The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Cqsiillerot.'Poiter Doesn't
Know What He's Talking Of,

Former Paaaraanlaa deputy foreign minister Dr. Ernesto Cas Cas-tillwo
tillwo Cas-tillwo yesterday said Hnl Zone Gov. William E. Potter didn't
know what he was talking of when he attempted t "minimise
ih. imnnrfkncii th Panama Canal." : v i

. Castillero Was referrinlr to speech Potter made last Friday

in which he light shrugged off the proposition that Panama anl

the US should split the gross revenues ot me uanai so-&u. j

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PROPER HAND SIGNALS are given young Halntwv City re resident
sident resident by Cristobal Police at safe, bicycle riding classes. Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 70 young folks took part in the first class and
more are expected when the second session is held this-week.

- aH11j: said the 'Canatr has

been one of the most important fac factors
tors factors which contributed to the pres present
ent present wealth of the United States -r
' Castillero, who while deputy for foreign
eign foreign minister in the,present:.a the,present:.a-ministration
ministration the,present:.a-ministration was the first Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian official to voice the 50-50, thes thesis
is thesis publicly, also berated Potter for
not using the 'dignified, and pre precise
cise precise language of a statesman, in instead,
stead, instead, he said, "he evades the i is issue
sue issue and resorts to insults, ealling
Panamanians ignorant...
OettiUere ssii Potter
mistsken when he seld .?
counting system -of the Panam
Canal.; .1.

" Yankees don't understand ft

either. The different probes carried

out by Congress is proof of the lack

of confidence which exist both

there and here (US and Panama,)
with regard to- the precise origin
of the income and the purpose if
the expenditures," Castillero de declared.
clared. declared. -J.
Castillero described tti account accounting
ing accounting system of the Panama Canal
as ''confused and deceptive" and
said there were gross -contradie

tions between Potter's views and'
the actual reports of Canal oper

ations, jf j

CZ Cops Teach
Young Cyclists
Safety Rules :

- 3onsid'erable ,rittenl
'to the. -safety of bicycle-riders
and'thB' observance ot -tralfiG
aafety inle by the young iy iy-ells;,"7
ells;,"7 iy-ells;,"7 1 J-

ppriodicallv ; -safety training

gessions f held at wnach bi bicycle
cycle bicycle riders, old and young, are
Invited to learn simple safety
rules for their own protection

and for the avomance oi sw
dents. i

Training sessions are now be be-m
m be-m nrtnriiirtert hv the Cristobal

Police for young residents of

Rainbow City. Tnese are oeing

conducted by Sgt. A. B. Cooper,

senior traffic otneer, ana jro jro-liceman
liceman jro-liceman A. R. Hauser, 1
Approximately 70 children
participated in the safety
training sessions- last week,
all of whom will be present presented
ed presented with certificates of attend attendance
ance attendance at the next class which
will be held at 9 o'clock
Thursday morning, :

Because of the great interest
displayed, it is ahUcipated that
the, class this week will be

greatly enlarged, according to

tne announcement oy me wis-
tobal Police District Command-

er.Capt, 15. S. smpieyr

The classes at Rainbow City

are open ta all young children
who desire to have aafety in

structions.

31 Enroll for First ; 8-Week Course
With AFSCME Training Institute;

Training institute for, members

of Locals- Buuana ruu.
derway last night at Locai 800

rhfrtWnMii iftem be r S have

thi first eight-j

week coirse tor mc raunw oiw

mempers. MeraoBia uum vix vix-boa,
boa, vix-boa, Paraiso and Panama City
weie sin. attendance.

SuDjects to be covered, during

the next eight weeks are;
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Whv workers have a labor

movement. The need and

importance of international
affiliations. Rights and re responsibilities
sponsibilities responsibilities in the labor
movement.

1. Structure of the: labor

movement. Local unions.
The international union.
'The AFL-CIO. The obstacles
confronting the existence
and expansion ot the labor
movement. ,'
i. The rights of non-US citi citizens
zens citizens as employes of the US
Government" in the Canal
Zone. The; proper way to
exercise those rights,
4. Principles of. union leader leader-shipj
shipj leader-shipj Parliamentary proce procedures.
dures. procedures. The local union- by

laws. The international un union
ion union constitution. General
aims. and. outlook of the

. labor movement,
8.) Preparation ot "the negO'
tiators. The difference be

tween collective bargaining

and negotiating for puojic

' Temployes. Legislation before
' if tfo nnnwm Effecting

Non-US citizen workers to

v .. the Canai, z,one,

'Wl)aofr-
., membership to Support th
I demands marie by the ne-

Prenaration of pttblit opirt-

' Ion to understand and sup

port the demands ,naoe uy
the leaders representing or organized
ganized organized labor.
a rinr ivni unions in he Oa-

' nal Zone and" politics in
the Remibllc of Panama.

Foreign affaiTS. 1

The 81 members taking part
in the Pacific Side course have
divided into three dis-

niRsinrt mouds. An AFSCME

snniresman said that ten more

members may 'enroll before
npvt. Mondav nleht for this

nnri Aftt that, no mors will

be accepted until the 'next
course is started.' '- i
The spokesman pointed out
that the program outlined has
been approved by John P. Cald Caldwell,,
well,, Caldwell,, director of education of
the AFSCME, AFL-CIO; George
T. Guernsey, assistant director
of education for the AFL-CIO
and Daniel Benedict, director
of education ,.4 or 'the ORIT-
icftu. ;4jyy
The spokesman further an announced
nounced announced that the Atlantic Side
course will start Friday night,
at 7 vo'cicck in Local 900's Atlantic-Side
office, In Cristobal.

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PRR Laborer

Collapses,

Sweeping Out Car

Carlo Merchant, M, Panama

nian, a laborer employed with the
Canal's Railroad' Division In Cris

tobal, collapsed' and died on the job

of apparent natural auseS yester1

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African Leader

Directing Riots
Is Red-Trained

FORT HILL, Nyasaland (UPl)
African National Congress Lead

er. Max MSopole, reported master-

mind.or the native campaign w
yiolence in the northern province

of 'Nyasaland; nas estaDiisnea nts
headquarters in the Njsuku Moun.

tains oa tne ianganyiKa
oficials reported oday.
tThey said Msopole; who was be believed
lieved believed to have received tfaining
lit Moscow was directing opera operations
tions operations for large gangs of Africans
in raids on villages where gov
ernment buildings and homes of

African loyal to the government
have been burned, V.
Heavy reint brought tempo
rery hrt to both terrorist and
government operations in the
northora proyinco.
Security, forpes,' conducting t a
clean-up cimpaign in the native
villages, killad one African and
wounded two,, yesterday when
they opened fire en massed dem demonstrators.
onstrators. demonstrators. '' V :
Tlbops to tte'iZomba area ar arrested
rested arrested 23 young Africans as they
wound up voperation Berring Berring-bone't
bone't Berring-bone't in Southern Nyasaland
while Operation Triangle' ended
in the'centr&l provinces wth the
arrest of five' persons,
Ahorhof SO Afrins surrender-
A m uAorlki at Vort Man

ning following riots efc MUnjv

I Say Chaps.
Bags Of British
About Today
Well-modulated British voices
and clipped, clear accents were
heard in Balboa and Panama City

today and hundreds more are to

come ashore in the afternoon,

. Mt, Merchant ma sweepm-ffi ,M7f

a railroad car at 2:35 'p jiwnen
he was taken ill. A doctor summon summoned
ed summoned from oeo Solo hospital pro pronounced
nounced pronounced him dead.

An autopsy to learn the cause-of
death has been ordered.

Australia Resumes
Diplomalic Ties
With Russians

BROADBEACH, Australia,: Mar,

17 (urij Australia ana tne sov soviet
iet soviet Union today, agreed to resume
full diplomatic relations nearly five

years after a -soviet omciais oe
fection broke them off. V
Richard Casey, Australian Minis
ter for External Affairs,, and Ni
colai Firubin. Deputy Soviet For

eign Minister, confirmed at news

conference tnat reiauons woum oe

resumed at the ambassadorial lev
el W.

TTiey-were broken off I 1954 af after
ter after Vladimir Petrov defected from
the Soviet embassy at Canberra
and charged that Australian Com Communists
munists Communists and fellow-traveler were
feeding the- embassy secret Infor Information.
mation. Information.

TJf Vprfh. "-Britain's 'jnfnigfe

or state lor coioniai -aiian e, wu
orivori Wi Rlantvre for a first

hand report on the situation, took
advantage of the lull in the vio violence
lence violence to interview Africans who

have been rounaeo up py se

curity forces ana piacea m ue ue-tention
tention ue-tention camps. a

Central African f ederation rre rre-mfer
mfer rre-mfer Sir Rov Welensky, in a CBS

television interview, said Commu

nist influences could De ciamea
for some of the recent African
disturbances.
Income At Casino
In Panama Hilton
Nearly 3 Million
Gross income from the opera opera-t.inn
t.inn opera-t.inn of the casino in Hotel. El Pa

nama HUWn totaled $2,811,790 dur

ing 1958, according to figures re
ipaspd bv the Census and Statis

tical Bureau. This was $319,908

less than in 1957.

Tha lareest sum came from

the operation of the dice table,
which produced $1,338,668, or 47.6
Dercent of the overall income.

The roulette wheel produced $70,

339, blackjack $691,530 and poker
games and the slot machines,

$75,253. (

Expenses during 1958 totaled

$2,376,326 for a net gain of $435,
464 for the year, the report indi
cated.

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iwWj A Yi i J f f it 1e i2 t pti

Daily Averagi

Of 28.6

So Far In

Vessels

March

t

' Ship traffic moving through the Panam6 Canar con
Ainued.ata fast c,ip urln the lnt 15 day$ of March.
A total of 30 blue-water vessels moved ocean to ocean.
Of these, 417 were commercial, 13 were government op

No record-keeper can remem

ber whin it' (happened before"

lor three big British passenger

liners to tie up et Balboa piers
on the seme day.

First to arrive was the New Zea

land ShiDDine Company's steady

visitor, the Rangitata. She got in
this morning with 400 paying pas-

apntttra hniind fnr the United Klna-i

dom, She also- brought two stow-ferated.

8 S'S: ssengersl On a daily average basiv there were 28.6 vessels put
were busily converting thehr eur-ithrough every 24 hours during the first half of this month. 1
rencyrthe stowaways had checked; : u trflffic loI(j. u. A-n 'iJL A U-.-u

T miimilign wi ITIUIVII-""
a 31-day month the waterway has a good chance of
setting a new alltime numerical hiah for blue-water

Company's Reina del Mar on her iransirs.
& r j!'A ?"Pite high oarage of traffic during January
She brings several hundred! pas- February, the number of oceon-goers put through
sengers and will probably transit, during the first eight months of the Fiscal Yeaf 1959

came to one less than those making transits durino th

cornparative period last year. The newest eight-month to

roi is our.

in at Balboa 1ail

In the outer roadsteaa, where sne

paused before coming in to tie up,
was the Pacific Steam Navigation

northbound tomorrow.

Southbound through ttio Canal
'ioday is tho 1000-passenger South South-'
' South-' em Cross of the Shaw Savtll line.
She'll dock this, Afternoon and
sail at 5 a.m. for Pitcairn Island,
Tahiti, Fiiir and Auckland.
All Vessels: are regular Canal
customers. Andrews and Company

fare1 local agents for the Southern

Cross. The Fordr.Agency hanaies
the Reina del Mar, while the Ran-

kitita,lnoks.toNqjtn,JJ.lHy;-an!
PCMCPany to, take lr tvit,silf

The Rancitata's stowaways

brought considerable luggage with

them. Their names on tne guest
list at the Casa Wall are registered
as Allan William Hooper. 20, and
Patrick William Goulding, 24.

fiicaraguan Embassy
Officials Leave
Post In Cosla Rica
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, March
17 (UPI) The two top men at
the Nicaraguan Embassy packed
their bags and walked out yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, declaring that they?will seek
asylum as political refugees.
Ambassador JL,ebnte Herdocia
and embassy counselor jOtto So So-marriba
marriba So-marriba said they could no long longer
er longer serve a government whicn
they charged "defends outrages
and excesses." Their resignations
appeared to be an outgrowth of
recent border friction between Ni Nicaragua
caragua Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
The Costa Rican foreign office
said neither Herdocia nor Somar Somar-riba
riba Somar-riba has filed a formal applica application
tion application for asylum,
Herdocia radioed his resignation
to President Luis Somoza yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, saying that Guillermo Lang,

Nicaragua's consul general in

New York, had phoned to ask

him to recruit "eansters" to com

mit unspecified crimes in Costa

Rica. He said the request was

more than a man of honor coma

take. ..I

In Managua, Lang denied hav

ing made any sitch request. The
Nicaraguan foreign office said
Herdocia requested leave
month ago to seek treatment for

a nervous disorder, anaf aaaea
that his radiogram of resignation

indicates the gravity of ihis ner

vous decline."

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SGT. A. B. COOPER, eenlor traffic office in the Cristobal District," gives pointers oa Nfo riding to group of youhg WcjcH rlderd ol Rainbow Cltaf.

The number of ships using

he Canal during the first eight
Months of fiscal year 1958 in included
cluded included 197 oceangoing govern

ment owned? vessels as compar compared
ed compared with .127 in-1959, according

Williamson Place

Man On Probation;

Battery Was Charge

A family fight that reached
a Ditch that brought Canal

Zone police to Williamson Place,
early last evening was aired in

Balboa Magistraies uouri 10 10-day.
day. 10-day. Rufus Howard Burnette, 42,
American, was accused of hav having
ing having used force and violence
upon the person of his wife,
Mrs. Carmen Yolanda Burnette,
at about 7:15 p.m.
Burnette is employed on the
locks.
The details were far from
clear, but the defendant was
accused of hair-pulling, among
other acts of battery.
Found guilty, he was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced by Judge John E. Deal Dealing
ing Dealing to 30 days In jail, but the
sentence was suspended and he
was put oh probation for a
year, contingent upon there be being
ing being no repetition of the same
offense.
Judge Deming counseled the
couple to make an attempt to
get their marital affairs on a
stable basis and avoid other
such incidents.

to figures roleased stt Balboa

amain. : ,

'' -; -'..TH V ,Av
Tolls; oft commercial hln

sing the Canal during the.

wi r'Bu-jiuuMna : oi : in it ;

fiscar year Came to 2,8J5,r T

muu pTtemea i Slight ut

"w ver tne amount of

Claim To Throne

For Heirs Lost
By Buganda Prince

KAMPALA, Uganda (UPI)-The
brother of the King of Buganda
today forfeited any claim to
the throne for his offspring by

marrying a white girl. ;
The .Parliament of the African
kingdom formally removed any
heirs of Prince Henry Harold Ki Ki-mera,
mera, Ki-mera, 31, from accession rignts
through at least two generations
The decision was made because
the prince married Carol Ann
Whitney, 17, of Bournemouth,
England, on March 11. Prince
Henry has been studying law in
England and plans to settle in
southern France.
The Parliament cabled him that
"as you have married an English
girl, neither your children nor
grandchildren can be recognized
as being in direct line Ho the ka ka-bakastup'
bakastup' ka-bakastup' (throne.."

Cabbie Satisfies
Customers But
Displeases Cops
A taxi'full of prosperous

Mexican tourists who wanted to
have a look at the Panama Ca

nal proved an unlucky fare for
Panamanian cabbie Rogello Os Os-mundo
mundo Os-mundo B6squea, 35.
As B6squez was driving a a-cross
cross a-cross Miraflores Bridge, the
Mexicans told him to stop, and
he complied.
Today in Balboa Magistrate's

Court B6squez was fine $10 for
illegal stopping on the bridge,
plus five-days iri Jail, but the
jail term, was suspended.
Bosquez was then fined an

other $10 for having driven on
the bridge lnvthe first place. It
was found he had no license to
drive anywhere in the Canal
Zone.

tolls paid by commercial ships
during a comparative period

CUV, V.Ti
x f
During February, ocean-going
transits totaled 810, of whicfi:,"
19 were zovernment n w n a

ships. In addition there were 13

"i uwnea oy me Colombian
Navy,
Tolls collected during Feb!"
ruary amounted to $3,734,556, -slight
drop from toll during
January. J,,
The all-time monthly record-
I t0ls was set in July 1951
when tolls amounted to $3,855.-

Casfro's Paper
Launches Allack
On United Fruit

HAVANA, March 17 (UPI)-Rev
lucion, organ, of Premier Fide!
Castro's rebels, has launched ao
editorial attack on the United
Fruit Company which may provt
a prelude to government action i
gainst the company.
The first of a scheduled series
of articles on UFC operations ia
Eastern Cuba charged that the
company "owns ports, private rail railroads
roads railroads and thousands of acres of
land where the feudal fist rules. -i
The article was accompanied by
pictures of half-naked children out ;
side grass huts. It charged that i.
the company "denies farm work
ers the right to build new houses s.
on its grounds."
-'.r-'ftjf,.-
Revolucion said that m Central
America, where "generals and ',
legislators bow to its orders,'
UFC "manufactures dictators and-;
arms mercenary armies at will." r
Foreign observers here recalled ;;
that similar attacks on United

Fruit in other Latin American
countries nad often proved'ta bo
a preliminary to officiaf action i
gainst the company. -m"

Former Governor
Of Boys State
Due From Aruba

Warren Taylor, who was gov governor
ernor governor of Boys State last year,
was due to arrive from Aruba
todav to preside over the open

ing ceremonies of this year's
Boys State, scheduled Thursday
at Ft. Clavton.

Another youth from Aruba construction of
was expected to arrive with walls, showers,

Taylor, bound f$r Boys State.
They were to be met at To
cumen by American Legion rep
resentativea

Bids On Balboa
Boys1 Bathhouse
Ooened Bv PC

A low bid of $14,663 was of offered
fered offered by the Isthmian Con Constructors
structors Constructors for the rehabilitation
nf the bovs' bathhouse bulldinsr

i U Dntkia enrlmmlniv 1 nnnl

Bids were opened yesterday af-t

ternoon at Balboa Heights, t -Other
bids ranging from $15, $15,-119
119 $15,-119 to $17,780 were submitted by
Wright Brothers, of Colon: tho
Dillon Construction Company;
and Diaz and Ouardia.
The project will include tho
removal and demolition of ex existing
isting existing roof and wood partitions
and walls in the office, laundry 1

and dressing room across, the

a new. root,
storage and

other facilities.
The work shoulrtvb V-
ed within approximately two
month. r 1 '

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Comments

GUBERNATORIAL CALYPSO

I understand US' Ambassador Julian Harrington
Has sent off a letter to Washington.
The letter is addressed to John Foster Dulles
Asking for a new CZ Governor, something like Summer Welles.
The Ambassador is hoping that a new Governor
Will icU Panama the same things Brother Potter does.
With, tf course, a little different flavor
Which will not step so often on Panama officials toes.
Dulles asked Brother Ike for comments v
But Ike says he could only send Congressman Flood.
To this the Ambassador sent back many a don'ts
f Bine Canal Zone-Panama relations would end up with blood.
Ernestito is looking for new assistants and statisticians,
New deputies, new concejales and maybe some musicians,
To come up with new cost of living indexes
And probably a few more diplomatic Teflexes.
Pureign Minister Moreno has ordered, a recording machine
T" repeat to dockworkers, drivers and industrial workers,
PI am glad to hear you, you are to my office always welcome,
fl shall. send, your complaints through the regular channels."
i y .
Local 900 and, 807 are well acquainted with this song
And have apparently decided to cry elsewhere for the Local Rater.
But all the worker? will realize sooner or later ...
That problems must go through vicious circles and that sort of thing.
Whenever workers decide to attack on all sides
Using a thousand misguided approaches,
Management mismanages their claims and don't give a damn
Since every attacker is Weak and very eager to condemn.
When they condemn each other, however,
They use up all energies and management without being eager
gust laugh, laugh, laugh and still more laughs,
hilrrthe workers move around like frightened calves.
The unions are coming up with labor education,
Wonderful, 1 say. old boy, but why so late?
This should have been done from the days of inception
And not when the calves are nearly through the gate.
M.iybc Brother Potter should be assigned to West Berlin
Where when he insults and barks' like a dog.
A beai would be there to answer without foolin'
Inrtead of crying, bla-bla bla and chewing of the rag.
Potter has a id too much, too manv wrong times
And m. stirring un all dormant nationalistic feelings.
trwK TVa nr tYntW KnnlfT WlV intn thla raal fast

. S 1 1 Lli.l a.rv. in uuii 0 onuuiu luuik aiv vi -
; Or oru. day there may be a more serious diplomatic Wast.

. lee rercent uaionisi.

fHEXSTSTEM

St doubt whether those three clowns who made Mail Box
I raiments about the general'! wife's expenditures are Old Sol Sol-erli,
erli, Sol-erli, because if they were they would understand the system.
Mamie has Ike's private plane for her trips to Arizona lor
iaftty treatments. Flashbulb Willie's wife gets In the commy an
bur early. Pollticos getNtheir monthly commissary rations. .And
tarfal Zone Brats never, but never, do any thin wrong
tttie three clowns should sit back think about human nature,
f they were in the general's position they'd be ten times as baa.
R.H.I.P.

1 'AquWno Boyd is yelping about 50-50 on the Canal again. I
an!t figure it out. If he did get half net monies of the Canal it
auldn't help' any Panamanians but the rich ones. All te would
' j would be to make more semi-millionaires, and make the semi semi-iltonafres
iltonafres semi-iltonafres millionaires, and the millionaires multi millionaires,
id! the mutl-millionaires billionaires, and that's as far as Pan-
i ma's 90 percent share would go.
It would not help the country or the people. They would still
ave ta go and like in the Jungle like a bunch of animals, their
pmes shacks made of whatever they can pick up to build them
: ftth, such as you see along the Transisthmian Highway.
Inmy opinion it's a rotten shame that these poor people can can-btjld
btjld can-btjld themselves of the money-hungry politicians who are now
' knnmg the country. I've been down here more than 30 years,
id It appears to me as If the politicians are getting more selfish
id greedy all the time. There are some holding high office who
nductthemselTes as if they had never seen the inside of a
hool, , M
If the US gives these politicians what they are asking for now
fe might as well hand West Berlin over to the Reds. It would
' 4 no worse an example of yielding.
I cannot understand how they expect to get money out of
h enterprise when they never put any money in. The govern govern-ent
ent govern-ent of Panama did not put one cent into building the Canal,
s for the upllttlng of their country, they knew what they were
itting into. I think they are getting too big an annuity for the
lose as it is.
Oldtlmer.

WAGES AND PRICES

' In connection with wages paid and prices asited by local
ionopolists protected by customs duty tariff, who operate with with-tit
tit with-tit a heart and wring their profits through the sweat and toll
t their underpaid employes, allow me to call to your attention
ind that of tne Price Control Board in Panama tamblenj that
ement Is $1.25 per bag in Jacksonville, Florida, retail, per at at-iched
iched at-iched clipping from a newspaper published there.
, Whe nur,;hasinat the local protected cement produced by

hderpald labor getting only 30 cents per hour I found the
Use to be $1.45 per bag, or 20 cents more than Florida cement
roducd under minimum wage law of $1 per hour.
Otte fOf the men working at the local plant told me yesterday
bat, like the employes of another giant local concern, that they

sre getting 25 cents per hour unui several momns ago enner
c Labor Inspector or one of the kind-hearted big shots who
t DhotoairaDhed for publication In local papers had their

fages raised to 30 cents per hour. At the other big concern they
a work 15 hours per day, but these cement laborers can't
d that long a grind.
- -Again, we might mention, the minimum wage for ordinary
tbdr learning their Job is 50 cents per hour in the Canal Zone.
.Another thing, any financial wizard, even the eminent local
uthority on the subject and atill fishing for widows funds,
nqws that when you lay your money on the line you get what
ou. are after -- either work or licenses.
Abraham Finklestein

y VICTOR RIISIL

A few counterinfelllffpnr annte

viviKriv Diaeea around th i,n hu

the Pentagon, could keep a few
hundred million nvmmnf Ani.

