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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1958
CANADIAN WHISKY jaflB
Engineering Outfit To Take
Univac's Eye View Of Canal
A contract for an exhaustive study and report on the dispatching and move movement
ment movement control of vassals transiting the Panama Canal has been signed by Gov. W. E.
Potter with Cibbs and Hill, consulting engineers of New York.
Representatives for the firm have visited the Canal Zone several times during
the past few months and have alt eady done some ground work preparatory to such a
study. Their general representative, J. H. Sturges, arrived on the Isthmus earlier this
week to complete details of the contract.
Authorization for an engineering study on the marine traffic control system was
given by the Canal Company's board of directors at the meeting held In the Zone last
This authorization was in line with other actions of tha board in which is di directed
rected directed the Governor to expedite further studies on mna'to incraase the capacity of
Hi contrast just signed with, study and handled negotiations for
Gibbs and Hill covers a Wide ranee
of methods which might be adopt adopted
ed adopted to facilitate traffic control, It is
expected the study will take ap approximately
proximately approximately six months to com complete.
plete. complete. Some of the principal points to
be covered in the study were out outlined
lined outlined at follows by Lt. Col. Robert
D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and
Construction Director, who has
been working on plans for the
"A study of the methods of com communication
munication communication now' in use between
ships and marine traffic control
ers; a study of the methods now
followed in scheduling ships with
ah analysis of possible means of
improvement through installation
of modern equipment.
"As an example, studies by
Gibbs and Hill engineer! may
conclude that seme sort of Uni-
Tecon Man Here To Prepare
For Paraiso Curve Blasting
Leroy S. Earner, a superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Tecon Corporation of
Dallas, Texas, is presently on the
Isthmus to make arrangements
for the extensive drilling and
blasting work at paraiso' Curve,
a Canal improvement project,
for which his firm has been a a-warded
warded a-warded a contract.
Two contracts for the win
ehinr of Paraiso curve lock locked
ed locked about one mile north of Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Mieuel Locks, were award
ed last October.
months' job in which about two
and a half million yards of rock
and shale were removed alter a
deep fissure was discovered a a-cross
cross a-cross the crest of the hill.
Ramer visited the site of the
new excavation yesterday after
noon, accompanied by Harold H
Penney, chief of the canal's
Contract and Inspection' Divl
During his present visit to
make plans for the work Ramer
!s staying at the Tivoli Guest
vac machine might be able to do
a theoretically better fob of
scheduling ships from both ends
than it now dene manually, and
that such a machine might bo
extremely helpful to the merino
traffic controlers in a number of
"Gibbs and Hill will also exam
ine and analyze the degree of con?
trol and timeliness of control of
ships during various stages of
their transits from one breakwater
to the other.
'They will study the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the present visual signals
under all conditions.
"The most important part of
their report will be the production
of functional specifications with
recommendations for actual sys systems
tems systems which can be used by com communication
munication communication and control personnel
for improving communications
systems, scheduling procedures,
data display media in the control
room, harbor and channel control
"Their study is expected to re result
sult result in a report which- permits a a-doption
doption a-doption of improved and more
modern equipment by s t a ges,
should this be desirable."'
, ui rmumim, wm .
. The others
Toii:- covers i
basting of material below the
wrterline which will later be re removed
moved removed by Panama Canal dredg dredges.
es. dredges. This contract calls for the
drillin of some 200,000 linear
fest of holes and the use of 400, 400,-000
000 400,-000 pounds of explosives.
The work to be done by Tecon
Is o follow that being done by
The latter initiated work un under
der under its contract several weeks
a to and has six months after
receipt of notice to proceed to
complete the job.
Tecon's contract has an eight eight-month
month eight-month limit.
The widening and deepening
of the Canal channel at Parai
so curve Is one of several im
provement projects scheduled or
planned. The work at this curve
will eliminate a hazardous con condition
dition condition at the Intersection of the
Paraiso and Cucaracha reaches.
Ramer Is well acquainted with
working conditions in the Canal
Zone. He was In charge of the
major excavation job at Con Contractors'
tractors' Contractors' Hill. This was an 18-
Meat Market Burns
In 24-Hour Roarer
On Next President
GUATEMALA CITY, Jan. 24
(UP) Congress, meeting behind
a screen of tommy guns, appeal appealed
ed appealed to Guatemala's interim gov government
ernment government last night for prote
in its ticklish' task o choosing the
nation's next President.
Most members ot the national
legislature received anonymous
death threats in yesterday's mail.
At least 50 soldiers armed with
submachine-guns stook guard out outside
side outside the capitol during last nigh't
Rightist Gen. Miguel Ydigoras
Fuentes polled the biggest total
the Congress is to decide between
htm and vote, but L. Cruz Sala
zar who placed second or tniro.
depending on whose figures you
Supporters of Ydigoras and
Cruz crowued tne gauery last night
frequently interrupting cnargea
thai yesterday s anonymou
threats came irom Ydigoras' PNR
Party its supporters in the
gallery started a storm oi shout shouting
ing shouting that drowned out everything
else for 10 minutes.
The leftist PR party of Mario
Menaez Montenegro the third
major candidate in the election
also was represented in the gal gallery,
lery, gallery, but took no part in the
A GROUP of Assemblymen stag
ed a walkout yesterday when a
majority of their colleagues voted
against granting the floor to First
Vice President Temistocles Diaz
during a debate of the new Elec
The walkout was led by the Vice
President's brother, Roberto, who
was quoted as saying, "Let's get
out of here. .viva Arnulfo Anas."
The Assembly voted yesterday to
fix the electoral quota for the for formation
mation formation of new electoral parties at
two and a half per cent of the
population (about 20,000 according
to the 1950 census).
ERNESTITO BELTS ONE Panama's President Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., officially gets the 1958 $10,000 Panama Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Open golf championship started by getting off a good
rfriup trnm Mo. l tee near the Panama Golf Club's clubhouse
yesterday. The President, who is competing as an amateur
By Paraiso Youths
The Canal Zone library-museum
is presenting an exnioii ot coior
graphs, maps, paintings, and post posters
ers posters prepared by students of Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso High School.
They illustrate geographical, e e-conomical,
conomical, e-conomical, social, political and
historical phases of the Republic
of Panama, and grew from discus
sion in the socio-economic pro problems
blems problems and civics classes of Miss
Colombia Delgado C.
These projects, which include
were planned as part of the
School's celebration of the 54th
anniversary of Panama's indepen independence.
dence. independence. After seeing the exhibit, Walter
Oliver, supervisor of Spanish, and
Edwards F. O'Connell, supervisor
of secondary in i-uction in Latin
American Schools, made arrange
ments for it to be displayed in the
museum so that many others
could see the work of the Paraiso
The display takes up the entire
right aisle of the museum in the
lobby of the Civil Affairs build building,
ing, building, where it may be seen until
the end of February.
and ws winner oi mis wnw.upen ones, m wm,
the layout for the first round in a threesome completed by
tine pre Osvaldo De Vicenzo ana amateur aanpy mnKie
Panama City students are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to hold a mass meeting to tonight
night tonight in Santa Ana Plaza, where
they plan to ask the government,
among other things, to expel the
Venezuelan Military Mission to
Work is scheduled to begin
Tuesday on a new aqueduct for
the suburban areas of Panama Ci
ty. first step is to be the installs
tion of 20-inch water main to pro
vide suburbs with a more ade
LONDON, Jan. 24 (UP)-Brit-ain's
biggest meat market was to totally
tally totally burned out after a fire fWk
roared uncontrolled under it for 24
hours burst upward into the build building
ing building early today.
The flames, fed by cattle pig
and chicken carcases, roared up
from a labyrinth of tunnels and
refrigerator storerooms beneath
the Smithfield meat market in the
heart of "London Town."
It quickly gained hold of the big
and usually teeming market build building
ing building and firemen feared it would
raze adjoining structures including
ancient St. Bart's Church and hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Chief fire officer F. Delve re reported
ported reported early today that the fire
was brought under control.
Homes In Norway
OSLO, Norway, Jan. 24 (UP)
The worst earthquake Norwa
has experienced since 1904, broke
window panes ana shook homes
The quake took place, at 1336
GMT and lasted ooly 45 seconds.
But it was severe and made it
self felt throughout-the country.
The Bergen Seismologies! Insti
tute judged that the quake center
was about 300 miles northwc'
Bergen on the floor of the Atlan
NY Central System
Out On Strike
SYRACUSE. N. Y.. Jan. 24
The New York Central system to
day announced its conductors
have gone on strike. A railroad
spokesman said it may tie up
from Buffalo to New York City.
A spokesman for the railroad in
New, York said the strike by the
conductors in the upstate area
would not affect suburban service
in the New York metropolitan
He said the conductors in New
York city were reporting ior work
and thus far there has been no
pickting' of Grand Central termi terminal
nal terminal or suburban area stations.
Over 100 Future Coco Solo Residents
Meet At School Form Civic Council
A group of over 100 future resi
dents of the new Panama i,anai
town of Coco Solo met yesterday
to form a civic council and elect
officers for the year.
Peter Foster was chosen to neaa
the new Coco SOlo Civic Council
during the three-hour lively meet,
ing held in the Cristobal High
One of the matters unaer dis
cussion yesteraay was me -year
clause in quarters' assign
ments whicn requires lenanis i
agree to renovate their residences
completely should they decide to
move out before two years are
The group unanimously pro protested
tested protested this clause, and prompt
action was promised the gather gathering
ing gathering by council officers.
Besides Foster, new officers
re; James truonneu, isi viws-
president; William Byrd, 2nd vice-
nresident: Sirs. rj. Bircnen umi-
3 1lH11l..m- mart
nrer; ano airs. m. wiuiia.
Edward "C. Blount, president of
the Gatun Civic Council served as
adviser to the group througnoui
the meeting.- He told the new
members that the liatun council
stood ready to offer any assistance
and advice they might need, and
welcomed the Coco Solo group to
the ranks of Canal zone civic
The council's new conatitutton
and by-laws, prepared oarKor by
several members was presented
by O'Donnell, and accepted as-
Out of 37 people listed on the
hallnr vesterdav. the 12 Who re
ceived the most votes were named
to two-year terms aS councilmen.
These were: P. W. Foster, J. O' O'Donnell,
Donnell, O'Donnell, William H. Egger, R. Mc Mc-Clean,
Clean, Mc-Clean, W. R. Byrd, R. B- Mcll Mcll-vaine,
vaine, Mcll-vaine, G. D. Stroop, F. L- Siur, J.
W. Urey, and Mrs. M. Williams,
Helen Gercich and E. Bircher
The following were chosen
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To Post In US
To Most Posts
CARACAS, Jan. 24' (Iff) A new cobintt rook con-
trol of this oil-rich South American nation today, to re restore
store restore order after three Weeks of riot and revolt in which
more thqn 200 persons were killed.
The predominantly military junta which overthrew
President Marcos Perez Jimenez yesterday and drove him
out of the country installed a cabinet whose only mili
tary member is the minister ot defense.
The city was quiet last night. The last violence re reported
ported reported here was a mob attack on the headquarters of the
hated secret police in which at least 40 persons were kill
ed and 150 wounded.
Many bodies were believed to be still in the wreck-
Judge, P. J. Brooks, A. L. Logan,
Karpinski, G. V. Kirkland, C.
Jr., E. W. Brandt, A, Bernstein
and D. Fernandez.
R. Stanley, W. H. Sparling. J
Weens, William Garner, Mrs. M
E. Stone, R. Wilfred, S. J. Guest
W. D. Redmond," R. S. Rios, R,
Aliie, J. Barrett, R. A. Orvis and
Mrs. R. Wilfred served as sec secretary
retary secretary for the meeting yesterday.
Before adjourning the meeting
at II p.m., president Foster an announced
nounced announced that the next open
meeting will be held early next
month, possibly in the same
He thanked Paul Beck, principal
of the high school, for permitting
the use of the auditorium, and
William Byrd for providing re refreshment
freshment refreshment last night.
In addition, Foster promiself the
members that the new council
would wofk hard to serve the com
munity and would fully cooperate
with other civic council on the
Many residents who cam out of
the meeting commented that al
though they were a little tired,
they were "glad they came
'I think a lot was accomplished
at this first meeting," one re remarked.
marked. remarked. "Looks to me like we have a
good working council,', another
Col. Victor B Hirshmaffli, who
for the past two years has been
chief dermatologist of the derma
tology clinic at Gorgas Hospital,
left this morning by plane for this
new post in the United States. He
was accompanied by his wife and
Hirschmann is being reassign
ed to Madigan Army Hospital m
Tacoma, Washington, where he
was stationed before he came to
me isinmus hi ioo.
During the past year Hirsch Hirschmann
mann Hirschmann has been in ill health.
age of the headquarters bui
In earlier clashes, at least 145
hpersons had been killed In Cara
An undetermined number of
others, believed to range into the
dozens, had been slain in prov-
A dispatch sent yesterday from
Maracalbo. Venezuela's "oil cap
Ital" told of a street demonstra
tion and a prison riot celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating the fall, of Perez.
More than 1000 prisoners ef
the Perez regime had been re released
leased released from Venezuela's politi
cal prisons tut their places
were beine; taken by prisoners
of the new regime.
At least 150 secret policemen
had already been taken Into cus custody.
tody. custody. Government sources said
the junta had ordered the arrest
of an' unspecified number of
army, navy and air force offi
cers who "collaborated" with Pe
Refugees were flocking back
to Venezuela to join in cele celebrations
brations celebrations of Peres' downfall ami
to find out what the country's
future prospects are.
The leaders Of three ma tor na
utical parties outlawed by Perea
numuio aetangnuwt of tha
The new junta, set un bv the
armed forces. Was made up orig originally
inally originally of five Mfkers frem the
three armed services.
Two civilians were added to its
Rear Adm. Wolfgang Larraza Larraza-bal.
bal. Larraza-bal. the junta chief, swore In the
new cabinet last night.
Peron Believed To Be In Hiding.
Waiting Chance to Flee Venezuela
CARACAS, Jan. 24 (UP) In Informed
formed Informed sources expressed belief
today that ousted Argentine ex ex-president
president ex-president Juan D. Peron is hiding
Begins In French
PARIS, JAN. m (UP) A decis
ive' debate starts today in the
French Assembly on the amended
text of the Algerian reform law.
for, Premier Felix Gaillardiwas set-
to drive for its quick final pas-
Black Hand Of Mafia Seen In Crushed 4-State Dope Ring
Jan. 24 (UP) ,lng in New York City, Long Is
Authorities said today they saw
the black hand of the Mafia be
hind the multimUlion dollar In International
ternational International narcotics ring crush crushed,
ed, crushed, yesterday with the arrest of
21 oersons in four states.
thirty-seven pounds of heroin
an J 54 pounds of opium valued
at more than seven million dol dollars
lars dollars were seized by Federal
agents who swept down on ring
members early yesterday morn-
land, Camden, N.J., phlldelphli
wasnington ana jrairiax, Va.
George Gaffney, head of the
Federal Narcotics Bureau's office
here, said Charles (Lucky) Luci Luciano,
ano, Luciano, reputed boss of the Mafia,
an international organization of
criminals, was the "guiding spir spirit"
it" spirit" in the narcotics rilig. Gaff Gaffney
ney Gaffney said Luciano was aided by
nis cmei lieutenants, many
them top US. mobsters.
Agents who raided the home
of two tailors at Eimont, N.Y.,
found stacks of correspond correspondence
ence correspondence from Luciano's headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Rome and Naples, in including
cluding including reports on shipments
and records of sales to drug
peddlers, Gaffney said.
U. S. Attorney Paul Williams
said the tailors' son, Ignazlo Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. 22. was the kev fitttre in
of the ring, close to Luciano and his
aides on the narcotics racket.
Mrs. M. Nunnely, D. Smith, G.jsage, But the deputies' already
H. Egger, Jr., J. E. Stearns, F.iwere disagreeing about that.
me uui, uriginauy aesingea iq
give rebellion-wracked Algerian a
measure of home rule and a more
iberal political framework has
been considerably altered by the
The more conservative upper
house, changed key details of the
text to give Algeria's French set
tiers a stronger position in the new
political framework the bill would
The danger facing Gaillard in
the coming assembly debate is
that once again his loose-knit ma majority
jority majority Trf Rightwingers and Social Socialists
ists Socialists stands a chance' of splitting
this time over the Senate amendments.
Te-nazio. who is beine held in
$100,000 ball the highest of
anv of those arrested was said
to have told federal agents that
he used his parents' nome as a
"cutting" factory for diluting the
raw heroin shipped to mm.
Bis father. Lorenzo. 57. was
held In $50,000 ball and his moth mother.
er. mother. Rosa, also 57. in $10,000 bail
set by Brooklyn Federal Court.
Both are tailors in a Long Beach,
N.Y., ciotning Riant.
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somewhere in Venezuela, waitiiif
his chance to slip away to one
of the island territories of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean probably the Dominican
Republic or a Dutch colony.
Official sources as well as mem members
bers members ef the local Peronist colony
discounted rumors that Peron has
fled to Colombia. They painted out
that he would be on more wel welcome
come welcome there than in Venezuela.
A government spokesmen deni
ed Washington reports that
new junta regime has ordered t!
arrest of the deposed Argentine
dictator, saying the "no decision'
Has been reached in his case.
The official spokesman indicat
ed, however, that Venezuela hopes
soon to resume diplomatic relax
tions with Argentine a step
which almost certainly would be
accompanied by an order to Pe
ron to get out of this country.
Argentine broke relations with
Venezuela some time ago, charg
ing that the now-ousted regime
of President Marcos Perez Jime Jimenez
nez Jimenez was allowing Argentina's chief
refugee to use Caracas as a bast.
for antuArgentine activities.
The prevailing belief here was
that Peron would either follow Pe.
rez to the Dominican Republic
or would flee to Curacao r Am-
ba the two Dutch islands that
lie just off the Venezuelan coast.
MEMBERS OF THE JANINE CHARRAT BALLET TROUPE on
arrival at Tociflnen airport are greeted by W, B. Mallor, chief
of the motion picture section of the Panama; canal Company.
This group -will perform tonight at the Balboa Theater.
Curtain time is o'clock.
The imposition of sentence wag
suspended today in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court for a 19-yeer-oid Pan
amanian girl, uraciela Martinez,
who was found guilty of stealing
two dresses worth $12 in Gamboa.
The defendant, who. was employ
ed as a domestic there, was also
placed on one year probation. The
dresses ware the property of Mrs,
Helen Smith, a neighbor.
For driving his station wagon en
Thatcher Highway yesterday vith
four people in the front, Francisco
Puuce, 24, Panamanian, was. fined
$10 today in court. He pleaded
guilty to the charge ef 'obstru'
tion to the driving mechanism."
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BEACH FOB FACIFIC-SIOTKS
w, oh boy, now old "SersMjt" m a CTer
drafted into this mase oi contusion i wiuub
fi vears whuTwlM to school. Believe me, there's no better
plkcey tWoy onfs Swimming than in a cool, clear ocean inch
" "it Kd b attle or no trouble for the Canal Zone govern government
ment government to set up a small but adequate beach ltiondrea. The
funds required would be negligible compared to xamounts al already
ready already being spent on other recreational activities. Alter all. the
beaches and the ocean are already installed. ,.tinr
As far as "Sergeant's" six incoherent points of instruction
are concerned, he might as well have saved his breath. He ask asked
ed asked for the miserable Army life he's now leading. As long as- he
cUres to avoid the responsibilities of civilian life by staylne in
the Army, he may be my guest. The mre men like him there
are, the fewer guys like me will have to be drafted.
I didnft like 'Sergeants" snide reference to a Negro NCO.
Xets face it, the Army has many faults but thank goodness
racial segregation h not one of them. Sure I've seen many poor
Negro soldiers, but I've seen just as many poor white ones. If
a Negro makes the grade of NC0-4n-charge, he must have more
on the ball than the men. under him, such as '8ergeant."
I would like to add my bit to this Amador Beach situa situation.
tion. situation. This sergeant (Mail Box, Jan. 16) who had the brass to
tell 1 elvnians to join the Army or go back te-the States should
dvUians need relaxation as we exhaust ouiselvw by
working hard all day and playing bingo all night. The beaca
Kd be turned over to ul Then the soldiers and their de dependents
pendents dependents can go over to Kobbe beach for a
The beautiful Amador golf course should be open to civi civilians,
lians, civilians, or should be turned over to civilians, as the Army has
aTourse at Ft. Clayton. After all, we civilians run the Canal,
and we were here before the Army.
The NCO CIud at Albrook should be a civilian club, as the
airmen have some, large hangars they could use for theL- club.
If we can't get the entire club we should at least be able to
use it for three sets of bingo each week-say Tuesdays, Wed Wednesdays
nesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 am to 2:30 am for a late bingo
to follow the early sessions. HopefBi
1 np r an&iiVt tyrant vw '' w m
particular, is not living up to Treaty pledges. Panama has graci graciously
ously graciously asked to have her loyal citizens spend their earnings in
vhe republic to help the economy.
Why then are all the Panamanian families-quartered on
Tavernilla Street and Williamson Place, Balboa? They belong in
Panama to spend their money.
Panamanian Money to the Republic.
ONE MAID'S DAT
I am a housewife. I pay $89 per month for the following:
1. My rfMd is due at 8:00 a.m. each day arrives at 8:45
9- f. pack on her bacK.
then eats brVakf aat
ft CnlMets child's wa.h and
tlian noon. Uses double amount of soap.
4. Next, flips rugs over front bannister to fade all after afternoon
noon afternoon in the sun.
5. Pack on back she brought with her turns out to be my
maid's family wash which is done at this time double amount
fl. Siesta time.
7. Radio on for ironing. ; ; (
8. Brines rugs in and goes home leaving ironing undone ana
c'othes still on the line. 0
No Use Looking Further.
"Shaw Timer" (Mail Box,
the idea that Panamanians may be winning or iKing ow
the Panama Canal. This of course gave "Shaw Timer no right
mnmar- of the Kirirhendi. 4s he termed us. in the way he did.
Not only did he impugn our efficiency, but also our morals. I
draw some solace from the high post-Sputnik esteem in which
Eggheads are now hold Stateside, regardless of "Shaw Timer's
use of the term. .
