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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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ctaff today expressed agfeement with a least three if the

points included In a Pan canal professional employes letter
made public yesterday. :
.. Doctors and engineers are among the highest-paid
Panamanian employes on US government rolls in the Canal
Zone, V';'' ;"'' : '"'''
A 'v.The, .letter, .whteh' was -.delivered to Panama Foreign
InitorMjguel.J, Moreno, Jr.,' wasi signed by 12 Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizens employed as engineers, architects and drafts draftsmen
men draftsmen by the Panama Canal Co
"' A,ll of the 12, who are employed in US-rate positions,

protested inequities of pay

and promotion opportunities due to the large number of.
jobs assigned 'security Classifications.

Panama
Within 60 Days
rttuama attorney Ruoen 0.
fcuiw, who .was tueo auu ac-
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ouoi,cv4 yy'i veneuwaii news news-ZuMi
ZuMi news-ZuMi tnat Vfttuaina, wwi
nave a- re.Oiuwnary sovei'n-.
axent witntn bo aays.
X m an inierview granted to
Sesunao Uaaua aiiu yuouaiicu
in tne Caracas daUy W iNacio iNacio-nal,
nal, iNacio-nal, iviiro la said w nave voiced
bis inientiun to ieaa a revolt
' against "toe aristocratic gov gov-.rnmcnt
.rnmcnt gov-.rnmcnt ot Panama." ;

Revolt

Tne -interviewer aiso quo tea
.T'j' Miro M saying tnat tne staying

?. ,; i iate!,vwesldent:own;'it"tto

V. iaia the ici assassin ras loose

li?.and;'tnaij Touwoa anu''iisf

''HiW 'demon's jparty;; at tjuan
' Fraritp5 iacetracK" At i-tne tune
fe,4to fiataimachinegunnmg

- Miro s said 1 e oia "v
f sufficient eviaence or ne woiua
I' teauest a reopening of the m-

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L itoo-also 'aomitted thate

Bion v Guizado who ..was ;tried
fano1 sentenced by the Rational
Assembly --to later released
when Miro and the other de defendants
fendants defendants at the ; assassination
5 trial were acquitted by a jury
of five, men and two women,
r Miro said he knew that Gui Gui-iado's
iado's Gui-iado's 1 enemies ..were seeking
somebody .to pin the -crime .on,
so he deUberateir framed Gm Gm-zado
zado Gm-zado by weaving a web of -circumstantial
evidence which lat later,
er, later, collapsed under its own
weight.
He described bis trial and
that f the other defendants as
"a "iiasco."";:,?.:-
Sends Two
To Gorgas
'twmen-nk half the
contents, of a gallon jug 01 w"""
alcohol have landed Gotm
Hospital One of th men is still
In serious condition from the
affects of the poisoning.
Augusto Alvarez, 46, prepared
the concoction : and Invited his
., friend Julio ,perez 39, to share
it with him Sunday., Both are
. Panamanians who are employ employ-ad
ad employ-ad at. the Miraf lores Locks and
reside in Panama City. ::
yesterday Peres was suffer suffering
ing suffering from distorted vision., When
he called on" Alvarez he found
him iinfnncilnua.' A.frienit tnnlr
both men -to OorgasvHoSpttal
yesteraay, W"pr swb
placed on the seriously 111 list. list.-i
i list.-i Laboratory analysis revealed
that the principal ingredient of
the concoction was wooo aico-
hoi.
Electrical Worker
Burned By Cable r
At Pedro Miguel
''iS 'Leo A,: Ronsn, caile splicer em
ployed in the Electrical Division,
of the Panama Canal Company,
received flash burns on his body
: and hands yesterday Sfternoon
i when he accidently contacted a
,,2,300 volt energized cable. -A sj,
; At toe time of the accident,! Ro Ro-;
; Ro-; ian was working in a manhole in
front of the Pedro Miguel tele tele-;
; tele-; phone exchange., The flash which
resulted from the contact 'with the
cable caused first degree burns
on the front of his body and hands,
t i,s was taken to Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital in an Electrical Division truck.
His condition was reported ss not
serious. ,

aa well as lack of assignment

; The Gorgas Hospital staff doctor
pointed particularly to the down
ward revision of salary scales
since inauguration of the single
wage plan and the Canal Zone
Merit System.
. Under the new system a: Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian doctor with any apprecia appreciable
ble appreciable seniority would now be frozen
in salary ,and would not be en entitled
titled entitled to any further increase un until
til until such time as the base salary
level for a newly-hired Panama
nian doctor reached the level at
which the older doctor's salary was
frozen under the grandfather
clause.
What this means Is that a Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian doctor being hired will
received 15 percent less in, sal salary
ary salary than a doctor newly-hired
received a year or two ago.
It also means that a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian doctor frozen at the higher
salary cannot keep the salary if
he leaves hospital service and sub subsequently
sequently subsequently returns.
US citizens protected under the
"grandfather cliuse'" ,may sepa
rate from Canal Zone service and
return to work later at the frozen
level.;: Vv, t i A v; ." u'.
;Tho doctor express no
Satitfaetiotv with U,S foreign
service differential of 25 percent,
on of th point raistd ir th
engineers' letter. In his view, it
. Is th US cltiuns and not th
Panamanians who ar doing fof fof-ign
ign fof-ign srvic
Prior, to the new system Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian doctors hired for hospital
service received a substantial in increase
crease increase after his first year of ser service.
vice. service. This increase has now been
nearly halved ,in addition to the
15 percent decrease in starting sal salary
ary salary for such doctors.
Yesterday's letter to Moreno was
the first time, a group of Panama
nian citizens in high-rated Canal
Zone jobs" had' formally protested
against pay and working condi
tions in the Zone. '
In addition to salary inequities,
the lack of advancement opportu opportunities
nities opportunities was one of the chief points
contained in the letter. The' lack
was attributed 'largely to the wide
variety of jobs included under the
security classifications.
. There has, been no official com comment
ment comment from Balboa Heights reeard-
ing the letter of protest
ike Will Attend
If US Can Benefit
, '-': ' V.'v:. ..' :
'; WASHINGTON, Mar. 25 (UPI)
President Eisenhower said to today
day today he would be inclined to a a-gree
gree a-gree on a series of Summit
meetings if he though,t they
could be arranged under condi conditions
tions conditions which would permit use useful
ful useful discussion and lead to bene-'
ficial effects for the United
States. ''' '
He added, however, that It
was rather difficult to visualize
such a thing as truly Informal
sessions because of the spotlight
glare which follows world lead leaders.
ers. leaders.
The President' made' It "clear
that he was not going even to
next summer's proposed, Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting unless progress was
made at the May Geneva for for-eign
eign for-eign ministers meeting which
justified it. He said if anyone
mimes he has agreed io an au
tomatic trip to the Summit.
mat is different from what he
means.
Steering Failure
Causes Collision
. f:-'.v:.,,vV,
An Investigation of efrcumstances
surrounding the collision between
harbor launch Amber jack and the
ore ship San Juan Trader yester yesterday
day yesterday morning in Limon Bay hat re revealed
vealed revealed that a break in the rudder
cable caused thu ; AmhorUt'
steering gear to fail. (
v Extensive damages to the Amb Amb-erjack's
erjack's Amb-erjack's port bew will be Tepiired
by the Panama Canal Company's
Industrie 1 Division, it war an
nounced. ' v
ThriB men uof 'lltrMind Iti.

jured in th mishap. ,

At Gorgas Hosp ital
Letter

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CHORISTERS REHEARSE Some of the singers from Panama and the Canal Zone making up the choir which will partlcippte
Mn the Pacific side Eastet Sunrise Service are shown at a rehearsal in the Balboa YMCA. Wallace Woe raff is directing the
group, which wiU present ;"Jesu,: Lamb of Qpd, Redeemer? as its principal offering, and Hans Janowitz Ls to provide oman ac-

vvuuuiwit. c w nbuciiu m servicea or wurtanp, scneauiea ior o a.m. at botn Fort Amador and Fort Qu
ick on Sunday. Protestant ministers from the Canal Zone and the Republic have cooperated with chaplains of the military serv services
ices services in arranging the traditional unified dawn ritual. IBS Armv Phntnl

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BISHOP MUELLER
Bishop Mueller
Arrives Tomorrow
For Easter Rites
A leader in American church
life. Bishop. Ruben H. Mueller of
Indianapolis, will be the princi principal
pal principal speaker Sunday at Easter Sun Sunrise
rise Sunrise Services at Ft. Amador
The presiding bishon of the Ev
angelical 'United Brethren Church
is expected to arrive here by
plane early tomorrow morning. He
will be met by a delegation of loc local
al local military chaplains.
During the day .Bishop Mueller
will call on Rear Adm. George
Wales, Commandant of the 15th
Naval; District, his official host
for the visit.
A prominent U.S. clergyman.
Bishop Mueller iB chairman of the
Chaplain's Commission of the U.S.
Armed Forces and vice-president
of the National. Council of
Churches of Christy
In Indianapolis Jie is resident bi bishon
shon bishon of the Evangelical United
Brethren Church.. ;
The Easter Sunrise Service at
which he will speak will be hejd
on the Ft. Amador waterfront fac facing
ing facing Panama Bay and the Pacifie
Ocean. - "?' -' .v
The tkvotion will beein at 6 a.
m, and be followed by a breakfast
in the nearby Officers' Club and
NCO: ;CIub'-'"!:ir'.;:.y' v;--..:.
Czeclioslovakian pianist Hani Ja Janowitz
nowitz Janowitz will be guest organist.. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School music teacher
Wallace Woodruff will conduct the
choir;;. -ly iy-..- -;.;
The 'general public is invited to
attend the waterfront 1 service,
which annually attracts several
thousand worshipers. ; i
C2 CobFinclpff
Winner Of $500
US Savings Bond
Mrs.' Vlreinia Nessler 'of Dia
bio got a ticket from Canal
Zone cops this month.. The tab
was for $375 cash or a bond for
S50U.. -tv:;f'
Police had the ticket number,
2623, but were unable to locate
the holder, -
No : one ever turned 'them
selves in to police more eagerly.
Mrs. v. Nessier had tne lucKy
ticket which won for her the
5X savings bond, first prize at
the annual Policeman's Ball
Friday evening at the Panama
Hilton.

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US Editors and Commentators
End Panama Stopover This Afternoon

cietyirf Editora-and CmmtArs
neaaed by tneir executivirf ecr
tsry Warcel Duriaux of New York,
took off from Tocumen Airport this
afternoon for Guatemala. .,
This will be their last stop on a
fact-finding tour that has taken
them to most of th countries of
Latin America. ?-
The group arrived In Panama
Monday and .since "their arrival
their time has been fully occupied:
Monday afternoon they ; were
given t briefing1 oft Panamanian
problems and relations with the
United States by President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto oV la Guardia Jr., and
members of his government.
"'"V 1 ',,.' .t&'-e- ft,.
. Yesterday started with a'mfiefing
session in the office of the US am
bassador Julian Fiske Harrington.
Members, of the embassy staff
present Included R. Austin Acly,
counselor; John C. Shuiock, Jr.,
head of the political section; Orien
J. Libert, head of the economic
section; George W, Edman. public
affairs officer and director of the
US Information Service and Ralph
R. wiu, director of USOM -Panama
(Point 4).
From the embassy the group
was taken by military bus to
Quarry Heights whotW Gen.
Rldgoly Gaithor end his staff
gavo a briefing erp problems
dealt with by the Caribbean Com Command.
mand. Command.
At noon, there was a luncheon at
the Panama Golf Club given by
Minister of Government, Max
Heurtematte.
Typical Panamanian food was
served. Members of ? the Cajar
All Govt. Offices
To Be
'-.:. ... ";'C'
On Good Friday
All government, offices on the
Isthmus will be closed and all
work. xcept that necessary for
me essenuai operauon 01 me ra ra-nama
nama ra-nama Canal nd the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad will be suspended Friday in
observance of Good Friday, which
is a holiday both in Panama and
the Canal Zone. :
Canal Zone retail stores as well
as all service center bowline cen
ter will be closed .all day Fri Friday,
day, Friday, it has been announced by the
sales and service branch. Service
centers will operate, eri a normal
schedule and gasoline service sta stations
tions stations in the Canal Zone will be on
a holiday schedule.
The Friday holiday. -will be the
last one to be celebrated in the
Canal Zone until: the: Labor. Day
holiday In .September Both. Me Memorial
morial Memorial Day on May. 30 and the
Fourth of July fall' on Saturdays
this year; '; y '-.
Many employes and their fami families
lies families are expected to take advant
age of the long weekend and the
dry season weather to take trips
to the interior and other holiday
spots which are available ft this
time of the year. ,
Bars will be closed through Pa
nama from midniiht tomorrow un

til Saturday. -llf',.

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dancing troup performed several
Faaamanian dances including the
intricate Punto de Ocu.
Members of the visiting group
and Gov. W. E. Potter and Salus Salus-tiano
tiano Salus-tiano Chacon, of the Presidencia
joined in some of the, dances. Lu-
cho Azcarraga and his orchestra
also performed. Roy Naylor was at
the microphone.
Last night there was a reception
at the U.S. embassy with, mem members
bers members of the press, representatives
from the university and the busi business
ness business community attending. Rafael
Matas, president of the Newspa Newspapermen's
permen's Newspapermen's Association of Chiriqui
sent greeting by telegram to Har Harrington
rington Harrington saying:
"We extend through you our cor cordial
dial cordial greetings and the desire that
this intermingling of newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen of both nations will help mu mutual
tual mutual understmdine between coun
tries united by traditional bonds of
friendship."
This morning the grouo was
oivtn a briefing -on the Panama
Canal by Potter and then taken
on a partial transit of the canal
through the Gaillard Cut ami re-
Conqressman Sails
For Canol Zone
Aboard Cristobal
Rep. John D. Dingell, (D-Mich.)
heads a list of 69 passengers who
were scheduled to sail from New
York yesterday for Cristobal a a-board
board a-board the Panama liner Cristobal.
He will be accompanied by his
wife and son.
Dingell was born ln f Colorado
Springs, Colo., and is a graduate
of Georgetown Universitx and
Georgetown University Law
School. He is a veteran of World
War II and was elected to Congress
in 1955 to succeed his late father,
John D. Dingell, who was a re
presentative 'from Michigan from
1932 until his death in 1955.
He is a member of the Mer
chant Marine and Fisheries Com
mittee, which handles Canal v af
fairs and the 'Interstate and For
eign Commerce Committee.
Joseph PennelPs
CZ Lithographs
Hung At Library
A collection of lithographs by Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Pennell, noted American ar
tist who came to. Panama in 1912
to make drawings of the construc construction
tion construction work then- in progress on the
Canal, has been placed on display
in the lobby of the Civil Affairs
Building by the Canal Zdhe Ljbrar
ry-Museum.' ffe'"'',
The pictures, amone those ac
quired in 1912 by the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, depict the stirring scenes of
the building of one of the world's
great engineering marvels.
Most of them have been repro reproduced
duced reproduced in book fornix
The display of lithographs,
which are on the right side of
Hhe entrance to the Civil Affairs
Building, will remain as a perma
nent part of the museum, collec collection.
tion. collection.

Despite .ther -f fun rmmi,
members, of the eroun had an op

portunity to talk freelv with indi
vidual -representatives of the Pan
amaman press and radio.
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ling

NO, NOT A TRUCK RAMP, but.V gsplr 40 foot hole In the
625-foot tanker Andros Venture after a sea collision off, the
coast-of Chile?' The vessel, unladen, steamed to' Balboa after'
the accident. From here she sailed last week for a US gulf port
lor drydock and lepairs. ., si -v y:

Rjffing 41
"H US, Local Raters i

To Be Terminated
In Realignment' j
A total of 49 jobs with the U.S. Army Engineers serV serV-ice
ice serV-ice in the Canal Zone is being abolished during March
and April, it was learned today throuah the nuhlir info

rmation office of US Army Caribbean Headquarters. r
The jobs are at ail levels from nrofesinnnl nmAe

on down to low-ranking manual workers

! corn ui cinzens and non-U.5. citizens are included
among those being terminated.

Army authorities say "the re
duction is due to a reorganization
of the Engineer services as func
tions 'of the Engineers have been
realigned."
In olner words, a number of En-
ginef rs services are beipg consoli-
ateu sd as to provme more eili-
ciertt opei'dhon, and with fewert
JODS.
The Army also said that y addi additional
tional additional studies in other organiza
tion's of the command are being
conducted, although no results
nave yet been made public.
A minimum of 30 days notice is
given to all employes whose ter termination
mination termination results from a reduction
in force.
AU of the 49 civilian jobholders
will haye '.'bumping" privileges:
Thisls. the systenv'wherelfy man
losing his Job may qualify for an another
other another withjn his classification by
displacing a jobholder with less
seniority. j '.

ISpliMliiffp
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Some of the group may find eth ether
er ether jobs within the Panama Canal
Co., Air Force or Navy. ,'.

in, US Ready
To Up Defenses
Of Middle East
LONDON, March 25 (UPI) The
United States and Britain pre prepared
pared prepared today to shore up the de
tenses of Pakistan, Turkey and
Iran following the long expect-,
ed withdrawal ef Iraq from the
Baghdad Pact. k, 'f ?
k The-three Near, EasO nation! -are
Britain's key partners In the
U.S.-supparted -alliance, .formed
to bar Russia from the Middle
East. ; .f'.'.w;,;'.
Irak's defection had been an anticipated
ticipated anticipated for more than 'eight'
months and was not considered
a major blow to th. alliance,
Diplomatic sources sp'ruM-fl
th?t i's chief ef'ect will h 'e
increase pressure on the Uni'd
Stpts-!re'v linked to i
pact's remaining members' by
multinle treaty ties to com a
fu" memher of the alignment
In anticipation of Irak's with withdrawal,
drawal, withdrawal, the United States alre-
dy has concluded fepara'e agrr
ments for military and economie v
aid to Pakistan, Turkey 1 and
Iran.

Phnnf! for V
Plans have been made to install' 1
air conditioning in the out-patienC"
clinic, the blood bank and labora laboratory
tory laboratory located in Section A at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital.
Bids for the work are now being -advertised
by the Panama Canal
Company and are scheduled to bo -opened
April 15 in the Adminlstra-'
tion Building at Balboa Heights.!'
In addition to the air condition
ing, the plans specify the lnstat
lation of a suspended ceiling and
fluorescent lighting in the waitinf
room and the provision of new e e-lectrical
lectrical e-lectrical power service for the air
conditioning machinery.
The work at the hospital should
be completed in about six months.

PanCanal Office
Makes Cool Move
To Balboa Heights
The office of the Accounting
Policies and Procedures Staff,
which is headed by Thomas H.
Scott, was moved this week from
building 5142 at Diablo Heights -to
its new air-conditioned ouar-t
ters ohi the first floor of the
Administration Building at BaK -boa
Heights. 4 w
The move, which involved -1J
employes, is part of the general -evacuation
of the former 8pe- '
cial Engineering Division build ;
ing which will be torn dpw4
soon. The site will be usect; for
the construction of the -new v
elementary school at Diablo
Heights.

Over 2000 Apply
For 291 Panama ;
Teaching Jobs f,
The Ministry of Education' re revealed
vealed revealed yesterday that it had'te had'te-ceived
ceived had'te-ceived more than 2000 applications
for 291 grade schools teaching jobs
available throughout the republic
The number of applications, was
expected to increase, since 'the
deadline for submitting them is
Monday morning, after which -aa
exact figure will be give.

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TBC PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAM NEWSPAPEB
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 19JS

THE PANAMA

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l' Sir:
tu. vM.M...t nf Panama wrote

United Sate, protesting the wage,

of Panama. President ae i

k hi. been a .ucce.sful business administrator,. ana mcrwu.c
owi fVucPbMiV S .. that the price of anything i. based on
Ant nda few ambitious politicians to influence Mm. Wny,.00"!
teU the ltud?nt,, Aquifino Boyd and the rest ot the National
a..wv hit the wav to increase Panamanians wages in the Zone
fi"otcyre?. 'Sem firsr in Panama, the are. o recruitment upon

I WWCS TguK "expect-- US .oveniment to pay waetp
i locilpeople which will make their take-home pay h gher than that
i olUS cittwns recruited in an area where the standard of living
i "ilfte" Z ?hemus collecting income tax (more than 25
percent of ome individual's paychecks) from cithens of Panama,
" Sa?S conS to the US paying Panamanian employes in
.iRfhP'Zone as it does the US-cituen employes, a differentul for
wrS in tSuSS country-. Wher would tJ" Zone
"wvereignty" claims of the politicos and the chTOlchw"n.M.r to
U he is in letter-writing mood, de la Guardia would d better to
' write Ms politicos to clean up their own bkyrd-...Th
Panama Cto's garbage is a disgrace to the civilized world. The
SXa?n is bad The ouUyling district, are gasping for water
Wai in Panama eompare favorably with coolie wages. And what
: tte Uwcians going to do with the $30,000,000 worth of real es-
t"e w'eSJet oveWthem under the treaty? Will it end up as
To! Km,r Sncl. Sam get, from
wouldvbe bled by these political leeches.
TMs would save theanal Zone money by T" th
lug of all local-rate schools, commissaries, service eenters, movies,
first-aid stations and so forth. ... iniA

i Th Mhimlntf thus maae avauanie couia ur uscu ;
'IsVho. m I now getting squeezed for exorbitant rent, in Panama
HCit There would be a hue and cry that the US was thus hurting the

r Panamanian working man "st"W"e P""1,1""" in is resnonsib e
troublemaking in the first place but the working J. Hther-
- n,i. .it...inn .nvwiv That is till he goes to the pous r oiner

se tiirew. ou the element that is forcing Jftt 4JS;ito a poiuon
whe Z,t do something to stop ASZ
ahd simultaneous assault on the interests of the US and those of the
decent working man of Panama. TlradafH.H

MH

Sir :
;sirice Mr. -WhiUiisname Boyd and other W.."1"'
cial. want a 550 cut of the Canal income, I would like to suggelt
that they crry th percentage a bit farther. vm
Verhaps the Panama government would like to
for the new bridge.. After all, won't it be used atleast haM the time
by Panajroa vsMcles. Any idiot can see what a boost the new bridge
wiA be to the economy of thU country.- t. t .
' Lef let Panama foot h'alf the bill, which are run up by. local
citizen, at Oorga. Hospital, and pay half the .alane. of the very
Me Paia'mahlan doctor, who Work' there.
Those who are .creaming the loudest don't need the money per-
f uflly and It's a lure bet that those, who do teed additional income
uld never see any benefit from uch a hare-brained proposal.
i Panama businej.men .ri. jst Irritated that their ow ,peopl.
pfefer to work on the. Zone instead of in Panama City. A little edu education
cation education is indeed a dangerous thing, and the Local Raters are grad

ually warning mat vne pen we
ditions are on the Zone. ',
A Panamanian woman told me recently that the American,
were "spoiling sll the maids" for people like her. Americans, she
added, are foolish enough to pay a tnaid almost a dollar and a half
a day and manv even let them go home before the dishes are wash washed,
ed, washed, the kids bedded down and the parents return from a midnight
party. Maids are over-paid and under-worked by Americans, she
said.
I have not noticed any undue suffering by the. Panama govern government
ment government because they don't get fair payment for the Canal., They seem seemed
ed seemed to have plenty of money to throw around when the city council
turned upside down lasf month.
-This country's government is like a young kid who tells his old
mVnV"You haven't done anything for me except sire me, house me,
feed and clothe me. educate me. Now get lost, so I can have your
insurance benefits."
tcerner

SAN ANTONIO IIRTHDAY RUOLI

Sir:
Perhaps a few remember that in April MM I left the Canal Zone
fo Boquete with a bad case of asthma, and my friends said two
clean shirt, would be all I needed. Tomorrow I reach my 96th an anniversary
niversary anniversary and am feeling fine. My old friend L. S. Reibe called
with another family on the 21st and .aid they would call again a
year from now, and I hope to meet them.
. Though blind, and can't ee a thing I write, I will try to keep my
friend, in mind. I have something to do all the time, and that',
what keens me alive.
I will have a bunch of visitors today, and not a drop of rum-and-honey
in the house.
Weather is getting better and soon we will be able to sit outside.
Continued Mar. 23, 1959
Had a few callers yesterday and got up this morning the 23rd
to find my 96th year staring me! in the face. Am feelina; fine and
was told to make no preparations for anything, it was all on them.
So I will let you know later what happens. v
w It's Boquete weather at 60, and the sun so bright I can't even
with my dark glasses.
Pe Wright

