The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MATANZAS, Cuba, Jan. 17 (UPI) Juliana, MuR iCarcia, accuaad $1&-a-vk Batista Informer.as won" at
last a temporary fcap from Cuban revolutionary justice and has baerr frwdon: probation, it wa maoY known
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Th cas of Mr. Wiifiox Ca?c1a won International attention after newspapers published a picture showing her,
pleading W her life with a bearded rebel" captain.
Capt William Calves' reply then was "N. She must (He,
Mr. Munex Garcia, 42-yea'r-old mother ef two, had -keen accused f fnferming en tw teenage youths wht
were Villed-y agents of ousted dictator-Fulgencio Batleta, .-t p---y.
.When rebel investigator eought witnesses to appear before the- iwolutionary tribunal repeat their charge.

against Tvlrs..MuftMCareia,rjone would testify,

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Thinks Puerto Rico s Munoz Mann

WASHINGTON, Jan. W (UPD
Gov Luis Mufioz Marm of
Puerto Rico expressed hope the
"great moral force" of. Fidel
Castro' revolutionary move movement,
ment, movement, would lead Cuba toward
oermaaent democracy.
Muftoi -sald the wholesale ex executions
ecutions executions of former dictator Ful Ful-gencia
gencia Ful-gencia Batista's supporters eon-
tricts tne spirn..
But he sam -i
fmm the human
nint. i i4ew Ton can. e how
areai maignawu" i

; "".eountry's outstanding .pokes; I

.. 5 men I lim Ameriii"-".
tirged '.the V.S.,'te maintain
hands off attitude In Cuf a "out "out-lde
lde "out-lde of offering friendlyadvice.',

Tm not jusniying snwMs
without proper civil ials. but
I'm able to understand the hu human
man human reaction," he saidV
Muflos called Castro- "a man
f morality.'' He. said "he has
the need' for decent; govern
meat In Cuba at heart."
But It would he a great tra-
low Bids Opened
For Improvemenls
At ym City
tow bids on project which
provides for Improvements to a
MnMkM. n nnnrturn In RalnhOW
City were 'submitted by Wright
Brothers of Colon arid Jesse L.
Mickman,'The bids' were opened
r4t.fi.rfav oftrnonn In the Ad
ministration- building at Balboa
Heights.
Wrleht. Brothers :offered to
furnish and Install" .-,,1 o u v r e
lalouslei In six .different type
houses in Rainbow City for 515,1
889.80. A. low bid of $48,187 was.
made by Hickman for uieriur'
nishino end Installation of 20
gallon electric water heaters in
a number of apartments. ,
Fids on both schedules were
als6 received by the firm"
Diaz and Guardla of Panama
The- quarters Improvements
at Rainbow City is a major
phase of the ttvabllity program
which provides for' various, ad ad-iitinns
iitinns ad-iitinns to Panama Canal ouax-
ters. improvements. a lx,e a dy
iade tinder- this program nave
een the Installation of double
iniindrv trays In Santa Cruz,
the paving basement areas, atid
Installation or not waior ,xieav
ers In Rainbow City.' .,, V
iix ruerza y
Complete Coursfci
On New Machine-?
'. lfitM nf' the automatic
Wiling machine section of the Pa
nama jruemy ua v v-fully
fully v-fully completed a six-week course
dealing with the theoretical and
practical aspects of the new IB.M
typo, 421-billing machine. These
three new, billing machine! will
soon be installed at Fuerza y Luz.
The course, ponduntad bv, sales
rem-esentattve Fraaxlsco ienis of
i.b.bl. w ranama; negan iasi
November -in tbe. company's main
offices SBd terminated, last week
with igraduation-.ceremonies held
at tne same location'

E the same ; location. r .rH point in-the South Atlantic. Offi Offi-Those
Those Offi-Those receiving certificates5 'of oials HtM telemetry (radio) re

and Fuerzi V Luz include: Felipe
Ortega.. Jose A. Barahona, Felix
A. Quiel Arnulfo t Sjolanilla.'-'JRal'
mundo Rios, and Antonio Ramos.
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gedy" if the new government
failed to live up to promise, he
(Aid
He said the rebels already had
"made a new kina or revolu revolution"
tion" revolution" demostratine that with
the auoDort of art armed peo
ble a few ill-equipped- lighters
can Deal tv trninea nruiy.
Mufioz Arrived here today
Imm San Jnan. Puerto Rico, ac-
Miwroanled bv his wife Ines. He
111 attend' a luncheon in honor
nt Trfnitinr-Arsrentine- President
Arture Frondiai Elvtary Vice
JcmOIdKSr
Of 6 lit 14 Years
Plans 'Living Slow'
DES MOrNPS, low TTPI-
Isuis Carrisatas, 100, "Ted not
pepper" fatheiS of six ctiuoren in
the last l. years, say no
on living slow,"
The barf Cherokee Indian,
whose wife was 21 when they
were manned Jin 1945, said on nis
100th birtbday Thursday he-didn't
plan to have any more children.
But, he saidi he had never been
"sorry about ur marriage,"
"l"Iiving Blww,didnH mean idle
ness, though, he said, ceienraung
the turn of his own century by
walking a mile to the county
courthouse for a new gun permit.
The -lustv oldster, who daily
skipped rope until; he --broke his
foot at-85,-stm- walks-lour er nve
miles a dayrv "..""
After three -.marcriages and 13
children, ranging frOm 7 to 80,
Carrizales wasn't -likely to con
sider 100 jId, His mother, he said,
lived to ber-lisy
, He met-hig ptesent wtfer Mary,
at a tire and rubber plant here
where they helped -produce war wartime
time wartime B29 bullet-proof tanks. He
switched to painting in his later
years.
Carrizales 'wife said he used to
take "peppers in his lunch" every
day to work. A foreman said he
was "as strong ind- tough "as any
of our men. he retired from
work in 1953.

Flight

Of Less Than 200- Miles

For
Latest Atlas
"VCAPJE CANAVERAL; Fla,
(UPI) Trouble in Its rocket en engines
gines engines sent a huge Atlas interconti intercontinental,
nental, intercontinental, missile, plunging into the
Atlantic Ocean Thursday night
minutes after the launching of
what, wm 'tn have Iimti on "ill.
fthe-way' test of the ICBM
r 'Tha flieht wnt lt thin 900
mllef the Defense Department
said.,. The failure meant further
tests before the Atlas can be put
in the hands of the armed -forces
at icbm launching sites being
built for it I ,"'..
The Air Force declined details
of "' the failure, but r informed
sources here said that a prema premature
ture premature engine failure and cut-off aft after
er after About one nd. lone half min minutes
utes minutes of flighaosed the i Atlas to
fall far short of planned impact
ports-continued to come from the
nose cone until it hit. the water.
; It war aimed on a. trajectory
that would drop Its nose cone, ca capable.
pable. capable. of carrying .a hydronn

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ftalves. the same man who said
list week that: she would have to
die. said todrv that the hd beea
released "in Uatanzas ;iB the last
two days. She ia free on m pre premise
mise premise to appear immediately to an answer
swer answer any fresh thargef brought
by either civil" or military courts.
Mrs. Munoasi-trarcia Haa aena
acting as an informer while work working
ing working as a government appointed
seeretary in a hospital maternity
ward. Her' accusers said she was
paid $15 a week by Batista's a a-gents
gents a-gents to tip them off about re rebels.
bels. rebels. .;'
I .i Mrs. Munet Oareia seid
tied only pointed out the heuse
-where the two beys lived. As
cording to her eeuors Capt.
Luio Cottiljo ferneris wtnl te
the- heuft and killed one hiy.
TeM later he had shot the wrong
Vooth he returned' and shot the
-The aptin'''i feeing, held lorr.
i,LtUhrfUf J
ent Manuel Urrutia announced Cu-
a asking me united states to
drop charges against Cuba citizens
arrested .In the U. s. for heipmg
Fidal Castro's rebels.
Stores of Cubans wore 'arrest'
ed tin several; American cities dor
ing the twv-year revolt for run
ning arms or etherwise vielah
Ing American neutrality.
The provisional government, al
so postponed theC'Start of "war
crimes' trials for 631' prisoners
in Ha van's Cabana Fortress, but
other trials Were resumed in near
by Matanzas under, new regula
tions designed to provide greater
safeguards for the rights of im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned Batista supporters.
Urrutia announced that the rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary courts were ordered to
turn over to his office dossiers
documenting the criminal charges
against Batista's nenenmen.
The evidence? Urrutia said, would
be made public to "inform foreign
uuuiiL- uuiuiuui utuuvuiaiij
...U1I. AMIwiKH II 0WilAtllll1llT tin
the United states, on wnat is nap
nonintf in Pllhll
"It is lamentable."--the Presi
dent said, '.that the North Ameri
can people have been badly mis misinformed."
informed." misinformed." '; -'
Ho charged that American in interests
terests interests which had boon sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic to the Baflata regime were
promoting; a campaign in the
United States 'against the new
Cuban government.:
In a televised Interview, Urru
tia said U.S.Cuban relations would
continue to be. based on "cor-
"diality" but that, Cuba would exer
cise its full sovereignty and insist
on maintaining its own point of
view. .. '
In defending the 'war crimes
trials and executions, Urrutia said
that so far no sentence had been
protested by the relatives or friend
of. the condemned men, indicat
ing that: all of them had been fair.
ICBM; Missile
warhead, into -a target area near
St. Hejena Island in the South At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, some 8,300 miles from the
Florida coast, ; v
It rose from the launching pad,
spouting flame, at-11 p.m. e.s.t.
Its engines hummed with a reson resonance
ance resonance which was heard several
minutes after the 808-foot long, 100 100-ton
ton 100-ton missile bored into an overcast
sky like. 4 mighty skyrocket. :
In Washington, the Defense De
partment aand the trouble devel developed
oped developed in the engines, shortly after
launching. It had ; not been 'pin 'pinpointed,'
pointed,' 'pinpointed,' but the missile was not
destroyed deliberately .by range
safety 'officers at the cape. Delib Deliberate
erate Deliberate destruction 1 ordered if a
missile awaaaavers off its course.
The Pentagon statement said
only that ithe .C Atlas ;i "did not
achieve' all programmed test re-!
suits. After. successful launch,1
an apparent .malfunction in the
propulsion System resulted is 1
Uht, ef lest than 200 miles.

kntnc the truth and the

PANAMA, E. r,8ATUItDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959

Mlo2

tJrrutia also made the following
points:
.-.Any attempt by Batista to In Invade.
vade. Invade. Cuba from iae Deminican
Republic was doomed te failure
because the entire Cuban people
were behind the new government.
All trade treaties, existing be between
tween between Cuba and foreign countries
woudl be revised.
. Hh govornmont would ik
before the United Nations end
the Orgnixation of American
States that "human rights be res
pectod every whore, He charged
the govornmont of the Domini
an RciMiblic, Nicaragua and Pa
ragvay with violating auch rights
At the same time, the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary regime, obviously becom becoming
ing becoming increasingly sensitive to for foreign
eign foreign criticism of war crmes trials
and executions, launched a drive
to publicize the "horrors" com.
mitted by Batista's army and no
V1
RCi-ntt- iw-.v J H:
'oiunonarytriBunaai-war rtMi;
vuii vj v troview -accusauons s s-gainst
gainst s-gainst 36 persons there and 30 in
Moron. Both towns are in central
Camaguey Province.
In-Santiago, Fidel Castro's bro brother
ther brother Raul said five persons were
sentenced In Guantanamo City and
their executions were pending.
Thii would bring the total of exe-
cutibns in Orient Province alone
to 111 so far.
The first of TTIatista support support-ors
ors support-ors who took asylum In foreign
embassies In Havana were flown;
into exile yesterday with permit- i
slen ef the revolutionary gov government.
ernment. government. Their departure was
booed nd ieorfd by a erowd at
Havana's International Airport.
As part of the eamnaien to nub-
Bcizee Batista crimes, Dr. flran
cisco Muller, director-of the Ha Havana
vana Havana raorgue'issued a statement
saying the beate.and bullet-rid-
died corpses of 600 youtiis, believ believ-edto
edto believ-edto have been rebels captured
by- the Batista police, had been
dumped at his door while Batista
was in power J" -
Mulleir estimated that only a a-bout
bout a-bout ne.-fifthof. tiie rebels killed
in the Havana' are during that
time passed through his hands.
He said others probably were
dumped in the' sea,1 burned or
mined in unmarked graves.
Secrel Service Men
To Visil Texan Who
Found Gold
tORSICANA, Tex.. (UPI)-D. E.
Jones, who says he found an es estimated
timated estimated $2,408,000 -worth of gold
bats in a blackberry patch, Is
expecting a visit today from Sec Secret'
ret' Secret' Service men, .,
He and his lawyer, 'Tom Pol Pol-lairtl
lairtl Pol-lairtl Jr., are offering to help the
government in "every way." In
th; meantime, Jones' refused to
sa(; what he has done with tbe 86
bars of gold.' :
'I never said I buried It again,
liKe. some pieces in the r news newspapers
papers newspapers said' Jones said. '''But I
have it in a safe placed
He said he found the gold last
Myj17 whiie picking berries east
of Alto, Tex. Jones said it was
June before he knew ; what be
really had. 1 ;
- Bia lughed at reports that some
essoin suspect the gold may
ave been flldden by Cuban revo revolutionaries
lutionaries revolutionaries who brought it into' the
United States to buy guns'.
TThat gold has been there a
long time," he said. I know mat
particular area nad not been dis disturbed
turbed disturbed in so years.:! have talked
to father persons wbo; were pretty
old and they told me;,theyv don't
thih that ar: has .been dis disturbed
turbed disturbed for around 100 years,?
; 4ones said, ht thinke the Jgold
was::i either burled in a box. or
cowhide.1 tV.' .'.., ?,
"t found some peculiar" looking
objects; that, could have been de decayed
cayed decayed wood or cowhide," he said.
"But whatever It was, it was all
rotted away when J found it."

country 1$ $afe Abraham Lincoln.

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BANK VISITOR Surrounded by Secfeet Service men, body bodyguards,
guards, bodyguards, and-local-policemen, Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas
Mikoyan waves his hat as he leaves a bank in the heart of
New York's financial district. Mikoyan had lunch with bank
officials as he, invaded the "domain of the capitalists."

Bids Sought For Two New Additions
To Paraiso, Rainbow High Schools

'Bids for the construction of
ttwo new school additions wnlcn
wili'j3ecorne,.patt.oi.:the' teguiw-l
City, and Paraiso, are .now batng,
solicited by the Panama Canal
Company. Bids will be opened at
Balboa. Heights, Feb, 6.
The new additions will be
built during the coming vaca vacation
tion vacation 'months and probably will
be ready for occupancy when
classes are resumed again in the
Latin American schools in May.
At Rainbow City, the project
provides 'for the construction
of an air-conditioned structure
Belgium's Ex-King
Makes Brief Visit;
Misses Reception
TSv-Wriff Leonold of Belgium
paid a1 lightning visit 10 wie
tafHmiM' eaxlv todav and
missed a7 champagne recepuoii
ftroranized for him at the EI
Panama Hilton Hotel.
T.pnnrtM arrived at Tocumen
from Miami in the small hours
of the morning with about four
companions. Arrangements had
been made for him to spend
the night in the presidential
suite at the Panama Hilton.
The former king, decided,
however, to leave on ,another
plane for Costa Rica at 8 a.m.
Commented the managfemenH
of the El Panama Hiltqn; "We
were very disappointed that
the king did not have time to
visit the hotel. We had the
presidential suite au reaay, ana
ehampagne and a delicious cold
buffet sefup in the suite. He
was probably tired after his
journey."
It was thought likely that
the' ex-king might spend a lit little
tle little time of the Isthmus, since
he announced his intention of
studying flora and fauna in
Latin America. Several years
ago, he spent several weeKs
here in the Jungle.
He is traveling from New
York, wher$ he 'left his wife,
Princess Liliane de Aethy.
Brandons Desire
For Realism
Brings Face Gash
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Marlon
Brando wanted more "realism" in
a movie fight yesterday and end ended
ed ended up with a deep gash over his
right eye, ,
Brandondirecting and starring
in "One Eyed Jacks," told char character
acter character actor Slim f Pickens to
make a fight scene involving a
jail break to look like the real
thine.
Pickets, portraying a deputy
sheriff, flailed away with a rifle
and accidentally caught escaping
bandit Braado over. the. eye with
the butt of the rifle. Brando had
the wound stitched up, received a
tetanus shot and then returned to
the set

"

which will
house two music
rooms. The.. rooms will bese-

parate4y4Rwa partitarJ

so that the two'' roomi fscai' be
opened into one. The new music
area will be constructed withmit
IWO' room's CSCfl 1 be
windows, with natural light: be being
ing being provided through six plastic
sky .domes in the roof. It will be
completely soundproofed. :-
The new addition at Paraiso
will be used as a study hail with
space available for approxima
tely 80 students. Both the mu
sic structure at Rainbow City
and the study hall at Paraiso
will be connected to the main
high school buildings by means
of covered passageways, illumi illumination
nation illumination will be provided by fluo fluorescent
rescent fluorescent lamps.
Ex-Convict (aught
By CZ Policemen
liter Three Hours
An ex-convict was caught early
today in the Gavilan Area after
a three-h'our search by a party
of Canal Zone Policeman.
The man was Luis Mosquera,
38, Panamanian. He is being held
on four felony charges.
In the early hours of the' mor
ning Balboa Police received a call
from an unknown person in the
Gavilan area that a prowler was
attempting to burglarize some of
the hoses,
Three patrol cars and about se
ven policemen on foot surrounded
the district. Several times they;
spotted Mosquera, but each time
be ran and hid in tall grass.
, cinauy, ai a.m., auer ine
search had lasted three hours, he
was caught hiding in the grass on
Reservoir Hill between the Limits
and the Gavilan area.
He was taken to Balboa Police
station and later charged with re
turning to the Canal Zone after
deportation, attempted burglary
and petit larceny after a prior pe
nitentiary conviction.
He is also charged with the bur
glary of the home of Rex. E. Beck
in the Gavilan area. Beck is con.
stable of the, Balboa Magistrate's
court.
Mosquera will appear before
Judge John E. Deming at Magil
trate'g court on Monday morning.
Italian Truckers
Strike In Protest
Td 30 mph Code
ROME, Jan. 17 '(UPI) A
five-day nation-wide strike by
long-haul truckers today para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed the highway, freight sys system
tem system which transports about 60
per cent of Italy's merchandise.
The truckers pulled off the
road yesterday. The newspape?
Messagero estimate dthat 500, 500,-000
000 500,-000 trucks were tied up by the
strike.
The strikers Are protesting a
new highway code establishing
a 30mph speed limit for trucks,
requiring a 300-foot Interval be.
tween trucks on the road and
forbidding trailer trucks to pass

CANADIAN WHISKY

No New Proposals
ov

Made At

Ike, Mikoyan Meet
WASHINGTON. Jan. 17 (UPI) President Eisen

hower and Soviet deputy premier Anastas I. Mikoyan con ferred
on Cold War problems for an hour and 45 minuter,
today, but the White House said "no new proposals" wern
exchanged.

Mikoyan said he and the President agreed that then then-talk
talk then-talk "was useful a statement which White House press
secretary James Hagerty later confirmed.
Hagerty declined to answer when asked if a possi possible
ble possible summit meeting, or at least a conference of foreign
ministers, was discussed by the President and Mikoyan.
Asked if anything was said about a possible U. S.

visit by Khrushchev or a trip to Russia by Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon, Hagerty replied:
"It wasn't mentioned."

Hagerty i salt his .statement
that no new proposals were ex exchanged
changed exchanged at the meeting was in intended
tended intended to ;"aaswer"i stories spe speculating
culating speculating that some new moves
would be forthcoming 'during
the morning meeting.
Mikoyan, speaking through
SfY"LT2. "ew?men
. "e. ?nc?"ne-,
, myuanum
positions wev ate various, in
ternationai matter,"
Mikoyan said he eave the
President Soviet Premier, Nlkita
Khrushchev greetings, best
wishes for good health' and
success on the road to better
relations between our two coun countries."
tries." countries." The Soviet official said
Eisenhower "thanked me Most
cordially" and asked that sim similar
ilar similar greetings and hopes be
conveyed to Khrushchev.
Speaking before reporters and
newsreel and television cameras
in a White House conference
room, Mikoyan declared he was
noi prepared to answer a
'shower of questions."
He pointed out that he al
ready had. his coat on and was
not prepared to hold a news
conference today.
MiKoyan, who was accomoa-
nled by Soviet Ambasador Mi
khail A. Menshikov. said that
he and the President rfiri not.
bargain but tried to find out
where each other stood.
Mikoyan said, "at the end,"
the President, Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and
ourselves all came to the
conclusion that the exchange
of views was useful."
Mikoyan, the highest rankinsr
Soviet leader to visit the White
House since World War II, r r-rived
rived r-rived at 8:57 am for his meet-
nig with the President.
Accompanied bv Menshikov
and an interpreter, Mikoyan
was greeted at the White House
office entrance by Brig. Gen.
Andrew J. Goodpaster, White
nouse staff secretary,
miKoyan was taken Imme Immediately
diately Immediately to the President's of office,
fice, office, where Eisenhower had
been conferring for half an
hour with Dulles, assistant
secretary Livingston Merchant
and U.S. ambasador to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, Llewellyn E. Thompson,
, Jr. The three American of officials
ficials officials remained with Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower for the Mikoyan con conference.
ference. conference. It was Mikoyan's final and
top opportunity of his current
visit to disclose, any new ideas
Russia may have for solving the
Berlin crisis and tackling the
problems of German unity,
European security ana dtsarma
ment.
'-MiKoyans interpreter was
Qleg Troyanovsky, son of the
Soviet Union's first ambassador
to the United States after rec
ognition in 1933.
Eisenhower and ;. Mikoyan
began their session amid re reports
ports reports from American officials
that more than six hours of
talking yesterday .between
Dulles and Mikoyan failed to
disclose any change In either
position.
Meanwhile Mikoyan to d the
senate Foreign Relations Com
mlttee yesterday that West
German Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer was the chief stum
bling block to. settling the Ber
tin crisis. '.,.....
Mikoyan outlined several pro proposals
posals proposals for ending four-power
occupation of Berlin at a sir
loin sSteak luncla with members

fiygCEWTt';;-'

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Useful'
of the influential committee..
He said none of them
would result in either East or
West dominating the German,
city. They could be worked
out, he said, If the United
States and Adenauer would
relent and reach come kind
of agreement.
Sen, WilUam rulbrlgbt

4IW.",- -OBV011U.-IOUH4UM j-4l
cratfWthe Foreign. TtelationfTr

Committee, quoted Mikoyan as
saying Russia, was willing ta
negotiate on these proposals
for Berlin-;
-iTee election in West Ber
lin with U.S., British, an J
French troops withdrawing an
leaving the city independent
Russia has announced ltsln-
tention to remove Soviet troot l
from East Berlin. y
west Benin election! tftder
the supervision of the Unite i
Nations with that organization
guaranteeing the indeoendenca
of the .city., ,' "-,
-A permanent internatlohrJ
commission that would guat
antee the city's freedom Iron
domination by either East cr -West.
Mikoyan took the position
there was no need for super supervised
vised supervised elections in East Berlin
since elections already were
held there and East Berlin
would remain a part of East- -Germany.
-' .' 1 ' .
He predicted that in sn
free election in West Berlin th
Social Democrats not-Adei
nauer forces would wlri!- "-
FUlbrlght said he felt. Mikrtv-
an "Went prettv far to suesreti
something that might be dona
mj cause some agreement o.
Berlin" but "made no threats
if we don't do it."
Fulbrlghs said, Mikovan 'was,
so concerned over the probleia
that he pnee talked 20 minutes
through and lnteroreter:..
pli the Russian position with
out interruption. The lunc 1
lasted about an hour and 35
minutes.
Throughout, Fuibright aafd,
Mikoyan stressed that the
main difficulty was, you'
don't trust us and we dont
trust you." -,
Fulbrieht said Miknvs.n.frra
stressing,, "why don't we maka
Just a little agreement and tetl
Senate ReDubllcan LpnrtF
Everett M. Dirksen iIH k aM
Miyokan hedged on whether hi
would agree to supervised fre's
elections for both East an i
West Germany. C" . .'
"He said they had tried that
in 1948, but of course nothinj
hn J imIImJ t 4TN.... ?
u m uermany ai tnafi f
time? and there was no East
German Republic," Dirksen tol i
newsmen. "Beyond that--ha
wouldn't go." -. r '.;
Fire Sweeps Hotel :
In Detroit; Two
Reoorted Killed ft
DETROIT, Jan. 18 UPI)
Ftre swept through the -Hotel
Tuller in downtown Detroit- to
day and. first report said twi -persons
.were dead.
Paliee said' the fire' was re-
ported "on every floor" of tin
12-etorJf hotel, located on Pat :
and Adams. 1 ; ..'.
Firemen threw up ladders out
side ttve hotel and were carry carrying
ing carrying .occupants to safety over v
themj w-
One 89-year-old woman w.I
taken to Receiving Hospital suf suffering
fering suffering from smoke inhalation.

eaca ouier.
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GULICK DISPENSARY HOURS

-c-We Gringos can scarcely knock the government of Panama
for providing insufficient health care for it citizens i while we
condone the conditions existing at the Ft Gulick dispensary
I could stand the condtions for myself, but when my chil children
dren children are ill I want a doctor, and a good one. My husband and
Si get by U we simply have a cold, or indigestion or some
L but our children a not old enough Jd; he own
Juiiesses, so wemust depend on our army doctors to do this for
More than once I have taken one of 'my children to a doc doctor
tor doctor at Oulick and to have him tell me one thing was wrong,
only to take the child back a second time to a different doctor
Tvho told me something completely different, and a third time
to a third doctor to be told a third thing.
I am sure that most mothers agree with me that the 'ade 'adequate
quate 'adequate military care" the US Government guarantees its service servicemen
men servicemen and their dependents means, in the case of a serviceman s
child the care of a pediatrician. Yet at Gulick we are fortunate
to see the same doctor twice, even on request.
I suppose a person could take these things in his stride In
the knowledge that if things get worse than we care to .olerate
we can always ask to be referred to a Canal Zone doctor.
we wi om with the. new dlsDensary hours at

tfnHck. No one can see a doctor outside these hours unless it

Ja-aflire emergency, meaning a iac ui mc
leas than that rates a medic.
The new hours are as follows:
ttrtiDependents from 8 am to 11 am Monday, Tuesday Thurs Thurs-idipnd
idipnd Thurs-idipnd Friday Wednesday dependents are seen from 8 am to
10 am only.
There are no afternoon hours at all.
m. ... tr nn hnnr after the deoendents.

