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

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JLef fji people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
FLY NOW with
TIME PAYMENT
QB A M V P International
33rd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1353
FIVE CENTS

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Ernestito

CZ Cop McGlincey In Court
Again Clobbers Neighbor

A Canal Zone policeman hauled off Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon and smashed a neighbor in the chest with his fist.
The affray occurred in Cristobal police station where both
men had gone after an argument in Margarita over a dog.
Policeman Alexander J. McGlincey, was fined $100
in Cristobal Magistrate's Court yesterday after pleading
guilty of battery on the person of Wilburn S. Belcher,
a close neighbor.
The policeman paid the fine.

McGlineey's earlier conviction
on a charge of malicious mis mischief
chief mischief came up for trial on ms
appeal today in the Cristobal Di Division
vision Division of U.S. District Court
He had been fitted $10 in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Magistrate's Court last lall
for having nailed up the doOr of
a maid's bathroom in Margarita
McClincey claimed the place was
unsanitary.
When his appeal was cabled in
District Court today, McGlincey
did not appear. Bttt attorney Da Da-i
i Da-i a nM artinc f or him. peti
tioned for' a withdrawal of the I
judge Guthrie F. Crowe grant granted
ed granted the petition and the case was
withdrawn. v
SatuHflay's assault in the po police
lice police station was the third Inci Incident
dent Incident in eight months to bring
NcGlincey into conrt as a de de-Last
Last de-Last June, while directing
traffic In Rainbow City, he be be-nVftivt
nVftivt be-nVftivt in n melee with
the inhabitants over a youth s
disobedience and the policeman s
pursuit of him.
ARadnbow City woman moth moth-ereg
ereg moth-ereg the youth, charged McGlin-
Future Coco Soto
Residents Invited
To Set Up Council
Residents of; New Cristobal who
are scheduled to be transferred
to the former Navy base at Coco
S6!0 are being invited to particip participate
ate participate in the formation of Coco Soto
Civk Council, it was announced
today- .,
A town meeting to form the
council is scheduled for Thursday
night at 7:45 in the auditorium of
Cristobal High School.
The proposed constitution and
by-laws of th new council, draft drafted
ed drafted by a committee headed by Pe Peter
ter Peter Foster, vice president of the
Cristobal Margarita Civic Coun Council,
cil, Council, will be presented at the meet meeting
ing meeting for approval.
In addition, the committee plans
to propose the immediate nomi nomination
nation nomination and elctlon of councilmen
at Thursday's meeting.
Gatun Lake Level
Holding Her Own
Canal officials had water in
their eyes again last week as the
level' of Gatun Lake fell below
the figure on their rule curve at
Which the hydroelectric people
turn on tne dieseis to save wa
ter.
, But today, ail's well.
The level of Gatun Lake took
a sudden spurt to fr.03 thus
taking It over the too of the
graph and table displayed in the
Administration Building toaay.
Incidentally the canal has re
vised its rule curve for 19S8 to
take into consideration the ex experience
perience experience of prolonged low water
last year, and the possibility of a
second extra-ary year.
Madden Lake. too. is all right,
Measured at 250 with water flow
ing free over the drumgates.

Support For Tax Claims Could Make Your Head Reel

y DOG OUICG
NEW YORK (UP)-A business
forms manufacturer has been
shuffling iigures around in Ins
electronic brain machine and bee
come up with an idea of the na national
tional national expense account stockpile
for 1958.
If everybody complies with the
Internal Revenue ruling and
keeps a duplicate of his expense
accounts for income tax purposes,
and if you figure that on the aver average
age average expense accounts are filled
out every two weeks, he says the
lumped results at year's end
would be:
A stack of paper 15 miles high,
a 40,000-mile-long strip of carbon
paper, and a small mountain of
paper clip.
The statistician. W.. J. Suehers,
sales manaegr ex Uarco, Inc.,

cev with battery.. He was found

not guilty when the court held it
was "very clear" that the boy's
disobedience in falling to obey
an arresting onicer precipitated
the disturbance.
Last Saturday afternoon,
McGlincey for the second time
became involved in Margarita
m m. dispute with Belcher. The
tins had previously had words
in regard to the. nailing up of
the maid's toilet.
Saturday's1 argument was over
a dog Belcher was keeping. Noth
lng happened at the time, but
Belcher decided to come to Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal police station to report the
matter.
Belcher was there talking
when McGlincey walked in the
door and belted him in the
chest with a Hosed fist.
Before Belcher could retaliate;
otner memoers oi tne ponce
force surrounded McGlincey and
overpowered him.
Drivers Of lone
Also Heed Permits
All persons ooerating govern
meat motor vehicles in the Canal
Zone will be required to have a
valid government vehicle permit
in addition to ,their regular civil
drivers' license after Feb. 1, it has
been announced by the Personnel
Bureau.
Approximately 1,400 regular and
incidental motor vehicle operators
working for the Panama ("anal
company-government have been
tested and have passed their ex examination
amination examination in the initial phase of
the program, it was revealed.
The permits now being issued
will be vald for a period of three
years from the renewal date indi indicated
cated indicated on each permit.
It will be the responsibility of
each employing unit to establish
controls and arrange for renewals
of the permits, which, will involve
physical examinations and possible
testing, m order to ensure that ve vehicle
hicle vehicle operators will have at all
times in their possession a current
civil license and a U.S. govern
ment permit.
The motor vehicle operator per
mit program was required by a
public law passed in 1958, which
provided for examination of all
government motor vehicle opera
tors and the issuance of authorized
identification cards within three
years.
More Millionaires
LONDON, Jan. 21 (UP)-Britain
may be having financial difficul difficulties
ties difficulties but it is fir from being broke.
The Inland Revenue Commission
reported yesterday there were five
more millionaires in 1957 than m
1956.
says that if only 8,000,000 of our
17,000,000 professional, tehnkal,
-sales workers or proprietors .keep
duplicates, the extra copies run running
ning running to 200,000,000 would fill
40,000 file drawers.
"Next year, you know, you'll
have to report all reimbursed ex expenses
penses expenses and be prepared to support
your claims," he says.
It's that "be prepared to sup support
port support your claims" that gets me. I
don't know exactly how I'm go going
ing going to do it. I've been trying to
get documentation of my spend spending,
ing, spending, but it's hard.
"My reimbursed expenses are
practically all lor travel, and my
traveling is done by bus. and sub subway
way subway in New York. They charge 15
cents a rule, it norm a Hy takes two
fares returning. I make out an ac-
i count weekly, like this:

Starts

Senate Expected To OK 7 Federal Pay Raise
This Week; GS-13s And Up May Be Given 9
From Washington comes word that the Senate is expected to vote pay raises this
week for Federal classified and postal workers.
The hills will then go to the House with the blessing of the Democratic Party's poli

cy committee, according to The, Washington rest's columnist, jerry Kluttz.
The bill passed by the Senate calls for in average 74 percent increase for classified
grades from GS-1 through GS-12, and for an average 9 percent Increase for ratings above
GS-12. About the same percentages would apply for postal workers.
The Senate bill would make the pay raises retroactive to Oct 1, 1957, thus giving the
increased compensation for the full final quarter of the year 1957,
In Kluttz' opinion, however, the measure as finally enacted will be retroactive only
to Jan. 1958.
Last summer the Senate approved classified and postal pay raises by a vote ef 76
to 10.

Perfectly Happy' Over South
Fuchs Stands Pat On Decision

SOUTH POLE, Jan 21 (UP)
Dr. Vivian Fuchs said today he
was "perfectly happy" that Sir
Edmund Hillary beat him to the
South Pole. (But he still planned
to ignore Hillary's advice and
press on with his trans-Antarctic
tfek.
"I have no argument with Hil Hillary,"
lary," Hillary," he said. "He made a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion and I didn't accept it. That
was all."
Relations between the two ad adventurers
venturers adventurers Fuchs a Briton and
Hillary a New Zealander ap appeared
peared appeared perfectly cordial. Hillary
was in the welcoming party that
greeted Fuchs a mile from tne
pole.
"Hello, Bunny," said Hillary.
"Damn glad to see you," said
Fuchs.
And they shook hands warmly
as photographers snapped pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Later, -wW5(lcMr suit his 11
colleagues had'thawed their frozen
beards in the warmth of the U.St
polar station huts, they said as
one man that they would continue
their overland trek to Scott Base
.at McMurdo Sound.
thev thus would become the
first members of an overland par party
ty party to traverse this frozen conti
nent from one snore to anomer.
Fuchs said he hoped to reach
Scott Base before winter condi conditions
tions conditions made it impossible to get
them out until next spring. Hillary
had warned the 1,200-mile journey
would be dangerous.
English Hitchhiker
Asks Action Against
Panama Government
LONDON, Jan. 21 (UP)
Round-the-world hitchhiker Don
White of Leytonstone, London,
said last night he would press
for action against the Panama
Government.
He claim that after being
beaten up he was jailed by Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami Police three weeks ago.
Tomorrow he is seeing his
Member of Parliament, Reginald
Sorensen, Labor memoer jor
Ley ton. Then ne win wis- wimi
onvernment officials together
with his companion Dan Havi Havi-land,
land, Havi-land, 31, of Mitcham, Surrey,
who was also Jailed in Panama.
"It has happened out there to
other people." White charged
tnnisrht.
He said that the Panama Po
lice accused him of being drunk
He added that he was talking
with a customs official on his
arrival in Panama! Not know
in much Spanish, he used i
stock phrase "it's very hot." The
official agreed and was quite
friendly until White went on to
make an Inquiry about continu
ine his journey.
Then the official turned a-
round and hit him, he charged
"Jan. 20, interview Marilyn
Monroe, 60 cents. Jan. 22, return returned
ed returned to see Monroe for additional
information, 60 cents. Jan. 24, re revisited
visited revisited Monroe to show her what
I wrote, 60 cents. Total, $1.80."
In a noble attempt to support
this kind of outlay, I entered a
crowded bus yesterday and paid
my fare as the driver chanted:
"Step to the rear of the bus
please Plennya roomina back".
I scribbled the following on a
piece of copy paper and handed
it to the driver with a request that
be sign it:
"I hereby affirm that Doc
Quigg entered my bus, headed
downtown, at 11.30 a.m. this day
and deposited the sum of fifteen
(15) cents, in the coin box in pay-
He took a quick look at it and
handed it back.

"If we don't it's just bad luck,"
Fuchs said.
He estimated with the best of
luck the party would make it by
the end of February and with
reasonable luck by mid-March.
He said he would continue his
scientific studies on the second
half of the trip although seismic
soundings to determine the height
of land under the alow and ice
would be taken at greater inter-

US Firms Give Aid
To Education Fund
NEW YORK, Jan. 21 f UP)-Bus-iness
and industry gave, more than
two million dollars i medical
schools last year through the Na National
tional National Fund for Medical Education,
fudd President S. Sloan Colt said
today.
ggggggggggraJsY
t total of $2,050,756 was 10 per
cent above the 1956 figure, Colt
said. The number of corporations
supporting the fund reached a new
high of 1,925 in 1957, compared to
1,737 m 1956, he Said.

Navy Planning To Triple Production Of Subs
To launch Sensational New Polaris Missile

WASHINGTON. Jail. 21 (UP)
Progress on the 1,500-mile Polaris
missile has been so "amaung"
that the Navy expects to triple
planned production of submarines
designed especially to fire the
rocket, it was disclosed tonight.
The production step-up was dis disclosed
closed disclosed by Navy Secretary Thomas
S. Gates in recent secret testi
mony before a House Appropria
tions subcommittee. The group is
considering an emergency request
for $1,260,000,000 to beef up U. S.
defenses.
A copy of Thomas' testimony
made public by the subcommittee
showed he testified that tne Navy
planned to ask Congress "within
the very near future" for emer
gency funds to build nine Polaris-
firing subs instead ef the three
previously planned.
Navv officials have testified that
the submarines could fire the mis
siles while submerged and then
slip off to sanctuary while the
rockets sun were enrouie 10 tneir
targets.
The Polaris has been one of this
country's most sensational an answers
swers answers to Russia's space and mis missile
sile missile challenge. It is powered by
a solid propellant, eliminating the
dancerous and time consuming
fueling proeess required by liquid
fueled rockets.
Meantime, the Senate Prepared
ness subcommittee, which is in
vestigating the missile program,
released testimony in which Whit Whitley
ley Whitley C. Collins, president oi North
rop Aircraft Inc., urged increased
output of the 5,000 -mile Snark
guided missile.
Collins said the Snark program
"Look. Bud." he said with a
wild look in his eye, "Willya
please do like I said and move
back in the busp I got worn to
do.
"How about signing this, just to
help me. I said.
"See duh bus company. Bud,"
he said. "All complaints goes to
the company. You got a grievance
you take it up with them. Leave
me outta this. My job is to drive
this bus up and down this street".
A similar stone wall was en
countered in the subway. When
handed my form to the man who
opens and closes the doors, he
eyed me coldly:
"I ain't signing nothing. You
guys ain't hooking me on no
dea's."
Well, what are you. fitting lo do?
My expenses are mounting daily
and I can't get 'em documented.

Rush

Pole Defeat,
To Keep Going
vals than on the. trek from the
Weddell Sea to the pole.
Fuchs said scientists considered
"spectacular" recent tindings that
the earth under the snow at the
South Pole was 903 feet above
sea level.
He reported he found the earth
5,000 feet above sea level within
25 mile's of the pole, indicating
high ranges.
"We found other variations
equally spectacular along the
route," he said. "At no point was
the ground below sea level. There
was a 7,000-foot ground level 100
miles from the pole."
Scientists have been attempting
to determine with the soundings
whether the Antarctic actually
would be a continent if all the
snow melted or if it would be just
a series of islands.
Fuchs's findings' helped support
the continent theory.
.J'uch.j planned lo lake off for
Scott Base in two nBVdays.
HilUfy will fly back to Scott
Base and then return to a depot
he set up 500 miles from the pole.
There he will meet Fuchs and
finish the journey with him.
could be put into high gear with
"relatively little money." He add added
ed added that it would be a "valuable
supplement" to the Strategic Air
Command's H-bombers because
"it cannot be stopped" by Soviet
air defenses.
The testimony released by the
House group showed that Air
Force officials, including Secret
tary James H. Douglas, believed
funds for manned bembers had
been c h o p p e d oft dangerously
soon. Douglas said he wanted to
keep B52's in production until
missiles proved themselves.
Gen. Curtis E. LeMay, Air
Force vice chief of staff, testified
he believed Russia's air striking
power woum pass ours some
time in 1959. He saia mis country
would be stronger by then hut that

A-Missiles Assumed' On Soviet Subs

Trarvn Ton. 41 (UP) Soviet
submarines have been sighted
cruising in Far Eastern waxers
and "it must be assumed" that
they are capable of la"nch
missiles hunareas oi muc
lano Maw aOurce Said.
But a top-ranaing o"w
made it clear that none of the
Soviet subs had violated any in
ternational DOunaaries.
"But they were on the high
seas an they have just as
riomntri miir-h rleht to be on the
high seas as we have," he said.
The Navy source w m m-merittng
merittng m-merittng or a published story
here that three submarines cap capable
able capable of launching nuclear mis missiles
siles missiles have been sighted on at
least three, separate occasions by
American reconnaissance
This source,said he could not
confirm that the submarines
slahted were equipped with mis missile
sile missile launching gear.
"But," he said, "it has been
said in Washington that we must
assume thjtt the Russians have
subs which are capable of
launching; missiles, -perhaps nu nuclear
clear nuclear missiles."
U.S. Chief of Naval Operations.
Adm, Arleigh Burke, said during
a tour of the Far East last fall.
that the Soviets have more than
100 submarines operating In Far
Eastern aters and that they
represent a menace greater than
Hitler's U-boat fleet during the
Battle of the Atlantic In World
war ii
Naval officials warned that
many sightings ef Russian sub

Barracks

Luxury Liner
Kungsholm
Due At Dawn
Due in at dawn tomorrow with
358 tourist passengers is the Swed Swedish
ish Swedish American Line's luxury liner
Kungsholm.
She is the second cruise ship
within a week to make Panama
her first port of call on a de luxe
dream trip from New York to the
"low South Seas" and return.
The Kungsholm sailed from New
York last Friday.
Sht is tentatively slated for an
arly Canal transit tomorrow,
Fenton and Company, her agents,
hope the can tit up in Balboa
round 2 p.m., thus givinq her
passengers and craw an 11-hour
visit en the Pacific Sid. Most ef
thtm are taking a special shore
tour.
Nine passengers are joining her
here.
The Kungsholm will clear at l
a.m. Thursday for Tagus Cove in
the Galapagos.
Moving on, she will pur into jnu jnu-ku
ku jnu-ku Hiva in the Marquesas; Tahi Tahiti;
ti; Tahiti; Papo Pago and Apia, in Samoa,
and Suva in the Fiji Archipelago.
Auckland, Wellington, Sydney
and Port Moresby are her stops
"Down Under."
From Bali, the will tail on and
on, to Singapore, Bankok, Ma Manila,
nila, Manila, Hong Kong, Kobe and Ye Ye-kahama.
kahama. Ye-kahama. Heading back for the United
States, she will stop in Honolulu
and Lm Ansseles. then trek to
( 'pntrnl America.
A stop in Acaputeo is scheduled
V,.fr h allow un dine Ea'.bo.'.
ro.d'ste.rra.rSff.t dawn;
if allfgoes well. .m
A few hours in Cristobal wil' be
her passengers' last look at for foreign
eign foreign ports before they dock in New
York after 31,603 miles of travel.
he had no "assurance we will be
strong enough."
In this connection, subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee Chairman Lyndon B. Johnson
(D-Tex) said Congress night hsve
to force the administration to in increase
crease increase output of B52 bombers in
the Interim period before long long-rpne
rpne long-rpne ballistic missiles are avail available.
able. available. "I would say the executive has
as yet not proposed any increase,"
the Senate Democratic leader
said. "There is a plan to add
them but it hasn't come up here
and we may have to initiate it."
The Navy's Polaris missile is ex expected
pected expected to be in operation by 1960.
The money request under study
by the committee includes 296
million dollars to build the first
three submarines designed to fire
the missile.
marines are reported, but very,
verv few are confirmed.
"They frequently turn out to
be whales, small righting ooats,
or shadows on- the water," one
Navy officer said.

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EMERGENCY BUILDINGS STARTED ttb,, PTMdfiTit, KlTTUatO, fo.Ifc OVJ
bow tie) watches work get under wa; this afternoon on the foundat
barracks for housing families burned out in the aan Miguel fire.

Smooths Cement
Over Foundations
For Fire Housing

President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. this afternooj
smoothed the first shovelful of cehient mix over what is
to be the foundations of the emergency barracks-type
buildings to house 320 of the families burned out in tht
San Miguel fire.
The ceremony was held directely behind the old Tiv
i Commissary. Scheduled for 12:30 p.m., it got under wav
rive minutes early. Archbishop Francis Beckmann arrived
-ome minutes afterward to bless the spot where the don.
deks are expected to be up in about ten days.
Attending the brief, no-speech ceremony along with
Mr. de la Guardia were Second Vice President Heraclib
Jarletta, Minister of Finance Gilberto Arias, Minister al
iovernment and Justice Max Heurtematte, Minister of
'ublic Works Ernesto Lopez Fdbrega, Panama City Mayor
Jose Cajar Escala, and the President's brother, Carlos de
a Guardia, who as director of the urbanization deoart-

nent of the Institute for Economic Development is in
:harge of the emergency building plan.
The barracks were designed by the President's son,
c.rnesto de la Guardia III, who wa thi architect for tht
lew Nationo. Assembly building.

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TUblic Works ronnjugrWams
started work this merhirtg laying
out the foundation for the barracks.
The plan, drawn up by the
President shortly after the. fre
last week, calls far the construc construction
tion construction of 14 barracks with approxi approximately
mately approximately 320 one-room units.
One toilet and one bathroom will
be provided for every four urUs.
In addition to the government
officials and news photographers
present, a crowd of about 100 per
sons, mainly residents of nearby
tenements, saw the ceremony.
About 48 infants are getting
six feedings a day at the sta stadium
dium stadium from the hands of two
cooks of the Headquarters Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, (4, AAA ef Ft. Clayton.
It just happened, they said today
that the artillery was given the
baby detail.
Big, tatooed Sp3 G. J. Balogh
is a bachelor, working on his first
relief mission anywhere. He ad
mits he had fixed a few bottles for
young nephews and nieces back m
Michigan. And he hopes the expe
rience will be useful when he has
kids of his own.
When given the green light by
his battery commander, Capt. T.
M. Beckham, who had dripped
over for inspection, B a I ogh
proudly displayed a set of bot bottles
tles bottles in one of the two field stoves
assigned to the baby "messhell."
Also, he showed the seven
standard formulas on the infants'
menu. At the request of doctors,
he can also supply tea and pre preserved
served preserved apple juice.
He explained that some of the
infants have diarrhea for which tea
and apple juice are a special diet.
Meals to wit bottles are

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served around the clock, at 1, 11
and 3.
Few babies come near the mess
hall. Instead Panama nurses cany
the bottles to them.
Balogh works with buddy,
Pfe Emanuel Brewn. The two
work 41 hours straight, snatch
ing some sleep when they can.
Then they are off for 41 hours.
The feeding of adults has been
consolidated into a single "battery
kitchen" operated by the 20th In
fantry.
Two flies, or half tents, hav
been put up and the place is roped
off so that fire victims move in
orderly lines past the service ta tables.
bles. tables. There has been seme tendency
to straggle in for breakfast, it
was reported today. Pram new
on, breakfast will be served
from 6:30 until 7:30.
Those being fed new run a
round 450 for breakfast, 700 te
800 for midday dinner and 500 to
600 for supper.
Everything at the stadium seem
ed to be running smoothly today.
The collection of money and re
lief articles at various points is
continuing.
Pickup point are .'ill being
operated on military posts for
collection of items needed by the
victims.
As rehabilitation of families into
housing areas was begun, it was
disclosed that eating utensils ire
required. ?.
People who can contribute cups,
plates or silverware should drop
them at the post collection points
or deliver to the American Red
Cross office, near the Civil Aftairs
Building, between 8 a.m. and 4
p.m.



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FIRE CONTRIBUTIONS
Fire. Fire! How do the treaty-signers feel, getting so much
help from the American hand they bit? I df-n't seem to see or
hear of the names of any of the treaty-signing tam givmg
donations to the burned-out victims. I hear plenty about the
Sommissary Division giving this an$ that. I havenl .heard of
many donations from the merchantsNtfjo wanted the commis-
MriWhat?se the sense o! winning equal rights, and then having
nothtag to back up the responsibilities that go with such rights
'Neither millions not alms, but simply justice:' Is it justice
thlt the Americans should have to bai out the treaty signers
and their friends who have been so critical of the U3?
Where are the treaty signers and those who are claiming a
50-50 split of Canal revenues when Panamanians are burneo burneo-out,
out, burneo-out, homeless and needy? Such houses and Prtoents as are
being built around the city have such sky-high rents that they
are no answer to poor Panamanians' housing troubles.
May God bless America for ever and ever

I COMMISSARY LINES
4ir -a.
' Wouldn't it be nice if there were an express line through
ithe Army commissaries as there is at Balboa commissary' Look
how many people shopping in Balboa can get in and ou- of the
I building in less toon 20 minutes. Many would rather payj&e
.few pennies more it costs to shop In Balboa Instead of standing
! in long lines of loaded-to-the-hllt baskets in the Army stores,
; where you spend five minutes selecting your few items and 45
minutes waiting to gel through the check-out line.