Though most of us Eggheads have not seen actual cpm cpm-bat,
bat, cpm-bat, "Shaw Timer" should be informed that we have done our
part In factories, on Armed Forces posts, ih hospitals and in
other important positions. We have never been accused as spies,
iohnliif nr reneenrinx
Lest "Shaw Timer'' forget, it
to help manufacture the material ngniing men wa cm ww
Tt. mav Alan anrnrise. "Shaw Timer" to know that we Patrio
tic Eggheads of Panama are a humble and Christian people.
The'r.e dees exist among us, unfortunately, a group of bigoted
Imbeciles. The deeds of this group should at no time and in
no way be taken as symbolic of
moHa iin nf wnif ; mhnae lnva of
a state of unrest among us, and
friendly relations with neighboring countries.
Some students and other short-siehted persons who are
being used from time to time
these self-seekers are not really reuemeus at neart. j-neyre ws
innocent to realize they're being used.
The majority of us Panamanians are veiy much grateful
to all peoples, and particularly to the North American who
have always been so ready and willing to give, us their humane
assistance in our times of disaster.
This is not to say that the recent treaty negotiations be between
tween between Panama and the United States were properly handled.
The supposedly intelligent but narrow-minded group who rep
resented Panama did not ensure that my nation as a whole
was benefited. As a result we endure without pleasure the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances which surround us today, and find ourselves a targ target
et target for all sorts of insults and sarcasm.
We patriotic Panamanians know that it never has been the
Idea of any sound-thinking Panamanian to provoke anything
jeaamg 10 seizure oi tne canai by Panama, we know mat any
such seizure would not only be absurd, but would be a selfish
and unpatriotic venture. v
Selfish in that we as a nation could not maintain the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, let alone operate this great wonder of the world.
Unpatriotic because of the destitute circumstances in whieh
we should find ourselves were we ever te attempt such a task.
Unpatriotic again because if through some mlrgele wl
ahould obtain fuil control of the Canal we could never hed
if foreign aggressors in time of war,
Most of us Panamanians do net really fathom the system
under which we re presently living. Beeause of our failure te
fathom Jt, we fall prey to the avaricious few. Whenever there
la a harvest, we as a people never reap the good crops.
Admittedly some patriotic Eggheads are on occasion cenned
Into doing the dirty work. Our reward is always the same
promises that never materialize, jerry-built housing, starvation
wages, an .over-rising cost of living, taxation without adequate
I hepe this may help "Shaw Timer" set that all Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians are not like those he may think are our spokesmen. In
way we are an oppressed people, but we are friendly, law law-abiding,
abiding, law-abiding, humble, and serene In character.
I hope that "Shaw Timer" and others like him will come
to know us as we are, and not be deceived by a group of cynics
on either side of the Fourth of July Avenue. Then, instead of
being op the receiving end of sarcastic and noxious assertions,
we may bec6me recognized as a truly fine nation Whose people
know peace and Joy.
anH the hoilltnff division in
anything in the house she de
has on the line bv no earlier
Jan. 17) was much disturbed at
takes brains as well as brawn
Panamanians, rne group u
nnwer and wealth has Created
who are now impairing our
to carry out the dirty work of
By VICTOR RIISIL
There was many a slip be
tween toe steax and the up at
tie Mafia's Grand Council barbe barbecue
cue barbecue in Apalachin, N. Y. Apparent Apparently
ly Apparently the councillors kept notes on
these slips add one of these
pieces of paper fluttered Irom the
pockets of 4 fleeing grandee as
he plunged through the woods, alt
er a truckj-anving fishmonger ar
rived wtui word mat tne police
would Soon surround the mansion
snd its 15-car garage.
The slip said "Parlado." Rough
ly, this means "aiready discus discus-aeJ."
aeJ." discus-aeJ." i'here lollowea two items.
One referred tersely to Havana
gambling. The other was Joe
(Socks) Lanza's name. He's tne
euow, now seeking parole form
prison, who controls Mew York
ush market, tne world s greatest.
This slip of paper is in the
hands of new Yor Mate authori authorities
ties authorities who believe that among the
items that soon would have been
auaed to the "already oiscussea"
sgenoa was labor racxeteering on
projects costing hundreds of mil millions
lions millions of dollars.
The figure could reach a bil billion.
lion. billion. These vast sums are financ financing
ing financing construction projects affecting
much of the northern U. S. over
a stretch Which would take any
old Sputnik some 10 minutes to
traverse. I refer to dams, tunnels
aqueducts, military airports, com complex
plex complex new roads systems and the
St. Lawrence Seaway whieh will
create a seaiane fom northern
Europe to Minnesota on the Great
Lakes. This latter project alone
will be launched with construction
blueprints calling for the expen expenditure
diture expenditure of over $100,000,900.
Out of these funds will come
vast amounts of wages of tens of
thousands of men reaching from
northern New York right across
the lakes. The projects are just
the type which the labor section
of the Mafia Grand Council would
scarcely overlook. These boys do
what comes naturally, it was sus-
Dected bv New York State Com
missioner of Investigations Arthur
Though small staffed. Commis
sioner Heuter has discovered that
a network has been operating in
the areas around tne projects
whieh will bring New York City
cascading new water supplies and
around the construction of military
airfields. It has been learned that
Commissioner Reuter now is prob probing
ing probing a network within-the net network
work network Which has been moving in
on the northern New York coun counties.
ties. counties. There the big work will begin
on the St. Lawrence Seaway with
the hiring of 10,000 men. The Com Commissioner's
missioner's Commissioner's probers believe they
have evidence of muscling and
terror by those protected by the
Mafia Grand couneu which met
The Grand Council's plans at
Apalaching included the discussion
of the vast "take" which would
come from boom town 'conditions
created by, throwing together 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 new construction workers. The
many agencies probing the crime
convention believe that earlier pro projects,
jects, projects, such as the building of dams
snd tunnels for water suddIv were
discussed at other Mafia meetings.
These were held in a Bingham Bingham-ton,
ton, Bingham-ton, N. Y. hotel each year since
The sessiones were observed.
Whether they were tapped or bug bugged
ged bugged by electronic listening devices
only the agencies know and
they're net talking. What is knwon
is that the State Police, the FBI
and various Treasury Dept. units
hsve been in on the probe for Se Several
veral Several years.
There have been protests to the
authorities since IMS. Outcries
came from regional AFL leaders,
especially in tne electrical trades.
and rank and file members in the
Hod-Carriers and Common Laker
erg Union. More recently there has
been mob oressure on the uo
state Hed-Carriers by men linked
with the eld Opferating Engineers
crime cabal wiych once shock
down contractors for mere than
What has alerted authorities
now, includmg the office of New
York's Investigations Co.mission Co.mission-er
er Co.mission-er Reuter, is word that the Ma Mafia
fia Mafia CmnH Council had the St. Law-
nnM Sobivbv nn )t a ferula The
sudden hiring of 10,000 new men
means a tremendous mtiux m uny
nniona in unlet lirrle tnnvni
The practice, as has been the
case in the building of giant ato atomic
mic atomic energy plants in areas whieh
AVI 04 hoard nnlv the whiTrine of
a lone buzz saw, is net te give
these thousands of new woracrs
lurminiial r arris in the union.
M L j.:i u U. .t
iney uauy ww onouja
. I ... A
a doner a uirow. ou uiey yj
full dint Thev nav into the Ben-
-n r v
inn and welfare fundi. Even if
such funds sre net iemra or mis
handled, the commissions sn
niano them with insurance com
panies 'are enourmous, The pet'
SlBUlues wner iwuij mi iui
from vice sre as obvious as a
'-v f--' . v-
Tne peys eevw ovnsw a
and tne prnoers area i vjiwo-
ing a lead-
4 Million Chinese
Escape From Reds
TAIPEI, Formosa, Jsa. 24 (UP)
-Nearly 4,000,000 Chinese have
fled China since the Communists
took over eight years ago, the Free
China Relief Association said to today.
day. today. The semi government agency
said mere Man half of these now
were living in me nnusn coiony oi
Hong Kong on the China coast.
Once or twice a year, before
I am an mcuranie senummui,
I am apt te dash off a Utile gem
i 1. i 1 rM i .1-4
aonui air uravei. um, unu jvu,
is net a bitter piece because I
a m. a. X S
once nao 10 taxe a taxi w mm-
ana rrom usdod, renuiai, inn
beeause I am really in love wtith
the iroa mras.
I love them, basically, as prone
to fault as they are, bieause they
have added a reat deal of ex extra
tra extra time to my span and, as I
crowd the two- and- one- half-mil
lion-mile mark, have act yet bit bitten
ten bitten me fatally.
And every time I hear the feed
bass voice of the head pilot com
ing on loud and clear, te tell you
what's coing on up mere, I like
to think I had something to ee
with the publle aaaress synem
.-4 ttu nthar nlSA Alfl U-
iur turn r ,.
until tney neciaeo m iw um ur-
i Iti An tha apt MHt
lew (iMwa JZ
ceming weather, wind and time
elapsed ana expewea.
Tvi. nr last enmes 10
mind as result of the Ditcher, Don
Newcombe, getting himself hyp
notized a wnue pacx 10 cure mm-
..if ( oi aivnlana travel.
Form the yeUowed periodieab I
have just got around to reading,
due to Christmas festivity, it
seem Big Newk collected the
famous every time ne inougm
about the wild blue upstairs, and
.v..,, n aloa n KaajtMIl
-like they all say before they
sign mat cataract uwu B nyp-
nni- tiunV ahnlt and scared him
out of being scared.
This now eomes as a pumic
bofvIm and vmi do not need te
pay any fees te hypnotists or
psycniatrisis. me way yu uy u
over the world in planes is as
First you buy a sheuMer feet,
like e great big lady's packet packet-b4c.
b4c. packet-b4c. Yen place within e eeople
f fifths ef whatever benevel benevel-eat
eat benevel-eat beverage yeu prefer end a
carten ef yeur feverite brand ef
debatable benefit t. the lungs.
A pocket beek or two by Mic-
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OUSTOeUL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
The Way To Fly
By BOB RUARK
key Spillene Is standard equip equipment,
ment, equipment, unless they ere eut ef
ran and can furnish Era Era-Caldwell.
Caldwell. Era-Caldwell. A new novel ef
anybody who sells fer a trade
price ef S.fB end up is manda mandatary.
tary. mandatary. I would suggest as extras i
couple of candy bars, some match
as of leaat hM neucrtanrc Time
Life, and Newsweek, and your
shaving kit. Internationally, I
find that a clean shirt occupies
little room and may make you
into a passable humar being On
the otttor ana of the nignt.
Now if yeu art a man, you case
the joint carefully for the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest girl who is going your way,
with the next prettiest girl as a
saver. If you are a girl, look for
the handsome fellow with the
mustache and the shoulder baa.
Follow closely on, and as- soon
as one of the other settles, sweep
down op the spare seat.
The way they overwerk I the
Thieves Pull Job
But It Backfired
NEW YORK, Jan. 24 (UP)-A
band of thieves pulled a job today
that turned into a comedy of
errors with the last laugh on them.
Hijackers stole a trailer, track
loaded with $22,000 worth of green
coffee from one garage and drove
te another to unload their booty.
They apparently did not realize
that when the two-ton load of
beans was removed, the trailer's
spring would rise, and so would
the truck body.
Well, the body rose, all right.
making the truck higher than the
Sarage eoor. wnen ine inieves
ied to drive out of the garage,
they took the whole front wall
Residents of the neighborhood
heard the roar and called police.
By the time police arrived, the hi
jackers were gone, but the truck
and coffee had been left behind.
stewards and stewardess, a gentle
man whrt ran nffor vmi tha nan
ers, a news magazine, a slug from
a bottle of Old Whatever, and a
leg shave, if necessary, is not to
be spurned, especially if he can
turn on a fascinating bunch of
lies to keep you amused.
Yeu must never think of a
fliffht in farms nf milaa nr tlma
because the time runs short one
way and long the other. You must
uunx or u in terms ot wnat you
Sample: For me; Barcelona,
Snain. to New Vnrlr ic a onnA
dinner in Barcelona, a couple of
wwra oi sometning in Lisbon, and
a nignt s sleep, with breakfast in
New York. Nairobi, in East Afri Africa,
ca, Africa, to Barcelona, is lunch in
Nairobi, an orange crush in Khar Khartoum,
toum, Khartoum, break.'ast in Rome and
lunch in Barcelona Prnra lnnab
to lunch is not a veryprotracted
nftfkA' it ...... 1. ai j s i
ntuw u yvu nave U1U UOCIOT
Ruark's haady-dandy overnight
Unless you are tracking down
me viciucbi jjin, or ooy. as men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, always get on last. This
gives you the pick of the least
loathsome as s seatmate, and
'im as gets on last gets off first.
Finally, if possible, always check
on the pilot. If he is gray or
bald, relax. There are bold pilots
and o'd pilots, but there are no
old, bold pilots. If you will bear
these tenets firmly in mind, you
will net have to hire a hypnotist.
NOW IN STOCK
Choice in Colors
WASHINGTON SpeaKer 8am
Ray burn, who made a special
plea to the House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives for a quarter of a mil million
lion million dollars to investigate the
Federal Communications Com Commission
mission Commission plus other regulatory
agencies, has now given his of-
Lficial OK to a whitewash.
When ,uje Rayburn created
Committee unearthed mink mink-coatlsm
coatlsm mink-coatlsm inside the FCC, of
which Rayburn's nephew, Bob
Bartley, is a commissioner, Mr.
Sam agreed that the probe
should be. diverted to other
However, his column has
done some probing of 'ts own
and here are 'some of the a Der
ations which Mr. Sam doesnti
One involves FCC chairman
John Doerfer, Republican of!
vyisconsm, who took his wife
on a cross-country trip to
Oklahoma City in 195a, then to
Spokane, Wash., then back et
The first leg of the trip was
paid for by Oklahoma City's
To cover expenses on the
balance of the trip, th Nation National
al National Association of Radio and
Television Rroadratwrs handed
Doerrer presides over an a a-gency
gency a-gency supposed to be impartial
and Judicial In deelritno who
shall receive radio and TV M-
ceiues worth millions, and
whether these licenses shall he
He is not aunnoaad in heenme
obligated to any one TV owner j
ur Mswiiiuuu uj owners, uny
more than a Federal judge
snotna taice expense money
from a litigant before his court.
TAXPAYERS HAD TO PAY
Doerfer not only did this, but
he went further.
He compounded tha impro impropriety
priety impropriety by turning round and
charging the taxpayers for his
own travel from Oklahoma
City to Spokane, then from
Spokane to Washington, D.C.
On top of this, he turned in
vouchers to the government for
si2 per diem- expense money
Edgar Bell, manager of KWTC
In Oklahoma City, was asked
by this column how much
chairman Doerfer was paid to
come to Oklahoma City.
"I Will tell you the same
thing I told the Congressional
committee," he replied. "This, is
none of your business."
"You mean you don't con consider
sider consider it any of Congress's busi business,
ness, business, that Doerfer was cheating
"I wouldn't even give Dun
and Bradstreet the informa information,"
tion," information," he said. "I consider it a
matter between the station and
Pressed further, Bell declared'
Irritably: I don't want to
argue with you over the
When Doerfer was called for
comment, he avoided the call
On a second call, his secretary!
was xoid wnat the inquiry en entailed
tailed entailed and was asked whether
the chairman wished to give
any expianawun. ine secretary
made it clear the FCC chair
man did not wish to comment.
This is the conduct of the
chairman of one of the most
important agencies in Wash
ington, winch Speaker Sam
Rayburn agreed to fgnore de despite
spite despite the fact that he urged
Congress to appropriate $250,030
for an investigation.
SENATOR RUSSELL SHOULD
Sen. Dick Russell of Georgia,
who last week celebrated his
SSr.Vi nnniversarv In thu danata
"... v J W.AV 1 1U H
said he was "shocked" and
"outraged" that hts franked
envelAOes containing anti-fia-
mltic literature got into the
nanus oi wnue Citizens coun councils
cils councils through the Committee for
r This sounds a little naive on
tne part of the distinguished
gentleman from Georgia, who
Is One ef tha am a rt act mam.
bers of the Senate.
The Committee for Constitu
CERVECERU NACIONAL, S. A.
(National Brewery lac.)
We wish to remind you that the regular
General Assembly of Stockholders will be
held in our New Plant in Pasadena, Trans
isthmian Highway, on Monday, January 27,
1958, at 7 p.m4
In accordance with the By-Laws of our
Company this meeting can not be held un
less 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 PROX-IES
IES PROX-IES in due time to Apartado 536, Panama
tional Government has been
11 l i 1 . .M U
wen puoucizeo ana ne snoua
automatically know that it has
been run by ex-convict Dr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Riimalv iallad aa an
agent of Kaiser Wilheim dur
ing worm war i.
Russell should also know that
the Committee for Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional Government la tha moat
notorious waster of the tax
payers' money in Washington
in using the free mailing privi privileges
leges privileges of Congressmen.
On one occasion congressman
Ralph Gwinn, New York Re Republican,
publican, Republican, mailed out 900,000
fetters for the committee con con-tflininc
tflininc con-tflininc 5 Qfin nnn miuiphai n--
O '"'iv-'v 'viiv.i vvOf
irig the taxpayers $31,000.
in week Russell pled igno ignorance,
rance, ignorance, blamed his aaai&tan- fnv
loaning his franked envelopes
iu une uommiitee ior constitu constitutional
tional constitutional Government.
This explanation is "also
naive, because the senator had
had pleasant relations with the
committee -in the past. Here is
a 1S50 letter written by Homer
podge, Washington represen representative
tative representative Nof Dr. Rumely, regarding
a tallt with Russell:
"Sen. Russell was very cor cordial
dial cordial and will frank he Rich Rich-berg
berg Rich-berg statement if necessary. He
would rather not, as he is up
for election this year. He re referred
ferred referred me to gen: Eastland
(Mississinni) Ran nv...i tira
SUTnriJed me hv lavlnrr than la
a law against sending franked
cuvwupe s out of Washington
and he will not disregard it
This law la nlta .la.. .-J
nt m 1 !- u IJU
Russeu, an excellent lawyer as
u w maiter, must have
known about it
This column has published It
several times39 U.S. Code Sec.
335 and 18 U.S. Code Sec. 1M
WhfCh state that .- :I
-a '"no tan-
not "lend said frank or permit
ts use by any committee, or-
Rwuzmiun or association."
Sec. 1719 further provides a
fine of $300 for "ar'vone who
Kon." wlthout "thr-
Chicks In Melee
MILAN, Italy,- Jan. 24 ,UP)
MiUc, gasoline and chickens make
a stragge mixture but it happened
Sht. to ne,rby inss
A esr sideswioed a
The milk u T
T1? c,ns ro out
chekens" ""ng .0u0
About 2,000 chicken were killed
and tra flc was blocked for two
2?" iWMe ?liM r"del P the
other 4,000. The truck drivers suf suffered
fered suffered only slight injuries.
WOFFIR YOU OUR
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2. Each row of Boats will have no more than 14 chairs,
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3. The most modern sound equipment
4. Tho stairway to tho balconies is totally new and more comfortable.
5. The lighting tystom Will be completely new and, modern.
6. The floors will bo carpeted with a special material to avoid noises.
7. Th seating arrangement will bo made, so as not
to disturb visibility.
8. Tho distance between the first row of chairs and
the screen will now bo 20 Meters, whereas
forrhoriy it was only 10 Motors.
9. The most comfortable chairs that exist at present!
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10. The newest and most modern proyection equipment.
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Who Cared For White Children
(Defense Department photo from NEA Telephoto)
SIGHTS SUB, SINKS SAME Leaving Its iauncner, the Navy's latest acoustic-homing tor torpedo
pedo torpedo the MK 32, begins its relentless and unerring search for its target. With its hominj
devices, the torpedo is able to track down and .sink any type submarine. '
3 Quoth the
5 Arrow poison
7 High priest
franc is money
11 Valentine boy
4 Indian money
26 Love god
27 Race course
32 Short jacket
38 Wild ass
36 Drink made
37 Bird's home
' 3 Huge
42 More secure
49 Rite above
! 93 Formerly
i 54 Negative word
3 5 Amounts (ab.)
M 56 Dregs
1 67 Observe
! 1 Auction
' .2 Always
Substantial Unemployment Hits
Third Of US, Labor Dept. Reveals
WSAHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) -The
Labor Department todaydes
ignated nearly one-third of the
.nltion's major industrial centers
f ttmiHctantial" linpiTI.1
Such "surplus labor" labels are
givkn to areas with more than 6
per cent of their worker force
idle. They now apply to 45 of the
149 major areas covered by the
There were 24 areas on the
!"lahor surplus" list in November
gnd 19 in January, 1967.
Such areas are eligible for spe special
cial special consideration in the award of
, Highest Since 1W
i The department's Bureau ofr
Employment Security reported
that joblessness increased some somewhat
what somewhat in almost all of the nation's
"principal industrial centers. In
some places, it reached the high highest
est highest levei since the 1949 and 1953
Among the 21 areas added to
Jthe 6 per cent unemployment list
4n the past two months were
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, St.
"Louis, Newark, N. J., Louisville,
Ky Kansas City, Mo. and Port Portland
land Portland Ore.
Trie Labor Department sard
there was a slim chance that ris rising
ing rising unemployment might taper off
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vlth Dane Clark
27 Government 42 Greek porch
representatives 43 Flowering
28 War god plant
29 Harbor 44 Rapid 5
31 Givers 4ti Noun suffix
33 Washed 47 Cry of
38 Calm bacchanals
40 Nicks 48 Grade
41 Burdens 50 Mountain pass
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slightly by mid-March. It said
many employers indicated they
would hire a few more workers
but that '(uncertain ty" was wide
Some Pickup Predicted
The aircraft, auto and electrical
machinery industries expected
further layoffs in the months
ahead. Some job pickup was pre
dieted for the construction, appar-
ei, cnemicai ana some macninery
In issuing the report, the depart
ment said that two-thirds of the
areas on the surplus list had no
more than "modqrate unemploy
ment. It said many job totals
were at or near record highs.
The bureau said recent rising
unemployment stemmed primarily
from cutbacks in the key auto
aircraft, machinery, and metals
"Factory payrolls were .still de declining
clining declining in most areas as Ithe new
year opened," the report said.
Unemployment To Increase
overall unemployment now
stands at nearly four million and
some labor exoerts predict the
total will reach five million or
more before the current business
decline hits bottom.
