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FOUR-LANE 4TH OF JULY
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VhK-JOB "F WIDENING the Fourth of July Avenue into a four-lane highway 'begtas ofclaUy
next week but the preliminaries are already underway,',with their associated botUenecics, as
Sjese pftotos taken tbday show, Atino time during the -widening operation Wiethe avenue be
ctosed ta traffic, but there will be many Tine-way stretches from time to time. The job li i being
' done by Blldon Inc. as part of the linn's contract ftfjs the eastern approaches to the Balboa
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Pilot- Tells Story of
Which Sent Him, 2
Ve aw H relieved that no one
was more seriously hurt m the
crash f'-said-Carlos Samayoa, 33 33-fear
fear 33-fear 'old Guatemalan Pilot, m an
Interview -at Gorgas Hospital to-
Samayoa was at the controls f
the twin-engined Aere Commander
Which crashed Tuesday -on take take-eff
eff take-eff from the, Rey Island landing
Strip. Although 'Ms memory is
clear regarding ; the; events just
prior to flierash heeeid-he.ie un unable
able unable to find any explanation for
fte accident' .S
There f wait a strong g u s t y
rosswind when we landed at4:30
Stfternooni no crosswinds
at the.time of takeoff nearly an
Sou? ater V thsofl-spoken f pilot
and then ben e tplanerwas a
? feet off the ground the nose
.-Jr.harnly to the left and we
E lh b?nk in that direction.?
lamayof added that when he
pulled the nose PB .W.voia
head on impact.
Since the plane war so low
5 Two Canadian 'destroyer-escorts,
thnr HMCS Sacuenav 1 and -ttoe
HMCS St. TumnL'f-arrived at
' Cristobal early today and transit transited
ed transited the. Canal. 'jf.'-'-iv' '
The 2000-ton -shios- will be
berthed at Rodman Naval Sta-,
tion. until next' week,. when .they
will continue to San Dieao. v' j
r Each ship carries 230 officers
and men The commanding offi
cer of the Saguenay. is Cmdlf. D
, S.- Boyle. Cmdr. M. H, G. PSge
commands the St. Laurent V i j.'.,
Also tied up at Rodman is the
U. S. Navy cable-laying ship Aeo Aeo-lus,
lus, Aeo-lus, which is schedulpd to transit
Monday.-The Aeolus is en route
to Portsmouth, N.H.
2-0975 Col6n 779 797
believes the raised nose dropped
the tail 6kid to the runway,
which may have made the long
skid mark noticed by a Manama
aeronautics inspector Juan Mas
who visited the crash scene.
The pilot, who lost conscious
ness when me impact occurred,
said there was no change from
normal flight attitude before the
plane suddenly veered, and no
sign oi power loss or. engine iau-
The $125,000 luxury plane, which
was fully equipped with, the
most modern flight and engine
instruments, was almost demo
lithed in the crash. :- i-
Samavoa. with Elmer Orf, v'an
employe of the Panama Canal Ac
counting Division ana a passenger
on the flight, was trapped in the
forward section after the port pro
peller ripped through the plane s
J Barney Foreeson.-a civilian em
ploye of ther Navy and the second
passeneer. managed to free him
self from the wreckage despite a
paintui hack injury, and summon
am from the Pescadora, a fismng
cruiser anchored off Cocos Foint,,
; The, Pescadora,. owned by Forge Forge-son
son Forge-son and Orr, had been loaned to
Richard. Thompson, a contracting
executive, for a fishing expedition.
' Earlier In. the dav Samavoa had
flown Thompson's party to Tocu-
men Airport irom Guatemala ci city.
ty. city. At Tocumen, they were joined
by Forgeson. and Orr for the
short transfer flight" The Pescado Pescado-ra
ra Pescado-ra was already, in Perlas Islands
waters. '.''!'.; X".. .r-"ry ,;)
5 After i helicopter rescue j mis mission
sion mission i failed Tuesday night, 1 the
fishing party did everything pos possible
sible possible to make the Injured trio cm
fortable for, -the night.-v.t-';vt,i:iJ),
Blankets and mattresses were
brought ashore from the boat and
Dft K. N. Ostergard. Washington,
D.C., one;, of .r the fishing party,
spent the" night in constant at attendance
tendance attendance upon the three men. ad administering
ministering administering what medical aid was
rs V;y ; in nsEFcaa 7X HB1 w newspaper
Wfll M Hi n
Ief ifo people
Samvyee said that for-him th
night1 would have been comfort comfortable'
able' comfortable' except for hordes ef in in-aectf
aectf in-aectf and sand' flies,.. All thra
of fha mjured -men ware badly
insect-bitten during the night's
The Guatemalan pilot was still
recovering today from head lacer
ations and an injured ankle. He waji
chatting in uie hospital with noy
Gardner, ground servicfe supervisor
for the Aero-fDesiga and Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Co., BethanyVOklav who
flew to Panama to Jnspect '. the
wreckage for the manufacturer.
Samavoa.. who has logged more
than 4000 hours as a pilot, is licens
ed as a flight instructor and as. a
commercial pilot in both single
and multi-eneined wanes un to
and Including DC-3 equipment.
His experience has included com commercial
mercial commercial flying for- Guatemalan
airlines and more than seven
years of service with his country
air force. -. ;.
Jose R. Avila, 43, Panamanian,
was fined $25 today in Balboa Ma Magistrate's
gistrate's Magistrate's Court for being drunk
and unable to care for himself in
a public piace. i-r,
Dario Lee, 33, Panamanian, also
drew a $25 fine after police who
stopped him on Tivoll Avenue found
that his auto registration plate Was
issued for a car other than the one
Lee was driving at the time.j J ,v
Also at this morning's court tes
sion, Jocelin A. Small, 20, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was found guilty of vagrancy,
fined $25 and sentenced to serve
28 days in jail.', The fine J was
suspended and Lee will be placed
on probation for- one year after
serving his jail sentence.' ;
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hut tk truth mtd ths
f ANAMA, R. P. FRIDAY,
Extra-maneuverable PC Tug
Wfll U-Turn in Gaillard Cut
.jt'iMirn eonirket wu timed
Robert D. Brown. Jr.. Enrineerinr and Construction Director,
with Thomas D. Bowes, well-kftown naval architect and nsi nsi-neer.
neer. nsi-neer. ior the design and construction of a new type of Panama
Canal tuf to be u$ed by the Dredrinj DiTision tat GaiUard Cut.
Special characteristics Included hi the specifications will
permit the tugboat to turn without backing in the 300-foot
reaches of Gaillafd Cut and have the maximum effectiveness
in taking the increasingly larger superships through that nar narrow
row narrow part of the Canal.
Described as a special purpose tug for use in the Panama
Canal-cuts and reaches to assist super-tankers and large ore
ships during transit, the vessel will be designed by Bowes with
ease of maneuverability as of first importance.
The liew tug will be from 100 to
105 feet in length, 28 to 30 feet in
beam "and have a normal mean
draft ei 13 "feet
IT wut have a cruising speed of
12 to 14 knots and a Canal transit
speed ef six knots. ,;;
With a maximum driving pew
r ef $400 brake horsepower sup.
plied by a single dlesel engine,
the tug will be able te maneuver
quickly by means ef a electro electro-hydraulic
hydraulic electro-hydraulic typo steering gearnav gearnav-Ing
Ing gearnav-Ing a "hard-over to hard-ever
maximum" range ef 70 dtgreee
wlthln18 Mconds. k
Bowes stated that the neW, Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal tug would be quite s
milar in design to inose now u?bl
in ISeW iorx- niuui
big car. float.
Bowes is probably the foremost
designer of tugs in ve uuu
ctot.. Mnd tinpn he became an
"" .si. i.!.. -in
active- TnarutJrcottecw1.n 7
Last Monlh Was
t .ct wnnth wis "the driest Feb
ruary on record,, with ,,an ayeyage
w m nf n inch of rain rec
orded at the 13 weather stations
ir, hm Tonal Ziffle, according tO
the monthly report lssuea oy w
Panama Canal Meteorological and
BydrographiC- srancn, .
w wu th driest month in 30
years for the station at Portobelo
ivhol thrft Wax OniV .Vi Oi an
Inch of ram. Cristo&ai ana iam
boa exoerieoced their driest. Feb
ruary since 189T and 1891 respec
February was the 10th consecu
tive month with runott oeiow nor
mal and the 2nd. lowest eeorua'
rv .mi th hutorv of the canal, nun
off from' the entire Gatun Lake
basin was 55 per cent below ihe
4fi-vear, average, the report statea.
The mean temperature ior uie
month was 80.8 degrees or one de
gree above normal, ine nignesi
temperature recoraea was
Balboa Heights on ten. zz. rne
lowest, of 64.2 degrees, was ree
orded at Madden Dam on Fen. 4
Refuse To Allow
Wives To Register
Indians in the Upper Bayano re
gions refuse to allow their women
to register for new cedulas, accord
ing to a report submitted by a
committee of the Eleetoral Tribu Tribunal
nal Tribunal which returned recently from
the Bayano area.
Franklyn Bernal, who headed the
committee, said as soon as the In Indians
dians Indians became aware of the pre
sence of the committee in their vil
lages they' kept their women folk
hidden out of sight until the com
mittee left. t
Bernal said the committee was
only able to register 345 (all males)
of an estimated 1000 adults in the
Bulk Loads To Pay 4 2c
When St. Lawrence
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States and Canada yester yesterday
day yesterday set tolls for ships passing
hrough the St. Lawrence Seaway
that ate expected to pay .off the
project and put it on a pay-as-you-go
basis within 50 years, r
The 471-million-dollar seaway,
scheduled to open as soon as the
ice breaks earl, next month," will
link the Great Lake to ocean oceangoing
going oceangoing shipping.:.,;,,:';
' Secretary of Commerce Lewis
1. Strauss said it ultimately will
"stimulate. .a tremendous Impe
tus to tne economic well-being of
country k $ef" r? frratam Lincoln.
MARCH IS, 1959
TMtrdar afternoon by Col,
signed more than 400 tugs of vari
ous type. ;
His firm, which is tn Phila
delphia, Jias designed tugboats for
most of the major port craes m
the United States and also has done
work for the Maritime Commission,
the Army Engineers, and the Navy.
It is expected that he will start
work on the project immediately
upon his return to Philadelphia and
that the design and construction
will be completed in approximately
For 'Banyan Tree'
The unified Caribbeah Com
mand, was commended this week
for- kk conduct .of Exercise, Ban-
vaaXraat bv thn 11 nS Army. One,
of faGneral Maxwell ft. Taj"
,Jn a letter of appreciation to
Lt, Gen. Ridgel. Gaither, Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief Caribbean, Tay
lor ited the outstanding perfor-
mance: ef duty of the members
of th unified command and its
Army": and Air t orce components
in the planning ana execution
Of die training exercise recent recently
ly recently held at Rio Hato and in the
Speaking of the deployment
nhase. of Banvan Tree to rein
force Gaither's forces in defeat defeating
ing defeating e mythical aggressor, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor said that this exercise clear
ly domonstrated the readiness of
the Strategic Army Corps and
the Tactical Ah Command to
deploy rapidly a combined strike
force1- to a destination outside the
Continental United States.
Tavlor in his letter also asked
that Gaither convey the U. S
Army's sincere thanks for a job
well done to Maj. Gen. Charles
L. Dasher, commanding .gen .general
eral .general of U.S. Army Caribbean;
and Maj. Gen. Truman H. Lan-
don, eommander ef the Carib Caribbean',
bean', Caribbean', Air Command, and to all
other personnel concerned.
Meanwhile, a footnote was added
locally to the Banyan Tree clean cleanup
up cleanup operations in a brief announce announcement
ment announcement in the Army's Daily Bulletin.
LOST: Portable Remington
tvoawritor. with cse, serial
TneTxercis; casualty is the lessee .to turn themselves in to a
on the Public Information Office of
the 82nd Airborne Division. I
A" iguana, uun ui ja
happen to creep over the machine
in the Rio Hato area are invited
a t Jw.aMM Km. ni nnrann urhn
to telephone the Army at 6188 or
In his endorsement of Taylor's
letter to his component com commanders
manders commanders Gaither wrote, "It gives
me great pleasure to pass to you
and your personnel the thanks
and appreciation of Gen. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Chief of Staff of the United
fitatoa Armv. for the outstand
ing performance of duty which
aiffniiicantlv contributed to the
success of Exercise Banyan Tree.''
Banyan Tree, which wis high highlighted
lighted highlighted by the mass parachute
drop of almost 1400 paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers after a 2,000 mile non-stop
flight from the United States,
was one of the planned training
exercises held periodically by the
the heartland of the United
States." " ''
The joint U.S.-Canadian project!
will be dedicated formally on
June 26 In ceremonies attended
by president Eisenhower and
' E. Reece Harrill, chairman of
the U.S. Tolls Committee, esti estimated
mated estimated the fees, effective April 1,
will yield About IS million dollars
in the last nine months of this
year and gradually increase to 28
million dollars annually by 1969.
6trasl said the tolls were in intended
tended intended lo Mrmit the seawar "to
be self-justainlng and aelf -liquidat
Bus Drivers Seek
A new problem faced Panama
City authorities today as bus ana"
taxi drivers unions scheduled sev
eral meetings to seek a reorganiza
tion of bus routes and a more
equitable distribution of com commercial
mercial commercial license plates.
Agitation among chauffeur un
ions was an aftermath of a minor
conflict between the National
Guard and the new Panama City
Council over the issuing of com commercial
mercial commercial plates.
The National Guard had beoen
holding up the issuing of new
commercial plates because of its
opinion that no new ones should
be issued until tome of the pre present
sent present commercial vehicles are re removed
moved removed from .circulation.
At a meeting held earlier this
week, the Council voted that the
issuing of licenses plates was the
exclusive right of the City Treas
urer, and should not be subject to
controls the National Guard.
Last night the Council appointed
a special committee to mane an
integral study of the local public
transoortation setup and to go
ahead with issuing new commercial
The anions are anxious te have
the transportation problem looked
into, feeling that it might help to
end an alleged monopoly of bus
routes which are now assigned by
the .National uard. ;
French Judge Holds
Dr. Maurice Lacour
In lacaie Affair'
PARIS March 13 (UP) Dr
Maurice Lacour, one of the key
figure sin the complex "Lacaze Af
fair' 'that has scandalized France,
was arrested today by order of in investigating
vestigating investigating Magistrate Jacques
Lacour, 44, spent ten minutes in
Batigne's chambers and emerged
white-faced and shaken. Two police
guards took him handcuffed to the
detention cell where arrested per persons
sons persons await transfer to jail. The
charge against him was not re revealed.
vealed. revealed. Rumors of Lacourt's impending
arrest circulated after police had
watched his expensive apartment
and that of his long-time friend,
Mrs. Domenica Walter.
The cherub-faced Lacour's at attorney,
torney, attorney, Rene Floriot, said police
could have spared themselves the
trouble of watching the doctor's
apartment. It is the custom of
prominent Parisians wanted by the
I 1 I I C I
J BllinqUO 5llOWS
With RP, US Cost
Advance ticket sales indicate that
a large audience will be on hand
to see the curtain rise for the pro production
duction production of Garcia Lorca's "Blood
Wedding" at the National Theater,
on Monday and Tuesday nights,
The play, sponsored by the' Panamanian-North
American Associa Association,
tion, Association, will be performed by a bilin bilingual
gual bilingual cast who will present it in
Spanish on Monday night, and in
English the following night.
Tickets are available at Mor Morrison's
rison's Morrison's Book Store on Tivoli Ave.
Other Cargo 95c.
Seaway Opens In April
ing so that It can retire its bor borrowing
rowing borrowing within 50 years."
But the Assn. of American Kail
roads charged in a statement that
the tees "'are wnouy unrealistic
and "wilj cover less than two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the seaway costs."
"This indicates the American
taxpayer is about to be taken for
another .multi-million-dollar ride,"
the association said.
Harrill said the seaway charges
are lower than those imposed on
ships using the Panama and Suez
eanals.-... ; ,.
Minimum tolU were set at $30
Throughout the world
more people buy
than any other
In Europe May
Spur NATO Aid
WASHINGTON, March 13 (UPI) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower warned Congress today that the United Statei
might have to step up its military assistance program
uverseas Because or the Soviet threat to Europe.
Hit statement was contained in an urgent, 7000-word
message to Congress appealing for approval of his $3, $3,-930,000,000
930,000,000 $3,-930,000,000 mutual security program in the next fiscal
Eisenhower told Congress Russia's threat in Europe
might require an increase in his budget request for $1 -600,000,000
in military aid for Fiscal 1960 starting July 1.
Preliminary indications from his special commission
studying the military aid program; he said, point to an
additional "increase in the level of commitments for vital
elements of the military assistance program, primarily
for the provisions of weapons to the NATO ai'ea."
The President said he expects a
written, interim report from the
commission shortly. He promised
to make further recommendations
to Congress "as are appropriate."
Eisenhower hammered repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly in behalf of his theory that
money for mutual security is fully
as necessary mvm-A,
med forces if She United Statesi!?
to maintain the strongest possible
Allies against the "perilous con consequences"
sequences" consequences" of Soviet and Commun Communist
ist Communist bloc expansion.
"Without the strength of em em-Allies,"
Allies," em-Allies," he said, "our nation would
A. J. Catanzaro
Dies At Gorgas
Anthnnv J. Catanzaro. former
machinist in the Dredging Division,
died at 12:02 a.m. today at Gorgas
Hospital where he had been a
Tiotipnt since Feb. 9. He waS 61
Mr. Catanzaro was born in Mc-
Keesport, Pa., and served in tne
U. S. Army during the first woria
War. He came to the Isthmus jn
1942 as an employe of the Severin
Company which was engaged in the
construction of Fort Kohbe.
He joined the Canal organization
in 1943 as a machinist in tne Bal
boa Shops. He left the service the
following year and was reemploy
ed in 1950 as a machinist in-tne
Industrial Division. He was made
mntnr hoat mechanic in the Dredg
ing Division in 1953 and at the time
of his retirement in iss, was
marine mpchinist foreman,;
Mr and Mrs. Catanzaro have
been making their home with their
daughter. Mrs. Rose Brogle, of
In addition to his wife, he Is sur
vived by two sons. John S.. of An An-con:
con: An-con: and Thomas, a student in the
University of Florida; two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Brocie. and Mrs. Anita
Overholtzer. of Gatun, and eight
Rosary services will be held at
:30 p.m. Monday in the Gorgas
Hospital Mortuary Chapel. Funeral
services will be held Tuesday atf
8:30 a.m. in the Sacred Heart
Chapel in Ancon.
Military honors will be accorded
by members of the U. S. Army
during graveside services to be
held at Corozal following the fun funeral
eral funeral services In Ancon.
for pleasure craft and $60 for all
other vessels from Montreal
through the V'elland Canal to
Lake Erie and beyond.
On ocean-going craft, charges of
42 cents a ton will be levied on
bulk cargo and 95 cnts a ton on
The joint announcement said
bulk cargo means goods that are
loose or in masso, such as grains.
seed, cement, wood pulp, coke,
petroleum, ores, and ,plg iron.
All goods not considered bulk are
Passengers will be charged
$7.50 for the full route,
be turned into an armed camp and
our people subjected to a heavy
draft and an annual cost of many
billions of dollars above our nre nre-sent
sent nre-sent military budget."
Am 7 Emburv GoeV
To Barro Colorado
Aymar Embury II, famed bridge
architect from New York City and
member1 -of the Board of Con.
sultants fr the new bridge over the
Panama Canal at La Boca, made a ''
sentimental pilgrimage yesterday
one that had nothing to do wlttf'-
bridges. He visited Barro Colorado
Embury's family had
nected closely with the island, now t
7- nf I as the -Canals
Zone Biological Area, almost since
it became a preserve for local flora
and fauna in the early 1920'k, but T
he had never visited it before ;
His step-father was Dr.. Frank M.
Chapman, internationally known
ornithologist who lived and wnrkori ... ':
on Barro Colorado for months at
a time for several years. Dr. Chap,
man's books, including "My Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Air Castle," and "Life in a
Tropical Air Castle," are classics
about the island.
P. Alton White, Chief of the
Dredging Division, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Embury to Barro
The bridge architect was here to
attend a meeting of the Board of
Consultants with Canal officials and
with engineers from Sverdrp and
Parcel, of St. Louis, the firm which
is designing the bridge and pre preparing
paring preparing specifications for its con construction.
struction. construction. The meetings were held
Wednesday at Balboa Heights.
iloviel Parlv Chief 1
m Wan wither
On London Visit
LONDON, March 13 (UPD Mi-
hail Suslov, second in command
of the Soviet Communist party.
arrived here for an unofficial vi
sit today expressing hopes for
warmer relations between Rus3ia
Suslov, considered a hard cora
Stalinist and a leading party then
ritician, brought a Soviet delega
tion here for a 10-day stay at tht
invitation of the British Labor par
Although the visit is strictly un unofficial
official unofficial and the ruling Conserve-,
tive oarty has jiofhine to do with
it, it could prove embarrassing to
Prime Minister Harold MacmiHan,
now in the midst of western-stra
tegy conferences on the Soviet,,
threat to Berlin. ii'i
In a short speech at the airport
lounge, Suslov said in an excited (
tone. "Spring is in the air. W
hope 'hat the warm air will bel ;
both nature and the relation be-:
twecn our countries."
He was accompanied by four
other deputies of tht Supremo
Soviet (parliament.) u
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COST OF C.Z. LIVING
All the remarks which are flitting back and forth, both in
the papers ana witn peopie just talking, have left me contused
and siiapiuous aDoui wmcn way tnese cost ot living surveys are
going. I'll grant tnat its hara to find anything ai the same
price it was uve years ago, but I fall to see ine puce differences
as they exist today between a Stateside grocery; n Army com commissary
missary commissary here and the PanCanal Commissary.
as an example, one item I purchased at Corozal for 39 cents
is priced at 53 cents at PanCanai. in a Staiesiae supermarket
six months ago I payed 35 cents. 'Same brand and everytning.