MORE OR LESS ABOUT MAIDS
Sir
' These problems about maids make such fascinating read reading
ing reading that I can scarcely wait each day for the latest installment
in the mailbox. What will happen? v
Will poor Prunella lose her job? Or will her cruel mistress
relent, and reward those years of faithful service by raising her
pay to $25 a month, for working seven days a week, 20 hours
a day, including holidays.
So far, no one has voiced my personal opinions about the
matter, so as usual, 111 have to do it myself. It's so difficult
; to find anyone who can do things to suit you.
I have been employing maids for the past dozen years,
mostly as my personal contribution to the Good Neighbor Pol Policy.
icy. Policy. I not only pay them a substantial chunk of my husband's
salary, but I usually find that I have somehow acquired an ex extra
tra extra unemployed nusband whom I have never seen, and have
become the sole support of six or seven small children who are
all urgently in need of eye glasses, dental work, school uniforms,
and various kinds of costly Injections.
There are other mall expenditures connected with the ac activities
tivities activities of my newly-adopted charges, who all devote their hap happy
py happy hours to falling out of mango trees, .feeing runJtover by chi-

vas, getting poKea in uie eye
aonous plantslp being bitten

Besides the nld blind grandmother Amy new f

eludes several children belonging to a brower-in
an linrnnfrnllahle nrare to eat mckleri Onions, an

rentiy in toe wnsienuary ior snuenmg a oouie oi inese ae ae-licacles
licacles ae-licacles off the pier The mother is in the hospital recovering
Jrom stab woimaa inflicted with an ice pick by a Jealeus Ice Icecream
cream Icecream vendor.'
Naturally, this unhappy, family la being victimised by fir fir-nasty
nasty fir-nasty unreasonable landlord, who threatens to evict them from
their miserable little room unless they pay up the back rent.
They can't possibly do this because they are buying a radio on
the club plan, and need the rest of the money to keep Fuerza
y Luz from shutting off their lights.
- The annual requirements to keep this little household run running
ning running smoothly Include several tons of KUm, salad oil, bean3,
rice and sugar, items which are not available, I am told, any anywhere
where anywhere within a radius of several hundred miles, except at the
commissary.
But the big-nearted (and feeble-minded) mistress will fig figure
ure figure out some solution to it all, if only they can please her.
Ndthrng could make the mistress happier than to have
someone follow her around the house all day with a wet mop,
until she retreats to some inaccessible corner of the clothes
closet, where no mop has ever penetrated.
And keep things clean! Never let a day go by without
placing all the rugs and chair cushions outdoors in the sun, a
process which mysteriously "cleans" them. Well, maybe it works.
I notice that the colors do seem much lighter each time, ex except
cept except when it has rained on them.
And there'a no problem at all if unexpected guests drop In.
The mistress can take her friends to go sit on the front porch
of the Tivoll Hotel.
Naturally they will get each holiday off, with pay, to com commemorate
memorate commemorate everything frcm "National Plantain Picking Day" to
the Independence of Lower Abyssinia.
They will get then children dressed, fed, and off to schoo'
In the morning, and perhaps stop at the market, before report reporting
ing reporting to work at 9 a.m., even if my own moppets go racing after
the school bus clutching a piece of burned toast and one shoe.
And of course they can't stay in the afternoon, because they
have other plans, or else they have a "full-time" job working
for someone else.
Sometimes, while preparing her lunch, I have, in self-defense,
tactfully suggested that my helper might like to step
into her nice clean private shower bath, a perfectly mad idea

which she somehow confuses with jumping off Miraflorcs bridge,
or going to the electric chair.
For all of these little services, I have been paying $40 to

9K a montn, pius inciaeniajs, ior more years tnan I care to
remember.
But the little old feeble-minded mistress has finally flsrur-

out that it mav be cheaner
Jthes to the Ancon laundry.
moiisn an my expensive labor
paying someone to do it.

I can wash my few remaining dishes myself, in real hot
water with lots of soap, instead of watching someone rinse them
briefly under the cold water tap and then bang them briskly
on the edge of the sink.
I can scorch ul my fancy "drip-dry" dresses with a red hot
iron, if I choose. But I rather suspect that my wardrobe will
no longer look as if it had been carried down to the river and
pounded with sharp stones.
But before I touch off an international incident, or stir up
a hornet s nest among my friends across the border, let me add
that I have known a few maids who have had better sense
222? iSSy of my frlends- One of them could easily pass a col col-5E?JP
5E?JP col-5E?JP ncS exam: A"011'"- enough genuine love and
for humamty to o credit to a minister of the gospel,
wnrth Li,l?H!? of m!al resPibilIty has made some of my
North American neighbors resemble a bunch of inrnnii h.iV.

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the mMiirf I Vv -"""cbb. ynaer mere favorable conditions,
eSSSBSgW "sensibility and leadership0 in'
Many of us feel privileged to include them in the rather
small group of extra-special people whom one encounters du
ing a lifetime.
It is because of our personal friendship with these few
tim?s otYmwgfncV0 m Ur hnrt tnTour
..Aw? muf of our aid M te too w cheat, lie,
tSEkJPi ? Bea Psesisons of their own destitute
LS' m 4180 knw that there are those who
'ISrVTlSS ft wecan g. and who wW not turn our
gestures of good will into opportunities for personal gain.
Housewife No. 879538?

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-law

By VICTOR RIBSEL

I would like to share the pre pre-phets'
phets' pre-phets' predictions with you The
wise men inside labor are saying
that soon the Auto Workers' Union,
led by Walter Reuther, will be
stockpiling cars up to 4,000,000.
And by some balmy day in June,
both sides will have piled up
enough to fight it out in a long
strike that could roll right through
the winter.
The $50,000,000 will be Reuther's
special strike find which now has
sOme $24,000,000 in the banks. H
mil 13 Ke (nam than ltfuiKlai4 Kt
VUUiU W IUVV VUHM UVWV1VM j
June by additional special duei of
$5 a month per member. The un
ion's nations! headquarters would'
then act as a "distributing cen center."
ter." center." paying strike relief to all .in .into
to .into workers called out right
through the end of the year If nec necessary.
essary. necessary. Whether the union shuts down
the assembly lines depends, of
course, on whether the Big Three
of auto make test-minute conces concessions
sions concessions to the Auto Union, as they
have for the past decade or more.
Union strategists are waiting
for the important tipoff on the in industry's
dustry's industry's toughness a sudden re
calling of laid-off men and the
speeding up of car production.
That will mean the companies are
finally deciding to take on Walter
Reuther. A speed-up would ouly
mean stock-piling because the one
thing the industry needs less than
the return of the horse, is more car
production now.
There ara ever 150,000 new au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles already stockpiled. By
returning to full production, the
industry eauld whip out an axtra
3,000,000 or mora. This would live
the Big Three GM, Ford and
Chrysler enough cart to tall
ithrough '$1, without producing
another headlight. They would
have filled their '58 quota by
June and without overtime. They
would than bo ready for a strike
a long one.
Reuther and his colleagues had
this all figured when their Execu Executive
tive Executive Board met last week in De Detroit
troit Detroit and debated strategy for two
full days. In the the background
were rackets and rockets. All of
labor's public relations was h&d
for the moment. The day of the
ik, they felt. Was not the day
aii tot a four flay Ween. Reu
caued the snmais for a four
man backfield, consisting of him himself;
self; himself; Leontrd Woodcock, a UAW
Vice-President and head of the un union's
ion's union's GM division; Jack Conway,
Reuther's special assistant, and
UAW's special Projects Director
Nat Weinberg, the wizard of the
guaranteed annual wage days.
They described in detail the "share
the profits" strategy.
They had been developing this
since Hay of '56. At that time
Woodcock said publicly what he
had been discussing privately with
Reuther and the others. The Ilia
Three of auto had profit-sharing
systems. The union's research de
partment reported that GM, ?or ex
empt e, had distributed over $600, $600,-000,000
000,000 $600,-000,000 in ten years to 14,000 of its
executives in special bonuses.
Woodcock toW the union's GM
workers' conference in Detroit
that year that toon the union
would have to ask for some simi
lar system of bonuses for the
membership working in the plants
xnis year, at daw summer
school Sessions, Woodcock kept re referring
ferring referring to the bonus system, say
ing again that the union would
nave to demand it some day
As employment fell sharply, the
four men mentioned above began
to realize that this was not the
time, nor was the country in a
mooa, ior a sharp fight over a
four-day week at five days' py
They reckoned that the nrrrfit
sharing formula wnulri hava tha
widest public appeal and hit the
industry me hardest. This is how
tney reasoned:
First, tha formula would
the support of the companies'
foremen and supervisors because
they, too, would share in the un union's
ion's union's special bonus plan. The
rank-and-file would levo it, not
only tor the extra money, but be because
cause because it would put them on a par
with executives. The consumer
would like it because he'd get a
rebate on his car cost. And the
huge white collar segment of the
industry which R author will
soon enough go after would
alto react favorably since tha
UAW plan includes thorn, too.
The small business would sun
port it because the formula aata a
fixed percentage of profits instead
of a flat amount which the big
companies could afford to pay and
the little fellows couldn't carry.
Furthermore, the union chiefs said
mat since tney were asking for a
share of the profits after these
were earned, thev cnulnVt ha ai
cused of spurring inflation. No
prows, no oonus.
Behind it all is Reuther's basic
strateav hittine acnin and ..m
at profits so that if he can't win a
share of them In the end, he can
at least argue- for a bigger wage
increase.
Bv mid veer. wee'll Vnom
Reuther is a nronhet in his hna& nt

vi Sputn

1 1 1 I 1 I I I I l'

Walter Winchell In

THE BROADWAY REPORT
Brigltte Bardot is as tantrument tantrument-al
al tantrument-al as Maria (Jalias. her iehow
piayers are Bardot's worst critics,
ine war is over, lolka. "Tne K K-ueuiy
ueuiy K-ueuiy oeiow" uiekex oepicts a
U email U-Doat crew aa courage
ous, nouorahie ana patriotic. Acu!
niooie MOQges, the lx-year-old car car-roiop
roiop car-roiop in ine Music Jttansaiioa,
it a happy advert ior Jtios, Inc..
ine amine nau attracts aoout
7 million patrons annually... Six
years 0, idd went into James
Jones' new novel, "Some Came
itumung ... r rigntening statistic :
forty million Americans read mo
vie mags... Albert t. Smaunger,
cfliet 01 a top research compa company,
ny, company, pointed oui: "Mass iv ratutgs
ara unimportant, it is more im important
portant important tu reach the particular
uiaiKet tnat wu buy the sponsui's
prouuer... Baa a or Britain
am a
101I0
Diotto bit and
ingrate com
ments on Kngia
tne Americana..
s oest menus
Sarah, the iot
So Divine one gave a more con
vincing pertormance at tn I'once
Siauou.
Ernie Kovacs and Edie Adams,
who are mister and missus
praise eacu oiner in interviews.
Utooiuv)... "Tarnished Angels"
is another of those xUms thai has
the go-get-em reporter bawling
out tne editor. Ha!... Good to see
Harpo Marx oh teevee, as agile
as ever. Bouncing around, stand standing
ing standing on his head, ate. He's 64....
How many Peeping Toms and
Tomboys are there in the coun country?
try? country? Well, "Peyton Place" has
peddled almost 4 million copies...
Julie Andrews' "The Lass With
the Delicate Air" album is worth
a whirl. She puts the honey ni
English folk songs... The older gla-ma-cuys
are dome- better Man
alright. Mike got Lis, Rex won
Aay ano amg conquered Kathy
Den t invite Jeff Chandler And
Kim Novak to the same poddy.
He tells reporters that "he didn't
enjoy tits love scenes with Kim
Novak." Stlleh boyyy!
Mr. Presley' "Don'! disc is a
dandy... "Smiles of a Summer
Night," a Swedish film import is
oaway nawdy enough to be
rrencn... Things that keeD dip a
wake nighta: Why the iilm titled
"The Inn of the Eighth Happi Happiness"
ness" Happiness" was chaneed tn "Tha. t
?t?e. Six.th appiness"p..Gina
Jiuuopngioa s confession: 'Having

STOCKHOLDERS OF
CERVECERIA NACIONAL, S. A.
(National Brewery Inc.)
We wiiti to remind you that the regular
General Awembly of Stockholders will be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena, Trans Trans-isthmian
isthmian Trans-isthmian Highway, on Monday, January 27
1958, at 7 p.m.
In accordance with the By-Laws of our
Company this meeting can not he held un unless
less unless one-half plus one of the total number
of stockholders are present or represented
by proxy, and at least one-half of the capital
stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend
this meeting SHOULD MAIL THEIR PROX,
IES in due time to Apartado 536, Panama
City.
THE SECRETARY.

a- baby is easier than making a
picture"... The Virginia Ouai'tei-

ly has a provocative piece about
piaywrigius... Two of tne best war
lilms are currently being unreel unreeled.
ed. unreeled. "Paths of Glory" ano 'Bridge'
...One ox teevee's happiest sigats
is Shirley MacLaine's thighiius...
Reminder: Please send a postcard
(or letter) naming your favorite
teevee programs to Walter Win Win-cnei.,
cnei., Win-cnei., N. Mirror, 236 I. 45tn
St., N.Y.C. 17.
Kim Hamilton s entertainment
is jusi uuu m joanny vaisu s po popular
pular popular spoi in ii wood. Scou ttrauy
,a uouuiing as uer puouc relatione
counselor. .nq oi uuer... joei
mccrea a smarms, invested ius
movie com in a rantn years ago.
he was receuuy ouereu a iniiuvn
ior u... t e6gy cue is one 01
ine Deuer rot.y ruytumb... Auu
lime mag amines : "nt u as ug-
iy as an iguana. Wot uaiV. ..Des ..Despite
pite ..Despite us ACuuipeuiors, tiurcon
gaugei ounuaues mnvmn. uvei
xo uii-ioil raoio sets were olo iasi.
year,., len year-oia wur.es oa-
ari, who is so ueuguuui m 'me
D&rk at tne op oi uie iauirs," is
a ueaire vei. Began emouiig
yeais ago... novel m aeit.oou
ia piayme uer un or 5ui return
uaie at uie Miami Beaca &um
Hoc at tail wages, om pmyeu
11 last monui! ( 'atzinifciuo
Aiec Cuinnss is a crowd. In
ah at Seaa he uivs 1 ru.eu
Some years ago, iu hearts
auu Luiuueia, lit: pux.lttua O
roies... Apparently, uiuait uoean t
keep Leoiiara Jtsiutiu ausy e-
nougn. ne is wrruug a u..
Mosi enjoyao.e ieaiue of tv vut
eras nor me is uie llBm puiy
yi.au.ic iiuwer in ugut uitfcCiHSa.
Aaulteress'' lUdtei- is uie titie...
bia acaia, the uoualujah iu uuu i
Go wear, tne Yvaier, is a orain orain-Deaut.
Deaut. orain-Deaut. When sue was an uu uu-Knowu,
Knowu, uu-Knowu, iuiba scma was a win.ivr
Oi numerous iv quiz saows... 't
husoanu i can aiways. get," an an-nouueew
nouueew an-nouueew Douywouu s juau coiuus
Dec a use sn looks liae joaa lo. lo.-lins...
lins... lo.-lins... m. Brauuo gets puoucity
Dy telling miervie wus ne desires
bivay.
Robert Preston has been a per performer
former performer mot 2U years, "xne M'oaic
Man" is his ursi big starcess...
Harper's mag analyzes Mr. Pres Presley:
ley: Presley: "Elvis moves as the spirit
moves him; it all comes natural-,
ly. Hormones now in mm as se serenely
renely serenely as the Mississippi past

New York

Memphis, and the offense lies in
the .eye of tne Deholuer, not in
ams intentions '... flow cntiea.
can critics get? One book' re reviewer
viewer reviewer squawed tnai a new no novel
vel novel weighs too much! Yui Bryn Bryn-er
er Bryn-er is another cigar-lover. Has
over 100 boxes... How can you
become an actor? Richard Wid
mark launched his career as an
accountant... Two years ago, To Tony
ny Tony Perkins was an unknown liv living
ing living in a $50-a-month .apartment.
He still dwells in the same a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. Natalie Weed was earning $1,-000-a-week
in Movieville when she
was -8-years-young... The United
States has invaded Russia! Rock-
nron patters arc becomma n
pmar in the Soviet Union... Sally
Ann Howes, who will replace Julie
Anurews in "My Fair Lady," is
one of Britain's top musical stars.
Have a revolutionary note: Ac Actress
tress Actress Jean Seberg says nice things
about movie critics who have
been unkind to her... When friendi
praise 'Anna Magnani, she inva invariably
riably invariably retorts: "Stop tryini to
make a monument of me!".Wal
ly Vernon (long-time star) W
vived eight heart attacks in
months. He de:ighted the Joe F:
co raasauers uiun ractimnnm s
vent with his fast routines, inc ud-
mg a canwneei in his soft-shoe
speciality. Why isn't he on tee teevee?...
vee?... teevee?... Pageant's tip: "Save
your money. Someday it may be become
come become valuable again."
When mevia stars wad a press
agent goes along on their honey honeymoon...
moon... honeymoon... The public is a tougher
critic than critics. Three dramas
that attracted a mojority of rav raves
es raves this Season will wind up as
llopalooias... Marilyn Monroe's
calender is stiir big box office.
This year, sales topped 7 million..
Before a contestant can appear oh
a major tv quis, he must pass a
few examinations involving se several
veral several hundred stiff queries-Somerset
Maugham has no false mo modesty.
desty. modesty. "My great ambition," he
confessed, "is to be read by as
msny persons as possible." Too
many writers for intellectuals
not people... M. R. Werner's tome,
It Happened in New York," helps
explain why the Big Town is a
Magic City.
Dick Powell explained why tv
on"" ?ts: "f have worked
on one picture almost a year. I
m that time and owned a real
Susan Strasbers and
Richard Burton in "Time Re Remembered"
membered" Remembered" look like younar lov lov-e
e lov-e should look... It neVerf.
"Waif c-S" Producers rejected
J'8 ,81,1 Story," before tne hit
wu finally produced... Noel Co Coward
ward Coward is candid. "The nicest thtog
.nrf?' "ws warming
and lovely and I adore it"...Suiy
Parkers's mode:ing fee: $120 -an-kour
Stanley Frank, the m,g
vee s numbers game as "the ty-
f?.My TtiD"- Jwe Mans Mans-Held,
Held, Mans-Held, the happy bridei told a re re-Porter:
Porter: re-Porter: iu be able to eaten up
on my sleep after I get married.

WASHINGTON Another im-i
irt O nt Mipoa ir Am i tk Pieain I

portant .purge is due in the Eisen
hower guidec missile department.
This time it's missile czar William
Holaday who is getting out
To replace him, the adminis administration
tration administration is trying to entice Carter
Buress, former assistant secret secretary
ary secretary of defense and former presid president
ent president of Trans World Airlines. Bur Burgess
gess Burgess had a good record in both the
Defense Department and TWA,
but finally crossed wires with TWA
owner Howard Hughes.
Holaday's exit will climax a
steady stream of missile experts
who have either resigned or been
fired or otherwise come a cropper
in the Eisenhower administration.
The others are:
1. Trevor Gardner, missile exe executive
cutive executive for the Air Frce who re
signed in protest againse the ad administration's
ministration's administration's slow missile pro progress.
gress. progress. 2. Col. John Nickerson, who pro protested
tested protested against alleged favoritism
to General Motors by Secretary
of Defense Wilson and was court court-martialed.
martialed. court-martialed.
3. Eger V. Murphree, special
assistant for missiles, who also
exited. Murphree had been in
charge of Esso Standard Oil's ga
soline experiments with the Nazi
cartel. I. G. Farben, b ef o r e
Pearl Harbor at the time Stand
ard Oil conspired with I.G. Bar
ben to withhold vitally important
gasoline patents from me USA
4. Lt. Gen, James" M. Gavin, too
Army missile expert who has justj
resigned in protest over missile
mailers.
NOTE Dr. James Kjllian of
Massachusetts Institute cf Techno
logy was appointed by Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower supposedly with full power to
direct and correlate the missile
program. A few days later it be
came known that missile czar
Holaday disputed this.
FRANK! E COSTELLO
AND TAXES'
A new police state method'
usm income taxes to pry into
the lives of prospective jury mem mem-tvjrs
tvjrs mem-tvjrs ha. New York attorneys up
in arms.
Income taxes are supposed to
be saciod and private. It. is a pe penitentiary
nitentiary penitentiary offense for ay tax of official
ficial official to leak inforination regard regarding
ing regarding tax returns. Up until the time
Of Senator McCarthy's investiga investigations
tions investigations this also applied to other
government agencies.
However, when Frank Costello,
onetime king of the gambling
world, came up for trial for income-tax
evasion in New York,
his attorney, alert Edward Ben
nett Williams, suspected that the
government had been probin into
the tax record of jurors.
He asked some blunt questions,
snd U.S. District Judge Francis
X. McGohey ruled that he could
get the answers despite stren-
ous objections Dy government at
torneys.
Williams found that the Justice
Department had asked the Trea
sury for the tax- returns of 209 pro
spective Federal jurors and exam examined
ined examined them to see whether they
ere favorable to the government.
ther they had high or low in
comes, etc.
On the basis of these returns.
government attorneys Classified
prospective jurors and managed
to select for the jury eight favor
able to the government. The jury
convicted Costello.
Costello is now appealing on
three grounds:
1, That his wires were tapped
for three years;
2, That the jury had its income
taxes looked into by the govern
ment;
3. That a mail cover Was plac
ed on his mail for the purpose of
interviewing anyone who wrote
him a letter.
The New York Bar Association
has now filed a brief supporting
Costello in his appeal. New York
lawyers point out that if a jury is
under income-tax scrutiny, it i-
uieiy 10 xeei intimidated ana vote
Canadian Province
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Saskatchewan
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14 Genus of
grasses (pi.)
15 Renovates
18 Do Avar
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2 Paradise
SDeparted
4 Anger
5 More recent
6 Declare
7 Fondle
8 Turn aside
9 Novel
10 Presently
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18 Lamprey "Hawaiian
fisherman wreath
20Nlhta(ab.) Changes
21 Takes into' ML-WaUve
custody body
23 Grandparents! J? tT
26 Poetic 24 Sleeveless
contraction garment

27 Geramt'iwlfa
in Arthurian
legend
31 Lease
32 Fastidious
38 Domestic slave
84 Nautical term
35 Asterisk
38 Obtain
39 Duration of
office
40 Notched,
' at a saw
43 Cartagraph
465ireetion
47 British money
of account
SODyettuff
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mistakes
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this province
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with the government for a convic-
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Note This writer wss Drobah,
ly the first newspaperman to ex
yvac wuk oi rransie umeuo S o-
peratmns back in 1945. Since then
Costello has been convicted on sev
eral counts, r
However. I far oiu An nni ho.
Iieve he should be convicted with
pouce state methods. In addition,
Costello is getting bid, is no long longer
er longer a power in the gambling world,
has probably suffered enough.
MAILBAG
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizo
na Thanks for 'your telegram ad
vising' me that you asked the Sen
ate Rackets Committee to post
pone ns mvestutten of Walter
Reitther and the United Auto
Workers not because you would
be absent from Washinton before
Christmas, but because you con considered
sidered considered Committee Counsel Bob
Kennedy unprepared and uninter uninterested;
ested; uninterested; and that you believe he
will continue to be uninterested...
Gordon Lange, Philadelphia -I
received no reply from Gov. Orv Orv-al
al Orv-al Faubus of Arkansas when I in invited
vited invited him to accompany me to
North Africa to referee the bas basketball
ketball basketball games of the Harlem
Globetrotters ...
CoostaJtin Fetitch, ex-Yugoslav
Ambassador to the U.S. I ao-
prcciaiea yaur leuer advising that
Marshal Zhukov was not given
the red-carpet treatment bn his
trip to Belgrade prior to Zhukov's
purge, because Tito must have
been advised by the Kremlin in
advance that Zhukov was going to
be purged...
Sen. William Proxmire of Wis-
consin I note that you harrow
ed $1000 from your father befe
you' went to Europe, not during
your trip as I previously reported.
and I'm happy to mke it clear
that the loan took place before
the trio started'.
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tilized, fertilized, eggs that develop into
worker bees or queens, depend depending
ing depending upon the needs of the col colony,
ony, colony, and unfertilized eggs that
develop into drones. The drone
has a grandfather but no
father.
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Recalled For Consultations

I SEAWAY BOTTLENECK America's "fourth coast," the 2,300-mile-long St. Lawrence Sea Sea-i
i Sea-i way is scheduled to open to sea-going commerce in 1999. But increased traffic is expected to
j put a heavy load on Canada's Welland Canal, a 77-mile waterway across the Niagara isthmus,
' reviving proposals to construct a second canal which would be entirely on VS. soil. Map at
left shows three alternate canal routes which were first proposed in 1920. Since then, rising costs
and development of the area have added obstacles, but experts agree that a decision either to
help finance expansion of the Welland Canal or build an American one must be made within
the next decade.

