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tlth TEAS g PANAMA, B. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 7 1959 ( mi rTt
PC To Buy 45 Electric Mules;
LeTpurrjegu JExper imenf N ixea
v -.Major? lsctriolocoVnotivr manufacturing firms in tho UnitedV States will' soon be
'Invited to-suomit bids for new units to" replace the Panama Canal's lock .mules, the Pan Pan-;
; Pan-; ama Canal Review has disclosed,. i (
VVv' Cancellation e .trra-.jCanai'i option-to buy towing units of a radically new design
'. developed by the R. C. LeTourtfeau was' also revealed. Two experimental units built by
UTourneau were put through exhaustive tests at Catun Locks. v 1
: Last year, during an Inspection of the bright-yellow test units, tjov. W. E. Potter
!., called the "'a worthwhile experiment." '
Mule operators accustomed to the old mules had little sympathy with the innova innovations
tions innovations ah trial. Several "sktnnsrsJast April described the machines as 'a pile of junk'
and "completely worthless.; : .
. Tim mill f(Tllft"imnt tiro
' tram. first scheduled in 1956,
' '. ...411 A. fV.A larnaur' alnfyla rA
' Placement order ever to be
: hi ill ie i ...... n . i.iiu ., .j........ w
, placed iot Canal equipment,
. ceSD:te a major reuuuuuu :
i the number of iowine locomo
i tives to ba bought, from tnatj
Manufacturers will- be asked
- to bid on 45 locomotives and
thru Knnu mr.rnrma nnprn-
, tions, as compared with 57 lo locomotives
comotives locomotives and three cranes for
which bids were recieved three
An. additional six or seven
may ; bs bought for use when
relay lockages are required.'
The reduced number of
: towing locomotives to handle
'-. the same number of ships will
. be made possible by the use
of two towing winches on
each machine, increased pow
:. r, and other, technical Im Improvements."
provements." Improvements." '
Final specifications for the
new towtng-locomotive order
are how .being- completed fol following
lowing following cancellation of the Pan Pan-;
; Pan-; ama Canal Company's option to
buy towing devices patterned
r afters the experimental units
Fdr At Cilba
Docks March 29
Thousands of Isthmian residents
will have an opportunity to visit
the Japanese floating industry fair
, wnicn is aue to arrive in caiDoa
from Japan March 29, aboard the
Atlas Maru v, ': v. -'-'r'
t The 10,000-ton vessel will be
docked at Pier 16 4n "Balboa' and
will remain In port Until April 2.
; .The fair display will be inauginv
steer the day after the ship's: ar arrival
rival arrival with a reception to be given
on' board for high government of officials
ficials officials of Panama and the Canal
The exhibit then will be opened
to local' residents holding invita invitations
tions invitations er admission tickets from the
Japanese Embassy in Panama Ci City.
ty. City. Visiting hours will e from 9
a.m. until noon and from 6 until 9
; ,. .She-' Atlasl MaM carrying an
vexhibit of leading Japanese indus industrial
trial industrial products, is making Panama
the second stop on a 'round-Latin-American
tour which will include
calls at 12 ports and 11 countries
is Central .and South America.
.After leaving Balboa, the ves vessel
sel vessel will make the Canar transit
, north and sail for BarranquUla,
- Colombia. : V "..
Dooan On Short
Business Trip ;
lp gashing toil
director for the Panama Canaf Co;
left last night by plane for short
Business xrio 10. wew'.-Ynr ann
wasnuigwnv n .wiurerur lo ine
1.1 J Tt ..
Canal Zone March 1?. ; y -poolanfWfll
spend; several days
.. nibiiii wiuiuLra a uu mil l irin 11 11
' Alum Teiiuuo Diuuivtn, accutirjg
for conferences spons'ored by the
' Brookings Institution to be held in
Williamsburg, Va, Doolan watspo.
s ions which will deal with
During Doolan's absence. Daniel
J. Paolucci will act SS personnel
. me revival of La Boca as a
. Canal Zone community is starting
.this year with the installation of a
liew street and municipal facul faculties,
ties, faculties, and construction of five ma masonry
sonry masonry 'houses, : according to the,
current issue the Panama Can-
.. 1 Review, ... fi-vr;'., ;'!.
. The site f the sew eonstrttctlon
li on La Boca Road' just 'east of
the former commissary. The work
Is being done by the Engineering
Corp. In.; of Panama. The i firm
was swarded the contract at ;a
cost of $211,834 early, iri January,
wrth a time limit, of 180 vdays for
completion. "ivivi, v..fSVJ.
The work Jone up to now con-,
sists mainly in ground preparatipn
end street work. The group of
purchased from the R. G. Le
A year's testing of these de devices
vices devices has shown that the fender
boom cannot be successfully
adapted to Canal use without
causing an unacceptable reduc
tion in the usable width of the
", An important innovation
tested with the Leourneau
devices, and a feature strong strongly
ly strongly advocated since 195$ by
Carl Girous of the .Office of
the- Chief of Engineers the
use of two-line towing has
proved highly satisf ae t o r y
.with locomotives operating on
opposite lock Walls..
The LeTourneau prototypes
were originally designed to op operate
erate operate only from the center wall
and were later changed so that
they could be used as a pair
on opposite walls. Although the
use of two-towline locomqtives
had been considered previously,
the iirst practical test of such
a system was possible only af
ter purchase of the experimen experimental
tal experimental locomotives
The locomotives to be bought
unaer me new contract, sched
uled to be awarded during the
latter half of this yearv will
differ,: radically in appearance
from those which have seen
famUIar on the Lock, wall&aince
pre vanai was opened.';
They will have i loneer
wheelbase and present a more
This latter condition will be
dictated largely by the use of
the double towing winch system
m me cnucai neea for good
visibility fore and af t by the
ane n' machines will
more man twice as powerful
as the present "mules' with
each winch capable of pullinr
35,000 pounds in any towing
position, as compared with
the 25.000-pound pull of loco locomotives
motives locomotives in use.
The winches will be mounted
on he lower side instead of
atop the locomotives and will
oe eauimjed wit,ii- tai
hold towing cables away from
the-OOCk Walls. Then u
level-winding winches to nre-
veni cahie overlays and snarls.
In Hew York
Meyer s. Slotkin. Ch f t
Specifications and Estimating
ui auL'u iiu nuueuo v: yumtero
Supervisory Electrical Enwinow
left for the United States th s week
to confer with thi New .York en-
tflnporina firm nr. tl ttih
on the proposed microWavA com-
munication system and trtemeter
mg networr to 06 set up in the
Slotkin and Quintero are exoect-
ed to return to the Isthmus Sun-
The contract for tbe desien of
the microwave communication
spstem and the telemeterme net
work was awarded last year to
Gibba and Hill.. c
The desien ilrm submitted its
preliminary plans at the end of
the year and final plans are now
completed. Bids will be solicited in
The Ensineerlne Division of the
Engineering and Construction Bu
reau is working with Gibbs and
Hill engineers on the combined
Zone Town Begins
houses will be sccessible only
from Ls Boci: Road over the new
street being built to replace Mar Martinique
tinique Martinique Street which ran in 'front
of the commissary.: ... -,. -.
The hew community is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for completion during the fis fiscal
cal fiscal year 1961 when it wifi have 3d
one-family and 30 duplex houses,
the Review said. The proposed
street-plan provides for 'one main
circular street connected at each
end with Balboa Road and a prin principal
cipal principal street, which will cut diago diagonally
nally diagonally across the center nf the com community,.
munity,. community,. The houses will be locat
ed on these and several short.
dead-end-' streets. j..vm. ... ,.-t,
The homes being erected in Ls
Boca this year are replacements
- Thai, nMU Via rrvmartxA hi, 4A(V
volt alternating current, with
each set or' wucks driven oy
separate electric motors. Tests
made at Miraflores Locks dur
ing recent months indicate that
440-volt 80-cycle current can
replace 220-volt 25-cycle with without
out without danger of electrical faults.
The increased speed of the
new machines will be an. lm
portant factor in increasing the
number of lockages possible In
The locomotives will be able
to tow at one, two, or three
miles an hour, and have return
speeds of six and nine miles per
hour. The present locomotives
taw at one or two miles an hour
and have a top return speed of
five miles an b.our.
B. e c a jt e of the many
changes to be Incorporated in
the new locomotives, the sue
cessful bidder will be requir required
ed required to provide a full-scale
. wood mock-up of the entire
machine for inspection prior
to beginning actual manufac manufacture.
ture. manufacture. ...
The delivery 'of the first of
the new locomotives will not he
-scheduled until about 14 months
aiter the award is made.
at is planned to have eight
orNnine locomotives delivered in
one order, v sufficient for 1 the
This will be followed by later
unliveries, ior ine west lnn of
wamn, those for Pedro Miguel
and Miraflores Locks, And the
extra locomotives for relay
The three locomotive cranes
to be purchased will be of -the
same general design as the new
towing locomotives. Each will
be equipped with 10-ton mnu
with une-tort boom horizontal
lifting capacity. S
The electric "traction Units for
the cranes will be manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interchangeability with
the traction units of the tow towing
ing towing locomotives.
The order for the new towing
locomotives will amount to sev several
eral several million dollars and more
manufacturers .. have already
evinced interest than the num number
ber number of bidders when the re replacement
placement replacement order was first con considered,
sidered, considered, in 1956- -..
Only three heavy-equipment
manufacturers entered offers
for the manufacture of 57 loco locomotives
motives locomotives specified in the invita-
uuiis vu wo inree years ago.
PC Group Health
Benefits Co Udi
Cost 'No More
ma 1?eflcent' nCf,?aSe has ken
made in the miscellaneous hospi hospital
tal hospital benefits paid : to Canal em em-pwyes
pwyes em-pwyes under Jieir group hospita hospita-iKationpUn,
iKationpUn, hospita-iKationpUn, it the Panama Can Can-ay
ay Can-ay B eview announced;
The.:Jfoveragt under this clause
is for such charges as X-rays, me me-dicines,.;
dicines,.; me-dicines,.; ambulance service
oxygen, and sim'iar services.
Employes received last month a
notice with their pay checlfs from
the Groun Healtl. Insurants RnarH
that increasM,, medical tariffs
wouia oe covered without an in
crease in pre .Hums. ;
'In a revision ofh nnHerwirit.
ine amemeiit with Miifni f
Omaba,jjmother important impro improvement
vement improvement in the Hospital Insurance
plan has' been obtained, the an
nouncement said This provides
for th removal from the insur insurance
ance insurance contract, effective Feb: 1, of
the clause' wh'ch ; had excluded
coverage for hospitalization for
congenital: diseases or defects.
for family units in Balboa which
are to be demolished for the cons construction
truction construction of the bridge. ';
. The principal quarters construc construction
tion construction in the revived town will come
during the next two years. A to total
tal total of $1,440,000 has been budget budgeted
ed budgeted for new Construction and town town-site
site town-site development In La Boca dur during
ing during the coming fiscal year when
45 family apartments are to be
built. The community is to be fin finished
ished finished the following year i with the
building of ill apartments.
: The' quarters -construction pro program
gram program at La Boca is a major part
of. the overall building program
provided in the Master Plan for
housing on the Pacific side during
the next few years. The Master
"THE LIMITS" AT THE BALBOA-PANAMA LINE will become a broad well-engineered traffic traffic-intersection
intersection traffic-intersection when the contract for the East Bank approaches to the new Balboa Bridge is-finished.
Widening of. 4th Of July Avenue on the Canal Zone side all the way to J Street is part
of the job. Most buildings In the way have already been demolished. Several high royal palms
at the H Street intersection below the C. Z. District Courthouse will fall as the slopes are out
back. When the widening is finished, there will be head-on parking at the curb on th Pana Pana-mA
mA Pana-mA City side of the line. Canal engineer Felipe Kwai Ben Jr., imposed the drawing on a nhoto
by C. S. LaClair,
Final Bridge Design Up For Review;
Elmer Stevens Is Resident Engineer
Final plans and specifications for both tbe substructure and superstructure of the $20,000,000
bridge over the Canal at La Boca will be reviewed next week at Balboa Heights.
The review will be made at a meeting of the Board of Consultants on the bridge and three
engineers from the St. Louis engineering firm of Sverdr.up & Parcel, which has the contract for
the design and specifications. Members of the beard and the engineers are arriving in a few days.
Among Canal representatives who will mee with the consultants and engineers will be Lt.
Col. R. D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and Construction Director, and Elmer B. Stevens, whose ap appointment
pointment appointment as 'Resident Engineer for the bridge construction was announced this week."
Before being named Resident
Engineer,. Stevens was Chief of the
Structural Branch in the Engineer
ing Division. He has been at work
on bridge plans since the project
was authorized by the Congress.
Also he had charge of preparing
the first preliminary plans and cost
Stevens and his staff will occu occupy
py occupy the former La Boca Commit Commit-ary,
ary, Commit-ary, a structure now dasignated
Engineering and Construction
The consultants who will attend
the .meeting are: Ralph A. Tudor,
structural engineer from San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco he is also a member of
the Board of Directors of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company; Dr.. Roland
P. Davis, consulting bridge engi
neer and Dean Emeritus of West
Virginia University; .' Edward B.
Burwell, 1 .consulting foundations
geologist and retired chief geolo geologist
gist geologist of the Office of the Chief of
Engineers; and Aymar Embury 11,
bridge architect of New York City.
Tho fifth member of the Board
With Work On New Street
Housing Plan, described In last
August's issue of The Canal Re Review,"
view," Review," calls for the elimination of
all substandard housing, for the
permanent U.S. citizen employes
of" the f Canal organization.
. 3'' ' ."'.is
New construction is planned on only
ly only on the Pacific side since the re requirements
quirements requirements for quarters on the
Atlantic side have been met by
the recent transfer of quarters at
Coco Solo and France Field. In ad addition
dition addition to : the La Boca bouses,
quarters will be built in Ancon and
Balboa under, .the Master Plan.
While not a part of the, La Boca
townsit development, the new
gasoline service station ir to be
Built on La Boca Road only a
of Consultant! is F. C. Turner,
Chief Engineer end Dtputy Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of the Bureau of Pub Public
lic Public Roads. He will bo represented
at the meeting here by E. L.
Erickson, Chief of the Bridge
Design Division -of the Bureau of
The three engineers from Sver Sver-drup
drup Sver-drup and Parcel will be: E. J.
Shields, project manager for his
firm on the bridge design, R, H.
Hebenstreit and Eli Lemcoe.
The consultants and the engi engineers
neers engineers will begin their meetings
S Wednesday morning in the Board
oo m of the Administration
"' Ih addition to tfteir formal meet
ings, they will inspect the wors
now under way on the west ap
proach for the bridge and visit the
site of the east approach.
Matters to be considered at the
meetings will Include: Final align alignment
ment alignment of the bridge and the east
approach;, final selection of truss
and girder span lengths; substruc
ture items, such as pier footings'
short distance from- the new hous houses.
es. houses. A contract for this work has
been awarded to "Dillon Construc Construction
tion Construction Company, low bidder for the
lob with an offer of $60,000. Bids
for this work were opened the
middle of last month.
The new service station will re-
place" the one now1 located on Min Min-di
di Min-di Street, It is -scheduled for com completion
pletion completion within about six months.'
The new gasoline station will
provide a modernized service for
motorists' similar to the larger
service stations in the United
States. ThU will Include a small
sales store for batteries and other
accessories, and provision for car
washing, tire changing, and bat battery
tery battery rental i
and soil-bearing footings; super superstructure
structure superstructure items such as approach
and main spans, shape of trusses,
According to present schedules.
the Panama Canal Company plans
to advertise for bids for the con construction
struction construction of the bridge substructure
about April 15.
' The bids would be opened a a-bout
bout a-bout June 16. Tho advertisement
for bids on the steel superstruc superstructure
ture superstructure will be started about Sep September.
tember. September. Two major 5 Contracts' for the
bridge have already been award
ed. The first, for the west, ap approach
proach approach grading and preparation, is
held by L. R. Sommer,. The second,
awarded last month, was for con
struction of the east approach.
This contract is held by Bildon,
Don't Let Scouts
Scare You; It s
Fun With Flares
The explosion you hear tonight
won't be the tail end of the Ban Ban-yai)
yai) Ban-yai) Tree War gemot recently
staged at Rie Hate.
It will, be a specially" prepared
"bomb" fired about 8:00 p.m. at
the "Scoutcapadas" exhibition in
The explosion will be Included
in a special flare demonstration
prepared by Antonio Calotte, .of
Panama. For seme iyears Galotta
has prepared a variety of flares
for use by scouts on night hiking
v The tpeciat flare for tonight's
demonttretion. will past through
successive star-burst phases be before
fore before the final phase which will
end In the greet explosion.
Panamanian Ambassador Ricardo Arias returns to hit :
Washington posf tonight with a esonal letter from Pres-
ident de la Guardia to President Eisenhower.
The letter is said to deal with the "delicate prob
Jem" of the new Canal Zone single wage scale which has
brought complaints from Canal Zone unions and the Pan-
Panama's complaints were officially aired last week
at the Panama Foreign Office during a meeting attend k ;
ed by U.S. Ambassador Julian F. .Harrington and Canal'
-wnc iiimiury una civuiqn aurnoriries.
The Panama government's complaints regarding the
single wage scale was further discussed in Washington
by Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter and Harrington with De
fense and State Department officials.
Harrington, who returned to
Panama today, spent threa days
in Washington discussing what
is described as "the complex
Fanama Canal wage problems
jArlas, who spent the last few
on-Mrs tii Pan fi ma .&ttonrllnir in
us -cxpeeted-lo-iltilivei" tlie ltt-
ter to President Eisenhower in
person and to acquaint the US
president with additional, de
tails on Panama's view regaid'
mg the new C.mal Zon3 single
This will be the second let letter
ter letter by the l'.iitartianian Presi President
dent President to Eisenhower.
last August, after receiving
a letter from Eisenhower on
his signing of tbe single wage
bill, De la (jiiardia expressed
his gratitude and at the same
tin c made known th5 fears
harbored by bis government
Due To Start Dig
F. M. Esielonis, Project Man Manager,
ager, Manager, and iwo other represen ativ ativ-es
es ativ-es of the New York firm of Mer-ritt-Champman
and Scott, Inc.
which has the contract for the
widening of thc Paraiso and Cu Cu-caracha
caracha Cu-caracha reaches of Gaillard Cut,
are expected lo arrive on the
Isthmus Mondi-y to start prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary work on the project.
Eiselonis will be accompanied
by T. Arch, Assistant Office
Manager and V. Woolstenhulme,
One of the first
taken in the huge
project will be
the establishment of a local plant.
shoos and a field office which will
be located oh the west bank of
the Canal opposite Paraiso. The
adavance contingent of the Mer-rit-Chapman
and Scott construc construction
tion construction forces will also take charge
of the locaj operations connected
with the mobilization of heavy
Notice to proceed has already
been issued tt the Merritt-Chap-man
company and work will start
in the near future.
The New York firm, made a low
Offer of 7.363K75 on the project,
which is the largest since the
Third Locks work. The cut-widening
job will involve the removal
of 5.400,000 cubic of material; the
drilling of some 1,000,000 linear
feet of blast holes; and the use of
2,250,000 pounds of explosives.
The- two sections of the Cut will
be widened from 300 to 500 feet at
West German Mayor
Brandt Tells Of Trip
BERLIN, March 7 (UPD
West Berlin's Mayor Willy
Brandt announced today that
he probably will go to the West
German capital of Bonn Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to report to Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer on his four four-weeks
weeks four-weeks world tour.
He said he also will report
to .West German Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Heinrlch Von Brentano1.
Brandt returned last night
from his trip designed to enlist
world suport for Berlin In the
present cold wax crisis.
1 1 e
that both the bill and its im-
plenientaUon woulrt no: faith- -fully
compiy with the provi- 1
sions of the 105$-' treaty of
understandings between Pan."
ama and th ITS. f
iium canar ,0ne local rate un unions,
ions, unions, the Panama Foreign Of Office.
fice. Office. Officially complained on
several occasions that the. man manner
ner manner of Implementation involved
violations of the 1955 treatv.
During a recent official visit
to the Isthmus by Rocco Sici Sici-liano,
liano, Sici-liano, special consultant to the
White House on personnel mat matters,
ters, matters, the Panama government
also acquainted him with the
country's views on the subject.
The text of De la Guardia's
letter will be released after it
has been delivered to President
Elsenhower, official anr .
Contract To Supply
A contract with Bilrinn. inn v,
been negotiated by the Panama
Carfal Co. for furnishing and driv driving
ing driving the necessary foundation piles
for a transmitter build ng and ra radio
dio radio antenna to be constructed at
Telfers Island near Cristobal as
part of a new International Air
Traffic Communications Station.
The project is being carr ed out
for the Federal Aviation Agency.
The Fort Worth regional office
of the FAA is now soliciting bids
on the construction and installa
7" rr. . ".r v iau'
tion or me antenna and transn
'V lZZ ?ue at
" "" l1"?. w m openeO
Worth March 27.
Bids also wi.' be opened at Fdrt
Worth March 23 for the construc construction
tion construction of a concrete building, the
reinstallation of an engine-genwat-ors
and related work at the
IATCS statiin at Chiva Chiva.
Bids on the transmitter building
to be constructed at Telfers Island
by the FAA will be solicited in the
Low Bid Entered
Canal's Bldg. 40
The Panama firm of Rogelie
Diaz and Alberto Guardia made t
low offer of $38,850 on the work
of remodeling Building No. 40 in
Balboa for use as an electronics
shop. Bids were dpened yesterday
afternoon at Balboa Heights.
Other bids rangingv from $44,
570 to $66,910 were submitted by
Wright Brothers of Colon, Isthm Isthmian
ian Isthmian Constructors, Inc., John ,W.
Stewart, and the Dillon Construe
The work of remodeling the
building, which was the former
restaurant located in the- Indus Indus-trial
trial Indus-trial Division ares in Balboa, will
consist of air conditioning and of
certain architectural and structur structural
al structural alterations.
When the project h completed
all electronic repairs work -will
be transferred from1 the shop ia
Balboa to the new location m the
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Uantit f lattat writers it keM m strictest confident.
This MwitiNt mtiMf a responiibllit for satwnts or opinions
expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BO
keen the ill-feeling in Cocoli and out of the Mail Box.
kC Pln tX's worid th term "unity" .has a great meaninj yet here
If "Cocoli Resident" (Mail Box, Feb. 25), who wrote of the Navy
closing Cocoli movies to all non-naval personnel, really wants to en-
in beneficial public thinking .bout our armed forces he would
in the Canal Zone we .have someUS crtuens who are antagomsUc
to various branches ot our armeu seivjtc r
Sil'l ofthi, glorious navy of ours.
Hp should remember that regardless of different departmental poli policies
cies policies the armedices are all American organisations striving for
the same cause
so far as the Cocoli movies are concerned, if "Cocoli Resident"
Saerred ffcoXcVthe authorities .t. man Naval StaUon 'm
movie policy Vk." Xrt.Tnnt of
Exchange, to. De u5eaeI-- .m itrS be
personnel, depenaems ana w "IT". '71
to charge our sailor ooys a lee 10 uw.
had ootnereo w co u t- -. Air Vnrr(, ami
sure he would have better unaersioou mc cav.uo...
Tia?" corner and "Cocoli
Lbl- US Biswas the point involved in Nffi
"to "lie number of non-naval personnel in Cocoli housing I'm
iite sure thai "if he is military the Army or Air Force would g adly
ffeot "'Cocoli Resident- for quarters on the post, as well as gladly
relieving him of all his allowances, it ne is aissausnea.
As far as the Army Commissary is concerned sure Navy de de-pndents
pndents de-pndents shop there. However, 1 believe "Cocoli Resident will, tad
fee Army Commissary relies.on the Navy ptiwge m
the Navy families rely cn the Army commissary. If we were denied
Sfs privilege we would be forced to shoptt Balboa, or in Panama,
or worse yet open a Navy Commissary, which a i view of te handful
of Navy personnel here on the Isthmus would be cheating the tax-
Pa5Also by being detrimental to the Army Commissary it might
oMv'cWoli Resident" to the Navy-owned Cocoli Clubhouse for such
necessities as bread. Or he too might have to shop at Balboa
Au K the establishment of a Navy commissary could.leadlo
a long succession of toes getting stepped on, with no one getting any anywhere,
where, anywhere, and a lot of taxpayers' money getting lost. -t
I iueeest that when "Cocoli Resident" returns W thS Staterne
tours uSS a Uttle. He wUl find the cV.tii?'r0r8gsetrGS
installations being used by Army Air Force Mane, Coast Guard
up thVS movie problem, and squelch some of the-criticism about
there being no more free movies for non-Navy personnel.
How'long does' the US government 'hope to eepujheblf
about building a new canal somewhere eisev wnai woum vuw ...
do with th thousands of uhsWlled Gringos who are presently ttctiv ttctiv-tB
tB ttctiv-tB skSled salaries on the Canal Zone while the skilled Local Raters
wh1rectatlird the work,-under aU kinds of silly classifica classifications,
tions, classifications, are getting unskilled salaries?
Talk of a new Canal has been going on over since 1918, and is
drummed up atfiin every time Panama, seeks her nghtj. from the
US government agencies on the Canal IM. in i k..,
In fact in 1916 Uncle Sam went so for as to throw away.000.000
to Nicaragua for a 99-year lease to build a Canal there the. lease
still has 60. years to run. so what's keeping Uncle i Sam
It's time he woke up' to the facts of modern life and fulfilled his
obligations to Panama. Thanks to college educations gained in the
US and in Britain, Panamanians today cannot be fooled so easily
fh in iqat Anv World Court iudae. after one look at the
Memorandum of Understandings which accompanied the 1955 Treaty.
wold support the Panamanian points ot view on ine quai rj
dispuU'- Ginger Know AH.
If anyone wants a nice kitten arf size, shape, color or sex, from
kitten to Junior Miss or young adult, the C.Z. SPCA has them.
These kittens are all pets of people who have either too many
or have received orders to leave the Isthmus and don't know what
to do with them
They are all nice, gentle and tame, and circumstances make It
extremely difficult to have them destroyed.
It any of your readers would like a nice pet and wish to adopt
0) ot these animals, would thoy please call the the secretary of the
StCA Curundu 5113. We would like ta call your special attention to
the following lists:
One white female kitten with 2 black spots
Two black fluffy female kittens (2 mos. old)
One white female cat with 2 brown spots (5 mos. old special
One black female kitten (3 mos. old)
One black male kitten Q mos. old)
One black female cat
V One white femnle cat -Which
one would you like?
This is being written in the hope of getting some of the garbage
entries out cf the Mail Box.
