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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Panama American
"'Let tke people know the truth and the country is wie" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1958
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R.P. Carnival Queen Roses
Flag In Canal Zone Monday

Panama's Carnival Junta hat accepted an invitation for the
1851 Carnival Queen who is to be selected Saturday night to
join in raising the Carnival flag in the Canal Zone at 4:30 p.m.
next Monday.
the Carnival flag is to be raised first in the circle in front
of the Balboa Elementary School and later at the Tivoli Patio
where they will fly throughout the Carnival Season.
Gov. W. E. Potter will be present to receive the members of
the Carnival Junta, the Queen,, her court and her Carnival band,
scheduled to come to the Canal Zone in a convoy entering the
Zone at the limits and being escorted by Canal Zone Police to

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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE PANAMA SAFETY OF

F1CE declared today that the last
week's 21-building fire in the Kan

Miguel area began m a room oc

cupjed by a Costa Rican identified

as Mrs. Ins Dobson
The office said it is presumed
that tht explosion of a kerosene
stove caused the fire, but need
corroboration from Mrs. Dobson,
whose arrest will bo ordered if
she does not put in' an appear appearance
ance appearance voluntarily.

The Education Ministry is con'

sidering the feasibility of beginning
the school year in April and end ending
ing ending it in December.
At present the school year begins
in May and ends in January with
in-between vacations in September
and at Christmas time.

Employes of Hotel II Panama
Hilton, have formed a union re reported
ported reported comprised of M per cent
of the persons employed by the
hostelry.

Both military and civilian Of

ficials and residents of tho. Canal

Zone are expected to be on hand

ior me one,, flag-raising program
BOA AND Cristobal High Schools
at which Queens representing Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Cristobal High Schools
wiM be present along with a spe special
cial special Balboa High School Carnival
band, arranged by Victor Herr.
Raisina of the blue and white
pennant Signifies that Carnival

awaso underway. The flags

urcre raisea in ranama several
weeks ago by Queen Rosalia Ba Ba-rraza,
rraza, Ba-rraza, the Republic's 1957 Carni

val Queen, who participated in the
ceremony at Balboa last year.
The raisine of the Camvai n.s

in the Canal Zone on Monday wiU

ne me bib act ox the 135 Queen
following her selection. The offiei
al Carnival takes place the the
touMlav peripl Feb. 15-18.

Pineau Opposed
To Border Changes
In Middle East
PAWS, Jan. 23 (UP) Foreign
Minister Christian Pineau told the

iiouuuai Assemoiy today France

to any border revisions

is 0

in the Middle East, eaneciallv anv

affecting Israel.
Speaking in a foreign policyi
bte. Pineau noted that the
Paris NATO summit conference
''proclaimed support for' the in independence
dependence independence and Sovereignty of the

iKuons m uje Miacue J
"On this Doint. I saan

10 empnaeize France

France

aaSHBKKA A 10 empnwize France's nnwtinn

1' iTittM al ..... . he said. "Fuui i

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petltes anc

Mcunty reguiauons, wnicn also trovtrs

Bloody Rebellion

Frees Venezuela

Of Perez Jimenez

CARACAS, Jan. 23 (UP) A patriotic junta

threw the nine-year-old dictatorship of President Moras

rerez Jimenez roaay ana sent mm neetng rne counrry to
the Dominican Republic.

y, Caracas radio announced the fall of the qovernment

at 2:30 a.m. after two days of bloody rebellion that flash flashed
ed flashed into a nationwide civil war and cost scores, perhaps

"hundreds of lives.

The overthrow was carried out by a civilian-mititaiy

committee which said it had the complete backing of th
i.: : i t i. mi t-

ngnon 5 ormea rorces. it quiCKiy ser up a rive-man mili military
tary military junta headed by Rear Adm. Wolfgang Larrazabel to

run the country.
Perez Jimenez arrived at Ciudad Trujillo in his
vote DC-4 at 6 a.m. With him were his wife and! tha
daughters.

nerally accepted as the longest driver in

urcni 1iUB wn ai.wHCQ

olf, shows now
a good crowd.

loang. ana movea in1

proposed amendments to Social

regulations, which also

were given passage.

4

Agriculture and Commerc
Minister Victor (lavas declared
yesterday tha tit won't bo neces necessary
sary necessary to import coffee this year
because of an increase in coffee
trowing. He also staitod that a
price hike requested by coffee
growers will net be possible.

Three new local Spanish-Ian'

guage dailies are said to be in the

offing, according to newspaper re reports
ports reports during the last .few days. One
will be named "El Sol," .another
will carry the name "Ya," and
the third ia yet unnamed, but re reportedly
portedly reportedly .will be printed by the
Star and Herald.

Youth's Damage Suit
Against PC Employe
To Be Tried Feb. 6

Trial of. a $,000 damage suit filed
by a 14-year-old Panamanian boy

against a Panama Canal employe,
Adrian Bouche, has been set for
Feb. in U.S. District Court at
Ancon.
The youthful plaintiff, Santiago

Ortega, charges that he was 'pain 'painfully
fully 'painfully and severely injured" by i
Jeep being driven by Bouche on

Madden Road last Aug. 17.
The suit alleges that Bouche op operated
erated operated the jeep in a "negligent
manner," running it off course
from the pavement onto the shoul shoulder
der shoulder of the road, and striking the
boy who, it is claimed, was thrown
violently to the payment.
David Robles of the law firm of
De Castro and Robles was appoint appointed
ed appointed as guardian ad-litem for Ortega
so that the suit could be filed.

The defendant, who works fn

the Fort Captain's office, is being
represented by William J. Sheri Sheridan,
dan, Sheridan, Jr.

rise to so manv

I create so many con

Dttt Dear Wr

"preearioua in that region wiiM
nak being deatroyed?'
The Arab nations have been
nFEHi W1? for "vision
LI hoti in Chance
the
Lerchen Named
Of Engineers
Week Committee
rinLrink HlS' maintenance en
ginner of the Panama Canal Co.

"wc" eciea as general
chairman nt th. into a?"'!

u,;. a.nginners
Week committer

. Engineers Week, Feb. 16-22 1958
is being sponsored by the four

i8ineenng organizaUoiis,
American Society of rivi

Engmeers, National Society of

xxuwnuonai engineers, and Pa Panama
nama Panama Society of Engineers and
Architects.
Engineers Week is designed to
point up the contribution f the
engineering profession to modern
civilisation, and to interest vouth

in scientific and engineering care careers.
ers. careers. Durng the week, special speech speeches
es speeches are being arranged fbr shcools
and clubs. As excursion through
Gaillard Cut, and a dinner-dance
are among the activities planned.

BAY! R SHOWS HOW ft'S DONE Big George Bayer,

does it. dvwiat yeeterday'a BU0m rm "gow ciiflic
Er nil fck matp nf pprpmnnips Amnnr the Pahar

nesto de la Guardia. Jr.. and Gov. W. E. Potter. President 0F la Guardia today officially tot the $10,000 Invitational ODen.

in which some of the best golf pros in the world tore pamcipsi ting, started at iziao.m py ariving me nrst bail.

i in r van

1 Zone civilian ffltr'Thllitary officials were president Er

er

Ike Balks At Handing Over

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Defense Report To Senate Probers

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 33 (UP) (UP)-Pres.
Pres. (UP)-Pres. Eisenhower refused yester yesterday
day yesterday to hand over the controversial
Gaither defense report to Senate
investigators on grounds it was
prepared solely for the executive
branch of government.
Confronting a problem as old

as the republic, he told the Senate
Preparedness subcommittee that
"I cannot properly" furnish the
Gaither or Killian reports on
national security or release them
for general publication.
"Throughout our history," he
said, "the President has withheld
information whenever he found
that what was sought was confi

dential or that it would jeopardize
the nation's safety or the proper
functipning of our government."
The subcommittee, headed by

Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex), had sought

the reports as part of its mvesti
cation into the U.S. missile pro

gram. The President's letter of
refusal was made public by

Johnson.

U.S. Losing Leadership

The Gaither Report was said

'Empress' Spends
Today Here With
600 Passenqers

About 800 passengers will spend
all day in Panama shopping and
sightseeing today before bo if ding
their ship, the Empress of Eng England
land England which leaves Cristobal at 11
teaight. : rjr
, The 25,000 ton British cruise ship
arrived today on her maiden trip
to the Panama Canal.
Cruise passengers on the ship
are all travelling first-class.
The Empress is considered to be

one of Britain's newest and most
ftuturlous eruisers. She was com'

pietefl last year.

Neighbor Sees
Thief Making
Off With Desk

In Bella Vista yesterday morn morning
ing morning a thief was seen to open a
garage door under an apartment

uuiuiing anu make oif with a
small desk. He carried the desk
on his head.

The owner of the desk was away
from the Bolivar building at the

corner of Federico Boyd and East
52nd Street at the time of the
theft. v

A neighbor saw the thief mit

ing off with the desk, but assum

ed he was a workman sent by

tne owner.
Panama Secret Police are in
vestigating the matter.

The
to ha

ave warned that the United

States faces losing its military

leadership to Russia. The Killian
Reoort on defense needs was

prepared by a committee headed

by Dr. James n. ruiuan, now tne

President s science adviser.
In other major defense develop developments:
ments: developments: The House hoped to pass to

morrow and send to the Senate

the President s' emergency re request
quest request for $1,260,000,000 to speed
missile and other defense pro programs.
grams. programs. Debate was broken otf
today because of the death of
Rep. Lawrence H. Smith (R-Wis),
who suffered a heart attack in
the House restaurant.
Chairman George H. Mahon
(D-Tex) of the House Defense Ap

propriations subcommittee urged

speedy approval of the money

bill. He praised Defense Secretary
Neil H. McElroy, but said the

defense speedup was hampered
by a "business as usual" attitude
in certain quarters.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash)
Wash) (D-Wash) charged that the adminis administration
tration administration was "virtually ignoring"

development of a radar system'
to warn of missiles launched by

Soviet submarines.

100 Atomic Subs

Rep. James E. Van Zandt (R-

Fa) announced plans to offer an

amendment to the bill calling fad

funds to start work on a fleet of
100 atomic-powered attack sub

marines. He said 400 million

dollars should be added to start

construction of the first 10.

The president s refusal to save

Congress the Gaither and Killian

reports was in line wun previous,

positions he has taken on surren
dering executive department doc

uments notably in the furor sur

rounding the late Sen. Joseph R.

McCarthy (R-Wis).

Many of his predecessors in. the

White House held the same views
Former President Truman re

peatedly balked at turning aver
papers to both Republican-controlled
and Democratic steered

Congresses.

The President told the Senate

subcommittee that witnesses al

ready had given congressional
committees "essentially the same

information" contained in the re-

ports. He said it would be lift

proper and unwise" for him to
violate the contidence of the
Gaither and Killian committees.

The chief executive said the

reports now are in the hands of
the policy-drafting National Se

curity Council and "never have

the documents of this council been

furnished to Congress."

He added that the documents

had been "most helpful to me

in reaching important decisions"

ana in drafting recent recommen recommendations
dations recommendations til r.nnffrpsa fur moplina

the Russian missile-satellite

challenge.

Officials Map Out

Plan To Distribute

Reparation To Jews

The
Judge's Bench

For starting his car before first

noticing whether he could null out

aneiy, a zj-year-oid soldier today
was fined $10 in Balboa Magis

trate's. Court.
The defendant, SP-3 John S.
Gray, Jr., 23, was involved in a
minor accident on Jan. 18" shortly
after noon when he was driving his
private car on Tivoli Avenue.
Jose A. Solis, 30-year-old Pana

manian, today was charged on two
minor violations, but when he

lauea to appear in court, the cas

es were Set for tomorrow after

noon at 1:30 p.m.

The Dominican Republic already
had given haven to some of his
previously-ousted officers.
National security chief Pedro Es Estrada
trada Estrada went to Ciudad Trujillo in

the Jan. 13 government sMakeup

tnat fouowed an abortive revolu

tion Jan. L j

v. ThjMituaMon in Cawaeas was

outlined to the nation by a series

iof radio broadcasts in which all

of tfie nation's radio and television
stations were hooked tip into one
network. j
One broadcast told -the populace
the 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew impoa
ed by Perez Jimenez was in effect
but the populace ignored this.
Within minutes ears raced
through the city honking their
horns while people shouted "Lib "Liberty"
erty" "Liberty" from their windows. Ttl Ttl-ephones
ephones Ttl-ephones were tied up by friends
calling with the newt.

The broadcasts emphasized that
all units of the armed forces were

in agreement.

Fabncio Ojeda identified himself
as president of the patriotic junta

ana assured the fullest coooera

tion with the different army corps

ana otner military groups.
Traffic was jammed for many
blocks in all directions and wis
getting steadily worse. Police
made no effort to straighten it
out but simply joined in the
shouting.
The loudest shouts were "The

tyrant has fallen! The tyrant has

taiien!"

Peretfii

Solis is accused of driving hit hit-truck
truck hit-truck on Gaillard Highway without
a driver's license. In addition, he
is charged with driving the truck
without its being equipped wittt a
rear-view mirror.

Cat Wandering
Lost In Diablo
A lost cat apparently of

good breed and used to a com comfortable
fortable comfortable life has been seen,
wandering around in Diablo as if
it does not know how to find its

way home.
Mr. Smith, whose telephone

Balboa 1844. does not have the

cat, but can tell the owner who

describes the pet the neighbor
hood in which it has been wander
ing.

ROME, Jan. 23 (UP) Ameri

can and European officials met

mere todty to plan distribution of

approximately 10 million dol ars

reparation payments to Vic

tims of Nazi Germany's JewisM

purge.

unicers of the conference on

Jewish Material Claims Aaalnst

fjermany scheduled executive ses sessions
sions sessions to precede the groups form formal
al formal meeting beginning Saturday.
The 10 million dollars available
for distribution this year is part
of the 107 million dollars which
West Germany has agrred to pay
Jewish victims of Nazism outside
toael. Other payments totalling
800 million dollars are earmark

ed for distribution m Israel.

Dr. Nahum Cnldmann of Nam

York, president of the claims con conference,
ference, conference, headed todays executive

session.

Bail of $lo on each count
continued.

was

5 7th Fleet Ready

To woae Far tast

War If Necessary

Joseph Behmis

Las! Man Out After
Movie Finished Here

Joseph Behm.l who was the first

man to arrive in Panamain con

nection with the filming of "The
Naked and the Dead," was also

me last official to leave.

'A
Behm and an associate whn

had stayed to wind up final busi

ness arrairs in connection with the
use of Panama as a film location;
were to emplane for California
early today.

Government sources
that the final pressure
the military's ouster of

menez began al the haw at

Tuesday at about the same' ;.LeV

the Caracas demonstrations bffikg
out.

The navy frequenffyat linkad
with an anti-adminifratiep mm
and it lad th revolt. It laarlvKt
joined by the army and tne ar armored
mored armored forces which accounts
for the small use of tanks' a
gainst, the rioters.
Throughout late Tuesday and alt
day Wednesday military leader
pleaded with the president to re
sign, thus ending Venezuela's trou
bles.
He refused, and the military gave
him an ultimatum expiring at 10
p.m. Wednesday.
Either he resign or the armed
forces would move in open t t-tack
tack t-tack on th presidential palace.
The president tried to bluff out
the situation but he capitulated

snortly before the deadline.
At that point the military lea
ers advised him that forces were
advancing on Caracas from a
number of barracks Perez Jimenel
considered loyal.
This was too much and after
weighing th situation briefly he
decided to depart.
The military group surrounded
him as he packed.

CZ Taxpayers Disgruntled At 'Careless' Revenuers

Inconje-tax-payers are St touchy lot. And why shouldn't they be?
Some of those on the Canal Zone are boiling, or at least simmering, over what they
consider the carelessness and waste of the Department of Internal Revenue in mailing out
returns for 1957.
Seme of these returns were mailed out by air, though the tax is not due until Mar.
, 15 am) the overseas people have an additional month of grace.
To cap that, some of the return carried 10-cent stamps, instead of six-cent airmail.
"What gees on?" one federal employe asked. "Are the Revenue people trying to solve
the postal deficit?"
Other people were snorting about having been sent the wrong forms.
Most people received only the simple ca rd form that can be used only by persons
whose sole declarable inconte Is wholly from wages, and is less than $5,000 annually.
This form estm to some employes who for years have been required to Use the larger.

and more complicated, form.

otm maam curve employes no ivogr wning wfee IBCelveu tne small ear a lerBU

YOKOSUKA, Japan, Jan. 23

(UP) vice Adm. Wallace M

Beakley said today the Q.S. 7th
Fleet has "successfully" tested it

ability to riht in the evenrt of
war in the Far East.

"afeaiiey. in a release Issued bv

the U.S. Maw Information Of

fices here, said some 30 warships
and 310 Navy and Marine air

craft participated in the four four-day
day four-day maneuvers which ended

Sunday.

me exercises, he said, "tested

the abilities of the carrier strik

ing force and other units ... in

oajoying out their roles in the
event of war." The games ranged

xnpjRjsiu's waters to the Phu

The photography ended last
week, and the producer, directors
and actors left for Hollywood.

Propmen and technieians com completed
pleted completed the packing of gear and

loaded it on a ship in Cristbai
over the weekend.

The picture will be relased joint jointly
ly jointly by Warner Btoihers aM RKO,
probably in the late spring.
All but about 15 percent of the
film was made on the Isthmus.

Most of the footage npt made

locally will be inside shots hov

ing the men and their far.iiic?
heft the MldteTs inva-lc th?
South Sea Island that is the main

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THI MAU BOX

COMMISSARIES, DOCKS AND SO FORTH

;Our Panamanian government

seem, like so many of my stupid native

in wie xnu wa.

of officials

matters they

- . l i, nlM4Mta eciir

mi oiries till thev came nere. uur governuicuj
SwoSen MnXiduals try to (sompare the claries paid
StiK blk ITto thosepaid by the richest government

the world. JL f Af the residenta

? of oreal d ttos working for
Staama Sana? Contpany. Any c-the, Amerfcans there
henternrises as banks and shipping firms, have u iPay dou-

for everything rent, hospitalisation eic. a w w -,

tfaZj.l l-ill I. .Kaiit eon Hoi V

Trefwe thrgoveent of Panama should realise what
would happen if prfvafcnterprlsea was running the clubhnues,
SSlsrfcs, restaurants and so forth on the Canal Zone
iThe Panamanian government could open its own stores and
fcrmnissarfes and, with no taxes to pay could probably seU even
Reaper than the Zone commissaries. But this would be called

piers as
Isfaclory

n" Ku,c'frr" ,1 which

I'Ulia ill en-a -"-

won as

jrauon to cwon. American in-

vrarauwa du.." Vwl imnt sn oon. What

Venezuela, u -j "."-,-, talt t know that ail

Panama has ewyuww- -i- r h.lf

ie government neeas is a r ,nMv,, at

ile long near tne ue juesseps v

Mat four docks right mere. ta

We have two on ra.:"" -VTJtm at

'tause of the expense or Duiiaing aoc m "ZI, "'tp.'l
fortobelo. Why not have them, pipe their oil to the Colon Free
Bene, and build ducks there? . Si-
I'm tired of hearing all these Gringos who WW8'1 un under
der under Sammy and break all the Treaty agreements. All we need
fi a s highway from Panama to Colon and we wouldn't

ive to bother about tnem ana wieir vw.

All.

SUGGESTIONS FOR GRIPERS

a few sueEesnons to u B

T(

to Bpan u z lette tum

nters ana iihq out, now wo

a eourse in

Ders and find out now

the people against ns tnem do

TO nousewives w uuu i

don't Uk their Jobs: Quit them and find

and neo

i

your own worn.
To maids who

jn&r. '" n. tti sv Times change.

ff "t?...,vT.rrhie.t oroblem today is Com-

?."yI.ii .ountrv Uke pnma, where naif the peo-

nunm. ,t-rf t.h wemon-Bisenhower treaty

-pie art oui oi wu n rommUnisni

TloTZS VX'ii gt
ToeSery buyers: You dont buy 1
Sidea that you are hepllng Santo Tomas hospital. You buy them
? l5i?ne?rcastillerdo Where were you when they made

'r -rvf the Panama Students Federation: Clean up your

Igovernment first, and then try to "componer" ours.
P To everybody to general: Nobody Is perfect. We all have
Sgood and bad in us, and if we all look for the good m every every-fiody
fiody every-fiody else and take care of our own badness, them we can live
5ln a better world. ; TWnker.

own

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BRITISH AID FOR THE VICTIMS

of Sin Ml '".';. vn. n emtt-

unanimously passeo to g vo u

Red cross, wunm a

acv. anrt narceis no iewer nun

kency meeting

resolution was

imort to the Panamanian

society had relieved with

Z,Y.. rf.ra, i or individuals. Further, funds are now perns

iaisYdl by the society for the purchase of furniture when tne

W captato "Kd officer, and men
dlan Navy cruiser Ontario, which has just been siting here
; contributed about $500 through the society for the benefit ol
85 unfortuwite people who We lost totoMJn totm.

