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PC Afbf Built As Moneymaker
For Anyone, Dec ares Potter
In ipeicK last night on "Business Management at the Panama Canal," Gov W.
E. Potter drew attention to the international public utility aspects' of then; waterway r
Potter told a group of Canal Zone accountants that the Canal J'was built as a ser service
vice service to the shipping of the world it was not built v as a money-miker lr' Uncle Sann,
or anyone else." :" ; P i vv" :
The aim' of the Canal, he said, Is not to make a profit but to avoid a loss.
Down the yers, he disclosed, the United States has spent $1.5 billion en the Canal
and Its wofksr it hai gotten back $96 million,, leaving an linrecovered net investment
of $576 million, all assets Were to be sold at book value, Uncle Sam would still be
out of pocket $95 million.
la comparison wit .its opera operations,
tions, operations, he termed the Canal's -ttet
income of $2.6 million for the last
fiscal year "picayune,", adding,
had traffic "beetf one and a half
ships per day less, we would not
have reached the .-break even
i point." ;
Hitting at critics of Canal ac.
counting procedures, Potter said
these procedures "possess integri integrity."
ty." integrity." He noted the criticism comes
At this piff in Ihe speteh, he
clearly v an indirect answer
I to these in Panama who have
bm advocating a 50-50 split of
the Canal's gross revenue be be-.
. be-. tween the Jtepublic and the U-
nitod.:States.. '"; ; , ..
: The Governor said he Spoke as
a layman. His audience was com-
F)sed bf the joint chapters of the
ederal Government Accountants
Association and the Institute of
Tntprnai Auditors. The meeting
was helft tivolt Guest "House. J
, Th text of tli iDrfepared.- aaq
"jflreas followsin, put;v i
, I have. oeea oisturDea oy rei,i
erence made to vine jinancmi
management, the iccounting sya
tem, of the. Panama Canal Com-
pany as 'singular.'" There ha"ve
been inferences 1 that the system
is not quite Kosher and that the
operating results shown are 1 in intended
tended intended to make the Canal ...enter ...enterprise
prise ...enterprise appear to be something less
than 'good business.' :
'Now in the process of defend defending
ing defending many budgets ,and handling
the expenditure, of Government,
funds in sizable amounts, I have
been impressed with the neces necessity
sity necessity lor integrity of financial da data.
ta. data. 'i '-'.i'.
"Lack of integrity in both hand handling
ling handling and accounting for funds has
been a reason, ior at least court
action, since man devised money
"to permit exchange, of goods.
f'1 enr satisfied that tho oe oe-i
i oe-i ; counts of ,the Panama Canal
, Company possess Integrity. Not
I only, am I satisfied, but tho
i General Accounting .Office eon eon-'
' eon-' firms my opinion.
' "As for criticisms that our ac ac-.
. ac-. leounting is singular; to -; me the
'singular thing; Is that this criti criticism,
cism, criticism, comes 'from non-accountants,
or non-business men.
' "It may not be easy for law law-'
' law-' yers,' doctors jand others whose
professions do not involve ac accounting:
counting: accounting: to undertstand .the intri intri-)
) intri-) cacies of accounting. Even as the
accountant is Taot skilled in the
complexities of court procedures,
so the doctor and the lawyer nor normally
mally normally are not 'familiar with the
procedures and requirements of
adequate accounting. Each profes professional
sional professional is supposedly expert in his
own field but cannot be expected
to be proficient in. the business of
"Most of us fare proficient In
transferring labney. ,,. from ; one
.pocket to anoth simple account account-'
' account-' Ingrbut the exigencies of mod mod-.
. mod-. frn business have given us a
" system that demands experts,
: and I'm: glad we have so many
. top ones in our, organization.
"Too often the 'inexperienced erk
, He; of accounting applies the
same' logic or lick of it. that en enables
ables enables one to colunt jll fingers on
his hands. You know how it goes,
10,; 9, j 7, and five is ele ele-venVt..
venVt.. ele-venVt.. 1 "In discussing the field of ac-
' i counting at the: Panama, Canal,
v it is important that we speak the
same language .and that terms
have an, identical meaning to all
0 v. tj.
Panama City tailor Perclval G.
Toppin had the honor yesterday
of being the first appointee of
new Panama City "Mayor Heliotlo Heliotlo-ro
ro Heliotlo-ro (Lolito) Patifio.
Toppin was appointed police ma magistrate
gistrate magistrate of the Calidonla, Saft' M)
guel and Bella Vista boioughs
to replace Ceferlno Maceo, ; whc
in his last officiaUact pardonoo
40 miscreants whose cases were
before him. ""
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For example, people talk a-
bout gross revenue, without defin
ing it. Enc Kohler in his diction
ary for accountants, defines gross
revenue as 'used to empasize the
absence of a deduction of cost
from a stated figure of revenue.'
That's a wonderful definition,
What would be more Wonderful
would be, for the average person
to comprehend just what it
"Not ft says 'emphasize tho
absonc of a (deduction of cost,'
"That's fundamentally the prob
lem with critics of the Panama
Canal ; accounting system. T h e y
use a layman's logic to arrive at
the gross revenue and probably
are reasonably close. Then comes
the big boo-boo. '. i
'They don't subtract the costs
to get the net revenue figure.
That's a fatal mistake and if fol
lowed generally, would have ev
field l flncideni all v. ,t do -not cort
I tfol iPottefXA, "they telt
me inai nere iocHuy,- roncr
field represent the top area of
employment what with commissa commissaries,
ries, commissaries, etcetera,)
We can summarize the gross
revenue of the Panama (Janai
Company for fiscal '58 as $83 mil million.
lion. million. Forty -three 'million repre
sents tolls. Forty million repre
sents gross revenue from support-,
ing services; from marine serv services
ices services such as tugs and deck gangs,
from housing, utlities, commissa commissaries
ries commissaries and service centers and the
like. They all have a gross take.
'Now this $83 million is sub
ject to deduction. First we have'
the 01 expense, we are all fam
iliar with 01 personal services.
'1 understand that in Commu
nist China, the .steel industry has
found how to get labor for free,
and some .similar arangements
exist in the salt mines of Siberia,
bub we're paying a going rate at
the. Canal. We think morale is
better, here, though.
('Our company payroll in
195S was $3 million.
"I would be redundant to point
out the many costs which enter
into transiting ships, through ; the
waterway, from maintenance of
the channel to overhauling the
esential lock structures on a teg
ular schedule. yf) t
"And, in the area of supporting
services, one would need to be
pretty naive to overlook .the cost
of goods sold as a necessary off
set to the sales receipts in the
commissary stores. Warehousing,
transportation) maintenance and
other costs must be subtracted
from the gross revenue figure, to
arrive at net revenue. ;
"Let mo call off rapidly some
Company operating cost? other
than tho $39 million for personal
services and related costs:
Operating materials and ''. ';
Supplies $3.5 million I
Cost of goods sold 13.3
"These figures refer only to
the Panama Canal Company. For
example, the $12 million Canal
Zone Government payroll was not
included. All receipts and dis-w
WASHINGTON, March 14.
One of Latin America's most
stanchly democratic regimes,
established only seven, months
ago, after nine years of dic dictatorship
tatorship dictatorship and bitter, civil war,
Is already An serious trouble.
On March 3, several hundred
riphfr-wlng university students
in J3ogota, Colombia, staged a
violent demonstration against
the government ot liberal; pro pro-UJB.
UJB. pro-UJB. President Alberto Lleras
Goaded on by professional
rgitators and joined by both
-ih school -students and adults,
he mob blocked off the capi capi-1's
1's capi-1's principal avenue, overtum overtum-1
1 overtum-1 or set fire to about So cars
;,id fought savagely with police
sent to protect private property.
bursements for the Canal Zone
Government are offset to produce
the set- cost of .Canal Zone. Gov Government,
ernment, Government, $10.T million, which
I will fiScuss oext
'In the lawetting up the Ca
nal, Company ; there: is a clear
statement that the Company -is
responsible for the -cost of oper
atihg the Zone. That is because
there would he no Zone here if it
were not for the Canal.
'At first blush, the criterion
for separation of activities .be
tween the Company and (J. z.
Government may not be obvious,
hut there is a sensible principle.
behind the separation,
"In effect, all elements which
are normally part of : commu
nity lif are CZfisofivities. This
includes -roads,. highways, sewers.
police and fire "protection; educa
tional and health facilities,' PriS'
.ons, jailgajrhage. eoljectioa, tcv
rilast year, after off setting the
grpsg expenditures ef Canal Zdne
Government by the receipts from
such- Bounces as tuition tfnd hos
pital billings, there was 'M ; tot
cost of CanaI Zone Government
of $10.7 million. This has to be
reimbursed by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company by law.
"An examination of these Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Government activities
reveals they are as essential to
this comminiry as similar servic services
es services in any modern city Uch as
Chicago, 'Los Angeles, Panama
City, Florida oc Cologne, Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, r -'''. .-
"Another bite into the revenues
of the Company is to cover the
cost of administering the enter enterprise.
"In addition, to tho more ob obvious
vious obvious administrative costs,, there
are. tho costs of leave and re retirement
tirement retirement and the not inconsider inconsiderable
able inconsiderable costs of implimonting tho
15 Treaty with Panama.
"Total general and administra administrative
tive administrative expenses amounted to $6.7
million for fiscal $58, which are
principally 01 expenditures.
."Here I might mention that we
had a one- shot expense for past
cost for our Latin American em employes
ployes employes when they were brought
under Civil Service t, retirement.
This was $5 million.M
j,"While this came but of cash,
it did serve to somewhat inhibit
our plans for future, canal im improvements.
provements. improvements. But it is oust one
more cost of implementing the
"When we subtract the' various
operating expenses of the marine
and supporting activities that I
mentioned earlier together With
the net costs of Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government and the administrative
expenses of the Company, we end.
up witn sn.t mumn balance.
"That's quite different from the
$83 million "; gross revenue we
started with In our computations.
The items comprising the differ difference
ence difference often are overlooted by our
non-professional, accounting -wise,
critics. . -.r;
(Continued en Page II)
Democratic Regime InTrouble
The rioters also tried to at attack
tack attack the plants of El Tlempo
and EI Espectador, the country'
best-known newspapers, both of
Which were shut down during
the rule of deposed dlctato;
Gustavo Rojas Pinllla, who k
now on trial before the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian Senate for his crimes while
ih power, ,. ; ;
The most ominous aspect of
the disturbances is the fact
that Lleras Camargo, former
secretarygeneral of the Organ Organization
ization Organization of American States,
heads a coalition regime set up
jointly by the Liberal and Con Conservative
servative Conservative parties to end violence
between the ,two '. poll ti c a 1
groups. ' Y
.Back In 1948, when the' Parr Parr-American.
American. Parr-American. Conference was meet-;
lng In Bogota, Liberal leader
Th Easter Sunrise Service at
Fort Amador March 29 will be
sponsored by military and civilian
chaplains of ttt Canal Zone and
ministers of Republic of Panama.
This traditional -service will begin
at 6 a.m.
Hie military chaplains include:
Champlains (Colonel) Silas F.
Decker, Army; (Commander)
James A. Whitman. Navy and
KMajor) Frederick E. Zigan, Air
All ministers and their congre congregations'
gations' congregations' are invited to attend and
their" choirs have been urged to
participate in this activity.
Tho "first two choir rehearsals
will bo conducted at tho Balboa
YMCA on March U and 23 at
,7 p.m., with a dross rehearsal
af tho service site March 21 at
3 m.m. ..
The 776th Air Force Band from
Albrook Air Force Base will play
a prelude to the services and .will
accompany the congregation dur
ing the sitfging of the hymns.
Choir direction is in the hands
of, Wallace Woodruff of the 'music
department, Balboa Pulic Schools,
Organ accompaniment if to be pro provided
vided provided by Professor Hans Janowitz
of -the Panama National Conser Conservatory
vatory Conservatory of Music.
Guest speaker will be Bishop
Reuben H. Mueller, presiding bi bishop
shop bishop of the Evangelical United
Brethren Church and resident
bishop at Indianopolis', Ind.
Officersr and non commision commision-ed
ed commision-ed officers' open messes will serve
cafeteria-style breakfasts at so so-minal
minal so-minal charge, to all upon conclu conclusions
sions conclusions r of the amices, t ';
'-Operation- Dip wll,
vndr tho direction f Mr. SoKT
ty tfaborstick; whoso1 staff In Includes
cludes Includes roistord nurso n
voluntoors rtom the Enlisted
Men's Advisory Council.
Those who wish to leave- their
infants and young children under
supervision may oo so at pie rort
Amador Nursery, Building No. 9,s
Miraflores a$l I:,
Lane To Be Closed
The east lane at Miraflores Locks
will be closed Monday, to, permit
the conversion of frequency sensi sensitive
tive sensitive equipment to 60-cyole opera operation,
tion, operation, it has been announced at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
At the same time both -Miraflores
Locks and Pedro Miguel Locks
will go on a 24-hour schedule.
The inversion work, which is
being done by the Consolidated In International
ternational International Electric Co, got under underway
way underway at Miraflores Locks earlier
this month on equipment for which
a shutdown of one lane was not
necessary. During this time Mira Miraflores
flores Miraflores continued on a 16-hour sched
With the 24-hour schedule be becoming
coming becoming effective at the Pacific
locks, ships using the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal will be handled on a round-the-cloCk
basis on both Sides of
the Isthmus. Gatun Locks have
have on a 24-hour operating sched schedule
ule schedule since March S.
This operating schedule is ex expected
pected expected to continue for the remaind remainder
er remainder of the month of March or until
Conversion work is completed on
the Miraflores east lane.
Friday 13 Jh Menu
NEW YORK (UPI) -Members
of the Explorer's Club dined on
this Friday, the 13th menu: Igua Iguana
na Iguana tails, seal flipper-a la nautilus,
piranha fish, alligators' eggs, and
higgia's squid-ink sauce on pick pickled,
led, pickled, bushmaster tongues., V
Jorge Eliecer Galtan was shot
iead on a downtown street.
Within minutes, thousands of
iis followers started a mass
iemonstration which jnded
vlth wholesale destruction of
he city's business district.
From -I that time until mid mid-1957,
1957, mid-1957, Colombia experienced an
Almost unbroken reign, of ter terror
ror terror i first under fanatical con conservative
servative conservative boss Laureano Gomez,
:hen during the four-year rule
if Rojas Pinllla. who had over overthrown
thrown overthrown Gomes supposedly to
i'liberate" the country. At least
"00,000 persons died in civil
trife which raged throughout
When the two warring parties
finally signed a peace pact and
agreed to, share the task of gov government
ernment government for 12 years, Lleras
Camargo ; was a unanimous
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ANNOUNCING STATEHOOD Three Hawaiian beautls pose on
the beach at Honolulu holding statehood extras of a local news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. From left: Jane Kuwata, Hawaii's Miss Cherry Blossom;
Oeorgietta Parker; Miss Hawaii of 1958; and Caroline Tom,
Miss Narcissus of 1959.
PC Asked To
For Ship Collision Damage
sels "which occujFrefl In .Octobef
1957 has resulted W an aami aami-rtlty
rtlty aami-rtlty suit filed yesterday In U.S.
District eoufrt, Acon.
The euttf swk'toft damages of
$310100, has been brought a-
gainst tne ranarna mniu w.
by tti Matson Navigation Co.
The accident took place on a
rainy afternoon In the San Pa Patio
tio Patio Reach when the Matson
Line's northbound SS Hawaiian
Tourist, a 7644-ton ship, collid collided
ed collided with a southbound 21,866-ton
British passenger liner, the MS
Rangitane. The Matson vestfel
was grounded on the east bank
of the Canal after the acci accident.
dent. accident. The suit chirges that the (
accident resulted from "in "incompetence
competence "incompetence of the pilots
board both vesels and the
negligent and improper man management
agement management and navigation by
the pilots of the respective
Webster G. Farrell was the
Canal pilot on the Hawaiian,
Tourist, and both Frank J. Rusr
Two More Lose
Two employes of the Locks Di Di-vison
vison Di-vison on the Pacific side have been
evicted from their quarters at Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso because their dependent sons
were involved in contraband acti activities
vities activities at the Paraiso Tetail store,
it Was announced yesterday at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
By action of the Canal Zone gov gov-mmnt.
mmnt. gov-mmnt. violations of this nature
result in the loss of Panama Canal
quarters privileges or other disci disciplinary
plinary disciplinary action, including to aome
cases, loss of job. When such ac action
tion action is taken, purchase privileges
aV the Panama Canafs retail
stores are automatically cancell
As Right-Wingers Brew Violence
choice for the first Jour-year
presidential term. i
Soon after he took office last
August and permitted Rojas Pi Pinllla
nllla Pinllla to return from exile a a-broad,
broad, a-broad, the latter attempted a
coup and was arrested.
Most foreign observers In Bo Bogota
gota Bogota figured that was the op opposition's
position's opposition's last gasp. But they
didn't count in two Important
1. Fear of vengeance which
kepf hundreds of Conservative
party bully-boys from' leaving
the capital and going back to
their homes in the hinterland;
' 2. iaureano Gomez's stub
born Instinct for stirring up
trouble, even though he signed
the political truce for the Con
Gomes Is now angry because
sell end L'eo"f.,T)onohue were
aboard the Sangitane.
The Matson Co. is seeking to
rirriver i275.aoi: in renaU- costs,
expenses during detention and
oss nt use ana dioih oi nic
vessel, as well as $35,000 in car
co damaees? The suit also notes
that several crew members, who
are alleged to have suffered In Injuries
juries Injuries in the collision, have filed
suits against the Matson Co.
and that hvthe event the Mat Mat-son
son Mat-son Co. is held liable in these
suits, this undetermined a
mount will also be asked from
the Panama Canal Company.
A previous offer to settle the
damage clahn had been reject rejected
ed rejected as too low by the Matson
The complaint stated that
the shipping company was
"aggrieved by determination
and offer oi award made by
the Panama Canal Company
to settle libelant's claims for
The suit was served on Gov,
W. E. Pottet, as president of
the Panama Canal- Company,
vesterriav at Balboa Heights.
The company was directed to
appear in court next month to
answer the libel,
The Matson Navigation Co. is
represented by J. Stewart Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, of the firm of Brobeck,
Pheleger. Harrison, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Calif., and Roy Phillips
of Panama City,
Show In Ancon
In response to the heavy demand
for tickets for "The Jjousetrap,"
the Theatre Guild is announcing
an additional performance of the
mystery thriller on Wednesday at
the Ancon Playhouse.
Proceeds fr&m this performance
will go to the fund now being
raised to air condition the theater
Reservations may be obtained
by calling Mrs. Mary Emlaw at
Balboa 4205 between the hours of
10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
the Conservatives 50 percent
it too KQvernment jobs have
een given to moderates, rather
han to the party's extreme
leht wins:, which he controls
Therefore, seeing his chances
o succeed Lleras in 1962 fad
in fast, he is encouraging his
supporters to make trouble.
Note Although the major majority
ity majority of the March 3 rioters were
young Conservatives, the gov government
ernment government identified and arrest arrested
ed arrested three Communist agitators
who incited the mob,
This follows the pattern of
collaboration between Reds and
ultra-Nationalists which show showed
ed showed up in Bolivia recently, when
demonstrators attacked the U.S.
Embassy and Information Serv Service
ice Service offices. The same teamwork
is developing In. Chile.
To Potter Speech ;
Former foreign minister Aquilino Boyd today declar declared
ed declared that with the Egyptians running the Suez Canal ef- t
ticiently and profitably by themselves, it was impossiblt -to
accept placidly statements bv Co nnl 7nne flnv Ail
Ham E. Potter or anyone else
rmea to a split ot the gross receipts of the Panamd
Boyd, how an assemblyman and a leading 50-50 ad-" l
yocate reacted briskly to a speech by Potter last night V
in which the Governor likened, the 50-50
joint checking account in which the husband makes the A?
ucpusns una rne wire maKes the withdrawals.
Noting that the PanCanal is one of the few US Fed Federal
eral Federal agencies which "in spite of many unnecessary
penses" shows a profit, Boyd claimed that according to
many authorities the US government's investment in thf"
Canal would be amortized by i960. -.-?
He added that Potter had failed mention that
Canal. tolls today are lower than when the waterway open-'
ed in 1914. Boyd said this was due to the shipping com-
panies pressuring Congress against any incredse "the
same shipping companies which have, mercilessly hiked
iiciyiu iuic vn rungma-DOUfia COrgOCS.
ma mar ranama is newectlv 'ear.
i "is perfectly S
rect in the 50-50 proposal, and that
very soon all the Americas will
join us in presenting a solid front
in support of the idea.
"The United States owes Pana Panama
ma Panama this economic reparation, and
at the same time should help elim eliminate
inate eliminate the last vestiges of the black
legend it ha: made us suffer by
claiming sovereignty "over a zone
where Panams has never given up
her own sovereignty.
"The United States must recog recognize
nize recognize this equaj participation (in
the Canal's gross revenues), and
at the same time must delay no
longer in fulfilling its undertaking
to equal pay and equal opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities for Panamanian workers in
the Canal Zone."
Boyd recalled that before mak making
ing making a 50-50 speech at Panama Uni University
versity University Jan. 30 he hi.d asked Pot Potter,
ter, Potter, through Executive Secretary
Paul Runnestrand, to join with
Stop, Look, Listen
Until School Bus
is Up Aoain
Stop for a school bus ki the
nnpratnrs of motor vehicles in
the CanSl Zone will be required
to come to full stop when meet meeting
ing meeting or overtaking from either di direction
rection direction any school bus which has
stopped on the highway to receive
or discharge passengers, accord according
ing according to an amendment to the Canal
Zone Traffic Regulations signed
by Gov. E. W. Potter yesterday.
The amendment stipulates thaf
the operator of a motor vehicle
shall stop his vehicle at least 10
feet from such a school bus, either
in front of at the rear as the case
may be, and shall not proceed un
til thp school bus moves on or
until he receives a signal from a
policeman or from the school bus
The new traffic ruling will be
come effective Sunday, April 12.
Previouslv operators of motor
vehicles in the Carnal Zone were re
quired to stop when meeting or
overtaking a school bus which had
gtopoed on the highway to receive
or discharge passengers but were
theh allowed to pass the bus at a
speed not exceeding 10 miles per
hour with due caution for the safe safety
ty safety of the school bus passengers.
Begins At Gulick
A Catholic mission will be held
at the Port Gulick Catholic Cha Chapel,
pel, Chapel, starting tomorrow and con continuing
tinuing continuing through Friday.
The meetings will be, held from
7 to 8 p.m., led by the Rev. Fran Francis
cis Francis Fish of the Vincentian Fath Fathers.
ers. Fathers. v
An attendant will be on had
to care for small children. All re residents
sidents residents ol the area are Invited to
that Panama was noreri:
m8 .over me canal company's
account covering the constructing
and maintenance costs of the Canf
al ad its income. Potter refused
Prepare To Reduce v
Foreign Aid Program
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPT)
Democratic congressional lead-
ers prepared today to put Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's Foreign Aid
Program through a shake down
process to reduce its cost by about
one billion dollars.
The democrats promised scru scrutiny
tiny scrutiny of each detail of the $3,929, $3,929,-995,0
995,0 $3,929,-995,0 0 0 budget recommendation
for the next fiscal year.
"Meat axe" surgery on the Pre President's
sident's President's proposal was ruled out.
But Senate Democratic whip
Mike Mansfield (Mont.) called the
total "'oo high" and expressed be t
lief the total could be cut to three
Senate Foreign Relations cont cont-mittee
mittee cont-mittee chairman J .William Fufc
bright (D-Ark.) lent his influential
voice to the economizers. He said i
the committee would need to en engage
gage engage in "considerable surgery" if V
the bill was to fully serve the
national interest. :
The house foreign affairs com- v
mittee gets first crack at the pro
gram Monday When it meets ta
hear acting Secretary of State
Christian A. Herter plug for ex..
tension of the Mutual Security Act. f
Committee chairman Thomas E.
Morgan (D-Pa.) set the tone for .).
the session when he said yestst-
day there had been too much
"easte and inefficiency" in the
program's operation. He said his
committee would do its beat t
"eradicate" any waste. i-
Rioting Mobs Toss
Bombs In Streets
Of North Rhodesia
SALISBURY, Southern Rhodesia',
March 14 (UPI) African mobe
smashed store windows and but
led flaming gasoline bombs la
the streets of Lusaka, capital of
Northern Rhodesia, today.
It was the first serious mrtbraak
of Nationalist violence n Norhv
em Rhodesia, although tporSdle
rioting has been going on in its
two sister republics of Southern
Rhodesia and Nyasaland for weeks.
Northern Rhodes! is the efll
member of the three-state federa federation
tion federation of Rhodesia- and Nyata'and
which has not declared a state ot
emergency in the current period
of unrest In British Cwtral Atn
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THE MAIL BOX
thp prand old came of
Alter '0g Deing su atuve .7 lk.
