The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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more people buy V
Seagram's YO. fcr
than any other
imported whisky. SSl

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DONOVAN Civil Affairs Director, presents the keys

HENRY L.

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ertKdenhizer Grade Five, who were student speakers; the Rev. Theodore Franklin, of the
Margarita Union Church; and vCapt;Lucien La,bel, president of the Atlantic Parent Teachers
Association.

US Solon Calls Panama Ferment
Disturbing; Sees No Middle Class

H WASHINGTON, March 10 (UPl) Republican Representative-
Don Short aid today that recent. riots 1,
Colombia" are -"symptoms of something very disturbing that Is
afoot Mn latin American countries.';, -. ,.
i In statement issued to the press, Short said;
'It seems t me when we consider the troubles of ouremo ouremo-tional
tional ouremo-tional latin American neithbors; we have to keep in mindtwo
thlnrs. First there, are historic reasons for the discontent ver
v- the centuriei therelias been iraaitioflalTharOMrvisioirietwefea

the rich and the .poor, mere nas
L
Nntt, tlio sfirrincs that have af
lected peoples in the underdevel underdevel-ped
ped underdevel-ped and so-called colonial areas
bf the: world are manifesting them them-telves
telves them-telves i our hemisphere.
"Here the problem has not been
kne of throwing off the yoke of a
oreign empire, but of finding a
low and .painful way toward a
ettes economip. posihon 4or tne

if "The roott often ld
' lutlort end turmoli that quest

get on.
"The HUterate man in the bana bana-ha
ha bana-ha belt, for instance his body, bent
frith years of manual labor, hears
tmiet insistent voices tell him tna,t
te is no longer chained to a way
"r ... .1 ..... t.;. f ather's and
W tather's father's before him.
He can JioW aspire to-something
better. : '
MaxiceftArmyXamp
Searched For W
Of Vood
' MONTEKREY,' Mexico March
10(UPI) MiUtary police are
, combing W nny ;p hQ J
hidden remnants of m gai
' has Wiled 31.4rinker here in the
past 96 .hours. ' 1
The alcohol; intended fof use as
-naint thinner, was stolen from
. aiiwuv'tank car 'on a siding. De
tween the army camp and a re re-l
l re-l cruiting Renter for migrant farm
; u, nt ih victims were in the
eamp of the- migrant center, but
enough of the .alcohol got into cir-

... culation to ause a -tuuu
" h1rs throughout. Monterrey have
been closed since Saturday, when
the alcohol was stolen, and I the cus-
torn of eellingf"wffee-.withualoo.
. hol'Mn groceries ha been abrupt abrupt-'
' abrupt-' ly suspended.'' 4
. VA-.j.Mf. inlff 4ff Persons who

; came to him to be 1reaed forwood
.inohnt nnisoninir proved to be suf-

rrn Mm nnthine more serious

, ., than hangovers caused by ordinary

; Sergan&lcvoltl
: ; Bail Appeal.
liStilllindeciclcd

;i ? ( A" declslonlwM V stilt being

awaited todav on art appeal a
gainst the $25001 ball set for
five civilians allegedly involved
m lasi weeK s irustrated w
teants' revolt'- i:';. Sst ."h-i'?
i The three civilians who. had

, been undet arrest Carlos Cal Cal-ladilla.
ladilla. Cal-ladilla. David Abad and Miguel
A. Ordonez wer released
.., last i- week.t arid" alongwithf the
r other ; two; f suspects, v newsman

t Kamon H. juraao and ex-cab-
- inet minister Dr. Sergio- Gon
, rale? Ruiz.i who were in hiding,
r havs returned o their Jobs.
, r;,..,-.y;.

- i
oeen no nuuuic mass w irct
"When w consider the above
facts, wt can understand bettor
some of the reasons for the
South American headlines,
The communistsiunderstand our
neighbors to the south, too, and
would like to exploit the legitimate
aspirations of the people to their
own ends. They are taking full ad
vantage of their' opportunities all
over the world, ; -'
"The free enterprise system has
a strong message for, the uncom
mitted peoples of Latin America. .
There is no refuting the tact that
our system has given more to all
classes of people than any -other,
anywhere in the world." :
Boatswain Collapses
In Cristobal Office
While Convalescing
A longtime employe of the
Canal Company's Navigation
DivisidnV collapsed yesterday a
few moments after he walked
into the1 Cristobal Port Cap Captain
tain Captain office to claim a back
paycheck.
Only a few hours before, Au Au-rello
rello Au-rello Oglivie, 55, Panamanian,
had been .released' from Coco
Solo Hosbitai .after extensive
treatment for a cardiac condi
tiofi." -r' vy--
Although not yet returned to
duty, Oglivie went to the Port
Captain's office to pick up his
last salary cnecK. immediately
upon entering the nice he felt
ill and laintea.
The Cristobal fire depart department
ment department promptly sent a resusci resusci-tator
tator resusci-tator squad and Dr. H. de la
Gazza sped there from the Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital. After reviving,
the patient was returned- to the
hospital for examination.
Oglivie, who makes his home
at Rainbow City, is a boatswain
with the Navigation Division.
He has been employed by the
Canal since 1931.
Bid Offered
By Brouwer For
Inside Paint Job t
: : r- V,.;.v '; -:;t.
A low bid of. $238il waa offer offeree
ee offeree by Servicio Brouwer on the
interior painting of the Civil
Affairs Building.: Bids were
opened at (Balboa' Heights yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.' v 1 1
Other bids ranging from S48J8
to $8722 were-submitted by Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Contrftctorsj Inc., Tropical
rami uo. ana Anthony Leg Leg-giere.
giere. Leg-giere. -wX'n'-i.
.The interior paint w 6 r k
scheduled for, the civil Affairs
Building will be the first to be
done on the ; inside of the
building since it was taken bver
by the Canal Zone government
several years ago,; The exterior
palntina of the ; building was
completed last year,

to the new Coco Solo Element-
ma;H hV1v iAk
84 Jobs Open
Up On Canal,
Most At Locks
Eighty-four positions, are now a a-vailaWe
vailaWe a-vailaWe with the Canal organiza organization;
tion; organization; according to the transfer .va .vacancy
cancy .vacancy bulletin -.of the Personnel
LBureau.--'--'' v
Fifty-six of the vacancies are
with the Locks Division. Six tem
porary positions are available for
boatmen i i8 for heavy laborers;
14 ior helper lock operators, and -16
for towing locomotive operators.
Other permanent positions open
in the Locks Division are guard,
lock operator (carpenter) and lock
operator (wireman).
The Division of Schools hasopen hasopen-ings
ings hasopen-ings for eight high school teachers
and four elementary school teach
ers. All vacancies are on the Pa
cific side of the Isthmus.,
, The Industrial Bureau has 14 va
cancies. They are temporary help
er boilermaker for which there are
two openings; temporary helper
shipwright for which there are six
openings; marine machinist for
which there are two onenmes: mne-
fitter; and three shipwright posi
tions, two of which are temporary
Other positions now available are
automotive machinist in the Motor
Transportation Division,-clerk (two
positions, one temporary) in the
Health Bureau; clerk stenographer
in, the Division of Schools; clerk
typist m the Engineering Division;
clerk typist in the' Police Division:
'. Also construction inspector in the
Contract and Inspection Division;
highway maintenance laborer in
the- Maintenance Division; nurse
anesthetist in the Health Bureau:
statistical, draftsman on the execu executive
tive executive planning staff; and truck
driver in the Motor Transportation
Division.
jThere are four openings for the
latter, position.
Jdvifs Plans Bill
To Combat Rising
Teenaqe Crime
Washington (UPiv-sen. Ja Jacob
cob Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.) says, the
arrests of teen-agers may soon to total
tal total a million a year in the United
State? unless steps are taken- to
halt a sharp rise in juvenile, de delinquency.
linquency. delinquency.
Javits said he will introduce a
bill td provide 39 million dollars
in federal aid to states during the
next five years in an effort to
combat "the alarming increase in
youth ; crime now approaching
emergency proportions."

Virginia Students Spend Week At Integrated Jersey rfgft School 33

' EDITOR'S NOTE Two of officials
ficials officials of the Student Council of
Lane High School In Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, Va., have ut completed
a week's visit at Atlantic City
High School where one-third ef
the student! are Negroes. The
Virginia students were invited
to observe hew- Integration
works In the New Jersey school.
The following dispatch dealt
with their reactions.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. March

10 (UPI) The Negro boy sitting
in school across the aisle ) was
"just another kid in class'-' to IT-year-oldJon
Bailey of Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, Va. f
' The gy(h studentstwo classes
sharing the same roomwere
''V; 'i; ""r "-jjrl '' i1-'', !' 1

IP

RKNewsrrien Remain Firm
Against Proposed Gag Law

- Panama newsmen today remained firm in their stand a

gainst A proposed "gag" law, despite assurances ; by -President
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. that the proposed decree would be

revised. a ,!'''',
. Yesterday the President assured Renato Ozores, a mem member
ber member of the Inter-American Press Association's freedom of the

press committee, that tn 0,11 wnt to the Permanent Legislative

committee would be reconsiaerea.
However, Ricardo Llnce, president of the Panama Newsmen's
Union,, ioday said the -anion is sticking to his original position
that anv chanres in the present laws f overnlnr publications are

unnecessary and uncalled for.
Llp.ce holds that all that Is
necessary is that present laws
governing libel be applied to
the letter.
1 The proposed decree 1 w
would rmodifv present laws to
the point where persons found
guilty toy mayors or carrying
,out. voicing or publistving
threatening, offensive, depres depressive
sive depressive or -mocking expressions a-
bout s the Chief Executive or
others officials could be sen sentenced'
tenced' sentenced' to JaU terms a ranging
from one to six jnonths.
Publication of the text of the
bill Saturday, brought Imme Immediate
diate Immediate 'reaction from the Pan Panama'
ama' Panama' Newspapermen's Union,
which regarded It as an at attempt
tempt attempt to curtail freedom of
speech and assembly.
The fact that the bill also
provides similar jail terms
for persons who write, print,
manufacture or circulate ob objectionable
jectionable objectionable publications, car cartoons,
toons, cartoons, drawing or painting a a-'
' a-' gainst the President and
other, was interpreted in
some quarters to. mean' that
in .the ease of newspapers.
--4eHnots,i reporters-, lino typist
make-up 'men, printers, virt,
3 More Countries
Protest Panama's
12-Mite Wafer Limit
A total ot six maritime coun countries
tries countries have now, protested Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's extension of her territo territorial
rial territorial seas from three to 12 miles.
Protests have recently been
received from. Italy, Holland
and W'st Germany, theToreign
Office said yesterday.
Japan, the United States and
Great Britain had previously
filed protests.
The three 'hew protests took
issue with Panama's right to
extend Its territorial seas ,uni
laterally,
In rejecting the new protests,
the Foreign Office said that
modern International law rec
ognizes a maximum of 12 miles
for territorial seas, and that
nothing In -it forbids any na
tion from taking such steps.
The reply was Identical with
that sent the first three nations
which protested shortly after
the law was enacted and sign
ed last December,
Governor Dated Up
For Civic Talks,
Mock And Genuine
Gov. W. E. Potter will meet in
executive session with officers of
Latin American Civic Councils on
March 17 and with officers of Unit United
ed United States citizen Councils on Mar.
24, it was announced today.
Both sessions will start at 2:30
p.m. and both will be held in the
Board room of the' Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The Governor also plans to con conduct
duct conduct a mock council meeting for
members of Boys and Girls State
on Saturday night, March 21, at
the Fort Clayton hospital building.
Officers of U.S. Councils will par participate
ticipate participate to show the youngsters a
council meeting in action.
just high school students to Su Su-sanne
sanne Su-sanne Prederickson, also 17, and
also of Charlottesville. She hard hardly
ly hardly noticed some wire white, some
wfere Negro.'"1''",";'
Bailey, president of the student
Council at Lane High School in
Charlottesville, .. and Susanne, a
senior member of the council,
spent last week visiting Ihe At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City high school for a first firsthand
hand firsthand study of integration. About
900 of the 2,880 pupils there are
Negro. v.i-1-!.--. .-V
, Beth ta id they ; ''enjoyed It,
very much." .r .
, The two white 'Southern 'pupils,
whose school has been ordered to
integrate, attended classes with
Negroes every day. .ate in the
school cafeteria, whir : Mesroea

culation managers and even
newsboys would be liable for
jail if any of the infractions
specified in the bill was com committed,
mitted, committed, A resolution by the News
men's Union -repudiating the
proposed decree-law last Satur
oay gained widespread support
irom allied groups and civic
organizations all over the coun country.
try. country. In the light of yesterday's as
surances by the President, the
union plans to adopt a wait
and see" attitude, but remains
firm in its opposition to any
change in present libel laws.
Complete Victory
Claimed Over Mosul
Rebels In Beirut
Baghdad Radio- today Maimed
total .. victory over the Mosul
rebels &nd the death of their
leaden It-also charged a "for "foreign
eign "foreign state" ,' had backed them
and bluntly warned it to aban
don this intrigue.-' ;
The government broadcast
did not .identify the "one par particular
ticular particular state which (it said)
cooperates with the imperial imperial-ists.v
ists.v imperial-ists.v Some reports said it was the
United Arab Republic and
others said it might be one of
the pro-western Baghdad Pact
nations. There was no substan substantiation
tiation substantiation here for either theory.
A military Baghdad Radio
broadcast by Gaghdad Radio
said that the rebel Mosul Ra
dio from which Sunday's revolt
was first proclaimed actually
was "an enemy underground
transmitter belonging to a for foreign
eign foreign state."
Wherever located, the '"Mo '"Mosul"
sul" '"Mosul" station was silent today
It had been off the air for 12
hours as of mid-morning and
the silence strengthened outside
convictions that Iraqi Premier
Abdel Karirn Kassem has crush
ed the- north Irak uprising in
its second day.
US Income Tax
Expert In Panama
Until April.15
Andrew Gerda of the U.S. In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue Service will be in
Panama until April 15 to assist
U.S. Citizens with their income
tax returns.
t Gerda emphasizes that all U.S.
citizens abroad must file returns
under the 1958 law, even though
tey may be exempt from taxa taxation,
tion, taxation, For convenience it is suggested
that an appointment be made by
telephone to the U.S. Embassy to
avoid delay.
Gerda will be at the U.S. Con Consulate
sulate Consulate in Colon on April 2 and
3.
T
ate rode in integrated school
buses and cheered a high school
basketball team which had Negro
pupils. Their Atlantic City hosts
said the two taught them their
Lane school cheers. And, they
said,i any integration at Char Charlottesville
lottesville Charlottesville "would be peaceful."
Jen and Sutanne agreed that
"the frlendllnett of everyone
Including the Negreet Wat an
outstanding feature ef their
Vltlt.j
.""We were pleased with the
week and enjoyed it very much much-We
We much-We had no resentment nor, any
dislike of the Negroes," Susanne
said, with Joa adding "r was
brought up that way."
"We were not dissurbed hy the
nraxlmity jbf the Nefroet. We

Costs

Thief In Jo7,
Cops at Work,
More Charges
John N .Martinez, a 36-year-old
British Honduran already serving
40 days in jail on three misde-,
meanor convictions, found more
woes heaped on his head today
when he was charged with two ad additional
ditional additional thefts, one of them a felo felony.
ny. felony. The man with the woe, once em employed
ployed employed with the Grounds Division
as a grasscutter, was first arrest arrested
ed arrested on March 5, charged with va vagrancy
grancy vagrancy and petty larceny.
On that occasion he was ar arretted
retted arretted at Diablo Heights and
charged with the theft of a small
electric motor from the home of
R. E.! Hellmund and the theft of
a portable radio from the home
of H. W. Rigby.
In two successive appearances in
Balboa Magistrate's Court Marti Martinez
nez Martinez was found guilty on all three
charges.
Judge John E. Deming sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced him to serve 10 days in jail for
the vagrancy charge, 30 days Tn
jail for the motor theft, and sus
pended sentence with one year's
probation on the theft of the radio.
The property was recovered.
But dtttctivt were not idle a
Martinez began serving hit jail
tenterice. A Panama City pawn
ticket' among the prisoner' per personal
sonal personal possession wat redeemed
and yielded an electric fan.
A further check revealed the fan
was reported stolen from a Diablo
house about two -weeks ago.
Meanwhile a check Of Martinez'
ente Lnrm nrt
the
unsolved Christmas kDax..thjcft,;et
an electric motor and various ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, the .motor and accesso accessories
ries accessories were taken from the home of
Robert Brown, Diablo,, and are val valued
ued valued at $143. Neither the motor nor
the fittings have ever been recov recovered.
ered. recovered. ;
Since $50 It the line separating
misdemeanor from feloniout
larceny charge, Martinez had
new been accorded the distinc
tion of the big league:
After additional questioning
police, the prisoner confessed
the later 'theft charges.
by
to
Religious Pictures
Leave like Church;
Burglary Charaed
Charles A. Larrier, 23, an un-l
employed Panamanian, was ar ar-voatoi
voatoi ar-voatoi vesterdav by Cristorai
police and charged with a bur:
glary he allegedly committed
approximately Feb. 12.
Police have hunted the sus suspect
pect suspect for some time in connec connection
tion connection with .he theft last month
of 12 'framed religious pictures
from the Puerto Escondldo Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Cliurch.
Puerto Escondldo is a small
community on the Atlantic side
shore of .Gatun Lake.
Larrier waived a preliminary
hearing in Magistrate's Court
and was bound over to U S.
District Court, Cristobal Divi Division,
sion, Division, fc trial on the felony
charge.
City Treasurer
Starts Paying
Pending Bills
The newly-appointed Panama
City Treasurer yesterday started
paying pending bills owned by
the city.
City Treasurer Modesto Avila
said the bills that were being pay payed
ed payed are those for small amounts
which were practically ready for
disbursement when he took office.
He said bills for larger amounts
would be paid later after they have
been studied in detail.
didn't have too much time to e e-valuate
valuate e-valuate their educational poten potentials,
tials, potentials, but they looked very capa-
MIC BLUUCUL0, tirvvii tag)! t,u
"But." Jon added. "I was sur
prised to seeiiNegro teachers
(there are seven on the ls-mem-
ber school faculty). I prepared
myself for the pupils, but still,
was sort of funny to walk In there
and there they. were.
"I wasn't bothered the least,
nor was I disturbed, by their
.pretence.
, ;. 1 ,.k":!'V;
"In the long run, Jt was just an another
other another kid In clasi. they were
dressed like the white boys.
their dress at any time wasn't
any more exaggerated than that
of the white boys."

Locals 900, 907
Question Claim
Of 2.3 Drop
Locals 900 and 907, AFL-CIO. said torlnv Pnnnmn'

assistant Comptroller, Eduardo McCullough, got his terms

h.acu ur rne weeKena when he reported a 2.3 percent
drop in the cost of living in Panama.
McCullough should have reooried n Ann in tho cf,4

ardof living instead of the cost of living, the unions con contend.
tend. contend. Most of the unions' members live in Panama.

a union statement said: "Canal Zone workers, whose
purchasing power has been reduced approximately 30
percent since the implementation of the Remon-Eisen-hower
treaty began in 1956, feel the effects of a rapidly
increasing cost of living keenly.
i TLhel' canot rconci,e the reduced value of the dol dollar
lar dollar with the assistant comptroller's statistics that claim
a reduction of 2.3 percent in the cost'of living in Pcmd-ma.

McCullough's figures showed current cost of livina
Panama to be 97.7 percent of the 1952 bn hie AonnrtZ

in

nient uses: r
Latest Zone figures show US rtiter's cost of living
up 4.9 percegt since 1956 and local-rate cost of living u&

. Increase)
Stateside jsWe llU'lk l.S $rteni,
according to"Paftama Canal fig figures,
ures, figures, U SBaterseostg1 are there therefore
fore therefore rising more slowly than those
of their Stateside compatriots.
McCullough declared that while
his department's figures showed a
1.8 percent raise over the1952 fig figures
ures figures in the cost of housing, the
cost of food was down 3.3 percent,
and the cost of clothing down 9.5
percent.
These changes aVeraeed out at
the 2.3 overall decline in the cost
of living.
1 Noting McCullough's claim "with
dismay," today's spokesman for
Locals 900 and 907 expressed "deep
interest in the formula McCul McCullough
lough McCullough used for arriving at these
! figures. r
"Prom the experience of the
consumer for the last teveral
years' the spokesman said, "the
dollar has provided less and lest
with each succeeding vitit to the
ttore.
"This condition is not peculiar to
Panama, as it prevails also in the
countries from which Panama im imports
ports imports some 60 percent of the staple
goods which are consumed by the
buying public.
"The dollar is buying less in the
Canal Zone, too," he' added, and
concluded by observing that the
standard of living rather than the
cost of living has been reduced.
, US-rate Canal Zone compari comparisons
sons comparisons with the categories McCul-
ROTC Field Night
Set For March 20
At Balboa Stadium
The eleventh annual ROTC field
night is to be held at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Friday, March 20, affording
competition in military subjects be between
tween between the two Canal Zone ROTC
units, Cristobal High School and
Balboa High School.
There will be competition be between
tween between individuals, squads, pla platoons,
toons, platoons, and companies. In addition
each school will exhibit their drill
team.
The winners in each category are
awarded medals, and plaques, and
the commanding officers of the
winning platoon and company will
be presented a sabre.
He said the classes he attended
were for pupils who achieve high
marks, and "u they were in tnose
classes, they must be good."
"Everyone was so friendly, all
of the time," Susanne said
"Their friendliness impressed me
tremendously. One Negro girl
came up to me in the cafeteria
and said jhe hoped we would
have a nice visit and enjoy our ourselves."
selves." ourselves." "I noticed too," Sutanne taid,
and Jon agreed, "it wat much
like anywhere else.
"In the cafeteria, groups of
friends sat and talked. There
were no strictly Negro, no strict strictly
ly strictly white tables. Groups with the
same interests and the same

.JJjiyUm): Housing, up 3.
Prwnrj rooa, up I A percent
clothing, Up 4.1 percent. V
Only minus tignt In tho US
Rate statistics are house furnish'
ingt (down .3 percent, and read reading
ing reading and recreation, down 2.8 per per-cent.
cent. per-cent. Till June 1958, no overall local
rate cost of living statistics were
kept on the Canal Zone, so there is
no basic year on which to compute
long-haul percentage changes such
as cited by McCullough for Pan Panama
ama Panama and by Balboa .Heights for US
Raters.
Tun Designer Here
To Dream Up New
Co rial Towcraft
Thomas D. Bowes, world fa famous
mous famous naval architect and engi engineer,
neer, engineer, arrived in the Canal Zone
yesterday for a brief visit dur during
ing during which he will discuss plans
for a new type of Canal tug.
Bowes, whose office is in
Philadelphia, is probably the
foremost designer of tugs in the
United States. He has been an
active marine architect since
1905 when he was graduated
from the Naval Architectural
School at Cornell.
His firm has done work for
the Maritime Commission, the
Army Engineers, and the Navy
and has designed tugboats for
most of the major port cities
in the United States.
Fractured Pontiac
Up For Bidding I
In Ancon Mar. 19
Balboa police officials an announced
nounced announced today that on March
19 they will of fer. at public auc auction
tion auction one abandoned and slight
ly disheveled Pontiac station
wagon, vintage 1950.
The vehicle may be inspected,
at the Motor Transport Divi Division,
sion, Division, Ancon.
The auction will take place
at 10 am at the Balboa police
station.
Percent Negro
friends gathered together and
chatted and ate, like anywhere
else. It was the same thing after
school. Some were all Negro
groups, with their own interests,
off by themselves."
Jon is a thoughtful student who
wants to study geology. Susanne -Is
inerested in law, or a major
degree in English. They agreed ;
that the friendly attitude of all
of the pupils, white and Negro,
they met during the week, was
impressive. 't
Susanne and Jon were invited
by the Atlantic 1 City Student
Council to visit the school and
see integration in the North. Per-,
mission was granted at Charlottes-
ville. The Atlantic City students
I paid tb



