The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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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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University of Florida
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KILTEfi COMIC George' "Baron" feryaft sports hi new uv.
thentlc Scotch' finery, the gift of an. appreciative .McGregor;,
clansman who brought him the ensemble from Edinburgh.
''Baron" promptly discarded his homemade kilt, his trademarks
as a nightclub master of ceremonies, for the real thing.

ShipBrtte

Of r Kilted Erifertamlc Baron Jfyart

iiia Rrtfh has adaecL a aur

' 1 tunttAtflovm tn h costume

cf i lcal(, Jdlted-calypso pe
. looncr.- 'jk.m t'
Us Mi9 Jfames McGregor, dls-
penser f liQu:d refresbmefttl
on th fiwthtm Crosv wKo
tihl week rememberelvialght
club Entertainer George Baron"
Bryaa wth ft gift of ft head-o-toe
Scottish costume.
Th pattern f the plaids,
naturally rejrfMsnt, th Me
Gregor cla-m Beside skoul skoul-der
der skoul-der plaid, of the greenMund
' whit squares on red Bryan
today sported ft kilt f the
deep freeri and blue plafd at
the-Queen's Royal Guards,
A bright green jacket irlm-
med'with gold braid, matching
"ovet seas-type" hat and knee
socles topped with a piaid and

Vy miWV'Klin '--- :

Bedreggled Station
Vsgcn Begging V
At Police Station :
a sn Pnntise station" wagon,
somewhat the worse for wear, has
: farT: t Balboa police station
.yesterday to hid on ttie abandoned
Vehicle; .',,'. t
Earlier polics had advised the
.esr; was to be disposed of at pub public
lic public auction, although in was hardly
in driving conditions
The ttation wagon was involved
n an accident last August on Mad Madden
den Madden Jftoad, Several persons were
injured in the accident; ,
Since the aging vehicle 'sustain
d considerable damage the owner
deemed the wreck' not worth the
eost of towing it anywhere, and
abandoned H to the police, who has
as little use for it as the owner.
But eventually the station wagon
was hauled in to the' Transport
Jietor Fool ana were, for some
neks, it reposed forlornly and
sselessly, ,.
And there k remains Since-it
Mms no' one wants it, not even
fof parts and scrap. Police -say the
f Motor Pool can have the wreck,
with compliments w me ponce,
i t xh: next move is up to; the
Transport Division.
Mdc'i Popularity
Helps Two Wia,
Parliament Seats i'
, LONDON. March 20 rUPII-The
',. results -of two by-elections today
, howF the popularity of rPrlme'
Minister Harold Macmillan, 'iu
, Vl macmuian's conservative sup sup-,
, sup-, porters won parliamentary seats in
- the Harrow East and Belfast East

Commander Anthony Courtney
; defeated Laborite Meryn Pees in
- Harrow East by 17,776 votes to 15, 15,-.
. 15,-. 246 Less than 69 per cent of those
. registered voted. In Belfast,' Con-
servatlve S. McMaster polled 19,f
.. 524 .votes to "Socialist Joseph
f Gardner's : 11264. The vote was
. 10,000 less than 1955. i
V.'! f.r ''i.''." "l '.''.'Vj''

Hip

f
tterenckdea: Inthe1 tlftack-
agerA large medal hajags.fcofii
a- metallic rope at the waist;
Bryan- admits he ha nay a
drop of Scotch In him, but he
nas appeared m tne native
dress so of ten lie could claim a
sort of "simpatico" .heritage. It
was during one m hla perform'
ances that McGregor decided to
provide the official costume.
vBryan was ppearing on last
year s televised united una
show,, when he was seen by the
bartender sof; the Southern
Cross, which was maklaz one
of its freouent stoD-overa at the
Isthmus. McGregor returned to
Ms home m-Edinburgh where
he purchased, the kilt nd accessories.-
; ;;-r :
When the-ship stopped here
again this week, McGregor
delivered i h e costume to
. Maxim's; where Bryan has
been, master of ceremonies for
"more Jhatreaiv.'v'
The presentation ,wa a real
show-stopper, and rho 'ne was
more surprised than Bryan.
Behind the fast chatter and
dance routines of ttie Maxim's
entertainer Is a background of
i years as an accountant with
the Patiania Canal Comrjanv.
Bryan has ; appeared ln nunier nunier-ous
ous nunier-ous benefit Tehows for local
charities, as 'well as the annual
United? Fund drives.
Bryan said today that hls
Scotch costumer ha invited Vtim
to go to England, and he hopes.
w ume yae mp next year.

Studei)ffScie$isti
Draws Variety Of Viewers;

'Schools of tte Canaf Zone wfll
not fail to supply their quota of
young scientists needed for, the
space age, if this week's science
show is any indication. ,
, This is the first time students
from all grades 'in all U.S. citizen
communities have put on a joint
show to dramatize what they've
learned about science.
. The idea was so new, there was
no suitable space for it. But a
room was found,
Exhibits were .jammed between
the bookshelves at the joint Canal
Zone Junior. College .and Balboa
High School Library.
Would-be readers who dropped In
for a book' were startled to be met
at the door by a live boa-constric-tor-neatly
caged ; in the biology
demonstration There were also in
the CZJC. .section a black-snd.
white, guinea pig, .a baby .alligator
and, several other Jive species at
the. spots where students usually
work on term.papert. fay
At ; the other end of the room,
the cheep of baby chicks from an
elementary schoolroom drew a clot
Of VlSiTOrf. V;;'VftUv'.!-sK v'W 1
, There was a space exhibit and
a chemistry show, quite technical
plus a bit of igronomy for pri.
Pupils of all ages had brought

CZ Schoolkids
Start Easter?
Vacation

Thousands of Canal Zone school
children will put away their
books this afternoon in prepare
tion for the annual Easter vaca
tion which will start tomorrow
morning and continue for the
next nine days.
The Easter vacation, the last
major school vacation before the
end of the school year, means
jaunts to the interior for-;. many
of the school children and their
families and other picnic outings
which are possible during the
dry season months.
No special activities navs heen
planned by the Division ,ef
Schools for the Easter vacation
week. The Caribbean Girls' State
and Boys' State is being held this
year at Port Clayton., v ,; v,
Secret Police llab
Argentine Wanted
In Venezuela Crime
Th Panamft-ftecret PoIlC to-
Hnv pnnfirmed the arrest ot Al-
frwift Lombard!, an Argentine
citizen who is wanted nv vene--zuela
for an alleged 'murder,
and swindle Involylng J50.000
bolivar. 1
.imhBMi. 'tii nas s mree
othPftliaiesr-wasr.rrested. at
7ocumert' aarport Wednesday
wtipn Panama aetecuwes cccuk-
nized him frm an Interpol' cJH
cular which aw nt was want wanted
ed wanted for the -swindle,
. He was1 taken off a FAA tiiane
bound for Buenos Aires. He pro
tested his seizure wax an out
tflsrk u- t t
Lombard! tsalso wanted-lor
the murder last Sunday in Ca
racas of Pedro Ramos tiesco,
a Mexican, who. was a member
fof a band of white slavers ana
dope runners with which Lom Lom-bardi
bardi Lom-bardi has been linked by the
Interpol. ..
press dispatcnes said ft roup
of agents of the .Venezuelan
Judicial Police is coming to
Panama to make arrangements
for Lombardi's extradition,
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Atom-PoweredjSub
Sword fislft $ailr
To Duty In Pacific
PORTSMOUTH. M.H.. March 20
(UPI) The atomic-powered sub
marine Swordfish left her birth
place at Portsmouth ; yesterday
for duty in the,, Pacific and a new
home at Pearl Harbor'
The Swordfish. carrvlnff iS of
ficers and men. Is the first nuclear-powered
vessel built to, New
Hampshire.
Cmdr. Shanndon D. Cramer
of Harrlsbung, Pa. and Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C is skipper of the sub
marine. ;:;
what they found of interest right in
their own backyards, or on picnics
with their parents.
First graders and CZJC geology
students seemed to have been at attracted
tracted attracted byvmany of the same 'types
of 'shells, corals and rock forma formations.
tions. formations. Only the presentations dif differed.
fered. differed. r- '' '-.
The smaU-fry, for example, had
arranged their specimens in an at attractive
tractive attractive simulated beachscape.
The geology students were more
formal. Each of their mineral spe specimens
cimens specimens Was shown separately
with a listing Of the same of the
finder and the name of the" rock,
sometimes with an explanation of
its use. ; : :v
A small Vblack-Hght" -pfeepshow
allowed visitors to pop their heads
under a black 'curtain to see how
the appearance of minerals, is ut utterly
terly utterly changed by' the rays that
have come into common handling
only in the last 10 years or so. s.-;"
Thousands of Students -of all
grades came class ; by class, or
separately, to have a look' at the
three-day show. Many parents
came too;: plus a sprinkling ef
spectators who just wanted' to see
what the students found fascinating
about science..'.. viliilsV'
If interest is any barometer,
there'll be a bigger show in a less
booked-up hall next yeat.

. WELCOMING young delegates and guests to Boys and Girls States last night is Col. John D Co-'
ney .( right ..commander of Fort Clayton. Coney represented .Ma j. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, com commanding
manding commanding general of U.S. Army Caribbean Which is host t-i the annnal training sessions. Shown (left to
Xniy Photo)'6 Taylor' governor SoyVate; Mary watson, head of Girla State; and Coney. U.S.
'.' '" f-

Jpwneefing&Elictfons, Talks To Highlight

First Full Day
irung cwiegaicf to crossroads
Boys State and Catibbeanr Girls'
State went Juto their? first, full
day -efaeUvity":.! ls$v!.i.nna
today with their begujijaifg : ses session?
sion? session? scheduled 'for 8 e'eLJck. 1
The boys were to ho!4 model
Hoch Readies For
Last Concert Here
7i ;h 79lh Card
CW.O. ERNEST flOCH
A band concert whfch will he
given at rort 'Amador on Sun Sunday
day Sunday by the 79th Army. Band will
probably be the last, one CWO
Ernest Hoch will conduct before
leaving the Isthmus lor his-new
post at Camp Irwm, Caiii. Since
Camp Irwin to located in the
Mohave Desert, Hoch has Cho Chosen
sen Chosen "Desert Song" selections by
Romberg as his second number
on this program.
Because it is drawing close to
Easter the rest of; the program
leans heavily to Bach,' although
there are some lighter numbers
In the afternoon's' -entertain
ment.
The march "Troopers' Tribu
nal'.' bv Fillmore will orjen the
program,, followed, vtoyJftMIr"
ert (Song-' selection;
V
be vgnoraie anjr
Minor", by BacV i:.
rade," Berlin:
Death," Bach ; "Jb .v.
hide" iby (ft mdderny?
composer, uai-K.eon -; .
"Saber and j, Spurs"'!
Sousai., '..vkO-.'f ih
After btermiRsio
Georee" march:- AlVMV.
era Awake," Bachy'
the Siamese thildr W
King, and I": by Rodgersi -f'Pre-
lude in X nat Majorby hos
takovlch; ''Jesd, ,: Joy t of .Man's
Deslrlng,w Bach and; ."Andante,
Cantabile"' Iromi Symphony No
a in j; Minor oy Tschaikowsky;
The concluding number will be
"Old .f Comrades'-j March by
Tleke.- ; v, :7 '. .-.-
The concert will .be held at
3:30 pjn. at the bandstand at
Fort.- Amador. Chairs will Jbe
provided.. The public is Invited.,

vm
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p

v-,. f X. mum

Session For Boy?, Girls Stqters

towtt meetihg and then were' to
1 study 'different types .of city-gov
Wnments. finallv" vottnif'iod,'Tth(
1 V.
meir cotijrauniiy.i j.ney we si si-so
so si-so to elect "town officials". "Ci "City
ty "City officials" will be elected to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Meanwhile, the girls were like likewise
wise likewise discussing and voting for
the type of city government
which seems best to them and
were to elect their own city offi officials.
cials. officials. During the day's session, which
will run until 10:30 p.m., both
groups will be" addressed on citi citizenship
zenship citizenship by Alfred J. Gauvin, de department
partment department commander of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion; on Canal Zone
government by Paul Runnestrand,
executive secretary of the Canal
Zone; on problems of the Canal
Zone citizen by Rufus Lovelady,
president of Lodge 14, AFGE; la labor
bor labor unions and the Canal Zone
citizen, by James Elliott, instruc instructor
tor instructor in the Zone schols and union
official.
The Girls' State also scheduled
a talk on fundamental principles
of U.S. citizenship by Lt. Col. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur G. May, of the USARCAR1B
School, Fort Gulick; and on mor
al principles In government by
Rev. Tj e. Franklin.
' There Is a vital need for good
citizenship and understanding p
government. Brig. Gen. James
W. Coutts keynote speaker, told
more than 116 delegates to Cross Crossroads
roads Crossroads Boys' State and Caribbean
Girls' State opening session last
night.
"Good government at all levels
is the cornerstone of our way of
life,' he said. Speaking of the
communist threat to conquer the
world with Its ideas, brains and
doctrines, Coutts k said key deter deterrents
rents deterrents to this menace are freedom
of speech, the right of free wor worship
ship worship and trial by jury.
In other highlights of his ad address,
dress, address, Coutts remarked, "In- our
form of government, the end does
not justify the" means and wa
must be vigilant to insure that
we obtain the most capable indi individuals
viduals individuals to represent us.
You here in this room, who
by your selection to participate
in this course in the proceses of
covernment. nave evidenced that
you are in the vanguard of those
i caliber citizens who we will
to for representatives in our
srnments of the future."
jng that representatives
n the Republic of Panama and
Netherlands West Indies were
sent in the youth group, he
jommended that, in the future
' r 1 T
'heater Guild
ying Try-Outs;
irtnlst
AHO A 1IC a it V uuiiu vrtii asasii
hold try-outs tonight at 7:30 for
its next production,"A Hole In
The Head, the 1957 Broadway
comedy success, which will be di directed
rected directed by Kathy Wilber. y
'N : ' .. ..... ; :
" The cast calls for seven males
(one, a 12-year-old boy) and se seven
ven seven females.
' In addition, backstage workers
props, makeup, set design, set
construction, etc. are needed,

ever more young people from the
America .be include .;,
'toutaddressediiistimatel

merican Legid.and' Legion AuxW
nary ouiciais, and guests.
Warren Taylor, boys governor
presided jointly with Mary Wat Watson,
son, Watson, chief executive for the girls;
Both welcomed delegates and
guests and a explained -.the purpos
c ui uieir uuzensuip groups.
Taylor is from Aruba, N.W.I.
Col. John D. Coney, comman commander
der commander of Fort Clayton, welcomed
the -group on behalf of Mai. Gen:
Charles L. Dasher, commanding
the U.S. Army Caribbean.
Col. John C. Nickerson. is df.
rector of Boys' State.
Mrs. Bertha Brown is director
of Girls' State.
Kathy Cox and Kenneth DeGon,
acting as chaplains, gave the in
vocation and benediction, respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Following the opening ses
sion, guests and delegates we're
served refreshments in the Army-operated
messhall.
Little Girl
After Swallowing
Soda Bottle Cap
Graciela Samuels, six-year-old
daughter of Carlos and Mrs. Ur Ursula
sula Ursula Samuels of Rio Aba jo, died
yesterday after swallowing a bottle
cap.
According to the child's parents,
Graciela had been playing with
some bottlecaps with her sisters
when she placed Her hands at her
throat indicating that she was
strangling.
The child was rushed to the San
Fernando Clinic where she was
pronounced dead upon arrival.
An autopsy has been ordered and
authorities have begun an investigation.

Gatun Wants Fence After Tot
Tumbles Into Old Locks Cut

At least one family out Ga Gatun
tun Gatun way was' readying a formal
request for fencing today after
their two year old son yesterday
tumbled 150 feet down the old
Third Locks'tCut.
The child, Mark Cottrell,
miraculously escaped injury
despite a sheer drop of 100
feet down the rock wall of
the cut.
Mark was playing behind his
house, which Is scarcely 150 feet
from the edge of the cu'.. Late
in the morning he was nowhere
to be found, and his father,
Emerson A. Cottrell, alerted po police.
lice. police. Radio patrolmen B. C, Blount
spotted the boy in the thick
mud at the base of the cut, only
a few feet from the water.
.With the help of fire depart department
ment department rescue equlment the fa father
ther father was lowered down the wall
to retrieve the unsc a t h e d
youngster. Mark seemed unper
turbed by it all.

Dc. Leo Rettlnger, o CocoJptgra

White House
Directive
Expected Soori
WASHINGTON, March 20 (UPI) Panamanian
Ambassador Ricardo M. Arias said toddy that he was
hopeful that President Eisenhower would find a solution "'
that would break the deadlocked Canal Zone wage talks.
"We have exhausted oil avenues with other off L'
cials," the envoy told the United Press International ..
Arias yesterday delivered to President Eisenhower'
message from President Ernesto de la Guardia appealing
tor a quick end to the dispute over whether Parvamanlanl
working in the Canal Zone are receiving equal pay as
U.S. citizens for the same iob.

. s has been a major
signed in 1955 the treaty of
ed equitable treatment.
U.S. officials said today that they
expect the White House wilj- soon
transmit the letter to the State De-;
oartraetft with a presidential direc directive
tive directive requesting details of the case.
Jin a front past.editerM today
the. tresty violations, outlintd
In Ds la Cusrdia's lttr to Eis
enhower, El Panama America

en?lud.d:J a!y"tw. tlArW

rniubwiion w mi to
ntrntionaJustie.rrbr the
whitt House which has, shown
rail inttrtit for tho uitn$ of
our cut-to' managa diroctly,
HARPIST Miss Virginia Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, who has appeared as a solo soloist
ist soloist with the harp in Europe and
the States, will play at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Theater Tuesday in a pro program
gram program which will include the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican BoyS' Choir and a local
girls' ensemble. Miss Morgan
will play the accompanist for
"Five Carols For Easter."
Sola Hospital,-said it' was little
short;iof ':'; miracle that the
child -was not hurt. Mark had
tumbled .about SO feet- down the
steep sloping dirt embankment,
then fallen In one drop down
the sheer wall.
The mud at the base, Jae Jae-fore.
fore. Jae-fore. the water, is 15 or 20
inches" deep and probably
saved tW boy from injury.
The fencing request will no
doubt be promptly approved,
Atlantic aiders were saying to
day. V-V
Ike's Berlin Tqlk
On C FN Tomorrow
A television presentation of
President Eisenhower's address t
me nation on th Berlin crisis,
delivered Monday evening, will be
shown over CFN Tomorrow.
The telecast is scheduled for
5:45 p.m.i 4uW tea PaMnewe

wit
1 I

issue since the two countries rt
understanding which provid 5 'V

In soma way, th. alimlnation
tha obstructionist Irrtarvantiort ";
tha subordinate cliqua (on -A'nl
Canal Zona) and suparvisa tha
faithful compliance f whathas
, "i leei that if Presid
Praaiianf
nower intervenes oersnnallv u th;.'
grave problem feffptinr ..i.!

ently fronr six weeks of talks w&A
his government during which he
spent considerable time seeking;;
formula that would satisfy both the
Panamanian workers and U.S. Ca
nal Zone authorities. ,
Panamanian workers are said to :
u2 !2. spite of ne benefits
inated against m comparison M
treatment afforded to U.S. workers:
Pointing out that some '14,009
Panamanians work in the Canal
Zone, Arias said the misunder
standing is posing a "serious probn
lem for relations between the two
countries.
"I a mstill confident, however -he
added, "that with understand
ing and good will the problem cad
be solved." ,. L
DnOainia Paz

Arrim, Goes Hois
After Son's Dealn f
Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz, editori
publisher of the Argentine daily La
Prensa, who arrived here early to
day en route to San Salvador, ia
returning to Buenos Aires tonight ;
as a result of the death of his son,
Alberto Jr.
The younger Gainza Paz died at
7:30 this morning following a
heart attack. His father had anrlf
ed here at 3:15 a.m. for a brief '
stopover before going to EI Salva-
dor to preside over the boards of
directors meeting of the r lnter lnter-American
American lnter-American Press Assoc i ation
(IAPA).
He was awakened in his room In
Hotel El Panama Hilton to receive
the news. Later he was visited by
Argentine Ambassador Constantina
Romero Vera, and by officials of
the Panama government and; the
U.S. Embassy, who extended' con
dolences. Dr Harmodio Arias, pub publisher
lisher publisher of The Panama Americas
also called on the publisher, u
Gainza Paz will depart tonight

on ransgra s mgni YU1.
Mirror-Loving:'
Thief Is Sought
By Zone Police
', f
' ; f'''r:'rV i!
Somewhere in the area there W
a thief at large with a mighty yen
for mirrors. So much so hat he
has already made Off with ten of
thenr from late model cars.
Maybe the thief -t-or thijre
enjoys reflection: If so, he has five
pairs of shiny rear view mirrors of
the type that are mounted on the
exterior of late model U.S. cars.
The first pair disappeared near' r
two weeks ago, the fifth pair a
couple of days ago. All of the pii -rors
disappeared tromi cars be belonging
longing belonging to Canal Zone resident i
the Gavilan and i Empire ,J5o
areas. .-.
Balboa police are mainlainir
sharp lookwat far tke i?r'a r
ai ttilaa.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1959

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THE MAM BOX

CASTLES AND SHANTIES

Slrr

f!' iit:ii;. r Pntlar in Ren.

.. NV At-- I.. M in f'ana 'Sin ItOV. nUJldlu w.v...

Daniel j "r-B t-Hto Single Wage. I take my shoe.
- 5grye know, there are only two classes of people
those who live in castles and those who live in shanties Eve

.hsnrd sc-50 oroDosal became a reamy me omy cnu8.

