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DEEP FREEZE TO TROPICAL BREEZE Sporting luxuriant chin whiskers cultivated during
a year's stay on the-"Frozen Continent,:'. Navy Lt. -Alfred R. Saeger, Jr., spins chilling yarns,
lor fellow Navy -chaplain Cdr;' James A. Whitman of the Fifteenth Naval District. The beard bearded
ed bearded chaplain visited the Isthmus this week when the Navy cargo ship Wyandot stopped here
en route-from the South Pole, and Sydney, Australia, to the East Coast. Saeger is traveling
from the Little America duty to Davisville, RJ., for reassignment. He plans a visit to the
barber after showing the beard to his wife and two children, now living in Barrington, R.I.
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The Panamr CTtxoundI4 CTtxoundI4-day
day CTtxoundI4-day planned to- elease: h
uarns oi the persons who were
on the city payroll but did no
worlt of any, kind Jor the city
W'lSt"" Hip fr empr' of .-the
a ,: kn,mii m 1958 who re
w.- quested v leave we ago- last
Baturaayrwere cuuubu.v 4um
- a meeting today .to discuss what
steps to take with the regard
to the appointment f the City
Council which is now handling
Modesto Avllai tht" munl munl-otnai
otnai munl-otnai trasurer annointed by
the new council, said the
elimination ef the "botellas
Vould save th city f 100,000.
Ke said tht list of names to
be released today include 30 in individuals
dividuals individuals who are implicated in
the municipal acandalj 12 who
were employed- by the council
itself and 15 others who were
- on the payrolls of other city de departments.
partments. departments. s:
American, 18, Fined
For HanQino Around
youth and a 33-year-old unem-4
Ployed ranamwMan Pii"icu
today h in r Balboa. Magistrate's
Court to answej; ... charge oi,
loitering. WM': '" S-f
The youth,. Edgaf J, Speer, is
unemployed and lives with his
fyniiv mi a. Land Lease in the
Damboa Road area 'near the
The second .man Is 'Rufus 1
Gill. Both were arrested yester
day afternoon, at. the Terminals
Building opposite' Pier "18, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Gill had been thwe about
an hour and speer slightly
more than half an hour.
Gill insisted he was at the
building to seek- work as a sea seaman,
man, seaman, producing seaman's pa
pers dated in 19'40. However he
was unaDie xo ,mer me arrest
inr officer to any Shipping a
gent in the building from whom
he had been seeking work. He
was, judged not guilty of the
charge.: 'i'' ,. it
SDeer was aWe to offer no
satisfactory explanation t o r
being at the Terminals Build'
' lng and he was lined $5 on the
-In'a proclamtion' lssued at Bal
boa Heights, Gov. W; E. 1 Potter
has .designated Mirclr S throufih
14 as Girl Scout Week and March
12 as the 47th Anniversary of the
: iounamg uin Scouting- ill A-
.,The; governor; li MalDroctama.
Ubn, urged all jrsidenta. of the
canal zone to give their fullest
support and cooperation to h the
Girl Scoui lo iihat in the" coming
years increasing numbers of glrli
may benefit from the. program nf
training in citizenship Wiich the
Girl Scout organization offers. 1
Dry Guillotine' Author Who Fled
Devil s Island Dies In California
Word 1ia reached the Isthmus
of the death' in CaMornia of Re
ne Lucien Belbenoit; 59, a tiny
Frenchman: whose writings were
said to be responsible for abolish
mg .Devil jsiand an uitam-
ous' penal olon in Guiana;
He was found dead of a heart
attack in a desert store which he
operated in the Lucerne Valley,
SanBernardma County not., far
from Los, Angeles ft
Authortlelbejioit spenr" some
time in, Panama fnd Central A A-merica
merica A-merica before Wond War II, after
his book f'Dxy Guillotine," had
swept the best feller's hsts and
brought worldwide indignation at
the abuses practiced at the French
penat colony. v J;
Published tn 1938, Dry Guillotine
ran to more than 25 editions and
was translated into 12 languages.
A second book, "Hell On, Trial"
continued to expose conditions Bel Bel-benoit
benoit Bel-benoit and others' had lived
through before his escape
la the 1930's .writer Belbenoit
Strife Hits Kenya;
30 Leaders Jailed
NAIROBI. Kenya. -March ft-
(UPD-AAfrici's tense racial trou
bles swept into Kenya today. Po-
lice, arrested 80 strong arm African
leaders in-a dawn raid; i v
GnvOTiimHit stithdritiea kaia two
newspapers would be banned.
The arrested Africans, were ac accused
cused accused of organizing stoning and in
timidation of African chiefs and
minor administration officers.
.The Africans are members of 28-
year-old Tom Mboya's Peoples
Convention party. :
Mboya, who once said 'white
men, scram out. of Africa,'' is a
leader of the. Kenya Nationalist
Movement. ; ;
The Kenya arrests were the first
flareup of trouble since this week's
riots took place in nearby Nyasa-
land.' ';;:"' j:;u"' y piy
The Nyasaland government de
clared a state of emergency, jar jar-rested
rested jar-rested members of the Nationalise
tic African National Congress and
revealed plans of an alleged mas
sacre plot by African leaders. ,,.
Driyer Who Jumped
Trial Lost Summer
Appears In Balboa
An' errant, taxi driver appeared
in Balboa Magistrate's court today
to answer a traffic charge dating
from June 1958V
On June 11. 1958. Fernando Es-
pinosa. 33-: Panamanian.' was cited
on bauiard Highway by a Canal
Zone police officer for failure to
exhibit a vehicle inspection sticker.
Neither could he produce the stick sticker
er sticker upon tb policeman's demand.
. At the time Espinosa Was re released
leased released on $10 ball and. ordered to
appear before the court. on or be before
fore before June 15. But he was not heard
from again until bis appearance to today,
day, today, before Judge John E. Dem-
lng.' V -' k V
When asked by the court why be
did not appear Espinosa answered
that be had gone to Chiriqui for
sdnia .time.v 'tf, .t!fys-i -p
, He was found guilty of the origi original
nal original violation and fined $5. He was
fined an additional $5 for failure to
appear last June. v f
was admitted to the united States
on a temporary visa, out deported
to Central America in 1941 as an
He swam the Rio Grade at
Brownsville to return and wag fin
ally permitted to remain. He be
came an American citiiea in
Born m Paris' t"t Tailwav to-
young, then geared by A his
grandparents, He became an ler ler-rand
rand ler-rand boy, dishwasher1 ,nd valet.
It was the theft f pearls from his
employer in th latter -job that
sent him to Devil's Island,
He is reportedly survived by Ms
wife, the former Lee Gumpert, and
by a son. p. .
Police Will Serve
For Davis Funeral
. Members of the' Canal Zone Po Police
lice Police will act as pallbearers' at the
fuperal services to be held Mon
day morning at 10 o'clock at Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal cemetery for Capt. John Mv
Davis, former Commander of the
Balboa Police District, who died
at Gorgas Hospital Wednesday at
the age of 76. r r
The graveside- services will be
conducted by the Rev. W. M. Al Al-derton,
derton, Al-derton, of jhe Gamboa Union
Church. Military .honors "will be
accorded by members Of the U.S.
Armed Forces ; stationed' in the
Canal Zone, r : ',
Captain Davis was born iif Wil
liamsburg, Kentucky and served
witn, ine u. s. Army during the
Spanish American War." He came
to the Isthmus during the construe
tion aays and joined the Canal Zone
Police in 1907.
During .his. many years with the
Jf once force, Captain Davis served
in Pedro Miguel, Gatun, Cristobal,
and Balboa with the major part of
his service spent on thi Atlantic
side. At the time of his retirement
in 1Mb, ne was District Command
er in Balboa. i. i
Since his retirement. h mrl
bis wife have been making their
nome in uamooa.
Captain Davis was active In ci civic
vic civic and "'fraternal -affairs in the
Canal Zone both before and after
his retirement He was a member
of the Spanish American War
Veterans' and served on the Goe
tnais Memorial Committee;
- Jn addition to his wife, he was
survived by his son Ralph, who
I ves in Diablo' Heights," and three
daughters; Mrs. Myra Walson,-of
uiaoio Heights; Mrs. Jforma Short
oi yuarry Heights, and Mrs. Mar
garet Dubois, of Philadelphia r
Blown Fuse May Outdo Rain, Snow, Heat And Gloom
WASHINGTON (UPIV- The wav
things are going, a blown fuse
soon may be able to do to the
mail what neither rain nor snow
nor heat nor gloom of night ever
could before. : : a:. (e t j.
, yThey are mechanizing and mo motorizing
torizing motorizing the Post Office Depart Department,
ment, Department, and a blown fuse could
stop it- cold, at least until the
electrician arrived. 'i
They have Just Installed a 12 12-million
million 12-million dollar pilot system here
that is so automated it Will do
everything but read handwritten
names and addresses. ;u t. s;
.Washineton's remodeled Dost of
fice, billed as the most fullv m.
In Revolt Case
Bail fixed for five civilian de
fendants in the "Sergeants' Re Revolt"
volt" Revolt" frustrated early this week
was appealed yesterday by Munici
pal Attorney Emiliano Perez.
The five, tnrt ef wnem are
under arrest, will now have to
wait until fourth circuit judgt
Rubtn Dario Conto can be locat located
ed located In the Interior. Conte remains
on call while the rast of the fudg fudges
es fudges are on leave during the month
The civibans still under arrest
are Carlos Calzadllla, Miguel A.
Ordonez and David Abad. Also im implicated
plicated implicated but not under arrest are
former cabinet minister ir. aergio
Gonzalez Ruiz and newsman Ra
mon H. Jurado.
Twenty of the 36 persons alleg
edly involved in the plot to cap capture
ture capture control of National Guard
headquarters have already been
questioned by Perez.
The throo civilians have denied
any participation in tho frustrat frustrated
ed frustrated plot in which several mtm mtm-bers
bers mtm-bers of tho National Guard, in including
cluding including one second lioutonant, al allegedly
legedly allegedly ara Involved. -'
Ordonez was quoted In his state statement
ment statement as saying that the only plot
he knew of was "this plot" against
CI License Bureau
Renewals This Year
ft InmMri BM.11 miuM iJ ranal Zone
MlgO ""1,,uvl ...
drivers' licenses, which are valid
for a Period of tnree years,
due to be renewed this year with
expiration dates falling during the
birth months of the individual li
cense holders. -Persons,
wishing to renew their
should aoDly in
mmkii, at either tho T.ippnXP Sec
tion m me civil Aitairs jtuuqing
in InKnn nr m nffio 11 Itle
Cristobal it has been announced
by the license Section. 1
The application should oe we we-sented
sented we-sented wih two personal ful-f ace
1 I j 3 Jl
pnotograpna aooui one ana ww
fourth inches square wixn tne
fma Ana inptt in Iwioht 1 rtlirW
or one aouar is maae iur re
. ..... t .1 m lm-
newal, ; ..
Th- avnirntinn jlnto nf aih
Hrivr's liiansA A shntvn nn t,hp
face flf each iicen9er Licenses are
not valid past the expiration date
nnA tho. ftntt fnr th first nffonc
of nnoratin? ytMfin without a
valid license is $lC? -:
The threff year 'renewal plan
for drivers': licenses in the Canal
Zone was adopted in 1950. It has
been estimated that approximate
ly io,uw renewals may De re-
: l j iki.
Dasher To Leave
Sunday On Visit
To South America
Maj. Gen; Charles L. Dasher;
U.S. Army Caribbean command commanding
ing commanding general; is scheduled to leave
Sunday for the annual command
visit to U.S. Armv Missions m
Brazil and 'Urujuay with-, add!-.
tionai visits, to Chile and Peru,
Traveling in a C-54 from : the
Caribbean 'Air Command, Dasher
and a group of staff representa.
tives are to make stops in Rio de
Janeiro, Montevideo,- Santiago
ana. umi. A trip to Buenos Aires
also is on the agenda.
In, the official party will be Col.
John F. Schmelzer, Col. Homan
E. Leech, Lt. Col. Albert C. Da
vies. Lt. Col. 'Charles W. Reeves
Lt, Col. "Richard W. ..Dowell, Lt.
Col. Wallace Martello, Maj. Rob
ert G .Rettie, Capt. John A.. He'
tinger, and M-Sgt, Frank Young.
chanized in the world, was dedicat-
ea xuesaayjjy Postmaster Gener General
al General Arthur F.. Summerfielil f m.
remonies attended by so many
nouse ana senate i members- one
speaker called it a jbing session
of Congress. .:, ';
President : Eisenhower, '' at ; the
White House 18 r blocks : away,
pushed a button to get the whole
thinf Started. H nut (ntn rtlnn
six miles of conveyor belts' .oper .operated
ated .operated by 481 motors; 130 ''sens ''sens-ing
ing ''sens-ing sUtlonst : Innumerable photo photo-electric
electric photo-electric eyes; a battery of, elec-
tronic memory SVstflma: hundred
i miles Of electrle canle- nH
Escapees Make No Charges
faf Cruelty, Get 100 Days
No allegation of maltreatment or
cruelty was heard today in U.S.
District Court, Ancon, as two
Gamboa penitentiary convicts were
found guilty of -escaping from a
prison road gang. Each was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to serve an additional 100
When appearing before the court
Tuesday both Quintin and Ernesto
Gonzalez had in effect pleaded "not
guilty" to the charge on the
grounds that they had a right to
escape if they could manage it.
In addition, Quintin Gonzalez
had said that since his recapture
and return tb the penitentiary he
had been subjected to cruelty and
maltreatment at the hands of pris
But Quintin $ claim et having
been subjected to solitary con confinement'
finement' confinement' with neither food nor
Mr. K's Top Aide
For London Visit
LONDON. March 6 (UPI)
Russia announced today it is
dispatching Soviet Premier Ni
klta Khrushchev's tOD Commu'
nist Party aide to Britain this
month In a quick ahd unex unexpected
pected unexpected follow-up of the Mac-millan-Khrushchev
The Visitor Is party secretary
mvsterv inan with! Stalinist up
bringing and powerful say-s
m the ruling Moscow presidium
Meanwhile Prime Minister
Harold MacmiUan said today
the.- immediate results of his
mission to Moscow were not
very great but his trip was use
v "I would not myself claim
more than that we have much
Improved our knowledge of
each other's points of view and
so perhaps paved the way to
negotiation in a wider circle,"
Five Russian Ships
Released to Sail
From Luzon Mooring
I MANILA, March 6 (UPI) -The
Philippines government tonight or
dered the release of five Russia.
trawlers detained by the Navy in
northern Diriqui Bay since last
Friday. '' ;
a Foreign Secretary Felixberto Se
rrano announced ne na.a issued
the release order to the Defense
Department for relay to the Na-:vjr-
. . .
iue aociei irawierg were ex expected
pected expected to sail, shortly for Vladi Vladivostok,
The release came an hour and
a half after Phillippines Presi President
dent President Carlos P. Garcia suggested
caution in aandling the intrusion
of. the Russian vessels into Phi Phi-liobines
liobines Phi-liobines -.territorial waters.
Ithe Soviet skippers claimed
they had been forced into a shel sheltered
tered sheltered Philippines area by bad
weather and engine trouble. The
trawlers had anchored one mile
off the coast of Luzon.
iJSerrano said a special investi investigation
gation investigation team has found the rea reasons
sons reasons for anchoring off Luzon with
out advance, permission were
llThe Manila Herald reported to today
day today that one of the Soviet traw
eft had tried to escape Tues
day night but that a Philippine
iavy patrol boat blocked the way
to the open seas. The Soviet cap
tain denied he had tried to es
cape, the Herald said.
two almost cerebral devices
which, with some human1 help,
sort letters and packages by ad address
dress address and hustle them on in the
,. Locally published reports that
the new package-handling ma-
chine was more of a mechanized
box crusher were emphatically
denied. Summertieid said the
shoving around a box gets now
is as nothing compared to the
way an oidume postman could
heave a package from one side
of the room to the other, 1
; This is no doubt true. But a
lady in Richmond, Va., (post of office
fice office rules prohibit use of her
clothing for unspecified ptriodft
i of time did not enter into today's
Both defendants declined to take
the witness stand on their behalf.
They appeared in court with their
hands manacled behind them.
The government used two wit witnesses
nesses witnesses to prove that the convicts
had actually escaped last Feb. 4
from a road gang working in the
Madden Road area near the forest
Police guard Jack E. Smith tes
tified they were assigned to his
road gang detail on the day in
question and were missed in a
count of the men at approximately
8 that morning.
Capt. W. H. Munyon, penitentiary
warden, testified as to the admis admission
sion admission dates of the two prisoners and
the dates upon which each was re returned,
turned, returned, to custody after capture.
Ho also testified as to tho poor poor-conduct
conduct poor-conduct record of the two pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. He safd that Quintin Gonzalez
had beeii punished five times from
rhe date of his return on last Sept.
28 from hospital treatment at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas until his escape a month ago.
Both men are serving sentences
for burglary; Ernesto 4 12 years
and Quintin 13 years. The 100-day
sentence for escaping in each case
is in addition to their existing pris prison
on prison terms.
Quick Repealer Goes
From Diablo Homes
John N. Martinez, 36, British
Honduran, made his second ap appearance
pearance appearance in as many days in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today. He
was found guilty today on two
counts of petty larceny and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to serve 10 days in jail aft after
er after being found guilty of vagrancy,
Martinez was found guilty of two
thefts from homes in the Diablo
Heights area, a small electric mo motor
tor motor from the home of R. E. Heli Heli-mund
mund Heli-mund and a portable radio from
the residence of H. W. Rigby. Both
objects were taken from the open
area below the living quarters and
represent a combined value of a a-bout
bout a-bout $35. r
The 30-day sentence was impos imposed
ed imposed for the theft of the motor. For
the second theft, Martinez was giv given
en given a suspended sentence and plac placed
ed placed on probation for one year.
Both articles were recovered.
isks US ProMion
On Invasion Threat
LIMA. Peru (UPI) Haitian
Ambassador Jean Coradin hopes
the United States will do some
thing to prevent an invasion which
could, make Haiti the battleground
of an attempted Dominican revo
Coradin told a press conference
yesterday he is confident Haiti
can repel tiny attack launched by
its own refugees, but that it might
not be able to prevent a Cuban Cuban-supported
supported Cuban-supported Dominican rebel force
from using Haiti as an approach
to the neighboring Dominican Re Republic.
Loyal Dominican forces prob prob-ibly
ibly prob-ibly would not hesitate to move
Dto Haiti to meet any threatened
ittack, Coradin said, creating the
hreat that his country would be
'trampled" by the contending
He said the United States should
e able to do something to avert
he threatened attack.
He referred frequently to a
ically printed version of UPI
'resident Frank Bartholomew's
ecent interview with Haitian
President Francois Duvalier,
name) better look mighty close at
a shipment she will get soon
from manufacturer of decora decorative
tive decorative glassware.
During the opening day festivi festivities,
ties, festivities, her package turned up at
the bottom of a landslide of car cartons
tons cartons that got jammed in a circu circular
lar circular chute.' It was marked "Glass
Handle With Care.' By stand
ing on: your head you could read
another1 precautionary label. It
said: "This side up
The' next thing who knows?
They may come up with a sys system
tem system for getting your mail in your
own box. Instead of your neigh neighbor'.
RP's Pay Views
tOn, U.S. Ambassador to Panomn wnnnd nn three 4w. Mi
consultations here today on
wu5b propiems wnicn nave led to new complaints from
the Panamanian government.
There was no immerlinrp A
the State Department and the Panama Canal Co. have-reached.
Panama wants more
citizens working in the Zone.
narrinaton beaan the talk hero Weaned.,
He is scheduled to return
William Potter, Governor
. anal 7.nno nnH Accicf.nt
of the Canal Zone, and Assistant
Secretary of Defense George Rod
erics; were understood: to have par
ticipated in the meetings with Har
nnerton. alone with nthpr Statp nnH
Defense Department officials
Harrington also was understood
tO have talked With Assistant Ron
retarv' bf State Rov R Ruhntfom
about the recent attempts against
the-ffovrnmnt. nf..PrisiHRnt v.r:
l-fttstwde-la--Qtrardta -hi Whifla sen
cm jNauonal Guardsmen wer ar arrested.
rested. arrested. The waee Drnhlem dates hark
to the Treaty of 1955 and its at-
lacnea Memorandum of Under Understandings
standings Understandings signed by the two coun
tries under which the United
States broadly undertook to pay
the same ages for the same work
Pioneer PC Pilot
Dies In Florida
Capt. Knule Wikingstad, one of
Ihe Panama Canal's first mints.
died Tuesday in St. Petersbure.
Florida, according to news receiv received
ed received bv relatives on the Isthmus Hp
was 79 years old.
Captain Wikingstan was born in
Norway and was a naturalized ci citizen
tizen citizen of the United States. He came
to the Isthmus in 1907 as a rantain
of a barge and when the Canal was
opened to traffic in 1914, he was
made a mate in the Dredging Di
vision. The following year he be
came a Panama Canal pilot.
He retired from service in 1941
but was reemDloved durin? thp
Second World War from 1943 to
is4. bince his retirement, he and
Mrs. Wikinestad have been living
in St. Petersburg.
He is survived hv turn enni TJ
M WikinetH Ataictont Cnmn..
tendent of, 'the Terminals Division,
and Walter who lives In the United
States; and by a daughter, Mrs.
Helen Ethridce. nf Sweetwater
Sen. Aiken Charges
On REA Program
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
George D. Aiken said today that
the comptroller general has tried
to confuse the intent of Congress
in decisions which could play
havoc" with the rural electrifica electrification
tion electrification nrnpram
The Vermont Republican made
the statement before a Senate ag agriculture
riculture agriculture subcommitee. He en endorsed
dorsed endorsed a bill which would clarify
the intent of Congress to provide
ejectric service through REA to
unserved persons in rural Ameri America.
ca. America. Aiken argued that persons in
rural areas actually without cen central
tral central station electric service are
entitled to the benefits of the
REA program.) He said, however,
that comptroller general decisions
have ruled that a person should
be considered to be receiving ser service
vice service if be was in an area served
by another supplier.
