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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MOB1 SCENE An agitated mob, reinforced by city-police, throng outside National security
JAj'ice Headquarters early today to keep "secret police" from leaving the building. Army
tr.Sps armed with flamethrowers and backed by tank, drove 1,000 die-hard secret police
from their barracks in the heart of Caracas. After hours of fighting this building was en engulfed
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CARACAS RIOT Students demonstrate" in Caracas street
during latest violence between opponents of President; Marcos
Pere2 Jimenez and his security police. Jimenez and Hides fled
Venezuela early January 23, after which government secret
police were rotfted from their barracks by Army troops arrned
with tanks and flamethrowers. A military Junta took over
the government, ending the. 9-year Jimenez dictatorship

Ike Asks

For

Saen

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Iisenhower sent Con Congress
gress Congress today an -"emergency" four four-year
year four-year program to speed up and
expand scientific education and
maintain American leadership.
Its key provision was for 10,000
scholarships a year for "able" high
school graduateswho lack the fi financial
nancial financial means to get to college.
To provide an adequate staff
of trained collaga taaehars, tha
program calls for 5,500 graduaxe
fellowships over the next four
yaari.
The President cited n dollar
fieures in his special message to

Congress, but the estimated four;

year cost was placed rodghly at
$1,600,000,000 about one billion
dollars in federal funds and $600
million in matching funds put up
by the States and local commu communities.
nities. communities.
The President budget called for
an expenditure of 247 billion dol dollars
lars dollars in the fiscal year staring
July 1 including 225 million in
new money to get the science
weighted education program un underway.
derway. underway. Tha national Science" Founda Foundation
tion Foundation would gat 80 million dollars
to expand It scholarship prog program,
ram, program, bringing to 119 million tha
total recommended far the sup support
port support of basic scientific research
and study.
The President said the new, five five-point
point five-point program would help supply
"AfldirionM highly ctrnipetsnt set.
entisls and engineers vitally need-

Junta
Promises

Amnesty

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CARACAS, Venezuela, Jan. 27

(UP) The new ruling junta yes-

leraay pieagea a "wnouy democra democratic
tic democratic regime" for this dictator-plagued
country and promised swift gen

eral elections and an amnesty for

all exiles. Calm returned after A
final spasm of violence in Cara Caracas
cas Caracas Saturday night.
Concerned about fears lor pri

vate investments in the nation

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27

(UP)X the director of a
top-secret Army report de declared
clared declared today U. S. defenses
against Russian attack are
"not adequate" and growing
worse. He said this nation
must pay an extra 15 bil billion
lion billion dollars, a year on de defense
fense defense "indefinit e I y" if it
wants to survive.
Dr, Ellis A. Johnson, director of

the Operations Research Office

(ORO) of Johns Hopkins univer university,
sity, university, said he thought the Soviets
could attack now with "several
hundred" bombers rfnd 50 or more

missile-launching, submarines
and 'mora than, half" would get

through.,

Such an attack could destroy a
Ma fraction" of this country's
strategic air command bases, ha
said, kill 2f to 30 million Bartons
and knock out If to 20 ear cent
of tha U.S. economy.
Johnson said the Johns, Hopkins
report rejects the idea of launch launching
ing launching a "preventive war" against
the Soviet Union with thermonu thermonuclear
clear thermonuclear weapons. He said this would

require a 'cold-blooded acceptance
.. of a few tens of millions of U.S.
and. .(Allied) dead in exchange
for a hundred or more millions 'of
Soviet dead." He said this would
mean loss of America's morality

end values.
(There were intimations last
Weak that the ORO report advo advocated
cated advocated preventive war, based on
a passage from it road to a wit witness
ness witness by Senate investigators).
However, Johnson urged "politi

eal" economic and military meas measures,
ures, measures, when necessary" to free the

C.Z. ENGINEERS, CHEMISTS
UPPED TO JOP GRADES
Over 100 engineers, architects and chemists employed on
the Canal Zone were upped to the top step of their Civic Service
grades recently, it. was confirmed today.
The salary boosts were part of a world-wide move -ordered
In Washington by the Civil Service Commission in an effort to
hold and attract highly trained technical personnel, and to
meet the growing competition from private enterprise.
Exactly 10S persons on the Zona were affected.
The Panama Canal Co. reported Canal Zone Government).

today that the pay checks' of 70 of Meanwhile of armed forces a-

their engineers, architects and

chemists will- show an increase
next week following the Washing Washington
ton Washington ruling.

They said today the increase be

came effective Dec. 29.

The salary boosts followed a

"comprehensive survey" made by
the Personnel Bureau and employ

ing bureaus of positions and the
job qualifications of the employes
occupying engineering, architec architectural,
tural, architectural, and chemical positions.
(A similar minimum wage in

crease was authorized about three
years ago, the Canal said, for

medical officers employed by the

gencies,-,the Army reports the

largest number of employes af affected,
fected, affected, with 20 people getting pay
raises.

The Navy personnel office lists
10, and the Air Force has five who
will get the new pay boost.

ngress

ce Spur

ed by the. country at this time,"

"Our immediate national securi security
ty security aims to continue to strength strengthen
en strengthen our armed forces and improve
the weapons at their command command-can
can command-can be furthered only by the ef efforts
forts efforts of individuals whose training
is already far advanced," he said.
"But if we are to maintain out
position of leadership, we .must'
see to it that today's young people
are prepared to contribute the
maximum to our future progress.
''Because of the growing import importance
ance importance of science and technology,
we must necessarily give special
but by no means exclusive at attention
tention attention to education in science and
engineering."

Marion B. Folsont, Secretary of

me uepartment ot Health, Educa

non ana wenare, said the sur

vival of our freedom" may be at

stake in tna nation s classrooms.
He said the proposals outlined
by the President were "an essenti essential
al essential part of "our national security
effort."

hundreds ef millions of dollars in

vested, the junta prontised topro topro-tect
tect topro-tect all private capital becftse it

is a "vital part of our economy
and for the development .of our

national resources." Venezuela is
the world's second largest, oil

producer.

Rear Adm. Wolfgang Larrazabal,
president of the junta that took
over with the ouster of dictator

Marcos Perez Jimenez last Thurs

day, told newsmen that the junta's
aim was to "reestablish as soon

as possible a wholly democratic
regime."

' He said the government plans

to issue a genera amnesty decree
for all exiles and will help those

who are unable to pay the return

fare home.
Consulates abroad were In Instructed
structed Instructed to speed the repatria repatriation
tion repatriation elf Venetuelans who fled the
country during the nine year
rule of Perez Jimertu, himself
now in exile in the Dominican
Republic.

Effosts of the junta to assure

civil liberties and prosecute sec secret
ret secret police torturers and the prom promise
ise promise of free elections helped to pac pacify
ify pacify Venezuelans bent on Vengeance.

Hungary's Premier
Janos Kadar Out

BUDAPEST, Jan. 27 (UP) Hun Hungary's
gary's Hungary's Communist premier Janos
Kadar announced today he was re resigning
signing resigning and would hand over the

rejns of government to Deputy

mme Minister Jerenc Muenmch

where American oil firms have Soviet satellite states. He said this

would both fulfill U.S. moral obli

gations and force Russia to expend
more of its resources in those
countries.

Caracas was quiet again today
ffai Have nf ctrpef ftomnnttrn.

tions, looting and attacks en busi-i-81"-

ness establishments.

Saturday night, a band of die diehard
hard diehard Perez Jimenez followers
made a sally through the streets

in a Convoy of 14 cars, some of

them expensive American makes,
and shot up the streets. Police
seized three carloads and jailed
them.

Ousted Argentine strongman
Juan D. Peron still was safe in

asylum at the Dominican Repub

lrc Embassy where be fle1 when

nis nosi, rerez Jimenez, wai-over-thrown.
i Peron told the United Press by

telephone that he planned to
"spend 'ty few iriore days" at the
'spend a few more days',' at the
embassy. He declined to say

anything else,
He was expected to leave Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela for the Dominican' Repub Republic,
lic, Republic, although sources close to him

said ne would prefer to remain

in Venezuela whereBtt haf fJvi
horse breeding farm and a pub
licity concern.

Hotel Owner Robbed
Of Quarter Million
In Jewels, 1-G Cash

NEW YORK. Jan. 27 (UP) A

ouarter million dollars, worth of

jewels and more than $1,000 ifri

cash was stolen last night from

the Hotel Edison suite of the ho

tel's owner, Mrs. Lillian Kramer,
police reported: today.

Mrs. Kramer, a widow m her

50's, found the door of her five-

room apartment ajar when she
returned after a four-hour absence
just before midnight. Detectives
said the lock had been drilled. Vie
door of a "bedroom closet in which
the jewels were stored had been
jimmied, police said. Nothing else
in the top-floor suite had been di disturbed,
sturbed, disturbed, they said, indicating the
thief or thieves knew exactly where

to look for uie gems.

A total of 56 nieces ef jewelry

were taken, police said. They said
Mrs. Kramer told them about half

the loss was covered by insur

Also missing was $1,100 in cash

Police said another $1,400 in cash
and a couple of jewel boxes were

found on the floor in the apart

ment, apparently dropped by the

thieve in a hurried escape.

Chinese Crewman
Rescued From Fumes
By Officer, Firemen
A Chinese crewman aboard the
Dutch taker Tibia was resting com
fflrtably today in Gorges Hospital
following his rescue by an officer
after he was overcome by gaso gasoline
line gasoline fumes. Emergency help was
rendered by the Canal Zone fire firemen.
men. firemen. Zone firemen Muring gej mask
pulled Che crewman and ao effle effle-er
er effle-er who was trying Is rescue him,
from the lower level; of rhe taker
which was cocked at Pier 4 in
Balboa early yesterday morning.
The man Hoy Wan Chong, 39,
was reported to be in good con
dition at the hospital today.
According to police, Chona wae
warned to make sure the lower
level of the ship, which was lis lis-charinging
charinging lis-charinging 97 octane gasoline, was
gas-free before checking a pump.
Chief officer William Haeck, who
has warned Chong, found the crew(
man overcome by fumes some
time later. He immediately went
into the lpwer level, picked up
Chong and started carrying him

up two flights of metal jtairs.

but before he reached saiety, he
was also overcome.
A Balboa Fire Departmen crew
was called out. Firemen descend descended
ed descended with gas masks on and brought
Chong out with the help of ropes.
He was admitted to Gorgaa for
observation and treatment for
gas fumes and severe lacerations
on the face and body.

Bouche Accident
Suit Was Filed
Against Lock Man

Adrian Mi Bouche, Jr., has been

Banker Brother
Of President
Dies In Kansas

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 27

(UP) Arthur Eisenhower, the
President's eldest brother and

forerunner for a subsequent pat pattern
tern pattern of divergent family success,

died last night, the victim of a

heart attack at 71.

The former banking executive'
had been in failing health for al almost
most almost a year, but his death was
unexpected. He had not complain complained
ed complained of deeling ill ill when, shortly a
6:30 p.m., he collapsed in the
bathroom of his suburban home.
Friends said Eisenhower had
planned to fly to New York today.
Sppkemen for! the family said
funeral arrangements wouldr aot
be completed-until sometime late
today. In Washington, President
Eisenhower learned of his boy boyhood
hood boyhood model's death at the White
House, cancelling inmediately
plans for a dinner tonight. It was
believed the President would fly
here sometime today.
Dr. Joseph Welker, Eisenhowe's
physican, said the balding busi businessman
nessman businessman had suffered, 'rom "an
insufficient heart for a lone

while."
Eisenhower, who rose from a $5
a week messenger boy's job to the
vice-presidency of the Commerce
Trust Co., of Kansas City, had
come here when 18 from his fa family's
mily's family's home at Abiline, Kan. He
resigned the post, and from the
firm's board o' directors, about
a year ago because of poor health.
Chilean President
Expected To Visit
Washington Soon
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2? (UP) -Cecil
Lyon, U.S. Ambassador to
Chile, said yesterday, that final
details of Chilean President Car Carlos
los Carlos Ibafiez' visit to the United
States were now being ironed out.
He confirmed earlier reports that
President Eisenhower had repeat

ed his invitation, first extended

taking quite a bit of kidding since i last year, to the Chilean Chief Ex-

the publication of a report that a ecutive.
13000 damafie suit has been filed

by a FanamaiBjan boyt agsinst A.J e said tne wnne House wouia
M. Bouche, "an employe of the have to announce the exact date.
Port Captain's office." I President Ibafiez was asked to
cancel his scheduled December
Actually the suit was filed a-visit because of President Eisen Eisen-gainst
gainst Eisen-gainst A. M. Bouche, Sr.. .in em-jhower's latest illness,
ploye of the Locks Division, in instead
stead instead of against his son. Informed sources told the United
Press President Ibafiez will prob-
Plaintiff in the case is Santiago ably visit the United States in late
Ortega, who .charges that e was! Marc hor April. The State Depart Depart-painfully
painfully Depart-painfully injured by jeep being ment is also trying to fit in visits

ANKARA, Turkey, Jan. 27 (UP) United State

Secretary of State John Foster Dulles today pledged full

U. y support for the Bagdad Pact and warned that mo mobile
bile mobile power of great force" would be used to counter So

viet aggression in the area.
Dulles' statement said "the United States whole

heartedly supports the Bagdad Pact" and added "mobile

power of great force would, as needed, be brought to bejar
against any Communist aggressor."
the ministerial session of the pact powers opened
her this morning in the new Turkish parliamentary build build-ing,
ing, build-ing, ringed by security guards and military police.
Strict security guard was also mounted over the A A-merican
merican A-merican Embassy in the wake of last night's bomb attacks
sn the Embassy end g bookshop featuring American works.

But no special security precau precautions
tions precautions were taken when Dulles went
this morning, before the meeting
opened, to lay a wreath on the
tomb of Kemal Ataturk. firsa Pres President
ident President of the Turkish republic.
Meanwhile, British Foreign Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd told the
meeting his country favors summit
talks if careful preparation shows

there is any chance for them
reach agreement.

Cloyd in an opening address
prepared far tha meeting said,
"by all meant let us hair a
summit meating with Russia" if
'careful preparatien" first .shews
it "would be the best way to get
agreement."
The Foreign Secretary said,
"our constant aim must always be
to reduce East-West tension and to
seek agreement with the Soviet

US Will Make Two
Ambassador Shifts
In latin America,

WASHINGTON; Jan. 27-(UP)

President Eisenhower todav nomi nominated
nated nominated Edward J. Sparks, the pres present
ent present U.S. Ambassador to Guatema Guatemala
la Guatemala to be new U.S. Ambassador in
Venezuela.
At the same time the President
nominated the present U.S. envoy
in Jordan, Lester D. Mallor? as
sparks successor in the Guatemala

post.
c 1. XT....

oymuft, a umiw new luinei.
was born on Dec. 28, 1897 and
joined the foreign service in 192
after serving in U.S.- embassies in
South America since 1919. He has
spent almost his entire profession professional
al professional career in the Latin American
countries.
He served as embassy counselor
in Caracas in 1949-50. Other as

signments have included stints at
Montevideo, Port-au-Prince and
Quito. He was U.S. ambassador to
Bolivia for three years in the early

1950 s and served as Deputy Assis

tant Secretary of State for Inter-

American Affairs.

Union wherever and whenever it
can be achieved without surrender
of our vital interests."

Citing the Soviet proposal
summit talks he said, "whac
ters is not the level at which t

tauts take place or even t

tries which should be

at such talks. What mat

concrete, ana sensiDie reel

e achieved."

for

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ters is that

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Brazil Navy Takes
NaM Oil Ships
Idled By Walkout
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan. 27 -(UP)
President Juscelino Ku Ku-bitschek
bitschek Ku-bitschek today ordered the Navy
to take Over and operate strike strikebound
bound strikebound government-owned ships of
the National oil fleet, Lloyd Brasi Brasi-leiro
leiro Brasi-leiro and Companhia Nacional de
Navegacao Costeira.
Merchant marine radio operat operators,
ors, operators, machinists and officers hve
been on strike for three days an
attempt to force the governilent
to pay wage increases promised
last year.
The government hat declared
the strike illegal but so far has net
carried out threats to mobilize the
merchant marine.

The Labor Ministry declared.

nnse a nasco out union spokes

men said it already had tie
ships and other seamen's

were considering whether to

the
es-

d 12
onions

driven by the elder Bouche on

mHuuen nuau last Aug. u.

during the first six months of 1958
by German President Theodof e

las

the U.S. District Oburt at Ancon. Coty.

What Mak6s Sammy Run? Scientific Why

By DOC QUI GG

NEW -YORK (UP),- With so
much concern being shown cur currently
rently currently about a sense of urgency
in developing scientists, let's ex examine
amine examine What it takes in the way
of raw material from our stock stockpile
pile stockpile of youth.
Just what is science talent?
How can you tell a kid may have
it?
The answer was sought from
Dr. Zachariah Subarsky, who has
taught Science since 1929, mostly
to students, aged 14-15. At present
he heads an annex of the Bronx
High School of Science. Some
"ingredients" of science talent,
he says, show themselves toys
way:

An innate and persistent cu curiosity.
riosity. curiosity. What makes Sammy keep
tinkering with electric currents?
What drives Alice to the marshes
to collect specimens? In some,
this drive soon fades; in others it
ripens and persists.
Ability Ao spot an incongruity
or inconsistency. "Why is this
window coated with frost, and the
other one not?"
Once having spotted the in incongruity,
congruity, incongruity, the ability to consider
explanations for ft that can be
tested.
The tendency to think in quan quantitative
titative quantitative terms. "For instance, in
describing a mixing operation,
one youngster may tell you mere merely,
ly, merely, I use more of this than I do
of this.' Another will give xoi,Um

exact number of drops he uses."
A high degree of mechanical mechanical-mindedness;
mindedness; mechanical-mindedness; manual dexterity,
manipulative ability. The mechan mechanical
ical mechanical devices and gadgets of sci scientists,
entists, scientists, including such ancient
ones as the telescope and the
thermometer have Seen invalu invaluable.
able. invaluable. The Bronx High School of sci science
ence science has about 2,500 students.
They must take an entrance ex examination
amination examination stressing arithmetic
ability, reading comprehension,
and interest in science.
A fundamental American prob problem
lem problem now, he said, is to establish
the idea ef seeking an understand understanding
ing understanding of nature for its own sake sake-"this
"this sake-"this goes under the fancy name
of basic sewuch."

Male Replacements
For Hot-Spot Girls
Proposed By Union
MEXICO CITY, Jan. '27-(UP)

A unique solution was proposed
here yesterday to the so-called
"prostitution problem" in Ciudad
Juarez across the international
border from El Paso, Texas.
A delegation representing Ciu Ciudad
dad Ciudad Juarez Local 16 of the Hotel
and Restaurant Industry Workers
Union converged on the Capital to

day to seek governmental backing

for their proposal to replace wait waitresses
resses waitresses and barmaids in border
hot-spots with male personnel.

Cheap Way To Co

NEW YORK, Jan. 27 (UP)

Charles Hauck, 37, paid 25 cents
yesterday to kill himself. Police

said Hauck walked into a Times

Square shooting gallery, gave at

tendant Anthony Russo a quarter

for a rifle an.d then shot himself hauled into court on sev

in the head when Russo turned to casions breviouslv for tha

anotbsr customer. charge in recent months.

Naked Man

To Japanese Diet
Cold Clean' Plea
TOKYO, Jan. 27 -(UP) A
year-old man sat naked in an ice ice-filled
filled ice-filled tub 'in front of the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese Diet (parliament) building
yesterday in a one-man demons demonstration
tration demonstration for "clean government"!

Around the tub, in which t ha

placed five 35-pound Ice

Gorochio Fukimoto put up

ards calling for a "bright" ;

eminent, relief for war victims

and abolition of pensions for for

mer military personnel.

After about 50 minutes, Fukimo

to emerged from his chilly bath
in high spirits and rushed into a
police booth to warm himself

before a charcoal brazier.

bWKs.

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Fighting A Wife
Gets To Be Habit
In Rainbow City

It may be monotonous to
but apparently a Rinbow Ci

never gets tired of fighting

his wife.
Today in Cristobal Magistrate's
Court, frequent offender Guiller
mo Lopez, a 57-year-old Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was sentenced to spend 30
days in fail for disturbing t he
Kace again by fighting with
i wife.

with

The incident occurred late Sa Saturday
turday Saturday night at their home in

5812 Rainbow City. He had been



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MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1951
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UTOPIAN UTTERANCES
. Panama's chaotic economy may be summed up thus, a few
L 4 4 V -o ViQvA t.rm little.

. Itoama m mMi nation maintains an unfavorable

trk1eDalance. Her imports iar exceeu. nci "'.v"'
w?Tix. i.v- ...! Bniirpp.i (raw materials) to suoDort heavy

industries. Yet, more objective and scientific planning could
allevrate this retarding condition.
. As a sovereign state existing in an age of rapid technological
iirarovements, socio-economic progress, and intensified govern govern-ttfntal
ttfntal govern-ttfntal reforms, Panama should institute the following programs
and reforms to promote the general Welfare:
'i (l) Establish a civil service to give stability and effincy
to! government-operated institutions and services The "spoils

lystem now in practice as oieeamg uk wuuwj wmre.
(2) Install automatic traffic lights at busy intersections. In
the long run, this would reduce traffic congestion and relieve
the Guardias who now man such positions to perform duties
Sore consistent with their occupation, installation oi these
electronic traffic directors would be more practicable and cheap cheaper;
er; cheaper; since their initial cost could be offset by the savings gained
through abolishing the Guardias' positions.
J (3) Panama Wes crippled under the yoke of "Palancaism."
Inasmuch as this is supposedly a democratic government, more
qualified common people (citizens) should be givenfthe oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to participate in the administration of executive, legis legislative
lative legislative and judicial functions. The "blue-bloods' have been hold holding
ing holding the ball long enough.
Tj (4) Panama needs dedicated professional men, '.e. doctors,
lawyers, engineers, architects, professors, nurses, and business
executives who bv diligence and a high sense of integrity can
Attain world stature The country Is overbalanced with dedi dedicated
cated dedicated politicians. Politics is the national pastime. Viva Panama!
Short Timer (Mall Box. Jan. 19) needs brainwashing in-

tellectual conversion.
I The United States of America is no longer the paramount
world power. It is an equal world power along with the USSR.
Please accept and recognize this fact.
J (1) Panama's speakers are getting no more mileage out of
proclaiming her contribution to the cause of liberty than are
many, of your country's politicians who profes std be the saviors
of mankind. Who boast more about helping the poor and needy?
(2) Let's face it. The U.S.A. is the greatest trading nation
jh far. That's whv her citizens enjoy a high standard of liv liv-inr.
inr. liv-inr. An effective taxing system which redistributes the na na-tic
tic na-tic nal wealth into as many hands and mouths as possible, plus
W rh moral and sanitary standards keep her out fron. In ef ef-leet
leet ef-leet then, the U S.A. depends upon other nations to buy econ economic
omic economic goods from her Without this favorable trade balance,
what then? The U.SA. is by no means self-sufficient. If Cana Canada
da Canada and all of Latin America took thler business elsewhere, could
you tell us what the results would be?