'H' that the castles would double in size.
' ? wo!ld go over the book, of the P'PfflS
"-to? what becomes of its immense income from the Canal trem
, ,,to Wn Mcom l bananas and coffee and

K-ibtan duties on automobiles and

.other articles. ... .. th welfare of

' ?e ST Fm6 71 w man in the
M"a? sSwale Bin'stuld S sUthened so that more money
'."would floS into thl pockets of the ordinary regular people of Pana Pana-1
1 Pana-1 m. m that they can educate their children to the fact that their only
- change for a fa'ir share of the good things of life is through a Chris Chris-'
' Chris-' tian and truly honest democratic government. . T,
'- VmhoxAnz to see a better life for the masses of Panama, and I m
x certata ft Kom of speech, assembly and the pres. are essential
to the achievement of this. Crln9B for Panama

WHY NOT RIFF THE 'RIGHT' PEOPLE?

ny. Sir:

5f

. . i i .4 .11 Ik. iff nMnn tnrlav

. i ..h This riff Kvidentlv is needed to get

ana k sure hwm 7 n,lt T wnn.
rid of some of the botellas, a common phrase in P"""- 1
der If the responsible parties are men who really think these things

nut, or do tnev jusi mane snap
believe everybody knows the government is so overloaded with
cMefs and assistants that there really is no need for the chief him him-tk
tk him-tk S Evervone knows the Engineers do not have one chief with the
wMceptiOB of the Engineer head, who is able to produce a civil engi engi-aeer
aeer engi-aeer diploma. But give .the boys credit, they are smarter than the
&rWwrltl0 this letter i, to say that if . reduction
Secessary, why not get rid of the dead wood, men with thirty years
anamore? In this manner, quite a few men who are working for
fiSfU? holding down loos
Khich arHed menVh large families could fill? Or are the officers
P preiudiced aeainst having a male secretary? e"
I L't much of a thrill in looking at some big fat hairy legged male
f "'Kafrnd'ioS with everyone, I believe.!! employe, with
I thirty or more vears service should be compelled to retire M gn
I iH other fellow a break. The Engineers are loaded with this eate eate-I
I eate-I Mfoty. Get rid of the dual earner and relieve the unfair practice in the
Wotie of man and wife holding down high paying jobs while other fel-

I Wlows are out of jobs. r-i. .n

r Just recentlv a young American was ruieu m
t JKDwas a verv capable clerk and I am sure in the eyes of fairness
Sdjustice, ome female maybe with a GS-7-6 or 5 could have been
.a v.. orninct anil this mm with five children

uec reucveu vi uw : r ,,

Myt laws lusury iwosn nmj w" '"V'?!"?. j j
'hWaybeVev hungry, but I believe in the we' w God and man,
thr ir men working witn

wptois i moraiiy wiag. mcijuuo nuvn
mn T.n.ta. rimi miner twsntT.fiva thousand dollars a year, meir

wives work for the Army, drawing around five thousand a year. And
they do not even enjoy their money for they never go on a vacation.
ttvirUntlv ihev do not know, they can't take it with them.

rtr 1 am sure this vounf American can do her job. But as the world

i.nUv th f,mil, rnlM it is not as the holy scripture teaches us m

riitiu. th. fuirtMnth rhanti Verses S4 And 35. Read it if you

1 uiuiiiuaiio, vii. v. v VHHj.Tv.

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Brotherly Lovo

Sir

ABOUT BILLY GRAHAM

If..

ic:.L ii L 4V. n f A., niima frnm man's hart T eXtireSS

through this medium my thoughts on Billy Graham (Mailbox, March
.This I believe of Dr. Billy Graham: an outstanding, ardent and
true servant of God answering to the plan that God so designated for
Mm to work by His course is clear, his imagination is consecrated.
He could be easily classed with Paul, Moses are Abraham or any of
God's disciples in modern times, such as David Livingston, John Wes Wesley,
ley, Wesley, William Kerry, George Washington or Abraham,Lincoln.
His love is international It is recorded in the Bible, love one an another.
other. another. Any other designation of Dr. Billy Griham is false. .This is
my consolation. , ...
The most perfect man that ever lived on this earth was hated,
so Unrealistic slander can be expected for any believer in our Lord
Jesus Christ, who decreed, "Go ye into the world and preach the
.Go?0- believer in Christ, Dr. Billy Graham, is doing.

He is not looking forward, he is looking above: "I go to prepare a
place for you."
Don't envy him. Such a blessing can be yours too, and I give my
earnest thanks to such a witness of our loving, caring and merciful
Saviour, Jesus Christ. I too have received His blessing, through faith.
Think constructively and not destructively.
One example is worth 1,000 arguments.
Vivian R. Jamaiton (Blokle)

Walter Vinchell
In New York

THE HEADLINERS

Long before rockets began their

dizzy journey in outer space

Broadway offered tne wonders ot

inner-space-represented by th

birth of a star. The opening of
"A Raisin in the Sun" enabled
Sidney Poitier to zoom into the

Broadway, heavens. .As always
a success story includes a record

of failure. Poitier secured acting

lessons irom the American Negro
Theatre in exchange for' such

services as sweeping up and run

ning errands He later gained a
$75-a-week acting job in a pro production
duction production of "Lysistrata." The show
folded after four performances
However, a producer noticed mm

in the flop and gave him the. 10b

of general understudy in "Anna

Lucasta. As a result of his work

a

a

in the latter drama, he won
CPPMF1 toot ttrai e( rlntiA aw

n ctq OiajlU J.UA al
flicker and started his journey to

me stars.

Once upon a time there was a

hoofer in small-time vaude. In a

shabby theatre in New Castle (In

diana) there came the magic mo moment
ment moment that changed his career.
He was asked to announce Uie
next week's vaudeville bill, gag
ged the assignment to thunderous
applause and turned comic on
spot. As a "single" with a machine-gun
delivery, he landed a

one-weeK jod in a Chicago thea

tre and stayed six montns. And

Bob Hope quipped happily ever

auer.

Perry Como has demonstrated

that nice guys unish iirsi. he
inked a $& million contract and
everybody is nappy lor coma iu

a protession where jealousy is al

most as common as oreatninc

Perry has respect rather than en-

vy. The star once explained his
success: "leevee seems to be

my medium, ii you gel mcky and
do what people like, tnen von

last, it's like suootinc era us wi; .i

the dice loaded. I guess we've

proven that we've got the right

lormuia."
Como's personal philosophy is a
dandy. He lias observed: "I al always
ways always had the things Money cau cau-npt
npt cau-npt buy."
The formation of that, shapeless
mass known as success is lull oi
fateful streaks strking as swill
ly and iilogicallyy as lightning.
Norma Jean Dougherty was an
unknown pretty-face who was a
warded a lavish S70-aweek con contract
tract contract at a film studio in addition
to a new name. The studio tirea
her several months later. Howev However,
er, However, she retained th name cui cui-rently
rently cui-rently orth many millions to a a-ny
ny a-ny film studio. .Marilyn Moo Moo-roe.
roe. Moo-roe.

iaWiheafre$.H S
10. million people pay to, witness
shows each year which cost over
$7 million to produce. Its lnliu lnliu-ence
ence lnliu-ence extends to such industrial
giants as television and the mo movies.
vies. movies. Actually, the theatre is
more of a speculation than an in
vestment, And even the most suc successful
cessful successful lack security. .Tennes .Tennessee
see .Tennessee Williams, whose "Sweet Bird
of Youth" is a major click, is tne
leading contemporary playwright.
The other day he informed an in interviewer:
terviewer: interviewer: "There has been all
this talk that I have made three

or four million bucks. It's the gov government
ernment government that made it. I didn't.
I've been paying between 87 and
90 percent in income taxes I
w-sn't able to save enough to
give me real security.'
In short, the more you earn,
the richer you make Uncle Taxes.

the saying goes. A talented bun

dle 01 zing, Jie sings, quips, mi

mics and hoofs like a whirlwind.

What motivates Sammy? He

once confessed: ''You're happy

one day and the next you're sad.

The lack of happiness, you might

say. is a necessary evil for an

artist. I've been trying to prove

something. That I can be a bet better
ter better entertainer than anybody in
the world, I'm willing to pay the
price to prove it."

Sir:

SAN ANTONIO BUGLI

Ingrid Bergman is a wonderful

actress and a fine lady but we
are appaled by her political logic.
1 The other day she declared: "It
isn't a crime in Europe to work
with Communists. I worked long

enough in Italy and France to

know that half of the prople

worked witn. it not more, are

Communists, and we think noih
ing of it."
: The foregoing may help ex

plain what's wrong with Eunpe.

The gullibles think nothing of

working to. destroy them.

in

Soring is showing up fast, and I am also on the jump to 96 years

en the 23rd. j
My friends only gave me two clean shirts, when I left the Zone in
1 April 1914, and today I" never felt better in my life. But I have little
. vision and can only make a few crooked lines by touch.
V, I am limiting myself and try to scratch out only one letter a day.
My friends Jim and Corinne Hinkle have let me run behind on

. what's going on at the crossroads. But tne 01a reiiaDie ranama
SFM rArjifericans will show up later, and I will find aomeone to read them
me. I ean read the big headline type and pick out what I want to

There is plerty of building and new work going on, and ft doesn't

y. loot line a aepression 10 me.
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Maria Schell gave a superior
performance in the TV version of
f'For Whom the Bell Toils."
When, she arrived Jn Hollywood a
film director candidly informed
her: Maria,,, you must lose
weight because you are not sex

ually attractive." Miss Schell ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. After the storm subsided
she coldly declared: In Europe,
people look at my face, not at mv
body." But an actress is also a
woman. Within two weeks, she
shed 19 pounds.-

How much money is enouch?

Vincent Astor passed several

weeks ago. In his will his half
brother John Jacob Astor III was
cut off without a cent. J. J. Astor
III is now contesting it. The case
will certainly cause an avalanche

of messy headlines. .Nevertheless,,

jonn jacoo Astor 111 is suing toe
a portion of his half brother's for fortune
tune fortune although he Is worth a

mere $70 million.

Liz Taylor's remarkable re

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ments when you can get away
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t The stock market has becu
mighty vigorous lately. However.

nothing is as certain is Wall

street as uncertainty. .u. Keitn

Funston, the Presidept of the

Stock Exchange, once cautioned

"Only those who can afford to
risk, people with Government

bonds and savings In the banks,
people with life insurance, people
with emergency reserve in one

form or another should be en

couraged to become sharehold

ers."

To sum up: Don't buy stocks
with rent money or you'll wind
up with a suite in the poorhousc.
As we have frequently warned:
Wall Street is no different than
any other street. It also has a
gutter.
During the past year, Alec
Guinness won an Oscar and was
knighted. He has been nominat nominated
ed nominated for another Academy Award
as a writer. .Not many perform performers
ers performers have matched his triumphs.
Nevertheless, an actor is an ac
'or. Despite, all the gold and lo lory,
ry, lory, the star is haunted by w feat.
ome years' ago he starred in
"Hamlet" and it was a flop. He
lasn't forgotten the setback. His
-jreat ambition Is to elibk as The
felancholy Dane.

The audeince hears laughter and
music apd sees graceful gyra gyra-ions.
ions. gyra-ions. .It roars and sighs and
laps hands. For performers the
reation of such wondrous effects
leans fear, tension, imagination
nd great physical effort. Irjn
ally, the craving to make oth
rs happier sometimes demands
reat physical and emotional sa
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WASHINGTON -r-Secre tarv ,,. of Rockefeller's friend. Mrs. Davie.

Labor ; Jim Mitchell fought : a Newman knew that ihe rivalry
lone battle behind White House between Nixon and Rockefeller

doors the other day to extend over the 1960 presidential noml noml-temporary
temporary noml-temporary benefits for the, t iob 'nation was white-hot in New
less. He also pleaded fora- com-' York state. He fumbled further.,
plete overhaul of unemployment BljB59ng and perspiring, New-

ne warned uve uonpress'onai :man- unauy Diuriea out 1 10 tnt

leaders, meeting with President

casennower and nls adylsexsthaf -the
Republicans will- hs the
i960 election if they-r don't-' H

something to helo the 4.000.000'

workers still out of jobs. V '.:
Tl.-A . .

rosimssier uenerai, Annur &um
merfield, pooh-Tooned Ithe tin-

employment problem, contending
that the 300,000' workers whose
pay benefits would be af 'ected
weren't enough to: hother, abou4:
He also let fly some gizzline words
about 'union dictation ,and
"the wage bushj - s

hiding with Summerfield were
Secretary of Commerce Lewis

Strauss, budeet boss Maurice

Stans, nd chief economic ad

viser Raymond. Sumier. Se

nate GOP leader ; Pverett Dirk Dirk-en
en Dirk-en tt DUnois also chimed n his
agreement. .rr-...v .'

Presnient Eisnhower went a a-long
long a-long with the majority; but pro promised
mised promised not to veto a three-month
stretch-out h it, wouldn't unset
next year's- balanced budtef.
His advisers' estimated that
three months more. of emergen emergen-"v
"v emergen-"v unemnlovment 'herieff would
cost about $49,000,000. They ac
knowledeed it woul'n'3t affecf his
balanced budget. ( however, be because
cause because th program' woiM run out
before the end of the fiscal year

on June 30.

Ike repeated his unrelenting
'eterm 'nation to bslahce h Fe-

deral budget even if 4,000,000 job job-'ess
'ess job-'ess workers won't be abl4 to ba balance
lance balance the'r own farnllv -i tMidge.
Result: The extra benefit-'' will
''finitely be cut off after- June

30. u,rv;-v,;'

. MESSAGI SUPPRESSED s'
For Republicans to sunnreis

"reetine from President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to a political dinner i a

kin to sacrilege. Yet thafcis ex-

aciiy wnat happened to; telegrams
not onlv from the Prrttlifpnt hut-

from Vice President Richard M.

i.iAuu 11, me Liincoin Lay oin oin-ner
ner oin-ner in New York. ;

Attorney General Bill tin

Nixon's intimate friend, was th

bine-blood frend of Gov. Nel
son Rockefeller, received th

suest speaker. Mrs. Pretnn rtaviv

Lincoln Dav award In th miM

die was Bernard Newman, whom
Mrs. Davie energeticallv tried 6
elect as chairman of the kv

York County Republican Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. . f. 1

Newman presided over th Hin.

ner. Before takine hi nnaitinn at

thehead table, he stuffed in his

Davie JtOnPUWi lEdxon.

Not' In hiS Docket was annthoe

telegram from RnrkpfoiW hn

belabored by his Albany tax
fight, had heeii late getting his
wire off. It arrived in time, but
somehow was mislaid.
X Presiding for the first time at

a uig Danquei, wewman search-'

Nixon's friend, Rogers, then at

audience: "We have some tele-

grams, buf we haven't time to ;

read them.' i

tine. assembled Republicans had
no idea the telegrams eame from
the president and Vice President
of the United States.
.. .JACKET SPELLING :
: Employes' at the Atomic Ener;
gy Commission are so secretive
that they almost forced Sen.
Ernest. Gruening, Alaska 1 De Democrat,
mocrat, Democrat, to clear, the spelling of
"plowshare" through security the

other day. "Opeation PJowsnare"

is tne name vlgem, to the program
that ; is supposed to demonstrate
the peaceful usfi of nuclear ex explosions.
plosions. explosions. Gruening wasn't' sure
however, whether the work 1 was
spelled 'plowshare' orplough orplough-share!
share! orplough-share! Ht asked a secretary to
call; the Atomic Energy Commission-to
iind .out'.?";;---.,,-'
She reached an ;lhfu-ination o
perator who was unwilling to
supply the informatioa and
transferred the cs':'BiUier
extension. The second lady who
answered was also timid ibm ;
giving the correct spelling and
suggested the call should be
switched to the Plowshare sec section
tion section .', ;';' v
Gruening's secretary;, pleaded
that all she wanted to know was
whether or riot "plowhare" was
spelled with a "w. The call was
transferred anyhow.
The lady in the-Plowshare sec section
tion section also refused to spell the word
unless she was told who was call calling
ing calling and why the information was
wanted.
Informed that Gruening wish wished
ed wished to use the word in 1 a t letter,
she was about to refer the call to
Col. John Hood, Jr., a Security
expert. However, .she finally
lented and admitted that "plow "plowshare"
share" "plowshare" is spelled with a 'w."
. BABYING THE BASY
When 31'year-ojd hgressman
Dan Rostenkowski, Illinois fresh freshman,
man, freshman, arrived in Washington to
take his seat in the new Congress
perhaps the first to greet him
was 32-year-old Congressman
Jphn Glngell of Michigan, a House
member since 1956.
"What can I do for you?" en enthused
thused enthused Dingell Can I help you
finl a Jiome in Washington' Have
youj-met the leaders? Would you
like to borrow some "money ?"
"What's this all about?! asked'
the ''bewildered rRosterikowski.
f,,Bl. .2etting along okay, Why
all this interest in, me?"
"For three years," explained
DlgeJl,'p 'I1tavevbfeen taking all
kinds of Ifaxingas th"'Bkby
member"of Congress.' Now the
honor,' such as it Is, belongs to
you. I'm just happy to get these
guys off my oeck."

STEAL BARN DOORS
-SAN BERNARDINO,- Calif.

lurij juts. in HOigiand re-

rt, rSt Sk?clr me;' Ported to' the sherif today that
He couldn t find .4t,Hrj loked at thieves stole 'the two doors off

her barn. No horses were missing.

JADE

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France KWwi Sohwnan pmidtaif vtn a Heiof si h Ewopafta ;, Varlimneniaiy Awembly.

Accord V larger accord, Am w-
lea's allies in West Europe are
doing what f arsighted European
and American statesmen' and
businessmen have long suggested,
and what now tomes aur and

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mote;:hatura11yj They m ;.. mov moving
ing moving towards a .; closely, o-operati
ing 'community,' ,J t
Even before, the momentoas Eu European
ropean European Economic Community
(Common Market) went into: 0 0-Deration
Deration 0-Deration the first of this year in
.fact, ever ince Ithe LiherationTr
,. western European; nations, whue
' keeping their individual "personal "personalities,"
ities," "personalities," hav been extending and
intensifying the areas of agree agreement
ment agreement in Jtheir defense, their eco economies,
nomies, economies, their policies and their
future. Appropriately, perhaps, il
has been the centrally-placed and
cosmopolitan French who have
taken many of the initiatives to toward
ward toward the aw ao-opwativa lu
ope.
MTWEfK-THE-WARS
BEGINNINGS
ro-opraloo between 9t Eurw
pean taation and their overseai
alliel- and 5 friends .eally began
with' h i Joint effort of many of
them in world Wat 1, and conti continued
nued continued Through the between-wars
period. Thus, for example, the
International Labor Organization,
now a United Nations agency
with headquarters in Geneva,
was established on April 11, 1919,
when its constitution was adopt adopted
ed adopted a part et the Treaty of Ver
aalltest lt aimr To Improve
through Biterattofea4 -Mfiea'la
bor eonditioM and living rtan rtan-dardst
dardst rtan-dardst and- to promote economic
mi) MeiaL MiMm-:iimaat
together gwernmonli fcAoand'
management to aei jnternaaonai
minimum standards,"' The Xegu
tt Nation afc fienevt;;ndn
merowf interaatiorial aahfertjiwes t
and eommltments fumermore;'set
a predilection, and1 pattern iat
lasted throueh dislocations' Of
Wid.Wa.i.-..-y;,'.;-ri -' v-'-;y,
x the united wmoNt
. Out of WorW War Jts partnersfflps
tame thp tTnfted "Nations, whose
Charter became effective on Oct
X, M45, Th -organization ttsetf,
and aspeefally'its affiliated agen-
1 kits, have done wuch ,toiinrrease
and facilKat Ihe -eo-operation wi
western European eountriee jhw
their .oversea Wtaewi-'- ':tc;' :
te f th tJ.N.pecialIiwdv,t
ias,- tbe 7F000 and AgricM AgricM-OrganCiatiott'
OrganCiatiott' AgricM-OrganCiatiott' fFA, with
quarter Komi sends ; det
voted experts, ha great mjork
kf of them 4 from TVes tern : Euro European
pean European tountries, out -to tha Vnderu
developed ana iwrve-not
fends:
nd -even assists omff f, the!
Weaveni Bwopean aounferte tbeto-
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freaidaat, a4 Kobevt LMnaitnen .arnaiaa-) MemVes, ( the

elvea to ereKmmc she acrkui
sural, output Jieeeanjr-I(tj-'; .jtd
Tha

Educational, 'HclentJulorganlzation'alled tha Intergov

fie and Cultural Organization fU
NESCOJ, with beautlful new head:
artaM 1 Pariv yromotea coi-

flabor atlon a mong

tfie nations
science and
through education,
culture.
The World Health Organization
(WHO), headquartered in Gene Geneva,
va, Geneva, has achieved a famarkable
advisory and technical-assistance
record- in improving helath stan standards
dards standards and combating disease all
over the world. And the tl.N.
f:iilrti-Bn'. TnnA (XNcJfc$ brlhes
aid to ahild victim at war and

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This la Cfao new Market Station" VOag oonatructed In Lyons.
Beside 1 bainf a modem' sail terminal, It will have covered
market and permanent exhibition hll ) Municipal Initiative
here combined with marketeers and engineers to five tha
S.N.C.F. (French National Railroads) 'another fh-st Arrival
and departure n4H move auiokW. for a recent survey of nor

mal operational speeds on the

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cenerailv.
. Co-operation h the handling of
refueee'Problems Is achieved
llhrouett 'lhe U. N. High Commis-
sioner for-Refugees, the U. N.'
lilefugflayjwid iUNREF and the
Halls
(German vL. PrMldontr.
V.N. Relief and Works Arfency
1op; Palestine Refugee ; in v the
jNear'ciast vwimkwaj. a -i special
ernmental Committee for Euro
peaff Migration (ICEM) finds jobs,
farati and.komei lor-Europaan

