The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Uvih$sts f ound Up On CZ
Due To J u nip In Food Prices
&v. William E.' Potter revealet&ywterday that Wal Rate retaH store, price
index rosi 2.1 percent on all iteme "between January and February The increase was
accounted for by 3,1 jump in food prices.
; t Last week Panama's assistant somptrDtter, Eduardo McCul lough, reported an ver
rail 2.3 percent decrease in the cost ef living in Panama ejnoe 1951. His calculations
hay encountered some public skepticism. J

Latest Zone figure show

since 1956, ,'
The figures distributed by Potter week at the March conference whh Latin
American Civic Council officers in the boaij room at Balboa Heights covered only com commissary
missary commissary prices, and not other items involved m computing 1fre overall Local Rat eoet

of living. Tty' had nsen
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Physics Tachcr
At Balboa High
To Study At MIT
' .De-Witt"-' X. Myers, physics
fc' Ralboa HiKh School,
'has been chosen." to -attend, the
National Science- Foundation
Summer Institute,- according to
news, received irom ine ujvw-
slty et Connejstcu
' The university announ c e d
that he ha been selected to
study an intensive physics pro program
gram program inaugurated by the Phys Physical
ical Physical Science Study Committee
at the Massachusetts Institute
of: Technology.
' ke thvsica nrogram, which
I : iiewt abmoach 4n physics.
has been widely acclaimed by
leading college and university
cience debartments for acade-
mically-ta,lented students. Such
a program can be used only in
high schools : where physics
teachers have been specially
trained,. ;f.
The Physical Science Study
' Committee bourse, will be start started
ed started September by Myers at
Balboa High- School where he
is : now, teaching the advanced
achievement section in physics
v Myers who has" been ieich-
Ing in the Canal -Zone "schools
tor the past 12 years, received
his., bachelor's' 4egree, at Valley
nttv state Teacher Collin in
North Dakota, and bis master's
degree from Washington state
College. He hasdone graduate
work in physics at the Massa
chusetts institute or Technology
t i i r r ir'-r rmi i riimn.ll. V '
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PanCanal Officials
Make Inspection
Tour In Venezuela
Gov. John D. McElheny and
two other Psaama Canal officials
are ssendina several davs this
v week on a study tour in Venezue
' UN i-
Accompanied bV Lt. Col. Rob
ert D. Brown, Jr., Engineering
and Construction Director,: and
Col. Thomas G., Faison, Health
Bureau Director.' McElheny is
making a general' inspection of
the installs cions of private i Unit United
ed United States firms in a tropical' area,
particularly he operation of com-
' munitiei established by the com companies.
panies. companies. ,!., The i study will .include
' the cottducl of .such, programs kl
nousing ior employes ana neiltn
and sjnitation. V
f nialht'ons ; being, visited are
those pt k the ; Creole .Petroleum
Ct por.tvon' anrf the Orinoco Min
Ing ComipanyiThehrea officials
in- expected to re lira to the.Ca.
nil Zone this weekend, r

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US Raters' overall cost of

percent since last Jime, at latest estimates.

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Potter made one small move
to melt living costs down a bit.'
He announced that on the basis
of requests presented in detail
at both the Us and Latin Amer
ican community conferences last
month the mcsti icecream cone
is on sale again throughout the
Zone.-.
Arrangements for theaccom
plishment cf a number of com
mumty Improvement projects
were mnde at1 the Governors
Conference witn Latin Ameri American
can American Civic Cbunr.li officix
following the 8essiork, It was
announced "tSaf authorization
hat -been, given- for '-improvements;
to the Internatlrma! Bpy
Scout DuMang at Paraiso, rtr
the installation of tolieti facil
same
corversion1" the dispensary
tiding atT-tfif&guel avf
community cttities center',
.'Wnrlr nn lmntnvlna'-the SfOut
building U sohduledf to begin
ttis week aa tlds. ao to be
cjnred on May fori, the. toilet
installations. a ..
At the same- time prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary consideration was;' given
to the establishment of
Youth Activitieaj? enter:, at
Rainbow City and :'t Santa
Crut and to the fencing of
four drainage areas in that
eommwnity. ,''iS;-,v
In carrying out most of these
projects as well as edditional
general improvement consider considered,
ed, considered, residents of the communities
concerned and the Canal organ
ization are to cooperate In do doing
ing doing -the work. .',
Also discussed at the Confer
ence was the forthcoming fifth
annual Safety Field Day" to be
held at Pedro 'Miguel on April
25 with the Pedro Miguel Coun Council
cil Council serving as sponsor of the
event.- f-' -.
Present ;for i studv: of the
condition of streets In the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel community 3 fwas
Maintenance Engineer Frank
Lerchen who presented a plan
for the future maintenance of
streets m that community
THE: QUEST CONTINUES The
wee al the Balboa Yacht Club
of the Canal Zone, in Miraf lores
crew of aix men antne Gibbon
nacK, maKuig iums io De snown
tooai unm lau xnu week Dexore

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ffvmg to be p 4.9 percent
' It was agreed that six see
tions of streets now perform
no service function and shall
be closed. ;. -.
Prado Circle: Caimito Street
from Garage 294 to the dead
endr Matachin Place front Ca
macho Street to the dead end:
Lagarto Place frorn Giillard
Highway to the former gasoline
station; and Rio Grande Street
from Garage 202 south to Gall
iara jiignway, 1
Canal Ferry-Tale:
-
Baby's Birth Brings
dente Amador became a delivery
room last night while crossing
from the east t the west bank of
the Canal
; For the delivery of an Infant,
that is. And all improvised in the
rear section of a panel truck, v
The mother, Felipa Gonzalez,
18, and a bouncing ..baby boy 'are
both doing fine today at ; Gorgat
Hospital,; whither they were whisk whisked
ed whisked after their singular.' sea voy
age. ...
The birth saga began yester yesterday
day yesterday when Feliipa set out with her
husband and a friend from Vista
Alegre, near Arraijan for Santo
Tomas Hospital in Panama. But
"by the time the trio reached the
ferry ramp it was apparent the
trio was coon to become a quar quartet.
tet. quartet. By the time the presidente A A-mador
mador A-mador reached open water Mrs.
Gonzales was already in labor.
She wfes assisted by her lady
friend while her husband cheer cheered
ed cheered nervously from the sidelines.
The Balboa fire station was -lerted
from the f ery and a de detail
tail detail was waiting at the west bank
ramp. However their services no
longer,, necessary. A Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital ambulance, with, doctor,
sped mother and child to the hos
pital maternity ward,
sleek sailboat Quest, which has

.

while her own er, Dr. Howard Murphy, has been making movies
Locks during Its Canal transit : yesterday. The Quest and her
ape are travel injri front Los Angeles to1 Odessa, Russia, and

later on stateside television, Dr.

continuing to parugena, cwomDia.

PANAMA. F THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959.::

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WORLD RECaitD SILVER MARUN Paul 1st. Fletcher of Long-

view. Texashas been notified
Association; that his 466 pound

of Panama,' is a new world record in the 80 pound test class.
Last November' Dick Robins, of the Marlin Laboratory of the
Universlty;Ol Miami,, fished Panama 'Bay, returned homecon--;
vinced'along witlr many other Stateside naturalists that no such
fish as a true silver marlin exists in Panama Bay. Said Robins
-of rail marlin he saw here: "They're blue.''
4 The new record silver marlin was hooked from the Viking,
owned by Johnny, McConaghy,; on the morning of Nov. 2ff, 1953
off San, Jose and was boated off Cierrd Sapo after a fight of five
hours and five minutes. The. tackle used by Fletchej was va cus cus-tommade
tommade cus-tommade glass rod, a Penn Senator 90 reel and; Cape Cod 24
thread line. This was Fletcher's: first marlin. He is stationed at
present at Gatun as representative of the R. G. LeTourneau
Company of Long view, .Texas Those abo aboard the Viking at
the time of this world record silver marlin catch were Skitjper
McConaghy, Til McCcnaghy, Tommy Styles and Leslie Adams.
Earlier" on the same day, Leslie; Adams had caught her first mar marlin,
lin, marlin, a j 21S pound blue. H

CZJC Entrance
Entrance-examinations-will beJ
given jnsren ,4 lur euucauunai euucauunai-qualified
qualified euucauunai-qualified non-United States citizens
who wish to matriculate in Canal
Zone Junior College as full-time
students at the beginning of the
fall term,S.' E. tEsser, Superin-
tendent-f Schools, announced to
day,
been. tied ud for' the nast two
Murony mans to stOD in Cria

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rbv the International, Game Fish
silver marlin, caught in the Gulf
Examinations
The examination will be eiven in
Room 304 in the. college buildine
on Roosevelt Avenue; it will begin
at 8;30 a.m., and will last about
three hours. Later, prospective
students will be interviewed.
1 1
Because of the high pupil-teach-ar
ratios expected this coining
yaar it will ba necessary for the
college to continue to limit the
number of non-United States ci citizens
tizens citizens who can ba admitted. The
exact number that can ba ac accepted
cepted accepted will ba determined later.
All non-United States citizens
who wish to enter the junior col
lege for the first time will com compete
pete compete for admission,
This includes graduates of Bal
boa High School, Cristobal High
School, Paraiso High. School, Rain-;
bow City High School, and recog
nized secondary schools in the Re
public of Panama and elsewhere.
Residence will not be a factor in
determining admissibility of non-
citizens. V k
y.At-h individual Who wishes to
take the examination should call
at the college office. Room 313, and
fill out an application blank and
then have his high school mail di
rectly to the college a transcript
of his record therein.
There will be no charge for tak taking
ing taking the examination.

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Poi Pizza May Be Added To US National Dishes

' Idltor's Note: If th "follow "follow-ing
ing "follow-ing footnote to Hawaiian state statehood
hood statehood seams prejudiced, it's1
because tha writer It craiy
about tha place.
By DOC QUI GO
The new national American, dish
seems to be pizza. One of the big
dishes of Hawaii is poi. Hawaii
is going to become i state. So
now, the wags are saying, we
will, have pizza poi.
This awful Jape may be the
first of a new crop of Jokes
springing up around Hawaii as it
moves to statehood. Most of them
will fall flat. You really ean't
Joke muck about paradise.

Letter Expresses

Single Wage Disappo

President Ernesto de la
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ctP SmnlP Wnn cm I a
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gainst Panamanians'

The charge was contained in a personal aooeal to

delivered to Eisenhower at the

saaor Mcarao ivi. rias.
Press dispatches from Washington said Arias spent 15 minutes discussing tht
wage problem with Eisenhower and later reported that he was "very gratified" bv
the interest Eisenhower showed in the matter. 7i
'. The Panamanian memorandum expressed deep disappointment over Panama's 5
feeling of impasse wih Canal Zone authorities and tht US Defense Deoartmenr

over demands that equal wages must be paid to Panamanian workers in the Canal;

De la Guardia appealed to Eis-,a
enhower to intervene in "this deli
cate situation."
Tht Washington dispatch said
Panamanian efficlals faar that
unltss the wag Issue is rasolvad
soon govarnment opponents will
um it in the forthcoming political
campaigns as a way of inflaming
anti-U.S. sontimant.
Canal Zone officials and the De Defense
fense Defense Department claim that the
wages have been 'adjusted to pay
Panamanians the same wages .as
US citizens doing tbe same type
of work. f
jf.. ,f. ,'....
DiplomatisSouree89to Washing Washington
ton Washington admitted Jhat therfe wa?"afse.
Ttout'differe:f:,'Opiheveri
theWay fielreatiS'bemg tople-
TOjpA f 5-;,'":. 4 p-'-
Panamanian offidfels volcedlhope
thatPresident Eisenhower would
mitoe a soecial study of thejcase
ind resolve the matter to every
body's satisfaction. r
De la Guardia's letter said that
owing "to the auncuu inwrna inwrna-tional
tional inwrna-tional situation" this "deteriora "deterioration
tion "deterioration of our relations increases
the dangers which hang over the
principles and ideals 01 democra democracy,
cy, democracy, equality and human respect.
Tha Panama President said th
new Canal Zona Single Wage
Scale was in reality a "dual
wage scale" because it fixed a
US bast pay for certain iobs. and
a Panama waga scale for other
iobs, "presumably the ones that
are to ba hold by Panamanian
workers."
The appeal was accomnanied by
a memorandum, prepared bv de la
Guardia's advisers on foreign af-fi,-
nomintr snecific "violations
of the principle of equal pay and
equal opportunities between Amer American
ican American and Panamanians in the Canal
Zone."
He described the Canal Zone
Merit System, which went into ef
fect along with the Single Wage
Scale, as no merit system at all
because the basis for the fixing of
wages is not the merit of the em employe
ploye employe but the "wage which exists
in the "geograpnicai area which
Canal Zone authorities choose as
Runnestrand Heads
Boy Scout Council
for Cen. Schlatter
Paul M Runnestrand will fill
in as president of the Canal
Zone Bov Scout' Council during
the one-month absence ;of Brig.
Gen, George F. Schlatter.
;' Schlatter was called to Wash
ineton last night for an official
assignment expected to last a-
bout 30 days. Runnestrand, exe executive
cutive executive secretary of the Canal
Zone Government, is a council
vice-president.
."Paradise of the Pacific" is no I
idle name Hawaii is heaven on
the high seas, as far as climate
and environmental deportment go.
The name "Sandwich Islands"
was pinned on them by Captain
Cook, the explorer, in ostensible
tribute to the ban of bandwicn.
Actually what happened was that
the captain discovered a place
landwiched between beauty and
bliss and named it accordingly.
In Hawaii the air is the dream
iest,, the breezes the balmiest,
the skies are the raeltingest, the
rainbows the runniest, the tem
perature tile timidest, the flowers
the boldest, the surf the ridingest,
the moon the closest, the legends

the looniest, and the monotony

Guardia told President Eisenhower toAn r S

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moralu rnnfmns. ".L.

kviiunirei tiiv sums

.
White House this morning
basis for fining salaries m each.
category."
"The new system amounts, with
only a change or wording, to per perpetuation
petuation perpetuation of the essence of the old
system of discrimination against
Panamanians," de la Guardia's
letter continued.
'This is a discrimination which
(our) two countries agreed to era
dicate with the signing of the '1936
Treaty and which later, with more
preciseness. was considered to
have beeii definitely extirpated
with the signing of the Treaty and
Memorandum ef 1955," he added.
Ha wrote that Hie principle of
equal iob opportunities between
'.f anamnln and Antarftens In)

wwwwiwsiiwaitirrwf'fui' Krn J-V- ""owr

wide and almost limitless concept
of "security positions' that it da da-viatas
viatas da-viatas from the "obvious intent ef
the Treaty."
''My government is deeply dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by the effect that this law
and its implementation has pro produced
duced produced among Panamanian workers
and public opinion in general," de
la Guardia wrote, adding:
"Discrimination agajnst Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians in the Canal Zone has been
in the last 40 years possibly the
touchiest spot in our relations."
Ha wrote that tha "ill will, low
morale" among employes which
was mentioned in a report by a
US Congressional subcommittee
following an on-the-spot report in
1958 has become even worse.
". The new regulations contin continue,
ue, continue, with a mere change of termin terminology,
ology, terminology, the same racial discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination against Panamanians. To the
existing resentment has been add added
ed added the disillusionment and the lack
of hone regarding the effectiveness
of the treaty, to such A point that
at the present nme my govern government
ment government feels itself beseiged by a pub public
lic public opinion which doesn't fcny long longer
er longer ask me to continue negotiations
instead to submit the problems
to... international justice," de la
Guardia stated.
The memorandum accompanying
the letter cites specific violations
of the 1955 treaty In several sec sections
tions sections of the Single Wage bill itself
and the regulations implementing
the single wage in the Canal Zone.
-
Baptist Minister
Faints In Balboa
Rev. W. Arthur' Cook, 93, a
minister of the National Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church, collapsed yesterday
afternoon Just after he had
orossed Balboa Road toward the
Balboa Post Office.,
He said that he became faint
as he crossed the street and
fainted when he reached the
curb.
A rescue squad from the Bal
boa Central Fire Station wa3
called and gave him first aid.
He was taken to Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where his condition was
later reported as not serious.
the humdrumest that man has
ever inhaled, fel!, gazed at, mar
velled over, luxuriated in. smiled,
wallowed In. reached for, swal
lowed, and submitted to.
In short, the place, is exactly
what the last two syllables of
Honolulu say it is, a lulu. You
wouldn't believe it unless you
lived it. The air is so wafty with
the smell of flowers and sea
heavy but not oppressive that
every afternoon about 4 o'clock
everybody '. Stifles a "hammi"
(yawn) of sheer languor and
thinks happy' thoughts.
It doesn't rain In Hawaii. What
happens is that creamy clouds
sometimes pue uo over tht pill'

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Panama s

intment
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racial nicrriminntinn
the US
by Panamanian Ambas-
CZ Bus Drivers
In Dispute
oyer
todav. Wm. j.
and overfly r,i Tartar" wet

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settled issues. W m v.
v
f .the union, said there were ne
P"J r a ,,rik'
t!L W driv'- ""'on woW
i. V" "'? steps" te see
that the matters of which it com. -plains
are, corrected,
Last hight's meeting between
nprMMtativM ni Asi
Singh Gill was agreed to id the of.
fice of the Minister of Foreign Re-
lations last Dec. 31, the union said,
Gordon said the union has these
three complaints against the bus
company:
1. It has refused a raise in sal.
ary for men who have been work
mg over 10 years at a set salary ol
50 cents an hour, and who receive
no overtime for the two hours the
work daily ever eight. -v5
2. It has refused to place its env
ployes under Panama Social S .'
curity. f j.
3. It has violated several para
graphs of its Canal Zone franchise .

Singh Gill said today that the

bus company has negotiated with
its drivers for two months and 1 '
has made soma counter offer,'- -but
that If does not sea its way1
clear to a raiso in wages becausf
its business is falling steadily, t
Business is now 40 percent less
than it once was, he said. i
There are fewer people on .the

Zone, and more military buses are -'y

usea on posts. r'1
il n ta -u-

iau, yiivaie uuses irum ranama,
which used to ply chiefly tn La -Boca,
now go all the way to Coro- 1
zal. Paraiso and Gamboa. 1 ;
Singh Gill said his concern il.
wilting to pay Some overtime. i
Ha has offered his workers some
health and other protection with .'
a private Insurance company in '
Panama, but does not feel that at 1
a Canal Zona public service hit
firm should pay Social Security
to tha Panama Government. ; ..
The union claims the bus com pa- A
ny is disobeying its Zone franchise
with respect to insurance, accident 1
compensation, labor negotiations
and a commitment that bus drjv -ers
are to be paid the same -as
Panama Canal Company chauf-
feurs. v, ,l

(cliff) and exhale a gentle dew.
At such times, a double rainbow"
appears. At night you get a moon
bow. 1 .n
Texas may have rootin' footln'
bigness. Hawaii has romance.'.,
Alaska may have a rawboned
frontier. Hawaii has poetry In its ....
easeful posture. New England
may be rock-ribbed. Hawaii bat,
menehune (pixies) dancing' the
moonbeams over the long beaches. i
Even the police charges are
poetic. I know some visitors who
got arrested there once on a
charge of "disturbing the quiet
of the night." Even though they
spent the night In Jail, they were
happy, may were a.uawau.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSFAFEK

THURSDAY, MARCH 19,. 1939

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mb 4rf. lattn m analWiaa" hi tfca f4r racahwf
Please try t kaca tiie latteri Hm'tea" ta aae aae Mmt.
l4aatv a lettw writafa b ImU hi etrkteat MMM.
Thii MwtpaBr luaiMi ne raiaaiwlbility far atatamenta.ef,
xpmiW in lattar frew reader. -.

