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t ?Let th people know the truth end the emuntry if Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P, MONPAY, MARCH 16, 1959
1 6 (UPl) President Eisen-
J-TV- report the people of the
;risis and "the general security
as and its allies."
ss will be, carried .by CFN at
- be- rebroadcast tomorrow at
indicated that the President con-
rt nationwide address since he
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carried -out whetherthe West
liked it or not and declared
tbat the West Berlin "war
base" must be eradicated and
anti-Communist .activity in
the city halted.
as West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer told a "ttate
eleceitno rally in Hanover that .1
lie- believed an East-west Sum- 1 I u
mlt,: conference; lasting "several
months," owould begin soon.
i Adenauer declared the West
would negotiate at such talks
with nuclear and conventional
weapons disarmament in mind.
-rne riast uerman uommumsv i .. . 1 ,,,"',';-'' ., rTK,i.iiMlM mwi i iwTi-YiiiiiMMiMMM,iiMi,i n,iw.mn
jnent."tareatened, anew to con- GROUND. BREAKING CEREMONIES Fuerza y Lur ofnciaw on haha to" watch 'Vtofi-Dresident and Keneral manaaer Thomas E.
elude ka- separate peace treaty I Oglesby fspadtog) aasisted. by vchlef engineer George Wlnsqulst (resting) -break ground, lor-a new 12,800 kilowatts team electric
wxtn tne soviet' union ii. jner unit at, the eonuany's san Francisco aeia uaieia piam. una new ami, estimated to cost si.suy.uuu, win increase tne Ban iran
rejected the so-1 clsco plant's -capacity -to 24,65ft, kilowatt capacity anatne verauTjer$a y jJUi-eapaaly 6X70 Kliowajts. octoDer or Novem
treaty plan. be next year is the target date for the inauguration, ot the, new toil,, ;u ' .
Citizenship Training For. 6y$
Girfe State Begin Oil Thursday
u ,t I
The Crossroads Boys State and
Caribbean Girls State week-long
sessions ot citizenship training will
Jegui this Thursday evening at
730 in. tne usakcakiu Annex
building. Fort Clayton, with a key keynote
note keynote address by Brig. Gen. James
W. Coutts, .chief of staff of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command., .
-Coutts,. heads a considerable list
of distinguished Canal Zone offi
cials and residents who will appear
before the young citizens or con
duct snecial sessions for them dur
ing the period March 19 through
, .Parents of the delegates and the
rjublic in eeneral have been warm-
ly Invited to attend sessions, tarti tarti-eularly
eularly tarti-eularly the opening meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening. )a
Among the well-known Individ
uals who will offer talks and dem
onstrations to the young delegates
are t Alfred J. Gauvin crfmmander
of the Panama Caflal Zone depart
mentr' American Legion; Got. Wil-
nam.-lj. rower na execuuve see-retary-(Paul.
M Runnestrand of the
Canal Zone government; John Win
ter. Collins,; of Lodge Np. 14, Amer
t-' i'. V" ''
PARIS' (UPI) France's power powerful
ful powerful Communist Party suffered, se severe
vere severe tosses in yesterday's second
round of balloting foJ town and
village councils, early returns in-;
miinist coatitibn apparently push push-ed
ed push-ed 'the Communists out of, council
eats all -over the country.'' Defeat
followed defeat for tbe- Beds de despite
spite despite the' fact that their share of the
opular -vote appeared to be run-,
ning over 20 percent. A high per
cents ge of the popular vote wpn by
the Communists -reflected '. wide widespread
spread widespread discontent with President
Charles He Caulte's drastic auster-J
',sAn unofficial itally showed the
Communists, received 212,883 of
the first 637,283 votes counted.
The -Communists lost, the seats'
they held in about 20 councils. Ia
about a -half dozen cases, .the pro pro-Gaullist
Gaullist pro-Gaullist coalition replaced Com Communist
munist Communist coatr6lH ,rMd
":; -"...,. 1 "f 0-"?"
-The Communist setback appear
ed likely to offset the substantial
'gains,: scored bjrtne Reds in the
first round of balloting last week.
Even powerful Communlst-So
cialist "popular fronts" In .about
0 municipalities proved of little a.
vail. Such fronts were revived lot
the first time in 12 years. :
rcan 'Federation of 'Government
Employes: James' Elliott; 'instruc
tor in 'the Canal Zone schools and
a union officials Capt.-'Gaddis Wall.
Capl. Stewart P! Tartlr tL Harvey
,G. Rhyne and SgL Walter If. Alves,
of the Canali2one police.,-. '
Judge v Guthrie E. Crowe or 'the
U.S. District CourtAncont.'Jtidge
John E. Demlne,?" ,of 7the maRis
trate's .court, Balboa; Rowland K.
Hazard. U.S. district ''attorney;
Clarence M. Wilson,, education ad advisor,
visor, advisor, Fort Clayton i Dr Merrill A:
Syraonds, Florida State" University
Canal zone program., Director.
' Allen Sanders of the Canal. Zone
general .counsel ; Office; Lfc '; Col.
Robert X, Brown Jr,. director of
pneineerine an. dconstruction for
the Canal Zone;:- Frahk-Wilder, Ca
nal Zone office of internal security;
Col. Thomas J, Hendersonj judge
advocate of U.S. Army Caribbean;
and Col. John C' ; Nickef son Jr.
Ordnance officer, for USARCARIB
and director of this year's session
of Crossroads Boys State.
- Boys State is sponsored in the
Canal Zone by the Panama Canal
(tpnartment of the American Le
gion, while arrangemeints for Girls
State are made oy tne aepan aepan-ment's
ment's aepan-ment's Legion Auxiliary.
Slaiehood May Pui
Out Of Business
JUNEAU. Alaska, (UPI)
Statehood may mean ; the un
doing of the B-gm occupation
in w snth state. v i af
v fvT the nrotesta of oldtimers
In the' Alaska Legislatiire, the
House has voted to stand by
its decision prohibit the girls
from enticing customers to
Should the Senate approve
the, measure,, ,. the B-girls or
Alaska's saloons could expect to
find themselves out of business
Pa days atter, the governor signs
the bUl into law. '- '.j '.j-The
The '.j-The re-endorsement ,c a m e
despite protests from Rep. Rob Robert
ert Robert Sheldon.' Fairbanks Demo-,
crat, that the bill would ''''erase
another bit ot Alaskana f or-ever."-
The House ; endorsed .. the
bill again. vv: ::.' ) .
Sheldon, one of the few legis
lators 1 who can recall olatime
Alaska, pointed out that some
of the leading older citiaens ef
today were, at one time dance
nail, gins at sucn lamous gold
rush saloons as : the t Northern
of the Old: Malemntei ?
Sheldon's move to delay "the
effective1 day of the" 'act "Until
Jan; I, 4960, V was soundlV de-
Meated 28 to a. v ,v
A supertanker will limp Into Bat-
boa today after sailing from' south southern
ern southern Chile with a, gaping fO foot
square hole in her side. ?t-ui;
The vessel, the AndroS Venture,
17,845 giftss tons, was invelved jn
a collision on1 the hum isea off
Chilean coastal waters near. Quin-
tero Bay, ,. ,
Quintero Bay is considerably
south of Santiago, Chile. v
No details of the actual collision
were yet available. f
Of Canadian registry,, the tank tanker
er tanker is operated under charter by
the Orion Shipping Si Trading. Co.
She regularly sails between a
Venezuelan oil port and the south southern
ern southern part of Chile, carrying oil
products south and returning in
ballast -.Wv vv.;fir
The hole is in the .amidShiprf
area on the port "side of the 625
foot ship. Although she is return returning'
ing' returning' empty, it is not known
whether : the accident happened
before or after she had discharg discharged
ed discharged her cargo.-.-,1;. ,.,;
Sookesmen for the United Fruit
Co.,-local agents for, theiAndros
Venture, said it is expected .the
supertanker will proceed under her
own power direct to a Gulf Coast
port for repairs. j
uapt. J. W.-Nicholson is com commanding
manding commanding the stricken ship. i
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Ailing Dulles Takes
For Bayano Hydroelectric Plant
' Plans for develohmenfof alivdro
Project on the, Bayano' Riv6r in
the Chepo area have been tempo
rarily" laid aside as the result of
unfavorable reponts from a survey
team, according to aa announce announcement
ment announcement today by Fuerza'.y Lz. -i
v The company originally;, had
planned a single high" headj' dam
Sunrise Choir f
Finds Poodle Sick
WASHINGTON (UPI) Ailing
Secretary of State John Fos er I
Dulles left the hospital for a lei leisurely
surely leisurely drive to his home "ester-
day and found that his French
pooaie nad a coid. t.
The 71-year-old Dulles,' who is
undergoing cancer treatment t
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen Center,
ter, Center, was .accompanied; by "i Mrs.
Dulles and; a S'ate' Department
security r officer on the hour andi
25-minute ride, v ,V-:,
Dulles aaid afterward that they
rode through Rock Crek ; Park
and then stopped at his residence.
Asked if he had seen his French
poodle; Pepin, ;; Dulles ; observed
that he had but "unfortuna'ely ths
- A -. newsmsn then asked how
lonjf Dulles extpected to remain
in ; the -hospital- v:S'y, .-,
' "I :, don't : know," he- replied.
'Tou'B havs to ask' the .doctors.?
' The secretary laid' he felt "pret "pret-tv
tv "pret-tv good'': although he appeared
dm wn and hu lost considerable
weight 1 "- -
Wallace Edward Woodruff
will direct and conduct the
choir, at 'the -Easter Sunrise
Service for the Pacific Area on
Sunday,. March;29. The service
will be held ion the Bay of Pan Panama
ama Panama near J;he, officers' club at
Fort Amador, Canal Zone.
Woodruff Is a member of tne
Balboa School music depart depart-Mni
Mni depart-Mni w has had considerable
experience 't e c h 1 n g choral
groups and bands in puDiic
.virtni in the United States.
All ministers, of Protestant
Churches in the Canal Zone
and Panama may extend an in invitation
vitation invitation to the public' to attend
this annual Easter.., Service.
All chapel and dnurch choirs
and ,; individuals : are Invited to
intrt ths Easter Sunrise i Service
choir: Rehearsals wlH be held
March 18 and 23 at the Balboa
ymca Auditorium. -A dress re-
hearsal will : be i held at Fort
Amador on Saturday, Marcn as
at' tne oervice v
Music already has been mail
ed 'to each pastor. Woodruff Is
anxious ,to have a Marge choir
to 1 support A this outstanding
Easter -. Service. Last,; year a
choir of 500 members sang at
that Service, ; -,,'
on the riyer, project which ,wduld
provide a power boots into the Pa
nama City area.
- The -company said, however,
that the hydro-electric survey
'team of 30- nn-s has started 'a
new phase of study which will
consider another arran gement
of projects which would provide
as much or mo"e hvdro-electrlc
power as originally forecasted.
The survey group; which began
with 19 men and. now includes 30,
has reached a point on the Bayano
River about 65 kilometers above
fhe village of Maje.
To facilitate the BayanO project,
Fuerza y Luz has contracted Fair Fair-child
child Fair-child Aerial Surveys, Inc.,; of Los
Angeles, to send aerial mapping
experts to Panama to' .assist, the
Richard Moscolo, civil engineer
headling the hydfo-electric: study
teani, has expressed praise for the
Panamanians assisting jyilh, the
fact-finding. Other assistance has
been given by the Water Resources
Development Department of IFE
under the direction of Ricardo
Arosemena, engineer. -,'
Tomas Guardia Jr., engineer
and chairman of the Darien sub
committee and director of the Pa
nama Mapping "Institute, has aided
the group as an authority on jungle
surveys and. studies..
No Profit' With
..r A,.'cmam fefeign office spokesman today declared
w ..j ivuiuj runumu srrange in rne light ot Ca
nal Zone Gov. William E. Porter's recent statement that
the Panama Canal "was not built a a money-maker for
Uncle Sam pr anyone else." ; V t':,
Agreeing VitH, this definition the spokesman said
that if the aim pf the Canal is, in Potter's words, "is not
to make a profit but to avoid a loss' it is Surprising to
Panamanians "that the management of r the Canal has'
been turned over by the US Congress to an entirely eom eom-meraal
meraal eom-meraal firmjikehe Panama Canal Company?
The spokesman also found it surprising tljat the Ca Canal
nal Canal Company, an agency of the US government, Should
attempt in every way to obtain everv r-enr nf
the Canal and the other activities of the company, With With-f
f With-f Panama, into account with regard tftthe equ.V
aW 9PtyWmPl 'Ibt benefit? which the inter-oceinlc
The foreign office spokes
man's comments arose from a
speech by Potter Friday night
to a joint meeting of the Ca
nal Zone chapters of the Fed
eral Government, Accountants
and t the institute- w internal
"The neai-of ttie- company to
commercially exploit' the Canal
for the benefit of one of the
nartlea (to thetreatlesRis so
marked that It ignores Impor
tant clauses of treaties. vwlth
Panama merely because their
compliance 'would mean addi
tional expenses and thus dim
inish the commercial output of
the company," the spokesman
He declared: "That's why.
while the treaties specify that
both of the nations which
made the construction of the
Canal possible should receive
the benefits which are due
them, Panama, still : only re receives
ceives receives a small annuity.'
According to thr foreign of
fice spokesman, the fact tnai
the Canal company makes ev every
ery every effort to get as much profit
from the Canal '.enterprise as
Dosslble is another reason why
'authorities ,? entrusted w 1 1 n
niYmivincr with the Remon-
ffisenhower treaty on the Canal
Zone continue to discriminate
against Panamanians In the
matter of salaries and treat treatment,
ment, treatment, mainlv because It would
ost a little more money to
treat them in the same mannerlcalIed
is Ainenuan cwzens, as uicv
arex under obligation to do ac according
cording according to the treaties."
"That's why while the treaty
specifies that purchases must
be made in Panama or the
United States, Canal Zone au authorities
thorities authorities buy meat In Austra Australia,
lia, Australia, and rice, jewelryt etc., in
other countries, merely be because
cause because thev can net them cheaper."
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SOLDIER OF THE MONTH Sp.4 Larry E. Pressler Is congra congratulated
tulated congratulated by Capt. Richard C. Leslie, detachment: commander,
' U.S. Army security Agency, Caribbean, after Pressler was select selected
ed selected as Soldier of the Month for his skill and soldierly conduct.
He' received an Inscribed plaque and a three-day pass for this
distinction which is awarded each month at A.S.A.
.. (U.& Army Photo)
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,i3e 8fkesm&n also claimed"
chas although Panama .ha
been deprived of iu ports
th..are;B2,aM contra S
the canal Zona, Panamaniar,
He;. said t,ht tiMK...
Pedes the SSniTLH. 1T
"competition with Em. Em.-man
man Em.-man transportolpTiS"
er than ft wis J" low'
" w 40 years tM
reached ths nftSSu,on
f h GubRoo
Of US Contactor -'H
on, conrractinc executive's
Yesterday Thompson's fifth fW
The fire broke out shortly after
'a.m.. about two hours 'afe
Thomnson had feft the room. Ho Ho-tel
tel Ho-tel officials believe t.he fire may
have started from a lighted clfi clfi-ret
ret clfi-ret left burning in an ashtray. v
a inreo cit?aret could have been
blown about bv the wind untir !v
lining Rome intiammabie materiaT.
Firemen brought the Maze under
control in about W minutes but
most of the furnishings and furnl furnl-turp
turp furnl-turp in the room was destroyed, i
Motel attendants rescued mnt 'of i
Thomnson's oersonal beloneinrs
and a briefcase of company docu
ments. -; '-'
The hotel furnishings are fufly
covered by Insurance. ,f.s( j
Thompson's company plane, a
sleek twin-engined Aero Command
er valued at $125,000. crashed last
week on takeoff from 'the Cocos
Point landing strip at Rat Island.
Curios Samayoa, the Guatemalan
nllot, and two",, Canal Zone resU
dents. Barney Foraeson an Ktmer
On, were Injured in the criihj.
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SI Uetir. letter writer 1 Mi ttrKteet canfManc.
';v.Tfcli a.wme. no reir.iiility for etateweiir. or efinleaf
rmtkti in tatter rm reader.
lit HE MA It BOX
- PANAMA'S COST OF LIVING
!-2522l ... ii.. March 11 'con-
nn rters in uoneuinci -- --
M t.h rost. of livine in Panama. As you
SlKS I maVitem. that nter toto the com com-Sf
Sf com-Sf of a price index, in this case over hundred.
'?MJ6ur rriend "consumer aia, wu aiiiTo i.T t rvr inw
t-m well aware, that Panama's cost of living i 0,.:
ertorteS there has been in the last few years very fljght
tne reieree k,Za hv the referee
Mtor (s) maKins prowsv in nws
LThis-was not aone. , tVl- jn. record which
'iBjie which I am afraid Is too smau u nave ro"
TouSlU todd, that the average Panamanian budget U
iftm aiteetod by luxury spending not in keeping with average
tamUv incomes (ffi fidelity radios, television sets, automo automo-yair
yair automo-yair condWn Sits, etc.). In. a underdeveloped country,
: Sas our tries? Items cannot properly enter Into the compo-
nuon or a pr m uw. BrwnrtInr stimulated by
II 1 recall corrctwj, uia - ., t.
what economists call "Demostrative Effect. Such penJtoR puts
Jrsure on the family budget and leaves littl e for dai ly needs
which nerhaDs Is the principal reason why we feel that the cosx
- of living is ever increasing. McCllourh
GAMBOA SWIMMING MEET
As I am
the only officer of the Canal Zone Swim, cmbho
V jiAnrAfltA1 T1W Kim Hb U1C UAIlluv"
ffifSttitltta mrobUgation t'set the reeord straight.
4. iwbn meet reel mai u is iy naitai Zone Swim
or tne uub tiu. u..-:!
eNeitner x, hot "7 "li.-n aJa tm from
the Gamboa man whohas been in charge of this mtet for sev
era! years. he had 0rgotteh, when he made the
He did this because ne nu iB ... .-rtmrnerawho
rutoabut KS in Uaaml City with mmers who
tiaV coeUtors at Canal Zone swim, meets. If he erred
in so lnt
in an efi
lmerpreiuig a m v, v
On Page no oi ine -rj ,-t ;hfllI k- lodned
following;. -Any .P" ,rT;: hv t.h comne-
lit OV vvv. B .,-Vlf
in an effort to, cwreci) aii v?K-. .mm,nff Tr-ndbook we
118 oi me Auuu4 k- 1vlMd
i;;i1?:.Beginning of on Epic Production,
with the Panama City boy. However
who do not think that the separat
v he relay teams provea w it u now water under
have proved ST Anuid not forget that
hndWo due t0 thlS Gm-
boa man's hard work over the years.
mj!rW"M 5 ".i .Jannf. th. woDosed con-
sukuuun "u A h. a ati rules and study tnem.
Y RORCRT C RUARK
That man with the built-in cris
es, Nikita Khrushcnev, may yei
force Dwight D. Eisenhower to
change the White Hous policy of
neutrality la labor -industry reuas.
To a handful of observers in
and about the White House, this
appears almost inevitable early
this summer. The President, who
long ago ordered hit staff and the
Pengaton to stay out of strike
crises, may nonetheless be forced
to move into the steel field to pre prevent
vent prevent a shutdown at the very mo moment
ment moment when Khrushchev threatens
to shut off Berlin
In the otst few days, it has
come as a shock to the four or five
men who make policy for Big
Steel Workers Union that their
own critical timetable is parallel,
ed by the Kremlin's action time timetable
table timetable as steadily as two rails on
Contracts covering the 600,000
men in the critical steel industry
expire June 30. Khrushchev has
set May 27 as-ultimatum time in
On May 21. the btg steel nego
tiating delegates will gather in
New yotk's Hotel Booseveu tor
tthe opening mass talks which will
run through the summer and
which many have ssid will be
dramatically disrupted by a two
Just about that day, exactly six
blocks east, big delegations to the
United Nations will be talking
heatedly about the Berlin cold war
in the ice-cake type building
known as the UN.
In Washington, there will be talk
of American mobilization. At the
Hotel Roosevelt there will most
certainly be talk of another kind
of mobilization of pickets, of
AFL CIO Community Services
strike relief kitchens and counsel counseling
ing counseling aid.
There will be industry taiic oi
standing fast against David Mc Mc-Dpnald's
Dpnald's Mc-Dpnald's United Steelworkers' de
mands for i bis cash package, for
a new type of three month sabba sabbatical
tical sabbatical vacation in the mills or a
shorter work week, for special
Saturday and Sunday week-end
pay, for a new kind of medical
care, for new handling of the
cost-or-uving hikes and for bigger
The union will say that it can
not retreat from these demands.
You will hear union charge
that they are being "cooperized."
This will be a reference to a veter veteran
an veteran industry negotiator of whom
the public has yet heard little. I
is Conrad Cooper, sophisticated;
hard-bargaining, well informed,
executive vice-president of U.S.