' vmmivuv W7
Iars out of mob hands. Our De-

tense uept., which quakes before
no one, already has been shaken
loose Of multi-millinn dnllav Am.

fense contracts by underworld gar garment
ment garment shops, gangster-ridden truck

ers and criminal garbage scaven scavengers
gers scavengers and now the McCIellan
Committee comes up with a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago firm through which some
hoods are cutting in on sixty per percent
cent percent of the Nike work around that
city.
A fast check of the company
the Broadway Sheet Metal Ca.
would have revealed that some of
its owners were known Caoone-Ac-cardo
"Cherry Nose" Gio crime
Syndicate muscle men as far back
as the thirties.
One of the corporation owners,
Victor Comforte, flexed his mus muscles
cles muscles so noisily and clumsily when
he ran the Motor Vehicle and Ac Accessories
cessories Accessories Sales Union Local 71979,
AFL, that even the late William

Green had to lire him. And, broth brother,
er, brother, you really had to chomp tm
Chicago in 1939 to get the old AFL
chief to seize your Federal labor
charter.

Comforte sure threw his weight

tround usually behind a black

jack and the State AHornev'g

chief investigator, CaDt. Dan Gil

bert. wrote to the .national AFL
Headquarters romplaininc. Those

letters are still in the files.

Yet the local boy made good and

wound up af a nartner of one Dom Dominic
inic Dominic Senese in the Nike installation

firm. Brother Senese. as he is call

ed by the other officers and mem members
bers members of Teamster Local 703 of

which he is a business agent, is not
without influence in some unsocial
circles. He's related to boss Tough
Tony Accardo.
Sen. McCle'lan's roar, when he

came on all this, could have been
.heard. awav over In Virp'"'" vnA

it was. The Pentagon's letting of

contracts without checWn" was
what, original! v brouehi the Senate

racket busters into action. Bc in

1955 McCIellan and his counsel. Bob

Kennedy, discovered that "ntract

worth many scores of millions of.
dollars for uniforms for our fight fighting
ing fighting men had hen-'hsnded to mob

shops by the Philadelphia quarter quartermaster's
master's quartermaster's division.
Some ol thos boys didn't know

the difference between a sewine
needle and a hvoodermic and

bad. beenmatfng millions out of
both types. It got so bad some

ing manufacturers lust Tefused to
bid in. Now this shodd" oractice
has been' cleaned up. There are

loint Pentagon-U.s. Labor Detp.

Ladies Garment Workers Union Union-men's
men's Union-men's garment union screening

committees. Before a manufactur-

r can bid on a contract he must

first be cleared for a snecial list.

That list means the savings of mil

lions of tax dollars.

Other millions of defense dollars

have been lost because the govern

mentat least the men who con

tract for it let themselve be push-

ed around by the hrtodi. There was I

one fellow, Evan Dale, who cost

the Federals meaning you and

yon a cool $51,000,000.

Even in this astro-dynamical day

that figure is hard to believe.

Therefore I have for rou state statements
ments statements from the former U.S. Attor Attor-nev
nev Attor-nev General, Herbert Brownel!., He

called this loss the. result of an

attempt "to commit the largest ex

tortion nn record." Brother Dale, a

Chicago bov. was an official of the'

Hod Carriers and Common Labor

ers Union. He'was "the most pow

erful racketeer" in his area

southern Illinois where the gov

ernment was building a cower
plant for atom-bom'i making in

stallations at Joppa, in.

"Dale's campaign of sabotage

and terrorism has caused a rletd

loss to the U.S. in the form of in increased
creased increased construction costs which
is estimated at $51,000,000 Mr.
Brwonell disclosed after the Justice

Dept. had packed Dave away for

15 years.

...Dale plague Ebasco (the

construction firm V.R.) with 18

months of Jurisdictional strikes,
sabotage of equipment, violence to

workers and every conceivable

kind of intimidation."

We might balance the budget if

we could recover what the hoods

took from our armed forces.

5 'M?;?G'mOn-d Rememlwrm Notv

BNIa Sank,

W A STTTNflTAV --iLViHf r hrtef.

ing sessions at the White House

aomcumes can oe Donng,. auu auu-tary
tary auu-tary -experts stand in front of
charts with pointers in hand and
rattle off long sets of. figures.
Senators who are invited by the
President to attens, listen polite politely
ly politely but not always attentively.

ijsi weex,; as Alien -.-xiuues,
brother of the ill SecreUry , ol
State. and head nf rntrl In.

telligence, gave the s figures on
Russian military strength around
i: l

lueiuu, mere was no wooi-gaincr-ling.
Congressional leaders, were

has a total 17 divisions. Against

aoou wu.uw xracit soviet troops

Walter Wincheli In New; York

1

PAIIYWASIIIKGTOIJ
f-.EnRY-Go -Round

T BMW PIA1SON

going to fan Into the" Russian trap
and spend the United States ints
bankruptcy. That he said, is iust
what the Kremlin wants us to do.
- Several' nt K, o ; i

leaders had just read a Saturday

vemng r ost article-by the former
Secretary of S(ju n... i.l.

on, m which he warned of the se-

uwucBa i or me Berlin crisis, ahd
expressed. the belief that theltus--s
ana would think- uH. :"r

cipiUting a mUitary showdown-if

t uuiwu r aiaies was well ore
pared. 4 )-..;:''. '- v. ,:
U.rl V(. I 1-1.

"" ""a io rama. mey argued

.Z . wv luvuiuiia ui i uivie -auvance preDared.
Uie Red Ariny, the United States ness. But the President stood his

wuu u, cracs; ooviei troops oie-rtsnoruy before the Whlu
4n East Germany adjacent to Ber- House meeting with CongWssion

THI STRIKT O' DREAMS

Tennpscss William irinmnh

(at the Beck Theater) With ms lowing

: aweei jaira oi xoum arama
uraa finmorh.ntf in Vnn nnnlH

leel that k would be a smash long

Deiore tne first act curtain drop dropped.
ped. dropped. .Williams and director Epa
Kazan represent the Theater's

mightiest one-two nunch. "Sweet

Bird" is their 4 h wedding. Their
previous mergers won Pulitzer
and Critics' Circle trophies. .The
cast is excellent, especially Ger Ger-aldine
aldine Ger-aldine Page and Paul Newman.
Don't miss it. .At tha Winter

Garden earlier this week Sean
O'Casey's "Juno and the Pay Pay-cock"
cock" Pay-cock" was wedded to dirge hymns
and made; this mourner resdess.

a iugr ajia capaoie troupe Work

e d hardj te make you respect their
talentsbuhott rioulUn't iiAv h

show. Shirley- Booth" atari- and

looks like a star even when she
is in a flop. j ."A Raisin in the
Sun" rated the unanimous rave

notices.

Noel Coward 'Bala tha.

When he isn't busy. Hir upcoming
projects include a cinema and
ballet. .In one episode of "Some
tike, It Hot?' Marilyn 4Monroe
wears a skin-tight frock- that

shows more of Marilyn than
VOU've ever aan nt TtolMtt.

Remember actress Anna Sten?

Some of her niinNnm ai

, . f 'fcJ MAC VU CV
hibit at The Little. Studio, ;673
Mdlson Brooks Atkinson's
quote on "Lulu" which got a double-take:
"Too funny to be am amusing".
using". amusing". .You had to be there
Opening night to dig that line. At
widely seaterred intervals 1 the
hokum got laughs in bunches and
then nothing happened for a long
Smf See?" Teve reporter

fnuiam snewpt us wnen jht com

plained to steva aiw

mere s nothing funny

awasiiKa.

that

in a

Ir:!:

'JM IS A PRETTY BWAT

!jon de dock Is man all de time sit Don a scootah an watch

de wlmmen go by. Dls tall man tink him is reel Clark Oabel
d; him moutsstash cut same way but as yet I no tink him
fah myake out as a lovah. Wid all dese big toorlst boat cum cum-igjlin
igjlin cum-igjlin now him is In reei termall doan no witch dock fe go
rat to look. If no toorlst boat in de haboh den him meat all
adda boat wat cum in to see If eny wlmmen pon dem. All
e tjme bring camyrah from home to take plctchan of de wlm wlm-len.
len. wlm-len. Why him can do dls? If I do It I no get take on. Him
od tell me I cum fe work, no fe take plctchah. Him mus tink

n wimmen myake of candy cus wen one of dem walk by him
P-aaaMaakA Sw I l .a. In a a

L'r us "m cyea ,1CK nJn "P 1K nim wan eat dem. I

,n leiuin re ax one cuestyun Him get pay fe watch de

One of tha treatest history

books In English, The De Decline
cline Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire," by Edward Gibbon,
took 17 years to write. In the
book, Gibbon traced the prog prog-ress
ress prog-ress of Rome's decay during
the period, from 100 to 1453
A.D. Gibbon was a slow, con conscientious
scientious conscientious worker who did not
want to state a fact until he
had consulted Greek, Latin,
Armenian and Arable records.
. (Q gneyclopajla grltanaloa

Holiday mag's yarn aoout ac ac-trees
trees ac-trees Margaret O'Brien is a re refreshing
freshing refreshing relief from the usual fan
mag puffery. .The week's easiest
to believe quote was Zsa-Zsa's:
"Pltl not frustrated" Tnau

Adams, starring at the Interna Internationa,
tiona, Internationa, attracted his most sugary
notices with "his funniest act" to
quote one of his drama page fans
. .Last chance for local admir

ers: Kim Novak returns to Holly

wood on the 2lst and doesn't ex

time. ."The John Foster Dul

les Cha-Cha" has been retitled

"Pan American Cha-Cha." Fpl-

wincA that' anneared

nere recently . .And Shocks :
Readintr in a rust-mihlished' hnnk

(about Theodore Dreiser) that he

was anti-bemitic and a commy.

"A Raisin in the Sun" renra.sonts

tne Broadway debuts for the play playwright,
wright, playwright, the director and- the pro producers.
ducers. producers. .Beautv? Sea Dphnrnh

Kerr' in "The Journey" picture...

Add sound-alikes: T.le first lew
bars of Perry's theme: "Come
Along With Mef and Dinah's kiSs-

off: "See The USA!". .Channel
5s "new" show. "Theater 5"

consists frf "77 Sunset Strin'1 ra.

runs. Its competition on Channel

. .riay-vnnni Williams gave
Isqulre editors the fits-with his

bMMAftiertt a 1 1 n a t ion a Mi

"Sweet Bird" which the mag will

print m is April Issue; .The l.p.
named "Premiere Performance"
is worth a whirl: -A collection of
Jerome Kern's swellodies. Plus 3

unpublished chunes. .TV critic
Gould-noted; "Nn artiat wnrlh hi

salt wants a phony race that isn't

rootea in the critic's honest
convictions." (Hal)

"Lonelvhearts" skips the nafent

ed By-Gollywood version of a
newsDaDerman., No hlits-talkintr

scoop-happy . .The Debbie Liz-

Eddie story is becoming headline headline-worn.
worn. headline-worn. ."Ben Hur the movie

is being exploited in trade journ journals
als journals as "bigger than a spectac spectaculars."
ulars." spectaculars." Thatn't Big, folks. . .A
new platter getting a bitr olav

from deejays is named: "Pink

Shoe Laces". .The "J.B." cast

certifies all coanerated with Pat

Hingle replacement James Daly

. .If Time mag hurts your feel feelings
ings feelings with criticism, don't fret. It
panned' "South Pacific," the B' B'-way
way B'-way smash.

Jazz has become a noDular nh-

iec1: in highbrow mags. Thev ex

plain is function, significance

and All That Jazz. .Tesn. Wms.

has ioined The Club. Informs in

terviewers that lofty taxes have

made it impossible for him to gain

"security" . .The enthusiasm of

the "Music Man" cast is some

thine to enlov. Thev

have as much fun as

blaudience. .The Music

weekly payroll is $50,000.

Eva

Marie Saint's tr ends calls her Bub I crews

dor: "Success is eiffhtv nercent

determinaton andt wenty percent
talent". .The 5 year old tot in
ihe teevee revival, of "Tomorrow

Is Forever" ia Natalia Wood.

Snma vaare man Rnh Hnna nrac in

defeated he wanted to quit show

b.z. Humorist Harry Hershtield

changed his mind. .Lauren Bac Bac-all's
all's Bac-all's latest passion: poker.
Why movies .are so costly1.
Special lighting effects (for hte
average pitcture) cost $150,000. .
George Stevens, direc.or. of "Dia "Diary
ry "Diary of Anne Frank," launched his
Hollywood career as a gag writer
. .Director Billy. Wilder, who
cdv manv nloasant thintfs

nhnnt har in Prvsmnnnlitan claw

ed Marilyn Monroe in a recent m-

TAPiriaiD i.nrui m pa R.n.

Mn nn TV 1 Tha waara hav tniioh

H him ItohHvt He' 85.-.'.Sinful

Broadwayite: George? Abbott pro-

ducer of hit snows, aoesn i smoxe
or drink! .Frank's an eatery on

ITaAf CA.K Kna a -iulrerwiY that

AUtlOlj VVI.UI S Ja.w vrt.
plays only operatic favorities. Po-
-.1 .7 j tr.

smveiy no nocK-aua-xvoi.. . now

critical can critics get? One

book reviewer complained that i
new novel weighs "too much."
: Add sour timing: Leonard Bern

siein's beautiful music on teevee

'fallnuiarl hv tha Amateur Hour.

Tnnio. rinnl- r.nlo Pnrrer 1 writes

, VIB24 V. V JI w- wv-
the punchy endings of his ditties
'first. He's working on a new mu musical
sical musical at the Waldorf. .Shirley

MacLaine can do 55 consecutive

hallnis aoina. .Guess who has

lovely set of Die'trichs. Imogene
Coca, of all pipple!. What some

editors won't, do. Saga exposes

martinis. .Julie Harris, touring
with "The Warn Pe insula'1
(opens here next Fall), paid off
the backers Wednesday. After on only
ly only 4 months. .The music for two

of the five Academy Award no

mination songs was written by

Sammy Fain. "A Certain Smile"
and "A Very Precious Love", .
After Lana Turner resinned from

"Anatomy of a Murder" (because

the role wasn t glamorous) Otto
Preminser got calls from other

stars asking for the part.

Dnrnthv fciiih ran rn-ctar milh

Betsy von Furstenberg and Doug-

seem to las Watson in "Season of Choice,

the ap-la new play by Nathaniel Banks..

Hall's The destruction of 37 West 52nd

Street

this week by wrecking

erased; apartment homes

pect to re urn here for: a long bless. .Jayne Mansfield's can: of several theatrical pets: Brando

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m

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75.000 era in flffhlina unit. Tha

others ara hehind riailr. an In

vii.a.wu

iwausyvtL, auyyuca, irauung. ?

Allen DllHaa MA nnt. kIa Am.

-- MVH av mm p
tails reffardinff tha atvannlh nt Ima

. M m m w. A .w U W
ncaa forces In Berlin. He did not

have .to. several of the Congres

sional waaers wno ftad come to the
White Hnuia ara arfur. .M ,,..

figures. -x

Among them sat Carl .Vinson
who owns a innn.aira nut

side MiUedgeville. Ga.. whero

the state Insane asylum is located.
When Vinson is at home he is out
working- in hia

fields. But in Washington he con-

icuufwi uu we nouse Armed ser services
vices services Committee of which he is

cnairman. . i v
Vinson rim, fnrnn.. i mi'

the year the Kaiser declared war
on the Allies anI ha ti I- n

w un. ..L .1.
gress whUe the United States sot

i-iiiuiuucu jh two worm wars plus
another in Korea. H riui

to see war come again. i

vmson listened carefully as Pre President
sident President Eisenhower solemnly de declared
clared declared that the possibility rt

over Berlin wa real th.t u

couldn't be taken lightly, there
must be nd mismanagement by
the western power. 1
However,, the President believ
ed war could be avoided if we
were wise and steadfast
"Do you think, in view of this
danger. asked the venerable Con
gressman from Georgia, t'that you
are Wise in nrnnAna ,;tv, tu.

presently planned cuts in our mi military
litary military forces?"
The President xo.nl -th. t.. L.i

taken this into careful considera consideration
tion consideration and tsat the presently propos proposed
ed proposed military budget should stand.
Senator Fulhrioht nf

who when in the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives almost 20 years ago
uv J"1"?1"0 the resolution
which Jed to the United Nations.

pvaw up uiC urnii,
' "Do Vim thlnlr it l4Uaa u

Psychological point of view.'" he
I asked the Presldent'to cur bur
forces just as Wr told tha

Russisns we will not oudge one
inch in Berlin?"
Fulbright Called attention es es-pecially
pecially es-pecially to the fact that on June 30
the U.S..Army will be automatical automatically
ly automatically reduced under the new budget
from its present size of 800,000 men
Again the President said he had
considered this carefully, that he
did not want to alarm the Ameri American
can American people, that he was not going
rush into nartial tnnKlll..!

. uiwuuUtlUUU VI
the evacuauon of Americans from

?erun. especially,, he was not

ffround - r

Note Shortly before the While

lur a uaa ; w'p wo aoiM OieiS Ot Otalf

iiZLr '.-? sjwinany ox wnicn aa gureu jju to, order a oartiaP

mobUizationTnV Th." 2f

v muy aim ma
Air r ore. Thaw ra.....j n.

tftS&SJPt- Soviet challenge to

1JT ?ravesi tnreat tOsA-

uiciivan security since the Korean
War and that .. !. jwi-i..

sibiiitt:; 'T; t:

i 1 4

MAILBAO

F.W. San BtntL(lln t. o...i

head t the ImmigraUon Service
Old not UI a BYivarntnant

his recent hunting trip to Lower

uiutiiii, e iook me- week off
and drove into Mevtui with r...i

POSS, regional immiarratinn

missioner at San Pedro.

Rugby Pest Nel 1011 ef The Anie-
riean Laalnn rL.I

tnanks for voue iMtmiu

a owM VMia VUUUI"
hutinn tn tha riintnn C,knt tt

. r"i uvuuui nuuae
in Tennessee j Money still conti.

uuea i come in 10 neip xms iltlle
school which was dynamited last
October.

. Mrs. Lawrence Pattersen, Large,
Fla. The Assnr.iataH Praaa ff

in error in reporting that Bee!! go-

vcmmeni auosiay payments naa
totaled 9000.,The total is $900u.
Ike S. farm is divide1 intn thraa

Pfrts ,fpr subsidy payments, and

me nr apparently overlooked one
Part. The fart that fl

handled ihe payments is not par-

ucuiany signuicsnt, inasmuch as
Allen has acted for the President'
in many financial matters:. Thev

were for instance, partners .of -record
in owning a, Howard John John-son
son John-son restaurant in downtown Wash.

ingto.

Maureen Stapletbn, Wm: Inge and
Wally Cox. .The secret word for
some of the "Wes.erns" (come
renewal time) will be "Help",...,
Jackie leason unemployed,
gets $150,000 a year via his CBS
Contract. His his oollinff alKnm.

for Capitol bring him money he

uses lor ups. ..New York Streetl
C A . fTI .

otcuc. mt many wveiy mooeis
knocking at ad agency doors with
their tots in hand. "If you can't
us me. perhaps my daughter?"
. ..Headline: "Como Signs $25 Mil Million
lion Million Contract". .What an odd way
for a singer to make the front
pages. .Next year's men's fash fashion
ion fashion trend will be caipes for evening
wear. .Just stay out of revolving
doors, chum.

A-

iff' t'j''

DrC6rUI KirMimlfh. Har.

many, readers can afford them themselves
selves themselves of some reading to drink
by. This book of poetry has a
built-in compartment which
contains' a small bottle of wine.

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in movies with
Mitchum
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starred co-starred with
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J( single at H or a $IT double. r ,

New Citizens Group Calls For
50 Slash: Of .Ike's Program

WASHINGTON, (UPI) A re recently
cently recently organized "citizens commit
tee" called yesterday for a 50 p?r
cent slash- in President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's new $3,929,995,000 foreign aid
program' It also proposed an end
to all foreign aid within three
years.
The recommendations were
made by the 'Citizens Foreign Aid
Committee."' Its members include
such long. time critics of the aid
program as former federal Tax
Commissioner' T. Coleman An Andrews
drews Andrews and Clarence E. M anion,
former dean of the Notre Dame
Law School. ' 1
They fired their barrage as Un
dersecretary of State Christian A.
Heter-took -over "the lough job "of

trying to sea the President's pro program,,
gram,, program,, to g. skeptical Congress, -The
House Foreign Affairs Cam?
mittee opens hearings. Monday:

with. Herter as its. first" witness;

"Be wiH plead.the administrsMon.'Sl1

Hjiuiu vase wine latt; ui cmu-
cratic pledges to cut the program

Hungary Launches

All-Out Altack On

'Capitalist' Farmers

PrMOfiM th Departmenr
of Christian f dueaHon ef tha

EBlseaoa Church tn me mm

lionarv Diocese f 'the

Canal Zone.) v'si.
Year Iveninf Bible Reeding
-St. John :20-M

THE.CRUClHfO CONQUEROR
- "I, If I be lifted ue from M
earth, will draw ll men unte
mt."
It had become evident to Jesus

that In order to fulfill His mission
He must go to Jerusalem,, walk
straight into the viper's nest t
His enemies, and suffer the -sure
death which awaits Him. He had
hoped that" He might reconcile

men to Goa witnoui resorung u
this. But the Cross now looms as

inevitable. v '-

tVery well, then; "If I be lifeted
up from the earth'V-upon a cross
"I will draw all men unto me.f
How can He be so sure that this
will work? -Because He ir so
sure of the Father. He is doing

from day-to day what the Father
trills
And In" His perfect obedience

Panama JR knows that He cannot fail, so

long as He-patiently persevers in
the way XJoa sets before Him.. If
God allows His crucifixion, it will
be only to guarantee God's vlct
ry, whicbr is the only victory
Christ wants.-.1

Our Lord bids us to livei and if

need be to, die. by this simpie

rule; when e re doing ; God's
will.' we cannot fail, a But d the

world's -ideas of failure are dif different
ferent different from Qod's ideas. Too oft often
en often we lose sight of the true basis
of life in our mad scramble after
position. power and possessions.

A lack of these things is failure
to the world, that is, to the pa

gan. But with God it Is virtue,

Eoodness. love tad charity, not

worldly. things," AH of history vin

dicates our Lord's trust, for it is

from His cross that-He goes on

drawine all men to Himself: the

cross of virtue? goodness love and.

charity.

3800 Yale Undergrads Placed
On Probation Following Riots

Duncah Hines Dies;
Coined Wide (
Fame As Gourmet

BOWLING GREEN. Ky. (UPI)

Duncan : Hines, an interna

tionally-known gourmet and au
thor, whoVhuilt a profitable busi

ness by recommending restaur restaurants
ants restaurants and hotels to travelers, died

at his home here yesterday.
Hines, who would have been 79
March 26, had been ill for a year
and under treatment for cancer of
the lung.
A native of ,this western Ken Kentucky'
tucky' Kentucky' city, Hines made tie slogan
"recommended by Duncan Hines"
known; throughout the world by
endorsing .restaurants, hotels, mo motels
tels motels and inns "visited during his
extensive travels. r
In 1935 Hines and "his wife as a

Christmas gift sent a list of rec

ommended eating- places to
friends.- The response led to the
publiction of his first book "Ad "Adventures
ventures "Adventures in Good-Eating." Three

years later He published "Lodging
for the' Night,'" a; guide to hotels
and inns, followed by "Adventures
In Good Cooking," several other

recipe hooks and "The Duncan
Hines acaHon Guide."

in 1950, Hines Decame asso associated
ciated associated with' Roy H, Park, Ithaca,
N.Y hi Hines-Park Inc., which
produces and packages ispecial
foods and mixes. In 1957, Jthrfirm
and ta4; publishing' company set up
by Hines' for his books, became
. subsidiaries of Proctor and Gam Gam-Wo
Wo Gam-Wo i i' f-u.