Masonic Officials
Visiting Panama
And Canal Zone
Andrew G. Jenkins, Grand Mas

tr of Masons for the common

wealth of Massachusetts, and
nnre Tt. tMon. Grand Marshal,

accompanied by their wives, will
h official visitors to the Canal

7Mn from todav until Fet). 1

They were received at shipside
today by George P. Fullman, Dis District
trict District Grand Master pf the Canal
Zone, and other prominent Masons.
While visiting the Canal Zone
and Panama, the two couples will
be on an extensive program of ac activities.
tivities. activities. The highlight of that sched schedule
ule schedule will be a formal reception for
afi Masons at the Fort Amador Of Officers
ficers Officers Open Mess on Thursday, at
8 p.m. All Masons and their wives
art invited to the reception.
Aftfti- formal calls on the officials

of the Panama Canal and allied
nnraniTations. the officers of the

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts
mill malm official visits to the sev

eral Masonic lodges Of the Canal
Zone and will be received by the
Grand Lodge of Panama.
Jenkins has a wide and extensive
history of activities in the masonic
Hv Ha is fnm Lowell.

Miu where he is a member and

past officer of all branches of the

organisation.

By OSWALD JACOB Y
Writttn for NEA Service

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None
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WEST EAST
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7 2 4 None.
SOUTH (D)
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East and West vulnerable
South West 'North East
3 Pass 6 Pass
Fass Pass
Opening lead K

West opened the king of hearts.

East played the trey whereupon
West shifted to the queen of

trumps.

Red Court Punishes
Three For Ghoulish

'Dead Souls' Racket

Generous George looked happily

at the queen and remarked,- 'n

could take that all right but every
day ir Christmas with me and I

TTntnn. in also Mrt RHTW 01

Lowell. He has ah equally exten extensive
sive extensive record of masonic work. For
years both men have served in the
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts
which has jurisdiction over the
Masonic lodges of the Canal Zone.
Mr and Mrs. Jenkins and Mr.

nd Mrs. Upton will sail from Cris

tobal bound for New xotk on i e.o
L :
Airplane Wreckage
Found Off Honolulu
Believed From (-97

HONOLULU, Jan. 21 (UP) -Rescue
ships and planes pressed
b search for a missing C-97 with

new zeal today with the discove

ry of wreckage in the area wnere
the Stratocnnser was believed to
have crashed.
Search headquarters at Honolu Honolulu
lu Honolulu reported rescue boats yester yesterday
day yesterday recovered bits of foam rub rubber,
ber, rubber, green soundproof boards and
some wood. The debris was float floating
ing floating on the surface of the ocean
about 260 miles Southwest of Ho Honolulu.
nolulu. Honolulu. Planes from the carrier Philip Philippine
pine Philippine Sea has sighted the debris
earlier in the aay. Planes from
rV lime carrier had spotted the

bodies of victims who died in the

crash of a ran Amencanpiane
last. "November.
Th C-97. operating under com

mand of the Military Air Trans-

nnrt Service, disappeared Sunday

with seven men aboard while fly flying,
ing, flying, from Hickam Field, Hawan,
to fcwajalem in the Marshall! on
a routine cargo flight.
Meanwhile, there was no fur further
ther further word on the search in the
Western Pacific for possible sur survivors
vivors survivors of a WB-50 weather plane
that Vanished last Wednesday
while scouting the eye ef typhoon
Ophelia. It carried 10 men.
That search was expanded five fivefold
fold fivefold yesterday when rescue hear hear-uarters
uarters hear-uarters in Guam reported hear hearing
ing hearing repeated radio distress sign signals
als signals on 8364 kilocycles. Searchers
theorized thay could be coming
from the life rafts of survivors.

Quote Unquote

DETROIT Actress Paulette
Goddard in quitting her stage role
and returning to New York to
marry novelist Erich Maria Re Remarque:
marque: Remarque: "The date will be in the very

near future we have been en

gaged five years."

am

trici

aing

to let you

hold that

As usual Georee had been Giv

ing away ice to the Eskimos. He

had to lose a trump tricK no mat

ter how he played the hand and be

wanted to be able to draw the ad adverse
verse adverse trumps without giving the

defense a chance to cash more than

two heart tricks.

MOSCOW, Jan. 21 (UP) The

former director of the Moscow

cemetery and two other persons

received four to ten-year prison
terms from a people's court today

for a dead souls" extortion rack

efc All of their property was con

fiscated.

The former directu of the cem

etery, M. I. Skvortsov, and the

others were convicted in connec

tion with a scheme that capital

ized on crowded cemetery condi

tions and the desire of relatives

to see their dead decently buried

It was charged that relatives had

to Bribe grave digers and cem
etery officials to get plots.

The government newspaper Iz-

vestia unfolded details of the rack

et last month. It was the latest

in a series of exposures of graft
and corruption that included
charges of crooked jockeys and
fixed races at the Moscow horse

racing track.
The government ordered a dras drastic
tic drastic shakeup of the municipal cem

eteries administration in Moscow,

two years ago when it heard hints

of extortion.

But Izvestia chared that brib

ery continued, adding to the grief
of bereaved families.

The oaoer demanded that the

government "end such outrages

at the cemeteries punish those
who profane the memory ol the

dead with dirty machinations.'

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (UP) (UP)-L.ewellyn
L.ewellyn (UP)-L.ewellyn E. Thompson Jr., U.S.
ambassador to Moscow, has been
recalled home for consultations
about a possible new "summit"
Eisenhower and Soviet leaders,
the State Department said today.
Thompson was expeeted to
leave Russia late next week. Upon
his arrival here, he will confer
with Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles and possibly with the

President about the prospects of

a mseting between East West
chiefs of government.

The State DeDartment said

Thompson would be in Washington
about 10 days and would confer
with Dulles about Feb. 1 after the
secretary returns from a Mideast
trip.
Department spokesman Lincoln
White said other U.S. envovs from

the Mideast now in the capital
or returning soon would engage

in talks on the Question of "whom

do we go from here" with respect

to world peace and a reduction in
East-West tensions.
Diplomats said thev know nf nn

plans for Thompson to hold any

preliminary aiscussions with So Soviet
viet Soviet leaders. But upon his return
to Moscow in early February,
they said, he would be exnectpri

to pursue the issue through regu regular
lar regular diplomatic channels.
Thompson presumably would
propose a foreign ministers' con conference
ference conference to do the preliminary
work the President and Dunes
regard as essential to the-success
many new uramit meeting,
The President laid down his
conditions for such a parley in
his recent letter to Soviet Premier
Nikolai Bulganin. His sentiments
were echoed yesterday by Dulles
in a speech to the National Press
Club.
Dulles said failure in any sum summit
mit summit conference now "could inten intensify
sify intensify the cold war and make more
ikely that it would turn into a

not war. He also prodded Soviet

leaaers to Degin work now on
outer space controls.

This country is aow working on
proposals for putting outer space

uuuci uiieriiHuonai control to in
sure its peaceful use. The Rus
Sians so far have dodtred Am n

can efforts for joint work on the

project.
Moscow Radio last night de
nounced Dulles' speech as con

firming his "notorious 'position of

strength' policy." It said the

speech was based on the "preser
vation of the force una might of
the retaliatory olow" by this
country.
The 53-year-old Thompson
knows the Soviets well. He speaks
fluent Russian and has dealt ex extensively
tensively extensively with the Soviets during
his 23 years of diplomatic sorvice.
It was understood 'iere that he
was not entirely pessimistic about
the possibility of negotiating some
limited agreements with the So
viets on disarmament and other
issues.
His reports to the State DeDart

ment were said to hold that some
agreements might be possible this
year because the Russians were
expected to turn their .utention
more and more to their own
domestic industrial and farm
problems.
He a so was known to favor
exchange visits .between' Ameri

cans ana itussians as one
to ease cold war tensions.

way

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HAVE HOT ROD, WILL RACE Hollywood TV stars are getting more like movie stars every
day. Richard Boone plays the role of a western hero in "Have Gun, Will Travel" on TV every j
week, but in Hollywood a snappy custom-built sports car, not a horse, takes him to work. The L
car, with Boone at the wheel, is a Porsche. Only one of its kind in the world, it has a special j
100-pound glass fiber body. Total weight of the $8,000 beauty is 1,000 pounds. The 140- :
horsepower engine can drive the car at speeds up to 135 m.p.h.

HEADS ATOMIC STUDIES
Dr. HertTert L. Anderson, 43,
has been appointed director Of
the Enrico Fermi Institute of
Nuclear Studies at Chicago. He
succeeds Dr. Samuel K. Allison,
who resigned the administrative
duties to devote more time to
studies of low energy particles.

If George had taken that queen
of spades he would have been set.
Suppose he just played a second
heart. West would win and lead
another trump. Now George would

have no trumps left for his two lit

tie hearts. If he tried to run the

clubs he would set one heart dis

card but West would trump in and

be able to cash one more heart.

'US Ruling Circles1
Under Pressure,
Says Peiping Daily

TOKYO, Jan. 21 (UP)-Commu-

nit China said yesterday the

weight of puh'ic opinion forced
President Eisenhower and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
to 'change their tune' to indicate
willingness for summit confer conferences
ences conferences with the Soviet Union.
The official party mouthpiece,
the Peiping Peoples Daily, as asserted
serted asserted "U.S. ruling circles are
faced with ever-increasing pres pressure
sure pressure and are finding it more and
more difficult to persist m their
rude refusal of summit talks and
relaxation of international tension
without bringing themselves into
ever greater dissolution."
The article was broadcast by
Radio Peipin.
It sajd' Eisenhower's "profes "professions"
sions" "professions" of peace in his State of
,the Union address were "utterly
worthless and hypocritical." The
Red Chinese newspaper said
Eisenhower "has pushed the Unit United
ed United States into the road of stepping
Op the arm s race and guided
missiles and nuclear weapons. ."

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Should George simply phy out
the trumps West would win the
third lead and set the hand two

tricks. If George went right after
clubs West would trump the third
lead and promptly knock out dum

my s ace of diamonds.

When George gave away that
first spade trick West Was doom doomed.
ed. doomed. If he played a second spade
George would simply pull trumps
and make all the rest of the tricks.
West noted all this and at least
was smart enough to cash a see see-on
on see-on dheart and keep George from
making an overtrick.

WASHINGTON Maj. Gen. Ber

nard Schriever on this country's

missile program:

"I do not think we are moving

ahead fast enough.

Q The bidding hat been:
South West North East
IV Pass 1 Pass
1N.T. Pass 3N.T. Double
Pass Pass 4f Pass
Pass ?
You. West, hold:

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What do you do?

A Double. Yen plan to lead
the seven of ipadei and business
; should be rood.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:

South West North East

1 Pass IV Pass

1A Pass 3 4 Pass
4 A Pass Pass Pass

You. West, hold:

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What do you lead?
Answer Tomorrow

US Missile Bases
To Be Set Up
Soon In Britain

LONDON. Jan. 21 (UP)-Onlv

final details remain i to be worked

out for completion of a controver controversial
sial controversial Anglo-American plan to estab establish
lish establish four U.S. ballistic missile
bases in Britain, official sources

sflid todsy.
It was understood the agreement
outlined In talks before the NATO

summit conference m Paris last
month, should be ready for signa

tures early next montn.
Negotiations to iron out all the
technicalities were being conducted

through diplomatic channels in

Washington and London ana no
last-minute hitches were expected,
the sources said.
The four bases would be erected
at a cost of 80 million dollars and
would be used for intermediate
rune ballistic missiles (IRBM's).

Under a NATO agreement, other
NATO powers in Europe also can
receive such bases, although Den.
mark, Norway, West Germany and
France were reluctant to commit

themselves firmly to acceptance of

them.
The Kremlin has ured all West

em nations to refuse to accept mis missile
sile missile bases, warning of the horrors
that might befall them in any

future war if they did so.
Th British Conservative govern

ment rejected opposition Laborrte
demands that the missile base pro program
gram program be canceled and went ahead

with Vhe negotiations.

thority under our separation of
powers -tiiebry of government."
WASHINGTON Rep. Emanuel
Celler (D-N.Y.) on why he is in

troducing a bill to grant tax cuts
up to 83 per cent for small busi businesses:
nesses: businesses: "Small' business has been
caught in a triple squeeze of dis disproportionate
proportionate disproportionate taxes, credit short shortage
age shortage and monopoly."

CARTA V I E J A I

j

1

CLAYTON. Ala. Circuit J

Gjorgi Wallace in musing i
l .w ictsral civil rights in ;
Vtors to review the records

ligh court has such au-

WASHINGTON Rep. Kenneth
B. Keating (R-N.Y.) in urging
Congress to act promptly on his
bill to authorize the federal gov government
ernment government to crack down on the
Mafia:
"The fact that few pf the oper operators
ators operators of these nefarious groups
have been brought to book is due,

in part, to the lact that they oper operate
ate operate across state lines and are thus

often able to avoid state law en

forces."

US Accordionist
To Play At Series
Of Local Services
U.S. accordionist Don Landaas
will appear at a five-night series
of evaneelistic services from Jan.

22 through Jan. 28 at the First

Baptist Church of Balboa Heights.
With an unsual ability to create
music on the accordion, Landaas
has played in numerous concerts
as first chair accordionist with
the Symphony Accordion Band.
In 1956 his accordion hand won
the U.S. National championship.

He studied under Eugene Ettore,

concert artist and composer and

at present directs his own ac

cordion studio in the metropoli

tan New YorK area. "Accordion

in Hi-Fi", some unsual recordings

by Landaas, was just recently re

leased.

Don and his electrical accor accordion
dion accordion are a popular feature in
many "Word of Life" radio broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts and rallies as well as other
radio and TV programs.
He will be appearing m the
First Baptist Church along with
Ed Lyman, dramatic tenor; and
Don Robertson, evangelist in a
series of evangelistic meetings
which bein at 7:30 each night.
The public is invited.

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-DIPLOMATIC CORPS TO HONOR DEPARTING ENVOYS,
WIVES AT UNION CLUR RECEPTION NEXT TUESDAY
Members of Panama's Diplomatic Corps will f We a fU
reception at the Union Club Tuesday, Jan. 28, from to
pjn. The affair will honor Colombian Ambassador Raul H.
Barrios and Mrs. Barrios, and Honduran Ambassador Angel
Hernandez and Mrs. Hernandez, aU of whom are leafing
the Isthmus soon.
Honored guests at the despedida will be Panama's Min Minister
ister Minister of Foreign Relations and Mrs. Aquiline Boyd. Tradi Traditional
tional Traditional gifts of a silver tray will be presented to the depart depart-;
; depart-; tog envoys.

Diplomatic Corps Ladies
Civ Farewell Champagne
Party For Envoy's Wirt
Ladies of the Diplomatic Corps
met this morning at 11:30 at tne
Frencn Embassy on La cresia to
offer the traditional cup of cham champagne
pagne champagne in farewell to Mrs. Raul
H. Barries, wife of the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador of Colombia in Panama,
who is due to leave Panma shortly-Following
this tribute, Mrs. Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Vasse, wife of the Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador of France in Panama, enter entertained
tained entertained the group at a luncheon
in honor of Mrs. Barrios.
Melanson Retirement Party
To Bt Held Saturday Night
J A stag retirement party will be
iiven in honor of Waleer T. Melan Melan-son
son Melan-son next Saturday at the Elks'
Htfhie in Brozas Heights.
I liCKeis may oe uuiaiueu uy tai tailing
ling tailing the Wood Shop on the A A-Jlantic
Jlantic A-Jlantic side, telephone 3-1312, and
on the Pacific side by phoning
jjflr, Nathan Ashton, 2-2913.
Naval Officers' Wives Club
$ Carnival Dances
At Luncheon-Meeting
The Naval Officers' Wives Club
held- a luncheon-meeting today at
noon at the Unidn Club. Capt.
Luis Tovar and three associates
entertained with native dances,
which are a part of Carnival fes festivities,
tivities, festivities, and explained the mean meaning
ing meaning of tHem.
Beachcombers' Brawl
At Balboa Yacht Club
Will B Held Saturday
The a n n u a 1 Beachcomber's
Brawl of the Balboa Yacht Club
will be held Saturday at 8 p.m.
on the upper deck of the joint
American Legion Club Balboa
Yacht Club building at Fort A-
uiauuii
This is the big annual event of
the Balboa Yachi. Club at which
,tha new club officers are piped
board while the old ones are
shoved off the ptankr. A full even even-.
. even-. ihg's merriment with games,
dancing prizes for the best cos costumes
tumes costumes and best decorated tah'cs
is planned for the occasion.
Table reservations may be plac placed
ed placed with Mrs. Betty Forgeson, te telephone
lephone telephone Balboa 2556; Mrs. Max
Hartj telephone Balboa 3469, or
by calling the club bookkeeper,
telephone Balboa 2693. Everyone
mannr
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is urged to come early Ssaturday
morning to decorate their tables
Barney Forgeson is in charge
of 'the table arrangement plan
this year, and Wally Pearson is
in charge of decorating the hall.
Tickets are $1.50 per person and
may be obtained through the mail
or purchased at the door; bow bow-ever,
ever, bow-ever, everyone should have a table
reservation for this costume af affair,
fair, affair, and it should be made as
early as possible.
Ft. Gulick Officers' Wives
Hold Lund non Meet in
The Fort Gulick Officers' Wives'
Club held a luncheon meeting re recently
cently recently at the Fort Gulick Offic Officers'
ers' Officers' CIiJx Mrs. Raymond Wilson,
club president, introduced tine ho honor
nor honor guests, Mrs. Harrold, wife
of Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
and Mrs. Ogden, wile of Brig.
Gen. Milton Ogden.
Other guests presented by Mrs.
John Tanner were Mrs. James
Davis and Mrs. C. B. McMath,
guests of Mrs. Gines Perez; Mrs.
Laverhe Sharp, guest of Mrs.
Harold Jones; Mrs. Rowell, guest
of Miss Andrea Rowell; Mrs. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Shelly, guest of Mrs. G. Pul Pul-liam;
liam; Pul-liam; Mrs. H. Legnadier, guest
of Mrs. C. E. Liner; Mrs. L. E.
Lebel, Mrs M. S. Cralle. Mrs
K Wehrier, Mrs. C. E Liner, Mrs
Robert Waring, Mrs. Joseph Gre Gre-zaffi,
zaffi, Gre-zaffi, Mrs. Chiari, Mrs. James
C. Burris, Mrs. Ben Dooley, guests
of the Club.
Mrs. L. A. Izquierdo was wel welcomed
comed welcomed into the Club as a new
member. The ladies of the Fort
Davis Officers' Wives' Club were
also welcomed into the Fort Gu Gulick
lick Gulick Club" and invited to become
active members. These included'
Mesdames Alvie McDuff, H. E.
Small, Samuel Anderson, Jesse
Friese, Robert Passons, S. Lest Lester,
er, Lester, A..L. Swaney, R. E. Odom,
James Eler, and William Fro-
esctmef.
Hostesses for (he luncheon were
Mrs. Louis Marulkr, Mrs. Ralph
Miller and Mrs. James P. Fra Fra-siert
siert Fra-siert The door prnte was 'won by
MrC A. Gomez. .k
Following the liiricheon a uni unique
que unique style show as 'presented und
er the direction of the program
committee, Mrs. Carroll Chaphe,
Mrs. Arthur May. and Mrs. Ha Harold
rold Harold Jones. Models,- Mrs. Fulton
Lesovsky. Mrs Rudolph Best,
Mrs. H. G. Ruthe, Mrs. L. E. Le Lebel
bel Lebel and Mrs. iBenjamin Valdez,

a& all oiddooM

m m tT.vm
Service g7o

GUEST AIRWAYS

anatna

Umm Q0 J 10 (f.
wore garments that can be pur purchased
chased purchased from the Thrift Shop.
A running commentary by Mrs.
Chaphe gave th price of each out outfit.
fit. outfit. Mrs. Ted Holmes accompani accompanied
ed accompanied on the piano. All members and
guests were given a Thritt Shop
price tag with their name and
door prize number as they enter entered,
ed, entered, to carry out the theme of the
program.
The next meeting will be a
coffee at 9:30 on Thursday, Feb.!
20.
Annual Alumnae Banqmt
Will Be Held Sunday
The 14th annual St. Mary's A-
cademy banquet will be held next
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Hotel
Washington. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Alba Moy Moy-nes.
nes. Moy-nes. 38-1565: Mrs. Raauel Casti
llo, 38-1766, or Miss Carmen Ca-
longe, 38-667.
During the evening there will
be the initiation of the Class of,
1957 and installation of officers of.
Visiters Arrives
From Arkansas
Mr. D wight O. Nichols of Eure-j
ka Springs, Arx., arrived Minuay
to pay a brief visit to Panama,
He is a guests at the El Panama
Hilton Hotel.
Passengers Visit
During Ship's Stay
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Baldwin
of Glenbrook, Conn., passengers
on the Panama lane ship Ancon,
will be the house guests of Capt.
and Mrs. William H. Casswell of
Margarita during th ship's stop stopover
over stopover in Cristobal.
Cristobal Woman's Club
Soliciting Clothing
Members of the Cristobal Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club are requested to bring
their donations of clothing ana
other articles for the fire victims
in Panama to the Woman's Club
' .1 fl I luiiUJnrt
room in we ncu vivas uuuuiug
in Cristobal. The articles, collect collected
ed collected will be delivered to people
trom, the devastated area.
Sixth Child Bern
To P. V. Begenes
Mr. and Mrs. P. V.vBagone of
Alamorgando, New Mexico, an announce
nounce announce the birth of their sixth
child, a son, Paul Andrew, born
Jan. 15. Mrs. Bagaone is the daugh daughter
ter daughter of 'Mrs. Arthur W. GouUet of
Ancon.
Fourth D.jgree Knights
Plen Special Function
A dinner at th Tivoli Guest
House will feature the first -thering
of the year to be held bj
the Archbishop Maizteguie Gener General
al General Assembly, Fourth Degree
Knights of Columbus, to be held
next Friday at 6:15 p.m.
His Excellency Archbishop
Francis- Beckman, CM, will be
an honored guest. (
Sukaro In Karachi
KARACHI, Pakistan, Jan. 21
(UP) President Sukarno of Indo Indo-(UP)
(UP) Indo-(UP) President Sukarno of Indo Indo-nAsi'n
nAsi'n Indo-nAsi'n arrived here todav from
Damascus, Syria, on his tour of
the Middle East and Asia.
ii mil oviwetixl tn make a
strong bid for Pakistani support of j
Indonesia's demands to Dutch New
Guinea. V
' SECOND FLU WAVI
BERLIN (UP) Doctors today
fought a second wave of Asian
flu. They said the expidemic was
expected to be mild and. that most
of the victims would be persons
who escaped the disease Isst fall.
Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor
v-s
k tradraiua
of th.
nakmol
CamttMI'i Sofv.
The juices of 8 different garden garden-fresh
fresh garden-fresh vegetables are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meals V-S
gives you the refreshment
you want, and the nourish nourishment
ment nourishment you need.
it iintMei It eweh wee at leleat

mtr m lllBr AHHHB few m H

THREE NEW OFFICERS took over the reins of the Non Commissioned Officers wives Club of
Fort Clayton recently- during an inauguration ?eremony held at the Non Commissioned Officers-Open
Mess. Shown from left to right receiving honors from their predecessors, the out outgoing
going outgoing and incoming are: Mrs. Jeanne Cojlins, new treasurer; Mrs. Maxine Stokes, outgoing
treasurer; Mrs. Betty Moore, new president; Mrs. Betty Brogan, outgoing president; Mrs. Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Taylor, outgoing aecretary, and Mrs. Virginia Mosley, new secretary. (U.S. Army Photo)

