deep in left over the rope
ba.Tier to rob Gso-ge Knowles of
a homer and Lcroy Wilson who
raced into the 2jo in right cen-' ""
te"r fr sensational game-saving
out were the stars t'itld in ine
fall of 385.
a total handicap pin-
1st Place Scratch Claire Ama Ama-to
to Ama-to and Anita Serna tied w th a to total
tal total scratch pinfall of 497.
1st Place Handicap Claire Am Am-ato
ato Am-ato with a total handicap pinfall
High Individual Game w'th
Handicap Claire Amato wi h 220
1st Place Scratch Anita Ser Ser-na
na Ser-na with a total scratch pinfall of
1st Place Handicap Claire Am Amato
ato Amato w th a total handicap pin pinfall
fall pinfall of 1628.
High Individual Game with
handicap Claire Amato with a
We would like to take this op opportunity
portunity opportunity to thank Mrs. Reggie
Schm'dt for th fine job she did
as tournament chairman, ,Jack
Voss for his help and suggestion,
and the many other people who
contributed to the success of 'he
18th Annual City Association
Crg. Oasis 4 Ajliomoto 2
In a rood, at d eviated 'A
slow ball game Mickey Rom Rom-son's
son's Rom-son's ones Cigarettes built in
early Iad then coaslci on to n 4 .-.
to 2 win. In the five innings play ;
ed, Um'nires Robei" Quinlnn, Clif-
ford N lo? and V.'al'v Clarke Kad
more breis than any o her seven-
inning contst so i: 3nt as u-
sual, the umpires were always
The longest and loudest protest
came from the Oasis manager.
A justified and reasonable cail
by Quinlan of a ground rule in interpretation
terpretation interpretation brought on Robinson's
ire. It definitely states on the re reverse
verse reverse of the RBCOCSL schedule
that no two visits by the person-
nei of a team will be allowed dur during
ing during the games to Ihe pitchers box
or the pitchers will be removed
automatically on the any such
second visits. This ground rule
caught up with Robinson and
forced the removal of Antonio
"Nene" Quinones from the box.
Ed Morrell relieved ami wa
credited with 'he win.
For the losing Ajinomoto Japa Japanese,
nese, Japanese, Felix Modes'.in started with
a wobbly Henry Zimmerman who
hs'ed a short while and was re relieved
lieved relieved by Paulino- Diaz. Between
them they yielded two hits but
the ever present bases on balls
spelled Diaz' defeat. Morrell and
Quinones also gave up two hits
Umpire Robert Quinlan called
the game at the end of the fifth
as rain threatened with the sky
heavily .overcast and dark.
Today's contest is th long a a-waited
waited a-waited Pantra Powells tussle.
Hector Lonez, whose visa has not
arrived yet, will be ih the Pantra
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FOR SALE: Packard 4 door
sedan, new brake job complete.
1959 Ispected, good buy $200.
Call Balboa 2-3218.
Indians Deny Deal
With KC Athletics
For Hector Lopez
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Mar.
5 (UPD General manager Parke
Carroll said today that the Kansas
City Athletics "have the basis of a
deal" with the Cleveland Indians
and may "announce something
Carroll, denied report from St.
Petersburg, Fla., that the In Indians
dians Indians have tent infielder Woody
Held and pitchers Cal McLish
and Dick Brodowski to Kansas
City for infielder-outfielder Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez and pitcher Ray Her
"No said Carroll, "that's not
true although I did discuss a deal
like that with r ranK Lane recent
ly. There is no deal yet.
Porlftv At Colon
Tho Mpthndist Church in Colon
linrfnr t.hfl uiiiri.-npp nf the Rev. V.
J. Watson, and the Circuit Youth
Council, will begin a youth leaders
conference, March 12 at 8 p.m.
The conference is especially de designed
signed designed to help and guide all
who have and dealings with the
youth of the church. Guest speak speakers
ers speakers have been invited to take nart.
The Rev. Sylvanus Scarlr' "I
speak on the "Social Back 1
of Youth Club Work"; Mrs
lett will speak about the "A.nis,
Principles and" Methods of Club
Work"; Mrs. t. Morgan will speak
on "Olub Leadership"; the Rev
Watson will speak on "Club Or
ganization ana Management ana
Mrs. Gwenda Watson', will speak
on "The Psychology of Youth."