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THE MAIL BOX

CHEESE AND CEMETERIES
lir:
With my ear to the ground in knocking around Panama I was
luife surprised to learn that the American cheese now being sent to
Manama by the United States Government for free distribution to
ichool children, along with powdered milk, is not reaching those it is
tatCAdvery poor woman with three small children told me that all the
boor people can get now is the powdered milk, as those who distrib distrib-ite
ite distrib-ite these free US products have developed another outlet or market
'r When1 "was boarding at a pension in the Interior I asked the lady
kfio ran the place where she got the fine American cheese being serv served
ed served She mentioned that her daughter was a school teacher and sent
It to her. She also mentioned that I might be able to buy some at
(0 cents per pound. (Duty paid cheese: $1 pound).
In listening to the radio and the difficulty the councilmen had in
locating a cemetery in the outskirts of Panama it came to my mind
that owner of land near the corn silos on the Transisthmian highway
had offered land for this use but he was told his "kickback or com commission
mission commission to the purchasing powers was not enough.
Pretty Foon we expect to hear over the radio "Save your empty
U.S. beer bottles as they are better than trading stamP Wortr

PORTRAIT

Sir:
A little guessing game for your
- wk

Question: wno am if ... 1 am a ouuemiii. a i.-
superior to all Panamanians, all of my- fellow Americans living in
Panama all of the servicemen stationed in the Canal Zone and all of
the people living in the United States. I like to embarrass my coun country
try country and to make a laughing stock out of its foreign policies. I am
over-paid (but don't tel' my boss) and have very little expense (al (although
though (although I like to make people think the opposite). I am forever om om-plaining
plaining om-plaining and backbiting, but I am a regular churchgoer (it makes a
good showing). I step on people who try to get the same privileges
that I have. It someone who doesn't know me says "hello to me on
the street, I glare at him (he must be a little screwy). No one; but
no -one: can change my old-fashioned opinions. I cpuldn t get a job
in Jthe US, but that is because the degenerate people there wouldn t
appreciate my talents.
' I love myself. Who ani I?
; Answer: A typical resident of the Canal Zone.
Bottor-than-thou

ICEBOX
Sir:

' Families in Los Rios and Diablo need some help. I don t want to
eo to the Civic Council meetings to bring this up, but wish the au authorities
thorities authorities would put a big icebox in the Diablo Service Center, just
like the one in the Diablo Cossary with fresh milk, cottage cheese,
TlSVecouM H. vU8
bands take the family fr M'fr he tnovies we could buy
the next dav's lunch for our husbands and children before going home.
Even bachelors can eat a sandwich at triidrtight when they get hungry.
More facilities should be offered for big families, as they are in
the States. Some of as do not have two cars for shopping and recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, and public transportation is not good here.
; Ancon and Balboa families can take their children to the movies
or the swimming pool and do a little shopping afterwards. The com commissary
missary commissary is right next door. 1 1
i Someone should help Los Rios and Diablo families enjoy equal
convenience. .....
Disgusted Mother

LITTLE BOY IN CURUNDU
5ir:
I want to congratulate "Mother" (Mail Box, March 4) on her let letter
ter letter about the boy in Curundu. For months on mr way to the post of office
fice office and clubhouse I saw this little innocent victim of laziness. Thanks
to "Mother," and to many other persons who have complained, the
little hoy is untied now He even has a new pair of sports shoes, God
bless him. He looks human, and glad that his mother has a heart
Another Mother

WORK FOR THE GENERALS
s
Sir:
I know just how "NCO's Wife" (Mail Box, March 6) must feel
about work that gets done for a general. I put in a work order a few
days ago to have a put in in my quarters. The work order was
reutrned disapproved. It was stated that the type of I already had
was standard in the kind of quarters I am assigned to.
All I have to say is that it is a poor Army that will bring its En Enlisted
listed Enlisted Men all the way down here and not let them have Just a little
to make it feel like home, while all some officers have to do s get
on the phone, call the Engineers, give their name, and say: "I would
like some of your men to come up here and put up some for me."
Comes the answer;, "Yes, sir. We'll be right up."
I am going to put in another work order for something I need
badly. If it is disapproved there are some people in Washington who
would love things like this to talk about
22-year M4ttr Srgnt

OAMBOA SWIMMING MEET

Sir:
According to Sunday's Panama American the Gamboa swimming
meet was a huge success. True, "many deserve credit for their ef efforts,
forts, efforts, but what about pool officials who allowed the participation of
iDefffll relay teams?
The applications clearly stated that teams were to consist of chil children
dren children living in the same community. Why was this rule waived to fa favor
vor favor one townsite? Surely. Balboa has as good a chance to obtain
four swimmers for a team as does Los Rios. I am curious to know
why Balboa was permitted to use children from a townsite other
than Balboa.
' Irregularities such as these are detrimental to this grand sport
ajid should not be tolerated. Are not the rules for all to follow? Here
Is something for the newly formed swimming club to sink their teeth
lpto ano set aaight.
As one who attended meetings and listened to the hopes and fu future
ture future plans of this organization I shall be waiting to see if this club is
worthy of my contribution.
Rules R. Rules

WHO IS INTERESTED IN THE UN?
( What ever happened to the United Nations Association that was
formed on the Isthmus about 12 years ago soon after the UN was
launched in San Fr:isco?
We have cocktail aprties and cat clubs. (I belong) and groups for
taking pictures, and giving plays, and for digging up minerals and
prehistoric pots all very fine. We have Girl and Boy Scoot and
Staters (excellent, should be more) Recently we've formed a Pana Panama
ma Panama Museum. Society, and a hands across-the-border group to, swap
eul-cha (my dues are coming).. There is also a UNESCO, group (I'm
going to look Into it). t
f What about the big thing? J
1 What are we Isthmians at a group of world citizens doing to try
to bring about the kind of world pace that will prevent a holocaust?
' If there's a remnant of the United Nations Association hereabouts
I'll join, if it's extinct, who wants to revive it?
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ueorge Meany. roe lauur ieaucr
was discussing the proposed aai.. aai..-racketeering
racketeering aai..-racketeering ulils wji enaL
ieaaer. But Meany aid not irnnu
being interrupted.
These were not Lyndon John
son's Texans. iney were Geoie
Meany's Texans. iney were pui.
of the 3,500 delegates to uie iuui
annual legislatives conierence 01
the Building and Cousjuc.iou
Trades Dept. of the Aiu-CiO.
They had me- in full conveuuoa
the day beiore with similar ueie ueie-gadons
gadons ueie-gadons from all the otuer states,
including Alaska.
They were second and third
echelon oiticials irom tne Plumu
ers, tne Electricians, the Carpen
ters, the iron workers and tne
other unions with lay tne roau,
nacK out harbors ana send DUUa DUUa-ings
ings DUUa-ings scraping the skies.
Aiiey vuiieu their regional Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen in atai. delegat.ons. Un
like the past, they diu not jusi
leave their business cards. Iney
came in groups. They had been
briefed on loooying. ihey did not
take too much time.
They came with special research
kits. They hac charts, graphs and
documents whicl. they saiu backed
up their drive laws for a 35-hour
week, lor more money tor con construction
struction construction of airports, schools and
housing. They carried special
questionnaires printed in ad advance.
vance. advance. They asked specific ques questions
tions questions on whether the solons would
support their proposals and their
version of the Kennedy-Erwin la labor
bor labor reform bill.
They then turned their question questionnaires
naires questionnaires in for tabulation by Build Building
ing Building and Construction Trades Dept.
researchers.
And like the Texas group, which
also sought out that state's lone
Republican Congressman, the de delegations'"
legations'" delegations'" were 'nOn-partisan in
their talk and approach!. Naturally
they were closer to the Democra
tic Congressmen. But not in all
states.
Many off the delegates are tra traditional
ditional traditional Republicans. For -years
their unions have supported Repub
lican candidates all along the
line. But all the delegations
hewed to the non-partisansnip of
their lobbying. Even after hours.
They ran cocktail parties for all
tne congressmen irom their
states.
Tuesday night, for example, the
Ohio Building Trades had a din
ner and were genial hosts to the
two feuding Senators as weir as
to the other Democratic and the
GOP people from the Buckeye
state.
Thei lobbying impressed the
Republican Congressmen. That
was the talk in the Capitol Hill
Club where a Democrat couldn't
win a Doll at a table for two. The
talk Tuesday, and throughout the
week, Avas that this traditionally
conservative iabor lobby was now
as slick, as publicity-minded, as
TV-ed as the militant CIO bloc.
And the talk was that the GOP,
or at least the Congressmen who
had been visited by the old-line
AFL construction union officials,
would want a national candidate
who would not antagonize such
forces.
Immediately the conversations
turned to Gov. Rockefeller and
Vice President' Nixon and their
subliminal straLgic drives for la
bor support.
The word is. ana 11 can oe cor
roborated by the results of in
terviews with Republican leaders
arross th country, that RRerei-
ler already is beginning to build
his machine t. the 1960 conven
tion. There is no doubt that he
wants the presidential nomination.
There is no doubt that the eastern
Republicans are saying that only
Mr. Rockefeller can naturalize
some of th labor machine power.
And last Tiesday, after listen listen-ing
ing listen-ing to all the visiting delegations
from Texas to Alaska, many of the
GOP Congressmen were impres
sed by the argument mat iney
would need tc 00 or at least
neutralize labor. Even the conser conservative
vative conservative union chiefs are on the
march.

J NEA Sri44. IkT" j

Walter Wincheli In

ALL AROUND THE TOWN
The Park A ..iue penthouse gar
den featuring a 30-foot waterfall.
Quite a splash... The picturesque
herb garden at the Cloisters .. A
silly street name in tne Bronx
Yznaga Place...The dormitory at
the Music Hall where Rockettes
relax.. Van Crotlandt Park's crick
et players.. .The Moorish temple
in Harlem ... Stone fortifications
(used during the Revolutionary
War) still standing on upper
Broadway... The Mock fcxenange,
which has its own medical dep't
and tailor ... The Little Church
Around the Corner's real name:
The Church of the Transfiguration
. .Fraunces' Tavern George
Washington s LLdy's. The proprie proprietor,
tor, proprietor, Sam Fraunces, was a Negro
....TJie impressive 5th A. Ve. Libra Library
ry Library l replica of an Egyptian
cas le.
The Post Office opposite Penn
Station resting on s.eel and con concrete
crete concrete stilts above a railroad yard
...Central Park's Shakespeare Gar Gardencontaining
dencontaining Gardencontaining all the posies men mentioned
tioned mentioned in his plays.. .The ligh house
atop a South Street edifice com commemorating
memorating commemorating the sinking of the Ti Titanic...
tanic... Titanic... A milestone on St. Nicholas
Avenue erected a century ago. It
notes the distance to City Hall .
The British Empire Building which
has a formal English garden on
the roof...A tablet at 12th and 7th
marking the site of an old French
school where Clemenceau w. s a
teacher... Miss Liberty, which ap appears
pears appears to be made of stone. The
outtr layer, however, is copper ...
The town's oldest building believ believed
ed believed to be St. Paul's Chapel.
Staten Island's small towns and
fertile farm lands a part of the
Big City ..Mighty Wall Street
only 7 blocks long.. .Front Street's
coffee-roas ing plants. M odor
able spot in town ... A half-dozen
different streets meeting at Sheri Sheridan
dan Sheridan Square...The Federal Reserve
Bank's subterranean vaults. Five
stories below street level ... The
huge warehouse in Radio City's
sub-basement ... The 190th. S reet
subway station carved out of the
side of a cliff... Huge catacombs
inside the Brooklyn Bridge abut abutments.
ments. abutments. ..West S reet once under
water where property is now
valued at more than $1 million per
acre. ..New Street, one of the old oldest.
est. oldest. The waterfront workers who
have names for various piers. U U-sually
sually U-sually named after females
Trees outnumber buildings in Man Man-hat'an...The
hat'an...The Man-hat'an...The most ancient part of
town: The lower end of 'Manhat 'Manhattan
tan 'Manhattan between the Battery and 14th
Street.. .Meals in the city's hobse hobse-gows
gows hobse-gows are planned by expert die dieticians.
ticians. dieticians. ..The arched doorways and
orna'e cornices of edifices near
Battery Park. Pro-Civil War relics
...NBC studios, coated with a
special sound-insulating glue... TV
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I22S Suniwt Blvd.
Hollywood 41, C.llfornU,

colorful Western Union Building
13 d'fferent shades 01 bride... me
most startling fact about Grants
Tomb: The General's body is en encased
cased encased in 3 coffins...Over 50 timy is islands
lands islands surround Manna-tan ... Tiie
hansom cab named after Joe
Hansom who invented it.

The Bowery slums once the
site of lavish farms. The Dutch
word for larm is oouwerij ... cor
some unknown reason above 59th
Street several avenues suddenly
change their names. Eighth Ave Avenue
nue Avenue becomes Central Park .West:
Ninth Avenue becoms Columbus
Avenue; Ten n Avenue becomes
Amsterdam Avenue and Eleventh
Avenue becomes West End Ave Ave-nue...The
nue...The Ave-nue...The Museum of Natural His History's
tory's History's fully equipped printing plant
...Madison Square Garden's, exclu exclusive,
sive, exclusive, club for its 6 w n e r s and
friends. It includes a library and
a cocktail lounge.. .The 6th Avenue
subway 5 s ories below the strec
sandwiched between the BMT
subway and the Pennsy RR tun tunnels.
nels. tunnels. The pup shops along Madison
Avenu.3 where pooches are bath bathed,
ed, bathed, combed and manicured... The
extraordinary perspective of the
land-scape from the hughts of
Fort Tryon... The burs: of frag fragrance
rance fragrance at the Bronx Botanical Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. Over 700 varieties of roses
...Pelham Bay Park's lagoons ...
cobbled road.. .New York Central's
Sutton Place's charming treelinei
powerhouse built in solid rock 125
feet underground ..: The employes
at Rockefeller "laza whose sole
duties consist of picking up cii cii-gie
gie cii-gie bu ts...The two levels of rail
road tracks beneath Park Avenoe
..-.The property where St. Patrick's
stands giver by the city ior SI.
Washington Square once' a grave
yard tor paupers.
The trees in the city's streets
exis' by pushing their roots" "to
sewers to absorb moisture. ,. The
blue windows in some old brown-
considered healthful ...From atoo
tne Empire State (half-a-mile up)
you can spot 3 States on a. clear
day.. .Chinatown's sub cellars -once
used as ooium dens now
utilized as warehouses ... Thames
Street remains as narrow as i
was in the days when it srved as
a carriage drive for one man's
estate.. .Pearl Street the town's
mos' ancient thnrnfaro r.n.m
wich Village stree's were made
narrow ana zigzasgy to discour discourage
age discourage traffic... Thp rnrlr Pvaonatarl
to mke room for a skyscraper's
foundation weighs more than the
skyscraper itself. Central Park's
iiui sfisni'e-picners.
Lower Manhattan's fa tnnino nor.
lors...The pt-ppermint stick decor
01 me noiei riaza's tricycle gar
age .. The Museum of MnHorn
Art's sculpture garden ... Model
ooai races at the Conservatory
Pond in the Park. ..Playful Orangu-
ACRE
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tans at the Bronx Zoo: The most
entertaining uimals... City Hail's
sumptuous marble staircase... xne
Museum of Art exhibiting 50U0
years 01 artistic achievement..
nity -Church s massive bronze
doors...Macy'g founded by. a whal
ing cap ain ... Edwin Booth still
playing "Hamle-" as a Gramercy
Park statue... Third Avenue from
47th to 59th: The center of the
town's antique biz...Fourth Avenue,
the snob, changing its name t
32nd Streei and becoming Park
Avenue.
Bellevue's immense medical fac factory.
tory. factory. About 30 buildings ... The
Wa.dorf'8 special entrance for
private railroad cars... The 22 re reservoirs
servoirs reservoirs supplying the town with
aqua .... Barges anchored in th
Hudson where families dwell the
year-round ... The Long Distance
Building the world s most impor
taut communica ions center... The
plaque at Cuy Hall marking the
place where the first printing
uicaa naa caiauuoum...iur ilua 1
lobby huge enough for 3,000 peo
ple.. .Over a hau-million are cram
med into Harlem s three square
miles.. .Grand Central Depot the
uumter of people Who "'s
through 1 during one year ap
proximates the nation s population.
The Washington span's 8-lane
Broadway 250 feet above the river
...The John Peter Zenger Memor Memorial
ial Memorial exhibit at Federal Hall at the
corner of Wall and Nassau Streets
...The s one walls flanking the
Hudson composed of cooled vol'
canic rock.. The fascina; -th-
quake-recording instruments inthe
Seismograph Building at Fordham
Univ...A copy of the Gutenburg
Bible on vellum at the Morgan
UDrary ... ine ancient medicinal
herbs peddled on Pell Street. For
example, ginseng root, sliced deer
antler, dried sea-horses and powd powdered
ered powdered 'iger bone.. .The Gothic builo-
ings on the west side of Fourth
Avenue between 10th and 12th
Streets. Mighty impressive ...Gay
Street, a dismal, crooked little
street...Union Square Parks 80-
roo Liberty Pole erected in hon
or of a Tammany chief, ironical ironically
ly ironically enough. ..New York: The Big Big-gest
gest Big-gest Little World.
DOG OWNERS COMPLA.IM
DUISBURG, Germany (UPIW
The- association of trained dog
owners complained Friday that
police who operated a dog train training
ing training school in nearby Bork tbused
the animals by giving them elec electric
tric electric shocks whenever they made
a mistake in carrying out an
order.
I The Gulf Stream, the most
famous of all ocean currents,
moves northward along the
coast of the eastern United
States and carries warmth
across the North' Atlantic
Ocean to: northwest Europe. It
has been described as the
greatest river in the world,
warm river with banks and
bottom of cold water. Actually,
It is larger than all the rivers
in the world together, with
flow a thousand times as great
as the. average t flow of the
Mississippi.
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WASHINGTON Unreported in
the news-from Mexico during ike's

visit were some interesting side
lights.
The magnificent ''Hotel Pierre
Marques, owened by oil billionaire
J. Paul Getty, notified all guests
on Feb. 10 that they would have
to leave by Feb. 17 two days
before, the President's arrival.
Only cues ts allowed to stav were
four America" families occupying
bungalows at th north end of the
grounds, some distance from the
Presidential quarters.
After Ike arrived, he went out
for an early-morning stroll in the
tropical gardens of the (hotel and
came face to face with two of
these remaining American guests.
iney aiso, were out for a stroll,
and naturally were curious about
their newly arrived fellow guest.
'Good moraine. Mr. President
said one of them "We're just start-
ing- on a rouna 01 gou at the coun country
try country club. We'd be very happy and
honored if you'd care to join us.
Secret Service men by this time
had moved in front of the Presi President,
dent, President, but he replied cordially:
xnanK you, but I'm afraid I
won't be abler to play any golf
while I'm down here. You see I
came to this beautiful country as
the guest of the President of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and I can't properly do any-
.ning ne doesn't do." 1
Ike started to walk on. then ad
ded: "It's too bad thoueh. 1 hear
they have a good course here and
10 certainly like, to try it out I
just hope God spares me long e-
nougn to come back to Acapulco
some day."
Eisenhower v. a. still smiling and
commenting with pleasure on the
exoic tropical wants.. when
Charles Rodgers, manager of the
Pierre Marques, greeted him in
the lobby.
"Mr. President." said Rodgers.
half joking, "would you sign the
register, please?"
The Presider;t.r smile vanished.
"Look," he said, "if it's pub
licity you're after PH write you a
letter saying this, is first-class
place where nyjiev can' get lots
of rest and enjoy themselves. That
ought to give you all the publicity
you want."
BRASS HATS' PLANES
Eagle-eyed Sen. Clair Engle of
California has spotted an appro appropriation
priation appropriation for $90,000,000 tor -private
airplanes for administration exe executives
cutives executives which he thinks could be
sacrificed In. favor of money ior
airports. s-
In the administration's delicat
ely balanced budget is an item of
$15,000,000 for three brand-new 707
Boeing jetsv- one for the Presid Presid-ent;:one
ent;:one Presid-ent;:one for Mce President Nixon
and: one for Secretary of State
Dulles.
. Also in the budget is $75,000,000
for 17 new "executive' aircraft
This is the official description for
special planes used by the brass
hats. ?t.i i 'yi'AVs t
When Sen. Stuart Symington was
Secretary of the Air, Force, private
planes were tabdo, Every generaf
and admiral had to take ootluck
from an airplane pool.
More recently, nowever, special
planes are held on tap for various
brass hats, and the new appropria

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And what precision tool At the lest official
Competition of the Swiss Observatory
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imuvauu WATCHES are sold and serviced ny leading
jewelers all over the world. In New York it's Tiffany's and
in Panama It Is CASA FASTIJCH.