WHO'S ON FIRST?

Sir:

f My recent letter (Mall Bex, Jan. 8) regarding the Casttljew
preposition to split Caaal revenues 50t0 has aPparenUy raised
.ane fm- -.nmniiK in Panama's fioanish -language press.

STjnsavory missiles galore have been flying in my direction. But

I am lute an oia umoreua mat nas wiuuvwa
.r n Hmn mnr nr nnp rtron 1m makes no llfierence.

t Meanwhile I notiee there seem to be conflletlnu opinions
among our neighbors on the 50-50 question. Dr. Eraeito Cas Cas-25ero
25ero Cas-25ero Jr. who, I nm told, claims to nave in his possession en
ninnrairinir letter from KcvDt's Nasser, savs one thine Presi-

- dent Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. says another thing. Ambassador
- hrto f'Tito'M Arias in London savs still another thing. And

now comes the flamboyant Ambassador Ricardo ("Dicky") Arias

-shooting off his fireworks in wasmngton, ana mciaeniauy uu uu-Z
Z uu-Z diplomatically lambasting the Congress of the United States
without anything happening to him. I do not think the reaetion
j would be one of dignified silence if US ambassador to Panama,
Julian F. Harrington, should chance to criticise Panama's Na-
tlonal Assembly, however mildly.
3 We Hi the Canal strip are beginning to ask ourselves who
m really speaks with authority on Panama's foreign policy. Is It
Castlllero? Is It Ernestito? Is It Tito? Is it Dicky? Who Is run run-Z
Z run-Z ning the show? Who is governing the little republic? Who Is
boss across the border?
I fell short the other dav to my observations anent US-

Panama relations. I must correct my mistake. Panama'; inde

pendence initially cost Uncle Sam not $10,000,000 but $35,000,000
Vianrimif nf tlAMnMW) t.n fh Panamanian nsfvl.tti im av.

;der that they might celebrate appropriately? and a handout of

1 $25,000,000 to the disgruntled Colombians so that tne might

Keen tneir nanas on tne ranamanian patriots.

Z In the clrcumstaneei, though they will pibbably m et thank
me for it, I don't mind giving our amiges in panamf this Ht Ht-S
S Ht-S tie piece of advice: Why ask Uncle Sam for radre money when
i It will simply go into the pockets of your enemies, the privi-
leged few? Clean up your house. Put an end to the monopolies
that ire making life bard for you. Liquidate the greedy and
rotten oligarchy that whip in hand, is ruling and eipleiting
you. TaJce the government away from the usurpers, and give
I it back to the people
To get this, all you need is guts, though I admit an explo explo-'
' explo-' sion followed by an earthquake might help things very nicely.
To wind up, I would like our good neighbors to ponder these
random thoughts. They are net from Nlkita Khrushchev, nor
from Nikolai Bulganin. They were written by good old Tommv
, Jefferson a shrewd fellow mar?, manv years nao in 1787, but
! by Jove tbey are timely new and will be forever.
iMen, amigos:
"What country can preserve its liberties If their rulers are

not warned from time to time tnat their people urewrve the

spirit of resistance? Let tnem tr.re arms! What significance a

jives lost in a ceniury or two? xne tree or liberty must be

ea irom time to time wim me oicoa oi patriots and
t It is it nflt.wn! manure!"

, hb r (

'd Timer.

By VICTOR RIISSL
Pardon me if I mix say meta metaphors
phors metaphors but James R. Hoffa, king
of the jungle known as the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union, has had his tail twist twisted
ed twisted recently in many districts of
his own domain. And the other
night his strong right arm oth otherwise
erwise otherwise known as Harold Gibbons Gibbons-was
was Gibbons-was almost broken in St. Louis.
A few uprisings don't always
make a full-scale revolt However.

Hoffa has been losing strength in inside
side inside the Teamos for months now.

At least one local has actually
walked out on him and the Team

sters Brotherhood. His strong men
have been losing regional elections
the most recent one in Denver.'
And some 20 powerful Teamsters
Union locals have quietly asked
the AFL-CIO high command to1
take them back. The odds are that

this will be done when the Execu Executive
tive Executive Council of the AFL-CIO meets
in Miami Beach on Feb. 3.
Genial Harold Gibbons, known
in many joint as Hoffa'i chief of
staff, has been conferencing a
round the country in an effort to
patch the cracks In the bets'
personal empire. Seme weeks a a-go,
go, a-go, Hoffa and Gibbons suddenly
found themselves in much the
same position a any prime min minister
ister minister and. one of his cabinet.
There was going to be an elec election
tion election in St. Louis a "by-election"
as the British call local balloting

which comes up between the elec

tions for a national government.
Frequently the prestige of the
whole government rests on such s
by-election. It became apparent

that Hoffa's prestige would rest on
Gibbon's ability to re-elect himself

president of St. Louis Teamsters
Joint Council 13.
After all, it was Hoffa's personal
Secretary of Defense running.

There hadn't been such sn elec

tion since Gibbons' took over con control
trol control of Joint Council 13, as "super "supervisor,"
visor," "supervisor," in 1953. Since then Hoffa
hsd made Gibbons his strong right
arm in all areas.
The election first was scheduled

for Jan. 8. The Hoffa forces knew
they were weak. Word went out
that Gibbons had. been ordered to

Denver by the International for
specif 1 work. The election wss
postponed by Gibbons to Jan. 18 to
pressure the opposition's forces.
The Gibbons boys did chip away
some 80 of the 14T votes. The final
vote was 78 for Gibbons and 71 for
hit opponent, Gene Walla. Gibbons
won only because he picked up
seven challenged ballots cist by
the Carnival and Allied Workers
Union Local 447 which has a very
Strange history.
In April 1952 this local, through
the good offices of tome hoys in
Chicago, bad been chartered by
the Jewelry Workers Union. It was

then investigated by a special
three-man anti-crime committee

of the old AFL, made up of George

Meany, David Dubinsky the La

dies' Garment Union chief and Bill

McFetndge, leader of the Building
Service Employes. They didn't like
what they found. They ordered the
Jewelry Workers to drop the
charter. They did, later in '52.
Soon the piece of paper was picked

up by Harold Gibbons. It burgeon

ed. The local became known as
one of Hoffa's favorites. It is still

under his trusteeship.

To many it seemed odd that a

Carnival local would locate in St.

Louis. The circuses with which it

deals have their winter quarters in

Florida and New Jersey. The
country fairs are mostly operated
out of New York and Chicago. But
there it is in St. Louis. Anti-Gib

bons forces say it did not pay its
dues to the St. Louis Teamsters

Council until recently. Nor was it

accredited officially, they charge

It just voted.
Had not that hot house local
east its votes, Hoffa'i htir-apptr-ent
would have been defeated.
Thi would have reflected the
kind of weakness inside the Hoffa
camp which, far example, moved
Hoffa'i people to attempt to
make, a deal with the opposition
Inside the teamsters.

Recently, Hoffa's national attor

ney, Ed Williams, Called Godfrey
Schmidt, attorney for the rebel
eroup now suing the Teamsters
Union in Federal court. He asked

for a meeting. They met in Wfl

Hams' office, along with Hoffa's

public relations counsellor and

friend, Eddie Cheyflte.

Williams then made a suronsinf

oferf. The Teamsters case could

be settled out of court, he suesest

ed, by an agreement which would

make the two lawyers trustees of

tne national union.

They, in turn, would nick a third

neutral. The three would then ad

minister the Teamsters' affairs for

four years. Hoffa would remain

1 tk. L-l.

in i uai-kgruunu om as presi
dent until everything was clean

ed up. The opposition was almost
tempted. But the proposal was
turned down because it would have

kept Hoffa in as nominal president.

ne war continues. And Hoffa

11 winning fewer battles.

Walter Winchell In New York

WASHINGTON Dwight D. Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, as he leeks back, over
his five years in the "White
House, probably remembers is a
lot 0. things.
He will remember, among oth others,
ers, others, those golden days in the fall of
1952 when he was campaigning
for President.
Those were beautiful autumn
days. His train rolled through the
corn fields of Iowa, the newly -planted
wheat fields si Minnesota.

the prairies of Kansas. The

crowds were jubilant. Mamie was
pretty. General Eisenhower was
at his best, vigorous, smiling, per persuasive.
suasive. persuasive.
I watched him as he hammered
at "Communism, Korea, and cor corruption."
ruption." corruption." Day aftersday he call called
ed called the roll of Democratic mistakes,
ufTolded a glowing list of sincere
Republican promises.
The general doubtless rememb remembered
ered remembered those halcyon days of the
"great crusade1' as he heean

his sixth year in, the White House
this week; and he may also have
recalled some of the promises
made as he traveled across the

nation. In remembering them, he
may even philosophise that the
career of soldier is easier than
that politician.
Remembering them as a news newspaperman,
paperman, newspaperman, I thumbed through the
speeches made in that golden au autumn
tumn autumn of 1982 to sat how near he
ha1 nnm. i..liltl iw 7

wiwj tu illuming mem.

And because there must be a
ccard-n government as well
as footbailt here is the Eisenhower
scoreeard of 1982 comnareri with

.1988.

MAN ABOUT TOWN
The underworld bust is that Mrs.
Albert Anastasia (widow of the
recently slain gang executive) has
"vanished.' Day after the funer funeral
al funeral she reportedly told bis brothers
"to do anything" tbey wished with
their palatial home and other pro property.
perty. property. Then Mrs. A. drove olf
with her two infants and allegedly
"dropped out of sight ... Don't
invite Lilo the star of '('Can-Can)
and the Musettes '"Hi to the
same poddy.' (Big phewd ever
name smiUarity) ... Michael Wild Wilding
ing Wilding (reported at ailing Marie Mc McDonalds
Donalds McDonalds b'edside) tell herd for an
American stripper in London. (Wot
ta comedown.) ... Big Cuban Am Amor:
or: Amor: That if rebel chief C a s 1 1 o
"sets lucky one of his first liou'i-

dations will he to assassinate Afl

ericani operating Havana 'iamb

ling casinos Castro wants h

the headlines in the UX. as "a
crusader for right ... v
This column appears in three Ha Havana
vana Havana newspapers. Two in Span Spanish
ish Spanish the other in Broadwayese...
It is doubtful that Pres. Batista's
censor will run this item. (End
of shrug.)

Columbia Pictures prexy H. Cohn,
Sammy Davit, Jr., and stur Kim
Novak to the tame town, or some-

e has to wmd up very dead... A-

nita Ekberg wanti you people to
look at her face which is hardly

as pretty at her shape ... Author

Lloyd Shearer's apt Parade cap

sule of M. rodd: "fie nas a Macn-

iavelllian mind, a face thst "eeins

filled with all the broken Com

mandments, ana a neait tnat is
good and soft, especially to his
mother" ... Sill Hearst's postcard
from Moicow to "Prmcer' Mike

Romanoff of Beverly Hills: "They

speak of you often here, but not

well."

"British prtsa unhappy over U,
S. police handling of Sarah Chur
chill" ... Just at unhappy, we as

sume, at most Americans were

over the way some British re

porters treated Mr. and Mrs. Red

Skelton and their ailing youngster

untu tney nad to uee from Lon London
don London back to Hollywood ... Actress

Greta Thyssen's makeup secret

A thick coat of oatmeal on her

face when she's home. (Ugh!)-..

Muton caniff (creator of the N Y

Mirror's "Steve Canyon") is at

St. Vincents Hosp. for a check-'uo.

He prolly will evenchilly Include
the medics and nurses in his po

pular comic strip... Harold Hecht

('of the Hecht-Hill Lancaster film
firm) and the income tax people

nave a difference oi opinion re

gardmg an "art collection." (Hap
py headache) ... Don't mvite Or
ion Welles and Shelley Winters

groom rony Francjpsa to appear

in tne game movie, me latter nas

the sulx.

Barbara Hutten leaves for Ha

waii after her Mexico visit.. Her

sixth groom, Baron; von Cramin

(now ra Germany), claims the div

orce rumors are ridic. Some folks
have a marriage by proxy. Babs
k.. V,.. -..11 S...U.

Herald Express city desk,

ill U'cse orchids.

L.A

which mom cut a.

Dan't Invite iter Edward G.
Robinson and producer ..director

Uosi Logan to the same tlicattj...
mm Corns, romantically blended

1 wno i star Gene Kelly by some col-

yums, is ackcuiiiy a fewee tnena.
She's uho his ass't choreograph

er. (He means dance-director) ...

They say Sidney Chaplin's newest
eyetera is Bet HUl of the tobacco
clain ... Jill Corey's Las Vegas pel
is almost ready. Booked there

next Summer when the Hit Par

ade takes a vacaysh. .. The Mir Mirror's
ror's Mirror's aisociate picture f d Tom

Governaje's dghtr J6an becomes
Mrs. J. J. Leddv, Jr Feb. 1 ...

Two-Ton Tony Galento (on loca

tion with '.'Across the Everglad

es") is gal-avanting with stvipip

Wanda Evans, a Miami Joynt's
headliner ... The best-restaurantt-

in-town list must include fhigh on

the list): The Impemle at E22 E

44th, one o ourf pet musts ...Don't

invite playwright A. Laurcnts and
agent Gloria Safier to the same

auditions.

Talluiah had a near-miss the
other evening when her electric

bed pad caught fire ...Jack Car

ters long time estranged spouse
(Joan Mann) has a new love but
he isn't divorced yet, socoo here's

your nickel back... Josephine Frem

ice's stage-adorer is a Caucasian

tycoon (L.E.) who was given the

big brush by Jams Paige last year.

(Hew does he know all din?)

Hetty Furnest and George Lloyd

(whoever he? keep the fves
aglow at The Living Room ... the
three column plugs (m as many
columns) for Ben Blue's Santa
Monica laugh-spot has the joynt
playing to capacity. Thanks to the

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(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly 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 be 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 PROXIES
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THE SECRETARY.

The R. H. Donnelly Co. (autho (authorities
rities (authorities on poll-taking, surveys, rat ratines,
ines, ratines, etc.) promised to report the

first results on the Winchell tele television
vision television poll in the next -column ...
Please don't stop ubmitting your
list of teevee favorite programs
and if you buy the sponsor's prod

ucts ... One program which camp

agined, electioneered and urged
viewers to mention their thow (on

our lists) was unfair to other tee

vee shows ... Next morning, fol following
lowing following their plea, we ree'd over
2,000 votes for that show. They

are voided, of course ... We will

send them to that oroaucer P.S

They didnt need to ask for votes,'.

many viewers enjoy tuoir show...

Send your iist of pet loeveo shows

(the ones you dial regiuarly, etc.)

to W.W., N.Y. Mirror, 235 East
45th Street, NYC- .. Theukyu.

IKl'l SCORE-CARD
.1, BUDOIT DIPICITS- "We
will stop wild spending of your
money and prevent these recur recurring
ring recurring national deficits from putting
the pressure dn vow mnnn t an

down and down." wiiminon

Oct. 17, '52. (Inflation has gone up
and up, the vaiue of money has
gone down end down.)-
l ARM PRIt "The Re Republican
publican Republican party is pledged to the
sustaining of the 90 per cent pari parity
ty parity price support and it is pfedg-

ea even more than that to helping

;.X i"""'r omainws run parity,
100 percent parity, with the guar

anw iB tne prtfe tupnorta of M,"

vtowmss, .v oct. -4, '52.
(Last week Eisenhower sent a

.message io uongress urging that
farm price supports be reduced to

ww per cem.)

'M- "I .m for

I. UNIMPLOYMSMT "Nev "Nev-er
er "Nev-er again must the crime of mass
unemployment be visited upon our
people." Worcester, Mass., Oct
20, '52. (Unemployment is now ap approaching
proaching approaching 4,000,000.)
. BUSINISS EXPANSION -"We
shall encourage venture ca capital
pital capital investment at home and a
breed. We shall support a for foreign
eign foreign investment policy that en encourages
courages encourages growth through the

fsee world." Peoria. M.. Oct

51. (We are still using foreign a

and government loans to .support
foreign economies.)
7. EDUCATION "In this cri critical
tical critical problem of adequate educa education
tion education we must now undertake to
help needy states build schools."
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 9,
'52. (No school construction bill
baa passed in five years. Last
summer, the White House did net
even make one phone call to Con Congress
gress Congress to urge passage.)
I. HOUSING "We must have
better housing for those Ameri Americans
cans Americans who are now -forced to live
in slums and substandard dwell dwellings
ings dwellings and i blighted neighborhoods."

- Pittsburgh, Oct. 27, .'12. (Last
year Ike criticised Congress for
passing s $177,000,000 urban re renewal
newal renewal slum clearance housing
program.)
t. INFLATION "We are com com-mftted
mftted com-mftted to stabilize money and to
quit living off the piggy banks of
our children and the juU's oi our

grandchildren." Tulsa, Oct. 13,
'52. (Last week Ike announced
that he favored deficit spending.)
10. TAX. REDUCTION "The
people who pay the taxes will know
where we are going. They will
know that w ar on our way to toward
ward toward a balanced budget, toward
rduction in the national debt, to toward
ward toward lower taxes." St. Louis,
Sept. 20, '52. (Taxes have not been
lowered, the President indicates
the budget wih not be balanced,
and there is to be an increase is
the national debt.)
11. RECLAMATION "In the
development ox water storage bas basins
ins basins for reclamation o the lands
of the great west, I shall recom recommend
mend recommend that the Congress make av available
ailable available public money for the con construction
struction construction of such projects wherev wherever
er wherever needed." -Nov. 1, '52. (Hell s
Canyon, the biggest water storage
basin in the USA, was. vetoed by
the White House, and great pres pressure
sure pressure was put on Congress to de defeat
feat defeat it.)

12. SMALL BUSINESS "What "Whatever
ever "Whatever I can do to further the cause

-of small business and Drovide a

diversified industry in all small

Sometime-, the col'm has to wait
a Whole day or a .Whole year; tdr
an-item to be confirmed ...in 1955
we caught hell from readers and

listeners for reporting that Univer

sal Service Corp. (of Houston, Tex Texas)
as) Texas) would make stock market
news, etc., which it did ...An argu argument
ment argument between that firm and the
SCE followed soon atter and we

were blamed for losses sust

ained by investors. Now, a year
later, that company (according te
the Houston, Texas, Post) has won

its fight to lift a ban on its securi

ties ... Writes a reader: "Here

are clippings confirming your in

formation on Feb. 13, .1955. and

or faith in its authenticity has at

long last been partly justified.

Here's hoping your description of
the areas' mineral potential is

equally justified, and Im sure it
will' be. Tom Omstead, Houston

(Texas) Post."

Th elite of Hollywood's star

dom danced all night via Bernie

Rtehards exciting mambo1 hot-beat
at the .fun-party flung by the Greg
Bautzers (Dana Wynter) in Rom.
anoffs. The Van Johnsons (t v e
Abbott) 'starred' in the 3 a,m, jam
session. (Arthur Murray better
watch out) ... The ,Leo Paviehs,
wed a month ago, wish the unin uninformed
formed uninformed item -planters to. know that
fact. Dorothy Towne is a long longtime
time longtime pal of both .... Former Broad Broadway
way Broadway star Grace Bowmen is too ill
at Santa Monica Hosp,.. Has Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Cerf (Random House) ever
seen the delightful book for. chil children
dren children by dancer tois Ray? A nov novelty
elty novelty that merits circulation.. .Patri .Patricia
cia .Patricia Maclean, producer Gilbert
Miller's Girl Friday, becomes Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Krawitz bride in' late March.
He's on Mike Todd's plug-planting-pufflicity
staff ... Ginger Rogers
is zeeing zee sights avec French
filman Henri Boullier ...Tab Hun Hunter's
ter's Hunter's nightly gallbi is society pet
and fashion model Carol Lp Clair
... Oops! Gene Weber, the vit,
wires: "Vou gave Pageant mag
an orchid for Its tip: 7'Save your
money. Some day it may become
valuable again. I' gave you that
line over a year age which you
ran. You all right, Walter ...
Overheard: "Teevne is. sure tak taking
ing taking over Hollywood '"Yes, ihe
big head is being replaced by the
big rating.