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
WltJh built-in Universal
FOR SALE: Used Frigidaire
washing machine and dryer, both
for $125.00, Uupright freezer,
$125.00. qtrs. 144 Albrook.
phone 3190 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 9 cubic foot por- r
celain, Westinghouse refrigerator
$60.00. call 2-1388.
FOR SALE: Cherry wood din dining
ing dining suite includes 6 chairs, buf buffet
fet buffet and glass top table. 4 years
old. $150.00. Two cushion sofa.
$65.00, call Curundu 6148.
FOR SALE: Bldg. 7019. Boli Bolivar
var Bolivar Highway, Mt, Hope, near
Railroad Station, Cristobal 3 3-2470:
2470: 3-2470: Rattan sdlid Phillipine
mahogany, double drop leaf table
85.00. Side' board or buffet bar
$75.00. Two deck 4-leg corner
end table $40.00. Magazine end
table $15.00. Rattan one double
arm chair with footstool $9.00.
Desk-office size- solid mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany finished on all sides $1 15.00.
Solid mahogany twin beds, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons beautyrest box springs and
mattresses $140.00. Four piece
bedroom set: vanity and stool
42"x48"' mirror, three drawer
chest, three drawer nightstahd,
double bed beautyrest box spring
and mattress $275.00. 1952
Westinghouse Laundromat mec mec-chanically
chanically mec-chanically perfect spare motor,
clutch, pump, and pulley $115.
Woman seeks employment with
American Family. Will live in.
Call 93-2174 Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Kerosene SERVEL
refrigerator from $612.00 to
$399.00, good condition. CASA
ADMIRABLE, beside Lottery of office.
fice. office. FOR SALE: FRIGIDAIRE refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator from $345.00 now in
$260.00. Practically new. We
accept terms. CASA ADMIRA ADMIRABLE,
BLE, ADMIRABLE, beside Lottery office.
FOR SALE: Cheap, account
lay refrigerator, 11 feet, fine
travelling, childs wardrobe, Cros Cros-rystalware,
rystalware, Cros-rystalware, beautiful plants of all
kinds, center table, metal tables.
Mrs. Bride Phelps
Dies In Hospital
After Long Illness
Mrs. Bride E. Phelps, long-time
resident of Panama, died yester yesterday
day yesterday after a prolonged illness, at
Mrs. Phelps was born In Eng
land on July 8, 1870, but lived most
of her life in Latin-American coun countries,
tries, countries, for the past years she nas
been a resident of Panama, where
she had a number of friends, and
showed a great interest in the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army School for the Blind.
In 1954, because of her advanc advanced
ed advanced age, the Rev, M. Richard Mac-
Donald, then Dean, of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke, became her guar
dian, followed by the Verv Rev
Mainert J. Peterson, now Dean of
the Cathedral. Mrs. Phelps has
been for many years a communi
cant of the Episcopal Church.
Funeral Services will be held at
the Cathedral on tomorrow at 4:30
p.m. It is requested that no flow flowers
ers flowers be sent, but as a memorial,
gifts be sent to the Bella Vista
Your Community Network
FOR SALE: 21 inch Dumont
console television, $75.00. Call
FOR SALE: -Used SINGER sew sew-1
1 sew-1 ing machine, pedal, good condi condition
tion condition $60.00; NECCHI automa automatic
tic automatic "Neva" model from $350.00
to $192.00 two accept terms).
CASA ADMIRABLE beside Lot Lottery
tery Lottery office.
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriters
writers typewriters (for parts) $5.00; Re Re-micfton
micfton Re-micfton 15 inches, $30.00, Un Underwood
derwood Underwood 18 inches $60.00.
CASA ADMIRABLE, beside Lot Lottery
tery Lottery office.
FOR SALE: 2 gas water heaters,
ping pong table, wrought iron
corner table. Tel. Balboa 2-1764.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, 60 cycle, porcelain, $50.
House 3223, Empire St., Balboa.
Balboa Church of God. Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Cleveland, Tenneessee, wel welcome
come welcome you to services held in the
Rebecca and I.O.O.F. Hall, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa C. Z. Located on Balboa
Road across from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Cocoli 3035.
'FOR SALE: Leaving country.
Must sell small profitable busi business
ness business including stock of fast mov moving
ing moving merchandise. All business
transacted in Canal Zone. Will
sell everything very cheap for
cash. Inquire at 48th Street No.
1 1, Apartment 6.