Other areas placed on the sub
stantia! labor surplus list were
Bridgeport and MJaterbury, Conn.;
South Bend, Ind.; New Bedford,
Mass.; Battle Creek, Mich.;' Pat Pat-erson
erson Pat-erson and Trenton, N. J.; Utica Utica-Rome,
Rome, Utica-Rome, N. Y.; Canton, Ohio;
Lorain-Elyria and Younestown.
Ohio; Huntingtqn, W. Va., Wheel
ing, w. va., ana ttacine, wis.
Muskegon, Mich., and Erie, i.
were listed among areas with 9
to 12 per cent unemployment.
Seventeen areas, including Chi
cago, Boston, (Baltimore. Milwau
kee, Cleveland and Indianapolis,
were labeled areas of moderate
labor surplus because of rising un unemployment
employment unemployment Others in this g r'o u p i n g
were New Haven and Stamford Stamford-Norwalk,
Norwalk, Stamford-Norwalk, Conn.; Atlanta, Ga.; Jo Jo-liet
liet Jo-liet and Rockford, 111.; Bingham Bingham-ton
ton Bingham-ton and Rochester, N. Y.;
Allentown Bethlehem, Ga. Norfolk-Portsmouth
and Roanoke, Va.
and Madison, Wis.
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By DONALD S. ROCKWELL
For the novelty of it, how would
you like to dine in a cavern?.
The Grotto at 224 West 46th St.
provides that unique opportunity.
From the well stocked bar, your
obliging hostess Mrs. Bazzini, or
one Of her courteous staff, will
guide you through the dimly-lighted,
tunnel like passageway to the
surprisingly realistic marine grot grotto
to grotto complete with shells.
In this unusual atmosphere you
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ment assortment of well prepared Italian and
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Take the plot of O'Neill's "Anna
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"Sunshine Girl," "Look At 'Ers
and 'Did You Close Your Eyes?'
Result: the bubbling musical cock cocktail
tail cocktail "New Girl In Town" now be being
ing being lapped up on Broadway at the
46th Street Theater.
With a background of 30 years
in the restaurant busuiness, P. J.
Moriarty has imbued his three eat eating
ing eating establishments with the spirit
of his own warm hearted, genial
In his popular chop house at
Sixth Avenue and 2nd SStreet near
Radio City, he has created a nos nostalgic
talgic nostalgic atmosphere in an old-time
setting for the home-cooked type
of food 'like Mother used to make :
boiled beef, short ribs, old-fashion
ed chicken fricassee, pig s knuck
les. Here even humble hash-corn
beef or roast beef is glorified as
a tasty dish.
Moriarty maintains personal con contact
tact contact with his steady patrons melt
and women executives in business,
radio, television; well known fig figures
ures figures in the sports world and sports
writers. His friendly greeting goes
well with the old fashioned bar,
mints and engravings of bygone
days, the semi privacy of the
comfortatve booths, the relaxed
feeling of leisurely dining.
Crowning touch for a perfect
meal: Irish coffee, a nectar -Jike
kraur anrvoA in a small ffnhlet In a
tableside ritual that starts over
which is poured the steaming cof coffee,
fee, coffee, topped by whipped cream skil skilfully
fully skilfully floated so it does not mix with
the hot liquid. Sipped through the
cream, the laced coffee ts cooled.
Moriarty'i second establishment
is near Pennsylvania Station; his
restaurant on the East Side is be being
ing being moved to 1034 Third Avenue at
West German Cops
Seek 2 Americans
On Bad Check Rap
FRANKFURT, Germany, Jan, 24
(UP) West German police said to
day they had issued a country
wide alert for two American men
wanted for questioning on suspic suspicion
ion suspicion of passing bad checks and
Police identilied the men as
Reginald Talbot, 17, of Detroit,
and Donald Harold Roberts, 18, of
They said the men also use a
number of aliases and warned
banks and hotels they might at
tempt toasli cnecks "which can
be assumes to be false."
Police said the two men left
Copenhagen recently for Hamburg
and were believed to have con
tinued on to other West German
15c. i ...
GREENVILLE, S C., Jan. 24
(UP) A South Carolina judge
today ordered prison terms lor
four white men found guilty of
flogging a Negro farmer because
lie was caring for white chil children
dren children of a neighbor family.
Circuit Judge J. M. braiisford
sentenced Andrew M. Rochester,
30, to six years in prison; Wade
Henry Howard, 24, to three years,
and Jack Bentley, 29, and Robert
Waldrop to one year each.
Rochester, an admitted former
official in the Ku Klux Klan, and
Howard were convicted of con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to llog Claud Cruell and
also of assauit and battery of a
high and aggravated nature. Bent Bent-ley
ley Bent-ley and Waldrop were convicted
only of the conspiracy charge.
An all-white jury deliberated
four hours last night before con convicting
victing convicting the four. Maximum sent sentence
ence sentence on each count was 10 years.
Rochester and Howard could have
drawn 20 years each.
The jury acquitted two of the
original 11 defendants, and Brails Brails-ford
ford Brails-ford granted a de ense motion for
directed verdicts of innocence for
five others due to lack of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Cruell told the jury that about
15 white men broke into his home
last July and beat him. He said
they then took his wife some di distance
stance distance away and left her to walk
Cruell testified he was caring
for the children of Mrs. Sherwood
Turner because their father had
gone to visit his wife who was in
In another South Carolina dev development,
elopment, development, lour Negro students tri tried
ed tried to enroll at the state universi university
ty university the fourth time in a week
such an incident has occurred.
The Negroes, who would identi identify
fy identify themseives only as "students,"
entered the school's Testing and
Counseling Bureau, and one who
was acting as spokesman said:
"We are seeking admission here
.to the University of South Caroli Carolina."
na." Carolina." "I have nothing to say to you,"
answered bureau director W. C.
He repeated the statement when
the spokesman asked for admis admission
sion admission blanks and four walked out.
Last week Negro students from
Allen University, which along with
the state university is located in
Columbia, tried on three occa occasions
sions occasions to enroll in the w.'.ite col college.
lege. college. The students today' were
thought to be from Benedict Col College,
lege, College, located near Allen.
And'in Marion, S.C., Klan grand
wizard James W. Catfish Cole sur surrendered
rendered surrendered to officers on a charge
of inciting a riot involving klans klans-men
men klans-men and Indians last weekend at
Cole said he would fight extra extradition.
dition. extradition. Elsewhere:
A circuit judge In Tuskegee,
Ala., began considering a request
for permanent injunction against
the Tuskegee Civic Assn., accused
of staging an illegal boycott a-
BALBOA TbnlfM On Stag
"THE JAM.NK CIIARRAT
BALLET OF FRANCE"
Curtain 8:00 p.m.
PImm Com Early for Sealing.
"HELLCATS OF THE NAVY"
Owl Show 10:3
"Man with My rat"
"THE WRONG MAN"
MARGARITA :15, 8:10
0:15 A 7:50
Owl Show 10:30
PARAISO 0:15 A S.'l
"THE MONTE CARLO STORY"
Owl Show 10:30
Ticket! for CARMEN
CAVAI.LARO with be on sale
tonight: Get them NOW!
"JAfi $anlns ChaJUiai lkt"
gainst white merchants following
disfranchisement of most Negro
voters in the city.
Three of live Virginia laws aim aimed
ed aimed at the NAACP have been struck
down by a Federat court panel.
Meanwhile a state legislator pro proposed
posed proposed a measure calling for a
sweeping investigation of racial
activities in the state.
The school board of Nashville,
Tenn., has asked dismissal of a
suit asking integration of the city
schools, and a hearing on the mo motion
tion motion is set next Tuesday.
Firt grades already are inte integrated
grated integrated in Nashville, and the board
has submitted for Federal court
approval a plan which would set
up three types of schools: Inte Integrated,
grated, Integrated, all-white and all-Negro.
Service To Midwest
Set For Feb. 6
Improved air service from Pa Panama
nama Panama to the mirlwrsfern II S will
be started by Braniff Airway Feb.
t wnen tne amine inaugurates new
non-stop Havana Houston llights.
Robert Hatch, manager for Pana Panama
ma Panama announced today.
Two round-trip DC- flights with
combination tourist and first class
service will be operated between
Dallas, Houston, Havana, Panama
City and Lima, Peru. On6 flight,
stopping at Guayaquil, Ecuador,
will continue to La Paz. Rnlivia-
Asuncion, Paraguay; and Buenos
Aires, Argentina. The other will
continue to Sao Paulo and Rio de
The flights will leave Texas on
Monday and Wednesday North Northbound,
bound, Northbound, thev will Ifeave Rrniil nn
Friday and Argentina on Sunday.
ny an miercnange service with
Eastern Air Lines, Braniff will con-
limit t(l (v thrmiirh erhMnlae 1..
Washington and New York via the
raiami gateway witn six round
trins weeklv between T.afin A mpr.
iea and the U.S.
The faster schedules from La Latin
tin Latin America to Texas will reduce
flying time between Havana and
Houston two hours and 25 min minutes
utes minutes from the former flights which
operated through the Miami, Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, gateway.
At Dallas, connections will be
made at the new 12 and a half
million dollar terminal which will
officially opeq Jan. 20.
Showman Mike Todd,
Wife Liz Enplane For
PARIS, Jan. 24 (UP) Million
aire showman Mike Todd and his
movie actress wife Elizabeth Tay Taylor
lor Taylor suddenly turned publicity shy
today and hurried aboard the iron iron-curtain
curtain iron-curtain bound commercial airlin airliner
er airliner with only a quick wave to news newsmen
men newsmen and photographers.
The Toods took off in perfect
flying weather aboard an Air
France flight for Prague. They
will stop briefly in the Czechoslo Czechoslovak
vak Czechoslovak capital and then will transfer
to a Russian TU-104 jet airliner for
the trip to Moscow.
They are scheduled to arrive in
thq Soviet capital at 8 p.m.
The couple will spend about a
week behind the Iron Curtain on
a business and sightseeing expe expedition
dition expedition to Moscciw, Warsaw and
possibly other East European ci cities
ties cities as well.
Breaks In Two
On Finnish Sandbar
HELSKINKI, Finland, Jan. 24 -(UP)
The 3,000-ton German
freighter Rhein broke in two this
morning when it went aground on
a sandbar near the Island of Ut6e,
120 miles southwest of Helsinki, in
a blinding snow storm, marine ra radio
dio radio reported.
First reports said two members
of the crew were still clinging to
the aft Section nf the fraiohtar
Nineteen other members of the 21-
man crew who toOk to life boats
were picked up by salvage ves vessels
sels vessels that sped to the roseue
The two marooned crew mem
bers were ..not believed to be in
The accident ocenrrerl sis fh
Rhein, on a irun from Luebeck,
Germany, to Turku, Finland, lenl lenl-ered
ered lenl-ered island studded waters at
Finland's southwest tip.
The vessel, registered at Ham Ham-burg,
burg, Ham-burg, ran aerounri on tho irorh.
erous Svartbida sandbar two miles
Iron! Utoe. The fnre srriinn w.itt
reported to have sunk.
DULLES FINDS PARADISE IN A THFATEK Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, ar arriving
riving arriving at a theater lor the Washington premie re of "Search for Paradise," smiles .vs he looka
at the marquee.
Sparkman Calls For
CHICAGO (UP) Sen. John J.
Sparkman (D-Ala) called today
for "bold, imaginative and effee-j
tive action" to help pull the na nation's
tion's nation's economy out of a "damag-
ing downward drift."
Sparkman told th nation's homej
builders that it is "an illusion to
believe that a recession cures it-1
self. History proves that nothing
could be further from the truth."..
"The stimulation of speculation;
in the stock market is not
enough," Sparkman said m an
apparent reference to the Federal
Reserve hoard's recent' action cut cutting
ting cutting margin requirements on
stock purchases from 70 to su per;
Sparkman, chairman of the Sen- j
ate Subcommittee on Housing,'
made his remarks in an address j
prepared for delivery before s the
annual convention of the National j
Assn. of Home Builders.
He called for extension of the j
G:I loan program and rejection bf
moves to cut DacK. me uroan re renewal'
newal' renewal' program.
Alhsrt M. Cole, U. S. housing
administrator, said in another ad address
dress address prepared for delivery that
the nation's economic problems
are compounded by "the shadow shadow-cast
cast shadow-cast by Moscow."
lB,ut, he said, "there is reason
to believe we have turned a cor
ner. He estimated mat resident
ial construction would climb about
10 per cent in 1958 unless the in international
ternational international situation worsens.
Cole said government housing
nffinialc ar Wtfiuhinif tVlA nfOK
and cons of a program undeif
which the f ederal Housing Ad Administration
ministration Administration would insure the pri private
vate private lender against the top 25 per
cent of the risk he assumes rath rather
er rather than 100 per cent.
C. R. Mitchell, vice president of
the United States Savings and
Loan League, told the home build builders
ers builders that the league's home loan
guarantee plan is the best hope
inr fillinu the Udo left bv "the
death of the Gl loan program."
The plan would permit tne in insuring
suring insuring of the top 20 per cent of
rnnvpniinn.il home loans ud to a
maximum of 90 per. cent of ap
praised value, rne insuring wouia
be .done by a privately financed
home loan guarnatte, corporation
which would be a par: of the
Federal Home. Loan Bank Board.
SEC Says Many Naive
People Try To Make
Stock Market Killing
WASHINGTON riTPi The
Securities and Exchange Commis
sion told Congress today mat an
increasing number of "uninfor "uninformed
med "uninformed and unsophisticated in investors"
vestors" investors" are trying to make a
killing on the stock market.
The commission said there is
a wide spread popular attitude
thai it i nnxsih'p "for the un
billed to reap large and quick
profits m the siock mantei.. js
a result, the field is widened for
crooked operators, the SEC report
The report said most Of the
large "boiler rooms" high-pressure
stock-selling operations that
are conducted mostly by telc-
nhini. hnvn horn rinsed down.
but .some smaller firms still are
A newer problem faced by the
SEC is the sale of unregistered
securities by use of "a claimed
but questionable" exemption from
registration Jaws. The report seid
securities are trans erred through
such foreign countries as Canada,
Switzerland and Lichtenstein, for
probably "the deliberate purpose
of complicating or frustrating the
commission's investigative effort.
The SEC sail revisions of its
rules may be necessary to plug
that loophole as we'l as activities
now going on in the sale of
TODAY ENCANTO .25
AT 9:00 P.M. 1
LOS MON ARC AS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"MAN FROM PLANET X"
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Chaps. 8 9
"Al Jennings of Oklahoma
"PRAIRIE ROUND UP"
0 MABY SMITH
The members of the Sock and
Buskin, Uaiboa High School's dra drama
ma drama ilob, were afforded an onusual
treat last week wnen Hill Camp Campbell
bell Campbell of "The Naked and the Dead"
cast was their guest speaker at a
special meeting neld in the school
It was. a rare privilege for the
group. Although work on the pic
ture in this .ocation had ceased
and ,the company had returned to
the States, Mr. Campbell had stay stayed
ed stayed over an additional day just to
address the drama ilub.
He began his talk with a discus discussion
sion discussion Oi the proper attitude o an
aspiring actOr toward the profes profession.
sion. profession. Aithougn he. was treating on
acting spechically, he included all
oi the creative arts when he stat stated.
ed. stated. "If your desire is to enter" the
arts, to be creative, do not let all
the practical people induce you to
enter medicine, or law. or busi
ness. It is not that these are not
worthy professions, but you should
at least have the satisfaction of
having made the attempt to be
what you want to be."
Campbe'l then discussed vari variolas
olas variolas aspects of theatrical work in including
cluding including the many processes that
go into the production of a motion
picture. During a period in which
he was answering questions from
the i.loor, be made some reierenc reierenc-es
es reierenc-es to the guitar-playing 'pheno 'phenomena"
mena" 'phenomena" being found in the entert entertainment
ainment entertainment world today. He comment-
en weal teenagers for exemplify exemplifying
ing exemplifying somewhat similar attitudes to
those he had noted elsewhere.
When asked what he hoped to
accomplish his career, his immed immediate
iate immediate reply was, "To become the
best actor in Hollywood." To. prove
that this was not merely an out outburst
burst outburst of ego, he qualified this by
pointing out that we all, whatever
our fields might be, should set out
sights as high as possible, even
though in the end we might not
realize happiness or satisfaction
with the suiiess of which we had
His easy manner, his strong fea features,
tures, features, and his immaculate attire
conformed to the preconceived no notions
tions notions of an actor's glamour". In the
customary fashion, feminine hearts
wgre fluttered, while the males
maintained a mistrustful distance.
The young people were reluctant
to let fSim go and it was only by
turning out the lights that the idea
could be conveyed that the meet meeting
ing meeting was over. And so the kids went
back to the less fascinating world
of homework and semester exams,
the kids went back to the less fas fascinating
cinating fascinating world of homework and
semester exams, a' 1 hoping that
their friendly guest might come
this way again some time.
HIGH SUSPENSE PROMISED in
RUN OF THE ARROW
Release tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at thi
"RUN OF THE ARROW," Technicolor adventure drama
based on an ex-Confederate soldier's determination to keep
on f.htiiii; the United States bv becoming a Sioux, comes
tomorrow, SUNDiX and MONDAY at thy "DRIVE-IN" Thea Theatre
tre Theatre with Rod STF.1GER, Sarita MONTIEL, Brian KEITH and
Ralph MEEKER In starring roles.
Buys Al (apone's
Cadillac For $535
MANCHESTER, England, Jan.
24 (UP) Dancehall proprietor
Tony Stuart bought the late Al
Capone's $8,500 bullet-proof Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac at auction today for $535. He
planned to ship it back' to the
United States to resell it.
Stuart outbid half a dozen deal dealers
ers dealers at the Bellevue Fairgrounds,
where the car has been in stor storage
age storage since 1942.
He said he thought he could
make a "handsome profit" on it"
by shipping it back to New York
and advertising it for sale.
The 1928 car came complete
with bullet proof windows, a po police
lice police siren, an oversized engine and
a rear window that opens on hing hinges
es hinges to make it easier to fire a
machine gun at pursuing car.
It was brought to England dur during
ing during World War II by a snowman
who sold it to a Blackpool fun fair
lor $384. However, the fair took
it off exhibition when the United
r "They said America had no
gangsters. The car was giving, a
false impression of the States, and
showing it was an unfriendly act,"
a spokesman for the fair, said.
The car was kept in storage" un until
til until recently when the owners de decided
cided decided it took up too much space
and decided to auction it off.
The car originally cost about
$3,000 when it came off the assem assembly
bly assembly line in 1928, but Capone's mod modifications
ifications modifications jacked up the price to
The specially-built engine" need needed
ed needed to pull its 8,000 pounds weight
at setaway speeds makes it a
prodigius gasoline eater, rving
oniy six mnes to the galwa.
lie costinstASO cent
Der pa ion in Kruoin h'
not 'destined to rttiirA ftt the road.
Called To Account
In Vessel Seizure
DJAKARTA, Jan. 24 (UP) a'
legal authority at Tandjung Pin Pin-ang
ang Pin-ang harbor in the Indonesian Riau
Islands, south of Singapore, has
been summoned to Djakarta to
give an account of foreign vessels
seized there, it was announced to today.
day. today. The vessels, including the Pana Pana-seized
seized Pana-seized for alleged'y arrying ille illegal
gal illegal barter goods to Singapore.
The Indonesian government re recently
cently recently declared barter trade ille ille-kl
kl ille-kl and ordered outer regions to
The legal officer, was to report
halt it immediately,
The legal officer, was to report
to. Attorney General Suprato.
Kills Six Persons
PALERMO, Sicily, Jan. 24 (UP)
"-Six persons were kilted in the
explosion yesterday which des destroyed
troyed destroyed a three-story building in
downtown Palermo, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
A 5-year-old girl' and five womea
were found dead under the rubblt
or died in hospitals from their
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AS PART of their ROTC training a group of Balboa High School seniors are given training on the 81 mm mortar by a team
from Co. "B" 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry Regiment. Sgt. Donald Anderson (left) Instructs Cadet Capt. George Barbier,
who is loading, and Cadet Lt. John Chase who is sighting the mortar. Observing are other members of the senior ROTC
class and Sp3 Francisco Nazario of the 1st Battle Group. (U.S. Army Photo by Sp2 Guenther
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POLIO STILL HANDICAPS LIVES Though Balk vaccine hat
cut new polio cases drastically, many people still need aid.
An example is the Solomon family of Warner Robins, Ga.
This Air Force couple and their children all had polio. If
these stricken children are to have any chance at a normal
existence, treatments must continue for years. To aid the
people affected locally by polio, American Legion Post 1 Is
sponsoring a moonlight cruise on Jan. 31. All proceeds will
go to the local foundation. Tickets are $1.50 and may be
purchased at the commissaries, clubhouses, American Legion
Club or at the pier.
Russia's Wooing Of Underdeveloped
Far Eeast Spotlighted At Bangkok
TOKYO, Jan. 24 (UPJ-Ths Sov
iet Union Union has opened a mas
sive campaign of economic pene
tration in the Far East.
Russia's economic wooing of A
sia's underdeveloped countri
es came into sharp focus at the
trade meeting of the United Na-
sla and the Far East (ECAFE)
this week at 'Bangkok. It aroused
the concern of free Asian leaders,
The Soviet Union, previously
conducting economic infiltration
of individual Asian countries,
made its first blanket "no "no-strings"
strings" "no-strings" offer of aid to Asia at
the Afro-Asian "People's Confer Conference"
ence" Conference" in Cairo this month.
It followed this ud bv of ferine a
loan of 00 lmillion dollars to In
donesia where Western observers
already had expressed fear of
As usual Russia said there
were "no strings attached" to the
loans, but pro Western nations
feared they would lead new n
tions into the Soviet camp while
Washington concentrated its atton
tion on missiles.
Solon Suggests Congress May
Cut Taxes Before Year Is Out'
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP)
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills of the
House Ways and Means Commit
tee suggested today Congress may
move "before the year is out" to
cut taxes to combat an economic
The Arkansas Democrat warned
that the present "downturn In
business conditions may grow in
to a "recession."
He earn congress should take a
look at the economy around May
1 or June 1 to see whether con
ditions then indicate a need for
preparing a program to combat
' In addition to heading the tax
writinc Wava and Means oroin.
Mills is the chief tax adviser to
Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex,) who
directs overall Democratic House
trateev on the auestoin.