By VICTOR RIESEL

There were three worried men

observing waiter -tteutaer at ine

special auto workers. Union con

vention in ueuroit uus past wee.
Tne tnree were government, oui oui-ciais.
ciais. oui-ciais. mey are part at a conting contingent
ent contingent of M "bird watchers,'' as I've
just neard tnem quaintly descrio-ea.

ihe birds these men must

walcn. until uey actually take wing
are tue mystenous sieuaer Army,

navy and Air i'orce rockets? What

trouoies Uie ooservers, members

of Joseph Finuegan's neuerai ixte-

Uiiabou and Conciliation Service,;

it mat mere never nas oeen os
intricate, so sensitive ana so ex ex-piosive
piosive ex-piosive network of snaps, wont

ing people ana manuuaurers m

u. t. aisiory att ne complex now
siowiy roniUe, our mecnanicai oirus

one oy one.

It takes, lor example, 5000 small
feeuer mio.js to uieuaie me uuuues

m a pardvdiar one oi our seciet

nasaiies wnicn is not eyi peneci-

eu. most oi tnese leeuer suous

u to oil uinouueu woinsrs ui
uieui. ine uig&esi of tnese ieeuer
pianu. uigpaicnuig uuy nieeuauiom
v liic 6"""- gualuCu uoaVUlui laC-
turieb, mosuy on tne west ioasi,
nas ,ouo men.

'ine sugiuest disruption in these

Shops Win ueiay aumc uig DlTu,

auu iuiociv reuerai sueuuiic anu

even inui-udnua ocneuUted w-x

uase uiu i mean cape cunave

ta.

while these little plants biossom

new testing ones e tijiuuung

oooin iowho. mere s neavy cvuia-

aucuoii Hi uaue caiiaveiui. me

lrrnauuns uieie aie oeiu& auioom

eu uy uie lueuiatuiu oervici s peo

ple. aU ot wnicn nas enaoieu cue

nation s, CUiei aniquiuzer Oi snui

some ot ms "uiru wattners 10
Denver, mere mey u &eep an eye
on tne construction of the new in

tercontinental uauisuc tissue

iauncmng sue near Liieyenhe, Wy

oming.

(S) The greatest, most monumental document ever writ written
ten written le the Constitution Of the United States of America. Your
country was founded upon democratic princlDles nni WeaH
She is the acknowledged leader of the free world. Leadership in
hy endeavor entails sacrifices and hard work. Why then, dn
so many Americans brag and boast about their efforts to aid
!sser nations in the family of the free world? Have you any
idea how much resentment Is caused bv this indiscretion'

Americans on a whole are so materialistic that ,hey fail to

understand and evaluate in proper proportion the value of mo mo-KM
KM mo-KM support. All that Panama and most of the other Latin
AAwrlcan republics could offer as their contribution to World
WAr I, and World War II was moral support. How do you
enattt that? On what scale, please?

(4) Incidentally, for all its flexibiltv. timeliness and vlslnn

t Constitution of the United States contains some vague and

W48UC passages: -wia secure tne wessings of liberty to our our-selves
selves our-selves and our nosteritv. rfn ordain nnH establish this rnnstitni

TOn for the United States of America." Does this include the
liberty, first class liberty, of all American citizens? Answer that
if -you can. I guess tare can both give each other lessons in
semantics.
(5) Lloyd LaBeach, runner, and Chavez, weightltfter, won
tffird place and second place, respectively, for Panama in world
Olympic games held in England and Finland. Yes, we have no
Mpbel prize candidates because our thinkers find It more prof It Italic
alic Italic to mess around with politics rather than uplift uor coun counter
ter counter by noble deeds and thoughts.

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WASHINGTON It has now
been four years ago this month
that "Generous Doug'' McKay
handed 400 acres oi the Rogue

River National Forest over to
the Al Sarena Mining Company

at the behest of his crony, GOP

Congressman Harris Eiiswonn m

Oregon.

Doug's excuse tor letting w

acres oi uus virgin uougias m

est out of the taxpayers hands

was an old mining law and the

their Congressmen voted against

education last summer.

This column will, theretore, un

dertake to publish their names,
state-by-state on the installment

plan.

Here are the Congressmen irom
the state o Texas who voted to
take tidelands oil away from the

48 states to benefit Texas, I-ouisia-na
and California but who voted

against aid to all the children of

tne nation:

excuse that the Al Sarena watl 3ruce Alger, the lone Rsputyic

Finuegan expects many bases' a
rounu cneyenc. inia means strike

against a tougn construction oeaa-

Uiue wnicn prooaoiy win ue moved

nearer by wasmngton as uie Rus Russians
sians Russians maneuver on the worid

irom.

rnuiegan's "bird watchers" ex expects
pects expects mas to be tne rougnesi year
since tne builoing of Uie x-yrannas.
The Memauon and Cduciuauon
Service expects to get caught in
a squeeze, xhis happened last Weu-nesaay.

iciuniiuuai rtoou.
struck the Kolis
Co.; u Ldpg .a
TherNafy and" i

A Disgusted Patriotic Panamanian

PLEA FOR UNDERSTANDING

At the beginning of the year I subscribed t. rh Panama

lerican in order to acquaint myself with the political, econ-

juiu oueiai way oi ine oi our neignoors on the Canal Zone.

o snvniK in opuinsn wnos vonr npst hrnthnvj Vn

it neighbor.

1)1 IT find It. st.rnnorp that aHnngtiul 1 i y

I0ld busy themselves throwing rocks at us through the Mall
, mst because we demand our riht 6

"ft fVtficn narnnnr. -- n a .

iAt.ni. A-XT. ilu u i troume to compare the
?!25?tf 5 V01, Yith 411086 of othe'- countries, they wouid
ttffit Th? WC hiV,6' mt the orth American
Tonot hL??l- ?f Pa?ama- Nt predominantly Catholic,
mtTrntSL ards anyone, but will react to any at at-aStheV
aStheV at-aStheV ekT whereas when treated we" with Jus-
iLi? mS'S?1 !re Rwations of Panamanians win not
i8FnnVtSy ?Ie gMS?eB of Amecan people since
Mto. cannot hide the sun with your hands- but that doVs nnr
'Trite-!!! ?f claim what i ours dCS- n

j U4iii wr n i. i, h niinr Lnnn.. J m

I nave mosquitoes it doesn't matter how much m0nev VOU
&5t2? come oyerXX?,

.uiuanu eBusea Dy tne septin tanks in fa ntnf r

erupts, there win be no curtain tp hpldlt back
Leonldas Sanchez
100 Per Cent Panamanian

Jinioenero 27 MAIL BOX
' AGTJADTJLCE PHILOSOPHER

Some 4,500 members ol the In

ternational Assn. of Macninists

Kollsman instrument

anu in AAv xork.

y and Air rbfee never

screamed louder for mediation

help. The union had its just griev

ances. The company stood tight

on wages. The Navy ana Air Force

wanteu the precision pan r their
guided missiles program nuw being

investigated Dy tne -senate and

the White House, too.

This is the first important mis missile
sile missile innards strike. To most of the

nation it went unnoticed. But what

worries the government now is the

possibility of strike fever hitting

the thousands of big and small air aircraft
craft aircraft and missile plants if "the auto
industry is struck by. Reuther.

Walter Winthell In New York

coins to mine cold.

Various people, including this
writer, Congressman Charles Por Porter
ter Porter of Oregon, Deomocrai, and
Sen. Dick Neuberger of Oregon,
claimed the excuse was phony and
that no ore would ever be rnained.
The other day Neuberger receiv received
ed received an interesting letter from the
U. S. Forest Service. It stated
that no mining actitivity of any
extents has occured on the Al Sa Sarena
rena Sarena acreage since 1955.
Earlier, at Senate hearings, a

forest ranger testi led under oath
that he had observed no mining
in 13 years he had served in the

Rogue River National Forest.
This writer also exhibited pic

tures of the Al Sarena mining

shcaks showing that they were

falling apart and that no human

hand had disturbed their coDweos

or rusty higes ior years.

Nevertheless, McKay nanaea o-

ver this rich domain to a private

company after his subordinates

had ruled against him. also after

his Cabinet qo league Secretary of

Agriculture Benson had recom recommended
mended recommended against him, but after his
Republican firend from Oregon,

Congressman Ellsworth, had re

peatedly Dadgered mm.

As of today, here are tne payoffs:

The Broadway-Hollywood Line ispot turned away 300 cash cis
The first Winchell national tele- toners Saturday midnight.. Came
vision noil (more to come) as tai- -w telegram aunuay mgnt (one
vision poll more to tome; ma uu ; weakest nicnis inr most

night ciubs) irom ir. H ue's ace

Corp., 305 p. 45th Street, N.Y. ...
Since we started the poll (Dec. 26)
we have received over 32,000 cards
and letters from Winchell readers
in the 48 States ... NBC's Matinee,
Theatre campaigned and election electioneered
eered electioneered for two days recommending

that viewers vote in the Winchell
tv poll ... Added John Conte of that
program: "And if you do, won't

you please say your favorite is
Matinee Theatre!"...Many "votes"
have been received for that 'show
to date. The column feels that
these "votes" should be voided on
the grounds that this electioneer electioneering
ing electioneering was um'air to all the other tv
programs which did not "camp "campaign"
aign" "campaign" ...."The .Walter WincheU
File" hasJalsofWfe voided... There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, of the 1st 2,000 pieces of "val "valid"
id" "valid" mail counted (in which there

were 10,224 votes), these programs
shared in the applause:
1: Perry Como: 350
2: Lawrence Welk: 314
3: Gun smoke: 206
4: Playhouse 90: 247
5: Void, void, void, void void
6: Steve Allen: 203
7: What's i My Line?: 202
8: Wagon Train: 198
9: Perry Mason: 177
10: Maverick: 176

Please continue to send us the

names of the network proerams

you preier ... write to WiW., 235

w at, ni.u n. Thanks

Piy-off No. 1 The Al Sarena
Co. has now lagged commercial

ly 2,961,000 board ieit of valuable

fir and pine, iweceived this tim-

colyumist. "I don't know what our r .TtS?? wMK"
taxpayers' money keeps seeing in!e fue thc ef the' Unit'
(ham iea Males.

tllVJUi

FTti ll ten

i z vi. viniiiu Admire MPinro it woo

iy oan jeronimo mm p t z 4U

T.frilpa nros m llfl- i.i'

Nazis 7Z, XTtSJ? ?n June 10, 1942 by

must rule- who is thr"T Ji me state

I am toe mn T am thp ate cna"ange my ftuthor'

A. monument was erected in this

JIAred and so-called leaders t "J? 01 se"-

ctilof a55hgSde body; thrdy toat preXycrfed
Oht So much for liberty and iustice Not nni tnr hi.i Z.?

Ms family, neighbors, and the world around him The fleM was
KSJdtt-E? 1ivelleVpedi ls that a d Si manhlAlen
luuieu man uve one. A man alive can fiaht m

6 "Tf" Mu"w "5 aeaa oniy make history;, while
w: a black mark on the works nt fho nir, 7

Mlc "'asies wnicn are enacted upon the stage of
nVfW! a spark of defia"ce to counte?:
one persons self-dictator al mensnrps tn ru hn r....

ES i.1!." -T.thSy .1Jnowinat: They are willing to be

.,i wxujr wic iruit oi me vine ana it is sweet thev
arehappy and progressive. When it-goes against the basic prin prin-eipftis
eipftis prin-eipftis of mans right to live and gain happiness under the lib-

-v, i V"P """y wo worn wnicn ne cares to perform

ii m7i Te i a lons ume- "t, tne seed
Within all of us not to hurt, but to crow

When growth ls stymied people always rise up and perform
the actions which they feel are necessary for a brighter tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Not because of hate but because of the normal growth of
Wolutlon. We can hate, fear and desire, yet it might be better

r s puiaMti wen useu constructively witn tne. thought for

MfiT u x "um 1,01 De ours "Ui someday our children's

M. R. Crewe

Thert is no doubt that Reuther
and his colleagues are preparing
for at least a three' month strike.
First, they've set up a strike re relief
lief relief program which could cost them
$8,000,000 a week if GM is hit.

There may be minor modifications
hut the general strike relief clan

calls for no payments during the
first two wedks to auto strikers

against any of the iBig Thre in au

to. From the third to the seventh

week, payments will be $12 for

single members $17 for married

members with no children and $21

for married members with young

sters.

In addition there will be boosts

during tht period from the seventh

to the 11th week Deriod and fur

ther hikes in benefits after that.

Furthermore, Reuther and his col

leagues will meet in March with

Leo Ferns, tne At l-uio s own re

lief and social services director.
They'll talk not only of soup kit kitchens
chens kitchens and emergency allotments,

but ot handling such problems for

strikers as moratoriums on rent,

car payments, lurmture and ap

pliance installments and state

relief payments.

Of course, the government

knows of these detailed plans and

takes rt au quite seriously. The

Mediation Service takes no posi

tion on the issues. It is eager only

to shorten any conflict which might

keep the .mechanical birds ground

ed.

An auto strike, or even-an in industry
dustry industry cold ear, could tough off

stoppages m tne org missut com

plex. For this area is covered by
the Auto Union and the Machinists
who work together in the aircraft

ana missne neius.
The three observers at tht spe

cial

not only

crporatin executives, as well, it

takes two parties on make a peace
ful industry and sign a peace pact.
The government is working en
both sides.
It wants the workers to be well
paid. It wants the companies to
make their profits. But most of all
it wants the "birds" to fly.

The picture in Lift snowing so society
ciety society orchestra batoneer Lester
Lanin (conducting a 200 piece
crew) cost him $2,000 The Musi Musicians'
cians' Musicians' Union demanded the f ii 1 1

$10 per hour scale for each tootler
(or tiddler) even if they played on on-ly
ly on-ly one note during the nut's ho-

cus-focusing ... Peggy Lee's new
act at the Copa will be such a

rimuvuuu umi sne s Dnnging a

staff o; 15 from H'Wood. La Star

opens mere Feb. 6th ...Here's a

neckuva switch: The real Prince
Mike Romanoff fof the Pint nt

Russia's clan) is so broke in Pa

ns ne can nardly afford a meal meal-Mike
Mike meal-Mike Romanoff, who kidded i.nn,

tinents tor decades (until he be became
came became a Beverly Hillionaire), land landlords
lords landlords over three of America's most
popular restaurants. Bevhills, San

" ana raim springs, Cal
... Jane Morgan's enohantmn MA.

-,li -I 4irT r TET j- w

uiuiug vi rascinauon will toon
reach the million vnlrtmn rM

aie nas soia over

gagman. Eddie Forman: "Joint is

packed. Gave Blue this opening
line which uroke up ine piace.
'We were doing a nice quiet busi business
ness business then W. W. had to pen ms
big mouth and now you can't get
a seat in the joint.'
From Alan Jarlson's essay in a
Los Angeles paper: "Las Vegas,
Jan. 18tn: 'We were bums for live
years; then suddenly someone
gave us a break.' Dan Rowan oi
Kowan and Martin, was Uoing the
talking. And the 'someone' he was
talking about was Jack Entratter.

producer of the show. Three nishts

after they confused the audience
they, were signed la a 7-year con

tract with NBC to appear with
such Stars as Dinah. Perrv and

Steve. The have "played ah over
the nation at the leading soots and

have a long contract for films.

Partner Dick Martin added: 'We

are making eight times the loot

we made when we started.'

That Is indeed Quite a skewn on

me, Alan. Quite' a skewp.

Wilbur Clark's famed Desert Inn

(Vegas) has nineteen coif cham

pions so far for its sixth annual
Tournament of Champions ... The
tourney starts on the Desert Inn

course April 23rd when Bing, Bob
and Walter preface the event with
a putting match usually crowd crowded
ed crowded with people and howls ...Jim ...Jimmy
my ...Jimmy Demarte (winter of 3 tourna tournaments
ments tournaments in a year) prob'ly will be
the choice to 'win ...Gene Littler
won it thrice in a row, enriching
backer Frankie Laine...Mr. Clark

(and associates) guarantee the
Runyon Cancer Fund $35,000 each

year, but it afWays winds up with
over $60,000. thanks again to them

the golf stars and the philantrop-

isis, wno commute so handsome handsomely
ly handsomely at the annual "Calcutta" to the

Runyon Fund ... The slogan of
which is:' 'fNever a penny ever

deducted for expenses of any kind

irom tne donors f.

, Memo to Box-Office Men Every Everywhere:
where: Everywhere: The mother of producer
Saint Subber (and the widow of
Saul Subbar, the', popular ticket ticket-broker
broker ticket-broker who passed the other day
tells the col'm that hundreds of
box:office stafers (and dther
riends, of her son) wonder what
they can do in Saul's memory. He
was one of .he sweetest and most
gentle of men ... She suggests they
donate a nickel or a dollar to the
Runyon Cancer Fund ...Rose Sub Subber
ber Subber continues operating his ticket
brokeraeg at the Park Sheraton
Hotel ... One for Ripley. Harlan
Gnffith, Ford dealer from The

Dalles Oregon), was practicing

gon wives at Indian Weds C. C.

yesterday..., There were over 100

automdhUes around the parking lot
... The first ball he smacked broke

the rear window of his own car

Overheard in Lindy's: "Teevee is

nice work If you can get it" ..."He
means if you can keen it" ...

Short description of teevee: Where

tne stars come down to earth.

Topic "A" was the British nress

blasts at American reports and

the Mahbu police for reoortinc the

news ana Keeping ine peace atter
Miss Churchill hiccupped: "We

British are the master race

ana: "xou Americans are no

good'
"What an ingrate,' moaned

fl

Pay-off No. 2 The man who
persuaded Henerous Doug 'to

grant this timber bonanza to his

Al Sarena friends, Congressman

Ellsworth, has now been reward

ed by Eisenhower. E lsworth was

defeated for Congress because O-

regon voters revolted against the

giveaway, and subsequently made
chairman of the Civil Service Com

mission, whose job it is to pro

mote clean government. 1

TARGET: LITTLE ROCK
The House Armed Services Com
mittee has never been under tight tighter
er tighter secrecy wraps as it considers
out- critical race with Russia.
Behind closed doors recently,
the pom mittee was disucussing the

de.ense potentials of a ballistic
missile with a range 6 1,250 miles.
"About how far is That?" some someone
one someone asked. "Isn't' it a fairly short
range for a missileP"
"Well, I'd say it was about as
far as from here to Omaha, Ne

braska," suggested Rep. George
Miller of California.

"Yes but the missile won't be

pointed in' that direction," observ observed
ed observed another colleague drilv.

"No, drawled seereeatiomst

nep. Mender Kivers of South Ca

ronna, -tney re probably savine

this one for Little Rock. Arkan

sas.

OPPOSED TO EDUCATION
Now that there's so much talk

about the American lae in educa

tion, it might be a good idea for
the voters to know just which of

ah from Texas; Jack Brooks. O-

mar Burleson, Martin Dies, John
Dowdy, O. C. Fisher, Frank Ikard,
Paul Kilday, Joe Kilgore, George
Mahon," Wright Patman, W. R.
Poague, Walter Rogers, J. T. Tu-
therforil Alharf Thnmit fllin

Teague, C ark Thompson, Homer
Thornhjrry, Lindley Beckworth,
all Democrats.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE

Senator McClellan of Arkansas
had a special guard outside his
olfice during part of his Teamster

prone. Be also quit driving his
car. The police feared a bomb

might be Placed underneath When

beautiful Baroness Silvercruys,

wiie o the Belgian Ambassador
asked Maraaret Truman Daniel

fof pictures of her new baby, Mar

garet repuea: "i aon't carry pic pictures
tures pictures of the babv." Later, how.

eVer, she produced several... Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brando affects a thick South

ern accent in his hew picture "Sa "Sa-yonara."
yonara." "Sa-yonara." It's a Japanese love af affair
fair affair with some Little Rock over overtones
tones overtones and some terrific acting....
Whie the Air Force is so hard
up fpr cash it almost had to cur curtain
tain curtain planes for the Weather Bu Bureau's
reau's Bureau's hurricane research. Col.
Sarry Shoup of Colorado Springs
id two fellow cojonels flew a

v-o to nasungs, eo where they
spent the weekend hunting with
a. former Air Force Buddy,
(fcarles W. Youngson... Herbert
am, Labor spokesman for the Na

tional Association ior the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement 0. Colored People, has com com-P1ind
P1ind com-P1ind to Vice President Nixon
that defense industries are discri discriminating
minating discriminating against Negroes in the
North as well as in the South.

Hi'l cited Chicago as the worst
example. He charged that 98 per
cent of the firms placing orders
with employment agencies speci specify
fy specify they don "t want Negroes... Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's economic advisers
have warned that umemployment
will hit the '4,000,000 mark in Fe February
bruary February 800,000 more people out
of jobs than a year ago.

A peculiarly hard condition
of imprisonment in the Ameri American
can American colonial days was the lac)
that a prisoner often had to
pay for his bdard. Before leav leaving
ing leaving jail, he or his relatives had
to pay these charges. One jail
keeper felt particularly out outraged
raged outraged because a prisoner es escaped
caped escaped owing him a big bill.
C Brltannica Jr. Encyclopedia

i A i 111.

pl-3

A Rorkira-meter is o sort of

, piggy bonk on a hitching post.

PANAMA COLON
FEB. 2-8 7:30
BILLY GRAHAM
CRUSADE

FLY IACSA

to s colorful

SUPER CONVAIR 320

uuu.ooo con es ... Sid

tmogene Coca resume delighting
teeviewers (over ABCi snnn wi

come home ... Overheard a b o u

eing and Kathy Crosby: "It's a-

mazing now married some people1
can get." K
There couldn't be any benefit
ShOWS anvwhefa urithn,, k

folks. It was our pleasure agate
to help emcee the one flung by
Mr. and Mrs. Deal Arnaz (1 n d
iVend) "tDesi's popular West Western
ern Western HillS Hotel near th Tl-

Wells c. r. tho 1 ml

nTCiL 1001 is the Boys

v-.uu vi uiai attractive ourg ...Be ...Besides
sides ...Besides Lucille Ball and her groom,
tne Others Who kent the pmmA t

- WWTTU Ul
generous donors in stitches and
delighted were Dannv tw..

e inree ooservers at tnt spe- i with his best rnntlni J.n. n
Auto Union convention iamftJr'J
,nly to the union, but to uU The cimS

chestra which he has kept inUct
for oyef ten years 3ince he and
Lucille became America's tv pets.