Credit department at Casa Ad Admirable
mirable Admirable requests visit of Mr. Vic Victor
tor Victor M. Carew, formerly with Sup-
ply Division, accounting section.
SPEAKER a. Dr. Robert F.
Legge (above), 54-year-old Navy
doctor who swam the Panama
Canal in record time last Octo October,
ber, October, will be guest speaker at the
monthly dinner meeting of the
Canal Zone s Society of Ameri American
can American Military ; Engineers next
Monday evening at the Rodman
Naval Station. The 15th Naval
District medical officer will tell
how he planned and executed the
35-mile swim in the net timet of
21 hours and 54 minutes, eclips eclipsing
ing eclipsing a mark set back in 1914.
. from 6:30 to 7:00 pm.
FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000
maters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Remoaj
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, towage, water main and
electricity. CaU W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters in the- best location of
La Crasta, situated between "V"
Street and new stiteet. For infor information
mation information pleas call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. ta 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Beautiful place in
Santa Clara well furnished house,
big trees and garden. Easy terms.
FOR SALE:-Modern three bed.
room chalet, two bathrooms,
maid's room with service. Tel.
FOR SALE: 5000 M2 land,
mile 16 Trans-Isthmian Highway,
deep well and improvements,
85c. Tel. Balboa 2-3753.
Wair Street Chatter
NEW YORK fUPtt Tri-focal
glasses are rather l necessary for
analyzing this present two way
stock market picture, where the
relatively do-nothing price action
of gome stocks and the spectacu
lar uptrencung action of others
are temporarily camouflaging the
fact that certain other issues are
.selling at rather obviously over-
mtiated price levels by all statis statistical
tical statistical measuring rods, says Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Ward, analyst for Hayden,
Stone and Co.
According to Alexander Hamil
ton Institute, prospects for genen
ai Business remain favorable and
the money supply plentiful for ex expansion.
pansion. expansion. Combined with the gov government's
ernment's government's financing, ideas which
offer little ititqward strong defla
tionary steps equities continue to
have greater' appeal than bonds
or eash. s ;:
Human pature being what It Is,
a couisitive; instincts ; of Investors
will .continue to seek' effective
hedges against future attrition of
the dollar's buying power, says
Fitch Investors' Service,
A lot of romantic space age
stocks may: look too hfgh but, one
thing Is sure they have cap captured
tured captured the public's imagination
says Walston and Co.
Martin Gilbert, analyst for Van
Alstyne, Noel and Co. holds that
indications remain powerful that
the forward movement in stocks
will be maintained vin a deter
Falstaff sales are expected to
reach a record high this year
while net may well approach $2
a share, making way for apossi apossi-ble
ble apossi-ble -dividend increase, according
to Reynolds and Co.
General Shoe which is changing
its name to Genesco reports it
has developed, a chemically treat treated
ed treated leather designed especially for
men's choes which has a built-in
shine tha lasts a lifetime and
PANTRA LOSES TO CIG. OASIS
AND STEVEDORE MORRIS
By HERBERT MOISE
Undefeated in their two first out outings,
ings, outings, the Nobby SteWart Pantra,
Truckers tasted defeat 4-3 yester yesterday
day yesterday at the hands of the Eleta-bwn-ed
Oasis in an interesting game,
of the Rainbow City Softball
This dropped the Truckers to
second place and placed the Green
Smokers into first place.
In one of the finest demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of pitching -this season, Ed
Morrell of Oasis held off threats
in the late stages to win his his-second
second his-second contest in as many stints.
Ed was credited with the victo victory
ry victory in last Saturday's abbreviated
contest, taking over trom yuino yuino-nes
nes yuino-nes and pitching good ball in retir retiring
ing retiring ten consecutive batters.
In this game against Pantra
he continued his sensational pitch pitching,
ing, pitching, hurling perfect ball for three
and a third innings before the
usually reliable Zuli Magdaleno
erred on a roller from the bat of
Beresford Bartley. This ran his to total
tal total to 20 batters retired consecu consecutively.