Such a ruling, Aiken said,
"would enable hostile companies
to deprive cooperatives of essen
tial future REA financing and'
completion of area coverage
merely by building a line through
the heart of the cooperative's
6 (UP) lull
the complex Panama Canal
to Panama later today.
fto Panamanian citizens as it navs
I NTnw.u A : ,r"V"
Panamanian officials a.fjt
however, that .the WBV in u;hik ;
v. viuivu oinica is carrvini? niii
If ho lira na ..nulnfiM J
ine United States is carrying out
" "b- icjjuiaviuu uues not cor
respond to the spirit or the letter
of the Treaty.
tenter To Assist
Opens Af Gorgas
Members of the
wore reat big smiles today
The rojtnn? nr rtonial u.-Ui'
committee chairman, announced
that the Poison Information On.
ter at Gorgas hospital was in ac
The center, loc. ted in the Pedria
tries Division of the hospital, con consists
sists consists of a library on poisons and
their antidotes, and a telephone
which will be answered any, time
of the day or night.
Any resident of the Zone 'who",
wonders wheth r the moth balls
swallowed by babay Sue or the un-der-arm
deodorant tasted by 1 t'le
Lim is poisonous can call the cen center.
ter. center. A check wil be make in the
library files and if the swallowed
ingredient is posonous, then,;,, if.
necessary, emergency measures
will be recommended.
The Poison Information Com Committee
mittee Committee held its first organizational
meet ng last Thursday. In discus discussing
sing discussing the need for a library center, 1
the committee was told that many
industrial products whose contents
are trade secrets contain poisonous
chemicals and compounds.
The library will have the latest latest-information
information latest-information concerning most in-
dustrial products and their che
mical contents, the information
coming from the National Clear
ing House for Poison Control Cen.
Justice Dept. Har
Drive To Rid US
Of Labor Rackefs
WASHINGTON (UPI) Tha
Justice Department has opened a
nationwide drive in some of tht
nation's biggest cities to pros
ecute labor racketeers n antl 1
trust conspiracy charges, it was
Officials sai'1 more than. 10 fed federal
eral federal grand juries from coast to -coast
were considering charge
that union officials conspired to
restrain trade through "shake
downs" against businessmen and
through shady wage contracts
They indicated their chief tar,
gets were officials of some of the
nation's biggest unions, including
the Teamsters, Some were said to
have been among the staing of
witnesses who appeared i before
the Senate Rackets Committee. -"
New York, Chicago and Omaha
were named among; cities whr
grand juries ar sitting. Officials
declined to identify other key
areas on grounds the inquiries
were not a matter of public-ree
Maximum penalty on eonvlction
under the conspiracy section nf
the anti trust law is six month
in jail and ft $30,000 lint ta each
count -.. ..
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By VICTOR RIESEL
(In toarch of ths latost, swift
brooking developments on tho
and political fronts, Victor Rio
aol hai ust eempletod a four
thousand-mile trip from Wash'
ingion and Now York to North
Dakota. Thera no addressed a
special joint session of tho stato
legislature analyzing what had
boon occurring back last in re re-cont
cont re-cont weeks. Tho following co column
lumn column was written after scores of
interviews all .along tho line.)
BISMARK, N. D. A mat
wind soon will be roaring Bast a-
cross the plaits. On it will ride
we noise of protests from people
who haven't lost their verve for
indignation nor the'r wonder
ment at the asphalt jungles crawl
1 cities around.
j i tVia onnvonumre ol navuiK suuaa ,r tt n. i
jujeu v.. ..u-t ,h,ht it wax a bit naiCUWU w neic we peuui- m
manyjnonnis F I alone i knew4 would get It lck oil and gas fields I ke the citi. citi.-pa(y
pa(y citi.-pa(y 30 cents for deposit on the case aione, crag $& zenry along m 2m mileg rve
aVffidn't hand me let- roiiea irom Washington and New
cut 'in fact, they did York want to know why there
rnu -n.nwhirh delivers my soft
ter saying the exchange once now no law
uiis weeh. au w-.v-, -,- home their
not show up ai an mw. A "ho wi,i Pnme home
mv husbana to me cuuiihu'j ."TT,
inks in cans to i
I, thecans have
ght cents each.
aid' same ttM' old Tciayton basketball
iivc y-"" i,J.. Vah)ill Pame.
1 wUl sena my nusDanu i X. V.V" T',v the bottles back.
V0feHnX cans have couple of ounces more in them. They
eaeraS it Jm. can of ginger ale.
bw r 1, at the Navv canieen
rob the rackets of
Why come to Bismark? Vnu
come because the people ask you
to come and explain. (Someone
whimsically points out that 1t is
tne geographic center of North A
m erica.) You report that have noli
ed much of the Senate and tint
game. They cosi a an -. S fSim the home deliv
One TJiing, u ?- rr t ickel aoiece for ea much of the Senate and that
ery man, the douic oruu u r--- -u hear some "e senators say that there will
many months. H Urn situation is being changed, you u an tnii.racketeering laDOf, aw
load yeUing. ? r.rlkm.tBol.ComRUlptr But e P0Pl when? And,
v .,u, ,- . rney ask. whv ia there sn mneh
haggling over the 80 bills whirh
have been introduced in Congress
to fight the crime syndicates' In-
miration or labor?
There are questions about the
new pension and welfare law n.
ed to protect some forty billion
dollars worth of insurance against
old age. sickness and heartbreak
from idleness. A check hnm that
the Labor Dept's new Divis on of
Welfare and Pens'on Reoorts is
now a vast file fortress w'th some
Z50,ooo fcrms submitted by fund
K .. A: Mutiny .. V.r nru
XyffVX -N. Li iiBff. J:v 'V
i f-gimiUC 1 ;
tI',V, DREW PEARSON r--
With the appointment of Lolito Patifio as mayor of Panama City,
rrff hahve TLt there win be f shakeup taUie Panama Boxing
rAn;.cinii intn wnicn new oiuuu
Among the many changes that the new
Walter Wincheli In Met York
tCn present ti h the job
.itLv rival each other as to which'is the more lousy.
and they rival eacn oiner as Castafiedas, who was
t V"e UI ",c".Zi:. i hi, time and as an announcer is
"tKirafemts and jabs .tl s
thjit.'keeps his baffled listeners way on i . ,t e ,ble 250.000 reports flooding in. But thev
the other guy (a fat, dark fellow whose name Ihvn t ne really can't be checked. Nowhere
to;get) is more articulate than Castanedas to the point where ne ian Jg there thee
cies himself as some type of wisecracking comedian .Den'on and welfare document-
He gives long speeches in a stentotnan voice, puts oisomcoiw f evidence of crooked
jokes that only he laughs at, and generally hams it up while tne sui filing
feting crowa squirms n
elup nd waiting for the National AaMU,!,
Poeple ask about the section of
I V rnnM TT 11 l i
luc xaii-naruey law wnicn rC-
thK bout underway. 7- .statements. 'Thefe 'are' thdUsainds
r ni u. rnn Af the microonone noss me tcmci ui -v f tha ttm.nt. ; k. tt
j. BUll UUI vii iiu v. ; oiuicuig J II LUC J
rine with" such gems of pugilistic wisdom as: xes my Labor Dept. cabinets. But there
blood Will flow tonight on the sands ot i,a Macareua w
... i i ii
ftuiis loctc norns. .. . t,.j nv.
AU this time he'sgesticu aung wun V 1'" n:
soap dox oraxor ana hauik b" "l-
sider his cute m&- ia Bored StlH
no way in which the Secretary of
Labor can probe them. Nor can
they be made public. No one has
the right to aud?t them.
Yet we know that the business mother
eard-letterhead type o,et"ibiRe,ed
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Michael Rennies (Marga
ret McGrath) finally agreed to
End It . .Not over his alleged
involvement in the Otto rreinm rreinm-ger.
ger. rreinm-ger. divorce suit. .Elizabeth Tay Taylor
lor Taylor is expecied at the Sherry Sherry-Nfetheriand
Nfetheriand Sherry-Nfetheriand today. .Diana Dors'
chums think she will wed Rich Richard
ard Richard Dawson in April. .Ex-Mich-iean
football star Billy Wells
(mentioned in H'wood as Debbie's
big date) really belongs to Mer Mer-rv
rv Mer-rv Anders. .Esquire Magazine
and Rennet! Cerf are swapnin
acowls. .Jayne Mansfield's glass
slippers (made of plastic) re veal
gold toenail polish. .Henry ron
da's dauemer Jane has a new
beaumance. Young actor Dewey
Jameson, socialite. .A renown
ed TV comic has oeen in a spu-
flicated stupor for a wtek M. It's
a son for tne James Karens, ine
is folk-songstress Susan
Liz Whitney, Teported un
'I OLDTIMERS AT THE COMMV
operate as a leg'timate union un
mr.il ttr Marrh 3i WobablV haS COme OUt or tne th. lan(1 w. unnxB that hiinlreH
hack woods and learned to wear shoes without rocks in them, and of tiny outfits pompous sound sound-hit
hit sound-hit learned to read picture books, and does not care to see farther ing names, used only for shake-
i j a i j:i
h.n enme hnnlc . uuwns, mae vuei expenaiiures un
. , i i fur lnatanee an inose j u i 'it: t. s
percent or ill
rn 1 1
emnloves Watch some Of tnose people grao up evwj f wcai unions in me u.a. uave less
employes. ,, r.. .,.t;me nn the floor, that, tnn .. TV.in.i.J.
and TinrkaPe 01 iruil uien mrow il u-iv. ---- imau i mcmuoa.
ThinL ire really messy when the PanCanal employes get there to these are regular units. Yet in this
l.... ...mthinr peiceni oie me muu uuuus.
Al whv so many cars with Panama license plates? I remem- There js for example, Local 134,
Also, wny o -rm:tt.,i th. 1955 treaty with Pana- international Brotherhood of E
per our ?reai r .! "T. .m here to r.v, :.u
4-. trin the nriv eees 01 mose Americans ww -'"- icvuim nui.cn, thi
ma to StriP Tne privileges m lu".c .i-t .11 Ctatei eon- linn moKoT.. ln it. m.oh
nionjust exposed by the cCJaW wading from her husband, has
Ian Committee files so it can (ad attentive suitor in James
rrumm, H'woom actor, rai u
Brien's double Iwhen Pat was
young. .Don't invite Dean Mar-
T tnn have wondered apoui a iew uiiuBs. uer sucu nem.' as
.!Ud forces cars parked around Balboa, whose drivers nave r.. and admip, str4tiye
aid feale. Stores privileges, and who get off JWW"" We know that 63
kr oivintf un their homes friends, severing aimosi m aw memoers .in, its coin macmne i wi uie aumuuj. iuc mj
Lrhootoe to wlSTon a measly pensioiw4 Bit thr est -M division, whWi hben described ft ich sounded so-soo4-in prm
nections, hoping 10 retire uu ,Tr i.,v,Viici.'.r.rlvi. Mriiti.. rAmmitt hearinn w iuat meet theses oavments.
200 memberi in its coin machine
tin and Joe E. Lewis to the same
punch bowl unless you have two
Toloara m: "Thls ls""the Inside
on the Eddie Fisher-Debbie Rey
nolds settlement which cud not
make the papers. Her so-called
plush end of it does not fid up
When you anaiyzs tnt picture.
She got a $100,000 home with a
$60,000 mortgage. Debate nas to
make all mortgage payments out
pf the alimony. The alimony
It is really pitiful to see some
ZWE only o h toM They can onlvelubhousprJvi- at McCieilsn- Committee hearing,
Khl?mS2l hive Iheir cars registered in Panama, go to hos- the "enforcing arm" ofr the
pitals and doctors in Panama unless. they get special mission rom mobs controlling tne Chicago juxe
Panama to come to tne zane nospnais, uu, ... -
and accessones "ri 1 nTY1 1 the There r. nn .tanrlards there
01 muse ic'iicu ....... --, .-
are no reeuiat ons ior sucn unions.
sed n one s permission to
charter anrl an intn hut.
peeted to T,e told to go home. Home wnerej we rs idotSd picket
"Curious" sho-uo ionic nom wyS nu c ... - . w-th djf
Panama licenss, ook for the r rea owner ,;"' ". ;, ,,"""- ferent union name. He would
ekbho?M slowly qu et" Vnd s y as though they were children com- are no reguh
irtg home to parents thM did not want them, and as though they ex- Many need j
Mto?e?oldtogohome. Hom, .where? Here, where they have print a ch
nr a helninir hand. Who kno'S, "Curious s
be on the will of some of them when they die.
I am Inter-
Mv bobbv is collecting coins of different countries.
cted in getting coins of Panama in exenanee jor co.ns
other countries I can correspond in English. German, Hebrew and
other coumries i accordance with the recommends-
tion of the General Consulate of Panama in Israel.
12 Barak Street,
Tel Aviv, Israel
WORK FOR A GENERAL
' T think that it is unfair when we put in work orders for work to
r done in our quarters, and the Engineers tell us that thev do not
SveX moneyqto do the work, and then turn mht und nd do
over $300 worth of work in a general's quarters. We all have to nay
j i ..a. mon to a Denerai it does net mean that ne nas
lax, ami jusi utmu ......
it.' :ui 1 .11 th. nrnrt- Hnne in his Oliarters because hlS WUC
u. lib. th. tbov nmethinp looks. I do hope that, mat
general will answer this and maybe the troops will think a little bet
ter of him, if the answer is the right one. (
NCO ft Wit
SALES SERVICE & PARTS:
Perfection Kerosene Stoves
Thor Washing Machines
Stenorette Dictating Machines
Minato Sewing Machines
Perpetuon Ebner Changers
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
No. 2-10 Central Ave. Calidonia
picket one store or tavern, then
call up and take an assignment fof
another picketing sunt and simply
oressnr tne proper cara to tne po
lice official when questioned
Another goon, special' st n may
hem, printed himself 12 charters.
each with the name of a fake u
nion but each with the power
to picket. He had a regular (Srice
list for removal or pickets and
endine of o'her harassments.
Out here they don t understand
why anyone permits blackmail
Picketing and wny there is no
uw against it. These people are
far away, but let no wise guy talk
about everybody north, of Broad
way and 52nd St. being yokels
Thev deal with Teamster locals
Building and Construction Trades
Oil Workers, and Pack'nghouse
hands in both Dakotas.
True, the Blsmark and Fargo Fargo-Teamsters
Teamsters Fargo-Teamsters voted for Hoffa at the
Miami convention. They used to
be a rough crowd back in the days
when they were run by the even
tougher Minneapolis Teamster
headquarters. But neither here nor
over the borcer in South Dakota
do the folks let themselves get
If there are any rackets the peo
ple haven't found them nor have
they passed them on on their
home town boy," Sen. Karl Mundn
v ce chairman or tne Mcueuan
Committee. And he was home two
weeks ago, ready to talk to all
The folks here want to know
what's the matter with all you
down-Easterners and Western
Biggest spender in a long time
(and lop tipper, too) turns out
to be a fugitive from a Silly Fac
tory near New Orleans. His .wile
ami the "man-in-a-white-coa are
here looking for him. . .Bettina,
one of Aly's former -holdings, and
wealthy, French industrialist Ar Ar-monde
monde Ar-monde Chausier see each otaer
every nuit. .Frederick Felhabcr
of Greenwich, Conn., society weds
Verone Bennheimer, beautiful Bev
erly Hills divorcee. .Chas. Rev Rev-son,
son, Rev-son, owner of Revloni dropped
sponsorship of Godfrey (from Ter-
son-to-Person) not over tre s.ar's
cracks, e c. The reason: G o d-
frey is part owner of a rival hp
stick firm. .The looker in the
huge snow scene (in Grand Cen
tral Depot) is S:lly Litchlieid
Pabst, wife of Frei Pabst. of the
lager clan. He owns the Big
Bromley ski resort at Manches Manchester,
ter, Manchester, Vt. .Ari Van Horn's descrip description
tion description of a dull party: "Everybody
who is nobody was there."
The New Yorker mag) and pu
blicist Fran Sheridan. . .bascna
Vonscherler of Noel Coward's
Look After Lulu" cast is a Baro
ness. .Coward erased uermione
Gingold's name from' his list. Be
cause of .comments about him in
her book. Rat Suzuki's under
study in "Flower Drum Song" is
Anaa bills, who spends her week weekends
ends weekends skiing! . .Patrice Huntley
(she sang in "Plain and Fancy")
and her rich and social husband
(Dr. T. Estes) had their 3 year
marriage Mexicancelled. .Mack
Gordon's sudden passing was sad
news Aver a: our house. He wrote
His big hit, I'Stay .xAs Sweet As
You Are," for Walda when she
SPACE ACI ENTRIES
MIAMI (UPD Among the rac
ing entries at H i a 1 e a h today
were n nurses
will just meet thesr payments)
leaving nothing over, so in aotu
tion she will carry all expenses
of running the house, paying the
help and raising two to s. Per
haps that's why Debbie commu
ted herself to making 5 films in
a row plus albums. She didn't
want alimony, only child support,
but Eddie held out for alimony,
a tax deduction, while child sup
port is no' over $600. However,
she agreed on the alimony to
make it easier for Fisher, who is
badly pressed buck-wise.
Gary Crosby s goo gooes are
reserved for modelulu Lily A
daire most of the time. .Broth
er Lindsay who left so many New
York hearts in tatters will be
back this week to pa ch 'em up.
Despite the generally good no
tices for "The Hanging Tree" the
Koxy is yanking it In a few days.
They expected it to run till .Eas
ter. .Darcy Lewis will star in
a few days. They expected it to
run till Easter. .Darcy Lewis
will star in Thornton Wildcr's
"Love and How to Cure It' at
the Equity Theater March Id.
She's the Casa Cusat ciggi-gel.
,. .Dancers, Jonwhan Wat a" and
Diane Wardell of the New York
Ballet mereed. .Police 'Comm.
Kennedy's list of expendables is
longer than ever. The Force will
get its biggest shakeup in 23
years. .Garbo's cousin, Brun Brun-hilde
hilde Brun-hilde Johannsen (a model in Swe
den), become Mrs. Arthur Fibe
res March 7th in Belgium. .The
Castro crowd kid Enrol Flynn
claiming his wound came from
Glynis Johns, 'who constantly
postponed her wedding to Allen
Reisner, has lost him to starlet
Barbara Kelly. .Janet Lake and
Robert Dix (son of the late mo movie
vie movie star) reconciled ... Add sound-a-likesr
America's No. 1, "Stagger'
Lee, and England's famous old
ie, "White uiiffs of Dover". .
Edward Gottlieb, one of 8 survi survivors
vors survivors in that East River plane di
saster, will walk again. Recover
ing rapidly, his family is grate
ful to all who helped save him...
.Chickie James is mending
from dental surgery, Her E. 56th
Street jpo. J'The Stable", haa
stnrhf 'rvH .Thai' fVvVci fltalflM nTafa
vo-ugaJV AM, jiwv vVra vi uu Dbsjrwa.
their dates there.1 .Nanette Rich,
one of Cue's editors, and groom
have a new baby doll at 'Dr's
Hosp. .The Joel Grays (Jo Wil
der) are imaging.3 :? .Don Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and his socially registered
wife quietly divorced.
"Les Ballets Africains" should
thank the N. Y. License Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner for all hat publicity (a (a-bout
bout (a-bout bras) which made it such a
sellout show. It was booked for
two weeks. Now it may never
leave. .Midtown shops Beware
of a forger claiming to be Tony
Bennett, the Copa scar. One store
a most had him but he broke a a-way.
way. a-way. .There are four bidders in
terested in acquiring Mutual Net
work, which expects to go into
the black soon, signed more ra radio
dio radio deals than all other ne works.
Bal Tabarin comic Lou Men-
chell just gave Delmireille
(French song star) a large dia diamond
mond diamond ring. Wed in mid-June. .
Did lovely blonde model .Pat Coop
per elope last week? So hear
the Little Clubbers. .If you've
wondered what happened to popu
lar John Kieran (N Y. Times
ana Information Please) he's in
Brookline, Mass.. writing a histo
ry of New York. .Af er writing
50 books Robert Payne's "The
Gold of Troy" is a dual Book-of
u.iuvu" VUV1.U -v,
?nc"iiy Cape' Canaveral and
WASHINGTON" One- factor
jehind 'the increased number., of
lear-collisions between airplanes
j the failure to equip tha na;
ion's airptrt with up-.o-date ra ra-.ar
.ar ra-.ar facilities.
Other factors such as crowded
air and the intrusion of nvlitary
planes have also contributed. But
officials who sit with their eyes
glued to the radarscopes and
their ears tuned to catch signals
from approaching planes state
that air traffic control centers
simply do no, have the radar fa
cilities to ensure maximum safe
This is true of New York. CM
cago, Los Angeles, Washington,
indianapoiu, Detroit and Atlanta
in fact, nine of the Federal A-
viation Agency's 2 traffic ontrol
centers are not even equipped
with radar. ;
The FAA control center at
Washington, D.C.'s National Air Air-part,
part, Air-part, one of the busiest in the na
tion, is still using a radarscope
viewing screen, known as a vu-
1. which wa produced for the
Navy by General Electric for
use on airplane carriers and bat
tleships In World War IL It is so
obsolete that General Electric no
longer is making tubes for the
marker slip OFf.-;;;
The FA'A Control center in
Washington Used the last of the
old G.E. tubes about a month a
go, since they has been using a
custom-made ,, tube tht last about
three hours, compared with the
seven to 10 day life of the old G.
Early in January the FAA in installed
stalled installed a completely new ARSR-l
radar eetup in Washington, pro produced
duced produced by the Raytheon Company.
The new receiver, antenna and
transmitter eauipmefltris excel
lent. Only :trcwJWfs?,ti ias- .veH
i cat viewing screen so mat me
little plexiglaa markers which
show where planes are located,
slide off. .' -"
Control towtrs could keep these
markers QShorppa' screens,
but not on vertical ones. So the
ARSR-l radar viewing screen,
which costs (he taxpayers $15,000
each, remains largely 'die.