It eggs and milk or any other fresh products are more ex expensive
pensive expensive nere, 1 can't gripe. Just blame it on Panamanian chick chickens,
ens, chickens, cows and orange trees. But as I understand it, all canned
supplies to the Zone commies are shipped here by military trans transport,
port, transport, and surely there is no freight charge. Then why the in in-crc&sccl
crc&sccl in-crc&sccl pries' 1
At the same I hear that PanCanal officials are putting out
the word that the cost of living for Zonians is three percent
cheaper than Stateside. So whafs that other 22 percent of their
differential pay for? Compensation for not being able to own
their own home and thus pay plumbing repair bills and mow
the grass? Phooey. I have yet to meet a civilian on the Zone
who has to stay here.
A low-rated military man and his wife, who arrived here
three' months ago, mentioned in conversation that their grocery
bill had gone up nearly ten bucks a month since they arrived,
and they aren't eating caviar and smoked oysters for a mid midnight
night midnight snack. Just trying to put meat and potatoes on the din dinner
ner dinner table, without the benefit of differential pay because Uncle
Sam has decided that only civilians, not military people, need
extra dough for tropical survival.
Anybody who wants to make an honest appraisal of cost of
living should make a more comparable check, not just scratch
down the difference of the price of sardines today, as compared
to a year ago.
MARINE MARIONETTE SHOW
cutter." As the curtain toes up the meeting hat been called to
ill -Stooge A: You have the fixed delusion that several of the
cutters" are busy at work to cut the umbilical cord, but I can
The setting of the following brief drama is a maritime union meet meeting
ing meeting where salty puppets are manipulated on wires by a Chief Puller.
Everyone is opposition will be known as a "rabble rouser or "wide
vou that such rumor is cnlv an attemot to disruot our harmony in the
Know Nothing Party.
Puppet A: I would like to write to the Mail Box and tell "From
Where to Here" to please shut up.
Stooge A: Bravo brother. Send the letter as soon as possible. Give
the brother a big hand All those in favor,, now now, Puppet B, how
many times have I told you not to raise both arms. We can only tally
one vote from each member. I must warn you that behind you are
several "wire cutters,!' so please be careful.
V Puppet C: How many reports have you had from the field where
members are asking for pay raises? Tell them not to ask for more
pay because we got a good increase five years ago and it will be
several more years before I stick out my neck again and ask for
more pay. Do you recall how angry those people were?
Stooge A:, Now brothers, you may place your wires on the chair,
ana as each of you dashes up the Hill to give a report of this meet meeting
ing meeting to the Administration remember that those sports cars, motor
bikes and low-flying aircraft are dangerous. Though you would do
humanity a favor if you made contact with one of those moving objects
I cannot spare your votes. Remember our motto, "United we remain
in office, divided we'll be kicked out."
(The meeting is thereupon closed)
To Where from Here.
'-'-If the governor does not put a stop to this pinball gambling racket
I'm going to write to some person who will investigate it thoroughly.
Every payday my dumb husband puts at least $50 in these sucker
machines, and consequently the kids, clothes and shoes become so
worn I'm ashamed to put them on the school bus. I could tell his
commanding officer, but that wouldn't solve any problems either. I
understand Ft. Kobbe took these grocery-thieving traps out, so I'm
hoping the other base commanders wil do the same.
WHAT'S CONE DOWN IN FOODSTUFFS?
It will be interesting to see an item by item comparison on the
price of food in Panama, and I hope. Eduardo McCullough, the as assistant
sistant assistant Comptroller, will not be long in providing it.
But why are all the statistics left to the Comptroller's?
Why do not the labor unions and civic groups assemble some com comparative
parative comparative figures for themselves? Of course, they should have started
In mid-1955, before merchants began putting up their prices in anti anti-pation
pation anti-pation of the big influx to business from the Canal Zone after Dec. 11,
1955, as a result of the Treaty.
These figures may be bard to check now.
My budget tells me that with very few exceptions, processed food foodstuffs,
stuffs, foodstuffs, both imported and domestic, have risen around 10 percent.
Milk seems about stable, and coffee is down a bit, as indeed it should
be in this country that grows coffee. Shellfish has soared since the
end of the war, though all you have to do is catch it.
Apples are often a drug on the States market. Yet the tinned
Trull, or sauce made of it, has climbed steadily here.
It's been said before, but it can't be said too often: every time
Panama gets a new industry, the price of the goods it produces goes
up or the man in the streets.
t ','No single administration can reverse 'this trend; but a Joint non non-political
political non-political effort by all factions could at least bring prices of domestic
products down to decent ratio with wages.
CAMBOA SWIMMING MEET
By VICTOR RIESEL
For 45 minutes last Tuesday
Mr. Labor himself, George Mea Mea-ny,
ny, Mea-ny, tried to collect a political debt.
He had dropped into the office oi
Mr. Senate himself, Lyndon Baines
Johnson, a good friend who sa.d
he wished he ould pay that debt
piled up during the Demo-ratio-labor
coalition campaigns of last
fall. But the report is that Senate
leader Johnson told the AFL-CO
chief that despite all reports this
is not a "labor Congress."
What Sen. Johnson 'edly
said is that a counting of noses, in
Congress shows that in a show
down fight labor doe; not lave a
majority even though the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats have terrific strength. For
labor matters are a little better in'
the Se.ate. But the unions will
have to realize that the House of
Representatives is not a home,
Most of the new Democrats are
from suburban and rural areas.
And they arc not especially eager
to vote labors way.
The report is that Sen. Johnson
and House leader Sam Rayburn
do not believe that they can put
over labor s program. They do not
believe that all their prestige,
their own horsetrading ability and
the pro-laboi bloc are enough for
them to deliver. It is reported that
hey believe that the labor .people
have not counted noses, but have
simply taken for granted official
Democratic strength as official
labor strength. Whether or not
Mr. Meany believes this, only the1
practical Mr. Meany knows.
But the fact is that labor sud
denly is discovering that it is a
junior partner in many parts ot
the land and plans to do some something
thing something about it come the aext cam campaign.
paign. campaign. That's as plain as the noses
on the poker faces of the Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen it counted in the House
A tabulation of the districts
which elect conservatives, regard regardless
less regardless of which party wins, snow?
that the non-labor bloc has a 40,
perhaps 50 vote starting strength.
It is into those rural and suburban
areas that labor will send its vote
getting machine in ihe future.
During the counting of noses,
labor's political 1 iders recently
found that there were exactly 18
ex-labor officials elected to the
House last year.
Among them are former lead leaders
ers leaders of the bricklayers, electrical
workers, milk wagon drivers, news
media unions, oil workers, rail railroad
road railroad trainmen and clerks, steel steel-workers
workers steel-workers and stage hands. They
are the core of a powerful labor
bloc in Congress but what Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson of Jnhnsnn f!iru
Tex. appeared to be aaying is that
a powertui dioc is tai from a pow powerful
erful powerful majority.
Mr. Meany went to Mr. John Johnson's
son's Johnson's office to discuss the propos proposed
ed proposed anti racketeering bills. Mr.
Johnson had nrnmisprt labor that
there, would te a section now
Known as Title Six in this year's
bill, just as there was in the one
which passed the Senate 88 to one
This section has two items in it
which are "musts", to labor. One
would make it mandatory for a
building and eras true tion trades
worker to join a union after seven
days. The current law has it after
30 davs. The other clause wnuli
i give me construction unions the
! right to sign up contractor be
fore he has hirer! anv wnrlrr
would have to join that particular
union which got its contract in
! Mr. Johnson had promised to
deliver this. So had his fellow
Texan, Sam Rayburnr. Mr. Meany
I told Mr. Johnnon that lahnr uinntc
I Title Six in the law. The AFL-CO
: leader was polite and friendly
, but firm. That's wfcat labor wants
' It had been nrmioorl
Meany pointed out that labor Is
Dacxing ine anti-racket bill which
for the first time wouH really give
the eoVemmftrU th rioht t'hnnoh
slight, to regulate some internal
union auairs. For example, the
Dill would set the length of termi
to be held by union officials.
. The report is that Meany. talk
ing practical po'itics, said that
Without the xweeteninir TitU .c;
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it would be difficult to get labor
io oacx me dm. And that he u u-mons
mons u-mons would fight it and it might
be killed and there would be no
It was then that Mr. Johnson
Moimea oui mat laDor does ,not
have he nnwer oven in th ri.
cratic Congress, to stop the law
wun or witnout Title Six. And he
thought that Title Six would be
When the noses are counted,
" iois more tnan wheth
er or not we'll have a reform law
Well, well, am pleased to note I wasn't the only one with eyes
peeled at Gamboa the day of the swimming meet. But doesn't "Rules
R. Rules," (Mail Box, March 10) know he or she is barking up the
wrong tree in expecting action to be taken by the "Swimming Club"
' about these discrepancies. Some of the newly-elected officers of .that
tub are at fault in allowing the illegal entries.
' The murmur at Balboa pool these days is that these children go
to Balboa school and so were eligible to swim with Balboa children
in the relays. The application form I saw definitely stated all children
on relay teams must be from the same community. Therefore, schools
attended didn't even enter the picture. Ant very interested in seeing
this wrong set right
CARIBBEAN GIRLS STATE
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n.-tkKJW SILI. CtatA T wnaiM lilra tA thantr all h-
pleTwho, by their generous contributions, have made it possible, I am
sure that they will get back their investments a hundred times over
when they see the results:. group of young precious rights granted
us in the Constitution. '.
I would also like to thank the people who bought our cakes and
pastri.es at our Bake Sale on Saturday, March 7. That money will go
a long way towards helping some girl learn about her government.
I am sure that all of you will feel, that if the dividend is one
good citizen, then you cannot invest enough.
'i.'.'." Anita C. Leonard)
WE STRIN0 PEARLS
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Kim Novak's very few close
friends now think she will wed
director Richard Quine when his
divorce is final. .Fred Astaire's
beautiful .daughter Av a (1?) and
Oxford undergrand John Parker Parker-Rees
Rees Parker-Rees make a Cute Couple. .The
"Bells Are Ringing" cast suspect
Sydney Chaplain is secretly wed
to Noelle Adam. .Buddy Hackett
is attending a special Duke Univ.
diet clinic to shed 40 lbs. .Robert
Horton of "Wagon Train" has fal fallen
len fallen for a real schooiinarm named
Janet Ardwell. .Tennessee Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' date at "Look After Lulu"
was Eartha Audrey Kean.
Suzy Parker is due back this
week. Her pals report that' her
husband was with her, every mo moment
ment moment Over There. .Maestrp jSatit? jSatit?-my
my jSatit?-my Kaye has lost his fieart again.
She is rich Palm Beach v widow
Mrs. Hamilton PelL He flies there
every week "to play golf" 'but
she's The Reason.
Errol Flynn stopped traffic
along Havana's 5th Avenue strol strolling
ling strolling withmodel Joan Wood. .
The Jay Eddys' c rWall Street
named their new; son Gregory.
Tennis whiz Dick Savitt and pret pretty
ty pretty divorcee Connie Knowlton are
making romantic news. . .
Prince Aly Khan takes over the
Louis XIV restaurant. March 19th
for the night to stage a dinner dinner-dance.
dance. dinner-dance. .The lavish re-decorations
cost the American News Co. chief
$250,000. .Jacques Cointreau (of
that liquour family): and Pamela
Lehman, the banker's dghtr, spot spotted
ted spotted at the Raleigh Room. James
Preston, co-producer of t4!Career"
and actress Winifred Ainslee are
now United. .Billy Martin, ex
N.Y. Yanks star, and i show-girl
Patty Stone have Struck Out.
during the weekend. .Sam
("Make A Million") Levene's ex ex-wife
wife ex-wife and disc-jockey Bob Landers
are a steady date. . Tom Hewitt
and Mary Downs, dancers in the
soonhic musical, "Destry," will
also each other permanently next
Maureen Stapleton got the news
that her husband had been grant granted
ed granted a divorce on the same day
she was nominated for an Oscar
as best supporting actress m
"Lonelyhearts". .It's a ; lie
daughter (named Kate) over
the Leonard Sterns. Dad's chief
writer, for Steve Allen's show.
Mother is the former Gloria
Stroock of the costume clam. .
Sir Cedric Hardwicke and Mary
Scott, his wife, do the Sardi's bit
after curtaimtime, so it does look
Kb tu- i i. in lv
Coast cofyums made a big I ro
mance between Kicky Nelson attd
songwriter Shari. Sheeley. Thev
nave never naa a date. . .it's
a girl for the Edward Ohlans. He's
the prexy of Exposition Press. .:.
Stanley Holloway, who create!
the Cockney rple in "Fair Lady:
S'S-not a well .man in Lnndnfi.'. Jk
Exotic dancer Rita Grable's bv
beau; at Bon Vivant has bedp
crooner Jerry Vale.
a 4-day confab. Took 13 pieces of
luggage. .Might spots kuiuLg
about the Big Bite taken from
their tills by credit caru systems.
But most top places admit they
can t survive without them. .
The John Aliens. IHe's Geo. Ad
bolt's new co-author have an
other son. Mamma is actress Ma
ry Stanton. .Douglas Lambert
and Evans touring with "Dark at
top"; are getting off'ly serious.
Alice Ghostly, a new face In the
'52 reveu by that name, may get
w the lead in the new show, "Mary
at. Saturday".1 .Author Evelyn
Waugh's son Auberon has amazed
medics by his startling recovery
He was given little chance after
being machine-gunned last July In
Cary Grant, Madelyn Rhue and
Dick; Sargent are Movietown's
newest Traingle Barry Coj
grabbed his gal, Judi Meredith,
and fyanked her from a H'woed
party because Ray Anthony asked
for too 'many dances. .Do
Goodman's Summer schedule will
Include a tour of the music tents
ia "Bellg ArevRinging". .Dean
of fashion editors Carmel Snqw
of Harpers Bazaar, has been re
placed by her; niece, Nancy' Bill Billboard.
board. Billboard. .Betty Madigan ami Tony
Lavelli steadying Mildred
Savage, of "Parrish" fame, is
penning a novel dealing with the
cancer-ciggie link. : Forrest
Tucker, touring with "Music,
Man, has ft real bad for Dorsey
Connors. ,M i s c h a Auer J
Rumor: Bobby Darin, Rocknroll
star, secretly stitched to Joan
Little, Brown and Co. will pub
Hsh Roy. Campanula's life story.
Contracts signed last week
Elaine Stritch will "visit with
kin" In Detroit just when Ben Gaz Gaz-zara'a
zara'a Gaz-zara'a new film starts bn loca
tion" in Michigan. (Teeee).
This Cpntinet'a answer to La Bar
dot will be French-Canadian Jac
queline Bertrand, just signed for
"The Geranium Hat." It opens at
ine urpneum on tne mn,
One of the loveliest new, additions
to tne N.Y. :cene is Babs Beucnn
er of Cood Housekeeping.-, .Sylvia
urune or ine music; Man." .pro
duction staff married New York.
lawyer John Mazzola in Boston Connie Bennett flew to H'wocd'for
row you can have
For FREE Estimate without obligation
:.f-, LA UOCERIA PASApENA ', ;
(On half block tci th lf 5f itht
National Brwry' tiitln gati --
- Harvard t rnaa'-'Antohony "S HaN
Wod,' who recently parried Prin-i
cess iNini Maicam in raris ia ine
son: of Wallace Harwood, chief of
the -diamond trust in tne U.6
Intimates say Linda Darnell's
marriage to Cant Robert Robert
son is The ? Happiest Only tiffs
ir:-;:wBe4hfelwpU to advice
W oh Careerv iMiderf aret wor-hsJtr-
wm iook me. u you are too ciose
to the boss your job's in danger....
Alexander Guterma is readying
a multimillion dollar lawsuit
against Swiss Banks for selling
the stock, without his nod. It was
that sale that started his tobog
gan nde. ;They say when Guter
ma became owner ot Mutual
Broadcasting his first concern
was when he'd get a Reporter
Pass. .Obit editors will be as as-toniched
toniched as-toniched when they read Ken
neth Tynan's last paragraph In the
ebv zsui issue ot The wew ?.xork
er, '( ; i '
Doviria is the first fashion -mo
del to appear in a;' whiskey ad
(Schenlev's). She-wears one ear
Lrutt valued at.. $42,000 for -! : the
snot. tne s too poor to buy tne
other. .Senor Wences' recording
of "S'All Right" sounds so much
like "Sweet Sue" that a sweet suit
is pending. .Agents for State
Liquour Authority are combing
East Side spot1 looking for sinful
evidence to revoke licenses,
Does Time mag know Madison
Avenue has revived the rumor
that it will swallow FortuneT. .
Geraldine Brooks rejected the
femme lead in London's 'See
saw," because it would mean hav having
ing having to leave spouse H. Sargent, a
writer for Steve Allen's show.
Gatsby's landlord, and, opera
inrush -Jane Judge vanna-be-alone
. .Actor Henry Silva and Cindy
Conroy tyend St, Patrick's Day.
"Biggest Television Contract in
TV Ul.tnrv wa a Domt Pmhh'i 91
' j naa wil WMiw m a,
000,000 deal with Fraft. on front
pages last week. We tipped it this
way Sunday Night Feb. 1: "Perry
Como will give up his Saturday
night show next season. He will
star for Kraft Wednesday nights.
The bait was a nice big slice of
cheese". .The name "Leon and
Eddie's" has been purchased by
cafe men seeking a midtown spot.
It can never be the same.; .s
Maestro Joe Candullo's famed mu music
sic music is back in town at the Pyg Pygmalion.
malion. Pygmalion. .Marguerite Lamkin and
Rory Harity of "Look After Lulu"
told Quo Vadis pals they'll wed
this week. ."My Story ." by
Msry Astor, made the best-seller
lists, despite her refusal to exploit
it via interviews, etc- . . .Tne
rendezvous between Ty Power's
widow and Rock Hudson are
. MILWAUKEE (UPI) Ronald
Fornowski won a $700 damage
suit yesterday against Lyle Thom Thomson
son Thomson of Green- Bay, wis., whose
car struck Fornowski V parked
car five years..ag"o.v;
Fornowski suffered cut Up and
he claimed v the resulting scar
made shaving difficult. He was
kissing his girl goodnight at the
time of the accident. 11
I WASHINGTOK,5 It's an' ironic
'wist ot fate -.hat the man who re replaced
placed replaced the chief enemy of nep nepotism
otism nepotism In Congress it now one of tne
chief beneficiaries of nepotism on
Capitol HilL He is Sen. Albert
Gore of Tennessee,' one of the
Democratic ; Lopefuls 'ior vJrsi vJrsi-dent.s
Gore," when he first 7 came- to
Washington 20 years ago, succeed succeeded
ed succeeded to the House vacancy left by
Congressman Jonn Ridley Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell of Tennessee who waged an
unrelenting campaign against put put-tirfg
tirfg put-tirfg relatives on the public pay payroll
roll payroll In 1952 he was elected Sen Senator..
ator.. Senator.. -i-'XVicr.
The relatives of Gore are not
published, first because -the Sen Senate
ate Senate payroll remains secret, second
because Gore has placed some of
his relatives k jobs ou'aide Con-
unearth senatorial 1 relativisi
the Associated Press hm been ask-
ing Senators' point blank for the
names of wives,' children, bro
thers, cousins, and aunts thev have
appointed to pi'blic office. So far
this- hit produced more indigna
on man uuormauon.
Howevert thouch he doesn't tnib-
Iiziie k it. brih-eyed Albert
Gore' h olds the- unoff'clal re
cord for Senate nepotism. He has
probably taken care of more rela
tives at the taxpayers expense
then anyone else in the Sena'e.
possibly than anyone else on Ca Capitol
pitol Capitol Hill.
Here is the roll-call of Gore re
latives on the oul.lie payroll.
l.,Mrs. Betty Ge"rv. a sister,
who works for the Federal Trade
2. Chrlnine Goggms, a n'ece, Is
on the Senator's own office payroll.
3. Joe M-rks. a nephew, works
In he Senate pos office.
4. Mrs. Grace Kevee, another
sister. lso. works in -the Senate
Th's last oiece of nenotism took
a utue arranging By" the Urn hH
second sister ci.me alone looking
tor a job, ne had run nut of na
tronage except for a job as Sen
Ladies can't serve as guards
ho. matter h6se Sisters they
may be: so the junior Senator
from Tennessee arranged wi'h an
other Senator to trade a guard's
job for a post office job. Now he
has two of his kmfolk; in the Se Senate
nate Senate Post office.
5. Finally, tht Senator secured a
job for hisS2o-year-old daughter.
juaocy, as a guiae iasi year ai me
U.8. pavlllior at the Brussels'
Worlds Fair.' Sh' saved enough
money, largely out of her earn earnings
ings earnings to come .home by. way of
Poland, Greece; t Turkey. Pakis-
MRS. LUC I AND lOLlVIA
Bolivian ri.ts against ; Ameri
cans, Inspired by Time maeaz'ne
will make it extremely difficult
for Mrs. Clare': Boothe. Luce,: wife
of the miblishef of Time, tn serve
effectively ti. hef JoSKas U S.
The reason is thaf the Luce fa
mily hs, been so closely tied up
to the Eisenhower administration
that when Time, 'mazarine sug:
gests Boliv.a be eirvai uo amona
its neighbors, th. idea k .later .later-preted
preted .later-preted as having Eisenhower sup support,
port, support, i h ( o
It wss Tin.e'8 report- that U.'
a. authorities ho Haw Rnlii
should be- liviued urt hetween I
neighbors, which incited Bolivlan
moDs to.stoa. the American Em-
K Ce akaaal. T a.- m
r r uuurraaiion cen center
ter center W La Pat. and auaei Ameri.
cans to be evacuated to so army
camp outside .ihe eity.
Mr. Luce and her.husbsnd; Hen Henry,
ry, Henry, are so ck.se to the Eisenho
wer adminls rati m that John Fne.
ter Dulles ve Luce an eirin.
sive article u. L'fe magazine ad advocating
vocating advocating the policy of brinkman brinkman-ship
ship brinkman-ship and msny Latin Ameri Americans
cans Americans believe the Luces, help to
fix foreign policy.
Toge her they contributed 30, 30,-875
875 30,-875 to Ike't campaign In 1958.
Mrs. Xuce was the first woman
ambassado. i history to be ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, to a major ambassador-ship-raly,'
while C D. Jackson,
a top executive of the TimiuTJfe.