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refugee, wnemptoyed, ander-em

ployed and landless persons is
various American and otner coun countries
tries countries needing their skills and la labor.
bor. labor.
The Western European nation
also play prominent a,nd oonstrua oonstrua-tive
tive oonstrua-tive roles in the many other-1 or organizations
ganizations organizations hard at work promot promoting
ing promoting international co-operation and
assistance, such as the Interna International
tional International Bank for Reconstruction
and Development, the Internation International
al International Monetary Fund, the Interna International
tional International Civil Aviation Organization,
the Universal: -Postal Union, $e
International Telecommunication
Union, and the World Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological Organization., 'Vf
The Economic Commission ifor
Europe (ECE) at Geneva, a re regional
gional regional commission of the .United
Nations, makes fundamental stu
dies, reports and critiques of th
economic facts, forces and ten tendencies
dencies tendencies in the European coun countries.
tries. countries.
THE GATT
The General Agreement on Ta Tariffs
riffs Tariffs and Trade (GATT) is an in in-ternationit'
ternationit' in-ternationit' trade agreement ae-
cepted,by 36 non-Communist coun-
tries, including most of the West
main lines of all national rail-
,rti Ibrofwa nations went-trt-
to oDeration in October 1947. and
represents i,a joint affort; tcWlibe-,
ate world' trad from the laby
rinth of obstructions, restrictions
and controls which kv impeded
Ha growth.
m
Vnaeri Mariolln UFranee-)'. Vica
.i"S
laropean Seononla Commission.
PREDOMINANTLY lUttjlriAN
POSTWAR CO-OPERATIVt V
EFFORTS i 1 i,
Mora specifically European In
design and participation, and
therefore bfmwtpert.nncr1n
tha taitting together of th lore-

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ropean Community are,, in order
of origin the unique postwar -institutions
described below; -"A""
European economic co-opratIon
was suggested in a speech at 'Har
vard University on June 5,-" 1947,
by, t General George : C. Marshall
then U.S. Secretary of State: who
offered,, on behalf of the United
States, to assist jn the reconstruc reconstruction
tion reconstruction of a much destroyed, dislo dislocated
cated dislocated 'and Impoverished Europe,
on condition that Europe under undertake
take undertake a-wopenitive recovery pro program'
gram' program' Western European leaders
and .public vat once- .took happy
hold of the suggestion, and on A A-pril
pril A-pril ;18, 1949, a Treaty was-signed
setting .up tne urgamzauen lor
Eurdpean Economic Co-operation
(OEEC). 1 -U:
The oeec 11 a permanent, in
tergovernmental body. with. head
quarters in Paris whose twt Sec
retary-Generals, to 4ate,?;,hava
oeen rrenenmen. us seventeen
member nations are; Austria, Bel
gium, Denmark," France, Greece,
Iceland. Ireland. Italy. Luxem
bourg, the Netherlands, Norway,
Portugal, Sweden... Switzerland,
Turkey, the United Kingdom, and
West ttermany. These Nations
pledged themselves: To com combine
bine combine their economic strength: to
join together to make the fullest
collective use of their individual
capacities and potentialities: to
increase their production, develop
and modernize their industrial
and agricultural equipment, ex expand
pand expand their comSrce, reduce pro
gressively Darners to trad a a-mong
mong a-mong themselves, promote full
employment and restore or main maintain
tain maintain the stability of their econo
mies and general confidence tn
their national currencies,"
'The 'United State and Canada
in "1950 accepted an invitation to
associate themselves with the
work of OEC. Representatives of
each of the member countries
meet daily at the OEC head
quarters to discuss their econo economic
mic economic problems and work out com common
mon common solution. Since" its inception,
the "OEC has set up numerous
technical committees and several
special agencies to assist. in car
rying out its functions, and, it
maintains close relations with oth
er international organizations
which have similar objectives in
certain fields.
Said a 1958 report of tfa
PewoS t Buaopa Baa
fcoctlni- tad t f fcl' Wnntngw
"European people'-clearly leu.tna
need to combine'Jkheir force- (In
thetask oi postwar reconstruc reconstruction).
tion). reconstruction). The If arshall Plan gave
them the opportunity, K ie impos
sible to exaggerate the immense
service which. tha United States
rendered to Europe, not only by
providing her with a total sum
of $13 billion over a period of four
years, but also Ty asking that
this sum should be allocated by
the European countries them
selves: thus giving them an Incen
tive to co-ordinate their efforts to
make the best- possible sa of the
dollars they received."
BENELUX .A custom nlon
created by Belgium, the Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands and Luxembourg on Jan.
1. 1948. By the fall of
1949, all custom duties and Im
port restrictions among them were
suspended, and this activity has
developed into a still more far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching Treaty of Economic U U-nion,
nion, U-nion, signed Feb. 3, 1958, creat creating
ing creating of these three countries a sin single,
gle, single, harmonized economic unit.
NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY
ORGANIZATION ( NATO ) Found Founded
ed Founded in 1949 out of military insecur insecurities
ities insecurities in World War II' s uncertain
aftermath, this associated the At
lantic Alliance nations in milita
ry planning, defense Contributions,
deployment and strategy. Recent Recently,
ly, Recently, Senator Theodore F. Green,
fnrmpp Chairman 'of fh 'tf.S;-Sin
ate Foreign Relations Committee,
in Paris in his -capacity as Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the U.S. Delegation to th
Fouth Annual Conference of NATO
Parliamentarians, made these re
marks on NATO's ten-year ac
complishments:
" .wot oniy is natu strong
in r military sense, but this mili
tary strength 1s also based upon
sound and developing economies.
Tha Marshall Plan'has succeeded
by co-operative economic mea
sures now finding their fruition
in increasing reas of free trade
and co-operation h meeting o o-versea
versea o-versea economic, problems.
Tnen, too,- in the matter.ot po
litical consultation, NATO has. tak
en tremendous stride. Our .' am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors sitting her tin Frac
have discussed1 ioreign policies in
a way which few of us would
have contemplated ten years 'ago..
Finally,' I should mention the.
progress whidh we Ar now mak making
ing making in our-joint efforts to increase
our scientific-.collaboration. . .4-
."NATO i a living, growing or organism.
ganism. organism. .NATO represents Hhe Hhe-most
most Hhe-most powerful association of like like-minded
minded like-minded fre men in human histo history.'
ry.' history.'
NATO's military direction, Su Supreme
preme Supreme Headquarters. Allied Pow Powers'
ers' Powers' Europe ( SHAPE); r formerly
headed by President Dwight D.

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Pans Within -the larger NATO
complex i the Western European
Union, a seven-nation jegional as association.
sociation. association. i :'
I Council of Europe An officially officially-sponsored,'
sponsored,' officially-sponsored,' organization of fifteen
European nations which aims "to
achieve a freaWr unity between-

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Three of France" famous "European"; Jean Monnet, President of the Action5 Cdmmittee for
the United States of Europe: Robert Schuman, whose name honored the Plan which became
the European Coal and Steel Community; Louis Armaiid, retiring President of "' EUratom.

its Members for the purpose
safeguarding and realizing the ide ideals
als ideals and principles which are
their common heritage and facili facilitating
tating facilitating their economic and social
progress." The first session was
held in August 1949. To the reeul-
k discussions in the Council's
frtaoiii-if 111 anil Vkllov nAar14iinifaie i n
W'Mui.w.uA aauu. muoj ncauuaitua Alt
Strasbourg, in northeast France,
come the foreign ministers and
other top leaders of the Western
European nations. Its Consultative
Assembly constitutes a kind of
European forum. This past au autumn,
tumn, autumn, for example, delegates and
experts m Strasbourg debated co
ordination of member states' for
eign policies, institutional reform
of the Council, social and econo economic
mic economic aspects of the Common Mar Market
ket Market and Free Trade Area projects,
European cooperation in matters
of atomic energy, and a host of
other economic, social and cultur cultural
al cultural questions of common concern,
European Payments Union
(EPU) Set up by the OEEC coun coun-tnes
tnes coun-tnes in an agreement signed Sep September
tember September 19, 1950. The EPU was a
new and revolutionary arrange arrangement
ment arrangement whereby each country's trad trading
ing trading credits or debits with every
(quarters at Strasbourg,
other oowtry were canceled out
at the end of each month, leaving
single credit or debit with the
EPU, and provision was made for
tha granting of automatic credit
to cover a certain portion of any
country's debt to the Union.
To be ready for their objective
of currency convertibility, the
EPU members on August 5, 1955
signed the European Monetary
Ageeot, TRmis at -the turn of
Three Allies
the present year, when the major
Western European countries were
able to take important currency
convertibility steps, the European.
Monetary Agreement came utfo
effect, andEpU is now being
wound up.1 The institutional change
is not so greajt as might be expect expected.'
ed.' expected.' Basically, transactions be-.
tween ,the countries will now be
handled by commercial money
markets rather than state -vbooki
keepers, but there still will be a
system of multilateral clearance
and' credit -for nations that, trade
at a deficit.
Europeans Coal aq,4steel Com-munityJECSC)i-Frem;hmn
Jean
MonnetbriftchilQVborn in' the
spring-of 1951 and christened the
"Schuman Plan" after the spoils-,
oring French Foreign Minister.
By June 16, 1952, the Treaty es establishing
tablishing establishing the ECSC had been ra ratified
tified ratified by the' parliaments of the
six original signatories Belgium.

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France, Raly, Luxembourg, the
Netherlands and West Germany,:
and their common market in coal.

iron ore, scrap, and steel went in.;
to eirect tn 19S3. t or these indus industries
tries industries and produots within this six'-'
nation area, the following were
forthwith' abolished: customs du-1
ties,' quantitative 'restrictions, dual
pricing, currency restrictions, dis discrimination
crimination discrimination in transportation rates.
(In December 1954, the United
Kingdom signed a Treaty of Asso Association
ciation Association with ECSC.)
The European Coal and Steel
Community laid "the true founda foundation
tion foundation for practical and effective
economic coordination in these
Western European countries. The
ECSC set up as operating insti institutions
tutions institutions the High Authority, the
executive body, the Common As
sembly, the parliamentary body,
r
Signing of the
and the Court of Justice, the judi judicial
cial judicial body. The two latter mstitu mstitu-tions
tions mstitu-tions have now been replaced by
an expanded isfembly called the

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and1 a new Court of Justice, serv serving
ing serving not only ECSC but the two
newer European Communities
the Common Market and Eura-
tom, discussed below,
European Productivity Agency
(EPA) Created March 24, 1953,
to stimulate and co-ordinate the,
.woTk of National Productivity ten-1
ters of the seventeen -nation OE OEEC.
EC. OEEC. ki its major projects, parti particular
cular particular attention has been given to
management training, trade union
problems, applied research, priv private
ate private restrictive practices, whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail marketing, farm farming
ing farming methods,' and technical,, as assistance
sistance assistance to the less-developed a-
.1 1
at SHAPE,
reas ojf Europe. Above all, groups
from, all fields, of industry, dfstr;:
tion, apdagriculture have been-
seni across turoiwan jronuers ana
over fbthe,.Vhited States to study
the most up-to-date machines and
mpfhndR.
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Europ. A European railroad
fool, that had its origin in a i 1951
fench initiative which set ut the
world's first freight car pool; be
tween France, and. Germany, Lat
er, .this pool, was joined by eight
other Western European countries.
Today, 60 percent of the interna international
tional international rail freight traffic moves on
pooled dars niarked EUROP, thus
greatly reducing tne numocr or
cars' running; empty vand cutting
other transport costs through mu mutual
tual mutual .efficiencies and economies.
European; Coherence of Minis Ministers
ters Ministers Of. Transport Out of this, a-
t Bin on French Initiative, came
torofima, which finances invest investments
ments investments of EUROP member coua-

'tries in rollinteclf, aims at car

co-ordination of Western European
investments in transport facilities
and equipment
Mrnisterial ommtttee for Agri
culture and Fqod Established by
tne 'OEEC" onvanuary 14, 1955,
has carried ,outtWO detailed eon-
frontations of national agricultural
policies, and is making surveys of
certain forms of price and income
support. Member, cations have a a-greed
greed a-greed not to introduce new exitirt
aids.for agricultural products.
EpergydvjsQrj Commission and
the Energy Committee Establish Established
ed Established by.the- OEEC in November 1956
have made studies of Western
Europe's overall energy problems
and the sources' to assure an ade
quate supply of energy for conti
l-nued. economic expansion. These
Common Market Treaty by "Tha
groups played a co-ordinating role
in meeting the fuel crisis during
the Suez hostilities.
European Economic Community
in Rome on March 25, 1957, by the
six countries m the European Coal Coal-and
and Coal-and Steel Community, to create
an economic- union. The most tar-
reaching European co-operation
ever agreed to by sovereign na nations,
tions, nations, it went into business as a
gtjirijB, united,. conpewi the begin begin-njngof
njngof begin-njngof us, Jf?ar5,)(
Its executive "bodyls called the
European Economic Commission,
and the Community is served by
the European Parliamentary As
sembly and the Court of Justice,
which, as mentioned above, are
common institutions for the three
communities-Coaland Steel, the
Common1 'Market' and Euratom.
The Treaty also created a Euro
pean Investment Bank and a Eu European
ropean European Social Fund to finance new
industry and social ameliorations
in the new Community, and a Pev Pev-elopment'
elopment' Pev-elopment' Fund for overseas terri
tories associated with member
countries.
European Atomic Energy om-
mumty U3iratam,-rrr.Created by
The Six' in a separate Treaty
signed in Rome, rit pools atomic
energy materials and skills in a
joint eflort to create and develop
nuclear power industries m the
European Community.
The Western. European nations
participate jn the. International A A-tomic
tomic A-tomic Energy Agency, sponsored
by the United Nations, which came
8
A Sollac continuous hot-strip
w. j n 1 a
turopean iuai ti
into, tu&kvKCQ in, the summer of.
1957. to accelerate and enlarge the
contribution f..atbrffic energy to
pence, hea I tji and prosperity
throughout the world, and not to
further any military purpose. Sev Several
eral Several months later, the OEEC
nreeWlsetfVftilhe European,
WWfsMOlhlwy to -sponsor
joint undertakings in nuclear
eneihetrinB i and research. The
first of these is Europchemic, an
enterprise in which twelve mem member'
ber' member' natron ffr taking 'part Which
is constructing a fuel processing

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plant In Belgium. "?
Intergovernmental Com&jttee on
the Free Trade Area As a result
of British initiative, the OEEC ia
1957 created an Intergovernmental
Committee on the esMMishmemt
of a European Free fl!rade Area ;
to carry on negotiations to deter
mine the"1 conditions mte which

the European Economic Commu
nity of The Six" could be asso
ciated With the other' eleven OJB
EC countries on a multilateral
basis. -
,4TourismCommittee' Ah OEEC
organism Ho promote tourism a
a valuable" source of exchanga
earnings for the seventeen mem
ber countries. The Committee ha
made an important contribution
towards simplification, .frontier
formalities and the raising of cur-
rency allowances for foreign trav-
CO-OPERATION H4 EDUCATION
In the fields of Yout;4pd Edu Education
cation Education too, Europe is moving to together.
gether. together. The OEEC Office of, Scien Scientific
tific Scientific and Technical Pejoti(iel in
the past year sponsored two inter international
national international demonstration bbtifses for
secondary school teachejs'and su
pervisors, at Keele University in
the United Kingdom aitf'at Tut
zing in West Germany. Other ses sessions
sions sessions for science teachers were of offered
fered offered near Munich last summer
and near Pans last fall. f
At the University ofrjon, hi
east-central France, the 'European
Universities Committee under tha
auspices of the Western European
Union, last September held it
second Conference of University
Rectors, to which came the heads
of universities in twenty Euro European
pean European countries, together with high
government officials and expert
Six" m Rome,
in various fields of tha arts and
sciences. Subiects discussed: 'Tha :
Universities and the Shortage of

Scientists and, Technologies, nd
"Studies relating to Europe in tha
Universities.' i. ..:

A Study Conference on Educa Education
tion Education not long ago uroed that stu students
dents students in school be instructed, ia v
the forms of international -ao-oper-
Ettenne HIrsch, newlf srppointeel ''
President of Euratota.
ation tn which their country k in involved,
volved, involved, including the United Na- v
tions and its agencies, NATO, and i
the European institutions. ?;
The French particularly are fol following
lowing following through on this, probably
because their nation belongs to
every United Nations. NATO .and ;
European institution, and has tak tak-en
en tak-en the initiative .in proposing and
has taken the initiative mpropos mpropos-ing
ing mpropos-ing and actively supporting tha
development of new organization. t
to further: Western eo-operation.
mill In France, initiator tha
o 1 n -7. I
otcci igoimuuii).
They also jcarf y, on -this Jistrue-
tion because they agree with tha
Conference's' reasoning that 'Far
from presenting semor belts and
girls at school with a picture of
disconnected or contrasting, inter
national obligations, this view of
graduated international coopera cooperation,
tion, cooperation, froijijhe ilose unity SJichiev SJichiev-ed
ed SJichiev-ed by a small group of conij;uoin
countries vith common itjteresti
to co-operation between themajor themajor-ity
ity themajor-ity of nations 'for practical pur pur-poses'on'
poses'on' pur-poses'on' wwlwirhwile, it,
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JH1 PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY VTWSPAPI31 V
FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1J5I
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MRS. PATRICK B. HUTCHINCS, JR.
Mr. and Mn. Ktnntth Robert MacKilg of GUndtla, Calif., an.
neunca tha marnaga of thair daughtar, Karan Jill, to Mr. Patrick B.
Hutehingt, Jr., ton of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hutehingi of Balboa.
Tha wedding was loUmniied in tha Blattad Sacramfnt Church In
Cambricfga, Ma$t.
Tha brida attandad Glandala Schools and was graduated from
Cristobal High School in the Canal Zona. She attended Canal Zona
Junior College- and Bryant Collage in Providence, R.I. Tha bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom Was graduated from Balboa High and Massachusetts Institute
of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Tha couple is now residing in
Cambridge.

Mrs. Moore To Visit
Barents In Colon
Mrs. Virginia Moore is expect-
!d to arrive on the Isthmus Tues Tues-ay
ay Tues-ay fronvher home in Denver,
olo.
She witt ipend few weeks vi
Siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
. W. Gfjufd, of Colon, and form form-r
r form-r frienda on the Isthmus.
i w,-
Umader Dff leers, Wives
4lan Weirefrr Hei Down,
Membetsofathe Tort Amador
ilfficers iitrt"tlM will sponsor
! Western m Down party Satur
ay evenJhivSApril 4, at the Ami Ami-or
or Ami-or Office nrlub.
A chicke&ln the basket dinner
fvill be served at 6:30, followed by
fquare dancing to the music ot
lie Coitonpickers.
Membets of the Star and Circle
fquare Qancers will be on hand
b perforin and lead the dancing.
Those planning to attend are re reminded
minded reminded to wear Western type
tostumes.
Reservations should be made
With Mrs. Charles Jagoe, 82-4244.

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&CdSm l:$f '5 or th tntirt family. Pay only
; 'X:. y. ong ploiintd for vocation.
17 ST1 whilo you onjoy AVIANCA'S world fe
V3 W fflmouHuxury.mct. WP ; W'-
I Jl G5p Down Payment i : ---f.. lA
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Caribbean College Club
Honors Alaskan Statehood
Honoring Alaska as the forty-
ninth state, the Caribbean -College
Club heard a speaker and law
slides on Alaska, and carried
the same theme in table decora decorations
tions decorations at Its general meeting this
week in the Red Cross Building
in Cristobal.
The guest speaker was Mrs.
Gordon Deuermeyer. Mrs. V. L.
mui i is nan in Ul KV UA tuc 161
freshment table? "which was
Morris was in charge of the re
pointed wun an igioorJCakiBia tig tig-urines
urines tig-urines and a flag of the new state.
Mrs. W. F. Grady president at
the meeting. The musical program
included selections from light ope opera
ra opera and semi-classics by a trio com composed
posed composed of Mrs. F. L. Sauer, Mrs.
O. E. Jorstad and Mrs. R. R.
Daugherty, accompanied by Mrs.
Clement Gen'is.
Shamrocks Are Decor
For St. Patrick's Dance
The Knights of Columbus of Panama-Balboa
Council 1371 and
their guests wore traditional Irish

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anama
green shamrocks at a St; Patrick's
Day dance at the Knights of Col
umbus Hall in Balboa.
Music for dancing was furnish
ed by Panama a Louis Armstrong.
The Knights next project will be
helping with the bazaar to beuc-
ut St. Mary a Mission, xne oazaar
will be held at St. Mary's for five
days starting April 28.
Clayton Officers Wives
To Meet Per Bridge
The Fort Clayton Officers Wives
Bridge Club will meet Tuesday at
1 p.m. at the Clayton Officers
Club.
Bridge players should call Mrs.
Jack Morgan, 87-3134, for reser reservations.
vations. reservations. Balboa Emblem Club
Meets At Elks Home
Ann Kiernan, president of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Emblem Club 49, presided at
a meeting held last week at the
Elks Home on La Boca Road.
Before the business meeting, a
talk was given by Miss A. Mc Mc-Knight,
Knight, Mc-Knight, nurse consultant for the
Point Four tuberculosis program
in Panama. She discussed the
work being done in Interior
health centers. A question and
answer period followed her addres
Refreshments were served be
fore the meeting by the hostesses,
Frances Byrd, Flodo Monaco and
Maud Clinchard.
B a star .Parade Planned
At Panama Hi Won Hotel
Plans for a traditional Easter
Bonnet Parade have been an announced
nounced announced by the Panama Hilton Ho Hotel
tel Hotel staff for Easter Sunday. The
event will be held at the Cabana
Club.
Ladies from Panama and the
Zone are invited to participate.
Prizes will be awarded for the
most beautiful and most original
bonnet.
As an additional 'attraction, a
special Easter barbecue will be
served, and dance music will be
provided by Clarence Martin.
(Continued on race
Meetings
The Fourth Degree Assembly of
the Knights of Columbus will hold
a monthly business meeting this
evening at 8: IS at the Panama-
Balboa Council 1371 in Balboa.
An informal dinner will be serv
ed at 6:15 at the Tivoli Gueit
IT siii a 411 wMatmkaa akaari a llv

lAivustv n aiawaasie. vestvftesujr
ap-fthos in the Armed Forces, art in-

tftte4i to ; attend; '&
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BAN UZ' MOVIIS
CAIRO (UPI) All of Eliza
beth Taylor's movies have been
baned by United Arab
Republic authorities because the
actress recently purchased $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 worth of state of Israel bonds.
Mohamed Aly Nasseff, director of
film censorship, warned a similar
boycott would be imposed on all
movie figures who "help the Zion Zionist
ist Zionist cause."