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board at vat

BULLETINS AND

BRATS--.''' "4

Labor News
And
Commenls

When?

-,hi i Aihrooit Field install eyaiew" bulletin

i o- -.r. nr about Slu'Of the SHXPASeCS.

k .in ok ntr i;piiuiex miu Mtnu

DUTDOSB well ior me inioi, ujr,,..? - .kl,
KsTfuli oX ior ttafe ana Want ads and Ptohabiy fisfved pE-A

thoSands of dollars In cheap purcna -Jvrocwona- wt
. iiu .in...nvmi hinro are that all aas mugl D

VZrto ad uUnU office beiore tney will be )t

on me board. The boara has been in use-three weelcs, ana at
biritint ic it.iii not one ad on It.-

reason ior this is iear ot being called in and questlon questlon-mA
mA questlon-mA Ifmv.n if thev anorove vour ad It would talce ail or three

weelts to pasa it through the red tape ana get it placed on tht
hoaS. Bv that time someone else will have heard ot the ofief

th irpm in nuestion.

mm nnm nn I'll bet tne various notice boards at the

clutoouiei and the Clayton PX wUl be mied with aaS from
' Aibtppk airmen. And the taxpayers are out 4100 for a useless
notice Doara.
juong with these new laws about passing school buses I
auggest they establish a law lorbldding ah traffic on ah
r.ri Zone roads at ali times when one or more school buses

B ravmn thr.nn in other words. All. automobiles must

be otf the roads between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. I think thu would
be i!good law. .
. sv. further oamner tha brats, each of them should be given

a gd medal ior every day they risk their lives riding the
bUSanama has more sense than we have. There they teach
theff children to dodge the traific, or else. No wonder Amer Amer-Jcarf
Jcarf Amer-Jcarf 3clds are consldeied spoiled, soft, weak and bad-manneredv.
At 4last 50 percent of local newspaper space Is aevoted to the
exploits of Canal Zone kids, from the million-dollar swimming
podl to the Air Force-guided camping trips.
"tn the end 50 percent of them are so defective they can't
pasSCan Army mental or physical examination, and become
F.
. Horse.

5-5

filr:

i see by the paper that our Zone governor, in addressing
the Federal Government Accountants Association and the

Institute of Internal Auditors, gave them a grade school lesson

in elementary arithmetic Briefly, what he said at.consmerauie

leneth. was that: "income less costs equals profit.'

it is difficult to imagine that this group of professional
accountants needed such a simple' classroom lesson. Or did

they' The inference is that it was probably so much "stuff

for the boids". -.

if that was the case, then wny couian t tne .uovernor
answer the. 60-50 advocates with a simpl reply siniUIr to that
of a distinguished- generfcl during World War II when he was
asked by the Nazis to surrender. His reply was brief, .specific
and unmistakable. He promptly replied; "Nuts."
Ledger D. Main.

Sir:

RODMAN EMPLOYES COUNCIL

By VICTOR RIISIL
There is no weteoder to th

throne of Queen Liliubkalani, un
less it's Harry Bridges. Hawaii

has always been the, pineapple ot

his eye. He has poured more mon

ey, time and talent into ugmeu ugmeu-ing
ing ugmeu-ing a labor vise on the island out outpost
post outpost than Dole has juice so it
cams is startling news that some

Congressmen meeting Tuesday

behind the -House nuies commit

tee closed doors put themselves on

the secret record with statements

that Hawaiian labor was free of

pro-Communist influence.

in mat ituies commuiea meet meeting,
ing, meeting, they Were battling o v e r
Hawaiian statehood. Congressmen

were trying to. beat down charg-;
es by some of their colleagues
that the 50th star in the flag may
glow a little red. Friends of Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii pointed to the report of a
special three-man House Interior
Committee which went out to Ho Honolulu
nolulu Honolulu last winter a delightful
voyage.- They returned with news

that they had been told that pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist influence was just as

solid as a grass skirt.
Those, three men were asked
by Congressman Walter Rogers
(Tex.) who had given them the
glad tidings about the islands,
through which pass over 1,000 of
our most strategic ships each
year. The retort, born of great

pnilosphical introspection, was.

'.We can only tell you this It
wasn't Santa Claus."
This was of great cultural val value
ue value to my friends at the Natioual
Geographic, for they may have
thought the old boy winters there

as who wouldn't. What the
tree travelers had put into iht
record and what apparently wa3

the basis of the Rules Commit

tee decision that there was little
pro-Communist influence in Ha

waiian labor was this:

"We were told that the FBI

investigation, plus the Federal

Court action, crippled the Com

munist apparatus in Hawaii and
with the continued white light of
publicity and the alert citizenry.

it would remain crippled. We

were also told that no proof, ex

ists of Soviet espionage contacts

on the part of Communists in Ha

waii."

No one raises the question of

proof of Soviet espionage contacts

Nor can anyone quote the FBI
on this particular matter. It has

issued no. statements. That is not

tne Bureau s practice

The point is that one member

of the House Rules Committee.
Ttlrhirri Rnlllnn nf TTsnti. ritv

v.. V.'J,
Mo., told the group that he had
it on good authority that' there

was no substantial pro-Communist
influence in the unions. Rep. Boil Boiling
ing Boiling is a former teacher.
He was asked on what he bar barfed
fed barfed his information. He toldihe
pff-the-record Rules Committee
session that he bad a letter from
reliable source. The ex-schoo!
teacher should find it fascinating,
therefore, to sit in on a session
of the House Un-American Activi Activities
ties Activities Committee on Mar. 24. Mr.

WM iWmi Wilted
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Mess in ATnca

By BOB RUARK

Bir:

BALBOA RELAYS

, J . Bridges, President of the Interna-
I would like to know -what has happened to the Employes tional Longshoremen's and Ware Ware-Council
Council Ware-Council that was to be elected by the Navy employes at Rod- housemen's Union, has been su su-man.
man. su-man. The ballots, were turned in about two weeks ago, and as penaed to appear before it to an
of this writing no word has been received as to which employes swer questions on his recent
were elected. .;. (conferences with Communist lead-
Is someone scared that the council will bring to light the era in Rome, Prague, Moscow and
manner in which certain supervisors treat the Local Raters. East Berlin,
under their command? I khow. there are supervisors who have For example, Bridges will be
declared themselves opposed to the council. sked.. explain- why he said the

. Fidel aoviet la nor organizauons are

more- Democratic than some U.S.

unions, '-when virtually- all stu

aems or itussian. trade unions

: I see mem ai state-controlled pro

: In Monday's oaDer were three pictures of winners of the duction speed up mechanisms

Rolhfm t.varlr mmt. Tn t.h nf th thr nlrtiir. t.h nrndnmlnont. WllhOUt the right to Strike."

It is anyone's privilege to be

ing out like they were the main -event of the whole meet. The V"1"01 d-.B"t lt. doesn 4 PPear
same on opening nightv the whole .affair seemed centered

round the three oueens. muu? ui.vuege. me

m.t I. tM. ktrin ,hA. r ranlr mMf) T nalrf "7R Pntj Ru.eSUOn 01 SUtehOOq IS One

where to look in Panama. Of all the performances, their', was the T&gTmL newspa-"or?-
: x. Per which printed a bif two-viil.

. same witn tne kutu meets, arvery juvenue soiaier seems w ;. s -4U:

ollowed by
Camp foil

ui uiem iiuw. was eriaees' union

"limfi mM.J i.injll I u ti

be followed by a dame shaking It up, like the Roman armies of s soldiers who turncoa ted a mi
1H filA,."fKM .lt.T fh 1 Miom riav T nt null ?' .T? Wn0 lurncoatea "gainst

y K AwttwB,-... .w -i us in enmese prison camps.
for them now. ." .' n...' .v i -a.

In the same pictures, a sprint man was shown three times.

I don't call 10.3 for the 100 yards as anything but darn slow.
When he gets to 1Q flat and under, then he can call himself a
runner. 'l
In my opinion, the outstanding athlete of the whole meet
was George Patton, the junior high school "kid from Cristobal who
ran the 1320 in 3.30. If he had been turned loose on the mile I
believe he would have broken the existing record of 4.43. At least
It figures out that way. They had a so-called open." race for the
mile, who kept him out of that race, or aren't Cristobal athletes
Allowed to star?
After almost every athletic event in" the Canal Zone, the
Mall Box is full of letters outlining favoritism, crookedness, or
mellv decisions, all in favor of the Balboa school. I am sure all

the writers can't be wrong all the time. Let's all get together and
see if we cant, just for once, hold an event so clearly on the
level as to suppress any such squawks before they start.
., Mad.

It

which wai

tried by its peers in CIO nine
years ago and found to be follow.

ing the Communist-line, it is this

union chief who has blistered U.

S. positions and talked warmly

Of Soviet China. It is this man
Bridges who met regularly with

the pro-Communist bloc inside the

old CIO.

It is this man and many of hit
followers who are sufficiently pow powerful
erful powerful to paralyze the Hawaiian e-conomy-
and who have Consider
able influence inside the island

legislature. That is fact. The. rest

is rhetoric and a prelude to his

tory.

NAIROBI. Kenya. It has bean,

raining buckets lor days an, the

camip has, blown down and every

thing is soaked and the leo

pards have changed their feed feeding
ing feeding habits and everybody has a

bad cold and a worse temper.
But the' radio blares the news

of Nyasaland and the. silyer bel bellies
lies bellies of military planes are seu

overhead, and the comforting
thing about this piece is that if
the whole, world- were at war
there is nothing I can do about
it, for. the bridges are down on
the Naxok road, and the streams
are now roaring torrents.
Everything's a mess in Africa
at the moment, and even the Mas-

si warrior's red clay make-up is
running, The mess is no greater

in Nyasaland than it is in the Con Congo,
go, Congo, today or perhaps Kenya tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. ?'-
I think the whole situation can.

be summed up by saying that
there are more and more Masai
wearing. pants, less and less lions

in the game preserve, more and

more cattle; and more and more

babies. Even the Masai, who used

to scorn anything but a spear in

an argument, are growing, more

and more what is termed pontic al.

ine news today trom- "Nyasa

land is that he emergency deaths
have reached approximately
50, and that more roads are be

ing blocked, and that more
homes are geing burned Afri African
can African homes as well as. white, and
missions as well as agricultural
Stations.
This alsa is a rough, comment
on the effect of white man's. re religion
ligion religion and white man's effort! to
upgrade the land.

You may be reading that the

dead and wounded in the Con

go republic- run now inta the

hundreds, not in battles with the
whites but merely in bajttjes
between two rival tribes.

At last count nearlv a thou

sand people had been arrested,

inciuaing tormer Premier Jac

ques Opangault of the Boshi

-tribe. Opangault Boshi tribes

men are fighting Premier Fu'
bert Youlou's Balili boys for con
trol of the republic. I

it is interesting to note Ithat

m the carnage in which three
tons of spears and pangas have

aireaoy Deen confiscated the bat-

ties were not directed aeainst the

French govtrnment, nor were any
French settlers molested. It ;,was
just a political battle between two

tribes who have always hated each

other, and now use indepen independence
dence independence as an excuse ; to break
heads.
lt is time again to refresh the
memory of what was Mau Mau
in Kenya, which is more or less

what ad the shouting all over
Africa is today.

It came as a result of irrespon

sible rabble-rousing, and you can

substitute the names of Dr.
Hastings Bands in Nyasaland

for the jailed Jomo Kenyatta

of Mau Mau shame,, or who ap appears
pears appears to be his current succes successor,
sor, successor, Tom Mboya.
' Banda, a physician and sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, left home "at 13, and his
been an expatriate with a thriv thriving
ing thriving practice in England for 40

years. He -does not speak his
own tribal dialect any more, and

must use an .interpreter. He bid

ed his time and came home "to

awjup-aiumais, a io spean,. 4.

Kenyattav -with Mau Mau. was

the- same -edueated in England,

indoctrinated in Russia, and

sent back to stir up the wild

beasts. Unfortunately, he used

thugs and guttersweepings to do

the dirty work, and Mau Mau
became not a battle for freedom

from white bondage, but a cri

Kikuyu against

Bir:

PANAMA'S COST OF LIVING

I notice that Deputy Comptroller Eduardo MeCullough (Mail
Box, March 18) hastened to make reference to the fact that In
a previous letter (Mall Box, March 11) 1 referred only to two or
thred items to justify my contention, shared by almost all Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian residents, that he'd better take another look at his figures.
I also noticed that he failed to make any reference to the
more studied approach to the matter by Locals 600 and 007,
AFL-CIO. published in your newspaper on March 10.
. Just In case MeCullough is so busy with his figures that he
doesn't have time to read the front page of the newspapers,
I vill fluote a few naraeranhs from vour March 10 story:

"Latest Zone figures show US Raters' cost of living up 4.9

percent since 1958 and local-rate cost of living up .5 percent since
last June."
Another naraarranh cald:

"Canal Zone workers, whose purchasing pwer has been
reduced aonroxlmatelv 30 net-cent since the Implementation of

the Rem6n-Elsenhower treaty began in. 1938, Utl the" effect bf a
rapidly increasing cost of living keenly.
. They cannot reconcile the reduced value of the dollar with
the assistant comptroller's statistics that claim a reduction of 2.3
percent in the cost of living In Panama."
I would certainly like to hear what MeCullough has to say

ajjout tne union's statement.
, Hlah fidelity, radios, television sets, automobiles, air condl

tionlng units excluded, I find it Increasingly hard to feed my
family with the .tame amount of money that I used to spend
three years ago, so If McCullough's figures show a drop in the

cost of living, he'd better recheck them or let me in on tne secret

i lifter
PWWWIIAIMI"'''!'1'

Rob

fox

It Takes More
Than A Car

To Kill A Fox

DADEVILLE, Ala. (UPI),

ert MeCullough had a rabid
by the tail.

MeCullough ran over a fox

while driving near Camp Hill

Ala.. Sunday night. He tossed the

animal in the trunk of his car. in

tending to cure the tail and put

it on the hood of his automobile.

The fox had Such a Drettv tail

MeCullough could not resist show

ing off his prize to several per
sons the next day.

Jr.

lrt.DAiY WASiiiriGTO; j
TMERRYtGb GROUND

fy tiw riAtsON

KV a J)

WASHINGTON There h a V e

jeen soma eight conflict-of-interest
esses uneartnea in ine liisennow liisennow-er
er liisennow-er administration, ranging all the'

way trom Haroiu 'laiDott 1 wouicltes the long record exposed alter

the statutes and laws of the United
States ana is unlawiui, nua1. and
void..Jor the following reasous:'

The Justice-Department- then

But when he opened- th trunk

of his car, he didn't have to pull
the fox out it jumped- out and

tried to attack everyone in sight.
Policemen L. L. Sims was sum-.
moned and as the officer began
shooting the' fox attacked him.
Sims retreated and with his last
cartridge killed the animal.
The fox's head was sent to
Montgomery for analysis and it
was determined v t h a t he had
rabies.

minal war of
brother Kikuyu.

Mboya, young, foreign-educat

ed, is currently inciting riot more

violently, than ever did Ken

yatta. .He is a young' Huey Long,

with the difference that he is

dealing in potential massive death
and disorder- among politically

naive and almost totally unso

phisticated people.

He even uses tne oid-iasmon-

ed political clambake to drive
his people to Irenzy, and the

name of Jomo Kenyatta is again
being chanted1 at the so-called

tribal dance: Which 'are really po

litical meetings.

The ironic thing about Mboya
s that he is a Luo from the fish-

eating lake people, but he is

rousing the Kikuyu and Wak Wak-a
a Wak-a ba-, both of whom loathe the
r.iirm onH will h the first to clob-

ber Mboyi's own 4tb anil Jlbeya

himself if Mboya's undiluted de democracy
mocracy democracy is achieved. : r

This conflict depends, of course,

on the Masai not getting there

first, because the Masai hate

everybody and everything except

themselves and their, came

Yes, it's raining on the Masai,
and everything in Africa is a

mess, but lt isn't one-tenth of the

mess it's going to -De wnen tne
rabble rousen" achieve their
selfish aims, and all hell breaks

loose everywhere.

Mexican Criminals

Go Unpunished,
$nv Bank Official

MEXICO CITY (UPI) More

than half of the crimes commit

a Mexican criminologist charged

todav.

Dr. Alfonso Quiroz Cuaron, head

of the Bank of Mexico's invest!
sation service, said Mexico occu

pied first place in tne wona. as

far as homicide was cdncerned,

and that out of every 100 hprnl

cides committed about 53 were

not prosecuted.

was forced to resign as Secretary

ot.the Air Force, to Sherman Au
ams who was forced tq resign ov over
er over the favors he did ior his. inenu,

nernara .uo'aune, ,. w:
In every case, the official in involved
volved involved has beeL kicked out of gov

ernment, but in only one case, tual
ef FCC Commissioner Richard
jtlacK, a Democrat, na he Deeu

urosecuiea. v . v

dn only one case furthermore,
has a. aan. even ( indirectly' con

nected, with a xonlUct oiOnteresl

oeen promoted Adm. Lewi's

jtrauss, ttepubiican, to be Secre

nry ot commerce, v

Yet a criminal statute. TiUa 18.

U. S. Code, provides criminal mi.

nishment lor all violators, not just

uemocrais.

So iari Congress, nredominantlv

Democrat ha$' not; had any real
opportunity to examine Justice Ue

partment failure to prosecute Re Republican
publican Republican conflicts of interest.
But last week two thin es hap

pened which, have already started

wvesugauye wneeli rolling.
No. 1 was refusal to permit a
new trial tc two Democrats. Lamar

Caudle, former assistant attorney
general, and Matt .Connelly, form former
er former secretary to Harry Truman, lor
alleged violation of the conflict-of-interest
statute-, even though un

ponani new eviaence had turned
up and even though the Justice
Department had stated in court
that Caudle had received no ma material
terial material compensation for his alleg alleged
ed alleged failure to prosecute a St. Louis
tax evader.

an overcoat. The evader, Irvbg

uonneuy aid get two suits ana
Sachs, had pleaded guilty and was
convicted. '
No.. 2'wag refnsal by the same
Justice Department to do iny-

thmg about :,the same criminal
statute regarding a conflict of in

terest involving 229,000,000 con considerably
siderably considerably moie valuable than an
overcoat and two suits of clothes.
This case involved, not two ex-

Truman Democrats, now penniless
from the cost of being dragged
through the courts for six years,
but two investment banker Re

publicans, one the present Secre

tary oi commerce wno duiii up a
fortune with the Wall Street firm

of Kuhn, Loeb; the. other Adolphe

Wenzell, with the Wall Street ?irm,

tne f irst Boston company.
A letter written by efficient, po

litically-minded Attorney : General

Bill Rogers raised Senate hack

les regarding these two brands of

justice, one for Democrats,, one
for Republicans, and brought an

unmeaiaie, stuoy or yie, recorav.

Those records are complicated
but Important.

"it a a lot easier for thetub'ic

to understand two suits of clothes

and an overcoat given to a Demo

crat." remarked Sen. Estes Ke-

fauyer, "or a front porch rented

by a Democratic Congressman
than it is to understand a $229,'

000,000 utility contract negotiated

in secrecy by Republicans. But the

latter costs the taxpayer a iot

more than a t front porch even
if he doesn't understand it."

Kefauver was referring to the

Dixon-Yates conflict-of interest

case, the biggest and most impor
tant in the entire history of the U

nited States: in which banker Wen

zell was caught planted inside the

Budget Bureau conferring with

Strauss at night regarding the
big electric power plant to block
the Tennessee Valley Authority
and simultaneously bring a bij

prom to wenzeu's First Boston.
Kefauver drew from Rogers an

aamission that "no investieation

of Strauss was pending.