tively. consecutively. Morrell1 faced serious threats af after
ter after that, once with Hector Lopez
hitting a long rhubard-starting dou
ble to deep left center, beverai
thought the ball went over the
rope barrier, even umpire Robert
Quinlan. But when outfielder Bil Billy
ly Billy Prout raised the protest, fellow
umpire Percv Aonleton aueried the
scoreboard attendant and
the league's carpenter and finally
settled the heated dispute giving
Lopez a double. v
The next hitter, Alfonso Canate,
Powered another long drive this
one to center on which Alejandro
Bovelle.made a sensational rope
crashing catch. The blow was so
long and Bovelle so tangled up in
the rope that Hector Lopez tagged
up and scored all the way from
second. This save the "rebels with
a cause," 'Pantra, a two-nothing
bulge which was .erased soon af
WANTED: Publicity Director
mala or female candidates must
be completely bilingual, have ex v..
perienca in Public Relations,
journalism and Publicity, good
social relations absolutely neces necessary.
sary. necessary. SERVICIOS Y COLOCA COLOCA-CIONES
CIONES COLOCA-CIONES 3-7028 Camera de Co Co-mercio
mercio Co-mercio No, 9, sea Mr. Levy,
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Transport
specialist. We service all make
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it. ;".rV!:1i-"
CRAWFORD- AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect da ma flaw
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama, 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BQX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C&
PHONE BALBOA 3709 v
Dr. Weridehake Medical Clinics
opposite Chase Bank, Central
Avenue 18-117. Phone 2-3479.
SPANISH COURSE AT
Spanish course for English-speak-'
ing people at University of Pa Panama
nama Panama from March 9 to April 23.
Classet in the morning and even evening
ing evening on Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Morning Students: be beginners
ginners beginners (only) from 9 to 10..
Evening Students: Beginners! 5: 5:-30;
30; 5:-30; Intermediate: 6:30; Advanc Advanced
ed Advanced 7:30. Registration at Secre
Boats & Motors
FOR; SAL$Wdi5 ,fiet timjlm
boat, motor trailer, fully equip,
ped. Phon 3-3244.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pupi. Call Navy after 5:30
which needs only to be wiped
with a cloth to restore the origin
al luster, says W. E, Hutton and
MOSCOW (UPD Ivan V. Ka
pitonov. a member, of the Presi
dium of the Supreme Soviet, has
been relieved as first secretary
and member of tbe Moscow Dis
trict Committee 4f the Commu
nist Party, the Soviet news agen:
cy Tass reported- today. No rea-
son for the action was givent
terwards as Irvin Harding lost his
Both clubs battled almost even
ly Oasis leading 3-2 until the
sixth when again Harding became
wild and allowed Glen Jranklyn
to drive a long homer way over
the head of Hector Lopez in right
field. Franklyn also had a single
to become the; game's leading hit
During this game a new ship
ment of balls donated by the Oma
ha Insurance Co. was used and
both clubs hammred the Omaha
Pills for a total of only seven hits
The winners garnered four, while
the losing Pantra Truckers bang
Stevedore Morris 12, Ajinomoto 4
Scoring all their runs in two in
nings, the defending Stevedore
Morris team completely routed A
iinomoto 12 to four. Starter Pauli
no Diaz of the Japs pitched almost
sensation ball for three innings
then blew bis brilliant start to bits
by walking in six Morris runs in
the champs' ,big fourth inning. To
add to this eight-run stanza, the
SteVedores piled in, four more to
hand Ajinomoto its fourth loss in
After leading two to nothing
from we urst inning, the under underdoes
does underdoes had the usually larce crowd
pulling for them but when Diaz
started walking the hitters sever
al left the playground.
Carlos" (Calibum)' Hollican es
fablished three league records. He
double twice in the Stevedore
morris fourth for the first record
This also gives him the distinction
of being the first hitter to""hit the
most long hits in. an inning' and
of being the first hitter with three
doubles In a game. Holligan play played
ed played centef for the winners and was
the leading hitter of his team. Wal Wal-lv
lv Wal-lv Anderson with two in four fol
lowed in carrying the Morris of-
tense. ; , ir
For the losers Oliver Hardy with
2 in 3 was the big stick.
The schedule continues torn or
row. when Ajinomoto plays Po
wells at 4:S p.m. on tha Rainbow
JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Position offered yAnfieaa
Firm operating in Coles "Free
Zone to person with accauntmg
training and experience.! Apply
in -writing to: Junior Accountant
P.O. Boa 536, Colon. R.P.
Need four brick layers, two for
refractories, two for red brick.
Job last on month. Only Colo
resident need apply Call Navar Navarro
ro Navarro MacMurray, S.A. Tel. Part.
WANTED: Maid fot .leaning
and American stylo cooking.