Wball. I recenUy witnessed what I personally consider one of the
Snost unsportsmanlike displays I have ever seen on the .part of a .so .so-called
called .so-called Champion Team. Going into the game for the night m a game
between Kobbe and Clayton in the PAAF League Medina of Fort
Kobbe trailed Walt Sauerburn of Fort Clayton for the bitting title
in the PAAF League. When each of the respective players came up
to bat, Medina got a hit and Sauerburn grounded out, puting MeUna
ahead of Sauerburn by a point o rtwo. From this point on what I feel
bound to class as the unsportsmanlike conduct commenced. Medina
was yanked from the game (he is supposed to
players Kobbe has) and Sauerburn was walked (intentionally) all
tight. All this had the effect of protecting the batting crown for Me-
mn the opinion of this writer and a lot of other baseball fans
(Kobbe fans included, from the remarks made by some "J"
the batting title should be awarded to Sauerburn due to the conduct
shown by the manager Medina, an dthe pitcher of the Kobbe team.
I was under the invasion that the Infantry (Kobbe is representing
the Infantry) was taught to face the enemy even when the odds are
8Xthese" Kobbe tactics are the way to win championships, Clay Clayton
ton Clayton wants none of them. As an after thought, it could be that Ihe
team is following the lead as instilled by its leaders. Remember
during a basketbalhgame last year when a certain sectio was
cleared from the Kobbe Gym because they were rooting against
Sir: ; -- ;
It seems to me that someone should do something Jo try to help
the wives of our NOOs. such a. "NCO's Wife" (Mail Box March 6
After all, if his wife is not happy I'm lire the NCO u not, and when
you get right down to it the NCOs run the Army. At least, my hus husband
band husband says his first sergeant runs the company.
6AMB0A SWIM MEET
' What a wonderful new topic for the Mail Box. We've blasted
everything on up to Governor Potter. Now let's start blasting some
of our finest civic endeavors and the peple who make them possible.
Sown with Gamboa swim meets! Let's not have one next year or
f 6 Lett thefGamboa Civic Council and other contributors spend their
fundsbn more important things, like free beer at a block party eve eve-hTgo;
hTgo; eve-hTgo; often. They'll get more thanks that way.
. Let the people who spent many long weekends soliciting funds
for the meet, using their own time to organize the meet and 1 frying
totdo i sokethlhg worthwhile for the kids, out their time and efforts
to-better usetar, writing letters to the Mail Box.
;; Let the kids Vbo participated in the meet take up another sport.
Those beautiful trophies weren't worth all the healthy exercise it
not give anvone the benefit or the doubt or entitle them to an honest
L:.t.i.. it it.... am That would h too humane a thing to do).
IlllBl CHIC 11 i.ll Gl c rr m" vw.
Sure they did. (They took bets on the side .top). ....
If we're going to be poor sports let's be real petty about it and
drag others down along with us.
CITY COUNCIL SCANDAL
The Republic of Panama is supposed to be a democratic nation.
Its constitution is in many ways similar to that of the United States
The president, vice-presidents, deoutlen and councilmen are elected
by the people. Therefore constitutionally such individuals cannot be
fired like ordinary folks, but they can be impeached.
Fifteen councilmen were elected by the voters of the caoital
City. Somehow or other the press and radio found something nsny
going on with the citv funds. Government auditors took over and
confirmed the oress and radio stories. The District Attorney moved
in. found evidence of all kinds of rackets, but did not mention any
I believe that it Is now time for the press and radio to demand
that the guiltv be punished. But I cannot agree WW demands that
the neoole take the law into their own hands. :
Take a parallel in the US. for instance. (I still believe Sammy
has the best democratic laws in the world, though I would not give
a penny for the Canal Zone version of them.) There was the recent
Sherman Adams gift esse. And if you read Drew Pearson s column
you'd think President Eisenhower was a racketeer.
Yet regardless of all the exposures in the US press and radio,
you never hear demands for the people of the US to take the law
into their own hands. Think what would happen if this took place In
a nation of 170 million oeople.
Maybe it's because I'm always, for the underdog, but my sym sympathy
pathy sympathy is with those councilmen, who sought, to-jarove they had guts
and a clear en science by not jesligning. J'.JJ Jtt tht "Wen the 'ex 'exposures
posures 'exposures are all over only a few of them wilt have ;been proved to
be involved in the rackets. V ". . '"'
-Wtldentally, what became of President de la Guardla's law Joy Joy-bidcCESg
bidcCESg Joy-bidcCESg anyone to hold more than one government job. .': ;
To change the subject,. I find all this hero,worship of Fidel. Cas Castro
tro Castro silly. He became famous only because he started as an unknown
Batista was forced into exile In 1940. then returned and In 1952 over overthrew
threw overthrew Prio Socarras. He arrested Castro, only to release him later
with a auote to the effect that he admired htm. Desnlte all the blood
bath going on in Cuba, I haven't beard that Batista has died. So who
can predict the outcome of the Castro story? Already he is a mark marked
ed marked man. Twice they have found bullet holes ner his home.
Ginger Know All.
SINGLE WAGE SONG
! Now that we have seen the Single Wage Scale
! We are sure it is only a fairy tale.
1 Our union leaders told us this all along,
But there were many who thought they were wrong.
Ernestito and Dicky Arias are fighting in Washington
i To demand a fairer interpretation of the famous plan.
' But his Assistant Comptroller pulled a boomerang
. By announcing a false drop in the cost of living.
So Dicky Arias will be told by Brother Ike
To fly back to Panama and go fly a kite.
Ike knows the living is going up everywhere
And is happy to hear it Is not so down here.
This is just one more smart move
That our political leaders have made,
To fool the workers as they have always done
And'durlag the elections they will get the Local Rater's vote.
I believe all of us including "Ginger Know All,"
Should not fail to get out and cast our vote
To stop the hanging of the press, the workers and all
And: get rid of some deputies,. politicos, concejales and the like.
"The unions have kept out of Panama politics,
-But when I was' Stateside during last year,
1 I saw the unions pulling all the tricks
) To convince all the voters to vote "right" without any fear.
Let us do the same in this our land
, In an effort to get good government,
Which will seek a lot of true betterment
Somewhat different than the Assistant Comptroller's comments.
100 Percent Unionist.
By VICTOR RIESEL
A self-confessed crook by- the
name of ttugene James realty
got s.arUd in the easy labor mon
ey business by borrowing some
$2,500 from Jim JioLa and friend
to launch a juke box local. Then
by carefully stealing from the
poor and giving it to the nouveau
riche namely himself Brother
James did so well that he was a a-ble
ble a-ble to say in a Federal court in
Chicago the other day that he
had embezzled almost three-quar
ters of a million dollars from a
union pension and welfare fund.
uene James, now an oinciai oi
the Independent Laundry Workers
International Union (not to be
confused with the Amalgamated
Laundry Workers Joint (board) is
op trial on charges of income
tax invasion, rnrougn tus lawyer;
James argued that he evaded no
payments on taxaoie income, tie
said he merely embezzled the
three-quarters of a million dol
He didn't have to work for the.
money. He said he stole It. bo
it was not "income." Thus he
claimed he did not violate the
Federal tax laws. Or any other
Federal laws, for that matter,
since it isn't against the U.S.
codes yet to steal from a union.
This money was stolen over a
10-year period from funds which
should nave covered S34, S50 a-
week working men and women
mio sweat the days out in scald
ing, steam-filled laundry rooms,
working their hands, sometimes to
the bones, in chemically treated
waters to keep us all looking so
neat on tne main stems oi A-
Jim Hoffa is in Chicago for a
fortnight discussing the wages and
working conditions of hundreds of
thousands of "over the road"
truck drivers. He might trot Or
ver to the Federal court and
muse a bit about his erstwhile
friend's betrayal of the working
class over which Brother Hoffa
announces regularly he suffers so
Mr. Hoffa has testified that he
and a friend lent Gene James
some $2,500 in "personal money"
to start Teamster Local 875, a
Detroit juke box unit you'll soon
be hearing about when the Mc-
Clellan Committee resumes hear hearings.
ings. hearings. The local did righti well be because
cause because soon Brother James was
out and a friend of Mr. Hoffa's
by the name of William Bufalino
took over. So James headed for
Chicago still drawing his sala
ry irom the Detroit local.
Why? Because no one knew
how things would work out for
Brother James in Chicago. Hof
fa has testified. Soon James sot
himself placed in the Laundry U.ft
nion. So he dropped off the Team
ster payroll, iiul Laundry Union
kept James traveling to Mia
mi, ior example. According to the
McClellan Committee chief coun counsel
sel counsel Bob Kennedy, James attempt attempted
ed attempted to unionize some of the laun laundry
dry laundry owners there.
"According to the information
and testimony given before a
Grand Jury in a trial down in
Florida by Mr. Newbold, Mr.
Newbold was hired by people as associated
sociated associated with Mr. James...whom
Mr. Newbold met down there
and by whom Mr. Newbold was
hired to kill and shoot one of the
laundry operators with whom the
I union was having difficulty," Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy told his committee.
, "Newbold did not do that. And
'some of Mr. James'. .colleagues
took Mr. Newbold out and put
five bullets in him and tried to
run him over in a car and then
threw him in a ditch. Mr. New New-bold
bold New-bold lived through all this and
came back and testified," Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy also said.
; On James' return from Florida
ihe was promoted. He became na national
tional national secretary-treasurer of the
Laundry Workers. Now there's a
post for a self-confessed embezz embezzler.
ler. embezzler. The Federal records are full
of statements that he stole at
So on Sept. 26, .1957. he was on
the McClellan Committee hot seat
and was asked:
Mr. James, do vou consider a
dues-paying.:working man or wom
an wno is a member of the union
of which you are n, official do
you consider such an individual
a sucker to be fleeced or a hu-
mn being to be served?
Eugene James literally replied
that any answer he gave would
tend to incriminate him. Yet
Tames still is a power in the
Laundry Workers. He till holds
Office in the big Local 46.
Who says we do. not need new
Federal anti-racketeering labor
''You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth"
SP fear . .- h .-,
i'iiSm, i in Hi ii Wiimtmmm&gi
By BOB RUARK
Pharmacist Nicholas S. Gsd Gsd-alde,
alde, Gsd-alde, 73, of Great Neck, L.I.,
N.V., has been chosen as the
drug Industry's "Man of the
Year." He was chosen, in ;
nationwide poll because of his
63-year career in the interest
of public health. "-J
The recent departure from this
vale of two such nob.e old war
horses as Fred Othman and, more
recently, Mike Berfier of The New
York limes, makes this spavined
old-war horse, minus noouiiy,
wonder if we will ever see the
likes of the real old pro in this
I don't mean the geniuses which
spring overnight from TV, or the
special agony columns, but the
kind of reporter Meyer Berger oi
the Times was.
There is something to be said
for tough apprenticeship In the
formation of a mature news man
who can cover any sort of story,
and give it the correct touch.
"Touch' is a thing that can cannot
not cannot be taught. It must be learnel.
I mentioned this to some luck
less journalism class one time and
mey. presses me-ior a apiinjuon
Another word for it is "feel," or
adjustment of the writer's mood
to the requirements of the story.
Some stories call for derision,
some for sympathy, occasionally
for tears, and, once in a while, ior
just plain straight writing, where
the writer injects none of bis own
personality but relies on the facts
to carry the full weight of the ev eventual
entual eventual full impact of the piece.
I nave seen beautuui stories ov
erwritten, until the ineat and
bones were hidden by a lot oi
And I have se?n oilier .little sto
ries, taken to front-pa&e promin prominence
ence prominence jy a slight inaction of the
writer s own reactn r. or the mild
tilt of whit we used to call "an
gle.' Angle is merely another
word for focus.
No journalism school can tsarh
this thinj; f foe and focus. It
molv comes frci l.ie int' of ap
prenti :-ship th-it Mike Berger had
I w t interested to see how ne
starce.l First job was on the old
World is a r... y bey for a dollar
and h..' a u;k. lie ha'l nnlv
two years of high school before he
wont to work.
AfterWorto War I, in which he
served with considerable distinc
t'on, he went back to the World
as a police reporter. Then he work
ed as a rewrite man for the
standard News Assn. in Broiklyn,
and left it for the same sort of job
with the Times' Brooklyn section.
Apart from a two year stint with
the New Yorker magazine in the
middle thirties, he had been with
tne rimes ever since.
Mike and Joseph Mitchell, an
old Herald Tribune anJ; Wond-Te-legram
graduate, were the best
feature writers I ever read, al although
though although H. Allen Smith was fun funnier.
nier. funnier. Both Mitchell and Berger" had a
tremendous talent for molding the
little ones into big ones, through
sheer meticulous attention to de detail
tail detail and the absolutely correct
and sparse use of the right
Whether it was a gangster funer funeral,
al, funeral, a Chinese New Year, a down downplayed
played downplayed Interview with a nudist,
Uje arrival of a duck-billed platy platypus
pus platypus or the gathering of a mess of
clams, the Bereers and Mitchells
could invest it with mors excite
ment than a war.
Both men bad a marvelous ear
tor uniiKeiy language, the unex
pqcted phrase,pr sentence which
could make a story sparkle. In the
hundreds of thousands of words I
read from both men, I never saw
a flamboyant phrase.
The important: thing about both
Berger and Mitchell was that
much of their best stuff came
i 't roil
An autogiro, although it it-looks
looks it-looks like a helicopter, is dif different
ferent different In one important way:
its rotor system is not power
driven in flight. It is simply
a special form of wine which
Irotates like a pinwheel fh the
wind. An autogiro acts more
Hike an airplane than a heli helicopter.
copter. helicopter. It usually cannot take
off vertically, but it can make
steeper take-offs, slower flights
and muclt steeper landings
than a normal airplane.
0 Encyclopedia Britannic
from routine assignments that less
talented reporters might have dis disdained.
dained. disdained. 1 y i
Berger, even when he became a
Pulitzer Prize winner and a gen generally
erally generally revered writer, would lake
on a story that a cub would sneer
at and come back to the office
with two columns of Stuff that
would make the opposition weep
Berger, a New Yorker bora wnd
Mitchell, a North Carolina boy,
had another thing in common
the hidden nooks and crannies of
non-tourist, non-nightclub, non-gossip
column New York.
As a compliment to Joe Mitch
ell who I forgot to say is still
with us he beame in time as
good a New Yorker ti Mike Ber
ger, since both ;i were endowed
with similar professional back
grounds and- I treat lnquls ltive-
Even in my comparably latter
day, which started sa 1933 on a
country weekly and progressed
through a series of copy boyhoods,
the young reporter spent an awful
lot of his own time being curious,
especially at night.
Some of the police press-room
boys drank shocking beverages
and played cards while waiting for
the next murder, but others went
out and looked around and dug up
stuff out of sheer personal curio curiosity.
sity. curiosity. They were almost like pros prospectors
pectors prospectors hunting for an occasional
precious stone in an unlikely ter terrain.
rain. terrain. I don't believe that the shape
and the wages-amd-hours necessi necessities
ties necessities of newspapers today will prov provide
ide provide the long apprenticeships at low
pay and the tremendous opportu opportunities
nities opportunities to become a jaek-of-alK
trades on your own time and thus
produce another Meyer Berger,
who could cover anything with dis distinction,
tinction, distinction, from a cat up a tree to
the shooting of 13 people by a
crazei veteran. That last one got
him the Pulitzer Prize.
' "'V'.i'C-.:.::'-,i"'.'?'";, 1: '.. CI
WASHTOfiTOTJ I itV has
nog been telling me that a news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman with one deadline a
day can't afford to milk cows
With two deadlines. 'a dav. 1 ani
now following her advice.
am as uin about-to-be emeritus
milk farmer, perhaps I can shed
some lipht nn th rurrant tnillr
war- fa- the nation's capital1 and on
us mm problem in the rest of
the nation., '-. --;.. -:'
If VOU read th ffpdprirk fMrt V
Post or the Montgomery County
aiQ.) aenanei, you wui una
mem pacKea wuh noucei adver advertising
tising advertising the sale of dairy farms.
This, spring around 1000 milk
cows will bo told in., two Mary Maryland
land Maryland emintiaa' 1nn
-They will be sold, for hambur-,
ger or to Digger, mora, turrrxcfnl
MV COWS will fftllour chhrflv
thereafter. Reaimns Thn d a i r v
farmer is saueezed hetwAm thrp
big; millstones: 1, the high cost of
iarm. isnor ana : machinery:. 2.
the big dairy Combines; Jim
In Baltimore, tho jprke of milk
paid to farmers dropped last
year 71 cents per cwt. can or at
the rata of IV Cent a' nuarL Si.
multaneously-the brice went up
io uie nousewue -i cent per quart.
In Washtnrtnn 1j1 vair thp
Teamstem. which art all local
milk wagts, sot an increase of b
cenii an nour piu', anotner T
cents due this. June. Total. 15
Meanwhile. thA frmii shlnnlne
milk to Washington hsu been cut
in price 92 cent per rwt., ton
Sine,) Benson Prttir.,1 nffifn' .sr
the -equivalent of i cents a quart.
curing mp anmo period prices
went up to the Washington house housewife
wife housewife 3.1 cents p ir quart.
rnus tne ieimsir and the
middlemen seen trv.h. rfninw ail
riKni. nui inn tarmpp inn tup
housewives ara caught In the
BEAUTY HIT BY STONI
MANILA (UPI)-Christina Ma Ma-tias,
tias, Ma-tias, Miss Philippines of 1959,
was struck in the face by a s'one
last night wiif she rode on a
float in the Manila Trade Fair
parade. The stone, tossed by an
unidentified bystander, caused a
slight swelling on the btauty
queen's right cheek.
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' FAR-FLUNO MILK
The bir dalr rnmhln. lutttrti
has now challenged the farmers
cooperative to a mint war in the
Washington area to rriur nrinM
further is National Dairy Prod
ucts, mougn it operates under
the local name of Chestnut
farms, a part of Sealtest.
This is not just a little neigh
borhood dairy. It i nna nt th
biggest milk combines in the
World. It OMrate SpHptt Tlmlf
ed Of England SpaHasf Ttrt t
AUBiraiu, miii wtnruiigsmittei or
SwitZurlAru! TTrnff RmKU T (
denberg of Germany, Herzjunge
Kasewerk G.m.b.H. of Germany.
Kraft Foods of Mexico, Kraft
or with other subsidiaries in V V-nezueU
nezueU V-nezueU Md.Cuba:a ?
cneese ana Dutter gets too rough.
National Dairv' PrndiW. ff
- t - ,a wajw uaav
set this with its two Danish sub
sidiaries, Kraft Foods Internation International
al International A-S Denmark and Peter Jen Jensen
sen Jensen of Denmark.
This riant Pnmhina nnma tks
. W W
Metro Glass Company in Jersey
City where it makes its own con-
tainers. the Hudson Tmnifpr Cn
in Jersey City which hauls dairy
products; auso processing plants
n Chicago; Decatur, Ga.; Gar-
iuu, ica. opringueia, mo.;
New Ulm, Minn.; Mount Royal,
yueuec; iiuena rant, jualif.:
Memphis, PhUadelphia, Boston,
New York and Miami.
it not only handlea dairv nrnd.
ucts, but bread, vegetable oils,
and margarine, whinh
with dairy oroducta. Vmm u
these, it made $44,058,000 in 1957
after taxes, accumulated an earn earned
ed earned surplus the same year of
This is the company which nas
gmla milk producers, a farmers'
"3 f Price waj ia Um aa aa-tion,
tion, aa-tion, capiUL s ?x ,,-
-f10 housewives and
farmers have 'forgotten U the
fact that National Dairy Products
was th biggest beneficiary from
the amazing Benson cheese deal,
by which the hie Aain
companies got a juicy windfall
soil a few r days before Benson
" - -v wf yiKmt tueu
ouymg u dbck irom Benson at a
cheaper price, They never evea
moved it out of their own ware ware-houses..
houses.. ware-houses.. :,.r
After this column retvrhil I ha
cheese deal on June 6, 1955, and
after; Congressman fountain of
North Carolina nut th dairv mm.
bines on the gnddle.Hhejr' wero
iorcea to retuna w-uncie Sam.
National ; Dairy Products was or ordered
dered ordered by a Federal judge to hand
back $404,547. V
National Dairy Products is a
blue-chip company which should
know better than tn t mlvad in
in iDhonv chwia deal ..
in lawyers: are suiuvan ana
Cromwell, John Foster Dulles'
law firm. Tt -tlWtm.
Paul C. Cabot, the Botm---blue
blood, related to Ambassador Ca.
Dotage; Breyer, the big
Philadelphia Icecream man; ana
Sidney Winner. th lnvntmn
banker who has appointed, more
men to tne jugennower cabinet
than anyone ? reiie i including
Geprge Humphrey, Douglas Dillon,
and in part Admiral Strauss.
The farm co-op against whicfc
Chestnut Farms and National Dai Dairv
rv Dairv Products have defttareri wmr
in theinatioh ; capital .ahw ;be.
neves in uKnt-iuut organization;
It haa to. with thit Tp am a tor
one side and. a .big1 milk combine
on the other: f" T "'
It has. also been in trouble with with-the
the with-the Antitrust Act' for operating
its own retail, diary. Chief differ differ-ence
ence differ-ence between it and -the Team Team-sters
sters Team-sters is that the Teamsters ara
not subject to the Antitrust Act.
Aside from this, the farmers,
though they cuss out-labor,, have
organized exactly like labor to
put a floor under the price they
get for their labor on the farm.
These are some of the intrica intricacies
cies intricacies of producing milk. If dairy
farmers didn't organize like labor
ipse their shirts., some, of them,
Miway. , ( y
Probably what's needed Is a
commission tn renlata mttlr Hn
P same way the price of eleo
ipcuy is reguiateo. Both are pup
lie service commodities. '
Anyway. I'm giving up eowi
with two deadlines a day.'A"isoli
umn withroMf.deadlihi lstnottg1
r.'i-jff.--; I- a ,f-S aci
As I am continuing; to make
improvements in my service
to you, I'll have to suspend
electrical services tomorrow.
(Sunday, March 15thj nt the
i following areas:
Hour: 6:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
Calls) ,49 Esta
- Calla i50 Este
Call ,St Este : :"
Ctlla 62 Este v
- Call Uruguay
Ava. 2a., San Franclaco
Urbaniiaoi6n Campo Alegra
Urbaniiacion Nuavo Campd Alagra
Urbanlxacl6n Juart friuico
Ava. Fadarico Boyd, .from Calla 52
up to Calla 49 Eata,
Thank for your cooparation,
n K-USTO KIL0VATI0
SATURDAY; MARCH 14, 1959 ;.
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JUNGI-E OPERATION',iUlfBri'iGeh: "Milton L.'Ogderi, left, IT.&.A Afmy Canhbean deputy commanding general, observes students at
th Jungle'Warfare Training CehterFot Sherman, as they receive. patrol order during training. Currently taking fhe course at JW JW-T.
T. JW-T. aiV members of Ti Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, and a group of volunteers from Navy as well as Army units stationed
on the Isthmus. . - (U.S. Army Photo)
Service Clubs Aim ounce Names
- Of Carib Photo Contest Winners
Winners of.twd sub-area -photo:
graphy congests held ti) select en en-fries
fries en-fries for the 1959 USARCARIB
photography contest were announc
ed this week by directors of the
service clubs at Fort Buchanan,
Puerto Rico and Fort Clayton.
Thursday evening judges made
teir selection from among photo photo-graptis
graptis photo-graptis entered in the Fort Gulik
Service Club contest, but results
were not available at press time.
The remaining sub-area competi competi-tioli
tioli competi-tioli will' be judped Monday at the
Fort. Kobbe Club.
At the Fcrt Clayton prelimina preliminaries
ries preliminaries j t?T"' r"' r"' p Gordon
F, Ifsw' :. "" John
F. Flatau j.,ane Eugenio Wr
Panem -a,. ollowmg
winnsiii'vRlack na';white s" : ii
first !)!& ir'Fate ,JVeasr-and JleKtih
b Sp- Donald Martin; second,
"Water Light" by PfC. Frank
Khosowski, -and third,, i'Portf ait.of
a Man" by Pfc. W.iliam Seymour.,
Winers ii, the color transoarency
category were; First place. "Con "Confusion"
fusion" "Confusion" 'yVZndv U. Paul R. EHs
Jr.;'n.econd, "Hibiscus", by Pfc.
place-fWatching the World Go
By" ilbr'Sp Donald ,Martinc AU
are?iassinel to Fort Clayton-.
MfsKfelibeth J.-t Haberstick,
Fort 'Buchanan-Service "Club direc director
tor director and sub-area Contest director,
. ; v ,vi i yi... a-;
announced the following winners:
R'a'ck and white group first place
La Caseta del bentmela, by spc
Earl H. Buie, Fort Buchanan: co co-irr
irr co-irr transoarencies first place,
Thr. Adv;nt"rer" by Pfc. Roland
J. Jordah Fort Buchanan; sec second,
ond, second, "The Cathedr?!' .by Pfc.
Francisco A. .Longona, ort Bu
chanan and third, "Old San Juan"
by ( apt. Donovan M. Beadle. U.