Hon under farm TWn.n ETr.

strengthen the family Urm a the

mainstay of Our agricultural 'pro 'production."
duction." 'production." Columbia, S.C., Sept.
30, 52. (Secretary Benson now ad advocates
vocates advocates the end of the family
farm.)
4. MILITARy'DIPENSI-' We
sha'l review our entire prepared preparedness
ness preparedness program and we shall strip
it clean of waste, lack' of coordi coordination,
nation, coordination, inertia, and eonflict be between
tween between the services." -The he
publican platform. (Recent devel developments
opments developments speak for themselves.)

Manches-

vry. Chi, OA.
ness bankruDtcies rea

time record last year.)

13. SECRECY IN OOVERN OOVERN-MENT
MENT OOVERN-MENT "The facts mutt be giv given
en given to the American people; they
must know our aims, the 'reasons
for them, and. the cost of attain attaining
ing attaining them." -Indianapolis; Sept. a,
'52. (The American Society of
Newspaper Editors believes that
secrecy In government has in increased.)
creased.) increased.) Maybe the party managers took
Ike up on the nountaintop. May Maybe
be Maybe they hold him the Job of being
President was too easy. Or may maybe
be maybe he just promised too much.

BRIBES FOR JOBS
SYDNEY, Australia (UP )-The
unemployment problem is so se serious
rious serious in Australia that migrants
are offering union officials bribes

to get jobs, a union official said

today. Thomas Doug
tary of the Ausfra

Union, said migrants, many non-

Doueherty. secre

tusfralan Workers

English sneaking crowd union of of-nces
nces of-nces daily desperately aeekini

work. They leave money on offi

cials' desks and try to stuff bills
in the officials' pockets m hopes
of winning jobs, Dougherty said.

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01 Cruelly Charges

YOKOSUKA, Japan, Jap. ,23
(UP) A general courtmartral yes
terday convicted 200-pound Ma Marin
rin Marin Sgt. Adrian A. McLane of
eWelly punching and slappin nat natal
al natal prisoners in his charge.
He also was found guilty of sim simple
ple simple assault with a. bayonet and
forcing one prisoner to perform
a degrading act in public.
The court set sentencing for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow The court of four Marine and
four naval officers deliberated
nearly eight hours before return returning
ing returning a verdict.
McLane, 23, of Philadelphia,
flushed and appeared angry. He
refused to talk to newsmen and

went directly to his barracks after

snaking hands with his defense
attorney. Frank Scolinos.

"Thank you, pops, I'll see you
again," he told the attorney.

McLane had been accused of

nts of assault and 16

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Lex Barker Sues
Gina's Husband
For Defamation

twn stunt

MhuiMM

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of assault with a bayonet, and con convicted
victed convicted on the other after it was

reduced to simple assault

Under the cruelty charge, he

was convicted of nine counts
four of punching prisoners with
his fist, one of hitting a prisoner
in the stomach with his hands,
three of slapping prisoners and
one of forcing a prisoner to per perform
form perform a degrading act.
Among the counts of which he
was absolved were forcing shav shaving
ing shaving cream into a prisoner's mouth
and making him wash his face
in a toilet bowl.
The husky Marine sweated out

ROME, Jan. 23 (UP) Former
movie Tarzan Lex Barker filed a
suit against Gina Lollobrigida's

husband, Milko Skofic, today

which charged "aggravated de defamation."
famation." defamation." He said Skofic called
him a "has been."
The suit did not demand any

specific amount, thus leaving it

up to the court to decide.

Baker's attorney Giovanni Ozzo

filed the suit. He also named the
director of the newspaper that
printed the story in question and
the newsman who wrote it. The

story quoted Skofic as saying

Barker Was an attore deeiaso,

literally a "declassed actor," ac

tually a has been.

1957 Figures Show

Average Pay Down,

Cost Of Living Up

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UP -r

The cost of living halted its up

ward sDtral in December but stil

wound up 1957 some 3.1 per. cent
higher than a year earlier, the

government reported yester"av.
December was only the Mcond
month out of the last 16 in which
living costs had not set record

highs. The levelling off was doe

chiefly to a- 2.7 per cent drop -ffl
new car prices that helped offset

higher costs 'for food, housing and

ether services.

The Labor department's Bureau

of Labor Statistics also repprred

that the take-home pay add buying
power of factory workers were nn
changed between November, and

December.

But take-home pay dropped IVi
per cent throughout 1957 as a
whole because of a shorter work
week. Higher prices also slashed
the buying power of factory work workers
ers workers by 4V4 per cent during the
year.

Take home pay amounted to

$75.40 a week last month for the
average factory worker with three

dependents, and $67.99 for a work
er without dependents.

The government's consumer

price index last month stood at

121.6 ver cent of the 1947-49base

period. It 'started its record-

breaking climb in September, 1958,

and rose for 13 months in a row.

It held steady in October, rose

sharply in November and then

levelled off last month.
The report came just 24 hours
after President Eisenhower
warned business and labor in his
annual economic report against
"unwarranted" wage and price
increases. He sard they would

slow recovery from the current

business dip.

But union officials said labor in

tended to seek substantial wage

increases. Industry officials made
clear they either could not, or
would not, do much to carry out

the President's request.

, Barker's agent said, any sum
awarded through the suit would
be given to a charity named bv

Skofic. Skofic has denied making

. xiis invHMUu -mwvm 1UU

Skofic as saying his wife had -been
promised Montgomery Clift as a
partner ltf the film. "Imperial

venus," but "instead there an

peared a has been actor in search

of fortune in Italy. I mean. Lex

Barker."

the verdict m the defense coun

sel's office directly beneath the

second floor courtroom where the

judges were deliberating.
McLane was the last of 16 Ma

rine guards charged with cruelty

to prisoners at the Sasebo' naval
brig in Southern Japan.

Big Cunard Liner
Is 'Boat of Lords'
Bound For New York

SOUTHAMPTON. England. Jan.

23 (UP) A floating House of

Lords sails for New York today

The passenger list of the Cunard
liner Queen Elizabeth reads like

Who's Who in British Peerage.

Among the seven lords on board
will be two earls, a viscount, two

narons ana a anigni.

The list also includes untitled
Wilfred Proudfoot, 37, described
in his home town as the only

Scarborough: England, town coun

dllor with a crew cut. He's ff on
an 8.000-mile trip to learn about

American supermarket methods

which he hopes to use In a self-

service store he owns at Scarbo

rough.
"I'd call it an aristocratic ship shipload,"
load," shipload," a Cunard sokesman said.
He went down the titled list:

The Earl and Countess of Arilie,

the Earl of Caerharuon, the Vis
count and Viscountess of Win

borne, Lord and Lady Barnby
(he's and Lady Wernher (he's

Harold and Lady Wernher (lies'

a baronet), Sir Ronald and Lady
Prain (he's a knight) and Lord

Ennisdale.

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DOWN UNDER Dwarfed almost to sputnik size by this huge
globe on the campus of Babson Institute in Babson Park; Mass.,
Nobuo Yokata, left, and Sachito Sasaki, right, listen as Leonard
Smith gives them a quick geography lesson. Smith, president
of the Student Council, pointed out the sights during a visit of
the two Japanese to the school. They are touring U.S. colleges
Udder the auspices of the National Student Association.

Miracle Drug Helps
Save Boy From
Sleeninq Pill Death

MONTREAL, Jan. 23 (UP) A
half ounce o' a miracle drug lov,.i
from New York in a dramatic se
ries of relays helped save the li'e
of a "curious" 4-year-old boy to today
day today who swallowed a heavy over overdose
dose overdose of sleeping pills.
Dr. Andre Soucy, a resident at
St. Justine Hospita', said little
Ronald Tisdale, of Montreal, "is
out of danger now, although he's
not 100 per cent well yet." He
said Ronald was semi-conscious
but had been taken of.' the critical

list.
Dr. Soucy and two other doc doctors
tors doctors worked frantically when the
boy was brought into the hospital
last night "in very bad shape."
They decided they needed a newly
developed drug called Megimide.
The doctors put in a rush call
to New York's highly regarded
Poison Control Center. One -half
ounce of the drug was located by
the center's night emergency in

spector, James Grennan.
Grennan rushed to La Guardia
Airport after Eastern Airlines assured-
him it would hold its
Montreal-bound flight 54 until he
arrived. The plane, delayed an
hour, stopped over at Burlington,
Vt., briefly, and then landed at
Montreal's Dorval' Airport at 3

a.m., about three and a half

hours a ter Grennan received the
mercy call.
Dr. Soucy took the vial from

Ecuador Freighter
Rams, Founders
Fishing Vessel
NBW ORLEANS, Jan. 23 (UP)
An Ecuadorean freighter ram rammed
med rammed and sank a fishing boat ear early
ly early tfllav and thp Cnavt finarH

said four crewmen of the smaller

vessel were missing.

A Coast Guard helicopter and

a 40-foot patrol boat were unable
to locate survivors of the fisher fishermen,
men, fishermen, tentatively identified as the
Indian Prince. The search began
at 5 a.m. shortly after the col collision.
lision. collision. One member of .the five-men

V 'ling boat crew was rescued by

t.ie freighter, the Bonita, a 400-

foot Standard Frutt Co. vessel.

The crash occurred above the
ruins of old Ft. Jacksorr, about
19 miles from the mouth of the
MisMssinni and some 65 miles
south of New Orleans. The freight freighter
er freighter received only light damage.

PLANES FOR SPAIN AtfvT
SANTANDER. Spain (UP-The
U.S. aircraft carrier Corregidor
war in port today to deliver 3$
airplanes for Spain's growing air
force. The shipment of planes,
sent here un-ier a joint military
assistance program, inciude3
T6G Texans and 15 T34A Men
tors. The planes will be used tc
train pilots for fighter souafiori
to defend Spain and ihe J.S.
air bases here, an official "tfcS.
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lice police escort.
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tion cooperation from everybody," Dr. Soucy
said. "It's very encouraging."
The doctor would only say that
Ronald obtained the sleeping pills
by accident.
"You know how curious children
are," he said. "They will put any anything
thing anything in their mouths to taste it."

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aMSHOP'S WIFE HONORS LADY HENDERSON'S GUESr
AT LUNCHEON GIVEN IN TIVOLI GARDEN ROOM
Mra. R. Heber Gooden, wife ol the Bishop of the Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i arifa Canal Zone, entertained yesterday at a luncheon held
in the Garden Room of the Tivoli Guest House in honor of
Laity Henderson and ir lan Henderson's cousin, Mrs. V. S.
Ruder, who is a guest at the British Embassy.
Mrs. Butler, widow of the late Rear Adm. V. S Bailer,
DSO, RN, is leaving shortly to return to England. Other
faettg Included Mrs. A. E. B. Rlmmington, Mrs. C. 0. Kelly,
Mrs. John Mavles, Mrs. Terrance Ford, Mrs Mainert J.
Peterson, Mrs. John H. Townsend, Mrs. Samuel Walden and

Miss Claire Ogden.

Mrs. Aajuilina Boyd
Gives Farewell
Luncheon At Golf Club
Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife of the
Minister of Foreign Relations,
gave a farewell luncheon at the
Panama Golf Club today in honor
of Mrs. Angel G. Hernandez, wife
of die Ambassador of Honduras
in Panama, and Mrs. Raul H. Ba Barrios,
rrios, Barrios, wife of the Colombian Am Ambassador,
bassador, Ambassador, both of whom are due
to-leave the Isthmus soon.

Lancheon At Union Club
ftenars Lady Henderson
Miss Beatriz Lyons gave a lun luncheon
cheon luncheon at the Union Club Tuesday
in honor of Lady Henderson, wife
of toe British Ambassador to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and her house guest, Mrs.
V. Butler.

Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Anls

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roartm and ants the modern

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logs, cabinets, sills, asphalt

etc.). The colorless coatint kills

thane peats. It's effective tor months,
sanitary, and easy to nst.
a os. (sc.; pint l.tt it Bella Vista
Sapermarket, and all local commissaries.

Former Canal Zona
Girl Entering Staff
Of California Hospital
Panning to work on the gradu graduate
ate graduate nursing staff of San Jose,
Calif., Hospital and to attend San
Jose State College in the same
city is Miss Carol Harris, daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. Georee R.

Harris of Dallas, Oregon. Miss

Harris, who made her home in the
Canal Zone from 1943 to 1955, is
completing her nurses' training at
Samuel Merritt Hospital School of
Nursing in Oakland, Calif,, Jan.
31. v
Before entering Merritt, the
young nurse was Ki'aduated from

Balhoa High School and attended

the Canal Zone Junior College.

Howard Munros Leave
Far Stateside Holiday

Mr. and Mrs, Howard Munro of

Ancon left yesterday for a vaca

tion to be spent in Mexico and in

taiitornia. They will attend the
wedding of their daughter, Eliza

beth Ann Munro," to Mr. Richard

Berns, which will take place Feb.
8 in Long Beach.
Argentine Ambassador
Back Prom Buenos Airts
The Ambassador of Argentina
in Panama and Mrs. Samuel All-

pen n have returned to Panama

jonowing a short vacation spent

in Buenos Aires.

I MODERN CONVENIENCE I
FIRST RATE FOOD AND DRINKS
YOURS AT FAMOUS
I PANAMONTE INN I
in bracing mountainous Boquete I
at 4000 ft
ROOM WITH PRIVATE RATH AND
I S DELICIOUS MEALS
$12 single $20 double
Convenient flight schedules. Wire
reservation or see your travel agent.

Visiting. Club Women

Will Bo Honored

At Sundown Fiesta

The Inter American Women's

Club will give a Sundown Fiesta

lhursuay, Jan. 30, in uonor ot ine
president of the General Federa Federation
tion Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. R, I.
C. Prout of Washington, D.C., and
the 25 women from the United

States accomnanine her on her

visit to the Isthmus.
The aifair will be held from i
to 7 p.m. at the home of Airs.
J. J. Vallarino, Calie 44, ?tj Bella
Vista. Members have been asked
to call either the club office, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3465, or Panama 20518 lor
reservation which must be made
by Monday, Jan. 27.

Fresh Lemons Are Key

To Distinctive Desserts

you

Food so wholesome...

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YOURSELF

Mr. and Mrs Coon
Visiting Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Coons
of Baden, Pa. arrived Tuesday
lor a visit with their son-in law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph Gangle and their family of
Balboa.
Naval Officer's wives
Club Holds Luncheon
The Naval Officers' Wives Club
held its monthly luncheon Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at the Union Club,
ine beautuully decorated tables
were done in Carnival theme-using
masks, straw dolls wearing
montunos and polleros, and bril bril-lant
lant bril-lant flowers.
As many of the club's members
have arrived in ranama since tne
last Carnival, Mrs. H. Mitchell,
the program chairman, nad ask asked
ed asked Capt. Luis Tovar of Panama
City to dance all o the customary
dances so that the members
might learn what to look ior when
they see them pertormed.
capt. Tovar oroueht with him

as his partner one of the pupils

nun. mo uaucing scnooi, AllSS ill

sia lunon. 'iney wore the tradi traditional
tional traditional I'anamawian Carnival cos

tumes, ana Mrs. Lolita de Veias

uuez uescriueu them ami toiu ui
tneir origins. She also explained
eacn movement anu step in the
tamooriu, cumoia, punu, and tu tuna
na tuna u a iic Co as iovar and Miss Tu Tu-non
non Tu-non danced them.
ir. Velasquez also brought

iwu 1-nesis ui cxquisue goiuen
jeweriy. lhey contained the piec
es to oe worn with the costumes
Ol Carnival, and she recounted
tneir history and explained their
use.
Mrs. T. Ryan, the club's presid presid-em,
em, presid-em, welcomed as new members
.Mrs. C. K. Craiit, Mrs. a, Mel Mel-cner,
cner, Mel-cner, and Mrs. K. J. Gartman.
Farewells were said to Mrs.
J. K. Fiugeralu, Mrs.. H. J. no no-sales,
sales, no-sales, Mrs. A. K. Carter and Mrs.
U. to. iiisenberg
Mrs J. Heigei, the welcoming
committee chairman, introduced
the guests ot the club members members-Mrs,
Mrs, members-Mrs, to. Coiley, guest of Mrs. G.
D. Ricnardson, Mrs. Nellie Me Me-nall
nall Me-nall who is tors. C. Hoier's mo mother,
ther, mother, tors. Lolita de Velasquez,
tors. Boyd de Muhoz, Mrs. G
Bains, and tors. J. Pesiey all
guests ot Mrs. f. Kyan; Mrs. H.
a. fclmore, Mrs. M. Farley,
and Mrs. t. to. Lancina guests u.
Mrs. A. F. Rollings worth; Mrs. H.
T. Harrison, Mrs. W. Koaiman's
guest, and Mrs. Fanny Duran
who was invited by Mrs. S. B
Purdie.
Door prizes of silver holloware
were won by Mrs. W; Landis,
Mrs. K. W. Hines and Mrs. C. K.
Miller.
Kol Shairith Israel
To Hear Dr. Wmterman
Dr. George Westerman, Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian delegate for the United
Nations, will speak, on Tuesday at

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8 p.m. before members of the Kol
Shearith Israel.
The talk, which will be held in
the Community Hall, will be on
"Self-Governing Territories and
the UN."
Installation Cart manias
Will Be Hold Saturday
Installation ceremonies for elect elect-el
el elect-el ofiicers for 1958 of Panama
Chapter No. 35. National Soiomn-

ers, will be held Saturday evening

at the A 1 brook Ot.icers Club.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe will inst install
all install the chapter's officers.
Cocktails will be served ft 6:30
with dinner following at 7:30. All
Sojourners, Masons, guests and
their ladies have been invited to
attend. Dress for men will be
coat and tie; for the ladies, infor informal.
mal. informal. The Leo Chtstors
Move To Diablo
Mr. -and Mrs. Leo Chester have
moved from Balboa to new quart quarters
ers quarters at 5513-B, Diablo Heights,
where they are at home to their

inenas. ine couple, who were
married Nov. 17 at a ceremony
performed at the Beekman Tow Towers
ers Towers Hotel in New York, recently
returned to the Isthmus.
Mrs. Chester Is th farm sir MlCC

Ethel Starr od New York City. Mr
.Chester is employed by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Co. in the Water and
Laboratory Branch.
Now Class In Panama
Cookery Starts Jan. 2
Mrs. Mercedes Smith will start

a new class in Panamanian cook cookery
ery cookery Wednesday, Jan. 29i There
will be two sessions each Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, one from 9 to 11 a.m. and
one from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. For
further informationt elephone Bal
boa 1844.
MEETINGS
Otm, Mineral Society
Will Moot Tomorrow
The Canal Zone Gem and Mine Mineral
ral Mineral Society will hold its regular
program and social meeting
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are
cordially invited to attend the
meeting.
aboa Federal Credit
Union Meets Saturday
e Balboa Federal Credit
Union No. 5849 will hold its an annual
nual annual meeting Saturday at T p m
at the Ancon Laundry annex in
the Little Theatre; Agenda includ includ-es
es includ-es the reading of various commit committee
tee committee reports, elections and a brief
summary of 1957 activities.
Jarent-Teachor Meeting
$ehiu,,d For Saturday
A Parent-Teacher meeting will
be heW Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at
Calvary Baptist Church of Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma o N Street, San Miguel.
Refreshments will be served nd
all parents and guardians have
been invited to attend.
Paralse federal Credit
Un To Meet Feb. I
tt .fr,iso Federal Credit
Union wi hold its annual ember ember-ship
ship ember-ship meeting Feb. 2, in the music
room of the Paraiso Hi Schoii
beginning ,t 2:30 p.m. Principal
business on the agenda will be
nomination and election of offic officers.
ers. officers. Reports of the treasurers

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tie of hot mixture gradually into
beaten egg yolks. Pour back into
pan and blend well. Cook 2 min

utes, stirring constantly. Remove

trom neat, bur in butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, lemon juice and pee. Cook

pudding slightly. Seat egg whites
until they form soft peaks; grad gradually
ually gradually add 1-4 cup sugar and conti continue
nue continue to beat until whites stand in
firm, glossy peaks. Fold beaten
egg whites into pudding. Pile into
serving dish. Chill. Garnish with
chopped nuts. Serve with cookies
or a slice of pound cake.
Souffle Citron
(Makos 6-8 wrvings)
Four eggs, separated, 3-4 cup
sugar, 1-4 cup fresh lemon juice,
1 tablespoon grated lemon oeel,
1-4 teaspoon salt.
Beat egg yolks until thick. Add
sugar and salt slowly while beat beating.
ing. beating. Stir in lemon juice and grat grated
ed grated pee Fold in stiffly beaten eyg
whites and pour into 2-quart but buttered
tered buttered baking dish. Place in pan of
hot water and hake in slow oven
(325 degrees F.) 50-60 minutes.
Test with knife for doneness. Serve
with lemon sauce.
Quick V Easy Limon Sauce
(Makes 2 cups)
One and one-half cups milk, 2

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Scald milk and butter over me

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heat and beat with rotary beat beater.
er. beater. When thiek and smooth add
lemon juice and grated peel.
Serve warm over souffle.