Mills was interviewed by Wash Washington
ington Washington correspondent Ann Corrick
on me program "Dateline Wash Washington"
ington" Washington" filmed for station WDSU
TV in New Orleans.
'I'm not pessimistic about con
ditions but very frankly, I ques question
tion question that the optimism manifested
mtw rrenaent s miaget mes
sage to the Congress is thorough
ly Justified" Mills said.
The administration has predict
an oconomic upturn by mid
summer .However. Treasury Sec
retary KODen a. Anderson, in his
testimony before the committee
lest week, held the door open to
Accepts Ike's Bid
SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. 24 (UP)
President Eisenhower has r-
. his invitation to President
Ibanez to visit him in Wa
ind ibanez has accepted in
t, the foreign minister said
for the 80-year-old Ibanez to be
his guest last month was canceled
when the American President suf suffered
fered suffered his slight stroke.
UJS. Ambassador Cecil Lyon left
for Washington by plane today
carrying Ibanez favorable reply.
a possible tax cut later this year
if business gets worse.
"I expect that we will have
this down-turn for a longer peri period
od period through 1958 than they antici anticipate,"
pate," anticipate," Mills said. "I do not see
factors presently in existence
which will revive the economy,
certainly not before the fall of
Like Anderson, Mills said an
talk of a tax increase must be
ruled out under present economic
conditions. But he said "it's ab absolutely
solutely absolutely necessary that we think
to terms if we get into .a depres depressionof
sionof depressionof going the other way."
Changes In Bergman
Movie To Be Filmed
In Formosa Asked
TAIPEI. Formosa (UP) The
Nationalist government has de
manded thst 20th Century Fox
make a number of changes in the
Incrid Berman film "The Inn of
the Sixth Happiness'' if the pic picture
ture picture is to be filmed on Formosa.
The demands made it possible
the picture would be filmed else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, possibly in Hong Kong.
Production chief Robert Mc Mc-Naught
Naught Mc-Naught and art director John
Box flew to Hong Kong today to
study the situation there.
The main changes demanded by
the Nationalist government:
Delete scenes showing Chinese
women and children with bound
feet. The film is laid in the 1930s
and the practice of binding feet
was halted in 1912.
Delete a scene showing a host
of concubines running out into the
street to welcome a Chinese ma magistrate.
gistrate. magistrate. The government said
concubines do exist, but they
never paraded in the streets to
The government also protested
the film company's plan to show
clothes of the imperial Manchu
style being worn in the 1930s.
At Bangkok yesterday, Moscow
fnllnwpH nn hv nffarino in toll Snv-
iet heavy meachinery and develop
ment on creaii up to live years
It also offered long-term agree agreements
ments agreements to purchase the basic com commodities
modities commodities of Asia.
The offer was attractive to A A-sian
sian A-sian nations anxious to build up
their industries but caught in a
trend toward worldwide econo economic
mic economic depression.
Reliable sources told United
Press today that the Russian eco economic
nomic economic offensive will be a certain
topic for discussion with U.S. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
when he attendst he Ministers
Meeting of the Southeast Asia
Treaty Organization in Manila
3-Judge US Court
In Virginia Mils
3 UP' laws
One of the most important tasks
of the coming Billy Graham Pa
nama Crusade is that of the fol
low-up work for those Deoole
that will make the "decision for
uirist, during the many servic services.
es. services. Follow-un work mainly is st-w
ing these people into their church
or cnoice and givmg them the
necessary encouragement and
guidance to start them on their
Christian education and way of
The director that will be leading
this all important work, which
Graham, himself defines as the
success or failure of his crusade
ts the Rev. George Sanchez, a
native of Albuquerque, N. M., and
Los Angeles, Cal.
Sanchez iskno stranger to the
people of Central and South A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. In 1949, he bacome direc director
tor director of the Spanish religious de department
partment department of Radio Station HCJB
m Quito, Ecuador.
During this time has was also
occupied in evangelistic cam campaigns
paigns campaigns in Venezuela and Mexico
as well as in Ecuador.
Forced to return to the United
States because of his wife's health
the Rev. Sandhez served for more
than a year as pastor of a Mex Mexican'
ican' Mexican' church, prior to his Ecuado
rean work, he had served seven
yeors ofter completing Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Pacific College and the West West-month
month West-month College, also in Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. In 1956, he joined the staff of
the Navigators and represented
m Cuba with the Latin American
The Rev. GEORGE SANCHEZ
ing on Feb. 6. Graham will hold
a two-day rally m the National
Stadium beginning on Fnday,
Feb. 7 which will end the crus
ade in Panama.
A special crusade will be held
in David starting on Jan. 26 and
endmg Feb. 4, so people m that
area might atten the two days
of services in the Panama Stadium,
Chicago Firm Sells
High Octane Gas
For Kerosene Oil
CHICAGO, Jan. 24 (UP) The
Chicaeo Fire commissioner's of-
Mission Evangelistic team, also uce Mld ay 1JakIiocal tU
in Venezuela, he was connected
with the Youth of Christ Congress.
Sanchez is now Latin America
director for the Navigators in
San Jose, Coast Rica, when he is
not working with the Billy Gra
Although he will not be seen by
the general public during the
three crusades to 'be held on the
Isthmus, he and his organization
j 7t a t
oi toiiow-up worxers wiu. ne per performing
forming performing one of the most signifi significant
cant significant jobs of crusade.
On Sunday, Feb. 2, meeting will
begin in the Colon Arena and the
i m: i rt L a ;
010 livou commissary lerminai
RICHMOND. Va. (VP) A
special three-judge federal court.
hi a 2-1 decision, yesterday struck
down three of Virginia's so-called
The court left two other
measures for state courts to de
Di'st. Judge Sterling Hutcheaon
dissented from the majority ooin-
ion written by Judge Morris Soper
of the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court
of Appeals and Dist. Judge Walter
a. norrman of Norfolk.
Two of the laws stricken
require organizations engaged in
prosecuting racial lawsuits or
collecting funds for such activities
to register with the state and to
divulge their lists of members and
The third statue, defines barratry
as the offense of stirrine un
Judges Soper and Hoffman
declined to pass on laws designed
to regulate tne conduct of those
engaged in practicing law In the
state, termjng the acts "vague
The Virginia Supreme Court of
Appeals Monday upheld the action
of a legislative investigating com
mittee in obtaining court subpenas
ordering the NAACP to produce
its membership and contributors
lists in Virginia.
, NAACP attorneys charged the
laws were aimed at harassing the
Quit Favoring Big
Orders Auto Firm
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The Federal Trade Commission to today
day today ordered Standard Motor Prod
ucts Inc.. a New York manuf actur
er of automotive replacement
parts, to stop giving special price
concessions to favored customers.
The commission said Standard
must quit favoring large volume
customers and members of group
The commission adopted an inl
tial decision by hearing Examiner
mui j. &ou holding that Stand Standard's
ard's Standard's price differentials were not
justified legally. Kolb said the
firm's pricing policies might sub
stantially lessen competition in vi violation
olation violation of the anti-trust laws.
FTC Chairman John W. Gwynne
saio standard gave a customary
2 per cent cash discount, plus re rebates
bates rebates ranging from 3 ner cent on
annual purchases of $1,800 to 20
per cent on annual purchases of
In addition, Gwynne said, mem members
bers members of group buying organizations
get rebates based on the total
purchases of all members and not
on their individual purchases.
The commission rejected Stand Standard's
ard's Standard's argument that its customers
did not comptte with each other
and that the FTC had no evidence
of competitive injury.
It noted that a Standard custo customer
mer customer in Greenville, S. C. who was
a group member, received a 20
ir ceni reoate on 8,713.80 in
purchases, while s local non-group
competitor received less than a 13
per cent rebate on approximately
company had sold mgn octane
gasoline under the label of fuel
oil kerosene to about 150
A door-to-door check of the
south side slum area was ordered
in an attempt to locate customers
of the explosive mixture and to
warn them in time.
Fire investigators said the Mar Martin
tin Martin Oil Co. sold the mixture of
gasoline and kerosene all day
yesterday. The sales were not
discovered until late today.
Second Deputy Fire Marshal
Harry Mohr, in charge oi the
investigating unit, said emergency
equipment had been called into
the area, along with extra fire firemen,
men, firemen, to stand by in case of an
The commissioner's office said
the mixture of gasoline and heat heating
ing heating fuel had a "touch-off Temper Temperature
ature Temperature of about 65 degrees fahren-heit.
Investigators said that as long
as the luel was burning in a stove
there was not too much danger.
"But when the flame goes out
and fumes build up in the stove stove-watch
watch stove-watch out when they try to light
it agam," they said.
Claims Man's Life
HIROSHIMA, Japan, Jan. 24
(UP) A 52-year-old man died to today
day today from .what doctors diagnosed
as a. liver ailment caused by ex
posure to radiation.
Tsunejiro Nagayama was the
second person to die this year
from what has been attributed to
the after-effects of the 1945 atomic
bombing of Hiroshima.
Serious Food Lack
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Jan. 22
(UP) A critical food shortage has
sent 264 persons to hospitals suf suffering
fering suffering from malnutrition and
threatens another 45,000 persons in
two regions of central Java, it was
he PIA news agency said the
government was trying to over overcome
come overcome the problem with massive
rice shipments to the areas.
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Automatic Iron "General
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Drawing will be held Sat., Feb. I at 5:00 pjn. J
AT THE SAME LOCATION 10 YEARS
TIIS PANAMA AMERICAN AS INUIMMUINT DAn.T KFWltPAftX
HUB AT, JANUA1T H, a
fanjOtLrwhe & 34,
Middle Age Isn't A Birthday
Bui Just Living In A Rut
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LADIES OF ALBEOOK OFFICERS HOLD LUNCHEON
TOllONOR PAST PRESIDENT, HEAR GUEST SPEAKER
Serenty-eight members and guests of the Albrook Offi Offi-eers
eers Offi-eers Wires' Club gathered at the regular monthly luncheon
to honor past president Mrs. William D. Akers and to hear
Siest speaker, Mrs. Pat Morgan of Morgan' Gardens Mrs.
organ discussed the art of flower arrangement and dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated the proper techniques by judging and rearrang rearranging
ing rearranging entries submitted by fourteen Albrook wives.
I Based on effective arrangement, texture and color com combinations
binations combinations the first prise, and orchid corsage, was awarded
to Mrs. Fielding L. wasnington tor ner grouping; 0 sccu
S, palm DarK ana a uncmAi iiguimc uaa unuimvu,
Mrs. Harold E, Moore received
thejsecond orchid corsage for her
arrangement of wood roses, hops
nil' in Ecuadorian figurine on a
batea. A woodrose corsage for
third prize went to Mrs J. C.
er entry wmcn ieaiui
a background of
seed nods and anea grasses on a
polished wood base.
The luncheon was buffet and
members were seatea at small
tables each decorated with a
floral arrangement by one of the
following members: Mrs. Harrold
E. Moore, Mrs. Franklin L. Spann
Mrs. David L. Allen. Mrs. Robert
I. Ferguson, Mrs. William T. Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, Mrs. James E. Hoskins, Mrs.
John A. Smith and Mrs. George
The head table, decorated by
Mrs. Joseph H. Faulkner and
Mrs1. Edward J. Sass, Jr., wis
covered with a yellow cloth and
centered with a bronze runner on
which was displayed a color.ul
fruit, arrangement flanked by
hronze candlesticks. Arrange Arrange-meqts
meqts Arrange-meqts for the luncheon aha pui pui-fram
fram pui-fram were made by M". Ci
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YMCA-USO To Hold
Annual Dinner Monday
The committee of management
of the Armed Service Young
Men's Christian Association
(USO) will hold its annual dinner
on Monday starting at 6:30 p.m
Dress will be inlormal.
The Robert Welds
Of Madrid, Spain
Guests At Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Waid of
Madrid, Spain, are guests at the
Hotel Washington In Colon for a
Mr. Waid is the son of Mrs. E
S. Waid of Margarita and the late
Capt. Elbert Sherman Waid for
whom Post No, 2 of the American
Legion is named.
Albrook Officers' Wives
Start New Bowling League
The Albrook Officers Wives'
Club announces the first meeting
of the new Bowling League on
January 28 at 8 a.m. in the main
lounge of the Albrook Officers
Club. This is a mandatory meet
ing for all bowlers who wish to
belong to the League. New bowl
ers are urged to have three scores
to establish their average ready
by this meeting.
Of Coion sponsoring
Tea, Card Party
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, the Jewish
Sisterhood oi Colon is sponsoring
a tea and card party from 2 until
6 p.m. at the Hotel Washington.
ihose attending are requested
to bring their own cards. Prizes
have been donated by Motta's,
Maduntos and Kardonski Bro Brothers.
thers. Brothers. Tickets wi 1 be on sale at
Union Clubs Cocktail Party
Honors Ambassador, Wife
Mr. and Mrs. Guiliermo Andre Andre-ve
ve Andre-ve are the hosts at a cocktail
party today from 5 to 7 p.m. at
the Union uuu iVi uunor the
Ambassador oi Colombia in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Raul H. Barrios
who are leaving soon to return to
Members ol St. Luke's Choir
Guild held a despedida Wednesa Wednesa-aay
aay Wednesa-aay evening In honor of Mrs. Mar Mar-ta
ta Mar-ta Spoel at the Deanery in Ancon.
The guest of honor, who is a
member of the choir and teacher
of music in Panama, received
gifts and best wishes from the
group. She will leave next week to
spend the school vacation with
relatives in Europe.
SMA Alumnae Banquet
To Be Held Sunday
St. Mary's Academy Alumnae
Association will hold its 14th an annual
nual annual banquet Sunday at the Hotel
Washington at 7:30.
Reservation may be made by
calling Mrs. Alba Mouyners, 38 38-1S6S,
1S6S, 38-1S6S, Mrs. Raquel Castillo, 38-1766
or Miss Carmen Calonge, 38-667.
During the evening the new of officers
ficers officers for 1958 will be installed
and the class of 1957 will be initiat initiated.
ed. initiated. (Continued Prom Pago 7)
J. A. K. MacCourtney, above,
manager for Central America
and Panama of Allis-Chalmers
International, has arrived in
Panama for a brief visit in con connection
nection connection with the promotion of
Allis-Chalmers Products in Pan Pan-nama.
nama. Pan-nama. MacCourtney yesterday
visited the plant of Cemento
Panama, S.A., on the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian highway to inspect
the different installations wnich
were supplied by his company.
He is staying at El Panama Hill Hill-ton
ton Hill-ton Hotel.
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GIFTS FOR ISRAEL At a
Avenue Wednesday afternoon
otherinfant items which will
Blumberg of Curundu who is
House Approves Temporary $5 Billion
National Debt Increase By 328 To 71
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The House overrode east gasp
opposition from its economy bloc
today and voted to grant the
administration's request for a
temporary five billion dollar in increase
crease increase in the national debt limit.
The roll call vote was 328 to 71.
Voting for the urgent administra administration
tion administration request were 185 Democrats
and 143 Republicans. Opposed
were 41 Republicans and 30 De Democrats.
mocrats. Democrats. The measure would raise the
debt limit from its permanent
level of 275 billion dollars to 280
billion until June 30, 1969, to give
the Treasury more leeway in
handling rising defense and other
The legislation now goes to the
Senate where (he Finance Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, headed by economy-minded
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va),
has scheduled hearings beginning
ROUGH SLEDDING IN SENATE
Although the proposal was ex expected
pected expected to face rougher sledding
in the Senate, eventual approval
(Before passing the bill, the
House voted down, 275 to 114, a
motion by Rep. John W. Byrnes
(R-Wis.), a leader in the economy
bloc, to limit the temporary debt
increase to 278 billion dollars.
Byrnes had argued in previous
debate that the lower figure would
impose a "restraint" on govern government
ment government spending and "remove the
fat" from President Elsenhower's
new reetrd -peacetime Wgat of
But Treasury Secretary Robert
B. Anderson, in pleading for
congressional approval of the bill,
said the lower limit would rob
the government of needed fiscal
elbow room and might force it
to pay higher interest on its
The economy bloc did force a
two-day delay in House approval
of the measure by demanding a
roll call vote. House leaders had
agreed in advance there would be
record votes Tuesday because so
many members were absent.
But eventual House approval of
the administration's request wss
made certain when both Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader John W. McCor McCor-mack
mack McCor-mack (Mass) and Joseph W.
Martin Jr. (R-Mass) came out
for the temporary increase.
baby Aover held in honor of Mrs. E. Eisen (center) on Tivoli
a grouo of friends brought dozens of diapers, blankets and
be sent to Israel. 3r.anding at Mrs. Etsen's right is Mrs. Lily
president of the Women'" Tnter-rtional Zionist Organization.
They noted that the debt al already
ready already was lapping dangerously
close to the permanent lid of 275
billion dollars and said anything
less than a five billion dollar
increase would risk putting the
nation's expanding economy "into
On CBS-TV Show
NEW YORK (UP) Viewers
flooded CBS with phone calls
last night after a man who
believes f'ying saucers exist de departed
parted departed from a prepared television
script and was promptly cut off
The network issued a statement
quoting Donald E. Keyhoe, a
former Marine corps flier who
now is an official of an organiza organization
tion organization that keeps track of flying
saucer reports, as saying he hsd
not been censored. Keyhoe said
he had misunderstood network
rules requiring advance approval
of statements to be made on its
Keyhoe, speaking on "UFO:
enigma of the skies," said on the
air, "now I'll tll you something
you haven't heard before" about
unidentified flying objects (UFO).
Almost immediately Kehoe's
rvoice' was silenced, though,,, jj)s J
picture remained on iv screens.
A CBS spokesman said director
Robert Costello saw that Keyhoe's
unscheduled remarks were not in
the script and that his time war
about up anyway, and ordered the
camera and sound shifted to the
program moderator Douglas Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. The sound went off as
ordered, the spokesman said, but
the camera remained trained on
Viewers from as far away as
Canada began phoning CBS
stations and the network head headquarters
quarters headquarters here demanding to know
what Keyhoe was' about to say
and why he wasn't allowed to say
it, CBS reported.
CBS was unable to say. Keyhoe
made a statement regretting "the
misunderstanding" and left with without
out without revealing what he had planned
to say, the network said.
SB S lKMBEEBK;:
MRS. CATHERINE J. BOS BOS-WELL,
WELL, BOS-WELL, secretary to the chief,
Post Engineer Division. Fort
Clayton, has been awarded a
certificate for outstanding per performance.
formance. performance. A resident of Balboa,
Mrs. Boswell has been employed
by the USARCARIB Engineer
Section since June 1951. The a a-ward
ward a-ward covered the period from
June 1956 to June 1957. Mrs. Bos Boswell
well Boswell is a native of Milwaukee,
Wis., and attended high school
and the Spencerian Business
College there. (U.S. Army Photo,)
Tension The Same
As In Lawmaking
WASHINGTON.. (UP)-The Cap
ltol's attending physician said to
day he doubts lawmakers would
live any longer, if they all re
signed from Congress and be
came business executives.
"The tensions would be about
the same, observed 70-eyar-old
Dr. George Calver who has been
doctoring congressional ailments
for 29 years.
"Anyone who holds a responsi
ble executive position whether
it's in a business firm, a govern
mnt agency, or here in Congress
is bound to be under pressure,"
ne said. Worries and responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities put a drain on any man."
CalVer spoke in an interview
about mounting concern among
members of Congress over the
recent high congressional mortal
ity rate. In the Capitol corridors
and cloakrooms it was a major
topic or conversation.
The lawmakers confessed thev
were badly shaken by the sudden
death Wednesday of 65-year-old
Rep. Lawrence H. Smith (RWis.)
Smith collapsed with a heart at
tack as he was suting down to
lunch at tne House restaurant. A
number of his colleagues saw him
James E. Perkins New
President of Paramount
James E. Perkins has been
named president of Para Paramount
mount Paramount International Films,
Inc., it was announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday (26) by George Welt Welt-ner,
ner, Welt-ner, vice-president in charge
of world sales for Paramount
Pictures Corporation. The
appointment is effective Jan January
uary January 1, 1958.
Mr. Keltner declared that
Mr. Perkins' experience of
more than thirty years in
every phase of foreign distri distribution
bution distribution had made him the
ideal choice for the post. "His
executive and administrative
ability," stated Mr. Weltner,
"coupled with his inspiring
leadership, have been dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated time and time a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. He is a dedicated man,
loyal and sincere, and devot devoted
ed devoted to Paramount."
Mr. Perkins joined Para Para-mont
mont Para-mont in 1925 as branch man man-aeer
aeer man-aeer in Tokyo. Japan. Suc
cessively, he was named
Shanghai branch manager,
opening the company's first
China office in 1929; in 1937
becoming divisional manager
for Japan, china and the
Philippines; and in 1941 add adding
ing adding India and the entire Far
East to his division. In 1944,
following a two-and-a-half
year period of Imprisonment
by the Japanese during World
War n, he was named divi division
sion division manager for the entire
Far East plus Australia. New
Zealand and South Africa. In
1946, Mr. Perkins was named
managing director xfor Para Paramount
mount Paramount in Great Britain, re remaining
maining remaining in England until
1955, when he returned to
New York to make his head head-auarters
auarters head-auarters at the Paramount
Home Office as executive
vice-president of Paramount
International Films, which
MIDDLE age is just a slate nf
mind and a set of lazy nabits.
With a little eftorl and a deter
mination to stay young until they
are actually old. a .husband and
I wife can skip the middle aged
attitude toward life.
The couples we think of as "ty
pically middle-aged" have given
up trying to look as physically t-
tractive as possible and have put!
on weigni ana grown careless a-
They are no longer especially
interested in making new friends.
but have narrowed their social life
until they see the sam few cou
ples over and over.
They have become so sensible
that, given a choice between, a
trip or some new appliancp or fur
niture for the house, the aousc
wins out over their waning spirit
They always put their children
first, even though the children are
old enough to live in their own
worlds and never think of consid-
Pineaple Dresses Up
Cheap Cabbage Salad
Cabbage is a bargain in taste
and nutrition. Combine it with
canned pineapple and you're way
ahead. You're also in for good
Cabbage Salad Dtossed Up
Two cups shredded csbhige,
1-2 cup crushed pineapple, 1-4 cup
chopped, roasted, unblanched al almonds,
monds, almonds, 1-4 cup light cream, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon lemon juice, 1-2 teaspoon
Combine cabbage, pmeapple and
almonds. Beat cream with lemon
juice and seasoning; pour over
mixture and toss lightly.
