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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OFCONSuItaNTS on the new high, leven, bridge across 1)he Panama1
.Canal Are shown with Gov- W. E. Potter as they began1 a series of conferences on the final
plans and specifications of the bridge. The mee tings were held yesterday In the board room of
the Administration Building -. at Balboa Height s -with, three engineers from' the fit, Louis' en engineering
gineering engineering -firm of fivedrup & Parcel, wh&h Is drawing Mb the bridge-design and- specification.
From left to right are Ralph A. Tudcr, structural engineer from San Francisco, who is also &
member of the Panama Canal board f directors; Aymar Embury II, bridge architect of New
York City; Edward B. Burwell. consulting foundations geologist and retired chief geologist of the
office of the Chief of Engineers; E. I Erickson. chief of 'the bridge design division': of the Bu
reau of Public Roads who is representing F. C. Turner, chief engineer of the Bureau of Public
Roads; and E. J. Shields, protect manaoer on the bridge design for Sverdrup &, ; Parcel. '

CZ High SchooliPupils Show
50 Positive Lung Fungus

Less than -one' per-cent of the
1565 Balboa Junior and Senior High
School students ,-whu-were.- given
tuberculin and Aistoplasmosin skin
tests thiYmenQushowwla: positive
reactionJtoStabtnani
announceitDjahUHealtH Bureafi, .-Mora
Mora .-Mora than- S9 percent of th
ttudtnt, hvivr, had ioitivr
Th tjRt f which were totariedJ
b'i 1 I" 'V If" 1 ',l'"lh'f ""
Kirlr DnhttVanh
mi J
Lampoon's Trophy
tllw Thirrt Win
HOLLYWOOD :(UPI) r Kirk
Douglas, who has won the.Har;
Vard lampoon's "worst actor
award three 'years in succession,
feels it is about.timethe boysat
Harvard- send tSre
"Please send the trophy pre pre-paid,"
paid," pre-paid," the aroused film- star teie teie-eraphed
eraphed teie-eraphed the editors of the Har Harford
ford Harford undergraduate magazine
TuesdayHafter; he was informed
that thfe'worst actor' title was
being retired: because he had cor-
-.-t" V- T .ronnnn tTOOhy. RUt
fve &i lads VSamr
&w- lted among
the 10 worst movies of 1958.
Harth carried fO the
"worst actress','.-award 1(foi?; her
roleyin "Separate, Tables. $
"'The-' Lampoon' editors-ven
iSSTflK bbie ReynoWs
ml Elizabeth Taylor, "creenlands
tnn triande. Tney eBrnea
tresses who despite the ; laclt jw
extemporaneously to entertain e
: nation. twi?; m?
ii-e"Bnntit nt neaven.
Worst Supporting -ActressChriS'
Thank God Award -- Marilyn
v Monroe for manf no j68
-year i sweepjus iiuyu. .
N.C Legislature
Considers Bill..;-.
-To Sterilize Women
iv Kirvmn UP. YUPI)
The
i:r.v .-kurt Tffislature today
studied a
bilr- tnai wuui" inyvwt
' for sterilization
nT women w"
have proved to be "grossly 'sexu
aUy delkiuent,Mt f V
i Tli moaciiM.. intrnduced in aotr
- houses f the; General Assembjy
-ytsterday Would require any worn.
an. trivinff lilrtJtvtn third illegl
timate child to shpW cause why
3 she should not be sterilized. ; '.;
Ren. Pflptipt nvii. ohvsictafl
' 'who co-sponsored the bill, said W
ws designed o e "more thera
( The measure also'wouM provide
. psychiatric treatment at state ex ex-i
i ex-i pense for women having ,two, illo
1 eitimat children. fl"
The sponsors said the bill should
, j cut down on welfare payments on
. behalf of illegitimate children The
4 0ww ty,iwhj! Acpattiiiaii iiav -im
ported there are 145,000 such chil chil-,;
,; chil-,; dren in North Carolina and that
bout 13,000 receive their support
from tforstat;'v;v; s v:.

" HHgnfti i n n n r i-
by the Health Bureau in coordina-.l
tiort with the Middle American Re
search Unit; are being given to de-
termine liow-many:school children
m jthe.V'anatXon have been ex ex-pvsed'tojtabcrculosis
pvsed'tojtabcrculosis ex-pvsed'tojtabcrculosis or histoplas
mosis, a tuneus disease of the
lungs, 1
( It Is the first time that such tests
have ever been held in the Canal
zone V."1 ".-,..-;- wT
, Inji letter sent wiB'to parents
tmsweeir, n a stressed that, a
powuve reaction M either tubercu-
Ibf or histoplasniosin was not a-
larming but jmieant.orily, that the
child has bad a previous contact
with the disease. -,' ?-
It did not mean, the letter stated.
that the child had the disease in an
active form, was ill. or should
have any form of medical atten attention.
tion. attention. In the case of positive tuber-
Zone Health Bureau may contact
parents at a later date in an effort
to aetermme wnere. the contact
with tuberculosis may have occur occurred
red occurred as this disease is contracted
only from another person.
nisropiasmosin, wnicn usually
occur; in a vary mild form, I
contracted by inhaling the fun fungus
gus fungus that is prosonHn tho toil and
inhaled with dust particles tho
'letter' explained.
The majority of chfldren who
have lived in Panama, the middle
or souin Auanuc states, central
United States or Puerto Rico will
have a; positive' reaction to histo-
plasmin, according to the Health
Bureau. -.
Parents were further advised
that if their children had a positive
reaction to both or either test, thev
wouia remain positive for life ahd
tneretore a record of the results of
tnese tests should be kept to aid
physicians in evaluating any chest
disease' wnicn may occur in the
future. ,i
The tests will b continued
Monday among studonts in tht
Cristobal Junior and Sonior High
Schools.'"''
They will be carried out bv the
same team of doctors and nurses
which made the tests in' Balboa.
uaiooa junior or senior Hieh
School students, who were unable
to take advantage of the tests gly
en this week may obtain a" skin
test Monday morning m- the
Nurse's Office in Balboa High
acnooi, u was announced. ;
The tests will be continued the
last Week in March among the stu
dents in the Cristobal Junior and
Senior High Schools and during the
summer months among pupils ill
the Latin American schools in the.
tanal Zone. ? i
They will be given in September
to pupils of the Canal Zone elemen
tary schools on both sides of the
Isthmus.

Unemployment In US Edges Up To

v WASHINGTON A (UPI)--Unem-i
ployment edged up by 25,000 last
month to a total of 4,749,000, the
government reported yesteray. It
said the, Increase was Os small
as t be insignificant 4 .
" A -report by the Labor and
Commerce-" Departments -showed
employment ;; also increased by
16,000 to 62,706,000, in February.
The' stability marked the usual
pause! between heavy winter cut cutbacks
backs cutbacks in johs r and the normal
spring .pickup. V '-yx v$-
" The number of jobless workers
was' 1 724.000 lower than in Feo-ruaryr195o-the
depth of 4he"1957
58 recession. There also were

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i n n n n r." n i iTfrri J, r -
' The:
judge's Bench
Sinclair M. Scantlebury, 55, BWI,
was fined f20';'Wrallwa?HKgu.
trate's Court for ieaving the scene
of an accident-'.-'V-"
Marcos Rodriguez, lit, Panama-
man, was found guilty on three
counts of traffic violation. He was
fined $15 for speeding his truck on
the Gaillard Highway. lined $10
for driving without XattalJgone;
1, 'r... . 1 ......
uceuse, ana piacea on-'one 7car s
probation for opewimt hi truck
with oefective footwakesv. -
Two .-Jana mama n : busn drivers
were fined $15 each for following
Uoo closely as they operated their
buses iff the Canal Zone. The driv drivers
ers drivers arer Fernando F. Viltalaz, 24,
and Silvio Portillo, 54. i 5
A taa 'driver, Felipe Bomero,
32, Panamanian, was fined $25 for
willfully and unlawfully failing to
comply with a policeman order.
Romero had refused to move -his
taxi at parking area 'at Pedro
Miguel when ordered to do so by
uie policeman.
Diplomats Forecast
Big Purge Of Iraqi
Army Opposition
sources here., today predicted
major purge of the Iraqi, army
and the government to remove all
potential opponents of Premier
Abdul KariBt Kassem including
anti-Communists and Nassentes.
They said pressure also was
building up ; in Baghdad fpr the
speedy execution of Gea."" Abdul
Salam( Aref, former number two
man in the "Kassem regime how
under sentence of death for' plot plotting
ting plotting against, the premier,
Reports fron Iraq said anth
government bitterness by army
field commar.ders ih ;f the. Prov Provinces
inces Provinces wag a- major factor -in the
current revolt. -They said thVcom thVcom-manderawwere
manderawwere thVcom-manderawwere iealous of the
quick promotions' given officers
closer to the capital-anoV in the
personal confidence of Kassem..
In addition, the reports said, thi
field commanders disapproved of
the government's failure' to coop cooperate
erate cooperate with President Gamal Abdel
Nasser's United Arab Republic.
LAIKA ON CAMERA
VIENNA (UPI) -Czechislo-
yakia, has. started a new televi television
sion television quix show in which top
prize is a dog. of the same breed
as Laika of Sputnik .'fame, "the
Prague newspaper Svibodno Slo Slo-vo
vo Slo-vo reported. Th- show is ealled
"55 for Uika." v,
734.000 more persons holding jobs
than in February a year ago,.,
But even so unemployment last
month was 1,500,000 higher .than
in February, 1957, before the. re recession
cession recession began.' i. -v
The report said that last" month
the seasonally adjusted percen percentage
tage percentage of the labor force without
jobs held steady at 6 per cent for
the third month in a row. Many
economists regard this figure: as
a 'key statistic in the job picture.
In addition, the relatively small
changes in February employment
and unemployment fell within the
range of normal statistical errors
(hat night be made bv the-gov-,

PANAMA; R. P' THURSDAY, MAECH it, 1959 f 54 f

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RP Newsmen Still Planning
Congress On Press Measures

The Panama Newspapermen's
Union went ahead with plans
fcodav to hold a newsmen's con
gress at Aguadulce on March
21 and 22 to approve a whole
new set of proposals for alaw
covering Dress, radio ana tele
vision. ,"'-
' Meanwhile, there was some
speculation in unofficial circles
that' the permanent legisiauve
Committee would pigeon-hole a
proposed aecree-iaw, wnicir nas
encountered ,sirong uppasiuim
from newspaper sources. ,,
.t-'t ..''..
Hcgro Urges Use
01 Best Brains
In Race Problems
Washington fUPK The.neW
Negro member of the Civd Rights
Commission urged the nation to today
day today to marshal its "best brains"
to help solve racial problems.
nonpPA M. Johnson. 58-year-old
former dean of the Howard Uni
versity law school wno was nom nom-inatiui
inatiui nom-inatiui hv President Elsenhower
Tjlesday to the :mah 'panel, de-
scrioea race xeiauuiiB a
ica's top domestic Issue.
- mieht to marshal our best
brains in the field of human rela relations
tions relations '? to consider racial problems
just as we marshsied' our oesi
bfains ia the p by I e a 1 sci sci-Dnr.p
Dnr.p sci-Dnr.p to meet the challenge of the
Soviet SpMtnik,--he- -aald :-ta
interview
The educator uggesteq w
gathering of anthropologists,
ciologists, psychologists, and stu
dents of law might explain -why
people are biased. .'
Johnson has been serving In one
of the top staff jobs for the com commission
mission commission as director of its office
of laws, plans, and wearch lor
almost a year. vT I" a a-He
He a-He said he will taW' .t sub sub-stantial"
stantial" sub-stantial" pay cut in moving up to
his new job since commissioners
are paid onl lor the few-days a
month they meet on business, Staff
members -are salaried. ..
, A tall, heavy -set man with
graying bair, Johnson juckeo; on
a pipe as he phrased answers. Al Although
though Although he acknowledged he once
felt the commission's authority
was too limited, Johnsop now
feels its report to President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower and Congress next Sep September
tember September could have a powerful in-
be as irrelevant as me coior; to
your hah is now," he said, "My
concern as 'i'amrot
we are now permitting racial ani animosity
mosity animosity to weaken us in the eyes of
rwo-thirds of the world that is
non-white.'
Youthful Ghemjst
Makes Tiny Error
But Big Difference
RICHMOND, Vv (UPIpThere
i- lust one little 'difference be
tween cellopbstae and nitrglycer-
ine, but 15-year-oid James n. aus aus-terer
terer aus-terer Jri fowd.lt. v--
Ja met took it upon bimseif to
whip up a batch of cellophane at
hdme. He took a copy of his for formula
mula formula to school and showed t it,
with some pride, to hii chemiS'
trv teacher. -i.- .! .,;"-aA-V .".'
The teacher paled rai t the
phone and caUed James' .mother.
She called : her husbaod;a fire'
man. He called police. Officers
contacted the Army a ft, Lee,
Va. ,'. ',."..':
, Explosives experts rushed to the
youths home and carefullt earned
away his cwftoction. ;
Through one tiny but Important
error in the formula, James had
produced nitroglycerin, instead of
cellophane. . 1
ernment in computing it job esti
m&tcs -v-'c' p'
AFL CIO .'preaiideatV. George
Meany said the figures.' showed
the unemployment situation was
"growing worse" and la now a
drag oh economic reaovery.
Meany. said the nation cannot
wait any longer, for government
action to relieve suffering of mil millions
lions millions of unemployed citisens.
In this connection, i president
Eisenhower told his news confer conference
ence conference yesterday be believed any
further extension of emergency
jobless benefits should be han
died by the states although he
was 'willing t listen U argu

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The Droposed -decree law,
modifying present libel laws,
would provide 30 to 180-day iail
terms for offensive remarks or
publications against the chief
executive, and other,; top gov
ernment officials.
At a meeting held yesterday,
the union decided to use a
proposal submitted by newsman
Jorge Turner, who Is ; closely
connected with tne oe ia ouar
dia administration, as the basis
for the discussions on the pre
posed law at Aguadulce.
Yesterday, editors and city
editors of local Spanlsh-lan
guage dallies testified against
the proposed decree-law before
a subcommittee hearing of the
Permanent Legislative Commit
tee.
The witnesses, which Includ
ed Ricardo Llnce, president of
the Newsmen's Union, were un
animous in their opinions that
the proposed decree would re
strict freedom of the press and
consequently is unconstilution
al.
In the light of yesterday's
Hearings, mere was some spe speculation
culation speculation that the subcommittee,
comprised or Assemblymen Pa
blo;, Bares and ; Marcel Penso,
woflldiiecommend drastic "mod
ification or, the proposed de
cree-law and that it would b?
eveniuauy sneivea py tne com committee
mittee committee with the acquiessence of
tne De la Ouardia administra
tion,.
UtAri Diplpfels
To Push US Import
Curbs On Coffee
WASHINGTON.. March 12 (UPI)
Latin American diplomats from
the major coffee growing countries
privately hailed the mandatory an an-trols
trols an-trols on oil imports that were Im
posed by ,the U.S.V government.
They said the controls were al un unexpected
expected unexpected indirect support for their
request that African coffee ship shipments
ments shipments to the United States he re restricted.
stricted. restricted.
African imports in recent years
have begun to compete with Latin
American shipments and American
producers have charged that they
contributed to the decline in cof coffee
fee coffee prices.
Diplomatic sources said that
their feeling today was that if the
United States can adopt quotas to
protect its owh raw materials then
it ran take similar stens .to heln
Latin America, invoking the spirit
of Pan American cooperation.
This thesis will' probably be one
of the main subjects when a five-
nation committee of the Junta Di
rectiva del Convenio Latinoameri
cano del Cafe meets today to begin
consultations on the execution, of
the 15 nation pact to stabilize Cof
fee prices which expires Sept. 30.
Representatives oi urasu, Co
lombia. Mexico, El Salvador and
Guatemala are expected to meet
for about two weeks to decide what
steps to take towards renewing
the aereement for another year.
One of their main objectives is to
see whether the African producers
can now be induced to join in the
retention program.
RP Government
Owes $1 Million
To Segurb Social
7 ';
Official sources Indicated y ester
day that the Panama government
owes the Social Security Board a-
bout one million dollars for f four
months of payments for its em
ployes.
The last payment maae jy tne
government was in. September t the
sources said. i
4,749,000
Congressional Democrats, vl t e
pushing for an, extension of the
program to prevent several hun
dred thousand unemployed from
running out of benefits when the
temporary program ends March
30. - V
' ' V s
The. i report showed, :? that the
hours of work in manufacturing
industries held steady at 39.8 a
week last month; The, earnings of
factory workers also were-un
changed rom January 'at Jan
hourly rate of $2.19. 5 1
Average weekly earnings ahd
the work week, increased sharply,
however; compared to the reces
tinm manih ml. Vmhmuyf. 1958.

Khrushchev
Warns Against
Breakthrough
BERLIN, March 12 (tIPI)r-So-viet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev
flew back to Moscow today with a
renewed warning to the West not
to try to "break through" to isolate
West Berlin.- ''
"If the aggressors should try, in
spite of everything, to carry
through their adventurous aims
and as they say -try to 'break
through" anywhere, they Would
meet with, the appropriate resist
ance," Khrushchev declared.
Khrushchev flow home In i So-viat-built
TU-104 t transport
after eight days conferring with
last Germany's Communist lead leaders
ers leaders and visiting -the Leipzig
spring trade fair ';
Khrushchev went on ""we would
like to believe, however, that those
on whom it depends will not per permit
mit permit any irresponsible, acts and will
take decisions in the interest of all
the countries which fought against
Hitlerite Germany.
Khrushchev repeated earlier pleas
to the West to end the Cold War by
signing a peace treaty with Ger Germany
many Germany and winding up the occupa occupation
tion occupation of West Berlin.
Platinum Smuggler
Nabbed Al Gale
Pays $25 CZ Fine
X Colon merchant was fined $2S
vesterdav ia Cristobal Magistrate's
Court" for" attempting W. smuggle
morc'than $5,000 worth'of platinum
thrdugh the Atlantic side pier gate.
The merchant, Adalberto Joiy
Taoia. 45. was nabbed by alert cus-
f toms inspectors as be attempted to
pass through the gate.
While searching Joly's car cus customs
toms customs inspectors found a parcel
lodged under the driver's se The
parcel- contained more than eight
pounds of, pure platinum, valued at
$5,500.
After his arrest the merchant
was released on $100 bail. Upon his
appearance in court yesterday he
was found guilty of the smuggling
charge- and ordered to pay the as assessed
sessed assessed fine.
Canal Zone customs authorities
impounded the cohtrabnd until it
could be admitted 'to Panama in
full compliance with the existing
import laws. 't
FBI Chief Charges
Vif h Youth Crimes
WASHINGTON fUPI FBI Di
rector J. Edgar J Hoover charged
today that delinquent parents are
largely to blame? for the "grow
ing menace of youth crime.
In a caustically-worded editor!
al in the FBI's law enforcement
bulletin, Hoover noted that the
the public only thinks of crimi
nals who lead youngsters into
thievery and immoral activities
as, "corrupters of youth."
In truth, said the bachelor FBI
boss, "large segments of the adult
population are also among tne
guilty."
Xountless adults escape the
stigma," Hoover wrote, "although
by their negligence, indifference,
personal greed and bad example,
they tiit in fact responsible in
large' measure for juvenile crimi
nahty."
He asserted that a "major fac
tor" in the youth crime problem
'"is our present society which has
substituted indulgence for disci
pline, pleasure for duty and mon money
ey money for -morals."
He said the time has come tor
decisive action." Hoover predict
ed that based on the "alarming
present rite" more than one mil million
lion million youths in the 10-to-17-year age
bracket will be arrested in 1962
and in ach succeeding year.
Cable-Ship Aeolus
Due Here Tomorrow
Prom Acq pulco x
, The U.S. .cable-laying ship Aeo Aeolus,
lus, Aeolus, with a crew of 180 officers and
men,, is scheduled to arrive at Bal
boa .tomorrow morning from Aca-pulco,-
Mexiio.
She will nose her snout-like bow
into Pier Two North, Rodman Na
val-Station, .for a brief stay be
fore transiting the Canal later this
week. '
The 'Aeolus is commanded by
Cdc J. 0. Whiteakec.

1

Unarmed
New Red
WASHINGTON. March
States has drafted a plan
through a Berlin blockade if

Would Test A

me neea for, a test convoy would arise if Russia ab-
dicated its PrHn responsibilities, signed a treaty with
East Germany and gave the East Germans control of traf traffic
fic traffic routes to Berlin.
It can be reported that blueprints for the test eon-

voy ana ror purring America's 33p,000 military men tiv

mi uje un mcreasea aierr now exist, hurther, they can bs
adapted to whatever needs emerge from Allied confer
ences.
The plan as it now stands apparently calls for send sending
ing sending a normal size unarmed convoy of four to tn trucks'
over the 110-mfte road from Helmsted inVVest German"
through East Germany to West Berlin.

If the convoy were stopped,
it might then' be strengthened
with tanks and go ahead.
What would happen if it
drew fire from East German
guards was not known.
It can be said that there are
plans for4 Western military
forces, td-establish cotittol of

the. highway through Eaat cer4fPldom sppjeep more bluntly or

;matf fit fciglii.PQlicy ttWtaf es.
Meanwhile "Congressional
might take President Eisen
hower at his word and limit by
law the minimum strength of
the Army and Mairne Corps.
"I believe Congress should do
it," said assistant Senate. Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leader Mike Mansfield
(Mont.). Other Democrats, no
less influential, predicted pri
vately that 'Congress will do so.
Elsenhower, defending his de
fense budget and military man manpower
power manpower cuts, told his news con conference
ference conference yesterday he would not
try to thwart the will of Con Congress
gress Congress if it made such a specific
legal determination.
The drive to enact specific
manpower floors, which has
supporters in both the House
and Senate, gained impetus
when Gen. Maxwell D. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Army chief of staff, fold
, the Senate Preparedness sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee he still favored a
925,000-man army.
The awainistration 'plans to
cut Army strength from 900,000
to 870,000 men and the Marine
Corps from 200,000 to 175.000
hy July 1 when the next fiscal
year begins.
Taylor testified as the Presl
dent was telling his new3 con
ference that no. additional
ground forces were required.
Eisenhower argued that
none could be used in the
Berlin crisis a thesis Tay Taylor
lor Taylor may have disputed, ac according
cording according td some accounts of
the general's closed-door tes testimony.
timony. testimony. ine president declared that
ir congress forced more ground
troops on him he would spnrf
them somewhere nice and quiet
nu K,eep mem out of the
way.'
d
creasing with unusual vigor.
aim emuuon, ne sam the Unit
cu oiai.es nas ail the ground
iprces it needs to fight a "bush
re war in Berlin or anywhere
woe
In any biggen conflict, he
said, this country wouldn't
AH Three Victims
Of Island Crackup
Out Of Danger
All three men injured Tuesday
wht na private plane crashad on
taVtoff from the Rty Island land landing
ing landing strip were reported out of
danger today In Gorges Hospital.
Hospital authorities now believe
that Barney f orgoson, a civilian
employe of the Navy, hat a pos possibly
sibly possibly fracNirod Vertebra. Earlier
It was ftarod ho might have suf suffered
fered suffered a broken back.
Elmer Orra longtime employe
of the Canal's Accounting Divi Division,
sion, Division, Is recovering from a shoul shoulder
der shoulder injury and a badly lacerated
oar.' ,
The Guatemalan pilot, Carlos
Samayoa, has head lacerations
and an ankle Injury.
The wrecked plane Is believed
te be tolal loss.