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wW: someone in your country who is also interested in .tamp.. I
t3f t write or .peak Spanish. Jtpanes and English will be under under-tood.
tood. under-tood. Tadae Hare,
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y VICTOR RIISIL
By the time the Pre.kit
throws out the first ball Uiu-e
may ue ouiei .c.ivuy in ine Vvune
House bull pen. Scouts report
uui the old Eisenhower team is
about to lose its best "left'.' hind hinder
er hinder namely U.fc. secretary of La Labor
bor Labor Jim Mitchell.
iot only uoes ne not longer wish
to run for Vice President in 1960,
but wir. Muchell wants out as
Secretary of Labor. He wants to
quit the cabinet because of what
some of his friends new call Mit Mitchell's
chell's Mitchell's migraine. He has so many
headaches be doesn't know wheth whether
er whether he can take another season
the last one before the Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential election.
To Jim Mitchell, the season is a
nightmare of called strikes. For
the most part he tries to avert
the big ones usually by lining
up with M. friends inside labor.
But this season he just won't be
permitted to do that.
On basic labor policy, Mitchell
can no longer talk for the White
House. And unless he can do just
that behind the doors which must
close on conferences at which the
labor-management crises are set settled,
tled, settled, he will have no influence.
The decision has been made by
President Eisenhower. The "line"
on labor has hardened. Labor
leaders call it the Eisenhower-
Summerfield-Nixon line. It will
be held through the '60 campaign.
It is a decision m&rie hv nrao.
tical men who say that they gave
Jim Mitchell "many" years to
woo labor or at least to get the
union chiefs to ease their attacks
on the White House. Holders of
the line ay Mitchell failed. They
don't blame him. They're just
saying that if the labor leaders
want a showdown, they can have
it.
In.iders. for examole. noini tn
the comini steel crisis. The
wmte House is opposed to the!
Meeiworkers
heaw rfemnH fnri
a billion dollar enntrirt inprsxa
iue nuiuiuisirauon wm not ner-
roit Jim Mitchell to do what he
was asked to do durin? the last
steel' strike back in 1956.
The strike, which began when
men poured out of the milfs the
first day of July, appeared as if
it would run into August. Some
time towards the end of Julv.
Clifford Hood, nresident of th IT
S. Steel Corn., answered a ohnn
cjjl from a friend of Jim Mit Mitchell.
chell. Mitchell. Mr. Hood was oM the La Labor
bor Labor Secretary wanted the strike
ended. Mr. Mitchell would like
to see Mr. Hood nersonallv Th
apoointment was made.
The big steel executive was
told by Jim Mitchell that h hri
just spoken to the President. The
Administration wanted the men
back arid by the following week weekend.
end. weekend. When Mr. Hood protested
that he was not the strike leader,
but the struck .leader, it was ug ug-gested
gested ug-gested that the White Hum
"ould aooreciate some concess'ons.
ine walkout had to end. It did.
This year appears to be brin? brin?-in
in brin?-in with it another s'eel erisis.
With the change u Whi'e House
attitude brought on by its eater eater-ness
ness eater-ness to keep w.fes and price'
level Mitchell will not be asked
to pressure the industry. Indeed
he msy find himself belnp nlit
J that the, White House would nri.
,fer that Dave McDonald' United
Steeiworker be pressured.
This the Labor Secretary wnnlt
not like to do. He is ooposed to
the "hard" line. Report are that
ihe finrt himself sw"'"'' t"re
and more towards the friendlier
!Hlicv of that other contender for
the Republican nomination Gov.
Ne1on Rockefeller.
Mr. Rockefeller has been con consulting
sulting consulting hi. state's lahor Vaders.
I When he was ready to oush what
..hii Se fi"!t Tit'-',-i'ee',r'
labor law, the Governor confer conferred
red conferred with New York's AFL-CIO
: leaders.
, "Then Rockefeller Invited soeclal
AFL-HO ethical practices counel,
Art Goldber and v,! ov",r
lawyers to dicus the draft with
him perso"llv fo or two
hours in Albanv. Thv dehatA-i.
But 11 left sHsfid that the oth
er ide was friendly.
vhi ore J:"i t
liking. That's why he wni
fliilt th "tional team i4 will
soon enough.'
CHOU RICIIVIS VISITORS
TOKYO (UPI Communist
Chinese Premier Chou En-lai re received
ceived received a visiting Ceylone'e civil
air delegation led by M. Senana Senana-yake
yake Senana-yake last week, the New China
News Agency reported.

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The first Jighthou.es were
low tower, on which ware
placed baskets full of flaming
wood or charcoal. 'Such a
; lighthouse stood on Cap Sl Sl-!
! Sl-! geum at the Hellespont In the
7th century- B.C. The moat
Yamou. ancient lighthouse wa.
the marble Pharos at Alex Alex-andria,
andria, Alex-andria, JEgypt, named after the
island on which It stood. It
was considered one of the
.even wonders of the world.
e Incycloptdl BrltaanloA

LIMURU, Kenya -Metheke is
wearing a red flannel shirt
limine) under a freshly washed
v -----
is set at a c o c k y angle, m.
trousers are pressed, and he has
changed from sandals to shoes.
Only the pierced ears and the
eaD in his smile where his front
teeth were ceremonially knocked
out for Metheke comes from ihe
Wakamba tribe would make him
appear different from a well-dressed
American Negro of good
station.
Metheke s grandfather, and pos
sibly his father, would have
known the taste of men, ana
those knocked-out front teeth used
to be replaced with ivory fangs.
Sometimes the, front teeth were
filed to sharp points and later re replaced
placed replaced with fangs when the expos exposed
ed exposed tooth rotted.
Metheke's tribe 1. .till tavage
and a. elephant poachers and
bushmen they are unsurpassed.
But Metheke differ, from his
cousins in many ways. I would say j
that Metheke is certainly the best
bunbearer in the world. As a hunt hunter
er hunter he is the equal of most men,
white or black, that I ever knew
His savage intuition blend. per perfectly
fectly perfectly with a practical knowledge
of modern hunting technique, and
equipment. His eyes are a. keen
a. a vulture's and he can track
on stone. He is absolutely fear fearless.
less. fearless. But there are other aspects to
Metheke. He is as fine a mechan
ic on any type of modern vehicle
as you might encounter and an
excellent chauffeur. This ha. not
interfered with hi. ability i. to
.warm up a tree like a monkey.
Nor ha. modern mechanization
of a true lavage damaged ins
native sense of humor.
Metheke is a rich man. On his
shamba down Machakos way he
has many hutr, many sheep, ma
wives tend their own patches of
maize, chatter happily with each
other, and bring up their children
in communal firendship.
Memexe is a nappy man with a
happy family. He has lost nothing
of the old while gaining much
from the new. Metheke's children
will go to school aild learn skill.
and will form the backbone of to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's Africa. U.
Metheke can be more or less du
plicated by a half-dozen African
friends of mine who have j not
been hurried into civilization. ri
Juma. who could run anv hotel
in the world on the sheer bril
liance of his staff work: bie Ha-
machi and little Ngoma, without
Whom the Norfolk Hotel land
certainly me) would fall apart;
and Moussa Elailv. the Swahlli
barman, are among those people
I call friends.
Meussa is a man of property,
and his twin boys stand first and
second In -their class at the aca academy
demy academy In Zanzibar. Some of the
finest people I have ever known
have "made the jump frpm jungle
to modern living.
Then there's Aly. mv ancient
cook,- who would rather be' the
best safari cook la" East Africa
than to be prime minister of tne
world. Old Muende, headman for
more years than I am old, would

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Unscrupulous Hearts
By BOB RUARK

be a man I should qhoose for a
father. Young Matisaii whose la
ther's teeth were filed, owns a
dinner jacket and speaks better
English than I do. The fact that
he currently' supervises all tne
personal boys and will someday
soon become No. 1 does not seem
to bother him because you xan
bet that Matisa's kids will stand
high in the community of tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. These are Africans who have
not been forced by spellbinders,
Mau Mau oaths, noisy agitators
and mob conductors into the cur current
rent current frenzy of immediate natio nationalism.
nalism. nationalism. They are the clay whicn
the agitators mold into screeching
mobs.
The Tom Mboyas and Dr. Hast Hastings
ings Hastings Bandas depend on the sim simple
ple simple savage for their raw material
in the main unlettered, naive
peopjf wno are only leopard's
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leap from the bush people, who
can be stirred to frenzy by any
witch doctor, people who still
live in a strange world of spirits
and superstitions and dark fear.
It has been to the best of my
knowledge, the aim of the aver average,
age, average, decent white man out here
not to retard the African but to
help him in a gradual process of
what we call civilization, largely
by teaching him trades and im improving
proving improving his health and inoculatine
wiis cattle and teaching him not
to rum the soil by ; overgrazing
and overplanting.
This is a necessary step be between
tween between bush savagery and tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's parliamentary operation of
the African's own country.
But the Mboyas will not have It
so, and the present tragedy of
Africa comes basically from black
hands unscrupulous heads and
hearts. '
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ty
WASHINGTON To understand
the USA position during the Ei
.enhower-Macmillan conversation.
U'l necessary to- understand the
position taken by the administra administration
tion administration at an extremely- important
National Security Council meeting
three' weeks Ap$v.fi-y-s-i s--This
meeting also-helps explain
the vigorous and somewhat con confusing,
fusing, confusing, statement, jnade, byVithe
President at his last jres c con conference,
ference, conference, v. "..' Ji
The decision taken- at the Sec-f
tin.y Council 'meeting 45 aH-lmpo?-tant.
Briefly it war thtsr Premier
Khmishchev is bluffinr over Ber
lin, there 4wilfc- be- jifr-v military
snowaowiu ? .' 7
. This' decision was hot ;; plucked
out of the thin air. It was based
upon the following intelligence:
: 1. The Red Army marshals ,do
not want war. i.'" 'j
2, The Soviet Presidium doe.
not want war.-
3. Although Khrushchev ha. talk talked
ed talked about war and even threatened
war over Berlin, he personally
doe. not want war. Even if he
did, he could not afford to buck
both the Red Army leaders and
the Presidium to precipitate war.
A careful study of Khrushchev's
statements shows that he has
threatened war or the equivalent
of war on at least four occasions.
When the British and French
landed at Suez he threatened to
rain .rockets on London and Pa Paris.
ris. Paris. ". 'K
Again when the United 'States
landed troops in Lebanon,, Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev talked of military retaliation.
And when Quemoy was under
Red Chinese fire, Mr.. K again
waved the military big stick.
Finally he threatened war if the
United States used armed force to
open the highway to Berlin.
MR. K CRIES WOLF
In none of these cases so lar,
has Mr. K carried out his threat.
True, acting secretary of state
Herbert Hoover, Jr., got panicky
during the Suez crisis (Dulles be being
ing being ill) and President1 Eisenhower
phoned Sir Anthony Eden demand demanding
ing demanding that British troops be with'
drawn.
True also, in the Quemoy crisis,
the United State, was careful to
keep Chinese Nationalist planes
away from the Chinese Commu Communist
nist Communist mainland. Simultaneously,
however, we know that Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev was careful to restrain the
Chinese Reds from taking any ac action
tion action which might precipitate war.
Weighing all these factors, the
National Security Council decided
Khrushchev was gambling over
Berlin and that under no circums circumstances
tances circumstances would he risk a nuclear
war.
He might, it was decided, risk
a local war with ground ..troops,
since he had 22 Red Army divi-

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Goombm

Everything is less expensive in Co
lombio. We'll be happy to give
you ony further information.
Panamanians and 0.5. citi
zens do. jiot need, pass passportsonly
portsonly passportsonly o tourist card
' issued free.
Baggage allowance 66 lbs.
Pay 10 down -take as long os;
20 months to pay the balance. 1 ;

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bAiLYVJASIIIIlGTOn

BRIW MARION

ti
sibni 14 East Germany against on-
ijr live Amencan uvuions m
Yves Germany, ut if w-g uecid uecid-ed
ed uecid-ed hewouia not risk nuclear war,
and that the best way to call
Aiirusacnev'. buuf w;to make
it f leaf. that in any show-down wa
would u&e- atomic oomos, 1
lais was way President Eisea,
hower at hi. hrtt pre., conference)
talked a length aoout nuclear war
and threw down tny use of ground
troops. 1
; It is not unusual for tho Prtt.
dent' to ramble at a press conler conler-ence
ence conler-ence But ac- the last conferenc
he turned- asideY newsmen's at attempts
tempts attempts to change the subject and
kept- on talking at great length
about the fact that w would re rely,
ly, rely, wholly on nuclear, weapons, not
on ground troops. 4 ;
T 'The President, incidentally, was
angry at hi. old comrade, Gen.
Maxell Taylor, Army Chief uf
Staff, for telling Congress about
the need to mobilize lor the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis and the necessity of get-'
ting "more ground troops.
This conveyed just the opposite
impression desired by the. Nation National
al National Security Council; and was an another
other another reason why Ike, went out of
hi. way to throw down the need
of troop.. v4 ..-.'
However, his remarks, when
cabled to Europe, eut the ground
out "from under Gen, Lauris Nor Nor-stad,
stad, Nor-stad, U.S. Commander of NATO,
who ha. been arguing, begging
and cajoling NATQ member, to
fill up their quota o troop..
To put the entire Berlin, picture
in proper focus, therefore, White
House advisers decided that the
President should make S telecast
to the nation from a carefully pre prepared
pared prepared manuscript, not from me memory
mory memory s. he does at a press con conference.
ference. conference. This is the background of Whit
House statement, on Berlin dur during
ing during the past week; also the back background
ground background guiding the President in
his talks with Prime Minister
Macmillan.
TIM! IS AGAINST US
One significant reason why the
National Security Council decided
Russia does not want war ,; over
Berlin was the estimate that Rus Russian
sian Russian strength is on the rise and
the Kremlin can only gain by
waiting..
Thus, one year from, now, or es especially
pecially especially two years from now, Rus Russia
sia Russia would have a, far better chance
for a military showdown. This
time, Russia might not be blug blug-fing!
fing! blug-fing! -, f-
This rise in Russian military
strength is shown by' the secret
graphs in' the still unpublished
Gaither Report warding the admi administration
nistration administration that the USA is in dan danger
ger danger of becoming a second-clas.
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A tEAM from tfoa Air Force' accounting and finance center in Senvef, Cot, arrived at Albrook
mi. h weekend on their annual staff visit to the Caribbean Air Command. Above, left to right,

re; Col. Jack B. Henderson;, Col., John M. Martinson; Brig. Gen. E. J. Hopkins, commander of
the Air Force Accounting and Finance Center; Col. Joseph C. Stancoqk, deputy chief of staff,
omntroller. of Caribbean-Air Command who met the team upon arrival;-and -CoL Robert P.

MuWbach. The team 1s here to discuss financial management s the Mx Force, and itsrelation itsrelation-hip
hip itsrelation-hip to the Caribbean Air Command. (Of ficlal, CSAF Photo)
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Nationwide

FBI Nabs 12 On

Daily Puzzle Contest Rap

WASHINGTON (UPD-The FBI
arretted 12 persons in ix states

yesterday on changes of swindling through February; 1959, by get

more man o,uw w a ijauouwuie
newspaper puzzle contest racket.
..FBI Director J. Edgar, Hoover
Said four were seized in Oregon,
three in Michigan, two ia Penn Penn-sylvnia
sylvnia Penn-sylvnia and one .each in Indiana
and Wisconsin., One fxox,Min fxox,Min-ota
ota fxox,Min-ota was picked up in,. qridai
They were accused of conspir-.
g to violate the federal,, mail
fraud statutes and laws covering
frauds by v wire or. telegraph. The

maximum penalty would be a

In addition to those arrested.

Hoover said, two Canadians are
believed; to be part of the con conspiracy.
spiracy. conspiracy. U.S. and Canadian offi officials
cials officials will meet to see if they can
be extradited to this country lor
tria.
He said the arrests were made
aftef investigation1 showed that

th alleged swindlers won more

than $45,000 from November, 1958,

ting advance answers to puzzle

contests prepared by two New
York City feature syndicates.
' Hooever said -the ringleaders
subscribed to the puzzle feature
syndicates under the name and
address of a non-existent news newspaper
paper newspaper J'Suburban Publishers
Ltd., 220 Epworth London, On-
tario, Canada."
The feature syndicates did not
supply contest answers to the
newspapers, sending them ir-

$10,000 fipe and five years in jail.Tstead to a local bank which was
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suDDc-sed to hold the answers in

confidence until the contest dead deadline
line deadline had passed.
Hoover said the puzzle cheaters
got around that problem by also
making up Kie name of a ficti fictitious
tious fictitious bank "The Middlesex Trust
Co., P.O.. Box 699, Byfon, Ontario,
Canada.

All the puzzles and answers

sent to the non-existent paper and
bank, Hoover said, were picked

up by the ringleaders in Canada

and parceled out to members 'ef

the group who entered the con

tests through their looal papers.

Those who collected prize mon

ey were allowed to keep a small

share, but the bulk of the cash
was sent by mail or tejegraph to
the headquarters. T
The FBI acted after two Port Portland,
land, Portland, Oregon newspapers, the Oil Oil-egonian
egonian Oil-egonian and the Journal, reported
news of a "fix" in the v puttie
contests. The investigation lasted
several months.

72 Qn CHS Honor Roll; 48
Names On Junior High Roll

be. Jwcorjroli tor XanSautSk
fradmg period was announced as
containing a total of 72 names
for Cristobal High School' and a
total of 48 names for the Junior
High. There were seven students
in the Senior High who made a
grade of A in all academU tub tub-ects.
ects. tub-ects.
They were as follows:
Carol Agee, Karen Coate, An An-Area
Area An-Area Grebien, Gary Irving, Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Limkemann, Jean Van der
Hayden, John Wainio.
in the Junior High five tu-
Jonti .aphipvrd this honor.

Thiy6 are? Jlichae! Mata -JTaiw

ey HOpRins; can jviaeai, jr.
Charles McClelland, Valerie Spt Spt-vey.
vey. Spt-vey. Gaining a place on the B hon honor
or honor roll were a total of 66 high
school students:
Jean Allan, Maurice Belanger,
Jjeslie Berger, Jay Bialkowski,
Mary Elizabeth Bialkowski, Thom Thomas
as Thomas Billlson, Garol, Bruland, Hr Hr-.
. Hr-. Butz Nancy Chaphe, Richard
(lin, Joseph Coffin, Lynn Coffin,
plndy Coate, Sharon Cooper, Ma Ma-ry
ry Ma-ry Beth Daugherty, Patrick Doc Doc-kery,
kery, Doc-kery, Tommy Drohan, Thomas
hnpan. Sallv Eisen, Marguerite

Engelke, Pester-Ender, R-obert
Uvans, Celsi Franceschl. Naiijy

. t A

GAsoSr-Jwdy -ptffoj, Rugy Hall,

wuuam Hayes, Jtillzabetn Hanna,
Emily Hearn, Betsy Hewitt, Di Di-and
and Di-and Hickey, Patricia Holmes.
Panels Johnston, R i e h a f d
Jones, David Judson, Philip Jild Jild-son,
son, Jild-son, Keith Kenway, Sam, Katz,
Katherine fKucikas, Keith Kulig,
Catherine Lewis, : Harry LevineJ

Suzie Lloyd. Frank. McL e o d.

xiies Martin, Ann McClelland.

Michael Metcalf Ell Mae Mo

rales, Andra Nash, Katherine O'

JJnen, Carolyn Peck, Norma Ra

mirez, Gordon Reif,:, Hilda Riefc

kohl, Jose Rodriguez Vilma Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, Hilda Saborio, Wnda
Scott, Carol Seaman, Jean Sea Seaman,
man, Seaman, Joanne Tang, Roberta Va Va-che,
che, Va-che, Thomas. Watson, Lawrence,
Wilder, James Williford.
A total of 43 students a I e d
grades, sufficiently high in the
Junior High to be" placed on the
B honor roil,

Aliomeys Argue
AnlWIAACP laws
WASHINGTON. March M (UPT)
-Three of Wginia'S anti-NAACP
laws, ttrukdow by a federal
panel last April, wer under Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court scrutiny today.
J. Segar Gravatt, Blackstone,
Va., attorney, ha "fJme4 for" ohly
a brief statement on behalf of the
tate before court recessed- yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. He said, last year's panel
should have itayefl its hand until
the law were constructed by state
courts. f
The National Association for the
Advancement Of" Colored Pool is

tepresented byhurgood Marshal

all, of New iotk. e eontenas tnat
Virginia's laws i'strike at basic
imple right and libeftieaguft,
enteed byhe constitutioh." ;
Two of .we statutes require the
NAACP to file financial data and
to list its members. The third, re redefining
defining redefining unauthorized y lawsuits,
provoked a claim that it would, bar
the NAACP from helping Negroes
. in school integration 'cases.
The NAACP wentt-.ourt to pre prevent
vent prevent the state from enforcing the
Bew laws. . '1
Before starting the NAACP ar ar-fuments,
fuments, ar-fuments, the Supreme Court hand handed
ed handed down decisions nd heard a

cas dealing with the power ; of
broadcaster! -1 screen libelev

etatementsvfrem political ipeecn-rj 'V

Tbey arei
Douglas Alberga, Elaine Asbu Asbu-ry,
ry, Asbu-ry, Charlotte Bialkowski, Frank

Borsellino, Clara Bray. Franklin

Brooks, Susan Cotton, Patricia

Daly, Diane' Drell, Sandra Eck Eck-hoff,
hoff, Eck-hoff, Virginia Paris, Helen George,

viicuua yravtw, namei newiu,
TdmHkey. Bernlce Hill, Mar Martha
tha Martha Hoverson, Phillip Jones, Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Karpinski, Stella Kucikas,
Patsy Lee, Yvonne Lelaidier,
Jean Levine Ernest Little.
Susan Mathieson, Nancy Mit Mit-ehell,
ehell, Mit-ehell, Margaret O'Brien Barbara

O'Neal, Rene Owen, Judy Pa-

tambo, Mary Lou Paris, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Pearson, Laura Pearson,
Bill Pollard, Luis Rodirguez, Wil Wil-lanjba
lanjba Wil-lanjba Rogers, Carolyn Rowley,
Karen Sanders, Geoffrey Thomp Thompson,,
son,, Thompson,, Edward Wilder, William Will,
Donna Wong, Zandra Zimmer:
mann.

Those arrested were:
. Harry Bald, 33, Detroit, Mich.,
who reportedly received $4,400
from the Chicago Americran, for
winning a puzzle contest last De

cember.
Walter Rex Johnston." III. and

his wife, Ann, also of Detroit.

Myer Bloom, 27. Harrisburg.

Pa., who reportedly received $250
from the Harrisburg Patriot last

January as a puzzle winner.
Lawrence A. Dyson, 32, Phtla

delphia, Pa., reportedly collector
of ,050 from .the Philadelphia

Bulletin's nuzzle eontest. Dvson'

brother, Joseph, la one of ,. the two

vidians accusiefl.ijninBnibflM
or The conspiracy.
Ralph v Bass; .Chicsgo,;, whore whore-portedly
portedly whore-portedly received $1,100' front the

vmcago American last -January.

t" Jamer Franci Theodore.. : Mil

waukee who' reportedly won
$2,710 from a Milwaukee Sentinel
nuzzle contest. r ;

w BUly- :Ronaldvfaytt' and .:fftjw

geram JJetyer, jpottland.

Beaver eoortedlv wnn -0 ton

from the Oregonian puzzle eontest
last December. ;

Rovle E. Hubert. fiherwni

Ore., and Birches Bird. m. m

Portland night club owner.