"'Tne nost of ii. Oulick nas three doctors, wnat is this staff

ohi2 in the afternoon, wnen unc ui mjr j -j
5u with a lever 1 uniuckiiy aid not discover tin lu:o am, too
Sate to get to tne dispensaiy by XI am Why do I nave to wan
iiearly 4 hours to take him to tne dispensaiy at 8 am tne loi-
!toS the reason for these abbreviated dispensary hours
, k. u .imniv nnt. enouBn ousiness to keep the mree doc

tors busy a iew nours both m the morning and tne aiternoon,
why not cut the staff ratner man cutting medical service sj
ihree hours a day except on Wednesday, wuen it s oown to two
lny perseri, but especially cWldrenj 4ah : oltefa be up and
iirouna for a lew hours before an illness becomes eyideat. It
tna oiflciais concerned would condescend to open the uuuck dis-

pens&ry lor an hour in me aiternuon, n, wuiu uo
sbm Ant 4 M iiV r-ACPS

' I suggest that in taking decisions concerning the dispensary

fcours, tne sick bt consiaerca um, aim ox ..ar
wry second. Disgusted Mother

FR LEAGUE UMHRHJO ; ; :

.1,
Ilr:

T I have Played and watched baseball for the last 45 years
In many parts of this old world. I have seen sand lot, semi pro,
StSKague and all of the classifications of organized asebaU.
Sever in all my years have I seen umpiring as consistently bad
M has beenthis year in the Panama Professional League
T nJlZ ill not. hm,o-ht. off because their calls go against all

ams and may change from one to. the other during the course

r EvSye"gaml has from one to six Wf 'thtibaTbs; HU of which
r HPl-SS!"!;-!,.. ht.ween: Marlboro and Carta Vie-

la the plate umpiring was especially pum. r
d out of the dirt by the catcher were called strikes. Others
that split the plate were called balls. o,v
F in a rceht game between Marlboro and Cjryeza Balboa, a
fall hit over the right field fence, was called fair by one um umpire
pire umpire and foul by the other. Both were standing on tne line and
t:..m u.... hl in th fl e-ht of the bail.

nvuia nave uccu vv Tava
" Shortly after that, there was a man on second and a Texas
teaguef was hit down left field line- The ball hit in the exact
center of the line and every one could see the lime fly into the
air. vet the umpire called it "foul."
Tr IlLl ,..!,. n thP Rncaii i Kinits were playing and

W a manHan first base. A ball wh Vtpe nUcher

threw to second to eaten me rumr "J "niS
had had aood jump on the pitch and L had reached second and
.j j hAms nipt when the ball reached tne

hortstop covering second. The umpire called this man ou,. The

Irian protested and was inrown out oi wic h
r The base,bU played this year is very, good and pt a.vhiSin,
1, -Tr 1. nt nassificatbn lower 'than

that listed in any books. If the club owners are. wl ling .6 spend
their money to get good player down here, let the league "the
same thing to get good umpires. To lose a game to f
team is expected, but to lose one to three blind men In blue is
n0,Itf would do no good to send these men to school unless It
iol m bUnd' OUaUsted rgj
I WODDTA SAT? 'x ;w
ilr:
I As a Panamanian who is proud of his national anthem and
believes It to be the finest in the world, musically spiking. I
4m pleased with "Foreigner" (Mail Box. Pan, .14) and his con

cern over our national antnem. i.V r.
1 I don't know exactly what the Colon radio stat oft he

es are

fn Pan

ngllsh names

i a i. nMtvi thA anthem Whatever it is it must De

pretty bad and I am sure the authorities concerned have start-

-I All this brlnEs to mind the way some Spanish OR

i JLnrAmrmA h &nmp F.nif Hsh-sDeakln .finnouncers; bot

7ms unrt the 'Canal Zone. By the sameUpken

are massacred by Spanish-language announcers.
It Is my understanding that one of the requirement for
slnv halfway good announcer Is to be able to pronounc" foreign
names and places with a certain degree Of accuracy, Vila re requirement
quirement requirement does -not seem to be enforced here neither at cfn
nor at most of Panama's radio stations.
T nn,t. t.iii.r ti ennroxtmate correct Soinlsh pronunciation

JMa t m t he. confined to local sources. Some time ago I

keen hearing a popular record by Doris Day on which she sang
Sbout a "muleta." It didn't make much sense, since a mu eta
' ja something that bullfighters use. It was not until some time
afterwards that I found out that she was referring to Mula-
' to" She had pronounced the first "a" like the Spanish e,

tpronounced "en ) ana naa come up wim w uuijiumii.u

By VICTOR RIESEL
Those wbo are not being beastly
to Comrade AnasUs Mikoyan,

second in command of the Soviet
Union, should know that our intel intelligence
ligence intelligence agenc.es have the visiting
tovarisch listed as a former chief

of economic espionage s.t Valu Valuing
ing Valuing in the U.S.

Bluntly and brutally, the visitor

now being feted in our best places

was under assignment from Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Stalin to steal our basic re research
search research and newest industrial se secrets
crets secrets in the war's final years.
Working under Mikoyan were spy

rings about which the public ne

ver learned. But from these rings,
Mikoyan funneled some of the in industrial
dustrial industrial developments which -have

enabled the Russians to Deal us in

to outer space. Mikoyan was not
just another member of the Soviet
Union's Politburo making genera
policy. 7

The now senial visitor wrote the

espionage orders himself. He hand
ed them to secret agents for trans transmittal
mittal transmittal to America in Soviet diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic pouches.

These were, in turn, handed to

Comintern representatives as well
as hundreds of lesser Soviet offi officials
cials officials in the U. S. Some of the or
ders were pased on to pro So Soviet
viet Soviet labor leaders, long since ex exposed.
posed. exposed. These men, Americans

and Russians, were working nany

right in the innards of our most
guarded industries. That was in
the days when Comfade Mikoyan
officially was the Soviet Union's
Foreign Trade Minister.

To set some of this pedigree

on the man now here for a "soft
sell" of the Soviets to the Ameri

can neoDle. vou need not have ac

cess to any cloak and dagger bu bureau
reau bureau dossier. You need only find
one man, still active in Washing Washington
ton Washington and New York. He is one of

Mikoyan's former aides, Victor

Kravchenko by name.

Back in the war years, Kravcnen

ko was economic attache of the

U.S.S.R. Purchasing Commission
in Washington. But he chose free

dom. He broke with the Soviets.

Later, in April 1947. he swore un

der oath publicly to what he had

secretly told our counter-intelligence
agencies during the interven intervening
ing intervening years. Kravchenko told the
Committee:

"One more fact, Mikoyan, this

Foreign Trade Minister, sent an
order, a very secret order.

"All the responsible, prominent
members, the Soviet representa representatives
tives representatives in the U.S., (telling them)
how to carry on economic espion espionage
age espionage and on what special problems
to the U.S.," Kravchenko said,

ilescrtbhnf" the" Mikeyan"' order.

"This docintentwas'"ieiivBredto

snecial secret agents in Washing

ton and, it goes without saying,

was delivered, thanns to axioms axioms-tic
tic axioms-tic immunity. In the same way se secret
cret secret Party orders were delivered
to Washington from the Central
Committee of the Party. .

I must state in general tnat no

person holding an important posi

tion in connection witn me econo economic,
mic, economic, political and military orca orca-niration
niration orca-niration nrl arriving in the U.S.

from the Soviet Union arrives witn
out a special assignment as to the
collection of secret information.
All this is known in detail to the

tnn AFL-CIO leaders at tnei

Washineton headauarters. They

were, therefore, surprised, cna

grined and some of them bitter
and sneered when they learned

late last Monday evening that
James Carey, a member of the
AFL-CIO's eight-man executive
committee, had invited Mikoyan
to a special creamed chicken

lunch at his union neaaquaners
Some of- the labor leaders as

sumed no undue subtelty in telling

this tn Carev when he personally

telephoned Monday evening and
Tuesday morning to ask them to

sit with tne soviet oniciai.
Amoiur those who turned Carey

down were AFL-CIO president

r,eorse Meanv and the Machinists

leader Al Hayes. They said they
would not sit with a representative
nf the nation under whose guns

hundreds of working people die
each day. There were those who
resented this hospitality to Miko Miko-van
van Miko-van because he arrived in the

midst of violent anti-semitie and

anti-Catholic propaganda cam

oaiens inside the Soviet Union.

Mr. Carey. 'President ot tne in

ternational Union, of 'Electrical

Workers, also attempted to inter

est Lewellvn Thompson, v. a. Am

bassador to Moscow, who now is
in Washington, Mr. Thompson

said, in effect, s an youns

Jim. I wouldn't touch him ;

Just what I'dOea. It take on tne

Soviets' part, for some of our peo

nle to treat them as we treated

the Nazis of which they are

but a different hue?

Sharecropping The Race
By BOB RUARK

ProBI

em

' ' t "! 4 4"-
JVASHINGTON A strange in-,
come tax ease indirectly involving
the brother f Gen. Wiltoa Per Persons,
sons, Persons, who1 has replaced Sherma
Adams in the White House,, has
been killed by the Justice Depart Department.
ment. Department. It may have iar-flung pou.
tical reverberations.
.The case .involves payoffs by
northern liquor, companies lo iwo
Thrower and :u Emory Solomon,
close political. ironitst'o Gordon
Persons, former" Gov.' of Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. It also involves seven front
men used to conceal .the payments.
Ex-Governor t Persons admitted

to this column" that: he rece7ed

rneney frem Thrower anahoio anahoio-mon.
mon. anahoio-mon. though he.xlaimed they were

political contributions and that M

did not know -.vwner me noney
came from 'ori!iaally."Jie denied

emphatically that he had asked his
brother in the White House to in

tervene in ;thtf tax casr though. beJ

said his -nrotner" must nave
known about the csse v
Most significant fact in the scan scandal
dal scandal is that the Treasury Depart Department
ment Department officially recommended cri criminal
minal criminal prosecution.

However, someone near the top

intervened, Tne prosecution wnicn

would have been highly emdarras

sign to the brother of White House

aide Persons, was stopped.

In the Truman administration,

j Congress instituted an investiga

tion oi cases in wnicn me .trea .treasury
sury .treasury had recommended prosecu

tion but which -the justice Depart

ment failed to prosecute. When I

case has been': terminated, by the

Treasury and sent, to Justice tor
prosecution, it )s considered airtight.-Rarely
does the Justice De Department
partment Department refustfS,tarryf,aut a
Treasury recommendation.. (

TRUMAN'S MEN PROSECUTES

I know that office-party blend,
during the holiday season, is what
we used to call a weather-breeder,
but even Old Vindictive in a paper paper-cup
cup paper-cup could not be held entirely res responsible
ponsible responsible for Senator Richard Rus
sell's latest suggestion. Russell is
the senior toga-flounder from a
fainy foreign country, sometimes
called the State of Georgia.
As I read it, Our Dick is going
to introduce a bill summat like
another he had in mind, back in
1949, to share-crop th. race prob problem
lem problem amone the states. This would

entail Congressional approval of

reloca'lng N egroes into other

states outside Georgia, so as to
ease racial tension. In order to

make up th gap that the eolored

folk leave in their native states,
Richard would free a lot of white

.folks t emigrate to. th, jtatMJf

xsegroes nav ieii. ...

At least that's how I read ft.

Senator Russell was quoted as say

ing: "By giving eacn state an
eaual share of the race problem.

we would have a workable means

of easing racial tensions and of

achieving a permment and peace-

1UI Buiuuuu tyj iiic jiuKi'-iii.

RIGHT OR WRONG?

Sir:

ROBESON iN INDU'

NEW DELHI, India (UPI) -American
Neiro- sinaer Paul Ro-

hesorf will, arrive in Hew Delhi

from Mpsopw tomorrow to "meex

greet and sing" to tne inoian peo

ole. it was announced by a lettii

ernun nreanizine a reception. The

trrnnn said Roheaon would also dine

with Prima, Minister jawsnarm

Nehru.

iiir a vnow how it is. that the Panama Canal Com-

.A,, I a hm jniiBci. uxn Tram x-Biiuiiiiiian sinuiuxiw ww

fof in the Canal Zone, for the Panamanian Government, but
Vh?.,,H tk. Mriiitrate!a Court In Balboa and Cristobal Pana

manian lawyer are able to collect debts owed by employes in
the Canal Zone,- who reside In the Republic of Panama. These
debts are wed, to merchants in PanamaA fVithe buaineae
incemed iak transacted in Panama.: t'. v U fc
T la.thU possible JAuZlSLA

I I KnOW'W one mpioye irora wiiusc vy wio rjriy
deducted the m of 23 and forwarded 4t to the lawyer, I was
tbld that there are many Americans employed in key positions
lh the Canal Zone who have shares In at least one financing
' concern In Panama. Is this the reason why the canal Zone Is
willingly eooperatig with these flrms7
T Jnst Wondering How

sistance to Negroes wishing to re relocate
locate relocate in other states with a small smaller
er smaller Negro population.
Conversely, the baill would also
aid whites I almost said waits
trash, oops, sorry, but that would
offend too many voters in Georgia
and Arkansas who wish, to come
down from the Nawth and West
and set up shop in Kaintucky or
Alabam' or Mississip'.
The Senator said a highly cogent
thing, I thought. Such a program,
he said, would not exceed the a a-mount
mount a-mount the nation now spends each
year in foreign aid, a matter of
some four, billion dollars.
I reckon if we can give It to
the Frogs and Lyireys and Latin
Americans we better have some
for the grits-ahd-gravy belt, or
els everybody's pose'll Wjput of
joinf irmt "ihe--iandsoor 1 r&iiTl
wither. Along with education.
Mr. Sinclair Lewis, known as
Red by his intimates, wrote in a
book, called "It Can't Happen
Here," some frightening things
that did, according to Mr. Lewis
happen here. At th time, well be before
fore before World War II, I thought that

Mr. Lewis ws bitten hv the then-

The bill would offer Federal as-' popular trend to popularise c6m-

lf you give seme people the
shirt off your bock, they'll criti criticize
cize criticize you for your poor toite,

"HER PERSONAL
INTEGRITY WAS
COMPLETELY

VIOUT

"From the

mo me nt
she was
arrested,
Barbara
Graham

had no

privacy... not even as much as
an animal has in a cage. She
never had a moment to think
of herself as a human being.
Justice was not violated in this
a,
case .justice was abandoned!" -t
' HU Matthews if
Barbara Grahom'tApprt to thtSuprtm Court yi

See Susan Hay ward as
Barbara Graham whose mur-
: K ' "full, '.i .'!''' i ;H "" ' 'f.-'IS"
der trial shocked the world!
"I Want To Live!"

i

M m

plain old Fascism, such as it com commonly
monly commonly practiced today in places
like Arkansas. Virginia, and other

friends as well.

I apologize the retroactively for
sneering at the then-living Mr.
Lewis' effort, because in the last
couple of weeks I have just seen
suggested the possibility that Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hoffa of the Teamsters intends
to unionize the nation's cops, start starting
ing starting with" New York's finest, .and
now Dick Russell's idea of relocat relocating
ing relocating masses of populace to other
sections of the coun'ry willing willingly,'
ly,' willingly,' of course, and at a maximum
expense of four billion skins. I have
njw heard everything.
I wouldn't able to say& if

senator jtussen evernreati anyniS'

sea,

-r i.

t
fete,-

Mr. Sherman Z cantei to the

but we have had several .harsh

words and oten deeds to do with
people like a Mr. Hi'ler. a Mr.

Stalin, and Currently t Mr. Khrush-

cnev and a Mr. Mao Tse-tung
who insisted on relocating people
from rhere they live to other real
estate where they hive not UVed
before.
When you start moving people
sround you must process them.
"Process" is the word, whether
you do it in a brown shirt, a Ku
Klux Han. bedsheet. or A'jnt Son Son-ya's
ya's Son-ya's spare babushka.
This processing is generally ac accompanied
companied accompanied by personal enmity
and greed, bsrnburning, nightrid nightrid-ing,
ing, nightrid-ing, and large signs saying, "Nig.
ger, go away." The dirtv word is
concentration camp, whether it is
Communist. Fascist or Georgia Georgia-sponsored
sponsored Georgia-sponsored Russelliana. You got to
put them, somewhere before, you
move them, and when you move
them the .people you mov them
amongst sometimes don't want

them, either ;
A lot of people don't want to
oisclocate to Sjberia, Denver, or
Sfechuan. The fat bov that just
stepped down, in Communist Chins
seems to have made a great mis mistake
take mistake about moving people when he
disrupted families and ; created
communes. Some -seopU are jurt
plain ornery. They don' want t
move, even if. the, don't like it

wnere they're at. : v
I don't like to hear the kind of
talk Mr. Senetor Russell is nuk nuking.
ing. nuking. I don't like to think that Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Lew's wis right sbout It hap happening
pening happening here.
I don't like to think of Jimmy
Hoffa g national chief of police.
T don't like kids- not goIn to
school and people chucking
bombs Jlntp churches.
I" I0t : me"S1itfle-nW' of firand.

pa 's land in .Worth Carolina., with
n bous. on it. Even though I Wt

1iv on it rlht now, I ain't spin'

io move io Georgia or Uttlp Rock
to increase the w!te nooulation.
If KtntliM. Kiiak11Mi. .....

"Trains ll limvr
somenftrl, he conW srt with Hert

maiiviximauge: wnicn mient im-

orovMV nrd in, Ceoria

mab;eerjyyfHflg ,his own Se Se-"itorial
"itorial Se-"itorial address.. ;

wnen L,amar.ianaie,sin cuarge ulIw fr.j u

a guilty plea .from Irving Sachs
of ft. Louis instead of prosecuting

mm, ne and Matt Connelly, Tru Truman's
man's Truman's appointments secretary,

were prosecuted by the Eisenhow
er administration. :.

Connelly received two suits and
an overcoat from Sachs' attorney;

Government attorneys admitted in

court that Caudle received nothing

The two are still being prosecuted.

But the political associates of

ex-Gov. Gordon Persons had their

case killed somewhere at the
top. Internal Revenue submitted

the case to the Justice Department
on Dec. 15, 1957. For several weeks
backstage conferences ensued in
Washington. Then on March 10,
1958, Joseph M. Howard, chief of
the Justice Department's tax divi division's
sion's division's criminal section, wrote a

two-page letter- internal RtH

paid over to Thrower and Solomon.
Some checks were ; mailed -direst

io r,u. Box 236 in Dothan, the ex

mayor s post. Office box.
. Other- money av deposited in
the Headland National Bank nartlv

owned by Solomoa'e brother, P.
a t..nih".'cAi.

What added- to th mnnirarv

which taxegents -uncovered was
the fact 'that the money was de de-posned
posned de-posned bysThrower in- the names

of the front .men, who never knew

tney na-tne onk accounts. Since
the money wat both deposited and
withdrawn their knowledge,- pre presumably
sumably presumably their-signatures had to

oe iorgea. v
t" .,..!;-. ,. r,.'f.t'. i.u., i
rib Solomon admitted V io
set-up the bank 'accounts fop Thlow
er, but elaimed-rt was-'aoomaon
procedure in Country, banki
' y 'Seventy 4i ve percen of .our :e.
posits'- arbjjhef people,.1' he
claimed.' ''So ma-nv; oeonle den t

write- their names. Hany depnd

uii uuicis iu uo uieir Dusiness cor
them," r
This is iust part of the amar n

story of how certain big ligjor

companies runneied an esumifed
quarter, of million dollars d(wn
to Alabama s payoffs forha.ng
their brands sold in Alabama, wd
how the recipients,, after failing
to pay Income taxes, on the money,
got their tax case fixed in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. .
The remainder of the- ifW With

,a roll call of, .those ;inveved, land

uie exmanauon Of ex Vrovernor

rersons, wai toilow;ln sn early

column.

SENAJI IQUllS'
rdhio's silvery-nariepf John Brick
ef was, the first lame duck Sena Senator
tor Senator to vacate-'his office. He cheer-

the Danio-
Sin Rtfvm

Youhg.". vna1Jihfs newly elected
Sen. Vance Hartke had tn wail a

long time,- for office spate. Retir-
ln "TJ IV Tl.ijT-.ari, j

tbe day -before -the -deadline. .
Nevada's geniai"Molly" Mslonc
was the last lame duck,. Senator
to pack, his cowboy boots' and .give
up his Senate office. Despite ap appeals
peals appeals to move out and make way
for the, new arrivals,, Malone re re-fused
fused re-fused lo budge fronV his offir-e
until the last, legal minute, H
msde no effort to help histaff
find new jobs, .In contrsst,out-

poing senators Arthur Wstkins of
Utah and Frank Barrett of Wynm Wynm-ing
ing Wynm-ing spent hours on the phone seek seek-ing
ing seek-ing new, employment lorheir staff
njenjbers,' Ui.Ti r

case',

The;, regional office of Internal
Revenue in Atlanta promptly pro protested.
tested. protested. It had investigated the case in inside
side inside .and out, and demanded pro prosecution.
secution. prosecution. This- made no difference. "No
prosecution" was, the final word
or the Justice Department.
However, this column had done
its own investigating and herewith
presents the facts so tha puolic
can decide for itself.
After Persons became Governor
in 1950, he appointed Jimmy
Thrower, ex-mayor of Dothan, to
the ABC liquor board which rules
on what liquor shall be sold in the

rt Af Alabama. .anKjtt

Thrower worked with Emoiyblp

lomon, wno was one ot Persons;
leaders in the Alabama Legishv Legishv-ture.
ture. Legishv-ture. And since the ABC liquor

board can: ban, arbitrarily vf

3

I ii. u uiii ;ms 'II

r Wnffe the tamers of the liA

Constitution provided a means
to .change the document, they

brand of liquor from the tate,'thrlitnr;

Ma lln,, rfLffMlfA. nnl-F -vv 1""'"C"

M 11

flooded them with free liauor. but

in this esse paid politic! tribute

through front men.