Fortune pubLshlng ; empires has
served for some time nn the wmt.
House staff. Hir it'll called is
by Ike for advice on important
public relations matters.
ine fact that the Luces havelteeii
stanch, and consistent support support-MOf
MOf support-MOf GenerIissinio Chiang Kai Kai-shek
shek Kai-shek is believed to be one reason
for the five-year Elsenhower po-.
licy of supporting Chinae's ambi
tion of retaking the Chinese main mainland
land mainland a reversal of the Tniman m.
Ucy. -7T.- r
If Mrs. Luce takes her post as
ambassador to Brazil it Would be
a source of continued resentment
to Bolivians. For Brazil has
long border- adjfccent-.to Bolivia,
and the liwlands of Bolivia actual actually
ly actually have much more unity, econo economically
mically economically and geographically, with
Brazil than with- the 12,OOQ-foot
plateau of Bolivia. ;
Brazil and BoUVia vnav;1een
living, in peace foi manyt vyears
and' there is' io thought, on Bra Brazil's
zil's Brazil's part of annexing any j?art of
' '-' Neverthless, the Bolivian popu population,
lation, population, about 90 percent -.Indian,
is highly emotional and .deeply
Actually, the United; Sta'es has
done a great al to unite the low lowlands
lands lowlands of Bolivia with the upper
pla'eau. Summer Welles, when
Under Secretary of State, star ed
a h'ghway linking upper and low lower
er lower Bolivia. This- engineering mir miracle
acle miracle wai finally finished during
the Eisenhower administration, administration,-and
and administration,-and this writer traveled over the
highway : wlth President Pari Es Es-tenssoro
tenssoro Es-tenssoro and 'Vice President Her Her-nan
nan Her-nan Siles Suae : now President.
when first dedicated in-195. .
At that time the crowds that
lined mejighway aadgathered in
the public? squares of the chief
ciies were hailing Sen. Bourke
Hickenlooper of Iowa, ass'stant
Secretary of State Henry Holland,
and other Americans as heroes.
I However Volatile papulation
can change overnight." And the
crowds: that once cheered the U U-nited
nited U-nited States have now endagered
he lives of Americans following
the' ill-advised article in 'Time
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I ct CECIL HIMES, oommandant of the TJJ5. Army CarlWjean
SchopJ, Fort Qulick, pins the School Greston the shoulders of
Lt. Col. Alden P. Shlpley who ls.the school's new director of
instruction, Shipley arrived lo the Canal Zone on March 3 for
a three year tour at the school, (UJB. Army Photo)
At Ft. Gglick Next Week
Praise For ShovIng
In Overseas Drive;
has been presented to USARCAR-
IB. lor aouDie puouc
sod participation k the FH 19M
v naruu Fund Camo-
iki." eonductea tast sepiemocr
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and October among personnel
U.S. Army Missions, 'Military As As-Arivtaorv
Arivtaorv As-Arivtaorv Grbubs and. In
ter American Geodeuc burrey
projects.. .. t-.':v.;
Accompanying the citation was
a letter to xaaj. uew. v.nrirJMi
general, from the Honorable; Rob
ot Decnert. eenerai counsel, wu-
partment of Defense, who served
as nauonai ieaerat cuairunu jlw jlw-the
the jlw-the drive. k ',r MS'
Tkoohcvrt wrote that in suooort-
lng tiie campaign Americans serv
ing from 'Guam to Kenavia jo. w,
iiimi Vlpmonstrated convincingly
their abiding eoncern fotl global
weuare. at jcwuhvrn; nir
If will hi M mnritHu lxforA thft
final campaign figures are avaU-
aoie.t wantea 10 extena w j
the' deep gratitude of the commit
-T am narHcularlv hatvOV io
have the honor of presenting to
Service Award. I only wish that -I
could hand it to you in person.
You have the appreciation of the
Secretary of Defense and my own
warm thanks for a job well done."
Col. JoseDh F. Escude. USAR-
CARIB chemical officer, served
as chairman of the drive.
tfTMrrSPABT Tnn PiW Wil.
liam Mullen of Tourvills, Tex., on
giving' up his attempts to fly a
sinele-eneine Plane non-ston from
California r to Rome' when ice
formed in his fuel lines Aover the
,"Im ilid it haoened over
land. Three more hours and I
would have been out to sea."
Ttnitan Mr Cathrinit Rvrn.
lady lord mayor of Dublin on her
intention of attending the 'St. Pat-
net s uay paraae m riew xora:
-Tm loolung forward to the pa parade
rade parade there. It certsinly will be
different than in Ireland. We
have only a small parade."
HOIAYWOOD A 1 1 or lOrk
XKmgias, va a leiegram 10 eaiiors
of tile, Harvard Lampoon on be being
ing being named worst actor of the year
for -the third straight year and
thereby retiring a trophy:
"Please send the trophy pre prepaid;"
paid;" prepaid;" '.'V
MIAMI BEACH'" Sineer Nelson
Eddy; -on his fondness for Elvis
"f vn like Preslev in that he's
interesting in being the crown
prince oi ws parucuiar suna i
I FROT SHERMAN A Uvere
" demonstration and display of weap-
"ens organic td Infantry unrts will
be staged Friday; March 20,
C Company of 'the tst Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Guhck,
and under the command of Capt Captain
ain Captain Joseph Grezaffi, for more than
18 students of the US Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean ScShool
- Th range firing will be held ior
the first time on the AtiaBitic Side
and will be at Pina Range Four Four-'
' Four-' teen Latte American countries will
be represented among the student
.' group, :: '
i. Demonstrations' .are to range
from -thr -bayonet, wbtdx-is basic
to tlie.infllvidwar soldiery to the
concentrated mass fire power?.if
a rifle platoon in dug-iti positions(
ii.i n ) Mimd hv iiMnr1(ick-
i.i wub WJ"
log Ike.'They will be firing rocket
laimohMM: M-l rifles. Usht ma
chine guns and -will be supported
fejr uortenu- ii-' i
ri i-.Mtit 'jutr iAi A
; ;rh-,ioa nMb' !'.sbelis a
: regular partj of the six month
. chool eiHTioulum. It wiH be nar narrated
rated narrated In Spanish by Maj. Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo Rodrigues L., who is the guest
- Instructor-from the Republic of
Colombia to th. School'a Tacttes
DepartineniU 1 .....
Countries Koresented ' Incluae
Bolivia. Chile, Colombia, Costa Ri'
T.Miiflni'. W Salvador. Guata-
mala, Haiti, Homduras, Mexico,
Niiwiaua. Peru, and Yenezuela.
Students from Puerto Rico also
so to be presenv
Stepport for the project t being
given by the 518th Engmeer, Com Company
pany Company (Combat) which J prepared
special demolition effects and as-
Msted m clearmg and aredine a-
n9 nf the tjtpo whwn the aichibl-
tion is being held;.. ;
n a Jt fK WetiniA' AnUmla, will
be the-appearance of Sgt. Ismael
Liiaz. wno is to nisDiav a suoe-
rior weapon. "This is a water pis-
tol wh(ch wul detonate a pre.-
tomic blast ito provide a spectacul
ar climax to the show.
the USARCAR1B School, one of
the most unnsiml in Mia Arm v.
trains men-at-arms of the Latin
American republics, m the most
modem techniques and methods
as ueea oy our own Army today.
Croup To Fete f
For Mario Cal ;
A nn.m1ttt Sir itnl hv Kndrd-
fo Hutchinson will leave from the
Chalet Restaurant tomorrow night
at 7 p.m. ror ine jarain jnsas aei
Mar at San Francisco de la Cale Cale-ta
ta Cale-ta where a reception will be given
in honor of attorney Mario Cal, re recently
cently recently appointed Minister of the
Presidency by President Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr. i
Personal as well s poHttcal
friends of Cal and Hutchinson are
invited and transportation will be
0uir3t Of Robbers
ktetfs I Hold-ups
MWEOILA, WP :,-The
four A'rputabe" citisena arrested
lor the $72,00ft holdup of a Massa Massa-pegua,
pegua, Massa-pegua, N.Y bank-.thii'. .week
nave confessed they werent ama ama-teuM
teuM ama-teuM after .& police aid today,
7 The smen were said to have ad-
ironi October 1956 and including j
m:Iei thaa two weeks oetore
be big .ona- flUat topped : tnhv ,;
ef $6,848.64, police said, and ac according
cording according to statementr-made, by
4h men ee tar, were carried out
ometimea by only one" ot' the
; group and i either times by only
i0 .-lry't ':;;'!; i ".'
!, The km arrented ; early
tsterday at tteyWvidedtii bank
ldup loot in the kitchea of tav tav-n
n tav-n owner Anatolcltylsky,'44, who
police aid,ww Uh, Jfhqet and
jbuwtiiW tt- the wanir. Js'.Cvl
r Police said be recruited kia4on kia4on-ilederates
ilederates kia4on-ilederates front among hie custom customers,
ers, customers, o Arrested with, hint, were
Thomas Parks, TSl, ; a plumber;
ntiaul .Kiitrh 1R."aTluiunriiit Ha.
Wavmwaw . r.-
Veloper. and William T. ,Mcfowv
JUfr.; Ricardo Voldes, mnner of th Srd prUt
( aO.Oi? in merehtmdi ) 0f out raftlm
yWTOO CATC BE THE .WINNER
Of 0NE OF THESE PRIZES
1st PRKEi A IUOOOjOO H In Cerr
ard PRIZEt A Tlopper" BicyU -.
$5jOLOO in merchandise.
EW PE10Y-.YonT! soon be
to this hi jour pocket
t MP comtriero-
Uooota's birtk. To be iasued in
xr, the coin-teaturea the
Uneofa Menwrtrf v ite re-
hwrse side; wf
fwwaat, nay; tortffrt. i ,.,
tf viiir alio nnifi junar IUt TO&T
, Via Fernandez de Cordoba lm MDnaf
. (just off Vfa Eipaftft)
i MARIE PANAY0TU
SEE IT DEMONSTRATED
the Fantastic New
THE ONLY WASHER THAT
WASHES RINSES DRIES
has Joe Mvhre4
shew rc hew
y en -eat im
yew la on dry , ....
day prtbUma ;
I i A
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ta tem $lT.fO monthly
Wtiir Iremonstration nearest you!
FRIDAY, MARCH 13
SATURDAY, MARCH 14
, Eto Aba jo j
Mueblerla El Diablo ;
Ave. t Central, 16-2 f
Demonstration brought to to-yon
yon to-yon thru- eonrtesy of
kr..';''.w,fc '. ',&u,'.'Xv 't '.ti... ... ... .. .....
Ava. Ta. Eapana. 36A-5S V
rsi, .-. ...xeu a-wasa ;
Starting SATURDAY March the 14th ?
At 8. A.M; :
When Our doors open on Saturday a large part
of our stock will be on display at
Sterling Silver and Silver Plate
MEN'S WATCHES, 17 Jewels
Steel and Gold filled
25 io 50 Reduced
The Largest Selections of BRAND n a rA0 DArlllr!r.i
WATCHES including GRUEN, JUVENIA "H iwuuuiv.i
From 50 cents Up i?
From S3.00 Ud ;C
From 50 cenls Up
Some of the best Earring Models sell at
Half Prio.,. I
1000 RINGS, Solid Gold ;
Fr Ladies, For Men For Your Child AT HALF PRICE
Men's Jewelry Complete ASSORTMENT nnif C
Tie Slides from 50 ots. up AT HALF PRICE
STAINLESS STEEL TLATWARE
40 pieces 8 place settings
Complete in Chegt
NOW at $12.50!
SILVER PLATE FLATWARE 4 Ac-
'Rogers 1j Urr
Complete sets in Chest. For .8, for 12
Solid gold oiains
tome Saturday and Everyday for a
'PL Jewellers' ft
1 .. i S!",','.:'U .f ':'. :
FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 195
TUB. PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAIL KEWSPAPEB
l and Ju
ftm, J&vr!. Warrio'. ArlL Pari Jl D,a.l ImU L m.
mitt t h t.Ln Pm 2-0740 1-0741 U
PANAMA SYMPHONY CLOSES S6MMER SEASbN
-WTH CONCERT TONIGHT AT OLYMPIC STADIUM
trh fourth lumrntr artistic aon will eoWaWe'cloie this
vaiing when the Panama Symphony is presented 1n eoncort at
the Olympic Stadium. Conducting will be Welter, Myers
Mrs. Eliine Wunderlich, well-known violinist, will be uet
soloist, and will present a Mendelssohn concerto.
: Or. arid Mrs. Hay
Arrive For Vae.tion
Dr C L. Hay, orthopedic sur sur-'
' sur-' the Isthmus from the United
State' '' night on a vacation
They plan to visit here for 10
Cristobal K of C
St. Patrick's Dance
The. Cristoba' Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus, wil! have
its arfnv.a! St. Patrick's dance to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at the Cristobal
Profceeds from the dance will
be used for the council's charity
The' party is planned for 9 p.m.
Mr. A,nd Mrs. Mann
Announce Son's Birth
Mr.' and Mrs. David T. Mann
of West Fairlee, St., are receiving
congratulations from friends on
the birth of their second child, a
son, on March 6 at Coco Solo
Hospital. The baby has been nam named
ed named Donald Wayne.
Tha Manns have another child,
a daughter. Debbie.
Mrs. Mann, the former Donna
Jeanne Humphrey, is the daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs., B. Donald
Humphrey of Coco Solo. The ba
by's maternal great grandmothers
are rV, Gerald D. Bliss of Coco
George Tunon (boat builder) is not
employed by us and we accept no respon-
Isability for hi work
i HOTELES IIIIERAMERICAIIOS, S. A.
The Shareholders of Hoteles Interamerlcanes, S. AM
are hereby notified that the annual meeting of share shareholders
holders shareholders will be held at 8:00 pjn., Saturday, March 14,
1659, at Hotel El Panama; Via Espafia.Np. liy-Panama
Ojty, Republic of Panama, for the following purpose: '"'
1 Annual report of the President.
2 Approval of inventories and Balances for
the year 1958.
3 Election of the Board of Directors.
i Any other matter duly presented to the As As-j'
j' As-j' sembly.
i ROBERTO EISENMANN,
PBS PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
li and Mrs. J. B. Walstrom of
Fort Dodge, Jowa. Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Magoon of West Fair Fairlee,
lee, Fairlee, Vt., are the paternal great
The Manns are now visiting at
the Humphrey home In Coco Solo.
Colon IAWC Plans Plans-Party
Party Plans-Party Tomorrow
The Inter-American Women's
Club of Colort will sponsor a tea
and card party tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at one at Breakers Club
in Coco Solo. J
Tea will be served at 4 p.m.,
followed by. an interesting pro program
gram program at 4:3QC' A. door prize will
Proceeds from the events will
be used, by the Welfare Commit
Mr. and Mrs. Fidandque
Return From States
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fidanque
have returned from the States,
where they were called by the
death of Mrs. Fidanque's mother,
Mrs. Cora Kimble, of Honesdale,
Visitors This Week
Mrs. C. Bojmal of France, has
arrived in Panama to visit her
brothers, Harry and Saul Altaian,
of El Cangrejo.
itrJ prompt (if U hu-tuimUr Jumm.
mm 8:00 anJ 10 m. nlf
A houseeuest of Mr. and Mrs
Saul Altman is their nephews
t -i ,ir: xt... 7-L. n:. r
d..... u.:U4. en.. :
v riwiyiiir. bin.
Plan Cocktail Party
B.P.O. Elks 1542 will entertain
at the Elks Home in Brazos
Heights next Friday, March 20,
trom tt to H p.m. in honor of out outgoing
going outgoing and incoming officers.
All Elks, their friends and vis visiting
iting visiting Elks are invited to attend.
(Con iuid on Fate 6.
Latin American Civic
A special meeting of the Con
gress of Latin American Civic
councils is sched :led for this eve evening
ning evening at .6:45 at the Rainbow Ci City
ty City High School.
All members are urged to at
tend this important business
Members of Unity Temple 759
are advised that the initiation
ceremony scheduled for next
Wednesday has been cancelled
until April 1.
A business meeting will be held
Wednesday, however, and all
members are urged to attend to
discuss important business.
Town Of Henderson
HENDERSON, N. C. (UPI)
Dynamite blasts broke an uneasy
calm vesterday on the eve of re
newed efforts to end a bitter
southern textile strike in this di divided
vided divided town.
, One explosion shattered the
kitchen of a non-striker's home
nd knocked the building off its
foundations. Occupants inclhding
two small children escaped un
hurt. Another last damaged a
The dynamitings were the lat
est in a series of more than 20
terrorist acts in the town of 13,
000 since the Harriet-Henderson
cotton mills resumed operations
Feb. 16 in face of the strike. An
explosion Sunday night ripped in into
to into the main boiler at one of the
mills and acid was splashed
over 47 machines.
, Some 1,200 wwkirs, member
of two locals of the textile Work,
erg Union of America (AFL-CIO),
began the strike Nov. 17, wnen
the company refused to include
an arbitration clause In a new
The blast which tore through the
floor of the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Harris wa apparently
from a charge placed under their
small four-ioom bouse. Officers
said the explosion did extenstai
damaee to the interior of the
homn in addition to rinplnf
through the floor and knocking
the building from, its supports.
The couple and their two chtt
dren, aged 1 and' '2, were in the
house at the time of the explo
Picket lines were orderly but
noisy when workers went into the
mills for, the first time since the
latest explosions. A large detach detachment
ment detachment of highway patrolmen, or.
dered here by Gov. Luther H.
Hodges, remained in town.
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
jBbMtf 'rtmt fire $im
- (Presented by the Department
Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Your Evening Bible Reading:
The True Meaning of Moderation
i"Let your moderation bf known
unto all men."
r So reads the King James Ver
sion, of the New Testament. But
we .sincerely ask ourselves wheth whether
er whether a good Christian should ever be
moderate about anything? The
modern writer of religious books,
C. S. Lewis remark' that a moder moderately
ately moderately good egg!
Enough said. Moderation in all
things is a classic pagan rule but
hardly a Christian one. The Revis
ed Standard Version reads: "Let
mn know your forbearance."
This throvs a different slant oh
the moral. Because "the Lord is
at Jiand" always coming to His
people and always with them
Former US Red To Apppear
Manning Johnson, former Negro
member of the American Commu
nist Party, is slated to appear on
CFN-TV tomorrow at S p.m., ac
cording to network officials at Fort
He will be seen during the net
work's Blue Army program, "Ze-
ro-1960!", which will be seen
weeuy Hereafter at 6:30 p.m. on
Johnson recently said that the
Communist Party is directly be
hind tne racial unrest that exists
in the U. S. today. He said the
communists set up the situation in
T.lttl DAnlr nAlnfitff mif that 4hA
party's daily newspaper, Daily
Worker." had headlines Dredictine
violence in Little Rock before it
The former member of the na
tional committee of the American
Communist Party predicted
wona conflagration within the
next two years," unless it is avert
ed "through our faith in God."
He declared "onlv the aoDlica-
uon oi tne uoiden Rule is capable
of solving the basic problems of
the world today. .Coram unisn is
based on hate,- the antithesis of
our Christian faith, which is found
eo. on love."
On Sundav. Eueene Lvoni
"Reader's Digest" senior editor,
will make his air- on "Zero-
I960!" He said recently that he is
Cord of Thanks
THE DEM INC FAMILY
- Wish to xtend thlr sjneert appreciation for the
many expressions of sympathy, cards, and floral
offerings after tht death of,
Snper AT-7 which
eliminates the cause
of body edor.
ihiA lit ih&
Wmm' BBBB arBeBMi BrBBW Sar
for dining and dancing at its best!
NIGHTLY IN THE BELLA VISTA ROOM
e SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET In the patio
the best buffet In tovVh by Chef Rastello
Music by Clarence Martin's Orchestra
only $3.50 person
FOR RESERVATION CALL COCO SOLO, 579
they can well afford to be forbear forbearing
ing forbearing toward -others, father, than
self-assertive. and quick to retali retaliate
ate retaliate when the; are wronged.
We can never be satisfied with
a moderate patience and charity
which says "I'll put up with other
people's oitenses against me wun wun-m
m wun-m reason, up to a point; then
watch out! !" It is in line with
what Our Lord said about forgive forgiveness:
ness: forgiveness: "not seven times, but 'seven
ty times seven.'?. It is a continuous
habit, not a singular practice.
Most people will not understand
this meditation because they have
pnded themselves so long on oe
ing moderate; never getting out of
line, never pressing the issue here
or there, never raising a com comment
ment comment But again, Our Lord said in ef effect,
fect, effect, be either -hot or cold, but
never lukewarm; A moderate
smoker is still a smoker, a mod moderate
erate moderate drinker is still a drinker, a
moderate sinner is still a sinner.
Think on these things!!
not sure we can save our Western
civilization irqm. communism.
' - ;
Appearing with Lyons on the
Sunday program will be Angler
Biddle Duke, president of the in international
ternational international Rescue Committee.
Duke will speaks-, of his recent
tour of five European countries to
study the problem -of refugees
The Blue Army, which produces
"Zero-1960!" from its national of
fices in Washington, New Jersey,
will have as guests on Sunday,
March 22, two former members of
the Communist Party in the Unit-H
ed States, Doctor Bella Dodd and
Manning Johnson, who now devote
their lives to exposing the cornmu
T ml I I
f What this country really needs
Is a rocket that can go as high as
today's prices. -Nr
that clean, fresh feeling
f AROUND THE CLOCK
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Opening leajl V2'
.The late Hal Sims was once
asked, "How would you have
played that hand?' He- promptly
replied, "Under an assumed
n o rvt A
Soiftii's four-heart did 'might
also come in the assumed name
category but his play left' 'noth 'nothing
ing 'nothing to be" desired.
East woh the opening 'trump
lead and shifted to the jack of
spades. South played the queen
and West won' with the ace. A
spade return lost to South's king
and he promptly led the suit
back. '" i
East won and led a fourth
spade forgetting that when both
sides play the-same suit one is
likely to be wrong: -. -.