.Luther Darling, 35, 10610 South
Shore Drive,; Medicine Lake. Min

nesota. They -said .Darling picked
up m Fkrida.woa 1,825 ::taswe

me a puzzle m'fhe St:; Paul Sirn.

day Pioneer- Pres last Novem

ber.
The other Canadian eharmtd In

the complaint, besides Dyson, was
George G. Dingman, J, 34, Port

oiamey, Ontario,

16-Year-0ld Girls
Abduct Big, Burly
Farmer At llsbraska
LINCOLN; Neb. (UPI) Two
girls who escaped from a Nebras Nebraska
ka Nebraska girls' training school and ab abducted
ducted abducted a burly farmer today
faced kidnaping charges in fed federal
eral federal district court here.
Janet Spegal, Lexington, Neb.,
and Peggy Moore, Omaha, both
16, were captured near .-salina,
Kan., Saturday night after a two-,
state flight at speeds of 100' miles
an hour.
- The girls slipped out of a kitch kitchen
en kitchen at the Geneva, Neb., training
school, stole two knives J and u
pistol at a nearby farm and then,
abducted Jesse Richards,,' 54, a

200-nounder. from his farmyard. J

" ."I've never been so reneyea in
my life," Richards said after -police
curbed the fleeing car. "This
is a heck of a way to get your
name in the paper.

Richards said the girls, one
holding a knife at-his neck and

the other a pistol t his side,

forced him to do the driving. Tftey
stole three ears' in their' two-hour
flight.

The girls force j Richards to
it i.Ti 11.-.. 4L- .1

orive ms' car; soum mtru uu uu-Hnnsil
Hnnsil uu-Hnnsil thit ar at Concordia.

Kan., and took anotner. Theyj

abandoned it a, short j time later

m a lavor .oi a larermoaeif r

taken from a farmyard,--.:

"We chatted along me wy,
about a lot of things, nothing ape-

oacail', Richards ssid. :"'We kept

under the speed lim until- we
knew the eons- were on us and

then we opened it up better than"
a hundred.

The girls, who had been com

milted to the training school as

juvenile delinquents, told police
Ihey "just wanted to get away."

Special Attention

Grged For Students
Hit By Integration

WASHINGTON (UPI) Arthur

S. Flemming, secretary of health,

education and welfare, has sug suggested
gested suggested that colleges work out spe special
cial special arrangements for students

whose high schools were closed ny

integration problems.
Flemming emphasized that col colleges
leges colleges should not in any way low

er their standards out ne urged
them to make it possible for stu students
dents students whose education was inter interrupted
rupted interrupted to "make up for this lost
time."
He tailed on the colleges Sun Sunday
day Sunday to be "sympathetic" to the
needs of students in such cases.

He said they will have a difficult
time eatching up and some never
will return to the classroom.

Flemming was asked; whether
he thought the' closinf ut nwm

southern' senoois wouuneaa T tne

gradual collapse of the public edu
cation svstem in those states.

Tfli not (tost pessimistic, he
replied.
He ;ai4 inert probably would
be more emphasis on private
schools. J$ the5 .South,, But he ex expressed
pressed expressed confidence that "the pub public;
lic; public; school system it so basically

sound that. m the long run It'a go go-in
in go-in gto emerge once again."
Flemming, a former -college
president, said the United States
has an educatienal -system, that is

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4I0RGI I..STR1NGFELLOW.

Mmperial Potentate of the Shrine

ot North America, who will visit
the Isthmus tomorrow through
Sunday. Mrs. Stririgfellow and an
official party accompany him. In
private life the Imperial Poten Potentate
tate Potentate is vice-president of the
Thomas AJ:'Edison Industries of
the McGraw-Edison Company.
He also holds directorships in a
number of nationally-known cor cor-'
' cor-' r 'porations.

Inter-American Press Group Or

Probe of News 'Bdtellas7 In

SAN SALVADOR, March 24

"(TJPD-The -board-of directors of

the Inter-American Fress Assocja Assocja-tion
tion Assocja-tion has ordered a special investi investigation
gation investigation of charges that past Cuban

governments subsiaizea me press
with a view to possible "prompt
remedial action."
The board appointed a five-man
committee, including Dr. Harrao Harrao-dio
dio Harrao-dio Arias of Panama, to investi investigate
gate investigate the situation and report its
findings to IAPA president Alberto
Gainza P&z by June 15.
Officers of the association and
members of ift executive commit committee
tee committee Will- use the special commit committee's
tee's committee's report as the basis for recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to the board at its Oc October
tober October meeting in San Francisco.
The resolution aiitvnrizing the
i n v e s tigation said the board
"deems it necessary to determine
all the available facts pertaining

thpsp reoortert cnarges, wnn.ii,

.Payments to pubhshers.
Payment to editors of sums in

tended to divided among mem

bers of their staffs.

Direct payments. or "botellas,'.'

to individuaLew&men.hy the gov government
ernment government departments whose activ activities
ities activities tfleV reDdr'teol'

At least two iUDan governmenis'

Jhose ofc -i( ousted ex-Presidents

Carlos Frio and r uigencio Batis Batista
ta Batista kept newspa'jrson, their offi

cial payrolls. ,iipnso oonse,
nublishpr nf the mdenendent Ha

vana newspaper Ei Mundo, said

he had been fighting the payment

of'"botetias '-since 1946.

'Thel O'RouVke report noted that
payment of 'the subaftiies did' not

make Cuban publishers subser

vient to the government. It noted
that Batista in particular had. to

prompt

Snuwiroiiiiii i Tin in ir iinnul

to

j x J 1 .ill .ArtfiirA

It SUsianicu, win hm""-

and remeqial'.action.
The basi for the charges was"'

report prepared by John T. O

Rourke, editor ot tne wasmnxion
Daily News, and Jules Dubois, Lkt Lkt-in
in Lkt-in Amprtean corresDondent Of the

Chicago Tribune and chairman of
the IAPA's freedom of the Press
Committee.
The report, written by O'ROurRe,
said government subsidies tp the
Cuban press which have.bcen drs-

continued by that country s revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary regime took three
forms!

"second to none 'desoite some

weaknesses. He said the most ser

ious weakness it the salary scale
for teachers.

PERIPATETIC B rltaln's
Alexandra of Kent, above, soon
will be touring South America
with her mother, the Duchess
of Kent.

Spring Handicap1
Alerts London's
Maternity Homes

" LONDON '(UPI) Midwives andl

maternity homes today prepared
for their busiest two weeks of the

year.

Babies born before midnight 8

week from Sunday earn their par-"

ents tax exemption for the entire
year, arid a great deal of family
planning is based on this.

Statistics show March is the

biggest birthday month because

if this $20 exemption.. The mid'

wives call the final two weeks

the "spring handicap."

LatAm

:

resort to censorshio to control ttw

news.
John R. Herbert, edittgf that
Quincy (Mass.) PatridTCeTJgefi

suggested that the IAPA should e
plore the entire Question of botel
11a" payments with a view to end' I

viei

ing it whereVet it exists in th

Americas. He said it wBrffiPfce hy
pocritica) to focus the inWMfgatioft
on Cuba alone. I
' Us i
The members of the Committee

appointed to investigate 'past Cuban,
practices aTer .(? v
James G: Stahlmant'lidenl
and publisher of the, Nashville
(Tenn.) Banner;'. Harold Fitzger-

aid, president'and publisher ot the.
Pontiac ("Mich.) Press; Ricarde.

Castro Beeche, of San Jose, Costa,

Rica; Julio Mesquita Neto, of Sa
Paulo, Brazil and Arias, ef Panaj
ma City. 4

Pope John Jo Wash

On Holy Thursday
VATTCSN1 CITY (OTI) Pope
John Mill' Will- humbly wash the
feet of 12 poor of Rome in Holy
Week cwemonies t the Basilica
of 'St. John iff- (xb reran tomorrow.
; V- n s
It will be the first known time
In "r.cewt church1' 'history that a
pipe has 'carried mit the washing
ceremony of Maundy Thursday
which recells the time Christ

clesmted'' foe fset oi His1 disciples.

GeneraHy the; ceremony is car carried
ried carried 'dirt' By blshoor 'or -archbish-ops1n.
Cattiedrals 'Churches.
Th''bishw washes the feet of
IS pt)or. WieW, cfieaccnls or others.
Tn 'iribnastfc' chnches.: 'he suoer suoer-iof
iof suoer-iof wsfsh'es'the',feet'bf 13'monksi
Aft'et the ceremony Pope John
will recite the Lord's. Prayer and
cortclude: r ''That "ate -here the out outward
ward outward sfa'in are 'washed away for
us an by' nsf.' sfi the inward sins
of us may be washed away by
Thee." .- .; ,4
The Pope 'Snnrly. distributed
blessed Dlams to his cardinals and

aides in the ancient Basilica of

St. Paul-' in a. rite opening the
week.

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NY HOP DANCE TO START EASTER ACTIVITIES

DY EVENINQ AT YMCA USO IN CKISIOBJIX

A Bunny Hon dance will touch off a weekend of Easter etl

lei at tti Crlstbal YMCA CSO. The event wlu be held to the

dltoriuai of the "Y' at 8 p.m., with special Easter tunts and

s featured. :a.:a La'
The Cristobal YMCA has also announced that transport-

on to Fori Gulick'i Easter Sunrise Service will be 4aiiabl to

icemen at the X71 3:30 a.m. uoiiee ana ougnuui .wiu m

erred during the Java Hour at 8:3U. ;

door prizes

i Transportation to eommuni y
churches will be provided at
9:15 and 10:45 a.m.

Sunday evening
totality Hour will

V am

at 7:30 a Hos Hos-be
be Hos-be held in the

Y" auditorium. Members of the

Girls Service Organization will
attend each event.

Zionist Woman
Plan Purlm Ball
-The Women's International
Zioniet Organization has an announced
nounced announced plans for a Purjm (Es (Esther's
ther's (Esther's Feast) ball Sunday even even-log
log even-log at 8 at the Panama Hilton
Hotel
Music will be furnished by Lu Lu-eho
eho Lu-eho Azcarraga. A buffet supper

will be served, and
awarded.
Reservations may
calling Panama
2-2370.

be made
2-4728

Shrinart To Honor
Official Visitors
A banquest and dance in honor
of Imperial Poentate George E.
Stringfellows Mrs. Stringfellow
and members of his official par party
ty party will be held at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers. Open Mess Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, sponsored bj) jAbott Saad
Temple. All -Shriners and their
ladies in this area are invited to
attend.
' There will be cocktaUs: begin-

fiaaloh is Here
We have the most
complete assortment
for your Easter
Festivities:

Chocolate Eggs
Eggs with Prizes Inside
Plastic Easter Bunnies
Egg Dye

Little Ducks (real)
5f' Religious Figurines and items
Plastic Eggs Filled with Chocolates
Grass Rugs
Greeting Cards
Grass Rugs

Baskets Baskets Baskets
,r, (A Huge Assortment)
"p'c'- Come to
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE
(Both across the old Ancon Post Office)

ning at 6.30, dinner being serv served
ed served at 7.30 p.m. Dancing will con continue
tinue continue until midnight to the music
of Lucro Azcarraga. Dress is semi semi-formal
formal semi-formal and Shriners are request requested
ed requested to wear their fez.

' reservations and checks may

be mailed to the Recorder, Box
3668, Balboa.

I. .14 is an'icipated that this will

begone of the largest social af affairs
fairs affairs of the year for Abou Saad
Temple. Early reservations are
requested.

:0NTlNUED PAC-t FIVI)
Meetings
Historical Society
The Panama Canal Natural
nistory Socle: y will meet this
evening at 8 at the Balboa USO USO-JWB.
JWB. USO-JWB. Guest speaker will be W. Don Donald
ald Donald Thomas, who will discuss
"Collecting Butterflies in the
Tropics". He will present colored
slides and an exhibit of. his but butterfly
terfly butterfly collection.
Members are urged to bring
Sues' s.

Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Con Conversation
versation Conversation Club will have a re regular
gular regular bi-weekly meeting this
evening at 7:30 at the Quarry
Heights Officers Club.
Instructions in traditional Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian dances will be featured.

Living Quarters

Answer to Previous' Puzzle

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Bare ,.
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8 Where Adam
lived
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12 Mark
13 Nevada city
14 Age
15 Decorations
17 York

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2 1 Geraint's wife the brain
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44 Works of 25 Unusual
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29 Paper measure ga Title

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lives ..,
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StExpunger
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38 Dispatched
39 Females
4 1 Watch
42 Ocean
44 Italian city
48 More severe
49 Run together
83 Jump
84 Exaggerates
86 Table scrap
87 Fruit
88 Afternoon
parties
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3 British
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35 ringer
40 To this
43 Positive
electrode
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appellation
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31 College official
: 4i(2 Essential being
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Peter's Benefit
Society Plans
Dinner-Program
The St. Peter's Church Mutual
Benefit society, looking forward
to observing its 32nd anniversary,
has planned special anniversary
dinner-program will be held at
the Paraiso gymnasium, on, Sun

day, May 10, (Mothers Day).
This affair will be strictly for

,thf i inembers andj. 'speftiallyj jnyifrt.

ea guests, some iemaie memoers
will be honored on the program,
whicji is also the first of two ma major
jor major activities that will be held
during May.
On Sunday, May 31, the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of the anniversary activities

will find the officers and mem members
bers members playing host to the public
on a trip through the Panama Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. for a nominal fee. Tickets are
already in circulation and may

be secured from any member of

me society.
At the next meeting slated for
tomorrow night at "o'clock mem members
bers members will have the opportunity of

hearing a talk by the Rev. J.
Henry Bonney.

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Rip's Transport

Workers On Strike

RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI)-Ten

thousand city and suburban trans transport
port transport workers went on strike yes yesterday
terday yesterday in support od demands for
a SO per cent wage increase.
The walkout prevented thou thousands
sands thousands of suburbanites from get getting
ting getting to their jobs.

Workers of the Leppoldina Rail

way also walked out at noon on

a 12-hour "warning" strike. They
demanded a 0 per cent ay

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they've won more official
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Italian Swiss Colony wines with
confidence and pride.

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Since Ull at Aatl, CallfornU

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
Your Evening Bible Reading:
St. Luke 22:171
THE KISS OF DEATH
"Jesus said unto him, Judas,
betrayest thow the Son of man
with a kiss?"
Judas is a puzzling character.

Why did he betray best friend?

For a bag of silver coins? Some

of us find that reason incredible,

au uy useii. was u Decause oi dis disappointment,
appointment, disappointment, disillusionment, jeal

uujr,or impatience; Any or ail oi
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Italian Heels Said
Murdering Floors
Of British Halls

LONDON (UPn-tbe sharip.and

snapely Italian heels that grace
pretty English girls' feet are mur murdering
dering murdering the floors in factories, of offices,
fices, offices, and dance halls.

The owners of many floors are

determined to forego beauty and
have the ladies wear the stout and
low-heeled shoes that Englishwo Englishwomen
men Englishwomen used to be famous for.
One big company, Lever Broth Brothers,
ers, Brothers, which employes 2,000 women
in its London offices alone, has

banned sharp heels for its em

ployees.
It calculates that a 105-pound
girl wearing spik heel? exerts a
pressure on the floor of one ton
per souare inch. A 224 nour"!
man, his weiirht sDread over b'

entire Shoe, nuts Hown onlv

pounds per square inch.
Another London comDanv -more

floor-conscious because it deals in

floor coverings, as issued low-

heeled shoes for the girls to wear

in me office.

Dance halls In the London area

these possibilities may be correct.
But one thing is clear: be chose
the kiss of friendship as the means
of identifying Jesus to His ene enemies.
mies. enemies. The darkest crime in; the
annals of all human villainy is
done by the putward sign of love.
Any comparison between! Judas
and ourselves is Very odious. k But
lei's face it: we too can betray
the Son of man with a kiss. We

can sing His praises in church

ana be known as devoted mem-

the same time we betray Him in

thought, word and deed.
Lip service, in which we say

again and again that we love God
and our fellow man. is vxmen a

continuing betrayal ,of Our Lod.
It seems that the wolrd has al always
ways always needed a scape goat; oue

upon whom we pin the ugly sense
of guilt that is caused by our own

spiritual sickness.
It would be well for us to recog recognize
nize recognize our true condition as we share
this Holy Week with' Our Lord.
If we are using it for an excuse
to go into the country, beware
that we will not find God there' as
we expect.
Ture relaxation comes from
making peace with God and can cannot
not cannot he suDstituted.by running away
from our Christian identity.

daily.

boost. The railway carries ap

proximately 100,000 commuters are considering bans. The Merra

oance nan management said that

a new floor, which can cost nearly
15.00O. has Its seven-year life cut
In half by rocking and rolling in
spike heels.

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San Bias Islands
Tour On Calendar
Of JWB April 5
The USO-JWB is organizing
another of its popular dry-season
tours on Sunday, April 5. This is
a one-day trip to the San Bias
Island.
The tour leaves Tocumen air airport
port airport at 8 a.m. aboard a DC-3 for
Mandinga.
This is followed by a walk down
a jungle road to a trading boat
that takes the passengers to
several of the islands.
There are plenty of opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities for trading, sightseeing,
swimming and picture taking
The tour returns to Tocumen

about 5 p.m.
The price is $1?.50 per person.

For full details and reservations,

call Balboa 1072.

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Jnsto Arosemena Ave.
beside Kelvlx
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EVERY WEDNESDAY
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

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West North East 'fiooth
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Pass '- Pas Pass
Pass
Opening lead 2

There is a time and place for

everymmg even irumpung your
partner's trick.
East's three diamond overcall

was a nuisance bid designed to

upset the enemy's eommuaica

tion. This time the bid had no

effect as South wai able to bid
three hearts and North had a
sound raise to four.
West opened his singleton dia diamond.
mond. diamond. The way the cards lay a
trump opening would have been
better but West was not clair clairvoyant.
voyant. clairvoyant. South won the first diamond,
led a club to dummy's ace and a
spade from dummy. East played
the three and South went up
with the king only to see it lose

to West s ace.

Now West led a trump

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BROADWAY
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by Dorothy Kill gal I en

South won m dummy. A second
soade lost to East's queen and
East led the king of diamonds.
At this -point West decided it
was about time for him to trump
his partner's trick. Obviously
South was getting ready for a
troF ruffl and seooTnBtfmn
lead would 'take away "on ruffing

tmk.
Suiting the a c t i o n to the
thought. West ruffed and Jed his
last trump. .Now South had two
trumns left in dummy but three
:osne cards in his own hand. He
had tn lose one trick and the
contract.

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North East Sooth. West :
1 1 Pass 1 N.T.I
Double Pass ?
You, South, hold:
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try to set the no-tnanp contract. (
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Answer tomorrow

J0TTIN6S IN PINCIL "'
Betsy Drake, ths x-MnCafy
Grant, hat found s serious 'suitor
in Jerrold Kushnick, a Wall St,
lawyer. He's at the romantic
stage where he's shopping for s

duddv to give her. .Meanwhile

back in the movie colony, Cary

raptured most of, the. attention at

Otto Preminger s weept; party-;
monoDolizine an adorable litl

Chinese girl, Au Kar WeiJjwho
just arrived in HoUywowf i for
"TV,. rtfh HAm ftf fh rnln' :

saS vviibi wfc mv tea
A rnrV 'n' roll disc loekev has

been .dropped by his, network 'but
is staying on for a couple of

weeks at his own expense so ne

can nlus a snow he's nutting on

dunna the Easter holidays.

Gina Lollobrigida wants the

feminine lead in the Guhsvof

Navarone" flicker, but Car! Fore
man won't give her the percent

age deal she has in mind. .Don't

write off the Dorothy Malone

Jacaues Bergerac romance. Her
family in Texas may give him

the official okay any day now, in
which case they'll be qft. to the
altar. ,.Rod Alexander cancelled
a projected three month long
d?nce four with his estranged
wife, Bambl Linn, leaving their
booking agency with a fat gap In
its schedule. Another dancing act
is being summoned to fill in..'
The Sardi set hears Elliot Nu-'

and' Sent- is readying a news bul'etih.

a woman
head?'1-.

; want :

to shiTs

ker

Director John Huston is batt

ling with an, attack of gout. ,.
John Pe'rona, who broke his col col-lorhpp
lorhpp col-lorhpp in a. pin Beach auto
smash-up, is returning to New
York to reeuoerte. He'll have' to to-skip
skip to-skip attendihi the' MZ Sebrlflg
fnit, ,wWe5ifis live;.to- 1Wt
TW'nasfipn'uo a World SeriM; ' v.
O. Henrv's. tbe Greenwich Vil

lage restaurant concocted from' a

butcher shop, is the towns new newest
est newest hangout for celebrities
pfi''lv (in .CitM?; JltS,, ','
The genera' feeline in cafe' so society
ciety society is that it wo'd be unwise
t anyone to hold his breath
TieW'H-S"lvns Pamo""1 Pamo""1-waiting
waiting Pamo""1-waiting for the just announced
ni rnarriaee to be solemnized.
Local fashion and ad agency pho photographers
tographers photographers are excited about a
male model named. Steve Harper,
latest addition trt th. ,Junt'j5.'n
Hartford stable. They expect him
to become, one of the Tap Ten.
Milton Berle, on stage "at the
Eden Roc in Miami the other
night, summoned both Jerry Lew Lewis
is Lewis and Dagmar from the audi audi-ence.i
ence.i audi-ence.i But they wouldn't shake

tr- i 1 1 -J

; A sequel -to the rrench Mi.
thriller of two Tears ago, "RifiiL"
just went before the i cameras
with Alex Joffe as director-Nln-stead
of Jules Datsin, -who's busy
with othet screen assignments at
the snoment. It'i ealld "Du

m wet Les FemmeS,"; and should

oe reausuc in at least one depart depart-ment:
ment: depart-ment: Joffe scanned ithtt vtrm

on who'd been hired to play Paris

urns, man-t tninic they looked
authentic:', and haa his aitnt

lund tip 50 bona fide vagrants

ai a salary ot oni odtue Of wins
per bum.

The Marquis de Cuevss, back
in town, is bedded with influents.
. .Franchot Tone's latest. Interest
is a magazine editor, Kay Zief.
ler. .Not many Hollywood Insid Insid-ers
ers Insid-ers have bought the story that
Lana Turner quit ''Anatomy of
Murder" because she didn't like
the costumes, They prefer the
prevalent theory in the film colo colo-nyand
nyand colo-nyand it's al jjgjft; sy.jp
The girls are out spending that -loot.
Lucille Ball has invested k
a luxurious sable coat,-- and' Mar- -'
tha Raye dropped into the Carl Carlton
ton Carlton House jewelry salon to ornr.

costly twin rings one for her herself
self herself the other for her hnafcanit

bod o'Sinea. .Ava i -Gardner's

Beach" n staggering, but tJncli
Sam won't get his usual cut be -cause
she's le?aUV a resident of
Spain although still a citizen of
the U.S. Jan. Mnrmn 1H.

friends :,of the shock -she received
vmon h Jin -f .u

Embassy in Washington. She's

Dointi a st,500 re for the. oC.
CSSlOn. and mart( hr nfrn.

"'v-lcv ?hwr Mm. Al-

wiand. wife of the French Am Am-basadort
basadort Am-basadort w weaHijg an Identl-.

cai itock..(no Slides feoorted.)
A croun callod Th ImUaM,,.

have, recorded an annrnnrfaf

mber, "Te Bf WarhAMi

Mercy, what a feud Paddv Ch.

yefo'rv and Aarn SnelJin ive
rooking. .Actor nm Ci,n;.

faces aurf-v. viccv NpTsmi

is ant to solve fh ni firm' traam

plovnient nroblem ainele-bamlii

?,f irSd five "ecretaries to han-

MlR nil in mill. ini. IHit

not be 'enough, is-; f

r i if, i - r

hands, just stoofljtt opposite, swes
of the stage'. yiinik' JWk.Ke--rnitan
miv take T)6di MuBer il

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V

The more bored a woman is with
routine housework the more intel intelligent
ligent intelligent she is, says a home econo

mist.

That statement will flatter j lot

discontented housewives. But that
doesn't mean it's necessarily so.

Wha's so intelligent about being

bored by a job you chose for vour-

self, with your eyes wide open ?

Any woman who marries takes

on automatical the job of house housewife
wife housewife And. unless she' marries a

man who can afford to hire a maid
she is settling for the job of house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper as well as ,wife.