TOllTE-EL

Certain Sayings

ACROSS
IThe calls
tha kettle
black
4Mamfloves
'and toll
12 Cakes and
13 Wing-shaped
14 Sea eagle
15 Walter
Raleigh
.18 Sorcery
18 Body
57$-haped
worm
DOWN
lApxelty
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8 Finish- ;.

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5 Century plant
Hindu-

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segments

11 Dregs
17 Fancy
19 Asiatic nation
23 Put in type

20 Removes
Chemical
suffix
22 Fencing sword 24 His and'
41 ana
glove
28 Greek goddess
37 High
mountain
80 Girl's name
82 What Romans
call Italy
24 Keep
is Made a home,
as a bird
26 Watch
87 Horse's gait
29 Hardy heroine
40 the light N
fantastic
41 diem
42 Here and
45 Having
prickly parts
49 Forgiveness
81 Exist
82 Man's namr
S3 Cavity
84 Metal
85 Carry (coll.)
86 All's well that
well
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Idueetion of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese ef the Panama
Canal Zone)
Yeur Evening Bible Reading:
St. Matthew 25:31-44
CHRIST IN A JIM CROW CAR
"Inasmuch as ye have done it
unto one of the least ef these my
brethren. .ye did It not unto
We readily see, as we read our
Lord's account of the great assize
in the last day, that the final test
of vur lives is Mia test ot com
passion. The Judge wiu not ass:
you to repeat your creed, or to
recite your doctrines of particular
salvation, but will demand ot us
how we have dealt with those
whom He calls "the least of these
my brethren." But this does not
make our religion lust a bit ot
hum anitarianisnu
Christ the Judge tolemnly warns
us. that whatever e do to our tel.
tow: man w ; doi Him-itoe Jugtf.
so me parawe leacnea xwo es
sential truths: the first and fore
most, that it is our reaction to
Christ Himself which ia the sole
basis of the judgment upon us;
and second, that we either min
ister to Christ or we reject Him
in the persons of His human
brethren.
Christ is in all humanity In
such a way that we cannot touch
a human being without touching
Him. He is in the hungry, the
thirsty, the stringer, the naked,
the sick, the prisoner. He is in the

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29 Cushions
31 Saltpeters
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object of our snubs and snobber snobberies.:
ies.: snobberies.: He is in the segregated, and
the ; Jim-crowed. He is In every
living soul: and what we do to
anybody we do to Him. (
If we now feel a bit uneasy we
are on the right road. But if we
throw this thought aside, we have
added another barrier between
ourselves and God. One of Israel's
great mistakes was to alllow her
relieion to be so crystallized that
it by-passed most people. Is this
our mistake too?
Gobbledy Cooks Gq
In Drive Opened
In Memphis Today
MEMPHIS (UPI) The Gen General
eral General Services Administration has
declared war on Nit Picking
Neds, Gobbledjr Gook Garys and
Foggy Freds
The campaign was launched
today at the beginning of a four
day workshop the federal agency
is sponsoring here. iThe purpose
1st to train personnel in weeding
out obscure language in wavy cor
' respondence. . fi i: i:
Theso arV definitions: of : the
terms, as provided by officials at
the. workshop; ;
Nit Pickinr'Neds Those in.
sisting on having work re done
to suit personal desires.
Gobbledy Good Garys Those
who -use odd and unusual words
in letters.
Foggy Freds Persons who
write letters without the benefit
of adequate information pertain
ing to their subject.
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As most of you readers know.
the popular Blackwood Convention
is a means of asking for aces and
kings. Four no trump asks for
aces: later on, five no-trump asks
for kinds. -
The club response show no aces
or kings, as the case may be; dia
monds snows one;nearts two, etc.
occasionally, a player will not
like his hand and will want 10
lie about his holding. The custo
mary and -somewhat unethical
manner is to go into a long hud huddle
dle huddle and then reply one short. If
partner is honest, he will bid on
tne assumption that you have told
the truth; if not, he will know
that you have one extra ace or
king as the case. may be and take
advantage of this information.
lne Jacob .method is to Dlav
a definite convention that a play
er may lie about two card ns-
ver one, and only when certain
that partner can recognize the he.
Soufh's five-club bid today is
an example of this convention. His
jump to four hearts hadbeeu a
substantial overbid and his live live-club
club live-club showed this and his two aces
at one and the same time.
This caused North to ston at fius
hearts which was all the hand
could make. If North had held th
king or queen of hearts he would
nave bid the slam1 anyway.
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North Eaat . Sent, West
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by East You pass as does West
and your partner doubles. What
do you do now?
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HEIDELBERG, Germany (UPI)
Traditional Jewish holy days of
the Passover will be celebrated
throughout the U.S. Army in Eu Europe
rope Europe from sunset of April 22 to
sunset of April 30.

HOLY WEEK SERVICES

Special services win mark the
observance of Holy Week at x St.
Christopher's Episcopal' Church,
Parous Lefevre, beginning with
tne traditional Palm bunday n es,
The day will open with a cele-
bration of the Ho'y Communion at
a.m. followed at 7:30 a.m. by
the Blessing of Palmsr Procession,
and the suns? Eucharists Tha fi
nal service for the day will begin
ai v.ia p.m. ,
On Monday, the annual "Ouie
Day" will be conducted from 1
a.m. to 3 p.m and from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. A similar devotional
exercise ; will be ,. presented on
x-uesaay, irom 8 s.m. to l p,m.
for high school students.
On Mauhday Thursday, there
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, On Good Friday, from noon tsj
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Confederals loldbr
Buried Vilh: Honors

SLANT, Va. (UPI) Virginia
buried her last Confederate sol soldier
dier soldier in a- cemetery on a hillside
in Siott County yesterday and the
South bowed its head in memory. .'
'From Texas there was a wreath-3,
from the last remaining survior uf ;
the men who bore arms in the
Civil War nearly 100 years ago.
He is Walter W. Williams, 8 fee-"
ble old man of 116. -
Buried here with military ;hoa-;
on was John Sailing, a moun mountaineer
taineer mountaineer who served insignificantly
as .a private in a Virg'nia regf-
ment, assigned to dig saltpeter
and guard against Yanker forays

inio me nws.
Saliina died of nneumonia Minn.
day at the aee or 112. He hclif

the honorary rank of "General," X

aiuijc .ui. tne "Cuiuvusra.cy, om-f
most of h's neighbors and famUy
called him nJncle John."
He, w,ajr buried in a family cenn
etery a little more than a mile!
from the, mountain cabin: wher
ne uvel most of his life; He wore
a gray uniform wh'ch was givea
to him after- he was 100 years 1
old. 'He never wore h unifom in
war.
The South did not have enough
to go around, and John Sailing,
private, Co. D. 25th Virginia Reg Regiment.
iment. Regiment. wore mountain garb.
A Reserve Army chaplain of of-fered
fered of-fered a final prayer. The grave grave-sid
sid grave-sid services closed when seven
enlisted men fired three volleys
in salute. An Army bugler played
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End In Arrests :
' NEW yQRKT March 2MUFI)

Polie arrested 10; children,
ranging in age from. .10 to 15
years old, last night on charges
they participated in sex parties

In the apartment 01 jt, .notori .notorious
ous .notorious procureT. ,,

-PoHcs said their Investigation
still was not complete and that

as many as 30-teen-agers- may

have oeen involved lptthe- par

The live boys and live" Klrls

will be charged, with inyenita eall-gtrl chargeai s

delinquency 4oday.Thelr name?

were not .reyeaiea.?

George Dilbiri' 4L "was sought

as "the Iristlsatof of the parties.

H was arrested last month un

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on charges of supplying $100-

a-night can girls to wealthy
businessmen, police "said, but he

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. Police said Dilbin's apartment

was used for the sex parties be

lore lie was arrested on the

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i HOLLYWOOD (UPI) --- Singer

Eddie Fisbet. Jlupossessej. of, nis
television show by his sponsor

na nis iue- savings or ma ior

mer wife, today leoked.forward topyr" of die. Mosul rebellion, and

pieage iuu support to .i'resiaent
Gamal Abdel Nasser in the fight
against "Communist imperialism"

in me niaaie mk- . t

f The rally coincided with new ev-

wence oi a widening of the
breach between Nasser 1 and the
Soviet Union.
The- semi-official Mideast news
agency, in a dispatch informed
sources said was authorized by
Nasser himself, charged Russia
with trying to "subject the entire

Arab (area to Communism.'

a -future, of work-" and .maybe
marriage ; to actress -. Elizabeth

Taylor. .V

The boyish-looldng SO-year-olJ

crooner closed out Jus regular TV

program last mgnt by, war

bline a medley of the songs that

made mm one or the country's
most popular singers and lifted

him from, the streets of Philadel

phia to the center of one of rum rum-land's
land's rum-land's most sensational triangles

Raven-haired Liz Taylor, 27,

watched from a 'special booth off-

camera as Fisher performed. She

later accompanied him to a small

party,

"It is the end of something,?' he

said after the program. "I'm a
little bit sad and a little bit re

lieved. I feel a little bit peculiar.

VBut I've got the future to thinK

about."

'Pisher lost all his savings to his

former wife, actress Debbie Rey

nolds, 26, last month when he

signed whopping property set

tlement with her to clear the way

for her to get an uncontested di

vorce, according to his business
manager.

t But Fisher has a 12-year con

tract with NBC which could pay

him upwards to -1 million dollars

if the network can lino, work tor

him. His latest sponsor explained

he wasn't picking up the option
to Fisher's show because it bad
dropped in ratings.

And he has a five-year contract

with the Tropicana Hotel in Las,
Vegas calling for a million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. He starts a four-week en engagement
gagement engagement at the "hostelry April 1,

with Miss Taylor expected to taice
up residence nearby.

Friends say Fisher probably

will stay over for an extra two
weeks, long enough to get a Ne

vada divorce, and then marry the

sultrv actress. (His California ai

vorce won't become final until

next February.)

- CAIRO (UPI)-A quarter of a
million Egyptians yesterday
jammed Alexandria's Liberation

square to- honor the Iraqi "mar

; The dispatch marked the first
direct attack on Russia in the

split growing out of the anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist revolt against Pre Premier
mier Premier Abdel Karim Kassem of
Iraq last week. Nasser made no
mention of Moscow in his soeecH-

ea last week denouncing the Red Red-supported
supported Red-supported Kassem regime.

; lne news agency accused Pre.

mier Nikita S. Khrushchev of

making an "about-face" and ri.

neginc on 'promises of non-inter

ference and peaceful co-existence
between countries of different so social
cial social regimes." It said Khrushchev
had promised Nasser in Moscow
last year to support Arab unity
under "Nasser's leadership but now
attacked Arab nationalism and
unity.

(In Moscow, the official Com

munist Party newspaper Pravda

NO WITNESS BOXES

NEW YORK (UPI) Kines

County Surrogate Maximilian

Moss called his first court to or

der yesterday in Brooklyn's new

$18,500,000 Supreme Court build building.
ing. building. He noticed that something

was missing the witness box.

Building officials informed Moss

that the architects had not pro

vided witness boxes in any of the

elegant courtrooms because a

committee of judges wanted it
that way. Moss ordered a witness

box installed with all due speed.

repeated -' Khrushchev's, pledge
that the Soviet would continue" to
Carry out its economic obbgatiohs
to the UnitedvArab Republic; The
newspaper ignored Nasser's 'blast
against Khrushchev's warning

that his. anti-Communisi pblicyi'enling rate of approximately
wit "rfnnmort .tn ilni-a : S70fl.000.000 annimllv

u wvvauu v .nauA it-

The Alexandria rally was or

ganized br thsdNational. Union

the only -political party permitted
in the United Arab Republic. Jf
was attended by government; pro professional
fessional professional and religious leaders.
A series of resolutions drawn up
by Alexandria University were
adopted unanimously. They Called
for: A protest to Khrushchev
against his statements defending
Arab Communists; a protest
against Khrushchev's charge that
Nasser was seeking to .annex
Iraq, and support for Nasser.
(Students in the Libyan capital
of Tripoli staged an anti-Commu.

nist demonstration in the streets
yesterday, shouting "down with
Communism" and "down with
Kassem." Police gdarded the So Soviet
viet Soviet Embassy during the demon

strations.)

Dillon Predicts ; ; -DLF
To Continue 1
10 To 15 Years More

(UPI)-C. Douglas Dillon;" Under'
secretary of State for Economic
Affairs, has predicted that the
U.S. Development Loan Fund
(DLF) will continue for 'at least

10 to 15 years a an estimated

"I do hot say jt,will be over thanj

enner, ne aaaeo,. xnis is a
long-term problem that we are
faced with., -I do 4 not think that
there is. any use 4n trying to
deceive ourselves- about that."
Dillon made the prediction dur during
ing during recent closed-door hearings of
the House Appropriation Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, testimony' was made
public today.
He was iestifying in support of
the requested emergency appro

priation of $225,000,00' to ena

ble the DLF to continue leading at

its present rite for the remain remainder
der remainder of the current fiscal year end ending
ing ending July 1, 1959.
The committee has reportedly
made a tentative decision to cut
the total to $50,00,000 for this
year. A final vote is expected Fri

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Beta Chapter Heidi.
Modal MMtlnf In Oihm
i The "model meeting1' of Beti
Chipter, BtU Wimt; Phi, wai
fceld i at the home of Miry Dimel Dimel-con
con Dimel-con la Qstun. Alice McGinn, pa
sideflt, give the welcoming id id-dresi
dresi id-dresi wd introouced the oulcerv
... The time, purpose end icopt of
Beta Sigma flu was explains oy
Ana Mie Bather, and Jo McDon
tieu live i ihort tii on the fntfii fntfii-lights
lights fntfii-lights 'ot the founding ind hliuiry
pi the internitionil sorority.
y Lionel Angermuller, chapter hli hli-tofiin,
tofiin, hli-tofiin, told of various activities
during the year, and Mary Dan
ielsou explained to rushees the va
rfoui degrees of pledge, ritual of'
Jewei and exemplar utgree, atid
displayed the degree pins.
.; 'jfneareaident, spetKing tor the
chapter, extenued Don voyage wish
el to Jean Judge and Maryanu
gcott, who ire leaving for a va vacation
cation vacation in the states.
" Gueit ipeiker for the evening
wls,B. F. Slaughter, well-known
AtlhUC Side artist, who discuss discuss-cd
cd discuss-cd 'water colors and demonstrate
edj'briish strokes, tricks and short
cm printing.
fiillbwlng the meeting, mem
bers-ihd guests played a game 01

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seven.
.eireshments were served "by
the hostess from' i buffet table
covered with an antique Spanish
lave cloth. Yellow roses, the jui
clal (flower of the sorority, were
used as a centerpieces. Am Mae
Butcher nresided at the punco
bowl and Alice McOann it the cof coffee
fee coffee service,

Cuba Asks FBI
To HelpH Catch
Peso Smugglers,
HAVANA (UPI) Cuki has
asked for FBI aid in tracking
down a racketeer -directed ring
smuggling black market Cuban
pesos into Cwbi from the United
States, an army spokesman an announced
nounced announced Ust night.
Cttpt. Miguel Duque de Estrada,
judge advocate at the Cabam For Fortress,
tress, Fortress, said the ring was buying
up Cuban' pesos at isdlicount
from refugee supporters of ousted
dictator Fulgencio Batista and
trying to smuggle them back into
Cuba.
He said several Americans
were being" held on suspicion of
smuggling and- that some "may
have been used Is tools by ricn
eteer interests in Miami and other
cities in the United States."

Interest Increases 2
For AHamira's
Picnic To Caimilo
At the date for Club Altamlra'i
innual outing to the Interior ap
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uiuatuvu, ti,t.ftqi. v
the Isthmus increased, ai mem-
Vi. nt th fairer ef renortefl DC4

lng busy selecting their picnic at'

lire, compriaea 01 imu jhh,
tv nant. end a variety of sweater

combination!.

In a trln tn th oicnic site last

Sunday by the tour committee, at
rangements for a variety of acti'
vltiel including accomodations and
Other facilities were finalised with
the Migistrite of the area and al alderman
derman alderman Jose Castanedas, for the
welcoming of the cipltalinos.
Meantime, arrangements are go
ini for other fund raising projects

of the group a concert In May
it one of the local theaters In Pa
ft a ma City, a special train to Co Colon
lon Colon on Sunday, June SI in connee
tlon with the annual Father's Day
program and a boxing card at the
arena.
Tickets, priced at $1.50, for the
outing to Puerto Caimito are ob obtainable
tainable obtainable from members of the
group. Willie Moro and his "Su "Super"
per" "Super" orchestra are rehearsing
steadily for the event.
No mMting Sunday
A scheduled business meeting of
the group will not be held this
Sunday, as several committees
working on the Club'i various prO prO-taftte
taftte prO-taftte fnr tha half vr will ho in

different section of the country if,

conjunction with their missions.

i

fca&hJi is Wonderful

Cheer up your festivities with heiuti heiuti-ful
ful heiuti-ful items especially for the occasion.
Greeting Cards
Chocolate Eggs
Etiter Eggs with prliei Inside
Plittio Eggs with chocolate Inilde
Beautiful green rugs
Vegetable dye for eggs
Ducklings (rial)
Rattle Easter Bunnies with
gg stand

Religious Flgurlnei and Items
Colored Grass
BASKETS BASKETS BASKETS
Choose from t hug assortment

Gel rebdy f of the FeilivttteilWome to v
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE
(Both Across from the old Ancon Post Office)

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fully eombines lobster talis with frosea .ream el ihrim soup,

By OAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
For a meatlesi meal or just for
the fun of good eating, try this
f.oto tiwat cambinlna rock lob-

ster tails and cream of shrimp
soup, both froaen. And here's a
mtu MrV hefnr cookins the lob

ster: Insert a skewer through the

shell lengthwise, xmi Keepi uie
shells from curling up.

Lobster Tim oeinni
(Makas 4 servings)
Four rock lobster tails, 1 can
nn nunri frozen condensed

cream of shrimp soup, V. cup

pi-nm. 1 tablespoon lemon

juice, 1 tablespoon sherry or wa

ter, 1 tablespoon cnoppea pais paisley,
ley, paisley, Mi teaspoon dry mustard Par

mesan cheese.

Cook lobster tails in boiling wa

ter for 10 minutes. R emo V

meat (keeping shells intact) ; cut

into, va-incn pieces, in saucepan,
Combine soup, cream lemon juice,
wine or water, parsley and mus-
Intvl. hunt Hiffnir nnu rA than

imu, u&nij s vwn ,au "."
Add lobster meat. Spoon mixture

in;o lODsier aneus, sprinxie gen
erously with Parmesan cheese.
Broil 4 to 8 Inches from heat, a
bout 10 minutes or until nicely
browned.

Life Philosophy t
01 Vcn Hotoldl

Is Museum Subject
The Pinimi Museum Society
1.14 th t otiA nt th federal

B.KVihitn rj npm villi- anona.

or i lecture on ''Alexander von

Humboldt, His Xift and His worm

Philosophy," oy Dt. aoou Miyer Miyer-Abich,
Abich, Miyer-Abich, profesior of philosophy ind
science et the University of Ham-

hurt . ,.

Open free to the punk, tne ev event
ent event will be held rrlday evening A A-prll
prll A-prll S, In the Panama Museum, A-

venidi tuoa ana sum sireei, ai
The lecture, In Spanish, wlii
commemorate the 100th anniversa
ry of th8 death of the famous
..UmIi) nhlln.nhhor Bd tflVIlr

who spent more than three yean
... ( A.mlAA .IllJ.llllM I U

in l.aun AOitriKii iiuujring uiw
geography, the climate, the mode
of living of the people, and taking
many notes which he later incor incorporated
porated incorporated In many volumes of scien scientific
tific scientific and philosophical writings.

Burkenroid, chilrmin of the Mu

seum society'! progrim commit commit-tee,
tee, commit-tee, and Count George von Pip-
rtanhaim r.rtnin MinifttAF tt P

nami, the talk will be Illustrated

with slides. t
Prof. Mayer-Ablch, who has te te-cently
cently te-cently been working at the Univer University
sity University of Valparaiso, li sneaking in
other Latin American cltlei on von
tfiimhntrit whom Charles Darwin

described as "the greatest SCicn

tmc traveler wnp ever uvea.
Elvis' Voice Is
Secret Weapon
Against Seagulls

LUWUUiN tuFt) J!;ivis rres-

Chsy Scalloped Petite!
(Mak$ 4-4 scrvlngi)
Ana ran MnU ntlnnl rrnrion-

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cup milk, dash black pepper,
4 cups sliced potatoes, 1 small o o-nion,
nion, o-nion, sliced;- 1 cup shredded
sharp cheddar cheese, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon butter or margarine, dash
paprika.

Camboa Church Set

For Annual Picnic

On Chagres River

The congregation and Sunday

School of the Gamboa union
Church will unite in holding the
annual picnic on Sunday, at the
Gun Club shelter on the ihore of

(ha rhkttMa River

I'M luvi nfmnlaf avent ll

open to iU members, friends, and

neighbors,' .... u

Those having cmiaren, in un;
day School are especially invited

to come es iamuy gruiayi.. miiu

family ii nxea to Dnng au n

! tin a inrvira lor infra-

oiuAi and nnn peneroiia dish for

the common table which will be
mryanA if 1 n ftl

Ice cream and soft drinks will
be'furflfshed. (,

lev's rock 'n roll sinainf it not

for the birds, it was reported

yesterday.