Miraflrs Bridge. Whoever is responsible for halting traffic
across the bridge could cut it much finer. Lockages could be ached;
uled to avoid the rush hours, 7 to 8 a.m. and 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The
bridge tender who has so little to do that he can clock speeders and
jot down license numbers la evidently not very busy and is further
more maladjusted andor malassigned, and should get a transfer to
the Canal Zone Police. Maybe he is the individual who never wears
a shirt or undershirt and thus provides tourists and other visitors
with a fine example of an upstanding Zonian. The amount of taxpay taxpayers'
ers' taxpayers' money which is wasted while Federal-employes spent these pro prolonged
longed prolonged waits while (hips lock through is fantastic. Due to the time
they have wasted on such waits, or due to attempts to beat the bridge
.opening, people exceed the speed limit.
Latin Amfica. We seem to have hordes of American citizens
Jvho have been running the government, of some country, somewhere,
nd are experts. Rather than criticizing Panama and other Latin
countries, these individuals should volunteer to show Panama how to
(do the job tetter, set a perfect example themselves, or move to a
Jlace they like better. Our relationship with Panama is something
ik that of a husband and wife. To live happily together we must
overlook each other's shortcomings.
' Sunday PX Hours. Let us have a seven-days-a-week operation.;
.Some people work every day but the Sabbath. Some religions observe
Saturday a the Holy Day. There is no law against being a heathen,
"and they too should nave a shopping day.
T a i t
By VICTOR RIISEL
It's time for lo.s of us with money
in our wallets to say it: Soon there
win bp actual huneer in the miast
of plen y ot prosperity in thla na nation.
tion. nation. There' are poverty pockets.
There are-heartbreaks at. plant
gates each week. There are lens
of thousands of charity cases.
There are loaded welfare Hats.
Ail this, in the midst of plenty
of memories of the thirties.
And all the while the Agricultur
al Depc. is nursing more than nine
billion dollars wortA of surplus
foods. Yet there are thousands of
families of unemployed men who
need this 'sustenance out wui nave
to grovit or sell their toas ers, TV
sets or old washing ma and
prove themselves absolutely desti destitute
tute destitute before they can get what is
stored up in Federal bins.
It takes a trip such as I've just
made through this land to see per personally
sonally personally that in these poverty pock pockets
ets pockets in the midst of our very real
boom are an estimated 1,000,100
of the 5,000,000 jobless. They need
They've been out of work so
long, they'll be hungry real 1930
type hungry in tne next six
But it's, a rare mmunlty pos possibly
sibly possibly only Bristol, Pa. which
has set up efficient offices to ap
ply for the surplus foods and dui dui-tribu
tribu dui-tribu e them in such hard hit a a-reas
reas a-reas as Pennsylvania, Northern
New York, and Michigan.
Yet the government's Commodi
ty Credit Cop. official keeper
of the stores now has over tuue
billion dollars worth of foods such
as dried milk, soy beans, cheese.
meats and what on hand. By June
i960, this vast surplus stockpile oi
edibles (and a few other commo
dities such as cotton) will hit ten
and a half billion dollars.
And just imagine, the sheer
cost of keeping this stuff from rot
ting each year could ieeu most
of the unemployed. Government
records reveal that in the 1933;
fiscal year it will pay $850,000,-
ooo tor storage, transportation and
interest on the surpluses." Next
year this cost will, jump to $1,
200,000,000 just for the handling
ot stuu wnicn apparently will nev
er be. eaten by anyone.
This money has absolutely no
thing to do with the-cost of pur
chasing the' surpluses. it's just
me nanming charges, let me re-emphasize.
But despite the need of those
caugnt in toe nation s poverty
poems, only a few million dol dollars
lars dollars worth of this garga.uan store
of staplea has been distributed
this year. The AFL-CIO Cumnvi-
niiy Services Committee, headed
by- I -TertlCWPoHs that some
Of the neediest unemployed will
go along on meager diets ra her
than see themselves left with
just meager shreds of dignity.
iney leei tney lose their self-
respect when they are required
to fill out forms statine thev have
no close relatives working, that
they have less than a few hun hundred
dred hundred dollars in the bank, or thai
iney nave no assets such as a TV
sei or an old ear. This was the
experience of Auto Workers in
upper New York, for example.
And even when they have con convinced
vinced convinced Scrooge-type officials that
they are not moochers, they get
a handout of dried milk, cheese
or soy beans. The officiairinm
just doesn't bother to at empt to
make available the other varie varieties
ties varieties of surpluses such ai meats
All this -r and more will be
spoken of bitterly at the AFL-CIO
unemployment demons ra ion in
Washington which, labor's four four-man
man four-man task force planned in detail
in Washington on Wednesday.
From all over the nation, re representatives
presentatives representatives of jobless councils
will come by plane, train and
chartered bus to hear speakers
demand a national mnr-Atnritim nn
debts of the unemolovei. Thov
Will hear pleas for a holiday on
taxes in Jhe form of reduced with withholding
holding withholding amounts from pay enve envelopes
lopes envelopes each week. Orators will
urge a free medical plan tied to
the distribution of' surplus foods
and free legal aid and psycholo psychological
gical psychological guidance for families hit
by the strains of sudden poverty.
There will be calls for h irinri
of laws you would expect a
"march" on Washington to de demand.
mand. demand. There will be a surplus of
such demands but, agree
with them or not, let's get those
billions' of dollars worth of foods
from the Federal bins to the
bread-baskets of the folks who
need out help.
;fO !Th i-.Hoying the Bag x
NEA Sank, lac
Walter Winchel! In
Celebs About Town: Dignified
Bernard Baruch boarding a bus
at 72nd and Lexington being
greeted warmly by. passengers.
, .Toots Shor wearing his best
worried. look as he dashes into
575 Madison .... Jet Jett, th e
town's newest girl, turning male
necks at the Absinthe House as
she makes her way past the bar.
. .Milton Berle back for the Em Emmy
my Emmy Awards affair, .at which; hd
is the guest of honor Saturday
eve in the Waldorf. .Paulede
Goddard and her eyefilling figure
s rolling along 57th. . .Fernando
Lamas with Constance Warner
(of the' Latin Quarter) at the
Golden Dolphin the night Arlene
Dahl confirmed the, colyin's
skewp. .Patti Page feasting on
i parfait at the swanky. Colony.
. .Constance Bennett patiently
waiting in the long line outside
Lindy'a, (at show break time) and
signing scads of au.ographs be before
fore before she got in. .Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and son Borden at Maud
Sallies In Our Alley: Some of
us were gabbing about Ed Mur Mur-row
row Mur-row going on a year's leave from
CBS to get "a better look" at the
world. ."He's going to find out,"
said a cynic, "that ihere's no bet
ter view iflan from the top of it
. .Frank Sinatra was Topic A
at the Tender Trap. "What a
break for the gals in New York!"
clucked a local. ."You mean
chuckled another, "for the guys
Broadway Sketch: Songwriter
Macs uordon, who passed sud
denly the other night, had h i s
bigges year. His songs were play
ed more times on the air amd via
recordings, albums, etc, than at
anv timfl in hia career. .He had
just finished his last songWrit
ten with melody man Harr warr
. .Probably one of, the prettiest
songs ever composed. .Named.
"C'est P o u t". .Translation:
Memos of a Midnighter: Greg
Jaurez and his wife, whose sep separation
aration separation war s.ayed on the iront
pages so long, are' reported re reconciled
conciled reconciled at the Half Moon, Mon Mon-t
t Mon-t ego Bay, British West Indies. .
Is everything honky-dooJy over at
Martha Raye's?. .Lenore Lem Lem-mon
mon Lem-mon says a rival for her betroth betrothed
ed betrothed (actor George Reeves) threat threatened
ened threatened her wi.h a .45 in Beverly-
Hills. .Movie star Edmund Fur-
dom may lose his eyesight. Spe
cialists in attendance. .Tne Mon Monkey
key Monkey Bar of the Ely see Ho el was
the scene, for a woman-heckler's
face getting' slapped." '.Ronald
Hall: (of a Chicago baking clan)
has his own French pastry. Sho
is Suzanne R i q u e t o "La
Plume." They wed April 12th. .
Mary Scott (Mrs. Cedric Hard Hard-wicke)
wicke) Hard-wicke) is back in town. Reconci Reconciliation?
liation? Reconciliation? ... Crooner Tommy Leo Leo-netti
netti Leo-netti and actress Pat Quinn will
make i. a Panama honeymoon
l'own," opening; oh the 23rd,
Roberta Sherwood's quick return
booking at the Black Orchid. Chi
cago, sianea yesterday lor
Midtown Vignette: GwMiVef
don, the currem toast of Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, was having supper with her
grown son Jim at Dinty Moore's
af .er the matinee of her hit,
"Redhead," next door, it had
been another exciting afternoon
for the star. .A man ou front
was so enthused about Owen's
performance he purchased a doz
en roses at intermission -and
flung them at her when she came
on "for tine 2nd Act. .But Gwen
wasn't chatting about the show
or the roses. .The entire conver conversation
sation conversation dealt with her son's
COLON PHONI SERVICE
Whenever you take up the phone to make a call in Colon not less
fthan two minutes pass before the, operator answers "Hello" or "Nu "Nu-,mero."
,mero." "Nu-,mero." When you request the number, she connects you with at least
,two wrong parties before giving you the party you have asked for.
i These operators should be told that if you wanted the whole city
tto hear your conversation, you would relay ft over some radio station.
iThere are rumors,' which the girls would do well to squelch, that at
the end of their working day certain of them have been known to
rreg le their friends with conversations they remember overhearing
during the day. names and all
f V First Wamlitf
In 1797, Robert Fulton, al already
ready already well-known inventor,
went to iParls to continue his
rvork with Robert Livingston,!
who at the time was U.S. mln-,
later to France. In Paris, Ful- j
ton developed th Nautilus, an
jnderwater boat which could
(hoot torpedoes and could be
Irlven while under water. The
dea of submarine craft at that
ime seemed so absurd that he
rauld not interest any nation la
lis startling Invention
, O Sneyclopadla brltaaata
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
In the District Court of the United States
in and for the District of the Canal Zone.)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MAYON No. 1
(ex-Faclfk Reefer), a Guatemalan ship,- registry number 1343068, home
port, Saa Jeac de Guatemala, together with her engines, boilers, tackle,
machinery, apparel, furniture, and all other necessaries hereunto ap ap-pertaining
pertaining ap-pertaining and belonging, will be sold at public auction to the best and .1
highest bidder, undler order ot the United States District Court for th
District of tha Canal Zone, on Monday, the 23rd day of March, 1859, at
II o'clock in th forenoon, at tha U.S. District Court, on the third floor
of the Administration Building, Crist6bal, Canal Zone, pursuant to a
final decree dated tha 4th day of March, 1959, In the action entitled
Meter H. Blok vs. M. V. Mayon No. 1 and tha Mayon Corporation, In
AdmVralty, No. M7.
TERMS Of SALE: As Is, where Is, U.S. currency or certified check,
earnest money' amounting to ten (10) per cent of the bid price, pay payable
able payable to tha United States Mannal at the Uma of the sale, tha balance
payable in cash or .certified .check upon confirmation by the Court.
The Mayon No. 1, a refrigerated vessel with three Sharp freezers,
AMERICOS brand, was built in Stockton, California, in 1943. Registered
tonnage, 1,051; net, 59. Length 174.6 ft. Beam, 37.1 ft. Draft, 18 ft. Two
Busch-Sultaer dlesel engine, at Mt HP each. Wooden hull with metal
' plate covering, Single-screw.
Prospective bidders may Inspect the vessel upon application to tha
United States Marshal at his office in the U.S. District Court House,
Ancen, Canal Zone, during office hours, 7:38 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1
to 4:30 pjn., Monday through Friday,
JOSEPH I. KINCAID
UNITED STATES MARSHAL.
DATED AT A.NCON CANAL ZONE,
March I, 1959.
Charles' E. Ramlrex, of Von Slclen A Ramlrei, Proctor for Libelant.
school his ambitions, desires, etc
.a warm scene.
Staai Donr: Mnllv finrdnn nna
of the cow-gal dancers in the -up
A r-. .-1:3 Wasiii;:gto:3
Wachincrinn: Fnr a Inns' tim 14 ui. i'i
some ttongressman have pesuat-l .o Pakistan
ed about tanelinff with Ika over! Thou ... .
his W tocriased. White 'House of s"ev
woytvv iimvioiu u wo owaiiujg OVef. UM- fsrt thai wm
mocrat regarding., th ; national circled her wittTa ffl' btI
budget, i)emocraac Congressmen For 10 .years she couldn't A
have shied away from" minting, to anything ibou ft But nTw J in
ike's budcet with it 'exnenaive vl- t. ZJl'.L "W.J?
heUcopters, i new.; private plate, has become it: secondlaa. W.
two y atens, and increased wmte er. Moscow- fifur.. ,k. -" :
:Unwa rmUMMMfla JatV' (3Hol
ley oi San Francisco, tor instance.
requeued xacis ana ngures ic
garding Ike's increased White
House bud tret. Ren. Georee An
drews of Alabama, charman of
the subcommittee on appropria appropriations
tions appropriations oi which Shellev is a mem.
bersaid Noj- . i -;
Every year for several years,
Shelley has raised this point, but
each year hat been rebuffed W
his fellow Democrat from Alaba
ma. v '-- c .-.:- 'N 'N-This
This 'N-This year, however, Andrews re reversed
versed reversed himself. -"I've
talked ta Mr. Cannon,,, he
saiid, referring to Chairman Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Cannon of the full Appro-
I A.! . 'li ,11 wall
pnauons vomm uee. "Ana i u
back you up on looking -into these
nunc nuuse expenses.
As a result; Shelley has requcst-
mti that tha T.fhrrv nt Cnnoro rtt.
port fully on the cost' of running
the White House under Roosevel
under Truman, and under Eisen
hower. The research will so back
. CIORCI WASHINGTON'S
rf fusravuaT vv.vdVMj i V
which, some SCO atiidentit wpr Iv.
If George Washington himself
had been there he would, have
rubbed, his eyes a bit at tha evi
dence of how fa? the country he
fathered had dnfted away from
his doctrine of isolation.
comins show. "nna rv Ruiac i.i -" j o--o
- - ' -- i nnnAi flf tiu viaisiAtt h7(ia wimfliiaaii- norrnw ;nr ti virwi
gam," rode herd with wwlwita ril,
hA 1J W osu&AWK nutniivva unoi- -- r .tb JUL CU
L1C waa J.a) all UEr latallll X.I ... - a m . a I rMH A, amim f Ai.. ja i 7
Decome a greai mecca iob stuaents I awaents) to como'e
irom au over uie woria, ana laer""?. wwege. training. Toe lo.ns
Dedia of GaM Tmk nvir To roster oi graauates inciuaea; repayanie .over a 10-year
peaia oi uags. iook oyer 10 years r,Mrm rrittr. fmm v n F.ri.inenod.- beeinn in ...
dlh-ciorun"m.or!c haid' t Univ
.IWR.UD IUIB AaSlIlAiUa IX VIII UIC
thick Irish brogye to lad in th TyWXffl
cast of "The Quare Fellow." It Sl&WUn&fa
go, him aio.her role in 'Our ZiLiri.TaVi"it
ioviuuayt luviiuiiuneu a lima, onsn
. . I j. it- T I l ml
irom me university oi rne .run .run-Jab.
Ana sacmncra Math J'radnan
from Calcutta University won
fortnight. Appears on' the Garry tt
Moore now tne 3ist,v.Kltty
TCfilln ..-liiev inrvrHjit .Tnhtdiw nili
Wrt's f and: Ben 0Trsvey' tieUghs-
iui torcnant:, "Uot HervOff.My
Hands, Can't Qet Her Off My
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IZU Sunset Blvd.
-"" Ify California, C8.A. -j
Show Bix Novelet: Sam Locke,
author of last season's hit, "Fair
Game," is helping revise the
Broadway-bound "Gay Felon'.'
starring Denise Darcel. '. .Locke
was sued by model Bonnie Cole,
alleging co authorship of "F a i r
Game". .The suit, be now re reveals,
veals, reveals, was se tied for $25,000.
"Pretty nice money," he giggled,
"for a lady whose co-authorship
consisted of suggesting that I
write a play about the, hazards
of being a divorcee in .New York'.'
... .What is not publicly known is
that Mr. Locke continual da'ing
blonde Bonnie even after she
started the lawsuit.
Cast of Characters': Roger Fa Fa-vier
vier Fa-vier a waiter at the Raintree
was decorated wih the Croix de
Guerre in World War II. An; Air
Forte officer. Badly, wounded
when "shot down over Hanoi. . ;
Brenda Leavcraft a llWHMIi Via.
- -rf v4uiv.
feld Girl, now the coatroom ladv
at Jilly's on West 52nd. .Inter,
esting scene at Sardi's, Three ac actresses
tresses actresses nominated for the Acade Academy
my Academy Award's Best Supporting Ac,
ress s udying each other from
different tables; Maurren Staple Staple-ton,
ton, Staple-ton, Cara Williamsi and P e a g y
Cass. .Ethel Merman's new
musical, "Gypsy," holding the
most unusual auditions. Took a
week to select two, dogs, two cats
two1 birds, one monkey, one-lamb
and a duck. All of -which were
pe a of Gypsy Rose Lee's moth mother.
er. mother. Broadwy'Tabletalk: A psychia psychiatrist's
trist's psychiatrist's swank East Side office
nas nee n the scene for "group
therapy." The last session wmmri
up in a free-for-all when a cirl
patient accused a fellow in the
group of being a sissy. He broke
her nose. The group will meet no
more. .The cockatoo that sUs on
Perry Como's shoulder on his
weekly program' jgets $175 per
week. .Why waf Lady Bealty
conferring with a weel known
liwyer at R imeo Saltalsf ....
Former yghtweight Champion
Paddy DeMarco will open a mid mid-town
town mid-town eating place. Guided by po.
pular Danny: of Danny's Hidea Hidea-way..
way.. Hidea-way.. ..After Gordon and Revel
got their first big Hollywood
brak a knocker reported: "They
i"1' PTOve. th be another win,
chell-flash-in-the-pao". .The next
bit they wrote was: "D'dja Ever
See A Dream Walking?'
The Orchid Tree": "Alo't Ahan Ahan-kerin"
kerin" Ahan-kerin" from the score of Bob
Hope's upcomlncf film, "Alias Jes Jesse
se Jesse James".'. Vivinne della Chie Chie-sa
sa Chie-sa at the Waldorf's Empire
K.00' The Blue Angel'i tale't tale't-ed
ed tale't-ed show. .The Martin Dennv
roup at the Roundtable. 4 Art
rarmors MOOern AT lp. . A
The blgtime acting In "Cold 'Wind
and the 'Warm" ,. .Ronl RoiUns,
thrush' "tenu Madrid.
LEICESTER; England (UPI) -British
Transport Minister' Harold
Watkinson personally opened th
nation's second drive-in branch
bank here yesterday t
with a thesis
bucil on th
Telltale signs' are beginning
COLLKCE iOAN SUCCSSS
Tncv aatrl it oAl -n
. i i n ue aone
WhenCongress was considering a
The U. S Chamhon r
Jnd the National Association of
wauuinciurers ootn insisted that -college
loams wnnlH K. T-ZJ?Z
ine .ueparaneni ;oI Health and
Education thmifht a lim.,r k.
Proposal that At Wasn't inl.M.j i. v
tt "dmtovtration's science edu- -Cat
On bill. Even anm.i f.nli.,,.- ?
presidents wer, skeptiel'l.
HOWPVaP Can T lot.. tr:it --3 ....
Hep: Carl -Elliott of Alaham.
who fought to keep- loans, in. thai t
bill, are now 'xnfnvlnn Vi. I
laugh, .lror their idea has given t
SSrf! "wumettw greatest
boost in h story.
vnen ine science Education-'
Bill beca me law last Sept. 2, it was
estimated that n. u
of itte nation's 1,800 coUeges and
universities, would participat in
the loan progriin.-
mswao, 129 alreafly have
signed upland another 300 are
eXDCCted to hm
vernment loan tn a,,i..t. :rif
f:nrff Wahln-fnn ITmlvor.Hv lln the nTt val
wwsaajv naip wwa Wiw ft r
Our Country, hemjtsuatmg; univert silJav never euae
exercises ovWashiairtoor. Birth- d Mrnfiy, kati of student loan
day an impressive ceremony at Progra'iff before. But talented high
oviiwj' Biauuaies are so delugintr
college 1 registrars with loan an-
pUcations that Hill and EIhW
are confident Congress will ao
Drove; an arlrli'lnnal. tmi
Mforr student loans this year.
v.w--ni8n scnooi graduates
With ttmn -amrl.a 1...-.. -.
.tnematics,?;or language courses :
xeresr,, Tnose,: who teach for at
least .five, years Aav to repav
omy, nan theirIoan,
..e:. Lj-Wirshftatd, Wls.lehator"
Proxmire of Wisconsin, was right
' tn his phai-o. Mitif e.n r
vviuiBuu oi exas nas not fo inw.
.I;;.- uma aw lUU'JW-
pn "effettof 'hlcw.rSg2S lht Swa-
i sfvetheaia ftt itvrotlT yWH. ft jtt his way to-,
tacids, feiumor4eaif iSSMdSlW? f
. i".wuuun-oeaerres inai prai
i be. i
But Lyndon: knows the Con-
gressionaJ ropes so well, and and-knows
knows and-knows what he wants to "get
done so decisively that he's im-
emanatefrom Moscow bearing out cSl rnJw11", ind.
the nr-Hiftion nt Pnta V.. f.,uc"SM ipmelimes forgets that
tegists that Russia .wpuld begin to t-SvP great deUberativ
Until recently. Russia did aotLt"- l!J..'!,,M:- wrt,xMt
have the balance rf.mTItary-po,'Sii: WW,
er. But with the develonment-of S?5f. Si J"cfly , Johnhon
long-range 'ntercontinental ballis-"IX" ?T"."i
tic missile, ind with Secretary Kff
Of Defens Nei McK rov'a adm a. r:?t "2: bui., a Jf
sion that, we have nn niani to oeos ore ana more hai
.trk. .W. fc. uecome- a one-man snow.
mis means tnat 'ine. most den
gerous period for the United States
is the next twn vdts when wo are
far behind, Russia well ahead It
rni.lri'h List a -rlanrarnil j nr..
riod as that during our Clv.il War
or our evolutionary war. r or oi-
peno on tne stem ot aipioms's as
much as it dos an military
- This unquestionably is behind
the, cocky confidence of Nikita
KhH.xhchov nvir Berlin Ua Irnr.n,
he hs the strength around Br
iin, mat we naven t.
It's also behind the tough warn
ings to Iran not to sign an alliance
with the United 'States
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19 Rich furs
26 Fruit drlnl
31 Knave of
32 Shikoku and
Islands in this
33 Head coverlna
J8 Compass point
st city in
39 Summer (rr.)
41 Arid rtf ions
SI Playing cards
8S Qraal (Gr.)
S7 Tenant under
"4 DOWN 1
1 Short sleeps
3 Part el
' 5 Mora af ed
7 Alleged forces
S Famal ruff
9 Be pressing
11 Eel worm
12 Very (Fr.)
20 Reduces to
1 oinen io :ti itixinm
40 Bars Iallv
41 Form a notion 42 Shield
23 Box 43 Rigid
24 Solicitude 44 Male deer
SS Prayer ending 45 Young salmoaj
2S Gar us of 46 Jason's shir
, of war.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 7,
THE PANAMA AMFRICAX AIT INDETXiTDENT DArLX XEWSr&rcS
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COMPLETE TRAINING C WO' PhiUitJ I. Yescio 'tnd Mrs. Beatrice Sears are presented certifl certifl-cates
cates certifl-cates nt training Col. O. ABeall Jr.." adjutant general USARCARIB. The presentation was
mftdft on-.wimnletlon-.wf aikM-to'-Wotk-fttmti-inieatton. (U.S. Army Photo)
. -...1 i Ik i"u M .iiint ftm mm
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SPf BILLY C. JOHNS." Dost1' personnel pay section,- receives a
i certificate for Meritorious Achievement and Qustanding Per Performance
formance Performance presented, py (tight) Col. Johp D. Coney, fcost com-,,piander-.Fort
Clayton. Johns, a native son of' Nicholasvllle, ify..
finishes his tour f -duty with U.S. Army Caribbean, and leaves
'.Monaay.i-teir. surface craft for the United States and separation
from the Army. He. was inducted into the Army in March, 1958,
and after five months basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.,
was "assigned to USARCARIB, arriving here in September 1956.
He worked as an automobile mechanic at Nicholasville, before
being Inducted, (U.S. Army Photo)
FatlTer; Sfrl Of Hmif Long Missing
Found Dead In Virginia Sawdust Pile
FREDJtlCkSBURG, Va'. (UPD
--Allttle'igirl clad in pinafore
' and a man with a -bullet wound,
in hi? 'head wers tentatively iden-.
HfiaA vootprHn v .' as two 'members
. of a family f four missing nearly
TheMjodies were discovered late
Wednesday in, a rotted sawdust
pile in" la decomposed condition.
The man -was bound. The little
giri'abody bore-vmarks of v o
fence- 5- '
,The -grim 4spovery'in a field
fvofr scrub- oaks i", and saplings
1 .touched, off an '.'inch by inch
aearcn of the area for the mother
and anotjher daughter, feared to
' bet thervictinis of- the; same sad sad-iistic'kiHer
iistic'kiHer sad-iistic'kiHer who buried, two of nis
. victims face" down in a 'sawdust
Positivf'- identification 'Of the
'bodies of feed 'store clerk Carroll
I V-Jackson, 29, of Mineral, Va.,
'nd his, 18-month-old daughter,
iJanerCarot, -was' expected after
,'autopsie& were completed.
I An uncles Curtis Jacksqn of
vi Richmond viewed the bodies and
faid he.watf "safjsfied" they were
ths. nephew -and the little blonde
'girl who-vanished in--the -ought
'fast' Jan. Ji; with the'othet two
' members the 1 family.; r
Jackson.his vife, a. Mildred, "27,
Janet? and iher-S-year-old sister,
1 Kuaan Anne:" diSaDDeared on their
way Kome-from a .Sunday v sit
to Mrs. Jackson's' parents. h
Their abandonea car; tne -ey
still in the Ignition" switch, was
found the. following day beside the
lonely road they were 'raveling
near mineral,- auuuv L w m ies
.southwest of here. 'V '
I A" daylong search of the area
'uncovered two (pairs of women's
shoes and toy mouse -fcoman
abandoned' well, but no trace of
My other bodies :
State Police Capt. W. W. Blythe
said the scores of .FBI agents.
tae troopers, County and local
' offices would go over the area
"inch V by inch" for clue thai
might lead them to the other two
members-of the family pr their
- killer... '
4'We -know nothing more today
than we .knew yesterday except
that we have two bodies," Blythe
aid. ' .(-' tt
Abe Attell Abed
With The Flu
NEW VORK-CUPlV-Abe1"' Attdir,
76, world .featherweight champion
boxer from 1904 to 1912 washos washos-(pitalhed
(pitalhed washos-(pitalhed today with flu.