Funeral servicts for JlinM will
be held at the Christ JEpiscppal

unurcn(nere iuesaay.t

Democrats, smarting under the

President's "big spender'! label,
are primed to trim the aid pro-,
gram, partly to offset spending fr
oomestic programs. They talked
of cuts ranging up to about one
billion dollars. ... .'
The ''citizens committee-' pro proposed
posed proposed a two billion ; dollar siasn
saying this would trim foreign aid
"to a more realistic and less m m-flationary
flationary m-flationary $1,900,0007060, v
, The group also urged Congress
to exercise close control over the
aid program') as long as- it exists
and recommended that all spend
ing be handled by the Export-Im
port .Bank. This, ; it' said would
wipe out "inefficiency and .waC."
The, committee was formed jast

Decemoer shortly jaiter in& rresi

dent appointed his "Citizens fanei
on Foreign .Aid'! to review the en-

tire aid; program anat suomn iec-n

ommendations. lnis presiaenuai
nnnel, which Hiav issue its first

report- tokv weekHs heacftd-by!

William H. O DRAPER f OtvMJji
secretary of defense. ? ;
The committee whose chairman
Is Milwaukee manufacturer Wal Walter
ter Walter Harnischieger, said it aiso
would "provide competent 'wit'
nesses to appear before congres congressional
sional congressional committees." V i
The committee appeared to ad advocate
vocate advocate what the President has re referred
ferred referred to as the "fortress Ameri America",
ca", America", or go-it-alone school of thought
in the defense of this country.

BUDAPEST (UPI) Hungary's
Communist leaders have launched
an attack on profitable capital capitalist
ist capitalist ventures by this nation's farm farmers,
ers, farmers, according to press, reports.
Government officials have e e-gun
gun e-gun an asserted canfpaign to
break the back of the money money-making
making money-making free market for farm
produce by speeding up the col
lectivization of agriculture, the re report?
port? report? said.

... o
NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UPI)r

The 3,800 undergraduates of Yale
TTni-i.ait wr nlaced on in-

definite and general probation
yesterday result of two snow
k-ii. nt nHth nnlice.

i th first time general

beenr imUated at

v.i in rACATit history and dur

tnir ihm Tnrienc of any tf the

1U

tinn sn decided by

Pr..irti.nt A. Whitney Griswoldl

. nf the undergraduate

iniieei during a meeting. tu-

nnf .nntified bv the

..hnni hnut thu nrobation untu

several hours after the decision,
ing the meeting.

The farmers ; mostly middle

class vpeasants,U have Decomei

knowh as "HttW'-tapitaHsts." La La-jos
jos La-jos Feheri Communist agriculture

expert, has called on Hungarian
Communists to telp in "unmask

ing the hostile activities or &u &u-laks."
laks." &u-laks." ':: ' :i :
.. Thekulaks Russian for middle

class x farmers were ruthlessly
liquidated in the. Soviet Union in

the 1920'S.e s w v'r. v

Hungarian-emigrant" newspa

... .iiiia, hi .111 u.iw
said security police ; had arrested

and displaced many rich farmers

in the course of the collecttviza
tfon campaign..
The newspaper 1 said the cam

paigns had" been responsible for

some suicides among the farm
ers.) ., :'v --.

Laying Of New
Transatlantic
Cable Is Started
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Telephone and Telegraph Co. an

nounced today it ,is laying an another
other another TransAtlantic-telephone ca

ble Similar to tne one cut last
month, possibly, by. a Russian

fishing; trawler. 1

ATTaT said that the new 40 i

lion dollar all-weather cable will

be the first one linking the Ameri American
can American continent directly with the
mainland of Europe. It will
stretch 2,400 miles underwater
from Penmarch, -France, to CJar CJar-enville,
enville, CJar-enville, Nfld. y ';.."?' "''" i
The cable actually two Ines,
one for east-tp-west voice; circuits
and the 6ther ifor ;west-td 5 east
flow will -provide at least 36

voice Qircuits; between, the United
States and continental-; Europe.
The current- transatlantic voice
cable, finks the, United. (.-State's
with thfe British Isles.,

Stolen Chalice

On Way Back Home

After' Three Years

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (UPI)

A chalice given to a newly or-
dained missionary piiest three

years ago is on Jts way ck 10
him after -being stolen in Japan.

It was found in a Junic snop ana
brought to America..;

The chance was given py we

Maryknoll Fathers to the Rev.

Donald C. Walsh wnen ne was or ordained
dained ordained in 1956. It was stolen from

him in 1958 while he was riding;

in a Japanese tram.-
v i.jHu fll. .jf that vsalt Amprl-

caa Dusinessmutiuuu s.i-woqw

found the chalice in a Xjwto.
Japan, junk shop. It bore the: in inscription
scription inscription ''College t New iRo iRo-chelle,"
chelle," iRo-chelle," his wife's alma mater,
and he bought,H for $28. i
The college identified it as one

given in 1932 to tneir -cnapiain
who left it on his death to the

Maryknoll Fathers.

STEALf PONIES' TAILS

v.

CHESSINGTON,' England (UPI)
A prowler slipped into the pas pasture
ture pasture of thre circus ponies" last
nigh.t and carefully: slipped
off and stole the tails and manes
of each animal. ..

Russia Apparently
H 5!e For New
Feudal System
LONDON, (UPI) Russia is
apparently setting the stage for a
new finance system in its Commu Communist
nist Communist empire? based on a gold-back

ed ruble, Soviet affairs experts-

paid Sunday.
. '' "-
They based this view on Mos Moscow's
cow's Moscow's recent efforts to expand gold

production and eurb sold exports
and thus strengthen Russia's al

ready substantial reserves.
, The Soviet Union has become one
of the world's largest gold produc producers
ers producers rivaling the Union of South
Africa. Laterly Russia has changed
its export to curbe gold sales
abroad.
This hoarding of gold has led ex experts
perts experts to believe that Moscow was
building up a vast reserve for a
purpose. They suspect the" Kremlin
of planning a closed finance system
within the Red empire which would
tighten Moscow's hold on the sat satellites..
ellites.. satellites..
The latter have febeen made to
coordinate their economic plans
with that of the Soviet UnR Eco.
nomic integration has been the
salient feature of the Kremlin's
strategy. m

"General probation entails im

mediate dismissal for further pub-;

lie misconduct of any kind," three
deans said in a statement follow-;
ing the meeting.
The action followed two wild

pre-spring flings by students last

Thursday and Saturday.

, Saturday police and spectators
were plastered with snowballs

and insults as a St. Patrick's Day
parade was ending. The snowball

ing turned into a donny brook with
IS, student arrested and several

inidred by billyelubs. Twenty-five:i

("students were arrested In the pre

vious snowball fight broken up by

police. They will appear in court

Wednesday and Thursday.

It was no day Saturday to get

the Irish up of the sons of Erin.
Sdme 100 police, led by Captains
McGuire, ..Scanlon, McSherry, Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy and Dlnnan charged into
the snow-throwing students. The
riot "finally ended When firemen
used a higlr-pressure hose against
students "and dormitories. A Nazi
swastika was displayed outside a
window.
Griswold met with 'Mayor Rich Richard
ard Richard C. Lee Vto find ways and

means of preventing a recurrence
of such, incidents In the future."
They said there would be other
meetings.
' Students charged through the
Yale Daily News Monday police

used "brutality." v v

The newspaper claimed students

were i'beaten; lubbed,v punched"

ind eursedi' V but said' rxalfe atu-

ioents ii(icleaiFly''J'esponiWefor'

the beginning of: the St. Patrick's

Dav parade disturbance."

In an editorial, the newspiper

called on students and faculty

members to "bring to public at attention
tention attention the activity of some of
the New Haven, police who are
unfit to wear the uniform of au authority."
thority." authority." .. :

U.S; Goy1 ; Reports
$7 Billion Excess
In On-Hand Material

j '' v '.' '.f-f "- .s''- f :
WASHINGTON (UPIP-The gov

ernment-discioMd-today that -it

had $7,043,000,000 worth of ."ex ."excess"
cess" ."excess" material and equipment on
The figure was included in a
new handbook' on government pur purchasing
chasing purchasing Issued to civilian federal
agencies -by the General Services
Administration (GSA) which acts
as a sort of housekeeper for Uiy
cle Sam. .-:
It appealed to the agencies to
help trim down the "excess" by
requisitioning such materials in instead
stead instead of buying new goods wher wherever
ever wherever possible. It noted that such
materials could be acquired at
"fair prices which range from
zero to 50 per 'cent of acquisition
cost." ?..v v:: '
The handbook did not say spe specifically
cifically specifically what items were included
in the "excesji.". But it apoke gen generally
erally generally of such things as cl e t h,

-sheet metal, paper; products, shop

equipment and electrical wiring.
Agency, officials -were not availa available
ble available for Questioning. ,

However, the handbook a 1 s o

cautioned government purchasing
officers to Be wary in placing new
orders "because of the possibility
of 'over buying' and the resultant
criticism when portions efo such
inventories- may be declared 'ex 'excess.'
cess.' 'excess.' r It said oficials order ordering
ing ordering large : amounts, of 1 u m b e'r,
steel and cement should set dell-

very schemes that will make ex

pensive storage unnecessary and
take account of the possibility
that "program changes could re result
sult result in tbe accumulation of a sub substantial
stantial substantial exces."
The handbook defined excess

materials as those which have no
further use to the agency having
custody but which might be of. use
to other, agencies. This is a step
short of ."surplus which means the
materials lire of no use to any
federal agency.;.

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CREATE NIW MEDAL
MOSCOW, (UPI) The Soviet
Union is striking a medal to com commemorate
memorate commemorate the centenary of A. S.
Popov, "the Inventor of radio,"
the official Tass news agency re reported
ported reported today. The agency said
the medal would be awarded to
individuals for outstanding work
in electronics.

a

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ATTEND A FREE LECTURE
on this subject

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. of Lea AngeJei, Cal.
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
A'v Massachusetts. i
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tttlDAT; MARCH 17, 1959
flat row
134,
THE VOICE OF ;
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen
oaatv ana vytiwf
A?
Sy Staff irt
anama
BY OSWALD JACCSY
VTrhteii far NIA Servlee
4AI4
2-0 U I Uwtm t00 uJ 10 .. mlf
2-0740

. 5t)cian Perch "Served On Herbs
I ' -,i
Has Real Romn Elegance

PANAMA COCA-COLA DIR?CT(W8KiiItTAIN
TOMORROW TO CELEBRATE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
The Beard Of Director of the Jtanama Coca-Cole Rot Rot-ttlnf
ttlnf Rot-ttlnf Company will entertain et JTO,J"
Washington M Panama Baton Mt rn"" WltM i -tel
for prominent member of eomerelL bgnktog And of official
ficial official circle of th. Republic and Canal Zone.
Th luncheon U one of series of event being held hy
the bottlinf company t oerrnM of tM flftltth nlTr-

mtj of Coe-Coi in rta.

Mr. and Mri. Arontff
Return To Vlrplnle
jlr. nd Mm. Iudore Aronoff
have returned to their home in
Newport News, Va., after spend spending
ing spending three weeks with their daught daughter,
er, daughter, Miss Rebecca Aroneff, of Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Heifhti.
During their stay, Misi Aronott
entertained at a cocktail buffet in
honor of her parents' thirty-ninth
wedding anniversary. The party

wai held at the Fort Amador Of Of-ficeri'
ficeri' Of-ficeri' Open Mess, with more than
100 guests attending.
Intern Star Chapter
te Sponsor Dinner
For Mr. end Mrs. Reif
Orchid Chaptlr One. Order of
the t a stern Star, will uponaor a
farewell no host dinner next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at 5:30 honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Walter F. Keif, The par party
ty party will bn given in the Fern Room
of the Tivoli Guest House.
ReservaMons I ami M be md? by
Friday with Mrs. Harriet Tewink Tewink-el,
el, Tewink-el, Curundu IU2: Mrs. Loi Van
Horn, Balboa 3308: or Mrs. Louise
Sorrell, Balboa 4387. All friends
of 'he honored couple are Invited
to attend.

Keooe Officers Wives
Lunch, Tenr Thursday
The Fort Kobbe Officer! Wivea
Club will have a regular monthly
meeting Thursday at 12:45 (it the
Kobbe Officers Club.
After a dessert luncheon afld a

short business meeting, members
will be conducted on a tour of the

leprosarium at Palo Seco by Mrs.
Ezra Hurwitz.
Iraies Heights Ilka
To Honor Officer
Outgoing and incoming officers
of B. P. 0 Elks 1542, Brazes
Height, will be honored it a cock cocktail
tail cocktail prty Friday from I te I p.m.
It the Elks Heme.

All
Elks

Elks, friends tnd visiting
ire invited te attend.

Amider Officers Wives
T Tenr Panama Heme!

The regular monthly meeting of
the Fort Amador Officerl WivM

Club will he held tomorrow. Mnr
bers will take buses it 9:30 a m
te tour modern And historically
interesting homs in Panama

Lundhenn will be strved t tht
Tlv-li Gueist Home.
Mrs. Jack M. Ernst, chairmn,

Tea Invitations Fancier Than Locale,
London Charwoman fetes Diplomats

LONDON (UPI) The invitations
to the tea burty wer gilt edged
and formal, and thf diplonitic
corps turned out in force to meet
the gueit 'of honor, Cmdr. R. A.
Allen, member of Parliament.
People on th street did doubW
takes when the limousines- began
arriving at the house in Lydford
Unart located in the less than

swanky Paddlngton area of Lon Lon-don.
don. Lon-don. tt
So did the diplomata aa they
atrodup a narrow, dwgyj stair staircase
case staircase with dlacoloredL piperi. hang hanging
ing hanging from the ceiling ind walla to
the .apartment of the Hon. W. H.
Burborough and Mrs. Burborough.
The 25 or so diplomats, accus

tomed to more formal receptions

in embassy-filled London, gallant

i parried on thoufh there were

im red plush and mirrors Just
rnnf that had stoboed leaking.

Th invi'at;ons had said: "The

Hon. W. H. Burborough an,d Mrs

WE STRING PEARLS j
mercyrio
Jewellers

Burborough request the pleasure
of your company at tea held in
honour of Commander R. A. Allen,
M.P."
Burborough ii a $33.60 a week
machinist. Mrs. Burborough is i
125.30 a week charwoman.

Diplomats from Yugoslavia, Bul

garia, Lebanon, Sudan, Liby,

Czechoslovakia, Romania, Hun

gary, Iraq and tne rniiippinea.

sinned tea and ate cakes wnne

waiting for the guest of. honor to

arrive. ;

He never did and after awhile
they drifted off to their limousines,

thanking their host and hostess.

The BurDoroughs said Alien naa

helped them get their leaky roof
fixed and they had wanted to do

something for him id they gave
a tea party.
"We were grateful to him end
arranged the pirty id that he
could meet memberi of the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic corps informally," Mrs.

Burboroufh explained. "We

thought it would further his ca career"'
reer"' career"'
As for the "honorable" In front
of the nam, Burborough ex explained.
plained. explained. "Our title i no joi: We
believe we can trace our inves investors
tors investors back to the Earl of Crawyn,
one of William the Conqueror's
lieutenants."

and- wivel of military Polite Of Officers
ficers Officers will h hosteaiet.

Uthmlsn Visitor
Return Ti Heme

WiltoA P. Seller returned to
his home in GUatmila City Sun-

day After vUltlng In Piumi on

an omciai munon tor ue rvun
Tout pro grim.
Meetings
Netlenel Sojourners
Members of the National Sojour Sojourners
ners Sojourners hive been notified of the
monthly meeting to be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening ft i:S0 it the Albrook
Officerl Club.
tlthmlin Medical elilon
The Medical AiiocUtioh of the
Isthmlin Cwil Zono will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening it T-W Wrd 17
of-Gorm Hopttal.Tht matting K
being ld ont diy liter thin ui ui-nil.
nil. ui-nil. The buffet will bo lerved it T
nd th prognm t I, fturing
discussion by Dr. H. F. FoUy of
th Mayo Cl'nic
NBC's Sarnoff Asks
Ballls On Slogans

Scorning

CHICAGO (UPI) Robert W.

Sarnoff, chalrmio of th ooaro oi

the National nroiocaawni v
urged the nation' broideiatwi
todiy to fight bok iJogiBi in intended
tended intended t make trtoylslon view viewing
ing viewing a aymbol of Inferior i Utu.
ft wifMi th vrig viwer
must not h comtantly told h
U- guilty o ihamful let in
witching hi favorite) rwi
"Broadcisting in a fr ioceiy
ii and must be aervice nd
primarily for the mijonty, ar ar-noff
noff ar-noff said. "We muit understand
that it Is the minority dijtast
for progrmr chon by the ma majority
jority majority that hi trigrd th ilo ilo-gin
gin ilo-gin of mdlocrlty,,r
He Mid thli dlitait must ,b
i.h.i.H far what "It truly is. a

failure to reipeci xreeoom w

tiste, an effort1 of the fw to im impose
pose impose their taites on the many.'
Sarnoff mad the remark! la
his prepared keynote address b b-forertht
forertht b-forertht National Assn. of Broid-

caiiers. u vvi"w'

Sarnoff said it ) th broad broad-ealtini
ealtini broad-ealtini Industry's lob to pfWg H

' th the' Deoole.'

"Our tens of millions of viewera
must realize that th vry pro

grams they hive mad popular
ar the onet under censure," he
said. "Thev must b shown that

any attempt at program reaula reaula-tuiv
tuiv reaula-tuiv ii in effect an attempt to

curb their own fredont of pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram choice."

WE WHO are abort to feaat alnt yom" ailgmt wH U the
lraaaa raaitln er llar AjtM faani-iti as! 4k IWlm MiM.

1 vr 4wwaa 4w umtvmm- W .euw 4ffWTt VVMel

TOMBSTONE KILLS CHIU6
BIELLA, Italy (UPI) Author
ities reported today that hve

year-old Eduardd Michltto ws

crushed to death by falling

tombstone w h i 1 visiting his
arandfather's rav with his

mother.

ATTENTION

YOUR
FAMILY'S

HEALTH
COMES FIRST

By OAYNOt MAOOOX
NBA Feed and Market Bdlter
Sea food, served in the manner
of imperial Rome, has helped
bring firne to one to Now York'l
moat sumptuous .restaurants The
Forum of the Twelve Caesars.

Alan Lewis, the distinguished

young manager, told us that ma

ny of tne celebrities wno ome

there often prefer sea food and

fish dishes to the lordly meats;

Here are a few from A Hart

vest: Prom the Seas and Riven"

aection of the Forum menu:

noached turbot Britannlcus. with

aaucct of truffled white wine: A

aim shrimp, charcoal broiled in

their shells, with oriental reusn:

ea food curry in the manner of

the Eastern Empire,- sea bass

poached in herbs, with sauce of

hot Vinaigrette; planked white fish
broiled with mussels with Olym

pian butter.

Alan Lewis, an epicure himself,

uried ul to order Ocean -Perch

Aifam on. rosemary nrb witn

emon gtneer sauce, it was serv

ed dramatically, the lolden sau-

tefcd prch fillets brought to ti

me on a arm coverea nruier

holding' burning charcoal and
rosemary leaves. The herbs gve
both scent and flavor to the perch
filleti. Just before serving, the

welter .poured; little orange ex

tract over tn. mini ana unitea

it.

We borrowed the recipe and

translated H into family, terms.

If any of the Twelve Caeasr over
visit1 your home, yeu'H know what

to serve uiem. ,.

Ocean Perch Aflame t
Ferum of Twelve Caesars
(4. i lervlnf).
Three pounds ocean1 perch fil

lets, fresh or frozen (if trdteo, lit
thaw on refrigerator ahett or at

room temperature); flour, 3 eggv

smau onion, 8 snauotf. tabie-

apoons butter- or margarine, 2-3

cup wnne wine, line oi a lem

ons, Vi teaspoon ground ginger,

small bunch of chives, chopped:

M pound butter or marearine.

Dip each fillet in flour, then in

sufiht v beaten ties, then -in a

second coating of flour. Let stand

on waxed paper for about 15 mm
utes to set the coating. Mean
while, make the sauce: Chop o

nion and shallots fine and cook

in cinieinooni meueo ouuer w

margarine until tender but, SWU

slightly crisp. Add whit wine,
lemon juice, ginger and eontinui

cooking for about a minutes, mow
scatter chopped chives tn top and

keep warm untu nsn is mco,

Melt u Bound butter ar marl a

rine in a large iKiuet. aa usn
fillets and fry over a low hat un until
til until golden on both sides. Serve

sauce over the top of th fish.
Federal Judae
Rules Cops Hod
Right To Evesdrop
WASHINGTON f UPtW A Fed

eral judge ruled yesterday it was

all right for police to drill half
way through a wall te eaveidrop
on Pittsburgh, gambler Meyer
(Nutiy) Schwartz It ais h e U s

here., y

The decision was wide ti th

gambling trial of Schwartz and

two wasningion men, xtopen u
Martin and Julius Silverman, got
iderway before a federal district
court jury.

WtST"

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AKf

SOOTS

AST.
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J till
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; fts"l4?

Ve ene vvlnentie

Wa Xefc M
14 If. Hm
-DjWa Hm : 9u$

It

Van

Opening 4-.

Th Greater Nw York Brldl

AtsociaHon is 1 eonduttlBI Iti c
end annual iMidgt erulse from

Jib. Ui to It tf Mat jir.' Aa

uittarAl.Sobel will be tourniment

director but he will ptobibly find
time to play tow sessions him him-self.
self. him-self. (

Hre is one of hit aaadl frtni

last year'1 eruls.
a w i j A t i' i e m ... a ..a

i wantca to nf in wur nfini
the moment kit partner give him

ram. m atse 'wanwo top

jcorf, an decided to mak ie
decefitlve m par; NartUy

enough WtU was not going to leu

out. He 1 bid two soadea.

North and East Baased and. now

Al jumpad to tour hf irti.

west rauttrd sometntag inout
teicbing Al to ttlek to dureetini
tnd yelien pmmm lif7 iou3

Loud voice or not therf wil no
wky to let the hand. West" mi'

his.ic and king dlaihbndj

ana a of eiuN, mtt that was

all. :.

If Al had iumMd direcOv to

four hearts he surely would not

hive new dotibjtd ind It is very

likely that west would have, gone

to four spades. North would have

doubled this, but th fttntlt wtuld

oniy nav on iw aomti.

Police charged

FROM THK FIRST YEAR of life through School IS,
all children need the vitamins, minerals, and pro protection
tection protection of a good milk.
TO DEVELOP 8TRONO BONES, healthy teeth ttd
enjoy good health, every child should drink one
quirt of milk dally (Adults VT quart)
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK, a guaranteed KSSTLK
product conserves Intact those precioua element
of health It U elaborated with the belt cow's milk'
BECAUSE OP ITS ECONOMY. IDEAL EVAPORATED
MTLK salves th oroblema'of milk In vour home.
GIVE YOUR FAMILY the high quality' and valuable
nutrition of IDEAL EVAPORATED MTLK Vhje is
available at any grocery itore or pharmacy tn I
and 14 H eant.