In fact, it has proved i new
cur-rat wtrninn In tomrintt ttti mH-

gulls which have become I fly

ing hazard at Staines, near the
London Airport, according to the
Daily Express.
The newspaper said the Minis Ministry
try Ministry of Supply found out about El El-vis'
vis' El-vis' effect on gulls when it sent
one of Its men to Holland to rec record
ord record the cry of a, gull in distress.
The official took' -tape record-

iC l Wilii.ii uau uwi-u ud iv-
ord a children's Christmas party

per. In buttered 2-quart casserole, at his home where one of Pres Pres-arrancp
arrancp Pres-arrancp laveri tit nntatrvps nninn llpv's recordies was sliycd.

sauce, ana oneese. uoi top wun in me ursi ujruui, sun u.. u..-butter;
butter; u..-butter; sprinkle with piprika. Cov- tress call failed to rUltle feath feather:
er: feather: bake in a moderate oven er. But when Presley's voice un-

ta?s aegreei r.) tor 1 nour. un- expecteaiy Doomea oui 01 uie
cover; bake 15 mlnutei longer or loudspeaker the gulls took off in
...it) Jx I ...

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TBI fAAMA AMXUCAS JLH WDBrODttt Dlttl 'HIWiFUt
JusticeDept Seeking Moneyjb Pay
I
Marshals If Needed On Desegregation
1 af'TT'
WASHINGTON. Mmh 19-(UPI)
pertinent officiate requested March
XL admimstrauon has asked
Congress for, $500,000 to pay the
cost ol endlnf U.S. Msrsnsls to
ny ma where achool integration
t mat me emergency fund bo maw
available immediately on grounds
H mioht ha naaHail lufrnx tha ma.
eni scnooi term enai. -The
controversial. taOO.OOO item
Evtn tchool kids hot won won-become
become won-become wot mokes more history.
trouoiea arise. r --w-'
Teitlmony made public today by
is uciuaea in an administration
snnnsnrfift It ftno nnn nm innnitmMi
is nouse Appropriations Buocom
mittee ouciosea
that Justice DO'
tary money bill oil which the House
Appropriations committee nai
scheduled i showdown vota tomor.
row

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Remember to change you empty packages for cups

The hi monav hilt itirrlai fundi

m iijs a la a a, .

to uae several aosen xeaerai agen
clei through tha current fiical year
which anda June SO, ; r
Explaining a request for nearly

(9oo,ouo in supplementary runai tor

u.B. Mirihtia, th official! tisu
tied:

The Department needed 500,

pow

Ann.' "nn nnfanUI iiaa" t tiitiiM

UVUHIV WiVHiU ailBV til CWUIVVIUC1II

or reoerai court aecreee on racial
Integration of public schools,

it neeaea 1300,000 to repiemin
regular fundi which were .tapped
in nav fiw MnKIIUIna tka taab feiuta

tif federal law officers tent to lit
tie Rock, Ark in the ichool Integra
tlon dtipute at Central High School
there last (all..
Nine Negro student! attended
elaaiei at Central High in the pre previous
vious previous aehoiti term f lMfJtat with

federal troops en hand to assure
their safety.
The troopi were removed Jait
summer and U.S. Marshals dta

patched there in September, but

me

ichool never reopened for the

mrrn rwrinia nr naiu

which barred integration.

AfcyARK. new turn inetruowr from Uruguay, ioing the faculty of the ua
Army paribbean Sehoel. Fort oulick. rrom left to right are: MaJ a7rold t. Sone aeeretaw of
&tiM?BYl?t Ab,thwn 0omM 6f to command ana eUff section of tfte echooi'a

(U.S. Army Photo)

"OOMPH" TAKII TIMI
CHICAGO (UPI)-Aetren
Turner erltielsait m a it a r

starlets for not worklna hard

pougn.it developing their

"That's tha trouble with thai

younnteri coming along the
aairf.- Tha Anf miIIm iw.

giimor tikei time."

House Appropriations Group

Cuts Major Money Measure

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Soecial Prices.

IVASttTTtfflTrvtf fTttir u flu

yesterday ordered a 1.4 per

cant Mlt Ih MM flMt imilni. Wln.

hower spending bill to come be.

fore it at this session of Congresi,
It voted 48M,3aT,ooo to finance
the Treasury, Poit Office Depart Depart-ment
ment Depart-ment and U.S. tax courts in the
fiscal year starting July 1. This
WIS 160.236.000 less thin Pr.i.

dent tiienhower had souirht.

Whila trimmlnff virinua itama

the committee granted atl funds'
raauattari tnr- if aHflMnnal

service agenti, including 18 more
to guard the President and Vice
President1 Richard M. Nixon.

The bill, scheduled for a House

vota tnri.v MA ha hmuim)

a fair test of any budtet-euttlmt

sentiment in Congress. Treasury
and Post Office budgets seldom

i are suscepuDie to neayy cuts

me

rar fram iiaihinn

dent's overall T billion dollar

Presl

budget the Democrattc controlled

Congress is expected to increase

in as, n votes iunas mr men no

Imestle programs as housing and

irpwi cc
But tha

a balanced im budget were kept
aliv for a whlta it U.if ku ka

House Banking Committee, ft ap

provea nis pians to snove more

rea inx soenaina into tna currant

year, already assured of at least

la 12 billion dollar deficit.

Tho Rinlrin rniYirnHfa

. w w mfr i o lliauv 1.1 9
proved an administration request the tax courts,

for an immediate outlay of it

375,000,000 for the International
Monetary Fund. Tuesday tha Sen.

ate Foreign Relations Committee

cnoae tne opposite course, voting
to spend the fundi next year.
Some compromise must be

worxea out,

iie fund makes short term
loans to countries which run into

a snortage of foreign exchange,
makina it unnacamrv tnr thm

to impose export cohtrols and

inereoy curtail world trade,

DeslDlte tha. Annrnnrition

committee reduction m the new

money bill, the total still was
$518,330,00 larger' than last year,

icuvuung .increased ieaerai pay

scans.

In one of its cuts, the commit

iee rejected i rpfliiau tnr

000 to buy t,500 two cylinder

scooters at 11,000 each for the
Post Ofice fienartmant'i font,.

mailmen,

Tha riAartmt!t o1iair

lng one cylinder 'maUmsster"
scooters. Tt wtnti fit Mn.ml tk4

service and argued in vain that

wo cyiinaers would give better
performance and perhaps filter

man delivery.
The hill wnuM tnv4H. a aoa

(010,000 :Jorithe;-Posttffiee De

iirrmanr. ii,ntin. t an biui

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aftd 8787.712.000 for tha Traimrv'

a tut of 88,310,000. No reduction

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PAGE EIGHT N
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT BATLY XEWSPAPEB
5
feiday; march u, lisr
'Saiitillan
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Trainer Receives Suspension
After Saliva Tests Show Drug

i President Remon racetrack stewards have dis disqualified
qualified disqualified Santillan, the surprise winner of last Sun-
day's $7500 added Francisco Arias Paredes (Speed)
: Classic after saliva tests disclosed the horse had been
drugged. A .
Jacinto (Chispa) Navarro, Santillan's, trainer,
was also suspended from the track for six months,
starting today.

Santfflan, a black five-year-old,
is the property of the Stud Rancho
Grande of which Carlos (Chicho)
: de la Guardia, the President s
""brother, is part owner.
- As a result second-place nniah nniah-"er
"er nniah-"er Siete y Medidcis now the of -"
ficial winner, third-place Quidico
'' moves up to second, fourth-place
Blancor gets third-place money
" and Double Four, which wound
"up fifth, collects the fourth-place
'- amount.
Share ar follows: first,
'Sim; second, $1500; third, $750
and fourth, 375. Jootwy Jose
Talavera, who rode Santillan,
" and the other riders who finish finish-'
' finish-' ed In the money wi:i collect
: their 10 per cent fees, so will
, not be affected by the disquali disquali-:
: disquali-: fication.
The owners of Santillan will be
' asked to return the' costly trophy
which they received during ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies following the race.
. The track management an an-;
; an-; nnunced that the drug "anfetazul"
was used. Navarro who is the se
nH t.rainpr to nenalized with
aix-month suspension since tne sa- (
liva test setup was uuruouc
late last year will be barred on
from the track and all its de-
pendencies.
introduced

cnuean iwanuei nivera, wHs.e(J tnat ne wiu s(md ms ac

Eunished last October when Don
,ucho, a horse uflder his care,
was found to have been drugged
after coming home first in an
ordinary race.
The Argentine-bred Santillan,
a highly rated animal beat Siete Siete-y
y Siete-y Medio by haX-length and paid
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Ernest BORGNINE
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$22.80 and i.20. The one-two
combination .(SanHllan-Sieta y
Medio) brought- dividend, of
$126.20.
Some of the fans who jammed
th track Sunday to see the an

nual Speed Classic are of the opin opinion
ion opinion that Sifete y Medio would have
beaten Santillan if his jockey
Braulio Baeza. had started his bid
a little earlier. -,.
Another factor which, may have
influenced the results of the race
it the fact that Siete y Medio,
which closed with a rush and ap apparently
parently apparently was gaining on Santillan
at the finish, was crowded .toward
the outside rail- fattW-fflt- tutu
just after Baez stitrted;t& niake
his dossing bid. y ;
Allamira, Marlboro
s
Play Softball Game
a Tomorrow Al 9"a.m.
jn(ent on snapping the winning
streak of the until now Altamira
squacj, r. Jackson, manager of
the Marlboro nine, has announc:
moundsman E; Morrell in tomor
row morning tvtiu againsf-, Alw Alw-mira
mira Alw-mira in ..the Sec6tii4of ttf. inteiri;
club summer series. w
In the opener two weeks ago
Club Altamira turned back the
Health Bureau team 12-5.
Fielding what has proven to.be
a winning roster, cagey manager
Edmund Jpseph? ojf the Altaftiira
will pithy. ;Hal,!?wHn Carew
as catcher, H. Daniels, C.
Jones, 3b, A. Reid, lb; L. Small,
l.f.; R. Carter, 2b, J. Ward, r.l;
T. Edghill, s.s. C. Wraner and J.
Thomas will act as coaches.
On the field for the disputed
Marlboro outfit wil be L. Gittens
trd,ftmely s.s ; C, Braith-s
waite, c; jf. Diaz, 2b; J. Eversejy,
c.f.; A. Lord, r.f.; E. Diaz, l.f,
and D Lyder, lb.
The game scheduled for the
Santa Rita ball park at 9:30, has
created a great deal of interest.
The big question will be answer answered
ed answered soon. Can the Marlboro team,
hand Club- Altamira, its first de
feat? .-i
when

1 1 M w,,.,. irnino-'ff nnimm

GRANADOS
ah was crowned

COSTA RICA
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Pacific Softball
League-
SECOND HALF STANDINGS

Won Lost Pet.
Abernathy Unisport X
Pan Liquido ...... 1
lJOOO
1.000
.000
.000
.000
Glud's Mariners . 0
Mauricio Ambassadors 0
Maduro Jantzen . 0
Next Games
20, Mariners vs Pan Li-
Friday
ouido.
Monday
23, Ambassadors vs
jantzen.
Tuesday 24, Pan Liquido vs Am Ambassadors.
bassadors. Ambassadors. Wednesday 25, Mariners vs Aber.
Unisport.
Pan Liquido Tie Unisport In PSL
An early deadlock in the current
second half, of the Pacific Softball
League was made possible after
the forever bidding contenders Pan
Liquido combined with McNair
Lane s exceptional mtcmng mes mes-day,
day, mes-day, to nose Geo. Maduro's Jant
zen 3-1.
Manaeer Nickisher sent Chas.
Carratini against Lane and the first
inning jinx again gave the jantzen
sauad troubles. Five Beermen
reached the bases on one hit scor scoring
ing scoring one run. Lane passed the first
without difficulty but Burtie Mead
laced a driving homerun to deep
left-center in the second, tying the
ball game. Only one olayer reaonea
second in the remaining innings
for Jantzen with Lane giving up
three singles.
Pan Liauido's two runs in the
second held the red-jersey Jantzen
as Carratini allowed six hits in
four innines then weakened in the
seventh but regained form and put
nut the threat bv Pan Liquido as
two men died on the bases without
scorine.
Losing pitcher Carratini hit Lane
for two line singles in three trips
while Gus Kosik. the Beermen
thirdsacker, also had two hits.
L The box score:
Pan Liquido AB R H
McArthur 2 0 1
Carlin Bill 4 1 1
Ostrea 41 1
Kosik 4 1 2
Huertas 3 0 1
Lane 2 0 0
Rawlev 3 0 0
Nesbitt 2 0
Carlin Bob .. ..' .. .. .. 1 0
Giavaelli ,. ..1 0 0
McGlade 2 0 0
Jantxen
Cicero 3 0 0
Riley
Gayer .
Nickisher R. :
Carratini .
Toctherman
Mead
Nickisher W.
Carr
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. 3
.. 3
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0 0
0 0
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..3 0
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An official scorer and sportswrit sportswrit-er
er sportswrit-er is urgently needed by the Paci
fic Softball League. Interested aD-
plicants are requested to conmt
League President, Bill De La, MaJ
ter, at uaiooa aoror oi.

in the Miss Universe Contest
Miss Costa Rica was honored :
with the title of "World's
most charming woman,', and NOW

gives you the added pleasure
of her gracious charm on all
regular flights
to
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Irish, who

have been asking the .English to
get out of r Ireland, will invade
England tomorrow and are favored
to win the world' toughest steep steeplechase
lechase steeplechase with" a nine-year-oM
ding named Mr What.
If Mr. What or any ,. of several
other highly regarded entries win
the 117th Grand National, Brit
ain's legal bookmakers will feel
they also have been -taken over
the Aintree course brutal jumps.
The bookmakers were'lunously
engaged in reducing their liability
for betting on the Grand. National
This activity began as. soon as fa
vored Marshal Pil won Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's Lincolnshire Handicap.. Mar
shal Pii was coupled with several
favored Grand National entries in
Britain's big spring betting dou double.
ble. double. Before Marshal Pil won, 8-1
odds wre easily obtainable on
Mr. What, the Grand National fa:
vorite. But the best odds the
bookies would offer Thursday on
Mr. What was 5-1.
Wvndbureh. the Scottish hope
who nlaced fourth while Mr. What
pasifv won the 1958 Grand Nation
al; Slippery Serpen, Janotner lrjsn
entrv: and Done Up are three
other nieniy ratea lumpers wno
have been coupled with Marshal
Pil to score a double.
.What has made it tough for the
bookmakers is tSie fact that odds
of 20-1 against Marshal Pil win
ning the Lincolnshire were obtain
able a few weeks ago. Many bet
tors wagered at the luof ative odds
of 160-1 on Marshal Pil winning
the Lincolnshire Handicap and
Mr. What taking the Grand Na
tional for .the second straight
vear.
Bookmakers admitted tney, wiu
face a record payoff Saturday if
Mr. What wins. But they Have his
tory and the world's toughest race
in their favor. Only 15 clear fa favorites
vorites favorites and five co-favorites have
been successful, in the previous
116 Grand Nationals.
The race is of worldwide inter
est also because an Irish HospiUl
sweepstake is based on the out
come.
Top Twenty, a 40-1 Irish Jump
ha .been taken out of
field. But seven Irish-owned am
and
trained horses remained among
more than 30 slated to start the
mad cavalry charge over 30
fencel and water jumps.
Ireland's hardy horses have
dominated the event in recent
years. Mr. What's 30-length tri triumph'
umph' triumph' inv.tthef4VtivmnHeventlast
year gave Ireland its fourth vie
tory in the last, six renewals of
the English classic
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KOBBE'S BEST Slightly favored to win the doubles title
tomorrow in the finals of the Panama Armed Forces Tennis
Tournament are Ft. Kobbe's Sgt. Ray Schilling (left) and Sp-4
Bill Pace. They are pitted against Air Force Cols. Nicholas
Powel and Roland Sllker of Albrook. The match is scheduled
for 3 p.m. at Rodman.--(Navy Photo)

Elks Tourney On Tap Sunday
Af Summit Hills Golf Club

The plans and preparations for
the B.P.O. Elks' Golf Tournament
to be held Sunday, March 22, at
the Summit Hills Golf Club are
complete. Chico de Oro has pre
sented a camera, complete with
flash bulbs arid attachment, and a
photo, album as first and second
prize fem the 'Junior section 'of
the toufhyment, and an imported
Italian ice bucket as an additional
ift '. , '
Charly of Salih and Charly, the
Hindustan Bazaar has. given a
hand made Guatemalan shirt, the
National Distillery a case of their
nroducts. and Maduritd's a bottle
of men's cologne. Atje Heller, the

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Unicar company, the activities
commitee of Lodge No. 1414 and
several other friends of the Elks
have made donations of prizes.
From the Baplfic, -sjdet suttee I
have been refeetwEd' from- praCti
cally all the golf ipg Elks. Their
contenders for, the rHattiBiorlshin
fwill probably include: Dr. Hero
Mttter, medalist of the PAA Tour Tournament,
nament, Tournament, Vince Lombrpia; 'Dean
Jack Smijjh of.tljp. 'Do-Right" Col College
lege College of Gamboa, Al Saarineni Jim
DesXorides, Tom Murphy and ma many
ny many others., ',' ",'
From fhe Atlantic side, the pre-
Ant. phnmninn Paul Rifhmnnri
the always 'dirtgetbus Don Hausei
and Frank: Day,' who will be
playing on his own golf course.
A bottle of-Agewood will be prej
sented to each adult contestant in
addition to whatever other prize
he may win. There wiH be kegs of
Balboa beer placed at strategic
positions on inecflurse.
The tWo'beatlftjir trophies will
be awarded to the low gross and
tunner-Up. AH other prizes will be
based on net scores.' For those who
do not have an established handi handicap,
cap, handicap, they will be given one to be
based on the Horner system.
All Elks apd their sons, especial especially,
ly, especially, those who are visiting or sta stationed
tioned stationed oh the istntrius and not
members "of either' Canal Lodge
1542 or 1414' are cordially invited
to attend and participate. Tee off
time beings at 7:30 a.m. and will
continue until all are playing. Fol Following
lowing Following the tournament, a, buffet
will be served. There will be no
entrj' or, greeriS fee, but the buf buffet
fet buffet 4Will be it. Remember the date
Sunday. March 22nd the place
Submit Golf club affd a bottle of
Agewood for each adult particip participant.
ant. participant. PENNY A TORTURI
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gazed Wishfully;. '.a'V an ancient
rack intKeTbwet f London ex exhibition5;
hibition5; exhibition5; of ; tor,tute instruments
yesterday then asked! the guard:
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'TROUNCES FIDANQUS
Panama Insurance insured' the1
first place lead by defeating Fi-
danque 10-4. Fidanque had been
chosen to win the second naji.
However, after aloselng ,thi game
it, is verjr'doubltful as td whether
they will even bme' Vn'eaH first
place. M-,a;
DehlmBer itched a very good
game allowing only 3 hits for Fi Fi-danaue.
danaue. Fi-danaue. -The .big hitters for' Fa
nama insurance were uomez,. .p-
oerson. and .lleniineer. un uie ri-
danque, squad the only fa a t'e r
who was able to get mortnan
one hit from Dehlinger qas Guie Guie-neri.
neri. Guie-neri. . S'l'-'?. ; .i ''.V
Fidanque'a four 'runs came in
the second inning, with men oo
first, second, and third. Guicne Guicne-ri
ri Guicne-ri came up and lashed 'a double
JA I-Lltj'. if
into ngnwieia scurine mree runs.
Dehlinger then proceeded ,to load
me Dases ana wbik in a run De-
fore he stnrcjc put the last attrj
ranama insurance tJainea tnetr
tuns in the first; and fourth in
nings, when Eppersdn and Dehliag
er came to bat with the bases
loaded. : ',
The box score: ;
Panama InsoririCe
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: -.3
....
1
.... 4
3
; ': ;3.
3
.-4
R
2
1
a
2
2
0
0
0
r
De la, Garza ;'
King .'..-'
Gomes
Epperson
Dehlinger
Spencer
Dilfer r
Holtsclaw'
Rodriguez
1
Total
is n
Fidanqu
Joyner
Baldwin
torres
Guieneri-
Baldwin
Brenes
Eder
Osborne
Burgopn
totals
. PAN AM JETS UPSET
LEADING PANAMA
INSURANCE IN PACIFIC
MINOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
: :!.' Vu ,;!((t) f ;
By jdE REYNOLDS5'
, r tiist i-s .qti' lifts 'aM
Wednesday' gbme wat the bett
game played this year at the Minor.
League ball park. The Panama In
surance fline1 went intly' thei game
conhdeht of Sin easy .victory,! af after
ter after beating such high ranked teams.
as urate -lane' and ndanqu. a ;
jtii.-!l -vvlififist sin Ktt'jr-'-?
The FlybPys-rl the other hand
figured they had nothing to lose
after making such a poor, showing
in the nrstr naif. After., a quick
run 'down of the wins, and losses
for.' each: team it was discovered
that with this win Pan Am Jets,
Grace Une.tndir?anam InwvA
ance are ail .ied rfpjj-fiistiPlaeeiJ
ao tne u iypoya. not Knowinaiy.
brought their neam into first place
with this victory over Panama In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. A brief, run.down of each
inning should show just how close,
of -a game this really was.
The first flRjug 'aw' jthe
boys raclc.un i. runs wbea,
L,ttenq-
riuKsun oeuetL ji wngie -jnt .Mia
field scoring )e to ruhief s ,that
were on. Avilai iheri came, up and
clobbered a- double into'" center
field scoring Hendricksori. Next it
was Monteaths urn to show What,
he could do., The first bitch went
sailing down the left field line ior
a clean double, 'scoring Avil 'The
remaining Flyboys' werJ retired
in order,
Panama insurance had a bad
run when De la Garza scored on
a wild pitch by Randall. However,
the second .inning was the Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Boys' big inning. With bases
loaded and two outs Epperson
stepped up and lashed a' double
scoring tWO -of the three ilietf fi
base.
Randall became a little wild and
filled the bases. Before the inning
had ended he had walked in three
more runs. This gave the Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Boys a two run lead at the
end of the second inning, for, when
the Flyboys came to bat they were
retired in order.. . v
In the third inning the Flyboys
tied the game at 6-aJl, when the
big boys of Pan Am Jets came
tp bat. These pig sticks are Jlen
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Hollen. Each of 'these boys.came
to bat f nd.rsent: the. .ball, falling
ior a- tree' oagEerVrrf,:
,m" uie insurance Boys came
to bat in the bottom of th3rH with
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the acore tied -all Spencer de decided
cided decided :to put in some a ubstitutea.
to itrengthen his batting Hn, tint

This .seemed, to. be a very god
idea, because before ; the Inning
had ended the Insurance Boyg haj 1?""

cnaucea up more runs. So. at the u.f
end of three innings of- play Pi-
nama Ins0rahce -had 'BPfrn Am.

rlii tfie ioiirth irininV the FMovaS ST

were aoie ,io apfl.two more runs
to their side, thus i trailing bv onlY o

one run. Un came the Insurance
J i uv" .1 wv"- M0 All .- 1..
ance Boys, one, two, three. The
fifth inning came and went wjih-
out either team no: much tmJrhi'

ing est base
The first man uoior the Flybov?'?'

in thp last innin was Manniv orhn

De li Garza,' who? also struck put
At this odint there was ytfle excl'T i
menfc 1" i ," e thougft :T

run. But up came the Big Sticks"" '"i

01 : v -4 uf. uf

Hertdrickson drew i 'him nn,
balls..: .Then, Avila proceeded vto,

smsn a line drfwinta Jwft ff)A s&t.i

iox 'ii-triple;Vi(:orinf-Hendr !Ihv

ana, neing tne ; game, v Monteath r
then, stepped to the plate and.ent iio.iO
the ball' in the same" direction 8','",''
Avila had gone;

Hollen ended the inning when he
struck-out. Panama Insuranca
khew; they were in flight spot;
but no matter how hard they tried
they couldn't score that all import important
ant important tieing run.
TODAY,ENCANTO-35r:20
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,Ow) Show 10:30 pjn.
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PARAISO 7:00
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Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
j "Battle Circus?'
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CAMP BIERD 7:00
"MAN FROM CAIRO" and
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Owf Show 10:3d p.m.
"CAPTAIN BLACKJACK"
BALBOA THEATRE
march; 24th,
'Mexican Boys Choir"-
On Stage: 8:00 pjn.
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T5p:MMedfl: Mebut 'Tomorrow!
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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1959

Si'.