Steel Corp. He will be the chief
spokesman for a small committee
speaking for some 11 large steel
Walter Wincheli I n New York
THE CLUB TO END ALL CLUBS
'.As your Mail Box ha. Indicated in recent SiSTm
, for Eager bn foTwh-Ther. Art Not Enough Clubs
to be Clubwomen ui. .. v':f: ... .nnhhuh-
'-H- in this utoDian arrangement, tnete woyiu
ir i.Hmri4ftn Just feed thftmwy, wnen uu
meiiv, u r: r.f-. t hthr with charity worK
S'Z mU ot old-fashioned
gofilp, spteed with a coupie oi ,n iib.
sr:..i..w A.r mwt neariv often enough. o ine iiuu
'31'"??..; Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, ex
W :iJ: f 'th- mnnthlfalls on an even-
cvnen w 'u J JTi... 'SUiM h held each
r,?r,SLWand Saturday. Throw ii a Sunday meeting
nSeQ dait wWciT time the meetings should
V"l-" "TV ;.,-ty.v. the
evei once lh a while, it won t nuri, mw-wu
luncheon afiairs. wave a imi uiu. -
.t.rt tv,. mMtmsa tn small committees. It's much
.r.. Vi7,U. wt nf ocio started that way. Then the
t-,- i j -Af, ni.tvir anrf 7.nw fi. watch the fur ny.
- There h r dulSTndTibV tat none cduld ever come close
to the fun these gals would nave.
h.iAn tn ni wmV hard for the few organlza
n t.iiv do have worthwhile projects deserve an apology
for my sarcasm. The ones wno inwer away tneir uin uu
orine muiutuae oi pureiy ocii gi"ui
igirhere are informed Insiders who
are 'saying that the union will ac accept
cept accept a' seven to' 10 ten's an hour
a three to four dollar a week-
cash increase in addition to other
There are informed Insiders who
say that the industry will not meet
this figure. They report that the
industry will come to the bargain
mg rooms with no counter offer
at first but negotiate penny by
No piggy bank matter, these
pennies. Each penny increase per
man per hour or every 40 cents
a week will cost the industry
$30,000,000 a year, according to
Roger Bloueh, chairman o' the
board of U.S. Steel. McDonald
speaking for the men of the steel
mills, retorts that each oenny will
cost $9,000,000 a year. Either way
that's a lot of coin.
Industry sources make no sec
ret of the fact that they will not
pay anything like the union's dem
anas. There is no doubt that the
union's strike threat is serious
has ordered its third and fourth
echelon people to prepare for
However, deep in the carpeted
corners of both sides high com
mands there now is some talk of
an effort to get together before
the Berlin crisis cracks wide onen
and settle the contracts without
a walkout. But remember thev
fought it out in a seven week
strike during "Korea" in '5t
Harry Truman moved then.
Dwight Eisenhower may have to
move now for as steel goes, so
goes the nation.
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' ANGELES f; -, ;
WASHINGTON The more you
look at -th record of Chin Bok
Him, tsar of tnt norm-, y"F
jrmhlin .rnnA that Of BIS
irieod ex-Congressmao John Al
len, tha more you wonoer now ie
ever appointed Allen to the Little
' The' mord'ot the Oiinese gam
hUr and the ex -Congressman is
spelled out in the Federal ourt
of San Francisco and Oakland and
there is no reason why the White
House couldn't have looked it up
before -making Allen under-secret-ary
of Commerce. There's also
no danger of libeL in quoting the
recora. ; ; .
Chin Bok Hint wallientenced to
10 vears in iaiL fined 120.000. and
threatened with deportation; ffor
cheating the government on S133, S133,-67
67 S133,-67 in income taxes J
The gambler,, sometimes called
"The Kina of the Cabbage Patch.'
wis convicted after the record of
the John 4. Allea-Trust Fund"
was brought into court and It was
shown : that thousands of dollars
in cash, won at the gambling ta
bles had been brought by Chin
to Congressman Allen's law office
and then siphoned off through de
vious routes Into real estate and
other business ventures. Thus,
Chin did not pay taxes on his
Although Allen's brother Liston
pleaded client lawyer relation
ship, U.S. Judge George Harris
ruled that the Congressman had
"translated his activities-- into
those of an accountant." not
Celebs About Town: Ethel Mer
man and Gypsy Rose Lee, stars
for over 20 years, meeting for the
first time at the "Gypsy' pre-re
hearsal sessions. ..Kim Novak sign signing
ing signing autographs for dozens of
school children near the New
York Museum. No pufflicity stunt.
Not a ohotoe in sieht ... Claire
Bloom of "Rashomon" dining 'at
Downey's in her full Japanese
makeup after tne matinee ..,-',fcr-mine-coveced
Marilyn M n f o e
creating excitement at the Met O O-pera.
pera. O-pera. She was mobbed...Red But Buttons,
tons, Buttons, slimmer via his special di,et,
happy being hack' in the Broad-
Garden premiere... John Jacob As-
tor,- tne -mum-mmiooiire, miing
with, the ,Casa Cugat maitre d' ov
er payipg-iheitfliniimim $. Merle
UoeronanafnusDap aowg: me
Etst HprUott spotlwith iPaulette
Goddard ... van uefun, star ot
Tempest." who never takes a keb
or car' anywhere hi Manhattan..,
Always uses The Shoe Leather Ex
learning all about Wall Street from
broker Henry Heaton... Jaime San Sanchez
chez Sanchez of "West Side Story" takes
Arietta Pginatari (Baby's niece)
to the StageDelly for Lox-and-Bagels...Coasters
tell you not to
invite Dane Clark and any of his
"Bold Venture" cast to the same
screening... Ann Sothren's daughter
Tish (also a dish) fast becoming
a top teen model. ..Henry calahan,
corresponding with Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret (he was invited to the Roy Royal
al Royal Box in London theater last
month), is the chief decorator for
Saks Fifth Avenue. r
Sallies In Our Alley: At. McCar
thy's Steak House last night sooifc
music publishers were chatting a-
bout the Blng Crosby clan ... "All
his sons are working," observed
one of the group, "I wonder what
Bing said to them"..."Prob'ly on
ly two words," chuckled a wag,
"Ricky Nelson"...Overheard in Lin Lin-dy's:
dy's: Lin-dy's: 'Think Perry' new $25 mil
lion contract will Change him?
... 'WhytiKcd thatr money
change him? All that success
Memos of a Midn'ighter: Frank
Costello shares his Atlanta prison
cell with seven hill billy moon
shiners, who never heard of him
Georcre Rat is- dnlnt? the stace.
door-Johnny bit at the Latin qual-3Massey and: Christonher
ter in honor of gorgeous Diana wouldn't reheftnexwh j
Hamilton...Beautifnl ''Destry Rides
Again" dancer Lillian Doneau is
Boner of the Year: The big tch tch-tch
tch tch-tch in ho'el circles (especially in
Greater Miami) deals with tne
orize Eoof of them all... The vic
tim is a new multi-million dollar
hotefc thearcbitect of which 'birflt
over 150'luxurious cahanas.Ali
of then! in the shade!!)
Broadway Lights: The Mike Todd
estate will-be the -target for an
other accounting suit flung by
MQM producer J. Pasternak...Koz
Russell and husband Fred Bris Bris-sohii
sohii Bris-sohii producer !of Auntie Mame,"
li&flxmtoiM'ttA th'- White
House; Tne :f President and Mamie
roared t tthe comedy... Otto Prem-
ihger's form of. criticism: Replac
ing Lana Turner, who resignea
A F t II
irom. .- Anaiomy a muruer.
with Lee Remick, who is an In
eenue...Don't Invite Allen and De-
Wood, the comics-to any party,
after their Chez Paree booking.i
They are splitting the act and
each other's head"-... Don't ditto
former sweeties Peggy King and
maestro Andre Previn...For the
first time an entire cast has been
nominated for a "Tony." Th- "'-a
Plume trouDe...The comic Jackie
Kannons expect te-lUtle oistol ...
Nobody can. figure hy Rymohd
ly. reolacing injured Pat Hingle in
New York Novelet: It's a good
story without names and why
spoil a girl's gimmick? ... It is
4a Arvvt twkrllAtve. tliAt tthA'A
one of the lookers at The Latin Q
.Several of the girls w.rned that
her new data was a nice ieuow
rich, and pleasant company. But
for some reason that eiuoea tnem
all. he never bought gifts or hand
ed them currency or sent flowers,
etc.. .Our Heroine went right a
head, anyhow... After two weeks of
dinner-dates she cooed: "would
you take my paycheck and invest
it for me in some good stocK7'..
Yes. he would.. .To make an im
pression a week later he handed
her a few hundred burf (from his
own bankroll) and said she Stock
he 'invested' the check in had paid
off.. .So she does it every week and
winds up with more than she gets
show-girlmg- ..v The Latin Quarter
sals tcan't 'get oven her Genius .
Neither can she!
As a result, liston Allen spent
hours on the witness stand admit
ting that cash had come into the
"John J. Allen Trust Fund'' and
then was invested in various legi
timate business enterprises.
congressman Alien, wnen que
ried about the transactions at the
time of the trial, alibied; "I was
simply acting as a lawyer. I didn't
worry about where he got his mo money.
ney. money. I didn't know the history of
his funds or of any other trustee
U. S. Attorney James Grady
chtrged in Federal Court, howev however,
er, however, that the Government had trac traced
ed traced $2,000,000 of the Chinese gam gambler's
bler's gambler's money to a single compa company,
ny, company, the "Gerdon Land Corpora Corporation,"
tion," Corporation," set up for Chin by the Al Allen
len Allen -law firm.' '-
tioo at about the time-, hit superior,
Adm, Lewis Strauss,., also comes
up for Senate--scrutiny as Secre
tary, c commerce, n
The Russlai tf awfep that cut five
cables in the Atlantic is believed
to have, been searching for new
underwater devices that the Navy
sinks in the ocean to warn against
submarines.' The Russians know a
bout-these top-secret devices ani
want to get hold of ne in ordec
to invent some' way 'to counter
theme .From pnuadeiphia, where
Betsy Ross designed tie first A A-merican
merican A-merican flag;" will- come the lat
st AU-staj, flag, The lirst of the
new flags wui ne. presented by
nara-woraung sen. isugn scon,
Pennsylvania Repubuean. to Sen.
Ernest Gruening, Alaska, Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, as part of Philadelphia's Ju July
ly July Fourth celebration.- .Sinclair
weeks, former secretary of. com commerce,
merce, commerce, has been cruising on a
yacht, not at al anxious to come
to Washington W testify in the fa famous
mous famous Channel J case- involving its
friend Robert Chbate of. the Boston
Meraia Traveler, who pressured the
FCC to secure a TV license. He
can't cruise indefinitely, however,
and eventually a subpoena will
catch up with him. .Congressman
Howard Smith of .Virginia is se
airaia tne supreme Court, will or.
der public housing projects dese-
sicKftvca uibi ne i uying jo not
tie up the housing bill in his Flouts
Rules Committe indefinitely. .
The Air fcorce wift'aitempt to fire
a space rocket 250 million miles
to Venus during the second" week
in June. Air Force scientists figure
it will take from mid-June to mid mid-November
November mid-November for the rocLet to reach
Venus. Lite- rockets will be aim aimed
ed aimed at Hercury and Mavs
CAPITAL NIWS CAPSULI
Dulles' Cheer John Tnntpr Dnl.
les is so cheered over his meclieal
progress that he has told friends
he expects to remain definitely
as secretary oi state, his doctors
have told him the cancer is not
only growing slowlv biwa ase of
his advanced age, but is respond
ing io A-ray treatments. ;
Dulles hoDes to be back at his
desk by the end of the month,
Staee Door: Larry Kert. lead
ing lad in "We'st Side Story,' is up
for the lead in the film, "Strike
Heaven in the Face." He'll know
in a fortnight... Mae .Barnes (of
Bon Soir) is on leave to appear in
Belafonte's film, "End of the
World".;. "Redhead" and 'Flower
Drum Song," big hits, are by Her
Au but one share of stock was
owned by, Chin, the single share
being owned by the Congressman's
brother, Donald Allen. The Gov
ernment snowed that the name
"Gordon came from a combina combination
tion combination of the names of Chin's sister-in-law,
Gertrude Chin, and Donald
An illustration of how the tax-
evasion scheme worked was shown
in court. 'The Chinese gambler
brought $6,000 into the Allen office
on Arpil 17, 1945. On April 18 he
brought in S25.840.50. on April
he brought in $4,900- Nearly all
these deposits were in cash.
The money after being deposit deposited
ed deposited in the "John J. Allen Trust
Fund." was then invested in real
estate and other ventures all over,
central, lauiornia. wun mea tax
Meanwhile,. he, is, dictating major
State Department nolicv from hia
hospital bed. Within an hour af
ter the latest Soviet note on Ber Ber-lin
lin Ber-lin was received, Dulles telephon.;
ed f or a conv to be deliverad tn
him at the nospital.
the Long Ago: Lew Fields (Weber, th. witI1M. .Und
and Fiew) --we a i recoraw tne ,ut transactions.
dtm"dt P.rS,1: owed
.ffiSS&SS V my Mr Joto betoe I
LLZST; eime-hi. parteer in 1942."
Brother John is the ex-Congress
lli.....rri.iii, i i'Vi.,-jii LnT iinimlrt,aT riffiifii m
The patterns which "Jack
Frost" paints on windowpanes
are usually made by the erys-
Ing room, offered her "enemy" her
. tn a. U
t, m nwSSr JZ:,r irom Oaklind, Calif, who has'
nTffia STSSJK ??w become Under-Secretary of
editorial oages for his goodwill- ee. talliaation of the moisture in
mD!lwaaonng...uinin onoro ptb Jf,m,. frr.rnrv uj
the highest fee for guest The ilirjl.rrS'.unlwted room. The patterns
nd author ot "Majority -l"rr;t'ZL
didn't want Gertrude YSSSi
helns a w to me It
riot They wanted Thelma Ritter.
producer and author of "Majority !?-f.S.!"A-2S re caused, first, by the struc
Of One" didn't want Gertrude --;- ;-
t CjFRAMEDl!ve standing way up straigni. mot j
rwifcraffe iidwarfad by the body of his mother, Lotte. at the
,A Knkfurt Cwmany, Zoo. Though only a few days old, the
iuite e bit to equal mom.
To Ban Buildinas
vn Flood Areas
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
l'ennesse Valley Authority (TVA)
recommended today that com
munities ban buildings in areas
which might be hit by floods to
help save lives and reduee fed
eral outlays for dams and levees
In a special report to Congress
TVA urged that federal funds for
local flood control projects oe
given only to ocalities which
adopted zoning and other ruies
"to orevent the unnecessary
spread of buildings and other im
provements in areas subject to
v It said local communities should
guide their growth so that their
future neveiopment win ne Kept
out of the pain nooa waters.
The retort warned that' the pre
vention Dial) was urgently needed
were creating new areas of po-
tental Hod danger faster then
dimi and levees could be buuu
TVA said it had operated such
a p'jin in the. states It covert
tor the past six ; years.
TVA Chairman Herbert D. Vo
sel and Director Arnold R. Jonei
said in an accompanying letter
they already had submitted the
iilawaaeil i 1
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NICE WITH MICE-Judlth Ann Singer, prefers mice to
men o far, at leastv The ll-yearold Memphis, Tenn., high
school senior exposes a white mouse to X-rays to study radla--tion.
She's been chosen one q the country's topatience students,.
5 Hardy heroine
S Tennis stroke
15 College ot the
27 Cinema roll
29 Painting cult
34 Fairy king v
37 Kind of ball
31 Allowance. ....
: (at waste .
J9 Stage sueceis
V4 Singing voices
? Domino spot
-J Football i
. uortr.it ''-H
S Measure :;:'v
4 Baseball taps '-i
i '-i I -the mark
m jio Molding
nart "df the conspiracy to evade
taxes.' This war drooped when the
'Itfaat '";Stf i'ChatacWs: ftantiUn ; IMiAfteTdiRtWok 9s.
Carter, composer w au i ui w, . ..... ,.3 t ,is.
Love" (recorded by the Duanes), Not 2 AUen: now omes up
is a U.S. Internal Kevenue agem peiore me naw- yx comirma-
...Billy Hayes, currenuy at me
St. Regis Maisonette, started his
career singing western union uuc uuc-grams...The
grams...The uuc-grams...The night dub entertainer
who- call, herself Jewel Brynner
shaved her head to look more me
Yul Brynner, the star...Ward Cos Cos-tello,
tello, Cos-tello, the leading man of "Enemy
of the feopie,' was a uniH;
writer for the Journal-American
and, city editor of The Yonkers
Statesman..,One of Germany's top
actresses, Vera Wicht Manetti,
umrlr Waitress in Chlcaeo. To
oav her war through medical
school...The traffic cop at 6th and
32nd, who doesn't use a whistle.
Gets the same snrui souna mrougn
his teeth. 1
Coat-tiCoast Jet: Marie Mc
Donald's all-of-a-sudden is Harvey
Bernhard, ex of Julie Wilson ...
T.anch Reventlow's romance with
Jill St. John must be serious. He
opened a charge account for her
t Wil WrUht's ice-cream parlor in
BevhiUs...Eddie Foy srd's resi no,
1 la Terrv Manning of the A. Mur-
rv TV show. Terrv. a dancer.
may be signed by i?0th ... It will
comeas a surprise to eernanao
Limis tha his first wife, Lydia,
arrived in Baltlmor from Argen Argentina
tina Argentina :mnA U due in Manhattan this
wmV Trader Vic's policy appeals
to celebs. Thv do not allow pic
tures to be taken W'tne mmiy-iu
olace ... The fur-linefl coats ana
Muscovite hats Macmillan's entour
ge wore Moscow were remea
Vffm Moss Bros., London dress
-ental firm. ft"
Tsounds-in-bie-Night: At Et Morbc Morbc-"Is
"Is Morbc-"Is sh'Hhat uv'e wlM" .v.
'Jo. he's that wife's guyl"... At
r mn'i' fm h rnmes. New
-'ork' apWfri toiTh ; tte Laie
' .Sowl''.:.At Armando's! 'Let'a go
ver to vour oice"-enn Keen wna wna-uo
uo wna-uo all nieht'..At the Pintree:
Isn't It funny how vung his mon money
ey money makes him JtookT",'M
conditions the frost encounters
as it iorms. liny icrBvcnn
glass, dust particles, the direc
tion of 'liiiaKef.
Answer to Previoue Puale
22 Organ parU
24 Play role
21 Kind of
30 Female hares
31 Poker stake
35 Leait covered
to hounds 40 In a row '
43 tennis -45
- wears It:
47 Leave oil' oil'-48Pnt
68 Atop ; ;..
U Former . ?
. .Brazilian ;
55 Psyche parW
r T It -i "T "7 IT y T. "7
if"" )j iTT ir T T 7"
plan to President Eisennower.
;4 MostfixMiwa .Hr is;
Al PATCAMA AMEKICAM Alt INUBPENDEJJT'DAILTWEWSPAPl
I L VI J' j aiiUjpiL.tjOu wrf'MKui.. m...mmm.mmmmwmi m
. '$5.f .J
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. SHAPES OF PAUL BUNYON'S iCBABE" There-B more to this huge replica of Here-f
xum waar uiuu (necis, wie-cr- ihiiw -:..uo V'aInP lSf-JWl-long piBSIlC Sieer DBS been
featured in several national jpattle -)ow and exhibitions. Inside, displays illustrate hoyf thrf
-vital, organs of the real animal convert feed into beef and how a cow mak'es ttiilk. So lifelike ..
. fathe exhibit thai the teer Ixodjr gives oft the sound of his heart beat. On loan to the'
Agriculture Dept. fThe Champ" is being aent-tovitaimpMo
tb tales of ,U.Sfarm products abroad. ,.Z2... --"
CHICAGO (UPlis-Tousancfs ok
'swdli' (folftrlfcutors, ana the skilled
hands of physicians teamed up
give little David Stewart chance
today for a normal .We.
Doctors it Children' Memorial
Hospital said DayjcJ,' JO-month
Although" they termed, the sur sur-ferv
ferv sur-ferv a relative suecess," doctors
cautioned that the next day or; so
' would be "cruciai" in David's de-
ternunea ptruggie. lywaiu 11:0-;
..Dayid of ,YaHero?ir,EC-. sub"
Hie W00J vessels, otiU heart, a
conation ,(hich prevented his.
Wood from, getting tenough oxygen.
1 As a result,, hjs.. skin ha4 a blu bluish
ish bluish tinge and his development was
stunted. He lacked the strengtn to
Walk or sit up because of the "de "detect
tect "detect and faced an early death.
But that was before David's
plight' became known to. thou
lands of Mendsand 4 well-wishers
around he counttyi'-jHis parents,
Mr. and Mrs Thomasv Stewart,
Wouldn't afford, to hring tfevid to
Chicago.jiWhere, the- operafioa tor
Francisco newspkper took ui "the'
l&Uiie and soon "dollars ,3:or ua ua-Md'"?