South ruffedj and" rani out- all
his trumps but one. He discarded
one club and three small dia diamonds
monds diamonds from ".dummy and Eat
and West eAcb felt impelled to
hang on id Ihree clubs. Since
they were left with only four
cards each.- neither had two dia diamonds
monds diamonds left. South cashed dum dummy's
my's dummy's two aces, ruffed a club and
his deuce of diamonds won the
Of course, either East or West
could have held on to two dia diamonds
monds diamonds and ruined South's play.
It just happened, that the swindle
-The bidding has been:
North East South
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Afmo. Yeur partner must
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Wuat e 3i open?
If you like
...ybu'U love this
chicken noodle soupl
Tasty bites of plump, sweet
chicken . .tender, nourish,
ing egg noodles .. cooked
with Campbell care in gold
in each I
. MISS MIFNIGHT'S
NOTEBOOK fy '-.'.'.-..
Gail Whitney'a decision to end
her year-old nftrriage, to social socialite
ite socialite Dick Cowell has put several
eager young chaps in the "race to
become her Bridegroom No. -" 2 2-Her
Her 2-Her favorite is wealthy Orator
Woodward. iA.ThevHaitin govern government,
ment, government, r trying to compete with
other gambling resorts m the, Ctfr-
IDDean area, has called in a croup
of Las Vegas experts to run some
oi tneir gaming concessions......
me internal Revenue boys are
summoning ; several 4 Broadway
personalities in connection -with
their financial ,. investigation oi
Nelia Bogart, the. alleged duelling
between. Polly Bergen and Farley
granger Keeps me minor mem members
bers members of the "First Impressions"
cast more enthralled than the au audiences
diences audiences who pay to see the show.
So far, observes v are calling
iUin even match. AnitaEkberg
has promised Tony Steele that if
he'U be a good, boy? (translation:
stay on the 1 wagorij for, six
months) She'll tonsidefr a reconci reconciliation.
liation. reconciliation. :.Baf ael 'Truiillo of the
Dominican Republic has formed
an arnly of 25,000 W'The Dominic
an Legion" to defend his country
fronvforeign invaders. They'll be
the welcoming committee if Fidel
Castro .decides to "free"'. Trujillo's
peoplq.i ,. ,vf',.,.
Friends expect Lu.Taylot to 6e-
come a convert to the Jewish re religion,
ligion, religion, a la Marilyn Monroe. Sh
been taking instructions- from a
California rabbi. .Shelley Wint Winters
ers Winters and Tony Franciosa can ex expect
pect expect the press boys to start cal calling
ling calling with those "Is it true?V
queries. Their friends have been
spreading rift rumors, v One oi
the credit card outfits is expand expanding
ing expanding into the record business. .
Jayne Mansfield Is "available for
Summer Stock -bui the deal
must include her darling Mickey
Herb Jeffries' most recent di divorce
vorce divorce involvement aod his plan
to marjy stripper Tempest Storm
Cost Of Brigilte's
. (UPI) The cost of en.
tertaining Brigitte Bardot has be
come an issue in the Italian par parliament.:
liament.: parliament.: f
hody from a Milan cemetery in
1946, indignantly brought up the
(luesuon in we v;namDer oi Dep'
. T I .
tieccisi compiainea an out re reports
ports reports that official! spent $19,200 to
pay juiss joarao?! enpenses wneo
the French film tar attended last
years govarnmenfcspbnsored Veff
ice rum testivai. -
In reply, Undersecretary for
Entertainment Domenico Magri
denied the figure cited by Leccisi
but d'd not say what the real cost
was for hosting Miss Bardot, who
was me mam attraction of tne
Magri said that Miss Bardot
"was a guest on the same terms
as an otner actors, director
scriptwrners ana producers in
I must specify, even ihough
tnis may Sound slightly v bureau
cratic, that hospitality Included
hotel bills and meals but did not
cover extras, such as -wine and
hcraor," the undersecretary adde
Neo-Fasclst Beputy- Domenicoi
Leccisi,: wh0 'wonT-hrief -attention'
by -stealins Ben it o MiinHni
JERRY LEWIS hits th? laugh 'jackpot in hilarious
; Release TOMORROW and SUNDAY at the
; "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
with-music, is the attraction t the "DRIVB-IN Theatre,
TOMORROW and Sunday the Paramount production in
Technicolor and VIstaVislon cottars Marilyn MaxwelL re
turning to the screen after ft three-year absence; Reginald
Gardiner; the big and bouney Italian Metropolitan Opetm
star, Baccalonl, who scored a biff bit as the circus owner In
"The Merry Andrew," and pert and prett Connie Stsvenh
""OCK-A BYE BABY," which1 wa also produ-ed by
Jerry, tella the hilarious stofy of smaU town bache';r who
finds infant triplets onihtodeorstep; -(AdTt
THE VOICE OF
has increased his popularity at the
booking agencies. There are more
demands for his singing servicer
than the 10-percenters have noted
in 15 years, i A former Broad v
way playgirl, once linked romant- .;
ically with one of the top night V.
club comedians in the country.
was picked np in a Hollywood -gutter
the other day, ill and utter utterly,
ly, utterly, broke. Frienda chipped ia e
pay for her hospitalization. .Ta i
state of Paul Muni'f health 1
Another real estate swindle if
apt to hit the front page toon. It
involves a New EngJana ski resort
development promoted by- a very
young man. The investors' heae- j
aches started when the "brains'
behind the venture announced he -was
building a flying saucer in hit
Eaarave. . .Main Stemmers hear
owe'l Birrell .has made :
peace With the government ini ,t
will be able to return to New Yor i
-possibly within a few days. The
StaW-of California still has a cou v
pie of matters to discuss with ...
him. but nee .action is exnectud
from.; there in the immediate f u-
Charles Mapes, considered the
most serious contender for Bobo -Rockefeller's
hand whenhe Vai
getting her divorce, is-, wooing
Mamie Van. Dot en. Jerry
Lewis, is '-suppose. to be the first :
choice for- the role 'of Sammv
Glick id the cinrma; version, of.
"What Mikes Sammy Run?".
Carole D'Andrea of tht Ethel
Merman musical. -Gyosy," is
playing the role of June Havoc at v
the age oi 13, but actually she'
old enough to be making the night : f
spots with Henry LittK a wealthy
The Offbeat. Which folded afUw
Just a few months of operation,
was a $l,650,00a casualt: Several
other bistros are in daneer. in
eluding one in the mi1.Hfti
that's been open only sarlfow
weeks. . Jn BobsHoperi heW pid pid-tur,
tur, pid-tur, "Alias Jesse James," Bing
and Gary Crosby -make appear appearances
ances appearances that could be describad wa
brief, to put it mildly. Bin has
one une, uary one word. ,...
f flThat .Snencer Travlirithrtna
Hepburn' picture, "Woman of the
on television), is letting a big
laugn not piannea by the authors.
When. : Kate's secretary -la -.ithe
flicker telephones Cuba she Sskt
for Batista,: then-, sayst '.'Who'i
be? JHe's tiie President -of tht
country'. '.The 'featured, singei
ill thd next Music Hall show, Ma-
ry Tremain, was i member of thi
choir there Just two year ago.
Kim Novak proved to populat
with the crew of "Middle of the
Night'f they made her an hohor'
ary mpmber.of their union.
Predictable ; Hollywood eastings
Lean Glenn Ford will play chubby
'Walter Slezak'a role in the film
edition Of "The Gazebo". i .A
midtwon hotel Is looking for Bob
Eveleigh, recently in the news at
a pal of financier Guterma. .
Fun: Spin Peggy Lee's new 43
r.pn. disc "All Right, Okay, You
Win" at 33 r.pon. and it comes
out Joe Williams. r
Jason Robards Jr., and. his
handlers are iiiuffering a -difference
of opinion. The actor
wants to playM'Macbeth" but bis
advisors think he should stick with,
more commerfeial bles for a
while. .If Steve Allen's Dili tot
headache remedies is larger
than usual, give Zsa Zsa Gabor ail
the credit.' She was rather rough
on Steve's wellknown equanimity.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 195
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If you know about
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DELEGATES tp-the Fifth Cfentral American Conference ,on the
to Miraflores'Lock? ori theit agenda. Above; they are shown ,on t
background. Before Wisiting the locks; they made a partial .tran
we're accompanied oa their "trip by-an Spanish gpeaklnc guide.
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'RllSIAMfi AT WORK These five domes are located at Pulkova
i the U.S.SJU Academy of Sciences,, near Leningrad.1 Here Russian scientists are compiling star
i catalogues. A new; television device for astronomical research is expected to facilitate exam exam-1
1 exam-1 lnatlon of the moon, Mars,' ffttpfterand its sat ellites in otheB wotk at the" observatory.
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the1 captain reported by radio on
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Ms wife that his ship, the Saga
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NEW YORKNEA) In this, the
dawn of the stereo era, the luck
iest gal around it -Fata. rage.
Through the foresight of her
manager, rJack Rael, and- sound
man Bob Finei' sne nas some aw
stereo selections already recorded.
These were songs she sang when
she had a lumea tv snow.
"The ahow'was a few years be
fore 'the stereo system was first
put on the market," says Patti,
"Ana yet, somenow, jaca ana boo
had the, farsightedness to record
all of the songs on the show this
way. And there they are, all on
tape, ready to be put into albums
There's enough stereo music in
this treasure trove for about SO al albums.
bums. albums. Mercury, is releasing them
gradually five are out already.
"I'm the only pop singer, as far
as I know," says Patti, "with
stereo albums out. There are some
who've taken old recordings and
added another track usually a
rhythm section and they call it
stereo. But I believe ours are the
only true stereo pop vocal albums
Patti, one of the greats of the
recording industry, so far has sur sur-vivtd
vivtd sur-vivtd this crazy, mixed-up record
market.- Nowadays, its p r e i t y
much only teen-age girls wno buv
records, and the stars they buy are
usually teen-age boys.
'"But I'm satisfied." she savi
"Even though this is an age of ooy
singers, x suu sell records."
She admits to one ambition
"before I get too old" which
should be something that is well
within reason. She'd like to make
"I've had offers," she says,
"but not the jparts I'd like to do.
The movie companies think I'd
want too much money. Well, if
the part was good, I wouldn't ask
too much. Of course, if that first
one turned out well, I'd want a lot
for the second one."
Patti ays she wants the movie
chance ,"to prove it to myself."
So far, she's proved just about ev everything
erything everything else, so odds are this will
They always talk about come comedians
dians comedians who want to play Hamlet.
The same thing applies in the mu music
sic music business, where opera stars
want to sing pop. Marguerite Piaz Piazza
za Piazza is high up on that list
Of course, she's much more
than just an opera singer supper
Clubs, TV; concerts, too-but ope-
f ,) n-.
ra was where she first become
known. And now with a new Coral
contract all signed, she admits to
"a terrific yen for a hit single."
"Everybody else Jias, so why
can't I?" says the'beautiful Mar Marguerite.
guerite. Marguerite. "If I could only find the
rieht song it'a iike roifinp. dice.
I wouldn't care 'what 'kind of a
song it was it could be hillbilly
or anything else but If it fit 'me
I'd record it
As it is, Coral's first thought is
to make an album with Marguer Marguerite's
ite's Marguerite's new supper club act. But sin singles
gles singles might follow.
Then there's a good chance she'll
do a Broadway show!
"Ray and Bullets have just a a-bout
bout a-bout talked me into doing a Broad
way show," she says," referring to
managers Ray Katz and Bullets
Durgom. "The New York C 1 1 v
Center has been asking me to do
'Street Scene.' I might do that, to
get my hand in."
And with her hand in, the rest
of er ia sure to follow.
DICK'S PICKS: Janice Harper
has a fine new one on Capitol, "I
Need You." Others: "Nothing in
Common but Leve" (Mimi Hines
and Phil Ford, RCA); "The Third
Man Theme Cha-Cha" (Edmundo
Ros, London); "Up Jumped a Rab Rabbit!'
bit!' Rabbit!' (Frankie Lymon, Roulette);
"Young Marriage;' (Jack and Jill,
Liberty); "Three o'clock" (Laurie
London, Capitol); "Qrange Peel"
fTh Rnck -Fellers. Valor): "You're
sin Far Awav Blues" (Hugo Win
torhalter. RCA): '?The Golden
kw' (Ranrlv Starr,- Dale).
Lots of good movie score albums
out recently 20th Fox has three
"The fn of the Sixth Happiness.
which includes "This uio Man,
"TJi Rnrhawan and the Geisha
and 'The Roots of Heaven"; the
sound track of "Some Came Run Running"
ning" Running" is available on Capitol; Audio-Fidelity'
has the sound track of
the unerama m, oum oeas
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Silver trophiiei went to Elaine
..Vestal and Kenneth Darling, med medals
als medals to Mary Elizabeth Pope and
Dickie Brown. Pat Jansen and
Robert Bauman were trophy winr
, sers in the B group, and Esther
Gunderson and Glen Evans in
the A group.
8ilver trophy winners in the
senior class diviiion were Patri
Firm Linked With Labor Racketeers
Doing Work On Nike Guided Missiles
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Raeke's Committee said to say whether union funds were
today that a company it linked! used 10 help finance a 44,000 sub sub-with
with sub-with labor racketeers is doinj urban Jiom ha built for Glimco.
lOO per cent o,' the work on Nike; The secrohry, Miss Laverne
guided missile sites in the Chicago Murray, refused to say whether
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.), expressing shock at the
committee's disclosure, called for
an immediate Defense Depart Department
ment Department investigation of the firm,
the Broadway Sheet Metal Co.
McClellan said he would lend
Immediately to the Defense De Department
partment Department a transcript of the hear hearings
ings hearings in which two of Broadway's
stockholders Dominie S e n e s e
and Victor Comforte invoked the
Fifth Amendment to avoid an answering
swering answering questions.
There were these other develop developments
ments developments ss the committee dug
deeper into the activities of Chic Chicago
ago Chicago Teamster official Joey
Gllmco's buxom brunette secre secretary
tary secretary refused to say whether she
shared a hotel room with him for
which the anion was billed for
1,045 in "entertainment e xpen-ses."
THE ST MODUCTS AM AOVIITISED ON
cia Chandler, Mike Basham, Ay
Elmore and James Bay. Mrs.
Hunt and son Jot won a trophy
for the mother and son contest,
and Mr. Chandler and his daugh daughter
ter daughter Patricia took the father-daughter
Entertainment was provided by
Carol Kapinos, John Scott, Dais
Searle, Ricky Selby, Susan Soy Soy-ster
ster Soy-ster and Danny Aleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Seldon were
judges for the evening.
The next Easter jamboree will
be held tomorrow evening at 7 at
the American Legion.
A Chicago contractor declined
she moved into the home in Oc
tober, Ownership as listed
in her nsme ss well as Glimco's.
The Broadway firm was
brought into the picture as hav having
ing having done some of the work on
remodelling job at the headquar headquarters
ters headquarters of Glimco' Local 777.
After ComKrto pleaded possible
self-incrimination to avoid an answering
swering answering questions about it, com committee
mittee committee counsei Robert F. Kennedy
disclosed that the firm did 60 per
cent of the work on Chicago Nike
sites as s sub-contractor
Kennedy said thst Comforte
wss involved in labor racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering in the 1930s as sn "enforcer"
in s union garage and parking
lot organization drive. Senese, an
official of Teamster Local 703 as
well as stockholder in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway firm, was identified as a
brother-in-law of underworld bar baron
on baron Tpny Acosrdo.
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UNDER THE CRITICAL EYE of the three company command rs of the Balbon High School ROTC. Cadet 8t. RuMeU Weads
nuts his squad through the drill sequence. Cadet of fleers., from left to right, art Cadet Capt. Patrick Tate, Cadet Cwt. Kenneth,
be Gon, and Cadet Captain Laird King. Field night will be held March 20 at Balboa. Stadium.
HOLLYWJOD (UPD-Film pro producer
ducer producer Otto Premlnger will not op oppose
pose oppose his wife's divorce suit when
it comes up for trial tooay, nis
attorney said. An agreement was
reached allowing Mary Premlnger
to obtain a default degree with
Preminger withdrawing his
charges of misconduct against her
involving English actor Michael
PANAMA AMfeftlCAK 1 AN IKbtPCimm BAftf stttfttittl
Ordered To Share
Their Three Kids
ROME (UPI) -Actress Ingrid
Bergman and director Roberto
Rossellini were ordered yesterday,
to share their three children tem
porarily, pending a final ruling of
Judge Alberto Virgilio issued
tne temporary order in response
to Rossellini's request for urgent
procedure. He set a new hearing
ior April ii.
The order wis similar to one Is
sued by a Paris court referee ear-
lier this year. It directed that
twins Isabella and Isotta and Rob-
crtino, the first child born to Miss
Bergman and Rossellini. were to
stay normally with their mother
and attend Italian schools in
Peril. f ,2,'.
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Author Of !Roses
Of Picdrdy1 Dies
LONDON, March IS (UPI) -The
man who wrote "roses of PI
csrdy" is dead. ,
Haydn Wood' world War 1
song earned him $56,000 and is
still selling after passing the mil
lion and a quarter mark years a
gO. ;i :
Wood T6, died Wednesday In i
London" nursing', home. He had
written svmnhnnies. rhamher mu
sic, and senUmental popular
AMMAN (UPI) King Hussein
took off early today on a tr;n
to Formosa, the United States and
Europe. His powers and suthority
were delegated to a regency
council, formed Saturday night by
HEART OF THE AMERICAS
t- -i i a. ah-m
To Undergo Surgery
In Kidney Transplant
BOSTON (UPIWim and Jinl Jinl-mle
mle Jinl-mle Coxey, 47-year-old twins from
Kannapolis, N.C., underwent deli delicate
cate delicate kidney transplant, surgery
Jim had a healthy kidney of his
brother's planted in his abdomen
to replace his own, which were
knocked out by Bright's disease.
The twins arrived Feb. 27 from
Kannapolis in a military plane
and have bee undergoing exten extensive
sive extensive preparations for the delicate
operation pioneered at Peter Bent
Jim, critically ill, was admitted
to the hospital it once and Jim Jim-mi
mi Jim-mi was admitted four days later.
Their wives csme to stay at a
nearby hotel and were at the hos hospital
pital hospital when surgery began.
The hospital said they would
give no complete report on the
success of today's operation, for
three days, although preliminary
reports would be available.
The twins came here ? last -fall
and went through extensive tests
to prove they were identical. The
operation has succeeded only with
The Coxey s are the oldest to
undergo the kidney transplant
Seven out of 10 previous opera'
tioni were successful. The recip
lent died in thrae other cises.
Two Wives Meet,
Find Hubby Han Han-Bigamy
Bigamy Han-Bigamy Is Charge
WICHITA, Kan. (UPIiJames
Wayne Farmer, 28,. caught in a
cross-country nuptial spree when
two wives met face to face nd
compared notes, today awaited
trial for bigamy.
Farmer left his home in Mont
gomery, Ala., last year 10
meet and marry three women he
had been writing to. Ills troubles
started when he couldn't keep
In a preliminary hearing at
Wichita yesterday he : w a s,
bound over for trial in the- April
term of district eourt, charged
with bigamy and embezzling one
of the spouses out of her automo'
He posted 2.500 bond and
walked out arm-in-arm with JC1
vera Unruh, 30, second woman
he married, to live with' her par parents
ents parents at Newton, K&. ;
"I still love him and I'll stick
by him until this thing is over,"
Miss unruh said.
Authorities said Farmer first
roamed to Knoxvllle, Tenn., and
married Catherine Radwanski, 30,
of Edmonton, Canada. But he
soon shipped,ber back to Canada,
asking her to wait there, while he
Valid 3ft days
There vis alwaya fresh celerey
to your market. In f set, most
well-stocked produce mrrkets car carry
ry carry two kinds. One is the familiar
yellow or "golden", "celery first
grown commercnuy in i-aia-raatoo,
Mich., mora than 80 years
ago and popular ever since. The
ier .ind newer is the green ft
"paacar, type,; which began, iti
rise to popularity as soon as con
sumers- restuea mat its aeuceie
flavor: and crisp texture were not
affected by its fresh: green color.
Of 'course, celery is a delight not
only to the fonrmet but also to
dieters. In a pound bunch, there
are omy S2 calories, making it
ideal for compulsive nibblers.
In ancient times, celery was us
ed only as a medicine. But along
about the 17th century, cooks be
can discovering celery as a flair
onng ingredient, soon tney were
munching, and plant breeders, in
the course of many years, wer
successful to developing a more
Cream ef Celery end Oyster
Seup jtYJeldt l servlnts)
Saute 1U cuds choooed : celerv
and tablenwons finely choooed
omons in i taDwapooni outier
or margarine m a saucepan. Add
cnickee bouillon cube dwioivea
in 1 cup boiling water or l cup
chicken stock. Cover .and simmer
5 minutes, Stir n,2u, cupuhmilk.;
Mix an additional u cdn mUk wth
2 tablespoons flour untu smooth an
stit into nte mixwre, aqo i cup
(n Bint) jmall soup oysters, Cook
only untu edres of oysters curl
cleared uo some business.
He went to; Wichita,;.', met. and
married MisanUTih anatheyeet
up housekeeping, But not for
Ions. He kiised wife No. 3 good'
bye to attend to business in South
The business was Miss Zenith
Strahnr is. She drove him back to
Wichita and sty.d in si motel
while he "got his second wife's
car. He told wife No. 3' they only
needed one csr, so Miss strahn
signed her car over to him and he
Then he aei.t Inn Strshn Back
ing to Knoxvllle where he said
his father owned a steel vmill.
Meanwhile, wife No. 1 began to
worry and came back to Knox
ville from Canada. Both wives
contacted authorities and came
face to face,
BANGKOK", Thailand (UPI)
mgn omciais toaay ne weeK1 weeK1-long
long weeK1-long SEATO military wa? one of
else ."Air Progress," Jwhich end
ed here Sunday, wai one of the
the most sucoe-aful ever held, The
exercise ended with a gigantic
air show at Don Muane air base
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' fRIDAY, MARCH is. last
Serve hot, garnished as desired
wit fresh pareiy
raised 'Celery (( servings) ;
Place I cuds celerv." cut Into 1-
inch piece, and 1 sliced small
onion in saucepan with H-inch soil
Ing beef stock or W-imch 5 boiling
mW and 1 beef bouillon cube.