What Do Women Admire
In Women? Not The Best

WOMEN rarely admire other
women. for their brains, dependa dependability,
bility, dependability, good dispositions or good
works.
They have a few kind words, of
course, for the brilliant Susans,
the dependable Marthas, the plea pleasant
sant pleasant Pollys and the busy Berthas.
But if youll listen carefully,
you'll see that the women other
women admire most, the ones they
speak of with envy in their voic voices,
es, voices, are women with lesser and
more superficial accomplish accomplishments".
ments". accomplishments".
First on the list of most admir admired
ed admired are the women with the best
figures and the admiration is
greater the longer a woman man manages
ages manages to keep a neat, trim, girlish
figure. Beside that single accom-
Ex-PC Board
Member Dies
In Omaha At 65
Theodore H. Maenner, Omaha.
Neb., real estate executive and
former member of the Panaris
Canal Co. board of directors, died
suddenly in Omaha, Friday, mc mc-cording
cording mc-cording to news received by rela relatives
tives relatives on the Isthmus. He was 65
years old.
The son of a one-time employe
of the Isthmian Canal Commission
and himself a resident of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone during the early part of
the construction period, Mr. Maen Maenner
ner Maenner was well known in the Canal
Zone. His nephew, Maenner B.
Huff is an employe of the Account
ing Division.
Mr. Maenner's father, the late
Ludwig T. Maenner, was chief
draftsman for the Isthmian Canal
Commission between July 1900 and
August 1909. Mr. Maenner lived
with his family in Culebra for over
a year during 1906 and 190?.-
A graduate of Washington Uni University,
versity, University, he practiced architecture
in St. Louis from 1914 to 1917. Aft After
er After service in World War I; he en entered
tered entered the real estate business in
Omaha, designing and building
houses for 10 years. Since 19.'i0 he
was in general real estate busi business,
ness, business, sales management, and in insurance
surance insurance in Omaha. He was ap appointed
pointed appointed to the board of directors of
the Panama Canal Co. ih 1D54 and
served for over two years.
Surviving him are his wife, one
son and two daughters.
REGISTRATION FOR
TEENAGERS &
"I. M 111 1
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tri-
Next admired is the well-dressed
woman, the woman who would
be on the local best-dressed list if
there were one. Wherever she go goes,
es, goes, other women look at her with
admiration mixed with more than
a little envy. And they study her
as carefully as they do the fash fashion
ion fashion magazines. For the local style style-setter
setter style-setter is always a woman of im importance
portance importance to other women.
NEXT, perhaps, they admire the
woman who entertains with not on
ly ease and graciousness but a de
finite flair and daring to be dif different.
ferent. different. Children and husbands may
think a good plain cook is tops.
But women reserve their admira
tion for the woman who always
has a new and different approach to
food and entertaining.
Then, too, women always seem
to reserve recognition for the
woman that men find more attrac attractive
tive attractive than women find likable. This
admiration is gruding and a lit little
tle little frustrating, for women can't
quite see why men are taken Jin
by such a woman's obvious flat flattery
tery flattery and feminine tricks.
Mavbe it is because all women
are actresses, at, heart that they
are most impressed by woman
whd choose a role in life and play
it to perfection however light lightweight
weight lightweight that role may happen to
be.
Pculette Goddard
Quits Road Show,
Plans To Mdrry
DETROI (UP) Actress Paul Paul-ette
ette Paul-ette Gdddard flies back io New
York yesterday because she was
"homesick" and intends to marry
noveJist Erich Maria Remarque.
Miss Goddard announced Satur Saturday
day Saturday night she was. leaving the
road show of "The Waltz of the
Toreadors" after four months.
Stage, screen and television star
Betty Field took over Miss God God-dard's
dard's God-dard's role Sunday night.
Miss Goddard, who has shed
three husbands, would not be
pinned down on when she planned
to marry the German novelist.
"But it will be in the very near
future," she said.
Remarque was the author of the
war novels, "All Quiet on the
Western Front" and "A Time to
Live and a Time to Die." Miss
Goddard would not comment on
his marital status of age.
DANCE CLASSES
PRE-TEENS
WIRZ STUDIO
Next to K or C Balboa
Thurs. 3:30 p.m.
to 5 p.m.
Fri. 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.rrw
Sat. 9 a.m. to noon
CLASSES FOR
inners Intermediate
and
Advanced Courses In
" "II 1
Jitterbug, with FLIPS k LIFTS
CALYPSO Cha Cha Cba La
MONTHS COURSE

plishment other virtues and
umphs seem small.

MAKE FRIENDS
If you don'Uwant to be thought!
rude don't go around asking a lot
of personal questions. If people

want you to know how much they here last year suffered a vio'ent
paid for something, how muchjhey. deatn, It sajd that Of 2,004 deaths,
earn, how old they are. etc., they'll 53 persons died in trafiic acei acei-tell
tell acei-tell you without your asking. If i dents. 14 were asphyxiated, 8 died

not, they will resent bein" forced
into a corner where they either
have to tell or refuse.
Curiosity not only1 killed h eat
it has often killed friandships in
the makinq.
Each, notice for inclusion in thit
column should be lubmitted in
type-written form and mailed eo
the bos number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hind to the office. Notices of of-meetings
meetings of-meetings cannot be accepfed by
telephone.
USARCARIBAIR Credit
Union To Meet Friday
The annual meetin of the U U-SARCARIiBAIR
SARCARIiBAIR U-SARCARIiBAIR Federal Credit U U-nion
nion U-nion will be held Friday, Jan. 24,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Curuhdu Com Community
munity Community Building.
Caribbean Stamp Club
To Hold Melting Tonight
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
meet tonight at 7:30 in the card
room of the Tivoli Guest House.
Adult collectors are welcome to
attend the meeting. On Feb. 2 the
Club will have a stamp auction.
Balboa Federal, Credit
Union Meets Saturday
The Balboa" Federal Credit U U-nion
nion U-nion No. 5849 will hold its annual
mpptins Saturday. Jan. 25 at 7
p.m. at the Ancon Laundry annex'
in me uune ui uie viu nujatcm
to the Little Theatre.
An interesting program is ptan ptan-ned
ned ptan-ned for the membership, includ including
ing including the readin of various com committee
mittee committee reports, elections and a
brief summary of the many ac activities
tivities activities the organization partici participated
pated participated 'in during the past year.
All members have been request requested
ed requested to attend and to be on time.
Natural History Society
Will Meet Tomorrow
Tho Panama Canal Naturay
History Society will meet at 8
p.m. tomorrow at Gorgas Memo Memorial
rial Memorial in Panama City, Members
may bring guests. Mrs. Florence
Mallett will show colored slides
of pictures taken on a trip to
Europe last summer.
Balbba Woman's Club
Board Of Directors
Will Meet Tomorrow
The fioard of Directors of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
tomc-'row morning at 9. o'clock in
the library of the USO-JWB build building
ing building in Balboa.
CUTICURA Talcum
Acts Like Magic.'
Fine, soft, delightful delightfully
ly delightfully fragrant Cuticure
Talcum contains de deodorant
odorant deodorant antiseptic
C-8 (Heiachloro (Heiachloro-phene).
phene). (Heiachloro-phene). Keeps the
akin fresh and sweet
Soothee sunburn.
Prevente, relievee
heat and diaper rash,
loot irritations. Buyt
1 1 ?
.a

Porkr Ham,
Companion

WANT something different to I of bread, butter side up. Brown on
serve with pork, ham or duck-j sandwich grill and serve unme unme-lings?
lings? unme-lings? i diately. Or heat in pancake gird
Wet ried his last week and real! die over moderate heat. Brown

ly enjoyed it. You may, too.
Orange Rice (Ma's 4 servings)
One-quarter cup bitter, 1-4 cup
finely diced onion, 1-4 cup finely
diced celery,, 5-pound package pre
cooked rice, 6 pounce can sliced
broiled mushrooms, V cup frozen
concentrated orange juice, M cup
water, about 1 teaspoon salt, l-
teaspoon pepper.
Melt butter in saucepan. Add o o-nion
nion o-nion and celery and saute over
moderate, heat until just tender,

about 5 minutes. Add rice and stir ,
until coated with buter. Drain An informal tour of Coco Solo
mushrooms and add l.roth to or- Hospital and the readin? of a
ange juice: Add enouh water toi technical paper at tonight'.? open open-make
make open-make 1V cups liquid. Add to rice, ling meeting of the Pan Isthmian
Add mus' rooms, salt and pepper. I Medical Society were on today's
Bring to quick boil, stir once, cov-1 schedule of Dr. Henry T. Randall,
er tightly and remove from di- The doctor, one of the outstaid outstaid-rect
rect outstaid-rect heat. Allow to stand in warm ing cancer specialists in tho l!nit l!nit-place
place l!nit-place about 10 minutes. Serve with ed States, is visiting the Isthmus
roast pork, duckling or ham. Unis week as a guest of the Canal

Also, aitlerent are these toasted!
tea sandwiches:
Toasted Mushroom
Tea Sandwiches (Makes 24)
Three ounce can chopped broil
ed mushrooms, 1-3 cup milk, 1;
teaspoon concentrated spice toma-!
to sauce, z arops not pepper sauce
i teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon corn
starch, 1 ounce American cheese,
Drain mushrooms, reserving
broth for use in soup or gravy.
Finely chop mushrooms. Combine
milk, seasoning sauces, salt and
cornstarch in small saucepan. Cook
over moderate heat, Stirrin con constantly
stantly constantly until sauce thickens. Low Lower
er Lower heat, add cheese and stir until
cheese is melted. Remove from
heat, and add chopped mushrooms.
Spread lVs-inch rounds cut from
thinly sliced bread with butter.
Spread unbuttered side with mush mushroom
room mushroom filling. Top with second rotond
UZT,Vl .rA
niueeiil ri-rv wml CUT
ri that' one
I nilt nf pvrv 2n Wsiw who died
in faljs, 6 in factory accidents, 6
in plane crashes and 3 by drown drowning.
ing. drowning. There also were four murder
victims, three unsolved.

Avianca Announces New Service
To San Andres Island
A new vacation paradise in the Caribbean now accesfible
to Panamanian and Zone residents.

On Wednesday, January 22nd I
AVIANCA will inaugurate
scheduled flights to the Island
of San Andres, In the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian archipelago of San Andres
and Providence wnich is located
off the coast of Nicaragua.
This new service, being in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated by The Oldest Air Airline
line Airline in the Americas will giye
the many Colombian travelers
to San Andres the opportunity
I to visit Panama: as well as
offering both Panamanians and
Zone residents a new and ex exciting
citing exciting haven for short vaca vacations
tions vacations and weekend trips,.
San Andres has developed
into a new tourist center -which
Is easily accessible because of
Its excellent airport facilities
capable of handling any type
aircraft now being flown com commercially.
mercially. commercially. Some time ago, San
Andres was declared a Free Port
affording an added attraction
to tourists through Tax Free
purchases. Not only does this
beautiful island have many
comfortable small hotels, but
there is currently under cons construction
truction construction a modern, luxurious
400 room hotel.

Asehbishop Francisco Beckman blesses two 1000 kilowatt diesel
generators which were inaugurated last Thursday in a cere ceremony
mony ceremony attended by high officials of the Panamanian Govern Government,
ment, Government, the Canal Zone and Compaiiia Panamena de Fuerza y
Luz. These mobile units were purchased from the General
Motors Corporation in the United States at a cost of 130,001
each. The Installed cost of the units in Panama Is approxim approximately
ately approximately $300,000. They will assure continuity of electric service
in the event of future emergencies.

Duck Have New

In Orange Rice
sandwiches on one side, about
mmutcs. Turn and brown on see-
! ond side. Then serve at once,
i
Cancer Specialist
Tours Coco Solo
Hospital today
zone cancer committee
Yesterday he toured Gorgas hos
pital and also gave a lecture to
Panamanian and Canal Zone doc doctors
tors doctors on the latest improvements in
cancer treatment techniques.
In touring the hospitals tie Holds
informal discussions with medical
personnel!
Tomorrow he will hold consulta
tions fo rabout IS special cancer
rases in (Inreas hnsnital.
The doctor, who is clinical direc director
tor director and chairman of the depart department
ment department of surgery of the Memorial
Center for Cancer in New York, is
scheduled to speak for one-half
hour on CFN-TV Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He will discuss in layman's
language the latest progress in
treating cancer.
ANSWERS HERRING NOTE
FRANKFURT, Germany (UP)
George Eisenbart sent orf a re reply
ply reply today to a letter delivered by
a herring. Eisenbart bought the
herring in a Frankfurt fish shop
and found a small celluloid cap capsule
sule capsule with a note inside when he
cut it up for .frying. The note
said: "Greetings irom the Lofoten
Islands, Mxim Djerkahn, Reykjva Reykjva-ik,
ik, Reykjva-ik, Iecland." Eisenbart wrote to
Djerkahn asking whether he used
the herring on purpose or whether
the capsule was dropped into the
sea and swallowed by the fish.
Islands lend themselves to
The calm clear waters of the
many water sports; such as
deep sea fishing, skin diving,
water skiing, etc. Truly' an is island
land island paradise for relaxation In
the natural splendor with which
these tropical islands have been
endowed.
The currency of San Andres
Is the Colombian pesos which
enjoys very advantageous ex exchange
change exchange of 8.30 to 1.00; thus en enabling
abling enabling the Panamanian and
Zone tourist to enjoy an In Incomparable
comparable Incomparable vacation at a very
nominal cost.
Mr. Jorge Saavedra G. Spe Special
cial Special Representative for Pan Panama
ama Panama and Central America, an announced
nounced announced that AVIANCA now of offers
fers offers flights from Panama to
San Andres every Wednesday
and Friday, with departure
from Tocumen at 10:00 aim
and return, flights everj
Wednesday and Sunday. Th
rates which have been estab established
lished established are the lowest possible;
with flights aboard the luxuri
ous four engine Douglas air-i
craft of the only airline in th
Americas with 38 years experi experience.
ence. experience. (Advt).

I



TBESDAY, JAM" ART 21, 1958

PANAMA AMERICAN AN rf DEPENDENT MILT NEWSPAPER

Vflinvra'c Ctinnnrharc In Guatemala "hrPAtpfl

- m Plan New Missile

Civil War If He Does Not Become President After First Fails

Teenage Rocketeers I Anonymous Telephone Tip Warns Of Dynamite

In Basement Locker Of Central High School

urn i iMnWlRTI Pnnn

. .. m I unbLaJiuiu", v

OUATEMALA CITY, Jan. 21 (UP) 5uprtr of riftititi un. miguei TOigoras ruinwi, wno won ounaaj FouI teen-age rocketeers wnose

residential etection, warned today that if thetr man is not inaugurated it wrll mean civil war.
Ydigoras won tha eloction by a margin oi more than 40,000 vote, but because he did not poll a clear major majority
ity majority f the totai vote the final decision reeta with a Congreee dominated by supportert of the governmeni candidate,
Joae L Cruz Salazar. , L. .. . UJ!
"if Congress should ignore the will of the Guatemalan people, civil war is inevitable, said leaders of Ydigo-

"Tha October etreet riots (which forced cancellation of that month's election) Are nothing to what will hap happen
pen happen if Ydigoras is defrauded again."

ui u m.H iuitu. whose ODDonents say he as-1 an absolute majority in Con-

jLrLVnrrrUv that "it islplres to set up a dictatorship,

tut. atrtrkCT nnlv that

C. t'via n.nnip who voted for

me" to choose a course of actton.
On the basis of nearly com complete
plete complete returns, the choice Con Congress
gress Congress will have to make lies be be-,
, be-, tween Ydliroras and leftist can can-didote
didote can-didote Modio Mndez Montal '-gro.
gro. '-gro. who nosed Cruz out of sec second
ond second place.

over i, L,.
was considered possible that
I the government candidate
might yet move up to second

J place. .
1 Cruz said the returns so far
' were not disappointing to him
1 nd expressed confidence that
flats returns from the provinces
Iwottld put him ahead. "We .are
' tounning about the way we ex ex-Jbected,"
Jbected," ex-Jbected," he said.
1 He pointed mat that the vote
was not in yet from large gov government
ernment government owned plantations
where his movement expected
tn receive its strongest support.

r, Mt.tmated there were

some 30,000 voters in the govern govern-mf
mf govern-mf nUntAtlons taken over

from German citizens during
World War II which tradition traditionally
ally traditionally have supported the party in

Other estimates of qualified
plantation voters ran as high as
100,000.
The big surprise to many
was the strong showing being
made by the leftist Revolution Revolution-try
try Revolution-try party in this country
v which four years ago threw
outt the Communist-tainted re regime
gime regime of President Jacobo Ar Ar-benz
benz Ar-benz and installed a middle-of-the-road
democratic gov government.
ernment. government. r.rm na.mnB.ie.ned on a Plat

form Of continuing the policies
of President Carlos Castillo Ar Armas,
mas, Armas, who threw out. the Commu Communists
nists Communists in the 1954 revolution and

no Murfnu.ited bv a Commu

nist member of the palace guard
last July. M. -.,
The rightist candidate ydigO-

arabbed the lead at the begin

ning by winning in Guatemala

City ana continued aneaa as
early unofficial incomplete re returns
turns returns came in from the provinces.

Camnaicn sneakers claimed

L the U.S. embassy here subsi

dised the Cms campaign. Crui
resigned as ambassador to the
United States to run for the
presidency.
Ydigoras supporters also claim claimed
ed claimed an American oil man had of

fered Ydigoras $50(WWO to quit

the race.

Mendez, whose party is ioentl ioentl-fled
fled ioentl-fled with leftist elements and

outright Communists but who
publicly disclaimed Communist
support, ran a strong second in
the capital but was being over overtaken
taken overtaken by Cruz in the provinces.

The coalition DaccnR cruz nas

gress.

mere was an important ana
perhaps decisive difference be between
tween between the Dresent situation and

that of last October when the

earlier election was voided.
The Ydigoras riots In Octo October
ber October caught the government
and the entire country com completely
pletely completely by surprise.
Tills time, the caretaker IOV-

ernment ot provisional Presi President
dent President GuUlermo Flores Avenda Avenda-No
No Avenda-No deployed military forces at

strategic points ootn m tne
capital and the interior to pre prevent
vent prevent similar disorders,
snecial forces were detailed to

protect election boards and the
National congress, where the fi final
nal final tallying of the popular votes
will take place.

Macmillan Arrives
In New Zealand
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Jan

21 (UP) -(British Prime Minister

Harold Macmillan, suffering from

a cold that pushed his temperature

up to 101 degrees, arrived here

today for the nextt o last stop on a

tour of Far Eastern common

wealth nations.

Macmillan told newsmen ne

rausht cold in Singapore arid took

drugs to sleep it off; He slept so
soundly he was not aware of the
plane landing at Richmond Air

Force base near oyaney, Australia
for a brief stopover.
Australian Air Minister Frede Frederick
rick Frederick Osborne and other dignitaries
were there with an honor guard
and a battery of television and)
newsreel. cameras. But Macmrl Macmrl-w
w Macmrl-w aides let him sleep on and

the welcoming party did not see

him.
He will return to Australia for a
formal visit before goin hom i

U.N. Secretary
Stabbed Py Youth
In Central Park

NEW YORK, Jan. 21 (UP)

A voting United Nations secretary

walking to work through Central
Park was stabbed in the bafck to today
day today by a grimming teen-ager, po police
lice police said.

Mrs. Odile Villars, 28, personal
secretary to French Ambassador

to the United Nations Guiliaume
Georges Picot, did not discover
she had been stabbed until she
arrived at the French embassy
and took o'f her coat. The wound

required 18 stitches to close.

Mrs. Villars said the youth, a
slender six-footer, walked up be behind
hind behind her and "pushed me." She
said he erinned at ther and then

fled. There was no attempt at

robbery.

Police said the woman was
saved from more serious injury

by her heavy tweed coat.

JFB Donates

Clothina, Food
To Fire Victims
Members of the Junta Femeni Femeni-na
na Femeni-na de Beneficencia were received

at the National Stadium last Fri

day evening by Mrs. Mercedes
fialindo de de la Guardia. presi

dent of the Panama Red Cross and
other authorities, who thanked this
organization for their and to the
fire victims,.
The same evening clothing and
food were distributed among sev several
eral several of the victims from the sup supply
ply supply held in reserve by the Junta
and donations received from the
American Auxiliary Post No. 1 at
Corozal, through the instrumentali instrumentality
ty instrumentality of Mrs. Eneida Hamlett Frank Franklin
lin Franklin and Mrs. Esther San Miguel,
co-chairmen.
A second distribution was made

on Saturday evening and anoth

er it planned for tomorrow.
A special appeal is being made

for baby and children's clothing.

including diapers, and wearing
apparel for men.
All members of the Junti Feme Feme-nina
nina Feme-nina are urged to be at Cecil War

ner's office tomorrow evening at
6 for a special meeting with Mrs.

Esther Sap Miguel as guest speak
er.

.irst attempt to launch their home

made, 67-inch rocket fai'ed, were
preparing today to try again with
an improved guided missile model.
The quartet, Charles Swenberg,
17 and William Bavne. Neil Buck

ley and David Gay, all It, built
their rocket from plans printed by
a science magazine and then took

it to the naval testing site at
Wallops Island, off the Chinco-

teague, Vs., coast, raey mamea
the launching failure Saturday on
a clogged fuel nozzle which forced
the fuel a mixture of powdered
zinc and sulphur through the
seams on the aide of the rocket.

Swenberg said he and the other
apprentice scientists planned to
start work on a new model at the
Fort Hale Naval Training Center
in New Haven this week. "It will

be the same type with a few minor
changes," he said. "Wc would like
it to have more controls and be
guided, possibly by using some

sort of gyroscope, and seamless.
The Navy, possibly with the fail

ure of the Vanguard launching at

Cape Canaveral, Fla., in mind, is
sympathetic. Swenberg said it has
invited him and the other boys
back to Wallops Island when they
are ready to make their new try.
Portrait Of Yankee
In Southern Capitol
Stirs Up Protests

Grand Jury Asked To Ind kt Klan Wizard
For Inciting Riot With Indian Tribesmen

German, Italian.
French Defense
Ministers Huddle

7

MAJCTON, N. C.'Jan. 21 (UP)
noheson County Grand Jury

was asked today to indict Ku Klux
Klan Wizard James W. Cole for
inciting Saturday night's, not at
which Lumbee Indiahs broke up
a Klan rally with gunfire and war
whoops.
The wizard, a part-timt preach preach-'
' preach-' r. from Marion, S. C, countered
with plans to file suit against

Robeson County Sheriff Malcolm
McLeod for denying "constitution "constitutional
al "constitutional rights" to Klansmen. Cole ac accused
cused accused the Indians of violating the
law.