There's a lot of dull routine to
most jobs outside the home.
But how does boredom with the
job prove a woman's intelligence?
Among the housewives I've known
the most intelligent ones aren't
the most bored with their lot in
life.
Instead of hating the routine of
housework, they have put their
minds to work on figuring out short
cuts and conveniences and flexi flexible
ble flexible schedules so that they can get

me routine jods cione quickly and

Even while they are spending the
necessary time on rnutino We

they don't let their minds bog
down in bore'dbm but. put them to

worx on something more fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating than dusting or scrubbing..
Maybe they play music whili.

they work. Maybe they set their
rilinds to working out a problem,
planning a party, or mentally re redecorating
decorating redecorating the living tpom.
My own grandmother used to
proo a book of poetry beside her
while she ironed and bv the time

me ias.1 snin was neatly folded

sne naamrmonzed a beautiful
poem..
Being bored is not a sign of Intel Intel-jgpnee
jgpnee Intel-jgpnee It's a sign that,, person
lacks the imagination that can fre

the mind while the hands are
doing routine tasks.

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BATON ROUGE. La. rTTPn

What'l In s. name?, Well, nolice

arrested James Swindle of Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, Miss., here on Charges of
stealing (70 from a service sta station.
tion. station. Now they are lookine for

John J. Crook of Bunkie, La., ac

cused Of passing a bad $68 check.

arrRil!lj
. Nirhfa. Riokacha. Pain, Loae of

hii third bride any day now, dem

onstrating that in some areas
e's "1 a conformist .Warn to
hear Sammy Davs Jr. tell s fun fun-nv
nv fun-nv story? Jus sa" 'Oscr Ham Ham-merstein".
merstein". Ham-merstein". .Benlta Hume Cole Cole-man
man Cole-man Sanders cabled George's li literary
terary literary agent, Carlton" Co, ask asking
ing asking him to air mail three cartons
fTier bridegr06msisvoriWAmer
ican cigarets to LoMdn The 'post-;
age was $15.
Gussie Moran, just back from
Hawaii and appropriately tanned,
dined at the Stork Club with Ed
Hand. .When Fred MacMurray
and June Haver caught T. C.
Jones' act at Le Cupidon, June
was so impressed by T. C.V im impersonations
personations impersonations of Tallulah Bankheio
and Better Davis she refused to
believe he was a man. At the
end of the act, when he took off
his -wig and revealed a bald skull,
June exclaimed, "Nowwhy would

Damages Sought
By Negro falsely
Kept In Asylum

BATON ROUGE. La. (UPI)

The attorney for Spiller Themas
65 year old Negro, filed a
$107,283 suit hereyesterday for
damages for the 15 yeaf false
imprisonment of his client at 4he
state hospital for the criminally
insane.
Thomas was charged with
breaking and entering in 1941 and
after a brief sanity hearing was

confined in the hospital for the

criminally insane from Dec. 11,
1941, until Oct. ,27, .1958. 1

The minor charge was dropped,
although two subsequent sanity

hearings during the years de

clared him sane, he was not re released
leased released because Of faulty liaison
between hospital authorities and
the courts. 1 1 v;

Thomas returned 1 to Plaque Plaque-mine,
mine, Plaque-mine, La., to live with, hit lister
after his release from the hos

pital. ;'." ..

Besides physical ana mental an anguish,
guish, anguish, the. fsult asked" for; ;S3,tMM
a year for the .15.. yearinlne

months hd fpuf pays, thai; pjojn

Donald THomas1
Butterfly: Talk

Toniaht At JWB

. The regular meeting of the
Panama Canal History Society
will be held at t p.m. it the
USO J. At tonight's meeting

W. Donald Thomas will, speak on

"goiiecung uuuenues" in- ,'ina
Trocici." Illustrated with color

ed slides and a showing of nlri

glass-mounted butterfly collet
tion.... .- ;.'.
Thomas has collected butter

flies in Africa. South and Central
America nd Asia for Museuns in

the united States. For the, past
year he has beeri collecting but

terflies and moths of Panama.

Each member is asked to bring

may

t-Vear-0W PrMe I
Pies Iron) Ranld J
posefliieiiiirf
LOS! AVfiRT.W. mviui

tv 18-vear-old Rcvurlv. will

bnde who apparently mistakenly
thought i she -was pregnane died
frorn an anesthetic .believed, d d-ministered
ministered d-ministered by an abortionist, po police
lice police reoorted today.
A-yearTOld Hojlywopd sales sales-mani
mani sales-mani Edgajr Schraterj Wa soughti,
by nolice in connection withths
death of Mrs. Brends Emerson,
whose body was found sm-awiM

on the lawn of a, hospital fat nearr
by?.Vrl),Bk ?turday nights
Police aairt .Mnt mA

victed abortionist Mrs. Ruth Da Da-yiason,
yiason, Da-yiason, 42, had been operating a

ii ii.ml!" ucgery-ring to together.
gether. together. Mrs. -Davidson wa. r.

rested Monday snd. .booked.' on.

susoicion of. murder..
She admitted making arrange arrangements
ments arrangements with Schrater for an illegal,
operation for Mrs. Emenon, no nolice
lice nolice said. However, she denied
being present when the anesthetic
was administered.
County Coroner Theodore t.
Curphey said the teen-age bride
of nine months died from a too
rapid injection of sodiuha pento pento-thai,
thai, pento-thai, a local, anesthetic said t bt
dangerous tn the hndii of some. some.-one
one some.-one unfamiliar with Its use.
The coroner laid Mrs. !im

who eloped over the objections

or ner wealthy parents, Mi d
Mrs. William Blonder appar apparently
ently apparently thought she wss pregnant
and went to an abortldnist.
But. Curphey, said .a thorough
examination of her body showed
she wss not going to have a
child.
Police reveled that the young
victim's' -parents and husband.

Steve, '20, played a painful rol

the first two days of the investi"
gation by pretending they Sad re;
fused to talk with officers in it
effort to lure the abortiohists into
thinking Police were makin Ititu

headway.

Vlaour, rtarvouanaw r w ",
ahoula halp your ProaUta aian4 imj
nadlauly with Rogana. Tbia nadtolne
wm ui v-iinnr. itmnrir. and

abia aiatp witheut lntarruption. guest and servioemen and th

alttsatromrouri.miattooay. general public ? are cordially, in-

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AfterSeoorqfiortHf
LONDON fUPn T.n.mnnth.

kid Siamese twin) boys1: separated

bj i rare operation struggled for
life today in individual hospital
cribs. They wer ; joined at the
head at birth.. ..
Officials at St. Bartholomew's
Hospital in suburban St.- Alban's
said the operation was successful
but that the boys were in critical
condition
The twins were Timothy and
Jeremy Thackeray, part of tri triplets
plets triplets born to ; 3T-yesr-pld Mrs.
Kathleen Thackeray last May 2.
The third child, Peter Martin,

was normal,-

rneir t xatner, nenuon nans

manager ; neginaia l nacKeray,
said neither he nor his wife wss-

told beforehand of the ooeration

performed oy tne nospitsrg neu-ro-urgical
Unit. ; ; 4 S
-The operation, the first of Its
kind in a London hospital, was
performed by 52-year-old neuro neurosurgeon
surgeon neurosurgeon J.E.A. O'Connell, whe

han written mtny, articles for
British medical magazines. '. ''

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH I5,'l5t
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Clayton nco
Disreputable costumes drew
considerable huaritye ,at the Tort
Clavtott NCO Wives Club's hus-brnd-ndrwfe,!;Ticky
Tarty" so social
cial social last week, in the ballroom, of
the Clayton NC0 club- A jottuck
unner.7asfollowed by- -dancing

to the-music of Al Martin's or or-rhestrl..
rhestrl.. or-rhestrl.. .-. -

tumes were won by 5fa ana mrs.
Billv W j Thorn aL" tackiest couple;

Mrs; William Black, Mm-William

Hull, Mrs. Johme Bullock, Mrs.
lmer Shannon and Mrs. William

les went to fc. ? : Heimur.
Brunsteiner,r who wore lepinuie
srh. and to Master Sat. Xeorge

Whalep. Master .. SEt WUUam

Hull, SfcThurman L, Wilcox,
Sgt. Samuel J.- Tisdale .and Mas Mas-ter
ter Mas-ter Sfjt Johnie Bullock.
Hostesses for the party were
Mrs.. Black. Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Re-

ginal. J. Truscott and Mrs. timer
Shannon. -"
Hospitality Commit
Plans AP"H Luncheon
The Hospitality Committee of

the Intet-Ameridan Women's

Club is planning luncheon lor

Tuesday. ApiU M.r w ai me

TTnlnn fluh. 1 ;.. -v ,'

- Music entertainmem win oe
provided. by LuchAicarraga.
Members wishing to make re reservations
servations reservations "should ".contact the
club office. .,

lirtti AnnouiKtmor
Mr. and Mr. Oliver R, Kramer
announce the -birth of their son
March 8- at Gorgas Hospital.
The baby-has been, named Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Franklin,

Top iCrlme Expert

Claims

Are

EVANSTON, HI. (UPI) The
-otiAr,'. rrimc statistics are a

gobbledy gook collection of hand hand-picked
picked hand-picked figures slanted to fit any anybody's
body's anybody's soapbox, a top crime ex
pert said today."
He said the main thing to re-
frnhi them ig thfeV should

JJl 111 uw w... .r
k tairan with -a- erain of salt, tie

said .this particularly applies to

SO-C&ieU juvenile viuus 7'"
ures. ,"...:':"' 'I'.

Th avnort Chic a eo C r f m e

Commission Director Virgil W.

Peterson, a 12-year ra veteran,
aid at best crime statistics only

give a, brief peek at the crime
nroblem ; and official efficiency in

coping' with itV'they never give
the complete picture."
He said .the figures "cannot and
will be in a Dosition to pro

vide us .with the actual number
of crimes committed. The statist
tics are djf(icult to compile, diffi difficult
cult difficult to comprehend and difficult
to;interpret..T V

Peterson addressed newsmen

from 22 states,, Japan, France
and Bolivia attending the week week-Ion.
Ion. week-Ion. iFord Foundation backed

first annual Nortewestern Univer

sitv short course in crime news

analysis- and. reoorting, i designed

to establish closer OiakonVetw?en

lawyers biki ujwouicu.
He said the so-called, ndepend
nt obiectivecfiAte? study : pre.

pared fof the FBI"-, is no more
than veompilation nf figures

sent in by local police depart

ments and "is only as- complete
and accurate as local authorities

are willing to make it.

ns

Hew Life jn Drab
5-Room Aparlment

RRNNINGTON. Vt fUPI)

Movie starlet Diane Varsi, who

left Hollywood to find peace in
this small college town, began her

new life in a draD nve-room

apartment today.
The 21-year-old actress said she
had no plans at all.

Ten newsmen and photograph-"

ers formed her only welcoming
committee when she arrived Mon Mon-da
da Mon-da ywijh her two-year:0ld son,
Shawn. She had announced last
week that she was leaving Holly

wood forever because it was de

stroying" her.
The twice-divorced actress and

her son, a blond, handsome child,
stood under a giant oak for 15
minutes while her jiew landlord

rummaged for the" key 'to. her

apartment. Gusty: cold winds
whipped at her. heavy black coat

and a blue scarf, tied peasant peasant-style
style peasant-style around her close-cropped

pikie haircut..

wnue tney waited, sne stood on
an 'outstretched root 6f the ilree,
staring down at. ber ."black baller-

iha; flippers. .Newspvett Mea.f6
"HV "questions out'.' she o"nly -shook

hep" head ,and s.t.f e at me

ground. When onfi of, the newsmen
asktd "Why did you. tome here?"
'she seemed on the ppmt of tears.
' Moments, later, Mrs. Mary Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, .owner of the apartment
house, arrived and escorted her
to the rear door which forms the
private entrance to her first-floor

apartment.
Newsmen carried her luggage.
Shawn flntrhprl a tnv dflg. Smilinc

and scrambling through his new
hnmp of two bedrooms, a living

room, kitchen, and Jbath. But ms
mother slumped listlessly on a
sofa, taking no notice of the old
fashioned furniture and the. dark
rooms.
Miss Varsi answered "no" and
"I don't know" to most ouestions.

No, r she. did. not, plan to act In
. f Sh! 4ouWef .'that fshe7 oul4 get
a job. i..-?.:- ;-- a ,,
Her, first', visitor was a resource
ful young newsboy from the Ben
nington Banner who tried to sell
her a subscription.
"I don't read newspapers," she
said.

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AVfANCA PLYING NEWSMEN ON LATIN AMERICAN TOUR Twentv-thremmbTS of the U.S
presa, television and radio are making a 25-day tour of Latin America.

Th eroun is visiting eight

South American countries', also
Panama and Guatemala. They

arrived to this city from Bogo

ta on AVIANCA'S FLIGHT 7J-

Meetings with business ana

government leaders ana press
officials have been arranged in,
most of the Latin American re republics,
publics, republics, v j
svnm Caracas, first stop on

the 'South American tour; the.

party flew to Rio ue Janeiro,

Montevideo. Uruguay jouchuo

AtM! Santiago. Chile: La Pa2

Bolivia: Lima, Peru; Bogota,

Colombia; Panama and Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala. Before the South American
tour, the group flew to Havana
from Miami to interview Fidel

Castro, Cuban revolutionary

hero and new premier.

Mftklne thetrio are William

P, Baker, president of the Daily

Reporter, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs.

Edward h. Butler, president oi
the Evening News, BufMo, New

rork: Mrs. Helen Cud worth, Ra

dio Station WFTM. Fort Mor-

gaiii Colorado.
Also Tim Elliot, president Ra-
dio Station WCUE. Akron, Ohio;
Gordon Freeman, editor of the
Commercial, Pine Bluff, Arkan Arkansas;
sas; Arkansas; Frederick Hervey, president
Radio Station KSET, EL Paso,
Texas; Frederick W. Ihversetti,
publisher Commonwealth-Press,

Ripon, Wisconsin; E. Z. Jones,

general manager Radio Station
WBBB. Burlineton. North Caro

lina: Glenn Lone, editor of

the Herald and Journal, Spart
anbure. South Carolina;- Mrs

Svea C. Loomis, president or
the Telegram, Columbus, Ne

braska.

Others are Jay Philip Oppen-

heim, Michigan City News dis

patch, North Manchester, In

diana; Frame Fieiner, puDiisn puDiisn-er
er puDiisn-er Daily Ranee,- Raton, New
Mexico; and Mrs. Pfeiffer, man manager;
ager; manager; William Pritchard, pud pud-ilsher
ilsher pud-ilsher Register-Mail, Galesburg,

Illinois, and Mrs. Pritcnara,
general manager; DeWitt Ray,
publisher, Evening Gazette, In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, Pennsylvania; Frederick
W. Senger, editor of the Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, Peru, Indiana;. Miss Matl Matl-lann
lann Matl-lann Thorns, vice president.
Thorns RSdio-TV Enterorisee.

Ashevllles North Carolina; A. VA

Tidmore, president, Radio Sta Station
tion Station WPPA, Pottsville, Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania and Mrs. Georelne Tid Tidmore,
more, Tidmore, RadiQ Station WSBB, New
Smyrana Beach, Florida.
Dr. Marcel R. Duriaux, exe executive
cutive executive secretary of the U.S. so society
ciety society of editors and commenta commentators,
tors, commentators, and Mrs. Duriaux are tpur
leaders.

AT REDEEMER LUTHERAN
Balboa
Special services have been an

nounced at Redeemer Lutheran

Vhurch in Balboa for Holy Week

observance for the Lutheran con constituency
stituency constituency on both sides of the
Isthmus.

Holy Communion will be cele-

brated on Maundy Thursday eve

ning in Balboa at 7:30 with the
Rev. Herman Bartz preaching.
On the Atlantic side a service
with Holy Communion is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for Good Friday evening ( at
the Coco Solo 'chapel at 7:30.

The traditional three hour serv

ice on Good Friday will begin at

noon. The meditations on the SeV'
en Words of the Cross will be giv

en by Pastors Herman Bartz,

Robert F. Gussick, and Semina
rian Frederick S. Illick. The de

votions will be, so arranged that
those unable to attend the full

service may come or go without
disturbing the the other worshipers.

Easter Sunday services will fol follow
low follow the regular schedule. Holy

communion will be celebrated in

Balboa:

On Easter morning the Sunday

School childrn may bring offer offerings
ings offerings of colored eggs, candies, or
other food stuffs which will be
designated for worthy charitable

organizations by the staff.

All services are open to

tors.

New York City Group Would
cedeyBrrie 5ht State

Navy Plans To

50-Lb. Satellites Into Space

Piggyback Two

DAYTONA '.'BEACH, Fla. (UPI)
- The : Navy plans to "piggyback
two 50;pound "earth satellites into
soace this year in a prefect de designed
signed designed to revolutionize conimuni conimuni-Mtions
Mtions conimuni-Mtions and navigation, a top Navy
official said yesterday.
B'fr" Admr. John T. Hayward,
as'istant chief of naval operation.
sH the wo experimental satel satellites
lites satellites would be the forerunners
of six 'rtavigatfon and six commu communications
nications communications satellites of more ad advanced,
vanced, advanced, design. , .' .v. ..
Hayward disclosed plans for the
nw satellite project
.at the American Rocket Society ?
national flight testing tttofetrace.
"We? are trying to Pig$b
them into Soace with something.
yt-...... .j Wo i d that we II

use somebody else's rocket,, hut

did rot. 'say wneroer. ne. n.c-"
the Navy ,Ut e,U 1 1 e would be
launched ,with another, project. s
arciat v'moon.
Tha Muv ha VPOtl out of the

np 'on's space program since la$t
nll when thet Vaneuard satellite

prolect ; was transferred to the
' newly-created : National Aeronau-
Tics land Space d Administration
' (NASA.).- Under v She ,N?.vv .. the
Vanguard Put np one satellite in

s?ven tries.

Scientist Sugbests
Satellite-To Cotch

Meteors I h'SpateP
LONDON (UPI) A scientist
uggested .oday the launching of
a meteor-catching satellite to test
a theory that life arrived on earth
from another star or planet by
meant of me eors.
Hi-. r h Rriees of the Thomi

as MoreJ Institute in x 'Mtmtreal
wrote in :"sDaceflight(" organ ;ef

the-British Interplanetary Society,
tha t it seemed probable some
forms of life, bacteria spores for

example; couia survive w jui
. iv throuah enure. .'

' If; such : Spores were .found on
meteors trapped by the recover recoverable
able recoverable aatellite it would be "strong
auDDort" for- th theory that life

began on earth through the arriv arrival
al arrival vof r- a 'meteorite although he
added, it would not absolutely
prate it.
Briees said it -was Dossible man

may turn, out to be the offspring

of another planet.
. "Every 1 time we look into i
mirror wt 'may be seeing a Mar
tian," he theorized.'

Hayward said the six navigation

satellites would enable ships at
sea to get a more accurate fix on
their position than they ran with

instruments now avaiianie.

These moonlets would-. '" of

ereat value to nuclear 'ibmsi-

rines eauipped wi'h Polaris mis-

suesi The submarines must have
a highly accurate fix on their po position
sition position in the ocean to hit tbeir

targets, and Hayward: said the

satellites would provide fixes ac accurate
curate accurate within One-fourth of a mile.

Hayward said the first Polaris

Polaris rlaunchins: from a snip is
scheduled for June.

The Navy believes the commu

nications satellite system would
provide- reliable communications

anvwhere in the world. Haywarn
said. He said officials felt it
would take at least six and tOs-

sibly more to cover the earth.

Hayward said the experimental

satellites wOnW be fired into or orbits
bits orbits 400 "to t!00 miles, bove the
earth. He gave no i rf'cation of
what the useful life of the arti-.

ficial moons would be ,.

The United -States entered the
fieldof communications by satel satellite
lite satellite when it fired the "talking"
Atlas XCBM Into .orbit around
the earth last Dec. 18. the AtlaR,
wh'rh stayed uo 34 days, hroad hroad-cf
cf hroad-cf t P r e s i d e n t Eisenhower's
The United States entered the

'p1H nf communications bv satel-

iliU-i when fired the 'talking"
iSAtiak. IGBM into orbit, around

Aearth last Dec. 181. The Atlas,
which stayedxup 34, days,: broad broad-pt
pt broad-pt 'P r 1 1 H n t Eisenhower's

Christmas "peace on earth'

greeting and other messages.

But Hayward saig; neitner tne
communications or the naviga

tion' satellites would 'be euioped
to transmit human voices. Instead,

he iaaid, they yoMld transmit sig-

A weakness of the code svstem

would b that eventually another;
natioh-would break it, he said. I

NEW YOUK, March 25. (UPI)
If a growing group of New York
city residents has its way there
will be a 51st star on the U.S.
flag before long for the State
of South New York.
Present ; indications are that it
will take New York City consi considerably
derably considerably longer to get its own
star than, it took Hawaii and
Alaska.

Nevertheless, some tax-weary
residents 'of the nation's great;
est city, are whooping rebel yells
anH Kallarino epepssinn The crv

is not a new one by a long shot

but not since Mayor Fernando

Wood indignantly proposed s

cession in .1861 .has it been so

loud. :. v
I State Sen. ?Joseph- Zaretski,' i
aity,;: boy and Democratic4najor
rity,.'leader'; in Uie" States 'Smate,;
takes it seriously enough to have
offered an amendment to the
State Constitution setting up the
City as a separate State.
Unfortunately for, the cause,
his proposal fared badly in the
Senate yesterday. It was brought
to a "vote and just' about every everyone
one everyone voted loudly antf, .whimsical .whimsically
ly .whimsically for it, but' speaker 1 Mafcolm
Wilson ruled that it had been
voed down.
Mayor 'Robert F. Wagner said
recently that secession would
have a, "great deal of benefit for
the City and should be given
thought" despite the obvious dif

ficulties such a move would have.
City Council majority leader
Joseph T. Sharkey yesterday sug

gested "with the utmost sinceri sincerity
ty sincerity and seriousness" that the
Council undertake a study of the

steps necessary for secession.
The New York Journal Ame

rican suggested eaiioriauy on

March 6 that the city secede.

Frozen Order
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)- Fif

teen-year-old Donald Cox, newly

employed at a drive-in, was told
by boss Santo Celatino to always
lock the door 'of the walk-in re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator if he wanted to hold
his iob.

When he 'found-the door open
Sunday, he slammed it and
locked the padlock. Only trouble
was Celatino was inside with the

padlock' keys in his pocket.

It took firemen 20 minutes to

get him out.

K.'

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: 20-Y EAR-PIN In recognition -of his 8 years of service with zt f,i i

Panagra' (Pan American-Grace Airways) Douglas Campbell

onH tho rnnffrotiilatinnc nf AnHraw H Qhoa thfi airlinp's nrpcia I

dent, at a special luncheon held in his honor at the Cloud Club,' ?
y-i i li a : irJ a. -n u r t i ttr n

Campbell, America's first ace in World War I. joined W. B.

Grace and Co. in 1919, A leading figure in international avial

tion in 1952. hp was unanimously pleoteH chairman fnr that vear 1

t TJ- rf XT , n- T r u u T 1 iH I

iciuauyiidi Air nansyuii Assuciauun.