YOU WILL BE SATISFIED with the quality of ttoia product

the defendants

operated the biggest Boofcmaklni
establishment ever uncovirid
here, in house a lW doors
away from th stid Stgt De Department.
partment. Department. "
They said they raided the place
lot April after listening in with
an electronic "spike", insert
halt y into the, wall from fte
- Difdns lawyer Bennett W l l-rtami
rtami l-rtami said this amounted to Il

legal- search ind seizure ind
hence ill the governmfnt'i vi,
dence should be excluded., ;

Judee Joseph R. Jackson ruieq

otherwise, ; ,.

SHATTER? RICQSM

WHEELUS FIELD, libya (UI)

a it s Air Force -fifhter-inter

ceptor squadron stitloned in Me-

rocco ha inattfrfn..wi"?iv
records for air-to-ilr rocketry" by
American pilots, it was announced
nry. Storekeeper iid i the
17th Air Force's 357th Fith'er-ln-terceptor
Squadron tallied 436 hits
on aerial targets during a 30-day
firing period.

Th bid m beer
DouW Pas T f
Xu. South, held:
AKJUM WIS (T$ 4111
What do yon df? ;
. have Mrw.it taM V?imtmm
dT. ,ft SWWlt. A;. '-.-
' t0AiTfin?tWr
Tr wriwnit yt u
idj. y.t d m
newt
Anewer Jslff ,;,:.:

Authcr FculSinjr
Wei Lljhl Vi3w
Of DroJicn Dona

Nestle' Evapernted Milk

TRADE

. OI'RAVTFrl
NESTLE
fRODDCT

IDEAL

REALTHVUL, fl'RE AND SAFE

MARK

EL

PUERTO
LIBRE

LUCHO '""
AZCARRAGA

Every

Tutsday

6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
PBS Pananterican Broadcasting System.

CHARLOTTES V I L L E.

(tPiV-Auth6r William Faulkner

wno orone ais coiiar none on

fox hunt when he wai thrown

from horirild today tt ,w

-no worse tna a ningniu.; ?:-.

The Nobel prise winning iu

thOr, injured Sunday during' 1

hunt with the Fgrmwiton aunt

Club, said he planned to rid

another fox hunt tomorrow.

Faulkner ni aeon vtimnt- ais

daughur, JUl, gnd r husband

Chiriottesvme quy Atty. rtul O

Summtrs Jr. fl tr. wwer H

reiidenca it ? at th v.

versity of Viralniai

Asked how Sundiy's icciflnt

occurred, hi replied: "I fell off

the horse."

"A fractured teller bone is no

worse than a hang WW' M W

Faulkner's riiht. collar b on

was broken during tn morning

rid nut th guthoi wis bick that

sfm ifternoon t wtca tne r

mainder of the ndinr events.

He squelched rumors that he
eltaaed to settl prmncntly-in
CharlottesviUf.' Hi s i d he
plinned to return to hi home la
Oxford, Miii., ip Afprll but attll In Intended
tended Intended to make periodic viito to
th University of Vlrginli and his
daughter her.

NIWSFAFIR IAMH1D
PARIS UP1)- Police confis confis-cited
cited confis-cited all copies of the French

left wing weekly Express v to

day for printing what the govern

ment caned a "scandalous" inter

view tlvlaf "indecent arilse" to

ui Algerian reoeu.

The Issue was Mixed before it

reached the newi atond. It was
the thW tlm the ; weekly had

Man nttiejl linee Prildnt
seised sine resident Charles de-

Charles de Gaulle time to power

last June. .

I ROADWAY BULLItIN IOARO

Only t few numbers ti tin hip-

its set ire iware of a scoop sure

make big news on the drama

agei: Dav Brubecky and hu

wife hav completed the icore
and script for; a Rrotdwiy tnul-

eial-M tangs long, A couple of pro pro-mlaent
mlaent pro-mlaent New York a h a w m e n

whe'v heird to demonstratloo
mords (don by Carmen MeRae

and a relitlvelv obacura malo

lingers are to enthuaUstie they

want to sag the song-ind- dinci
er. Oav 1 fliurini an a Fall.

1SS0, opening. .The DeCastro

atotera reunite r ground :; too ni
crophon following th t birth ; of
liiter Peggy'g 4baby boy, (Proud

an ii long puousner Bob miev,

ne Artene wani- ernanoo i.a i.a-nit'
nit' i.a-nit' reconcillltion hanoenad an

loon afttt th divorce announce-

mnt that man cvnlei amoMted

the pitting wai juat a pubUcity

"sHBJl wasn't, si Lucille Ball
can tostify if. you can get her to

repeat Ariene s commnt ibout
remand wh the jrift wai wide
. .. ,Th'll b w invittigAtlon
Into th financial aecMinta i nna

of th rock 'a rU gtori who died
in ; that recent f lgne ef ash. mi
heir thought he had about lioo, lioo,-m
m lioo,-m tothoink, but can find only

W.tW. Th discrepaocy cme to
light whea creditors pressed tor
payminti f billi h owed,.

Sidney Lumef 'lust learned

he'll be directing his neighbor,

town wooowim tat welK-at
Marion Brando And Anna Mgna Mgna-W)
W) Mgna-W) in the film version of Tennei-

tt -Williami' VOrnheu Descend-

w.t joannri moat rcent ffort

-saiq, ny xpertl, to be a eenuine

trtufiiph-ls "Th Sound and th

Fury .Debbie Reynoldi' hand-

ung mm amewiia press confer confer-ence.
ence. confer-ence. rathlr 4 rbutfn o bv anv

standard, impressed Tthe most

jiaea member! of the Fourth

Iitt. She remained serene and
refusM to dltpliy B7 bitternesi

to. f wuaq airuauon... .sugar nay
Robinsoji ind Jo -' 6lair have
aigned pllti of document sattllne

the manv Iawiulta that Anpar nan

wmi m even courts tn on day

. .vim inovik spent in entire
aftornoon watching rehearslla of

"Our Town" at to Circ)-to-th

quare. ,

ril wiv i "dimM Pa.

lngrtd Beriman fiiures to set

more oublieitv titan anvnna t fh

Urn of th Academy Awlrd c.

SrmoAi, n matter who win the
win. All -toe ; fan magazines
av asIPd wfiteri to Inter-

wn ne mi noiiy-r

wooq. ,m miof n yen for chili
lad, beans kn her chums baffled

: -Thay'rt itill talking about

yne ninsnoio at Groslingir'i
e shewed UD for a "formal" din.

ner jn leopard-printed tllhU, and
Mickey Hrgity iquired her in
is) open-thrdited inort shirt. Ha

i persuaded to put on a tie.

bt Jayn clung to hr leopard leopard-er
er leopard-er .vie versa. .The Marouess

of MUford Haven's latest target is

i,ei8-.a; fair-haired model

Mae uenis. .a nig shikeup is

pianneo ?0r one of Harlm' no

"S preeinti. The numbers racket

wui oe ine reason. .mi nnr i.

- ... m jTT-rT-r vj

nnj Aonnie nunri.

Alt Khan, who it ivin .,in,M.

luous mnner party t the Louis

th wwigement by making nu-

." Aeifaiioni anout tne
feiwant dicorl of them so
imgglfiitive they're delighted to

ETO- ; we sign of Spring:
Tm Poston js riding to the Stove
AU09 ShOW (Ml a tnnfAl

ne currem Bio. 1 nastime at

nofiy wopn cocktail p a r 1 1 i :

iwfnpujg uscar Levant atoreu

. .lounavs wno qig th neweit in

California docketf these dava
th.4 i?JtriU1a ? rof,,io0' A5
u!- SWf ,I,cul eontests:
v.l.Yf 11 ,S!,,kln t0 Wa San
"P herself'-Diamond Lll,'via
Italian drmlrii-'.

gainst .Gregg Sherwdod nvi

fJ W fitftto tab' on
a conatruRtmn . n..i

hl Jlll '"V'W W :CtCC(
k!5."..1?111Jo?. fron. Zsa Zit-Ca-

'SMfittt?mHw a-

Plxielmd jaw: a trio of ioere.
iner have been lerioua eitinnr.

hdiprctaer

Scenarlit'Cy. Howard made'the
GineL .TV can be
orok a toe on the Dinah eh..

??. i k456 while toping
to madtal Break-up of th Week
b ameto to mo-sf voluptutwTol
U the Broadway actwiiei.
MkkoyJ'nollif MkkoyJ'nollif-Doorprlzc
Doorprlzc MkkoyJ'nollif-Doorprlzc Jackpof
Al Joclely Alfelr'
PALM SPRINfIS 1 r1ie ti run

Actress Jayne Mansfield dintwil

her hand Jnto a bowl fiUad with
door, check atuha 'miii.rf

to winning .numbr -of th first

qoor pr at SSO-a-coupl -loci-ty
jfund- riislng baU. .,
''Therewas brief hesitation

uu men ner nusnano, Mickey
Hargitay stood -up and claimed
to pmc, mink stole.
Anotherrguest t the" celebrity.
l"ddd Women' -.Interhltional-Adoptjpn
Foundation vent Satur Saturday
day Saturday drew the- toh ior, the second
door pf ire. .'.- ...
4 This time ,Misi ,MinsfleId had
th wihn'h tjckt for in original
Mer?f by dSrt ,rti,t hD
'Actor Mickey Rooney, mser
of ceremonies, said with nerv nervous
ous nervous laugh, "It was a. thousand in
one chance." v
A woman guest explained that
Mia Mansfield appirentlj
thought at first that Hititv wis
kidding ( whin he claimed thi
stole., v 7 :.
"Then it becim apparent he
wisn't," she said. '.'So, my dear,
she kept it. ..and the painting
too."

10'YearOld Boy
CciImjb Haley

.13 Of Mm

H"W iii!'i!,iiai.Hl,i'W

cuticcha ulcun l

Acts LlXi KagiCi

SO

Fla(eift,Ullhtfd Fla(eift,Ullhtfd-ty
ty Fla(eift,Ullhtfd-ty fragrant Cutioar -Tcleini
eeatalM d-
odor ant anUaeptia :
C-. (Haxechlera (Haxechlera-phaee),
phaee), (Haxechlera-phaee), Kaapa the
aUa toeeJi and eweet
Seetoee auabutst.
Prevent, tell

hfet and Wai teak,
attrritlea.Btiyl

(.nTBURGH (UPlU Authorl Authorl-Udi
Udi Authorl-Udi will dicid this weilfi whether
to file I murder 'chargi against
1 1 lo-yiir-eld hoy. whOr mf
than two vein kent irrt th

fact he hacked Ml widowed moth

er to aeatn with hatchM.
If the murder fharra U : filaif

Charles Zubryd will. Worn one

I we youngest murder defend
ants in history.

Charles confessed yesterday

after more thin two years of
brooding that he killed his
mother, Helen, 33, in the bese
ment of their Sewickley home be because
cause because she threatened to whip him.
Charles was eight, .when the
slaying occurred.

Dist. Atty. Edward C. Boyle

said Charles' aunt and uncle, the
Michael Zubryds, lrwn, Pa not-

iced at timet ne reiuteo to speak
ta them for periods up to two
weeks, and at Chrjstmss he lg-

noreo a oisKeioau ana ouier mil.

ReecnUy. Chirr s. iiraltht

"A" student, refusid to play with
the other children it recess, and

sat nee m tne classroom.

This strange behavior causes

the aunt te phone Boyle, who

gsked them to bring In toe young

ster for questioning. Boyle laid
Charles confessed the slaying af

ter about 45 minutes.. v

VSna was going to whip me wn
in armv belt." the bov allegedly

told Boyle., MI ran down to t,he

ceiiar ana me cam liter ,; me.
That's when I picked up the hat

Charles a i m It t d 1 hittinp
his mother with th blunt end of

the hatche aa ah turned to flee,

then striklne four more times

with the blade end.' He left the

weapon v Imbedded In her r-skuU.

3-Way Railroad
Merger Is Studied
CLEVELAND (UPIKThe mer

ger committee studying" a thrf
way consolidation of the.; Erie,
Selaware and Hudson ind Peia Peia-are.
are. Peia-are. Lackawanna, and Western

Railroads is .making iiftsf gctory

progress and will be ready to de.
Uver a report In ""the next few

months," according to Erie Pres

ident Harry W. Von WlUer.:

in i report to atocknoioeri, von
Wilier laid m of the technical
data prepared by the committee
Jo fr l4 indicates definite 4van 4van-ages
ages 4van-ages would be : gained T if the
tore rail carrier were to merge.
The Erie president aald th
plan, if still favored by the com committee
mittee committee when it completes its stu study,
dy, study, would hav to be pproved

by two-thirds of the stockholders
oi esch of the roads as well as

by the Interstate Commerc Com

mission, .::i:.':'SMlM&&

PARI FALSIFICATION A i.

FAJlkwRT'Germny (UPI)

It wi ihortly before, pif day

and tram conductor ,apr ros roster
ter roster didn't have 70 phennlags In nis

of two, Is In prison for six months,
AaTtt T47-yar-old Roister pru pru-Wy
Wy pru-Wy wlU be gacked after vervta
public transport-for r 24 yeiri.
politer work as a tram conduc conductor
tor conductor to Hochstadt, Ober-Franken.

When checkmg mi ucxei dook, no
found he wai short 70 phennlngs

Folster sua am wouia navo.oai
anred bis book OUt Of hi OWS

pocket if he had had the money.
.But because he didn't, and be

cause he didn't want to mar m
good record, hi charged two pas-

sengers hiti io miu up ,,
shortage U -'V
When it was discovered, Pointer
wai charged by Hothitadt public
transport with "embeizlement and
falsification of documents."'
, six months In prison wa th minimum-
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Herter Defends lkes Aid

Program ) AsWhai We Need':

WASHINGTON (UPI)- Aeting

Secretary of Stfte Christian A.
Herter ild yesterday major slssh-

i in President Eisenhowers

I30.000.000vforel2nv aid program

would be onf esilon "that we

weakening', tattt flgnt against
Jommunismv ,'-'

Aliening -ran wit rrssiaenis

program was 'ebsoiuteiy wnei we

eo, v tiener alio tom use House
Torelsn Attain Committee :euts

would force other, Allies to trim

aieir armea lorcn ana require

'many more Amerlcaa bovi" to

don unlformi. ,:

Committee' Chairman Thomai

E,. Morian m-Pa.) laid he be believed
lieved believed Eiiennower'f .profram
would fart "very well", in Con.

greia, urn ne law tne admlnJi
tration ahould expect a "aroall de
creased became of recent chart ei
of ."waite and inefficiency1' in
tha alrf nrnffrim u s :. "v..

STUAftT SYMINGTON AND FAMILYFatally portrait of Sen, Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)
: and fei: family wa takeh-.at hie toome in Creve Coeur, suburb of St. IjouSs. Standing in the
back are hla two tons, Stuart Jr., left, and Jim, On the senator's lap is Julie, Vh, daughter
"r of Jim, while Stuart in, 6, standi next to his grandmother, the senator's wife, in the front
. row are, from left, Mrs. Stuart Symington Jr.( holding her eon; Sidney, lMtr her daughter,
Anne, 8,. and Mrs. Jim Symington holding her son, Jeremy, I.

imimininrwiAyj-' Yiv!iftiiiiiirflw.iii.iSiii'i.r V' v' i 4 nn iriiiiii. iim iiiiji hiiimmiii i mn m up n iinl

Q

WWW 1

To Vod Daughter

Of Rich Canadian

NASSAU. Bahamas CVF1)

Playboy amy wauace. 31 last

eligible bachelor of the old Prin Princess
cess Princess Marsaret set, is engaged to

to Louise Taylor, 28, daughter of

Canadian multimillionaire e. p.

Taylor, friends said today.

The tall and elegantly dressed

WiUace, known as "old laithiui"

because of his constant attend'

anct on Princess Margaret. ar

rived in Nassau about a month

ago to recover in the sun from a!
liver ailment that had Dlaaued

Win from childhood.

Miss Taylor, blonde and beau

tiful and heiress, to 4 personal for
tune estimated at 70 million dol

lars, left her job as an editor on

Glamour maeazine a year ago to

ioin her father here at one of hi
favorite projects a real estate

development ou L,yiora cay com com-plete
plete com-plete with a golf course, yacht
basin and huge beach houses. ...

Taylor, head ol the billion dol

lar Argus Corp.. Ltd., of Canada,

is the owner1 ot 16 jnaior enter

prises from breweries to chain

Stores, une oi nis main interests
is horse racing and he owns 4
breeding and training farm near
Toronto.
. Wallace, an Oxford graduate,
was introduced to Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret in 1950 'and was her con constant
stant constant dancing Partner for yean,
He is the rich son of the late
Tory Transport Minister Capt.

Euan Wallace and society beauty
Barbara Luytens, now ntarried to
American author and publisher
Herbert As-ar.' 1

British gossip eolumnabusted,
about him ar late as January 18J7
when Princess. Margaret visited
bif MayfaiT; apartment to help liim
furnish it. Later toe appeared to
drop ut of the royal picture.

Kidney Transplant

Said Satisfactory

jr It'
' r; ' .. .- i

"Wa will make It more '.effective

by elimlnatinf the -waste," Mor

gan said. "As a result, we win
Set more for our dollar In coun coun-is
is coun-is abroad.?--

Some -Democrats have.iorecast

i slash of as much as one bil billion
lion billion dollars in the Aid program.

several congressmen said mey
felt the United States might be
losing .friends overseas OUlognlS

Ren. ; wayn Hava (D-OMO)

challenged Herter's assertion that

a cutback la aid funds would re

quire an c increase in U.S. mil

itary, forces. ;:y

Hays was asked why the Ui

ed States keeps, provldlni foreija

aid to Duita up Auiea lorees m
Europ when Eisenhower says the

United States has no Intention of

fighting' a ground war there.
.TI am sure' Hays said, "the

American people art just as con-

fused -as I am.'

Herterbeifed off answering the

ouestion. H said hi felt that mT mT-Mary
Mary mT-Mary witnesses icheduled to testi

ly later coma proviae a oetter an answer.
swer. answer. i
Herter pleaded that Congress
not try, as some Democrats nave
threatened to build a record for
economy by cutting foreign aid
funds in favor of more spending
on domestic programs.
This, he said, would be "very
short-slghted" because in tha long
run "we would have' to spend
more-,' money" building up U.S.
military might.
Herter filed In for cancer cancer-stricken
stricken cancer-stricken John roster Dtiles as tht
leadoff witness in the committee's
foreign aid hearings.

St. Alan's Grcds

Club To Jponsbr
Easier Concert

As nart of its program of cul

tural activities, the St. Alban's
Graduates' Club of Paraiso is

making extensive preparations
for an Easter evening concert on
Easter Sunday at 3 p.m. in the
Paraiso gymnasium.
Among the vocal artists will be
the accomplished soprano, Miss
Elena Graham, a student of

Prof. Marta Spoel of the National

Institute of Music and tenor ver ver-non
non ver-non Cox. 1
John Hoyte, professor of music
at the Jose D. Moscote School in

Panama Will render several piano
selections. Adcd attraction will

be balet exhibition by Misses

Marcia Wason and Sheila Hinds,
Also among the listed artists will
be the talented elocutionist, Miss
Marie' Davis.
Tickets are being sold by mem members
bers members of the club and can also be
obtained from Cecil Gittens at
the Service Center and Mrs. Edith
Brown at the Plraiso beauty par-Ion

Philadelphia!.

To Give Talk

Here Monday
Prof. Raymond G. Jolly of

Philadelphia, lecturer and world
traveler, will speak at The French
Society Hall on March 23 at 7 n.m.

All are welcome. No charge for

admission, and no collection will
be lifted. The subject "Is God or
Sstan Winning".
The Laymen's Home Mislonary
Movement,- which Jolly directs, is

a woriawioe interdenominational
religious movement for the en encouragement
couragement encouragement of Bible study. It
has over 300 branches and is
widely represented in the U. S.
and in otfier countries. His vlsijt
here is sponsored by the local
branch.

Field Trip Sunday

To Climax YMCAV

Adventure Course
A free field trip to the Parian

and Venado beach area on Sun-

day afternoon will climax the five-
week jungle adventure course at -.
the Balboa YMCA-USO. Tonight.
Kenneth Vinton, author of the lo

cal best seller, "The Jungle ;
Whispers." ril give an illustrat.
ed talk on "Exploring the Sea Seashore,"
shore," Seashore," with emphasis on the-o
imals and plant life and the min

erals that can be found here.
Eligibility for the field trio is

contingent upon attendance at this

evening's program, which begins

at i:3o p.m.

BLACKPOOL, England (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A local newpaper today ran an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for "new two-tier wd-

ding cake for sale. Accept four

pounds or nearest offer."

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Can. Thnm..

a. waits, commenting on propos

an to send more troooi to

curope in ease of trouble in n.r

lin:

"For this Situation fJUrli, T

feel there is ne real requirement

ior runner strengthening or

equipping of our armed forces in

WASHINGTON, Pol n.nl.l

omer, chief counsel of the Selec

uv. aervice, teiiing teen ageri
where they stand with tha .drift-

"You're Virtually all tagged for

iiiiuiaijr icrvica one wav nr an

other."

HOUSTON. Tex. Col. w.lt.r

Williams, 116, one of two remain

ing Civil War veterans, on the

illness of John Sailing, 112, of
Slant, Va., the other veteran:
. I said I would live to be the
list one and It looks like J wilL"
i WASHINGTON -'secretary of
Stat Dulles, when aikd how
long he expected to remain in the
hospital for treatment of cancer:
' "I don't know. .You'll have to
ask the doctors."

Chilean Violinist
To Be Presented

At Balboa JVB
The USO-JWB will presetn a con concert
cert concert by the Chilean violnist, Pe-

rft-n Anrinriln nn Thuririav it

1:15 p.m. Hans Janowiti wlii sc

company mm at me piano.
Also with d'Ahdursin will be Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Garrido, a composer repre

sented on the program. D.'Andur D.'Andur-lin
lin D.'Andur-lin was born in Santiago, Chile
where he won the Orrego Prize.
Afterward he studied with Ivsn
Gslamlan.
He made his New York debut
in 1949 and has tince, toured the
United States, Europe, Centrsl
and South America.
The recital at the USO-JWB
will include, amone others, works
by Mendelssohn, Bloch, Kreisler
and Sarasate.
Admission for the general pu public
blic public is $1 and servicemen and
their families will be admitted
free.

PLIES TO WASHINGTON t
LONDON (UPI) Sir Denli
Rickett, third secretary of .the
treasury, flew to Washington t
day for what he described as a
routine visit for general discus discussions
sions discussions with World Bank official.

JlflSS HOOVER" IN MINI-MAX Shoppers .in the Mini-Max Super Market last Friday showed
Jiluch Interest In the demonstrations of the Ho yermatlc given, by Miss Graciela, Avendano, special

"imnnstmtoi' who was hrouiht to Panama bv Haliwah. S.A, for the express, purpose .of demon

Sjratint the use of this new machine, which la the only wishing machine that washes, irinses
efd-drys a complete laundry load in only eisrht minutes. Purine the past week. Miss Avendano

Hirried ou demonstrations, not only in Panama City, but also In Pavld,

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Requiem Mast
A. requiem miss will be held
temerrew memlnf at 1:30 In St.
Paul's Church for the late 1
Geerga L. O'Kt'th, who died a
week ase Monday.
The Rev. John Speer .will ef ef-fieiate
fieiate ef-fieiate at the mess.
JW? Movie Night
The. USO-JWB will present an
other night of movies tonight at
T:8Q..,yAt that time 'a '..genetal
tf Iveibg of Europe J!wiU;brthoj.
This screening .la 'Jn'onnecttbn
with, the first annual Canal' Zone
tour of Europ'e;
Servicemen and their families
as well as residents of the Canal

Zone and Panama are invited.

BOSTON (UPI) Physicians n-

nounced today that a transplanted
kidney donated to an ailing 47-year-old
Kannapolis, N.C., twin

was "functioning satistactoruy"
today, marking success in the
first phase of the 12th such oper operation
ation operation performed here.