FAA controllers in Washington
have had to fall back on the obso
lete VG-1, whic!i though admitted
ly inadequate, has a horizontal
viewing screen oH( which the plex plex-iglas
iglas plex-iglas markers, mh Mnmmm
bout to char.tJicOApl,,
Distressed aa cnieis now are
tinkering with the idea of installr
ing, perhaps in June, a French French-made,
made, French-made, 20-inch "scan conversion"
radar screen as a replacement
for the and VCi.t sereens.
The disJurbWtujtW IsbV
the:;ame inferior equipment to
worlt,"wiUi aU: over, the jcountrjr.y
TOQ' many Military planes
One reason for uh outmoded
radar ia that m.y the heavy em
phasls on military aviation, the
unique radar. needs of ..civilian
flying have uot kepf pace with
the enormous. increas nt lr traf:
fic. flying at all altitudes in all
uuecuoua, ia our congested air-
Even With the beat rada
qulpment, which i we do- not
nave," said ona air safety, end-
neevnt is unlikely that wo emiM
fuarantee maximum sir safety,'
here is, of course, a human fse 1 f
tor in sarery. uut uie main prob prob-lem
lem prob-lem today is that ; there are too
many planes In the air for us to
keep constantly ;.. under '. control.
The air-space Just isn't big
nougn. j r j r
"Add to this the increasing
numbers of roilitiry jets in the
air which are difficult! to track
on a radarscupe, particularly the.
figh ertype jets plus the peak peak-hour
hour peak-hour flying volume by the com commercial
mercial commercial airlines, geared to pas
senger convenience rather th a n
traffic conditions,; and you get
some idea of the headaches of
an i ir safety engineer."
The predicament ".'Was':? pointed
up by "a recent "near miss" that
was kept outr of the newspapers.'
It is reported here for the first
Because of the limited capaci capacity
ty capacity of civilian air radar equip
ment,TAA controllers wer offer
ed the facilities of the -Air Force
to rack!' fliihts of a Jet 707,
National Airl'nes ,trnsport be between
tween between New York and Miami.'
An FAA controller, operating
from an Air Force ground con
trol interruption station; observed
jhree mirtary jets headed o
ard the 707 near1 Salisbury, Md.
The controller ordered the 707
pilot to take a left dog-leg off hit
course to avoid a collision.
The 707 did so, but to the .dis .dismay
may .dismay of the pilo' and the ar traf-
fice controller, the three military r
planes also turned left,,? still on
the wing of the airliner. The 707
pilot was then ordered to "turn,
risht." Again, the Air Force jets
followed suit, still hanging v dan-
gerously close U the civilian.
Slane. Finally the je's flew ;, off
l the direct'on of Andres y,Field
near Washington., .;;,:.vj, .,'', ',,.
After :&eT r
turned over the radar watch on
the 707 to a colleague in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., he received, a phone
call from an Air Fprce, colonel.
"You didn't ha.ve ,toworry a
bout our jets coll'ding. with,, that
707," said the colonel '.'Our jets
were-just practicing An. Ifltercep-,,,
17 rr.1.- -mil ...U11.J.
lers have the same problems and could not be printed
WE STRING PEARLS
Prince Alexis Romanoff (not
the Beverly Hills- -restaurateur)
married 'he widow of Lawrence
Evans Kunkler. She owns Metal
lizing Co. of America. '.Lew
Ayres and social worker Brenda
Haines like it fine. .Danny Mar:
shaB, the Tender Trap hit. got
the longest New Acts writeuo in
Variety since Martin and Lewis
teamed. .Terry Moore's recent
husband (Eugene McGrath) and
Montreal beau v Madeleine Cou
breau dodge the midtown crowd
at Fraunces Tavern in the stoc
Exchange sector. .Most coly
urns reported the Eva Gabor's
"most serious romance in years"
is Richard Brown. She flew to
Florida with London's John Mills
(a former flame) for a final fllngjl
rciore giying w opaia louay.
E. Duryea Dowling is gating a
new slant no life with Chinese
nightingale. Jadlne Woug.
Princess Nini Mdivani. 56 veaf
oia wioow ot sir Arthur conan
Doyie's boy Denis, married To
ny Harwood (34), a Harvard
man, in Paris. .That vice raid
on West 58th frightened several
other tenan s. Six apartments
were available next day. .johtf--ny
Dio, they say. is verv ill in
prison. .Thrush Doodle Smith oI;
lows Jordan's band married Phil
ly businessman Roger Gayle. .'
Add Duets: Roger Whitaker (df
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Canal loi'5eoutt "
Youngsterof all ages in Canal
Zone Koutingrara using1 maximum
ingenuity this, week as vheypr'
pareflontS'-and novelties for the
parade which, will e a feature of
the SBoutwtpides; Saturday r.ve
nlng spnsorea atfcalboa Stadium
W h annl 7nn ScolU COUnClu
, Following the -pageant. ofiilSgs
at thei Scoutcapades, scouting u
nits wte Jine up for the parade on
iha cMliiim -rttfaftk about 7:45 p.m.
Leading off will "be a small fife
and- drum -Mirops,' the "Spirit of
'76," featuring small cubs of Facie
FollowifiRHheiri;-iwiir le a color
guard f Explorers bearing a U.S.
flag flown over the Capitol W
WashingW Aug 19; fettwhlctj
has beec speclaUy obtained for
the Scoifccapades and the Canal
Zone Council flag.'The color guard
will be provided by' Air Squadron
No. 15,Albrook'Air, Force Base.
. All the" 'ffafisf American re
publics,, pS states and territories
will be,, formed ,in a; massea unu
next in' line. !"
Leading.'He main bndy ol scoot
units will be' the cmiMcU president.
Brig.. Geft." George P." Scatter
wi'h S stafi 'of, officers, council
members and committee members.
The staff will be followed by'n
organized .baly of Eaele scou'vs
from units in the Canal Zone? and
following them youths who have
won religious awards "Iff sctfu rid
from tfy- Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish faitl.s. 1 j f
Riding a, convertible in a. placj
of honors; will, 'be 'the,? symbolic
Mother of Smtine.v chosen from
among the. Volunteer women who
serve as. buiwarKs ot-wie scouuny
movement in Ihe Zone.
The Mother f Sc'oitjng will not
be announced until sne is introduc'
ed at the Scoutcaoades Saturday
evening. Some weejts ago a seal
ed cnvelooe? Containing her n?me
was drawn ; from envelopes each
containing ; a. name" nominated by
various scouting units.
Since then the chosen envelope
has been'Jtepr SSffy HTtne Aa
tionah ChVBank of '"New York,
Colon.. Branch" to be wilhiJrawn
just irt time for the" announcement
of the mother Saturday.
Aoproxitnately 40 "mts are ex ex-pse
pse ex-pse ed to be in'the line of march
Cub packs, Scout troops and Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer units 'from all'' over4Oanl
lesst one colorful novelty such as
figures, .floats irfiefaonar or historic
'. groupings. The parade "actuahy
' a competition, and 1he entries will
be judgad for,pnzes on-'.' b?sis
of clevernessf construe ion and i i-dep'S.
dep'S. i-dep'S. & i v
The uftife Eetia to use
on lea.sheSfan Oftgls seimals in
wa-'pled r rs.
Some -of the' float liuggestlis
have ben a poiiy 6xpress, istagc
coac,h,? (hivered wkgon, trains and
airp.anest Fictional trrou' ;"s pro proposed
posed proposed include -the Three' Bear,
Jack aridIhUSe4S-atk and the
Old Lady-in a Shoe.i. ;
Among historical groupings may
be ColUmbos, Balboa, other Con Con-quiSoadoreSj'the
quiSoadoreSj'the Con-quiSoadoreSj'the original J-'nn m m-habitanfis
habitanfis m-habitanfis of T nama, and 6eore
, Washington Crossing the Bela
Troop' No. 16 ofSKort, KobBe RCT
preparing a-float on the unit sfe
periences duringungle hikes...
Each unit will carry its un ll and
patrol i'Or'den flairs as well. As
each outfiti prepares to. pas be
fore the stands, lt.will be announc-
eq to tne crowd
,Th 776th Air: fore Band,' of Ai
btook Air Forca Base, will, play
for K parade. vw
?Aslhe parade passes in front oi
.he stands, the units are expected
to W' reviewed by Gov. William
R Potter and Lt.. Gen. Riogy
Gaiiher, honorary presidents f of
the council ano nonorar: co-uuu-.
men Jo th.e Scoutcajpades.
k Schlatter is expected to j oin
them; in v wereviewing posi.ion
immediatelys after he, has passed
atthe head ot uie main-Doay.v
...Th''unttvwitf continue to. march
about the track, until, eaciiiorgani eaciiiorgani-zation
zation eaciiiorgani-zation has .come opposi e its exni exni-bit
bit exni-bit On- the athletic field f"r the
third phase -of the evening, dem
onstra.mg active participation in
- v. .
' Suddehlvt all Jiehts in thfe stad-
.UflIWia "B tunicu uu. v. uuu-
al anthem will be played, as
Scouts -and crowd stand, each
Seout unit will light U7 flares, and
in thei-J illumination will raise i
U;S.. flag, un4 the exhibit area is
linea ;Wiin na lunai. Maimers. r ?
.'1 'Spark' pftig tor the imaginative
parade js Capt." Robert S. McUcr
naghan,, of Fort Kobbe, who is
had of the committee for the
Under Govt. Control
tionary governmeni yesieroay ui
iiflrpri thp. American-owned Cuban
Telohone Co. olaced .under offi-
rial Cuban control
The Courtcil of Ministers di directed,
rected, directed, the' minister or communi
ca ionR ,tp nam. H'ln&rrentor
or 9pn?misgpner,lmatiaee and
administer ihe tompany,' a sub.n-
diarv of the International Tele
phone and Telegraph Corp.-of New
' iTitt council a s ordered. eie
phone rates lowered to the levei
prevailing prior to Jnarcn u, is
In N.Y. the IT and T said the
eciioft, of 'the' F.ideL' 'Castro gor gor-der
der gor-der "govprnmelu 1 sdministration
and to tancei recent : rate agree agreements
ments agreements did not imply 'Cuba planned
to nationalize it. I 7
"We see eo implication tlhat the
Cuban governmen ',un its decree,
intends nationalizing the Cuban
Teleoli(uia.COw astatejiHint said
lelroII.Cops Drop ;
Ticket Holiday Ends :
DETROIT j (UPI) The : ."ticket
hohdavv oetroit motor'sti en
joyed for the past three .days ap-1
oearea to oe coming ro an enq
Detroit police-" who begah a
"slowdown" in traffic ticke writ writing.
ing. writing. Sunday as a- protest against
mtegrition of wh le and Negro of officers
ficers officers in-patrol cars began hand-
ng out tickets as usual late yes.
'eroay, r' y
Police ? Commissioner Herbert
W. Bart said da; shift scout car
crews "issued almost twice as
many .t ckets Tuesday as they iid
Monday, the second day of the
The' policemen never allowed
any major offenders ta get away
unpunished. But, in cases where
the- offenses were minor,, thev
merely turnea theiivbead and the
lucky motoristfgot avfay with only
a sioeiong glance
J The slowdown benefited onlv
motorists, ther'law enforcement
was carried on s usual.
After the incmsein the num number
ber number of tickets issued Tuesday
which came on the heels of an
order to "integrate of quit," Po-J
uce oupi. tiou-a uerg said he
expected tarfie enforcement to
be back to normal within a few
, The" Detroit Police- officers Av
sociaiion, pieoged its support in
making Jhe integration orders
Kifmomilf rf'Wiflf i fcm inwri imi mf ""-" ; ,T" 'iimnii- -f 1 '",
CONGRATULATIONS and farewells ara xteided to Capt. Luis Da Da-wilav,
wilav, Da-wilav, conter, and Lt. Jprge Sanchey Lopez, right, ofthe Ecuadorean
,Atmy, by Lt. Col. D. F. Rogers. AJ.S. Army CaQbbeajh engineer,
'.dHfing graduation Ceremonies 'a1 theydmpleted studies ahthe En-
gineaer Section maintenance division. (VS. Army Photo)
it rirrait r i t aast of the
rate s'cheflM wbrTse'ff oW wi h
the oust.ed Batista government in
March, .1957, ludffifttcd -that the
Cuban Telephone Co would re revert
vert revert to its former franchise, under
which it opera ed from 1909 lo
1957. h X. wi
ihW. BatsOjsaabttew US.
ambassador in his first news con conference
ference conference yesterday declined, lo
comment on the revolutionary
1 government' sf. action,
Bonsai before enienng the dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic service was an iT and T
ecytive in Cuba, Spain and Chi Chile;
le; Chile; sbi lattUkMsra telephone ex
pert" with the Federal Commuhica Commuhica-tions"
tions" Commuhica-tions" -Cortmissioa,
Bonsai expressed ."great pleas pleasure"
ure" pleasure" ;tXastfo1S.a(;ceptance of
invitation to address the American
Society of Newspaper Editors' .in
.Washing on Apnt Off.
Face Federal Trials
For 1949 Murder
LO!si ANGELES (UPI) .- Four
former servicemen, feonvicted by
an Army court-martiial of slaying
a teiiew detention- barracks dhs-
oner,, will be arraigned March lfi
oh a federal' grandi jury; indict
ment of first degree 'murder.
The unusual federal' 'ctnttt Po-"
cedure-was takefjL because r of a7
U S 'SupremeCourt rnline which
permitted' one of the convicted
killers to be let out of Alcatraz
orison on a writ of habeas
'Named in tbe indictment
yesterday were John- Lee. 35.'
William J. Bares,IL31. 'Clar'ence'
E, Coons Jn'40,i!jahd Richard'
Spasoff, 31.'-' -! ,:
Tliejf were convicted of murder murdering
ing murdering fellow ftfisoner Charles Wil
liam Taylor Jf in the Army dis dis-oinlinjiry
oinlinjiry dis-oinlinjiry barracks In Santa Bar
bara Coun- on June 10,1949.
' "' ;'. '"Mr; K -.,t aliiiiny
'.U.S. -AttyiLanghfin pWatets
said tne supreme ijourt allowed
Lee to be released fram Acatraz.
The, Supreme Court rtuled the.
Army lacked the authority to, try
Lee on a capital offense in 1949
because the nation was not at
Lee is in federal jftllWin San
Francisco, BaiufflijncBiilned to
a federal penitelnfiJrf'lh'tAtlanta,
Ga.. Coons is at a m,edical center
m Missouri, and Spasoff is at Al Alcatraz.
catraz. Alcatraz. V
As I am continuing tomake
improvements In my service
to you, I'll have to suspend
electrical services tomorrow",
Saturday, March 0th, at the
Mayor 01 Philly
PfflLAD ELPHI A- (UPI ) Harold
E. Stassen, fqimer Minnesota
governor and presidential adviser
on- d sarmament, announced
yesterday his' 'Candidacy for
mayor of Philadelphia 'with Re Republican
publican Republican Party1 backing.
Stassen accepted a bid by GOP
leaders1 to run lor Office but laid
down a stern platform' as condi condi-ions5
ions5 condi-ions5 under which he w 11 seek
election. ' ' 'iJ
He told cheering party leaders
at a meeting here' that he would
recognize wo bos Except the peo
ple of Philadelphia and that the
primary elettion must' be ept
pen ior any Republican candi
date who wishes to run for off ce.
His conditions accepted, Stassen
hen made his candidacy official
by signing the election petitions
whieh GOP' leaders already had
circulated for 4fce required num
ber Of' voter s'signatures: I
The man wh at dftb time was
regarded ai. a top presidential
candidate emphasized that he was
running for the mayors office in
order to help- halt a- deterioration
of the Republican Party.
He told the Republicans that un
der ordinary circumstances, the
party would not be extending the
: i L; a..
invuaiion 10 mm 10 runo ajiu iiai
under ordinary circumstances he
would not gjye it srjous consider consideration
ation consideration if he were asked,.
But these are "unusual circum circumstances,"
stances," circumstances," he said. The Republican
.Party has suffered a very serious
decline in Philadelphia, in Penn
sylvania and ii the nation.
"Never in the. history of our
party, with a Republican as pres president
ident president in the White House, has our
party at the same time, suffered
defeats of the depths of those ex experienced
perienced experienced this past November,
1958," he said.
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Thft annual meeting of the Panama Insurance Company,
Inc. Will lake place on Thursday, March 12, 1959, at 4:00
p.m., at Salon Panama, Hoiel El Panama Hilton, to consider
1st. Election of Directors
2nd -Inventories and Balances
K .li-N.-4rt''.v,,rri I-.",.. 1
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RAID OWN WAREHOUSE
MIAMI (UPI) City police found
roulette wheels, dice tables and
other gambling equipment in a
warehouse and thought they had
made a big haul.
Their bubble of excitement was
nnniftiri hv rftiilit' iinlrpo thn saiH
the" atrtblmg1 TdeVices1 1 ad been
seized in a raid and stored there
intil they could be used as evf
at all hours
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UNITED NATIONS REPRESENTATIVE FSTED
T COCKTAIL EVENT AT PANAMA HILTON ;
Panama's Minister of Foreign Relations and Mr. M'iguel J. Mo Mo-Jono
Jono Mo-Jono entertained Wodnuesday it a cocktail party lit tht Wahington
ialon of the Panama Hilton Hotel. ,
T Tho tocial avtnt honorad Dr. David Owen, president of tha Unitad
Naitons Committet for Ttehnieal Assistance, who it visiting tha
!Mr. and Mrs. Rollin W. Waite
of Cleveland, Ohio, announce the
bir.h of their first child, a son,
(yesterday. He has been named
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ramsey of
Margarita. Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
jWaite of NorUifield, Ohio, are the
1 The new mother is the former
Miss Nanc, Ramsey, a graduate
of Cristobal High School. Before
Sier marriage she was employed
With the navigation Division of
tote Panama Canal Company, and
wforked in the P)irt Captain's of of-jfifces
jfifces of-jfifces in both Cristobal and Balboa.
(jives 2 Last Shows
At Hotel El Panama
."The famous Cuban singer Mi Mi-eielito
eielito Mi-eielito (Mr. Babalu) Valdes is
scheduled to make two final
appearances in the Patio of Ho Hotel
tel Hotel 1 Panama Hilton, tonight
and tomorrow night at 10:15.
These will be his last two
local appearances before Wav Waving
ing Waving the Isthmus, where he Is
wfll known and liked.
Clayton Bridga Club
To Moat Tuesday
The Fort Clayton Officers Wives
Bridge Club wil' meet at 1 p.m.
Tuesday at the Officers Club.
Bridge players, should call Mrs.
Jack Morgan, 8ff3134, fop'' reserv reservations.
ations. reservations. V
Bata Chapter Maatt
With Miss Butcher
The regular bi-monthly meeting
of Beta Chapter.' Beta Sigma Phi
was held at the borne of Ana Mae
Butcher in Coco Solo. During the
business meeting, plans weu
made for the, "Spring Rushing
The model meeting was sched scheduled
uled scheduled forWednaiday at he home
of Mary-$adtciiiSn Gatun, when
the rusleesffiPrfiife Introduced to
the aim sand 'purposes of Beta
Sigma Phtv h
Following the business portion
of the meting, Jean Judge pro program
gram program chairman, introduced Alice
McGann as sjeakeT of the even evening.
ing. evening. She sprikeohyarama'i as out outlined
lined outlined in the--Cultural Program
book for "this Chapter's Year.
Drama was traced very lightly
from the sixth century before
Chris, to the present day. In clos closing,
ing, closing, Mrs. McGann presented a
humorous ;njoiologue ;by Elinor
Goulding Smith. ,
The clos ng -ritual was recited
and the co-hostesses Ana Mae
Butcher and Alice McGann served
refreshments. The "white ele elephant"
phant" elephant" raffled off during 'he even even-ingwas
ingwas even-ingwas won by Terry Frazier.
Elkt Lodge Annaoncai
Annual Moonlight Sail
: Plans for the annual moonlight
boat ride sponsored by Elks Lodge
1414 nave been announced. ...
The boat will leave the Gamboa
dock at 7:30 p.m. the evening of
Saturday, Marsh 14, will return it
Ratfre ahments will be serv served
ed served and garnet and dancing will be
featured in the entertainment
The party is schedule as an adult adult-only
only adult-only affair.-
j Because of the limited capacity
Of the ship, tickets must be pur purchased
chased purchased in advance. They may be
bbtaned from Bernie Woods,
John Coppenhaver and other Elks,
or from the manager or bartender
a the Elks Home on La Boca
:ONTIVUED ON PACE JFIVE)
I "Registration Ballroom Dance Classes"
I BEGINNERS ONLY (MEDAL GROUP)
I CLASSES FOR ALL AGES 6 Yrs. to 19 Yrs.
It SAT. MAR. 7th FROM 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
F STUDIO IN WIRZ BLDG. NEXlTfo K. OF C. j
"SPECIAL' 24 HR. LESSONS $12.00
! INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE "SPECIALIST"
! HARNETT & DUNN
sy ... ... h
m i& ten, a a a k mi mw
GIRL SCOUT SUNDAY
Special plans have been made
to welcome Girl Scouts and Brow Brownies
nies Brownies to ihe service on Sunday
mor. :ng at Gamboa UnioniChurch.
This group pilgrimage to the
churches is emphasized as a key
part of Girl Scout Week. Leaders
in Gamboa have encouraged mem members
bers members of troops to attend the
church of their choice or of their
family'd preference. They are ins instructed
tructed instructed 'o wear scout uniforms
and sit together in the service.
Morning Worship at Gamboa TJ TJ-nion
nion TJ-nion Church will open at 10:40 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. The theme of the service
will be "Volunteers." Sunday
School will assemble as usual at
I : mm ft 1 n n
!n Concert Monday,
The USO-JWB will present an
ou-staniing musical even' an Mon Monday
day Monday at 8 p.m. The eminent Chilean
violinist, Pedro d'Andurain will be
heard in-a recital accompanied by
DAndurain made his first con concert
cert concert appearance at the age of 4
and his MievaaVdebiiiie49. A
that im HenYtJ0()weW Ner
York music critic said, "Pedro d'
Anriurain Is not only a phenomen-,
al violinist, but a marvelous mu musician
sician musician as well."