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mot

Trucks
ny
Blockade
12
(UPiy The United
for sending a test convoy
the Communists impose'one
"dream of fighting a ground -war.
The President's angry dispute
with Democratic congressional'
eaders over the nation's" mili military
tary military strength led Eisenhower to -deliver
a stern news ennfennr
defense., of his, policies. He. has
J7" w" 91 ingress.
v
He spoke out as Senate Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. John-
ami opened a searching defense
inquiry by his Preparedness
subcommittee with a charge
that the nation was not doing doing-enough
enough doing-enough fast enough to bolster
its military forces.
After questioning Taylor,
Johnson said it was clear that
"the size and composition of
the Army does not reflect the-'
judgment of the men who1.;
must lead the Army in the1
event the Army must be
used."
Taylor said after the clnspd-
door meeting that he still tuJ,
vored an Army of 625.000 mpn
just as he has f0r the past two
years. He said only time would
tell whether the administra administration's
tion's administration's manpower position was
correct In light of the Berlin
crisis.
Eisenhower charged that
Congress has made some seri serious
ous serious past mistakes on national"
defense. He sald every tim
some situation Is "suddenly de
scribed as a crisis," the law lawmakers
makers lawmakers want to beef up mill
tarily manpower
J
He appealed for a little
"steadi n s s" in Congress.
'let's not make evervthinr.
such a hysterical sort of pro-1
position" whether it be in
Berlin, Quemoy or anywhere
else, he said.
..,'
As for Berlin, he said the
United States certainly is not
going to fight a ground war in
Europe not against Russia's
175 divisions.
As to whether there would T..
nn tn Russia; Rut, h dltin'tv
think the Soviets 'Would t iO
Eisenhower also replied to
Democrats who have charged
that he is more concerned ..a

hnnt a balanced budeet thaflr-

tne nations saieiy. xie .saia .saia-with
with .saia-with some heat that defense;-
always wouia come wrss..
But even if there was tr
budget surplus, he said, he
would put it into -such things
as better schools not mili':
tary items,
Colon Free Zone
Business Trebled
Since LasFYea
' r'iiX ';''"
cnanoise was r.anaiea at mi mi-Colon
Colon mi-Colon ; Free Zone ; during tha
month 'of Beruaryi' it was re- -vealed
yesterday. v
The merchandise was valued,
at $8,780,885.03 and with tht
total for the month vof January
exceeded the movement during
the first two months of last
year by Over three million doK
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THURSDAY, MARCH h, 195

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THE MAIL BOX

DOCKERS' RETIREMENT

Sir:
Since "Non-Chameleon" (Mail
Alec and knows so much about the

doesn't he go up to Balboa Heights and tell all that stuff he write in
the Mail Box directly to Governor Potter?
This sage seems to be a good file clerk who spendi all his time
quoting the union leaders, the Governors of the Panama Canal and
everybody else except "Ginger Know All."
The dockworkers who are not on retirement today are not there
not because of the Governor, the union or the Panamanian Govern Govern-aent.
aent. Govern-aent.
Laws are laws and neither "Non-Chameleon" or anybody else is
xig to change those laws. We dockworkers will get under retire retirement
ment retirement only when we earn the required amount of hours as some 100
other dockworkers were able to do since Oct. 5, 1958. I might say
the union, which is always catching hell from everybody has been
keeping up a steady fight for a fair rotation system dating all the
way back to 1950. It ws through this fair rotation that is now being
practised that those 100 employes were placed on retirement.
The only thing that happened to the dockworkers is that they
were not informed of the changes, and a few hot-heads took things
in their own hands and started forming committees at the suggestion
of an individual in the Terminals Division who led them on to believe
that the committees could solve all the problems. Well, for the com com-mittees'
mittees' com-mittees' information this individual succeeded in splitting the dock
force and -as able to weaken the efforts of the union, and the only
people who have really come out on top is management.
These dock committees keep running all over the place and talk talking
ing talking to the Foreign Minister and trying to, see Siciliano and how the.
Governor. Will our local-rate people ever learn a lesson?' If more
powerful forces thari they have passed through these same channels
and the fact still remain that the law is the law, then what do "Non "Non-Chameleon"
Chameleon" "Non-Chameleon" and the divided dockworkers expect to getbeside beint
pushed around?
I am a dock worker in Cristobal, a union member, and a proud
member who just voted in the union elections, and who wants "Non "Non-Chameleon"
Chameleon" "Non-Chameleon" and all the others to realize that fighting the Canal Zone
Administration is not writing and quoting i speeches In the Mail Box
Column. Some of us have a little more sense than "Non-Chameleon"
is trying to let people believe.
Let "Non-Chameleon" come forward, take up the flag and lead
the dockworkers to Balboa Heights, and see whether he frightens the
Governor into putting all the dockworkers on retirement.
Dock Employe

HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRESS FREEDOM
-ir: ' .T
. i t-
I presume that Panama, as a member of the United Nations, had
a part to play in the ratification of the "Universal Declaration of Hu Human
man Human Rights" which, as passed and proclaimed by the UN General
Assembly Dec. 10. 1948. has this to say.
Article 18 Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, con conscience
science conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his reli religion
gion religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others
and in public or ;private,- to manifest hi religion or belief in teach teaching,
ing, teaching, practice, worship andttjbsewanjee.s ; ;
Article lSiryonf.aasjthe riglitJo freedom of opinion and
expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without inter inter-ference
ference inter-ference and to seek, receive fand impart information and ideas
through any media and regardless of frontiers. i
Article 21 (1) Everyone has the right to take part in the gov government
ernment government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representa representa-tievs.
tievs. representa-tievs. (2) The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of
government; this will shall be expressed In periodic and genuine
elections. j
By taking way the freedom of expression and the freedom of
the press it won't be long before we are all locked up.
M. R. Crewe

GAMBOA SWIMMING MEET

Sir:
t on in nrrinnl in Balboa, live in

Just living there should have, gotten me on a relay team. I wanted
to swim in another race at Gamboa's Meet, too, but there weren't
enough boys 10 make another team.
Now, by reading the letter by "Rules R. Rules' (Mail Box, March
10) I realize I should have had that chance. If I had only known that
the form I filled out didn't mean what it said I would have gotten
kids in other towns to make up a team with me. I doubt if we could
have broken any speed records, but it would have been fun.
Disappointed Student

WORK FOR A GENERAL
Sir:
"NCO's Wife" (Mail Box, March 6) is tight about how simple it is
for a general to get work done on his quarters. I know for a fact that
a lot of the work done in the quarters of one of the generals here is
not necessary, but because he has the power and his wife wants it
done he will tell his side to get it done. Further, the way the aide
goes about this is awful.
Taxpaying NCO t

LOITERING

Sir:
It looks as if recently a Canal Zone cop, instead of chasing a
minor in a couple of minutes from an area where there is a "No Loi Loitering"
tering" Loitering" sign, idled away 30 minutes of the US taxpayers' time so
that the period prescribed by the anti-Ioitering law was complied
with, and he could haul the youngster in.
I think the 28 extra minutes so occupied might have been better
used trying to catch the thieves who have been burglarizing the clubs
on the various army posts."
Busybody

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir:
I think it's time for the editor to take over and write me up.
I've bren doing all the reporting about Panama and the Zone.
H-ve trouble writing by touch, but I am feeling fine.
Complete checkup March 2 and 3, and the medicos say I am good
to paw the century mark.
Lot of visitors at the Fat Stock Show, but none showed up from
Panama.
It's getting warm enough to sit out, and so in another week I
may be able to do better.
Pop Wright.

PANAMA AMERICAN
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CAN FILL YOUR ykEDS!

AMERICAN

Panama AMtfttCAirim.-tNC
Box. March 9) is such a smart
dock workers problems why
Balboa and swim at Balboa Pool.

Labor News
And
Comments

B- VICTOR RIESEL
In Washington offices crackling
with tension, many to observer
ot me nation s new poverty pocK pocK-ets"
ets" pocK-ets" exDects hi ian?lin? let.
ohnnp tn hrinff prim npusa nf uin.
lent dashes over mighty scarce
jobs.
Already in one giant southern
piani, a Dana oi men stopped oth other
er other unionists from working on
new installations literally drove
them out with fist, anri rhainc
Now weary men, racing against
ume, expect me next wore ot vio violence
lence violence to flash up momentarily
from rrrtain cnl filH Vnr th
Lfact is that the aging giant, John
Licwia, is recovering ai noma
in Virginia far more swiftlv than
,the sick old King Coal injnstrv
I itself.
To realize what's happening in
1 the min Datrhps wp nnpa urarh.
ed so closelv when John I. stalk.
ed the land, is to realize what's
happening dramatically behind the
scenes in those industries which
are not hitched tn the tr nr in
the planets.
That littln PftlHpn hall u iuct
heaved around the sun is exert exerting
ing exerting far greater influence on Us
people than w realize. While ihe
earthbound coal industry and its
union shrink, the power inside la labor
bor labor .and, therefore, inside our so
cial ana political life is shifting to
Such Unions a thp Tntemstinnnl
Assn. of Machinists.
Its members are at Lockheed
Aircrafts missile division, which
IS now working on an arrit in
ception of the one-man, one-sea t-
w nose cone, our first manned
space "ship. It is the Machinists
(LAM) memhprshin whioh al
staffs the astrodyna'mics division
oi vunvair at oan Diego. That
firm provides moct of the Atlas
-t-Which hlirll thj onllon ..k...
vuwu ayuvi ca
into sun orbits.
Meanwhile, althnimh nlH crloi-
' a-- vi ammo
never die, tibey sure shrink. It
came as a shiv-k tn tnm a nKaan
-r v wviuv
vers to learn from the Mine U-
mon useu that there are for ex-
Bmpieoniy ns.ooo coaldiggers in
the Dlts antl arnnn,4 V. .h.tt-
day. Thus less than half of. the
w,wu miners oi yesterday are
UTralril.rt tnrl ..
Thev are huf n fcanU.ii t
original 750,000 men who made
"P me minty empire John L
took over in 1923 an empire to
which presidents- of the U.S. came
hat in hand M sometimes doffed
m respect for Mr. Lewis and
sometimes unsiHo tinurn in mm
7, JSJ Political handouts
,,,..uu ov we sreat union.
What rpHiir-prl fhio
l .r'.l power powerful
ful powerful outfit? nf a6 .i :
fuel substitutes, ut most impor-
m were are machines which
v.u ui8 vne coai and move it tast taster
er taster than Vem pan iim U H mi
" i uuw. mere
wiu soon be available a mecha-
""-i monster described by the
experts' as rmnti.. .h.j'
continuous mining machine.
One man, in an electronic cen-
railVef grou!ld' .wil1 ede the
coal-chewing robot to underground
seasm. It will dig the black fuel
u ju h on a neavy-duty con con-tinuos
tinuos con-tinuos transport system which
will move it to an outside station
with not touch of human hands
&ome day soon, such coal will
be automatically
... 'j "t.u at me
outside depot md shoved into a
pipeline. Then water will move
it hundreds of miles directly to
th 'inHlletrS.I
vuiiBumer lust
like natural ca. Thr ic ..,nk
coal pipeline covering 108 miles
w casiern umo. it runs from a
giant COal com nan v in Ralmnnf
- 1 -J "VllllUNl
County to the Cleveland Electric
Uuminating Co. generating plant
hi iasuaKe. ine pipeline can
move th eauivailent nf 91 (VIA
road hopper cars annually.
Though Uhcmlhers jobs have
been cut the treasuries, of their
once huge union have increased,
mr. lwis runs powerful Wash Washington
ington Washington bank. His welfare fund
pays out well over $100,000 a
year. The UMW has some $50..
000,000 in the central kitty.
But that money wont make
jobs. It's the inheritance of past
greatness. In some areas, scores
of thousands of miners are job
less. They love their union. But
mey ana meir tamuies have to
eat. If help doesn't come from
some place, they'll dig coal for
whoever fr thmi umrlr
whatever wage they can get.
Then the clashes will come. :
They'll fight just as their coun-
teroarts in Other InHmtrtoa a-
round the land ha v fnnirht nn.
puoucuea names over avaUable
wors;. we. live in a new era of
poverty pockets amidst plenty.
Some of our nejenbora nrwri hp-ln
They should get it.
s
MALE SALON OPENS
VIENNA fUPIWTh firt mi.
metic salon for men in Commu Communist
nist Communist Czpphnslnvalria will h niuiuj
soon in tne industrial town of
(iDttwa (lnv thM Prion, namin
per Lidova Demokracie reported

UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
In the District Court of the United States
in and for ihe District of the Canal Zone.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MA YON No. 1
x-Piclflc Reefer) a Guatemalan ship, registry number 134306, home port
San Joie de Guatemala, together with her engines, boilers, tackle, ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, apparel, furniture, and all other necessaries theri)nto apper appertaining
taining appertaining and belonging, will be sold at public suction to the beM end
highest bidder, under order of the United States District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone, on Monday, the 23rd day ot March, 1A5!, at
10 o'clock In thc forenoon, at the U.S. District Court, on the third floor
of the Administration Building, Cristobal, Canal Zone, nu-suant to a
final decree dated the 4th day of March, 15, in the action entmd
Carlos Auerbech, et al, vs. M. V. Hayon No. 1, In Admlraltv. No. Vi.
TERMS Or SALE: As Is, where la, U.S. ctrrenry or certified ohe-k,
earnest money amounting to tent (10) per cent of th bM price, oayable
to the United States Marshsl at the time of the sale, the halnnoe pay payable
able payable In raah or certified check upon confirmation hv th Cuir1

The Mayon Ne. 1, a tefrlgernted

AMERICOS brand, was built In Stockton, Cs'ifomla, In 19". ?er'ter.

q tonnage, ,mi nor, aw, Lengin, 17I. ft. Beam ST.t rrft, ft.
Two Buach-Stltwrdiesel wnglnee of SoO Of each. Wooden, hull with
metal plsta eoverln single-screw. .. .. .
' Prosnectlve Mdders may Inspect the vessel upon 'annlWIon to..th'
United BtatM Marshal at his office vln the U.S. T)lMrt CnuH "on.. n.
con, Canal fcone. during office hours, 7:30 t.m. to if noon and from 1 to
4:30 pjnM Monday through Mday.
DATED AT ANCON. CANAL ZONE JORRPH I. KINCAtD
March S, 15 United States Marshal.
Charles E. Ramlrei, of Van Sllen Ramirez, Proctor for Libelant

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Walter Wincheli In

NEW YORKERS
ARE TALKING ABOUT. ...
El Morocco informing Prince
Aly Khan that he couldn't come
in unless he changed his black
shirt and removed-- his blaoie
sweater. .Noel Coward's distin
guished signature advertised as
adapter of "Look After Lulu,
Which disappointed many of us
out front. .Tammy Grimes and
Polly Rowles, of that cast, romp romp-nine
nine romp-nine off with the honors. . .Lor
raine Hansburgy,-28, author. of
the soonlue iplay, "A TUUSin in
the Sun." The first Broadway o
pus written by a Negro gin. Out
of town reviews were sugary. .
The passing of playwright Mat-
well Andersdn, He feuded with
drama critics, although the N.Y.
Critics Circle twice honored him
with their annual medal. .Cyril
Ribehardi comment: "I hate m
ty plays but I love honest nagatlH
ty. .BOD nopes auuicuou anu
the great affection tne puonc nas
for him. . .Yul Brynner's eye
condi ion which is more serious
than Bobs. .The buzz that the
Nicky Hiltons (Trish McClintocfc)
are imaging.
Hedda Hopper's attractive hair
do and apparel which make .'e-
males of her age look a lot omer
Uban she does at the first-nigh s.
.Mary Coasta's delightful chant
ing in Disney's "Sleeping Beau
ty. Especially "unce uoon a
Dream'. .The Hayden Planeta Planetarium's
rium's Planetarium's latest spellbinder, "A Trip
To The Moon". .Celsbs back
from Hong Kong reporting "no
inflation" in that city, wnere
made-to-order, men's suits cos'.
$14 and hard-made shoes $8. .
Society's Shirley Cowell crashing
the gates of Tune Pan Alley witn
nc flifV. "Sav Yojr

clicks. "SfWd. the N. Y

Love, rsiOj4ehlgrf'
tures, jand- 'y$i:dSM.hP&,?
. .Longy Zwillman's suicWe. Au Authorities
thorities Authorities are sa'isfied :e, .killed
himself, debunking, legeniis that
he was slain. Intimates say he
recently remarked; "I must do
something desperate tt take; the
pressure off my :faniuy;fV,,,vi
Elizabeth Taylor' anSviJal
Kerr, Ihe 1-2 entries in the-distaff.
Oscar sweepstakes. Bpth ,are in involved
volved involved in off r screen v dramatic
more cit'"" tbajl,8By.oJ!; their
films. .Newspape"rmo rranH
Farrell' black; tie :tii4jSrJHPt?
bund .foe -hir tui whibje ji
mtir-h ut-av a black? Made-from
a Japanese kimopa, f 'broilght
Dae irom .jiwyo. .-'?" .?
trio of: artlclfes tweaking ..Holly'
wood's nose. Why pick on a pusht
over?. .Suzy : ParkeT's bikml
rlarl figar on-oace 75.' t .Chollj
TTnirVprhnclcer cbstume at Su-
uarhiish. h ski resort: Electric
blue trousers, kelly grten swea
ter, scarlet parka ana .iiammgu
cap. .The woo-la la in "ForbiJ "ForbiJ-rion
rion "ForbiJ-rion Fruit." thp French flicks .
Th rv TraTrchot Tone and his
wife Dolores (divorced only a faw
'weeks ago) are carrying on. She
vessel with- threw. Sh t rp.?ers,

-Triumphant Arc

just flung a birthday party for
him. :, :
The latest gossip about Bri Bri-gitte.
gitte. Bri-gitte. Because she always falls in
love witlh the fellow appearing op
posite hert-her. most recent' lead
ing man; Ronald Howard- ( the
Iste Leslie Howard's son), escap escaped
ed escaped from. Paris without suffering
thai fate. The Parisian wags re re-ferUo
ferUo re-ferUo him as "The OnevThat Got
AwayK. . Princess Marie of
Greece, 76 year old aunt of
Prince Philip and the Duchess ol
KentWhCturnirf.Trinwn an ttftrr
ffom-a -Paris publisher. He re
quested she jot down (or distance)
her relationship with. Sigmund
Freud,, which would cmbarass he
English rulers. Marie left her
husband and children to be witii
Freud in V'enna 12 years. ."I
Fpl,Knrrv trr- 111. Qr,,, V, ......
Wyman and Kay Starr's ex, Hal
aianiey.
Jayne Mansfield and Mickev
Hargitay being mobbed by fans
ai ieone Sv inaAly had to stand
on top of a table to gei elbow
room and sign match-covers, me menus,
nus, menus, etc. .Hope Hampton's four
inch pearl on a eold chain which
she bought herself. .The talk
that Jill Corey and Jack Haley
Jr. will wed after his hitqh in the
Army. About two months hence.
. .Robert Offergeld's unusual gift
shop (Place Noel) on E. B2nrl A
jeweJed egg purchased there by
j&iizaDeon Araen for Mamie Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower (at Yuletime) made
such a hit with Mamie thai Miss
Arden nist bought 10,000 of them
for Easier sale. .Offergeld is a
former magazine editor, who got
oorea ana aeciaea to amount to
something.
Pcnv-tailpH .litimw
bj 'an!.' c .,-aiar I Diet
jn; school' awaiting- her first baby.1
Steve Allen's interesting self-stu-djr
in Look. .Alec Guinness' Te Te-markable
markable Te-markable feat. Won an Academy
Award last year as! in actor jtnii
aTOinaj?d.vss.car as wntsWsf,
MC
Monroe's -mSvle T Sdms i .w"
Hot.?" HardboileH
n -one oi- tne funmesfr in
Alias Jesse James,'.' .receivini
me wme acclaim. .The revela revela-tiott
tiott revela-tiott that H. Belafon e's annual
income is now t750.00fl. .Man.
"8n Stapletpn's first m o v t e,1
y Lonelyhoarts," winning her attl
rtcauemy. nomination even before
It onfinprl nn 1f.c.Mi,.,n.. i-tii.

Uam Saroyan, one of. America'sP V

jwc success;,, authors who
owes Hatful of Coin to Uncli
faxes. Katharine Cornell's new
yiay uear Liar," which will
tour 84 cities befofe chaUenging
Badway. 8 ;, 8
The legend of why Eva Bartok's
marriage to Prince Shiv of Pali Pali-trna
trna Pali-trna is held .up. UncertSinty, aavto
Whe her the Str'te will enntln.no tn
pay him $30,000 per year. J. .The ',
' -u

UNITED STATES RIARSHAL SAIE
In the District Court of tli.e United States
in and for the District of the Canal Zone.
. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MAYON No. 1
lex-raclflc Reefer) a Guatemalan ship, registry number 1343088, home port,
San Jose de Guatemala, together with her engines, boilers, tackle, ma
KiJ?ttrir' Wre,1 furniture, nd all other necessaries thereunto, apper.
1.2 SPA b'0"'1". wl'l be sold at public auction to the best and
rVifr,'?. b'd?er- "nder ortl of the United States District Court for the
Vn nViLt i ""'.v.0"?1" Zon on Monday,;the 33rd dy of March, W5, at
1? n!OCL,n., to- VS. District Court, on the third floor
of (he Administration Building, Cristobal. Canal Zona, pursuant to a
IIS!..-5"2 d't'.d-th 8rd dy 01 M,rBh- lS9 ln 'rtlon ntled In-
Mituto de Fomento de la Producolon against' the M V, Mayon No. 1 and
the Mayon Corporation, ln Admiralty, Nov 8275. T.
' TERMS OF SALE: As la, where Is, U.S. currency or certified check,
earnest money amounting to ten (10) per cent of the bid price, payable ;
to the United States Marshal at the time, of the tale, the balance .pay
weJ.n or certified check upon eonflrmatron y tht Court. -,
.TJ Mo" No.,1, a refrujerated vessel with ttireevBharp freeiers,,,
AMERICOS brand, was built tn, Stockton, e'lforn;, IJ4Si Register- ; .'

iSLPyPI' i'm: "' m- tengthi 174 atf B'eauJ V li fij! Draft, 18 .-'
TwOusch-SUtaer, dlesel angtnea of B90-irt eA, iJWootfap iUU with 5
awetal plate covering. Single-screw. i , i
.. p"sPolve bidders may inspect the tressel upon application to the
United States Marshal St his office In the U.8. District Court House-An
con. Canal Zone, during office hours, T:S0 t.m. to It noon and from 1 to
4:30 Dm.. Monday Ihrnnsn JfrlAan

t. S90. Ungthi
EATtD.AT ANC0N- CANAL ZONE
Da Castro and Robles, Proctors' for

rs.. ...