You may have heard of the
enthusiasm German hausfrauen
showed for an American chicken
recipe. The U. S. Department of
Agriculture experts demonstrated
it at both Berlin and Frankfort.
It was a smash hit. Here's the
Chicken In Barbecue Sauce
One oung y chicken (about 1 to
2 1-2 pounds, ready-to-cook), flour,
salt, pepper fdr "flouring" 1 the
chicken pieces. 1-3 cup cooking
fat or salad oil.
Sauce: Two tablespoons brown
sugar, 1 tablespoon paprika, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon dry mus mustard,
tard, mustard, 1-4 teaspoon chili powder,
few grains cayenne pepper, 2
tablespoons Worcestershire sauce,
1 cup tomato juice, 1-4 cup chili
sauce or catsup, 1-4 cup vinegar,
1-2 cup chopped onion.
Red Envoy Zaroubin
Pays Farewell (all
AI Nixon's Office
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) (UP)-Soviet
Soviet (UP)-Soviet Ambassador Georgi N. Za Zaroubin
roubin Zaroubin pays a farewtll ceremonial
visit to Vice President Richard
M. Nixon at the Capitol today.
Zaroubin, who is leaving the U U-nited
nited U-nited States next week for Moscow
to become a deputy to Soviet For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Andri Gromyko re requested
quested requested the courtesy visit. It was
understood that Nixon asked the
State Department about the pro
priety 01 ia
te request and received
When asked about the possibili
ty Zaroubin might bring up the
possibility of a Nixon trip to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, one source close to Nixon
said: Weodn't know what he
might bring up."
But, he added, "it's a ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial visit in the ceremonial office.
DIRECT N0N STOP
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lets. i-io57 and
CALLE "B", EL CANGREJO
ering Mom and Dad before their
i THEY'VE LOST HUMOR
THEY make mountains our of
mole hills and sigii over small up
sets, instead of shrugging them
'off or tryinc to see the funnv side
of their minor emergencies.
They never surprise each other,
not even with a new idea
They have fallen into the easy-
chair and TV-type of eveaings that,
leave them vaguely bored, with without
out without their quite knowing why.
If anything looks Jike a big ef effort,
fort, effort, they reft'se to make it.
They have forgotten the Imrns
they uau when thep were young
without bothering to replace them
with new ones.
They take each other so much
for granted that they make little
effort to please, inspire and en encourage
courage encourage each other.
That' the state of mind and the
lazy h t 3 we term "middle age.'
Combine ingredients and cook
over lo heat 15 minutes.
Cooking the chicken: Cut the
chicken in serving pieces. Roll the
pieces in the mixed flour, salt
and pepper. Heat the. fat and
brown the chicken on all sides
over moderate heat (about 20 min minutes).
utes). minutes). Pour sauce over the chi chicken,
cken, chicken, cover the pan. Bake at 325
degrees F. (slow oven) about 45
minutes, or until meat is tender.
Uncover the pan and place under
the broiler. Broil 15 minutes, or
until meet is brown.
Voice Doesn't Want
To Be Beneficiary
WASHINGTON (UP)-Ivan A.
A. Dryga can keep his $10,000
G. I. lite insurance policy.
The government says it could
use the money but really doesn't
Ivan is a Russian who fled the
Soviet Union and joined the U. S.
From Company A at Ft.(,Rttcker,
Ala., he recently wrote the Voice
of America, in Russian, offering
the government's worldwide broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting service a "deal."
Dryga said he had been told
the Army would give him an af after
ter after hours high school education.
But there was a hitch he coitldn't
take the course because In
couldn't speak English.
He also learned that an English
course to prepare him for the high
school work would cost $200 a
month for three months.' His
monthly pay check is for $71.
So Dryga proposed ia his letter
that the Voice advance him $600
to cover the three months Eng English
lish English lessons. H said he would
pay them back at the rate of $21
There was no need for the
Voice to worry about getting its
money back, he said. He already
had named the Voice as benefici beneficiary
ary beneficiary of his insurance policy. He
has no relatives.
Voice director Robert E. Button
contacted high Army officials here
and received assurances the Rus Russian
sian Russian born private can get his
English lessons free under an
Army program of general educa educational
tional educational development.
Depending on how he advances
in English and his high school
course, the private might even
get to officers candid?-
The government admittedly
hard pressed for money, wul
give Dryga a chance to name
position he has held until
FRIDAY. JANUARY 24, USt
TBf PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDIPBNBKNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Crittebil Rainbow AsstmWy
Hold Installation Tomorrow
Miss Jesa Chambers of Marga Margarita
rita Margarita wiU be installed Worthy Ad Advisor
visor Advisor of Cristobal Assembly No. 2,
Oriicr of the Rainbow or Gins,
at an open installation tomorrow
nvening at 7:30 at the Cristobal
Masonic Temple. Miss Sandra
Hughes, who is completing her
term as Worthy Advisor, will be
the installing o ficer.
Master Masons and Eastern
Stars who have been appointed to
serve on the Rainbow advisory
board for the coming year wi 1
be instaJed at this time. The Rev.
Theodore E. Franklin, pastor of
the Margarita Union Churchs, will
b the guest speaker.
All friends are invited to attend.
Re reshments will be served in
Abou Saad Temple
CHARLES D. LAVALLE
The divan of icers and nobles
of Abou Saad Temple, A.A.O..N. A.A.O..N.-M.S..
M.S.. A.A.O..N.-M.S.. met At Ancon Masonic Tem
ple andlfeleeted Charles D. Lavalle..
Other officers elected were: Su Su-bert
bert Su-bert TurbyUl, chief rabban; John
A. Everson, assistant Rabban;
William R. Dixon, high prwst and
prophet; C. W. Horns, oriental
guide; and Howard G. Gee, Trea Treasurer.
surer. Treasurer. George P. Fullman was elected
recorder for the 11th consecutive
year, Representatives to the Shrine
National Convention, which will
be held at Chicago in July, were
also. elected. H. Vance Howard w
be templerdirector, forhe i"ar.
Illustrious past potentate, Henry
T. Carpenter performed the seat seating
ing seating ceremony for the incoming po potentate.
tentate. potentate. Lavalle came to the Isthmus in
1939 front his hom, state of Rhode
Island. He is presently employed
by the Engineer Maintenance Di Division,
vision, Division, U. S. Army Caribbean, at
Refreshments were provided the
membership following the meeting.
f ML w49MhnfL aBt'l
t gaji gar ps gas
the banquet hall folowing the in installation
stallation installation CU lUIliCS.
Mrs. Pedro S-enz
Leaves For Kome
airs, Peuru saau of Panama
leu the Isthmus yesterday morn morning
ing morning by plane ior Ualy where she
join her husband who is the Con Consul
sul Consul of Panama in Rome.
Heroes Of 7
There wilt be a slated bivouac
of hte George W. Goethals Camp
Heores o '76, on Wednesday, Jan.
29, at 7:30 p.m. at the National
Distil ery bohio. OLicers elect
will be installed and pi ins fur
forthcoming bivouacs will be
A 1 Heroes are invited to attend.
No dinner will be served but
snacks and other refreshments
will be available.
Dr. L. D. Morgan, of Pasade Pasadena,
na, Pasadena, iex., oecupieo the pulpit of
The Emmanuel Baptist Church of
Pueblo Nuevo, last Sunday at both
evening and morning Worship, to
start two weeks of evangelistic
services in this suburban town.
The nightly evangelistic service
begin at 7:30 p.m. with songs, so solos,
los, solos, gaspel singing and testimo
nies of faith, and will end on
Monday will be men's night.
Tuesday wifl be ladie's night. Wed
nesday will be fimily night, and
may oe tne last time the com community
munity community will be having the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of hearing Dr. Morgan in
this area for a long time.
Society To Install
Officers if Paraiso
During the course of a regular
bi-weekly meetin of the St. Peter's
Mutual Benefit Society to be held
at the St. Alban's Parish Hall, Pa
raiso, tonight, the installation of
officers for the 1958 term will
Officers to be installed are Karl
L. Harris, president; Chris E.
Haywood, vicepresident; Arundel
Hall, general secretary; Ivan E.
Haywood, asst. secretary; Eulene
Harris, asst. to the secretaries:
Arthur Riney. treasurer: William
LMyrie, Egbert Rest, and .Herman
aayne, trustees; Kveiyn himis,
warden; and the other members
elected to the management com committee.
mittee. committee. The meeting starts at I p.m.,
and members sre requested to
be on time so that the meeting
may be started and concluded at
an early hours. The Rev. John
Spear of the St. Peter's Church
La flSoca will conduct the installation.
FINAL VOTE-COUNT DANCE Ssturdsy from 9 p.m. in ths PUo.
to choose the QUEEN of the 1958 NATIONAL CARNIVAL!
Sre lovely candidates, Sonia Garrido and Rita Burrell, make their
gay entrances into the patio, and dsnce Pnnama'e "tamborito" I
Kile Perez and his "Television" Orchestra pint Queen's Murga (Band) for dancing
under the stars. Entrance $1.- per person counts for 100 votes for your favorite.
In the Bella Vista Room, MANOLO TORRENTE singing with CLARENCE MRTliV'S ORCHESTRA.
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET from 6:30 p.m. in the cool patio.
Isthmian's dry-season delight with every dish a delicacy by Chef Rastello.
Music for dancing by Hans Janowitz Con junto. $3.50 person.
BELLA VISTA ROOM dining and dancing nightly in air conditioned comfort,
featuring MANOLO TORRENTE, Cuban singer twice nightly and toe
smooth rhythms of Clarence Martin's Orchestra (except Sundays). International cuisine
. St. Christopir's l, pi t c o p a, 1
Cnurc-u, it 10 .oajo, will continue
us series ox special evening ser services
vices services on Sunday.
The preacaei this week will be
the Rev. James Peter Farmer,
rector of Christ Church jsy-uie-
Sea, Colon. Tais will be Father
Farmer's iirst visit to M. Chris
tophers. Last Sunday the special
preacher was tne Kev. j. Alfred
wane of Costa Rica.
Other services for the day are:
1 a.m. Holy Communion; 7:30 a.
m. Sung Eucharist, Sermon, and
commisioning of Lay Readers:
10:30 a.m. Morning Prayer ana
The Rev. Clarence W. Uayes,
will officiate throughout the day,
and will be tne preacher at the
On Monday at 7:30 p.m., a spe special
cial special meeting will be held for all
the women of St. Christopher's.
A similar meeting for all the men
of the mission will be held on
Wednesday. Both of these meet meetings
ings meetings will be preceded by the ser service
vice service of Evening Prayer.
The Gatun Union Church joins
churches of some 30 denomina
tions in observing National Youth
Week, Ian. 26-Feb 2.
Sunday at the 11 'o'clock service,
which will be built around the
Youth Week theme, "Lord... help
our unbelief," the sermon by the
minister will be "Underlying Un Unbelief."
belief." Unbelief." The anthem will be John
Weatherseed's arrangement of
Charles Wesley's famous hymn,
"Soldiers of Christ, Arise."
The order pi worship will be
couuucieu almost entirety by
young people, including: rmti
dOiuidiuu, nosaiie aauei, Wuuam
L,awitice, Lroy Yveneui, uaue
wmie. ana Vici Fattier; wttn
Grace Argo, organist, and Eagar
Meeting at tne Church School
hour, a.m., the aault Hible
oiass wiU continue its suiotes irom
tne ilook oi a most. ine lesson tor
uus suuuay, "Uou, and l oiuicai
ine regular meeting of the
Youth fellowship win oe helu Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening at :4. All memuers
ot the congregation are invited
to attend tne annual meeting oi
tne General Council of the Union
Curch, Sunday afternoon at 2:30
at the Balboa Union Curch. Choir
rehearsals are held each Monday
and Wednesday evening at :30.
People of all denominational back backgrounds
grounds backgrounds are invited to attend all
Monday at 6:30 p.m. the Men's
Fpllnwshio of the Marearrta Union
Church will hold its annual election
and installation of officers at the
Fnttawinf th hiuinesa session
Lt. Cel. A. L McDuff, command
Issbf saa"snssiaaBw s
Informal lunch in pool
Best of luck to DOTS JA1SVARY, outstanding
golfer, whose participation this weekend
in the 1958 Panama Open Gelf Tournament
is sponsored by this hotel!
ing officer at Fort Davis, will
sptak on bis war-time experiences
oi Europe witu special references
to tae subject Uncovering Hit Hitler's
ler's Hitler's Treasures ".
On Tuesday night, the Women's
Auxiliary of the church will hold
its installation of oificers. Follow Following
ing Following the installation service the
pastor of the church will be the
Sunday will be observed ss
YMCA Sunday. The church has
had intimate contact with tne YM YMCA
CA YMCA through the years. Special li literature
terature literature concerning the "Y" will
be distribuleo. The pastor's ser sermon
mon sermon for the morning is "Incom "Incoming
ing "Incoming Faith Outgoing Life Life-Sunday
Sunday Life-Sunday night will be observed
with s special missionary ser service.
vice. service. Dr. and Mrs. Osa LaPorte
who head the language school in
Costa Rica are presently on the
uthmut Mr. LaPorte will sneak
on thier experiences in the Phil-;
lipine islands aunng tne taw wu.
n.fnr. Heine cantured bv the Pa-
panese and interned in a prison
, 1 I: 1 1 U - Avnita.
camp, mey jiveu iu i
ment and terror as they eluded
h enemv and attempted to car
ry on, thier work.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP) -State
auditors and treasury offi officials
cials officials were happy todsy that Da Da-vtui
vtui Da-vtui Countv Prosecutor Dean H.
Neeriemer is abandoning his
claim for is cents ne saw w
due him on paycheck shortages
dating to 1953; Now the, payroll
account will balance, and the
state will save an estimated $25
to $30 it would have cost to pay
the 1$ cents and fix up the rec
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FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 1951
Arnold Palmer Takes 1 st Round Lead In Open
PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE
Towns CV CB C W L Pet CB
Carta Vija x 6 8 14 11 .560
Cerveza Balboa 7 x 5 12 13 .480 2
Chesterfield 4 7 x 11 13 .458 2j
Lost 11 13 13 37 37
TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium
Carta Vieja (Davie 6-4 and Duser 2-0) vs. Chesterfield
(Osorio 1-2 and O'Reilly 2-2)
Game time 6:30.
TOMORROW NIGHTS GAME
At Olympic Stadium
Cervexa Balboa vs. Chesterfield
At Colon Stadium
Carta Vieja vs. Cerveia Balboa
Game time 10 a.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium
Chesterfield 1, Cerveza Balboa 0.
Shoots hot 66;
69 tops Tyros
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Arnold Palmer, 1956 Panama In Invitational
vitational Invitational Open golf champion yes yesterday
terday yesterday won his way back into the
hearts of a big crowd of spectators
at the Panama Golf Club when he
shot a four-under-par 32 on the
front nine with birdies on 1, 2, 3
On the back nine he continued
his splendid golf, culminating it
with an eagle score en the par 5,
485-yard, No. 17. His second shot
Was on the green about five feet
from the cup and he sank it like
a bullet for a score of 34, a six-un-der-par
total of 66, four above Ro Ro-hprto
hprto Ro-hprto De Vicenzo's record of 62.
Following immediately behind
Palmer were Bob Watson, young
nro from Ohio, and Oswaldo De
Vicenzo, brother of the renowned
Roberto. Both had 68's, with Wat Watson
son Watson scoring 34's with birdies on 3,
10, 13 and 18 and a Deauutui eagie
on No. 5. duplicating Doug San
der's eagle on No. 5 in 1957. Os Oswaldo
waldo Oswaldo had a score of 35-33. with
hirdies on 5. 6. 9. 10. 11 and 12
Powerful George Bayer had a 69
with scores of 35-34, and be eagiea
No. 17 to duplicate Palmer's feat
In addition, Bayer had birdies on
3, 5, 12 and 15 to Help Ms score.
Roberto -de Vicenzo also had a 69,
to remain within three strokes of
Palmer's score. Scoring 35-34, Ro Roberto
berto Roberto had birdies on 3, 8, 13 and
Art Wall. Jr.. waving with Bay
er and Dow Finsterwald, had two
35' s for a total of 70, to tie ForKy
Oliver in the running.
Oliver threatened to wipe De vi
cenzo's course record of 62 from
the hooks when he came in with a
32 to tie Palmer's score, and he
'continued when he scored another
bird on No. 10.
However, he ran into trouble on
I No. 12, when his drive rested wim-
in an inch of the out-of-bounds, re requiring
quiring requiring a decision from the referee.
Porky took a 7 on No. 12. which
ran him into a 38 on the back nine,
and a total of 70. In scoring his 32
on the front. Oliver scored birdies
on holes No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 as well
as 7. He was five under par going
into No. 12, when he ran Into trou
The scores of the pro golfers for
the first 18 holes are:
Palmer ; 32-34-86
0. de Vicenzo 35-33-68
R. De Vicenzo 35-34-69
Bayer .. i S5-34-69
Oliver .. 8Z-3B to
Metz .. .. .. .. .. 38-3371
Finsterwald .. u. 35-3871
Ford .... 37-37-74
iMacarron SB-40 78
Martinez Predicts Win Over
Bourne; Sykes Next for Title
League leading Carta Vieja
Meets Surging Chesterfield
189 168 187 544
140 152 175 467
160 153 187 500
168 186 174 528
168 154 136 458
125 H3 15 2497
Third Week Collins
Ponsi.r.nla is continuing their Tully
Hri for this half ai thev won Guest
three points from -the Shriners to Martin
stay on top of the neap as me
third week ends. Bowling almost
scratch, their usually large nanai nanai-cap
cap nanai-cap has helped but this time they
done it on their own. Leading the
.Qvia Rnvs was Tom with a 498
series as Carpenter lea me snnne nvou naoiors
with a 493. Colonial Insurance
The As moved into a tie ior uupan motors
second as they split with the Elks Abattoir Nacional
No. 1542. Pietrowskis senea rasco iHauery
was high for the Acos and also Tahiti Jewely
tor Class A series. Bartram's 559 APA
led the Elkmen. Spauldmg Dot
I'ooo Vnhrne enn fin t Bet Starl-
a .nrf HrnnneH three noints to Colpan 2 Tivoll Motors 1
Wricht Plumbers. Only man in By Virtue of APA whitewashing
" Tn... ........... TCm.N Xf.U..
the "500 series Was HOSans 3J.I VUivumi uhiuuiw xiruu muiuis
whinh led the Yohoros men. increased their league lead to
Grant's Standfast has yet to win two points, even wrougn losing
a point this hall as they droppea meir maicn 10 lqipan motors,
frair tn the Police Assn. Stewart's Colpan Motors Minor, 502; B.
544 series led the Cops ana too Hooens, &; vt Kuav, ai; Art
Class B series while Tuuys suo nooens, r, Don auay, sm.
was good enough for C 1 a s s C. Tivoh Motors Rogers, 417;
Brooks had Ms oesi series uus uunn, w; iu ocnmiai, oa; n.
half as he led the Grants with a Schmidt, 445; Coffey, 139
APA J Colonial insurance n
Earl Best was the "hieh flier"
w for APA in their white-washing
11 1 of Colonial Insurance. Colonial In
9 3 Uurance was minus Bob Toland or
9 3 things might have been different.
APA Soyster, 508; P. Best,
6 6 418; (Blind 327 1 Fistonich. 541:
3 F.arl Rent flfil
" Colonial Insurance Klumpp,
v u it I'nlpmin AM- Vn 179-
Brown, 409; Blind, 516,
Leading bantamweight contend
er Claudio Martinez, who fights
former 118-pound champ Melvin
Bourne is a ten round return
match Sunday at the National
Gym. has signed to meet newly
crowned bantam king Edwin
Sykes in a title bout March 9.
Martines. who decisroned Bourne
and lost bv TKO in their two
previous meetings, has never
Sykks became champion last
Sundav. nieht by knocking out
Toto Ibarra m the 13th round of
a scheduled 15-rounder at the
National Gym. Toto announced his
retirement immediately after we
bout was over.
The title had been vacant since
Bourne lost it on the scales in
November when he failed to make
the weight limit in a champion championship
ship championship match against Claudio.
Martinez, a fine boxer who al also
so also packs a good punch, says he
expects to beat Bourne by deci
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The league-leading Carta Vieja Yankees, who
are scheduled to play the Chesterfield Smokers in a
doubleheader tonight at the Olympic Stadium, ap apparently
parently apparently have found a new formula for gaining on
second-Dlace Cerveza Balboa.
Starting time for tonight's game has been set
for 6:30 in order to allow the fire victim's being
housed at the stadium enough time to finish their
26-28 1 sion. He was six pounds lighter
Elks No. 1542
than his rival in the November
bout.' This time the weight limit
set at 123 pounds, with Bourne
standing to lose a 5500 weight for
feit is he is overwieght.
A resident of Colon, Claudio
trains at the Colon Arena, while
Bourne, who was born and bred
in the Chorrillo district of Pana Panama
ma Panama City, works out at the Nation National
al National Gym.
In Sunday's six-round semifinal
one-time promising lighweight
Herbert Douglas, who is beginning
a comeback after a year of inac
tivity, engages Fenley Hooker.
Hooker will be appearing for the
first time since he dropped a
verdict to veteran Sammy Medi
na late last year.
Two four-round prelims round
out the four-boat card which was
chawn up by promoter Edgar
The program will be broadcast
exclusively by Radio Panamerica Panamerica-na.
na. Panamerica-na. General admission is $1.
The Yankees, remained idle 'or
two days, put up a full game on the
Beer men Dy virtue oi v,nesvi ucm 9
4-2 win Wednesday and 1-0 victory
last night, over the Beermen.
Carta Vieja is now two games m
front and Chesterfield two and a
half games from the lead.A double
Smoker win tonight would put them
in second place, a half game out of
first place, leaving the Beermen in
the cellar by the same margin.