Attell was ; taken to Polyclinic
'Hospital wnu hf was stricken in
Lindy's ,; Restaurant Wednesday
night, "V- m- v
He brushed off the sudden ill ill-'
' ill-' ness as nothing, 1 ',
"Why son, I expect to live to
. be loo he torn a reporter..
Attell won ;46. of his 165 fights
t uuuu' (":, ,i.;
1 1 i. i i i i .. I' 1 I ftf n i
,7. s .i
iMrs. 1 Jackson's .parents, Mr.
and. Mis: .Lewis- Hill, .f" 'Mineral
spent about 20- minotesr 'at the
scene- after the' two 'bodies had
been moved to- Richmond. for
autopsy. Mrs. Hill.. with tears
streaming down her face, said
."there is little hope leU.v
, JamesfcBc-achi'a Fredericksburg
farmer, was loading sawdust onto
his truckfor his farm, when he
reached for a' piece of "brush to
pnt beneath' the. .wheels -to give
tne$ vehicle traction. Whpn Hp
pulled the v brush from the foot foot-thick'
thick' foot-thick' layer of : sawdust, he spot spot-ted
ted spot-ted a man's foot.'
.vBeach and ac6m'nanioh.. .Tnhn.
ny Rchards,' called police. They
diig finto "the :awdust and found
the man's body partially covering
"jf s"- uum ; ouuies,; were
lying face dowl. and the man's
hands were bound id front of him
with a red necktie and a rag.
Exam For Engineers,
'I -lk fVi.i'.i' .' .!
For Maifj In Ba'boa
The Cartali Zone Board of Regis Registration
tration Registration for, Architects and PMfp.
sional Engineers announced todayll
that thp npvt nrnfpasinn&l smin
ering examination will be conduct conducted
ed conducted May 2 at, Room ICS, Balboa
High School. .It. will replace the
examination customarily held in
June, r ;
Candidates who notify the board
of (heir intention to be examined
will receive van entrance card
and other information concem'ng
the examination. Those who have
previously unsuccessfully attempt
ed the test are required to pay
the re-examination" fee of $10 be before
fore before an entrance card will be is issued.
sued. issued. Written requests must be
received not later than MSrch 15.
If requests tare received from
Pam-r-and' ir of the examina
tion will' be' offered on April 25
and May 2. resDPctivPiv
Additional information concern
ing the, examination procedures
may be found in the Circular of
Information published by the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Board Af Rptfictritinn Th.
address of the; Canil Zane Board of
gcKisuauon ior -yvrcnitects and
Pjpfs3ionatEflgineers in Box' 223,
Balboa .Heights, ri; tv r
vi:. 4,'-, ..I, f, ;il'''tili."kl"p.!i
JAIL CELLS FOR SALB :
NEW KENSINGTON. "V fTTPn
-p-. v,uuw luro venacn,
whose firm is demolishlnff th nA
cuy nauro maxe room for a Hew
mpniqipat Dquaing,; placed this ad
in i the New, Kensington' Daily
News: fW,v ,'.;"-V'!'.,v:,,
"New Kensington Jail -? cells,
Suitable' for ttonni valuables or
prisoners.' r,,: ;." '. dC'-.s
On Active, Duly
-; - v
A Canal Zor.e police, officer has
begun 5 two eek8 of active duty
as Cap'.' Rudolph L. Crespo, serv serving
ing serving with the U. S. "Army Caribbean
Provost Marshal Section.
For his tour of active duty in
meeting annual U.S. Army Re Reserve
serve Reserve obligations, Crespo has been
assigned to' the USARCARIB stock
ade, Fost Clayton, where he will
double as confinement officer and
officer in charge. ;
Crespo has been in Panama
since 1947 whea h was on active
duty with the Army as opera'ional
sergeant; with the 549th Military
Police Compar.y., At that time the
549th was in the Atlantic area, but
since has been redeployed to the
Pacific side ol the canal.
Crespo also served as an instruc
tor at USARCARIB School, Fort
Gulick, and during that period,
1951 'to 1954, he applied for a re reserve;
serve; reserve; commission' nd ;'was com commissioned
missioned commissioned a second lieutenant in
the. Military Police Corps (USAR)
He has been t police officer with
the Canal Zone Police Department
since June 1957. ,
The captain and his family re
side in Panama City." M'8 home
stateside; is New York- City, i
Here On Project
I te,rfmneta Knickerbocker,
deao of the'' College of laberai
Arts, University of" Tennessee,
will be in Panama from March
10 to 14, to review the program
of his university's technical as
sis l ance group in public adminis administration
tration administration in the Republic.
While here, Knickerbocker will
consult with Panamanian Govera Govera-ment;VUniversity!
ment;VUniversity! Govera-ment;VUniversity! and; Point. 4 offi officials
cials officials : '-
The University of "Tennessee,
under a Point 4 contract, pro provides
vides provides technical assistance in pub public
lic public administra Son both to the
Govtrnment of Panama and. the
University of Panama's School of
Public Administration. An agree agreement
ment agreement entered into in June last
year provided for technical as-
stance to the universe, and re-
concerning the establishment of a
new college of agriculture at the
University of Panama.
Services to tSi -government are
provided through' an office in the
Contraloria General ; known as
"Mision Tecnica' en Administra Administra-ci6n
ci6n Administra-ci6n Pubiica." This 'Office has
been in existence since 1955.
The Tennessee group assists
the Government of Panama by
Conducting studies and administra administration
tion administration improvement projects in such
areas as public personnel admin administration,
istration, administration, administrative organiza organization,
tion, organization, budget and financial admin
Knickerbocker obtained his doc doctorate
torate doctorate at Yale University. He has
taught at Texas Technological
College, the University of Rhode
Island and the University of Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. His specialty is ,English
literature of the r 19th century,
with emphasis on Robert Brown Browning.
ing. Browning. He was executive officer,
then commanding" officer of the
Navy V-12 Unit at Otyo Wesley an
uiuveisuy uurmg,. wona war II.
He also served as director of the
Tennessee survey ; of, igher edu education
cation education in 1957. .' f. -u .,
Mrs. Knickerbocker will accom accompany
pany accompany her. husband -to; Panama;
Goes To Colon
Church On Monday
A Soul i- Winning 'crusade of the
Central Panama Baptist Associa Associa-tional
tional Associa-tional Brotherhood will cross the
is'hmus from. Panama to Colon on
Monday to thr First Isthmian Bap
tist Church, Cristobal, at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the brotherhoods are
requestedvto be at, the, church .at
7 p.m; for prayett session.,
It will he thu second meeting
ot us xinp. l ne jirsi .was neia last
Monday : it the .Calvary, i Baptist
Church, with the Rev..D.'A. Mon
gan as preacner.j n?
The theme for the campaign is
"More Men For Christ", and the
guest preacher will be the young
pastdr of the Emmanuel Baptist
unurcn, ruemo xuevo..t ,-., :
ti ,; i i..i,.;:;ii,'.','y
REDS JNVITE INDIAN i ;.
' 'Vi'',.'; '!,'.-., i':."'; V f ,-V K ?':'
NEW DELHI fUPD--Th Soviet
Union has-invited-Indian President
Rajendra Prasad to visit Moscow.
it was. aanounced today. v.
3 Dead; 2 Missing As Fire Sweeps
75-Year-OId Hotel In Pennsylvania
HAZLETON, Pa".:' f,Un)-Fire
funnehng up a i x-stor elevator
shaft gutted the 75-year-old Gary
Hotel in the business section
yesterday, inree persons died m
the blaze and two others were
missing and believed dead. '
About 45 otier nightclad guests
groped through smoke-filled cor corridors
ridors corridors and r-JUirways, dropped
from windows or slid down wires
tor safety. Twenty of them were
injured in tnelr escape. One. fire
man, ; Paul Flyn., was overcome
seriously by, smoke .while helping
. firemen said the death toll
would ave been much higher
had not the night m a n a ger
aro'ed most of the guests' by
runng through the building
blowing a whistle.
The known dead were identif ed
as Mrs. Howard Deitch, 53; Miss
Mary Mooney, S5, and Mrs.
Emma Stillgebai.er, 65.
. Missing were Mrs. Mary Mc-
Aiarney, about 50, and Mrs. Mary
ivbdi, bu, me oniy guests not ac
counted for an the blaze which
burned out the interior of the
br ck, 100-rooKi structure.
Mrs. Deitch's husband was re
ported in 'critical condition at
Haileton State. Hospital. Eight
oiners were aamitted to the state
hospital while" Flvnn anrf Mre
Madeline' Payne, 54, were admft admft-ted
ted admft-ted to St. Joseph's Hospital. Ten
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Former Pres Pres-ident
ident Pres-ident Truman telling the Press
Congress of the World ne would
' I don't know. What a frpo nrace
is I .have ne. er seen one. I want
t "B jeiegrapn editor or one
of those blue pencil men. Then I
could get what I wanted in the
TORONTO, o7t. Canadian
atomic scientist Dr. W. F. Bald Bald-wm,
wm, Bald-wm, nom natine ihP- Smith' Am.
Bnnklstsing bug' which can ke
250,000 times as large a dosage
of radiation a s man, to inherit
' '"?P !e these would be good
vaiiuiuaies to .nherit the earth
after an atomic war. If man had
resistance like them, he too might
WASHIN GTON Speaker Sam
ojDura Degmmng his record-
ureaicing 4vtn year in the House:
its een a mighty romantic
rr V"iVAu-Taxi driver Martin
Kritzberg complaining that his
estranged wife, left their 22 22-Wlf
Wlf 22-Wlf b Ira, with, him to
go back to str.p teasing:
. Shes a stripper, all right, she
didn t even leav me with a pot
to cook Ira's food in."
CHICAGO-Pilot Max Conrad's
last words as he left Meigs Field
on a non-stop flight to Rome in
his small plane:
inis is it. Goodbye boys."
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
In the District Court of the United States
in and for the District of the Canal Zone.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MAYON No. 1
(ex-Pacific Reefer, a Guatemalan ship, registry number 1343066. home port,
San Jose de Guatemala, together with her engines, boilers, tackle, ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, apparel, furniture, and all other necessaries thereunto apper appertaining
taining appertaining and belonging, will be sold, at public auction to the best and
highest bidder, under order of the United States District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone, on Monday, the 23rd .day of March, 1959, at
10 o clock In the forenoon, at the U.S. District Court, on the third floor
of the Administration Building, Crist6bal. Canal Zone, pursuant to a
final decree dated the 4th day of March, 1959. In the action entitled
Srhi.eij?ll.v,-.M- V- yo" No- L In Admiralty. No. 2272.
iMrJS LJ- SALE;,A where Is, U.S. currency or certified check,
S? thf TTf'J "miounn o ten '10) per cent of the bid price, payable
mI 1nV?iJXiel,X'JBh? at lhe tlme of the "'' the balance pay-
J" m m rt',ie check upon confirmation bv the Court.
AMlWrni 'SL!?0' 'rleratl vesse' wilh three Sharp freezer's."
eJ I tonJ w??Ui Stockton, California, in 1941 Register:
tic fcSrh uL"hV LTgth' 174 6 Draft. ft.
i'SUtZe1r ,nRlne of 900 HP each. Wooden hull with
metal plate covering. Single-screw.
ITl.0cletlvt.b,dwe,,'' rnay the vessel uonn aonllctlon to' the
United States Marshal at his office In the U.S. District Court House An Ancon
con Ancon Canal Zone, during office hour, 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to
4. 30- p.m., Monday- through Friday.
DATED AT ANCON. CANAL ZONE JOSEPH I. KINCAID
Jl Si Nl59 United States Marshal,
Charles E. Ramirez, of Van Slclen & Ramirez. Proctor for Libelant.
MM Ml E
by Conrado Sargeant
; Daily pi 7:00 p.m.
PBS PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
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others were cischarged from the
hospitals'' after treatment.
fThe fire was discovered shortly:
after 1 a.m. by-night manager
Clarence Krapf 03, who said
smoke -and then flames encircled
the elevator ear as 'he descended
from the upper floors after mak making
ing making h s rounds.
Krapf telephoned an alarm and
then ran through the hallways of
the building, blowing a police policeman's
man's policeman's whistle to arouse the
guests. Firer.en said his work
saved many of the guests, includ including
ing including about 20 elderly pensioners..
W thin minutes smoke was bil billowing
lowing billowing from windows on all four
sides of the blocklong, narrow
building. Many of the guests,
who lived on the first five floors,
were trapped by the rapidly rapidly-spreading
spreading rapidly-spreading flames. They made their
way, to windews, dropped to safe
ty, drwa,:ted for firemen tq res rescue
cue rescue them by ladders.
At Earth's Crust
Seen By Scientists
NRW YORK fUPIV If the
earth's crust were' flipped over,
the United States would look
about the same in land profile as
it does now, a group of scientists
Thp unsirip down look at the
continental crust underlying this
country was obtained by coordi coordinating
nating coordinating measurements of waves
from an ear'hquake that occurred
in the Pacific Ocean in 1957.-
Seismologists at ,42 v stations
throughout thev United States and
Canada joined in the project, an
findings were reported by Dr.
Maurice Ewing, of Columbia Uni University,
versity, University, and Dr. Frank Press of
the California Institute of Tech Technology,
nology, Technology, in an article in the Geo Geological
logical Geological Society of America.
The study showed the earth s
crust under the United Slates
ranged from a little more than
19Vi to 32 miles thick. It was
found to be at its thickest under
the mountain ranges of the West.
It was shallowest under the plains
Makes Dr. Sagrans
An honorary membership in
the Panama Dental Society was
presented recently to Dr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth L, .Sagrans,, prthodpntist,; m
the Ancon Deflt,kClinic.,
Sagrans recently delivered a lec lecture
ture lecture ajid conducted a "table cli clinic"
nic" clinic" at the annual convention of
the Panama Dental Society.
A comparative newcomer to the
Canal Zone, he arrived here last
September from Wakefield. Mass.
He is a graduate of Tufts Univer University
sity University Dental School, where he also
took-his- postgrhduate work. ,. ,,.
27 02, Panama
John Hvasta, who pscaped from
the impregrnble.forress of Leo Leo-poldov
poldov Leo-poldov in Communist Czechoslova
Wi; vnlT teron CFN-TV's "Ze-
1960" program next Saturday
(March 7) at 5 p.m. about Ue
innumerable times his life was
saved because of the living faith
of the people in that country.
Havasta, first American civilian
held captive behind the Iron Cur Curtain,
tain, Curtain, will relate how he was shel
tered, fed and dothed by Czechs
loyaks who knew they were risk risking
ing risking their lives to aid him.
He says the only thing these
oppressed people live for is their
"realization tha' there is God:
that there is some supernatural
Being Who Knows of their
Then a 20-year-old student al
tne University of Bratislava.
Hvasta had a nar-tinvn inh 1
the U. S. Consulate there, when
ne was arrested as a. "spy." He
underwent torture and solitary
confinement during three and one one-half
half one-half years in prison. He broke out
in 1952 with six other men, but
was unable to return to the U.S.
for another 21 months. He spent
this time dodging the Commu Communists.
nists. Communists. Two students who escaped
with Hvasta were recaptured
"There were over 10,000 secret
police using airplanes and blood bloodhounds
hounds bloodhounds trying to recap'ure us,"
Havasta said. The people were
told by radio that the escapees
had been killing women and ch'l
dren, and large rewards were of offered
fered offered for their return.
The first man they met told
them. 'Tlnn't tenrr,, tll T..i
keep on going so they won't catch
They continued nn thmiioh (Via
cehter of a village, Hvasta said.
reopie looKen at us, but no one
got his gun. In each village at
least ten percent of the popula population
tion population are in the secret police
After four days of running, he
aaded, the first person to whom
they appealed for food turned out
' o be a secret policeman. "If you
beheye in God," Hvasta appeal appeal-ed.
ed. appeal-ed. "and I am ci, j r
did before: and T Hnn't th,ni.
youve changed just because you
are a secret pojiceman. .could
you help me. .just give me a
n.?'hemJanLgave the escapees not
only food but safe direc.ions to
continue their flight
"th6?!.1 ;alid-" he -added,
that these people believed nn
matter What "4; I
went from place' td place for 'l
months. .They realized they
were risking their lives and the
lives of their families, but they
kepe fora week,two weej,
The Blue Army, which prodirc-
are you a
, Tvnowirig it?
Do you believe that religious
truth cannot be contrary to
trutn irom any other source?
Do you believe man is capa capable
ble capable of self-improvement and
is not condemned bv the doc doctrine
trine doctrine of "original sin"?
Do you' believe that'slrivinc
to live a wholesome life Is
more important than accept accepting;
ing; accepting; religious creeds?
Do you believe In the practi practical
cal practical application of brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood in all social relations?
Then you are
. Unitarian beliefs.
Why not visit the Unitarians
this Sunday morning at 10:30.
A warm welcome awaits
you at Building 362, Ancon
Boulevard At Mamey Place
(near the Tivoli).
BIRDS "EYE quick-frozen foods are farm- Eniov vMir
!:V fr6sh and flavorsbme. Grown exclusively fruftjuices, fish and poultry, all-yearT
!r ; for Bird?,: yc, these rcady-to-scrve 'round regardless -of season.
quicK-irozen Birds bye
, ... fully selected, cleaned
meet top-grade U. S.
CmL 'rUA too A
iwm i 7 ui( wci wniv lyuur
s ""Zero-igeo" at its National
Headquarters in AVasingtdn, New
Jersey, usipg this universal fai h
as a- basis its crusade, "which
has enlisted more than 15,000,000
persons in 57 nations in "its cam campaign
paign campaign for Tyorld peace through
:W3 'U'ViFffJ n
V Thank yoii
Soi f erte it It Wj
loous ..are carey 4
and packed to ;
Food Standards... V;
HALTS SUDDEN BREAKS
'ATLANTA iUBl Personnel of officer
ficer officer Vaughn Rice of the Georgia
Revenue Department"' said today
that the practice of checking in
for work-at 8:30" a. m, and coin?
directly' to the coffee shop for
coffes ; break will no kmge.. be
prayer sacrifice and consecraloh
The gues' on next week's ;ZtV4
ro-1960" program will be" Wan-"""'
ning. Johnson, former officizi ol, ol,-fhe
fhe ol,-fhe American Communist. PwU
OIRBCT Panama Bermuda
tn 19 hours only $123.00
Panama Ncv Vnrk NON-STOP
Europe only $378.00
Monthly payments $22.00
Tours through Europe, to t'Ac Holy
Land and Around the World.
Consult your travel agent for flights lc
the Caribbean, Central & South America
Tivoli .Avenue, Panama, B. P.
Tel. 2 1822
MARCH 8r 1959
I'll be working to change
some electric lines to improve
my service to you. H wijl be
.necessary, to suspend your
current for a few hours.
' 2 a.m. -8 a.ni.
11th, 12th, 13th, 1 4th, 15th. and 16th
A J Avenue from 11th to 1 6th West
Central Ave. from 11th Street to I
B 9treet from 17th West Street to
Peciro A. bfaz Street.
Carlo Clement Street.
A, C, P, E, H, F, and G Streets
for your kind cooperation
Cenaictiii in Stffit J
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SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 1959
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HE PANAMA MERICAN AN IJfDEPlNDENT DAUT KEWSPIPK.
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L.,.... uinuiM'l CLUB HONORS RED CROSS
AT MARCH MIITINC IN RID CROSS BUILDING
Ith. Cristobal Woman's Club, at It. rolr mwtln lt
the evasion t? the American Rtd Crow, in conjunction with th. ob-
th. Rod 52S, .n?.xt.nd.d good wish., for th. club', .ucc... m
futor. activities in th.ir new clubhouse.
Mri. M. F. Green, pcesident, in introduced
troduced introduced William G. Arey and
Mrs. Eleanor Mcllbenney, public
information officers of the Pana
ma Canal Company, who discuss discussed
ed discussed their work.
-The musical programs was pre presented
sented presented bv Miss Esther Miller, pia pianist,
nist, pianist, a Cristobal High School sen senior.
ior. senior. Mrs. Tracy White and her com committee
mittee committee members were m charge
of the social hour. Purple bougain bougain-villa
villa bougain-villa and alamanda were arrang arranged
ed arranged in the centerpiece of the tea
?8piaiu were announced at the
Imeeting for the laying of the
new clubhouse tomorrow afternoon
at 4 at Margarita Avenue
The flower arranging class has
been postponed until Apn 12 from
7 to 9 p.m. at the Margarita Clubhouse.
Isthmian Visitors v
Sail Horn. On Aneon
L L Churchill and Joseph Ben Bennett
nett Bennett of Walden, N.Y., who have
been houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.
v w Millsnaueh of Gatun for the
past menth, sailed aboard the An
eon to return 10 men uuiut.
Balboa Woman's Club
Plans Ev.nin9 Mooting
The Balboa Woman's Club has
planned a meeting for Wednesday
evening at 7 p.m. at the USO-JWB
in Balboa. Members are remind
ed that an important business
meeting will start promptly at
An interesting program, open
to guests and interested visitors,
will start at 8 p.m., when William
Kosan, local authority on Fort San
Lorenzo, will discuss his recent
participation in the reclamation of
the ancient fort.
He will present a movie in color
titled "Recent Discoveries at Fort
San Lorenzo," which will explain
the history leading to the discoveries.
Jim McNamara Wins
Jim McNamark was voted the
best speaker at Tuesday evening's
meeting of the Isthmian Toastmas Toastmas-ters
ters Toastmas-ters Club. Bob Engelke won the
award for the most improved
speaker, and Pat Moran was vot voted
ed voted the best impromptu speaker on
thp table tonic.
The Club will meet Tuesday,
March 17, in the Fern Room of
the Tivoli Guest House, to elect
new officers and conduct a regul
ar meeting. More information may
be online'' rom car. s. e. lay
lor, Navy 2434.
Canal Zone SPCA Names
Its Working Committees
The Canal Zone Society for the1
Prevention of Cruel to Animals
has completed the appointment o:
its members to the working com com-mittees.
mittees. com-mittees. Any members who are
desirous of serving on an of
these Committees and who have
not been named, should contact
the secretary, Mrs. Berta Lewis
at Curundu 5113.
Membership and fund raising
committee: Mrs. Thelma M. Ja Jamison,
mison, Jamison, Chairman; Mrs Margaret
ir..u wis Yates. Mrs.
t .... m Hphrt Mrs. Pearl
'Brown, Mrs. Dee Niebling Mrs
iKathlyn Fisher, Mrs. Juliette J
if.- m HpIpii H. Standish
hKm virvrnnpo Maeurer. Mrs. It.
L Wentsworth, Miss Claire
nA Mr Silas E. Charbonneu
Juniors: Robert W. Wide 11,
Hutrhisnn. Dianne Hutchi
son, Dianne Hutchison, Joan Mul Mul-ler
ler Mul-ler Florence Ann Barbour, Lyn
Ida rerez, aii jouii swcu,
chele Canavaggio, Robert C. 3o
hannon, Patricia Fri'ts, Lancey
Saunders, Patty Doran Dianne
Boyd, Terry Stepp, Jennie Bla Bla-ney,
ney, Bla-ney, Christina Vogt.
The Armed Forces Wnterr
League will have a regular month
Iv meeting Thursaay evening at
7:30 in the USO-JWB in Balboa.
All members of the armed
forces, their families, and other
U.S. citizens are eligible for mem
bership. Writers, photographers,
cartoonists and other artists are
included in the invitation.
(Presorted by th. Department
of Christian Education of th
Episcopal Church In th. Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of th. Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zono.)
Your Evoning Blblo Reading:
THE PERIL OP
"Lt this mind be in you. which
was also in Christ Jesus."
The Christian Life does not be
gin and end with admiring that
mind of Christ Jesus mat is,
the mind of self-denying love giv giving
ing giving itself tn thp riea h. II merelv
begins with the reverent acknowl
edgement that in Christ we see
the true God in His true charac
ter. The next vital step toward
being a complete Christian is to
let mat mind be in us. ine com
plete Christian is not the con
vinced believer and devout ador
er of Christ. The complete Chris
tian is he who begins with belief
and adoration and goes to to the
actual imitation of hit Lord. It is
only as we try to be like Him n
our own relationships to God and
our brethren that we fully en er
into this way of life called Chris Christianity,
tianity, Christianity, .Jf j
A great preacher once preached
a sermon on "the peril of wor
shipping Jesus." HU thesis was
that we must not be content to
bow before the lowly Christ in a a-doration
doration a-doration and then call it quits.
Our worship is not complete un
til His mini has b?;. me our mind.
Lip service or eroo'.iopal surren surrender
der surrender can never be substituted for
spiritual surrender, w1" dam damage
age damage to one's religious life. For,
as Jesus warns us: ; "Not every
one that saith unto v me, Lord,
Lord, shaM en.er into' the -(kingdom
of heaven; bu; he that do do-eth
eth do-eth the will of my Father." His
will is to Give, to Love; to
Share. The final judgment will
not necessarily be how much we
do these, but that We were doing
BY OSWALD JACOSY
Written for NIA Service
Blood Wedding' Setting; Costumes
Create Mood For Compelling Tragedy
Complaint and investigation
committee: Major a. a. uarueii,
rhairman: F. S. Rudesheim
(horses). Mrs. Julia Mieyei.
Mrs. Dorothy E. Hannigan, Mrs
H. G. Foster, Mrs. ,awiy wuuui
Mrs. Olive Pajak, jamtss uunn.
Ariontion commi tee: Capt. SV
S. Rodimon, chairman, Mrs. June
Lee, Mrs. William Jamison, mis
William L. Lewis. Mrs. Virginia
B. Powell, Mrs. Lee A. Beviile
Mrs. H. J. Linker, Miss Helen J.
Juniors: JuSy C. Hotz, Nancy
S. SLt6th,WMevT; Smith,
PubTteltfCommi.tefe: Philip L.
Dade, chairman; Lt. Colonel H.
W. Post, William L. Lewis,. H B
Macurpr, Miss Velma Medina,
Mrs E. G. Jones Mrs. Marge
Coffey, Mrs. Ellen E. B a i 1 e y,
Miss Grace J. Rider.
.Tnninrs: Jack Blanev.
Education Committee: L,aiy
Phyllis Henderson, Rev. Bishop
R. H. Gooden, Rabbi Nathan Wit
kin, Mrs. E. C. Jones, Mrs1. John
W. Muller, Mrs. Bell T. Morse.
Juniors: Laura T Pajak.