Cover and cook 12 to 15 minutes
or SuntU crisp-tendef, Drain if ne necessary
cessary necessary and waion with 1' table-.
spoon butter or margarine and sa't
and ground black Beooer to Ubte.
Serve hot. w' ,i v-. i
CRAPE bAPERrClndy Rb-!
tbina gets-down 1 the: business i:
,of making wine.' She's tram trampling
pling trampling vai'of grapes in Napa,'
'Calif.- Chemical formula later
,removed the deep purple stains
' from her feet and legs. j
UNEAS AEREAS COSTARRICENSES, S.A.-No. 31-40 Juito Aroitmtoo Avi.
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'FttDAY, MARCH U, 195S
smt fakama aaie&icaM m in ikbit exdpt daily imnsrim
I The nlgninf or -a contract' which will be of t pedal benefit to all movle-goera took place today
'in the new, luxurious of flew of AVIANCA, between tlM Manager of the Central Theater and
.on of the 'worlds leading air lines, AVIANCA. As a result of this contract, the Central Theater
'will purchase a minimum of ISO airline tickets to be used for flights over AVIANCA' routes.
These ticket! will be given to the nubile by means of a weekly raffle. All movie fans who at at-.tend
.tend at-.tend the Central Theater and receWe their raffle tickets will be eieglble to participate In the
weekly raffles; ' k.
! ; The above photo shows Pancho' Fabrega, Manager of the Central Theater, in the act of
sighing this important contract in the presence of Jorge Saayedra G special representa-
iv for AVIANCA in Panama and Xentral America and Manuel J, Jacome, Manager of Traf Traffic
fic Traffic and Sales for Panama City,, for the oldest airline In the Americas.
.Margarita Coeo Sole
The Marguita Union Church
Sunday Schoo. will hold its annual
picnic March 21 at Rancho Ramos.
The activities ae scheduled to be be-(in
(in be-(in at I p.m. with games and con contests
tests contests for the younger children.
Competitive sports will be pro provided
vided provided for the older Sunday School
pupils At 5 p.m. the entire church
family is invited to share lit a pot
luck, supper; Mrs. Harry F, Butz
end Mrs. Roger R. Daughterty
are in chaarg of arrangements.
Sunday is the fifth Sunday in
Lent and ii knowu as Passion Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. In keeping with the theme
of the day, the Rey, Theodore E,
Franklyn will preach on "Thl
Wy of the Cross;' Clever Snares."
; Assisting the pastor In the minis ministry
try ministry of hospitality will he Donald
Sumphrey ant Miss'Huey Lee at
e 9:30 a.m. Coco "Solo service,
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wai Wai-nio.at
nio.at Wai-nio.at .tbt4t,.9:c;Qck-rMrgajita
'Activities during the week. in include
clude include Women's. Auxiliary Sewing
Tuesday at t:JJ a.m.; the Dea Deaconesses,
conesses, Deaconesses, Wednesday at 4:15 p.
rt.t and the Elders Wednesday
night at 7 p.m The Upper Room
Fellowship, the mid-week Lenten
devotional service will be Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 7 p.m- t
PI HIT BAPTIST
Sunday "Pledge Day", for the
coming Sunday School attendance
campaign at the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights, Every
person attending will have an op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. to; s'gn a card pledging
to make every reasonable effort
to be present in Sunday School on
the four consecutive Sundays of
April 8, 12, W and 26.
The campaign theme is "Show
Your Faith" by your attendance.
Campaign goals include hot only
an enlarged Sunday School mem mem-bershio
bershio mem-bershio enrollment but also the
highest possib'e percentage of
membprsh'p attendance. The eon-
uw4 l 111 Hill
secutlve-Sunday plan dlfters from
pust campaigns wnichempnasizeu
"all-out" atcnaance on one Sun Sunday
day Sunday only.
campaign managed Carl Serger
wm M dssisieu oy Bod Snyuer,
iiunuay Scnooi supenu.enaeni, me
KUperi4Wnucui ue various de departments,
partments, departments, quoi: YiCKCrs, tvyaa
iklcGUl, Barbara Edginon, Drothy
ojUuu, iwoaiy ,wjtenpauga,
wikuetsU iu. veuita unui,
iwyrtie neaiu, am. tan Ni.z, ain.
Uun ,ucUiu i. ecre,ary of me
iua jujart of the campaign is
a strong wailing' program, sou us
symooi is uifc uispwy w smalt
snielQS in eaci class roo.n. Wflen
a person mhu. m tfleuge cam a
blue tons "aitu' i laeu on
mi heiu. 'xnis smeid has tour se separate
parate separate square, oiw ior eacn Sun Sun-uay
uay Sun-uay oi we ca.ni-gn. wnen me
person is present a yellow "Show
iour jbiji cross is nxeti on one
at uie squares Dt toe Sfliela.
ooje'civeWs lot e(rcn?'! iriaivuduai
to cover his entire 'shield during
tne month of jipru. V
One large siueia is bein main maintained
tained maintained in tne Sunday School UuiCe.
If will summarize the efforts of
tne entire teaching and vlsitiftg
siafi of the. Sunday School to meet
the "Show Voutf ,'f aith'' campaign
goal. ,:' ,. v, ...
Pastor WilllalA ft. ",Beehy has
stateu that, "Our hrniday 'School
is designed to pnvide sound Christ
centered instruction in ihe Bible
iot everyone of the community
from ihe nursery through the adult
age,'' People of .the community f
sre invltedao ,Jolfl the lexperlment
of four consecutive Sundays in
Sunday School, Further Informa Information
tion Information can be secured by calling Rev.
Vickers at 2-1727,
. Panamf Citf
Services at the Calvary Baptist
Church at "N" Street In San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel will be held as usual this
Sunday, begin ting at 11 a.m., and
II I JI working VI
if .JiBs? tomorrow Ji
...and will appreciate your cooperation and
patience during the. service Interruption to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, March 14th, which is necessary t
make improvements In my services in the
r ,? 4 yr, j
HOUR: 3 a.m 6:0(fciin4.
Area from Calle 2 up to Calle It, alfng Ave-
nida del Frente, Avenlda Balboa and
Compaftia Panamlns do FUerea y tails Con Constantly
stantly Constantly worklnf Uy Improve youfHiervice. So
that you are not greatly inconvenienced,
tieeessary interruptions wiU be held. to t
Your electric servant,
K-1JSTO K,QVKjnA i
V Parte It 4jjh t? "? ,r"t $
v .,.w i-'.'Jr a-
Fellowship To Hold
The ChrUt For Youth, Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship of Panaua will sponsor a soul
winning rally .tomorrow at 7 p.m.
in the Chr,..Un Miiiion.Church of
Panama at .Guachapali. 5 f
Each follower of the group Is aik
ed to beini at least five persons.
Toe motto will b "Youthful Service.'.-
,"!'; : i j,.:-?'-
seiectea w n wis guest apeaaer
is Arthur Holder, a graduata of
the Seminario Biblico de Latin A A-merlca
merlca A-merlca (Latin American Bible Se Seminary)
minary) Seminary) in Costa Rica., Holder Is
on his way to Colombia, but he is
vtahing with his parents in Pana Panama
ma Panama until the middle of next week.
The Christ ; For Youth in inter
denominational, aid invite all
evangelical churches to attend
their' meeting and to take an ac active
tive active nart
Other participtJis wilfbe Janet
Clark, Euta Mahoney, Etheli Brew
ster, Mirun rreu, and Deacons
Albert Lowe and Earl Clark.
NAM ID NIW INVOY
KARACHI, Paklstsn (UPI)
Agha Hilaly, 43, is Pakistan's new
amoasssoor to the Soviet Union.
His appointment was announced
oy tne, government yesterday.
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TOURIST Si Winston Churchfll wears an outsize stetson and
smokes huge 'cjgsr as he goes for a walk in Marrakesh,
Morocco He is vacationing with Lady ChurchilL
IGS President Returns
Prem Parley In Mexico
Anions those returning in h
Isthmus by plane last week from
a 10-day training conference at the
World Center ("Our Cabana") for
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, in
Cueroavaca, Mexico, was Mrs.
Lulitta E. McFarquhar, president
of the International Girl Scouts of
the Canal Zone.
Miss Clara Wattley, vice presi president
dent president of the I.G.S. organization,
went on to the United States for
u The conference was held for
tional oresldents and national com
mltee members of the world wide
movement, to widen the Scope of
cm Guiding and
Girl Scouting in U its ramifica-
rZS ex?utiVM mi lders.
2?tt?l"d?r 'Terence from
Feb. 22 to. March 3, included a
rig d program of business and exe
ions, beginning ach
,t2" m"' breaks for so so-tion
tion so-tion recretlonl fraterniza--
The discu(iinm, m.j ...
L,au ofihe wide movement'
for its advancement: Ta ,t.i
ne ,W?ter1 Hemisphere of the
world traveler and heax) of scout-
Ihf' ,i!df ?n:FoweU,w"e of
the late Lord Baden-PoweU. f6und
to vitirPV?ment' chduled
iq visit Panama nYt .tjw .....
t 7 SO n tn '"i I
Sunday Schwl v wilf -get under underway
way underway at 9:30 p.m. with classes for
all ages. There is also a nursery
where parents mr i,ave their
babies during their attendance at
the morning service.
n,mbeKR?- U ,;A. Sealey. who
will be the preacher at both ser ser-vices,
vices, ser-vices, will speak in the morninf
on "The Making of. a Christian";
f 13 ln ev,tn,". hi sermon
m be "The Heart of the Man,
At 3 o'clock ih the afternoon,
Young Woman's Auxiliary will ob observe
serve observe their second-anniversary. A
nice progr-m h planned for this
The trawinfc Union will meet at
6 p.m. .,
. TEHRAN, Iran (UPI)--. The
Senate yesterday completed rati ratification
fication ratification of the bilateral treaty
pledging U. S, aid., to Iran In
fv$ LWwslon.: It was scut
to the Shah for, his signature.
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Duncan Prosecutor Says VifeV Life
Was Price Paid For Falling In Love
VENTURA, Calif., (UPI) -Dlst
Atty. Roy Gustafsoa, the people's
prosecutor and not a poet, says
Olga Duncan paid with her life for
falling in love.
Prosecutor Gutftafson made the
observation as he argued for the
conviction of 54-yir-old Elizabeth
Duncan on charges of bargaining
for the death of the pregnant wife
of her son, Frank.
Gustafson, a precise, methodi methodical
cal methodical attorney, said intense love
and hats mixed In deadly quan quan-titles
titles quan-titles motivated the "for
hire" murder of Olga, a 30-year-old
The district attorney was delib deliberate
erate deliberate as he faced a Jury of eight
woman and four men Wednesday
and examined a mass of tes testimony
timony testimony accumulated in the trial,
now in the- fourth week.
He pictured the matronly defen defendant
dant defendant as a "clever, clever woman"
but not quite clever enough,
whose 30-yesr old sttorney son
spineless jellyfish" and s
"It is obvious that Frank Dun
ean never did love Olga Duncan,"
Gufstafson said. "Olga Duncan
loved Frank and she paid lor it
with her life." y
The-affection between "motherV
and Frank was much greater than
normal, the district attorney ialdV.
But, he added, there wsa no
specisl reason why it was "Olga,
who was killed last Nov. 4.7 oy
Luis Moys, 22, and Augustine
Bsldonado, 25, two ex convict'
who ssid Mrs. Duocsn offered'
them $6,000 do away with her
If it had not been Olga. -who
was kidnaped, strangled and bur buried,
ied, buried, it could have been someone
else's sister or dsughter, he -said.
Mrs. Duncan admitted shfe did
not like Olga, but she denied hav hav-ing
ing hav-ing anything to do with the mur murder.
der. murder. She said she paid $335 to
Moya and Baldonado because she
wss being "blackmailed." :
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FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 1951
Tenth Balboa Meiavs
Thirteen Events On Card?
Program To End TomorrpW
o ... m.
The tenth annual Balboa Relays open tonight at
the Balboa Stadium with 12 events on tap. Some field
events will get under way between 6:30 and 7:15 p.m.
At 7:15 p.m. the opening ceremonies will take place;
The Athletic Club Rams are
slight favorites to win the Relays
with Ft. Kobbe and Balboa H. S.
given an outside chance of pulling
a long shot win. In all probabi probability,
lity, probability, there will be less than 10
points separating the first three
teams, with the winner of the 880
stretch the winner.
Several relay rcords could go by
the wayside, the most likely of
which, will be the discuss. With
the entry of William Damtas of
Albrook, it looks very favorable
for the discuss record to be extend
ed into the 150 ft. mark.
I bs&Jt'' f
The mile run could be a big show,
tomorrow evening with J. Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo leading the pack and if so the
nrpwwt record of 4:43.5 could go.
especially when pushed by Carl
Siebert of Albrook and Abel Le Le-gassie
gassie Le-gassie of Balboa tH. S. Jose Salas
of Fort Gulick and lone entry
from the Altantic, side army iort
could come in as" the dark 'Horse
of this eVent.
Not to b outdone by the older
and biggef boys:,,; the Junior High
School division will bring along
some record breakers. Louis
French has already clocked a 10.9
in the 108 yd for overshadowing
the present mays record of 112.
If pushed, young French could bet better
ter better his present mark.
Not to be outdone, George Pat Pat-ton,
ton, Pat-ton, of Cristobal will give the fans
a snwinl treat in the 1320 yd. run
This 13 year old runner has al already
ready already beaten his 1958 record of
4:13.2 by zu seconds, i o n i g u i
should see this race go less than
The Dint size crew of athletes
will give an excellent account ol
themselves with rumors flying
that the 60 yd. dash, shot put ana
broad iumD records of the elemen
tary division will fall.
Ralhna Hieh School officials have
announced that the box office of
Ralhoa Stadium, will open at i;00.
p.m. to take'aw of the,arTiet
ticKet seenersi' in uvevr
will also jopen at 6:00 p.nu Satur Saturday
day Saturday night for the second and final
night of the 1859 renin Annual Dai
. All events run Friday Will be
conducted right through the finals,
set of evenfs.-ior the TSattjfepaJt.
Starting times and order of e e-vents
vents e-vents tonight: j
; 6:30 p.m. Pole Vault (open)
6:3; p.m,3road Jump (open)
6:40 p.m. Shot Put (open)
6:5: D.m. Broad Jump (Jr. JI.1
7:00 p.m. Shot Put (Elem) "6 lb.
7:00 pm. High Jump (Jr. H.)
7:15 D.m. Opening Ceremonies
7:30 p.m. Low Hurdles Finals
,7:40 p.m. 440 yd. relay (Elem.)
. John's, Butler
Win Opening Games
In NIT Basketball v
NEW YORK, March 11 (UPI
St. John's e Brooklyn defeat defeated
ed defeated Villinova latt right at
the openings twenty-sec-ond
National. Invitation Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Towrniniw. Butler Univer-
sitv boat Fordfaam M-80.
05 p.m. 440 yd. Raly (Jr. M)
eunaiirreB' t-. e2..Ji :15pm. 1320 yd'. Run ( Jr. H)
SHOr PUTTER Jon Snodgrassl B.,rl;m inn vA Finals om-n
of Balboa High School tosses the
12 pound ball 47 feet 4 inches for
first blace in the recent inter-
scholastic Triangular Meet. Bal
boa expects Jon to bring home
some.' points for them during the
two-day Balboa Relays which get
ITOdAY ENCANTO 35 20 1
The Picture That Was
Filmed in Panama!
"THe Naked and The Dead"
with Aldo Ray
with John Beal
7:55 p.m. 880 yd. Relay (open) lleague honors
Providence will meot Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan tomorrow afternoon and
Now York University play Den Denver.
ver. Denver. In the quarter fimls Saf.
urday night Butlor (ace Brad Bradley
ley Bradley which is top-sooded and St.
John plays Bonaventure.
Lujacks Tak Command of
Paraiso Cage Ugoo
Thp T.uiacks Five, playing un
der the steady leadership of Al Alfred
fred Alfred Titus," have taken full com
mand of the Paraiso community
Cage League, winning live en-,
counters and suffering no defeats
The sauad last Monday chalked
iid its fourth victory at the expense
of the Elites, whom they trounced
51 to 31. and Wednesday evening
returned to the courts against tne
same aggregation in a postponed
contest that they also grabbed 65-
61 for their fifth success.
Captain Titus, teaming with
such stalwarts as Roman Jimenez,
Carl Layne and T. Scott, finds bis
duties rather smooth.
' T. Scott with 17 points,' Roman
Jimenez with 16 and Layne's con contribution
tribution contribution of 14 markers proved
their worth to the Lujacks steady
rise during four hectic quarters
that kept fans awake Wednesday
evening. The losers, however, boast
the engagement s highest scorer,,
Malcolm Saridiford, who garnered
22 points. Robert Blades, his team
mate, sank 17 points.
While taking command of the
circuit, the Lujacks find them themselves
selves themselves in a not too sure position fol following
lowing following the V-8's neat 63 to 62 up uphill
hill uphill victory over the busy Pollito
aggregation Wednesday night. The
V-8 boys, who have suffered just
one setback in the circuit at the
hands of the leaders, posted their
fifth victory in this contest and
look like a potential threat to Cop
8:25 pm. 100 yd." Finals (open)
6:30 p.m. High Jump (open)
6:30 p.m. Discuss topern)
6:30 p.m, ,High. Hurdle ftrials)
6:45 pJOMWs (Or. Hj
7:00 p.m. iBroad Jump (Elem.)
7:15 pm: Shot Ptft (Jr! H.)
7:30 p.m. High Hurdle Finals
7:40 p.m. Sprint Medley Relay
7:50 p.m. 880 yd. Relay (Jr. H)
8:00 p.m. 69 yd. finals (Elem.)
8:10 p.m. Mile Run (open)
8:20 pm. 440 yd. relay (open)
8:30 p.m. 100 yd. Finals (Jr. H.)
8:40 p.m. Mile Relay (open)
" 8:50 p.m. Closing Ceremonies.
1 1 0 Y i
Playing si at uoifarai for the
first time in the campaign Hilton
Warren, a top performer for the
Paraiso High School through three
years, registered a remarkable 32
points as his initial contribution.
This stalwart, who plays a consis
tent game, may be the answer to
the big que? tipn of the team's drive
The following are the league's
Name, team and score
bduardo Blades (Poluto) ill
' Elvarado Baptiste (V-8) 104 points
John Hogan (Pollito) 97 points.
Roland Hinds (Elites) 92 points
Roman Jimenei ,, (Lujacks) 86
TURNS TABLES Charley Frendh,' Balboa High, sprinter and
middle distance runner, evens the score b? beating Hugo Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins of Cristobal In the quarter mile event of the third Trian Triangular
gular Triangular Meet with a time ol 53.5 seconds. Both'.are members of
their respective relay ttama n the 880-yard; relay, and' the sprint :
1 iCo:, :ii" 1
Navy Into Net
Navr Ii. (iilnRBT.rJesbitt. first-
seeded singles player, stroked his
way into the semi finals yestar yestar-day
day yestar-day and the Navy into a first-
place. tie W tne YKS i emu
The v 195a jenampion trounc?u
Major Mieliaer' Chester of Army
Atlantic in, Thursday 's on on-lv'
lv' on-lv' action at the Rodman courts.
The win gav Navy, a tie with
Kobbe .. with, sixv poiLti each. But
Kobue s irom-running agt. nay
dcmuing. aiia .ara, out
expected tov register easy wins to today.,
day., today., .and' reoaoture the lead.
Schilling Kai .'scheduled to meet
his Ft. KQobe, coueague, zna. ui.
Jjave Howard, inns, m o r i n g.
Pace was. matched against Al Albrook
brook Albrook airman John Redmond this
afternoon;, A. -' -Exnected
to win without diffi
culty, Schilling and Pace will
match rackets tnemseives in tne
semi finals,. Sunday.
Top-seeded Nesbitt will clash
with third-seeded Albrook Colonel
Nicholas Powel in the other semi semifinal
final semifinal match .Sunday. Their meet meeting,
ing, meeting, described as a toss-up by lo local
cal local tennis-observers, is expected
to produce-, the best tennis of the
tourney;.; v. : (
The : jownger .-.Nesbitt will no
doubt try to wear down the grey greying
ing greying Colonel-Powel in the tour tourney's
ney's tourney's first; imatch, : requiring the
winner to take three out of five
sets. All previous games have
been played, on the basis of two
out of three gajnes.
J Editors CONRADO 6ARCEANT
. W L Pet.
5 o torn
4 .1 .800
2 4 .333
. J, 4 .,333
,0 5 .000
Palomas ts Macaws r
Pumas I, Conejos 2.
Bic-JiHi.nrfpH nitcher John Zel
nick hurled a wonderful game and
smashed two homeruns wmcn
drove in four runs to lead the Pu Pumas
mas Pumas to an easy 8-2 victory over
the brave one1oS crew yester yesterday
day yesterday in the Fastlich Teenage Base Baseball
ball Baseball League. .This result conclud-
DocfaeC Braves Negotiating
NEW YORK, March 13 (UPI)
Trade talk broke out in the big
league training camps t d a y
wjjien the Los Angeles Dodgers
disslosed recent negotiations with
the Milwaukee Braves, an1 the eral
Baltimore Orioles revealed they
want to dispose of pitcher Billy
$ General manager E. J. (Buz (Buz-rie)
rie) (Buz-rie) Bavasi of the Dodgers said
he has been approached by sev-
No New Records Set In Third
Cristobal Track-Field Night
Tbw on (Di&pLay at
OUR MAIN SHOWROOM
(Opposite Smoor y; Paredetf)
Our Colon Branch
16th b Melendez
Cadillac Pontine CMC U VaxixhttU
Ruthwin Samuels Jr. (V-8)
Alfred Titus (Lujacks) 72 points
Conrad Blades (Pollito) 65 points
Robert Blades (Elites) 64 points
Steven Garnett fV-8) 53 points.