A spokesman at Peter : sent

Brighahi Hospital said both Jim

and Jimmie Coxey were "making
tatisfactorv nroBress" toward re

covery. The report usually, made

72 hours after the double oper

ation, was delayed until today but

the spokesman auacnea no signu
Icance to the delay.

In the Derations. Jimmie flo

hated one of bis healthy kidneys

to his identical twin, Jim, who

was stricken by the usually-fatal

Bneht's disease.

Spokesman for the team ot zo

iphysicians who performed- the
transplant surgery Thursday laid
that when the transplanted kidney

heean functioninf nroDeilv.. the

first phase of the rare land deli

cate operations was ever

The next step Is removal of
Jlmmie's own diseased kidneys,

perhaps within 10 days.

rne toxey twins are ine oiaest

persons ever to unaerzo xst inns

plant operation.

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Jilted Mistress On Trail
For Slaying Wealthy Lover

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)

Connie Nicholas, "very hopeful"

but in tears at the start, went on
trial yesterdiy for the slsying of

her weaitny married lover wno
jilted her for. a younger mistress
after a 15-year affair.
The tiny basement courtroom
was jammed by the jury panel
alone and the judge, Thomas
Faulcoher, spring a surprise
when he ruled that television and
radio could broadcast the trial
'live" if they wished. Two radio
stations were on the air. from the
courtroom Monday.
The 42-year-old defendant', a
trim, petite woman, with a bright
dash of lipstick relieving her con conservative
servative conservative grey and black suit,
began crying soon after she en entered
tered entered the court, but regained com3
posure quickly and watched the
preliminary jury selection with
quiet interest. v
Mrs. Nicholas pleaded not guilty
to first degree murder charges in
the fatal shooting of handsome
Forrest Teel, '54, executive vice
president of, the 'Eli Lilly Drug
Co., who died in his white Cadil-

Veteran Sal ling
To Fire A Shot

'ANNIVERSARY CABIN An exact' replica pf the log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln war

... uuin is oonsirucicu uj ahuj vugi'icere, in r raimiuii, jt " .As. i rv
r; ; commemorating 'the 150th. anniversary of Llhcoln blrlh, adjoins the Amerlka Haus, a free t
1 library makng Information about the United State's" .available1 to Germans, JTh tabjn .wiUf
r .. be open to the nubllcr for several months aftffr the birthday celebration. .Later it Will P

;ved.te a permanent site In the nearby. TaunusMoUntains.

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KINGSPORT, Tenn, (trPI) Vir

ginia' revered old mountaineer
John Sailing, next-to-lasi survivor
of the armies of -the Civil War,
has joined his comrades in death.

A boy soldier of tnei confeder

acy, Sailing ; died peacefully of
pneumonia just so dayi short
of, his 113th birthday.

His death left just one more
living veteran, of the war between
the states. 116-year-old Walter W.

Williams of Houston. Tex. Wil

liams was toe weak to be told
that he was tit last m alive of

the great armies wno sought un
dar Lea and Grant.

The last Union veterkn, Albert

Woouon of ouiutn, Mini., dltd in
1956 at the age of 109) Woolson
was a rummer boy. Williams
was a forager,. Selling spent his

service In the Army Virginia

Only 13 when Confederate guns

fired Ft, Sumter, Sallng never

nrta a snot during tna war, and
never wore a gray uniform until
his long lifamede hLni oneAof' a

handful of surviving clyllWalr

vetersns a dozen veats iao. In

hs Ister years, he became a liv

ing symbol. He was

honorary rank of genelal ,and ouU

given the

fitted with winter and summer

uniforms. He rode in-parades and
received messages from presi presidents
dents presidents and governors.

He lived a sheltered life in his

last years, on his boyhood from

near the hamlet of Slant, Va., 25
miles north of here.
Until recently he enjoyed good
health. He remained active until
he broke his hip at the ate of
10, and attributed his long fife to
"hard work and moderation."
Sailing contracted influents and
a cold last week end was admit admitted
ted admitted te a private clinic here last
Thursday. Then his condition Be Became
came Became worse and pneumonia de developed.
veloped. developed. The frail eld man lacked
strength to fight any longer."
He lapsed into a coma Sunday
and died at 7:45 a.m. yester yesterday
day yesterday with a daughter, Mrs. Hugh
McCamy and his grandson, H. E
Hawkins at his side.
A nurse who was present said
the old mountaineer's death was

"very peaceful." j!

r sailing's body win lie in state
at Gate- City, Va., until services
with military honors at 11: SO
a.m. Thursday. Sailing will
be burled in the family cemetery
near his home..

lac July 31 after an evening with

his. new girl, 30 year-old Laura

Mowrer.

A venire of 214 jurors was sum summoned,
moned, summoned, and by mid-day 77 of

them had been excused by ilness,
hardship, or, under Indiana law,
choosing not to serve if over age,
65. Individual questioning of pros prospective
pective prospective jurors began at the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon session and was expected
to take three days before a jury
is picked.
The twice-divorced Mrs. Nicho Nicholas,
las, Nicholas, asked what she thought would
be the outcome of the case, said
"that's up to the jury.. I'm very
hopeful.'
"One thing I've found Is that
don't have many friends left leftmost
most leftmost of them are now acquain acquaintances.'
tances.' acquaintances.' t
Both her bands were In metal
traction sqlints but nurse re removed
moved removed them later. Frank
Symmes, rated Indiana's top
criminal defense lawyer, will seek
to prove she suffered the injuries
when Teel, a powerful outdoorx outdoorx-mn,
mn, outdoorx-mn, assaulted her in his car.
The defense will be that Connie

shot him three times with a .25

caliber French revolver ULself ULself-defense
defense ULself-defense during, the struggle. Pros Prosecutor
ecutor Prosecutor Francis Thomason did not
reveal at the outset whether he
would seek the maximum penalty
of electrocution. General public
onlnon wa that Connie would get
off fairly lightly, if not acquitted.

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franks' Worry Over Larsen s
Shoulder Woes; Eye Ramos,
Hyde Of Washington Nafs

By TIM MORIARTY
NEW YORK, March 17 (UPI) A rainy day in the
Florida baseball camps usually produces trades and ru rumors
mors rumors of trades.
It was that kind of a day on the soggy citrus circuit
Yesterday. Four exhibition games were rained out, so sev sev-tral
tral sev-tral possible player transactions were reportedly being

discussed.
The New York Yankees, con concerned
cerned concerned over Don Larsen's recur
rent shoulder ailment, have turn turn-fed
fed turn-fed again to the Washington sen senators
ators senators for pitching help. The world
champions would like to pry eith-
r
t Pedro namos or uk hj
loose from the Nats, xney aiso
are eyeing soutnpaw nuiy nuai
f the Detroit Tigers.
The Senators, in turn, have in-
Sicated they are willing to peddle
loy Sievers to the White Sox. But
Cal Griffith, the Nats' owner, in insists
sists insists "we're not going to give
tream for skim milk." That pre
aumably means the White Sox will
Save to offer center fielder Jim
Landis as part of the deal.
, Another possible trade Involv Involv-ling
ling Involv-ling the St. Louis Cardinals and
I Cincinnati Rodlogs rtportodly has
I advanced past tha talking stage.
iThis one would send outfielder
Gus Bell to tha Cardinals for
southpaw Vinegar Bend Mixall.
' In the only two exhibition games
blayed yesterday, the Kansas City
Athletics blanked the Tigers, G-o,
ind Ted Kluszewski's first spring
home run sparked the Pittsburgh
Pirates to a 4-1 victory over the
Cincinnati Redlegs.
Ned Garver, making his first
fctart of the year, limited his form

tincy, W. Virginia Expected
To Meet In NCAA Tournament

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I LOUSVILLE, Ky., March it -tUPD-The
Records and the ra ra-Ings
Ings ra-Ings made Cincinnati and West
Virginia the favorites today to
meet in the finals of the N.C.A.A.
basketball tournament Saturday
.;,t,t Knt Tnisvilie s own come
back kids are getting plenty
of
upport.
! As the vanguard of visiting
eoaches and fans arrived, they dis discovered
covered discovered three things were diffi difficult,
cult, difficult, perhaps impossible to locate
In this basketball-mad city : a ho hotel
tel hotel room, a ticket to the tourna tournament
ment tournament and a Louisvillian who
doesn't think the hometown Cardi Cardi-taals
taals Cardi-taals can win it all on their own
Door.
i Official tournament activity be be-jflan
jflan be-jflan today whtn sports writers
1 mat at a lunch to hoar Louis Louis-;
; Louis-; villa coach Pack Hickman en en-tgage
tgage en-tgage In a telephone battlo of
I words with his rivals, George
! Smith of Cincinnati, Freddie
iSchaus of West Virginia and
Pate Newell of California.
Louisville faces West Virginia
In one semi-final game Friday
night for the Eastern champion championship,
ship, championship, with Cincinnati and Califor California
nia California tangling in the other for the
Western title. The winners will
meet Saturday night to determine
who picks- up the NCAA crown
which Louisville unceremoniously
tipped off Kentucky's brow in the
niid-east regionals at Evanston.,
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er Detroit teammates to two hits
over the first five innings.
Walt Craddock was just as ef effective,
fective, effective, permitting only t h r t e
bingles the rest of the way. Home
runs by Roger Mans and Kent
Hadley paced Kansas City's 13-hu
sttdck
Vernon Law pitched the first
seven innings for Pittsburgh, al allowing
lowing allowing only throe hits.
On other fronts: rookie Frank
Howard hit a 420-foot home run
during a Los Angeles Dodger camp
game. ..pitcher Moe Drabowsky en
gaged in his first workout with the
Chicago Cubs since suffering a
fractured right thumb.. .Curt Flood
rejoined the Cardinals after a six six-months
months six-months hit. in the army to find
Gino Cimoli holding down his cen center
ter center field position...
Manager Eddie Sawyer of the
Phillies said that batting cham champion
pion champion Richie Ashburn will be drop dropped
ped dropped from lead-off hitter to the No.
2 spot this season . .pitcher Al
Worthimgton ended his holdout
with the San Francisco Gianls,
signing for a reported $17,000 Re Reno
no Reno Bertoia, who already has been
tried at third base and shortstop,
worked out at second base for ihe
Senators... The Cleveland Indians
optioned shortstop Billy Hunter to
their San uiego larm ciuu.
Very few people, and least of
all NCAA officials, thought that a
Louisville team which entered the
tournament as an at-large team
with a mediocre 16-10 record
would ever knock off Eastern Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Kentucky and Michigan
State in a row to come back here
and play for the national crown
on its own floor.
Ironically, this did absolutely
nothing to boost tha ticker sale.
Tha State Fairgrounds Coliseum
had baen a complete sellout for
weeks, and with the competing
teams getting allotments of on only
ly only 300 tickets apiece, the scroung
Ing for those pasteboards is
fierce.
NCAA officials are considering
the possibility of staging a closed closed-circuit
circuit closed-circuit TV showing of the game
in an adjoining wing of the Coli Coliseum,
seum, Coliseum, where an additional 10,000
fans might be accommodated at
general admission prices. The Col Coliseum
iseum Coliseum seats just under 19,000 for
basketball.
Bassey Camp Rates
Challenger Moore
As Dangerous Foe
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Quiet,
gentlemanly featherweight cham
pion Hogan (Kid Bassey lets
manaeer Ceoree Biddies do the
talking for him and the British
pub keeper ranks challenger Dav Dav-pv
pv Dav-pv Monre a "dangerous" foe
tomorrow.
Biddies made his observations
as the champion calmly awaited
the 15-round nationally televiseu
title bout in Olympic auditorium
after Jiaving ended his training
with a public workout Sunday.
' Told that Moore's manager, Wil
lie Ketchum, had said Bassey
could be hit and the Sprmghcld
Ohio, challenger would find the
mark frequently, Biddies snorted
"What do you expect him to
say?' After all, he's managing the
challenger and he's been trying
to make this bout for more than
a year. Certainly we respect
Mpore. We consider him a highly
dangerous fighter.
"But so were the others Uogan
met and defeated. And I fully ex expect
pect expect he will do the same with
Moore. We anticipate a hard Pout.
Moore is the top contender and
he will throw everything into, his
shot at the title. It's his big
chance."

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Panama Major
Softball Loop
Pine Sol Snaps Losing Streak
By LLOYD BERTO JOSEPH

PANAMA
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LEAGUE
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Pet.
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.500
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Dipal .'. .. .-. .. ..3
Mauricio 5
Pine Sol 4
Baby Arango 3
Cerveza Balboa .. ..0
Tomorrow's
game: Dipal vs.
Pine Sol.
Yesterday's Result
Pine Sol 000 002 02
Baby Arango 001 000 01
A beautiful pitching duel be between
tween between Pine Sol ace, Ed Morrell
and Baby Arango's Charles Cara-
tine was marred by errors and a
win for the former by a 2 to 1
score, in yesterday's game at San
ta Rita.
Caratine a bespectacled right
hander, held the Pine Sol nine
completely at bay for five innings
and would nave gainea me win u
his teammates had fielded well.
He had the Pests popping up to
the infield and only Morrell's long
fly in the fifth was hit hard. Cen Cen-terfielder
terfielder Cen-terfielder Catalino Gonzalez made
a great run and catch Of the ball
against the center field wall.
Baby Arango drew Iirst oiooa in
the third. Caicedo was credited
with a double on a sinking drive to
left on which Hogan tried for a
shoestring catch failed. Caratine
fiied to Farrell and Aizpurua was
out pitcher to first, the runner ad
vancing.
Gonzalez lined a single to left
plating Caicedo with the tie break-
. ... ii i .
er. All fine sol couia musier on
Caratine up to this time was a
blooper single to center Dy rrea
Morgan and an infield tap by Irv
Haynes.
"Rookie" Farrell bunted to open
the sixth and when first base man
Garrido threw the ball into right
field he scooted around second and
headed for third. Rightfielder Cai Cai-eedo
eedo Cai-eedo then threw past third base
man Orillac and the rookie scored
the tying run.
"Fancy Dan" Reid singled to
center, advanced to third on two
wild pitches and scored the win
ning marker when first baseman
Garrido again threw wildly to
catcher Brown after Morgan was
retired, shoftftfr first. Cox lined a
single tftafWWpi;. and big Mcisair
LaneHookfVerfor the Babys. Cox
was called out for leaving the bag
too soon and Haynes grounded to
first, to end the frame,
Morrell walked the first batter
in the seventh but Caicedo and
Lane hit harmless flies to center
and left respectively, and pinch
hitter Esposito, ; watched a called
third strike to end the Pests' long longest
est longest losing streak at two games
in two years.
Morrell now has two wins a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a single loss. It was the
first, decision for Caratine.
The box score:

Plna Sol Ab R H
Parris, lb 3 0 0
Farrell, 3b 2 1 0
Reid, 2b 3 11
Morgan, rf-c 3 0 1
Cox, cf 2 0 1
Haynes, c-rf 3 0 1
Hogan, If 30 0
Holness, ss 3 0 0
Morrell, p . . 3 0 0
Total 25 2 4

Baby Arango
Aizourua. ss 3 0 0
x-EsDosito 1 0 0
Gonzalez, cf 2 0 1
Orillac. 3b 3 0 0
Rrown. c 2 0 0
Guerrero, c : 1 0 0
Flores, If 30 0
Garrido, lb '.2 0 1
Jenkins, 2b 2 0 1
Caicedo. rf -.3 1 1
Caratine, p 2 0 1
Lane, p 100
Total
25 1 5
Errors: Parris. Holness. Orillac,
Garrido 2. Caicedo. RBI: Gonzalez,
Double': Caicedo. Doubleplay: Ba Baby
by Baby Arango 1. Aizpurua. Garrido.
Pitchers' Records: Morrell: 1
earned run, 5 strikeouts, 2 walks.
Caratine: 1 earjied run, 5 hits, 3
strikeouts. 2 bases on halls in 5 13
innincs. Lane: 1 strike ot. Um-
nires: Jimenez. Barrows. Time of
Game: 1:40.
WINS MIDGET RACE
TEANECK, N.J. (UPI) Len
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100-lap feature event of the midg midget
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mory Armory Saturday nieht. followed in
second place hv Roger' Bailev of
Patchoeue. N.Y.. and in third
place hv Johnny Coy of Free
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WOODWORKING TOOLS Jackie Jensen, the right-handed thump in the Boston Red Sox lineup lineup-last
last lineup-last year he had 35 home runs and 122 runs-batted in begins a workout at Scottsdale, Ariz., by gath gathering
ering gathering up his deck of bats. f

Green Charley Scott Gains
Upset Win Over Isaac Logart

NEW YORK, March 17 (UPI)-
Welterweight contender Isaac Lo Logart
gart Logart must be convinced by now
that New York is his jinx town.
The fast-punching, second-ranked
Cuban was a 3-1 favorite a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Charley Scott, a newcomer
from Philadelphia, in their 10 10-round
round 10-round bout at St. Nicholas Arena
last night but when the votes were
tallied Scott wound up with a split
decision.
Logart's New York troubles
actually started' last March whan
ho. suffered a sixth round knock knockout
out knockout at tha hands of Virgil Akin
In a welterweight contenders'
elimination bout ( that sat off a
Rainbow City
STEVEDORE
LEADS IN
. MORRIS STILL
RAINBOW CITY
SOFTBALL ;
By HERBERT MOISE
LEAGUE STANDINGS
AS OF MARCH 15
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Steveodre Morris
Cigarillos Oasis
Powell . .
Pantra ......
Ajinomoto ....
Following a busy but unexcited
weekend, the defending Stevedore
Morris champions sun sporxeu
their league lead currently at a
two-and-a-half-game margin. The
champs made sure of their position
by easily handing the Ajinomoio
Japanese a 12 to-6 oruDDing peiore
a good sized crowd.
In this contest, their Herman A A-gard
gard A-gard made his 1959 debut. He had
been sidelined since the stan oi
the season because of an injury to
his left ankle. Agard pitched good
ball, as usual, giving up only one
walk in the five innings he worteo.
Manager Paul Walker yanked
him after he worked in the regulation-required
amount of innings to
get credit for the contest. His re relief
lief relief Carlos "Calibum" Holligan
showed signs of wildness giving up
four walks and four runs in the. two
innings he toiled. Between them,
they allowed the Omaha Insurance
Pill to be clubbed into no-man's-land
six times, as they shared the
responsibility of the six hits exact exactly
ly exactly in half. ..
The diminutive San Bias Indian
Paredes started for the losers and
did a f airlv good job but failed to
get the offensive and defensive
support of his erratic mates. Alvin
Lovell with 3-in-4 led the Stevedore
Morris attack and also stay In the
race for the Hector Lopez trophy
for the batting chamc Wally An Anderson
derson Anderson with 3 in-5 and Carlos Hol Holligan
ligan Holligan with 2 in 3 also carried the
bulk of the Morris Dockman at attack.
tack. attack. Powell 10, Pantra 5
At game time for the opener of
Saturday's twinbill, the Pantra and
Powell teams began playinf be before
fore before a small crowd that swelled as
the contest rolled on.
Henry Thomas sent his string string-bean
bean string-bean fastballer Leslie Drayton to
stop Pantra and that he did. allow allowing
ing allowing them eight scattered hits, fan fan-nin
nin fan-nin two and walking none. The
sometimes-friendly-some-times-im-
oossible Powell pitcher thus won
his third contest in five decisions.
This win put him on the credit list
of Noel Daley who promised to give
him $2 for every victory. He Is two
to the good as of this writing.
While Drayton was pitching just
enough to win, his mates; led by
Joe Clarke and Jorge Knowles,
were pummeling the Omaha Insur Insurance
ance Insurance pill for the grand tptal of 13
hits which included two double
and a homer by Ramon Alston, his
first.
: Manager Ithran "Nobby" Stewart
sent Molinnr to debut In this game
and he lasted only long enough to
face five batters getting charged
for five runs and three hits. A
walk, an" error and three consecu consecutive
tive consecutive singles spelled the end to this

large-scale boxing probe that
is still in progress.
Akins went on to win the 147 147-pound
pound 147-pound crown, then lost it io Don
Jordan. Logart, meanwhile, had
been biding his time hoping for
another crack at Akins or a pos possible
sible possible title fight with Jordan.
But all those plans apparently
were ruined by his upset loss to
Scott, an unranked battler with
plenty of power but little finesse.
Taking command Midway in the
fight, Scott willingly slugged it
out with Logart and earned the
nod on Jiis superior punching.
Scott, who weighed 147 pounds
to Logart's 146 V was ovorioy-
Softball League
O
amateur -hoxer-nitcher' riphnt In
the1 Rainbow City Open Classifica
tion. Perhaps it has sent' him into
foDlivion In this league.
,Pvt. Richard Brady and Sgt.LI Sgt.LI-brado
brado Sgt.LI-brado Mancias followed Molinar to
the mound and continued to bear
the brunt of the Pbwell attack. A-
gainst Brady, the Finnegan Me Mechanics
chanics Mechanics slammed the Omaha pill
for ten more hits and' five runs but
when Librado Mancias, moved in into
to into combat, the Henry Thomas-led
Powell team was powerless. Man Mancias
cias Mancias was stngy In his one-inning
stint giving up no hits or runs.
Molinar thus lost his first game
this season. Napoleon with 2-in-3
was the bright spot on the Pantra
offense.
Stevedore Morris 7, Cig. Oasis 4
A good sized crowd Watched as big
Bob Moolchan, the affable Indian
ace of the Stevedore Morris, again
toyed with his opponents to win his
fifth consecutive, game and remain
undefeated on the season. What
was expected to be a battle for the
top spot lacked the usual. luster and
excitement of the previous contests
between these clubs.
Although outhit 10 to 7, the
champions again pulled the trick
of bunching the hits to score the
necessary amount of runs to win.
After pulliag away from a 1-to-l
tie in the second, with a four-run
deluge in the third, the champs
were never caught.
On the winning team no player
got more than one but despite Can Can-ate's
ate's Can-ate's 2-for-4, Joseph 2-in-4 and Bo Bo-vefle's
vefle's Bo-vefle's 2-in-4, the Eleta-owned
Green Smokers could not get up
to'Jfheir rivals.
This makes it 3 and 0 on the sea season
son season for the Stevedore Morris team
over Cig. Oasis.
Cig. Oasis 12, Powell 2
; After a loss on Saturdav, the Cig
Oasis bounced back' to trounce a
lazy-looking Powell team 1,2-to-6
behind th not-so-s'inrh pitching of
Lew- IliMnser. -Thu WWner
made his rtebitt in the RBCOCSL a
winning elfort.
The snullest crowd to watch a,
game since 1953 looked on the re replay
play replay of a 4-4 tie of March 7 as Hil Hil-ringer
ringer Hil-ringer walked seven and fanned
an equal number. Among his vic victims
tims victims were Ramon Alston three
times and the popular George
Knowles. Knowles is one of the
toughest hitters to fan and when
Lew fooled him with a change-un
curve, the umall crowd was privi privileged
leged privileged to see a rarity. After this
Georce was retired hv his manv
friends who jokingly hung his
loves. Jefsev, shoes and can on
the walls f the Cantina Mamoni
on Third and .Tusto Arosemena.
Hilzinger will be back in Rainbow
City tomorrow to face Powells a a-gain
gain a-gain and kany more fans will be
on hand t watch Knowles against
the Pacific side star.
Hilzingei breezed through tils
stint to earn his .fjrst win. His
pitching i finponent. Rudy' Lynch:
dropped )Jfe irst He has one win
also.:;-,"1 V- "" : "-'
Joe ClarK Towells. with 8 in-5,
took the lrtid Jn the Hector Lopte'
hatting ra carrying his average
to a fantasc .4a3. For the winners.
Joseph, 8-it
5. Canate, 2-in-3, and
in 4; were the leading
Franklyn,
hitters,