Md'"? ua-Md'"? campaign snowballed into a
tlO.000 fund to finance the trip
ind the opefation.
. The Stewarts lew. tc Chicago
feom San ancisp-B4 David
td with the hospital."- ,"- .-
David was wheeled into the op-
rating room shortly before noon,
yesterday for the life-or-death .0 .0-eration
eration .0-eration performed by a team of
ome of the-best heart- surg'eons
ir.the 'world. Vr-
Honor Socieiy Adds
f rdirn Balboa Hfiih
ten seniors and twelve juniors
if Balboa High School will be m m-jucted
jucted m-jucted into the National Honor
lociety in4he 4radiUoual tapping
eric.lK.be held-jyUr ,31 at
K.srt.'.a.rtkin. thpr -Balboa' Theater.
lie mglf 'school. will addf ?$s the
htembersf fojt' th- society following
.ThA,memberi"Of .the society are
Jslacte4vtro4WrW sen sen-hi""
hi"" sen-hi"" -Students irSf ialDuaS Hittt
Miortt hvl.k'i; facility, r, committee;
fW selections axe idii:.on thr
Seniors selected for membership
ire David Adam," Elia-;Chaluja,
Henry Lavepder, Rosie Ann, Dean,
(iarol Dimpfl, Judy .lenniken,
Mtfnifov ShirlPV !Ti1lmnn
parilyi "Vard and Sarah; ,ite-
Juniors to be tapped Jntc tlie
locjety are Alfred Archibald, Ray
Caldwell ThomasHofesiro Hjano
Viz, Gart Ness, Georgetambo
Barbara Jartlett, Jo Aime-Fij lds
Kay Flowers Naomi Iitvi,. 4udy
Retlinget 'and Grace Vale,-'"-
The current membersluD-roTl of
Ihe-Society-': i-n-l d if David"
Browne, yen Bennetft. Kolandq
Aihospkalpokesman said Da Da-yid
yid Da-yid came out of the long opera operation
tion operation in ."satisfactory" condition.
He will remain- under an oxygen
tent during the next three; critical
days -in his efforts to recover.
The anxious parents were heart heartened.)
ened.) heartened.) by J)avid's survival of the
operation itself and bis progress
se far.. Stewart was confident Da'
vid would ahake it the rest of the
way toward a full and happy life,
FLAIR FOR LUCK
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) A
man with a flair for luck par parlayed
layed parlayed a $10 bill into $112,000 at a
casino dice table here,' according
to a "Strip" hotel official.
Ivari Annenberg said the un unidentified
identified unidentified man held1 the dominoes
for Jon; houg tvandv5$' ipinulcs
lasf nigllt, one of tite longest dice
rmA in Flamingo Hotel history.
Annenberg, following hotel policy,
would not identify the man, say saying
ing saying only that he was from Beverly
FOUR DIE IN FIRE
HONG KONG (PD-Four uer uer-sons,
sons, uer-sons, 1 ihcludih' ,a Sniall child,
were killed yesterday when fire
swept through a squatters' tium
district here. Tea persons were
Puts Balance Over Adequate: Defense
-1 r :
WASHINOTON. (UPI) Sen.
Jacob K. J.avits (R-N.YJ, term terming
ing terming himself 'stiill an Eisenhower
P0niihl1.oi H h a r it a fl j tndnv
tbat the idministratiQni; appeared
10 pe,puiung.,aigner pwoinjr u a
balanced budgets than on ade adequate
quate adequate defense forces.
He endorsed an increase of Up
tp two Mpon dollars in military
spending even if. it, upsets i-Prest-
4ent isenjiowef 's precariousiy precariousiy-SetTi
SetTi precariousiy-SetTi He thought the
President wpul agree "if he will
Search his own mind."
- Eisenhower goes before the
the people in a nationwide radio-
TV appearance tonight at 9:30 to
deliver a report on the Berlin cri crisis
sis crisis and. defend his military pro program
gram program agauut,what up to now have
been, hiefly,JDemocratic attacks.
tion that his new defense budget
provides all necessary strength
despite a 55,000-man military man man-power
power man-power cut. Democrats have
charged .he was puting his
balanced budget ahead of mili military
tary military needs.
, ,As far as was known, Javits
was the. first. Republican to raise
the, same issue,, going, considera
bly further In Ms statements dvas
any. GOP senator to date.
$ea., Lebenettiu Saitonrtall
Senate Armed Services Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, has said he would go along
with the President's military
budget as far as he could. He
withheld ny"further commitment
- Javjts aid he was "worried
about the fact the administration
chntm H-nHtftrV' tit ttnt hllrisnt
valuey Ul )fod fefei Value.
He said he! 1 thor6ugfily disagreed,
and Was ready to vote for what whatever
ever whatever was needed for defense.
"Thereniay very: well be a re requirement
quirement requirement for something in the
area of two billion dollars I don't
think it! iikdy to be any more
-but I'fltjWt ;lfai$-4:XlA it
u s necessary 10 unDaiance ine
budget on that account, I believe
that's what the people will, want."
Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-La.)
took issue with Eisenhower's de decision
cision decision to reduce Army and Ma Marine
rine Marine ground strength. He said the
self.' "H called -i;jsennower'g bal
budget an "out-and-out
nhaifim Kafhtecii Cox: TTom '"CuOT
Singnan. vecm':. rgKSion.w.A'W
to, Barbara KlipprjUIartha-MU
Haskell, Judjth Ho Carlos Kainv
NEW NBC VICE-PREXV
V$ NEW YORKTUP-David k
ri J-.as been eleotew t vies -ptlesidenf
It 1 Clot theNatidnaliBrdadcjisting JCoI
'i WBoliid Chaitraan!" R6bert it
1 1 ofi a n 0 0 a n f e d tHati,.Lvyii
gan, -Miroat Piereeiof ally' Reibart
Ada :Tapia,v Christoper.v Tate.
Margaret IVals and. Olivia WW
t ... t ... '4.
will be irt charge bT programs and
Mahotany China Closets 18.00
, witix Mirrors ....... .19.00
Vanities with Stool . .19.00
iRe4 tSprlng 4 12.00
Metal Desks . 29.00
i Chairs ....V
XftSBeji Tables . 12J.
ifvfe National A'vt. 41
Sweeps Ilolflh ;
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Eight
members of one family, six o
them childrenv jaied., yesterdayf
when- fire swept -ttew-Monff rnu
The victims were trapped in the
three-story brick; building afteft
the blaze oegaa m a tirst iioor
dining room. All were Negroes.
Police Captain Joseph Bonner'
said the fire was discovered by
Willie Mae Johnson, 17, Nwho was;
awakened by smoke. She woke
her father. Cornell, 42, and the
two. tried vainly to extinguish the
The father went back apstairs
and woke his wife and the others
while Willis Mae ran outside for
His wife. Anna, 39. threw her
4-yearKld daughter, Helen, outj
a second floor window and the
girl was caught by a neighbor.
Then she and her husband jump-
ed. Another daughter; Gloria, 15, A
also managed to escape.
When the -; blaze iiwa extin
guished, firemen brought out the.
dead the Johnson aaugniers,
Anne Lee, 20: Alice, 18; Delpmne,
13; Patricia, 8, and Julia 5 and
Darnell, 1 and Calvin, 9 months.
COMPLAINS OF PLANES
AMMAN,' Jordan (UPI) Jor Jordan
dan Jordan complained to the United. Na:.
tions Mixed .Armistice Commis Commission
sion Commission yesterday that two Israeli
planes flew over Ms territory
the 4ay before.
A CAL1 on ov. WilHam, E. Potter at Balboa Heights was included lst',WeeK;oni'the itinerary of these smiling lads, members of the
world-iamed. Mexican Boys Choir, who are visiting the Isthmus as parf of a'Mee-year world tour. The choir is now makint'Mnumber
of appearances in the Interior of Panama. It will be presented in the Canal Zone March 24, at the Balboa Theater. The performanca'
will start at 8 p m. There are 20 boys, between 8 and 15 years of a ge', m the chdir The director, Hugo Andrade Gomez, himself a for-' A
mer chorister, is 21. The choir was organized in Mexico City in 19 45; its members are replaced evey three years. Ort their present 1
tour, the boys have already jsung in Europe and in some of the' eoun tries of the Western Hemisphere.
OF OUR SUMMER
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HENDERSON RETURN
TOMORROW FROM TRW TO CHILE VA wL.
The British Ambassador to Panama Sir Ian anl lidy.Hen lidy.Hen-derson
derson lidy.Hen-derson wfU arrive tomorrow on the Relna del Mar from Chile.
AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON ENTERTAIN
JSSaY iSS C. AUAN TEWART, ISTHMIAN VISITOR Q
The inited States Ambassador to Panama Julian 7;B
ton enteAataed at Innch today at La Cresta in honor of C. AHm
Stewart, director of the Office of Central Amerlcahd. Pmni Pmni-maniaV
maniaV Pmni-maniaV Affairs. Department of State, who is TislttafPanajna.
"SLrtUsftoSSSidV Gen. Rldgely GdttwWWte
in Chief$aribbean Command; Canal Zone j"g&!&
Ur- Panama's Minister of Foreign Affairs Miru J; oreno,
I ..a .-mmnt ronreaentatives.
ano ovucj ut"""-
Naval OfUcors' Wives
The montly luncheon meeting
Ih. Naval Officer. Wes Club
will be 'Mid tomorrow at 12.30 at
The FUthteenth SNaval District
Headquarters Community House.
Sports attire will be the appro appropriate
priate appropriate dres in keeping with the
picnic luncheon. -.re.
Union Church Auxiliary
The Women's Auxiliary of ;the
Balboa Union Church will spons sponsor
or sponsor a barbecued beef dinner tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from 5:30 to 7 at the -ehurch.
Mrs. L. C. Hasenwnn, Balboa
2689, in charge of reservations.
J l.tt Reserve. Auxiliary
Plans Rummago Sale
3 The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Association, Branch
i IT, will hold! a rummage sale Sat Sat-I
I Sat-I trday in thi Boy Scout Budding
110 at Paraiwr
1 The event will start at 9:30 a.tn a.tn-and
and a.tn-and will continue through the af af-f
f af-f ternoon. Persons wishing to make
contributions are invited to caU
J Mrs. Peggy Beard, president of
" the auxiUary, at Naval 3575.
t Cwundo Women's Club
' : Th rirrunrfu Women's Club will!
h ;: .11
i Get the one and onjr
' $ ijf.
yy L 1
I i : v ..
' S .;
have a social meeting ainesflay
morning at 9 at weommamiy
Cnanial OHt Will MrR JODQ
Coney and Mrs. James Divt:,
tertainment will teaiure a oance
Miss Undo Sings
At Beaver College
Miss Lyamne Iindo, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 4, Undo of
Danom Oil a ttMItlher Of Xbl
Beaver College Glee Club when
the club presented its combined
concert with the Lafayette col college
lege college choir thig month in Murphy
chapeL Grey Towers c a mp s,
Th- rnncert wn nart oL the col
lege's two-day Fine Arts Festival
which opened with tne annual rro rro-terclass
terclass rro-terclass play contest. The' festi festival
val festival featnmri an exhibit of the
work of the students in the Fine
A annhnmom at Berver. Ml8S
Lindo has been' singing witb xthe
glee club lor two years. &mqnj
a member of the .liberal Artrde
panmeni at weaver.
Freth as all
Reaches you tartwally Starikt
Mad to ttay Actlvly Anti Anti-fptie
fptie Anti-fptie for up to 4 month in ua!
Inhibit or dertroy ALL type
of germ that fall
. & t
ni i i
ill a n
Casa! Jewelry Store
Central Ay. 15107
"What's Your Favorite
David Constable Disc Jockey
tywry Tyesday 4;30 to S p.m.
exhibition by Mr. aid Mrs. Jim
mtt niimi m-.
Rfriahmenti wllf be served at
the close of the meeting.
J. Hanrv Rannav Club
The Ladies Auxiliary of the J.
Keory Bonney Club will have an
Important meeting tomorrow eve eve-nlng
nlng eve-nlng at 7:30 at the last place of
metung in rarauo. ui mcmuera
Ire; urged to be on time.
Atlantic Camera Club
The C61or Division of the Atlan-
iJiic Camera Club will meet this
evening at 7: in tne uud nooms
at ,Mt. Hope. A recorded lecture,
Let's Change the Subject," will
Members are reminded to bring
live slides on the subject "Chil "Children"
dren" "Children" for the PSA competition,
and not more than- six slides for
the Annual Salon.
llames Of Eleven
PRINGBTON, N.J. (UPI)
Princeton University President
Robert F. Goheen yesterday an
nounced the names of 11 winners
of Rockefeller Public Service a-
wards for 1959-60.
Princeton administers the a a-wards
wards a-wards as a national trust .under
a grant (from John D.3kf-i
ler HI. The grants enable the" te te-cipientj
cipientj te-cipientj to spend six to nine
months at educational institutions
of their choice.
This year's awards bring the
tntai nf Rockefeller orize-recipients
to ,79 sidce 1952. The grants have
The winners are:
Dr. Dean R. Chapman, 37, of the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration; Dr. Oswald, L.
Christ, 43, Department of the In Interior;
terior; Interior; Miss Lily Mary David, 44,
Department of Labor; Louisj
Fangel,J4, U.b. inioriiiauwugfj
gency, Isiah Frank, 41, State T T-partment;
partment; T-partment; Harry Heller, 50, of
the Securities and Exchanges Com Commission;
mission; Commission; Dr. Louis Morton, 45,
of the Defense Department Ar
my; J. Robert Chetui, swue
Denartment: Marvin A. Schnei-
Trnrr 4f Mivennan, au, nwwus
anu noull rinaucB ninitj, wu
James H. Stover, 47, Department
of the Treasury.
Mother Dies After
Ua mrt Cam Uie
n earing OOF! yO!y
Strufck By Auto
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UPI)'
A 29-vear-old mother died Satur
day nizht three hours after she
had been told that her 7-year-old
son had been struck by an auto automobile
mobile automobile in Newark.
Doctofs said Mrs. Ann Weiss,
mifa nt IiMtu Pitv Fir Panlain
Walter Weiss, died of shock over
the bov'i accident.
The boy, Gerald, was in Jersey
City Medical Center, with intern
"'I t 1 1 I f
sum rrom Deiween Darxea cars.
He was hit by a car driven by
Vito Dacchile, 30.
ORDIRID FOR COURT
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (VPl)
Edward G. Robinson Jr., 25, son
of tne actor, nas oeen ordered to
appear in Superior Court Wednes
day on charges of violating proba
Superior Judge Allen T. Lynch
issued the order following young
Robinson s conviction, on a disox
derly conduct charge. Feb. 10
while on three years' probation
for a drunk drivinf conviction in
- Near Futrit y Iut ...
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NBA Feed and Markets Edr
Deep orange carrots, fresh and
firm are biirstiinz with -vitamin
A-taeeded for normal sight, bbne
formation and resistance to di
For flavor and texture, raw or
cooksd, they are one of your best
fresh vegetable buys. Cook them
m very Mttle boiling water, just
enough to keep from sucKing.
The flavor and texture are best
if cut in slices or sticks. A naii
teaspoon sugar to two cups of
carrots brings out flavor. Wew po potatoes,
tatoes, potatoes, peas, young onions, cele
ry, parsley or green Deans are
good with them.
Prosh Carrots with
Wash and srape 2 pounds
12 Students Make 'A Honor
Roll At Balboa Junior High
Th fnfllnwlntf students were
listed on the "A" and "B" honor
rolls at Balboa Junior uign
School at the end Mthe fourtn
"A" Honor Roll: Paula Badon-
sky, Susan Garcia, Mary Howe,
Mary Kelly, Eugene Luniors, Mar
gie Morris, Susan Ko&erts, Kaye
Sergeant, Barbara Slotkin, Mari Mari-Ivn
Ivn Mari-Ivn slotkin. Andrea Tarflinger.
"B" Honor Roll: Duchess Ad
ams. Pat Ahr. Gafl Albritton.
Greta Augustine, Louise Bailey,
jerry names, iynn uaquie, nor-
emce Barbour, Robert Bauman,
Connie Bernhardt, Cristina Bern-
see, Vilma Bernsee, Judy Berry,
Mardell Bittick, Robert Bohannon,
- SnSfiam Diane Brown, Ma-
Shot In Stomach
rATATJTi SiriW HTPU Bar.
ber Venerando Mangiagli was shot
in the stomach while shaving a
customer in his shop near here
Thn customer, not identified, had
a pistol in his pocket which went
tf I A 1.-11..
Mangiagli, 37, was mined to a
hospital in serious condition.
EFFECTIVE HELP for
Aathmilnd Bronchiti. attack, ru n
your Mmp, nndrmlna your trwia-th
and waakan your hart. Mandae
atarta to work throurh your blood to
overcom asthma, and bronehltla t t-Ucka.
Ucka. t-Ucka. It hlp dlsaolvo tra.ncllns rnu rnu-cua
cua rnu-cua and promotaa traa, y braath.
Ing. Mndoo' action I aHactlr ovan
In old and stubborn case. Ost Man Man-eaao,
eaao, Man-eaao, from sny drusstor today and
... kAw miiKh httr vou ahsto and
, braatha tonight, and how much botur
fht dlaeomforu t fathina. Broaij
anius ana uj raw.
Have You BougBt Your Tickets Yet ?
Have You Made Your Reservations?
to the 21st ANNUAL
MARCH. 20th, EL PANAMA HILTON
INTERNATIONAIj FLOOR ; SHO-
t ; 3 BIG DOdR PRIZES
Buyyof tlckctt' today from any C. Z.
Police Officer or Police Station.
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL:
Mrs, POLLY TRAIL
v 2-1619 Ifc "fi,f, f- ; 2-3082
BALBdA POLICE STATION
ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO MAKE RESERVATIONS
V i.v : t
fresh carrots. Cut into 3xl2-inch
strips. Plac in saucepan with
Vi-inch boiling water and 1 eta eta-spoon
spoon eta-spoon salt. Co-er and cook 10 to
12 minutes or until tender. Drain
and toss lightly with poulette
sauce. Garnish with fFesh pars parsley.
ley. parsley. Poulettt Sauce
Saute Vi cup sliced fresh mush mushrooms
rooms mushrooms and 1 'ablespoon finely
chopped onion in 3, tabjespoons
butter or margarine and tea tea-spacn
spacn tea-spacn fresh lemon juice. )Blend
in 2 tablespoons tlbur. Add 1V4
cups chicken stock and V cup
heavy cream. Cook until thicken thickened,
ed, thickened, stirring constantly. Stir in 1
teaspoon salt and dash gruund
white pepper. Mix a little of the
sauce with 1 egg yolk, beaten
and add to the remrining sauce.
Cook 1 minute. Pour over car carrots.
rots. carrots. ry Brown, Robert Burgener Ei Eileen
leen Eileen Buxton, Carlyn Calhoun, Don Donna
na Donna Carstens, Peggy Cassibry, Rob Robert
ert Robert Coffman, Laura Colbert,. Jeau Jeau-nie
nie Jeau-nie Colburn. Sally Cramer, Che
ryl Crawford, Philip Culberson,
Buddy Dempsey, John Donaldson,
Ellen Douglas, Elizabeth Draper,
Jonnie Dyer. r
Riphard Ebdon, Carol Farbmaa,
Janet Fields, Frank Finlason,
GeorSe Fitzfferald Marioie Flu-
rnach, Keitji Frederick, Funis
nes.e, Mine ruiop, uiana uan
non. Margaret. Garcia, Janis Gil Gil-lyilEdha
lyilEdha Gil-lyilEdha IGiaisSanifrafHamday,
Lef lena Hayden, Jaije Hearne,' Sa Sa-irftt'
irftt' Sa-irftt' Heres. 'Ahayans'i Berreraj A1t
len Hesters: David Hod ee Noreen
Jones, Katnryn Kascher Roger,
Kat Camille- Kendall, Robert Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Jean Kent, David' Kim
ine KBiwlflBijJalarfeKrapf lie lie-Brun
Brun lie-Brun Michael, Margie Leidemer,
Mary Lerchen, Michael Lester,
Ruth Litvin, Sue Luhr, Robert
Peggy MacConnelli, Pat MacKay,
Maesie Mahonev. Melinda Malla-
han, Elizabeth Mallor,;;-Sheryl
McKinoey, Mmes i McMahajE Greg
ory juicnaeiis, ma rauas- Liesiie
Missadl. Tim. Moore. Phil Moseley.