D'An 'urain's concert rat the
USO-JWB will include compositions
by Bloch, Sarasate and Mendelssohn.
lie is $1.00 andT servicemen and
their families will be admit cd
TWO DAY DRAFT
RANGOON, Burma (UPI) The
Burmese Chamber of Deputies is
considering a bill that provides
for compulsory military training
for both men and women.
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16 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
MISS GENEVIEVE PIELUSKO has designed imaginative and
costumes for the folktale Jaid,in southern Spain that will be pre pre-senteOy
senteOy pre-senteOy a bilingual cast assembled by the Panamanian-North
1 American Association. V Ci
New. Senator Puts Wife,
Porch On Govt. Payroll
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A fresh
man Indiana congressman, has put
both his wife and his front porch
on the governmen al payroll, it
was learned yesterday
Rep. Randall S. Harmon (D-
Ind.) has converted the front
porch of his Muncie home into a
congressional district office and
hired his wife to run it while he
is in Washington. Mrs. Harmon
fs getting! Mi4?4 Wf ndA Har
mon can couect up ia $ijuu a
year for operating expenses and
office rent on the porch.
Harmon said he set up the front
porch office because he couldn't
get space in the Muncie post of office
fice office and because rents for private
offices in convenient Muncie lo
cations (' to ?eoo-"to $300 a
The House permi's its members
to use federal buildings in their
districts rent-free, or allows them
up to $1,200 -a year for renting
space in privately-owned build buildings.
ings. buildings. They also get $600 a year
for home office expenses.
I Mrs. Haimon refused, to deti a
(Wwlffllw Imucrt Jtflel govern
ment is being charged for the
porch. She said that figure "is noi
supposed to be released for one-year."
She said the porch, once
screened off, had been enclosed
in glass ami partitioned into two
rooms for the office. Two of her
dining room chairs had been
pressed- inlir "service fui'""Uhe wite-t
room and she planned to put out
her money for two more chairs,
Mrs. Harmon said.
She said she looked for office
space in the local post office, but
the only thing open was a damp
room in the basement.
Harmon said his wife and five
other aides work in the district,
using the front porch office as
Harmon said his wife already Is
cam plaining about the small pay
and large amount of work he
The congressman said his wife
apparency is "next to the lowest
paid" of the wivs of freshmen
congressmen who joined their hus husbands
bands husbands an the government payroll
this year. He noted that some
Congressmen are paying their
wives up to $13,345, the maximum
allowed for House clerical help
Further, he said, a congressman
should get "three times'' the $22,
600 salary now paid.
jMrs. Harmon- also cares for
their three school-age children,
Harmon said, but the office has
proved to be such a chore that
she had to hire help for the
housework, cooking and lauir'ry.
NOMINATED Col. Gines, Perez
former commandant of the U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gu Gu-lick,
lick, Gu-lick, has been nominated for pro
motion to brigadier general, ac ac-cOrdinr
cOrdinr ac-cOrdinr .to word received auHead-
quartefi U.S: f Afmy Carflabean.
His new assignment is chief of
staff of the XVIII Airborne Corps.
Fort Bragg, N.C. Perez was the
commandant of the USARCARIB
School from June 1956 to June
All cooked with Campbell
care in hearty beef broth to
give.you more nourishment
. . more delicious flavor.
TO AHIL GtCXS
AND THEIR FRIENDS
The Elks Club N J542, r
Brazos Heights, C.Z.
is pleased to announce the reopening of j
its kitchen under the management of Mr. ;
Ernest Chong formerly of the Tropic, on
Monday, March 9, 1959.
Featuring Chinese Foods
Steaks and Chicken
OPEN: 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
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' Writtan Hr NEA $fvie
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Opening Ua4-V K
Take 'a look at the South hand
only., Waa.is'your "opening, bid?
If you' are a textbook player
you will open one sptde. All the
books say to open the higher rank rankings
ings rankings pt two fivaar iv" V-
If ,you are a winning player you
will open one club. This is modern
expert 'practiceivii'v ;
. foitne&Asbury 'Park regionaJs
those; South ijlayra who opened
one spade all reached various
gamepwntracatCand all went
down one or more ricks depend depending
ing depending on what the contract and de defense
fense defense 'Wta.-'iVf:' H t
Wiien South opened one club
the bidding usually went exactly
as' shown in the box. t North -uld
get a chance to ahow his heart
suit; at the one level, and his dia diamond
mond diamond suit at the two level whiie
South would be able to rebid his
spade suit and still be at a mere
two spades. '.
Q The bidding hat been:
East South .Wett North
1 Double J'"- 34
You. Souths hold! r
- A? A4 AQ10SJ QJt
-v What do yeu doi
A Bid three ne-trnmp. This
hnJ looka much better or Bin
trieki at no-trump than 11 tricks
at diamonds and a slam will not
make unless partner can bid
TODAFS QUESTION -The
biddjnfcft thf same as in
tho question just answered. You,
South, hold: ; -4AJ8S
VAX 7 4 A Q J J 4,5
What do you do?
Organist GuiM -ine
isthmian Chap.er of the
American Guild o urgahists will
meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Synagogue across from the
Panama Hospital. V
, Members wismng transportadon
may meet n the Balboa YMCA
The Canal-Zone Span'sh Conver
sa.ion Cluo wU noiu its bi-weekly
meeting Weanesday evening at
7:30 ai the Quarry Heigh. s uffic
Casual dress will be appropriate,
Members areuninvited to br ng
The ivlarcu meeting of the Far
ent-xeacher Association, Atlanuc
Side, will be nek Monay even ng
at 7:30 in tht gyninas um of the
Nortif Malrllavhooi. t
Alter a saortAibuilness meeting,
musicalse'leciiof Y will ,be present presented
ed presented by. Miss Ulair White' and; Miss
Wood Carving Class
w 'i'he" fiAt meeting ,of the wood
carving tlass sponsored by the
Canal Zone Art League,' Atlan ic
Side, will be held Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 3 to. 4; at the league's
Gatun worksho v bv
Al WiUa, Instructor, will accep:
registrationSj,y,discuss: examples of
wood cairv ng and show equipment
All Art League -'member and
o her persons interested in wood
carving are invited to participate.
DON'T NEED ADVICE
; ; DUNSTABLE,-; Eftgland (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The local borough council today
turned, down a .suggestion that a
: i : ... 'r J
citizens auvice oureau pe lurmeu.
It would serve no useful pur pur-pose,'
pose,' pur-pose,' the council laid.
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COLON, Rep. of P.
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STARTED TUESDAY, MARCH 3 ; ;
Store- open 9 A.M. ' V ..7
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S2ri7htT l& 3 DwunSl W,U- 2Ewr poet BibuVaTnam.
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The Ponanro Canal Tarpon Club,
announces the chahge"in Tdate of the Fish Fry from
, March 8 to March 15, 1959.
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in 'M'M r'
No Coyer No Minimum
hear Miguelito ing the Afro-cuban,
rhythms" at ohly he can sing theml-
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- ,8ella Vista Roonl will be closed i'
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Flako there's no measuring no Weigh
ing . no kneading. Just, empty a
paekage in a bowl, add water j ihix and
. roll out! In Flako, all the ingreUients
lor a perfect pastry crust have keeti
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.time and you' turn out the tender,
laky, golden paatry you always wanted;
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FRIDAY, MARCH I," M59v
T"? PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT KTWSPAPEE
. f AGI ITTX
Christian Businessmen's Committee
Hears Dr. White, British Surgeon
Mitt rii Eieta
t Miss ?eg& Fnues;, daughter M
Mr. anTMi: C'J JfoilMr bow .W
BoonevmeAr., iormrly '.al,,
Canal Zone," 4u been turned ..
tivitea .chailman of Delta Gam Gamma
ma Gamma soror.ty.at thaUnivtriltjMof
: Now w-lwr aeeond .year t the
. university ; Mitt v Foiles recently
named, to th Dean'i Honor Roil
for the first semes er. She was
graduated ; from Balboa High
School's organizations.' She was a
delegate and junior counselor tp
. Caribbean Girls State.
Crlatehat Wa.nan'a Club i -A
'Arts An drafts Classes 'ys-''i'"-
the' Cristobal r Woman's Club;
has announced plans lor Arts and
Crafts classei for the remainder
of the club year. Interested per-;
sons snouia tau- mn. Aourew
Metigar, 5-478, for further infor-matlon.-
The instruction- will include ar artificial
tificial artificial flower nuking. Wednesday
morn ngsr Mrs. T. Searingen,
instructors' atdnf Thursday at.er
noon. Mnti Percy Lawrence, in-
itruc tar ; baati flower arranging,
Wednesday eireniags, Mrs. Thora-
Bake Sale Temeriw
At OlaWo, Balboa s
Girls State has announced
hflka sale for tomorrow starting
at 9 a.m. Cakes and pastries
wUl broffeov.n tront of the Dia
ble and Balbo 'Postofficei, and
alio In front, otj we Diablo serv
ices' Center, ; '
' ;;The proceedt";fl the sale will go
tovflnancB jurtner tans state ae
Liberal Demos Would liaise Taxes
To Pay For Massive: Budget Hikes
- WASHINGTON (VPD- Two
liberal Democratic senators re replied
plied replied to president Eisenhower's
rkaliwiM vesterdar bv caJllng for
tax increases o'pay for, proposed;
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The life story of Irene and
Vernon Ca?tle, who changed
the dancing habits, fashions,
.. monntri of the American
Tiftrtole. is told in a new book
placed' in circulation this weeK
by the Canal Zone Library.
The new book, entitled "Cas "Castles
tles "Castles in the Air,"L sparkles with
the fun, glamour, and thrU s of
the lively days prior to World
War I. It is also the story of
Irene's lfle after Vernon's tragic
death in 1918.
The complete list of new
books and their author follows;
Non-Fiction Handbook of
Cb-ed Teen Activi ties, De
Marche; Artist's Life, Enters;
Rice Roots, Goodfriend; Wai Wai-wai.
wai. Wai-wai. runnv. Rocketry and Space
-wnioration,' Haley- The Lines
are prawn John io Sew
primer on Alcoholism. Mann;
Miller The -Jersey Luy, picnei;
The College Years, Spectorsky;
Algeria, TlUion! : The Story Of
Peptic Ulcer, Tonkin; Boxing,
V-Five Assn, of America.
Fiction The Empty Shrine,
Barrett; The Case of the Triple
Twist, Bush; Ask Me No More,
Frankau; Band of Brothers,
Frankel: The Seventh Mourner;
Gardiner r Edit with Lead,
Grooms; Surrounded on Three
Sides, Keasler; Killer Among
Us, Martin; Desert Love, Month
erlant : The Prospects are
Added to 'the Periodical Col
lection Horizon; a magazine
of the Arts. v
Added to the Reference Col
lection -r The New Century
iianaoooK oj lingiisn uiteraiure,
Barnhart;vHandbook on Inter International
national International study, 1958; Dictionary
of Quotations (Spanish). Har
bottle; Who's Who of American
ers new budget.
One ; of themr- Sen. Joseph S.
Clark (D-Pa.'), j-ged Congress to
plug "loophole'iin existing taxes
tn Droduce an additional 7-blIlion-
Idotfar aiyear Sn, -revenues. He
also BUKKesiea ; a im,uu,uw
spending hike, j
, The other. Sen. Richard L. Neu Neu-berger
berger Neu-berger (D-Ore.), proposed in increases
creases increases in gasoline and certain
corporation taxes, changes in ex-
Neiiberger,"1wn6 estimated his'
program would bring In about 3 3-billion
billion 3-billion dollars in extra revenue
did not say speeifieally where th
money should be spent, But he in indicated;
dicated; indicated; ut should go for federal
aid to housing, schools, airports,
water resources and jobless nay.
Eisenhower, defending his $77. $77.-100,000,000
100,000,000 $77.-100,000,000 spending proposals'
against Democratic criticism, told
a recent news .conference the re responsible
sponsible responsible way to provide addi addi-tioMl
tioMl addi-tioMl edsra! j s,envices was to
HacV 'taxes Wpay for them.
ClarlPfl"- spending suggestions
would boost federal outlays to
slightly more than 81-billion dol dol-lars
lars dol-lars in the 12 months starting
He said an .additional z-biuion
tion of what he called the "smug
and complacent self-satisfaction
which is the hallmark .of the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration."
'Bier rennsyiyama .uemocrai
also proposed more spending on
loans -to underdeveloped' coun countries,
tries, countries, housing and urban renewal,
education, airports, water resour
ces, depressed areas and public
bait aoci weuace f, d
He said stricter. auditing of taxi
Returns, Rougher rules ;on. business
expense aeaueuonss reaucuon t
the oil-gas depletion allowance
and reduction of the income income-splitting
splitting income-splitting advantage for married
couples in upper income brackets
would bring in more than enough
extra revfridef finance bis
Neuberger's program likewise
Included a reduction in the oil-
gas depletion allowance from
the present 27V4 per cent to 15
hnnM-h-nAnt for de
3&alsecsUw or elimina-
PRESENtATION WTWO AWARPS f or tJT best decorated ta tables
bles tables at the menT a'nnuai Blue land' Gold Dinner of Cub Scout
Pack 19 of Quarry Heights-FPAmadoif and Fifteenth fiaval Dis District
trict District was made to Allen McDtfffcof Den I and Dwight McDaniel
of Den 4 by Col. L. D; FarnsWbrth Jr., a member of the pack'
committee? Highlight of the dinner was the formal presentation
of Pack 19's charter 'to Col. T. "Hi Barfield, pack chairman, by
Brig. Gen. George F1. Schlatter; President of the Canal one- Coun Council
cil Council of the BoyScouts of America More than 100 parents and bpyS
attended the dinner held at the Albrook Officers' Club. (US Army
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Sr.' John White, an Enal'sh
surgeon, who superintends a Le
prosarium in uouvia, was ine
principal speaker at a luncheon
session yesterday of the rscenUy
formed Christian Business Men's
Commitee (CBMC) of the Isth Isth-mus
mus Isth-mus of Panama. ," J:'
Dr White waa one of four
guests who met with the CBMC
at its third session in the Fern
Room of the Tivoll Guesthouse. Guesthouse.-His
His Guesthouse.-His talk was on "How to be Born
Again," or "How to Become a
Member of the Kingdom of Hea
Other guests introduced : were
E. B. Forbes St, Louis, Mo. con contractor
tractor contractor on a three months trip a
round La id American organizing
Gideon Camps; Robert Dawson,
Assistant Canadian Government
Trade Commissioner for Central
America and f Panama, stationed
in Guatemala; and Raymond Fell Fell-wock.
wock. Fell-wock. Central American sales su supervisor
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; Forbes, In a brief address, stat stated
ed stated that the' Gideon Society plac placed
ed placed 700,000 Bibles in United States
hotels and motels Jast year, and
that during the same period
2,000 per day were placed in ho hotels
tels hotels ou side the United States.
He said those placed ill Latin
America were bilingual editions
and had received a tremendous
Dr. White, in developing his
Kint, state; that af er man nad
en biologically born, he in ef effect
fect effect has to bs born again, spirit
ually, 0 attain the Kingdom of
, This spiritual rebirth is a mi
racle of God but man must ac
cept two fundamental precepts
befcre.it can become a reality 7
White said he who receives Je Jesus
sus Jesus as his Lord master, and he
who accepts Jesus is his savior,
can be born again.
At the conclusion of he meet meeting
ing meeting CBMC president Fred Dqo
on announced that next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday there will be a special busi
ness meeting of the organization
at which White will speak again.
He also stated that the next roe
ular monthly meeting, to whicn
: vi ed, wi
be held at the Fern Room on A
pril l at noon.
Th local CBMC is applying
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;-l -i H FRIDAY, MARCH ijsf f
Former Dodgers Trying to Earn
Place With Athletics, Indians
NEW YORK, March 6
Ransom Jackson, who were big league stars awayi
back when the Dodgers played inJBjrbOkiyn(are mak
in? Rtronir earlv bids to start nfewf trarStrs with
American League teams.
- Meyr, the former "Mad Monk
if Flatbush," is trying to win a
dace an the Kansas City Athletics'
litchiBt staff while Jackson, once
'alued !by the Dodgers at $100,000,
B battling for a third base job with
he Cleveland Indians.
Tlw 35-year-old Meyer impressed
oanager Harry Craft yesterday
, rtien he pitched three hitless ta tarings
rings tarings during-Kansas City's final
titra-squad game of the spring,
tfeyef said afterward that his arm
rouble has completely disappear disappeared
ed disappeared and added, "I feel I can stick
irith the Athletics this year."
Jackson, a 33-ytar-old nativt
of Llttl. Rock, Ark., hit two
homors and drove in tight rum
during Hit Indians' thrto-gamt
Intra-squad sorios which was con concluded
cluded concluded ytsttrday. A poll of ntwt ntwt-men
men ntwt-men covering the Indian' camp
made him the series most val valuable
uable valuable player. Shortstop Billy
Moran homered for the big blow
of yesterday's game.
Rookies starred for the Chicago
Vhite Sox, Detroit Tigers, San
"rancisco Giants and St. Louis
Uardinaft In other Thursday mtra mtra-fcuiad
fcuiad mtra-fcuiad games,
Hal Trosky, sort of the former
Cleveland first-baseman who had
an 11-8 record for Colorado Springs
last season, pitched two hitless in innings
nings innings in scoreless White Sox
camp game. Turk Lown, Bill Du Du-four
four Du-four and Don Rudolph also starred,
each allowing one hit.
Earl Hersh, an infielder who hit
only .237 for Wichita, homered for
the game-winning blow in the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers game. It was a free-hitting
affair in which Harvey Kuenn
drove in three runs with a double
and a single. Eddie Yost, ex-Washington
third-baseman, started two
Don Taussig, outfielder who
Tomorrow night at 7 o'clock at
he Diablo Bowling Center, the
Jth annual! City Bowling Tourna Tourna-nent
nent Tourna-nent of the Pan-Canal Bowling
association will get under way. A
rala inaugur:. opening has been
planned, and t&llteal business on
hand, knockinjf ipwn the three
pound six-ounct pins will get un
derway about 7.30 p.m.
Colonel Faison, the Health Di Director
rector Director of the Panama Canal Zone,
will start the ball arolllng. Assist Assisting
ing Assisting him to get the tournament un under
der under way will be Messrs. Hamilton,
Randel, Illueca, Homa, Glicken Glicken-haus
haus Glicken-haus and Amato. Representing the
junior bowlers of the Zone will be
Jerry Sullivan of the 15th Naval
District, and representing the
bowlers of the next generation or
two, will be seven-year-old "Little
The tournament committee has
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ARMAS de MUJER
with Brlgltte Bardot
towed! en Tenecla
(UPI) fiuss Meyer and
hit .212 for ""Phoenix ; last season, hit
two homers and drove in five runs
in San FtanciScd'j Sfipnttst. Rookie
catcher Roger jflCCiraeH ana nan,
Sauer also homered with pitchers
Johnny Antonelli and Mike Mc Mc-Cormick
Cormick Mc-Cormick absorbing most of the
Infielder Walty Shannon, son
of the Cardinals'; farnt 'director
who hit .290. for Houston, blasted
a double and a triple in success successive.
ive. successive. innins"ff Von McDaniel to
highlight St. Louis' contest. It
was a bad debut for the younger
McDaniel, a $50,000 bonus beauty
In mjandva fowr-star flop n
In-other camps: Marty Keough s
two-run homer was the highlight
of the Boston Red Sox' intra-squad
game. Jackie Jensen singled and
popped out in his spring debut
the Washington Senators signed
their last, holdout when Jim,, Del Del-sing
sing Del-sing ageed to terms.
Ruben Gomez oi me rniiauo rniiauo-phla
phla rniiauo-phla Phillies, acquired from San
Francisco in a big winter trade,
told reporters: "I have to pitch ev every
ery every fourth or fifth day to be effec effective.
tive. effective. Witen I dont pitch regulariv
my control is bad.".. Manager
Fred Haney of the Milwaukee
Braves again denying reports of
rift with executive-vice president
Following pitchers named for
Saturday's eraDefruit league open
ers: KejWtoii, MM53J
and Riptolemairior R.ansa iuy,
Vito Valentinetti and Bill Fischer
for Washington; Bob Turfey, Bob
by Shantz and Duke Maas for New
York; rookie, Jim O'Toole, Tom
Acker and Ted Wieand for Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, and Don Drysdale, Sandy
Koufax and Stan Williams lor; JLos
also announced that during
tournament week the lanes
not be available at 5 p.m. and in
that way many bowlers rolled a
frame or two to get the feel of the
By etoinattnfsi these, praotice
session,? alKTSfwiers in tne toum,
ament will be on equal basis as
to locating the spot on the lanes
for good hits.
Also this year, something new
has been added for the interest of
the spectators and participating
bowlers. Charts will be posted,
and the spectators will have the
same knowledge as well as the
tournament committee in keeping
tract of the scores rolled.
A large crowd is expected, and
with a limited amount of seats, it
may be "standing room only" for
I the spectators. ; j t
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Panama Insurance Downs
Blue Star Milk 1-7
By JOE REYNOLDS
Panama- Insurance -continued"
where they left off in the first half
when they defeated Blue Star Milk
-7. Yesterday's game was quite
a siugiest witn eacn team get getting
ting getting over ten hits apiece.
Gomez, Epperson, and Dehling-
er were the big sticks for Panama
Insurance, while Herring and
Lloyd led the way for the Milk
At one time the Milkmen were
with in one run of tieing the In Insurance
surance Insurance Boys, but Gomez quickly
changed things by striking out two
Milkmen in a row.
The box score:.