'If Kefauver had omm urthai.

he would have also found that no

investigation of Wenzell was nend

ing. Yet the Justice Department
had stated in court that the Dixnn.

Yates contract "is in violation ot

BOMB RED CENTER

" BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)

Bombs were thrown into the So

viet Information Bureau and home

of local Communist leader Mu

tafa Al Ariss here Sunday. Win

dows were shattered but there

was no loss of life it was re

ported.

At lettst 4.000 veart aco, the

andent Egyptians were Using
chair end tables, stools and
cheats not unlike some the
pieces in Use today. Some of.
the chairs had high backs and
arms, decorated with carved
animals' head. Others were
. I,,.

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I crossed leg which folded to together
gether together like our camp chair.
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Brilons Rally Round

Railway As

Roses Go Unpicked

HAYWARDS HEATH, England,
March 19 (UPI) Th. lata I..'

Rented BluebeU and Primros
Railway may rise again.
A raUway, preservation society
dedicated to .reopening ) the tiny
line has beefl formed. hel:e nd 1
to meet soon with-the itateowh itateowh-ed
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aw on grounas oi economy-mere

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the fact the trains' ran so "slowly

tne passengers could lean out
the windows and pick bluebells
and primroses along the right
of way.
The railroad buffs who want tb
revive the line, believed to num number
ber number around 100,, said they had
developed a plan for' voluntary
labor to put, the disused track
and stations back into repair.
King Hussein Sees
Chiang, Continues
On Trio To States
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)-Kihg
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NEW MAGISTRATE Mayof Heliodoro (Lolito) Patifio stand' between outgoing Calidonia police
maaistrate teferin'o Maceortght) and Percival G, (JacklToppto; shortly after the latter was sworn la
ai toe new magistrate last Monday morning; Top pin's was the first appointment .made by. the new
mayor and the only change-made among Panama City's police, magistrates ainec, Patifio took office,

Commerce :Group
Before Approving
WASHINGTON, larch 18 (UP1)
-President Eisenhower's apf
pointonent of, Adm. Lewis L.
Strauss as Secretary -of Com Commerce
merce Commerce was .snagged today in. a
aet of policy-hearings irom 'last
year's nuclear program to next
year's, jcensus., ,,--,C;- j:
Sttauss7whax woufd like his
tentative appointment to the ca cabinet
binet cabinet made definite; returned
for his second day of testimony
before the Senate Commerce
Committee; Indications w e re
that the hearings would conti continue
nue continue 'for at least several weeks.
Chairman Warren G. Mag Mag-nuson
nuson Mag-nuson (D-Wash.) said he ex expected
pected expected to question Strauss to today
day today on Merchant Marine mat mat-ters,'
ters,' mat-ters,' plans "for conducting the
1960 population census, and the
coast and, .geodetic survey, J He
said these were f among "public
policy matters" on which the
committee .wanted the former
Atomie Energy Commission (AEC)
chairman's views.
"We want ( to get these policy
items out of the way before we
get jnto personal matters, Mag Mag-nuson;
nuson; Mag-nuson; said, - .
Personal matters included op opposition
position opposition to the Strauss nomina nomination
tion nomination already announced by Sens.
Estes Kefauver. (D-Tenn.) and
Eugene J. McCarthy (D-M'nn.)
because? of event' and policies
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NEW YORK UPI)-A three three-million
million three-million .dollar plant for 'the pro production
duction production of space age metals is un under
der under construction in Bndgeville,
Pa., .for the U.S. Navy Bureau of
Aeronautics, the magazine Engi Engineering;
neering; Engineering; New Record, reported
Tuesday. , .
The factory will be. of steel
plate construction, and will substi substitute
tute substitute argon gas for air since ar argon
gon argon is inert nd does not contam:
' fnate the things ft touches, the
the McGraw-Hill publication point pointed
ed pointed Out. ';
Because -: of the gas, workers
will wear space 'suits equiptnsd
with' an oxygen supply while tend tend-,
, tend-, lng machines inside the plant.
The construction is being done
for the Navy by the Howard P.
Foley Cov of Pittsburgh.
The factory, the magazine not noted,
ed, noted, will be two buildings in one.
The actual plant will be; housed
inside a brick structure to protect
It from the elements.
The factory, scheduled for -completion
late this year, will work
with metals like- molybdenum,
cannot be processed satisfactorily
In ordinary earth atmosphere.
These metals are for use In
mifsiles, rocket and jet engines
and space vehicles that must be
able .to withstand the re-entry

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Questions Strauss
Ike s Appointment;
during the AEC chairmanship
he vacated last year;
Strauss has been serving has
Commerce' Secretary since No
vember under a recess appoint-
men. He volunteered yesterday
to testify every day next week
to hasten completion of the
hearings. But Magnuson said the
committee bad other business.
The senator said he expected
to recess the hearings after to today's
day's today's session and return arly in
April, after the Senate's Easter
recess.
500 Mine Workers
Threaten Violence
In Kentucky Town
HAZARD, Ky. (UPIKViolence
errupted in the troubled Harzard
coal field today.
Truck mine operators in Perry
and Letcher counties reported
that idled United Mine Workers
members roamed the struck pit
threatening to turn over vehicles,
dumping coal loaded on trucks
and assaulting miners who have
been sticking to their jobs.
Paul Taylor, a Perry County
mine operator, said that "around
500 men surrounded me and my
partner, Joe Johnson, this morn
ing and threatened to turn the
jeep over and throw us in, the
river.," v, ' vit--t! tp
. Taylor' said -most 'of thelsmen
were' United Mine Workers union
pickets who struck the mines
Monday to back up union de demands
mands demands for a new contract with
mine operators who have refused
to sign new pacts calling for
wage boosts of $2 a day.
" Taylor said the pickets had
"gotten hold of some whisky and
are pretty well drunk."
He added that his mine prop property
erty property had been posted, but the
pickets pulled up the 'no tres trespassing"
passing" trespassing" signs and "pushed their
way onto the property. x
Taylor estimated that some
S.000 to 3,000 men were roaming
the mines in the Hazard field,'
which includes parts of Perry
arid Let'cher counties.
The renort is the second in as
many days of trouble in the
strike, which has now spread
FROM Harlan to the mines in the
Hazard field. A half-dozen shots
were fired at a truck mine op
erator in Bell County Monday.
OPENS U.S. EXHIBITION
CALCUTTA (UPI r- Miss-.Pad-maja
Naidu, governor of the state
of West Bengal, today opened a
United States small business ex
hibition by cutting a ribbon with
a sun-operatea maae. rne exnioi
tionf sponsored th; U.S. Depart
meat of Commerce, was. sa,'id to be
the, first of its kind ever held.
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Steel Executives
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NEW YORK (UPI)-The U.S.
Steel Corp. charged yesterday
that labor leaders ignore record
ed facts" in asserting that cor
porate, profits are responsible for
price, inflation.
"Big Stel" in its annual report
mailed -to 311,000., stockholders
cited 'government statistics which
the company said showed that
rising wages are chiefly nemna
the shrinking value, of the dollar.
These figures show, the state
ment said. that the entire est!
mated 125 billion dollar increase
in the value of the nation's indus
trial production in 1958 represent
ed higher wages, increased taxes
and higher income of unincorpo unincorporated
rated unincorporated business. The 18-billion dol dollar
lar dollar Jevel of corporate" profits, it
added; was virtually unchanged
from the previous year.
"It is indeed curious reasoning
which contends that rising prices
are attributable to corporate prof-its-the
ttnlyicompqnent of net na national
tional national product that did not iu-crease-instead
of to the wagfl
and tax components which ac
counted for about 85 per cent of
the increase," the report stated.
To have kept pace with the
combined increase in these other
components of national output,; the
report continued, corporate prof profits
its profits in 1958 would have had to be
approximately 34 billion dollars
as compared with the .all-time
high in 1956 of 23 billion dollars.
"A profitable economy is actu actually
ally actually less susceptible' to inflation
than,; one; in which profits are
macer,.ith sfeehscomcanv saitL
"Shrinking;5 profits and mountings
unemployment go together, in invoking
voking invoking at- most recently wit
nessed in 1958 inflation-threatening
federal deficits."
The annual report said that
while nearly everyone believes in
the free enterprise system, many
have "misconceptions and so lend
at least passive encouragement to
those who would either bargain
away, tax away or regulate prof profits.
its. profits.
As previously '.reported the na nation's
tion's nation's biggest steel company in
1958 earned ,.$301,558,231 or $5.13
a share as compared with $419, $419,-406,956
406,956 $419,-406,956 or $7.33 a share in 1957.
Sales totaled- $3,472,177,091 as
against $4,413,806,173 in 1957. 1
Colombian Senate
Rules Ex-PresldenI
Violated Constitution
BOGOTA, March 18(UPI) -The
Senate ruled early, today that
ousted ex-President Gustovo Rojai
Pinilla violated iht Constitution
and committed "acts unworthy of
the presidency" while he was In
office. v
The full Senate gave a special
committee a week to recommend
a sentence in the Rojas ease.
The ex-president, who had been
living as a refugee in Soain. re
turned voluntarily for trial after
he hadrbeen Impeached by Con
gress;
He walked out of the Senate
Monday night, wben it voted 40
to 22 not to allow him to com
plete a statement in his. own it it-faase..
faase.. it-faase.. & vgti! Vi- -';
roaay a yermct ; was -announced
at 1 a.m. after seven hours of se secret
cret secret debate. The vote, on the count
of unconstitutional violation was
62 to 4, and on the charge of "un "unworthy
worthy "unworthy conduct" it .was 65 to 1.
Jn both cases, eight conservative
senators abstained from voting.
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2 British Officials
In Anli-Yhile Riot
LtUilAiWV, .nuiiucia .iuwm
(UPI An African m6o speared
and wounded two "British .officials
and burned government buildings
yesterday in an anti white out outburst
burst outburst far to the north of here, dis dispatches
patches dispatches from the area said.
Two Africans, were reported
killed In the rioting, which, appar apparently
ently apparently spilled over into relatively
peaceful Northern Rhodesia from
neighboring Pyrasaland,
The'' Africans attacked British
District Commissioner G. E.' K.
Walsh and his assistant, J. E.
Sharp on Chiuba Island in Lake
Bangweulu, 350 miles north of Lu Lusaka.
saka. Lusaka. Walsh wa wounded slightly
by a spear thrust Sharp was
wounded ; seriously ,,and was
brought to Lusaka -for treatment.
! Government iv buildings were
burned' in two other northern
areas. There were no iurtner oe oe-tails.
tails. oe-tails. It was the first rioting in
Northern Rhodesia since t h e
Zambia -" African-'- naUonal V o n-
fress .was banned two weeks agq
y British authorities. ,
- rouce units -were on : weir way
to the area. f
In Nvaialand. where more than
44 persons have been killed since
the "whites go home" demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations began last month, all was
relatively quiet today.
' British officials arrested an
other 11 African nationalists in
Nyasaland. A otal of 560 now
have been arrested.
Striking AFSCME
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Workers Picking
Jersey Turnpike
' NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Mar.
m fUPIV-Strikinc toll collectors
and maintenance men picketed
the New Jersey Turnpike today
despite threats that they would
be suspended for failing to return
to work.
About 450 members of Local 15 15-11.
11. 15-11. State. County and Municipal
Workers (AFL-CIO) walked off
their jobs yestejday over employe
grievances. They began picketing
the turnpike at midnight last night.
' The turnpike authority, facing a
$40,Q00-a-day revenue loss,'- said
those employes not reporting for
work would be suspended. It be began
gan began hiring substitute toll collectors
to keep the 118-mile superhighway
open.
Supervisory personnel manned
the toll booths yesterday,: collect collecting
ing collecting a flat rate of 25 cents per car
and 5 cents a truck. The maxi maximum
mum maximum rates are $1.75 for cars and
about $5 for trucks:. a j 1
. A spokesman for ,the union said
lata last night mat pickets ,aaa
been posted- at -aH.taitttwo .turn
pike interchanges wes. w are
where the turnpike makes direct
connections with the Pennsylvania
turnpike and' the Garden State
Parkway. x
He said there appeared to be no
Imminent settlement, of the -strike
in sight.

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Baroti Brian Master of Ceremonies
Christian Mademoiselle of Paris
Rock Masters Speeial attraction
11:30 SHOW
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WASHINGTON (UPIM&usiness
spending for : new factories yand
equipment still one of the ""dim ""dimmer?
mer? ""dimmer? spots in the economic pic
ture is moving upward, the gov
ernment' reported today.
. It estimated that such spendine
in 1959 will total $31,792,000,000, a
gain of 4 per cent from the poor
1958 showing but well below the
record $36,962,000,000 spent on
business expansion in 1957.
The joint report &y the Com
merce' Department and Securities
a exchange Commission also re-
vised upward an earlier estimate
of f irst-guarter investment spend-
' It TiId.Ibusinessmen also are
lookini forward to--, higher sales
in 1959., If. sales surpass expecta
tions in ihtf.eoming months, in
vestment;, spending would likely
exceed present plans, r -i
The "survey said manufacturers
expect a 9-per cent, rise in sales,
bringing receipts back up to their
record 1957 level. Wholesale ;and
retauwms expect ,t. aggregate

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sales to rise about 6 per cent
Public unities expect a 9 per
cent rise.
Outlays for factories, machin
ery,, milli and; other, producers'-
equipment are considered "high "high-powered
powered "high-powered dollars". be?au they;
usually stimulate business activi activity
ty activity and employment,
i Tndav'4 reoort also indicated
that the, pickup in capital spend-j
mg was nroceeaing en a oroaa
fronWin steel, electrical machin
erv. autos.. textiles, paper, chem-'
icals, airlines, rubber, glass and
trade.
The report showed that plant
and equipment spending plummet-'
ed from a mid-1957 rate w 37,T
750,000,000 a year to $29,610,000,-
00 in the third quarter of 1958
' But by mid v-; 1959. the report'
forecast, capital outlays will be;
flowing out of corporate treasur
ies at a $32,030,000,000 rate. Some.
sroall increase m the latter half
pf.the year was indicated, but ho
figures were; given.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 1, J959
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STHMIAN VISITORS DR. AND MRS. RAFAEL CALDERA
ITED YESTERDAY AT RECEPTION IN GOLF HEIGHTS
First Secretary of th Veneiuelan Embassy Jose Tlneo Farias
ind Mrs. Farias entertained yesterday at a reception at their
residence in Golf Heights.
The event complimented Dr. Rafael Caldera, President of
the Chamber of Deputies ef Venezuela, and Mrs. Caldera, who

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Invitations Issued
For is iter Nuptials
!Mr. and Mrs. Rafael C. Marti Marti-nelli
nelli Marti-nelli of Panama City have issued
invitations for the wedding of
their daughter, Miss Ligia M rti rti-nelli,
nelli, rti-nelli, to Marco Julio Obaldia, on
of Mn. Msrii Olimpla Obaldia.
The vows will be exchanged at
five o'clock on Easter Sunday
morning in the Church of Cns o
Rey. A wedding breakfast will be
Film 'Seventeen'
Showing Saturday
At Reeder Hall
i The Saturday night Youth
Fellowship program of the First
Baptist church of Balboa
Height, will feature the mo motion
tion motion picture film "Seventeen
on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in
Reeder Hall.
. This film is designed for those
or highachool and college,, age.
It is produced by Youth For
Christ International and de depicts
picts depicts the typical life of young
.VHriBtiiailS iATliig
life on the school campus. This
Is considered one of the out out-gtanding
gtanding out-gtanding films for youth, win win-rinar
rinar win-rinar tJie "best film for youth"
award three years ago.
fh vmith Droaram of the
church includes two Saturday
Bight Youth Feuowsnip groups.
rvi ftn fnr hirh school, Junior
college and servicemen meets
t the church. Those of junior
high age meet at the home of
the John Terry's in the Oavi Oavi-lan
lan Oavi-lan area. These programs are
open for all the youth of the
community.
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served at the Tivoli Guest House
after the caremony.
The bride-elect was comple complemented
mented complemented at a pre-nuptial party
given this week by Mrs. Malela
Martinelli and Mrs. Elisa Martl Martl-nelll
nelll Martl-nelll at the residence of the lat
ter.
Doctor's Wives Club
Members of the Doctor's Wives
Club will have a coffee meeting
by the swimming pool at Fort
Kobbe next weanesoay morning
at t.
A craiy hat contest will be a
feature of the meeting.
Doctor's wives of Fort Kobbe
will be hostesses, with Mrs. Joy
Hagan chairman.
Point Four Official
Honored A. "Hilton Today
Mmhri of the Point Four pro
gram in Panama will entertain
this afternoon i- honor of Rollln
S. Atwood, who Is visiting in Ma Manama.
nama. Manama. ..
The cocktail party will be new
Krupp Reveals
W. German Mills
BnilH For Soviet
TOKYO (UPI Alfried Krupp
said yesterday his giant Wst
German iron and steel empire
was working on an order from
the Soviet union tnat migni de determine
termine determine whether he would do
business with Communist China.
The industrialist told newsmen
the Soviet order was "not a very
big one." He said ne am not pian
to do business with other Com Communist
munist Communist countries until 'we see
what kind of experience we have
with Russia."
Krupp is here on a five-week
visit to explore "possibilities of
cooperation" with Japan.