S. Army Advisory, Group (NG),
Twtnty other entries were se
lected hv the Antilles iudces to
comnete in the USARCARIB area
Files Suit Apainsl
SACRAMENTO, Calif. XUPI)-A
73-year old, .worn an liled a di divorce
vorce divorce suit against her missing
tusband yesterday ajii- nearly,
Jwooned when she learned he was
J"Ding Dong .Daddy of Jhe D-Car
Line." fi.'; .V-'.V .'
iWrs. fune Puckett Van Wie, of
JiearbyJiDel Paso Heights, was
speechless for a moment when in informed
formed informed she was at leas, the 17th
wife of ; Francis Van Wie-one-iime
? "Wny.'i had na idea," she sput sput-Urak
Urak sput-Urak lt 'tn k tfl -believe he
tad mflfle4,only,once before.
yan Wie, now 72, came into
prominence in 1946 when it was
discovered that the streetcar mo mo-torman,m
torman,m mo-torman,m San Francisco's D line
had been, married 11 ... or 12
. . or 13 times but had never
peen divorced. ...
i The balding, roly poly Wotor
tnan wa convicted on three
counts .of bigamy ., in, a Jwal thai
earned vshort errtilU'San
Quen!n prison and a' reputa'ion
s the "Ding Dong Daddy."
Then in 1953, wives No. 14,, 15
and 16 filed comph'nts in Los
Aneeles and Van Wie was con
victed of bigamy again. Durlrig
the trial, a psychiatrist described
thi former motorman as "not a
criminal just a compulsive ro ro-mantic."
mantic." ro-mantic." vn Wie told Los Angeles au-
fhnritlon he had no desire to
; "I just want to die in peace,
; So, he was jailed for sixonths
and olaced on probation with the
Tirnhisinn that he would marry
Tn lw f Van Wie's latest vio
iation, Los Angeles authorities ex expressed
pressed expressed some concern as to the
iiiue Tuna wnercuwn.
latest Mrs. Van .Wie was no help.
? She said -they were married in
June 1957, after a four month
courtship, but that he left' her six
Nasser Steps Up Massive
Propaganda Against Kassem
LINCOLN, England (UPI)
Fellow nrionprs were- ane'rcd
af the sor' sentence given Pat Patrick
rick Patrick ,T. nul;:"n fr be'.'in" U
8-Vfl?r.oJrt daughter theybeat hirri
ho'."M.; was disclo'e'i today.
0'.'i'li"an was sentenced to two
monh far cRiisinfr wrievo"1? bi-
'lv harm ,o his.da'h""V. Nnfh.
Tnnia'es o London orison
"PizoH him wh'le he wai. en route
raH him- into tV lav'orv jd
m utiled hitri ,fhoT",i'"H1jr. p "ifr
ed rnnf?u'On. cho(Jr. p split nn-
nP" nr i r on p r 'rVd at
O'Siiliivpn's pemetnal was
,'bfsm', on f'e other s'de of
" : DAMASCUS, v Syria (UPI) -Unibd
Arab Republic Presidant
Gamal Abdel Nasser stepped up
his massive propaganda cam campaign
paign campaign against Iraqi Premier Ab Abdel
del Abdel Karim Kassem yesterday in a
bitter speech before demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators who shouted, "Down, with
Kassem, death to traitors.",
Nasser stood on the balcony of
the Syrian presidential palace and
tod thousands of demonstrators
iri evacuation square that "Iraq's
Kassem has divided the Iraqi peo people.'
ple.' people.' He coupled biS attack on
Kassem with a bitter denunciation
of Communism. s
The President of the U,A.R.,
formed a year ago by the merger
of Syria anfl)$gypt, sSid.vKassem
'same methods of TJun es-Said and
Fadil Jamali," pro-Western Iraqi
leaders killed or. arrested, since
the- Iraqi re velt last July l4.
He said the toaqis had strafed a'
HONOLULU A harried Hawai Hawaiian
ian Hawaiian taking a statehood be'l out of
storage in time for a celebration
should Congress act swiftly on the
"I wonder who we can get to in
Congress to get them to hold off
statehood 'for one more day we
aren't ready for it yet!"
NEW YORK Harold C. Mc-
s r tux
' 7 N jr-"ii4 It
general manager of
United States exhibition' to
itagtd in Moscow, on the
hibit s purpose:
'The purpose is friendly, non non-lolitieal.
lolitieal. non-lolitieal. We won't even have a
SAN FRANCISCCv-Gen. James
H. Doolittle, former 8th Air Force
commander, telling a business
group that industry- needs 50,000
engineers while only. 39,000 will
graduate in June:
"The remaining 11,000 cannot
be recruited, cannot be recovered.
IThey simply will not exist."
Syrian village two days fcgo and
we could doubly retaliate, but
the villages we would have bomb
ed (in Iraq) are Arab vilages,
and we can never attack any
As Nasser spoke, the U.A.R.
press and radio in Syria and
Egypt launched amassive attack
on the Baghdad regime.
(In Baghdad, the leftist Iraqi
press denounced Nasser sa' a "de
feated conspirator' and blamed
the U.A.R. for the abortive north
ern army revolt against Kassem
which has been shattered.
(The Communist newspaper Itti Itti-had
had Itti-had al Shaab said Iraqi rebels
killed hundreds of Loyalist officers,
soldiers and civilians in a "horri "horri-ble
ble "horri-ble v massacreV- before the Mosul
Iff his'! speech Nasser said
"Arab" nationalism will remain
strong despite terrorism and con conspiracies."
spiracies." conspiracies." "The Communist conspiracies
never succed because the Com Communists
munists Communists will not find any agents
among good Arabs," Nasser said
Cairo Radio followed up Nas Nasser's
ser's Nasser's statements with a charge
that "Iraq's rulers are agepts of
Iraqi Communists, and the Com Communists
munists Communists in turn serve the foreign foreigner"
er" foreigner" a repetition of Nasser's at attack
tack attack on international communism
There so far has been Httle re reaction
action reaction from Moscow to Nasser's
blasts against international Com Communism,
munism, Communism, but "Western diplomats
in the U.A.R. believe he is risk risking
ing risking Soviet displeasure and a pos possible
sible possible halt to Soviet aid.
Madden Lake Campsite
To Get April Workout
Canal Zone Boy, Scouts will give
their new Madden Lake Campsite
its first official workout. uieir i
annual Camporee next mo ..
The Scout Council has announced
that the 1959 Camporee will be held
at the new camp April 3-5.
'More than 300 Scouts have al already,
ready, already, stated they intend to attend
the Camporee, which is a combi combination
nation combination Scouting training experi experience,
ence, experience, pow-wow and get together.
Although the Camporee will get
the Scouts "away from it all,"
there will be an opportunity to
visit the Scouts and the new camp
during certain .intervals of the
Participating tyoops. are being
asked to make a. special effort to
invite Cub packs .from their area
to visit .the Camporee, on Saturday
afternoon, Apl 4,-between 2 and
.Parents are' being, invited to at attend
tend attend a special fampfire singing singing-that
that singing-that same night starting it 7:30
p.m.' Special trails aftd' guide Jines
are being laid out.to help' the vi visitors,,
sitors,, visitors,, and ; the! ladies, wiho are
requested to1 wear low heeled
shoes, will have, a special comfort
area in what is essentially a wild wild-nerness
nerness wild-nerness experience.
A special pre-Camporee training training-session
session training-session will be held at the new
Madden Camp on Saturday, March
At the pre-training session Lt.
Col. "Bob" MacDonald, who will
be Camporee director, will out outline
line outline the three days of activities,
along with this asistants, Kobert
Thompson andLt. Col. R. W. Do Do-wel.
wel. Do-wel. MacDonald, wh6 also was Cam Camporee
poree Camporee director, last year also wil
conduct a drawing lor uuupsucs
for Camporee participants. Scout
and patrol leaders and others at attending
tending attending the pre-Camporee session
should being their own snow wun
them. The meeting is slated to
run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Further announcements will be
made concerning the Camporee
such as activities, supplies that
will be available, awards, and so
Dawn Meliut greases it car at
garage in Waukesha, Wis.
Mr Melius works iuU time at
the ataUon whlcU the and her
' MIAMI BEACH Skin diver Bob
Wall reoOrtin on a e foot
"monster" he saw awhile diving
"I looked in a cave in a reef...
and there it was staring at me...
it had a long cylindrical-shaped
! NEW.Y.ORK .j Banker David
RocktfeJWri who 1 Just "I resumed
from 'Afrit!f, advisrtrlg an' attitude
for Americans concerning: African
nai'nnausm: : : -J
"It is terribly important that
Americans, while symoathetic to
thQ nationalist aspiration,, do not
try to intervene or make inflam inflammatory
matory inflammatory statements.'
CAMBRlbGE, Mass. James B.
Conant, former president of Har Harvard,
vard, Harvard, on whether youths should
finish high school:
"I should start by questioning
the dogma one often hears that
all the youths irrespective of aca'
demic ability and 'interest should
complete grade 12.J, X
STEAL JEWELER'S CASE
MEMPHIS,' Tehn,' (UPI)-Jewel-er
Morris Steinman of. Chicago re reported
ported reported to polke -the4' theft "vestf "vestf-day
day "vestf-day of.his sample case containing
about $20,000 worth of gems.
Steinman said, he left the case
unattended in an alcove Off a
hotel lobby and when' he returned
it was gone, . J v
TOKYO (UPI) Police investi investigated
gated investigated the mysterious death of a
Japanese airline stewardess today
on the theory that she may have
been strangled. v
The shoaless coatless body of
Tomoko Takekawa, 27, a steward stewardess
ess stewardess for the British Overseas Air Airways
ways Airways Corp. (BOAC), was found
last night in a lonely section
of Tokyo's outskirts. An autopsy
showed marks on her neck which
pol'ce said indicated she probably
was strangled. '-
Boy, 17, Dies
From $5 Whisky
KANSAS CITYMO. (UPI) A
17-year-old boy who drank a fifth
of whisky' in fiyfe minutes- on a
$5 bet was fooiioYdad" near here
early today, the! Jackson County
coroner's office reported.
The body oj Jess C. Lea Jr. was
found, in an automobile parked in
front of a bowling alley in sub suburban
urban suburban Raytown, where four youth youthful
ful youthful companions had left him after
he lost consciousness.
Deputy Coroner James M. Lati Latimer.'
mer.' Latimer.' said James Yates, 22, told
officers he bought the whisky and
bet Lea and Harold Barber, 20,
that Lea could not drink it m a
After the boy drank the liquor.
he passed out, Latimer said, and
the others drove mm to tne dowi dowi-ing
ing dowi-ing allev where they transferred
him ro another car and then .went
in to bowl. When they retuned,
he was dead. One of the group
no'ified the victim's brother, wno
Names of the other two youths
involved were withheld under Mis Missouri's
souri's Missouri's juvenile code. They are 15
and 16 years old.
47 Years old
Canal Zone Girl Scouts are ce celebrating
lebrating celebrating their birthday this week.
The Girl Scouts of the USA
were 47 years old March 12. Girl
Scouts were foundde by Juliette
Low in Savannah March 12, 1912.
Since the first troop composed of
nine girls the organization has
grown to approximately three and
one half million members.
This, year's theme is "You Can
Count on Her to be Creative.''
Girl Coutiig provides a broard
and versatile program to help
youngesters to become healthy
personalities in mind, body and
spirit. Creative fields not only ap applies
plies applies to arts and crafts, but to
homemaking, service, citizenship
and international relations.
The Canal Zone Girl Scout Coun Council
cil Council serves some 1200 girl members
and 400 adults, both men and wo women.
men. women. The first Council charter
was granted to the Canl Zone in
1936. There are 68 active troops
participating in the Scouting pro program
gram program including Brownie, Interme Intermediate,
diate, Intermediate, Senior and Mariner troops.
The council is financed by the
United Fund and maintains a Girl
Scout office in Diablo staffed by
a professional Girl SCout worker
and an office secretary.
Many troops are sponsored by
various civic and social organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. They hold meetings in
Churches, Scout "Little Houses"
and other spaces offered them by
the various military establish
The council is always in need
of more adult volunteers to assist
with troops, work on board and
committee level and assist as
Troop Committee members. Any-
. i ,1' .. i
one interested in neiping is invit invited
ed invited to phone the Girl Scout office.
Men as well as women are urged
to participate in tne program.
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TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI) The
Chinese Co nmunists resumed
thpir ar'illerv bombirdmen' of
thp Nationalist-held Ouemoy off
shore islands yestrrdsv after ob observing
serving observing their :.sual alternate day
pp"'pfire, the -defense ..muustry
i f V 111 11 1 II I
do not have an
It permits and demands
that people think out their
beliefs for themselves, and
then live those beliefs.
The stress is placed upon
living this life nobly and
effectively rather than on
the preparation for an after-existence.
Why not; visit the Unita Unitarians
rians Unitarians this Sunday morning
A warm welcome awaits you
at Building 362, Ancon Bou Boulevard
levard Boulevard at Mamey Place (near
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M.!Sanrm AND MRS. HARRINGTON TO FETE
AMBASSADOR ANW "?Avnv MONDAY
ISTHMIAN YlMTU i w'"""
On the occasion the visit .to S
Stewart, director of tht i Offtw of h Ambassador
!f5KS ?u?T Harrincton'will entertain at
,UaJ?ften? Ku'eVwm name's Minister of
Among the jrnesw vi-a.Mintater of
Affairs Miguel J. Moreno, jr.. j- ,ov.rnni.nt. Ca
Relation!, and other "F''""v- ti." CommaMer In
5S J 0,r:.nWr.nd. Lt. OenT Ridgeiy Gaither.
Mis Melon l Honored
At Pro-Nuptll Shower
Bride-elect Miss Linda Malone
was honored Thursday even even-ine
ine even-ine at a shower given by Miss
Maxine and Miss Miriam Cono Cono-ver
ver Cono-ver at their home in Balboa.
The shower toliowed a wed wedding
ding wedding rehearsal, which was preced preceded
ed preceded BDy dinner pany given far
memDers of the Driasi puny -the
home of Miss Malone's pa parents,
rents, parents, Mr. Jtnd Mrs. R. L. Malone
Guests at the shower included
the honoree's mother, Mrs. Fran Frances
ces Frances Malone, Mrs. Rose Casey Mrs.
Millie Patton, Mrs. Margaret Wil Wil-burn,
burn, Wil-burn, Mrs. Doris Young.
Miss Retta Allen, Miss Margie
Allen, Miss Kethy Casey, Miss M.
Mis r.abv Fredericks,
; thu Hot Miss Diane
Hutchings, Miss Kathy McCona
u .- Mire Tonrtv Scott. Miss Ma
U7,H and MlSS DoriS
The fortieth anniversary w
the American Legion will be
celebrated b Po. One, Fort A
Free snacks and cocktails will
be served to all Legion members
and adult members of their family.
Have Bingo Party ;,,
Potianta at (ioreas nuapua'
were guests last week at a bingo
party held In, the Red Cross
lounge. American wm
Uary Unit Seven conducted the
Hosts and hostesses for the
evening were Mrs. Mary E. Beck Beck-er
er Beck-er of Unit One, and Barbara R.
Shan, Carolina de Orrietta, Glenn
r, rh.a'ar Mrs. A. Chedester
and Maria L. Ulloa
G. of Unjt
Knlit ad Man't Club
u.. corfituirii Today
snnrgasbord will ue served
at two this afternoon in the
Beachcombers Room of the En En-l.stej
l.stej En-l.stej Men's Club, fifteenth Na Naval
val Naval Distrct Heidquirters An Annex.
nex. Annex. The club will have a St.
Pa rick's Day dance tonight from
a tn mi.iniyh with Danny
Bishop and his ensemble play playing
ing playing for dancing.
Ladles Guild Meets
At Pert Golick
The regular moethly meeting
oi the Protestant Ladles Guild
was held at the Fort Gulick cha chapel.
pel. chapel. Guest speaker was Mrs. Bain Bain-bridge
bridge Bain-bridge Davla, who spoke on "The
Reality of the Spiritual L'fe."
Mrs. Kenneth Newby and Mrs.
William Heck were visitors at the
meeting, and Mrs. James Smith
and Mrs. James Hedges were in in-troduce4
troduce4 in-troduce4 as new members. Hos Hostesses
tesses Hostesses for the meeting were Mr.
Melvin Nolte and Mrs. Gerald
Members were at'ended were
Mrs. Leon Green, Mrf. Gordan C.
Chaphe, Mrs. Lowell Er'ckson,
Mrs. George Pulllam, Mrs. Den
nis Boniface, Mrs. James Kler,
Mrs. Phillip Judson, Mrs, Elroy
Lipsep, Mrs. Delos Keelein. Mrs.
James Roane, Mrs. Cecil Hi"ies,
Mrs. Clifford Ralph, Mrs. John
Borgstrom, Mrs. Abraham Gomez
and Mrs. Raymond Pearson.
Washington (Upi) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower submmued his'
3129,983,000 fore gn aid program
to the akeptical Oemocra.ic Con Con-..
.. Con-.. ....i.rriiv with a blunt
warning mat it any uvw
He specifically pointed to the
Berlin crisis, declaring it could
have "nerdous consequences a
Russia refuses to back down on
it. demands. But he said foreign
.14 h.H nlvH a hie Dart in tn
hiino tha fra world to stand
firm "In these tense moments."
The President's program
ynjuA distill Uwk
Explore the Best of the Interior
Claim UN rlanes
Mncrnw rtiPti Five Soviet
kinrri charged yesterday that
American planes buzzed their
trawlers after their recent deten-
tinn Kv tha Philinnina naVV.
The newspaper Soviet Russia
published the charge, capt. B.
r.ri.Mn aa!H tha American Dianes
v a --
LU1IUTTCU ,VSv vawi.wK.
them by day and Illuminating
them by night with ooweriui
aarchlfehta. "In violation of ln-
trntlnnol aaa lawn."
Ona U.S. Navy piane new over
a ViadlvostoK Dounn tovm veasoi,
"almost hitting the masts,"
"Such flights by U.S. aircraft
over Soviet vessels in the PacMc
onrt naiffhhnrine seas have be
come th rule." Grishin said.
"We protelt American provoca
The Soviet trawlers entered
Philippine waters to escape a
storm and make repairs, their
aVSnnars told anH wer detained
ana WMua, a vi .
eight days bv the Philioplne
navy. The trawlers were reieasea
last Saturday after Moscow pro
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mand as the Navy representative
of he Armed Forces rroiession rroiession-al
al rroiession-al Entertainment Branch is Lt.
Csmdr. Joneph M. St. Onge. Pur Purpose
pose Purpose of this visit is to meet with
Special Services officials and dis discuss
cuss discuss items related to entertam entertam-mtn
mtn entertam-mtn ni military oersonnel.
The AFPEB is a tri-service
branch under the Department of
Defense whose executive agency
is Special Services Division, we
AHuan r.eneral's office. Depart
ment of the Army. An allocation
of Service appropriations is budg budg-eid
eid budg-eid for the Army, Navy and Air
Force annually to defray live pr
fesionnal entertainment traveling
expenses per diem and transpor transportation
tation transportation cos's. '.
St. Onge will visit military in
stallations available for touring
theaters, messes and
quarters and study the -com-for
al entertainment. Information de derived
rived derived from these reports will be
utilized to encourage professional
civilian entertainers to penorm
before military personnel station
ed In overseas areas.
He will depart from me .one
today for the U.S. Naval Station,
TvinMoH n.w.T. from there he
will proceed- to the Antilles Com-
mand the u&. ivavai i,
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
I Right Get Upped
To MSgt. Rank
Year Old Youth
Does No1, Fxis
' That Is
NAGOYA, Japan (UPD-TosW-iohiro
Murakami w!ll be one year
tld tomorrow. But he doesn't
exist. Legally, that Is.
Hie mnflipr rikameared from
the hosoita. the day after be, was
bora. Authorities cannot register
him because the names oi ine
parents are unknown. Ana ne
can't be adoioted because h has
nn leeal existence
promptly ran ia.o DemaeriUc da
minds that 1; be cut, 8Bat
4)emocraUc walo Mike Menstlotd
(Mon.) mmler w ma power power-m
m power-m SenaU foreign, ,lUon
Cammlttee, said tna though. It
could be reaucea -orsuieauy, w
Uii lhra billion.
Foreicn Relat ons Chairman J.
WilUam Fulbrlght (D-Ark.) rip
ped Elsenhower lot snowing -m-Ue
disposition to tailor the pt
gram reausi.cuy w.iu vm vm-es
es vm-es in the world' situation." ha
said the commlit -"will need to
engage In considerable surgery tf
the bill la to fully serva U na-
Uonal intereK," ; .
Other Democratic' leaders iook
show-ma, attitude and called fop
an end to "waste ana inwiicwu-
...ii I. Vi ifi nrnfrtm. hid.
Wayne Haya li-unio; cnauenjseu
v pairiant'a reference 10 Bar
lis. He said "not nickel" of the
naw money would help in that
rru. Sm idnt anillht tfiOUI 1.
nnnnnn noo in military aid ana
"""I 1 -! J
9 m ravi nm in economic aiu vu
help this country's Allies eounier
khe "board and deep" commu
nist challenge in tne nscai yr
starting July 1. ...
But ne saw
sion swaying ine am y
has Indicated tt wm recommeuu
Increase m wtirywa, pj-
m.riiu fnr we toons to iNorvn At
lantic Treaty nations.' Ha prom-
ised to send congress xur.ner
posals after the commission st straits
raits straits a. report, probably next
week. . ...
All Indications were mi
President would have to ngni
even harder for nis am tuBiB.
this year than he did in 1958 when
he seized on every opporaimty--
including' letters to lnuuenwu
tizens- to plug. It.
But the Pret-aerj: nreu u
round in a message to
which "corned the "fortress A.
merica" concept held by some o
The United States, siiung u..c.
could becom. tna waaini.t
mighie.ta.tion on earto, he said
ana still lose in
world" as that "f.ntsstlc consplr consplr-cy'
cy' consplr-cy' '-international Communism Communism-take
take Communism-take over nation atte? nation.
i. h onai of ,he Amer-
lean people that the Uniteo Siiwa
hould b4 tha richest nation in
the graveyard of history,' he
"pointing to the natlona gobbled
up by Communism m the past
few decades, he ,sald the irec
world must convince those ueu.c
i well as the uncommitted na nations
tions nations that It Is blr to have
both "bread and he baUot.
Eisenhower callea on Amen Amen-,..,Miui
,..,Miui Amen-,..,Miui mi to ioui n a 1 1 n
"jj 8ATTJKDAY; WLACn 14,' 19SII
Antwar t Prevlom PuiiK
riaUles'-' conTrontlng them u
j.atf. na lisieu- uenv s:
Vina traa world a confronted
by wall-fquippeo standing armies
. Vnnra Man .500.000 and aS.IKM
warpianeirol tna ssvlet Union,
Communist China" anu weir sa.ei
iitei. i has ar suppor.aa .oy (
dhi c weaoom and missiles.
Tha worid is, in a great
epoch of seething change" which
has lean -21 Independent naw na
tions emerge from colonial status
in little mora : than a decade.
Thaia natlona are fired with
UaatfUla Rafintiallimt vM
could be harmful uniass jroperljr
Communism has seuea convw
in aU pr,pa of lT,coutiaa with within
in within tha past 40 years, and is de determined
termined determined to push on. It continues
to push on masquerading as "the
wavi of. tha future." ;
-"The inllttary pdsltion and, a a-coh6mic
coh6mic a-coh6mic proaparity of the United
State are Interdependent with
those ofithe free world.''
Several members of Congress
said these we convincing argu argument!
ment! argument! for continuing thai aid pro
gram, although not jiecMaariij'on
the scaie aougnr oy we rreucuv,
Chairman Thomas E. Morgan
m.Pa n( tha Hnuie Foreian Af
fairs Committee, laid Elsenhower
had given a 'I'ciear ana unan,awr-
ama arBument- ipr cxienuvn.
But be added that Congress would
not consider it on 'lake it or
1a..,a H keaeiai V
Marble Steps Give
BATON ROUGE, La. (UPD-
Now hat another state is coming
into the Union, Louisiana officials
are having another headache.
The Pelicati. State Capitol has a
set of marble steps leading up to
he entrance. Each step bears tlje
annau( nttna. nf m sitAlA:
ClliaSTVVS m i
Whan Alaskt won S'atanooa,
something could be dona. Its
name replaced the inscription "E
Plurlbus Unum'' at the top of the
TTmiia j. Hours, suoervisor Oi
state bu'ldings, wres!led with the
problem yesterday and came up
with he answer. Hawaii will just
have to take a place on the floor
of the landing at the tap.
j U fTMB is an
It John (Gaelic)
14 Lacerate -It
Body of water
II Fruit drink
IT Kind of ore
14 So long (IV.)
II Collection of
It Summer (It.)
II Jesus was -w
. In this
'. araa -.
II Seaport (ab.)
,14 River in
II Bind J
IT Arabian gulf
II Light .brown
i II Railway!
t Amman with
41 .is one of
II High card
14 raise god
.IT Curds of milk
51 Indonesian Of
1 .DOWN -1
Wild ox of
i 4 Flower corolla
I Soft Plug
1 .01 lis
f -444' irif I
HEnoAirige 40 Mariner's
IS Feminine i ; direction '.