V1S1-

ST. ANDREW'S
Cocell
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church,

Cocoli, will celebrate Maundy
Thursday with a Eucharist serv

ice at 8 p.m. Maundy Thursday

is the day in the Church calendar

on which Christ was betrayed by

Judas Iscanot after Christ and the
12 disciples had eaten what is
known as the Last Supper.
This Eucharist srvice is the last
Holy Communion service until
Easter.
Following the service there
will be the ceremony of strip stripping
ping stripping of the altar during which the
church's altar is made bare in
preparation for the service to be
held on Good ridy n: remem remembrance
brance remembrance of the day Jn which Christ
was- crucified,

Supreme Court Asks More More-Arguments
Arguments More-Arguments About Red Spy

' wt I

AEC Chairman Denies Facts
About Fallout Were Hidden

WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
chairman of 'the Atomic Energy
Commission deniedSyesterday that
the agency JhaS hidden fallout .facts
fbm Kite-' public But1' heJtbh
ceded "an error 'was made" in
the handling of some recent radia radiation
tion radiation data. i (-,
The official, John L. McCone,
also told the Congressional Atomic
Energy C o m m i 1 1 e e the AEC
would cooperate if Congress and
the administration decided to give
some other government agency
responsibility for radiation safety.
The charges the AEC was keep keeping
ing keeping radiation facts from the pub public
lic public were made by Chairman Clin Clinton
ton Clinton P. Anderson (D-N.M.) and
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.),"
Minn.)," (D-Minn.)," both 'members of the con congressional
gressional congressional committee.
They were based on a series of
letters dealing with the fallout
rate between Anderson, AEC ra radiation
diation radiation experts and the Defense

Khrushchev Says US, Britain

Create Impasse On A-Test Ban

MOSCOW (UPI) Nikita S.

Khrushchev. In a letter made

public yesterday, accused the U-

nited States and Britain of deli deliberately
berately deliberately creating an "impasse"

and preventing agreement wun
Russia on a nuclear weapon test
ban.

The three-power nuclear test

ban conference opened in Geneva

Oct. 31 and has made only slight
progress. It recessed March 19 un until
til until April 13.

In a letter to 22 American sci

entists, politicians and industrial industrialists,
ists, industrialists, Khrushchev said the. confer conference
ence conference had, reached the point of
breakdown despite Russia's ef efforts
forts efforts to reach an, agreement.

His letter was in reply to a let letter
ter letter from the 22 Americans and

copies of the reply were, sent to

President Eisenhower and Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan. the

Tass news agency said.

Khrushchev urged a test ban
pact as a step toward : disarma disarmament.
ment. disarmament. '' '" ' '''
"It would be good to hope," he

said,, "that the Western powers
Win at lst take up a constructive

position which will enaoie agree

ment to be reached on the uni universal
versal universal discontinuance' of nuclear

weapons tests for all time.'

He said Russia would make

"every effort" to reach a settle settlement
ment settlement of the "urgent problem.'
A nuclear test ban pact "would
have great significance for the

settlement of the problem of dis

armament and the ending of the

tnreai oi anotner war," he said.
But he charged that the Ameri American
can American and British delegations at the
recessed Geneva .talks "are doing
everything to prevent' agreement

un una question.
"In fact, after four months of
work the Geneya confernce has,
in consequence of the position of
the Western powers, entered into
an' impasse and is under the

Jthreat of a breakdown,!' he said.

Thus far, U.S. negotiators
James J. Wadsworth, British
Minister of State David Ormsby Ormsby-Gore
Gore Ormsby-Gore and Soviet Delegate Sem Sem-yon
yon Sem-yon K. Tsarapkin:have agreed on
seven articles ofy proposed nu nuclear
clear nuclear test ban. i
Main stumbling block remains
agreement on control and inspec inspection
tion inspection of a nuclear ban.

Department. Anderson said the

exchanges hart-, been marked

Confidential. Defense officials con

tended it was up to,. Andersqn
whether to make them public.
; McCone told a subcommittee
that the "error" was in the han handling
dling handling of the Correspondnce. He
said "no Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission information relating to the
radioactive content of the atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere and the amount of fallout
has been withheld from the pub public
lic public or from the United Nations."
"So long as I am chairman of
the Atomic Energy Commission,
I shall not be a party to the sup suppression
pression suppression or distortion of any in information
formation information bearing, on the safety
and health of the American pub public,"
lic," public," he said.
He said if any shortcomings ex existed,
isted, existed, they would be corrected.
Anderson commended McCone
for a "fine statement." He agreed
it would have been better if offi offi-cials
cials offi-cials simply had asked him to
withhold the correspondence un until
til until a "moe authentic" aporaisal
of fallout was worked out by dif differing
fering differing AEC and Defense officials.
The letters, released by Ander Anderson
son Anderson las t week end, showed that

Herbert B. Loper of the Defense

Department figured fallout from

the stratosphere at roughly twice

the rate estimated by AEC mem member
ber member Willard F. Libby.

McCone also suggested that the

AEC's current 18 million dollar

yearly program on radiation
standards and safety be reviewed;
by the congressional group, exec

utive agencies and the AEC Gen General
eral General Advisory Committee.
Part of the AEC's current pro program
gram program includes stepped up re research
search research on large animals to de determine
termine determine radiation hazards Jfrom
fallout. ':

Alaska Gir!s
n 5enafe Action

JUNEAU. Alaska (UPI)-A'ss-

k''s B-?irls, the "drink uo" kids

of th" 49th state, ann'ren'lv have

re"cheH the pnd of tV trail.
B-g'rls and thpir fnrrninrt
the dance Ml ?irls. have bn
a r-srt o' Al'lct- e"r ,Vs

firct cqi.rHoygh hit it rich in the
gold fi-toV ,v,

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court called yesterday for
more arguments on the 'legality of
the arrest of .convicted- Russian
spy Rudolf Ivanovich Abel who
drew a 30-pear jail term.

The high court ordered more ar arguments
guments arguments on the case whenits next
term starts next fall.
The brief said lawyers would be
asked to discuss, legal points con concerning
cerning concerning Abel's arrest and a search
of his room. He is appealing his
espionage conviction.

The court also:
-i-Left up in the air" the. quest question
ion question of whether the Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission has a right to
make public an inven or's secret
without his consent. It nullified
two lower court decisions against
inventor Jerome S. Spevack. New
Rochelle, N.Y., and his "heavy

In Alaska's goH ruh das

danfo hall Poctred to.
tprri'or" bv hn-t tr carvp ihelr
own r-"Ci in 41o'V-' noiHv hl',9 hl',9-orv.
orv. hl',9-orv. Wners found in H'n

hMls an os' o' caiet"
pr-pcc r'tpn Hoar'ed poor

er' h h onnir

anH Wor K""""y'"mi
innef roenected citizens in
northlnnd.

of tH d9n,',..h''ll "ir!'

th-

Louis PrimalSued
On TV. Con tract f-
SANTA MONICA? Calif. (UPI)

Bandleader Louis Prlmi and

bis 'singer-wirey Keeiy Smith, we're
sued yesterday-; for $3,569,325 ,'hy
Dfoducer Irving Hi Levin for al al-leved
leved al-leved breach, of -contract.

Levin charged in ; the Superior

Court" suit that We couple -failed
to fulfill terma of f contract .con

cerning prndnction of television

film, for a proposed TV tenet.

Faubus Claims Federal Govt.
Out To 'Get' Him With Alford

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPfT (UPfT-Gov.
Gov. (UPfT-Gov. Orval Faubut said yes yesterday
terday yesterday the federal government was
trying to "get" him through
grand jury investigation of segre segregationist
gationist segregationist Dale AUord's election to
Congress. : ,.';Jiiiv,,:';f
Faubus charged that FBI' testi testimony
mony testimony before the grand jury,
which Includes two Negroes, was
biased. He said that if the fed federal
eral federal agents had presented a fair
picture of their investigation, sup supporters
porters supporters of former Rep. Br ook t

Slays, Alford't Opponent, would
e in "deeper trouble" than Al Alford
ford Alford supporters.
"I have inside, confidential in

formation that they are using this
to get me by. tying my name in
with the election," Faubus said.

FBI agents were understood t0

have evidence that there were ir

regularities involved in Alford' s

1,200-vote victory over Hays, a
moderate. Both are Democrats,

but Alford won a last minute

write-in campaign.

Quote Unquote

CONSTANTINE, -A 1 g e r i a-
French Premier Michel D.ebre
emphasizing that France would
continue to remain in Algeria:
"Why hide things? France
needs Algeria."

PIKE I L L E, Ky. Roland
Price, coal company executive,

denying a mine workers union

charge that strikebreakers '.and

hired gunmen have been brought

into Letcher County:
"Letcher County operators will
have no part of hiring strike strikebreakers.
breakers. strikebreakers. None of our men are
carrying concealed weapons."

WASHINGTON State Depart Department
ment Department Press Officer Joseph' W.
Reap Jr. reporting that officitl
reports confirmed a revolt in

Tibet:

"By their own admission, .Com .Communist
munist .Communist cpntrol has encountered ef effective
fective effective opposition."
CHICAGO-Mrs. Marie Smith,
22, on her fight to keep 11 young

er brothers and sisters, age, one

to 12 years, in her custody:
"I love them and. thev love me.

I'll fight to the highest court in

the land to get them back."
OPEN NEGOTIATIONS

MOSCOW (UPI) British and

Soviet officials opened negotia
tlons In Moscow today for. I

cultural exchange agreement be-

iween we lwl utiuuB. ,a

Tn I'ter vears n.nifi 'onV nvir
IKg frric& o' rttrin c"e.tnnier!!
tn 'Mrinlr ij"" in "a'r1""- Al0'' Al0''-Tijh
Tijh Al0''-Tijh cnots. Mny doubled as en-
tpr"1ners.
'." m'v turn o entertain hp
bo"- honev. don't von h'"'
'"other rodn'l?" was a standard
W.
'w,J'v. thi bit Ata'kana
Hipd 'nrever 'hen th Ron"'
nasspd sn anti '"."'rl mpqcur( hv
a. voto o l-l. rni" h'U nv-
A'in Oov. Wnh Wde
tnf Vic .cinnatiire.
The lone dissenter In the Sen

ate was Senate President Will'am

Beltz. He joined with Rep. Robert

Sheldon In declaring the lone
"nay" in each house.
In, debate in the House a week
ago,! fsheldop made the declara declaration
tion declaration that a bit of Alaskana would
die with the passing of the

B-girls: He added t'at many peo people
ple people respected in the state today
plied customers to drink in th
famous saloons of -Alaska's roar roaring
ing roaring past.
Ta$s Describes
Ike-Macmillan

Talks As Failure

oviet news agency Tass yester yesterday
day yesterday described British Prime Min

ister Harold Macmillan s talks
with President Eisenhower as lar largely
gely largely a failure.

The agency, in a Washington

datelined commentary distributed
in Russian to the Soviet press,
did not use the word failure. But
It said Macmillan received a

"cold reception" on the idea of

"balancing" East-West military

forces in Central Europe. And it

said there were no definite deci

sions in almost all the remaining

questions.

Tass correspondent V. Paramo Paramo-nov
nov Paramo-nov reported that "as emerged
from the statements of represent representatives
atives representatives of both sides, most of the
questions were discussed only in
a very general form ..."

House Clerk Slaps
Lid On Records

01 Office Expense
WASHINGTON (UPI) A House

riprir annarehtlV. . backed by

Y T -ri

Speake Sam.-.' Kaynurn, rvars
Slapped a top-secret Jabel on rec records
ords records showing what House? mem members
bers members do with their $l,800-a-year
allowance to rent and operate of offices
fices offices back home.
Disbursing Clerk Harry Living Livingston
ston Livingston said he made the records off
limits to reporters and the pub public
lic public .because "we don't have the
time' or personnel" to handle
all the requests to see them.
He' acted in the wake of wide widespread
spread widespread publicity about the hiring
of relatives by congressmen and
the way in which some members
are using their office expense al allowance.
lowance. allowance. Livingston said he acted on his
own, without consulting Rayburn
(D-Tex.).
But Rayburn refused comment
on the matter, indicating he had
no intention of reversing the or order.
der. order. The Texan has maintained a
hands-off policy during the pay payroll
roll payroll and expense furor.
Livingston emphasized that he
did not plan to stop public inspec inspection
tion inspection of members' monthly payroll
rcords.

He said they would continue to
be available even though; he felt
the resolution opening thefe to the
public was binding only on th
72nd Congress which enacted it.

water" process effective when
Spevack gets a patent on the pro-',
cess sometimes (his springs -J
Ruled 5-4 that the Securitiet
& Exchange Commission rather
than state agencies should regu regulate
late regulate sales of so-called "variable
annuities. The new type annuities,
which earmark part of a purchas purchaser's
er's purchaser's money for stocks, were start started
ed started to provide some protection
against inflation's effect on the
dollar. i
Ruled unanimously that state

officials must collect f ed er
claims against s'ate employe

wages for unoaid federal taxef.

In the case, involving 'West ViS-

ginia State Auditor Edgar B. Sinw

the court also said that a stajjp

omciai is personally name tor
payment himself if he fails to do
so.

Abel, a meek-mannered Russian
who posed for nine years as

down-at-the-heel artist and photo-

giapnei, was arresieo Dy immi immigration
gration immigration officers June 21, 1957, In
his Manhattan hotel room.
Although arrested Jor depor deportation,
tation, deportation, he was later indicted 'tr
spying after a me-time colW?!'",
Reino Hayhanen. turned himself
in at the U.S. Embassy in Paris
and aereed to stify.
At the time of Abel's arresjjm arresjjm-migration
migration arresjjm-migration and PBiagnt'7iearcn PBiagnt'7iearcn-ed
ed PBiagnt'7iearcn-ed his hotel room and picked up
some articles later used Jgainst
him at the espionage trial.

Abel's lawyer contended 'ffta-B,1!,

deportation npver wis seriously

contemniateri h"t w" t

device to avoid publicity while

Ahel was urged to become a counter-spy.

Hill
APRIL
L have a, date
1 with
' GUARDIA & CIA. i

MANf BEST PRIIND
- BRIGHTdN, England (UPI)' -Reginald
W. Durrante, S3, con confessed
fessed confessed to Msglstrate Kenneth Lin-,
cpln today that he dropped into
a pub while walking his girl's
dog, drank too much, and sold
the dog for $9180.
' Durrante asked for the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to get the dog back. Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln said Durrante could start the
search In three mopths after he
gets out pi jail.

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Blanks Cards 3-0 On 3 Hits

By FRED DOWN
4.NEW YORK, March 25 (UPI) Warren Spahn
served notice today that he's ready to get the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves off winning in their April 10 Nation National
al National League opener.

The 37-year-old southpaw who
has had nine 20-victory seasons
highlighted another day of bril brilliant
liant brilliant all-around grapefruit league
pitching yesterday when he went
the distance in a 3-0 victory over
the St. Louis Cardinals. Spahn
thereby took the play away lrom
Los Angeles' Don Drysdale and
Pittsburgh's Vern Law, each of
Whom also hurled nine innings,
as wll as San Francisco's Jack
Sanford who turned in a power powerful
ful powerful seven-inning performance.
Joe Schaffernoth, a 21-year-old
rookie, rounded out the string of
fine mound jobs when he pitched
seven shutout innings in the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs' 4-2 decision over the
Cleveland Indians.
Spahn scattered three hits,
walked two and struck out
three in a masterful showing
against his favorite cousins.
The Cardinals, who have lost
SI decisions to Spahn during
his National League career, got
only. one man to second base
on fouth-inning double by
Chuck Essegian.
Drysdale, the comeback kid of
the Dodger camp, pitched a six six-hitter,
hitter, six-hitter, and beat the Philadelphia
Phillips, 1-0, when Jim Gentiie
tripled across a run in the fourth
inning. Drysdale, who has given
tip two ruas, walked five and
Struck out 17 batters in 24 innings
this spring, used 109 pitches and
faced only 31 batters yesterday.
Law, who had a 14-12 record
last season, pitched a four-hitter
as the Pittsburgh Pirates scored
a 3-1 win over the Detroit Tigers.
Gail Harris' second-inning, homer
produced the only run for De De-troit.Hank
troit.Hank De-troit.Hank Foiles had a homer
and Jtwo singles and Rocky Nel Nelson
son Nelson also homered for the Pirates.
Sanford, who the Giants hope
will japproxim ate his 19-win total
f 1J957, pitched seven innings
and (was touched for five hits to

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lead San Francisco to a 10-4 deci

sion over the Boston Red Sox. An
dre Rodgers hit a double and a
400 foot homer to knock, in four
runs and pace the Giant attack.
Rodgers had collected 14 nus in
his last 21 tries.
Schaffernoth, a righ-hander on
the San Antonio roster, faced
only 23 batters in his seven-inning
outing for the Cubs. The
Cubs snapped a 2-1 tie in the
eighth inning when Ernie Banks
delivered a two-run double as
a pinch hitter. Cub pitcher Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Phillips wat struck on thi
head by a line drive in pre
game practice but X-rayi proV.
ed negative.
The New York Yankees beat
the Chicago White Sox, 6-4, the
Baltimore Orioles walloped the
Kansas City Athletics, 11-3, and
the Washington Senators, edged
out the Cincinnati Reds, 7-6, in
ntw pvhihition activitiv.
The Yankees, held hitless by
rnnHo Rnrtnlfn Arias far four Ltt-
nings, rallied with seven single
and five runs m the nun inning
at Miami Stadium in a night
game. Bill Skowron had two nits
to keep his spring average at .524
and rookie John Gabler yielded
one run in five innings for tie
Yankees.
Gus Trlandos drove. in three
runs with a homer and double
and Willie Tasby knocked in
three with a homer and sinyle
for the Orioles. Jack Harshman
pitched the first seven innings
for the Orioles and was tagged
for a homer and a double.' Dob
Cerv had a single, double and
triple for Kansas City.
T?nnkio juilii eider. LerLJTuktr's
two-run homer helped the Sena Senators
tors Senators build an early 7-0 lead, and
a six-run Cincinnati uprising a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Dick Hyde in the eignth
fell short. It was the seventh
straight loss for the Reds.
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE,
In respect of the solemnity of
Good Friday, there will be
game this Friday in -the Pacuic
Little League. The game waicn
ordinarily would have been play played
ed played on Friday, will be played on
Saturday morning, March 'ii,
when Seymour Agency will tackle
the Lincoln Lifers.

W L
Elks 1414 ,51
ilbraltar Life 5 2
Seymour Agency ,34
Police 3 4
Lincoln Life 3: 5
Spur Cola 3 5

Spur Cola 4
.eymour Agency 3
Spur Cola soft drinkers dealt
the Seymour Agency aggregation
a hard blow, when .they practical practically
ly practically eliminated the Seymours lrom
the second half race tor the cham championship.
pionship. championship. It now looks like the
battle for first place is betweuu
two clubs, Elks and Gibraltar,
who meet this afternoon at the
Little League Stadium.
The Spur Colas went to work
on the offerings of Bob Farrell in
the second inning when they tab tabbed
bed tabbed two runs, and came back in
t;; next inning to put across the
runs that proved to be the win winning'
ning' winning' ones. In the meantime, Paul
Zelnick was mixing up his offer
ings, and with good support from
his fielders, the Seymours were
handcuffed in all the innings ex
cept the fourth when Zelnick's
control deserted him and h
gave up three of the four walks
he allowed in the game.
These walks plus two hits, put
the Seymours back in the game,
one run in arears. Dick Williams
pulled off the stellar play of the
day, when he Unloosed an accu accurate
rate accurate peg from center field to first
base, nabbing Bob Farrell for the
final out of the game. Dick also
had on extra base hit in the tus tussle,
sle, tussle, a double in second frame,
and his teammate Hoenke, had
a triple in the same inning.
The box score:

Spur Cola AB R H
Hele, 3b 3 11
Bowen, 2b 3 10
McCullough, ss 2 0 0
Hoenke, lb 3-11
Mikulich, ,213
Fidanque, rf 2 0 0
Robinson, rf 0 0 0
Williams, cf 2 0 1
Pescod, If 0 0 0
Horsely, If 0 0 0
Mable, If 0 0 0
Zelnick, p 10 0

Seymour Agency
Kennealy, 2b
3 0 1
3 0 0
Rogers, 3b
Robinson, e
0 1
0 1
Black, cf
Blaney, lb
Spencer, If
1 1
1 0
watson, ss
Rogers H rf
Cannavagio, rf
iarreii, p
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BALBOA MEN'S WINTER
BOWLING LEAGUE
Week of March
Tomorrow will wind up the Win Winter
ter Winter League which has been the
most successful and colorful in
the league's history. It has been
a real battle all the way. Last
week Zenith took over 1st place
which Hillman had"" held most of
the season, only 2V4 points are
the difference and anything can
haopen the last night. Only 6
points separate the next 7 teams
and what a fight that is going to
be. i
Team selection will be made
as usual by chairman M. Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez and rules committee and.'will
be announced at the league war warty
ty warty which will be at the Police Policemen's
men's Policemen's Lodge on the-Chiva-Chiva
trail, Thursday night April 2.
Team Standings
W L
Zenith T.V.
Hillman Cars
Lincoln Lif Ins.
Good Year Tires,
Balboa Beer
Tivoli Travels
Blue Star
Astra Products
Kent Cigarettes
Martini Vermouth
Pepsi Cola
Cafe Duran
59 25
56V4 27V4
51 33
42 42,
41 43
40V4 43Vi
40 44
45
-4B
48
53
53
High Team Series
Hillman Cars
Zenith T.V.
Good Year Tires
High Team Game
Astra Products
Kent Cigarettes,
Blue Star
High Ind. Series
M. Lane
E. Pope
H. DeLuca
High Ind. Game
R. Toland
L. Hack
)C. Ehreniberg
Honor MO Club
M. Lane
E. Pope
H. DeLuca
R. Toland
P. Damian
M. Diai
C. Klieschmann
E. Bates
260!)
2604
2565
958
929
925
681
656
627
267
250
247
681
656
627
617
613
610
602
600
lenlth T.V. 4
Tivoli Travels 0
Zenith staged their big night of
the season with their high game
(941) and high series 2604. By
virtue of this dinger-rue, they
moved Into 1st place and seasons
2nd high series. Tivoli rolled a
good 2356 series but were no
match for the hot T.V. boys. Ti
voli was handicap with a blind
II. DeLuca was high with a big
585, A. Hele had 559. M. Fernan
dez was high for Tivoli with 561,
R. Novey 516 and B. Has'sler 608.
Good Year Tires 1
Hillman Cars 1
M. Lane for the tire boys set
some kind of a record for bowl bowling
ing bowling this year with a 681 series.
243-236-203. Curly helped the
cause along with 178-162-232 for
(572). The rest of the boys could
not get going and a blind hurt,
so they had to settle for a 2432
series. Hillman was off stride
but took one game although the
looss took them out of 1st place.
G. Metzger was high for Hillman

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with 556 and J. Bowen had 516.

APPLIED VOCABULARY

Lincoln Life 4
Kent Cigarettes 0
Thn Ins. bovs cot hot and had
3 men -in the 500 class, rolling a
2402 series with a blind score.
John Barbour, the dark horse
was again high with 522; R.
Thompson 512 and Klieschmann
510. The Kent boys had a rough
night of it with no 500 s.'.
Blue Star 3
Balboa Beer 1
The milk and cream bovs con
tinued with their winning wsys
with another 2413 series. F An
derson was high with 518 but the
rest were all in the high 400's.
Kay Dube, the come along kid
was high for Balboa with 499. one
short of 500, how about that.
Pepsi Cola 3 Astra 1
The Cola boys again put a little
Pepsi in their bowling and took
another 3 for 1 Rolling in hard
luck all year this team has final finally
ly finally come out of the celler and if
more nights were left would
make it rough on some of the top
teams. Salyers had one of His
best nights, was high with 519,
Tony had 517 and Morrow 507. As
far as series this match was
close 2471-2430.
Ray Schneider was hieh for
Astra with a good 555 and C. Eh Eh-remberg
remberg Eh-remberg had 516.
Martini Vermouth 2
Cafe Duran 2
This was a low scoring match
but a close one. Cafe Duran took
the first two games and Martini
came back strong and took the
las tone and pin fall 2282-2237.
L. Wickham rolling one of his
best nights had 215-166138 for
high for the coffee boys, Bob To Toland
land Toland had 503.
J. Palm was high for Martini
with 508 and Stone missed the 500
by only one pin.
Sapi Jones Traded
To San Francisco
ST. PETERSBURG, F I a.,
March 25 (UPI) -The St. Louis
Cardinals today t raded Sam
Jones, the Major League's
strikeout king In 1958, and
young pitcher to the San Fran Fran-eiseo
eiseo Fran-eiseo Giants for outfielder-first
baseman Bill White and third
baseman Ray Jiblonskl,
Sports Briefs
RIDES FOUR WINNERS
BOWIE, Md. (UPI) Jocketf
Howard Grant rode four winners
in consecutive races at Bowie
Monday to boost his total to 39
wins in the last 14 racing days.
His "longest" priced winner Mon Monday
day Monday was Lil Mac at $5.80 in the
featured Barclay purse.
APPROVES RACING DATES
PARKERSBURG, W. Va. (UPI)
The West Virginia Racing Com Commission
mission Commission has approved dates for
night racing at Wheeling Downs
from April 25 to' June 13 and Aug.
10 to Oct. 10. The approval was
expected to smooth a dispute b: b:-tween
tween b:-tween Wheeling and Waterford
Park,

ST. LOUIS (UPIK-Red Schoea Schoea-dienst,
dienst, Schoea-dienst, sparkplug of the Milwaa
kee Braves, left a' tuberculosis
hospital yesterday, hopeful of re
gaining his second base position
with the Braves in I960."
Although happy about his dis discharge
charge discharge after a four-month stay in
the hospital Schoendienst refused
to predict or even hazard a guess
as to the date he would return
to the Braves.