Across the
Colon Jewelry Co., 10th

tion bin would provide for 17 new v
"executive": planes. ? -
Engle, spottin. these" Items, "re-f
mir.HedL to colleagues:

Presidenr for wanting to spend
money on new airports. However, However,-the
the However,-the amount ot money the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats want to spend "on airports
is only $35,000,000 more than the
administration's airport bill. If we -cut
out -about half of this $90,000. $90,000.-000
000 $90,000.-000 worth; of; swank planes the
administratioiiwants, we'll have
plenty to build cirports. -v
.1 have 4 strong hunch the Ame American
rican American people prefer better airports
to better airplanes for the White
House and other executives in
Washington."
BATTERY ADDITIVE r ;
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Jess.M. Ritchie of Oakland, 'Ca 'Calif.,
lif., 'Calif., manufacturer of the much dis discussed
cussed discussed AD-X2 Battery addtiye, has
taken, exception to a recent colu
pointing to the. fact tha ex-Con-gressman
John J. Allen of. Oat.
land, now appointed Under Secret
ary ui vommerce could oe in a
conflict-of-interest position in the
Commerce Department because as
a Congressman he introduced two
bills and one resolution to give
damages to Ritchie as a result of
the controversy over hi batteryii
additive.
Ritchie points out that" the Fe Fe-deral
deral Fe-deral Trade Commission after ex-,
tensive hearings disagreed with the
Bureau of Standards regarding
the value of his additive' for oro. .4
longing the life of batteries and
found unaminously for him..'
This is truef ;; The commission ;
found on Mjiy 161956, that "the U
overwhelming weiht of consum
er's testimony is with the respond respondent"
ent" respondent" (Ritchie). .r,s,fii?
Previously, the Bureau of Stand"
ards, after scientific research, had :
found just the opposite. Likewise
the National Academy of Sciences,
nftpr annnintinff orv(inl nnmmlr.

tee, published a 34-page report em
phatically Supporting the Bureau .,.
of Standards. ,t ,:,
It was almost one year affter the
May ; 16 1956, finding of the Fe Federal
deral Federal Trade Commission, however,,,;'
tha, Secretary of Commerce Sin-,;,
clair Weeks,, on April IS,' 1957, j
wrote the House Judiciary Commit
mittee opposing passage of Allen's
bill to reimburse Ritchie for dam-
ages. Rit.cVe is claiming $2,369.52
from the U.S. Government.
Weeks, who originallv sided with :
Ritchie and onA firprl Tir. Allpn t

V. Astiff-as director of Ihe Bureau
of Sandards in 1953. strongly te- ';
verseq .n'mseji .in iiof ana neia
that: "This depajrtmetit ;recom-
mends against enactment of this
bill. .The results of tests fby he
Bureau of Stanrlards) did not. ;
establish a beneficial effect from; 1
th use of-the actdiHve:1", J'
The possible confl'ct of interest '"
on the part of ex-Congressman Al Al-'en
'en Al-'en results from the fact that he.
introduced legislation which wr"1d
pivp compensation of arnimrt $?
000 000 to a private Individual's
"lairn at?a'nst th Department of
Commence, of which he is now
.Un'lp" scrpary.
A Under Secretary, even though
'n charw o t'iwtaMoni h is ;
'n a oo'lon r InflnW ..and this ;
is a tnxtter wh'cli should bf exa exa-"lined
"lined exa-"lined th Senate in consider-.,
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20NE VISITORA weekend guest to the Canal Zone was Rear Adm. Juan A. Pizarro. (far left), Conuhandant of the Colombian"
Navy who paid a one-day visit while en route to the United States for a tour of U.S. Navy installations.. Welcomed by Rear Adm.
George Wales (Center),' pizarro is shown after inspecting a Navy color and honor guard on his arrival at Albrook Air Force Base.
The -guard officer is1 Lt. Cdr. Mason E., Thompson. ".- (Navy Photo)

(on Defends Mom

ipinsl Charge
Of Kiliihg Wife
VENTURA. CaUf. (UPI) Frank
Duncan defends his mother. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Duncan today against charg charg-'
' charg-' es that she bargained for the
death of his wife two months be before
fore before the birth of a grandchild.
S.''Wafd Sullivan, a noted Los
Angelas attorney representing
Mrs. Duncan, said Duncan would
be the only witness, i beside the
I 54-year-old defendant, to testify
' for the defense.
Duncan;,: 30-year-old Santa Bar Barbara
bara Barbara attorney,' has maintained his
mother's innocenc". He faced
cross examination by Dist- Atty.
Rot Gustafson.' v
Mrs. Duncan is tcused of hir hiring
ing hiring Luis Moya, 2?, and Augustine
Bsldonado,. 25, lt November to
murderer daughter-in-law. Olea,
, a pretty 3q-year-old Canadian born
nurse,.- -m-
Bofore the trial recessed for the
w3ek,nd.PiiiK'an test'f'ed he had
honed time, and the birth, of Olga's
bbv" Wold otercome pismother's
disrk of hfoife&
"I love tpv- mother- ind I love
bT still, bu I loved my ,wife
' Telling1 aboutpWod ter fWs.
m Triage to AOlgsC st JuneV; 20
- .wasi! ?h'Mn, .)"rtments
twith both his "mto hercnd bis wife,
': he said: 'M c ;'
"o tell thetiruiiii: was going
' bak jnd forth much lik- a !yo-yO,
trying to keen theni both happy."
riuncan said h- becmp. angry
wben he found his rmother had
" placed an advertisement in a San Santa
ta Santa Birbara, newsoatwr iproclaim-
in? (that he would not be. respon respon-sible'
sible' respon-sible' f or his wife's dehts. ; 3
't told her it was my business
and mr business alone," hei'said,
"sndfor lr, not. to interfere.''
Earlier, .the defendant admitted
shibifce.1thouht Tf tying, up her

son '.and' takinfi him away from
h'V wifo fot a'.fewdkyso, talk to
him'abpt,etiis npnsensf of marj-
"T tMekoifdMet,rft. It was
something! a: srainmat school child
would;te.iip,53uncan said.
-it.;
vntmtttfiivpRTF N.Y. fUPD
--Portly f John:' Jacob Asffor lit.
cut of wlthoot a cent when his
half brother, died. yeserd.y -kd
for b -investigation or the will in
a move.that cOtild lead to a full full-seale
seale full-seale court battle over one of
America's larestTforfunes.
A!toi47i and-tftree times mar married,
ried, married, already, has hired a forgerv
etert to exa mine the 20-a se will
which, provided for the distribu distribution
tion distribution of Vincent Astor's fortune.
esHmated at;hetween'00 and 200
million dollars. i j
His attorneys Farry TP. TJosig,
askd putc heS; County Surr.rate
W. Vincent Grady yesterday for
an examination' of. all the circum circumstanced
stanced circumstanced connected witv drawirig
im fhk -witt. m-M H.?ifl!r":i
Vincent Astor died last Feb.'. 3
at the ng'. of 67? Ho'left two- mil-1
Hon aouars to nis wioowMne ior ior-mer
mer ior-mer i Brooke '-.Jlugsell Marshall.
whom! he' married 'in 1953.Therej
were bequests iota ling ?8Z7,50O to
2ii othet persons., The rest of the
fortune; was lef,t to the, ? Vincent
Astor- Foundation, philanthropic
organization.
There was no ; mention of John
Jacob : III, who was the closest
blood relative since Vincent" had
no children. W r.hr'j r.hr'j-v
v r.hr'j-v Relations bid long been strained
If? not! hostilebetweeri 'John and
. Vincent; sdns of 3C0I. John Jacob
Astor who wen't. down with the
Tianlc;in 1912.' -,-.v- ''
-John Jacob III, now In Florida,
had been involved in several mar marital
ital marital battles., He still has not won a
dearcut court decision on whether
he -Is married to the former Gert Gertrude
rude Gertrude Gretsch of New. York or the
former Delorer ullma ,;f
John i wag; born to Col. Astpr's
second wife four jmonths after the
Titanic1 .disaster, Since "the will
had not -been changed to provide
for, the unborn; son. John received
only statutory, percentage, of his1

. father's fortune. .Vincent inherited
'..-..' s;);; t-?:-Yp:S:rf:-':J!r(''
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THE MOTOR VESSEL MAYON I whlcn was at. ached in the Canal Zone for the third time
last month, and will. go. on the block March 23 at the Cristobal Court House. The ship, .for .formerly,
merly, .formerly, known as ,the Pacific Reefer and reKlste red in Guatemala, was auctioned; in the Ca-

nailZoneMUj'teof year8oap

muaern; reirigerauon vessel resaiiea wnen ; me cr-w inea suit ior $08i8 in ob.ck pay. Addi Additional
tional Additional claims of nearly $75,000 were subsequently filed, the largest on behalf of a Guatemalan
creditor. ,The ship is owned by the Mayon Corporation but to date no individual connected
with the firm has come forward. ,' .

Supremte Court
Hiring
To Negro Affomey
' WASHINGTON (UPI)-The
preme Court today denied a hear hearing
ing hearing to.. E.. A,. Hawley. Jr., Negro
attorney who has, jbeeft trying to
abolish racially segregated rest
roams in the; .courthouse at Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, va.1 -y. -'"
The brier orde! leaves Jtand'ng
a; ruling against Dawley han4ed
down last October; by he tlr I.S.
Circuit Court of Appealsh. f
The attorney sued fhe city; of
NorfolkiS City manager ihomas
F:Mj)XwelI :i Caivh HR. Talby
director of public safety; and. S.C.
Mprrisette, director of publi c
works. s. .:.; ;. -. ;v.. i
ijThe suits maititalney that Signs
on rest room doors, specifying ra ra-use
use ra-use are "unlawful and humiliat humiliating
ing humiliating to Negro attorneys" and deny
Negroes ''equal 'protee'ion of the
laws.'' "r'b m.' '''! :
Federal D'strict Judge Walter
Hoffman dismissed the suit for
several reasops including a find finding
ing finding 'that the deiehdants did not
control ihe gituation.' ';;s.
0 Tr?f Tii
r.lONpON (UPI)-Tbe Elephant1
and Cas-le taverh, for 200 years
Of landmark- of "Londpn's ?0uth
sldv;lS the latest victim ot tne
pltvt ever-risine tide of traffic.
. The grand old pub, where Ril
rubbed shoumers wrn royauy aur aur-Ingf.tbe'
Ingf.tbe' aur-Ingf.tbe' London blitz, closed its
doors for the last time Sunday.
It Will soon be pulled" down to
eliminate 'a bottleneck at a s'x s'x-way
way s'x-way junition that feeds traffic
to seven bridtes spanning the
Thames River.
''Sentimental Londoners crowed crowed-ed
ed crowed-ed six ; deep around 'he bar at
the Elephant's wake, 'drinkin? the
beet: and t singing'; the songs that
were;. a itradition of the tavern.,
MrsTohi ThurloW,' wife of the
hat and climbed up;oh the bar to
sing "Auld Lang Syne.n
When closing time rolled around
at 10:30 p.m., ;the kegs 6f light
ale, biter; and stou which were
the pub's chief 'attraction, ha
been d r 1 1 n e d dry' for the last
uiiib v. ; ..i
J'he 'pub;' which tick its ,name
from. A Cockney corruption of the
title Infanta of Castile (a Snanish
princess), was ornately furnished-!
witn crystal, cnanneneri and cut-
glass mirrors, but outside it had
the appearance, v according to one

observer, of .a huise decayed
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( EDITOR'S NOTE t Frank H.
Birtholomw prttdnt of Unit
d Prtt ; International, is on a
Caribboan tow and report in
,tht following ; dispatch on tho
rising -toniona i that havo
brought -.tho dangor of i moro
war to tho ro public in tho
Unitod Sfatot' back yard.)
By FRANK H. BARTHOLOMEW
, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI)
The Caribbean area Wdayjpte-,
sents all three Americas North,
South and Central with another
Balkans on their doorstep that
could erupt in warfare.
Tensions appear to be mounting
steadily in the potentially explo
sive military Domical situations
involving the island republics If
the first gun Is fired in invacion
attempts against the probably in
iiial targets of the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic or Haiti it seems equally
probable a whole series of wars
may start in chain reaction
around the Spanish Main.
The decision appears to rest on
the dramatic person' of Fidel
Castro who ousted dictator Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Batista from Cuba and
who is committed to supporting
revolutions in the Dominican Re Re-publica,
publica, Re-publica, Haitij and Nicaragua in
the Caribbeari and Paraguay in
South America. His argument is
that their presidents are as dic dictatorial
tatorial dictatorial as Batista was.
Catching his zeal, revolution revolutionaries
aries revolutionaries from these target nations
have been holding meetings in
Cuba, many of them public and
wen aaverasea, to formulate
their own plans.
Recalls Incident
A typical incident was nhsprvpH
by this correspondent in a crowd crowded
ed crowded Rancho Luna suburhan res.
Mrs. Roosevelt
Regards Adlai
As Best For '60
, LOS ANGELES (UPI) Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt says she be believes
lieves believes Adlai Stevenson is "the
best we could have" as the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Party's 1960 presidential
nominee.
"If Stevenson cannot be presi presidentand
dentand presidentand he would have to be
honestly drafted at the time of the
convention I would rather he be
secretary of state," the former
first lady said over the weekend
at a news conference.
CIGAR SALES ZOOM
BONN, Germany (UPI) Cigar
sales have ioomed in West Ger Germany,
many, Germany, the Federation of Cigar
Manufacturers reported Friday,
mainly because women have
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taurant outside Havana. Multi

colored handbills distributed at
the tables called for "liberation
of Santo Domingo (the Dominican
Republic)" and concluded "down
with the tyranny of Trujillo."
To Castro and his supporters,
Dominican strongman Gen. Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Trujillo is the prime symbol
of remaining -dictatorship.
An excited Dominican leaped
on a table, called for silence and
addressed himself to the Cubans
present:
"As you fought in the junglc3
of Orien'e (province), so will we
soon fight in the forests of the
Dominican Republic."
A public address system in the
restaurant played the Cuban rev rev-oluti
oluti rev-oluti lary song "Day of Free
dom," ending hv a simulated
burst of machine gun fire.
Some of these revolutionary
groups in Cuba appear ready for
immediate action.
Haiti Ripest Target
Haiti, under President Francois
Duvalier, seems to be regarded
as the ripest target at the mo moment
ment moment with an invasion unit under
former Haitian Senator Louis de
Joie announcing itself ready to
take off this month..
The over hrow of Duvalier in
Port au Prince would not only
place a man friendly to Castro hi
control, but would give the Cuban
leader an operating base against
Trujillo his primary target
since Haiti and the Dominican
Republic share the same island.
Responding to the mounting
pressure, Trujillo has announced
formation of an "anti-Communist
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new machine guns to supplement
his regular army.
Trujillo. has begun dispersal of
his air force, the most, modern in
the Caribbean and his primary
defense, amid repeated rumors
that. American soldier -of fortune
friendly to .Castro have, assembled
surplus,, warpjanes on an isolated
island in the British" west Indies
in hopes of destroying the Do Dominican
minican Dominican air Force in a single

raia.
Castro Prpmisei((Arms
The Drobablitv st the momerit
is that Castro himself would not
directly participate nj amir mili-
t-aij moves against. jiie target na-
tin t.. I U.li 1 i.
""i ne is oeuevea 10 nave
given so much direct encourage-
men ana tne promise of ..arms to
revolutionaries frnm thee lanz-ie
that they may launch oflensivcs
un meir own, unless he orders
them to stop. But so far, offen offensive
sive offensive Dlans cnntinim tn lw
in Cuba, while defense measures
are UKen in Haiti, the Dominican
Republic, Nicaragua and Para Paraguay.
guay. Paraguay. Since Praguay is not in the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean it does not aooear to be
Involved in immediate develop
ments by revolutionaries.
There Seems a eood rhanre
that the warlike talk in all the
countries visited by this corre
spondent may subside, exhaus ed
by its very violence.
Despite all threats, no trigger
has been pulled yet. And each Jay
without gunfire is one more day
of stability.
At the same time, it is evident

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Saturday, Mnrch 14
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NEW SECRITARY AT UNITED STATES EMBASSY
TO BE HONORS 0 AT RECEPTION THIS EVENING
Tha Ambawador of tha United Statas and Mr. Julian Flska Har Harrington
rington Harrington will entertain at a roetption this tvaning at thtir residence

in La Crtita.
Tha avant will honor Fjrst Sacratary of tha Embassy
John C. Shillock, who raeantly arrivad in Panama.

and Mrs.

Ensign and Mrs. Dawson
Announce Son's birth
Ensign and Mn. William H.
Dawson of Villefranche Sur Mer,
France, announce the birth of
their first child, a son, Robert
Charles, on March 5.
Mrs. Dawson is the former
Miss Connie Glassburn, daughter
of Mrs. R. 0. Glassburn of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Both Ensign and Mrs. Daw Dawson
son Dawson are graduates of Balboa High
School.
Quarry Haightt Wivai
Luncheon Tomorrow
The Quarry Heights Officers
Wives Club will have its March
luncheou meeting tomorrow at
12;30 at the Quarry Heights Offi Officers
cers Officers Club.
Guest speakers will be Mrs. 0.
K. Worley ano Mrs. C. Daughity,
who will discuss gems and miner minerals
als minerals found in ihe Canal Zone, and
display jewelry made from the
stones.
Mrs. R. M. Anderson, Mrs. R.
D. Hand and Mrs. J. L. Waltz
will be luncheon hostesses.
Balboa Woman's Club
Presants William Kosan,
Authority On San Loranio
William Kosan, an authority on
Fort San Lorenzo, will discuss
the reclamation of the fort and
show a movie entitled "Recent
Discoveries at Fort San Loren Lorenzo"
zo" Lorenzo" at a meeting of the Balboa
Woman's Club tomorrow evening
at 8 at the Balboa USO-JWB".
The public u invited to attend,
and members are urged to bring
guests.
Club members are remineded

VE STRING PEARLS
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Jewellers
Central Avinvt

of an impo.lant business meeting
which will start promptly at 7.

Mist Louit Appears
In Collega Production
Miss Terry Le- Louis of Cris

tobal, a souhomote at Beaver

College, Jeukintown, Pa., partici
pated in the college's annual in
ter-class play conresi last week

on

For the cold days sill ahead:
fuzzy orlon gloves to keep your
hands warm. They come in vivid
colors and wash as easily as your
lingerie.

Nice to wear with your winter
coat now and with your spring
coat in little while: a pleated
chiffon scarf in violet, pink, paie
blue or white.

To change a plain black dress
into a beauty, try one of those
crushed satin cummerbunds in
ruby, royal or emerald green.
Nice for wear with separates, too

Fake pearl bibs, some with
rhinestone pendants, are a nice
way to pick up winter weary
clothes.

Those hand loomed carpet
bags, in large size and with
leather linings, are well liked by
women who tote a lot of posses
s ons about with them daily. Lat
er on, for warm wea'her wear
they'll com, in straw and leath
er combinations.

When you buy pointed toe
shoes, insist upon a heel which
broadens at the heellift. This is
called the Spanish heel. The true
needle heel does not give your
body enough support and can
damage youi posture.

CLOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

Fresh

as all
Outdoors!

The contest opened the .school's

two-day fine arU festival

Miss Louis, who is studying in
the liberal arts department, is

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Louis o Cristobal.

Tau Kappa tpsilon
Pledges Local S.udent
Ronald L. lauman of Balboa
has been pledged to Tau Kappa
Epsilon fraternity at Pittsburg
Stat,e College, the school bad announced.

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6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
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Charity Card Group
To Meet Thuisday
The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
Thursday at 12:30 for dessert and
cards at the Fori Amador Offi

cers Open Mes-.
Reservations should be made
by tomorrow noon with Mrs. Le Le-land
land Le-land Brooks, Balboa 3527; Mrs
Grover Luce, Balboa 1488; or
Mrs. R. C. Melssner, Balboa 3563.
ICONTIKTItfD C't fAGt SIVI)

Beauty Tips

As strange as it may seem, a
woman can be fatigued ai th:
end of a day without doing any
physical labor. This may result
from worrying about problems
but doing nothing about them
This leads to an emotional waste
of energy which few of us can
afford.

Keeping feet aod ankles in
trim calls for a lit ie attention, it
is unfortunate that mosi women
neglect their feet and develop
painful foot problems as a result
Whenever bathing massage your
feet and use a soothing cream on
them. Rotate each foot while
sitting down. This s imulates cir cir-culai.on
culai.on cir-culai.on and also trim the ankles.

If yjur skin tends to pop out
in rej swelling or pimnles, con
sider Ireating it to a mild soaping
trea ment. f-.rsl start with cool
water and follow wiih warm
water. Then wind up the cleans cleansing
ing cleansing process with a gentle, anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic lotion.
High sihools are scheduling
numerous spring dances so it is
time to brush up on being a

wnoiesorae, pleasing 4 date A

young gin snouid remember not.

o overdress or use heavy make

up since this emrrasse nrr

aate '1p considerato of his tastes
and pud r.i nook anr1 perhaps he
will re"trn the compliment with

pieasiini, ihoughtlul suggestions

iur an nming of iun

Despite what many women be believe,
lieve, believe, frequent shampooing does

not hurt the hair. Hair will be dull
and dry, however, if it isn't rins rinsed
ed rinsed through!, after each shampoo.

uaiu wmei areas more care
must e taken and perhaps le lemon
mon lemon ju ce .sed to cut the deposit.
Standing prop-rly may do more
for your looks than you would
dream possible. No one admires a

sioucn tnat makes you bulge in
the wrong places. Stand with your
back flat e.ieu and hips tucked un under.
der. under. Keep jou. head up but not
in such a position as to look like

a strained ostrich.

FIRM hmllail hallKnt . .. .

... uvucivua ur tune, pnt more so
aurinr Lent. Even better served with a pimento-butter sauoe.

By OAi'NOR MADDOX
NEA FOOD and Markats Editor
Broiled fish s.eaks made a wel welcome
come welcome alternate to meat. They are

firm, deliciout. and easy to pre prepare.
pare. prepare. When tressed with lernqn

juice or a special sauce, tney

make fine easing a menu favor

ite for meatless days in Lent.

Broiled Halibut Staaks
WITH PIMENTO SAUCE
For 4 servings, plan on 4 small!

halibut steaks or 2 large ones.

Place halibui on greased preheat

ed broiler pan about 2 inches

from heal. Brusi. with melted but butter.
ter. butter. Sprinkle 'vith salt and pep

per. Broil 5 to 8 finutes. Turn
carefully and repeat seasonings
Broil 5 to 8 minutes, or until fish

hakes easily when tes.ed with a
fork. Pour hot pimento sauue o o-ver
ver o-ver fish.

Pimento Sacua
Saute 1 chopped pimento (a-

bout 2 tablespoons) in 1-3 cup of
butter. Add a tablespoon of lem-'
on juice.

Halibut Staaks

(Makas

With Herb
4 sarvings)

Butter

Two large halibut steaks, or 4

small ones; i cup soft butter or
margarine, 1-4 cup minced pars parsley,
ley, parsley, 1 teaspoon grated onion,
teaspoon thyme, Mi teaspoon dry
mustard, few drops Tabasco, Mi

teaspoon Worcestershire sauce.

HEUMATISM

Vhenever the pains of Rheumatism,

Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumbago, Sci Sciatica,
atica, Sciatica, stiff muscles and swollen
Joints make you miserable, get
KOMIND from your druggist at
once. ROMIND quickly brings fan fantastic
tastic fantastic relief so you can sleep, wor
and live In comfort. Don't suKei
dies ur. Oat ROMIND todajr.

'If steaks are large, cut In two

Arrange in greased baking pan

which can be used for serving.

Combine butter with, remaining

ingredients. Spread on halibut
steaks. Bake in a moderate oven
(350 degrees 1.) 25 to 30 minutes,
or un il f'sh flakes easily when

tested with a fork. Service imme

diately.-

Steel Production

Hits Record High
4s Strike Looms

NEW YORK lUPn-S'eel nro
duotion set a record last week as
mills sought to meet, both rising
actual demand and inventory
building )n anticipation of a mid midyear
year midyear steel strike.
.Th American Iron and Steel
Institute renorted production last
week bV 2.556.000 ton or 90.3 ner
cent of capacity. The previous
record was 2,525 000 tons in the
wppIc of Dec. 17, 1956.
This week production Is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to, rise still more to B.600,
000 tons or 91.8 per cent of ca capacity.
pacity. capacity. Last-we?k production was 21.000
tons greater than the estimate.
Steel sources say order books
for the first six months are filling
rapidly for most producers, as
buyers press for deliveries to
build up stocks.
Negotiations on a new work
contract in the industry start; in
May. The present three-year con contract
tract contract expires June 30 and the con consensus
sensus consensus among experts is that the
odds favor a strike.
A month ago mills producing at
83.7 per cent of capacity, turned
iut 2,371,000 tons. A year ago
production at 54.2 per cent of ca capacity
pacity capacity yielded 1,463,000 torrs.
This week mills were scheduled
to operate at J61.9 per cent of the
1947-49 average against 159.1 per
cent last week.