De la Garza, c
Ab H R
5 1 1
2 0 0
3 3 4
4 2 2
0 0 0
3 1 ,0
0 0 0
1 0 t
0 0 1
2 0 0
28 11 12
4 3 1
4 -2 2
4 2 1
4" 1 0
4 2 "1
4 2 0
0 0 0
3 2 1
31 14 7
Blue Star Milk
Grace Line Defeats
Stabler once again was the sluE-
er for Grace lAnei WithMeU on
irst and sccond.'sabler stepped
up to the plate and sent the ball
sailing over the centerfield fence
Bissell made quite a showing for
his first assignment as pitcher. In
five innings of play, he allowed
only four hits.
After coming to the plate two
times and striking out both times
Pruitt deciduMoifget a hu and.
smashed the ball over the leftfield
Tastee-Freez started a rally in
the fourth inning when Bissel
walked three men and Pruitt came
up and clobbered a home-run. How
ever, this was all the scoring done
by Tastee-Freez, because Bisell
struck out the, next firee batters
The box score:
18 4 6
21 9 11
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At summW Hmmmn
The- annual Elks' Isthmian
Golf Tournament will be held this
year afr the. Summit Golf Club on
March 22. The activities commit committee
tee committee under the capable direction of
Bernie Woods has obtained two
beautiful trophies, which will be
awarded to the low gross shoot shooter
er shooter and the runner-up.
As tnis is a one aay tourna tournament,!
ment,! tournament,! the winner and runner-up
who must be a member of either
Lodge 1414 or 1542 or any other
Lodges will be the Elks' cham champion
pion champion for 1959. Any of the other
prizes may be won by any parti
cipant in the tournament.
All ; Elks and their sons are e-
ligible to participate and encour-
The Pericos wpni their fourth
straight game is as mamy starts in
the second half of line Fastlich
Teenage League yesterday when
they defeated trie raiomas 10 me;
tune of 8-2.
An outstanding job by pitcher
John Marcum, who gainefl ins
tenth victory of the year, and a
couple of homers by catcher Dick
Ness were the deciding factors
of the Pericos' triumph.
Today the Macaws and the v.o v.o-nejos
nejos v.o-nejos will meet. Pitcher Robert,
Fortune, after a three-week 'lay
off,- is the selection for the first
half winners .wnue Jim Dynes, is
the choice for the Conejos.
Three sensational doubleplays
by the Pericos' players helped
Marcum on several occasions.
The second of these was mail
ufactured in the fourth on a sa
crifice fly connected by Brqwdar.
ball to catcher Ness who doubled
up bas--runner Huddleston with a
throw to third sacker Chandler.
Huddleston had tried to advance
after Berger's catch.
The last twin killing broke the
Palomas' back in the seventh
frame. With the bases loaded, Mar-,
cum (fielded neatly a grounder ,hjt
by Ashton, forced the' runner ('at
home and Ness completed the
play with a perfect heave to first first-baseman
baseman first-baseman Joe Rodriguez.
Fred Huddleston also homered
in the game.
Defensively, centerfield Jick
Devore and shortop;Sam Rodri-
Iguezj did brilliant work for their
' Second Half Half-Teams
Teams Half-Teams W
Ocelots ( 3
Macalws ." 2,
American Legion Baseball
Panama Insurance, the only
team to beat the p6werful Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house club, and who now trail
them by one game will get a
chance to even the score when the
two teams meet this Saturday at
the Fort Clayton stadium I in a
game scheduled to start at 1:00
The eame has added significance
as it might well decide the winners
of the second half of the American
Legion Junior Baseball League.
Westinghouse who won .the first
half, undefeated will be : hard ; to
catch if they emerge. victorious
from Saturday's engagement..
On the other hand Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance bywinning this crucial
game will have an everl chance to
win the second half and meet
Westinehouse in a playoff series to
determine the Canal Zone Ameri
can Legion Baseball opampionfc
Fvnprtpd tn start on tne mounu
for Westinehouse is Chico Martin
with a record of six wins and no
defeats, however, the grapevine
has it that manager Wick lores
might'have a surprise' lni.: store
when heeriames his starting "pitch "pitcher.
er. "pitcher. Tom Bright the main stay of
Ihe Insurance pitching staff will be
the starting choice of Bill Hurst,
manager ofipanama Insurance.
Based on its past performance
Panaam Insurance shpuldh; prove
essV victim's to Westinghoiise how-
pvpr, an unset is a definite possi-
biltty' Pearson one of the better
hitters in the league has come out
of hi slump arid Dick, Scott who
an hit the longCbalK could very
well De the fuel that,, will get Pan Panama
ama Panama Insurance thos0 Sill important
Tn nan to this one two punch
there is Frank Bright and Kenny
Amatnitahn have batted .350 in
their 1at three cames.
TWpnsivelv Tom Bricht is the
most Imnroved nitcher In the
ipooup and with some help from
his infield the Insurancemen' should
be, able to knock on wesimgnous
anrl rnntiirp the 2nd naif.
wpstinphdiise in Saturday's game
will be throwing everythingit has
fit th Tnsuranoe'men, i With five
men in the lineun batting, ovet .300
ni rhinn Martin on the .mound
with Rav Amato to back him up if
he should falter; this team is the
odds on favorite to capture the 2nd
half and clinch the pennant.
in other: carries clayed last Sun
day Panama Insurance knocked off
Spur Cola 11 to wniiewesung wniiewesung-house
house wniiewesung-house squeaked by -Orange Kist by
m m r ; -r- .i :. v .''i: ,. r ........ .. i x "r
aged' to do o. Save for the1 trot
pmes- mem-ionea aoove- vie. aiuu
will De a full handicap, affair
For allhose who. do "not. have
an established handicap, the Hor Horner
ner Horner system wiH be used to pro-'
bide them., with one. It' works as
follows: those shooting under t
hundred, -will have ,. heir nine
best holes totaled, multiplied by,
two, par suDtractea ana mat wui
be the handicap, those shooting o o-ver'a
ver'a o-ver'a hundred, the tea best toles
will be used..- : m-4- 1".'','
The only excerWnVand vas
this is held on the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal there has to be an exception),
birdies and eagles are counted
Pericos 8. Palomas 5
Macaws vs Conejos
Abjl H Po
...y -3' l l 2"
Bowen R, 2.1
Rodriguez J., lb
Ness D., c
Rodriguez S., ss
Chandler R., 3b
Berger P., cf
Marcum J,, p
Carlson J., If
Cross Ch., rf
DeVore J., eff
Boatwright B., ss
Huddleston F., c
Browder B., lb
Berg S., p
Ashton W., 2b
Bradshaw C, 3b
Boostrom D., If
McGrath R., rf
Score by Innings
Pericos 1 3 0 0 1 1 18 .8 2
Palomas 1 0 0 0 4 0 0-lQ' 2
Earned Runs: Pericos 5. Palo Palo-inas
inas Palo-inas 4. Errors: Bowen, Carlson,
Huddle ton; Ashton, Homer'ins:
Ness 2, Huddleston. Double: Mar Marcum.
cum. Marcum. RBI: Ness 3, S. Rodriguez,
Marcum, Boatwright 2, Huddles' Huddles'-on
on Huddles'-on 2. BowderSacrifice.: Chand Chandler,
ler, Chandler, Berger, Marcum. Left on ba ba-ses:
ses: ba-ses: Pericos 4, Palomas 8. Douolc
play: Boatright to Browder;
Chandler to Bower to J. rodri rodri-guez;
guez; rodri-guez; Berger to' Ness to Chandler;
Marcum to Ness to J. Rodriguez.
Strikeouts: Marcum 2, Berg 2.
Bases on balls: Berg 5, Marcuin
4, Hit by pi'ch: Marcum 1 (Berg)
Jerg 3 (J Rodriguez, CfoMdioij.
Berger). WVTkarcum (lO-fSlS
Berg (1-6). Umpiren Alonsp.
The box scores follow:
Will, cf .
Weir, p .
x-Geddes for Corrigan 6th
x-Novicki for Kunkel 4th
Womble, ss .
Forbes, 2b .
Bright, F., 3b
Collins, If .
McNatt, cf .
Dolan, c .
Lord, rf .
Bright, T., p,
Hern, lb .
Roe, p .
Martin, ss .
Morris, c .
Scott, lb .
Allen, cf .'.
Camby, rf -'.
Carroll, If .
Amato, R.( pr
X-Barnes, for Rodgera 3rd
x-Price for Camby 4th
Struck out by Amato 2. Roe. 3.
Bases on balls off Amato 4, Roe 4.
Tnnings pitched by Amato 7i Roe 7;
Winning pitcher Amato. Losing
pitcher Roe. Passed balls Z (Mor (Morris).
ris). (Morris). Opponents hit off Amato A,
' . Score. By lnnlnBS'.'UTV'.;''
V l' -j v. I -v "'
Orange; Kist V 000 20l .vjr-5
Westinehouse .. 112 001 -$
ju pars in, computing the handi
j All member participants will re receive
ceive receive bottleof Age wood whis
key in addition to any other prue
thtt'lhey may wine B r o t h e r
Frankle Day, prexie- of Summit,
has promised na very delicious
beffet,- which will b served aft after;
er; after; the tournament. There will be
oo ntry 'm green's ee, but the
buflet wiu be-a. dpuar a neao.
Prizes hayt been donated by
Chico de Oro. Panama Golf Curb.
Salib't, and .-several other 'busi-nesj-
establishments in Panama
i It is Jexpected .that the golfing
dentist of Balboa,' Dr. Herb Mit Mit-Vn,
Vn, Mit-Vn, the; little giant Vinnie Lom Lom-,brbUi
,brbUi Lom-,brbUi and new member, the
Honorable Jack Smith, dean of
horticulture of the Do-Right Col College
lege College of Oamboa, as well as ma ma-nr
nr ma-nr othef solfine. Elks will be in
redntention tor the: championship.
please sign up at either lum
LWge 1sy .Marchrl7 so that the
chef at;Summii ,will have an idea
of ho; many ,to expect. Groups
may be errangfed or 'pairing will
be made, there will ;he Elks milk
;avvlaWe afe several ; places on
thev coursed ;- ...
' Remember .the date March 22,
the pla.ee ..Summit' golf club, any
time atter v:3u a.m.ana a ooi ooi-tle.bf
tle.bf ooi-tle.bf Agewood for every adult
Don Bowden Fourth
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Don Bowden oniy United Stages
runner, who has bettered four
minutes in th mile, opened his
Austrafia-n touir Wednesday night
by..pTaClnrtolrt;0)Jin' a l.OOO'meler
race won by Merb' ElhV.t with
ease on a soggy, cinder track.
Elliot, world's fastest miler
with a 3:54.5 clocking, was timed
in two minutes, 25.3 seconds.
He cefeated Tony Blue, another
Australian, by two yards but
coasted through the final ap-
nroachthto nihen tar. Blue was
imed m2;25j6M :i
John Murray of Australia edged
Bowden of San Jose, Calif.,, by
inches for third place. Both were
timed in 2:26.9. Bowden ran
mile in 3.58.7 in June of 1957 at
Stockton, Calif. (. r
"I'm d'sappcinted with my per performance
formance performance but, made a lew1 tao tao-ttcWfUfKkes
ttcWfUfKkes tao-ttcWfUfKkes during the race."
Bowden said. "I finisped very
strongly bu started far too late.
The conditions were very bad
with the track slippery. I have no
excuses but perhaps all- ved the
track to worry me too much
"I m hoping for a fast track
next Monday to give me a chance
to prove.. I'm a better runner
thW -nlgM''" exhibition su
HE WHO HESITATES ...
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Police (UPI)-Police failed to act promptly
yesterday when an angry house
wife called demanding they re remove
move remove a skurfk Acafcass from her
Back ya'rd.f(i'-l,n ''
A short tirh ; after the call, a
strong odor pervaded police head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. There was a dead, skunk
outside the office door.
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Balboa Men's Winter League
Names of bowlers 'wanting v!tq
bowl in the Balboa Men's Summer
League are now telng accepted by
team selection chairman M. Fer
nandez. Deadline for ehlriesi will
Tivoli Travel';:, J
Good Year Tires
Higb Team '3 Games'
Hillman Cars 2609
Zenith TV ; 2543
'Lincoln Life 2528
High, -Team- Game .. r
Kent t 929
Blue Star .' 916
High Individual Games
E. Pope 656
H. DeLuca 627
R. Toland, 6;j
High Individual Game
Martini Vermouth upset the ap
pie cart by taking Hillman 3 for
In this series there were no high
scores;- Sou h was high, for Marti
ni With 4S4 and J.ButDQn,, high
In another iipset, lra
Zenith 3 for -1 This match was
more ur to par. Zenith had 233,
and Astra- 2419 for series Bieber
high for Astra with '573 and DeLu
ca high' for Zenith 502
The hard luck Peps Jola were
nnaptt nut In ann her. Hnse mw
by Lfncoln Life, h&X?J&
jng uie ihsl game vy uiuy o puis
and the series by 21 "Their 2328
series would have been more than
T Lutenberger was high for Pep
sicola with a good 542 Harry
Klumpp, the old pro was high for
Lincoln with 493
Tivoli Travels .split with ", Kent
tal pin fall by' only 8 'pins Geo
Novey was high for Tivoli with "a
fine 55G Pepe Damian's blind
score was high for Kent 5i6
The top scoring match of the
evening was with. Balboa Beer
and Good Year, 2 for 2 Good
Year rolled Jheir Kigh iame C8T?r
and highrWOTf for tiih$
son ..nd wttiild "6fbefehfgo'od eho'ugh
to have took 4 points from any
other team Balboa, one of the hot
test teams in the league had
Good Year missed 3rd high ser
ies by only1 6 pins Lane high
for Gwd Year with'-' $43, Cnrly
Bates had 538, Dunn 506 and
Ortez 504 Recia high for Balboa
with 543, Perez had 530 and Dube
525, How about 'that V
Blue Star the pnderiUa Team,
high has moved' up from .last
place to 8th took all 4 points the
easy way from Cafe Duran, with
a fine (2423) series I Somarriba
, t V J i
7:0 .. iiiitWN .' 2 -. V
, i ; v-1.- ? 'TrrpM?
.;, .. preent '-";-; i
.'''',-5iu .if :.in-i.'., r:ln '.! ' : : -'
y lv&!'. I
1 . 1 1 II ', tw---" i ' 't .-j a i -. ,i.
M in hi ,. r i t
was;high for Blue $tar with
good 544,,' L Hack Had 52 r and:
King had; 311 R .TMand' high for ":
the coffee' boys': with ,337 and X -A
Boyd Brothers In.
paper Mati&. Pens
uamel Winston Salem: ff 3
Canada Dry. Jli Spots t 5? 3
Pabst Blue Ribbon" 2 6
Fascual Cookies"?;, L !t0 8
Leadihe averacesV Alvarado 173:
Nickishef 171; Rudy ,170,,' Ladiesi
Kuay I53f 'Metzget 49,i;Smilh 137
' "tSVeehi Murie 'ffh'-1
Camel Winston Salem 0
; The Grecha Music gaiters Con
linuei iheir jnerry tune- on ;h
pinsertfterTnaaf irelght i a
row, in. the Sc. .d part of the split
season. Spotting;' th darnel Wins Winston
ton Winston Salems five marks' per game,
did tiot deter the Grecha wliea
tney oeat the cigarette smokers by
ib sucks. t .-,:
tha wacftn with o AA 'coritii
Grecha 'Music Store'-. '8 0
Bass' Shoes f;-':': 19' t ''
Dillon-Hicknian'r V iriy $
Ebonite;::-:; V 5':3'?1:
and 606 -handicap set. -The rest of t
he Grech Musicians from Ccu-
tral AVenue were in harmony with",i
Helen Glud collecting 538; D lu-'.',!tt
dy 518, Vi Rudy 511 and Bev Half ;; -liday
500 all haiidicapiNTtf r Pieu
and Jerry HiE were' thBtaniard.:
bearerr for the Catnet Winstpn and;- Jut
Salems wi.h 538 and 532 handicap""?'1"'
series. - - t
Bass Shoes 2 Turco Products 2
Thanks to decisive m'arkin in
the curtain raiser, the Bass Shoe's
walked to oan. eyep splijt with the,
Turco SjdtanS,0wifoJo)flthe m;i
die and, final; games., As usual the
high potentates thft Turcos was -Bill
Nickisher witl). a 528 r scratch"" -and
549 handicap, and bis lay 7":
boss, Rps tabl3d 527 and Vic Or',,
tiz ,handvan.,.Pnr. iflip-fnnlujp-ir
kids, Jim. Catron and Claus Kl-.Ctt"'
ian were the ringleaders M h 55(1 J
atod 559 handicap sets.
The doormats of the league hi -.
the first part of the season,- the
Ebonites are becoming rrough (
tendors for the second part crown.
Nineteen more sticks more and
the Ebonites would have had a t
clean sweepASiit wftreYthey set'-i
tied for 'Mr eB-ifirtfffs htts Brucpl
Morrow 'lratt?So&t Wttiself a sue- W
cessful vening with."' 511 scratch -Va
and 586 handicap.
Freddie- Martinez with 520 and
Burt DeVeau'S 509 both (handicap
made the Ebonies very happy
Raul Alvarado with a 517 scratch
tried to spark the Paper Ma
Pens but only one other "Papa.Jt
maiie responaea, wnen.jjirme wo-'lJt,,
litarsky ha4 a 506 handicap. )
Boyd Brothers Insurance 4 J
Pascual Cookies 0 hi
The Boyd Brothprsclnsurance So Solictors
lictors Solictors get ing ready for the com coming
ing coming -;TQrnament had.-,thir : maii,r
bowlera in excellent form and they v a
carried away all lour' points. Mel
Leidner returning to his old form,
had a 503 scratch 'Series and 563 : ',!,',.
handicaps Pop i Curly iRates ,,a,.v,..
rieht in1 there with the younes'er,,
witii a 540 handicap and Paul KarstVVlt..
was omy one.pm ju-artedie. i
(Continuedj en .Page 8) ,v
a score of 5 to s.
U.i.l ,11 li'.,(, it,t,i,,
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., ."if v' .' 'l'Tw:...ft "U'S'V
FRIDAY, MARCH &" 1959
THl rAX&MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSPAPEB :
Clash. Tomorrow. rln 0750
' T Three second series imported thprouj;Wbreda en entered
tered entered for m IMareriS $T.500S adde(rsixIurlonff
Franckco Ariag ParedeS
noon will get their final
quartetf mile dash at the
'The trio Quidlco. Don Lucho,
and ymcxi will tnaf en str.des
in the tenth race. The six furlong
dash is lilted pi the main event
of the regular Saturday afternoon,
program. Aipma and sicidu, Docn
Impressive winners last week, re
i t.-j.i-j .a-V.'. v. ...--
iso acneauiea w -iari.
Cristian Rebolledo. who is ex
pected to bo aboard QuiiJice fof
the big classic, will be in the stud
Maaui star'r saddle. Braulio Bea
ts wiU quide Quickie but will most
I Icily do the booting wet y
Medio in, the March li .r-rint .fea .feature.
ture. .feature. Guillermo MUord -replaces
the suspended Jose Jlloa on, Dob
J-ucho. .r -U'y. ..'
... Last week Quidico breezed to an
easy win over a bunch of third
series racers while turning six pa panels
nels panels in 1:11 4-5. Alpina nosed' out
Don Lucho over sevenMurlonit in
1:2 4-5 while Slcsba won over the
same distance in 1:28 s-5. Quickie
wound up third, behind Alpina and
Don Lucho.. v-.,
Fernando Alvarez,' as usual, will
ride Alpina while Amado Credidio
'. ftU-- '.ji'.C
An outmoded 'rule that is still
la effect at the President Remon
racetrack is -the one Dhatrgoverns
disqualifications when horses meet
interference in the homestretch.
ThU mlA leaves .it UO t the
tewar. to decide ; whether' the
foul in question )? would ."af ."affected
fected ."affected the result of tie race." As
a result, there are seldota any
jdisquali&eations (no matter bow
.glaring '. The' foul) because, how
can the stewards be sure that the
result of the race would not have
been the; same? ;" ;
I am' sore 1hat the stewards
re well-MentVottitf M riert riert-ly
ly riert-ly attempt t l.irly apply h.
rule m every ease. However,
.her are times when the stew
ards'; decisions contrast with the
pinion of tho maiorlty of rate
ears, like in fro recent ease
of Intreduetioh and Granadero.
In beth eases the fcul were ryi
Hi accidental. r r' -H
Thii reulatioa duU unnecessary.
iwiitv on the stewards and
muiia easiiv -M eiumnatB". rt"
- v ..
miv..m and, tiD-to-date racetracks
.Mctnt, the President Remon
track) rule automatic auquautica
PACIFIC LITTLE LIAOUE.
Glbrattar Life ;,.
PoUce -,.f;, I
Spur Cola 2 1
Elks 1414 i i
Lincoln Life o z
"Police 11 Elks 9
That one biff 'lnnink Is' getting
i6 be .commonplace in the Pacific
little League Yesterday, it was
the Police team that came up wun
that big inning They sent 12
men": up to the plate ana nine
of them to give them eventually
scored- to savo 1
them an 119 victory
- Tho victim or tne npnsmy was
the Elks Lodgeboys, who after the
first 'inning nightmare settle
down and played commendable
ball-With a. nine run deficit, the
Elks foueht back and brought the
score Lessiakr- with 'three for and
backstop McGratfa, with a two for
three "mark !;&6-"H,Lt
Billy agon, Lw rontaine and
Rus Poore of the Elks also now-
dered the pill, with two safeblows
Austin, c ...
r oniauifc, as
4 0 0
) b: i
4 2 3
4 0 2
4 :i' i
2 0 0
i f. ,. r,e jhsc j, i -,,. : -r-
bif sicft tCtobfc)r after
tuneup rcVMa $750 three
President Remon racetrack.
eets the mount ottSicabu because
Baeza will be riding Quickie. Bae Bae-la
la Bae-la rode Sicabu to thrilling victo
ries h a last twv tin.es out.