Netv York
two movie stars (male and fe
ma.e; who showed' up for a New
York screening, (of their next pic picture)
ture) picture) stoned and didn't care wno
knew iV .The new French film,
"Th Lovers," which has a 16
minute scene" :thatu censors consi consider
der consider "too realisticfor New York Yorkers.
ers. Yorkers. It will be cul down to 2 min minutes
utes minutes her j. We witnessed it in tuil
in Florida. Coudn't believe what,
we saw. .Real estate millionaire
S. M. Barton, who tips like a Tex Texan
an Texan talks. Ask the Cotillion Room
staff a. t!he Pierre. .. .Eydie Gor-
sm'i Mburii74a Is a .Season.''
Her Vtrsion?of ''April Showers"
drips honey. .Debbie Reynolds
telling Movieland mag: "Stardom
has hurt me". .Juliette Greco's
snow-white makeup jet-black hair
and scarlet coat:
spend half our time worrying
whe&er the Presidency will kill
a man with overwork and the oth other
er other half worrying whether he is
playing too much golf". .The siW
ly feuding between Eartha Kitt
and S. Davis Jr. over one's re remarks
marks remarks about the other's acting a a-bility.
bility. a-bility. It recalls the famous line:
"-No critic is as devastating as
one actor's opinion of another"
. .Boston critic Elliot Norton's ac accurate
curate accurate noter "Adult films need
not be adulterous". .Young pro producer
ducer producer David Merrick's goldmine.
He had 4 Broadway hits last sea season.
son. season. 3 now. .Ginger Rogers
who looks younger as she grows
older.
Cavalier mag's photos of June
Wilkerson, a bundle from Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. Perfect for gay-dreaming. .
La Bardot's wild fear of losing
her beauty. Becomes hysterical
when the slightest blemish ap ap-pearauon
pearauon ap-pearauon her epidermis. Ava
Gardner's qnotesp-Jk seems I'm
aiways Dettef friends with mv
hushands after we're separated"
. .Kim Novak s statement about
S. Davis Jr, in Redbook, explain explaining
ing explaining why she. "ahnot see binr a a-nv
nv a-nv more" t .Song star Jaye P.
"..Jaguar
wcll,tWn vefy
much married :ara axec. : Ruhlrn.
a peddbiic -the luxunoui private
plane ex-wife' Barbara Button
aye him as. wedding sift.
"
174.atf1B'eami ?.: fk Draft, 18 tVV
. JOSEfH I. KINCATD,
JOSEM! I. KINCAID
United Btatea Marshal
Libelant.

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WASHINGTON It looks as

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A-LCriiev innral Btli Roffera:ae fimunix : ik in w

who-oas maue a excellent, re- had to tinget pu. on them to bur
com in ,appoiKting gx0 jfederal that car ana aome c Uem squeal squeal-judge,,
judge,, squeal-judge,, wui now now m Ue yt ed like stuck pias.M V 1
sure' of the iummi jwoj-a.jr oji.J$o when he iienatoi ITom lDhio
W4th Eisenhi v.er singing theiin- got back to Washington he meek meek-anciai
anciai meek-anciai blues and moaning ever a ly removed the reference to ex ex-balanced
balanced ex-balanced budget, Rogers is about Speaker .oe -Martin' fromi the
tolei some 1130,000,000 worth of Congressionai Record, i ...
ex-German oronertv slither 1 : 1 ?

through his fingers for a song,
uenerii Anmne and ramfi uei
ble German -rt-i .it liurinrr

the wir and operand by tbefjag'SW'
tice DenartmJ r iinr,r. h.lComl??',,l-. .No., t,i VOJS-getteT

lona been eved oiw-rtilv hvV.prii
nunlobbyl.a."lna
Julius Wein. who lljailly'iiwdl
from th- hni k. tLi.h

Vt. becu oTnil "to.l to! th.

owns about 1l00,0gO,00O worth.
Its sales .undei- U.S. Govern
ment management have lumned
from Sfi7.80n.0nA In lOia tv tIM ann
WO-to 1948 while earn'ngs 4rtog
""" penua juropeo ironj
snare. , a
$84,000,000 in order to satisfy the
uemanas 01 uiiernandei, the Swiss I
group which the Justice Debartl
mant hit nl.W.J I. i I
. .... v.v.u-cu ia a ciuas ion
iormer aas. Interhandel bin re-
raw-w awciose its booksj hut
Rogers will sell out to satisfy them
anywav I
The Wall Sp? hanVar.' inM.M
ing luinn, LoeD ana Co., Oie form former
er former f'rm of Sacretarv nf rnmni.rnl
Lewi Strauss, and the First Boa-
wa vorporanon wmcn put across
th r-nnfllt.nf.intc. jA. I

Dixon-Yates, have been aittlngt7 COSTELLO'S

around with their tongues tt'naftf-'''WIk i
out, -waiting a; chance to lapffei.' i3 .rTiiw I

b cSStioif .rf
wtittoefo"cffer,tn
There'll be a roval ar-ramlfit-fi
the taxnavers' ein.n
SELPENSOR LAUSrUB
An interegiinff Item a ainaAi
ed from the Congressional Record
On tfatfe Ain.lt nf" tha Fah 19
record, Senator Lausche, ex-governor
of Ohio, inserted some -material
critical nf Y.Snalrj: Tru
Martin and the $11,000 Caclillac
given him by membes of the
House at the taxpayers, expense
-"-ww - aAvijui Muuue,
Five days la St. in tha Fah n
Congressional Record; on page 1,

Auscne' wnnorew tne iaamajf not to raid aH.otheif?terrltory.
item. I ask unanimous cnnsantlThus the jinoVrworM tnrrtinued to

that the insertions he rielts4 frnnm

the permanent record," Uoaaties Coitel-

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fhrl'a lalf.lmnn.aj mahbam.U:. -ittliXl. ..t-.A. .ai

TT "JianrpiiM I.C1ISU1 muiu uiojrBiiivo tu I, in W, 1 UUJUniU IUO
not knnw th raoinn tnw hi. u nnwL.i, kilm

-V. UM I1 VUBUVC" AVlliUIICUb Uftl MVITU UUh
VA..1 Duf k... tm ...U 4 1 li.wi ij

ie naH uavpcueai
backstage. Congressman Wavna
Hays of Ohio had telephoned
iuve uu iuiu mi as-
Sistant Rav White:
hasn't got smart enough to' knoW
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me ruies or wongress i ra going to
tearh him laeevtn rtnacMs
,..n,g,,ungu us
know that it's aealnst the rulaa fnr
a member of either the House or
of the other House?

11 m aoean mks mat mvm-fnam--QOgmKww-ism
of Joe Martin out of the Con Ko. 1--he. it nowin th Atlanta

gressional. Record the day he refiFederal Ptnitenaarriiot' a fiva-

turns to town." rnntlnutwl
frank Congressman from iu
east Ohio, "then I'll introduce a re4
SDlution Of censure to take it- out
for him.
" urthermdre." continue A
Ha VS. "he's an nlH hvnrw.r)t

Right now he's driving arwni'aifflciiH to 4ir.d.a" country to taka
tnurn in a-. nM V... l. .t '..n.t.-Af. .l.Jb....lj

UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE
In the District Court ot the United States
in and for the District of the Canal Zone.
m NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the MOTOR VESSEL MAtON Na. 1
(ex-Paerfle Reefer), a Guatemalan ahif, registry nnmtr 1343, home
rt. Ban ieae de Guatemala, together with he engines, boilers, taekle,
machinery, apparel, furaMiara,. aad all ether aieeasssrtea therenrrte aa-
pertaining and belonging, will be sold at pnbHc auction ta tha best and
highest bidder, under order of tM United SUtea District Court for the
District af the Canal Zone, ea Moaday, the 23rd day ef March, 15, at
IS o'clock In tha forenoon, al th U.S. District Court, en tha third floor
f they Administration Building, Cristobal, Canal Xone, pursuant to a
final decree dated the 4th day of March, 1S5S, la the M-tlea entitled
Fieter H. Blok vs. M. V. Mayon No. ana the Mayan Corporation, la
Admiralty, No; Z274. ;V i'V )''"'
TERMS. OP SALE: As is, wher tS., V.8.' currency r certlfiea cheek,
earnest money anwuating 'te (en l)nr ent af the bid price, pay payable
able payable to the United States Marshal at .the time ef the sale, the balance
payable in cash or certified cheek upon cenfirmaUM by -tha Ceart. :
The Mayon No. 1, a refrigerated vessel with; three Sharp; Messrs,
AMERICOS brand, was built In Stockton, California, lit IMS. Registerea
tonnage, 1,W1 net, 5H. Length 1T4 I ft, Beent, 1T.1 ft. Draft, It ft. Two
Busch-Saltzer diesef anginaa;. af 8M IV each. Waeden hall with asetal
plate covering. Single-screw. 7. tf,.'v:,-
Pnisnectlve bidder -may Inspect tha vessel upon aovllcatlen fa 4he
United States Marshal at his office In the U.S. DMrlct Court House,
Ancon, Canal Zone, during office hoars, T JS a.m. to 11 noon aad froa:i
to 4:34 p.m., Monday through Friday,

IV

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March L 1SSS. -v. Rt.- -..4v.r-M"4:.rt .:
Charles Raaalres, el Van 8UIen A Ramlres, Frattsi 1 Libelant,

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California I Ontm'T&ti&teiitl stOR V?
Timber Tracts Criek i like fronf Ua.y-"'
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..epuoucaii ntiooal ; chariman
wf,Mef-- political enemy.
am -r GOP' 5 chairman lostf his
Alcorn not
only la ama
I from the dfat hut la thra.tlno
1 with RamikH... 1. .4 k
Pan, Americah j
oam rryor, power IB CQnnec 1
contributions from -Tan Am exe executives
cutives executives Vto : tha GOP campaign
: cutlvei tn tha CAP r-
cnest might dry up if Al
mi Ins national phalrm.it
To quiet the rebeUion at home,
Alcortj has confided to friends
that ha may try to ease Ribicoff
Out af. Conneetlmif nnliti. h
ferinfc him a -est on tha Supremo
Court.
-.The GOP chief bar in mind re re-eommendina
eommendina re-eommendina RiUmff n ni.na
Justice Felix- Frankfurter, whose
retirement la expected soon. This
would maintain the court's relig religious
ious religious make-up, since both : are
Jewish.. ... 1
this
MfaiWuSS&Mk th.
K-Ame.ric.lu; -Citizenship in 1925,
" nB naQi Previous
ly, served time tor tarrying a con
cealed weapon.
'TUat' column of. "July 21, 1947,
was taken tor thb Justice Depart Department
ment Department by this writer to induce its.
officials to crack down on the man
who was then riding high, wide,
and handsome as king of the un underworld,
derworld, underworld, -' j
, Cosello, hen field a meeting in
Atlantic City, somewhat" similar to
um mure icceiuur lit
mat rnore recently neia in Apaia-
fr-hln i?V -t Mh cmhu ma.
ed the leaders of theT underworld
.A h .nhllW liit1 ii'nf fhtn.
ane'kl.'ii'ii.iiiJt.jii'i - : j
auu coia regaraug x,oaieuo.
After Snatnr Kfaiir lallod
1 him for contemot. the Justice De-
panmeni laueo nun iot tax- eva-
I .inn .nit l.it -month 3nAam Tl.o.
auui ui .uV JLrB)i,i, ivv WVM k su
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THE r4"AMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAILT NIWSPAPEB

-THURSDAY, MARCH llSSI

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By Siafferi

St mitt If MCmifJ If ufsphna

ATLANTIC SIDE STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE
m ANNUAL SPELLING BEE FRIDAY EVENING
. The Caribbean College Club his announced plan for it annual
seelling baa to ba hold tomorrow evening at 7 In tho Margarita gym.
The event has been arrangod by Mrs. Margaret Hardison, club

activities chairman, and members or ntr cemmmm.
School ehildrtn from grade two through six from

(U. hMli will oart clnate in the

France Fanning, Miss Ruth Hoka and Lawrence E
parent of tha school childran and all othar

, are InviftW-to attand.
Kobbf ChPl Guild
Sots iPanima Church
- Members of the Fort Kobbe
Protestant Chapel Guild sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored a tour of churches in Panama
'City 'yesterday. The event was
arranged and conducted by Mrs.
Doris Caldwell of the Kobbe Serv Service
ice Service CfubJ
The group visited the Church
Virgeft del Carmen, the Cathe Cathe-drak'the
drak'the Cathe-drak'the Church of the Golden
S and also toured the Presi Presi-dearie.
dearie. Presi-dearie. They continued to the
Fort JAmador Officers Open Mess
for lincheon.
Those attending were Mrs. Do Dolores
lores Dolores Froeschner, Mrs. Agenes
MHam, Mrs. Mildred Ingraham,
Mrs.TMary Pruitt, Mrs. Edie 0 0-leen,.
leen,. 0-leen,. Mrs. Nina Folsom, Mrs.
Libbjf Saniel, Mrs. Clara Airall
Mrs..Cecile McGoff, Mrs. Hazel
Turk Hn. Jane Schwarz Mrs.
Eva Pless, Mrs. Claudme Grady,
Mrs 'Caldwell, Mrs. Jo Ann Che Che-deitef.
deitef. Che-deitef. te".
Mr. Stjaroline Franks, Mrs.
Margaret Hancock, Mrs Estelle
Saiki. Mrs. L. Urrutia, Mrs. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Mrs." Robert Trottier Mrs
Thortas Whittle, Mrs. Alfred
Wataand Mrs. Albert England.
Th next Guild meeting will be
April 8 at the chapel annex.
Aallofdo la Infanela
Cemjnittee of IAWC
The Asilo de la Infanela com com-tnittee
tnittee com-tnittee of the Inter American
Women's Club wil hold a coffee
meeting Monday morning at 9:30
t the home of Mrs. Warner Ro Ro-;imoji(
;imoji( Ro-;imoji( 104 Heights Road, Bal
lot.
Union Church Auxiliary
Te Sponsor Barbeeu
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Balboa Union Church will spon sponsor
sor sponsor a barbecued beef dinner
Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at
the ehurch.
Miis. L. C. Hasemann, telel telel-tthonSs
tthonSs telel-tthonSs Balboa 2689, is in charge
i of reservations.
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V. ALEXANDER

Masseur

Treatments r- Elastic -Stocking Special McLevy
; Machines for Spot reducing Operator.! (or. Ladies
New Modern Office
era Ava. Next to Lux Theater
Phone 3-2217

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outr Panama 2-0740 f 2-074 f LtlimtH 8:00 J 10 tf

all Atlantic
ill ba Miss
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Adams.
intartstad parsons
Amador Officers Wives
To Tour Panama Homes
The regular monthly meeting of
the Fort Amador Officers Wives
Club will be held Wednesday.
The meeting will feature a tour
of homes both modern and histo
rically interesting in Panama Bus Buses
es Buses will leave the Amador Officers
Club promptly at 9:30.
After the tour, luncheon will
be served at the Tivoli Guest
House. Hostesses will be wives of
Military Police officers, with
Mrs. Jack M. Ernst, chairman.
Democratic Solon
Calls For Dulles
To Quit His Post
WASHINGTON, March 12 (UPI)
-Rep. John E. Moss (D-Calif.)
today called fa.' the resignation
of ailing Secretary of State John
Foster Dullts.
Moss aaid it was "a must" if
American interests are to be ful
ly protected abroad.
"Trouble spota across .the
world cry out U. us that we con con-not
not con-not afford the liaury of a part part-time
time part-time Secretary of State," he
said.
Moss said in a statement that
U.S. relations "with, far too many
nations are rapidly deteriorating
for one rea anvtherp,
"Where W:aBaWt$0j
are At atake," Mosa said, "we con con-not
not con-not afford sentimentality. Action
should be taken at once. If the
President will not take the ini initiative,
tiative, initiative, then, as a final gesture
of self abnegation and devotion
to his country, Mr. Dulles should
resign."
Chiropodist

is MARCH 17th
Greeting Girds
Gay Pipes
Shamrocks
Hats and Decorations
COME TO

July Ave. and "J" St.

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134,
anama
St. Luke's Guild
Meets Tomorrow
All women of St. Luke's Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral are reminded of the 8:30 cel
ebration of Holy Communion to
morrow morning in All touJs
Chapel. The service will be fol
lowed by the regular meeting of
the Morning Guild at about 9 a.m.
at the Bishop's House.
All women of the parish are in invited
vited invited to attend the service and
meeting.
American Legion Pest
Celebrates Anniversary
The fortieth anniversary of the
American Legion will be celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated by Post One, Fort Amador
Sunday.
All Legion members and adult
members of their -families are in invited
vited invited for' free snacks and cock cocktails.
tails. cocktails. (Continued on Pace
Elaine Vunderlich
Vjll Be Soloist
Vilh RP Symphony
Violinist Mrs. Elaine C. Wun Wun-derlich
derlich Wun-derlich will be a featured soloist
with the Panama Symphony or orchestra
chestra orchestra tomorrow in the last con concert
cert concert of the present season at the
Olympic Stadium.
- Mrs. Wunderlich has selected
the difficult Mendelssohn Concer
to for piano and orchestra. She
is a member of the Panama Sym
phony and has given many reci
tals in Panama ana canal .one.
For the benefit of Canal Zone
residtnts willing to attend, re reserved
served reserved seats are available at 50
cents, at the Department of Fine
Arts, telephone 2-0258.
A
men can
enu
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
"Everybody loves, jhrimp. So use
them often durint? Lent for wel-
Shrimp Louis J ia a nutrition nutrition-rich
rich nutrition-rich luncheon salad, a meal in
itself. It could be served as a
main supper dish, too.
Shrimp Louis
(Makes 4-4 salads)
I jiXwo pounds shrimp, large head
of ietHwe, 4 to 6 eggs, hard-cooked
and quartered; 4 tomatoes,
cut in' wedges; parsley, Louis
dressing.
Clean and cook shrimp by boil boiling
ing boiling 3 minutes in quarts of
water to which 2 teaspoons pick pickling
ling pickling spices have been added.
Drain and chill shrimp. Shred
half of lettuce. Arrange remain remaining
ing remaining leaves on 4 to 6 plates. Top
with shredded lettuce. Arrange
remaining leaves on 4 to 6 plates.
Top with shredded lettuce. Ar Arrange
range Arrange shrimp, egg and tomato
wedges on said. Garnish with
parsley. Serve with Louis dress dressing.
ing. dressing. Louis Dressing
(Makes 1 2-3 cups,
enough for 4 t I sa'ds)
One cup mayonnaise. 1-3 cud
chili sauce. 1 small onion, grat
ed; 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped;
dash cayenne pepper, 1 t-a b 1 e e-spoon
spoon e-spoon tarragon vinegar, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons chopped stuffed ovlies, Vt
teaspoon Worcestershire sauce,
teaspoon grated horseradish.
Combine all ingredients. Chill.
for shrimp cocktail, heres an
exceuent sauce, uooa lor all sea
food.
CocktaH Sauce for
Sea Feed (4 servings)
Three quarters cup catsup, V
cup minced celery. 1 teaspoon
sugar, 2 teaspoons custard seed
or prepared mustard, 1 teaspoon
aromatic DUiers.
Blend ingredients thoroughly and
chill. Uae sauce on shrimp, crab-
meat, or looser, canned or fresh.
TRIPLET BIRTHS RISE
. NEW YORK tUPI) The city
Health Department has announc announced
ed announced the birth of triplets during the
first two months of 1959 was tri triple
ple triple the expected rate. Ten sets
were born In January and Febru February,
ary, February, the department said, while
past records indicated only three
would come into the world.