For those who havent't tried an

egg shampoo and would like to,
this is how it is done. Ta..e a well well-beaten
beaten well-beaten egg, pour it over the scalp
a couple of times and then rinse.
You'll get a more thorough rin

If you don't use hot Water. Man

use just the egg whites but both
yolk tnd wh'tes may be used al although
though although the yolk is harder to rinse
out.
Follow shampoos with a thor thorough
ough thorough brushing and scalp massage
each day. These stimulate circu circulation
lation circulation and clean the scalp of dust
and scaly deposits from excess
oil.
t
Chronic nailbiters have as hard
- t me stopping as do smokers or
inveterate bridge players. One
woman discovered that if she got
& good manicure she hesitated to
bite her nails and spoil it. How However
ever However few people find it this easy
to stop biting nails. The best
thing is to smooth ragged edges
sn there is les temptation to
chew.

fief the one and only
GERM-FIGHTING TOOTHBRUSH

Even though we seem to be a
sittingdown nttion when it comes
to exercise women still have
aching feet. One reason is impro improperly
perly improperly fitted shoes or wrong shoes
for the ocasion. Foot excercises
will help strengthen foot muscles
and also ease tensions of the day.
One good one is to stand bare'oot
on a towel and pleat the towel
with your toes. Th s is good for
thb arches.

Paint-Thinner Jag
Kills 24 Soldiers,

Laborers In Mexico

MONTERREY, Mexico (UPI)
The death of toll of last week's
paint-thinner "jag" rose over the
weekend to 24 soldiers and mi
grant workers dead and 41 hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized in serious condition.
The victims took drinks from a
drum of denatured alcohol, in intended
tended intended for thinning paint, which
fell off a truck passing through
Monterrey last week. Local au authorities
thorities authorities left the drum on a lot
between an army post and a re recruiting
cruiting recruiting center for migrant farm
workers.

Reaches you Surgically 'Sterile I
Made to stay Actively Anti Anti-teptio
teptio Anti-teptio for up to 4 months in uiet
Inhibits or destroys ALL types
of germs that fajl on or hold to it I

It's the
NEW

Dr. West's

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West North East Soath
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Opening lesds)

Screen Performer

ACKOII
l Screen"
prtormT,
v Taylor

IK acts In

f 2 Aged
S3 Set afresh
B4 Transposes
()

DOWN

motion picturs) 1 Used in his

profession

Answsr to Fravioua Punk

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A grv'tt deal of Larceny Lou's
success Gomel from his repu's
tion. His opponents always sus suspect
pect suspect that Lnu Is tin in snrriA irlrir.

but they never know just what

iricK Jjou may be up to. Today
he is sitting Wei1.-
His first two pssses were quite
prooer. Lou's passes always are;
it is his bids that surprise.
Certainly his jump to two
spades had little to commend it.

Lou had one king, a en. a

jack and a four-card sul There
wss some merit to his double of
four hearU. Lou knew his part partner
ner partner would hold that suit. As tor
his five-club double the only
favorable thing that can be said

is that it worked.

South won Lou's spade open

ing in I'ummy and led he ten

or ciud. .ast aucKea And o

did South. Now South went In

to conference and decided that

Lou was staying off with the

king of clubs. South led the

queen of hearts and everyone

aucKea.

Another

ou came

hearts.
At this

on South

huddle by South and
d u m m y' s jack ot

point the ceiling fell
Lou ruffed that sac

ond heart lead and out his nart

ner in by underleading his king
of spades. Eas' led a third heart

and Lou ruffed with his las
Uttle. trump.

IS

Q The bidding has been:
West North East South
1 Double 1 A pass
2 Double Pass f
You, South, hold:
Q1S4 V3S 4t 1M7I
What do you do? (( :( ,-; 3
A Bid two spades. This clear clearly
ly clearly tells your partner that you
hold a bad hand with five spades
In it.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding is the same as iji
the question Just answered. You;
South, hold:
A3i VKJSS4 465 J976
What do you do?
Answer Monday

U Wi S.,L

I Ha is one of
the- r
' movie actors
12Aga
13 Arabian
chieftain
14 Assam
silkworm
15 Ever (poet.)
16 Emaciate
17 Was seated
It Pillars (
20 Driving -vv
' commsnd
21 Pewter coins
of Thailand
22 Compact
24 Masculine
- appellation
26 River barrier
27 Pastry
28 Fastening -,,
device v
30 Honey-maktr
, 31 Crafty
,32 Sea tails '?
1 33 Pronoun
34 River in
Switzerland
' 36 Shut ,: v,
- 38 Pall llowar
40 Water vehicle
41 Feminine
nickname
43 Heroic
48 Table scrap
46 Belted coat
48 Uncle Tom's
friend
49 New Guinea
port
50 Papal cape
(1 Pen point

i

II Camera
. product

,21 Estrange

2 Mountain

- nymph
I Bounded ;
4 Not many
5 Llkaneit
4 majesty

1 Measuring 26 Musical
-device dramaa

"I Holy Roman 22 "Empire

Church (ab.)

Cuddle

r

1 It irv.

38 Feel regret.
36 Sea skcletoo

J7 Habituate

23 Pleasant looks var.)

as 11

10 Muse of
"poetry
11 Mentsl
: capacities

State" fab.l

30ExUt'
SSHthaibeen
' for.a
number of
roles

nflrm '".

SOStraairi 4
40 Pacifist ,.h
42 Genus of ''
- ducks t,
44 Taxis
46 Rocky crag
47 Whale (comb,
form)

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Rackets Committeemen Demand Facts
On Bribes To Aid Sen. John Kennedy

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You'll make a hit with a man

uxou are more interested in
getting hii to talk than in getting

mm 10 ie 'en.
You not only ask his advice oc occasionally
casionally occasionally but take it when he
gives it a, J report back if 11
turns out well. "I'm so glad 1 lis listened
tened listened to you" is music to any
man's ears.
You toss a bouquet instead of
a brickbat when another woman
is being praised.
You keen vou voice low and

pleasant and easy to listen to.

you never offer him any unask
ed-for advice or insist on super supervising
vising supervising him when hi does a job for
you.
You don't tsk stuoid Ques

tions. If you knov. something- of
what he is talking bout and real really
ly really care one way oi the other your
questions are sure to sound stu stupid
pid stupid and to bv irri ting.
You pay him subtle compl
men s. Too obvious compliments,
coming from a woman, may em em-bsrrasss
bsrrasss em-bsrrasss a man but my man
w'll jrl'-ar f he revives a subtle
compliment. He'll remember It,
ton.
You look attractive enough to
be a credit to him. Never believe
our looks don't matter to a
man. """"
You register when he ts!V.
Women who listen with half their
m'nds do nothinff for a man' 120.
You are perfectly at ease and
ure pf yourself. A woman who is
lll-at-ease makes a man uncom uncomfortable.
fortable. uncomfortable. You dress to please him ins ins-'p'd
'p'd ins-'p'd of dressing to impress your
fronds. You'll 'ook belter, too.
Ycu are gracious to other neo neo-ole.
ole. neo-ole. A woman's rudeness or lack
of symntth for others makes a
man uncomfortable.
.You ronir,MtIy build him up
and don't try to prove that yoJ
are superior to hint in any way.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
more Republican members of
the Senate Rackets Committee
demanded yesterday that commit committee
tee committee Counsel Robert F. Kennedy

disclose the names of witnesses

whn trM tn infliifnrit him with

offers of political help for his

brother. j
Kennedy revealed Friday that
he had been approached with of
fers of support for his brother,
Sen, John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.)
if he would go tasy on certain
witnesses. Sen. Kennedy is re regarded
garded regarded as a leading contender for
the 1960 Democratic presidential

nomination. .' v

The 32-vear-otd committer coun

sel said he Ignored the offers; 01
aid for his brother.

Sen. Kar E. Mundt (R-S.D.)i

vice chairman of the committee,
promptly called for a fuller report
on the incident. He was joined
by! tw GOP coleagues, Sens..
Barrv Goldwater (Am,) and Horn-.

er E. Capehart (Ind.)

Mundt said he would insist tnat

Chairman John L. McClellan (D-

Ark.) all a committee meeting
promptly to air the situation in
public. The committee was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to hold a closed-door session
today. '
; Goldwater said if Kennedy had
anything to divulge he was wrong
in not doing it. Such offers would
be criminal offenses punishable
by fines and imprisonment.
Goldwater said he would not
ludge the matter until he heard
Kennedy's explanation. He noted
that the young committee counsel
was speaking of-the-cuff in reply
'0 questions when he disclosed

the offers at a Democratic meet meeting
ing meeting in Milwaukee.

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CUTICURA

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Proxmire Attacks
Johnson's Handling
01 Demqs' Policy
WSAHINGTON (UPIHSen; Wil William
liam William Prnvmlm m.Wla.) todaV aC-

cused Senate Detnocratic Leader

Lyndon B. Johnson of maKing
nartv nolicv ih the chamber "en

tirely on Jn ad-lib, olf-the-cuff

basis."

"The initiative as well as the
tinal decision,", Proxmire told the
Senate, "is al ot always re-
solved by the majority leader.

himself on the Basil 01 nu own
judgment, of what is desirable and

what is possible. 1

The young Wisconsin senator

charged in his prepared speech
'har "Jnhnsnn lift had "Short

circuited" the delibertive and ed educational
ucational educational role pf -the Senate by

"settling issues olivine hoot.
It was the aecond in Pro

mire's oromiaed series. of attac'i

on what he considers Johnson's

dicta'orial management, 01 "tne
Senate. He opened the campaign
Feb. 23 with the charge that the
"typical" Democratic senator had

no part in snHDing pany poucy.

Only a few ci.ueaguee gave nan
hearted suDDor".

In 'oday's speech, Proxmire

conceded that Johnson's leader

ship was a "brilliantly 'nstlnctive
nerformncs by a m"n who has
been called an authentic oolHical

genius. It has a great deal of
verve and dash and appeal in

what Otherwise appear to be a

leaderless naMonal government.

Bu' ha complained, under the
rtrwett' svtein "o'v th -natof"

Hy leader lenows where our party

is going ano even he doesn't ntva
to make up his mind in advance."

M.JI..A.J II-..IJ

FALSI CpNCeSSION
YOKOHAMA (UPI) Yashiin
aaa Sunauwa. AM. tnirl nnlim-Frl

Way he falsely confessed he killed

his fsthor. who actually had com committed
mitted committed suicide. Sunajtawa said he

was out 01 a jod ana ne coniessea
so ha would b tailed and rela

tives Would hare to pay the fit fit-1
1 fit-1 nergl expenses. He go. both wish-
ea. v.-v-'A -r

CaDehart said h wrh nr Mn.

Clellan would insist that Kennedy
teli the committee in closed door
session the Identify of the wit

nesses ana just what happened
He Said the rnmmittoo m,M )

cide then whether they should be

mae puonc.

McClellan salrl he

bribes- offered, declaring tha "11'
am sure if thf hsri hun tr.

- MwVU, .Til v
Kennedy would have reported
it' JSen. Kennedy was out of
town and not immediately avai

me iui cum ment.

!ke Calls On Dulles
For 35 Minutes

Al Waller Reed

'Jivl) 1

WACTTTVr!TaAT TTT T I

dent Eisenhower paid a 35 min-

John Foster doltes in Walter

eea Army Medical Center yes yes-terrlay.
terrlay. yes-terrlay.

The President's visit followed

co-imuuie uiscussion Of

internationxi develooments" by
feiephooe with hi ass'i'an' in the
partment, Joseph, K. Greene,
Jr. ',

Th Wh'l u. t j

hower and Dulles discussed inter-,
n a TIAN ik If aJhm i

muuiiai annu s, :!
PrAcirlan'lBl D iv-'. r.--. i

. .-., e b oecrerry
James C. Hagerty also said Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower was receiving reoor's on
the revolt m Iraq from the Sta'e

vihutoi un omer govern government
ment government asnlA t-T ",i

jiY I :"eriy sa'a ne

rf""1 Viie iraqi si-uatlOB With

"vv "CHunen rress officer

, ouu me i-year-fid
Secretary's doctors reported
1 noth ng new" on his case of

;orominai cancer except t hat
Dulles nrncrreco .rtr.fij u.

satisfactory.,.; r..-f i
WhitP Ralrl ; If nA L'

necessary, for 1 visitors to avoid

.B ,. uih, i uauei oe oe-cause
cause oe-cause of radi.' Uon effects from a

muifcuve poia fre'ment ha r.

celved a week( ago. White said the
precaut'ons were necessary ; for
only a day or two,

HY Cops fomtw
Mm m

vwmm Tied

To luberda Arresl

NEW YORK Mivh in fvm

Police, roundup of gambling
suspecU reachecf 47 today in con connection
nection connection with alist namea found
on a formet poUceman
whose wealth to cash and bank
accounts is Under- investigation.
The roundup followed the r r-rest
rest r-rest last Thursday of former da da-tuctive
tuctive da-tuctive Josenh Ijiherrfa. 82. on a

drunk driving charge. A total of
$19,493 in cash was found in his
ear 'Ha sUn hurt a lilt nf name

and bankbooks' showing $16,000 on
deposit. :::?': h i 4.
tuberda la retired on a $3,277
Vr1 v nernlnn. Mora that inn.

detectives began combine the

' f ampung 1 piumi uf wiannanan

Bit,.S'V'j. ;v...

Forty-seven were picked uj
nil' hnnlrarl Ml fhafOmt nt w.

graney 6r policy dealing and lub-

tlon. Luberda, a former supervl 1
sor of plain -clones deteetlvei ia
Manhattan, alio ii under inves inves-Hgation
Hgation inves-Hgation by two grand juries, tha
New York ttolie Department aV

thtf U.S. Treasury Department.
The Luberda case is the la-
test In a series of police depart department
ment department scandals, Mearly a score 0!
policemen have been arrested re recently
cently recently on charges Including rap
Anil niitflep Tha tlpAnlrlim mrtnA

Jury ia making a sweeping invest!

gation into cnarges 01 1 pouc
ripUalaarlatf. .... i ,y;.



"V

pagi nn.
TVt PANAMA AMERICAN AN fNDCTENDFNT DAItT NEWSPATOI
erwide

v i -
ConwMtlon Club .
Hm Special Proirtm -,
Color iHJm on Mexico, with
'narration by Charge d' Affaires A A-aiador
aiador A-aiador of the-. Mexican Enjbawy
in Panama,- will be presented at
i ..tin tomorrow evenina of

the Canal Zone Spaniah Convem

tion Club. Tne group, wm meev
T:30 at the Quarry Heights Offi Officers
cers Officers Club.
Also on the program will be in instruction
struction instruction ur Feruvlan dances by
students at the Latin American

School at Albrook Air Force

Base. V1
Paul Glassburn v
Named Te Dean's tlt
Paul D. Glassburn, a senior at
Williams College,' WUiamstown,
Mass.. has been tamed to the
Pean'f Ust for acholastic a a-ehievement.
ehievement. a-ehievement.

The "son of Mrs. E. D. Glass Glass-burn
burn Glass-burn of Balboa, he is a graduate
of Balboa High School.

fey:

WE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
'by Doroihy Killgallen

A;

-.41 i
a 4

-e s
I

thi cfuiTies
Good newi for i the Broadway
.lTIT.. u.mM Arlen and John-

Memr are VSS
iu.:- .wt to create the acore

.(.m irnrtilAn Oi

Hudson for the male lead. .
prominent crooner and h s bride
are knitting tiny garments -DM
fast, to beat the stork's; arrival
".Billy Daniels' return to New
York night life is supposed to be
S! o to voce, for the CopacaM CopacaM-na
na CopacaM-na in April. . Jwo ma or studios
m interested in filming the We
st"y erf TV's Virginia Graham.
,i:V- ... tha suhiect 01

TTll b 19 TDUr UUB.

ner
let-

get her own comedy show as a
result. .Errol Fiynn's agents
don't know where he is. Recent
a temp s to locate him in Havana

proved fruitless, and a persistent

rumor has him en route to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow to interview Khrushchev.
(That should put Ike's mind at
easel)
Jack Dempsey. who had been

negotiating with the author of

"Somebody Up. There Likes Me,

Rowland Barber, decided on an

o her collaborator for his own au

tobiography-Bob Considine. .A
natole Litvak has seen "R'aslib

mon" twice. He's interej,.d m

the movie rights sees the film

as a vehicle fo Yul Brviwer.

It's all over between Molly Bee

and Dave Somerville of The Dia

monds. He now yearns for Con

in.niril thousands of

toafrom aU over he nation. ... -"f-

Haiti expels an invasion wunw Duet Eagt Horizon

a months time. . Force Col. Paul Meyers and ihe.
.rridaythelSth .Aig! former Mri. Edward G. Robin

The most colorful set m

Air

. u-j "-.-- ;cnn taT.r wno

oaie ror ""--i;- Thn-.ison.

naDDen to nave mc
tre w their agenda. His new pic picture,
ture, picture, will be' sneak-orevuewed
- there that night. -Mil
differences wlh Columbia Ret Ret-orda
orda Ret-orda dissolved toe minute he met
Godflard Lieberson, who charm-
him completely.
s; Don't mention gambling tables
to Harry James for a while
please,. He lost a wad in Las Vegas.

'11

r rATTLEMEN IN PANAMA A eroup of U.S. cattle breeders and their wives arrived in Panamavia Branlff yesterday, on
'SaS'SMhn-ttbam to the remotest spots In South America. Originating; from different
XAVL 'VVtc members, under 'the guidance of Bill Weekes a veteran tour conductor covered a
Kgreat many alr-miles The photo shows the travelers and Branlff representat ves Dayid Azcirraga and Jack W. Nlebling (left)
and Manuel Cueal6n (right), who were, at Tocumen Airport to welcome the visitors. .

Rep. Fulton Would Put Rickovcr

in Charge Of Nuclear Spacecraft

1 MVirtiftiiMi m imJ

Hollywood is the one on which

Marlon Brando is doubling as ac

tor and director for "One Eyed

Jacks." The flicker' figures 10

cost $4,000,000 probably a rec

ord for Western-by the ilme it's
finished in April. Then Marlon
will have all the celluloid shipped

East, where he'll edit It by mgrr
after working in the movie ver version
sion version of "Orpheus Descending" all
dap.

Within an hour, after Lana Tur Turner
ner Turner s aUced off the set of "Anato "Anatomy
my "Anatomy of a s Murder Q to Premm Premm-ger
ger Premm-ger was besieged with telephone
calls from gttsraafiager and
stars includinr"hums of La La-.
. La-. mhn runntivl tn reDlace her.

cnm hi irhtv olced members of

' the movie Uliroyilbiak-heOTaji

reconsider after she coois aown.

.ii' Larry- Blydeni r; auotes to i

.4. li.n, wnnt endear him 'O nis

msr master. Lee Strasberg, if

they ivn get into print. Larry,
very "unmethod' in "F lower
Dram Song,' now hold his own
acting classes for members of
the cast of the. Rodgers. and Ham Ham-merstein
merstein Ham-merstein musical, .Burt Lancas Lancaster"
ter" Lancaster" and Kirk, Douglas, who made
a hit singing a special di'ty, "We
Haven't Been Nominated" M last
year's Academy Aw?rd festlv'.Mes,
will do a new version of the song
' this time around only it'll be re re-titled
titled re-titled "We Still Haven't, Been No
minated."
Max Reibeisen, the insurance
ami real estate broker best known
to cafe society .celebs, is among
fhose bidding for Ellis Island. His
J lan is to make the former immu
ration stop a miniature version
ef New Ams erdam, complete
With Indians in full regalia and
appropriately costumed Colon Colonists"
ists" Colonists" arriving at scheduled hours
to thrill modern tourists. .Talent

scouts ousht to have a look at

Beverly Senders, currently singing

with Chuck Cabot's orchestra at

ttftlanri iShn'ii onlv 18: but e

' noueh of a s vlist to make the

dancing crowds pause when she
belts a song.
Java P. Morgan comes over re

markably well as An Carney's

sweetheart In the Mav 3 Sid Cae

ear spec, which was just taped.
The comments on her perform performance
ance performance are so enthusiastic she may

"' Elizabeth Taylor had no trouble
Catching more attention than any.
one else in the room when she
dined at the Colony wi h M i k e
Todd Jr., the other night:1 Even
Martians with no knowledge of
her current real-life scenario

Lwould have stared;, she as a yl yl-fslon
fslon yl-fslon in purple "dress, purple

nai ana purple gloves. .Tommy
Leonetti and Pat Quinn plan to

be married on June 13. . ,Fred

Astaire's daugher Ava, and her

angnsh beau with the hyphenat
ed name are busy denvinsr en.

gagement .rumors on both sides

oi ine Atlantic, in London. John

i-arker-Kees says, "We're ju-i
good friends." But in Hollvwonrf

17-year-old Ava admits sh hnn.

vu vuu cnsiana mis summsr.

Benny Goodman and ninri. ru.

tiaven are amons he show hie

names who've turned tin in rmit

for Lyda Fairbanks, th stnopr

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v viib iviflg oom. 4JG'g even

ueen Dacx ror an encore. .Dor
is Day's song from the film "Pil

iow xaut" sounded like a hit
when UI executives listenoH to it

so they've changed the ti le of the
movie to the title of the song
Ann U;.. II I1,1J ..B

wie fTinu mows.
Revival Services
In Fourth Week

The Evangelical Ministers

council continues its revival ser

vices for its fpurth weed which

services will oe as follows:
'Monday and Tuesday, Nazere
ne Church, San Miguel. Wednes

day and thursday, National Pat

tist, Panama. All services will be
proceeded by a prayer period
which begins at 7 p.m. followed
by the service at 7.30 p.m. All

are invited to take a friend.

WASHINGTON (UPI)-A Re

publican congressman urged the

government yesterday to orati

Rear Adm. Hyman G. Rickover.
father of the atomic submarine,
to rosh development ofa nuclear-

powered space craft.

The lawmaker, nep. james u.
Fulton- (R-Pa.). told the House

Space Committee that a practical
nuclpar-rowr''d rocket would nut

the United States "a million miles
ahpad of the Russians."