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6:00 mJ 10 :m. mtf
in the Balboa Room of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Hilton Hotel. A large number
of Invitations have been issued.
ONTIKUED ON PAG! IVf
Little League
Boys 7, Girls 6
An unsuperstitious stork, not dll
turned by the second Friday the
13th of the year, delivered 13 ba
bies at Goreas Hospital during the
week which ended Monday. One of
the babies was born on Friday the
13th. During the same period, 170
patients were admitted and 187
were discharged.
Parents of the Friday the 13th
baby, a boy, are Mr. and Mrs. W.
St. 0. Thomas of Panama.
The other six boys were born to
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ford, of Gamboa ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wheeler, of
Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jime
nez, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. H
W. Parker, of Albrook; Mr. and
Mrs. F. F. Brooks, of Panama;
and Mr. and Mrs. J. G.Rivas, of
Panama. (
The girls were born to Mr. and
Mrs. V. E. Ramsay, of Pedro Mi Miguel;
guel; Miguel; Sgt. and Mrs. J. F. McCurdy,
of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. C O.
Sanchez, of Chorrera; Ale and
Mrs. D. E. Keifer, of Locona; M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. and Mrs. C. J. Watson, of
Fort Clayton; and Cpl. and Mrs.
C. E. Lofton, of Fort Kobbe.
Jewish Newsletter
Flays Protestants
On Kennedy Query
WASHINGTON (UPI) A Jew
ish publication accused a Protes
tant group yesterday of injecting
"anti-Cathotie bigotry" into the
I960 presidential election cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The charge was aimed at Pro Protestants
testants Protestants and Other Americans
United for Separation of Church
and State. The organization has
demanded that .Sen. John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy (D-Mass.) and other Catholic
Political candidates answer a ser series
ies series of questions about their stand
on church-stat relations.
The proposal was critized in an
editorial published in the social
action newsletter of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
chief organ o' reform Judaism in
the United States.
The editorial said Protestants
United "seems to have been de deflected
flected deflected from its intended pur purposes'
poses' purposes' of preserving church-stafe
separation "into a position of ob obsessive
sessive obsessive anti-Catholicism.'
It said it was unfair and un un-American
American un-American to design a political
Questionnaire directed at "Catho "Catholic
lic "Catholic and only Catholic candidates
for high public office."
"If surh a questionnaire is need needed,
ed, needed, i" -'oOld be directed to all
c"-' rt the Jewish newslet newsletter
ter newsletter said.
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Winter Sports
ACROSS
1 hockey
4 Winter
v vehicles
t sled race
12 Put on
13 Japanese
gateway
14 Palm leaf
15 Boundary
(coipb,form)
16 Storehouse
17 Entire
19 Shelf
20 Requisite
22 Stray
24 Legal point
25 Small draught
28 Anger
50 Grasp
34 Assistance
35 Biblical place
36 Recent
(comb, form)
37 French
pronoun
38 Suffix
1 39 Number
40 Girl's name
42 Dress stone
43 Sklnk
44 Loiter
46 Wapiti
48 Felt concern
(with lor)
51 Bridal path i
55 Blackbird
56 Abdicate
60 Slight bow
61 Footlike part
62 Puff up
63 Individual
64 Female ihetp
65 Horseman
66 Small tumor
, DOWN
1 False god
2 Apple center
3 Geraint's wife
in Arthurian
legend
4 to let
sailboat f
5 Land parcel
6 Age,
7 Immerse
S SUter
9 Ice sail
racing
10 Spanish jar
H Volley 1
19 Jewel
21 Devotee
23- in a
toboggan
1 event
24 Fail to follow
' suit in cards t
25 English lady
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(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of th Panama
Canal Zone.)
'Your Evening Bibfe Reading:
St. Matthew 22:1-10
TAKING COD FOR GRANTED
"This wedding Is ready but
they which were bidden were
not worthy., Go ye therefor into
th highways, and as many as
ye shall find, bid to the mar mar-raigt."
raigt." mar-raigt." This parable of the wedding
feast may seem harmless enough
to us; but it was anything but
harmless to the enemies of good
religion. The people in the story
who had received the original
git-edged invitations and had
spurned them represent the spir spiritually
itually spiritually privileged people of Israel
who were sure they were God's
special favorites., 'f
This is one Of the signs of bad
religion. Our' Lord had tried
to bring them into the Kingdom
of God. Their response wag fheir
rejection of Him., leading to His
crucinxion.
'But God will not be thwarted;
He will turn to others; perhaps e e-ven
ven e-ven She forgotten people of the
world: the poor, the hungry, the
illiterate, the "second-class" citi citizens.
zens. citizens. "They which were bidden
were not worthy" for they took
God s favor for granted.
' No person who seeks good reli religion
gion religion should be able to read this
parable with the comfortable feel feeling
ing feeling that it- is aimed at somebody
else. Spiritual history has a way
of repeating itself.
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2? Mine entrance 48 Sleeveless
29 Hindu queen
31 Poker stake
32 Retain'
33 Eternities
41 Drink made
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45 Viper
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49 Afresh
50 Get up
52 shoes
53 Solitary
54 Paradise
67 Yale
58 Insane
59 Follower
Because we are so sure of
God's favor and goodness to us,
we are tempted to fake it all ior
granted. But as history shows us,
whenever God's ("special friends"
take His favor for granted, God
goes out and finds "friends" who
do not.
The mark of God's special
friends is added responsibility in
the spread of His Kingdom. That
does not mean centering the
Kingdom within ourselves, but do doing
ing doing everything for its spread' to
others or every race, nation and
tongue.
Engineers Society
Plans Annual Event
At Tivoli March 28
The Canal Zone Society of Pro
fessional .'Engineers will hold its
annual business meeting on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday eviial,'4tf arch 28, in the
fern Room? of the Tivoli Guest
House. The meeting will be open
to all themberV their ladies and
guests.
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Refreshments will be served
during the social hour which is
scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m.
Dinner will be served at about 7
and will be followed by a brief
business meeting.
Persons planning 1o attend the
meeting should make reservat:ons
befort Tuesday with Al Mittag,
Clayton 4l42; Tony Mann, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1868: George Abel, Albrook
7293; or Dick Potter, Balboa 1267.

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"Here is a tough v luck hand. hand.-Tme
Tme hand.-Tme enough, I bid six and made
seven but my partner really got
mad at me. You see, I was not
proud of my opening bid and
when she asked for kings t lied
ind bid six clubs only, showing
no kings while actually I held
two of them. If I had just made
six my partner would, have for forgiven
given forgiven me; now she is still mad."
Dummy's ace of hearts won the
opening lead and three rounds of
clubs followed. Milton ruffed the
third club lead with dummy's nine
of trumps. An unusual safety
play that guarded against any
combination of adverse trumps
even five in one hand. Once the
nine spot held the trick Milton
made seven.
Strangely enough, if seven had
been bid the best percentage play
would have lost the hand. At
seven Milton would have ruffed
with dummy's queen. This wpuld
lose against the actual 4-1 trump
break, but would win against any
2 break. The odds are better
than two to one in favor of a suit
breaking 3-2.
The problem of lying about
your aces and kings arises fre
quently when the Blackwood con
vention is used. It will be discus discussed
sed discussed in the next couple of articles.
Q The bidding has been:
North East Sooth West
I If Pass Pass
2 Pass r
You, South, hold: r
4KJ19 91 via 4t1S AMIS
What do you dor
A Pas. Tew parteer imw Mt.
asked yea U bid wad. ?o have
reasonable support for data.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding continues with
two hearts by West and passes
by North and East. What do you
do now?
. Answer Tomorrow
Meetings
KNIGHTS OP Columbus
The Faurto Decree Assembly of
the Knigh'i of Columbus will hold
a monthly business meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 8:15 at the Pa
nama-Balboa Council 1371, in Bal
boa.
Before the meeting, an infor
mal dinner will be served at the
Tivoli Guest House at 5; 13. All
members are invited to attend,
with a special invitation to mem-
berg of the Armed Forces.
COLK JEWELS MISSING
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI)
The wife of singer Nat (King)
Cole reported to police Sunday the
loss of a two-diamond, four-pearl
platinum earring valued at $1,000.
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,
Fernando Lamas appears to
have solved hit difficulties with
Arlene Dahl,: but "more troubles
loom on the horizon. His ex-wife,

ldia, has come up to ; New York,, ha .run had one of the most Ira Ira-from
from Ira-from Argentina to prepare a law- pressive advance reservation list

suit charging non-support of their
offspring. She'll probably go to Ca
lifornia to file the papers. .He-
pons irom me Wenninger vuwc
Indicate that Gene Tierney is
making great progress and may
be able to leave-within a month
...Pope John XXIII dropped a nint
to a recent important visitor from
America that Hil Holiness is con considering
sidering considering the possibility of a trip to
the United States this year.
Kim Novak must get plenty of
kicks kidding the journalists who
interview Her In a poignant story
a rich, beautiful and famous movie
describing how rugged it was to b
star, Kim was quoted, quite se seriously,
riously, seriously, as saying she didn't even
get a chance to go to the theatre
except when it was necessary for
her to study a part with a view to
playing it on the screen. (Natural
quiz question: Whai role does she
expect to get in the cinema ver version
sion version of 'Les Ballets Africains"?)
. .Edith, Piaf on the road to reco recovery,
very, recovery, has asked her1 manager to
get tickets to "Sweet Bird of You
so she can spend her first night out
'of the hospital watching the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Williams hit.
Carol Lawrence of "West Side
Story," who couldn't got out of her
contract to do "Gypsy," is being
sought for the lead opposite Ric Rickey
key Rickey Roomey in the Griffiths "and
Prince Musical, "Fiorella," al although
though although it's doubtful tha journa journalists
lists journalists who covered the La Guardia
era will-be able1 to understand
why. No one as young, beautiful
and glahnorous as Miss Lawrence
ever figured Fiorella's life wh
he was Mayor of New York. .
William Ho'den, just back from his
African safari, sported the most
devastati"? ountan on the dance
floor at El Marocco.
Ernest Borenine, who told the
press that reports of his romance
te
.with Kay Jurado were silly he
eally hardly knew her. and any
way he was married at the time, so
how could they suggest such a
thing? has followed the typical
Hollywood pattern by confirming
the items he denied. He's given
Katy a diamond engagement
ring.
When and if crooner Tommy
Leonfettl testifies before ,.thev. Sens
ate committee investigation (he
juke box racket, Tin Pan AHey ex
pects him to be handled with vel
vet gloves. Logical reason: the
Senators could scarcely be expect expected
ed expected to lower the boom on Tommy a
small-fry in the pop music busin
ess and 'forget' to ask a few em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing questions of a far
more famous and successful pop
singer whose chuinminess with
mobsters won't be exposed be because
cause because he's making it socially with
close relations' pf one of the mem members
bers members of the investigation body.
It's an example of the inescap
able law; blood is thicker than
champagne and politics often
forces an ambitious man to com compromise
promise compromise With his ideals.
Linda Christian's sister, Art-
adna, is seriously ill in Mexico
.Apparently the exhibitors don t
become unduly excited about the
Oscar nominations. Maureen Sta-
pleton is up for an Academy Awa
but the Victoria Theatre can't
find room her name on its mar
quee, although it lists four other
penormers.
Chez Vno s anniversary party
planned the presence of visiting
musicians and ooera staffers to sit
in with the regular cast during
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by Dorothy Killgalleni

the schmaltzy numbers .-.Cad yon
I wait? Rafael Trujillo Jr. Ii having
a book of his love peomi publish-
ed. .'.',
-f ',,;'.,
V Sammy Davis Jr. 's Copacaba-
is years, despite Lent and taxes.
i -.Arue snaw really must be
mystified by some of the s kooky
items that have appeared. in
announcing' his return to "the
band business, it particularly be
wildering; perhaps it referred to
some other Shaw George ?er
nard, -for instance? ;
Eydie Gome Ulls friends she's
getting twice as much salary ; as
Joe E. Lewis at Chicag's Chez Pa Pa-ree,
ree, Pa-ree, but she wouldn't accept tap
billing over the .veteran comedian,
although the management! offer offered
ed offered it to her. .An important 11.
quor firm is worried about a boy boycott
cott boycott by Negro groups because of
activities of its members in the
American Bar Assn. .Time flies
for Princess Margaret. Two of
her former escorts became; father
in a week: Rory ; McEwen and
Christopher Lloyd."
Lionel Hampton's concert at
Carnegie Hall on Sunday night
wiu ra nia zuin anniversary as
a bandleader and should : b
blockbuster, as he plans to un unleash
leash unleash his classics in all theh me
morable fury. .Panama is the
hew headouarters for the Com
munist party In Central and
South America, no question about
it. .The Broadway bookies got
clipoed but good during the
basketball season. .'
MercMoeable TV
Tales Gel Preview
CHICAGO (UPI) Television
program tapes at interchangeable
as buttons on a man's vest nad
a preview today before a national
group of broadcast engineers.
Recent Advances in magnetic
tape enable replaying, copying ot
splicing for any combination oi
videotape machines, manufactur
er Ross H. Snyder told the 13th
annual broadcast engineering con conference.
ference. conference. ,. ... ,,
Synder said the resulting syn
dication of network program!

would become the "preferred and
commonest means of producing
high-quality, low cost television
entertainment."' l"

A;; note, jf caution came1 -from
mi(aglnfcf director Bill Michaels i
of WJBK-TV in Detroit, who toon
part in a panel sponsored by the
National Assn. of Broadcasters
convention.
He said the tape is not a
"panacea for all our daily-operat
ing aches and pains," although
potential profits and program

standards make tne tape s costs
a "type of expense we enjoy add adding,
ing, adding, if there is such a thing."
A Raleigh, N. C. engineer, Vir Virgil
gil Virgil Duncan of WRAL-TV,' esUmat esUmat-ed
ed esUmat-ed yearly tape costs on a 20-hour-per-week
schedule ,at $28, $28,-688.40,
688.40, $28,-688.40, and "worth every jtenny.'
According to Snyder, video
products manager of the Ampex
Corp, programs on the tape have
virtually th same technical qual quality
ity quality as live programs, can, be
stored for, periods of Several
years,- and can be broadcast at
local stations' conference.

DICK POWILL IMPROVES
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI)
Actor-prodacer Dick Powell, 54,
hospitalized last Wednesday with
bronchitis; 'today was reported
steadily improving at m. Jonns
Hospital.
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ROBERT A! f ARQUHARSON, First Secretary 6f the BriUsh Embassy to Panama, la pictared above
- he addresses members of the American Public Relations Association during a luncheon held last:
tetk at the Papama' Hilton Hotel. Farquharson who has had previous diplomatic, service in Russia and
i Germany, talked on "Free Trade Areas in Europe." In the photo from left to right are Ricardo Brin;
Parqunarsorf; F, Fi Purdy, APRA president? and Francisco de la Guardia.

Soctal aricls
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Chilean Visitor Feted
At Dinner PartiuTonioht
The Peruvian Ambassador' to
Panama sad Mrs. Jose Franc'sco
Mlriat gui will entertain this
veniag at' a dinner party at aha
Embassy in honor of Pedro Gar Garcia
cia Garcia Jluerta, President of the
Jockey Club of Santiago, .Chile
ho is visiting on the Isthmus.:

Curundu Protestant Youth

Starts For Camp Satui

Oa Saturday t 9:30 a.m. young
peoae utounsetors' WU1 ieavu
fflurch iw tneir, annual youth
Camp.. The camp this year wilt be
- heut the motuitauis. near Jfil
' lie. -' ''
ince an anniial week of Christ Christ-islu
islu Christ-islu camping was begun by tfle
chUtchj the atienaauce and in in-teres
teres in-teres uas continued to grow, xnu
year registration has to be "raw-
eaievenly-s'even' counselors and
voung people will pehd .the week
in &tianWVouh CamP, The,
,eap wiU close on Friday noon,
Mutt Zh, j, ..
Those helping in the camp as
teacberi ua ; workers -ares Mr.
and Mrs,- Plubp, Steers, Mr. BUI
Worsha Francis Baggott, v jtet.
aa Mri.TonvHash, (iene Acree,
RcJjeWrwMcCpylA
. Adolphv iMrai Robe,rt t H!
, a!iid Mrfc OUs Baron, Mr. .and Mrs,
William ; Evev Mrs. Orin Darlini,
Ipjg Linda1 Reimer, and Rev. MU-
"ton K.f.Leidlg,'
SMany other people of the congre
cation, have assisted in. .many
ways tj make ttois camp a.pos a.pos-slbility.
slbility. a.pos-slbility. ...
IThe camping program wiU con consist
sist consist o; Bible atufly, porting iand
mrmt$ vespers, a. full program
a recreation, including awimming
mountain -cUmbing, Softball, k ck-.SiU-,v
archery, horseshoes,, volley-
frail,. .horseback namg,
PtDRO d'ANDURAIN, who will
-perform at, the USO-JWB tonight,
first appeared as Violin soloist
When he was six. He studied at
th National Conservatory in San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, -Chile and after in New
fYork with Ivan : Galamian. Ac Accompanied
companied Accompanied by Hans JanowiU, d' d'-Andurain.
Andurain. d'-Andurain. will present works by
' Mendelssohn, Bloch and Pablo
Garrido whq is traveling with
him on hii present tour. Admis Admis-:
: Admis-: sion for the general nubile la Ii
r and servicemen and their f ami-
- lies wm d aamtttea free.
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Invitations have been Issued to
a select group of friends.
Mrsi Maiden Returns
Ti States A?ttr Visit
Mrs. Pefigy MacMurrayMaid
en has returned to her home in
the United States after visiting in
Panama. City with her mother,
Mrs. Marguerite MacMurray.
Tamnfire'i will be held', each
Evening and the program then wul
include singing, missionary mes messages,
sages, messages, 4nvitation to accep Christ
at Saviour, marsh-mallow roast,
and k night of dedication to the
Lord. '
Th rtlrptni' of the camo. Rev.
Leidig, has stated that there are
four aims in tne camping pro-
XfWmt U tn lenmv JeiUB Chflfit St
own's personal Saviour from sin.
secona is to grow w no uuj
,oiir .. rhrlatian s Christ be-
,, f.h iirrt nf hi life. Third.
ii to; seek God's will for KisTlif
and then be eoeaieni io mm.
Fourth, is to' enjoy Christian camp
ing and fellowship with every
camper.
tk n.ii fh pflmn this vear
. f h .timiuf hiiDlnl all
cambers and all camper helping
ah MiiiiMlora'i', and .4 callipers
lkkrf to f nresent
and ready to leave", the church by
9;30 a.m. Saturday. Each, person
is asked to take a sack lunch for
the noon meal. The' first -meal in
camp will .be Saturday tvenihg.
Private cara ano station- wag wagons
ons wagons will transport the entire group
tb camp and then return for them
at the close of camp.
On SiiAdaV. Anrll K st 7:00 nm
the entire group will -be' present
In thl vanlni ihlll,lh BATVlr flf
the Curundu Erotestwt Church to
give reports ano. teBiimoiuc cyuf
cerning the camp;
The entire cJt of the week for
each camper .il tU. The phone at
the cburch is Curuttdu 5105 if
there is need ior additional In In-formation.
formation. In-formation.
Imperial Princess
Ih Tokyo To Wed
Youna Ranker
TOKYO, March 19 (UP!) -The
Imperial Household An Announced
nounced Announced today the encasement
01 princess BUga, youn f a 1
aaugnter 01 Emperor Hironuo,
to a 25-year-old bAtiker,
Takeshi Usaml, director of
the Imperial Household Agency,
said the 20-year-old Princess
would marry HisahAga Shlmau,
former, classmate of Crown
Akihlto. -1
After the announcement Shl Shl-maiu,
maiu, Shl-maiu, accompanied by his
mother. Hisako, 61, paldT a for
mal courtesy call on the, Em
peror and Empress.
It was believed that the Prin Princess,
cess, Princess, had much to say in her
choice of a husband-to-be just
as did her Crown Princei bro brother,
ther, brother, who selected Michilto1 Bho
da, a commoner, to be-hls bride.
They will be married April 10.