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By TREVOR SIMONS
Strong Atlantic side winds slow-1
ed the pace of the runners at
Mount Hope Stadium and no new
records were posted as' Paul Mo Mo-ser
ser Mo-ser supervised the operations of
the third annual track and field
The meet itself was a, complete
success with 23 events ior High
School, Junior High School, Ele
mentary School students aina aui aui-letic
letic aui-letic Club runners in open classi
fication going off in a most order
Junior High, because ,of their
few entries and the Athletic Club,
did not enter into the team scor
ing. For High School, the Blue
. 1 1 .. Ul. X 1
team eqgea me wuue team uj a
53 to 50 count.
In the elementary competition,
Coco Solo ran off with honors pil
ing up 51 points. The Margari Margarita
ta Margarita entry was next with 37 points
and Gatun came in third with 18 18-V4.
V4. 18-V4. Joe Lorenko, Cristobal's mile
runner, ran Uncontested in 5.02,
Joe McGoff, one of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding high Jump prospects in many
years, topped the bar at 5 feet
8 inches. 2 inches short of his
best iumD at Balboa.
The most, thrilling race of the
night was Danny Smith! win, in
220. The Tiger runner, on the
"Blue" team, came from behind
in the final ten strides to nose out
Sterling for the win. Smith's time
was 22.2 and Sterling's 22.2:1.
The complete results of the
track and field night follows:
7:00 t TODAY 9:00
$1.10 per CAR I ,.
Collen GRAY In
"Arrow In The Dust"
Tomorrow & Sunday!
Marilyn MAXWELL In
50 Yard Dash (Boys) 1st.
Billison, 2nd. (tie) Clements, Rq-,
'50 Yard Dash (Girls) 1st.
(Tie) Dryer, Parsons, 3rd. A-
75 Yard Dash (Boys) 1st.
Bedworth, 2nd. Brians, 3rd. Cro-
75 Yard Dash (Girls)" Ist.J
f etuer, zna. rarsons, jra. Anng.
100 Yard Dash (Girls) ,1st
Manning, 2nd. Dryer, 3rd. Bot-
100 Yard Dash (Boys) 1st.
McNamee, 2nd. Bedworth, 3rd.
440 Relay 1st. Coco Solo,
2nd. Gatun, 3rd. So., Margarita.
Broad Jump 1st. McNamee,
2nd. Billison, 3rd. Quinn.
Sjjot-Put 1st. Motta, 2nd. Bat Bat-son,'
son,' Bat-son,' 3rd. Manning. ;
j High Jump 1st. Thompson,
2nd. Livingston, 3rd. Pabon.
. 50 Yard Dash 1st. Stohrer,
2nd. Leignadier, 3rd. Ramirei.
75! Yard Dash 1st. Stohrer,
2nd. Patton, 3rd. Leignadier.
100 Yard Dash 1st. Cooper,
2nd. Burza, 3rd. Ramirez.
880 Yard Dash 1st. Patton,
2tfd. "Davis, 3rd. Shaf er.
. 440. Yard, Relay .1st. Cooper-Patton-Buwa-Shafer,
Broad Jump 1st. Cooper,
Shot-Put 1st. Burza, 2nd.
Cooner, 3rd. Brooks.
High Jump 1st. Leignadier
2nd. Davis, 3rd. Burza. ,,
44p Yard Relay 1st. White
Team, 2nJ. Blue Team.
70 Yard Hieh Hurdles 1st.
Tomukins. 2nd. newhard, ?rd.
One Mile Run Lorenzo.
220, Yard Dash 1st. TomP'
kins. 2nd. Newhard, 3rd. Irving.
880 Yard Run 1st. Smith,
2nd. Sterling, 3rd. Swalm.
180 Yard Low Hurdles 1st.
HUmohrey, 2nd. Woodruff, 3rd.
440 Yard J)ash 1st. Irving,
2nd. Sanders, 3rd Ender.
Broad Jump 14. Kulig4 2nd.
Tompkins, 3rd. Billison,
Shot Put 1st. Ender 2nd.
Kulif. 3rd. Billison. 1 iv
HiPh Jump 1st. McGoff, 2nd.
Weigle, 3rd. Kulig. V
searching desperately for a re re-plactment,
plactment, re-plactment, for second baseman
tiea scnoenaienst. ine craves
want either Junior Gilliam or
Don Zimmer but Bavasl says
the price would be high if tne
Dodgers were to make a deal in
"I'm not going to make a deal
just to help the Braves and if we
give them a seconcb-baseman we
are helping them, said Bavasi
"I wfjl fotksff deal, however,
provided it's one We can't turn
down. If we can get two players
who will play for us every day or
one daily player and a pitcher
who can go every fourth; day,
we re willrog to deal.
' T,h Bravesv who know Scho Scho-er)dinst
er)dinst Scho-er)dinst won't b"vai)abla and
suspect that Mat Roach,1-, Ori-
ginal No. 1 candidate for the
job, won't bt either, now rata
Chuck Cottier, a 23-year -. old
rookie on the Louisville roster,
was their best prospect. Cottier
has starred defensively in the
Braves'" early- exhibition games
and has collected five hits in
13 times at 4at.
"I'm ready to trade or sell
Loes,'.' said Paul Richards dry
ly, "only thing is that we have
no bidders for him."
ine uoston ned sox, mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, -continued1, their "perfect"
conamoning. program at scotts
dale, Ariz., by beating the San
Francisco Giants. 7 to 1. for their
fifth straight victory. Willie
Mays spiked himself on the right
leg on a play at the plate but is
not believed seriously injured.
The. New York Yankees shaded
the Orioles, 10-9, .the Cleveland
Indian, edged out the Chicago
Cubs, 6-5, and the Cincinnati
Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates,
9-4, in other grapefruit league
The Yankees scored a run in
the 11th inmdng with the help of
second-baseman'' Billy Gardner's
error to beat. the Orioles affter
blowing an 8-1-first-inning lead.
Mickey Mantle -returned to action
for the world champions ; but
made only one hit in five trie.s
and is 1-for-ll for the spring.
Carroll Pardy's 10th Inning
single- drove in the winning run
for the Indiantt,. Mike Garcia
was battered for all the Cub
runs In the "fourth and fifth In In-nings
nings In-nings but Herb Score hurled
three fiitlest frames for Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, hit first Impressive show-'
ing of tne spring,
v Pittsburgh R o o k 1 e Don Rowe
was the victim as the Reds stag
ed a five-run rally in the seventh
lining, a coia, Tvmay anernoon
at Tampa, Fla. turned the game
into a farce. '' '.
Other camp news: Pitcher Moe
Drabowski of the' Cubs, suffered
a fractured right' thumb while
batting and will be sidelined a a-bout
bout a-bout six weeks, v ".Manager Ed Eddie
die Eddie Sawyer' said' the Phillies" in in-creased
creased in-creased speed is the No. 1 club
The rlav brids were really flying
high at the Pedro Miguel Gun
Club on Paraiso ; Hill, Sunday,
March 8. In fact the dry season
breeze was so breezy that missed
birds boomeranged right back to
the shooter who broke, them with
the muzzle of his gpur - : : ;'.
Lee Carr disqualified all : clay
birds broken in this fasniwvother-
widr all shooters would have naa
a straight. 75 score for the shoot.
The Club blferefliwo evfents,sun,-
dav 25 tareets at 16 wds'.'and
50 targets at A.T.Aftariidicap, for
a total of 75 targets thrown, All
prizes were won -on topai, largets
broken, except the juniors who
snot oniy me nanaicap oi ou
sets. This was a -merchandise
shoot with Sportsmen, items as
prizes. BeJow are the scores:
Bill cunningnam, rnze isi.
choice 70x75. 1A
Lee Carr, prize 2nd choice, '67.''
Doc Norris, price 3rd. choice 66.
Pete Barr, prize ,4th choice,
Pete Simpson, prize 5th choice
ed a four-game losing streak
the Pumas. and enabled them. t4-i
ue tneir victims or yesterday's
Zelnick hit long homers both
times. In the third the connecte"?
a solid hBer over :the left-field
barrier after F. Quiros walked.
He repeated thij feat in the sixth
frame; but this time ht cleareo!
the centerfield-fence. Before Zefi
nick exoloded with his 'second
ound-tripper; giant John Bate ."
man, wno waucea, sioie secona: -third:
. Bateman was Jut- by. a pitcht c
struck-. out and made a might '.
swing on one of pitcher Bob Bran Brandon's
don's Brandon's offerings to send the 4sjl i- .I
"mile", over the fence. Thanks to
this four-bagger,, his twelfth of
the season:, Bateman broke
record set jast year byJ Ocelot's
Frank? Ammiratf. He also raised-
to 28 his' total of runs batted in.
Buddy ?Dempsey, who. got a neat,
single,. scored ahead "of Bltt Bltt-man.
A single by Corrigan and walks
to Dempsey,. Bateman and Qul,.v
ros fave- the Pumas their fast
run in the seyenth. .I
Zelnick, limited? the Conejos to
iour mis, including a nomer d.
the Conejos' slugger. "'
The fans saw a well-played
game, since only two errors wert
made both by the losers.
AB R HPOA
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4 1 1 0
.2 1.9 t'i
1 t 1 0
1 0 0 0 0
3 0,0 0 0,i
Dempsey B., 2b
Bateman J., lb
Quiros F rf
Zelnick J., p
Williams M-. 3b
Potter D., c
Pearl R., cf
i T T. PaaV CT
(JH: Shacklett, 57
Asiie Wgan, si.
t Andy Handy, 49
1J. McNall, 41.
..Fred Roe, 40.
'.Sam Roe, 37. : i.
Junior shoot Birds at handicap
Bill Sott. PrizelSt chdlee4&i
WilBert Wilcox, 43tiw
James Bradley, 37.
"' Carr' says he will be offering
skeet for anyone -who cares to
shoot it. Next Sunday, March 15,
at 10 a,m.
There will also be some practice
shooting at the Balboa Gun Club'
Trap Range' Saturday 10" a.nf ',
March 14. If 5 shooters show up
all birds will be registered.
Joyner JL ss-3b
Linfors F., 2b-rf
Brandon R.t p-ss
Monroe, 11 ;
Hern R., cf
Griffiths, rf f j
Ktoiidnor G., 2b V
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2 0 : 0 tr- f
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27 S S21 8
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3 0 0 2 t ;
2 1' O'O 3
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3 0 0 1 2
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CAP IT OLIO
25c. '' ;.'i5c:
with peter VaHeick
THE HARD MAN
withOpy Madison, v,
T I VOL I
with Tab Hunter
A CRY IN THE
with Ed.; O'Brien
15c; tV .li't.Vini.-.-f.
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NAKED ,ln THE SUN
Totals 25 2 4 21 10
"', Score by lnninf :;tA. ... ,j
Pumas 002 023 18 4 0
Conejos KWO 002 0-2 4 0
. : il ? '..-. jii-.
i vrfl, Earted JRuns': Pumss 8; Cone? i
jos z. ( Errors; Brandon; U a r ei-r.
RBlV Bateman 2, 'Quiros, Zelnicnl 2
4, H. Hovan 2. Hameruns: Zel-
nick 2, Bateman. 'G. Hovan. Stoli ?
en Bases: Corrigan, Bateman 3y-x
Quiros, Williams 2. Strikeouts': 'X
Zelnick 6, Brandon" 2, Hare 4.
Base on baUs: Zelnick 2, Braij Braij-don
don Braij-don 4, Hare 8. W. -Zelnick: i Lt-
Brandon. Umpirers: Alonso, Eddie
Corrigan,, Scorer: Palomo. .iV u.
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Racer Track s
1f Rie; rSpUl", Imp. 5 Fgs. Furs $450.00
4- J-V In. RACE OF JHE DOUBLE -;,,-
1-Voltage G. Ramos 97x Brief early speed: J iw 15-1
2- Blue Paint r B. Baeza 108 Impressive debut r 21
1-Dofta tWi,. K Ctistian U3 i Form indicates-; ? 3-2
4-Barloa -A. Silva 103 Nothing to recommend .: -v VMS-Edward
James H. Hildalgo lOOx Failure to date 15-1
,' tAerial Trumpet F. Alvares 105 Hasn't shown much. 15 1
7-Rhea Calli S. HernandeaU0 Depends on start 31
S-Second Cup -H, Milord 110
2nd Rim Mi Scries Imo. I Fas.
; a, 2nd RACE OF,
1-Atoinic Spring B. Baeza 115
Geyser Talavera 108
3-Alha jar ; s A. Alfaro 108
e-Cuquita R. Cristian 112
5- Destello ;:; ', J. Phillips 108
6- iMiss Patience S.-Hernand. 108
7- La Fama Hi Hidalgo 109x
8- Teloreo A. Gonzales 100
9- Empire Cross' A. Credidio 105.
3rd. Race "F" Natives i Fgs.
1-ian Vicente B. Aguirre US
2-pichoto J. Talavera 115
3- E1 Pequefio S. Cam Jal 110
4- Dudoso A. Alfaro 106
4th ,Rce 7th Srles Imp. 7.
1- tutnante J. Talavera 108
2- Iferk H. Hidalgo 102x
,'understreak G. Sanchez 110
hmilda V. Tejad- 97x
tr My unree K. vasquez uz
Kba B. Baeza U"
5th Ra:e 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1- The Gipsy
5- (Mi Cautiva
G. Montero 113
B, Baeza 113
V. Castillo 112
R. Vasquez 113
4th. Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs.
, 1st RACE OF
1- La Brisa
2- Acc. Rendered
R. Cristian 113
G. Sanchez 113
6- Arg. Royal)
S. Hernandez 110
H. Hidalgo lOlx
A. Credidio 110
V. Teiada 105x
G. Milord 108
7th-Race 4th Series' Imp. 4 Fgs.
2nd KACe Or
1- E1 Agheila G. Montero 118
2- Saprjsti ; R. Vasquez 116
J-Oliver V G. Milord 115
4-Neeful A Credidio 105
5- (Otorongo : J. Talavera 108
6- (Dagon F. Sancnez"1023t
Ith Race "Special" Imp.
1- Quien Sera S. Hernandez 103
2- Marsella G.x Milord 112
S-Don Sam B. Baeza 112
4- Guillotina A. Silva 104
5- Don Tadeo t A: Credidio 106
6- Luzbel H. Hidalgo 97x
7- Marie Chantal S. Heniand. 106
8-San Salvador J. Samaniego lli
S-Gran Capitan B. Aguirre 115
10-Cho'Han 1 E. Dario 103"
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 7
F. Alvarez 115
A. Silva 115
!.' Hernandez 112
V. Castillo 115
J. Talavera 115
R. Vasquez 113
B. Baeza 1?
105 Race 3rd. Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
2- Man. Pedraza
4- Artie Princess
V. Ortega 115
H. Hidalgo 107x
D. Barret 103x
' G. Milord 112
litis Rac 4th Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
lfcranadero R. Vasquez 112
2-Princ3sa Gitana. B. Baeza 113
5- Golazo -D.'Bsrretb HOx
4-Sunsqu H. Hidalgo 103x
SIaese V. Tejada 7x
6-JUst Dust : A. Milord 105
7- Emily Mary A. Crediditf 113
-Gavilan V. Castillo US
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CIGARRILLOS OASiS FIGHT
JINOMOTO TO 14-14 TIE
Four pitchvrs paraded to the
pitching mound m one ot the
most free swinging contests ever
in the seven year history of the
Rainbow City Open Classification
Xwo hurler worked for each
team and amona them distribute
d3l hits and 32 runs to the d
ligQt of the 1600 fans on hand. No
on left this wild slugfest until
the! final out was made, the score
at no time betraying the final
outcome. :.'V;V' U : h
Xlfonso (Loco) Diaz, the sec
ond Cigarrillos Oasis pitcher was
tagged for record-making offens offenses
es offenses :i he gavo up fourteen hits
in .the las: two lnninesl seven con-
secuuve m ,uie oiui. wbotiv at7
tacks on the Omaha Insurance
Pills establishing leaeue records
for team offense. Omaha repre
senlative, L Jv McCarthy, would
nave joined the fans in howling
Sybase hit af base hit rang
off the Omaha Pills, for. the eve-
alnfe. v-: -vv'-'wru
The last Place Allnomoto. riv
vaiiped, scratched their way to
anjearly 5-0 had in the first but
saw that, lead vanish as the El-ta-Rob'nson
Cigarrillos Oasis tack-
Peot Close 1:00
Dangerous contender 3-2
Pool Coses 1:30
-jockey inay decide
Has beaten better
Distance too long
Could score again
-Outclassed By far
Poor recent races
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2:00
Returns in good shape EVEN
Could make it now 3-2
Rates good chance 2-1
Fractious, outclassed 30-1
Fgs. Purse 1450.00
Pool Closes 2:30
Could be runnerup
Rates good chance
-Cou1'' hang on
o. 9 )!ir -er
"""flu'"' from bz
Vurse $450.00 Pool Closes 3:30
-Best e-riy foot 3-1,
Mutuels favorite 12
-Gets stiff test here 3-2
Ran well in last 2-1
Could be winner too 2-1
Fool Closes 3:40
Distance to liking - 2-1
Should beat these EVEN
Enjoying top form 5-1
-Usually close up 5-1
' No. 1 contender 2-1
Nothing recently 3-1
-Quit badly in last 3-1
Pool Closes 4:10
Doesn't seem likely
Distance to liking
In fight to finish
Better this week
i-Could be upsetter
Prefers more ground'1
Has good, workouts
Fair effort in debut
Has shown nothing
Still plenty green
Refused jo debut
Big, good looking,
Has shown nothing
Pool Closes 5:15
Dubious race last
Returns in good shape
Dangerous this time
-Would pay well hers
Down in class
Could go all the way
Purs $450.00 Pool Closes S:
-Not with this rider
Hard to beat her
Better than ever
Runs besi for rider
Poor effort in last
Early. speed only
Could surprise 1
--Not against these
- Must go lower
i-Form indicates '
ed up a big nine" in the bottom
of the second. Showing signs of
not being dead, the Juan Carillo
Ajinomotos hish geared them
selves into a temporary lead, with
anouier "flver" only to immedl
ately lose the lead to the slugging
The next chapter of this Inter Interesting
esting Interesting but fantastic orgy of bass
hits had the Oasis gang move Out
to capture another shortlived
lead because the 4ast olaca Jaoa
nese lumped on Loco Diaz like
wild bees, slamming the OIP for
another seven-hit inning. This re re-bellion
bellion re-bellion brought them to 16-14 lead
that melted into a tie as the game
enaea, uasii scored lust enough
2 runs to tie the contest and
thus their second in as many
Eleven 'other 'hitting and oitch.
ing records were either tied or
establish in tut contest,'
Te schedule continues on Sat
urday when Pantra plays Pow Powells
ells Powells in the first gams at 2:30 and
S'evedore Morris goes against Oa Oasis
sis Oasis in the nightcap.. Lew Hilxln-
ger,.is ;ikhe4u)ed& to face, ,, Bob
Moolchanin '.this.blg on, .The
Stevedores nave a fair-sized first
place cushion working on rnd a
victory in this one could well put
mem on ins noma sureicn run. ; i
Homan. Gazapo, Alpina
In Seven Furlong Dash
Seven second series thoroughbreds will match
strides tomorrow afternoon in the featured $750
seven furlong dash at
The probable mutuels tavorite
to cop the major share of the
purse is Quickie, which was sec
ond to classy Quidico over six tur-
longs last week and will have the
advantage of being ridden by lead
ing jockey Braulio Baeza.
The other scheduled star are
Homan, Lobo, Gazapo, B r g h t
Spur, Embassy and Alpina. Ho
man, returning from a layoff, will
be ridden by Kuben (Caliche) vas
Lobo, down in class after re
peatedly trailing the top class
first series racers, couiu be m up
setter here. He will have Jose Ta
la vera aboard.
Gazapo barely outlasted Manue-
la Pedraza by a half length last
week nd would pay a juicy divid dividend
end dividend if he manages to score again.
Virfilio Castilo, who has not vi visiter1
siter1 visiter1 the winner's circe in quite
s while, will do the booting.
Bright Spur, which should bene
fit from a week's layoff, is a dan-
garus contender. He will have
Saodino Hernandez in the saddle
in place of the new almost hap
less Arquimeaes Alfaro.
Embassy, a proven class horse
ever since 1956, returns from one
of his long layoffs in good shape.
He bears watching his only, handi handicap
cap handicap is his jockey, Andres Silva.
Alpina, fifth and last against
Quidico last week, could bounce
back into the winners circle this
time? Her favorite rider,i; Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Alvarez, will handle her reins.
Nine other prospective thrillers
wnicn snoum get the raubirds in
the mood for Sunday's big $7,500
added six furlong Francisco Arias
Paredes Classic are included on
In one of the added features of
the card, unbeaten native filly Ja Ja-nina
nina Ja-nina goes out in quest of her 19th
consecutive victory which would
establish a new all-time local rec-
By Confado Sargeant
Tha bie talk in local racing
circles is, of course, the possible
outcome of Sunday's $7,500 sdded
six furlong Francisco Arias rare
des Classic at- the President Ke
Yesterday morning six of the
ten horses entered for the race
burned the track with sizzling
workouts. The best was Quidico' s
11 3-5 22 3-5. 34 4-5 seconds for
Deoendab'e and Deauville had
Identical workouts of 11 3-5, 23 3-5,
36 for three panels, waue uon lu
eho went one furlong in 12 1 3
with his workout boy going bare
Santillan sped a furlong in 13
nH ruated in 11 3-5 to UD his
stock in the big race. Probable
mutuels choice Siete y Medio
sprinted one furtong hi 12 4-5 and
repeated anoiner ruriong m u a-o
Earlier this week, Ragana
went six furlongs in II 4-5, 23
4-5, 35 4-5, 48 1-5, 1:00 4-5 1:13
3-5 rind defending sprint classic
champion Doub'r Four turned a
half ml. In 12 1-5, 24 2-5, 37, 4?.
Up to cieudline time, no fist
workouts had been reported on
newcomer Blancor or Evening
Heading the list of fouij new
comers -biteduw to maxe uieir
local iebul this weekend n the
highlv rated Arr.ntme-brei print
er Blancor. i o laner. a lour-
year-old chestnut son of Blason-
Starlin .. is ovred by Lie Stud
Malena and trained by Arturo Ju
Blancor was shipped to Pana
ma especially to participate in
Sunday's sprint classic and should
be in the uuck of things urougn urougn-out.
out. urougn-out. He will be ridden by the re
portedly top class Chilean jockey
Antonio Marchesinl. Win or lose.