McLeod, who said he had told
Cole he would be "asking for trou trouble"
ble" trouble" if the Klan persisted in try trying
ing trying to hold the rally, said he held
the Klan accountable for the riot
which Woke out. Four persons
were nicked by peltets in the wild
shooting en a darkened rural field
near Maxton.
McLeod went before the grand

i jury in Lumberton, tne county

seat, to ssk uoies inoicuuom..
r.lft admitted som of the 50 to

75 Klansmen may liave brought

guns, but said "we aian t soiicn
people bringing guns to the raj y."
Klan On Private Property

"It amazes me to think there

could be any possibility of indict indictment
ment indictment on our part." Cole said. "We

were on private property, leased

by us, for a private meeting.
"These people ... the Indiana,

trespassed, bearing arms . stole
our equipment and made off with

it, damaged our aulomoones ana
endangered lives .
"I am astounded that Sheriff
McLeod lays he will not bring
charges against any of the In Indians."
dians." Indians." Interviewed by telephone,' Cole
said the Klan would hold a rally

sponsored by a local klavern oiear

Athens Court Heavily Guarded As US
Airman Faces Trial In Herb Slaying

Burington, N. C, next Saturday

ntgtyt. ana :so w, as i iuiuw
now, 1 will be at Burlington."
Will Maintain Order
Alamance County Sheriff Joe
Cnle. no relation o the Klan lead-

k,r. 11 at Riirllntftnn that if the

Klan shows up "we are going to
be on hand to maintain order.
Burlington is arvwt 150 miles north
of Maxton, well removed from the
"Indian country" of southeastern
North Carolina.
The nroud Lumbee Indians, who

have no formal tribal organization

although they number some hj,uuu
were "stirred up" by Klan cross cross-burnings
burnings cross-burnings in the county earlier last
week. Klan spokesmen told report reporters
ers reporters the cross-burnings wer in intended
tended intended to discourage Indians from
racial misine. i

Cole said "I have received

phone calls from ail over the
country, many people whom I do
not know called to say they were

glad to know that there was no

not on our part.
Cole complained bitterly that po
tice refused the Klan "protec
tion."

1 ATHENS, Jan. 21 (UP)-U. S.
Airman 3C Marion Musilli went
en trial before three judges in
a heavily-guarded courthouse to today
day today on a chare of running down

and killing a Greek left wing war wartime
time wartime resistance hero in an Air
Force ear.

The 22-year-old airman from
Benwood, W. Va., was accused
of involuntary manslaughter. He
faces a penalty of from three
months to five years imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment if convicted at the non-jury
trial. He also can be ordered to
pay compensation to the victim's
widow.

BONN, Germany, Jan. 21 (UP)
Defense ministers of West Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Italy and France met here
today to discuss common research
and development of weapons.
The meeting, sponsored by West
German Defense Minister Franz Franz-Josef
Josef Franz-Josef Strauss, and attended by
Italy's Emilio T a v i a n i and
France's Jacques Chaban-Delmas.

was held at the Defense Ministry
here.

Strauss has long been the cham

pion of a standardized arms pro

gram anions the NATO powers.

but this was the first time the

three defense ministers met to dis discuss
cuss discuss details.
Last year France and. West Ger Germany
many Germany signed an agreement-in-prin-ciple
to take part in a common
weapons research, development
and production program which

was later joined by Italy.
Today's meeting was expected
to be devoted to working out the
details of this programd and set setting
ting setting out the various fields in which
each country should specialize.

Among the weapons discussed
were armored vehicles, anti-tank

rockets, communications e q u i p

ment, field artillery, and small

arms.

JACKSON (UP) A Yankee

general's portrait hanging in the

Mississippi Capitol today stirred
up a storm of protests in this
Deep-South city.
The portrait of Adelbert Ames,
a native of Maine who served as
governor oi this state during Re Reconstruction
construction Reconstruction Days, hangs in the
Hall of Governors.
A Sunday newspaper pointed out

the presence of Ames' likeness in

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a ranxee uni.orm wun ma cuesi

covered bv "a line of military

decorations earned by the blood

of Confederate soldier boys.

Henry M. (Doc) Faser, who

led the 1948 walkout of the Mis

sisaippi delegates to the national
Democratic convention, wrote Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Heber Ladner that
he was "shocked beyond words"

over the portrait hanging in
place of honor.

"Are the portraits of Hitler,
Mussolini, Joe Stalin and others
of their ilk hanging in the Capitol
buildin in Washinton?" Faster
asked.
Ames resigned as governor in
1878 after the House voted to impeach-him
following a heated con
troversy one that could be
matched more than 80 years later
by the presence of the stately
painting.

T.ITTI R nflT.ir krV Jn i

(UP)- A stick of dynamite was

found yesterday in a locker m

Central High School, which nine
Negroes integrated last Septem September
ber September under the protection of para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers with M l rifles and
bare bayonets.
Superintendent of Schools Vir

gil T. Blossom disclosed that the
FBI had reports of two sticks.
But he said, after a long search,
that "we think we have found

everything."

He also disclsed that there was
another "bumoina" incident yes

terday between a white student
and a Negro. It was another in

a series of incidents that started
when the paratroopers left.
The stick of dynamite, believed

to have been stolen from a con

struction project, had neither fuse

nor cap and was relatively narm

less.
"This aopeari to be part of a

campaign by a few people to force
the closing oi C e n i r a i High
School," Blossom said. "We do not

feel that we have any one in

this community who will actually

carrv throueh with anv such ac

tion that would cause serious
harm to any students in the

school.

"This type of harassment can

result in uocning out harm to tne
education of all students.

"School authorities and all law

enforcement officials are taking

every precaution for the safety of

everyone concerned.
Gov. Orval E. Faubus kept Ne

sroes out ox central tugii, whicn

has nearly 2,000 white students,

lot 1 uays after it opened last

September because he teared in

tegration would set off blooay vi

olence.

He finally took the troops away

under federal court order and on
September 23, a riot broke out at

Ceoural nigu auu vuu aud iNegro

reporters and photographers were

beaten by a mob.

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Little Dutch Girl Contaminates Home

With Radioactive Needle Tip In Nose

and court guards before they could

enter the courtroom.
The prosecutor read the charge
to the court, that en May 31, 1957,
Musilli struck and killed Seraphis
and knocked down and seriously
injured his English -born wife,

Mary, wno was walking with him
at the seaside.

Musilli listened attentively as a

Greek interpreter whispered a run

ning account oi tne proceedings to

mm.

Red publications drummed up

the case as a means of support

in their "Yankee go home" poll

CMS.

The case aroused considerable

interest and political quarreling

in Greece for two reasons:

Musilli was the first American
arrested by Greece under a new

status of forces agreement. Two

ther American servicemen who

were arrested later have been

tried. One was acquitted; the oth other
er other was fined.
The victim. Gen. Stefanos Ser

aphis, was a war hero and there

were whispers tnat because ot ms
leftist connections his death qas
no sccident. This has been denied

formally.
But Greek authorities were tak taking
ing taking no chances of outburst against
the young airman. Extra police
guards were assigned to the court courthouse
house courthouse where Musilli went before
the panel of judes.
U. S. Rep. Arch A. Moore (R-

W Va) assisted in the defense of

the airman. The freshman law law-maker
maker law-maker represents Musilli's home
district.

Chief defense counsel is Aristi-

des Klapeas, a Greek.
Guard Check Witness

Member Of Parliament

"Asked Per Protection"
"I personally asked the sheriff
for protection and he refused. As

i matter of tact i was taucing
with the sheriff when the riot be

gan, and he did not try to stop it,
or even say 'I'm the sheriff,' or

anything.

"As a matter oi fact ne ran tor

cover.

So did most of the nearly 400
Dersons gathered in the frosty

pine-bordered field when a young

Indian KnocKea out a single ngni

bulb above the Klan microphone

and the shooting started.

The arand wizard, a Free Will

(Baptist preacner wno nas a long

record of minor pouce cnarges ai
Kinston. N.C.. once was known as

"Catfish" Cole. He drove a taxi-

cab at Kinston Before turning to
the ministry.

Former Postmaster

James A. Farley
Falls, Breaks Arm

NEW YORK, Jan. 21 (UP)
Former Postmaster General
James A. Farley was recovering
in St. Clare's Hospital todav from

a broken arm incurred when he

tripped and fell while leaving a
banquet at the Commodore Hotel.
Farley said he fell on his houl houl-der
der houl-der after tripping over a cart out outside
side outside the ballroom Saturday night.
He said he probably would re remain
main remain in the hospital for another
four or five days.

Juliana Welcomes
Dutch Evacuees

From Indonesia
AMSTERDAM, Holland, Jan. 21

(UP)Queen Juliana personally
welcomed 999 Dutch nationals who
arrived from Indonesia today.
She went aboard the British liner
Captain Cook three hours after it
docked and delivered a short
soeech to the evacuees over the
sh'p's broadcasting system.

"After all (that has happened in

Indonesia) you have come bacK to

your own country where a warm

heart beats for you and everybody
will help you to feel at ease," she
said.

Neaify half the passengers were
under 12 years old. Many never
had seen the Netherlands before.
Th shin sailed from Singapore

with 1.000. En route, two elderly

women died and were buried at

sea and one baby was born.

Gen. Seraphis was leader of the

Communistcontrolled ELAS guer

nua army during the .Nazi occu occupation
pation occupation of Greece. He had been a
member of parliament.
The status of forces agreement
recently signed between Greece
and the United States allowing
Greece to assume control of
American military personnel in involved
volved involved in accidents or crimes
while off duty figured largely in

the case.

The defense was expected to

make much of its argument that

Mussui ran over Seraphis before

the agreement went into effect.

Until it took effect, Musilli was
held by Air Force authorities.
The defendant's Mother. Mrs.

Frank Musilli, criticized the AirJ

Force on grounds it was indirectly
responsible for the accident.
She said it would hot have hap happened
pened happened if the Air Force had rant ranted
ed ranted Musilli a requested leave to
return home and attend his sis sister's
ter's sister's wedding. She added that she
received word of the accident only
through newspapers in Wheeling,

V iLncsses. attorneys and news- W. Va.. and had no immediate

m;n wore c'r,t- t1 've notification from the Air Force of
different control points by police her son's arrest.

New Red Pipeline
LONDON, Jan. 21 (UP) -Soviet
engineers have started construction
of a 1.490-mile oil pipeline from

Omsk to Irkutsk, Radio Moscow

si'd yesterday. It will cross iso
rivers.

President Eisenhower ordered

in 1,000 men of tne crack 101st

Airborne Disision from Ft. Lamp
be i, Ay., anu itemized the xu xu-000
000 xu-000 man Arkansas National Guard.
On bepiember zS, the paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers moveu out a crowu oi wane

persons around Central High and

ine nine iNeuroes uucgraicu u

The paratroopers have since gone
home and only a tew National
Guardsmen are left in Little Hock.
There has been a succession of

incmenis and last Thursday Na
tional Guardsmen stayed in Cen

tral High all night because of

anonymous reports that a bomb

had been planted in it.
Ray Bartiett. manager of a re

dio station said a person whose

voice he did not recognize tele

phoned him yesterday that there

was a stick of dynamite in cen

trai about the same lime the
school WdS beginning the iirst day

fo its second semester.
He telephoned the FiBl and act acting
ing acting Police Chief Cene Smith. A
poiice search party and a school
custodian found the dynamite in

a vacant locker in the basement

about 10 a.m. The school was not

cleared.
"Alter full evaluation of the sit

usauon, school officials feit it best

to keep the euueauonai program
UiiLiienupied," blossom salu.

He said police ana scaooi oi-

ficials and the FBI are taking

"every necesary precaution to

protect the students.

He said these precautions do

not include extra troops, who

have reduced their protection to
the time between 1 a.m.. and 5 p.
m., and oniy on the day school
is in session. .
Civilian guards have been hir hired
ed hired to supplement the National
Guardsmen.
Reports have circulated that a

gang of white boys in Central is

201ns to get tne Negroes as

soon as all the troops leave.

Bumoinc and shovines and tood

throwing are reported frequently.

David Sontag, is, dumped a

bowl of soup last Thursday on

Minnie Brown, one of the Negroes

for calling him 'poor white trash.

At the time. Minnie had just

had her suspension from school

lifted for throwing a bowl of emu

at one white student and splashing

her target and another white stu

dent beside him.

PUTTEN. Ho'land (UP) Au-

thorties ordered a through inves investigation
tigation investigation yesterday of a village

home made radioactive by a hy

podermic needle accidentally
brought home by a child.

The investigation, they said, will
determine whether "drastic meas measures"
ures" measures" need to be taken to free
the home of five-year-old Joke

(Yoe'-ke) Haanschoten from the

radio activity she accidentally
brought home Wednesday.
What the "drastic measures"

are o ficials refused to say, but
local police said thev could include

demolition of the house where

Joke lives with her parents, her
three brothers and her sister.
Such measures looked unlikely
at the moment. It was believed
experts from Amsterdam could
decontaminate the house without
too much trouble.
They were due to make a thor thorough
ough thorough examination this morning. A
plastic cover was placed over the
entire garden Sunday night, and

ponce stood guard to watch that

none of the radio-active earth

mew away.
The troubleistarted last Wednes-

day when Joke went to Utrecht

Hospital ior treatment ot a growth

inside her head. A radium needle
was inserted in her nose during
the treatment and horrified hos hospital
pital hospital staff discovered later the tip
had broken off inside her nose."
Dutch government olficials im immediately
mediately immediately rushed geiger countdA
to Joke's home. They found 'the
rest of the fami'y had not been
contaminated. But a refuse pilr in
the garden, containing refuse from
a stove in the house, was highly
radioactive.
All the Haanschotens have been
under observation at Utrecht Hos Hospital
pital Hospital since Saturday so far With

no results. Police have blocked or.'f
the street where their home e,
pending results of today's investigation.

Narcotics Seized
CARIO, Jan. 21 (UP) The Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian Frontier Corps yesterday an
nounced seizure of a narcotics
cache valued at $12,800,000. Tha
drugs were buried in the Sinai
Desert near El Arish just ouAfMe
either from MfMrnon pr TsraeiA
A spokesman chargecfrthey came
the Gaza Strip.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1958
Carta Vieja Defends League Lead In Doubleheader Tonight
Cerveza Balboa Shoots
Works For First Place
bditor: CONRAOO SARGtANf

INure six

The league-leading Carta Vieja Yankees go
into tonight's doubleheader against the second-place
Cerveza Balboa Beermen with their one-game lead

A double loss for the Yanks
Would drop them a game behind
the Beermen, but on the other
hand two wins would give ihem a
fit three-game margin with only
16 games of the 51-game season
left to go.
The native all-stars whitewashed
the imported all-stars 7-0 last night
behind the combined three-hit
Bitching of Anselmo Correa, Jose
liisondro and Justo Hudson at the
jBympic Stadium.
fsNameH to start on the hill to-

Jight for the Beermen are Winston
Brown, and Dave Benedict, who
have identical 4-2 records on the
season.
Their mound opponents will be
Rob Aylmer, 3;1, and Jim Um Um-bricht,
bricht, Um-bricht, 2-2.
I The Yankees, who have been ch
top in the standings since Dec. 29,
won the only doubleheader of the

tjprrent campaign when they stop

ped Chesterneid twice oy s-.i scores
San. 7. Jerry Davie and Ayimer

Were the winning hurlers ou that

occasion.
Three games have been postpon
ft ud to now. A Cerveza Balboa

dhesterfield fiame scheduled for

Solon Stadium Jan. 12 was rained
Itt and a doubleheader set for the

rmpic Ctadium last Friday ue-

een the same clubs was canea

: because of the occupancy of the

rounds by the San Miguel fire vic-

ims.

The Jan. 12 contest has been re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled for Jan. 23 and the Jan.
17 twin bill will be divided into
single games and played Jan. 25
and Jan. 27 all at Panama.
, Colon fans will get their final
fame on the Atlantic side witb a
Carta Vieja-Cerveza Balboa con contest
test contest Jan. 26.
A big four-run fourth inning, in

which the natives pounded right righthander
hander righthander Lev Spencer for five sin

gles an da double, sent the Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians breezing to their easy 7 7-0
0 7-0 victory last night.
Two more runs in the sixth and
a single marker in the eighth com completed
pleted completed the scoring. The winners
garnered a total of 14 hits of Im Imported
ported Imported pitching, with three of the
safeties going to Hank Mitchell,
who was the batting star with a
perfect night at the plate.
Correa, who started and permit permitted
ted permitted one hit during his three-inning
stint, was the winner.
Spencer gave up 11 bits and six
runs in five innings, to be charged
with the defeat.
He relieved starter Jim DePalo,
who worked two frames. Bill Fran Franco
co Franco finished up.

SERVICE
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William Holden
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GATUN

"HOT SUMMER
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7:00

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John Payne
Mary Murphy
"HELL'S ISLAND"

Stars on Parade

The box score:
Imported Ab R H O
Bartirome, lb 4 0 0 4
Barron, ss 2 0 0 0
Glamp, ss ..... 2 0 0 3
Robinson, cf 1 0 0 2
Kropf, cf 2 0 1 0
DeGrqote, if 2 0 0 1
Reed, If 2 0 11
Schmidt, rf 2 0 0 1
Shields, rf ......... 1 0 1
Wilhelm, 3b 2 0 0 1
Hendrick, 3b 1 0 0 1
Boak, 2b 3 0 1 4
Shahtz, c 2 0 0 5
Flynn, c 0 0 0 0
DePalo, p 1 0 0
Spencer, p ,.. 1 0 6 0
a-Davie 10 0 0
Franco, p 0 0 0 0

SANTA CRUZ
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"THE MONTE
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Totals

29 0 3 24 12

Natives

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Grenald, If 1

Brathwaite, 2b
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Barnes, rf.y. ;
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Houradou, ss
Mitchell, cf
Cobos, c t,
Charles, c ..........
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VOLLEY BALL CHAMPS MSgt. Henry Lee, captain of the Army Atlantic championship volley ball team, the Blue Devils
of C Company, 1st Battle Group 20th infantry, receives his first place trophy from Lieutenant Colonel Arthur G. May. Fort
Gulick deputy post commander, after the finals of the Army Atlantic volley ball tournament held at the Fort Davis gym.
The Blue Devils defeated the USARCARIB School team in the finals 15 to 8, 15 to 4, and 15 to 5, losing only the third game
to the School, 15 to 10. Other members of the C Company Bl ue Devils are (left to right) ; Sf c. Laie Fonimokna, Sf c. William
McFeeley, Pvt. Fred King, Sgt. Tomas Perez, Sgt. Joseph Kelli koa, Sgt. Ricaxdo Cacal and Sp3 Peter Hoohull.
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ED 'PORKY' OLIVER, top flight
PGA professional, entered in the
1958 Panama Invitational Golf
Championship under sponsorship
of the Chiriqui Land Co. Oliver
will conduct the golf 'Cliric
Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.
Rain Halls Another
Atlantic Twi Game
STANDINGS,
Atlantic Twilight Baseball
IL
Won Lost Pet.

Totals

33 7 14 27 11 .Powells 2
!C.H.S. .. .-. 1

a-Flied out for Spencer in the
8th.
b-Doubled for Correa in 3rd.

c-Grounded out for Lisondro in,

6th.

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Score
Importeds
Natives

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SUMMARY Errors.: Charles.
Barnes. Runs batted in: 'Lopez 2,
Prescott, Grenald 2, Mitchell 2.
Earned runs: Nationals 7. Two Two-base
base Two-base hits: Gordon, Grenald. Dou Dou-bleplays:
bleplays: Dou-bleplays: Moor, Brathwaite, E.
Osorio; Spencer, Glamp, Barti Bartirome.
rome. Bartirome. Sacrifice hit: Mitchell. Wild
pitch: Franco 2. Struck out by De DePalo
Palo DePalo 1, Correa 1, Spencer 2. Base
on balls off Lisondro 1, Spencer 1,
Hudson 1. Left on base: Importeds
5, Natives 4. Pitchers record:
DePalo 2 hits, 0 runs in 2; Correa,
1 hit 0 runs in 3; Lisondro 0 hits,

0 runs in 3; Spencer II hits, 6
runs in 5. Winning pitcher: Correa.
Losing pitcher: Spencer. Umpires:
Moore, Thorton, Hinds, Hilzinger.
Time of game: 1:42.

Sunday's Results
(Rained Out)
Thursday's Gam
Mercury vs CHS-Alumni

Ex-Champ Bourne May Decide
To Return To 118 -lb Ranks
Forrrvar bantamweight champion Melvin Bourne may decide to return to the 118 118-pound
pound 118-pound ranks, if he can pare down without any difficulty to the 123 pounds required

for Sunday's fight against Claudio Martinez, trainer Aubrey Woodruff revealed today.

Amateur First Round
Panama Open Pairings

BALBOA Theater IANUARY 7i
THE JANINE CHARRAT BALLET OF FRANCE
fcV"'ir,.'"'"H 6" TICKETS NOW

By TREVOR SIMONS
The Atlantic Twilight League
fell victims of the unseasonal At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side rainy seaso nand Mer Mercury
cury Mercury Outboard nine had their
fourth consecutive game cancelled
because of wet grounds. Sunday
afternoon's scheduled contest be between
tween between Mercury and CHS was call called
ed called off when rains made the infield
a sea of mud, appropriate for play playing
ing playing only if the Mercury team could

have brought along their outboard

motors.
The Atlantic Twilight Loop has

no game scheduled for Tuesday

night due to interschool league

utments, but the next league
will be Thursday night
once again, Mercury Out Out-attempts
attempts Out-attempts to get their por-

game against
g CHS-Alumni.

the eel

League Officials Meet Tomorrow

Carl Newhard, President of the
Atlantic Twilight League, has call

ed a meeting of managers and

eague officials tomorrow night,
'he Duroose of the meeting will be

o discuss the possible re-writing
f the 1958 schedule to include the

four already cancelled games, ra-

;r than to re-schedule these
mes later in the season. All

magers and league officials a

reby notified of the meeting

uch will be held at the Marga
Service Center at 7 o'clock.

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The Tournament Committee of
the Panama Golf Club last night
established the first round pair pairing
ing pairing for the amateur entries in the
1958 Panama Invitational Open
which commences Wednesday at
the Panama Golf Club.
he Tournament Committee an announced
nounced announced that certain times had
not yet been assigned for commit commitments
ments commitments of golfers who had not yet
arrived on the Isthmus, or for
those whose time of arrival is
not yet known. These deletions
will be assigned before the play.
Amateur play starts at 8:00 a.m.,
Thursday, January 23rd. Follow Following
ing Following are the pairings:
-NO. 1 TEE
8:00 a.m.
Name-Club Heap.
Bob Medinger, Panama 7
Capt. W. A. May 7
J. K. Lally, Amador 0

8:u a.m.
F. Morrice, Jr., Panama 6
8:15 a.m.
Dr. E. Genrans, Panama 5
V. Lombroia, Amador 5
Roy Ladd, Salvador 6
8:30 a.m.
G. Dalton, Panama 4
P. Moran, Panama 6
J. Smith, Summit 5
0:37 a.m.
Cul. Babb, Panama 4
Al Saarinen, Panama 4
Frank Day, Summit 4
8:45 a.m.
N. Lewter, Gamboa S
Al Corsale, Panama 6
S. Schlegal, Amado? 5

PACIFIC LITTLI LEAUGE

mcning wun me tinest ot a
major leaguer, Fransworth struck

out seven Gibraltar batters and
yielded only one hit to lead Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Life to at 7-0 victory over

Gibraltar.

The shining stars in the hit hitting
ting hitting department for Lincoln Life
were Engelke, Ostrea, Marti, Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Gerwatowski.
The only hit for Gibraltar was
made by Belden.

9:00 a.m.
H. Beafl, Panama W 3
W. LeBrun, Panama 4
Capt. J. H. Jaggcrs, AmadcrS
9:07 a.m.

Col. H. Donovan, Panama
I on HausH, Erazns rook
Charles Daniel, Honduras
9:15 a.m.
T. Connor, Panama
J. DesLondes, Jr., Panama
Don Mathieson, Ft. Davis
9:30 a.m.
T. Jankus, Summit
George Riley, Summit
C. MacMurray

:37 a.m.
Anibal Galindo, Brazos 3
M. Muller, Panama 3

Teams

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Cerveza Balboa
Chesterfield ...

Lost

CV CB C W L Pet
- x 5 8 13 10 .565
.6 x 5 11 10 .526
4 5 x 9 13 .400
.10 10 13 33 33 -ZT

1
31 J

TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium

Cervoza Balboa (Brown 4-2 and Benedit 4-2) vs. Carta!

Game time 6 o'clcok.

LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
Native all-stars 7, Imported all-stars 0.