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OCEANrSPRINRS Mtsx, rtlVU
two heavily- armed fugitives
wan ed for the theft of money
and narcotics at Norfolk, Va..
were captured here early today.
One of the suspects was wound wounded
ed wounded with buckshot when he tried to
pull a gun.
Wilbert Becton, 22, of Satsuma,
Ala., was wounded by two blasts
from a 12-gauge Shotgun when he
tried to pull a pistol. He was
treated at a Biloxi hospital for
leg wounds and then placed under
guard at Jackson County Hospital
at nearby Pascagoula.
Citv Patrolman Thomas Calle
said he spotted Becton reaching
for a pistol after Patrolman Louis
Noble clamfted nno hsnrtenff on
jump and fired both barrels.
Bprtnn and f!lflrn( Flirts 23.
of Norfolk, were caught at about
12:45 a,m. in a 1952 .Packard se
dan officers said they bought in
Washington with most of the i2.
874 taken from Norfolk drug
store. Fuchs was jailed nere ana
later transferred to rascagouia.
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uvean opriugs ruiicv iiici ,r.
T. Broome rsKld 'th "men liad
JS361.50 ih cash of which all but
$147 was in silver, a satchel of
narco'ics and an arsenal of two
.30 caliber oistols. two .25 caliber
semi automatics ana a .32 cs.ii
ber pistol. .H a
Joseph- Btlrch, whbsf offlceri h d
watched" Bec'Sn's home 11 miles
nonn or aiomie sipce tne ourgi-
ry, sain me auto was seen mes mes-day
day mes-day night headed for Mississippi.
He said warran's charBini bur-
ghry and assault with Intent to
jrMin -nrfn'" nffrfr were on file
at the Virg'ftia City.
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slugged a Norfolk nolice lieuten-
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fun iim dpwn. wih the'r eetaway
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LONDON (UPI)-Soviet equip equipment
ment equipment for the first phase of con construction
struction construction of Egypt's Aswan Dam
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Lone Survivor of War Between States
Still Perky Though Bedridden At 116

- HOUSTON. Tex. (UPI)-Walter
Washington Williams, lis, ..re ..remains
mains ..remains today the last living sym symbol
bol symbol of some four million men who.
fought the bloody Civil; War that
sput tne nation nearly a century
ago.
He gained that distinction when
John Sailing, 112, died in a Kings Kings-port,
port, Kings-port, Tenn., clinic Monday.
Williams prdicted six years
ago he would be the last living
survivor. He particularly wanted
to outlive' the last Union veteran
and realized th t ambition two
years ago when Albert Woolson of
Duluth, Minn., joined his com''
rades in death.
Uncle Walt, as Texans respect respectfully
fully respectfully refer tp him, plans, to send
his condolences to Sailing's fam family.
ily. family. He said he "would like to be
over in Tennesaee with him, if I
was able."
Williams was 116 last Nov. 14.
He is blind and has been bedrid bedridden
den bedridden for. several years, but he's
still perky, Dr, R. L, Wolfe, his
physician, examined-jilm Sunday
and said he is still in. good health,
considering his age, and has a
strong pulse and blood pressure.
"I wish my pulse was as
strong," Wolfe said.
Williams was a lad of 19 when
the first fhots were fired en Ft.
Sumter in 1861, touching off the
four years of strife that pitted
brother against brother and father
against son.
He joined Gen. John B. Hood's
5th Cavalry at Corinth, Miss.,
three years later as a "forage "forage-master,''
master,'' "forage-master,'' the forerunner of today's
quRrtrmagter.
Williams was in actiori onlv
once. He recalls that he was with
rebels who ambushed a group
ol Yankees one morning and killed
about 100 of them.
"I don't think we ever need no
war," he mused. "Never seems
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free the Negroes and had to whip
tne bouw to ao it.
UnCle Walt has rliln? ntuhhnrn.
ly to the notion that "ol' U.S.
Grant and the Northern soldiers
were ge'ting ready to quit fight fighting,
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their arms first.
' We didn't get beat, we were
starved out. Got down to- nothin'
but parched acorna to eat. I've
et many a parched acorn he recalls.

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Afof Pitchers Ramos, Hyde
Likely To Be In Big Trade

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March, 19 (UPI) The long
awaited deal between the New York Yankees and
Washington Senators appears ready to pop" with
a bang that would bring back memories of George
Weiss' famous Bob Turley-Don Larsen deal five

years ago.

United Press International
sources in St. Petersburg, Fla.,
and Tampa. Fla, reported that

t.hP Yankee general manager

Is now pressing to include two
pitchers in the deal. These most
litniv would be right handers

Pedro Ramos and Dick Hyde.
The Yankees originally were
dickering only for Hyde.
Both Weiss and president Cal
Qriffith of the Senators con confirmed
firmed confirmed that the negotiations
were expanding into a possible
multi-player transaction after
a two-hour confab In St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg yesterday.
"Yes," nodded Weiss when
asked it he was seeking a
pitcher, and he nodded "yes"
a second time when asked if
more than one pitcher might
be involved.
Griffith said he and Weiss
itarted "with a list of 15 play play-6rs
6rs play-6rs and worked down." He said
she two officials would get to to-lether
lether to-lether in another week and
Idded, "a deal could be made
it any time."
Weiss made one of the most
jensational deals of the decade
five years ago when he acquir acquir-;d
;d acquir-;d Turley and Larsen from the
Baltimore Orioles in a 17-man
transaction. Indications are that
he is trying to build another
such deal in an attempt to land
Ramos and Hyde, one a de

pendable starter and the other
the American League's No. 1 re

lief pitcher last season.
Griffith hinted at a big deal when
he told the UPI in Tampa: "there's
a key name involved that hasn't
ever been mentioned in the pa papers."
pers." papers." There was speculation he
meant Tony Kubek, the Yankees'

regular shortstop last season who

is expendable because second-base

man Gil McDougald easily could
be shifted to that spot. Senator

manager Cookie Lavagetto con concedes
cedes concedes his No. 1 need is for a short shortstop.
stop. shortstop. The entire Florida exhibition
schedule was rained out again yes yesterday
terday yesterday and the San Francisco
Giants beat the Chicago Cubs, 11 11-8,
8, 11-8, at Phoenix, Ariz., and the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox downed the Cleveland
Indians, 14-7, at Tucson, Ariz., in
the only grapefruit activity.
Andre Rodgers led the Giants'
14-hit attack with a double and two
singles but the star of the game

was 1958 M.V.P Ernie Banks of
the Cubs who connected for three
doubles and a single to raise his
spring batting average to .394. To Tony
ny Tony Taylor of the Cubs also had a
triple and two singles bringing his
spring hit-total to 18.
Rooki Pumpti Grn ham hammered
mered hammered out two homers and Dick
Gernert hit one as fh Red Sox
roared to their ninth victory in
10 games with a Jl -hit attack.
Billy Console also homered and
had three singles for the Red
Sox. Rocky Colavlto hit his fifth
of the spring for Cleveland.
Other camp hews: Bob .Skinner

ib piraiflt' mariincr ani-imcr mrrii

1 U ....... . U ... IT fc.V
with .318 average.. Bill Mazeroskij

hitting 313 and Rocky Nelson .312

Florida teams, now througnly

messed up by rain, worked out in

doors and in between puddles ...

rookie Ron Fairly of the Los An

geles Dodgers reported improved

condition in injured hip after whirl

pool treatment.

Perea Meets
Jorge Quintero
Sunday At Gym

Lightweight contended Enri Enrique
que Enrique Perea and Jorge (Avispon)
Quintero will meet Sunday night
in a 10-round feature match at
the National Gym. The weight
limit Is 135-pounds.

In the eight-round semifinal of
th four-bout pre-Easter card,
veteran Vicente Worrell clashes
with Patrocinlo Allen at 126
pounds.
A six-rounder brings together
Andres Allen and Carlos Canti Canti-llo
llo Canti-llo at a weight limit of 130
pounds. Andres and Palrocinio
are two fighting brothers who
hail from Colon.
Jose Peres and Luis Ibarra
will swap punches in the four four-round
round four-round curtain r j s e r at 126
pound.

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Elks 1414
Gibraltar-Life'v.
Seymour Agency;
Police
Spur Cola
Lincoln Life

W L
4 2
4 2
3 2
2 3
2 4
2 4

Elks 10 Spur Cols I

Paraiso Senior
Softball Loop

STANDINGS
Team
Marlboro
Cafe Harlem
Trojans
Cardoze and Lindo

W L
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4 2
2 5
1 4

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Game Played Friday, March 13
The league leading' Marlboro
handed the second-place Cafe Har Harlem
lem Harlem a 16-6 lacing last Friday at
the Paraiso softball diamond. The
winners collected seven hits and
the losers were only able to col collect
lect collect four.
Don Syder and Jimmie Evers Evers-ley
ley Evers-ley hit homeruns for Marlboro. E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo "Japon" Diaz continued his

great hitting as he picked up two

safeties in an equal number of

trips to the plate. For the losers

leftfielder Billy Griffiths 'Was the

leading hitter with two hits m

three trips.

Eduardo Morrell was the win

ning pitcher and the loss was ab
sorbed by his brother, Raymond
who started for the Harlemites
He was relieved by Willie Jules.

Game Played Monday, March 23
Cafe Harlem registered a 5-4

squeaker over the Troians last

Monday evening behind the five
hit pitching of Willie Jules.
The Harlemites unleashed a 12

hit attack against Trojans hurler

John West that included two cir circuit
cuit circuit clouts one by George .Grif .Griffith
fith .Griffith with onp aboard and the other
by Theophilus Peterkin with the
bases empty.

Thomas Scott, 4-3, and George

Griffith, 3-3, were the leading hit hitters
ters hitters for the winners, and Robert
Samuels, with two hits in four
trips, was the leader among the
losers.

The next scheduled game, to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 4:45 p.m., will feature
the Troians against the league league-leading
leading league-leading Marlboro. This game is ex

pected to draw a large sized
crowd.

Par Fan Mixed League
Won Lost
Pin Pate 46V 27V4
Stingers 45V4 30V4
Cherry Pickers 43 33
Jon-I-Cols 40 36
Peppers 38V4 37V4
HI-HOs 35Mi 40V4
Wing Dings 28V4 47V4
Jesters 26J4 49V4

Cherry Pickers 3 Pin Pals 1
The Cherry Pickers picked on

the league leaders, Pin Pals, and
if it had not been for two Stubborn
pins in the last session the Cher Cherry
ry Cherry pickers would have picked up
all four points. As it was they
walked off with three, by a very

close margin. The opening round
was settled by 15, and thesecond

by six and the TP by 19.

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CAMP BIERO 7:00
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BALBOA THEATRE
MARCH 24th, 1959
'Mexican Boys Choir"
On Stage: 8:00 p.m

Pompey In HospN

Alter Suffering
10th Round Kayo
PAISLEY, Scotland, March 19 19-(UPD
(UPD 19-(UPD Former world lightheavy lightheavy-weight
weight lightheavy-weight title challenger Yolande
Pompey of Trinidad was detain :d
overnight in hospital here with a

concussion after he had taken a
ten round beating and knockout
in a scrap last night.
Pompey, 29, was clubbed so sev severely
erely severely by unknown bricklayer Chick
Calderwood he could not be ic ic-moved
moved ic-moved from the ring for some 20
minutes after the fight.
He had failed by just five sec seconds
onds seconds to keep his proud record of
never having taken the full count.
That was all that was left of the

tenth and final round when refe referee
ree referee Frank Wilson ended his count

above the motionless Pompey.
This morning a hospital surgoon
said "we decided to keep him here
for observation when we discover
ed he had concussion. He's pro progressing
gressing progressing normally alter a fairly
comfortable night."
Pompey had been behirld on
points all the way to his slugging
22-year-old opponent who cut ioosc
with a fusillade of punches in the
final round.

The chief mogul of the Cherry
Pickers was the Saint Mike St.
Michael with, a 520 scratch, and he
had able assistance from his angel

Gail 519 handicap. For the Pin
Pals who operated with two ab absentees,
sentees, absentees, Bobee Kelly was the

high "man" with her 534 scratch.
Stingers 4 Peppers 0
With the Pin Pals losing three,

the Stingers picked up some valu

able points when they swept their

series with the Peppers, and the
Stingers are now only one marker

out of the top slot.

Don McGuire paced his Stingers
and sot ample support from his

lady fair, Betty, and from the Bal-

lards, Bea and Frank when all
of the'm went over the 500 handi

cap mark. The Peppers were not
without their 500 handicap bowlers

because Scotty Mahon, Dave Dav

enport and Fran Canady did the

trick.
Jesters 3 Wing Dings 1

The Jesters are not jesting In
their drive to get out of. the cellar,

and in taking on the team right
above them. Wing-Dings, the Jes

ters in winning three are only two
points in the cellar. The Lund
Family took charge of the Jesters
attack with Mary being high with
546 handicap, and Ray with 524.
Charlie Jackson and Doc Wilburn

were the hot ones for the Wing
Dings, and with a little more luck

they could have won the first one,

which went down the drain by
hree pins, and the second one by

21, and the TP by eight maples.
Hi Hos 1 Jon-J-Cols 3

The Jon-I-Cols took the opener

easily, but after that the match got
close, but the Jon-I-Cols managed

to squeak by one Single pin. The
worm turned in the finale and the
lli-Hos had some good fortune by
winning by 29. Lucky ones and
winning by 29. Lucky Jones and
tributors for the Jon-I-Cols in go going
ing going over the 500 handicap sets,
whereas the HI Hos had no can candidate
didate candidate for this elite society.

OFF AND SAILING Anstem Samuelstuen leaves th chute on his way to 203-foot leap in
the second of two at Fox Rivet Grove, hard by Chicago, where he won the senior men's cham championship
pionship championship injht Norge Ski Jumping Meet The Boulder, Colo,, resident did 191 feet in first try
One Time As Pitching Hero

Howard Emhke Dies at Age 64

In 'contrast to the low hitting
games that have beeir-m style re recently
cently recently at the Pacific Little League,
the fans were treated to free scor-

2 fing and'plenty of hitting. Twenty

iuiu una i aug uii uie Dais m ooin
teams, Elks and Spur Cola. There

were frve douqies and two home
runs. When .the smoke of the bat battle
tle battle cleared away, the Elks were
ahead hy two runs'lO to 8, and

this was tne tnird game in a tow
that the Spur Colas lost by one run
in the late innings.

The spurs, jumped off to an ear early
ly early lead by scoring thrice in the
iiiH a 1 tnnintf anI flninrf ievtst a

fifth inning they were ahead 8 to

3, when the Elks unloosed a say-

age attack, racking up seven hits

for Steven mnr .

The win for the Elks. nut them

into a tie lor first place, wmia tne
loss for the Spur Colas has put

mem mio a ae ior me ceuar posi position.
tion. position. V r "'

Billy Egolf and catcher Mc-

Grath had the homeruns, and Bil-

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mer Philadelphia Athletics pitch pitcher
er pitcher Howard Emhke, whose record
of 13 strikeouts as a surprise
starter in the opening game of
the 1929 World Series stood for
24 vears. died suddenly in a hos-

nital Tuesday at the age of 64.

Private funeral services will be
held tomorrow for the tall right righthander,
hander, righthander, who was in the fading

vears of an outstanding 15-year

American League career when he
made baseball history against the
Chicago Cubs for Connie Mack's
Atlctics.
Emhke had a season record of
7-2 and had appeared in only 55
innings when Mack named him
to open the World Series in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago to the astonishment of the
baseball world and even his team

mates

During the season be had left
the club Presumably1' with a sore

arm -and didri.'t travel on one road

trip ',

The bie hurler was ousy work

inff out duietly at the old Phillies

ball park in Philadelphia and

scouting the Cub batters on his
own. jm

He Ditched- a masterfufr 3-1 win

over the Cubs and his strikeout
record stdod until 1953 when Carl
Erskine of the Brooklyn Dodgers

fanned 14 rNew York Yankees.

After Erskine broke his record,

Emhke commented "I'm glad
it's over I had it for a long, long
while, but it actually was a strain
after the first glamor wore off."

Emhke retired from baseball in

1930 and operated his own canvas

fabricating business with his wite,
Marguerite, who is his only sur survivor.

PAF FINALISTS Battling1 for the doubles title in the finals of
the Panama Armed Forces tennis tournament this Saturday will be
Albrook's two top racket men, Cols. Nicholas Powel, left, and Ro Roland
land Roland Sliker. They will oppose Fort Kobbe's Sgt. Ray Schilling and
Sp4 Bill Pace at 3 p.m. at Rodman Naval Station. (Navy Photo)

Six Teams Enter

Commandant's Cup

Golf Tournament
Six teams have entered the Com Commandant's
mandant's Commandant's Cup golf tournament

scheduled to begin this weekend
in the 15th Naval District.
The teams are Rodman Naval
Station, Marine Barracks, Staff,
Naval Commimications Station,
Balboa and Cristobal Harbor De Defense
fense Defense Units.

The annual race for the covet coveted
ed coveted cup is scheduled to begin A A-pril
pril A-pril 2.

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Whatever
Happened to .
BILL (Baby Doll) JACOBSON
Bill Jacobson was an American

League outfielder from 1915

through 1927, starring for eigni oi
those years in center for the old

St. Louis Browns. Known as

"Babv Doll." he not only was a

fine fielder but handy with a bat

averaging .311 for his major

lea sue career, in one streicn ior

the Browns he hit .323, ,355, .352,

and .317 with that peak ,355

coming in 1920. In his final sea
son ho nlaved with- three differ

ent clubs Boston, Cleveland and

Philadelphia. ; i
Whatever happened to Bill Ja Jacobson?
cobson? Jacobson? Now 58, i he has a .farm
near Davenport, Iowa, j-
Fight Results
MIAMI BACHj) Fja. ItTPJ) -Rudy
Sawyer, 150, New York, but but-pointed
pointed but-pointed Kid Fischique, 146, Ha Havana
vana Havana do. ' a- v

BOSTON, (UPI ) Paut Pender,
160. Brookline, Mass, outpointsu
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, ,157141; Yon-

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Cricket News

Pacific Cricket N.wt

Top Professionals
To Participate

In St. Pefe Open

St. Petersbtirg. Fla. (UPI)

Golf's touring professionals, mov moving
ing moving down the Florida peninsuia,
tee 'off today in the $15j000
St. f Petersburg Open champion

ship.

This year's tourney, the 24th an

nual event; will be played on the
Lakewood Country Club course, a
par 72 layout which stretches for

6,519 ,yards 1

nearly an me leaaing proies proies-sionals
sionals proies-sionals ort the 1959 tour are en entered.
tered. entered. The only star missing is
Ken Verituri of Palo Alta, Calif.

Arnold .Palmer of Latrobe, Pa,
will be back to defend his title.

He shot a four-round 276 last year
to win the event at the Pasadena
Country Club, then went on to win

me Masters.

Also oh hand will be Paul 11a-

ney of Worcester, Mass, who set
a new course record of 19 under
par, a 269, to win the Pensacola

Open Sunday.
Dr. Cary Middlecoff of Memphis,
playing out of the Diplomatic Uo.

tel and Country Club at Miam,',
and said to be tuning up for the

Masters, will enter the St. Pete

Open to make his first appear appearance
ance appearance of the winter tour.

Also entered are the top money-

winners of the PGA tour Art
Wall Jr. of Pocono Manor. Pa:

Gene '..Littler, iSlnging Hills, Calu;
and John McMullin, Fair Oaks,
Calif..

Scavenger Hunt -Planned
Sunday
AH Volkswagen car owners are
Invited to participate x in a sca scavenger
venger scavenger hunt next Sunday.
Interested persons should meet at

the side parking area of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Clubhouse at ip a.m.';
The hunt is sponsdred-hy. the

An interesting battle between

batsmen and bowlers marked the

sixth league match played on the
Pacific side between the Womack
American Whisky and Paraiso
C.C., at Paraiso on Sunday, Mar.
15. So keen was the game that at
the end of play, W.A.W. score was
154 runs for 7 wickets declared
and Paraiso C.C. 43 for 7 wicket3.
The match ending, in a draw.
The bulk of the W.A.W. ru'ns
came from A. Waithe 64. C. Cere Cere-zo
zo Cere-zo 42, E. Jordon '11 and J.- Red Redmond
mond Redmond 10.
Bowling for Paraiso G. Bruton
captured 3 wickets for 26 tuns, C.
Cox 2 for 34, B. Williams 1 for 57,
A. Shan 1 for 28 and A. Luke 0

for 20.

Batting last on a wicket which

showed no sign of wear, the only

Paraiso batsman to reach double

figures was Capt. G. Bruton who
came in when the score boaid

read 7 wickets for 17 runs ana

with forceful hitting he and B. Wu

Hams took the score to 43 before

stumps were drawn. Bruton s score

was 16 not out and a. Williams 8

not out. :,..

For W.A.W. C.C. M. Smith took

2 wickets for 3 runs, C. Cerezo 1

for 2, A. Waithe 3 for 15, G. Brown
1 for 13 and Jv R.' Redmond 0 for 6.

Umpires were A. Barber and J J-Tudor.
Tudor. J-Tudor. The prizes donated by the league
were wort by A. Waithe for mak making
ing making the most runs and taking more
wickets than any other1 jlayer in
the same match.
On Sunday, March 22, Clovclly
C.C. will play the Wonjack Ameri American
can American Whisky C.C, at Paraiso. The
game starts at 12.30 p.m.
Players will note that many of
thf drawn games can be traced
to a late start due to the current

tendency of most playerg arriving

late on the cricket field. .?