SECRET 1ANK ACCOUNTS
Jimmv Thrower, working wAh

Gov. Persons p o 1 1 1 tcaijfepch tcaijfepch-man,
man, tcaijfepch-man, proceeded to-i$ up,ga net network
work network of friends ,an$.Jeltvefr7s
"comoanv represehtstivesi','.or

the moit'part t&ekv sajariet, werf :

'i : y 77V '."

ill Hi J. VilVJ

amendments Intrpdueid in
Con'gress, only 22 nave., been

adopted. The first 10 were rat
ified as whole In mi; To
make a change, a two-thirds
favorable vote tn both houses
of Congress must.be followed
by ratification of threeTfourths -of
the total riunjpdt;sttea.

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Answer to Previous Puzzle

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lATURDATANTAR 17, 19M
fVt l.fANAMA. AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT .DAIV NEWGATE
Congressman Alford
Gets Bottom Post
On House Committee
WASHINGTON UPl) House
Democratic leaders gave Rep.
Dale Alford (D-Ark.) the bottom
position yesterday on the relati
; y V-'- J t -1,1
vely minor Post Office and Civil
Service. Committee.
Alford, a Little Rock, Ark. seg segregationist
regationist segregationist who beat veteran Rep.
Brooks Hays in still-disputed
Vpaste in" campaign last fall.
we assigned to only one commit
tee.
Post 'office and civil .service is
normally regarded as one of the
House's less important committees.

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JUNGIE WARFARE-TRAINING CENTER INSTRUCTION Jfembers of A CompwylstvBattlt Croup,
asUUticxMOB tie Isthmtfs'now ire undergoing twin- .ing t-tjie June Warfare Trauma C$ntet-..,FArt Sherm
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20th Infantry, anft -volunteers from Marine nad Naval
an. Here part of the iffoup receives instruction in equip-
(U.S. Army Phote(

Founding Of University Of Americas

Legislation Introduced In House

WASHINGTON -Legislation pro pro-iding
iding pro-iding for a study of the possibility
and desirability of establishing a

University of the Americas has

been introduced m the U.S. House
of Representatives.
Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La.) sub
mitted a resolution authorizing

$50,000 for the study to be made
by an eight-member commission.
A tiimtlar measure was introduc

ed at the beginning of the last
Congress.
The Boggs' resolution, referred
to the House Foreign Affairs Cum
mittee for House consideration,
directs the commission to "make
a full and complete investigation
and study, including consultations

(CHOl ARSHIPtl&istet karia Antonleta, Dora Jiminez and Nortt Contreras pose with meni meni-'fSra!ZAl
'fSra!ZAl meni-'fSra!ZAl -tm0.imf rnii.irB fnllowind rjresentatlon of one year

ArtuM Pauly.CleveJand Warner, Vlncel steel, John M. Thomas, and Thomas L, Edghili.

Alfamira Starts
Oil '59 Activities
With 2 Scholarships
Club Altami?a last Sunday
started its activities for 1959 with
the installation of officers1 and 'the
presentation of two t scholarships
for one year each' to.; students at
the St. Vincent College Colon.
Aureho uopez W of the Social
Security branch inducted the new
directorate widen" tomprised of
Mrs. Una Gnore;-'pT,rfd nt
Gea ge G. Thomas, vice-president
business manager, Victor Care w,
secretary, Edmund 'Joseph, .' asst.
secretary, Clniente Jane's; treis'
urer; Cleveland Warner,, asst. bu business
siness business managed ahd ,V I n c e f t
Smikle and Artufo Padl 'trustees:

Receiving Altamir'g first who
scholarship awards for 1959 were
Dora Jimenezr 12, and Noro Con-

trei"'as. 13.

St. Vincent's Collece, has been

operating at its present site for
the past six yetua and Is now di;
reeled by sister "'Marl' ntonieia,
who .on behalf of the 'school thank thanked
ed thanked the club for- its assistance.
A meeting of the group ha been
scheduled for tnmintirnw in rwXar

I nftVIWft fJP N.w nrolorieed-exDOSure camera, developed, to discuss the variou Drnlprt. fnr

hf the Nayy at; China Lake, Calif., can detect and record (1959.

satellites in ssaee. Electrically powered camera uses mm on The meetmif win be held at the

inches wide and 86 feeti long. Film travel speed is synchronized regular place of business and all

with th satellites Its name? ."Synchronized smear camera lor i members are 'Urged to- attend at
satellite aUryeillance. and detection." 'llmo'clock.

,.t am iX I

Portrait Unveiled
Sy Unity Lodge

Before Installation

Walter, W. Ward, senior past Il Illustrative
lustrative Illustrative Grand of the Unity
Lodge No. 3, IUOM, Fs., was
honored with the unveiling of his
portrait in recognition of 53 years
of service to his lodge at Court
Brock Hall Tuesday night.

f .M.

The ceremony was conducted by

Gersham Williams, senior past

district grand master of the Isthm

: r- : x n j t j xt j

of Colon, assisted by Arturo B Ttul? a

with officials of the (Jrganiza

tion of American States, for the
purpose of determining the pos possibility
sibility possibility and desirability of estab establishing
lishing establishing a University of the Amer

icas, to be a center of higner edu education
cation education for the people of all na nations
tions nations of the Western Hemisphere.
The legislation does not suggest
a location for the University.
It suggests that such an insti institution
tution institution of learning "be established
for several reasons. Among these
is the "increasing degree of cul

tural, economic and commercial

relations between the united
States and its sister republics of
Latin America."

Such a university also would

"in oart deepen understadlng of

those legal, social, commercial
and political problems common to

the nations of the Western Hemis
Dhere." and would "afford supe

rior opportunities for students and

professors from all parts of the
Americas to develop closer per

sonal relationships to expand the

The eight-member commission

would consist of four members of

the U.S. Congress two Senators

to be appointed by the President

of the Senate, and two House
members to be appointed by the

Sneaker of the House

The President .of the United
States would appoint the other

four members, who would be uni

versity presidents from each of

Its work is expected to attract
even less attention than usual this

session because it cleared ut
most of the important issues in
its field last' year.

Kepubllcans, meanwhile, as assigned
signed assigned their membership to House

committees without any major
surprises or dispute.

ine -Mouse eated Alford last

week without a major battle,' buth

aiso told its administration com

mittee to investigate charges to

"conniption and fraud" in his el election
ection election victory.
Some of the liberal northern
Democrats who argued against
seating Alford appeared to feel
that the situation had been proper properly
ly properly dealt with in making the com committee
mittee committee assignment.
Alford was placed at the bot bottom
tom bottom of the list of 16 Democrats
assigned to post office and civil
service.
The position given a congress congressman
man congressman on a committee list deter determines
mines determines his seniority and ultimate
chance of becoming chairman.
Hopes Gelling Slim
Missing Family

Is Still Alive

WELCOME TO THE COMMAND la extended to Col. Walter A.
Downing. Jr.. new comander of the redesignated Antlllas Corfl-

mand by MaJ. Oen. Charles L. Dasher, commanding general.

ndrtare TT.il Anpipm t.h1 welr vii

Clark, P.D.G.M.

Ward -was made an honorary
past district grand master for his
efforts .-, toward the promulgation
of the Mechanics Order in the re republic
public republic of Panama.
The ceremony was preceded by
the installation of of officers of
Unity Lodge by the Isthmian Dis District
trict District Grand Lodge; and the much
degree of past illustrtivegpinoJ
was conferred on Titus A.- Peake,
I.P.I.G.

The Officers of the 1959 admi administration
nistration administration are;, T. A4-Peake, I.G ;
A. Panther, D. If; J. MacCilla,
P.I.G. ;secy.; A. Halli asst: secy.;
M. Ottley, PIG, areas,; B. Partis,
Sr. D.; R. Walters, P.I.G. Jr D.;
S. MitcheU; PIG tyler; W. Wel Wellington,
lington, Wellington, P.I.G. in. gd.; and C. By By-field,
field, By-field, PIG, chaplain.

reas of the nation

Upon completion of its study,

the commission would submit t
reoort of its findings and recom

mendationsjto 1;he; President arid

uongress

J. Henry Bonny
Club, Auxiliary
TO W Party

The J. Henry Bonny Club and
its Woman's Auxiliary will hold a
"Night with RrieBd'' at House 330
Pe,dro $fijie rfeft 5 idayTnight
beginniiig dMoek
There will be music for dancing,
games of skill and refreshments
on sale.
Friends of bo'h groups are invited.

Dr. Carcja-Mora

Awarded Fulbright

Grant To Lecture

Dr. Manuel R. Garcia-Mora,

Panamanian professor of law, at
has Detroit University has receiv

ed a Fulbright grant from the
State Department to lecture at t
University of San Marcos in Li Lima,
ma, Lima, Peru.
He is the first person at U-D to
receive a Fulbright Award, a high highly
ly highly competitive honor Candidates
$re chosen by the Board of For Foreign
eign Foreign Scholarships, appofnted by
the President.
Lecturers and research scholars

are recommended for the board's

rid scuNTirri liavi,
CAPETOWN, South AffiVi
(UPD A group of 83 Sovieti4
Polish scientists and other special specialists
ists specialists leave for the antarctic aboard
the Russian ship Michail Kalinin
today after stopping hert for
stores and fuel.
1 nn'B

Councils, which reviews all 'can 'candidates'
didates' 'candidates' applications.
The University of San Maircot,
founded in 1551, is the oldest in
the Western Hemisphere.. Garcia Garcia-Mora
Mora Garcia-Mora also hopes to visit of her
South American countries.

TRAINS COLLIDI

BAD MUENDER, Germany
(UPI) Two passenger trains Col Collided
lided Collided head-on at the suburban sta station
tion station of Deister yesterday, injuring

21 persons. The erash overturned

consideration by Ue" Conference one locomotive and two nasSefri

Board of Associated Research coaches. '. -L

MiNERAL", Va: (UPI)-A dep

uty admitted today police had

all but given up hope that a four-

member family missing nearly

week might still be alive.

"They've been gone five full
nights and almost five days,"
Louisia County Deputy W. T.
Johnson said. "Hopes are getting
slim.
Johnson's grim statement and
matching reports of a phantom
stranger added urgency today to
the search.
State and local (police, aided by
the Federal Bureau of Investiga Investigation,
tion, Investigation, stepped up their efforts to
locate Vernon Carool Jackson,
29-year old feed store clerk, his
wife and two young daughters.
The only clues thus far have
been discovery of Jackson's emp empty
ty empty car and reports that a shaggy-

haired mystery man tried to stop

tWQitfehloleayia' thnsamt general

arera'' w 'atwin rme 'tnwe'Tne jsck jsck-sons
sons jsck-sons apparently disappeared.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert
of Rockville, Va., told authorities
Thursday that an old model car
driven by a man with long hair

forced their car to the side of a

road near here Sunday. They
said they escaped by backing up

ana speeding awayi ;
,Mr. and Mrs. kelth -Waldron.

who with their two children were
driving in the same area Sunday,
had reported earlier that a man

following the same general de

scnption had stopped them, the
Waldrops also were able to

escape.
Officers speculated that the
phantom stranger stoniDed the

Jacksons and kidnaped them aft

er tne liuoerts and Waldrops elu eluded
ded eluded him.
With Jackson were his wife,
Mildred, 27; and daughters Susan
Ann. 4, and Janet, 18 months.
Officers desc-ibed the family as
"good, steady people."

ROCKEFELLER ENTERS ARMY
NEW YORk (UPI) Steven
Rockefeller, 22, son of Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson A, Rockefeller, was sworn into
the Army Sunday and later left

for Fort Dix, N.J., for eight weeks
basic training.

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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Stat
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00 ?

We mak loans with guarantees on first mortgage
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks

Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and j

documents, in 4 d iff. rant ixi. "J i

OFFICE IN PANAMA
1M, Central Ave. at
corner of 'V' Street

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of 7th It

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Dear Friends:
'f' ; ;,
As I am continuing to
make Improvements In my
service to you, I'll have to
suspend electrical serylcee
on Sunday, January 18 af
the following areas: . ''.

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HOUR: 3:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m.

50th Street from 9th Street to 18th
04 rAar Can Cr m!cm

wi w ,i 'WW ul iviavvi j, t

i-ViaT1 Porras from 10th Street to" 18th ''

Carrascfuilla from 1st StreettO 3rd

Street (A ll).

Vt Pdrras from 10th Street' to Via n

-HaMO it

Via' Espana from Via PttrraS'to Fdo. 4

UO bUI UUUA.



TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY wwsww
Social an
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CANDIDATE rOR MISS LATIN AMERICA CONTEST
WtLMI NAMED AT PANAMA HILTON TONIGHT
Tonltht on th ption of the Pntmi Hilton Hotel, elfht
befctttUiti cndldte will eomprte for the tltU
toTrepteeent the RepubHe In twenty eonteet In Quito, Ecuador,
D? nfSSiBtr of the Quito event will be nim Utln Amerloen
.t(A Xourtit Queen. The conteit li epomored locally by the Lione
Kth the cooperation of the public relatione itaff of the

Hihon.
Clarence Martin and the ConJun ConJun-to
to ConJun-to "Panama will supply music for

1 ii

the occawofi. The caauiaaies wm
model fashion from the Junior
Blf shop.

Ilrsons attending tonight's af

fair will be eligible lor door prizes
including plane tickets to Lmea
Eeuatorlan d Avlaelon to Quito.
Candldites who will appear this
vtisg include Irene Arosemena,
aim. 'firtkU. DUnk Alvtrtdo. Fa-

Vplk.nuei. Clarita Cecilia

Wriiht, Miriam de la Listrs, Ma Ma-rielene
rielene Ma-rielene Ponce and Xenla Dial.
A highlight of the entertainment
wUl be the regal entrance of Aida
I queen of the Panama Hilton,
who will be accompanied by mem
bers of her court. She will ruse
tha Mil and white Carnival flag,

narking the official opening of the

Carnival season in ransma.
British Aid Society
u. Partv Tan I oh t

A social event of this evening

will be a cocktail party given ny
the Committee of the British Aid
Society by the pool at the Union
plub. The event is planned for 8
f'Th'e Committee also has an announced
nounced announced plans for n annual ge general
neral general meeting next Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 4 at the British Enibas Enibas-ay
ay Enibas-ay Residence. A new commute?
Will be elected, and tea will be
Served after the meeting.
jv! Officers Wives

. The Naval Officers Wives Club
Will have a monthly meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 12 noon at the Albrooa Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club.

G rl Scout Council
The Canal Zone Girl scout Coun Council
cil Council will meet at 12:30 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday at the Tlvoll Guest House. All
registered adult Girl Scout meiu
beri are urged to attend.

Navy Credit Union

The annual meeting oi ue na navy
vy navy Rodman Federal Credit Union
will b held Monday afternoon at
4 at the Cocoll bingo robm.

Free bus service will be avjai-

able from Cocoll to the Shalor

Road bus terminal after the meet
ing.
Atlantic !d PTA
The Atlantic Side Parent-Teach

er Association will meet Monday

evening at 7; 30 In the gymnasium
of the North Margarita School.
Gneit soeaker will be Dr. U.K.

Levin, acting Chief of Preventive
Medicine and Quarantine of Uie

Canal Zone Public Health Service

His topic will be "the Public
Health Program and School

Health".

Guest speaker will be Mrs. H.
Morgan Smith.
Formal Dance Tonight
At Cristobal YMCA
The eleventh annusl Girl of the
Year formal dance will be held
this evening at the Cristobal Y
USO. The event will honor mem members
bers members of the Girli Service Organi Organization
zation Organization who have served the most
volunteer hours during IMS.
in k pnlnrful coronation ceremo

ny, twelve Girls of the Months will

be seated, ano one win ue uesls uesls-nated
nated uesls-nated Girl of the Year. The win
ner will receive the emblematic
crown from Miss Norma Paterni Paterni-na.
na. Paterni-na. who held the title for 1957.

nthr enmollments to the new

Girl of the Year will be a special
certificate of commendation pre'
spnted bv Fount Robinson, a re-

nroc ontntivp nf the Headauartcrs

ft!,ff nf the YMCA Armed Services

Department, New York City and
k tnkn ift presented by Mis.

Margaret Austin, director of the

n;i;rf.,;n nffiMali frnm th PaI Manuel Venturi S.e difCC

civilian and military communities tor general of public security in
on the Atlantic Side have bsen Costa Rica, will arrive tomorrow
Invited to attend. Music will be with accompanying Party By air

provided by Ivan Thorpe s comno. for a three-day tour ot mimary w

Director General
Of Costa Rica's
Security Arriving

Mpn attend ns are asked io

wear white shirts with ties, or u
niforms.

SUY JIT AIRLINERS
ATLANTA (UPI) Delta Air Airlines
lines Airlines announced last night
it will borrow 60 million dollars
to purchase 16 jet airliners.

STRANGER'S CLUB S. A.
Members are hereby Informed that next Monday Jan. Jan.-nuary
nuary Jan.-nuary 19th at 7:80 p.m. the annual reneral assembly
and election will take place at the Club premises.
Durinr the same day the Club members will vote for
the new board of directors for the year 1959 from 9:00
a.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Members are respectfully requested to .atten,, thjs
function.,.
M. CASTILLO P.
Secretary.

etaiiatinns in the Canal Z o n e,

Thoi.- ci.lt ik at the oersonal in

vitatinn of Mai Gen. Chanel l,.

Dasher, commanding general

USARCAKIH.

Accompanying Colonel Ventura

are: Lt. Col. Sergio fernanaez

secretary, commander in cniei cniei-and
and cniei-and Lt. Col. Alphonso Monge R.
director of the Guardla Civil.

The nosition of director of PC'

blic security Is equlvalem to that
of the U.S. Army Chief of Staff

but is a cabinet post, since costs

Rira ablished its army in 19

Monae directs Its successor, the

Guardia Civil or National Guard
Fernsndei attended the USAR

CARIB Latin America School

1949. tsklna courses in Military

Police and infantry training. This

will be Ventura's first official vl

sit to the Zona.

in

111

EL

MA J. GEN. CHARLES L. DASHER, commanding .general USARCARIB Is greeted by Cadet Lt. Col.
John Boseman at a review held in the general i honor on the Hth of January, Stiff Members of
the Cristobal Unit shown arc honorary MaJ. Huey Lee, Bn. Sponsor, Cadet Mai., Lull Martin and
Cadet Capt. Irl Sinden. At the far right li Capt. Acy L. tVwaney. f y

US Army Mission To Paraguay Gets
100-Year-Old House In Asuncion

DINY SORAYA REPORTS
COLOGNE, Germany (,UPI) (,UPI)-Iranian
Iranian (,UPI)-Iranian eouTfcei' denied today Ger German
man German press reports that Princess
Soraya it planning a trip home to
Iran.

The U. S. Army Mission to Pa
raguay, with headquarters in the

capital city of Asuncion, recency
played host to Several hundred

Paraguayan military ana civu oi-

ficials. as well as to the U. a. Am

bassador and his staff. The occa occasion
sion occasion was the formal opening of
newly-acquired mission housing In

Asuncion.

After several years of occupying

Inariermato nllnrtprs. the mission

now is Installed in the renovated

and redecorated 100-year-old home

of a former government offioial.

The buildings, consisting of the

main house In which are si situated
tuated situated the offices of Col. St; E.
PT Tyner, mission chief, and his

staff an annex housing supply

rooms, photo lab and radio room,
and smaller structures for Pra-

guayan soldiers attached to the

mission, are directly across rrom
the residency of the U.S. Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, Set well back from the
street, they are surrounded with
lawns and gardens in the front
with many types of fruit trees to
the rear.

A large garage and grease pit
are nearly completion to serve the
needs of the Mission motor pool.
Ascunclon, one of the oldest ci cities
ties cities in South America, il proud
of the fact that it wai the Span

Ish seat of eovernment under the

early lth Century. At that time

place for newly arrived sea voy voyagers
agers voyagers from Spain before beginning
their long journey up the Rio Pla Plata
ta Plata and Paraguay River to Ascunclon.

The mission to Paraguay in

cludes seven officers, five non com

missioned officers and five civi

llan employes.

Opposition Member

Watched To Prevent

Further Escape
LISBON, Jan. 17 (UPI) Por Portuguese
tuguese Portuguese officials todsy ordered ex ex-taken
taken ex-taken to orevent es

caped opposition member Capt.
Henrique Galvao from leaving the
country, informed sources said.
Galvao, serving a 18-year sen sentence
tence sentence for anti-state activities, es
caped from his seventh-floor hos hospital
pital hospital room here Thursday night

nr kkriv Fririav morning.

Another opposition m e m u e i
Gen. "Humberto Delgado, took re

fuge in the Brazilian Embassy

Monday, me government ua u u-nied
nied u-nied he was in any danger of ar arrest.
rest. arrest. Some observers speculated that
there was a connection between
th two eases and that they were

Buenos Aires consisted ifrf one., or both designed to draw attention to

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ruiea utnvtntrr NOTEBOOK:

Eddie risher plana to becoma till till-tabeth
tabeth till-tabeth Taylor's fourth husband in

May. or cany June, -int nuptii
arc icheduied to follow a Neva Nevada
da Nevada divorce, for which cither Kd Kd-die
die Kd-die or Debbie will file right Uer
Easter, according to the present
igreement... A -noted entertainer,
who has spent an .enormous,
mount of time and enem and ta-

lent entertaining our service men

in wartime ana peacetime, m
victim at a jraah .f Cl Com-

plainti chlch may rj fnein htUI
be refused permission io put: on
future shows at faraway camps.
The bovs in uniform' have beeied

about "commerckllsni'-and.too
much time waited acting aa hit

audience",., me iirst eomeuiani
to do an imitation of Fidel Castro
are Marty Allen and Mitch -Ue-Wood.
-They're getting big laughs
with their oeirded. Knaki-capped,
itogic-puffing version of the Cub Cuban
an Cuban leader all very good-natured,
of course. ..Lisa Hose, pretty cap captain
tain captain of the Latin Quarter cnorus

.line, is being wooeq by Gran W.

woods, neir to minions in tnt

midwest. v

Peggy Mcxay is nappy over toe
rave reviews she received for her

performance in the off-Broadway

play, "The' Fallurei," but not

quite io enthusiastic about the

black eye she's .sporting. Her co-

star, lBS-pounaer Albert saimi,

hat to rap her -on the Jaw In one
scene, and the .other, bight iie let
one go a little too high' and too

nara.

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meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

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regardless of season.

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The fine young team of Sidney
Lazard of New Orleans. Bill Hen

na of Los Angeles, Paul Alllnger

oi Aiimeaa and boo Roth a n

and Cy Neuman of Miami won the
Masters' Team Championship at
Malmi and it likely to represent

us in tne next international Match.
Their path to the chamolonshio

was not an easy .one. Here is a

nana mat cost tnem points- when
Sidney and Bm reached a hard
luck slam. r V

Sidney's junto to six hearts wss

typical of his style. He knew his
side had enough stuff to make a

slam if the opponets could not cash

two tricks first and saw no reason

to help them out by tiODina ah

opening lead.

He won the diamond lead in

dummy and discarded nil seven
of spades. His next play was the

queen oi hearts finesse and West
took his king.

Now it was ud to West to find

the right lead to beat the con

tract. Any lead but a spade Would

auow Sidney to get rid of Doth

dummy'a soades on his lone clubs

Unfortunately for Sidney West did

come up with the spade shift and

me nam went down.