SRES

Bourne, who held the bantam

weight crown for over five years,

before losing it on the scales last

November, had been having diffi

culty coming down to the weight

limit for championship matches.

But his trainer says Bourne will

challenge the new title holder Ed

Sykes, if there is any indication
that he can pare down to 118
pounds without endangering his

health.

Woodruff said a Bourne-Svkes ti

tle fight at the National Stadium

around April would draw a gate of
at least $5000.

The money is in the bantam

weight class and we want to get
some of it," Woodruff declared.

Bourne works out dally at the

National Gym from 3 p.m. His

mam sparring partner is a stable-

mate, light weight champ Horacio
Ottis.

8:00 a.m.
L. de Sola, Salvador
Dr. J. Massot, Panama
J. I. Kincaid, Amador
8:07 a.m.
Roy Glickenhaus, Panama
R.. Guirola. Salvador

9
9
9
9

10

H. De RaDS. Brazos Brook 12

8:15 a.m.
Capt. H. G. Cheney, Amadort
C. P. Rodriguez, Panama 9
Jeffrey Kline, Panairia 10
8:30 a.m.
Gus Kosik, Panama 10
Savey Bedford, U.S.A. p
ilton Hoff, Venezuela ?
8:37 a.m.
B. J. Elich, Panama 10
Tommy Jacks, Amador 6
Dave Brown, Summit 6
8: !".
R. McAmis, Amador 7
T. A. Clisbee, Panama 7
F. Guirola, Salvador 7

HOW THE LOOT WILL
SPLIT IN 1958 OPEN

BE

$2,000.00
1,400.00
1,000.00
800.00
725.00
675.00
625.00
600.00
550.00

'
jaw JisEEaP
HEPc SHI
BEEEmIMbEh .iis

o

A meeting of the Margarita Wo Women's
men's Women's League will be held in the
Margarita Bowling Alleys Janua January
ry January 24, at 7 p.m.
All interested bowlers are urged
to attend. For further informa information
tion information call Cristobal 3-2471, Lola
Brown.
Rudy and Toiand Win Doubles
The bis news of the ncA howl-

ing circles this week was Ihe an

nual mix uouwe Tournoy Held at
the Diablo Service Center. Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday nights the various
partners pounded the boards in an
effort to move 'the heavy weight
pins around four pounds.
Inez Davis paired with.Bud Bal Bal-cer
cer Bal-cer posted in the first round a
1097 scratch and 1189 hdep. In the
scratch Inez had a 507 and Bud
599.
This held up throughout the sec second
ond second and third rounds but in the
last and fourth round Vi Hnrlv ami

Bob Toiand put' on a spirited rally

wnen tney came through with a
1107 scratch and 1215 hsndican se

ries to take the crown in both di

visions.

Vi Rudv was th( star when she

rolled 580 scratch an dRnh Tn-

land tagged along 525 t onose out

tne uavis and Balcer team by 10

pins.

Besides the chamninnshln. Vi

was the leader in the ladies divi division
sion division for high series of 580 and high
Same of 211. For tha men Rill Cof

fey rolling without any handicap

was tne leader m the scratch se series
ries series of 642 and Dick Hogans from

Margarita was tops of the handi handicap
cap handicap division. Single high game
went to Bud Balcer with 247.

MELVIN BOURNE

Players
Baughner, rf
Frank, 3b
Hunt, ss
Hermany, lb
Belden, 2b
Ehdan, cf
Thompson, If
Barrett, c
Nordstrom, p
Totals
Players
Engleke, Lou cf
Engelke, Robt.,
Ostrea, ss
Farnsworth p
Marti, If
Deming, 3b
Nelson, lb
Gerwatowski, c
Jacobson, rf

Totals

AB
1
2
3
3
2
2
0
1
1

15 1 0

2b

AB
3
2
a
4
4
4
4
2

29 12

Winning Professional
Second Place Pro
Third Place Pro
Fourth Place Pro
Fifth Place Pro
Sixth Place Pro
Seventh Place Pro
Eighth Place Pro
Ninth Place Pro
Tenth Place Pro
Eleventh Place Pro

Twelfth Place Pro 400.00

Thirteenth Place Pro 275.00
In addition, the winning profes professional
sional professional will receive the beautiful
Seagram's Cup presented by Sea Seagram's
gram's Seagram's of Canada, emblematic of
the Panama Invitational Open
Golf Championship. The winner
will receive a replica of the Cup
for his personal possession, since
the Seagram's Cup is a perman permanent
ent permanent trophy for which the profes professionals
sionals professionals will compete each year.

a

I DRIVE-IN

TODAY

The Chorrillo veteran, who has
gained the reputation of being a
"dirty fighter," fought Martinez

twice before.

He dropped a unanimous verdict
to the courageous Colon youngster
in their first encounter, but scored
a seventh round TKO win in his

November battle with Claudio.

On that occasion Bourne weighed

123V2 to Martinez' 117Vi.

The Colonite's handlers claim
their boy lost because of the great

difference in weight, but Woodruff

500.00 insists tliat regardless of weight,
Atn'nn Rmirne iR Martinez' aunerior.

wu.uu ,l

woocirutt says ne aims to nave

Bourne at "well under 123 pounds"
for Sunday's National Gym battle.

Wc. TAhAV 7:00

30c. vvn I 9:00.

GEORGE NADER
CORNEL BORCHER
MICHEL RAY in
"FLOOD TIDE"

Tomorrow!

POPULAR NIGHT!
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GUN CLUB
NOTES

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CRISTOBAL

"Nobby" Keller, Balboa small

arms expert and one of the very
few pitol "Masters" hereabouts,

showed equally extraordinary a

bility among shot-gunners at the

January 18 shoot of the Cristo

bal Gun Club.

"Nobby" nonchalantly went
through a flawless, first 16-yard
trap round, but took a little too too-sporting
sporting too-sporting chance on a wild flyer
to stop his straight run at 41

kills, completing his excellent aft

ernoon with an enviable 49 x 50

W. E. Wilkie, with 18 x 25, and
George Lopp, at 17, were "Nob

by s" only near competitors.

Art Sutton's .410 dominated the

Skeet field, with 42 x 50, close

ly pressea oy lpp, witn 40. Lopp

was mnuiy nanaicappea oy sever several
al several erratically presented targets.
Next were C. A. Hay ward, 37;
and "Nova Scotia" Mitchell, 34.
Single round shooters broke:
"Shorty" Schexnayder, 21: Keller,
20; and Wilkie, 15.

Agtwood

Damian
Totals

Thomas

. 210 174 147 531
. 142 137 163 442
, 136 154 140 436
, 169 194 211 574
651 050 667 1983
ustin
. 146 187 185 518
. 125 191 160 47S
202 186 142 530
. 152 154 132 426
625 706 619 1950

Samaniego

Totals

Leading averag es Balcer 195,
Coffey 194, Cascio 191, Toiand 189.
Fort Kobbc Mixed Lu..

Ochos 6
Seis Amigos ., .. 5
Hi Handles "5
Los Piratas .. .. ., 5
Six Lushes 4
Moonshiners "4
Choppers .. .. ., ,,,
Skyrockets .4
Question Marks .. .. .. 2
The Heavenly Daze .. . l

2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
6
7

CLASSIC LEAGUE
El Panama Hilton 43 33
Carta Vieja 43 33
Seynour Agency 43 33
Cardoze Lindo 3f! aR

Agewood 37 39
Austin 24 42

Carta Vieja 3, El Panama Hilton 1
Carta Vieja threw the league in into
to into a three way tie, When they took
three points from the Hotel bowl

ers. No one was on. with Itollie

Rum Runners with 594 and McNair
Gleichman leading the winning
Lane was the El Panama Hiltnn

leader with 580.

Carta Vieja
Gleichman .. 201 ia 21ft 594

Rudy 212 143 210 574

Brown 191 143 150 484
Almeda 180 174 181 535
Totgals 793 643 751 2187
El Panama Hilton
Lane 182 200 198 580
Soto 181 167 172 520
Allen 158 165 150 482
Coffey .. ..147 190 200 537
Totals 668 722 729 2119
Cardoze-LindO 3 Seymour A. 1
The Seymour Agency collapsed
and with onl yone kegler going
over 500 Cascio measer S03. While

the Cardoze-Lindo Evinrtides won

three they do not set the pins a a-fire.
fire. a-fire. In defense of the bowlers it
was murder throwing against the
heavy wood which exceeded the
ABC requirements. The four mo motors
tors motors were practically even in per performance
formance performance with a 13 pin spread.
Seymour
Richardson .... 157 195 135 487
Bowers .. .. .. 148 200 143 491
Nunes 146 167 174 487
Cascio 184 150 169 503
Totals 635 712 621 1968

Evinrude
Soyster 191 166 173 530
Lowande .. ..131 569 8 528
Kunkel 159 186 186 531
Toiand ...... 170 157 191 518
Totals 651 678 778 2107
Agewood 3, Austin 1
As one of the bowlers remarked
this was one of those phonse phonse-Gaston
Gaston phonse-Gaston acts. Four of the compet competing
ing competing bowlers did not breik 500 in
fact, some of them had a rough
time in breaking four hundred.
For Agewood Pepe Damian dented
574 and Les Pahl pounded out a

Ochoa J, Six Lushes 1
The Six Eights or Ochos depend depend-in
in depend-in gon the language, took over the
loadershin in fha conni .M.t. Lm

the league play. The Chippeaux
family took on the task of con-

triDuting most in the Ochos close
Wins Tho twice loJn VM. i.mlj.

529 and Chip 513, and Art Dodson

The Siv T.iiohao ...in. lxuiL

- wiui a juue
break here and there could have
fared hettor

first game by 22, the second bv 25

if uy o uins. aulas Christian Christiansen
sen Christiansen kept the Lushes in the battle
with 554.

Moonshiners 3, Seis Amigos 1
The Mnnnshinorc nf kA tim.

Kobbe served some potent concoc concoctions
tions concoctions to their Seis Amigos. This
friendly act resulted in a three to
one frnnnninrr r.f fK o:.. i

...6 vi OIA rrienas.
Inez Davis was the leading Moon Moonshiner
shiner Moonshiner with 525 and Jim Bovle
Stilled a 502 oorioc Tk .,l

--- - -"-o. uj umy one
of Seis Amigos not to be taken in

J. JAFJUC Willi 00.
HI Handles 2, Los Piratas 2
These twelve contestants had a
genuine fiMonifl., ...l

got hurt. The Hi Handics handed
the secretary two wins while the
LOS Piratas rrinlta1 u

one game and the TP marker. For

A-uaias, zarouia ae JJeraI-
to T -! r

:Tn u,c evenmg nonors with
B hnstinn K11 ...4 unii j

c t ? "uu J ramng
fJ'SaLtta0 P5rati Planke(l
a 520. Bud Wines and Al Huraei
were the Hi Handles handy men.
Kiln hanWoH ; rni a .

coo tu lu ou ana Al I
Choppers J, Question Marks J
The Choppers really lived up to
their namn whan thiu i

e Question Marks 3 to 1. The
Choppers were not sharp enough in
2r4?Tta,2. raising game- but aft after
er after that they cut through for all
three remaining points. Alex Stir-
linir and Pot nr. j.

o cm luassaua minced
mOSt With Pota KIK ..J it... ...

- auu Alex 092.
Bill Bond and Judy Chung made
a valiant stand against the Chop Choppers
pers Choppers with 550 an and 510 sets.

i5 ?e8e the contest
should have been nlayed In outer
space Instead of Kobbe. where it
took place. With rockets disturb disturb-Surenity.
Surenity. disturb-Surenity. M "onder
S .,hlav?nIy ulntet dai dai-ed.
ed. dai-ed. P" Basham skyrocketed the
sky rockets with 545 and he had
two satellites in the SKeppardi?
icu41 kept head he? tS
band Shep 506. For the daeH
Heavenly Daze two ladies had la la-den
den la-den sets, B. Rose 542 and Gassier

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"FRONTIER OUTPOST"



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY VTWSPAPER
Esso Sponsors Ernie Vossler Of Texas In $10,000 RP Open

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 195S

Seagram Executive Arrives
From Montreal To Give Cup;
Clinic To Be Held Tomorrow

The tournament committee of the Panama Golf
Club announced last night that Esso Standard Oil,
S. A., of Panama will sponsor Ernie Vossler, young
Fort Worth, Texas star in the $10,000 Panama Invi Invitational
tational Invitational Open golf tournMnent which gets under underway
way underway Thursday morning.

Vossler, a sensational amateur
and winner ot no less thin 24
Texas amateur contests, and vet vet-d
d vet-d tne JNo. 1 amateur in Texas
1y the newspaper gportswritjrs
u the Lone Star State, has been
pro lor only two years, but he
s developing a penchant for
ickin up a lot of the fat checks

dong tne I'UA tournament trail.
While his PGA record in 1957
was insufficient to judge hrm, his
6Coring record in previous years
at the Texan Open and Arlington
Hotel Open are suflicient to con consider
sider consider him a definite threat for
the Panama Open crown and the
Seagram Jrophy.
Vicepresident Wrank Marshall
of Seagrams arrived Sunday from
Montreal Will be presented at the
cocktail party to be given througn
the courtesy of the Seagram re representatives
presentatives representatives on Wednesday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, following the golf clinic.
The Seagram Cup the new tro trophy
phy trophy award presented to the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf Olub by Seagrams of
Canada, and presently on display
, at the Tivoli Trivet Agencies on
Tivoil Avenue, will be presented
to the winning professional o; the
1958 Panama Invitational Open
championship by Marshall, and
his name will be engraved there thereon.
on. thereon. The Seagram Cup, a perman permanent
ent permanent award, will be retained in the
possession of the Panama Golf
Club, but the winning profession professional
al professional will be presented with a repli replica
ca replica xf the trophy. v
Dick Dehlinger announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the official starters
for the tournament will be Bob
Lombroia of Ft. Amador, Pico
Diaz of the Panama Golf Club,
and Gus Medeiner, a member
of the Panama Golf Club for over

a quarter-century and until his

retirement from Government ser

, vice some years back. Medinger

arrived on the Isthmus about a

i -week ago from New York City
: especially to act as an official

', in the 1958 Open.

Plans have been finalized for

! the Golf Clinic to be held Wednes
1 day afternoon at 4:30. Ed (Por

ky) Oliver, who. arrived Monday

with the other pros, will otfici-

i. ate as Master of Ceremonies. The

'clinic will consist of having -each

of the visiting professionals ex exhibit
hibit exhibit the various strokes to be

made with each golf club from

the wedge through all the irons,

and though the wooden clubs.

All the spectators at this event

will see some of the longest hit

ters in the game perform, and
especially George Bayer, now
known as the longest hitter in the
same. Oliver is on the Isthmus

under the' sponsorship of the Chi-

nqui Land Company, while Bav-

er is sponsored by Cerveceria Na-

ciona. .

me Seagram cocktail, nartv

will be held immediately after the
'clinic', in ithe clubhouse of the

Panama Golf Club, at which time
the spectators will see the Sea

gram Cup displayed, and tne oe-

autuul si.ver prize awards to c-e
made to the winning amateurs,
graciously presented by Pan A-

merican World Airways, as well

as the 1958 trophy for the medai
ist in the amateur erouc oresent

ed hy the President Remdn race

track.

The 'Calcutta' pool will be con

ducted at the Seagram Cocktail
party. The 'Calcutta Pool', con

ducted throughout the United
States during each open, involves

a game whereby each profes

sional is 'auctioned' to the highest

bidder. If the professional you pur purchased
chased purchased wins the tournament, vou

are entitled to a percentage of

the total financial pool, as re the

purchasers of the second and third

place pros.

The Tripleta' tickets, on sale

at tne ranama (ioif Club and

by members of the Tournament

Committee, at $2 each, have a

potential win value of $2,500 for

tne winner. Each ticket bears

three numbers. Each profession

al, be.'ore the Open is started, will

De assigned a number drawn out

of a hat. If the ticket held by an

individual bears the numbers of

the professionals coming in first,
second and third in the Open,

mat ucxei wins tne ?2;500 prize

As announced on the television

sponscast rnaay evening, pre presented
sented presented through the courtesy of

u?N-rv and its staff, the easiest

route to the Panama Golf Club

lor the Clinic and the four days

oi p.ay is to proceed via Espa

na une extension of Central Ave

nue) to the first traffic light aft

er the El Panama Hilton OK

Amigo area, and turn to the rieht

at that point (Avenida Belisario
Porras). Proceeding along Ave Avenida
nida Avenida Belisario Porras for about a
mile and the entrance to the Pa-

nama Golf Club wjH be identifi

ed Dy posters and siggs.

Tickets for the 4 davs of nlav

at $5 each ($3 for militant win

be sold at the gate, as will tic-

xets lor individual daily play. The
daily tickets will be nricprt i

$1.50 for the first two davs on

for the third day, and $2.50 for

aunoay, tne 26th.
Amateurs entering the tourna

ment are reminded that all on.

tries must be in the hands of the
tournament committee not later

man a p.m. Monday, Jan. 20, and
must be aceomoanied bv

trance fee of $10. Entrance fpo

for professionals is $25. Amateur
entries must have a handicap ot
12 or below for entry into the
tournament.
The tickets for the golf 'Clinic'
to be held Wednesday, are pric priced
ed priced at $1 each, and entitle the
purchaser to attend the Seagram
cocktail party in the clubhouse
after the clinic. Tickets for' the
four days of play must be pur purchased
chased purchased separately and are not
good for entry to the clinic.

Fastlich League

PAJAK PITCHES ONE-HITTER
AS PALOMAS WIN SECOND
SRAIGH
Standings

W L Pet.
4 0 1.000

Pumas
Conejos
Ocelots
Palomas
Macaws
Pericos

3 1
3 1
2 2
0 4
-0 4

.750
.750
.500
.000
.000'

By FRANK MILLER JR.
Doug Pajak and Tommy Bright
Battled each other in a tight
pitchers duel Monday afternoon as
the Palomas edged by the Peri Pericos
cos Pericos 3-1. Bright piched four hit
ball for six innings, but it wasn't
good enough as Pajak turned in
his best pitching performance of
the year a neat one- hitter
which was a no no-hitter until
the sixth inning when Gary Ness
powdered a change up into left
field lor the lone base hit of the
Pericos.
The Palomas picked up two
runs in the first on a waik, a sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice fly and singles by Rath Rathgaber
gaber Rathgaber 'and Browder. They got
their only other run of the game
in the lourth on two walks and
a single by, Ashton.
The Pericos picked up their lone
run in the sixth on a walk, two
stolen bases and the big single
by Gary Ness.
Pajak pitched an excellent
igame, striking out five while giv giving
ing giving up only one hit.
- Bright hurled good game for
the Pericos too, as he gave up
on y four hits whiie striking out
ten Palomas.
The leading hitters for the Pa Palomas
lomas Palomas were Rathgaber, Browder,
and Caldwell as each went one
lor three and the leading hitter
for the Pericos was Gary Ness,
also with one for three.
Dunne the. middle potv-n of Hip
game, the Pericos were at bat
and the first man nau waUta

The second man up In the frame
swung at the first pitch and loop looped
ed looped a short fly into shallow left
field. It looked like a sure texas
leaguer, and the end of Pajak's
no-hitter after four innings. How However,
ever, However, little Burch Rager, who was
playing left field for the Palomas,
reaced in from deep left, Anade
a beautiful one-handed shoestring
catch of the ball and tossed it
to first base to catch the Perico
runner flatfooted as he was the
way to second by that time. Rag Rager
er Rager hauled-Pajak out of a jam and
at the same time preserved his
no-hitter for while.
AH in all, it Was a well play played
ed played ball game and both teams de deserve
serve deserve credit for a fine performance.

ADMIRAL WALES GETS OPEN TICKETS Rear Admiral George N. Wales, Commandant
of the 15th Naval District, gets his tickets for the 1958 Panama invitational Open golf cham championship
pionship championship from Jorge Boyd, president of the Panama Golf Club. (L. to r.) Fred Gerhardt, co co-chairman
chairman co-chairman of the tourney committee; Jorge Bo yd, Admiral Wales, and Dick Dehlinger, chair chairman
man chairman of the tournament committee.

The box score:
Palomas
Ashton
Rathgaber
Pajak
Huddleeton
Browder
Boatrlght
Caldwell
Rager
Bradshaw
Totals
Porieos
Bowen
Mareum
D. Ness
G. Ness
Bright
Carroll
Green
Berger
Barnes

Totals

AB R H PO
4 0 13

1
2

0

0
0
0
1
0

1 0
0 0
0 7
1 1

0 0
1 8

20 3 4 31
AB R HPO
4 0 0 2

4 0 0 1
3 10 8
3 0 14
2 0 0 0
2 0 0 1
10 0 1
3 0 0 0
10 0 1

23 1 1 It

SUMMARY
Earned runs: Palomas 3, Peri Pericos
cos Pericos 1. Winning pitcher Tajak.
Losing pither Bright. BB off Pa Pajak
jak Pajak 7, Bright 7, SO by Pajtk 5,
Bright JO. Umpires R. Williams,
E. Corrigan. Time of game: 1:42.

ibss!: Blft K isfl

GEN. LANDON GETS TICKETS Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon, ASAF, receives his tickets
for the 1958 Panama Invitational Open golf championship which starts Thursday at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club. (L. to r.) Dick Dehlinger, chairman of the tournament committee; Jorge
Boyd, president of the Panama Golf Club; Gen. Landon and Fred Gerhardt, co-chairman of
the tournament committee.

Tigers To Battle Bulldogs

Tonight At Balboa Stadium

Cristobal High School's baseball
team will journey to Balboa Stad Stadium
ium Stadium today for the sole purpose of
debating the Balboa Bulldogs in
a game of baseball. Game time is
7 pan. and this wi'l be the first
meeting of these two arch rivals
this season.
Both teams hold a victory over
the Junior College so Tuesday's
game will put one or the other on
the top of the heap at least tem temporarily.
porarily. temporarily. CHS took the Devils in a
6-5 ball game while the Bulldogs
won a 2-0 battle of pitchers. All
three of the Interscholastic League
teams are evenly matched and it
is doubttul if the eventual winner
will be able to get through the
season without at least one defeat.
Bill Gibson, number 1 pitcher
for the Tigers, hurled the victory
over J.C. and it is anticipated he
will get the starting call again
Tuesday. Gibson is big, strong,
and has the ability to mix his
pitches well which will make it
tough on the Buildog batters.
Backing Gibson up, should this
unlikely event be necessary, is
George Kirkland. Kirkland played
for BHS prior to this season and
there is probably nothing he would
rather do than pitch against his
former mates. When he isn't pitch pitching
ing pitching he is playing first base and
his work with the willow has been
one of the bright spots in the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers offense.
Fred Harley is the likely start starting
ing starting choice for the Bulldogs on the
mound, last Friday in a twilight
league game.
Harley, a veteran from last
year's team, is a curve -bail spe specialist.
cialist. specialist. When he is on he is a very
pitcher and the Bulldog fans are
hoping that Tuesday will be one of
his hot nights. Should he get into
trouble coach Larry Horine can
call on Schock, former teenage
star Je'f Kline, or outfielder
George Barbier for relief work.
From the coaching angle this
game will be of unusual .nterest

for it will be a student vs. teeacfe-

er contest. Larry Horme, BHS
baseball mentor this year, was
one of the brighest stars in the
Cristobal High athletic picture in
the mid 1940's. On the diamond
his coach, Luke Palumbo, had
Horine at third, but when he mov moved
ed moved into college baseball at Univer University
sity University of Colorado he played in the
outfield. Palumbo is still master masterminding
minding masterminding the Cristobal baseball for fortunes
tunes fortunes and Tuesday night will find
him matching wits with his form former
er former star.

W m
m M

DON JANUARY Prominent
U.S. golf pro who will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Hotel El Panama
Hilton in the $10,000 Panama In Invitational
vitational Invitational Open which will he co co-sponsored
sponsored co-sponsored by Seagrams of Can Canada.
ada. Canada. Former Open champion An Antonio
tonio Antonio Cerda" of Argentina, who
had been announced as the guest
of El Panama, will not be able
to make the trip here du to pre previous
vious previous commitmenls.