and of
tha bristling
"When I saw that Logart
couldn't hurt me with his beest
punches, I just waded in there
and threw all I had at him," the
23-year-old Philadelphian declared.
Eddie Mafuz, Logart's manager,
explained Isaac lost because "he
fought the other fellow's fight."
"He shouldn't have slugged with
Scott," Mafuz added. "He should
have boxed him. But he wanted
to please the fans, who like a slug
ging match.
Referee Mark Conn gave six
rounds to Scott and called two
even. Judge Joo Eppy also fav favored
ored favored Scott, 5-4-1. The other judge
Carl D'Onosorio, cast his ballot
for Logart, 5-4-1.
It was Scott's 20th victory in 30
pro fights and Logart's 11th set setback
back setback in 73 starts, ; ; .'
Highlights
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI)
Manager Casey Stengel's con concern
cern concern over the condition of Don
Larsen deepened yesterday wnen
the New York Yankee right-hander
Was ordered by the club phy physician
sician physician to refrain from throwing
for four days.
Larsen was forced to retire
from Sunday's exhibition game
against the St. Louis Cardinals in
the third inning when he felt a
spasm of pain in' his right shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. He was battered for six runs
in that inning.
"Larsen is in the. best .shape
he's ever been in spring training
and it would be a tragedy if
something is seriously wrong with
him," Stengel remarked after
yesterday's game against the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Phillies was rained out.
"I dunno what to make of it,"
he continued. "While he was out
there yesterday, he threw harder
than (Ryne) Duren or anyone
else."
Dr. Sydney Gaynor, the team
physician, said, "there's no seri serious
ous serious situation but Larsen still feels
some pain in the right shoulder."
ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI)Mana (UPI)Mana-ger
ger (UPI)Mana-ger Cookie Lavagetto hinted Mon Monday
day Monday he would try Reno Bertoia
at still another position before
the Washington Senators"jpen tlie
regular season April 9. r
The Senators wefe rained out
for the first time in their spring
schedule yesterday when their
game with the Chicago White
Sox was washed out.
Bertoia, who came from De Detroit
troit Detroit in a winter trade as a third third-baseman,
baseman, third-baseman, already has been test tested
ed tested at short and, apparently, has
been found wanting,
Lavagetto held over Chuck
Stobbs and Dick Hyde as his
pitchers against the Pirates in
Fort Myers tod,ay. Both wcie
slated to face Chicago, yesterday.
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ST. PETERSBURG Only the
pre-De-jGaulle French changed
leaders as capriciously often as
'the St. Louis Cardinals. ' They
lead th big leagues in Variety as
well as numbers. One season they
even had Tim Hurst, who doubled
as umpire and boxing referee, rul ruling
ing ruling the dugout, v ;
' The list includes such Intriguing
immortal patronymics as Vonder
Ame, Diddledock and Bucken Bucken-berger.
berger. Bucken-berger. :
Once Branch Rickey had a shot
at them. (Unfortunately his aim
.was bad). Over a space of five
years, they had five different man
agers. : .;Rickey Rogers 'Wonsby,
Bob O'Farrell, Bill McKechnie,
Billy Southworth. r
When Southworth sigtfed a two-year-lease
on an apartment, ho
was named Mr. Optimist of 1929.
Next year, of course," hewas gone
. .Now, as weat on the bench
waiting for the Yankee game to
begin, we. talked with Solomon
Joseph Hemus, the .latest man managerial
agerial managerial sacrifice. 'Xt.Ai-
"I hope you got yourself a long long-term
term long-term contract," we said. :
.'T signed for one year," was his
bland rejoinder.
"Why only one?"
There was aaus; :. ."Actually
w.hat difference does it make
whether you sign for one or five?"
Hemus; at 34, the youngest man manager
ager manager in the majors, reflected "se "security?"
curity?" "security?" That's not enough. You
still have to live with yourself, and
if conditions are unpleasant, you
are bettef. off some place else.
If I produce I believe I can stay
as long as I waot.'!u, ..,:
A casual check indicated Uie
odds were on his side., Stan Mu Mu-sial,
sial, Mu-sial, for example, is a stanch ally
. ."This is a level-headed young
fellow. He knows to rup a game,
and from what I've seen, knows
how to handle men."
Hemus, probably the only biolog biological
ical biological product of English-Austrian
ancestry in the game, is on the
small .side physically, the large
side vocally, a pain in the ear
drums to umpires, a player of
modestbut helpful skills. Another
Eddie Stanky Is the inevitable
comparison.' 'V :
. Back with the origination In a
swivel-hair capacity, Stanky once
managed the Cardinals, and like
many of his predecessors, was fir-

3 WesfngAoasePgye

In Amerkw tegiifflrB

Westinghouse still dominates the
American Legion hit, parade with
three of their players repeating in
the' latest league statistics fof the
top three positions. Sims Allen,
Ray Amato "and. Allen Scott are the
three leading hitters in that order.
Allan who dropped from the
charmed circle of .400 is still
leading Ray Amato by eight per per-cent
cent per-cent age points. Amato, now bat batting
ting batting at .386 improved on his
former average of .380. Scott
Setting in the number three slot
as an average of .340 which is
six less than hi former average.
Frank Bright, the only player
on Panama Insurance to make
the big ten, has an average of
.3u0. a drop of three points over
last week's batting average. Bright,
like he was last week, is batting
nuihber four in the overall league
statistics.
Following Bright is Weir of Spur
Cola who moved up from the num number
ber number seven slot last week to num
ber five.
This week's statistics embrace
two newcomers to the club. Jim
Price has taken over eighth posi position
tion position from Fred Roe who dropped
out of sight and Will of Spur Cola
who is in the number nine position
vacated by Bradshaw of Westing Westing-house,
house, Westing-house, who dropped to tenth posi position,
tion, position, i
In pitching it is still Chico
Martin way out front with. 80.
ftrikeouts to his credit, Ch'eo is
again followed closely by team teammate
mate teammate Ray Amato. Both of these
pitchers have turned in excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine duty on the mound
for Weitinghouse and because of
this have contributed greatly to
Westinghouso's domination of the
; league. .. : ,' 'i ;;?.
All of the other pitch&rs, like
McGowan, Stromberg ;and Bright
while trailing Martin and Amato
in the win-loss coiumns have turn-,
ed in outstanding iobs, "There is
little doubt that With better field field-ing
ing field-ing their pitching records would
be improved. :
Westinghousev.witha total of
seven-men in the top ten for bat batting
ting batting honors, is sure to cop the bat batting
ting batting championship.! Although Allen
and Amato have a substantial
lead on first place, Archie Col
with a .278 average, has been h't'
Mirg the ball at a terrific pace. In
the last two games he has batted
at a i750 clip and should be con considered
sidered considered as a seriout contender for
the league's batting cha mpionship.
.-' STANDINGS:
Westinghouse 6 2 .750 I
Spur Cola 4 3 .571 2
Orange Kist 3 4 .428 2
Panama Insurance 2 6 .250 ;1
All games In the second half
played.tliru March 15th.. r
ITOPAY EIMCANT0.25-15S
WAHOO! $115.00 -;
. Rory Calhouri In
'TIIE BIO CAPER' ?
. Ruth Roman In
I "FIVE STEPS to DANGEft" I

ed in mid-season. Would HemUB
be inviting the the same, faaff
'" StiH Nood Help t :
On short acquaintance, wes ssy
no. We sense one very importaut mii
difference between the two, HemvtujS
us is himself Stanky tried to bswm
two others guys. Joha...McGaw;u2J
whose background he admired; iwt
Leo Durocher, i a contemporajty3Jio"I
whose bluster and swagger, made : i-.
'deep "imprint. -.
Stanky failed because he-wasn't
Stanky. If Hemus fails it will be
because he's Hemus. And 11 fop ni
whatever it's worta, wtvimagintuoW
i this at least would mean certain
consolation. r
The Cardinals finished fifth 'lasi" x i
season, l9V4r games out. 'New mert stout
have been acquired through dealer
Outfielders Cimoli, and Essegii(asii.i"
first f baseman Crowe, shortstop)
Grammas pitchers 1 Kellner and .zljz
Hemus himself, as infield jreliefxunnt
and pinch hit. 1 arft
("We still need another big bat' in

and a starting left-hand pitcherJtoJj io
be a positive threat," he admitted0
"If wejean get them In- trades.. J
fine, if not, must come from- thg'J""C.
farm hands, the most promisin..L
group, by the way, I've seen slnce""
my first association with the Can Can-dinals."
dinals." Can-dinals." v !-' .nm.j
Jhat WOUld be in 49 When Snln.

mon Joseph Hemus eimt un fmm

Houston, midget ipith -a giant's 'J

BJI1U1UUU. j. ' '

. ''
icultujt V

. Touch of Humor
j Asked to identify the aericultuk-

Ists most likely to.- attain urban i

status, Hemus named pitcher)

, Ricketts (Rochester: 15-131 ( ijftr.al'

fielder Burton (Houston: .2.861,1
Smitn (Omaha: 315),. and. f .TXT
. The Bat. threatened: to go on ajt; toirf
oovNttno, Oliver, Gibson, Choatt, SP7
Luebke, Shannon ."Aren't -wm
letting you enthwiism as firsV
year manager riin awajc fitliySuJJf
we wondered out loud. t,. '.
f The pleasant, young vmani whftaa
looks eddly Oriental and, in. ftctj Vpfc.
is nicknamed Chmo,. smiled apolOrMi,;
getically. ; 'Maybe m Ask
about Musial. I think he's gotaaiiieuii
real good chanc to mkke M Them
mterviewover; thought?; the iUw
same about Heimus? more ; overf -that
he'd even be safe in leasini (.u,
an partment for two yearsi w.-" '.

LEADING PITCHERS:
W L
Bb So l a
Martin
Amato ..
McGowan
Stromberg
Bright
25
46
59
28
37
80,:
it

09 ".r.r.rl

BATTING
ab H R
58 23 21
57 22 28
53 18 12
40 12
51 15 10
61 17 16
51 14 17
41 11 7
43 11 13
39 10 13
Sims Allen
Ray Amato
Allen Scott
Frank Bright
Weir
Archie Carrol
Dick Morris
Jim Price
Will
Bradshaw
Pitching and batting records hv,
ed on all games played throui
March 8. Batting averages base V

"' AtA
' i i.'tlii
... 8 .386,
mm
7 '.30T
T .29. J

on a minimum nf 3A times t hat.

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LECTURE"
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Kathrvn Oravaon H
V Howard Keel
. "KISS ME KATE" Color
GAMBOA 7:00"
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'THE LAWLESS EIGHTIES"
GATUN .-...-i T:0a.
" Joan Crawford 'i'lfiK'
'The Story of Ester Costell J
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Ruth Roman
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"THE VAMPIRE" and f
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1 Cyrnoo 1 .'."'.
Mutuattf Omaha
Kiwis -'n '
Police-Juniors ; 1
. Gibraltar Lift 9
, tMmal af. Omaha

in determined bid to win the
.Ji-hilf the rocks of Gibraltar

Life set-aside the tasurancd woa
of Mutual of Omaha, by to
Young Uw Helzinger toed the
' mounSW the Gibraltars, ,and not
only pitched -wal of a oaU
BamevTwt Uo contributed two
hits for hir team wd acored.lwp

. ?S3iJrwS"ar eteength behmd

' the Plate and also a demon wita
toe stlcsr when he collected three

CoadMallahan's hoy, playing
tu and Jlat baseman

',"3 th.r who had eood

w A.,rf the tilate with two safe

w.,,JLfniv-J:he oDoosing pitcher

H,ya able &JB3?

offerings wiin two u
Seymour Agency
Police Junior J

Although the Seymours won the
' first aau. na sitnougn they were
, stopped fter wanning U in -QW,
thY'h' noc content; to -uave a

Buy-xtf-" -instead toe Seymour
youngster-are au mout to win tne

lessor of the uncontested clwnv

, ..A.'faUst victim was the Po-

jnniors who iusi can t gei go-

t-rt w.in wi( ux cnucKer or

tne Siymours, and he held the Po Police
lice Police tecneck, allowing nly wree;
1 hitar'out was aiittle wild .kv Wal-
i... ..... .on hi m reliei.

tteRfeen tne two,f oUce were set

..t.imM strikes ten times, utue

TMn.:;.'teilarrsnortstop

oeyinoors had tW -assistsat
ration Rro2i and Gallardo

s!rmnnr were the tutung stars

.fh i.m hit itach. The ooiy U

cemetrthat were not stopped at the

niatavi!rWaU. uemins, nuu

oin who not a iut apiece.
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Seymour Agency

V W Cyrnoa
In a game which lasted less, than
an hour, which is a record for the
, v..m ntviiinn brand of ball. Sey

mour Continued Lw$yff3n
way to the second half trown. In

tnis snappy game, w ot;iuw
blanked the Cyrnoa with only two
bits. ; v -. i 1
Wallace started the game for
Seymours but after working four
lucceSsfull innlngi he went to third
baseind BrOgie finished the last
two- Agings, ine Seymours, played
like h m pto n a handling ji.
Chancp pewectly, 'wiOiout -any
miscuek being charged against
them.
Also the two pitchers allowed
only twd base on ImIIs. The stand standout
out standout of the Cyrnos'waS their catch catcher
er catcher Pop,, who not only handled
himself behind the plate as a
veteran', but also got the only two
hits n3 team collected.
'". P,F,C L'TTUE LEAGUE

unUbralUr life
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Police Boat Coca Cola 1 to
The Police Pals, behind the one
hit pitching ol Kenny Karpinski,

put a big crimp in we pennani
Hope i of the Coca Cola Bottlers
at they downed the Cokes 2 to 0

on Monday, March 9 at me xaar-

earita PlaUrouncL

Kenny siariea as u ne were go

ing to hand the game to tne Bot Bottlers
tlers Bottlers on a silver platter when be

walked the ; first three men to

face him. i Then Bob Hutchmgs

hit to the mound. Karpinski took

the smash and threw to vera

McNamee, who tagged Mike WU-

Uford coming home. ,.
McNamee then made the dou

hie play to first to get Karpinski

out of wnat seemed an inevuaDie

scoring spree by the Bottlers.

The innine ended as Ralph Ben

der i fanned. Coca Cola only

threatened once- more in the

same wnen uutcmngs got ms

Leam i one niu a oouoie.

He was left stranded on third

as Karpinski took a fly from Ben Bender,
der, Bender, gave his final walk of the
game to Keith McLeod and then

made Larry Stanford ground out

to Woody Smith at first. Karpin

ski ended up with ten atruteouta,

The pitching twins, Ralph en

der and Rick Sanchez, out on I

good show as usual with Bender

allowing tne rais no runs, we

hit. one walk and getting six

strike outs in his three inning

stint. Sanchez, the loser, again

ran into trouoie at tne outset

hit mtchine. chore just as h did

last Saturday when he relieved

Bender aeainst Mutual and was

tasked for the winning runs be-

for he could eaten ms oreatn

That wa Sanchez first lota in

his 'two years in the Little

League." Rick came from ms nrst

when he ran far to his left

in the fifth to take Rieikonva ioui

ChEiilp Kobbb 7-4
To Tie Up Scries

his.

for

The Mutal Terrors are 4 now

trAnc favonuea to take the ae

cod half of the pennant race, in
fact the team-looks even better

than it did wnen it on tne nrsi

half riesDke Manaser Mike Bur

za 'a insistence that his team is

still far from its top power.

The box score:

Mutual

Quinn, La.,

Dockery, lb

BilUson. 3b

Quinn, Lu.,

Evans, c

Highley, U
Seeley, If

McBride, ct
Leon, rf
Riefkobl, p
Totals

2b

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1

3

Ab R

S S 2

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2
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0

0

1
1
I

2812 ,8 8

Legion

ss
lb

rf

Clement,
Redman,
Blair, c
Shirk. P,

Austin. 3b

Holcomb, 2b
Coffin, rf, p
Jackson, rf
Brians, cf, e
Paulson, If
Totals
Score
Mutual of 0.

Legion j

base position at the bottom of the
fourth and with one out, Ronnifc

Crump reached first on an error.

Karpinski fanned ano looxea as

If -Sanchez was on soua grouna.
Crump stole second and Rocky
Mason walked. Ritchie Hakanson
then unloaded a double to socre
Crump and send Mason to third
but when the throw in from the
outfield went wide of the catch

er.' Rocky came on -to chalk up

annthcV run fnr the Police.

' Sanchez walked two, struck out
a'nalr and wva uo tWc hits in

hi twn Inninss on the mound.

McNamee got the other hit ok
Rick, a sinelein the fifth. He aK

so

Bei

The box score:
1!

Coca Cola

Williford, 2b

ToDin, ss
Sanchez, lb, p
Hutchings, c
Bender,' pr 3b
McLeod, 3b, it
Stanford, If

Griffon Hi, rf

Conley, cf

had the only single allowed by
inder. 'V,

u .coin Life

McNamee, c

Hotsko, cf
Crump, ss
Karpinski, p
Mason, 3b

Hakanson R, b
Smith, lb
Owen, rf

warden, rf

Hakanson L.,

2

erpur Cola
. I SiviMur Aooncv 3 Police

The Seymour Agency went into
a three-way tie' for first place in
the second half, when they took
h maiir nf the Police nine.

It wr a story of too much Bob Bobby
by Bobby Earrell as, far s the Police
were:" Concerned. Farrell struck
out IT of the possible 18, outs, he

walkfc only wo Jino auoweo, oi
lv turn hita.

, Evih' hits the Police pitcher did
a good job on the hill, allowing

, He Sevmours onlv 3 runs, but re

' ? M no help ,from his hitters,
' olwere handcuffed' by Farrell.

. .1 'only Tut out made by the

nour fielders wa? when Bur'

jj'punaed out to second to first.
I ymolirs hustlini receiver. Ro-

,iMn .waj he only one to get

:t' than a singlj hit, when he

narked out two singles.'

The box score;
yello -IWriglit
rf
'Askew rf
Dohefty 3b
BurdarSb
Daraan SS
, -droth e. -cf-3b
(-'.A P
. .reina 2b

Seyan'our

P. Rogers

.Stabler, lb.
Blaiwy, ss
Robinson c,
BlaA cf
P. KweallyfZb
J. Danavaggio if
J'attbn lb
' Roprfers rf ,
Watson If
' Varrett

'4'

Ah
1
2
.. 1.
"2"
4V
2
2
2
2
1
2

R
9
0
0

0
0 0

i?

Ab R
2 0

To'als

1 Oil

Polle.

If

The deciding game of the annual

series between me rAcvivnawiw

and an all-star team is on tap to-

niffht at the Balboa Stadium.

JUst mgnt me au-sux uiq wni

they had to do to stay aiive wnen
thev took the second same of the

tourney 7-4 from the cnampon

Kobbe Regulars w sena tne xou?

ev into a l-i oeacuocK.' i

The, goal of the Stars was to
wear down the few remaining

pitchers the opposition had leu n

thai etafr after. iiKinif their, star

Jose Rosario, : to win wie opening
1 n : '

game , i
' They fulfl.lod the obioctlve;

, nicely, pounding two horlara.

Frank Dimtm .and wmiam
Walls, In the. first two innings,:
thoro-byi switching the odds to
thorn to win tho 'showdown tilt
tonight.
.The Regulars at. first had no in

tention of losine this big -one. as

they scored twice in the initial

frame. Len Gittens walked to open

the inning and Vincent Medina
sent a jharo liner down the third

base line, hitting the chalk line

with Gittens scoring. ; i

.Rolando Moncada was then safe

on an error and scored later on

another miscue. Bob Csstteman of

the Amador Troopers was On the

mound for the stars and settled

down to retire the side on a pop

out and strike outs of Rosario and

Bill Dudley.

The Regulars went ahead 3-0 in

the second as Herb-Zost opened

with a line single through the oox.

He then stole second but was pick picked
ed picked off the bag on a nice throwby
catcher Irv Haynes. Gittens was

then hit by a pitch and Castleman,
who was looking like Bob Turley,
did in the secortd game of the
World Series last year, was warn

ed tor wiidness. He walked the
next two men and manager Bob

The Pirater not only put the Hansen from Albrook went to the

Elks out of contention in the sec- mound, getting Moncado to roil

ond half of the Atlantic Little out with the bases loaded.
League race but also won their The All-Stars picked up a lone

first game Wednesday as they run m tne second as wait sauer-

downed Ray Will's boys 5 to a prun was sate on bod rainier s

with Tommy Hickey and Jim ISO- ror. Harry snaw, wno nad a line
don combining their pitching tal- night at shortstop for the stars,

ents to give the losers but three was aiso saie on an error. Dy tne

hits. same man. sauerorun scored on

H I tne piay to maice it 3-1. ine iteg-

Hickay went the first three uiars opened zap tnirn witn j;wo

frames and did not auow a base successive singles ui tne men

24 5 8

A

ki,unitt

' trie alCGEaT In stature
Stan Musical isn't this tall, But,
courtesy of a camera angle, this
is now big The Man is to his
St. Louis Cardinal mates.

s Sport

Parade

Tbclay

by innings
.. .102. e21-12
000 UO -2

Pirates Knock Elks out of
Contention With S to 2 Win

SCORES

RUDY AND PASSONS
ALL-EVENTS EOWLINO
CHAMPS
Don Rudy of the Grecha Music

team ot the Balboa Mixed League
and the Carta Vieja team of ihe
Classic League, and Captain Ro

bert Passons of the 534 Military

Polke of Clayton captured the

1059 all-events championships.

Rudy is the scratch champion

and Passons is tops in the handi

cap division. Bo h will receive

trophies for their achievement.

Bob Passons, a isi average dowi dowi-er,
er, dowi-er, went into the tournament with

98 pin handicap lor every se

ries.

He tallied 545 in his team ef

fort, came back with a 557 in the

doubles, and finished with 547,

dIub 249 handicio for the tourna

ment gave him a grand total 01

1943. He accomplished the total

the last night of the tournament,
beating out Don Rudy who went

on to take tne scratch Aii-avenis

Crown.

2961 w-hdep

4th-Agewood of Classic League
2958 w-hdep

5th-Volce of Music of Margarita

2953 w-hdep
6th-ATSO oi Clay;on 2943 w-hdep

Scratch Team Championships

went to Agewood of the Classic
league.

hi; until Johnny Sanders singled

urith two out ii. the third to drive

in Ralnh -DeBoyne, wno nao

reached first on a walk. Tommy

then whiffed. Pancho Motta to end
th innine. Ebdon had no trou

ble (in the fo.urjh tut was tagged

fnr twit ainelea in tho fifth by Jer

ry Pabofi and ."lotta, wh6st' hit

scored Pabon.

Nick Brooks pitched four
nings for tho Elks and was
placed by Johnny Sanders in
fifth after walking Hickey.

den soon found out that it

were left stranded.

The big inning for tho Star

was tho bottom of tho third when

they wrapped things up with

fivo runs. Hanson started the

ball rallina with a.atnalc. Hivmim

bear out an infield hit trying to

acrmce tho rvnntr Fit Glas

gow of tho Amador Trooaeri.

first team aocond baseman, was

safe on an error bv the Ditcher

to load tho bases with none out.

nobby Langer walked with the

the 1 second All-Star run crossing the

San. piate. wait sauerDrun, wno was

was

to

re-:

the league's leading hitter this

not hi. dav. Johnnv haa held uo "" P'T

7CI in mi, h.iv. nf thi mg in 41s ust. game on the isth

Liata LiiAa au uumi hoitvi v w i 1 a. i a 11 1

season but he was way off form

against the Pirates. Big E
. vm T St VT..U1.

r JJl,llwT. .r" the lead for eood i-3. He atnl c

ainrisn ivi 1 k mi "

Totals
Score

Coca Cola

Police

by

.18

Innings
000 000 0
000 200-2

2 3 2

Mutual of Omaha Terrors
Topple Loglen 12 to 2

mus as he returned to the States

,j this morning, sent a line single ov

and! ectu"u "uao tu put uie otari in

Ewald Wiberc.