Newcomers Yucatan,' Jaymah,
El Tunchi Also In : Sprinf

!.Thf main point of interest on tomorrow's reg regular
ular regular Saturday President Remon racetrack program
will be the debut of expensive Argentine thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred His Majesty in the tenth race--
Five thoroughbreds, including three other new newcomers
comers newcomers from the San Felipe racetrack in Lima, Peru
are scheduled to oppose the big and impressive look looking
ing looking bay son of Penny Post-Jovenzuela.

They will go In ; 'tlx furlong
$650 "special" for four-year-olds
aid
Brought nere especially to com compete
pete compete in the forthcoming rich clasJ
sic events luce we rresiaem oi we
Republic Classic and the National
Guard Classic. His, Majesty will
race under the colors of the Peru Peru-vian
vian Peru-vian Ambassador M Panama- and
is being- trained by Agustin Soane;
The other recent arrival, from
Peru, an Yucatan, El TuncM and
" Jaymah. Th latter pair' will race
in an entry. They -are owned by
Dr. Juan Maria Nelson of Lima
and. are-being trained; locally, by
Luis H. Farrugia. j
Leading jockey Braulto: Baeza
will be', aboard: .Yucatan -while Joj
si Ulloa will guide Hi Majesty
Oscar Bravo has. the leg ud on El
, Tunchi. while Gufflermo Sanchez

HOOFBEATS
' By Conrado Sariieant

Trick manager Pablo a! Thayer1
yesterday received a .cable, frond
Peru's horse racing officials in
which hey diselose thai there s no
court case pending against Chilean
Jockey, Antonio Marchesini. ,
The cable informed' thaf ade ade-tailed,
tailed, ade-tailed, report w jie Incident
which Marehesini aHegediyixJ
ed up will.be sent here. t
. oCW ' V
' Proof of the, Eleta brothers
treat Interest Jn "Improving the
brood" is the arrival .yesterday

I their taerflnw-w-i-f;id

cat sire lisVHmerican.rw
stake Winner AssWMtf. i;8
According, vsuatty- reliable
aourc., Assorted a aeteivvear.
ilk brewah will ;jr
clusiv.lv or breeding fJfP
tad vrSH not be raced.
Yucata. !Pon
tv El Tunchi; Jaymah and .flne
For tie are the newcomers ached ached-1?Ia
1?Ia ached-1?Ia hrPtlL into te local racing

. roro and rniwr nf

Klnisw-v-.. -, ..sve
workoyt ves sv mrg
three fuj-lons snnnt
nromisingtwear-oW
.bestT-ut-Mn nf Tbet-
M'rch, U ownHv J
- Pons, a m
TT-S.-red cei
Stud Fl A?nil- nd .tramM-.D
is the wonerty m.0.0"T.l,;.
gal nnd is be- trained
co Demare. Vucatnrw f'f-T
in a straight swan for the Enelish
horse 'Affiliation Order, t
Don Tuturo. a fractious native
thoroughbred by Cyclone Malone
out of Lot O'Trouble, is owned by
the Haras Jtip Cascades and train trained
ed trained by Isaac Jimenez. Respite his
fractiousness. Don Tuturo has been
excluded from the betting -in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's third race for i native
maidens.
His. Majesty .. Is reportedly a
t enume top class; race horse. He
was rated one ., of the 15 best
horses in Peru from where he
was imported by Peru's Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama, Jos P. Maria
topui. This strapping four-year-old
bay offspring of Penny Post Post-Jevepiuela
Jevepiuela Post-Jevepiuela goes In tomorrow's

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will do the bootine on Jaymah.

Tarascs, which will be ridden by
Fernando Alvarez, and Madame
Cucu. -which will have J. P. Diaz
aboard, are considered completely
outclassed, against this type of
kompetitlon.
The race listed as the feature
event of the afternoon pits vastly
improved Vespucio against equally
improved, sunsque,,,rr;"ncesa wa wa-na,
na, wa-na, Highland Prince, Emily Mary,
NedreyGolazo and Luciente. -".This
seven furlong sprint is for
fourth series imported horses ana
carries a $600 purse. At least four
of the eight starters rate a good
chance to grab the winner s share.
Vespucio,' because of hi three
consecutive victories, will most
likely go off the mutuels favorite.
Nine other prospective thrillers
pre, included on the card.
tenth race. He is being trained
by Agustin Soar.
1 Tunchi and Jaymah will race
in an entry against His Majesty.
They are both owned by Dr. Juan
Maria Nelson of Lima, Peru and
trained-y. Luis H. Farrugia. El
Tunchi Is a bay horse by The-Yu-varaj-Blue
Line while the chestnut
coated Jaymah is-a son of Jal Mahal-Stella.
Both are five-year-olds.
One For Me, a Chilean-bred, two-year-old
grey eolt by Meyerllng out
of Karin. is owned by the Stud Ca-
trained .,pylfnrywiite,
On if or Me and Pops are entered
for Sinda y'sjour furlong dash for
two-ypar-ld.s,v V .,
Cesar Little Caesar) Harris has
resumeds trainine his fillies Rhea,
Calls and Cool Cat II. During Har-
r recent trio ia the United .States
to vit with his family, his racers
were 'under th- care of his brother-in-law,
Jose M. (Chema) Quin Quin-tero.
tero. Quin-tero. ; : i
Tito Pefeque -was acquired by
Guiilermo Taylor this week. Tay
lor will do the training himself ;
Busca pleitos also "returns sto J the
races! ndef new Wnership. :Jorge
Haynes is her new owner but Stan
ley Cox will continue to be her
handlerSv.
Artiqas, cured of a ease of di diarrhea,
arrhea, diarrhea, also returns to the rac rac-Inq
Inq rac-Inq wars this weekend In now
hands. Ho is now owned bv Hum Hum-Horte
Horte Hum-Horte Molondos and trtlned by
Jos Oscar Mondoza the; Stud
Boca del tore's Croon 'has bn
turned over t tha veteran Do Domingo
mingo Domingo Demare for training.
Pocas Pilchas, like Creon' con considered
sidered considered a waste of time, is under
ve care of trainer Horacio Hidal
"0 Ney, He i owned by the Stud
Consular r. JosA Pablo Rnmos i?
Sculptor's new trainer, ; j'
Chusac and Poyser added anoth
er racer to their steadily growing
Hnne. Their latest acquisition i
the filly Victoria Regina. George
Poyser does the training.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
has increased his margin over
tietories or almost three times as
mam wins as the hustling "San Pe
dro" has Baeza has totaled 61
compared to 23 or Credidio. Gui Guiilermo
ilermo Guiilermo Milord 4s third with 18.
Baeza nas ridden 184 horses thus
far this year for a "batting aver
age" of .330 which Is pretty "good
hitting" in any league. Credidio's
wins were scored from 131 mounts
for a .176 percentage and Milord's
triumphs came from total 114
mounts for a .158 average.'"
PRESENTS

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Tooms
Elks 1414 :
Gibraltar Life
Polioe
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola
Lincoln Life
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Palis Seymour 1
'Just when everybody starts
counting out the Polic boys,
they come bouncing backi and up up-set
set up-set some of the favorites. This
week, Seymour looked like a ture
thing with. Bobby Farrell on the
mounrt. but the Police treated
Boo Farreti m a roush manner.
xne Police couected seven hits
and converted these into lx runs.
Third sacker Doherty; and first
baseman Riley both had two hits
each. :
Opposing Farreir tra the "pitch
ers mound was Glen Evean,, w";o
although tapped for nine singles,
but when it came to scoring runsy
uien vans ugniened ana-as a re
suit seven Seymours .were strand stranded
ed stranded on the base paths Although the
Police finished a hopeless' last in
the first half, they are very much
alive in the race for tfh second
half
The box score:
Seymour
AS
i 0
.... 2
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3
2
2:
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R H
0 0
0 1
Broeie. rf
Cannavagio rf
R. Watson 2b-ss
Robinson, c
Black, cf
Rogers, 3b
Soencer, If
Blaney, ss-2b
Stabler, lb
Zambito, lb
2.1
0
0
0
0
1
rarreu, p
Police
Myers, rf
Short, rf
Doherty, 2b
Catron, cf
McGrath, c
Darden. ss
Burda, If
Riley, lb
Evans, p
Brennan, 2b
GUNGLUB
NOTES
Ther Tias been snm (rltlpim
that the birds at the Balboa Gun
Club's trap range have been slow
J .01 I A 1 il
una lining ioo iow. wen tney are
right. We have therefore instal instal-ed
ed instal-ed a new serine, chain and check
ed th flight with surveyor.'
transit, xnougn tney do not sau
as high as -thrown at Lee Carr's
Pedro Miguel traps, they are now
flying as near to A.T.A. require-,
ments as -possible with a stiff dry
season breeze and should be just
what you trapshooters have b?en
lookina for.
Sunday, March 22, the Balboa
Gun Club will offer another trap trap-shoot
shoot trap-shoot in its series of ;J',P rs-State
Transhoots." 100, targets will be
thrown for each contestant. 25
tarpets- from 16 yards '-. 50 tar targe's
ge's targe's from A.T.A. handicap yard yard-we,
we, yard-we, and 12 1-2 pairs doubles. We
'i-ve some nice prizes, which will
nresented to high overall and
runner-un gun for the 100 birds.
'o. there are prizes fa hi irh
gun in eacn oi in juiree counts.
the thr
High Woman ana Junior trap trap-shooter
shooter trap-shooter will be presented each with
- prize .provided threre are two
shooters in each group who shoot
at 50 targets, or if there is only
one shooter in each eroun that he
or she shoots tha full program of
100 birds. Winner of the hieh and
runner-up overall prizes will not
be eligible for the prizes in each
event.
Registration starts at 9-30 m'
and shootine at 10 a.m.. nrnmnfiv
AH shooters should be rel(iteri
before the shooting .starts. Thos
who wish may have their
registered with the A.T.A.' Refresh
ments will be available at the
traps.
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Calif, Olympic ski. trails.
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P.'i'Hotse : Jockey
1.st;Rc "Special" Imp, 7
Fgs
;of
,. 1st RACE
1 Damajuana
2 Joyero
iiRheiXaUl
A. Credidio 108
H. Hidalgo 103x
- G.",;MilordVJ08
0 Bravo 106
; 4 Pepin

15-(ArgosV 1 lloyal yfeTejada lOlx Ran well hi last
Tinirf Tt in 'TT,,lli, iHimnnlnti

2nd Race th
Series imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Recife J. Talavera 113 j
2Alhajar H. Hidalgo 101
3 -Miss Patience V. Tejada 101X
4 Julio Verne L. TufiOn 103x
5 Escardillo J. Gongora 108
5-rTowns Wall F. Alvarez U5
7 Cuquita G. Sanchez 103
8 Now Then J. Phillips 115
9 Atomic Spring B. Baeza, 112
lOl-Corviglia G. Milord 110
3rd Race "Non-Winners" Nat. 4
i-GoldeoTab V. Teiada 96x
2 Patsy J. Phillips 110
3 on Smith G. Graell 112
4-Dinamita D. Barret 107x
5 Don Tuturo B. Baeza 112
4rh Rec J" Native 7.
1 Tito Pereque i. P. Diaz 104x.
2 Guacamaya FJustinia 104x
3 Rabiblanco D. Barret U2x
4 Golden Wondef- C. Quiro 115x
5 San Vfcente t H. Hidalgo UOx
6 Buscapleitos GA Ramos 112x
3 Dudoip'' F. Sanchez-93x
5th Raco IHi-Sorios Imp. S FflS,
1 Riscal
2 Blue Zulu
3 Lanero
'4 Greco
A. Louless 102x
B. Baeza 108
J. Jimenez 105
H. Hidalgo 102x
eth Race th
Series Imp. 7
1st RACE

Fgs.'Purso
OF THE

1 Maglia C. Milord 110
2 Platano B. Baeza 115
3 Matriculado Jose- Rodrig. 106
4 Sover View G. Sanchez 115
5 Roina A. .Alfaro 110
6 Cleron 'VH. Ruiz 105
7 Artigas O. Bravo 112
8 Dofia Flora J. Talavera 103
9 xTeddy F. Alvarez U3
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 : Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Distingo R. Prestan 112x
2 Trirreme J. Phillips 105
3 Aluclnado B. Baeza "108
4 Feitival J. Jimenez 115
SLa Desiree H- Hidalgo 109x
6 Resolana H. Macias 103X
7 Lady Edna G. Sanchez 110
8 Cordial G. Bedoya '97x
9 (Gouvernant A. Credidio 108
KMSabiondo J. Ulloa 113
Ith Race "D" .Natives

.7 Fgs. Purse
QUINIILA

1 Victoria D. Barret 103x
2 Julie A. Gonzalez 110
3 flapa F. Hidalgo 108
4 Tingat J. Jimenez 105
5 hito V. .Castillo. 120.
6 rSo)ito .. A.. Credidio 115
7TDniel H. Hidalgo 105x
I Linda Susy E. Dario 108
9th Race 4th, Series Imp. 7
Fgs.
ONE
1 Nedrey
2 Luciente
3 Hlgland P.
4 Emily- Mary
5 Gfllazo
6 Princess G.
7 Vespucio
t S unique
O. Bravo 108
V. Tejada 103x
H. Hidalgo I07x
A. Credidio 110
Di Barret 103x
Bv Baeza 412-
G.-Sanchez-412
G. Milord 108
10th ,Rac "Spoelal" Imp. 4 Fgs.
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1 Madame Cucu J. P. Diaz 100x
-2-Tarascat. .... ,f .-F.- Alvaret lO
i-His Majesty J. Ulloa. 115
4- Yucatan v, B Baeza 115.
5- KE1 Tunchi O. Bravo il5
6- (Jayjnahc ;G, Banchel lib
3 voltage 'H, Hidalgo 97x
i'4"-SeondCup Baezt 108
SGreOr ; AvAVaro 1"
J-Mateor' Ldy ,H. Pltty 103x
!teI01. " F. Alvareit 105'
(-Baroa v y J. Cadogan 102
MSelle Rod V. Ortega 112

l-AerialTrumpeVDt Barret i02x-Morhltig gTory v ff i

z-MJona Linda R, CrisUan 114 Form indicate! r

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TnniiiiiiMWirnnv.i,
Hall was testina- Sou.w viiw
Entries
OJd
Pool Closes 1:00
Purse
THE
$459.00
DOUBLE
Last, doesn't count
Could be upsetter
- Hard to.beat here
W-Would nay off
3-1
8-1
15-1
EVEN
EVEN
Purse
THE
450.00
DOUBLE
Pool Closes 1:50
Doesn't seem likely
Knocking at door
4-Longshot possibility
Must go lower
Dangerous contender
Rates good chance
Could make it here
Reportedly ready
10-1
, 2-1
10-1
501
3-1
VI
5-1
8-1
2-1
10-1
Enjoying best form
1 Would surprise
Purse 1)0.09 Pool Closts 2:00
Has shown' nothing 5-1
Waste of time 21
Depends on start 2-1
A bit fractious 2-1
Excluded from betting XXXX

Graded

If4 PVrse 375.00 ; Pool
flVlNIELA r

C lotos
2:30
Distance handicaps 5-1
Would pay fat odds 30-1
Distance to liking 5-2
Form indicates 3-2
May go all the way 2-1
Returns in fair-shape 4-1
Ran. .well in last ;,,ia-l.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Could make it here
Jockey should help
Last was terrible
Form indicates
3 2
2-1
251
(5
1451.00
DOUBLE
Poet Closes; 3:40
Usually disappoints 5-2
Should score again 3-2
Nothing recently 30-1
Could surprise 20-1
Nothing to indicate 30-1
Hopeless case 501
Returns from layoff 31
Dangerous this time 2-1
Could ma,ke it -.her H
Purse 4500.00
Pool Closes 4:10
THE DOUBLE
Returns from layoff 501
Getting closer 51
Jockey wiil help 31
Upset possibility 81
Doesn't seem likely 15 1
BReif early speed 5-0
Always dangerous 4-1
Vastly improved 151
Notorious quitter EVEN
Form indicates EVEN
$400.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Nothing recently 15 1
Enjoying top form 31
Dangerous contender 31
Distance to liking 8-1
Form indicates EVE.N
rrCould be-upsetter 51
Usually close up 4-1
Poor recent races 5-1
Purse 400.00
TWO
Fool Closes 5:15
Could make it here
Not good enough,.
Seeks 4th straight
Rates good chance;
Early speed only
Will fight it but
Form Indicates
Vastly improved
101
25-1
4- 1
.46-1
15-1
5- 2
' 3-2
2-1
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes $:40
.......
-Completely outclassed
-Not against thes
Top class in Peru
- rCould be upsetter
-Has good' Tating
Reportedly speedy
100-1
501
1-2
4)
5-i
5-2
151
EVEN
Good -early apeed
Jockey, may lielp V
-JComplete failure X"
-Would' pay off
' Reportedly improved
Hasn't shown vmnch
-Reportedly classy
231
50-1
31
31

'SCORES

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PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXID LEAGUE
Team Standings
Won
APA 19
Spalding Dot 18
Mini-Max 17V4
No. 2 17'
Tahiti Jewelry io
Colonial Insurance .. ..10
Tasco Battery 8M
Chart's Beauty Shop .. 8
APA 3, Charf's Beauty Shop
With Marine Set. Prusinowski
and Phyllis Best enjoying one of
their better night, APA anplied
the white wash brush to Chart'
Beauty Shop. George Folger was
the chief "pin-curler" for Chart's
Beauty Shop.
APA: Soyster, 506; P. Best. 467:
Mitchussen. 448; Prusinowski, 572;
E. Best. 544.
Carl's Beauty Shoo: A. Roberts,
437; B. Roberts. 437; M. LaBeau,
389; Blind, 447; Folger, 523.
Colonial Ins.
i
3, Spalding Dot
With Bob Toland scoring an even
100, Colonial Insurance knocked
Spalding Dot out of first place in
the Pacific Cosmopolitan Mixed
League Spalding Dot was not "on
the ball" and misled their team
cantain. George Riley, immensely.
Colonial Insurance: Klmnn. 432;
Coleman, 432: Voss, 497; Brown,
430: Toland 600.
Spaldins Dot: Thomas, 455: W.
Riley. 371: Nelson, 430; Jamison,
479: Colbert 52.
Mini-Max 2. Tahiti Jewelry 1
Mini-Max continued their march
toward first nlace bv baeging two
noints from Tahiti Jewelry: losing
the second game by only 16 "ns
when "Lefty" Ted Schmidt rolled
a 138 game. Each team had one
mnihcr over 500.
Mini-Max: Melanson. 552: Gunn,
m- Ropers, 4"; R. Schmidt. 477:
T "?hmidt. 492:
Tahiti Jewelry: Minor. 469- M.
Robert. 62: flarhnur, 448; Cam Cam-by,
by, Cam-by, 5W: fnnVfl. 487.
No. 2-3, Tasco Battery 0
Team No. 2 edeed closer to first
nlace by grounding Tasco Hattery
for three points. Ted Albritton
scored 622 to be hieh man for the
night to lead Team No. 2. For Ts.
co Battery all of the men rolled
over 500.
No. 2: T. Albritton. 622: Borais,
427; Blind, 483; M. Albritton, 431;
Lang, 556.,
i Tasco Battery: Baker. 512:
Lang, 379; T, Lowande. 340: Ed
Lowande, 536; Damian, 569.
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Foster cottages, between Santa
Clan and Rio Hato. New low
rate. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeairside Cottage
Santa Clara R P Phone Pa Pa-ama
ama Pa-ama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spacious and mo modern
dern modern site. Ricardo Arias Street,
"Esparta Building.'' Phone 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. FOR RENT: Spacious and mod modern
ern modern site, Ricardo Arias street.
Telephone 3-4994.
Arrangements Set
For Drag Races
Sunday At Pacora
Arrangements have" been com completed
pleted completed for drag races at Pacora
air strip next Sunday, starting at
10 a.m.
The one-quarter mile course has
been marked off to provide ample
stopping distances for the compet competing
ing competing vehicles and arrangements for
spectators and parking facilities
have been completed.
There has been a considerable
'demand for a drag event since
"the last one was held, several
months ago, in which over 50 cars
and motorcycles participated.
Inspections will begin prompt promptly
ly promptly at 10 to permit the races to
start shortly tnereaiter. ixooo. sieer
inf. tires and brakes are the
pri ne factors to be checked. The
evmt is .open to all types of cars
an'l motorcycles, and they will be
run in pairs according to their qua qualification
lification qualification times.
The general public Is invited to
attend and participate and it is
suggested that a picnic lunch be
brought along., Pacora air strip
i inratAd armroxiiiiatelv 10 miles
beyond Tocumen "Circle, on the t
ftiail WWttlU vnepv. u'6o .....
Posted indicating the proper direc-

i DJIBOUTI, French Somaliland
SAINTS AND SINNERS '(UPD The former French lux-
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) r- State ury liner He de France docked
Rep. Joe Blass explained the Mis- here today on its long last voy voy-sissippi
sissippi voy-sissippi building commission's de- age that will end in a Japanese
cision against naming future stale scrapyard. The vessel, which
huildines for living persons this plied the North Atlantic for many

way:
A man who n saint today
may b a sinner tomorrow."