He was resigned to a season at
home or possibly on the bench
later in the year, but next year
was a different matter.
"I'll be out there next year for
spring training," Schoendienst
said. "But I won't be doing much
this year."
"I'll think about "the fellows In
spring trainings hut I won't even
imnK aDout going down there."
bcnoendienst learned he hud
contacted tuberculosis last fall aft.
er the World Series against the
New York Yankees H hoo,n
treatment immediately for a f
bercular right lung last Nov. 8,
o.m uiiuei wem surgery to remove
the infected Dortinn TVh io f
St. Rose "Hospital, where he had
ueen connnea.
' "l, lid everything they told
me, the redhead sairi VnH m
tests show negative now."
Schoendienst said he would obey
his doctor's orders thoroughly,
taking strict rest preiods for sev-
eiai weens to build himself up for
a more rigorous schedule..
.loiiis Hawks
Toward NBA Crown
NEW YORK, March 25 (UPI)
Bob Pettit and Cliff
are taking turns in soenrhearfins
me su. i,ouis riawKs toward a
successful defense of their Nation Nation-al
al Nation-al Basketball Assnrinrlnn rhm.
pionshiD.
Pettit gained scoring honors for
the first time last night as he
dropped in 39 points to lead -St
Louis to a 127-97 win over Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis and a 2-1 edge in their
-caw-in invasion oravotr finals
Hagan connected for 29.
Boston seeks to take a control controlling
ling controlling 3-1 margin tonight when the
Celtics meet Syracuse on the Na Nationals'
tionals' Nationals' home court. The Celts
hve scored a pair of 22-point
victories in the Eastern Division
finals, while Syracuse has manag managed
ed managed to eke out a two-point deci decision.
sion. decision. St. Louis raced to a 9-0 lead li liver
ver liver the Lakers and lifted the mar margin
gin margin to 34-21 at the end of the first
quarter. The Hawks built the
lead to 83-39 aUhalftlme, erasing
any chance Minneapolis had if
catching up. Pettit 'sank 17 of 21
shots from the floor as St. Louis
oiled up a .480 percentage. Elgiri
Baylor and Ed Flemine had is
each for the Lakers.
The fourth game of the series
snrns to the Lakers' court tomor
row with the teams returning to
St. Louis Saturday for the fifth
encounter.
RETURNS TO RING v
NEW YORK (UPI)Tony Di Di-Biase,
Biase, Di-Biase, 148, a New York City geol geology
ogy geology student, returned to the ring
after a six-months absence Mon Monday
day Monday night and scored a spilt 10 10-round
round 10-round decision over Johnny JGori
m a it 1 AftUt T3 ArlrM 4m 4h MAn.
iinaat ivti asi WAijr Uf 1U
televised featurs bout at St. Nich

olas Arena.

Dick Dehliriger, Uacfc iallyB
Tie In Elks Golf Toumamerif

At Summit Hills Golf Club last
Sunday; the Annual Golf Day of the
B.P.O, Elks was held, Dick DehK
inger and Jack, Lally tied for Low
Gross with 77. Willie-McKeown,
"the cracked tenor jrf the banks of
the Folks River?' won low net.
That is correct Willie was low. He
received a beautiful Ice bucket,
compliments of Chico de .Otot
Dehlinger and-Lally will play
nine hole match to determine, who
sets the trophy as champion and
who is runner-up. No dste can be
definitely set as Dehlinger Is leay-.
mg the Isthmus for a short busi business
ness business trip. Because of other tournar
ments belne staged at the same
time at different courses, a num number
ber number of golfers were Unable to par participate
ticipate participate y. :-V"t'?'..:" v
In the junior or dependent sec-,
tion, the ages Tan from eight-year-old
Mickey Kanlan to 18-year-old
Chuclc Crawford, and' their handi
caD? from Leo Dehlinger's five to
Mickev Kaplan's fifty-two. (It was
nwarded to him under the Horner
system, and he played the course
from the back tees), Buv Rh Rh-"aber
"aber Rh-"aber was low with a net 71. fol followed
lowed followed hy Leo DeWnger net 75 and
Brd Mallory net 77.
It was a very successful event
with the usual number of foul uns.
When the beer was place on the
oourse, it w is seLup wrong, and
the "first thirsty contestants were
mable to damoen their msircVd
throats, niat was remedied in
(hnrt order.
Then it was discovered that the
hrewery made ar boo-boo. Soft
3rinks had been ordered to be nle nle-ed
ed nle-ed onthe pwr'--'With;,the.. contain
ers to cool it. The soda arrived,
but no boxes. However in a "one
shot" affair, these things are ex expected
pected expected to hapnen. There Was s
large and representative turnout
from Cristobal, and several visit visit-inr
inr visit-inr Elks also played. A bottle of
Agewood whiskev was prsentAd to
very adul contestant. Mrs. Faye
Day and Mrs. Velda Sharoe han handled
dled handled the scoring and the calculat calculating
ing calculating of handicans and dH a vpry
efficient iob After nearly all the
contestants finished, a delicious-
buffet' was served. Mapv expres expressions
sions expressions of aooreciation were heard
nf thp excellence of the course, the
handiin" of the tournament by
Berr-ie Woods, chairman nf the Ac Activities
tivities Activities Committee and the mem members
bers members of the Summit Fills Club mak mak-jnf
jnf mak-jnf it available for the event.
- The following scores wer post'
ed and unless otherwise indicated
the prizes were donated by the Ac Activities,
tivities, Activities, Committee, : of. JL4A
The Juniors are indicated
W'fh x. "'
Gross Score, 77, R. Dehlineer,
mize. trophy Jack Lally, pfize,
frfihy.
Met Score 68, Wm. McKeown.
prize, ice bucket, presented by
Chico de Oro. i
Net Score f9, E. Biagi. onze, li li-ouor;
ouor; li-ouor; Chas. Fear, prize liquor; A.
Bernstein, prim liauor:
Net Score 70. Wainio, prize li liquor:
quor: liquor: Chas. Louis, prize, liouor.
Net Score xBuzzie Rathgaber,
orize, camera with flash, present presented
ed presented by Chico de Oro: Wm. Duffus,
nrize. linuor, presented, by. Nation National
al National Distillery: Brayton, orize', li linuor;
nuor; linuor; Clyde Sharpe, prize liquor;
Wm. Nichisber, prize liquor.
Net Score 72, V: Lombroria, prize

Skin Diving Course Offered!,
At YMCA-USO Pool Monday.

A course in basic skin diving
will be offered to U. S. military
and civilian personnel, by the
Balboa Armed Services YMCA YMCA-USO,
USO, YMCA-USO, with physical requirements
tests slated for March 30 at the
YMCA-USO pool.
Purpose of the course is to pro provide
vide provide interested personnel with
qualified instruction and informa information
tion information so that they may safely con?
duct themselves in their -own un
derwater recreation activities;,.
Those satisfactorily completing
the course will receive a skin diving-
certificate and card,: Class
Whatever
pEORGE (DUT) CHALMERS
George (Dut) Chalmers,; ne of
baseball's old-timers, came up to
the Philadelphia Phillies.', back ;;!i)
1910- by was bt -Aberdeen, "Scot "Scot-land,
land, "Scot-land, his birth place, He. was
right-handed pitche? ano; spent his
entire career of seven- years
pitching for the old Phillies, His
best won-lost record was 13-10 hi
1911, the year Grover vClevelSnd
Alexander broke in as a rookie
with 28-13 for those same' Phils;
Chalmers contributed an 8-9 rec
ord to the successful Philljr' pen-,
ant dnkve of 1915 but in' his o.iiy
World Series-start lost, a 2-1 thrill,
erin, the fourth game against the
Red So. Boston won the series,
Whatever happened to Dut
halmers? Now 70, he "' byes in
ew xorK and is engage in the
suranca uusiaess. r.
TODAY ENCANT0 -25-15
Burt Lancaster in .'
I HUN SILENT, RUN OTEP
Brian Don'levy In i
"CREEPING UNKNOWN" :

liouor,. presented 'by National. Wj
tillery; Gene Askew, prise, liqub

Bob La ChsppeUe, ; prize liquofS

-no jjcs jxjDues, prize uquor; Jtert -Newhouse,
prize liquor; Wm.: Cki3
lin, "prize,. hquor. r"

Net Score 73,! Ed .Scott prize. ICS
quor. .'.'..,. -v, rS
Net Score 74, H. ,Clarf. vrim3

liquor; Jack Smith J prize liaudlij r r-Joe
Joe r-Joe Turner, prize liquor; B. El'ehj
prize, liquor; Wm. 'De La; Matiiii
orize limior; "Stu Brown, prizeMfer

ouor; W. Trout, v-prize; vliquosti
Schiener, prize, liquor Mer Smra
prize liquor. ' f l,
Net Score 75. .Fred Dube nrtttZ
liquor; M. Kaplan." prize, iquc

Roeer Williams, prize maaf.e'--mf
' Net Score 75,; xLeo ;Dehlmjget
prize, Guate'mfllan' shirt, present-
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WfElXISDAT, MARCH M..19JJ

iMmammmm Will Catch Up With Yankees

II.

T

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VoiM ROfctTSPOLL-Casey Stengel, as he shows here,
Sklfcheith?othint cLy polled out into thejn.
field fraga at Yankees' St. Petersburg, Fla training grounds
.and wouldn't permit any pitchers or catchers to run on K
ntil he bent down, arid tested it for looting.

JOE WILLIAMS

STV PETERSBURG.

troit. Tigers' roster would, 'en
to puncture the airy contention
of expansionists that there. i
, bundant material for a, bigger,
brighter,' baseball world. ., ,,
01 the starting infield, for ex ex-ample,
ample, ex-ample, only one member, Frank
Bniiinu. 2B. is home grown. As

for the others, Gail- Harris, IB,
is a' New York Giants' reject;
Rocky Bridges, SS, has seen serv service
ice service in BrooklynCincinnati and
Washington; Eddie Yost. 3B, has
grown trauntatically resigned aft after
er after 14 seasons in the drab habili-
mentis Of the Senators.-'''.
Nor doei the list end here, i
And?xihind' ytu, we ''are '-concern'
ed only with' key' men, men' 'who

must' produce 'if tne Tigers are io
become pennant contenders. Their
No.'l catcher, Red Wilson, is a
White Sox castof and his re re-placement
placement re-placement Lou1 Berberet) is a
Washington escapee. '.'v,1 ;'
. F.rom the" standpoint of power,
the; key men in, the '.outfield is
Charley Maxwell,; 32-year-old ltft ltft-whom
whom ltft-whom both the Red SoX

and the Orioles passed. He must!

hit iue long Dan to give uie n n-gers!
gers! n-gers! attack pressure and poten potency.
cy. potency.
In'56 he hit 28 iome runs, last
season 13.
Only in pitching have the Ti,
few rolled their own; Frank La:
ry, Jim Bunning, Billy Hoeft and
Paur Foytack' are of local origi origination.
nation. origination. Yet the spring camp talk
is less of them than of Ray .Nar .Nar-leskl
leskl .Nar-leskl and Don Mossi, reliefers' ac
quirtd in barter with Cleveland.
HIf these twd guys have still got
it, they can improve our staff 20
percent,' Bill Norman, starting
his first full season as a big
league managed, assured Us yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. If material Jl 'no problem,' as
Commissioner Fofd Frick (who
would add two clubs to each
league) and brother Branch Rick'
ey foho would : EC even.further;
and form a third league) contend contended,
ed, contended, how do they rationalize this
crape-and-scrap situation?
'Ain' Claiming Nothing
Jar has been ( : noted, three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of the infield' are veteran
, retreads; the catching mainstay
has-been packing and unpacking
lor jrears; the Red Sox were
looking at Maxwell as long ago
as 6; Narleski and Mosi began
bailing' out Cleveland pitchers in

.a,: 1,1, Ar. .rn;ri- ri'I" ,-. ,,

The De,!!54. M this aconstitutes a feast.

wnai po .r ncK ana -niuey cu
famine?.

it would be diaerent it tne 11-

gers commanded no respect. On

the contrary, they may well be

the team the Yankees must beat

pAnd if everything broke right for

them, "they could ao ut too, were

by making Gen. Foch's co.iie:..

tibles look like the last word in

fresh, well-trained, thoroughly pre
pared troops.
"We ain't claiming nothing,''

boomed the 49-year-old, king-size

uninhibited manager, whtf spent
80 years id the minors.' arid was

rushed in to replace JacK ngne,

-another bbscurity; when the elub

flopped' to eighth place last June.

"You don't win pennants in
the newspapers in March, You

win 'em out there on the ole field

between them two ole foul line.

Still, I gotta think this team has
a" chanced ut aefci1tHtV could

think; 'T'wouldnt stayed in 'the

bushes so long, wouia n"

Martin Out of Place

Norman is a practicing road
show Casey 'Stengel, colorful, in
manner and speech. Even took

dentistry two years.. ..."1 don't

know why,old Casey f gave it up,
but I'm a lover of beautiful

things, and somehow looking down
people's throats -just didn't send

men." .... .
Whether looking down the Yan

kees' throats, would,1- the gabby
ole pro of the dirt roads didn't

say.
., Bit story in the. Tigers' camp a

year ago was .Billy Martin, obtain

ed Irom Kansas City, hopefully

to fill the hole at short, and

spark a chronically lethargic

sminfl.

. The former' Yankee failed. 6d

both couts, though not for lack of

trying. A second baseman by

trade,, he was, out of yie mace nt
short, so he was a little help

there. A professioial pepper pot
is effective only when a team is

in contention, and the Tigers nev
er were.

Thus: Rocky Bridges, fdr all

the traveling he'd' done, both as
to clubs' and positions (2B, -SS
and 3B) looms n $H important
consideration iri' Detroit's used, or
second-hand player market. Con Concentrating
centrating Concentrating on shortstop, he was
the league's best last season. And
could be again.

Former NY GM

Likes New Job

With Baltimore

By LEO H. ETERSEM
MiAMLFla. (UPI)Lee Mac-

Phail. who left the world cnam-

ninn Vinkeei to take over as gen-.

eral manager of the sixtb-ranked
Baltimore Oriles said jyestenur
he has players who one day may

caicn mi oia tiuu.

"It's going to take some time,
two or three years at least before

we'll be in that position,"' Maq-

Phail predicted. "But we aeunite aeunite-ly
ly aeunite-ly have the material in the min minors
ors minors and it's only a question of
time before our youngsters will

start producing.
' "In the meantime, the "going is
going to be tough."
He isn't sorry he left the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees.
"tku : new inb is a real chal

lenge. Don't misunderstand me, I
was happy with the Yankees. No
club could treat you better than

they treated me.
Future Looks Bright ,.

But I feel I have abetter fu

ture here and one. day I'm going

tn have the satisfaction oi duuu

ins the Orioles into af contender

nd nennaht winner.v

I wouldn't care to predict how

long it will be, but I'd haye to

aav three vears at a minimum.

in the meantime, ne saia. uie

Orioles would continue J$ pick
the best talent availablej !!u

('There isn't -fianytama i:on theT

trading market that will help us,

forr when we start talking trades

the other ciubs always ask tor

Bill O'Dell or Gus Ttiandos: And

those are two fdlwi whom e

are counung on 10 some aay lorm

the nucleus of our championship

club."
So the Orioles are picking iip
all "the Whitey. Lockmans, Bil
Klaus', Jim Finigans and playei
of that type who are available.
Get Stop-Cap Players
"We realize they are stop-gap
players," MacPhail went on. But
they are the best we can gst for
this year. I'm afraid it is going
to go on like that until we develop
our awn players.

"No club is interested in selling

an established player for cash

these days and as I said we can't

afford to part with O'Dell or

Triandos. ,. . .

'I;i,,w. ,,fj yrl (u;;i.r,V'"1 tut
"Neither Richards (manager

Paul Richards) nor 1 is foolish
enough to even think we have a

snot at tne pennant tms year, we
are going to cause some trouble.
That's the most we can hope for.
If some of the clubs who fin

ished ahead of us last year slip

a bit we might Have a shot at
the first division.

"If we make that, I'll be satis

fied. But we aren't going to really

start,, moving until our kids arc

ready."

Pacific Minor

CRACI LINE TROUNCES
PAN AM JETS
TO LEAD THE SECOND HALF
By JOE REYNOLDS

Standings
Grace Line Line-Panama
Panama Line-Panama Insurance
Pan Am Jets
Fidanque
Tastee-Freez
Blue Star Milk

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.PAN AM JETS Pictured (Ebove are the .Pan Am Jets of the Pacific Minor Baseball League.
'Bottom row: (l.'to r.) Cain, Hollen, de la Garza, Randall, Manflix, J. Second row: Orr, Is-
bell Mannix, K. Third rpw: Warren, Monteath, Hendrlckson, AvUa, O'Connor. Back row: P. J.
EOffers, manager; H. Randall, coach; and L. M. Warren, coach.

Championship Flight Favorites

Win PAA First Round Matches

Sports Briefs

Pacific Softball
League

Champ Jumper

John Thomas
Mangles Foot

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BOSTON (UPIJ--Boiiton Uhivfir-

sity ireshman John C. Thomas,

holder of the world win r' high

jump record, mangled r s "jump

ing" foot in an e.evaU, accident

yesterday and underwent surgery.

A college spokesman said the
tall 18-year-old Negro will be

sidelined at least six to eight

weeks as a result of the misnap

in a dormitory where be was
working as part of the student

employment program.

Thomas was entering an ele elevator
vator elevator when it began moving. His
left foot got jammed between ine
elevator and one, of the floors.
He was removed to Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, Memorial Hospital where
tne operation was performed by
Dr. Chester Howe, assistant BU
professor of medicine.
The college spokesman said
Thomas suffered lacerations and
bruises but no broken bones. The
spokesman said a small blood clot
in the foot, which developed from
pressure of the-injuries, was "al "alleviated."
leviated." "alleviated." Thomas-' condition after surgery
was described as "good."
Thomas cleared 7 feet Id Inch Inches
es Inches Feb. 21 at 'the National AAU
championships in New York,
breaking his own record of feet
U inches at a BU-Dartmouth
meet at Hanover, N.H., Jan. 10.
.Tuesday'! injury was the sec
ond aqd most, serious with'n
three .months. During the BU BU-Dartmouth
Dartmouth BU-Dartmouth meet, Thomas backed
against a hot pipe and burned
the back of his left knee.
A BU spokesman said Thomas,
now on spring vacation, was
painting and doing general clean cleanup,
up, cleanup, at the college's Myles Stand Stand-IsH
IsH Stand-IsH Dormitory when Tuesday's ac accident
cident accident occurred, f
'The college spokesman' ex expressed
pressed expressed doubt the in jury would
prevent Thomas from compe.e compe.e-tivr
tivr compe.e-tivr jumping again. "Ha's actual actually:
ly: actually: in perfect physical condition,
except for the foot," the spokes spokesman
man spokesman laid. v

All ehamDionshio flight favorites

won their matches in the first
round of play in the 1959 Pan-American
World Airways Golf
Tournament now being played at
the Gamboa Golf and Country

Club. . .....

Medalist Kerb Mitien ,,imoyea u
tho sppnnd round of clay with his

viMnrv (over Al Saarinen. Ladies

medalist Cleo Burns fell by tjie.

wayside as Pat Warinf had some

rri.hot irons mat gave ner a i

and 1 victory.

Second round matches, wnun

must be played by. Sunday, eve eve-hina.
hina. eve-hina. March 29. will feature Mit

ten1 match withs the 1959 Isthc
rniah -Amateur champion MAN

Chadwick. George RUey plays tne

1958 Isthmian Amateur champion

Bill LeBrun. Chaidey MapMurray,
one of the toughest match play

golfers on the Isthmus and espe

cially at Gamboa, will play Jim

Hinkle. Jim KUey, is. paired a-

gainst Maury Muller,,

The results ot tne nrst rouna

matches:

Championship Flight Mitten

beat Saarinen 1 up; Chadwick

defeated Collins 2 up; George Rt
ley took Galindo on the 18th hole;

LeBrun eliminated Lombroia 2

up; MacMurray defeated Sfhlagel

up; Hinkle moved past uesLon-

des Jr. 2 and 1; Jim Riley beat

Richmond 1 up; and Muller mov

ed ahead with a 1 up win over

Stubbs.
First Flight Jankus defeated
Farnsworth 3 and 2; Crichton de

feated Douglewicz. 1 up: Peran-

tie moved ahead with a default

over,Hause; Medinger won by

default over Pierpointj Lally edg

ed Annicharico 1 up; Jeff Kline

came from behind to beat Jor Jordan
dan Jordan 2 up; Staatz lowered the
boom on Hurdle winning 6 -and 5;
Comptron defeated Lilly 1 up.
Second Flight McCullough had
to go twenty holes before defeat defeating
ing defeating Rogers; Hearne defeated Ar Ar-mitage
mitage Ar-mitage 4 and 3; Mitchel edged
Cain 1 up; Whitelaw slaughtered
Smith 7 and 5; Stuart beat Hill
1 up; Minor came from behind
to tie Jamison on the 18th hole
and then went on to win the sud sudden
den sudden death play-off on the 22nd
hole; Spencer won with default o
ver Carr; Williams defeated Van
Hoose 3 and 2.
Third Flight Askew was red red-hot
hot red-hot in taking Nelson 7 and 5:

Youngblood had trouble in defeat

ing builivan on the 18th hoi

Bowen moved ahead with a 4 and

3 win over Smith; Gpmez won a
default from Williams; Bergere
edged Silva 1 up; Wigg defeated
Bridges on the 18th hole, Chuck
Kline won by default from Olm
stead; Grow defeated Hardie 1
up.
Fourth Flight Schwarzrock
defeated Hertgen 3 and 2; Hoo Hoo-berry
berry Hoo-berry edged French on the 18th
hole;1 Ausnehmer walloped Rodi Rodi-man
man Rodi-man 5 and 4: Jones defeated Cain

3 and 2; Horine won by default

over Powell; Johnstone sailed by
Bailey 2 up; Cherry edged Van
Gelder 1 up: Stern drew a bye.
Fifth Flight i- All contestants
received byes.
Sixth Flight Danlelaon and

Kascher won 1 up victories over

oievenson ana uunsmoor respec respectively:
tively: respectively: W.-B. Mallary won by de.
fault from Johnson; Gregory de defeated
feated defeated Finn 1 upr Welborn. : beat
Mead 5 and 4; Zombroy edged

Wilson 1 up; Melsonsoh Tdcleated

$orrell 3fand 2; Stevenson defeat

ed Anderson 5 ana i.

Seventh Flight Spie eagea

Hurlew 1 up; Studebaker oeaL

Graham 1 up; Monteath had to
go to the 19th holebefore elimi eliminating
nating eliminating Sjoudner; Pajak took,, a 2
up win ver Stielau; Joe Saiterio
defeated B. Mallary 2 up; Meich
handed McCue a 3 and 1 defeat;

McKeown continued his fine golf

with. a 5 and. 4 win over Frazcr;
Wheeler defeated Brown 1 up.
Ladies' Championship Flight
Warinz defeated medalist Burns

TO PLAY IN OPEN
GREENSBORO, N.C. (UPI) -Defending
champion Bdb Goalby
has confirmed he will compete in
the Greater Greensboro Open golf
tournament at the Starmount For Forest
est Forest Country Club, starting April

Others who have accepted in

cluded Sam Snead, Art Wall, and

Mike Souchak.