Q-The bidding has been:
1 Double Redbl. f
You, South, hold:
What do you do?
rn' w partner will
eJjswe a. tull nd m fl hta
nue him. Oftvlouiiy, there la
tmmtuiit; wrear with the Md Md-inr
inr Md-inr and the chances are thai
test li MufflBf
TODAY'S QCtaWOtf
JNddlng eontlnuee with
?!?by two lub V North
nd two spades by East What do
rou do nowf
Answer Tomorrow

Betty Cooper, the' red haired

fashion model (a Susy Parker

type), is bick In New York after
dating with former mayor Bill O' O'-Dwyer
Dwyer O'-Dwyer in Awoulco during; -h i s

Christmas and New' Year! holi

days.. .Jack E. Leonard, who hai
taken off 180 nounds. has found a

publisher for 1)1 projected -.book

aoout reaucingn. una rutgeraia
Is recording a Steve Allen sen?;
"Oh What a Night for Love," for
the Verve diskery.
If Katherlne Hepburn wants to
spend her Summer in Stratford,
Conn., the American Shakespeure
Festival Theater folk will be de delighted.
lighted. delighted. They're awaiting her de

cision ... Dawn Addams divorce

suit against Italian Prince VlftO'

no Massimo is due to enliven the

Rome courts starting Jan. 23 .,

Ray Anthony has fallen for Cin Cindy
dy Cindy Conroy, a Canadian beauty

who seems to be accomnllshtnu

miracles in the wav of heloiha

him f orgeV" M ajhle Via Dorem-

vic uamone le'Deing c nee red
by Carol Stevens, a- shapely danc dancer
er dancer who met him in Las Vefl

and gave up her job there to be
near him in New York ... Add

strange movie titles: "Girl with

an Itch" ... Bobby Short finished

hja last marathon run in Gotnam
(five months at the Living

Room Vacation in Catifor-
nis, then open In a newly-deiign-ed
room at the iVeylin Restaurant.
The Marty Ragawiyi (he'a the
top comedy wri.er who hai pro-

vidou gigs ut ucnv funnymen as
Milton Berle, .Red Skelton and
Ed Wynn; are writing an Unfun Unfunny
ny Unfunny Ending J. Lee Pogostln haa
become one of the hottest of th

TV wHteri ilnce f Laurence

Olivier flipped over his video ver version
sion version of 'The Mootl and Sixpence."
Oonna 4iightowr ii .litre .newest
darling of3 the Capitol SRecorda
family, thinks to bet first album,
"Tike' Cm,'J' IVi'swon Ahec ifive
nlghtcTub dates,., Prodiiceri';, Joe
Wpiiitii ifld Howard-Merrill are

doing -soma. fancy dream caihng.
They want Leslie Caron and Syd Sydney
ney Sydney Chaplin for the Fall musical,
"JloUdiy for Henrietta".., Pljlllip-
Slne de Rothschild, daughter of
is Baron PhllUpe de Rothschild
of the famed banking family, has
become a member of the Comp Comp-dle
dle Comp-dle Francalse,,.Foilow-up on the
Tommy Dorsey estate: his first

wife, loots, wasn t completely ior ior-gotten.
gotten. ior-gotten. He kept her as beneficia beneficiary
ry beneficiary In hit. iiuslcians' Union l.fe
insurance policy, and she's re re-celved
celved re-celved that money.
.Fidel Caitro'e triumph wai a
slight lost to Goldie'a night iput
here. One of the walten, Carlos
Lens, cut out to Join hit hero in
Havana; he'a been one of the New
York orgwiiera for the rebel
forcei forOherptitiiiveieari ...
ilahdaheadltagWaJsTng-Lady -No

rnoKaera00PiWiU5Da-niik ng
MA..k'-'A. .fcw.J1 .

nw ui mi uwn dui on a more
con"rvtive. plane Jhan mama.
Hli will be an engagement flash;
he plani to mwy.aFrench icreen

'" mB,tiaiiier-iin; June

Pro-labof Detiios

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WASHINGTON (UPI) -Jub'lsnt
pro-labor Democriti won decisive
control of the House Education
ilmoit Iniurtng that the group
will approve a labor reform bill
satisfactory to leaders of the ATL-

The develnnment (roj

chnnres. for later approvil by the
committee althoush not neees.

sariiy by tttOtouse jtwlfof ; iep
arate legislatieaarovide aomea
of thchanges sought in the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley AW fcy trrganled- labor.

-ineuemocratic Committee on
Committees, presumably artin

with the apnroval of SpeakPr Ssm

HayDurn Tex.), filled all five
Democratic Vacancies on the com committee
mittee committee with newly elected con con-gressmen
gressmen con-gressmen from northern industrial

ireas.

One liberal Democrat nrorfWerf

that on many lsues the new line lineup
up lineup would give t'beral forces an 18-to-ia
edge over the Republlcan Republlcan-Southerfl
Southerfl Republlcan-Southerfl Democratic coMltion
which frenuently forcedVa 15 15
deadlock list session.

The new committee Democrats

were Rep. Roman C." Puclnski,
Chicago: Dominick Daniels. Jerr

City. N. 3.: John ;Bradem South

aena, ma.; rBonert N. G'aimo,
North Haven. Conn., and James
G. O'Hara, Rochester. Minn,
Meantime, Rep. Carroll D.
Kearni (R-Pa.), top GOP member
of the labor group, announced he

would sponsor President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's labor program in the House.
He said it contained "no union union-busting
busting union-busting tactics" and should be ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to both Democrats and

KepuMicans,

Labor Chiefs foresee certain en enactment
actment enactment of a labor reform bill this

session.

AFL-DIO Officials had com-

Employe At Metro

Nabbed For Trying

Extortion On Siege!

HOLLYWOOD fUPtl An em

ploye at Metro Goldwyn ,- Mayer

wa arrested Thursday 3"fitgnt
when he allegedly attempted to
extort under threat of death 1100, 1100,-000
000 1100,-000 from Sol C. S egel, the stu studio's
dio's studio's nroduetlnn ChiefT .v-r''.

Herbert S t r a u c h, 34-year-Old
bachelor who worked si a oantrv.

man at the MGM kitchen, was ar arrested
rested arrested by FBI- agents minutes

after he admittedly talked with
ment of the ftwmeyY
Sieeel. SB. nrnducer fir' iUoh

films as ''Lei Girls;' and ''Three
Co'ns in the Fountain," said he

received a letter mailed Sunday
threatening the lives of himself

and wife unless he paid $100,000 (-plained mat in tne last congress

Crashes Al Sea

Munoz Marin Says
Independence Bill

For PR Unimportant

WASHINGTON, Jin. IT (UPI) I

Puerto Rico, aid today he has-l 111 Ilk ll

"A jnAAi.l lnlHAh" if AtllMU Iflllll JL

Wl Dnil lutMJiivu I mm-

on Rep. Morgan M. Moulder, (D

mo.), tne author m a Puerto mean
independence bill,
But the Governor laid "1 will

make it Clear" to any lawmakers
who asks "Puerto Rico's dear cut
position against independence."
Munos arrived here today from
San Juan. Puerto Rico, accom

panied by his wife, Ines, for talks

with federal officials on common
wealth oroblems.

He will also attend av luncheon

in honor of Argentine President

Arturo r ronaui given ny vice'
President Nixon;
"I don't attribute any import'

ance to this bill)," he said when
asked for comment on the legisla legislation
tion legislation seeking to cut Puerto Rlco'l
ties with the U.S. v -"You
can rest assured Puerto
Rico will not be seoarated from

the United States," he laid in an
interview. .',
Munnt said he had no fixed
schedule of visits. "I'm, only cer
tain of one meal," he remarked
in reference to the Nixon invita invitation.
tion. invitation.

in bills of $100 denomination or

leas, r 1

Telephone calls followed the let

ter and Sieeel Informed the

locil FBI office.' f'1

Agents, acting on the belief .that
the caller made his calls from a
nubile telephone booth 'n the vl-

rinity of the mgm studio, oiaeea
those booths under surveillance.
Each agent was eaulpped with
small portable radio by which
could be informed when the
extortionist made another call to
Siefel.
when word was flashed Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that Siegel was talking jo
the extortionist, agents closed in
md nabbed Strftueh f'a he' Was
leaving a telephone booth, v
-

Amentlne Plane

MAR DttL PLATA, argentine,

Tn if (ITPIW An Arcentine air

ltnr with 82 Persons aboard, un

able to land because Of a blinding

rainstorm; crashed at set lest

nlcht off thil Argentine resort.

First reoorts said all aboard were

(eared dead. ,1

So'far as wai known, there were
no Americani on the plane.
- The twin-engined Curtisi Com Commando
mando Commando vanished In 75 feet ot wat water
er water 1 lust off the coast.
Aboard were 47 passengers, In Including
cluding Including an infant, and five criw criw-memberi.
memberi. criw-memberi. ,fW.
lt wis the second mllor airlines
disaster in Latin America in less
than a week. Thirty-six persons
were killed aunday when a "Get

man-airliner crished ana expoa expoa-ed
ed expoa-ed whlli ttmntifttf to land at

Galeae International "Airport ;at

iiv vi u vnsivuui j" A1",-! r-
Both creashes occurred id-blind
ing rainstorm--1 s-: '

they could Count on no more than
12 or 18 votes in support of legis

lation nacicea ny ineir organiza organization.
tion. organization. Two Democrat! Chairman
Graham" A. Barden (N,C.) and
Phil M: Landrum fGa.) frequent frequently
ly frequently voted with 13 Republicans U
year.

Russians Claim
Dulles Intimidates
Western Allies
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
news ageficy : Teas accused Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
yesteday of trying; to intimidate
the Western Allies with the-"bo--gey
of international communism."
Dulles wai' attempting to Justify
"notorious" American policy when
he spoke about the -dangers of
communism;;. Jhr.fifii? tgency
Tn'irla2il' toM the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit Committee
tee Committee In-Washington--that fa a
period of jfceari the,, world situa situation
tion situation would be full of danger, and
that austerity and laeriflca would
be required :o;ttaln free world
'"l'iiSiniila It ttlitn

that U.8, foreign policy, remaining
unchangeable; la; fact, aeti, J'f
the v aim ." of adapting wo 1
change to meet U.S.' interests,"
Tan charged.- -,.,

"pullei .resorts to his rvrr
trick of i&Umidatlbg the U.S. part partners
ners partners in aggressive bloci wn,? m

bogey of international

nlim," tt ildt

commu-

OtTm'C0P:'ONLY
MMptWVPiJ. Policeman
Jimei JMchnenV 26. who nosed

for poitcfrrecruiting posters, wai
yesterday for stealing an electric
Thursd'ay 'for stealing an electric
driU-ano-tarMdio.--"



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JATCRD1T, JANUARY 17, US";
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PANAMA CVS
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11:00 Hollnau Matting
:(I0 Sunday Soh6ol
T JO Salvation Maatlni
Gultna Straat
11:00 HoiintM Maatlns
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11:00 Hailnaaa Maatlng
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7:80 Silvatfott .Jaatth k
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11:00 Hollneni Meeting
jiOO Sunday -School
7:35 Salvation Meeting
batobqw:. di'.;-' 11
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4 :00 Sunday School
7:S0 Salvation Meeting
Union Churchej
BATh2V. OMat W. OU.n, PMtot
Balboa Road at8an Pablo Straat
pastor'i phona
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S:30 a.m. Chui-ch School Free bun
arvice. Claaaea lor all agaa.
10:0 f.m-Worship Service -Church
Tllha Stow MoUf for fclndergattan
and Primary Children. Chureh-Tlme
Ctadl Roll and Nursery. .
:80 5.'m:00 p.m. Junior High
7:00 p.m. Senlot High f ellowship,
MARGARITA ;
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Rev. Theodora R. rranklln PMlnt
Phnn: OHIta, -tm. Res a-MM
1:43 l.mi Church Scho(. Bui tervlce
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11 :OT m-. Morning, Wnrijvtp
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ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Balboa
unday MaMaa: 1M. 1Mb IOiOO M
11.00 a.ut 4
Holy Day HIM: l iiKI. UM
nd :00 pM ' .--
Conieexionii: Saturday, iM U SH4
and to tM (A Thufaday. oaf ore
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rriday I 0 p.m.
Sacred Heart bevoaona.' 10 da. ait
fridavi,
Uitecmam sun aua u :o pj w
TtHunay.
r' 5
OUR LAO Of rATlMA-Oarwido
Sunday Mas at l:O0 m.m.
Holy Day Mam at l:S p.m.
ConfaMian: l:OS to :! pa on Sat-
"c'ai'aehlara Clami Saturday S-J0 to 10
Sunday Mtuea at tjM and I ill a m.
Holy Day Maaa at 1:09. pm
tvH Mm! OR mm
ConfeRsiotw: Saturday S SO to 4 JO and
Cateehlnn Clamr sunoay aw io v
P"- .. .
Miraouioua aieaai novanai iw .ui
vonvan -inairuaaoi uunw
p.as.
ST.' : tlNCRHrjanaPJ .City
Sunday Maer. liOO and 1:80 a.m.
Hnlv b.v Maaaaai I ISO and 1:00 p.m.
lt it (alU on Saturday the Mamtea art
;oo ana aiw ii
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1:00 t 1:00 pm Tbundav bat ore rtrtt
rriday ?a pm, m
Miracuioux Modal Novena and Sta
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Cateehlm Claaat Attar SiSO maaa on
Sunday
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ST. THERfcSA'B CoeOll
iiii Uhii a an a.m.
Holv 6av Maaai :00 ajn. lit it tallo
op Saturday-:80 am.1
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Monday ,.
ContaMionai :uo w a:ov
ST. JOHN HAFT 1ST OS l-A SALU
raroaa Lafevre
Sunday Mamaa C:20 and l:W .m.
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pjjf Pa Maxiaa;, ,,;. to 6:00
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A.wJS mis MJM aalMfllVntllt
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GBiaenism blase. !" f.""' X
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Convert Claaai Monday 7'JO p.m.
Sunday Maetl lfW .to.
SPisifl"8."'... f.io-'to 7:40 o.m
gatechism wiaaa: : P"i,(!.,
aorad HHft Novena' 7 00 Pm or
Friday ,. .... rhursda
Gonvan wiaiw, .v
ATLANTIC BIDS
IT JOSEPH'S-tolon
Buftda MMtv 4:44, ioo end 1 4a a.m
Holv Dav Meases: 1:4 and 4:00 a.m
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ontISlonsi, Miuraw ""
MiraeulwiPi3edai rldvetiai Wednesday
!1B ano iiou p.m
Seared Heari Novena. Friday ii pm
o.,wrf. SHaiila KavolvM 7:00 0 m
Convert Claasf 7:1 pm an Mondays
:aha-Tmirsday.'! ...
Catechism Claaai sviHiay ishsb
ll:4a a m. a uu p.m w m.w
.., I IP.Malc.altlnn t Most B M
ad Sacrament til day Kaposltion at 4:30
a.ni, Saturday rrtornlng.
First Baturaay uevnuons w as
!f Fatima-Th Hol'ftoiajryiOO e tn
trirst rntnmunlnri Instruction for chil
dren Mondays and Thursday 1:00 to
r oo p.m .,
allRACULOtJS MtDAL-CriltAbal
. .nn a.AMM 1A.M.M
u.i h. Maaaaa. 4,00. e.oo a.m, and
Confessions: aaiuraay .aara n ,oo anu
00 to 8:00 0 m After Rosary each eve-
.. j;"'a,r-. a... M
Miraculous neaai,vjnovene! m.m
I .ftn bin, nn MtMllff. A
Catechism Claaau After S:00 Mas an
lrsT Frida Eitptlpn an daii
day during
the School Year,
First Ssturaayi mam it inn am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH in Margarita
Sunday Masses: ( ano, am 11:9b a in
Firift Saturday' Mdsat .... 1:00 a.m.
Weekday Masse J :00 am
Saxurda t:0 P W JiOO p.rn
Miraculoiis Medal- Novna 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses- 7:30 a.m. ..till pm
Confession i:4t p H tc) i44 p.m
every Monday
Parish Family Rnssry and
Benediction 7:M P.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 1 JO p.m.
every Friday .:
U rtlday Devotions ..IW pm
let Saturday Devottons ,. 1:00 om
. If VlNCtWTl-rlaintMiw city
8undVwa: 4:30 a and
" Hdty 6gy5Maia a.m and liSV
0) m.
Confesslona. t:0U lO j0 end ItlA ta
8:00 P.M Raftlrdav
watecnism Class: 10:49 a m on auna.j.
Convert Class verv Monday at 7:00
p.m.
MiraauieaM Medal Novanai to p.m
an Tuesday,
SScfad Hew
Heart N?anl tiDt pjav an
maaa
! 'nV -'
.Wt' 4.iN.i";! -'
IMMACULATS CONCRPTION-Uald
Confession.- a: to 1 o p m. on Bat
Catechism Class" t An a m on Mondgy
- wm mui ur winiu Ltiurmaa.
R under Masses: .7K)0 add lilO am.
oly Day Masses: :0u a.m. and 4:00
am
Contaasione Saturday at Im pjr. and
aner an evening oevotiuna.,
Bsntlsms bv aonnintmanf.
Miraeulou Medal Nnvanat' fiOt pjn
rtn T.tl.ariaY.
Sarm Heart NAvanei 740 p m am
Sunday Scnooii t.H pm, eft Sunday
' Religious Intttrurtlon Class for Chll
a.M 1 ,aa a a. .a m..
Rellalmis Instruction for adults (Con.
auetee m anamsntt ihto p.m en mm
gay c' ..,)
iCenvprt Instructions by appointment

Episcopal

Tb Rt kav R Heba Goedeai. S.T O
The Vary Rev. MauMfl J. Pctaraoa.
S.TJI. Daaa
trtttlh i.M -Tit
CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKR
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
TJ0 ain Hoiy communion.
lilt a.m Church School .Hair Com
munion 4rd Sunday i
f 'JO m, Santa communion, ara sun
day.,
aVuuela Dummiaai mi i
li mo ajn Mnrnina Pravar anar let
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
l:oo pm. cvanina aenrioe.
' vVEDNICSDAYS
aJiSO a m. Holy Communion.
7 tOO pre ventae Prayer,
HOLY DAYS
1:00 p a Holy Communion.
I'M a w Holy Communion.
DAILY
t'Ak a.m. Mornlna Pravat,
l:00 Mli-da Missionary Prayarl.
cocou
Church ot St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7iN ajn
family Prayer and
Church School iM i-m
I Also Holj Communion 2nd
lornlng Prayer A Sermon 1140 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion e:wi ajn
COSOZAL
Chapel at The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hay at,
Priest In Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 a.m. Morning prayer.
(H.C. flrat frlday each Month).
SAMBOA
t aimnn'S Chutuk
The Rev. John Spear Priest in Charge
Choral Euehartat and Bar-
aiiNDAVa
mon 7:00 a.m
Church School f:00 pm
Episcopal Youna Churchman :00 pm
Evanaong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS ....
Morning Prayer ano noiy
Communion
9:00 am
7:00 p.m
Evening Prayet
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
Holy Communion Iiw am
Morning prayet f'-OOem
Evening Prayer 7:00 o.m
SATURDAYS
family Eucnariat
Oflice ot Compline
CM Aalar'a Chnreh
4:40 a m
4:00 p.m
'H.llH''
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer ana unurcn
School 9:00 ajn.
mon 1 :3" a.nv
Conflrmation Class :30 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hoiy Baptiem 12:00 noon
fcvensone and Addreas .... 7:30 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman' -Auxiliary "'
tHURSDAYS ori FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion .... ... 9:00 a.m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven l. B Shirley, Priest In Charge
TWIlBKnAYS
4:30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Bratos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, (Holv
Communion flrat Sunday of
the month I
Thursdays and holy days
9:00 a.m. Holy communioii.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Prlett in Charge
The Rev. David A Oiborna,
Vicar Emeritae
S:00 .i- Choral Eucnariat at Sermon
:30 a.m. Infant Bnptlsm.
1.00 i Church School
5:00 o m Youth Fellowship
7 no m. Evansona and Addrasa,
and and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.40 Pin Woman Aujilltary and Al
tar Uulio Diecuna,
PANAMA CITt
Bt Psui'l Church
the Vtn Lemuel B Shlrlev, Barter
The Rev. Carlton O. Moral) Art-
1:00 a.m. noiy tommtinra
am, am Kuna Eucharist At Sermon
it) via m Mornlns Prayet and Church
School
14:00 ixt Holy Baptism
7 00 t..m Solemn vescer
llieid if Building 131)
TUIISDAVP
1:80 a m noiy uommuraop
7:40 pro- Evening; Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
:0(i t ft' Hoiy communion
7 :00 i.n Evening Prayer
ntURKD A Yk -AHd1 FRlbA ti "
8:30 n noiv uommunion
OLt DAYS. .
a w a m. noiy womm union.
CHRIST CHURCH Bf THE-SEA
Col6rt, B P.
(Omwslt Hotel Washington 1
The Rev. i. Peter Farmer, Beetef
Tht Bey. Henry A. Blake, AasUtant
SUNDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy" COmmuhion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong it Sermon
1:30 a.rh. Morning Prayer
oo a.m. choral EucharlM and Barmen
10:36 a Jh, Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAT A THURSDAY
I :o a.m. Morning Prayer
4:00 a.m. Holy communioti
4:00 p.m., Evening, Prayer
' WEDNESDAY
1:40 t m. Morning Prayer
4:00 a m. Holy Communion v
7:10 p m. Evening prayer aV ddrs
; pRIDAY'
1:40 .m. Morning prayer 1
9:00 a.m Children' Buehafiet
1:00 p.m. livening rrayer ,,
- SATURDAY
4:40 a m. Morning Prayer j, a
S:00 a.m. Hoiy Communion
:00 p.m, Bvenlng Prayer
7:40 p.m, Office of Compline.
BIO' ABAJO
St. ChrMopher' Choreb
tout Street. Parque Lefevra
The Bey Clarence Hayea,
Prtest In Charge 1
TM tter, Claranee A. Craiwell.
'..i '. Aaalatawi 1 ";
SUNDAYS .
a, no am MAla CAmmiihlofl.
7 10 am Sung Eucharist and BVrmon.
10 'J0 a.m Moming Prayer and Church

School. 5

UM noon Holy ftapUam.
:M jn. Bvenmnf and Sannon.
MONDAYS
Tito 0m jAna Sro woman a Auxl'
fUtSDAVS
tMt u eitnior Daufjitarl la
. Ulna.
IMtiJo Voutb raHownhlD.
sciiiaunivs
00 a m Holy conurj union,
40 a m Evening Prayer and Reiifiouf
- Inatructlona.
1HURBDAV3 -.-
;ou b. uiria rnenaiv aocitiy.
1:00 b,m, lirt and ard. Ilnalstrim. 1
Saturdays
a:w aM. junior Goniirmation cms.
Othet Churches
CHURCH OP THK NAXARENB
44 a'nuigtpam St, Anewi C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelaan. Pastor
Boa Mr7 Haiboa. C,Z, Xal g-MOl
Sunday School iM a
Worship Service ... 10:44 am
Youth Service 6:4a pm
Evangelistic Service ....... 7iS0 p,m
Prayer Service. Wad. ... 7 M pat
" METHODIST
Sunday: I a.m. Panama Wesley.
"'7:1 p.m. Bvangellcal Servlea
and Sermon,
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
IV ajn. raraiso aunaaj Dsaovi
7:1.1 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
Service.
BtirmnrttaY noticub
Sundav-OcTTStn 9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John watson ts.u. I p.m. nr, a. a
Lovell,
Mrnidst Dot. anttv-4;30 om. Praoa
ration Class. Mr, Geo. Mitchell. 7:lt0
a.m. Pravar meetlnl Mr, Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, Oct. 21st 7:40 p.m. Qirll
League. Mm. k. King.
rriaay r.w p m, vnoir rraciice.
CHURCH Or"THS llAZARENB
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paster Ralph L, Hysong
Write: Box SOU Margarita. C.Z.
Phonal 1.UUU
Sunday School 9:44 am
Morning Worship ., ...... 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:40 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama B P, 2ra Street East
Ha P. ft Brown. Minister
Divine vtorahip :M a.m
Sunday School
Sunday Masses 7. 7:44 11:44
RIO Aba) Rj.
Sunday school ..........
4:00 p.m
JKHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Mtetlnss Thursday at 70 P.m. anO
5undarr si :oo pm. wwa uemoriai
goo b itxja noaa, aaioop.
CHURCH OF -JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 1:40 a.m
SunitAv School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 0:00 p.m
Relief society, ruesaay :w a.m
MIA: Wednesday 7:40. p.m.
Primary, Thursday 4:00 p.nt.
Telephone Bslttne 4227
Atlantis Branch
Building 400, Scboolhousa Road. Oatun
Sunaay Sscnoor, aunaay v;av b.iii.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday lliOO am
GtmUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wsrm HearUd Church"
Milton B Uldlg, MJnitr
km. Raa S.tll Of. 3-M0S
Sunday School 9:40 a jn
1 A Klans for every aael
Morning Worship :00 a.m
V.,.W 1P.linwh1n ... :00 D.m
Eevenlng Worship ,T:00 p.m
Prayer end Praise (Wed i 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in proviaea.
OLD CATHUIblt fcJCUnfc,, -,.
St Raphael Tit Arcnanaei
isth Si West No. 1
statw SiiflhaMst- s.inHsv ai I AG a.m
Tuasday. Wednesdays and Thursday
:30 a.m.
Sacrament ot uncnon I neaainp mm mm-vice)
vice) mm-vice) First Sunday cS each month s)
7 JO pjn
Mount BaUbet. Chrtstlao Cbarek
Panama R. P -Rt
Rev T jnim. D. D BtahOP
officiatina.
Morning devotion .fiSx!
Fellowship Worship 11 M m
Sunday School 00 p.m.
THE CHR1STADELPH1ANB
b.finamn tllfitrict
sout HaU, Rainbow City
Sunday School
Moming Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m
Divine Service ..... 7 30 p.m
Visitors are welcome ai au sravivan
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
aa B-lrat fitraet
Urbanhacldn El Carmen. Panaml City
intormai xalKs ano uwumma
Thursdays 8 :0O p m
Colon, 4th Front Street
(upstairs American Baiaar)
Study Classes Thursoava, tan p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralao, C.2.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
4:00 pm. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 cnou ttenearsai.
Fridav: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH Or GOD
15 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Aba jo
A. Anvlck Overseer
Sis. C. Week, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service, Night; Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD.
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rf.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 .m
Sunday Night Service .... 7 :30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
703 Eighth St.. ColAn
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
-Stfnday School .,1, 9:80 am
Morning Worship 10:30 .m
Sunday Night Service ... 7:80 p m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hines Pastor
Sunn's v School 10:00 a, m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH Of GOD
Cor. Jamaica ai Trinidad St.
Rainbow city
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Womhlp 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service-.... 7:30 pm,
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Helghta, ClT
(near Diablo aOhool),
Rev' Carl V Thompson, Minister
Box 39 Diablo Heights' C.Z.
Phones 1 Homer Oambe 417
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School t, 19KW am
Worship servin 11:00 m
Youth Service ,.,.'......., 10 pm
l Evangelistle Service 1:40 km
.Wednesdavt Blbl Study k
-and Prayer Service 70 pel
Lutheran
BFpF.F.MFR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Boad at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gnsslck, Pastor
P.O.' Box 66. Balboa,
Sunday School, Bible Class I a.m,
Divine Service 10:18 a.m
Holy. Communion, first Sunday at ttht
month.
, Atlantic Rid
Core Help Chanel
Mr. Frederick S. Illiek, Vlcet
Blvtne Service 11 a.m. 1 :
Holy Communion, last Sunday of th
month, ,,