Marchesini will return to ride at
Peru's San Felipe track, la t next
Another Stud Malena-owned new
comer scheduled to make his first
local start is Lancaster, a five
year-old Argentine-bred bay son
of Bahram-La Marga. Lancaster
is being trained locally by Jose
Oscar Mendoza. He is slated to
compete in Sunday's second race
with Marchesini listed to do the
The other two ceoutants are the
two-year-olds San Salvador and
Marsella. 'Both are scheduled
starters in tomorrow's eighth race.
San Salvador, whkh Will be 'rid
den by Jose Samaniego. ig by far
the more impressive ot the two.
He is a big Argentine-bred brown
son of Diadoque-Sonia. The Stud
11" owns him and Luis A. Gon
zalez does the training.
Marsella. a Chilean-bred brown
daughter of Cockney-Sister Ann.
will be ridden by Guillermo Mi
lord. She is owned by George Jo Joseph
seph Joseph and trained by Julian; Jo Joseph.
seph. Joseph. 'i.
Many changes were registered
this week at the trsck's statisUcs
office. Cuquita's new trainer is
the President Remon race
ord. Januu aod Riqul are nqw
tied for the record.
Janina is considered so much
superior to the opposition that she
is excluded from the betting even
tnougn it will be the first time she
will be going against imported
1 Blue Paint
3 San Vicent
4 Ben My Chr
4 Account R.
I Gran Capitan
10 Artie Princess
11 Gavilan () Princesa Gitana
Deadline For Open
For March 31
Entires for the
Tournament will be
from i tomorrow until TWcHnv
marcn u, at p.m.
All tennis players who wish to
compete will please contact Juan
Fernanda organizer at the O
lympic Swimming Pool. Hme:
iu ro u:iv a.m. ana from 3 p.m.
to o;su, p.m. aauy.
' .The entry fee is $2 per player,
The sponsors for this tourna
ment are Auto Omphroy for sin
gles and Aurora Store for dou
Luis H. Farrugia while her owner
is usiea as Jonn v. Price.
San Vicent will rac under
the colors of Awrclio Rodriguez
while Prudonci Pinlllo conti.
nuos to do th training ... Th
Sfud Los Slt's L Matelof and
Dauvill hav been turned y.
r t Tmas Blackburn for
Santillan will race under the
colors of the Stud Rancho Bravo
beginning this week. Jacinto Na Na-V,E
V,E Na-V,E "nth"" to do the training.
The Stud Venezuela's Embassy
returns under the training of new newcomer
comer newcomer Jose A. Reyes ... Manuela
Pedraza and Riotous will race in
the future for tho tr.. vi --.
fiO. AugUStO W. Neumn ttn
conUnue to be their trainer.
Nbticion i nAw
FeUx RodricuV; JETt "y
Nebrisca. Sahiondn n ran sn't
SH. Pw.wm race without"
asiUAClB WIU1B INnttPinn Can Tl
Aanf nJ it t7 wM 1'
hn. nui ma to with
.iiauiLiuu rtruiiiartn fintahAi .....
unu iasi aturdav at n!.it
. a....oii,u BCIC
Park in his second tf B?ff
returned $16.20 to place and Vm
cTaimmgace.Te ,M agh
. . --O0O
x.uwara James, a moMo u
jvB.-um 11,1 1 ir i imi-nmn rrr...
'JZLZZ r S' arPP?d dead
ZZZX'SiFF conipieung h i s
w,c i ine local racetrack
The colt. whl.h rf.A-..jTL
colors of the SM'mi
Wnn.;rTd by Albert0 Pereira,
fering a heart attack.
Urns will b placed at tha
gfs to th racetrack for th
fans who dslr to .male, dona dona-tins
tins dona-tins to fh caws of ailing form,
r racehors trainer jamas (Jim (Jimmy)
my) (Jimmy) Cowan thla Sunday.
' There will b 'a Jtmm rn..,.
Hamdicao for fifth UFj.L....
thrdughbreds. The race is schedui-
i i yfevenm on Sunday's
wo.. l.iU)Siih, iowan will per personally
sonally personally present a trophy to the
owner of the winning horse.
Cowan, a natient. t h nti-..i.
Solano HosDital. will h.
nled by Dr. Juan de Dios EcheveVs.
-O00 f.TO'"'' jsj'";'-.'
Admission to all AnnAanu.
Of the-Presldent- Remon racetrack
will be free on Sundiv ta aiinw
many fans as possibl to. sr the,
mucn-talked-about Francisco Arias
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BeiUo Bella Vteta TtaeWan Branch at Minima 8nper Market on Via Espana COLON OFFICE; 15tlx ani Anadr Guerrero No lull Tel. 431.
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THIS" SPACE IS FOR SALE I
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740- I
Foster cottages, between Santa
Clan and Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeanaide Cottages
Santa Clara K. de P.
ama 1-1877 Criftobal 1-1673.
FOR RENT: Only for five
months, furnished chalet, in including
cluding including piano, radio, television
and ventilators, garaget garden.
Good price. Information 2-1109
ask for de la Rosa.
FOR RENT: Home 50th St. No.
17. completely furnished includ including
ing including freexer, washing machineand
dryer, 3 bedrooms air condition conditioned,
ed, conditioned, 3 baths, hot water $250.00.
Cucalon tr Co. Realtors. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
stove, refrigerator, double coach,
private bath and entrance. No.
3. 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Rooms, furnished.
"I" Street No. 26, close to An An-con
con An-con bus stop. Phone 2-5174,
from 7:00 to 9i0 p.m.
v Orange Kist v Westinghouse at
,; Panama Insurance vs Spur Co Cola,
la, Cola, at Mount Mount Hop.
Spur Cola, vs Orange Kist at
Panama Insurance vi Westing
house at Fort Clayton.
Game time it 1:00 p.m.
NOTTINGHAM England (UPI)
Local police, anxious to give
mustachioed robbery mpett
Hedley Woodward every chance
bought a dozen false mustaches
for other men In the identification
lineup. A witness picked Wood-
ward out anyway.
WORLD ALMANAC 1959
Better Home A.Grdent, March
BasobaH Revie-w, 1 959 m,.mmmm, ..
Popular Photography, Maroh
ThME, Maroh 16
B.H.G. Garden He-as 1959
Sports Care, 1959
The Radio Amatour Hand
U.S. News A World Report,
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
am am. to 12:0
2:0 p.m. to 8:00
Saturday: :00 a.m. to 12:00
Happened to .
Bobby Doerr was the regular
' second baseman for the Boston
Red Sox for 14 seasons, starting
in 1937 and ending in 1951. A back
ailment was one of the induce induce-.
. induce-. menls that led him to quit though
he admits he might have gone on
another couple of years. Doerr
was a reliable fielder and excel excellent
lent excellent hitter. Three times he hit
FOR RENT: 5 pi'drooms apart apartment
ment apartment and other one of wo td td-roomi.
roomi. td-roomi. Colombia Street No. 8.
For detail! telephone 3-0338 2-
FOR RENT: Cool apartment, 2
bedroom modern, "closers, one
toilet, livingdiningroom, big kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room with toilet,
laundry room, private parking,
hot water pipe, all wired. Ave.
Juan A. Jimenes No. 23, Apart Apartment
ment Apartment 2 in front Colegio Javier.
Phone 3-1382 or 3-1636. $105.
IN BELLAVISTA Large Two
Bedroom Apt., Dining, Living,
Porch, Balconies, Two Bath Bathrooms,
rooms, Bathrooms, Maid's room and Garage
also smaller two Bedroom Apt.
Furnished or Unfurnished. Call
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
with living room, bedroom, bath'
room, kitchen, big back porch
and two independent entrances.
Price $57.00. furnished $75.00.
31st street No. 3-41.
FOR SALE: Small apartment
for married couple. Rent $55.00.
Justo Aresemena Avenue & 26th
street, upstairs FarmScta Alonso.
Key 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: Two bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, all conveniences. "Cheles
Apartments,'' Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT: In Cangrejo, m m-dern
dern m-dern two bedroom apartment,
garage, hot water, (Installation).
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment ($55.00). All conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. 168 Via Belisario Perras.
FOR RENT i A two bedroom
apartment, maid's room and bath,
independent laundry facilities,
garage, cedar-lined closets with
locks, wall safe, hot water plumb plumbing
ing plumbing and heater. Calla Jose Mar Marti,
ti, Marti, El Cangrejo. Phone 2-3094
9:00 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.; 5:00 to
POR RENT; Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, at,ovo, refrigerator.
Belle Vista. 43rd No. 64.
sale this week:
March 16 35
AdVertis m thu ectiofiAds only cost $0.85 per 'col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES Uf TO 86 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
over .300 with a high of .325 In
1944. His only bad year was .258.
in 1947 but two years later he was
back at .309.
Whatever happened to Bobby
Doerr? Now approaching his 41st
birthday, he is a rancher at Junc
tion City, Ore., and two years ago
returned to the Red Sox as a
scout and spring training instructor,
FOR SALE: '54 Mercury con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, new tires, call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury 4
door. Mercomatic drive. Call
Navy 2226, 8i00 a.m. 4:00
p.m After 4:00 p.m. Navy 2302
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Plasa Fordor, pushbutton drive,
12,000 miles, one owner, perfect,
$1650 cash, will trade for older
model, call Balboa 2-1744.
FOR SALE: 1956 sation wagon
9-passenger Country Sedan. V-8
engine, Fordomatic transmission,
dual exhaust, low milage, new
WW tires, safety pack, large
wheel disks, tutone paint, and
rear bumber luggage rack. Phono
Albrook 86-6238, Quarters
WANTED: 1957 Lincoln or
1957 1958 Cadillac or 1958
Buick Super. Phone 2-0261
FOR SALE: 1958 Vauxhall Vic Victor
tor Victor 9.000 miles. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Economy driving. Amer American
ican American owners. $1,500. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-7374.
FOR SALE: Triumph Thunder Thunder-bird
bird Thunder-bird motorcycle, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, extras. 0437-F Frangipani,
FOR SALE: Station wagon, 4
door, 1958 Ford. Perfect mecha mechanical
nical mechanical condition and appearance appearance-Priced
Priced appearance-Priced below blue book. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Gamboa 6-731.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker.
$150.00. 6th Street No. 2116,
Curundu. Tel. 2274 Curundu.
Take Doubles Lead
In Bowling Tourney
Rodriguez the" Latin Ameri American
can American School ai Albrook and Feikert
of the Albrook Intramural "B"
League displaced Lickfield and
Keeler of the Clayton Medics in
the lead in the doubles event.
Rodriguez and Feikert teamed
up to hit 1241 and go ahead of
Lickfield-Keeler by six pias. In
third spot is the Seagram CO duo
from Kobbe ARNAV Loop with
1202. Others in line, are Palm Palm-Bureoon
Bureoon Palm-Bureoon with 1106, Nunes and Sul
livan with 1194, Charters-Keelin
1193, Laquidaia-Ely and Hassler
and Bates are tied for the next
In the singles, -Burt Deveau re
tained his lead with a 657, and his
fellow railroad roundhouse work
er, Bruce "Morrow, was next in
line with 633. Both Morrow and
Deveau roll in the Balboa Men's
and Mixed Leagues.
In third spot with 631, is anoth another
er another bowler from Balboa Men's
and Balboa Mixed circuits, Joe
Bieber, with 631. And still anoth another
er another member of the the Balboa Mix
ed League took over fourth spot,
Paul Karst with 605.
Some of the others near the top
are Keeler of Clayton with 597,
BUI Allen of the Majors 589, an
other Major Leaguer, George
Bell 581. Followed by Bob Mor
row 579, Amat6, last year's all-e
vents champ, 577, Ray Dube 577,
Bowden 572 and George Riley 571.
Bieber took the high game hon
ors, with 239 displacing Bob
Boyer in this class. In the scratch
division, the president of the Pan Pan-Canal
Canal Pan-Canal Bowling Association, D e
Charters, and partner Al Kaelin
have tabbed 1091.
Some of tihe keglers have com completed
pleted completed their three rounds of team,
SKINS SIGN 6UGLIILMI
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ralph Ralph-Guglielmi,
Guglielmi, Ralph-Guglielmi, former Notre Dame
quarterback, has signed a new
three year contract with the
Waahineton Redskins of the Na
tional Football League. Guglielmi
was an unaersiuay 10 uaaie
Baron last season,
FOR SALt:--Leaving country.
Must selt 10 Vi cu. ft. Servel
electric automatic ice-cube mak maker
er maker refrigerator. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Real Bargain. Tel. Pan. 3-;
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator,. 8. t cu. ft.
FOR SALE: Rugs in large sixes,
Excellent condition. Mangle inn inner,
er, inner, like new. Phone: ,3-6775.
FOR SALE: Two beds with
springs. $30.00. Call Balboa 2 2-2580.
2580. 2-2580. FOR SALE: Singer machine
$125.00 Curundu, C. Z. 2149
Apt. A, Mrs. H. Koehler 2-6 p.
FOR SALE: Bargain. One only
DeLuxe Kenmore automatic
dryer No. 553890 Floor Sample
3 temperature control protects
fabric. 10-lb. capacity, porcelain
interior. Regular $269.95, sale
price $99.00. One year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Sears Roebuck, S.A. on the
FOR SALE: Bargain. Two each
Kenmore automatic dryer, floor
sample-demostrator, 9-lb. : capa capacity,
city, capacity, porcelain interior, regular
$229 95, sale price $99.00. One
year guarantee. Sears Roebuck,
S.A., on the Transithmian.
FORCED TO STAND
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) They
lauened wnen waiter Jones.
chose to stand while testifying
against Roy Granderson, an old
friend he accused of assaulting
His old friend shot him in the
seat of the pants with a small
bore shotgun, Jones aaid.
Granderson was fined for dls
charging a firearm inside the
TOO MANY WIVES
MANILA (UPI) The Philip
pines has 102 incumbent male
members in. its House of Repre
That's why the Manila Dallv
Bulletin asKea wny the "congres
sional ladies' circle composed ex
clusively of wives Of reoresenta
tives, has 133 names on its ros
STEAL DRIVE SHAFT
SCHUYLER, Neb. (UPI)-Two
singles and doubles, for the all
events crown, and the leaders
are Deveau with 1787, Bieber
1773, Reccie 1772, Keeler 1766
Burgoon 1722 and Bowden 1718
However, Bruce Hassled with
1260, Johnny Ely 1253, Nunes
1219, Rollie Gleichma,n 1219, Del
Charters 1206, Don Rudy 1214, all
have a good foundation and have
one more round to go.
The tournament committee has
completed its verifications rela relative
tive relative fo the NCO team from Gu Gu-hck
hck Gu-hck and the ATSO team from
Clayton and they have retained
their positions. Qulick NCO are
the champions and ATSO get the
sixcn piace money.
The tournament will ho mm.
pleted tomorrow night when' a lot
oi Atlantic siders will take
crack at the figures.
FOR SALE: 14 cubic foot
"Cooldspot" chest type deep
f reexest. Shopsmith' multi-purpose
woodworking machine! with ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Telephone Army 82 82-3109,
3109, 82-3109, after duty hours Army 82 82-5118.
5118. 82-5118. FOR SALE: -Magazine subs subscription
cription subscription business. Averages $150
net monthly. All Canal Zone ac accounts.
counts. accounts. Will sell this small lu lucrative
crative lucrative business for only $400
cash. As I am leaving country.
Tel. Panama 3-4982.
FOR SALE: Mooney M-18-C
Airplane $1500.00, cash. Also 38
foot Diesel powered boat. 2 2-3578.
3578. 2-3578. FOR SALE: German Hi-Fi and
radio console, dark walnut. Seen
5:00 to 7:00 p.m. 0431 -J An Ancon.
con. Ancon. FOR SALE: Long focus lenes
Elnar 90 n.n. FHektor 135
nn. F4.5 metraphoi light merer
will fit all Leica camera $100.
Curundu, 2031-B, 2nd St. Tel.
FOR SALE: Preferred (10)
and Common Shares of Finan Finan-as.
as. Finan-as. Inc. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALE: Living room set
Maple '$90.00, bedroom set
Simmons $1 50.00 Hoover Vac Vac-cam
cam Vac-cam Cleaner Electric $35.00,
two girl's bicycles $10.00. Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2031-B. Tef. 83-7219.
Boats & Motors
New and used boats and motors
for immediate delivery, reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. We buy, sell and trade.
GOODS, across side street Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel. Phone 3-6895 3 3-0264.
0264. 3-0264. We build, repair and fiberglass
boats. Also furnish materials (do
ft your self). ABERNATHY.
Factory distributor Marine fly-
wood, -Perko Marine hardware,'
Michigan propellers, boat Armor
Resin and fiberglass materials,
FOR SALE: 16' Runabout, 52"
beam bottom fiberglassed. Best
offer by 15th. Albrook 7208.
FOR SALE: 1955 (ohnson out outboard
board outboard 25 h.p., good condition
$250.00, Tel. Balboa 3417.
FOR SALE: 18-foot cabin
cruiser, 25 h.p. Johnson, mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous gear, and 16-foot
folbpt with 5Vi Johnson. Call
Clayton 5183 from 0800 to noon
Saturday. Also Leica 1 1 1 F with
mechanically inclined thieves
heading for parts unknown with
known parts were sought today
Sheriff Ed Patach said they
DroKe into a garage, stole a car.
iransterred its drive Shaft to their
own disabled auto and drove off,
FAREHAM, England (UPI)
Michael Delaney was fined six
pounds ($16.80) for driving a car
afflicted with worms.
Delaney said the worms got in
the wooden door of his 1929 ear
and he had to tie it to the. steer steering
ing steering column with wire. He was
charged with having an inoperat inoperative
ive inoperative door.
THANK YOU- FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION
TO THE GROWTH OF PANAMA
PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
FOR SALE) Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanisation, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamert.
Tel. 4-0976. i c V
FOR SALE) Lot 1,066 square
meters in the bast location of
La Cresta, situated between "V
Street, and new street, For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: No dealers three
houses built on one lot of 2643
m2, in Vista Harmon. Apply
personally to Libreria Preciado,
FOR SALE: Santa Clara. One
large house and one small house.
Completely furnished on one
large let with shades trees. Walk
to beach. Near Philps cottages.
Phone Margarita 3233 or visit
on March 14th 15th.
FOR SALE: Modern residence
on corner of 50th St. and ,10th
Paitilla, 3 bedrooms, two baths,
hot water $24,000 terms. Cu Cucalon
calon Cucalon & Co. Realtors. Phote 3 3-3330.
3330. 3-3330. Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Bover pups, Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
George D. Barb Jr. H.E. Euro European
pean European spinal Adjustment Tech Techniques
niques Techniques Release of Nervous Stress
and Strain. Ortho-Kinesiology
14-49 Ave. 13, Estudiante,
2B. 9 to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 2 2-3985.
3985. 2-3985. By appointment.
Team W L Pet.
Marlboro 4 1 -800
Cafe Harlem 2 1 .666
Trojans 2 8 .400
Cardoze and Lirido 0 8 .000
Marlboro increased their lead to
two full eames over second-olace
Cafe Harjem when their ace Ed.
Morrell fired a one-hitter a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the improved Trojans last
Friday in leading his team to a
6-1 triumph. Morrell struck out
eight and was never in trouble. He
made good use of his ; deceptive
riser in overpowering the' Tro
Eduardo "Japon" Diaz Marl
boro secondsackr was the lead
ing hitter of the contest, with two
hits m four trips.
E. Gordon and B. Wilson form
ed the battery for the losers and
B. Gittens was Morrell s battery
Today, the last place Cardoze
and Lindo outfit will clash with
the third-place Trojans. The tail-
enderg have yet to win game,
having lost three straight.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1 21 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Balnea Church of God. Headquart Headquarter!
er! Headquarter! Cleveland, Tenneestee, wel welcome
come welcome you to services held in the
Rebecca and I.O.O.F. Hall, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa C. Z. Located on Balboa
Read acroit from the Amador
turnoff. Pastor C. W. Wallace.
Phone Cocoli 3035.
DrK Wendehake Medical Clinic,
oppoiite Chaae Bank, Central
Avenue 18-117. Phone 2-3479.
WARNING: We take this means
to irarn eur clients, about, the -appearance
In Panama City and
other towns in the Republic of
an, insecticide which is on sale
under the same name of BLACK
FLAG.This product comes in
cases. With Etilish labels and its
content appear! to be the OLD
FORMUU of v this insecticide
which does NOT contain DIEL-
DRIN and for that reason la NOT
completely effective. Thus, an
unfair advantage is being taken
' of the good wilt' and preference
the, consumer has always shown
for BLACK FLAG SUPER EXTRA
WITH DIELDR1N (with Spanish
labels). For this reason, v pur purchasers
chasers purchasers should 'always be sure
they ire buying the genuine,
complete effective BLACK FLAG
SUPER EXTRA with DIELDRIN.
agencias otis McAllister,
S.A.,: only authorised distributor
for the Republic ef Panama.
PLANNING A STATE VACA VACATION.
TION. VACATION. Beach home on Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay in Virginia for rent
by the month or season. Three,
acres, sand beach, all utilities.
For information call Canal Zone
3-2915 or write Box 317, Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, C.Z. ,,..
Reward for return ef silver end
rhineitone leaf design', brooch
lost Saturday nite (rant M
City Bank or Balboa movie. Call
Panama 3-1510 er Amador 5294
Wanted to Buy
WANTED; 1953, 1954. 1954
Chevrolet Station Wagon, pre preferably
ferably preferably 9 passenger. Phone 2-
We pay cash for usad mattress
and bed springs. Household Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, Tel. 3-4911.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Mbreltar Life 2 Spur Celt 1
and Gene Her
manny put on a
as Gibraltar eked out a 3-1 victo
ry over Spur Cola yesterday.
Gene allowed the Spur Colas two
hits, and Soger the Gibraltars
Goina into the last inning,
first nail champs, Gibraltar, were
trailing by one run, but they stag
ed a rally that gave them three
The big blow in the llast inning
was a single by first sacker
Thompson who came up to the
platter with bases loaded.