Nunely got a two bagger, one bat

ter was walked and before the

dust had cleared the Pirates had

scored four times.

Brooks actually pitched very

- 1-1 .11.. .La. irA

cates. .five stxUtr tK firt, Jurfe h Worirf Se

ond and Langer scored on the

throw down to second

It will be interestini to see whn

11 T ti, . . .. ''1

uie zveKmari will pui on me mu
tonight but a good guess .would, be
third baseman pitcher Rolando

Moncado. Bob Castleman 'may do

a 1 a. 1 11 1 1

nits, one of whih Waa a douwe r'tC, -. .-""VUTnL-S

b.L field may VeturtoVe hillTfte"

Zi, .TSKL e opening heartbreaker

yd uiiiwtt, if, vim u "v ""o 1

out ttrooBB was 1110 iosbi aiuuc Game time la 71ft n m
the firstrun scored by the Pirates ,lnm 8 L3!i;m-

T,1 V, ,T .T.7Z ueP,meilt ot the American Le Le-victors
victors Le-victors a 2 to 1 lead before any Bion. i. fnr th benefit nip rm.I

0 1

0 ;0

. ,r:

ATLANTIC LITTLI LIAC'i I

t;w y IIRTON CJNL,

(Standings as tf

Mutual of Omaha

"fcociJCola (.,,, V
iEiksi. Yi
Xecidn
" Polio
'- Pirates

March 11)

. W L Cb

0

V" ;:-.4r25 2
2-3 S

2 4 4
. .-.a -4j 4

15 5

Tho Mutual of Omaha Terrors

stormed over the wgion ciuo

with a bix six run fourth inning

in taVe Lhe UBiUmtei IS 10 Z on

i'uesday atteroon.

i?nr three mmnes it was an in

tarestins eame as Mutual led 4

to 0 on but two nits, me igion

hove had had one mi, a ieu-uu

itntfie bv orrln Clement, and aj

roron unusually 'strong m tne

ileld. ine lourto inuiux vuiu

story as live mutual single.

tnree errors ana
good for ix runs. .....
unnnie Rieikohl. who had pitch'

ed a no hitter his last time out
.o blank the Urates, hurled good,
s.eaoy ball against the Legion
team as he walked, three, '. struck
out tour and allowed five hlU. On Only
ly Only in the fourth did Ronnie give
up more &i one hit .
Di.nmhi haa turned out to be

one- of the most deceptive pitjen-

ers'ln the Auanuc juiuo iub
with many of the baUs thrown by

him seemingly nice, m sw
th flnat towards the plate. The

bathers take a toe hold as they
di In and really make nice cuts

at the pitches only to hear tuc

bail plunk into tne caicoer wi.
Urry Quinn, Tenor second
sacker, had good day for Wm Wm-Self
Self Wm-Self with two singles in five trips,
scoring three runs, and batting
in one tally. In the field he han

dled six chances without a mis-

cue. His brother. Luther, had two

for three while Doug Billlson and

Pete McBride got doubles for tne
Terrors..;-':t''iv;4t'.'';: ..

Henry Shirk, probably the last-

est thrower in the league, had a
rough day giving up eight hits

and walking Bine in five innings.

He .struck out six while his mates

maidi six" mors behind him. Tom

my Coffin came in: to relieve him

at the top of the. sixth with, two
on base. Tommy put out the fire
by getting the nexti three batters

in "order.. i

hit a home run over the left field

wall. Wardie Redman1 'made the
fielding play of the game at first

runs were made off Sanders. tortt Boys State.

Jimmy Ebdon waa the winner
after relieving Hickey -with the
score tied at 1 to 1. Jim pitched
better against the Elks than he

has all season and with his new

ly gained power at the- plate has

rounded out to oe a vaiuaoie piay-

er for his team-

As the fifth inning ended Plate

Umpire George Tuiiy cleared toe

Pirates -dugout and surroundings
of several adult who thought the
same had ended because of the

Little Lesaue "six o'clock -rule."

Tully announced that the rule

stated that no inning could start

after- six but that the game would
continue since an inning begins
the moment the third out of the

previous inning Is made and

there were still seconds before

six o'clock.

The box score;

Pirates
Christoph, si
Hickey, p, c:
Thompson, c

Urriofa, If

Ebdon.-cf, a

Wiberg, lb

Tortortc', rf
Nunely,. 3b
Sanders R.r

Totals

lb

AB

26 5 T 1

flk

Will, rf

DeBoyrie. ef

Pabon, 3b
Sanders Jo., ss, f
Mottl, "'.

BrooksN -p,- m
Sanders JaJ, 2b

A!heton,

Hopkins, if -Totals

AM

r
i
3
S
2
3

3
,2
3

Spur Cola Plays

Weslinghouse

In Ml. Hope Game

Legion baseball fans are re

minded that tonight ath
Mount Hope- Stadium Spur' Cola

will moot Woatlnghouao m a

game whoso outcome may wen

decide tho Canal Zone cham

pionship in th American -Legion
Junior Rasoball Loaguot

spur cola, which represents
tho two Legion Posts, from tho

Atlantic aide, must Win this
game to stay In contention for
the second half championship,
A win by Woatinghouso will
give them the championship. On
tho ether hand tho Gold Coast-

ors, as represented by Spur Coi

ls, If they emerge victorious
will still have to boat Orange

Klst to tie Woatinghouso for the

second half.

Came tlmo Is 7 o'clock and 4

laroe turnout of Atlantic aiders

s anticipated;

LIADINO MONIY WINNER

DUNEDIN. Fla. (UPIV-Jn Sta

tistics which do not include, the
week-end Pensaoola Open, Art

Wail of Pocono Manor, Pa., re

mained far in front in profession

. NEW YORK (UPI)-This has to

Hn with what a dinerence tour

vara makes in international ath

leticaand the Question of what

hannena in four more.

Back in 1952. at its private vil

lage deep in Finlaod's pine for
ests on the outskirts of Helsinki,

the Russian Olympic team had

mammoth score board. There1 was

consternation when the U n i t o d

States shot to the top of the board.

So the Russians changed their

scoring system.

The next day, even unaer tne
new system, the United States
aeadn went to the top "of the So

viet scoreboard in the "unofficial"
race for the "mythical" team

championship in the International

contests.
So the followihe day the Rus

sians tore down the offending

board.'

f UH1 JCH19 label, av mciirwHiuc.

the Russians went to the top of

the .scoreboard and they stayed
there. t ... a i
itOur officials triei jto work tiie
saime mathematical magic which

the Russians had attempted at

Helsinki.
Russians Too Strong

"I used seven different systems

but no matter what I tried the

Russians still came out on top,"

confessed one member of the U.S
Olympic delegation which, official
ly. decries the award of an unof

ficial team title. "They were just

too strong in the places, even

though we took our share of gold

medals.

So, for the first time, the Rus

sians won the scorned but highly

coveted n mythical team cham

pionship at the last Olympic

games.

The Russians made athletic hay

of this in the world wide cold war

which the Soviet wages on all
fronts. It was am international

black eye to America s muscuiar
prowess.

we are highly aware of this,
admits one U. S. official, "and we

are more concerned than ever as
we get closer to the 1960 games

at Rome. The Russians haven't

been standing still. They want to
really bury us this time. Whicn

means that we must work harder

than ever before."

U. S. Needs Money
One of the strategic devices to

be1 employed is to gather the
members of various teams togeth

er earlier than usual and nut

them through a rigid training pro

gram wnicn wm send our athletes

to the games better prepared than

tney ever nave been before. There

is, at the moment, just one diffi

culty.

In the wealthiest nation in the
world it' is, quite surprisingly,

money.

To brunish our competitor! in
Pan-American Games, July 27 27-Aug.
Aug. 27-Aug. 7, as well as to gather the
competitive elans in an early
training for the Rome spectacular,
the U. S. Olympic Committee

needs $1,500,000.

"This money has to be raised

by' public subscription, an official

explains. "The Russians can be
state supported, but we have to
live up strictly to the amateur
code. This means no government

subsidy.

Just in case you're interested,

donations can be sent, to: u. 8

Olympic Committee, Biltmore Ho

tel, New York. Because now

we "havent even scratched the

surface.

Don Rudy, enjoyed bis best

week of bowline of the1 season

He won scratch all-events, took
first place in the tournament a 626

scratch. As the figures were being
turned in it was quite evident

that Don Rudv was the outstand

ing bowler of the 18th Annual Bowl
ing Tournament. The winners and
standings of those teams and
bowlers who receive prize money

trophies or both 'are as follows.

Teams

lst-NCO df Fort Gulick 2987

wHDCP
2nd-Blue Star of Balboa
2970 w-hdep

3rd-Seagrams VO of Arnav Kobbe 10th-Three way tie, Nickels,' Uci
Ann. ... I J f 1 ml.. t a n 1 i

iouu cay wi'.u ou w-nacp

Single scratch Rudy of Classic ant

Balboa Mixed League with 626 v

All Events

Doubles

1241

w-lidcp
w-Jidcp

lst-Rodr,iguez-Feikert

Albrook At a
2nd-Lickfield-Keeler 1235
Medics of Clayton

3rd-Karst-Leidner 1234 w-hdeo Bal

b6a Mixed League
4th-Boyer-Bembenek 1228 w-hdep
Civarpos of Clayton
5fh-Bond-P a s s o n s 1224 w-hdep
ATSO of Clayton

6th-Rodennizer-Cosmana 1207 w-

hdep of Gulick

7th-Moorman-0'Neai 1204 w-hdep
of Margarila
Scratch Doubles. Charters of H.

Ihoma and Al Kaelih of RC Ne-Hi

of Diablo Majors
Singles

lst-Rudy 668 w-hdep 668 Classic

and Balboa Mixed League

2hd-Deveaa 657 w-hdep Balboa

Men and Balboa Mixed League
3rd-Passons 645 w-hdep Clayton
4th-Bieber, 631- w-hdep Major, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Men and Balboa Mixed

5th-Bruce Morrow 625 w-hdep Bal

boa Mixed and saiooa Men ua
gue

6th-Terraza 628 'w-hdep Curundu

7th-Skeitatis 625 w-hdep Clayton
8th-Moorman 617 w-hdep Marga
rita

Mens 9lh-Lowande 616 w-hdep Major

League

of Clayton 1943 w'

lst-Passons

hdep

2nd-Rudy of Classic and Balboa

Mixed with 1882 w-hdcD

3rd-Spiney of Margarita with 1861

w-nacp

4th-Ely of SeagramsVO of Kobnt

1866 w-hdep -5!h-Clontz
of Balboa Mixed Lea .-

gue 1829 w-hdcD

6th-Cosmano, of Gulick with 1827
w-hdep
Scratch Champ, Don Rudy with

1756

The highest game of the tourn-

ament went to Lester Boyer ot

the Civanpos team of Clayton with

247. And the outstanding single a-

one. snot ot tne tournament was

the pick of the 7-10 wide split tor a -spare
by Dick Soyster, of the
Classic Major and Cosmo Mixed
League.
Prior to the tourney, it appear appeared
ed appeared that (his year the Scratch
Bowlers of the Classic and. Ma-
jors League would grab off the big
portion of the week long tourney,
but as events turned out ths
strangers to the lanes were th
one that walk off with most ol
the loot. The only conceptiop was, 1
Don Rudy, who -in the early pad
of the year was experiencing'"
some of his worst nights in bowl- V.
ing. However his performance is
the city tournament proves that s
he is now in the groove, snd may
be counted to make it rough oa
others in the Classic League and.

in the Balboa Mixed League.

al golf's 1959 money-winning rict
with $11,630. 1 i.

RETURNING TO ACTION

. DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. (UPI)

Pat Flaherty, Chicago automo automobile
bile automobile racing driver who was se severely
verely severely injured in a race at

Springfield, 111., after winning the

1956 Indianapolis Speedway event,
Is slated to return to action at

the, new Daytona track April 4,

if

r a

WOW-vim it ;

One-Sto to

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If 27A

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Score by Innings

0 0- ?lta?8B!g, mill .'''

1

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Elks

100 400-5 7 1

001 010-2 3 1'

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Sob Petlil Named
MVP For 1958-59
By Sports Scribes
Boston (upd Bob Pettit,
who paced the St. Louis Hawks
to the Western Division champi championship
onship championship with his record-breaking
marksmanship, has beenoVer beenoVer-whelmingly
whelmingly beenoVer-whelmingly named the National
Basketball Associations
valuable player for the ISoS-to
season.
The b-foot, 9-inch former All All-America
America All-America from Louisiana Stat
polled 273 points in the first vot voting
ing voting ever done on a national scale
by sports writers, capturing 21 ot
the 24 possible first-place votes.
Rookie Elgin Baylor of the
MinnMnolis Lakers finished sec
ond with 142 points and two first-
Slac votes. Third place went to
ackcourt veteran Bob Cousy of
the Boston Celtics. Cousy had 121
votes and the one remaining first first-place
place first-place vote.
The voting was done by three three-man
man three-man panels in each of the eight
NBA cities and announced here
by Joe Looney of the Boston Her Her-ald,
ald, Her-ald, chairman of the U.S. Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Writers Association's all-pro
committee.
Brando's Ex-Wife
To Reap Fortune
From Movie Profits
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. March
17 (UPI) Actress Anna Kash-
fi, 24-year-old olive-skinned beau
tv who filed for divorce for an;
estimated million dollar settle
ment from the moody actor.
Miss Kashfi. eharsing Brando
34. caused her grievous mental
suffering, distress and injury dur
ing their short-term marriage,
aisned a property settlement Feb.
28 which was believed to have
given her all profits from Bran Brando's
do's Brando's projected film, "Orpheus Des
cending."
Hollywood filmmakers were
aid to have estimated profits
from the picture would amount to
one million dollars.

Commercia

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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General As ent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
S.-00 a.m. to 12:M
2:0 p.m. to S:(t
Saturday: f:M a.m. to 12:0
REPAIR, SALES It
INSTALLATION SERVICE
e RADIOS-TV-HI-Fi
e FONO S RECORDERS
REFRIGERATORS
AIR CONDITIONERS
ALL WASHING MACHINES
SOUND SYSTEMS
e C01" -'JNICATIONS EQPT.
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Apartments
FOR RENT: Furniihed apart
ment ($55.00). All eonvsn eonvsn-iancai.
iancai. eonvsn-iancai. 168 Via Beliiario Porrai.
FOR RENT: Apartmant. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Files street No. 2T Vista
Hermosa, $40.00. Telephone 3-
5016.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, one for $65.00 and one
for $55.00. Apply janitor at Tl Tl-132
132 Tl-132 Fourth of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Apartment living
room, bedroom, dinette, kitchen.
Calle Darian No. 14-21. Apply
apartmant 2, next street from 4th
July Avenue.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, stove, refrigerator,
Belli Vista, 43rd No. 64.
FOR RENT: One furnished
apartment, all conveniences refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, ges stove, hot weter. No,
20-22 Via Espafia, oppossita Pan
Ideal, next to Popular Clinic.
$100.00, telephone 3-4037,
FOR RENTi Two bedroom
apartment, all conveniences,
conveniences, wonderful house.
Chcles Apartments. Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmant, living, dining
set. San Francisco 86th Street
No. 6, near Roosevelt Theatre.
Weekend Sports
Summary
Saturday
STOWE, Vt. (UPI) Bud Wern Werner
er Werner of Steamboat Springs, Colo.,
won the Vermont State giant sla slalom
lom slalom ski title with a time,1 of two
minutes, 11.8 seconds, white Betsy
Snite ot. Norwich, Vt., won the
wome-n'siaot slalom in 1:53.2.
BRISBANE, Australia (U,?!)
nem &mou oi Australia won a
mile run in 3:58.9.
HALLANDALE. Fla. (UPI)
Better Be defeated Amerigo, the
18-zu lavonte, ,m the AoDleton
Handicap at Grulfstream Park.
BOWIE. Md. (UPI) Hare Rais.
ing defeated Plion, the 8-5 choice,
in the Bowie Handicap.
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (UPI)
Canada defeated the United
the United States. 4-1. in wnrlri
amateur ke hockey tournament.
Sunday
AUGUSTA. 'Ga. (UPDT .oh Up
Suggs of Sea Island, Ga., won the
women's titleholders golf title with
a 297 for the four rounds.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI)Paul
Harney of Worcester, Mass. won
the Pensacola Open golf tourua tourua-ment
ment tourua-ment with a 19-under-par 269, a
tournament record.
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (UPI)
Canada, upset by Czechoslovak Czechoslovakia,
ia, Czechoslovakia, 5-3, retained the world ama amateur
teur amateur ice hockey title.
STOWE, Vt. (UPI) Bud Werner
of Steamboat Springs, Colo., won
me men s downhill race at the
Vermont state ski championships
in 1:55.3 and also took the Alpine
combined crown. Joan Hannah of
Franconia, N.H., won the worn-'
en'g downhill race in 1:42.4 and
Betsy Snite of Norwich, Vt., won
the women's combined title.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personiei
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-49S5
All Types of Auto Insurance
FISH CASES FATAL
Morgan city. La. (Upd-
Three men working waist-deep in
decomposing fish were asphyxia' asphyxia'-ed
ed asphyxia'-ed yesterday by accumulai
gases. Lawrence Shepard, Eu
ne Matthews and Garrett Markles
all Negroes were dead when res
cuers pulled them from a tank at
a fish products firm here.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1951 4 door Stude.
baker, runs good. 5th street No.
2116-D. Telephone Curundu
2274.
FOR SALE: 1958 Victor Vaux Vaux-hall
hall Vaux-hall sedan. Excellent condition.
Comfortable. Economical driving.
American owner. Call 3-7374.
FQR, SALE: 1950 Ford,
car. Phone Balboa 3204.
good
FOR SALE: Leaving country,
Citroen automobile, perfect con condition,
dition, condition, new tires, perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition, 25 miles per
gallon, 44th street No. 30. Phone
3-6714.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Alpine
Sport convertible. For informa information
tion information call 3-1144 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1948 DeSoto car,
green color. $300.00 No. 91,
Peru Avenue, near Bella Vista
Theater.
House Group Reveals
Top Soviet Agent's
Defection Valuable
WASHINGTON, March 17 -(UPI)
The House Committee on
Un-American Activities says a top
Soviet secret service agent who
defected five years ago gave the
West an intimate view of Krem Kremlin
lin Kremlin leaders and their private lives.
The defector was identified as
Petr Sergeyeviv Deriabin, one
time No. a man in the "Okhrana,"j
the ultra hush-hush secret police
responsible for guarding Soviet
leaders.
Deriabin is reported 1 i v Ing
somewhere in the United States.
But the committee won't say
where, because of the danger of
possible retaliation by soviet
appnts.

Th.,oramitee also wouldn't dl?
vulge'rMien f'j)eeibffl testifiedi-Jagaf

uommuiee uaaurnaa w&acw
WallrA(D-Pa.K said only he and
staff cfirector Richard Arens were
present during the testimony
which was made public last
night.
Walter described Deriabin as
the highest-ranking Soviet official
ever to defect to the West. He said
riabin has been 'assiting cer certain
tain certain agencies tf the government
oi the United States.'
Along The Fairways
All Isthmian amateur golfers
with established handicaps are
eligible to participate in the Mil Miller
ler Miller High Life Invitational Tourn Tourn-anment
anment Tourn-anment to be played at the Fort
Amador Golf Club April 4 and 5,
ii ana 12, 18 and 25 and 26.
This will be a 72-hole medal
play full handicap tourney, with a
variety of prizes to be awarded.
Trophies will be displayed at the
Amador club beginnine March 2fi.
ine fort Amador course will be
available, without fee. for nrar.
tice rounds by entrants from
March 17 through April 2.
tntry blanks are available at
an canal zone courses.
BALK AT TAXES
EW DELHI (UPI) Mn.
than 6,500 Communists have been
janea in western Punjab for
armea resistance to new taxes, it
uisiiuseu loaay. me tax
" ""e ieviea 10 unance a power
an.
me arrests wore annnunnaA
Chandigarh, state capital, by
Chief Minister Pratap Singh Kair Kair-on.
on. Kair-on. He said the Communists
hoped to lake over control of the
state government.
uide
inch
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinder System
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS 1
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-46,16
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evlnrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.