The Yankees, big winner Jerry
Davie (6-4), and Carl Duser (2-01
will face Mamavila Osorio (1-2)
and Jim O'Reilly (2-2) on the
Abattoir Nacional 1
Spaulding Dot 1
Abattoir Nacional moved into
112 151 150 413
145 156 170 471
161 62 75 498
35 170 148 453
693 790 775 2258 Slull,i.( not M.e
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Sandv Hinkl. Canal Zone a ma- (Blind
teur champion of 1957, presently
attending Duke University, had a
33-36 for a total 69 to lead the am
ateurs. Birdies on 5, 7 and 9, with
oars on the other six holes, gave
Hinkle a fine 3-under-par. On the
i back 9, he bogeyed 13 but birdied
17 to come in with a par 36.
Behind Hinkle came George fti
ley of Summit, who had a 34-37 for
71, while Johnny MacMurray,
four-time winner of the open, nad
35-37 for 72 with Bill LeBrun of
Panama, who had 35-3772. Ama
teur scores were as follows:
LeBrun .. .. .. .. .. .. 35-3772
Nevergall .. .. 37-37-74
C. MacMurray r 34-40-74
DesLondes, Jr 37-38-75
Moran 38-38 76
Col. Babb 38-38-76
J. Kline .. 37-40-77
Morrice .. ..' 39-3978
Capt. Jaggers 40-38-78
Col. Donovan 39-3978
V. Lombroia 40-3979
Lewter .. 41-38-79
Daniel .. 39-4079
Dela Guardia .. .. .. .. 39-41-80
Capt. May .. .. 41-41-82
Set. Kline 4Z-40-z
De SoU .. .. 4141-82
Lally ? 4043-83
Kincaid ., 47-88-85
Glickenhouse .. 45-40-85
F. Guirola .. 41-44-85
F. Guirola .. ..41-44-85
Massot .. .. 4642-88
Capt. Cheney 4648-89
R. Guirola .. .: .. .. .. 5143-04
, .. 46-50-96
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w w 1ST 411 A- Colclasure, '52; MrSlbritton,
ae i aw itt
Spauldtag Dot Barbour. 524:
n ii i if ij i n
134 161 158 453 "yer, m ; wuma nney,
102 164 118 384 vw' w oyer,
1MB lift IM 119 W. 1
iaa i4A 156 488 Taaee Battery 1 Tahiti Jewelry 1
is 170 158 517 Tasco Battery broke the tie
tjx too 7 mi from last week with Tahiti Jewel
ry Dy iaKing tnem over, none of
134 137 135 426 1 the scores were outstanding, both
164 174 141 479 me games were close,
145 188 145 478 Tasco Battery Bilcer, 548;
157 181 148 486 oagers, 4 9; T, Lowande, 412;
U4 144 144 432 Meianson. 513: Ed Lowande. 514.
744 144 713 2301 Tahiti Jewelry V. Camby, 491
3 3 3 9 rneima uamby, 474; Hicks. 429:
HI 4T 1U Mil r.nh K10. T. .an
Don't forget to enter the City
Tournament Contact your league
secretary ior entry Dianjcs.
Robinson, cf .,
IT A ll man A
r. usono, n
Bobby Prescott's single in the
bottom of the first inning pushed
en unearned run across the plate
for all he scoring in last night's
garrie, and was sufficient to give
rookie Jese Lisondro his first
Pro League victory.
CV starter Lev Spencer, who was
the victim of a costly error by sec second
ond second baseman Hector Lopez, was
charged with his third defeat a
PAinst one win.
After Clvde Parrls. Smoker lead-
off batter, had been retired, pitch pitcher
er pitcher to first in the opening frame,
Manito Bernard lined a single to
center for the first hit of the game.
Eddie Napoleon then hit into
what should have been an easy
force play at second. Shortstop
Clarence Moore tiewea tne oau
and threw to Lopez covering, but
Lnnez droDoed the ball, and both
runners were safe, with Bernard
comine home later on Prescott's
Ah r H o a lino shot to center.
. - j w nv.. i
spencer maae jmarcus w
to left for the second out, gave up
hase on balls to Elias Osorio and
then forced Hank Mitchell to pop
up to first to end tne inning.
dro to held the Beermen score score-Jass
Jass score-Jass in the game that lasted on only
ly only one hour and 58 minutes the
shortest nine-inning, contest of
In the fourth Moore singled to
lead off, Herman Charles flied to
right for the first out, and Leon
Kellman then hit into a short-to-second-to-first
The next Smoker twinkilling
came in the ninth. Floyd Robinson,
who went hitless last night,
grounded to second for the first
Moore eot his second single of
fee contest but the keystone com combination
bination combination went into action again as
Charles hit to Bernard at short
who tossed to Parris at second to
force Moore for the second out.
The game ended when Parris
threw to Elias Osorio at first to
complete the doubleplay.
Lisondro, who gave up six hits,
including two to Lopez, fanned one
and walked two. Lopez boosted bis
league leading average to .423.
Spencer, who was relieved by
Carlos Thorne in the seventh, al allowed
lowed allowed five of the Smokers six safe
ties. He gave up one free pass and
struck out four.
Parris, 2b 4
Bernard, ss ... 4
Napoleon, If 4
Prescott, rf 4
Cobos, c 4
E. Osorio, lb 2
Mitchell, cf 3
Heron, 3b 3
Lisondro, p ... 3
Hulka 171 157 167 495
Moorman 157 153 175 485
Stilson 162 173 142 477
Pietrowski 179 215 185 579
Hoppe I 163 136 169 488
852 834 2524
Elks Ne. 1542
Peters 150 194 172 516
Stone 131 121 136 388
Orvis 200 137 122 459
Bartram 202 204 153 559
Colbert 147 150 187 483
830 804 770 2404
39 39 39 117
849 845 M9 2521
Grants Standfast x
Graham 133 145 161 446
Brooks 191 180 160 531
Johnson 176 143 175 494
DeVoll 27 156 139 422
St. John 168 176 157 496
m too mute
4 4 4 12
7M 104 803 1401
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Turner's 9th Inning
Single Gives Kobbe
Win Over Albrook
Two deublylays helped Lison- paign ends.
The stocky righthander plteheil
himself out of a tight jam in the
fourth after Osorio singled and
Mitchell doubled with no outs.
Spencer got out of the hole by
striking out Carles Heron, get getting
ting getting Lisondro en a grounder to
short and fanning Parris for the
Smoker righthander Jim DePalo
left for his U. home last night
due to the serious illness of his
mother. DePalo, who had a 2-3
record ion the season, whtnot re return1
turn1 return1 tn Pantlna before the cam-
0 6 24 10
0 0 7
0 0 1
0 3 3
31 1 6 27 15
x-Grounded out for Spencer in
ALTNATIC LILI LIAGUf
(Standings January 12)
W L WD
5 0 0
Mutual of Omaha
3 1 1V4
2 2 2Vi
2 2 2
1 3 3
Seere By Innings
Cerveza Balboa 000 000 000-0 6
Chesterfield looooooox-t 6
SUMMARY Error: Lopez
Runs batted in: Prescott. Earned
runs: None. Two-base bit: Mitch Mitchell.
ell. Mitchell. Doubleplay: Bernard, Parris,
E. Osorio (2). Sacrifice hit: Kell
man. Struck oat by Spencer 4. Li-
Riehtftelder Tom Turner linH sondro 2. Left on base: Cerveza
a sinele to leftfield to brine in Balboa 6, Chesterfield 7. Pitchers
the winning For Kobbe rally in record: Spencer 1 run, 5 hits in 6
the bottom of the ninth inning, 'innings. Winning pitcher: Lison-
to give the Regulars a 2-1 win dro (1-2). Losing pitcher: Spencer
going away and over his right
The box score:
Old Jimmy Foxx
Back On Red Sox
Payroll As Coach
BOSTON. Jan. 34 UPHJimmie
Foxx. one of baseball's greatest
hitters, was back in the sport he
loved today, ms financial future
The famed "Double-X". who
Keyd every position but second
ts during a slugging 20-year
career in the majors, was named
a coach of the Boston Red Sox'
top farm club, the Triple-' Mm
neapolis Millers of the American
In addition. Foxx revelad that
he was considering collaborating
career, that negotiations were un underway
derway underway for a television film of his
life and a speakmg tour.
Foxx, who earned $207,000 as a
player, was reported jobless and
nearly broke just a week ago. He
came to Boston from his Florida
home to be a guest at the Bos
ton Jtsaseoail writers' dinner. As
his financial plight became knwon
some 20 job offers poured iSn.
But the 50-year-old Foxx had
eyes for only a basrball berth and
agreed to the Red Sox farm post
even before checking some of the
t a i L a t
letters, leiegrama ana pnone cans
over the Albrook Flyers at Kob-
be s Kancher Field. Wednesday
With the score knotted at M eo-
ing into the canto, catcher Lennie
Gittens got on bsse with an error
and stole second base. The pitch
er, Doug Norton, walked and then
came the deciding blow.
AiorooK picked up the initial tal
ly of the contest in the fourth in inning.
ning. inning. Leftfielder Arnie Daniel led
off with a base hit and advanced
to second base when the outfield
er bobbled the ball. Catcher Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Lopez then slammed a long
triple scoring Daniel. On the en ensuing
suing ensuing play, Lopez attempted to
steal home but was thrown out,
catcner to the third baseman.
The Regulars tied the score in
the seventh stanza by virtue of
an error and base hits by short-
snop JLarry stockstm and third
baseman Bill Poulos.
Turner and second baseman iBtll
Bridges paced the Kobbe hitters
with two base knocks apiece.
Daniel led the Albrook batters
with three hits in three-times-at-bat.
Both pitchers went the .route with
Norton getting the win (2-1) and
Greenfield the loss (2-2).
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Holly
Mims, 156, Washington, B.C. and
Bobby Boyd, 161V4, Chicago,
BILLINGS, Mont. Lou Bailey,
167tt. Peoria. HI., decisioned Jim
Jegerle, 162, St. Paul, Minn.,
(1-3). Umpires: Hilzinger. Moore.
Thornton. Time of game: 1:58.
Fort Amador Edges
Army Atlantic 2-1
' The Fort Amador Troopers took
advantage of a costly Army A A-tlantic
tlantic A-tlantic error in the fourth inning
to eke out a close 2-1 win at Fort
Davis, Wednesday afternoon.
With the Score tied at 1-1 and
one out in the top of the fourth
Trooper centerfielder Hern Da Daniel
niel Daniel drew a base on balls and
stole second base. Then came the
costly error. First baseman Char Charlie
lie Charlie Wright slammed a drive to
leftfield which the fielder tried to
grab on a shoe-string catch and
dropped. Wright went to second
and Daniel came home with what
proved to be the winning counter.
Amador took the lead in the
openning canto when shortstop
Mike Rivera drew a walk, was
sacrificed around to third and scor
ed on an infield out.
Army Atlantic tied the store in
the third stanza when left fielder
Bob StaBworth singled, went to
second on a wild pitch, advanced
to third on an infield out and scor scored
ed scored on an infield out.
No one got over we hit for
either team and Amador's right
fielder, Neil O'Donnell, got the on only
ly only extra base hit of the game, a
Amador hurler Jack Kips went
the route to pick up the win, his
second in three decisions. BUI Hat Hat-ley
ley Hat-ley piched 2 2-2 innings and was
Mondav afternoon Coca Cola de
feated Mutual of Omaha, 13 to 9
in a wild ball game played at Mar-
garni liiiue league nciu.
Coca Cola trailed for three in
ninas until they exploded in the
fourth and fifth for ten runs. Bob
Hauser was Mutual's starting and
losing t wirier, while Ralph Bend Bender
er Bender went the route for the Cola club
and his second win of the year.
Ronnie Riefkohl relieved Hauser
in the fourth and finished up for
Dave Wlider was a standout at
the plate with four hits in four
trips. Mike Bursa's triple and Bob
Hutchings double were the only
extra base hits of the game.
Christoph-c 3 0 0 0
Motta-lb 2 0 11
Henriquez-2b 2 0 10
Hickey3b 2 0 0 0
Alberga-p 2 0 0 0
Murraycf 2 0 0 1
Urriola-lf 2 0 0 0
Ebdon-ss 2 0 0 0
Wiberg-rf 2 0 0 0
Totals 19 12 2
Crump2b 3 6 6 0
McEJhone-ss 3 2 2 0
Will-lb 8 110
Karpinski-3b 2 110
Carpenter-c 2 0 2 0
Park-p a 0 0 0
Barber-lf 2 6 0 0
Cooper-cf 10 0 0
Cardenrf 10 0 0
Mason-cf j 0 0 0 0
Favorite-rf 1 0 0 0
Totals SO 4 0
The box score:
Score by innings
Coca Cola 0 1 2 6 4-13 12 7
Mutual 3122 1 9 46
3 10 1
4 2 4 0
4 2 11
3 2 12
2 2 10
3 3 2 0
4 0 2 4
4 0 0 1
31 13 12 7
4 2 12
3 10 0
3 2 0 0
3 12 1
2 0 0 0
2 16 0
1 0 0 0
1 0 01
22 4 6
In one of the finest games of the
eason, the Police Pals downed
the Pirates 4 to 0 .behind the al
most perfect oitchins of Al Pask
The game was played on Tuesday
afternoon and was the fifth
straight win for the Policemen.
Park-faced only nineteen men
in his whitewash job, walked none
and allowed only two hits. His op opponent,
ponent, opponent, Dougie Alberga also pitch pitched
ed pitched a fine earn and deserved a bet
ter fate than his second loss of
Outstanding feats of the game
were Kenny Karpinski's out of
the park home run, the first of the
year, and Mickey sacfiinone
charged with his first loss. Hr catch of Doogie Afterge's
Score by innings
Police 2 0 2 0 0 x 460
The coming Elks team made it
two in a row by beating the Le Legion
gion Legion 11 to 4 in their game on
Wednesday afternoon. Nicky
Brooks of the Elks came on in re
lief in the first and pitched hitless
Bobby Acheson was the Elks
starter and lasted for two nuts (and
4 runs before being relieved by
Brooks. Greg Hakanson worked
four innings for the Legion with
nenry onirx iimsning up. NlCKy
Brooks was the winner,whlle Ha Hakanson
kanson Hakanson took the loss. There were
no extra base nits in the game and
the leading batters werl Pancho
MOtta and Frankie Brooks with
two hits each.
The box score:
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from 23 states.
has to wins. a hit in the fifth. He took tne nau
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Skal Club Handicap Headlines Remon Track Card
FUMY. JAMjARY 24, Iftt
Embrujada Top Choices
Tomorrow's main event t the President Remon
rwetrsck will be the S600 Skal Club Handicap, a six
furlong sprint for fourth series imported thorouf h-
The race is being run in honor of the visiting,
members of the Miami Skal club who were invi ted
to Panama by the local chapter of the Skal Club, am
.fftti.u r h international Organization of
aiimaic vi nv -.
cutives of the Tourist Industry.
miUi and Fernando Alvaro will
PALOMAS TRIUMPH OVER
PUMAS IN SLUGFEST !3-
By BRINK MILLER
These three speedster are ex expected
pected expected to more- than make up in
thrills what this field lacks in num number.
ber. number. Eric, once one of the most con consistent
sistent consistent local performers, will prob probably)
ably) probably) off the mutuels favorite on
the strength of his eye popping
1:333-5 under wraps for a mile last
week. However, mui uc icmw...
bered that Eric is now on an in-and-outer
that one week looks like a
champion arid the other like the
worst plug in training.
Delta, another inconsistent racer,
could score easily if allowed to set
his pace in hand. This Argentine Argentine-bred
bred Argentine-bred front-runner is a proven quit quitter,
ter, quitter, usually giving up at the first
Gramilla, a good and consistent
sprinter when in top form, returns
from a layoff under a new owner
and trainer. She could be the win winner
ner winner here but is more or less a ques question
tion question mark because she was per performing
forming performing below par when sold.
Hustling Heliodoro Gustines will
guide his grandfather's Eric, Ruben
Vasquez will do the booting on Gra-
honHio Delta's reins
The secondary attraction pits aa aa-nther
nther aa-nther frouo of sixth series racers
against each other in a Sew su
f...in anrint. Sunfiir. which re-
t,.rm from a layoff; Embrujada
The Palomas and the Pumas
met yesterday in a slugging battle
from which the Palomas emerged
victorious on the long end of a 13-
It was a wild game rn which the
Palomas scored their 13 runs on
11 hits, and the Pumas tallied nine
times on seven base blows.
The spectators saw the Palomas
turns from aiayon, 7"J draw first blood, by scoring three
Gouvernant, Greco, Crews HiU ""j,, in th first inning on a single
Manandoagua will battle it out m,b Ajht t homerun b R4fngtb.
Eight other interesting races are
included on an attractive card that
offers possibilities of tome juicy upsets.
By CON R A DO
1 Violin Viti. (t)
2 Csrtillero (t)
4 Radical (t)
1 Orty Juan
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Raet, th Series Imp. Ffs. Purse $400
FIRST RACI OP TNR DOUBLE
Peel Closes 1:00
2 Silver Heels
105 Has beaten better 4-1
A. Credidio 113 -Ran well in last 2-1
3 Fehrero II J. Phillips 108 Could be upsetter 5-
4- The Gipsy B. Aguirre 110 Depends on start 3-2
5- Jpe's Fiddling F. Hidalgo HO -Usually gets left EVEN
6- (Vion Viejo A. Vasquez 113 Showing improvement EVEN
2nd Rate, ith Series Imp. I Pfs. Purse S40O Peel Closes 1:31
er and a tingle by Huddleston
They came up with four more in
the second on a base on balls, an
error, another hit -by Ahston, and
a homer by Huddleston.
They pushed across two more
in the fourth on a base on balls
and a single by Kathgaber, one
in the fifth on a double by Pajak
and a beautiful squeeze bunt by
Browder to break a 9-9 tie, and fin
ished their scoring with three in
the sixth on a single by Russ, Rath
gaber's second homer of the game,
also his third hit, a single by
Huddleston, his third hit and an
other double by Pajak
The Pumas broke into the scor scoring
ing scoring column with one run in the
second oh a baa on balls and
singles by Schwarzrock tod Bate
man. They picked up one in the
third on walk, a pasted ball,
and an error, two in the fourth on
two bate on balls, a hit batsman,
and a single by Rowan, and fmish
ed up their scoring with five runs
in the fifth on two bases on halls
and three, consecutive singles by
Pearl, Schwarzrock. ana Bateman.
The final Puma hit was a single
by Bateman in the sixth, his third
hit of the came
The leading hitters were: for the
Pumas: Bateman 3 for 4 and Sch Schwarzrock
warzrock Schwarzrock 2 for 3. For4 the Palo
mas: Rathgaber and Huddleston
each with 3 for 4, ashton 2 for 3,
and Pajak 2 for 4.
The box score:
(a) Ran for Russ
Motta's continued thier winning
ways, coming out on top of Buick
5 to 2. Brian Lutz went the route
for his second win, and thought
not as fast as he was in hit pre previous'
vious' previous' start, was nonetheless ef effective.
fective. effective. The Mottas again scored early,
taking advantage of Ed Donohues'
wildness, three walks, a hit bats batsman,
man, batsman, and Arington's single to
left, brought in three runs and
enough to win the. ball game, un unearned
earned unearned runs in the third and fifth
completed their scoring.
Biilison scored Buick's first run
against Brian, on a two base er error,
ror, error, a passed ball and a wild
nitch. The final run was also a
lift, with Jeff Leon scoring on a
fielders choice, a wild pitch and
an error on Wainro's ground ball
Earned runs: Pumas S Palomas
. Winnings oitcher-Rathtaber Los
ing pitcher Pearl. Bate on balls
off Ratheaber-7, Schwarzrock 1,
Pearl 1. S.O. -Rathgaber-5, ,Sch
warzrock 3' Umps. P. Corrtgan
and F. Corrigan. Time: 1 hr. 32 m
The box score:
Collet Basketball Results
Armv 81 Hartwick 72
Springfield 61 iNew Hampamre 37
Duquesne 07 Toledo 54
St. Bonaventure 09 Niagara N
Auburn so Georgia Tech 72
S. Carolina St. 82 Allen U. 87
Kentucky Wet. 99 Florida Sou. 65
High Point 65 Elon 55
Eastern Ky. 72 Murray State 64
Kent St. 91 Baldwin Wallace 74
Loyola (111.) 86 Wett. Mich. 58
Washington (Mo.) 67 Centenary 64
Concordia (Minn.) 82 Morrhead77
Leon cf, 3b
Wainio 3b, lb
iBath lb, p
JO 1 3
EGYPTIAN WINS EASILY
COLOGNE, German (yUP
Former Wimbledon champion Jar Jar-oslav
oslav Jar-oslav Drobny of Egypt had an
easy time heating Artur Schroed Schroed-er
er Schroed-er of Germany, 6-2, 6-4, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday m the German Indoor tennis
championships. The win moved
the self-exiled Czech into the
SECOND RACB OP THE DOUBLE
4 Cypress Bull
h B. Bvjt, HO
B. Aguirre 11
R. Vasquez 115
J. Phillips 110
F. Alvarez 113
A. Vasquez 118
H. Gustines 113
Would pay oft here
Fractious in gate
Will fight it out
Distance to liking
Better this week
-Nothing in months
Should beat these
3rd Race, "F" Native
I Fas. Purse S37I
Peel Closes 2:00
A. Yeaza 110 Favorite distance' 5-2
E. Ortega 100 Better than ever 5-2
B. Baeza 113 Speed to spar EVEN
R. Cristian 115 Back in top form 24
G. Sanchez 112 Poor effort in last 1 3-1
4th Rate, "C" Native I Fs. Purs 37t
Pool Closes 2:30
1 El Pequefto B. Baeza 110 Beit recent race 3-2
2 Golden Moon J. Phillips 106 Distance handicaps 15-1
3 La Gazza Lidra A. Credi. 108 Returns in good snap 3-1
4 Sidtrtl A. Alfaro lOOx -Usually fractious 4-1
5 Folletito H. Gurtine 108 -Can't be overlobkod 5-2
8 (Radical B. Aguirre 113 Poor recent race 3-2
7 (Guacamaya M. Hurley 112 Vastly improved 8-2
Sth Rite, -"Specitl" Natives S F. Purse $375
Peel Closet 3:M
4 Don Manuel
5 San Cristobal
B. Baeza 108 Should (core on form 3-2
T. Godoy 116 Usually close up 8-1
J. Cadogan 100 Rider handicaps 4-1
A. Ycaza 112 Hat late foot 104
G. Sanchez 1)8 By far the best EVEN
S. Carvtjtl 106 -Fair effort in last s-2
4th Race, 4th Strict Imp. 4 Fas. Purs $400
FIRST RACB OF THE DOUBLE
Peel Cletet 3:44
1 Greco H.. Rult 102 Wit never better S-i
2 Embrujada B. Aguirre 110 Back in winning form EVEN
3 Gouvernant K. vatquez in -Sizzlmg workouts
4 Crews Hill A. Gonzalet 108 Worse each time out
5 Manandoagua E. Ortega 103 Could surprise
6 Sunfair G. Rivera 1)8 In fight to finish
7th Race, Sth Series Imp. 7 Fat. Purt $500 Pool Closes 4:1$
SBCOND RACE OF TNR DOUBLE
1 Contralor T. Alvarez 108 Lack early speed io-l
3 Diocese B. Baeta 113 Vastly improved 31
3 El Agheila H. Gustines 105 Usually close up 5-2
4 Elko J. Phillips 1)3 Would pay off again 10-1
5- (Geyaer R. Criitian 108 -Returns in good shape 3-2
6 (Plateado B. Aguirre 110 Could help entrymate 3-2
7 Polo Magnetlco) G. San. 1)5 -Form Indicate EVEN
8 Aguador) G. Rivera 115 Depend on entrymate EVEN
Sth Rate, 4th Series Imp. 4 Fot. Pun 400
Peel Clotts 4:4$
i 1 Ocala Miss
4 Grey Juan
E. Ortega 106
J. Jimenez 1)5
R. Vasquez 113
A. Credidio 112
6- Princesa Vanidad H. Gus. 110
7- Elegido J. Phillips 110
Fair effort in last 5-1
-Ret,urja from layoff 5-1
Has Beaten better 4-1
-Seems "sure thing" EVEN
Could make it here 2-1
Improved this week S-2
Doesn t seem likely 10-1
th Race, 4th Srls, Imp. I Fas. Purs 3400
1 Thunderstreak R. Vasquez 115 Will fight it out
2 Joselito H. Gustines 113 -Gets ttiif test hart
3 Vergnieux T. Alvarez 115 Form' indicates
4 Ornamental Star Baeza 115 Rates fair chance
5 Empire Cross A. Credidio 108 Distance handicaps
6 My Friend J. Phillips 104 Strong effort in last
7 ChiviBngo C. Bovil 115 Has good workouts
Peel Closes 5:1$
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Stat Signal-Stat double-face Directional
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Signal-dtat Combination Stop,
Toil and Directional Lamp for
roar of vehicle. Just one twitch
and 4 lampa.