William' Mounts, Har.ry Munyon,
Charles Neal, Susanne Ness, Ma-
. T1 I1K J y-v 1 It. t
ryann XNiia, Aiirea usoorne, snei snei-la
la snei-la Osborne, John Oster, John. Pa Pa-terson,
terson, Pa-terson, Joe Peddrick, Thomas Pe Pe-rantie,
rantie, Pe-rantie, Lynda Perez,: Frank ,Pe ,Pe-terson,'
terson,' ,Pe-terson,' usseH Potter, becky
Powelson, Glehda Prunty,- Connie
Pustis, Rozlyo Rhodes, Susan Ri Riley,
ley, Riley, Joyce Rogers, Roger Rowe.
uiane saiasar, nauierine saniai,
Rpni ,' Sflrcpnt. JnHv Schlatter.
John Schmebser William, Schmidt,
Joan acnonen, jeeny scon, nicxy
Selby, Tavia SewiU, Wendell
Sheeoard. Terrv Southwell. Valerie
Spencer, Mary; Stallworth, Tont-
my Starkenberg, David strong,
Barbara Such, Joyce' Swenson,
JaneTuckermaa, Kenneth Under Underwood,.
wood,. Underwood,. Betty Van Dyke, Martin
Van Winkle, Leilani Walston, Su
san JValtz, Fed Wells, Carol Went
sler, Esther Whitney, Joan "Whit "Whitney.
Mr$. EDNA HOWERTH
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Ja j v VQ1073 VQ1073-475
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165 4 J A.,--
Both vulnerable ..v -V
Cast Sooth Wert Nerth
,1 1N.T. Pass JN.T.
Pass 3 N.T. Fan Pass
Pass l .-'
- Opening lead T
East has a sound opening bid
and every East opened with one
of some suit or other In the re
cent Poughkeepsie tournament.
Most North-South pairs reached
the no-tmra game against the
opening bid and everyone except
rrea irfcn of Miami made
either three or four jodd, . .. ,.,
Fred wound un maiintf.v-' riiix
and while East-did help out, Fred
was mere to execute a nice pro progressive
gressive progressive three-suit squeeze:
The Play started ou simoly
enough. West opened the seven of
diamonds since his partner had
bid that suit. South won in his
own hand and played the king of
ciuds tast took tne. trick and un un-derled
derled un-derled his ace-king of spades.
Fred, .went up with the queen and
ran off three club tricks. East dis discarded
carded discarded a spade and two hearts;
the last being an error.
Fred let the trey of spades go
anu men proceeaea 10 TBKe I OUT
heart tricks. This put further
pressure on East. He realized
that lie had to hang on to all his
diamonds and this left him no
choice except to get rid of his
ace and lung of spades.
This made F r e d 's jack of
spades good and left dummy with
the ace and king of diamonds for
the last two tricks
Q The bidding has been:
North East Sooth West
1 IV T
You, South, hold:
AK JIOM V&t 1H3
What do you do? i -.
A Pass. Ih spite- f yew Ave
spades yea are toe weak W aaak
a bid at this time.
The bidding continues with:
pass by West, double by North
.gad pass by East What do you
Straight 'A' Student, 11 Admits
Hatchet-Slaying Of Widowed Mbthfer
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Charles
Zubfyd, a straight "A" fifth grade
student who will be ll next month,
appeared relieved yesterday after
confessing the hatchet-slaying of
his widowed mother which had
baffled crime investigators for
more than two years.
The" tow-headed youngster who
weighs 90 pounds was sent to Al Allegheny
legheny Allegheny County Juvenile Home
Saturday after telling Dist. Atty.
Edward C. Boyle he nicked uo a
hatchet from a basement table and
struck his mother on the head be because
cause because she had treatened to whip
The boy was notutationed when
his mother, Helen, 35, was slain in
their nearby Sewickley home, on
Nov. 20, il95(USince thetfi inf esti esti-gators
gators esti-gators ran down more thah 1,600
1 t 4 A
ciues in a vain eaon to soive me
slaying. One man, whose two sons
were questioned about the murder,
died of a heart attack while lead
ing detectives to the Zubryd home.
Charles shed no tears', ag he de described
scribed described the ilavlne to Boyle.
"She Was coins: to whin me .with
an Army ueu, uiinei wui
. i l. ll I. 1L T 1 J
I ran down to the cellar, and
she came after me. That's when I
nicked un the hatchet."
The boy told Boyle he couldn't
remember "why my mother was
going to beat me."
Boyle Staid Charles jf'seemed
greatly relieved when-he finally
told us" about the crime.
Throughout the. intensive inves
tigation Charles had never been
a suspecf. The boy was brought to
authorities after his uncle and aunt
suspected ae knew mora aDOut tne
slaying than he had indicated.
Boyle said th fingerprints were
obliterated when a neighbor pull pulled
ed pulled the weapon from the victim's
Since 'the slaying, the boy had
made hii home with an uncle and
aunt, Michael and Margie Zubryd.
near Irwin, Pa. He is a top student
in his class at Washington School
Irwin, t ;J
Relatives decided to inform po
lice of their suspicions because of
the hoy strange penavior.
"He brooded a lot and got. sul
len, and sometimes wouldn't talk
to us ion two weeks ti time," sa
Mlnhaal 7jiKrviH V; "T.aUlv he
wouldn't, even play wlft the other
children' The uncle said the, boy
showed Ho interest u a basketball
and other, toys he had recived at
Christmas. v 1- -
The boy was unaware anything
was amiss when he started on the
trip to .PitUburglu'But. when -i the
car pulled into the; courthouse
parking lot, he exhibited concern
and beean b'tlne his fingernails.
Boyle wiH confer thes week with
-uvenile Court JudBe Gustav
Plani are being made for. i
equei. to 'Gigl' this one eo?
tarring Louis Jourdan and Leslie
caron as a marneo coupieana
the idea Is causing quite a stir in
Paris. Maurice Goudeket, widow widower
er widower of novelist Colette, tells French
journalists he Is aghast at the very
thought of such a thing, and. will
use all his influence o foil Holly
wood. .The girl star in a long-
running Broadway hit is giving
her bosses the same kind cf bead
aches Kim Novak. ; caused her
studio last yearonly, luckily cor
the theatre chaps, she isn't as val valuable,
uable, valuable, a t property" as JCim.
Pending her divorced settlement.
Mrs. Sammy Davis Jras.fileq
for unemployment compensa'ion
quite a far cry, from., the day
just after the wedding when "She
was linmg her shoe waroroae ana
showing off her fur i to photo-
giaplien from the saaonai 'ma
gazlnes...Asd Sammys other i curt
rent otonenti Frank Sinatra, is
the subject of air unlettered 1 en encomium
comium encomium by JiminyKJiCarantino,
whose editorial inaccuracies once
landed him In San VQuentin. The
title of Tarantino's book is a lulu
"The Sacred Sanctuary of Frank
Judy Holliday had a date with
Gerry Mulligan out in Chicago,
confirming her ... jms "feci h t
reappraisal of the romance. At
first they thought it was a passing
fancy, now y're begun to taie
it very seriously. .Jerry Lewis
has joined the ranks of perform performers
ers performers who now travel everywhere
with an entourage of least 10
persons. .Local, gendarmes, ex expect
pect expect a break in the bold Tiffany
jewel robbery very soon. .Carol
Haney's choreography for "Flow "Flower
er "Flower Drum Song" won critical plaud plaudits
its plaudits and offers from other produc producers
ers producers who'd like her to perform a
similar service for musical co comedies
medies comedies and Hollywood extrava extravaganzas,
ganzas, extravaganzas, but Carol yej-psj ajiostef
of all to return to the stage as a
performer, sj she's holding out lor
a role that would put her back in
the spotlight. .Comedian Hiram
Sherman is out of "First Impres Impressions,"
sions," Impressions," Christopher Hewett has
been chosen to replace him,
Rosalind Russedl, ,, delerjinine
not to give up bit long-awai'ed
vacation, lurnea aown siuu.uuu to
appear on an upcoming Jack Ben-
TRONDHEIM, Norway (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A 13-year-old boy was charged
t o d a t with the murder of a 16-year-old
girl at nearby vOrkdal.
He wa the youngea,tf iperon;v!er
charged with murder in Norway.
His name was withheld.
gsychiatric examinations for Char Char-is.
is. Char-is. Charles' father died 11 mnnth.
before the slaying. Rather than
accept charity, Mrs. Zubryd took
m washing and did other house household
hold household chores to support herself and
If authorities decide tn fil. mu..
der charges against Charles, he
wiu oe uie youngest murder de defendant
fendant defendant in the history of Alleghny
Charles aaid he struck his moth mother
er mother with the blunt end of th hatoh
As she lav on the floor j ha hit hm
tour more umes witn tne aha
edge, the statement sakks?
Immediately after the slaying
thefe was sympathy for the young youngster
ster youngster who was then believed to have
been orphaned by a powerful in intruder.
truder. intruder. After the slaying, Charles told
officers about his mother's Vlast
words." "She told me to work hard
er on my arithmetic," he said.
direct front Havana
. Bella Vista Saldbn
with Clnmnc Martin's) Orchtitra
TWO SHOWS fSKJHTLY (Except Mondayt)
:lSfe 11,15 p.m. vr '.
. 1 Hi Cpr 'No MlnlmUm Charge -
?y V PfcUcular. ; .The notioa
picture ; A1 Capone reveals many N
the famous lawbreakers Uttle Uttle-known
known Uttle-known personaUiy quirks. Foi in in-stance,
stance, in-stance, in a parlor game of "I.
Have-Never, Al could have won
several rounds, on his bank deal dealings
ings dealings alone. He never set foot in inside
side inside a bank.-and never had a bank
account in his own name. ;
.Italy's newest songwriter is
fun producer Vittorio d Sica.
who seems to have a hit In his
first effort, "Heart to Hearts .
Wri er Peter Viertel, who is : ex expected
pected expected to marry Peborah Kerp as
spoo as its legally possible, lis put putting
ting putting the finishing touches to" his
SLwist oveI "M o m e n t of
Troths Those who know him
best say the plot is based oh iht
Ava Gardner-Luis D o m i n I u i a
, x-JiH, vv v It
. Rocky Marciano'i plan tostep.
to the personal management
2Si3 ? -a tmC Pais wiU start
wlta. his sheherdiM of. a t groun f
galled The RolUckerL Get
for another Robert Rossellb ro
mance. He's about 'c0mb Italy
for a new.eitienia star-and he us usually
ually usually combines lafrl With Vmour...
Leo, StrasbergE,asdelifered a
bhstermg; lecture to his acting
studen.s, forbidding them to- di divulge
vulge divulge to the. outside world parti--
cuiariy the i myjjpi,$
occurrinr fwithin the aiowed
world of his thespian classes. And
good luck to him, but its very
hard o drop an Iron Curlain
around actors: they just love to
talk. .Cornell Wilde may need
The Girl Scout Bradv rparJfnH
leaving behind when he wept to
rniiaaeipnia ior the tryout of
"Destry Rides Again is Jo Dee
Dougher y, a beautiful redheaded
model. (Her terrible secret: she
actually wai christened Jnsenhlna
D. Dougherty the "D standing
for t?ard-" hr mom iris's
iMi( The new prograrii at the:
clicks: comedienne Fay e De Witt
and a West Coast canary. Ruin
Olay. Both stopped the show cold
. .Martha Raye was funnier than
ever on the taping of the next Mil Milton
ton Milton Berle stanza. Chums think she
as particularly relaxed bersusa
Ittst before the performance she'd
Mn joined by bridegroom Bob
O'Shea after a tearful domestic
battle, and her personal life was
ail swell again. -
Fknkle Ortega is a dynamic at attraction
traction attraction at the Embers. He makei
his piano Dlavine mor fa
i8 by rising in the?"-'- tyt
cnorus xo strum the piano strings
as If they were Dart of a hsro ...
Some members of the Internatio- :
nal St are bettine Charlna Ph.. 1
plin will find a reason for visitinf
the United States within a year.."
Beloved funnyman Ed Wynn will
do a series of kiddie discs for
Riverside Records. s
Girls 5, Boys 4
Girls outnumbered the boya
five to four in the births at
Coco; Solo Hospital, during the :
week ended at midnight Wed
nesday, March 11,: according to ;
the hospital jeport.: Durinet-tha
same period v (5g-patientatweri
uauuivcu ua it were oiacnarg
Parents of. the .girls are Mr.
and Mrs. Renaldo Henry, of Co Colon;
lon; Colon; sfc. and 'Mrs. Roy Hitch
ings, of Ftir-GulipX: -Mri -and;
Wr. Jflguel -Vargas, -6fOolon;1
YN-l ajid Mra.' Clareric Morriav-i
or voco soio; ana Blc. and Mrs.
Kenneth Hollen,' of Ft.- Gullcto
Boys were "born to Mr. and
Mrs. Dfcvid Mann, fCoco Solo;
Bfe; and Mrs. Aurelio Vega, of
Ft Dayls; Mr. and Mrs, Dlonl Dlonl-slo
slo Dlonl-slo Vltola, of Colon; and Dr.
and Mrs. Jaime .Barraza, of
Schramm, and wUli arrange for
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PAMASCUS, U.A.H. (UPI) -President
Qamal Abdel Nasser f
the United Arab Republic predict predicted
ed predicted today the abortive Iraqi re-
irhit. nnp wpptr nun. "will nnt h
'tfcj ,pt e!ffi8n3 long as there
leinaiiis in iraq uictaio: ,), amc amc-ism
ism amc-ism and terrorism."
..The prediction wag Nasser's lat latest
est latest in a barrage of attacks on the
leftist regime of Iraqi Premier
Abden Karim Kassem. He re referred
ferred referred to Kassem and his govern-
fwh4e rg6im5t'-Iraq W
"linn (jnmwimiat n rtafAretifn
. Masser addressed, several thou
sand Lebanese who crossed the
border into Syria, for the weekend
to visit iDamascuifTTheblast at
Kassem was the "fourth Nasser
has 'made since last week's Mosul
HRJOltifiikt thri JHkiMiddle, East
into neW iaHciOm tlx
Tension increased Saturday
when the United Arab Republic
charged three Iraqi- air force
fighters penetrated Syrian ,-ur
space and launched strafing and
set iaracKS'.tHKVUiaoes ; d ve-
d d bviHadio?. bro-a d-
casrxioreigm ministry statement
that said "this is one of a chain
The statement also demanded
that the U.AR. "take decisive
action" te 'st the infiltration of.
Jwifica llt .said'eonatitutes a dan
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8 fm TUESDAY EVENING
Under tho auspices
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or more. Preliminary tests
Lebanese In" Damascus
The tension in the-Middle Eat
spilled over ihto Isf ae:, longtime
enemy of the Arab states.5' An
Israeli" sDokesman said that
Jordanians artd"syriaiil Mfl tft
tacsed Israeli settlers ?Sfl wttlew
scattered parts t tne border. An
Israeli foreign 1 ministry :i spokes:
man said Israel took ""an'
extremely grave- VfeW? of resump resumption
tion resumption of the, attacks oh Israel.
Nasser toW the iiebanese crowd
in Damascus .that the Commu Commu-iwBut
iwBut Commu-iwBut Ifiould not believe in athe
...But I could not believe in athe atheism
ism atheism . .1 knew that the Com Communist
munist Communist mjssiori was Sounded on
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Arab nationalism. The Arab peo
Die did not fight jgainst-imperii
ism to hand Aviin tlja-Irib t.
land;" Nassernafd? V
The crowd applauded and shout shouted
ed shouted wildy and there were screams
of "down with the Communist
atheists" and "down with Kassem
SUES ANN SHERIDAN
LOS ANGtTLES UPIKActress
Ann Sheridan has" beeif !ued lot
recovery of an alleged $16,000
loan made four years ago by
theatrical producer Edward Sartu.
Sartu asked Superior Court in a
suit filed today to attach MissShe MissShe-ridan's
ridan's MissShe-ridan's Enctno, Calif., home. Nam
ed as co defendants in the com complaint
plaint complaint were Mexican 'film'' produc producer
er producer Rudolfo Acosta and Tara, Films;
of First Church oft
lecture wilt b I'
As .'BloddWedding' .jDpero Tonight
' 'History Will b in the making
when the curtain goes up, tonight
at the National Theater for vhe
performance, in, English, of Fede-.
nco Garcia" Lof ca' play, 'Blood
Wedding." Tomorrow night, the
same play will be performed by
the same oast, nut with one alight
difference: this time in Spanish,
and.-entitled. "Bodaa de Sangre.".
This drama fol life ia central
Spain la being sponsored "by .the
Panamanian-North; American 'As 'Association,
sociation, 'Association, in cooperation with the
Teatro Experimental de1 Panama
and the Theater Guild of the Can
al Zone, and, is believed to be oneJ
of the first attempts, anywhere-?-certainly
in Panama- in which a
single bilingual .cast i utilized,
capable of presenting? play. 6n
successive nights in j. different
languages. ' .;'
In the production of this play',
Donald Musselman,; professor of
dramatic arts ..at Balboa- High
School, has assembled group of
artists who have distinguished
themselves in theatrical produc productions
tions productions in both Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone.
The xc hief protagonists include
Shirley Berger, who will be re remembered
membered remembered for her roles under the
direction of Paul Davis; Egla
Blouin, who is a writer and poet
in her own right; Eduardo Fran-
Makes Honor List
At New Mexico U
STATE COLLEGE, N.M. Helen
0. Tilley of Panama City is one
of the 21 students in the touege oi
Teacher Education at New Mexico
State University appointed to the
Dean's Honor List for the fall
To achieve the honor list a stu student
dent student must be registered for 12
hours or more and earn a grade
point average of 3.2 or better out
of a possible 4 grade point ior me
semester. -, '-.
Miss Tilley is the daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tilley, of Pa
nama City. A 1955 graduate ot
Balboa High School, Canal Zone;
Miss Tilley was active in the Na National
tional National Honor Society, the band,
chorus, orchestra, dramatics, the
Camera Club, and the Math Club.
erf w "'
A junior at New Mexico State
majoring in elementary education,
Miss Tilley is in the state univer university
sity university band arid is secretary of Tau
Beta Sigma, national honorary
band sorority for women.
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gias, remembered ior his leidinz
roles in productions of the Jeatro
Exnerimental. and Edgar Ameclio.
who -has distinguished..himselL.in
several Canal Zone' productions.'.
The elect?oof 'Blood Wed
ding" is in itself also i unique
periment; for although, the plays
of the .grew poet, Federjca Garcia
Lorca,,v have been ptopularin. Spain
and -some of ..the ether oanislH
speaking" countries, -the theater fcf
other .countries has only recently!
vsubiii. ujj wiui oc Mill iraB
ginattve .dramatic., styteC .i"!'-
Federieo Garcia iVaUejc yhd is
for the play. It will be music conv conv-posed
posed conv-posed by Lorca Jiimself. This ia
friend of ; the poet years ago; In
Spain: and orovided the musical
pacKground for Lorca'l own pre1
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WASHINGTON (uPIJAf 4:35
p.m. on Dec. 30. U5i, cecu w,
Kelley puihed a button,
xue cuuob wi on j ewitcn at
the top of a J25'gaUoB steel tank,
lb Incnei in diameter, in Boom
311 atthe Atomic Energy Com Com-minion's
minion's Com-minion's Loi Alamoi iclentlf ic
laboratory in New Mexico. The
iwuch looks Juit like the light
iwitchee In the ordinary home or
apartment. ;"-v :
Xflley. SI, hatf puihed thebutf
ton many tlmee boore?AIl it ever
did w i it art a macbanleal agi
titor. a Waded stirring deyice in
he Botiom or. we una.
That's aU it did this time. But,
rhu time, there wai an accom
panylng 'blue flash' and a muf muffled
fled muffled rpwt, Kelley ran from thf
room crying wat ne was "Burning
At' 1:18 a..m. Jan. 1, just 8S
hours and 89 minutes after ha
puihed the button, Kelley wrt
dead. By starting the stirring de device
vice device he had performed the final
get in a series of cts wnicn, m
sum. created the Itomio chain
reaction whose radiations killed
The accident happened In a Plu Plutonium
tonium Plutonium recovery plant which had
been operated by Kelley and Oth
ers for 7Vi years with cotnpluU
The Atomic tnergy UHumiA UHumiA-slon
slon UHumiA-slon in en official report today
said that "tha accident was di-
rectly attributable to errors on
the part of the deceased operator
durlna a series of transfers of
Plutonium ana orgamq., solutions
between container! in i chemiogi
Plutonium recovery process."
It also was attributable to a
chain of fateful circumstances, it
involved safety margins' measure
able in fractions of an ounce end
fractions of an inch.. It is literally
true that a plus of two-fifth 0f
an men killed jteiiey.
sionable material whieh ii a vital
part of most nuclear weapons.