Mutt apeak English and sleep in.
if necessary, references request requested,
ed, requested, excellent salary. Apply Soea
building 44the Street No. 17,
Apartamento "J" 6.30 te S f.m.
WANTED: Housekeeper wt
references $35 per month, cook
tag, laundry and cleaning. Navy
WANTED: -Maid te eook, wasls
and-iron., Bth street and Rooso.
velt, No. SQ80. Colon.
Wanfcd to Buy
WANTED fO BUY. 10 t 51
Chevrolet, no hydromatic, eash.
Tel. 2-4073, Panama.
GRAHAM TAKES REST
MELBOURNE. Aimtrati. fTTtm
Evangelist Billy Graham
slipped out of Melbourne today
to rest at a qiet beach' "resort
before resuming bis Melbourne
"crusade." Officials reported that
Graham'; jiealth still was causing
wiue concern, wnn doctors insist insisting
ing insisting that be eut down, his schedule.
The evangelist had suffered a
spasm of blood vessel in one eye
caused by strain and tension.
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Advocate Asbestef I70b:
Alleghany Corn o4 1
Aluminium Ltd, 39H
Amer Cyanamid iVA
Amer Motors 284
Amer Tel and Tel KD24S
Anaconda. Copper 72T
Arkansas Fuel 8534
AVCO Mfg 1 12
Beth Steel S3V4
Bettinger orpv 8b
Bicroft Uranium 88b
British- Pet ft4
Canadian JG&gli '' TVib
Cerro tie Pace) 50
Chicago- Great West 48V4b
1 Chrysler 56
Cities ,Serv!c ivi
Coastal Caribi 1
, Creole Pet 59
Crown Cork and Sea! 34 Vk
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 11-18
El Paso Natural Crag SlVa
F,airchild Enging t
Fargo Oil V
Felmont Pet 8
General Dynamies t&Vk
General Electric 80
General Motors 46
Gulf OiK; 119
Hayden' Newport 16b
Howe Sound -: 16
Imperial Off 45-
Intl Pet 40b
Intl Tel and 'Tel 65
,Martin Co. XD 18
New Eng Tel and Tel 180
Northrop Air 38
Olin Mathieson 48
Pan Israel ( 7-lj
Pantepec Oil 2
Phillips Pet 50
Pure Oil 43
RCA ; 52
Reynolds Metal XD 76
Royal' Dutch' SheTt V 44
San Jacinto 1 '-" 32b
Shell Transp ;
Signal Oil and -Saf 37,
Sinclair Oil t 65
Socony Mobile 46
Sperry Rafid ; 24b
Standard OU NJ 53
Sterling Precision- 4
Superior Oil 1910b
Texas Gulf Prodr 28V4b
United Canso Oil 1 13-16
US Rubber 54
US Steel .i 93
Universal Cyclops 37
Westinghouse Eletf 79
Wheeling Steel 17
TITO SETS TALK!
RHODES, Island of 1 Xhode4
(UPI) President Tito' ftf Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia arrived on this Greek Med-'
iterranean island today for two
days of talks with Greek Premier1
Constantino Karamanlis and For For-eign
eign For-eign Minister Evangeloe Averoff.
Main subject of the talks was ex expected
pected expected to 'be the Balkan Pad
linking Greece, Turkey and Yago
si via, with priority on a revival
of the pact military clause.
fHURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1959
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3:lt. Dinah Shore
3 :M Chrlitophera
4:00 It Could Be You
4:3A Mr. Wlnrd
5:00 OOesS WHAT
7:00 Golf Show
8:00 Trouble with Fitter
1:30 Ttc Tee Dough
t:30 Price b Right
10:00 Fleht of The Week
11:00 CFN N1WS
11:11 Inc: Boy Meett Olrl
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May Extend Deadline
To Get Out Of Berlin
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LEIPZIG, Mar. S (UPI) Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said today he may ex extend
tend extend his deadline for the West to get out of Berlin beyond May 27 if "sensible negotia negotiations"
tions" negotiations" are going on then.
It could be extended to June 27 or even July 27, Khrushchev declared.
"We have no grounds to hurry, but we must solve the Berlin problem," he said.
The Soviet leader was speaking to a lunch for visiting members of the East Ger German
man German parliament.
Khrushchev's statement that the Berlin showdown might be postponed several
months confirmed an earlier remark by his deputy premier, Anastas Mikoyan, after his
return from the United States that the May 28 deadline is not final.