- appellation .,'. 41 Separates
Panla At riraab Utfaa
e ff alii In urva at ow,.v .ni mimn mmwm
4 "Emerald 19 Icelandic saga ,44 Notation ;
Isle" 30 Mounds used S Principal .i
10 Shakespeare's by golfers j 47 Hatard : f
' river II Sm eagle 41 Notion
11 Depression S3 One who 41 Ripped
11 Small shield (suffix) lOLath
10 Depot (ab.) 340rganof SaBrazlUan
it Shoot the hearing macaw
In a canoe II Wife of Aeglr 83 Feline
11 Grafted (her.) (myth.) creature
l l 1) W I B" f I f
THE VOICE OF
by Dofbthy Killgallen
MRS. POLLY TRAIL
ONLY S DAYS LEFT TO MAKE RESERVATIONS
ua.rimiartara. u. S. Army Ca
ribbeao announced eight promo promotions
tions promotions to the rank of master ser
geant pay grade E-8 mis past
Those receiving the super graae
iromotions were: M-Sgts. Kobert
Trautman of Headquarters, An
tilles Command, Jose Rodriguez
h TISAKCAK1B bcnooi ai
Fort Gullck. Lyl N." Jenkins and
William H. rreeie m V. a. Armr
Tarhnlcal Service (Pacific) at
riovtnn and Kennein u
Bergere of U. S, Army Garrison,
There were also three Army
Mission personnel to receive the
graae doosi. iney eie i-oBu.
W)Ul G. UeoaCK, u. a. ftiraj
Mission to Chile, James W. Mc-
Atamney, U. S. Army Mission to
Genezuela ana jonn u. -asuiiu
from the J. S. Army Mission to
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education the
Ipiscopal Church in the WW WW-slonary
slonary WW-slonary Dieeese ef the Panama
Your Evening Bible Reading:
Phillppians 5 1 15-13
SAINTS OF CABSAR'S
an k. .a Int. aaltlt you,
chiefly they that r e Caesar's
Scholars are uncertain ai to tne
precise meaning of this etatement.
The traditional view assumes that
if refers to actual memDers w we
imperial family wno nu uw"
verted in raui s aay w uu.
Historically mis is um
credible. A more modern view is
.1... iw. 4..m 'TiMir s nouac-
uiai uie ram -
hold" means all who worKea in me
Y OklS' iACOiY
i...nHit thl as our theory,
AH,VK't) ' I
this is what we see: tnat some
people who wortea ior me
r . jr. H vm iril QTTB
ana rumiess xvu ,"'".,..".
tion dared to believe tnai wv
Kingdom is mightier than Cae
sar's. . . j
They were not iooiea Dy ouiwmu
appearances. Caesar's order seem
ad tn have ecerything; it control
i.j it,. ,unrin Christ's order was
j-..r.lcoH onH rejected of men. BUI
I.. c e rfi a nnt)iii wiiu Ban
1101. Q e.W owv. j"--r--
neath the surface of human events
to the realities of life. In casting
their lot with Christ they knew
that they were joining tne aiae
that would ultimately win.
Our world certainly neeos
sort of conviction. We are ell
concerned with the immediate
things, that we do nbl Jtft our eyes
to the ultimate things. Far too ma many
ny many of us would rather accept the
graft here than strength that
comes from honesty. A compro compro-m'se
m'se compro-m'se seems easier than Integrity
Which lr'U? Christ or Caesar?
4) Q 10 3 2
NORTH (D) M
AQJ 10 52
K 8 i
ut x. s a Pass
i n . --a
4 NT. Pass S
, w i Data I 4S raaa
Opening lead Q
GOSSIP IN OTHAM
AHoie T.siiv Beattv. has pro
gressed from Frank Sinatra to Ail
Khan...Gene Kelly's ex-wife, Betsy
Blair, will become Mrs. Rogers
Pigaut in Paris week auer nex ...
Ben Gazzara's apartment was rob rob-hA
hA rob-hA tnr tha third trim., in a vear...
The Law is querying some highly
interesting cnaraciera woum ii
Broadway scone in connection wun
tih ri v'a vice Droblems. One tar
get for significant questions Is a
chap known for nis pnenomna
Ktu Mir erne pnes...rtii-
dy :iGrfffithy,statrkir in Jpeetty.
niriaa A b4 m irfi'-Philadelohla',
wineed to Winston &aiani, on
his day off to i hia mother, who
Sammy Davis Jr., will be profil
ed in the Saturday Evening Post
.:Onna Whits, choreographer 'tor
"The Music Man, has returned
from Mexico where she wor a di
vorce from stager Larry uougias.
who once tolled as understudy to
Robert Preston- in the 76 trom
bones epic: She gets cus oiy oi
the children...At least a dozen top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking stars would jump off the
couch of a prominent r;ar Ave.
psychiatric if they knew he was
also an aspiring noveJist. He's al already
ready already finished more than too
psges based on his experiences
with fasclna ing patients.
The Rock 'tf Roll casuallty list
is unpubliclzed but e n o r m o u s
using the phone to place or take
The most sophisticated acreenyig
fans went away from a nraviaw
of "Tomango" (a French film due
f.,ureIf!,!,e 5?ein April) saying
"Whew!" and its various equiva
lents. They say you've never seen
anything like the boudoir scenes
leaturing Curt Jurgens and Dpro Dpro-thy
thy Dpro-thy Damiridge. r
Hollywood's curvaceous Blrbara
Rush and her press agenti War--
...Some of fli importanilmnier
000 week to star in bsm dramas
trill van i- Diana u!W. ..
the LaUn Quarter beauties, is be-
tuuriea oy uen Slncia r a
wealthy Phradelphian who conies
i. xt J i. "fnii(n wno comes
to New York every weeke..d just
to see her. ..Th musi wnrte
- i xa
80g-but not too surprised- over
we minor wiai a ase cKsv .as .associated
sociated .associated with a major network hfs
!!utewi the dl?Wct ttorney's
offics to discuss the "payoja" si-
Is unpublicizett out e n o r m o u s. ,- --More.n
More.n --More.n 65 groups with records; e"
on the market tusDanaea aunng
Treatments plastic Stocking Special McLevy
Machines for Spot reducing Operators for Ladles
New Modern Office
Peru Are.- Next te lul Theater
6:30 to 7:00 P.M.
PBS PANAMERICAN BROADCASTING SYSTEM
STEAWARE & EXTRA PIECES
SWEDEN: ENGLAND t
. Affora" "Stuart"
AIL PATTERNS IN OPEN STOC.k
'Val St, Lambert'
PANAMA CAMP0 ALEQRE CQL0N
My good friend Morris Gouger
of Corpus Christi writes: "Here
is a slam hand that is oom iur.y
and unlucky. LUcky because j
made it; unlucky because I could
not spread it the moment dummy
North's bidding is very Interest-
, TTa kaxjl a ,Afimal SaMinCl TllV
trumn but realhed that his hand
r-"T hj.j i it
i.a.a ta tvn nnpriniiiDriv tnuiat. lis
11(1 U V UC KB ViW'"..
Af nn4ae MortPA nt usen
SUIIPOIV VI 3lMaf, &v.ai
T1avaal,..,W i KWV A1 IP 11
DlBLPiWWU IV vV" w
anntinuad with fiVe hO-trump ,W
tell Mr. Gouger that ne wai wiw
a.i.-J 1. M.anil eil m
rutnitu th ftct tn&t n neia
and klngi, Morris coma omy couni
f Air in hat net saw TIM Qum
my. There just weren't any ruiung
values. He also saw tnax m was
la a ha alam; would Di 10 Cll-
minate as many auiis as pva
and hope for the best.
He drew trumps, played three
rounds of diamonds, cashed the
are and king of nesns ana ace
of clubs and played small club.
and alnpa he had no
thing but fllamonda and. club left
ha hart tn civa Morris a ruff and
AXmnmrA a.nH hla AAfitrart. Th in.
tertesting thing about tne nana is
that Morrl. could have thrown
Ei at in with a heart and attained
the same result.
O-The bidding has been..
West North w --
t f Double
3 1 Double Pass Pass
,3 4 Double rass-
You, South, hold: -Ai,.ta
What do you UM
AA tramp. Tea waat W
vb eaemr'a rm ptmn tight
0 the bt. v
' TODAY'S aVMTlON
The bidding W been: J
North a Seiitli Wee
1 IV; 4'
You, South, hold:.
What do you doT,
! v.. no twA mnnthi Tin Pan AI
1 11. J . v. ... -
ley veterans attribute the mortali mortality
ty mortality rate to the total lack of ,night
club or theatre bookings for any
but the top 10 or15 combos. The
others last omy as long, as-
Ai. Avallaa hold oU...ChUlk Lit
tle (of LftUe, Dane and Mason,
the act at the Den m .we uuenwi
is hospitalized af er a mldtown au auto
to auto accident. ...
'Leona Gage, whose brief reign
as Miss U.S.A. enaea in aisquau-
flcation and he?dllnea- is expec expec-tin
tin expec-tin hahv aia now married to
Nick jCovacevich, a .dancer.. The
price oi neroin is wree umo
more on tne west coast man n is
In Maw Vrn-k iPltV of hirCSlnsH
TTrank Harrii hsa eit'endeti his
Eden Roe lelsa for another 12
Cab driving must be Ihe most
ulcer-making oecuoation this siae
of Midison Ave. At least one hack hack-ie
ie hack-ie steers aroun itji a quart at
n-1: proprjd on the front :t e a t
morning and eftsraodn, and he
takes frequent sips when the e.v
k!8 r0"!5,,- Rex Harrison's
iiuci, marry sara Tn.
comes final...It rieht take 1 .v,
Governor's mind off taxes for a
few minutes if somebody toi him
the roadway hawkers are selling
a space cadet doll called Rocket
Knights Of Columbus
The Knights p. Columbus.
nama Balboa Counc'l 43T1, hav
ciieuuiea, jneu next regular pusi
"Ml i.meeflrtg 4or March 31 The
meeting originally planned for
next. Tuesday has been postponed
due to the St. Pa'ripk'i n.v
Business meetings are held on
the first and third Tuesdays of
nixed, ire among h? lowest-paid
wage earnert in the it y, io
they're organiilng a sries pf
'annntamanua'f. dnmonstratlOnS in
carefully designated hosnltals. Ev
amrlhlnir la 4n ha naarofilt and Ofd
a.i., ,itH iamnnaii.at.nra rcelvint
(1 1 T ) TT 1 .11 HV.II W.W V vw. -
their instructions In caoat' el,' sort
of like medienl fortutie-cookif mev
nates... La test bulletin on Noelle
iitam .nrl RMnav ChOlln lbv
iv thev'll cotflnua to "t but
itaflnlUlv hav no wAddin.4 "'airi
Mrs. vaierun yoar, wu oi
the talented dcortor. will be a
randmother in: September via
her daughter the mun esa if
Grtnvllle, who recently married
Oueen KlizubetV't rousin ... Turk
Murphy's Dixieland band will he
recorded at the Roundtable, com complete
plete complete with crowd noises, soon af after
ter after his ooenlag. Roulette will wax
tha raaulta in a aurlaa nf thraa al.
bums, ..Dancer .Tohnny Bratcia, so
often linked to Movltx. now seemt
In a mood to marry Tybee Afra.
Vie Damone emerged from his
last reconcllla'ion try with Pier
.neeii more miter men ne ewi
haan hafnfn hla nala vannrt tt
"I 11 vv Vlt V vmip (VHUf ,1
almost hn them convinced he nev
er wants to see her aaln...One of
tha Wait SiriVa nonil'-r elicte
aani a favnrita With aftrOW fOlK. 00
longer has a telephone booth. The
owner had it tanen om; who
the bookmaker headaches hitting
the front pages, he grew nervous
. u. thn.mht nf a ftntomer ore.
avtnir a aalaml All rre Md' then
Films On Easter
Will Be Shown
The Balboa YMCA-USO wiU
show twt. motion picture films tell telling
ing telling the story of Eastern on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening at.tiSO.in.the.;"'",:
auditorium. ,? r
These pictnrei show bbxljis'
I triumphal entry Into Jerasalem,
cleansing of the Temple.jtne xst
Supper and tne inai. xns iuio
follows tne cross oi mu
tomb, and from there to the Re
surrection and, Christ's reappear
ance to Hl awcipies.
iv.a M,,hHn i cordiallv invited
to attend this free presentation.
Local CI Sent
To Fort Hood
nBf 'ttnnn" T iAHTNCU
Army Sp.-4 Alvin Benakin. son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Benskin, of
Paraiso, C. Z. recently was as assigned
signed assigned to the 2nd Armored Divi
sion at cori nooa, iex.
Kanalrln. a conk in fiarvlce Bat
tery of the division's Sd Artillery,
entered tne Army in marcn iw.
He la a 19 graiduate of Balboa
Ftlgh School. His wife, Lillian, Uvea
in Lone Star, Tex.
CAIliKVAX, OTAKba 4tf
IaLOOAi 85i. Relboe Rom. : -1
we Sunder II em use) 8JB
crimtuuau. NAcnoM utfd tali.
t Sunaey WM S UaM a
Biu AtatikjUi- OUM ft MM UV
- 7 must 4 JO Ul :
; "in unitarian sociiiy sociiiy-10:30
10:30 sociiiy-10:30 .m. ;
BUB D1VU, mil
Your Invitation, to
COCOU iATiHtX CHUBCH i
turn a4u :
- Miout wotWp !2, jlu
rotsT um vHbHUt
Balboa Height. C. &
27 Uicon Boulavard
Orawet Balboa 8jab
i WUlian & Baabf faiiai
Sunday fchool ............. .:
Momlni Worthlp 10:44 am
Baptist Training Union .... '-30 pm
F raver Meeting. Wadoaaday. T:00 pro
U) u bim 9tudn ThurA.
'daya ,.. n.fj"j dittl ajl
Men'a Brotherhood (taat
- Mondiv in month) I'JV a
rUUl BAfTIST CHliRCH
Margulta Avaoua at 5th Straw
TJargarita, Canal Zoni
Rev. Wendell C raraer. Paatoi
ihiuiW School ....
Momtak Worship ............
BaptiM tretnlne Union,..,,
Prayer Servleee, Wednesaaya
. T:00 pm
WM U 11 a ara rriaaya
l iKut'-.'.'vhVliiii"l2unat r vitiigtlUlH
it g ;s'-!ii4eeUnaf"'
PANAMA Cin .
Major A Mr. W, Bishop
U February atreet, f hunt 2810054
llrtw Holinew Meetlna ;
IiOO Sunday School i
f JO Salvation Metin
Envoy Mm. C, L. Motaley
11:00 HoUneti Meeting ,
Br CapUln Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, fhone 38-748
Jl:0U Holiness. Meeting
3 :00 8unday School
J:J0 Salvation Meeting
COtON THIRD S'lrtEICT
Sr. taptaln 8. Taylor
ir.w HolineM taeetlng
3:00 Sunday School
7:80 Salvation Meeting
Wvoy t. Qm V
guta Bunasy School
1:30 Salvation Mealing
The Rev. Oscar W. OUen, Pastor
Balboa Roau at San tblo Street
Pastors phone 2-148(1
' Church otiiee t-3231
:30 a.m. Church School fraa buf
service. Classes tor all ages. t
10:30 a.m.-Worshlpi Service -Church
Time Story Hour Cor kindergarten
and Primary Children. Church-Tims
Cradla Roll and Nursery
.6:00 h.m.-Post High Fellowship.
'8:30. p.rti. 8:00 p.m. .-Junior High
1:00 pjn,-Sanior High re'lswshlp.
Maraariu Ave. and Bolivar Hwy,
?ev. Theodora .B, franklin Pastor
honsar OHlca. B-2S48, Rea. 3-1488
Sunday Services: 1
' a:45 ajn. Church -School., Bus aarvtee.
Classes: Nursery through adulV'i.i i
11 00 a.m. Momln WorsMn. -"
- n roi Infanta and smalt ehll-
5:u0 p.m- Junior fellowship.
l n m Youf h S'ellnwahlD.
A complete schedule of auxllUry e
Uvlties ana ornciai meennis en'
uounced from. Week to week.
Rev. Walker M. AIderten. Pastor
tff 0-470 Ran -130'
1:30 a.m Sunday School
10:40 am Morning Worahlp.
Official meetings and weea-dajr atl
vitiM as announced
r-kViaia.. 1,1mm rkurehaa
First Church at Christ, Scientist, Aaeaa
t0 Anton Boulevard
Sunday Servleee 11:00 am. ,- Sunday
school :so a m.
ftaadlna iatun ana Railrta Road Open
Sally except Sundays and holidays from
:au io iiuw a Tn. ana ii m ;i .m
Saturday: 1:30 to 11:10 ajn.
- Bveninf Hours 8:00 to 1:00 p.m. aacapt
wvwi7 no naiuraays.
rt FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
' SCIENTIST. Crktahal
All church sarvlraa will ha held In
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple In Crlstbba) (next floor to the
Morgariw awriaiK a.nuance is an aai
' poa Avenue inrwugn -tne ArcsOS,
Sunday Servlea lliofl a.m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Mart Martini
ini Martini 8:00 p'olooh,, , -, ...
landay School' la held at 8:80 a m,
Reading Boom Hours Monday 1:00
to 4 00 pjn. Wednesday 8:00 to 7:18
W.Wi f-' ,4 ,:; :
T You ,ara. aocdlsUy Invited ta attend
w services ana so use
CkHnhM at till mm taRns IB ke Canal aa tee tarmlsal efties
eevs data tar writ las ky W4nwi ewes at the (area e any ghentee
' fc the eeasinf leNrsleVa caerch pee 'v"- vt '-
Mlnretere, church eeeretarte gad chaplains ere etkad i jiierss rfce
f raneeae aae Celee, Republic; at rename, earend e welaema it all
timet la m ana' women e rfce armed servleee, end M aiWIUa Balea-
.-. fceta, MawM eaV attamaw. 'a
Af a public: aervtse. Tba aawaaa Arnetheen Into balaw, by daeem.
Bstleas, settees-et haan at verehis and ether tf trier eatlvriiae.
t Ustlsta art terete' eee ttma t time. Oenomiaattoes having ear
eae ar twa cenareiatieM are Nates iMdet "0 Ckauhai Servleee,",
A aseelel Itattnaj la msleded tee cervices at Aree peete, Ait 'ana sates
as Naval atatiaaa.
t isM 1Mb !: and
''hV'mv auajaif Im. la um
md t:0O a.m
CantawToMii aVituraaZi M la fM
tni 1M la l:W an tfeumtay,
rtrrt frtday. jw to :00 m
Mtneuloua btadal Novanai 14
High tehaal Stud Cluk 140 a
Sunday Maasaa. 46, 140 140 a n
t liH am anJ o
Coniaasiona, Mpiroay im. ie e:w ana
ilk tn 1:00 a.m. Thuredai before rirat
Friday (too pm.'
aacraa naan weiuueeaii saw pjaa- asi
cataeiuaaa wiaaai i:u w aiaa a on
QUS1 LAOt Ol rATUaU-Caraada
Sunday Mass al 1:00 a.m.
Holv Day Meat at 1 40 a.aa.
ContaMdonat 1:00 to l:U p-m an Bat-
cataoaiani vuasi aanaroay aw
Sunday Maaaaa at 1:00 and 8:U. a.ra
Holy Day Mass at 8:00 p ra
Weekday Masaae. . tM a m.
Confessions- Saturday 838 te 440 and
i 80 tn 1:30. .
Catechism Class Sunday 8:00. m 4iki
Miraculous Medal Novanai law a.m
Convert tnatrucUont! Thursday 1:00
ST. VIMCBNTaWPaaaaaa City
Sunday Manses. 8:00 and 8:80 a.m.
Holy Day Maasaat 8:80 and J.-00 p.m
lit it falls on Ssturdsv the Maaaaa are
t 00 and 140 a m ) ;
Conteasions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
i ,w io a:uu n.m i nuntosvs aetore rirsi
Friday 1:30 ,m
Miraculous Model Novana and Sta
lions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m
uatecnisro cian: Alter a .SO mass an
Cenvart Class 8 so p.m Tuesday ana
ST, THtKKSAS CeeoU
Sunday Mas. 8:30 am.
Holy Day Mass 8:00 ajn tit It fall
ul Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Catechism Class 340 lo 8:00 pm oi
Confessions: :00 to 8:3U a m Sunday
SI JOHN rJAPTISl Us. U SAdXk
Sunday Masse 840 and 840 a.m.
Week Maya Mass 8:30 Mon Thurs
ih: tail rirl.ridav mss. a.OO a m
HU)aOsk!ataitst( g:0Oi as la iiH
Conieesione. 8. W W 4:30 ana I MO it
.uu p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal woven Friday rw
CateLhiaid Cimu. 3:30 pm on Sunday
I t'UKNitSK'a U as
Convert' CUass Monoay 140 pm
Sunday Mass. t :00 a.m.
Halv Usv Mass. 84U u.m
Contessluns. Saturday iM to 140 p.m
Thursday betor rust rridav a:v pm.
Caterhlsni Class, 3:15 pm on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novana 1:00 pm or
Convert Class 840 o.m on ibursoaj
SI iOSKPH'S-t oln
Sunday Mu, o-4D, a.uuwida.lkajn
Holy ua Masses- 3:45 and 1:00 a m
mo u .4b p.m
Confemuons Saturday 4:00 u 8 sou am,
i .04 to 8:00 p.m
Mirwulvus Meoai Novena Wednesda
i I4i and 7:00 p-m
hacrec- Hear) Nuvsiia. rnday 1:18 p m
Sunday aivanlna Services l;O0 p.m
Cunvert Class 7:15, p-m an Mondayf-
uatecnism tiass. auuuay iv.ia a.m u
11 :4a a m 3:00 p.ru to 4:00 p m.
t trat rriday apposition of Most rJiass-
ad Sacrament all day Heposltlon at 3:30
i-m Baiuruay morning
First Saturday Devouone ta out Lady
t Patima The Holy Rosary --8:00 a.m
First communion instructions for chll-
1ren Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 to
I uibs-iii oim ssvnak -i.iai.
Sunday Messes: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 :00 a.m and
uoniessiona. Saturday :oo to 5:oo and
i:uu v a ;uv pm nat iinsary aacn eve-
Miraculous Medal, Novana:- 8:13 end
I -.Oil pm, or. Monday.
caiecnism viass: Artec 1:00 Msm pn
riwt rr iday Exposition all day during
n 9uiooi' i ear.
First Saturday i Mass at 8:00 am
1IOLX FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
ounoay naaaaai ian, s'u, w a lu
First Saturday Masa:
Saturday -, 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novana
Holy 2f Msiwes' IM am.
Confession :45 m to
Parish Family Rosary and
Discussion Inquiry Group
1st..-Friday Devotions ...
1st,, Saturday Devotion ...
1:30 a m.
' 00 p m
81 VINIEMTS atalnlww City
Sunday, Mamei.' 840 a m end 8:00
Hoiy Day Masses: IHkl e m and 3.1X1
am, '1 i ..
, Coniasaions. 4:00 ta 80 na I O0
1.00 run Ka.irrfa
Catechism Claas: 1048 a.m. en Sunday.
Convart Clawsavary Monday at 140
Miraeuloua Medal Novanai t a.ra
Siere. Heart Droanas 1.-00 a4B en
Sunday Item S!18 a
Confawlonsi ado la 1o aaa. en SeV
I rosy, ()
f OUR LADY OP.OOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses i fioo and a.la
Holy (ap Massas; 8:0i a.m. and 8:00
ontMlone Saturday eat 140 pja and
iw. u vvwunp oevuiiuna, ... ., j
Bsptlsms by appointment,
llraeuloua Medal Novanai 1KW a-ai
on Tday 1 m
Sun a., School: I.-38 a.m. aa Bunday
ellglous Instruction Clam for Chil Children,
dren, Children, 4:00 pm on Thursday. v
Religious Instruction for adttlta ceti.
ductaeTjia Spanish): 700 pm an Man.
onvert Instruetlona by armolntnairi
The St. Rev Hebe Used en. S.TD
fk Van Bay, stamen 4
9.1 M, Oaaa
TUB CATHKDItAL Of ST LUKS
7M an netjr wwnmwnion,
S:U ia Church School IHaly Omn
union ra Sunday i
140 ajn aanta vaaunuruoa. ara stun
day . .'.-
CSLueia uomimcai ...... v la
1100 aja Morning Prayer and Sat
mon. Holy Communion isi Sunday-
TtOB-.P-at iwaninp awrv
sioaffj Holy Communion.
Tioe eta Kvenina Prayer.
HULK OA Kb
4:00 ia Holy Communion,
a 'Hi am Holy Communion.
a :ik a re. Momlna Ptavai
tf:M Ml.-da Mlwrionarv Prayara
Charfh ot at Andrew
Thalia WUIlam w Baldwte,
Ptlaai in Chaise
Holy Coram unlop
U.0O a m
i Also Holy Cnmmunlor. tnd
Horning nayer ai aer
Sunday aach montiu 7
. liOO l
-i;',-! fOROZAL V
Chapel at l'he Umid Shepherd
, The Rev, Clarepne W Hayes,,
4 Pflaiit l Charge i 1
g:oo 8Jn Morning prayer.