Scout Leaders Roundtable
The Atlantic Side Scout Leaders
roundtable meeting will be held
Monday evening at 7:30 in the
Margarita Clubhouse, second
Atlantic Side PTA
The March meeting of the Parent-Teacher
Association will be
held at the gymnasium of the
North Margarita School Monday
evening at 7:30.
After a short business meeting,
the musical program will be pre presented
sented presented by Miss Clair White and
Miss Esther Miller.
The Panama Canal Tarpon Club,
announces the change in date of the Fish Fry from
March 8 to Mardh 15, 1959.
COME ONE COME ALL
TICKETS SOLD AT THE CLUB.
IT AUG, ELCXS
AND THEIR FRIENDS
The Elks Club N 1542,
Brazos Heights, C.Z.
is pleased to announce the reopening of
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.
Found With Hair,
ONTARIO, Calif. (UPI)-Nine-weekold
Eric Flores, kidnaped
last Friday by a babysitter who
has a 19-y s,-old,son of, her own,
was back uninjured today in the
arms of his" widowed mother.
"Oh, I'm so happy," Mrs. Ruth
Flores cried. "He's smil ng at me
all the time just as if he knows
hes' back home with his mother.
I have no hatred in my heart."
Eric was found Wednesday
night by a squ-d of police and
FBI agents in the arms of Mrs.
Betty Jean Yocom, 38, as she hid
beh nd a locked bathroom door in
her home at Norco, about 15 miles
southeast of Ontario.
The tot's auburn hair and eye eyebrows
brows eyebrows had been dyed black, but
he looked neat and clean and ap apparently
parently apparently had been nursed over a
cold from which he had been suf suffering.
fering. suffering. Mrs. Flores attributed the safe
return of her brby to prayers de delivered
livered delivered at the South Euclid Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church just a short time be
fore lawmen working on a tip re
covered Er c.
Mrs. Yocom readily admitted
snatching Eric from the crib he
shared with his twin brother,
Aaron, last Friday while she was
supposed U bt tending Mrs. Flor Flores
es Flores six ch ldren in the Flores'
modest home here.
The 180-pound Mrs. yocom,
booked on suspicion of kidnaping,
related a pathetic tale of wanting
a baby by her present husband,
Stephen, a truck driver. She said
she had several miscarriages.
Eric was treated as her own
eh Id, Mrs. Yocom said. She told
police she even convinced her
husband, away for weeks at a
time driving trucks, that Eric was
their child to whom she had given
birth during one of Yocom s an
Mrs. Yocom admitted she was
marr ed twice before and had a
son, Samuel Leroy Mix, by ner
first marriage She said she did
not know her son's whereabouts.
Miss Genevieve Pielusko, who
recently joined the faculty of
Balboa Junior High School as
art instructor, is in charge of de design
sign design for the forthcoming produc production
tion production of Garcia Lorca's "Blood
Wedding" to be presented by a
bilingual oast at the National
Theater, March 16 and 17.
The play is under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the Panamanian North
American Association in coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with the Teatro Experimen Experimental
tal Experimental de Panama and the Theater
Guild of the Canal Zone.
A graduate of the University ol
the 'State of New York and All All-bright
bright All-bright Fine Arts Academy, witn
eight years experience in design
ing for the theater, Miss Pielus
ko Is known locally for her set
tings for The Madwoman of
Claillot" and "MMy Three An
She also designed the b a c k-
grounds for the Roosevelt Cenoe
nary pageant the mighty gates
ot Mirafiores iocks during con
In designing for the present
work she was faced with a differ
ent set of problems. The play is
a deeply compelling tragedy, a
type of play which ordinarily
calls for subdued and sombre
tones. However, Blood Wedding is
a tragedy worked out in an arid
southern region of Spain where
the sunlight ii brilliant. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, in her settings, Miss Pielus Pielusko
ko Pielusko has used the stark effect of
think rough adobe walls reflect
ing the light of a merciless sky.
Against such brilliance the darK darK-ly,
ly, darK-ly, clad characters of the phy
stand out in startling contrast
This seems to sharpen the effect
of a people buffeted by hot winds,
stormy passions, and an unfeel unfeeling
ing unfeeling fate.
Other problems that Miss Pie Pielusko
lusko Pielusko has had to solve had been
in relation to the costuming of
two semi-allegorical figures which
appear in the final scenes when
the excitement ii at its peak. The
first of these is an old
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- -A10 5
North and South vulnerable
South Wert' North East
2N.T. Pass JN.T.' Pass
Pasa Past u;i?
' Opening lead A Q
work, of this folk tale, is the per personification
sonification personification of Death itself.
Her cos ume is one which ap
pears to be nothing more than
rags and tatters, but which at
the climax of the play seems to
unfold and. take on the appear appearance
ance appearance ofa giant bat.
The second problem was won:
ing out an appropriate design for
costuming the moon which, after
the fashion of folk, tales and bal
lads, actually becomes charac er
istically human and takes part
in we dialogue, cui mis is noi a
romantic moan: it is a gypsy
moon, sinister in Its desire to re re-veal
veal re-veal the fugitive lovers to the en
ranged pursuers. This is a moon
with a taste for violence and cold
steel. Miss Pielusko clothes iii.n
in a robe and cowl not unlike the
habit of a medieval monk. In co
lor the costume is cold blue like
Miss Peilusko's percep'ion of
the dramatic moment as carried
over in her designs is another in
stance of the meticulous and
painstaking efforts being made
in an attempt to bring to the
Isthmian audience a theatrical-
experience which will be highly
unusual. The bresen ation of
Blood Wedding will be the" sec
ond of a series of cultural attrac attractions
tions attractions sponsored by the Panama
nian North Americart Association
The association's chief objec
tlve is to strengthen the ties of
friendship and unders anding be
tween the peoples of the Ameri Americas
cas Americas by promoting Intellectual and
cultural exchange through direct
relationships among the citizens
as well as between the private
ins itutioms of these countries.
The American bridge player be
lieves firmly that everyone Is en entitled
titled entitled to life, liberty and the right
for everyone to play no-trump conr
tracts, except his partner.
As a result ofl tills belief, al
though practically everyone sets
his requirements tor a two no
trump opening as from 2Z to 24
poinis, practically everyone opens
two no-trump with a 21-point hand,
balanced distribu ion and stoppers
in all suits.
The ostensible theory is that lie
ensures the lead coming up to his
big hand and also gives no suit
The 21-point two no-trump came
out pret yjwell today. North rais raised
ed raised to game and West opened the
queen of spades. South won the
trick, took his three top diamonds,
led a club to dummy's ace. dis
carded a spade on dummy's jack
of diamonds and led the ten ol
clubs. East had to play the jack
and this gave South three cluo
tricks and his contract.
If South had merely opened one
clu'. Nor.h would either have pass pass-id
id pass-id or responded' one diamond. In
either case, East would have stuck
in a heart bid and now a heart
would be opened and effevivelyl
scuttle any no-trump game.
I 1 .1. 1
. i. .-
THE VOICE OF
; by;Doroihy Killgallen
"Actor Pat Hingler- Injured ir
that elevator eccident' a few days
ago, was o seriously huit he U
have to, remain in theliospiul for
tout .montha,;' then recuperate" at
horn lor another .: elgh months
The vprodv ..zn VJB,' in
which he starred,-are aaid to h
trying to get Jamei S wart of the
filmi j to : replace. : him in the
ilwiriv?'.;! '' f;::.'-4
, Irving Berlin Tiar, thrilled' the
' Calif orDianjr producing the Acade
my Awards ceremonies' by ? wrl
ing a special set of tatirical ly lyrics
rics lyrics to hiselassie 'Therels 'No
Business Like- Show Business to
do sung at- me uscar auairv
loner Stevens. whir1 nude'- head
lines. ; recently witH Jher suicide
attemDt. causei considerable com
motion at an Actors S udio ses
sion the other evening. !n the
middie of ii scene, for no nppar nppar-ent
ent nppar-ent reason, sh heftiii to ihout
"I can't lorget mm i can i lor lor-get
get lor-get himl" and had to- be soothed
by the startled v group working
with her V
Illustrator Jon Whitcomb, who
creates the prettiest of all maga magazine
zine magazine heroines, has finished his au autobiography,'
tobiography,' autobiography,' but the publishing
house for which he wrote It is
afraid it's almos too hot to han handle.
dle. handle. Gloria Grahame's date at
EI Morocco ;Was Cv rfmvv
ex ... Husband. .Otto Preminger
may-, faced; cehso ; touole Jud
which probably will deltgbt mm,
as it usually' mecf Wore nwv
at the bojt :alLm'fazb6yn:mw
the blue pencils are. prutesnnj; b-
ver the shoo iner script ot "Anaio "Anaio-my
my "Anaio-my of a Murder."
RANGOON, Burma UPI)-nTlie
Burmese, Chamber of Deputies
took uiyler consideration 'oday a
bill that provides for compulsorv
beggar military training for both men
woman which, within the frame-land women.
TO ALL MERCHANTS:
"The PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM,
stations HOG (English) and HOA (Spanish) ad advise
vise advise all merchants in and outside of the Republic
of Panama that it is not to be held responsible
fqr debts contracted by its employes, unless
there exists a special authorization signed by Mr.
C. Michael McCafferty, Executive Vicepresident,
or Mr. William A. Howard, General Manager."
Q The bidding Has been:
East South West North
1 Double 2 2
You, South, hold:
AA JSC VAK74 AQlt AS
What do you do?
A Bid five diamonds. There
should be a rery food play for
this contract, but any stroafer
action would be moat optimistic.
The bidding has been:
Weal North ,.Eat South r
1 f, Double .- 1 A ( Pass J
2 A Double Pass 1
You, South, hold:
AJ765 VK9t 7S2 S5
What do you do?
6:30 to 7:00 P.M.
YOUR COMMUNITY NETWORK
PBS PANAiVlER:IcAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
A Resounding Triumph
At 10 p.m. only in the patio
No Cover No Minimum'
CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra plays
Bella Vista Room closed tonight
Dinner will be served In the patio.
34 Canal Zone Scout Units
Involved in courcaDlotl
Exhibits and demonstrations by
34 units of .he Canal Zone Loan
cil of the Boy Scouts of America
will be a highlight of the giant
ScOutcapades extravaganza in uai
boa Stadium tonieht.
Offering the public one .of the
grea.est opportunities to see
scouting in action, the exhibits
and cemonstra ions will range
from the simplest handicraft
skills learned by the cub scon to
on-ihe-spot bridge building by ex
The gala Scoutcapaues, the' first
in the Canal Zone in two years
I has been 'divided into three sec
tions, with the demons rations and
exhibit boo hs last on the pro
This position on the program
accordine to John Goueh who is
in charge of tne scoutcapaue
exhibitions, is advantageous as
it eives the public a greater op
portunity to view Uhe work o! the
bovs who will be showing off their
skills and knowledge gamea
throueh the Boy Scout program
The exhibit section useii win
be in the form of a semi-circle
and will contain boo ha manned
bv Scouts who. will explain wna:
the displays represent m now
thev .were! made Many of then;
will feature articles made from
native wood or concerning Pana
manian wild life.
All exhihfta will be judged on
their sorieinalitv end atractiveness
by a panel ol- judges rrom me
Demonstrations by Scout units
will include wood-chopping, signal
ing, bridge -builditfg, knot tying
and lire-making, au or.wnicn are
an essential part of the Scout's
training. These demonstrations
will also be judged on thv merits
of speed, methods used, tnd cap
ability of the participating &couu
Rnomored bv the activities com
mittee of the Canal Zom Coun Council,
cil, Council, ; (he bvej U ,:Scoutcpades
show is under the, aetive-i dlrec-
First event on the sh6w, whlrh
will houln at T'U D m.'Wlll. be
the 25-mlnute long grund opening
and meeant den.rtinB 'he hUic
ry of scouting, this will be fol followed
lowed followed tyi a 20 mlnute parade,
with the rest of the program de
voted to 'the exhibits and demon
atratloni. .-n ';' ;'
The two honorary presidents of
the Cira' Zone CovdcIi, Lt. Gen.
Ridfe v Ratthr.r Commander in
Chief Caribbean; end Gov. W. E.
The garden party celebrating
the visit Ol the uukb oi uain
burch to Hone- Kona'f Govcn
ment House will be televised,
and ought to provide the photo photo-craohers
craohers photo-craohers with plehty of cheese
gloves. No special dispensation is
bout protocol-have Deen,iniorm
ed, "Ladies are expected to at
tend in short, dress.' not too bril
liant in color, and with Tiat and
gloves No special dispensation is
necessary about curtseyln" in che che-onusams."
onusams." che-onusams." (Cheonesams are those
Oriental sheaths fslit Uo '''0
(There).' .KMilBohafre" Frank Mc Mc-Mahbn
Mahbn Mc-Mahbn and his Be ty Beti are ex expecting
pecting expecting another baby in June...
Nancy Malone of "A Touch Of
The 'Poet is the envy ol all ,Uifi
other understudies on Broadway
She's eone on so many times for
the ailing Kim Sanley tnat -tne
talent scou.a nave naa pieniy w
chance w. see, her, and she's gev gev-tlhg
tlhg gev-tlhg movie'- ofteis '.including1- ohe
from MGM to take part in a series
Insiders say that when the fi
nal chanter is written about Alex
ander L. Guterma; it will be re
vealed Jthat :1k wise Wall St
chaps olaveihim for a sucker
and cliDped him for' more than
$1,000,000 by selling him short.
Svlvia Sidney's chums expect
her to waltz down the aisle with
Wade Reynolds, her flame In the
"Auntie Mame" company. Dan Dan-nvJMarshall's
nvJMarshall's Dan-nvJMarshall's hit at the Tender
at . i
Trap won mm an enRagement
at th Sands in Las Veeaa. .
Javne Meadows (Mrs. Steve Al
len) has been offered tne mntner
role in tile "Father of the Bride'!
TV series based on the movie in
which the voune and dewy Eli
zabeth Taylor-4ong before ? she
started swinging with the beat
niks played the bride r Ha
rold. don'i do it! Harold Arlen,
one of the most" dapper fellows
on the avenue, is threatening, to
srow a beard. He's beeii hob-nob-
bmb with Padqio Chayefsky ami
other bearded, writers, and says
the fad is contagious. ?
Arthur Murray thinxs a new
Latin dance called "the Guhdii
cha" will be .the next big crare,
In the rush of excitement over
Millie Perkins4n "The Diary
Anne Frank" another caiing suc
cess was slightly overlooked by
tne s.tuaio brass ui not w
long Young Richard t Beymer,
who plays. Anne's teenage sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, has been signed to an at at-'ractive
'ractive at-'ractive contract by20th Centu-
Liz. Rmvav' haa deposited r. her
young son in afl Arizona board boarding
ing boarding school pending her appear-
snce; beTore the Los Angeles
grand jury in l'affair Mirtv
Cohen. i .Marilyn Monroe is so
gooa an &ome Uke It Hot"- the
producers Aave forgiven her fof
all the. trouble thev
they: think it was worth it. ( In
icf, everyone s iorgiven her ex except
cept except director Billy Wilder, and
he's expected to rtlent as soon ?
as the notices (and box office returns)-
are iayiiTlie back of the -theatre
was lively during the Ac Actor's
tor's Actor's Benefit of, ':'The Disenchant Disenchanted"
ed" Disenchanted" Anne Bancroft and her cur
rent passion; Andreas : Voutsinas
staged a verbal' duel that turned
eyes Ind 'ears "In their direction.
' There was. plenty of champagne-
at the' triumphao' dinner,
prtyv. given for tennis star Alex v
Olmedo at the Chateau Madrid. -but
lie drank only :rt)ilk '- Geoige
Jean Nathi's widow; Julie Hay
on, -will make: a tour of US coi coinages
nages coinages doing readings from the
works of the late, trtic Tenia.
tlve title for the series: 'iEncore
for ,George Jean Nathan" -.
Just -Hn case Fidel evr HpVwb.
to shave that beard. "the proprie-
wi m uiij aruersnop at 'ne cor corner
ner corner of Lexineton and rani Rf i
named Castro, .Those who real- :
ly Know ex-schoolteacher Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia McManus, recently convicted -"P-0?
forges, report that her
stiB witol-J story tops all the print printed
ed printed versions. t-
.Connie, Codarini, one 'of 'the
Four, Lads vocal group, is honey-,
J?.??1111 'Y4" COver girl Sandy'
Hill Richard Green and bis
former wife, Pat Medina, are act act-ing
ing act-ing like sweethearts who've just
fallen in love. She's in Hollywood ; ;
and he's in London, but the tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone calls between them are nu
merous and affec ionate
Play In Crislobal
The Atlantic' Side appearand nf
Frank H. Walters, a young pianist
oi great promise, will be sponsored
by the Music 'Scholarship Fund
Committee: and ik scheduled, .for
the YMCA-USO jn Cristobal on'
Tuesday evening,, MSrch I7,it 8'
Pott'-r are exWt,e" v"to attend
th S.pnutcanades xs BuestS Of
Council pr- urtg.
George F. Schlatter. 1
A native of Panama Mr Wlhr
is holder of the L.R.S.M., London, ',
ana nasteo studies mil sic under,
eminent music 'professors1 In the -'
unites Mates. He conducts Ms hwn
Music School in New York. Re
cenyy ne, was highly acclaimed byi
music cntics after his performance
pt Carnegie Hall, where a capacity"
audience enioved and applauded
his piano renditions.
This brilliant arUst is fulfilling
engagements in Jamaica',' and will -be.
arriving here within the next
few, days rf orchis Isthmian debut
and for a. brief visit with, relatives.
His program at ."the Cristobal
YMCA-USO will Jesture composi compositions
tions compositions by Mozart, Schumann, Grana-
dos DeBussy, Chopin. Rachmani-
n j i l t ...... j' :
The Music Scholarsiiip Fund
.Committee, which has presented to
musie lovers otner outstanding mu
siciahs in the past, is sponsoring
the education of Desmond Daniels,
a student at Huston-Tillotson Col-
lege,: ; Austin TexasTtf ost of the
funds for his. traiinin'g have been
raised throueh .concerts, and pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds from the, recital by the Pan?
ama-bornv pianist will enable Dan Daniels,
iels, Daniels, tajented Colon tenor, to con continue
tinue continue his musiaat education.
Tickets for the; benefit perform performance
ance performance are bn f sale by members of -the
Com mittee and are also avails
bl at the crown uru? sore ana
at Muebleda Panama in Colon.
i 1 il
PLANE $TS EtdftO
NEW YOR :"JI'U "American
Airlines' said Tb ir'Uiy of it
Boei'if; v)? rt transport had sets
a nc" ''(nfimnreiiil f;w-wl veoord
from S w n'tk to lm Anjeles
NThe plrc t v rytng 10 pas-
sengfcu. and a crew of eight,
madfe lic !.'TV" n.t t I R ht
Wlneb J v night in ; five .! JhouTI
and seven minutes-an hour fast-
er than the previous record, the
Bob Hope Ignores Dodor's Varnirig;
Plans ToStart Filming New.TV Show
HnLLYWOODi March (UPli
Comedian Bob Hope, ignoring a
warning by his doctors to slow
down for the next year, plans to
star: filming one oi nis television
shows today less than 24 hours
after leaving columbia-Fresbytr-
rlan medical center In New
The 54-year old comedian Bad
been under observation at the
medical center for the past two
days because of a blood clot that
reduced vision in his left eye, to
50 percent. -
"Take a years vacation?" tne
AnAitrfAilA Amit-awfia I rtaet i Q 1 4 sin" fttV
v v a ajw i. cariKS. vnaiit eav
swer to a question on his arriv arrival
al arrival here last night. "I have to
make a movie In July, I have
TV shows, j. would, be : Impossi Impossible
ble Impossible for me to take a year ff.
"I'm just going to have to
throttle down my cruising speed."
Hoe, appearing drawn and a
little tired as he left the airliner
ramp at International Airport
where he was. met by Ms. wife,
Dolores, and a group ot press -gents,
reporters and photograpn-
ers, deicareox, u
,.. nn idea of retirement.
either temporary or othersle."
The gum-cnewing comeaian, an
enthusiastic and seemingly Inde-
fatlgable traveler ft developed 'he
blood dot In his left eye over the
Christmas Holidays while enter enter-taining
taining enter-taining U.SJ troops in Europe.
He flew to New York Mondef.
to consult Dr; Algernon B. Reese,
nationally known ophthalmologist, -af
r suffering a relanee last
weelrt, while ;under?oing treatment
'here. ''!';'' :
Reese, following, examination of
ttnni'i atlmmt. aatd that en O-
wj ; :
Deration was unnecessary snd
that ti comedijn would ,, regain -full
vision with continued use of
anti-coagulant drugs.- ( -He
said he would re urn to
New Yprk next week after com
pleting work on his TV film
doctors felt further examinations,
were necessary. (
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 195
Church cl Christy
s RALflOA, 0851. Balbo Boa ;
"sJrVlca Bunda UI4W J 110 a.
CJuS'iUUAC American ttmaq rtaii,.
service buiKiay am UM Ui
Uu eusAJl'; Houe Me WH IM
Mi; ..: 5'
Th. unitarian 'bocitty fl
, 10:30 a.m.
' T ; Blag 362 (
Ancon Blvd. and Mamer Fiaee.
' Your Invitation to
Liberal Religion; j
COCOU BAfilbf CHUCH
sal uj uu
' 1! Drawer 3b smiou. Af.
I fUOU0 i l4l
, Edmund ft. fcuuiworia futof
VUaaaamaT . .. ...
jMtttuuit nwwi. --
Kvenui Wontfilp ;
Vniyi Wicuiuik & Bible
uiuy Kaon, w(Umui.
C krotfOu-lV oo)f
ucn won 10
Tw p m
1M p m.
1 JO pan
t.,t. rum MAirrun cuukcu ;
, Balboa Halshta, C Z.
" 627 Ancoo Boulevard
-'. Orawei 'B" Halboa rHelabtf
. j . Pbone Balboa 1717
v,, WUUaaa & Becby. PaU
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Mornlni Worahlp 10: a m
BapUM Training Union ..... 8:30 p.m.
Xvancelistia Servlc ;... ... 1-3Q m
frayer Meeting, Wadnesday. T:00 pro
W M.S Bible Btudy) Thura-
Moadnv in oaonthi ... ... 140 pa
i UW1 BAPTIST CHUKCH
Marcarita' Avenue at Stb Street
I Margarita. Canal Zone
Is, Rav. Wandall t farkai. Paatoi
Euuoa Scnuol .........
iornintr Wjorablp ......
baptist training Union.
Evenina Worship .
BrotherwMid. Tuesdejw :
11 KM ajn
7:4a p m
Prayer ,Servlcii Wednwdaya
w M.u. let sra rridaya
BMft 9.x,, ;') Sunbeame,
Major b Mra. W. Bishop
la February. Street. Phone: 23-30054
. 11:00 Holmes Meeting
rM Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy It Mra., C. U 'Moseley
11:00 Holineea Meeting
Sr. Captain Mr. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38-743
11:00 Holineaa Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
fr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holines Meeting
3:00 Sunday Sohool
7:39 Salvation Meeting ,. ,,
rainbow crrv. cz.
Envoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
T:30 Salvation Meeting
The Rev. Otcar 17. Olsen, Fastor
Balboa Read at San Pablo Street
I Pjr'a phone 2-1484
, , Church office 1-3236
' 1:30 a.m. Church School Free but
aerviee. Classes for. all ages.
' 10:30 a ju Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour tor Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery.
:00 p.m. Poat High Fellowship.
:30 p.m. :00 p.m. Junior High
.1:00 pjn. Senior High feUowihlp.
MargarlU Ave. and BoUvar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore C franklin Pastor
I.Hawaa:, Office, 1-2842. Ree. 3-14M
Ktinilav tmrlMif 'f
. ; T:45 ajn. Church School. Bus service.
i uassea: nursery uirougn adult.
I 11:00 a.m. Mornln Womhlo.
; urier for Infanta and email chlV
oxen. st (
IDS pjh. Junior Fellowship.
:1B o.m Youth Fellowshln.
A complete schedule of auxiliary &
uvmes ana oiijoisi meeiinga ;- en.
uounced from week to ween. V
i Rev, Walker M. Alderron, Paitot
i'Olfj 670 Ras- 8-130
40 a.m Sunday School.
! 10-4(1 s m. Momlni Worship.
1 Offletal meetings end weea-day etl-
viumi es announced
Christian Science Charrhs
- firet Chvrch at Christ, Scientist, Aaeoa
' S60 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday Services 11:00 a m. Sunday
- School 1:30 am.
b. Wednesday g:00 m
.Reading Room 808 Balboa Road Open
: dsily except Sunday and holidays from
40 to 11:30 am. end 140 to 1:00 p.m.
faturdayi 40 to'llilO am.
? Evening Hours 8:00 to 8 KM p.m. axeept
, If ednesdajr and Saturday.
' t FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
n u C'WT'W. Cristobal
All church services win.ka haM In
fh Ground rioor Room of the Maapnie
Temple In Crlstdbal (next door toUhe
snargsnu srorisu. sntraric la 0) Bal
fcoa Avenue through the Arcade,
;, -Sunday Service 11 KM a.m. ; J
w?insa'B! iynlni TesUmonia! Meet-
Ini 8:00 o clock, r
: Ijndav School' la held .4 ,ft .'m
, Reading Room Hours Monday 8:00
j w w p.m. .neonesaaf e:uo to ill
,- You are eordlallv Invito .,ta
the service and to Vac the Reading
Churches at ht tfh In tlit Canal Zeae, and the rrmlnl cttle j j-?