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riv 11 JF"uiSama "Ptesentativo of Champlln Oil and Refining Co. pf Ft. Worth,
S? leJl a'ssW? K- Snnon, personal representative of the president of the
oil company the Chief Extcutive of Panama and Dick Metz, Ft Worth itolf Drofessional whn
Is hert participating m the Panama Invitational Oper Golf Tournament profelonal wh0

San Antonio Credit
Cooperative Forms
Third Study Group
The San Antonio de Padua Cred Credit
it Credit Cooperative formed its third
study group at a meeting held last
week at the French Society hall
and among the members of the
latest class are several Canal
Zone workers including a number
of women.

The prospective members of the

Cooperative will be given a few
weeks of lessons related to the

principles of savings and loans
under the regulations followed by
the organization.

The No. 2 study group which

has been operating for the past
have been operating for the past
several weeks will soon be enrolled
as full-fledged members of the
cooperative.
Coop.
The next meeting of these two
study groups will be held Tuesday,
Jan. 28. At this meeting they will
be visited by Miss Ofelia Hooper
of the department of cooperative
education and Jose Quiros of the
Interamerican Cooperative service
and Economic Development.
The public is invited.
CAN'T BE COP
WASHINGTON (UP)-President
Eisenhower is ineligible to be become
come become a policeman or a fireman
in the District of Columbia. The
district's commissioners ruled
Tuesday that anyone suf ering
from Ileitis the intestinal ail ailment
ment ailment which struck the President
in 1956 cannot join either of the
forces.

. EXCUSE FAILS
STOCKPORT, England (UP) (UP)-Daniel
Daniel (UP)-Daniel Roberts thought he had a
good excuse for failing to buy a
license for his television set, but
was fined because it wasn't good
enough. An official testified Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday that when he asked Roberts
why he had no license, he re replied:
plied: replied: "The set has been running
quite well without one."

Bikini Model
Turns Chicken,
Keeps Jacket On
FLORENCE, Italy (UP)-Flor
ence's fashion showings reached
the halfway mark today, but all
the talk centered on a bashful
blonde model in a bikini who re refused
fused refused to take off her beach jacket.
The anonymous girl entered the
famed Pitti Patac Palace wearing
a less than handkerchief sized
Bikini beneath the matching jack jacket.
et. jacket. She paused, flipped open the
jacket, blushed and clasped it
tightly about her, deaf to the male
cries of "take it oH" which echoed
through the stately halls.
The appeal came irom some of
the 200 men who had joined 300
women at the showing of next
next summer's beach and casual
collections by several Florence

Douuques and fashion houses

presentation. It also was the brief

est ever snown at an Italian col collectionand
lectionand collectionand previous ones were
so small the police complained.
Popu'ar belief was that the day
of the bikini was over, but Baldini
said, "I will continue to make
bikinis because women ask for
them."

No Change In US

Neutrality Policy

Toward Indonesia

anv event no arms will hp nprmit

ted to go to Indonesia in the near

iuiure

REGISTRATION FOR DANCE CLASSES
TEENAGERS & PRE-TEENS

WIRZ STUDIO
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. Thura. 3:30 p.m.
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Fri. 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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List of Eagle Status .Tarn .11. Tnnn..i. ri.A

Scouts being Compiled Province Natal and Tran.vaal

The Canal Zone Council bf the Jessica not wantincr 'rn mie. 4U

Boy Scouts of America is com-1 opportunity few girl scouts would
piling a list of all Canal Zone re-: ever have has mH. if ;t

sidents who have attained the' look up Girl Guides and Girl
ITacflo i-nnlr in DAmiflnn at W,r C.A..4- 4 l i ..

.vuuv. anu laoMuu nuuacD. ""b"- ,.iv in ai.vfui.iiig at r.u; uvuui nuops hi every place they
It was the first bikini and prab- time either in the Zone or else- have visited. Her badge sash ii
ably the only one in this year's where prior to coming to the Isth- literally covered with Friendship

mus. ana bin UUlde Dins civtm tn ha

Any person who has ever serv- by troops of most ot the M.L.

ed as an Eaele Scout is reauest- tries.

ed to contact J. M. Cooke through When thev reached New Za.

Box 122, IBalboa Heights, Canal! land. Jessica was fortunate

Zone, or by telephoning his of- to be ah'e to attend th. fir.t ttwi

fice, Balboa 2691, oil home, Bal-1 Guide day camp to ever be extah.

boa 3432. lished. anywhere in New 7lMrL

It is hoped that a complete list It was quite an exnerienceJaat

inrl l nn Ka nnnnrMnllakaifj 4rvm urn o'lrnnrl w J-.... ---.i- J u .. Jtt

f nHflA In IIC in- connection with! the annual handicrafts nattvo to that country!
vliailUC 111 UJ meeting of the Canal Zone CotoW- tin arriving in New York, she
(til tnriArliilawl e h nA ITqK urn ,ntrifn i i J a

v oviivuuivu w "V uviu wit a "uj .iiviicu IV CttLCIJU H vWv'WCcK
20. day camp, beinu held in Connap.

ucu i, ana was aoie to spend a few
days among the girls there.
Jessica is keeping up with her
schooling by taking the American

pcnooi correspondence course and
Says that school work is much
more fun this way.
While here, she has been kept
busy attending meetings of many
Canal Zone Girl Scout troops, on
both sides of the Isthmus and has
everyone spellbound over her ex;
periences, relating to her trip.
The Reynolds family plan on
leaving Panama, for Japan, with within
in within the next few days.
Jessica says that everyone has
been wonderful to her and her
family and that she hopes, one day
to revist some of the many friends
she has made along the way. But
one thing she is sure of it has been
an experience she will remember
for the rest of her life.

Movies To "Roll"
At Pack 7 Meeting
The Cub Scouts and families of
Pack 7, Curundu, will hold their
January meeting tomorrow night
at 7 in the Curundu Scout Shack.
Cub'master Johnny Gough announc announced
ed announced today.
,The hall will be decorated as
"Studio 7," since the theme this
month is "Cub Scout Moviemak Moviemakers.
ers. Moviemakers. The purpose is to capitalize
on the ability youngsters hare in
the world of make-believe.
Dens 2 and 5 will oresent scenes

ffrom their "super-collosal" pro

ductions. Director J. Hugh Nichols
Von Nieholus will be seen direct directing
ing directing a suspenseful scene from Den
5's production, "Low Morn," star

ring Dangerous Bentlin Bill and

Lester Lazybones, US xMarshal.

In addition, Marion M a h o n e
Michael Klaman, James Stephan,
George Brady, Juan A. Gonzalez,

Robert Cleveland, and George

Smith, Jr. will be inducted into

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UP)-A

high American official said that
there would be "absolutely no

cnange' m the United States po policy
licy policy of strict neutrality in the In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian Dutch dispute over
western New Guinea.
He said he wanted to make this
clear because of rumors that the
transfer of Ambassador John M.
Allison from the Jakarta post
meant that the U.S. was prepar preparing
ing preparing to adopt a pro-Dutch attitude
in the affair.
Meanwhile, nthpr nnlirv-mnlrino

officials said that there will be no

early approval of the Indonesian
request to be permitted to pur pur-chse
chse pur-chse arms in the U.S.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles has come to no final deci decision
sion decision on the Indonesian request,
made last July, but first publiciz-
tkA Ine L. -.1 J T

vi mm 1I1UI1U1, luey BB1U. I10.TeV- ' l luuuvjicu lui'M
er, his aides have told interested tne Pack wth their parents. Those
i i ... nour hnuc ..Fill ,u-

.in upt-aii emoassies nere mat in iwiuie me icoi icoi-any
any icoi-any event no arms will be permit- tfanized Den 1. under the leader-

Book Publishing
Boomed In 1957
NEW YORK. Jan. 23 fllP

Book publishing boomed in 1957,
setting a record o" 13,142 titles
published in the United States',
according to today's issue of Pub Publishers'
lishers' Publishers' Weekly, American book
trade magazine. The previous rec record
ord record was set in 1955 with 12,589
titles published.
Biggest proportionate increases
were in books on business, sci science,
ence, science, education, games and sports
and history.
Fewer novels were published
than in 1956 2,111 compared to
2,229. Also fewer mysteries and
Westerns.
Fiction best sellers in United
States bookstores for 1957 were
headed bv James finuM rviTiric'

'By Love Possessed;" Grace Me Me-tahous'
tahous' Me-tahous' "Peyton Place," arrd
'Compulsion" by Meyer Levin.
In the non-fiction category the

tnree leaders were Art Linklet Linklet-tcr
tcr Linklet-tcr s "Rids Say the Darndest
Things!;" "The FBI Story" by
Don Whitehead; and Norman Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Peak's "Stay Alive All Your
Life."

ship of Mrs. Eva M. Stephan, den

isomer.
Girl Scout Travels
With Parents On World Cruise

now would you like to go on a

three year world cruise, on a
trim 50-foot ketch, starting from
Japan?
Well, that is what is happening
to Jessica Reynolds, a 13-year-old

gin scout, who arrived here re

brother, aboard their ketch, the

Phonenix.
It was back in October, 9514,
when they set sail, from Hiroshi Hiroshima,
ma, Hiroshima, on this ariventurnlK trin

Since then they have visited Ha

waii, ramii, cook Islands, Fiji
New Zealand, Austraalla, Bali, Ja

va, islands in

South Africa.

cion, Brazil, West Indies,' United' gan said.

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USSR Says Monster
Quake Moved Hills
In Outer Mongolia
MOSCOW, Jan. 23 (UP) The
Soviet government organ Izvestia
today reported details of one of
'history's greatest' earthquakes is
the Gobi-Altai mountains rh Outer
Mongolia last December which it
said moved mountains and rivers
and changed the local geography.
"Veritable chaos was created

"- ..v.t iv- auiuui ii value s iniranu. luw
cently with her family, Dr. and newspaper said of the cataclysmic

" nuiviD, anu xa-ycai viu leiuQlor

The report made no mention nf

casualties.
It said a dense, yellow cloud of
dust was still hovering about 4,500
feet above a mountain peak' 37
miles from the epicenter.
Mountains were moved, riven
diverted, new mountains and vat.

the Indian Ocean leys created and new tVatarwava

St. Helena. Asun- set on course, the government nr.

DRUNKS AMAZI CHIEF
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP)-The
police chief of (Bandung, Indo Indonesia,
nesia, Indonesia, expressed surprise here
today at the number of Ameri Americans
cans Americans who are arrested for'drunk for'drunk-eness.
eness. for'drunk-eness. The chief, JLt. CoLSoela CoLSoela-man
man CoLSoela-man Diaioesman. salH herp has

never been an arrest for druntefH

driving in Indonesia because peo people
ple people there "don't drink enniiuh j1-

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Ambition Bites
To Appear In Colon

Betty Johnson

By DICK KLIINIR
' NEW YORK (NEA) -Betty
Johnson never had much ambi ambition,
tion, ambition, she says, until just lately.
Not that she was lazy and shift shiftless,
less, shiftless, but she just sang because H
was the essiest way she knew to
make a buck.
She's: been singing sinct she
was five, down in Charlotte, N.C.,
where her family The Johnson
Family, they were called sang
the old gospel songs.
"That was how we got along,
she says. "We were sbarecrop sbarecrop-peri.
peri. sbarecrop-peri. tn a real farm girl went bare bare-foot
foot bare-foot and all that. I went to eight
different grammar schools and

Mitch Miller

Betty Johnson

With Crusade Team

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Written for NBA Service

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Thsra are a lot of ifs about to

day's hand. If both sides didn't

have part scores, or if South had

not been hungry for the rubber, he

would never have wound up at

four clubs doubled.

If South hadn't been able to back

his bidding by very good may.

and if East had led a diamond at
trick four, South would not have
gotten away with his contract. As

it was, Bast won the opening dia

mond lead, cashed the ace and
king of spades and led a third

spade.

South ruffed in dummy and

played the king of trumps. East

showed out but South was ready
for the bad break. He led a dia diamond
mond diamond to his Icing, led a trump and
finessod dummy's nine, cashed
dumpy' last trump, ruffed a dia diamond
mond diamond to get back to his hand and
finally played the ace of trumps.
This pulled West's last trump
and South was left with one spade
add two hearts. Dummy was
down to the ace, king and jack of
hear ts and East was squeezed.
He couldn't throw away a
heart, as that would make all
dummy's hearts good. He did
chuck, his last spade in the vain
Bops that South had started with
only three spades. Now South's
eight of spades was a trick and
the contract wheeled in.

Q The bidding has been:
Berth last South Welt
1 Past 2 4 Pass
2 Pass ?
1 You,;$outht hold:
87 VAQ9S J75 AQ54
What do you bid?
A Three no-trump. You hsvo
13 points and are stronr in all
suits.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
til four spades. What do you
Answer Tomorrow

high schools, because we'd follow
the crops around. We'd all sing to
make extra money, but it wasn't

mucn.
Then she decided to go to col

lege. Her parents said if she want wanted
ed wanted to go, she could, but they

woman t give her a cent. She work

ed her way through by singin

working as a mail girl in a radi

station, operating a switch-board

op, Sundays, baby sitting and hlr-

mg out as a governess.
'I majored in home economics,'

she says."I just wanted to grad graduate
uate graduate and get married and be a

contented housewife."

After college, however, she felt

the need of eating. So she did
what came naturally singing.

She made out fairly well, but still

her heart wasnt' in it. She was

singing to live, not living to sing.

Then, just very recently." she

says, "I suddenly changed. I don't

mow wny put 1 cud. now 1 want

to be a good performer, have recognition,-
have people think of me
When they have a part or a song.
I'm really working these days and
I'm getting a big kick out oi it."

The little blonde, who anoears

on "Tonight" with Jack Paar ov

er NBC-TV every other week.

just switched to Atlantic Records,

wnicn sne cans a swinaine lah-

ei." Her first song for her new

ouuit, "Winter In Miami, is com-'
ing along nicely.
It's funny what a Utile ambi ambition
tion ambition can do.
A TV exposure can help a song;

that s an established lad. But
comes now Mitch Miller who in

sists that you have to spot the song
on the right show.

"A iiappy marriage between a
song and a show can help m.ke
a hit," Mitch says. And he thinks
he established such an arrange arrangement
ment arrangement when he played his catchy
"March From the River Kw?'
on Patti Pages "The Big Record"
over CBS-TV.

Mitch says the song appeals to
a family audience and so does
Patti's show. That's what he means
by proper spotting. It worked in
his case.
A Danny Kaye album is an ev

ent, there hasn't been one in 3

years, but now he's coming out
with a delightfully intriguing it item,
em, item, "Mommy, Gimme A Dnnka
Water on Capitol. The company
believes it'll be as big as his
'Hans Christian Andersen' album.

The aHory behind "Mommy" is

the story oi Milton bchafer, a seri serious
ous serious comDOser. iBetween cantatas.

hed relax by 'knocking out songs

about children, supposedly sung by

children. When he had a stack of

them, he took them to Frank Lo

esser, who immediately though of

Kaye.
Each, of the 13 songs on the al album
bum album represents a child's reac reaction
tion reaction to the world around him.

and Kaye's voice changes as the

child grows from 4 to 10. The songs

are all interesting, and Kaye does

a wonderful job.

JOE EMIRSON

Quote Unquote

JACKSON, Miss. Gov. J.P.
Coleman of Mississippi, on the
protests about the portrait of a
reconstruction governor of the
state, Gen. Adelbert Ames of
Maine, in the Hall of Governors:
"It's simply. .a matter of his historical
torical historical interest. A lot of people
would like to see the portraits of
(former controversial- senators)
James K. Vardaman and Theo Theodore
dore Theodore G. Bilbo thrown out."
NEW YORK Rear Adm. Lewis
L. Strauss, chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission, on
the U.S.-Soviet science race:

"We are far ahead of the So Soviets
viets Soviets in nearly all scientific and
technical quarters."
UNITED NAilONS, N.Y.-Dag
Hammarskjold, secretary general
of the United Nations, on his ex expectation
pectation expectation that disarmament talks
will be resumed in the U.N.:

xioai hi anient ih m invjur iproo iproo-lem
lem iproo-lem both on my mind and on my
time schedule."

One of the best known religi religious
ous religious singers in the United States,
Joa Emerson, will appear with
the Grady Wilson-team of the Bil Billy
ly Billy Graham Panama Crusade in
the Colon Arena starting on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, February 2.
Joe Emerson is a veteran ra radio
dio radio singer, known to millions for
the program "Hymns of all
Churches" which he originated ov over
er over the Columbia Broadcasting Sys System
tem System in the United States. For
many years the program had a
listening audience of from eigh eighteen
teen eighteen to twenty million people.
Emerson's Christian experience

is perhaps one of the most in

teresting of any of the members
of the nilly Graham team. Al

though a prominent church work worker
er worker and featured religious singer,
he felt that he was not sincere sincerely
ly sincerely living a Christian life. When
his decision was made and he

let Christ lead him. his life chang

ed completely. Since that time he
has devoted his voice and life to
religious work.
Joe Eerson's rich baritone
voice will be heard by thousands
of new friends during the Billy
Graham Panama Crusade.
Besides the Grady Wilson team
appearing in the Colon Arena, Rev.
Leighton Ford will have a group
with him in the old Tivoli Com Commissary
missary Commissary building on the Pacific
aide oi the Isthmus during the
Same period of Sunday through
Thursday, February 6. Billy Gra

ham will conclude the Panama
Crusade in the Panama Stadium
on February 7 and 8.

OLONGAPO, Philippines- Mrs.
Billy R. Rooks, wife of the
Shreveport, La., Marine corporal

sentenced to six months in the
brig for marrying her without Ms
commanding officer's consent, on

nei pun hi appeal nis conviction
to the presidents of the U.S. and
the Philippines:
"I love him. I am certain we

wiu jjei justice.

ATHENS, Greece AJc Mari Marion
on Marion Muailli of Benwoort W V nn

being freed after an Athens court

sentenced mm to 10 months for

uie traffic death of a Greek war

nero, men aeoucted eight months
because he had been under de-

iBnuon ior mat period and at

owea mm to pay a $50 fine in

mjnths: We rera,,mng two
"I am very pleased everything

Credit Union Sets
Jan. 30 Meeting For
Gamboa Members
Gamboa Federal Credit Union
will hold its tenth annual meeiinj
in the auditorium of the S a n t a

ltuz service Center on Thursday,
Jan. 30, commencing at 7:00 p.m.
The members will heir reports
of the credit union's activities dur during
ing during the past year and will elect
directors and committeemen.
The past year has been a pro pro-spenous
spenous pro-spenous one for the credit union.

bnarenoidmgs in the credit union
stand at approximately $100,000
at the present time, which is a
gain of 40 percent over a year go,
Membership grew from, 796 last
year to 897. today.
During the past year the credit
union made 1,414 loans to its mem members,
bers, members, totalling $144,983, of which
$58,448 is outstanding, in Decem

ber the credit union distuibuted
$10,000 to 400 members of the
Christmas Savings Club.

Earnings have been sufficient to

permit payment of a three per percent
cent percent dividend on shares,, and tha

board of directors is expected to

recommend that this rate be dec declared
lared declared by the members.
All members have boon asked
to attend the meeting and takt

active parts m the discussions.

SINGING CYCLIST FREED
OXFORD, England (UP) Sal Salvation
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Clack, 23, went free without sen
tence today although he admit admitted
ted admitted driving his bicycle dangerous dangerously
ly dangerously last Dec. 9. Police charged
Clack was playing "Hark the
Herald Angels Sing' on his trum trumpet
pet trumpet instead of steering his bike.

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DICK'S PICKS: Elvis Presley
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Others: "Footsteps" (Framtfe Ly

mon, Roul'ete); "Winter In

Miami" (Betty Johnson, Atlantic):

".Come to Me" (Johnny Mathis.

Columbia); "One Mistake" (The

Andrews Sisters, Capitol); "500

Miles to Go" (The Heartbeats

TIPC7, In IjfrfV f i fiT n IttM nWnn
ers, RCA); "I Had a Dream

REDS SEIZE "RIGHTISTS"
TAIPEI, Formosa (UP)-A for for-mer
mer for-mer official in Red China's secret
police said today that the Com Communists
munists Communists have arrested mora than
3,000 "rightists" since last year.
Wu Chan Fei, former deputy
chief of toe secret police in Can Canton,
ton, Canton, arrived with eight other
mainland refugees. He said more
than 3,000 rightists had been ar arrested
rested arrested m Kwantung Province
alone and were branded enemies

of the people.