(H-C. tint Friday each Month).
I aiiwin'a f:hiuk
rhe Rev John Soeai Priest In Charge
Choral Eucnarut ana scr-
Church MihioV' !' v
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Rvcnaona and Sermon
Unmini pravat ana noiv
Evening Prayer .. 7:00 p.m
Woman s Auxiliary, 2nd and
x CDNKSDAVS THURSDAYS
Holy communion.,..,....., i;yv mm
Morntna Prayer .......... 8:00 am
Evening Prayer 7:08 PJ
family Eucharist ......... aw am
Office of Compline ,,... 8:00 PJB
r LA BOCA
Hi Peter's Church
The Rev, John Spear. Priest In Chew
.Mnm nk pravar anercnuron
School ;,i .... ... .Vm,
ConflrmstlontfiisM 8:80 am
Choral uchar)V aadfj0
Holy Baptism J...;
Evensong and- Address
Woman's Auxiliary ...
1'HUBSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 3:00 a m
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L B Shirley, Priest In Charge
8:30 am Holy Communion,
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazos, Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
1:30 s.m. Holy Communion.
a n m rhurrh School Service.
ii -on a m Mornins Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
tha month I
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 a.m. noiy communion.
Thr Rev Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
4.00 ...n cnorai s.ucnarm nnoi
3:30 am Infant Baptism,
J .0(1 i. Church School
5:00 i,.ni Youth Fellowship
i ian im fcvei.Roiii and. Address
Ind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i .30 o in woman Auxiliary ana ai-
Uf ti',110 Meriing.
St Panl's Church
ijMMiiai 'n ilhieiai
the vcn. Lemuel rJHtriev, Reetor
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
8:00 a m. Holy Comm.inlon
8-00 n.o1 Bung Eucharist sermon
10 145 Mornins Prayer end Churcr
ig:00 'iw'f Holy Baptism
1 -00 .ni Solemn Vesoera
thcio l Bundina 131 1 4i.
8:30 ai. Hoiy communion communion-1:30
1:30 communion-1:30 pm Evening Prayer and I arm on
0:0l tn Holy Communion
1:00 u.m. tvenlna Prayer
inuii-va aMU FMIUaYS
8:30 n Horv Cnmmunlon
'0Q a.m. Holy Communion.
, CHRIST CHURCH BYTHE-SEA
' ., Colon, R.P., :
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m, solemn Evensong at Sermon
8:30 a.m: Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
1040 a.m. Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m, Holy Communion
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:40 s.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 s.m. Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer sV Address
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
3:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
3:00 a m. Children's .Eucharist ;
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
3 :00 fcm.' Evening Prayer,,
1:10 p.m. Office of Compline.
St. Ckrlstapher's Ckareh
10th Street, Parque Lafevra
Tba Bv Clarence ft Hayaa,
Prleet to Charge t
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwalt
SUNDAYS , ,.
8:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
i a m Runs ushariat and 8k em an
It 48 aim Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 noon Holy BsptUan.
f 40 pm Evensong and Sermon.
-140 pja 1st and 3rd, rr semen's Aual
8:38 pm Junior Daughters al Hm
1:30 p.m Youth Fellowship,
1:00 a m Holy Communion.
tee or Evening Prayer and ftailstoul
:M pmvOlHa frlendlv Society.
8:00 pja M and SrtL Slnaleions
40 aJB Jumor ConflitnaUaii Claaa.
- V OtteV CHiirchei
' CBURCB) OP -hu fsASAKkNF
448 rraugipam St- Aucuii iiX
8Wv Elmer O Meuwax. PasUM
Boa (81 lialboa. CJL fat 1803
Sunday School l:S ia
Worship Service 10:4 am
Youth Service 8:48 am
Evangelistic Service 140 a .m
Prayer Servloa. Wed. ... 140 am
Sunday: lam Panama Wesley.
" 10:30 a m Sunday School.
V lili PJn. Evangelical Service
- ana Sermon,
Sunday 1 a.m. Paralao t
" 10 ajn. Paratso Sunday School
".- 1:13 pan. Paralao Bvangelleal
Sunday, Oct 18th a.m. Rev. Victor
iOnn vyawon V- P-m. sar. a. a,
Mondav. Oct. 10th 8:30 B.m. Pre Be-
ration Cissa, Ur. Ceo. Mitchell. l;0
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. Slit 740 pm. Girls
League. Mrs. K-. King.
rrioay c p.m. cnoir rrecun.
CHURCH OF lii NAZARBNB
Mount Hope Canal Zone
(across from Mi. Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysons., Pastor
Baa 8018 Margarita, C.Z.
Sunday School 8:41 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 ajn.
Bvangeustia Service 1:30 pm.
Prayer Service, Wed. .... 1:30 p.m.
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
, Panama ra Street Sail
atev a. H Brews, Mlnlatsr
Mxtna Olonhm IJUlS
Sunday School .r.....,., '!0.?m.
Sunday Masses It Uii
Ria Aaaia. Rj.
Meetings Thursdays at 1:80 p m and
luudav at 4:00 om Wirt Memorial
fl Baltw Road Balboa
. CHURCH OF JK8US CHRIST OF
- LAJTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
v Priesthood Meeting, Sunday 840 am
Sunday -School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
aerament Meeting, Sunday 8:00 p m
Relief Society, Tuesday S 00 am.
MIA. Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p-m.
Telephone Balbns 4317
Bulldlnc 100. Schoolhouse Road, Catun
Sunday School. Sunday 9:30 a.m
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 em
CURUNDU PROTEST A NT CHURCH
A WRrm Hearted Church"
Milton K Uldlg. Minister
Phone Res 83-7118 Of 83.8108
Sunday School ... 8:10 a. m
1 A class tor every age
PVaavr and Praise (Wed. I
t:oo p m
7:00 p m
A church nursey in provided.
OLli LA rHOLR LHL'KCH
. t Raphael The Archangel
lath St Wast Ne I
rioly-iCuoharlst: Sunday ai ISK1 a.m
Tuaaday. Wadnasdaya and Vhursdar
saaramant at OnctieO ( Healing eat
ice First Sunday ti aaeb month i
40 eJ8-. - J- .ay- I
Moairr HaUbai cariatJaa Chaya'
fariaine a. w
kit Hav T jamef D
Morning devotion 8:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11 :M ajn
Sunday School 1:00 p.m
CHRISTADELPH1AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, Calm
Mamnrlal Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00.1". Are you
Bible Lecture 10:00' a.m.
Adult Bible Class 1:30 p.m.
Your Bible Teaches That Christ
Coming and will Reign on Earth
Are You Ready f
aa Slraft Au-aart
urbanlzaclon l Carman, t'anam City
intormai Talks ana Dtaeusaiona
Colon, Sta rrenl arreen
(aialaa A mariea a gunaar)
Study CUiJiaa.....Thurdaya. 140 a.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCR
Kspaieba St., Paralao, C.E.
Rev Waldaba It Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11 KW am Worship Servlea
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service ,
Monday! 1:30 Young People'e See aty
Wednesday 1 140 Mid-week Chrlstlar
Thursdays 1:00 ChoK Rehearsal.
Friday 140 Woman's Missionary Se
THR CHURCH OF GOD
15 St. Parque Lefevre. Rio Abaje
A. J. Aavlck Overseer
SU. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:38
' Sunday School 340 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 1:10,
Weekly Service, Nights; Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
TUB CHURCH OF GOD
18th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rev. William J, Johnson Pastor
Bundav School 3:30 a.m
Momlni Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 1:30 p.m
' THE CHURCH OF GOD
7033 Eighth St., Col6n
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pasta
Bnnriail Bohool ............ 840 a.m
Morning Worship it. ...4,, 10:80 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 1:30 P-m
THE CHURCH Of OOD
' New Providence
Mm aa Mlnaa Paafatf
iundav School 10:00 a'.m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 740 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. Jamalcr Trinidad Sta.
I Rev. WUIlam Llvuuston. Pastor
Sundsy School 8:30 a.m
Morning Worship .,...1... 10:30 ajn
Sunday Night Service .. 740 t-m
Diablo Helghta, C.Z.
(near Dlshle earwal),
Ray. CarTV. Thompson, Minister
Box 38. Diablo rleifihta C.Z.
Phenes: Home. Oamnaa 111
rhnrrh SklbCA 4111
tinda School ............ 10:00 S.m
Worahls Barviea .......... UKx) am
Youth Service ... ,1. ...... 70 pjn.
Evangelistic service ...... riaa am
WalnaUairi Rlhla RtudT
and Prayer .Service ,10 jn.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Read at Wight Street
. Rev. Robert F. Gasalck, pastor
P.O. BOS S88, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Claaa 3 era
Divine Service 10 ill a.m
Holy Communion, first Sunday at thr
month. v ,
Ceee Sola Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. lUIek, Vlear
Divine Service II a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday ad th4
jew. wairar atotra la M-i v.
oWca oca Balboa. CZ Ri bbi Nathan
UkU. Lil actor,
Servie Friday, 140 pJa. Baturaay
at am ... .
(Sea asa Uatinaat jeWish servioe
iper Pneta Beeea and Stt.ons.
(.onuaaukien Sol Sheahtb tsraet. Ave
UW Cuba and $6th Street Bella Vista
.'.uaan City Servleee 8:08 am
Posts and Bases
junior CtaU'cn Sundsy School 8:00
Morning Worahlp 10:00
Church-tuna Nursery School... 10:00
Fellowsnip Hour 11.00.
Sunday School 3:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowsnip 8:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. lit) ..
Youth Fellowship Sundsy .
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASE
Sunday School 1
Morning Worahlp ..... 3:30 at 10:45
Youth Tellewahfp :3
Adult Bible Class Monday ... 7:30
Vmine Paonle'a Instruction
18th ND HEADOTJAXTERS CHAPEL
Momlna Worahlp t:0C
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday Masses 3:30 at
simriav Maaaaa 8:00. 8:15
Confasslona Saturday I 3:00 it
Catechism Claaa Wednesday
U.S. NAVAL STATION, KOBMah
' Dtuy Matt
Sunday Mass ........
Confessions Saturday 1:00
ALBROOK AIR fORCE BASI ''
7:45 M 11:00
Sunday Mass iopmuuu
Novana Servlcaa.- Tuesday
Confasslona Saturday ...
aw Vnhhe Saturday ...
USO-JWB, naiooa i riuay ....
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday
Sunday scnooi ....-
Saturday Mass .:--v
Sunday Masaec 'so.
Colons Saturday 12:00
- ninriav School-
Momlna woranip ,fc..
Prayer faIlowar4p-d 853-
rw Practice Wednesday ...
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ....
Bible Study. Wednasdsy
Ladles Chape Guild, 1st Thura.
U NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Morning Worship ... .. ... -...
Holy Communion First Sunday
110 and 3
Dally Mass :
c.t.u Maaa "'"V
(Sat. I 11:00 and 840
U a NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
...l. nrthnrinv services are conduct
ed at the Church of the Anunclation,
Via Belissrio rorrea, a
la Caleta, Panam City, R and at
the Church of SL AninL..v
jielendes, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun Sun-Call
Call Sun-Call th"olce of the Army Chaplain
asyUst 3:30. For further IntormaUon.
Weekly Servleee in all churches
Sabbath scnooi ajn.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm.
Bible Study and Prayer
"...,. Bid. Panama
o..or r.H. Archbo d Tel, zs-s-3bw
cahn Verde. Ave. J.F. de la Oaaa No
1- ... ...1. .,-, w
Chorrilio aoin, .- j j-Pueblo
Pueblo j-Pueblo Nueve l-A St. between 3rd
an 4th Sta.
Rk Aoajo- nui 2.
, Gamboa and Frljolea
Pastor W. H. Waller Te 8-580
nZ!t. a a Grizzle Tel. 8-101
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Fanama
astor Daniel Moneada Tel. 183
Panama, wane wmn
Pedregal Nuevo Gtarare.
reoregai kQmVt ,q
Paster O. A. Jeffrim Tel. 8-110J
Crlateaal English lath as Bolivar
Colon 3rd St.
paator Manuel Calderen Tel. 3-1183
Cristobal Seanish 18th as Bolivar
, central omce
0844 Oavllan Road, Balboa Tel.
JP r I "yT mW I. a-. ) 1 1 FV
J I S fv. I 1 i
t IM I ' 1 -"J
: '. -m v
JSSi& ..' ..,.- ... ... u
-SSISWrSV: t ' .v... JOSH'S.. '.'I
COL. JOHN D. CONEY, poat cpmmander, Fort Clayton, extendi congratulations to MSgt. Kenneth
1). Bergera on his promotion to the rank of E-8, Mrs, Bergere, and Maj. G. W. Chadderton, post J' -3-2
officer, look on. Bergere, who is post operations sergeant, has been in the Army for 21 years.
He has been in the U.S. Army Caribbean command since May 1952. (U.S. Army Photo) V
. ST. LUKE'S
The Rev. Dr. John H. ToWn ToWn-send
send ToWn-send will be the preachar .at the
11 o'clock service t the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral this Sunday. The service
will be Morning Prayer and Ll
tany. The Choir OWiia win pre present
sent present the beautiful Passion An Anthem
them Anthem "Go To Dark Gethsemane"
by T. Tertius Noble.
The reaular service of Holy
Communion will be celebrated at
7:30 a.m., and the thurcn
School family service at 9:15 will
include the Lltainy, followed by
the class sesalbhK St :4$- a.m.
At'4 p.m., there will be a show showing
ing showing of the newest Cathedral mo motion
tion motion Dictura films "Triumph and
Defeat" and "The Crucifixion
and Resurrection." depicting the
last daya of Our Lord's earth earthly
ly earthly ministry and the experience of
the Resurrection. These films
will be shown in Bishop Morris
Hall, and wt invite all the mem members
bers members of our community to share
At 7 p.m., the Service of Even Evening
ing Evening Prayer will be said, with the
Sermon 'VVhat is the Church'f
by the Rev. Carl Phillip Ijams, as
preacher, followed by a Confir Confirmation
mation Confirmation Class Lecture on "What
Does The Church Believe?" by
the Very Rev. Mainert J. Pe Peterson.
If you wonder what the tradi
tional teachings of the church
are, Why not join us for that
evening and snare the lecture
and service with us?
How reliance on God's in
exhaustable goodness brings a
bundance will be empnasizeu Sun
day at Christian Science services
xhe blessings of trust in God
are brought out in passages to be
read from the Bible, including this
one from Psalms (34:8-10): "O
taste and sea that the Lord is
gooa: biessed is the man that
uusteth in him. 0 tear the Lord,
ye his saints: tor there is no wait
io them that fear him. The young
lions do lacs, and suffer nungcr:
but they that seek the Lord shall
not want any good thing."
Readings irom "Science and
Health -with Key to- the Scrip Scriptures'
tures' Scriptures' by Mary .Baker Eddy in the
Lesson-Sermon entitled "Sub "Substance
stance "Substance will include this well well-known
known well-known statement (494:10-11): "Dl "Dl-vime
vime "Dl-vime Love always has met and ai ai-wayswill
wayswill ai-wayswill meet evey human need."
'lhe Gotden Text is from Psalms
(36:5): "Thy mercy, O Lord, is
in the heavens; and thy faithtul faithtul-ness
ness faithtul-ness reachth unto the clouds."
Six Die As Fire
Sweeps Frame House
At Easlon, Maine
EASTON, MAINE (UPI) A
wind-whipped fire caught a large
family aaleeo before dawn yester
day in their frame house during
a snow-storm, killing five children
and their father who tried to res rescue
cue rescue them.
. i .... r-.i t i.nslt, an
Auuuier yciaiii, ii uu"ji v,
a friend of the John Hersey fam family,
ily, family, also was feared killed In the
The mother. Christine. 37, and a
sixth child, Deanna, 13, escaped
after thev discovered the Are
which armarentlv started from an
overheated wood stove in a front
Daanna said she tried to awak
an her brother. John. 12, but he
was "so aleeoy and choking from
the smoke he just wanted to stay
in bed." She tried but failed to
drag him from his bed, she said,
and titan she lumped io leei out
ni a window and ran screaming
to the house of neighbor Charles
Davie said his wile found Mrs
Hersey near the burning house
lying in s enow turn crying: yn
my babies are curoing up. jwo
(her husband) is in there."
Mrs. Hersey said she struggled
with her nusband to make him
leave the house, which was ae
"I got him as far as the front
door, but he wouldn't come out,
he wouldn't come out," she cried
Firemen gald Hersey went back
into the flaming structure in i
desperate effort to save the cml
Killed in the blare beside Her
sey, .41, and his son John, were
victoria, io; Betty, s; jamea e
ana unay, i.
need commercial artists. Please call in
person at H Street (The Panama Amer American
ican American building)
1 rfaTmlI When Christ Fills Your
illtlljtj Heart There's No Place For 1
i He Con Meet Your Every V
1 L.!.k TL. I A.al I. AluAua klam f I
Lord, Is Always
We cordially Invito you to a class In our.S. S. that seeks
to teach the Word of pod. We believe that 8. 8. Is import important
ant important for all the family. We seek to present Christ ss the
Incarnate Son of God who died for our sins and was raised
the third day,. Enroll your family.
11:00 "REVIVALTHE PRICE and PROMISE"
The Word of God gives to us the price for revival. Why
Is the Christian Church falling to reach this generation
for Christ? When God's conditions are met He is faithful
to give revival. Let Christ meet your needs and satisfy your
heart.. .. . ,
' m t U ef "I f 4 h If
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL.
7:00 FILM: "Paul's Stoning At Lystra"
You will want to be present to see this film on the life
of Paul. Why was he Stoned? What was his attitude? Did
he return to Lystra after this treatment? Bring your friends
and come -early for a good seat.
NURSERY MISSION-MINDED AMPLE PARKING
' BIBLE PREACHING 1
Why not join with the
friendly people in rev reverent
erent reverent worship here
OA PLACE FOR ALL
VTKE END OF YOUR SEARCH FOR A
8:20 10:40 M0RNINQ WORSHIP
"A REWARDING FAITH"
A faith without action has no place in the Christian
theology. But faith with action has a rich reward, as
seen in the life of Noah. This is to introduce the the-new
new the-new campaign SHOW YOUR FAITH.
CHILDRENS CHAPEL Mr. R. L. Snyder
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Sign up for, SHOW YOUR FAITH campaign. Seeking;
to reach more people in "true to the Bible" Bible,
study come this consecutle Sundays.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION i
Traihlnir in Christian living is never completed. It's;
a process that goes on continually. If a Christian let's
up in this, he retrogresses in the Christian life. ;
7:30 "THE TRUMPET JUDGMENTS OF GOD"!
Continuing; in the Book of Revelation
JIM SAVAGE TROMBONE SOLOS
"MISSIONARY MINDED EVANGELISTIC
NURSERIES PROVIDED EVERYONE WELCOME
'l''UI,l;l keeejaasajacav, .aaaa""" AMgneaJ!
SWT ACftOSS flrOM SAISQA 1.8. iTATIOrl
William H. Beeby, Pester
Elton F Vlckers. Asst Pastor
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raves May Need More Than Secand Base
Milwaukee Pitchers Give Up
27 Hits In Last Two Games
By TIM r'ORIARTY
NEW YORK, March 14 (UPI) the Milwaukee
Braves, based on their early spring training games,
are going to need more than a new second baseman
to win tire National League pennant again this sea-
Birdie Tebbetts, the Braves'
new vice president, and general
manager John McHale have been
visiting the training camps hunt hunting
ing hunting for a replacement for hospi
talized Red Schoen st. However,
manager Fred Haney is equai.y
concerned over his pitching staff.
The Brabes' hurlers have given
nn ?7 hits in their last two exhi
bition games. Carlton Willey,
Buhl and Dale Hendrickson
,r 17 hits in a 13-7 loss to
Phillips Wednesdav. then the
White Sox bombed Bob Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge and Juan Pizarro for 10
hits yesterday while rolling to a
Milwaukee now has won only
two of its first six games on
the grapefruit circuit. Oddly,
those two victories were posted
against the world champion
Jerry Nelson, a rookie right righthander
hander righthander up from Austin of the Tex Texas
as Texas League, was the only Milwau
kee pitcher who could handle the
White Sox in yesterday's loss at
Bradenton, Fla. He pitched hit
less ball over the final three in innings,
nings, innings, duplicating his three-inning
stint against the Yankees
earlier this week.
The Braves collected only two
hits off the combined hurling ol
veteran Early Wynn and rookies
Bodolfo Arias and Claude Ray Raymond.
mond. Raymond. Al Smith homered for the
White Sox, who scored four runs
off Trowbridge in the third inning
and then added three more on
Pizarro to complete the rout.
The Yankees, who also have
been having their troubles this
ipring, finally turned their ui
The Picture Ttiat was
Filmed in Panama!
"The Naked and The Dead"
with Aido Ray
with John Beal
suns loose against the Detroit
Tigers, pounding out 18 hits ior
a 14-8 victory. Mickey Mant.e,
sidelined earlier this week with a
snrp shoulder, hit his first home
run nf the training season in the
eighth innina to break and 8-8
Elston Howard, Bill Showron,
Bobbv Richardson aim Norm bie
bern also homered for the Yan-
ifeps Dpsnit this great show ot
Dower, manager Casey Stengel
was dismayed over the pit:hing
of World Series hero Bob lurley
who was raked for six hits and
six runs in the first three innings.
The Baltimore Orioles collected
11 hits in whipping the Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati Reds, 6-2; Don Blasingame's
two-run double in the eighth in inning
ning inning carried the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals to a 5-3 triumph ober the
Phillies, Ernie Banks hit a pair
of three-run homers as the Cubs,
downed the Giants, 16-12, and the
Athletics handed the Pirates their
third straight defeat, 8-3.
Billy O'dell and Hector Brown
stopped the Reds with eight hits,
with O'Dell giving Tip only one
run over the first slx'innings. Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati picked, up its other run on
a homer by Ed Bailey in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning. Gene Woodling hom homered
ered homered for the Orioles.
A single by rookie Charley
James and Chuck Essegian's
double set up Blasingame's win winning
ning winning blow against the Phillies.
Howie Nunn and Phil Clark
pitched hitless ball for the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals over the last four innings.
The Giants scored seven runs
in the fourth inning to wipe out a
9-5 Chicago lead but finally sur surrendered
rendered surrendered on Banks second hom homer
er homer in the sixth. Leon Wagner,
Willie Kirkland and Roger Mc Mc-Cardell
Cardell Mc-Cardell homered for Sao Francisco.
Bob Cerv basetl out three hits,
including a two-run double in the
first inning, to lead the A's attack
on three Pittsburgh Ditchers. The
Pirates scored all their runs on
an inside-the-park homer by Bill
J Don Rudy of the Classic
TaBne and the Balboa Mixed
League took over the leadership
in the all-events both i the han handicap
dicap handicap and scratch division. Don
has an 1882 with handicap and
1756 in scratch. Rudy also is the
proud possessor of the highest
scratch series of the 18th annual
PCBA tournament a 626. He also
leads in the single with 668.
Tonieht. Saturday,' the tourna
ment will come to a close and
here are the marks that the last
nieht keglers have to beat.
Single with handicap: Rudy
668, Deveau 654, Passons 645,
Bruce Morrow 633, Bieber 631, la
rrazzas 628. Skeitatis 625, Lowan
de 625. Lowande 616, Nickeks bll
and Melanson 609.
All-events with handicap: Ru
dy 1882, Nunes 1823, Gleichman
1811, Charters 1795, Hassier 1731,
Deveau 1787. Al' events scratch
Doubles with handicap, Rodri-
guez-Feickert 1241, Licklield-Ke'-
ler 1235, Karst-' jidner 1234, Wil
liamson-Mathias 1202, Palm-Bur-
goon 1196, Nunes-Sullivan 1194,
Ted Melanson of the Classic
League tabbed the highest ganle
of the tournament when he hit
In the scratch doubles, Chart
ers-Kaelin of the Major League
leads the parade with a 1091.
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Powells Grab Second Half
Lead In Atlantic Twiloop
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Teams W L Pet.
Powells 6 2 .750
Alumni 4 2 .667
C.H.S. 2 4 .333
Bells 1 5 .167
Powells 6 Alumni 5
Sunday's Game (2 p.m.)
Alumni vs C.H.S.
By TREVOR SIMONS
NEW YORK, March 14 (UPI)
Manhattan Dlavs Providence ana
N.Y.U. meets Denver to wind up
the first round of the national in
vitation basketball tournament
this afternoon and the- two seed seeded
ed seeded St. Bonaventure faces St.
John's in the nightcap at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden.
The N.Y.U.-Denver game will
be televised nationally by N.B.C.
starting at 4 p.m.
If the oddsmakers' forecast is
correct, Bradley and the three
New- York City schools will sur survive,
vive, survive, Hjere is how tjhe games
Manhattan was favored by 1J
over Providence; N.Y.U. was five
over Denver. Bradley was id o-
ver Butler, and St. John s was
five over St. Bonaventure, despite
the fact that, the Bonnies are seed
Manhattan (15-5) is a resource
ful team that has managed to
win big games this season de
spite numerous injuries to key
players. Coach Ken Norton s Ja
pers won tne New YorK uiy
championship by beating St.