A number of top scientist hnve
said an atomic rocket is the key
to internlnnetary travel. Fulton, a
top member of the Snc" Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, said work should start at
once un'ier R'ckover.
Dr. Abe Silwstein, space
flight deveiooment Hirector of the
National Soac Arim'n'stration
xpreed "it would hln if men of
the caoabi'itv of Rickover" could
be brought into the space pro pro-grxnf.
grxnf. pro-grxnf. But he said NASA and the
Atomic Energy Commission al

ready have CRDable peonle work work-in"
in" work-in" mi a nuclear rocket.
Rickover enloys widswead
oopular'ty in Congress although
his stock is cosn'derably lower in
the Navy where he frequently has
trod on o'ficial toes in his zeal for

the nuclear submarine proeram.

Fulton also questioned whether

thi U.S. space proeram was be being
ing being pushed fast enough or whether
the United States is "picking
flowers on these highways and by byways
ways byways a we so inn space."

Dr. T. Keith Glennan. NASA

administrator, said it "takes time
,n develop an orderly but hard'

hitting program." 1

Bt. when ruiton said tne raie

of U.S.' soace progress disturbed

hirn, Glennan remarked: 'It dis
turhs me, too."

However. Glennan said we

are moving at a pace tnai

build solidly toward an all out
effort"' "which will be costing
about one billion dollars a year
within two to three years.
Glennan and other NASA offi officials
cials officials appeared to advocate an
extra $48,354,000 for NASA for the
current fiscal year. NASA's pres present
ent present budget is nearly 36 million
dollars. Its new budget for the
next fiscal year calls for 4853 mil million
lion million dollars.
nlennnn sniH tlR missile and

rocket outlays now total Jbout

seven billion dollars a year and
are almost certain' to increase.

( Presented by the Department
ef Christian Education ef the E
piscopal Church in the Mission
ry Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
Your Daily Bible Reading:
Philippians 3:1216

ed abou what we want to do that

all thought of movement toward

God is blotted out. We are spiri spiritually
tually spiritually in a rut, and standing still.
It is a wise man who says to his
soul, "Am I pressing on toward
the .mark?" God's mark, no'
man's.

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Bridge Tournament
To Be Sponsored
By Colon Croup
The Circulo Civico Colonense
has invited al) local bridge play play-pr
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Thes tournament is in aid of thekhlng I do I press on toward the

PRESSING ON
"Brethren, I eeunt not myself
to have apprehended: but this
ene thing I do... I press toward

the fistirk
Nothing is more fatal to growth
of chartcter and development of
soul than the conviction "I hae
arrived I I have attained! I am
there!" The foment you r?a.'h
that pot of gold is a mirage a!
though you may not know it.
By the time that St. Paul wrote
this letter to tro Christians in Phi
linnl he had became v:ry efficient

strong charae'er. But this recogni

tion did not soo mm, as it. so uuen
does to us. He wrote "I count not
mvself to have arrived" -When "o

measures hir""lf against what ne

knows to be the 'rue nature of

Christ, he knows how far short ne

falls But he is not para'-nA into
despair by what he sees. "This one

Amador Guerrero Hospital a cha

ritable institution in Colon.
Information may be obtained
from -J. 0. Campbell, Colon C.
Clarke, Prichard Aubert and C.
Small, Panama City; Roy Copper,
Alii Barber and Lucious Knight,
Santa ruz; C. E. Stevens and E.
Mattaden, Paraiso: Rafael Arman
Puejslo Nuevc ana Rio Abajo.

DUKE RETURNS

HON GKONG (UPI) The Duke

of Edinburgh returned to Hong
Kong Friday for the first time in
14 years. He last was here when
he was an officer in the Royal

will navy during World War II.

mark for tho prize of the high

Life must be a constant move

ment: w are either moving a

way from God or towards Him.

However, there are some of us
who are standing still. We are not
bad people, but we are not show showing
ing showing God the goodness that lies with

in us. so oiten we are so concern

RECEIVES. M0NSI6N0R

VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope

John XXIII Friday received m

private audience Msgr. James H
Griffiths, auxiliary to the arcl
bishop of New York.

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Inc. will take place ou Thursday, March 12, 1959, at 4:00
p.m., at Salon Panama. Hotel El Panama Hilton, to consider
the following:
1st. Election of Directors
2nd. Inventories and Balances
3rd. Any other matter duly presented to the Assembly
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frAGE SIX
TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 195?
ada Pinson

Drives In Five Rims
to Beat Dodgers 7-2

By FRED

NEW YORK, March 10 (UPI) Vada Pinson,
who just missed making the grade last season, is
once again the roockie riot of the Cincinnati Reds'

training camp.
The 21-year-old Negro outfielder,
a sensation last sprang but later
farmed out to Seattle in the Paci
fic Coast League, drove in five runs.
yesterday to lead the Reds to a 7-2
victory over the Los Angeles
Dodgers. Pinson blasted a 420-foot
homer and also delivered a two two-run
run two-run triple to pace Cincinnati's 11 11-hit
hit 11-hit attack.
It was the second win in three
games for the Reds who are so
rich in outfield talent that Frank
Robinson may be their regular
firstbaseman this year.l Brooks
Lawrence, first of four Cincinnati
pitchers, was the winner while
Dodger starter Danny McDevitt
suffered the loss.
Pinson, a native of Memphis,
Tenn., batted .271 in 27 games for
the Reds last season. He com compiled
piled compiled a gaudy .343 figure and hit
11 homers after going to the
Coast League.
Lee Maye, a rookie outfielder up
from Austin, Tex., also had a
field day as the Milwaukee Braves
whipped the world champion New
ifork Yankees, 9-6. Maye knocked
in five runs with a single and a
homer to help the National League
champions to their first Grapefruit
League win and hand the Yankees
their first loss. Rookie pitchers
Bill Hamilton, Donn Nottebart and
Bob Hartman held the Yankees to
10 hits, including a homer by Marv
Thorneberry.
Bob Cervand rookie Charley Se Se-crest
crest Se-crest paced Kansas City to a 4-1
win over the Baltimore Orioles al although
though although the Athletics collected only
four hits off Jack Harshman and
Hoyt Wilhelm. Cerv singled home
two runs off Harshman and Se Se-crest,
crest, Se-crest, who hit .281 at Little Rock,
Ark., last season, bopped a homer
off Wilhelm.
The Detroit Tigers handed the
St. Louis Cardinals their third
straight defeat, 4-0, with Billy
Hoeft, Tom Morgan and Jim Raugh
combining in a four-hitter. The
Cardinals didn't get a man past
second base.
Harry Anderson smashed a three three-run
run three-run homer in the Philadelphia
Phillies' 6-1 decision over the
Washington Senators. Curt Sim Simmons
mons Simmons started for the Phillies and
Mn'ti allow a hit during his three three-inning
inning three-inning stint. Dick Farrell, thace
relief pitcher who finished the
game, yielded the Washington run
on two singles and a sacrifice fly.
The Chicago White Sox defeated
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-5, in a
game marred by 10 errors, in including
cluding including four by first-baseman
Dick Stuart of the Bues. John
Romano and Johnny Callison hit
two-run homers for Chicago and
Stuart, unabashed by his poor
fielding, hit two doubles and a
single for Pittsburgh.
Minnie Miftoso, who wastes no
time once he gets around to sign signing
ing signing his contract, hit a homer and
two singles in his first exhibition
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Curt Jergens
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Joan Crawford
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The Story of Ester Costello"
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appearance in a Cleveland Indian
camp game Herb Score, who was
battered for eight runs by the Gi Giants
ants Giants last Saturday, pitched the
first three inninp and was tagged
for two runs one on a homer by
Larry Doby.
Other camp news: The Cubs
traded outfielder Chuck Tanner to
the Boston Red Sox for Bob (Riv
erboat) Smith, a lefty pitcher
Tanner will go to the Red Sox'
Minneapolis farm club. He had a
.262 average for the Cubs last sea season.
son. season. Smith, 29, was 4-3 with the
Red Sox last season . pitchers
Dick Drott and Glen Hobbie, just
out of the Army, rejoined the Cubs.
SCORES
L.A.S. Team Standings

W L
La Mascota 3 1
Marlboro 3 1
Crawford Agencies 2 2
Mcrcurio Jewelers 2 2
Cerveza Balboa 2 2
Gulfpride 2 2
Volkswagen 1 3
American Supply 1 3

LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOL
LEAGUE
After a month's vacation the
Latin American School League a a-gain
gain a-gain got under way with most of
the sponsors being repeats.
Last Wednesday we had a very
good show of players and fans,
everyone had the first night jit jitters
ters jitters to start with but it soon was
replaced with, a desire to win and
one and all are shooting tor the
top. When the last ball was roll
ed we found La Mascota in first
place, position they obtained b
taking 3 points from American
Supply and also by the total a-
mount of pins cut down. Hervey
lead the haberdashers with a 533
series and was second by Trevi Trevi-no
no Trevi-no with a 415 series.
For American Supply, anchor
man Taylor produced a 43 total
score with Michael pitching in a
364. Marlboro is in second place
by virtue of 3 points reluctantly
handed over by Volkswagen.
However these teams had quite
a battle as evidenced by the fact
that there was only 22 pins dif difference
ference difference in the toal scores.
The big Smokers were Di Paulo
with 493 series and Garcia with
a 474 For the car salesmen Burk Burk-ahlter
ahlter Burk-ahlter rolled a 500 series and La La-rrazabal
rrazabal La-rrazabal helped with a 395.
Crawford Agencies and Mercu Mercu-rio
rio Mercu-rio Jewelers split the night's boot boot-y
y boot-y by taking tax points per team,
actually this doesn't convey the
tremendous efforts put forth by
both teams, but here are some of
the best efforts in the form of to total
tal total scores. For Crawford Agen Agencies,
cies, Agencies, L'heuraux ; bowled a 399 se series
ries series and Saenz a newcomer, a
391. For Mercurio, the jewels
that sparkled were Martinez with
a 421 and Nolla with a 412. Gulf Gulf-pride
pride Gulf-pride the previous league champs,
just managed to split with los
Cerveceros de Balboa, LaGrange
one of the cerveceros got some somewhat
what somewhat intoxicated with strikes and
produced a 459 series, just 9 pins
behind was Hernandez doing his
best for Balboa For the Oil Men
Hodge lead with an outstanding
521 series. The 2nd top scorer for
the wild catters was, guided mis missile,
sile, missile, Gomez with 462 pins to his
credit.
Sports Briefs
NEW OPEN CONTRACT
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Accord According
ing According to the sponsoring local Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce, the Profession Professional
al Professional Golfers Assocation has agreed
to a new contract which would
give the contestants in the 1960
Los Angeles Open golf tournament
the opportunity to shoot for prize
money totaling $40,000. .The 1960
tourney will be held Jan. 8-11,
and will be preceded by a pro pro-amateur
amateur pro-amateur even!.
RACERS WHITTLED DOWN
LE MANS, France (UPI) Or Organizers
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auto race, which will be held on
June 21, said today that the field
of eligibles has been witf'd witf'd-down
down witf'd-down to 55 starters from an
entry list of 100. Phil Hill of
Santa Monica, Calif., S ir'ing
Moss of Britain and Jean Bchra
of France are among the top
drivers who will take part iin the
endurance race.
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CZ Decathlon
Championship
March 18-19

The Canal Zone decathlon
championship will be held on
March 18 and 19 starting at 0:30
p.m. both nights. The events on
Wednesday night will be 70 yards
high hurdles, high jumps. 100
yards dash, shot put and 220
yards dash. Thursday night the
events will be 120 yds. low hurd hurd-dles,
dles, hurd-dles, discus, broad jump, pole
vault and 660 yards run.
Entries will be restricted to the
following:
1. United States citizens having
commissary privileges and their
dependents.
2. Students enrolled in United
States citizen schools.
3. Former students of United
States citizen schools.
4. United States Armed Forces
personnel.
Athletes interested in entering
the contest may do so by leaving
their name or calling Balboa
Gymnasium. Entries close' Mon
day March 16.
John Clark of the Air Force
has won the decathlon title three,
years running and if on hand for
this one can be picked as a hea heavy
vy heavy favorite. Some of the local
names who could bring in a win
ner are Can Toothman, Ray INick-
isher, Bill Gibson, Charles De-
tne, Joe Garcia and others who
may not be mentioned here.
This is one of the most interest
ing and challenging of any track
and field competition from the
standpoint of the contestants. Tro Trophies
phies Trophies will be awarded in an ap
propriate number of places.
Allamira Defeats
Health Bureau 12-5
In Softball Series
Defendinz champion Club Alta-
mira last Saturday trounced the
Health Bureau softball team 12
to 5 behind the eight-hit pitching
of manager Edmund Joseph, to
open the summer inter-club se series
ries series and stretch their consecu
tive victories into this year.
With Gil Gonzalo Garrido, di
rector of Physical Education in
Panama, tossing' out the first
ball, Victor Carew of the Altami-
ras catching arid manager DaSil-
va 01 tne neaitn .Bureau oatting.
the game, played at Santa Rita
ball park, got underway at 10 o' o'clock
clock o'clock in the morning.
The big blow of the game came
in the first inning when Belgrave
of the Health Bureau Club came
to the plate with the bases load loaded
ed loaded and lifted one of Ed Joseph's
pitches over the left fieHd well to
put the hospital men ahead 4-0.
Another run in the same frame
was all the scoring for the HB's
for the day.
On the other hand successive
base blows, effective running on
the base paths and good coach coaching
ing coaching by Cleveland Warner and
John Thomas of the Altamira's
saw them come from behind to
tie the game in the lower half of
the fifth inning.
In the sixth, the champion Ata-
mira outtit scored a lone tally to
lead 6 5. However, the men were
separated from the boys in the
seventh as the champs, respond responding
ing responding to manager Joseph's brilliant
mound duty, unloaded on the hos
pital men and before the smoke
had cleared six big runs were tal
lied.
The sensational catch of the o o-pener
pener o-pener was in the seventh when
Williams of the HB team scaled
the wall in left field to pull down
wnat until men seemed to be n
sure homer.
In collecting ten hits the Alta Alta-miras
miras Alta-miras batted against Gustavo
who was pulled in the fifth after
giving up four hits good for one
run. George Smart, the Health
Bureaus ace moundsman, was
the loser.
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LOW J-tURDLES ACE Cristobal High School's Don Humphrey streaks over a hurdle while win winning
ning winning the 180-yard low hurdles during a recent inter-school track meet.

,
Third Track And Field Night
Af Mt. Hope Park Tomorrow

By TREVOR SIMONS
Cristobal's big track and field
night, featuring stars of tomorrow
the Tiger Vansty, invited athletes
from Balboa High and Canal Zone
Junior Colleg and members of the
Atlaific Club team, will be held
for the third consective year at
Mount Hope Stadium tomorrow
night. Field events are scheduled
to begin at 6:45 and the running
events at 7 o'clock.
Track and Field fans from both
sides of the Isthmus will have an
opportunity to see the Elementary
Athletes entered with teams re representing
presenting representing Gatun, South Margarita
and Coco Solo.
Junior High will be represented
with two teams, to be tabbed the
Blue and the Gold and the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal varsity track and field squad
will be divided into two compe compe-teting
teting compe-teting teams, each captained by
one of the Tiger's outstanding run runners.
ners. runners. The Blue team will tfnder the
direction of Don Humphrey, Cris Cristobal's
tobal's Cristobal's speedy low-hurdles champ
and the "White team by Hugo
Tompkins, top 440 runner from the
Gold Coast who finished a close
second to Charlie French in the
triangular meet at Balboa last
Thursday night..
Humphrey's best time for the
180-yard low hundles this year has
been 21.7 and his only loss in that
race has been against AC'i Charlie
Detore who was clocked at 22.2
when downing the Tiger hurdler.
Charlie Detore is one of a pair
of Athletic Club runners already
announced as starters in Cristo-
bals track and field events Wed
nesday ni'ght.
Most interesting event of the
night will probably be the running
of the mile. Joe Lorenzo has al already
ready already finished first four times in
as many starts and has been con
sistently under the 5 minute mark
All but one of his wins have been
scored easily, the only exception
GUN-CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
the difference between night
and day, though ameliorated by
Walter Johnston's skillful deploy deployment
ment deployment of flood-lights, lent more
zest to an already sporty game
tor a good line of Skeetsters' at
the March 4 evening shoot at the
Cristobal Gun Club.
The birds seemed to fly faster
after dark, but Johnston swore
the traps were the same as al always.
ways. always. A fairly stiff on score
breeze complicated gun laying
problems still further, and the
best scores were none too hich:
Johnston 22
J. C. Lastinger (20. ga.) 22
Art Sutton (.410) 21
Joe Kuetter 21
Geo. Lopp 21
W. Schexnayder 21
F. Cholla 21
C. Hayward (.410) 20
J. B. Shields 20
R. Casanoza 19
Lee Carr 18
J. Mitchell 15
H. H. Shacklett 15
Garcia 1 12
"Doc" Moore also shot.
All hands agreed the addition
al fun was well worth all John
ston's trouble, and large turn
outs are expected for the night
time shoots, which are to be held
at 7:30 p.m. on the first Wednes
day of each month, with the reg
ular schedule adhered to on oth
er Wednesdays.
The Col. H. E. Rice Momorial
Sheet Trophy shoot will be held
Sunda, April 5, at 10:30 .m
TODAY ENCANTO -25N15
vvauuui iid.uu
Gregory Peck In
"THE BRAVADO"
Jane Craln In
"PINKY"

MILER Joe Lorenzo, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal miler, is undefeated in four
starts.
being against Carl Toothman of the
Athletic Club.
Feb. 18 Toothman forced Loren
zo to come from behind for a nar narrow
row narrow 2-yard win at Mount' Hope.
The Cristobal miler was clocked
at 4:57.6, but could improve on
that time if Toothman gives chase
as closely as he did in their previ previous
ous previous meeting.
Several of the outstanding Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High Athletes have also been
invited to participate Wednesday
night, but so far no announcement
has been made whether or not they
hive accepted.
Junior Colleges one-man track
team, Billy Gibson, has already

Clayton Clinches Second Place
In Armed Forces Baseball Loop

With only six games left in the
1959 P. A. F. baseball league the
Ft. ClaVton Cavaliers cinched sec
ond place lasi night at the Beam
Stadium by defeating the Albrook
Flyers, 8-7.
There Seemed to be no relaxa
tion during the entire game for
either side as all players were
alert and ready to take advant
age of any erros, passed ball of
jwild pitch.
The sixth and eighth innings
held the crowd in suspense as
ten runs were scored between the
two teams. The last batter of the
evening was Abercrombie with
two outs for the Flyers .and Jn
need of a run to tie the score.
With two and two the count, A A-bercrombie
bercrombie A-bercrombie failea to connect.
In the eighth inning every Fly Flyer
er Flyer player came to bat and three
crossed home plate. Zimmerman
was the first man up, he went
down swinging. Patrie followed
and doubled to left field.. Aber Abercrombie
crombie Abercrombie "beep-beep" stepped into
the batter's box and slammed a
single to right field which ad
vanced Patrie to third.
With first base open, the next
batter, Greenfield, slugged one to
the Cavaliers' third baseman,
who fumbled giving "Red" :hls
base; allowing Patrie to score as
Abercrombie moved to third.
With Taylor at bat, a wild pitch
hit the ground and Abercrombie
moved across home plate for the
second run of the inning. Taylor

announced that he will be on hand,
which should be sufficient to dis
courage all probably discuss throw
ers and broad jumpers. Gibson's
141 foot toss of the discus has
been tops this year and he has
been running a close race with
Tourssieh of Balboa- High for the

Broad Jump. The Bulldog leaped
beat Gibson at Balboa on i eDrua eDrua-ry
ry eDrua-ry 13th with a 21'10" jump, but
the lanky College a Jilete's 21'5"
leap last Thursday night was e-
nough t odefeat Toussieh.
The Tigers posted a pair oi in in-erscholastic
erscholastic in-erscholastic records at Balboa
Thursday night when Gary Irving
ran the 880 in 2:06.4 and their
sprint medley relay team did the
route in 1:42.4. All will be bacx
again Wednesday night at Mount
Hope Stadium for another craCK
at knocking seconds on times post
ed in Canal Zone track and field
events.
Whatever
v
Happened to...
GLENNN PRESNELL
Glenn Presnell, star halfback at
the University of Nebraska in he
late 1920's went into the pro Na National
tional National Football League with the
nlH Portsmouth. Ohio, club in
1931. In '33 he led the league in
scoring and was named all-league
halfback, a unanimous cnoice.
With the Detroit Lions in 1934, he
hnotpd a 54-vard field goal for a
3-0 victory over Green Bay and
that stood as a distance record
of Baitimore made a 56-yarder
for 19 years until Bert Reichicnar
against the Chicago Bears in
1953. Presnell later served a3
backfield coach at Nebraska.'
Whatever happened to Glfenn
Presnell? He has been coaching
at Eastern Kentucky State Col College
lege College at Richmond, Ky., for 13
years, six as head football coach.
.
COACH OF .YEAR
' NEW "YORK (UPI) Lou Ros Rossini,
sini, Rossini, who left Columbia last spring
to take over the coaching helm at
New York University, has. been
named "Coach of the Year" by
the Metropolitan Basketball Writ
ers Association. He will be hon
ored at the organization's annual
dinner, March 15.
was given a walk; Hansen, pinch
hitting for Rogillio walked; and
Allison received a fielder's
choice, forcing Greenfield at sec second,
ond, second, Langer came up, faced one
pitch and was hit, walking in Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and leaving the bags filled
with two, away and the score 8-7,
Cavaliers leading. Fadrtfn ninth
batter for the inning was thrown
out at first to retire the side leav leaving
ing leaving the score 8-7. v
Bill Donahue was the winning
pitcher for the Cavaliers. Their
biggest inning was the sixth as
they scored foui runs and all
players, had a turn at bat. Lead-
off man was Christian, who re returned
turned returned to the dugout swinging.
Donahue was walked, Dickson
sent his hit tc the shortstop giv giving
ing giving him a base on an error. Burke
followed Dickson, but failed ; to
find the ball and was struck ou.
McGovern the fifth batter" walk walked,
ed, walked, loading the bases. Second
baseman Tate came- to bat and
tripled to deep right field scoring
three runs. With Tate on third,
Sauerbrun singled to left', field
and scored Tate Steppe swung
on the first pitch and connected
for a single moving Sauerbrum to
sfcunu. rirsi Daseman, jacier-
raott popped out to- center field
to retire the ide. 4'-'-:
The Cavaliers, had eight '-runs,
12 hits and four errors. Albrook
hired in seven runt, eight-: hits,

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant : ;