HIRE S NOW IT WORKS
1 FOR TURNING AND PASSING-A touch of the aignrf lever on the
famous "SlOfLAXK" twitch makes both front and rear lampa on either
tide of the vehicle flash clear, powerful, beamed patterns of light for
turning right or loft or changing lanes to pass. Signal-Stat aouMe-faoa
lamps on front of vehicle flash mmber forward, red to roar; singfe-face rear
lamps flash red . unmistakable warning to others on tho road.
2 FOR STOPPING OR BRAKING The asm Signal-Stat Lamps alto
provide a bright, powerful warning when brakes are applied. The scien scientifically
tifically scientifically designed reflectors and lenses, which make them so highly visible
as Directional Signals, furnish maximum Stop Light protection on
both aides of the vehicle.
J FOR TAR LIGHT PIOTICTION-Constant protection while driving at
night is setured, since these tame remarkable combination reel lamp alto
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ordinary tail lights'. . on both sides of the vehicle.
4 FOR EMERGENCY ROADSIDE PARKING-"Sigflarb" provides dis disabled
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opens the cab door. Just a flick of the special wing lever on the switch and
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TW"'"" H. Gustines 110 Should score agtin
3 Delta F. Alvarez 115 Distance to liking
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attractive one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment on last floor of new build building
ing building "PORTOFINO" en 68 Struct,
El Cangrejo. Hot .water connec connections,
tions, connections, laundry facilities, garage,
etc. Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Apartment unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished pleasant surroundings,
two bedroom, two bathroom, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room, laundry. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista 44th Street No. 32.
y HINRY CLARK
Wen Lost Pet.
Cerveceria Nacional 5 0 1.000
Abernathy Unisport ..4 1 .800
Ft. Clayton 2 2 .'500
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. .. 1 4 ,200
Libby Fooda 0 S .000
Jan. 24: Ft. Clayton ti libby
Jan. 27: Abernathy unisport vs
Jan. 28: Libby Foods vi Ft. Kob
be Hq. Co. lit Battle Group.
Jan. 29: Ft. Clayton ti Aberna
Cerveceria Nacional Wins Fifth
Hitting power aided unbeaten
Cerveceria Nacional Pan Liquido
to overturn Ft Kobbe's Ho. Co. 1st
Battle Group 12-to-2 and gave "Big
Mac" Lane his fifth pitching tri triumph
umph triumph in five starts. Both Lane and
his team are at present enjoying a
winnine streak record of five wins
cerveceria wacionai ran juiqui juiqui-do's
do's juiqui-do's run scoring surprised the
fans as the game took one hour
and five minutes. Lewis Auletti,
for the Sykes, was touched
for an even amount of twelve hits
snd twelve runs.
Both teams enjoyed a big first
inning. The regulars from Ft. Kob
be knocked Lane in the curtain
lifter for three consecutive singles,
sacrifice and a fielder's choice
to score their only two runs. Two
additional hits connected off Lane
came in the sixth after four swift
innings passsed. Garcia and Zar-
gon followed each other witn long
singles. Pinch-hitter Scott then1
bunted in the seventh to complete
Kobbe's six hits.
Riehtfielder Blog's homer in the
first and three doubles brought the
Beermen's total extra-basehits to
four, the most in any of their1
games so far.
Torn Ostrea, centerfielder for
Pan Liquido, took hitting honors
with three-in-three and three runs
Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co. 200 000 0- 2
Cervecerna Nacional 406 200 X 12
Abernathy Unisport Gains en
Second place Abernathy Unisport
gained ground on Pan Liquido and
will decide on Monday wno win
maintain the league lead as the
season's play goes into its third
Tuesday. Abernathy had no mer
cy on wild Durett, Libby Foods
southpaw hurler. Sinking the Food
producers deeper into the cellar
position, Abernathy Unisport tallied
eleven runs to win 11 to 3. Fritz
Cheney twirled his second wi i over
Libby Foods as he beat them in
the loop's second game 11-to-l.
Ace reliever Hampton went on
relief duty in the second inning
when the Abernathy boys were go
ing wild. Seven runs crossed the
plate on two hits but Hampton was
able to control the sporting goods
representatives for the rest of the
encounter. Abernathy Unisporters
had only five hits to their credit
Six singles and a double were
made off Cheney who, after the
second inning had the losers fly
ing out twelve times. Manager Bill
De La Mater led his team with two
singles in three trips while Ray
Nesbitt had two for three for the
Score By Innings
Libby Foods 102 000 0 3
Abernathy Unisp. 170 300 x 11
Corner "H" k Darien St.
LRATB TOim AO WITH ONB
INTERNAL. OB PUBUCACIONI
eaun a. t wees e snusseuaun
PARHACU LUX-IU Central A venae
VAN-DER-JIS e Street No. SS 0) FARMACIA KL MTmnMTeraw Ufevre t
the Bella Taste Theatre, e COLON: Central Avenue H.1S5 Tel 431
FOR SALE: 6 cylinder 1953
Pontiac. new battery and tires.
Radio $850.00. A-1 condition.
Phon. 1770 Colon.
temperature of the sun
155 Central Are.
Mail order phone 2-2316
With F 12 Lens
Panama N. lork Col6n
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
February t, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
TRY OUR SPECIAL
Monday thru Thursday
Balboa Service Center
Beauty Shop Upstairs
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Winning their first game of the
season, Gibraltar unleashed a hit hitting
ting hitting barrage thta left their oppo opponents,
nents, opponents, the Elks, two runs behind.
Both teams hit consistently but
Gibraltar bats were comparable to
an artillery battery.
Pitching for Gibraltar was Her-
many; for the Elks, Matheny and
Hunt, Ebdon and Hermany con
nected for two, three and two bits
each, for the Elks.
The final score of the slugfest
was 8-6 in favor of Gibraltar.
Elks Ab R H
Stoops 10 0
Gangle .. 3 2 2
Stoudnor 2 l 0
McGrath .. .. .. ., ..212
Berger 2 0 0
Hummel 1 0 0
Brown 2 0 0
Matheney 0 1 1
Baughner ., 3 1
Hunt .. 4 1
Ebdon 3 2
Hermany 3 1
Belden 3 1
Barrett 1 0
Thompson, R, .. .. ..3 0 1
Rathgaber .. .. 11 1
Crosby 3 1 1
Eight runs, 11 hits, 5 errors.
Nine-three was the result of
Wednesday's abttle tbetween Po Police
lice Police and Seymour, in favor of Po Police.
lice. Police. Srvmnur seems to he in a slumn
hut thov or still in thn rarp with
the likes of players such as Mdses.1
Perkins and Coy. Coy and Moses
are outstanding in the hitting de department,
partment, department, while Perkins has prov proven
en proven to be a reliable pitcher.
Riley, Police pitcher, not only
pitches a whale of a ball game,
but ca nalso be relied upon for a
hit in every game. Weade and Ri Riley
ley Riley are two of the most powerful
hitters, in the league.
Police Ab R H I
Catron 2 1 0
Darden 4 0 0
Riley 3 3 2
8 OR OCR OrnCBB AT 1J-11 "V WTREBT, '$,A .".S TpArSaCI
i Plate g CA8A f ALDO-Central Ave. IS O tMS!uFil JhwMkCI VtiiOM-J Cents
'if J UK 8BRVICK-AV.. TTV.I1 J. 4jl SoSnen. Ave and S3 SMPAR
- tlh of Juls Ave. A J Rt
mm Jfu avo. at t mm. m Lawn
HOCSFJtOLO KXCHA.NGF J Fa. eo
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and house for rent
with maid- For appointment call
NOTICE OF SALI
The following property, assets
of the estate of Robert G. ful fuller,
ler, fuller, deceased, presently located
in house 043 1 -A. Frangipani
street, Anton, Canal Zone, are
offered for sale to the highest
Such may be inspected in the
apartment en Saturday morning,
January 25, 1958 from 9:00 a.
m. to 12:00 noon. Written bids
on any items should be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the undersingned ad administrator
ministrator administrator at P O. Box 98, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa H.igrts, Canal Zone.
All bids are .subject to the con con-firmanca
firmanca con-firmanca of the district court.
The bidder should submit, in ad addition
dition addition to his bid, bis address and
Bids will be accepted through
January 28, 1958:
One record player and radio, M
One record player table model.
Two beds, single, with- mattres mattresses
ses mattresses and pillows.
One settee, bamboo, sis strand,
Two chain, bamboo, ark strand,
two cushions each.
One coffee table, mahogany and
One coffee table, mahogany
One coffee table, weed.
One Chair, wicker, quartermaster.
Four chairs, straight, woedf.
One occasional table, Chinese.
Two lamps, fleer.
One buffett, mahogany.
One desk, mahogany.
One radio, table model.
One clock, wall, electric, 25 cy cycle.
cle. cycle. One mirror, wall, wood frame.
One chest; of drawers.
One lamp, desk, gooseneck.
One lamp, bed, metal.
Two lamps, wall, motel.
Two lamps wall wood.
One rug, 4x8.
One nig 5x9.
One rug 8x10, woven.
Ono fan, 10", 25 cycle.
Three blinds, Venetian, wood;
5, width installed In 12-femlly
One table, dreg loaf.
Seven pictures, wait.
One refrigerator, electric, West-
inghouse, 25 cycle.
One table, weed, maple, defee-
W. Sheridan, Jr.,
FOR SALE: Sunbeam waffle
iron, alto G-E sandwich grill,
cleaning chromium, practically
new. Both for $27.50. House No.
8540, Apt. "B", Orchid Place,
Margarita, telephone 3-1445.
Inventory sale German Stereo
camera coupled range finder
built in Exposure meter. Price
$57.00 (List:- 99.50). Same
without exposure meter $47.00.
(List 88.00). First coma, first
sole. International J.werly, op opposite
posite opposite Chase Bank.
ROCHON WON'T APPEAL
MONTREAL fUP' Canadian
tennis ace Henri Rochon, who has
been a member of 10 Davis Cup
teams, doesn't plan to appeal his
indefinite suspension by the Prov Province
ince Province of Quebec Lawn Tennis As Association
sociation Association Council. The 33-year-old
Rochon was set down Tuesday
night for remarks "derogatory to
the council" in 1916.
SAN JUAN. P. R., (UP'
two-year agreement between El
Comandante race track and horse
men has been reached after a
two-week strike. The new pact
signed by the two groups guaran guarantees
tees guarantees the owriers annual purses to
taling $2,300,000 plus 41 per cent
of the track s share of the pan-
mutual hotline over S fi?5 fWfl
2 Racing resumes on Sunday.
Carlson . . ....
2 0 1
Moses .. .. .. .. .. 12
Bauman ., ,.f 0
Perra .3 0
Perkins . 0
Farrell 2 0
Bloney .. .. 0 0
Rogers 1 0
Three runs, 3 hits, 5 errors.
sw,iv.b-". "V, nninlnOii
la Oas. Ave. No 41 SOTO nOntY-Ju'W
wtreet v AMI A CIA "A
Home Articles i
WANTED TO SELL: American
wants te sell full set of house house-h
h house-h o I d furniture, refrigerat.r,
stole, etc. Call Panama 3-5087.
FOR SALI: One China closet,
cheap. House 1546-B. Mange
St. Phone 2-2472.
FOR SALE: T. V. and Table
Lamps 10 Disc. C. Z. Imp.
Muebleria 7 St. and Bolivar Ava.
FOR SALE: Buffet with heating
element, mahogany 6 ft. long
glass doon $40.00. Also mir mirror
ror mirror $10. Call Navy 3150.
FOR SALI: Two single bed
springs $12 each, one beautiful
flower rug Ecuadorian 7x10 $40.
Ecuadorian paintings $8 to $20
all perfect condition. Tel. 2 2-1275.
1275. 2-1275. Los Rios 6333.
FOR SALE: Living room tablet,
small dining table with glass en
top, 6 dining chairs, picnic jug,
tools, glass towel rocks and
shelves, Westhinghouse refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator 9.5, all porcelain, clothes
hampers, metal stool, other
.articles. 741 -D Enterprise place
next to Pr.de.
Balhoa Gun Club announces that
it will hold a big bore match.
Match: 200 yd. High rower ni
Place: Club Range, ranan
Date: January 25, use.
Time: Squadding will commence
promptly at 09:00rs.
Registration: Registration will be
made at Range before 09:00. No
entries will be accepted after this
time. Correct NRA classification is
the responsibility of the shooter.
Entry Fee: $3.00, plus $0.25 NRA
Eauioment: Service rifle, mili
tary rifle and NRA match rifle, as
entitled bv rules 3.1. 3.2 and 8.3
NRA'high power rifle rules, dated
r -I. i iAKi .nit mAflltm'Ohte
Sights; Metallc post front anoj
aperture rear, NRA rule 3.7 (aj.
lve signung anou in o
be permitted prior to
1st stage event. Course of fire will
be and fired as touows:
1st Stage: 20 sho ts prone siow
fire in 20 minutes.
2nd Stage: 20 shots standing
slow fire in 20 minutes; No sling
will be used in this match.
3rd Stage: 20 shots two ;0 shot
strings sustained fire. (1) stand standing
ing standing to prone.
4th Stage: 20 rds., two 10 shot
strings sustained fire. (1) standing
to sitting or kneeling.
Awards: High gun of all 4 stages.
Medals will be awarded for 1st
and 2nd place in each classifica classification
tion classification having 5 or more competitors.
Miscellaneous: Sling cuffs and
damns will be Dermitted.
(1) Time of sustained fire will be
determined tvoe of rifle.
Manual operated 60 seconds per
Semi-auto rifle .50 seconds per
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Mar o Knriaue uoraon nerrera, a
nor vs. i
v. Frollan Gordon. No. 46M. Civil
To: Frollan uoraqn
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof. In Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
14th day of March. 1958. at o'clock
in th fnrnoonvf that dav. then and
there to shoW cause, if any you, have,
why Milton D. Burns should pot pro proceed
ceed proceed with the hearing of his petition
for the adoption of the above named
Witness, the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crewe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Cpnat
Zdrie, this th day of January. 1SS8.
C. T. McCnrmkk, Jr.
Clerk of Court
by Marian D. Bowen
To: Frollan Gordon
2 The foregoing citation la served up
on ypu by puoiicauon pursuant, w me
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
0 Court for the District of the Canal
n Zone, dated the 8th day of January,
UnntH A onA IWmA In fhlfl C-
tion In the Office of the Clerk of the
United States District Court, Division
of Balboa, on the 8th day of January.
C. T. MeCormlek, Jr.
Clerk of Court
by Marian D. now en
new shipment of
Ardsensena Ave. sa w
vnVEDADEfl A THIS) Beetfl
r ARM ah a
$10 down $10 month $795 buys
a lot at Port Charlotte, Florida,
50x125 for your future heme.
Nationally advertised. Let an
Ex-Canal Zonor personally select
a lot for YOU. It costs no more.
Have seen the property and am
in the real estate butines. You
help me, I help you. Margaret
K. Hardy. Alman's Realty, 2541
N. W. 95 St., Miami, Florida.
3 -minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
ears $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sean.
For the best TV service call
Dick, phone 1479 Colon until
7.00 p.m. Work guaranteed 90
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY.
TV, HI-FI, RADIO AND PHO PHONO.
NO. PHONO. CALL U. S. TELEVISION
Buldings, furniture and house household
hold household articles fumigated against
termites, bores, and other in insects.
sects. insects. All work covered by writ written
ten written guaranty. Low cut-quick
service. "Servieio 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 Hotel Inrernacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 do Mayo."
LOWE, S. A.
Specialixed Small Gasoline En Engine
gine Engine Service. AUTHORIZED
service for v8spa and
johnson, evinrude and
Mercury outboard mo motors.
tors. motors. ALL WORK GUARANTE GUARANTEED.
ED. GUARANTEED. No. 7 Aye. Balboa. Seme
Building as Salon Bahia Tel. 2-
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iv jvwui iv iwpvn
To Front Office
On Local Prospects
Visiting Kansas City Athletics
scout Joe Bowman today was
scheduled to make a telephone re:
Dort to his oreanzation's front of
fice on his impressions of four
Panamanian baseball players.
Bowman, who is interested in
signning promising youngsters to
Kansas City farm club contracts,
watched three pitchers and an m m-fi
fi m-fi elder work out yesterday end ending
ing ending at the Olympic Stadium. He
said they all very good."
The players who got the once
over were lefthanded pitchers An An-selmo
selmo An-selmo Correa and Justo Hudson
of the Cerveza Balboa iBeermen,
righthander Gilberto Blanco who
has a 6-0 record with the Centi Centi-nelas
nelas Centi-nelas del Tuira Club of the Pana
ma Pvovhtcial Amateur League,
and infielder Federico Bostic who
plays second base for the New
York Jewelry team of the Pa
nama Provincial loop.
NOW at Household
A CLUB PLAN
for Purchasing your
CLUB CREDIT CASH
41 AUTO ROW
Tels. 3-4911 3-7348
In English and Spanish
Write Full Particulars
ii infci Niiiifionjii
WANTED: Bilingual secretary secretary-stenographer,
stenographer, secretary-stenographer, female. Apply Cir Cir-cuito
cuito Cir-cuito R.P.C., sales department.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL C Z
Notice to residents of Gambea,
Santa Crux end Paraiso. From
now on all telephone calls for
the L. R. Sommer office in Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa should be made to Balboa
It's economical to reconstruct
a tire. "RecOnstructora Nacio Nacional"
nal" Nacional" offers guaranteed work.
They cost less and are mora dur durable
able durable than new ones. Peru Avenue
No. 7. Phone 2-0460, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. ANDERSON TURNS WRESTLER
SAN FRANCISCO (UP'-Olym-pic
weight lifting champion Paul
Anderson has turned professional
wrestler and will make his debut
at the 'civic auditorium next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The 355-pound Alabaman will
team with San Francisco Forty
Niner tackle Leo Nomellini in a
tag match against brothers Mike
and Ben Sharpe.
REGINA, ask., UP -Former
Utah State halfback Jack Hill,
who gained 542 yards last season,
has signed his 1958 contract with
the Saskatchewan Roughriders of
Canada's Western Football confer conference.
ence. conference. Hill averaged 4.9 yard per
carry -and scored four touchdowns
for the Riders during the 1957
JC Battles for Survival
Against Balboa Tonight
Teams? 4 4 o oW L Pet.
Balboa High 2 0 1.000
C. H. S. 1 1 .500
r. College 0 1 .000
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Balboa High (Bulldogs can
assure themselves of no worse
than a tie in the 198 ISnterscho ISnterscho-lastic
lastic ISnterscho-lastic league tonight at Balboa
Stadium when they take on the
C. C. Junior College nine for the
Second time this year.
Balboa's previous effort against
College was a 2-0 victory in which
the College nine outhit the Bull
dogs. In fact, Stu Brown's Green
Devils from J. C. have outplay outplayed
ed outplayed both Cristobal and (Balboa, but
have fallen victims to a few cost
ly bad breaks, resulting in a pair
of games in the lost column.
Brown win undoutrteoiy can u-
pon his stout-hearted hurler, Ron
nie Mead to oppose the defending
champs tonight. Mead has pitch
ed two brilliant games for J.C
so far, limiting Balboa to four
hits and Cristobal to only three
Horine has made no announce
Copper Bronze Racing Bottom Paint
In Double Compartment
Glidden Panama. S. A.
Tel. 3-7711 3-7712
P.O. BOX 3173
WANTED: Secretary, steno stenographer
grapher stenographer who can take English
and Spanish dictation. A?!y
Poikard, Zona Libre, Colon.
WANlliD: SALES' clerk,
speak English and have refer references,
ences, references, man prefered, qualified
woman acceptable. Inquire Pana Panama
ma Panama Sales And Services, 15 Street
and 13th Ave. No. 12-40, 4.00
p.m. and 6:00
WANTED: High chairs, strol stroller.
ler. stroller. Phone 3-0581.