Have a H'wood Novelet: Ben
Blue, a top-flight comedian all his
nfe, decided to open his own spot
at Santa Monica recently ... He
didn t bother his many zillionalre
((Is for a touch ... He hocked his
home, his car, the wife's gems and
borrowed $400 from his children's
piggy banks, instead ... He is the
sole boss ... Biz started oksy, he
reports, until this notoriously ea

sy-audience rocked and roared at
his hilarious gags and loved the
personnel in his immensely funny
revue ... We ran four large plugs
(in as many columns) and th

BILLY GRAHAM
CRUSADE

COLON
FEB. 2-8

PANAMA''
7.30

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

THE SECRETARY.

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Wealthy Englishman
Hissing From Home
May Be Hibernating

READING. Enaland, Jan 27

(Tjp) Wealthy Douglas Cloke,
56, is missing from his home near
here and his wife says he may be
turns coid, Cloke's mind seems to
freeze up, his wife explained

H5LLY

She says the trouble started
whn Cloke had a nervous break breakdown
down breakdown three years ago Now, cold
winds, snow and ice made him
withdraw from normal li e

"He becomes lethargic and in,
capable of carrying ou nis ormal

work The doctors say ties in

state oi hibernation, said
Cloke

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Movies-reuvisioN
by Erskine Johnson
MA Staff CtrmmahM

mkv iRRivFn Prom left to right, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. W. Paton, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and

Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gooch, Jr., who will live in Panama. Paton is vice-president in charge of.
foreign marketing for the Gulf Oil Corporation and Gooch has just been named vice-president
of the newly-founded Panamanian company, Gulf petroleum. S.A.

She said that when the i'lness
first hit Cloke, he drove away

from 4iis 600. aca farm in. one
of his two cars lie was found
next day half a mile away, unable
to recognize his surroundings and
not sure who he was. or how he
got there, Mrs Cloke said
"The temperature drops and he

begins to look tired," she said

men ne wakes up and his mem memory
ory memory has left him He doesn't know
me or our son As the Weeks pass
and the temperature rises he im improves
proves improves "Spring comes and he snaps back
into place, .with his memory un unimpaired
impaired unimpaired about events which hap happened
pened happened bofore he went into his wint winter
er winter sleep
"But his time he left home with

only 10 shillings ($140) I fear

for hom" if

Tall, distinguished-looking Cloke

lett ummjm loot nine days ago

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Behind
the Screens: Eddie Fisher is going-
to stop fishing for laughs the
season's first casualty in the TV
whirlpool that has been trying to

spin singers into the laugh cas

cade. The big change on the Fish-er-Qobel
alternating NBC-TV show
leaves the laughs to Lonesome

George, where they should have

Mrs l been left in the first place, and

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uie swigs iu cuuie. as ineir" new
producer, Gil Roden, sees it:

Not in the Script: Sophia Lor

en about glamor: "It's 90 per
cent what a girl has cot and 50

per crent what people think she

Now it's June Lockhart writing
her memoirs but hei only "sen "sensational
sational "sensational confession," she's laugh
ing,- "is that I had the same par

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COMPLETE ENGINEER COURSE Ten memb ers of D Battery and Hq. and Hq. Battery,
764th AAA Battalion recently completed an 80 -hour course in first and second echelon main maintenance
tenance maintenance on generator plants. Conducted by V ernon A. Dunnell, civilian Inspector of the
USARCARIB Engineer Office maintenance dlv islon, this was the first course of its kind for
personnel of the tinit. Honor graduates were Pfc. Robert F. Montie and Sp3 Robert F. Ready,
both of whom achieved grades of 97. Shown are, first row, left to right: Pvt. William D.
Boyle, Pfc. Gentry D. North, Roady, Pfc. Rich ard H. Burback and Pvt. Jerry H. Kline. Sec Second
ond Second row, left to right, Pfc. Lester A. Landry, Pfc. Donald E. Gruenwald, Pfc. Joe C. Skaina.
oar "rdw left to right, Montie, Pfc. John C Smallwood, and the Instructor, Mr. Dunnell.
(U.S. Army Photo)

"Eddie is a singer and one oi
the best, but he has been used
wrong in trying to make, him a
comedian. He should be on the
butt end of jokes and not the one
to punch them. I intend to use
him mostly as a singer, host and
to integrate the guesting."
All TV singers trying to h co

medians will please paste on their

dressing room mirrors.

What does Hollywood think of

pay-TV? Here's' what one Holly Holly-woodsman,
woodsman, Holly-woodsman, veteran director. Mer Mer-vyn
vyn Mer-vyn LeRoy, wrote for the Decem

ber Atlantic Monthly: "Having

played an elusive philanderer for

almost a decade, the motion pic

ture industry, for whom television

has been a beguiling and conve

nient mistress, is about to make
an honest woman of its faithful

paramour through a proposal of

marriage with pay-TV. No mat

ter where the chips fall for the

exhibitors or the TV networks, pay

rv s marriage with motion Die

uires cannot oe nai-ted.

How to win money from
friends:

Ask

your

'em who played the origi

nai rrankenstein and who play

ea uie original "mm Manr on

the screen. The answers are NOT

Boris Karloff and William Powell

Colin Clive played the scientist
named Frankenstein who created

the monster, played by Karloff

Powell played Nick Charles, the
retired private eye who solved the

murder of the "Thin Man" (Ed
-ward Ellis) in the first movie of

the series.

The western influence, with

my "Oh, no," subtitle: Mario Lan

za and Director Roy Rowland

working on a western script f o

him. As a singing cowboy yet

... Rex Harrison and Kay Kendall
have been signed, sealed and are

about to be delivered, m Februa
ry, as the parents in "The Reluct

ant Debutante." The picture will

be filmed in Parisand London

Debbie Reynolds' date with the

stork cost her-the deb role, which

leiiiams uncasi.

The out-of-the-world snare craz

has launched "Flhrht" m ti.

film series for next fall. George

nurns TV company will produce
the show with his assurance: "We
will range far for our stories and
if it flies we'll do it."

This Is Hollywood. Mm. Jnnee-

Art Linkletter's blushes. He ad advised
vised advised Henry J. Kaiser against buy buying
ing buying "Maverick." the western cn.

ries now out-pointing Ed Sullivan
and Steve Allen as Sunday night's

uip i v snow.

15V Alley Is Tasking About

Will Rogers Jr. and Kasey Rog

ers, onetime Paramount actress
cast as the" co stars nf the tele

film series, "Swiss Family Rob
inson."...Mel Torme shelving sing

ing tor a try at straight actmg

Ff ank Lovejpy refitting his series
from "Meet McGrawl' to "The Ad

ventures of McGraw." The spons
or asked for more emnhasis on

the adventure format as audience

bait in the TV logs, v

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AWARDS CEREMONY During a rscent awards ceremony in his office, Col. Robert W. Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, commandin gofficer, 1st Battle Group, 20 th Infantry, pins a Bronze Star Medal on Pfc.
Garnett Jackson, Headquarters and Headquarters .Company. Also honored were Capt. Arthur
H. Newhart (right), .formerly ,the commandins officer of Service Company, 20th Infantry, and
no assigned to G-3, Headquarters, USARCARIB. BSM (first oak leaf cluster); Sfc. Wllford

Coff. Ceras-H's left, A Company, Arm Commendation Ribbon, and Sfc James Alger, partial-

West had the right idea when

he doubled. He did not like the
sound of the bidding and he Knew
suits were not going to break well

tor declarer.

If his defense had been as bril

liant as his bidding he would have

reaped a nice profit from his dou double.
ble. double. As it was he just gave South
some extra points.
West opened the three of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and dummy's jack lost to
East's ace. Now East made his
worst possible play, a low club.
This was allowed to ride to dum dummy's
my's dummy's jack and a heart was led.
South played the king and West
won with' the ace.

Woct nloved lnw ti-itmn GAiifh

won in his own hand and riikcarded

a i'iiiii i nil iiiimmv in, n I niifiari

nf heart. A third heart wan trnran.

ed in dummy and a fourth heart

aiscaroea on tne king ot diamonds.

bouth led a club and finessed
the mieen. Wis last heart was nif.

fed by dummy's third trump and

a diamond rutted in his own
hand. Now South played the ace
of clubs and West was helpless to
make any trick exdept his ace of

trumps.

How did West go wrong Jh the
defense? To start with he should
have opened a trump. Then, when

he got in with the fcce of hearts M

should have Diayed ace and .moth

er trump and South wuold have
been down two tricks.; Even after

the diamond opening and his part

ner's bad club play West could

have beaten the, hand.

He did lead a trump when he
eot in- with the are nf hearts hut

that was too little and too late He

Should have led ace and another

trump an dSouth would still have
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Q The bidding has been:

North East South West

l Pass 2N-T. Pass

iS Pass ?

You, South, hold:

Of VW tm095 AQJ
What do you bid?
A Three no-trump. You are
well prepared for all unhid suits,
and have the same IS points you
started with.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of bidding three spades
your partner's rebid was three;
; hearts. What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

and Headquarter'! Company, Department of the Army letter of ap-

DON'T MISS
BILLY GRAHAM
FEB 2-8

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY CF BENEFICENCE

f PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordina try Drawing No. 2029, Sunday, Jinutry 26, 1 958
The whole ticket has 51 pieces divided in twtf series "A" St "B" of 26 pieces each
Firsi Prize 1127 $ 52,000.00

Second Prize
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''Third Prize

5172
513 8

S 1 5,600 00
$ 7,800 00

Mo. PtIh. No Jrlie- I Ns rrlir Ne. Prlw No. Prlitf No. Prise- No. Prlrei No. Prliw Ho. PrlTe-
S' s s s S S t
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Vm Jii,7 52,??? ilS 3E J.sh.w n z.dm.m sm 2,600.00 1127 2,000.00 7127 1 2,00.00 sm 2,000.0
an iM w 12-2 JSJf. m ,MM 15M 5217 I. 8227 'a w 7227 isiM lMM
S ISm 2S !22 521 'S-!: nn 'lHM 4327 158 09 aV 158M 27 15a- 7327 154 M 27 158tf-
as imm um .22 VS, l5'f 31E ,MM 4427 15SM 5427 154 4427 1"N 77 158 4427 tSCvif
m im S !22 5552 4ta4 J7- 1S444 4S27 154411 5527 8427 iw-4 7427 "8 4427 i"-9
? i?S J'?2 if27 J44 ,M27 156.00 4627 150.00 527 156.00, 27 156.00 7627 156.00 827 15.
nil ,22 2S !22 SS !5 W27 144 M 4727 ,MM 4727 144m 4727 15444 7727 148 8717 ,4f
an 22 SS 22 2S J22 SS ,44- 4827 158 M 4827 14848 8827 144 44 7827 154 w 8827 1S4-ti
8,27 144 M 1427 lS 7 IS: SI7 lSOOO I7 ISO.PO 527 ISO.OO 27 I56.ee 7S27 1SC0 8927 1501
Approximations Derived From First Prize

No

0027 156.e.
H27 2,800.1

9327 V 156

9427
9527

9627 156.0

9727 15S.f
9827 156.00
927 156.0

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Ul 520.00 1121 526.ee 1123 520.90 I 112S 520.00 1128 520. 1130 520.00 1132 520.0 ll34 520.00 113 52(D0 l
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Approximations Derived From Second Prize
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8172 289M 1172 260,60 217? 26.06 3171 20 00 4172 260-00 6171 260.00 7172 260.00 8172 280 6172, 240.06
' SS 122 !!H !22 4187 14899 4184 139 99 4,71 138" 8174 t99 "o e sm ?m so : 130
SIS 130.00 5166 130.6 118 130.00 5170 130.00 5173 130.00 5175 130.6 5177 130.00 5179 134 5181 130.66
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
t t t s s
13S 156.00 1138 156.06 2138 156.66 S138 15666 4138 156.00 6138 156.6 T11S 156.00 8138 158.06, 9138 15.
2 222 i!S 4133 I?49! 5,35 tw-8 4137 im su mm 5U2 m su4 imoo sue i64.e
51S6 164.66 S132 104.00 513. 164. 5136 164.06 513 104.00 S141 104.00 5143 164 M J 5145 14.6 5147 J64.6
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The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 7 and not Included in the above list win Fifty-two Dollars ($52.00)
Tlve whole ticket has 558 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each

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Signed by: ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of .tne Province of Panama. Panama.-The
The Panama.-The Representative of the Treasury JOEL MEDINA

Ced.: 47-12155

WITNESSES: Sabino Figucroa. Ced. 34-3519
Edmundo Dalphy, Ced. 11-661

JULIO R. VALDES D.
Notary- Public. Panama

PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary.

urn ticket! with Uie last cipher and with the two last
pnly only to the First Prhe.
th 2nd and 3rd Priies are drawn separately The d-

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proximaiion4 are caiptiipted on the First. Second end Third Prizes In case
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DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, January 26, 1958
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Drawing Number 730

Fraction

27
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38

Firjt Prize
Second Prize. .
Third Prize. .

Ticket

$11.00 $220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00

The prhes wUI be pie In accordance with the Official 1 .1st of Panama m

the nfflrc of th- H .dona Rpneflrcnt LnttCrv sitnaie on Tentral

Plan of Ordhiarv Drcwinf No: Which wfll

take place February 2, 1958
Divided I)4 two series of 2 fractions each denominated "A" and "'B"

FIRST rnitv.
1 First Prize. Serlea A and B, of S2fi.nort.nn each series
1 Second Prize. Series A and B. of 7.800 00 each serlej
1 Third Prize. Serier A and B, c 3. 90n.rtf! each series
16-Approximations. Series A and B. of 2fiO.no. each series
9 Prizes Series A and B. of 1.300 00 each series
90 Prizes. Series A and B. of T noearh series
900 Prizes. Series A and B. of v 2S.00 each series
SECOND PRIZE
19 Approximations. Series A and B. of $ S500 each series
Prizes, Serlea A and B. o 130 00 each series
THIRD PRIZE
18 Approximations, Series A and B. of $ S2 00 each serlea
9 Prizea. Serlea A and B. of 18.OO each series

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174 Prizes

Total

SI7.9M.

Price of a whole ticket -r. $26 00

Pricei of a fifty-second port

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT )IS( l NTS OR TAXES

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LADIES OF PANAMA'S DIPLOMATIC CORPS
HOLD MONTHLY GATHERING AT SPANISH EMBASSY
The ladies of Panama's Diplomatic Corps are holding a
tea this afternoon at 3 o'clock to mark their regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting Mrs. Herminia de Gabaldon, wife of the Span Spanish
ish Spanish Ambassador nf Spain to Panama, Federico Gabaldon y
Navarro, will be hostess at the affair which will be given at
the Spanish Embassy.

doctors' Wives Club
Will Give luncheon
the Doctors' Wives Club will1
five t luncheon it 12:30 Wednes
day at the Ft. Kobbe Officers
Club. Mrs. Charles D e g o n is
chairman of the arrangements
committee.
A representative of Shaw's will
give a talk on china and crystal.
Tha Thurston Browns
nttrtain At Homo
flr. and -Mrs. Thurston D.
Brawn entertained last (Thursday
evening at a cocktail-nufft't pari y
held at their home in Curundu
Heights. The affair was in honor
of- .Col. David Armit;igi and Lt.
Col. Chester Dombrowski. Amrng
the invited guests were:
Mrs. It: Heber Gooden. The
very Rev. and Mrs. 1 Mainert J.
Peterson, Col. and vMrs. Walter
KilDlae, Col. Joseph F. EScude,
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard M. Lo Lovelace,
velace, Lovelace, Lt. Col and Mrs. Leslie.
C. Wood, Cdr. and Mrs. Richard
Sexton, Maj. and Mrs. Roberto
.reraita,, Ma, ana Mrs. stepntn
fcloyes, Maj. and Mrs. George' W.
Chadderton;
. Capt. and Mrs. Charles F.
Smith, Capt. and Mrs. Sam H
Smith, Lt. and Mrs. Richard D.
Cator, Mrs. Robert Donley, Mrs.
Ruby Harpe, Mr. and Mrs, Stan-J
lev Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Da-

niel F. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Forgeson, 'Mr. and Mrs'.
Charles Southwell, Mr. and Mrs.
John Brown and Mr. Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruppel
Return Prom St aim
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ruppel
of Diablo Heights returned recent recently
ly recently from a two-month vacation
apejtt in Pennsylvania., New York
and Florida. While in Florida the
Ruppels attended a teunion of the
Panama Canal Society in St.
, Petersburg. k
j Sandfords' House Guests
Returns To Dallas, Texas
; -Mr. and Mrs. James G. Barrett
: Dallas, Texas, who have been
the house guests of Mr. anS Mrs.
George Sanford of Diablo Heights,
i left Friday for their home iu the
j United States. En route they plan
! to stop off m Mexico City.

Masonic Officials Guests
At tl Panama Hilton Hotel
' Br. and Mrs. Andrew G. Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Upton of Lowell, Mass. are. guests
; at the El Panama Hilton Hotel.
Both men are officers .of the
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts
anJ here on official business.
Several social functions have
been planned for Mrs. Jenkins and
Mrs.vUpton by the wives of mem
K COMING SOON
BILLY GRAHAM
'"CRUSADE
FEB. 2-8

CLOSED TOMORROW TOMORROW-FOR
FOR TOMORROW-FOR INVENTORY
MORRISON'S
4th of July and "J" Street

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Slops Perspiration Stains and Odor I

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Tmtof ii 1VS times seffeive
as all leading deodorants tested.
At rid stops odor tn contact tad
mfi h sway for 24 hoars.
; Hon -staining -Arnd is p- J:
' proved by the American Insti Institute
tute Institute of Lauadcriag.
; Don't be half safe.
St completely safe.
Use ARRID
'to be sure.

BALLROOM DANCE" SCHEDULE
Beginners class Saturday, Feb. 1 9:06 and 11:30 a.m. Win Studio Studio-Beginners
Beginners Studio-Beginners class Tuesday, Feb. 4 3:30 p.m-Wirs Studio
Intermediate class Wednesday, Feb. 5 ..7:00 p.m. Balboa Y.M.C.A.
Latin class Thursday, Feb. 6 3:30 p m. Wins Studio
Classes still open. Ages from to 19 years old
"Special" 2 Months Course $12.00
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
'HARNETT & DliNN
BALBOA 2-4239
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berg of the Masonic Lodges on the
Isthmus during the visitors' stay
here.
Harold Pullmans
Visiting Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Hwold E. Full-
man of Hermiston Oregon, are
guests of Mr. Pullman's parents
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Fullman,
ot Balboa.
Dr. and Mrs. Marciacq
Depart Per Mexico
Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo Marciacq
of Panama left yesterday .by
plane for Mexico City where Dr
Marciacq will continue his post
graduate study.
Atlantic Bridge Club
Slates Games Tonight
The Atlantic Bridge Club will
meet this evening at 7:15 o'clock
sharp to begin its regular weekly
bridge games. Members of the
Armed Forces and the public in
general are invited to join these
players in an interesting game.
For further information please
call Mrs. Hayden Jones any morn morning
ing morning after 9 o'clock at Cristobal
1892.
Guest Of Hendersons
Returns To Inalad
Mrs. Nancy Butler, who
has
been the house guest of her cousin
Sir lan Henderson, and Lady
Henderson, left by ship Friday to
return to her home in England
Sundown Piesta
To Fe-i; Visiting
Club Women
A sundown fiesta, in honor of
the president of the General Fede
ration of Women's Clubs, Mrs. R.
I.C. Progt of Washington, D.C.,
and the 25 women from the Unit United
ed United States accompanying her on a
visit to the Isthmus will be held
next ..Thursday hy the Inter-American
Women's Club.
The affair will be held at the
ho,me of Mrs. J J. Vallaririo, Ca Ca-lle
lle Ca-lle 44, 26, Bella Vista from 5 to -p.m.
Members have been asked to
have their reservations in today
by phoning either Balhoa 3465 or
Panama 2-0518.
British Aid Society
Honors Sir Ian
And Lady Henderson
Members of the British Aid
Society honored Sir Isn and Lady
Henderson with a dinner at the
Union Club Saturday evening.
Toast master for the ocassion
was Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro and all
members of the society attended.
Turlington-Williams
Wedding Is Solemnised
'at Balboa Union Church
Miss Sadie Grace Williams,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen T.
Williams of Curundu Heights, be became
came became the bride of A le Henry Al Allan
lan Allan Turlington, Jr., son of M-Sgt
and Mrs. Hqnry A. Turlington of
Augusta, Ga., at a ceremony
performed early this month at the
iBalboa Union Church by Rev. Os Os-cp"
cp" Os-cp" W. Olsen.
The bride, who was given in

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anama
marriage by her father, wore a
full length bouffant gown of
Chantilly lace over satin with a
Chapel train. Her finger tip well
veil of white Illusion was held in
place by a cap of nf Ion encrusted
with pearls and sequins.
Acting as maid of honor was
Miss Judy Brinkley who wore a
floor length sheat of silver-blue
cotton lace over irridescent taf taffeta
feta taffeta and a headpiece of net
ornamented with blue sequins.
Best man fot the groom was
his brother-in-law, Mr. Richmond
Kunkel While Mr. Carl A. Wideil,
Jr. and Mr. Thos McLaughlin
served as ushers.
Following the ceremony a re
ception was held in the Fern
Room of the Rivoli Guest' House.
The bride is a graduate of Bal
boa High School with the Class of
1955 and before her marriage was
employed in the office of the
Army Staff judge Advocate at
Fort Amador.
The groom graduate from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School with the Class of
1955 and is st present stationed at
the Charleston Air Force Station,
South Carolina.
Following a short stay at the
El Panama Hilton the young
cou.le left for Charleston.
Card Party, Tea
Set Per Tomorrow
The Jewish Sisterhood of Colon
will sponsor a card party and tea
tomorrow afternoon from 2 until 6
p.m. at the Hotel Washington.
Ladies are requested to bring
their own playing cards.
Prizes to be awarded have been
donated by Cast Motta, Maduri Maduri-to's
to's Maduri-to's and Kardonski Brothers.
Tickets will be on sale at .the
door.
Samuel H. Rowley, Jr.
Installed As Master
DeMolay Councillor
SamueJfH. Rowley, Jr., was
installed as DeMolay Master
Councillor last Wednesday night
at the Scottish Rite Temnle in Sal
boa. Other officers installed were,
David Reece, senior councillor;
A. P. Frangioni, junior councillor;
Frank Baggott, senior deacon;
Lloyd Dudensen, junior deacon;
Eddie Cunningham, senior stew
ard; Redd Hopkins, junior stew
ard; David Browne, orator;
Ralph Shuey, scribe; Tpny Worn Worn-ble,
ble, Worn-ble, treasurer; Fred Snyder, sen sentinel;
tinel; sentinel; Orin Sadler, Nchaplin; Ja James
mes James Catron, marshall:
Bartn Hunnicutt, standart bear
er; Paul Blades, almoner; Fred
Roe, first preceptor; Dqp Brown,
second preceptor; Henry-Lavend
er, third preceptor; Jfmmy Pott Potter,
er, Potter, fourth preceptor; James Ward
fifth preceptor; Don Keller, sixth
preceptor, and Joe Thompson,
seventh preceptor.
At the ceremonies the DeMolays
chose Sheila Snyder as their'sweet their'sweet-heart'
heart' their'sweet-heart' and Mr. Rowley present presented
ed presented her with a gold locket as a
gift from the chapter. Guest
speaker for the evening was Rev.
William W. (Baldwin of St. An Andrews
drews Andrews Church in CocoU who gave
a talk on "Faith and Growth". .Sue
Mah'e, outgoing Worthy- Advisor
of the Pedro Miguel Chapter of
Rainbow for Girls was the pianist
Installing, officers were: Jack
Hammond, past master-councillor;
David Yerkes, P. M. C. Chev.
senior installing councillor; Hub
ert Jordan, P.M.C Chev. junior
installing councillor; Willard Per
cy, P.M.C. L.O.H. installing mar
shall, and C. J. Gundersen, instal
ling senior deacon.
New Master Councillor Rowley
gave the flower talk and thanked
all the guests for attending, after
which he invited all for refresh
ment in the banquet hall.
lath notice far Inclusion In this
column intuld bt tubmitUd tn
typt-writun tim and mailed o
the boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv hind to the oHke. Hotkes el
meetings cannot be eccepted by
telephone.
Margarita Church
Meetinn Tomorrow
The regular monthly meeting of
the-MaugarJ 1 Church Women's
Auxiliary will be held tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m.
Th nnstor Rev. Theodore E
Franklin, will give an informal ad
dress, to be iollowed by installa installation
tion installation of officers for the new year.
Thev art: Mrs. Betty Purvis, pre
sident; Mrs. Geneva Bowen, vi-
cepresidenl; Mrs. Mildred ung ung-wnnd
wnnd ung-wnnd Secretary: Mrs. Marv
assistant secretary, and Mrs. Ha
zel Richard, treasurer. ;
a dpvntional will be eiven hv
Mrs. Leslie Croft of Gatun and
the hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. John Hall and Mrs. Fred
Ebdon.