Classy sprinter Blancor and nine
other thoroughbreds arrived on
schedule Saturday night at the To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen airport from Lima. Peru.
Three of the thoroughbreds are
owned .by the Stud Malema and
will be trained here by Arturo Ju
lian Derade. The trio is formed by
Blancor, Lancaster,, and Albigence.
his Majesty, a classy router.
will race for the Peruvian ambas
sador to Panama. .
Yucatan, a Peruvian-bred racer
which was acquired in an exchange
for the disappointing Affiliation
Order, also arrived among the
group, i
The other five Onassis. El
Tunchi, Hurlingham, Bongar6s
and Jaymah are owned by Dr.
Juan Maria Nelson and were con
signed to trainer Luis Humberto
Farrugia who will be their han handler.
dler. handler. 1
Topnoteh Chitlan jockey An Antonio
tonio Antonio Marcttetini accompanied
the horses instead of Alfonso Car Car-bonoll.
bonoll. Car-bonoll. Marchetini will most like likely
ly likely ride Blancor in next Sunday's
$7,500 added six furlong Francis Francisco
co Francisco Arias Parades Classic.
, oOo
Leading jocVey Braulio Baeza
last week joined the ranks of the
Benedicts. His bride is the daugh daughter
ter daughter "of Chilean trainer Manuel Ri Rivera
vera Rivera Rivera. ,- A close friend of
Baeza reports that the brilliant
reinsman plans to visit his young
wife's homeland, Chile, soon.
- oOo
D. Madrid was 'c only jockey
suspended over the weekend. He
got six meets for crossing Empire
Cross and Alhajar with Miss Pa Patience
tience Patience in Sunday's sixth race.
The horses Licenciado, Julio
Verne, Pancho Looez and Escar-
dillo were suspended for 15 days
Rainhnui f itu
IIUIIIWWII VIIV
Sivodore Morris Increase
Rainoow City iortoall Lead As
Powens and cig. Oasis nay lie
' V
By HERBERT MOISE
Stevedore Morris
5 1
3 2
2 3
5
several of
.833
.ttUO
tig. Oasis
-W)0
Mantra
.400
Aiwomoti
.two
mis writer and
the
over 2,000 ians who witnessed sa
turaay s douDle header are still
quivering trom all the excitement
and thrills produced as Stevedore
Morris bea. Pantra 6 to 2 and
Cigarrillos Oasif. and Powells tied
in an extra. inning contest. The
Stevedore Morris victory placed
them undisputedly in ..first place
while the then and still tied Powell
and Cig. Oasis are in second place
Stevedore Morris 4 Panira 2
Behind tht stout pitching of Bob
Moolchan, the Walker-Irvin Morris
Red and Gold defending Cham
pions played their usually good and
s eady bail to stave off early game
threats from the Pantra "rebels
with a cause." i
Bob, who up to game time had
the fantastic earned run average
of 0.36, gave up two to run his
season's average oto' a creditable
0.81 while Powell's Leslie Draycon
who battled Moolchan last year
but lost for. tht pitching honors
is sporting a hm 0.91 ERA..
This' game had its bright spots
with Moolchan dominating in the
late stages. to best Irvin Harding
and Librado Mancias of Panira.
Another sensational performance
was turned in by Edgar 3ig
Fats" McCollins as he raced deep
into leftcenter to grab a towering
drive in the fourth.
Powells 4 Cig. Oasis 4
The nightcap of Saturday's twin-
bill prove U be the most exci.ing
in mav years out at itainDow uiy.
The excitement cannot be captured
and du. in Mint but fans are still
buzzing over the climactic finish
of this battle for second place.,
Both clubs iock one-run tames
to their credit 1.1 the iirst inning
then pecked away at each other
for two more" one-run productions
With the scor. tied 3-3 in tne clos
ing staees. trie Powell Club moved
into a one run -lead that quickly
melted into a four-all tie as Ernest
Franklyn dropped'an easy flyball
in ngnuieiu.
The game went into extra inning
with dusk faUing rapidly. Powell
electrified the crowd by blowing
up a small rally only to have it
nipped in the bud by 'fine toird toird-base
base toird-base playing of Echav-rria who
cleanly fielded a smash of the bat
of George Knowles (pinchhitteu
with the winning run on third.
Then came the last half of the
eighth and the Green Smokers turn
at bat. After much manupulations
by manager Mickey Robinson, this
club had three on with only one
dowriSrimcwhert in between this
base-loaded situation, Luis ''Little
Loo'V Lindo pulled off a fine catch
of Marcelino Obaldia's liner tow-
ward center. .The winning run
was even then perched at third.1!
A surprising thing happened
while 'the tension built up over the
regulation 7 innings hel .every
one of the 2,000 spectators glued
to tneir seats and standing places,
The usually sage and tricky base base-runner,
runner, base-runner, Nugent "Tutu" Joseph who
represented the Oasis winning run
with only one out, danced off
third base too soon and wl called
out at third. r-i., '!?':'; :!l
Rogelio Aikmasi drew .walk

V
each by the' yetexinarfan Tfor being,
lame after their raee .'

The garter ordered ttat itofja"5!
Flora be sent to ehonii :'

There wilt be a Jimmy Cowan
Handicap this coming Sunday in
uunor oi me iormer trainer who iti
now a patient at the; Nicolas Sola"
no Hospital, v !,i f i
Cowan spent most of hig life at
th nnw-ffafiint.Tn.?i? wm.

iracK. tie Degan as a groom and"'
later gained success as the JraineiU;:
of horses owned by George Wilt

tarns and Victor Marnier Campo.-
tie proDawy enjoyed his greatest''
Success, while straining Insrato

which later was named Kvpo!I

sharp) and Mandon (liter Revlon)m'
for Williams and Arabe.II, DonF-

nun ana Arquimeaes lor Campo;"
W-f 1 J:. ..... r i-m.
i nenas oi U)wan and turfites hi

general are asked to contribute ?

whatever possible to aid the ailing -''M
turfman S?'

oOo :
The tiros of tho autemobil a?
Luis Bunting, editor of ff ff-and
and ff-and Herald and senior tte" H at
the President. Ramon reeetraek',?.
Were slashed Sunday mhmrnftnn

tome time durino tha rat. '.lit

The Panama Secret Police is In
vestigating the crime. ;
This corner sucftrests strirtpr snr.

vciuauie uy jctIA.IUi; 1UI aueiKIHllfee' o
and the National Guardsmen on
duty at the racetrack during rao.
ing meets. 1
oOo
. 1 1

oitftuug wuinuuis are oeui! iurnni!ii.

ea in ny most of tne entries fonbr"
next, Sunday's Francisco Arias Pa-r7.A
redes Classic. Ragazza's 1:13 3Sr;

lor six furlongs and Double Four.'a.iij

49 for a half mile are among the'S;?
best. t, ttixw'irt

: '.'i ;

Vnfthall I oamifl

kVIIUUII LtDUUC 1

from the reliefing Leslie? Drayton
to again load the bases. The ian".'"'

ky, str-ngoeau jt-oweil ace put .iie,,f"J

pressure on further on Bovelle
lorced him to en the con est wicn"11"
an easy tlv u. left. :r-:5J

Kuay Lynch, 'Powell' impoi te 11 w
pucher, hurled good ball alio yieicf-C
ed' only 'four hits between nimsff

out of many tight snots: Tha PnumlP'iaS

club clubbed the omalia -pill .bf"o V'

a Dig total of 12 hits but, never
buhened them effectively.' J"S
; Twice Diaz rose to the occasion
with his slower-than-slow pitdaitig,.
In one instance he forced ,Her-:2; :

man Pharloo in Mi inin 'a- n j

one down just af .er his tbirdsscker
erred an easy grounder: This same"
Echevarria turned Gharles' b
hopper into a doubleplay. m
the other the same Echevarria was,
the key figure when h hinffT
Stanley Arthur back tn third

threw out Knowles who had pinch. .1 I
hit. a wicked smash to him.

n rv..v.iiiH.i qiju iiui CU -pj CS- 1 1
sure ball to -stay, in the enn put- ft t

Tomorrow the schedule .'cohtmiies'i
as Aiinomttn nljvt rioirriltn. vW' '.-

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Resorts
Foster cottage, between -Santa
Clara and Rwf Hato. New low
"''ratal. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach, Telephone
Smith, Gamboe 302.. .L
PHILLIPS Oceanstdo Cottage
Santa Clan HoVf.
mm 1.1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RINTi Modern thrao bad bad-room
room bad-room chalet, two bathrooms,
t maid' room with aorvico. Tal.
S-J"0.
Rooms
t. FOR RENT) burnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double .coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-063S.
FOR RENT: One room, furnish furnish-d,
d, furnish-d, $35.00, "I" Street No. 26,
Apto. 4, close to the Key Club.
Telephone 2-5174.
Writing Poetry
For Profit Due
At JWB Discussion

""vWriting poetry for profit will be
h ? subieet under discussion

SBrsday, at a meeting of the Ar
& Forces Writers League shec
i for 7:30 p.m. in the Balboa
At invitAtion to attena meetings
j the league Ms Deen exienaea
photographers cartoonists and
Sther artists, as well as pewon
interested ya writing.
DEVOTION tO DUTY "V
LONDON (UPIJ Columnist
Paul Doncaster' reported ne
had waited for minor tiftat-
ment. last-week at th Royal Free
Hospital between a postman who
had tripped and hit his head on a
'mail box and a fireman who had
burned his nose lighting a cigar-t.

Violence Hits Strike-Bound
Textile Plant At Henderson

o
HENDERSON, N. C. (UPI)-An
explosion ripped through a large
boiler at a strike bound textile
plant near midnight yesterday and
47 machines were splashed with
acid as a violence tr nolabor dis dispute
pute dispute entered its 17th week.
The boiler explosion at the
South Henderson plant of the Har Harriett
riett Harriett Henderson cotton mills was
one of four blasts which echoed
through the town around mid midnight.
night. midnight. As of early today, police
had been unable to locate the
sources of the other three,-
The Dlast and acid dousing of
, i -.1

W2 maenmes mrKea me iua iiici iiici-M
M iiici-M plans since 1,200 workers walked,

on ineir juus last iwvcuiuci.
came as striking workers focused
their attention on a resumption
in union-management negotiations.
.Foremen said they battled the
blaze caused by ithe explosion for
about an hour and a half. They
said there apparently was "not
too much damage." i
Workers at the mills were quot quot-cd
cd quot-cd as saying they thought they
ieould have the boiler back into
operation in about two to three
hours.-? They expressed belief that
the acid on the machines and
cloth would be more serjous.

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- TOKYO (UPI) Informed sourc sources
es sources 'said Friday Japanese Prime
Minister Nobosukei Kishi Might
visit the United states Jhis sum summer
mer summer to confer with American, of officials
ficials officials on the international situa
tion. ,. Kishi visitd Washington in
1957.
SEEK MORE FUNDS
LONDON (TJPI) The British
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-trt al of S19.6O0.O0O. ta nnor.t. 1h

',f Secret Service In the new, fiscal

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Apartments
Two toom apartments for rent
in newly erected building in 14th
Street, Rio Abajo Fourth build building
ing building on the left) $23 and $25
monthly. Apply to Champtuar,
6th Street No. 12, Telephone 2 2-2419.
2419. 2-2419. FOR' RENT: Best located ono
room furniihed apartment. Clean
and independent. rd Street No.
13.
FOR RENT: Furnished, three
bedroom's apartments, (chalet),
garage. 168 Via Belisario Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras ($110.00).
FOR RENT: 5 bedroomt apart apartment
ment apartment ond other one of two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Colombia Street No. 8.
For details telephone 3-0338 2 2-5388.
5388. 2-5388. FOR RENT: Modern apartment
with living room, bedroom, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, big back porch
and two independent entrances.
Price $55 00. Furnished $75.00,
31st street No. 3-41.
IN BELLAVISTA Urge Two
Bedroom Apt., Dining, Living,
Porch, Balconies, Two Bath Bathrooms,
rooms, Bathrooms, Maid's room and Garage
also smaller two Bedroom Apt.
Furnished or Unfurnished. Call
Panama 2-4696.
FOR RENT? Cool apartment, 2
bedroom modern, closets, one
toilet, living-diningroom, big kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room with toilet,
laundry room, private parking,
hot water pipe, all wired. Ave.
Juan A. Jimenez No. 23, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 2 in front Colegio Javier.
Phone 3-1382 or 3-1636, $105.
FOR RENT: Comfortable and
practical apartment, ground floor,
two bedrooms, two services,
maid's room, garage, hot water,
wash tubs inside, near Maria In In-maculadfar
maculadfar In-maculadfar College, Mexico Ave.
69. Inside. See it from 9 to 4
p.m, daily,
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Office apace in
commercial building located in
modern business area. For -complete
information call Panama 3-
The blast left a dent in the boiler
about the size of a dishpan, and
blew a hole in the floor. The loud,
rumbling explosion was heard by
Myon Carroll Singleton of Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, among others;-
The boiler is oil fired and used
chiefly for humidifying the plant
a requirement in the production of
yarn.
The usual crowds of strikers
showed up again today to jeer
workers who crossed the picket
lines to return to their jobs. There
was no rock throwing or other
forms of Violence as highway pa
trolmen stood.
There appeared to be a slight
increase in the number of work-
es. At the South Mills, police
counted 255 workers- while union
Counters tallied 69 cars-J-all greet greeted
ed greeted by shouts and catcalls: The
union said there was a heavy
number of out-of-state cars going
into the mills.
Representatives of the Textile
Workers Union of America and
me mms were to meet mis aiter aiter-noon
noon aiter-noon in an. effort to settle their
long-standing dispute over an ar arbitration
bitration arbitration clause. The clause, de demanded
manded demanded by the union, remains the
chief block to a settlement.
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TREMORS CAUSE DAMAGE
. HOLLAND1A, Dutch New

Guinea (UPI) Reports reacned
here Wednesday from the, remote
Manokwari district that yiolent
earth tremors Sufiday damaged
buildings, broke waterlines nd
electric wires, and .shoved a new
lyconstrucled : pier 16 inches sea
ward. There were.no reports of
deaths of .injuries. v
1 il t

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac 2 2-door
door 2-door $2550. Office 82-3117.
'home 84-5216.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Road Road-master,
master, Road-master, can be seen at 0774-C,
Williamson Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE 1948 Buick conv.
1959 C.Z. Inspected $160.00.
1519-D Akee St. Phone 2 2-1356.
1356. 2-1356. AUTOS EISENMAN, S A. Of Offers
fers Offers for Sale
1953 Willys Station Wagon, 4
Wheel drive, new tires, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition,
Open all day Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tels: Pma. 2-2610 2-4966.
Conservative GOP

Views On Redefining Party's Goals

WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
conservative critics of the GOP's
face-lifting plans will address a
committee named to reaetine me
party's long-range goals and pol policies,
icies, policies, it was disclosed yesterday.
Sen. Barry uoiawater m-Anz.j
and Rep. Richard M. Simpson
(R-Pa.) are ythe two. Neither has
taken kindly in the past tc so so-called
called so-called liberal moves to revamp
the party.
President Eisenhower warned
Republicans at their recent con conclave
clave conclave in Des Moines to dispel the
imaee of the party as a "hiber
nating elephant. wmpson came
right nacic-witn a request ior
more White House itaaersnip.
Goldwater is chairman of the
Reoublican Senatorial Committee.
Simpson heads the Congressional
Campaign committee.
The 44-member committee
charged with defining the party's
eoals was named last month by
GOP National Chairman Meade
Alcorn with, the approval if JUi-
'Dead' War Hero
Asks Identiiy Card
As Live Italian
CAGLIARI, Italy CTJPD-Mario
Mameli, officially a dead, war he hero,
ro, hero, tried in vain this month to
get an identity card instead of a
gold medal.
Mameli, a 37-year-old shoestring
vendor, has alternately been list listed
ed listed as alive ai.d dead, as a hero
and as a desertei by various gov gov-past
past gov-past 16 years. The prevalent
view right now, the registrar's of office
fice office told him in rejecting his ap application
plication application for an identity card, is
that he is gloriously dead.
It all started in 1943 when Ma Mameli
meli Mameli went on leave from the Ita
lian navy to vis. his motner, wno
had been serious iniured in a
bombing. The torpedo boat Per-
sei in which he served was sunx
durin? his leave.
Italy's armistice with the AUle3
followed soon afterward p"-' Ma Mameli
meli Mameli went home to Cagliari with without
out without reporting to navy authorities.
After the war, Mameli was
charged with .desertion and freed
under an amnesty.
Records of his leave and de de-sert'on
sert'on de-sert'on somehow got lost. In 1955,
a navy commission, working on
the theory that Mameli was on
the ship when it sank, informed
his family thpt he was "dead at
sea" and that they were,awaring
him a posthumous gold medal.
Mameli has been trying ever
since to prove that he is alive.
The New
S IP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Panama Colon
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
i Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto?

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Sacrifice. New
modern white plastic couch.
Chinese carved high chest. Life Lifetime
time Lifetime dishes, (Watertown) Serv Service
ice Service for eight. Set of Golf Clubi
-and bag. (Spaulding r.). Mis Miscellaneous.
cellaneous. Miscellaneous. Phone 2-3274,
5508-B Diablo 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:. Sofa bed and
matching chair. jYery good con condition.
dition. condition. Balboa 2-6371.
FOR SALE: Nice dining set
complete $175.00, gas stove four
burners, oven, etc. $80.00. Air
conditioner 'A, $200.00 Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6793.
FOR SALE: Kelvinator refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, 60 cycle, porcelain, $50,
House 3223. Empire St., Balboa.
Critics To Air
senhower. It was one of a series
of steps designed to help bring
the GOP back from its 1958 elec
tion setbacks.
The committees first session
will be held here next Friday and
Saturday. Its chairman is Charles
H. Percy, Chicago business exec
utive.
On another political front, the
political wing of the AFL-CIO
scheduled 20 conferences across
the country this year to expand
union get-out-the-vote activity.
Ton officers of tne A-L-(JlO's
Committee on Political Ediication
"said tactics and strategy for na-
tiinal elections in 1960 and state
and city contests tnis year wiu
be discussed.
The series will open Wednesday
with a two-day session at Hunt Hunt-ineton.
ineton. Hunt-ineton. w. Va.. with wives of urt
ion members welcome to attend.
Macmillan Chooses
Bowler For Visit
To U.S. Capital
LONDON (UPD-Prime Minis
ter Harold Macmillan, whose hats
are becoming as famous as Sir
Winston Churchill's cigars, has
picked a bowler for his trip to- the
united itates.
Two weeks beta. Manmillan ar
rived in Moscow in a 30-yeaif-old
tall white fur hat which instan instantaneously
taneously instantaneously took Moscow and much
of the world by storm.
Returning from Northern ire
land Saturday, Macmillan joked
with reporters about the cloth cap
he was wearing "much more
suitable' for Northern Ireland
than the white fur, ho said.
Sunday, the Sunday Dispatch re
ported the Macmillan choice for
his American trip in two weeks'
time is to be that most. British
of hats, the derby.
WAR ON NARCOTICS
PARIS (UPI) -Some of the
world's top sleuths gathered in
Paris yesterday to draw up plans
lor a global war on narcotics
peddling. "We want to carry the
oattie right to the drug smug
glers,' said Jean Nepote, assist
ant secretary general of Interpol
me international ponce organiza
lion.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White Flet

New Orleins Service

'YAQUE" v-...- Mar. 14
"MORAZAN" Mar. 20
"ULUA" Mar. 28
'AQUE" 4 Apr. 4
"MORAZAN" Apr. 11
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carre

New York Service

"LIMON" i Mar. 15
''HEREDIA" Mar. 22
"JUNIOR" ...Mar. 29
"COMAYAGUA" Apr. 5
"FRA BERLANGA" Apr. 12
CRISTOBALW.C.CA. FEEDER SERVICE
"TEXITA" Every (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.'

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
)'-' j
To New York and Return ...... i $240.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return . $365.00

TELEPHONES:

CRISTOBAL 2121

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Piano, Upright
painted ivory $150.00 Gatun 5 5-465.
465. 5-465. FOR SALE. Westinghouse auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, 2104-C, Curundu,
Phone 83-3227.
FOR SALE: Modern German
Center Table $17.50. Three 16"
Fans $15.00 fr $17.50. Canopy
8 -6" $750. Fine Crystalware
$20.00. Center, telephone, nite
tables $7.50, $2.50, $5.00.
Bedroom Chairs $7.50. Kitchen
Utencils, Potted Plants, 3-0080
Panama.
FOR SALE: RCA Orthophonie
Hi-Fi, mahogany excellent con condition
dition condition $125.00. Can be seen
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 868 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Colliers Encyclo Encyclopedia
pedia Encyclopedia with Harvard Classics
$175.00. 16" fans $17.50,
beautifully embroidered linen
blouses $7.50. White cotton
table cloth wpunch work and
colored embroider w12 napkins
72"x90" $12.00. Organdy
wcolored linen table cloth
wfilet laco Army and Navy set
54"x72" w6napkins $19.50
An-tung silk embroidered blouses
$3.50, All new beautiful modern
German centartable wacid proof
top $17.50 all priced for quick
sale. 3-0080 Panama.
Railroader Blames
Tealherbedding'
For Unemployment
CHICAGO (UPI) Daniel P.
Loomis, president of the Assn. of
American Railroads, charged
Monday "featherbedding" prac practices
tices practices and labor's "chronic fear"
of automation is a chief cause of
declining employment in the in industry.
dustry. industry. Asserting that unnecessary em employment
ployment employment expenses cost the rail
roads more than 500 million dol
lars a year. Loomis aid "this
waste, which adds about 10 per
cent o our payrolls, takes its toll
in inflated prices, a weakened
competitive position and reduced
job opportunities in the industry.
It is also a heavy factor in
making railroading an almost
profitless business, in freezing out
new equity capital and in curtail curtailing
ing curtailing outlays for new plant and
equipment," the industry spokes
man added.
In a talk before the annual
meeting of the american Rail Railway
way Railway Engineering Assn. here, Loo Loomis
mis Loomis said "some labor spokesmen
seem to have a chronic fear that
automation and greater mecha mechanization
nization mechanization of operations will put
men out of work.
"I would urge, however," he
continued, "that this fear be
tempered with realization that
onlv through eavy investment
can the railroads hope to remain
competitive with other carriers
and stay in business."
"With this necessity before us
all," he said, "we hold out our
hand to railroad employees to
join management n creating a
new climate of labor-management
relations in this vital industry."
Arrive
CVIetobal
Arrive
Cristobal
PANAMA 2-2904

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Remon
Racetrack, Alt lot with street
fronts, towage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Lot 1.066 Muarev
meters in the best location t
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 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Ideal rest resort
for religious organizations or
dubs. Beautiful property over overlooking
looking overlooking Coronado Beach, two
houses large and small, all com com-forst,
forst, com-forst, will also sell separately.
Very reasonable, Tel, Panama 3 3-6779.
6779. 3-6779. FOR SALE: No dealers three
houses built on one lot of 2643
m2, in Vista Hermosa. Apply
personally to Libreria Preciado
Dogs
FOR SALE. A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m. A.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 16V! inboard boat
$1500. Saul Alvarado. 90th
Street East, Tel. 3-3887.
FOR SALE: 19 ft. all fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass boat with flotation chamb chamber,
er, chamber, double bottom Tilt-trailer,
curved windshield, convertible
tip, 2 Johnson 35 h.p cost new
$2,800, leaving for the States
will sacrifice for $2,000 cash,,
like new. Phone 3-7493.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: BSA 125 motor,
cycle 1952. Phono Balboa 2 2-2911.
2911. 2-2911. Good condition.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK. Mar. M fUPn
The stock market opened moder moderately
ately moderately active today, with fluctua fluctuations
tions fluctuations within narrow mareins. but
there were more gains than loss
es.
ACF Ind 53
Advocate Asbestos 360b
Alleghany Corp i07a
Aluminium Ltd. 29
Amer Cyanamid 554
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel 241
Anaconda Copper 73
Arkansas Fuel XD34
AVCO Mfg 12V4
Beth Steel 51
Bettinger Corp 8b
Bicroft Uranium 85b
British Pet 7
Burroughs 41tt
Canadian Eagle 6b
Celanese 31V6
Cerro de Pasco XD50
Chicago Great West 48V4b
Chrysler 54V
Cities Service 6QVi
Coastal Caribe IV
Creole Pet 59V
Crown Cork and Seal 36
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 11-16
Du Pont 234V
El Paso Natural Gas 36
Eversharp 23
Fairchild Engine 9
Fargo Oil 6V4
Felmont Pet 6b
General Dynamics 62V
General Electric XD80
General 'Motors 457a
General Plywood 21
Gulf Oil 117V4
Harsco Steel "
Hayden Newport 16
Howe Sound 16
Imperial Oil 44V
Intl Pet 404b
Intl Tel and Tel 35
Lorillard 80
Martin Co. 18
New Eng Tel and Tel 175b
Northrop Air 38
Olin Mathieson 48
Pancoastal 4
Pan Israel 7-16
Pantepec Oil 1
Phillips Pet 503
Pure Oil 42
RCA 53V4
Reynolds Metal 76
Royal Dutch Shell 43
Shell Transp 19
Signal Oil and Gas 36 b
Sinclair Oil 65
Socony Mobile 45
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NJ 51
Sterling Precision 4
Studebaker-Packard 11
Superior Oil 1895
Terfas Gulf Prods 28
Underwood 27
United Canso Oil 1 15-16
US Rubber 54
US Steel 92
Universal Cyclops 36
Westinghouse Elec 77b
Wheeling Steel 55
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelist billy Graham stood
hatless in a steady rain .in Mel
bourne Showgrounds Wednesday
night to conduct a meeting be
fore 12,000 persons.