. This race ias all -the earmarks
of a thriller. It should be worth
seeing. !.. .v,--,.1 '-.- .,
;. in the secondary attraction, Gra
nadero, the victira last jtveeit of an
elastic rule governing aisquaiif)
kationi, again, meets Princess Gi-
tana. The latter snouia nave been
disqualified after causing Grana Grana-dero's
dero's Grana-dero's rider to take back in the
final sixteenth of a one mile race
last. Saturaa.v nut tae stewards rul
ed, that the foul was "accidental"
because the mare shied from the
It is nigh time a more up-to-
date ruling on disqualifications is
put into j: the books, D squalif ica ica-tions
tions ica-tions are automatic at every major
racetrack when it is proven that
a horse has been -.fouled, or inter
fered with in any manner in the
homestretch accidental or not.
Nine other races are included on
an attractive program.
tiona whenever it is pi-oven that
there has been a foul in the home homestretch
stretch homestretch regardless of whether the
racenerence was accidental or
whether -the horse that did the
fouling was ten lengths the best,
rife an Jron clad rule is put into
effect, I am sure that homestretch
fouling Would be reduced to a
minimum and the steward could
never be unjustifiably accused of
"playing favorites" whenever con confronted
fronted confronted with one of these touchy
sum wp ma irainerr standing
with ten winners for th first
two months of this year. Larry
Tomlinson is second with eight
triumps whlla Arturo while Ar.
tore Phillips and Emilio Mejia
Calves are deadlocked in this
place with seven each.
, !, .H-!ii tiia. hi.
i-.l'Mil.itds'TTSa ft -ali.T air
Hjimportea racers yon -Sam, Blue
Paint. Marie Chantal arid Knnm.
brecida and the native i' through through-breds
breds through-breds Tobi, Don Smith, and Dina Dina-mita
mita Dina-mita will brea' into liie local rac
ing picture over -the weeekod
-Jon Sam and Marie Chantal
wiu start in tomorrow'r, eighth
a &entuty-bred chestnut: son of
varstep-Tizza P'Or; rHe is owned
by the "JD" Stable and is being
uajucu vy isaac .samj Jimenez
Marie Chantal, a bay Chilean Chilean-bred
bred Chilean-bred filly by Prince-Old Maid, is
pT?'!r5f. ?t4 f,R
Blue Paint and Ehsombrecida
Will match strides in KrniH.
first r tee for imported three and
iour-year-oid maidens. Blue Paint,
ui vcai-u.u ungusji-urea cnesi
nut daughter of Blue Peter-faint
ea Haurt, i; tfWned .b the ,tud
v.(ur.q uv-ana iraineq oyr SQtero
nuoas. , ....
Ensombrecida, a dark bay three.
year old Chilean-bred filly by
Pundit-Landcloud, is owned, by He-
radio sariena uustamante and
trained by Jose Rarno Busts-
mante.;, :. ,v .
Tho' natives are 'all two-year-olds
entered for Sunday's fourth
race a four furlong dash tor
maidens. Tobi, a giant-sized full
brother to the disappointing Don
Luis, Is a brown offspring .of
BarretkvLltHe Lulu. Ja Js own.
od by tho Stud 4 Ases and, train trained
ed trained by Daniel Ciniglio.
Don Smith a bay colt bv Count
Curley out of English Mary; is
the property of Buster Brown aud
trained by Alfredo Smith.
araes Mimijsy) suyera u the
uinamua, a oar
filly' by Count urley4den.ficada,
.' Dbfia Flora,- Latino and Panciic
Lopez will compete this week
without blinkers while Artie Prin Princess
cess Princess wilii race with a hood.
LONDON (UPli Soviet re researchers
searchers researchers are working on a pencil pencil-shaped
shaped pencil-shaped scalpel mat uses ultrason ultrasonic
ic ultrasonic vibrations to make bloodless in
eistons, Radio Moscow said yester yester-iff.
iff. yester-iff. ,tk reported that the scalpel
ilways MmuMrfaigterile because
toe ultrasonieN vibrations would
kill microbes, A surgeon using the
scalpel would trace a line slowly
on the akin of a paUent. The vi
nraTiAmi r-tftiiM W.. .u
flesh, instantly eoasulatins! blood
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Race 7th
Series Imp. I
1 Ben My Chree B. BieiallO JockeV .may help
2 Gnmilda '-V. Tejada 183xarly speed only
8 Lark c. Quiros 105x Nothng to indicate
4 La Fama J H. Hdalgo 107 x -Form Indicates
5 The Squre D. Barret 109x Distance shoula help
Rutilante J. Talavera 110 -Early apeed only
7 Thunderstreak R. Vasquex 113 Last 4oesn". count
2nd Race. 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
. n 2nd RACE OF
6 (Mi Locura
R. Vasquei w
A. Credidio 112
J. Rodriguez 115
Oi Bravo lis
A. Ycaza 110
C. Quiros 103x
H. Hidalgo 105x
B. Baeza 108
3rd Raee "C" Natives I Fgs.
3- Doo Vito
H. .Hidalgo 103x
, B. Baeza 114
G. Milord 110
E. Dario 110
4th Race "D" Natives
7 Fgs, Purse
4 Linda Susy
G. Sanchez 115
A. Aifaro 112'
R. Prestan 107x
G. Milord 112
B. Baeza 11
B. Aguirre 110
5th Race 7th Series Imp. I Fgs.
1 Latino DivBarrfe,107iuWothing recently 25-1
2 Dawn Song H. Hidalgo 103x Dangerous thij time 5-2
3 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 112 Seeks repeat victory EVEN
4 (Mi Cautiva I. Reyes 114 Long overdue EVEN
5 (Doble Fija R. Vasques 115 Form indicates EVEN
th Race th Seri
1st RACE OF
1 Dofia .Flora
3 Now Then
6 Highland P.
G. Milord 106 Depend, on start
D. Barret 103x -Could surprise
3. Talavera 113 Waiting for spot
B. Baeza 110 -jockey will help
S.,,,Caryjai.l08ii.Tn.proved in last
ILilfldalgologk-Should acore again
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
6 Julio Verne
8 Don Cirilo
10 Towns Wall
F. Alvarez 115
J. Phillips 105
J, Talavera 108
Ri Cristian 110.
G. Milotd 110
L. Tufion 103x
J P.. Diaz 102x
) O Bravo 118
B. Baeza 110
5. Carvajal 108
Race "Special" Imp. 4 Fgs.
1 Don Sam B. Baeza 115
2 Gran Capitan B. Aguirre 115
3 M. Chsntel G. Milord 115
4 Miss Brunette O. Bravo 116
5 Luzbel H. Hidalgo 102x
6 Don Tadeo J .Rodriguez 110
9th Raca 4th Series Jmp, .7,
1 Gavilan A. Credidio 115
2 XEl Agheila E. Dario 110
3 Artie Princess G. Milord 112
8 Princesa G
10 Last Dust
V. Tejada 103x
B. (Baeza 115
J. Talavera 110
. AtAltorp. 110
R. Cnstian 115
G. Sanchez 112
H. Hidalgo 103x
10th Race 2nd Series Imp. a Fgs.
1- Sicsbu A. Credidio 106
2-Alpim. F. Alvarez 112
3-Don Lucho GjMilord 112
4- Quickie B. Baeza 108
5- Quidico R. Cristian 115
11th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fge.
6 (La Brisa
A. SilVa 106
C Milord 106,
A. Ycaza 112
A. Credidio 110
R. Cristian 115
B. Baeza, 118 1
: ; I 1
Gus Mancuso was a maTor
league catcher for 17 seasons, -all
in tne national League. Gus came
up to the rtalors to stay in 1930
when he caught 76 games for the
n.-Jl i !i ... a
varumais ana nu .joo. no movea
to the Giants in 1933 tor six sea seasons,
sons, seasons, four of those years be'ng
the regular catcher for Carl Hub-
bell and other Giant greats of that
era. Mancuso later played (or the
CubSj; Dodgers, Cardinals, back to
the Giants and woundup in ,1945
with the Phillies He batted .265
for his career with .301 for the
1935 Giants his best over 100-or-more
game season. ;
Whatever happened" ..lb Gus
Mancuso? Now 63, he Is an, .auto.
Tiobile sslesman and baseball
oroadcester in Houston, Tex.
Peel Closes TiOO
Peel Closes 1430
Has beaten better
Returns in good shape
Hard to beat here
Horse to beat now
Early apeed only
- Good early speed
Poor recent races
Could score here
Purse 1425.00 Pool Closes 2:00
-Not a'?1"81 these ' 10-1
-r-In .fight" to finish r '74
RaioE-sB4rp form ' EVEN
-Can take it all 3-2
$400.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Usually close up
Favorite ride, up
Ran well in last
Back in top form
Purse $450.00 Poet Closes 3:00
Pool Closes 3:40
Purse $500X0 Peel Closes 4:10
--.Form indicates 3-2
Improving slowly 5-1
Quits badly in stretch lo-l
Early speed only io-l
i ould get up here 5-1
Nothing in months 25-1
Would pay fa: odds 30-1
Can Beat these 2-1
Jockeys may solve him 4-1
Usually close up 41
Purse $450,00 Peel Closes 4:40
Has good workouts
Rider only handicap
- rReportedly improved
Better this week
FWse K06.W Pool Closes 1:15
Knocking at door
Early speed only
Could make It here
Not in this field
Gets stiff test
Could score again
- r Pesn't seem likely
Could be upaetter
Early speed only
Purse $750.00 Peel Cloes 5:40
Seelps third straight
Hartl fight here
- Seems best here
Notiiing in ages
Not good enough
Usually close up
- Showing improvement
No. 1 contender
-Best early speed
Should score again
' PEDRO MIGUEL
All tTao and skent chnntw n
the Isthmus am hni ni-,i
to attend pur next registered mer merchandise
chandise merchandise trap shoot to be held at
this elub, top of Paraiso Hill on
Gamboa Road, next Sunday,
Promm will betrin t m
sharp and will be as follows:
"S TST.86!1 frort w-yd. rise.
50 ATA handicap targets.
Five nieces of nsofnii m.r-h.
j. ,rm Nivt aaiaJ-
dise wiu be awarded to the five
highest scores on the. 75 target
over-all. Usual fees. .
Immediately folkwlno' th.
shoot there will be a session of
skeet on tho new akeitt rncri M.
centlv inaugurate.) Pipntv --m
drinks. Self servfce
CLARWATER. Fla. .UPIV-
For a manager who finished last,
Eddie Sawyer of the Philadelphia
Phillies is pretty high on his ball
He doesn't think it's nearly a
bad as last year's eisnth-Dlace
f nish indicates. ,.- 4
"We have first-division poten poten-iaL'l
iaL'l poten-iaL'l maintains Sawyer, who led
the Phillies to their first pennant
in 35 years back in 1950.
we have EOOd DlLchin. and
fair power. Last year our defense,
especially in the infield, was
poor. All the moves We made dur during
ing during the off season were aimed at
improving that defense."
Ihe b eeest move in tht direr.
tion, -Sawyer believes, was the ac acquisition
quisition acquisition of George Anderson, the
suck iieiaing second baseman who
hit only .269 at Montreal last sea
son. The Phillies have up out out-lieWer
lieWer out-lieWer R p Repulski and two
minor league. Ditchers to lura An.
derson away irom .the Los, Ange-
les j-oagers. j. ; -. :-
Andersen Key Man
"Anderson is the key man on
how we sre going to do this
year," Sawyer forecast. "All the
reports we hi ve it that he can
do the job in the field. If he can,
that plugs up a weak gap for us.
The question is. how much he will
"Well, he won't have to hit too
much to keep his job if he makes
the double play and fields the
ground balls around second basei
that last year were going through
for hits. A pi' -her likes some hit hitting
ting hitting behind him but more impor important
tant important he wants a good defense."
Sawyer said the Phillies are
"talking to all the other lubs
trying to make more deals."
"We haven't anything concrete
in the works, but we're trying,"
he added, explain'ng that "when
you finish last you have to take
some chances on deals you other otherwise
wise otherwise wouldn't make."
He stressed that the Phillies
were "getting the best players
avauaoie aiuiougn mere is some
doubt whether they are major
"You get down to the fact that
the only thint you can do is to
let Jhe best, players on the mar mar-ef
ef mar-ef and that's what we have drink
Maybe we've made some mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, but we are in a spot where
we have to gamble. We can't do
any worse than we did last year."
2 Sa prist!
5 Dawn Seng
8 Miss Brunette
Doble Fija (ej
11- Platano (e)
NEW YORK (UPI)-Seven top
golf professionals will compete in
ABC-TV's "All-Star Golf" tourna tournament
ment tournament which will be filmed begn begn-ning
ning begn-ning March 16 in Palm Springs,
Calif. Those signed to play are
Sam Snead, Cary Middlecoff,
Jimmy Demaret, Porky Oliver,
Lloyd Mangrum, Billy Casper and
Says Phillies Have, 1st Division Potential'
Sawyer was let out as manager
of the Phillies in 1962, two years
after he led his J'Whiz Kids" to
the pennant. He was hired back
late last season when Mayo Smi'b
"I'm sorry I couldn't do bet better,
ter, better, Sawyer said. "The club was
gomjg poorly when I took over.
The tires shown at the right, have,
several thousand miles of non -'skid
mileage remaining in the tread. They
are not ready for retreading. Watch
your tires get maximum original
mileage do not retread too soon.
$ It' l
I, tj. Y r
&n; if I
T00 LATE... f
, The tires shown on the right have
been driven too Jong. When jrou avs
VrflvV tires if 'tht. tord bffdy is
visible yoif are throwing money
away. They are beyond the safe
retread point. When this happens,
the 70 you invested' in the cord
body when you bought new tires
s . a m
i ,. is wst tor luturei use.
We are open during the noon hours for
BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO
OLDSMOBILE o CHEVROLET
-.at i V -, f 4
but jt wasn't in the cellar. Bui
that's where it 'finished.
Prf(tpk StHel 'Finish? ")
'It isn't going "16 finish there
again. It's the best eigh h-place
club I've eve seen and t isn't
going to take much to' get us back
in the firs' division.
"Maybe just Anderson can do
Save u $)
retread before it is too
WM O lit
first 9 WW't X
INTO FIRESTONE AND LET
CHECK YOUR TIRES v FREE
Drive jyotf f . Pay looter
every Friday from 9.;00 to 9:30 p.m.
Community Network YCN
. 1 -" vii'. '. jit' 1 i:"
1 ) n
the trick, if ne imorovips on- -tense
me way we ffliBK ne can can-well,
well, can-well, we have everything else. t
make the big noyi fake nrtice.5
By the "b boys" he meant
the Braves, P rates, Giants, Reds
and the Dodger.. He rates them
as the ougiiest clubs in the
new tire cost
The tires -shown on
the left are ready,
for retreading. Now
in the time to have
them rctrearled bjr
the Firestone Fac Factory
tory Factory Method.
A D S
'THIS SP'Acr. i rnoif '(
THIS SPACE IS FOR" SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
LEAvf Troon AD WITH OJfK OOB AGENTS 'O OUB OFFICES -AT 1S-S7 "H" STREET. PANAMA MBREKIA MECIADO Street No. U AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACIONES No. Lotto? Plaza CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDF.S PHARMACY 182 La Canaseuilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. If "B" Street -a MORRISON th of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACLA ESTADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 14 CenMl Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fee. da Is Oasa Ave. Ne. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Araaeaena Ave; and 33 St. a FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER JIS-W Street N'S3 fARMACIA FX BATURBO Prqtw televrm 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porraj tU NOVEDADES ATHIS-.
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre and at U Branch at the MisUnaz Super Market en Via Buuia at Juaa rranee. '.,..,
A FOR INFORMATION- TELEPHONE 2-0740
For? em 0
PHILLIPS Ocaanside Cottage
Santa Clara R. d P. Pfcona Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 $77 Cristobal 3-1673.
Foster cottage, between Santa
Clara and Rio Hata. Ntw low
ratal. Phona Balboa 1866.
Club Allamira vs.
Club Health Bureau
Club Altamira and the Club
Health Bureau of the Pacific side
will play a Softball game at the
Santa Rita ball park tomorrow
This will be the first of a series
of inter-club games to be played
on both sides of the Isthmus dur during
ing during the dry season
In tomorrow's tilt Gil Gonzalo
Garrido, director of Physical Edu Education
cation Education of the Minis'ry of Educa Education,
tion, Education, will toss out the first ball
while Guillermo Leblanc F. of
Leblanc's. Enterprise will be the
Manager Joseph of Club Altami Altamira
ra Altamira has announced that his opening
lineup will see Victor Carew in
center, T. L. Edghill at short it.
Carter 2b, C. Jones 3b, A. Reid
lb, I. Smalll in right V. Elcock
as back stop, R. Holder in left and
S. Hall on the mound
In the meantime cunning Mar Martin
tin Martin DeSilva, the Health Bureau's
manager has tected the follow following
ing following aces to reduce the "Altami "Altami-ras
ras "Altami-ras to size", M. Smith 2b, V. Gor
don 3b, L. Marks cf, A. Williams,
catcher, R. Esteban lb, Samuels
s, E. Thomas If A. Batson rl,
and G. Gustave, pitcher.
Both managers have reported
that their charges are in top form
and each has that calm confi
dence of victory.
Game time is scheduled for 10
The Manna Bible Institute of Pa Panama
nama Panama has decided to postpone the
opening date of classes to March
24 to enable the students to take
a more active part in the Evan Evangelistic
gelistic Evangelistic services now in process by
the Evangelical Ministers Council
of Panama and the Canal Zone.
Those willing to enroll, may still
Time, March 9
U.S. N ews World
Advertise in thiffctiorv,:' Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOjl?INFORMAT.ON CALL 2-0740
.V. ff-; 1
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
. Tel. Panama 2-05S2
Monday thru Frldav
:on a.m. to 12:00
2:0 p.m. to S:00
Saturday: t:0 a.m. lo 12:M
CHICAGO (UPD Baron Eugene
de Rothschild, of the European
banking family, arrived in the
Windy City yesterday and express expressed
ed expressed solicitude for those who greeted
"You have cold hands," he said.
'You must all drink a glass of
THE LAST WORD
ALTON. England (UPD-Joseph
Vv. Payne told a local court a dog
hit him.' but that he had the last
"1 growled at it and it disap disap-Kareffi
Kareffi disap-Kareffi Payne siri.
fOR RENT: Attra;? Jur Jur-nished
nished Jur-nished 2 bedroom apartment, hot
watar, maid's room, Carhpo Ala
grt. One bedroom, apartment in
Saa Freeise, Phono ,3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, San Francisco, 86th Street
No. 6, naar Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: A two fedroom
screened apartment, Hvinf -din-
ing room; kitchen, garace. maid i
room with bath, laundry, hot wa wa-'
' wa-' tar installation. Naar Santuario
. Nacional. $90.00. Phona 2 2-04SI,
04SI, 2-04SI, office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
living room, dining room, two
bedrooms, maid's room, wash
tubs, garage, hot water, $1 30.00.
Eusebio A. Morales, "Olga Apart Apartments,"
ments," Apartments," El Canqrtjo. Enquire
apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
two bedroom apartment, $60.00.
Vista flermosa. Francisco Filos
No. 32, Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedroom's apartments, (chalet),
garage. ,168 Via Belisario Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras ($110,00).
FOR REHTt One bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, living-dining room, maid's
room, hot watar garage, $75 and
$72. Via Argentina, telephone
FOR RENT: Beat located ona
room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street No.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room,
stove. yefrigalitfUouble coach,
private bath ed entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
In Bridge Starts
A beginners class in bridge will
start next Wednesday, at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center.
ter. Center. Instruction for taginners will
be given by Pfc. Richard Spero.
The classes will be held every
Wednesday Mtkhistruction is free.
Servicemetand their families as
well as the etieral public are In Invited
vited Invited to take advantage of this op-
Jan., Feb. 0.25
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
' .oniBew" a
No. 43 Automobile How
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
BOOTS FOUR WINNERS
HALLANDALE, Fl. (UPD (UPD-Jockey
Jockey (UPD-Jockey Bobby Ussery booted
home four winners during
Wednesday's opening day pro program
gram program at Gulfstream Park. Cs
sery's big victory was aboard Ai Ai-hambra
hambra Ai-hambra ($5.80) in the Armd
Handicap Hr also scored on Cut
and Run ($9.70), Alummi ($9.00)
and Running Wolf ($11.50!. Al Al-h
h Al-h am bra set a track, record of
1:08 4-5" for six furlongs.
FOR SAUr Plymouth' t?57
Fordor Plaaa, pushbutton drive,
12,000 miles, perfect. Will trade
for older, mode!. Call. Balboa 2 2-1744,
1744, 2-1744, one ower4$1650.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac 2 2-door
door 2-door $2550. Offica 82-3117,
FOR SAJ.E1 -1 95 3 Ford Raneh Raneh-wagon,
wagon, Raneh-wagon, Fordoriiarie, extra rear
seat, vaey- goo' condition, 1 tp tp-gidairc
gidairc tp-gidairc refrigerator with new 60
cyde unit, 770-A, Balboa, Tali
FOR SALE: Oldsmobila 1957
Super 88, two door sedan, low
mileage. Excellent condition.
FOR SALE: 52 Hillman, Navy
3535, $300.00. Good condition,
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1957
Buick, four door, hardtop, power
(tearing,, windows,. Dynaf low,
tinted glass. $1950? call 6-206
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford sedan
Canal Zona inspected, new bat battery,
tery, battery, phone Balboa 2-3439.
FOR' SALE: l56 Chevrolet
coupe. Excellent .condition, new
tires. Phone 3-7862.
FOR SALE: Packard 4 door
sedan, new brake job complete.
1959 impacted, good buy $200,
Call Balboa 2-3218.
12 ft. Hotpoin eaeror, ex excellent
cellent excellent conditio n, $125.00.
Phone Panama 3-6895 days,
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
Commander, hydramatic, new
battery, good tires, duty paid.
Call Navy 2256.