After ail it is only a day avail

able for, play, therefore, cricket cricketers
ers cricketers should make good use of i the
time alloted to them, thereby
bringing the matches .to a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory conclusion. i

NEW YORK (UPI) A total of
130 hayburners are eligible today
for the May 2 running of the
Kentucky Derby and, if the no nomenclature
menclature nomenclature class will come to
order, Fearless Fraley will prdVe
that only a bare handful of these
nags have a galloping ghost of a
chance. : i
To open the session, let it be

said tnat it long has. been a

theory in this corner that names

play a great part in tne maiun

of a champion., ibis. n.aoeen

contested manv umes. j.

.But I 'still have never heard of

anybody name'd Oscar, Etheiburt

or Algernon winning tne neavy neavy-weieht
weieht neavy-weieht championship of the world,

or even the light heavyweight

championship of the world.
V Classy Hindi. Wins
Getting back to the derby, the

top horse opera-of the year, it

usually is a colt with a ciassy

handU which wins this one. too,

As example, past winners inciuae

such as 'Count Fleet, Extermina

tor, War Admiral, Ass"11, Count

Tuf and Iron Liege. Native

Dancer was a great horse with a

swishy name so he ran second in

this one to the propheticaiiy propheticaiiy-named
named propheticaiiy-named Dark Star.
There have been some real
daisies among the names of those
who went postward in the i derby
and failed miserably. How could

they expect them to run with

such tagse Like, say: Bankrupt,

who did just that to his backers;

Cherry Pie, a juicy 20th; Dog Dog-patch,
patch, Dog-patch, who was; Frogtown, should
have been a jumper; In niemo-

riam, whole tote tickets ought to

have been edged in black; Vaga

bond, a real bum; One PmTe,
what he was worth, and Water

melon, who was,
Other Poor Names
I don't know whether some of
these good-sounding colts can run
a lick, but this corner has to go
along with such uninhibited colts
this time as Count Mighty, Firit

Landing, Great One, Mighty Sir'-'
x- a nn.M

aim iiary iviue ab xui iuiuj
Lee, I don't think he's got tj; ";!;
Chinaman's chance. It's another'"
case of 'no tickee, no laundry." ";

Here are some others you can

have when they blow, boots and

saaaies tor; tne rose run;.;

Am 'Away His position at the"'.,

finish .. i-.

Another Sin If you Tut money

on him ... . -- !'': i

Audience Where he'll wind up'.ff,
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TROPHIES FOR GOLFERS Holders of low scores at the Tort
Clayton Golf Club for the .month of February receive, awards
'from Lt, Col-- Joseph P'.VMlchl,. deputy -post commander, left.
Mrs. .EvelynC Turner,- winner of the women's flight, took; top
honors with ,a 67 'while Sfc. Andrew Geslik won the men's flight
with a 66. (U.S. Army Photo).

. by"
JQE WILLIAMS ;

LAKELAND, Fla., March1 18 -Even
babes in pef-ambulators
must, know Warren Edward
Spahn is the greatest left-hand
pitcher in the business, but just
what is it that makes him tower
above all the others? '
The thought odcurred, ,that no
better authority V ett the' Braves'
gifted elbower could ; be found
than .gtan Musial, the greatest
left-hand batsman in the National
league. The two came up at vir vir-tuaUyj
tuaUyj vir-tuaUyj the lame time, Musial in
SptiM; in Musial 'has a
eareervage,W OitB'Beveir
battine championships. Spahn has
had nine seasons in which he won
20 or more games and leads all
contemporaries in shutouts with
"What makes, him the great greatest?
est? greatest? '. Musial- echoed, between
oft, languorous warm-up tosses
along -the third-base' line."
, .'A lot ol it's p here,' said the
Cardinals demigod, expresively
tapping his skull. "He knows the
hitters what they like, what they
don't, but most of all, he knows
, .Well, a doctor friend of mine
calls it their behavior spattern.
"Most of us would call it mind
reading, The guy. seems to know
exactly' how'i you'll react, what
you'll do in any given situation
And e's right so often, it can't
be' gjessing. Another thing, he'll
spot flaw, the slightest deviation,
in ytfur batting from 'right away,
Another thing, I think he's got
FBI Stood in him.:
Spahn will be 38 April 23, an
age fthich finds' most pitchers re relegated
legated relegated to spot assignments, or
relietV status. Not-this fellow. He's
still She Braves' No., 1 staffer-as
the HL rulers aim for their third
straight championship. . .and to
help them to it, he's working on
a deceptive motion, designed to
sharien his curve. r
"Tat would he -like the guy,"
grinned Musial as he scooped a
lazyjeturn lob out of the sandy
mssf "He's always think of dif different
ferent different ways to take the bread anH
butter away from us hitters. At
first his big pitch, was the fast ball

lenTwueu uis apeea oegan m laue

v oeveiopea a screwoau. xnai

s pne of the jew years he didn t

fsocifically; ft was S57lle won

;v iosi x. a ne year ueiore ne was
the yearc before that, 23-7

1tnan ka or z.io, Dom'tops tor

the jea'gue. loaay :a pitcner :wno
jfdns' 17 Considers' it 'a big' year.
That, Spahn wis dissatisfied with
a brilliant 21 is a major key te the
man,' and his continuing mystery.
; He's Realist'
5 To' compensate or the dilution
f nltivn endowment ha sum-

I monfedresourcesfulness' and resOr

lution, and has now. had three sue
eessfve 20 or better seasons. Last
seasan, in fact, he -was merely
tremjendou,' hs won 22,' lost 11
led : complete eanies (23), in-t
nlngi, bitched (290) and low-run
!,games'.(l6).v
s,. Bejjg n realist hasn't hurt him
either.. Most ballplayers, hitters
as Iftu as pitchers, are the last
to recognise, or admit, the cor-
rnaldfi 1 pffrto nt tlm Frnm M9

V through '52 Spahn was the strike.

rlnj'53 his total abruptly dropped
fronjt'183 to 148: 1 A
T' was then. suspect; he de
. r" -J! to reve ; his eduloment.
First came the screwball, then
' r v Hider, and now his patient,
tireles experiment with sa sharp sharper
er sharper crve. .a rather delicately de
madjng project, since the ball is
thrown with the same motion the
; --hing old guy uses 'with his fast
bhaMy. .won't win more than
:rotVs time.' . v;:;-,v.

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' E:ck in the dugout, waiting for

Ihe game with the Phillies to

start, the discussion shifted to

left-hand pitchers in general; and

Musiars eyes light up like
neons at the mention of the Dodg Dodgers'
ers' Dodgers' Preacher Roe.
"1 always1 hit very well against
him," beamed the pride- of St.

Louis, "it's no secret by now that
he threw a spitter. It was his
third strike pitch. I beat him by

never letting him set two strikes
on me. Yes. sir. of all the left

handers I've faced, the Preacher

was toe most welcome."
;i "How about rSpWm4wSi "the
welcome mat out for him, too?"
"Not exactly. But I hit him oret-

ty good, too. You see. I've been

studying mm as lone as he's

been studying me, and I imagine

ne 8 as urea or looking at me as
I am of him."

LOS ANGELES, March 19 -(UPI)
Triumphant Davey Moore,
the world's featherweight crown
perched on his head, today receiv received
ed received the plaudits of the fight world
for his 13th round technical knock knockout
out knockout victory over Hogan Kid Bassey
of Nigeria last night in a bruising
title bout. ,
In ena round, the sixth, the fr-r
mar National Amateur bantam
weight champion turned the tide
of battle as he sent the;cham
plan reeling Into the: ropes' with ;
a wild tlurrv ef blews that Jaft
Bassey ti4 and an easy targat.
The Springfield, Ohio, challenger
followed up his advantage, in the
next round to cut up the champion
even more. He then piled uo a
marpin of ooint through the 13th
round when Bassey's manner.
Georges Biddies, stooped the fieht

'leeause the ennmmon couia nui
from the blood flowing into his

ey-

Moore weignea izs iz aoa d! d!-sev
sev d!-sev 125 for the1ut. )
. The crowd of lft.000 which paid
$65,602.98 to see the title,bout in
r1..n.n!, iiiHitnrium gave POUl

fiehters a tremendous ovation when

they left the rinff after tneir na-tio"ally-trievlsed
bout.

The fight atreemnt rmiM Tor

return match within 90 days

the champion lost.

For'tha lr$t few rounds last
night, Bassey had command as
Moort took the maierlty of tht
champion's best punches and
once In tha second round was
ttigpsrtd bv a left to the hd
that bobbed him on his heals. But
Moore, who has never bean
knocked out and onlv once down,
d in his pre career, recovered
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in front on ooinis. wa-lrS"

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han. Judgft George Latka scored H

125-121 ann ne umten rres u
it 1 .U 11ft fn. MmV0

Bassey was guaranteed f,ooo
. i. t trafA' TklllA

or 4U per cent i 6v, r

snare oi icicy..."..
s i mnr. Than

Moore receivea
a aokA rtiiaiai(.

$13,000 lor ms zo per cent

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Along The Fairways

HARRIET SERGER MEDALIST

IN PWGA ISTHMIAN HANDICAP

Harriet Serger's aggregate net

awiv uj. j.oa lor me iirsi two
rounds of the 1959 Isthmian Han Handicap
dicap Handicap tournament won the medal medalist
ist medalist title. Following with net 142's

were Tour cnm.pnnpri' Kiari Trim

oyiva carpenter, Bev Dilfer, and

Aonme cisnop.
Fortv PWG memlwri rnmnlot.

ed the second round nt ths Pwr.i

Isthmian Handicap tournament

iai wee at me f t. uavis golf
club. Standings within' each flight

are as iohows:
.
1ST FLIGHT
Pearl Trim 142
Sylva Carpenter 142
Connie Bishop 142
Louise Jones 144
Ethel Perantie, 145-
Kay Purdy 147
Ruth Tortoricci x 154
Cleo Burns 154
v 2nd Flight
Harriet Serger Medalist 139
Bev Dilfer 142
Alyce French 144

Helen Sliker 147

Edith Mathiesen 154
July Hardin ? 154'
Pay Waring 156
Maggie Daltofl 166
3rd Flight.
Liz Weber .-v 147
.. Marie Vallarino .148
. .. Jen Sullivan 15J
Jo Alexander 154
. rRuth Wallace 156
' Dottl La Croix 159.
. Eye Wright 161
' Helen Stempel .163
Rosemarie de la Guardia 163
":'4th Flight
Wllma Riley ' 145
Ruth ianiel 145
.Helen. Owens 145
1 B; N.elsbh '146
Foy Frauenhei'm 151
Mebs Aushehmer 164
Marion Mallory 165
'; Bobbie Hughes i 167
a Flight
Joan Clare 156
Polly Zon 'j 1 162
Ruth Rigney ; 165
Doris Leeser ; 165
Eve Monteath '' 173
IBetty Coleman ; v-' 178
Velta iSharp ? V 185

Next Sturday. March 21, is a

Dig day at me Brazos Brook Golf

and Country Club. In addition to

being the regular monthly tour tournament,
nament, tournament, members will be playing
the third round of the .Handicap
tournament, and some members
wiP be "Uylna: in the flnaj round
of the Interclub matches. Mem Members
bers Members are reminded that the Mer Mer-eurio
eurio Mer-eurio trouhy will be presented to
the winning club team, after the
tournament, :- r,

DIABLO MAJOR LEAGUE
W L

RC Nehl 62V4 37V

Wynn's 60W 39Vi

t uerza y uiz 53 47
Lucky Strike 52 ; 48
P.A.A. 51 49

Seymour Agency 47 52

h. 1. uoma nvt tzva
Pan imperial 35 65
1 All tha fpnnri riivlsinn tpjin

Major League resumed action aft

cr a oncweo tayuu uue ,10 me
(City- -Bowling Tournament. H. 'I.
HomA crushed Wynh's. 4 to 0, Pan

impenai whitewashed P.A.A. 4 to
n 4nrt th third loim 'ln trnrh ;;

shutout wa FuSna v' I.ht nver

Lucky'i" Strike. i.Seymour Agency

scoreo a a 10 1 triumpn over toe
ilecigue leading RC Nehi team,
,.u : J : il 1 i

wuy, ucspue uieir wss increased
their leaa to 2 games.
H. 1. Hrimar Tilpcettiro il.

though haying a blind score,

! wee e Dialling me pins ail over
the place in celebration of Ray
Schnieder's birthday. Led by Bud
Balcer's 638, the 4-man team av averaged
eraged averaged 581 per man. Schnieder

tauea ssd, uei cnarters 561 am
Claus Klieschmann a 552. Don
Rudy hit 580 for Wynn's.
Each of the three games in the
Seymour-RC Nehi match was de-

cwea in tne iast frame with the
Seymour's "winning the 1st and
3rd Barnes and total ninfu k

only 14 pms. Curly Bates; was

me sparxpiug ior me Seymour's
with a fine 586. Hal Kaelin had

a 377 tor ku Mem. -.
In the' see-saw battle fop third
place. Fuei-za v Imt: vv thir

shutout of Lucky Strike, jump-

ea irom sm piace to third place.
Rollv Glierhinan 1H Fnoni V

Luz with 573 and Pepe Damian
tallied 584 for the losers.

ran imperial started off with
a 968 m the first ram a and

never behind as he grounded the

mgn iiying f.a.a. "ets." oe Bur Bur-goon
goon Bur-goon s 591; paced the winners.
r.A.A. had one of tholr wnrcr

nights of the year as only three

uuwiers reacnea tne 500 mark,

Wynn's 0

Rudy 164 230 186 580
Hinely ; , 161 159 164 484
Liedner 145 156 163 464

Graham 170 173 225 5ft.

Bell 173 166 172 511

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
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Seymour Agency 5 1
nihrltr T.ifa 4 2

Pvrnni .......... 3 Z

Mi, tm 1 nt rim aha 2 3

Kiwia 2

Police Juniors '. ...... v 0 5

Saymour S, Gibraltar 3
Tn ttia rmrial came of the sec

ond half, the Seymour Agency won
4mm ih Gibraltar

Q VAVO V
Lifers. Both teams were tied in
the team standings for first place
K,vt nnu ths first half chsmoions.

UWV UWtl ;
Seymour have a one game edge

over the runnerup team uiDrauai.
Wallace of Seymour and Hilzin Hilzin-ger
ger Hilzin-ger of Gibraltar, while generous
with free tickets to first base, kept

ti.. aniav frnm tne Diaie.

L11C 1UI1S " J -"
it..... tvm sioht hits the Sev-

mours collected netted them five

runs, while the two hits tne ui:
i u... .rnrH v them three

ulKlia,'. jni."..v n '
runs. The hot corner custodian of

the Seymours, Whitney was tne
day's leading batter with two safe

ties.

The box score:

Gibraltar Life
Mallahan. 2b ..

Jenkins, lb ..

Silen, c
Romero, 3b ..
tiilzinger, p ..
Foster, ss .
Beardall, If ..
Peterson, rf .
Thompson, cf .

Ab R H

Saymour Jr.

Brogie, If .

Moses, ss .. ..

Yuzna, c .. ..

Wallace, p ..

Whitney. 3b ..

Aniruizoia, id

Riesberg, rf .

Gallardo, 2b ..

Wllliar, cf
R. Ostenso, rf
N. Ostenso, If

.. 2
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Lucky. Strike 0
Soto 188 -171
Morrow 177 159
Luttengergef 158 171
Metzger 169 140
Damian 180 191

142 501
143 479
173 502
193 502
.213 534

Totals :',r,-. 872 832 864 2568

Futria y Lux 4
WinQuist . ,169 190 :

177 164

181 179
193 179
165 207

150 509
176 a1
190 550
172 544
201 573

Tarr

Bieber V
Fistonich
Gliechmann

ToUU ; ,' V 885 919 889 2C93
Fan tmoarlal 4

Palm ' 214 165 135 519

La,'Beau 175 141 147 4tt
Prusinowski 200 168 201 564

Pope. t V. ,' 153 145 190 488

Burgoon 226 177 188 591

968 796 861 2625
P.A.A 0
Lowande 163 128 134 4?5
DeLuca 178 146 190 514
Voss 164 177 138 479
Melanson 173 172 174 5i1
Lane 180 158 165 503

Totals

858 781 801 2410

Totals

813 910 2607

H. I. Home 4

Charters ,. 166. ...i01 194 561
Schneider. 19f 196' ISg 585
Kleischm'ann 145 197 210 552
Baker 210 213 215 638
Bund .141 141 141 423

Totals

853 '948 958 2759

Savmaur lauvv 1

Schmidt,.- . 161 146' 157 464
Soyster 143 201 167 511
Bates, r ?TR 177 103 kka

Boyer . 156 182 175 513

Hassler 195, 170 178 5

Totals 871 876 870 2817
, RC Nehi t :

Vescio 168 193 188 540
KlUmpp 154 160 131 445

Alien 156 171 197 -524

Kaelin 224 200 153 577

Colbert 163 190 155 508

' Totals

865 914 824 2603

Cricket News

By H. F. MIGNOTT
Displaying much of the playing
ability that has earned the too

spot in Atlantic side cricket for
the past- three seasons, Excelsior
C.C., rebounding, after two de defeats,
feats, defeats, last Sunday entered the win
column for the first time this year
when they took the measure of the
Midland; C.C. with five wickets to
spare.' ;

At that, 'considering the ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment -of three Midland

batsmen who,-" between them

maqe 85 of the dub's 92 runs to total,
tal, total, it may be stated that a lack
of hatting, support plus the inabili inability
ty inability of their bpwlers to subdue the
inimitable Kenneth Griffiths were
the main causes of Midland's
downfall.
The outstanding batsmen on the
Midland side was Harold Haynes,
whose blocking, defensive style,
puzzled the Excelsior trundlers.
An opening bat, he remained un undefeated
defeated undefeated with 31 runs to his cre credit.
dit. credit. More aggressive hatting by
T. Reece and Huntley Dunn earn earned
ed earned them scores of 30 and 24 runs
respectively as Midland's wickets
fellLLl. for 0. 2 for 3. 3 for 3.