Water Travel

. ACROSS
1 Water vessel
used by
, Indians
8 boat
11 Embellishes
lSExpunfer
14 Occupant
15 Church- -festival
18 Individual
17 Russian
mountains
19 Art (Latin)
5 Tedium
6 Edible marine
fish
7 Possesses
8 "Thin man's"
dog
S Look askance
10 Makes
mistakes
12 Sharpen, as a
razor
13 Lamprey
fisherman
' 18 Collection of
sayings
20 Ocean
21 Noisy breather
in sleep
22 Fish sauce
23 Fiddling
Roman
20 Female beast
22 Against
25 Pertaining to
parents
29 Lank
30 French river
31 Great Lake
32 Scottish
sheepfolds
33 Amends
emperor
38 Ages
39 Ocean vessel
41 Biblical
prophet
44 Protective
covering
45 Dance step
48 Mexican
blanket
50 Special
aptitude
52 Looks
fixedly
53 Everlasting
(poet.)
54 Domestic
slaves
55 Hunter' slain
by Artemis
DOWN
1 Roman, patriot
2 Arabian gulf
3 Not any
4 British money
of account
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
Your Evening BiMe Reading:
Philippians: 4:1-3
WHEN SAINTS CAN'T GET
ALONG
"I beseech Euodias, and be beseech
seech beseech Syntyche, that they ba of,
the same mind in the Lord."
The Christian community at
Philippi was a fine congregation,
and evidently the above-named
ladle's were earnest and, fruitful
workers in the Church. But they
weren t getting along very well
together. Some people just rub
you the wrong way, and coopera cooperation
tion cooperation is difficult when two persoal-
ities are mutually irritating.
St. Paul offers a prescription
which whether followed, is pro profoundly
foundly profoundly effective: "Be of the same
mind in the Lord. Not. "KeeD out
of another's way": certainly not
"Quit being childish grow up!";
nor, Be of the same taste or opin
ion" but "Be of the same mind
in the Lord." They are both work working
ing working for the Lord whom thev love.
He is the great peacemaker not
only between God an man but be between
tween between saints who can't cet alone
with one another.
51-Yr.-Old Woman
Bears Quadruplets
In Capetown, S. A.
CAPETOWN. South Africa
(UPI) Quadruplets borne bv a
51-year-old South African woman
here all were doing well yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Prof. James Louw of the
University of Captetown reportod.
lhe infants, three boys and a
girl, ranged in weight from three
pounds, twelve ounces to four
pounds, two ounces.
Prof. Louw said that to his
knowledge this was the first time
a woman in her 50s had borne
quadruplets.
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Now, if this is true between peo
ple who are spiritually aware of
the dangers, of contlict oetween
personalities, how much more
true is it between those who arc
not spiritually developed? The
simple answer is not ihat we ali
must agree on individual things,
but that we must agree on fun
damentali principles, f we conti
nue to love and pray fqr a person,
we are bound to erase a great deal
of tension tha. is, caused by our
differences. Thiss a good bit of
advice mat we all can follow daily.
Motel Owner Held
For Seking Death
01 Crippled Wife
LOS. ANGELES (UPI) A
wealthy, motel owner was arrest arrested'
ed' arrested' early today ort a charge that
he" offered1 $&00S to have his bed
ridden estranged wife killed.
Kris Albert, 46, of Beverly Hils
said by police to be "worth sever
al hundred thousand dollars," was
booked at county jail on susoicion
of soliciting to commit murder, a
felony. He denied the charge.
Police and sheriff's deputies
working together said Albert of offered
fered offered the money to a friend, Mich
ael Angulo of Agoura, Calif., about
50 miles from here, to kill Mrs.
Pearl' Albert, 46, of Los Angeles.
Mrs. Albert, an invalid sufer sufer-ing
ing sufer-ing from multiple sclerosis, has a
divorce action pending his month
against Albert and could possibly
receive a sizable share of her
husband's fortune, police said.
She lives alone with a house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper since the 1953 separation
from her. husband, who pays her
$450 monthly.
U.S. DEPENDENTS ARRIVE
TAIPEI (LPI)-Amerlcan mil military
itary military dependents, arrived in For Formosa
mosa Formosa yesterday 'aboard a naval
transport for the first time in
many months. v The dependents.
120 wives and children, landed at
Keelung, Formosa's northern port.
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chances are that the bidding
would have gone; pass-pass-pass
and North, would have opened, a
heart, whereupon West would
make several, no-trump and win
the rubber.
Instead, West chose to open
one club and this let, North mto
the bidding at the, one level.
There was nothing very sound
about the one-heart 'evercali out
North's opponents did have a
60-part score. -Similarly .South
stuck, his neck out the proverbial
mile when he did two diamonds
but he also knew about that
rubber bonus.
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monds diamonds was -ill advised. True
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m oraer to give his opponents a
chance to hang themselves and
true enough he knew that both
North and South were gallant
defenders, but West Ishould also
have realized that his opponents
had found a diamond fit and' just
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kings in back of West and wUh
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Princess Meg
Out, For Dancing
With Cay Partner
LONDON (UPI) Princess Mar-
garet and Robin Douglas Home,
urhnca Krnlron KAm n-nnna nttiA
made headlines, danced gaily to-
gether to bouncy tunes until 2
a.m. yesterday at a Pall Mall
Club.
The only torches visible were
four huge -ones flickering at the
doorway to the Travellers' Club -to
greet the prncess and members.
of the royal party on their ar-
rival.
It was the first time that the
princess and the mano playing
neDhew of the Earl of Home were
out together publicly.
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Friends are trying to get Frank
Sinatra to reconcile with his one onetime
time onetime great pal, Sammy Davis Jr..
who was given the "k ss of death'
by Frankie fo: a casual remark
made on a Chicago.; disc jockey
show Sinatra chose to regard the
comment as treasonable, and the
strong boys who have vested inter interests'
ests' interests' ul sight clubs and night club
singers may' show ; their displea displeasure
sure displeasure over the incident by expel expelling
ling expelling the deejay from, their cabaret
...Marlon Brando has been dating
an old flame, Rita Moreno, and
the bis news is that he seems
more excited about the; current
chapter than she does..
Those close to jazz fmpressarlo
Morris Levy, whose brother wa
murdered in the istill-myster ous
Birdland fight, are predicting that
Morris will unload some of .the
companies that made him head of
Broadway's most .colorful, -music
empire, embrac ng everything
from recording firms to cafes ...
Jack Haley saved a .breathless let letter
ter letter Portland Hoffa (the former
Mrs.-Fred Allen) wrote him on the
occasion of her first blind date
with Joe Rines. Now that Portland
and Joe are Mr. and Mrs. Jack's
going to share his correspondence
with -h's West Coa,st TV audience;
he'll read the delightful epistle on
an interview show. v
Paulette Goddard is negotiating
to produce Irwin' Shaw's novel
"Lucy Crown", as a Broadway play
and star in it, too. The story as
adapted for the stage by Jean
Pierre Aumont has been a great
success in Paris.;.It's" probably the
natural consequence ol her .tre .tremendous
mendous .tremendous hit in "Redhead": Owen
Verdon is being 'talked of for tht
leading role in the film, biography
of Gertrude Lawrence...' Joan Ro
mano, the $5d,0(f0-a year model
who made headlines when she
tried to win back' the child she'd
g'ven in adoption, is expecting an another
other another baby. Her husband' is Bob
Tatf, owner of the agency for
which she works.
George Balanchin,e, in Paris to
stage his "Goanod Symphony" for
the Paris Opera Ballet, is waging
a running battle with-the directors
of the onera because they cancel
rehearsals on whim and ignore
schedules completely; George has
reached the point where he's rea ready
dy ready to go sightseeing and let them
look for him when they're ready
CHUCKLE HEAD
CHICKEN REPLACES CABBAGE
, -CHICAGO (UPI) Old St.
Patrick's Church will serve fried
chicken instead of corn beef and
cabbage at its annual St. Patrick
Day dinner Sunday. A church
spokesman said some parishioners
don't like cabbage.
REVOKE SLEDDING LAW
ST. HELIER, Jersey (UPI)
The island of Jersey in the Eng English
lish English Channel has revoked a law
there are three inches of snow on
the ground.
'Average yearly snowfall on lhe
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MONKEYS MAYBE
usntkal, ArK. (UFi) Kev-
enue agents found a still and 29
gallons of moonshine whiskey in
a treetop Tuesday near this south-
west Arkansas town.
Agent Frank Bass said he was
anxious io see wnai tne ioiks wno
operated it look like.
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Sneaker James Lantz b r o u e h t
'sdown his gavel hard yesterday to
close on debate on a bill to al
low shooting of cardinals, the' of
ficial state bird, "as "greedy and"
noisy."
One lawmaker was trying to
amend the bill to make it read
'St. Louis Cardinals."
COUNTERFEIT POUND NOTE'4
LONDON (UPI) Detectives
from Scotland Yard investigated
today the passing of a bill over
a House of Commons Bar.
It was a counterfeit one pound
note.
ASKS HUSBAND'S AID
COLUMBUS. Miss. (UPIV-Mri.
Robert Jernigan is after her hus husband
band husband to do .sombins about her
stolen jewelry. Jernigah- is the
county sheriff. :
there are three inches of snow on
the ground. '
Average yearly snowfall on the
island is 2.81 inches.

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Dorothy Killgallen
'.for tome choreogriphy..TJw 06.
rothy Shay-Dick Looman marriage
now is officially listed as a ca-'5
suay.iammy: unpesr known to'
the supper dub circuit as a sin-
gerr emerge as a marvelously!
sure and engaging actress' in Noel
Coward's giddy French f r c 1
''Look After Lulu.f v f
. Tourists returning from our 49ti -State
are amazed and somewhat
chagBined over the prce of 1 and
in aeveiopea areas, instead of the
bargain rates they expected, thev'
encountered prices in. line with1
somethingl desiiable in? P a m u
Beach Greenwich Village may,'v
hope to- .'ew- a minor version of I
the NewvOrleanSvMardi Grat at
the-Spring Parade on; March 2L14
Among the goodies promised; at

tasmon" float ornamented bf
chaps wearing the very- latest Ul
ibikinisVtL-- ,r- f t&Jt'Jit-.&teA. i'vr&'

Thafs whale er e; Jaii-avf' Rill i
Haley and ? h.'a agent havr going 3
over f eeord royalties ttm those' i
rock 'n' roll successes-California
seems to be far ahead of thu Et :
Coast iaNthe field of outspoken
not to say- insultmtf television :
personalities. Zsa Zsa Gabor prov provided
ided provided a few ( gainst then daean'

Levant flailed many ; a vlsja-vis,
but the winner and new champion
is indisputably Pamela Mason
Whe Juhette. Greco feat going to S
plush parties withJDarryl tnuckif
she digs offbeat boites like tho

urapevine on 2nd, Ave., which
havea good deal in, common with 3
her jaunts, on the Left Bank off
Pans... When Fidel Castro isn't
engaged in giving but interview ;'
for television variety shows in tho
U.Slie's busy restraining hot.
headed brother Raul from staging V

uiaos cxecuuona ra me cubaa
provlnoes. Fidel Is a' throuah-co.

ing conservative compared witk
Raul,

Comeback not! Th inj..,.,.

'Slsteca.aro.'oaek in business agaia

7 ,x fetorQ vo Got aa
Invitation to a Dance," which is
making quite a lot oLaoise.J A
new photo flash bulb; about tho
size of a jelly bean,v is due on tho
market this year ; .Leueen Mc
Grath has rented a floor in Elaine
Lorillard's S3rd St. home, and
that s -where genius Charles Ad Ad-dams
dams Ad-dams of the spooky c a f 1 0 0 n s
COUrtS her l. Mrfann

favorite suitof is Harold tlmhtm.
man.. .Rita Havworth mnt
much of a secret abbut her lack
of admiration, for TaVHuhter dur.
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Tab was the Urget:'--"-'
SnceJmJr? Pf" duties has
obUged Bishop Sheen to turn down
a film offer. Producer of "Say
One for MT invited Hil Excellen.
cy to go to the Coast and portray
himself in th niitur hut i. J
jcei explained the trip was out of
wo question. An alternative sug suggestion
gestion suggestion was made, they were
willing sftoot Ms 'lwrtion'of the
story in New York-but latest word
is that even with the location
change, he'll be unable to say yes.
Panama Engineer
To Study

UJ Airport Work
Jose A. Holguin Ferrer, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, engineer, recenJy pro promoted
moted promoted to the post of deputy di director
rector director for CAM (Department of ;
Roads, Airports and DocW-Mi-nistry-
of Public Work), left re recently
cently recently for the United States
where he will have the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to study the latest methods
and techniques of airport design,
construction and maintenance,
This is as the result of a train training
ing training program prepared and spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the International Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration, better
known as Point Four.
The training he will receive
during the next six months in includes
cludes includes study and abservation of
airport design, construction,
lighting, drainage and mainte maintenance;
nance; maintenance; field and laboratory tech techniques
niques techniques of soil and aggregate -,
testing; functional aspects of se-
condary terminal buildings; earth
moving, stabilization and paving
equipment, and inspection and
supervision techniques.
The Ministrj of Public Works
has recently increased its inta
rest in and responsibility 1 for.
airport construction, -v . ;
The training given . Holguin ?
is expected to result in his becom- ,s
ing responsible for this phase of
the overall program on his return
to Panama. : .
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EXPLORERS PARK iheir; Volkswagens ill the vil lage street at ElLlano beyond Chepo. They entered
the tows after a tortuous-passage over meadows and through small streams. Those making the trip
""believe this was the furthest penetration ever made by a stock passenger car from Panama City
through the rough country toward-the border with Colombia.
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Then Penetrate Bush Beyond Chepo

Since it was founded last Octo October,'
ber,' October,' the; Panama; CA VW "Club
of Diablo Heights has arranged
several successful activities. Two
were' trips to the hineflaind.
Last month, eight Volkswagens
carrying 26 men, women and chil children
dren children left for a tour to the Interior
of Panama.-They were adequate adequately
ly adequately housed in Pension' Virginia in
Boquefe;r 0 ;
In1, the Volcan ttmy received a
cordial welcome from the Lewis's
in Cerro PUnta, then spent an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable and' cool evening at Casa
Chipre
Next day they returned from
Cerro Punta to Concepcion and
drove the Inter 'American Highway :
to the Chirigui.yiejoV'river which
is neatvffee tfiyidiivg line of the Pa-nama-CstaUftican-border,
-n't
Having gained, experience in
fording eigljt rivers, some of them
were determined to iord the last
rivers However, seeing the diffi

Rare Surgery Ser Tomorrow
To Afencf Little Boys Heart

CHICAGO XUPJ )-Littli? P?vid
Stewart kept "patting, his head and
waving goodbye .to everyone when
his father carried him on a tour
of Children's Memorial Hospital
last night.
"That, meant he wanted his hat
to go out," said the boy's father,
Thomas. frankly, believe he s
going to come out of the hospital
alive
Stewart, 25," and his wife, Jo
Ann, 21, brought 2M!.year-6ia Da;
vid here Sunday for what they and
thousands of well-wishers across
the nation hope will be a success successful
ful successful operation for a rare heart
ailment.
If it isn't, David may return
with his parents to Sharp Park,
Calif. About 15 miles north of
San; Franciscc--with only a few
years to live.
The operation is scheduled for
tomorrow., Until then, the Stewarts
can only wait and pray and think
about all the "little people" whose
generosity may save Davids life.
The young couple was in good
Into gives, while her husband
spirits last night, talking qui quietly
etly quietly 'in the' Hotel Sherman coffee
shop. Mrs. Stewart kept breaking
was friendly but solemn.
"My .confidence is- very high
he saicr,-"but I don't want it to
reflect badly on th doctor if it
doesn't work 'out all right."
When ;David was six months old
the Stewarts discovered he wasn't
hvpathinc: well. Doctors said he
needed surgery, but Stewart was
just getting started as ar salesman
and -couldn't get a loan.
They didn't know how to raise
enough money to save the boy's
life until an insurance salesman;
Jack Larkin, alsc of Sharp Park,
tried to sell them v medical cover coverage
age coverage for David. i-y
When: Larkin found that the
boy's heart condition made him
ineligible,, the salesman told a
group of friends who started a
local fund drive which mush mushroomed
roomed mushroomed into a national "Dollars
For David' campaign....
"Last Saturday I signed three
checkB'whicn brought the fund to
$10,000," Mrs. Stewart said.
"But if everything goes right.
It won't take more than $4,000,,"
her, husband said. "The money
leftover definitely will be placed
with (another child in the same
situation. We -don't want that
money for ourselves.'
Dr.? Thomas G. Baffes of Chil Children'
dren' Children' Memorial Hospital is to
perform the operation. The sur
gery requires a compete transpo transposition
sition transposition of blood 'vessels leading to
the heart, -t
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culty a ouple!irf horses had step stepping
ping stepping bVer the Small boulders they
decided their "poof little cars"
didn't have a ichance. They ac accepted
cepted accepted the cayuco ride offered by
the Guardia Nacional and hiked
to the border where they snapped
a few pictures.
Returning to Davidy they headed
for; much iiieeded hot showers in
Hotel iNaci'onal and Hotel David.
After removal of numerous layers
of dust they had a late steak-dinner
at Rancho El Joron and then
a much needed rest for an unev uneventful
entful uneventful and enjoyable trip back to
the capital city.
In early March, as a step in
their plansr to. 'travel the Inter-American.
Highway in -jts entirity,
the club.; left the Diablo Clubhouse
at 8:30 a.nvfor El' Llano, 18 miles,
beyond. Chepo There were 18 cars
and 61 passengers making this the
largest convoy of the club's short
career. --
"Even if the operation doesn't
work," : Mrs. Stewart 'said, ."we'll
go away feeling "that what was
done was done by a good man.
'What really touches you," she
said, "is the thought of all those
little kids breaking open their
piggy banks and giving up their
savings for little David."
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NICOSIA, Cyprus Col. George
Grivas, leader of the Greek under underground
ground underground on, Cyprus, reporting he
would leave the island now that
an. agreement for an independent
Cyprus had been reached:
"I have done my. duty."
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy Commissioner Willard F.
Libby telling of the dangers of
radioactive fallout over thousands
of square miles .following a nu nuclear
clear nuclear attack; -, IV
"It wouldbe hazardous to life
to stay out in the open for more
than an hour."
WASHINGTON-AFL-CIO Pres President
ident President George Meany calling on
Congress to vote a bold new con construction
struction construction program for homes,
scnoois, roads, airports and hos hospitals
pitals hospitals despite claims such a pro
gram would be inflationary:
"The real, danger of inflation
would come if we continue to
neglect the nation's housing needs
and permit present shortages to
become aggravated."
NEW YORK Sen, John L. Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan (D-Ark.), charging that the
instability of the U.S. Supreme
Court threatens our republic:
"More than a dozen decisions
warrant severest criticism."
NEW YORK Capt. Andrew
Macfl.euar, sKipper oi tne liner
Queen Jtajx teJUng of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic storm which delayed his ship
It hours rtmd-did minor damage
to some of the superstrcture:
'We got off very, light. No
crockrywafSjbroJcent'
SOUTHAMPTON, England
Lad Nofii 'Docket Commenting
on the thelfiM $28d,000 in jewelry
from a case hidden underneath
the rug of their Rolls-Royce for
safekeeping .while she dined with
Sir Bernard, ,
'We took the jewelry with us
because w ttwmgftt It would be
safer than leaving it home."
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After numerous stops for taking
pictures, they arrived at Chepo at
10:45 a.m. and were joined by en engineer
gineer engineer Tomas Guardia from the
Darien Sub-Comimittee. He was
actually responsible for the suc success
cess success of this trip. His reception com
mittee included the Alcalde, Chief
of Police and a Catholic priest
from Chepo.
After a short discussion of the
route ahead the group proceeded
across rivers and over jungle
paths that had been cleared by
bulldozers. Guardia had explained
that several crews are working
between Chepo-and Qol o.m b t a
wnai, it, u uupeu, wui ite uie i
ter-Americao Highway
Arriving at the Bayo's ranch
where lunch had been prepared,
part of the group went into the
pasture to watch cowboys orand
cattle. Guardia checked with the
guide on thu disiteace i from the
raitch to El Aiano saying that it
was only a 20 minute ride,- Four
cars with a, jeep in the lead decid decided
ed decided to make the trip before lunch.
Using the cow paths as a guide
they went upland down hills, a a-cross
cross a-cross rivers, up and .down river
beds. About an hour and a half
later they arrived in. the village of
El Llano.
Other than trucks and jeeps, no
other passenger cars have been
known to, travel to the village, boy
now the group was experienced in
the art of mountain climbing and
fording rivers so its return trip to
the ranch was uneventful. A hot
lunch of "sancocho" with plantain,
yuca and chicharron was waiting.
The trip to the Costa Rican
frontier and that to El Llano cov covered
ered covered nearly 8000 vehicle-miles with
only two flat tires, no accidents,
no ill effects from eating food or
drinking water.
At all times the group received
cordial welcomes for the people,
and a helping hand from the
Guardia Nacional.
The Club's activities 1 chairman
has delegated the workings of the
next event to two of the women
members. So far the details are
secret, but the event will be a
scavenger hunt.

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' VENTURA,- Calif. (UPI) -Defense
attorney S. 7 Ward Sullivan
said today that under the present
circumstances he didn't think
Elizabeth Duncan could receive a
"fair" trial in th "f or hire" mur murder,
der, murder, of her daughter-in-law.
The attorney, who lost a motion
for a mistrial, Monday, said:
"I don't see how a person, no
matter how fair-minded, could
reach a just Verdict under the
present circumstances."
.He indicated the defense would
rest its case today.
Sullivan argueu that Dist. Atty.
Roy Gustafson had been guilty of
"misconduct" by introduction of
testimony about the 54-year-old
defendant's 10 to 16 previous mar marriages.
riages. marriages. He also said Judge Charles F.
Blackstock, 83, erred when he per permitted
mitted permitted testimony about a fraud fraudulent
ulent fraudulent annulment of the marriage
of her 30-year-old son, Frank, ob obtained
tained obtained by Mn. tuncan last Aug.
7.
Mrs. Duncan is charged with
hiring Luis Moya, 22, and Augus Augustine
tine Augustine Baldonado, 25, to kill her
son's expectant wife, pretty, 30-year-old
Olga Duncan.
"I submit the evidence was not
introduced in good faith," he told
the judge. "It was introduced to
create in the minds of the jurors
that Elizabeth Duncan went from
one bigamous arriage to n n-other."
other." n-other." Sullivan said that three of the

jurors already felt when they
were seated that Mrs. uuncan was
guilty of hiring Olga's death.
When Blackstock rejected Sulli Sullivan's
van's Sullivan's motion, tin audience .broke
into applause.
Sullivan's mistrial move came
after the defendant's son had
spent a day on the stand defend defending
ing defending his mother against charges
that she iretl jeaiaonaao ana
Moya to murder his wife.
Duncan said his mother disliked
Olga but had never threatened to
harm the attractive nurs.
Lady Nora Docker
Loses
In Gems To Thieves
LONDON (UPI)"- Lady Norah
(Docker checked up on her losses
today and aiscoverea mi
v,ort t.n en S4ZU.UUU worm J
elry Monday night from her Rolls Rolls-Royce,
Royce, Rolls-Royce, where she had hidden
them under a carpet.
At first she reported fte loss of
only $280,000 in jewels but in an
interview with police which ended
at 4 a.m. she remembered enough
other gems In her attache jase
to boost the ralue another hun hundred
dred hundred thousand or so.
The jewel robbery, second ma major
jor major loss for the flamboyant wife
of industrialist Sir Bernard Dock Docker,
er, Docker, brought black headlines in the
London newspapers that almost
pushed news of the Iraqi revolt
off the front page. She Is the fa favorite
vorite favorite society figure of London
newspapers,
Thieves broke into her blue-gray
Rolls-Royce while she was attend attending
ing attending a party for a hairdresser
friend. She explained she had left
the jewels in the limousine be because
cause because she thought they would be
safer there than at home.
Lady Norah. whose husband
made millions in the car industry,
blamed the theft on her Rolls Rolls-Royce
Royce Rolls-Royce construction.
Spouted the ebullient Lady
Norah who began life as a bar barmaid,
maid, barmaid, "It is a pity that our Rolls
does not have a boot (trunk) in
which we could have locked the
jewels."
Fingering a double strand of
pearls around her neck, she said
almost in tears, "I have only the
jewels I have on.'"
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EDNA HOWERTH
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Senate Rackets, Committee yes yesterday
terday yesterday ordered all its staff mem
bers to report immediately any
"untoward advances rrom man management
agement management or labor seeking to soft soft-pedal
pedal soft-pedal investigations.
The move was interpreted in
some Quarters at a "reprimand"
to chief counsel Robert F. Ken
nedy. But some committee mem
bers insisted it wai not meant as
such.
The action was announced after
a three-hour secret meeting de
manded by Republican members.
They were irked by Kennedy's
statement in Milwaukee st Fri Friday
day Friday that labor and management
people approached him with of offers
fers offers of political support for his
brother, Sen. John r Kennedy
(D-Mass.), in exchange for kid-
glove treatment by the commit
tee.
The committee listened to a re
cording of the Milwaukee news
conference yesterday and decided
the approaches made to the 33-
year old chief counsel didn t
measure up to the serious con
niving indicated by some news
reports.
Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.)
who earlier demanded that Ken
nedy disclose the names of those
who approached him, told news
men he agreed the matter should
be dropped after listening to the
recording yesterday.
He said the offers to Kennedy
were in the nature of "feelers"
and that the latest occurred six
or eight months ago.
But Mundt said that even
though news accounts of the of
fers were exaggerated, Kennedy
should have" .reported them. He
said he proposed the new rule to
make sure any sueh approaches
would be reported to the commit
tee in the future.
Mundt said that while the com committee
mittee committee did not refer to its action
as a reprimand to Kennedy "it