Briug together enough plutonlum
ip th right geometrical shape
and ypu get a Tcrltlcal assemblv"
capable of sustaining a fission
chain reaction, puch reactions aaa
ud to, bombs if. uncontrolled or to
reseerobiiffr power. essembHee--if
controlled. In lthei casj, the.v"M-
lease deadly radiation.- ;
The ABC report says xeuey m
i number of thines he shouldn't
have done, But the circumstineti
Reeovery of Plutonium from
what otherwise would be waste
material i a step-by-step process
involving movement of liquids
from one vessel to another, a lot'
of recycling, a lot of filtering, a
On the day of Kelley's chain of
mistakes, Los Alamos was taking
an inventory of olutonium at va
rious stages of the pr.oce.st. it so
nappeneo mil piuionium-oeanng
materials which normally would
have: been handled separately
were washed from their tanks into
another larger one.
Standard operating procedures,
the AEC laid, "reaulre" aeoarate
handling of such materials.
In any event, shortly before 4:315
p.m. on Dee. 30, IBM, the 88-inch
stainless steel tank in Room 311.
known as the "solvent treating
tank contained the component;
of catastrophe for. Kelley,
ai mo noiiom waa a water solu solution
tion solution containing a small amoun
of plutonium. Floating on top of i
was a lighter solution of organic
material containing a bit more
than seven pounds of plutonlum
This floating layer was elgh'
inches thick and 38 inches in d
ameter. It was "subcritical." I
could have floated there forever
without hurting anybody if nothing
was added to its plutonium eon
tent and if its shape remained
But Kelley, standing on a two two-step
step two-step ladder,, pushed the button
that started the agitator. As the
Los Alamos experts reconstructed
the event, the stirrine device
forced water from the underlying
solution up the wan of the tank,
creating a bulge in the more heav heavily
ily heavily impregnated floating layer.
The layer's thickness was In Increased
creased Increased an average of two-fifths
of an Inch. It was enough to
change its shape into a "super "supercritical
critical "supercritical configuration.'
When things happen in the in in-flniteiimel
flniteiimel in-flniteiimel world of the atomic
nucleur they happen fist. At, far
as Kelley's senses could tell him,
all the things that happened when
he pushed the button happened at
once. In a tiny fraction of a sec second,
ond, second, 150 million billion plutonium
atoms were fissioned.
There was the' "blue flash? the
too late 'signal that, deadly
aroout of radiation, had been re-:
leased at velocities equal or close
l that of -lht. There was the
Kelley was, knocked off his stool.
The tank wat displaced three-
eighths of as inch but was not
ruptured, thanks to the .compara
tively small amount of plutonlum
ifivoiveq anq me snon aurauon oi
;he criUeal assembly.
A radiation indicator in a build build-ig
ig build-ig 179. feet away triggered, an
larm, and the entire plant wm.
vacuated, But in the seconds be be-ort.that
ort.that be-ort.that could be done, Kelley
a running through a door ery ery-that
that ery-that he was "burning up."
That was significapt. You can
tko killing amounts of radiation
- 40 to WO Roentgens without
lellng a thing, But Kelley, it was
'itablished later, had received
l.ooo, Two colleagues who ran to
tip him got sltabla doses but not
nough to sicken them, They felt
othlng. The violence of the burst
lus the diluting effect of the stir--tng
had destroyed the critical
sembly and stopped the reec
In ell the history of the U.S.
-toralc project Only two others
had been killed by radiation in
"critleality accidents." Harry K K-Daghlian
Daghlian K-Daghlian died 24 days after re receiving
ceiving receiving a dose of WO Roentgens in
September, 1848. In 1948, Dr. Louis
B. Slotin died after being exposed
to something like one-sixth the
dose thst Kelley got,
Fifteen minutes after he pushed
the button, Kelley went Into deep
shock. About six hours liter he
came to and was able to tell of
the flash, th muffled report, and
e subsequent "rumbling sound"
he had beard.
He remained rational and com comfortable
fortable comfortable until nearly the time of
hit death, 3:15 a.m. on Jan. 1.
Slotin and Daghlian died more
slowly and more horlbly, Kelley
apparently suffered damage to
the central nervous system which
carried him off faster and more
mercifully A fuller resort is be
ing prepared which may provide
new ciues on now rsuanon Kins.
Kelley wss married and the
father of two children,, Linda
ano jievin, l. nis wiaow, Dens s.
Kelley, also works at Lot Alamos.
Kelley's widow will receive 130
a qeek for 550 weeks, or.
f&Q toward the funeral: a lio.ooo
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"MONDAY MARCH 18, 19$ J,
mutuels favorite Slete y Meaio
tillAn, which was losing ground
Baeza rode Siete'y Medio.
The Stud Rancho Bravo's high highly
ly highly rated Santillan yesterday per performed
formed performed like the topnotcher he is
gupposed to be and held on in the
homestretch to score a half length
victory in the $7,500 added Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Arias Paredes Classic at 'he
President Remon racetrack.'
A capacity crowd was on hand
for the six furlong dash, taking
advantage of the free admission.
Santillan, which went off. an
outsider, chaiir pacesetting
In $7)500 Dan
BA Crown With .472 Mark
Balboa High, interscholasuc
baseball champs, finished up
their season last week with an en enviable
viable enviable league record of 11 wins
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA Air Conditioned
"Andy Hardy Comes Home"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Rex Harrison Kay Kandall
"The Reluctant Debutante"
In Cinemascope1 & Color
piARLO tTS. 7:00
GRAFT AND CORRUPTION
"THIS ANGRY AGE"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"Hell On Devil's Island"
CAMP BIERD x 7:00
''RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP"
CAP IT OLIO
with Jim Davis
- Also: -LAST
With G. MacReady
Talavera pushes Santlllan over'
wnne secona cnuice uiuii;o is
fast at the finish, returned
Double Four to the homestretch
where he took command then
held on to score by a half
length over fast closing Siete y
Medio. A neck further back was
Quidico and three-quarters of a
length behind in fourth place
was nawcireT Blancor.
Jose Talayjev grjf Santillan oil
to a good start and quickly nad
him in clear sailing behind tne
fast-going Double Four. Entering
the homestretch!' Talavera called
against one defe?t.
Including outside1 competition,
the Bulldogs came, through .wit
14 win&tuWO fods,n iflin.d PWBi Ul
Sparky John Morris, team cap captain,
tain, captain, defended his batting average
lead from the hospital bed last
week. While his teammates tried
to close the gap on his average,
he waited them out With the
measles John led the-'-team wiifl
a healthy, 472 avera,ge.jHe felso
dominated the runr scored" 'co 'column
lumn 'column wwith 13,- and pilfered the
most bases with 13 in eleven
Lem Kirkland closed the season
fast, hitting hard during the
stretch and-took the alUmportaiU
runs-batted-in department. l:
brought in 12 runs ttiiririg Meagtie
play. Kkkland finished .up ..the
season hitting only behind the
leader Morris and runner-up, Car Car-cia.
cia. Car-cia. Sophomore Frank Ammirati.
steady shortstop, OA. the Bulldog
nine, played the most innings on
the team" and' 'afso'' led "the s'quad
in walks getting eight free passes.
Six ol the nine starters on the
Balboa squad have played their
last hieh school baseball in the
Zone. These boys are leaving
miehtv laree shoes to fill. In f Jet,
some observers feel many. of the
shoes may not be filled lor qnue
a few mango seasons. :
BHS fans are reluctantly bid bidding
ding bidding good-bye to steady and re reliable
liable reliable Charles French. Personable
Lem Kirkland has caught his last
game for Balboa. Lane Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, 316 hittef. (and "starting' third
basemam-for two season! will'also
be gone. John Morris will grad graduate
uate graduate and leave the aboye men mentioned
tioned mentioned marks in the record book
for the newcomers to try to equal.
Gary Ness, althouch a junior,
will not be wearing the red and
white next season. His family still
be rot. ting to the 'States this sum
mer, and of emirse he ll be miS'
sod for football as 'well as base
ball. Gary has held, down first
base for two seasons now and end
ed up hitting .333 this year.
No one will be more missed
than "Big Mo" Schoc'h on the
mound. "His pitching record is
the finest on the .Zone since Tom
Hughes fired away for Cristobal.
uesioes pitcning a no hit game
this year, he won, six games a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst no set backs.
T I V O L I
El Gran Especticul Especticul-with
with Especticul-with Lola Flores
With Celia Cfu""1'
the wire a half length ahead of
win a aiiuuier nan ucuuu. oau-
juicy $22.80 straight. Braullo
on his mount and was blocked
in his first attempt. He eased back
and moved after Double Four
again in the strightaway, taking
the lead with a furlong to go.
At this juncture, Quidi
co and Sietevy Medio all began to
cam on tl1eiers. SanUQenrnia-t
dually lost ground to tire ast
closing trio but managed to nit
wire a clean half a length in front
of mutuels fabonte Siete y Medio.
The time for the race was
1:12 2-5 fastest time registered
for the distance in the last
month. His fractions were 23
4-5, 46 4-5, 1:12 2-5. Santillan re
"turned 482jW"tfr Win
.place. The Santillan-Sjete y Me Medio
dio Medio one-two paid $126.20.
Other juicy win dividends were
Chiusa's $35.80, Nebrisca's $16.20,
Manandoagua's $19.80 and Play Playboy's
boy's Playboy's $23.60. The Chiusa-Nebrisca
double rewarded a few backers
to the tune. ol $620 ,jer..iducat
jtops for theftMflt t'r I m'a v
.. Apprentice, jadee- Homero Hidal Hidalgo
go Hidalgo shared saddle honors with Ta-.
lavera by riding two winners. Hi Hidalgo
dalgo Hidalgo scored.with Raono. and High Highland
land Highland Prince while Talavera also
pushed home Chiusa.
Ailing former trainer Jimmy
Cowan was on 'hand for a 'benefit
handicap .iftJ honor and ..pre-,
sfented the 'owner of tHe1 wuVner
with a trophy: Nebriscawa3 ihe
dinner of the handicap. Cowan al also
so also thanked all who contributed to
the fund to help him pay for me medical
dical medical treatment.
-Ciria $4.80, $2.60
1 Lancaster $2.80 $2.20
2 Madame Cucu $5.20
First Double: J6.40
1 Ramo $2.60, $2.20
2 Greco $2.40
1 Bosilongo. $2.40, $2.20
2 Carmelita $2.60
1 Highland Prince $4.40
2 No Place Betting
1 Chiusa $35.80, $11.40
2 Crew's Hill $5.20
1 Nebrisca $16,20, $4.40
2 Sabiondo $2.80
Second Double: 1620
1- Julie $4, $3
2 Tanganica $5.40
1 SamtWlan $22.80, $8.20
2 Siete y Medio $4
1 Manandoagua ,$19.80,
? Behader $3.20
1- Play Boy $23.60, $8
2 Mondesir $7
One Two: 1 94.20
LOVE AND WAR
with Robert Wagner
HARRY BLACK AND
. THJE TIGER V
uwy ur mcning uuer
The first game of the annual All-Star Baseball'
Series; to benefit the American Legion project for
Boys' State, was played under the. lights last night
ih Balboa Stadium: The Fprt Kobbe team nosed out
the All Stars in a tight 1-6 pitching duel.
' Opening ceremonies .were climaxed with Canal
Zone Gov! W. E. Potter throwing out the first ball to
Irv Haynes, Fort Kobbe catcher, and the. game was
The first inning saw the All
Stars, piloted by Albrook's Bob
Hansen, come up and go down in
The bottom half of the first prov
ed to be the big inning for Manag
er Mubbs Regulars from Kobbe
Lead-off man Gittens, Kobbe
catcher, reached first oh a "had
hop" hit to second baseman Ri
vera. 'He stole second and scored
on a bit by Moncada," Regulars
This was the only run in a bat
tle Detween tne top pitching aces
of the Armed Forces in the Zone,
Rosy Rosano and Red Greenfield.
A bright spot in the game for
the All Stars and their fans came
in the top of the sixth when Langcr
singled, Saurbrun walked and Wil
liams loaded the bases on a field
Rosario proceeded to strike out
Fritze. On the third strike the
catcher fired the ball to the sec second
ond second baseman in an effort to nab
Williams, who had wandered from
first. In the run down, Langer
made a break for home and was
out at the plate. Shaw struck out
to end the inning.
.The .winning pitcher, Rosario.
gave up: three hits, struck out 10
and walked five. Greenfield eave
up four-hits, struck out 10 audi
waoxeo live. Greenfield gave uo
four hits, struck out 10 and walked
The series, will continue tonight
at Bboa Stfdftjulf a thjjcd,gat$e
Spur Cola Takes Over Second Spot
In American Legion Baseball Loop
pur !llia!rdin the crest of a
three game winning streak, took
over undisputed possession of sec second,
ond, second, place in the American Legion
Junior Baseball League.
The Coleman are a half game
behind the league leading West-
inghouse and have two games yet
to be played to complete the sec-
O. 'U1UJ W 'IMse BBJneS 18
ith Westiaghbuse.' The best Wat
Spur Cola can dd is to tie 'W eating eating-house
house eating-house for the second half in which
case a playoff will be necessary.
After yesterday's games Spur has
a 4-3 record as compared with
Westmghouse's, 8 wins and ;? loss losses...
es... losses... i
1 Orange K1t "end' Panlmi"
surance have alriady been ell m.
inated. Orange Kift has two
games yet to be played. There
record-is 3 wins and 4 totter.
Panama Insurance hat won!2
while dropping 4 dec)tiont. Both
of these tea mt, will meet for,
their' .final appearance against
each other tomorrow in game
slated to begin at 4 p.m. at Beam
Stadium at Albrook Air "Fore
Spur Cola not noted as a heavy
hitting team scored five of their
eight runs in beating Panama In Insurance
surance Insurance Saturday at the Mount
Hope Stadium via the home run
route. Novicki, center fielder,
clouted a grandslanr home run in
the third inning while Damiani
belted one to score the other run.
Hakanson also turned in a fine
mound performance striking out
13 while giving up- but- 4 hits.-
In yesterday's-game, with, Or Orange
ange Orange Kist Spur Cola had a rough rougher
er rougher time but managed to overcome
Orange Kist by a score of 5-to-2.
Orange Kist pushed across two
runs in the first inning and Spur
Cola came back in the second for
one and in the third went ahead of
Kist by scoring two more runs.
The final tally came for Spur in
the fifth when they collected two
more runs. Russ Stromberg got
credit for the win and Roe was the
loser. Stromberg struck out 13 and
gave up but two hits.
It was touch and go for West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse in Saturday's game a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Oranee Kist, which; they
won in the ninth Inning by a score
of 3-to-2. Buster McGowan who
was charged with the loss turned
in a superb mound, performance
striking out 13 and giving up 9
hits many of which would have
been auts with a tighter infield to
back him up. The winning pitcher,
Ray Amato, also chalked up one
of his finer mound performances
allowing but two hits while retir retiring
ing retiring 13 men via the strike out route.
Wettinghoute yesterday un unleashed
leashed unleashed an 11 -hit barrage
gainst the haplett Panama Irv
turanc nine defeating them by
score of l-to-1. Archie Carrol
wat the big man at the plate for
WettlnghouM with three hits for
four timet at bat, on f which
wat doubl.- --'Vivijifc' :.-'i.
Chlco Martin recorded his 8th
consecutive win against no de
feats. Losing bltcher "wis Tom'
On hand to witness hit team's
succesful pennant! drive ,waJack
jucurain, general manager r
PEMCO who as agents for wesf wesf-inghouse
inghouse wesf-inghouse sponsor the tem of tire
same, name., .'.:
Tne. box scores: t
Orange Kltt Al KM O A
Ithney5e- ,ar,-'jr4k: dLMrl
FCaldwell, 2nd, .4 1 t, -I
. .i,nii,.iin,,,,JjJ,.,L.i,,,,J,,,ill4,,.il.ll,iJl-(illllli.'- i --
is needed, it will be played tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.
. The box score:
xBatted for Allison in the 7th
xxRelieved Allison in the 7th
xxxBatted for .Shaw in the 9th
xRelieved Palmer in -the 6th
xxRelieved Zost in the 6th
AM Stars 000 000 0000 3 1
Ft, Kobbe 100 000 0001 4 2
Umpires donating their services
were Williams p, Miller 1st. Meth-
1; any 2nd, and Braund 3rd.
32 2 4 27 18
31 3 9 2
Bright F, c
Bright, t,' cf
Corr gan, 2b'
3 2 0
xRke for Kunkel in 6th
1st Game Sunday, March 15
AB R H O
28 5 7 21 17
23 11 21 13
The box tcore:
Amato K., 3b
Bright F., If
Scbtt R., 2b
Bright T, p
23 1- 4 II JO
: i I i ..
Amato R is
1 i 1
0 0 10
2' 0 0
i!'.rl 0, ri2 5"'l
Mtrtin; p 'W
da .High. School's sprinting'tEdgehill, Betgrave, Jones.i Corn Corn-put
put Corn-put dust to" the eyes of thelma), 2; Cristobal)' High School
Athletic Club's Jield event Satur
day night as the. high school be
came the first ? teanv in the
Relays' 10-year m"story.to take the
uue inree umes. -
, Athletic Club forfeited their last
chance of winning when they failed
to enter a team, in the last event,
the Mile Relay, won in relays rec record
ord record time by Cristobal's quick quar
tet of Irving, Humphries, Newhard
and Tompkins. ?
But BHS,; puffing in a well well-beaten
beaten well-beaten second, notched three poirits
enough to clinch the, title.
Earlier BHS's.firsistring sprint sprint-ers
ers sprint-ers Cage, Charlie French, Garcia
and Rathgaberehad carved the 880
yds.- relay record time down to
l:33.3i The. same.team; came with within
in within a tenth'-.'-nf,'1! KWcbnd of the
Sprint Medley record for the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. ;;,v'::
Albrook, a Balboa Relays track
power in recent years, faded woe woefully,
fully, woefully, v ihM'-U
.Meanwhile tumbling records in
the Junior High and Elementary
sections forecast still faster Balboa
Relays in the years ahead.
With a 5-3-2-1 scoring .system for
the first four places in open
events, final standings when the
dust, died down after Friday and
Saturday nights' skirmishing were:
B,alboa HS. 38.
Athletic Club, 34.
Cristobal HS, 17. :
. Ft. Kobbe, 14.
Junior College, 11.
Clayton, 4.:, ...
, Amador, t v
, Boys Club?tf: K
Ft. Gulick, 0.
jPole Vault: Ken Fulleton (AC). 10
It. a. ins.4 1; Lloyd Brown (isno),
2; C. Tothman (AC.i3.
Shot Put: Ray Nickisher (AC),
4fi ft.. 4 ins". 1; ob Fearon (AC),
2- J. Franklin (Kobbe), 3; J. Des-
Jlondes fAC), 4.
Broad JumpL Bill Gibson (JC),
21 ft. 4 18 ins., 1; S. Toussieh
J (BHS), 2; E. Comma (Kobbe), 3;
A. Whan (Amador), 4.
' 880 ydsy i RolavM Balboa Hign
School (Cage. Charlie French,
Ttatheaber. Garcia), 1:33.3.' 1;
Cristobal High School (TomDkins,
Newhurd. Humnhrey, Irving), 2;
athletic Club (Defore, Toothman,
TrWle, May). 3. New record.
100 yds.: Charlie Jrrencn tuna),
m.:3 1- PhiGaaeititBHS). z;
Edgehill (Kobbe). 8; Carl Tuttle I
120 yt. Hijih Hurdles: loinman
'AC),J15:7. 1: Defore (AC), f,
Douf Payiak (BHS), 3; Bill Gib
son (JC), 4. t
Sorint Medley Relay: uaiDoa
Hieh School (Cage- French, Rath Rath-TateenOGarcia)x;38,7,
TateenOGarcia)x;38,7, Rath-TateenOGarcia)x;38,7, 1: Kobbe
Sf. John's Topples
M. 'Bona venture
n 82-74 MIT Unsel
NEW YORK, March 16 (UPD
St. John's has declared "open sea sea-nn"
nn" sea-nn" nn seeded teams, in the Na
tional Invitation Basketball Tourna
ment and dark dorses rrovwence
and New York University are out
today buying hunting licenses.
The first ranked, team bit the
dust in the Madison Square Gar Garden
den Garden .carnival Saturday night when
unseeded St. John's wllpped third third-seeded
seeded third-seeded St. Bonaventure, 82-74.
Top-seeded Bradley also reach reached
ed reached the semi-finals by downing un unseeded
seeded unseeded Butler, 83-77, but the vic victory
tory victory left coaclv Chuck Orsborn
far from satisfied. He declared,
"We were lucky to win playing
like that." .
ThatJs the cue for Providence, a
68-66 winner over Manhattan in r
first-round thrilled Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, to take dead, aim at second second-seeded
seeded second-seeded St. Louis im a quarter-final
game tomorrow night. And for
N.Y.U., impressive 90-81 winner
over Denver, to train its guns on
fourth-seeded Oklahoma City in an another
other another quarter-final.
Spurring the underdogs is the
fact that the NIT has been noted
for surprise champions, the most
recent last yeac when unseeded
Xavier of Ohio came out on top.