Jewish

Jewlsa MraUara Hoard aid Jil.Jt -I
doia .toau Balboa. C-L Rfbbi Nathan
ltlcu. Lili actor.
Servte Friday, 70 pa. Saturaay
. om
(Sea ao Usttnas at Jewish wvlaaa
jncer PtMU Bases and Stations!.
ConvrfeBMtinn Knl AhMritSl AarttaL Am.
use UMoa at
Psnama City
and 44th lu-eel. Bella Vista
aervjee iioo am
Christian Scientist
Christian PalMies riiuhaa
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ancon
sou Ancon nouievaro
Sutldav sprvipM 11-00 a m finnitav
School :J0 a.m.
Wednesday 1:00 p.m.
Readina Room 808 Balboa Rod Ooen
daily except Sundays end holiday! from
v:ju to 11:30 a.m. ano 1:30 to :00 p.m
Baturdav: 1:30 to 11:21) am.
Evening Hour! t:00 to 8:00 p.m. exoept
neanesaaya ano Miuraays.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
9CIKNTIST. CrlstAhai
All church services will be held in
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple in Cristobal Inext doer .to the
Margarita Florist), entrance is on
boa Avenue through the Arcade.
sunaay service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meat'
Ini 4:00 o'clock.
sunoav ncnooi u neio ai a 3U a.m.
Readlna Room Hours Monday 4:00
io :uo p.m. weaneagay a:uv io t:is
p.m.
iou ara coraiany invitaa to attena
the services -and to use the-Beading
Room.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC BID.
Protaataal
FORT AMADOB
Sunday School ,
Morning Worship
Church -time Nursarv School.
4:00
lotto
10:09
IUN1 CUAYTOH
Sunday School (Building no.
146)
Morning Worship .y,
Thursday Evening Mid-week
IHM
10:39
service
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service. Bio Kato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier' Fellowship Thurs. .
Offioer's Christian Union Thur.
ALBKOOK AIR FOBCft BASE
Sunday School . ,
Adult Bible Class INCO Club)..
1:40
9:30
Morning Worship ...... 9:30 4 10 45
Youth FellowshiD 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month!
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radii, Station. Summit...
Catholic
4:00
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mas
Sunday Masses 7:00 It
Confession. Saturday ., (:30 A
1:40
4:30
7:30
Sunday 8:00 St. 1:25
rOR'l CLAYTON
Dally Mass :45
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 9:00
Confessions Saturday .. :30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBE
usiiT nam
XiBMWday Maaaaa f. :,4'.it'.'n'.'i ttol'
sunaay Masses 8:00 at 11:411
Monday Novena Devotions , 7 :30
Confession Saturday.. 4:00 A 7:10
COROZAL
Sunday Mat 10:49
ALHHOOK AIR FORCE BASS
Dallv Mass 1:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:44 A 12:00
Spanish 1 7:0fl
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:04
Confessions-Saturday 7:uu
0.8. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Maaa ., a:av
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday 1:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Fridav 7:10
A1.HBODK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4 :ntj
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday :se
ATLANTIC BIDS
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Morning Worship
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 251
Tuesday
9:00
10:30
7:00
KYBB- Wednesday-Post "hspsl :3I
cnoir fracine weaneaaay
Post Chapel
7:30
FORT GUL1CX
Sunday School 9:3
Morning Worship 10:4
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thur. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School :so
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Flrat Sunday
ti Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass .,
7:00
9:30
:00
g:45
Sunday Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday 1
FORT GULICK
Sunday Masses ...... 8:30 and
pally Mass
Saturday Mass
Confessions (Sat.) 11:00 and
9:30
4:80
11:30
6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Solo
Dally Mass
Saturday Mas
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLITO
4:00
8:30
9:00
Sunday Mas
11:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:1
Greek Orthedoa
Greek Orthodox service ara conduct conducted
ed conducted at th Church of the Anunclatlon.
Via Bellsario Porraa. San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panam City. R.P.. and at
the Church of St. Anthony Avenldfl
Melendez. Colon, R.P on alternate Sun
call the Office ot th Army Chaplain
11-8119.
days at 4:30. For further Information.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in aU church
as touows:
SATURDAY!
Sabbath school 9:80 .mr
Divine Service 11:00 am,
Youth' MeeUng 4 JO p m.
WEDNESDAY I '
Bible Study and Prayer Strvle
7:g p.m
pacifl Bld Plnaiat t
Pastor W H. Waller-Tel Jt-l-lto
Cabo Verde, Ave J- F de la Ptea
No, 17 Chorrlllo atth No, 17 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo I A Bt, between Ird and th
Sts, Rio Aba) 11th no. 17 Gamboa
and Frlioles.
Pastor Q. D. Wlll1ame-T1. 6 580
Pastor A. A. Orlzxle Tel, 101
Spanish Church Pacific Sid Panam
? raster noroerio wuiroi
Panam. Calle Darlen No. I
Padregal A. Nuevo Guarari.
Atlantic Bide
Pastor 0. A, Jetfrtee-Tal. 11-4261
roloti 7..
Cristobal English lth a) Bolivar Ave,
Cristobal Bpsnisn jntn an souvar av.
central Office
. om ,Oaviin load xi. 1-1859 t-nii

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OFFICIALS GET SCROLLS Members of the North American-Pro-Mexican Committee iook
advantage of the presence of 500 International Road Federation delegates In Mexico City tor,
the IRF's third World Highway Congress to recognize the outstanding contributions of thrJB'
official of them In strengthening Mexican-U.S. friendship. Here, Virgil Hlermeyer (right),
president of the committee, presents scrolls to H. R. Merriman, chairman of IRF's board 0!
directors; board member F. T. Magennls, president of Goodyear Interantlonal Corp., and Rob Robert
ert Robert O. Swain, LRF executive director In Washington. At the Inauguration of the IRF congress,
Magennls delivered the group's official response to Walter C, Buchanan, Mexico's secretary of
Communications and Public Works, and later presented an inscribed silver tray from the IRF
to Mexican President Ruiz Cortines In recognition of outstanding highway developments In
Mexico during hlg administration.

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SALEM MISSION, COLON
Beginning on Sunday at the Sa Salem
lem Salem Mission, Third Street and Cen
tral, Colon, five nights of irevivsl
services will be conducted in the
church. All plan, it was announc announced,
ed, announced, have been completed far a
soul stirring fellowship.
Scheduled to preach on the five
nights is the Rev. W. H. Stewart
Of Paraiso, C and pastor of the
Church. Stewart has been looking
to God for these services and is
honing that many will attend.
Special music will be rendered
each night by an evangelistic choir
trained and directed by Marcus
Parris with Lilly Messiah as the
organist. In addition, the King's
Four and others will contribute to
the musical enjoyment.
The following week the meet meeting
ing meeting will b"ha in the Christen
Mission of Panama, located at
Fourth Street. Different speaker
are scheduled for this week.
The services will begin at 7:30
each night except Sunday when
they will begin at 7:00 p.m. Night Nightly
ly Nightly there will be an half hour pray prayer
er prayer meeting before each service.
Special invitation has been ex extended
tended extended to the general; public to
come early and share in 4 lively
long service.
ST. PITER'S
La Boca
Comprising the vestry commit committee
tee committee of St. Peter's Church, La Bo Boca,
ca, Boca, for the current year are Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Hosten, warden; Ivan E, Hay
wood, secretary; Karl L. Harris,
treasurer; Victor T. Smith, Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Morris, Ethelbert Daniels,
Arthur L. Riney and Newton Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. The committee was re-elected
at the annual parish meeting held
last Sunday afternoon, except that
Williams replaces a former mem member.
ber. member. Delegates elected for th j coming
district convocation were Harris,
Haywood and Smith, with Morns,
Riney and Williams, as alternates.
Services schedueld for St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's tomorrow are morning pray
er 10 a.m. and holy communion
10:30 a.m. One of the layreadcrs
will conduct morning prayer. The
communion will be a choral cele celebration,
bration, celebration, officiated by the Rev.
John Spear.
Next Friday morning at 9:30, the
midweek celebration will take
place at Pedro Miguel.
BAPTIST
Paraiio
The First Baptist Church of Pa
raiso Will be holding its annual
Harvest thanksgiving service to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. At 11 a.m. the Rev. F. H, Wal
ters will conduct- the servioe. At
3 p.m. items of special interest
will be anthems, duets, quarttlte
and recitations Among the cnur cnur-cbes
cbes cnur-cbes contributing are St. Albans'
Church of Cod and the Salvation
Army, the Rev. Louis A. Sealey,
pastor of the Calvary Baptist
Church, will be the guest speaker,
the youngster of the church will
present their gift baskets-awards
for the two best of the baskets.
The final tervlce will be at 7:30
p.rn. At this service, the super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Baptist mission
work in this area, the Rev. R. G.
Van Royen, will deliver the me-
saga.
NEWSMEN TOO BUSY
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) -Florida
Gov. Leroy Collins can cancelled
celled cancelled hi weekly news conference
ytsterdayat th request of news newsmen
men newsmen who said they were too busy
to attend. r
WANTS MUSTACHE WAX
MEMPHIS, tenn. (UPI)-Mra.
Howard S, Turner said she re received
ceived received thr following' letter from
her husband who is working on
the Distant Early Warning Sys System
tem System in Cold Bay, Alaska.
"Honey, please tend me some
mutUche wax, I've (hopped ill
over this place and can't find
any.'

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far does your knowledge of the Scripture go? De you want
your children to have sound Bible teaching? We cordial cordially
ly cordially invite you to attend this Sunday with your family to
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Christ.
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Is suffering because of personal tin? If God lovse t
why do we suffer? Why should Christians have to go
through, accidents, tragedies, and' grief? Does- God get
pleasure out of All the world's suffering? Com with
your questions and go away with Biblical answers to toll
age old question.
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7:00-"THE PERSON and WORK OF SATAN"
Who la Satan? When did he come from? Il he ml?
What Is His work? Why dees God permit him to cauie
aln? How, cbn pverome? What Is his destiny? You
need to haw an t answer from God's Word M Bring your
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By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

a kw wprp sten nearer to the 1958-59

nonttio Pm T pane nennant today following tneir

5-2 fp over second-place Marlboro last night in the
firsOame of a bargain bill. ,i
In the nightcap Cerveza Balboa walloped Carta
Viejrl3-1 in a game which saw Hector Lopez blast
twofomeruns and push across four runs to take the
leadih both hitting departments.

only

Thefklngs now hold a three-and-aihalf-game
lead over the
Smokers, Carta Vieja is In third
six-and-a-half games away and
the Beermen trail by eight
games.
The Kings and the Beermen
have 11 games left to play avid
the Smokers and the Yamtees
have ten contests to go. The
season ends Feb. 5.
Last night Frank Austin's
two-run single In the seventh
broke a scoreless tie and start started
ed started a rally which produced
three more runs in the inning.
DlekJLuebke went the distance
for the Kings to pick up his
seventh triumph against only
one. setback.

Humberto Robinson, who was
banished from the game by um umpire
pire umpire Dal Thornton in the se seventh
venth seventh for calling the arbiter a
dirty name, dropped his third
decision to make his record 5-3.
Leonardo Ferguson, who took
over for Robinson with one out,
failed to retire a batter. He was
yanked for Jose Lisondro who
finished the game. Robinson
was charged with two runs and
Msnnriro. three.

In the top of the seventh with
Robinson on the mound, Thorn,
toil Used a new Tule In calling
thfrd ball when the pitcher
stalled. The rule says that the
umpire may call a ball If the
hnrler stalls for 30 seconds and
according to Thornton, Robby
had stopped pitching for 35.
Thornton's move caused a big
rhubarb before Robinson final final-lv
lv final-lv walked Gladstone, who was

sacrificed to second by Les Pe-

f lias Osorlo was riven an in intentional
tentional intentional pass and the first

pitch on Lnebke was a ball, j
1 Thornton said that that was j
When Robinson called him an
nmprlntable name which
brought about the expulsion.
Fef guson was called in to pitch
to Luebke, who bunted down
th third base "rrlne in an at attempted
tempted attempted sacrifice. Ferg u s o n
fielded the ball and threw to
third in an attempt to force
Gladstone, but the sliding out
. fielder was called safe and there

and

one

were three on,

out. .

Old Pro Austin's single scor scored
ed scored Gladtsone and Elias and
then runners advanced to sec second
ond second and third on a Ferguson
wild pitch with Pumpsie Green
at bat.

Uncrowned Kings?

Austin, 2b.
Oreen, ss
Henley, cf.
Hunt, If.
Arthur, If.
Heron, 3b.
Gladstone, rf
Peden, c.
E. Osorio, lb.
Luebke, p.

FIRST GAME
KINGS

AB R HPO A

5 J 1, 2 ,3
4 1 J l3
5 0 3 1 0
3 0 1 10
2 0 0 1 0
4 0 0 0 4

3 10 4 0

3 0 0 6 1

2 1 1 11 1

3 10 0 0

Totals

34 5. 9 27 12

MARLBORO

Napoleon, rf.

Brathwaite, 2b.

Hardaway, 3b.

Gabler, lb.

Altaian, If.

Bernard, ss.

Cobos, c.
Mitchel, cf.
Robinson, p.

Ferguson, p.

Lisondro, p.

Prescott

Totals

3
3
2
0
0
1

33 2 7 27 14

Prescott struck out for Lison Lisondro
dro Lisondro In 9th.

Score by Innings:

Green doubled to score Lueb

ke and Austin and a single Dy Kmgs 000 000 5005

Gall Henley piaiea yreen "c" Marlboro 000 000 0112

fore Lisondro came in sirme uui
Stanley Arthur and make Car Carlos
los Carlos Heron force Henley at sec second
ond second for the third out.
Arthur had come into the
game in the sixth to replace
Ken Hunt who got the heaveho
for throwing his bat in the air

after he was called out on

strikes.

Luebke's' shutout bid railed
when the Smokers plated their
first marker in the eighth. Curt
Hardaway walked, moved to sec.
ond on an infield out and scor scored
ed scored on George Altman's single.
Their final tally crossed the
plate in the ninth on a base
on balls to Hank Mitchell and
a two-bagger by Alonso Brath Brathwaite.
waite. Brathwaite. Tn the afterniece Georges Ma

randa. who tossed a two hitter,

breezed to his fourth win against

three losses as he and his mates
pounded out 16 hits against Bob
Frederick and Bill Slack. Fre

derick lost his second verdict to
even his record.

Catcher-manager Billy Shantz,

relieved Slack In the seventh

with runners on second and
third and one out.
Shantz retired Clyde Parrls

on v an Jn,lel4, put and,, rnade, it

two away as tne Tunner scoren
from third and Clarence Moore
rolled to third for the third out.

Only one runner reached base
ff Shantz. He was Dave Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, who was hit by a pitch
In the eighth and forced at
second when Lopez hit Into a
doubleplay.
Lopez' two homers gave him
a total of eight, and his four
otiT'e vtfnir1 Yto rtiitnnt. tn 25.

tii throl Vilfs In four tries Totals

110 liu eg in

r.ninfo KpbinH hottinc leader CARTA VIEJA

Peden, who is hitting .400.

Bells Score

6-1 o-l Over

First

' tditor; CONRAUO bAKCt AN I

J959 Win,

CHS-Alumni

ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE

(Standings January 14)

W

Mutual of Omaha 2

Elks 2
Legion 1
Pirates. ..... 1

Coca Cola. ... 1

Police 0

L
0
0
1
1
3
3

OB

1
1
2
2ft

Summary: Errors: Hardaway,!
Gabler, Green. Runs batted in:
Austin 2, Green 2, Henley, Alt Alt-man,
man, Alt-man, Brathwaite. Earned runs:
Kings 5, Marlboro 2. Two base
hits: Cobos; Bernard, Green,
Brathwaite. Doubleploys:
Gabler, Bernard, Gabler; Aus

tin, Green, E. Osorio; Cobos,
Hardaway. Sacrifice hits: Peden,
Luebke. Wild pitch: Ferguson,
Luebke. Struck out by: Robin Robinson
son Robinson 4, Lisondro 1, Luebke 6.
Base on balls off: Robinson 3,

Lisondro 1, Luebke 5. Left on

base: Kings 8, Marlboro 9. Pitch

ers record: Robinson 2 runs, 5
hits in 6-13 Innings; Ferguson
3 runs. 8 hits in 0 innings (pitch.

ed to 4 batters) Winning pitch pitcher:
er: pitcher: Luebke (7-1). Losing pitch

er: Robinson (5-3). umpires:

Thornton, Williams, Hinds. Time

of game: 2:41.

The Legion, one of the real

Harkhorses In the current At

lantic Little League race, put

together ten hits for as many

runs on Monaay airarnoun u
the Margarita Ball Park to
down the Pirates by a 10 to 2

score.

Wardle Redman of tht

glon team not only gave up but
three hits but was one of the
big stickers for his own club as

he banged out a double and a

pair of one Base Diows. uniy
oeoffrev ThomDson. who had a

doub e and single, ana. jswaia

Wiberg with a two bagger could

solve tne slants or waraie.

Jackie Blair, who caugnt

nice game for the Legion, was
his club's power as he hit two

doubles and a single In four
trips to th eplate. Young Orrin
Clement, shortstop for the win winners,
ners, winners, impressed the fans with
his excellent fielding and strong
throwing. Henry Shirk helped
the cause as he got two for
three, a single and double.
The box score:

POLICE PALS

Hakanson, Richl, ss 3 0 0

Crump, c. 2J0
Hotsko, 2b. 3 0 2
Karbinski. n 3 12

Smith,-Woody, lb. 3 0 0 Jl

Mason, 3b. r jo oq

Owen, cf. 10 0 19

Favorite, if. a o o ;0
Hakanson, Louis, cf 2 0 0 0

Totals
Line score:

Elks

police Pals

23 t 4 2

Oil 100-3
011 0002

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Atlantic Twilight Baseball

Team
Powells
CHS
Bells

CHS-Alumni 4 :

W L
2 0
S
0 2

Pet.

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1.000

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Third-Place Fight

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SECOND GAME ?
CERVEZA BALBOA
".""" ABRHPO

Parrls,: 2b.
Moore, ss.
Roberts, lb.
Lopez, 3b.

Grenald, cf.

P. Osorio, If.

Kellman, c.
Hay, rf.
Maranda, p.

Sanders, Bob, lb.
Hlckey, ss.
Nnuley, p.
Urrlola, cf.
Spector, cf.
Thompson, e.

Wiberg, rf.
Ebdon, 3b.
Smith, If
Tortoricl, 2b.

AB R
2 0

Totals

20 I I

LEGION

43 13 16 27 12

ClemenfJ jssJi;
Wood, rf.
Coffin, 2b.
Blair, c.
Austin, 3b.
Redman, p.
Shirk, lb.
Dugan, cf.
Paulson. If.

Thomas, 2b, rf.

Totals

Line score:
Pirates
Legion

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"APRIL IN PARIS"

Bartlrome, lb.
Parsons, rf.

Shantz, c, p.

Davallllo, 2b.

Schmidt, rf-lb.

Wllhelm, ss.

Peeples, If.
Kern, cf.

Clark, 3b.
Frederick, p

Patton, c.

Totals

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

28 1 2 27 15

V1

The Pirates came roaring back

from their defeat of the begin'

lng of the week to show very

well on Wednseday afternoon,
January 14 as they won over
the Coca Cola Bottlers 3 to 2 In
a very hard fought battle. Each
team collected three hits as
both Jim Ebdon and Ralph

Bender pitched fine ball.

Frankie Tortoricl got two of
the pirates hits, both nice bunts
to third base. Everardo Urrlola,

who had to leave the game on

Monday because of soreness In

one of his eyes, regained his
batting eyesight as he hit a long
line drive over the right-center
fiejd fence. Many t of the
spectators' claimed that this was
the longest ball yet driven omt
of the park.
Tommy Hlckey, Pirates short
stop, was the fielding star of
the day when he came up with

back-to-back stops in the fifth
on what appeared to be impos

sible plays to make. His line
throws (toe the runners by half
a step. These games might well
have been the difference be between
tween between victory and defat for his
team, defensively speaking at
least.

Ebdon came up with 11 strike

outs in the first venture of the

season and held the Bottlers

hltless after the second grame.
Bender gave up his hits in the

third and fifth. Urnoia's drive
climaxed the third for the Pi

rates for his homer proved to

be the winning run In the team's

three run splurge.

' i y p fV

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE :

Thursday's Results
BeHs CHS-Alumnl 1.
Sunday's Game (2 pm.)

Powells vs CHS
By TREVOR SIMONS

Jim Mann. making -his first

1959 appearance In the Atlantic

Twilight. League, twirled a tlly

2-hlt lob over the Alumni nine

and gave Bells their first win of

tne season oy a 6 to l count,

Mann had the situation com

pletely under control through

out the contest, striking out
nine Alumni batters and walk

ing onlv on

The lone tally thai deprived

the Bells pitcher of the first

shutout of the season was un
earned, beine socred after left

fielder Janssen had dropped
Dave Ingranm's easy ff ball to

left. Ingram went to second on
a passed ball and scored on
Castillo's single to left.
Dave Mann, younger brother,
started for the Alumni and took
his hardest -.knocks In the first
Inning when -he allowed three

hits and equal. numoer oi runs.

Bells scored another m tne sec

ond. "Corky" Karpinskl, making
his debut on the hill in the Gold

Coast Twilight -loop; took over
in the fourth and hed the win

ners to a pair of hits and two

unaerned runs.

CHS PLAT POWELLS FOB
LEAGUE LEAD TOMORROW
Sundav afternoon at 2 o'clock

Powells and Cristobal High, both

undefeated so far this year will
meet for the league lead. Either
Laurel Hlghley or Jim Haas will
seek the victory for the defend defending
ing defending champs, while Coach In Ingram
gram Ingram is exnected to send Jim
Palumbo after the pace-setting
Powells.
The box score:

Teams K.V At
Kings x'19 6
Marlboro .....,3
Carta Vieja ...,4 3
Cerveza Balboa 1 ; 3

CV
4
6
x
5

1.

CB s.Wv;'-L-vpct,,;-CB;
7 17-? 8'-;;.80

5
4

14,t"i2 ,1,533 rl:

11 J
9 i16.

;.42SJ

3i

v v.-

27 10 10 1

000 0022 3
040 24X-10 10

Score bv Innlnrs

C. Balboa 014 022 400-13 18 1
C. Vieja 000 000 0101 2 1

Summary: Errors: Lopez,

Clark. Runs batted in: Lopez 4,

Moore, P. Osorio. 2, Par Parrls
rls Parrls 3, Kellrnan, Hay. Maranda.