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Kennedy matter had been exag exaggerated.
gerated. exaggerated. He said two of the oi oi-fers
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agement management and two from labor offi officials.
cials. officials. All, he said, Involved past
hearings and failed to alter the
pattern of thorough questioning of
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The committee statement said
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decided that henceforth all mem members
bers members of the staff, .should immedi immediately
ately immediately report to the, chairman of
the committee any untoward ad advance
vance advance or offers made by repre representatives
sentatives representatives of either unions or
management."
The committee also decided
against making public the names
of the four persons who ap approached
proached approached Kennedy.
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Sets SlicU, Movitt
Guest speakers at the evening
meeting of the Balboa Woman's
Club Wednesday at the Balboa
JUSO-JWB were Dorothy Melen Melen-)dez,
)dez, Melen-)dez, who has long been associat associated
ed associated with Panama and Canal Zone
fommunity affairs, and William
Kosan, authorities on Fort San
Lorenzo.
Mrs. Melendez, in a brief talk,
(expressed the need for friendship
land understanding between Pana Panama
ma Panama and the United States.
I Mr. Kosan, assisted by his wife
and daughter, presented an in in-jformative
jformative in-jformative movie and slides titled
r'Recent Discoveries at Fort San
Lorenzo." He explained the histo history
ry history of the fort and covered many
if acts not commonly known. A
iquestion and answer period fol followed
lowed followed the movie.
' Preceding the program was a
business meeting at which Mrs.
Agnes Hearon presided. The slate
of officers for the new club year
was presented by Mrs. Helen Ad Ad-3er.
3er. Ad-3er. nominator.
1 Plans were announced for the
annual displsv of work accom accomplished
plished accomplished by the club's Arts and
'Craitf Group. Th disDlay. to be
;held ADril 9 at the USO-JWB, is
.a highlight of the club year.
Other plans discussed included
;the club's annual charity card
iparty. Proceeds will be used for
"charities sponsored by the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club. The event will be held

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Mess. Tickets are available from
all club members.
Door prizes at the card party
will be crafted articles made by
"i embers of the Arts and Crafts
Group.
Club members were' reminded
of a tour to Barro Colorado Is Island
land Island this Saturday. Further in information
formation information may be obtained from
Mrs. Sara Rowley Balboa 3674.
Two new club members who
were introduced are Mrs. Rosalie
A. Demers Mid Mrs. Dorothy Mc Mccarty.
carty. Mccarty. Hostesses for the social hour
which followed, the program were
Mrs. Jeanette McKibbon, Mrs.
Emily Rowe. Mrs: Elsie Garcia,
Mrs. Doris Young and Mrs. Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Olsen. Mrs. Garcia and
Mrs. Rowe presided at the re refreshment
freshment refreshment table, which was ap appropriately
propriately appropriately decorated in the St.
Patrick's Day theme.
Chinese Women's League
To Mtet Tomorrow
The regular social gathering
for March of the Chinese Wom Women's
en's Women's League in Panama will be
held at the residence of Mrs. Em Emma
ma Emma T.nUa Te- tomorrow at 5
p.m. Members are urged to be
present promptly for an impor important
tant important business discussion. Refresh Refreshment
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NEW YORI (UPI) If it'll
save money in the grocery divi division,
sion, division, most of us are all for it.
That is why in recent months
I find myseL frantically savins
coupons, addu-g this habit to ola ola-er
er ola-er ones of pasting trading stamps
in little books or finishing lueh
lines as "1 like Mrs. Gulek'l
bean soup because."
It turns out that I'm Just one
of the millions of women who to today
day today at a record rate are saving
coupons like crazy from aoap,
cereal, coffee, frozen food end
other grocery products. Those lit little
tle little slips of paper announcing
"five cents off on next purchase"
add up to a billion dollar busi business.
ness. business. Coupon-lng has reached the
stage that ..ov we shoppers can
buy an entire magazine of noth nothing
ing nothing but coup, ns to return to the
manufacturer for cash.
"Some 10 billion coupons worth
1 billion dollars are offered annu annually
ally annually as extra food and grocery
money," said Paul S. Willis, pres president
ident president of the Grocery Manufactur Manufactur-rers
rers Manufactur-rers of Amerca. "Their use is
steadily increasing; they are very
popular."
Add this ci.sh-ln value to the
worth of merchandise given
through trading stamps and other
premium methods and we con consumers
sumers consumers are receiving 3.4 billion
dollars a yea" in "extras" at our
markets, retailer say.
The Premium Advertising Assn.
of America estimated the total
wholesale value of premiums
other than coupon "cash" at 2.4
billion dollars a year. This latter
figure includes trading stamps,
box-top offers, the in-p a c k a g e
products ranging from dishes to
toys, and awards in contests to
complete a limerick or finish a
line such as "I like so-and-so de detergent
tergent detergent because."
Both trading stamps and cou coupons
pons coupons are old in the merchandising
world. Most sources credit a soap
manufacturer with starting cou
nnns in 1853.
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Stamps Gimmicks

Milwaukee offered trading stamps
in ISM, and .tamps as we know
them today at food markets, gas gasoline
oline gasoline stations, drug and other
stores, were mtroaucea in jlsvo Dy
Sparry and Hutchinson.
A spokesman for S and H said
the trading siamp "boom" began
in the 1940 s when food stores be began
gan began offering them. The firm now
estimates that 35 million families
save theirs and-or their competi competitors'
tors' competitors' stamps.
The retail value oi merchandise
exchanged runs between 450 and
300 million dollars a year. And
premiums range from blankets to
hoi-hama eouioment to baseball
bata. Some ttamj. firms offer the
ater tickets and trips.
Rut trad ii.urrei reDort a "lev
elling off" in the stamp business
to the extent that tne increase
in 1958 over 1957 was less than
in previous years.
Tn hnnit the coilDon business.
and also ease the book-keeping
headaches of mercnants, me A.a A.a-hi.
hi. A.a-hi. Printing c.n it out with "Cou
pon Magazine." which costs the
shopper 20 cent:, duc inciuaes
In coupons redeemable in cash.
the circula
tion of the first editibn was two
million copies to stores alone tnt;
itUntl. rmtt Itn second edition.
M 11 evnecteri to reach
three million in the East and an
other two million on the Pacific
Coast. M
AH the homemaker needs do Is
riin the rnuoons. save parts of
packages or wrappers as pre! pre!-scribed
scribed pre!-scribed in each, mall to a cen central
tral central point, an- get a check back.
Ana, buy tne proaucis oi com sc.
WINNII ON RIVIIM
NICE, France (UPI)-Slr Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill, appearing in good
health and spirt's, arrived here
with his wife Friday for a two two-week
week two-week vacation on tne Riviera, j
There has been no comment
from Churchill on the conviction
of his actress daughter, Sarah, in
a Liverpool court Thursday for
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ALBANY, N.Y.,March ia-UPI)
Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller's po political
litical political fortunes rose today with
he passage oi his two billion dol dollar
lar dollar budget In the State Legisla Legislature.
ture. Legislature. v
The Rockefeller balanced budg budget,
et, budget, including 234 million dol dollars
lars dollars in new taxes, was pushed
through the State Assembly last
niotit Kv vntA t9 70 7fl turn

more than the required" 76
votes needed for passage. It had
passed the Senate earlier.
Supporters of the Governor
said his victory over rebels in his
own Republican party in the first
major political battle of his term
had strengthened his chances for
the 1960 GOP presidential no nomination.
mination. nomination. The budget bill puts New York Yorkers
ers Yorkers on a pay-as-you-go income
tax program to start April 1. In Income
come Income taxes for 1958 were can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. Under the Governor's pro program
gram program taxes were increased on
motor fuel, cigarets and estates.
Rockefeller had taken a per personal
sonal personal "soft sell" aproach to re rebellious
bellious rebellious Republicans who for a
time threatened to scuttle his
budget bills in the Gop-control-led
Legislature.
The multi-millionaire grand grandson
son grandson of the founder of the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company defeated Ave Ave-rell
rell Ave-rell Harriman in the face of a
nationwide Democratic landslide
last November.
He is considered one of the main
contenders for the Republican
nomination for President even
though he has avoided making
himself a candidate, and his suc success
cess success in the New York governor governorship
ship governorship is expected to weigh heavi heavily
ly heavily in party circles.
COLUMBIS, S. C. (UPI)-South
Carolina Gov. Ernest F. Holl Holl-tngs,
tngs, Holl-tngs, a hon smoker, announced
the birth of a son yesterday out
forgot to buy cigars.
A box of stogies was supplied
by Saul Lavisky, United Press
International photographer, so the
photographic corps could get pic pictures
tures pictures of Holling. doing the tradi traditional
tional traditional honors.

Annual Christian Science
Lecture Tuesday At Balboa

An annual leeture sponsored
by the Christian Science church churches
es churches of the Canal Zone will be
given next Tuesday evening at
Balboa Theater and Thursday
evening in Cristobal .Masonic
Temple. w
The lecturer,; Florence' Mid-:
daugh of Los Angeles, has com completed
pleted completed a nation-wide lecture tour
in the United States and, pre
sently is lecturing in those areas
in this part of the world where
there are Christian science
churches and societies.
Miss Middaugh was a musician
prior to taking up the public
practice of Christian Science. She
is a native of Colorado and has
devoted her full time to Christian
Science activities for a number
of years, and nov is a member of
board of lectureship".
The subject of her Balboa lec lecture
ture lecture sponsored by the Ancon
Church, will be "Christian Sci-
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RP Elk! Readying
For Picnic Sunday
At Nolan's Place
Pacific side Elks Lodges were
making last minute preparations
for their annual field day and
picnic which will be held Sunday
at Nolan's Place in Chilibre.
Games and dancing to the mu music
sic music of Jabao Jarvis and Sonora Sonora-mica
mica Sonora-mica orchestra will be the main
features of the day,, with admis admission
sion admission prices set at 75 cents for
adults and 40 cents for children.
Buses will leave from the Le Legislative
gislative Legislative Palace Sunday morning,
starting at 7:30 a.m.
ence: The Science of the Teach Teachings
ings Teachings of Christ Jesus."
A different lecture. "Christian
Science: Its Promise and Fulfill
ment" to be liven in the Cristo
bal Masonic Temple la sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Cristobal Church.
Person who are unfamiliar
with Christian Science and its
healing mission will profit by
attending.
The lectures to be given here
are free. Thtjr is no admission
charge, no collection is taken,
nor- is anyone placed under the
slightest obligation by attending.
It is a special opportunity fof
those who have questions about
Christian Scienca, to obtain first
hand information from a recog recognized
nized recognized authority on the subject,
the sponsors said.
Meetings
Gem And Mineral Seclety
Members of the Canal Zone
Gem and Mineral Society are re
minded of a business meeting
scheduled for tomorow evening
at 7:30 at the club. building.
Orchid Chapter, O.I. 8.
urchid Chapter une, uraer oi
the Eastern Star, will have a stat stated
ed stated meetin tomorrow eveninc at
7:30 at the Scottish Rite Temple
in Balboa.
Refreshment will be served
after the meeting.
Grey Ladles
Red Cross Grey Ladies will
met Monday morning at 0:30 at
the Red Cross Building in Old
Cristobal.
Crlitobsl Elks'
Announce Contest
B.P.O. Elki Lodge 1414 engag engaged
ed engaged in a ritualistic contest with
Lodge 1542. Cristobal, at the Elks
Home in Balboa last evening. A
toclsl hour was held before the
meeting.
In addition to the ritualistic
contest, with initiation, officers
were nominated tor he coming
lodge year, and a film was shown.
Round Trio
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Senate Group Told How Teamsters'
Treasury:VTapped Foil$l24000

WASHINGTON (UPI) Chi
cago Teamster official Joey GUm GUm-co
co GUm-co tapped the union treasury far
$124,000 and reportedly kept Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's poultry market in a "state
of fear' the Senate Rackets Com
mittee was told yesterday.
Witnesses' testified that the one
time corner newsstand dealer.
who moved up to a $20,000-a-y3r
Teamster loo and menasmp witn
Teamster President James It.
Hoffa, also lined his walletwith
about $2,500 a month in salary
kickbacks from offlcus of his lo
cal.
One witness testified that Glim-
co paid to Chicago's two major
cab companies about $327,000 in
union dues collected from their
Teamster drivers over a 21-year
period. The payments, allegedly a
compensation for expenses of han
dling the dues check-off system,
were dropped this year aftr the
The cab companies involved are
the Yellow Cab Co., and the
Checker Taxi Co., Inc.
Testimony related that Glimco
used the $124,000 in union money
to defend- himself in an extor
tion case and, threatened to "get
anyone who testified against him.
He was indicted in 1954 after
poultry men in the Feulton Street

Atty. Gen. Rogers Terms
Civil Rights Bill Works

WASHINGTON (UPI)- Atty.
Geo. William P. Rogers said
yesterday he 'hoped the adminis administration's
tration's administration's civil rights bill would
eliminate any future need to "call
out the troops" as -was done in,
the Little Rock, Ark., integration
crisis.
Rogers also opposed some lib liberal
eral liberal efforts to give the govern government
ment government more authority to initiate
court action in civil riehti cases.
He said he felt the added power
"might do more harm than good
at the moment."
Rogers made the statements as
he opened the administration's
case for its "moderate" civil
rights bill before a House judi judiciary
ciary judiciary subcommittee.
Rogers said the administra administration's
tion's administration's proposals are "moderate,
workable . and helpful to proper
law enforcement."
He was asked at one point
whether part of the bill making it
a federal crime to obstruct court
desegregation orders would au authorize
thorize authorize the President to "call out
the troops."
"I hope it would be a substitute
for that," he replied.
He said the provision was
aimed primarily at mobs. He
said it was not Intended to apply
to school officials or others who,
if named in court desegregation
cases, already would be subject
to contempt proceedings.
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market told a grand Jury they
gave him money out of fear. But
he was acquitted in a 1957 trial
when witnesses changed their
minds and said they handed over
the cash "because they liked
him."
The Italian-born Glimco Is presi president
dent president of the Teamsters Taxi Cab
Local 777. His long police record,
plus findings against his moral
character, twice denied him Amer American
ican American citizenship, He finally be became
came became a citizen in 1943.
Harry Tnieme.a one-time com competitor
petitor competitor of the Teamsters in or organizing
ganizing organizing Chicago poultry and
gg handlers, told the committee
he retired to a farm at Paw Paw,
Mich., last year after Glimco
told him:
"Harry, you got a farm, why
don't you retire,"
Thieme, a soft spoken white white-haired
haired white-haired veteran of 28 years in the
Fulton market, said Glimco's sug suggestion
gestion suggestion -came After Thieme paid
Teamsters for permission to opd
tdrno $1 got threatening calls that
he would "come home in a woodeu
box" unless he quit talking: was
taken on a gangland "ride' and
got a bash on the head witti a
quart pop bottle.
"I felt Uke they were dissatis-
fied with tne," "Thieme said.
"We want to reach only those
npnnl whn have HapIHaH In.talr
the law out of the hands of the
court and place It into their
ownj". he said.
He said the mob which formed
outside Little Rock's Central High
School in its 1957 school integra integration
tion integration crisis was a "striking dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of the need" for the
provision, v
As for the proposals in soma
bills to give the government
more authority to enter civil
rights cases, Rogers said such
legislation was omitted from th
administration's bill on groundi
that it might do more harm than
good.
Claiming the federal Interven Intervention
tion Intervention might "harden" resistance tc
desegregation orders, Rogers said
"I think it is better to wait to
see how developments occur."
He said he was "particularly
encouraged" by the peaceful
though delayed integration of pub'
lie schools In Virginia. He said
the Justice Department was asked
to intervene in several Virginia
suits, but decided against it.
SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPI)-Stati
Rep. Norman McGee got an?un.
orthodox hole in one at a local
golf course. He hit the ball off
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KOBBE PROMOTION Mm. Edward E. Surmftn replaces her husband'r gold bar with a silver
t one during ceremony marking his promotion to first lieutenant, as Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr.,
commanding .officer of the 1st Battle Group, 20 th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, looks on. Surman is a
platoon leader with Mortar Battery of the battle group. (U.S. Army Photo)

Puerto Rican Governor Feels OAS
Should Act Against Dictatorships

,lw FRANK H. RARTHOLOMIW

! SAN JUAN, P.R, (Ufl) The

' non-intervention policy of the or

. cinizitlon of American S t t i

(OAS) should be modified to per-
mit action in nations having dic dictatorships,
tatorships, dictatorships, Gov. Luis Munos Mar Marin
in Marin of Puerto Rico said in an ex exclusive
clusive exclusive nterview yesterdayi
" Munoz is a staunch supporter of
Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel
Castro, who is committed to sup support
port support revolutionary efforts in the
Dominican Republic, Haiti, Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua and Paraguay, in grounds
the leaders in those countries are
dictators.
' "The non-intervention pact fi
the OAS has been used against
the people and in support of dic dictatorship."
tatorship." dictatorship." Munoz said. "It should
be modified to set up a tribunal
to authorize action In countries
where the denial of human rights
exists.
' "Such supranational activity

would get the United States off

the hook of hiving to deal with
such situations individually," Mu Munoz
noz Munoz said.
Castro himself believes the four
target dictatorship nations should
be expelled from the OAS and has
publicly considered the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of Cuba withdrawing from
the organization otherwise.
Munoz, who has been in he
lead in the defense of the Castro
COVernment. in toUvUinn ririin

and press interviews does not ap

pear 10 oe in complete agreement
with Castro's opinion of Nicara

gua, where Munoz indicates he
believes ProsiHenf T.llia Cnmn7. ii

attempting to liberalize the gov

ernment.
Munoz, who as an American
elticnn nhvinnalv tha rnU nf

interpreting Latin America to the
VTIi .1 .11. a t

unuea states ana vice versa,
voiced criticism of past United
States policies.

"Fidel would have been one Of

the greatest assets to the United
States in Latin America if the De Department
partment Department of State had maintained
the proper attitude of aloofness
and stayed at arm's length in
dealing with the Batista dictator dictatorship
ship dictatorship during the revolution, Munoz
said.
He said that "President Romulo
Betancourt of Venezuela is prob probably
ably probably the United States' best friend
today; but I presume the fact he
belonged to the Communist Party
once for two or three years will
be used against him."
Munoz is a former newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman who turned expert interna international
tional international politician. He heads the
popular Democratic Party, which
Is solidly liberal and pro-labor.
The governor speaks English
and Spanish without a trace of
accent in either language. He is
regarded here as a major coun counselor
selor counselor to Vice President Richard
M. Nixon on Latin American at-

Humsn Wasb Mass
May ProYldi Key
oT Space Conquesf

BERKELEY, Calif. (UPU-Two
University of California scientists
said today human waste products
may supply the key with which
man will open the outer reaches
of space.
The scientists were Dr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence C. Golueke, assistant re research
search research biologist, and Dr. William
J. Oswald, assistant professor of
sanitary engineering.
They demonstrated conclusively
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and bacteria existing solely on
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vide provide enough oxygen and fresh
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years, removal and storage of
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cult. difficult.
Golueke and Oswald said a
phase of their work just complete
indicates that 30 or 40 gallons of
algae and water per crew mem member
ber member would be enough to provide
a continuous source of fresh oxy oxygen
gen oxygen while removing exhaled ear ear-bon
bon ear-bon dioxide.
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already perfected by tha two
scientists for the treatment of
earthbound sewage, solid and liq liquid
uid liquid waste materials could be
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teria bacteria to water fresh enough to
drink and protein-rich "algae
pills" which conceivably could, be
used to provide a portion of the
spaceman's daily protein require requirement.
ment. requirement. The bacteria in the system con convert
vert convert organic waste materials and
oxygen to carbon dioxide and
water, and the algae use carbon
dioxide and water to produce
oxygen and algae frowth.

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Big Flop Of 1958 Again
In Form After Following
Advice From Ex-Catcher

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 12 (UPI) Don Drysdale,
of the biggest flops of the 1958 baseball season,
is exhibit A today that Roy Campanella can help the
Lcs Angeles Dodgers even from a wheelchair.

The partly-paralyzed Campanel Campanella.
la. Campanella. serving as a Dodger coach
this spring, insisted at the start
of training that he could help tne
22-year-old Drysdale recover the
form that made him one of the Na National
tional National League's most effective
pitchers in 1957. Drysdale slump
ed to a 12-13 record and 4.16 earn earned
ed earned run average last year after a
17-9 and 2.69 slate in '57.
Campanella insisted that Drys Drysdale
dale Drysdale "was losing his effectiveness
because he had unconsciously dis discarded
carded discarded his three-quarter motion
in favor of a sidearm delivery.
He and Drysdale discussed the
problem shortly after Campanella
arrived at the Dodgers" V e r o
Beach, Fla., base and the 6-foot,
5-inch, 210-pound right-hander de decided
cided decided to follow Roy's advice.
How correctly Campanella ana analyzed
lyzed analyzed the case was demonstrated
again yesterday when Drysdale
stretched his string of shutout in innings
nings innings in exhibition play to eight
with five scoreless frames in a 7 7-6
6 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds. Don Demeter singled with
the bases filled in the ninth to
cap a three-run rd'lly and give -ne
Dodgers their third win in five
games. Johnny Temple led the
Redes' attack with four singles.
The 1958 tailnders in tach
league "had a ball 'for them them-sekes,
sekes, them-sekes, meanwhile, s the Ph1 Ph1-ladelphia
ladelphia Ph1-ladelphia Phitlie whipped 1he
National League champion Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, 13-7, and the
Washington Senatcrs shaded the
world champion New York
Yankees, 13-12.
wUllv Post hit two homers and
Geate Freese hit one to rce a 17 17-hit
hit 17-hit Philadelphia attack on four
Milwaukee pitchers. The Braves
announced after the game that
Mel Roach, the ailing substitute
who was being groomed to re replace
place replace Red Schoondienst, will fly
to Milwaukee Thursday to have
hist left knee examined by Dr.
Bruce Brewer, who operated on
it list August.
The San Francisco Giants club clubbed'
bed' clubbed' out a 10-5 decision over the
Chicago Cubs, the Boston Red
Sox edged out the Cleveland In Indians,
dians, Indians, 4-3, and the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates,
5-4, in other exhibition games be between
tween between major league A-teams.
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Willie Mays' hit a two-run tri triple
ple triple and Hank Sauer a grand jlam
homer for the Giants who saw
wt bailer" Stu Miller pitch

four shutout innings against the
Cubs. Cal Neeman andTonyTay-
lor hit' late homers for Chicago.