MAGAZINES Oil SALE THIS WEEK:
Radio Electronics, March ..L 0.35

Foreign Car Guide,
April-March
Popular Electronics, March -Audio,
February -J.-.

The Diplomat, Feb 0.50
Popular Photography, Anual 1.25
TIME, March 23 0.30

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Aaent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rate and Information
Tel. fanama 2-0S52
Monday thru Friday
f:e a.m. to 12:M
2:0C p.m. to S:0O
Saturday: t:0t a.m. to 12 tM
GIBSON
AIR-CONDITIONEIW
ARK
Quieter
Cheaper to operate
Have more BTU'fS
Available In all rises
Priaed rlrlit
St. and Via Bsoafta
17-St Central Avenue

Apartments

F0R RENT: On furnished
apartment, all eonveniencet refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, gai itove, hot water. No.
20-22 Via Espana, oppossite Pan
Ideal,' next to Papular Clinic.
$100.00, telephone 3-4037.
$50:00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbor. All
convenience!. Phone 2-3343, 3 3-0471.
0471. 3-0471. FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, hot water, balcony, ga garage.
rage. garage. "Maruja House'', Via Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina $75.00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Modern, and large
apartment in Ricardo Arias
Street. To 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 "Artes
Industriales". Phone 2-4756 2 2-1715.
1715. 2-1715. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, living room, dining room,
two bedroom, rtovi, refrigerator,
Bella Vista, 43rd Nd? 64.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ona bedroom apartment
high in El Cangreja, large living
dining, porch, large kitchen ga garage,
rage, garage, all screened, call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment, very good house.
"Cheies Apartments," Campe
Alegre. Tel. 3-7658.
WANTED
WANTED Two apartments
each t least 5 bedrooms and two
livingrooms. Located in Cangrejo
or Campo Alegre. $400.00 each
one. Tel. 3-7920.
WANTED: Portable typewriter,
hardly used. Tropicana Hotel
apartment 31.
ON LAST VOYAGE
years between New York and Le
Havre, had been sold to a Japa
ne9e wrnpanr. (
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AUTOMOBILE P1NANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
;q.OVEJ?NMEHT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
-,OW KATES JPR TO 38 Mo.
AGENCY DEtiLINXiER
m No. 4 Autorhibtler Row
Photfe 3-498;1.4D85
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c Vi tv.'.'n ).,
sGIERg, Algeria ,'(,OTI)-The
commanaer ot ma Ajgenan guer
rma-laamt' Which kiHnSDed 10 llal
lan Jftttlers eluding ''ilVe chil
drerl, was killed yesterday by
French combat patrols. near lizi lizi-OUzoa.'
OUzoa.' lizi-OUzoa.' a French army spokesman
announced. The rebels seized the

Italians en Feb. 28.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: Beautiful Sunbeam
Alpine sport overtib,le. For in information
formation information calh 3:1141 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford station
wagon, 9 passengers, Fordomatk
$900.00. 793-A Tavernilla St.
Balboa, phone 2-3406.
FOR SALE: 8 cy. Plymouth 56
hard top, 4 doors, perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. 3-629?. v
FOR SALE: Morris convertible,
1955 $550.00, Morris, sedari,
black, 1955, $600.00. House
No. 2162-B, 8th St., Curundu,
C.Z.
FOR SALE:' Station wagon 1957
Chevrolet, for details call 6-455
or 6-755, Gambpa.
FOR SALE: 1 957' Dodge 4 door
sedan, Custom Royal, blue book
price, 460 Ancon Boulevard, An An-con.
con. An-con. FOR SALE: 8 cyl. Plymouth
'56, hard top, 4 door, perfect
condition. TeL j-6298.
- CHURCHES,
UNION CHURCH
Margarita-Coco bolo
A dramatic reading of. the Book
of Job.scongidered by rnany to be
the greatest dram of world lite literature,
rature, literature, will be presented Palm
Sunday, at 7 p.m. in the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Union Church.
Students of theology and litera literature
ture literature recognize Job as the ultimate
in poetry, drama, and religious
discussion. This Old Testament
book deals with a question of hu
man suffering and a loving God.
Those appearing in the cast are
Frederick Saur as Job, Luke Pa
lumbo as Bildad, Bruce Sanders
as Zophar, William Hayes as
Elihu, and Dr. Walker Alderton of
Gamboa as the Voice of the Wirl:
wind. The introduction will be
read J)yJWrs. John M. Purvis. Tha
Rev.Tneodore Franklin, pastor of
the church, will give the invoca invocation
tion invocation and during the reading take
the part of Eliphaz. The general
public is invited to attend.
Sunday morning at the ehurch,
the services will be held at the
regular hours, 9:30 a.m. Coco So Solo
lo Solo and ll a.m.' Margarita, The,
subject for the pastor's Palm
Sunday sermon is "The O ip e n
Gate". Special music will include
a bass solo by James Pfau at
Coco Solo and the church choir,
under the direction of O. E. Jor-
stad, at Margarita. Assisting the
pastor in the ministry of hospita hospitality
lity hospitality will be Mrv and Mrs. Carl R.
Newhard at Margarita and Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon" R.' Devermeyer
at Coco Solo,
Services during the week bi
elude Men's Fellowship on Mon Monday
day Monday night, Women's Auxiliary on
Tuesday night, a special com
munion service at 7:00 p.m
Maundy Thursday and a brief
noonday service Good Friday,
jGAMBQA UNION CHURCH
In the service of morning wor worship,
ship, worship, observance of Palm Sun
day will be emphasized in read
ings, music, and message. Some
of the young people will take part
in the service.
On Easter Sunday morning,
March 29 two classes of young
people will again assist the mm
ister in conducting a sunrise, serv service
ice service at the golf course overlook
ing the Chagres River,
Members of the classes hoDe to
have a large congregation will
come together at 6:00 a.m. for
this special service of devotion.
Members will be received into
the church in the regular Easter
service beginning at 10:40 a.m.
The New
I v$.n NIKON
Wttid UlHnc. WnlyersaJ 'J
Pftnanli Colon
SSP VS. AT&T
EVANSViU.B, lod. (UPI) The
management of radio station
WFOA here is conducting an ex
periment i to see u listeners can
communicate by extra sensory
perception. A. spokesman said
last night "it's still toe early
to tell whether 'ESF wilt replace
ATAVT."

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Ona refrigerator,
and ona deep freeie. Telephone
Balboa 2-3791. s
FOR SALE; Two mahogany bed,
and 'a mahogany dresser. Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 214r. Phone 4184,,
FOR SALE: 1952 Model West.:
inghoute refrigeratorwith frees
er, good condition $50.00. Tel.
Balboa 2-3307.
FOR SALE: 61x19x42 (olid
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 bad,
matching chairs, new, 5 months.
Gamboa 6-444.. ..0 (
Household Exchange has received
KEROSENE STOVES 19.50; metal
bureaus 15.00; youth beds com complete
plete complete 45.00; play pan 8.50; fold folding
ing folding beds 29.00; wrought iron
porch chairs 1 9.00; kitchen cab cab-ijiets
ijiets cab-ijiets 24.00; desks, 27,50; double
beds from. 12.50; dinette seta
59.00; mattresses 6.50; pillows
1.25; Cash or credit. MATTRES MATTRESSES
SES MATTRESSES REMADE LIKENEW-HOME
PICK UP & DELIVERY SAME
DAY. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Avenue No. 41. Tela. 3 3-7348,
7348, 3-7348, 3-4911.
FOR SALE: Walnut- secretary
$30.00, green pattern rug 9x12,
$15.00 dresser,, chest of drawers
$7.00 each, 2-sets encyclopedias
$20.00 6V $7.00. House No.
2162-B, 8th St., Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 60 cycle porcelain
Westinghousa refrigerator, new
motor. $65.00, Mr. O'Brien, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2343. Quartan 0428-1,
Ancon.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
after 5:30 p.m.
Plans ComDleteirJ
For Boite Kent
Show Tonight
Arrangement havn toe
pie t r towghttf floorshpw
ai me item. feocKtaii Lounge.
Among the artiste tn
the stage are Ranny and Kelly,
tapdancers: Miriam, a mnV.er.A-
roll dancerj crooner .David Watts
du nanny ana velma, ballroom
uancing coupie.
the Jets Combo wilt furnish
music. A special Easter Monday
anuw ik aiso piannea.
WINS OERSHW1N AWARD
NEW YORK HTPTI ftrof r.
glarian, 32, of Plymouth; Mich
won the 14th annnal' n.r.K,,n
Memorial JitunristiMt
viva on rw ti
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tue Dest orcnestra pnrrtnhK t ax
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Miscellaneous

f FOR SALE: Airplane Cessna
1 40-A,- blug and white. ;' Colon
Airport; Phone' Cristobal J-1942
r 5-508. ' I i
FOR SAUE: Electric aanding
machuit for wood surfaces. Like
. new. Ideal for hobby shop or
. homecraft work. Only $35.00.
Tel. Panama 3-4982.
FOR SALE: Winter SpJnet pia piano,
no, piano, like new hardly' used. Good
price cash. Telephone 3-0451,
Ejsenmann. J
FOR SALE-Small upright pia piano.
no. piano. 209 Gorges Road, Balboa
Heights. Bentx. ,1 .'
FOR SALE: Maytag automatic
washing machine. Call 863111,
Albrook, anytime.
FOR : SALE jtame' white faco
- monkey; 'gentle with children;
good family pet; with large
roorny sturdily-built cage. Total
value $60. Will sell for $35. Call
Las Cumbres 2030. H-414 4th
St, LatCumbres, R. de P.
FOft SALE: One commercial,
beer cooler. 5 compartments with
compressor, 6 eyel. 110 volts. Ft.
Clayton Officers Club, Tel. 87 87-4281
4281 87-4281 er 4283. Best offer over
$6;.oo.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi stereo, for
records and tape, complete with
cabinets and quality component.
' 2203 Curundu.
Along The Fairways
BRAZOS HOST TO PWGA
TOMORROW
The Brazos Brook Golf and
Country Club will be the scene of
great activity tomorrow. The final
round of the 1959 Interclub Tour Tournament
nament Tournament and the regular monthly
iWUA tournament will both be
played on that day.1 At the same
time, many members will be play-.
ing Tfleir 'third round of the PWGA
Handicap! tournament which must
becompleted by Sunday evening.
The interclub matches are sched scheduled
uled scheduled start at B: 15 a iri Lineup of
the teams is as follows!
8:15 K. Purdy. Panama: A.
French,' Panama; R. Tortorlcci,
Brazos; E. Mathiesen, Brazos.
8:20 p, wanne. Summit: J.
Hardin, Summit; C. Bishop, Ama Amador;
dor; Amador; J. Alexander, Amador.
t:25-S; Carpenter, Panama: B.
Dilfer, Panama; C. Burns, Brazos;
. Huldquist,,, Brazos.
;i30 L. Jones, Summit; W. Ri
ley, Summit; E. Perantie, Amador;
PfrTrim, Amador.
Lineup for the regular PWGA
tournament is as follows.
Mo. VTo
T:30 H. Sliker, H. Stempel, "B. J.'
Nelson. ,.
8:40 R. Daniel, M. Bailey K.
Lande.
J1 From No. W T
'Jfcis R.; WaHaca,. L,.WeW,?M.1
Hood. .'"-.
i 8:20 B. Daughartjr, V Sharp, E.
Monteath.
8:25 H. Owens, M. Dal ton, B.
Hughes.
8:30 D. LaCroix, R. rJe k Ouatr Ouatr-dia,
dia, Ouatr-dia, Jean Sullivan.
8:40 C. Heurtematte, I. Wright,
M. Ausnehmer. v
: 8:45 M. Vall3rinot J. McDdnald,
F. Zon, E. Bosques.

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Real Estate

FOR SALE Lore $00 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodreme
Urbanixatio across the Raman
Racetrack. All loft with street
fronts, towage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE) Lot 1.066 squara
meters in the best location of
La Cresta, situated between "V"
Street ana aaw street. For infor information
mation information please, call Tel. 2-2170
from a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 a-m.
FOR SAL? OR RENT: Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished residence, luxurious, at El
Cangrejo. Phone 3-0912.
FOR SALE, Beautiful place In
Santa Clara well furnished house,
big trees and garden.1 Easy terms.
Tel. 3-1310.
FOR SALE: 1 1 ,00 square met meters,
ers, meters, $0.50 per' meter, house and
lot. Call 4-1043, Panama.
PERSONALS
GEORGE D. BARB r., H E.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho-Kinesiology.
1449 Ave. 13, Estudianta,
2B. 9 to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 2 2-3985.
3985. 2-3985. By appointment.
BIRD MARRIES NEST
TOUNTON, England (UPI) -Ronald
Bird and Else 'Nest were
married here last week.
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52 BUICK H'i Top
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'Cerers, Djrnaflow j
PRICE $525
X X X X
XX X X X X X
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5 tone Black Yellow
Radio, Djrnaflow
PRICE $1245
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55 OLDS
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X X X' X X X X X X X X X
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WANTED t Barber, Apply Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, Base Barber Shop P.X. r

WANTED: Trained secretary
experienced in legation's Vork.
Speaks tnglish fluently. Please
contact Tel. 3-7920.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER MA" DIABLO
BOX 1 21 1 CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE HALBOA 3709
Repair and refinish Rattan fur fur-niturev
niturev fur-niturev complete new wrapping.
Guaranteed workmanship. Home
r delivery, homo repairs. Also re-'
pair all kinds of basket chairs,
and repair and refinish maho mahogany
gany mahogany furniture. "JIMMY'S
SHOP", Calla Juan B. Sosa.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: ( 20 ft. outboard
boat with, cabin, private toilet,
jTal. Panama 3-1287, 7 a.m.
' 4 'p.m.
FOR SALE:--38 ft. boat, Buda
Djesel 6 cylinder, 460 gal fuel
capacity, 2-3578- ;.':;
FOR SALE: 1 958 30 h.p. Evin Evin-rude,
rude, Evin-rude, including controls and 3
extra tanks, 275. Call Abbott,
Phono Panama 3-4383.
Jiiki& I., -FOR
SALE: 14 foot, Modified
playboy run-a-bout, 35 h.p.,
electric start outboard, break-.
down type gator trailer, all ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, $875.00. Phone 6-1 14
or see at 119X-B, Gamboa.
.
PAREDES
OLDSMOBILE
DEALERS
SHARP
CARS
LOT No. 2
Terrific Values
;,' CENT H'p TOP
I Ton., Radio, jw Steer,
,.Dyna, SMt Covers
PRICE $2155
t XXX X X X x x x X
I Tone, Hyd., FW Steer,
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TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Transitart
seaeialisr. : Wa service all make
and models. Wa don't pretend te
fuarantee ear work, Wd tvar tvar-anreeft.
anreeft. tvar-anreeft. 1
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivell
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For t .Her Heme Service. Always
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. Phone S-76Q7 Panami, Service
from 9:00 a m. to 10:00 e.m.
Protect your home and erear
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Safeguard your TV Investment.
We value and respect your
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Phone, "ELECTRONICS"
Panama 2-3142..
-fC. J.W. I .,
For packing and crating call Wil-'
Ham, the expert packer, for
China-ware ana9 furniture. Phone
629 Colon.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED! 958rtwejtone
Chevrolet Belair, duty free, hard
top, with radio, WSW tiros,'
manual shift. Cash payment, no no-dealers.
dealers. no-dealers. Call 4-0404, from 5:30
P.m. on
WANTED: 57 Ford. Olimpia or
-Xodiac. Automatic transmission,
food condition. Phone 3-2555.
-7861., 1:00 te 12:00 2:00
to 5:00.
Today's Opening
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Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont "v:
El Paso Natural Gas
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General Dynamics
General Electril
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
tiayaen ewport 16
Howe Sound 19
Imperial Oil 4414
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Martin Co. 17b
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Northrop Air 41H
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Royal Dutch Shell 43V
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Sinclair Oil 66 ;
Socony Mobile, 45V
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United Canso Oil ih

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ATTEND MATERNAL TALKS'

" MANILA --(UPI)- V Delegate!
from 17 Pacific" nations opened
formal discussfons today at
two-week conference on maternal
care which is being field under
the auspices of the weald aweUk

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Keeps Lonely Vigil

On Wine-Laden Ship

, CASABLANCA, Morocco (UPI)
A stubborn Italian ikipper clunb
tenaciously tb the bridge of hit
wave-battered wine tanker on the

rocks off the Moroccan coast

today dtermined to save it
from salvage hunters.

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Inn i nknarrl (Va OAA.tnn T I

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which piled, onto te rocks during

a violent storm with a cargo 01
237,780 gallons of red wine from
Tunisia and Morocco.

As long as Petris stuck to his
post the little vessel could not be

declared a derelict, and no sal

vage tug could claim the cargo
by.! casting a -towline over her

bltts.
. Petris had plenty of food in the
galley, and almost enough wine
underfoot to refloat the Lisa.,
He also had instructions to hang
on as long as possible until rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Lisa's owners,
Alessandro Cinciari of Civitavec.

Italy, arrives at the porch of Ma Ma-zfn,
zfn, Ma-zfn, a half mile away.

The drama was rminiseem Of
the saga of Cant. Kurt Carlsen
and the Flying Enterprise in De December.
cember. December. 1951. for 12 dpys, Carlsen
remained with his ship in the
gale-swept Atlantic trying to tave
tt from becoming a erel'ct. F'-
Eally the ship foundered beneath
im.
Petris was in much less danger
than Carlsen. The sea that drove
his vessel on the rocks had sub subsided
sided subsided and at Mazagan, U.S. heli heli-cnmtprs
cnmtprs heli-cnmtprs s'nd bv to rescue him if
the Lisa showed signs of .breaking
up.

Holy Week Services

At St. Andrew's
Announced By Pasto
Rev. W. W. Baldwin, Rector of
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Churcb
at Cocoli, anounced yesterday the
program for Holy Week atartins
with Palm Sunday and continuing
Easter Sunday.
Rev. Baldwin stated that Palm
Sundap would be celebrated with
lour service' Regular-early mor morning
ning morning Holy Communion and ser sermon
mon sermon at 11 a.m. Evening Prayer
will beat7:'0 p.m. At each of these
sermons there will be distribution
of palms in recognition of this spe special
cial special day.
- The next service during Holy
Week will be 9:30 a.m. morning
prayer and commentary on Wend,
nesday, and that night the regu regular
lar regular pvpnint? Caster service follow

ed by choir rehersal in preparation

for Easter Services. Kev. uaiawm
further stated that on Maundy
Thursdav the day of the last Sup

per, and the institution of the Eu-'

cnansv wiu dc ciiuiuciiivw
S pm. followed by the ceremony of
the altar In readiness for Good Fn
dav. This is the last Holy Commu

nion service until Easftr.

Th three- hour Good Friday

will start at 12 noon and will con

sist of meditations, hymns ana pra

yers..

Saturday before Easter has no
scheduled services btftis recom recommended
mended recommended fo? baptims.
Easter Dav will start with a sun

rise service at 6 a.m. Family Eu

charlst will be celebrated at 8:30
a.m. followed by an Easter egg
hunt for the children at 9:40 a.m.
Regular Easter Eucharist and ser

mon will be at ll:a.m.

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77e greatest submarine picture of them all!. .
"TORPEDO RUN"
Release TOMORROW and Sunday at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre

! f f (
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;) Clenn Ford and Ernest Borgnint w-atars lit MGM'
"TORPEDO RUN," releas tomorrow Sunday at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre telling the story ef a submarine com commander
mander commander and fala relentless search for Hla Imperial Japanese
' Majesty's Alrerlft Carrier, tb Shinara, flagship of the
Pearl Harbor attack, .'-..ij. ,.
When the battleships' ef the Pacific Fleet were sent
to the aottonv the fight to block Admiral Yamamoto pass-
ned ta the UJ5. Navy submarine service. On Decembej 7,
1941, there were enly 51 submarines erv active duty in the
Pacific against sIx-mlUJon tons' of enetay shipping. Every
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llroop Pull-Back Plan
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'J WASHINGTON, March 20 (UPI) British Prim Minister
Harold Macmillan was reported hopeful today of persuading
President Eisenhower to negotiate with Russia on a limited pull
baek of troops in Europe.
The troops hsue is expected to be one of the major topics
Iwl&n Eisenhower and Macmillan begin three days of strategy
talks this afternoon at the President's secluded mountain retreat
at Camp David, Md.