John's. N.Y.U. and Fordham. -a
fourth metropolitan' entry which
was eliminated by Butler in
Thursday night's opening round.
Downing went wild and Highley
came over with the winning run.
Dedeaux-Hatgi Battle For
LouistDedeaux. who collected one
hit in four trips, dropped from
.500 to .478 in the fed hot batting
race while John Hatgi, his nearest
con ender. had 2 for 3 and moved
up to .468. Powells have complet
ed their schedule while Alumni still
have at least one more game to
be played before the second half
rolls on to an end.
Kansas State. Cinci
Clash Tonife In Big
NCAA Tourney Game
NEW YORK, March 14 (UPD-
Kansas State and Cincinnati meet
tonight in a head-on-clash that
will produce an odds-on lavorite
in an N.C.A.A. basketball tourna
ment that already has become a
carnival of upsets.
JAMES STEWART In
Kansas State, the nation's No.
1 team, and fourth-ranked Cincir,
nati were the most impressive
winners last night in regional
playoffs that saw second-ranked
Kentucky and Navy's "team nam
ed desire" whipped by underdogs
The big meeting between Kansas
State and Cincinnati at Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, Kan., features a clash ol
all-Americans Bob Boozer and Os Oscar
car Oscar Robertson in what could be
"The game of the year."
Play at all' four sites continues
tonight with West Virginia oppos opposing
ing opposing Boston University at Char
lotte, N.C., Louisville playing
Michigan State At eveanston, HI.,
and St. Mary's (Calif.), facing
California at San Francisco, ;n
addition to th "big one" at Law Lawrence.
rence. Lawrence. Kansas State, smashed Depaul,
102-70, and Cincinnati beat Texas
Christian, 77-73, as Oscar Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson scored 34 points, last night
as expected but Louisville sprang
one of the season's biggest upsets
by downing second-ranked Kentuc
ky. 76-61. at Evanston, 111., and
unheraleded Boston University
downed Navy, surprise conqueror
of sixth-ranked North Carolina in
a second round game, 62-55.
Powells, suddenly awakened
from their early season slumber,
moved out in front by a one-game
margin in the rapidly closing sec
ond half of-Jthe Atlantic Twilight
League with a narrow 6 to 5 win
over the Alumni and immediately
were posted as favorites to cop
the second half title.
In what cat. easily be classified
the most tense and thrilling game
of the 1959 season, Noel Gibson,
making only his fifth appearance
of the year, posted win No. 4 to
become the league's winningest
pitcher. The Powells mound ace
allowed seven hits, but struck out
15 Alumni batters.
John Hatgi worked all the way
for the Alumni and pitched good
enough ball to win. He was nicked
for six hits, three in the first in
ning, struck out six and walked
seven. John contributed generous generously
ly generously to his own effort to win by
getting two hits in three trips and
scoring three of the Alumni five
Alumni scored first when Hatgi
drew a walk to begin the game,
stole second and third and scored
on Dave Mann's single. Swearin-
gen opened the Powell's half of
tne nrst witn a single and was
sacrificed to second. After De-
deaux had struck out Manning sin
gled to right, scoring SwCaringen.
Highley walked and Hooper lined
a single to center for the second
Buckeye Swearingen's second hit
of the game, a single to right, a
free pass issued to Fred Sapp and
Downinff's nnp has hlnw ffava th
winners mcrtMr, tally in the lowerf
second. 'Alumni tacked another
run on In their half of the third
frame. Hatgi again opened witha
single, advanced to second on an
error in right -field and scored on
Castillo's on base blow.
The Alumni jumped On Gibson
for three hits in the top of the
fifth and noved out to a sliort sliort-lived
lived sliort-lived lead. With one out Hatgi sin singled,
gled, singled, Ames walked and Castillo
flied to right. Mann drove a sin single
gle single to right field to push Hatgi
lowed with a line blast that bounc
ed over the head of the Powells'
centerfielder for a triple.
Powells rallied with the help of
Alumni errors in the bottom of
the fifth to quickly know the
count. Dedeaux started the rally
with one of his famous long hits
far into right field, missing a hom homer
er homer by only a few feet. Manning
was hit by a pitched ball and
Highley walked to lo.'d the sacks,
Hooper hit a grounder to Ames at
short and when his throw home
went far over catcher Palumbo's
head, Powell had two runs in and
the score was gain tied. Hatgi re retired
tired retired the next three batters easily
to snuff the rally.
A wild pitch ended the exfite exfite-ment
ment exfite-ment at Mount Hope Stadium in
tlie seventh frame. Manning led
off for Powells and drew a free
nass. Highley grounded back to
the mound for what seemed like
an easy double play. Hatgi threw
to second for the force, but Ames
throw to first was far over Kar-
oinski's head and Highley moved
to second. The Powells runner ad advanced
vanced advanced to third on a passed ball.
Hooper grounded out and Gibson
walked. The first pitch to George
Alumni Play CHS Tomorrow
at 2 p.m.
Tomorrow afternoon Alumni
will have an opportunity to move
back into the second half race.
Their hopes rest only for a tie
and to do so they must defeat
Cristobal High, first half champs,
twice. If Alumni loses tomorrow
afternoon then Powells will be sec second
ond second half champs and the play-offs
will begin Monday night. In the
event CHS win. then these two
teams will have to play' once a-
gain to wmd up the second half
schedule. If Alumni can beat CHS
both times a play-off between A-
lumni an' Powells will be neces
sary to decide the second half win
ners, watcn these pages for an
nouncements of coming games.
The tenth annual Balboa Re Relays
lays Relays got off to a great start last
night. After a colorful opening
ceremony, the 240 athletes eonti-'
nued in the field events and the,
start of running events were un underway.
derway. underway. A record breaking performance
came in the 880 yd. relay, open
division, with the Balboa team of
Garcia, Cage, Rathgeber and C.
French smashing the mark in
1:33.3, one full second better than
the record set in 1958.
The team standings at the end
of events on Friday have Hvoi
teams, Balboa High School, and
Athletio Club tied at 19 points
each. The rest of the team stand i
mg show Fort Kobbe in thud
with 6 points, Junior College 5
pts., Cristobal High School 3 and
Fort Amdor 1.
Balboa Boys Club, Albrook, Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick and Fort Clayton have yet to
touch the scoring column. Tonight
will tell the winner. 1
The Junior High School, not to
be outdone, had the most out outstanding
standing outstanding record breaking thus far.
George Patton of Cristobal tour
ed the 1320 yard run in 3:30.4 to
better his 1958 record of 4:13.3.
The elementary division also
stands in the reeord breaking col column
umn column with Willard of Fort Kobbe
putting the 6 lb. shot for a dis distance
tance distance of 31 ft. 1& inches. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps more records .will fall on
Saturday evening as ipany of the
athletes loosen up and start per performing
forming performing in there best form.
Tonight's events will climas the
two-day Tenth Annual Balboa Re Relays
lays Relays and at the conclusion the
crowning of the 1959 Champions.
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Pacific Softball League
Abernathy Unisport 17 2 im
Pan Liquido 14 7 .667
Jantzen H 9 -50
Abassadors (Mauricio) 34 16 .200
Mariners 3 18 157
C. Arturo, a newcomer, ana
'Tex' Atkins combined to .upset
Pan Liquido in a thriller, 7 to-5.
The Beermen faltered with Ua Ua-betli
betli Ua-betli striving to hold off Mauricio
after holding a three-inning one one-run
run one-run lead.
Mauricio broke out with hot
pressure in the fourth and fifth
inning to total seven markers on
seven safeties although outhit by
the Beermen. A two-run homer
by McNausher (PL) didn't help
the Beermen against the second
division Ambassadors. Arturo, al although
though although -elieved by Atkins in the
sixth, took the upset win.
The line score:
Pan Liquido 001 013 05 11
Mauricio Ambs. 000 430 x 7 9
AL AUSMUS PITCHES
ANOTHER NO-HIT SHUTOUT
History repeated itself in the
raciflc boftDall League when Al
Ausmus, Abernathy Unisport sen
sauon, nunea his second no-nit
snuioui against Fan Liquido, 9-
to-o. A walk to Tony Ostrea crack
eo Ausmus try for a perfect
game. 'Red' Loubaugh twirled the
Hitting like champs, Unisport
nan a seven-nit spree with Aus Ausmus
mus Ausmus leading the invasion on a
home-run' alorg the'" leftfield cor
ner, a triple and i double.
Eleven Beermen were caueht
on three strikes, failine to hit
Ausmus effective variety of pitch
Bill Dotter's grandslammer on
Thursday gave the league fans
excitement as the last place Ma Mariners
riners Mariners handed Maduro's Jantzen a
surprising 8-4 beating.
Lanky Eduardo Morrell went
all the way for the Mariners with
slow ball artist Carl Simons, Jant Jantzen
zen Jantzen dependable, abosorbing the
loss. The paroled nine solid base
blows building high hopes as Mor Morrell
rell Morrell chucked his way to the Ma Mariners'
riners' Mariners' third win, all to his rec record.
ord. record. Jantzen didn't have the power
of past games, socring single
runs under edge and two tallies
in the fifth as Morrell weakened
in the clutches.
John Hobbie Was the hitting
star with a double and two sin singles
gles singles in three trips.
Morrell and Dotter ahd two nils
each for Glud's Mariners.
The score by innings:
The box score:
001 020 1-4
401 102 x 8
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HURDLERS Don Humphrey of Cristobal High School clears thev
low hurdle? in good time during the Marcn 7 triangular meei. uory
is rated a good charice. of winning Jiis, specjalty tonight in the tenth s
annual Balboa Relays which get undef way at 6;3D at the Balboa,
Stadium. .) '-:..,' ,- -,.
Rosensohn Offers Robinson,
Moore Fabulous $1,000,000
Guarantee for September Bout
To establish himself
world's top promoter.
To prevent Jim Norris na
tioraal boxing enterprises from
getting the Moore-Robinson figiii
and staging it in June at Chica
go or Los Angeles in competition
with New York's Patterson Jo
Mad Offar at Conference
Rosensohn made the million dol dollar
lar dollar offer at a conference with
middleweight champion Robinson
in Sugar Ray's offices in Harlem.
In the offer, Rosensohn guaran-1
teed 60 percent of the net gate to
be divided between light heavy
weight champion Mocre of San
Diego, Calif., and Robinson.
Sugar Ray whose: 160-pound'';""
crown would not be at stake duiC
ing the challenge for Moore's. 175-
pound 1 diadem saia r ; "This offer r
is hv far the best XrclJti' and I
' have receiyei yetU'TJiB IrjgttaranttS'
kjiiin miliar vtii?.x wlk jia"
000. Our 60 per cenVaf that neti:H
gate .would be about $450,000 Ar
chie and I haVe agr&sd" to .' 'alpHr
30-30 on the 60 from any net gat'"?
from Rospnsohri nr another nr '
moter so we'd" each get about
$225,000 from the gate alone." 1
Miaht Get Heavvwalaht Chance 4
Robinson who said he hatf'
been authorised by Moore anI
Moore's manager," Jack Kearasi vl
to negotiate tor the nest possime-
offer stressed that they would-"''?'
also split-60 per cent of all. other -3
net receipts from television, hio;'"
vies etc. S4uj
Rosensohn said he had not-, of-
fered the Moore-Robinson winneifi'J!'
a shot al the heavyweight crOwn;' ,tj:
However, he said both Sugar RanJ t
and Archie understood very well -s::
that am impressive winner would ',
have a very good chance to get' -I
a crack at the Patterson-Johans- i''
son winner since both Floyd a niti
Ingemar were 1 cooperating, with
Robinson, 38, emphasized, "I
am favorably impressed with Ro-
sensohn's offer because I. knbw"c;?
he has very important backing.'ii.
By JACK CUDDY
NE YORK (UPI) -Promoter
Bill Rosensohi. yesterday offered
a fabulous guarantee of a one one-imliinB'dollar
imliinB'dollar one-imliinB'dollar cross fate for the
proposed Arehie JJeore-Ray Rob-Ofc.a miUion dollar gtbsS gate.;al
mson lignt heavy wergnt. cnampion cnampion-ship
ship cnampion-ship fight if he 'could- stage it at
Yankee Stadium in September.
Not even the great Tex Rkkard
in boxing's "golden era" of the
1920's ever did anything like that.
Thirty-eight eyar okJ Rosensohn,
who on Tuesday slated, the Floyd
Patterson Ingemar Johansson
heavyweight title fight for Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium on June 23, made
yesterday's flabbergasting offer
for two reasons:
Jantian 20 Mauricio 2
Another fabulous double figure
game in the PSL scoring column
was maae as the red-jersey Jant-
'i ier a uouDie aeteat over
tne weekend, crushed Mauricio
Adding another triumph to his
pitching record Jantzen's s 1 o w w-ball
ball w-ball artist, Carl Simons, co.rta.i-
eo the Mauricio goodwillers to
fibe hits, three by centerfielder
Geo. Everett. 'Tex Atkins suf
fered the Ambassadors' deficit.
Jantzen's 18-hit demonstration
included Gary Riley's and Sim Simons'
ons' Simons' two-run homers with Carr
sharing the limelight with a
two-run triple. Erratic plays on.
the Ambassadors' Part and per
fect hitting by Jantzen for a one
Riley with two doubles, a hom
er and single in five trips and
Gayers' and W. Nickisher's three
hits were outstanding among the
The box score:
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After spotting the Palomas live
runs in the first three innings i the
Macaws rallied in the third, fourth
and fifth frames to gain i W P;
ph over the raiomas
in the Fastlicn leenage i6-
Led by the heavy bats of Dous
rnesier, ouu iuhu.-v M.
Chase, who hit homers, the Ma
f mps in the tnira,
caws awicu v.- t;rtu in
o : u furtVi r,nrt 4 111 the tUtU 10
overcome the deficit and. obta n
their fourth victory in six iwu'r
in the seconi half.
rru. tr.;n M MaeawR' sluggers
collected five safeties in an eight-
hit attack and pusnea
markers, while rranK i:y..
subsided a shaky start to register
his fourth victory agaanst one de
feat. Frank was nicKea mi uv.
runs and four nits in me mi iuik
ir.nn. hut came back with a neat
1-hitter in the last three1 innings.
He did not allow any run in iaai
Meanwhile, the Macaws sent
starter Allan Altman to the show
ers alter mey scureu eiguv i
against him, and crossed tne piaie
three more times off reliefer Fred
' For Priester It was his seventh
Ambanadors AB R H
Everett 3 1 .1
Harding 3 0 1
Braund 3 10
Sullivan 2 0 1
Robbins 2 0 1
Robbins 20 0
Atkins 3 0 0
Foster 3 0 0
Vargas 3 0 0
Spraudlin ". 20 0
Herrera 10 0
JantiM AB R H
Black 5 2 1
Gayer 5 2 3
Mead 2 1
Nickisher R.. 5 3 2
Riley 5 3 4
Nickisher W. .433
Carr, : 2 1
Simons s 4 1 a
Frazer v 3 0 1
utd x. n
homer, for Chase his sixth and fa
Fortune, his fourth
Devore G., cf
Berg S., c
Ab R H
21 $ S IS 7
PLAYER OF YEAR
nAi.v.ir.TT Nf.. r. fUPlVWXou
Pucillo of North Carolina State's
Atlanta paobi Pftnfernce basket
ball champions has been named
nlovar rj thm Vtlf. bV th ACt
Snort. Writers Association. Pucll-
wti ruorier-up for th award last
Smith K., C
Ross O' i rf
, 23 11 8 18 S
' 113 000- 5 5 I.
) 004 34X-11 .8 JL
Earner runs: Palomas' 5, Ma
. it. Errors: Beret. Beck. RBT
BradshaWr-Priester 4, Fortune 4,,,
Chase 2. Struck out: Altman
Hudlestone z, Keicnart b. stolen
bases: Boatrlght, Hundleston,.
Browder, Tfteichart 2. Base on ball:
Altman 8, HudWston 8-, Reichart
1. Two base hits: Altman, Riley.
Home runs: Priester, Fortune
Chaser Double- play: -Chase, For
tune, Priester; 'Left onbases: Pa
lomas 5. Macaws 7. Umpires: Ar
lonso, Stewart. Scorer: c. a. ra
THE PANAMA. AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEH
PAGE SEVEN ,s
ries To Begin Tomorrow
1 Red Greenfield
jATCJCDAY, MARCH H. 1959
Armed Forces Baseball Se
.in ,; .,',, .-'i v, a- j
ATQEEU Vri: iobDri'Bgiita ffeUMfc "(irflj nd SP5 Bill.
aw, ivorea 10 win tne acuMC.T tare in uw-rAjPTttinii Champion Champion-llp.
llp. Champion-llp. move Into the semifinals this weekend Thir tilxv hH Kohh
to by ont point 'over the Navy and Air, Force teams." v
foe Cristobal Police maintained
Ir slim lead with a three point
h over vqice music.
Itnui rouea over wmr: v""?,
the Cops iust controlled the V-
lartm lea toe ups w"i
Hai followed cloiely by
rtnerVtfr a, 642. 'A. 125 -jeriw
St. John paced the V.M,
owelli gained on the leaders
taking four from the Gillete
iverrUo eome within onepolnt
first nlaca tie. HiBhllght of
r evening ; w iy
t, the first to oe rouea on mar
rif. Aiiva thii muoii from
I- league., Congrafe Rick, ev-
ureuswnue wnsrpji .eox.... w
Ibest bowled byGQiette,
fh Shrlnera moved up to third
t witfl ineir uiree pom wm
ltorina -Wriaht Bros. Even
ugh two 300 series were nolled
Vn Plumbers there were also
e. Bertram ana uougan naa
rMU KlA am1 MA rAnA
Lly. clontz,, Bubbin for Bad-
s. rouea a aw w wq
Even giving up a 58 pin nano
the Aces naa uuie iroumc
ins four from the Naval Sta
ll to move into a fourth place
Ujpp's 555 series, his best this
r; led the Aces and Stinson
the Naval Station with a. 460
jt if understood that the Voice
Music placed fifth in the Asso Asso-hnn
hnn Asso-hnn tournament. Consratula-
hi, fellas. I
ee of Music v
, 24 16
' 20 20
ban A Hogan
Utss C Dougan
Volte of Mutlo
ham 166 143 166 475
153 136 168 457
1ST' 151 201 509
172 196 135 503
170 192 163 525
818 818 838 2469
22 22 22 60
840 840 855 25S5
166 154 222 542
148 154 187 489
146 156 179 481
179 199 175 553
160 187 164 511
799 850 927 2576
171 170 127 468
169 153 150 477
157 T125 146 428
174 145 138 457
225 197 211 633
, 123 120 243
116 179 156 451
- 136 15$ 128 419
. 125 .138 135 398
. 156 131 157 '444
' 118 118
656 723 694 2075
40 6. 138
702 769 740 2211
166 159 143 463
168 119 131 418
160 166 191 517
139 139 139 417
; 165 102 158 425
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:.5 5 4 15
' 80S 690 76? 2260
153 162 114 429
174 152 190516
139 118 129 386
116 lOt 140 363
160 168 191 519
742 707 764 2213
136 ios,. 182 424
.137 136 187 460
139 155 134 428
112 138 123 373
.140, 123 120 383
664 658 746 206ft
58 58 58 174
It'i going' lo-.be Red Greenfield
against Jose Rosano at Balboa
Stadium Sunday night for the
first-game of the Pacific Armed
Forces Baseball Series. Green
field, star hurler from the Al Al-irooR
irooR Al-irooR Flyers, third-place finish,
era in the PAF- this year, will
match his 'blazing fast ball1
gainst that of the top hurler in the
league, Rosario, representing the
champion Fort Kobbe Regulars.
Game time la 7 p.m. for the two
out of three game series and
tickets are $1 per person for the
entire series. All proceeds yt to
Crossroads Boys State and the af affair
fair affair is put on by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Department of the' American
The Regulars won their second
championship In a row and will
oppose the All-Stars, made up of
the best in the league. Where a
Regular player was chosen on the
All-Star squad, the man second
to him fills the position. In a case
where Regulars filled the first
two places, the third man moved
up, to fill the slot.
The AU-Stara who will oppose
the Reeulara were chosen bv the
individual teams, rather tihan by
a Hoard or individual. Each of th
v" teams.. including .the Regu-
iars, suomiuea an AU-SUr squad
minus eny of their Tespective
'players., v v
.' A man with the most vnt. r.
ceiveo the All-Star siotv for his
particular Position." Where there
were ties, the player with the most
iirst place votes received the nod.
inis was the case in only two po positions"
sitions" positions" this year, catcher and in
selecting third outfielder.
The All Star who will frv n
hand toe Regulars the two-out-of.
three defeats are: First base,
Roger Williams of the Fort Ama-
uor troopers; secona nase, Fitz
Glasgow, also from the Amador
squad. At1 -shortstop will be Stan
v-nrisuan of the .Clayton Cavaliers.
.f .Das going to be Ro-
oerf Allison ftom tte .... Albrook
nyers, repiacmg' Rolando Mon Mon-cadao
cadao Mon-cadao of Kobbe, the first team
i In centerfield will be Bobby
lvaugcr m me AiDrooK r iyers, re replacing
placing replacing first team choice Jim
Weeks from Kobbe. In left iield
is heavy-hitting Walt Sauerburn
from the C 1 a v t on Cavalier Tn
rightfield is Dave Fritze from the
Amaaor Troopers, In place of first
team choice Vincent Medina t
the.Begulani, At cattherMU &
IrvoHayhfei from" th Aanador
UToopers,- replacing first place
choice. Len Gittena from the Re Regulars.
The five pitchers chosen, one of
whom is from Kobbe, are Joe
Rosario from the Regulars, Red
Greenfield from the Albrook
Flyers, Bob Vastlemaa j of Fort
Amador, Jose Rivera from the Ar Army
my Army Atlantic Falcons and Cy
Brady of the Clayton Cavaliers,
who has returned to the states.
Rivera, from the Falcons, was
not only the lone player selected
for Ail-Star recognition from his
team but the only man selected in
two positions: First team hurler
ana tmra team second baseman.
V - i :
y w i l r ii i , m'
AMADOR BOWLERS Individual honor winners amona bowlers of the recently concluded For Amadnr nfflc.r.' Pniinr t,.
are presented trophies by Lt. Col., A.-C. Davies, extreme right, president of tho league. From left to riiO the deft keglers are: L. L
iiiuoi suyjjijr actuuu, iuauucu itje, xugn ecs wuuiei .ocoj; a. pi. ivarcn, u-4, secona mgii average (168): Lt. Col A W
Dgdson, J-3, Quarry Heights, high game with handicap (242); Ros cor. Cleveland; Comptrollers Office, most Improved bowler (8.99V
Mej. R.G. Rettle, G-l, high series with handicap (665); CWO P. L. Vescio, 62nd MRU, high average (175): Maj P D Ulibarri
G-2. high game (245): R. C. Tauli ComDtrollar'a Office, third hinh avoraea ami: ni rnloni nvi. tk .i.Vnt'.u
league commenced play in September, and was open to all officers and civilians of staff sections at Fort Amador and joint staff sec-'
uoas at vuarry.neignis. fU.S. Ai-mV Ph'ntnV
... : .... '.
722 716 804 2242
176 146 233 555
166 138 156 460
160- 159 144 463
180 144 164 488
166 152 182 500
4g 739 879 24SG
v JIM LONDOS
Jim L on do s, the statuesque
uoiaen ureeK" oi wrestling, was
a world Champion in an earlier
neyday of the grunt-and groan
business. His tussles with the
legitimate stars of his day, includ including
ing including Strangler Lewis, filled snots
yke, Madison Square Garden and
even 'Chicago's wngiey field
(1934), Londos not only knew his
trade but was colorful enough to
retain his crowd appeal in the
latter Vera when the sport lost
caste in certain states and was
reduced from a "sport" to an ve
Whatever haoDened to Jim Lon-
dose Now is bis late 50's, he nas
an avocado ranch in southern Cal
ifornia and, when his New York
cronies last heard from him. was
on a wrestling tour in Australia.
NAMED LANCASTER MANAGER
LANCASTER. Pa. fUPIV-Nick
CuUop, major leafiue outfielder
during the late 1920's. has been
named manager of the Lancaser
896 795 772 241-3 club in the pastern League.
Women's 1959 Isthmian
Handicap Tourney Underway
Forty five lady golfers qualified course before Sunday evening. The
last week at the Panama Golf, total net score for these wo mmii.
Yacht Club took prizes thus past
weekend during the annual Teen Teen-y
y Teen-y Weeny tournament. Top boat
was the Who Cares with five priz prizes
es prizes to their credit. Second was the
Viking with four prizes, the Ma Ma-ko
ko Ma-ko had three, the Contigo two
and the Falcon and Nola one
All the boats with the exception
of he Viking fished around Bona
Island. Taboea, Tabogullla and
the surrounding fishing spots. The
Viking went further down and
fished Peter and Paul, Elefanti,
Monte Camotc, Gaiera island, bt.