The Red Sox ran their periect;js bound to be toppled. Roughly
spring record to four straight vie-' there are 83 more bowlers to take
tories with the help of a three a crack at both of these series,
run fourth inning rally helped a- but up to last night th ebighest
long by two errors by Cleveland handicap series in the team events
first baseman Larry Doby, Rook- was Bob Boyer's 649 and this was

ie Jerrv Casale pitched three hit
less innings for the Ke:i .vx.
The Cardinals gained their
first win of the spring on a 10U
inning triple by Chuck Esse Esse-gian
gian Esse-gian and single by Lee, Tate.
The Cardinals Had tied the
score in the n'nth on Jo Dur Durham's
ham's Durham's two-out pinch single aft after
er after the Pirates built an early 4 4-1
1 4-1 lead behind Benny Daniels'
pitching. Stan Musial srirted
for the Cardinals for the first
time but was hitWss in two
tries.
Oilier camp rews: A New York
physician indicated that G i a n t
Pitcher Al Worthington will not
reuuire surgery on a o if fed-out
I pit. Manager Bill Norman of
the Detroit Tigers singled out
'.hud-baseman Eddie Yost .vvl
pitcher Pete Burnside as early
spring stars. .Maniger Harry
Craft iaitl .Bud. Daleyus 'Excel 'Excellent
lent 'Excellent opportunity" to "o-tt i'th-!
of Kansas City's tegular i-itchers.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
FARM DIVISION

Teams W L
Gibraltar Life 3 1
Cyrnos 3 1
Seymour Agency 2 1
Mutual of Omaha 2 .2
Kiwis ......... j, .j
Police 0 3

Cyrnos H Kiwis 15
In a run-happy game the Cyr Cyrnos
nos Cyrnos nozed out the Kiwis 16 to 15.
However while runs were dime a
dozen, safe hits were scarce, m
other words Cyrnos scored their
16 runs on six hits,' and Kiwis
scored 15 on five safe blows.
For Cyrnos third baseman
Schonert collected half of his
team's quota of hits, getting
three out of four time at bat. For
the Kiwis shoe shine J)oys, short shortstop
stop shortstop Sommerford collected two
hits and his first baseman got
the same number.
Gibraltar Life 8 Seymour 7
Gibraltar Life did something
that no one else in the league
could do, and that is beat the
tough Seymour Agency, who had
a streak of 12 wins when they
were stooped at J.
Gibraltar pounced on the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour j iiching for Six big runs in
the opening inning and and while
Seymour kept pecking away lliey
fell short by one rui. Both teams
collected five hits each, but the
custodian of the hot corner for
Gibraltar came up with the bij;
blow, when Romero got a home
run. Silen and Anguizola of Sey Seymour
mour Seymour collected doubles.
K;wis 15 Gibraltsr Life 8
The Kiwis turned seven hits in
to 15 bulging runs, and gave the
Gibraltars a jolt in their plans lo
lake tin second ha'i Nita. pitch
er for Iht Kiwis, hchi the Gibral
tars lo six scattered bjngles and
was in trouble only Slice when
Gibraltar Life scoitd live- times
in one inning. Catcher Orcemn of
the Kiwis and first sacKer K o x
shared the hitting honors for (he
Birds .-;th two sal 2 blows each.
Whatever
Happened to .
JOHNNY PINGEL
Halfback Johnny Pingel starred
at Michigan State in 1936-38 in the
days when the Sparans were
flexing their muscles as a nation national
al national football power. Twice during
Pingcl's three yarsity campaigns,
Michigan State upended its state
rival the University of Michigan.
During tha' span,' under coach
Charley Bachman, Michigan State
won a tetal of 20 games, lost only
six and tied two. In 1937. the
Spartans played in the Orange
Bowl but lost to Auburn, 6-0.
Pingel? He now is vice president
of an advertising agency (Brooke,
Smith, Francis
and Dorrence,
Inc.) in Detroit.

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Burt Deveau Leads Pan-Canal

Bowling Tournam ent Si

, Burt Deveau of the Balboa
Men's and Balboa Mixed League
took a commanding lead in he
singles event of the 18th annual
Pan-Canal Bowling Association Ci City
ty City tournament. His 657 handicap
total was the best on the lanes
for the opening of the singles, and
was 56 Dins better than his near
est competitor. Noel Gibson of
In third olace was Bob Morrow,
airman from Albrook and bowler
from the Major League of Diablo.
Deveau also leads in the scratch
division with a 553. While his 657
handicap series has an exeillent
chance of holding up, tne 553 marx
the best effort of 220 bowlers
The doubles event also began
last night on the late shift. The
Lickfield Keeler duo from Ou:
Medics of Fort Clayton are in first
place with a 1235 handicap total,
jln second place, Williamson Ma-
thias combination oi tne Jseagram
VO from Kobbe with 1202. In third
place is the combination of Palni
and Burgoon of the Balboa Men's
and Diablo Major Leagues with
1196. Another Seagram VO com combine
bine combine of Johnny Ely and Laquida-
ra are in fourth spot with uss.
Smiley Jim Reccia and Bev Halli Halli-day
day Halli-day are in fifth position with 1174.
Others in the singles are as fol
lows: Amato 577, Bowden 572, Ri Riley
ley Riley 571, Toland 564, Roberts 564,
Palm 563, Stirling 559, Miller 548,
Carter 531. Rogers 545, Jensen 470
Barbour 533, Folger 502 and Lut-
tenberger 533.
The picture in the ail events, is
still not clear, but by tonight, some
of the bowlers will have completed
their team, double and single e e-vents
vents e-vents and it will b; possible to es establish
tablish establish the leaders.
The problem of the champion championship
ship championship in the team event has not
been settled. The Gulick NCO five
have not been declared officially
(he current tournament, cham champions.
pions. champions. I '" V
GUN-CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
a pistol match on March 15, 19i8
at the gun club range located at
Farfan Beach.
The match will be uoverned bv
NRA rules.
Military peisonnel, Canal Zone
Police, Cristobal Gun Club mem members
bers members and Balboa Gun Club mem members
bers members are cordiali. invited.
Entry fees will be $1.25 per
match plus $o.25 NRA registration
or a package entry fee of $3.25.
Entry fees will be paid to the
Statistical Officer at the range
prior to 09900
Firing will begin promptly at
i'900. The rang will be open for
practice until 0845.
Classification will be determin determined
ed determined by current NRA classification
card.
Awards will be medals or .mer .merchandise
chandise .merchandise coupons as desired, for
each match and the aggregate
score of all n.atches. Awards will
be as follows: one for match win winner,
ner, winner, one for each five competet competet-ors,
ors, competet-ors, or majoi fraction thereof, in
all classifications.
Match No. 1
.22 caliber National M at c h
Course 30 roundi total fired
(10 shots slow fire 50 yards)
(10 shots timed fire 25 yards)
(10 shots rapi fire 25 yrads)
Match No. 2
Center-fire National MM a t c h
Course (sequence as match No.
1).
Match No. 3
45 caliber National Match
Course (sequence as match No.
1-2).
.Match No. 4
Aggregate of matches 123
The club restaurant will be open
for the sale of soft drinks and
beer.
GAMBOA
The Gun CI' is holding a
"special" trap and red bird
shoot starting at 10:30 a.m. on
Sunday morning, Mr.rch 15. All
novice shooters invited to attend
this shoot at the Gamboa Gun
Club, "home of the original Isth
mian Red Bird Shoots."
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BROAD JUMP Doug Pajak, who holds the 70-yard high hurdles
record with 9.4 seconds, shows broad jump form that could earn a
few points in the Balboa Relays tomorrow night at Balboa
Stadium.

Bulldogs Bite Tigers 4-2
In School Baseball Finale

Final Standings
Interscholastic Baseball League
Team. ' W L P et.
Balboa High n i
Cristobal High 5 7 .118
Junior College 2 10 .167
Tuesday's Results
Balboa High 4 Cristobal High 2
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Balboa Bulldogs closed out
one of their most successful base
ball seasons in many years with
a 4 to 2 win over the Tigers and
finished tbeir championship sea
son with a healthy .916 average;
only one defeat by crisioDai eariy
in the season, marred an otherwise
perfect year for Larry Horine's
charges.
Despite the closeness of the
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score, 4 to t, me uuiuugs imu
comDaratively easy win an mi.
wav Tuesday night. Morgan
Schoch pitched near perfect bail
for five innings during which time
the Tigers were held hitless and
only could put four baseninners
on tne pains, acnocn s
was hrnken uo bv Donald Humpn
rnv in the sixth frame when the
Tiger batter hit one tnrougn me
middle for a single.
Schoch was nicked for three hits
in the sixth, but still kept his shut
out intact. The Balboa pitcher lost
his shootout win the lower half of
the seventh after he had apparent
lv retired the side. With Dick Vi
nas at first base and two away,
Schoch threw a third strike by
Larry Wilder. But the Bulldog
pitcher had balked in not coming
to a full stop wnen going imo a
stretch motion and the strikeout
was declared void and Vinas mov
ed to second.
Wilder came through with a
Ihree -hasp blast to rieht to Score
Vinas and Don Humphrey dumped
a single into right field to push
Wilder across with the second run.
The rally died when Kulig ground
ed to Schoch who made the play
at first for an unassisted out.
Schoch struck out 13 Cristobal
batters and walked only three.
Brian Lutz went the distance for
Cristobal and alloweid five bits, all
in the first four innings, struck out
five and walked five.
The Bulldogs scored In the
third frame on a walk to Rath Rath-geber,
geber, Rath-geber, a stolen base and a single
to center by Frank Amarati. Their
big frame was the fourth when
they pushed three runners across.
Kirkland walked to open the in

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Charlie French followed tith the
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The box score:
Balboa High

Ab R H Po A
Rathgeber 2b, rf 1110 0
Kline, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Engelke, If 4 0 0 0 ,0
Ammirati, ss 3 0 110
Ness, lb 3 0 0 5 0
Kirkland, c 2 1 1 13 A
Thompson, 3b 2 110 2
Schwarzrock, 3b 1 0 0 0 1
French, cf 2 1 1 0 0.
Garcia, cf 1 0 0 0 0
Pearl, rf 2 0 0 0, 0
Klipper, 2b 0 0 0 1 0
Schoch, p 3 0 0 1 3
Totals 24 4 5 21 6
Cristobal High
Wilder, 2b 3 113 2
Humphrey, If 3 0 2 0 0
Kulig, ss 3 0 10 6
McGloin, 3b 2 0 0 1 1
Br-ce, rf 3 0 10 0
Cotton, c 3 0 0 7 2
Palumbo, lb 2 0 0 9 0
Vinas, cf 3 1110
Lutz, p 3 0 0 0 1
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FIDANQUE CONTINUES
WINNING STREAK BY
DOWNING
BLUE STAR MILK 84
By JOE REYNOLDS
Guieneri once again was the big
stick for Fidanque, when he col collected
lected collected two. hits for three times art
bat. Blue Stars big hitter was
Lloyd, who also slueeed two hits
for three one of which was an out
of the Park homerun.
The pitchers were having a good
day allowing only a few hits for
each team. Fidanque's Joyner
ana lorres pitched a fast game,
In four lnuings of play they al
lowed only 4 walks, and struck
out 8 batters. Blue Star was able
tt attain only 3 hits one of which
was Lloyd's home-run.
Blue Star "had three different
pitchers working for them. First
was McCauley. who was a little
too wild. Next came Lloyd who
held out for an Inning and a half
before Bradley was called on to
relieve him; One interesting thing
to note is that Guineri was the on only
ly only Fidanque player to get a hit
from any of Blu3 Stars pitchers.
Blue Star Mi.k Ab R H
Cassibry 2 0 0
Herring 2 0 0
Fitzgerald 12 0
Bradley 2 0 0
Lloyd 3 2 2
McCauley 10 0
Stettler 10 0
Herring 10 0
Lugo 10 0
Totals 14 4 2
Fidanque Ab R H
Joyner 0 3 0
Eder 110
Guineri 3 0 2
Baldwin 3 0 0
Torres 10 0
McAtee 2 0 0
Osborne 3 0 0
Torres 0 2 0
Burgoon 12 0
Totals 14 8 2
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STEVEDORE MORRIS PULLS
AWAY TO TWO GAME LEAD
AT, ALMOST .MID-SEASON
By HERBERT;;MQISB
Teams ,Jf
Stevedore Morris
Cigarrillos Oasis
Powell (
Pantra
Ajinomoto
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3 2 .600 2
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2 .333
tti .167
One game away from -their Md"
way mark in the 18-game-per,-
team schedule, the defending
Stevedore Morris champions have
pulled away to a two-game; lead
by virtue of a squeaky 3 to 2
win over. Henry Thomas and hit
Powell VAll-Stars." 'm,.?:
This was another tough and
tight one as Powells stranded ten
runners and c o m m i 1 1 e d the
game's only error. This wild
throw -by Stanley Arthur marred
the clean fielding slate of the best
defensive game played so far
this year.
It started sfast and the Dace
stayed torrid as Barrios who walk walked
ed walked was erased by a 5 to 4 to 3
(Lovell to Anderson to Wilson)
doubleplay, Anderson pivoting
smoothly to knock .off Hugo
Charles to e,nd the first Powell
threat.
In the bottom half of the on a
foul fly to the catcher; Lovel was
walked, .McCollms-also walked
then three consecutive hits, a Car Carlos
los Carlos "Calibum" Holligan double
and singles by Brown and Red Redman
man Redman delivered three runs for the
Stevedores, their, total output for
the contest. The heavy Stevedore
traffic around the bases ended as
Brown, was an i easx 9 ito- -5 vout,
Baker making sgood yjirow- to
Herman Charges, pi 0 U
From there? n I)riyto8s held
the champions rimless,; but "'gave
up two more harmless hits in the
second. In the meantime, Holli Holligan
gan Holligan was combining a rare com combination
bination combination of wildness and tight
clutch pitching to keep Powen a a-way
way a-way from the plate despite seri serious
ous serious threats in the jirst: Wo in-

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ieast one -in every inning except!
MM nivuuu,, ui wiuumg ma second
game of three decisions. BotbJ
clubs connected a HotaL nf 1 1 hi iM
off ih? Omaha Insuranon1 vr l
the winners getting the half plur
one (6,a8d- Powell five. v 2
-Holligan turned in, a'rmte-gH
mg performance cwhiU ?Drayton,
now Z and 2, was yanked fora
pinchhitter: in tte Powell f ourliS
Rudy Lynch, who relieved,' agatsr
pitehed goodf baUi, eldihg'nal
hit,, to the first hitter: to faee him
Ojen getting nine of the ten vad
batters es he lost ohe by a base
on"'balls.v s- -v"' - Jiy
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conie of the game.: Drayton's jwo
in the first openihg the hatch foe-.,
the :.$Mmb'4 -: Stevedores ; ? tore J
game-winning iuns and Holligan!
in the ,;third and sixth wherein
Powells scored their two Jrun i-single-tally:
deli veries.
.In. radars contest, Steved'j2
Morris wiH o aeainst thii2
.Vamped Ajinomoto Japanese:
m a rescneduied contest, Pow
ells will play Cigarrillos Oasis pn;
Sunday jmorning at 10 "a.m; Thif
is the. replay of the sensational
4-4" tie' of last Saturday. Mickey
Robinsons Cigarrillos Oasis mana
e Jiihted to sthis' writer that ? hit -stafJbrJeri
fromi the PacifE
side T-ew fBMBgeF'fllv 'br'1W'
hand Saturday and more than
likely Al.Aiismus will debut aiJ
gainst Powells on Sunday morn-
ing., 'Robinson was visibly happy
but refused to be definite withf
statement concerning Ausmusr.
Fans over here in Rainbow -Cl-ty
were pleased; t heatvabout tfi
probable; pitotiig duelRai 'liwl
develop between Jhls niuch-talkeS
about : pHcher 'famltotoi- Lyiicjr
andor Leslie DraytonJ, N fg
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S. Morris 300 000 x 3
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' Drayton, LyncB and Alston.
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IvonnuNnnsf c6ngratulates Nancy Cogswell and Judith, Ross, first
and, second respectively.'after they copped the prizes in the 10-meter
freestyle race at the El Panama Hilton swimming pool.

STANDING
Second Half
Teams
Pericos
Ocetgjta
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Cc-fJJos
PU"MkS
Pal(8ias
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Oc0os 8 Macaws J ,v
Thr rwinu lilt the offerwigs ot
EoH Fnrtune hatd yesterday to win
o"priJlcaws by 8 t 5 in the Fas.
tlich Teenage tBasebatt f League-
US. 'SnVtnrv eftibled ; tilC .GcelOtS
to gain an indisputed ecpnd .place
fK fnnrnnunt'tt, second nail. l
Fortune, who sfruck;.out 12 in
five nings, was taken out when
Lo-,(French became the first bat bat-tr
tr bat-tr Sw season to connect a homer
aaittSt him. He aia so whp
aoara in Tne siavu uiuw. vv.
Ji-oreM three runs off him in the
firsUstsma when Worden French
xnl(jrted with a double which
hro.iht in two runs., A single by
ron W udv nosted the third mark marker
er marker 4n4re lTrniii1?. They Med,more
thp sPf-nriH third and fourth
Lln!Tws. but Macaws -came back
Vlme in tbe third and .fourth
in-!Tigs. but Macws came (DacK
Hh?e in he third, anbther in
the fifth and two in the sixth,
wh.Tim Wilson smashed the ball
lout k the park after Ken Smith
j-cB-d firs b on ah error by
I nfrte' hnmer rlinched the v'ctn.
rV ( the Ocelots it was a hi?h
and low flv that landed way qver
'V feftf!ld fece. It also made
Fortune lew mound in favor
f of Frank Rpichart.
Ro$ Bsttft, star pitcner tor tne
rf-l3. "o o"lv hurled brilliantly
bu helped his own cause win
a dwble-that pushed cross the
run. JJtny, limited the Macaws to
four Slits.
The box' score:
V- Maciws
j"- Ab R H Pe A
ReMiart.; ss-p 3 ; 1 1 1 1
Smitfi, R., ct v 2 0- 8 13 .3
fortune, p-ss 3 v :0;;, ; 0 "2
K. Smit! 2b k 2 1 0 0
J. Wilson. 3b 0 f..
Tot.4
W. French.:
G. Anderson, lb f
D. Rudy, cf ;
M. Dubbs, 3b -Albritton,
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K. Anderson, 2b
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J.s Anderson. Stolen bases: Rei Rei-chart,
chart, Rei-chart, R. Smith, French L. 3, Bet Bettis,
tis, Bettis, French W., Rudy 1. RBI
Priester, Fortune, Wilson 2, L.
French 2 Battis, W. French 2, Ru Rudy.
dy. Rudy. Walks Fortune 6, Bettis X
SO Fortune 12, Reichart 2, Bet Bettis
tis Bettis 5. Left on bases r Macaws 8,
Ocelots 6. Doubles Bettis,, W.
French. HR Wilsott; L.', French,
Earned runs Macaws 2. Ocelots
6 Umpires Alonso, Stewart.
Score :i Paigma. nme : l : 55.
..PACIFIC L!TTttitlyBUE
Team W L
Lincoln' Life 2 2
Police . i a:,v 2 2
Elki'1444 l c 2 2
Spur Cola r, 2 2
Seymour Agency 11 "A 2 2
Gioraitar Life 2 2
In one of the hottest races ever
witnessed in the Pacific Little
League, the six teams in the
league find themselves tied for
first place and at the same time
tney are all tied for last position.
Lincoln Life 12 Police i
The Police had a chance to take
over first place but their chanc
es went, with the wind, when they
could not hold on to the three run
leaa tney acrrued in the initial in
ning. :
Instead; the Lincoln Lifers cinh
bered the Cops with an outburst
of 17 hits and crossed the payoff
latter Jor 02 runs. One PoLce
ioy wag esDeciallv tad and Wrn.
ea a lesson the hard way, when
catcher McGrath hit a homerun,
and oh an appeal was -(declared
out because of failure to toch
third base, so" the homerun
stirunk into a doubk.
Two Lincoln Lifers
hitting togs, when Ninos Hoyner
uu iviapico naa pertect day, at
the plate with four for four..
The box scored
Lincoln Life,
Douglas, ,cf
ueming, e
Francis, rf
Joyner,,p
Kiamco, lb
Kelley, ss
Ostrea, ss
Wessler, If
Thompson, 3b
Trim.'' 2b
Engelke, 2b
Police
Short, rf
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2 1
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0 1
0 0
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Askew, rf
Riley p
Doherty, P
Kvansr 2b
Catron, 3b
Darden,. ss
Micek. If
McGrath c
Burda, cf
Bundy,.lb
Brejonant lb
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took a
Coach
George Wilson MnnHiv in nn.
vince Terry Barr that he should
sgn Iprhi thiri season with the
Detroit Lions of the National Foot Foot-ball
ball Foot-ball League. Barr'a signing ended
speculation .that he would return
o the Universi'; of Michigan as
a 'coaca.
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the PAP Tennis Tournament yes
terday with anotner doubles vic victory
tory victory br their ace netmen. Set. Ray
Schilling and SP3 Bill Pace. v
me tourneys favored doubles
team trimmed Army Atlantic's
Major Michael Chester and SP4
J.'hr Lorilla in easy fashion, 6-1,
8-0. A .A-- ;
Winning almost ovory point on
th torvo or return of sorvo.
Schilling and Pac took loss than
30 minutes to i rout their Army
colloaguos.
In a morning match. Cdr. James
Hiegel and Lt. Cdr. George Bell
picked up a point for the Navy
with a 8-1, 8-3 victory over Clay
ton's Capt. John Grill and Pfc. Joe
Benasio.
Playing an unspectacular but
sound came, the Navy's second
doubles team showed that they
will be no runaway for Schilling
and Pace in the semi-finals. Bell
looked particularly good, winning
many points on his low, sinking
serve.
Navy is now tied with Albrook
for second place with fiv points
ach. Army Atlantic has one
point while hapless Clayton has
not boon, able to register a vic victory.
tory. victory. Today's only action pits the
Navy's Lt.' (jg) Ray Nesbitt, cur current
rent current singles champ champion, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Army Atlantic's Major
Chester
The Navy's top netman is ex
pected to win with ease and give
Navy first-place tie with Kob
be.
Balboa Swim Team
Splash Party Set
For Monday Ni
' Members 6t the Balboa Pool's
competitive swim team will have
a "Solash Party" on Monday
nighty March 16 at Balboa swim swim-mine
mine swim-mine Pool at 7 P. m. The event
is being sponsored by the Schools
Division's Department of Physi
cal Kriiwatinn and Athletiest
The evening of;, water fun wiUI.
feature-a contest for tne swim1
mer wno wears tne a lunmest
swim wear costume. Fun races
and games will be held.
Harry wan Leen. this years
winner of the -Henry Grieser a
wara ior um outstanding ooy
swimmer .for 1958V wiU WHw
euest of honor. Parents-are in
-S A.1 A. A It 0.
vited to attend and join in the
fun. ;
Gamboa Swim Club
Holds First Keeting?
The Gamboa Swim Club held
its first meeting on March 8 at
the Gamboa Gym. The meeting
was attended by 48 interested
adults and children
The purpose for forming this
club was to keep the interest in
swimming .high and to provide
a means to participate in .swim
ming activities for those who
aren t quite good enough for com
petitive swimming.
Nancy Chadwick was elected
the first president, of the ,new
club and' tne members voted on
the nickname of "Gamboa Dol Dolphins."
phins." Dolphins." They also selected green
for their official club color.
' Meetings 'will be held every; two
Weeks on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
The next meeting will be : held
on Wednesday,. March 18, at the
Gamboa' Gym. rarents are cor
dially invited to attend the next
meeting.
Established