WANTED TO RENT: North
American lady desires one bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartment on
first floor or with elevator. Tel.
WANTED: Experienced maid
with references seeks employ employment
ment employment as laundress, caretaker or
nursemaid. Calf Panama 2-0147.
WANTED TO BUY: Smooth
tires for retreading. "Reeons-
tructora hTacional". Avenida Pe Peru
ru Peru 7, Tel. 2-0406.
WANTED: Needed water
pump, 2Vz inches, electric, 5
b.p. Tel. 3-7861.
WANTED: Maid and laun laundress.
dress. laundress. Apply: Colon Motors 10th.
St., Colon Tel. 492-J.
ment regarding his choice t6 start
tonight's game, but it is expected
mat ne win go with his ace, Lem
Kirkland, who wis credited for
the victory against Jr. College
earlier this seasons
flsBBssWh much of a
bench ft backup flleir first nme,
but Brown will need little of that.
for he can boast some of the top
iiirajuiwu aiucrs nuw piaying on
the Canal Zone on his roster.
Don Alexander. Joe Cicero and
Jack Hammond gi es J. C. a
good ack at the plate and even
though his infield has let him
down on occasions, they do have
the potential with Ray Oakley at
third, Joe Cicero playing, short shortstop
stop shortstop and Jack Hammond guarding
the keystone sack.
The Balboa hitters, though not
quite as deadly! as that of J.C,
can demand much respect of thier
own, with such well known stick stickers
ers stickers as Charlie French, Gary Ness
and Don Ryter. Game time to tonight
night tonight at Balboa is set for 7 p.m.
A win for Balboa would leave only
the Cristobal Tigers within mathe mathematical
matical mathematical contention of finishing the
season in a tie with the Bulldogs.
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AHEAD OF HIS TIME Who says comedians are behind the
times in the current TV western trend? Here's a picture of
George Gobel taken in 1935 when he was 15 and a country
music kid on Chicago's radio station WLS Barn-Dance program.
About today's westerns George says, "Who cares about fast
draws? They don't use real bullets on TV anyway. I'll chal challenge
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3:30 College News Conference
4:00 Wide. Wide World
7 :00 Joan Davit
S.-00 Lawrence Welk
:00 tic Tac Dough
9:30 People Are Funny
11:00 CTN NEWS
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This weather report for the
44 hours ending 8 a.m. today
If orenared to the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
(max. mph) NW-13
RAIN (Inchet) 0
(Inner harbors) 77
- SATURDAY, JAN. 25
Mr. John K. Husted:
Your presence is required immediately at the
Panama City Office
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C. Paz Rodriguez m-o 100
Kids Fell Like Rain
As House Burned;
7 Miw, 1 Dead
PHIPAfin Jan. 24 (UP) Av
baby fell to her death in her moth mother's
er's mother's arms and seven more chil children
dren children were missing in a fire which
roared through a packed tenement
Passersby saved the lives of ap approximately
proximately approximately 20 more children,
.iiciiinr them as frantic parents
dropped their youngsters from
flaming windows. A witness said
"babies were falling mce ram.
At least 21 nersons were iniured
fleeing from the blazing, four-
story bnck building. An n-eyar-old
boy, Roosevelt Johnson, who
fell in flames from the all-Negro
tenement, was in critical condi condition.
tion. condition. The only known fatality was
11-month-old Paula Wilkins. Her
mother, Mrs. Roy Wilkins, leaped
from her second floor apartment
with the baby in her arms. She
apparently lost her hold on the
child and a man below was un unable
able unable to catch the baby, who suf suffered
fered suffered a fatal spine injury.
Late today, Mrs. Wilkins' five
other children still were unac unaccounted
counted unaccounted for. They were Brenda,
8, Donna, 6; Linda, 5; Roy Jr., 4,
and Patricia Ann, 3.
Red Cross workers reported two
other children also were missing.
They were Celestia Seninga, 8,
and her brother, Willie, 11.
Rescue workers said it was
hoped all1 seven children were safe
with neighbors. One hundred and
nine other tenants were account accounted
ed accounted for, but all homeless.
Fourteen hours after the fire
broke out firemen began tearing
down the tenement's blackened
hniii- Thev f p a r p. d to start a
search for possible bodies until
the rubble had been cleared away
because the ruins might collapse
of Aerovias Nacionales de
(Shirt sand Shorts)
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PORKY PONDERS PLIGHT U.S. golf pro Ed "Porky Oliver
sizes up the situation after going out of bounds yesterday on
the par 5 No. 12 hole. Oliver, who was four-under-par and
leading the field up to this stage, wound up with a double double-bogey
bogey double-bogey to lose command. He still managed to wind up with a
one-under-par 71 but was six strokes behind leader Arnold
Palmer at the end of the first round of the Panama Open.
Labor Legislation Program
Must Settle For Half Loaf
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP)-
CoiiBiuaaiuuai reaction to rresid-
em iiMseiuiower uio&raia oi ia
our legislation utuicamu touay tnc
aumiuistrauon must seme mis
year lor nau a loai or iess.
House auu oeiiate spokesmen
on-iaoor legislation beueve mere
is a good cuance tor passage oi
a bih to safeguard employe wei-
iare tunas u n uoes not Decome
enianglea m more controversial
He was greater disagree disagreement
ment disagreement on other administration
some ; thoso involving. min. min.-mems
mems min.-mems to fno Tar.lrUrtly law
ana seeking to ontorto sicrtt
in onion airairs.
Both the House and Senate La Labor
bor Labor Committees nave been at
work on Dills to protect union wel
fare and pension lunas. ut both
now are tied up with euucauoii
bills whicn proDably Will .get
prioiii oyer larwr legislation this
-The president sent his 10-point
program to Congress in a special
message yesterday. Sen. H. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Smith (R. N. J.), senior
COP member of the Senate Labor
f'nmmittee. introduced bills to
carry it out.
AFL-CIO president Goeorge
Meany asserted some of the admi-
Down, Reds Claim
LONDON, Jan. 24 (UP) Radio
Warsaw said today that deaths
froom abortions were cut 45 per
cent in the 18 months since such
operations were legalized in Po
It gave no specific figures on
the death toll.
The broadcast said 200,000 le legal
gal legal abortions were performed In
1957. It said there were 103,000
illegal operations in 1955.
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nistration proposals ."could easily
lead to legislation demanding in
etiect, licensing of trade unions."
He said the labor movement had
fought for welfare fund disclosure
laws but these were blocked by
Al J. Haeys, president efi the
million-member AFL CIO Ma Machinists
chinists Machinists Union, said some pro proposals
posals proposals involved Internal control
of unions arid might load to
Hitler-like government domina domination.
tion. domination. "The next step will be for the
government to select officers of
trade unions," he said. "We're
against it." He said his union
does, however, favor full disclo disclosure
sure disclosure of health and welfare funds.
Girls 9, Boys 7
Seven boys and nine girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending Monday, Jan.
20, according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital reportDuring the same pe period
riod period 170 patients were admitted
and 156 were discharged.
The names "and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies fol follow:
low: follow: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. RosaJes,
of Panama City; Sfc and Mrs.
Patricio Salamanca, of Fort Kob Kob-be;
be; Kob-be; Mr. and Mrs. G. Y. Scott, Jr.,
of Curundu; Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Nickels, of curundu; Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Broadbent.'of Fort
Amador; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vin Vin-ueza.
ueza. Vin-ueza. of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Pedersen, Jr., of Co Co-coli.
coli. Co-coli. rtirls were born to the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bosttc, oi
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Holder, of Panama uny; spa ana
Mrs. J. T. Chambers, of Panama
City; Pfc and Mrs. N. E. Cum-
mlngs, oi Panama uny; apa anu
Mrs. S. A. Morales, of Panama
City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morris,
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Smith, of Pedro Miguei; Mr. ana
Mrs J D. Senff, of Rousseau;
and MSgt. -fend Mrs. R. L. Don Don-ey,
ey, Don-ey, of Fort Kobbe.
Banks Press Board
For Wide Relaxing
Of Curbs On Money
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) (UP)-Banks
Banks (UP)-Banks today pressed the Federal
Reserve Board for a sweeping
relaxation of curbs on money.
At the time the joint Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Economic subcommittee
warned against any plunging
move to shore up the sagging
economy. The experts said there
may be a delayed effect from the
defense buildup that could touch
off a new inflationary spiral.
Following Tuesday s announce announcement
ment announcement of a cut in the reserve's
discount rate from 3 to 2-3-4 per
cent the charge on loans to com
mercial banks pig banks in se several
veral several major cities lowered 'prime'
The cut applied only to the re reserve
serve reserve bank in Phildalphia. Yester Yester-dav
dav Yester-dav the hoard included its banks
in New York, Cleveland, Rich
mond, Chicago, St. Louis and Kan
sas City. The other five reserve
banks are likely to follow suit
The commercial banks' trim trimming
ming trimming of primer rtes the fee
on loans to the biggest, most credit-worthy
borrowers is expect expected
ed expected eventually tp spread to loans
to individuals, small firms and
Peaceful H-Power Many Years Off,
British, US Researchers Report
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) The British and American governments released technical papers today dem demolishing
olishing demolishing rumors that practical hydrogen power is just around the corner.
Both nations said recent research encourages hope that the H-bomb's thermonuclear forces can be harnessed.
But they stated flatly that the day of unlimited thermonuclear power is "many years" distant.
Britain and the United States haye been partners in thermonuclear-research since 1956.
Their technical papers were released simultaneously and reported the latest H-power discoveries in 'all but
"oertain areas" which are still classified secret
The net effect of the papers was
to blast persistent rumors from
London of sensational "b r e a k k-throughs"
throughs" k-throughs" putting practical hydro hydrogen
gen hydrogen power just around the corner.
Each nation has had unique
laboratory successes. But neith neither
er neither claimed in the official re reports
ports reports to be ahead of the other or,
for that matter, of Russia, which
also is seeking controlled H-power.
To achieve a sustained thermo
nuclear reaction that will yield
more power than it uses up, scient scientists
ists scientists must produce temperatures in
the hundred of millions of de degrees.
grees. degrees. The Russians claim that some
time last eyar they generated tem temperatures
peratures temperatures around one million de
grees centigrade. The British pro
duced temperaiures up ro nve mil million
lion million degrees as early as last Aug.
The United States more recent recently
ly recently got the figure up to six million
degrees with a laboratory device
that went into operaUon only last
Knither tho British nor the U.
S. researchers, however, have
boon able to maintain such tem temperatures
peratures temperatures in hdyrogen fuel for
tho number of seconds necessa necessary
ry necessary for useful pownr.
As the British report said, now now-ever,
ever, now-ever, "there appears to be no fun fundamental
damental fundamental reason why these long
er times, together with much high
Red Chinese Silent
On Resuming 2-Way
Parley At Geneva
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 UP UP-Red
Red UP-Red China has left unanswered na
Americans proposals to resume
two-way talks at Geneva on free freeing
ing freeing six Americans in Red Chinese
iarls. on an agreement to avom
use. of force in the .Formosa area,
and other issues.
However prospects that the
Reds will release three of the
Americans now were being count counted
ed counted about 50-501
The American-Red Chinese ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations were halted Dec 12
when U. Alexis Johnson, chief
American negotiator, tpld Chinese
diplomats he was being recall recalled
ed recalled for reassignment.
At the farewell meeting John
son said the United States would
be glad to appoint a new negotia negotiator
tor negotiator if the Chinese Reds agreed to
resume the negotiations. No
answer has been received yet
from the Peiping regime.
Diplomatic experts believe the
Chinese Reds will resume the
talks. President Eisenhower is ex expected
pected expected to nominate John M. Al
lison, who has been recalled as
Ambassador to Indonesia, to be
the next U. S. Ambassador to
Chechoslovakia succeeding John Johnson.
son. Johnson. He also would serve as the top
IJ. S. negotiator at Geneva, if
the Johnson precedent is followed.
To See Aga Khan IV
KARACHI, Pakistan (UP)-Tens
of thousands of Ismaili Moslems
turned out today for the solemn
ceremonies installing 21-year-old
Prince Karim Aly Khan, as the
fourth Aga Khan, their spiritual
The religious ceremonies began
at 2:15 p.m. in the National
Cricket Stadium in which the
21 year old Harvard under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate succeds his grandfather
the late Aga Khan.
Guests were told to be in then then-seats
seats then-seats early, but there was no need
for this directive. Crowds swarm swarmed
ed swarmed onto the cricket field fhours in
advance, some before dawn. Many
had come from thousands of miles
Two hundred buses began bring
ing Ismailis to the field well be
fore the ceremony, and a vast
band standing on the field sere serenaded
naded serenaded the early comers. Roads
around the stadium were totally
Although a two-day holiday was
proclai.ed, the crowds were quiet
courteous and resigned to the fact
there was hound to be some jos jostling
tling jostling and squeezing. Most were in
their best clothes, colorful 'robes
of the many sects.
The Aga was arriving with
the Pakistani President, Iskander
Mirza in the president's prized
Moslem authorities erected a
seven-foot platform Jot the Aga
Khan with a revolving dies dver
which fluttered a blue and gold
er temperatures, cannot be aciev-
Typical quotes from today's of official
ficial official papers:
United Kingdom Atomic Energy
Authority: "Control of thermonuc
lear reactions for electricity gen
eration may well be a possibility
for the future. Though its practic
al application is still a long way
off ... the work must be expected
to remain in the research stage
for many eyars yet."
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of
the U.S. Atomic Energy Commis
sion: "Fruitful and promising re results
sults results have been achieved in the
laboratories of both countries but
... it will be a matter of years be before
fore before we will be able to build and
operate commercial (hdyrogen)
Dr. Arthur E. Kuark, chief of
the U. S. thermonuclear project;
"The work should be judged in
view of the promise it holds out,
and not on the basts of results re reported
ported reported today."
Both Ruark and Strauss stress stressed
ed stressed that H-power research has
not yet reached a point compar comparable
able comparable to the start-up of the first
atomic fission reactor in Chica Chicago
go Chicago on Dec. 7, 142.
Said Strauss: "The controlled
thermonuclear program will not
interfere with the current develop
In Crashes of
LONDON, Jan. 24 (UP) The
authoritative British Medical
Journal said today two hazards
"remain possible" if planes car carrying
rying carrying nuclear weapons crash de despite
spite despite U.S. and British assurances
that the bombs would not ex explode.
plode. explode. It said one was a "fiaxle," or
mild explosion caused if fissile
material is accidentally brought
together and initiates chain re reaction,
action, reaction, and the other dispersal
of radioactive materials con contained
tained contained in the bomb.
The publication said that
"even with this assurance" that
the bombs carried in training
fliehts over Britain are unprlm-
ed and the complicated fusing
would take place only on specific
orders, "two other hazards re
"One may. result from a so so-called
called so-called fizzle of the bomb, a mild
explosion which may occur if a
sufficiently large amount, or n n-siie
siie n-siie material is accidentally
brought together So" as to ini
tiate a cnaan reaction, n sum.
The medical Journal said
that although a fizzle would be
nothing like an A-bomb explo explosion,"
sion," explosion," enough neutrons and
fission substances might be re-
US Army Needs 950
In Germany, France
ink fttrT Germany. Jan
24 (UP) Education officials
charged with providing instructors
for over 45,oou cnuaren oi u. o.
nersnnnel stationed in Germany
and France faced a teacher short
The command's 93 elementary
and 25 high schools need at least
head of the dependents school
system in USAREUR, said.
Steel, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., said
Army wives living in me conv
mand will provide around one
fifth of the required new teachers
for the 1958-59 term. He saia me
others will be recruited in the
Steele said some 2,000 applic
ants in the U. S. will be interview interviewed
ed interviewed by recruiting teams from Eu Europe
rope Europe and the at 28 centers.
The -USAREUR team will be
headed by deputy director od
education Stanley Hergenroeder,
of Lake George, Mich.
Other USAREUR team mem members
bers members will include Helen Slosberg,
of Augusta, Maine and Charles
Tinder, of Hutchinson, Kans.
Reds Want Peace,
Church Head Says
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 24 UP)
The Rev. Reuben Youngdahl,
American Lutheran church leader,
said today tension between Rus
sians and foreigners in Moscow
had been reduced over the past
The minister, who arrived here
last night after a week-lone stay
in the Russian capital, said there
were fewer restrictions than din dining
ing dining his last visit in 1956.
"It is by far more easy to get
itno contact with the average Rus
sian today. World peace is the
first matter they want to discuss
with a foreigner. There is a strong
wish for peace in the Soviet Un
ion, he said.
ment and construction of reactors
to produce electricity from nuclear
Fission is the splitting of hea heavy
vy heavy atoms like uranium.
Do it fast and you get an A A-bomb,
bomb, A-bomb, like the one that destroyed
Control it and you get a power
plant, like those at Calder Hall,
England, and Shippingport, Pa.
The thermonuclear reaction, on
the other hand, is the combining
or fusing of lighf atoms, such as
hydrogen. Fast fusion, triggered
by an A-bomb, produces the. H H-bomb's
bomb's H-bomb's super violence.
Controlled fusion, which is what
the scientists are looking for,
would convert this violence into
To make a thermonuclear re reactor,
actor, reactor, science must find out how
to induce high temperatures in
deu'erium gas and contain this
hot gas long enough to drain off
the energy of its Ifuslon reactions
in tho form of electrical current
The only way 'anyone knows to
do this is with a "magnetic bot bottle,"
tle," bottle," a device for pinching the io ionized
nized ionized gas together with electrical
and magnetic forces while its .nu .nuclei
clei .nuclei react under the stimulous of
leased to ereate a serious haz hazard
ard hazard te the population in the
vicinity of the accident."
It pointed out that the chance
of this happening cannot be es established
tablished established without nrecise knowl
edge of the bomb's construction,
"ana this is naturally a military
Under these circumstances the
British government's assurance
that the danger is negligible may
be taken to mean that such an
explosion is unlikely, it said.
"The fact that'an airplane car carrying
rying carrying an H-bomb has recently
been reported to have crashed In
the United States without such
fizzle occurring supports this
conclusion, though It is no guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it might not occur
under different circumstances,'
the journal said.
Meets In Ankara
ANKARA, Turkey, Jan. 24 (UP)
The Baghdad Pact's military
committee met today to speed in integration
tegration integration of its member countries'
military efforts in the fsce of in increased
creased increased Soviet penetration of the
The pact nations have no joint
command, and have never held
joint maneuvers. Its permanent
military planning organization has
been working for less than three
Although no decision on estab establishing
lishing establishing a joint command or organ organizing
izing organizing maneuvers was likely to be
made here, the military committee
planned to discuss Joint plans sub submitted
mitted submitted by the planning organiza organization.
tion. organization. Bad communications make mili military
tary military cooperation between the Mid Middle
dle Middle Eastern countries extremely
difficult. But the alliance also is
working to improve them.
Diablo Foto Club
Members To Visit
Thirty members of the Diablo
Camera Club will attend the an annual
nual annual fair and coffee fiesta at Mani Manizales,
zales, Manizales, Colombia, by invitation from
the director of Fomento y Turis Turis-mo,
mo, Turis-mo, Jose Arango Jaramillo.
The two-day visit, Jan. 25 and
26, will be crowded with events in including
cluding including folklore sarades and bull
fights. This is the second visit by
the local photographers to Maniza Manizales.
Making the trip will be: Mr. and
Mrs. Sturtevant Todd, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene K. Derr, Mr. and
Mrs. Preston E. Minton, Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert G. Charters, Mr. and'
Mrs. LeRoy B. Magnuson, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank L. Cunningham, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip H. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hannaman, Mrs. Mar Mar-gerie
gerie Mar-gerie Balfour, Martha Podbielski,
Mary McEwen, Stella Kazapows Kazapows-ka,
ka, Kazapows-ka, Gertrude Garni, Margaret
Brenneman, Mildred Neeiy, Ruth
Diver, Sadie Haigh, Regina Thom Thom-sson,
sson, Thom-sson, and Oscar L. Hall, Carol An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Vernon Clouts, sad Russell
British scientists at Harwell, us using
ing using a huge device Something like
a dougnnut-shaped neon tube,
have maintained temperatures up
to five million degrees centigrade
for periods of two to five thou thousandths
sandths thousandths of a second. This labora laboratory
tory laboratory gadget, galled "Zeta," it a
circular glass tube more than
three yards, in diameter.
American scientists at Los Ala
mps, N.M., using a much smaller
tube nicknamed "Perhapsatron S-
tube nicknamed "Perhapsatron S S-3,"
3," S-3," have achieved temperatures
of six million degrees.
Say Soviets Finance
Buildup For Spring
ALGIERS, Algeria, Jan. 24 (UP)
Reports that the Soviet Union is
financing a rapid buildup of Al.
gerian rebel forces for a decisive
spring offensive against t h e
French are being circulated by in insurgent
surgent insurgent commanders, French Ar
my officers said today.
Reports of alleged Soviet assis
tance came from.rebel command
ers recently returned from a "se "secret"
cret" "secret" conference irt Tunis.
According, to the French, the
rebels claim Russia is financing a
large-scale training program for
draftees who undergo training in
handling modern aircraft and
heaVy armaments in Lybia, Egypt
The rebel army in Algeria also
soon will be reinforced by infan
try units trained in Tunisia and
equipped with modern automatic
weapons, according to the reports.
The rebels also assert the Na
tional, Liberation Army will launch
a general offensive against the
400,000 French troops ja. Algeria in
the spring. At the same time, the
reports said, Algerian gunmen in
France will launch attack a
gainst Frenchmen there.
TheJfench officers said the reb rebels
els rebels claimed tliey would form a
government "wmeh would be rec
ognized by the Afro-Aian nations.
The AfroAsian bloc then could
supply the rebel government with
heavy armaments, they said.
CIs Save Germans
As Nationals Gae
LANDSTUHL, Germany, Jan. 24
(UP) The German Red Cross to
day thanked Sgt. James Kolbay,
of WernerviUe, Pa., and Cpl. Har Harry
ry Harry Kinsetta, of Albany, N.Y.. for
giving life-saving first aid to two
Germans injured in a motor vehi vehicle
cle vehicle collision Jan.
The Red Cross said the two sol soldiers
diers soldiers pushed through a crowd to
help the victims while 150 Ger Germans
mans Germans stood around doing nothing.
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