Two base hits: P. Osorio. Ma Maranda.
randa. Maranda. Three base hits: Maran

da. Home runs: Lopez 2, Parrls.

Doubleolays: Parris. Moore, Ro Roberts;
berts; Roberts; Clark.' Davallllo, Schmidt;
Lopez, Parris, Roberts. Hit bat

ters: Shantz (Roberts), wua
nitch: Maranda. Struck out bv:
Frederick 1, Slack 2, Maranda

3. Base on balls off: Maranda
4. Left on base: Cerveza Balboa
4. Carta Vieja 4. Pitchers record record-Frederick
Frederick record-Frederick B runs, 6 hits in 2-13
innings; Slack 8 runs, 10 hits in
4 innings. Winning pitcher: Ma

randa (4-3). Losinp Pltcnpr;

Frederick (1-1). TTmnires: HU-

zinger. HMs. Hnrrelson. At Attendance:
tendance: Attendance: 2,366. Time of game:
2:15.

SCORES

WIBC MEETING

Tomorrow at 1:00 p.m., the
second meeting of the 1958-59
bowling season will be held at
the Margarita Club House. Tt b
imperative that as many WTBC
members as possible attend this
meeting as one of the items to
be voted upon will be the annual
WIBC Tournament and the vot voting
ing voting will determine which side
the tournament will be held on
this year.

The Elks, who came on with
a rush In the second half of last
year's Atlantic Little League,
won their second game of the
current season as they dropped
the Police Pals 3 to 2 Tuesday
afternoon, January 13 In a very
well played game.
Ken Karpinskl lost his second

heartbreaker of the young sea season
son season as he struck out 11 and gave
up only three hits, one of which
was a triole by Nicky Brooks.

Johnny Sanders pitched the
last three innings for the Elks
and allowed but one blngle.
Karpinskl and Johnny Hotsko

did the nittmg ior tne rouce,
each with a nalr of one baggers

while Johnny Sanders and Bil Billy
ly Billy Acheson got into the hit co-

lum for the eiks along witn

Brooks.

The Elks scored In the second

on a base on Dans, iwo passea

balls and a wild pitch. Thev
added a tally in the third with

a wtlk, a passed ball and Ban Bander's
der's Bander's single. The winning run
came in the fourth as Nicky
Brooks unloaded with his triple

and came on to score on a sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice by Ralphle DeBoyrie. The
PolVce put together a run in the
second as Karpinskl opened
with a single, went to second on
a filder's choice and came in on
n infield error. A walk in the
fourth, a passed hall and Kar Kar-plnski's
plnski's Kar-plnski's second hit of the game
accounted for the Pals' second
and final run.
The box score:
AB R H E
ELKS
Will, 3b. SO'OO
Sanders, John, ss-p 0 1 0

Motta, c. 3 0 0 0
Brooks, Nicky, p-ss 3 110

De Boyrle. cf. 110 0
Sanders. Jack. 2b 10 0 1

Acheson, lb. 3 0 10

Brooks. Rlchar. rf 2 n n 0

Manning. If. 110

c6CA ieolA :.rxi v
AB R H E
Conley, ss. 3 0 12
Tobln, lb. 3 110
Tobin, lb. 3 110
Bender, p. 2 0 0 0
Hutchlngs, c. 2 0 0 1
Wllliford, 2b. 0 10 0
CcLeod, 3b. 3 0 10
Stanford, cf. 3 0 0 0
Wainlo, rf. 2 0 0 0
Field, If. 10 0 0
Criffon, Hollls If 10 0 0
Snyder, If. 10 0 0
Totals 20 2 3 3

St. Cyr,2b

Brown, 3b.

Bell, lb.

Stalworth, cf,
Gooding, ss.
Nolan, c,
Janssen, If.

Crawford, rf.
"Mann, J., p

BELLS
4 1

3
4

4
4
3
3
1

3
2
3
0
0
10
0
:S-0

0
0
0
0
1
0
0

lotaia .'...S&12 15 16 .51-$t-

TOMORROWS GAMES (2)
At David; Carta Vieia v. Kln

Came time: 10 a.m.
At Chitre: Marlboro v Csrvwa Balboa'
Came time: 2:30 p.m."
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
, .First game: King 5,vMarlhoro 2
Second game.' Cerve'za Balboa 13, Carta Vlajal

Balboa Brewings

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By VKTbt tfJliAKtW3

wirou irw 4 ne also; piasted1 a

; .'B w?y..teeated.t tmi ism::

iuamuua mrew ms Dest same
of the season ii allowkigi, tttr
Sl?meaTiu & jhro hits.

uoo rreoencK, toe carte Vieja
starter, was hit hunt In hit

and i once-Uiird-i Itthingi tour aadT
U iHack itfarea ae bAter ia re-

uei.

' NoW that the Brewr ir thnm.

tog Substantial improvement the
battle for second place could be
interesting,;;

0 v to
"3 1 0

Totals

27 6 6 21 4 2

PIRATES

Hickey, ss.
Sanders, Bob

Thompson, c.
Urrlola, If.
Wiberg ,rf.
Ebdon, p.
Nunley, 3b, cf.
Sm,lth, Robert,
Gegg, 2b.
Spector, 2b.

-Tortoricl, 2bs3b

lb

cf.

19 3 3 2

CHS-ALUMNI

Hatgi, ss.

Ames, c.

Mann, D., p-cf

Ingram, cf-lb.
Castillo, If.
Detore. If.

Leon, 3b.

Hinz, rf.
Sanders, rf.

Karpinskl. lbp
Legnadler
Irving, 2b.

Totals

24 1 2 21 10 6

ing pitches' duel for" six innings

between Humberto Robinson and
Dick Luebke fin Whaftwis dJBSK
dered to be J MarlboroV crucrst
game, but in the. seventh the ge genuine
nuine genuine thrills were -erased bv Die

strange conduct- mRobjnsttn thil

caused his revovat and justifiab justifiably
ly justifiably so from the game.
The stoutheartedness generally

displayed by other top pitchers
when the victory means everything

to tneir team apparently ran out
on Robbie in the seventh.
We believe that Robinson should
have realized that he was carrying
on hi shoulders the responsibility
of pitching his club to victory in
its most important game of the

season against the most powerful

club in the Loop. From all indica

Hons it would appear as if Robbie

wanted to call it a night after the

six scoreless1 'innings he worked

and the discussion bh the toenail

ing call became an ideal pretext,

Although others have tried to

make it appear different, we have

maintained and the records will

bear is out that Robinson has

picked up the most of his victories

at the expense of the weak-hitting

Carta Vieja Yankees. He has not

seen much action against the hard

hitting Kings nor against the
Brewers, who have a respectable

team batting average despite their

last place position. Last season it
was the same thing with Robbie

against Cerveza Balboa.

We don t know at what stage of

this season Carta Vieia showed

great power. To affirm that Rob

bie loves to pitch against the

strong clubs .ia an overstatement.

Cricket News

Whatever f
Happened to ..
BIBB FALK
Bibb Falk came uo as an out

fielder with the Chicago White

Sox in W20. the year the "Black

Sox" scandal broke as a result of

the 1919 World Series. Those were
shaky days for the White Sox in
particular and baseball in general

but he quickly won a steady job

and stayed with Chicago umu
traded to Cleveland in 1929. He

played for the Indians three more
seasons, winding up with a life

time' average of .314. His high bat

marks were .352 for the l!K4

White Sox and .345 for the same,

club two years later.

Whatever happened to BiUD
Falk? Now 59, he is baseball

coach at the University of Texas

in his old home town. He has de developed
veloped developed 10 Southwestern Confer

ence champions and two jncaa

title winners since 1940.

Today ENCANTO 5c.

Brigltte Bardot in
"LA PARIS1ENNE"
Prohibited for Minors
Under 18
Dean Stockwell in
"CARELESS YEARS"

Totals

20 3 3 1

HONOR GOLF CHAMPS

NEW YORK (UPI) National
golf Champions and are title-holders
will be honored at the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Golf Writers Association

I dinner Jan. 27. c..ft

The 1959 cricket season will
open on the Atlantic side on
Sunday, February 1st, with last
year's winner. Excelsior C.C. go going
ing going against the ever dangerous
Wanderers C.C. Three other

clubs Midland, Surrey, and
Crairwell. are nrepared and

ready for action in the succed-

lng games.

League officials anticipate

another successful season, even
more so than last year when

four clubs attracted a large

turnout of fans to each game.,.

The entrance of the Crarweli

club In the League this season
will undoubtedly provide for
keener all around competlllon.
This group played in' former
years under the names of "Fen "Fen-wicks"
wicks" "Fen-wicks" and "Chaeres", and have

always been noted for their
playing ability and competitive

spirit.

ah imii'Wu Played on

the Rainbow City ground until
March 29 when the Mount Hope
Oval will become available. The
League officials are: H.V. Pnr Pnr-ket.
ket. Pnr-ket. president; D'Elman Clarke,
secretary-treasurer, and Perci Perci-val
val Perci-val Samuels, recording secretary.
GRAHAM COACHIS MIAMI
, MIAMI (UPI)-Former. Ovt.

land Browns auarterbck Otto

Grham will coach the University
nf Miami signal callers .in spring

football practice.

Conlin Tq k Jusl ;
9 Minufes To Give
Syracuse 7fh Vih

Unltad prast IntaYnattonal
Ed' Conlin. needed' juit'hine vii-"?
tttes Thursda'Wihrto'Bive Syr-'

Conlin scored 15 points in a sec second
ond second period spre -tip give the Na-"
tionals an 111-105 victory; over

Minneapolis and move Syracuse to:
within two games of New York to"

the Eastern Division, race. :

Philadelphia edged jtheKnlckcr-.
bockers, 95-91, in the opener of "a
National Basketball (-Association
doubleheader at Syracuse. .
The Nats and Lakers were tied
33-all early in the second quarter
when Conlin-staged his spurt to
give Syracuse v 52-43. margin.
Minneapolis closed to 108-105 in -the
last minvte, but three charity charity-.tosses
.tosses charity-.tosses by th. Nats decided the
issue.; Dolph Shayes i- and Hal
Greer led Syracuse -with 21 points
each. Conlin had 17. Elgin Baylor
topped the Lakers with 19.

ion-. NBAscring -honor s,r dropped

m JU;,.p (H-ta as Kthe n Warriors
whipped New York for the1 fifth fifth-time
time fifth-time in eight games.

The second half of the fast night

twinbi 1-free of the pressure as
was in evidence in the opener opener-saw
saw opener-saw the .Brewers unleash, a 16-hit

attack against Carta, Vieja. pitcbhg

Manager Leon Kellman fielded

eight native players behind the
Canadian Georges Maranda and

they all looked well.,.' w Pdttpmadinj' tt-82 with'

Hector itmwmmwo wwm.,n mMM Mleld the
runs OTCtKe' gwliel3,i feffce Knickf o p? neaket. A
not of therAguadulce, variety jump shetbyWo9lfe Sauldsbcrry
driving in four runs to Jtake over with a minuteN? to go gave the

batted m departmentgfr'dnr Mrl-game.r Kenny xSear paced New
boro's Bill Gabler. Clyde' Parris York with OTpoiats.

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Bombers Pilot
Replaces Cronin
By BOB SALMON
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la PLATMNPEI (L. to r.) Td (Porky), Oliver, tunner-up
ii 195$ l4tr4toumey; Robert df Vlcnzo, who ( holds the
course record at the Panama GNlf Club and who has won the
Argentine Championship many times, and Herman Barron,
winner of Hie 190,000 'Tam O'&liamef TUUfneTtt XMOge, are
returnlne sto piY In th fljLOOO Panama JDaviUtional Open
OoU dharfpionsWprto be .plfeed at the Panama Golf Club
Jan. 29, $0, 31 and Feb, 1. .

Butllells Halimi To

By JACK CUPDY
. it-:
NEW YORK (UPD The Nation National
al National Boxing Association's executive
committee almost shad tears on
Thursday ovef middleweight
champion Ray Robinson's tax tax-esused
esused tax-esused title-defense delays, but it
ordered little Alphonse; Halimi f
France to risk his bantam crown
within three months.
Sugar Ray's presentation of his
tax plight was so effective that
the committee, iVjpt, .only accepted
hla assurances c. Mym befPW
June butatfiangeapr. aitom,
officials to ease the qUickx.fNS,
den of boxers and otner atnieies.
Cus D'Amato, manager of heavy
weight champion Floyd Patterson,
satisfied, the committee wita hs
explanation! that Floyd's title 4e 4e-fenses
fenses 4e-fenses against Hurricane Jackson,
Fete Rademicher and Roy Harris
were justified by the contender contender-ratings
ratings contender-ratings of Jackson and Harris,
and by a contenders' "black list"
against Patterson when he es escaped
caped escaped amateur Rademaeher.
WIHiln "Reasenable Time"
D'Amato alio assured the com committee
mittee committee Patterson would make his
next defense "within a reasonable
time" against a fete contender,
and. if lacceisfulf would defend;
again within thryear. ;r.
Umar Clark, heavyweight of
Cedar City, Utah, "was given
rough handling when the commit committee
tee committee banned kinr ow else
from fighting more than one tppon-
By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI) Frank
Lane, for one. would welcome
Bill Veeck back to the majors.
"rU-wtainl be glad to see
him baCk,V aaid the Cleveland In Indians'
dians' Indians' general manager today.
"He'll pepf 'up -vfth-; Amnpn
League, t
per centv
SOU.
Lane cbucWeSdS44'
and I tvmWWW-l
That's s(trferstif,;
Frantic txvOMf. f
get togtbtnaanad6feMe
as-oommon as fluttering pennants
at Yankee-Stammn.
Laic asked, "is it certain Bill's
buying into the White Sox?"., He
expla&ed, "I was down to. Ha-,
van, vou know, and all Ive
heard since J .came, back .were.
. thoie1 unconfirmed reports.
Pvrcheae Almet Certain
The writer gave his inside info
to Lane, but felt like a guy send,
ing pineapples to Hawaii as he
dill ft; for he doubted' that Senor
Lane- was as unmformed as ne
proteased -.-..--A...
Anyway, the writer told Frank
tt's practically certain' that Veeck
and Hank Greenberg will Buy 49
per. cent of the White Sox 'stock
for about $2,700,000 from Mrs.
Dorothy 1 CemUkey R!gny before
tneir optional deadline, 'Feb. 11
Lnucn tomiskey--Insists upon
holding the 54 per eent controlled
by him and hla wife. He wilt con continue
tinue continue with the olubyi but (probably
as presmeni msteaaaf n viee pres-

rjj; Ui.i"f 1
tt t 1
i-V t 'i '"It 1 ii
X J. visp-vf n I

eut a night In NBA territory "to
prevent a revival of the old saloon
and circus days in boxing."
Clarke is the ambitious lad who
has been trying to knock out from
three to six men in a night.
Since Clark's home state, Utah,
has no boxing commission, the
committee voted to send a letter
to the goveror of Utah, warning
Hum of the risk of fatalities by
permitting parades of probably
unfit oDDorienU to meet Lamar or
others like him. The letter al
will urge the establishment of a
Utah, state Athletic Commission,
.Vinson Mpptari
feobby Gleason, manager of
heavyweight contender Nino vai
des of Cuba, appeared at the com
mlttee meeting and p r o t e s t e d
ranking of vsioes third among
contenders instead of first.
Bantamweight champion Halimi,
who hasn't had a title fight since
Nov. 6, 195T -- partially because
of an injured hand was ordered
to sign by Feb. Is for a defense
not later than ADril 15. Otherwise.
the NBA will withdraw recognition
of him as champion.
At Milan. Italy Thursday, qra-
mote'r George Psrhassus of Los
haa; agreed to defend between
jwsrcn au ana April b si jls An Angeles
geles Angeles or San Francisco against the
winner of a Joe Becerra-Mario
D, P0tl,Lb Angeles Olym Olympic,,.
pic,,. Olympic,,. Feb. J. -,f M .. ,, j.
FRAiEY
rectors Chuck and his wife, and
Veeck and Greenberg. According Accordingly
ly Accordingly Bill and Hank are expected to
have voting power at directors
meetings equal to mat ot unuca
and his wile.
Whether Chock will insist upon
continuing as general manager is
uncertain., -J.
t Xiirvw ,v, urith Veeek on the
niie'iDXwiu d cauea tne r
Hflelnr Wlbre-even if he docs-

5J?jSt?ifl!t go-as iax m ordering midgets

into tne une-up.
Over the phone' to Cleveland,
the writer asked Lane if he had
arty Indiaa-Sox deals in mind for
Veeck. 1
''But Rin and I will certainly cook-
up something in. a hurry.
yeck, will be returning to the
majors for the first time since
nil tale of the St. Lou s Browns'
franchise to Rltimnr pi-hub
Ave.. years ago. His flamboyant
promoung was unable to boost the
Browns out pt the doldrums al although
though although tt previously had suceeJcd
remarkably witt the Cleveland In-
LOOT)6M'fUPiVSA coroner
returned a verdict ef suicide t ester
aayi me aeatn of William C.
Curtis 59, jiwho attached wires to
aa electric light socket, wrapped

"Tcllmbed Into afuir oathtub and!

, BOSTON (UPI)-Bucky HarrU.

onetime "boy wonder" of. base-:
uau, iouk ami on uie xew'xuiK
Yankees today and intimated he
intended to knock the pereiinUl
American Leagua pennant winners
oo tneir percn.
The 62 year i old Harris was
named general manager of the
posion neo aox mursday by own,
er Tom Yakev. Harri succeeds
Joe Cronin, who will be formally
named American rl League presi president
dent president in New York Jan. 31. 1
: Harris, whose teams won three
pennants and two world cham
pionships in his managing days,
said the position was "the high
spot of my career. It's -the best
job I've ever had,"
warns explained that the first
great thrill in his caieer was win
ning the pennant and World Se Series
ries Series with Washington in 192i liis
first year as manager second
baseman and at the tender- ant
of 27.
He led the Senators to then-
second straight pennant the fol following
lowing following year but lost the series to
the Pittsburgh Pirates. Hi anr-
ond world championship came 22
years later, in 1947, when he
managed the New York Yankees
to a seven-gsme series win Over
the Brooklyn Dodgers.
"A bigger htfh spot could bap bap-pen
pen bap-pen here with Boston," wis all
that Harris would say cryptically.
nut tne remark carnea a warn warning
ing warning to the Yankees to look to their
laurels. .i tu
It was only one year after the
1947 World Series triumph tiia,t
New York cut Harris loose. Bucky
was slated to move into the gen general
eral general managership of the Yanks
when Larry MacPhail sold his in interest
terest interest in the club in 1948 a8ad
George Weiss was brought In,
Weiss promptly fired Harris, who
had to battle back 'rom the mi
nor leagues a second time before
landing with the Senators again
in 1950.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA
The first night pistol match of
1Q4Q ua tirA at-fka Salkna flnn

Club range Tuesday the.lStk xrflpoutical power. As a member of

Jnu4ryrTe "greater partT of tfttfjWe boxing commissionr Big Jim

isthmus shooting crowd was pre present,
sent, present, including members of Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side navy and Cristobal Gun
Club group. The range was filled
to near capacity level.
The course of fire was the
Camp Perry Course and Short Na National
tional National Match Course, both fired
with the .22 pistol.
Match winnjr, and firing the
highest score yet fired on this
night course, Sgt. T. Nuanes, U.S.
Airforce, Albrook with a very cre creditable
ditable creditable 576 out of a possible 600.
1st expert, Sgt. B. E. Gregory,
edged out of first position, H. F.
zs m i t h 552 1st sharpshooter,
Ens. M. J. Fetzer, U.S. Navy, Rod
man Naval Statio 538. 1st marks marksman,
man, marksman, H. F. Bright MN2, U.S. Navy
Rodman Naval Station 513.
Night pistol matches will conti continue
nue continue to be held on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month
at the Balboa Gun Club range
near Farfan Beach with firing
starting at 730.
The next match at Balboa Gun
Club will be the regular? monthly
jnra approved i gun pistol match,
ounaay, January s.t
PEDRO Miami
Lee Csrr says that he is going
to throw a different brand of birds
at the Pedro Mgiuel Gun Club on
Paraiso Hill to initiate their new
Skeet Range.
' If you have any 'confidence that
you can hit his brand of orbitin
disks come out there Sunday
Jan. II, at 10 a.m. and be prepar-
u tor wmi ran sKeet snootmg.
NBA Convention
Closes Following
Chamns' Promlses
NEW YORK (UPD-lJtecutive
committeemen 'of the Natioual
Boxing Association, left for their
home towns today, after having
received assurances that cham
pions Floyd Patterson Jugar Ray
Robinson and Alphonse Halimi
will defend their Utlei.
Cus D'Amato, manager of heavr
yweight ehamplon Pattersbni at.
sured the committee meeting
Thursday that'-Floyd would mame
not only one," but-: two defenses
in 1959 the first to be signed
"within a resionabie time."
Robinson, middleweight ruler,
promised a. .defense before-- June.
Ex-champion Carmen Basilio was
mentioned r m e I i .prominently,
among, the contenders.
'The committee- issued a' warn-
ing that Halimi of France must
defend his. bantamweight; title
within three months or the NBA
would withdraw its championship
recognition.
Almost simultaneously with that
warning, came an announcement
from Milan, Italy, Halimi ad
agreed to defend between March
30 and April Sat Los Angeles
or San Francisco' for : promoter
George Parnaisns, against the
winner of a, Joe Becerra-Mario
u'Agata bout at the loi Angeles

TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS

side, and happiest of all was their young cheerleader, Trudy Siegfried. Others shown above are: Captain Joseph Grezaffi, company commander; Pfc Jessie Miller
assistant coach; Col. Cecil Himes. Army Atlantic Area commander; Sp4 Carl Randall, Pfc. James C. Reaves, Sgt. Robert E. Fields Sgt Robert Darsnek Pfc Ger'
wnURepf;Pfi?0,?aTE- IT?' gh?0Wi9'ivst L!) DPau' Bugas SP Robert Stallworth. Sp4 Paul M. Colvin, Pfc. Ronald E.Trnet "ffi Jlmmie
Williams, Pfc. Smitty J. Lee, Sp4 Joseph C. Steencken, Pfc. Edward Pinckney and 1st Lt. Ross Winnie coach. (U S Armv Photn)

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Th prize fighter who gave .Jade.
Demptey the most trouble was
tne late Harry wuis. iosi aim
much in prestige and money, and,
quite conceivably, the champion championship
ship championship itself. .and yet they never
met.'.
Singularly, that was the source
of all the trouble. If they1 had met
thefe would be no need to set the
record straight. The result would
have taken care of that with head head-stonft
stonft head-stonft ftnalitv.
Journalistic flashbacks, evoked
by the recent death of the oia
Black Panther, paid greater honor
to the fictions than the facts of
the situation. Considering thU the
source material contemporary
newsoaper accounts, had original
ly set the pattern, this was un
derstandable, u not excusaDie.
Wills had strong, energetic, vo vocal
cal vocal support, spear headed by Big
Jim Farley, just emerging as a
was passionately dedicated to fis
tic' justice; as a Democratic lead leader
er leader he was not altogether indif
ferent to Harlem commendation
and prospective rewards.
Demosey wasn't too popular a-
round here at the time. Bar-room
patriots still felt outraged that he
had not beaten Pershing and the
A. E. F. vansuard to Pans, and
told him off in brave, bold, sudsy
invective.
So. calculated charges that he
was afraid of Wills, was racially
prejudiced, had even bought off
the Panther for $50,000 through a
collusive promoter, found a res
ponsive market, and were also un uncritically
critically uncritically echoed in certain sympa
thetic segments of the press. The
distortions and misconceptions
thus created and encouraged
were to have a long, embarrassing
run.
The, harassment reached an au au-diciously
diciously au-diciously contrived peak in old Ma Madison
dison Madison Sauare Garden. Dempscy
had agreed to box a benefit show
exhibition. But when he stripped
for action, the sparring partner he
was to box. .tfui rate, u me
mory serves. .wasn't there. In Instead,
stead, Instead, Wills stood scowling In the
opposite corner.
Didn't Down-Rate Tunney
We don't remember ever asking
Demnsey whether he had been fore
.warned. Anyhow, he took the plant
in stride waited until the derisive
shouting subsided, then carried out
his assignment, wnat wpuia wins
have done if Dempsey had gone
for him?. ."He would have fought
him," his manager, Paddy Mullins
who had set the secene, winked.
"but not that night."
There was only one reason
Dempsey didn't fight Wills, Tex
Rickard wouldh't promote it. Rick
ard had come out of the Johnson Johnson-Jeffrie,
Jeffrie, Johnson-Jeffrie, fight with many unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant memories and wanted no part
of. another mixed match involving
the heavyweight, chantpionship.
Dempsey, on tne other hand,
was eager to fight Wills, and now
we come to the conjecture that
the old Panther cost him his title.
Keen in mind that at no time did
Dempsey regard Gene Tunney as
a soft touch.
One nirht we sat with the cham-
Slott and his fiddle-sawing father,
iram, on the front porch of a
cottage in the North Carolina bills,
where I1 was training for his come
back and Dresentlv for the first
time we were made aware of hi
concern.
"Tunney's the worst kind of op op-ipdnerit
ipdnerit op-ipdnerit for me;"' he said. "He's
young, fast and strong and ive
been away tor- three years. That's
why I --wanted' Wills. He's big and
Strang; too, but he's slow. I could
tag him any time I wanted, but
meanwhile I'd be getting a cood
work' under fire, shaking off the
rust, regaining the feel of the ring
Tunney won't be easy to catch.
Ilia lA0a ... tun rinA
itvfto w (UUU.
Jack's Second Mistake
Actually, at one stage, Demp.y
Ignored Rickard and stalked the
Panther under independent spon spon-aorihfn.
aorihfn. spon-aorihfn. This brines m la the a.Vl..
000 Wills got for not fighting him.