Gervaise" (Felicia Sanders, Dec Dec-ea);
ea); Dec-ea); "Jump When I Say Fr
'Bob Merrill, Roulette); im
Going 'Steady With a Dream"
(Molly Bee, Capitol).
Gal vocalists with interesting
new albums the cover picture
on .Columbia's "Rhonda," with

Rhonda Fleming, is worth the
price of admission, and sh'e can
sing, too; Keely Smith shows her
skill with a ballad on Capitol's "I
Wish You Love;" Monique Van
Vooren, another glamor gal with

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THURSDAY, JANTJA)
erveza Balboa-Chesterfield Clash Again Tonight

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Smokers Cap 4-2 Thriller
; Behind Humberlo Robinson

y The second place Cerveza Balboa Beermen, who',, n
dropped a 4-2 thriller to the Chesterfield Smokers LOOKefl UVCr

last night to fall to one and a half game behind the
?!arta Vieja Yankees, engage the Smokers again to-
.night in a single game at the Olympic Stadium at
-7:30.

Tonight's contest is one of a dou double
ble double header that had been sched sched-ulde
ulde sched-ulde for last Friday. A postpone postponement
ment postponement became necessary because
of the occupancy of the stadium by
4he San Miguel fire victims.
The twinbill was split into single
games instead, with the second
eontest now slated for the stadium
Saturday night.
The Carta Vieja-Cerveza Balboa
Same which had been scheduled
for Panama this Sunday afternoon,
-will be played in Colon Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Starting pitchers for tonight's
contest are Cerveza Balboa's Lev
Spencer, (1-2) and Alberto Osono,
(1-2) of the Smokers..
An eighth-inning two-run singl
by Clyde Parris last night broke
up tense pitching duel between
Humberto Robinson and tarlos
Thome and gave the gam to the
' Smokers.
With the score tied 2-2 from the
fifth on Hector Lopez' bases-empty
homerun, Marcos Cobos led off lor
the Smokers and drew a base on
ballst
"The catcher was sacrificed to
second by Elias Osorio and he
stopped at third on Hank Micthell's
Texas League double to center.
Carlos Heron was purposely
passed to pitch to Robinson, but
wank Austin, pinchhitting tor the
pitcher, forced Cobos at home.
With the bases still loaded Par Parris
ris Parris then hit a sharp grounder
through second and out into cen cen-terfield
terfield cen-terfield to score Mitchell from
third and Heron from second.
Manito Bernard was retired sec second
ond second to first to end the inning, and
Leonardo Ferguson held the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men hitless in the top of the ninth
to end the game.
Robinson, gave up seven safe safeties,
ties, safeties, including three consecutive
singles to Floyd Robinson, to pick
up bis fifth win against three loss loss-cs.
cs. loss-cs. All of Humberto's wins have
been at the exDense of the Beer-
men. He struck out six and walked
two.
Thome went all the way for the
Beermen to be charged with his
third loss as compared to two wins.
The r i a h t h a n d e r. who allow
ed six hits, hurled a good
aim although he was somewhat
wild, giving up nine bases on balls
lie fanned six.
Army Atlantic (ops
Come-From-Behind
Win Over Ft. Kobbe
Trailing 5-9 going into the bot bottom
tom bottom of the seventh inning, the
league --leading Army Atlantic
Bushmasters picked up two runs
and added four more in the eighth
canto to edge the Fort Kobbe Re Regulars,
gulars, Regulars, 6-5, at Fort Davis Tuesday
afternoon. (Jan. 21)
A walk, a fielder's choice and
singles by pitcher Dick Lapish
and leftfielder Bob Stallworth cut
the deficit to 4-2 in the seventh.
In the eighth canto, one Kobbe
error, coupled with singles by
Stallworth and third baseman Bob
Hen wood, plus doubles by right right-fielder
fielder right-fielder Hanry Silvas and center center-fielder
fielder center-fielder Hal Terry accounted for
the four Bushmaater tallies.
Kobbe picked up the first run
of the game in the initial inning
by virtue of an AA error and two
sacrifice hits. Singles by pitcher
Dick Anderson. centerfielder
Keith Williamson and rightfield rightfield-r
r rightfield-r Tom Turner, coupled with a
double by the first baseman Ga
ry Davis proaucea two more e
gular runs in the thirl.
' The Regulars increased their
lead t 5-0 in the sixth canto by
virtue of a base on balls, an
error, a wild pich and doubles
by leftfielder Bill Dudley and short
Stop Larry stockstui.
1 Tarry Paced the AA stickmen
.with three hits in five-times-at-bat.
Henwood and Stallworth each
banged out two hits and the 1st
ter added three RBI's to the
cause.
Turner, Davis and Dudley all
collected two hits to lead the Kob
be batters.
I Neil Wheeler relieved starter
Dick Lapish on the mound for
AA in the sixth inning and shut
the Regulars cut the rest of the
way to gam credit tor the win.
His record is now 1-0.
Dick Anderson piched 7 2-S in
nings for the Regulars and was
charged with the setback. Ander
son is now M. Doug Norton pitch
ed 1-3 of an Inning for Kobbe.

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Lopez' fifth reundtrlpptr gave
him Undisputed possession of the
lead in the homerun derby. He
had been tied with Carta Vieja's
Whitey Schmidt with four, up to
last Right.

The Kansas City star drove in
his 16th run to increase bis mar
gin in the RBI department and his
iwo-tor-three boosted his league
leading average to .419.
Clyde (licks
Cerveza Balboa
Shields, rf
Brathwaite, 2b
Lopez, 3b .....
Ab
. 5
. 5
. 3
. 4
H Po A
0 4
1 2
2
1
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F. Rooinson, cf
Urenald, If 3
Moore, ss 3
Charles, c 4
f. Osorio, lb 4
Thome, p 3
x-Kellman 1
y-Gordon 0
Totals
35 2 7 24 8
x-Forced P. Osorio for Thome in
9th.
y-Ran for Kellman in 9th.
Chesterfield
Parris, 2b 5 0 2 3 4
Bernard, ss 5 0 1 4 2
Napoleon, If 2 0 1 3 0
Prescott, rf ..4 0 1 0 1
Cobos, c .. 3 0 0 7 1
E. Osorio, lb 1 0 0 9 1
Mitchell, cf ........ 3 1 1 0
Heron, 3b 1 2 0 0 2
H. Robinson, p 2 1 0 0 0
z-Austin 1 0 0 0 0
Ferguson, p 0 0 0 G 0
Totals
27 4 6 27 11
s-Forced Cobos at plate for Rob
inson in 8th.
Score By Innings
Cerveza Balboa 001 010 000-2 7 1
Chesterfield 002 000 02x--4 6 2
SUMMARY Errors: Heron,
Moore,: Parris. Runs batted in: F.
Robinson, Napoleon, Prescott, Par
ris 2. Earned runs: Chesterfield 4,
Cerveza Balboa 2. Two base hit:
Mitchell. Home run: Lopez. Dou
bleplay: Moore, P. Osorio. Stolen
bash: F. Robinson, E. Osorio. Sac
rifice hits: H. Robinson, E. Oso
rio. Hit batter: H. Robinson (Gren-
ald). Struck out by: Robinson 6.
Ferguson 1, Thome 6. Bsse on
balls off: Robinson 2, Thorne 9.
Left on base: Cerveza Balboa 9,
Chesterfield 10. Pitchers record:
H. Robinson 2 runs, 7 hits in 9 in innings.
nings. innings. Winning pitcher: Robin Robinson
son Robinson 5-3. Losing pitcher: Thome 2-
Umpires: Thornton, Hinds.
Moore. Time of game; 2:31.
Atlantic Softball
League To Open
On February 3
Monday evening at the Margar
ita Clubhouse the Atlantic Softball
League decided to reorganise for
another year. Representatives
from the Tigers Club, Cristobal
Yacht Club, and a possible Elks
Club entry, were present at the
meeting.
Mere players are needed for
these teams to play a full season.
ee if you are interested in playing,
call Coach Moser, 3-1117 or Bob
Parker. Cristobal Yacht Club.
The League has always had one
entry from a service team, so if
any Army, Navy er Canal Zone
teem would like to enter this
league, pleese attend the next
meeting et the Mergarita Club Clubhouse
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Coma To Get
By Scout Tonight
Rookie lefthander Anselme Co Co-rrea
rrea Co-rrea will be given a "once ever"
tonight by Kansas City scout Joe
Bowmen, before the start of the
Cerveza Balboa Chesterfield
game at the Olympic Stadium.
Bowman, who is interested in
signing Cerrea to an Athletics
farm club contract, had planned
to watch the 17-year-old Cerveza
Balboa pitcher throw last night
but decided to let him work a
slight stiffness out of his pitch pitching
ing pitching arm before asking him to
fling hard.
Cerrea worked three innings of
shutout ball against the imported
all-stars Monday night.
Pacific Softball
League
Teams Won Lest Pet
Cerveceria Nacional 4 0 1.000
Abernathy Unisport . 3 1 .775
Ft. Clayton 2 i .500
Ft. Kobbe 1 3 .250
Libby Foods 0 4 .000
Next Games
Jan. 22: Cerveceria Nacional vs
Ft. Clayton.
Jan. 23: Abernathy Unisport vs
Ft. Kobbe Sykes Regulars.
Jan. 24: Ft. Clayton vs Libby
foods.
Cerveceria Nacional Continues'
Win Streak
The current league leaders Cer
veceria Nacional Pan Liquido
stretched their winning streak to
four games by whipping Libby
Foods 6 to 5. This increased their
lea dover second place Abernathy
unisport to one game.
McNair Lane, the only pitcher
on the mound for the Beermen in
four games, kept his record clean
but Libby Foods outhit his team
mates 7 to 5.
Durett and Hampton shared the
pitching duties for the losers in
Libby Foods' best played game this
season. Durett was charged with
uie defeat while Hampton bril
liantly relieved him in the third
an dretired the side on strike outs
with two men on.
Cerveceria Nacional made six
runs on a total of seven bases -on-
balls, six passed balls and five
wild pitches. Libby centerftelder
Ray Nesbitt was the only hitter to
have two hits two singles, in four
trips.
The linescore:
Libby Foods
C. Nacional
010 400 0-5
312 000 x-8
Sykes Regulars 4, Ft. Clayton I
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers evened
their won and lost brsckets as
they touched their post-rivals the
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. 1st Battle Group
on Friday, S to 4.
Sfc Caratini took credit for his
first win.
Two runs placed Ft. Clayton a-
head in the fifth when a walk to
Caratini started the ball as Seieel
doubled in the runner and scored
after Fickens walked on a passed
ball.
Kobbe's secondbaseman, Har
desty, the first game hero, again
took hitting honors with two sin
gles in fou rtimes to the plate.
The linescore:
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.
Ft. Clayton Cavaliers
0111001-4
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set. David lies in me province oi
(Jhiriqui ana is aooui raree nuna nuna-reds
reds nuna-reds land miles from Panama
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present at the last meeting, the
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Teams
Carta VUja ........ x
Cerveza Balboa ...... 7
Chesterfield 4

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TONIGHTS GAME
Chesterfield (Osorio 1-2) vs. Cerveza Balboa (Spencer
1-2). Came tlmo 7:30.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
Cotterfigld 4, Cerveza Balboa 2.

American Junior Legion
Baseball Tryouts Saturday

Try outi for. American Legion
Junior Baseball will be held at
the Balboa and Mount Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium this Saturday beginning at
9 a.m.
To be eligible prospective play
ers must meet the following mi
nimum requirements:
(1) Reeular attendance at a
Canal Zone U. S. rate High School
mn nd Canal Zone Junior College.
(2) Must be between tno ages
of 61 and 18 providing he was
not born prior to September 1, 1940
or after September l, 1942.
Sports Briefs
STAINBACK SILL TICKETS
LOSN ANGELES (UP) George
(Tucker) Stainback, a major
league outfielder from 1984 to
1946. has been named to work in
the Los Angeles Dodgers' ticket
department under business man manager
ager manager Harold Parrott. Stainback
alto played with the Los Angele
ciud in me racmc Voait League
in 1932-33 and 1947.
HIGGINS ACCFBT AWARD
NEW YORK (UP) Boston
Red Sox manager Mike Higgins
will accent the Sid Mercer award
on behalf of Ted Williams at Sun
day's annual dinner of the New
York chapter of the Baseball
Writers Assn. The award is given
annually by the New York writers
for their choice as the "outstand
ing player of the year."
RICORD ATE POSSIBLE
CHICAGO (UP)- A sellout of
the world middleweight title, be
between champion Carmen Basilio
and Ray Robinson March 25
would produce a gross gate of
$560,485 and a net of $467,633.90
for a new indoor record. Middle
weiehts Tonv Zale and Rocky
Graziano drew a gate of $422,018
in 1947 for the old record.
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CANYON, Tex. (UP) Hurdling
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of the following leagues will not
be eligible until the completion
of their respective league's re
gular playing ashedule: Balboa
and Cristobal High School. Canal
zone Junior' college, Armed Fore
es Teen Age League and Curun
du Teen Age League. This require
ment will not prevent any players
in tne above category from oar
ticipating in the tryouts. However,
as states above he cannot nlav
m tne Legion league until his
leagues playing schedule is com
pleted.
AB boys interested m trvine out
for the league must fill out an
application form and bring it with
them for presentation to the league
secretary Saturday morning,
These forms may be obtained at
the principals office during school
hours or after scnool by contact
ing George Black telephone 2-1524.
At a meeting held at the Ame
rican Legion Club last Saturday
it was decided to have the league
begin March 15th which is the
anniversary of the founding of The
American legion. Providing auf
ficient funds are available the
league champioms will travel to
the States sometime in August to
compete m the American Legion
elimination toruneys to determine
the junior world champions.
ward 'major' status in football,1
West Tex. State today signed to
meet Virginia Teen this year
State meets oSther "major oppo
nents Texas 'Tech, Arizona
State, Arizona, Hardin-Simmons
and Texas Western next fall.
The game with Virginia Tech will
be played at Roanoke, va.,
Sept. 20.
TV BOUT fiT
CHICAGO (UP) Young Jack
Johnson of Los Angeles has
signed to meet Wayne Bethea of
New York in a nationally tele
vised 10-round bout at the Chica
go Stadium, Jan. 29. Johnson was
signed in place of (Bob Satterfreld,
who has given up boxing because
of an injured eye.

Former bantamweight champion

Melvin Bourne and 118-pound con contender
tender contender Claudio Martinez will have
their final hard workouts today for
their big return match at the Na National
tional National Gym Sunday night.
Bourne, under the guidance of
trainer Aubrey (Cojo) Woodruff,
has been sparring with his stable stable-mate,
mate, stable-mate, lightweight king Horecio
Ottis.
Martinez did most of his glove
sessions with his elder brother,
featherweight champ, Isidro, who
was reported to have left this week
for boxing commitments in Hava Havana,
na, Havana, Cuba.
Sunday's principals have met
twice before. Martinez took a
unanimous decision from his
more 'seasoned rival in their first
encounter, but Bourne turned the
tables last November by scoring
a TKO victory ever Claudio.
The Chorrillo veteran had siened
to make the bantamweight limit of
118 pounds in defense of his title,
but he weighed in at 123V and au
tomatically lost the crown he held
for five years.
Martinez weighed 117 or the
November fight, and his handlers
claim that the difference in weight
was the main reason for his TKO
loss.
This time the limit is 123 pounds
and Bourne stands to lose a $500
wleght forfeit If he is overweight.
Three other fights round out the
Egbert Reid-promoted program
which will be broadcast exclusive
ly by Radio Panamericana.
The six-round semifinal brings
together lightweights Fenley
Hooker and Herbert Douglas,
who is making a comeback after
e year of inactivity.
In one four-round prelim feath
erweights Valentin Brown and Nat Nat-tie
tie Nat-tie Escudero are to swap leather
and in the other 126-pounder Lu Lu-cho
cho Lu-cho Ibarra and Ivan McAdoo en engage
gage engage each other.
General admission is $1.
Whatever
Happened to...
BULLET BILL DUDLEY
Bill Dudley went a long way in
a hurry on the football field, win
ning All-America honors in mi
as a 19-year-old grid captain at
Virginia. Only a year later, the
ball-toting and kicking star made
the all-pro team as a member of
the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bill had a
run-in with the late Jock Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland in 1947 and was traded to
Detroit in a deal that had Steeler
fans in an angry mood. Always
-a tremendous ground gainer, Dud
ley nnaiiy wound np nis career
with the Washington Redskins in
1953.
Whatever happened to Bill Dud-
leye He has a prosperous insur
ance arm at Lynchburg, Va., and
in the fall he'll be seen in the pro
press boxes, scouting future foes'
of his old team, the Steelers.
Basketball
Results
College Basketball Results
last
New Haven Tch 75 Quinnipiac 5$
Bluefiel St. 80 Beckley 73
Drexel Tech 91 Ursinus 65
Grove City 88 Slippery Rock 01
South
Appalachian 51 Elon 50
Mercer 89 Erskine 78
Florida AIM 85 Beth-Cookman $2
Midwest
Clarion Tchrs 59 Fenn 57
Transylvania 09 Indiana Cent. 59
Ball State 63 Franklin 50
Chicago U. 73 Chicago Tchrs 41
Depauw 77 Indiana State 69
Valley City Tch 06 Minot Tch 60

Finsterwald, Bayer, Wall,

De Vicenzo Rated Highly

by WALTER C. WATSON
Yesterday afternoon Local golf dom got its an annual
nual annual lesson from the professionals visiting Panama,
to participate in the 1958 Panama Invitational Open
at the Panama Golf Club. The Open got under way
this morning.