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 da Co Co-memo
memo Co-memo No. 9, see Mr. Levy.

NEEDED: Person for stock and
inventory control work with or
without experience, to work for
American Pharmaceutical Com Company
pany Company in Colon Free Zone. Write
Records, Apartada 536, Colon R.
P. Phone 1963.
NEEDED: Experienced docu documentation
mentation documentation Clerk to work with
American Company in Colon
Free Zone, Write Apartado 536,
Colon. R.P, Phone 1963.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Balboa Church of God. Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Cleveland, Tenneessee, wel welcome
come welcome you to services held in the
Rebecca and I.O.O.F. Hall, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa G, Z. Located on Balboa
Road across from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Cocoli 3035.
Don't miss this opportunity!
Excursion to Cali, Quito, Lima,
Cuxco, Maehu Picchu. 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 ex-penses
penses ex-penses included. Leaves in Pana Pana-gra
gra Pana-gra March 18th.
Wanted Position
Good cook and laundress house
keeper will stay in call Rainbow
City 3-1443.
, Reward for return of silver and
$ rhinestono leaf design brooch
,lost Saturday nite front National
' City Bank or Balboa movie. Call
Panama 3-1510 or Amador 5294
off. hours.
Long Island Cops
Nab Businessmen
In $70,000 Heisl
MASSAPEQUIA, N.Y. March 10
(UPI) Police seized today the
four men who held up a Ldng Is Island
land Island bank, three of them as they
were counting out the $70,000 loot
on kitchen table.
Nassau County police said the
bandits were previously reputable
business men, none of whom had
a police record.
The four signed statements ad admitting
mitting admitting the daring business-hours
holdup of the Security National
Bank here yesterday afternoon, of officers
ficers officers reported. They will be
charged with armed robbery.
A pair of handcuffs, which wit witness
ness witness said were carried by one of
the masked holdup men, led to the
roundup. Police said a check of
local dealers indicated that hand handcuffs
cuffs handcuffs had been purchased recent recently
ly recently by Thomas Parks, 27 a plumb plumber
er plumber of Bayshore.
Parks was questioned at h's
home and finally admitted that he
was one of the thugs. He identified
his companions-in-crime and po
lice located them the home of
Anatol Rylsky, 44, a tavern owner,
of West Babylon.
. With Rylsky in his kitchen were
Richard Hatch, 53, a blueprint de
veloper of West Babylon, and Wil
nam MCHenry, 31, an insurance
salesman of Lyndenhurst. They
were counting out the loot, which
they had brought from the bank
in paper sacks, preparatory to di
viding it up.
All of .the stolen money was re
covered, authorities said.
USARCARIB Staff
Enjoys Film
On Colon Zone
A large group of U.S. Army Ca
ribbean officers and their wives
attended a special showing of a
film on the Colon Free Zone t the
Fort Amador Theater Friday.
Narration accompanying the co
lor film explained how the zone
was set up and the advantages it
offers as a distribution point for
variety of products.
Mai. General Charles L. Dasher
U.S. Army Caribbean command commanding
ing commanding general, arranged the showing
through the Free Zone, following
recent tour of the Colon facili
ty.
ARREST SPY SUSPECTS
TOKYO (UPI) Police disclosed
Friday the arrest of eight Ko
reans suspected of being mem
bers of a North Korean spy ring.
It was the largest such roundup
since last June, when 18 Koreans
were arresteo.

JR. ACCOUNTANT WANTED
Position offered by American,
Firm operating in Colon Free
Zone to person with accounting!
training and experience. Apply
in writing to: Junior Accountant
P.O. Box 536. Colon. R.P.

WANTED: Bilingual outside
salesman, over 21 years of ago,
willing to make money. Expe Experience
rience Experience needed, Moderna, S.A. La
Loccrie, Pasadena, one half block
to the left main gato National
Brewery,
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Transltora
specialist. We service all makee
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. TiveH
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For botter Home Service, Always
Rely on
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panama. Service
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Protect your home and preper
ty against Insect da mag.
Prompt scientific treatment ea
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: New or used Sta Stationary
tionary Stationary electric hoist. 3 ton ca capacity
pacity capacity ,'ELGA Tel. 3-!650.'"
WANTED TO BUY 11 f.
kerosene refrigerator. Call Tel.
3-4132 or Bex 5107.
WANTED
American couple wishes to rent
house with two. or three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, unfurnished, m good res residential
idential residential sector. Phono Hotel It
Panama, room 515.
Dutch couple without children
desires small tarnished apart
ment for two or three months.
Call Arent, Hotel Trepicana 2
0629.
PERSONALS
Credit department at Case Adw
mirable request visit of Mr. Via Viator
tor Viator M. Carew, formerly with Sup Supply
ply Supply Division, accounting section).
Albrook Field.
Mundl Claims Labor
Proposals To Aid
Honest Unionists
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.) said to today
day today his sweeping labor reform
proposals would bar "rashly-
called" strikes and give rank-and-file
union members the tools
to clean up labor corruption.
He told a Senate labor subcom
mittee his plan would provide "ef
fective, objective and constructive
methods" for eliminating labor labor-management
management labor-management misdeeds uncovered
by the Senate rackets investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. Mundt. vice-chairman of the.
rackets committee, said his mea measure
sure measure was "in no sense an anti anti-labor
labor anti-labor bill." Its regulations, he
said, are neither repressive or
restrictive." He said the bill eli
minated the eed for changes in
the Taft-Hartley law.-
The senator criticized as inade inade-auate
auate inade-auate a milder labor clean-up pro
posal already approved by the
subcommittee, sponsorea Dy sens.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) and
Sam J. Ervii. (D-N.C).
"If we are to rely on the sound
judgement and the good citizen citizenship
ship citizenship of rank-f nd-file union mem members
bers members to correct the unsavory con
ditions disclosed" by the racket!
inquiry, Mundt said, "we must not
hand them a spoon when it re requires
quires requires a spade to do the job.:
The Mundt bill would require
union elections at regular inter
vals. It would bar ex-convicts
from holding union offices. A
three-man committee of rank-and-
filers would supervise the elec
tions. A federal judge could de
clare the voting void and order
a new election.
The measure would require 20
davs of negotiations and 20 dayi

of "explanation" of the issues to
union members before a strike
vote could be taken, v

VENUS CAUSES EXCITEMENT
LONDON (UPI) A atrange
yellow disk reported as aa.'utv.
identified object" ever'. London
Airport turned out to be the
planet Venus, the British Air
Ministry admitted sheepishly Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Sighting of the object the
night of Feb. 26 set off an e
cited chain reaction. Venus east
a reflection that intermingled
with the light fromMhe nose cone
of a civilian plane and just looked
strange, a spokesman said Fri Friday.
day. Friday.



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE 8EVBK-' 'It
Esso Golf Tournament First

TUISDAT, MARCH II, 1951

Round

Ma tches Next

Sunday

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ATLANTIC LITLI LIAGU
By BERTON CINI
COCA COLA ON WIN STREAK
DOWN LEGION I TO 3
' Thf Coca Colt Bottlers conti conti-lued
lued conti-lued their winning ways
lay. -March 3, as they beat the
'Aion 8 to 3 behind the two hit
pitching effort! ol Ralph Bender
,ind Ricky Sanchex, who once a a-lain
lain a-lain "pooled their talents to keep
, Ceonfl half championship of the
Atlantic Little League.

Th tattlers, '. have come

into their own with the return of
Sanchej, are now looking forward
' to their game with the Mutual o f
Omaha Terrors this week as they
mil no doubt let their pitching
' twin divide the mound duty in
their attempt to take sole posses posses-lion
lion posses-lion if first place.
Bender struck out eight in his
; three inning tour on the hill al although
though although he wall"-' '- gve up
one hit and allowed three runs,
one of which was earned. Ralph
got the only extra base hi of the
game, a double in the second.
Keith McLeod and Bob Hutchings
each had two for three for the
ottlers.
The Cokes put the ga- on ice
In the first inning as they came
up with four big runs. They por pored
ed pored it'on again in the next frame
with another four markers.
This team definitely poses a
threat to the Mutual of Omaha
club in the second half of the
1 race and it it expected that a
large crowd will be on hand to
ee these teams meet.

The box score:
Legion
Clment, ss
Redman, p
Blauy e
ShirK, lb
Austin, 3b
Coffin, 2b
Brians, cf
Goguen, If
Dugan, If
Borcelllno, rf
Thomas., rt

A R H
3 1 1

0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0

0 0

Totals

18 3 2

Coca Cola

Wlliford, ,2b
Tobin, ss
Sanchez, lb, p,
Hutchings, c
Bender, p 3b
McLeod, 3b, lb
Stanford. If
Griffon H.r rf. ci
Snyder, rf
Conley, cf
Totals

2

2
1.
3

3

3

0

2
2

1

1

1

0 0

2 ,0 ,0

0 0 0
110

his boy on the mound not to pitch
o Redman. Apparently the shout
was not heard as Johnny groov grooved
ed grooved one for Wardie;

The box score:
LogiM
Clement, ss
Redman, lb
Blair, c
Shirk, p
Austin, 3b
Holcomb, 2b
Brians, cf
Coffin, rf
Thomas, If

A R H
3 2 1
4 0 1
4 12
3 10
2 12
2 0 0
3 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0

Totals

24 5 6

Elks

Will, rf, cf 2 2 1
rooks, R., rf 10 0
Pabon, 3b 3 10
Sanders Jo., p 2 12
Motta, c 111
Brooks, N., ss 3 11
Deoyrie, cf, lb 3 0 1
Sanders, Ja., 2b 10 0
Hopkins, 2b 0 0 0
Acheson, lb 2 0 0
Fettler, If 0 0 0
Manning, If 1 '0 0
Totals 19 6 6

Legion
Elks

Score by Innings
200 0305 6 3

500 10x- 8 1

MUTUAL OF OMAHA WINS
ANOTHER AS
RONNIE RIEFKOHL PITCHES

18 8 5

Scoro by Innings
Legion 210 00-3 2
' Coca Cola 440 Ox 8 5
ELKS S&UEAK BY LEGION
6 to I

The Legion and Elks once a a-gainiput
gainiput a-gainiput on a thriller Tuesday as
Milt Sander's boys squeaked by
the Giatun Kids by a 6 to 5 score.
Johnny Sanders was the winning
pitcher and Henry Shirk the los.
er.
After one inning of play, the
, Elks wereeout in front 59 to 2
despite getting only one hit. Two
wanes, a hit batsman, and a pair
of errors proved Shirk's undoing
even'thougn his team closed the
scoring gap and almost pulled the
Same oik of the fire.
Lou Austin of the Legion was

the fitting sar by getting two
aouUei in as many times at bat.
Johnny Sanders had a single and
double in two official trips to the
plat and. Jackie Blair, Gatun
catcher, wouna up with two tan tangles!
gles! tangles! in four ies.
Aastin and Omn Clement made
a nice double play in the fifth as
Lou took Ralpnie Deoyne's bard
mafch with runners on first and
second, stepped on third for the
font out ana then threw to Cle Clement
ment Clement covering second for ihe
twid killing.
Deoyrie made a fine running
catdhi in the third as he roameu

to his, right to take Blair's fly.
Robert Will, Elk's ne.aer, again
hofed his ability to paly the bat
ter s he iook a bouncing blow to
rignj by Bobby Thomas in the
fourth and threw the runner out
a, first.
The game ended amid a slight
; rhuparb when Clement was sent
back to second alter Wardie Red Red-mat)
mat) Red-mat) had singled. Orrin had reach
ed iirst on a fielder's choice and
af er Redman had fouled down
third, he scooted to second as
Johnny Sanders was rubbing up
the ball preparatory to pitching
again to Redman. Wardie then
singled and Clement went to third.
An Elk's protest that Orr.n

r thouid not have been allowed to

steal since the ball was dead on
the foul was upheld and the run:
, ner was sent back to secnd with

, Redman occupying first. Legion

. .' tans ciaimea uie protest was la e
- while the Elk's rooters agreed
that the decision was correct es

pecially since Milt Sanders had

Mike Burza, manager of the
Mutual of Omaha Terrors, still
insists that his team should be
called the Iron Horse rather than

the Terrors. Says Mike, "We are

lust roundme the corner and get

ting into high gear. Wait until
we're really rolling along in third

and then you 11 see something.

Even after Luther Quinn nad
pitched his second perfect no hit
game against the Police, Pals,

the team was red hot in the field,

Doug Billison and Luther were

on top in the home run race and
the general spirit of the club was

high, Mike still said; "Just wait
until this Iron Horse gets into

Bear."

We have always contended that

the Terrors arrived a Ion i time

J ago when they took the first half
0 championship and then roared in in-.,'
.,' in-.,' to a tie for first with the Coca

f cui us uicjr aic uic xcuuxa auu

on Wednesday afternoon, they
proved it.

Ronnie Relfkohl contradicted his

boss by pitching a no hit game

for the Mutuals. .his team s
third of the season. The one-two

boys, Billison and Quinn, hit

homers over the wall to stay e e-ven
ven e-ven for league honors in this de department
partment department with five each. One mis mis-cue
cue mis-cue in the field kept the Terrors
from another perfect defensive

Two Pirates reached first, one

on an error m tne third and the
other on a walk in the fifth. They
both got to second but d'ed there.

Georgie Evans, Terror's catcher,

wno nas made burza ston talk

ing aboat a mistake he made two
years ago when he waived on an

other good receiver, had two sin singles
gles singles for the day in three trips.
And so Mutual beat the Piarates
7 to 0.

Pairings Listed
For Weekend at
Panama Club

, Sixty-four players qualified over
the weekend for the 23rd Esso Golf
Tournament how being held at me
Panama Golf Club.
A total of 105 players, 53 in the
first flight and 52 in the second
fligh', did their best to qualify.
Only the 32 low net scores qualified
in each flight.
Below are the pairings for the
first round matches next Sunday:
FIRST FLIGHT
R. Betron vs J. Crichton
Dick Dehlinger vs Ted Pierpoint
Gral. T. H. Landon vs Rey V ai aides
des aides J. Lally vs F. Baldwin

Cnel. M. Dradel vs Mike Moreno

W. H, Beeson vs Jorge Paz Ru
driguez
Paul Moran vs Can. Mays

Carlos Arosemena vs Bill

Scbmitt
Roy Watson vs M. H. Mohone

Leo Dehlinger vs A. E. Arias Jr.

Jimmy de la Guardia vs S. T.
Schlegel
A. P. Hurr vs S. Babb
Roy Glickenhaus vs Erasmo de
la Guardia
W. Hearne vs T. Jack
. Frank Morrice vs R. C. Vand Vand-erift
erift Vand-erift R. Torres vs B. Ellich
Second Flight
H. Kascher vs T. Smitt
Ernesto Orillac vs T. Richardson
J. Boyd vs Paul Duran
R. Stanziola vs J. R. Vivas
C. Paz Rodriguez vs A. Carrizo
Ben Collins vs Tim Wooldruff
E. De la Ossa vs R. Chandler
Julito Valdez vs Luis Chandeck
Mike Maduro vs E. Jaen Girr Girr-dia
dia Girr-dia Jr.
Jack Mercer vs L. Mosses
David Halman vs Jorge Sibauste
L. K. Balwin vs R. H. Rupp
A. de Mena vs Ch. Howell
R. Hooberry vs Charles Kline
Bill Swenson vs Guillermo Cruz
Josw Maher vs Don Bowen

The box score:
Pirates
Hickey, ss
Christoph, cf
Thompson, c
Wiberg, lb
Ebdon, p
Sanders, 2b
Nunely, 3b
Urriola, If
Tortorici, rf

AB R H

3 0 0

1 X

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CLASSIC FAVORITE Leading jockey Braulio Baeza pushes Siete y Medio to a three length victory
over Critico in Sunday's featured $1,000 seven furlong sprint. The triumph, Siete y Medio's eighth in
ten local starts, established him as the early favorite to cop next Sunday's $7,500 added six furlong
Francisco Arias Paredes Classic.

Kobbe s Schilling, Pace Win

PAF Opening Tennis Doubles

Ft. Kobbe's top-rated doubles
team of Sgt. Ray Schilling, and

SP5 Bill Pace yesterday vanquish

ed Air Force airmen John Red Redmond
mond Redmond and Guenther Kahne In the

opening doubles match of the
PAF tennis championships. ,.

The Army pair won in straight
sets, 6-0, 6-2, at the Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Station courts. Their victory
put Kobbe in the lead for the PAF
title with five points, one more
than Albrook AFB.

cross the plate.

Spur Cola jumped to an early

lead, and going into the last inning

Chubby Carl Mable had shoutout
the Insurance Kids from Seymour,

wnen tne latter staged a nig rally,
when they got five hits and four
runs to come out on top.
, George Black and Kennealey led
the eight hit atttck of the Seymour
with two hits each. For the de defeated
feated defeated Spur Cola, second basemen
Robertson had a perfect day at
the plate, registering three for
three.
Seymour 4 Elks 5
Leo Austin pitching for the Elk;;
was in good form and held the
Seymour team to five hits, while
his teammates collected nine and
converted these safeties into five
runs to win the ball game. The
star at the plate for the Elks was
Mike Hummel, who had three of
three.
Thirdbaseman Brown and pitch pitcher
er pitcher Austin of the Elks helped the
winning cause with two bingles
each. The only Seymour player
that had any success against Aus Austin
tin Austin was Backstop Robinson with
two safeties.

NEW YORK (UPI)-This is the

time of year when hope springs

eternal in the baseball training

camps but, at the risk of breaking

Spur Coli

Totals

19 0 0

Mutual of Omaha

Quinn, La.,
Seeley, cf
illison, 3b
Quinn, Lu.,
Evans, c

Highley, If

Dockery. lb

Riefkohl, p
Kredell, rf

McBride, rf
Totals

2b

ss

1 0

24 7 7

Scoro by innings
Pirates 000 0000 0 3
Mutual of Omaha 020 32x 7 7 1
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

Toam w l
Seymour Agency 2 2

Police 2 2

spur cola 2 2

Gibraltar Life l 2
Elks 1414 2 1
Lincoln Life i 2
Soymour 4 Spur Cola 3

In the big battle of the second

half Seymour Agency won a close

one irom the Spur Cola softdnnk-

lng -ads. While the opposing pi ch

ers were generous with hits, thev

held up his hands and yelled, to I were stingy in allowing runs to

Hele, 3b

Horsley, cf
McCullough, ss

Kobertson, 2b
Hoenke, lb
Mikulich, c
Williams, If

Bowen, rf

Pescod, rf

Zelnick, p

Mable, p

Ab R H
4 1 1

0 1

1 2

0 3
1 1
0 1
0 0

0 1

0 1

0 0

1 00

3

3

3
3
3

1

2

1

Rogers, rf

Wa son, ss
Black, cf

Canavaggio, If

tfianey, 3b
Kenealey, 2b
Robinson, c
Stabler, lb
Farrell, p

Soymour

Seymour
Kenealy, 2b
Blaney, ss
Robinson, c
Black, cf, p
Rogers, 3b
Farrell, lb
Watson, If
Canavaggio, rf
Patton, rf
B. Keneally, p
Elks 1414
Brown, 3b
Berger, ss
McGrath, cf, c
Fontaine, rf
Poor'e, lb
Hummel, 2b
Egolf, If
Austin, p
Bridwell, c, cf

0 0

1
2

3i:

2 10

BOSCIFRLEY

Gulick NCOs

Keep Bowling

Tourney Lead

After five rounds of team e-

vents, Fort Gulick NCO team

still leads im the tournament.

They posted their high 2987 open

ing night and none o tne suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding teams have been able to

dislodge the Non-coms from the

top.

Last night the Seagram V. O.

team from the Arnav Mixed
League made the best showing
but needed 27 more pins to take
over the lead. As it is, the, Sea Seagram's
gram's Seagram's placed third.

Tonight at 7 p.m., the team e-

vents will be completed and the

main attraction will be the pow

er laden Tasco Battery team,
which has two 300 bowlers in their
lineup, Bud Balcer and Pepe Da-

mian. with Best, boyster and Lo-

wande completing the roster. The

pre-tournament favorites however,
are having a rough time thus far,
especially Pepe Damian who is

way below his tandard.
Unofficial standings of the
teams in the handicap division.
Gulick NCO 2987, Blue Star 2960.
Seagram V.O. 2961, Agewood 29.
Voice of Music, 2953, ATSO 29
Aces 2892, Pace Setters 2808
Balboa Beer 2868, Ebonite 2839,
Pepsi Cola 2837. Carta Vieja 2836,
Flyers 2835, Zenith 283, Astra
2826, Seymour Major 2823, Good
Year 2821, LAS 2822, Canada Dry
2820, Marlboro 2807, Grecha Mu Music
sic Music 2792, Bass Shoes 2777, Paper
Mate 2770, Medics 2770, Wynn
2745, Pan Am Jets 2739. Luckv
Strike 2737, Powell 2730, Kentt
2722, Civarpos 2718, H. I. Horn a
2715, Tivoli 2670, Martini 2607.
Pabst Blue, Ribbon ?602, Hillman
2586, Lincoln Life 2561. $

It was. an easy victory for

Schilling and Pace, who had sim

ply too much class for their Air

Force rivals.
A singles match scheduled be

tween Navy Lt. (jg) Ray Nesbitt
of the 15th Naval District and
Army Maj. Michael Chester of
Army Atlantic was rescheduled

for later this week.