Khrushchev reiterated that his demand that the West should get out of Berlin is
not an ultimatum.
"If we negotiate sensibly," helof the Western allies and Westi
rfrired. "then it will not be
May 27 but perhaps June 27 or
'Julv 27. We have no grounds
for hurrv. But we must solve
the Berlin problem.
' However, the Soviet leader
.warned that once Russia
signs a separate peace treaty
with the East German Com Communists
munists Communists it will end the Pots Potsdam
dam Potsdam agreement of 1945 which
allowed the West to occupy
part of Berlin and guaranteed
it free access to the city iso isolated
lated isolated 110 miles behind the
"The control functions we
exercise will be transferred," he
warned, "and the provisions of
the Potsdam agreement will no
longer be valid after a peace
treaty is signed."
Khrushchev is discussing a
separate peace treaty with East
Germany during his stay here.
yesterday he told a mass
rally of Communists that Rus Russia
sia Russia is willing to conclude one
Capl. John Davis
Dies; Was Retired
CZ Police Official
Capt. John M. Davis, former
Commander of the Balboa Police
District and a well known Canal
Zone resident, died ai Goreas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital last night at 11:55 following
a long illness. He was 76 years
Capt. Davis was born in Wil Williamsburg,
liamsburg, Williamsburg, Ky., and served with
the U.S. Army during the Spanish
American War. He came to the
Isfchmu. during construction days
and joined the Cama' Zone Police
During his many years wi h the
police force, Capt. Davis servsd
MifPedro Miguel, Gatun, Cristobal,
and Balboa, with the major part
oThis service spent on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side. At the time of his retire retirement
ment retirement in 1945, he was District Com Commander
mander Commander in Balboa.
. Since his retirement, he and his
Wife have been making their home
..Capt. Davis was active in civic
and fraternal affairs in the Canal
Zone both before and alter his re retirement.
tirement. retirement. He was a member of the
veterans of Foreign Wars and
erved on the Goeihais Memorial
i In addition to his wife, he is sur survived
vived survived by a son Ralph, who lives
in Diablo Heights; and three
daughters, Mrs. Myra Walston, of
JHablo Heights; Mrs. Norma Short
of Quarry Heights, and Mrs. Mar
garet Dubois, of Philadelphia.
Graveside services will be held
at Corozal Cemetery at 10 a.m.
Germany continue rejecting his
proposal for a conterence to
conclude a peace treaty with
both German states.
Meanwhile the United
States and Britain appeared
at odds today on several key
points of long-range strategy
for dealing with Khrushchev.
American officials expressed
confidence, however, that the
differences would be reconciled
when President Eisenhower and
British Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan confer in Washing
ton later this month.
They acknowledged that Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower and Macmillan, vho
has just returned to London
after a Moscow visit, held dif
lering views on the usefulness
of a Summit conference with
Khrushchev on East-West prob
It was obvious, too, that the
British and American leaders
did not see eye-to-eye on the
wisdom of trying to negotiate
with the Communist leader on
a limited troop pull-back In
But on the basic principle
of standing firm in Berlin a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst all Communist pres pressures
sures pressures and threats, the two
As Leading Demo
For '60 Nomination
TRENTON, N.J.. March 5-
(UPI) Democratic National
Chairman Paul M. Butler said yes
terday Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-
Mass.) appears to be the front-run
ning contender for the Democratic
Butler quickly added that no one
had the nomination "sewed up"
and predicted a free and open con
vention. He said his appraisals
were based on the opinions ex expressed
pressed expressed to him and that a great
many key Democrats still had not
decided whom to support.
Butler also said he was convinc
ed that Adlai Stevenson, the par party's
ty's party's unsuccessful candidate for the
presidency in 1952 and 1956, would
not seek the nomination. He pre predicted
dicted predicted that Stevenson would not
get the nomination even as a. com
Butler held a loint news confer
ence with Gov. Robert B. Meyner
after paying a social call on the
governor following a series of. talks
at Princeton University.
Butler praised Meyner as one 'of
the party's outstanding governors
who "has some very able men a-
round him in the political field and
has areas of support. around the
country" for the presidential nom nomination.
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Allies appeared as firmly
united as ever.
Macmillan, in a House of
Commons speech, said yester yesterday
day yesterday the important thing was
to "get negotiations going" with
Russia and indicated he was
willing to hold them at the
Elsenhower, at the same time,
told a news conference that
"what I keep deploring Is this
idea of talking about Summit
meetings when you cannot see
any posisbility of a construc constructive
tive constructive step coming out of It."