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were among ihe interested spectators yesterday rtt' tjrre President Remon Racetrack. With
them (right) is their daughter, Mrs. Rosita A. de Martinz.

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handicap winner Ricardo Mire. Other member of the group are Frank Zeimets, Carlos Van
Hoorde. racetrack manager, Pablo A. Thayer, Mfttiolo Castillo, paesident cf the Skal Club of
Panama, Manuel Grajafcs, winning jockey, Ruben Vasa.uez and small onlooker Hermedita
Zeimetz.

INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

sport of kings,

that is. Here' we captured the likeness of Mr.

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Elsa Maxwell, who has made a
career of planning parties (or peo people
ple people who can't clan their own. some
of whom have more money than
sense, has written a book on the
art of entertaining.
Scattered amone the name-drop
ping passages are some bits of
sound advice for both party givers
and oartv goers.
Here, for example, are a few of
Elsa s sensible tips tor making
yourself the kind of guest it is a
pleasure for a hostess to entert entertain:
ain: entertain: "Be prompt at arriving at a par party,
ty, party, but don't in pity's name be early-
"On arrival, confine your greet greetings
ings greetings to your hostess to the custom customary
ary customary salutations and let her take
the lead from there, either -4nce
coats and hats are disposed of
by introducing you around hersen
if her party is small, or by pass passing
ing passing you on to another guest or
group of guests if it is large.
Don't try at once to claim her
whole attention with a spate or ir
relevant chatter.
"Unless your hostess has ex

Sack Look Backed As Curves
Win Tussle For Femininity

By PAT HERMAN
parts, Jan. 27' (UP) Two
Paris fashion houses today opened
the summer fashion showings by
sacking the sack look for a slim
silhouette that restored temmine
curves. j
t ufillo ManPiiin and Alix Gres
were the first to parade their 1958
creations to start me weea-iong
exhibition of Parisian collections
that will be climaxed Thursday
by the showings of the House of
Dior.
Whether Manguin and Gres are
leading the pack away from the
sack or whether they will be out
on a limb will only be Known
when the other big-name houses
make their hows this week.
The Dior collection will be the
one to watch. Yves Saint-Laurent,
only 22, is out to hold onto the
title of fashion czar bequeathed to
him on the deatn ot uvristian mor
last summer.
Hundreds of fashion writers
surged into M a n g u i n's oak oak-panelled
panelled oak-panelled salon off the Champs Champs-Elysees.
Elysees. Champs-Elysees.
Narrow Skirts Featured
Manguin featured narrow skirts,
softly-rounded shoulders and a det det-inlte
inlte det-inlte waist. The waistline was as
flexible as the fabrics she worked
with. It could be as high as the
chest or as low as the hips.
The result was a supple, 1 fluid
line that drew its interest from
ingeniously placed belts, subtle
drapes and free-flowing panels.
The overall feeling was impres impressionistic
sionistic impressionistic both in color and name.
Pastel-hued gowns were called
"Bonnard" and "Renoir" after
artists Manguin knew as a child.
Lightweight fabrics such as soft
wools, shantungs, silks and organ organ-zas,
zas, organ-zas, carried out the impression impressionistic
istic impressionistic motif, Manguin herse'f called
the collection "diaphanous."
She lived up to the word with
evening gowns of layer upon lay layer
er layer of translucent organdy.
Oats were -particularly d r a a-matic.
matic. a-matic. Back belts were anywhere
from the shoulder to the hemline.
One coat in aquamarine featured
a panel that was slit open on on
side and buttoned on the other.
Inverted pleats gave a barrel
shape to another coat in pale vi violet.
olet. violet. Dresses Of Coat Variety
Manv Mansuin dresses were nf
the coat varietv. A fnnr-inrh belt
on one b'ack crepe left no doubts
mm jui manguin, ai least, me

The instantaneous success achieved by Envoi Perfume
in both Paris and New York Has created great excrement
and much comment in perfume circles. World famous Lan Lan-come
come Lan-come of Paris knew that Envoi, their newest perfume
creation, would win enthusiastic applause because it pos possesses
sesses possesses what women have long searched for in a perfume
A refreshing, light floral scent that would last a long time.
Envois cool and silken fragrance really lasts and lasts...
it's amazing but true.
Envoi's fascinating bouquet is principally composed of
Fhur ri Lis, Rose and jasmin. Envoi's fragrance is subtle,
delicate and caressing and at the end of an evening it is
as delightfully evident as ever.
the flacons of Envoi are stunning, especially the
Fantasy design. an amphora shape of hand-cut glass.
Also available is Eau D'Envol the delightful Toilet Waiter
perfect for splashing on after the bath.
Envoi perfume and Eau D'Envol toilet water are made,
packaged and sealed in France. Thus. Elavpl' joins the
ranks of famous Lancoine Perfumes such as Magie the
magie perfume for the women that men remember

MONDAY, JANUARY

MutkMMett.
Elsa Maxwell's Tips
On Parties Are Sound

pressly asked you to help her In
her duties, don't. About the only
valid, active assistance you can
give your hostess is the. simple hu
manitarian act of rescuing lost
souls. When you see such and
they are easily identifiable by
their expressions of determined a t t-fabiUty
fabiUty t-fabiUty and their habit of loiter loitering
ing loitering just near neough to a conver conversation
sation conversation group to -seem part of
an) just far enough away not to
seem to intrude take him in
charge. If you find you've picked
a dud, bear with it. Your hostess
will rescue you in, due course and
she will love you forever.
"At s large informal party of
reasonably short duration, such as
a cocktail party, the good guest
not only keeps on his feethe uses
them. Parties of this kind are
meant to move. Guests are expect,
ed to mingle, meeting and talking
with as many others as possible.
"Know when to leave a party.
To a hostess there is no more try trying
ing trying guest than the one who behaves
Js if each party may be his last
nd he means to make the most
of it. Keep an eye on the clock
and go when it tells you to."
waist was back.
Backs of jackets and dresses
were Moused and many of them
were belted. Strategically placed
buttons revealed waist or hip
lines.
The showing drew loud applause
from the fashion writers.
At the multi-mirrored Gres salon
on the Rue de la Paix, the sur surprise
prise surprise was the hemline. It dropped
to a low midcalf, only 13 inches
from the floor. x
Gres made a splash with her
colors: orange, tangerine, and red
in all shades.
Grecian style evening gowns
were a Gres standout.
She called her gowns "tubular"
and "softfitting," but all hugged
some part of the body.
Several necklines were slashed
to the waist and were designed to
be Worn Without. hr Hln.huasina
skirts were featured, especislly-for
ua;uuie wear, ine dusi was em-
pnasizea ny craping and tucks in
Skirts. Coats were short-sleeved
with low-sl). qcq.co.ib2 nk, .
Meetings
Pacific Youth Group
To Meet This Evening
The Pacific Youth Association,
an open genral meeting tonight at
7:30 m the board room of the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building.
Permanent officers and board
of directors are to be elected st
the meeting, and it has been re requested
quested requested that all interested organi organizations
zations organizations and individuals attend.
Union Church Women's
Auxiliary Meets Tomorrow
The Women's Auxiliary Board,
to the Balboa Church will meet in
the conference room of the church
tomorrow at 9 a.m.
St. Luke's Altar Guild
Will Moot Tomorrow
Tha Altar Guild of the Cathedral
of St. Luke in Ancon will meet
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the
Guild room Rev. Samuel Walden
will present a meditation during
the evening as part of the pro pro-gram.
gram. pro-gram. FEB. 2-8
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SEVEN MISSING IN HT AST One person was killed and
seven unaccounted for after a terrific explosion wrecked this
four-story cold storage plani at Richmond, Va. Tons of rubble
blocked one street and crushed several cars and trucks in an
adjacent parking lot.

18-Foot Outboard Day Cruiser Heads
for Cristobal With Lecturer Aboard

The newest oddity in smallcraft
its route is an 18-1. outboard day
its route is an 18-ft. Outboard day
cruiser bound on a circuit of the
North American continent.
Home port lor the mini-ship- is
the New York Motor Boat Show.
As exhibits closed this week, John
H. Bremer, 35, and Kai Petersen,
28, both of take Zurich, 111, dunk dunked
ed dunked their boat in the Port of New
York sod headed south.
" Bremer, a writer and lecturer,
p(ans to come down the East Coast'
to F orida, thence to Cuba, across
to Mexico and then hug the coast coastline
line coastline el Central America until he
reaches Cristobal.
V The: purpose of continental cir circuit
cuit circuit is to gather material for, lec lectures
tures lectures and literary work, and to
deaaonstrate that modern outboard
boats and motors have the stami stamina
na stamina for the most severe conditions.
His boat is powered with two
Seott-Atwater 40 h p.
The former Air Force flyer aid
licenced Canadian guide believes
he will be the. first to take the "a-
, America" cruise with
a
York. Times reports
summer Bremer traveled
to Mackenzie Bay on the
Ocean, a distance of 2.080
miles of rapids ice floes and wild-
Truman To Kick OB
Demo Comiressiona!
Al
WApfflNGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) (UP)-Farntfr
Farntfr (UP)-Farntfr President Truman will
kick off the 1958 Democratic Con Congressional
gressional Congressional campaign at a dinner
in his honor here Feb. 2?.
Truman's speech from the $100
a-plate fund-raising dinner will
be nationally broadcast and tele televised;
vised; televised; Democratic National Chair Chairman
man Chairman Paul M. Butler announced.
BILLY GRAHAM
CRUSADE
Cel6n 7.30 p.m. -' Panama
FEB. 2-8

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erness.
Mrs. Bremer expects to join the
present expedition in Florida and

stay with it until it reaches the
Pacific Coast.
After his Canal transit, Bremer
will head northwest from Panama
along the coastline until he reach reaches'
es' reaches' Alaska and goes around it into
the Northwest Passage and the
Arctic Ocean. His route-plan then
runs southward along the east
coast of the Maritime Provinces
and back to New York.
It's a 10,000 mile trip in tight
quarters. Bremer thinks it will
take him from six to eight months
Bipartisan Bloc
Forms To Oppose
Natural Gas
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) (UP)-Bipartisan
Bipartisan (UP)-Bipartisan House opponents of the
Natural Gas Bill launched a drive
today to defeat the measure.
They called a "strategy meet meeting"
ing" meeting" for Wednesday afternoon to
muster their strngth against
House passage of the bill to ease
government controls on natural
s producers. Specifically H would
free most natural gas producers
from rate regulation by the Fe Federal
deral Federal Power Commission.
Heading the drive were Reps.
Peter F. Mack Jr. (D-Ill.) and
John W. HeseHon (R-Mass.). They
are the highest ranking members
of the House Commerce Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. Both voted against the bin in
committee last year.
The committee approved the
bill however by a 2-1 margin. It
is now awaiting clearance by the
Rules Committee to go before the
House for action.
President Sukarno
Arrives In Thailand
BANGKOK, Thailand, Jan. 27
(UP) President Sukarno of Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia arrived here by air yester yesterday
day yesterday for a three-day o'ficial visit
to Thailand.
Sukarno, on a "rest" tour of
Asian and Middle East, nations,
was greeted by Thai Premier Tha Tha-non
non Tha-non Kittikachorn when he arrived
here with his 20-member party
from Rangoon, Burma.

the personal messages delivered by
Dr. Graham in the Panama Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Only 38 years old, Graham has
earned a prominent place in the
annals of evangelism and -the
Christian ministry, not only in the
United States, but on an interna international
tional international basis.
Tie city-wide Crusades which
have been conducted in the major
cities of the United States in re recent
cent recent years have attracted tremen tremendous
dous tremendous popular attention. These Cru Crusades
sades Crusades make up only one portion of
tha total ministry of Gralnm and
his associates, known as the Billy)

Graham Evangelistic Team.
From 1950 through 15 ap approximately
proximately approximately M million persona
heard this young evangelist in.
person in the various Crusades
and the special meeting which
he addressed throughout the
w'Hd. In addition, by radio, an another
other another 20 to 30 million persons in
the United States listen each
Sunday to the broadcast of The
Hour of Decision," the team s
own half-hour radio program
Beginning in iww, me uiuau...ov
was heard over one of the U S. s
major networks. However, since

the spring of 1956, the stations ofannua; ward of National Freedom i

the two other major U S. networks
have also carried the program
giving it one of the largest radio
station outlets of aay single broad broadcast
cast broadcast today. Additional short wave
stations in 17 foreign countries
carry the broadcast to listeners a a-round
round a-round the world.
Graham first ventured into the
field of Christian literature, an
other of his major evangelistic en
deavors, in the fall of 1953 with
the release of his first book,
"Peace with God." The book quick
ly rated on the "best seller lists
and has recently appeared on the
newsstands in pocketbook form. It
has also been translated into 12
foreign languages.
In November of 1955 his second
volume, "The Secret of Happi Happiness,"
ness," Happiness," was published, and in six
weeks earned a place among the
top new
non-fictional best sellers
for 1955.
A newspaper column by Gra-I
ham. "Mv Answer." appears in I
more than 100 U.S. newspapers
from coast-to-coast six days a
week, with a daily readership in
excess of 30 million people.
Highlights of Graham's work
overseas include his visit to the
battlefields of Korea during the
Christmas season of 152 when
he ministered to United Nation
troops and Korean civilians.
In 1954, the 12-week Crusade in
Uondon climaxed by a meeting in
Wembley Stadium which 20,000
persons attended in the rain, at
tracted the attention of the reli religious
gious religious world. This was followed by
a tour of countries of Europe on
the fringe of the Iron curtain. The
European visit culminated with a
meeting attended by 80,000 in West
Berlin's Olympic Stadium, 120
miles within the Soviet zone.
During the spring of 1955, a re return
turn return visit for four months to. Great
Britain and the European conti continent
nent continent attracted 4 million persons to
meetings, with more than 100,000
recorded decisions for Christ.
Early in 1950, Graham embark embarked
ed embarked upon a tour of India and seven
other countries in Asia and the
Orient. Again, record crowds at attended
tended attended his meetings attesting to
the world-wide interest in his evan evangelistic
gelistic evangelistic message.
Graham's ministry has received
the attention of Church and State
leader alike. His international ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances include such world re renowned
nowned renowned figures as the Archbishop
of Canterbury, Pastor Martin Nei Nei-moller,
moller, Nei-moller, President E i s e nhower,
Queen Elizabeth II, Sir Winston
Churchill, Secretary of State Dull Dulles,
es, Dulles, Vice President Nixon, Gen. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Gruenther, Generalissimo
Chiang Kai-shek, President Syn Syn-man
man Syn-man Rhee, Prime Minister Hato Hato-yama,
yama, Hato-yama, Prime Minister Nehru and
others.
On several occasions ha has
been invited to address Senates
and Congressmen in the U.S.
capitol, and members of Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament in Great Britain. In the
spring of 1955 he preached be-
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12 Some
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10 Arrow poison
11 Throw
17 Straightened
10 More certain
23 "Give me one
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18 Slurring over
20 Misplaces
21 Rumen
K Discord
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24 "Jeannie with
the light
4 Hurries
25 In the year
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27 Under
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22 Staid
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31 Revised
1 Distress signal
IT Weapons
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40 Essential
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41 Ocean
42 Card expert
45 Cooking
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51 Follower
52 Let it stand
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BILLY GRAHAM
fore President Eisenhower at the
National Presbyterian Church
In the royal chapel at Windsor
Castle in England.

Many distinctive awards have
k- ronfprrpri linnn Graham in-
dudin- tne distinguished service
med,i 0f th Salvati on Armv. the
Foundation, and the Bernard Bar-'
uch Award of the Veterans of For
eign Wars for outstanding service
in the cause of liberty and. in up upholding
holding upholding the ideals of Americanism.
In recent years the ministry of
Graham has become international
in scope, with urgent requests for
his ministry coming not only from
cities across the United States but
also from Church leaders in
scores of countries on every con
tinent.
The New York Crusade, which
started in May of last year, was
the most aggressive and far reach reaching
ing reaching evangelical undertaking for
Dr. Graham and his associates
and marked a new era in his cvan
gelistic work. At hts request,
Christians around the world made
New York literally 'the most
prayed for spot on the face of the
earth.
The Panama Crusade starts en
Sunday, Feb. 2, when meetings
will begin on both sides of the
Isthmus. Rev. Grady Wltson and
a team of Silly Graham asso
elates will conduct services In
the Colon Arena while Rev.
Leighton Ford's team will be In
the old Tivoli Commissary build building.
ing. building. Meetings will also be held in
David starting on the 24th of this
month. Billy Graham will con conduct
duct conduct meetings on Friday and
Saturday evenings, Feb. 7 and I,
in the Panama Stadium. All
meetings will start at 7:30 p.m.,
Turboprop Airliners
Grounded In Britain
With Wing Touble
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP)- The
first commercial turboprop air airliners
liners airliners in passenger service were
grounded yesterday because of
wing trouble.
. The 24 planes involved were the
British built 710 series Vis Viscount
count Viscount airliners. They were the first
models of the Victors turboprop
planes which pioneered turboprop
services in April ,1853. Later mod models
els models now being used in the United
Staes and elsewhere were not af affected.
fected. affected. A Vickers Aircraft Co. spokes spokesman
man spokesman said a wing part was show showing
ing showing signs of wear on the planes.
The planes are owned by Brit British
ish British European Airways, Air Lingus
(Irish Arilines) and Air France.
Saturday night, Air Lingus can cancelled
celled cancelled a Rome flight and Air
France cancelled four London-Paris
flights.
It was the second mechanical
difficulty with the Vickers 701-type
planes. Another part was changed
in all 701 models'lait year after
a crash which killed 22 persons.
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PARENTS AND FRIENDS of members of Explorers Post 19, B.
activities of the post. The exhibition was staged after a brief
Post flag were presented to the post by Brig. Gen. Milton L.

honorary cnairman ot the Amaaor youtri council. (U.S. Army

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SWORN INTO REGULAR ARMY Six officers of the U. S. Army Caribbean recently were sworn Into the Regular Army ftf
Maj. Oan, Thomas L. Harrold, USARCARIB commanding general, in the presence of family members. Shown following the,
ceremony are Mai. Rcbert O. Rettle, capt. Edward V. Allen, Mrs. Allen, 1st Lt. Ellis G. Crumit, Mrs. Crumit, 1st Lt. Da via

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Safety Good Turn
Program To Start
On Feb 7
A Safetv Good Turn program,
aimed at reducing accidents, will
be alunched by the Canal zone
CouneiPof the Boy Scouts o. A
merica as part f the nationwide
ovserVahca of Boy Scout Week
1SSI
In celebration of the 48th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the Boy Scouts -of A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, Boy Scout Week will' be
observed here Feb 7 through 13,
and the Safety Good Turn prog program,
ram, program, undertaken at the suggestion
of President Eisenhower, will be become
come become the year-long service pro project
ject project foor the 43 units of the Canal
Zone Council
Calling he Safety Good Turn
"an opportunity for service in be
half of their fellow Americans ", the
President told the Boy Scouts of
America, "through the concerted
action of your members and' in
cooperation with other organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, you can alert the public to
the urgent need for reducing the
tragic toll of accidents"
In response to the President's
suggestion, the Boy Scouts nation nationwide
wide nationwide will devote the months of
March, April and May to traffic
safety projects; June, July and
August to outdoor safety, and Sep September,
tember, September, October and November lo
home safety
Details of the Canal Zone Coun Council's
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have not been finalised, but pre preliminary
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MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 19SS
Carta Vieja Trounces Chesterfield To Widen League Lead

SIX

Yankees Wallop Smokers
2-3 Behind Unbrichfs
Three -Hitter In Coon
By J. J. HARRISON jr.
There was more than just a sneaking suspicion
sin Pro League circles today, that the high-flying
Carta Vieja Yankees were a cinch to represent Pa Panama
nama Panama in the tenth Caribbean Series, which gets un underway
derway underway in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Feb. 8.
The Cerveza Balboa Beermen and the Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield Smokers play a single game tonight at the
Olympic Stadium. Rookie lefthander Anselmo Cor Cor-rea
rea Cor-rea will face righthander Humberto Robinson.