This morning the Navy doubles

team of Nesbitt and Cdr. Rich

ard Sexton were supposed to go
against Army Atlantic's SP3 Ed

King and Sgt. John Madden.
At 4 p.m. Albrook's Col. Nicho Nicholas
las Nicholas Powel and Col. Roland Sliker

were scheduled to meet the Ft.
Kobbe team of 2nd Lt. Dave How Howard
ard Howard and Capt. Robert Gilliam.

r

A mental error by third-base

man rfonn Zenuck set. ou a d-run

rally in the second inning and en

abled tne Pencos to obtain a vic victory
tory victory over the Pumas by 14 to 2

yesterday at the- Fastlich League
Park. ... .....

The' Pericos. who won their

fifth straight game in the second
half thanks to Jonn Marcura's e e-leventh
leventh e-leventh victory in the season.

scored their runs with two outs.

except for the sixth frame, when

dick mess ousted a long home

run, and for the seventh,, when

:am noariguez cleared the left left-field
field left-field fence with the bases loaded.
This powerful hit sent starter
Mike Williams to s the showers.
He was replaced by John Zelnick:

Errors bv Zelnick in the first

and second innings agave the Pe-

Omphr oy Allanf ic
Tennis Tournament
To Begin Saturday

The Omphroy Atlantic Side Ten

nis Tournament is scheduled to get
underway this Saturday on the At

lantic Side with matches listed to
be played also on the Pacific side

wherever courts are available, mis

tourney, which has been conducted
on several occasions, is open to all
players in the Republic and the

Canal Zone.

The games committee as in for former
mer former tournaments will allow the
playing of matches on both sides
of the Isthmus when players from

any area distant from the home
court at Camo Bierd are matched.

This will eliminate he saving of

constant transportation that can be

avoided.

Those wishing to take part in the

matcfies mav send their registra

tion to Arthur Radio Service or to

Buddy Stroop, Coco Solo, on the

Atlantic side and to the Omohroy

Auto Supply on the Pacific side.

A beautiful 14-inch trophy and

several other valuable pris will
be awarded. Entrance fee will be

$1.85.

ncos a good chance to cross th
plate. His miscue in the second o-
pened the doors tn iiv that

decided the, match.. After he c- v

cepiea a grounder with men -on
first and second and two outs, he
made a bad throw to first base ,V
instead of touching third to make
a force-out play. i--
Alarcum allowed only four scat scat-tered
tered scat-tered safeties and only one of the

two runs scored against him was
earned. ? ) 1

Baleman. the league's learim'

hitter, was blanked oin three
times at bat.

The box score:

Pericos

Bowen R 2b

Burton. 2b

Rodriguez j J., Jb
Ness D c
Rodrieuez S., ss
Chandler R., 3b

Berger p., cf

Aseron, cf

Marcum J., p
Carlson J., If.
Cross Chi, If
Bersener, rf
Dehlinger L., rf

Totals

14 managerial Hearts, Fearless

Fraley must announce to a pal

pitating public today that once

again this season it will be the
Yankees and Braves.

Most of my cohorts are busily
bind-dogging the managerial mas masterminds
terminds masterminds at this moment. Risking
sunburn, falling cocoanu.s, the
distraction of beauties in bathing
suits and indigestion from s one
crabs, they are so confused that
most of them will tell you it wi'U
be an eight-team tie for first
place in each major league.
Let it be said here, unequiv unequiv-ocably,
ocably, unequiv-ocably, positively and almost
without a shade of a doubt, that
one club will emerge triumphant triumphantly
ly triumphantly in each circuit and that the
New York Yankees will put the
boffo on the Milwaukee Braves in
the World Series.
Actually It was easy. Since the
World Series my baseball investi investigations
gations investigations have consisted of a fish fishing
ing fishing discourse with Ted Williams,
a rambling sermon on the effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness of various types of wrist
watches at the feet of Casey Sten Stengel,
gel, Stengel, a golf date wi h Eddie Saw Sawyer
yer Sawyer and a discussion of the merits
of coronas vs. panatellas with Joe
Cronin.
Taking all of this valued infor information
mation information and analyzing it carefully
while, for proper atmosphere, sip sipping
ping sipping frozen orange juice in Bres Bres-nahan's
nahan's Bres-nahan's authentic Finnish steam
baths, Old Fearless now can give
you the. finish of the pennant
races.
American League

1, New York. Yankees; 2, Detroit
Tigers; 3, Chicago White Sox; 1,
Cleveland Indians; 5, Boston Red
Sox; 6, Baltimore Orioles: 7, Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics and 8, washing washing-ton
ton washing-ton Senators.
National League
1, Milwaukee Braves; 2, Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pira es; 3, Cincinnati Reds;
4, Los Angeles Dodgers; 5, San
Francisco Giants: 6, St. Louis

Carinals; 7, Chicago Cubs and 8,

Philadelphia Phillies.
This, naturally, takes all the fun

out of the whole season now that
the entire finishing lineup is -!is-closed.
Confession should be made
however, that there may be a

few unforeseeable changes here

and there.

AB R HPOA
3 2 1 1 0
0 1 0 10
5 2 3 6 0
3 4 2 9 0
4 2 2 1 6
4 0 11 1
4 0 110
1 0 0 0 0
5 13 2 0
'3 1 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
2 10 0 0
o o o o o
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34,14 13 21 10

Pumas

Corrigan, ss

Bateman J., c
Zelnick J., n-3b

Williams N., 3b-p

Gangle, cf

Potter R., Ib
Austin, If

Thompson, rf

AB R H PO A
4 0 0 1 3

0 5
1 1
1 0

1 0

1 13
0 0

0 1

3 1
4 9
3 0

10

3 0
3.1

3 0

Scoro by Innings

Pericos
Pumas

151 001 6-14 13 3
010 010 0- 2 4 4

SUMMARY

Chandler, Corrigan, Zelnick
Austin. Two base hits: Berger, :f

cnandier, Zelnick. Home runsVjj

ness, S. Rodriguez. Runs battel

in: J. Rodrieuez 3 Ness 2. S. Rt!

driguez 5, Chandler, Bereer
Williams. Sacrifice: Dehlinger 1

Earned runs off. Marcum, Wi

Hams 8. struck out by: Marcun

7, Williams 4, Zelnick 1. Base ouj
hall- Marrnm a Williams. A T.pft'

su uajLj cillua u, x mil"-'
Umpires: Alonso, Stewart. Scor
er: C. A. Palomo.

Playground Sports

RAINBOW CITY
With a simple ceremony a ca
pacity crowd witnessed the open

irrg of the Rainbow City major.

basketball league wmcn swung in into
to into actioj Thursday, March 10, 7: 7:-30
30 7:-30 p.m. .with five teams. The bene bene-die
die bene-die ion was made by Father
Spalding, pastor of the St. Marys
episcopal church, Rainbow City,
The first game brought together
Deportivo Elegante and Deportivo
Spalding, when the first named

team won at a score of 56 to 33,

Top scorer for the winning team
was B. Taylor with elevei points,
while C. Charles chalked eleven
for the losers,
n the second game Deportivo

Nelson slaughtered Thompson to
the tune of 42 to 26. In the first
half the losers played very tact tactful
ful tactful but the desterous playing of
Nelson weakened them chalking
30 points to 14 points and winning
the game at a score of 42 to 26.

Daniel Mac Farlane was top
scorer for the Nelson -jtfi scor scoring
ing scoring 12 points and I 'onel King 11
points. Referees were A. Agard
and L. Morgan and C. Quinlan,
scorer.
Next scheduled games':
Today Spalding vs. Nelson.
Wednesday Thompson vs. Gis Gis-combe.
combe. Gis-combe. Thursday Elegante vs. Nelson.
Friday Spalding vs. Giscombe
Monday Elegante vs. Thompson
Tuesday Thompson v? Cr-idnig
Wednesday Nelson vs Giscombe

'I

Over 500 younesteres registered
in the Summer Vacation Program
for Arberv, fW-MI Vollevhall
and Quiet games. In the arche archery
ry archery practice session Jhe following
students took the lead in he 9 to
12, 12 to 14, 15 to 16 categories. In
the girls department Mercedes
Weiderburn made a score of 171,
Melva Watson 132, and Sheila
Clarke 129; Roys: Vincent Co Co-rrea
rrea Co-rrea 144, An'onio Cox 132, and
Mrio Pieson -120.
For the softball ac'ivity James
Cole, Miguel Reid, Winston Che Che-vann"s,
vann"s, Che-vann"s, Oswajd Ban'ist, and Er Er-rol
rol Er-rol Hunter fife showing the abili ability
ty ability of rooming for the berths on
the inter-playground team. Pros Prospects
pects Prospects for lower bracket "are: Ri
fardo Aherly, Alfredo Sterling.
Edmu:ido Lewis, Robert Cote and
Howard Murrell. In the girls de
psrtment for softbMl a three
tam leaf'e is scheduled to start
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PARIS, March 10 (UPI) The United States, Great Britain and France are planning on an East-West foreign ministers conference in
( Geneva by mid-May to be followed by a Summit conference in July or August, reliable diplomatic sources reported today.
The sources said the West will propose the meetings to the Russians in their answer to the Soviet note on March 2 which called for a Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting while agreeing to a foreign ministers conference first.
The Soviet note was a complete reversal of the earlier stand outlined by Premier Nikita Khrushchev throwing Western proposals for such
talks out the window.
The reports of the Western plans for the meetings coincided with today's meeting of Gen. Charles de Gaulle and British Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan.
The actual Western reply to the Soviet note is being drafted by French, British and American as well as West German experts who began

work here yesterday.
Meanwhile American umcidia
laid in Washington today they are
confident Khrushchev's alternate alternately
ly alternately hot and cold tactics won't dent
the .solid Western resistance to his
Berlin demands.
Thty gavt tht ebullient Rus Russian
sian Russian Itadtr "E' for effort in his
current propaganda campaign
during which, in tho official
Washington view, he is obvious obviously
ly obviously seeking to soften Allied ranks
by ffrst threatening and then ca cabling
bling cabling with alleged "conces "concessions."
sions." "concessions." Washington officials asserted
that his gimmicks were too obvi obvi-mis
mis obvi-mis to do any real damage, al although
though although they might raise false hopes
ia some quarters for a time.
Khrushchev's two major "con "con-eesslons"
eesslons" "con-eesslons" during his current Ger German
man German tour will not fool any West Western
ern Western officials, according to Wash Washington
ington Washington authorities, although they
may confuse public opinion to some
extent.
. Khrushchev's offer to postpone
the Russian deadline on Berlin
was no concesion at all, in the
view of th State Department,
because the original demand was
unacceptable and putting off the
date did not make it mor agree agreeable.
able. agreeable. And his declaration that the Al Allies
lies Allies could lave some troops in West
Berlin after it became a "free ci city"
ty" city" likewise was disregarded in
Washington.
Officials there pointed out that
they had branded the "free city"
idea illegal and no refinements of
the proposal made it any more ac acceptable.
ceptable. acceptable. Officials saW the United States
and its Allies will continue to in insist
sist insist that the Berlin Issue can be
settled only as apart of the broad broader
er broader problem of German reunifica reunification.
tion. reunification. The Allies Insist that the four
major powers which conquered
Nasi Germany have obligations
wi'h resoect to Berlin which can
not be cancelled by the action
f any one o' them.
Khrushchev said yesterday the
United Statse. Britain and
France could keep troops in West
Berlin if they would accept his
pronosal to make it a "free city".
Khrushchev, speaking to a
Communist mass meeting in
East Berlin, said such troops
should be kept to a "minimum"
and should not interfere in any
way with the internal affairs of
the city.
P was the first time Khrushchev
had indicated he would be willing
for th West to keen troops here
fo guarantee West Berlin's status
as a free city.
Earlier he had inissted that West
ern Allied garrisons must leave
Berlin after conclusion of a Ger German
man German peace treaty.
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The Soviel leader also declared
that West Berliji would be gua guaranteed
ranteed guaranteed complete independence if
the West accepted the free city
proposal.
He said also that East Ger German
man German Communists, who would
take over control of lifelines to
the isolated city, had agreed to
auarantee its connections "with
the outside world."
"There would De no objection."
Khrushchev declared, "if the US..
Britain. France, the Soviet Union
or neutral states station a min minimum
imum minimum of troops in West Berlin
guarantee the maintenance of its
status as a free city.
"However," he said "they
should not interfere in any way
in its internal affairs."
Khrushchev's surprise switch
was welcomed by West Berlin
Mayor Willy Brandt, who com commented:
mented: commented: "This is fine we are
coming sorAewhat closer to
each other."
Meanwhile, British Prime Minis
ter Harold Macmillan assured
France that Britain is as opposed
as any Western power to Soviet
calls for an Allied military pull-
back in Central Europe, despite
willingness to talk it over with
Russia.
His assurances to Premier Mi
chel Debre at the start of two
days of Anglo French meetings
here apparently went tar to alle alleviate
viate alleviate French coldness to Macmil Macmil-lan's
lan's Macmil-lan's Moscow agreement with
Khrushchev to "study" an East-
West "disengagement" in Europe.
"We, like all the other West
ern Allies are tirmiy oppesea u
any such idea," a British spokes spokesman
man spokesman said afer the. initial round
of talks, between the two leaders.
Macmillan's Paris talks .were
the first of a series that will
take him to Bonn, West Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, and Washington to report on
his 10-day mission to Russia to
sound out the Soviets on the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis.
Immediately after his talk with
Debre, Macmillan conferred sep separately
arately separately with U.S. Gen. Lauris
Norstad, supremt Allied command
cr in Europe, who is know to be
deeply opposed to any withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of Allied forces in Europe.
Much of the issue of a pull pull-back
back pull-back developed from a Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan Khruhchev communique in
which the British and Russians a a-greed
greed a-greed to discuss the possibilities
of a withdrawal of troops and re removal
moval removal of nu ar weapons from
an area of Ce ral Europe some somewhat
what somewhat along the lines of the orig original
inal original "demilitarized zone" propos proposed
ed proposed by Poland that would encom encompass
pass encompass both East and West Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia.
The West has rejected this orig
inal plan by Polish Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Adam Rapacki.
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Eisenhower Stands Firm Against Demands
To Cancel Army, Marine Manpower Cutbacks

WASHINGTON, March 10 (UPI) President Eisenhower was reported standing firm today a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Democratic demands that he cancel scheduled cuts in Army and Marine Corps
strength.
Republican congressional leaders said there was no evidence that the President baa been
swayed by the arguments. They said the proposed manpower reductions will proceed as plan planned.
ned. planned. There was a possibility Eisenhower would discuss the cuts with his Congressional lieute lieutenants
nants lieutenants at their weekly White House meeting later today. However, Senate GOP leader Everett
M. Dirksen (III.) said he knew of no plans to reopen the defense question.
The Senate appeared to be a likely forum for such a discussion. Democratic leader Lyndon
B. Johnson (Tex.) scheduled debate on the House-passed extension of the draft law and said
he hoped the Senate would approve it today.
The measure would extend for four years beyond July 1 the authority to draft men in the
18 to 2fi age bracket and induct physicians and dentists. It also would continue a suspension
of pre-Korean ceilings on military strength.

The Senate Armed Services
committee approved the Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, supported extension yester yesterday
day yesterday almost without change.
Chairman Richard B. Russell
fD-Ga.), who had favored some
modifications in the military re reserve
serve reserve program, said ''a time of
crisis" over Berlin seemed to be
no time to make them.
Meanwhilt Eisenhower facts
the prospect of shaking up his
military high command as well
as finding a new defense secre secretary
tary secretary in the explosive months
ahead.
Terms of office are running out
for the Joint Chiefs of Staff who
will march before the Senate Pre
paredness subcommittee this week
to tell how ready their forces are
for a Berlin crisis.
The fact their terms are expir expiring
ing expiring could be an important back backdrop
drop backdrop for their testimony and
govern how dramatically they
may want to exoress their reser reservations
vations reservations about the President's de defense
fense defense budget.
By mid-August Eisenhower must
replace or reappoint all the four
chiefs who are responsible for
planning major military strategy
and directing the big combat com commands.
mands. commands. Defense secretary Neil H. McEl McEl-roy,
roy, McEl-roy, who himself plans to leave his
post by Dec. 31 barring a grave
emergency, already has indicated
there will be changes in the joint
chiefs. That calls for decisions
fairly soon to pave the way for
other shifts that come with a
shakeup at the top.
If Eisenhower should decide to
reappoint the entire slate because
of conditions, he presumably
w.ould announce that soon to end
speculation and disruptive Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon guessing games.
Johnson has ordered a full-scale
investigation of the administra administration's
tion's administration's defense budget. His action
touched off a major debate in
which President Eisenhower's mil military
itary military judgment was challenged.
. Johnson announced his Senate
Preparedness s u b c o m m I ttee
would open hearings tomorrow
to "get the truth" and determine
whether the President's 41 billion
dollar military budget was ade adequate
quate adequate In view of the Berlin im impasse
passe impasse and other foreign policy
rows.
The subcommittee's investigation
grew out of reservations expressed
to the group by military chiefs of
the Army, Navy, Air Force and
Marines.
Some were concerned over funds
allotted to their forces by the Pres President's
ident's President's fiscal 1959 budget.
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
chief of staff, and Gen. Randolph
McC. Pate, Marine Corps com commandant,
mandant, commandant, protested their forces
were being cut too deeply.
Taylor said he would not have
enough men to carry out the Ar Army's
my's Army's assigned missions.
The President has maintained
his budget would provide adequate
military forces.
Republican senators, replying to
Democratic critics, cited the Presi President's
dent's President's position and said the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic attacks bordered on the po political.
litical. political. Russell countered that Congress
had constitutional responsibility for
dealing with military matters and
"raising armies."
In an apparent reference to
the President, Russell also said
he had as much faith in the mil military
itary military udgment of Taylor and
Pate as In "that of any other mil military
itary military man."
The President told a recent news
conference that, with all due mod modesty,
esty, modesty, heieflt his long military ex experience
perience experience qualified him better than
an single military chief to deter determine
mine determine the adequacy of the nation's
defenses.
The shadow of the deadlocked
Berlin crisis with Russia hung over
the sometimes spirited Senate de debate.
bate. debate. Russell said he was more con concerned
cerned concerned about the possibility of a
limited ground clash in Berlin than

July or

the threat of all-out atomic war.
Ground fighting would call for
Army or Marine troops, the forces
cut in the new budget.
Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss.)
told the Senate that failure to re
verse budget cuts trimming the
Army and Marines would be a
"tragic error" in view of the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin situation.
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)
longftime critic of adminlstra-
tion defense policies, said it ap appeared
peared appeared to some that the Presi President
dent President was giving higher priority
to a balanced budget than to the
Communist threat.
Symington said "everybody ap
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Theatre Guild Springs

By JAY LERNER
"The Mousetrap." an English
whodunit drama that' for seven
years has been tirelessly making
money for Agatha Christie, last
nieht began a week's run at the
Theater Guild playhouse in An-
con.
If thrillers are your dish of tea
and if vou are one of the unfor
tunate few who have missed all
of the nearly 3000 London per
formances, theu this competent,
workmanlike production will oiler
you a pleasantly titillating eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss Christie's expertly-tailored
theater jriece ha to do with a
young .English couple who, lor
reasons that I never quite fath fathomed,
omed, fathomed, have converted an inherit inherited
ed inherited country home into what the
British fondly refer to as a "guest
'nriirp
A properly ominous note is
struck by news of a murder in
London -on the day the lodge is
to open and things are moved a a-long
long a-long nicely indeed' by the arrival
of the several guests, including
an uninvited one, m the nick oi
time to be snowbound.
Thev are auite an assortment
those euests. ranging as they do
from a wild-looking young man
who relishes everything in sight,
ihplud'ng his handsome hotess, to
a snobby, self righteous lady
judge who firmly insists oh lec
turing the harrassed couple on
the genteel art of innkeeping.
These two are aided or hinder hindered,
ed, hindered, as the case may warrant, by
an affable army officer, aa blond
young woman and an nctious
Latin gentleman who seems enor enor-mourly
mourly enor-mourly pleased with himself. Fi Finally,
nally, Finally, a detective sergeant ap appears
pears appears at the appropriate moment
to take charge of the proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings. Before long, naturally, the busi business
ness business at hand is well under way,
the business a thand beinc anoth
er murder and task of bringing
the culprit to book.
Miss Christk being a master
in her line, she accomolishs the
business with an adroiteness cal calculated
culated calculated to keep you edging for forward
ward forward on your seat. So don't say
you weren't warned.
The current production is direct directed
ed directed by Gene Simpson, an accom accomplished
plished accomplished member of the Guild or organization.
ganization. organization. I vish her accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments last night 'had Included a
f'rmer restraining touch upon
Brian Cox in the role of a frene-
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tic young man bent on escaDincf
reality; his flights, which I often
feared would send him sailing a a-cross
cross a-cross the stage, sometimes un unnerved,
nerved, unnerved, me.
But I was most dismayed by
Roy Glickerihaus in the role of, the
mysterious Latin gentleman whose
passion for delayed timing last
night perhaps caused him to for forget
get forget that this ancient stage device
can be most effective when
sparely used. Otherwise, he has
an excellent stage manner.
Lest it be thought I am unduly
carping let me hasten to add
that the general performance of
the cast was of a respectable
standard.
Shirley Ann Meyer occasionally
struggled with the role of the
hostess but nevertheless her ver-
formance seemed credible and
consistent.
And for special mention I cite
David Newman in the role of the
Young husband, Virginia McDuff
as the lady judge and John
Mayles as an enterprising detec detective
tive detective sergeant. All three showed!
a rewarding command of diction,
Graham Praises
Red Morals; Hits
Return To Noah
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI
Evangelist Billy Graham told
30,000 persons jammed in Mel Melbourne's
bourne's Melbourne's showgrounds last night
that the "Communists are put
ting us to shame" by cleaning up
the Soviet Union's morals.
Graham said that violence, law lawlessness
lessness lawlessness and revolt against author authority
ity authority exists as in Noah's day thou thousands
sands thousands of years ago.
"The Communists . ,are try trying
ing trying to clean up Russia morally,
but right now people in the Unit United
ed United States are debating the worth
of a new book, 'Getting Married,'
in which intelligent men say mor moral
al moral laws should be broken down as
in Noah's time.
"More time is spent in theaters
than in. churches. With sr. manv
authorities saying the world could
come to an end, people still spend
no time on spiritual things."
M.G.M.
jubilantly
presents
"TOM THUMB"
-a tall tale about a small
wonder, all the joy, all the

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and siirprise, Tom as exactly 5Vi Inches high don't
ask how it's done.'. just come and enjoy the fun
in this milestone, of movie imagination!

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una. mvuii, moreover, id it
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pcniauue on stage nere ne snows-
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me term "tame Theater." His His-next
next His-next aDDearance should h arn

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