The Blue Devils from C Company,

tured as a bribe to call off the
challenger.
Here's whst happened Floyd
Fitzsimmons, a Dempsey intimate
promoted in the Midwest; he talk talked
ed talked the owner of the Oliver Hotel
in South Bend, Ind., into bank roll rolling
ing rolling a Dempsey-Wills fight. The in innocent
nocent innocent was to give Wills $50,000
to sign, Dempsey $125,000.
Wills got his, but when Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey was asked to accept $35,000
in cash, the remainder in paper,
he pulled out,
"That was my second mistake
with Wills," the old Manassa Maul Maul-ler
ler Maul-ler tells you today. "I mean, I
should have pocketed the $35,000.
My second was in not belting him
out when he popped up in the ring
that night. But I was saving him
for a big gate and, of course, I
had no way of knowing then it
would never materialize."
Pacific' Softball
League Results
Standings
Teams W L Pet.
Abernathy Unispwt 4 o l.ooo
Pan Iiquido 3 1 Ml
Jantzen 1 2 .333
Ambassadors 0 4 .000
Msriners 0 0 .000
Next Week's Games
Monday, Mariners vs Ambassad Ambassadors.,
ors., Ambassadors., Tuesday, Pan Llquido vs Jantzen
Wednesday, Ambassadors vs Ma Marines
rines Marines Thursday, Jantzen vs Abern. Un-
'Friday, Pan Liquido vs Marines
UNISPORT WINS
FOURTH GAME
Making a strong come back in
the sixth inning to tie tne Am Ambassadors
bassadors Ambassadors at nine runs, Aberna
thy Uniaport went ahead to top the
heartbroken Ambassador U-10
Wednesday.
Frtlz Cheney got his first pitch pitching
ing pitching assignment this season but
failed to complete five innings as
Abernathy had to bring Lou Hil Hil-zinger
zinger Hil-zinger fa- the second straight day.
Ed Spivey, a newcomer to the
league, .vent the distance for the
goodwill players.
Repeating with a five-run first
Inning, the Unisport big guns
blasted Spivey for four hits in including
cluding including Hilzinger's homer to right
cent-. The Ambsadors worked
Cheney in the fifh for four bases-on-bails
and two hits for a two-run
lead before manager De La Ma Mater
ter Mater pulled Chwiey.
Scoring li, the first snd aiYh
inning, the good-willers were fac faced
ed faced with a crucial last inning but
nei-vous infielders after two ou's
threw away the best game played
by the lastplace Ambassadors.
A single, passed ball, stolen
base and two errors were enough
to keep Unlspo.i winning their
fourth consecutive game this sea
son.
Hilzlnger waa credited with his
second pitching wi this week as
Spivey took the defeat.
The Boxscore:
Unltport
Taht
Woodruff
Hilzlnger
Flynn
Hooper
Trout
Chance ;
Soyster -Cheney
De Ls Mater
Roberto
Ambessadert
HVsldez
Durkin
Vargas
Everett
Davils
Her-era
Fish
Anderson, , ,
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Boston, SI. Louis
Running Away With
Pro Basketball Races
Boston and St. Louis are serv serving
ing serving notice on the rest of the Na National
tional National Basketball Association to
"wait 'til next year."
The Celtics beat back a late
New York rally to win, 123-112,
and take a even game le-l nver
the Knickerbockers in the Eastern
Division. The Hawks also h"l p i a
Piston surge to whip Detroit, 114 114-108,
108, 114-108, and gn lOVi eme mar margin
gin margin in the Westa-n circuit.
Syracuse de'eaieH PI'MacHnMa,
119-104 in the opening game of a
Boston doubleheader.
Bill Russell and Bob Cousy
combined o' 30 poins to givp the
Celtics a 66-55 halftime advan advantage.
tage. advantage. Trailins: 101-80 in the list
quarter, New York closed the gap
to seven po'its with wn rnii'itpq
remaining. Russell then scored
two oulck oals to ice g"me.
He and To.nmv Heinsnhn nrh
had 35, pole while Kenny Searr
nou jor new xorx.
St. Louis, with 41 baskets in 79
attempts, squandered a 104 80
margin midway in the fourth pe pe-rr'l.
rr'l. pe-rr'l. 'Vtrni rh-H to inq-io1 on
lost the battle with the clock,
r'if ut- th h, ,). ,.!,
38 points. Walt Dukes scored 25
for Detroit.
Johnny- Kerr and Togo Palazzi
,combH the b'ckbrr 'i a-d
scored 34 points between them In
tne se'-ond half o down th War
riors Kerr had 25 and Palazzi 23
un- ine mgnt. Paul Arizin topped
Philadelphia with 34.
ORIOLES HIRE OWEN
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)-Thr
Baltimore Orioles have hired for former
mer former ma jor lea cue catcher Mirlrv
Owen as a scout. Owen, 41, will
seek Baltimore talent in a mid
west area t.ht includes, Oklaho
ma, Iowa, Nebraska. Kansas Ark-
ansas' and Missouri.

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Kobbe Leads PAF Baseball
Race After First 2 Weeks

After two full -eeks of play, the
raj Diseoaii race is Degmmng :o
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take shape.
The Fort Kobbe Regulars won
their first four games to take sole
possession of firs, place. The
Clayton Cavaliers won their first
three but dropped their last two
to remain in second place. The
Army Atlantic Falcons have play played
ed played 500 ball so far, winning two
and losing two.
The Albrook Flyers lost their
first two, but have come back
strong, playing their best game
o: the season Wednesday atfe
noon, defeating the Kobbe Regu Regulars,
lars, Regulars, 2-0. The Amador Troopers
lost four in a now before finally
beating the second place Caval Cavaliers
iers Cavaliers Wednesday, 7-3.
This weekend all teams will see
action. The Amador Troopers are
at home on Saturday and Sunday
against 'Armv AHnntin nH thm
smt'mrrJmvw" Ai:
DrooK wm be at home on Satur.
day against Fort Clayton. Army
Atlantic will host league Ieaytng
nooue Regulars on Sunday. All
games will begin at 2 p.m. except
the Albrook-Clayton game Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, which starts at 7 p.m.
Wednesday Jan. 21, the Ama
dor Troopers are at home again
the Cavaliers from Clayton, be beginning
ginning beginning at 2 p.m. That evening he
Albrook Flyers will play host to
Fart Kobbe at 7 p.m.
The tables were turned on the
Kobbe Regulars Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon as Dick Greenfield won his
second game of the season shut shutting
ting shutting out the Regulars 2-0. The
league leaders had won four in
a row before falling to the fourth
place Flyers.
Greenfield struck duf 11 Re Regulars
gulars Regulars in registering his first
shutout of the season. He gave
up only five hits and was help helped
ed helped by feven Kobbe errors. Until
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only eight in four games.
Troopers 7, Clayton 3

The Amador Troopers final y
broke into the win column Wl Wl-nesday,
nesday, Wl-nesday, and against the right
team, as thty defeated they Cla.' Cla.'-ton
ton Cla.'-ton Cavaliers 7-3. The trooper i,
who lost their first four in a row,
pounded two Cavaueis piiche s
lor nine hits, four for extra base i.
Troopers hopes for possible fi- -ture
victories dimmed ir a wni t,
however, as shortstop Harry
Shaw, hitting at a .357 clip, w; tj
injured in Uie iirst inning ware
trying to make out at secoi d
base. His hand was stepped to
and required 15 stitches, meanirg
he'll be out of action for at lea it
two weeks.
Bob Castleman was on the moui d
for the Troopers, walking 10 b t
striking out a like number. Dav d
Fritze was the big man at tl
plate, getting three hits in five
trips, two oi them doubles. Rog r
Williams also had two hits aid
drove in two runs.
The Troopers scored five tlm i
in the third inning against H -old
High on a walk, three straig t
singles, Fits Glasgow's triple aid
a single by catcher Irv Hayne;.
The Cavaliers pushed across tv;;'
runs in the forth on a walk, in
infield error and a wild pitch. J a
the seventh, a double by k'm,
a single a passed ball and an em i
for two more Troobers tall;:

The Cavalier ended their scorirg
In the ninth on two singles au
another walk.
SIGNS GIANT PACT
NEW YORK (UPD-Harry Jef Jefferson,
ferson, Jefferson, voted service football i
"most valuable player" whi a
playing with the Quantico Marim s
last year, has signed a contrail
with the New York Giants. J' J'-ferson
ferson J'-ferson was a star halfback at Ws
University of Illinois.

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, fester cottaeas. between Siiti
en',Clara Ri H.to. New low
,. teres. Phono Balboa 2830.

Hpuses
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-Hiihed
Hiihed fur-Hiihed house with throo bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms and throo private bath-
reems, livinaroom, diningroom,
kitchen, private oWiea, 2 porch porch-s,
s, porch-s, maid's ejuarters and two ga garages
rages garages in Campo Aleore No. I,
Elvira Mende Street, in front of
the Panama Hotel. For detailt call
3-7206.
FOR RENT: COTTAGE, 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms air conditioned, furnished
includes Bendix washer, freeier..
Larue livingroom, porch, terrace,
oenereus patio. Protected against

" Burglars, uoir ncignn n,
?5eparate maid's quarters. shoe
' bohio. Minimum period 3 months

starting March. 5Z50. teiepnone
4-1391.

ittf 10R RENT ;J Largo house appro appro-piate
piate appro-piate for offices in 35th Street.
Next to National City Bank.
. Prone 3-7658.

FOR RENT: Fumishedf heuse
for one year or moro. Telephone
3-1971.

Minor Leaguers
iome Up Vilh New
;: Promotion Plan
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Mi Mi-KasAhall
KasAhall Mi-KasAhall officials hope

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to give their treasuries a million
dollar shot in the arm with a new
Vjjromotion plan announced Thursday.

junior ivnjgim uivmuvii. n c
' tL. Trautman said the nine tripk-

A, M douDie-A, 4 smgie-A, jb
iu Tl 91 rU C and 39 class

' D citiea have ndorsed the plan,

first presented at nit annual con-
nf .Via National AssAriatioTl
TllWlu "
o Professional Baseball Leagues
Hi 51 ueo. x jh naguragiua.
The program offers national ad
vertisers a package deal that in includes
cludes includes 40-foot segments of adver
tising space on the inside of en

i closing ball park fences, 30-second
commercial; each game on public
address systems, one sponsor's

t night each season when the pub
' lie will be th guests of the ad

t vertiser.

The advertiser will pay each
mple-A club participating $5,000:
$4,000 to a double-A club; $3,500
for class-A, and $2,000 for classes
B, C, and D.
Plan, Inc., of New, York, pro
fessional leagues advertising net
work, will sell the program to na
tional advertiser, hut m I n n i
leaeue officials will nfirfnrm ra
earch in the program and carry
out the financial disbursement to
the clubs.
Plan is a corporation specially
organized py Trautman and Rob
-ert M. Fenster an executive of
the Wall Street Journal, for the
purpose of aiding minor leagu
baseball.
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Advertiss in this section Ads only cost $25.50 per month
FOR INFORMATION CAU 2-0740

For sale
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FOltf AUTOMOBILE
l$270.00
RATTAN LUX
RJRNITURE
IN NlCKELCADMltiti
EVERLASTING BATTERY
Foto International
, 155 Central Ave.
, Corner 'K" 6treet
1 bloclwitoin Railroad
i Station.

Apartments

FOR RENT: Boat located one
room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, clean and cool, Che Che-lis
lis Che-lis Building Apartments. Camp
Alogre, talephono 3-7658.
FOR RENT: front February 1st,
top floor in Ecuador Avenue, No.
14, three bedrooms, two sittinf
rosins, maid'i room, terrace, hot
water. Apply downstairs.
FOR RENT: On 48 Street Bella
Vista modern two bedroom Apt.
On 46 St reel, Rivera Apts.,
another two bedroom apartment,
dining, living, porch, balconies,
two bathrooms, maid's room and
garage. Call Panama 2-4696.
From 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR RENT: Beautifully and
completely furnished apartment
in Bella Vista, Ave. Mexico 69,
near 43rd Street. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Ideal modern one
bedroom apartment for a ba bachelor
chelor bachelor or a couple near El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel, $65.00, call 3-3421.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished two bedroom apartment, hot
water, Campo Alegre, linen,
dishes. Phone 3-5024.
Atlantic Side
Retired Workers
Hold '59 Meeting
The Canal Zone Retired Work
ers Association of the Atlantic re region,
gion, region, held their first meeting of
the year at Union Hall last Satur
day.
The meeting was well attended,
there were representatives from
from the Pacific region, after the
regular agenda was attended to
tlit installation of officers for the
January December term was at
tended to with Stephen A. Camp
bell, president f th Pacific re
gion, acting as installing master,
h ww;;s8Utfe(tby; Jowphus : A.
Liverpool vice president of the re
gion, with Oscar A. A. Babb as assisting.
sisting. assisting. Alter all the officers were
installed. Refreshments w r
served and th meeting terminat terminated
ed terminated at 10 p.m.
Six Enlisted Men
Get frQficiency j
Pay In RP Area
Authorization for t awards of
proficiency pay in January to
six More enlisted men in the Pa Panama
nama Panama area by Department of the
Army, was announced by Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, USARCARIB.
The pre pay evaluation board
awarded proficeincv nav to Sf-
Frank J. Harrison, Headquart
ers, uaAKCAKits; Sgt. Charles E.
Barton, Mortar Battery,, lsr ?at ?at-tle
tle ?at-tle Group. 20th Infanrrv Sot B.n.
jamin Toro-Nazario, C. Battery,
im irun Battalion, 517th Artille Artillery,
ry, Artillery, and Sp5 Robert M. Lotz, V..S.
Army Technical Se. vice, Atlantic.
The' commanding officer of the
U.S. Army Garrison, Quarry
Heights, awarded pro pay to
Sp5 Clinton C. Shettle of the Sign Signal
al Signal Communication Section, Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights. Sgt. Edwarc P. Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons Jr., Mortar Battery, lsr Bat
tie Group, 20th Infantry, Fort
Kobbe, was awarded pro pay by
the commanding officer of the
batrlj grjtop.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE-
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
lor rates and Information
Tel. Panama Z-SS.12
Monday thru Friday
t:M a.m. to 12:K).
2:M p.m. tn 5:0t
Saturday: 9M a.m. ,ta-
CARDINAL PRAISES TV
PARIS (UPI) Maurice Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal Feltin. archbishoa 'Of Paris.
praised television yesterday for its
power to Keep i a mi ties nome ai
niSBt.iIa a special Mast in Notre
Dame Cathedral, the cardinal said
"this little screen keeps many to
the family hearth who would
otherwise be tempted to Ibok for
distractions outside the home."
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PLAYWRIGHT PREMIER
COLOMBO, Ceylon (UPI) Solo Solomon
mon Solomon West Ridgway Dias Bandar Bandar-anaike,
anaike, Bandar-anaike, Ceylon's short-story writ
ing premier, has emerged as a
playwriRht. A local theater group
will produce one of his short
works, "Horror of Mahahena," a
detective story about a politician
who li kidnaped on the eve of
ao election.

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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1954 Buick, Super,
four door, new tires, radio
cedent condition, 35,000 actual
miles, duty paid. Call Navy Pa Pacific
cific Pacific 3536, after 5:00 P.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl., standard! shift,
loaded with accessories, excellent
condition, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super,
2-door, hardtop, Dynaflow. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Phono Navy
2550.
FOR SALE: 1958 Volkswagen
with radio, and white walls, 4200
miles. Only $1400 cash. 0774-F
Williamson Place, Balboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth,
fortfor, push button drive, per perfect
fect perfect condition, 11,000 miles,
$1 700.00, will trade for low
priced car. Call Balboa 2-1744.
FOR SALE: '51 Pontiac "8", 4
door sedan $265.00. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3290 or Fort Kobbe
5264.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super.
Fully equipped, goad condition.
Phono 6-451.
FOR SALE: Ford' Vedette 56,
4-door sedan, $1,300.00. 1957
Ford station wagon, 4 door sedan
$2400. 1956 Studobakor
r-nu.B Hawk. $1600.00. AGEN AGEN-CIAS
CIAS AGEN-CIAS COSMOS, S.A. Frangipanl
St front of National Stadium.
Tel. 2-4680
FOR SALE: Baby carriage. En English
glish English make, converts to stroller,'
excellent condition, $25, 0830,
Plank Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet, 4
door Biscayn. Condition (ike
new, only 2500 miles, ww tires,
tone paint, $1900.00. Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3546.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard 4 4-door
door 4-door aedan, radio, automatic
transmission, good condition.
Phone 83-3231.
FOR SALE: Mercedes Bens,
14000 miles $5,000. Also radio
and Hi-Fi Gundig, used two
weeks $265. Tel. Las Cumbrat
2287 or write box 42, Balboa
Heights.
FOR SALE: Spor car in very
good condition. Call Hull Motors,
3-0607.
FOR SALE: Black 1958 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Impale convertible, whit
top. Four months old. Lest than
3000 miles. Power steering,
power brakes, padded dash,
whitewalls "Wondorbar" radio.
$2600. Call Balboa 1367.
Rear Adm. Lyman
Will Command
4th Naval District
NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) The
Navy announced yesterday that
Rear Adm. Charles H. Lyman,
chief of staff of the U.S. Naval
War College heire, had been ap appointed
pointed appointed commandant of the 4th
Naval District which headquart headquarters
ers headquarters in Philadelphia.
Lyman, a World War II com commander
mander commander of the Navy's amphibious
force in the Pacific, will succeed
Rear Adm. Ephirain McLean Jr.
in command of the 4th District.
Lyman, a 1926 graduate of the
Naval Academy is married to the
former Marjorie Leigh Young of
Coronado, Calif., and has one
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Miller Jr.,
of Kinsington, Md.
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: 4 reed chairs. 6
wood and metal chairs, 1 rood
barrell chairs, I Simmons couch.
Balboa 1245, 4246.
FOR SALE: G.E, wringer
washing machine, new 60 cycle
motor. $40.00. Balboa 2-6359.
FOR SALE: 3 piece den set, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Phone 82 82-5240.
5240. 82-5240. FOR SALE: 2 mahogany Bed Bed-tide
tide Bed-tide tablet, 1 mahogany double double-bed,
bed, double-bed, 1 Westinghouse, 60 cycle
refrigerator, 1 Hi-Fi, Thorons
changer, separata speaker tystam,
Halicrafter radio, largo cabinet
with shelf apace, 1 modern floor
lamp. Assorted household fur furnishings.
nishings. furnishings. Call Balbea 2-1367.
FOR SALE: 3 piece living room
set. 1510-A Gavilan Area, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Five piece maho mahogany
gany mahogany sectional livingroom tot,
corner table and and tablet. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition, $300. Thor
semiautomatic washer $50.00.
2471 -A, Cocoli, Navy SI 65.
FOR SALE: Bush center radio radio-phonograph,
phonograph, radio-phonograph, 9 tubes, S tpoeds,
long and short wave.' Phono Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-0147.
FOR SALE: Wilier hart! rock
maple drop loaf table-extendt to
108". Six chairs and custom
mad table pads. Cost $500, tell
$300. Emonon console radio, 3
tpead, phono comb, $75. Call
Navy 3032.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Swedith
contole dining table with 4 ahairt.
Four burner Florence gat range.
Electric oven. Meat slieer, as assortment
sortment assortment of tablos, rugt, chairs.
Vacuum eieaner. 3-0538.
VW Club To Mate
Trip
To Interior
Town Next Tuesday.
Th Panama Canal Zone) VTW
has completed plans for a trip to
the interior town f Ocu Jan. 30
on the day of St. Sebastian, pa pa-tronal
tronal pa-tronal fiest of the town. Cars will
leave from th Diablo Clubhouse
at 5:30 a.m.
Also on the VW Club's program
for this month is a "Moonlight
rally next Saturday evening, Jan
24. All participating cars are re
quested to meet at the Diablo
Clubhouse at 7 p.m. Drivers are
asked to bring a pad and pencil
and a flashlight in order to read
rally instructions en route to the
surprise destination.
It is suggested that, all those at
tending bring a picnic lunch and
drinks if desired. Club members
and prospective members resid
ing in Panama or the Canal Zone
who plan to participate are asked
to eontacJfcMrs. Emmett Douglas
rt. uiayton or Mrs. Gordon
rrn. T -ILL Ipkinpr T-
XlUVi, XiUfo
Unsung Villanova
Cagl Team Wins
Ten Out Of Eleven
Say. how about taking a little
notice of unsung Villanova, which
has won 10 of its 11 games al
ready and is stacking tip as ana
of the surprise basketball powers
in the Easte
The Wildcasts can't be found
among the top 20 teams but prac
tically every game fins them
winding up on top.
Among their victims so far mis
season are Pennsylvania, Duke,
Temple and Seton Hall. Thursday
night, the Wildcats added Bran
deis to the lilt with a 101-75 lick
ing.
It's quite a reversal of form
over the ordinary 12-11 record Vil
lanova posted last season. The
Wildcats' only loss this season
came at the expense of St. Jose Jose-eph's
eph's Jose-eph's (Pa.) after hey had won
their first eight games.
Jimmy Huggard, a 5 foot, 10 10-inch
inch 10-inch sophomore, paced the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats to their 10th triumph Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night when he poured in 26
points. Teammate George Ravel Raveling
ing Raveling also enjoyed a good night
with 18 points and as many re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds. Court action was relatively light
throughout the nation Thursday
night with none of the top 10
teams playing.
Virginia scored its first Atlantic
Coast Conference victory of the
season by beating Duke, 8f-8T, ft
Charlottesville, Va.
George Washington registered
its ninth victory in 13 starts with
a 79-83 decision over Virginia Mil Military
itary Military Institute.
Utah solved New Mexico's de deliberate
liberate deliberate ball control attack to gain
a 76-50 win in a Skyline Confer Conference
ence Conference clash at Salt Lake City.
In other games, Denver licked
Montana, 661; Arkansas Tech
defeated Arkansas A and M, 84-60;
Stetson topped Tampa, 65-58; Flor Florida
ida Florida beat Miami (Fit.), 85 70;
Catholic U. downed Johns Hopkins
75-56, and Buffalo licked Buffalo
Teachers, 70-61

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Beautiful .new pol pollers,
lers, pollers, all hand made. Panama Panama-Auto
Auto Panama-Auto building apartment 4, from
9 to 4 dayly.
FOR SALE:;. Gelding hertej
("Sunny") T yean dd-nativ.
Selling becouM) at lack of family,
Interest Spraguc, Balboa 3637.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE : New outboard boat
18' Ions for. two motors. Built of
Dutch Marin Plywood. Call i i-7744.
7744. i-7744. FOR SALE: Cay uco 16 feet,
rive bait well built In otjuar atom
for 5Vi h p. motor. $60.00. Call
Cristobal 2762.
Dapper Archie
Hurls Barb
At H. Cooper
NEW YORK (BPDffolw Quian
did it with the Braves and .they're
all betting today he'll 4 it again
with the Phillies using the iden
tical methods ha did is Milwau
kee
Quinn, who helped lead the
Braves to a world championship
in 1957 and the National League
pennant last year,, officially takes
over his new Job at general man manager
ager manager of the. last-place Phils today.
He has been given "complete
free reign" by owner Bob Car
penter plus a five-year contract,
which represents the first one he
actually ever has worked under.
His "contracts" always were oral
ones in me past.