Bambino George Bayer acted as
master of ceremonies with the
same style he displayed last year
and teamed up with Porky Oliver
to put on a real show for the fans.
Porkie Oliver gave a- hilarious
demonstration of a lady golfer
which had the gallery in an uproar-.
He expressed "groat sur surprise"
prise" surprise" that he couldn't be soen
When the fans asked him to move
forward for a better view of his
show. The little round man, as
Bayer called him, weighs well over
the two hundred pound mark.
Immediately following the clinic,
the fans were entertained at a
cocktail party given by the House
of Seagram. During the early
hours of the evening the auction
of the players for the Calcutta
Pool and the drawing of the num
bers for the the triplets was con conducted
ducted conducted by Alberto (Negro) Arias.
Bidding was mild this year
compared with previous years
and the defending champion,
Doug Ford, was sold for $1,600
which was only $300 mere than
he was purchased for last year
and $500 less than Dow Finster Finster-weld's
weld's Finster-weld's top price in the 1957
Open.
The following are the prices bid
for the pros in the Calcutta Pool
and their respective numbers in
the triplta raffle:
Doug Ford, No. 7, $1400.
Arnold Palmer, No. 13, $1500.
Dow Finsterwald, No. 9, $1400.
George Bayer, No. 10. $1100.
Art Wall, No. I, $1000.
Robert d Vicenzo, No. 4, $ 1000
Ted Kress, No. 2, $700.
Pete Cooper, No. 14, $450.
Den January, No. 4, $400.
Dick Mots, Ne. 5, $550.
Id J Porkie) Oliver, No. 11,
$501.
Brnie Vessfer, Ne. 3, $400.
Bob Wetson, N. 12, $250.
Field Ne. 8, $250.
Hilario Polo, Julio Hernandez,
Raymond Reid, Anibal Macaron,
George Teal, Dick Goodman, Har
Jack Voss, secretary of the Pan Pan-Canal
Canal Pan-Canal Bowling Association re reminds
minds reminds all American Bowling Con Congress
gress Congress sanctioned Leagues that all
entries for the annual City Tour Tournament,
nament, Tournament, which is- a handicap af affair,
fair, affair, must be filed with him by
Saturday midnight.
MAJOR LIAOUI
Team Standings
Pan-Am Jets
Fuerza y Lux
R. C. Ne-Hi
Lucky Strike
Seymour
El Rancho
Europea Furniture
H. I. Homa Co.
Leading Averages (Balcer 197,
Coffey 188, Kunkel 187, Cascio,
Best 18.5
Pan-Am Jets t Fuerza y Luz 1
The two top teams dashed head
on Tuesday night at Diablo. Fuer Fuerza
za Fuerza y Lux Kilowatts drew first
blood by edging out the Pan Am
Jets by 22 pins with Andy Fis-
tonlch getting the only 200 game
tne r jl lads had all night.
After the curtain raiser, the Jets
had their way and increased their
noid on the top spot of the league.
Carmen Cascio of the Jets was
the standout bowler of the night
With three 200 games, last of
which was a 268, giving him a
grand total of 67.9 Andy Fisto Fisto-nich
nich Fisto-nich was the Kilowatts power of
550.
Pan Jets Lowande 488, Albrit-
ton 535, Wheeler 145, Nunes 06,
Cascio 679, Sullivan 930 (2 games)
F y L Boyer 490, Davis 54,
Bowen 460, Fistonich 559, Gleich
man 500.
II Rancho 3 H. I. Heme 1
H. I. Homa again started out
as if they were going to plaster
the opposition, the merrymakers
of the El Rancho when they rot
led a eommedable 882 game giv
ing them a 117 tin reserve. But
they gave 06 of these back in the
second game. Still having a 9-prn
advantage at the start of the last
game, they could not hold on to
the lead and went down by 28
pins, losing with it two valuable
points.
Bud Baker, aliahtlv below his
league leading average, still
come eut on top with 57.5 Al
Minor and Ed Kunkel split the
honors for the winning Ranchitos
with 540 each.
Ranch Roeers 425. Minor 540.
Charters 506, Blind 483, Kunkel

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old Miser, Osvaldo do Vicenzo,
Jaime Victorino.
President de la Guardia stated
last nieht that he was far from
being in his best condition for a
tournament ot this nature, as hit
official duties do not permit him
to practice regularly, but he would
participate in the tournament as
long as he felt well enough to do
so.
This sporting attitude of the
Panama Chief Executive is tvnical
of the fine sportsmanlike qualities
ne nas demonstrated all his life.
Only a true sportsman would re remove
move remove the mantle of his hurh office
to participate in a tournament,
which he has previously won, when
he is not in his best condition.
The President made Dick Metz
one of the happiest people on the
Isthmus yesterday when he pre presented
sented presented him with a beautiful mon mon-tuno
tuno mon-tuno hat, a "6hacara" and a San
Bias mbla. Dick said he was ifepn.
ly grateful to the President for his
Kinrmess. Me added that all he had
to do now was win the Ooen and
he could fill his "chicara" with
the winnings.
The field this year seems well
marched. Defending champion
Doug Ford had a brilliant year
which included the Masters in
1957 and is undoubtedly the man
to beat.
However, despite his showing
last year, this writer again picks
Arnold Palmer to cop the !958
Open with strong competition com coming
ing coming not only from Ford but also
from (Gaucho) de Vicenzo and
Metz. Incidentally, Robe rto's
brother, Osvaldo, will also partici participate
pate participate in the open, and if he has
half of Roberto's ability will make
a real showing.
Congratulations are definitely in
order for the committee headed by
Dick Dehlinger for the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent arrangements and io Mar Mar-ron
ron Mar-ron for the superb conditioninfi of
the beautiful Panama course.
Klumpp 440, Baiter 75, Jamison
UVUe
RC Ne-Hi 4 Europea Furniture
The Cinderella team olf the
laaaue, rnntinncH if min. i..
mng spell by being the only team
tkI m! ui w. u lour points.
The Ne-Hi victim
ur-
was Close hut in .,
. j. ,7" pcuusm con-
tending spirit the Ne-Hi boys
tame inrougn by a single snare
or 10 pins.
Chuck Almaria nM. i m
ton, blistered the lanes and pins
with a 756 series. McNair, Mc
Lane, of Softball pitching fame,
threw the hmlln.f K.ll .. kIi
ently as he pitches for a 522
aeries.
Ne-Hi Allen AKA T m.-l.
er 471, Kaelin 538, Todd 526, Al-
meua aio.
Euronea T.ane I'M r..J..
050, Soto 463, Lerdner 440, Toland
ai.
Lucky Strike t Seymour I
Lucky Strike rolled three steady
games of 850, 837 and 845 and
the first two were good enough
for two points, but th Seymour
Agencies were extramely weak in
the first two tussles. In the fi-
nale. however. nneeH hv flhnolr
Bowers 23'8 game, the Seymour
premiums snapped oui oi tneir
slump and posted a 929. thna sal
vaged one point.
With hrs 238, Chuck Bowers easi easily
ly easily was the top bowler for both
sqnadswith 586 because the near nearest
est nearest one to him was his own team teammate,
mate, teammate, Don Rudy with 557. In the
Lucky Strike lineup which netted
three points the beat score was
(Bob Morrows 532.
Seymour Rudy 557, Bowers
586, Bates 40,5 Graham 441, Cof Coffey
fey Coffey 494.
Lucky Strike Soyster 51$, Mor Morrow
row Morrow 532, Boss 480, Samaniego 51$,
Best 488.
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Several Milwaukee Brave Players Return Unsigned Contracts

THURSDAY. JANUARY ZS. ItSI

Yankees' Tony Kubek
Potential Holdout Too

ty TIM MORIARITY
NEW YORK, Jan. 23-(UP)-Several
members of the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Bravei, just like any other
employes who did a good job and
expect additional compensation in
their pay envelopes, have refused
to sign their 1958 contracts.
The world champions' salary
difficulties came to light when out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bob Hazle disclosed he was
dissatisfied with the terms of his
new contract.
Then general manager John
Quinn announced in Milwaukee
that "there are ethers who have
returned their contracts un unsigned."
signed." unsigned." 'TSut that's not unusual," Quinn

added. "They're negotiating for

what they think is the best deal."
Although Quinn declined to iden identify
tify identify the other dissatisfied Braves,
the yprobably include World Se

ries hero Lew Burdette, Hank Aa Aaron.
ron. Aaron. Warren Snahn and Red Scho-

endienst. Spahn was the highest

paid Milwaukee player last year,
receiving an estimated $50,000.
The New York Yankees also en

countered their first potential

holdout yesterday when Tony Ku

bek had a change Of heart and an

nounced he was returning his first

contract unsigned.

The 1957 American League rookie
of the tear earlier said he was

"well pleased" with the terms of

his next pact.
Tm sorry if there was a misun

derstahding," Kubek said. "They

offered me a raise, out not wnat i

consider enough."

The Yankees, who expect their

Mayer: payroll to hit a record $500,

000 this year, always trail other
major league teams in the "pen
and ink race." They only have six
Slayers under contract thus far,
lcluding regulars Yogi Bern,

Urn Ci mnin atifl U m nir Ban At

VI l k J 01111 wai east vs. iimh. wo'".'.

plus three rookies.

j Raver returned hie signed con contract
tract contract yesterday. It reportedly
called for slight raise to about
$17,000. Ttie veteran outfielder
hatted only .25 during the regu regular
lar regular season last year but was a
standout in the World Serin,
hitting safely, in ail seven games.
The Los Angeles Dodgers in increased
creased increased itheira list of satisfied
layers to 23 by signing southpaw

Johnny Podres. Although he won

only 12 games net season, Podres
led the National League in shutouts

(six) and posted the league's best

earned run average (2.M).

Other maior learners who ac-,

cepted their new contracts includ included
ed included Don Mueller of the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants, Billy Hunter of the
Kansas City Athletics, and Roy

Face an dRon Blackburn of the

Pittsburgh Pirates.

Atlantic
Teenage Loop

Buick won its ffrst game of the
mi hv rin wninff the Jets 6 to 4.

Bud Wainio, pitching his third con

secuuve game tor buick, picneu
up his first win as against one
loss.
Corkv Karoinski started for the

Jets and although he had control
trouble, looks like the pitcher the
Jets have been looking for. He

was followed to the mound by
Drohan and Damiani. Drohan was
the loser.

. The Buick boys picked up all
their runs on walks and a cou

ple of wild pitches. Jim Ralum

bo and Ed Donahue had the only

hits for Buick.
The Jets received three un unearned
earned unearned runs in the second, and

their last run when Bud Wainio
lost his control in the fifth. In
this inning the Jets had a walk,
a hit by Rusty Field, and two

more free tickets. The next three
players are now confidently a-

wai ting the bell to commence hos-

meh went donw in order.

Drohan and Self garnered the

Jets other two hits.

Buick racked up their fourth

doubleplay of the season in the

fourth inning.

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Paging Carlos Thorne
Cerveia Balboa pitcher Carlos
Theme is requested to get in
touch with Oil Morlend of C. B.
Ponton end Co. as soon as possi possible.
ble. possible. Morlend has some corres corres-pendente
pendente corres-pendente for him.
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FORT KOBBE'S TEENAGE BASEBALL TEAM members received uniforms as a gift from the Kobbe NCO Club at a ce.emony
held recently on Rencher Field (Jan. 18). Representing the Club are 8ergeant First Class Dexter Hall, NCO Club board
member, and Master Sergeant Barney W. Jones, president of the board of governors. Others in the photo are Johnnie
Fortune (extreme left) captain of the team; and Bill Lemmer, member of the teenage team. (U.S. Army Photo)

FOR NL FANS... We came back
rom Quakertown with this spot
news: The PhiLies are deiniteiy
going to televise here. Doubt had
arisen recently due to sponsor in indecision.
decision. indecision. That's been taken care
of. Now local to sponsor indeci indecision.
sion. indecision. That's been taken care of.
Now local NL loyalists, impover impoverished
ished impoverished by the departure of Giants
and Dodgers, are assured of. see seeing
ing seeing their weaty heroes in flickers,
u not in flesh. Now often, may dep depend
end depend on the Yankees' TV schedule.
If economically feasible, conf ict
will be avoided. This is for the
Phillies to decide, since no legal
restraints exist.

was in San Francisco, coaching; in
the Shrine game, when be receiv received
ed received the tragic news.

JC To Attempt To Stop BHS
Tomorrow at Balboa Stadium

Tomorrow night at 7:00 in the
Balboa Stadium the Junior Col College
lege College Devils will attempt to stop
the front-running Bulldogs of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School.
Now that drama practice, term term-papers
papers term-papers and final examinations are

Lthing of the past the JC boys

are prepared to give their lull at attention
tention attention to baseball.
Speaking of the drama club,
one must admit that "A Wonder Wonderful
ful Wonderful Summer" was a wonderplay
and all concerned did a fine job.
However, a JC all-male cast re-

I Qm J Willy the Penguin sayt: m
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I mfTr Now with or without filter
I Don't blow your top at the waiter -relax -light up i jj
refreshing Kool. Here's a really fresh cigarette, made even m

better with soothing menthol and a combination of the
I world's finest tobaccos.
And, Kools are now available with or without filter ...
Fresher, too, because they're made right here in Panama.

cently presented two of Shakes

peare's finest plays. On the even evening
ing evening of January 14 they lent their
talents to "A Mid-Summer's Night Nightmare"
mare" Nightmare" and on the evening of Ja-

GUN CLUB
NOTES

The Balboa Gun Club held their
monthly pistol matches last Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Farfan Beach Raage.
Nineteen shooters participated in

the 900 aggregate course. I. N. Mc

Kee, Rodman Naval Station, took
high gun and top honors as mast master,
er, master, G. G. Stokes top Expert and
B. Burxton top marksman.
G. G. (Pappy) Stokes took three
of the 1st places in the expert
class. There were thirteen shoot shooters
ers shooters in this classification and three
places in each event. Sharing the
honors with "Pappy" were Fred
E. Wells, Col. Arthur G. May,
Robert R. Baugh, Clarence B.
McLlvaine, Bunme E. Gregory,
and J. D. McAdama.
Bruce Buxton, Albrook AFB,
squeezed out three of the four 1st
places in the Marksman classifi

cation with William J. Mohr shar

ing the honors by taking 1st in
the NMC 22 cal. event.

PEDRO MIGUEL
There will bo another bi-weekly
shoot at the Pedro Miguel Gun
Club range Sunday. The usual
program will be soht with prizes
to the five highest in each event.
A self service refreshment stand
will be available to all.

nuary 17 surprised everyone with

a sneak showing ot a omeuy
of Errors".
Tho norfnrm annex mentioned a-

bove resulted in a 2 0 victory for
Balboa and a 6-5 win for the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Tigers. Apparently, the high
schoolers do not appreciate
Shakespearian pantomime. In
both atfairs the College boys out out-hit
hit out-hit their opponent's 7-5 and 10-3,
respectively.
Observations made from the Col College
lege College side of the di&mmond indic indic-atet
atet indic-atet hat neither of the hish school
clubs are capable of winning a
bin game without ample assitance
from their opponents. Unfortuna Unfortunately
tely Unfortunately the nice kids of Junior Col-
W havp heen rieht there with

the 'helping hand' when their lit-

tle brothers needed it,
The cast for the Balboa High
vs Junior College will probably
be:
JUNIOR COLLEGE
Jack Hammond 21)
Joe Hammond-2b
Ray Oakley-3b
Don Alexander-cf
Bill Hatchett-c
Herb Schneider -lb
Rolando Linares-lf
Bob Orvis-rf
Ron Mead-p
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL
Jon Morris-2h
George Barbier-lf
Charles French-cf
Don Ryer ss
Gerry Ness N
Dick Scott-rf
Bruce Bateman-c
Lane Thompson-3b
Fred Harley-p

Cricket News
Indication now are that local
cricketers will awing into action
on Sunday, Feb. 2, with Excelsior
C.C., the defending champions,
meeting the runner-up Wanderers
C.C. in the initial encounter of the
season. Both these clubs have
been practicing assidously and the
players are now confidently a a-waiting
waiting a-waiting the bell to commence hos

tilities.

The new Midland C.C. expects
to he very much in the running
for honors this season. Rov Ba-

qure has recruited some too

notch players and now feel that'

his club is as strong as any oth other
er other in the competition. -v
Still undecided as to their par participation
ticipation participation in the league this sea season,
son, season, the popular Surrey C.C, with
three kev players out of action
through illness, will unnoiuice
their decision at th nxt moot-

ing of the Atlantic Cricket League.

The air is.free? ... Chance are
New Yorkers will actually sec
more of the Phillies than the na natives.
tives. natives. The Phillies te evise only
Saturday and holiday home games
plus night-road games. In fee s,
they'll get almost twice as much
out of the New York market ($600, ($600,-000)
000) ($600,-000) as' from the home network
($350,000). In addition, as one of
the "greedy six" ... to quote Shag
Shaugnessy, militant president of
the International League. . they'll
share $100,000 for each appear appearance
ance appearance in the new Sunday TV Game
of. the Week. From air sources a a-lone
lone a-lone they should bank $1,250,000.

The gag bag: "Army and Navy
in race to moon." Word must have
got out there's another Doc Blan Blan-chard
chard Blan-chard up there. Our favorite news newspaper
paper newspaper reports Pat Boone depends
solely on his voice as a singer.
Anything to be- different. Our box boxing
ing boxing writers are remarkably re

trained. None ot them ca 'led Tomb

stone Smith a killer. Things we

never expect to see: A speechless
Yogi Berra. For Ranger goalies

there is consolation: When death
does come, it will be easy to take.

A surprise to many is that the
Yankees' Copa set didn't get more

consideration in the -balloting .or
the "Fighter of the Year."

Xmas tragedy ... There was one
position on the Penn State varsity
coach Rip Engle wouldn't have
to worry about next fall. Red Wor

rell, 20, 210-pounder, was the best
fullback prospect he had ever

seen. Powerful, mobile and spir

ited. Though still a sophomore, he

had the job wrapped up. But the
vounaster won't be around when

the electrocuted while trimming
the family tree in his parents'
home at Cenferville, Pa. Engle

Mick vs. Ted ... Lest anyone get
the notion that the New York base baseball
ball baseball writers, in naming Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams "piayer of the year," retort retorted
ed retorted to appeasement, it sould be not noted
ed noted their selection preceded the con controversial
troversial controversial Mickey Mantle MVP
vote by a fu 1 week. By their ac action
tion action the local writers rank Wil Williams
liams Williams ahead of Mantle ... Either
that, or there

in appraisals, a player oi the year

is une uung, a most valuable Play Player.
er. Player. OU'te another. Our Mr Daniol

suggests Mantle was ignored be because
cause because he got the award last year.

au iiuuuu; na ever won u twice
in a rOW. Til nnr IWlr thic uniiM

have been a proper time to set a

lueceueni.

Fire the ena eh Tho Phil.Jl.

phia Eagles must agree with Leo
that "nice, guys finish
.est." They fired HughDevore, "a
very fine man, but a poor organiz organizer.'
er.' organizer.' DeVOre is I mmnri.nl ...(,

as long demonstrated in college

woman. tAt noire uame, itiling
in for Frank T.eahv ha harf ur

season with wartime personnel.)

magics, ievure naa ui

ne wmcn to organize. And it's per pertinent
tinent pertinent to point out that Jim Trim Trimble,
ble, Trimble, who was fired to make room
for Devore, moved to Canada ami
won the championship.
Navy Bowl Tazoo... At the NCAA
meeting captain Slade Cutter, di director
rector director of athktics, confirmed bur
exclusive that Navy is through
with Bowl Games. From Davei
Groth, of the NL press center:
"The difference between a .300
hitter and a .250 hitter is on y one
hit per week. If one player has
150 hits, -for 500 AB's, he hits .300.
If another haa 125, for 500, he hits
.250. The season is 24 weeks long:"
Next addition to Gol' House's art
gallery: An oil painting o' Sir Wal Walter
ter Walter Hagen, gift of Bob Stranahan.
Toledo spark-plug tycoon.

Along The Fairways
GILLETTE TOURNAMENT
Due te rain, the Gillette gH
tournament originally scheduled
for Jan. 17 and II at Brazes
Brook Golf Club, has boon ex extended
tended extended through Sunday Jin.; 3c,

Fastlich League

OCELOTS SWAMP CONEJOS 13-0
STANDINGS

lots were L. French and Ammirati
who went 3 for 4 and 2 for 3 re

spectively. The leading hitter for

Won Lost Pet.
Pumas .. ,.. .... .. 4 0 1.000

Ocelots, . 4 1 .800 i going one for one

Conejos. .. 3 2 .600
Palomas 2 2 .500
Macaws 0 4 000
Pericos .. 0 4 .000

the Conejos was Stewart as no gar garnered
nered garnered the only Conejo hit while

The box score:

. The Ocelots landed all over three
Conejo pitchers Tuesday afternoon
as they scored ten runs in the sec second
ond second inning to romp home a.i easy
winners. Bettis went the route for
the Ocelots and was never in dan

ger although his control gave him

trouble several times.
The Ocelots picked up a run in
the first on three walks and an er error.
ror. error. Then the roof caved in on the
Conejos as fourteen Oceolt3 came
to the plate in the second, and ten
of them scored on two walks, sin singles
gles singles by L. French, Ammiriti, W.
French, Dubbs, G. Anderson, and
Engelke, and a double by L.
French as he went two for two in
this inning. They added two more
runs in the fourth as icin on the
cake. They came on singles by Al

exander, and L. French, huu a
double by Ammirati.
The Conejos were shut out and
went hitless except for a lone hare
knock which was a single in the
second inning by Stewart, the Co Conejos
nejos Conejos catcher.
Bleakley started for the Conejos
and was relieved by Miller during
the disastrous second. Miller was
relieved by Williams in the fourth
and Williams finished up, although
Bleakley received the loss.
Ray Bettis pitched for the Oce
lots, going all the way, and pitch pitching
ing pitching a beautiful one-htt shut ont to to-gain
gain to-gain his first win of the season.
The leading hitters for the Oce-

Ocelots Ab R H O
Engelke 3 31 1
French L 4 2 3 0
Morris 3 1 0 0
Ammirati 3124
W. French 2 I 1 1
Case 2 0 0 0
Dehlinger 1 0 0 0
Bettis 3 .1 0 1
Dubbs 4 1 1 2
G. Anderson 1 1 1 4
Anderson 1 2 I 2

Totals

Altman
Hern .
Miller .
Brandon
Stewart
Hare .

27 13 10 15

Conejos

10 0 0
.....2002
2 0 0 1

2 0 0 2
1 0 1 I

1 0 0 6'

Klipper 10 0 0
Whitney inoo

Rogers 1 0 0 0

Williams 1 0 01

Mallory 1002

Totals

14 0 1 15

SUMMARY Earned runs:

Ocelots 11, Conejos 0. Winning

pitcher: Bettis. Losing punier

Bleakley. B.B. off: Bleakley 3,

Miller 4, Bettis T. s.u. by: Bleak

ley 1, Miller 3, Williams 2, Bettis

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rati, Ocelots. Umpires: P. Corri-

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mond Osmond P. Breland, which was plac placed
ed placed in circulation this week by the
Canal Zone Library.
Alone with the picture of ani
mals' importance to men and to
each other, the book unfolds much
curious and remarkable knowledge
about the habits of birds, mam mammals,
mals, mammals, fish, reptiles, insects and
micro-organisms, and much more
that will prove informative and
entertaining to readers of all ages, i
The list of new books and their
authors follows:
NON FICTION Animal'
Friends and Foes, Breland; The;
Seige, Campbell; Reading for
Pleasure, Cerf ; About E a r t h-1
quakes, Eiby; Peter Freuchen's
Book of the Seven Seas, Freuchen; i
Trains, Henry; Dreamers of the
American Dream, Holbrook; The
Complete Book of Pottery Making,
Kenny; The Fate of East Central
Europe, Kertesz; The Battle of
Cassino, Majdalany.
. FICTION Deeds of Darkness.
Alhton; By what Authority?, Ben
son; ine Amuiei, norland; wnen
the Bough Breaks, Carney; Crime
upon Crime, Qask; Madeleine,
Gavin; House of Lies, Mallet; The
Mendelman Fire, Mankowiu; The
Landlooker, Steuber.
FOOT SEARCH
CEDAR CITY, Utah, (UP)
Police Chief Tony Lambert,
whose department has only one
cruiser, was patrolling the town
on foot today, looking for the
black car marked "cedar city
police" that someone stole yester yesterday
day yesterday from in front of the police
station.
PARTIAL SUCCESS
ATLANTA (UP) A police
search for a stolen car in Atlanta
has been only partly successful
so far. They found the car aban abandoned
doned abandoned in a city park but the
rear wheels were missing.
TELERAD
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
TEL. 2-2374
Corner "H" & Darien
St.