Back On FBI List
01 Mosl Wanted
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A scar scar-faced
faced scar-faced jail breaker with a genius
for mathematics and described as
"dangerous as a rattlesnake"
yesterday was aded to the
FBI's list of "10 most wanted
criminals" for a second time.
Edwin Sanford Garrison, 58,
slender and gray-haired, is want wanted
ed wanted on a technical charge of un unlawful
lawful unlawful flight to avoid confinement.
Last Aug. 23 he escaped from ah
Alabma prison where, as a mod model
el model prisoner, he Was serving a life
sentence for robbery.
He was first listed on the FBI
"10 most wanttd" list Oct. 26,
1953, after escaping from Atmore
State Prison Farm in Alabama.
Eight days later, he was caught.
Once before in his 24-year life of
crime, Garrison had escaped from
a Michigan prison.
In 1936, he was held rpsnnnsi-
ble for the death of a 5-year old
girl in Campbell County, Ky.,
when he set fire to a road house
wnicn resulted in an explosion.
Garrison is known as a "human
adding machine.' Acquaintances
say he can mentally compute
complicated arithmetical prob problems
lems problems faster than a calculating
On several occasions, hp Is re
ported to have worked at race
tracks computing odds for hnnk-
makers faster than the nari.
House Demos Trying
To Pass Emernency
Idle Benefits Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) Demo
cratic leaders decided yesterday
to try to ram a.i extension of the
emergency 1958 federal unemploy
ment compensat'on program
through Congress before it dies
Democratic Leader John W. Mc-
Cormack (Mass.) announced the
decision to seek a second year
for the federal jobless pay bill
passed at the height of the 1958
He said unless Congress com
pletes action on the legislation be
fore tak'ng its Easter recess on
March 26, "ther- will he 350.0O0
to 400,000 jobless workers who
will abruptly lose their unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment compensation benefits on
McCormack said he was confi
dent the leeislafion would go to
the White House, indicating his
belief that Senate leaders also
would push for passage of the ex
The proposed legislation would
extend for another year the emer emergency
gency emergency federal program enacted
last year and scheduled to expire
The emergency program pro
vides for federal aid to states to
permit them to extend the.zime for
wh'ch benefits are paid up o 50
per cent. Thus a state providing
regular jobless pay for 26 weeks
could add 13 weeks with federal
assistance. States must apply for
the assistance. Only 17 states did
so last year, paying out about 320
million dollar -by Dec. 31, 1958.
Pointed-toe shoes ore very com-wrtaWe-for
women who have on
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AFTER TOUR-Members of the Three Sister Lodge No. 2477 of Col6n are shown1 in the patio of the National Brewery following
SS!m lnstallatlon by brewmaster Ram6n Midence (second from right) and public relatlones officer Arturo Illueci
wards, the group was entertained in th,e brewery's air-conditioned lounge.
NATO Nations, Sweden Reluctantly Agree
To Begin 'Flags Of Convenience parley
WASHINGTON, March X (UPI)
The European NATO maritime
nations and Sweden reluctantly
have agreed to begin the "flagsl
oi convenience snipping confer conference
ence conference here June 8.
The date was Dronosed hv the
United States. The European na
tions wanted tne meeting to be
held this month or next.
However, the United States blunt
ly told the European nations June
8 was the earlies- tactical start starting
ing starting date because American sMd
ping experts wouid be engaged in
omer conierences anc tasks until
The European nations asked for
tne conference. They want to dis discuss
cuss discuss alleged unfair competition
from "flags of convenience" ves vessels.
sels. vessels. These are shins of one nation
operated under the flag of anoth another
er another primarily to take advantage of
iuw operating cots.
Informtd tourcts said th
statt department has mad It
quit eltar it fMU U.S.-owntd
shipping ondtr "flags of conve convenience"
nience" convenience" would be vital to the
United States in the event of
war. Many of these vessels are
large oil tankers.
Girls 9, Boys 5
Fourteen babies, nin nil-la unA
five boys, were born at Gorgas
Hospital during the weplr which
ended at midnight Mondav. acrnrrl.
ing to the hospital report. Fathers
of the babies came from as far
norm as Canada and $ far south
as Ecuador. During this same pe period,
riod, period, 193 patients were admitted
and 152-were discharged.