? j-? Mrt desk w trutmi e? Wednesd 'OH at in lret ;et pay china
' rot the mine, Saturday' church hh ... vj,
.., Ministers, church secretaries hplin 8r Mk to tatorra the
at Pnm and Cele Republic at fount. etnd a wlcm t U
timet re ma d warn at the rmd service, and ta giviU Mien---hart,
friend and arrangers. '( .:.- i. t
, As a ubh eerviccv Tha ama Aatarkan list below, a aknsf-
Milam, notice c4 haurt al warabia aacathai raiulai aatlrlaii.'Xi:--a
Lbjtmtt rotataa flow tm a tima Daaaminatioat baWnfl only
M Kra canareaatiant are litta uadai Oth Chkrchat A Service
A apecial IwtiMfl m fcaclaM Hrvicat Arm pettt. Ait 'area barn (
an Hayal atatii. ; ; ; f'sH.
at MAKYH CHUKCH-Belbaa
8unday Maaaaav I0. IM I0H0 end
ti:ou a.ut V
eUiiy Day Maaaeai 14. U uii BJB
md 6.00 pun ...
rAiifMiiM aAliirrfaW' H-lfl t
and 7:00 to I.U0 pm Thursday before
First Frtday. 7:00 to 00 .o
Miraculous .Medal Mavena! t0 P4n
Catechism class'1 after the 0 eaess
m Sunday 1 .".. -'
High School Stud? Clup P-nv ot
ACBKD HkiiRT Anceu
Sunday Masses. S:U. 730 A 140 am
Holy Day aiawiaa' 14 em enj :00
Conlessions. Saturday 40 to k:0Q ana
f.li t k:00 pm Thuraday before Find
Friday l pm
Sacred Heart Devotional, taw oa on
Fridays ,u -. ,
Catechism Clasai 1:11 to 4:43 pja. on
OUR LAt O rATIMA-Curunda
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a m
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Confessions: 8:00 to 6:4 Dm on Sat Sat-orday:
orday: Sat-orday: Catechism Class: Saturday 840 to IV
. .dunday. Masses at r.yt end 8:1 a m
Holy Day Mass at 6.00 pm
Weekday Masses: WO am
Confewlons SslurdsiT S Sfl lo 440 and
:80 to 7:30'
Catechlcm Claw Sunday 1:00 to 4Xi
Mnacuious Medai Novna: tiOH p.m
Convert instructions: Thursday 1:00
ST. VINCKNrS-Panama City
Sunday Masses. 6:00 and 8 30 a.m
- Mnlv has UbKM SL l mnA R nm
(It ll falls, on Saturday the Masses are
s:uu and aao a.m i.
Confessions i Saturday 8:00 to 6:00 and
1.00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before First
r-riaay i:so pm
Miraculous' Medal N ovens end Sta
lions of the Cross: Fridav 7:10 n.m..
Catechism Class: After 840 mass on
Itiursdav ' .'
Convert Class. 840 p ro.1 Tuesday and
' ST. THKKKSA'p-Coeoll
Sunday Mass 8 :30 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 8.00 am lit it talU
in saiuraay s:so a m. I
Catechism Class 3:30 to 3:00 om on
Confessions: 8:00 to 840 a.m Sunday
s)T JOHN BAPTIST UK LA 8ALL8
v- ": Parojue tefevr v.
Sunday, Masses 840 and 840 a.m.
n Week- Ua,vs ..Mas : ,4s Mod, ,. Thura
r rl and Sat. First Friday mass: ft 00 m
Holy Day Masses'- 8:00 em to 8:00
-Confesslonsi 840 to 440 and 1:00 to
:00 o.m. on Saturday
Miraculous wieaai woven: rnaav iaiu
Catechism Class 8:30 tip on Sunday
'l rHtKtSKak I HM
Convert Class' Monday 740 p.m
Sunday Mass: J Ml a.m.
Holy Day Mas : 1 40 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 640 to 7:30 pm
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pm..
Catechism Class: 3:13 p m on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena; 7K pm on
convert viassi iw pm. on tnursuay
Sunday Massea: :4S, 8:00 and 1:13 e.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:43 and 8:00 am
snd S:4S p.m .: :f '
Canfesslons: Seturday 40 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medei w ovens: Wednesday
8:13 and 7Ks) p.m :
nm aan novcm ; r nus y i ;ie pm.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pm.
Convert Class: 7:18 bm on Monday
and Thursdays :
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:13 Vm. to
11:43 a.m. 3:00 p.m to, 4:00 p.m.
First Frlday-KxDosltlon of Most Bless.
ed Sacrament all day Reposition st 340
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
ot Patima-The Holy Rosary G:00 a.m.
First Communion instructions tor chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursday 6:00 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 1040 a.m
Holy Day Masses' 6:00 a -on ..m. and
3:13 pm j
confession: Saturday 4. -00 to 8:00 and
7:08 to 3 -00 p:mi After Rosary each eve
ning. o.v-f ..,
Miraculous Medal Novenai 8:13 and
1X0 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Clsss- Afres' :O0 Msaa nr
First Friday Exoosltlon all da ilin-ln
the School Year.
First Saturday ; Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
ounuay masses: i :j, :au, n.-3i a lu
First Saturday Mass;
8 M am.
weekday i, Masse :......., ; 1
Saturday .. 7.-00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Nnvena
Hdly Day Masses' 7:30 a.m..
Confession .. 3145 p.m. to
Parish Family Rosary and
; i,.JVdnsdy. (AW
-ulscussioh-. Inquiry! Group
very Friday. 1
1st frtday Devotions ...
1st Saturday .Devotions .,
i o p.m.
SI. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Massae.i: 640 a m and a-hfl
Holy Day Masaeai 8.-80 am. and trim
Saersa, bmmm --
Confessional a an euT
day. ',.; .yT,l,T
mm J m rm Monday
OUB LADY OP OOOD COUNSKL
' -'' i Oembea '
Sunday Masaaa: 1 on mm
Holy bay Masses: aw a.m. .ni a -a
u vrwHiia uwvuuuna,
Baptism ny appointment
Miraculous Medal Navanai 'fM
on Tuesday. -. -i-.
arec). rteert If oven t fHW pm an
Bunoay acnooii 9:30 pm. on Sunday.
' Ralialnlia tnatnirllnn r-l fL.i
. : t y- iw wbii.
arwni ;w p.m on inursdsy.
Rellglou Instruction (or adult (Con.
ducted la Spanish H 7. -00 pm m Men.
Convert Instruction By appointment'
The Kt Rev B Bebai Ueedea, .t D
rh Vary Bev Mainen J Petenoa,
THA CATHEDRAL Of- ST LUKS
740 am Holy Communion. -'
8:14 am Church School (Holy Cum
miinkin Irlt Riinrtai I
9:30 am Santa Communion- 3rd Sun
day or .... ;
Etxurta Duminira . :U i Ui
11-00 am Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday Sunday-.
. Sunday-. .7:00 pm Evenln Service.
r. ,, VKUMltiDAya
4 40 Hi Holy Cimimunlon.. -7
HsJ pra-Fvenin Prayer.
- riULl DAYb
4.-00 am holy Communion. -4ii
am -Holy Cummunion.
... DAILY '!
.ii -a Viornlna Prayet
17KHI M dav Missionary Prayers,
Church oi el Andrew
The Bev Wllllsir W Baldwin,
Priest Id Chans
Holy Communlop 740 sjd
Family Prayei and
Church School 840 am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer & Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday eacb month.
Holy Communion 0:00 am
V :. COKOZaL
' Chapei ot The liuod Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
. Prleat In Charge
0:00 a.m Morning Prayer.
(H.C first Fridav eacb Month.
SL Sunon't Chuu-h
The Rev John Spear Priest tn Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon '7:0b am
Church school 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 3:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 pm.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS, v
Morning Prayer end Holy
Communion .i,. 8:00 am
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and s
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
7:00 a m
Office of Cbmpllne ........
8:30 a m
SL Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest tn Charge
morning rrayei ana bnurcn
School ,..:...,,,... 0:00 em
mon ., want a.m
Confrrthatlon 1ass ijv; .'Vi- 9:30 e m
Cborai Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism .,. 12:00 noon
evensong and Address .... -.1:30 Dm
3rd MONDAYS ''..
Woman s Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 840 am
Chapel of the Holy Comtorter
Ven L- B ShlrleyrPrlear Charge
ThUKSDAYS- .-IT' WW
4T m. Jtoiy .CtamM,-
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
PAH A ISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
.oo .!. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
9:30 am. Infant Baptism.
3.UU 1,1, Church School
5:00 pm Youth Fellowship
7 I in. Evedson and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 40 om Wornan s Auxiliary and Al Alia:
ia: Alia: Guild Meeting.
81 Paul's Church i
The Vcn Lemuel B dntriev, Rector
The Rev. Carlton O. Morale. AssL
SbNLA YL ,1
6:00 am. Holy Comm. iM on
9 00 a.m Sung Eucharist A Sermon -10:45
s at- Morning Prayer and Church
School : ... . t
12:00 next Holy Baptism
cu j.iu solemn vesper
Iheio It Bulldlnt 131 1 '' "'
fUltSDAVH I y
8:30 a m Holy communion
140 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
:00 to Holy Communion.
i :w o.n. svenins naver
1'hURh.iAYs AND FRIDAYS
840 t m Holy Commuruoo
.6-00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Oppoalte Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
8:00 a.m. Hoi) Communion -:
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
o:au a.m. morning trayer.
8:00 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
iu:au a.m. unurcn school ..
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer :'i -,
t:00 am. Holy Communion "'
1:00 pm. Evening Prayer '-
3:40 a.m. Morning Prayer -6:00
a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer A Addrea
8:40 .m. Morning Prayer
6:00 pm, Evening Prayer
9:00 am. Children' Eucharist
8:10 a.m. Morning Prayer
640 a.m. Holy Communion'
8:00 pm. Evening .Prayer v
7:30 pm. Office ot Complin.
. RIO ABAJO '
t Christopher Cbarch -1 ,, ,,-10th
10th ,,-10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W. Hay.
Priest la Charg .
. The Rev. Claranee A. CragwaD,
6:00 am. Holy communion. 1
7:30 a.m Bung Eucharist and tXrmen.
1040 am. Morning Prayer and Church
lt0 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 pm Evensong and Sermon.
740 em lit and 3rd, woman' Auxi Auxiliary,
liary, Auxiliary, '.. ;
TUESDAYS .'.' ;:--
840 pm 4 uniar Daughter of to
i t n. Vou& Pa
7:80 a.m. Voulh Pallewahlsv v
-8:00 s.m. Holy Cemm union. f'
1 90 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
6 00 pm Girt Friendly Society.-
640 am. Juniot ConflrmaUoa Class
" jr Othei Churches
. CHURCH OP THk MAZAKENE
: its Fraiiaiparu St. Aticuii C.Z.
v Bev. Elmer O Nelaaa. Pastor
Bus a7 Balboe, CX fat 3-2601
8 43 am
10 48 am
Youth service ....
Prayer Service Wed.
Sunday! am Panama Wesley.
,:, !' .1040 am Sunday School.
: 7:1 pm. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
" 10 am Paraiso Sunday School
Y .7:18 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
.'' V METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. 19th 9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John watson BJJ. 7 pm. Mr. A. A
Monday. Oct. 29th 6:30 D.m. PraDa-
ration Clasa. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 1:30
p.mr Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
. Tuesday. Oct. 21st 7 40 pm. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 pm. Choir Practice.
;) CHURCH OF THE N AZABENE
-: A Mount Hope, Canal Zone
(across from Mt Hope RR Station)
v Bev. Ralph Hysong, Pastor
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
- Phone 3-3470
, Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed. 7:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama K P 23ro Street East
' atev a N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 pin
Sunday Masses ... 7, 7:4 11:45
:" Rio Abajo. Rt.
'..Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
JtHUVAH b WITNKSSK':
-Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 o.nv rjid
iundavs si 4.0C pm Win Memorial
106 Rs'twr Road Balboa
' CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.m.
--Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief Society, Tuesday 9 00 am.
MIA Wednesday 7:30 pm.
v Primary: Thursday 4 :00 pm.
Telephone Bslbns 4227
Building 200, Schoolhouae Road. Gatun
Sundav School. Sunday 9:30 am.
Scrsment Meeting: Sunday 11 :00 m.
CIIRIINDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Cfaarch"
.- Milton K Letdlg. Minister
iphone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-3185
'Sunday School 6:30 s.m
i (A class for every (ge)
' Morning Worship ,11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
v' levenlng Wnrshln 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Prafse (Wed ) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
, OtAr CATHOLIC CHL'KCH
"v -. 91 Raphael The Arrhansel
- ISth St West No 1
Holy Eucharist. Sunday ai iM am
Tuesdays,. Wednesdays and Thursday
Sacrament ot UncUon (Healtn Ser
vice i First Sundav cl each month a
Moant HaUbel Cbrtstla" Charcb
' Panama R P
Kt Rev T jam. O D Bishop
Morning devotion 6:00 a.m
Fel lowshl p Worship 11 :00 a m
Sunday School .... :00 p.m
CHRIST ADELPHI AN BIBLE MISSION
f 8104 8th and J. Arosemena, Colon
Memorial Service 10 :00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m. Are you
Bible Lecture iu:uu a.m.
Adult Bible Class 7:30 D.m.
Your -Bible Teaches That Christ Is
Coming and will Reign on Earth
Are you steady I
& First eltreet
Urbanization El Carmen. Panam City
informal Talks and Olacuaslons
t-1 .1 a.nn mm
'. luuinwoj". ..... .
I Colon, 8th A Front Streets
(unstatra American ttataar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 140 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiso, C.2.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a. m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m Sunday School.
7:15 pm. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young PeoplCi Society
Wednesday! 740 Mid-week Christian
Tnursaay: b:isj wiok nenearsai.
Fridays 740 Women's Missionary So
: a -
THK CHURCH OP GOD
15 SL Pardue Lefevre, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvlck Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday" School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night .Service 7:30.
jj crrv. t niTKtvniHiii,) ui w u u l J
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
16th St (Monte Oacuro Rd.)
Rev. William J. JohpconA-Pisto
Sund'sy School V. 9 40 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Servlc .... 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD.
7038 Eighth; St., Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School- 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship- i........ 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service. ,...(740 pra.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
' Mr. M. Hlnea Patter
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service ... 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor, Jamaicr. K Trinidad St.
Rev, William Livingston, Psitor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Servlc .... 7 40 p.m,
Diablo Heights, C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. -Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 39. Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phone: Horn Gambos 217
- Church Balboa 4J7I
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Servlc r...,...,, 11. -00 am
Youth Service .......... 7:00 pm.
Evangelistic Service .....vfap pm.
Wednesday! iBIble Study
and Prayer Service ...... 740 p.m.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CRURCIJ
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert Y Gnsalck, paster
,P.O. Box 666, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Clasa a m,
rllvlna fiawul., lit-ia ...
) Holy Communion, first Sunday at the
Atlantic Bide- --
' Coee Sole Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Illicit, Vleer
Divine Service 11 e.m. I
Holy Communion, laat Sunday of tht
month. ... .? -I-.. ...
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Mwttn Weltar aoara Bid 12-A u
ooc 3eu Balboe, CZ Rbbi Nathai
Servlc Friday. 140 a'-ai Bturoa
(See a i-e uaung ot .ewiah ervice
P''r -t Bases end Sta tons 1
umgitaMiion Kol SbeeritB uraw. Ave
a'1 8t.t BeilTVUru
fmiain City Ser;lces g:M pm ,.
Posis and Bases
Junior Ciiui co-Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship Z-oa
Fellowship Hour m
Morning Worship .,
. uuwi k vuvwsnip at -iii
U.S. NAVAL STAi'ION, RODMAN
aunaay scnool 9.30
Morning Worship u'm
vonun union first Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9 00
ioutn rauowship Sunday .... i-ou
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School .... g:so
Morning Worship V,... 940 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship g-30
Adult Bible Class Monday ... T30
Young People's Instruction
ruesday .. ... g.gn
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL N
Moming Worship .. g:oc
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of, Month)
ualiy Mass .. 415
Sunday Masses 8:30 A 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
uaiiy Mass g:15
Sunday Masses 8:00, 9:15 A 11:45
Confessions 'Saturday 6:00 A 7:30
Catechism Class Wednesday 4:00
U.S. naval STATION, RODMAN
Dally Mass I
Confessions Saturday 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
Sunday Mass (Spanish) 7:00
Novena Services Tuesday ..
Fort Kobb Saturday
Albrook Air Force Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa-Saturday ..
l Sunday Sahool
.Morning Worship ..
Coffee Call .....".....
Sunday Masses 8:30 A
Confessions Saturday 12:00 -6:30
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:UU
Morning Worship 10:3u
Prayer fellowship Bldg. 2S3
iv too Wednesday Post hapal 6:3b
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel '. 7:3V
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ... 6:3b
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:31
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship ll:(H
uoiy communion First Sunday
of Month I
Daily Mass 7KMI
Sunday Mass 9:;
Confessions: Saturday 6:0U
Sunday Masses 8:30 and 9:30
Dally Mass 4:30
. Ssturday Mass 11:30
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and 640
US NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass a.:3o
ounuav wiann -ih
Sunday Mass 4 1130
Greek Orthodox services are cnnrim.i.
ed at the Church of the Anunciatlon,
via Dcuriu rorras. oan rrancisco de
la Calela, Panama City. R.P.. and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenldn
Melendez. Colon. R.P.. on .ilievnata Run.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
days at 9:30. For further Information.
Weekly Service In aU churches
Sabbath School 9:30 am.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm.
Bible Study and Prayer Servlc
Pacific Side Panam
Pastor F.R. Archbold Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde, Ave. J.F. de la Ossa No.
Chorrlllo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 27
Gambos and Frljoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 8-102
Spsnish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncada Tal. 28-a.
Panama. Calls Darlen No. 3.
Pedregal A Nuevo Gterare.
Pastor G. A. Jeffrie Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Knallsh ISth At Bnllvar
Colon 3rd St.
Psstor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Snanish 16th A Bolivar
0844 Gavllan Road. Balboa Tal.
1-1859 A 8-3531.
BETHiL MISSION Y
. ' Pr8iia ;
Tomorrow the Be'.neF Mission
Church and friends in Psraso will
say farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Rus Rus-seii
seii Rus-seii Cleore at the 7:15 gospel serv service.
ice. service. Cleore, a serviceman in the U.S.
Air Force, and his wife have been
ardan: workers among many evan evangelical
gelical evangelical churches during their stay
Cleore will preach his last mes message
sage message at the church tomorrow
of ten which he and his wife wi
be heard in a duet.
A special item of tomorrow
night's service will be the presen presen-ta.ion
ta.ion presen-ta.ion and dedication of a piano
recently acquired for the use of
the church. The pastor, the Rev.
Waldaba H. Stewart, whd will be
in charge of the aerviee will offer
his dedicator) prayer.
This farewel' and dedicatory ser
vice is ano her of the special ac activities
tivities activities scheduled for anniversary
month at the Behtel Mission
Other act'vities -of the week are:
Monday night, Young People's So Society;
ciety; Society; Tuesday and Thursday, con
verts class; Wednesday, mid-week
Christian fellcvship; Friday, ins-
talla'ion of offvers for the Wo
men's Missionary Society.
All week-day ac ivities are sched
u'.ed to begin at 7:30 j.m. except
the converts' classes which beg
Margarita Coco Solo
Tomorrow marks the opening of
Girl Scout weelc. A number of the
Zone churches will give special
recognition to the work and pro program
gram program of the Canal Zone Girl
k the Union Church services
in Coco Solo and Margarita the
GirKScouts will share in the lead leadership
ership leadership of the worship and other
activities. N01 only will the girls
from .he church attend tn a body
and in uniform but will lead the
scrip'ure reading, usher, post the
colors and gi e the Girl Scout pro promise.
mise. promise. Also at the 9:30 Coco Solo ser
vice and the 11 o'clock service at
Mamrita the pastor of the church
ihe Rev. Theodort E. Franklin will
cont'nue his series of Lenten ser services
vices services entitled "The Way of the
Cross". Assisting the minister in
the ministry of hospitality wll be
Mr. and Mrs W. I),, Mid-'lp-mas a
Marearita. and ; Capt. and Mrs. A.
T. Wilder at Coco Solo.
Other services during the week
include a meeting of the Church
Counc'l on Monday night and the
Unper Room Devotional Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Thursday night.
r CALVART BAPTIST
Services at the Calvary Baptist
Church in "N" S reet in San Mi Miguel,
guel, Miguel, will be held as usual tomor
rqw, beginning at 11 a.m, and at
The Rev. Louis A. Sealey, pastor
of the Church, wild be the preach preacher
er preacher at the morning service, and at
the night service, the preacher
will be Chaplain James Whitman
of the Rodman Naval S ation.
Sunday School classes for all
ages Will be held at 9:30 am., and
the Training Union will meet at
6 p.m. The Rev. Sealeys sermon
topic will be: "The Mind of the
Man, Christ Jesus."
Girl Scout Sunday will be ob observed
served observed at the Cathedral during the
11 a.m. service of Morning Pray
er. At tnis service the Brownies
and Girl Scouts of the Cathedral
units will be in attendance in uni
form and a special sermon will be
preached by the very Rev. Main-
ert J. Peterson. Dean of the Ca
thedral, on "The Power of Scout
ing." The Cathedral Choir Guild
will render the anthem "The Great
Day of the Lord is Near" bv John
At 7 o'clock in the evening, the
service of Evening Prayer will be
conducted by the Dean and the
Rev. Carl Phillip Hams will oreach
on "The Emergence of Christiani Christianity,"
ty," Christianity," followed by the Confirmation
lecture "The Breakdown of Church
Although these sermons are nart
of the Confirmation course, they
furnish a fine background for any anyone
one anyone desiring to know about the
history of the Christian Church.
AU are invited.
New Dealer Guffey
(W Wifh FDH')
Dies In Vashinglon
WASHINGTON, March 7-fUPl)
Joseph F, Guffey, Democratic
senator from Pennsylvania from
1934 to 1947, died last night follow following
ing following a heart attack. He was 88.
Guffey. an ardent New Dealer,
was elected on the one-sentence
campaign slogan "I will be 100 per
cent with FDR." He backed a
fourth term for President Roose
velt In 1944.
The ex-senator was taken to
Doctors Hospital yesterday after
noon. He has lived here quietly
since leaving the Senate.
Guffey was born in Westmore
land iCounty, Pa. He never mar married.
ried. married. His only surviving relative is
a sister, Mrs. Emma G. Miller,
with whom he lived in an apart-
men here in recent years.
' Mrs. "Miller said her brother, who
was engaged in the oil and natural
cat business, financed President
Woodrow Wilson's famous nation nationwide
wide nationwide tour In 1919 in support of the
League ot Nations.
Funeral services will be held at
the former senator's home here at
4 p.m. Monday. He will be buried
in the family vault at West New
ton, Pa., Tuesday.
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modern aircraft hasn't resulted in a pretzel-shaped propeller )
: like this, Blades bent when the four-engined commercial air-'
liner crash-landed in Lansing, Mich., field. J
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
In the District Court of the United States
in and for the District of the Canal Zone.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MAYON No. 1
(ex-Pacific Reefer, a Guatemalan ship, registry number 1343066, home port,
San Jose de Guatemala, together with her engines, boilers, tackle, ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, apparel, furniture, and all other necessaries thereunto apper appertaining
taining appertaining and belonging, will be sold at public auction' to the best and
highest bidder, Under order of the United States. District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone, on Monday, the 23rd day of March, 1959, at
final decree dated the 3rd day of March, 1959, in the action entitled In- :
of the Administration Building, Crlst6baU Canal Zone, pursuant to a
10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the U.S. District Court, on the third floor-,
stltuto de Fomento de la Produccion against the M. V. Mayon No. 1 and
the Mayon Corporation, In Admiralty. No. 2275.
TERMS OF SALE: As is, where Is. U.S. currency or certified check,
earnest money amounting to ten (10) per cent of the bid price, payable
to the United States Marshal at the time of the sale, the balance pay payable
able payable In cash or certified check upon confirmation by the Court.
The Mayon No. 1. a refrigerated vessel with three Sharp freezer.
AMER1COS brand, was built In Stockton, Ca'lfornla, in 1943. Register Registered
ed Registered tonnage, 1,051; net, 590. Length, 174.6 ft. Beam. 37.1 ft. Draft. 18 ft.
Two 'Busch-Sultzer dlesel engines of 900 HP each. Wooden hull with
metal plate covering. Single-screw.
Prosoectlve t4dders may inspect the vessel upon application to thsT'
United States Marshal at his office in the U.S. District Court House An Ancon.
con. Ancon. Canal Zone, during office hours, 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to:,
4:80 p,m., Mondsv fhroueh Friday.
DATED AT ANCON, CANAL ZONE JOSEPH I. KINCAID i
March 5. 1959 United States Marshal.
De Castro and Robels, Proctors for Libelant.
5EEb Hi in
8:30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
Jesus Christ, Redeemer and Lord, and the Scriptures of
the Old and New Testaments as the inspired Word of God
are the foundations for our S. S. We invite your family to
share with us these eternal blessings. You will find a class
lor every member of your family and a, nursery for the'
I j VOO kfeVlVAX 1 OUR Nt&T n
A heart searching message for your soul that every be believer
liever believer needs. What does the Bible have to say on this sub subject?
ject? subject? Are Christians today living victorious, Spirit filled
lives? God never waits for conditions to get right but for
men. If you are defeated, discouraged, and dissatisfied with
yourself, then come.
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL u
"PAUL'S FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEY"
Another outstanding film in the series currently being
shown on the life of this great Apostle. Know your Bible
better by seein this film. Who went with Paul? Where did
they go? What happened? Bring your neighbors.,
NURSJERY MISSION MINDED AMPLE PARKING
BIBLE CENTERED EVANGELICAL
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Be Your Guide
You or nviled lo worship
in (Mr 8(Menfrd
Church ... To enjoy Ihe sood"
Mun'e, rhvdy GoeT Word.
THE END OF YOUR SEARCH FOR A
5:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"A LIGHT TO THE WORLD"
Many of the properties of light illustrate the char character
acter character and personality of Christ. As the "Light Of
The World" there is a good reason for such a title
oeing given to Christ. Are you living in His Light. ..
or drifting In the world's darkness?
9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
The child's years are too short to waste them try- '.
ing; to find dependable, Christ centered, Bible hon-
orlng 'Sunday School training. Enroll your child In
our school today, and then see the Bible progress's
within the first two months. Better still, parents en-2
roll with your children,.
6 :io BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .!
A trained Christian is a happy, contented, and use-
ful Christian. Get Into business for God.
7:30 "WHEN. ISRAEL RECEIVES :
; HER MESSIAH" 5
Continuing in Revelation, chapter 7 tells of a time t
when the Jewish-people win believe in Christ as:
Messiah. A great blessing will come to the world I,
when they do.
BELIEVER'S BAPTIST :
MISSIONARY MINDED EVANGELISTIC l
NURSERIES PROVIDED EVERYONE WELCOME
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To Attend These Services
Here You Will Find Spiriruol Re Refreshment,
freshment, Refreshment, Inspiration for Doily
Living, the Warmth of Christian
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Ellon r Vickerr. Asst Paster
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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 7 (UPI) r- The major
league exhibition baseball season opens today with
World Series hero Bob Turley on the firing line for
the world champion New York Yankees but With
such super stars as Stan Musial and Ted Williams
'sitting it out
Turley, who stopped the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves in tide final game
of the World Series last OctoDer,
starts against the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals at St. Petersburg, Fla.,
with Bobby Shamz and Duke
Maas also slated for three innings
each. Manager Casey Stengel has
indicated there will be some sur surprises
prises surprises in the world champions
lineup but hasn't revealed just
what they will be.