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Automobiles
FOR SALI
Fourd. four-door Sedan, 1955,
property of Robert G. Fuller, do do-ceased,
ceased, do-ceased, car may be inspected in
the parking lot ef the District
Courthouse. Ancen, Canal Zone
Monday January 20, 1958
through Friday lanuary 24, 195B
from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Keys in possession of attendant
in parking lot. It is not duty
paid. Bids will ba accepted
through January 28, 1958 by
mail by tha undersigned admi administrator
nistrator administrator at the below address.
Terms cash. Sale to be confirm-
ed by United States District
Court.
' W. J. Sheridan, Jr..
Administrator,
Post Office Box No. 9B,
Balboa Heights; C. Z.
FOR SALE: Hillman Husky
station wagan 1957 model.
Bargain, must sell. Tel. 3-7856
(57 p.m.)
FOR SALE: 6 cylinder 1953
Pontiac. new battery and tires.
Radio $850.00. A-1 condition.
Phone 1770 Colon.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist wit) relieve
any foot trouble, cons, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, Ingrown tee nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S
Products
J. Arasemene Ava. 13-41
Tel. 3-2217
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Cameras
at
' uTeaHM
(Across Banco Naclonal)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
emll
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
BOQUETE
EXCURSION
February 2, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
New Time-Payment
Plan Announced
By Braniff Airways
A time payment plan for air
travelers covering the cost of
transportation and related servic
es became available Jan. IS at
Braniff International Airways' of offices
fices offices and affiliated travel agencies
throughout the United States, it
was announced hy Robert Hatch,
manager for the airlme Jaere.
The plan, which is effective on
Braniff routes and those of con
necting carriers, covers air trips
to points mrougnout North and
South American and the Caribbean
Islands and includes prepaid tour
accommodations such as hotels,
meals, and sightseeing trips as
well as air fares.
isthmian travelers now can
take more extensive vacations
without disturbing their budgets
of savings programs. "Hatch said.
"While we expect all types of air
travelers to maxe use ot tne Bra Braniff
niff Braniff plan, we feel it would be par particularly
ticularly particularly appealing to students.
teachers and business women who
now will find it possible to take
their vacations with an initial cash
outlay of as little as ten per percent,'
cent,' percent,' he added. Hatch also point pointed
ed pointed out that users of the Braniff
plan may take up to 20 months
to complete payment of their tra travel
vel travel costs.
The time payments as low as
$12.50 down, plus $6.26 monthly,
for 3-day tourist round trip
Miami, or 2i,30 down and $10.69
monthly for a' 120-day tourist
trip to New York City, will open
new travel possibilities to many
f people.

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AGENTS OR OVU OFPICn At IUI -IT-

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and house for rent
with maid. For appointment call
3-7384.
FOR SALE: A uqa -lung. French
tank included. $85.00 Call 86 86-2186.
2186. 86-2186. DU ROB LOCK concrete build building
ing building block. Approved for use in
the Canal Zona. Ne lets through
breakage. We deliver. Call Mr.
Martines, Tal. 3-6022.
NOTICE OF SALE
Tha fallowing property, assets
of the estate af Robert G. Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, deceased, presently lacated
in house 0431 -A, Frangipani
street, Ancen, Canal Zene, are
offered far sale ta tha highest
bidders.
Such may be inspected in tha
apartment en Saturday morning,
lanuary 25, 1958 from 9:00 a.
m. ta 12:00 noon. Written bid
an any items should ba sub submitted
mitted submitted ta tha underaingnad ad administrator
ministrator administrator at P. O. Bex 98, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heigrts, Canal Zene.
All bida are subject ta tha con continuance
tinuance continuance of tha district court.
The bidder should submit, In ad addition
dition addition ta his bid, his address and
phone number.
Bida will be accepted through
January 28, 1958:
One record player and radio, SI
console.
One record player table medal.
Two bads, aingle, with mattres mattresses
ses mattresses and pillows.
One settee, bamboo, tlx strand,
six cushiant.
Two chain, bambee, six strand,
two cushions each.
One coffee table, mahogany and
bambee.
One coffee table, mahogany
small.
One coffee table, weed.
One chair, wicker, quartermaster.
Four chairs, straight, weed.
One occasional table, Chinese.
Two lamps, floor.
One buffsrt, mahogany.
One desk, mahogany.
One radio, table model.
One clock, wall, electric, 25 cy cycle.
cle. cycle. One mirror, wall, weed frame.
One chest of drawers.
One lamp, desk, gooseneck.
One lamp, bod, metal, j?
Twe lamps, wall, metal.
Twe lamps wall wood.
One rug, 4x1.
One rag 5x9,
One rug 8x10, woven.
One fan, 10", 25 cycle.
Three blinds, Venetian, weed,
5, width installed in 12-fimlly
apartment.
One table, drop leaf.
Seven pictures, wall.
One refrigerator, electric, West West-ingkouse,
ingkouse, West-ingkouse, 25 cycle.
One' table, weed, maple, defec defective.
tive. defective. W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Administrator.
FOR SALE : 2-baby cribs with
$10.00 each. Tel. 2-2980 C. Z.
FOR SALE: Metal crib with
mattress, good cendition $25.00
high chair $5. Tal. 3-1082 Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, evenings.
New Estimate Puis
Farm Income Down
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Agriculture Department re-
versea previous preaicuons iuuay
and said farm it come went down
instead of up last year.
The new estimate put 1957 net
farm income at $11,900,000,000
"slightly below" the 1956 level of
$12,100,000,000. This would be a
drop of 1.6 per cent.
The estimate, contained in the
department's "demand and price"
report, reversed previous forecasts
that farm income for last year
was higher than in 1956.
Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T.
Benson said as recently as Dec. 5
that 1957 farm income would be
up for the second year in a row.
President Eisenhower, in his
special Jan. 16 farm message to
Congress, said that "during the
last two years, farm net income
has stabilized following several
years of decline"."
The department's final estimate,
of 1957 farm income will be issued
early in March. Net income is
what the farmer has left after op operating
erating operating costs.
The department reported in No
vember thatfarm income in the
first nine months of 1957 was at
an annual rate of $12,100,000,000
up 2 per cent from the correspond
: l i amo
ing period of 1956.
This was due mostly to higher
? government soil bank payments to
armers for trimming production
of surplus crops and undertaking
special conservation programs.
For 1957 as a whole, officials
said, government payments to
farmers were estimated at about
one billion dollars, compared to
600 million dollars in 1956.
But cotton marketings were;
to much smaller and of poorer quali
ty in the last ha'f of 1957 than a
ye?r earlier. As a result, cash"
cotton receipts in the six months
! period were about 25 per cent be-
How a year earlier.

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Home Articles
WANTED TO SELL: American
wants to aell full set ef. house house-h
h house-h a I d furniture, refrigerator,
atove, etc. Call Panama 3-5087.
FOR SALE: One China closet,
cheap. House 1546-B. Mange
St. Phena 2-2472.
FOR SALE: Ironing Boards and
Cavers "Arvfn" Automatic Irons
"Murphy Richard" 10 Disc.
C. Z. Emp. 7 St. and Bolivar
Ava. Muobleria Inglesa, Celen.
FOR SALE: T. V. and Table
Lamps 10 Disc. C. Z. Emp.
Muebleria 7 St. and Balivar Ava.
Colon.
FOR SALE: Solid Mahogany
furniture By-Sets ar pieces.
Cheap prices. Muebleria Inglesa
7 St. and Balivar Ave. Colon.
FOR SALE: Mahogany Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Tables Special price $15.
cash. Muebleria Inglesa 7 St.
and Balivar Ava. Celen.
FOR SALE : "Richard Murphy"
Automatic Irons, one year
garantee. We accept yeur eld
Iron for $1.50. Muebleria Ingle Inglesa
sa Inglesa 7 St. and Bolivar Ave. Colon.
FOR SALE: Simment products
J.0 Disc. C. Z. Emp. Mueble Muebleria
ria Muebleria Inglesa 7 St. end Bolivar
Ava. Celen.
FOR SALE: Baby Furniture &
Carriages 10 Disc. C. Z. Emp.
Muebleria Inglesa 7 St. and Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Ave. Ce'en.
FOR SALE: Utility Folding
bodt-Twa sixes $27.50 and
$37.50 Special price with mat mat-treat.
treat. mat-treat. Muebleria Inglesa 7 St.
and Bolivar Ava. Celen.
Work Day Scheduled
At Curundu Church
Another work day has been
scheduled to begin at 8:30 s.m
Saturday at the Curundu Protest
ant Church. Last week saw a
large group of the church turn out
for wont.
Camorts bednr converted
additional Sunday School rooms
will be under the supervision of
Robert Mecaskey. Each man is
to bring his own tools, but all
the materials and supplies needed
to do the work are being supplied.
' Painting of the church will be
under the supervision of Otis Ba
ron. Those wanting to help on tne
painting are asked to bring their
brushes and buckets. The paint
and supplies are being furnished
by the church.
The Women's Auxiliary., of the
church are caring for the prepar preparation
ation preparation of the noon meal. Each fami family
ly family is asked to bring a covered
dish. The beverages, rolls, and
other table needs will be supplied.
Any others outside the immedi immediate
ate immediate congregation that would like
to donate their time and labor m
rhalfof the church are welcome
to come and share in the Chris
tian fellowship. The time is 8:30
a.m. this Saturday at the Curun
du Protestant Church.
New Process Cuts
Cost Of Printing
Books In Braille
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP) The
American nrintine house for the
wind celebratine its 100th anni
versary this week, has announced
development oi a new prutess u.
will allow much faster and cheap cheaper
er cheaper printing of books in fjratt'e.
The new process will enable
Wind children now soing to pub

lic schools a growing trend to i
have and use the same textbooks
as the sighted children in their;

classes, instead of being confined
to those textbooks already avail available
able available in braille.
Finis E. Davis, superintendent
of the printing house, said re researchers
searchers researchers at the printing house
took a vacuum-forming machine
now in wide use in the plastics in industry,
dustry, industry, and experimented with
various plastics until they found
one that would hold the raised
dots of the braille system, which
enable a blind person to read
through his fingertips.
Marjorie Hooper, braille and
large-type editor for the printing
house, explained that under the
system now in use, it costs about
eoo dollars to emboss plates that
will print about 160 copies of a
150-page volume.
This has been reduced under the
new system .to about 10 dollars,
making it economically feasible
for a school board to order spe specific
cific specific text books for the one or
two blind children it may have

in its school system.
Miss Hooper said this was an
especially significant advance at
this time because of the vast
growth in the number of blind
children being educated. She said
there are now about 11.000 blind
children being educated in this
country, compared with 6,000 just
10 years ago.

ESIADOa L'NIDfrS-I4 Central Av

t,MMi.i A sail 13 SI a, farm Afl a
t ill a tMIVKDADtS A THIS BUt
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass run run-abort
abort run-abort with Mark 25 h.p. motor,
like new. Call 86-2186.
SERVICES
3 -minute car waah $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For the boat TV service call
Dick, phone 1479 Celen until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
days.
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY,
TV, HI-FI, RADIO AND PHO PHONO.
NO. PHONO. CALL U. S. TELEVISION
PANAMA 3-7607.
Buldlngs, furniture and house household
hold household articles fumigated against
termites, bares, and other in insects.
sects. insects. Alt work covered by writ written
ten written guaranty. Lew coat-quick
service. "Servicie Pronto" Tel.
Panama 3-7977 Colon 1777.
The best dinner, and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar Hatel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 da Mayo."
LOWE, S. A.
Specialixed Small Gasoline En Engine
gine Engine Service. AUTHORIZED
SERVICE FOR VESPA AND
ZUNDAPP MOTORSCOOTERS,
JOHNSON, EVINRUDE AND
MERCURY OUTBOARD MO MOTORS.
TORS. MOTORS. ALL WORK GUARANTE GUARANTEED.
ED. GUARANTEED. Ne. 7 Ave. Balboa. Same
Building as Salen Bahia Tel. 2 2-4616.
4616. 2-4616. u Cancer Expert
To uive IV Talk
Today Al 5:30 p.m.
Medical science's latest progress
in the treatment of cancer will be
unfolded to the general public in
i special television report this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The half hour report wills tart
fat 5:45 p.m. and will be given'
by Dr. Henry T. Randall who is
Clinical Director and Chairman of
the Surgery Department at the
Memorial' Center for Cancer in
New York.
Dr. Randall, who is visiting the
Isthmus this week as a guest of
the Canal Zone Cancer Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, has held informal consulta
tions at Gorgas and Coco Solo
hospitals and consulted with the
Gorgas Hospital Tumor Board
spice his arrival.
Last night he addressed the o o-pening
pening o-pening session of the Pan Isthmian
Medical Society at Gorgas hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. He told his audience of Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian and Zone doctors the lat latest
est latest techniques for treating breast
and other sex-organ cancers.
On Saturday he will review sur surgical
gical surgical problem cases at Gorgas and
lecture on Gastro Intestinal Tract
cancer problems and treatments.
FLY TO SAN BLAS ISLANDS
Thirty minutes from Colon via
Smootr Coastal Air Route
Over Portobelo and other Historic
towns in New
-CESSNA 18 AIRPLANES
For further information call
COLON AVIATION
Tela. 14 48
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 4:15 ASM
William Holden Lloyd Nolan
"BRINK OF HELL"
CRISTOBAL t:M
Victor Mature Anita Ekberf
"ZARAK"
DIABLO 7:90
Humphrey Bogart
"THE HARDER
THKT FALL"
.1
GATUN 7:i
Fred MacMurray
"QUANTEZ"
MARGARITA 6:15, 7:50
Victor Mature
"GLORY BRIGADE"
-
SANTA CSUS
1:11 8:05
Debbie Reynolds
Leslie Nielsen
CAMP BIERD
4:15 k45
"Calypso Joe"
' end
"KILLER
"Tammy and The! LEOPARD"
Bachelor"
7:30 only
PARAISO 4:15 8:44
"YELLOW FIN" and
"TACTABAN" 7:30 only
BALBOA THEATRE TOMORROW
THE J ANINK CHAHRAT BALLET
COME EARLY FOR SEATING.

WANTED: Experienced sales salesmen.
men. salesmen. Attractive commission,
immediate payment. "Muebleria
Rattan Lux."

WANTED: Bilingual secretary secretary-stenographer,
stenographer, secretary-stenographer, female. Apply Cir Cir-cuito
cuito Cir-cuito R.P.C., tales department.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A,- DIABLO
OX 1211 CRISTOBAL C.I.
Notice to residents of Gambea,
Santa. Crux and Paraieo. From
new on all telephone calls for
the L, R. Semmer office in Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa should be made to Balboa
4430.
It's economical to reconstruct
Hrt. Reconstructed Naclo Naclonal"
nal" Naclonal" offers guaranteed werk.
They cost less and are more dur durable
able durable than new ones. Peru Avenue
No. 7. Phena 2-0460, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Domestic Employment
WANTED: Two maid, gen general
eral general housework and nursemaid
who must sleep in. References
desired. Tal. Albreok 2201
between 5 and 9 p.m.

CZ Junior College Begins
50th Semester Next Monday

The Canal Zone Junior f!nllpci-
will begin its 5'Oth semester, and
the second semester of its silver
anmversary year, on Monday.
r -.a aj ... .
ncgisu-auon nours win ne from
until 11:45 a.m. and from 12-i
until 3:30 p.m. Classes will begin
we nexi aay.
Muorits who are graduates of
Balboa Hrgh School, Cristobal High
School, or any accredited high
school in the United States, and
whose credentials are satisfactory,
will be admitted as new students
in the second semester.
ine local lumor rolW nffc-o
college preparatory and tnrmrri.i
uuiucuia in commercial work
siness admimstrat nn nH
rial), liberal arts, and icience-
intWME.
bout 3.000 rlrtWent
dents
Btve been enroUedMn the day claa
' "u auuiu i.ijw m tne evening,
Saturday morning, and summer
session courses. The number of
graduates is 732, and almost exact
ly half of them have transferrpri
CO Colleges and univoritle in tha
United States and in several for

Distinguished visitors will come to Panama
as guests of the Skal Club to promote
tourism to the Republic (
The Panama Skal Club, an affiliate of the International
Organization of Executives of the Tourist Industry, has
invited the members of the Miami Skal Club to visit
Panama to get acquainted with the numerous tourist
attractions in the republic ao they in turn will send down
to our country a great number of tourists.
Among the prominent visitors that will arrive this
week are Robert Sinner, manager of the international
travel department of American Automobile Association;
Sdwin H. Bishop, district sales manager of Delta Air
Lines and Mrs. Bishop; William Farr, president of Farr
To-m'3 and Travel Service, and Mrs. Farr; William P.
Maon, secretary-treasurer of Travel, Inc.; Joseph W.
Power, vice president of Avis, Inc.; Ted Saunders, pres president
ident president of Davis Tours, Inc.; Charles F. Sharp, vice pres president
ident president of Sales of National Airlines; Warren C. Freeman,
President of Biscayne travel Service, and Sylvan Cox,
travel editor of Miami News; and Ian Gileadi, publisher
of Steamship Cruises.
The visitors will be honored at several social functions
which will include a cocktail at the Hotel El Panama
Hilton, Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and Industries
Victor Navas; a luncheon at the Jockev Club of President
Remon racetrack and a handicap in their honor; dinner
at the Bella Vista Room of the El Panama Hilton, and
sightseeing tours around Panama- and the Canal Zone.

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Hollywood again demonstrates its capacity for creatine;
matchless adventure entertainment, this time with the new
movie "spectacular," "RUN OF THE ARROW," which opens
Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE-IN" Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. In addition to blistering action and some of the most
magnificent Western scenery ever filmed in Technicolor
the RKO picture skins vitality through superlative per performances
formances performances by its stars Rod SEIGER, Sarita MONTIEL, Brian
KEITH and Ralph MEEKER.

WANTED: Experienced ac accountant,
countant, accountant, female, with know knowledge
ledge knowledge ef English and Spanish cor correspondence.
respondence. correspondence. Apply to Feikard,
Zona Libre, Celen.
WANTED: Secretary, steno stenographer
grapher stenographer who can take English
and Spanish dictation. Apply
Feikard, Zona Libre, Colon.

jrrmTaL
WANTED: High chairs,
ler. Phane 3-0581.
strol-
WANTED TO RENT: North
American lady desires ana bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartment on
first floor Or wittitovator. Tel.
Curundu 83-6f14T7
X-
WANTED: Experienced maid
with references seeks employ employment
ment employment as laundress, caretaker or
nursemaid. Call Panama 2-0147.
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires for retreading. "Recons "Recons-tructora
tructora "Recons-tructora Nacional". Avenida Pe Peru
ru Peru 7, Tel. 2-0406.
American family requires heuse
er apartment with 3 bedrooms
and ether facilities. Call Mr.
Crocker "Hotel El Panama" roam
602,
eign countries. In the United States
these institutions number well ov over
er over 100 and include colleges locat
ed in every state, except Nevada.
Maty of the former CZJC stud
ents have been graduated from
these and other institutions and a
number have secured graduate and
professional degrees from them. A A-mong
mong A-mong them are about 25 who have
earned various of doctor's degrees
such as Ph. D., M. D., D. D S.,
D. V. M., and J. D
Large numbers of CZJC gradu graduates
ates graduates and former students are, or
have been, employed by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal organization m various
professional, clerical, and other
capacities
Included among them are the
iprivate secrtahgfiejkof the govern
or and the director of personnel,
three membera of the executive
planning staff, and a number of
engineers and school teachers. Sev Several
eral Several former Gorgas Hospital doc doctors
tors doctors and a former assistant di district
strict district attorney for the Canal Zone
(a young lady) were also Canal
Zone Junior College, students.
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Reuther's Auto Profit Share Plan
Heads For Adoption At UAW Parley
DETROIT, Jam- 23 (UP) Walter P. Reuther's collective bargaining program for a share
of auto industry profits and wage and benefit gains moved toward adoption today by the Unit Unit-tfiuto
tfiuto Unit-tfiuto Workers convention.
Raising a 55 million odllar strike fund was expected to be the next drder of business.
Opponents of the bargaining program presented by the UAW leadership tried last
night to rally and organize their cry for a shorter work week.
But Reuther told critics from the convention floor that a shorter work week in a time of
tow production would not solve unemployment. He insisted only giving consumers more pur purchasing
chasing purchasing power would bring back, full production. Most of the critics subsided meekly.