The Yankees, who are now two
and a half games over second
place Chesterfield, and three and
a half games ahead of Cerveza
Balboa, banged out 16 hits yester yesterday
day yesterday at Colon Stadium to massacre
the skidding Beermen by a one onesided
sided onesided 12-3 score.

The Yankees will meet each ri rial
al rial three times, before the season
ends IPefr. 4.
Cautiouj Carta Vieja manager
Billy Shantz has declined to dis discuss
cuss discuss the subject of possible rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements from the other teams
if his club wins the pennant.
He says he will talk over the
matter with the other members of
the team, if and when the Yanks
clinch the flag.
The Yankees, if they win, will
be allowed four extras from the
other two clubs. There is some
doubt if second string catcher Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Lopez, a U.S. serviceman,
would be given permission by Ar Army
my Army authorities to travel to San
Juan.
A sure replacement howevor.
would be Cerveza Balboa infield infield-er
er infield-er Hector Lopez who is Puerto Puerto-bound
bound Puerto-bound regardless of what team
wins the pennant. Lopez scnms a
shoo-in for the batting champion
ship with his present .407 aver-
With reeular second baseman

Chet Boak out of action for the

rest of the season with a fractur

ed finger, Lopez would fill a big

gap in the Yankee infield,

Other candidates to accompany

the Yankees if they win art pitch-

Carta Vieja
Puerto Rico Bound!

YESTERDAY'S GAME

Carta Vieja
Baortirome,
Kronf, cf .-,
Barron, as
DeGroote, If

Schmidt, rf
Glamo, Sb

Wilhelm, 2b

Shantz. c .

Umbricht, p

lb

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1 3
3 1
2 0
1 4
1 1
2 1

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Totals

39 12 16 27 11

'Cerveza Balboa

er Humberto Robinson and catch

er Marcos Cobos of the Smokers,
and hurler Dave Benedict and out outfielder
fielder outfielder Floyd Robinson of the
Beermen.
Yesterday big Jim Umbricht
scattered three hits, all singles,
and contributed two hits to his

own causo as he picked up nis
fourth triumph against two loss loss-s.
s. loss-s. Two of the three Beer man
runs were unearned as were four
failles of the Yankees.
Dave Benedict, whose five wins
have been at the. expense of the

Yankees, was the CB starter but

Lthe lefty lasted only two and two

third frames as ne sunerea nis
third setback.
Carlos Thorne, who took over
for Benedict in the third with the
Yankees leading 6-1, finished the
game for the losers. Each Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa hurler permitted eight
safeties.'
Every man in the Yankee line lineup
up lineup had at least one hit- The last
baseknock of the game was a bases-loaded
ninth inning homer by
third baseman Cocky Glamp, who
had gone hitless until then.
Corpulent Corky eommittteo!
throe errors to have a terrible
day afield but be more than
made up for his boots with his
towering blast to deep left field.
Other big blows were Whitey
Schmidt's triple and doubles by
Johnny Kropf and Bob Barron.
Barron- and Shantz, with three-fof-five,
were the leading hitterst
Robinson, Herman Charles and
Lbpez got the CB safeties.

Shields, K-rf
Brathwaite, lbiSb

i.onez, ZD
Robinson, cf
Monre, ss
K7llmjn, c
McCollins. If
ChsWes. 3b-
P. Osnrio,'rf-lb .....

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Gordon

0 1
0 0
0 0
n o
0 0

32 3 3 27 9
Cation grounded out for Thorne
in 9th.

Score
Carta V'eja
Cer. Balboa

By tnninai
OIROOOOISl? 16
100 110 000- 3 3

SUMMARY Errors: Kell-an,
Renict. Gtemn Rns bUe in:
v. In (? WilMm (?V Per Perron.
ron. Perron. Shntz. Umhricht ('V Chiles.

Tr:roo0. (V p 4. Two 'Huse

w'ts: S',hTn''1r. Ho"e It)"":

Glamn. nnuhlpnlays- Moore TCell-

man. Brathwaite. Earned Runs:
Carta Viejn a; Cerve Bslhoa 1.
Sacrifice Wr: Umhric; D-c-rontc
Strurk out by: Thorne 3,
TTmhrVM 4. ane on Bills off:

Renedict 3, Thnrrte 6. TTrnhricb 4.

Left on ase: Carta Vieja it, Cer Cer-veza
veza Cer-veza Ralboa 6. Pitchers Record:

Benedict 6 runs. 8 hits in 2-3' in in-ninps.
ninps. in-ninps. Winning Pitcher: Umbricht

(4-2). Losing, Pitcher: BenediH ($.
31. Umnires: Moore, Pilzinger,

Hinds. Time of Game: 2:19.

.-' ;

ON THE WAY DOWN Courageous little Claudlo Martinez spins through the air after, re receiving
ceiving receiving a short right hook from victorious Melvin Bourne while off balance in the firss round
of their 123-pound ten-round battle, last night at the Panama Gym- Martinez, inches shorter
than his heavier rival, put up a game but futile effort against the stronger Bourne who cop copped
ped copped a unanimous decision. Radio Panamericana broadcast the Egbert Reid-promoted pro program.
gram. program. Martinez fights bantamweight, champ Edwin Sykes in a lS-round title bout March 9
at the Olympic Stadium.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

WHm3ML

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

Carta Vieja ..
Chesterfield ...

Cerveza Balboa

CV

CB
9

C
7
8

W L
1,6 12
13 14
12 15

Pet
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.481
.444

CB
Si-

Lost

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Bourne Out slugs Martinez;
To Remain Featherweight

1
Hostigador Runs Away

With Runyan

Handicap

The Garrido and Lasts Stable's
speedy Hostigador took advantage
of his superior early speed and rac raced
ed raced to a ten-length victory in the
one, mile $1,000 Dr. Raymond W.
Runyan Handicap for fourth series
imported thoroughbreds yesterday

afternoon at the president nemon
racetrack.
Hustling Braulio Baeza pushed
Hostigador into a commanding
lead by the time the field hit the
backstretch and from there on the
four-year-old Argentine-bred son
of Birikil-Honey Chile increased
his margin until he finally crossed
the wire ten lengths to the good.
Kadir, which displayed unusual
early speed, was second from the

, first bend to the finish. Town's
Wall.' which had waged a duel with

Singful for third place most of the
distance, outlasted the latter for

show money.

Mutuels favorites Posiblemnte
and Horacio performed dismally,

never getting into contention after

starting sluggishly. Horacio nosed

out Posiblemente for fifth place
and Michiripa, which was last

throughout, brought up the rear.

Hostieadoc. despite a ninelength

win the previous week, went off

the third choice in the mutuels and

returned a juicy $8.40 per win du

cat. He turned the mile in 1:38

only one-fifth of a second off Mo

sadeq's track record.
Speaking of records, native thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Sandokan took advan advantage
tage advantage of a mishap to win in track
record time for local breds over
even furlongs. He eclipsed the for

mer mark of 1:26 held by Argyla
when he scored by two lengths

over Romaicero. The latter reared
at the start and got away some ten
lengths behind the winner. He

seemed a sure winner with a bet

ter start.

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Pat Boone in
"BERNARDINE"
Jayne Mansfield i
"WAYWARD BUS"

Baeza also scored with Pancola

to share riding honors with Alfre

do Vasquez who won both ends of
the second double aboard Distingo

and Germanio.

The dividends:
FIRST RACI

1- Recife $4, $2.80
2 Guadalcanal $3.26

SECOND RACI

1- Sapor $4.80, $5.20
2- Sabctege $6.80

First Double: $18.60
THIRD, RACI
1 Pangela $2.66, $2.26
2- Frijolito $3.40
One-Two: $4.80
FOURTH RACI
1- Brae Val $4, $3.80
2- Chito $2.20
Qwinlela: $21.80
FIFTH RACI
1 Sandokan $7
2 Ne Place Betting
SIXTH RACI
1-Dlstmge $15.80, $4.10

2-43uickie $3

SEVENTH RACE

1- Germanle fM.20, SS
2- Klng John $3

Distlngo-Tlziane $11.16
(Scratched)
Second Double: $30.20
EIGHTH RACI
1- Rutilantt $12.40, $4.40
2- Galiato S3
Quiniela: $5.80
NINTH RACI

1-Hostigador $8.40, $5.80

2-Kadir $6.00

Ono-Two: $73.40

Mamavila
Smokes 'Em Out
SATURDAY NIGHT'S GAME

Cerveza' Balboa

Moore, ss . .
Robinson, cf

Lopez, 2b

Gernald, if
Brathwaite,

Charles, 3b
Shields, rf
Kelman, c
Brown, p

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lb

Ab
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. 4

4
4
3
S
2
3
2

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0 0 OS

0
1
0
1
6
0
1
0

Totals

29 0 3 24 0

Chesterfield

Parris, 3b-2b

Bernard, ss

Napoleon, U

Prescott. rf
Austin, 2b .
Heron, 3b .

E. Osorio, lb
Mitchell, cf
Cobos, e ....

A. Osorio, p

6 12
1 4
0 2
0 0

By J.J. HARRISON JR.
Former 118-pound champion
Melvin Bourne, who gained a
unanimous verdict over Claudio
Martinez at the National Gym last

night, today bade farewell to the
bantamweight ranks and set bis

sights oa Jesus Santamana's

featherweight crown.

Bourne, who ruled, the bantams

for over five years before losing

his title on the scales before a

championship bout with Martinez
last November, weighed, in
at the required 123 pounds yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Martinez, made 121,
Last week trainer Aubrey Wood-
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iuu auvauceu me possiuiaiy 01
Bourne paring down to the 118-

pound limit to fight recently
crowned champ Edwin Sykes for

the title.
But today, both trainer and fight fighter
er fighter said Bourne could not take off

thst much weight without endan endangering
gering endangering his health.
"Melvin's a full-fledged feather featherweight,"
weight," featherweight," said Woodruff. "Prom
now on he'll stick to his class."
The Chorrillo veteran dropped a
verdict to Santamaria late last
year before the Colon boy became
champ, but gave a good account of
himself.

Last night's was one of the
liveliest fights seen at the gym
tori a long time. A good-sized

crowd, which paid $1051 to at

tend the four-fight boxing show,
shewed their approval by ap applauding
plauding applauding lustily throughout the
ten-round headliner.

The bout started off with both
fighters moving in and slugging it
out toe to toe. In one of these ex exchanges,
changes, exchanges, Martinez was dropped by
a punch to the jaw, but the Colon
lad took the mandatory eight eight-count
count eight-count on his legs with no sign of
being hurt.
He came back to hold his own
before the round ended and contin continued
ued continued to be the aggressor for the

next two stanzas during which he'

12 14 15 41

TODAY'S CAME
At Olympic Stadium
Cerveza Balboa' (Correa 0-0) vs. Chesterfield
(Robinson 6-3)
Cane time 7:30
YESTERDAY'S RESULT
At Qolon Stadium
Carta Vieja 12, Cerveza Balboa 3
Beer Suds

TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Neville Brand in
"MAN CRAZY"
Cameron Mitchell in
"GORILLA AT LARGE"

COLON

FEB. 2

Totals

20 1 S27 13

Seers ly Innings

Cerveza Balboa 000 000 000-0 S 0

Chesterfield 000 001 00x-l $

SUMMARY Runs batted in:

E. Osorio. Earned runs: Chester

field 1. Doubleplays: Bernard (tin

assisted). Sacrifice hit: E. Osorio
Struck out by: Brown 4, A. Osorio

1. Base on balls off: Brown 2, A

Osorio 2. Left on base: Cerveza

Balboa 3, Chesterfield 6. Winning
pitcher: A. Osorio (2-2). Losing

pitcher: Brown (4-4). umpires

Hilzinger, Thornton,' Hinds. Time

of game: 2:03.

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seemed to have the edge on

heavier rival.

The pace slowed down during the
fourth, fifth, and sixth heats but
both fighters continued tb ex exchange
change exchange punches, with Bourne get getting
ting getting ip the best ones.
The tempo picked up in rounds
seven, eight and nine. Claudio

backpedaled a lot as Bourne stalk stalked
ed stalked him, but he did come in on oc

casion to mix it up while being

mostly on the receiving end.
By the time the tenth came a a-round,
round, a-round, Martinez would have had
to score a kayo to win and the
game youngster tried to do lust
tha.
He waded in and eutpunched
his opponet through most of the
round to take the last heat easi easily,
ly, easily, bet his all-out effort was
much tee late.

Bourne had much praise for the

loser. In the dressing room lie
said, "Claudio has guts."
"J gave him some good punches
buty he hit me some hard ones too.
I think he stands a good chance to
beat Sykes for the bantamweight
title."
Martinez expects to meet Sykes
in a 15-round title go at the Olym

pic stadium March 9.

In the other fights: Fenley

by brewmaster
The slump-ridden Beermen will
endeavor tonight to regain their
winning ways when they meet the
Smokers in the play-off of a post postponed
poned postponed contest at the Stadium.

Righthander Lev Spencer, who
dropped a heartbreaker to the

Chiricano rookie Jose Lisondro will
probably draw the starting assign assignment,
ment, assignment, while Humberto Robinson,
who has proven a nemesis for Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa all season, could be
the Smoker pitcher.

cal talent. The K.C. bird, dog was

high in his praise of the Cerveza

Balboa star, stating that if Hec
tor's fielding could come around,
the A's would find themselves in a
much better position.
However, there are still a few
die-hards including this writer who
believe that the Beermen can still
fight it out down to the wire. The
task is indeed an arduous one,
that of winning all their remain

ing games, but as the saying goes,
anything can happen in baseball.

his I Hooker, 136, knocked out Carlos

Ortiz, 136 y?) in 2:25 of the fifth
round of a scheduled six round
semifinal.
Ortiz, who fought as a substi substitute
tute substitute for Herbert Douglas, was
evidently not in condition He
took a severe battering before he
waa counted out standing, but re refusing.
fusing. refusing. to fight, as ho tried to get
back his wind.
He had taken an eight-count
arlier In the round under the

same condition.

Ip one preliminary bout set for

four, Valentin Brown, 126, made
short Work of Luis Alberto Arispe,

124, by stopping him in 2:40 of
the first stanza. Arispe subbed for

Nat Escuuero.

, In the curtain raiser David

Wright, 127, took a unanimous ver verdict
dict verdict from Lenny Mclndoo, 126, in
four heats. Wright fought as a pro
for the first time.

Saturday night at the gym Cu-

The Cerveza Balboa's collapse is
one of the weirdest ever to be ex experienced
perienced experienced in Isthmian Pro League
history. Last year's champs start

ed the season getting off on the

right foot, and up to week before

last anneared to have had a eood

chance of reoeatine. However, for) game, consecutive 1 to 0 white

some unknown reason, things took washings from Smoker hurlers Li

a decided turn lor the worse, and
tonight will find them taking the

Yesterday's run scored by Billy
Shields in the first inning of the
game against the Yankees was the
first Cerveza Balboa tally in 22 in innings.
nings. innings. Blanked by Humberto Rob'
inson and Len Ferguson in the last
four innings of last Wednesday's

field with
straight.

a losing streak of five

sondro and Osorio, the Beermen

suffered one of the worst run farn-

mes seen around these parts for
years.

Judge Jose Graham scored 98 84
in favor of Bourne: judge David

Amado saw Bourne winning 97-94

and referee Vivian Stewart: ban Chuchu Gutierrez. 119. sained

gave the match to Bourne 98-95. fan unimpressive unanimous debi-

The Panama American scored it sion over Byron Cumberbatch,
97-92 for Bourne. 1 118.

During those five setbacks every everything
thing everything that could lose a ball game
occurred to Leon Kellman's
charges. Errors Of emission and
commission, managerial slipups,
poor team spirit were fust a few
things that the debacle could be
charged to. In short, the breaks

just not there.

Kent Defeats Lucky Strike
To Lead Pacific Twi-Leogue

The only bright spot in the s'une

what dismal picture is the hitting
of major leaguer Hector Lopez,
who seems well on his way to cop

the triple frown honors. The color colorful
ful colorful Kansas' City Athletics infielder

is the league s leading hitter, hit

ting over .400, has hit the most

homers, five; and is tops in RBl's

with a lusty 18.

Clouting Hector put on a show

last week for the benefit of Joe

Bowman, Kansas City scout, who

visited the Isthmus in quest of lo

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their third straight win and hand

ed Lucky Strike their second de

feat Sunday afternoon by a 14, to

score.
Lucky Strike took a short lived

lead, with a run in the second only

to nave Kent go ahead with a three
run splurge in the third and tht
winners took a commanding lead

with five more runs in the fourth.

Bill Pretto held the Luckies in

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with Tom McKeown taking over

in the sixth and finishing up. Fret-

to was credited with his stcond

win compared to no losses. Pretto
was credited with his second win

compared to no losses. Pretto gave

up two hits and one four batters

McKeown m relief of Pretto was

touched for five runs and thrte

hits in the two innings he pitched

Cookie Stemple started for Luc

ky Strike and gave up six runs on

five hits In four innings. Pete Cor

rigan relieved Stemple in the fifth

and Dick Smith eamt on to pitch

the last two innings.

At Lonibana with two for four

and Nick Aloisi with two for five

collected four of the seven hits

racked up by the winners. Bill

Carim making his first appear

ance of the season in a Lucky

Strike uniform hammered out two

home runs to lead .the losers at

the plate.
Tonight Lucky Strike and Bal

boa High School meet with the

Schoolboys hoping to tie Kent for

the lead and the Strikers hoping

to get into the win column.

Horgan Schcoch is the probable

starting pitcner tor High school

with either Bruce Bateman or Ro
ser Million doing tht catchine

Lucky Strike will more than likely

send mcKie bmitn to the mound
with Burt Mead handling his slants

benmd the plate.

The box score:

Lucky Strika

Padron, 2b
W. Joyce, rf
X Lomedico
McGlade, ss
W. Carlin, lb
B. Mead, c
E. Scott, 3b
Cazorla, If
Cordoves, cf
Stemplt, p
P. Cor rigan, p

Ab R H Po
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1 0

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Pans wondered why manager
Leon Kellman was reluctant a
bout lifting his starter Dave Ben Benedict
edict Benedict earlier in the contest yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning In Colon. We are
of the opinion that Kelly was a
bit on the sentimental side, want wanting
ing wanting the big lefty to finish the in inning
ning inning so he could have a pinch pinch-hitter
hitter pinch-hitter bat for him. Dave was due
to be the first men up in the
home half of the third inning.1

Pacific Side Pro League fans
were all cut up about the lousy
broadcasting of the game over' the
local hook-up which usually
brings over the' contests. Up to a
late hour last night, no word could
be had as to the outcome of the
contest. When the broadcast was
cut off the Beermen were behind
at the end of the sixth inning by a
score: of 6 to 3. If monopoly on
broadcasting rights is to continue,
service should be of such a call
ber as to justify same.

D. Smith, p
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alas, c

E. Cunningham, c

Lombana, 2b, 3b

B. Carlin. lb

Aloisi, ss

Bog, rf
Pedersen, 2b
Pretto, p, rf

T.Cunningham Cf
Castillo, cf
M. Salas, If. 2b

T. McKeown, 3b,

Score bv Innings

Lucky Strike 0 1 0 0023-052

Kent 0 0 S 5 4 2 x-14 7 0

Summary
X-ffiatted for Joyce in seventh,
y-ran for Stemple in the fifth.
Struck out by Pretto 4, Stemple
Bases on balls Pretto 3,

Stemple 1, Corrigan 4. Home runs

W. Carlin (2); Hit by pttch

M. Salas (2). Winning pitcher

Pretto (2-0). Losing pitcher

Stemple (0-1). Umpires Meti-

ny and p. corrigan. scorer cun

ningham. Time of game 2:00.

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PAGE SEVEN
Watson Ties Snead's Record To Win Panama Open

DAT, JANUARY 7, 1951

Shoots SixUnder-Par
56 To Overtake Wall
Nevergall Topi Amateur
By WALTER C. WATSON
The 1958 Panama Open is now history and a
new champion has been crowned. Certainly no man
ever deserved the championship more than Robert
Watwn who played four days of better than par
golf to tie Slammin' Sammy Snead's 154 record of
271 and win his first professional tournament.

VUrHv'i Misterinf 68

lust what was needed to give Wat

son the tie ind the championship,
one stroke, ahead of Art Wall who
had his worst day in the tourna tournament
ment tournament with a par 72. for a 273 tet&l.
Ranked as a dark horse at the
beginning of the tournament Wat Wat-ton
ton Wat-ton started out at a sizzling-pace
and at the end of the first round
was right behind Arnold Psilmer
with a four under 'par fi, compar compared
ed compared to Palmer's 66.
The next day it was Watson who

scorched the course with 66 to
take the lead at 134 just ahead of
Oliver and Wall with 135. On Safe
urday Bob had his worst day of
the tournament when he carded 11
and Wall with his second strnight
6S loomed as a cinch for a three-

round total of 200. five strokes a-

head of Watson's 205.
But the fans saw early yesterday

that Watson wasn't out by a long
shot as he'birdied No. 3 and Nol4
while Wall was stumping his toes

on the same preens to draw bo bo-flies
flies bo-flies and still hold a slim one stroke
lead over Watson. On the- seventh

hole watson again got m? mroie

and the two leaders were even.
Watson continued his steady, uc

curate play and birdied the 12th,

lTth and 18th holes to come in
with a day's total of 66 and Wall
after birdying No, U bogied 12 and
IS, but came roaring back with
birdies on 14, 16 and 17 to finish
up with 72 for the day.
He tried hard for the bird on the
final hole but lady luck was al already
ready already holding Watson's hand high
as the 195S Open champion and
WaH, a valiant, courageous fighter,
who had nothing but high praise
for Watson, ended u pas the Runner-up.