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NEW; YORK (UPI)-Frank Mc-
Guire, Tar Heel rebel from the
sidewalks of New York, asserted
today: that at long last the South
has risen -gain.
The fireworks aren't as violent
as tney : were tne nrsi time
around. But this' time there's al almost.
most. almost. 'as much hootin' and holler holler-in'
in' holler-in' and excitement as well as a
great deal more shootin.
, Thfs uprising is concerned with
basketbalL a sport to which Dixie
at lasthas tken its place as a
section which bows to none when
it conies to overall enthusiasm
and ability.
"You can1 believe that.'t Me Me-Guire
Guire Me-Guire says in a voice wHloh,. aft after
er after seven years Lu th South, is a
mulligan stew mixture between a
pastrami 'sandwich and hominy
grits. "Basketball in the South,
after years oi being 'on its wayi'
has definitely arrived. ,On ah Over Overall
all Overall basis it stacks up with any in
the country and -we can even give,
those aamnyankees from Indiana
a few -lessons in enthusiasm."
--v.r, Al-
Resemble Revival Mooting
)j .'. f. 1
The descendants of the hotheads
who fired on Fort-Sumter haven't
lost a shade of that impulsiveness
with which tbey flocked to the
Stars and- Bars. The games are a
cross between an old time revival
meeting and the battle of Bull
Run.
Take Saturday night for In Instance,"
stance," Instance," said the North Carolina
coach with the air of a-man who
would .be -glad to give it away.
"North Carolina State is leading
by 13 points with 6:55 to play in
our game at the Raleigh Colise Coliseum.
um. Coliseum. Then, bang, the lights go out
and 12,500 people sit there for five
minutes in the darkness.
Ycaza Gets 5 Days;
ARCADIA, Calif., March U U-(UPI)
(UPI) U-(UPI) Panamanian (ockoy Mart
uol Ycaza was suspended for five
racing days starting today for
an infraction at. Santa Anita
Tuesday
The. announcement was made
yesterday on the final day of the
Santa Anita mooting.
The board of stewards set
down Yeaxa for Introforonce
board his mount, High Perform,
ance, In the sixth race yesterday.
Ho was accused of not making a
proper effort to maintain a
straight course In, the stretch
Along The Fairways
GOLFING AT AMADOR
A large number of golfers par par-ticipated
ticipated par-ticipated in last Thursday's Ladies
Day tournament at Amador.
Genny Sean captured first place
in the first flight with a net 64.
Jean Sullivan and Helen Sliker
tied for Second place with 66's.
The first place in the second
flight was taken by Rita Berger
with a 67: Foy Fraunenheim's 71
won second place, and third place
was a tie between Lila Strumph
and Mary Faison with 73's.
The weekly low putt tournament
was won by Ethel Perantie with
32 putts.
This Thursday, March 12, 'there
will be another low net tourna tournament.
ment. tournament.
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'.When the lights went back on.
the dock had ueen pushed ahead
a minute," he added. "Somebody
was really trying to help State
get it over. They did it by smash smashing
ing smashing in the door of the transformer
room, defying the big sign which
said 'danger keep out,' and had
pulled the main switch."
At the Vorth CaroUna-Wake
Forest 'game in February there
was. a full-fledged riot in which
the benches and the stand were
emptied for a real donnybrook.
Play-Calibre Improved
' But it's the overall calibre of
play in a section ..here, ; aside
from a few powers, most of the
teams were patsies, which Mc Mc-Giiire,
Giiire, Mc-Giiire, labels as "a fantastic
boom ... ; a
1 "They used to concede to teams
like, Kentucky and North Carolina
State," McGuire illustrated. "Well,
today pur Atlantic Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference Is the toughest in the country-
and basketball in the South
rates with any. Remember, it
wasn't until the. fast decade that
Georgia ', Tech g.ve its first bas basketball
ketball basketball "scholarship; Mississippi
.State has taken the Southeastern
title away from- Kentucky with
Auburn right tip there, and teams
like Wake Forest and Duke have
come a long way."
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run at MountiHope. French, of BHS, evened things up last week when he nipped Tompkins at Balboa
Stadium. Both will compete in tomorrow's tenth annual Balboa Relays at the Balboa Stadium.

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LONDON (UPI) Dick Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, 212ii, Wales, outpointed Bert
son, 212V, Wales, outpointed Bert
Whitehurstfr-194y. Baltimore, Md.
(10); Guy HJarcia, 135, France,
outpointed Dave Charnley, 135Vi,
England (10).
BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) Jackie
Donnelly, 134V4, Buffalo, outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed Mickey Driscoll, 134 V4, Toron Toronto,
to, Toronto, Ont. (8).
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (UPI)
Jimmy Conners, 128, New Bed Bedford,
ford, Bedford, outpointed Tommy Hadon,
127, Utica, N.Y. (8).
HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) Joey
Archer, 158, New York, outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed Tony Dupas, 155 New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, (6).
SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI)-Chico
Santos, 137, Portugal, outpointed
Abe Haynes, 140. San Diego, Calif.
(10).
PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) Zora
Folley, 195, Chandler, Ariz., out outpointed
pointed outpointed Henry Thurman, 211, Los
Angeles, (10).
EL PASO, Tex. (UPI) Freddie
' Hilton, 180, Seattle, Wash.,

stopped Adolfo Quijano, 179, El
Paso, (2).
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LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0551
Monday thru rrlday
t-M a.m. to 12:M
l-aa n.m. ta 1:0
Saturday:
t:00 a.m. to iz :e
ATTACK SBATO EXERCISES
TOKYO (UPI) The Chinese
Communist Party's official news-
haa attarltMi the. SIX-
nation SEATt military exercises
In Thailand as a "show of
strength to intimidate the people
In soutneasi Asia.
PUBLISH ENCYCLOPEDIA
LONDON (UPI) The Soviet
Union has published a two-volume
encyclopedia for housewives. An
(edition of 500.000 cooies was

I timed for release on internation internation-(
( internation-( women's da celebrated
, foroughout the country Sunday.

FOR RENT: 5 bedrooms apart apartment
ment apartment and other one of two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Colombia Street No. I.
For details telephone 3-0331 2-
5388. .. .';'..

FOR RENT: Cool apartment, 2
bedroom modern, closets, one
toilet, llving-diningroom, big kit
chen, maid's room with toilet,
laundry room, private parking,
hot water pipe, all wired1, Ave.
Juan A. Jimenez No. 23, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 2 in front Colegio Javier.
Phone 3-1382 or 3-1636. $105.
IN BELLAVISTA Large Twe
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: 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. 3-4 U
FOR JALE: Small apartment
for married, eouple. Rent $55.00.
Justo Aroienteno Avenue & 26th
street, upstairs Farmacla'Aldnso.
Kay at the gas station;
FOR RENT: Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom duplex furnished apart apartment
ment apartment residence, immediate vici vicinity
nity vicinity bus supermarket. Call 3 3-6855,
6855, 3-6855, 8 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Bella Vista two
bedroom apartment, very modern.
Phone 3-1549.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, all conveniences. "Chelet
Apartments,'' Campo Alegrc.
Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: In Cangrefo, mo modern
dern modern two' bedroom apartment,
garage, hot water, (Installation).
Tel. 3-7596,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment ($55.00). All conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
Faith & Beorrah!
Sons Of Ireland
Lacking In Tokio
TOKYO (UPI) Everyone but
the Irish will be represented at
this year's American Club St. Pat Pat-trick's
trick's Pat-trick's Day celebration next Tues
day.
The club, with Leon Greenberg
heading the Irish festival, plans a
real wing-ding to honor Ireland's
patron saint.
There was only one trouble
except foi a few Columbian fa fathers
thers fathers who. are .otherwise occupied,
the club could find no one among
Tokyo's nine million population
who carried an1 Irish' passport.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LQW RATES CP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
BANDIT TRIPS SELF
LONDON (UPI) Police have
booked James McMahon, 35, on
suspicion of being the hold-up
man wno cadmiy walked into a
downtown club waving whit
looked like a gun, held up the
doorman, scooped $476 from a
safe and tripped head over heels
on the steps outside as he tr'ed to

get away

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. Telsr Pma. 2-2616.2-4966.

FOR SALE: '54 Mercury con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, Mtomatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, naw tires,, call Balboa
1297. j
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury 4
door. Mercomjtie drive. Call
Navy 2226. 8:00 a.m. 4:00
p.m. After 4:00 p.m. Navy 2302
2315.
FOR SALE
convertible
2392.
1951 Chevrolet
$175. Phone Navy
t ftnl rpfiifspnts Who Collect
shells on the beaches of tne
raClllw aiuc wi viiv 1
should tind intere.iting a book
added to the Canal .one ia ia-this
this ia-this aepk entitled "Sea
Shells of Tropical West Amer America."
ica." America." is$f
The volume, written byyra
Keen, assistant pcefssor of
paleontology and' curatot of
at Stanford Unlver-
illu.l.OJ .
sity, is the first attempt to list
and pioviae umscrauons 01 uie
sea shells of the area between
the Gulf of California and Co
lombia. .
m contains -. concise jiescrip jiescrip-n
n jiescrip-n of 1650 Decies of sea
shells, with about 1500 illustra illustrations
tions illustrations covering most of the re recorded
corded recorded forms larger than about
one-fifth of an inch in length.
The complete list 01 new
books and their authors follow:
NON-FICTION The Amer American
ican American Heritage Book of the Re Revolution,
volution, Revolution, American Heritage;
Prnfit.ahl Television Trouble
shooting, Anthony; Dream of
Arcadia, Brooks; Education dna
Liberty, Conant; The Rainbow
rnmes and Goes. CooDer: West
of the Indus, Douglas; Chro
nicle of a uenerauon, fosaicK;
Relnved Infidel. Graham: The
Judo Instructor, Harcey; Thse
Merrimack, Holden; sea sneas
of Tropical West Amer i .c a,
Keen; Angler's Guide to the
Salt Water Game Fishes, Mig Mig-fiaiski:
fiaiski: Mig-fiaiski: united States Postaee
Stamps, Mueller; The Coming
of the New Deai, scniesinger;
Modern Manners, Shaw; The
Danny Kaye Story, Singer.
FICTION Giselle, Cooper;
'Death of the Party, Fenisong;
The Volcanoes Above Us, Lewis;
The Bell, Murdoch; The Unbe-
longing, Robinson; The Thorn
of Arimathea, Slaughter; Water
Music, Van Orden; The Invin Invin-cibles,
cibles, Invin-cibles, Vaughjin; Small World
Wheeler.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS The
Hermit of Crab Island, Beld-
win; Country Mailman, Selm;
Pancho a Dog of the Plains
Grant; Marquis de Lafayette
Carter; Willa, Franchere; All
About Famous Scientlfis Exne
ditions, Holden; All About Ani
mals and Their Young, Mc
UDcae
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewflnder' System
Colon
OUTBOARD M6T0R
, REPAIRS :
' Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
: Authorised service for
Johnson, Evlnrude, Mercury,'
West Bend, Buccaneer, Klto.

IS

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1 Panama

FOR SALE: Leaving country.
Must sail lO'i cu. ft. Servel
electric automatic ice-cube'mak-r
refrigerator. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Real Bargain. Tel. Pan. 3 3-4982.'
4982.' 3-4982.'

FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator, 1.3 cu. ft.
.6-444 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Furniture, refrig refrigerator,
erator, refrigerator, bric-a-brac, records, pia piano
no piano sheet music, record player,
kitchen utensils, Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: Two fans 16" threr
speed oscillating $17.50 each.
One, non-oscillating, one speed
$15 00. Colliers Encyclopedia
with Harvard Classics $175.00.
Three large potted1 plants $7.50
each. 2-2217 or 3-0207.
FOR SALE: Rugs In large sixes,
Excellent condition Mangle inn inner,
er, inner, like new. Phone: 3-6775.
NY's Guarantee
Of $600,000 Gets
Patterson Title Go
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) -A $600,t)00
guarantee, the biggest in ring his history,
tory, history, brought the Floyd Patterson
Ingemar Johansson heavyweight
weight title fight, to New York City
Tuesday, and it will be staged at
Yankee Stadium, June 23.
Terms for the stadium rental
were agreed upon by promoter
Bill Rosensohn in New York and
Yankee, co-owner Dan .Topping at
St.. Petersburg, Fla,' '.Contracts
were drawn up yesterday, accord
ing to Yakee General Manager
George Weiss at St. Petersburg.
Rosensohn announced the selec
tion of New York form among 11
bidding cities Tuesday at a press
conference in the Hotel Manhat
tan.:. He also announced the $60
000 guarantee against the erosl
gate, whicH he believes will ranee
between $800,000 and on million
dollars.
The multi millionarire Zecken-
dorfs Bill Sr., and Bill Jr con confirmed
firmed confirmed the guarantee at the press
conierence. And young Bill said.
"we're making this guarantee io
show the world that New York
has as much guts as other cities
in going after outstanding attrac
tions.
Bill Sr., is president of the Webb
and Knapp Real Estate and In
vestment Com. Bill Jr.. is Dresi
dent of the Zeckendor Hotel Corp
a subsidiary, of Webb and Knapp.
Shoujd the fight fail to draw a
gross gate of $600,000 the Zecken
dorfs will make up the difference
lor promoter Rosensohn.
During nearly six weeks of bid
ding since world champion Patter
son and Sweden s unbeaten Johan
sson champion of Europe, signed
tneir light contracts on Jan.
there were three one-half-milliori
guarantees offered from Chicaso
Minneapolis and Colorado Serines
v;oio.
Clung; Ken and Women Be Behind
hind Behind the Atom, Riedman; Story
or tne Naval Academy, Riesen
berg; tJnderstan d 1 n g Time,
Tannenbaum; We Were There
at the Boston Tea Party, Webb;
&nooung stars, Zim.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service

TAQUE" .,M
"MORAZAN ;
"ULUA" ....
"YAQUE" ..,
"MORAZAN"

Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carg
New York Service ArrFvta
Cristobal
"LIMON" $.. Mar. 15
"HEREDIA" ..Mar. 28
"JUNIOR" Mar. 29
"COMAYAGUA" ; Apr. 5
"FRA BERLANGA" Apr. 12
CRISTOBALW.C.CJ. FEEDER SERVICE
"TEX1TA" .,........ Every (15) Days'
.; -
, Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
1 York) New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
; ; and Seattle.
SPECIAL ROUND TRD? PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
: X: '
To Neiw York and Return S240.00
. To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .. S365.0P

TELEPHONES:

CRISTOBAL 2121

FOR ; SALE: 14 cubic foot
"Coaldspot'' chest type deep
freexer. Shopsmith multi-purpose
woodworking machine with ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. ..Telephone Army 82 82-3109,
3109, 82-3109, after duty hours Army 82-
5118.

FOR SALE -Magaxina subs subscription
cription subscription business. Averages $150
net monthlyi All Canal Zone ac accounts.
counts. accounts. Will sell this small lu lucrative
crative lucrative business for only $400
cash. At I am leaving country.
Tel. Panama 3,4982.
. FOR SALE: Moonay M-lt-C
Airplane $1500,00, cash. Also 38
foot Piesel powered boat. 2-
357ov;;-.,
Boats & Motors
Hew and used boats and motors
for immediate delivery, reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. We buy, sell and trade.
ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across side street Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel. Phono J-689J 3.
0264.
.'.We build, repair' and fiberglass
;- boats. Also furnish materials (do
it your self). ABERNATHY.
. Factory distributor Marina ply plywood,
wood, plywood, Perko Marine hardware,
Michigan propellers, boat Armor
' Resin vnd 'fiberglass materials.
ABERNATHY.
FOR SALE: 16' Runabout, 52"
beam bottom fiberglassed. Best
offer by 15th. Albrook 720S.
Sports Briefs
GIANTS SIGN KELLY
NEW YORK (UPI)-The New
York Giants have signed rookie
Ellison Kelly of Michigan State to
a iy& contract. Kelly, a 230'
pound guard who played both of
fense and deiense for the Spar
tans, was the. Giants' No. 5 draft
choice, i ' i
ENTERS OPTIMIST MEET
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (UPI)-Ron
Delany of Ireland, worjd indoor
mile record-holder, has accepted
an invitation to run in the Opti Optimist
mist Optimist Invitational Track Meet here
March 17. Delany established a
new indoor mile mark of 4:01.4
in last Saturday's Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus meet in New York.
TRACK TEAM ENTERED
NEW YORK (UPI) A four-man
United States track .and field
squad will compete in. in inter international
national international meet at Pari Saturday,
The team 'consists of high-jumper
George Dennis, pole vaulter Don
Bragg, sprinter Paul Winder Of
Morgan State, and hurdler Elias
Gilbert of Winston-Salenu
'SKINS GET ReVENGI
' WASHINGTON (UPI) he
Washington Redskins got some
revenge against the Canadian
Football League today by corral corral-ing
ing corral-ing star Calgary quarterback Ea Eagle
gle Eagle Day, whom they drafted in
1956. The 'Skins have lost three
of their high draft choices Jim
Wood of Oklahoma State and
quarterbaek Joe Kapp of Califor California
nia California to Calgary and quarterback
Don Allard of Boston College to
Ottawa.
ArrlvM
Cristobal
Mar. 14
Mar. 20
..Mar. 28
..Apr. 4
..Apr. 11
PANAMA 2-2904
. i

FOR SALE: Lore 500 m4 1.000
meters, hi the Nueve Hipodreme
Urbanization, across the Ramos)
Racetrack. All, lots with etreet
fronts, towage, water main aid
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.