First, Pan Am Jets and Pana

ma insurance lougnt to a close
10-9 game. This was the second
good showing the Flyboys have
made all year, after beating the
Champions of the 1st half, Pana

ma Insurance team.

This left a three-way tie for

first place. Pan Am Jets, Pana

ma Insurance, and Grace Line.

Both Grace .Line and Pan Am
Jets needed to win the game to
hold onto first place. With each

team knowing they needed this
game, they went into it determin determined
ed determined to win.
Each team earned over 12 tiez
baggers. Even though the pitch pitchers
ers pitchers could not hold down the hits,
the sluggers had a field day. The
big hitters for Pan Am Jets
were Hendrickson, Avila, De la
Garza, Monteath, and Warren.
Warren and Monteath were the
big sticks each chalking up their
first homeruns of the --.year.
Grace Line's big hitters were Bis
sell, Stabler, Richardson and Stei-ner.

It was the first time that any anyone
one anyone ever hit a grandslam home-

run. The honor goes to Bisseil, of
Grace Line. Besides hitting a
grand slam, Bisseil had a per perfect
fect perfect day at the plate. He faced

the pitcher four times and got
four hits. It was due to Grace
Lines superior batting staff that

I. GEORGE SINCLAIR

Teams G W L Pet. GK'J
Giuds Mariners 2 1 0 1.000
Pan Liquido 3 2 1 .667
Abernathy Unis. 2 1 1 .500
Mauricio Ambas. 4 1 2 .333 1
Maduro Jantzep 3 1 2 .333 1
The Cerveceria Pan Liquido
walloped the Mauricio Ambassa Ambassadors
dors Ambassadors by a score of 15 to 3 behind

the effective pitcning or.Fue.
Hardin Standing lor the Amo-if
sadors was the loser, with Head
relieving Hardin in the second

inning.
Pan Liquido scored one home
run in the first half as the Am-
bassadors evened the score in
their half. But tne Beermen came
up with seven more in the second
as they drew away from the op opposition.
position. opposition. They scored five more in the' the'-third
third the'-third inning and later on they
added two more in the seventh inning.

Kosik hit the only homer of the
game.
Pucek kept the Ambassadors in
check by allowing only five scat

tered hits.

If

The box score:

Ctrvtceria

McArthur,

Carlin, ss

Ostrea, cf
Kosik, 3b
Lane, lb
Rawley, 2b
McGlade, rf
Biaveili, c
Pucek, p
Total
Ambassadors
Martinez, ss
Adams, 2b
Foster, 2b
Malek, 3b
Russell, lb
Hardins, rf

Head, p
Sparlin, cf
Atkins, cf
Fish, If
Robbins, c
Totals

Ab
4
5
4
5
5
5
4
3
4

H POA

0i

l1'
0
4
I,..
3,.
0
1
3

39 15 20 21 13

AB
3
2
2
3
3
1
2
3
3
2
3

H POA
0 2 4

2

1
3
6
0
0
2
0
3
1

1
0
4
t
0.
0
1
0"
0t,
35-

27 3 5 20 14

Scon by Innings
CerveceriaP.L. 175 000 215 20 2

they finally defeated the Flyboys.Mauricio Amb. 101 010 03 5

and 1; Carpenter drew a bye;

Mathieson edged Jones 1 up; Pe-

rantie drew a bye; McCue elimi

nated Bishop 3 and lf'Trlm, Tor-

torici, and French drew byes.

mrst tugni uwens won ny
default from Ausnehmer; Batson
drew a bye; Thompson won 2 up
over Daniels; Hughes drew a
bye; Stevenson was too much for
Monteath in winning 6 and 5; Sul

livan, Alexander, and' Malloiy

drew byes.

CUN CLUB
NOTES

BALBOA CUN CLUB

Balboa Gun Club's monthly

NRA approved three run pistol

match was fired Sunday. The u u-sual
sual u-sual dry season winds made shoot shooting
ing shooting quite difficult and practical practically
ly practically eliminated high scores.

The match winner was Navy

Chief, I. N. McKee of Rodman
Naval Station with an 816x900.
1st master, Chief Warrant Offi Officer,
cer, Officer, J. F. Heidenrelch, U.S. Ar Army,
my, Army, Ft. Clayton 796. 1st expert,

M-Sgt. B. E. Gregory, U.S. Ar

my, Ft Clayton 767. 1st sharp

shooter, Chief W. J. Mohr, U. S.
Navy, Rodman Naval Station 780,
1st marksman, Ensign M. J. Fct-

zer, U.S. Navy, Rodman Naval

Station 725..
In the individual matches mak making
ing making up the match aggregate;
Match No. 1, .22 cal. national
match course,, winner, W. J.
Mohr 279x300; 1st master, I. N.
McKee 278; 1st expert, M-Sgt. T.
M. Cosper, U.S. Army, Ft. Koh Koh-be
be Koh-be 274; 1st sharpshooter, sp4 J.
A. Trudell, U.S. Army, Ft. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 278; 1st marksman, Sfc. A. T.
Roberts, U.S. Army, Ft. Kobbe
265

Match No. 2, center-fire nation national
al national match course; winner, J. F.
Heitlenreich 267; 1st master, T.
N. McKee 265; 1st (expert, B. E.
Gregory 255: 1st sharpshooter, C.
E. Priest, Canal Zone Police 251,
1st marksman, M. J. Fetzer 242.
Match No. 3 .45 cal. national
match course, winner, It N. Mc McKee
Kee McKee 273; 1st master, J. F. Hel Hel-denreich
denreich Hel-denreich 257; 1st exoert, B. E.
Gregory 250: 1st sharpshooter, W.
J. Mohr 249; 1st marksman, M.
J. Fetzer 235.
Don't forget this Saturday will
be the start of the team competi competition
tion competition for the Isthmian pistol cham championship.
pionship. championship. Firing will start at one
o'clock Saturday afternoon.

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university's invitation to him to
attend the Army-Illinois football
game herd Oct. 3 will "receive
serious consideration" when his
fall calendar is prepared.'

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Baldwin'! furnijheo' apartmenti
at Santa Clan Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
Foster cortaeea. between Santa
Clara and Rio New low
ratal. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeearrtioe Cottaoei
Santo Clara ee f "' "'-..ma
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Houses
dsuso for ront conaijtine of 1
bedroomi, lifting and d.mnf
roomi, laroa kitchen, 2 porch.i,
16 Street Rio Abaio. Price rtt rtt-aenable.
aenable. rtt-aenable. Call telephone 2-1650
er 4-0060.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, three
bedroom chalet, acreened, miid'i
room with bath, hot water ins installation,
tallation, installation, garage, "" ear
Genera' $1 15 00. Information:
C Diai. Tel. 2-0481.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
near Hotel Panama. Two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maids room, garage.
Via Espana, white house beside
Radio Miramar. $125. 00. Can be
teen from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. Phone 2-1155-

FOR RENT: Furnished home,
3 air-conditioned bedrooms, big
" yard. I.25D.00, Cuealon y Cia.
, Realtor, phone 3-3330.
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FOR RENT: Three bedroomi
house, large yard, comodities.
5 1 st. St. No. 24, Bella Vista.

Rooms
FOR RENT: Large rooms and
a;ry rooms in modern construc construction,
tion, construction, apply No. 2838, 13th
Street. Rio Abajo.
Commercial Sites

"" FOR RENT:' Profeiiionel or
' commercial office en ground floor
Edrficio Urrace, comer Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00. Call' Panama
3-7038.

" FOR RENT: Large and modern
' ' local in Ricardo Arias ..Street
; ( Esparta Build'ingJ For informa informa-tion,
tion, informa-tion, Tel. 3-4994.

LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
I'hited States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Martin J..faax, Plaintiff vs. Joy Wax.
Deiendant Summons Case No. 4811 Ci Civil
vil Civil Docket 22 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
. You are hereby required to appear
. 'end answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety
' ds's after the first publication.
case of your failure to so appear
si oswer. Judgment wlU be taken -g
vol- by default for the relief de-
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Oi .we. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal

'Zone, this 13th day of March, 1859.
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By Marian D. Bowen
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To Joy Wax
The foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the!
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
' Zone. ited 13th day of March. 1959.
' and entered and filed, in this action In
the office of the Clerk of said United.
States District Court for the Division
of Balboa, on March 13. 1959.
" Sara de I. PeAa
Clerk
Bv Maria" D. Bowen
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FOR RENT: Modern, cool (un (unfurnished)
furnished) (unfurnished) one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining, kitchen, etc.
"Amelia" Building, 50th Street
No. 115. Near 86 St., Paitilla.
Phohe J-1210.,
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FOR RENT;r-2 bedrooms com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment. 30
Ecuador Avenue, facing British
Embassy and lei.":-'-;
FOR RENT: LivUgreem, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, -rkitehen, apply
Apt. 2 Call Darien No. 14,11
next street from 4th July. Ave.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Excellent residential
section. Clean and independent:
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RINTi April lit., modern
a n d attractive one-bedroom
apartments in "no ''.HESPERIA"
Building, G-l Street, El Can Can-Sneje
Sneje Can-Sneje wifb hot water, laundry
conVenienceli, garage, etc. For
information call Telef. 3-6634.
FOR REkT : Campo Alegr fur-nihd-one
bedroom apartment.
New house, new furniture, hot
waterbaUdny. Call 3-1789;
FOR RNT:-VFrom april 1st.
three bedroomi apartment, liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diningroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, garage,' maid's room, hot
water,, etc. Manuel Maria tcaia
Street' end 50th Street. "Formen "Formen-tor"
tor" "Formen-tor" Building. $175.00, Informa Information,
tion, Information, T.I. 3-4994.
Americans Spending
More To Repair
Autos, Appliances
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Ameri-cans
are currently spending more
to repair their autos and appli appliances
ances appliances and relatively less on food,
clothing, shoes and alcoholic bev
erages than they have m tne pasi.
rnese are some nnaings in a
special analysis of incomes and
consumption issued by the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department.
Economists said the drop in the
proportion of each consumption
dollar spent on essentials and the
corresponding increase in other
outlays reflects rising standard. of
living.
Last -year for example,' repair
and maintenance bills for cars,
radios, TV sets, appliances and
furnishings came to a national to to-of
of to-of more than $5,500,000,000, the
department said. This was more
than double the corresponding to total
tal total a decade ago. It was also con considerably
siderably considerably greater than the rise in
incomes.
Radio and TV repair spending
more than tripled.
Americans are now buying con consumer
sumer consumer goods and services at a
record rate of nearly 300 billion
dollars a year.
But because of the recession, in inflation
flation inflation and population growth, real
income and expenditures per cap capita
ita capita ar still about 2 per cent be below
low below the 1957 highs.
Ike Signs Law
Continuing Drat
WASHINGTON (UPI)- Presl
dent Eisenhower yesterday signed
into law a bill 1 continuing the
peaceHirhe military draft for four
more years.
The measure, passed by over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming margins by both houses
of congress, xtends the draft
which' had been due to expire on
June 30.

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WHAT fV IK IT IS, YIS
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)-AState
Rep. Charles E. Hoffman got lost
yesterday in a tangle of amend amendments
ments amendments and questions about a
measure being voted on and re responded
sponded responded when polled on a roil
call :

Automobiles

FOR -SALE: Leaving country,
Plymouth 4 door ledan, 1954,
perfect condition, duty paid,
powerateering, radio, Deursch.
Telephone 2-3643 or 2-2412,
Panama.
FOR SALE: 1948 Ford 2 door.
Sedan, Good condition, $150. 2 2-4172
4172 2-4172 (Canal Zone).
AUTOS EISENMAN, S A Of Offers
fers Offers for tale the beat used cars
in town:
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4 Door,
HdTop, tutone, radio, WS Wall
tires.
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4DR,
tutone, 6 cylinder, stand, trans.
1957 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon, 4
Dr., tutone, radio, r, WS Wall
tires, 6 cylinder, stand, tram.
1957 Plymouth Belvedere Sport
Suburbanm 4 Doof, 9 pass.,
standard trans, tutone, radio.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air HdTop,
tutone,-radio,, ;WS Wall tires.
1955 Plymouth Belvedere, 4DR,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tires.
1955 Morris Minor Convertible.
1953 Cadillae Coupe Oeville, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, radio, WS Wall tires.
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Tela: Pma. 2-2616 1-4966.
FOR SALE: Sports car 1954
Triumph TR-2, 21.000 miles,
excellent condition. Phone Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 5222.
FOR SALE: 58' Forrf Consul
wradio in excellent condition,,
driven less than. 10,000, mles,?
$1500. Call Clayton 5106 after
4 p.m.
FOR SALE: One half ton Van
1956 Morris Oxford. Duty paid.
Condition first class. Tel. 1269-J.
Colon. 13.190 Ave. Bolivar.
FOR .SALE :-52 Oldsmobib 1 4
door sedan, $375.00. Phone'86 Phone'86-2203
2203 Phone'86-2203 Albrook.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1948, new tires, new upholstery,
engine overhaul, radio, inspected
$275.00. Balboa 2-3321,
Little, League
Boys 8, Girls 7
Seven girls and eight bovs were
born at Gorgas Hospital durine the
weeK wnicn ended Monday, ac
cording to the hospital report. Dur
ing this same period, 183 patients
were admitted and 167 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. Parents of the girls are U. and
Mrs. J. G. Thompson, of Farfan;
Sp.4 and Mrs. R. E. Brun, of Fort
Kobbe; Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Beggs,
of Diablo; Ens. and Mrs. J. R. Gal Gal-laugher,
laugher, Gal-laugher, of Farfan; Sp.3 and Mrs.
E. V. Lewis, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. Sullivan, of Balboa;
and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Madden,
of Panama.
The boys were born to Mr. and
Mrs. V. C. v Lashley, of Panama;
Sd.5 and Mr. Mi T. McMinn, of
Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Joseph, of Panama; Pfc and Mrs.
J. D. Love, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Gordon, of Panama: Mr.
and Mrs. V N.ySwabv, of Gam Gam-boa;
boa; Gam-boa; Mr. and Mrs". U. Mena. of
Panam andv' t. and Mrs,
Charles Roach, of Panama.
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TO NE&OTIATI AGREEMENT
LONDON (UPI) A Comu-
nist Chinese delegation' arrived m
Baghdad yesterday to negotiate a
government, the Communist Pel Pel-ping
ping Pel-ping radio reported. It was a fur further
ther further step by Iraa toward tighten tightening
ing tightening cultural and economic,, ties
with the Communist bloc coun countries.
tries. countries.

Home Articles

Household Exchange has received
KEROSENE STOVES 19.50; metal
bureaus 15.00; youth beds com complete
plete complete 45.00; play pen 8.50; fold'
ing beds 29.00; wrought iron
porch cfiairs 1 9.00; kitchen cab cabinets
inets cabinets 24.00; desks 27.50; double
beds from 12.50; dinette sets
59.00; mattresses 6.50; pillows
1 .25; Cash or credit, MATTRES MATTRESSES
SES MATTRESSES REMADE LIKE NEW-HOME
PICK UP fr DELIVERY SAME
DAY. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Avenue No. 41. Tela. 3 3-7348,
7348, 3-7348, 3-4911.
FOR SALE: New G.I. refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, cross top freexer. $150.
Phone 3-3180.
Dogs
FOR SALE: A.K.C. registered
Boxer pups. Call Navy 3689,
FOR SALE: Diamation female
dog, virgin, daughter ef cham champions
pions champions of Mexico, Cuba and Mia Miami
mi Miami with excellent pedigree. Can
be seen from 5 to 7 p.m. at "F"'
Street, El Cangrej "San Jose"
building apartment 2.

Ike Gains Partial Victory
On Foreign Aid Fund Vote

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House, disregarding charges of
"dishonesty and payoffs in for
eign aid, handed President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower a partial victory yesterday
by voting nearly half the 'extra
funds n& sought for- tn overseas
development, program.
1 By 1 surprising l91-! margin,
the lawmakers voted to restore
100 million dollars of the 225 mil million
lion million chopped out of the develop
ment loan fund by th House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee, Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower called the action "irresponsi "irresponsi-bl"
bl" "irresponsi-bl" and said K would damaga
U.S. leadership,
1 The? House aWiwed to restart
all of a $50,300,000 cut ordered by
the Appropriations Committee in
funds for the new space-age sci sci-enc
enc sci-enc education program during
the rest of this fiscal year. The
action was approved by voico vote
after only a brief discussion.
The development loan fund Is
the most important of three U.S.
programs for pumping economic
aid into friendly fore!gn!"Cc-ufrtries.
The agency has committed all
but $844,000 of its funds and
wanted the extra money to carry
it through the currnt fiscal year
ending June 30.
Rainbow City
RACE TIGHTENS IN
RAINBOW CITY AS
STEVEDORE MORRIS LADS
BY ONLY TWO 6AM ES
W L GB
Stevedor Morris 8 3 2
Powell 8 12
Pantra S 6 3
Cig. Oasis 5 ? 3
Ajinomoto 3 8 4
After the busy weekend which
saw Pantra outplay Cig. Oasis
7 to 5, Ajinimoto beat Cig. Oasis,
Powell, with Leslie Drayton, shut shutout
out shutout Stevedore Morris and Ajino Ajinomoto
moto Ajinomoto again beating Powell, the
standings of the league shows
that the champion Stevedore Mor Morris
ris Morris still were leading the pack by
two games.
Team owner Irving Morris of
the Royal Netherlands Steamship
Company in Cristobal still voices
optimism that his team will re retain
tain retain not only their local cham championship
pionship championship but also the isthmian
crown. ;"J
Now that the clugs have 4nt the
homestretch of the stasoft, all
clubs have shown 'fire:nd the
one carrying the hottest'.- streak
is the Pantra Transportation
Youngsters who have come from
behind a six-game losing streak
to move into third place with a
sensational winning tandem of
three games.
ThAir atest outina oroviaeu o-
ver 1500 fans with a heavy dose
nf thrills and excitement as the
Pantra Youngsters staged one of
the greatest uphill tignts in me
evn vear history of tne league.
In this one, Knobby Stewart show showed
ed showed off a not-too-hot Librado Man Man-cias
cias Man-cias who was around too. long on
the 'moimtf b4 tayed o ee his
tpammates null one out of the
bag. "'
After Powells jumped off to i
l-o lead on two BB's snd an An
derson wild throw, the Pantra
RK1 nutrklv erased that Tfiark-
rl and arldari two more in the
same inning to move ahead 3 'to
1 on two walks and back-to-back
doubles by Napoleon Ashby and
Cecil Ford. 5 '
They stayed ahearj untll the
fourth ,when Powells e p e n,e d
throttles and scored Jouf .runs on
an error,' to consecutive homers
by George Knowles and HuPh
Charles another walk and an er
ror. Powells added one more in
the fifth to start the chain reac
tion of excitement as the Hustling

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE : 20 gallon water
heater, cabinet for Hi-Fi, draper draper-See.
See. draper-See. Telephone 3-6882.
LOST: Blue sip-par bag at Bat'
boa Yacht Club pier. Reward to
finder. Phone Balboa 1 589
I Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: Umbretta scourer,
very flood condition, $150.00.
Call Balboa 6421.
FOR SALE: 15' outboard trail trailer,
er, trailer, new. 7Vi h.p. motor. All new
equipment. Houie '403 Tivoli
Avenue. Phone 2-1667, between
4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
juDCS LEVIES FINES
TARANTO, .'.Italy (UPI') A
judg fined each of 382 parents
1,000 lire ($1.60) over the week
end, for failing to register their
children in elementary school.
The amendment to provide 100
million dollars for the develop
ment loan fund was offered by
Rep. John J. Roony (D-N.Y.)
with the backing of Democratic
and Republican .leaders. A big
majority of members on both
sides of the aisle supported it on
a non-record vote.
GOP Leader Charles A. Hal Hal-leck
leck Hal-leck (Ind.) warned taht failure to
provide additional funds would
waken the free world a position
in the Berlin crisis.
Rooney said Russia had in increased
creased increased its foreign aid program
)S one billion dollars last year,
The funds were designed to"
fceep ithe overseas tjBwelomeiit
program going until (Jongress acts
on the,; President's embattled ewJ
s,su,uuu,wu toreign aid program
some time this summer. The new
program includes 700 million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, for the development loan
fund.
The House action was seen by
backers of the aid program as
evidence that Congress will wind
up providing more than 100 -million
dollars in supplemental de development
velopment development funds. They counted on
the Senate to vote a bigger figure
with Congress finally accepting a
total somewhere in between.
Softball League
Pantra Truckers scored tw. runs
to get within one run of, their ri
vals.
With darkness falling rapidly,
the Powells added what looked
like an Omaha Insurance as they
went ahead at this point by two
runs.
, With Rudy Lynch pitching fair
ly good ball in relief of Kennv
Cobbs who took auick sbeltpr in
me very nrst inning, this two-run
lead loomed as the stopper to Pan-
ira s winning streaK. But in the
Douom of the sixth, Nobby Stew
art pulled his sthrines and the n.
oei Youngsters made their move.
Alter Aenolv fanned. T r v i n
narumg waiKea lor Pvt. Richard
Brady who got credit for his sec second
ond second win he has no loss-4o start
ine most sensational frnm.th..
back victory this season. Antonio
Dudley bounced one off Joe
Clarke's glove who after fielding
... uu uucw wiiu pas i iinao at
sccona.
1 r ; ... 4
naiuius muvpa in tnim nn
that play and when rightfielder
Nunez threw past first base on
me same play, Harding scored
and Dudley went to second Then.
phil Laurie who misjudged a fly
in ien io iet m roweus insurance
run redeemed his misplay by
oiaiiiiiiuiK i single io center io
score Dudley with the come-close
run and when. Barrios' throw to
the plate was. late, Laurie went
to' second.
Napoleon Ashby moved Laurie
over to third with a' fly to right
this setting the stage for one of
the wildest celebrations ever seen
in Rainbow City. At' this point,
Henry Thomas called a meeting
of his infield and .they decided to
warn uecii ford who had hit 2 2-for
for 2-for -3 In previous trios to the plate:
On the first pitch to Ford.
Lynch was low. away and so
wide that the ball Almost got a-
way irom Herman Charles In the
fast approaching darkness.. Ford
then moved from the right' bat batter's
ter's batter's box to the left and when
Lynch came too close with the 2nd
wide one, Cecil clubbed it just
out of the reach of Joe Clarke and
beat Stanley Arthur's throw for
base hit and a run batted In as
t tune came charging in with
the winning run.
This was the second time with
In two weeks that a Pacific side
pitcher had travelled across the
is'iimus to lose close games on
intended intentional passes.

Real Estate

FOR SALIf-Uta 500 and 1.000
ateteri, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation- across the Ramon
Racetrack, Ail left with etree
fronts, swage,: water main and
electricity. Call W, McBamett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: lot 1.066 sauara
meters ia the bast location of'
La Creeta, situated between "V
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information pleesa call Taj. 2-2170
from I a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished three bedrooms residence in
II Valla da Anton, with living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, terrace, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, 2' bathrooms, kitchen
and additional room with electric
plant. River on' property. Tel.
3-1302 and 1-1456.

Bungling Crime Officials
Flayed By Harvard Prof.