Panama Colon

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chair, new General
Electric refrigerator, 8.3 eu. ft.
6-444 Gamboa.
FOR SALE Refrigerator, Frj Frj-gidaira,
gidaira, Frj-gidaira, new dining room set, 6
chairs, double bed set, dresser.
Call 6-450 House 146 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stove.
Mrs. Walcott, Rio Abajo, Uth
street. Price $55.00.
FOR SALE: Modern living room
set, Frigidaire 9 feet, buffet,
tables, chairs, 2 burner hot plat
electric roaster-cooker, miscel miscellaneous,
laneous, miscellaneous, accessories. You name
ft, I have it. Balboa 1309,
FOR SALE: 60 cycle porcelain
Westinghouse refrigerator with
new motor, $65.00. Mr. O'Brien
0428-1, Ancon. Call Balboa 2 2-2343
2343 2-2343 or Fort Amador 4208.
FOR SALE: One refrigerator
and one deep freexe. Telephone
Balboa 2-3791.
PERSONALS
George D. Barb Jr. H.l, Euro European
pean European spinal Adjustment Tech Techniques
niques Techniques Release of Nervous Stresi
and Strain. Ortho-Kinesiology
Coordinated Manipulative Thera Therapies
pies Therapies 1 4-49 Ave. 1 3, Estudiante,
IB. 9 to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 1 1-3985.
3985. 1-3985. By appointment.
House Works Toward
Affirmative Vole
On Tax Break Plans
WASHINGTON" UPI) The
House vworked today toward ex expected
pected expected Vyes" votes ott Democratic
plans-to give a.tax break to aelf-
employed; persons saving foe. old
and46; prevent ttestmated
cut otr April 1.
The Eisenhower administration
opposes the tax measure. Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Secretary Robert B. Anderson
said oyer the week end it would
benefit mianly high-income per
sons and cost the government a
badly-needed 365 million dellari a
yeat.
The author. Bep. Eiitene 3.
Keogh (D-N.V.), rejected as "ut "utterly
terly "utterly ridiculous" complaints that
his bilrwas a rich man s bonanza.
The measure would let self-em
ployed persons postpone to age 65
income taxes on up to $2,500 an annually
nually annually if the money was put into
1 retirement fund.
The jobless pay extension Is a
sharply-reduced version of the
House Democratic leaders' origi original
nal original proposal for a one-year con
tinuation of the recession-born
unemployment benefits program
which expires March 31. President
Eisenhower is expected to sign it.
The bffl would provide benefits
only for jobles workers who had
exhausted their state payments
and sinned up for the federal pro program
gram program before April 1. It's esti esti-mated
mated esti-mated 49 million dollar cost would
be expended before the ne wfiscal
year starts July 1, so it would not
knock Eisenhtwer's narrowly-balanced
budget into the red.
The person who kays qfl Ms
coeds on the table is riketfto wind
tap ploymg sofctcm.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALAVERRY" Mar. t
M.V. "POTOSI" r Mar. 30
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
. AND FRANCE
S.S. "REIN A DEL MAR"
(Air-conditioned) ftg.225 tona ...Mar. 17
" TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT ' '""
M.V. "SANTANDER" .Mar. W
M.V. "COTOPAXI" Apr. 6;
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE ;
Tr NflBTH PAriFIf! PfBT ";

S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" :., .,

S S. 'DIEMERDYK" j4 . t Mar. Z8
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S "LOCH AVON" Vi ...'. Mar. M
S.S. "DALERDYK" . . Apr. 7
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
f TELEPHONES! N
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12571 Balboa 1-1901

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Cheap, 20 volumes
Colliers Encyclopedia with 2 vo volumes
lumes volumes standard dictionary, 50 vo volumes
lumes volumes Harvard Classics and 36
volume Encyclopedia America
na. Agencie Tofto Gonxalex, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue 9-51 (on block
from Lottery Building), V
FOR SALE: Round table 'With
laxy Susan and 4 captains chairs.
Tel, 4-1488, before 10 or after
.
FOR SALE: Bolex
movie camera and
Phone Balboa 3204.
16 m.m.,
accessories.
FOR SALEt Airplane Cessna
104A, blue and white. Colon
Airport. Phone Cristobal 3-1942
or 5-508.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14 foot runabout,
fiberglassed plywood, trailer,
remote controls, $350.00. Phone
Balboa 6384.
Premier Of France
Affirms NATO Ties
To Gen. Norslad
PARIS, March 17 -UPI)-Pre-mier
Michel Debre said today
France was determined to remain
a loyal member of the Atlantic Al Alliance.
liance. Alliance. Debre gave the firm assurance
during a visit to Supreme Allied
Headquarters at Rocquencourt, 10
mijea.west pf Paris.
Debre said, after meeting Su Supreme
preme Supreme Commander Gen. Laouris
Norstand, "As in the past, France
remains profoundly attached to
liberty and peace, and to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Alliance which ii itt expres expression."
sion." expression." r :" -,
Debre's pledge ai belieVed to
be directed against sporadle cri-
Iticism in the west that under the
new Gaullist regime France's sup support
port support to NATO was less firm than
under the past Fourth Republic.
The criticism was strengthened
last week when NATO officials con
firmed reports that France has in informed
formed informed her allies she planned to
keep all her 120,000-ton Mediterra Mediterra-nean
nean Mediterra-nean fleet under her own com command
mand command in case of war. One third
of that naval striking force had
been earmarked for integration
into NATO naval forces.
GOP Leaders Reject
City Tax Proposal
For Stock Exchange
NEW YORK. March If (UPI)
State Republican leaders last
night assured the New York Stock
Exchange It eould itay a Wall
Strop
anv. Nelson Rockefeller and
leaders of the Republican-con
trolled legislature agreed to turn
down Mayor Robert F. Wagner'i
request for a city tax on securities
transactions, one of a number of
measures the Democratic mayor
hau suggested to permit raising of
157 million dollars w aaaiuonai
revenue.
The board of governors of the
exchange appointed a committee
vesterdav to consider the possibi
lity of mevine the market out of
New York City if the tax were im
posed. The exchange had acquired
property in Newark, N.J., in 1933
for such a move when it was threa
tened by a -similar tax, which nev
er went into effect, ine exenange
entered into negotiations for a
move to Jersey City several years
ago when proposed transactions
tax was again killed.
.Mar. M

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000
' meters, in the Naevp Hipodromo
Urbanixatioo- across the Rem on
Racetrack. All lots with afreet
front,' sewage, water 'main anal
electricity. Cell W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Lot 1 .066 square
meter in the best location of
La Creita, situated between "V"
Street end new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel.1 2-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to S p.m.
FOR SALE OR RENT. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished residence, luxurious, at II
Cangrejo. Phone 3-0912.
FOR SALE:-pModern residence
on corner of 50th St. and 10th
Paitilla, 3 bedrooms, two bath,
hot water $24,000 terms. Cu Cucalon
calon Cucalon tr Co. Realtors. Phone i i-3330.
3330. i-3330. FOR SALE: Beautiful place In
Santa Clara well furnished house,
big trees and garden. Easy term.
Tel. 3-1310.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Triumph Thunder,
bird motorcycle, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, extra. 043 7-F Frangipani,
Ancon,
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Female puppies
German Shepherd. Weiriiarian
mixed, Fort Kobbe 93rB, Tel.
84-4246.

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mULn thrt 0lng to the gate of Havana'!
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 1709
Repair and tefinlsh Rattan fur furniture,
niture, furniture, complete' new wrapping.
Guaranteed workmanship.' Home
delivery, home repairs. Also re repair
pair repair aH kinds' f basket chairs,
end repair end tefiniih maho maho-any
any maho-any furniture. "JIMMY'S
SHOP", Calle Juan B. Sosa.
Domestic Employment
WANTED j 6eod eook and
laundress house keeper, will
stay m, tall 2-2964. Call after
( p.m.
WANTED : Experienced eenerai
maid must be good cook and
have reference. Apply in office
hour to Agendas W. H. Doel,
S.A., Avenida Nacional, No. 29 29-15
15 29-15 (Automobile Row)'. y
WANTED: General maid. -Live
in. Must speak English.. Refer
.encet required, call 3-4409.
WANTED: Panamanian maid to
eook, wash, iron,. and watch small
child, May or May not Kve in.
Telephone 1-3909. v
PROTEST PARADi
NEW DELHI, India (APD-More
than 100,000 bearded Akausinxs
here today with their women and
children in a parade protesting al alleged
leged alleged government interference with
their religion. The turbaned sikhs,
belonging to the Akali sect, car carried
ried carried banners and placards and
sang religious songs.

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, WANTED t--BijlnguaJ mrHm
with shorthand, biliaguaac
countant, good salary. Servient J
Colocaciones, Camera de Comer Comer-cio,
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,' NEW YORK, Karoh IT (UPI)
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White House Telegrams
In Favor Of Ikes

March
WASHINGTON,
to tho nation on the
Berlin
Prest secretary James

aupport for the thiet txecutive s sianu.
Haerty said the. volume of early response, all by telegram, was "quite unusual"
r:u .troncr hinartisan suDDOrt U Coneress for his firm stand on

1;1on's defense needs.
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tend a summer Summit conference if developments justify
ea n.mratic whio Mike Mansfield (Wyo.V a

pressed with the emphasis

Ikes Firm Stand On Berlin Crisis
Gets Relieved Approval Of Allies

LONDON, March 17-(UPI)-Imerica's
major European allies
oday welcomed with relief Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's Berlin dec ara ara-ion
ion ara-ion as a green go-ahead lig :ht f or
A "just and honorable" cold war
settlement. ,
The presidential policy statement
as held to have cleared the road
for a new-look western approach in
the forthcoming crucial dealings
with the Soviet.
A first diplomatic appraisal
termed the President's terms for
East-West negotiations a "realistic
ation ot tirmness anu ucai-
.. It said its sincerity and earnest earnestness
ness earnestness could not fail to impress world
' opinion and leave its mark even on
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This weather report for ths 24
boars ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
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Panama Canal Company:
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, (inner harbors) 13
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake .' 84.12
Maden Dam 235.94
BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18
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crisis.
....

C. Hagerty said that more wan ouu telegrams were recwvea j wy ww'"".

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said the v welcomed the President's

and clarity with which the President expreed his views

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the hardened rulers in the Krenv
lin.
Eisenhower's declaration was un
rW rince stnHv todav in the chan
cellories of the western capitals
and formal official comment was
rosnrvoH until later.
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But authoritative aipiomaui
. i a ii. 1 lrMAtwn ot nrtPP
quarters lei u oe v
that the President had struck at the
heart of the problem and had open opened
ed opened the door to genuine negotiations
tv. wnesians if they want
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them. .
They listed tnree major
-The United States has closed
.u oniro nf the western alliance
onH tfiven it fresh backing for
.-lij nniteri aonroach in any
AU11U any '
forthcoming dealings with the So-
Vilt i ready with its major
western allies to explore avenues
of a genuine settlement with the
soviet nn terms that would open
the way to an eventual European
solution safeguarding imeriiau..
nl firtroom ents and obligations.
Tt is determined on the other
hand to face even the risk of war
to meet and discourage aggression
Castro Must Evict
Hoodlums To Stop
Narcotics Traffic
WASHINGTON (UPI) Feder
al narrntirs aeents have served
nntire on Cuban Fremier riaei
Castro to kick out foreign hood
litms if he wants U. 8. help in
fighting dope peddlers.
Narcotics Commissioner H. J
Anslinger said in congressional
testimony published today that the
Castro regime has contacted nis
office about aid in suppressing
Cnha's "verv larae drug traffic
Anslineer said one condition he
placed on giving Castro help was
that he deport "these foreign
hoodlums, not only from the Unit
ed States but all around, in these
gambling casinos.
"Nearly all of them are on our
list," he said. "As long as they
have that source of .infection
therp. there is little you can do
bv iust going down there and
workine in a circle."
He said his agents worked
with Cuban police under former
Dictator Fulgencio Batista, but
found that "when the cases got
to the courts, nothing happened.
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TREVOR HOWARD EDDIE ALBERT
and ORSON WaLES
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today reported "unusually heavy" public respnte W President Ewenhower' report

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menrtber of the Senate Foreign Relation. mmTttee, tad

MansfipM "I thirik the
I President took a long step forward
in indiratine to Khrushchev his fle
sire to negotiate on an honorable
basis and to consider tne possimu-
ty of a Summit meeting this sum
mer based on possible results a-
chieved in the forthcoming comer-
ence on foreign ministers.
"But he made it very plain me
United States doesn't want a Sum
mit conference for press propagan
da purposes."
Regarding tht prasioanrs -$ssmnt
of US military prepar preparedness,
edness, preparedness, Mansfield said there "it
room for honest differences of
ooinlon."
Senate Republican leader Ever
ett M. Dirksen (111.) praised Eisen
hower for expressing readiness to
"neeotiate with the Russians on
reasonable terms."
Reminded that the President pre
vlously has said he did not think
mnrh cood would come rrom a
Summit meeting, Dirksen said Eis
enhower's revised position evident evidently
ly evidently was based on "new develop developments"
ments" developments" in .the diplomatic ex exchanges
changes exchanges with Soviet Premier Niki:
ta S. Khrushchev.
Eisenhower went before tne
American people last night with
a grave-tvoiced TV-radio report
on the E erlin situation, coupled1
with a stout defense of his mili military
tary military policies and warning that
Congressional cuts in his foreipn
aid prigram would seriously
America's allies.
The rhief Executive's agreement
to a Summit conference was quau
ueu, v ,id ... .
a-He-refused-to accept missias
original deadline of May 27 fpf the
conversion of West Berlin into a
free city.
He said however, that the Soviet
note of March 2 pointed toward
Two Bronx Beauties
Nabbed In Havana
With Loaded Girdles
HAVAN'A (UPI) Two Bronx Bronx-bred
bred Bronx-bred beauties admitted today they
arrived in Cuba with $57,000 in
Cuban pesos hidden in their un undies,
dies, undies, but they added, "we did not
think we were doing anything
wronjjt"
Elaine Mitchell and Xenia
Thornadakis were interviewed by
United Press International at the
Mantilla women's prison where
Where they were confined follow following
ing following their arres yesterday.
They were picked up by Cuban
airport officials as .they stepped
off a plane from Miami. No
charges were olaced against them
but police said they were investi investigating
gating investigating the possibility the girls
were being used to bring discount discounted
ed discounted Cuban pesos into the country.
Under a law passed by the rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary government per sons
entering the country may oring
in only $50 in Cuban pesos. The
law was passed following reports
that exiled supporters of ousted
Dictator Fulgencio Batista were
selling their pesos at a discount
in the United btates.
Miss Mitchell, a 26-year ow
brunette wearing black toreador
trousers, said an unidenutiea wew
York gambler gave her $20,009 in
pesos and Instructed her -to con
vert them into aonars nere ana
return to the United States with
the money.
She was to get $4,000 for her
pains. She said the money was In
large denominations and ( easily
hidden in her pantie-girdie..
Miss Thornadakis admitted tnc
authorities found $27,000 in pesos
and a box of casino dice on her
person. She said she merely was
doing a favor for a man she
identified as a bookkeeper in the
Capri casino here.
Neither girl implicated fellow
passengers Michael McLaney of
Miami or Israel Weinstin of At
lanta, who were arrested at the
same time.
Police said they failed to find
any money on tne two men, out
that they had been confined to the
Cubana fortress prison pending an
Investigation.
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and eamtvfrom aH tection
Berlin but Democrat took
on the-Berlin situation.'
negotiation en improved bas
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It is. my hope-that thereby all
of us can reach agreement with the
Soviets on an early meeting at the
level of foreign ministers;," he
said, speaking from his office desk
in the White House.
"Assuming developments that
justify a summet meeting at the
Summit," he continued, "the Unit United
ed United States would be ready to parti participate
cipate participate in that further effort."
This was ax shift in the Presi
dent's position on recent weeks
that while he would travel and
meet anywhere to advance the
cause of just, durable peace, he
saw no desirable results from such
a meeting unless K h r u shchev
changed his attitude. j
British Prime Minister Harold
Hacmillan arrives here Thursday
for weekend talks with the Presi
dent on Macmillan's recent trip to
Moscow.
Since talking with Khrushchev,
Macmillan has strongly favored
negotiations between heads' of
governments involved m the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis.
The President, addressing his
nationwide audience, said calmly
but gravely that this country had
no Intention of backing up "one
inch" on itr rights and.responsh
buities in the former German cap
ital, a Western island 110 miles in
side Communist East Germany.
"We have no. intention of for forgetting
getting forgetting eur rights er ef deserting
a free people," he said. "Soviet
II Uam L IUIha
Al IIUJIIC III I'lamC
.
The Rev. H.' Christy Schjeve-
.Tl-wi,5f-.,2-"SLtT
ten years, died suddenly last Tues
day at Damariscotta, Me., where
he had held a pastorate since Jan January,
uary, January, 1954. He was 52.
The minister had many ties with
the isthmus. He was educated in
Zone Schools, and was ordained at
the Balboa Baptist Church in 1936.
He then served at the Pedro-Miguel
church until 1948.
The Rev." Schieveland was the
first chaplain of the Canal Zone
Police Association, and was a
member of the Darien Lodge, AF
and AM, Balboa, and the Panama
Canal Lodge- of Elks.
He is survived by his wife,' the
former Phyllis Milliken, to whom
he was married in the Zone in
1929, and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Schjeveland, now of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla. His two brothers are
Car, of Orlando, and Haakon, of
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Funeral services were held Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at the Damariscotta Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church, and burial" was in
Brooklawn Memorial Park at Port Portland,
land, Portland, Maine.

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''THE RESTLESS YEARS" is thi story of a town

a "Dirty" jnind4 hera
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maScopc, starring JOHN SAXON, SANDRA DEE
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much fcw
rwlers shevtd remember that free
men have, before this, died for
so-called 'scraps ef paper' which
represented duty and honor and
freedom."
He said the Soviet rulers were
well aware that global conflict with
the weapons of today could de
stroy; civilization, but that the Al
lies- would minimize the risk of
war with Russia by standing firm
against Soviet terrorism.
After expressing a willingness to
offer and accept new ideas for a
Berlin solution, the President sum summed
med summed up this country's position:
"We will not retreat one inch
from our duty. We shall continue
to exereise our right ef peaceful
passage to and from West Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. "We will not be the first to
breach the peace; it is the Soviets
who-threaten the use of force to
interfere with such free passage.
"We are ready to participate
fully in every sincere effort at neg
ouatlon that will respect the exist
ing rights of all and their oppor
tunity, to live in peace."
Dulles To Leave
Hospital Shortly
For Sunny Rest
WASHINGTON. March 17 (UPI)
Serretarv of State John Foster
Dulles. scheduled to leave the
hospital within a week, is expect expected5
ed5 expected5 ta decide by April 6 whether
he will remain in President .Ki .Ki-cenhnwer'x
cenhnwer'x .Ki-cenhnwer'x cabinet.
TtfaMive radiation treatments of
his abdominal cancer win ena in
sources said Dulles probably
! would stay at Walter Reed Army
: TT UU..-.rU ike rAolrOn1
kTm,
i-:"would go to some ".warm,
sunny
nlace". for two additional weeks
of rest "before making a decision
Indications were that Dulles
physicians would wait until then
to give a diagnosis oi wnewer nis
month of treatment had arrested
the cancer.
This timetable appeared to ell
minate participation by Dulles in
a conference of western foreign
ministers here the first week of
Anril on the Berlin situation.
Dulles will not join Eisenhower
and British Prime Minister Ha
rold Macmillan for talks begin
ning Friday at Camp David, Md
but Macmillan is pexpected to
call on Dulles here, either before
or after the Camp David confer
ence
Neither will Dulles, regardless
of his condition, attend the titin
annual South East Asia Treaty
Organization (SEATO) Council of
Ministers meeting in Wellington,
New Zealand, Paril 8-10.
The State Department annoiinc
ed late yesterday that Under-Sec-
retary of State C. Douglas Dillon
would head the U.S. delegation
JOHN SAXON
SANDRA DEE
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RESTLESS YEARS" in Cine-4
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Premier Kassem Hanged In

As Russia Gives Iraq Whopping Aid hpajjj
BEIRUT. Lebanon March TT UPI) A erow of 300,00ft United Artb Bepabllo 4emonsirat
tors In Cairo hanfed the premier of oUrlch Iraf to efnr .yesterday
In other Middle East detelopments, Russia rare Iraq a multimillion dollar eeonomle and v
techinical aid pact and Russia's relations with pro-Western Iran w.':i-rV'ii!''''i:'
Iran charged that Soviet planes have Violated Iranian air space i times In the laai tVje
In Moscow, Russia and Iraq signed a pact which calls for a Russian loan, of $137,50,00(K
at the official rate ef ezehange and Soriet technical assistance. 1 1 j Uiii

Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khru Khrushchev
shchev Khrushchev accused UAR President
Garaal Abdei;Nasser of trying to
annex oil-rich Iraq and denounced
Nasser's aew anti-Communist
campaign.'
, In Cairo, 300,000 demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators hanged effigies of Iraqi Pre-mier-
Abdul Karim Kassem a a-longside
longside a-longside the bodies of dogs, eats
and rodents. Men and women
screamed, "We shall bottle your
blood, Kassem."
UAR War Minister Ma J. Geni
Abdel Akim Amer pledged total
support for, pro-Nasser Iraqi na
tionalists "whose ordeal is our or ordeal."
deal." ordeal." In Beirut, an American oil man
who asked that his name be kept
secret said "at least 1500 persons
were killed in the abortive army
revolt against Kassem in Mosul
last week.
The oilman said as far as he
Enrapl Wilh Rail,
TV Fan Has Baby
In Her Living Room
LOS ANGELES. March 17 (UPI)
A 38-year-old womans says she
eave birth to her fifth child on a
couch is her living room because
she was watching a movie on tel television
evision television and didn't want to miss
the end.
Mrs. Virginia Smith, wife of
carpenter, said, "it was a good
movie and I didn't want to turn
It off.
"I feel fine now, although
had a few uneasy moments. I'll
have all my children that way."
"Thev save me too much anes
thesia in the hospital for one of
my deliveries so I decided to
have the baby at home," she said
She said she yelled for her ftus
band, James, a lime alter 1 a.m
when she lelt the: labor nams
starting, but he was asleep- in
the next rooni. She finally awak
ened him by pounding on tne
wall.
Mrs. Smith said she continued
watching the old movie ("Lucky
Nick Cain" starring George Raft)
to its conclusion.
Blood Needed
For Patient
At Santo Tomas
An plea for blood has been
issued in behalf of Baldina Soils
Vasquez, who Is in Santo Tomas
Hospital awaiting surgery. ;
Four pints of blood of any
type are needed.
Blood" donors who wish to con
tribute will be received at San
to Tomas Hospital between
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. They should
not have eaten breakfast.
TOMORROW
IN THE
HEAT OF
THAT HOT.
BLOODED
TOWN...
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DESIRES
THEY
NEVER,
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A few years ago the name Shirley Booth was
itnown ony to theatre-goers, but that mi before
Hal W a Hiss signed her to appear in her first, mo motion
tion motion picture "Come Back; Little Sheba," which won ;
her the highly-prized Academy Award, Since then, $
with only one other picture to her credit, counjtfess ;,
new fans have been waiting for -another 'Shirty.
Booth f ilm 16 applaud. They will have it nere in town
when Paramount' s ''HOT SPELL" arrives JOMOR-i i
ROVVot the CENTRAL THEATRE: The. new Hat

Wallis' production in VistaVision, stars Miss Booth

wun anotner Acaaemy
Quinn; Shirley MacLaine

knows do harm tame to the" 20

mericans and 'Europeans in the
city. ...
- But when nt drove ..througn u
after the rpvnlt he nprsonallv
counted 45 "'bodies hanging from
Conservatives Beat
Laborile Censure
Vole, 300-230
YrvxmrvNT Maw IT fUPI)
The Conservative JParty defeated a
Laborite Vote l icensure by 300
to 230 last night to wind np a
bitter debate on the old wounds
of the Suez invasion ot m
The Labor Party' moved the
vote of censure in a ; debate in
which it called Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan and Foreign
secretary SelwyB Lloyd the "guil-
ty men, wno. snouia oe orougm, iu
trial for warrine-fwitn Egypt.
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The old wounds were opened
by Hugh Gaitskell, leader of the
opposition, ana Aneium, ociau,
the Labor-Party's "shadow" for
eign secretary, during debate en
the recent Anglo-Egyptian finan
cial agreement.
Gaitskell Said the Macmillan
government hadfound it conve convenient
nient convenient to make an ailina Sir Antho
ny Eden scapegoat for Suez but
that he and uoya were in iv.p
to the neck.
"I believe the guilty men are
sitting on those benches,' he
said. "It Is time they were
brought to traai."
finitskell was believed to nave
meant a "trial" in the electoral
sense rather man impeacnmeiw,
British elections are not tar on.
School Integration
In Oklahoma Costs
s salaries
" NEW YORK (UPI) Former
Gov. Raymond Gary of Oklahoma
said today i m t e g r a t i o n of
schools in his state had improved
race relations and saved the state
money.
MA single fist fight was the only
violence that occurred when we
integrated our schools," said
Gary, whose term as governor
ended last January.
Gary, in an article m Look
magazine, said that teachers sal salaries
aries salaries have risen from an aver average
age average of $3,500 to $4,700 because oi
an increased efficiency in the
state's school system.
"Forty-two hundred classrooms
have been built," he said. "Our
unified schools save us one mil million
lion million dollars a year, as anticipated.
The morale of our students is
high."
Awara-wmncr,rAniiivnj
ano Earl Holliman, v,

Effigy ln;Carp

A-,poles:he said, He Jepoif
many of the bodies had i
tilated.' 'k
Iraqi refugees insisted t
revolt led by slain Cel. Abfi
hab Shawaf was still flicker
remote border areas'. But thi
government claimed it was sn.
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Anti-Nasser feeling 4as rlttngl'
h Baghdad. People's court, pro I
secutor Lt. Col. Majud MohamedT I
Amin said Nasser would "meet I
the same -fate ts $hawaf, tiX sJ
traitor." 1 ;
He denied Nasesr's- charze .L-.

Iraqi warplaaes bombed SyrfaJ i
village near the border last week'
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motions in the UAR,
The crowd fci Cain wpn,
oiuwiY yuiruuKQ ine street in.
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funeral ceremony for alain Trt
rebels
Then itt Republitf Square,'
erupted in ft sea of chanting
mnnitv k,
' Demonstrators Waved hinnr
pledging support, to Nasset.ana
caumg for. the death of Kassemr
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Drivers At WheeJ. I
BOSTON (UPlAA safettT eA
pert told today of a new -elee
tronic gadget designed: to prevent
drunk driver from starting -their
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motorist is- intoxicated the- "elea-
iwnnjj. JmhU.. i .J... .. .. 1- u.d
on driver eoordination can even
prevent nis evenstarting meTnio
tor.' - s
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Columbia Universitv tparhor nU
lege- safety education p r o J e c t.
spoke at the opening ot the; 38th
annual Massachusetts Safety Con
ference, -J
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