Sneral Motors Corp. President
ow H. Curtice yesterday turn turned
ed turned down Reuther's invitation to
address the convention. But Curt Curtice
ice Curtice sent a letter to Uauther stat stating
ing stating his position on contract talks.
The letter was read to the 3,600
delegates and local officers.
Curtice indicated the program of
Reuther and other UAW leaders
will meet strong resistance. He rer
minded the union delegates of pro progress
gress progress made in the past through
noscflfu'l negotiations without
Strikes and tfaid:
"It Is hopod that the program
adopted by your delegates and
tht instruction to your General
Motors collective bargaining re representatives
presentatives representatives will bo sufficiently
flexible so that the union will not
be in a frozen position at the
bargaining table ... Such a posi position
tion position would impede tho possibili possibility
ty possibility of peacefully resolving our
dWhrenets."
Earlier, Reuther blamed big
businessmen who take more than
their share" for leading the coun coun-'
' coun-' try toward a depression and said
fri UAW must have a share of
profits to restore purchasing pow power
er power and prosperity.
The UAW president opened the
three-day UAW collective bargain bargaining
ing bargaining convention by flaying big busi business
ness business for causing inflation during
. orifwl nf economic recession.
'We have had inflation in Amer
ica under circumstances wnere
" When a habit begins to cost a
tot of money, it's colled a hobby.
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RAIN (inches) 0
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the availability of goods was
much oreater than the demand,

because, people didn't have the
purchasing powes," Reuther said
"Cockeyed Inflation"
"We have gone through the
most cockeyed kind of inflation in
the history of the world. And we
have" got inflation under circum
stances where there were much
mpre goods than there were cus customers.
tomers. customers. '. . It happened because wc
have artificially rigged -nflation,
rigged arbitrarily by powerful eco'
nomic corporations exercising
their monopoly and dominance of
vital segments of the American
eennomv. who arDitraruy . sei
the price at the level mey aroi
trarilv rhnse."
Reuther said tnese iew ginm
rnrnorationsv and their officers
have taken a "disproportionate
share" of the nation's wealth and
shortchanged the Workers, tarm-
ers and consumers."
Reuther said prosperity can be
nrhiPVPH onlv bv correcting the
imbalance Detween prouutuun
and purchasing power.
Hp said the proposed iw "un
trart demands offer the "soundest
anH frwt realistic program 10
deal with this,, problem. He said it
asks for "two packages.
"The first is a small, reasonable
package of minimum economic
gains Daseu on prouutuvjij in increases,"
creases," increases," he said. ....
This package wouio inciuae a
basic wage increase of about 10
cents per hour, unemployment
benefits totaling 80 per cent of
wages- and sizeable gains in pen
sions, weltare programs auu juu
transfer payments.
The "second package is a one one-quareer
quareer one-quareer share of profits above 10
per cent on net capital.
Benefit Small Companies
Reuther said this program "will
work to the benefit of the small
companies and auto suppliers" be-
Greek Court Gives
US Ainnaii 10 Months
For Hero's Death
ATHENS. Greece, Jan. 23 (UP)
A Greek court sentenced Amer American
ican American Airman Marion Musilli to 10
months imprisonment today for
the traffic death of a Greek war
hero.
A. U.S. congressman testified
yesterday on behalf of Musilli.
Rep. Arch A. Moore (R-W Va),
who said his home was only four
miles from that of Musilli in Ben Ben-wood,
wood, Ben-wood, W. Va., told the court the
airman came from a good family
and had never been in court be before.
fore. before. Mussilli was charged with unwul unwul-ful
ful unwul-ful manslaughter in the death of
Stephanos Saraphis, a leftist lead leader
er leader in the Greek Parliament and
World War II resistance general.
SaraDhis' wife was seriously in
jured when Musilli's automobile
struck the couple, who were on
foot.
Musilli took the stand after
Moore's testimony. "I deeply re regret
gret regret Saraphis' death and his wife's
injuries," Musilli said in a low
voice.
He said he was passing a large
black car when the Seraphis
couple suddenly stepped into his
path. He could not avoid them, he
said.
Prosecutor Constantino Fafoutis
charged Musilli was speeding on
a curve when the accident
occurred.
City attorney Angelos Tsoukalas
said Musilli felt he did not have
to abide by Greece's traffic regu regulations
lations regulations because he was an Ameri American
can American serviceman.
Airman James Francis Carney,
who was riding as a passenger in
Musilli's car, backed up Musilli's
version of the accident.
Broadway Teeming
With Ragged Men,
Red Paper Claims
. LONDON, Jan. 23 (UP) The
Russian newspaper Sovetskaya
Rossiya today described Broad Broadway
way Broadway as a street full of ragged
shivering unemployed rather than
the Gay White Way of enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. The description was contained
in a dispatch from New York by
one of the newspaper's reporters
who said he toured the street. It
was brpadcast by Radio Moscow.
"Along the street there flows
a stream 0 cars, past the
(racing) horse news vendor and
the suops.iull of goods but no
customers. .
"A biting wind is blowing but
many people are wearing light
coats or no coats at all. Why?
I asked an American friend. .
'coat? just wait for the cold
weather to end. O.ten there's
nothing to buy it with. .
"A man in a tattered Jacket
with tired eyes asked 'Can you
spare a nickel?' I guessed the
; must be one of the 4,000,000
i unemployed the papers don't talk
about."

cause it is "tailored to fit econom
ic realities."

Reuther said the workers would
ask a "fair and reasonable" wage
to start with, then if the company
made a profit above the 10 per
cent investment return, "we ask
for our equity at the end of the
year."
We are willing to take a small
rest ai'er they've got the money
,n their money bags an
take it oui u ckets of the
consumers," he said.
US Consumers
Worry On Outlook
For 1958 Economy
ANN ARBOR, Mich.' (UP) (UP)-American
American (UP)-American consumers are worried
about the economic outlook for
themselves and the nation, a re report
port report by the University of Mich
igan's survey research center said
today.
The center's nationwide survey
was conducted during late Novem November
ber November and December 1957 and is the
latest in a twice yearly1 serifs
going back to 1952.
The center said the survey
.showed consumer optimism in the
economy dropped during 1957
from its all-time high in (Septem (September
ber (September 1956. By June 1957, consumer
optimism dropped from the high
o. 113 on, the center's attitude
index to 104. By December last
year the index sank to about 95,
slightly above the 93 registered
during the recession of late 1953.
But the center pointed out that
more than half the consumers in
the U.S., 54 per cent, still believe
times in 1958 will be "good" on
the whole. A year ago, about 75
per cent of U. S. consumers
expected "good" times in 1957.
Awareness of recent unfavorable
economic reports, said the center,
has lowered America's inclination
to buy houses and new or used
cars.
The survey revealed Americans
now believe the U.S. is in the
grips of a recession. High prices,
"uncertain times," and high ex expenses
penses expenses were also often cited by
consumers as reasons for their
worries.
101 YEARS
SOUTHPORT, England (UP) (UP)-Ada
Ada (UP)-Ada Fisher, told by doctors when
she was 16 that she had little
time to live, celebrated her 101st
birthday yesterday.
Canal Zone
Sees Picture
Tomas Guardia, Jr., the director
of the Darien Subcommittee was
guest speaker at the annual meet
ing of the Panama and Canal Zone
Automobile Club which was held
Monday evening at the Tivoli
Guest House.
The meeting included a buffet
dinner, the report of officers, the
election of new officers as well as
a report on the Darien Gap. Pres

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TALKING OVER A SUCCESSFUL MEETING are (1 to r) Otis Imboden, information officer
of the1 Darien subcommittee; Jorge Garcia Tellez, Colombian representative on ihe Darien
subcommittee: Mrs. Mildred K. Turner, secretary-treasurer of the Panama and Canal ZonV
Automobile Club; Tomas Guardia, Jr., director of the Darien subcommittee and Thoma.5 E.
Burrow, president of the Auto Cluo. Guardia was the principal speaker at the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Auto Club held at the Tivoli Hotel this week.

HONORARY MEMBER President Emesto de ja Guardia, Jr., is made an honorary member
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3322 during a get together at the Post Home in
Ancon. Mr. de la Guardia receives his VFW can from Post Comdr. Ralph W. Zachary. Look Looking
ing Looking on are: club steward Louis A. Julian, National Guard Lt. Ramiro silvera and jTelipe Ca Ca-zabon,
zabon, Ca-zabon, jr.

Leading Strategist In Little
Wins Committee Approval As

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UP) (UP)-William
William (UP)-William P. Rogers, a leading
administration strategist in the
Little Rock, Ark., crisis, won
committee approval as attorney
general yesterday after a hearing
in which the term "civil rights"
was not even mentioned.
The Senate Judiciary Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, which includes some South Southerners
erners Southerners among its members, ,sent
Rogers' nomination to the Senate
floor without dissent. The action
came at a brief, closed -door
meeting following a two -hour
public hearing.
Committee Chairman, James O.
Eastland (D-Miss) said that there
was no roll call vote, but that
no opposition was voiced to
President Eisenhower's choice of
Rogers for the cabinet post.
The 44-year-old Rogers succeed succeeded
ed succeeded former Attorney General Her Herbert
bert Herbert Brownell Jr. under a recess
appointment last November. He
previously had served since 1953
as deputy attorney general
As BrowneU's deputy, RogersJ
helped lay the legal foundations
for the government's intervention
to enforce court-ordered school
integration in Little Rock. He also
helped to steer the administra administration's
tion's administration's civil rights bill through
Congress.
At the open hearing, committee

Automobile Club Chooses Officers,
Story Of 'PanAm Road, Darien Gap

ident Thomas E. Burrow of the
club was in charge of the meeting.
Burrow reported that the parent
organization, the American Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Association, grew last year
to a new high of 5,700,000 mem members.
bers. members. The local club almost touch touched
ed touched 2000' members. There has been
a considerable increase in the
number of wives joining as asso associate
ciate associate members.
This has been pointed out as a $5

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members questioned Rogers about
a variety of subjects ranging from
anti-trust suits to federal peniten penitentiaries.
tiaries. penitentiaries. But neither Rogers nor
any committee member uttered
the words "civil rights."
Rogers helped undermine any
newsmen recently he p anned no
new civil rights proposals this
year. He said at the time that
he felt a "cooling off" period was
advisable.
Only one witness appeared in
opposition to Rogers. She was
Minniola O. Milier, of Suffield,
Conn., a self-styled "old maid."
She complained she was unab'e
to get replies from the Justice
Department to her complaints
about department procedures.
But Rogers assured the commit committee
tee committee he would do everything
possible to make department
information available to Congress,
the press and the general public.
"I have always been a believer
in this business of public informa
tion," he said. He added that he
believed the President shared his
view that the government should
release a 1 1 information "that
doesn't injure national security."
He also promised to testify
persona'ly Jiefore the Constitution Constitutional
al Constitutional Righfs subcommittee, headed
by Sen. Thomas C. Hennings Jr.
(D-Mo). Brownell had ignored
bargain for $1.50. There is a freei
dinner worth at least $2 and $3
worth of road service available to
the associate who pays only $1.50
annual dues.
Safety aids to school children
on tht national and local levels
have boon increased, Burrow
reported, and currently TV and
radio safety programs are being
utilized in addition to bicycle
training classes..

Rock Crisis
Atty. General

repeated subcommittee invitations
to testify.
Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-NC),
a leading opponent of the civil
rights bill last year, said he would
support Rogers' nomination be because
cause because he felt a President has the
right to choose his own cabinet.
"It is too much for me to hope
for," he said, "that an attorney
general could entertain the same
views that I have."
Colon Infant
Dies On Way
To CZ Hospital
A 19-mottth-old baby girl from
Colon was pronounced dead from
natural causes on arrival at Coco
Solo Hospital this morning.
The infant, Maximina Molinar,
apparently had a history of heart
trouble since birth.
Today her parents, Ildefonso and
Maximina Molinar, started to take
her in a public bus to the hospital.
However, the baby succumbed be before
fore before reaching Coco Solo.
Police report Molinar is employ
ed by the Canal.
There have been improvements
made in the auto Camp at El Valle
and members enjoy the economy
of this private camp for their ben benefit.
efit. benefit. Road service has been used in
an increasing amount and the
service is being improved.
Guardia spoke on the current
status of the Inter American Iieh
way from the United States to the
Panama Canal. He predicted that
in a year and a half, it might be
possible to drive the distance over
an all-weather road.
Then, he told of the difficulties
nd the advantages of building a
highway through Darien to con connect
nect connect the highway systems of South
America with that of North Airier-
ica
Guardia is considered a top
flight expert
. on this projected
highway.
Also present were Jorge Garcia
Tellez, the representative of the
Colombian government on the Da Darien
rien Darien Subcommittee, and Otis Im Imboden,
boden, Imboden, the information officer for
the project. Imboden narrated
while he exhibited color slides.
Later,, Guardia kept up a running
commentary as a color motion
picture was shown of the initial
survey of the highway through the
Darien.
The offer of a complete illustrat
ed report of the survey, either in
English or Spanish, was eagerly
received by many Auto Club mem
bers. Copies also will be obtained
for the office of the club in Diablo.
About 270 from all Darts of the
Isthmus attended the meeting.
in the elections, the principal
officers were all reflected. These
included Thomas E. Burrow,
president; John W. Matthews, 1st
vice-president; Bernhard I. Ev Ev-rson,
rson, Ev-rson, second vice-president; and
Mrs. Mildred K. Turner, secretary-treasurer.
Executive committee members
elected were" Frank Morricc and
Daniel A. Pagenta for Panama Ci City;
ty; City; Robert G. Leigh for Colon;
and William E. Badders, Henry T.
Carpenter, and Whitman P. Gar Garrett
rett Garrett for the Atlantic side, Canal
Zone.
For the Pacific side, Cana! Zone,
the directors will be Roger W.
Adams, Edgar F. Daggett, Harry
C. Egolf, John A. Everson, James
A. Fraser, Meyer Kaplan, Ed Edward
ward Edward E. Kennerd,, Ralph K. Skin Skinner,
ner, Skinner, and Howard E. Turner.

71 Tops Early Finishers
Of First 18 Holes; LeBrun
Runnerup With Even Par 72

Panama President Ernesto de

ly got the 72-hole $10,000 Panama Invitatipnal Open golf tourna tournament
ment tournament underway when he teed off accompanied by Osvald Da

iivoimu mna aanav mimic.
pe Vicenzo,va brother of famed "gaucho" Roberto, hails
from Argentina and like Hinkle is an amateur.
The President was presented' with a pair of gold tees hy
Frank Marshall, vice-president of Searram'i f r.nirir. ...m.u

is co-sponsoring the tourney, just
George Riley, one of the best
local amateur players, shot a 34
on the front nine and a 37 on
the back nine for a one-under-par
71 to be the leader after
most of the first round "morn
ing" starters had been in. A few
were still out on the fairways at
press time but it did not appear
that any of them could improve
on Riley's score.
LeBrun was the runnerup with
72. Don Hause's 73 was good
enough for third place. Tony
Jankus, Al Corsale and Charlie
Ragged Farmer, 91
So Rich He Doesn't
Bother To Count $s
GOLDEN VALLEY, N.D, (UP)
Authorities today backed up the
story o.' an eccentric 91-year-old
farmer dressed in rags who said
he is so rich be doesn't bother
to count his money.
John Cruickshank, who lives like
a hermit in a shack north of here,
complained to Houston, Tex.,
police yesterday that someone hid
picked his pocket as he sat in a
bus, station.
But Cruickshank didn't appear
worried hv the loss, and exolained
to police he was so rich he didn't
even know how much he was
worth. He said the pickpocket took
$80 and his round trip ticket to
Mexico City.
Houston police asked North
Dakota authorities to investigate.
Officials here said Cruickshank's
neighbors believed he is worth
plenty. The best estimate is that
the old hermit is worth at least
$150,000.
Sheriff Harold C Kieti said
Bismark, N.D., banker told him
Lruickshank has his wealth spread
around nine banks. However, he
doesn't trust banks with all his
money, the sheriff said, and has
some of it hidden around his
house.
Keitz said Cruickshank also
owns (oil stocks and otber invest investments
ments investments which bring him a sizable
yearly income. He is said to carry
as much as $5,000 in cash on his
infrequent trips to town.
Cruickshank le t Golden Valley
last fall, saying he was going to
California and Florida. Word later
drifted back to his neighbors that
he had decided to add Mexico
City to the itinerary.
Soviet Daily Sees
Worldwide Demand
For Summit Talks
MOSCOW, Jan. 23 (UP)-, The
Soviet government organ Izvestia
said today there is a worldwide
uemana ior summit talks sug
gested by Soviet Premier Niko Nikolai
lai Nikolai Bulganin in letters to Presid President
ent President Eisenhower and other west western
ern western leaders.
Izvestia said the idea of such
talks would "determine the inter international
national international events of. the new year.
The newspaper sajd "the worl
public sees with regret that t'he
ruling cricles of some western
countries are outdihg themselves
m diplomatic twists and turns in instead
stead instead of precisely and clearly de determining
termining determining their stand on the pro proposal
posal proposal foe summit talks.
It is noteworthy,' Izvestia said,
that the question fs heing discus discussed
sed discussed in the parliaments of both
'Britain and France.
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MacMurray were tied for fourth
with 74's and Jim DesLondes Jr.
was fifth with a 75.
The first round scores:
Capt. Jaegers 4n.-7t
Father Donovan 39-3978
Sn,Hau5e 37-36-73
Daniel .39-40-79
Connor 39-3.V--77
DesLondes Jr .37-3875
Mathiesoh 39-38 77
Jankus : 39-3574
Geo. Riley 34-37-71
Cnas. MacMurray 34-40-74
De Sola 41-4182
Massot ..46-4288
K ncaid, 47-38-85
Glickenhaus 4A-4n ok
R. Guirola 51-4394
"eitaps 4-43 89
Capt. Cheney 46-4389
v. raz Koanguez 46-5096
Medinger 44 ( withdrew i
Capt. May 41-4182
Lally 40-43-83
Mornce 39-3978
Eder 43-4ftna
Bgl Kline 42-4082
ui. uerrans 38-3877
Lombroia 40-3979
"a. 38-42-r0
Dalton ...40-39-79
Moran .38-3876
Smith (withdrew after 6 holes)
COI. Rabb 3.,-38-7B
Saarlnen 42-4082
Day 42-42 C4
Lewter 41-3879
Corsale 36-3874
Schlegel 44-3983
Beall 40-4282
LeBrun 35-3772
Jeffrey Kline 37-4077
Kosik 48-4189
Col. Herr 43-4285
Elich N 41-4485
Jacks 42-3981
Brown 46-4389
McAmis 40-41-81
Clisbee 39-39-78
S. Guirola 4M4 85
10-Year-Ofd Cir!
fcives Birth To
Seven-Pound Baby
SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 23 (UP)
A 10-year-old girl and her
seven-pound baby boy were re reported
ported reported "doing fine" today in a
home for unwed mothers in San
Francisco.
Juvenile probation officer Mu-
riel Wright said the girl required
a blood transfusion after the
delivery by caesarean section in
a San Francisco hospital last
night.
The girl, a third grade student
at a school here, was believed to
be one of the youngest mothers
on record in this country. The
girl, who was not identified, was
removed from school by her
mother when the pregnancy be became
came became evident. She was made a
ward of the court.
The girl accused Harry N. Lee,
29, common-law husband of the
girl's mother,, of fathering the
child.
Lee p'eaded innocent to charges
of lewd and lascivious conduct
ahd was taken to county jail to
await trial.
Sad Undertaking
LONDON, Jan. 23 (UP)r- The
National Association of Funeral
D&rtetors today urged the town
fathers 6t suburban Purley to re remove
move remove new road safety signs. Th
signs say: "Undertakers Love
Qvertakers."

WEEK-END
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