EVANST0N.fr M' (UPI) -.Bungl--ing
officials are condemning inno innocent
cent innocent men as murderers, the head
of Harvard's legal medicine de department
partment department charged today.
He said the nation's homicide
setup is in somewhat of a mess
and "as many imiocent persons
are going to jail as murderers are
going free.?'
"It's inevitable this ia going to
happen when you have incompe
tent people handling uie opera operation,"
tion," operation," said Dr. Richard Ford, one
of the nation's top homicide ex experts.
perts. experts. t,
He said the- onlv solution was
to aet enough money" to train
and keeD comoetent forensic
pathologists wh e t h e r they be
called coroner or meaicai exam examinersand
inersand examinersand creat the laws to
hark thpm utt.
He said absolutely no one should
"be allowed afetbe sceneof a sus-
plcwugjideath .lottt; trained scien
tine ,.erew .nat;, jamerea u pus
sible evidence ?.
The police f&ould.freeie every
Mother-1n-Law

Sane When She Hired Killers

VENTURA, Calif. (UPI)-Eliz-
ahth rtnnran was lesally sane
when she hired two men to kill
her pregnant daughter-in-law, a
Superior pourt judge ruled jester
Judge .Cnanes r ,r uiacusiutrj
made his rnline on the basis of
reports submitted by-psychiatrists
who examined tne mucn-marneu
54 year old matron, previously
condemned to death in the gas
rhamher bv a iurv which found
her guilty, of first-degree murder
Mrs. Duncan received me rul ruling
ing ruling with composure and said she
believes her appeal win De suc successful
cessful successful because the murder case
against her was "full of holes."
"I think 1 nave a gooa -cnantr,
she said.
The sanity hearing took less
than five minutes, much of
which time was devoted to dis discussion
cussion discussion of when to hear defense
arguments for a new trial.
Judge Blackstock said he would
pronounce the death sentence for formally
mally formally on Mrs.Duncan at 10 a.m.
April 3 and vould also hear de defense
fense defense arguments at that time.
Deense Attorney S. Ward Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan said he would cite 16- points
in his arguments including judi judicial
cial judicial errors and what he claimed
was prejudicial misconduct on the
pari of Dist, Atty. Roy Gustafson.
In ruling Mrs. Duncan sane,
Judge Blackstock. said:
"Havinff examined the record.
there is nothing for me to do but
find, and tne cort aoes nna-inai
she was sane at the time of the
commission of the offense."
in an off shoot of the murder
case vesterdav morning, Judge
Blackstock sentenced Ralph Win-
Spurned Suitor
Shoots, Stabs 5,
Commits Suicide
BENEVENTO. Italy (UPI) A
cnnriwri suitor killed three mem
bers of the girl's family and seri seriously
ously seriously wounded two others before
committing suice last mgnt, po
lice reported.
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a farm hand, was turned down
hv Elisa Varrlcchio of nearby
San Leucio juei sannio wnen nor
family objected. ... -'
Thev said. Maiale went to the
Varrlcehio home night' arm armed
ed armed with a rifle and a knife. He
killed Ellsa's brothers, larenzo,
23,- and Oltavio, 35. He then
stabbed to death the father, Pel Pel-legrino,
legrino, Pel-legrino, 70, and seriously wound wounded
ed wounded Mrs. Varrlcchio and 18-year-old
Elisa. ;
Police said Maiale then reload reloaded
ed reloaded his rifle and shot himself fa fatally
tally fatally through the throat.

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men in crime news iniarysis. and
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i ord said it was impossible wr
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cent innocent men currently were rotting
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rharees.
"All I know Is -there certainly
are some," he said; '"There have
to be. One recent case, in partic particular,
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with murdei st'iwas innocent, be because
cause because his girlfriend, died from;
carbon monoxide poisoning."'. The
body already hed-beeatctnbalmed
and .buried; Fortunately, there
was',st!ll enough carbon monoxide
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confusedAbe coiild get-away with
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Duncan Found
trstein, 16-year old ex-convict, o
1-14 years, in prison for perjury.
Winterstein had pleaded guilty to
posing as Mrs. uuncan s-. son,
when the mother obtained a
fradulent annulment of her son's
marriage last Aug." 7, -Mrs.
Duncan was taken back to
jail after the brief sanity hearing
to await further legal develop
ments in the murder case.
Under California law an appeal-
to the state Supreme Court is
automatic ih-.capital cases aiicf no
date for execution wiu oe set un
til after legal remedies are ex
hausted.
Mrs. Duncan was found guilty
of offering two ex-Convicts, Luis
Moya 22, and Augustm Baldom
ado, 25, $6,000 to- do away with
her son's wife, Canadian-b o r n
Olga Kupczyk Duncan, 30.
Welfare Dept. Has
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f "' "'7!
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and Welfare today ordered safety
belts installed in its 500 automo-l
biles. ,i v. L j.v ','.'. ,:v
Secretaijjf Arlbur K-'Flemming
told a ne! conference he acted
on a recommendation by the U.
S. Public Health Service a branch
of his department, which ."recom
mends that car owners throughout
thacountry take similar precau precautions."
tions." precautions." V ,',
It would be a i line things tie
added, if the automobile industry
would' -make seat belts "standard
equipment instead of an optional
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Nationwide TV
Shot Orf Discharge
MEMPHIS, Tenn.i (UPDEivis
Presley's manager' says the rock
n roll sineer will wrform before
a nationrwide closed -drtult TV
audience after his discharge from
ine Army early next year, c -,
Col, Tom Parker, the dinger's
manager, said Presley's first pub-
lie appearance here after dis discharge
charge discharge will be telecast to about
200 cities, f i" 1
He said k would take, plate In
March or April of 1960,
;A closed circuit telecast, like
those used for championship prize
fights,' has never been done by
an artist before," Parker said
"But it's the only way to satisfy
all the requests Elvis has re received
ceived received for personal appearances."

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the foreseeable future to the Sov Soviet
iet Soviet Union?
Egyptians here say it is not and
that, .instead, President Gamal
Abdel Nasser has exhibited con considerable
siderable considerable independence of the
U.S.S.R. in his campalen against

the Syrian Communists and in his

demonstrated affection fpr Ifresl
dent-Tito- of -Yugoslavia.
There are factors to be consid
erpd in each argument.

The combined Egyptian-Syrian

army Is equipped top to bottom

with Soviet arms

The lis' runs from MIG let
fighters, through submarines, the

latest Russian tanks down to
small arms Further, these sun sun-plies
plies sun-plies are said to have replace replacement
ment replacement narts to las', five years.
They cost in the neighborhood
of ?V) million Hollars An. The to total
tal total foe both Syrn and Egypt nrob nrob-ab'v
ab'v nrob-ab'v is close to 500 ml'lion dnl'.ar.
In the. work, but alrendv
agreed upon. ar other vat nroi nroi-ec's.
ec's. nroi-ec's. They include one which at
the nffii)i rqte n' four rubles o
One U.S. dollar runs to abdiit 100
million Hollar for dflw'ooment of
he first stages of the aswan
J)nm,
TV Hm is an absolute necec necec-slty
slty necec-slty to Na.ssc- wh" denen-'s on ii
to incr'agf Egypt's arable land
by on-'hird.
Tn bo'h Svria. and Fytit." t--pether
forming the "United Arab
Republic. re industriaHzation pro pro-grams
grams pro-grams callinr for construction of
r"roads. irHgatior protect and
wiHesoreid factory production.
AJtoge'her. fignr add up
to about on billion dollars.
But (the figijresi.faag.toU.the
enre truth.1-
Most of the Sovi etanii were
obtained in exchange, for Egyp Egyp-hn
hn Egyp-hn cotton which Nasser. was un-

an' to sell apvwnere, else. ,.
The rise in pltie pH th cnn.

eouent difficulties nf the textile

Indnnn'. notably in EngMiH, hv
made. Egyptian .long staole ro'tnn
Hni on te marke ven .th'"'',,
it f conM'Vred among the best
In 'h. world.
Tti 'fiidut.rlanV"IInn eree eree-men
men eree-men are subject to further
nplation.

WfJi.r'3xod piirtPor.an irr'-

cifically. Either party can with

draw at any time.

But the Egyptians say this:
Nasser is anti-Communist in hi
own country but still cannot af

ford to be anti-U.a.S.R. This eon

dition will continue until he cad

be certain of no strings support

from the West. In this connec connection,
tion, connection, the U.A.R. looks wist wistfully
fully wistfully toward he Western heip
given Tito.
Ajt proof -of Nasser's anti-communism,
Egyptians point to Nas Nas-ers's
ers's Nas-ers's roundup of Communists in
Syria, risking whaiever deals he
may have with Premier. Nikita
Khrushchev.

Egyptians say the Russian eco
nomic squeeze may go on at any
time, and a publisher here savs
he already is getting vague re replies
plies replies to inauiries about a long long-promised
promised long-promised shipment of newsprint.

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ST. LOUIS, Vo. (UPI) Julia
Ellis. 7, was reported in serious
condition todav -fter a physician
amputated her leg with a bor-v
rowed pocketknife.
Julia and her sister, Donna, I,
of Arnold Mo.. wer struck by a
car as they walked hom Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. Donna suffered frac fractures
tures fractures of both legs.
State highway patrolmen said
Robert E. Kemp, 23, lost control
of his car on a curve and struck
ihe two girls.
Julia, her leg became wedged be between
tween between the right rear fender and
bumoer. The car camei to a stop
on the roH banV and nosed over,
th girl still cau?ht.
Dr. Howard w. Soman of the
Arnold. Mo., clinic arrived on the
scene but did not have surgical
ins'ruments with him. Because the
le? "-as fo tndlv mangled and the
car in such a precarious position,
he Hecide'l tn amputate at once.
After administering morphine te
h gi-l. Soman borrowed a pen pen-kn'fp
kn'fp pen-kn'fp from a state trooper and

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share the same table during the mock trial held by Caribbean Girls State a Fort

rKStaS K7l3t "and Virginia PerraT prosecuting attorneys are .ready with an objection as
'SW1 JlteM Leonard riaht tad-dre)jnln satkf action a she completes an telling comment to the
defense counsel Anita Leonard Mr J center) a defense iC(mMeli and the pretended defendent,

court. uy of V m innocent. The jrirl jurors can be seen at far right, while spectators are seated In the

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Crossroads Boys Sf ate Legislature Convenes

As Girls Get Set For Awards Assembly, Show

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FOUGHT Ml i

The Crossroads Bays State legis legislature
lature legislature was io convene lormaiiy
this afternoon under tne gavel of
newly elected Lieu.enani Govern Governor
or Governor Ray Caldwell, at the USAB USAB-CARIB
CARIB USAB-CARIB Annex in fort Clayion.
First item on the agenda was
the governor's message irom Al Alfred
fred Alfred Archibald, who began work
on his legislative program shortly

after election late Tuesday even

ing. CommiUees of the one-house

legislative body then were to con consider
sider consider proposed bills.
Archibald was the only member
of the Nationalist party to win
state office during elections last
night, as the Federalists voted in
Caldwell as the vice executive'
Steve Ballard as secretar of state
Bud Batcheldor as attorney gen general
eral general and the new treasurer-auditor
James Marshall.

Ballard, is attending as a dele delegate
gate delegate from Aruba, Netherlands An

tilles, and his election as secreta

ry of state is nearly comparable to

last year s election of Warren Tay

lor from Aruba as the Boys State
governor. Taylor has been presid presiding
ing presiding over Boys sessions this week,
pending inauguration of the new
governor.
Tht Caribbean Girls Stat
awards assembly and talent
show this evening was the major

event of the day in the mindt
of the female delegates at they
went about their legislative duties.

Fellow delegates of Boys State,
parents and the general public
have been invited for the awards
program starting at 7:30 a the an annex
nex annex building, Fort Clayton.
Meeting separately this morning
the girls Senr.te and House of Re Representatives
presentatives Representatives were operating un under
der under their own officials and lead leaders.
ers. leaders. They had before them for con

sideration Gov. Christine Huff's

message urging support of junior
civic councils in the zone, promo promotion
tion promotion of Americanism, participa participation
tion participation in national holidays by Girls

State members and promotion of

the good neighbor policy in this
area.
Supervising the sessions were

Dr. Merril G. Symonds and the

Girls State staff.
How state legislature opera operates
tes operates was the main topic for Boys
State this morning. This involv involved
ed involved a demonstration and practic practical
al practical excercisei In how such a body
functions,, handled by education
director M. Wayne Poland and
his staff of counsellors.

WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP!) The Senate preparing; for'the Easter recess of Congress, was set todaytet.
approve a three-month extension of the emergency unemployment compensation pregram. ': 'l'- .'K'-
Fipal action oh the jobless pay measure will allow the legislators to take their first break In the "86th Congreet j
after 11 weeks of near-record work. ,-'V ""? i v' ,J s-'s I
Senate passage would send the bill back to the House for swift transmittal to President Eisenhower before ben- y
efits expired April 1 for 405,000 idle workers. V : : v

AFL CIO officials

io state would fol-

Col. Thomas J. Henderson, staff

judge advocate of U.S. Army Car

ibbean was to discuss state su supreme
preme supreme courts with' the boys group

next. i

The morning wound up with a

volleyball game between the

Boys State delegates and the coun counsellors.
sellors. counsellors. The formal opening of the Boys
State legislature was set for 1
p.m. .. . i.
Boys State's program is careful carefully
ly carefully staggered against the Girls
State schedule in order to avoid
conflicts in scheduling the same
events and speakers. For example
time had to be provided on differ different
ent different days court for visits, tours of
the Balboa police station, moot
trials, etc

1M, Innocent played by Dianw

Smith won acquittal during the
mock trial held by Caribbean
Girls State yesterday afternoon at
Fort Clayton. Judge Naomi litvin
Wielded the gavel on the bench
while prosecuting attorneys Dan Danielle
ielle Danielle Harned aud Virginia Perra

presented their arguments against
the defense counsels, Anita Leon Leonard
ard Leonard and Judy Rettinger.
Eileen Cox, as Ships Stores,
played the role of the victim of an

alleged murder attempt dreamed

ud in the script for the trial. Wit

nessesall required to memorfose

their testimony in advance were

Kay Beasley. Margaret Daniels,

Ada Wynne, Ruth Thompson, Do

lores Wheeler and Suzanne Hele

Foreman of the jury was Eye
Eisenmann. Her fellow jurors

were: Andrea Nash, Leila Leone,

Karen Lvtle, Marvel Davison. Ma

rion sm'tn, Ruth Himes, tnen

Clute, Dorotht Strumpf, Anna
Cheung. Sarah Spector and Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Littleton.
Michelle Fernandez was the
marshall and the clerk of court
w Jp'dvn Kins. : ..
U.S. District Attornev Jlowland
K. Hazard supervised the trial for
his second such practice session
this week.
Canal Zone police official ex extended
tended extended welcome to G I r 1 1
Staters In uerson a well, at by
means of the teletvpe communi communications
cations communications network when the dele,
astes visited Balboa Police Sta Station
tion Station vesterdav mornlnn. Their
tour there followed tendance
at Balboa Maaistratn's Court,
where Judoe John E. Doming
conducted a regular etsion.
Greeed t the nolice, station bv
Cap. Gadflis Wll and Capt. S.

P. Trail, the girls, had a,.c,omolete
tour to Inspect facilities. Finser-

prlntinir, venfie 'estuie and a va va-rietv
rietv va-rietv of fnfety devices were de

monstrated.

Meanwhile

predicted that no

low President Eisenhower s rec

ommendation to increase unem

ployment benefits to at least 50
L 1 i 1

percent or us- average weeKiy

wage.

Nelson Cruikshank, director of
the AFL-CIO Social Security De Department,
partment, Department, .said organized 1 a b o-r
would continue to battle for Fed Federal
eral Federal standards to place a floor
under jobless payments
E iienhowtr and eight state
governors on the executive com committee
mittee committee of the National Gover Governors'
nors' Governors' Conference came out
Monday against Federal mini minimum
mum minimum benefits.. .They said the
states should take responsibility
for making improvements.
The governors' : met with the
President and three of his cabi cabinet
net cabinet members at the White House
to discuss ways to strngthen the

Federal-state unemployment insur

ance system. r:-"
' The President renewed the chal challenge
lenge challenge he has made for the last

Weather Or Not

This weather report for tha Z
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlo Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Crtstoba'

TEMPER ATTJRB:

High
Low

HUMIDITY

High ........
Low

91
73

88
49

WIND:

(max. mnh)

RAIN (inches)

NW19
I

WATER TEMP:

(Inner harbors) 71

83
79

82
75

N-20
T

80

five years to the states.

He said he hoped state legisla

tures would act this year to au authorize
thorize authorize payments equal to half of

the average state wage for a min

imum of 26 weeks.

"The President has been ex exhorting
horting exhorting the states to act since

1954, and not one state has come

up to the standards he has set,
Cruikshank said. "I don't expect
one state will respond now De De-cause
cause De-cause his prestige has declined
since he made his first appeal.'
The AFL-CIO is backing pro proposals
posals proposals by Democrats that
would 'virtually compel states to
meet Federal standards to in increase
crease increase the amount and duration
of benefits,
Eisenhower's program would
boost benefits sharply in several
big industrial areas if .the states
follow through.
In Pennsylvania, for example,
the average weekly wage in 1957
was $28. UnHer the Eisenhower
proposal, the state's minimum un unemployment
employment unemployment benefit would be $41.
1 1 Pennsylvania's top benefit to
idle workers is now $35 a week
and the average benefit during
the first half of 1958 was $30.
In California, the smallest ben benefit
efit benefit under the Eisenhower formu formula
la formula would be $46.50 compared to
an,t average payment of $33 'dur 'during,
ing, 'during, the depth of the recession last
yeaf. J.
Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell said the administration
will recommend expansion of
coverage to protect 3,200 000
more- workers with unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment insurance.
These would consist of about
two million employes in firms
with one or more workers and

1,200,000 employes of non-profit a a-gencies.
gencies. a-gencies. i...
The law : no rexempts firms
with less than lour employes and
such non-profit .organizations as
charities, hospitals and labor u u-nions.
nions. u-nions. v-
A $389,500,000 Senate bill to
aid areas hard-hit by Unemploy Unemployment
ment Unemployment headed today toward a
probabis trimming in the House -and
a possible veto by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower;
The measuresqueaked through
the Senate by a 49-46 vote after
a 53-million;dollar administration
substitute was defeated, 52-43. A
proposed 200-million-dollar com compromise
promise compromise was rejected, 70-24.
The narrow margin of the final
Senate vote gave hope to Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and: conservative Demo Democrats
crats Democrats in thejHousef' wbo expected
to repeat thf ueeess they had
last year in- chopping about 100
million dollars from the bill Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower avetoed that measure
anyway.
Sen. Paul H. Douglas D.. Ill),
chief sponsor bi the bill.-had urg urged
ed urged early passage so Congress
could act if the President again
vetoes it. But the 49-46 rollcall
was far short of the two thirds
vote neded to override the Chief
Executive.
A similar bill is under consider consideration
ation consideration by a House banking sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. It is not expected to
come lip for floor action for some
time.
The Douglas bill, co-sponsored
by 3 other Democrats and five
Republicans, would authorize
300 million dollars in loans and
75 million dollars in Federal
grants to help economically-distressed
communities attract new ..

industries. 1 J
Also included would be 10 mil-1
lion dollars to train unemployed
workers: in new vocations and 4Mk t
million dollars for "technical as-1
sistance'r to depressed areas'
The Senate Banking Committee
estimated the mil would be of im-
mediate benefit to 112 areas of

chronic unemployment and might;

neip iso more u : conditions: get

worse. -j f
Opponents of the sill nxarntairr f
ed the ""communities would need (
a lot more than Federal aid to-t

1 1. U!' 5 l.L.

get. uajv iiicu euuuiijiu -nrttiin..

To qualify for the loans and
grants,, a community would

hiv It hlvi at lutt i naMent

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.89
Madden Dam ....... 233.11

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BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, MARCH 26
HIGH
Time Ht.
4:40 a.m. 16.8 ft.
S:02 p.m 17.5 ft.
LOW
Time Btl;
10:56 a.m -2.2 ft. ;
11:20 p.m -2.5 ft.

February's Living Costs

Just Below All-time High

WASHINGTON, ,Mar. 25 (UPD

The government was- expect expected
ed expected to report today that living
costs in February remained un unchanged
changed unchanged slightly below the

all-time record mgn.
The Labor Department's con"
sumer price index, considered
one nf the most reliable baro

meters of inflation, registered

m ft in .Tanuarv.

This means It cost $12.38 to

buv the same eoods and serv

ice's. which cost $10 about ten

vears aeo.

The index has moved within
a range of two-tenths of one
percent for the past seven

months. This-is regarded as un

usually steady considering the
successive monthly increases for

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kv EASTMAN COLOUR

Iohn FRASER RONALD LEVI&ri

icfswptf nd&4 Xwn. rriM)iml by tttty Bmi

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IXCITINQ .

a

employed ana t

unemploymnt rate e 1

above' the national a v t

t
k

oi l tt

of its

have a
percent

rage for one to three years.
Two Republican co-SDonsors

the bill Sens. Jacob K. Jawiti?

(N.Y.) and Clifford P. Case (N.j
J.) voted against' it. 1

Case, said' the- criteria, tighten-
ed as a concession to the admin-J

istration-would' mean' only "ti

trickle,f of. aid-.to New .Jersey. J

Eximbank Director;
Due On April 4 j

George A. Blowers, director ofj

the Export-Import Bank; will ar-j
rive in Panama on April 4 and will
depart for San Jose, Costa Rica.j
on April 9'. t
Blowem ,who has had world-wide;
experience as a banker, will bdi
accompanied by MrsvBlowers Vic-
tor' Hasenoehrl, loan officer, and

Winter tiraves, engineer

TODAY m
, Shows:
yilfjt 4:S6 7:00 9:IIS t.m.

Nomination from M-G-M
Academy Awards 1
ACTORS
Paul Newman in "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF," Avon
Prods. Inc.
SUPPORTING ACTORS
Lee J. Cobb in "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV," Avon
Pirods., Inc.
Arthur Kennedy In "SOME CAME RUNNING," Sol. C.
Siegel Prods., Inc. ..
ACTRESSES
Shirley MacLalne In "SOME CAME RUNNING."
Elizabeth Taylor In "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF."
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES
. Martha Hyer in "SOME CAME RUNNING."
ART DIRECTION
"GIGI," Arthur rreed Prods., Inc., William A. Horning
and Preston Ames.
Set Direction: Henry Grace said Keogh Gleason.
BEST MOTION PICTURE
"CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF."
"GIGI."
CINEMATOGRAPHY (Color)
"CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF," photographed by Wil William
liam William Daniels.
"GIGI" photographed by Joseph Ruttenberg.
COSTUME DESIGN
"GIGI," Cecil Beaton.
"SOME CAME RUNNING," Walter Plunkett.
DIRECTION I
"CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF." Richard Brooks.
"GIGI," Vincente Minnellt.
FILM EDITING
"GIGI," Adrlenne Fawtn;'
MUSICAL PICTURE SCORE
"GIGI," Andre Prevln.
BEST SONG
"GIGI," from "GIGI" music Ay Frederic Loewe, lyrics
by Alan Jay Lerner.
"TO LOVE AND BE LOVED" from SOME CAME RUN-
Nli an Hueeen, lyrics Dy ci.tmy oahiv
'.SPECIAL EFFECTS
"TOM THUMB" Galaxy picture, Tom Howard (Visual
Effects).
"TORPEDO RUN" A. Arnold Gillespie (Visual Effects),
Hasold Humbrock (Sounoy Effect). ,. 4
SCREENPLAYS y

"CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF," Screenplay by Richard v

. srooaa ano James roe. i
"GIGI," Screenplay by Alan jy Lerner.
8TORIES AND SCREENPLAYS
"THE SHEEPMAN" story by James Edward Grant,
screenplay by William Bowers and James Edward Grant.
-' ' '

more than a ; year oeiore ne

nrlce nlateau was reached.

. ... . . il A

jLast juiy tne inaex mi us

highest point ever 123.9. It
dropped to 123.7 in August and

held steady for tne nexi two
months. It rose in November to
the July level, dropped back to
123.7 in December and crept up
one-tenth : of one percent in
January. ' '!
in the past, weather has play played
ed played a big part in determining
living costs in February. A
freezing spell in 1965 sent the
price of orange" juice soaring
and the index moved up one one-half
half one-half of one percent. .
Government experts measure
the chance in the prices: of .300

goods and services in cities and

towns cross the country to cal

culate the mdnthly figure.

TPe "market Basket" ngureo

In the Index consist of those

items bought by the average

city wage-earner and Includes

articles ranging from baby lood

to whisky.

THE DRAMATIC STORY
OF A CRISIS t A v
WOMAN'S LIFE!

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MELODY"
COLOR CINEMASCOPE!
GLENN FORD
ELEANOR PARKER

RELEASE IfniuY! CENTRAL

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