Orsborn said switching to a lone
defense helped Jus club post its
win bVer Butler. After leading by
51-48 at half-time, the Braves mov moved
ed moved out to an 1-poinf margin ear early
ly early in the second half and then us used
ed used clutch free throws to turn back
a later uutier ma.
T R I V E -1 N
Si, TODAY !S
. JERRX LEWIS In
1 "V. JW"
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1st, First Team
tweigie, Woodruff, dooke. Sad Sadder),
der), Sadder), 3. v
High Jump: Toothraan (AC) and
Cunningham (Clayton), 5 ft. 9 ins.,
tied a; McGoff (CHS). 3; Garcia
(BJ1S), 4. i
Discus: Bill Gibson (JC); 138 ft.
11 34 ins., 1; Toothman (AC), 2;
Dantos (Albrook), 3; Franklin
(Kobbe), 4. .
Milt; Lorenzo (CHS). 4:8.5.': 1!
Lagasse (BHS), 2; Siebert (Al-
orook), 3; Smith (Kobbe), 4. ;
"- Rtlav: Cristobal 5 Hieh
School (Irving;. Humphries, : New-
nara, lompKins), 3;37.9, I; Balboa
High School (Dick Scott, .French,
Payjak, Adams), Z, New Record
...v v. v Y t f
JUNIOR HIGH K- -120
yds. Low HurdUt: R. 'Panor
(Balboa), lTv sees., 1; o. Aseron
(Balboa), 2;,P..Leignadier (Cris (Cristobal),
tobal), (Cristobal), 3.
High Jumps: LoUls French.' f fial-
boa), 5 ft, 1; R.'Panzer (Balboa),
2; T. Davis (Cristobal), 3; A-Os-bourne
440 yd. Relay: Balboa team II
(W. Ashton, J. Jensser. A. Os-
bourne, D.- Aseron), 1;. St. Mary's
(B. Piaia, J. Bremer, R. Single Singleton,
ton, Singleton, C. Searcy). 2. (Balboa team I
finished first, but was. disqualified
for obstruction)..; $ Y
1230 ydt.:G. Fatten (Cristobal),
3:40.4, 1; K. Prescott (Balboa), 2;
G, Casira (Balboa), 3; G.'Feeney
(Balboa), 4. New record.
.r....s:. x.'.r,.i... m f.'rj P&if m
WINNER'S i SMILE u VWaring ;a Khappy grin; Air ; Force Col.
Nicholas : Powell (left) slialces hands, f across the net, witji Lt.
(jg) Ray Nesbitt after trimrhliig the Navy netman yesterday
in the semifinals of the PAF Tennis Tournament at Rodman;
Ft. Kobbe Cops PAF Net Crown;
Col. Powel Whips Lt. Nesbitt
Ft. Kobbe won the PAF Tennis
Championship over the weekend
but a 49-year-old Air Force colonel
who won a singles berth in the fin finals
als finals captured the. fancy of the
crowd. :. ;
Col. Nicholas Powel, the, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command's graying chief
of staff, yesterday gave.Lt, (jg)
Ray Nesbitt a lesson in .tennis
tactics as he soundly whipped the
Navy netman in straight sets, 6:4,
6-2, 6-2. --.V:
Throughout th one-hour and
15-minut matehv.Powl rpat rpat-edly
edly rpat-edly drew awU i:i,h
court generalship fromHth, par-
tial Navy crowd St th Rodman
courtt. ' 1
The veteranvairman who was
49 on th last anniversary of Lin Lincoln's
coln's Lincoln's birthday, kept Nesbitt, pear pearly
ly pearly 20 years his junior, on, the run.
Making the 1958 singles chamoion
play his game, Powel kept Nes Nesbitt
bitt Nesbitt moving from side to side
while setting him up for a put-away
slice or cross-court place placement.
ment. placement. The strategy took much of the
fight out of Nesbitt, who was not noticeably
iceably noticeably off his game, and left him
visibly tired in the last set.
By his easy win, Powel served
notice that he will be a formidable
if aging adversary in the finals.
In eontrast, his opponent will be
22-year-old Bill Pace, upset win winner
ner winner yesterday over Ray Schilling.
The Army specialist surprised .!
Ft. Kobbe teammate 6-4, 6-4, 2-6,
6-2 in more than two hours of fast,
hard-fought tennis, i ". V ',1
i 1 Schilling, slight favorite at
th; start, jopafwd slowly. And
lapted Inte, playing detent ive,:
oame. Hit Caution eauted him
to net many timple fvtvrnt.pf
overhit sure winnert. ; s
Recovering his game m the third
jet, he hmke, through Pace's serv serv-Ici
Ici serv-Ici threattimes. 1o:wjj( tasltyt' But
Pace Put the presinire onfagaid- In
the fourtU .et end djcevi, twayio
Icllnch the matcb,'1' ..?
,,,,,,.., 1 ,1 1 ii.il, 1, 1 hill ill I ll l.
Bread Jump:-Peterson (Balboa),
IT ft. 38 Ins.; ij.Gerardi (Balboi,
2; Panzer (Balboa3, 3,
880 ydt. Relay: Balboa team as
W.- Ashton, D. : Aseron, K. Pres-
cott, Jenssen) 1:$3.1, 1; Cristobal
oiuiuci, a. xvauiirez, A..'
er, Leignadier), 2: St. Mary's (T.
Gangle, M. Thompson. R. Single
ton. 'Suarez), 3. ,
Shot Put (8 lb. shot) 1 K. Cooper
rCristobal). 3$, ft: 3n8 Ins., 1; M.
Burzas A(Cristobil); 2; P. Brooks
(Cristobal), 3f R.,PaMer (Balboa),
'lOITydt.t LeuU Frneh (Balboa).C
11 sees., 1; R. Lemacks (Balboa),
2; F. Peterson (Balboa), 3: D.
Stohrer (Cristobal), 4. New record.
t ELEMENTARY f
44tf Ydt; Relay: ,. Coco Solo (D.
Billison, V, McNamee, R. Roden
hizer, L Quinn)58:4, 1; Diablo ( J.
Cain, W, Rimiller, P. Velez,"- R. 7;
Hoenke). 2: Ancon (J. Lemack, A.
Monteath. C. McConney. F. Alipon. 4
gal), 3;, St. Mary's (W. Hopkins, J.
Cronan, J. Fabon, J. Bedsworth),
Shot Put: WiUard (Kobbe), 31 ft.
112 ins., 1; Motta (St. Mary's), J
2; Greenfield (Kobbe), 3. New ree ree-ord.
ord. ree-ord. : '. 1 '?
Broad Jump: J. Cain (Diablo), J'
14 ft. 10 12 ins., 1) Gerowatowskl
(Ancon), 2; McConney (Ancon), 3.
M Ydt Ss J1 Cfiin XDiablo)l 7.8
sees., 1; R. Rodenhlzer (Coco; So-1
lo), 2: McNamee (Coco Solo), 3;
Reimiller (Diablo), 4. 1
A sharply accurate shot-makei .
with quick reactions, Pace. dis.
played a fleet-footed game with
excellent recovery shots. His abili-
ty to make, an opponent run may''t""
be the. key to defeating Powel.
whose control is reduced. Dartirnl.
arly on a deep backhand, when he
is forced to move.
It will be a, test f youth and 1
speed against general court strata
tegy when they meet next Sunday
for the championship., ..'.' I
' In th tioublet finals, jet for
nxt- Saturday efternoon. Pace
nd Schilling will oppose Ppwel ., n
nd Col. Roland Sliker, both vie
tort in semi-final matchetJatt
The Pace-Schilline combination
drubbed Cmdr, James Hiegel and
LCdr. George Bell, Navy's second
doubles team, 6-0, 64, 6-1. t A
Powel and Sliker beat- NesbittV
and Cmdr. Richard Sextott, first- 4
rated Navy team, 2-6, 6-4,, 64. in ';,,
as' close, and exjclting ai doubles
match as has been seen in the) A
PAF, tourney in recent years.
Down ,M in -the ; second setW lH;
Powel and Sliker bounded back tosr
take the next three. games and he,
Set.'-?, .-"J -rfc:.::s- .''.V-;' t , -, ri
The match was marked bv at ...
least six long exchanges of eight-vr
to ten returns each that kept speu-
tatorsViheads bobbing, -The two
colonels took some of the edge off : ,,u
the Navy team by coming through
with the winner on almost -all of
these "crucial .exchanges.-. ; -,
Slikr, i xpcted t b the
weak link In the. Albrook Ham,
turned In 4irtt-rt perform
nee. Hit fin flame probably
wat the difference that Navy
;had not counted en, :i
.Powel introduced a note of come.
dy into the match when he prof.
fered his hand in-victory after he
ana siiKer took the third set. Th
colonel thought it was two. out oV.,
It didn't' make much, flifterencij1 I
he.two coloneisjwrapped up mtu m
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MONDAY, MARCH 18. 1959
THE PANAMA AMERICAN W AM INDEPENDENT DAILY- NEWSPAPER
Dayey,M6ore Gets Big Chance
Against Bassey Wednesi
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WINNERS OF 25 METER FREESTYLE at El Panama Hilton'a' successful awlmmlng meet at the
Cabafia Club.Swimming pool. (Left to right) Ivonne Num. Cabafia Club manager; Ricky Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Ralph Reber Jr., who copped first place; Rodney Zelenka. who finished third, and lifeguard
Kicardo Arosemena. x ,."
Arcaro Backs Harf ack Action;
Supermarket Comes to Racing
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (kEA) The run running
ning running of race horses itt i florida
produced two' mijor contraver contraver-sies.
sies. contraver-sies. One was, theiv conditiott; of
First Landing, mii-rwas isuppbs isuppbs-ed
ed isuppbs-ed to be one, of the big horses in
recent times. Off his poor race
in Hialeah't Flamingo, he i just
The second centered on wi!
Uam Hartackjckey. This smallf "I'was ?,000 miles away,
voune man has a strong Will of
hit own. It gets him into trou trouble
ble trouble in the public print with ease.
The strange thing is that he
has almost total backing from
other jockeys on his most re recent
cent recent jam. ,
Hartack, you'll remember, got
as far as the starting gate on
4-5 shot named Greek-1 Circle,
Then he decided; the horse was
in poor : .condition despite vet veterinarian
erinarian veterinarian V reports to ,the con con-trary
trary con-trary iThe; horse hfi to be
$cratcl?e4S'tiab.lhiB roo : tame; n
on Hartatk.- ; t
;: .But Eddi. Arcaro.who a isn't
suBDOsed, ',to be. '. on friendly
Wms with Bill, gives here, tor
the first time, the, other, side,
Los Angeles, when it happened,"
Eddie AM Is Knew nar-
tacjt was,xightytt he thought
thehorae -was sore, who can
argue With -him? In the old
dayt 'Starter 'would look at
you. and warl, 'What are you,
yellow? Jacky get that horse
in', the gate.' You had more in-
y : by
MIAMI- For, four, years Paul
Rapier Richards wor twa hats, a
big league anachronism, funcUon funcUon-ing
ing funcUon-ing in the dual capacity of general
manager and team manager of the
Baltimore Orioles. .
That's how it was in the old
days when the McGraws, Macks,
Robinsons, et al.(' put the leams
together and directed them as well.
Then came the farms, instruc instructional
tional instructional schools vand coast-to-coast
scouting, and the team manager
responsibilities were limited to the
This year Richards, 1 Ffaf
only one hat.
sits ambitiously on the youthM
dome of Lee MacPahil, who left
the Yankees last fall to take over
the Orioles' front once. n
rity reduced, Richards has no fflu.
slons about his present status, or
"if I can't get the team moving,
I mutt be prepared to go, the
remarkably realistic genu
admitted t us as we yatched his
men m their suet-shedding exer exer-cises
cises exer-cises at Miami, Stadium. .
The Stadium, incidentally, is big
league in every respect even lux luxurious.
urious. luxurious. It was built with hot mo money
ney money by a Cuban political lamster.
Since, this was pre-Batista, appar apparently
ently apparently there is nothing the vengeful,
fur-bearing Castro ,can do about
"This wiU be the' fifth year I'v!
had the team," .continued Rich Rich-Sards.
Sards. Rich-Sards. "You can't expect the peo.
fple to wait indefinitely for a win win-!
! win-! ner. Nor can you expect them to
ibe sympathetic or understadmg of
all your problems."
,f Richards is as good as man man-j
j man-j agers come, there is none bet-
ter in handUng pitchers.' He has
llmagination, drive, spirit, and with
ai, is patient, aven bp, uc tu kj
only is far as his material will
carry him. ' ;1 LI.
You know inai ana i juiuw
Richards said. "But e fans don't.
If they do, it's no concern of theirs.
They want a winner. And wnen
they don t get one mey pmmo uie
msnjeer. worse., mey suit ; i
stay away from the 'park,
juries and deaths because of
that than we care to remember.
''When I went to Hialeah to
ride. First Landing, every boy
I spoke to in the jock's room
thought Hartack was1 right;'
Palmer Hagearty, the vereran
"Morning Telegraph" observer,
feels the same way. As the
horses were, going to the gate
he put down his field glasses and
said Greek Circle seemed lame
We reggUecL: Warren Giles, then
general manager of the Reds, ad admitting
mitting admitting he fired Bill McKechnie.
"The best manager I ever had".
to appease' irate Cincinnati fans.
"Giles had no alternative," was
Richards , surprising :i nomment.
Managers arenr indispensable.
Cash customers are. This could be
a critical year for me. My con contract
tract contract expires. We don't have cham
riionshio material, but it is ma-
neuverable,, talented in spots -and.
may be productive."
Last year the Orioles finished
three. Mines out fourth Jlace,
Theyi wtre' gobd?pich 'iWoWt.
They, scored fewer rans than any
other team in the leagne (521),
and. conversely, yielded the fewest
.'575). Patently, then power was
the key need?- w-
Richards asreed. .."we got Bil
ly Klaus, Jim Finigan and Avila
in trades, mey snouio give we
infield punch. Willie Tasby (Louis
ville, .322) hits the long ball,- and
is my centerfielder until he shows
he can't do it. And Jerry Walker
(Knoxville. 18-4) has promise as
a pitcher. You can't tell, maybe
we'U do al right."
The manager-had an extra tight
eric oh the remaining hat as he
walked off the field.
The Deby Mystery
Actually Richards' situation
seems to more beguiling-tha a
year ago at this time whatt Larry
Dobwas the Wff-hop-Doby,
long with Jack'HarshmanV,Bad
come to the Orioles "' from i the
White. Sox. Doby as a power
hitter. Harshman as a pitching
But Doby. for reasons still mys mystifying,
tifying, mystifying, was shipped to Cleveland
before the season even- started.
He hit .292 with 13' home runs,
so Richards sudden about face
could not have had anything to do
with one tuy's ability.
However, Harshman's strong
season still made It a very suc successful
cessful successful deal. His 12-15 W-L record
was deceptive, for In all of his
games the feather-duster Orioles
got him only one1 rim. His 2.90
ERA tells you the kind of pitcher
he' really was. Remember vjjen
the' Giants thought he was a firit-
..Four days later, the horse ran
a big race, was ba'rely v r,beiteiH
at the wire.
"If I told you how many times
I've pulled up a horse and
horses that Were leading be
cause I thought they were lame
you'd find it hard to believe I
know anything," Arcare-siinsistsi'
"You feel like a fool. Yoir lstep
the horse, then bring him back
and find he was perfect It hap happens
pens happens to everybody. Only you
never hear much about it.
This one will be argued for
Questions surrounding First
Landing will be easily" resolved
He'll gov in the nonda Derby.
then New York's Wood Me
morial before .beading for Lou
isville and the Kentucky Derby.
If he, ever gets to Churchill
Downs, that is. ,
New York's season t begins
Mar. 25. If First LnSSbJ need,
solicitude he couldn t find 4 a "bet
New York has ceased to worry
ahput name horses and breeding
and riders and the like. The
sport is in the hands of the poli politicians
ticians politicians and the season has been
extended to run an overly-long
220 days, with nine races daily.
It now is more of a numbers
game than a sport.
And when the new $32' million
Aqueduct opens later in the sea season,
son, season, money will be the only thing
talked of. Under Arthur Froeh-
lich, the architect, the place is
designed for one purpose easy
Flag With Win
ft' last call for Spur Cola, ol
the Atlantic Side as Spur Cola by
meets Westinghouse tomorrow
night under the lights at moum
Hope Stadium in what may prova
to be a thrill-packed climax to the
American Legion Junior Baseball
Game tune tor wis -must game
ofor Spur Cola has been set for 7
spur iOia, wun a recora ui
three wins in their last three
starts, now occupies second place
in- the Leeion loon one half game
behind Westinchouse. Of tneir
thre straieht wins one of them
was aeainst Westinghouse who
thev beat by a score of 2 to 1
i. Spur, volar has two games yet io
play in the second half of Legion
Baseball and they must win both
of them to tie Westinghouse. For
this reason tomorrow s game is
shaping up as one of the most im important
portant important games for both teams.
A win by WestingheuM wilt
give them th championship
while if Spur Cola beats them
thty hav only to conquer. Or Orange
ange Orange KUt who ranks third, two
garnet behind th Cola man le
go in tP a playoff gams with
Spur Cola, which is the only
team in the league from the Gold
Coast, has shown remarkable im
provement in the second half.
Their record now. stands at form
wins and three defeats. While not
noted as power hitters it was
their ability at the plate that won
them their last two ball games.
This surge of power, coupled
with the fine-pitching of Strom
berg and Hakanson will tend to
even the- odds against the highly
rated' Westinghouse nine wnicn
boasts seven of their players in
the top tne of the American Le Legion
gion Legion "Hit Parade."
In addition' to having a cap
able pitching staff the Colamen
have also shown at big improve improvement
ment improvement in defensive play.- Belanger,
who is the regular first baseman
for Spur will no doubt be select selected
ed selected as the, leading first baseman
in the- league.
Weir,, who is the number one
catcher for Spur Cola, is not on only
ly only good behind the plate but at
the plate as well. In the latter de
partment he leads his team in hit hitting
ting hitting and ranks fifth in the overall
''i WestlnghoOW will' probably
send to the mound 4 their star
hurler Chice Martin, who has -'yat
to, suffer a loss whH rack racking
ing racking up his eigth consecutive win.
Of Martin's eighth wins two of
them have been no hitters and
both, of them have been againtf
In the event Spur Cola defeats
Westinghouse and goes on to, de defeat
feat defeat Orange Kist in the final game
of the leaeue a playoff game will
have to be played to estabusn wno
is the second half winner.
This game will undoubtedly be
played-on the Pacific Side on or
abbufikDril 11 and 12. The Orange
Kist-Spur Cola game is scheduled
for April 4. This delay was neces
sary as many of the ball players
will participate in this year's
American Leeion Boys State pro
gram which will take place during
the Easter holidays.
Tenative line ups for the teams
NEW YORK fUPI) Davev
Moore, who has1 been gunning for
a-' title fight since 1957, ; gets his
big chance Wednesday nieht when
he attempts to wrest the world
featherweight title from Hogan
(Kid) Bassey in a scheduled 1J-
rounder at Los, Angeles.
ine wee s leature light will le
televised nationally (ABC) start
ing at 10 p.m. e.s.t. There will
be a TV blackout within a 250 250-mile
mile 250-mile radius of Los Angeles.
it will mark Bassey 's second
Elliot Runs Mile
In 'Slow' 3:58.9
: BRISBANE, Australia, (UPI)
Herb Ell'ott, world's No. 1 miler,
ran the. distance in three minutes.
58.9 seconds and then apologized
for hot producing a faster clock clocking.
ing. clocking. "It's the "best I can do in my
present condition," Elliott said af after
ter after running a mile race under
four minutes for the nth time
since Jan. 25, 1958. Elliott set the
world record of 3:54.5 last August
at Dublin, Ireland.
Mery Lincoln, the Australian
who was almost made a career of
finishing second o Elliott, again
was runneruo. L'ncoln trailed
Herb by 18 yards at the fane and
was time in 4:03.0. Tony Blue of
Australia was third in 4:10.4.
The race was run-on Lane
Park's 440-yard cinder track.
defense of the 126-pound crown.
The flashy Nigerian won the titie
by knocking out Cherif Hamia of
France in 1957 and defended it
against Rkardo Moreno at Los Los-Angeles
Angeles Los-Angeles last April, knocking out
the Mexican In the third round.
Although he has won 11 straight
fights since 1954,, Bassey has
failed to impress the oddshiak oddshiak-ers
ers oddshiak-ers who have tabbed Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's brawl an "even money" af affair.
fair. affair. Moore, 25, also holds a decision
over Moreno. The Springfield,
Ohio, scrapper flattened Moreno
in one round after the Mexican's
title fight with Bassey. Moore nas
lost only five of 40 pro bouts,
registered 15 kayoes and never
was stopped. Bassey has been
stopped twice en cuts while win
mng 53 of 64 starts. He has 19
knockout to his credit. -
Tony Anthony, second ranked
contender in the light heavyweight
dlbision,' is a 3-1 favorite, for hip
return 10-rounder with Sonny
Ray of Chicago at Madjson Square
Garden Friday night. : The oout
will be broadcast and televised, na nationally
tionally nationally (NBC) starting at 10 Im.