Ouinn'siirst two moves -iiwinbrieb.! world championship (twica),

ffeai wita "expansion." He win er
pand the Phils' minor league or organization
ganization organization and the club's scouting
staff exactly as ha did with emi
nently successful results while he
worked for the Braves.
"With Quinn handling the job,"
commented one National League
official, "the Phillies automatical
ly will be the toughest competi
tion to other clubs for signing
young players. He did it with the
Braves and he'll probably have
more money at his disposal with
the Phillies.
"One thing about Quinn," the
official added, "he doesn't, beat
around the bush. You speak to
some other general maaagars
about a deal and they'll say they
have to think about it or they
have to talk to someone. Quinn
gives you an immediate yas or
no. He'll be a terrific asset (or
both Carpenter and the Phillies."
! When Carpenter hired Quinn
last Tuesday, the Phillies' boss
said he was doing so because of
"his excellent record."
That reeord shows that Quinn
converted the Braves fram a aav aav-enth
enth aav-enth place club to a world cham champion
pion champion within a period at five years.
Four Selected For
Command, Staff
Courses By Army
Four V.S. Army Caribbean of officers
ficers officers have been selected to at attend
tend attend command and staff
by Department of the Army, Head
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Boros lit Tie
At Crosby
Golf Tourney
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UPI)
Julius Boros, has won only sev seven
en seven major golf tournaments in his
life.
But he plays his best when
there is big money at stake. So
it's not surprising to find him
tied for the leadership as the sec
ond round gets underway today in
the $50,000 Big Crosby national
oro amateur goll tournament,
richest event of the winter tour a
Boros. in the oast, has won such
events as the National Open, the
ad the Ardmore Open.
First priia her is worth $4,000,
in the pro division, $2,000 in the
pro-amateur department.
Thursday. Julie and Billy Max
well, the former' National Ama Amateur
teur Amateur king from Odessa, Tex.,
each posted 85-32 7.
Rieht on the heels of the lead
ers are John McMullin and Na
tional Oqen champion lommy
Bolt, each with 68.
The cro-amateur division h led
by Maxwell and Dr. Bob Knutson,
san Francisco aenusi. mj
have a best-ball of 11-under par
61, Trailing are Bolt and singer
Don Cherry of Wichita Falls,
Tex., and pro Mike Souchaa ana
merchant Bob Goldwater of Phoe
nix, Ariz., eacn wun im.
Some of the celebrities eame
through to aid the pros m good
fashion. Actor Jim uarner
Maverick, the television show,
paired with pro. George Bayer for
a 63, At the same score came pro
Lionel Hebert and ex-baseball star
Jerry Priddf.
Tied at 68 fct fh pre division
were nuie snotmaKers: rw
champion Dow Finsterwald, Te-
quests, Fla.; Frank Stranahan,
Toledo, Ohio; Masters champion
Arnold Palmer, LatroDe, fa.;
Dog Sanders, Miami Beach, Fla.;
Art Wall, Pocono Manor, Pa.;
Howie Johnson, Glenwoodie, m.:
Bob Goalby, Belleville, Hl. Paul
O'Leary. Wallflower, cam., ana
Bo Wininger, Odessa, Tex
Staff College at Fort Leavenworth
Kans.
' Altstj). Asthony F. Daskevish,
from the U.S. Army Mission to
Venezuela, was selected to attend
the Air War College at the Air
University, Maxwell Air Force
Base, Montgomery, Ala.'
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will be hostess to her-friend am
supporters at an informal part:
to be held tonight at the Agewoot
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Highway.' -i.
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OFFICER STUDENTS Dr. Merrill A. Symonds, head ol the
-Florida Start University program In the Canal Zone, expiate
bachelor -of science "(tegree requirements to three US Arm
Caribbean oMlcers who will leave this month for six month
temporary duty at FSU'to complete their degrees. The officer!
are left to right, Lt.Col. Albert o. Hume, Lt. Col. Tom A Ar
nold; and Capt. Edward. V. Allen (U.S. Army Phot.) ;
Archaeological Group Elects Five;
Maps Plans For Dry Season Efforts

At the December 1958 general
meeting of the Archaeological So Society
ciety Society of Panama the following
slate of officers, as presented by
the nominating conmittee, were
ejected to serve for 1959;
President, Kenneth W. Vinton;
ice president, Dan Sander; secretary-treasurer,
Thebna H. Bull;
research secretary, Albert Turner
and member of board, of direc directors,
tors, directors, Eva M. Harte (3-yer term).
Vinton th new nl-eciHwit tm.

d i f evious. term -in- this'' office

in iw4 ana nas occupied a seat
on the board of directorsprevious directorsprevious-ly,
ly, directorsprevious-ly, al?o.
He is noted writer and lectur lecturer
er lecturer in his field of science and is
an authority on jungle lore and
wild life of Panama. Several of
his recent writings have covered
phases of archaeology in addition
to those in natural history.
His article on the Origin Of
Life On The Galapagos Islands
written in 1951 was selected as
one of the best 25 m We world worldwide
wide worldwide effort of all scientific litera literature.
ture. literature. Presently- Vinton heads the De Department
partment Department ef Physical Science in
the Canal Zone Junior College
where has been an instructor of
science and engineering for the
past several years.
The first meeting of th New
Year will be held on Wednesday
evnff.atTes'JSOJWB Ttfn'er.
A full agenda for the-session has

been planned with the view of ae ae-quainting
quainting ae-quainting the membership with
contemplated future activities of
the Society before many f the
members absent themselves for
work on projects of interest dur during
ing during the dry season.
Of special, interest to meiiberi
will be consideration of a request
that this Society serve as t re regional
gional regional center for. the Institt ia.
teramencano, an eduettioa and
scientific organization. Ia lBSStht
Institute Interamericano beeim
an implementing agency ft the

ruunaauon, inc., ft pnv

objectives.

Itme

ioTX So,ety Publication f or
1958 has been received with n n-thusiasm
thusiasm n-thusiasm favorable rtspons from
archaeological centers in both
n. al ,meric nd tWted
States. This has stimulated the
group to start the New Year with
greater emphasis on pubHsfcng
the outstanding works of its Wtm.
bers. ,
Upon completiohr0f the retalir
business session, a resume -will be
presented of the operation of the
33rd International Congress of A A-mericanists
mericanists A-mericanists held last July in Cos Cos-ta
ta Cos-ta Rica.
A short narration of the work
done by four members of the 'So."
ciety while there wiH be tubole tubole-mented
mented tubole-mented with colored. sUde .illus .illus-trttions
trttions .illus-trttions and an exhibit of art!-

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kraktinfto ROAD entertnsr the Gatun Lakeside town of EscobaJ, where many Panamanian and Zone visitors are expected by
road and launch for "the big agricultural fair which begins there next Friday. (Photoa Peter Koconis)

scobal's Agricultural Fair Is Tourist Attraction

'rfc- Am-iMura! Fair at Esco-

Ki will be inaugurated next Fri

day. The ribbon cutting ceremony
25 President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-la
la Guar-la Jr, will take place in the morn morn-i
i morn-i and the fair wiU be officially
Sened immediately after. It will
iontinue through till 3 p.m Sun Sunday
day Sunday when diplomas and prizes will
be presented by Agriculture Mi Minister
nister Minister Alberto Boyd.
Escobal is on a peninsula facing
Catun Lake, It may be reached by
New Proposols
for Nuclear Test
Ban Conference
fcivGENEVA (UPI)-Western dele dele-Mtes
Mtes dele-Mtes yesterday worked on a new
.V nrnnnsa s designed tO

led up thrthree-power nuclea,
test ban confe

Admitted only slight pap has
,.hN.ved since the talks' with

. Bussia resumed two weeks, ago
' after Christmas recess.
Almost all of the discussion has
eentertd ea hair-splitting airgu airgu-Bients
Bients airgu-Bients over the wording of ajpro ajpro-nosed
nosed ajpro-nosed treaty, article obliging the
iienatories to accept a control net network
work network on their territories to police
any test ban.
. American and British delegates
were working on new sort of
to the Soviet whenthe talks are
Rsumed tnOnday. A scheduled
meeting yesterday was cancelled
at the request of the West

road. Either by a two-hour drive

a two-hour drive from Panama
City or a half hour drive from Co Colon.
lon. Colon. It is necessary to cross the
Gatun Canal Locks and then take

route 23, which is n excellent

condition, but narrow in places.
Special signs will be erected to

guide the way.
Launches and boats will leave

Gatun Wharf, for Escobal, at two two-hour
hour two-hour intervals. The trip will last
approximately one-hour. The fare

will be 50 cents, same as for the

trip overland by bus, of which one
will leave every hour on the hour

from Colon.
Parking space for more than
300 cars is available at the Gatun
Wharf." At Escobal space is being
prepared for more than 509. cars.
By land or1 by water, it is a
beautiful ride. Scenery from the
launch is Gatun Lake, its many
islands, and the large ships passing
by.
Along the road are beautiful
birds, while monkeys and other a-

the talks" with hjmals stay freely all over the

SOUTH BEND. Ind.. Jain.. l7 (UPI) A wind-driven near

blizzard nut South Bend under a paralyzing foot of snow and a

state of emergency last night.
The daylong snow, powered by winds approaching 40 mph,
closed down factories, business and city offices, stores and schools

including nearby Notre D&me university and St. Mary's College.
A total of 15.000 workers were sent home from the big Stude-

baker-Packard and Bendix Corp. factories in South Bend and
nearby Mishawaka, Ind. Other plants dismissed 8000 to 6000 em-'

ployes, while the city Puduc ana parooniai scnoois tola Z0,oo

children to go home.

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1:00, 2:45, 4:40, 6:50, 9:05 p.m.
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PHILIP DUNNE
EDWARD MULT

COLOR by DE LUXE
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WYNTER
JEFFREY
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DILLMAN
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FRANCE
NUYEN

Dlace. Colorful flowers abound

The Department 01 sanitation un under
der under the sUjjePvlglon of Henry Si

mons, president of the fair, nas

already begun operations m pre preparing
paring preparing the drinking water resour resources
ces resources and will be in corrtDlete charge
throughout the fair. There will be

special restaurants, some serving

native foods, others special me

nu for tourists who may s 0 de desire.
sire. desire. A special market will be in oper operation
ation operation selling foods, vegetables and

commercial articles at prices tar
below those of Colon or Panama
City.
Tnere will be dancing halls,
tome featuring native dances and
others witb regular orchestras.
Swimming' areas in the beautiful

Escobal Lagoon will be prepared
for those who may want to pre pretend
tend pretend that they are In some South
Sea Island. Or tourists may stroll

through the lovely valleys and
flower gardens, or to "el Mira Mira-dor".
dor". Mira-dor". Lookout Point, a famous spot
in Panamanian history.
Exhibits f agricultural products
from 20 particinating. villages will
be on show. The most important
industrial firms of Panam: are
planning exhibits.
There will also be exhbitis in
housebuilding, architecture, cen census,
sus, census, animal husbandry, home eco economic:,
nomic:, economic:, and many other.
Saturdav. the social club tnto tnto-nos
nos tnto-nos del Atlantico" (Mermaids of

the Atlantic) will compete in a a-amtie
amtie a-amtie contests vs the Club A A-cuatico
cuatico A-cuatico Neptuno" (Neptune Aqua Aquatic
tic Aquatic Sunday a softball tournament

11 occur w th ail the various vil

lages of Gatun Lake Tartnaung.

At 9 p.m. Friday an me rema'

lishts will go out and the lagoon
will be floodlit. Then, fireworks
especially designed by under the
direction of Juan1 de Dio; Lopez,
will light tro the sky above it

"Spectacular win ne creaiea
and a which should make any am amateur
ateur amateur ohotograoher make it a
must to be there.
Summer On Soviet
A-iUini Plonet

iimcrnw nTPn The Soviet

Tass reported yes

tprriav it was summer on Mechta,

the Soviet artuiciai pianri.

Tass said the rocKet, laoincneu
on a flight which took it past the
moon, had reached the perihelion
f,o (-West nnint to the sun in

ic nrhit arntind 1he solar disk

Al be merihelion. Tass said

Mechta was 90.914.000 miles from
thi. sun and 372.600 miles from

earth. This was described as the

"warmest time" in the 15-month

vear on Mechta.

According to tass, the ocket
had traveled 18.630,000 miles since

it was launched Jan. 2.
The aeencv said that the tern

nerature would not go above the

freezing ooint 32 degrees Far

renheit. Later, as the rocket nears
the aphelioi:, or the oint farthest
from the sun, the temperature

will dOT "several tens of de

gvee8" below freejing.

PUBLISH U.S. BOOKS

LONDON (UPI) 'Moscow Ra

dio said this week that at least
600 American books have been

published in the Soviet Union since

world war 11, witn a total 01 w

millioncopiei printed.

L,.

i .m- ... .i

Mayor Edward F. Voorde de

clared a state of emergency, or

dered all big trucks to stay out 01

twon and forbade motorists to

nark their cars on the mam streets

of this industrial., city of 130,000.

Traffic piled up on the nignways

outside of South Bend as huge

trucks skidded and jackknifcd,

blocking the way.

All highways but U.S. 31 north

of the city were open last night.

but the roads were slick and, dan

gerous.

The South Bend storm was the
high point of a vast wintry on onslaught
slaught onslaught which froze the Midwest
in zero and sub-sere tempera tempera-fures,
fures, tempera-fures, chilled the Southland, and
piled up snows six inches deep
er more through Ohio,, western
Pennsylvania, southern Michi Michigan
gan Michigan and up-state New York.

In the West, Southern California

was setting heat records. The 81 81-degree
degree 81-degree high at Los Angeles made

it the city s hottest Jan. 16 on tne
books.

But in upper Michigan, it took

a huge dose of alcohol to keep life

in the body of William Korbi, 55,

He was found frozen stiff as a

board on Drummond Island in zero
temperatures. He lived and doctors

said tne only explanation was the

quantity of liquor he had- druuk
before he passed out'
Warnings of, heavy snow contin continuing
uing continuing were isssued for e wide area,

including South Bend, within 50 to

10 miles of Lake Michigan.

It was so cold at Columbus,
Ohiotwo degrees above xero
that the ropes and polity
froze on the state Capitol flag flagpoles
poles flagpoles and the American and state
flags couldn't be hoisted.

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GUSTAVO L. ROSANIA from the Municipal Department of En Engineers,
gineers, Engineers, Colon, explains the lay-out according to his drafted
diagram of what the area should look like, for the Escobal Fair,
when comDleted. The students are from the Abel Bravo Col

lege, who have taken a great interest in the Fair. All are from

Colon. From leit to rigm: Kosania, Marco narris, tucarao unar unar-rias
rias unar-rias and Franklin Waldron. (Photo: Peter Koconis)

A. D. P. Heeney

New Canadian

Envoy To U.S.

OTTAWA, Jan. 17 (UFi)

External Affairs Minister Sid

ney Smith today announced'the.
appointment of A.DP. Heeney,
formerlv chairman of the Civil

Service Commission, to be Ca

nadian Ambassador to tne
United States.
Heeney succetis Norman Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, who recently was brought
to Ottawa to be Under-Secretary
of State for Externa Affairs.

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NAMESAKE ChristenMg
ceremonies are performed by
Vince Hamlfn, creator of "Alley
Oop" comic strip, on the larg largest
est largest alligator at Sarasota (Fla.)
Jungle Gardens. The 'gator
name? Ooaa. naturally.

Financial Fights

Over Suez Solved

'A( .:':' '
CAIRO (UPI)-Britain and the

United Arab Republic solved their

financial fights ovar the Suez

yesterday and moved toward res restoring
toring restoring full diplomatic relations.

World Bsnk President Eugene

Black announced the agreement
had been reached and would be
signed formally within several
days.

It was a momentous personal

victory for the American. He had
spent two weeks in Cairo, and a
previous period in London, getting
Britain and the UAR to agree to

be fnends again.

Under the agreement Britain is

to release Egyptian funds in Brit

ish banks. In return, the UAR will

pay compensation for British bus business
iness business seized in Egypt.
3-Yr-Old Drunk Boy

Out Of Danger

LEWISBURG. Tenn. (UPIWA

doctor pronounced a 3-year old
child, found in a drunken stupor
Thursday, out of danger today at

a hospital here.
Dr. K. J. Phelps said Jimmv

Lee Davis "should be all right."
but recommended that "the child
be taken from his parents."

The boy's condition had been

listed as critical Thursday,
a victim of acute alcoholism,
The boy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Davis, are In jail here
charged with public drunkennes
and disorderly conduct. The
mother said Jimmy Lee drank
about a quart of whisky while
she her husband and her broth brother
er brother drank about two gallons of
"moonshine," starting Saturday
morning.
"Scott gave whisky to my
young 'un...I don't do it my myself.
self. myself. He gives ft to them and I
can't help it," she said.
Davis said he didn't "remem "remember
ber "remember a thing about it."
The couple and Mrs. Davis'
brother, Robert Shirley, were ar arrested
rested arrested Thursday by the estate
highway patrol and the child was
taken to the hospital.
Phelps said the boy could not
have lived much longer had he not
received medical aid.

Osweeo. N. V. buried under mar

athon snows last month, had a half

foot of snow and more coming-

Upstate New York s snows fol

lowed, fog so dense that planes
were grounded in near-zero visi

bility.

Cold wave warnings went np

across most of Dixie. Winds up to

59 mph swept Florida from Day-

tona Beach to Key West, rain fell
on the Hialeah Race Track open opening,
ing, opening, and snows ranging front an

inch to. ..balf foot covered north northern
ern northern Alabama, central Tennessee,

Virginia and west Virginia.

In Texas a cold snap endanger

ed 1000 acres of tomatoes in the

Lower Rio Grande Valley follow

ing a seven-inch snowstorm in the

Panhandle.

Temperatures lot to 15 below

zero in" northern Minnesota and

eastern North Dakota.
South Bend; a highly industrial

ized city near the southern tip of

Lake Michigan, was a sitting duck

for the developing snow storm.

The icy air picked up moiisture

in its race across the lake and

dumped it in the form of snow
on the southern and eastern shores
Among the plants which closed
down were the Big Studebaker Studebaker-Packard
Packard Studebaker-Packard and Bendix Corp. facto factories.
ries. factories. Thousands of factory workers,
department store clerks and of office
fice office employ were told to get
out and go home by mid-morning
lest they be stranded by the fast
rising drifts.
They were joined by homeward homeward-bound
bound homeward-bound children from all all the
schools in the city and the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding Hoosier rural area.
South Bend's storm barely miss

ed the rating of a full blown

blizzard. The temperature was

two above when the snows start started
ed started at 8 a.m., but rose to 15 by
noon. Weathermen said the cold

wasn't bitter enough nor tne winds
strong enough W rate a bliszard,
classification.

The storm was centered in Penn

sylvania by mid-afternoon.

Traffic slowed down in the

state's northwest and southwest a

reas and truck driver John King,

-13. died of an apparent heart at

tack trudging through deep snow
after his tractor-trailer jackknif-

ed.
Also in Pennsylvania, telephone
uprvice was disrupted when ice

piled up on the Youghiogheny Riv River
er River bank and knocked down utility
poles. An ice jam on Stony Creek

cut oti 3uU'teet 01 nignway ai ic

villa ee of Blough.

In P ttsbureh. police trailed tne

footprints of Carl Kuni, 37, through
the snow and .arrested him on

charges of turning in a false fire

alarm.

LONDON. Jan. 17 -p. (UPI)

Britain's worst winter since 1856
claimed two Royal "victims"
when Qvfectn Elizabeth and
Prince Charles were forced to
tramp a quarter of a mile In
deep snow after their station

wagon got stuck in a drift, Pal Palace
ace Palace officials "revealed today.

They said .the Queen was
driving-her son around the
Royal S&ndringham es t t e
northeast of here Thursday
when she turned off 6n a side
road and traveled -about 20
yards before sliding Into a
two-foot drift.

Bill To Rid

Of RSteer

Concerns)

COVERING UP -In contrast
to the Bikini, this swimsuit
does good job of covering
the subject in this case, Sara
Brockett, who is sampling the
surf at Miami Beach Fla.

PUBLISH AMERICAN BOOKS
LONDON (UPI) Moscow ra

dio said Sunday night at least 600

American books have been pun.

hshed in the Soviet Union since

World War H, with 1 total of 50

million copies1 printed.

CHARLOTTE, N..,C. (UPI). --Passage
Passage --Passage of &Wi l rid jorgamied
labor of fts racketeering elements
has become a -primary" concern

of the 86th Congress, sen. jonn

F, Kennedy (DMass.) saw nere

Thursday. ; ;.
vanned v mpmhw. oiL the. Sen-.

ate Rackets Committee and 'coa-J

sidered a op candidate lor tne
presidential nomination in I960,
outlined prospective cleanup legis legislation
lation legislation in a speech at the annual
Chamber of Commerce dinner.
"There will be extremists n
both sides who will continue to
oppose any labor bill which has a
chance of passage," the. law lawmaker
maker lawmaker said. "However, I am con confident
fident confident it will pass the Congress in

the same spirit that the last dui

fthe Kennedv-Ives Dill 01 1958)

nassed the Senate by a vote of

The bill trv Kennedy and 'Sen,

Irving tm ( N..? ) west to the

House after its passage oy tne

Senate and was killed through a

series of parliamentary man

euvers.

It is essential that we concen

trate now on the worst abuses

disclosed by the McClellan com

mittee on a bill which contains

the essential remedies needed to

curb the most corrupt and flag

rantly undemocratic practies now

plaguing the American labor

movement," Kennedy said.

We must have a strict account

ing and reporting of union funds,'.'
he added. "We must establish

minimum .. standards- of union

democracy. 1 We iPeed ...a bar on
convicted felons serving as urifon
officers. We must carefully limit

t and supervise union trustee
ships:"-w .-..'..sk.. tv ...

Unable W1reifth.ar.- tW?

walked -tci tjie, msii buildmi
the ('Boya-residenc Bandringi' 1
hnt Housej-lor jiej.''
A chauffered car picked ttiiSS s
up while 'other estate haffltf i
PuJJed out the station wagon w ;

a am waa me second tune 30. 1
a week that the ia.vMiwM wS2

to the throne lias been incsttU

vceacea-0y tneweather. fn

He was forced to spend lat
weekend in pub with Hfti
tether, Prince Philip, whenm-
flooded lake inundated an
land where they , planned to i
JSHi'v5 'cy roads preventett: i
from "turning home.-K
fJn:.tefcaIt- the T
lects or the severe winter W11

ffi'W the couiii
trys ;8pOTt fang and, gamblewr
f chedlS
ed natlftfflal soccer games weri
jailed off becaial "of fro
fields tan4,Britaln.'s bookmakwt
were worried that wv.w

Pwon-ould be called off. ThtS i
WouldMean aTJossf iShSSSl

puu xntrnoOknialcers arM i
a nearly, r .808.00Dftar

the government: I
Threerse races were haltel J
because the frozen' turf was ttffl t
hard for the horses. T

; OWthe Uattonal-. Tce Skatfltft 1
Association, which 1s ivmetanfK

being handicapped by rjtain I

uauaiiy imm wmters. nappiW

scneduled its national champion
ships for the weekend,

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Weather Or Notj
This weather rennrt fnr fw

hours ending g a. m. today to

preparea fty the Meteorological
and Hydrographle Branch of the

ruaui vanai company:

i'V Millie

TIMPEEATTJRE:

Bign ........ 93 g
Iaw ,... 73 7

humidittj ,.

High 90
Low 48

WIND:
(max. mph) 'UW-lf

RAIN (Inches)

WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 78

. 88

M

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake.. .......... 85.53
Madden Pam -u,,... 249.0f
: BALBOA TIDES

SUKDAT, JAN.

Fire:

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quiet is that you cant be quoted

At Rodman Station

The .Navy announced, a, vacancy
this week in the position of fire
prevention inspector at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station.
The position calls for two and
a half years of general experience
in fire fighting or fire prevention,
and at least a half year's experi experience
ence experience in a specialized field.
Applications fof the position
should be made in writing to the
Security Officer, Building 51, Rod:
man Naval Station.

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