Parents of the girls' are Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Bell, of Gamboa; Mr.
and Mrs. John Francis, of Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; A3c and Mrs. M. J. Truiilln.
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Chambers, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Fedee. of Panama:
Pfc. and Mrs. A. Pasamante, Jr..
of Panama; Sp.5 and Mrs. Oscar
McLoy, of Cocoli: Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Lawlor, of Gamboa, and Mr.
and Mrs. Juan Vinueza, of Pana
Boys were born to A2c and Mrs.
T. W. Carteret, of Panama; Mr.
ana Mrs. Jtoseph -Stultz, of Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Black Black-man.
man. Black-man. Jr., of Panama; TSgt. and
Mrs. F. F. Moreno, of Albrook;
Sfc. and Mrs. H. C Coram, of Ft.
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PORT FOR REPAIRSThe 30.000-ton liner Constitution (rear) Is tied up In Brooklyn, Nf.Y.,
t to the Norwegian tanker Jalanta whose bow was sheared off In a collision between the two
ips during a dense fog at the entrance to New York Harbor. The Constitution has a Jagged
l feet long and 15 feet wide gash in her port bow. No one was Injured in the collision.
However, the NATO maritime
nations argue that competition of
these snips reduces NATO secur security
ity security by weakening their maritime
The State "Department late yes yesterday
terday yesterday issued the following com communique
munique communique on the subject-
"At the request of a number of
European countries, the depart department
ment department of state has agreed to par participate
ticipate participate in informal discussions on
matters of common interest in the
shipping field. The ta1' I oe
held in Washington in the beek be beginning
ginning beginning June 8, 1959.
"Officials representing' the gov governments
ernments governments of Belgium, Denmark,
France, Italy, the Netherlands,
Norway, Sweden, the United King
Shot Of Gold Treatment Has Dulles
Radioactive, But Safe To Visitors
WASHINGTON, March 5-(UPI)
-rSeeretary of State John Foster
Dulles has been slightly radioactive
since Tuesday when he received
an injection of ray-emitting gold
at Walter Reed Army Hospital.
But there has never been a time,
authorities said today, when Pres President
ident President Eisenhower or other callers
eouldn't have looked in on him
with complete safety.
They could, in fact, have perch
ed beside his bed for hours with without
out without suffering any detectable ef effects,"
fects," effects," but "it would not have
been good medical practice," one
expert told United Press Interna International.
tional. International. For 10 years it has been stand
ard practice when cancer patients
are treated with radiogold to iso isolate
late isolate them to some extent; Attend
ants who administer the injections
handle them with great care and
The summer school of the Uni
versity of Panama is offering a
Spanish course for foreigners from
March 9 to April 23.
Classes will be conducted In the
morning and in the evenmg on
Monday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Special attention will be de devoted
voted devoted to conversational practice.
The morning classes are sched scheduled
uled scheduled only for beginners (basic
Spanish) from 9 to 10. The evening
classes for beginners, Intermediate
and advanced students, at 5:30,
6:30 and 7:30, respectively.
Further information can be ob
tained at the secretary's office
where registration is open. i
dom and the federal republic of
Germany are expected to particip participate.
"The object of the discussions
will be to explore whether the ship ship-ing
ing ship-ing policies of the western Euro European
pean European countries and of the United
States could be brought into jloser
harmony without impairing either
the legitimate needs of ta n
States in shipping matters of the
common economic strength of the
"Among the subject likely to be
discussed are the registering of
vessels under "flags -veni-.
ence" and the use of cargo pre preferences
ferences preferences and subsidies to favor na national
tional national flag shipping."
wear lead aprons. This is to keep
them from getting radiation doses
greater than the "permissible max maximum"
imum" maximum" set for such workers.
Visitors, if the patient is able
and willing to receive any, are re
quired to keep a certain distance'
from the bed a distance usually
marked by a line drawn in colored
Visitors who disobeyed the rule
would not receive enough radia radiation
tion radiation to sicken them or. even to
produce effects detectable by the
most sensitive tests. But they
would, get some, and good radia radiation
tion radiation safety, practice forbids that
they get any dosage which can be
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tbs 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
preoared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High ........ 92 82
Low 75 78
, High 90 91
' Low 50 77
(max. mph) N-23 N-20
RAIN (inches) 0 .03
(inner harbors) 74 81
. LAKE ELEVATIONS;
Gatun Lake 84.35
Madden Dam 239.81
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