FOR SALE Lot 1.066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta. situated between "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from a.m. to 12 neon and from
v 2 p.m. t S .gum.
FOR SALE: No dealers three
houses built on on lot of 2643
m2, in Vista Hermesa. Apply
personally to Libreria Preciado.
FOR SALE: Santa Clara. Ont
large house and one small house.
Completely furnished on one
large lot with shades trees. Walk
to beach. Near f hilps .cottages.
PhoneMergarita 3233 or visit
on March 14th h 15th.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pup. Call Navy 3689, v
after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Puppies. Father
German Shepherd, Mother Wei
marian. $25.00; 93-B Fort Kob,
be, TeL 84-4246.
PACIFIC SIDE
Bright battine featured bv an
winnings ol 43 and 25 by "R. Flem-
mingjb (Laughy) and C. Mike of
the Clovelly C.C. was the keynote
in a match played under the aus
pices f the Pacific Cricket
League between the Clovelly C.C.
led by C. Thomas and the Parai Parai-so
so Parai-so C.C. skippered by J. Bruton
which ended in a, draw, at Parai
so on Sunday March 8. '.
Scores were Paraiso C.C. 16
runs ail out and Clovelly 116 for
9 wickets.
Winning the toss and batting
on a good wicket Capt, Bruton e
pened with G. Jackman and L.
Brown to, the bowling of J. Al Al-leyne
leyne Al-leyne and W. Brathwaite both
batsmen played the bowling confi confidently
dently confidently taking the score to 18 when
Jackman n facing Jimmott who
had replaced' Alleyned delivered
his first ball and succeeded in
having him taken at forward
short leg by Capt. Thomas.
A. Luke followed and played
sound cricket until he lifted a full
toss .where wicket-keeper Moore
brought off' a fine catch; his con contribution
tribution contribution was 13 and two wickets
were down for 50 runs. Scott who
followed scored 11 runs before he
was caught by Moore off J i m m-mott's
mott's m-mott's bowling.
Two ijuick wickets fell and B.
Williams Joined L. .Brown who
was 'giving a good exhibition of
sound batting while Williams was
getting aquainted with the pace
of the wicket, however, at 73
Brown was bowled by Jimmott
for a well played 34.
Williams was Partnered by Dun
can who after assisting him in
taking the score to 116 was run
out for 14. Williams went sooa
after for 29 without anv addition
io me score as uapt. momas
took the remaining 2 wicktts for
zero each,.
Bowling for Clovelly T. Jim
mott took 3 wickets for t run, C.
Thomas 3 fqr 36, J. Alleyne 2 for
267, G. Moore 1 for 22, W, Brath Brathwaite
waite Brathwaite 0 for 20 and C. Mike 0 for
4.
"Jlhe presence of Chester Miki
and Osiar Rollox at the crease
to open the .Clovellv innine meant
that they were, going for the runs
but B. Williams thought other otherwise
wise otherwise as he bowled Mike for 25.
The first, pair realizing 38 ; runs,
5 runs later Rollox also was bowl bowled
ed bowled bv' Williams fnr 14 Tint
brought Moore md Flemmings to together
gether together but after hitting a 4.
Moore was caught by Luke off
G. Brutons bowling.
ine score was at this stage 81
for 3 wfcltete and Rrilfan hnwlifio
like a demon sent back 2 more
batsmen for an addition at anw
2 runs. meanwhilp vi
was weii'st and with sdme help
from loore 5, R. Cyrus 8 took
the score to when ox fame
2 Vn. n,-3i'e Brutnr. eetl dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed him. for a o-.shlng .43 runs.
Capt. Thomas and J: Alleyne, the
Clovedy. left hand bowler careful-
ly Played o.time taking the
icnre .. -,ia .,.'
Bow'btf for P-iMiso, ,B.? ,Wit
jinins uok 3 wtcicets 'or 39 runs
r-m f .r 16, C. Cox t for
ana a Luke 0 for 1?.
' umpires were A.: Barber and
walker. ; y-'t
' The prizes riven by the leacue
were won by B, Williams for tak taking
ing taking the most wtrfrpta and n
Flemmings for making the hlgh-
w score in uiemaicn.
Sunday. March 1!t. Parnlcn P r
will meet the Womack Amerlr-'an
Whisky C.C. at Paraiso. Game

Cricket News

start at 12:30 p.m.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS v
. DRAWER "A" DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
: PHONI BALBOA 8709

v
Balboa Church, of God. Headquart-f
ers Cleveland, Tenneetsee, wel welcome
come welcome yon to services held In the
Rebecca end I.O.O.Fvttall, Bel Bel-boa
boa Bel-boa C. Z. Located m. Balboa
Road across from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Coeoli 3035.
Dr. Wendehake ftedical Clinic,
opposite Chase Bank, Central
Avenoe1-117. Phone 2-3479.
Wanted Position
Good cook and laundress house- (
keeper will stay m call Rainbow
City 3-1443. v
Reward for return of silver and
, rhinestont leaf design brooch
lost Saturday nit front National ..
City Bank or Balboa movie. Call
Panama 3-1510 or Amador 5294
off. hours. ; ;
Wanted to'Buy
WANTED TO BUY: II ft.
kerosene refrigerator. Call Tel.
3-4132 or Box 5107.
WANTED. 1953, 1954, 1956
Chevrolet Station Wagon, pre preferably
ferably preferably 9 passenger. Phono 2-
4)260.
Wall. Street
XHATTEfc
NEW YORK: 'March U fCPlW
Bache and "Co. holds that the mar
ket's refusal to back away in the

iace of adverse development indw

cates higher levels ars to be wit
nessed.
International Nickel, aided bv
higher copper prices and a bright
ouuook lor nickel, should show, a
suDstantiai advance in 1959 over
the 2.60 estimated share earnings
lor 1958, says Alfred L. Vanden
Broeck and Co.
Reynolds and Co. says Current
prospects are promising for Hart
bcnatfner and Marx whose 1958
net declined to S4.17 a share from
$4.33 in 1957. f "i, 1
Hayden. Stone end Co. lists 10
stocks it says still seems under
valued on a statistical and tech
nical basis; National Sugar. Pull'
man, Newport News Shipbuilding,
xexas uuit suiohur. acf indu
tries Dresser, American Seating,
United Aircraft;v Yals and Towne,
ana sunray.
Standard and Poors lists sev
en stocks at which it calls mark marked
ed marked down prices: American Elec
tric Co., CIT Financial, Commer

. : i r l r .1 . 1
Stoves, First National Stores:, Le
high Portland Cement, and Pitts
ton Co. ' ... k
Walston and Co.' also oublishei
a list of .stocks with depressed
prices which may have specula
tive notentiaL These uiclude Lib
by Mc NeU, Lhemetron, General
Precision; Great Northern vPaper,
Tidewater' Oil,: Wheeling Stee,
Rayonier, Anaconda Wire and. Ca
ble. Chrysler;. Koppers Co. and
Diamond-Gardner ;
Panamatno
Colllnao
Ninetv-four passengers are
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
for' New York Saturday, March
14, aboard the Panama Liner
Cristobal, according to the ad
vance passenger list.
Five passengers, including
Bronson B. Powell, of the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization, and Mrs. Pow Powell
ell Powell are booked for Port -au
Prince," Haiti.
canal employes bound for
New York are Mr, and Mrs.
Freeland R. Hollowell and son;
ana irene a. LAaracn.
REPAIR. SALES ft
INSTALLATION SERVIC&f
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FONO'S RICORDEBS!
REFRIGERATORS --aH,
AIR CONDITIONERS'
ALL WASHING MACHINES.
SOUND SYSTEMS
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ACP Ind
Advocate Asestos
Alleghany Corp
, Aluminium Ltd.
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer TeJ and lei
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas 'Fuel
-AVCO Mfg ;
Beth Weer
.Bettinger Corp
. Bicroft .Uranium
' BrMsh.Pet i
" Burroughj
. Canadian, tails
OelanescoMw
" Cer ro &e Pasco
Chicago Grt West
'Chrysler -Z"
Cities Servlci--Coastal
Cafibt
Creole Pet -.
Crown'Cork and Seal
(.Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont j
El Paso Natural Gas
- Eversharp-
Fairchild Enjgine
Felmont Pet
General. Dynamics
General Electrie
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsqo Steef
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial QuV
Intl Pet
Intl Tel and Tel
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Martin Co'.
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Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA 1 f
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
, San, Jacinto -Shell
Transp
Signal Oil' and Gas
Sinclair, Oil ''
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand
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Nasser Charges Reds Incited Revolt
In Iraq To Divide Arabian Peoples
f DAMASCUS, Syria (UPI) United Arab Republic President Carnal Abdel Nasser
charged today the Communists, seeking to spilt the Atab world, were to blame for the
crisis that touched off the Iraqi revolt.
Nasser, addressing crowds of wildly cheering demonstrators, lashed back at Iraqi
leaders for their attacks on his regime and served notice that local Reds wquld not
succeed in dragging the UAR into the Communist camp.
.Speaking out for the first time since the brief-lived Mosul revolt, Nasser deliver delivered
ed delivered his first direct assault at Iraqi Premier Abl Karim Kassen, who, appeared to have won
del Karim Kassen, who appeared to have won rn Iraq.

Whilt Nisser pokt th Com Communist
munist Communist Party newspaper in
Baghdad, Ittihad Al Shaab, said
the last rebel holdouts had sur surrendered
rendered surrendered in the north Iraqi oil
city of Mosul Tuesday night.
The Baghdad newspaper
-barged, however, the UAR was
i'ill massing dissident tribesmen
snd "Syrian nationalists" across
.he Iraqi border.
Nasser, speaking from a balco--iy
overlooking El Jiwa Square,
harged that Kassem and the
Communists were attempting to
sabotage Arab unity. He accused
hem of "organizing demonstra demonstrations"
tions" demonstrations" and "uttering slander
against the UAR.
. But he declared that these tac tac-line
line tac-line wm ilH not make the United
-Arab Reoublic "surrender
our
mission of uniting the
Arab
rrf.'sser's speech followed
Baghdad press and ndi
charges making it plain that the
Kassem regime blamed tne
UAR for supporting ths Sunday
uprising in oil-rich north Iraq.
Free-Loader Sends
NY Subway $10
Conscience Money
NEW YORK (UPI)-The con conscience
science conscience of a longtime subway fare
evader finally has got the best of
bim.
The New York City Transit Au Authority
thority Authority reported yesterday it had
received a $10 bill from an anony anonymous
mous anonymous hitherto free-loading passen passenger.
ger. passenger. Enclosed was a note which
aid :
. "I am sendin.; to you here in inclosed,
closed, inclosed, a payment for rides on
ftre transit system for which I did
not pay. Will you please put it
in the conscience fund?"
The transit authority said it was
the largest "conscience" payment
in its history.
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The Iraqis said the mutiny was
crushed and its leader, Col. Ab Abdel
del Abdel Wahab Shawaf, dead.
Th UAR chief told 2,000 Syrian
student demonstrators that "those
Communists demonstrating in

Baghdad against your republic
are. foreign agents and used to
get orders from outside our home
land. That's why we fought."
Making obvious references to
Kassem's leftist policies, Nasser
called the Iraqi leader Kassem
Al-iruq" a play on words mean
ing "divider of Iraq."
The students in Damascus had
demonstrated yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, angrily denouncing the "in "in-suits"
suits" "in-suits" transmitted against the
UAR by Iraq's radio during the
past two days. The crowds in the
Tiny Japanese Girl
Granted Divorce
From Burly Marine
MEMPHIS (UPI) A tiny Japan Japanese
ese Japanese girl was granted a divorce
from her husky Marine husband
today by a judge who refused to
believe the Marine's complaints
about her.
"I put little stock in a Marine
sergeant's allegations of physical
violence by a 98-pound woman,"
Chancellor Ceylon Frazer said. "it
so. I think we need a new Marie
Corps and I am a great admirer
of the Marines.'
The shattered East-West ro
mance involved Yosni NismoKa
Burleson, 27, who said she was in
love with her adopted country,
and William M. Burleson, 29, now
stationed at Camp Lejeune, N. C.
Yoshi, who weighs 98 pounds,
was granted an interlocutory ae-
cree, a bed and board divorce
for one year.
Burleson had filed for divorce,
claiming among other things that
Yoshi was "very jealous" and on
one occasion hit him.
Yoshi admitted that she hit her
husband with a bathrom scale,
but claimed she did so m self de de-louse.
louse. de-louse. She testified that Burleson
told her that he loved both her
and another woman "and couldn't
make up his mind between the
two."
She also charged that Burleson
accused her of "being stupid" be because
cause because she couldn't speak English
clearly.
Said the court: .
"This was a case of a bride
being brought to a country that
was strange to her, but she at attempted
tempted attempted to fulfill her duties as a
wife. Perhaps the difference in
race origin caused some of their
difficulties."
"It is, plain that the sergeant is
possibly interested in another wo woman
man woman or other women. He has tired
nf that which, he felt desirable in
Knbe, Japan.'
Frazer dismissed the 210 -tiound
Burleson's bill' Yoshi's al allotment
lotment allotment of $137.10 monthly will
continue, and she was awarded
their trailer home and furnishings.
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streets chanted, "Kassem, trai traitor."
tor." traitor." Nasser blasted Kassem 24 hours
after Iraq expelled 10 UAR diplo diplomats,
mats, diplomats, apparently on the grounds
that Iraq suspected the Cairo re regime
gime regime of fomenting the revolt.
In other developments:
Cairo reports said that at least

60 rebels, including some civilians
had been executed summarily af after
ter after the Mosul uprising and that
Iraqi firing squads were still at
work.
In London, the foreign Office
said that Iraq had informed
Britain officially of the death of
the revolt leader. Col. Shawaf.
Private dispatches reachins
London suggested that- the at
tempted anti-Communist uprtyng
failed because the array com
mander in north Iraa. Brie. Nad-
nem .amei TabaKjau, switched
allegiance to the Kassem regime:
at the last minute.
A Baghdad dispatch said that
boiling anti-Nasser demonstra-'
tions broke, out in the Iraqi capital,
with screaming mobs brandishing
sticks, axes and rope as they pai
raded through the streets.
Moscow radio in .a broadcast
beamed to Arab listeners and
monitored in London, aid, the
abortive revolt in Iraq J 'helped
the imperialist circles, the worst
enemies of the freedom of the
Arabs and their unity."
Janowllz To play i
For ESslll' Choir1 I
Al Ft. Amador
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PROF. HANS JANOWITZ
Prof. Hans Janowitz of Panama
City is the tphmteer organist for
the Easter Chmr to sing at the sun
rise service for the Pacific side
which will be held on the Bay of
Panama near the Officers' Club at
Fort Amador oh Easter Day, Mar
29. The service will begin at six in
the morning. Thousands attend
this service annually. Last year a
choir of 500 participated.
Janowitz was born in Czechoslo
vakia. He studied under the re renowned
nowned renowned artist, Stradal, and was
the lattec's associate on many con
cert tours in Bohemia and Prague.
He is a member of the teaching
faculty of the National Conserva
tor yof Music and has been soloist
with the Nati6nal Symphony Or
chestra.
Janowitz has worked with many
outstanding artists including Alfre
do de Saint-Malo, Alexander Fein Fein-land.
land. Fein-land. Elisabeth Feinland, Lawrence
Winters, Dorothy Maynor, Henry
Szeryng, Jacobo van de Woude and
others.
For the past eight years, Jano
witz has been the organist for the
Protestant congregation at the Ft.
Amador chapel.
All Protestant churches in the
Canal Zone and Panama CityTiave
been invited to participate in the
Pacific Easter sunrise service. The
public also Is invited. Ample park parking
ing parking space will be provided.
Navy Brass
WASHINGTON (UPI) Any
year now we (or more likely the
Russians) will be shooting a
space man 221,000 miles up to the
moon. Yet we haven't gotten
around to sending anybody seven
miles down into the deepest hole
in the ocean; And we don't seem
in any hurry to do it.
Man hag been sailing since
Noah. Yet here were some of our
top' sailors admitting to a House
Merchant 0 Marine n subcommittee
they know'S'very, little" about the
seas that cover, two-thirds of our
earth.-
Subcommittee members were
shocked at the news, and not too
hopeful on what .they could do
about it.
You can get billions of dollars
to explore outer space," moaned

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pair of practice ice skates equipped with rubber rollers in-
tead of blades.. Displayed at Wiesbaden, Germany, the skates
can be used in the home since the rollers permit' the Wearer
toilide noiselessly, over floors without leaving ictjatchesv

Ghost Of Anti-Semitic Past
Returns To Haunt W. Germany

FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
A ghost of Germany past has
pome back to haunt the people of
Germany present.
German courts are riot exactly
full these days of cases involving
anti-Semitism, but there are
enough of them to disturb both
government and Jewish leaders
alike.
There is not even proof that
there is more anti-Semitism here
than in many other places in the
world. But because of the past,
the recent rash of anti-Semitic oc
currences in West Gferai&hy has
sent a chill up the German spine
and brought new guarantees from
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Adenauer, in an Interview with
West Germany's only Jewish
newsnaner. declared that the Ger
man neople had reacted with dis
gust to events of the Nazi era Snd.
that this fact could not De invali invalidated
dated invalidated by isolated acts of anti anti-Semitism.
Semitism. anti-Semitism. He added that the policy of the
Nazi regime toward the Jews had
brought disgrace on "all of us"
and would not be' repeated.
Adenauer's reference was to the
six million Jews 5 Who died in the
gas chambers or by worse means
under the resime of Adolf Hitler,
and to the government's present
determination to re-integrate West
Germany's remaining .30,000 Jews
into West German life.
Most West Germans seem to
approach the problem today with
me enm iascmauon ml a man
drawn' irresistibly to the edge of
a cliff. He doesn t want to go
there, but he does anyway.
There is no chance that the
West German will be allowed to
forget the atrocities' of the Hitler
regime. In the pleasant little town
of Dachau a fe.. miles from Mu Munich,
nich, Munich, the gas chambers still stand
as a grim memorial, as do others
throughout liermany.
Written into the constitution of
the West German republic are
laws aeainst anti-Semitism.
And the laws are enforced. Here
are a few recent cases: cases:-A
A cases:-A Bavarian sanatorium attend
ant who said he'd volunteer for,
duty in death camps if they were
reopened three months in jail.
A textile salesman who said
that the Jews should be wiped out
seven months in jail.
two officials in- the. state, of
Hesse reparations hffice?who al
legedly sang anti-Semttie v. songs
and made" anti-Semitic .statements
in their office suspended from
their posts pehdihgi investigation.
A Frankfurt state attorney
who alleeedlv 'made .anu-Semitic
remarks M suspended, pending -in-
vestigaiion.,
A teacher who casf? doubt bn
the authenticity - of the Anne
Franks uianes uspndea-'peiia
ine investiffalion...;
These : cases, and' others like
them. tend, to throw a harsher
lieht on events here than else
where where there are no such
laws. There are those here, including-
some Jewish leaders, .who
believe that so much attention

Says US Should Have Look Undersea

Chairman George P. Miller (D (D-Calif.).
Calif.). (D-Calif.). "But we'll have a hard
time getting millions to colore
our own oceans. M i. v
What prompted 'MUler'i, peering
into the depths was a recent
warning from the National Acad-:
emy of Sciences. ,9" "Vv'.-
The scientists said with missile
subs and the like the seas now,
are more crucial than' space in
safeguarding tur country. Nation National
al National survival may hinge on ; what
w don't know about .our, ocean,
theysaia.1'-v;'v.i:.. Mf. :t,'-':,3'
We are better acquainted with
the surface of the moon than with
(he depths of our seas, the scien scientists
tists scientists said.
Though we can direct satellites
into orbit around the sun, we still
can't navigate submarines under

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dents incidents 'Others feel that" even stronger
counter-measures should be taken
and that new means should be
found to impress upon a new gen generation
eration generation of German youth the in inhumanities
humanities inhumanities and ultimate failure of
Nazism",- that today's nightmare
from yesterday should not become
the reality of- tomorrow
British Economist
Warns US Policies
May Aid Communists
LONDON (UPI)-Sir David Ec-
cles, president of the B r i t s h
Board of Trade, assailed U. S.
trade policies yesteray and
warned they may benefit Commu Communism,
nism, Communism, in the long run.
The man responsible for British
trade policy implied that the
United States was losing its lead
er snip in the western world be because
cause because of its protectionist attitude
toward, worm trade. CommUJ118"1
stands W glin from this attitude,
he said.
Ih a speech at an American
Chamber of Commerce lunch, Ec Ec-cles
cles Ec-cles called for more liberal trad
ing policies than are now prac
ticed. ir .i
"If the free world is -to sur
vive,'' said Eccles," our -coopera
tion in economic policy is at least
as important as our cooperation
in defense and strategy."
Eecles contended U. S. quotas
on wool, lead and zinc and re
strictions on oil imports were re
ducing economic cooperation not
only between Britain ,and the,
United States but also between
Britain and her Commonwealth
partners.
Prime Minister Harold Mac Mac-millan
millan Mac-millan said in the House of Com Commons
mons Commons yesterday that he would
discuss the whole trade issue
when he goes to Washington next
week to see President Eisenhow
er.
US To Transfer
A-Power Sub Plant
To British Navy.
WASHINGTON (UPI) -iw. The
United S ate s has agreed to
transfer to the British navy;; one
of the latest type submarine
atomic power plants plus share
parts, design and other -data, the
Atomic energy commission an announced
nounced announced yesterdav. 1
The reactor, similar to that in installed
stalled installed in the new U.S.S. Skip Skipjack,
jack, Skipjack, will be installed in the Brit British
ish British submarine Dreadnought, the
gHiivuiiceineui SBiQ.
Under the agreement, the West.
inghouse Electri Corp., has con contracted
tracted contracted to sell" to Rolls Royce a
complete reactor for installation
in the Dreadnought: The hulj of
the Dreadnought has been modi modified
fied modified to accommodate the atomic
power plant. j
Water with certain knowledge just
where they are. Nor can we count
on spotting an. enemy's subs.
Vice Adm. A. C. Richmond,
commandant of the Coast Guard,
and' C. ft. Denison, research chief
for' the Maritime Administration,
confirmed the worst of what, the
scientists said.
"We know very little about the
sea," Richmond told the subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. "What we do know is
most superficial,"
?.We .must depend for basic re re-searchhon
searchhon re-searchhon other agencies," fsaid
Denison1. "And when we go to
them for information, 'often it
isn't there."
Miller hinted darkly tha,t the
Russians, already boasting a lead
in pace, may also be pulling
ahead under the sea. He pro

Senate Gives Draft Four! -More Werl?
With Only One" Dissident; Vote

WASHINGTON (UPD-The Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, with 'only one, dissent,
yesterday approved a four-year
extension of the draft act urgently
requested by the Eisenhower ad administration.
ministration. administration. The 90-1 'vote came after Armed
Services Committee Chairman
Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) called
on the Senate1 to show the United
States "means, what it says when
it says, we must maintain the mil military
itary military v strength of the United
states;
Tie'Senate previously defeated
oner move to trim. -the extension-!
to ; two-years' 'and1 'another one
which would have set up a mili military
tary military i m anpower, -cfcromission to
studtf the draft law- -and possible
"alte'rnativegJ
The measure now goes hack to
the House, -which passed an al almost
most almost identical extension earlier.
It can i accept the Senate version
or demand a conference to ham hammer
mer hammer ,6ut the -differences.
Tjhe i -only senator voting against
the four-year .extension was Sen.
Wifliam Xanger R-N,D.),
A- ': r
The Senate beat. down by 67-24
an amendment by Sen. Wayne
Morse (D-Ore.)" to limit the ex extension'
tension' extension' to two years, Morse eon-
Army Seeks Bids
On Scrap Property
Before Mar. 30
The V&. Army Caribbean
Property Disposal Office has is issued,
sued, issued, Invitations to bid on mis miscellaneous'
cellaneous' miscellaneous' items of salvage and
scrap property no longer need needed
ed needed by the federal government.
Several plywood storm boats,
a variety 01 userL pneumatic
tires and miscellaneous me
chanical parts for automobiles
and airplanes are among the
items to be disposed of. House Household
hold Household and office furniture, in
cluding desks, duplicating ma-
cmnes, .dressers, tables, cnests,
and plumbing, equipment, make
up other lots.
Bids, .which must be sealed
and submitted in ouadruDlirate.
will be opened at 9 a.m. .March
30 in Building 706, Corozal.
Arrangements to inspect the
material may be made by tele telephoning
phoning telephoning the Property Disposal
Office, Coro;:l 4149.
PONY TALE Horse'i tail,
hanging from a silver ball,
marks a barbershop in Zurich,
Switzerland. Barbers In .this
part of Europe commonly used
these tails a century; ago, but
the sight is uncommon today.
duced, from the library of Con-
gress, six volumes on .ocean re
search which he said were pub published
lished published in Russia in the past half
qwen.- years.:-
, All were in Russian. He didn't
know what they said. ?
Miller is a member also of the
House Space Committee, which
has been drawing good crowds to
its hearings ir the big House cau caucus
cus caucus room. The Merchant -Marine
subcommittee met in the smallest
hearing fnom in the House Office
Building. But Jt was no problem
at all gettmg a seat. ; : V
"Shooting off' into, space is ex exciting,"
citing," exciting," said Miller, sadly. "No "Nobody
body "Nobody seem to care much about
what they can't, see under the
ocean."' v.

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ducted a pint-sized filibuster Tuei-

aay mgnt to an almost empty
Senate chamber on the dtodasoH
extension, i s, ;
Defeated 68-24 vote was ah
amendment by, Sen,; Francis Case
(R-S.D.) which wnnlH ha
the study ; commission.? i
rtusseu contendedrthat another
government commission ,w o u 1 d
serve "no useful, purpose ; He
said Congress could not solve the
manpower :oroblem "h nmnix
Denraa 'another? cora-missinn an.
pointed by the President."
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