Anthony had to come from be behind
hind behind to gain -a unanimous decir
sion over Ray in their first meet meeting
ing meeting at New York last Nov. 14.
Ray, the No. 5 contender for Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore's title, has won 18 of
29 fights compared to Anthony's
Monday night's non televised
10-rounder tonight's at St. Nichol Nicholas
as Nicholas renain N.Y. wil pit Isaac Lo Lo-gart,
gart, Lo-gart, second-ranked, welterweight
against newcomer Charley Scott
CLAYTON iBOL WlNNiRS i Lt Col. Joseph P. Michl, Fort Clay-'
ton deputy post commander, congratulations winners of the year's
first monthly golf awards at the Clayton course. Mrs. Meg Ramsey
took the women's flight with a 64, which Capt. Robert J. Passons
won the men's flight with a score of 65. (U.S. Army Photo)
Read Our Classifieds
Froohlich once designed super
markets and shopping centers
and his main objective was to
get customers in and out of the
place quickly y
His design for Aqueduct is the
same. He put mutuel jvindows
in island positions, so the people
can assault them from four sides.
They'll get in and out quickly.
But grocery money put down
won't entitle them to anything
edible. Mutuel tickets are too
thin and tasteless to satisfy a
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
the 1(0 Irenlnj 1
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY. OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Pr'-winn Numbers in the Ordi-ary Dr" No. 28 Tarch 15, 1959
, The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"
Approximations Derived From First Prize
t I I I S I S i S-i S
SSZ3 S24.00 S925 SZS.N SS2T S2S.M SS S20.M 5931 VUi.M S934 520.0(1 593 52S.0O SS.1S 820.00 5940 520.00
5124 520.00 592S 520.00 I I82S 520.00 I StSt 520.00 I SMS J20.OA 593S 520.00 I S937 S20.00 I 5939 520.00 I 5941 529.00
,,.-'- i X
; ' ji 1 Approximations Derived From Second Prize
S S SI s t t s s
831 209.99 1S33 2S0.9S 2833 260.90 3833 20.00 4833 269.00 5833 269.09 7833 269.09 8833 260.09 9833 260.99
(824 139.99 82S 139.99 4828 139.09 6839 130.00 6832 130.00 6835 130.00 6837 130.90 6839 139.09 6841 130.09
6825 139.99 6827 139.00 6829 130.90 I 6831 139.90 6834 139.09 6836 139.00 6838 130.00 6849 139.90 6842 139.09
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
a s s s s t t t
559 156.99 1559 136.00 2559 156.99 2559 156.09 S559 156.09 6559 156.99 7559 156.00 8559 156.00 9559 156.99
4559 104.00 4552 104.99 4554 104.99 4556 104.09 4558 104.00 4561 194.00 4563 104.00 4565 104.00 4587 104 09
4551 104.09 4553 104.00 4555 194.99 4557 194.99 4569 104.09 4562 104.00 4564 104.99 4566 194.90 4568 194.09
Prise-wlnnlnf Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawin were slid at: The 1st. Panama, 2nd. Los Santos and 3rd. in Panama
The Nine Hundred who?e tickets em'int in 2 and not included in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" & "B"
Sidned by: The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.
WITNESSES: Tonus A. Martines Z.Ced. S-Sl-501
Guadalupe Garcia Ced. 11-8854
ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public, Panama
JOSE A. CAJAR
for the Secretary
U("TT. Th winning UcktU with the lit cipher and with the two Ian
fiwlii cipher pply only to the Tint Prl.
The rirrt Prize and the 2nd and Srd Prizes are drawn separately. The ap
proxlmationa are calt-ulated on the Flrat Second and Third prizes In case
a ticket should carry the number of each prize, the holder is entitled to
claim payment tot each.
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, March 15, 1959
Drawing Number 189
First Prize. .
The prizes will be paid In accordance with the Official Liif of Panama In
the offices of the National Beneflctent Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OF ORWNAR7' DRAWING No, 2089 WHICH WILL
TVKE PLACE SUNDAY. MARCH 22. 1959
Divided In two serie of 26 fractions each denominated "A" and "B"
1 First Prize, Series A and B. of
I Second Prize, Series A and B. of
1 Third Prize. Series A and B. of
18 Approximations, Series A and B. of
9 Prizes, Series' A and B, of
90 Prizes. Series A and B, of
900 Prizes. Series A and B, of
$26,000.00 each series
7.800.00 each series
3,900.00 each series
260.00 each series
1,300 00 each series
78.00 each aeries
26.00 each series
' SECOND PRIZE
18 Approximations, Series A and B. of I
Frizes. Series A and B. of
IS Approximations, Series A and B. of $
S Prizes. Series A and B, of
65.00 each series
130.00 each series
52 00 each series
78.00 each series
$ 2.340 00
Total $176,956 H
Price of a whole ticket
Price of a 52nd part .
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
A.W.. j'l'Wj 'JMiB .'. ni l Mn i i. ,it. mm iimi'qf UB.!." 1 1
No. Prizes No. Prizes Ne. Prlxea I No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes Ne. Prizes No. Prizes ( No. Pn. o. Prizes
032 156.90 1932 156.00 2032, 156.99 3032 156.99 4932 156.99 5932 158.99 6032 156.06 7032 156.99 8932 156. 032 156.N O
182 156.99 1132 1MM 2132 156.99 3132 156.99 4132 156.99 5132 156.09 6132 156.00 7132 156.09 8132 156. '32 156.00
232 156.09 1232 156.09 2232 156.99 3232 156.99 4232 156.90 5232 156.00 6232 156.00 7232 156.00 8232 156. ?32 15640
332 156.09 1332 156.N 2332 156.00 i 3332 156.06 4332 156.09 S332 156.90 6332 156.00 7332 156.00 8332 156. 332 156.09
432 156.00 1432 156.09 2432 156.09 3432 156.69 4432 156.00 5432 158.99 8432 156.00 7432 156.09 8432 156.911 1432 156.9
532 156.99 1532 156.99 2532 156.60 3532 156.99 4532 156.09 5532 156.90 : 6532 156.09 7532 156.99 8532 156.00 4532 156 00
632 156.09 1632 156.09 2632 156.M 3632 156.N 4632 156.06 5632 156.99 i 6632 156.00 7632 156.00 8632 156.01 f32 156.09
732 156.90 1732 156.09 2732 156.09 3732 156.99 4732 159.99 5732 1S6.00 6732 156.09 7732 156.99 8732 156.90 973? 156.00
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GAME PLAYED MONDAY,
Arnold Reid's Cafe Harlem
were able to collect only two hits,
but they capitalized on the wild
ness of three Cardoze and Lindo
nitrhprs to reeister an easy 8-4 vie
tory over the cellar-dwellers last
Monday; Cardoze ana unau
pitchingMSjte p a total of ele ele-vpn
vpn ele-vpn basrt im balls.
Ravmond Morrell teenaae bro
ther of the famous Ed Moreeil
went the entire distance for the
Harmelites.- He allowed five hits
and walked eigth batters. Wilfred
Jnnps started on thp mound lor
the losers but was relieved by J.
Woods, who later cave way t
manager Artnur Lee
-i ... .
The win was the first for young
Morrell who is playing in a sen senior
ior senior softball loop for the first time
in Ms c;reer.
GAME PLAYED WEDNESDAY
i v. arno.e aiiu i.miuu uuauy wiunt
into the win column with a re
sounding 17-7 win over John
West's Trojans last Wednesday
before i small gathering of loyal
fans. The winners displayed great
hitting ability as they collected 11
baseblows including homers o;
the athletic -minded Rev. Wen
and Tom Lowe.
Joe Woods went the entire dis
tance for Cardoze and Limdo in
picking up his first win of the rea
son. He gave up seven hits. For
;thp Tfrjjans, Elmer Gordon staivi ?rhe..NatsJjnd Boston Celtics
ed b-n was relieved by John WestJJopen tlieastern finals against re
Robert Pate homered for the
Iosts' and Joseph Simcott of Car Car-do7
do7 Car-do7 and Lindo, with three hits in
five 'rios, was the lending hitters
of v contest.
O.T of the sad notes of this
league is the poor attendance al
the Ttmes. The Paraiso residents,
unlike those of Rainbow City
where "the attendance is excellent,
have displayed an attitude of gross
indifference to the games.
Advertise in this
Gibraltar Liir Ins. Co.
for rates end Informntion
Trl. Panama 2-0S52
Monday thru Friday
IM a.m. to 12:00
' 2:tM p.m. te S:AA
Saturday: l:OA a.m. lo 12:M
KIDNAP VICTIMS SAFE
ALGIERS (UPD-Two Italian
romen and give c h i 1 d r en who
were kidnaped from their farm
11 days ago by Algerian Rebels
were safe in French hands yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The French Command an.
pounced that the. seven rescued
, members of thy Cesaro family,
, foreri to iarch 70 miles were'
it ood lealth bui exhausted
( wh ,.founu last night. The army
, ahi t here was no trace of the
three C?saro brothers who also
had been raptured by (he rebelr.
FOR RENT:- fcHa t Vita two
badrooiW partmant, vanr modarn.
FOR RENT; Furniihad two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmtnt, living-dining
set. San Francisco 86 Stroat No.
t, near RooeTelt Theatre.
FOR jRENXFurnisliad opart opart-hwirSS.tr.
hwirSS.tr. opart-hwirSS.tr. All conven conveniences:
iences: conveniences: 168 Via Betisarlo'Ptfrras.
FOR RENT: Spacious and cool
apartment,; recently painted,
three bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, balcony, terrace. H
street No. 11-41, above "Arret
Industriales". Phone 2-4756, 2 2-1715.
1715. 2-1715. FOR RENT: Apartment. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Filos street No. 27, Vista
Hermosa, $40.00. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT: One bedroom
jpirtmenrV livjng roomv dining
room, hot 'WaJir, maid's room,
balcony, garagobuilding recently
built on Via Argentina, $75.00
and $72.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: One room apart apartment
ment apartment with bath, dry closet, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, dinette kirthen sere. With
private eprfAtri4,, Buil"
3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one for $65.00 and one
for $55.00. Apply janitor at T1 T1-132
132 T1-132 'fourth of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Excellent location.
43rd Street No. 13.
In NBA Playoffs
Nr?W YCteR,1 toafch IS (UPI) -Coach
Paul Seymour, whose Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse Nats have clinched a berth
in the Eastern finals of the Natio National
nal National Basketball Association, play playoffs,
offs, playoffs, took a gloomy ahead today
toward a guy named Bill Rus Russell
sell Russell and said, "you gotta get the
(HEfiTjmtMssW punget com com-iwenfafter
iwenfafter com-iwenfafter his. Nats, outran the
New York knicks, .. 131-115, in
Syracuse last night to clinch their
first round series, .twv games to
The western first-round series,
however, stalled in a 1-1 deadlock
when the Detroit Pistons, who
dropped the openeY, bounced back
W TTTeTiTDrrnr-eTjurt' to beat the
Minneapolis Lakers, 117-103, desH
"ite a 26-point, 16-rebound per performance
formance performance by the Lakers' Elgin
Syracuse took command of lis
game against the knicks in the
second period" .nd' went ahead by
(as much as 20 points in the final
quarter. Despite an all-court press
in the last frame, the Knicks sim simply
ply simply couldn't keep up with the fast faster
er faster Nats and John Kerr of the
Nats took scoring honors with 34
bounding star Russell and his Bos
ton teammates Wednesday night
Detroit and Minneapolis will
cliish in their series-deciding
SIGN TRADE ( PACT
JLO&iDDNI) Britain and
IrarJ to:iay signed a new com
mercul agreement -calling for
increased trade between the two
section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inoR'-'
FOf? INRORMTION CALL 2-0740
Finance" Uonit New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All. Types of Auto Insurance
CITES TB RATI
LONDON (UPI)-Julian Amery,'
secretary for the British colonies,
said 'yste'rday that 2 per cent ot
the adults in Hong Kong have
tuberculosis in active form. He
maae Me statement in answer to
a question in the House of Com
FOR SALE: 1956 sation wagon
9-passenger Country Sedan. V-8
engine, Fordomatic transmission,
dual exhaust,.. ior milage, new
WW rirta,t''afoiy -pack, large
wheel disks, tutone paint, and
rear bumber luggage rack. Phone
Albrook 86-6238, Quarters
FOFt SALE: Model "A" Ford,
truck type body. Good condition.
WANTED: 1957 Lincoln or
1957 1958 Cadillac or 1958
Bukk Super, Phone 2-0261
FOR SALE: 1951 4 door Stude Stude-baker,
baker, Stude-baker, runs good. 5th street No.
2116-D. Telephone Curundu
FOR SALE: 1958 Victor Vaux Vaux-hall
hall Vaux-hall sedan. Excellent condition.
Comfortable. Economical driving.
American owner. Call 3-7374.
Morland's Jets captured the se
cond half title in the big game of
the week as they knocked off the
first half champs "Buick," by a
score of 4 to 3. Tom Drohan
pitched a neat four hitter for his
fifth win aytvinst two losses. Ken Ken-way
way Ken-way gave- ud seven scattered hits
in, taking his third loss as against
The Jets, who haVe been gei
lots of practice Under their man.-
ager Don Frajicey, and Coach,
George Downing,, are now for the
championship playoff, which will
start a week from today
The Jets drew first blood in
tnnof ih first at ..Waomtt..
nr. advanced to second on a field
er s choice, afid scaredBn hit
through third by Hutchinson,
Buick tied it up in their half on
a single and stolen base by Leon,
and a two-base blow by Bialkows Bialkows-ki.
ki. Bialkows-ki. Buick forged ahead in the third
as Billison1 and Cronan walked.
Bo:th;iirlttoefs, advandefl prf Leon's
gf6if)id buf 'short to first: Keflway
singled in Billison, and Cronan
scored as the center fielder erred.
Top of the foruth the Jets came
back with the out, Pappa walked,
Wilder was safe on an error and
WesGott walked in lad thr bases.
Field hit one' back to third, scor
ingsapp the Ufifaseafe
threw tf48tv- Greea theii-Brought
in Wilier oh a sihgie; to center,
Wescott attempting to score was
out at the plate. The Jets took the
verdict in the 6th.
.yierisingled with two out and
idvancea to third on a two-baste
error, Wescott safe at first.
Field game thrrough with a hit
scoring Wilder. Buick went down
in order in their half of the in inning,
ning, inning, ending the game due to dark darkness.
ness. darkness. The Jets won theil" other game
of .the we?k, against M.R.A. with
Rusty Field taking credit for the
win. The Jets used all their rook rookies
ies rookies in inning 7-fo-6.
Mrttas scored two victories this
week, over Buick and M.R.A. and
moved, up into second place for
this half. ;v
game Wednesday night in Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis with the winner earning
the right to meet the St. Louis
Hawks in the western finals.
tJVltlv JUM UntwratK,
, vVlewf tTw)ej Systein
PHtal Mistake v
' iAMORA, SrJak (UPI) One
member of a. 'family.; was.. killed
and five otherawera grade ; sw sw-lously
lously sw-lously 111 yesterday when Mantiela
Rodriguez, mistaKenly put arsenic
in hnr familv'i iniinVnatoorl n(
salt. ;Mrs- Rodjigaei't 3-ykrar-W
FOR SALE: Simmons sora bad,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator, 8.3 cu. ft.
FOR SALE: -Bargain. One only
DeLuxa Kenmoro automatio
dryer No. 553890 Floor Sample
3 temperature control protects
fabric:. 10-lb. capacity, porcelain
interior. Regular $269.95, sal
price $99.00. One year guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. Sears Roebuck, S.A, on the
FOR SALE: Bargain. Two each
Kenmore automatic dryer, floor
sample-demostrator, 9-lb. capa capacity,
city, capacity, porcelain interior, regular
$229.95, sale price $99.00. On
year guarantee. Sears Roebuck,
S.A. on the Transithmian.
HOR SALE: Nice dining set
complete $175.00. Air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner 4, $150.00. Telephone
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, Fri Fri-gidaire,
gidaire, Fri-gidaire, new dining room set, 6
chairs, double bed1 set, dresser.
Call 6-450 Housd 146 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Modern living room
set, Frigitfaire 9 feet, buffet,
tables, chairs, 2 burner hot plat'
lectrie faster-cooker, miscel miscellaneous,
laneous, miscellaneous, accessories. You name
it, I have it.
GRACE LINE CLOBBERS
y JOE REYNOLDS
' f r n T n vi.I1a4' miliMi tin
fit $$iSfaw' tvs
tn-i. K it
me secona nau wiuout too mucn
trouble, Due to the loss of some
of their 'best, players, Fidanqug's
chahces have climoad down ter
Guieneri, of Fidanque, was Hie
llfcf Knit. fst fUa rtnmn MCT1bm4-
Ab R H
1 3 1
Ab r h
1 0 0
Grace Line 2
Blue Star Milk o'
PAN AM JETS EDGES
BLUE STAR MILK 10-9
The fly-boys needed this win to
stay in the running for the second
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service v, Arrlvt
"MORAAN" Mar.. 2(1
"ULDA" Mar. 28
"YAQUE," ;.Apr. 4
"MORAZAN" Apr. 11
"ULUA" ...Apr. 18
Also Handllnt Refrigerated and Chilled Cart
New York Service
Weekly &ilins:s of twelve
York, JNew.; Orleans, Los
SPECIAt- ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New. York and Return .......
Toan.Franelsco andor Seattle and Return
FOR SALE: Lon focus (ones
Elnar 90 n.n. F4, H ok tor 135
nn. F4.5 metraphot light meter
will fit all Leica camera $100.
Curundu, 2031-B, 2nd St. Tel.
PLANNING A STATE VACA VACATION.
TION. VACATION. Beach horn on Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay in Virginia for rent
by the month or season. Thro
acres, sand beach, all utilitiea.
For information call Canal Zone
3-29T5 or writ Box 317, Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Special price 1 1-Round
Round 1-Round Trip Airplane Ticket to
Lima, Peru. Phone 36-707.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner,
1 Vi ton used, 4 weeks, bargain
priced, $219.00. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4436.
FOR SALE: Cheap, 20 volumes
Colliers Encyclopedia with 2 vo volumes
lumes volumes standard dictionary. 50 vo volumes
lumes volumes Harvard Classics ana" 36
volumes Encyclopedia America Americana.
na. Americana. Agencia Tono Gonxilex, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue 9-51 (one block
from Lottery Building).
FOR SALE: Round table with
laxy Susan and 4 captains chairs.
Tel. 4-1488, before 10 or after
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1955 Johnson out outboard
board outboard 25 h.p., good condition
$250.00, Tel. Balboa 3417.
WANTED: Boat trailer for 18'
boat 1000 lb. cap. Must be in,
good condition. Telephone Bal-f (
boa 2352 790-C, Tavernilla St.
FOR SALE: 14 foot runabout,
fiberglassed plywood, trailer, trailer,-remote
remote trailer,-remote controls, $350.00. Phon
half MamuRmshlp: Irf SaweMW
-lun'jf 'iath em managed to 'Aake
at least one Tun Dui ,m raw ena
the fly-boys squeezed by with
that all impartant 'extra rua ia the
last -uming..' r ?
De-la-Garza and Warren were
the only ones n the fly-boys team
who were able to get a hit off of
Cassiby of Blue Star Milk. The
big sticks for Blue Star Milk were
Bradley, Cassibry, and Dougla.
The box scores
Bjirt; Star Milk
x Ah R H
Pan Am Jets
, .Mar., Zl
.Eyery; (15) Daya
passenger ships to New
Anjeles, San Francisco
FOR SALE:- Lot 5M and 1.000
meters, in Hi Nimv Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across Hi Ramon
Racetrack. All lets with etreet
fronts, tawaga, water main and
lectrieity. CaD W. McBaraatt.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 sonar
meters in the bast location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street and nw street. For infor infor-motion
motion infor-motion please call Tel. 2-2170
front S a.m. t 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to f p.m.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished residence, luxurious, at El
Cangrejo. Phon 3-0912.
FOR SALE: Modern residence
on corner of 50th St. and 10th
Paitilla, 3 bedrooms, two baths,
hot watr $24,000 terms. Cu Cu-calon
calon Cu-calon tr Co. Realtors. Phon I I-3330.
3330. I-3330. FOR SALE: 1 1 ,00 square mot mot-art.
art. mot-art. $0.50 par meter, house and
lot. Call 4-1043, Panama.