Turley, a 21-game winner and
the American League's most val valuable!
uable! valuable! player, is the key man of
the Yankees' early exhiDiiions. a
he shows any signs of being un unable
able unable to repeat his 1958 penorui penorui-ance,
ance, penorui-ance, the Yankees undoubtedly
will renew their efforts to trade
for an established pitcher. If he
looks- all right, they may deciue
to stand paiat least until the sea season
son season is underway.
Musial announced last night
(hat he has received permission
from Cardinal manager Solly
Hemus to sit out the Grapefruit
"Solly is letting me set my own
oace." said the 38-year old, seven-
time National League batting
champion.- "I've rarely missed an
exhibition game over the .years,
but now I've got to take more
time to get ready to minimize
chanoes of pulling a leg muscle."
Williams, 40-ytr dfndlnB
American Loaguk batting cham
pion, also will b on th side sidelines
lines sidelines while the Boston Red Sox
mark a big moment in their
club history: the introduction of
the first Negro ever to wear the
uniform. He is Pumpsie Green,
up from Minneapolis in the Am American
erican American Association, who will
start; at shortstop against the
Chicago Cubs in Mesa, Aril.
In the other six opener:
The Cincinnati Reds are start starting
ing starting Jim O'Toole, rookie pitcher
with a 20-8 record, against the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox at Tampa, Fla.
Don Drysdale, eager to atone
for his 1958 flop, will be on the
mound when the I Angeles
Dodcera Dlav !te .Philadelphia
Phillies at Sfflasotal Fla:The
Phillies will have twd newcomers
in their lineuo Gene Freese at
third and George Anderson at se
The National League cham
Dion Milwaukee Braves are send
ine Caribbean pitching hero Juan
Pizarro against the Pittsburgh
Pirate6, who are countering with
Benny Daniels, at Fort Myers,
Fla. The Braves, are particularly
interested in seeing how much
the Pirates were strengthened by
their acquistion of Don Hoak,
Harvey Haddix and Smoky Burg Burgess
ess Burgess from Cincinnati.
The Kansas City Athletics,
minus late-reporting slugger
Bob Cerv, face the Baltimore
Orioles, at West Palm Beach,
, Fla. The Orioles learned yester yesterday
day yesterday that infielder Bobby Avila
is seriously thinking of quitting
The San Francisco Giants,
renewing one of the oldest spring
rivalries in the majors at Tucson
AH? aro sending an all-right-
hanripri hittine lineuo against the
Cleveland Indians', Herb Score
Both sides will be watching close
ly to see if Score, troumed ny in
juries the last wo yei&,
inrow wiui nis oio-ume fcu ""
Other camp news: Manager
Harry Craft said ex-Dodger star
Russ Meyer will sooii be added to
Kansas City's pitching stadd. .
Outfilder Don Miles, who hit .3L'5
at Beaumont of the Texas League
is due to join the Dodgers from
a six-month army tour a duty. .
The Braves are behind their
schedule but added: "We're, no
worse off than we were last year.
The let tjmpured a firmer grip
on first place tar virtue of their
7 to 3 win oyer flu k. a. ;
Rusty Field, the Jets regular
catcher took a ling a pitching line
first three innings andgaye up
three rvns on five hits. Will Will
took over in the top of the Minn
and pitchedvfto Out, no run nan me
rest of tMyi, t -4 ...
in tne,.meanwniie,"e i w w-advamtage
advamtage w-advamtage of five watks;"a hit and
an error to pick up five run in the
bottom of the fourth' and go ahead
of the M. R. A. team by four runs
and win the game.
The Jet had only two hits, but,
with eleven walks, they didn't
Uv ijhpt many more.
M.R.A. r Ab R H
Rankin, 3b ' 3 0 0
Crouch, 2b 4 0 0
Thompkins cf, p 12 0
Rodriguez p 2 0 2
Kandrin cf t 0 0
Hakanson p (5th) 0 0 0
Wilder, E. c 3 0 1
Cooper If 10 0
Christoph 1 1 1
Wynne rf 1,00
Coffin rf z u o
Motta 0: 0 6
Wilder, J. ss 2.01
Totals 23 1 5
The Cristobal Police held onto
their two point lead this week with
their three point win over under understaffed
staffed understaffed Wright Bros. With only a
minimum number the Plumber
couldn't match the four bowlers
that the Cops put on the floor
S eWart and Fortner led the Cops
with a 522 and 521 respectively.
Butz was high for the Plumbers
with a 450.
Powells regained second place
by taking three from the Aces.
The Plymouth men bowled the
best game so far this season with a
939 scratch. Gorski's 565 led the
down'rodden Aces while Hogan
led the Powells with a558.
The Naval station also hold se second
cond second place with Powells moving
up trouble taking four c points.
If this is any example of what will
appen in the tournament next.
week, well, fellows it was nice
Gillde once again moved out ot
the cellar with their point win
over -the Shriners. H. Tom led the
Shavers with a .4.78 series while
the Fez men could muster was a
453 by C. Judge,
To all the bowlers from the
Atlantic side who entered, good
luck in the Assn. Tournament
Teams 1 W L
Cristobal Police 22 14
Powells 29 16
Naval Station 29 16
Shrimers 19 17
Wright Bros. 17 18
Gillete 17 19
Aces 16 20
Voice of Music 14 1 22
High for the Week
Class A Gorski 565
Class B Gibson 478
Class B H. Tom 478
Class C Strong 463
Jones 174 155 116 445
Butz 170 163 137 470
(Blind) 135 135 125 405
Jannsen 153 142 164 4?9
(Blind) 144 144 144 432
BENEFIT TICKET SALE Lieutenant Colonel James A. Moore rort Amador, post commander,
buys his ticket for the annual Armed Forces Base ball Championship Series, Panama Area, from Sfc.
Norman J Cobb special services NCO at Ama dor. The series, scheduled for March 15, 16 and
17 in Balboa Stadium is sponsored by the Pana ma Canal Department, American Legion, for the
benefit of Crossroads Boys' State. (U.S. Army Photo)
If any one was to ask how
Westineltouse has had such fantas
tic .success, in winnine 12 ball
games while losing only one the
answer lies in that toed old phrase,
"Let's look at the record." And
based on the -latest statistics re re-leased
leased re-leased by the ; American Legion
Junior Baseball League Westing Westing-house,
house, Westing-house, players dominate in all ca
Fleet footed Sims Allen who oa-
trols center field for Westinghouse
is leading the pack in the race for
tne American Leelon Junior Base
ball batting title with a percentage
of 400. Allen also leads in the RJ3I
department with a total of 14 His
closest rival i team1 mate Allen
icott who has driven in 11 runs
Of the top. ten batters six are on
tne westinghouse team; Panama
insurance had two while Orange
Kist and Spur Cola had one player
each on the hit parade
in pitching Chico Martin and Ray
Amato, both of Westinghouse are
K J f j i
having a close tace Jor -'pitchihtf-;
honors, Martin has a record of $-(Mr
while Amato is one behind with w
6-1 standing. Tom Bright oj Pana
ma insurance is in third place witljC
a record of 4-4 Bright has 63 strike
outs to his credit which i -only- TZ
Denina Martin wno leads in this-
field with 66. 2
Westinghouse who1 have already-
won the first half of "thr'LegionC;
baseball season with 9 wins and no no-defeats
defeats no-defeats is one game ahead of PantH
ama Insurance. With 5 games stilt stilt-to
to stilt-to go Westinghouse hs a 3-1 rec5
ord -as compared to Panama In"
surances' 2 wins and 2 losses. v IS
The one defeat Westinghouse stifsj;
fered was at the hands of, 'Panama
Insurance Both teams will meptf4
today in a game scheduled 'to get
underway at Fort Clayton at 1:00.2
-Following is the team standings
batting averages and pitching rec'
ords. r p-.
Wilder, D., 2b
Wecott c 3b
x STUPENDOUS WEEK-END
KOAN EXQUlSlTElNEW JAPANESE STAR.
MIKO TAKA in
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Armed Forces Baseball Series
At Balboa From March 15-17
Top-notch baseball plus plen plenty
ty plenty of music and color are in store
for local sports enthusiasts Maror
15, 16 and 17, when ,the Armed
Forces Baseball Cham":pnship
Series will be played in Balboa
S'adiun. This annual event is
sponsored by the Panama Canal
Department of the American Le Legion,
gion, Legion, for the benefit of Crossroads
The twd-out-of-three-games se
ries will find the Fort Kobbe Re
gulars. 1959 Panama Armed For
ces Baseball League champions,
,723 JlM'koJtfos'ng an All-Star Steam of
layers, from 0 her league conten
ders, representing Fort Amador,
Army Atlantic, Fort Clayton and
Albrook Air Force Base.
This year the American Legion
will present awards for the most
"outstanding sale of tickets. The
military installation which racks
up the best record is to receive a
cup and. the serviceman who sells
the greatest number 'Will be given
a wrist watch.
.Tickets,, priced at $1 -per person
for the series, are on sale. at all
special services offices, exchanges
and enlisted men's and officers'
clubs at Army, Navy, Air Force
and Marine istatlations on the
Isthmus. They also may v be had
at the American Legion Club or
from any Legionnaire.
Opining ceremonies are scheduled-
for .7 p4m. on Sunday.
March 15,-Vith Canal Zone Gov Governor
ernor Governor W. E. Potter slated-to toss
out the first bail and he- 776th
Air Force Band on hand to pro provide
vide provide music. The second contest,
at which the 79th Army- Band
will play, also is to be-i1. a, nigh;
game at 7 o'clock. If a third game
is necessary it is to take place at
To select the All-Star squad,
Dost commanders are polling
their, areas and will' come up with
Dlavers 6n their home teams
Individuals selected, from the PAF
championship nine will be recog
nizel officially but X series
purposes will continue fo partici
pate as members of the fKob
The All-Stars came out on top
in the 1958 series staged on
behalf of the Boys' State pro program."
gram." program." They took the initial game
agains the Kobbe Regulars 4-3.
Then the champions came back
to take, a 9-2! decision and even
the play. In the final clash, the
All-Stars proved their right to
'that name as they downed the
Kobbe men 7-3. ,"
743 818 847 2428
2nd Half Team Standings
Panama Insurance 2
Spur Cola 1,
Orange Kist . 1
. Bright, J. ..-PI- 4
Martin W 6
Hakanson sc. 2
Amato v. ,v.v ; W 6
McGowln OK. 4
Amato ,,.,...,, w
Bright, F P.I.
Morris ....... r W
Weir s c.
Pearson t..... P.I.
Batting ifecords -.figured for
times at bat.
, 5 5-4
4 5-4 2
all games, played SO vor smore
Schilling Trips Sillier, In
Net Tourney Opening Round
THE BEST ROMANTIC PICTURE IN YEARS!
MIDNIGHT SHVff! ;
RAY MIIXAND In
DIAL: Ms FOK MURpER
Strong 168 135 160 463
Stinson 140 128 128 363
Thomas 164, 161 155 460
Lewis 136 148 144 428
O'Neal 156 152 119 427
48 48 48 144
812 739 754 2305
Voice of Musie
DeVoll 144 HO 138 392
Brooks 110 158 142 410
Johnson 153 113 187 463
Graham 135 138 136 409
St. John 140 157 142 439
Totals 482 474 74$ 2103
Specht 119 158 153 430
(Blind) 132 132 132 396
Badders 138 112 125 375
Carpenter 122 152 151 425
Judge 131 154 168 453
Totals 642 708 729 2079
643 709 730 2032
" Second-seeded Army Sgt. Ray
Schilling yesterday trimmed Air
Force Col. Roland Sliker in the
opening round of the Panama Ann
ed Forces Tennis Championships
at the Rodman Naval Station
Playing brilliantly in ; his f'rst
appearance in the tourney, the Ft.
Kobbe soldier easily whipped his
Albrook Air Force Base rival In
straigh": sels, 6-1, 6-0.
Colonel Sliker, a 6-0, 6-2 victor
over Army Pfc. Jim Ward of Clay Clayton
ton Clayton in an early morning match,
was no match in the afternoon for
the net-rushing, drop-shootirig
Last year's runner-up smg!es
champion, Schilling, showed
Will 1 s-p 2 0
Anderson II 10
Reif 0 0
Pappas 1 0
Hutchinson 3b-cf 2 0
Alberga cf-ss 2 1
Totals n 1 J
Buick suddenly came back to
life behind the no hit pitching of
Keith Kenway, knocking off Lhe
Mottas 6 to 1. While Keith was put putting
ting putting the Mottas into a hitdess mood,
the, Buick hitters came out of
their slump picking up seven hits.
Jay Biajkewsttfhad a perfect
day at the piste with four hits in
four trys, Including a double and
a tnpie. UHiie Davis spoiled
Keith's bid for a shutout, scoring
on an error m the 7th.
If the Jets can continue their
winning ways in the second half,
it is hoped that the play-offs can
be held at Mt. Hope stadium, with
game time, immediately after 4
1 The box scre: f f
Buick AB R
Cronan rf 3 1
Bath lb 0
Leon ss 4 1
Bialkowski c 4 2
Kenway p 3 0
Carpenter 3b 4 0
Ebdon cf 4 1
Sanders, P. 2b 3 0
Sanders, K. If 3 1
Totals W 4
Brayton 3b (4th) 2
Dockery, B. lf-cf 1
Lum ss I 1
Rodriguez c lb 3 0
Davis p-3b 11
Roscoe rf .' i 0
Hauser c (3rd) 1 0
Dockkery, B. lf-cf 1 0
McGoff lb (5th) .10
McElhone 2b 2 0
0 Conejos 100
In one ot tne mosi innmng inu inu-ments
ments inu-ments of yesterday's game, relief reliefer
er reliefer Frank Reichart struck out
Johnny Joyner with the "bases
loaded after Johnny had the count
in his favor, and put a quick end
to a three-run rally that permit permitted
ted permitted the Conejos to even the score
at four runs in the last half of the
Then in the seventn, Macaws
rallied for six runs to win 10 to 6.
A double by Kenny Smith opened
the outburst. It continued when
Gene Beck was walked, Reichart
got a single, John Finlason was hit
by a pitch, Louis Engclke got a
base on bails and Robert Fortune
hit a ground-slammer.
Besides Fortune's homer, there
were two more in the game. Fred
Chase kept up his hot pace when
he cleared the fence in tne inira
with a mate aboard. For Freddy
it was his fifth homer of the sea
son and the fifth in his last four
games. But his stay in the game
I was cut short when severe pain in
his back forced his departure
from the game. He had to be taken
to the hospital
Promising catcher George Hovan
was the author of the other round round-tripper.
tripper. round-tripper. In fact, George was the
best hitter in the game. He got
two doubles against "Bob Feller'
Fortune, starter for the' Macaws,
and a homer off fireman Reichrt.
Fortune appeared for the first
time in three weeks and struck out
12 Coneios, but was taken omV in
the sixth when he lost control que
to the blows smashed by Hovan
Reichart replaced him and pained
his third victory in four decisions.
However. Fortune helned his team
with five runsbattprf Ufc He also;
maninulated a nerfect "squeeze
plav in the sixth.
Jim Dykes hurled nicely, for the
Conejos, but was under (heavy
bombardment in the seventh.
Diminutive Jim Hovan shared
defensive honors with'Bohby Bran Brandon.
don. Brandon. Both made spectacular catch catches.
es. catches. V- ;
S. Fortune. Reichart (6) (3-D
and R. Smith; Jimmy Dykes (L)
and George Hovan. Homerunsr
Fred Chase. Fortune (bases loin
ed), GeorRe Hovan. Leading'hlt-
ters: Reichart 3-1. Finleson 3-1;
Chase 3-1, Wilson 4-2. Fortunate
3-1, Kenny Smith 4-1 (Macaws);
Brandon 2-1. G. Hovan 4-3 (CI
Double: G. Hovan 2, K. Smith.
RBI: Fortune 5. Chase 2. Finle
son, G. Hovan 2, Dykes Linfors,
Ycaza Rides Lonqshot Die Hard
; Santa Anita Derby
every indication of reaching the
finals again this year as he
caught Sliker flat-footed time
after time with ujacemehtf mat
nipped the corners with uncanny
Sliker. who was visibly tited
from his morning competition,
forced several loifg rallies but his
inability to come forward usually
CoSs him the point. .'
In other matches. Navy Cmdr.
James Hiegel of Rodman trounc trounced
ed trounced Army Specialist 3rd Class
King of Army Atlantic 6-3, 6-1 and
Army Capt, Robert Gilliam of Ft.
Kobbe defeated Army Pfc. Joe
Benasto of Ft. Clayton' 6-1. 6-4.
Commi.m5er Hieccl. fourth-seed
ed : amonE Navv entrants, had loo
much class for Soecialist Kins.
fourth-seeded among ,;'Army At
. Captain Gilliam topped Pri Private
vate Private 1st Class Benasio on dogged
persistence as much as tennis
skill, covering the court like a
In singles matches todav. Air
Force Col. Nicholas Powell, re-
garded as the potential champion
on nis. recent play, was scheduled
to ga against Army Captain John
win 01 i t. Kobbe th is morn ne.
Navy Lt. Cmdr. George Bell of
Rodman was also matched
against Army Atlantic's Madden
in a morning nariintr (
This af.ernoon Navr Lt. (jg)
Ray Nesbitt, current singles
champ and seeded first in the
tournament, was scheduled to
meet Army Captain Gilliam.
. Air Force Sgt. Kahno if Alhr'nnV
and Army Major Michael Chester
of Army Atlantic werevthe only
olher aiternoon airintr."
SEAMEN SEEK ASYLUM
, COPENHAGEN, Denmark
(UpwFouf Polish seamen, ove
powered four fellow crewmen
aboard their Pblish government
trawler yesterday 'and. then asked
ior poH'icai ,asyium ai w tsorn tsorn-holm
holm tsorn-holm Island port of Nexoe. The
four who were overpowered were
found, locked in the trawler s hold.
They were- freed and allowed to
leave, port' with the craft.
ARCADIA, Calif., March 7
(UPI) Panamanian jockey Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Ycaza will try for, an upset
tbday aboard long-shot Die Hard,
in a field of 10 more colts and a
filly from whose ranks nay come
contenders for racing's triple
crowns, in the $100,000 Santa 'Ani 'Anita
ta 'Anita Derby, one: of the Winer's big
tests for three-year 1
Die Hard, son of English der derby
by derby winner Never-say-die, is a
entry of Jacnot Stables, and has
won two of six starts this year.
The filly is CV. Whitney's Silver
Sooon an undefeated daugnter
of Ci atidn.who was given an ex
cellent chance of winning despite
a strong field in the 22nd running
of the mile and an eigntn classic.
Like her stablema'e Bug Brush-
Silver Spoon ran out of competi
tion in her own ranks after win
ning three straights s akes here,
Whitnev. a non-believer in the su
nerstition that fillies don't beat
colts at this of the year, decided to
send her into the Derby.
He also nomina'ed her for the
Kentucky Derby, a race his fa
ther's Regret won as the on
ly filly to capture that traditional
But Silver Spoon will receive
strong competition from the Nell
S. Mc Oar hy entry of Ole Fols
and Finnegan as well as from the
constantly improving Royal Orbit
and the stretch-running Linmold.
. As a filly. Silver Spoon gets a
five pound sex allowance and
carries 113 pounds to 118 for her
rivals although on a time basis
she has run foster than any of;
Silver Spoon will,. run, coupled
wi h Jungle Dancer whet was ex
pected to fight it out on the pace
with Ole Fols. The race Had an
other two-horse, entry of Fightin
Indian and Prince Lewker. The
rest ...of ..the -field was made up of
Friar Roach, Die Hard,;. Mri -.
Deep Well and.TuIeg.
'All but Mr. Deen well are ho ho-minees
minees ho-minees for the Ken.ucky Derty
and today's, race was expected Vo
give a good indication nf .A'
horses campaigning in the WestiT
wuy jrdie consiaerauon lor-vtoe?"
uiiiw 1 t titr, airam n. Hw. rv
..v v. xlillUVrtUii.U.i.
supplementary nominees for ht""
- aiuus wiuii,uin.aja
moia ana xuieg. Then? fees oi $0; $0;-000
000 $0;-000 each-helped, boost the4 gross-,
purse, to $150,300 and the winners
share will be $103,200 if n nrroini-
nftminpa vie fi
-v w Aunt, auu Atro.auu ( 11 s.jm
suuDiememarv pntv n ia -.t -r. hht
Anita aerbv u thp bpa.1 tutnT
m -itst 22 year history, surpassed
only by the 1956 Renewal when it'41'.
v JT. .v,uu nuy 4. CJLJl aiisc wuu
first mnnov nf in tmAn -i .HKitf
CAP IT OLIO
THE WHOLE, TRUTH
with Vlnce "Edwards
cat on a nor
with Dean Jones
SSe. .; :'n gpc.-:
'chapters 1-2-3 ...
It Came From;
' Beneath The Sea :
BATTLE HYMN V
with Rock Hudson
f ; Aisor-.
MAN FROM BITTER
' with Lex Barker'
'. t,Xs , i
mm m M w m -m .. a r
e wi fun buuu '. uu
- ..... --.- .t
(Includes game slaved March 4)
Team.- ,." w i OetV'zll
MariDoro a 1 ,7Wki:m
1 rfilflTiS : 4 O t(AilT4l-l
Cardoze and Lndo 0 3 ,000-
- rfvcuij' vt.
thfl fa ar.nl cm a rntM '.'j t :-. j jpmiW
uiuu xasi weanesaay at tne rarai'-
so diamond. r j
Marlboro's Julio Diaz blasted t
tremendous homer-to right center
in the fourth frame to deadlock
the contest at 4-4 The winning un :L :L-was
was :L-was Scored n the sixfJi ri$tanawRrt:
wnen japon Diaz opened h
u uii a satiuiLC uuin. auu a ex ci
ennKAl am J... ft., a. ama iL- till.
a'icu uii ucew nj iw -reuicu'
w nnM tsni rf nunn inrm'
Ad th hnftrt 'fni. th Wtr white" v"
C. YearwQod and .B. GUtens.
' An a roenlf nf th wfl thA Smnlr. -'.i
ers are now, sole ; occupants of
first place. ""''
Cafe Harlem ysCsrdol! 'And Lih-"'
An. Warlnau mil CarAnt alfiri Tin 'I''
do'ys Trojans; FJfiday, Cafe Hafi
lem vs Marlboro,
A tU vTh Bio tl4&4ki
Plavar C ub AB U Pr 1
Aartci Lrora,MariDoro u -;;"
Julio Dlai-? f Marlboro -12 i 4
H. Johnson Marlboro 11 ; -g 1.873
C- WilHama Trojan li ii,3 i273
1 A. PeterkiB C. harlem ll '-a ,.27S
. .. "Kit'. rvfV;!
TOP SIEDteD Navy Lt. (J2;
Ray Nesbitt, last year's PAF sing singles
les singles champion, was seeded ttrst la
the Zone-wide tourney as ; Pis
opened this weekend at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station courts.
;y ttusan Hayward In t.
y "I .WANT TO LIVE!"
J ,V : Gary Cobpet In
"MAN) OF THE WEST"
TENNIS CHAMPS Balboa teenage tennis Cham pions pose with instructor William Hele following
the tournaments held at the Diablo Heights tennis court. From left to right are Robert Burgener,
Htf ma Cooke, Jeannenie Herbert and Tom Peran tie. '
Alumni Regain Twilight Loop
Lead With 19-6 Win Over CHS
MCIFIC CRICKET NEWS
STANDING OF CLUBS
Paraiso . . ..
Womack American Whiskey
WskeyV. .. 'i
Drawn- Points I
, BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAFGES
'v (Top six Including matches played up to Sunday, March I).
John Redmond ..
Oscar Rollox ... .,
Harold Kerr.. .
Christopher .. ..
Albert Williams ..
, SteranV Bhakta ..,
'Melhado Smith ..,
, Theodora Jemraot
LP. Runs H.S. N.O. Averages
. 2 44 24 2
3 169 93 1 84.50
... 3 85 54 2 85.00
..3 83 60 1 41.50
.. 3 95 52 Q. 31.67
.. 3 75 41 0 25.00
s Maidens Runs Wickets Averages
2 25 5 5.00
1 62 8 7.78
1 51 6 8.50
0 44 4 11.08
4 83" 7 11.86
1 86 7 12.29
CHS-Alumnl 19 C.H.S. 6
Sunday's Cam (Starts 1 p.m.)
Powells vs C..S.
Alumni ys Bells
By TREVOR SIMONS
A big first inning, in which
Alumni jent 15 .batters to. the plate
and scofed, an '-even, dozen runs;
was all. thatwai reduired to cut
them back intb'the league lead by
The combined offerings, of John
Wainio and Keith 1 Kulig limit
" 1 T
the Alumni batters to only eight
hits, but lack of control seemed
the order of the night and spelled
the downfall of the first 'half
Wainio was charged with the
defeated after being ungble to re retire
tire retire a single batter in the lower
half of the first. He was nicked kor
one hit. but allowed 5 bases on
Kulig finished the game and al allowed
lowed allowed the Cher 7 hits and walk walked
ed walked 8. The loss was Wainio's first
of the year. He has won three.
Corky Karpinski went the route
for the winners, allowing only 5
hits and walking 8 in. winning his
second game in three decisions.
' Larry Ames: had, 2 for 2 at the
plate and moved up into the
charmed f'.400" circle wiii ,429.
Karpinsky aided his own cause
with 2 hits in four, trie a. For- the
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Lincoln-Life 3 Gibraltar Life 0
Lincoln life snapped their losing
streak 3-0 when Bobby Ostrea held
the first hall-champs to one hit,
a single, by Gibraltar tirst sacker
t)ppsing the Lincoln Life's ace
chucker.,, was-the ace of ttieGj ttieGj-braltar
braltar ttieGj-braltar stafff, Dickie Ebdon. Dick
pitched a good game, scattering
five hits, but he ran into Ostrea
when he was in fare fromv This
was the first tos of the, season
for Dickie -who has won seven
Klamco nti Hudginsof Lincotn
life got the jonly, extra base hits
of the game, both doubles.
Ebdon,. p :
Hunt, sa t
Thompson, lb 1
Carl Thompson, If
2 0 0
3 0 0
2 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
Joyner ,,. ...
Jacobson, 1 t
Mutual of Omaha
SIGN THREE ROOKIES .-
DSTROIT (UPI) Tht Detroit
Lionr have signed hree rookie
lineihen to 1959 contracts.- They
ire Dan McGrew, who passed up
a final seaso.i of eligibility at
Purih-e, Dick Guosma of Wetf
' Virslm.', and Jim Linc'eri of OreH
., Cyrnos 9. Police 3i ',
Cyrnos sent the Police down to
their third successive defeat 9-3 in
the; second half of the season.