The, box score:
j;.v -' "..t'
TAWvn rtrpu r.ommunist mines lived. The eirl was discovi
China has d i s c 1 o s t d a major I ered the nexU dny, hiding in 4
port construcuon, project;
pana mree ney v imi uuin ;
northeast coast.1 The Communist Air Force officials' wouianox r
nu rhin mwi, a.Ancv
the expansion work was at TlenU the name of his girL They sail
sin.1 t;h nwanetao i ana me
churlan port of Dairen. s,
TY. Radioe, Hi-Fi Traniitort
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee eur work, We guar guarantee
antee guarantee -it. "V
Crawford Agencies, TivoH
Ave. 1S0, Tel. 2-1905.
For Utter Home Service, Always
, U.S! TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami, Service
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Protect your home and proper
fy t against insect d a m a g e.
Prompt scientific treatment an
emergency er monthly budget
" basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
' Panama 3-7977'or Colon 1JJJ.
WANTED t Good cook and
laundress house keeper, will
stay in, call 2-2964. Call after
6 p.m. ;'.
Today s Opening
NEW YORK, March 13 fUPIl-'
Stocks celebrated Friday the 13tl
tin 1 M ml AMnirin
mvurauie economic news pnm :
I the advance as gains at the out
set ran past a point in a few 0
Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Coastal Caribg.; si i
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venesuelan Oil
El Paso Natural Gas
Felmont Pet Pet-General
General Pet-General Dynamics
Gulf, Oil ',f.
Ihtl Tel nd Tel
New Eng Tel and tel
, Pan Israel
Royal Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and Gas
Standard Oil NJ
Texas Gulf Prods
United Canso Ott
US Rubber '
US Steel 'i'V
Tryst On Roof
Of AF Barracks
Prinas $35 Fine
many (urij Airman Aiexanae
J. Cum mines. 21. was fined
and sentenced to 15 days lmpri
onment yesterday for spendlm
the night with a German girl oil 1
f.u nf tttm h.Ma.nlra I
A court-martir! heard that Cum
mines smuesled the eirl Into thi
barracks yard in a taxi. The pais
spent the niebt in two sieepinj
bags, n top oi the three-storl
barracks building Where cuns
- Diwm uma. ;
saia lease uumm nes' nome aaaress o
jmu uiey wmeu 10 : ui'ii
I embarrassment at home.
f eUXaUXS AO CI
JMIft AND KEB
FRIDAY, MARCH 13 1959
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Hails OK For State Of Hawaii
HONOLULU, March 13 (UPI) A huge bonfire reddened the sky over Honolulu last night and there was dancing
fld singing in the rain-dampened strets to celebrate Congressional approval of the bill making Hawaii the 50th
While thousands squirmed their way through crowds in Waikiki and elsewhere around the island to enjoy the
planned festivities, other thousands clogged the streets an d highways with thier autos as sightseers, making it im impossible
possible impossible for other thousands to reach their destinations to join in the fun.
Military planes and helicopters flew over Waikiki dropping multi-colored flares, ships offshore fired off state state-.aiups
.aiups state-.aiups Hue-e searchlights stabbed through the skies, adding circus atmosphere to the night.
The rains may have had some something
thing something to do with shackling enthu enthusiasm.
siasm. enthusiasm. But to true Hawanans the
lieht showers and misty skies were
. good omen. Anything launched
under such conditions, to them,
There were smiles everywhere.
Traffic jams were laughed at and
patiently waited out. Police head headquarters
quarters headquarters reported double shifted
officers had run into nothing -more
serious during the day than a few
Hawai brings much more than
hip-swinging hula -i r I s and
Waikiki Beach with it as the 50tn
St,Th ntw island statt boasts a
2-billion dollar a yar econmv
which supports mora than 600,
000 citizens on one of the highest
standards of living in tha n-
As" Hawaii has been planning
and working for statehood for 40
years so she also is laying her
economic fourndations for the fu future.
ture. future. The nation is getting a vigorous
new state of multi-racial origin
whose residents are 85 percent A A-merican
merican A-merican citizens and whoso high
school graduates are 98 percent
It is a young population which
traditionally turns out 9 out of
30 strong to vote in local elections.
Forty-three percent of Hawaii s
mnuiatinn is under 19 years old.
. Honolulu is a city of over 300, 300,-,0"
,0" 300,-,0" oaopla mora than half tha
State's population and the on only
ly only grass shack to be found here
is a museum piece in a park.
It is a city as modern as any
on the mianland. It boasts 11-story
modern huildii.gs and there is a
commercial ana residential build build-in
in build-in boom.
Hawaii as a territory paid more
'4han 116 million dollars in Federal
fticome taxes last year, and has
Contributed more than 2 1-2 billion
dollars to the nation's tax coffers
since being annexed.
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Hawaii confidently feels it i giv giving
ing giving to the union as much or more
than it is receiving in the blessing
Tha birthplace to the war cry,
"Remember Pearl Harbor," is
tha home, of the military brains
of the U. S, armed might in the
From his headquarters over overlooking
looking overlooking the sunken battleship Ari Arizona.
zona. Arizona. Admiral Harry D. Felt, com
mander-in-chief Pacific, directs
the day-to-day watch against ag aggression
gression aggression over an area ranging
from India to the Aleutians.
His chief weapons in Hawaii
are not troops, missiles, planes
or guns. They are his various
staff planners and his instan instantaneous
taneous instantaneous communications with
Washington, Tokyo, Okinawa,
Formosa or wherever ha needs
to be in contact with in a hurry.
Under him in Hawai, Felt has
the headquarters for the Pacific
Fleet, the U.S. Army Pacific, the
Fleet the Marine Force Pacific
and the Pacific Air Force with
a force all told of probably about
150,000 men permanently assigned
in the islands. Other thousands
are based strategically farther
The Pacific Fleet headquar headquarters
ters headquarters is based at Pearl Harbor
but never again will be seen a
great fleet bottled up there as
it was on that tragic Dec. 7, 1941.
Instead, there is rarely more
than a few ships other than the
radar picket destroyers perma permanently
nently permanently based in the islands or the
submarines also based here.
The muscle of the fleet is kept
at work patrolling the open seas
around our Asian defense perime perimeter
ter perimeter or on constant maneuvers in
waters between Hawaii and the
In the making are six Nike-Hercules
guided missile sites for Ha Hawaii,
waii, Hawaii, and there already are mili military
tary military and quasi military missile
tracking stations located at stra strategic
tegic strategic places about the islands.
It all adds up to about 324
million dollars of annual milit military
ary military spending in Hawaii, making
it the island's biggest source of
The House stamped Its aproval
on the statehood bill yesterday af-
ter two days of debate and sent
Thunderbird Who Few Here
Dies After Air Collision
NEILS AIR FORCE BASES
Nev.. March 13 (UPI) A member
of the famed U. S. Air Force
Thunderbird precision flying team
who flew with the Thunderbirds in
the Canal Zone's 1958 Armed
Forres Day display was killed
vesterdav when his F-100 Super
Sabre collided in flight with another
iet and he made an unsuccessful
The Air Force said Capt. Charles
B. (Fish) Salmon, 30, winner of the
distinguished flying cross in Korea,
succeeded in climbing to 30,000 feet
after the impact, but the plane
then went into a spin. He made his
unsuccessful attempt to bailout at
an undetermined altitude.
Salmon's body was recovered
about 12 miles northeast of here.
The Thunderbirds are a famed
supersonic flying team which trav travels
els travels all around the world to dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate precision formation flying.
Salmon became a member of the
Thunderbirds in January of last
Shortly after joining them he
flew as solo acrobatic pilot in their
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it to President Eisenhower, who
was certain to sign it. The Senate
approved the measure Wednesday
night by a whopping 76-15 Vote.
There was a burst of applause
when Speaker Sam Rayburn of
Texas announced the House vote
Democratic whip Carl Albert
(Kla.) said the "brighest star of
the West" had risen to "the glaxy
of Old Glory."
Voting for the bill were 203 De
mocrats and 120 Republicans. A-
gamst it were 65 Democrats and
It may take as long as five or
six months to complete the state statehood
hood statehood formalities. But once this
is done, the nation's western
boundaries will extend to the
mid-Pacific and the national ban
ner will display a 50th star;
Hawaii wavs the second territo territory
ry territory Congress has agreed to give
statehood status in recent months
Alaska was admitted as the 49th
state last Jan. 7 as the result of
legislation enacted last year.
Before Alaska was voted into
the union, the last state to win
statehood was Arizona, which was
admitted on Feb. 14. 1912.
Hawaii probably will not actual actually
ly actually enter the Union until sometime
next fall. The bill provides that
residents of the islands must first
approve statehood in a referen referendum
dum referendum and elect state officials and
two senators and one representa representative
tive representative to Congress.
The bill approved a constitu
tion for the proposed state
which Hawaians adopted in 1950.
The House cleared the way for
quick action on the statehood leg
islation by agreeing to substitute
the Senate passed measure for
its own slightly different version,
This hastened the procedure for
sending the bill to the White
House. ' I v
After succeeding in this move,
statehood backers let opponents
of the legislation, mostly South
erns, talk themselves out.
Rep. James C. Davis (D-Ga.)
fought the bill on racial grounds.
He told the House Hawaii's 56 per percent
cent percent non-white population was
"so radicaly different" from that
of the rest of the nation that the
territory did not qualify for ad-
displays over Panama and the Ca-
The Air Force said that the four
planes were practicing routine
aerial maneuvering in a restricted
acrobatic training area when Sal Salmon's
mon's Salmon's jet brushed with the wine
man's F-100. The tail assembly of
the Salmon aircraft was crippled
by the impact.
Mai. Robert S. Fit7PornlH n.
flight leader, immediately notified
the air base tower when he realiz-
ea wnat nad happened and a h1i
copter was dispatched to attempt
The rescue orew found the air
Salmon, of Port Jervis, N. Y.,
was awarded the Distinguished
s lying cross after an encounter
with eight Migs.
Survivors include his wife, Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Salmon, Rivera Beach, Fla.
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LATEST ADDITION TO PANAMA'S AERIAL ARMADA Is this Grumman Avenger one-time torpedo bomber,, now- converted for
crop spraying. It Is scheduled 4o reach David today from Phoenix, Ariz. Operated by Aeroquimlca, S.A., and flown by James O.
(Red) Gray, the sword-into-plowshare aircraft carries 1000 gallons of Insecticide and can spray a 150 ft. swathe with, a wide range
of droplet size and exceptional penetration. They spray system, one of the most advanced in use today, was designed by Gray
with the assistance of the Aircraft Research Center of Texas A. & 'M. In the photo Gray (left) Is seen taking delivery of the
plane from a representative of the Prtterson Aviation Co. of Phoenix, which did the conversion Job. 1 , O
Rep. August E. Johnasen (R-1
Mich.) a member of the House
Committee of Un-American Acti Activities,
vities, Activities, expressed hope that Hawaii
could combat Communism but said
the territory wr caught in an in
Chairman Francis E. waiter
(D-Pa.) of the House Un-American
Activities group agreed that
'Communist unions have a very
strong hold on the economy of
Hawaii. But he said it couia
"throw off the yoke" better as a
When Hawaii sends Its repre representatives
sentatives representatives to Congress, Senate
membership will go up perma permanently
nently permanently from the present 98 to 100.
House membership will rise tern
porarily from 436 to 437 and then
fall' back to its permanent level'
of 435 after the new population
census. It went to 436 after Alas Alaska's
ka's Alaska's admission to the Union.
Hawaii is entitled to only one
House member in the statehod
bill, but may gain another in the
re-apportionment of House seats
after the 1960 census. It now has
613,000 residents, considerably
more than other states with one
On Negligence Rap
NEW YORK (UPI) The cap.
tain of the liner Constitution was
beached today on charges by the
Coast Guard that he was negli negligent
gent negligent bv 2oine too fast in fog when
his ship rammed the Norwegian
Capt. James W. L.a Bene win
be given a hearing on the charges
March 25 to determine whether
his shipmaster's license should be
suspended or revoked.
Th charee:f stemmed from a
Coast Guard hearing into the col
lision. Capt. La Belle said at the
hearing he was going 12 to 16
knots with visibility,, limited by
fog when he struck the Jalanta
shearing off 100 feet of the
freighter's bow, a
No one was hurt hi tne coui-
... a xTn..,
slon, wnicn occurred ouw
American Export Lines said the
49-year-old skipper will remain
ashore until the cnarges are im imposed
posed imposed of. The Constitution sails
Friday for tne meaiterranean
with Capt. Hugh L. Switzer on
Boys A, Girls 3
Seven babies, four boys and
three eirls. were born at Coco So
In Hosudtal during the week which
ended at midnight Wednesday,
March 4. according to the hospi
tal report. Parents of all but one
of the babies are from Colon.
The boys were born to Mr. atad
Mrs. Francis Bethune, Mr. and
Mrs. Roberto Martinez; Mr. and
Victor Flores; and Mrs. Reginal Reginal-do
do Reginal-do Wilkins. of Colon.
Parents of tlu girls are the Rev.
and Mrs. Theodore Franklin, of
Margarita; and Mr. atod Mrs.
Frank Maloney and Mr. and Mr.
Bernard Keid, of colon.
BROWNIES LOWER the flag at Diablo Elementary School as part of
their observances during Girl Scout Week. (U.S. Army Photo).
Army Men Have Key Roles In Plans
For Crossroads Boys, Girl States
Army men are playing key roles
in the operation of Crossroads
Boys State atad Caribbean Girls
State which will be held at Fort
Clayton from March 19-26.
Brig. Gen. Jaanes W. Coutis,
chief of staff of Caribbean Com Com-manO
manO Com-manO will deliver the keynote ad address
dress address to a joint meeting of deleg delegates
ates delegates on Thursday, as the two ci citizenship
tizenship citizenship organizations begin week week-long
long week-long Sessions.
The opening session Thursday
evening is scheduled for 7:30 in
the USARCARIB apnex at Fort
Clayton, where several annual ses sessions
sions sessions of the young citizens have
been held with the Army as host.
Th lonail Rnvs State is 'SDOnsor-
ed by the Panama Canal depart
ment of the American iegron,
while arrangements for the 'Girls
State are handled by the depart department's
ment's department's Legion Auxiliary.
Ordnance officer Col. John C.
Nickerson Jr., is director of Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State. He was keynote
speaker for last year's session.
Spark'pluggifog tne daily sessions
in practical government will oe
Wayne Poland, as program direc director.
tor. director. Poland is education advisor
at Foct Kobbe and previously was
a teacher in Balboa Junior High
School. Last year he participated
in Boyp State as education advisor.
The senior counsellors, men who
have worked i!n the governmental
field, are this year coming from
USARCARIB. They are: Ptcs. BOD BOD-ert
ert BOD-ert E. Hilden, of the U.S. Army
Signal Service, Corozal; James r.
Moyers. U. S. Army Garrison, Ft.
Clayton: Glen E. Fisher, U.S. Ar-
mv Aviation Detachment. Carib
bean, Fort Kobbe; Charles Briggs
and DoivaM Krahn. Headauarters
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, Fort Kobbe; aind Eugene
R. Rothmund, U.S. Army Finance
Administrative arrangements for
the young high school students
who will attend Crossroads Boys
State and Caribbean Girts State
are being handled by Capt. Guy
M. Watson, of Fort Clayton as
project officer for U.S. Army Car Caribbean.
ibbean. Caribbean. As for several past years, .the
Army is again acting as host te
the citizenship sessions in the US
ARCARIB Annex building at Fort
Representing MaJ. Geh., Charles
L. Dasher, commanding general
of USARCARIB, is Col. John D.
Coney, who is commander of Fort
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A staff of cooks headed by M
Srt. Wen W. Plucker of the 4th
Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery will
handle the mess for the students.
The Army will provide a complete
kitchen and dining room; is tur tur-inishing
inishing tur-inishing dormitories with all neces
sary furniture; and is setting up
Special meeting facilities for
tiracilce government sessions have
been provided; additional tele
Phones installed; and even soft
Army, busses will carry the del delegates
egates delegates on field trips to study the
workings of government in the
Foils His Plan
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 13
(UPI)-' Gov. Orval Faubus fum
ed today at a filibuster that
smashed his plan to "pack", the
Little Rock scnooi Doana wun
three more members sympathetic
to his integration fight with the
He vowed even his own state
legislature could not deter his cru crusade
sade crusade for state's rights.
The Arkansas legislature ad
journed since die yesterday with
Sen. San bevine oi nne muts iaK iaK-ing
ing iaK-ing up the final 30 minutes with
a running chatter about his wife
and other trivial matters to pre prevent
vent prevent the governor's bill from be being
ing being voted 'upon.
Several legislators milled a a-round
round a-round Levine encouraging him,
and. one played "Way Down U U-pon
pon U-pon The Swamee River" on a har harmonica.
monica. harmonica. 1
Faubus was mad. He showed it.
,But he said the legislature couldn't
beat him and hinted that he might
call it back into special session.
"I'm not even getting : in the
mood to think about quitting as
far as the federal government is
concerned,"' he said.
He accused "Sen; Levine as be being
ing being one of the people; who are
"in favor of integration at any
GOP Joins Demos To. -Prevent
Jobless Pay Cut-Off Apr. 1
WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP)-' Republicans rallied today behind ;
drastically modified version of a Democratic plan to prevent ji cut"'
off April 1 in jobless pay for an estimated 300,000 persons, ,
The bill, overwhelmingly approved by the House Ways A Meant'"
Committee yesterday, appeared to b assured of House passage Men-
day. One key Republican said it was his guess thatPresident lisefl."
hower would have no objection to the measurer .. .vx-..
House Democratic leaders originally planned to seek a one-year'.'
extension of the emergency benefit program- nacted by Congress
last year as a stop-gap anti-recession measure. They even talked.!
oout giving cisennower power iq
thus handing him political hot
But the measure which' the
committee approved simply would
extend the program only for work workers
ers workers who file valid claims before
April 1 and have some benefits
left. Those who exhaust state ben benefits
efits benefits after that date would get no
Committee sources reported that
backers of a straight extension
of the entire program had a slim
majority on the committee.
But they felt they, could not win
House passage and settled for
a trimmad-down bill in an ef effort
fort effort to get action by April 1.
A key Pemocat said the Democratic-controlled
committee over overhauled
hauled overhauled the bill 'in,' an effort to
make sure some kind of exten extension
sion extension would win congressional ap
proval beforeAppil 1, when 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 unemployed otherwise would
be dropped from the rolls. v
Republicans were jubilant that
the committee decided on the
more modest approach, which
appeared virtually to eliminate
the matter as political issue.
President E: enhower opposed
the original Democratic plan at
his news conference Wednesday,
saying jobless benefits basically
were a state natter.
The bill as approved carried
an estimated price tag of 49 mil million
lion million dollars. .'Jl payments would
be made before July 1, however,
01 Extremist Group
LUSAKA, Northern Rhodesia
(UPI) The Northern Rhodesian
government cracked down today
on an extremist African group and
ordered 51 of its leaders restrict
ed to certain areas of the coun country.
try. country. Target of the move was the
Zambia African National Congress,
an ultra nationalistic splinter
group of the African National Con
eress. f ,e : Jr."-' ;::r
The order was announced by
Sir arthur Benson, governor of
Northern Rhodlesia; the' third
member of the three-state federa
tion of the two Rhodeeias and
Nvasaland to move against ele
ments of the ANC.
In Nyasaland and Southern
Rhodesia, where states of emer
gency are in force, government
forces cracked down days ago,
No state of emergency has been
declared for Northern Rhodesia
yet. ana 5ir armur maae uiai
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clear in his broadcast message to
By means, of witchcratt ana
other "unmentionable cursings,
Sir Arthur said, the Zambia group
has been terrorizing' law-abiding
Africans with the intention of pre'
venting them from voting.
Cairo Daily Says
Iraqi Rebels Still
Battling In North
CAIRO, March 13 (UPI) A
Cairo newspaper said- today a
"large number" of. rebel tribes tribesman
man tribesman were still battling govern government
ment government forces in the mountain
forests of North Irak.
Another Cairo newspaper .said
Mosul, rebel city headquarters,
was the scene of widespread car
nage and looting oy commu-
The newspaper Al Ahram sua
the Shammar tribesmen were
battling government troops in a
vicious partisan war in the
north. The pribes revolted a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Gen. Karim Kassem and
were bombea ana strareo Dy go government
vernment government planes, Al Ahram said.
The newspaper attributed the
account to Iraqi refugees stream streaming
ing streaming info Syria.
The abortive revolt broke out
last Sunday. Rebel forces led
by Col. Abdel .Wahab Sliawaf
concentrated in tne rich oil land
of the north using Mosul as head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Four days later the ra radio
dio radio voice of the rebel forces in
Mosul went dead. The fate of
ShawaMs still in doubt.
The newspaper Al Akhbar in
stories from Damascus painted
a gruesome picture of terror, in
Mosul alleging "unprecedented
carnage" ift the provincial city.
II P al kl J M U HtAl
cut orr ponetits after three months;"1
eliminating, any rarest to hi
President's narrowly bni
budget for the f new fiscal year
i960 which begins that date.
'Pressure increased for some ex.
tension of jobless benefits aftet
the government reported Wednes-
day that unemployment edged an"
by 25,000 last monta to a total of
Dad Angry j;
As Daughter 7eds :
t JTON Londonei':
John Withey today was -reported
angry over the mixed-race mar."
nage of his 17-year-old daughte
o 31-sear-yea?-old African Prince
Henry Kmera, younger brother:
of King Freddi of Bugand.
Prince Henry, a 31-yesr old!;
law student married Carol Ann
withey in a quiet registry officii:
yesterday. Today they were on
a secret honeymoon.
Witliey consented' to hi daush.
tor's marriace.' but he wax mini:
ted today, "I wa against thl:
wedding. But what could I do?..,
She insisted on .marrying him." '
Prince Henry refused to talk:
about his wedding to reporters at
a reception or to say whether his
brother, the ruler of the tiny state;
of Buganda in Uganda, knew ;
about the wedding,
King Fl-eddie. 'who Is reported' :
opposed to mixed marriagejfl
broke up previous romance if
Prince Henry and an ex Folies,
Berger girl, Marcel Parker;
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