Elmo, Pablo and Facheca
Ba'boa aboard. Dr. Osterwood landed an
All people interested in Badmin
ton are encouraged to attend the
weekly sessions now held at the
Baiboa YMCA-USO. t
The "Y's" Badminton Club
meet! in the Balboa Ymca gym
naslum each Monday, from 7:00
to 9:15 p.m.. Players, ex-players,
and those interested in learning
the game are welcome, and are
Invited to come down and pick up
a game of singles, doubles, or if
needed instruction in how to
The only requirements for par
ticipation are tennis shoes and
the desire to play or learn. Rack
ets are available, and shuttle..
cocks can be purchased on the Pre
mises. Admissions is free to mili
tary personnel and their depend-
en s. Tne charge to civilians,
which covers towel, shower and
locker privileges, is 40 cents. The
iwimmlna pool open to both sexes
Is also open ot, Monday nights for
those Badminton players, who de desire
sire desire cool dip after a couple of
Come to the Balboa YMCA next
Monday nieht. and ask at the
desk where the Badminton group
For additional Information, call
Brunner, Quarry Heights 4112, or
Scofield, Balboa. 2759.
CATS SIGN BELL
HAMILTON. Out. (UPI The
Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Ca
nadian Football League have
siened defensive halfback Eddie
Bell, who was released by the
v nuaaeipnia uagies alter me vm
; The prize winners
5 Yellow corbina first, Betsy
Hoenke, 168A pounds, Mako; sec second,
ond, second, Richard Burchett, 16 pounds,
Silver Corbina first. D. L.
Bishop, 15VSs pounds, Who Cares;
second, Till .McConaghy, ,12
pounds. 10 ounces, Viking; third,
Dick Chesson, 12 pounds, 8 ounc ounces,
es, ounces, Contigo.
Red snapper first, J. Slover,
llu pounds, WJio Cares; second,
Dr. Bill bailey, 10 pounds, 7
unces, Viking; third, Dick Ches Chesson,
son, Chesson, 6 pounds, 10 ounces, Who
Largest grouper Bishop, 13Vi
Largest snook Bishop, 15
Largest pompano bauey, 19
pounds, 13 ounces. Viking.
Mackerel J. Slover, 6 pounds,
7 ounces, Who Cares.-
Largest other specie Bailey,
rainbow runner, 5 pounds, 12
Betsy Hoenke's yellow corbina
was the largest catch for a wom woman.
an. woman. Red snapper have been running
Very well well this past month,
the water dropped to '74 in the
middle of February and the fish fishermen
ermen fishermen were bringing in as many
as 30 and 40 catches a day.
The beginning of March slow slowed
ed slowed up a little, but during the last
week interest in snapper has pick picked
ed picked up again. Corbina fishing' has
been slow, but some have been
brought in. A great number of
pompano nave Deen orougni in
from the Pearl Islands.
The Caiman reported a good
haul and the Viking brought in
120 pompano and some amber-
Jack. The largest, weighing 30
pounds,, was caught by John
McConaghy. On the same trio on
the Viking, Slover caught a do
tooth snapper w e 1 g 1 n g 32Vi
ppunds and Woody Post landed
one weighing .30 pounds. . .'.
The Caiman. fishing down at
Alias xjxyj tea svscoiyij. uuw i
world'! record, aboard. Mrs. Hel
en Harborn hooked and landed a
black martin weighing 220 pounds
on 20 pound test;llne in one hoir,
55 minutes. It Is'lier firs martin.
The Serl, also at Pinas, has
two black Marlln aboard. Bill
Adams aboard the Seri cauffht
his first and second marlins. The
first weighed 508. .pounds- .which,
he brought in in 38; minutes. The
second weighed approximately su
pounds. He hauled it in in six
; Frank Violette lost one. He
thought It looked like about 400
Bounds. The Pescadora, also V
Plfiis Bay, Jias two black niaflln
estimated 225 pounder and Dick
lhompson got an estimated 450
The Flying Scot came in from
Pinas Bay las Monday. Geyer
caught four sailfish,. The Yankee
came in with three sailfish. They
say the sailfish are around in
Prizes for the Teeny Weeny
tournament will be presented to
the winners at the next meeting
of the Panama Marlin Club. It
will be held next Thursday eve
ning at 7:30 at the Elks Home in
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Teams W L
Gibraltar Life 3 l
EJks 1414 3 2
Police 2 2
Seymour Agency 2 2
Lincoln Life 2 3
Spur Cola 2
Elks 5 Lincoln Life 3
In a fast and well played game,
the Elks had to come from behind
to win 5-3, when in the next to
last inning they came up with all
of their five runs they tabbed dur
ing tne game.
ine opposing efiuckers were
Lew Fontaine for the Elks, and
shortly Bob Ostrea for the Lifers
Although Li hot water on several
occasions, Bob escaped any dam
age until the fifth inning, when
tne alks Iced the contest.
The Lincolns threw a scare of
their own when in the last inning
tney scored one run, and had the
tieing runs on the oaths.
Three of the Elks smacked out
three doubles Bridwell, Brown
and Hummel while Rus Poore
regained his hitting touch by get
ting two 'safe blows. For the Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Lifers, first sacker Kiamco
was the leading hitter with two
blows. Second baseman Hudgings,
was the only Lifer to have an ex extra
tra extra base hit, with a two base safe safety.
ty. safety. The box score:
Club for the 1959 Isthmian Handi
cap Tournament sponsored by Ihe
Panama Women's Golf Association.
Players have been placed in
flights according to handicaps and
after the first qualifying round,
the standings in each flight are as
First Flight (Handicap 0 13)
Pearl Trim, Ethel Perantie,
Connie Bishop. Louise Jones. Kav
Purdy, Sylva Carpenter, C 1 e o
ourns, nuin xoriorici, jane Kuia Kuia-quist.
quist. Kuia-quist. Stcond Flight '(Handicao 14 171
Harriet Serger, Bcv Dilfer, Pat
Waring, Helen Sliker, Alyce French
n-aitn Mathieson, July Hardin,
Third Flight (H.ndlc.n 18 21)
Dottie La Croix, M. Vallarino,
J. Alexander, Eve Wright, Liz
Webber, jean Sullivan. Ruth Wal.
lace, Helen Stempel, Maxine Hood,
nose ivume ae ia buaraia. i
Fourth Flight (Handiean 22 91V
Wilm Riley, B. J. Nelson. He
len Owens, Ruth Daniel,' Marlon
juauory, uoooie Hughes, fay t rau rau-enheim,
enheim, rau-enheim, Mebs Ausnehmcr.
Fifth Flight (Handicap 29 35) 1
Ruth Rigney, Joan Clare, Polly
eon, uoris beeser, Eleanor Borgis,
Fay Dav. Velta Sham Fva Mnn.
teath, Betty Coleman, Helen
The second qualifying round
must be played at the Ft. Davis
fying rounds will then determine
the medalist. The third round will
be played at the Brazos. Club and
may be played in conjunction with
the. regular monthly PVGA tourn
ament scneauied there on March
21. The fourth and last round 'vill
be-played at the Summit course.
The total net scores for all four
rounds will determine the tourna
. Leading contenders at this point
are: ream inm with a net 67 and
wiima Riley, B. J. Xeison. and
Harriet Merger with net 69s.
The Caribbean Forces Network
has scheduled the following sports
events for the coming week:
Saturday, March 14 Golf Show
Encore, 11:15 p.m.
Monday, March ,16 Army-Navy
basketball game, 9 p.m.
Wednesday. March 18 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights,. 10 p.m. (Rory
Calhoun vs. Frank Szuzina)
Thursday, March 19 Golf Show
7 p.m., Fight of the Week. 10 p.m.
(Casper Ortega vs. Rudell Stitch,
bout fought.Feb. 6).
BLABOA GUN CLUB RIFLE
Last Sunday the Balboa Gun
Club sponsored a high power ri rifle
fle rifle match that was, from a parti participation
cipation participation standpoint, the most suc successful
cessful successful in recent years.
Forty riflemen turned out for
this match, represents the Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy and Air Force. Pres Present
ent Present ajso were three officers of
the Mexican Army. The match
was strictly a military show
with the only club members fir firing
ing firing being the military riflemen of
By courtesy of the Army, the
match was fired at Empire
Range. Course of fire was the
national match course fired at
200, 300 and 500 yards.
Match winner was Navy Chief
I. N. McKee of Rodman Naval
Station with a 231 X 250. Second
place, Maj, D, B. Parsons, CT1
J. D. Meloy, U. S. Navy, Galeta
Island 226. Fourth, Sgt. S. W
Woegens. US. Army, USARCarib
School, Ft. Gulick 224. Fifth
place, Chief L. W. Parks. ,U S.
Navy, Naval Communications Sta Station
tion Station 222.
Future -matches are planned for
approximately every four to six
weeks. Watch your newspaper ior
notice of the next one.
.George Tunon (boat builder) is not
employed by us and we accept do respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for his work or actions.
ABERHATHY, $. A Sporting Goods
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mini J-1 877 Crittobit i-1673.
Foster ceHtflti. btfwen $nU
Clari.nd Rio Ho. New low
nfei. Phono Balbo 1866.
FOR RENT: Only for fivo
months, fuifiithoo' chalet, in including
cluding including piano, radio, television
and ventilator!, farage, wrdon wrdon-Good
Good wrdon-Good price. Information Z-110V
ask for de la Roia.
FOR RENT: Spacious end mo modern
dern modern site. Rleardo Arias Street,
"Esparta Building." Phone 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. Housing Chief
WASHINGTON (UPD- Federal
Housing Chief Norrfian P. Mason
said today a law banning racial
discrimination in federally sup supported
ported supported housing is not needed.
Mason indicated coolness to the
proposal in a statement read to a
House Judiciary Subcommittee by
Lyman Brownfield, general coun council
cil council for the Housing and Home
The subcommittee is consider consider-ino
ino consider-ino a hill to m-ohibit racial dis
crimination in selecting buyers or
tenants for homes with mortgages
insured or guaranteed by the fed federal
eral federal government, and in public
Mason said progress is being
made toward erasing discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination under his "foreceful adminis
tration" : afld T 1 ao. W urge
niltmpnr nf tne tecisiauon.
DIG FOR BODIES
OPORTO, Portugal (UPD Res Rescue
cue Rescue workers dug through massive
piles of rubble Friday for ihe
bodies of eight persons killed on
Thursday night when a centuries
m ctnna wall rnllanspd and
crushed their homes in a, slum-
The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" Mar. 15
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ...Mar. 21
TO I NITKD KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUA1RA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (11 188.26) Tons) Mar. 17
(Air-conditioned) 20,225 tons Mar. 17
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTANDER" Mar. 22
M.V. "COTOPAXI" Apr. 6
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
SS. "LOCH GOWAN" Mar. 14
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S.S "LOCH AVON" Mar. 30
S.S. "DALERDYK" Apr. 7
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Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-4616
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co Color
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Tel. Panama 2-S552
Monday thru Friday
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2:0 p.m. to S.M
Saturday: i:W a.m. lo 11 :M
LOS ANGELES (UPD Paul J.
Smith, a moving van firm execu executive,
tive, executive, bought a 17-fot stuffed gir-afir-
for $155 at an auction Mon Monday.
day. Monday. "1 really stuck my neck
out," he commented after the
FOR RENT: 5 bedrooms apart apartment
ment apartment and other one of two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Colombia Street No. 8.
For details telephone 3-0338 2 2-5388.
5388. 2-5388. FOR RENT: Modern apartment
with living room, bedroom, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, big back porch
and two independent entrances.
Price $55.00. Furnished $75.00.
31st street No. 3-41.
FOR SALE: Small apartment
for married couple. Rent $55.00.
Justo Arotemena Avenue & 26th
street, upstairs Farmacti Alonso.
Key at the gas station
FOR RENT: Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom duplex furnished Prt"
merit 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, mo modern
dern modern two bedroom apartment,
garage, hot water, (Installation).
FOR RENT: 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. Calle Jose Mar Marti.
ti. Marti. El Cangrejo. Phone 2-3094
9:00 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.; 5:00 to
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, stove, refrigerator,
Bella Vista. 43rd No. 64.
FOR RENT: Bella Vista two
bedroom apartment, very modern.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
set. San Francisco 86 Street No.
6, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, living room, dining
room, hot water, maid's room,
' building recently built on Via
Arqentina, $75.00 and $72.00.
FOR RENT: Spacious and cool
apartment, recently painted,
three bedrooms, living room, dfin-
- ing room, balcony, terrace. H
street No. 11-41, above "Artes
, Industriales". Phone 2-4756, 2-t715.
Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
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ASKS SMILI REVIVAL
COPENHAGEN (UPH King
Frtderik IX, on his 6ulli' binh binh-day,
day, binh-day, ?ailed on li;s countrymen
yesterday "to revive the Danish
smile w ii i c h unfortunately has
beer in the background for some
time." The kni(- spoke frorc ihe
balcoii" of Amalienborg Palace.
"Let v.- be salisiied with our con
dition," he said. 1
1 1 Automobiles Home Articles Miscellaneous Real Estate ;f;
FOR SALE: '54 Mercury con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, new tires, call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth.
Plaza Fordor, pushbutton drive,
12,000 miles, one owner, perfect,
$1650 cash, will trade for older
model, call Balboa 2-1744.
FOR SALE: 1956 tation wagon
9-pasienger Country Sedan. V-8
engine, Fordomatic transmission,
dual exhaust, low milage, new
YV7W tires, safety pack, large
wheel disks, tutone paint, and
rear bumber luggage rack. Phone
Albrook 86-6238, Quarters
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: Station wagon, 4
door, 1958 ford. Perfect mecha mechanical
nical mechanical condition and appearance.
Priced below blue book. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Gamboa 6-731.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford, good
car. Phone Balboa 3204.
FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford.,
truck type body. Good condition.
FOR SAL 1951 4 door Stude Stude-baker,
baker, Stude-baker, runs good. 5th street No.
2116iD. Telephone CurunoTu
Found First lim
Of 18-30 Age Group
ST PAUL, Minn. (UPD Young
men and women are mora inter
ested in activities which lead di
rectly to self-improvement than
to standard group activities such
as dancing. -That
-was the result of a sur
vev of 271 young Minnesotans by
University of Minnesota sociolo
gists Marvin Taves and Kobert
Pincftes. Those surveyed were 13
to 30 years of age and were bro broken
ken broken down according to marital sta status,
tus, status, age and residence.
The survey showed each sub
group giving the highest rating to
"having a wholesome religious
life" and "how to make money"
when asked to rate 43 different
discussion topics or activities.
Other activities rated highly
were: selection of clothing, citi
zenship, home repair, personal
grace and grooming, home enter entertaining,
taining, entertaining, wise use of credit, and
Among activities rated the low lowest
est lowest were: group planning, square
dancing, plays and skits and nee
Better Keep Out
Of This Garden
WOOSTER, Ohio (UPD A one
acre patch of Ohio farmland near
here will become the most dan
gerous gzrden in the world next
Scientists will seed the plot with
Strontium 90 r the deawJy radio
active isotope which is a by-prop
duct of atomic explosions to see
what effect it" may have on the
soil and plant life.
Elaborate "precautions will be
taken to screen off the experimen experimental
tal experimental area at the Ohio Agricultural
Experiment Station south of Woo
ster. A high fence will be con constructed
structed constructed around the land and steps
will be taken to prevent air and
water from polluting near by
With built-in Universal
ON TWO-DAY VISIT
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia
(UPD United Nations Secretary Secretary-General
General Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold ar arrived
rived arrived 'yesterday for a two day
vicit in r.amhndia. He received a
warm welcome from Cambodian
officials at the airport. Hiammar
skjold flew here from Laos
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator, 8.1 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-
FOR SALE: Bargain. One only
DeLuxe Kenmore automatic
dryer No. 553890 Floor Sample
3 temperature control protects
fabric. 1 0-lb. capacity," porcelain
interior. Regular $269.95, sale
price $99.00. One year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Sears Roebuck, S.A. en the
FOR SALE: Bargain. Two each
Kenmore automatic dryer, floor,
sample-d'emostrator, 9-lb. capa capacity,
city, capacity, porcelain interior, regular
$229.95, sale price $9900. One
year guarantee. Sears Roebuck,
S.A., on the Transithmian.
NOW: China Closets 22.00,
double beds 12.50. chairs 2.00,
wardrobes 25.00, dining room i
.table and 4 chairs, 45.00, living living-room
room living-room sets 98.00, vanities 15.00,
wmattresses 29.00, sideboards
12.00, small tables 5-50, mat mattresses
tresses mattresses 6.50, spring 12,50, met metal
al metal desk 29.00, kitchen tables
12.50, pillows 1.25 ALSO beau beautiful
tiful beautiful wrought iron and mahogany
living and dfiningroom sets at rock
bottom prices Auto Row No.
41 (Ave. Nacional Household
Exchange) Tela. 3-4911, i i-7348.
7348. i-7348. T
FOR SALE: -Quatermasfer din din-ing
ing din-ing table and 2 mahogany chairs.
Excellent condition. $10.00.
523, Aneon. Tet 2-1137.
FOR JALE: 4 burner gas stove:
Mrs. Walcott, Rio Abajo, 1 2th
street. Price $55.00.
HONORARY J- Edgar Hoo Hoover,
ver, Hoover, director of the FBI, wears
locomotive engineer's cap and
bandana to mark his honorary
membership m the Brotherhood
1 of Locomotive Engineers in
; Washington, B.C.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While FIet
New Prions Service ArrN
YAQUE" Mar. 14
"MORAZAN" Mar. 20
"ULUA" Mar. 28
"YAQUE." 4 .....Apr. 4
"MORAZAN" Apr. 11
Also Handlinr; Refrlrerated and Chilled Care
Mew York Service Arrivas
"LIMON" Mar. 15
"HEREDLV1 Mar. 22
"JUNIOR" Mar. 29
"COMAYAGUA" Apr. S
"FRA BERLANGA" Apr. 1
CRISTOBALW.C.CJt. FEEDER SERVICE
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
, SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.00
, To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .. $365.00
'J:Ci': ': TELEPHONES: ".V.v-i!
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-f04:
FOR SALE:-14 ttfbls fool
"Cooldspot'' chest type deep
freezer. 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.
FOR SALE: Magazine subs subscription
cription subscription business. Averages $150
net monthly. AH 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. 043 1-J An An-on.
on. An-on. FOR SALE: Long focus lenes
Elnar 90 n.n. F4, Hektor 135
nn. F4.5 metraphot light meter
will fit all Leica camera $100.
Curundu, 203 1-B, 2nd St. TeU
FOR SALE: Preferred 0h
and Common Shares of Finan Finan-as.
as. Finan-as. Inc. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALES Living roonv set set-Maple
Maple set-Maple $90.00, bedroom set
Simmons $15000 Hoever Vac
cum Cleaner Electric $35.00,
two girl's bicycles $10.00(x Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 203 1-B. Tel. 83-7219,
FOR SALE: Special price 2 2-Round
Round 2-Round Trip Airplane Tickets so
Lima, Peru. Phone 36-707.
POR SALE: Bolex 16 mm.,
movie camera and accessories.
Phone Balboa 3204.
Boqts & Motors
-New and used boats and motors
for immediate delivery, reason reasonable'.
able'. reasonable'. We buy, sell and trade.
GOODS, across side street Pane-
- Ifotal. Phana 3-6895 A
We build, repair and fiberglass
'boats. Also furnish materials (do
ft your self). ABERNATHY,
Factory distributor Marine ply
wood, Perko Marine hardware,
Michigan propellers, boat Armor
Reiin 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 Two Nights.
The Panamanian-North Ameri
can Association will present a
play, "Blood Wedding," by a bi bilingual
lingual bilingual cast in Spanish amid Eng
lish at the' National Theater to
A nominal fee of $4.00 will be
Tickets are on salt at Morri
, Every (15) Days
FOR SALE Lets 500 and 1.000
meters, is) the Neevo Hip6dromo-i
Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with afreet
fronts, sewage, water malar and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
FOR SALE: Lot 1.066 square
meters in the best location of
La Crests; 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
2p,m. to 5 p.m. ; v
FOR SALE: No dealers three;
houses built on one lot of 2643
m2, in Vista Hermosa. Apply'
personally to Libreria Preciade.
FOR SALE: Santa Clara. One
large house and one small house.
Completely furnished on on
I.... I.. U.'.L -I UJ-II.
to beach. Near Philp cottages.
Phone Margarita 3233 or visit
on March 14th & 15th. 1
FDR SALE: White house ;
'bedrooms upstairs, 2 large .rooms
downstairs, fen acres land, plenty
water, 1 1 0 mm front,' along In International
ternational International Road,, clear title. See
Top Smith, El Volcan. Chiriqut.
FOR SALE OR RENT:- Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished residence, luxurious, at El
Cangrejo. Phone 3-0912.
FOR SALE: Triumph Thunder Thunder-bird
bird Thunder-bird motorcycle, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, extras.' 0437-F Frangipani,
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
A 1111 wmmmmmm
ATOMIC PEAretJT- Wal-
ton C. Gregory professor of
genetics at North Carolina Stat
College In Raleigh, is' the first I
American to Improve the strain ;
of a living organism by nuclear ;
raatanon. no nas aeveiopea an
Improved peanut; called N
4X, by xoss?bnaling aeeds
previously exposed to large
doses or X-rays. w.C x nas
thicker bulls, fewer damaged
kernels and fewer growth
cracks fiua regular types.
"Guest D. r
9:30 p. m.
iiiaum ire aunMYaiOUt
H DRAWER DIABLO
' BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA S709
WARNIKCt We lake this means
te warn eur clients about? tke
appearance m Panama Cit
'other tewns in the RepuWie t
an insecticide which is n sal
under the same name of BLACK
FLAG., This product comes In
, cases with Enslish labels and its
content appears to be the OLD
FORMULA of this insecticide
which does NOT contain DIEL-
of the good Will and preference
L.. Iwava xhown
ALl Msiesmtatsi Later falwWfl XHOWII
for BLACK FLAG SUPER EXTRA
WITH DIELDRIN (with Spanish
labels); For this reason, pur purchasers
chasers purchasers Should always be swrei -they
are buying the genuine
complete effective BLACK FLAG
SUPER EXTRA with DIELDRIN.
agendas otis McAllister,
S.A. nnlv jautharieed distributor
, for the Republic ef Panama.
Wahid to Buy
, WANTED:! $3s, 1954. 195
Chevrolet Station Wagon, pre
ferably passeneer. Phone 1-
We pay cash for used mattress
and bed springs. Household Bar Bar-change,
change, Bar-change, Tel. 3-491 1,
Nixon Backs Leaders
For PaHf Program?
Based On Principles
. WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPI)
tvice rresiueui ivitmoiv
Nixon backed leaders of the new
Republican long-range policy om
tyi program, basea on prmcipie
rathei! tr exbedeo-tolia
"The Republican -party, has
bligations which it must fulfill,"
i.-r; i.U 4.1. MnmmlfiAe. ttlt fl r.
brine temporary victory. But tnis
,5 Atr.i in tVio nnrl
COUiu mean ucitaL u.
Nixon's statement was reported
bv a member .. the GOP national
t. V,io otonrl 'Mlvnn ailBn-
' All waning vii'i, o
with the view,of' Darty
rhairman Meade Alcorn and
CTrisrles W: Percy, cnicagq. dusi dusi-ness
ness dusi-ness executive and chairman of
the committee. They have quoted
with approval astatement; attri
touted to Rep, John W4 Byrnes
vR-Wis.) that it would be better
to lose in election or two than fol follow
low follow a course of expediency;. ;
Nixon told me eommitiee
arurl AthPi ton-level Re
UlCJiUMvl, 0 I "" I ST f
publican guests, hat 'there. wa
lenaency am say urn-' i'vi
solely one of changing the party's
image. The moment the" country
thinks our main interest is in ap appearance,
pearance, appearance, the country will believe
that appearance is more important
than what we believe in.
"Our ob is to concentrate not
only on appearance but on sub substance.
stance. substance. .we must be equally con concerned
cerned concerned with what the Republican
party stands for."
TV,? Radios, HI-FI Translrors
snecialiat. Wa manUm -..k
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee ser work. We fiis
ante it. X
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, TiveW
Are. is-zo. Tel. 2-1505.
For letter Heme Service, Alweear
noiy m .;. ...
V. TILIVISION. -fl 4 bt
Phone S-(7aOT Fanami. tamAmmM
rrom v:uo a.m. te J0;00
I ( tj
I ll 1 I .
ANTILVi Oeod ok and
VMundress -, house keeper, will
stay In, eHU-296. CaH after
. 6 p.m.