4 for 38; I for 78, 6 for 79, 7 for
89, 8 for 89, 9 for 91, and 10 for

92.
Playing for the first time under
the captaincy of George Smith,
Excelsior C.C. recorded the win
in just 90 minutes with five
wickets down for 93 runs. K.
Griffiths, in excellent form, was
not out with 41 runs, J. Atherly,
also undefeated 11, N. Bennett
14, and, A. Campbell 10. Excel Excelsior's
sior's Excelsior's bowling averages: Griffith
4 forVS, if. Perch 4 for 18,
S. Harwood 2 for 8, G. Small 0
for 8t and G. Smith 0 for 9. For
the Midland club, P. Bowen Jr.
took 2,for 34, C. Groves 2 for 15,
A; Cabey 1 for 15, and H. Dunn
0 for 4.
This Sunday Wanderers C.C.
will be at home to the Cragwell
C.C. in another important league
engagement at the Rainbow City
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Worry Over Penalty
)! Passing Sentence
auses Judges Death
fiLAS VEGAS, Mar. 19 (UPI)
i- Friends said today the death
ft District Judge Ryland Taylor,
to was nartlv due tu the re-
norse he felt in having to sen sendee
dee sendee a knife-slayer to death
1 days ago.
"Judge Taylor took every case
o heart," said Judge David
r.onnff "That was the reason
ie became ill. Passing the death
lentence preyed on his mind.
ie died because of devotion to
!ntv
Taylor, a Judge since 1953,
lied after suffering a nean av
orv iriven davs aeo he sen
tenced confessed killer Jack
Rainsberger, 24, a Los Angeles
handyman, to death for the
slaying of Las Vegas divorcee
Erline Foucer, 24.
"T am definitely satisfied in
the Rainsberger case," Taylor
raid after Dasslne the death
nenaltv. "But it is just too
much of a burden to have one
man sentence another man to
die.
"It would be different if the
responsibility were shared with
jury"
Taylor, shortly before his
death, called for a law which
would remove from one man
the burden of sentencing a
prisoner to death.
The proposed law, which af after
ter after Taylor's death appeared as
sured pi introduction In the
Legislature would require the
State Supreme Court to appoint
two other district Judges to as assist
sist assist the trial Judge in passing
sentence in capital cases.
Sports Brief:
3 1 ANTS SIGN SOLTIS
NEW YORK (UPI)-The New
tfork Giants have signed rookie
lalfback Bob Soltig of Minnesota
o a 1959 contract. Soltis, the
giants' 16th draft choice, prob prob-ibly
ibly prob-ibly will get 1 crack at a de defensive
fensive defensive backfiield position when
he club opens training in Au August.
gust. August. MATTHEWS, ORTIZ SIGN
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Len
Matthws of Philadelphia has
tigned to meet Carlos Ortiz of
Vew York in a 10-round light light-iveight
iveight light-iveight bout here April 13. Mat Mat-:hews,
:hews, Mat-:hews, with a 16-1-1 record, has
never met a fighter with Ortiz'
reputation. Ortiz.a Puerto Rican,
lias won 20, lost two and drew
one.
SCORES TRIPLE
BOWIE, Md. (UPI) Jockey
toward Grant scored a triple at
8owie Tuesday to run his riding
streak to 24 winners in 10 days.
Grant's victories were aboard Lil
Bis ($4.20) in the first race, Too
Hasty ($8.0) in the second and
Troubled Times ($4.60) in the
tixth.

Commerce

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Azent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rales and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
R:Ae a.m. to 12:0
2:M p.m. to 1:00
Saturdayj S:00 a.m. to 12:00
League Urges
Prince Philip
To Stop Hunting
LONDON (UPI)-The British
"League Against truei sports
urgeu Prince Philip yesterday
to stop hunting animals and re
frain trom giving his son, Prince
Charles,
a similar love of blood
spor .."
The league also criticized
?Qucen Elizab3th II for her pa patronage
tronage patronage of fox hunts.

Apartments

FOR RENTES One furnished1
apartmentfiail eonvonienta eff H
gerator gas stove, jiowatar. No.
20-22 Via Ei'panaoppoiiite Pan
Ideal, next 'to Popular Clinic.
$100.00, telephone S-4037.
FOR RENT: i ;Two bedroom
a pa rrmoht, all ton va n ie nces,
conveniences, wonderful house.
Chalet Apartments, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Tel. 3-7658,
FOR RENT: Furnished two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, living, dfining
set. San Francisco 86th Street
No. 6, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Excellent location.
43rd Street No. 1 3.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors. All
conveniences. Phone 2-3343, 3 3-0471.
0471. 3-0471. FOR RENT: r One bedroom
apartment, livingroorn, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, hot water, balcony, ga garage.
rage. garage. "Maruja House'', Via Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina $,75.00,.Ti. 3-4994,
FOR RENT: Modern and largo
apartment bt Ricardo Arias
Street. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Spacious and cool
apartment, recently painted,
three bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, balcony, terrace. H
street No. 11-41, above "Artea
Industrialet". Phono 2-4756, 2 2-1715.
1715. 2-1715. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, stove, refrigerator,
Bella Vista, 43rd No. 64.
FOR RENT: In Bella Vista,
large two bedroom apartment,
dining, living, porch, balconies,
two bathrooms, maid's room and
garage also smaller two bedroom
apartment furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. Call Panama 2-4696.
WANTED
WANTED: Twe apartments
each at feast 5 bedrooms and two
livingrooms. Located in Cangrejo
or Campo Alegre. $400.00 each
one. Tel. 3-7920.
1959 Davis Cup
Challenge Round
May Be Held In LA
MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
Australian tennis officials said
yesterday they- have been in informed
formed informed the 1959 Davis Cup chal challenge
lenge challenge round probably will be
staged at Los Angeles on hard sur surface
face surface courts Aug. 28-30.
John Andrews, secretary of the
Australian' Lawn Tennis Assn.
said he recently asked the U. S
Lawn Tennis Assn. to send him
the site and dates for the chal challenge
lenge challenge round so he could plan the
overseas itinerary of Australia's
team. 'Andrews said the USLTA
informed him a decision on the
challenge round site was expected
April 4 but that the matches pro probably
bably probably would be, played in Los
Angeles at the end of August.
The USLTA has refused to con confirm
firm confirm that the challenge round site
has been settled but has an announced
nounced announced a press conference in
New York April 4.

Advertise in this section,. Ads only cost $0.85 per sol. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Oi
Used Car
' GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
NOT INHUMAN
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPD-
Mrs. Mildred Moffett has asked
the Iowa Supreme Court's nine
married judges to reconsider their
decision to deny her a divorce on
the ground that her husband wa
cruel, but not inhuman, when he
spanked her.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1958 Victor Vau Vau-hall
hall Vau-hall sedan. Excellent condition.
Comfortable. Economical driving.
American owner. Call 3-7374.
FOR SALE: 1948 DeSoto car,
green color. $300.00 No. 91,
Peru Avenue, near Bella Vista
-Theater..
FOR SAVE: -Beautiful Sunbeam
Alpine sport convertible. For in information
formation information call 3-1141 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford station
wagon, 9 passengers, Fordomatie
$900.00. 793-A Tavernilla St.
Balboa, phone 2-3406.
WANTED TO BUY: Heater for
1957 Lincoln. Telephone 2-0261
or 3-2632. Mr. Freund.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Irish Presi
dent Sean O'Kelly lauding Presi President
dent President Eisenhower at a St. Pat Patrick's
rick's Patrick's Day dinner:
"He probably is the most im
portant statesman, jr) the world to
day."
HOLLYWOOD Eddie Fisher
on the closing of his TV show aft
er six years and 484 shows:
"It is the end of something. I'm
a little bit sad and a little bit
relieved."
MILAN, Italy Leading Italian
designer Simonetta commenting
on the expulsion of five foreign
fashion models for not having
work permits:
"I'm furious. It's those mon
sters in Italy who cannot find
work who started this."
HAVANA Miguel Duque de
Estrada, judge advocate at Cu
bana Fortress, on the arrest of
several United States citizens on
suspicion of smuggling'.
"Any American coming here
with nothing to JuHeaeed not fear
for his freedom.'
SPRINGFIELD, 111. Sen. Hu
bert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.)
.promising farmers that Congres
would not let the Republican ad
ministration eut price supports to
zero:
"Yeu ean count on that, you
can bank on it, you can bet your
economic lives on it."
Local Elks To Hear
Talk Bv Visiting
Rev. J. H. Bonney
Arrangements are almost com
Dieted for local members of the
I.B.P.O. Elks of the World to
meet and hear an address from
the Rev. J. Henry Bonney, assist
ant Grand Chaplain of the order
at the Unity Lodge Hall In Parai
so on Saturday night.
Since the visit of the late grand
exalted ruler Dr. J. Finley Wilson
in 1943. this is the first time that
an active, gran lodge officer has
visited this jurisdiction. Although
not here specifically on official
business of the grand lodge, the
Rev. Bonnev has been displaying
keen interest in the affairs of
Elkdom on the Isthmus ever
since his arrival and has been
availing himself every opportun
ty to give talks and advice when
ever possible.
The officers and members of the
male and female units of the or
der are being urged to meet and
hear the distinguished visitor at
7:30 p.m. sharp.
mode
The New
s
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinder System
Colon
OUTBOARD MOTOR
REPAIRS
Call LOWE, S. A.
Balboa Ave. No. 7 Tel. 2-461
Authorized service for
Johnson, Evinrude, Mercury,
West Bend, Buccaneer, Elto.

Panama

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Refrigerator, Fri Fri-gidaire,
gidaire, Fri-gidaire, new dining room set, 6
chairs, double bed set, dresser.
Call 6-450 House 146 Gamboa.
f
FOR SALE: 60 cycle porcelain 1
Westinghouso refrigerator with ,;
new motor, $65.00. Mr. O'Brien
0428-1, Aneon. Call Balboa 2- f
2343 or Fort Amador 4208.
FOR SALE: One refrigerator
and one deep freeze, Telephone
Balboa 2-3791.
FOR SALE: Two mahogany beds
and a mahogany dresser. Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 2141. Phone 4184.
FOR SALE: 1952 Model West,
inghouse refrigerator with freez freezer,
er, freezer, good condition $50.00, TeJ.
Balboa 2-3307.
FOR SALE: j- 61x19x42 solid
-knotty pinebar wooden mahogany
colored desk. Automatic dryer.
Dresser and 3 chests Odds and
ends. 0777-D Williamson Place.
Balboa 1681.
FOR SALE: Simmons sofa bed,
matching chairs, new, 5 months.
Gamboa 6-444.
FOR SALE: Gas atova, four
burner, over in good condition.
3rd St. house Marconi, Apt, 12.
Household Exchange has received
KEROSENE STOVES 19.50; metal
bureaus 15.00; youth bedi com complete
plete complete 45.00; play pen 850; fold folding
ing folding beds 29.00; wrought iron
porch chairs 19.00; kitchen cab cabinets
inets cabinets 24.00; desks 27.50; double
beds from 12.50; dinette sets
59.00; mattresses 6.50; pillows
1.25; Cash or credit. MATTRES MATTRESSES
SES MATTRESSES REMADE LIKE NEW-HOME
PICK UP & DELIVERY SAME
DAY. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Avenue No. 41. Tels. 3 3-7348,
7348, 3-7348, 3-4911.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups., Call Navy 1689,
after 5:30, p.m.
- I'M
FOR SALE: Fentol puppiea
German Shepherd. Weimarian
mixed, Fort Kobbe 93-B. Tel.
84-4246. 1
ANNOUNCE LOSSES
ALGIERS. Algeria, (UPIV-The
French army announced last
night that the Algerian rebel! lost
830 men in clashes with French
troops last weeki French losses
were set at 45 men killed.
SET FUNERAL SERVICES
NEW YORK (UPI)-Funeral
services for jazz saxophonist Les Lester
ter Lester Young will be held tomorrow
in a Manhattan funeral -chapel.
Young died Sunday at the age of
50 following a heart attack in his
hotel room.

Memorial Services In Colon Today
For Well-Known Dentist Dr. Prier

Memorial Services were to be
held this afternoon at Christ
Church' by-the-Sea in Colon for the
late Dr. Vern Prier. v. f
The church services were to be
conducted by' the Right Reverend
R. Heber Gooden, assisted by the
Venerable Arch Deacon Cooper
of Guatemala, and the .Very Re Reverend
verend Reverend Maynard J. Peterson of
the Cathedral of St. Luke. Dean
Peterson also was to serve as
Chaplain for the 'Sojourners
Lodge, A. F. and A. M-. of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, who was to conduct the
Masonic part of the services. Rev.
Peter Farmer, rector of Christ
Church, was to assist.
Dr. Prier, born in Oblong, Il Illinois
linois Illinois in 1892, received his educa
tion in the states, attending East
era Illinois State Normal School
in Charleston, and Union Christ
ian College in Merom, Indiana.
He was a self educated man, and
after working for Standard Oil
of Illinois for about two years
continued his formal education.
He graduated as president, and
vaieaicionan ii um i;joo neu
tral University of Kentucky, now
known as the University, of Louis
ville. There he was also president
of his dental fraternity, Delta
Sigma Delta,.
ur. rrier came to me i&uniius
In 1916 where he established a
dental office on the Atlantic side,
in the Masonic Temple, for the
late Dr. George Hi Grant. After
a year he bought the practice
from Dr. Gran whose', brother
Dr. Henry Grant 'is still practic practicing
ing practicing iri Ancon. ;t r .
Following six years? of s private
practice Dr. Prier was appointed
District Dentist in Cristobal, in
which capacity he has served the
rnmmiinitv for the t8St 37 years.
Dr. Prier held membership -in
manv organization including me
Odd Fellows, B.P.O.E., Colon
Chamber of Commerce, -..winners
and Eastern Star 'He was a 32nd
denree Mason. Charter" luld life
mpmher of the Colon Rotary Club.
He held Life membership in the
s r.n oaf Club and- the Tarpon

Club, and served more than

once as president of ihe Pans
ma Canal Zone Dental Society.
In 1929 Dr. Prier was elected a
Fellow of the International coi
lege of Dental Surgeons in re-

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE : Airplane" Cessna
140-A, blue and white. Colon'
Airport. Phono Cristobal 1-1942
or 5-508.
.FOR SALE: f Electric sanding
Machine for wood surfaces. Like
new, Ideal for hobby shop or
homecraft work. Only $35.00.
Tel. Panama 3-4982. U
FOR SALE: Winter Spine pia piano,
no, piano, like new hardly used. Good
price cash.- Telephone 3-0451
Eisenmann.
FOR SALE: Smell upright pia piano.
no. piano. 209 Gorges Road, Balboa
Heights. Bentx,
FOR SALE: Living room set,
Frlgidaire 9 ft. buffet tables,
chairs, radio-record player, ladies
English coat, used. You name it
I have It, Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: Maytag automatic
washing machine. Call 863111,
Albrook, anytime.
FOR SALE: Tame white face
monkey; gentle with children;
good family pet; with large
roomy sturdily-built cage. Total
Value $60. Will sell for $35. Call
Las Cumbres 2030. H-414 4th
St. Us Cumbres, R. de P.
Art Students
0! Betty Benlz
Exhibit At MB
Currently on exhibit a the
USO-JWB is an art show by nine
students of Betty Bleu Bentz.
Mrs. Bentz is well known in the
local art circles, having conduct conducted
ed conducted art classes at the USQ-YMCA
for nine years in addition to in individual
dividual individual instructions.
The students and their works
are. Bobby Dunsmoor, "IBatea of
Frak"; Isabel Reeves, "Monste "Monste-ra"
ra" "Monste-ra" and "Shrunken Head": Bet
ty Runnestrand. "StiU Life fth
Glpvek"; Edna Howerth, "Crys "Crystal,
tal, "Crystal, Clear and Empty"; Evelyn
Matheny, "Heliconia" and "Ama "Amador,
dor, "Amador, Palms"; De Mitchell, 'My
Dresing Table"; eanne Carr,
"Scene in England"; Joseph
Wong, "Jug and C a d 1 e",
Katherine Meissnen, "The Net
Mender".
The exhibition will be shown
until Marclr 28.
. An invitation to attend is ex
tended to servicemen and their
families, as well as th general,
public.
SIGN AGREEMENT
LONDON (UPI) The Soviet
Union signed a technical assist
ance-agreement with Communist
North Korea yesterday, in Moscow
radio Moscow announced.
DR. VERN PRIER
cognition of conspicuous services
rendered in the Art and Science
of Dentistry.
Dr. Prier was many times presi-
which he joined in 1928. World
War II forced the government to
put the golf course off the dam.
As soon as feasible, the new Bra
zos Brook Golf and Country Club
was organized. He was both in instrumental
strumental instrumental and very active in
SDonsoring the new club. By
beautifying the golf course and
c ub erounds with fruit ana now'
ering trees of many varieties, and
an avacado orchard, ne nas quite
inadvertently left an enduring
monumenrto himseu.
Dr: Prier and his family have
been residents Of New Cristobal
for many years, until a year ago,
when they moved to Margarita.
He leaves his widow, the form
er Inga Turner, one son, Dr. Wil
liam Edward Jtrier oi iorgas nos'
Dital4 staff. a daughter, Mrs

s A . ... -i

James 'B. Wallace- of Coco Solo,

foyr: grandsons and two grand
daughters. '. 1

He is also survived by three
sistera in the United States: Mrs.

O. T. Nuttall of Denver, Colo.,
Mrs. Grace Waller of Lexington,

Kv.. i.nd .-.. Bertha Pqindexter

of LeRoy, 111.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lets 500 and 1.000
UrbanixaHo across the Ronton
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
eleetrieity. Cat) W, MeBarneM.
Tel. 4-0976,
FOR SALE: Lot 1,066 square
meters m tha best location of
La Cretta, situated between "V"
Street and new street. For Infor Information
mation Information plaase call Tel, 2-2170
from 8 t 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 .m.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Furnish,
ed residence, luxurious, at El
Cangrejo, Phone 3-0912.
FOR SALE: Beautiful place ht
Santa Clara well furnished house,
big trees and garden. Easy term.
Tel. 3-1310.
j Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; 14 foot runabout,
f iberglassed plywood, trailer,
remote controls, $350.00. Phone
Balboa 6384.
FOR SALE: 20 ft. outboard
boat with cabin, private toilet.
Tel. Panama 3-1287, 7 a.m.
4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 38 ft. boat, Bud
Diesel 6 cylinder, 460 gal fuel
capacity, 2-3578.
FOR SALE: 1956 30 h.p. Ivin Ivin-rude,
rude, Ivin-rude, including controls and i
extra tanks, 275. Call Abbott,
Phone Panama 2-0625.

Merry Purim Holiday To Be Observed
Tomorrow At Kot Shearith Israel

Purim the merriest ef Jewish
holidays, begins this year at sun sunset
set sunset Monday.
Therword Purim means several
things and refers t the manner
in which an ancient Persian bigot,
Hamman by name, decided on
what day to carry out his plan to
get rid of the Jewish people. The
story is to be found in the book
of Esther in the Bible.
Hainan's wrath was kindled by
the refusal of Mordecai the Jew to
bow down to him or his effigy.
Sensing that the Jewish faith was
hostile to dictatorship, Haman
planned to eliminate the Jews.
How his plot was uiwartea
through an act of patriotism ef
the part of Mordecai and by the
courageous- Intercession of i-stner,
Mordecai' s cousin, who vbecame
Queen of Persia, is tola m me
bible.
" -
Civil Liberties
Union Opposes Bill
On Ilevspapermen
NEW YORK (UPI) The Amer Amer-nan
nan Amer-nan f!ivil T.iherties Union de
clared itself today opposed le le-trislatlon
trislatlon le-trislatlon which would spell out
a reporter's privilege to refuse to
disclose a source oi ionirmuuu.
The:ACLU said it believes i,t
impossible to achieve a 'legisative
lArmnl, which would orotect both
thA rtonnle'a neht to Know, oi
which reporters' proiecuou m
confidence -is an important part,
and the equally important public
and private right to unhampered
aamimsirauuu to. jusutc.
Thef statement said the promem
may be compounded rather than
nlverl hv exceDtions in legisla-
ti noonw before Congres which
would compel a reporter dis
close a. source opiy wnen aeemea
necessary "in the interests of na national
tional national security.'
It is precicely in cases where
the 'interests of national security'
can be claimed by investigators
or prosecutors that the .public's
right to know-and r i f h t to
information obtainable only by
the reporter's pledge of anony anonymity
mity anonymity to his source-is not ur urgent,'
gent,' urgent,' the statement said.
The statement was adopted by
the ACLU board of directors aft after
er after 15 months of study following
the conviction of New York Her Herald
ald Herald Tribune television columnist
Marie Torre for contempt of court
in refusing to name the source
of a statement about actress Ju Ju-dv
dv Ju-dv Garland. Miss Torre; served
10 days m jau. ,,,
LONDON'S WORST F1RI ..
LONDON fUPI) More than

200 firemen battled fo more than
eight hours to bring i under con control
trol control yesterday London's worst fire
inro tho hlitr nf World War II.