Pacific
Farm League
Wednesday's Farm League game
was a contest between the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Jrs. and Cyrnos.
Playing heads up ball, Seymour
routed Cyrnos by a score of 12-1.
The star of the game was Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, who plays for Seymour, as he
struck out twelve Cyrnos batters
and pitched a brilliant one hitter.
Batting standouts for Seymour
were: Spencer, Black, Yuzua and
Adams. The only Cyrnos player re receiving
ceiving receiving a hit was Anguizola.
Soymour Jrt. Ab H R
Moses ss 2 0' 2
Garcia If 2 0 2
Black lb 22 2 1
Adams p 3 3 2
Broggie rf ...2 0 0
P. Keneally 2b 3 0 1
Yuzna cf 4 2 2
Spencer c 4 3 2
B. Keneally. 3b ,3 0 0
Totals 25 10 12
Cyrno

Battler lb 3 0 0
Anguizola ss 3 1 9

R. Carroll p 3 0 0
Nestler 3b 2 o 0

B. Thompson rf 2 0 0
Turner 2b :...2 0 0
Ostenso If 2 0 0

Schonert cf '. 2 0 0

Adams c 1 0 0

20 1 9
Dangerous Came
SALERNO, Italy, Jan. 21 (UP) (UP)-Soccer
Soccer (UP)-Soccer player Gastone Rapinelli
today nursed third degree burns
because of the overheated temper
of a fan. The peetatr tossed a
firecracker at him during a close
game yesterday.

foA him.. foA fax

for PANAMA'S 1958 GOLF OPEN
come and see Motta'g
Ylew Sportswear

foA him .
o BERMUDA SHORTS

T-SHIRTS with collar,
without Coll&r
And in the Ivy League
Stylo
STRAW HATS, all
colors and styles
SLACKS
SPORT SHIRTS
HOSE o BELTS
Leather Liquor Flasks

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Smart ssts of
Ptdal Pushers
Shorts
Slacks
Jamaica Shorts
Overalls Sailor Style

A. A

PANAMA .COLON

See Panama's Coif Classic
THE 1958 PANAMA OPEfcOLF TOURNAMENT

'

Thrill to the competition of world-famous
golfers for
The Seagram Cup
and
$10,000 PRIZE MONEY
at the beautiful
Panama Golf Course
CLINIC with demonstrations by top golfing stars from the United States
and Latin America le be followed by COCKTAIL PARTY sponsored
, by ROUSE OF SEAGRAM
Wednesday Jan. Zt at 4:3 p.m. Aim. 1
COMPETITION Entrance
Thursday, Jan. 23 I 1JM
Friday, Jan. 24 1.M
Saturday, Jen. 25 2.M
SEASON TICKET (except clinic) S.M
For Serricemen J.0
Plan now to attend this outstanding sports event
THE 1958 PANAMA GOLF OPEN TOURNAMENT
under the auspices of the Panama Golf Cinb

P. A. CLASSIFIEDS



TUESDAY. JANUARY 21, MM
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Resorts

Baldwin's furnished aparrmanN
at Santa Clara Beach. Talaphona
Smith. Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Ocaansioe Cottaga
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phana Paaama
3-1877. Crittabal 3-1473.
SHAPNEL'S rumlsha d nomas, ea
beach. Phone Thopmson, Balboa
1772.
POSTER'S Cottagaa aad Lareja
Beach Home. One mile part the
Casino. Phono Balboa ISM.
Houses
FOR RENT OR FOR SAtE:
Luxurious residence completly
furnished, in the Exposition
Grounds, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living-room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, oarage, laroe kitchen, hot
wirier, maid's room with sarv sarv-lao.
lao. sarv-lao. wash tubs, chothai linai, gar gar-don,
don, gar-don, lot 20 by 30 meters, easy
payments. For furthor informa information,
tion, information, too, Fabraga personally.
East 29th straat. behind Vaseo
market, from 10 to 12 noon and
3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Heusa with fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 3 bedrooms, street 95
No. 42 (Antigua Calle 9a.) San
Francisco, Tel. 3-37503-2537.
FOR RENT: Chalet thraa bad bad-mmi,
mmi, bad-mmi, living rooms, dining room,
t kitchen. Call 3-1254 after 4
85".
TOR RENT: Furnished house,
' two bedrooms, for three months,
." Street Cangrejo. Phono 3-
Soviets Approve
Truckers' Sport
LONDON, Jan. 21 (UP)-Cross
cdimtrv racing ia trucks is the lat
est ""fascinating"' sport in Russia,
Radio Moscow aaid yesterday. The
gffvittnment h all for it.
A bro
eniA Arvorc fnfit
risers, c
Steep hills and ride
Asl
ling "a vlry exciting
ig sport, it sard, the
races help eninee
improve tne
oi trucKs
1951 Chevrolet Sedan,
Deluxe, Power Glide.
1950 Buick Sedan,
Dynaflow, Radio.
1952 Packard Sedan,
Ultramatic Drive.
1953 DeSoio Sedan,
New Paint.
1948 Nash Super Coupe,
Radio.
1951 Oldsmobile Holiday
Coupe, 88, Hydramatic
1950 Mercury Sedan,
2-door, Radio.
1950 Oldsmobile '88" Coupe
1952
Nash Rambler
Station Wagon
Buick Sedan,
Dynaflow.
1951
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OUR REPUTATION
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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jaat bulb)
madam furnished apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, bet. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 1386. Now Alhambra
Apartments 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: As of February
1st. now chalet, large sitting and
dining room opening on beauti beautiful
ful beautiful terrace overlooking garden
lawn with putting green. Three
bedrooms, maids room, three
baths, kitchen and garage, store storeroom
room storeroom and laundry, closets galore.
Situated on "F" Street, El Can Cangrejo.
grejo. Cangrejo. Phono 3-0319 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment. Largo combination
living room and dining room.
Kitchen and bath. Ample back backyard.
yard. backyard. Unfurnished. Tel. 3-5647
No. 85 Via Porras.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchinerte, refrigerator.
Information after' 4 p.m. Call 2 2-1140.
1140. 2-1140. FOR RENT: Modem ocean ocean-view,
view, ocean-view, one bedroom apartmenrh
on La Exposition, vary cool. Cu Cu-caldn
caldn Cu-caldn fr Co. Phono 3-3330.
FOR RENT: A 3 bedroom apar apar-mont
mont apar-mont with 2 baths. Living-dining
room, balcony, kitchen, garage,
maid's room with bath, laundry,
porch, hot water installation.
Near Santuario Nacional, "00 "00-NICHITA
NICHITA "00-NICHITA HOUSE'l $125.00 In Information
formation Information No. 25-43, Ava,
Cuba. Tal. 2-0481.
FOR RENT: Apartment unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished pleassant surroundings,
two bedroom, two bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid'a room, laundry. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista 44th, Street No. 32.
Phone 3-0815.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with stove, refrigerator,
hot water, air-conditioned'. Cam-
po Alegre, Tol. 3-7192, 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Office, best loca loca-tion,
tion, loca-tion, naar Banco Nacional en
Cifta Ave. For information call
Cuealon & Co. Phono 3-3330.
Intramural Sports
B LEAGUE SOFTBALL
Dennis Bradshaw's Tigers took
the opening game of the season
from the Dodgers managed by
Guy Lord 15-10 as the Balboa Ju Junior
nior Junior Senior Highs Softball league
got underway, his victory couo-
led with a win over the Indians in
a hotly contested game 22-20 put
tne Tigers in a nice early season
lead.
Against the Dodgers the Tigers
jumped into a five run lead in the
first inning: Jim Forbes got the
big blow in this splurge when he
lashed a double that scored 3
runs. Duncan Brown got the only
other extra base hit and this was
also a double that drove in two
runs in the third Inning for the
Tigers. Charlie Bradshaw was the
winning pitcher giving up seven
hits but getting the side out when
it was needed the most. Al Muller
and Bob Dilier connected for home
runs off Bradshaw while Mike
Dubbs got a double. Later in the
game Dilfer added a triple to his!
record and so did Lord. 1
Joe Lawler's Indians upended!
the Giants by a 12-8 count mainly
on the great power hitting of the
Indians. Bill Wells blasted 2 home
runs and Archie Carroll got an another
other another to pace the hit parade. Char Charlie
lie Charlie Nickerson's Giants didn't get
the hits when they were needed
and only collected 5 for the game.
Ray Lloyd, first basemen, got two
of these and Jim Freeman got
the longest hit, a triple, for his
team,
Trailing 11 to 2 going into the
third inning the Tigers came to
life with 6 hits for 14 runs and
went on to win the game 22-20 ov over
er over the Indians. During the big in inning
ning inning pitching wildness and errors
did as much for the, Tigers as
there own hitting did. Charlie Brad
shaw's. circuit clput was the bi
blow of the inning. The Indians
fought back by Scoring runs in the
remaining innings but the dam
age had been done and they
couldn't catch up. Bill Wells con
tinued his great hitting by getting
3 hits in 5 times at bat lort he
inaians.
The Dodgers bounced back from
their opening game defeat to plas
ter a 25-9 loss on the Giants. The
big innings for the Dodgers were
the third and fifth when the scor
ed 9 and 10 runs respectively. To
mas Cosca was nothing short of
sensational for the winners by
collecting 3 doubles and a tnp.e
in 5 times at bat. The Giants stay
ed in the ball game in the fourth
by scoring 6 runs on the strength
primarily of Steve McDaniels
triple.
Standings
Team
Tigers
Indians
Dodgers
Giants
W L Pet.
2 0 1.000
1 1 .500
1 1 .500
0 2 .000

C LEAOUE WATER POLO
At the end of the first week Tom

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Ca Ca-talina,
talina, Ca-talina, good condition, good
mileage, accessories, also furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Call 2-2989 or 2-2735.
FOR SALE: 1950 Otdsmobilo
hydro.,, radio, boater, 4 door
$175.00. See at 2623-A Co Co-coli.
coli. Co-coli. Phpne P.C. 4434.
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way Body Massage,
ExcercMng Machines, Turkish
oath. Trained operators for ladles
lid gentlemen. Gel results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
1. Arosemena Ave. 33-43
Tel. 3-221T
NIKON
Cameras
at
it.
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
BOQUETE
EXCURSION
February 2, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
Ebdon's Marlin stand on top of
the league, but they are going to
be pressed hard to stay there.
Ebdon along with Jim Crane prov proved
ed proved the scoring punch to lead the
way to a 9-4 win over the Blow Blow-tish
tish Blow-tish in the opening game of the
league. Crane netted 5 goals to
pace the scoring. Gene Frauen Frauen-neim
neim Frauen-neim and Bart Mallory each scor scored
ed scored 2 to account for all of Sam
Witkin's Blowfish points.
Martin Holmes, Jackie Vallari-
no and At Alt man, olavine with
all the poise and ability of old pros,
spearheaded a spread attack that
had the Sharks completely baff
led and won a 9 to 3 game for the
Killer Whales. Holmes was usual
ly the final man to get a pass anil
on 7 occasions he converted these
into points for his team. Warren
Ashton scored 2 points for the
Sharks to take honors in this de
partment.
When tfie Marlin took to the pool
again they awam, passed and scor
ed their way to a resounding 14
to a resounding 14 to 2 win over
the Sharks. Ebuon and Crane were
joined this time by John Marcum
in playing some line water polo
Crane racked up 7 points. Ebdon
3, Ed Idol was good for 2 and Wil
lis Beardall ana Fred Chase each
scored 1 to complete the scoring
lor the Marljn. Ashton' was again
the one bright light for the Sharks
scoring all their points and play
ing a, fine defensive game.
The opening game loss by the
Blowfish7 seemed to teach them a
good lesson for they hit the wa water
ter water for their second game a much
netter organized team, and this is
the main reason they defeated the
Barracuda 1Z-3.
Sam Witkin and Gen Fraimn.
heim tossed in repeated oala
from the sides and Witkin, play playing
ing playing in the point position, paced
his team in some fine defensive
water polo. Witkin scored 6 points,
Frauenehim 3, and Bart Mallory
3 lor the winners. This was the
iirst same for Georce FitzcroraiH't
Barracuda and it is exnpptoH thJ
will k. w...!. 1 ,L
-mi uc iuuuu auuug in meir next
game.
Standings
Team
Marlin
Killer Whales
B owlish
Barracuda
Sharks

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and bouse for rent
with maid. For appointment call
3-7384.
FOR SALE; Venetian blinds
$7.00 oath. 4 pieces 33x58 2
pieces 26i 7x59, j pi,e, 29Vx
x 58 motor, washing machine
Kenmore, 25 cycle $10.00. Via
Porras No. 85. Tel. 3-5647.
FOR SALE: 4 Fan Philco air
conditioner, brand new in crate.
Bargain price. Call 3-7755.
FOR SALE, : Auqa-lung. French
tank included, $85.00 Call 86 86-2186.
2186. 86-2186. FOR SALE : Grandfather Clock
in. good condition. Colon foworfy,
Corner Front and 10. Street.
FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle 24"
baby crib, pbono 2-1794.
ATLANIC LILE LEAGUE
(Standings January 18,)
earns 0 L 6b
Police Pals 4 0-
CocaCola 2 I lVi
Mutual of Omaha 2 1 m
Pirates 1 2 2vs
Elks 1 2 2(4
Legion 0 4 4
The pennant bound Police Pals
brought their winning streak to
four straight as they turned back
the hard hitting Coca Cola club,
7 to 3, in a game played on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon. Will picked up his
second win ih two starts as he
bested Dave Wilder on the mound.
Coca Cola outhit the Police 8
hits to. 5 and all of the Police runs
were earned and were the result
of five straight hits in the sixth in inning,
ning, inning, but it was a case of too lit
tie. too late.
Mickey McElhone with 3 for 4
was the leading sticker. Walter
Couch was not far behind with
2 for 2. one of which was a doable
In the field Ralph Bender's one
hand catch of Will Will's drive to
cehterfield in the fourth inning
was the outstanding play of the
aay.
The box score:
Police Pals Wb
Crump 2b 4
McElhone, as 4
Will, p 4
Karpinski, 3b 4
Carpenter, c 3
Park, If 1
R H I
110
3 0
0 0
1 o
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
tr o
o o
Barber; lb 1
Bernstein, cf 3
Clancy, rf 2
Smith, rf 0
Totals
J 7 5 0
Ab R H E
Coca Cola
Bottlers
Conley. 2b
Wilder, p
ttoscoe, 3b
Crouch, c
Bencer, cf
McClelland, ss
Sanchez, lb
Hutchings, rf
Campbell, If
McLeod, 2b
Totals
24 3 I 2
Score bv innincs
Police 205000 750
Coca Cola
0 0 0 0 0 3-382
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Thursday's game proved to be a
fight pitcher's duel between Egolf
of the Elks and Perkins of Sey
mour Agency. This has thus far
been the most exciting game of
the 1958 Little League season.
Egolf, pitching for the first time,
struck out eight Seymour batters
and allowed only two hits. The
only player to connect for the Elk's
was McGrath, who had a double
and a single.
Perkins, of Seymour, also star starred
red starred as a pitcher allowing only two
hits. The only players receiving
hits for Seymour were Carlson and
Bauman.
The game lasted only fifty-five
minutes. The Elks won by a score
of 1-0.
The box score:
Elks Ab H R
Poore lb 2 0 0
Gangle, T; ss 2 0 1
Stoudnor 2b 2 0 0
McGrath c 2 2 0
Austin 3b 10 0
Hummel If 2 0 0
O'Connor rf 2 0 0
Burgener cf 2 0 0
Egolf p 2 0 0
2 1
1 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 O
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
Seymour Agency
r,atlsnn O
va
Coy c 2
Moses ss 3
.Perkins p 3

-dPerra, F. 3b 2
W L Pet. Bauman If 2
2 0 1.000 Farrell lb 2
1 0 1.000 Herring rf 1
1 1 .SOO.Zamhito 2b 2
1 1 .500,
0 3 .000 1

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1 1 Home Articles i)

WANTED TO SILL: American
wants to soil full set of house house-It
It house-It o I d furniture, refrigerator,
stove, etc. Call Panama 3-5087.
FOR SALE: Kenmore semi semiautomatic,
automatic, semiautomatic, washer, used 6 weeks.
Like new. Phone 86-4240.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi phonograph
radio combination. Panama 2 2-2042,
2042, 2-2042, evenings 3-5695.
FOR SALE: Simmons day bed
couch 'in good condition with
two extra covers and cushions.
$50 Tel. 3-6176.
FOR SALE: Luxurious silver
tea sat. Reasonably priced. 43rd
street No. 56. Phone 3-6582.
From 2:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Friday afternoon, Mutual of 0 0-maha
maha 0-maha knocked oft the Legion nine
by a score of 9 to 4. The legion
boys outhit Mutual and with heads-
up ball could have taken the
game.
Both starting twirlers, Dou gie
Billison and Greg Hakanson went
the route in the four innings con contest,
test, contest, which was halted by the six
o'clock curfew. Only two extra
base by Legionnaires, a double by
Jackie Biair and a triple by War-j
... I
die Redman;
Mario Julio contributed greatly
to Mutual's win by making a sen sensational
sational sensational shoe string catch of a
sinking line drive off the bat of
Greg Hakanson. The bases were
loaded and two were out, and had
Mario lost the ball three more
runs would have scored and the
rally might still be going on.
The bos score:
Mutual ej, Omaha
Dockery,fc
Julio, It
Hauseif, 3b
Burza, lb
Billison, p
Riefkohl, cf
Evans, as
Highley, 2b
Sealey, 2b
A R HE
2 ,1
3T2
3 2
0
1
2
2
,2
2
2
2
0
1
1
0
1 1
1 0
1 0
1 2
0 0
0 0
Leon, rf
Sanders, rf
Brians, rf
Totals
Legion
Claytor, cf
McBride, c
Redman, 3b, c
Blair, 2b
Clement, ss
Shirk, 2b,3b
Coffin, rf
Thomas, If
Hakanson, p
Barce ino, 2b
Pallson, 2b
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
20 9 4 2
Ab R H E
1
0
2
2
1
0
1
1
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
21 4 3 1
Score bv innings
Mutual oi Omaha 1134 962
Legion 0 12 1 481
The Elks supplied the biggest
upsei oi me season to date by turn
uig uaun uie nraies h to 4 on
Saturday afternoon. John Sanders
the winning pitcher, worked four
innings, with Nicky Brooks finish
ing up the last two innings.
For the firt four innings t h e
game was one of the best of the
year, with John Sanders and Tom
my xucKey maicning pucn lor pit
ch for
pitch. The Elks, trailing 3 to 2,
opened the fiith with a walk and a
single. Hermie Henriquez was then
cahed in to take over the .pitching
chores. His fast ball seemed to be
to the Elks liking as they went on
to score 12 runs in the fifth and
sixth.
Stan Motta finished up for the
Pirates on the mound. With one
out in the sixth he came in to re retire
tire retire the next two batters, dickey
was charged with the loss in his
first pitching assignment. Billy
Acheson and Jerrv Pabon oath
doubled for the Elkat while Tofn-
my Hickey hit the game's longest
ball a triple
The box score:
Elks
Will, rf, cf
Pabon, 3b
Colbert, If
AbRHE
2 10 0
5 3 2
3 2 2
3 2 2
4 5 x
Motta,. c
Brooks.N. ss,p
Sanders.Jo. p,rf
Acheson, cf.rf
DeBoyrie, lb
Brooks, F. 2b
Totals
P Pirates
Christoph, c
Murray, cf
Afberga, 3b
Urriola, If
Motta.S. lb,p
Henriquez, 2b,p
Ebdon, ss
Wiberg, rf
Hickey, p,2b,lb
(a) Shelley
Robertson.J. rf
Smith, rf
Nunley, rf
Totrtorici, rf
Totals
2 10
a in
30 14 12
Ab R H E
0
0
2
1
2
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
e 0
25 4 8 1
(a) Batted for Wiberg in 4 th
score by innings

- Elks 1 0 1 0 4 8-14 12 1
01 Pirates 3 0 0 0 1 0- 4 S 1

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: Outboard morn,-,
1957 Evinrude 35 h.p like
new, long or short lower unit.
Reasonable 6427 Los Rios,
Phone 2-4436.
FOR SALE: 14 fiberglass run run-abet
abet run-abet with Mark 25 h.p. motor,
like new. Call 86-2186.
FOR SALE: 17' folt.at with 2
h.p. "Elgin" outboard motor;
40 sq. ft. tail; 2-ooublo pad paddles;
dles; paddles; anchor, spare parts. $95
for the works. Johnny Gough,
Qtrt. 660-A, Curundu Hts.,
after 4.30 p.m. 83-4228.
FOR SALE: 16-foot sail boat.
Jut put in water. Quick sale
$500.00. Leaving Panama.
Phone: 3-6282.
Beer
by brewmaster
Cerveza Balboa's chances to win
the 1958 pennant will hinge very
much on the outcome of tonight's
doubleheader. The Beermen are
one game behind in the league
standing, but the all important loss
eolumn shows them and the Carta
Vieja Yankees tied with ten de defeats
feats defeats apiece.
From all indications it should be
Dave Benedict in the lidlifter with
Carlos Thome in the afterpiece.
Benedict who is four and two for
the season, has scored all his vie
uries over the Yankees, shutting
iU . 4.s.am Ll m Urihnnrinrl
them out twice. His lefthanded
slants should bring home the ba
con in the opener to give tne Beer-
men that much needed leg up in
this all important duplet a.
For the second game the nomi nomination
nation nomination of Carlos Thome is the on
ly choice left Manager Kellman?
The cocky bow-legged righthander
received his contract from Oma
ha of the AAA American Associa
tion last week, along with an invi invitation
tation invitation tol report to the Cardinals
trainingljamp in St. Petersburg,
Fla. However, from Winston-Salem
to the majors is quite a long jump.
Native pitchers Anselme Correa,
Jose Lisondro and Juste Hudson,
three guys who were never
heard of prior to the 19571958
campaign, combined to give one
of the finest pitching exhibitions
to be witnessed en e local dia diamond
mond diamond when they shut out the
power-laden line-up of foreigners'
7 to 0 in last night's benefit all all-star
star all-star contest in the Stadium.
Three hits were all Billy Shantz,
Whitey Schmidt and Co. were a a-ble
ble a-ble to garner off the trio.
An important factor of last
night's native triumph was the
fact that all three pitchers of the
winning club hail from points out outside
side outside the capital citv. From Rnr-ae
Ldel Toro come Ansel mo Correa
YmrA T..l. Tr.. J -i .
auu uusiu nuuson, wiliie ninqui
is responsible for Jose Lisondro.
Neither of them is of voting age.
Life was rendered miserable for
imported hurters Jim DePalo, Lev
Spencer and Bill Franco. Fourteen
base blows caromed otf the bats
of the locals highlighted by a big
four run rally in the third. Two
more crossed the plate in the sev seventh
enth seventh with the final one coming in
, the eighth
Rackets Committee
Looks Into Doings
Of Engineers' Union
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (UP) (UP)-he
he (UP)-he Senate Rackets Committee
cranked up today for a new in investigation
vestigation investigation Of racketeering and al alleged
leged alleged misuse of union lunds by
sticky fingered labor officials.
It planned to set un shnn in ths
Senate's marbled caucus room for
a look at the activities of the In International
ternational International Union of Operating En Engineers
gineers Engineers and the men who conduct conducted
ed conducted the union's affairs.
0!
ll Prominent among expected wit-
1 "esses were William E. Maloney,
n 73-year-old president nt th

4 I 1 oand J?ey Fay, ex-convict who re re-3
3 re-3 l 9 n putedly funrtinnerl as lgruir

0 toder in a cell in Sing Sing pri-
MMI
1 Before calling up Fay the Com-
i mittee was exoeefced tn dia inln
i negotiations preceding construction
O ui a wu,wu laoor center in Stock-
ton, Calif
For this Phase nf th innnirv ,it
o planned to summon as witnesses
0 moay a group of officials of Loc-
0 3 of the Operating Engineers.
0 Chief Counsel Robert F. Kenne-
0 dy said the Committee was look
0 mg for "any personal financial in-
0 terest any union officials may
0 have had In the transaction."
The- witness list included Vic Victor
tor Victor S. Swanson, local business a
gent; Patrick Clancy, local presi president;
dent; president; Ed Doran, a business agent;
and Porter E. Vanderwark, treasurer.