Thr day's, in fact the tourna

ment's, best individual da seore

was turned in by Dow Finsterwald
who this year again ended up two
strokes behind the champion. Dow
started out nine strokes behind

! Wall and with his uncanny aecura

cy set his sights for a big day and

ih. mirth In win th. cha mninnshin

UJte1 iUC "

as Sandy got a hoey.

played steady golf to overcome
Sandy's eight-streke lead and cayd-

ed a par u wiuie uaumiu, wnu
started out six strokes behind Hm Hm-kle
kle Hm-kle shot a 74. Young Sandy in the

meantime had trouble all the way
and was 39 at the end of the first
nine.

He seemed to be recovering well

when- be birdied 10, U and 12 but
just didn't: have the touch yester yesterday
day yesterday and got bogies on the 14th,
16th, 17th arm" 18th with a double
bogie on the 15th.

, In fourth place came DesLOnues
with 299. followed by Johnnie Mac-

Murray, four time winner of the

Panama Ooen. with 301. Corsale,

Le Brun, Jankus and Muller end

ed up in fifth place with 305.

In Panama to witness the Pan Panama
ama Panama Open fox the first time was
George L; Hall of the Professional

Golfers Association of America

and James V. Neithercut man

aaer of the Old orchard Beach

Golf Club of Old Orchard Beach,

Maine.

Hall expressed the highest praise

for the support rendered by ,,'rcsi

dent Ernesto de la Guardta Jr.,

the magnificent work of Dick Dchl

inger and the committee', ih.e hos

Duality of the people ot Panama

and the play of the professionals

and amateurs.

Neithercut, guest of his sister

and brother in law, Mr. And Mrs

William Duffus of Cocoli, was

highly impressed with the tourha

ment and both expressed their in intentions
tentions intentions of returning next year, i
President de la Ckardig present presented
ed presented mm t with.
money and Frank tSwrsnall, vice
president of Seagrams, presunted
him with the Seagrams cup, im immediately
mediately immediately following the end of
the tournament. The other prizes

were preSetned by the sponsors or

'a big day he had, carding birdies by officials of the Panama Golf
on one. three, nine, 12 and 13, ea- Club.

jtling 17 and getting a birdie on 18

fo ra total of 273 ana third place

money.

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Wizard Bob Cousy Is Biggest
Joker In Pro Basketball Deck

By OSCAR FRALIY
NEW YORK (UP) Boh Cousy

is the biggest joker in the pro

basketball deck.
The Boston Celtics, were "stuck"
with him after he graduated from

Holy Cross. Yet today this little

Wizard of a game destgned for
Giants is the map who makes
them tick as well as the fourth
highest scorer in pro history and
the (league lear in assists for
the past five years.
He also is a practical joker
without peer.
Togo Palazzi, a former Celtic
player now with Syracuse, can at attest
test attest to that. For when Palazzi

Was with

earlier remarks were on tape, sat
easily beside Br annum exchang exchanging
ing exchanging pleasantries.
. On the pretext that he was
going to play some -recorded mu

sic. Lousy plugged in the record

ing machine. A deep silence set

tled over the party as Togo's un

mistakable voice boomed through
the room:
"Brannum's a stiff I'd handle
him. I'd crush .him. He's nothing.

I don't know where he gets this

reputation.
And more.
Togo Squirms

1.0-0 WEARY Arthur (Red) Patterson, left, assistant

to WaHer O'Malley. wore a "Why did I ever leave Brooklyn"

look as the boss held press conferences while shopping for
a Los Angeles home for the Dodgers. It was wearying search.

How Maryland Hit
Basket ba 11 He igh ts

special delight in "needlnHtfic

naive Togo.

Hatchet-Man Invhod

Togo turned all shades of the

Boston, Cousy took a rainbow. Brannum began to get

an ever mare violent shade of

red.

Cousy almost exploded laughing

coming out of it barely in time

to prevent mayhem.
These kind of gags are stand

ard with the six foot, one inch

magician of the boards who had
a reputation as a fancy dan when

s invited. Brannum. a rough Lhe got out of Holy Cross. Boston
-pounder, had a fearsome repu-rby-passed him' but got. '"stupk"

with him wnen tne teams drew

as a

' In fourth place came the young younger
er younger brother, of popular Roberto De
Vicenzo, who himself a dark- horse,
played the course as if he owned
it. Osvaldo shot a 68 the first day,
73 the next and finished his last
two days' work with sensational
67's for a grand total of

175, three strokes ahead of Rober Roberto
to Roberto who finished tied with Pete
Cooper in fifth place.
All of the other Professionals
played good gojf and tried hard to
make up the ground they had lost
earlier but the front runners yes yesterday
terday yesterday weren't about to be oeaten.
At) had high praise for Watson,
the committee and Anibal Macar Macar-ron,
ron, Macar-ron, Panama's pro who as usual
had the course in perfect condition.
In the amateur division, Sandy
Hinklt the Isthmian amateur
champ had a bad day to late his
slx-streke lead, ending up in a
tie with Anibal GalinoY and Der Der-sey
sey Der-sey Nevergall at 2M.
In a sudden death playoff Gajin Gajin-do
do Gajin-do was eliminated on the first

green ind Nevergall took a par on

Cocktail Party
For Visiting
Golfers Tonight
J era Boyd, President of the

Panama, Golf Club, announced
yesterday that there will be. a
cocktail party at the Panama
Golf Club this evening, com.
mtneing at 4:00 in honor ef the
visitinq Central American tott totters
ers totters Who. will compete in the
Central American Tournament.
The play in the 151 Central
American Tournament, in which
golfers from all Central Ameri American
can American countries, as teams, will
start Tuesday at the Panama
Golf Club. Teams from Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, II Sal Salvador,
vador, Salvador, and Panama will-compote
In the 72-holo matches.
- Fslday afternoon, 'the presen presentation
tation presentation of the awards will be made
at the Panama GoM Club to the
winning teams, and individual
players.

By HARRY GRAYSON
COLLEGE PARK, Md. NE(A)
"Ah'm gonrfsk call two people
and we'll have a basketball coach,
Jim Tatum annnounced in his of of-fire
fire of-fire at the Universtiy of Maryland
one day in 1W; "Ah'm gonna call
Adoloh Ruoo-and Henry Iba."

Rupps- line was buy at Kentuc Kentucky.
ky. Kentucky. But the call go thiongh to
lba and a few days later, Bud
Millikan, a product of his Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma A. and M. coaching, left a
high school job at Newton, la.,

and came to uoiiege rarx.
He found a small gymnasium at
his disposal and not much else.
No scholarships and worse, no in interest.
terest. interest. A crowd of 150 Showed
up for Millikan' s debut and he
shook his head. "We had five
times this many at Iowa high

school games," he said.
- This year, Milikan can be-found
in a 15,000-seat Maryland arena
that loses any coliseum ever seen
by this observer. And he has a
team which, off its easy viotory
over North Carlin last year's
undefeated NCAA champions, must
be considered one of the nation's
best.
Millikan did a building job
which in a bit more than seven
years put Maryland on a par with
Kansas, Cincinnati, San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, Kentucky and the rest of the
country's college basketball pow powers.
ers. powers. 1
THBRI WAS A LOT MORE to
it than that. There was, as men mentioned
tioned mentioned above, James Moore Ta Tatum.
tum. Tatum. Millikan today bravely in

sists, "I always knew our pro-
;.. .t lw.

Ki am WHS KvuiK i ti.

But as long as Tatum was at the

School basketball was going to get

nowhere.

In tracing Maryland's rise, you

get a good clinical analysis of why

few few schools fieldiag a pres

sure football team do well in oth other
er other sports. Tatum put out a big
team at Maryland.
His attitude toward everything

else was simple. The school at

one time had boxing and Jim dis
banded it.

"Boxing can't seat but 4,000 and

theyre all student so it eats up
the football profits," Jim decided.
"And every time a boxing team

goes on the road and loses the
coach comes back and says he

lost because ofofficiating. Our

team goes down to Louisiana State

and loses, 7-1, and the poach

squawks that he got robbed.

"I'm trying to schedule a foot

hill game with LSU and this guy
starts squawking about them rob robbing
bing robbing him."
TATUM'S ATTITUDI CARRI

ED over to basketball. So Millikan

moved along with, now and then,
a partial, shcolsrshin for a good

kid, such as GemvShue, now with,j3vlnrude

Like the time Cousy planned a

party to which Togo didn't know
that Bob iBrannum, former
"hatchet man" of the Celtics, also

was

250

tation around the league

bone-crusher.
That afternoon. Cousy invited
Togo to the Cousy manse for a
chat and had a tape recorder
microphone hidden in a bowl of
flowers. Togo, under the adroit

Cousy needle, proceeded to ex explain
plain explain how he nersonally would

have handled Brannum.
"Brannum's a stiff," quoth Togo
grandly "I'd handle him, I'd
crush him. He's nothing. I don't
know where he gets this reputa
tion.'-'

Togo went on from 'there, in

great detail.

rannum Listens
That night, when Brannum an

peared at the party, Togo paled

slightly but, unconscious that nis

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Every; athletic dollar the school
had founV its way to tatums foot

ball program and that's the way

it was going to stay. Then two

things happened and from no

where Millikan and his tasketbaU

team became a headline item.

One as President Curly Bryd's

idea of getting a new arena. Athle Athletic
tic Athletic minded IByrd got it built. A
bout the same time, Tatum de

cided to return to "his folks" at

North Carolina.

Millikan, three seasons ago, was

given his first quota of full scho

larships. It takes about that long
for a coach to prove himself, and
this season his well-trained, well well-recruited
recruited well-recruited Terps show he has the
goods. His 6 8 1-2 sophomore. Al

Bunge, is a name to remember

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With the season just about half
gone all four teams are tied in
the Balboa Junior Senior Highs
spftball competition. The Giants
have shown the biggest gain of
the week, particularly when the
plastered the Tigers 13-1.
Gordon Boswe 1 was the herb
for the Giants by hurling five-hitter
and coming through a grand
alam home run in the fourth win winning.
ning. winning. The Tigers picked up their

one run in the fourth inning on suc

cessive singles by unarue uraa uraa-shaw
shaw uraa-shaw and Ray Underwood, but by
this time the Giants already had
three runs. They added five mow
in the fourth and five again in
the fifth.

Tne Indians took their second

victory o.' the season by edging

past the Dodgers 8 to 6 in one
nf the best ball games thus far.

Dave Jenkins of the Indians and

Jim Bassett of the Dodgers were

the starting pitchers but both gave

way in the latter innings.
Jenkins1, in addition to his pich

ing, had a perfect day with the
bat, collecting a home run, 2 sin singles,
gles, singles, and a double in foi trips.
No Dodger batter was able to get

more than one hit, with Fred Hud Hud-doleston
doleston Hud-doleston and Louis Andino each
collecting a triple for the big

blows.

The Dodgers, managed by Guy
Lord bounced back from the de defeat
feat defeat the day before and set the
Ti ear c Hnwn .4.2 for the leennri

loss in a row suffere by the once

Unbeatable Tigers. The Dodger
... . Si

picxea up one run in me ursi,
mainly on Tiger Errors, only to

see their lean vanish m tne tourtn
when the Tigers scored 2 runs on

a waut ana Jim joroes smgie.

It looked like a Tiger win going
into the final frame, but the Dodg

ers began to hit the pitches of
Charlie Bradshaw for the first
time. Lord singled, Jim Bassett
singled,- and Tom Cosca doubled
and combined with a couple of
costly, mental errors on the part
of Tiger uwlcMevs U was enough

Team

Tigers

Indians

Dodgers

Giants

Standings

W L Pet.

.500
.500
.5X
.550

C Lesuge Water Polo

The Killer Whales, paced by the

shooting of Al Altman and the
team play of Martin Holmes and

Garth Feeney, defeated the Mar-

un 7 to s. Jim cranes sensation
scoring in the first quarter gave
the Marlin a 3-2 lead but they
weren't able to hold it and by
half time the Whales had it all

tied up.

lots for players on the roster of
the folded Chicago club.
A natural athlete who plays golf

and tennis in championship style,

the hawk-faced Cousy IS the great

est all-around player in pro bas

ketball. He does evertyhing skill

fully. And he does it with a smile.

There's one thing which pro

voked the flashy Frenchmanto

tears, nowever.
.. Bob's parents came from

France just before he was born
Last summer, in France on i

State Department tour, for the

first time he met his elder sister

(Bob broke down when they greet

ed each other.

But most of the time he's break
ing up other teams and people

ySSeSlI

CLASSIC LI A GUI

Seymour
El Panama Hilton
Carta Vieja

Agewood

Altman was hot in the third

quarter and hit for two goals while

Ellis Mizarchi was accounting for
1. Holmes dropped one in during

the fourth quarter lust to nut the

frosting on the cake.

Sam Witkin's Blowhsh. the most

improved team in the league, sank

the Sharks in a onesided game

12 to 2. The Blowfish showed fine
team work and have taken over

the favorites role m the league.

They proved the right to this fa

vorites role the next day when

they outplayed the Killer Whales

for 3 quarters and won 7 to 5 game
Mart Mallory headed a great de

fensive unit for the Blowfish and

he got nice assistance from Frank
Todd and Ken Anderson. Witkin
and Gene Frauenheim were the

big o Tensive stars, collecting

aim o puiuis repeciiveiy.
Standings
Team W LPet.

46 3
44 36
44, 36
40 40
39 11

Austin 27 53

Leading averages Balcer 195,
Coffey 193, Cascio 191, Toland 189
Lane 188.
Seymour Apincy 1
II Panama Hilton 1
In the ccucial series for first
place, Seymour Agency broke a
three way tie and now enjoy first
pi a c e by two points. Their vic victims,
tims, victims, Hotel El Panama Hilton,
were knocked out of the top spot,
and now share the runnerup po position.
sition. position. The hottest bowler was Carmen
Cascio, who had the only 60 se series
ries series in the league this week. The

Seymours after taking the first

two points, supped ana lost tne
last game and with the loss near nearly
ly nearly chucked the "TP" out the
window; only 18 pins separated
the twq teams.
IJ Panama Hilton
Lane 186 162 245 593
Soto .154 170 183 507
Allen 166 168 161 495

Coffey 171 200 169 540

Totals 477 760 718 2135
Seymour Agency
Richardson 174 170 179 533

Bowers 160 15$ 169 488
Nunes 155 213 162 530
Cascio 709 755 689 B12
Totals 70f 755 AS 2153
Agewood 3 Carta Vieja 1
The Agewood Bourbons rolling
at a cfaastv nl linfiflt tlo Pari a

Vieja Yankee Rum Runners hid for

first place by taking three points.
Both teams were plagued by a-

bout 40 splits, which kept dowt
the scores and raised the bowlers

blood pressure.
Bud IBalcer rolling slightly low lower
er lower than his league leading aver?
age, tallied 577. Knoll near 'earn 'earned
ed 'earned himself a three-of-a-kinH patch
with two 172 but a 167 spoiled the
deal.

Ivinrudo
Sosyter
Fostonich
Kunkel
Toland

Totals

178 182 207 567
17 9146 172 497

204 179 147 530

187 20 1490 536

741 716 466 2136

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26 20
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by
JOE WILLIAMS

The piece man in golf ir some

thing new. At least, to this de

partment, bill Casper, for exam

pie, owns only 30 percent of him

self-. A hot number on the pro
tour, the Caii ornia sailor recemty

won the Bag Crosby champion championship
ship championship by four shots.

Minus expenses, 76 percent of

Casper' i $5500 first prize money

went to two businessmen who

bankrolled him when he hit the

gipsy trait two years ago. Fresh
out of the Navy at the time, the

thula Vista heavyweight (5 11

218) was also fresh out of dough.

ux tne 167,000 Casoer won smce

tne aeal was made, his end a

mounted to only $20,100. The two

piece men got the rest. However,
it wasn't all clear profit. Thev

pick up the tab tor the player's

transportation hotel, meals.

fcven so, the arrangement has

worked, out much better for them

than it has for Casper, and comb

may wnen tne contract expires.

renewal isn't likely. The hefty tar

pas amy demonstrated be can roll

his own.

As a matter of fact: i Casoer.

thanks to TV, has quickly become

one or the best known players m

the game. Ia a weekly program

of actual head-and-head matches

which are filmed, then trimmed

for TV presentation, he is unbeaten.

Millions must have watched as

he turned back Cary Midieeoff,

Toledo last yea' If so, it worked
out fine for Besselink; he didn't
even qualify while Mayer won the
title.
Among the towring pros, ar

rangements of this sort are com

mon, we seem to .icall that in

their fledgling days even Best

Hogan and Jimmy uemaret piec

ed one anotner. ine nesseuna r. -Mayer
report aroused so mucti (
comment, we got the idea such
capers are rare in the Open.
The USGA has nothing to do
with the tour, but is m sole charge
of the-Open. Did the USGA havtr"
a law against splitting awards? ...
"No," said executive director Joe
Dey. "At the same time we don't
encourage it. We think in medal
play a man whould stand on his"
own in every respect."
Dey admitted the possibility of

Tianky pank in such agreements

but said, iso instance ot aouse nar
ever been called to the attention
of the USGA."

Teams

Cerveceria Nal.

Tommy Bolt, Billy MaxweU, Jay Abernathy Unisport

Hebert. Paul Harney and Bob Tos-

ki. Since $2000 is at stake in each

match, the play is for real, ana

Casper had to be good to win.

His backers get their share out of

these winnings, too.

Softball

Leag

ue

Standings

Ft. Clayton

Ft. Kobbe Ife. Co.
1 rt D.ttU

WL Pet.
5 1 .881
5 1 .883
3 2 .600
2 4 .333
0 5 .000

31
30
3i)
29
25
23

23 33
. 17 39
16 40
Pahl 172,

Balcer

Boyer
Knoll
Damian
Totals
Carta Vieja
Gleichman
Rudy
Brown
Almeda

Totals

179 194
173 176

167 172
193, 188

204
186
172

146

577
535
511

527

712 736 768 2151

174
130

161

207 170
222 156

158 170

551
508
489

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Leading Averages

Coffey 170, Luttenberger 176, Hass
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Scott Atwater 3 Ouran Ciffo 1
The outboard Motors of Scott At

water via J1- Icaza Y Ci.t conti

nued to dominate the Balboa Mens

League. However, the motors did
not have an easy time with Duran
Coffe because all four points were

mignty ciose.
The Scott Atwalers added their
first point by the margin of 6 pins,
lost the Second gama by three

and won the lar gam 'by 12 inri

the teepees bV 15. Kon Amato was

the leader for the winring motors
with 439,' ahd the toners wire pac paced
ed paced the league leading bowler Les
Pahl with an even 500.
Pepsi Colas 4 TlvOli Travel.

It was a rough evening for the
Tlvolr Travel Agency, and the on only
ly only traveling they did Was m re reverse
verse reverse when they dropped all four
points to the Pepsi Colas.

Kay nuoe tor tne winner walk walked
ed walked off with the scoring honors with
a 505'. and the best and TiVoli
Avenue representative could do
was Bill Good Who was goo J for
448.

Crawford Zenith 1 Canada Dry 1
The Crawford Zenith TV's
were tuned in on a winning chan
nel until the finale when the Ca Canada
nada Canada Dry Hi, Spots smashed the
picture tube and won their week weekly
ly weekly quota of one game.
' Joe Sullivan- of Canada Dry was

the hot howler, tossing a Mo and
caused the Zenith TV's some an

xious moments. This performance
while not matched was .rffset by
Ray Walkers, 473 and Al Hole's
469. The Zenith TV's are in third

place while Canada Dry's Soto

win-kept thorn out of the cellar.
Dunlop Tires
Martini Vermouth 1

Common In Ring

There may be other piece men

in golf, but, if there are, we nev

er heard of them. In the prize

ring of course, the piece has a

long, if not altogether nobte, tram-

tion. Some serve as managers, oth

ers as investors or collectors.

Sugar Ray Robinson is current

ly involved in litigation with two

piece men who charge the form former
er former maddleweight champion with

faulty Arithmetic in the discharge
of certain fiscal commitments.

The difference between a' piece

man and t conventional bussiness-

man is larieiv one or semaucs.

Golfer Casper had to have money
If he was to go purse hunting, so

he sold 70 percent of his potential
winnnings to two men who evid
e-ntly thought well enough, of his

cnances to take the gamble. If

Casper couldn't win they, would
he out what it cost-to keep him
in operation for two years. Casper
meanwhile would have had a free
ride. i
A disastrous attempt to sell him himself
self himself as' an entertainer' in a song
and dance show left Robinson With With-out
out With-out immediate funds to launch' a
comeback, economically and fis fiscally
cally fiscally Having nothing of greater
value to hock at the moment than
what was left of his fighting abili ability,
ty, ability, he sold a piece of himslef to
Ernie Araca and another piece to
Joe Glaser, plaintiffs in the afore aforementioned
mentioned aforementioned suit.
The flamboyant Max Baer al always
ways always regarded himself as a much
better fighter than he was. It was
not surprising, then, that in deal dealing
ing dealing with piece men he literally
oversold himself. An accounting
sold io percent of himself fhat did
not exist. Thus he not only fought

iur Homing out wound up ih debt.
USGA HasNe La
If the piece man is a Mwenm.

er.t0.?lf' the b" principle is
not. Palyers often pool their in interests
terests interests with a winner sharing
r-.RIortedly, Al Bes Besselink
selink Besselink and Dtck Mayer had such
a deal going at the National in

Libby Foods

Next Game
M on. Jan. 27: Abernathv Urn-

sport vs Cerveceria Nacional,

Tue. Jan. 28: .Libby Foods vs
Hq. Co. 1st Battle Group.

wed. Jan. zi: Ft uaytott va
Abernathy Unisport.

inur. Jan. so: cerveceria ma-
clonal va Libby Foods.
Fh. Jan. 31: Ft. Kobbe Hq. Co.
1st Battle Gp. vj Ft. Clayton.

ADornawy unisport Ties ran
Liquid For League Load
Abernathy Unisport got an even
break to take possession of the Pa-

ciiic Softball League lead as it

goes into its fourth week with
Cerveceria Nacional and the sport sporting,
ing, sporting, goods representatives deadlock
ed.
The tie for the lague lead was
created after Abernathy complete completely
ly completely slaughtered Hq. Co. lit Bat-.
tie Group 13 to 0 with Lou Hilring Hilring-er
er Hilring-er pitching his second shut-out for
the seaaon. Hiliinger turned in a
one-hit performance over th. Skv

Regular.
Lewis Aulettl went down In H..

feat before reliever Borton tried
to stop Abernathy. This waa Au.

to stop Abernathy. This was A'
Utti'. .A.nj 1 : a 7

o n-vuu mas againsi one Win,

uaague Load At Stake Today
Today the league lead will be
at stake between Cervcria N.