WANTEDS KfnaalaaaaJ aaal
mafa-cook with references, forj
W"w wwen, or ci vane, r lease call
3-0196, after 5:00 p.m. Men.
day. or Tuesday,
Miss Hazel Joseph,
Airman Joe Henry,
Wed At SI. Mary's
Sl limdouolesf roTn
ny Saturday, Feb. 28. at St. M
ry's Catholic Church in BalbrJ
Miss Haiel L, Joseph, daughter
Mrand Mrs. George H. Jose
of Rio Abajo, became the bride
Ale Joe D. Henry, son of Ma
Helfln of MfeWnnri. Haw VAmnW
: aVM ar V 9 t W Sjrej
J. Melvin officiated at tbe nupti
The bride was given fa mar
acT by hw ,'tirnthnr KiU
w w ,-a.ww".a UUHIUUU
seoh. Staff Sot Mrfvin urww. j.
' J o-" -'ve, iissiuv ejj-fc
eu a (rest man, and Staff S
Yvarren jsmicjn AZt Clarence
nar.4. 1. "l j, a a
iTiiLtriiEir .inn Jsm Arwivmw w
- jjL- -r-ww euauiaviy IT I
- --- -- -F--y N U A 4k 1X1
served as maid of honor; Miss
rinda Lyon imd Mist Fern B
les weref bridesmaids; Isa Jose
flower iri nd Robert fay
were MHTipr wiia MiiHvai xi
The brad eAose a gown of 1:
I rr uui(unj w:
leararoDS ana fih imi i
of tulle and net Ia wa s deeorat
was designed by Mrs. May Bre
' The bricia'e attOnlanf.
tired k frocks: of blue, aosa V
Mrs. Dornthv, Ttrnnir. !.tJL .a
bride. Among those attending
Church eeremnnv w,. M. T..-i
Joseph,, mother of the bride.
; .xir rae cermony, the brid
Party was' hnnnraH af -i.n :
at: th M.ftk t AV-TlTr"J
Force1 Base, The club was esr
t""; "uohto iot xne occasioi)
The Air Force hand
Father Melvkn blessed the te
ana iUfflmirnri LJncunh
master Of VMVrrinnloc i.-
iue ana groom cut the decoai :
ed cake, they were presented a
Another bn'dnT ran arfi nam
neia later in th Hav J
of the bride's parents. The ne I
lyweos are mafcung their home
i,ocou. iney will leave soon
make thir home in the States
juieuoiog me recepuon we
Master &et: and Mra PnJ. c.
--v vi a aivuj lJU0j
SCt. ami Mrfi Wflrron Cmifk C
w ; Htivu thTliaiblla 0101
Ssrt. and Mrs. Mlvin Wh;tA c.
Sgt. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee, Ale Hei
man S. Thomas. Mo. nri Mr!
Percy Prince, Mr. and Mrs. H. I
Shaw. Mr arid Mr. wm 1!
seph, Mr. and Mrs. T. Saveii
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Joseph
Mrs. Dorothy Brooks, Mrs. Eii Eii-J.
J. Eii-J. Thompson, Miss Olga Joseph
Kenneth Joseph, k Prince, Mrtj Mrtj-Melvina
Melvina Mrtj-Melvina Joseph, Mrs. Ana Devill
Wilfred WorreU Mrs. Lilian Cha ii
Victor Bermingham, Mirer1
Doyle, M. H. I Ford. Miss Gr
ciela M. Sayers, Miss Glorfl
Charles, Miss Melba Sayers, Mi
Beatrice Moodie, Miss Caludet
Joseph, Miss- Mana" Talbot, Mr)
Olga M, Perel, Miss Alice Gelal
m i tir.ii 1 t
uauue rr aiAcr aiuu g e r m j
Key To .Growth
IOWA CITY fTTPT A
nrofessor at th RtoU TTnivavm
01 iowb says studies lndioata tl
wnoie partem of human grows
nutrition the body receives.
l wuevieve Mesrns, ef n
debartment of orthopedics, Mid I
has been found th, w
dren in this country who wxe fL i
a typically American diet greff
considerably taller than chiWrt i
of the same economic level in J,
uan. v :,. 1 i 0'
Dr, Stearns said a good d
in. A i 1 .au. j: .I
that such a diet may increase tl
1 ,.1. . a,. t.j .a mJ
HiiiK-n 01 mm periuu "L
lurlta .. i.e.',- I
SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959'
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWS P APE
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5:00 Zero 1960
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7:30 Sherwood Affnlr
1:00 The Star and The Story
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9.00 .My Little Marale
9:30 Hi(jhway Patrol
10:00 People Are Funny
11:00 CTN NEWS
11:15 Enc: Coif Show.
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US Can, Will Wage War
For Berlin, Says Taylor
WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPI) Fight-if-we-must testimony by Army Chief of
Staff Cert. Maxwell D. Taylor provided new evidence today that the United States is
wiHine to wage general war to keep Berlin.
Taylor's testimony was made public by the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee
last night. Despite security deletions, ft seemed to Indicate that the general's convic conviction
tion conviction was shared by the joint chiefs of staff. ,
It was clear that Taylor felt a clear expression of willingness to fight is the most
lively deterrent to stop Russia from precipitating a war over Berlin.
President Eisenhower also has spoken 0f "perilous consequences" if the Russians
k to force this country, France and Britain from the western sector of the former
Taylor appeared bofer the sub sub-committee
committee sub-committee Monday, but testi testimony
mony testimony bad to go through Pentagon
censorship before it could be made
PUHeiid "national determination"
tn fieht an all-out war was most
lftely to stop the Russians rom
Punching one. The joint chjetag
staff he added, has plans to meet
St Berlin crisis and the army has
Ifrength-at home and abroad-to
carry them out.
bylor said the army "It ready
,JV. rloM now" and that ,t can
i retaliate Immediately and ef-
ich a battle for Berlin witn
;he ..pablHty'' uw nue,Mr
weapon, Taylor laid.
" The free world could not defend
kS against the total, strength of
fmunist armies if
ed from using nuclear weapons,
Mfc.?Sed th"t President Eisen Eisen-iwwer
iwwer Eisen-iwwer would be the one who would
Jjecide whether to use them.
'. Commenting Tn" Washinon
i. military strength Senate De De-ittocratic
ittocratic De-ittocratic Leader Lyndon B. John John-Jonsaid
Jonsaid John-Jonsaid that U.S. military chie fe
ieree the nation's armed might is
adequate for the present. But he
Indicated they are concerned about
five future as Russia's missile
Johnson gave this report, to news
alen after his armed services sub
wmmittee finished hearing three
Hays of secret testimony from top
1 nu.iw Isadora
think It la fair tay thai f all
witnesses are In agreement that
-we have adequate plans
" adequate strength to support and
executive the foreign policy of
the United State," ha ald.
Weather Or Not
- This weather report for ths 24
hours ending a. m. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 94 .84
Low 75 79
High 86 83
Low i- 50 73
v (max. mph) N-21 NE-22
RAIN (inches) fl 0
inner harbors) 74 81
. LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.18
Madden Dam 237.23
: BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, MARCH 15
7:27 a.m 13.2 ft.
7:38 p.m 13.5 ft.
1:21 a.m 1-2 ft.
1:37 pm 2.0 ft.
n m Vi & I mct$: 75c- 40c 40c-MWhWilM
MWhWilM 40c-MWhWilM -TODAY-
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But he said this appraisal applied
nnlv in the nresent
"Now. and down the roaa, are
two different things," he added.
His statement presumably meani
the military leader are convinced
the United States can handle with
present fortes whatever military
action mignt grow oui. oi me du du-lin
lin du-lin crisis.
Johnson said each of the mili
tary chiefs told his subcommittee
thai they would prefer to have
mnrp monev to spend lor wen-
services than allowed by Eisenho Eisenhower's
wer's Eisenhower's budget for the fiscal year
beginning July 1.
Sen. Henry M. JacKton iu.
Wash.), another subcommittee
member, said they each cited de deficiencies
ficiencies deficiencies in vital programs.
Questioned by the subcommittee,
besides Taylor, were Gen. Thomas
D. White, Air Force chief of stair,
Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, chief of
naval operations, and Gen. Ran
dolph McC. Pate, head of the Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps.
Johnson said the inquiry naa
brought the subcommittee face to
face with the question of whether
the military leaders shape the de defense
fense defense budget o rmust accept a
"hand-down figure" decreed by au authorities
thorities authorities in the Budget Bureau.
Even before Taylor's testimony
was made public, the official So Soviet
viet Soviet press again charged that the
"warmongerino" West wants to
settle the Berlin Issue with tanks
while Russia wants to agree peace peacefully
fully peacefully with negotiations.
A burs tof editorial comment pre presenting
senting presenting the Russian side of the
quarrel over the divided German
ritv followed the return of Pre
mier Nikita S. Khrushchev from
his trip to Leipzig and East Berlin
to discuss the situation the situation
with East German leaders.
Pravda, the Communist Party
rewspaper, said Khrushchev's visit
to East Berlin "cleared the way"
for East-West talks on the Soviet
demand that West Berlin be turned
into a "free demilitarized city
Pravda said the present situa situation
tion situation "can at any moment turn
the cold war Into a hot war. It
gives rise to legitimate alarm for
peace in Europe."
In Bonn, West German Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and British
Pr e Minister Harold Macmillan
concluded two days of talks on the
German situation. They were re reported
ported reported in complete agreement on
how to meet the "serious problem"
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelist Billy Graham yester yesterday
day yesterday criticized fellow Protestant
church leaders who "wash their
dirty linen in public." 1
Graham, a Baptist minister
from North Carolina, referred to
opposition to his five-month Aus Australian
tralian Australian crusade voiced by some
leaders of the Anglican Church
and other Protestant faiths.
"One thing you can say for the
Roman Catholic church is hat
they don't disagree in public as
Protestants do," Gra'ham told a
crowd of 10,000 in the Melborne
Graham said in his sermon that
"we are all joint heirs to the uni universe
verse universe with Christ."
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iresented by the Soviet demands
Both Izvestia, the government
newspaper, ana rravaa nanea
Khrushchev's East German tour
s opening "clear prospects for a
But. said Izvestia, "the ruling
circles of Western countries a
busy rattling their arms. While the
Soviet Union is striving to lay a
path towards peace, the warmon warmon-2ering
2ering warmon-2ering representatives of the West
threaten to lay the path towards
Berlin with their tanks. Things can
not go on like this any longer."
Izvestia, said the West was try trying
ing trying to solve the Berlin quarrel
with force rather than accepting
the idea of negotiations with Rus Russia.
The Western pdwiers already
have proposed a foreign ministers
meeting on the issue. The Soviets
have accepted the idea, provided
Poland and Czechoslovakia attend.
The press made no direct men
tion of President Eisenhower's
statement this were that there was
a possibility of nuclear warfare
growing out of the Berlin crisis.
The Soviet view of this in remarks
originally made by Stalin and fre
quently repeated by Khrushchev
is that we don t scare easily."
50th Slar Poses
For US Flaqmakers
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States flag is going to
have a 50'h star but no one
here knows when k will be added
or precisely where it will be
Flagmakers, who tensely await awaited
ed awaited the decision on the design for
a 49-star flag to accommodate
the admission of Alaska, were up
a pole once again.
To make it worse, Hawaii's cer
tain addition as the 50'h member
of the Union came before it was
actually proper to display the 49 49-star
star 49-star flag.
The flag design adding a star
for Alaska was approved Jan. 3,
when the state ioined the Union.
But President Eisenhower's proc proclamation
lamation proclamation also pointed out that in individuals
dividuals individuals and private firms were
not supoos -d to fly the new ban banner
ner banner with Seven staggered rows of
seven stars each until July 4,
It appeared un'ikely that Ha Hawaii's
waii's Hawaii's star would be officially
edded to Old Glory before 1 he
49-star flag became official this
year. Although Eisenhower was
sure to sign the bill given final
congressional aoproval Thursday,
the Hawaiians had to hold pleb plebiscite,
iscite, plebiscite, elect congressmen and
formally be admitted to the Un Union.
ion. Union. When it is admitted, a new
flag reflecting its addition to the
Union would not become official
until the following Independence
Also, if the procedure carried
out by the government in the
case of Alaska is repeated, high high-level
level high-level officials will have to ponder
the problem of how to place 50
stars in the flag's blue field.
The Veterans Administration,
which buys some 120,000 flags a
year, Is oriering flaes to be made
with the regulation 13 stripes, but
without any sars. It said flag
manufacturers have agreed to
wait until h'ng? settle down a bit
before adding the stars.
Rank Of l.t. Col.
dent Eisenhower s son John was
recommended todav for promo
tion from a major to lieutenant
colonel by the Army Selection
Major Eisenhower, an aide on
his father's White house staff,
was No. 1,002 on a list of 1,319
recommendations for "light col
Army spokesmen said It might
be a year before retirements or
deaths create vacancies in the
higher ranks for Eisenhower and
other younger officers.
Young Eisenhower, 36, who
works for White House staff sec secretary
retary secretary Brig. Gen. Andrew J.
Goodpaster, would get a 60-a
month pay boost under the pro promotion,
motion, promotion, ptus a hike in his quar quarters
ters quarters allowance. His actual earn earnings
ings earnings would be clpse to 10,000 a
Army officials said that Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's advancement, while on
schedule., has no' been as ratiid
that of some o'hers in hl 1944
West Point graduating class
Lady Lawmaker Hits Use
Of Goya Nude in Film 'd
WASHINGTON. March 14 (UPI)
An irate lady lawmaker moved
yesterday to give congressional
siiDoort to Dostal ban against
use of a famous spaiusn nuui
painting aa a movie promotion
Rep. Kathryn E. urananan (u-
Pa.) chairman of the House pos postal
tal postal subcomiitoe, aid her group
will "tffmroiiehlv explore the
whole situation immediately.
The picture is FrancUeo Go Goya'
ya' Goya' painting "The Naked Maia"
It pictures t curvaceous Spanish
lady 'lounging on a divan clad
only in an ambiguous look. E
The New York post office has
banned an attempt by United Ar Artists
tists Artists to send copies of the portrait
thrnnoh thi mail as an ad for a
new movie. United Artists 4s fight-
ino the han m the courts.
Mrs. Granahan said the subcom
mittee hoped the postmaster ge general's
neral's general's arm "is strong enough
to prevent the sending of obscene
literature through the mails.
She brushed aside arguments
that the post office was cohsoring
art because the bare lady whom
Gova immortalized in oils in 1795
is not a girlie pinup but a great
masterpiece' known througout
"It is indeed a sad commen commentary
tary commentary on our sense of values when
we cannot distinguish between ob-
Exhibit At Divisa
Shows OAS Work
In Rural Panama
' A feature opening Monday at the
Extension Workshop in Agricul Agricul-turo
turo Agricul-turo nnw heins conducted' at tfie
National Institute of Agriculture
in Divisa will be an exhbit show showing
ing showing the "grass roots" work of coun-
tv agetats, rne womsnop s i
county agents in Panama, botn a
ninfiKiturai affpnts and home a
ont nH is xnonsored by the
Northern Region of OAS, whose
hPnrtnuarter are In San Jose. The
wnrohnn witt close March 21.
The exhibit has been supplied
by" the UniWd St&tes Information
Service in Fanama and is beinf
In rnhoeratioh with Paa-
officials incliidine DAP
and Point iV Jn Panama, SICAP
personnel haleo assisted m aaapt aaapt-ing
ing aaapt-ing the exhibit to Panama. From
Divisa the exhibit will be taken
by DAP for showing in other cen centers
ters centers of the1) Republic.
The prologue to tha exhibit
"This axhibit Is dedicated to
DAP agents and their organiza organization
tion organization by Pumto IV, in Commenda Commendation
tion Commendation of DAP efforts to help rural
people of Panama help them themselves.
selves. themselves. It is the desire xtf the peo-
Dle of the United States to otter
technical assistance in supDort of
such a worthwhile program as
Since 1953. Point IV has had A
merican technicians working with
Panamanian technicians on 'det
ermining and disseminating me
best practices which will benefit
Panama's rural people Also, Point
IV has provided technicians wno
are former agents,' like the one
described in this presentation, to
share their experiences with DAP
Agents and their organizations
Divulgacion Agricola de Panama
Soviet Union Names
Pushkin As Deputy
MOSCOW, March 14 (UPI)
Georei Maximovich Pushkin has
been appointed a Deputy Foreign
Minister of the Soviet Union, the
Tass News Agency announced to
Pushkin was ambassador- to East
Germanv until last year when M
V. Pervukhin replaced him.
Pushkin held the rank of deputy
foreign minister in 1952 and he
was a member, of the sofiet dele
gation to the 1954 foreign minist
ers conference in Berlin.
(That year he was assigned to
the East Berlin embassy. Pervu
khin, who succeeded him there.
has been a leading member Df the
Soviet gobernment but was accus accused
ed accused of opposing Khrushchev iti the
"anti-party" showdown of 1957.
Diplomatic sources in London
said Pushkin was considered
career duMomat rather than a po
litical figure. He will be one of
seberal deputies to Foreign Minis
ter Andre" Gromyko.
London experts, suggested the
appointment might indicate
strengthen)'' .of the Soviet team
for forthcoming negotiations on
Berlin. Ha is an expert on Ger
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The fed
eral tax collector has officially
recognized the lowly termite as
The Internal Revenue service
said It was bowing to a series of
court decisions and permitting
home owners to claim income tax
deductions foi damage caused by
a sudden termite attack,
jectg of art which are matter
of national pride and the use of
such objects as lures to the the
ater box office, she said in a
statement submitted to the House.
Mrs. Granaham said th at attempt
tempt attempt to tend tha picror of Go Goya's
ya's Goya's lady through tht mails
"was not lrrfndd to riast th
dignity of Mm painting."
"It was Intended solely for the
prom oi tne owners of the film,
she said. "There is a great deal
of difference between the sudent
of anatomy at a great university
. .and the student of anatomy
in the front row of a bulesque
theater." : I
By Salvation Army
A special farewell service will
be held by the Panama City corps
of the Salivation Army, Guachapali
for Al-c and Mrs. Russell Cloer
who are leaving the Isthmus short
ly after three years. (
Several selections and speeches
including one by Mrs; J. Sunberg,
will be on the program to which
the publie is invited.
Maj. Margaret Knackle, who is
at present visiting, the Isthmus
in connection with" auditing and
Young People's work, will be at
Paraiso Corps tomorrow for a
"Holiness Meeting" at 11 a.m. ana
will be in Colon at third Street
Corps. In. the afternoon, and at
Colon Central Corps for the even evening
ing evening service accompanied by the
sectional officer Major J. A.
Sunday, March 22, .there will be
a welcome meeting for the new
sectional youth officer Capt. Shir Shirley
ley Shirley M. Cox at Panama city Corps.
Capt. Cox succeeds Sr. Capt L,.
Rhodes who has returned to Ca Canada
nada Canada on furlough after five years
in the West Indies and the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean area.
Dr. Vern Prler
Dies At Gorg'as
Dr. Vern Prier, District Dentist
in Cristobal for the past 37 years,
died yesterday afternoon in Gor-
gas hospital where he had been
patient since Feb. 17. He was
67 years old. ,
Dr. Prier was born in Oblong,
Illinois, and attended the Eastern
Illinois State Normal School in
Charleston and Union Christian
College in Meiom, Indiana. He
held a degree in dentistry from
the Central University of Kentu
He came to the Isthmus in 1916
and for six years practiced den dentistry
tistry dentistry in Colon. He was made Dis District
trict District Dentist in Cristobal in 1922.
He and his family lived in New
Cristobal for many years but two
years ago moved to Margarita.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Inga Turner, one son, Dr.
William Edward Prier of the Gor-
gas Hospital staff, and one daugh
ter, Mrs. James Wallace, of Cofo
Solo. Also surviving are five grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be
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prison in Havana, holding hit girl's hand as he patrol the walla. Prisoner In the 'courtyard Vi f
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Critics 1 Of- PC Accounting Remind
Potter Of 50-50 (Young; Love ;Div.)
h (Continued tram Page 1)
i "These critics remind me of
the young couple who decided
ihey would have a perfect part partnership
nership partnership when they were married..
Everything would-be 50-50, even evenly
ly evenly divided. For example, the wife
set up the 50-50 arrangement in
their joint checking account at
the bank. 'The husband would
make the deposits and she would
make the withdrawals.
"Unfortunately, that $11.4 mil
lion I just-mentioned isn't the fi final
nal final net income figure for PC.
We haven't deducted the interest
payment to the U. S. Treasury
in fiscal '58 amounted to $8.8 mil million.
lion. million. "You realize tbat interest is
a normal part of all -business
ntertprises.1 No one expects to
borrow money without paying
something for its use. No busi business
ness business can get money for noth nothing.
ing. nothing. .Neither can the Panama
Canal Company. Any borrowing
requires the payment of inter interest
est interest as -we have all learned on only
ly only the ratie varies.
"From inception until June 30,
1958, the United : states Govern Government
ment Government spent one and, a half billion
dolars.on the Panama Canal and
its appurtenances. The return to
the Government during that same
period was $96 million.
We don t need either an abacus
or electronic computers to figure
that the difference is $576 million
and this is the unrecovered nef
investment of the United States
tax payers in the Canal Compa Company.
ny. Company. but we nave assets, imny imny-million
million imny-million in the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government and $451 million in the
Company. If we were to sell all
our assets at their book value,
there would still remain unrecov
ered costs of $95 million dollars.
"That means that after render
ing exemplary service to world
shipping since 1914, Uncle Sam
is still out $95 million dollars.
'In that same period, Pana-
MEAT EATERS Argentini Argentinians
ans Argentinians are the biggast red meat
eaters in the world (see .draw
ing). Per capita consumption
there was 242 pounds in. 1957.
The United States produced
28.5 per cent of the world's ted
meat (beief, veal, pork, mutton,
lamb, goat and horse" meat) in.
1957, but garnered only fifth
place in consumption. I Of the
43 countries listed by the XJ.S.
Agriculture. Department, Japar.
ranked lowest. Sussia's aver average
age average per person was believed to
be around 53 pounds.
KsnJ 'iAwl-laaaitg' 'atwsaas
ma received $20.5 million, in an annuities
nuities annuities plus the $10 million dol dollar
lar dollar initial payment for Canal
Zone rights. At th prtnt rate
of $1. milion per year, the an
nuity total will grow rapidly.
VTietting back to the interest
angle-i-the present intreest-bear-ing
investment of the U. 5, Gov Government
ernment Government in the Panama anal
Company is s $352 million." The
modest interest rate established
by the U. & Treasurv reauired a
payment of $8.8 million interest
last .year This was a charge a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst operating income.
in ur nnal computation1 wa
subtract operating pxnensps encu
of. Canal Zone Government, as
mentioned before.- and this final
item of interest, and we have a
nw income of 2.6, million for the
Company. Let me .repeat $2.6
million net income. '-
lt is-interesting to note, at
this point, that th aim of the
Canal Company. Is not to make
a profit buf fo avoid a loss. The
law require! us to be self-sustaining
and I don't intend to
become a -lawbreaker!
'Actually w need some .mar
gin of profit tb plow back into the
Company for ur capital improvements.-We
depend on deprecia depreciation
tion depreciation ($5.2 million iri '58) and our
slim margin- of profit; to provide
the financing for keeping the Ca Canal
nal Canal up-to-date; widening the chan channel
nel channel and similar betterments.
Here we are okMashioned and
plan within our income.
"In comparison with the total
assets of more than half a billion.
rne net income 01 ?2.6 million is
picayune. Yet it took close figur
ing to come out that close to the
breakeven point, s
"With the many activities of
the Company, it's a real chore to
keep an eye on the expenses and
income of each one, and be sure
we obey our mandate of self -sus
"The many supervisors of the
Company all have a manage
ment job and the sum of their ef efforts
forts efforts is the modest net income.
"When it is known that a drop
in traffic of one ship a day would
reduce our gross revenue by $1.8
million a year, it is seen that the
margin for error in our forecast
ing is tiny. 1
"Had traffic last year been VA
ships per day less, we would not
have reached the break; even
We have to Jceep on too of
things constantly- and our. busi business
ness business management musst have ac accounting
counting accounting data to keep it cogni cognizant
zant cognizant of trends and any depar depar-turs
turs depar-turs from predicted norms.
"Here I would like to treat on
a special topic which relates to
the whole subject of income-
'.'There are many who cannot
et away from the idea that
the Panama Canal should be a
money maker; that is, should
make a profit and the bigger
the better. The Panama Canal
wasbuilt as a service to the
shipping of th, world. While the
maintenance of the facility re requires
quires requires considerable.1 expenditure
we here feel that the- extent of
the expenditure is exactly gov governed
erned governed .by the need.
"There is no need for niceties
or improvements that, are not
required by the number of ships
we foresee in the future.
"I must reject any philosophy1
which infers that there could be
more pay merely by Taising
tolls, that there is a throttle for
the extraction of cash that should
be tightened until the victim
squeals 'merely for the fiscal sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction of a few.
"I can foresee that the needs
of future shipping may require
expenditures that would require
modest tolls increase but tolls
should be! increased for that rea-J
boa aione ana nor, lor income af
1 soie reason.t , 1
"Ltf met, then state- my phi-
losqphythe iob ef tolls it H I
pay for the operation,: ma inter J
anct, and improvement ef the J
facility it uses air of that,.na- 1
thing more.". ; 1 J
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have faces painted on her leg? r
for earnival-tirae tun. Rosanna
was Miss Italy of 1997.
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