WANTED: Experienced sales salesmen.
men. salesmen. Attractive commission,
immediate payment. "Muebleria
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SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Banc Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Soars.
For the best TV service call
Dick, phone 1479 Colon until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
days.
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sects. insects. Al work covered by writ written
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Suds
Hector Lopez as usual, the big
man in the Beermen setup, takes
a B.A. of .406 with him into to tonight's
night's tonight's contest. With able assis assistance
tance assistance from Alonso Brath-vaite
(.297), Floyd Robinson (.291) and
Clarence Moore, who luring the
last three garnet have given in indications
dications indications that he has recovered
his Louisville form, stock in Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa's cause has gone sky
high.
With nemesis Jerry Davit he
has defeated the Beermen on three
occasions unable to start tonight,
the Shantzmen will pin their hopes
on big Jim Umbricht and Carl Du-
ser. Umbricht, a righthander is 2
and 2 for the Season, while Duser
a portsider is 2 and 0.
Last night's benefit contest was
completed in the excellent time c
one hour and 40 minutes. And thi
despite the numerous changes
that all star games contain. The
lack of arguments with the umps
and non-application of dilatory
tactics were contributory factors
to making 4he contest the fastesi
miie-inning comesi 10 oe pta veu in
the Stadium for many a year.

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DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
Notice to residents of Gimboa,
Santa Crux and Paraiso. From
now on all telephone calls for
the L. R. Sommer office in Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa should be made to Balboa
4430.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1950 Triumph
motorcycle. Good transportation,
80.00. 6-381, Gamboa.
WANTED: High chairs, strol stroller.
ler. stroller. Phone 3-0581.
WANTID TO BUY: 1954
Mercury Monterrey 2 door. 1954
Chevrolet 4 door. 1954, 55 or
56 cash. Sr. Octavio, Hotel Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt apartment 101. From 18 18-20
20 18-20 hours.
.WANTED TO RENT: North
American lady desires one bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartment on
first floor or with elevator. Tal.
Curundu 83-6141.
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charges that he was a member
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Political Call To Battle
Fight Demos By Standing On Record
Of Administration, Ike Tells GOP
CHICAGO, Jan. 21 (UP) President Eisenhower pledged last night he will take personal charge of moderniz modernizing
ing modernizing tne Defense Department snd promiwd that America will grow "ever etronger" -againit the threat of Soviet
Russia.
The President fired the opening gun of this year's COP congressional campaign before 5,408 Republicans

gathered here for a nationally teievisea iuu-a-piaxe qmnr
i The president told his fellow Republicans to fight Democrats for control of Congress this

"proudly and erectly" on the record of his administration.

Eisenhower drew a rousing cneer wnen no aiu
partment is necessary."
S He then departed from hit prepared text to add:

"in this, I tend to participate personally until the job

fall by standing

'a prompt and effective modernization of our Defense De

Presidential press secretary
James C. Hagerty said he expects
the President to send to Con Congress
gress Congress soon his plans for reorgan reorgan-Mns
Mns reorgan-Mns the Defense Department.
However. Hagerty denied that
the President has changed his
attitude about bossing the reor reor-gtnization
gtnization reor-gtnization since his State of tne
Union message.
"I did not agree with the in interpretations
terpretations interpretations that were placed
ufcon his remarks," Hagerty said.
The President's address in the
Hag-draped, spotlighted Inter International
national International Amphitheater celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated the fifth anniversary of his
inauguration. And the scene was
at times as loud and uproarious
at the GOP convention of 1952
ven Eisenhower was nominated
a? the Amphitheater for his first
pfesidentlal campaign.

The cavernous expanses of
the Amphitheater's Donovan
Ball were so crowded that the
political tub-thumping from
the head table was interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted repeatedly as harassed
waitresses crashed trayloads of
dishes in collision with fast fast-moving
moving fast-moving Republicans.
The President and Mrs. Eisen

hower seemed to enjoy them

selves tremendously on their

first political outing since the

Mothers Of Three
Americans To Heel
With Red Officials

Most Confidential
l abels Should Be
Gripped Berkner
ty a SHiNflTON. Jan. 21 (UP)

residential science adviser Lloyd
V Rorlrner said todaV that COWl-

dfhtial labels should be stripped

g uoiibu am jo iuaa Jad 06 uiojj

effete to further American scien-

ti'ic progress,
ft erkner, president of Associated

Uf versities Inc., said tne govern
swat's security system was hurt

in the nation's defenses.
As a result,, he said, the nation
some day may "have to fight a
wit with pieces of paper marked
secret instead of weapons and
men."
Berkner said over-classification
of data as secret had caused a
la in weapons development and
aped "tremendously" to the cost
of such programs.
Tie told a House subcommittee
on overnment information that
the United States should:
Heavily increase its spending
foe research.
Follow Russia's lead and estab establish
lish establish a central aency to translate

and distriDuie scieniuic puDiica puDiica-tions
tions puDiica-tions from other countries.
.Berkner noted that Americans
spent 280 million dollars for chew chewing
ing chewing gum last year while the De Defense
fense Defense Department earmarked 30
million dollars for basic research.
"I think the amount we approp approp-priate
priate approp-priate for research should ap approach
proach approach the amount we spend for
chewing gum," he said.
Berkner said government secur

ity reeulations hamper scientific

orofess bv preventing scientists

from knowing what other scien
tiMs are doing.

He said in one case a top secret
label was put on the communica

tions network developed for the
rsdar warning network in the Arc Arctic.
tic. Arctic. He said a year later the crea creation
tion creation of the "dew line" warning
network was delayed because top
military officers knew nothing
about how the earlier communica communications
tions communications system worked.

HONG KONG, Jan. 21 (UP)

The mothers of three Americans

jailed in China are going to have a
rnnferenee in Peioine with Com

munist Chinese officials, one of

them reported today. j
Mrs. Ruth Redmond, of Yonkers,
N.V.. told United Press by tele

phone from Shanghai she would

fly to Peipin Vednesday to join

Mrs. Marv V. Downey, oi New

Rritain. Conn., and Mrs. Philip G

Fecteau, of Lynn, Mass., for the
meeti.
She said the Chinese Red Cross
notified her this morning that Mrs.
Downey and Mrs. Fecteau had ar arranged
ranged arranged the conference. But the
Red Cross gave no further details,

she said.
John Downey, 27, and Richard
Fectiu, 30, are imprisoned in
Peiping. Downey is serving a life
sentence and Fecteau 20 years.
Mrs. Redmond's son, Hugh, 38,
is in a Shanghai prison servm ag
life term. All were charged with
espionage.

is done."
chief executive suffered a cere cerebral
bral cerebral occlusion last Nov. 25.

The Eisenhowers flew back to

Washington today, leaving Mid

way Airport about 8 a.m., ana

reaching the nation's capital

shortly before noon.

The President's speech was

part of a nationwide fund-rais

ing eirort oy tne itepuDiicans.
The President appeared on radio
and television along with a num number
ber number of other speakers. Including

Vice President Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon who spoke from New York,
and GOP national chairman
Meade Alcorn, who spoke from
the Amphitheater here, working
from a teleprompter.
The President's prepared text
was a rather soft-pedaled politi political
cal political call to battle. But he depart departed
ed departed from the text frequently to
inject fighting phrases into his
remarks.
His talk drew applause at the
end of nearly every sentence.
In his prepared address, the
President advised against turn turning
ing turning the achievement of national
security and a just peace into a

Mrs. Redmond has written two
letters to Premier Chou En-lai ask asking
ing asking lor her son's release, but she
said today she had received no
answers to them so far.

Argentina Puts
Atomic Reactor
Into Operation

BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 21 (UP)
Argentine yesterday became the
first Latin American country to
place an atomic reactor in oper

ation.
Provisional President Pedro E.
Aramburu started the atomic pile,
which will be used primarily for
research and also for the produc production
tion production of those isotopes whose life
is so short they cannot be imported.

It also will serve to train more
Argentine scientists and engineers
in atomic operation.
The reactor was built entirely
by Argentine scientists and en engineers
gineers engineers of the National Atomic

Enery Commission. The enriched
uranium fuel wis supplied by the

United States:

Anti-Perez Strike
Deprives Caracas
Of Morning Papers

CARACAS. Venezuela. Jan. 21

(UP) An antl government
strike deprived Caracas of morn morn-ins;
ins; morn-ins; newspapers today, hours be before
fore before the oity's church bells sig signaled
naled signaled its official start at 11:55
a.m.
Opposition as well as Dro-gov-ernment
organs among the city's
half-dozen mornlne papers were
affected by the walkout of editor
rial and mechanical workers,
which began last night.
The government organ El He He-raldo,
raldo, He-raldo, Caracas' only even'.ng pa paper,
per, paper, is not expected to appear.
Printers and other newspaper
employes prepared for the strike

by melting down all the lead

type and "boiler plate" previ7

ously prepared pictures, etc.
and turning off equipment so

they could not be forced to pub

lish.

Heavily-armed troops and po

lice stood guard in the streets,

under orders to protect owners
and employes- of non-striking

factories and shops. Police head headquarters
quarters headquarters ordered special efforts
to keep "banks, schools and busl
ness houses" open.
The Labor Ministry instructed

employers to prepare lists of all
absentees, presumably as a basis
for retaliation.
People mobbed shops here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, buying food, oil lamps,
candles and fuel oil in the ex expectation
pectation expectation that the strike would
interrupt vital services.

"partisan or poditical" matter in
this vear's bv-election.

"Americans must never and

will never let the issue of secur

ity and peace become a pawn in

anyone's political cness game
he said.

Canada To Buy Less
From US To Counter
Tariff Restrictions

OTTAWA. Ontario, Jan. 21 (UP)

Canada will buy less from the
United States and more from Brit Britain
ain Britain to counter U.S. tafiff restric restrictions
tions restrictions on Canadian goods, Prime
Minister John Diefenbaker told
parliament last night.
The United States, he said, must

"remove the barriers which have
placed Canadians, in the last 20
years, in the position of being the
most wide oper and available
market in the world while the U U-nited
nited U-nited States market has been
closed to us."
In his speech in the House of
Commons, Diefenbaker spoke of
Canada's imbalance of trade with
the United States as "a condi condition
tion condition such as cannot continue in
the interests of the maintenance
of the economic freedom of this
country," and criticized the form former
er former Liberal government for "re "refusing
fusing "refusing to realize the tremendous
danger to the Canadian economy
of placing our trade In one par

ucuur locality.

Red Building
Of Missile
Bases Bared

LONDON, Jan. a (UP) The

Soviet Union was reported today to
be building seven missile bases in
Bulgaria and Albania.

Diplomatic sources said five bas

es for guided missiles currently
are being constructed in Bulgaria

alone.
Two more such bases were un

derstood in the process of erection

in Albania, smallest of Russia s
satellites, but an important out outpost
post outpost on the strategic Mediterran Mediterranean.
ean. Mediterranean. Miswles from these southeast
satellite baits could "cover"
NATO'S sensitive south eastern
flank, the Mediterranean as well
at part of North Africa, experts
suggested.
Some of the" revelation of Rus Russians
sians Russians latest missile activities in
southeast Europe has come from
neighboring Greece, which is in a
good position to follow the goin$s
on both in Bulgaria and Albania.
' But other sources have indepen independently
dently independently made similar reports, con confirming
firming confirming these findings.
The Soviet was believed to have
dispatched a large number of ex experts
perts experts to both countries to super supervise
vise supervise the establishment of the bas

es and train personnel in the use

of the new weapon.
But indications were that the
bases are strictly a Soviet af affair,
fair, affair, though they are probably
camouflaged as a mutual de defense
fense defense arrangement under the
terms of the Warsaw Pact.

Experts here consider the strat

egic value of missile bases m nut
earia and Albania- as of consider

able importance to Moscow &r.d a

development which the West must

not ignore.

Electronic Brain
To Steer Spaceship
Now In Production

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INTERNATIONAL STAFF MEMBERS of the Inter-American Defense Board were briefed today
at Albrook Air Force Base by Lt. Col. Frank B. rtinn, commandant, Headquarters School for
Latin America, USAF. The members arrived yesterday by a MATS aircraft at Howard Mr
Force Base for a four-day orientation visit with both the School for Latin Ameri-i USAF
at Albrook Air Force Base and the USARCARIB School at Fort Gulick. Pictured' (left to
right) are Rinn; Cdr. Julio Ques, Argentine Navy; Col. Roberto Juliao Cavalcante de Le Le-mos,
mos, Le-mos, Brazilian Air Force; Lt. Col. Harry N. Albaugh, USAF, and Lt. Oswaldo Fourzan Mar Mar-quez,
quez, Mar-quez, Mexican Navy. Albaugh was commandant of the Headquarters, School for Latin Amer America,
ica, America, USAF, at Albrook from 1952 to 195(1. This s the first time a former school commandant
has been named as an IADB staff member. (Official USAF Photo)

Ikes Key Legislative Proposals Slated
For Stiff Fight In Congress-Knowland

OAK CREEK. Wis., Jan. 21

(UP) An electronic "brain"
smart enough to steer a satellite

into orbit or a space ship to the
moon and back is in production.

The announcement was made
last night bv the AC Snark Plua-

division of General Motors Corp.,
which opened its vast Oak Greek
plant to newsmen. Complicated
systems of wires, gyroscopes and
electronic tubes that provide

"thinking power" to three of the
nation's military missiles the
Air Force Thor. tae'Naw Resru-

lus and the Air Force Matador Matador-were
were Matador-were displayed.
Putting a satellite Into orbit

Involves only one crucial time as
far as a control mechanism is
concerned. That is when the sat

ellite's missile, launched direct directly
ly directly away from the earth, must

nre the satellite at an angle

more closely parallel to the

Learth.

A moon missile would have

this complexity multiplied, parti

cularly If it were to return to

eartn.

Then crucial times would oc

cur on leaving the earth's atmos

phere, finding a path to the
moon, meeting the moon safely

ana reversing the whole proce
dure on the return trip.

Balboa Lions Club
Offers Key Chains,

Service To Donors
The Balboa Lions Club has mail mail-led
led mail-led a small key chain containig
a miniature license piate to all
holders of Canal Zone automobile
licenses. This small plate instructs
the finder of any lost keys to drop
them in the nearest mail box and
the Lions Club will see that they
are returned to the owner.
This service is not confined -to
the Canal Zone. It has besn used
successfully in the United States
and other parts of the world. Last

year several lost sets of Kevs were
returned and already three ss
have been returned through this

svstem this year.

In exchange for this service and
the key chain, the Lions Qua has

asked that a donation of si or

more be sent to them so that they

may better continue their many

worthwhile projects such as sight
conservation through operations,
furnishing prescription glasses,

scholarships iot worthy Canal Zone

students, and other pressing

needs. ..

To date the percentage of con
tributions received is less than
that of last year at this same
time. Those who have not respond responded
ed responded to the Lions' appeal simply
because they have forgotten or
mislaid the return envelope arc
asked to please remember the be benefits
nefits benefits to the community which are
derived from their contribution.
All contributions go to communal
work, as the Lions do not use any
of the funds for administrative
work in rendering the key return
service.

ine Lions nave sent out over

9,000 key chains, but have heard
from only 2000 of the recipients.

They would like to continue their
program to the fullest extent, so
they are asking for the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the public through the key

caain service.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (UP) -Senate
Republican leader William
F. Knowland said today that foi foi-eign
eign foi-eign aid and reciprocal trade, two
of President Eisenhower's key leg legislative
islative legislative proposals, are in for stiff
fights in Congress.
But the California Senator pre predicted
dicted predicted both will pass in some form
although possibly in w?.iker form
than the President wants.
At the same time Knowland told
reporters he is unswerving in his
opposition to continued military or
economic aid to Marshal Tito's

Yugoslav Communist government.
Knowland left his GOP leader's
chair last year to lead an unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful fight against aid to Tito.

Military ai dto Yungoslavia hss
since been scrapped but economic
help apparently will continue.

The Republican Senate leader
made the statements at the Sen
ate Foreign Relations Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, of which he is a member,
Questioned George V. Allen,
President Eisenhower's nominee
for director of the U.S. Informa Information
tion Information Agency, aboaut his plans for
the agency.

The President has asked for in

creased funds for the USIA which

ran into considerable congressional
criticism last year when it was
headed by Arthur Larson, so-called

philosopher of "Modern Republi
canism."
Allen's nomination was not ex

pected to have serious trouble in
the Senate.

Eisenhower has stressed the need

for foreign aid, expansion of the
reciprocal trade program and ex

pansion ot tne miormaiton agency
as key points in the U.S. counter
offensive to Russia's economic and

psychological advances.

Knowland said foreign aid has
"always had problems" getting
through Congress "and will have
problems" again this year. He
said the opposition is just as
heavy among Republicans as
Democrats.

The California Republican said
"my position is the same as last

year" on aid to Tito. If it is in included
cluded included in the administration bill,
Knowland said he will seek to

knock it out.

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Comedy Of Errors Unfolds In Sky As RAF Fliers Fight For Control

LONDON, Jan. 21 (UP) The Each thought the other temporar- The Air, Ministry officially con-
JLlr Ministry loyally kept secret ily deranged. firmed the story last night, but
today the identity of two R.A.F. The story of the "battle of the emphasized that no one was hurt,
airmen who battled for control of bomber" had been making the It did not reveal the names of
rjrfcvwrra iet bomber as it hur- rounds of officers' clubs at R A F. -the pilot and navigator involved

tied earthward from so.ooo reet stations inrougnoui urnam mr
because of a "misunderstanding." days.

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but said both were "Very experi

enced airmen.

As the ministry told the story,

the two officers took off on a right

flight with orders to climb their

near-supersonic jet bomber to 35,-

000 feet.

The trouble started at 30,000

feet. The pilot heard the navigator

mumbling to himself oVer the io-

ter-communications system.
Then there was a long silence

Suddenly, the pilot heard his name

called and then the communica communications
tions communications system went silent again.
"Anoxia!" the pilot thought.
Anoxia results from lack of oxy oxygen
gen oxygen at high altitude and causes
sufferers to react as if they were

drunk.

The pilot figured something had
gone wrong with the navigator's
oxyen system snd threw the
plane into a steep dive to lower
altitudes where there would be suf sufficient
ficient sufficient free oxygen to "sober" him
up.
The audden dive puzzled the !v !v-igator
igator !v-igator whose oxygen mask was
working perfectly. The plane had
not reached its assigned 35,000 feet
but her tt a speeding earth earthward.
ward. earthward. He tried calling the pilot on the
intercom. Nothing.

"Anoxia!" the navigator

thought.
He left his seat and went for

ward to regain control of
plane.

The crew was now in the

unique position of each thinking

that the other was anoxic," the
official report said. "This, as can
be expected, produced some rath rather
er rather interesting results."
The results:
On his way to the cockpit, the
navigator broke his oxygen con connection,
nection, connection, touching off a warning
horn. The pilot bent down to
switch off the alarm. The navi navigator
gator navigator entered the cockpit and saw
the pilot apparently slumped over
the controls. He reached for the

control column and pulled it back
to bring the plane out, of the dive.

The pilot pushed it forward again

to get down to lower, oxyen-rich

air.

Both then began a fistfight to
gain control of the plane. The

the I bomber continued to plummet to-

warn eartn.

At 15,000 feet, the naviator

broke off the battle and switched

on tne pilot s emergency oxveen

supply. That would cure his anox

ia, he thought. At the same mo

mem, me duox nurea ne wast

low enough to cure the naviator's

anoxia snd pulled the plane up,

The navigator returned to his

seat ana touna tne broken con

nection in the intercom which

started the whole thing.

Said the Air Ministry: "This
was one of these unfortunate co coincidences
incidences coincidences that occasionally crop
up."

With all the satellites flying
around, even a fellow's castles in
the oir aren't sate any tnores

Board Rules Shift
In Cargo Caused
'Pamir' To Sink

LUEBECK, Germany. Jan. 20

(UP) A shift in cargo and im

proper handlm of sails caused

the windjammer Pamir to sink

with a loss of 80 lives last Sep

tember, a West German maritime

board ruled today.
The five-man board did not
blame any individual. Cant. Jo

hannes Diebitsch, the skipper, was
making his first voyage aboard
the ship. Hp was amnno thnea

drowned. Only six men were res rescued
cued rescued whent he sailing vessel went

owwn in hurricane Carrie last

Sept; 21.
The board ruled after six days
of hearings that "the control of
the sails and their positioning in
the last hours" violated the sailin
rules during hurricanes.
The 54-year-old ship, its rigging
and equipment were in good con condition
dition condition when the storm hit, the
board ruled. It said that "it is
possible that the lack of famil familiarity
iarity familiarity the captain had with the

crew and with the rieeine and

stability properties of the Pamir

had unfavorable effects.
"The limited sailing ship expe experience
rience experience of the first officer may
have contributed to this."

Knowland said he does not think

opposition to reciprocal trade will
be worse than objections to foreign
aid but the trade program is in
for an "equal fight."

He voiced doubt Coneress will

go along with the live-year exten extension
sion extension of the trade program request requested
ed requested by Eisenhower but added that
"where the compromise will end
up depends largely on the House."

the House must act first on lh

tariff measure. Knowland said a
2-3 year extension may l e the fi final
nal final result.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 8 3
Low 73 79
HUMIDlTYt
High 95 92
Low 58 81
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-18 N-18
RAIN (inches) 0 .01
WATER TIMP:
(inner harbors) 77 80
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22
High Low
5:24 a.m. 1 11:30 a.m.
5:51 p.m. 11:50 p.m.

Lutherans Receive
Quarterly Dividend
NEW YORK, Jan. 21 (UP)-The
United Lutheran Church in Ameri America
ca America announced today a dividend of
13.3 cents per share for the last
quarter of 1957 would be paid to
stockholders in its $4,500,000 iora iora-mon
mon iora-mon investing fund.
The dividend brought total pay payments
ments payments for last year to 48.5 cents,
as compared to 46 cents in 1956.
Shares are held by the United

Lutheran Church, its boards, agen

cies, auxiliaries and synods, affili

ated institutions and congrega congregations.
tions. congregations. ThC holdings are in bonds

and common and preferred stocks

House Seems Ready
To Up U. S. Debt
Ceiling $5 Billion
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21 (UP)-

The House was expected to ap

prove in full today the adminis administration's
tration's administration's request for a temporary
increase of five billion dollars in
the 275 billion dollar ceiling on the
national debt.
House leaders called the mea measure
sure measure up under a "gag rule" which
permitted only one amendment.
The single shot amendment
was in the hands of Rep. John
R. Byrnes (R-Wis.) who said he
would use it in an attempt to
hold the increase to three billion

dollars. He didn't expect to suc

ceed.
Treasury Secretary Robert B.

Anderson testified last Friday the

teoerat government won t be able

to "pay its bills" in the fiscal

year starting next July 1 unless
the present ceiling is raised. The
bill would boost the ceiling to 280

billion dollars through June 30,

1959.
The vast majority of lawmakers

seemed agreed some temporary

increase in the federal govern govern-menfs
menfs govern-menfs borrowing authority is
needed. The treasury for several
months has been scraping peril perilously
ously perilously close to the existing ceiling.
The treasury reported yester

day that actual debt reached
$274,897,784,290 on Dec. 31, almost

up to the present ceiling.
It said the government paid out

$36,060,086,982 between July 1 and
Dec. at, $6,735,274,580 more Ulan
the $29,3,812402 it took in.

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