Clonal and Abernathy Unisport. It

h epectea mat pucners McNalr
for the Beermen and either

r ( unawv Lou HUzinger for
Abernathy will be on the mound;
A win for Abernathy will knqek
& Cerveceria Nacional out of the lead
the first time since the season
ned and a tie with Ft. Clayton
for the second position can emerge U
if the servicemen continue their '
surprising string of victories. IZ
Score by innings:
Abernathy Uniaport 040 032 4-,
IS 10 0
Sky es- Regulars 000 000 0 0 1 I

BILLY GRAHAM
CRUSADE
COLON PANAMA
FEB. 2-8 7:30

IF YOU'RE TIRED..

... of turning icrcwg with

a kiicnen xnue

of cuttior win wltk

elisors

Blowfish
Killer Whales
Marlin
Barracuda
Sharks

.750
.750
.667
.333
.000

ATT ID 1.000

ARCADIA, Calif. (NEA) Swaps
1956 Horse-of-the-Year, never lost
a race ..t Santa Anita.

TOP BIG TEN

CHICAGO (NEA) Wisconsin

and Purdue share the all time

-ftig Ten haakothall leadership with! Todd

166 201 198

625 788 44 2107

Austin 3 Cordom Lino Svlnrudes t
The Austin pulled a mild sur surprise
prise surprise by taking three points and
with a few breaks in the opening

game they could have have made

it a clean sweep. An 18 pin deficit

denied the Austin team ih gaining
a shutout victory.

Earl Best of Austin Battled all

the way for his 58 7and Dick Soy

Kster was next with 567. Both of

these squads also were confronted

with the bugaboo or bowers'

nightmare, namely splits. Even
with a three point win the Austin

are amired in the cellar by 12

points.
Austin

Best
Thomas
Pahl

Samaniego

196
212
155
167
730

202 189
161 ,188
202 135
102 191

587

349

The Dunlop. Iiantas .'were Quite

sturdy and .properly inflated when

they rolled to three p o in t win.
Their, opponents rolled better than
the results revealed, but were dol doled,
ed, doled, one. point with a. J4 pin advant advantage
age advantage in the last, encounter.
Dunlop's Pat Kelly, from Ama

dor, killed the pins for a 416 sot,
and Wally Keller a. fellow Navy
man on the Martini Vermouths ac actually
tually actually was the top roan, with his
492 and his teammate Si Baldwin

was close, by with 485,
Balboa Boer 4 HHIman Cars

The hot and cold performers of
the League, Balboa Beer were hot
and as a result collect'! a cool
refreshing clean sweep cf all four
points from tfe cellar champs,
H(Uman Cars. Manny Fernandez
Was the Cerveza's erv.elf bottlers
breaking in with a 568 series, and

549 Bernie Bernrtein boorovd for the
541 Hillm an Cars with 505.

. .of turning; nuts with
poor fitting; pliers

or using- tools of

1850 vintage

... then conn to
ROTO headquarters

J ev. ijkj -.1 .

tui ana duv ine nign quality, tough.

long lasting; tools you need for doing your work right!
PANAMA AUTO, S.A.
30-75 AUTOMOBILE ROW
PANAMA

to win the game.
13 championships. Totals
57 704 2
(Continued on page 8)
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceanaiat Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pl Pl-Mina
Mina Pl-Mina 8-177 Cristobal 3-1673.

Nothing in Interior like PANA PANA-MONTI
MONTI PANA-MONTI INN. BOQUETf Wirt
rtttrvttiem.
Spend your week endi in Rio
Mar, the best summer resort of
tht Republic, opened day and
night.

FOSTER'S Cortaats and Laret
Batch Houtt. Ont milt past tht
Casino. Pbtnt Balboa 1166.

Houses

FOR RENT: Furnishta house,
thrtt btdrooms, livingroom, ain ain-ing
ing ain-ing room, garage, Hht)n, gar gar-dan,
dan, gar-dan, ctmpltttly air-tonditioned,
ituattd in "F" Strati No. 10.
II Carigrejo. For information call
Tel. 1-0211, aHIca wants.

FOR RENT: Furnished house,
Mtrrwt btdrooms, tar thrtt
months, Son Francisco. Cail,! Cail,!-5631.
5631. Cail,!-5631. FOR HINT: 4-btdroem chalet,
t bathrooms, 2 porches. Via Es Es-pafia
pafia Es-pafia CaHo 97. (Sonny Boy).
Pliant 3-3041.

Japanese Building
Anti-Sub Planes
Financed By US
TOKYO, Jn 27 (UP) The U-
nited States has given Japan pre pre-mission
mission pre-mission to build 42 American-mo-
j-l notr ...ft ckmarino n a t r O I

planes and W Tsupply production!

data on tne eran 10 un jauaucac
builder
The agreement to let Japan
build the big Neptunes was signed
here yesterday by U S and Jap Japanese
anese Japanese authorities The United
States agreed to pay more than
half the bill for constructing the
planes in 'Japan

Apartments

ATT INT ION, O. I.I Jug) keitt

ptMHRMnQS In

Wi CVM WtH gjl
1-441.

FOR RENT: Large bright fur furnished
nished furnished room semi-privatt bath,
independent tntranct, Mar Bel Bella
la Bella Vista Theatre 3-1081.

r SCARES

fSlSLS? 3?" ON1 om AorNTi n oust

BAIBO-Nt M Strati MOSJUSON-4th

F ARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue HOUSFHOI.D

VAN-DEB-JISM tttctt No. B a P ARMACIA EI RA tith n...

tht Bella Vista Theatre, a COLONi Central tvo. 1Z Its T.I iti

nun a t mi timui v a prrrunn-i amai nra. li a AUBMLina

Hase a CASA ZALDO-Ctntral Ave. 41 LOUUnKS PHARMACY 182 I La,.asnoina a

St Jalv Ave A J St a, I ran srrcvu v, Tfvall Ma m PARMACM til ADOS I7N1DOS

RXrHANflRJ fa 4. i. rw.. a,. Ka 11 a rimtlMIIV ..Jusla Arnw

Umti l

ABMACI I.OM

I4t central Ave

m- a Avn. and S3 S a r ARWAi i i

Street a F ARMACIA "S AST Via Portee 111 a NOVEDADE8 4TtfB BeeMe

I 4

Boats & Motors

FOR SALI: 15 n"x76"
Chris-Cnrt kit boat, fiberglass
botton. 30 h.p. Evinrada motor
and trailer $900.00 Houst 141 141-B.
B. 141-B. Gatun.

FLY TO SAf BLAS ISLANDS

Thirty nlnatea from Colon yia

Btnootn co

Coaslil Air

Ovar Ftrtobtlo ana ai
towns In He

CESSNA 1M AmPLANM
For furthar Information eafi
COLON AVIATION
Tela. H A 41

BPS

I
I US

1949 Buick Sedan
4 door .... $295.00
1948 Plymouth Sedan
4 door 100.00
1950 Mercury Sedan
4 door . 150.00
1950 Oldsmobile
Coupe .... 175.00
1951 Oldsmobile
Sedan 4
door 395.00
4950 Buick Sedan
I 4 door 325.00

(Continued from Page )
Kant Cigarette-3
Blue Star Milk 2
The Blue Star Dairmen churn

ed the first two games into two

premium counters m the win col

umn. But the Kent Cigarettes
caught fire in the last game and

puffed away nor only to a win but

gathered in the TP.

. Don Rudy, making his debut in

tne league as a pinchitter for ab

sent Billy Coffey, posted a 555 se
fies. and two more Kents crash

ed into the 500 circle, Gilleon 508;

and Livingston 510. Lyle wickham

and Lou Hack wer the Blue "Star"

performers for the milkmen with
491 and 495.

Honor Roll (200 or better) Fer

nandez 200, Rudy 204, Dube 211,

Carter 200.

PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Standings

Tivoli Motors 54 23
Colonial Insurance 33 24

Coipan Motors 31 20

Abattoir Nacional .. 30 27
Tasco Battery ... 29, 38
Tahiti Jewelry 27 30
A P A r.yv 26 31
Spaulding Dot .......... 18 39

High Team Game
Tasco Battery 1147
High Team Series
Tasco Battery 3173

Individual High Game and Series,

Man
Coffey-279 and 708
Individual High Gam and Secies
Woman
Camby, 223; Rudy, 530
High Averages
Men

Coffey 199

B ulcer t . a its

V W

Women

Rudy

. a a a a, o a a ate

leading
CAMERAS
' V t..ifESl
International Jewelry

155 Central Av

-

THE
NEW

canon

CAMStAI
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens

at

t

Panama

1. 1. SIMM N.

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Col6n

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Hiney birds, all
guarantee! talkers, world's bait.
$25 to $40 each or bast offer.
Call Balboa 3169 far informal
tion.
FOR SALE: Twin bods, white
leatherette headboard's. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons beautyrest box springs and
mattresses, $225. Complete,
phone 83-4144 anytime.

FOR. SAH: farm. 14 hectares.
4 strands of wire, pipe posts cross
fences, 23 btad af cattle, run running
ning running water. Location: Casa Large
Road. Phone Albreok Field 7163.

FOR SALE: Mah Jang hand
carved teak wood chest four
trays. Seat offer Navy 3541.

Home Articles SERVICES

WANTED TO SELL: American
wants to sell full set af house house-h
h house-h o I d furniture, refrigerator,
stove, ttc. Call Panama 3-5087.

FOR SALE: Reasonable trice
furnished, Parque Lefevre 5th
Street No. 12, upstairs.

3 -minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning af motor. $5. waxing of
can $6. Auto-Bane. Trans- Isfh
mian Highway neat Sears.

FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
bedroom let by Cowes, other
household effects. Contact
James Graham, Ninth street Rio
Aba jo, 26.10.

FOR SALE: Double bod Inner Inner-springs
springs Inner-springs and mattress, vanity
dresser, sfoo), cheat of drawers,
$80. Porcelain kitchen, 2 atoels,
$7.50. Portable typewriter, $10.
Washing machine, 60 cycle,
$30. Ironing beard, $2.00.
House 2154-C 8th street. Phone
3-4147 Carundu.

FOR SALI Alt types of shoe
machines, finisher, stitchers,
etc. Alto lasts. Below cost. Fac Factory
tory Factory liquidation. El Economico, Q
street No. 21, next to stadium.
Telephone 2-0192.

"GET STREAMLINED"
tht McLevj way Body Massage,
Excercislng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor Indie
sad gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SOHOLL'S "SOHOLL'S-1
1 "SOHOLL'S-1 Product
i. Arosemenn Ave. 13-41
TeL J-221T

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RllXiE
; General Agent
Oibraitax Ufe Tfis. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
February 9, 1958
Fidanque Travel Service
.'.: TeL 2-1661

Meks .........

Camby

Retry 154

Colenlel Ins. 3, Abatteir Nac. 1
Colonial Insurance, with only

the minimum number of players,

proceeded to give Abattoir Nacio-

na lthe business.
Colonial Insurance-Klumpp, 458;
Voss, 473; Toland, 567, Blind, 363;
Blind, 387.
Abattoir Nacional-Lane, 572; A.
Colclasure, 383; M. Albritton, 433;
Colclasure, 429; Albritton, 547.
Taste Battery 2, Tivoli Meters T
Tasco Battery found its spark
nnrl earn marine back 'to defeat

the Tivoli Motors after dropping!
the first game. Tasco had to go!
because Billy Coffey picked up I

fTarnfen CWin to fill in for the

fishing Ted Schmidt and Tasco eras me pros.
equal to thei task, even though Bob Watsgon
romnig on the "pie" alleys 3 and Art Wall . i .
4-of the Diablo Service Center.'Dow Fmsterwald ..
What happened to the shirts of Oswaldo De Vicente
the Tivoli Motormen? The only Roberto De Vicemo

final

Panama Open

Golf Scores

a e e e

e It;

1952 Oldsmobile

:

Sedan 4

door

o a a

495.00

OUR REPUTATION
IS
YOUR GUARANTEE

Smoot
&

Pte Cooper

Arnold Palmer
Porky Oliver. .
Ted Kroll .. ..
Sick Metz . .
oug Ford :.

, Ernie Vossler .,

tpam without theml

Tasco aBttery Balcer, 606; Rodg Rodg-ers,
ers, Rodg-ers, 461; T. Lowande, 423; Melan Melan-son,
son, Melan-son, 553; Lowande 555.
Tivoli Motors Rogers, 473;

Blind, 417; C a s c l o, 548; R
Schmidt. 430! Cnffpv 5fi0.

Coipan Motors 2. Tahiti Jewelers 1 ?on January ........

Colnan Motors enroe hack after George Bayer

losing the first game and kept pace Hi arm Polo . .......
wjtti Colonial Insurance. The an-Julio Hernandez ..... ..
chor-men on each team were the'Ja'.me yictonno .. .. ..
only ones to score over 500t Anibal Macarron . .. ..
Coipan Motors Minor, 487;R.aymond. Reid
Blind, 399; V. Rudy, 464; Roberts, Igw Goodman Withdrew

aR9 Kllnv SQft Hdiuiu juuci wimuica

Tahiti Jewelers Camby, 476;
T. Camby, 421; M. Hicks, 470; Al Al-varado,
varado, Al-varado, 476; Jamison, 535.

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FOR SALE : Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"al2"
x!2". They art economical, light
and do net crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco b Alfareria. S.
A.. Via Espana Ne. '37.40.
Phont 3-0160.

CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS
Far septic tanks and water out outlets
lets outlets in general insist en Clayco
, terra cotta pipes, especially made
for tuck purposes, and resistant
to compression and acid action.
4"U" aipt, at u cents each.

FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household furniture and house far rent
with maid. For appointment call
3-714.

Russian Liferafure
Designed To Train
Intelligence Agents
B AMM r.fmonsr ffaea MT 'TTO S

Anfi-Arvieifirtnm mr fiyaft.M eat a

faaiM-Aiueiiveu "FtT ivuvu lm
best-seller in the Soviet Union and
iis designed to turn Soviet youths
into intelligence aeents and in

formers, the Institute for the

omyy m mm uooa aaia yesterday

In an analysis of Soviet-adven

ture books, the institute said they
invariably followed a pattern in
which "a Soviet intelligence agent

catches a foreign spy, preferably
American, sometime, after World

war U"
nM. ..! a

ine institute, composed of for
mer Soviet citizens, claimed So-

talra n.rt In ilu, in....... j

- I,.,, ui ura uivchiui auu ca
..: i i

iauuiuB auu-Aoiencan propagan propaganda
da propaganda campaign" It said the books
encourage an "espionage phobia

ana tena to maxe people suspi suspicious,
cious, suspicious, especially of, foreigners'

A PA 2, Spaulding Dot 1
Keeping up with the rest of the

victors, APA nosed out Spaulding

Dot by the popular margin of 2 to
1. Spaulding Dot shook-up their
line up, but to no avail.
APA Soyster, 472; P. Best,
341; Mitchusson, 343; Fistonich,
494; Best, 544.

Spaulding Dot Riley, 47?; Bet:

ty Boyer, 286; Wilma Riley, 360;
Boyer, 502; Barbour, ,490.

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FOR SALE: Couch and two
chairs $40.00 buffet $15.00
library desk $10.00 quater quater-matttr
matttr quater-matttr tables $5.00 each, lino linoleum
leum linoleum rugs $500 each misc.,
household articles, or beat offers.
(85 Morgan PI. after 3 p.m.
eek days.

FOR SALE: Modem livingroom
set, $75.00,' mahogany war wardrobe
drobe wardrobe $25.00 mahogany desks
$29, bay wardrobe, 3 compart compartment
ment compartment $49.00 garden umbrella,
$17.50 double beds with mat mat-fret
fret mat-fret $25.00, dinette set $89,95.
bun bed $39 alse dinning living
room set, beds and1 wardrebe
modern carved cabinet kitchen 3
chairs Rattan set incomparable
prices, easy payment, club, dis discount
count discount on cash sale. Household
Exchange, National Ave. No. 41
phone 3-491 1 3-7348.

Dave Sime
Outsprints
Ira Murchison

SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY,
TV,, HI-FI. RADIO AND PHO PHONO.
NO. PHONO. CALL U. S. TELEVISION
PANAMA 3-7607.

Miscellaneous

WANTED: Experienced sales salesmen.
men. salesmen. Attractive commission,
immediate payment. 'Mueblerla
Rattan Lai."

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A.- DIABLO
OX 121,),. CRISTOBAL. CX

LOST: A brown dachshund dog
'in the vecinity of Las Cumbrcs.
AnsWtrs to name of Brownie.
Reward offered. Call Mrs.
Richard Las Cumbres 2Q83 or
during the day, Panami 3-1620.

It's economical to reconstruct
a tire. "Recenstructora Nacio Nacional"
nal" Nacional" offers guaranteed work.
They cost less and are mote dur durable
able durable than naw anas. Peru Avenue
No. 7. Phone 2-0460, Panama.

Domestic Employment

WANTED: English speaking
practical nurse for new born
batty, to live in, experience with
American families necessary,
locaj references. Tel. 3-7755.

Byrd Not Convinced of Need

For CSBillhn Debt Hike

WASHIISfDN, Jan. 27 (lp)-
ot tne Senate 'finance Committee
put uie Aumiiiisu aauii on notice
lOuay ne's not conwnceu the na na-uoaui
uoaui na-uoaui ueoi eel iiig'neeus to ue
raised as mucn as five billion dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Byrd's committee prepared to
hear testimony on tne Aumimstrd Aumimstrd-tion
tion Aumimstrd-tion request today irom Treasury
oftcrstaiy ivooert B. Anderson anu
iluuget Director 1recival r'. Brun Brun-dage.
dage. Brun-dage. ine house last week passed the
Aaminisurauon's bill to raise the
existing 275 bulion dollar limit on
tne teueral debt to 280 billion until
June 30, 1959.-
Byru reiused to commit himse 1
in aovance and tola a reporter ne
wantea a "nul tustkicauon" ior
the request. 'For the past iive

years the economy minded Se

nator has viewed the debt limt

as an eftective brake on govern
ment spending.

Th Virginian, who has labeled

president Eisenhower s new bud
get "Reckless", said he also want

ed a rundown from Brundase on

WASHINGTON Jan n rrrpTWBlt tne AdnjtnistraUon is doing,
WAoainiTlUJN, Jan. 27 (UP) ",hmit rarlnrint- finn.amtial av!

penditures".

There is no doubt the Senate

will approve some increase in the

dew limit. iHowever there is a

strong possibility an attempt will

than five billion dollars.
The house voted 275 to 114 a

ainst limiting the increase to three

UliOns. I

The Treasury contends the debt
limit should be rasied to keep its
cash balances from fallitie too

low and give it the leeway neerM

ea to permit economic manage
ment of the debt.
It has supplied Byrd with fig-ires
showing the debt will reach a peak
next.December when it woa d need
a 280 bUlion dollar ceiling if it is
to Operate with the cash and lee leeway
way leeway it wants.

Dave Sime, the good big man who

beat the good, little man, said to today
day today that "I just don't know if 1
can do it again."
Sima a ft 9 rA.A .......

fmm rinka TTnhar.itv n.,A..A M made inside the Finance om-

the only excitement of the nthlmittce hold the increase to less

annual Washington Evening Star
indoor track meet Saturday nient

by winning two of the three sprint

races irom 5 5 Ira Murchison

of Western Michigan.

Murchison won the 70 ayrd

dash by one foot before Sime
bouaced back to win the 80 by

one loot ana tne wmaup 100 by
two feet. Each time,, Murchison,

tne iastest starter in the business,

jumped oh in front. Sime was

closing fast in the 70 and bad

enough distance to catch his stub stubby
by stubby rival in the longer dashes.
The winning times were 7.1 sec

onds -in the 70, 7.8 in the 80 and
9.7 in the 100. Sime's 7.8 in the

80 provided the only meet rec

ord. Except for the three sprints,
the other races produced mediocre

performances on the slow, eight eight-lap
lap eight-lap flat track at the National
Guard armory.

Sime, while pleased with hrs tri

umph, refused t go overboard.

I really don t know if I could

beat Murchison agam," he said.
"He gets off to such a fast start,
it scares me. He's a great runner.

"I don't know when we'll meet

next," Murchison said, "but I hope
it's soon. I'll he in the national

AAU indoor championships next' ness

month at New York and I sure

Antarctic Expedition
Tests New Russian
Caterpillar Vehicle
LONDON, Jan. 27 fUP)-Radio
Moscow reported yesterday that
Russia's Antarctic expedition has
successfully tested; a fast new
caterpillar vehicle known as "the
Renguin."
The broadcast described 'the
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country crosscountry vehicle." It said it had
a streamlined form and pointed

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would like to have Dave there,
too. Will I beat him thene I think

I will."

Two years ago, Sime made his
big time debut in this meet and
ran a world record 9.5 for the
100: Murchison won the. series

last year when Sime ran in two

of the three sprats despite ill

Rev. Irv Chambers
To Lead Singing
For Crusade Team

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The Rev. Irv. Chambers
One of the most versatile mem members,
bers, members, of the Billy Graham organi organization
zation organization will lead the siging for the
Leighton Ford team of tha Billy
Graham Panama crusade, the Rev.

Irv Chambers.

The Rev. Cahmbers and. the

team will apear nightly in the
Old Tivoli Commisary Building on
the Pacific side of the Isthmus
from Sunday through Thursday.

starting on February 2. '

he Jets gained their first vic victory,
tory, victory, and an impressive one, as
they upset the M. R. A. 4 td 2.
Neither team was able to get ma many
ny many hits, as Karpinski allowed on only
ly only two, and the, enmbinad efforts
of Wittaker and Aleguas yield yielded
ed yielded only one.
Karpinski, the wmninj pitcher,
gave up ten walks but kept them
well scattered. On the other hand.