Youne Podp. was on the hill for
Cyrnos and pitched ;a top notch
game, allowing the Junior Cop
pers only three hits. Pope's fine
pitehing was backed up by a four fourteen
teen fourteen hit attack, which netted the
Cyrnqs nine taulies. ,
The box score;
J. Sears, lb
Chesson, c '.
Ai Diablo Tonight
.'rht! tp.rti hour for the lstn n.
nual Pan Canal City Bowling Tour Tour-namen
namen Tour-namen will be at 7 o'clock tonight
at the Diablo Bowling Center. The
eyes of the local sporting world
will be focused all week long at
Diablo, starting this evening, and
proceed every night until next Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, when tournament comes to
This year the tournament will
have much lareer. entry list
than last year. While the team
event shows an increase of only
one, from 43 to 44 five-man squads
there hat been a 1 25 percent in increase,
crease, increase, in the singles, and about
10 percent more in the doublet and
ail- eveuts:;-;?:: 1
Ttie au-event uilt it the most
cherished, crown, and this will not
be decided until every one has
rolled. The American Bowling Con
gress, will recognize as the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Area 'Handicap All-Event
Champion, tha bowler who
tallies the mehest f isure in nine
games, team, doubles and single),
plus his handicap. -
The cahmplon, that bowler who
knocks down the most pins witn
out the hlep of any hanjicap kit
ty, over a sp.'o 01 nine games, al also
so also in the' team, doublsf and in in-g
g in-g e events.
Tigers Jimmy Palumbo and Dick
Vinas each contributed 2 for X
Double Header Sunday p.m.
In an effort to close out the
1959 season before the rains set in.
the Atlantic Twilight League has
aecmed to revise their schedule
and probably end the season by
March 19. The first move towards
that end will be the playing of the
first doubleheader of 1959. All
four teams will participa'ed with
Powells scheduled to meet Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High in the first game at one
p.m. and Alumni attempting to
hold on to their slim first place
posrion in a night cap event
against the cellar dwelling Beilsv
Thp box score:
McGlin 3bt ;
Mann, D. cf
Palumbo L. lb
Hi?het Individual Score: Chester Mike ....93
t Most Runs Scored: Chester Mike ....169
.Most Wickets: Chester Mike 8
Sunday's Match: Paraiso vs Clov'elly at Paraiso Playground.
Wemact American Whiskey 157 for OoveUy 163 for 1
. In -quest of Its third consecutive cricket championship the Ck Ck-velljr
velljr Ck-velljr cricket club scored a decisive victory over the Womaok Cricket
club in a well played match of the! Pacific Cricket Leajrue at the pa pa-Taid
Taid pa-Taid 1 playground last Sunday before a fair sized crowd --1
u 4 n8 th, tos!' ,nd Meeting t0 bat first on a well prepared
wicket skipper Cleveland Temp's Womack club got off to a shakv
liJii1 w?t ??ipkly fel1 ,fter five run were scored, John
Hertmonrf loined Harold Kerr in a third wicket nsrtnership which
S t ?UP ?Sng i?" ,he ,atter wa clean-bowled by one of Theo Theodore.
dore. Theodore. Jemmott's medium pace deliveries.
' The side finally amassed a total of 157 runs for the loss of six
wickets before declaring its innings closed at 3:58 p.m.
- Redmond who remained undefeated contributed 60 runs to his
side's score in an almost flawless batting performance which fea featured
tured featured .some magnificent strokes and carpet shots that drew spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous applause from the-crowd on hand.
' Captain Edward Thomas of the CloveUy club given just two
hours to. wipe his opponents score as his club innings commenced at
4:15 p.m. deputed run-getter Chester Mike and Oscar1 Rollox as
thff side'i onening batsmen. 1 i
? The pair started briskly In putting on the first 50 runs in 46
minutes of play during which time the spectators were treated to
come nrmiant leg glides and off drives, by both batsmen.
; The score was ataken to 137 before a separation was made when
Rollox'f defense was shattered by an offering from Melhado Smith.
The partnership had lasted exactly one hour and 22 minutes with
Roliox's getting a nico hand as he returned to the navllion
v Ralph "Laughy" Flemming the hard hitter of the CloveUy club
then met Mike at the wickets and thev nrnpeoiW fa front th hnwi.
ing with scant courtesy with the result that runs needed for victory
Aat the time the Womack decided to call it a day and have
stumr drawn the score board read 163 for 1
Chester Mike with 93 runs to his credit and Flemming with 12
15th NAVAL; DISTRICT
Teams W L
Sea Leopardt 0 2
Sea Dragons 5 3
Sea Uons 4 4
Sea Cats 4 4
Sea Foxes 4 4
Sea Wolves 3 5
Sea Devils 3 5
Sea Owls 3 5
Leading averages Rimmer 169,
King 166, Glud 165. Ladies Bat-
hurst 147, Tyndall 13 Burcne.u
Sea Leopards 3 Sea Cats 1
The Sea Leopardt took over
first place when they clawed the
Sea Cats for thre. out of four
points. The Sea Leopards sunk the
Cats by 67 Dins in 'he opening oi
hostilities. The Cats with their fur
ruffled retaliated by winning by
27. The last session was one of
those rugged affairs but the Leo
pards came out on top by 8 pins.
Wayne Mo.-e was vicious wi'h
the lumber for a 511 scratch and
595 handicap, and Herb Finch was
another slick Leopard with 587
handicap series. For the Sea Cats.
Ed Thibault collected 560 and Ka Ka-thy
thy Ka-thy Bathurst was only one behind,
and two pins back was f rank
Sea Draggens 4 Sea Wolves 0
The Sea Dragons were not drag
ging when they ensnared the Sea
Wolves for a clean sweep of their
contest. The Sea Wolves fell short
by 12 in one game and one pin in
anotner. Jim stemmetz. June Mil
ler and Willie Watson were the
fired up Dragons with 599, 548 and
520 handi o ts 0. While the Lo-
bos of the Sea lost all four, one of
their pack carried away the
scratch honors, when George Rim
mer rammed 508 and 538 handi
cap. Sam Purdie pulled down a3?
and Johnny Matchem with 524
were other Wolves with plenty of
Sea Owls I Sea Devils )
The two titans of the league.
Dorsey Tyndall for the Sea Dev
ils and Ronnie King of the Sei
Owls, opposed each other in the
clean up spots for their teams
Ronnie King pot 526 -' and
580 handicap, but Dorsey while
beat in the scratch was tops in
the handicap wi'h 588. Both teams
had three other 500 handicap pin
Rainbow City Softball League
POWELLS BEAT PANTRA
IN THRILLER TO AND
TIES SECOND, PLACE
Teams c W L Pet.
Abernathy i 12 2 .837
Maduro's Jamtzen V M 4 .714
Fan-Uquido 12 5 .706
Mauricio's y S 13 .188
Mariners y 1 14 .067
Jantien In Second Place
'Maduro's Jantzen squad Tues
day played a good brand of soft-
pail as pressure pi ving made
Pan Liquido fold' with a 8-3 set
pack. Jantzen knocked the Beer-
men out 01 second place in the
ugm race-for the first half title.
. tnarie.- Carratini .went against
ic xne.. larranuni nurled ex
ceuent DaU after a shaky ffour
innings. Lane the 'loser, fourth
me againsi jantzen, was allow allowed
ed allowed -Jantzen nine safeties.
. .occrnien pt a two run
reu ging in o we fourth but Jant-
caugnt ine't pitche.g after
George Toctherman homered to
ucep in over MCArtnur's head.
CarraUni'i shoestrini doubla scor scored
ed scored two and tim haoKfA
homeruns in the mwhHi v n.i.
Gayer and Ray Nicklsher shell.
Shocked Pin Liquido. :
Ray Nickisier (Jantzen) and
Tony pa rea Pan Liquido) led
BiU Carlin set .the Beermen
scoring pace with a bad bounce
homer to center in the; .first as
Pan Liquido made an additl-na-I
I The box
Nicklsher R. v
Nicklsher W. ;
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r 7 3 JO
. t 9
of Wed., March 4)
Pantra 2 2 .500
Powells 2 2 .500
Aj nomoto 0 4 .000
By HERBERT MOISE
WL Pet. GB
3 t .750
3 1 .750
Powells raLier, to the cause in
the last inning to beat Pantra and
so orougm tnt end of the first go go-round
round go-round 'in the Rainbow City Open
Classification Softball League.
This contest played before an ap approximate
proximate approximate crowd of 1,600 fans had
some fine demonstration of field fielding,
ing, fielding, pitchiing and baserunning. .
before the fatal top of the seventh
which saw Powell erase a one-run
deficit and go on to a thrilling 8
to 4 win over the Pantra. Truckers.
Henry- Thomas,, manager oi
Powells .started hit imported, low-
balling and crafty importee, 'Rudy
Lynch, who was roughed Up by
the "Rebels with a cause" for
three hits and four apparently big
runs in tne Dottom of the f rst
This upsurge of the "Youths"
erased a top-of-ne-first one-run
lead Powells held. After this shaky
first, Lynch blanked the losers all
the way to earn his first victorv
in mis jiainoow uty League.
Wh le Lynch was holding the
Rebels scoreless, his pitching on
ponent. the-v silent sergeant from
Fort Sherman, Librado Mancias.
suffered one-run attacks in the
third and fourth innings. From
there on the tension mounted to
auch a point that one could actual
ly feel it in the air.
' tame the seventh and Thomas
made his first move 1 same
winning ttrategy when he had
Kodman Nunez nit for Lynch, a
good nitter nimseif. iNunez bunted
with two strikes, safely as first
baseman Cecil Ford of Pantra
was caught going in the wrone di
This started a chain reaction
that produced seven consecutive
Powell hits for five runs. At the
stage when the pressure was on,
the young and ambitious Pantra
eould not cope with the r more ex
neiding gem of tne contest was
pulled off by Eduardo (Pappy)
Haynes wheu he went deep to left
against the ropes to back hadn a
long drive off the bat of George
Knowies to preserve what turn turned
ed turned out to be only a temporary
sters, for the Diablos' Del Mar,
Betty Tyndall 528,' Lena Burehett
531 and Don Bowman 572. The
Bathke family booted well for the
Owls, Blister Seve beat Eddie 571
to 555, and Corky Knoppert im
proved his average with 557, all
Sea Foxes 1 Sea Lions 1
The sly Sea Foxes twisted the
tails of the .Sea. 'Lions for three
out of four points. The reynards
grabbed' the opening session by 24.
and the iSea Lions roared back
by winning by a meek three pint,
but the Lions were very tame in
the last game, and the Sea Foxe
pelted the wood on the lanes for
a convincing win in the finale. On Only
ly Only Dick Sexton was in form for the
Sea Lions with 512 handicap, but
a trio of Sf Foxes starred, when
Ed Moore rustled off 5040 Bud
Weishar 534 and Chuck Swigerl
Casey Puts Bile g
On Restaurateur 'Fom
49-Year-Old Debt :
ST. PETERSBURG. Pla., Mar.
M lltl I 4. A
$3 JO bite on a follow yesterday
for a 4-y tar-old debt. ;
During a Now York Yankee -workout,
an eMerly onlooker tent ;
0 note to Stengel reading, "I'm
Stanley Mc Broom. I run a rot-
taurant in Kankakee, III., whore
you used to oat when you wore
breaking Into baseball. Do you
Stengel remembered htm. In
fact, Casey recalled that ho ud
to buy a meal ticket from Me
Broom for $5 "and you could oat
on that ticket all week."
"Ho still owes mo $3.50 'caus.
that league I was playln' in fold folded
ed folded in the middle of the week and
1 never got a chance to use the
rott of my ticket," said Stondol.
The record book says all this
happened back in July, 110.
RIDES FOUR WINNERS
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Jock
ey Ray Broussara naa lour win
ners at tne r air urouoos Wednes
day, including War Signals ($7.20)
in tne feature, tie aiso- won witt!
BiglRomanca ($4.60), Red Rib
bons ($6.60) and Ring Champ
Luis Lindo and Joseph Clarke
lead the Powell 12-hlt pummeling
of the Omaha Pills "Little Lou
getting 2 in 3 and Joseph 3 in 4,
Tomorrow's doubleheader feat
urea Stevedore Morris' versus Pan
tra in the ooener. and Pnivpll
gainst Cigarrillos Oasis in the
night cap. Pantra has one win
over their Saturday rivals while
the Mickey Robinson's Green and
wmte smokers eked out a 2 o 1
win over Powells in their last meen
Game time Is 2:30 for the opener,
1 NEW YORK (UPI)--A1 Schaoht,
the beef and baseball man,
moaned today that the biggest
trouble with the current cron of
diamond stars is that they aren't
- Hungry- enougn.
This is not a business complaint
by the "clown prince" turned res restaurateur.
taurateur. restaurateur. At 66, he still is mak making
ing making a three-year major league ca career
reer career in which he pitched 14 wins
against 10 losses pay off due to
his zany reputation.
"Ty Cobb was the all time
greatest," Schacht says, "and
there isn't a man in the game to today
day today who could make an all-time
Don't "Put Ou"
The reason, says the still trim
and dapper Schacht, is that the
modern player doesn't "put out"
as much as he, personally still
does. For Schacht even now is
preparing his annual series of ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions which will mark his 50th
year in he game.
"The ball Dlavers were real
hungry in those days," sail
black-tiaired Al. "Todav thev
nave too mucn money too easily.
Why, when I won 19 games for
Jersey City in the Internatkjal
League. I was makine 14 a wepk.
And when I was pitching for
Washing on I made $300 a
Only Ted Williama and Stan
Musial of today's ballplayers, he
insists, stand on the same level
as the all-time performers.
Today's Players Inconsistent
"Guys like Mickey Mantle ani
Willie Mays are too inconsistent,"
Scha'cht argues. "They take it too
easy from time to time instead
of battling ail the way.
"men, too. the uame isn't the
like it used to be." added the
man who broke in with F.ri 'wv
back m 1910. "There dsed to be
58 minor leagues. Now there art
24. There is less baseball aw'
fewer players, and they are pah'
great sums of money without
really struggling if uhey have the
slightest touch of class."
Hardened to .
Wear Schoonover, a football end
at Arkansas in the, late 1920's,
was one tfl the first Southwest
ConfeV ice" football, players to
achieve national recognition. The
late Grantland Rice who picked
him on a 1929 all-star team, said
it was "impossible", to gain a
yard around Schoonover. TJhe star
end's record of catching 13 passes
against Baylor still is a school
record and, so is a. 96-yard run
with a pass, interception.
Whatever'., happened to Wear
Schoonover? Now 54, he has been
an attorney wi to, the U.S. Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture in Washing
ton since 1935 and was one of the
first five athletes honored in the
newiy. esronsneo Arxansas spurts
Hall of Fame.
Kentucky Straight Bourbon
: Its! 111.
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.THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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C L A S S I F I ED AD 5
Fottir cottages, berween Sanra
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottagot
Santa Clare R. ete P. Phone Pa Pa-ama
ama Pa-ama 3-1877 Cristobal 31673.
fOR RENT: Modern three bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, two bathrooms,
maid'i room with service. Tel.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed chalet. El Cangrejo. Tel.
FOR RENT: Office space n
commercial building located in
modern business area. For com complete
plete complete information call Panama 3 3-1650.
LUTHERAN BUSINESS MAN
visiting on-the" istfltnus this week
inTerd E. Gast of St. Louis, ac
companied by his wife. A contract contractor
or contractor who has developed a number
of housing subdivisions in greater
St. Louis, Gast is now devoting
the major portion of his time to
the mission department of the
! His special interest is centered
In the fact .that some 85,000 fellow
Lutherans from the United
States are"now employed in var
ious foreign countries with private
business and government agenc
ies. outside of the military.
Working jointly and at his o.vn
expense with the Armed Services
Commission of the Lutheran
Church, which is responsible for
Luihera.i civilians, as well as mi military,
litary, military, while resident in foreign
countries, Gast is making a tour
through Central America to sur survey
vey survey the facilities available and en
courage better participation on
the part of all Lutherans with the
churches or missions in their area.
While on the isthmus Mr. and
Mrs. Gast will be chiefly concern concerned
ed concerned with the activities at'Redeemer
Lutheran Church in Balboa. On
Wednesday evening he spoke in informally
formally informally to the congregation fol following
lowing following the mid-week Lenien serv service.
ice. service. He will also address the adult
Bible class on tomorrow morning.
The Gass will be leaving for
the states tomorrow evening.
POLICE INSPECTOR KILLED
ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) A
rebel gunman shot down a local
French police inspector and his
Wife on the doors ep of their
home in Constantine last
night. The slain couple was iden
tified as Mr. and Mrs. Camille
Advertise in .this Section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evlnrude, Mercury,
General A rent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
:Ot a.m. to 12 :M
2:N p.m. to t
00 a.m. to 12:M
I INSURANCE TORCHLIGHTS
1 WAYCROSS, Ga (UPI) Bur
glars who apparently forgot thei
' flashlights broke into an insur
ijftnet firm here and searched th(A
nice using naming insurance pot
. jcie, ponce reported.
FOR RENT: A two bedroom
screened apartment, living-dining
room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room with bath, laundry, hot wa water
ter water installation. Near Santuario
Nacional, $90.00. Phone 2 2-0481,
0481, 2-0481, office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
living room, dining room, two
bedrooms, maid's room, wash
tubs, garage, hot water, $130.00.
Eusebio A. Morales, "Olga Apart Apartments,"
ments," Apartments," El Cangrejo. Enquire
apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
two bedroom apartment, $60.00.
Vista Hermosa, Francisco Filos
No. 32, Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, living-dining room, maid's
room, hot water garage, $75 and
$72. Via Argentina, telephone
FOR RENT: Best located one
room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street No.
FOR RENT: Wonderful two
bedrooms apartment. Campo Ale Ale-gre,
gre, Ale-gre, Cheles Apartments, $135.
Two room apartments for rent
in newly erected building in 14th1
Street, Rio Abaio ( Fourth build building
ing building on the left) $23 and $25
monthly. Apply to Champsuar,
6th Street No. 12. Telephone 2 2-2419.
2419. 2-2419. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Castilla del Ore, apart apartment
ment apartment 34. Call Tel. 3-0207 and
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT; Beautifully fur.
"l&IKSA mIJ toon
near 43r4 Phone 3-0553.
Delia Psi Omega
Now Has Eleven
On Aclive Roll
Delta Psi Omega, national dra dramatic
matic dramatic fraternity in the Canal Zone
Junior College, now has 11 mem members
bers members on the active cast roll, with
the initiation last Thursday of
trie Larsen and David Mason.
The two young men had com completed
pleted completed the minimum requirements
for membership in the national
group with work i in "Murder
Takes the Stage" at the Diablo
Heights Theatre the lasf week of
The drama fraternity, which
was established here in 1942, now
has five men and six women. The
formal, full form initiation was
conducted by Cynthia Orr as cast
director, Jo Ann Harte as stage
manager, Gladys Miller as busi business
ness business manager and Subert Turby Turby-f
f Turby-f ill as faculty sponsor.
In addition to the officers, the
other members who attended the
Thursday meeting were: Eileen
Damerau, Carolyn Despain, Mild Mildred
red Mildred Gibbs, Carlos Meggers, Rutherford-Rivet,
and Bruce Spurlock.
After the initiation a brief dis discussion
cussion discussion was held regarding the se several
veral several other events which Delta Psi
Omega has scheduled for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the present college
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
ALEXIS, 111. (UPI) Roosevelt
Military Academy, wag losing 1-0
last night before its basketball
game with Alwood' Hign School
had started because of a techni technical
cal technical foul v for not submitting a line
It really didn't matter. Roose
velt lost, 80-37.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac 2 2-door
door 2-door $2550. Office 82-3117,
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1957
Super 88, two door sedan, low
mileage. Excellent condition.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1957
Buick, four door, hardtop, power
steering, windows, Dynaflow,
tinted glass. $1950, call 6-206
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
coupe. Excellent condition, new
tires. Phone 3-7862.
FOR SALE: Packard 4 door
sedan, new brake job complete.
1959 inspected, good buy $200,
Call Balboa 2-3218.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
Commander, hydramatic, new
battery, good tires, duty paid.
Call Navy 2256.
FOR SALE: Ford "Polarair"' air
conditioner, 9 months old $250.
Albrook 3294 or 6276 (Sgt.
AUTOS EISEMAN, S.A. Offers
the best used cars in town.
,1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 4DR,
tutone, radio 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 tires, excellent condi conditions.
tions. conditions. 1955 Plymouth Belvedere,, 4DR.
tutone, radio, WS WCit
Vero good ear. t
1956 Opel, tutone, 4Door, radioi
1956 Buick HdTop, tutone, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tires, very good
1953 Pontiac, 4DR, tutone,' ra radio.
dio. radio. 1953 Volkswagen, Excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition.
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tels: Pma. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1556 Opel excel excellent
lent excellent condition, telephone Balboa
FOR SALE: Convertible, Mer Mercury,
cury, Mercury, Montclair whitewith black
top, full power, radio, white walls
tire. (1955. Cost new $4,800.
Duty paid. Sale price $1,250.01.
Telephoned 3-6121; 3-6943.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Road"
master, can be seen at 0774-C,
Williamson Place, : Balboa.
CHURCH OF GOD
Thp newlv inaudiratprl Ralhna
Church of God, affiliated with the
CHurch of God. Clevela nd. Term
(has announced a full program of
sunaay services since the opening
service last Sunday.
Sunday services are to be held
at KeDecca Hall opposite the A
mador Road turnoff, Balboa. Pas
tor C. W. Wallace officiates.
Sunday school is announced for
10 a.m.; morning worship at 11,
young peoples' service at 6:30 p.
m. and evening worship at 7:30
Additional information may be
obtained from Pastor Wallace by
telephoning 3035 Cocoli.
With built-in Universal
NET WARTIME TORPEDO
WARSAWi Poland (UPI) -A
fishing vessel netted a wartime
torpedo yesterday in coastal wa waters
ters waters five miles off the mouth of
the Vistula River.
The odd fish was draped with
an assortment of nets, indicating
how many times it had gotten
FOR SALE: Used Frigidairo
washing machine and dryer, both
for $125 00, Uupright freezer.
$125.00, qtrs. 144 Albrook.
phone 3190 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cherry wood din dining
ing dining suite includes 6 chairs, buf buffet
fet buffet and glass top table. 4 years
old, $150.00. Two cushion sofa.
$65.00, call Curundu 6148.
FOR SALE: 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, odds and
ends, kitchen table, shelves,
aluminum bar, 2 wrought iron
chairs, Deustch No. 8, 46th
Street, telephone 3-4745.
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: Sacrifice. New
modern white plastU couch.
Chinese carved high chest. Life Lifetime
time Lifetime dishes, (Watertown) Serv Service
ice Service for eight. Set of Golf Clubs
and bag. (Spaulding Jr.). Mis Miscellaneous.
cellaneous. Miscellaneous. Phone 2-3274,
5508-B Diablo 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
Must sell household furnishings
including large automatic ice icecube
cube icecube maker Serve! refrigerator
And Noritake and pre-war Old
Leeds Sprays Royal Doulton
dishes. 48th Street No. 11,
12 ft. Hotpoint refrigerator, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $125.00.
Phone Panama 3-6895 days,
FOR SALE: Mahogany bedroom
set mahogany diningroonr- set,
mahogany livingroom se, chrome
dinette set; aluminum and plas plastic
tic plastic lawn .set; Phitco automatic
radio-phonograph; 3 electric os oscillating
cillating oscillating fans (new); outboard
motor 10 h p., tabletop radio;
TV table; TV outside antenna;
4-drawer chest; 3 table lamps.
Navy Pacific 2277.
FOR SALE: 2 quartermaster
dining tables; metal with formica
tops; 6 mahogany chairs. All for
$40.00. 523 Ancon; Tel. 2 2-1337.
1337. 2-1337. FOR SALE: Sofa bed and
matching chair. Very good con condition.
dition. condition. Balboa 2-6371.
Credit department at Casa Ad Admirable,
mirable, Admirable, request visit of Mr. Vic Victor
tor Victor M. Carew, formerly with Sup Supply
ply Supply Division, accounting section.
"Guest D. J.
9:30 p. m.
FOR SALE: 2T inch Dumont
console television, $75.00. Call
FOR SALE i Used SINGER sew-;.
ing machine, pedal, good eondi-
tion $60.00; NECCHI automa automatic
tic automatic "Nova" model from $350.00
to $192.00 (we accept terms).
CASA ADMIRABLE beside Lot Lottery
tery Lottery office.
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 pong table, wrought iron
.. ..ki. T-i n.ik-. 2.1764.
PAD SALE; Cylinder boring
bar and hornet $250, 220 Vi" 1
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, ntw( r reupholstered
1582-C Calabash St., phone 2
FOR SALE: Bargain prices rugs
in large sixes. Modern bedroom
furniture and many small items.
All in good condition. Tel. 3- f
FOR SALE: Deluxe mangle
ironer. Used three times, selling
less than half price paid. Tel.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi player, Hi-Fi
tape recorder, living room set
with tables, phone 86-5295 Al Albrook.
SAVE $70.00, Wilson-Carry
Middlecoff 1 signature irons ( 2
thru 9) and 4 wood for $135.00.
4 months old. Phone Panama 3 3-4848
4848 3-4848 or PANAMA 3-7001.
FOR SALE: Piano, Upright
painted ivory $150.00 Gatun 5-
WARNING: We take this meana
to warn our clients about 1 the
appearance in Panama City and4
other towns in the Republic of
an insecticide which is on sale
under the same name of BLACK
FLAG. This product comes in
cases with English labels and its
content appears to be the OLD
FORMULA of this insecticide
which does NOT contain DIEL DIEL-DRIN
DRIN DIEL-DRIN and for that reason is NOT
completely effective. Thus, an
unfair advantage is being taken
of the good will and preference
the consumer has always shown
for BLACK FLAG SUPER EXTRA
WITH DIELDRIN (with Spanish
labels) For this reason, '., pur- 1
chaser should always be sure
they are buying the genuine,'
complete effective BLACK FLAG
SUPER EXTRA with DIELDRIN.
AGENCIAS OTIS McALLISTER,
S.A., only autherixed distributor
for the Republic of Panama.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, 2104-C, Curundu,
KILL 35 ALGERIANS
ALGIERS (UPD French para-
troopers killed 35 Algerian rebels
in a battle in the uursems moun mountains
tains mountains southwest of Algiers,. French
officials said today.
FOR SAHs Lets 500 ead 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodrome
' Urbanization, across the Rem
Racetrack. All iota with street
1 fronts, sewage,' water main and
electricity. CaH W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-097. . 1
FOR 5 ALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to S p.m.
f OR SALE: 5000 M2 land,
mile 6 Trans-Isthmian Highway,
deep well and improvements,
85c. Tel. Balboa 2-3753.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 feet fiberglass
boat, motor trailer, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Phone 83-3244.