FOR SALE: Ford "Polaraii" air
conditioner, 9 months old $250.
Albroek 3294 or 6276 (Sgt.
AUTOS EISEMAN, S.A. Offers
the best used cars in town.
1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 4DR,
(ufbeudje, .WS Wall tires,
plastic covered "upholstery. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition,
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Hard Top
Coupe tutone, radio, WS Wall
tires, like new.
1955 Ford 4DR, tutone. radio,
WS Wall tire excellent condif.
tions. "' r"
1955 Plymouth Belvedere. 4DR.
tutone, radio, WS Wall tiret,
Vero good car.
1956 Opel, tutone, 4 Door, radio.
1956 Buick HdTop, tutone, ra radio,
dio, radio, W S, Wall tires, very good
1953 Pontiac, 4DR, tutone, ra radio.
dio. radio. 1953 Volkswagen, Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition.
" t t
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tals: Pma. 2-2616 2-4966.
Ready For Easter
Manchester Club today an
nounced completion on plans for
its annual Easter parade, dance
and show o be held at the Casino
Vifia del Mar in an Fratkisco.
Two orchestras will provide mu
sic ana t-nesaiow win feature a
number of-lorn 1 artiste
Table reservatijns or other In Information
formation Information can be made through
members of the club.
With Built-in Universal
CATS SIGN DUBUNSKI
HAMILTON, Onti (UPI) The
Hamilton Tiger-Cats have signed
Tom DuMinskt as quart "k in
surance for Bernie Faloney in
their bid for the Canadian Fool
ball League s 1959 Grey Cup
Coach Jlnr Ttimie considers Du
blinski "the equivalent of any
i browing quarterback in Canada
or the National Football La-ague.
FOR SALE: r Used Frigidaire
washing machine and dryer, both
for $125.00. Uupright freexer,
$125.00, qtn. 144 Albrook.
phone 3190 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 9 cubic foot por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, Westinghouse refrigerator
$60.00, call 2-1388.
FOR SALE: Cherry wood din dining
ing dining suits 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: 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: Leaving country,
wrought iron diningroom set table,
glasstop and 8 chairs, China clos closet
et closet with bar, 2 couches, chest of
drawers, boockcases. aircondition
unit, Westinghouse, 9 cubic feet
refrigerator, plants, adds and
ends, kitchen table, shelves,
aluminum bar, 2 wrought Iron
chairs, Daustch No. 8, 46th
Street, telephone 3-4745.
FOR SALE: Rugs in bargain
prices, large sixes. Modern bed bedroom
room bedroom furniture and many small
items. All in good condition.
FOR SALE: Wrought iron couch
and 2 chairs with cushions, $65;
3-strand Rattan couch with
cushions, $65; Rattan peel cof coffee
fee coffee table, $8; two green buffet buffet-style
style buffet-style light fixtures, never used,
$4 each; telephone stand, $3.
FOR SALE: Deluxe mangle
ironer. Used three times, selling
less than half price paid.
FOR SALE: Nice dining set
complete $175.00, gat stove four
burners, oven, etc. $80.00. Air
conditioner lA, $200.00 Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6793.
FOR SALIs' Sacrifice. New
modern white plastic couch.
Chinese carved high chest. Life Lifetime
time Lifetime dishes, (Watertown) Serv Service
ice Service for eight. Set of Golf Clubt
and bag. (Spaulding Jr.). Mis Miscellaneous.
cellaneous. Miscellaneous. Phona 2-3274,
5508-B Diablo 3 to 6 p.m.
IOR SALE: leaving country.
Must sell household furnishings
including large automatic ice icecube
cube icecube maker Servel refrigerator
and Noritake and pre-war Old
Leeds Sprays Royal Doulton
dishes. 48th Street No. 11,
FOR SALE: -Leaving Isthmus,
child's wardrobe, Crosley refri-
aerator, 1 1 ', fine crystalware,
beautiful Egyptian taasat, center
table, metal tables, curtain cait cait-opy
opy cait-opy 12', beautiful plants, naw
linen embroidered blouses 36 to
42. linen tablecloths with nap napkins,
kins, napkins, all vary cheap for spot table,
APPROVES GUINEA ENVOY
CONAKRY, Guinea fJPI.
Diallo Telli, Guinea's permanent
delegate to the United Nations,
has been approved by President
Eisenhower as this newlv-'nde-
pendent West African republic's
iirsi amDassaaor to the
States, it was announced today,
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrjm
t'ULUA" ..T... .Mr.! 7
'YAQUE" Mar. 14
"MOR AZ AN" Mar. 21
"ULUA" Mar. 28
-"IfAQUE" j Apr. 4
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carre
New York Service Arrivo
"PARISMINA" Mar. I
"LIMON" Mar. 16
' VHEREDIA" Mar. 23
"iUNIOR" ....Mar. 30
'COMAYAGUA" Apr. 6
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
"YUCATAN" Every (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle. :'..,''
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: S v; '-
To Ne York And Return $240.08'
To San Francisco andor
TELEPHONES: ; :
CRISTOBAL 1121 e PANAMA 1-2904
FOR SALE: 21 inch Dumont
console television, $75.00. Call
FOR SALE: Used SINGER sew sewing
ing sewing machine, pedal, good condl
tion $60.00; NECCHI automa-1
tic "Nova" model from $350.00
to $192.00 (we accept terms).
CASA ADMIRABLE beside Lot-
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriters
writers typewriters (for. parts) $5-00; Re Remington
mington Remington 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 ppng table, wrought iron
corner table. Tel. Balboa 2-1764.
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
aell everything very cheap for.
cash. Inquire at 48th Street No.
11, Apartment 6. f
FOR SALE: Cylinder boring
bar and homes $250, 220 Vl"
electric hand drill $10, 2 up upholstered
holstered upholstered mahogany arm chairs
$20 for both, slot machine for
$40, and one for $10, sewing
machine $12, juke box $80. In Information
formation Information phone Balboa 4319.
FOR SALE: 3 piece sectional
couch, newly raupholstered,
1582-C Calabash St., phona 2 2-3536,
3536, 2-3536, Balboa.
(Continued from Page 6)
For the poor Pascual Pastries It
was eight losses in a row, and they
are winless in the second portion
of the season. Only Bob Blaney
could connect for a 400 handicap
rirrlo with a 532.
. Ideal BrMd 2 TVillon-Hirtnwn 2 J na
lX lively tussle-akers'lafija
the Ideal Bread won the Total
Pins by two sticks, after they won
the opener by 63 puns. Tne con contractors
tractors contractors of Dillon Hickman salvag
ed the other two points when they
took the mid game by 22 end the
exit stanza by 29.
Smiling Jim Reccia collected 508
scratch amcr 595 .handicap tor ideal.
Lelia Freund and Nancy Johnson
were baking tasty morsels for the
Ideal Bakers with 501 and 523
handicap. Bob Carlin and Glenn
McNali constructed 554 ana bm
handicap sets. ;
' Pabst Blue Ribbon Beeer 2
Canada Dry 2
In a battle of the beverages; the
results were identical to tine : Bas
sanid Turco Tussle. The Canada
Dry Hi Spots piled up enough pins
in the opening round to split the
four points. The Pabst Blue Rib
bon Beer brewed the second game
by 17 sticks and the last round by
36 Two or the v a osx pmsiers mrc,
ed' with three of a kind patches.
Harrv Rousse scored 154 in the
opener, repeated the 154 and Jien
came up with 152. Lena aurcneue
came even closer with two 122 and
The big gun in the Canada Dry
Lineup was George Metzger wiili
508 scratch and 550 handicap set.
Three other Canada Drys ilso
clicked with 5c seats; Manny Fer
Seattle and Return ;'. $365.00
FOR SALE: Lota 500 and 1.000
meters, la the Nuevo Hipodromo
. Urbanisation, across the Rente
' Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and!
electricity. CaU W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters w the best location t
La Crasta, situated between "V"
Street aad naw atreet. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Beautiful place I
Santa Clara well furnished house,
big trees and garden. Easy terms.
FOR SALE: Modern three bad bad-room
room bad-room ehalet, two bathrooms,
maid's room with service. Tel.
FOR SALB: 5000 M2 land,
mile 16 Trans-Isthmian Highway,
deep well and improvements,
85c. Tel. Balboa 2-3753.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALI: 1$ feet fiberglase
boat, motor frailer, fully quip quipped.
ped. quipped. Phona 83-3244.
Want! 2 Evinrud er lohnson
.35 h.p. meters. We buy, sail
and trade. ABERNATHY, across
fide street Panama Hotel. Phone
Boat Armor, Resin and fiberglass.
Wa sail plans, kits and material
for building, boats. ABERNATHY.
Mew 18 ft. 86 inch beam Cabin
Cruiser,. $585.00, unpainted.
Also 16 ft. 78 inch beam runa runabout
bout runabout and fishing boat, $350.00.
We build, repair and fiberglase
FOR SALE: 18 cabin ,,i.
trailer, all accessories, 25 h.p.
motor, remote controls, aU per perfect
fect perfect condition. $700. Call Clay,
nandez sif, Jiimy Haskee;$35 'end
Jwnj Metzger 528. The Carters
iuinme no iee, and Harry Bouse
came up with 521, 504 and 550 han han-dicap
dicap han-dicap sets for the Pabsts be&s.
Of Palace Guards
Suffer Old Age
LONDON (UPI) Britons took
sidesi in a new controversy yes
terday over charges the furry
bearskin': hats worn hv a m
guards' outside Buckingham Pa,
iace are Beginning, to-look man mangy.
gy. mangy. The. complaint about- the ap appearance
pearance appearance of the famous' bear
skins came from Pete Page, hus husband
band husband at Va musical comedy uc uc-tress.
tress. uc-tress. "It is rather letting the
side down for the bearskin to
have a slightly comic, moth-
ridden appearance," said Page in
a letter to the Times of London.
Guards Brie. Mai. Lt. Col. Mi
chael O'Cock explained that some
of the hats were 50 "years old.
"We are sorry to have to agree
that some caps are scruffy."
Percy Silberton, head of the
company that 'supplies the minis ministry
try ministry of supply with the hats', said
the bearskins were imported from
Canada. "But we haven't the nec necessary
essary necessary dollars, so the supply is
limited," he said.
"Instead we have to get them
from Russia and play ball with
(Premier Nikita S.) Khrushchev
like everyone ejse."
Each hat costs $42 and 3,000
are in use. Sgt.-Maj. Douglas
Gljsson of the 3rd Battalion Cold Coldstream
stream Coldstream Guards said: "Bearskins
need a lot of loving. You've got
to treasure them like your best
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the K K-piscopal
piscopal K-piscopal Church In the Missiona Missionary
ry Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Your Evening Bible Reeding:
,TO DIE IS TO GAIN
"Per me te live U Christ, inej
te die Is sain'
A -few days ago we pondered the
Old Testament Preacher's word
that when we dde the dust returns
to earth as it was, and the spirit
returns to God who gave it. If that
is all that happens,, death is loss:
the loss of our identity as individ individual
ual individual persons, i' O V.; '..'i-'.
But what difference faith in
Christ makes, when His faithful
servant can. say: "For me to live
is Christ, and to die is gain
Paul tells his fellow Christians
male er female candidalat mutt
be completely bilingual, have ax ax-.
. ax-. parienca in Public Ralariont,
Journaliim and 1 Publicity, aood
aocial ralationa abielutaly naca, naca,-aary.
aary. naca,-aary. SERVICtOS Y COLOCA COLOCA-CIONES
CIONES COLOCA-CIONES 3-7028 Cimara de Co Co-morcie
morcie Co-morcie No. 9. tee Mr. Levy.
. ''fV TELEVISION SERVICI
.TV, Radioa.,': HlrFi .Trarnifori
, tpecialitU.. We temrice all makot
and modal. We don't pretend te
guarantee our work. We euar euar-anteelt.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoll
Ave. 18.20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and
ty againtt insect d a m a f e.
Prompt scientific treatment
emergency or monthly budget
batia. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 1-7977 or Colon 1777.
DRAWER "AV DIABLO
IOX 1211.1 CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA S709
Or: WendehaW Medlta! Clinic
ppotite Chat Benlw Centrals
Avenue 1 8-1 1 7, Phone 2-3479.
Balboa Church of God. Headquart Headquart-art
art Headquart-art Cleveland, TenneouOe, wel
come you to aorvicet held in the
Rebecca and I.O.OJ. HalL Bal Balboa
boa Balboa C. Z. Located, en Balboa
Road acroai from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Cocoli 3035.
Don't mis thi opportunity!
Excursion to Cali, Quito, Lima,
Cuxco, Machu Picchu. Reserva Reservation
tion Reservation close on 1 0th of March. Call.
Blofc Agency today, Tel. 2 2-541
541 2-541 J.Srnd make ou reservation.
J50.00 'down laynWht'.c All ex-
penset included. Leave in Pane
gra March 18th.
FOR JALUtA.K.C. oagistafa
Boxer pupsAart Nayf afterS J;
FOR SALE: Two AKC purebred
Boston Bull Terrier puppiea,
even 'week, one male, one fa fa-malt.
malt. fa-malt. Come prepared to convince
i me you woujd bo good owner.
Burnham, Lo Rioa. Phone 2 2-1
1 2-1 654 for appointment Saturday
or Sunday.'. -.--"'. ;""-"
FOR SALE: Beautiful French
Poodle and German Shepherd dog
pups. No. 6, Dr. Alberto Navarro
St. (El Cangrejo). Tel. 3-6075,
NEW YORK, iAarch (UPD
lhe current stocK'jdaamt pat pattern,
tern, pattern, say Ba.che;and -Cov,'pdints
to still higher jpriet levels over
the near term.
Subject to moderate reactions,
we feel that even better prices
are ahead and that investment
funds witicontinue to be com
mitted ;inti the' stock market, for
common itocks appear to b fa favored
vored favored over'vany formt of irivest-,
ment at this time, according to
Van Alstyne, Noel and Co. 1
Dean Witter and Co. sees the
union Ipf Kern County Landv de
pendent on oil royalties, and Walk-
er mauuiaciunng l,o., auto pans
makerj as aj. important' Step ..' in
Kern Country's diversification pro pro-gram,vCombined
gram,vCombined pro-gram,vCombined earnings for the
two are estimated at $3.16 a
share for 1958 and the firm fore forecasts
casts forecasts jthey will rise by- as much
as 35 cents a share in 1959, :
Walston and Co. holds L o c k
heed Aircraft seems to have spe spe-cualative
cualative spe-cualative potential as a space
age issue and says earnings
should be fatter, possibly 10 or 15
percent higher this year than the
$3 to l$3.15 estimated for 1958.
Walston points out Lockheed is
planning exploration of, flight
problems tip to 10 times the speed
FhiliDM that so far as he can, he
has siven over his whole preset
has given, over nis wnoie present
life to the service of Christ. What
does he get for it? Persecution,
prison, floggings, the hatred
scorn of men, inevitable martyr
dom? But more than that. ;
this is the meaning of the "Victo
ry of the Cross the blessed as
surance that his life is in
hands of a Master who can make
him more than, a c o n q u e r o r
through all ,rt, these (sufferings,
and'whd can use at the last even
hit death 'as; i means of -drawing
him into' a closer, dearer tompa?
ny with- Him. For the Christian,
life and death are both faced with
a new attitude" that would WiKle
and surprise the Preacher of EC;
In Christ there neeA be no fear
of suffering and death. He assurts
our hearts nat to die i gain
step mtb the more completer; pre
sence of a God who loves us. and
in spite of our sin, tontinuea to
love us' until ww turn from our
wickedness and love Him beck.
s JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Pwitjo ttlfered..htf American
Firm operating la Colon Free
Zone te penea with -accountinf
Haining end experience. Apply I
in writing to; Junior Accountae
P.O. Box 13, Colon. B.p.
Need tow brick layer, two foe,
refractories two far red brick.
Job last one. month. Only Colon
resident need apply. Call Navar.
ro e MacMurray. S.A. Tel. Pan.
ame 2-0822. ; ,;.
girhx, with, Spanish and Inglbk
knwUdie. thterview personally
18-68 Tivoll Avenue.
WANTEDS Bilingual MttldV
talesman, over 21 year of age,
willing to make money. Expe Experience
rience Experience needed, Mederna, S.A. Lav,
Loceria, Pasadena, one half block
to the left main gate National
WANftDSMaid to eeok, weak
and iron. 8rh street end Rooter
vol. Ne. 9080. Colon.
WANTED: Cook With refer.
'nce: Appy house Ne. 501, 4th
,$r. lai'Cumbres. R.P. Saturda
t and Sunday. B. H. Sehmitt.
WANTEDt toy 24" er IV
bike, Tel. Balbo. 4311.
Woman seeks employment with
ramify. Will live i call 81.
NEltf YORK,' Matth OBKU
Stocks- declined today after, the' In
dustnar average had set a ne
high record ta each t the previ
ous sin sessions.
The immediate eause of geHini
wagf ,,eiii the f discount rat
irora jivs 'ws per cent oy aom
Federal Reserve centers. This ha
been anticipated for a long tim
oy tne marxet. was a move
bring the discount rate into lin
with other factors in the mone
market. It may presage a rise
the prime jrate which is the i
terest charged top rated custom
ers or tumns.
i Amer 'Motors
n K.iS ,4
I Today's Opening
1 STOli PRICES
Beth Steel ; ,, ?
i 4 pnusii rct i
v-i .1 i
. Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
- Coastal Caribe-
. Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
El Paso Natural Gas
ir Fargo Oil i
f, Felmont Pet
" General Dynamics
Gulf Oil ,
Hayden Newport t
Imperial Oil i
Intl Pet j v.
Intl Tel and Tel
Lorilard r i
New Eng Tel and Tel
,Pan Israel i
' Pantepee Oil -Phillips
r Reynolds Metal
,T Royal Dutch Shell
; Sicnal Oil and Gag
-V:--.l nit -,m
.'; Socony Mobile-.
Standard OU NJ
. Superior Oil
- Texas Gulf Prods5
United Canso Oil 1
v US Rubber
US Steel ;
. Wheeling Steal
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1951
.HI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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cherry, pumpkin and chicken pot!
(ttoSflttiEtT ruelife Adventures
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The swauudw-tailed kite.
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pXmaMA-m'iami J J 55.00
today's! JV Program
3:00 CfrN NEWS
3.-30 Industry tm Ffreda
4:0 Mt Tho Pte
4:30 Mr. Wizard
3:00 Sherwood Affair
3 JO PANORAMA
7:00 SUv Canyon
7:30 You Bet You- Lift
8:00 Country Amarlca
9:00 Bob Cummlng
9:30 Silent Service
ii:0o crN News
11 lis Friday Night Theatre:
Dangerously They Live.
Courtesy ( Aprovlts Panama Alrwas
rHQNES: ., PAN ArVjAi 3-1 0573-1 6983-1 69t
OFFICE HOURSi from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
' tourney fGmMmm
Read story on poge; ft
Pioneer IV Calls Long Dislahce
-380,000 Miles from Deep Space
'Victory At Sea'
Composer To Conduct
Excerpts At Amador
Pfc. Richard H. Cone will con conduct
duct conduct excerpts from his own ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of "Victory at Sea
as a highlight of the concert to
He presented by the 79th Army
fand at F4ff Amador Sunday at
Cone who plays the French
horn with the band, studied at
the Ohio State University Music
School. His varied background
ranges from composing for the
Ohio State Symph ny to prepar preparing
ing preparing arrangements for Stan Ken Kenton's
ton's Kenton's Orchestra.
Mn addition to the "Victory at
8-' ceerment ths DroEram Will
include the following marches:
Heroes of the Pacific,1' by Kern
pinski; "Cyrus the Great," by
King; "E Pluribus Umim, by
Jewell; 'Brasses to the Front, ;
by Leonard and the triumphal
march from the motion picture
nnn'.Varifia." hv Rozsa.
'r 1 ..il.i..i.. i
XTwo tone poems, camsiieua.
by Singer, and La Gassey's "Se "Sequoia"
quoia" "Sequoia" also are on the afternoon's
program. Other selections will be:
"Italian Women in Algiers," o o-verture
verture o-verture by Rossini; "River Jor Jordan,"
dan," Jordan," a modern spiritual fantasy
by Whitney; selections from Snie Snie-tana's
tana's Snie-tana's "Bartered Bride"; "Relax.''
a rhumbai by Yoder; "Here We
Go Again," a popular tune by
Gray, and Newman's "Street "Street-Scene."
Scene." "Street-Scene." The public is invited to attend
the concert, which is to be given
at the bandstand. Chairs will be
provided for the audience.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 2i
hours ending 8 a. m. today l
prepared bv the Meteorologies
Jind Hydrofraphic Branch of thf
Panama Canal Company:
High 95 $3
, Low ... 73 78
High 93 88
Low 47 71
(max. mph) NW-22 NE-18
RAIN (inches) 0 T
(inner harbors) 74 80
satellite would be
Pioneer TV was not expected
to be heard after that.
15 Die As Prop-Jet
In Managua Takeoff
MANAGUA, March 6 (UPI) -A
British-made prop-jetliner crash crashed
ed crashed near here yesterday, momen's
after takeoff from Mercedes air air-nort.
nort. air-nort. killing 15 of the 19 persons
ahnnrrt Four of the dead were
Two American stewardesses,
Nancy Niezgoda, of Manwington,
W.Va., and Laura Direnzo, a nat naturalized
uralized naturalized American from Hamilton,
Ont., escaped serious injury but
were hospitalized for treatment
of extreme shjek.
The four-eneined Viscount, oper
ated by Central America's TACA
Airline, was outbound from Ma Managua
nagua Managua on a flisht to Honduras
and El Salvador at the time of
Th nilot. the coDilot and two
rwKnsers, all killed in the
crash were identified as Amer
icans. Thev were Capt. Alfred M
Vine, of Metairie, La.; second
pilot Marcus Dalen; Kenneth Kil Kil-natrick.
natrick. Kil-natrick. of Lockney. Tex., and
Joseph Rohodes, of Gastonia, N
Other victims of the crash in
rain, former3 president or Mexi Mexico's
co's Mexico's PAN (principal opposition)
Party. He was associated with a
company constucting piers at Co Co-rinlo.
rinlo. Co-rinlo. Nicaragua.