Whittaker, pitihing for his first

time gave up four m a row m the
second. Aleguas took over at this
point gave up a scratfch hit to Hil Hil-ty,
ty, Hil-ty, and another free oass. the Jets

scoring three runs. Gary Irving
then stepoed in and ended the in

ning, making a' seeminly impos impossible
sible impossible catch and converting it into
a double play.
M. R. A. scored: ont run hi the
first on, Jhn McGlbin's two,baigg)r,
and one more on a. wild pitch, in
the fifth,
JES ..... AB R H
Hk 3 0 0
PajwaauVw, ,300
Belafger, lb m' 8 0 0
Karpinski, p 110
Self, If 12 0
Bonneau, cf 2 l n
Green, 3b 10 0

HHty, rf 2 0 1

Patton, 2b 0
Drohanv 2b 2
Totals 18

0 )

0 0
4 1

M.R.A.
Cooper, If
Marquard; 3b
Aleguas, cf,
Whittaker, p, cf
McGlein. ss

fRodriguez, lb

lying, 2b
Ender c
Tompkfns, rf
Lti?nadier rf
Totals

0
4
3
2
2
3
3
1
2
0
20

(Bouncint; bick after, Thursday's
loss, M. R. A. went into a tie for
fir.t plate by defeating Mottas 6
to 3.
Mottas jumped off to a auick
lead in the first however the M.R. M.R.-A.
A. M.R.-A. tied this on Jose Rodriguez' tri triple
ple triple 'in the second. A single by Go Go-guen
guen Go-guen and triple by Lutz put
Mott" back in the led in the third.

but this was short-lived.

The fourth inning saw the roof
cafe in on Mota, and Mel Fiel
McGloin opened'with a walk, Whit

taker got aboard on a sacrifice

and FC, this was followed by Irv

ing-single, a rmscue, and a triple
by Pete Endtr. When the smoke
had cleared, M. R. A. had five
runs across anil the ball game.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Statel5frlct Court For Th
District it Tht Canal Zone
Balboa Division

In tht Mattar of th Adoption of
Chris Lee Smith, a minor under the
age of 14 years, vs, Scott Franklin

Smith. N6. 4628 Civil Citation.
To: Scott Franklin Smith
YOU art hereby required to apo

before the United States District Court

for the District of the Canal Zone, Dl

vision of Balboa at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
27 day of March, 1958. at 9 o'clock In

the forenoon of that day, then and

there to show cause If any you have,
why Harry Edward Croppe! should not

proceed with the hearing of his net

, tion for the adoption of the above

named minor

! WITNESS, th Honorable Guthrie F.

we. Judge. United States District

for the DiatHct of the Canal Zone.

mis 23 day of January, roe,
C. T. McCermlck, it.
Clerk of Court
(Stall ..V
by Marian D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk

ro: seott franklin smith

Judge, United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
the 22 day of January, 19S8. and en entered
tered entered and filed in this action In the

office of the Clerk" of the United State

District Court Division of Balboa, on
the 22 day of .Twwy,, 105ft.
C. T. McCormicV, Jr.
I'ffTfBi' 1 fttaj'taS. Batta) i i n),
by Marian D. Bowen I
Deputy Oerk

Born in California, the m Rev.
Chambers received his early eduj

cation in Pennsvlavnia an-1 'New

Jersey, later completing his tudi-

es at tne Moody Bible mstitue in
Chicago and The King's' College,
Delaware. His ministry has inclnd-

eu an f assistant pastorate m l'lula-j Jo8e RodrigUez made his deb-,
delphia, on radio television, and, ut for M R a. and witched a very

steady game to pick up the win.
Leading hitter was Brian Lutz
of Motta with a trrole and double
in three trios, Ender and Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez of M. R. A., each with a tri triple
ple triple in two trips, led their team-mates.

a recent tour in South America

He has also done extensive wrk
with the Youth lor Chtist organi organization
zation organization and is well-knonw among
youth evangelistic circles.
Ah accomplished musician, he
has used 'his trumpet playing in
much of his evangelistic ministry.
'
Long interested' in magic, he is
a mfjmber of the International

Brotherhood of Magicians. He has

presented magic shows in many
public schools ir the1 United States
as wejl as on many television sta stations.
tions. stations. He now uses his magic .to
irustrate truths he teaches from
theBible.
Since 1955 he has been associat associated
ed associated with various members of the
Billy XJraham Evangelistic Asso Association,
ciation, Association, mainly as musit? director
in city-wide and church campaings.
Atsb appearing on the Lfeigton
Ford team at the nlr! tivnli Cam.

missary will be Homer ?3rames as and Rev. Rogelio Archilla

soloist with accompanist Paul Pre
tiz and Bob Buekema.
Another Billy Graham evangel evangelistic
istic evangelistic ,tearn, led by Rev. Grady,
Wilsop, wi'l be cojiduting services
on the Atlantic side Of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus at the same time, February
2-6.r':
Billy Graham will climax the
Panama crusade by appearing
nightly on the 7th and .Sth of Feb February
ruary February in the Panama Stadium.
With Dr. Graham will be George
Beverly Snea, solois; Cliff Barrow

song leader; Tedcl Smitn, pianist;

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Kefauver Says Ike Indecisive;
Should Oust Dulles, Benson

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP (UP-Sen.
Sen. (UP-Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn), to today
day today loosed a blistering attack oa
the administration, accusing Pre President
sident President Eisenhower of a lacK 01
Son'1 on the U.S. missiles
program and calling fot the oust ouster
er ouster of two cabinet members.
Kefauver, member of the Se Senate
nate Senate Preparedness Subcommittee
said the United States could have
beat Russia in launching
satellite if the President and his
defense secretary, had jurt
made decisions and stuck with
them".
Striking out at other .members
of the President's cabinet, the
former Democratic vice-presiden-tial
candidate said thai both Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles and Secretary of Ajrwultuw
Ezra Taft (Benson should be re replaced.
placed. replaced. He said Dulles had lost the con confidence
fidence confidence of the people in many
countries and "is not going -fl
help our foreign policy however
good he may be."
He vsaid farmers would neyer
"get back on their feet" as long
as Benson was in office.
INTERVIEWED
BY REPUBLICAN
Kefauver delivered his attack
on the Republican administration
Fresh Prints Spur
California Search
For Lost Youngster
' WILLOWS, Calif., Jan. 27 (W)
Fresh footprints spotted frcyn a
searph plane aroused hope today
that a 12-year-old Boy Scout sur survived
vived survived a blizzard in which he dis disappeared
appeared disappeared yesterday while on an
outing in the Medocino National
Forest.
A mounted search party with
bloodhounds pushed hrough snow
three feet deep to reach the loca location
tion location in Grindstone Canyon where
the tracks were seen.
Some 159 police and volunteers
were engaged in the search for
Dennis Wurschmidt. wh( vanished
er wandering away from his
sr. nit troop.
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Lew 73 7
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low 70 M
wind: ; ': "M
(wax. mph) SE-7 NW-12
RAIN (inches) .03
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 77 83

TUESDAY, JAN. 28
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while being interviewed on a tele-1
vision program conducted weekly!

by a GOP congressman, Rep'.. Ken-i
neth B. Keating (K-JNY). ine
show was prepared for showing j
over New York State stations
Kefauver called for the replace replacement
ment replacement of Dulles and Benson after
Keating noted that he had been
"rather critical" of some mem members
bers members of the President's cabinet
and asked if he thought "any of
these men ought to resign."
The Tennessee Democrat also
denounced Presidential Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Sherman Adams for "try "trying
ing "trying to blame" former President

Jim Hagerty Tells Demos He II Hit
Back Against Personal Slaps At Ike

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (UP) (UP)-Presidential
Presidential (UP)-Presidential press secretary
James C. Hagerty has advised
Democrats President Eisenhower
will remain aloof from partisan
political give and take.
But he said Republican lead leaders
ers leaders including himself will strike,
back against 'personal attacks
on the President" or "politick "politicking
ing "politicking with defense."
Hagerty said on the CBS TV TV-program
program TV-program ''Face the Nation" that
an attack by presidential assist assistant
ant assistant Sherman Adams on the Dem Democrats'
ocrats' Democrats' defense record was "in the
way of a warning" against inject
ing politics into defense matters.
Adams said in a speech last
week in Minneapolis the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats were to blame for lags in
the missile program as well as
the Pearl Harbor and Korean dis disasters.
asters. disasters. Hagerty said Adams' speech
Artificial Freezing
Revives 3 Monkeys.
Soviet Journal Says
MOSCOW, Jan. 27 (UP)-A So Soviet
viet Soviet scientist has restored anim animals
als animals to life 20 minutes after their
"clinical death" by artificial
freezing and believes he can do
the same for human beings, the
weekly journal Ogonek reported
yesterday.
The experiments were conduct conducted
ed conducted by Prof. V. A. Negovsky of the
Institute of Experimental Psychol
ogy at the Academy of Sciences.
By artificially freezing the bodi bodies
es bodies of three monkeys after they
were dead, he brought them back
to life and reported "they are all
still alive as if nothing had hap happened."
pened." happened." Two had been dead 10
minutes and the other 20 minutes,
Ogonek said.
"We are firmly convinced that
under artificial freezing, man can
be revived not only five or six
minutes after death but much
longer," Negovsky told Ogonek.
NY Conpressmen Ask
Folsom To Postpone
Sale Of Ellis Island
WASHINGTbN. JJan. 27 (UP)-
New York State's Democratic Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen want the Government to
postpone the sale of Ellis Island so
new plans can be developed for its
use.
The 17 lawmakers, In a letter to
Secretary Marion B. Folsom of the
Health, Education and Welfare De Department
partment Department expressed "unalterable
opposition to the sale of this hisfo
ric Island for commercial purpos purposes."
es." purposes." The one-time clearing house for
Immigrants is scheduled to be sold
to the highest bidder Feb. 11.
The New York Congressmen told
Folsom the Island "should remain
a symbol for social betterment."
They suggested the Federal Gov Government
ernment Government and New York State join
in estaablishing a hosnital or an
institution for narcotics victims
there.
They requested a meeting with
Folsom to work out new plans and
volunteered to sponsor necessary
legislation.
Israeli-Made Film
Previewed In R. P.
By Various Groups
An Israeli-made movie, "Hill 24
Doesn't Answer" was previewed
at the President Theater today by
members of the press, radio, and
various organizations.
The film deals with the strug struggles
gles struggles of the new nation shortly be before
fore before it was declared a free state.
The well-known British actor Ed Edward
ward Edward Mulhare appears in the star starring
ring starring ro'e.
Told mainly in flashback, it is
the story of four individulas de defending
fending defending the "Hill."
The film had a successful year's
run in New Ynrk rpcpntlv
I The Womens' International Zion-
ist Organization, which is sponsor
ing me nun, win announce tne
date when this movie will be
shown at the Lux Theatre soon.

Truman and tha Democrat for
this country's lag in the missile-

satellite race.
He sara actually "we are an to
blame Democrats, Republicans,
everybody have made some mis
takes. iBut if it comes to a show showdown,
down, showdown, he said, the Democrats
would be able "to hold our own
in showing we
mistakes."
have i made less
1 .V
HITS CONFUSION
Kefauver said that a lot of the
"confusion" in the defense pro program
gram program could have been avoided if
was not inconsistent with Presid President
ent President Eisenhower's Chicago speech
on the same day.
The President said he hoped
national defense would be kept
out of the coming congression congressional
al congressional campaign.
Hagerty said Eisenhower ex expressed
pressed expressed how he Hoped the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats would act. On the other
hand, he said, Adams' speech was
"more in the way of a warning
that they had better."
Important To Seek
Political Settlement,
Says Justice Douglas
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 (-U.P)-Supreme
Court Justice William O.
Douglas said today that it was
"terribly important" that this
country seek a "political settle settlement"
ment" settlement" with the Communjsts world
to remove the threat of war.
Douglas said on the ABC tele
vision program, "Celebrity Pa
rade," that he was optimistic that
such a settlement could be ob
tained "through long, patient ne
gotiations at the diplomatic
table." He said he doubted that
one could he achieved at any short
summit meeting between Western
and Eastern leaders.
He emphasized, how ever, that
pending- a settlement, this country
must remain militarily strong and
prepared for war.
, "We can't let our guard down,"
he said.
Radiation Fear
Ends Woman's Life
TOKYO, Jan. 27 (UP)-A Jap
anesse beauty salon proprietress
turned on the gas and committed
suicide because she feared she
was suffering from a radiation
illness, authorities-said today.
Mrs. Yoneko Mizuguchi had sur
vived the atomic bombing of Hag
asaki on Aug. 9, 1945, but her
husband died in the blast.

Gale Driven Storms Drop Rain, Snow
Over Many States; Flood Waters Rise

Gale driven storms, packing a
punch of heavy rain and snow,
socked the northeastern quarter oi
the United States yesterday and
powered across the California
coast into the Rockies.
The storms resulted in flood
threats, a missing boat and a boy
lost in a blizzard.
Near Martinez, Calif., the Coaat
Guard and sheriff's deputies
searched the San Joaquin River
delta area by land, water and air
for a cabin. cruiser with three per
sons aboard. The boat wag last
seen shortly before gales and rain
-truck the coast Saturday.
Meanwhile, an air and ground
search intensified yesterday
in Grindstone. Canyon of Mendo Mendocino
cino Mendocino National Forest in California
for Dennis Wurschmidt, 12, Wil
lows. Calif., who became lost in a
blizzard accompanying the West
Coast storm. The youngster wan wandered
dered wandered away from a Boy Scout
troop on an outing in the canyon
Saturday.
Flood Threats Develop
In Massachusetts, possible ma major
jor major flood threats were developing
on the Charles and Neponset riv rivers,
ers, rivers, weathermen said. There were
no immediate reports of flood
damage, but the Charles was ex expected
pected expected to rise to three feet above
flood stage, only three feet below
the flood caused by the destruc destructive
tive destructive August, 19SS, storm Diane.
Strong winds, reaching 55 to 60
miles per hour, accompanied a
disturbance which pushed across
the Southeast, spreading ram into
Georgia and Florida and touching
of several thunderstorms. The
Miami vacationland was alerted
for the high winds after the Belle
Glade and Fort Myers areas were
hit by periods of gales.
In the Midwest, about one to
three inches of snow fell from the
Dakotas and Nebraska into Iowa,
Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana.
Patches of snow, mixed with rain,

the President and his defedse se

cretary presumably former de de-dense
dense de-dense chief Charles E. Wi on
had made the necessary decisions
"This lack of decision making,
making wrong dJcisiens, is the
reason that we didn't get a sa satellite
tellite satellite into orbit first," he seid.
"True, we weren't spending
enough money or giving the pro program
gram program enough emphasis, but there
wasn t any reason really wny we
should have been behind-.
Kefauver also proposed that the
Defense Department be shaken
up to "arrange some way of get
ting decisions made there.
He said the present setup is
so cumbersome that sometimes
before a decision is even made an
idea is obsolete.'
The 'joint chiefs of staff, hi
said, 'should not wear two hats.'
They should be relieved of their
resDonsibilitv to the individual
armed service so they could
"think more of the general inter
ests of the defense organisation
But he said the President is the
commander-in-chief of thep armed
forces and "lies 'go to make
some decisions.
I
British Physicians
Believe Lung Cancer
Caused By Cigarels
LONDON, Jan. 27 (UP) The
British Medical Association
todav cigarettes are the mam
cause of lung cancer.
A pamphlet, issued with the
Oma journal ramuy iutim, j
said the proportion of life long
heavv cigaret smokers who will
die of lune cancer is about one in
eight. The number of non-smokers
who will die of lung cancer is a
bout One in 300.
The author of the pamphlet. Dr.
Harvey Graham aaaea:, "uigar
et smoking is indeed a major
cause of lung cancer."
"The risk increases with the
amount smolo;s, averages five
to 15 times greater (on half a
pack a day or more) than a a-morig
morig a-morig non-smokers, is 27 times
greater for those who smoke
two packs a day," he said.
"There is no question about it
The difference between non-smokers
and men who are heavy smok smokers
ers smokers is clearly very large."
The pamphlet said atmospheric
pollution probably helps to cause
some cases of lung cancer. But
there must be many more cases
of lung cancer due to something in
tobacco smoke.
It dismissed the theory that
exhaust fumes cause lung cancer.
"Policemen, transport workers
garage attendants all set more
exhaust fumes than u.iyone else','
the. pamphlet said. "But they don't
get more lung cancer unless tney
aro heavy smokers. And clearly
atmospheric pollution affects
smokers and non-smokers equal
iy."
The pamphfcjt said one in ev every
ery every It deaths among men in
Britain is now from lung can
cer, but among the women the
proportion Is only one in 103.
extended into the Ohio Valley and
as far south as Tennessee.
Gusty winds and rough seas
pounded the California coast from
San Francisco northward after a
heavy storm moved 'inland out of
the Paci ic.
Most1 of California was pelted by
heavy rains before the gales di diminished.
minished. diminished. But winds were still
gusty and small craft warnings
were hoisted along the coast.
West Coast Towns Hit
Floodwaters also h i t Marin
County, just across the Golden
Gate Bridge from San Francisco
but began subsiding after passage
of the storm, (streets in ban Ka
fael, San Anselmo and Kentfield
were inundated, and firemen evac
uated about 40 homes in Kentfield
when floodwaters reached a depth
of 4Va leet.
About 18 inches of snow fell
over Squaw Valley above Lake
Tahoe, Calif., and 21 inches was
reported in Yosemite National
Park as the storm headed to the
Rockies. Rain or snow also
stretched from the storm, across
Oregon into Idaho.
Although precipitation from an
East Coast storm ended over the
Mid-Atlantic coastal plain, gale
warnings were still flying along
the northeast coast. The storm
centered over New England wa waters,
ters, waters, pushing inland with
snow or sleet as far as interior
portions of northern New England
and western New York.
Binghamton in South Central
New York was one of a few
points reporting appreciable ac accumulations
cumulations accumulations of snow since Satur Saturday
day Saturday night, with 7 inches to boost
snow on the ground to over 12
inches.
Highways were hazardous
throughout the snow areas be because
cause because of ice or packed snow. MosT
roads were open, however, and
little clrii'ting was reported.

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THE WINNER Bob Watson thanks Frank Raymond (left), representative of Seagrams of
Canada,, after receiving the Seagram Cup following his surprise victory in the 72-hole $10,000
Panama Invitational Open golf championship. Guv Canavaggio, local distributor of beagrams,
looks on. Watson's scorching final round six-under-par 66 enabled him to tie the course
record of 271 for 72-holes previously held by the great Sam Snead.

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SPECTATOR President 'Ernesto- de la Guardia, Jr., who withdrew after playing the first
three rounds of 'the $10,000 Panama Open, joins the crowd as a spectator yesterday for the
final 18-hole round of the 72-hole tournament. The President is a one-time winner of this
event in the early thirties when it was restricted to amateurs and was a 36-hole tourney.

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TOPS AMATEURS Dorsey Nevergall of Mia mi receives his award as the low scoring ama amateur
teur amateur in yesterday's Panama Invitational Open golf championship. Bill Andrews (center)
represented Pan-American i Airways and made the presentation. Pedro A. "Pico" Diaz, a
member of the tournament committee, observes the proceedings. Nevergall, who ended reg regulation
ulation regulation play in a three-way tie with Sandy Hinkle and Anlbal Gallndo, won out in a "sud "sudden
den "sudden death" playoff.

Senator Calls For Grassroots Campaign
To Force Corrective Labor Legislation

WASHINGTON. Jan. 27 (UP)-
Sen. Irvina M. Ives (R-NY). vice
chairman of the Senate Rackets
Committee called yesterday for a
grassrootsc ampaign to prod Con
gress into cracking down on
labor-management racKetoers.
Ives, alsoa key member of the
Senate Lahor Committee, said
there is little chance that Con
gress would enact a general pro program
gram program of corrective legislation this
session unless the people write
their senators and congressmen.
"If the public gets steamed up.
we might get something through, M
Ives said in an interview. "The
public should demand legislation,
rhat rs the only way we are gtng
to get it."
He said, however, that he would

oppose any attempt to pass a
federal right-to-work law. If ona

is approved, he plans a legislative
move which could touch on a
filibuster by Southern senators.
Senate Republican Leader Wil
liam F. Knowland (Calif) agreed
with Ives on the need for labor
legislation. Without predicting its
chances, he told a reporter it was
important,, for Congress to "face
up to this problem at this session.'
President Eisenhower sent Con Congress
gress Congress Thursday a 10-point pro program
gram program designed to wipe out the
"corruption, racketeering and
abuse of trust and power" by
union and management officials.
Knowland and Ives, among
others, have proposed legislation
of their own.

The Rackets Committee, cur

rently investigating the Operating
. gineers Union, scheduled more
testimony this week on tyranny
and terrorism m the 270.000-
member organization. Tomorrow
it turns its attention o Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Local 542, once run by
convicted extortionist Joseph S.
(Joey) Fay.
s Lurid testimony before tthe com committee
mittee committee has sparked the drive for
legislation to end abuses m latwr latwr-management
management latwr-management relations. But Ives
said he had little hope that Con Congress
gress Congress would approve any sweeping
program.
He thought a single bill to safe safeguard
guard safeguard union welfare and pension
funds stood the- "best' cKan of
approval this year.

Rainiers
Absolute
Rule Wobbly

MONTE CARLO, Jan. 27 (UP)
' Prince Rainier oi Moaaco to today
day today faced a serious challenge to
his absolute rule of the tiney Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean state.
Monagasque voters yesterday
chose a National Council whose
members have announced they
would resign if prince Rainier re rejected
jected rejected the constitutional reform.
Strictly speaking, the council
cannot change the constitituion of
this 470-aere, tax free municipa municipality.
lity. municipality. Rainier, 34, and his 28-year-bid
Princess, former American
film star Grace Kelly, are abso absolute
lute absolute rulers here.
But the council can write con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendments and bring
pressure on Rainier to accept
them by threatening to- quit.
Results from yesterday's elec elections
tions elections showed that an U-man anti anti-absolutist
absolutist anti-absolutist maioritv hart heen swenl-
into the 18-member council.
The iron on the winning tic ticket
ket ticket were pledged to reform the
1911 constitution and give real,
law-making powers to the Na.
tional Council, up to now a sort
of rubber stamp group.
Dr. Joseph Simon, 52, is the
leader of the anti absolutists,"'
whose official title is the "Nation "National
al "National Union of Independents."
He resigned from the counlil
in 1955, when he wanted to protest
the Prince's handlins of the crash
of Monaco's precious metals bank.
Dr. Simon is hardly a radical.
But he and his nartners want to
give Mdn'aco a British-style con
stitution instead of the absolute
ruie n.nas naa ior years.
Yesterday 931 of this principali
ty's male electors went to the
polls, and apparently most of them
decided they felt the same way
Dr. Simon did.
Wine Kills Guests
ULCHIN, Korea, Jan. jE7 (UP)
Two men wen; dead and 10
others in serious condition in this
remote eastern coas'il village
after drinking pisonert rice wine
at a wedding; party yesterday.
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