' Jparls diplomatic reports said
one oi me main puipuc ui
ahmillan's visit was to try to
iwrsuade Eisenhower to drop
"isv decision to attend a Sum
mis conference only it the for
fcion ministers conference is
successful. The French diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic reports said other west west-iru
iru west-iru powers feel this condition
is' iikely to hamper the west in
talks with the Russians.)
British sources said Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan favored talks on some form
of troop withdrawal on both
sides of the Iron Curtain and a
reduction of armaments there
as a means of lessening east east-west
west east-west tension.
: The British Prime Minister
faced (he necessity, however, of
overcoming American objections
to any such plan unless it is
tied to a broader disarmament
program enforced by an inspec inspection
tion inspection and control system.
Meanwhile, diplomatic sources
III Moscow feel that Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita Khrushchev's news confer
ence statements have somewhat
released the pressure on
Berlin question.
Khrushchev yesterday a-
rreed to May 11 fre'Sn
foreign ministers' meeting to
discuss the problem and de de-ittlfed
ittlfed de-ittlfed there was any deadline
ffotf changing the status of
fh diplomatic circles specu-'
lated that Khrushchev had a
change of heart for these rea reasons:
sons: reasons: Ja feeling of self-confidence.
Khrushchev feels he is in con con-Erol.of
Erol.of con-Erol.of the situation,
ft -WVn easing? f the western
liosltion, exemplified by British
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-Un's
Un's Macmil-Un's yisit to Moscow and Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's television
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THE MORALS...
The mistakes..
Of a town
with a
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jroadcast agreeing to a Summit
meeting.
Khrushchev's d e s i r to
-jinooth any obvious rifts be between
tween between East and West on the
question.

Young Mom Battles
Ex-Con Kidnaper
In 24-Hour Drama
CHARLESTON, W. Va.. March
2ft (UPI) A plucky, hammer hammer-swinging
swinging hammer-swinging mother told last night
how she helped in the capture of
an ex-convict who had kidnaped
and held hostage she and her three
children to barter them for the life
of a prison enemy.
Mrs. EJma Baldwin attacked her
kidnaper, Richard A. Payne, with
a hammer during the nearly 24
hours he kept her in his car but
failed to subdue him. She finally
grabbed the wheel as Payne turn-

theied to fire at pursuing police,

swinging the car off the road
where her captor surrendered
i meekly.
i Neither Mrs. Baldwin nor her
three children, aged 5 to 10, was
i harmed.
. As the police surrounded the
) stalled car, Payne threw down his
r pistol and gave himself up. He said
he didn t want to hurt the children.
Payne was scheduled for a hear hearing
ing hearing today before Kanawha County
prosecutor Charles Walker. Offi Officials
cials Officials also said Payne would be
given a sanity hearing.
Mrs. Baldwin, reunited with her
relieved husband, John, told news newsmen
men newsmen "it was like sitting'on a vol volcano
cano volcano that might erupt at any
lime."
She and her children, Danny, 7',
Kenneth, 10, and Susan, 5, return returned
ed returned to their home accompanied by
a state trooper to ward off curiosity-seekers.
The nightmarish inci incident,
dent, incident, which took less than 24 hours,
apparently cost Mrs. Baldwin and
her children little more than lost
sleep.

Army Announces New Tests, Selection

Procedure For West Point Applicants

New simplified selection proce
dures designed to identify the
best possible talent for admittance
to the U.S. Military Academy now
are in effect for three classes of
applicants those from the regu regular
lar regular Army or Air Force, reserves
and inductees. Under this system
appearance before an examining
board is abolished and a candi candidate's
date's candidate's score on pre-qualification
examinations is the deciding factor.
Regular component personnel
have until June 30 to submit their
applications for the examination,
which will be given without charge
at Fort Amador. All reservists and
inductees must take tests prepared
by the College Entrance Examina Examination
tion Examination Board, Princeton, N.J., for
which a $7 fee is charged. This ex ex-am
am ex-am will be given at Balboa High
School on May 16. and the dead deadline
line deadline for applications is April 18.
Rpservists and inductees Inter
ested in attending West Point can
obtain application forms at Army
education centers on tne istnmus.
When completed, the forms and
the $7 money order should be for-
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bv the Meteorological
nnd Hydrographio Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 95 82
Low 71 ?
HUMIDITY
High 87 83
Low 39 68
'WIND:
f (max. mph) N-20 N-18
RAIN (inches) 0 T
! WATER TEMP:
I (inner harbors) 71 81

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 84.02
Madden Dam 234.87
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, MARCH 11
HIGH
Time
12:33 a.m.
1:08 p.m.
Ht.
12.0 ft,
12.7 ft
LOW
Time
6:55 a.m.
7:26 p.m.
Ht.
2.8 ft.
2.7 ft.

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American Leqion To
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In Press Radio,
The American. Legion Depart Department
ment Department of Panama Canal- Zone
will commemorate its fortieth
anniversary vTtfitli' a series of
events designed to bring public
attention to the story of the
American Legion, its affect on
the national security of the
United States,, community serv services,
ices, services, child welfare, projects and
highlight'Lg fiie story of the
Armed Forces of the tJnited
States from inception to the
present time.
A series of press releases, ra radio
dio radio and television shows, ad
dresses to -local Panamanian
and Canal Zone patriotic arid
civic organizations by a staff
of past department command
ers will start Monday.
Other events will highlight
the affect the American Legion
has had in developing programs
such as Boys and Girls State,
Junior League baseball and pa patriotic
triotic patriotic exercises. At this time
representatives of the Armed
Forces will select the outstand
ing enlisted man of each -of the
four services. These men win be
interviewed and will relate their
experiences in the Armed
Forces.
Present and past department
Ukrainian Patriot
Demonstration Put
Down By Red Police
VIENNA, March 20 (UPI)-Uk-
rainian patriots recently de demonstrated
monstrated demonstrated openly for an inde
pendent Carpatho Ukrainian
state by tossing explosives into
the streets of three Ukrainian ci cities,
ties, cities, reliable sources said here to today.
day. today. Western intelligence sources
said they have received reports
that several persons were injur injured
ed injured and. the imcideatausjedj a, ge
neral lurmon iorcing unusual so soviet
viet soviet security police action.
ine surprising open hostility
on behalf of the Ukrainian pa patriots
triots patriots occurred on March 14, the
eve of the 20th anniversary of
the proclamation of a free Car-patho-Ukrainlan
state.
The explosives ,were tossed Into
streets of ,Munkachevo, Uzhorod
and Khust shortly before mid midnight
night midnight of March 14.
warded to the CEEB, which will
notify the applicant of the time he
is to appear for the examination.
Personnel who need further infor
mation, can contact Col. Edmund
R. MacVittie, commanding officer
of the 7490th USAR Regiment, Ft.
Amador.
Regular Army applicants submit
their applications direct to their
commanders for review and ap approval.
proval. approval. A total o f!80 cadetshiDR will he
allotted to enlisted members of the
Army and Air Force. The final sel
ection of applicants for nomination
to the Academy will be determined
by the Department of the Army,
based on the number, of vacancies
created each year by the previous
graduation.
All regular Army or regular Air
Force candidates chosen will take
pre-Academy training at the USMA
Preparatory School at Fort Bel Bel-voir,
voir, Bel-voir, Va., with a class beginning
Aug. 15. Reservists are eligible for
the Belvoir training if they so de
sire or they can enter the Acade
my direct with the class which be
gins in July 1960.
Those applying must-be at least
17 years of age and not older than
22 at the time of their admission,
must possess good moral charac
ter, meet certain physical require
ments and must never have been
married.
The TOWERING adventure that
DARRYl F. ZANUCK
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Speeches, Parties
commanders -t elected, to make
public appearances at local pa
triotic and civic organizations
include Commander Al Gau
vin, Past commanders Claude
Campbell, George Black, FTed
E--J!d,llacWtttttMgttirt' cor cor-co
co cor-co Nicola! Olsenr Waldo Gilley
and other distinguished Legion
naires aeiectea. lor this pro
gram. Organizations desiring
tne services 01 one of the above
speakers may contact Com Commander
mander Commander Gauvln at Box 1039.
Curundu, or telephone Curundu
Commemorative activities will
culminate with an American
Legion birthday ball on May 9
at the American Legion Club,
orx Amactor, honoring UJ3
Armed Forces. Two well-known
orchestras will play at the ball
which will start at 8 o.m. and
continue until 2 a.m. Two com
plete Magnavox stereophonic
systems and another naior
prize wm ne given away as door
prizes.
All proceeds will eo to the
various youth activities sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the American Legion as
well as for aid and assistance
to veterans and military ner-
sonnel and theirfamilies in this
area. The general Dublin is in.
vited to attend.
The committee atmointed hv
the commander for these acti activities
vities activities Include Chuck .Wilkins
racnic vice Department com.
mander; Paul Razmanskl, At-
MMiHc vice ueparunent com
manaer: Robert Knox. Purify
District. ommander; Paul Rios,
Auanue. .uisraiqi; commander:
Wes Sparling. Department Kr"
ice officer; Bill Swerison
spcmiu muiiary rornmitte com
posed of members of th Armed
Talks Fail To Open
SI. Louis Daily
Closed By Strike
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 20 (UPI)
Representatives of the St. Louis
Newspaper Guild and officials of
the St. Louis Globe-Democrat were
to meet with federal conciliators
for a second straight day thjs aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in efforts to settle a 27 27-day
day 27-day strike.
A three-hour tesson yesterday
broke up with no progress report
ed. A total of 322 Guild members
walked out Feb. 21 in a dispute
-over a pension plan and lob secu
rity. The morning paper has not
published since.
Management waa represented at
the bargaining session by 6. D.
Bauman, personnel manager, and
attorney Lon Hocker. vGuild rep
resentatives included R 0 1 1 i n
Everett, executive secretary, Her
bert L. Monk, strike chairman, and
Goodrich Gamble, chairman, of the
negotiating committee. Vt
Sale of the Globe-Democrat's
building and mechanical equipment
to- the Pulitzer Publishing Co.,
publisher of the competing St,
Louis Post-Dispatch, was announc
edieb. 27.
Soviet A-Blast
Contaminated
Huge Area In Urals
VIENNA (UPI) An explosion
at a Soviet atomic reactor -station
near Swerdlowsk m the Urals a
year ago contaminated a 5,000 5,000-square
square 5,000-square mile area ahd caused
172 serious radiation cases among
inhabitants, the Austrian newspa
per Die Presse reported yester
day.
the independent newspaper
said 20 more persons were vic victims
tims victims of severe eye diseases lead
ing to partial blindness.
Twelve villages and a number
of collective farms northwest of
Swerdlowsk were vacated by or
der of the Soviet interior minis
try, Die Presse reported. There
was no official confirmation of
the report.
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At One
PISA RANGE, Fort Sherman,
Approximately 151 Latin Ameri
can student-officers from the U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gu-
ucx, umai ;. Zone, watched an
hour and a half lona infantry-
weapons aemonstration at Pina
Range on the Atlantic Side of the
Canal Zone today.
The demonstration staged by
members of C" ComDanv. 1st
Battle Group 20th Infantry, Fort
wines:, illustrated the ability of
a modern nentomic battle croun
to use either atomic power or its
hardhitting .fire power in any
type of conflict from a general
atomic war to a limited, one.
'The students were accompanied
uy v-ui. ecu names, usakl.akib
School Commandant; Lt. Col. Phi Philip
lip Philip Judson, deputy Commander,
Army Atlantic: Lt. Col. Robert
H. Evans, Chief of the Tactics
Department;- Lt. Col. Richard I.
Paul, senior instructor of the
Command and General Staff
Course, ahd Lt. Col. Alden P
Shipley, -the Director of Instruc
tion of the USARCARIB School
and number of other officers
from the U.S.' Army and Latin
American countries who are mem members
bers members of the school staff and facul
ty. -Of
the student personnel 15 are
from the Command and Staff
Course, nine are from the Ammu
nition Supply and Storage Course
six from the Cadet Course, 28
from the Engineer Officers
Course, 24 from the Field Artille Artillery
ry Artillery Officers Basic Course, 17 from
the General' Supply Course, 31
from the Infantry Weapons
Course and 21 from me Motor Of Officers
ficers Officers Course. .
Countries represented at The
demonstration were1 Bolivia,
Chile, Celembta; Cost Rica, E E-cuadoiv
cuadoiv E-cuadoiv II Salvador, Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua Foru,. Venezuela, and U-
MAJ. CUILLERMO RODRI RODRIGUEZ,
GUEZ, RODRIGUEZ, guest instructor from the
Republic of Colombia at the
USARCARIB School, Fort Gulick,
narrates highlights of the weap weapons
ons weapons demonstration to the Latin
American students of the school.
He is assigned to .the command
and staff section of the school.
(U.S. Army Photo)
nlted States Troops from Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rleo.
With the exception of six Nica
raguans, who are enrolled in the
Cadet Course, he students have
been at the School since Jan. 19.
The cadets began their studies,
the longest in the entire School,
last July. All will be graduated in
June.
During today's program on wea weapons
pons weapons which are organic to an in infantry
fantry infantry platoon, the necessary sup support
port support weapons, were also demon demonstrated.
strated. demonstrated. The first weapon demonstration
was the bayonet by Sgt. Herbert
Reynolds of Dothan, Ala. and Sp Sp-4
4 Sp-4 Luis Catto Colon from Cayey,
Puerto Rico. The bayonet in the
hands of skilled and aggressive in infantry
fantry infantry man, is a deadly weapon
in close combat.
,;Cpl. Henry McDuffle from New Newark,
ark, Newark, N. J., fired the .45 caliber au automatic
tomatic automatic pistol to a target placed
at approximately 50 yards down
range. All bullets went into the
silhouette target The pistol Is us used
ed used by all crew-served weapon
members in the 'combat elements
of the regiment. J ;r
The submachine gun which al alee
ee alee fires th .45. caliber bullet,
.. wes it. demonstrated : by Sp-4
James S. Tallef of OxforaY KC.
.The t submachine gun is air air-cooled.'
cooled.' air-cooled.' blowbick-onerated. maga-
rine-fed, shoulder weapon which
weighs approximately ,10 pounds
when loaded with' s magazine of
30 rounds. Its maximum effective
rings is 200 yards and normal

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demonstrates the new M-14 rifle to Latin American students of the U.S. Army Caribbean School. 1st LU
Paul Bugas, the executive officer of C Company, acts as instructor and coach. (U-S, Army Photo)

sustained rate of fire is 40 to 60
rounds per minute.
Another shoulder weapon, tne
carbine, was fired by SFC Lon
W. Skolek of Chicago, 111.
The carbine is capable of effec
tively covering the target at 300
yards, the sustained rate of fire
for the carbine is 40 to 60 rounds
per minute. It is air-cooled, mag
azine-fed, gas-operated ana weigns
only 6 pounds when loaded with
a 30-round magazine. The weapon
can be fired semi-automatically or
automatically.
Sfc. Cornelious Lloyd of Little
Rock, Arkansas, demonstrated the
M-l rifle firing at targets at va various
rious various ranges. The M-l, similar to
the carbine hi operation, Is tup
ped. It has a maximum range of
3500 yaras ana an ettective range
of 600 yards. The sustained rate
is 16 rounds per minute.
The Army' newest weapons
member Is rh M-14 rifle,
which was fired during the
demonstration by Sfc. William
Yeast of Louisville, Ky.
The automatic rifle with its tre
mendous firepower capabilities are
demonstrated by Pfc. Robert car car-rette
rette car-rette from Chicago, 111.
Sb-4 Joseph W. Lopez from
Bayshore. New York, and Sp-4
Luis Catto Colon,' from Cayey,
Puerto Rico, presented a travers
ing, firing demonstration with two
lignf machine guns.
Sfc. James C; Nevills from Phil
adelphia, Pa., St. Eugene C.
Carpenter from Millstone, w. va.,
Sfc. Warren G. Edwards of St.
Louis, Mo., and Pvt. Charles E.
Foster from Hampton, Va., fired
heavy caliber, .S3 machine gun.
With its range dependent on the
throwing capabilities of the indi
vidual soldier, the concussion-type
hand grenade Is an effective anti antipersonnel
personnel antipersonnel weapon in closed areas
such as buildines. bunkers, and
other areas of confinement. This
was amply demonstrated today
when Sfc. Price Walker from Co
lumbus. Oa.. presented to the
crnwrl a demnnst.ratiion of the COH
cussion grenade, fragmentation
grenade, and a white phosphorous
grenade.
TVi tViArmtt i?rpnartf was dem
onstrated to the crowd effective
ly, when Sgt Herbert tteynow
planed one thermite grenade on
a pice of sheet steel and -another
in a bucket of water. Three different-color,
smoke' grenades were
thrown by Sgt., Gordon W. Dus Dus-tan
tan Dus-tan from Bayside, N.Y., adding
color to tne over an aemuua na nation.
tion. nation. The rifle grcandes were fir fired
ed fired from an M-i rifle launcher a a-dapter
dapter a-dapter by Cpl. Henry J. McDuf McDuf-fie
fie McDuf-fie Sgt. Thomas R.1 Costello from
South Haven, Mich., demonstrat demonstrat-.a
.a demonstrat-.a 1,1.' .wiifiAu with a 3.5 inch
rocket launcher coming out of a
large bunker directly in front of
the stands. -Th
a s tnrh rocket launcher, a
flat trajectory infantry weapon,
can fire antl-tanK nign explosive
and white phospnorous rounas av averaging
eraging averaging 8 lb. each.
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in imm-puKtve demonstration of
the 60mm Mortar was given by
Sgt. Eugene C. Carpenter and
Sp-4 James S. Talley. Sgt Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter hand held the mortar us using
ing using only the mortar tube and the
base plate and demonstrated the
ability of theVeapon in its accur accuracy
acy accuracy and firepower against sil
houettes approximately aw ymus
in, front of the stand. Sgt. Carpen-
tremendous round of applause for
the accurate ana impressive aem aemonstration.
onstration. aemonstration. ,:A.-J
The 60mm mortar ten refer,
red to as the "Compsny Commah.
der's artillery," in. a liigh angle
fire weapon. It consists of base
piate, Dipoa anq tune ana weijns
43 lbs. when assembled. The sus
tained rat of fire is is ids. per
minute with maximum range of
9000 vsrria Tha rntimltv nrnduc
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two thermite uKeNaues,
another placed on top of boiler
its. The above demonstration
can students of the U.S. Army

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yards using high explosive am ammunition.
munition. ammunition. , '
The 81mm mortar fired in bat
tery by;tte mortar platoon of
tar which is part of the, support
weapons of the Battle Group, was
fired at the demonstration by the
mortar battery platoon.
Set. Howard A. Roeers from
WhitweUV, Tenn., and jSgt. Herbert
Reynolds demonstrated the use of
the 57mm recoilless rifle in
knocking out an "enemy" bunk
er. The 57mm is a light weapon
weighing only 56 pounds, and can
be easily transported. Its maxi
mum range is 4800 yards, but 11
is normally used at shorter rang
es.
The 75mm recoinett rifle was
also fired by the above 2 men.
This rifle is an air-coolM, sin
alt-shot weapon weighing 168
lbs. In firing position.
The largest of the recoiless
family', the 106mm rifle, is the
primary anti-tank, defensive wea weapon
pon weapon of the Infantry.' Normally;
mounted on a jeep, it is air-cooled,
single-shot and breech-loading.
For the first time during the
weapons' demonstration the Latin
American students were able to
see all of the weapons fired at
one time in a thrilling mad "min "minute.
ute. "minute. "C" Company presented a
full platoon in dug in positions
supported by inter-locking ma
chine gun fired and supported by
the mortar weapons and the re recoilless
coilless recoilless rifles, all v firing at the
same time. .'.j.'-."
The hiehlifihts of !Hie demon
stration were the antics of Set.
Ismael Diaz from Puerto Rico,
who after several "go-arounds"
with Maj. Guillermo Rodriguez L.
guest instructor from Colombia to
the School and narrator for tha
program fired 'his ''superior wea
pon" -a simulated v atomic bomb
to climax the show.
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The U.S. Army Caribbean
School, the most unusual school
in the Army, was founded in 1949
with a dual mission of training
both U.S. and Latin American
military personneL :
Because of the great demand
on the hart of Latin American na
tions to send students to the,
school, the training of U.S. ; per
sonnel was stopped in juiy. lass
and the school since that time,
has devoted Itself exclusively to
training Latin. American students.
a( ... f wit
The ultimata v f goals of vthe
school ar to Drovlde unity to ac
tion and methods .among the ar armies
mies armies of : the Western Hemisphere
and to create mutual understana-

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one piaceo m a ean ot water ana 1
plate, rapidly burn both objects to
was presented to the Latin Amer
Caribbean School, Fort' Gulick,
ing and respect among peoples
and countries.
The importance 'And regard in
which the school 4s held by tha
nations of hemisphere illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated bv the man v oonofol
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uv:c iienaea courses there
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TwA&ftTONj March 2o-(UPI)
The Defense Denartmont
der- angry congressional criticism
todav for if enitronv tk. t
Argus high altitude atomic blasts
ana ouier military matters.
Ren.iMelvin Pri nvm rh.i..
man. of the Senate-House Atomic
Research Subromm
. wwvuqcu
the Pentagon of "unnecessary sup
pression" of Information onthe
atomic eXDlosion Which tnnlr nlaio
300 miles abOVA th unnih Atl.ntU
last August and September. I;
trice said he joined with Sen.
Clinton p. Anderson (D-N.M.),
Chairma nof th rnnffrplnnnt
Atomic Energy 'Committee.1 In
charging the Department leaked
details nf the tentn -in nnqniinr
while "gagging" the Committee.
The Arsus tirolect was one of the
best kept U.S.; military secrets
since the World War ? n. atomie
bomb development. Deputy De De-f
f De-f print Srmtrv Donald A.-Ouarlel
said no unusual secrecy measures
were taKen Decause every 0007
harticipating in classified work It
exoected to maintain secrecy."
;" Th xtnrV was broken Wednesday
ni?ht by the New York Times,
heia. puoncauon aner. learnina 01
the tests last summer, before they.i
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