Boat Armor, Resin and fiberglass.
W sell plans, kits and material
for building boats. ABERNATHY.
Now 1 1 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 fiberglass
' boats. ABERNATHY.
:( Wanted 2 Evinrude or lohnson
. 35 n.p. motors. We buy, sell
and trade. ABERNATHY, across
side street Panama Hotel. Phone
FOR SALE: 18' cabin crusier,
trailer, all accessories, 25 h.p.
motor, remote controls, all per perfect
fect perfect condition. $700. Call Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 6213.
FOR SALE: 16 'j inboard boat
$1500. Saul Alvarado. 90th
Street East. Tel. 3-3887,
SPANISH COURSE AT
, Spanish course for Englishhtpeak- v
, ing people at University of Pa Panama
nama Panama from March 9 to April 23.
Classes in the morning and even evening
ing evening on Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Morning Students: be beginners
ginners beginners (only) from 9 to 10.
Evening Students: Beginners: 5t 5t-30;
30; 5t-30; Intermediate: 6:30; Advanc Advanced
ed Advanced 7:30. Registration at Secre Secretary's
tary's Secretary's office.
Fred Stone, Original
Star Of 'The Wizard
01 Oz Dies In Calif.
NORTH HOT.T.YWnOD WarMi 7
fUPI) Fred Staniv nno f th
all-time greats of the musical co-
meay stage ana trie original
strawman in "The Wizard of Oz,"
aiea yesterday. He was, 85.
Blind for the past two years,' he
often was referred? to as the
"Grand Old Man", of ; the stage.
Stone's stage career' ipabned
more than 70 years. He had star starred
red starred in almost every phase of show
business from Carnivals to the
lgeitimate stage and motion pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Vj
Ill and semi-retired for many
years, Stone made a brief come comeback
back comeback in revivals of "You Can't
Take It With You" to 1942 and
1950. ' .
Onp nt his mutt fasnniia tirlv
day roles wak as the straw man
in the original "Wizard Of Oj."
Held For Robbery
LAS VEGAS,' Nev., March 7 -(UPI)
A beautiful, well-dressed
but hard-t a 1 k i n g "champagne
blonde" was Hield today on
charges she robbed the First Na National
tional National Bank of Nevada of almost
Police and FBI' agents arrested
her at a road block shortly aftet
the robbery yesterday. She shriek'
ed epithets at the officer when
they took her off a Reno-Bound
bus about 45 whiles north- of this
desert gambling center.
"She's really a beautiful gilr," a
policeman described her, "but
has as nails." ' re
The n i identities wrsnr s
Ida Belle Ingram, of Roanoke,
va., FBI agents said tne women,
at both the First National Bank
of Alexandria, Va., and the Union
Turst Co., of Washington, u.u
She flew here from Washington
Thursday and apparently waa
broke when she staged the holdup,
federal aeents said.
The willowly suspect had $1781 In
lnn eon' t Kills .In k loroa
UVi aiiu 1 win. m i.i
black purse when arrested. She
was unarmed. Police believed she
only acted as though she had.
gun for the robhery as no weapon
was seed she held up woman
WANTED : Publicity Director
. male or female candidates must
. be completely bilingual, have ex experience
perience experience in Public Relations,
Journalism and Publicity, good
, social relations absolutely neces necessary.'
sary.' necessary.' SERVICIOS Y COLOCA COLOCA-CIONES
CIONES COLOCA-CIONES 3-7028 Camera de Ce-
tnercio No. 9, see Mr. Levy.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
JOX 4211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Balboa Church of God. Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Cleveland, Tenneessee, wet-
' come you fb services held in the
Rebecca end J.O.O.F,, Hall, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. C. Z. Located on Balboa
'Road across from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.'
Phone Cocoli 3035-
Don't misS this opportunity!
Excursion to Call, Quito, Lima,
Cuxco, Machu Piccfiu. Reserva Reservation
tion Reservation close on 1 0th of March. Call
Blok Agency today. Tel. 2 2-5415,
5415, 2-5415, and make you reservation.
$50.00 down payment. All ex expenses
penses expenses included. Leaves in Pana Pana-gre
gre Pana-gre March 1 8th.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups; Call Navy after 5:30
FOR SALE: Two AKC purebred
Bosrofc Bull Terrier puppies,
seven weeks, one mala, one fe female.
male. female. Come prepared to convince
me you would be good owner.
Burnham, Los Rios. Phone 2 2-1654
1654 2-1654 for appointment Saturday
FOR SALE : Beautiful French
Poolle puppies, without pedigree.
No. 6, Dr. Alberto Navarro St.
CZ Camera Club
Shows Color Slides
The meeting of the Diablo Came Camera
ra Camera Club last night featured color
slides taken by club-members on
three photographic field trips. The
tnps covered were a visit to Sum
mit Gardens, an inspection of the
Panama Canal Company's dredge
working ih Gaillard Cut and a tour
of the gardens at Gov. W. E. Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's residence. One slide was se selected
lected selected as the best of each trip;
Mrs. Helen Chrisholm's slide bfl
the dipper dredge, Mrs. Margaret
Da vis' view of the gardens at the
Governor1 House, and Eugene K.
Derr's closeup of the cannon ball
"lower ana fruit were selected as
the winners. ,.; ' . ;
Plans were announced fof I pho
tographic tour to- Cosur Rica for
the coming Easter weekend. The
group will stay in the country vil village
lage village of Carta go, and one of the
Held trips will be & visit to vol
at OmimSh ills'!
COCO SOLO Buster erAbbe' JoRn Smith
7?00 V "THE LAWLESS EIGHTIES"
DIABLO HTS. Robert Wagner Dfliia '.Wynter
v 7;00. Hope Lang Jeffrey HUnter
"IN LOVE AND-.WAR-Vi--''.'
j In Cinemascope tt Color
G A NBOA Dean Stockwelli-' Natalie Trundy
1:15 "THE CARELESS YEARS'
GATUN Jdel McCrea '4 Susan Cabot
"1:Q0 T "FORT MASSACRE"
.' In Cinemascope 4 and Color
MARGARITA Dan Duryea Patty McCormick
7:00 ''- "KATHY O' f You'U Just Lov It! I
' In Cinemascope ft Color
PARAISO "MAN IN THE VAULT and
7:00 THE1 LADY AND THE TRAMP"
In cinemascope and Color v
SANTA CRUZ Una Turner i fiarry 8ulllvan
7 00 "ANOTHFR TIME, ANOTHFR PLACE
CAMP BIERD Jerfy Lwl David Wayn 'k
7:00 s "THE SAD SACK" ,, V
; 1 M In ,VlstaVlslon
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. JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Position- offered by Ameneee
' Firm operating in Celoe Ffte
Zona to person With accounting
training and experience. Apply
in writing to: Junior Accountant
P.O. Box 536, Colon. R.P.
TV. Radios, Hi-Fi Transfers
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee em work, We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it. ' ,v
CRAWFORD- AGENCIES, Tlvett
Ave. 11-20. Tel, 2-1905.
For tetter Heme Service, "Always
Phone 3-7607. Panami. Service
from 9:00. avm. to 10:00 p.m.
. CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NAT NAT-ERS
ERS NAT-ERS I03, Colon 8057,1 7th St.
WANTED: Cook with refer,
ences, Appy house No. 501, 4th
St. Lac Cumbres,- R.P. Saturday'
and Sunday. B. H. Schmitt.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Boys 24"r M"
eike, tel. Balboa43tSrf!
WANTED: New or used sta stationery
tionery stationery electric .hoist. 3 ten ca capacity
pacity capacity "ELGA", Tel. 3-1650.
American couple wishes) te rent .,
house with two or three, bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, unfurnished, in good res -Idential
sector. Phone Hotel El
Panama, room. 515.
Dutch, eouple without children,
desire smaHv, furnished apart
ment- f o two. or three months.
Call ArenS, Hotel Tropieana 2-
Lee Remlck Named
To Replace Lana
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Aetresi
Lee Rertiick was signed last
night w replace Lana Turne
in the, film- version of the heat
selhni- novel "Anatomy of a Mur-
Ml;sSvTuraeave Hp the feml feml-tine
tine feml-tine lead in Hie film Monday be because
cause because she thoueht the costumes
she. was to wear were not "glam "glamorous"
orous" "glamorous" enough,'; according to pre-
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CEEP PO'WN ,)S MOTHER RED DEER'S
FIRST INSTRUCTION TO HER NEWBORN PAVVN.
AND SHE BACKS UP THE COMMAND WITH A
FIRM PRESSURE OP HER NOSE. THE LESSON
.LEARNED, THE VOUNOSTER UES
OBEDIENTLV sLL PAV LOKUS.
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wanted to get married on what he made!"
'Hey, Pop! There,' gentian of the press ere
Today s JV
2:34 3u Box Jury 8:30 Tht -Thin Man
S:l Sat. Matlne Bic: Big Shot 9:00 My Little Margie
5;0A ro "IMA
7:00 DnnH Day
7:30 t'v Got A Secret
:Q0, JThe Star ana The Story.
9:30 Hiahwav Patrol
10:00 Ptop'e Art fuimy
11:00 CFN NIWS
11:15 Knc: Golf Show.
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Crossroads Boys State Said Adventure
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F1BST U.S. Army Caribbean West Point applicants for 1959
are interviewed by Lt. Col. A. E. Bonniwell, USARCARIB's de deputy
puty deputy adjutant general, prior to taking their application tests
at .Fort Amador. The young aspirants are Sp-4 Raymond H.
Wifeori, left, Headquarters ,and Headquarters Battery, 4th Gun
Bittalion and Sp-4 Frank S. Shoemaker, right, Army Security
Agency, Fort Kobbe. These Regular Army applicants will go
to the West Point Preparatory School at Fort Belvoir, Va., if
Qualified, for training prior to entering West Point.
(U.S. Army Photo)
five West Point Aspirants
Meet Board Here Wednesday
:Five young men from Central
America and the Canal Zone will
twpear before a West Point Exam Exam-lithl
lithl Exam-lithl Board at Fort Clayton
Widiiesday to take West Point en en-tf
tf en-tf nc examinations.
Candidates for admission to the
tMted States Military Academy
Will undergo mental, medical and
steal aptitude tests to deter deter-ne
ne deter-ne their qualifications for admis admis-ton
ton admis-ton with the class scheduled to
eater the Academy in July.
Identical examinations are to be
held simultaneously at approxi approximately
mately approximately 25 other Army and Air
force installations in the United
States and overseas.
Local examinations will be con conducted
ducted conducted by a board of officers, with
Col. R. A. Jones Jr. as president,
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending S a. m. today Is
prepared hv the Meteorological
fend Hydrographlc Branch of the
fnma Canal Company:
f Balboa Cristobal
;;Hlgh 93 82
t tow '5 79
; High 91 89
Low 53 81
Mmax. mph) NW-18 -n
MWN (inches) 0 a
Inner harbors) 75 m
3Qatun Lake 84.35
Madden Dam 239.18
" BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
; 2 HIGH
3y?o: a.m 14.5 ft.
1&3I Mtu 14.8 ft.
it flYii 1
- lt'dhlew Orlean's Favorite Festival of Fun!
appointed by Maj. Gen. Charles L.
Dasher, commanding general, U.S.
Thpsa ichtdultd t tak th
ttsts here r: Ktnneth M. D
Gen and Christopher Tat of Fort
Clayton; A. S. Porax Vtntro of
Balboa; Jo$ A. Mahar of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; and M. Martin Rodri Rodri-guei
guei Rodri-guei of San Jost, Costa Rica.
Permission to take this exam examination
ination examination is limited to duly appointed
candidates, who have been nomi nominated
nated nominated from one of the sources pro
vided by Jaw and to whom, letters
of appointments have been issued
by the Department of the Army,
Jones emphasized that the local
examining board does not have au authority
thority authority to issue appointments or to
process applications for. appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. The total authorized strength of
the Corps Of Cadets and all sources
of appointment and admission are
specified by law. About 750 new
cadets are admitted each year.
Applicants seeking a Congress Congressional
ional Congressional appointment should apply di directly
rectly directly to their Senators or Repre Representative
sentative Representative ,and Jones advises that
this be done a year in- advance of
the intended date of admission to
All young men Interested in a
military career based on the col college
lege college training offered at West Point
are urged by Jones to address a
letter or postcard to The Adjutant
General, Washington, D.C., or The
Registrar, U.S. Military Academy,
West Point, New York, requesting
a copy of the West Point catalogue.
This publication, which is free,
furnishes detailed information on
all of the sources of appointment
all of the mental and physical re-
ouirements for admission, an out
line of the course of studies, and
general' Information and history of
the United States Military Acade
Serving with Jones on the board
are: Lt. Col. David M. Ramsey Jr
Maj. Ralph C. Singer, Maj. John
M. Rice, Capt. Gilbert E. Lilly,
and 2nd. Lt. John C. Buchanan.
AND POLITICAL SIGNS?
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) A
recommendation that the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature pass a bill prohibiting "un "unsightly"
sightly" "unsightly" roadside billboard adver advertisements
tisements advertisements brought objections from
some of the lawmakers.
"What about the signs of us po political
litical political candid: tes?" one lawmak lawmaker
er lawmaker asked.
PRICES: 75c. 40c.
1:00,,2:45, 4:45, 6:85, 9:00 p.m.
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I Wi I nll
n Government; Slated For March 1?
Crossroads Boys State, schedul scheduled
ed scheduled this year at Fort Clayton from
March 19 through 26, is an adven adventure
ture adventure in government and an expe
rience in good citizenship, pro program
gram program director Wayne Poland ex explained
plained explained this week.
Approximately 50 juniors from
Balboa and Cristobal High Schools
will be engaged in the hard but
rewarding work of learning what
government is, how to make it
work, and what it mean to peo people,
ple, people, Poland said.
This will be the fifth year that
the Boys State has been sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored in the Canal Zone by the Ameri American
can American Legion. Host to the gathering
at Clayton is U.S. Army Carib
The local Boys State has been
especially recognized by national
headquarters of the Legion,, Po
land explained. First the Canal
Zone program and textbook are
rated superior by the national or organization.
ganization. organization. Second, not only will
young citizens attend from the
Zone, but also representatives
from the Republic of Panama,
Al JWB Tomorrow
For Mrs. Miller
Memorial services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the
JWB auditorium on La Boca Road
for Mrs. Florence N. Miller, 69,
who died suddenly. Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the home of her son-in-law,
Earl M. Stone, in Ancon. She was
a long-time resident of the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., Mrs. Mil
ler came to the Isthmus in 1910 to
be married to Carter Miller,, who
later became chief of the Munici
pal Engineering Division on the
Atlantic Side. -, ,
Followinff her busbanavs death:
she was employed Dy the Clubhouse
Division until her retirement in
1950. She then spent some time In
California and in Utica; N.Y., with
recurring trios to the Canal Zone
For some time she had made her
home with her daughter and spn
in-law. Mr. ana Mrs. Mone.
In addition to her only daughter,
Mrs. Miller is survived by a broth brother.
er. brother. David Neville of California,
and three grandchildren, Mf s. John
Hopper of Sacramento, Calif.; Mal
colm Stone of King s point, im.y
and Kenneth Stone of the Air
Force, serving in Italy.
The family has requested that no
flowers be sent to the memorial
Laws Not Weakened
By Sunreme Court
WASHINGTON, March 7-r(UPI)
ThP President of the American
Bar Association (ABA) said last
night, "He does not agree with all
the statements in a controversial
ABA report charging the Supreme
Court has weakened U.o. anu-suD
Ross L. Malone said, "The report
was mere v an expression ui uic
opinions of the 10 individual men
who signed it.
He denied that the ABA s policy
making body was approving the
contents of the report when it a
doDted resolutions urging tighten
ing of the Subversive Laws at its
recent Chicago meeting.
House Judiciary Commi ttee
Chairman Emanuel Celler (D-N
Y.). debating with Malone on a ra
din .nroeram. (CBS-The Leading
Question) disagreed, tie saw me
resolutions could not be separated
from the committee report on
which thev were based.
"I think it's most inappropriate,"
Celler said, "for a body of lawyers
to link the court directly, or by in
nuendo, with aiding Communism .
which the report did in the popu
British Can Now
Mab Entire US
LONDON, Mar. 6 (UPI) Brit Britain
ain Britain boasted today about a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary radar device that would
allow a grouD of four planes to
map the entire United States on
one cross-country flight.
Air Secretary George Ward told
the House of Commons that the
new equipment was even more ac accurate
curate accurate than present radar devices
that "can take pictures which en enable
able enable airfields to be identified and
runways actually measured."
With "the even better equipment
being developed for the Victor," he
said, "we should, under favorable
conditions be able to estimate the
number of aircraft on the air airfield."
Ward' statement indicated that
a single flight of Victor planes
using the new radar equipment ap apparently
parently apparently could photograph every
plane on every airfield in the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union in one sweep.
Ward, who was careful not to re release
lease release too much information about
the top-secret radar equipment,
indicated that cloud cover would
have no effect on the accuracy of
Netherlands Antilles, Costa Rica
and Guatemala -are expected giy
ing further emphasis to the name
'Crossroads Boys siaie.
The 50 delegates have been ac
cepted through a careful screen screening
ing screening process which includes con consideration
sideration consideration of their qualifications as
to character, service, leadership
potential and serious intent to
learn, Poland stated. They also
must have the approval of their
parents and of their high school
principal before they are accepted.
Then the citizens are transplant
ed into a new society they be become
come become citizens of their own town.
They make the town come to life
and are faced witn tne promems
of government, Poland pointed out.
Leadership rapidly develops a a-mong
mong a-mong the citizens and they learn
to solve the problems of govern
ment that every town faces.
In this work, the Boys Mate ci.
tizens will be assisted by their
Governor, Warreri Taylor of Aru Aru-ba,
ba, Aru-ba, who was elected last year, by
a number of senior counsellors
college graduates who have work
ed in governmental iieias aim
by seven other high school seniors
who attended last year's session,
have shown an interest in govern
ment and wuungness to neip mis
An impressive list oi guest
speakers has been made up from
prominent local officials, Poland
said, rne major areas covereu cy
the speakers are town, city, coun county
ty county and state government, law en enforcement
forcement enforcement and the courts,' and le legislative
gislative legislative procedures.
Russia Payi Debt
To Du Ponl Company
For Technical Data
NEW YORK, March T (UPI)
tv. finviot nnrrhasine commis-
sioner announced here last nigm.
that Russia has settled- 4 World
War II debt for technical informa
tion obtained from the E. I. Du
Pont De Nemours Co. for $1,500,
000 in the hope of doing business
again with thj Delaware corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. Vladimir S. Alkhimov, purchas
ing commission chairman, said he
gave a check for the amount to
rx H. Dawson, Vice president df
Du Pont, in the Du Pont office in
Wilmington, Del., yesterday, thus
wiping out a claim that went back
to June. 1944. He said tne com pa
ny had settled for less than it had
'I think that we may buy
some products they produce, and
it is necessary to; know each owsr
better," Alhimov said,; "Maybe we
shall have some technical in
formation now which may be use useful
ful useful to them. It seems to me that
they think in the same way."
Alkhimov said the Soviet obliga
tion was for Information on the
commercial production of neo neo-prene
prene neo-prene synthetic rubber.. He said
his government felt Du Pont was
getting a bigger settment than
it deserved .because 1 Russia did
not have a synthetic,' rubber plant
in 1944 and had to invent a man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing system of its own.
Treatments Hay Be
Resumed For Dulles
WASHINGTON, March T-(UPI)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles may resume massive radia radiation
tion radiation treatments today for his ab abdominal
dominal abdominal cancer.
State Department -press officer
Lincoln White said doctors expect expected
ed expected to resume therapy from the one one-million
million one-million volt X-ray machine at Wal Walter
ter Walter Reed Army hospital, possibly
The treatments were begun Feb.
20 but halted earlier this week aft
er Dulles received a one-shot in
jection of radioactive gold.
Dulles future as Secretary of
State apparently still was unde
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) said yesterday he had a
"hunch" but no "real information"
that there would be a decision
wihtin two weeks on whether the
71-year-old Secretary can resume
full command of U.S. foreign poli policy.
cy. policy. Fulbright is chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations commit committee.
tee. committee. If Fulbright's hunch is correct,
Dulles' future role could be chart charted
ed charted before the March 19 visit here
of British Prime Minister Harold
A State Department spokesman
said he knew of no decision on
Dulles' future and refused to spec speculate
ulate speculate on any major personal role
for Dulles in the Macmillan talks
on the Berlin crisis.
It's unwrse to orgua with a fool.
Listenert may not know which Is
"On our first working day we
discuss two vital aspects of Beys
State, good citizenship and parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary procedure. Without know knowledge
ledge knowledge of these qualifications, demo democracy
cracy democracy would be doomed," Poland
declared. ; Mr Mr-Boys
Boys Mr-Boys State can best be summed
up by its creed, Poland said: "A "A-mericah
mericah "A-mericah citizenship is my most
priceless possession-1 believe in
the constitutional -form -of govern-,
ment of the United States of Amer
ica which guarantees-me the right J
to worship uoa as 'i choose, ana,
as a citizen, equal opportunity
as a citizen, equal opportunity
and equal educational rights.
"It is my obligation to particip participate
ate participate in and contribute my effort to
the civic and political welfare of
my community, state and nation.
"I resolve to learn and under understand
stand understand government and the civic
needs of my community, and I
hereby dedicate myself to the task
of arousing and maintaining a like
interest in my fellow citizens.
"Therefore, may the experience
of Boys State be ever with me as
a reminder of my obligation to
US Drafts Answer
To Khrushchev Note
On Berlin Crisis
Washington: March 7 (UPi;
Administration officials today
finished hammering out a rougn
draft of a proposed allied reply
to Russia on the Berlin crisis.
The reply, high officials said,
welcomes Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's grudging acceptance.
of the western proposal tor a Dig
four toreien ministers' eonterence
on Berlin and Germany. But the
proposed ho e makes it clear that
the meeting cannot take place on
the narrow terms laid down by
Officials said the American sug-
gestion; for an allied reply was
among the matters discussed yes yesterday
terday yesterday with Congressional lead leaders
ers leaders when they met wi h President
The chief executive held two J0 J0-minute
minute J0-minute meetings with the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional leaders, talking in the morn morning
ing morning with the egislative big lour
and then holding a, follow-up late
afternoon session attended by top
members of the Senate and House
Armed Services and Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committess.
The Congressional leaders gave
Eisenhower a virtual wartime
pledge of support in the Berlin cri
sis after he briefed them- on his
firm determination not to yield
to Russian pressures or threats.
DIXIE LESSON-Versatile actress-singer
Connie Tower had
to leam her English all over
again southern style --for1 a
movie! "The Horse Soldiers."
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ki the Civil War period film,
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Limited War Over Berlin Would
Nikita Tells Red Workers Russia Is Strongest
LEIPZIG, March 7 (UPI)
Soviet Premier Nikifa S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev warned today that even a
limited' war over Berlin would be become
come become a global holocaust that ,wiH
end with the destruction ,of the
"If a new war starts, eveti if it
starts as a small war, it will end
in the destruc ion of capitalism,
Khrushchev told a Communist
In a hard-hitting, uncompromis uncompromising
ing uncompromising speech, the Soviet premier
called far a policy of strength in
dealine with the west.
"We recognize ui right of using
strength in dealing with the lm
perialist," he' said.,
Arctic Stamp To Mark
01 Peary's Arrival
wr&aWTNnTON. Mar. 7 (UPI)
The post Office Department
announced today lt wouia issue
Arctic explorations comme
morative postage stamp Apru
6 at Cresson, pa., Dirinpiacc oi
Adm. Robert E. Peary, discov discoverer
erer discoverer of the North Pole.
The four-cent sxamp wm
mark the 50th anniversary oi
Pearv's arrival at the Pole on
April 6, 1909.- r
It also will note last years
histnrv-makine voyage of tne
atomic submarine jNaumus un under
der under the Pole while crossing
beneath the Arctic ice cap.
The stamp, deslg n e d by
George Samerlan of Katonah,
N.Y., pictures the upper por portion
tion portion of the globe with the North
Polp area emDhasized The glo
bal area Is divided horizontal
ly with the upper segment In
dicative of surface transporta
tion and the lower portion oi
were $81.50 a week. The two-year
Superimposed on the upper agreement also provided inereas inereas-nnslt.inn
nnslt.inn inereas-nnslt.inn is a man and his doe- ps in v.irintifc fringe items. 5 : 5
drawn sled. On the lower por
tion is a view of the Nautilus
The stamp bears the dates of
1909 and 1959 and the inscrip inscription
tion inscription "Arctic Explorations."
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John Knick. Mrs Arnold Hodgson.
Ohn Knlck. Mrs ArnnlH Hnriasnn
"When you talk tip the imperial imperialists
ists imperialists you need not only morals but
you must be supported by
Khrushchev said war is not a
certainty because the Communist
bloc is now stronger than the west.
"The lamb tried to eat the lion
but its stomach was too small,"
he said, t : ,i 'v
"War is ho "fonger inevitable.
This is so not because the imperial
ists have become better but Joe
cause they have become weaker.
The forces of peace are stronger
than ever before.
In Communist terminology, im
perialist" is synonymous with the
west and "forces of peace" means
the Communist world. .
KharUshchev ridiculed western
reports the Soviet Union fears Red
China or is having difficulty, with
it- ,. ::...
a western visitor saia u me
'Are you not afraid of the Chinese?
They have such a high birthrate.'
I answered, 'Yes, I know
NY Cemetery Strike
Ends With Raise
NEW YORK, March 7 (UPI)
A three-day strike against 10 ce ce-meteries
meteries ce-meteries in, the Metropolitan Area
ended today. &
Negofiationg for a gravediggers
union and cemetery operators
reached agreement after an 11
hours marathon negotiations meet
ing with City Labor commissioner
The union. Local 365 of. the Ce
metery and Greens Attendants Un
ion, of the Building bervice em employes
ployes employes Union, said the 1.000 strik striking
ing striking gravediggers would return to
A union spokesman said the
union hnd won its demand for an
.$86 wage the. first year and $88 m
the scvoi .' year. Pre-strike wages
i The strike had affected 10 Jew
ish. Protestant and non-sectarian
cemeteries in New York City and
Nassau and West-Chester count
upwiiuaA. avjOj r I cllljk' -UUrie V
"Thiswas a typical middle-class'
concep ion.'!. . .
Khrushchev said all Communists'
help one ano'her. t
"If you ask me what I am,, Ij
say I am not a Russian but a 1
Communist," he declared J
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