Eight of the passengers on the
plane were foreigners tour Mex
T" 1 J T1
leans, a rrenciuiian auu i n n-lian
lian n-lian in addition to the two Amer
Ironically, three of the Mexi
cans had been on location in Ni
caragua, making a movie named
"The Call of Death."
WASHINGTON March 6 (UPI) America's Pioneer IV sun satellite today flashed back radio signals from deep deeper
er deeper in spac. than any other man-made object, but it is about to lose 4ts voice forever.
The giant radio telescope at Jodrell Bank near Manchester, England, picked up radio signals "loud and clear
from 380 OOO miles out in space this morning and reported Pioneer traveling 4200 to 4300 mph .
The last signals were heard yesterday by the Coldstone tracking station in California's Mojave Desert when the
satellite had gone about 334,000 miles. It was lost then because of the Earth's rotation.
I..H tji, ipsnne i satellite would be 445,000 milesi
picked it up today when Pioneer
IV rose W the east and plan planned
ned planned to track it until 8 am when
Goldstone was to take over a a-eain
eain a-eain It was expected to be
about 403,000 miles out then.
Only a premature battery
failure would prevent the Pio Pioneer
neer Pioneer IV from settling the re record.
cord. record. j
The batteries were designed
to last until about midday but
they could operate seve r a 1
If they functioned until late
afternoon. Golds tone again
would lose contact when
FBI Arrests Big
In Chicago; $100 Bill Phoney
CHICAGO (UPI) Secret
Service agents yesterday an announced
nounced announced the breakup of a massive
counterfeiting ring which printed
and passed more than a million
dollars in phcnt $100 bills.
Paul Paterni, Chicago Secret
Service head, said the 'counterfeit
ring covered 22 states and is one
of the largest ever to-have oper operated
ated operated in the United States.'
Twenty-five men and women,
including two Chlcagoans believed
to be the masterminds, have been
arrested. But the all-important
counterfeit presses and plates are
still at large. More of the bogus
bills ccHild be put in circulation,
The agents waited for the ar arrest
rest arrest of the alleged ringleaders,
Alfonso Amabile, 40, and William
Rabiolo, 39, before revealing the
roundup. It had been kept a se secret
cret secret because Secret Service men
were risking their lives while
buying $726,200 worth oL counter counterfeit
feit counterfeit currency. v
Paterni' ana U. S. Atty. Robert
Tieken said more than a million
dollars in bogus money was in involved.
volved. involved. It was reported the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago based counterfeiters had
burned another million dollars'
worth beforefederal agents! elosed
in. Paterni 'and Tieken said they
could not confirm the report, how however.
ever. however. Amabile, whose record shows
him as a World War II counter-
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SATURDAY, MARCH 7
Negro Boys' Deaths
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 6
(UPI) State police launched a
full-scale nrobe today of the tragic
reform school fire that, killed 21
Negro boys trapped behind locked
Gov. Orval Faubus, Shaken and
angered, charged negligence was
responsible for the deaths and or ordered
dered ordered state police to "let the chips
fall where they may.", He prepar prepared
ed prepared to go before the Arkansas Le
gislature and ask for an emergen emergency
cy emergency appropri tion.
Faubus arrived on the scene of
the fire yesterday at the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas Negro Boys Industrial School,
12 miles south of Little Rock, in
time to watch firemen cool debris
that covered a pile of 12 bodies.
They were heaped below a window
thev couldn't open.
Nine -ther beys were sprawled
in ashes that once was a u-shaped
brick veneer dormitory building.
Faubus was visibly sickened it the
' FoHyJseven other jboy escaped
by kicking out ''escapy-Worif' wire
mesh screens and climbing out
"There s absolutely no reason
for (this to happen the way it did
except because pf negligence on
He said the building had no fire
alarm system and no telephone
The fire was believed to have
started from defective wiring.
AIRLINE EXPANDS SERVICE
THfcT HAGUE, The Netherlands
(UPI) KLM Royal Dutch Air
lines will increase its 1959 serv'cei
by l1 per cent over last year, it
was announced today. The ex-
pa nsipn will include a boost in
the Amsterdam-New York run
from 28 to 31 flights a week.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (CPI) -mer
P r e s i d e n t Truman
healthyiswings at newspapers an
general and Time magazine in
particular last night.
He spoke at a banquet closing
the three day Press Congress of
the World a. the University of
"I don't know what a free press
is I have never seen one, the
former 'President -said.i want to
be a' telegraph editor or -one of
those blue pencil men. Then
could cet what I wanted in the
Earlier. Jose uutnz, eaitor 01
La Prensa Grahca of San Salva Salvador,
dor, Salvador, sent a cable to the congress
accusing T.me- magazine of' an
unethical attitude" in puousning
material which led to a riot in
Dutrlz asked the congress to
deliver an exposition of those un unethical
ethical unethical practices of journalism
and c&ndemn Time s editors."
Henry R. Luce, editor-in-chief
of Timej sa d he regretted that an
item in his publication had been
the occasion for anti-American
violence and saia the story was a
'factual analysis of Bolivia's eco
The congress took no action. But
'What a nice thing It is to have
Mr. Clare Boothe Luce in the
grease in Bolivia. He spent a lot
of time trying to put me in the
grease but never succeeded."
Free .press was one of a varietur,
of topics discussed by delegates
from 40 foreign countries and the
United States, at the congress. It
was held in conjunction wun me
observance of the golden anniver
sary of the university's school of
journalism, the first of us Kina in
the world, i ;
I want to see a free press as
bad as ahv of you, Truman re
marked. But find out here that
these press people are lust as
hard Dressed to get the facts in
the naDers as I am.
"The thing want is a natural
free Dress the business of thS
Dress is to report the news when
it happens. and they can say what
theyvwint ou'.the .editorial page.;
Wiy jnpVUB, V'"'5 wuiwiij ,fl cuav
,;i never naa any ireuoie wun
feiter of sugar ration stamps, and
Rabiolo were arrested yesterday
and brought, kicking, struggling
and cursing into federal couri.
They were charged with print
ing and uttering (a legal term
covering the issuing, distributing,
passing or ueaiing in counteneit
money) of more than $500,000 in
artfully printed fake money,
Amabile, apparently the kingpin
of the gang, said he had only $26
in his pockets and was just "try
ing to make a living. His bond
was set at $50,000 and Rabiolo'
Paterni said agents had to pay
out more real money for counter counterfeit
feit counterfeit than eve: before in Secret
Service history in order to break
The investigation began last No November
vember November in Calumet City, a vChi vChi-cago
cago vChi-cago suburb notorious for its
strip te'ase' aritf gambling dens.
Two Calumet City "models" were
among the first alleged ring mem members
bers members arrested. Later, the inves investigation
tigation investigation covered 22 states and a
Canadian province. The Chicago
and New York police forces, to together
gether together with the Royal Canadian
The fake bills began turning up
in Dallas and agents traced them
to two self-styled "models" from
the sin center of Calumet City
Vida Jane McMillon, 26, and Alva
Jane Kirk, 20. The girls special specialized
ized specialized in passing the bills in fash fash-iflnabte
iflnabte fash-iflnabte department stores tbronjh.
out the Midwest, agents said.
In Canada, mounties arrested
two men, Jack lldward Venus,
32, and James Zavine, 22, of Ham Hamilton,
ilton, Hamilton, Ont., and charged them
with possession of $6,800 in coun
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At JWTC For 46;Volunteers I
Forty-six volunteers from the Army and three from' the Vrf
this week began an erientation course at the Juncle Warfarr
Training Center, Fort Sherman, where, they are taking training
wttb members of company, in aine croup, zoth Infantry, -s
; The course, which will run through' March 21, will provide provide-extensive
extensive provide-extensive traininr in how to ascertain which junrU nlanti mra
vide edible food, camouflage, navigation, defense and attack move
TOP SCHOLAR Lt. Col. and Mrs. Philip M, Judson, Sr., of Fort
Gulick, review a Letter of commendation received by their son.
Phil, from th Canal Zone Schools Division for running ud a
score of 84 during a recent mathematics and science contest
televised by CFN. He was also presented with a slide rule by the
Canal Zone society or fineineers. vu.. Army rnouu
Philip Judson Of Cristobal High
Gets Engineers' Outstanding' Nod
ments and patrolling.
Included in this third
group to sign up for
orientation are: Comdr. Robert G.
Rennie, Lt. Gerald A. Doyle Jr.,
and Lt. Russell H. Mitchell, all
from the Rodman Naval Station,
Representatives from the 1 4th
Gun BattaUon, 517th Artillery, Fort
Clayton, are Capt: Alvin J- Meyer,
Sergeants Ramon Collazo, Jesse-it.
Hicks Jr.; Orlando Padro-Molina,
Marvin j. pettrt' ano KODen u.
Thompson; Sp5 Morris R. James,
David B. Lofton and Robert L.
Moxley; Cpls. Oscar L. Martinez
and Reginald J.; Wagner; and Sp4s
Adam R. ..Basaldua Richard A.
Kannas, James H. Neeley, Adam
S. Viazahko and JoHn L. Kinkus.
Volunteers from Mortar Battery,
1st Battle Group, include 1st Lt.
William E. Van Wyck, Sfc. Arnett
H. Bodenhamer. Sgt. Carl E. Car
penter, Louis R. Geary and Henry
T. Pate,. Cpl. Earl Ensor, Sp4 Jo
seph Adams, Dagfinn Astrup and
Larry E. Bangle, and Pfcs Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Albert, Alfred Ervin, Luis C.
Garcia-Pagan, James B. McLain
and Julio C. Perez-Pillot.
Pfcs. Donald B. Boyd and Wil William
liam William S. Thompson, and Pvts. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall M. LeBlanc, Jose Medina and
Morris E. Switzler, also taking the
course, all are assigned to the
534th Military Police Company, Ft.
Maj. Joseph Brigandi pf the
Comptroller's Section and Chaplain
(1st Lt.) John P. Ettershank Of
Fort Clayton are among the stu students.
dents. students. Volunteers from D Company,
34th Armor, Fort Kobbe, are Sfc
Miller W. Maghess, Sp5 James M.
Hudson, Sgt. Maurice B. King and
Pvt. Vince A. Patricelli.
Represent.. Headquarters and
Headquarters Company -of the bat-
Philip Judson Jr;, 17-year-old son
of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Philip M. Jud Judson,
son, Judson, Sr., of Fort Gulick, has been
uamed "outstanding stuaeni or me
year" by the Canal Zone Society
Object Was Venus
LONDON. March' V (TJPI)-The
British Air Ministry' sheepislhty
admitted today that the strange
yellow disc it reported e an "un "unidentified
identified "unidentified object" over London
airport actually was the planet
Venus playing tricks.
The ministry said the planet
Venus, a harbinger of spring, oast
a ; reflection that iti'ermingled
with the light from a civilian
plane's nose cone.
Sighting of the object over the
airport Feb. 25 set off a chain
reaction that whipped through
the airport tower. To the Royal
Air Force fighter command head
quarters at Stanmore and then to
the Air Ministry.
"The unaden if led object has
now been identified," a, ministry
Airport officials said the light
was seen by four "reliable" wit
nesses including, a man in the
control tower who looked at it
Airport officiads reported the in
cidewt to the RAF which started
But Demos Object
WASHINGTON. March 6 (UPI)
The government tightened up
n oi-aif tvulav in the face of
mounting Democratic demanos
for. easier money policies.
a hnnst nf one-half per cent in
interest rates went into effect at
four Federal Reserve Banks in
nn aiitmnt. to 'curb inflation.
Rep. Wright v atman t V i '5 e-'
prbmptiy assailed the move as
an awful rang.
'You can't make hungry men
forget about recession or worry
about inflation," Patman declar declared,
r. TT- : J tttnm eaaVlntf aim.
port for a congressional invesi-
gaition ot reaerai neserve duhiu
monetary policies. Patman has
heen a nersistent critic of the
board's monetary policies.
Patman also is a key member
ot the House Senate Economic
Cdnimittee. The group's 'Democra 'Democratic
tic 'Democratic majority is expected to issue
a report Monday caiding. tor loos looser
er looser credit to stimulate spending
and thereby reduce unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment. But Sen. Prescott Bush (R-(R-Conn.),
a member ofthSen
ate Banking Commit ;ee, saidthc
board's action was not surprising
"in view of the very vigorous re recovery
covery recovery (from the recession)
which has been taking place.
of Engineers and the Canal Zone
Selection of the Cristobal High
School student came following the
appearance of a group of Teenage
contestants on CFN to compete in
a maematips ind science 'Con 'Contest
test 'Contest conducted by the two groups.
The contest consisted of two
teams of three members each.
There were four contestants from
Cristobal High School.
Young Judson was on Team No.
2 which won the contest. He took
individual honors with a score of
j!4. For his performance, Judson
was awarded a slide rule and pre presented
sented presented with a commemorative let letter.
Judson, a senior in high school,
arrived in the Canal Zone m Au
gust 1958 and began his last year
of school last September. .He in
tends to enroll at Stanford ymver ymver-sity
sity ymver-sity next year.- t ''
Judson has always beenvan "A"
student in all subjects. However,
he has always favored mathema mathematics
tics mathematics and science. He recently re received
ceived received high honors in Bio-Chemistry
His fondest ambition came true
March 3 when he was initiated in into
to into the National Honor Society, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Chapter.
Fail To Net
In Ohltt BihkHelsl
ALTOONA, Pa. (UPlt State
nniipp mad blocks were set up to
day from Harrisburg to Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh in an increasingly intense
effort to run iw ground bank rob robber
ber robber Frank Spienz, one of the na na-tinn''
tinn'' na-tinn'' i"most wanteds desperados.
An officer at Hollidaysburg Bar
racks said the road blocks and
check points would be maintained
"nn a line between Pittsburgh and
Harrisburg" wit' special attention
paid to roads leading southward
where Sptenz was reported seen
tie group are Pfcs Bobby R. Bater
man, Dennis A. Null, Raul R. Terl
rio and .Clarence W, Thomas. 't s
Also enrolled -.;la Pfc Williaif
Baer of the U.S.' Army TechnicC
Service at Fort Gulicky A .
Rep. Dawson Urqcv
On Civil Righti
WASHINGTON TJPI) Rl
William ,L. Dawson (D-Ill.) urgeJ
Congress today to give priority-1-civil
rights -legislation to halt "thef
mounting crisis of .widespread, re resistance
sistance resistance to law and order' that is
growing is jmany areas."'-
The Ne g ro c$bgressman!
charged that "those seeking t&
preserve ythe discredited sjstettl
06 r a q "t "Segregation ... are
damaeine .nni .r-oimtrv- hv: thtn-A
flouting ttie' law?: there usebf
coercion intimidation and vlp-
lence, and their misuser' of gov-;
ernmental power, v.- r
Dawson made the charge in the
second day of House hearings1 ort'
30 civU : rights bills. Today's Mt4
nesses before the all-northern sub-f
committee'& : were congressional
backers of "the measures.
Chairman Emanuel Celler v- (D
N.Y.) said Atty. Gen. Wiliam Pj;
Rogers and other government of-
ficials would testify next week and;
southern stateofficials the follow-
ing week. iV- t
Celler said everybody" .'will,, be
heard" bef ore the hearings are'
concluded, probably -next month.
754 tOt)AY 40t
1:10 3:32 6:08 8:46 p.m.
Sarah Churchill Plays Repeat Sqow
As Rowdy Drunk For British Court
Marcel i no v Pinion
I It t -'
is ariii unrouna ;
Legacy AWaits Him
The Consular Section of the U.
S. Embassy is still seeking infor information
mation information as to Jit whereabouts of
Marcelino Pinzon, for whom it
has important information. He is
the designated: beneficiary in the
estate of. John R, Maltsberger.
Anyone having information a a-bout
bout a-bout Pinzon, whose last address
was Conception, is requested to
telephone the Consular Section of
the American .Embassy in. Pjjia Pjjia-ma
ma Pjjia-ma City.
UVERPOOL, 'England (UPI)
Actress Sarah Churchill was car car-ried..bodily
ried..bodily car-ried..bodily into court yesterday by
four policemen and fined $5 60 for
being drunk and disorderly.
The 44-year-old daughter qf Sir
Winston Churchill was brought to
court after a dispute with a taxi
driver over, her alleged, refusal
to 'pay the fare; nd e a violent
tussle with police, outside, tfitf sta station
tion station house.
It was Miss Churchill's second
bout with the constabulary in
little more than a year. At Ma
llbu. Calif., on Jan. 16. 1858, after
a name-calling tussle with local
police Miss Churchill was fined.
$50 for being drunk "in a public
She wore a leoDard skin coat.
roval blue slacks, end white
socks. He shoes had been re
Asked how she pleaded, the ac
tress,., who currently. is; appearing
on1' tH stage as VPe Pan,?
stood at the ratling of tht prison
er'a dock and shouted; It i
"f 'will not accept any 'bharge1
until yot tell your constabularies
to take, their n.nas on me anr
eive me back nw shoes."
Th biirlv eooUjjlcs releasee
their grip on the actress and the
matron handed her a pair of
shoes. "Thank you very;-much"
said Miss Churchill to the matron.
"I'll give you the order of the
Miss Churchill was asked if her
name was Sarah Beaucnamp.
The widow of Antony B e a u-
champ, London photographer Who
d'ed? of an overdose of sleeping
puis in 1B57. replied: ''to your re
gret and my pride ; U. Sarah
She pleaded not guilty., Consta
ble Kenneth Hill was caiien as
the first witness to testify against
ner. .. g
HiU said' a Uxi driver told him
his passenger, Miss Churchill, had
been Unable to pay her fare be because
cause because she had no money. The con constable
stable constable said he tried to get Miss
Churchill to accompany him to
the police station to iron things
out. But Miss Churchill screamed,
'J ';, hate "you ... I hate' i every everybody,"
body," everybody," Hill testified.
After she was found guilty and
"ned, M'ss Churchill asked wheth whether
er whether she could pay- by check. But
iorheone in the back of the court-
oom handed i policeman 40 shil shil-,ings
,ings shil-,ings and she was released.
Pilot Max Conrad
Makes It Hon-Slop
-Chicaao To Rome
ROME, 'March 6 (UPI)-Amer-i
niint i.Max Conrad landed
here eariy today, the first man to
fly a light,, single-engme plane
nnr,.o:tan frnm r,hicaBo to Rome.
ti, k nnn.miif flurht was not
believed to have set a record, on
lWowh 1949. wunam r. uaoin
flw Hebt Dlame 5,300 miles
tram Honolulu to Teterboro, N.J.
W 9ft hnnrs.
rnnrari'n unofficial fllgnt ume
was 34 hours and three, minutes
h ift Chicaco at 3:40 p.m
Wednesday and set down at
Pnmp's riamnino airoort at 1:43
a.m.,' 5T minutes ahead of sched
A spokesman in New York said
Conrad wouia like to iry ior iwo
records soomJ-that held by Odom
for a fliaht bv a Diane weighing
less tham 3,800 pounds and tne
record set by Capt. Pat Baling
in flying from Tokyo to Pendle
Headwinds forced Conrad back
when he was an hour out of Bos
ton on an earlier try for a Chi
caeo-Rome flight last Monday.
;; Conrad, a father of ten children
and grandfather of two, already
has more than 50 trans-Atlantic
flights to. his credit.
Not so many yots go there
were no deductions from a man i
-pay until he got hom !!
Unconfirmed 1 1 e p c- r Is. Jhat
Sprenz was seen in wiaeiy-sepa-
rated locales conunuea ro hoou
in. The latest report was that an
nnident'fied motanst saw tne iugi-
tive driving a 1953 gray Ford auto
on Route-224 in aummu voumy,
Ohio near Akron a 12:20 a. m.
Scores of Onio state pairoimeu
nH FRT a Bents converged on the
rnaH near the intersection oi
Bn'iitP R and set ud roadblocks,
but without result. Sprenz also
was reported seen near Pikesville,
Sprenz, 29, is a prime suspect
in last Monday Si a,oa rouoeiy
of the First National Bank at
Hamilton,' Ohioi He has been the
nf tmilti state search
since the robbery, fleeing Ohio
one step ahead, of the authorities
in a stolen' plane.
The cocky gunman's trail tresn-
ened Wednesday when a patrol
man in Pikesville, Md. auemp eu
to catch, a motorist resembling
the fugitive, but failed when his
Cruiser was -OUlUisianceu-"
Warl e. Wednesday., a more ian-;
gible elue Was picked up in A1-'
tooha when police found money
wrappers from the Hamilton bank
in" a hotel rotm shortly after a
man resembling, Sprenz checked
into ii feawEsi'
and the gSrt.
fee'Sar mim mm
3:00 4:59 6:58 8:57 p.m
Altfcona nolice believed a faulty
fuel oumD in Sprenz' blue Buick
auto caused the fugitive to make
a brief layover in Anoona. neu neu-erick
erick neu-erick T. Schenk, proprietor of the
hotel where Sprenz was believed
to have stayed, said the man
checked but at iaa p. m. Wednes Wednesday!
day! Wednesday! after having his fuel pump
Rabbi Witkin Off
To Visit Bases
Rabbi Naihan .Witkin left,, yes
terday for -Ramey, Air Rorce
Base, Fort Brooke, and Fort Bu-.
chanan, Puerto Rico; and for the
U. S. Naval Base a iGuantana;
mo Bay, Cuba. ; : ; ;
While he is away he will make
arrangements for the f coming
Passover ? Holiday; which occurs
this yeir-lronXM 22 to Apr.
n ...111 mlnlstat- tn th Ttu
UU, ..1 ... 1
oirttaa' noerloi. ftf thrt tfiett- Of the
Jewish faith ; and their depend dependents
ents dependents stationed a these bases. :
Witkin is expected to return to
the Isthmus on or about Mar. 15.