Three firemen were injured
fighting tne lire wnicn swept
block of stores ana nomes in u
ford High Street, a -major sub suburban
urban suburban shopping center.
ATTEND SERVICES
SAUL COUNTY DOWN, Ire
land (UPI) Some 3,000 pil
orima attonrlerl Protestant serv

ices vesterday id the Memorial! wall right above tbe; apostle
Church where .legend says St. tomb. read I v tereljr ''Petr

Patrick died in 49eV

WANTED: Barber. Apply A,
brook, Baas Barber Shop P.X.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CJL
PHONI BALBOA 3709
' :v;:' ..':'', '-'"V ;
Repair pud refinisk Rattan fur.
nitura, complete new wrapping.
Guaranteed workmanship. Homo,,
delivery, homo repairs. Also, re repair
pair repair oil kinds of basket chain,
and repair and refinish maho- -gany
f u r a 1 1 u r 4. "JIMMY
SHOP", Calle JuanfB. Sosa.
Kobpe Golfers Try
For PAAF Places
Tort Kobbe golfers wffl battle ft
out early tomorrow morning on
the greens at Fort Amador for
places on the team that will repre represent
sent represent Kobbe in the annual PAAF
tourney. All Kobbe golfers are in
vited to participate and should be
at the Amador Clubhouse prior to
8 a.m.
On hand to defend his title will
be Sgt. 1-c Archie F. Stubbs and
last year's runner-up, Sp- War:
ren E. Nesbitt,
The tournament will begin with
a 36-hole qualifying round and will
be completed with match play.
Trophies will be presented to the
winner, runner-up and medalist.
jb Purtm svoaeofuei ebsenr-
ances, which often take maoe
on the Sabbath nearest Purim,
tvaoDis aeai m their sermons, with
ttie need to combat bigotry and i
aespousm. me jystner- story is
read from a special scroll, called
pageants ana piays reenact the
story and at homes special feasts
further underscore the jolly spirit.
or tne aay.
At Kol Shearith Israel. Purim
will be celebrated tomorrow art t
p.m.
Rabbi Isaao Neumau, spiritual
leader of the congregation will be
in the pulpit. The subject ef his
sermon for me evening will be "A
Girl on the Brink" based on the
Biblical story of Esther and her
lot with the oppressed. The aer-
lYinn Vrill aIda Haol srH Vi tAnfam.
nnrarv vniith nnH fhaita. ewmflini o
vu vt w M.ijt uveas. yr 4 via vwuicui
rr" J WV UU WMM.M. VVUiUVkV
As a continuaHon of this festf
al, there will be a Purim party
sponsored oy the yontn of K..5.I
on April 4 and 5.
The temple has recently beeni
air-conditioned and the temple
choir is presently under the .di .direction
rection .direction of Miss Emily Butcher
with Abbie Linares at the organ
Inscriplions Show
SI. Peier Buried
Under Vatican
VATICAN CITY (UPI) An Ita
lian woman archeologist told Pope
John XXIII today that inscrip
Hons scratched by early ennst-
ians on the wall of a tomb tra
der the Vatican support earlier in
dications that it holds tne. re
mains "of St. Peter.
Prof. Margherita Guarduccl pre pre-sented
sented pre-sented three thick volumes report-
ine her five year study of the
inscriptions to the Pone. She,exJ
plained the highlights of her dis discoveries
coveries discoveries in a full page article
in the Vatican newspaper- usser-
vatore Romano. .
She -laid tha oldest Of the Ml
scriptions date back to about 150
A.D., 80-odd years alter reter was
crucified" uDside down by order of
the Emperor Nro, Others, dating
around beginning" of the 4th cen century
tury century A.D.I, were recorded in a sort
of "mystical cryptogra.pny lav
ored bv early Christians.
The proiessor saia sne aecoaea
these strange ; interwoven letters
which had puzzled other scientists
bf comparing them with similar
symbols rouna eisewnere in Kome
"The Keys were very simple

and this very simplicity is a guar guarantee
antee guarantee and confirmation of the cor

rectness of the results achieved,"

she said.
Prof. Guarduccl said the sym

bols included some already

known, such as the Greek letters

"alpha" and "omega- signifying

the beginning and end of

things, and the letter "tau'V ym ym-bolizine
bolizine ym-bolizine thn cross. In addition, she

in
said, there were groiipl of Inter

twined letters i "creating new sen sentences
tences sentences of a mystical nature.? V!
The letters "P" and "E", open

ing syllable of Peter's name, were
interwoven to form the design of
a key, symbolizing the keys of
fcoavAn twirl bv the artostle.

One sentence, scratcnea on me
all right above the apostle I

buried hergf,
.r''E'V"
.,.j.-i',T'vr.

;- WANTED : Bilingual secretaries
, with shorthand, bilingual ae ae-eountant,
eountant, ae-eountant, good salary. Servkiee y
Cahtcacionea, Camera do Comer,
cio, building No, ft, phone m
7028. .'

WANTED: Efficient salesgirl
for record and Hi-FI department.
Experience and reference reeulr.
od. Must apeak English and
Spanish. Cio Irving Zapp, S.A.
No. 31 Automobile Row, firs
Heor. 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
WANTED Trained secretary
experienced in legation's work.
Speaks English fluently. Pleas
eontae Tel. 3-7920.
TELEVISION SERVICI
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Translten
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee jmw wark. We gear
antee It. "U; I
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, TMU'f
Ave. I B-20. Tel. 2-1 905. i
TV SERVICES 1
Per tatter Home Service, Alweyki
Rely eti
U.S. TELEVISION,
Phone J -7607 Panama. Servtee
from 9:00 a.m. te 10:00 p.m.
Prelect vour noms amj pnp
ty eg shirt Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment
emergency er monthly; budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVfCI
; Relfable .j,,L
Written Suaranteo
Economical ,.
Qualified Technkiane v
Panami's Largest Shop
Safegurel your TV Investment.
We value and respect .your
patronage.
Phone, "ELECTRON ICS I
, Panama 2-1142.
j Wanteto Buy
WANTED TO tUY Kereeene
refrigerator or gee. Call TeL K
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MOSCOW, March 19 (UPI) Soviet Premier N.kita S.
Khrushchev today accepted the West's invitation to a for-lien-ministers
conference on Germany May 11. But he
urged full scale talks by all World War N allies to writ, a
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Khrushchev made it kn6wn at an unusual Kremlin press
tonference that the Soviet Union will be represented in the
' a uu ProiHent Eisenhower m

Big Four negoiiaiions uiu j

In Ottawa, British prime minister Harold Macmillan
promptly rejected Khrushchev's latest call for a conference
ii uiu lAJar II hollicrprents.

Macmillan told newsmen a multi-nation conference
...A hv Khrushchev was "a difficult way to

Ma said records showed few accomplishments at

FT V n
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Meanwhile in Washington It was revealed the United
ZZiL ...:n .a second Redstone missile group to Cer-

nsy next month near the deadline for a showdown on the

Berlin crisis. .. ,
. tu. irm. said, however, that the move "was planned

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tome time ago.

Khrushchev signified his ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of Eisenhower s pro pro-nosfll
nosfll pro-nosfll even before the invitation
KSibeS received officially.
The Western powers still are
drafting a new round of diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic notes to Moscow.
The Soviet premier iput main
emphasis, however, on a plea
(or a final peace treaty with
East and West Germany and
the ending of the occupation
West Berlin by British,
French and US troops.

Khrushcnev maae uie luuu vy vying
ing vying points:
, Eisenhower's address Mon Monday
day Monday was an attempt to calm
the American people, whom he
had frightened earlier with
threats of war. But now,
Khrushchev said, the Presi-
wiiHncnps to neectiale

at the Summit "contains seeds
of health and reason although

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On Unemployment Com pensation Plan

jTUs weather report for ths 2
hours ending S a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch, of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 95 M
Low
HUMIDITY
High 2 82
Low ......... 43 71
WIND:
max. mph) N18 NW-21
RjilN (Inches) 0 0
WAXER TEMP:
pitner harbors) 72 81
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"LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.07
Madden Dam 235.24
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20
HIGH
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the President has many reser

As to tne question oi
whether the Western powers

had rights and obligations in
Berlin, "Yes, we recognize the
rights and obligations arising
from the German capitula capitulation.
tion. capitulation. But since 14 years have
elapsed after the war it is
time to conclude a peace
treaty to invalidate those
rights."
Macmillan nixed Khrushchev s
proposal shortly before leaving
Ottawa by plane for Washing Washington
ton Washington and talks with Eisenhower.

Sources said one of the
main proposals he will put
before the President is for a
"thinning out'" of military
forces in Central Europe.
While turning down the do do-vlfit.
vlfit. do-vlfit. nrnnosal. which he stressed

was not a new idea, Macmillan

reiterated there was no longer
any question that East-West
negotiations of some kind are
necessary to settle the German
question.
Both the West and USSR
have agreed the only way out
of the situation is through ne negotiation
gotiation negotiation and not unilateral ac

tion, he said.
This agreement, he added,
constituted a "substantial gain."

Word Received Here

Of Mrs. O'Connell's

Death In Oregon

WnrH has rprentlv been receiv

ed on the Isthmus of the death of

Mrs. Myrna M. 0 Connell, wno

was a popular resident of both
sides of the Isthmus.
The wife of John W. O'Connell.

nast DDeartment Commander of

the American Legion, Department
nf Panama Canal Zone. Mrs. 0'-

Ponnell was born in Stillwater,

Minn., and arrived n me lsin lsin-mus
mus lsin-mus with her husband and son in

Thev resided here until Mr. O'

Connell's retirement in 1957 when

thev returned to the States to

make their home in Oswego, Ore
While nn the Isthmus. Mrs. O'

Connell was an active member of

the American Legion Auxiliary

and a member Of the Order Of

Eastern Star.

Snrvivinp Mrs. O'Connell are

her husband, their son Gale A

nTnnnell of Balboa, and one

grandchild.

Rnvs stati DELEGATES Among the young men participating in. Crossroads Boys .State, which
Jn tUV t Tort Clavton are Warren Taylor, left, who will act as governor at the sessions, and
Stive Batrd riS reXiitativ. of American Legion Post No. 2, Aruba Netherlands Antilles. Ex Ex-Steve
Steve Ex-Steve Bauara, ngm, rfP"1""". .. an(0, th Panama Canal Zone Denartmenti

ImSan XTthe Tgnonmr bftta? youth citizenship forum. Col John" C. Nick- j
W U S. Army Caribbean Ordnance office H noting ioys State. (U.S. Army Photo).
Keynote Address By Gen. Coutts To Get
Boys, Girls State Under Way At 7:30 PM

Dected tO Del irom Baiiwa uaie.nauu, mvm nvuuiau ivavai oid

Dombrowsky, James Marshall,

WASHINGTON (UPD-Pres-Ident
Eisenhower today was re reported
ported reported seeking the advice of

nine governors oeiorp ueciuuis
whether to upport proposals
tm. mlntmiim federal standards

on the federal-state unemploy-

' ATI UllUUiauvv UCUIOJLUll KUUIU
mn ftimtr to the views of

Renublican eonservatl v e s in

f vtnorpss.

disclosed he had summoned the

nlno rrtvprnnra t n. White

House meeting Monday. Ho said
the session was called to dis-
iiio6. wan tj Rt.rpnpt.Vien the

vwuv .. o
present system nf state-admin

istered jobless oenents.
TVitt Rtjat lead em prvmnrlse

the Executive Gommittee of the

National Governors conierence.
i. Eisenhower invited Florida
Gov. Leroy Collins, ehairman of
the conference,- and ight pther
members of the group's execu execu-tivecomimittee
tivecomimittee execu-tivecomimittee to attend Mort-

oay s session.

The chief executive of three
atotM st-.ill unffprlnc severe un-

employiieht Illinois, West Vir

ginia ana JNew jersey were

monor T.nose mvuea.

So far. the Chief Executive

has made it plain that he

t.ViinlfR the Amount and rhira

tinn nf EllrVi hetlpflts ftrft mat

ters primarily for the states to
decide.

Labor Secretary' James P.

Mitchell, however, has been
camnaienins behind the scenes

to get administration backing

for some federal action to Im

prove the permanent federal

state urijemnloyment insurance

nrncrram ' I

Mitchell has emphasized that

me ieaerai government iff al already
ready already i deeply involved In the
system since it pays for' osts
of administration.

He also has advocated tm-
RrtPnif ipri f'lmnmrAmAnt' nm-

employment insurance to spur

the economy and reduce the-'

ranKs or tne idle, counted at
4,749,000 last month

sTiaias vary payments from .a

iow oi ?o a week up to ?45 -a
week for periods ranging from

AO tu ou wee kb.

fltft hv Rati ; .Tnhn v venn-nAit

Dan tVn nl. 1 r Tr i. 1- r

wouiu xeqmre int states 10 es
tablishi

fits with 30 weeks maxintum. ..

aenenis equal io. at easi
U1' npreftnt'flf B vera ere aornlnr

This sum must not exceed twow

iniras oi -tni aie"- ,veragf.
weekly wage,

usiensionor coverage front ",
pmrtlrtvprs with fmii -nr rtnrmt

workers to aU employers except

heiP r". .5

bills, whiph have-' been ;co-sponf.
sored by 34 senator and hav,
backine -of 120 Hiembers of thC

House. i 1

Hearings begin April T on thf
measures before the House Way
! Mpann ;Vrtvmm1ttA "'MifnVialf'

expected td be, the leadoff wit

ness, wants io get tne aaminis
A.-.-. XI ill ,i

tration position naile down.

ir(2)io)AY

Delegates to both the Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys State and Caribbean
Girls State are scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive at Balboa railroad station

from the Atlantic side about 4:!i

this afternoon. They wm oe met
by delegates from the Pacific
side, and officials of the two citi citizenship
zenship citizenship sessions.
The entire group will board Ar Army
my Army buses for the USARCARIB
Annex building at Fort Clayton.
The week-long session at tne
Annex building begin this evening
Tin ...ifh 9 Vevnofp address hy

Brie r.en. James W. Coutts,

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UILICI Ui avnx.
mand; and with welcoming cere-
' ..4.;nn nffiriala of the

monies icaiuuuj
citizenship organizations a?drt-"

American Lgion nu 6'"
Auxiliary.

Parents of delegates and me
public in general have been urg urged
ed urged to attend.
-i Trthn n rnnev. comman-

der of Fort Clayton, will welcome

the group on benait oi lviaj. u.
Charles L. Dasher, commanding
general of U.S. Army Caribbean.
ADDroximately 50 juniors from

Balboa and Cristobal mgn
Schools have been selected to at

tend Crossroads Boys State tnis

year as delegates.

Three observer imm r

v whn are STirani

Zone high schools, have been

chosen end m iddiTion me min

istry of Education or tne gov

ernment of Panama has been
invited to select two additional

observers
Ttenrpsentins the Netherlands

Antilles are two young U.S. citi citizens
zens citizens Boys State governor Warren
Taylor, who heads the list of jun

ior counselors, ana sieve saiiara
as this year's delegate.

Pacific side delegates are

Tn Turner Balnh BleVinS. ROD

irinmarh. Kevin Sheridan,

Ray Caldwell, Joe Garcia, Rich

ard Morris, Frederick itoe, Mi Michael
chael Michael Klipper, Douglas Pajak and
Georg Trail.

From Curund Francis Bag-

gott, Grady Hesters Jr., Asa Bar

ley, Raymond Underwood, narry
Calbert Jr., Ted Bembenek Jr.

and Bruce Ruiz; irom nort May-

Tirviinlas Hereere. ueorEe

LVJI O P
ntoholdnr- from Albrook Air

Force Base Phillip Casaus and
James Cole; from Quarry
Heights Charles Clark and Bruce

Mi

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(Hole In Head
Tryouts Now
At Theater Guild

The Theatre Guild will hold
ts tonieht and tomorrow,

March 19 and 2Q at 7:30, for its

next production, "A oie in ine
MeoH rnstlnor reaulrements are

six men, a 12-year-old boy and

four -women.

tvia Amnid Sfihulmaa eome

dy, which was a Broadway hit

of the 1957 season starring .paui
Douglas, is currently in produc production
tion production in Hollywood with Frank

Sinatra.

The Guild version will be un
rler the direction of Kathv Wil

ber, who directed The Tender

Trap in 1958. Those interested
in helping in any --phase of
backstage work are also invit invited
ed invited to attend try-outs.

tion Alan Scott and Donald Kel Keller;
ler; Keller; from Las Cumbres George
Rambo, Alfred Archibald, Mike
Kelly, Marshall Thomas.

Other Pacific delegates are
James 0. Catron, Gamboa; Ken

neth Mohl, Diablo Heights;
Charles Rentz, Fort Kobbei and
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jvicuuru ijhwsuu, .ranama.

Coming from the Atlantic side
as delegates are: from Cristobal
Pete Ender, Roland Sterling
and James and William Will;
from Margarita LeRov Bar-

field, Melvyn M. Field, Michael

McBride and Frank McLeod Jr.,

from Gatun, Jim McGloin; and

from Fort Davis, Joe Valdez.

' Observers designated, thu far
from Panama are: Pedro Jano Jano-wita.
wita. Jano-wita. Panama C.itv: Paul B. Titf-

nadier and Maurice Belanger, of

loioh. i

Potter's Shovel
In Bridge Display

At Zone Museum

A collection of the pictures tak taken
en taken at the ceremonies initiating
the work on the new high level
hrirtUB arrnss the f!anal at Ral-

boa, together with' the shovel us-J

ed oy uov. w, a. rouer ana sup supplementary
plementary supplementary material on bridges
in general, are now on display at
the Canal Zone Library-Museum.
The supplementary material
takes in the new bridge at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa as well as other Isthmian
bridges.

The exhibit is located in the
xhnvt rase nt the entrnnoe to the

Civil Affairs Building and will De

on display until April l.

Nightclub Dancer

Jade Rhodora Back

At Alias Garden

Tari Rhfdrrft; a. well-known

nightclub dancer who is well

remembered ior ner irequeui
Dutmtnn nnnearances durlne the

closing years of the war, will
appear again this weekend in

her Beauty-ana-the-Beast aance
at the Atlas Gardens ft Pan-

Th nxoile snecialtv 11 dancer

will appear at the Atlas Friday
onH saturdav niehts. and will

make her farewell appearance

in Panama on oauiraay anu

.unria.v niD'hts. March 28 and

29, at the same establishment.

The dancer, who has ior some

. A.

years maintained a nome ai.
anta Clara, plans to be marri

ed early in April ana win re

turn t.rt t.rift dlnltert BtateS.

Rh has rierformed her act

n-lHeiv In the States, asiwell as

in Central and South America

and Hawaii. r
Vpt unusual sneclaltv aance

was recently featured in Life

magazine.

SO ARE YOU

COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Gov.
Michael V. DiSalle said today that
he may answer the abusive let letters
ters letters he has received about his
proposed tax increases with a
printed card which would read:
"So are you."

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the OUESTION of the chicken and the z is considered by a croup df elementary school eMldrwi who ar Aown examining
the incubaUff hichVasI part of the first grade exhibit at the Science Pair held this week in the Balboa High School L brary.
Also showS re plante gron by the tuderTts and several slmpl e sclentll?c experiments. Nearly every student in the Pacific side
8,.ow,. riJ'll 7r th. tir.r. nf it kind held hern. it was snnnsored bv the Division of. fichooU a P&rt oX the

general science program for echool children in the Canal Zone, ' '

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