FOR SALE: Triumph Thunder Thunder-bird
bird Thunder-bird motorcycle, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, extras. 0437-F Frangipani,
FOR SALE i A.K.Q. registered
Boxer pupa. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
Sen. Mundt Calls
Demos' Best Hope
J ( WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
kerdiy that Denate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson would
"by all odds' be the most diffi
cult presidential candidate for 'Re 'Republicans
publicans 'Republicans to run against. V
But Mundt said1 the Texan also
would prohably find it hardest of
an .democratic hopefuls to get
Wy's nomination;;; r
yuestioned by newsmen on a
radio jpanel (Mutual Reporters
Kouna-up;, he said he would sup support
port support Johnson's nomination. But he
said l)e did not think that anyone
can get the Democratic nod with without
out without backing from AFL-CIO Vice
President Walter P. Rauther jed
Mundt predicted that New Jer
sey uov. Robert a. Meyner or
Sen. Stuart Symington (D Mo.)
would be chosen to head he
Democratic ticket in 1960.
He said he would "not rule
out',' Sen. John F. Kennedy (D
,;Mass.) who, he said, is "certain
lyttnning and probably would be
happy to -a e 1 1 1 e for vice presi
Atlantic Twilight Basball
W L Pet.
Powells f 'fy
Alumni ? -''f
Bells 1 5 M1
C.H.S. 4 Alumni S
Tonight's Cam (Monday 7 o.m.)
CH.S. (1st Half) H Pw4ls
Pniiolic hacked into the second
half rhnmninnshiD of the Atlantic
Twilight League yesterday after
noon when ineir oniy conveiiucis,
Alumni dropped a to s decision
to Cristobal High.
It was the second successive
same Alumni had lost that score,
HroDDed a heart-breaker
to Powells Thursday night and
both games were battles down to
the seventh frame. Yesterrjiy af
ternoon, with only a small ray 01
hdpe left alive for a second half
tie, Alumni once more were, vic victims
tims victims of an unearned run.
Don Bruce opened th lower
oovonrh with a doubl to loft
center t t th stag of break breaking
ing breaking th $ to 5 deadlock. After
Will and Coin had skied out,
Hrnandi lifted on to right
field. Th.fly ball was dropped
by Swalm and Vines, running
forxBrUc, cam aeons with th
winning run. '
John Hatei made a bold big for
the batting Championship with 2
hits In four tries to boost hits av average
erage average from .468 to .472, but still
remained .006 behind Powells
Louia Dedeaux who became the
official vlM9 batting champ with
.478. Larry Wilder ana .Many,
Hemandt had 2 hits .for three
tries, to lead the High scnora
.John wamio went tno aisiance
' He : winners and Bitched 7-
hit-ball.i struck out 9 and walked
weiehte It was Wainio's fourth win
of theseason, putting the t TlRer
piicner in a tie wim roweu i
son for the most 'wins of the year.
Both Ditcher finished the sea son
with a 4 and 1 record. Corky Kar-
plnski went all the way for Alum
nl and was charged with his sr
WANTED t Coed seamstnn: A
' neat appearance, must do good
sawing. Plas call 2-1403 Im Immediately
mediately Immediately i or com t Blbo;.
Dress shop. 1
DRAWER A", OlABLOm
IOX I2L1. CRISTOBAL; C.Z;
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Wanted fd Buy
WANTED 953f,'l 9J4; 195ft'
Chevrolet Station Wagon, pro-
frablyX9 passenger, .Phon
0260.- 9. w ,.
WANTED: od cook and
laundress house keeper, will
stay in, all 2-2964. Cal, aft.r
. 6. p.m;-.--y ;-'::' .;
WANTED: Experienced mal
male cook "with references, for
one week at El Vail. Pleas call
3-0196, after 5:00 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday r TuesdayV;. 1
WATEDrxprVnaf ejejjj.ejrajl J
maid .must b. good ceek and
hav rfrnc. Apply in' off ic
hours t Agencies W, H. Dol,
S.A., Avenida Naekwai, W- ?
15 (Automobile Row),.
WANTED: General maid. Uv
in. MMtf IWfk &9lJf-'3
ncqilrtd, ll 3-40
WANTED: Panamanian maid to
cook, wash, iron, and watch small
child. May or May not live In,
HDies; Funeral -'
Set For Wednesday
Mrs. Florence Clarke, long-time
resident of Rio Abajo and widow
of Evans Clarke, diedlate last
'imd Htf? long jiess;.
Mrs. Clarke is survived-4y ner
daughters: Mrs. Maudry Austin.
Mrs., Rita Newland, Mra. Wihn Wihn-fred
fred Wihn-fred Nicholas, Mrs. Isamay Wil Wil-lock,
lock, Wil-lock, several grandchildren a a d
other relatives. j
Funeral services will be said
at the Corozal Chapel at 1 p.m.
Wednesday. Interment will follow
at the Corozal Cemetery.
REDS IHIINT ENCYCLOPEDIA
LONDON (UPI) The Soviet
Union has published a two-volume
encyclopedia for housewives. The
tripon,, Ctotmng garaeiuns, 1 w
reation, sports, medicine" and Jaw
At Mount Hope
cond loss of the year to even up
his season record at 2 and 2.
n. eta w w r
PLAY-OFFS BEGIN TONIGHTftow can we know in advance how
The best two-out-of -three series
for: the 1959 Atlantic Twilight
League title wijl begin, tonight
with the Tigers, first hall winners
and Powells, second half champs
and defeating title holders, scnea-
uled to olav at 7 o'clock.
A batue of lefties is expected to
be featured with Chris Hass listed
to oitch against Brian Lutz. Haas'
and 1 record is slightly better
Ditcher aDDeared onl three -t&nes
on the mound this yea'r;being held.
for most of the Interschool games.
These two teams' hav met
fiv times this yar and Pow Powells
ells Powells hold big bolg of four
wins. Powells' batting champ,
Levi Ddaux and an array of
good hittor wlHv a team a ver ver-ag
ag ver-ag of M9, ,1s. reason enough
that th ;dfndinf hamps have
been posted fa verities to take
th series In two oams.
Cristobal's team average Is .289
which is healthy, enough .consider
ing, -that they oon t nave the col
lection of .409 hitters that help
boost the Powells average.
ad k n fo a
Hatgi as-2h. 4 2 2 2 .2'i
Aiwmo v; ; r i, 1 & 5 0 0
Mann cf-rf-. -31 0 100
Donahue, 3b, ;4 0 1 0 ,30
Sandeta, If 3 0 1 : t 0 0
KarpinakLpv 3 0 V 0 2 0
Lelgnadier zd-ss 4 o:v 1. 0 2
Swalm ri-cf 3 1, 0 102
j'..jVT. '3'pi '.'' ..
Wilder 2b 2 .-
Kulig .n...'lff4 4 1,1' 1 30
Mcqioin m 1 3 0 1 0 8 o ; 0
Bruce. rf r 0 1 1 -Jt
Wit'c!'H Wr. Qto 'iiW
Cotton c vjAfcbwA i4 ;,f' j..O
- Wainio p
; WANTEtHf-liir.Ual secretaries
with shorthand, bilinfual ac accountant,
countant, accountant, Sod salary. Servlcie y
; Colocaeienes,. Camera dCmr.
eio, kuildfinf No. 9, phon J.
, TELEVISION SERVICE
iY, Radios, Hi-Fi Transitora
specialist., Va service all snake
and models. We don't pretend to
fuaranree our work. W tMr.
CRAWFORP AGENCIES, Tiv
Av. U.2Q. T. 2-1905.
J" Horn Servie. Alway
": t 0.$:, TELEVISION.
PfconsT 3-7607 Panami, Servie
tJ$$Qr a.m. t 10:00 a.m.
Protect your Horn and, proper.
again -tnseef d Mif a,
Prompt sciantifie treatment a
mrgncy or monthly budgat
T,,Pn0 Pronto Service,
Panama, 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
' wMri T TV '"".
rr-WJ't ") respect your
' Phon, "ELECTRONICS"
(Presented bv the Dl4m.s
of Christian Education nf k-
' Yotif' Ivanbif BiW Roadingt
fPr tMark 10:32-41
; CAN WET
5fesoraW unto tW an
y i drlojr. f th cup fcat dm It
err rm my said unto Him,
-Were at the beginning of the
Church. Season known a Pa..i AM
tide, and for the rest of thia T..n.
terl Season w shall fir
thoughts UDOn th Paasinn tJ n-
L!idi T5tl??eT HtaJakt days
and last bufferings eulmTnating ra
His "last and fiercest fiifht."
In the Bible reaHincr fnr M,;.
evening,, we note how James and
John thetwo young "hopefuls"
for the chief seats in the Lord's
Kingdom, so brashly assumed that
fby,'i;0admeet whatever test
wy jmigm nave to met
'Gan.youdrink my cup of woe
with, me?'.: asks the Lord. "We
can of course we can! thv
As-Wjtft them so with 1st r oft.
n aeema tVerv easv to follow m
LirrfCJiivarv until we arlTial.
pwMCjiMo it. Saying a thing
na aouig ir are two vastly (lifer (liferent
ent (liferent things. .Lip service is a popu popular
lar popular sport, not only of Christians,
but of all people in our commu community.
nity. community. Of course 1 love my fellow
man? Of eoursds believe in dem democracy!
ocracy! democracy! Of course I am honest.
and wouldn't cheat anybody! But
we suaii siana up unaer the tempt.
tation that may sweep all of our
confidence away in failure tomor tomorrow?
row? tomorrow? v
If we have had enoueh oast. or.
penence to know that we cannot
stand except by His trength a a-Joe,
Joe, a-Joe, we are fortunate. The Pss Pss-sion
sion Pss-sion of xur'Lord teaches us that
GodJiay gone through thAca nk.
lenis hndiis ever with us in ours.
Funeral servient wMi v. L.
ducted at the eorozal Chapel a 1
P m: Wednesday for the late b b-remiah
remiah b-remiah Garraway, who died 11-
oay ,ai uu'Ubre.
Mr. Garrawiy, a retired J-
Ploye Of the Panama Pun at Tt.
Division, was iborn In Gronata.
".tf yeari ago.
u sir t j. t
tie is survived by his me,
Myrtle,, and pther relatives.
The services, to be condui id
by Father Lynch, will be fol
Pfl hv hlinal in th rnrnTal Ui.
jiery ,. ; r
BUDAPEST fUPIW-A HonJn.
wet Party Resolution nubliM
yeaterday culled for imornvmlnt
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SARA WHITENER, Relay Queen (center), presents trophy to
100-yard dash winner Charlie French of the Balboa Tean. At
left is G. Edgehill, Ft. Kobbe, who placed third.
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Henry C. Ingersoll
Dies In Denver
News of the death Jan. 18 in
Denver, Colo., of Henry Clyde In Ingersoll,
gersoll, Ingersoll, former Chief Customs In Inspector
spector Inspector in Balboa, was received
this week by friends on the Isth
mus. Mr. Ingersoll was 72 years
Mr. Ingersoll died at the Denver
home where he and his wife had
been living since they left the Ca
nal Zonfc ht aB. EuneipftUjiervjces
were held in the Colorado capital.
Born in Elizabeth, Col., Ingersoll
served with the Navy during World
War I. He came to the Canal Zone
in September, 1922, as a postal
clerk and later served as postmas
ter. In 1924 he transferred to Canal
Zone Customs, with whom he .serv
ed until his retirement in April,
Mr. Ingersoll Is survived by his
wife, the former Lena Wilson, who
taught school in the anal Zone,
and by a brother, Alva, also of
Mrs. Pierre Dies
Mrs. Jpsephine E. Pierre, 47,
Panamanian, died early this morn morning
ing morning at her land lease home near
Her husband. William R. Pierre,
who reported her death to police
at 3:00 a.m., said that she had suf suffered
fered suffered from a bad cough for some
time and that for the past week
.-hee had complained of severe
The body was taken to Coco Solo
Hospital and pronounced dead by
Dr. J. A. Johengen.
An autopsy has been ordered
PATSY AWARD COMPETITION
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Award Award-winning
winning Award-winning performer Lassie will
compe'e with five other animal
actors today for the a n n u a I
Patsy Award. The long haired
slar was ton don last vour in tht
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Anthony Quinn, whose strong, unsculptured face has
a dramatic appeal to women of all ages; has a virility
and drive that adds to his attractiveness. Both were
present in abundance in his Academy Award-winning
appearance in "Lust for Lifeand in "La Stra Stra-da'
da' Stra-da' and both are more than ever visible in the com compelling
pelling compelling performance he gives as the-girl-chasing hus husband
band husband in Paramount s Hal Vallis VistaVision produc production
tion production "HOT SPELL," which comes WEDNESDAY to
the CENTRAL THEATRE.
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ANCHORMAN Charlie French
,o the Balboa 880-yard relay
team crosses the-finish line to
set a new record for the track
For Dr. VernPrier,
irfomnrial services will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Christ
rhnrrh Vw.the Spa in Colon for
Dr. Vera Prier who died Friday
at Gorgas Hospital. Dr. Prier had
oeen distric aenusi in nsiuuai
for 37 years.
The Sojourners Lodge, A.F.&
A.M. of Cristobal, will conduct the
Masonic part of the services.
Mpmhprs nf the familv have ask
ed that intead of sending flowers
friends make donations to ine ca canal
nal canal Zone Committee for Aid to
Phvsirallv HandicaDDed Persons.
The address is Box 246, Balboa
Heights -ttffifti p'V:.
Dr. Prier, a native of Illinois,
came to the Isthmus in 1916. He
practiced dentistry in Colon until
1922, when he was appointed dis district
trict district dentist in Cristobal.
Survivors include his wife, a
son, Dr: William E. ,Prier of the
Gorgas Hospital staff; a daughter,
Mrs. James Wallace of Coco Solo;
and six grandchildren.
Modern Lady Godiva
Loses Steed, Bikini
To Ardent Admirers
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil
(UPI) A publicity-seeking
show-girl got more attention
than she had bargained for
when she set out yesterday to
emulate Lady Godiva's famed
Jorgina Fires Sampaio wore
only a brief bikini, hidden by
her Ion:; blonde tresics. She
ended up without the bikini
and without her horse.
Eager male hands stripped
off her bikini even while she
was riding devn the central
Avenida Rio franco. A police policeman
man policeman came to her rescue and
covered her wir.h his coat, then
hustled her off to the police
The Imatron loaned her
clothes so she could return
home safely. The horse disap disappeared
peared disappeared In the confusion on the
THE WINNING Balboa High School field and track team poses with the RelajjflQfoeen and her
Queen Sara Whitener, Joan Bartlett and honorary referee Harold Zierten. '
Air Force Boss Says More US Soldiers For Eiiropi
Would Make No Difference Should War Break Out
doubts that sending in any new army units would make any difference in case of war. v,
The Air Forcechief, who represents his service on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, appeared before the Senate preparedness subcommittee last
week. His day-long testimony, heavily censored for security reasons, was made public at the weekend. :: iri;; Z
"For this situation (Berlin) I feel there is no real requirement for further strengthening or equipping of our armed forces In EurojU," Whit
Hpweyw, he said existing forces are not up to full strength because of the rotation system "and, it would certainly not be wrong to fill
that"p." ;.!.. !. .
"But to send new units and so on in this situation in my opinion would have no influence to speak of on the outcome of a Berlih Incident,
because the Seenth Arniy is one of.the best. trained and best equipped units in the world." Vv&ti."
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
chief of staff, said in testimony
made public Saturday that the
Seventh Arjy has asked for
more troops, as well as addi additional
tional additional weapons and "I person personally
ally personally support the request."
Taylor also noted that such.
additions to the forces in Eu Europe
rope Europe might require the recall recalling
ing recalling of reservists or organizing
. For the most part; White's
testimony appeared to go
down the line in support of
administration defense policy.
White's testimony covered
nearly 200 pages of transcript,
some of which were completely
blank after censors chopped out
military, secrets. In addition to
his assessment of the Berlin
situation, White said:
"In every respect I feel that
the U.S. military forces are ade adequate
quate adequate to carry out national pol policy."
icy." policy." As head of the Air Force,
he sought more money than was
approved in tthe fiscal budget
request, but as a member of the
Joint Chiefs he. took items out
that were not absolutely "vi "vital."
tal." "vital." Research and develop development
ment development on- the Army Nike-Zeus
rocket should go forward as
fast as possible, but it prob probably
ably probably would be a "great waste
of money to go into produc production
tion production with it now. White said
the Army was more "optimis "optimistic"
tic" "optimistic" about Nike-Zeus than the
Warned against "downgrad "downgrading"
ing" "downgrading" manned bombers in lavor
ot more, emphasis on missiles.
"I feel very strongly, that the
Soviets have a great fear of
our Strategic Air Command
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(SAC)." He said there was "no
question" that SAC's retaliatory
power was superior .to Russia's
a this time.
Supported the administra administration
tion administration decision td press develop development."
ment." development." of the ; sojld-f uel t Minute-
marr Intercontinental ballistic
missile instead of producing a
large number of the "first gen generation"
eration" generation" liquid fueled ICBMS ICBMS-Atlas
Atlas ICBMS-Atlas and Titan.
Asked if he would like to
have ICBM production in increased,
creased, increased, White said "like any
military man I would like to
have more forces."
Later, however, he added "but
I have very grave question that
it would make good sense to in increase
crease increase .the large first genera generation
tion generation liquid-fueled ballistic mis missiles."
At one point in the testimony,
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.),
frequent critic of administra
tion missile policies, said White
was saying, "unless we want to
adopt a policy of massive re retaliation,
taliation, retaliation, another name for
which is hydrogen bomb war warfare,
fare, warfare, we have no way today to
protect ourselves against the
White's reply was cut out.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash.)
Wash.) (D-Wash.) also expressed concern
about "downgrading" production
oi avauaeie rockets in favor of
an ICBM still under develop development.
ment. development. Sen. Clair Engle (D-Calif.)
asked if the United States could
not combine some of its pre present
sent present shorter range missiles and
give itself some ICBM capability
lor tne time being.
White said this "could be
done" by using the Thor-Able
4. ? 8
b4lievesUxiUf ng US ground
combination. It includes a first
stage intermediate range rock rocket
et rocket with a second stage Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard atofr It.
White testimony was releas released
ed released amid these other develop develop-ments:
ments: develop-ments: Assistant Senate Democratic
Leaaer Mike Mansfield (Mont.)
urged the government to eya-
tuauc American military wives
and children from Berlin so
u.o. rorces there will be ready
lor any showdown with Russia
The President put finishing
touches on the radio-TV report
, Jl"1 maKe 10 tne nation to tonight
night tonight on the Berlin situation.
Billy Graham Ends
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Evangelist Billy Graham yester yesterday
day yesterday closed his Melbourne crusade
before a crowd of 130,000 persons
the largest, he said, he had ever
The size of the crowd far ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the attendance of 100.000 at
the opening of the Olympic Games
in Melbourne cricket grounds in
195&. Every seat was occuoied and
15,000 sat on the grass. Thousands
more stood outside the ..cricket
eroUnds and heard the sermon
Graham's previous record audi audience;
ence; audience; was it the Yankee Stadium
in New York.
"This is a historic moment not
only for Australia but clearly in indicates
dicates indicates a religious revival due to
the great spiritual hunger in the
T,he .North Carolina Baptist min minister
ister minister will fly to lasmanja Monday
to conduct two meetings then take
i holiday at a Queensland beach re
fnrt nn nhvsirians orders. Sieht in
his left eye has been weakened be-
cause of overwork.
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court. In the foreground, left to
forces in Europe should be bfdUeht UD to full Btrnth hut
He was expected W couple his
report with a strong new de
fense of his military and. for foreign
eign foreign atd"programs, now under
fire in Congress.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R (R-N.Y.),
N.Y.), (R-N.Y.), terming himself "still as
Elsenhower Republican," said
the administration seemed to
be giving a balanced budget
higher priority than defense.
He said he would vote for up
to two billion dollars more In
Two senators Paul H. Doug
las tu-iuj and Wallace P. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett (R-Utah) said the Unit United
ed United States would be hard put to
raise money to pay for a war
over Berlin because 'of the 'al
ready huge national debt.
Cfaim Be Hired
hi Spies For US
PRAGUE, Czechoslo v a k 1 a,
(UPI) Two German house
wives who, claimed they were
sent nere to spy:;ioj:tne,
ed States have been; ordered ex,
pelled. s,y. -.-, V''-;
The women, who' came1 here
to see the world hockey cham-
pionsmps, told a government
called news conference the
United States paid them to pick
up such top secret Information
as tne price Of rood In Prague
markets and a map of the city.
Mrs. Cora Strauchy. 38, and
Mrs. Ludmilla VogeL'' 58, laid
out as evidence of their "espio "espionage
nage "espionage activities one; East' Ger
man-made camera a and -two
notebooks allegedly prepared
lor "lnvisioie writing."
The women were" ordered ex expelled,
pelled, expelled, by the Ministry of; In Interior
terior Interior because of-: their "full
and' genuine re-
Ross Tamblyti Alan Younj :
Terry-Thomss Peter Sellert
Jessie Matthews June Thorburn
Bernard Mlle ftjppelooitt
n Stan Fretarj s'
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(Photos: Thoma Ho)
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